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WASHINGTON, January 21.-In thc House,
Hr. Maynard, of Tenu., introduced a bill
providing for thc publication of thc laws
and judicial proceedings in tho States
lately in rebellion; referred to Judiciary
Mr. baker, of Illinois, introduced a Joint
r?solution, declaring tho rebel State's go?
vernments invalid until Congressionally
recognized; referred to Judiciary Commit?
Mr. Bro wu well introduced a joint reso?
lution, declaring thc rebe} states disquali?
fied from voting, pending future constitu?
tional amendments, until formally
Thc bill regelating th" Supreme Court,
requiring a full hoard and unanimous de?
cisions on the questions involving State,
national and constitutional questions, was
referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Tho Ways and Menu* Committee re?
ported a gold bill, requiring four days ad?
Thc Committee ou Elections were in?
structed to inquire into the Maryland
election.", and report whether the laws dis?
franchising relxd property were enforced.
In thu Sonate, the House hill for a Na?
tional Soldiers' and Sailors' Home-, and a
joint resolution transferring tho oublie
land at Point Lookout for a disabled vol?
unteers asylum, both passed.
The Indian Committee were instructed
to investigate the recent massacres, and
rejKirt measures to protect the Western
Mr. Drown introduced a bili granting
land for a railroad and telegraph line from
Arkausas to the pacific.
Thc tariff bill was dis.aisled until ad?
The President, in response to a call from
the House, submitted a mass of papers
relative to G. St. Leger (in niel, collected
by the military commission at Cincinnati,
in 18G5, of conspiracy tor thc rolea.se ol
prisoners at Camps Douglas and Chase,
and who was sentenced to death. Th?
documents show that the President ap?
proved the finding, but, infiueircedby the
recommendations of the court and the
successful progress of the war. commut?e
thc sentence to imprisonment for life al
thc Dry Tortugas. '
WASHINGTON, January -ja. Thc Commit?
tee of Investigation of the S >nth Carolins
murders hus summoned Generals Sheridai
and Thomas and thc Secretary of Wer ant'
Accounts from nearly every part of tin
North indicate very severe weather nm
heavy snow-storms. The ice extonds*fron
Cape Henry t> Hampton Loads. Oscar W
"Willis, a telegraph operat or, was frozen U
death while attempting to reach his home
in Hoboken. The snow on the Plains h
deeper than for many years. Drifts an
twenty feet deep on the'??lue Liver.
Nine men were murdered in Souther!
Utah, on thc 8th, hy the Indians.
PHTXA.DEl.PnrA, January 20.-The coloree
deputies to tho Massachusetts Legi >latun
earnestly express thc hope of preservatioi
arid future harmony ami union, and urg<
thc President to como to terms with Con
WASHINGTON, January 21.-Tho Secre
tary of the Treasury and of tho Revenu
wore before the Committee of Ways am
Means, on Saturday, on the gold bill. I
stated that Mcculloch urged a public sal
of gold at such times as seems discretion
ary with thc Secretary of the Treasury. I
is doubted in shrewd'Circles whether th
;ariff. tax and bank hills will pass this sos
General Logan, who is just from IHinoii
says the people generally favor impeacl
The Commissioner ?d' Agriculture has
letter from San Antonio, Texas, statin
that they had a terrible snow there, an
thc weather was so severe that numbei
of sheep in the neighborhood perishe
from thc cold.
Sixteen States have adopted the const
Internal revenue receipts, to-dav, near
The New York IlernltVi* Panania corre
pondent says that United States Minist'
Burton had a serious difficulty with Pr
eident Mosquera, and demanded his pas
ports. Burton broke ciff all communicatix
with the Columbian officiais. The yellc
fever had broken out, but was not e?
