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WASHINGTON, February 3.-Thc Reoon
struotion Committoo had a discordant ses?
sion. It meets again on Wednosday. Higli
Democratic authority deprecates a na?
tional convention, on the ground that the
extremists will boouer fall to pieces if left
General Sherman forbids Indian agents
selling ammunition to the Indians, whom
he represents as restless, lt is supposed
they meditate a general war in the spring.
Both Grant and Sherman regard the trade,
tinder the circumstances, infamous.
The Mexican Consul at San Francisco
egraphstbat the reported execution of
:man, the American Consul at Mazat
? , ?9 false.
Strong salt water has been reached
within the city limits of Lawrence, Kansas,
at the depth of twenty-five feet. All the
ground in the neighborhood has been
A letter from ?'hil. Kearney represents
the Indiana very hostile.
FRANKFORT, Ivy., February fl. -The House
referred to the Committee on Federal Re?
lations sundry resolutions Ce?* the Presi- j
dent be requested to issue a general am?
nesty; and, if that is considered inexpe?
dient, to pardon John C. Breckrnridge. j
WASHINGTON, February 4. -The gossip of
the special correspondent of tho Tiy/ies j
says it is understood that a majority of tho
Reconstruction Committee bas agreed j
upon a plan which, if Congress adopts it,
will speedily eettle the question. Leading
prominent men now in the city have given
the assurance that their constituents will
snbmit to its requirements.
Secretary MeCulluch has been compelled i
to abandon his monthly contraction of I
$4,000,000, owing to the heavy demand on |
It is rumored that Sherman will go to the
plains to conduit the impending Indian ?
The Herald's correspondent says it is ;
definitely settled that the impeachment j
will be pressed in the House, but thc Se- j
nate will postpone it till next session.
Jamos F. Otis, the well known journalist, ?
died in Boston.
Butler, it is said, has expressed himself ?
to thc effect that impeachment is good in |
election, but bad in Congress. He depre- |
cates pushing it.
The Treasury disbursements during tho
month for tho war, navy and interior,
amounts to $13,0fMr~,ni)0.
The Grand Jury has regularly indicted
John H. Surratt for murder.
Gen. Howard has issued a circular, stat?
ing that transportation can only be given
to relieve the Government from support?
ing the indigent, and to enable those in
extreme want to reach places of employ?
ment. Hereafter no orders for transpor?
tation will issue except from his office, aud
applications must clearly set forth the cir?
cumstances, certified by As.-'-tant Com?
missioners in person.
The Washington Stnr says that Gov.
Orr, of South Carolina, Sharkey, of Mis?
sissippi, and others, have gone home,'to
carry ont the plan agreed upon. It re?
quires $250 and ability to read as qualifica?
tions for suffrage. The Star adda that tho
different Legislatures now in session have
been telegraphed to not to adjourn till the
matter was laid before them.
A resolution forbidding the reduction of
the amount of outstanding notes, known
as greenbacks, during the current year,
was passed. I
. A resolution instructing the Naval Com?
mittee to inquire into the propriety of re?
moving the naval school from Annapolis,
where pupils are exposed to disloyal influ?
ences, to a loyal State, passed by 180 to
WASHINGTON, February -1.-In the Senate,
the Military Committee were discharged
from the further consideration of thc mili?
tary and postal road hence to New York
lu the House, the resolution providing
tor paying the Kentucky militia was con
curred in. lt goes to the President.
The Secretary of War was called on for
thc correspondence of Burnside's commis?
sion paying loyal Tcnnetseeans.
The Judiciary Committee reported a bill
that the Act authorizing the payment for
stores taken by Quartermasters shall not
be construed to include claims originating
in the States declared in insurrection by
proclamation of July 1, 1SG2, except to
loyal citizens of West Virginia and Ten?
Mr. Williams introduced a bill placing
the Southern States under military officers
of the regular anny not under the rank of
Brigadier-General, who shall maintain
order and establish military tribunals.
The United States Courts may issue writs
of habeas corpus when tho petition is en?
dorsed by a commissioned officer, and that
Eetitioner is, in his opinion, wrongfully
eld. Sentences affecting life shall not bo
enforced until approved by thc General
commanding the District; which was re?
ferred to the Reconstruction Committee.
Thc tenure of oflico bill, as amended by
the House, came up, but was postponed.
