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Friday Horning:, February 8, 1867.1
We referred, the other day, to the j
remarks of Henry Ward Beecher, at
the mooting held at the Cooper Insti?
tute, in the city of New York. It
afforded us pleasure thou to quote j
?nd refer to the remarks ?d' Mr. I
Greeley on the sume oceasion. We j
are again gratified to find that there j
are some radicals whoso hearts haye
not bom wholly burned to cinders j
?with the raging fires of hide and ven?
geance against thc unfortunate poor i
of the South.
We take tho following paragraph |
from a Rochester (N. Y.) paper,
which we understand is a rabid radical
"Thc distress in thc South has
fallon chiefly on women and children,
the widows and orphans of those who
perished in the war. Their condition
is such that, without help from the
North, it is probable that many of
them will actually die of cold and
hunger. We hope that help will be
liberally afforded to every part of the
South where w omen and children are
starving. There is a movement on
foot to send relief to the destitute
Greeks of Candia. But Gr< oks at
our door, our neighbors and bur
countrymen, have the first claim upon
our charity. Immediate measures
should ho taken for their relief before
anything is sent to strangcrcs, 5,000
With the Memphis Appeal, (a true
Southern journal,) we honor thc soul
fchat dictated those lines. Tho South?
ern heart can bc easily won by kind?
ness, but never driven by force. The
people of America, whither in thc
represented or unrepresented States
?.if the original Union, are of the same
race, blood and kindred. They know
?each other well, both in peace and in
war, and it is meet that they should
once more come- together in friend?
ship and unity, and stand by each
other in adversity as well ns. in pros?
As the Appeal says, let our enmity
ho. turnea against a common enemy.
This cnn be done only when these
rantin.-, puritanical radicals will ni?
lsen ? to their own business at home
and allow us to mark out our own
path in peace. In this way only can
we iive happily together; but yon
cannot win us back by threats ano
insults. Give us kind words, likt
those tpiotod above, and meet ns likt
brethren. The Appeal, iu its com?
ments, has the following good para
"We met you on the field and
never flinched. We fought you t
Tighl such as tho history of tho world
has never seen before, either for gal?
lantry or daring. Learn to honor U?
for our courage, our perseverance
and our devotion to any cause wt
promise our faith to, and our glor\
shall he your victory and your eon
.quest our triumph. The victory o
.one shall be the glory of the other
This can be done only when you al
low each State to rule itself, subjee
to the restrictions of the Constitu
lion, without any interference fron
To all of which we say amen
And to this end let the newspapers o
the North labor in the spirit of tin
Rochester Democrat, (radical thougl
it be,) and other journals that Wi
read daily, and the fjnion will b>
speedily restored to unanimity, pCACi
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The New York Express is responsi
ble for the following statement whicl
is interesting and important, if true
The Jews, in Bombay, have beei
greatly excited by the publication o
a pamphlet by their pontiff, entitle?
"The Voice of the Vigilant." Th
object of the pamphlet is to persuad
the Jews that it is useless to waitan;
longer fer the promised Messiah, a
it was Jesus Christ himself who i
made known in the New Testament
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GEX. SHERIDAN.-An exchange, i
speaking of the conduct of Genen
Sheridan in reference to the funer?
services of General Albert Syd ne
The philosophy of the fable pf th
wolf and the lamb could not receiv
a mon; beautiful illustration. Sher;
dan would not allow thc dead mare?
to be beaten over General Johnston'
remains, because tho New Oilcan
editors insisted that the deceased wa
"a great and good man."
A leading member of the Marylau
Legislature is reported to have sait
?n a ?peocli, a lew days ago, that i
irticlcs of impeachment were pr<
sent ed by the House, Mr. Johnso
would demand that they be tried b
a Sonate in which all thc States wer
represented, and if this waa denice
ho would appeal to the army an
the, navy, and the, war would be cai
ried into thc Northern States.