LEXINGTON, Mo., January 21.-Tho e
ch?ment hero has revived hy the arrival
troops. The bushwhackers have disa
neared. Business is entirely suspended
Lexington, owing to the presence of t
troops, who exercised terrorism over t
Nr.w YOKE, Jarmary lil --The hcavic
snow we have had for two years is now i
tho ground. Tho Ohio ts closed at Whoi
ing- the first time hi ten years. The Cai
den and Amboy Railroad has been clean
4,000 persons were detained since Thin
day. Despatches from Springfield, Il
say the snow is two feet deep. All tbs ta
roads are blocked.
Nathaniel Parker Willis, thc poet, di
to-day, aged sixty.
The bondon Tim-:::, of the 9th, says it
now left for tho Government of the Unit
States to say whether they will acre;)! ar
tration or not. The great question is t
Alabama depredations. Ii thinks the 1
officers of tho two countries could, in
few hours, frame a perfectly satisfactc
ATHENS, January 10.- Advices recciv
from the Island of Candia state that t
Cretans had fought another battle,
which they claim a victory over 5,1
Turks. The Cretan Assembly has ?sst;
a call to all the powers of Europe to se
agents to Candia, to witness anil reportt
condition of thc country.
VIENNA, January ly*- The Torte 1
agreed to evacuate the fons held by i
Turkish troops in the Principality
LONDON, January ID.-Forty-six perse
arc reported lost* hy thc breaking of t
ice in Regent's Park. Others known to
on tiie lake at the time are still missing
LIVERPOOL,January 10.-Thc unusna
intense cold of the season has so agg
vated tho distress of the poor in this ci
that it resulted to-day in a bread riot
the Streets;but thc disturbance was nol
a serious character.
Garibaldi, at tho request of an Amerit
friend, has written a letter, giving his o
nion of affairs in the United States.
LAIUS, Sunday. January 20. -Thc Em
ror Napoleon has v med an important .
< :\ e. It orders that the address of
Chamb< rs, in reply to the speech from
Throne, shall be disconti . d. and gra
to thc legislative body thc right o? qr
tioning thc Government. It proposes t
offences id' the press he tried in the c
vicfional courts; that the stamp duties
reduced, and that the right of thc peo
to meet in public bc limited only by th
regulations necessary for the public saf<
The decree concludes by declaring t
those ref >i :;is will not crown tho edifice
a State founded upon thc national v
The members of the Cabinet have tende
tin ir resignations to thc Emperor.
TniESTr, January 20.- -Reporta fr< m
ramar state that thc Empress Carlotta has
quito recovered from her severe dines-.
VIENNA, January 20.-The patent for the
re-organization of the Austrian armies will
not be carried out.
THE HERALD'S OPINION.-The New
York Herald, of .Thursday, saj-s:
The European papers seem to be
altogether iu the dark upon the ques?
tion of President Johnson's impeach?
ment. The London Times, in parti?
cular, affects to be grievously dis?
tressed lest the impeachment should
demolish the Constitution and Go?
vernment of the United States. Some
newspapers at home, who ought to
take a more intelligent view of the
subject, talk pretty much in the same
absurd way. Now, the fact of the
matter is, that there will be very little
trouble about it, and it will not turn
the country from tho even tenor of
its way. The President, wc may
assume, will be impeached and re?
moved; General Grant and Admiral
Farragut will probably bo elected,
after a short lapse of time, to thc
offices <>f President and vice-Presi?
dent; Mr. Johnson will soou be for?
gotten, and the affairs of the country
will go on in their accustomed chan?
nels, prospering and to prosper.
The English press foresaw in the
J?te rebellion the downfall of our Go?
vernment and institutions, because,
perhaps, the wish was father to the
thought; and they were greatly as?
tonished to lind that wo put down
the rebellion and preserved the Go?
vernment. Put they v? ill be more
astonished at the result of this im?
peachment business; for it will not
in the least affect or imperil our in?
stitutions. It is a curious and entirely
novel episode in our history, it is true,
though not without precedent in
France and England; butit will come,
go and be forgotten without impeding
the prosperity of thc Country.
