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WASHTNGT?N, March 24.-Itiscon
sidered almost certain that Congress
?will adjourn on Tuesday.
Hopes of the early release of Jeff.
Davis gain strength.
General Frank P. Blair has been
nominated Minister to Austria.
John M. Wostkoni, who is about
leaving for Texas, addressed a letter
of inquiry regarding suffrage to Se?
nator Wilson, who replies that all can
vote and hold municipal and State
offices, except certain parties who
have taken an oath lo support the
Federal Constitution and afterwards
aided the rebellion. The rank and
ide of the Confederate army are not
disfranchised. Disfranchised person 3
are mentioned in Howard's am? nd
ment; neither Shermau's nor the
supplemental hill extends disfran?
NEW YOUK, March 21.- -James F.
Cummings, Confederate Commissary,
has been arrested on charges of hav?
ing used the power ol' the Confede?
rate Government to take from a
resilient, of Tennessee property valued j
at $000,000, and fraudulently con?
verting it to his own use. He is now
in Ludlow street jail.
Counterfeit S20's of the National
Bank of Portland, Me., arc in circu?
Tho official report of the St. Pa?
trick's Day riot is '.)?) policemen in?
jured-'.) seriously and '.) danger?
ously. AU are recovering.
Thc Peabody Educational Fund
Trustees adjourned to meet on the
third Tuesday in June. 1S68, with au
informal meeting ??in Richmond, in
January next. Rev. Dr. Pears, of
Brown University, is General Agent.
The Executive. Committee are Messrs.
Mcllwaiue, Evarts, Graham and
Eaton; Treasurer, Mr. Wetmore; Fi?
nance Committee, Messrs. Fish. Clif?
ford, McAllister, Briggs ami Wet?
PANAMA, March 13.-Three Ameri?
can ships have been burned herc,
supposed by their own crews.
PITTSBURG, March 25.-Thc ma?
chinery works of Robinson. Rea &
Co, were destroyed hy lire this morn?
It is said that the total loss of Texas
by the late war foots up no less than
Con g ress io li Jil.
WASHINGTON, March 20.-In the
Senate, a petition was presented from
the Union League, asking the appli?
cation of the military reconstruction
bill to Maryland, which was referred
to thc Judiciary Committee. Thc
Senate withdrew Saturday's proceed?
ings relative to adjournment. The
business was generally unimportant.
In the House, a resolution that the
House adjourn on Thursday, to meet
either on tho 1st Wednesday ol' May,
June, September, November or De?
cember, unless the pre siding- officers
jointly proclaim, ten days previous to
the time ol' meeting, that there is no
necessity ol' meeting, was adopted
SS to 31. Several hills connecting
the Mississippi and tho lakes by a
ship canal wore referred to the Com?
mittee on Commerce. A resolution
authorizing thc Secretary ol' War to
employ two dredge boats to keep
open the channel at the mouth of the
Mississippi, pass? d.
The minority of the Maryland Le?
gislature has petitioned Congress not
to adjourn until that State had a re?
publican iorm of government, which
was ordered to be printed. Ad?
Tin-: GREAT IMPEACHER.- The
New York Herald says:
Gen. Butler is determined to im?
peach somebody or something. Ho
went to Congress for that purpose,
and does not intend to bc balked.
He preferred the President, naturally
enough, but as Congress declines to
gratify him in that respect, ho is will?
ing to compromise on om- Custom
House Collector. He is as accommo?
dating as the politician who called on
President Jackson to demand the
mission to England as the reward of
his services, but on being refused
this and everything else on the de?
scending scale, said he would be satis?
fied if the President would give him
some old clothes. Mr. Hulburd
offered a resolution in the House,
requesting the President to remove
Collector Smythe; but tu n. Butler
resists this and insists on impeach?
ment. We rather favor that propo?
sition. Congress has the right un?
doubtedly to impeach any office?
holder, and we should rather like,
for the novelty of the thing, to see
them do something which they have
a right to do.
No OCCASION roi; DIFFERENCE.
The Selma Messenger pertinently asks:
Shah we who have so long been
united, and united under such cir?
cumstances, now be disturbed by dis?
sensions, and turn upon and rend
each other for the gratification of our
Shall we sunder the ties that bind
us together, and forfeit thc admira?
tion of the world, because, with our
eyes still fixed upon a single object,
wc cannot at om e agree which of two
or three roads is the nearest to it?