TIic Cotton Supply.
They aro becoming a little alarmed
on thc other side, about their supply
of cotton, for the next year. Tho
East India crop is expected to full
.short of that of I860, by 500,000
bah s; thc Bra/?l crop will bc 50,000
less than last year; from Egypt and
miscellaneous resources not more j
than 200,000 bah s arc; expected; and
should the American crop not ex- \
coed 2,000,000 bales, allowing 750,
000 for home consumption, 1,000,- j
000 for Great Britain, and 250,000 j
bales for the Continent, it is tho opi?
nion of Neill, Brother & Co., and of
others who make the trade a special
subject of attention, there will be a
falling uti' at Liverpool from all
sources, of 612,000 bales. "
We learn from thc New York
Mercantile Journal, that the stock at
Liverpool and London, at last ad
pared with 387,000 bales at the some
time last year, and that although part
of thc deficiency maj be supplied
from tLo sources above named, the
general inference is, that should not
the American crop greatly exce ed the
estimate of*2,000,000 hale:-, it will all
be required at e xisting prices.
. The conclusions we arrive at from
these estimates and calculations ure,
that the Southern States will not
produce more than 2,000,000 hales,
if their crop roaches that ligure, ami
that it is the part i-f policy and fore?
sight for our planters not to sell
their cotton, or lo engage it to
Northern buyers tit cuiront rates.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S PIJAN.- -The
New York Evening /><?/, of
Saturday last, contains a long lead?
ing editorial upon the different plans
?of reconstruction, ami on the whole,
gives the preference to the Presi?
dent's as follows:
"This plan was to admit tg a seat
in Congress every pel-son bearing tho
certificate of thc Governor of a
Southern State who should provo ac?
ceptable to the House in which he
claimed a seat as a loyal man, and
who was able to take the oath.
"This plan of admitting loyal rep?
resentatives would have entirely ex?
cluded from Congress the rebel lead?
ers; but would have at once, and, we
believe, without danger to any
worthy interest of thc c suntry, set
tho whole machinery in sivil govern?
ment regularly going. It would have
encouraged and rewarded loyalty in
the Southern States, and would have
affixed a stigma upon treason and
rebellion. It would have silenced
complaints and disarmed prejudices
in the South, for it said to tin-people
'Elect whom you choose; your States
are fully reconstructed: hut each
House of Congres- 1ms express
power, under the Constitution, te
judge of the election ami qualifica?
tions of its members.' "
RADICAL MONEY COMINO SOUTH. -
The New York Post, in commenting
upon the politics of Tennessee, says
Tennessee is far away from us. ( )ui
people are not familiar with all thc
details of the struggle for pol?tica
ascendancy which has been going oi
there. But it is necessary that w<
should take a lively interest in it
Money is needed there for the loy a
press, which aro vigorously and abb
conducted; our ablest and most effect
ive public speakers should go dowi
there to address the people; North
ern journals and documents shook
be sent down there to all who wil
read; in short, it is the duty, as it i
the interest, of the Republican part;
to make Tennessee, during this win
ter, spring and summer, the intel
lectual battle-ground on which, witl
voice and pen, wc may assert am
maintain the ideas which must pre
vail over the greatest part of thi
country before we can have a rea
peace, and which are there thedirec
issues in the political canvass. Ii
Tennessee we have an opportunity t<
assert republican principles befori
the Southern people by our ables
speakers and writers. Wo trust tb
energies of the Republican organiza
tion will be turned in that direction
and that between now and next Au
gust the State will be as thoroughl
cane.'isscd by Northern men as an;
one of the Northern States was dui
ing tho last summer and fall.
The petitions against the impeach
ment of the President have coin
menced to arrive. In the House, o
the 31st- ultim.., Mosto. Raymoni
and Darling, of New York, presente*
numerously signed memorials, pr<
testing against the impeachment prc
jeet, and begging Congress to ado}
measures to strengt hen the publi
confidence, allay the excitement, rc
vive the interests of labor ami capi
tal, and promote tim peace and pros
polity of the country.