Thc bankrupt bill was discussed till ad?
Tho bill forbidding McCullough to sell
gold, was referred to the Banking and Cur?
A bill for tho relief of loyal citizens in
the lately insurrectionary States, was in?
troduced by Mr. Maynard.
A joint resolution to establish civil go?
vernment and providing for re-establish?
ing former relations in tho unrepresented
States, was referred to the Reconstruction
A bill guaranteeing republican govern?
ment to the lately rebellious States, wr s
introduced by J. M. Ashley, and referred
to the Reconstruction Committee. Mr.
Ashley st;.ted that tho bill was drawn np
by tho Southern Association.
C able Despatches
PABIS, February 3.- Serious labor riots
occurred at the little town of Marchionncs,
in thc department of thc Nord, near Lille.
Thc French troops were called upon to
quell the disturbances, and several rioters
Krlanger's fund in aid of the Cretans is a
South American advices report a terrible
explosion and loss of life in Paraguay.
An enthusiastic fete has beon given to
the officers of the Colorado at Villa Franca.
PORT cv CHARLESTON, FEB. 4. ~
Steamship E. B. Souder, New York.
Ship R. C. Winthrop, Stuart, New York.
Schooner Nicanor, Hannah, Cardenas.
WENT TO REA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York.
Brig Josie A. Devereaux, Clark, Boston.
COMMKRCIAl. AND KIWANCIAt..
NEW YORK, February 4-Noon.-Gold
steady, at 13Gj. Flour 5@10e. better.
Wheat quiet. Corn firm and quiet. Fork
quiet, with sales of 5,000 bbls.-new mess
$20.62; oldniees $19.31. Lard dull-obis.
lHrv?13J. Cotton quiet, at 34 for middling
7 Fi M.-Gold 37j. Cotton heavy and
declining, with sales of 850 bales-middling
uplands 32@33. Flour moro active- State
$'.'.firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern $email@example.com. Coin
lc. better-mixed Western $1.10''51.12.
Oats moro steady-Western 61@G4. Lard
linn, at 11$<312A. New whiskey moro ac?
tive, and firmer, at 31 in bond. Spirits
turpentine 66?@67. Hosin $3.S7i@9.
CINCINNATI, February 4.-Cotton dull
middling 30--not much in demand; amount
offering small. Flour rather firmer - s
perrine $9.75; trade brands $11@13, and
fancy $13.50<31L50. Wheat higher; Whis?
key steady, at 25 in bond. Hogs firm, at
$7.50tg7.75 net. Mess pork $20.25(^20.50
for eitv. Bulk meats are bought at 7?@yj
moi for eitv.
B.M.TIMOKF., February 1.-Cotton quiet
middling uplands 33^ & decline. Flour
lower-Western, extra good, $13. Corn
steady-white $1.0331.05. Oats better
LIVERPOOL, February 4-Noon.-Cotton
opens heavy and inactive; ?ales 6,000
bales; quotations unchanged-middling
C-.?Iumlji? Wbcicu&I? i'iirc? t uirrnt.
Si" FISHER A LOWRANCE.
APPLES Cor bushel.$1 75
BAGGING- Gunny, per yard. .... 32
Dundoo " . 38
BALE BOFE Manilla, per lb. 25
N. V.cr West, pr lb.. 20 I
BACON-Hams, per lb.
Sides " .
Shoulders, " .
BUTTER Northern, per lb . 50 1
Country, '* . 35
BRICKS Per 1,000 . 7 00 1
COTTON YAUN -Per bunch.
COTTON Ordinary, per lb .
Middling, . 82
CANDLF.S Sperm, per lb.10350
Adamantine, " .
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.26-330
Laguayra, '* .' 10 j
Java, " . 50 i
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... 25 ;
Skimmed, '? ... 20 ;
CORN -Ter bushel. i 70@1 SO
FLOUR Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Family. 18 00
HAY-Northern, per cwt. 2 on I
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15 !
- Green, 41 . 8
INDIGO -Carolina. 1 26
LARD-Per lb. 18
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 150 |
Scantling, *' .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 3 00 \
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 70
New Orleans, " . 1 25
Sugar House. " ... 1 25
NAILS -Per keg. s 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. I on
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.OOG'l 00
Tcrebene, " .
Sperm, " . 2 25
i PICAS -Per bushel. 1 75
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel .... 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE- Carolina, per bushel.