COLLATERAL BRANCH.-At last ad?
vices the negro convention, recently
assembled at Washington, had not
been dissolved into its original ele?
ments. It is now said that its ses?
sions will be prolonged, at thc request
of the radical leaders, until after the
impeachment trial, as thc presence
of such a body, while that interesting
drama is being gone through with,
will, it is thought, strengthen the
spinal column of the party, and give
great moral weight to the movement.
Indeed, it has been whispered in con?
fidential circles that Mr. Stevens,
who was recently a candidate for
United States Senator from the great
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, has
in serious contemplation the intro?
duction into the House, at an early
day, of a measure recognizing the
colored convention as a collateral
branch of thc legislative department
of the National Government, and pro?
viding that its existence shall bc co?
equal with that of the Fortieth Con?
gress, which will meet on the 1th ol
March ensuing, and sit, sans inter?
mission, for tlie period of two years.
This, however, may be a "bioodv
copperhead lie," and we tell it simp]}
as 'twas told to us.
PENNSYLVANIA NOT A REPUBLIC. -
Mr. Thad. Stevens, in a speech in tin
House, this week, made an appeal ii
behalf of the State of Pennsylvania
whose Legislature did not elect hin
Senator. Mr. Stevens said: "I deni
that the State of Pennsylvania ii
a iepnblic. * Iwisl
this Congress would take it in bane
and make it a republic." Heretofon
we would have been prepared to bea:
that Mr. Stevens considered Pennsyl
vania the greatest republic on earth
and he cert.duly declared, before tin
late Sonatorialolection,- that its Legis
lature was composed of "pure men.'
Why, then, is an appeal to Congres
necessary to take thc State in hand
It looks as if Mr. Stevens was in tin
same category of politicians of a likt
school with himself in this State
who never discovered any absence o
the republican element in tho Stat
Government until they were out o
office. There is as much sense ii
calling on Congress in the one eas
as the other, and equal probability o
that body attempting sr> high-hande<
and revolutionary a measure with th
one State as the other.
NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATIC CON?
VENTION.-The Democratic Stat
Convention met in Concord, N. li.
on tho 16th. About 500 delegate
were present. Hon. John G. Sin
clair was renominated for Governo
by acclamation. A series of r?solu
tions were adopted. The first ap
proves of holding a National Unio:
Convention in New York city; th
second says that the New Iiampshir
Democrats adhere to their past priu
ciples, and insist that thc powers c
the Federal Government are limite
by the Constitution, and that al
other pow< rs aro reserved for th
States; the third holds that the righ
of extending suffrage belongs to th
States alone; tlie fourth declares tba
all thc States hove the right of reprc
sensation in Congress; the* fifth say
that the United States Suprem
Court has manifested, by its dcci
siens, a respect for the only authority
that has legitimate powers; the sixti
tenders thanks to President Johnso:
for his support ol' constitutions
The Mobile reporters have a quie
way of recording tilings. Ono c
them opened a local paragraph las.
week as follows: "Night before las!
Mr. Harrington shot at Mr. Wood
son and killed Air. Farragut. Sue
accidents as this are not uncommon.
MISERY IN NORTH CAROLINA.-Thc
following lotter, from Raleigh, is con?
firmed by other sources of informa?
Those who were once rieh are re?
duced to tho hist extremity of en?
durance. Large-numbers are depend?
ent for the necessaries of life upon
tho Young Men's Christian Associa?
tion, and the funds of that organiza?
tion giving out a few days ago, tlu>so
dependent upon it were without food
for two days. Others have burned
their furniture to keep wann, and.
night before last, a woman and her
infant were frozen to death. People
here have now no thought of any?
thing but how to live. Nine-tenths
have no interest in what Congress
does. But if Congress knew oar real
state, they would attend less to
schemes for settling our political sta?
tus, and try honestly to give us a
chanco to keep ourselves alive and
get on our feet again.
THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU IN MARY?
LAND.-The report of Brevet Major
Greneral Gregory, Assistant Commis?
sioner for tho Freedmen's Bureau for
the Slate of Maryland, for the quar?
ter ending December 31, 18GG, has
been received by Gen. Howard. Tho
report states that the condition of the
colored people in the State is gene?
rally satisfactory, although difficulties
arc still met with in securing justice
for the freedmen through the civil
courts, owing to tho exclusion by
magistrates of the testimony of co?
lored people. During the quarter,
no abandoned property had been in
possession of the Bureau, nor have
any rations been issued to the freed?
men. There has been a decided im?
provement in thc interest taken in
the education of the colored people,
and the schools are in good condi?
- -? .
Mu. DAVIS" CASK-SOM:: MOVE?
MENT .?.<? FOOT.-The Washington
letter of the Baltimore Gazelle says:
('harks O'Conor and J. G. Shea,
Esqs., counsel for Jefferson Davis,
are in the city. Mr. Horace Greeley
is also here. It is further known that
Mr. Greeley had au interview with
the President yesterday, and had in?
terviews with Mr. Davis'counsel this
morning. From these facts, thequici
nunc? have conjectured that the State
prisoner at Fortress Monroe is about
either to be released on parole or bail,
or that his ease is on the eve of being
disposed of in some way; audit must
be confessed that the facts warrant ?1
fair inferer.ee that this long delayed
act of sheer* justice is at last about to
Tin; market for tobacco has been
very much depressed ever since thc
suspension of sales just prior to
Christmas. There aro many reasons
which have produced this result. In
the first place, the stoppage of tho
factories has lessened the demand for
consumption in manufacturing, and
then tho extreme stringency in the
money market has checked specula?
tion. To these causes may be added
thc uncertainty attending the action
of Congress in relation to the tax; all
parties seem to be standing 'still,
waiting' for some indication as to the
course the market will take, aud in
the meantime thc farmer has to go
without the money which he hoped
to realize from thc sale of his crop,
or sell at a sacrifice.
A CHANCE FOR A CONGRESSIONAL
TRAVELING COMMITTEE.-James F.
Campbell-whoever that may be
writes to the New York Times that he
was in Calcutta in July, 1S06, and
saw a bet made, and tho money put
up, for live hundred pounds sterling
a side, that J. Wilkas Booth was
alive, and would bc so proved in six
months; and that the person who
maintained thc affirmative was Lieut.
William Marlin Tolbert, of thc Con?
federate war steamer Shenandoah.
Would it not be well to send a com?
mittee of Congress out there to in?
quire into the matter?
Tin: disbursements of the Govern?
ment on account of the several
named departments, during the wei l:
ending the 17th, were as follows: War
Department, $2,920,060: Navy, $3-14,
523;Intcrior, $155,843; total, $3,426,
.112. Receipts from the customs at
bi low named ports during the inter?
vals given, tho returns of which have
just been received, are as follows:
New York, from January 1 to 5, 81,
353,000; Boston, from January 1 to
5, $17.5,706; Philadelphia, from Ja?
nuary 1 to 5, $7,261; Baltimore, from
January 1 to 5, $18,338; New Orleans,
from December 22 to 31, $0,970; San
Francisco, from December t? to 14,
BACK AGAIN.-A citizen informs us
that a colored woman, who was kid?
napped near this place and carried
oil' to Georgia fifteen years ago,
reached Haleigh yesterday. It ap?
pears that she was sold into slavery
and continued in that condition until
the close of tho war. Since that
event, she has been engaged in ser?
vice, saving her earnings until they
amounted to a sum sufficient to pay
her expenses to this city and leave
her something in hand. Of course
her old acquaintance received tho un?
willing wanderer with many manifes?
tations <>i* pleasure, and she is the
centre of attraction to people of her
own color. - Raleigh Progress.