St. Michael's bells, Charleston,
rung out their sweet and well-rcmem
bcrcd chimes, on Sa inlay last.
COMMERCIAL. AXU FINANCIAL..
CINCINNATI, March 23.-Flour in
good demand-trade brands Sll.50@
813.50; fancy 8l4(o LG. Wheat and
corn firmer-85 in sacks. Cotton
dull and in Little demand-middlings
27; receipts (d' tlie week 2,250 bales;
receipts for the season, 10,200 hales,
against 125,000 Last year. Whiskey
firm, at 27. Lard firm, at 12)??13.
Sugar steadv. Cofiee steady, at 25("
ST. Lons. March 23.-Corn de?
clining-Si.00 " L.7U percental. Pro?
visions duli. Mess pork $22.50(7*
22.75. Bacon unchanged. Lard 12
(rt 13 '.,. Whiskey active, at 15(? 16.
LocisvrLiiK, .Mareil 23.-Superfine
Hour SO.75. COKO, iu ears, bulk, 70;
shelled 73<<.75. Oats 65@66. Mess
pork S22.50. Bacon-shoulders 9? ?;
clear sides TJ'.j. Lard-in tierces -
NEW YOI:K, March 25-Noon.
Stocks very dull. Exchange-sixty
days S V"1': ?g"t '.' '...'..' ? . Money
('.((? 7. Cold '.'.?i Hank stat ern eut
very poor. Flour 5(W 10c. better.
Wheat l@2c. better. Corn dull and
unchanged. Moss pork 823.08. Lard
L2.^@13L;C. Cottom firm-middling
7 P. M.-Holders of cotton ask au
advance; sales 2,000 bales, at 31.
Flour-Stale 8U.90(rt,Sl0.75. Corn
active and unchanged. Mess pork
BAXITIMOKE, March 25.-Cotton
middling uplands 20. Flour and cof?
fee firm and quiet. Corn dull-white
Sl.07@Sl.09. Whiskey unsettled
nominally 25 >?? 30.
CINCINNAI i, March 25.-Flour firm?
er-higher .mailes in better demand
superline 810(0 10.50. Corn quiet
sacks S7. Provisions quiet. Mess
NEW OKEEANS, March 25.-Cotton
stiffer, with sales of 5,000 bales-low
middlings 29i a 291 .j. Receipts 5,397;
exports 2,123. Sugar dull-good to
fair 13. Molasses-no sales-prime
quoted at 80. Flour easier-super
1214. Gold 34}?. Sterling 44V"
46. New York sight ;'*(" '._> premium.
LONDON. March 25.-Consols 91 '4 ;
LrVERPOOli, March 25-Noon.
Cotton firm-middling uplands 13a?;
Orleans 13 v. Estimated sales 10,000
Colximl.ia Wholesale l*rloen Current,
BY FISHER it JJ) WRANCE.
APPLES-Per bushel.il 73
BAGGING -Gnnnv, per vard. 30
Dundee " . 33
BALK ROPE- - Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or Weat, pr lb.. '20
BACON-Hams, per lb.18@20
Sides " .15(??10
Shoulders, " .U@15
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Count rv, " . 30
BRICKS -Per 1,000.12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch'. 2 50
COTTON -< ?rdinary, uer lb.
Middling," . 28
CANDLES Sperm, per lb.40@50
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE- Rio, per lb.2C@30
Lagnavra, " . -JO
.Tava. " '. .45@50
CHEESE English Dairv, per lb... 2.1
Skinum d, ' " ... 20
CORN-Por bushel. 1 <'.ofi.;l 65
FLOUR-Sin ?er.. per bbl.12 00
Extra l'a mil v. 17 50
HAY-North? rn, ?.cr cwt. 2 75
Eastern i; . 2 50
HIDES-Di v, per lb. 15
Green. '. . S
INDIGO -Carolina. 1 25
LUMBER -Boards, per 100 ft. 150
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Pi r bbl.'. 3 00
MOLASSES Cuba, per gallon.60@70
NowOrloans, " 1 10@1 2.">
NAILS-Per keg.7 80@8 (M)
ONIONS ['er bushel. 1 (ii)
OIL-Kerns* ac, per gallon.C0@1 00
Terebene, " .