East India, " .
I SPECIE-Gold. 1 35
I Silver. 1 30
SALT Liverpool, per sack.
Table, " . 5 00
SUGAR -Crushed, per lb . l'J
Powdered, " . 20
Brown, " .12*@17
I SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. "i"> no
Cognac Brandy, " _ 9 00
Domestic " " .... 3 00
Holland Gin, " . H 00
American " " . ? 00
Jamaica Rum. " ... f. Ot)
N. E. " .' . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey. 3 <>0
Monongahela " . 5 Ot)
Rectified " . 3 0U
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA Creen, per lb.1 50%2 25
''.lack, " .1 5032 00
l'OBA? CO - Chewing, per lb _30@ 100
Smoking, " .50 ? 75
VINEGAR Wine, per gallon . 75
Cider, " . 75
French, ,s . 1 50
WINE -Champagne, per basket.25(335 oo
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherry, " . 5 00
Madeira, " . 5 HU
MEATS Pork, per lb . 15
Mutton, " . * 124
! POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. 3 00
Ducks', . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75
* Geese. ' ' . 1 25
Information Wanted.-Whilo the pri?
soners ?vere being conveyed from Colum?
bia to Charlotte, a few days before its cap?
ture, Lieut. Eli P. Alexander made his
escape and has not since been heard from,
ne is about five feet eight or ten inches
high, light complected, light hair and gray
eyes; a star marked on ono hand and an
anchor on tho other arm. Any informa?
tion respecting him, whether dead or alive,
will be thankfully received at this office,
or by a letter addressed to P. J. LORANOER,
Papers throughout tho State will please
CORN FOR THE POOR.
IWILL bo ready to distribute CORN
to tho rOOR, THIS DAY, (Tuesday,)
from 9 o'clock A. M. until 2 o'clock P. M.
Fob 5 WM. MARTIN.
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber,
either by note or bond, who do not pay
the interest due, will have suit entered
against them by Return Day.
Feb 5 V ANDREW PATTERSON.
Corn, Bran, Potatoes.
THREE THOUSAND bushels WHITE
1,000 bushels YELLOW CORN.
500 " BRAN.
50 bbls. IRISH POTATOES. To arrive
per Steamship Carroll, from Baltimore.
BROWNE & SCHIRMER,
Feb 5 Main street.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
of this Lodge will bc held THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, 5th inst., at
Odd Fellows" Hall, at 7 o'clock.
Bv order of the W. M.
Feb 5 THOS. P. WALKER, Secretary.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
u. THE regular monthly meeting
ll_gJL of the company will be held
J&JIIJL^1 EVENING the 5th inst.,
-3E3S--at 7 o'clock. By order:
Feb 6 1 O. T. MASON. Sec'y.
Hard swearing has been very com?
mon in this country since the Yan?
kees raised such a noiso over the
bombardment of Fort Sumter.
Almost every man in the North was
sworn at least twice upon his allegi?
ance immediately after Beauregard
opened his guns in Charleston har?
bor, and men who were suspected of
secession proclivities were sworn with
every change of the moon. It is re?
ported of poor old Cen. .Scott that,
fearing his flesh might prove too
strong for his spirit and tho safety of
his salary, he used to take the oath
of fidelity to the Constitution of the
United States every day before din?
ner. There was a perfect mania
upon the subject of oaths shortly
after the war broke out, and the ma?
nia has not subsided yet. Whenever
Congress meets, the mind of that
body is seriously exercised upon the
subject of oaths. The old oaths are
brought out, overhauled, revamped
and repaired, so as #o hold water and
bind the tough consciences of the
"un-reconstructed. " If Congress?
men were allowed patents for their
inventions, I i Rt" mechanics, there are
many who deserve perpetual copy?
rights for their inventions in the
science of hard swearing.
Even old Thad. Stevens has tried
his hand at oath-tinkering, and, in
his bill "to provide republican Go?
vernments for the late, rebellious
States," ho incorporates an oatli
which searches the heart and con?
science of an "unreconstructed"' ai
far back RS the -Ith of March, 18G4.