Four tons of idaho silver ore are
on exhibition in ono room in New
York. One of tho nuggets weighed
300 pounds, and is worth $3,000.
GOOD INCOME FOR A DULL YEAR.
Government has derived over $175,
000,000 from Internal Revenue in the
six mouths and a half which have
elapsed since the commencement of
the current fiscal year, .Tidy 1, 18GG.
This gives an average week revenue
from excises alone of nearly $6,300,
000, or.equal to a yearly aggregate of
about $328,000,000, against the esti?
mate of $285,000,000 for tho whole
year, made by Commissioner Rollins
in his last annual report. It will bc
remembered that the official returns
of the aggregate receipts from ex?
cises for each of the last three fiscal
years were as follows: 1864, $117,
145,748.52; 1805, $211,129,529.17;
[Neto York Tims.
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The Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist,
of the 18th inst., advocates tho for?
mation of a land company, for thc
purpose of furnishing means to the
planters of Georgia, and for inducing
laborers and farmers from Europe to
remove to central Georgia. It fears
that, in consequence of thc large
migration of blacks from that portion
of thc State, that much of it will be?
come a temporary wilderness, unless
sumo effective means are immediately
used to draw a large amount, of white
labor in that direction.
mond made his first speech this ses?
sion in the House of Representatives
on Tuesday last, on thc bill for thc
admission of Nebraska as a Stute in
tho Union. He declared himself in
favor of I?outwell's amendment,
which was adopted, and of all the
principles embodied in the measure,
and announced his intention of vot?
in;.' against the bill.
[Xor York Herald.
The average value of the.11,220
Baptist Churches in the United
States in 1S60 was 1,700; of the 19,
883 Methodist Churches, $2,000; of
of the 5,001 Presbyterian Churches. I
$5,000; of the 2,331 Congregational
Churches, $0,000; of 2,250 Romish
Churches, of the 2,1 15 Episcopal
Churches, and of the Dutch Reform?
ed Churches, $10,000; of the Uni?
tarian Churches, $17,000, and of tho
Mormon Church.es, $13,000.
The Washington correspondent of
the St. Louis Wemocral says, in his
despatch of the 12th instant: '"The
President, a few days since, expressed
himself as follows regarding impeach?
ment: that charges could not bc j
found against him without perjury;
that if impeached he would sec what
moans bc had of resistance; and if ho
should be finally washed overboard,
ho would not be the first good man
who had met with such a fate. "
The Emperor and Empress, says a
Paris letter.- drove out on Christmas
afternoon, in an open carriage and
four. His Majesty was looking as ?
well as lever saw him, and tho Em- ?
press did not look so terribly disap?
pointed about Roam. She appeared
in thc best possible humor, and re?
turned the salutation of the crowds
which thronged the streets as she
alone knows how.
NEW YORK LABOR CONVENTION-It
is announced that the New York
State Association of Workingmen
will convene in Albany on the 5th of
next month. The object of tho
meeting is to urge upon the Legisla?
ture tho propriety of legalizing the
eight hour system of labor, revising
the convict and apprenticeship laws,
GEN. SICKLES' TESTIMONY.-A spe?
cial despatch to tho New York Even?
ing Post says that Gen. Sickles' testi?
mony before the-Congressional Com?
mittee, in relation to the affairs in
South Carolina, is very strong. He
declared that many Districts in
South Carolina required constant
military control, to secure to thc
freedmen any of their rights.
PROPOSITION FOB RELIEF.- A gen?
tleman in Orange County, Ya., who
holds $50,000 in State 'bonds, pro
poposes to surrender half of them to
the State, if the Legislature willagree
to pay him the interest on the re?
mainder. He advises other holders of
bonds to make a similiar proposition.
The United States Surveyor in
Louisiana pronounces the Mississip?
pi levees utterly insufficient to with?
stand a flood, and with the next rise
of tho river the best lands in the
State will be overflowed, unless
further precautions aro laken.