The Postmaster-General has oi
dered the discontinuance of the mail
by steamet from Savannah to Fern?n
dina, Jacksonville, and points on th
St. John's River. The cause? for thi
action is unknown. Considerabl
excitement and great inconvenienc
to thc people are thc results.
Tho ?Vcw Com j) ron? I ?c.
Tho Richmond Enquirer publishes
a plan of settlement of t'he political
difficulties of the country, tho main
outlines of which have already been
given by telegraph. The subjoined
is the proposition in extenso:
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CON?
STITUTION Ol' THE KNITED STATES.
Sr.o. 1. The Union under the Con?
stitution is, and shall be, perpetual.
No Stale shall pass any law or ordi?
nance to secede or withdraw from
thc Union, and any such law or ordi?
nance shall bo null and void.
SEC. 2. The public debt of the
United States, authorized by law,
shall ever be held sacred and invio?
late. But neither the United States
nor any ?tate shall assume or pay
any debtor obligation incurred in
aid of insurrection or rebellion against
thc Government or authority of tho
SEC. 3. All persons Lorn or natu?
ralized in the United Slates, and sub?
ject to the jurisdiction thereof, ure
citizens of the United States "and ol
the States in which they reside. Nc
State shall make or enforce any law
which shall abridge thc privileges ol
immunities of citizens of the Unite,
States; nor shall any State deprive
any person of life, lib. riv or pro
porty, without due process of law,
nor 'leny to any person within it
jurisdiction th?; equal protection o
SEC. 4. Representatives shall b<
apportion? d among; thc several Stu,.-:
according to their respective uum
hers, counting the whole nnnibei o
persons in each State, excluding^ In
shall, on account of race or color, o
previous condition of servitude. ex
elude from voting at nnv election fo
tito choice of electors for L'residen
and vice-President of the Unite*
Statt-, representatives of Congress
members of tin1 Legislature or othe
ollioers elective by the people, any o
thc male inhabitants of Such State
being twenty-one years of age am
citizens of the United States, the
tho entire class of persons so exclude
from the elective franchise shall nc
be counted in the basis of represent;
tion. No State shall require as
property qualification for voters mor
than $2:">0 worth of taxable property
nor as an educational qualificatio
more education than enough to ci
able the voter to read t ho Const itt
tion of the United States in tho Ihn
lish language and write bis ow
PROPOSED AMENDMENT To STATE co:
ARTICTJE.-Every malo citizen wli
has resided in this State for one ye:
and in the County in which be offe:
to vote six months, immediately pr
ceding the day of election, and wi:
eau read the Constitution of tl
United States in the English lat
guage, and can write his own nam
or who may be the owner of $2?
worth of taxable property, shall 1
entitled fo vote at all elections fi
Governor of the State, members
the. Legislature and all other office
elective by the people of thc Stat
Provided, That no person by roast
of this article shall be excluded fro
voting who has heretofore exorcist
the elective franchise under the Co
stitution and laws of this State,
who, at the time of the adoption
this amendment, may be entitled
vote under said Constitution ai
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FACTS ABOUT CROWNS.-A Brusst
lotter to a Tournay journal contai;
the following paragraphs:
Tho. Queen of the Belgians has u
hitherto possessed a crown, and h
Majesty's jeweler was lately comm
sioned to make one. It isanineret
bly elaborate work of art, composi
of forty pearls, twenty being per
shaped and of enormous size, for
large brilliants and nearly 5,000 sm
ones, the whole set in gold a;
wrought iu open work. This cw\
resembles a coronal of Hames, simv
in form, but of unmatched elegant
It weighs less than 250 grammi
(half a pound.)