Wo acknowledge that, when a mar
is sick, the right sort of physic wiE
do him good, but then wc do liol
fancy having our drugs comp?n?dec
by such a quack as old Thad. W<
do not object to a decent iron-clat
oath; indeed, we have thought thal
when wc have become proficient ii
swearing, we might bc able to takt
one, by extinguishing our conscienc*
and forgetting that men are punished
in thc next world for deeds done ii
this. But we protest against an]
more new and strange oaths, becaus?
the ingenuity of the radicals is inak
ing them excruciating, and it wil
require a dictionary of oaths to kee]
tho people posted in them. Tin
thing of calling God to witness what
ever Thad. Stevens, or any othe
ungodly radical, may choose to pre
scribe, is calculated to wear ont th
patience of humanity and Heaven
and we have had enough of it. I
the fellows would take their ow
oaths, and keep them, we would nc
ca rc.-Richmond Times.
The Washington correspondent c
the New York Times gires the follov
ing on (lils:
Prom tho report of the Fiondo
7%?nes of a recent hearing in one c
tho cases pending in relation to rebi
property, before Vice-Chancelh
Wood, it appears that the recci
newspaper comments in the Unite
States in relation to the recent settL
ment, do injustice to Messrs. Mor?
and Gibbs, the officers by whom
was arrauged. The arrangement pr?
i vided for a statement under oat ii ?
all property under the control ?
Fraser, Trenhohn & Co., and i
transfer to the United States, su
ject to legal liens thereon for a
I vanees, such liens not tobe allowed b
'youd ?150,000. The whole leg
Hen was shown, by the sworn stat
mont from the books of the fir
named, to be ?270,000, or there
bouts. The Chancery suits broug
to recover tho property were to 1
discontinued, each party paying i
own costs. The property consist?
chiefly of ships and of other proper
I of a perishable character which, 1
I the agreement, was to bc at on
sidd, and the proceeds, after the d
\ charge of the liens, paid to the Unit
! States. It is stated that after tl
1 settlement, other rebel agents volu
? tarily came forward and offered
I surrender property, and that all
I nearly all the rebel effects in Furo
i were about to be reduced to the p(
' session of the United States, witho
; suit, when the settlements were si
pended by order of Mr. Sewai
? vice-Chancellor Wood is probal
I correct in surmising that some dip
? matic reasons prevented the dosi
j of the arrangement in the foi
* agreed upon. Judge Redfield,
? Vermont, has been sent to Fngla
to confer with all parties, and
report will probably determine 1
; final action of tho Government. T
j arrangement is said to meet with 1
: hearty concurrence of all parties.
A DEAD HALT.-Tho latest into
j gonce from the political centre of 1
i nation, says the Richmond Enquit
? indicates that Congress, during i
j remainder of its present session,
i tie more than a month, will be una
! to do more than discuss and det
! mino upon some plan of future
i tion. Both territorialization i
! impeachment have gone to tho w
and Stevens, piteously bemoan
j ",the great diversity of opin
? among members of thc samo part
j has fallen from his high estate of b
\ wether, and is no longer able, w
i fiery tongue, to lash all radical;
i into following his lead.
Mr. Raymond, with a spirit uni
? his own, insists upon action, ass?
; iug that suspense is ruinous alike
j the North and the South, but
craftier counsel prevail, and the
! caps determino to give public se:
I ment opportunity and aid for m
I inflammation, before hazarding cit
j of thedesper0* ""asures necess
! to full seizur- powers of 1
' vern meut.
ANOTHER SNAKE STORY.-Tho |
i Vicksburg Times, of tho 19th ult.,
j is responsible for the following:
Some flatboatmen at Milliken's
I Bend, not long since, saw on the
. bank a long black snake, lazily
j watching the gradually lengthening
j ridge of earth peculiar to tho subsoil
' navigation of the mole.
The Little burrower emerged at the
! root of a tree, and the snake with
I one lunge captured, and swallowed
him. The observers * of this sad
! affair thought it was all over with
j poor mole, but. nothing daunted,
though perhaps unaware of his
perilous situation, he kept on
scratching until he came out at the
small end of the snake, who, feeling
suddenly that he had been cheated j
out of a square meal, turned and I
swallowed him again, with the same
result as before.