Sperm, " . 3 50
PEAS-Poi '. .eil. i.i Toe/i ot)
POTATOES Iri.-di, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet. '. . 1 25
RICE -Carolina, per bushel.10?12i
SPECIE-Gold .....- .1 33@1 36
Silver. 1 28
SALT-Liverpool, per sack_. 3 Ot)
Brown. " .\2h%Yl
SPIRITS-Alc.hol, per gallon. "(i 00
( ;o'*nao Urandy, " . !) on
Donicstic " " . 3 00
Holland Gin, '. . 8 00
American " " . -I 00
Jamaica Kain, " . G 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 00
Monongahi la " . 5 00
Rectified " . 2 75
STARCH -Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb.1 50@2 25
Black. " .1 50@2 00
TOBACCO Chewing, per lb.30 (fi 100
Sm..kia-, " .50 @ 7*
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, . 75
French, " . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per baskct.25@35 00
Port, per -allon. 4 50
Sherrv, " .3 50@5 00
Madeira. " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, pt r lb. 15
Mutton, '.. " 12J i
POULTRY -Turkeys, per pair. 8 00
Ducks, '. . 1 00 i
Chickens, " . 75 ?
_'i-i_" 1 *
THE DEATH OP PBOF. DEBOW.
The New York World, of thc 21st. i
publishes the following communica?
NEW YORK, March 20.
To the Editor of Hie World.
Sin: In your issue of this morning,
I see it asked "if Professor DeBow
is dead?" I answer that he died at
Elizabeth, New Jersey, just three
weeks ago. His Review will be here?
after published under the editorship
of myself and others.
* ROBERT G. BARNWELL.
An Interview witH Napoleon III.
Jobi] S. C. Abbott, whose romanc?
ing history of thc first Napoleon is
familiar, is now engaged in Europe
in hunting over the libraries, archives
and hook-stalls of Paris and London
for data upon which to transmit to
posterity a truthful record of the life
and reign of Napoleon III. Mr.
Abbott writes to friends in New. 1 laven
of a late fireside interview with the
Emperor, within the seclusion of one
of the interior parlors of thc palace,
where lu-enjoyed thc unreserved con?
versation of the sovereign, which,
however, ho does not betray, a ft .ti?
the manner of some otho/ American
writers who find thomsoUes closeted
wit!, rai^rs. Indeed, Mr. Abbot! ex?
cuses himself from entering into a
narration ot" the conversation, re?
marking that it would not be proper
for* him*to record the frank expres?
sions of the Emperor under such
circumstances, though he tells us
that he himself referred to thc Mexi?
can question as follows:
"1 have always felt it to he a great
mistake that our Government did noi
bani its moral support to the only
Government which, it seemed to
me, promised the restoration o!
peace and order to "Mexico. Tin
overthrow ol' thc empire inevitably
plunges that unhappy people int*
that state of chronic anarchy which
has desolated the country now foi
hali a century."
To this view, the Emperor ex?
pressed his assent, saying: "I hav>
regretted deeply having been so niue!
misunderstood in America. Itseeme*
to me that it was for tho interest ol
the United States, ns well as for tin
interests of Mexico, that there shouh
bc a stable Government there, whicl
should secure protection to tho peo
pie and develop industry."' lie als.
expresse! au earnest desire to main
tain friendly relations with the Unite?
States. Mr. Abbott goes on to sa;
that he saw no indications of il
health, though the Emperor looke<
decidedly older than when he sa\
him fourteen years ago. He allude?
in the course of tho conversation t
that interview, which was remero
bered. As Mr. Abbott made hi
adieu, thc Emperor took him coi
dially by thc hand, expressed the in
tention to see him again, and pr<
mised to send him his publishe
works, which are quite voluminous.
The Springfield Republican's Pari
correspondent writes of thc Empore
Napoleon, his wife and sou:
L ist Sabbath, in the garden of th
Tailleries. 1 hud my first view of th
Emperor-a stout, comely, well-bui
gentleman, with an inquisitive fa<
and eyes which seem always to 1
looking at something a good way ol
Years do not seein to have told ni
kindly upon him, and he appears ce
taiuiy to be; in the best of health.