There are four Pontifical tiar:
One was the gift of Napoleon I
Pius VII; it weighs eight poun
avoirdupois, and is worth ?10,0
sterling; the second dating from t
pontificate of Gregory XVI, a
worth only ?400; third presented
the Palatine Guard to Pio Nino, a
estimated at the value of ?'.HX); t
fourth, the grandest and richest
all, being a present made to the Pc
in 1854 by Queen Isabella of Spa
and valued at 535,000 francs, or o^
?21,000 English. It contains 18,C
SPIES AT THE WHITE HOUSE.-1
observe an article in the Chronicle,
of yesterday, signed "Unwise,"
answer to the statement in the Rep
Hean, of Friday last, about E.
Baker's placing detectives in t
White House, which attempts
throw the responsibility of the Iii?;
handed act of .surveillance practic
upon the Chief Magistrate of i
nation, upon the President's o
Secretary of War! However "i
wise" this expose may be, it is c
tainly a more extraordinary deveh
mont than wo bad an expectation
[National Republican, 4//;
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We find thc following political
griment in the Parkersburg Tin
'.Vote for General Karns for may
who was ten years old before he ( iii
wore pants or shoes."
Thu regular elections in Tennessee
will occur next August. The canvass
is expected to be exciting. It is
thought the Legislature now in ses?
sion will enfranchise 11 io colored citi?
zens. A new feature of the campaign
will be tho introduction of Northern
speakers. It is expected that Wade,
Sherman, Colfax, Logan. Kelley,
Bingham, Wilson, Boutwell, Fred.
Douglass and others will be invited
When Wendell Phillips applies thc
lush, the halting members of Con?
gress make haste to fall into line.
Thc genuine radical programme is:
"No Union except one we can con?
trol; no more States, except we make
their constitutions; no President,
except he be subservient to partisan
ends; no Supreme Court, except one
whoso decisions wo can dictate."
S JU!? VKH'S.
PORT OF CHARLESTON, FKJ3. 7.
A KUI V Kl) Yl\SYKill>A Y.
Steamship Saragossa, (Jrowell, New York.
WKNT T:: SKA VEXTEltOAY.
Steamship timi ly l?. S >?uler. New York,
ship Confidence. Johnson, Liverpool.
WE WILL SELL OUR STOCK OF j
j DRY GOODS,
i I ATS. j
l$< >( )TS nm"! SHOKS. ;
S. E. MYERS & CO.
[."cb - .".
]OVERS THE GOOD THINGS OF
j THIS LIFE can have their wants snn
plicd ai the above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
I best order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, o AMI", and MEATS
I prepared in everv soie.
!' Thc best of WINES, LIQUORS, ALB,
! choice SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
?n. FREE LUNCH everv dav at il
o'clock. T. J!. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
J Feb H _
j M. E. Grand Royal Arch Chapter
of South Carolina.
THE ANNUAL GRAND CONVO?
CATION of this Most Excellent
Grand Chapter will be holden at
Masonic Hall, Charleston, on TUESDAY,
February 12, 18(57, at 12 m. The annual
election of (irand Officei - will then be held,
in addition to the consideration of impor?
tant business, requiring the punctual and
general attendance of tho Grand Officers
and Delegates from Subordinate Chapters.
Uv order of the M. E. Grand High Priest.
I Feb 8 Grand Secretary.
m HF CELEBRATED COMMON SENSE
j J. SEWING MACHINES, at the low price
j of ?20. These machines combine all the
excellencies and improvements of best
, machines. Call. Ladies, and examine
I them for yourselves at C. F. Jackson's
i store. WARREN lt. MARSHALL,
! F?.-b 7 2 Agent.
Ass..rt? it Candies.
Feb 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS .V Cn.
A LOT JUST RECEIVED BY
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Feb 7 _
DR. R W. GIBBES has removed his
residence and office to Mrs. McMa?
hon's, on Senate street, South of Trinity
Church. _Jan20 ||fit9__"
A SUITE OF ROOMS,
SIX. in number, can be rented upon the
most reasonable terms. Ample gar?
den privileges, otc. Apply to
Feb G -H! W. S. MONTEITH.