The captain of the flatboat, in
every respect a reliable gentleman,
informs us that this singular contest
was continued for eight hours, with
no variation, except that thc mole, as
lie became better acquainted with
the route, made faster time on his
Finally, the snake, completely dis?
gusted with the mole, allowed it to
go in peace, and dragging himself to
a hickory tree, butted his brains ont
against its roots. On being opened,
his "innards,1* from end to end, were
found to bi: as slick and smooth as
thc inside of a lady's thimble.
j BOOKS AND BREAD.-- Tho Assistant
Commissioner of-the Freedmen's Bu?
reau, in tho Department of North
Carolina, reports great destitution
and suffering among tho. negroes of
that State. Tho work of education,
however, is highly prosperous, thc
number of freedmen's schools having
boen increased to 118. The policy
of spending money in building
schools and teaching the alphabet to
little darkies, is well enough in its
place; but it seems to us that the
more pressing necessity is for some?
thing to keep the freedmen from
starving and freezing. Radical phi?
lanthropy is always applied to the
sufferer's head, when, in fact, it
would generally he moro serviceable
ni applied to the stomach, lt is
bread, not books, that the negroes
are most in need of. Let the means
of education bc given to them at tho
proper time, but in their present
condition the chief requirement is
employment, and the means of ob
taining corn bread for their stomachs
and brogans for their feet. The ra?
dicals ought to abandon the idea of
"elevating" the moral and intellectual
condition of the negroes until tho
latter shall have attained a position
in which they can be sure of enough
to eat. The idea that education is a
sovereign remedy for all the ills to
which darkey flesh is heir, is one of
the most absurd things of this age of
absurdities.-Xeic York Sun.
ARREST or TUE NEGRO BRADLEY.
I We leam from the Savannah Nexcs
and Herald, of Friday, that this in?
cendiary negro, who has boen creat?
ing all the trouble among the freed
j men lately, and who is said to have
I given advice to thc men on the Delta
plantation to shoot any one who at?
tempted to eject them, was, yester?
day morning, arrested at the corner
of Congress and Bull streets, Savan?
nah, by a corporal of tho Sixteenth
United States Infantry, and conveyed
to thc barracks, where he is at pre?
sent confined. He is in military cus?
tody, whore he will await further
proceedings. It is to be hoped such
steps will be taken as will prevent a
repetition of his mischievous inter?
meddling with the freedmen, by
which ho has given much trouble
both to tho military authorities, the
Freedmen's Bureau and the negroes
A FREEDMAN SHOT.-On Tuesday,
a group of some twenty negroe s, who
had assembled opposite tho Libby
prison, in Richmond, and making
signs to tho prisoners, were fired
upon by Private John Brennan, of
Co. IT, 29th United States Infantry,
and ono of the party shot and killed.
The guard had received orders to
disperse all assemblages in front of
the building. The negro killed was
named Thomas Winston Hall. He
had served three years in tho United
States army. The ball entered from
tho left side, and went through his
body. A jury of inquest was sworn,
and they agreed upon a verdict as
follows: "The deceased came to his
death by violence, having been killed
by a musket shot fired in the hands
of Private John Brennan, while on
duty at the Libby prison."
I Riehmond Enquirer.
A Roman Catholic clergyman, Rev. J
J. Furniss, has recently published a
pamphlet, under the title of tho
I "Sight of Hell," in which he informs
I the world that that mysterious place
j is just 1,000 mile s down from the
j surface of the earth, and then fol?
lows a description of it, as gathered
from the experiences of St. Frances,
who was extricated therefrom by the
! Angel Gabriel. The reverend author
j says that tho least spark from it,
j thrown into the ocean, would dry up
I all Hie waters and set tho world in a
--<--.*. - ---
A weekly journal of ability and in?
fluence is printed, published and cir?
culated in Hungary, and it is not
known who is connected with it in
any way, notwithstanding the efforts
of tho Austrian officers to discover
Christmas was celebrated in duel
stylo in the Tuilleriee. Over forty 1
trees bad been prepared in the va?
rious salons, all provided with Impe?
rial munificence. The little Princo
donated fine presents to his compa?
nions, entertained a largo crowd of
aristocratic children, and sent rich !
gifts to tho children of the Imperial ?
Guard, of whom he is sergeant.
The delegation of North Carolina |
Unionists left Washington, for their j
homes, on Monday. Tho delegation
has been there two weeks, and con?
cluded, after interviews with the
leading politicians, that tho amend?
ment will bo declared ratified when
three-fourths of the represented
States have sanctioned it.