In lime that the rumor that he is fai
ing is entirely without foundation
He. with the Empress, was in his pi
vate carriage, enjoying the fine wc
ther. The crowd of lookers-on wc
quite republican in their manner
and only om' or two old men took <
their baits. Tin; little Prince imp
rial, who 1 saw a short linn: after, h
a pretty face, with no signs of ch
racter yet moulded into it, ami,
my thinking, if his father's mani
fall on him even twenty years Inti
it will quite overwhelm him. P.
one is never mire how these Nap
Icons will dev.-lop. Thc Empress,
full toilet, and in her carriage, win
distance lends enchantment to t
view, is a very pretty woman, a
certainly looks far from growing ol
Her dress, 0, ladies, was blue--'ni
as the gentian, and her bonnet,
charm of charms, was not a bonni
but a lut of lace, with delicate bl
ribbons. At the ceremony of i
opening of the legislative sessh
yesterday, in thc grand salle of t
Louvre, Eugenie wore a robe of wh
satin, literally strewn with pearls.
Ax IMPORTANT QUESTION.- Mas
chusetts lias at length ratified i
pending constitutional ainendinc;
which makes, we believe, the wh
number of States that have ratifie*
twenty. One moro State is want
to make tht! required three-four!
of thi- twenty-seven States now ci
stitnting thai Government of 1
United States. "Why cannot wc h:
this State right away, and thus fin
before the adjournment of thc p
sent session cf Congress, this gr
amendment proclaimed part of t
Constitution, so that the rebel Sta
may be at once returned, in fulfill
the conditions imposed upon the
Have not wc of New Y'ork a mern
of Congress wdio can put this qu
tion to "'old Thad Stevens?"
[New York Herald
- -- -* ?-fr- -
SOUTHERN RELIEF.-A resolut
was adopted by the St. Louis ?.
chants' Exchange, on the 18th, un
which a committee of ten promin
merchants Were appointed to so
money and food for tho benefi
the sufferers in the Southern Sta
A war is waging in Honduras
tween the English and thc na
Bevor!v Tucker has been appo
ed manager of the Escandon cst
In some of thc villages of Pru>
one-third of tho population
leave for America in the spring.
A barrel of Southern flour
make' twenty pounds more bi
than e. burrel of Illinois flour.
The irrepressible 1). H. Craig
started another "news association
A WORD OF CATTTIOK.-Since con?
ventions are to be ordered in the
Southern States by tho commanding |
generals instead of by the L?gisla?
tures, we sincerely hope that those
who have urged the policy of inaction,
on thc ground that there would bc
dishonor in complying with thc re?
quirements of the Sherman hill, will
review their opinions and change
their advice*?for it is manifest if thc
Legislatures could not provide for thc
elections without seeming io sanction
thc iniquities of thc Sherinan-Shella
barger scheme, ami without seeming
to consent to their own degradation, I
that thc people cannot voie in such j
elections without giving the same
sanction and incurring the same de- !
gradation. The cases are precisely I
parallel, and if thc arguments against :
the p-.-opo:- ct ion by the Legisla?
ture w ere, w di anything, it would he i
fahd to nil hope of success at the |
polls. It is of the first importance
that nothing shall be said to discour?
age, but everything to encourage,
the fullest possible vote on the part
of those most concerned in the wei- j
far.; of thc. State. Every mau of the
class who have hitherto controlled, j
allowed to vote under thc ac of Con- j
gross, should be brought to feel that
so far from dishonoring hiaiself by '
? casting that vote, it is Iiis mest im
perative, most momentous, and mest :
sacred duty, not only to vote himself, ?
but to use all the influence he can
exert to induce as many as possible
of the newly enfranchised to vote
: with him. If any man in or out of
public position has the hardihood to
talk now about "inaction," "pas- j
sivism," "accepting dishonor,"' and ?
such nonsense and rubbish., we hope |
he will be rebuked into silence and |
shame by those wdio are too wise to ;
be imposed on by pretentious imbe?
cility, and too honorable to be de?
ceived by au affectation of superior
sensibility to honor.
[Richmond Whig, 19//*.
INTERESTING STATISTICS.-At the
third days' session of tho Baltimore
Annual Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, in Baltimore, the
annual exhibit of thc book concern
in New York was presented and read.