ALL persons indebted to the late firm
of KENNETH A GIBSON, arc hereby
notified that tho undersigned is author?
ized, by order of the Court of Equity, to
collect such claims, and that immediate
payment is ri .pured, in order to a settle?
ment of the affairs of said lirm.
Feb :? fO H. M. GIBSj >N.
A LARGE and COMPLETE ASSORT- !
; MENT of Sillo Grass, Fi ax and Cotton
i Lines. Also, 25,000 Genuine Limerick, j
i tj Kirby and Virginia HOOKS; Linn rick ,
. 4 Hooks on Gut; Corfe Floats,Trout Spin- ?
? neis and Fly-Spoons, Artificial Bait, :
" Fishing Hods". Multipiving Reels, .hist
. received at E. POLLARD'S.
; Feb 1 fm21
GARDEN SEEDS. I
ITUVE HUNDRED dozen papers of!
1 FRESH SEED, just received. At
wholesale and retail. E. POLLARD.
Feb 1 fif?_
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. |
A A LARGE and CHOICE i
- k, SELE( rriON of fine ITALIAN !
BH STRINGS. Also, Violin Bows, |
_ 3*Bridges, Sen v.s, Ac., just re
ceivert at E. ROLLA ?D'S. I
Feb 1 PJ I
Thc universal amnesty bill passed
the Kentucky House of Representa?
tives on the :31st ultimo. It cancels
all acts done under military authority
during the war, up to the Act of I860,
and applies alike to federals and
Thc Federal military still occupy
thc Executive mansion at Raleigh,
N. C. to thc exclusion of the Gover?
nor of the State.
Subscriptions for another National
Hank are being called for in Charles?
Powdered wigs are worn by fashion?
able New York ladies.
ll MEITII BAY.
AN ELKO ANT ASSORTMENT <>I"
SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC
VALENTINES ! VALENTINES !
IT*ROM :>ccuts lo ?3.00. F?rsalo. whole
* s de ann r. tail, nt
Mri ;ARTKR"S BOOKSTORE.
Opposite Lawvi rs' Ita:- Columbia.
Feb 7 " R. E. BRYAN.
Hay I Hay!
JOST DECEIVED, 30 bales prime No*rtb
crn Haw For salo low. Applv to
LEVIN A MIKELL,
t?b :', Washington stn-. !.
JOST RECEIVED. 5 barrels SUPERIOR
CUE AM AS.E. For sale low. Aoplv
to LEVIN A MIKKEL,
Fob :t_ Washington street.
rilP.N 1 ?IOCSAND SEGARS,al P.: 7" per
5,000 SEGARS, at fl per. box.
5,000 '. .'$.->.... At
E. STEN HOUSE'S,
Feb h 3 Maiv street.
JOHN H. HESSE,
C"? o ii ie o 1 i <> ii v ,
Wi ?OLES ALK AXJ) RETAIL .'
(IAN DIES manufactura il daily, av as low
J as can bf* laid down hero from the
North, tt'ir Corner of Plain and Marion
Streits. Feb 3
House Carpentering, Undertaking
OLD FURNITURE REPAIRED, VAR?
NISHED and made ;is good as new.
COFFINS, of all kinds, furnished at low?
est prices. JUS" Satisfaction guaranteed in
quality of work and prices.
J. W, CHICK, Camden street,
Next to Southern Express Office.
Fee 5 Imo*
fTIEN THOUSAND just received. To be
X sold VERY LOW"at
C A L N A N ii- K R E I ' J) E R S.
Feb 3 G
ANEW SPRING WAGON, with Shafts
and Pele. Apply at this office.
mEN kegs choice MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
A for sale low. E. & C. D. HOPE.