FIRE ts BAJHTWELX. - A fire broke
out in the blacksmith-shop on the
premises of Mr. Li. W. Williams, on
Tuesday, and the building was en?
tirely consumed. The freedmen
worked maufully, and rendered very
material aid in saving other property
from destruction. -Sentinel.
A gentleman in the spring-time of
life, when walking with a lady,
stumbled and fell. On bis rosnming
bis perpendicular, the lady remarked,
"She was sorry for his unfortunate
faux pas." "I didn't hurt my fore
paws," said he, "I only barked my
[NFi.rr.NCR OF TUB PRKSK. -A lead?
ing New York clergyman, in a
recent sermon, declared that "ono
leading paper of that city had a
greater power and moro influence on
the doctrines and opinions of the
people of this eouurxy, thau all thc
pulpits in it."
On Wednesday last, says thc Beau?
fort (S. C.) New South, of Saturday,
Maj. (.len. Iv. K. Scott addressed thc
freedmen in this town. Ho gave
them some good advice, which, if
heeded, would secure to thom both
temporal and spiritual prosperity.
Sixty years ago there was hardly r
craft larger than an Indian eanoe on
the great Western lakes. lu 1S41,
the lake trade amounted to 305,000,
OOO; in 1851, to $300,000,000, and ii
18G1, to $550,000,000.
Henry C. Butler, a Conf?d?ral
soldier; who was reported dead whih
confined as a prisoner of war, i
unable to lind his parents, tho;
having removed since he took leavi
A number of Parisian scamstrcsse
have been suffering from violen
cholics from putting tho silk the;
use in sewing into their mouths
This is attributed to sulphate of lead
A young lady, down East, advei
tiscd for a young man that "cm
braced au opportunity," and says
''it ho will come over to our towi
he can do better."
Qc IRK.-A locomotive on a Wes
ern railroad has been adorned wit
the mo'to, "I still live." That i
more than many of the passcngei
can say at the end of the journey.
Brick Pomeroy is on his way i
New Orleans, it is supposed, to co
lect material and evidence to sustai
his legal warfare with his ancientfo
Ben. Butler. *
There is much suffering and dost
tution among the negroes in Loxin
ton, Ky. Small-pox is raging fea
fully among them.
Thc New York ferries aro unah
to accommodate the peoplo wdio li'
out of town. A bridge over Ea
River is talked of.
Punch offers as a sentiment: Mi
the tear of sensibility be wiped 1
the pocket-handkerchief of cnmmi
Mr. Wm. O'Neal, of Carrolto
Ky., was frozen to death, in walkii
home from Ghent, one night If
Over 100 separate lots or blocks a
offered for sale by the United Stal
Tax Commissioners of Beaufort.
The Erie Disp<tlc7i says that ligl
ning bugs would bean improveme
on the gas they have in that city.
An old bachelor says that the ti
of women is generally about mc
He is mistaken-it is dry goods.
Corn, Peas, Oats
riYWO THOUSAND bushels prime Wt
JL MARYLAND CORN.
200 bushels COW PEAS.
5U0 " OATS. Just received bv
BROWNE A SCHIRMEB, '
Feb 5 Main streel
State Normal and High School
_|TMl_ ESTABLISHED by tho
/gL^^k gislature for tho instruction
t^Ti^Bp^younp lrnlies in the hi;.:
^flpr^l"branches of education, St. 1
Wgyiui Strict, Charleston, S.
?a!aP was opened JANUARY 2, ll
REV. A. M. MOOD, A..M., Principal.
Professors, Teachers and Lecturer
ability have been employed, and thorn
instruction will bo afforded in every
partment. Thc course of study is of
highest grade pursued by young lad
and is equal to the most advanced stu
ard of Female Colleges.
The year is divided into two session
five months each.
Tuition,including the usual brand
with FRENCH, VOCAL MUSICand DR.
INO, $12.50 per half session. Pupils i
obtain board, under tho direction of
Principal, at *:?5 per four weeks, whicl
eludes lights, washing and fuel -all ]
Chairman of the Roar
F.. MONTAGUE GRIMKE, Secretary.
Jan 9 w?>
ALL persons having claims against
Estate of JAMES C. BATES, de
will present them, properly attested, wi
tliirtv days, and all persons indebte
said Estate will make immediate payi
to me at Columbia, S. C.
Jan 16wl3 W. M. BECKHAM, Adm
Furniture, Hardware, ?tc.
By A. R. PHILLIPS.