LAUGE RECOVERY.-It is stated that
the owners of a line of steamers ply?
ing between Boston and Bangor have
recovered $1,200,000 of the Govern?
ment, for steamboats lost while under
Government charter during the late
Tm: QUESTION IN A NUT-SHELL.
The Baltimore Gazelle says: '-While
the names of Virginia and PoTaud
live, American Presidents ami Rus?
sian Czars must hold each other in
A New Orleans paper, commenting
upon the "seeming indifference" of
the South, says: "if political quos
tions arc discussed at all in the South,
they are. discussed, not in a partisan,
but in a judicial spirit."
One of our exchanges thinks Mexi?
co will he better off if Napoleon and
Seward were both in Paradise. To
this another replies: "Y s, but how
would the citizens of Paradise like
A movement for a monument to
Lien. J. E. H. Stuart is on*foot in
Richmond, inaugurated by tho caval?
ry corns ol the army of Northern
The trustees of the town of Sulli?
van, In il., have raised the liquor li?
cense to $500. This was done in re?
sponse to a petition numerously
signed hythe proiuiuent citizens of
The tobacco crop of thc Connecti?
cut valley is now in process of strip?
ping. Upon sampling, it is found to
be not good in color, often full of
"white veins,"' and too tender. Not
much of it has been sold.
Tho following gentlemen were
elected, OP. tho l-tth inst., to serve as
Intendant and Wardens of the town
of Chester for the ensuing year: lu
tendemt-J. Ll. Allen. Wardens-W.
T. Robison, J. W. Walker.
There is a contemplated new move?
ment in Mexican affairs. Nothing is
kuown of tho statement in official
circles in Washington, though Gen.
Sherman's arrival in Mexico is stated
to be very probable.
Mazzini has issued a proclamation
I to tho Roman Republicans, advising
I them against joining the Italian
Kingdom, but to strike fora republic
I on their own account.
J Alice Lane, the woman who shot a
colored domestic, named Parish, a
short time since, at her house in
Boston, was. on Fridav, held to bail
in tho sum of $10,000."
Egypt has this year produced a
cotton crop estimated at $100,000,
Mr. C. F. Mathieson, an aged citi?
zen of Charleston, died on Sundav
The Sandwich Islanders aro dying
in the streets of influenza.
COMMERCIAL. AMD FINANCIAL.
LIVERPOOL, January 19-Evening. Cot?
ton dull, with sales of 5,000 balen. The
market closed at.1 I'd. per pound. Bread
stuffs market active and buoyant. Corn
advanced, and sold at lo.-;. Od. per quarter.
NEW ORLEANS, January 20.-Cotton un?
changed-low middling 32; middling 33.
Sugar in good demand-fair ll; fully fair
Twenty-one vessels, with 60,000 hales
of cotton, arc detain? d at the bar, fer want
NEW YORK, January 21- Noon.-Flour
quiet and steady. Wheat quiet and un?
changed. Corn bette"1. Pork steady-old
$email@example.com. Lard quiet-barrels 12^.13*.
Dressed hogs firm, at SA@8J for Western,
and 94?9A for city. Cotton quiet, at 35 for
middling "uplands. Exchange 9.1; sight
10}. Gold36J. Money 7per cent.
7 T. M.-Gold quite steady and uniform,
at 3Gj. Cotton dull and nominally Ac.
lower, with sale:; of 1,000 bales, at 34A.
1 Flour shade- firmer, prices without change.
i Corn lc. better, with sales of 72,000 bush?
BALTIMORE, January 21.-Cotton scarce
and ti rm -middling :iU. Wheat scarce ami
dull. Corn in light demand-white $1.02?
1.05; mixed 93?S1. Oats 57?00. Flour
unchanged. Coffee steady.