New Orleans Sugar and Syrup.
pr HHDS. NEW ORLEANS SUGARS.
.jObbls. " " SYRUP.
Just in and for sale bv
Jan 25 E/A G. I). HOPE.
~f\ BBLS. PLANTING IP.ISH POTA
.*>V/ TOES, in fine order. For sale by
Jan 2.? E. k G. T>. HOPE.
NEW CROP GARDEN SEEDS, in great
variety and quantity, for sale by
Jan 13_E. ? G. D. HOI'E.
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 & SCH! PMER.
Feb 5 Main street.
Corn, Peas, Oats.
rp WO THOUSAND bushels prime White
JL MARYLAND CORN.
200 bushels COW PEAS.
500 " OATS. . Just received by
BROWNE ? SCHIRMER,
Feb 5 Main street.
WHISKEY i WHISKEY !
PT (TV BARRELS OLD RYE WHISKEY, ai
*_)\J wholesale and retail.
Jan 30 J. C. SEEGERS J; CO.
CHEESE! CHEESE! !
-| (\ BOXES fine CHEESE, at
JA 7 Jan 30 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
EXTRA BACON STRIPS !
J\ Jan 30 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
I f\ BOXES CHEWING TOBACCO of
JL\^ various grades, at
Jan 30 Jr-.'IN C. SEEGERS A Ct).
rpWO THOUSAND li BACON STRIPS,
.JL for s;ile low by E. A d. P. HOPE.
ONE HUNDRED packages Nos. 1 and::
MACKEREL, in kits, qnarter, half
and whole barrels, of warranted quality
and weight. E. A G. 1). Hopi;. '
.> K?\(W U'M- Pr?,,i., BUCKWHEAT
*?#?>V/V* FLOl R ior sale- 10 pounds,
for *!. i?. A G. 1). HOPE.
orr. KKADIHO ROOM.-Our friends ar?
invited to visit tilt; Ph'j?nix reading room,
where tin y will timi on file napers and
periodicals from every section of Un Union.
The building is open day and night.
KINK CENTS. The price of Kingle copies
of tho Phasiiixisfice cents, and purchasers
ar.- requested to pay no more for them aa
they arc furnished to th" news-hoys at ;v
ra;e sufficiently 1 >w t<> warran! their being
sold at that price.
TIIK.NEW JAIL.-The Legislature, at its
ast session, appropriated $10,000 for the
i rection of a nev jail in this District, and
i the Commissioners of Public Buildings, in
j pursuance of thc Authority vested ii: them,
are making thc necessary arrangements
j for carrying "ti the work, pi ns and spo
! cifications were called for. a: vcral sub
I uiittcd, when those prepared ny Messrs.
Kay & Howetson were selected, as the best.
? The nev jail is to be locate 1 on Asseni
i bly street, on thc site of the ol.) ?word fae .
tory. It will bc a massive prison-like
: building, two st..r;. s in height, yet with a
j handsome and imposing front. Thc main
? entrance a large and handsome doorway
: .opens into a vestibule, on each sid;- of
', which are receiving rooms for prisoners;
j and in the r< ar. doors leading to ?he iute
, rioi one t.? thc jailor's quarters, thc other
j to n lnrtre hall, which communicates with
, tin- passage on which tho debtors" cells
: opon. Two dights of wilie stairs ascend
I to the- second story ono for th?; ur^of
prisoners, the other for the jailor only,
; except in e..se of emergency, such as fire.