TO-MORRoW (Wednesday) MORNING
at 10 o'clocl i will ?- ll, al thu New Brick
Store om,o; x,aw Hange, 8nilurv arti.
clos of Fnrinure, consisting of ' .
Wardrobe, Sccretair, Lounge,
Chairs, Bocking Chairs. Tables,
Bedsteads, Wash-Standa, bureau.
Sideboard, Mattresses, Carpets
Matting, Ac, Ac.
A variety of Hardware, consisting of
Counter-Scales, Sad Iruus,
Shoe-Knives, Brushes, Sauce-bans,
Blind-Bridles, Hearth-Brooms, Nails,
Steelyards, Saws, Ac.
20,000 Envelopes, Beans Cap and bettor
1 fme Double-Barrelled Shot Gun,
Pumps for wells,
3 cases line Brandy, Catsup,
10,000 fineSegars,"Plated Castors.
Hats, Spool Thread, Pins,
2 barrels Pickled Beef,
1 Ladies' handsome (?old Watch,
Silver Cups, .Vc, &c.
N. B.-Unlimited articles received until
commencement of sale Feb 5. -
House Carpentering, Undertaking
Cab in et-Making.
OLD F URN ITU BE RLPAIRED, VAR?
NISHED and made as good as new.
COFFINS, of all kinds, furnished at low?
est prices. HUT Satisfaction guaranteed in
quality of work and price?.
J. W. CHICK, Cionden street,
Next to Southern Express Office,
l'oii 5_ Imo*
Positively for Three Days Only '.
(?ommencing Ihursday Evc'g, Feb. 7.
The "Wonderful and World-famous
Hanlon Brothers ! !
AND THEIR GREAT EUROPEAN COM?
BINATION. Look at the array of ta?
lent: William Hanlon, George Hanlon, Al?
fred Hanlon, the acknowledged Champion
Gymnasts and Athletes of the World; Prof.
W. Tanner, of London, England, and bis
wonderful Performing Troupe of Dnga and
Monkeys; Senorita Bose ti, Principal Dan?
seuse and Tight-rope Purlormor, from tho
Grand Opera, Madrid; Mons. Henri Agoust,
tho most extraordinary Juggler, Dancer
and Pantomimist; Mlle Augustina, Pre?
mier Danseuse and Pantomimist, from the
Parisian Theatres. The latest European
novelties, the Sphynx, Illuminated Foun?
tain Golden Shower, and the Hanlon's
mirth-provoking Shadow Pantomime, form?
ing tho greatest combination of artistic
talent ever witnessed.
Notwithstanding tho fjroat expenso at?
tending tho engagement of thc above mam?
moth organization, the management have
resolved upon the following reasonable
Prices of Admission: $1.00; Freedmen,
GEA ND HANL OX MATINEE,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.
Children to Matinee 50 cents. No half
price at night.
C. AMORY BRUCE, Advance Agent.
MORRIS SIMMONDS, Manager.
Feb 5 5
In want of
Of any kind
CARD, HANDBILL OB PAMPHLET,
Are invited to call at tho
IN PRICE AND STYLE.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
A NI) OF THE
South-Western Railroad Rank.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stock?
holders of the above institutions will
bo held in thu city of Charleston, on th*
SECOND TUESDAY in February next, tho
12th day of that month.
Place" of meeting-Hall of tho South?
western Railroad Bank, on broad street.
Hour of convening-ll o'clock a. m.
On tho day following Wednesday, tho
Pith there will bo an election bold, at the
same place, between the houri, of 9 a. m.
and 3 p. m., for FIFTEEN DIRECTORS
OF THE RAILROAD COMPANY, and
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS for thc BANK.
A committee to verify proxies will at?
Stockholders will be parsed, as usual,
over tho Road, to and from tho meeting,
fre e of charge, in accordance with tho re?
solution of the Convention of 1854.
At this meeting, will betaken up for ac?
tion, according to rule, the following pro?
posed additional by-law:
"The Board shall hold-four quarterly
mei tings during tho year, and such meet
! ings as shall be specially called by tho Pre?
sident; and in the in ter val of tho meetings,
there shall be an Executive Committee,
who shall bc authorized to conduct the
business of thu Company. The said Com?
mittee to consist of the members resident
iu Charleston. J. B. EMERY,
Jan 8 tuC Secretary.