MOBILE, January 21.-Sales of cotton,
to-day, 500 bales, market closing quiet and
LOUISVILLE, January 21. -Bacon shoul?
ders HA; clear sides 13A. Hams 1(5. Lard
12}. Corn dull, at CO." Oats 05. Cotton
dull. Navigation of tho rivers and rail?
roads generally obstructed.
Columbia Wholesale I'rlces Carrent.
BY F isl [KU ct LOWRANCE.
APPLES Per bushel. $1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 3-1
Dundee '* . 33 "
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr ib.. 20
BACON -Hams, per lb.
Sides " .
Shoulders, li .
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " . 35
BRICKS Per l.oo'o. 7 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch.
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling, " . 32
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, ". 30
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.2S@30
Laguayra, " . 40
Java. " . 50
CHEESE -English Dairy, per lb... 25
Skimmed, li ... 20
CORN -Per bushel. 1 60@1 70
FLOUR -Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Family. 18 00
HAY- -Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES -1 >rv, por lb . 15
Green, " . 8
LARD-Per lb. 13
LUMBER -Boards, per 100 ft. i 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
MOLASSES Cuba, per gallen. 7u
New Orleans, " . 1 25
Sugar House.li . 1 25
NAILS-Per keg. 8 00
ONIONS -Per bushel. 1 00
OIL -Koros* ne. per -allon.90@1 00
Terebcne, " .
Sperm. ^ . 2 25
PEAS-Per bushel. 1 75
POTATOES Irish, per bushel. 2 Zo
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per bushel.
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold. 1 35
Silver. 1 30
SALT -Liverpool, per sack. 3 50
? Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Per bar. 15^20
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 19
Powdered. " . 20
Brown. ' " .12A@18
SPIRITS Alcohol, per gallon. "6 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 9 oO
Domestic " '? _ 3 00
Holland Gin, " .... 8 00
American " " . . -1 00
Jamaica bum, " ? ? 0 00
N. E. - " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . .. 3 00
Monongahela " . ? ? 5 ?0
Rectified " .....8 00.
STARCH -Per ll-. h"?
TEA-Green, per lb.1 -W@2 25
Black .1 50?2 00
TOBACCO -Chewing, per lb.30? 100
Smoking, ".50 @ 75
VINEGAR - Wine, per gallon ..." 75
Cider, .. . 7n
French, ,; . 1 50
WINE- Champagne, nor baskct.25?35 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherrv, .. . 5 00
Madeira. " . 5 00
MEATS -Pork, perle. 15
Mutt, ii, ** . 12A
POULTRY Turkeys, per pair. 3 00
Ducks, " . 1 00
Chickens, " .... 75
Geese. " . 1 25
The talk about locating tho Nor/
York post office at tho lower end of
thc City Hall Park has already caused
arise in rents-in that vicinity.
English detectives think they seo
a Fenian trick in thc ocean yacht
Tho oil springs of West Virginia
are boiling over at thc low rate of
seven cents per gallon for crude oil.
The New York Assemblymen have
voted themselves dead-heads on rail?
Prairie chickens have been selling
at five cents apiece at Springfield,
A basement office, near the Astor
House, New York, rems for $10,000
Six Chicago editors and reporters
were before the Police Court in thc
space of three months.
Population of Vicksburg- on the
1st of May last, 3.007; of Natchez,
8,481; of Jackson, 3,180.
Those who go for the Constitu?
tion's amendment had better go for
The Baptiste arc very generally
moving for open eommuuicu. The
The Turkish Minister in Paris has
lost 1,000,000 francs gambling.
Oncoudo Springs gave 7,093,210
bushels of salt last year.
Star-shaped snow-flakes fell in
Nashville the other day.
The sluggard's guise-last to go to
bed and last to rise.
We like hams, but we arc not par?
ticularly partial to the sons of Ham.
10,000 people live under the lave?
ments in New York.
?.OUT Ol' CHARLESTON, JAN. 21.
Steamship Flambeau, New York.