' This story is. divided into three wards one
for white males, one for biaek, the other
; f r females, white and black being sepa
! rated. The passages Wc wide, airy and
weil lighted by stioji??b barred windows,
!s, which are
11 nd ti
constitute a jail within a jan. tu
a projection on the S-.itth end of tho
: building, wash, tamls and all other ru ccs
j aary conveniences are provided for the
; prisoners of each ward: in the roof of this
j projection, lhere is lo be 3 large tank,
j affording"'a constant supply of water, and
j from whence, in case of fire, the doors
j could bo immediately flooded: indeed,
I every possible precaution appears to be
; taken against tire-, a's a tluce-inch hydrant
extends to thc second story, having a uoz
I zle on each floor, for wi ich a hose is to bo
I provided. Thc system of heating and ven?
tilating appears very perfect and thorough,
there being a separate heating and venti
I hating due of proper capacity to each cell.
I Ti.are ar?: in all the wards eighteen single
Ceils, and three cells ?a<di capable of con?
taining from tinco to four prisoner.-.
SOUTHERN. CITIES REVTVINO. -The New
Orleans Picayune has tho following cheer?
'.'We arc now in the high tide ol social
and fashionable lif<\ We have a good
Italian opera company, a good French
dramatic company, a German dramatic
company, and all the English theatres
the St. Charles, the Academy of Music,
Olympic, Varieties.,tc. arc nightly crowd?
ed. Barely before has thc C rescent City
been so gay and attractive. There are
numerous visitors hen'also, at the present
time, going and coming, but many more
prefer to stay and make this their homo,
so long as the money lasts. The beautiful
spring-time is last opening upon us, with
sunny ?lays ano starry nights, and never
was thc genial land of Louisiana more
j channing. If there bc any who would yet
visit thc Crescent City, to enjoy its gene?
rous life and fairy scenes, wo would s-\y to
them, now is your time. Wc have now the
prospect <.>f thc Italian opera and standard
drama in all languages the whole season
through, and society tho most lively and
interesting, and you cannot fail to pass
your time pleasantly."
In our sister city of Augusta, a commit?
tee of citizens has boen appointed, who
report that they aro arranging for a scries
of lectures, and that they are encouraged
to believe they will have lectures from
General P.. E. Ber, Bishop Lynch, W. Gil?
more Simms and other celebrities. Can?
not something be done in this way for Co?
lumbia? or have we lost all our public
spirit and energy with the destruction of
the city by Sherman's army? Let us try,
and we have no doubt but that success will
attend the effort. A lecture from General
Lee to bo delivered in Columbia, would
attract such an audience as never beforo
graced any public hall in the city-Eve?
rett's, on Washington, not excepted.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. - -Attention ia call?
ed to tho following advertisements, winch
are published this morning to* the first
T. M. Pollock -Restaurant.
S. H. Myers & Co.-Goods at Cost.
Colgate's Honey and Toilet Soaps.
Meeting of M. E. Grand Chapter.
NoTnnro EQUALS IT.-Tho Soap manu?
factured by Colgate .V Co., New York, is
the best tiling of the kind in the world.
It is universally esteemed and kept by all
druggists. This Soap is pare, effective
ALL persons indebted to thc late firm
of BLAKELY & COPELAND, will save
j cost by calling and paying thc sana-.
Feb'l P2 GEO. W. BEAU!W.N.
HOES AND CHAINS.
.1/ the Sinn of HIP Golden Pad-ljoclt.
ONE HUNDRED doz. HOES, assorted
qualities and sizes.
500 pairs TRACE CHAINS, assorted.
Li store and for sale CHEA P for CASH by
j Jan 1\ JOHN C. DIAL. "
OILS'. OILS'.! OILS! ! !
! At the Sign r.f the Golden Pad-Lock.
JEST received, a good snpplv of TAN?
NERS' OILS, :;:\CHINEBY OILS,
! Boiled and Kaw LINSEED OILS, pure
KEROSEN*: OIL. And rorsalo low by
I Jan .>! - OITN C. DIAL.
! ,s-r4 A DWELLING, with eight upright
i <;;!' rooms and attie, and all necessary
! ffl out-buiMinga, four squares from
j Main street. Apply for t- rms. .Vc., to
LEVIN V PKIXOTTO,
Jan "2" Auctioneers.