Steamship Sea (lull, baltimore.
Sehr. Closes ratten, New York,
brig Anna D. Torrey, Haskell, ?oe^on.
WENT TO SKA* YESTERDAY.
Steamship Granada West, New York,
sbi]) Amelia. Conner, Liverpool.
Sehr. E. Waterman, Edgell, Baltimore:
By LEVIN & MIKE LL.
We will sell at auction THIS DAY, at 10J
o'clock, at the residence on Pickens, East
end of I.ad\- street, the f. bowing arti?
cles, belonging to a family giving up
Centre Tables-marble tops,
('hairs -Mahogany and Cano Seats,
Divans, Lounges, Arm Chairs,
Hocking Chairs. Mahogany Bedsteads,
Vi ash-Stands, Mattresses,
Cooking-Stoves- in excellent order,
Crockery, Plate-Warm ore,
Pender. Shovels and Tongs,
Pine English Engravings and Paintings,
Liverpool Salt and Corned Beef,
The new Stables on the same lot.
Articles received up to hour of sale.
_ Terms cash. Jan 22 1
BY CONSENT of heirs, we will sell, at
PUBLIC AUCTION, the following
property of the Estate of John Bates, de?
ceased,"on TUESDAY, the 29th instant, at
ll o'clock a. m.: At tho Pea Ridge Planta?
tion, all thc Household an'1. Kitchen Pur?
ni! ure, a large lot of Hogs, Cattle, Sheep,
and :t tine Buggy and Harness.
And, on tho day following, at tbo White
cotton Plantation, a large lot of Hogs and
Cattle, and a large quantity of fine Potatoes.
TERMS or SALE..- All sums under $100,
cash; for tums above $100, notes, with ap?
proved security, at twelve months from
date, with interest annually.
JOHN S, BATES,
Jan 15 12 Executors.
COLUMBIA, January 21, 1867.
\ LARGE supply cd'Internal Revenue
C\. Stamps, ot all denominations, rc
ceived to-day. All demands can now be
supplied. Parties in the country can havo
orders filled by return mail at their risk.
Office over E. A: G. 1>. Hope's store.
Jen 22 1 A. s. WALLACE, Collector.
ri'His BANI? i f MINSTRELS will give an
.A. ENTERTAINMENT, THIS (Tuesday)
EVENING, in the above Hulk Thc first
part \siil consist of sentimental songs and
choice musical selections -white faces. Tho
second and third parts as blacks.
?;?- Admission Hf ty cents. . Jan 22
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT is pnr] osed n> publish in the town of
Aiken, S. C., a weekly paper under the
above title; tobo devoted to General In?
telligence Political, Commercial, Social,
Literary and Religious-with a Department
of Agriculture, including tba Field, tbo
Orchard, the Vineyard and tin- Carden. A
News Summary, to contain a digest of tho
important events of the week, will occupy
a portion of the paper, and particular
attention will bo given to the unsettled
question of labor, as best adapted to our
new condition, and tho development of thc
resources of thc country in Manufactures,
Agriculture, Fruit-raisi?g and Vine-grow?
ing. Tonna f :l a year, in advance.
II. W. KAVENEL, Editor.
W. i>. KIRKLAND, Publisher.
The Celebrated Palmetto Hair Re?
\TTHICn ha been fully tested ann u:i.
\Y vernally proved to bc tho one genu?
ine, reliable and never-failing preparation
for improving, beautifying and restoring
the hair, should bc found in every South?
ern home and on the table of every lady.
By its use. dry, harsh and wiry hair is
cht.ngcd intoamooth, glossy, silken tresses.
Every one who has used the Renewer
speaks of its merits in the highest'forms.
ito- Ask your druggist for the PALMETTO
HAIR RENEWER, and take no other. Per
HARRAL, RISLEY. & TOMPKINS,
Wholesale tlrnggists, sole agents,
Jan 23 ly 141 Chambers st., N. Y.