It showed its net capital stock, after
deducting liabilities, lo bc $550,
350.42. Thc profits of the concern
for the year were $30,271.90. The
committee appointed by the last
General Conference to "ascertain, as
near as maj' he, thc sum necessary
to defray the expenses of thc next
General Conference, and report the
same to the board of bishops by the
time of their annual meeting in the
fall of 1866," reported to the bishops,
under date of November 10, 1866,
"that, in their judgement, -S2l>,000
will Vic thc least possible amount ne?
cessary to meet the demand." The
bishops apportioned this amount
among the several annual confer?
ences, and assessed this conference
The chairman of t he Committee on
Sunday Schools also submitted a re?
port. It shows that, .luring thc past
year, there has been au increase of
isl schools-the largest increase ever
reported-14,276 conversions, an in?
crease of 4*? per cent, of the whole
number of scholars. The Sunday
School Advocate has a circulation of
326,000, an increase of 2,210 copies;
tin' Sunday School .> 'urnal has a cir?
culation of 19,50", an increase of
1,500. Normal classes and institutes
for thc training of Sunday School
teachers have been organized in all
parts of the world, and a. Sunday
School Normal College in New York.
A New York paper gravely asserts
that the sale of illegitimate babies
in that city isa large and profitable
business, and so publicly carried on
as scarcely to bo clandestine.
SIS 13? VKVVS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. MARCH 2."/.
AU RIVED y KS re U DAY.
Steamship Moneka, Lobby, New York.
Sehr. Mountain Laurel, New York.
WEST TO SHA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Manhattan, Collins, New y.>;>:.
Steamship Quaker City, Wes;. New York.
Sp. bark c entro <le Exportaci?n, Spain.
Sehr, d?ndome, Gage, a Northern Port.
Steamship Alliance, Kellev. Philadelphia.
Sehr. Lilla Hodsden, Hods'den, Cardenas.
Tho friends and acquaintances of MPS.
WILLIAM R. TABER, sr., and Dr. Albert
ll. Taber, an; invitedto attend the funeral
services of the former, at thc residence
Dr. Taber, on Arsenal Hill, THIS DAY, at
1 o'clock p. m.
GINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, ceo.
JUST received, a fresh assortment ol
GINGER SNAPS, CREAM C lt ACKERS,
Sugar Crackers, Soda biscuit, Bonton am
Rutter Crackers. J. & T. Ii. AGNEW.
? March 2rt_
4 NURSE, to attend a child nearly tw<
J\. years old. A j^irl from fourteen ti
eighteen years of age pref? rr.ed. licconi
mendations given and required. Apply a
tho Insurance Rooms of H. E. Nichols i
Co. Mareil 2? 3
MULES FOR SALE.
y?v A NUMBER of line, wejl-brok
Cow and Calf for Sale.
APPLY at this ollie ..
March 26 1 "
rjn A K EN AT PAR for DRY GOODS. V
1 COST. FISHER <& LOWRANCE.
March -J 1
A. Wallace, />/., CW cctc>"?d J/i. ;., S. C.:
WE addressed you through the medium
of the Phoenix newspaper, ?nd requested
a little light from yon, .11 our present be
foggled condition, respecting the excise
law. Thai information you afforded us in
the succeeding number of the ?ame jour?
nal, for which accept our thanks. It seems,
then, that while we were obeying your po?
sitive injunctions, wi have been violating
the law and incurring :;-> penalties. You
cannot have forgotb :i giving us those in?
structions, although you sustain Mr.
bailey in .saying t:.;;t uv were generally
notified of the provi dons of this ot lier law,
which in not true Sundy it is not too
much to ask that we be first made awareof
changea in the law, so toot wc can protect
ourselves from ti:'- rapacitvof raiders.
March 2(1 1 MERCHANTS. _ j
MESSRS. Entrons: In your issue of yes- j
terday, I notice a communication signed
"Merchants,"' addressed to the United j
States Interna! Re>*< uuo Collector, of this
city. In reply, 1 wonid state that I am
the individual alluded to as seizing the j
empty spirit barrels, some time ago. Near- j
ly, if not all, dealers iii spirits were noti- ?
fled to erase thc Inspector's stamp on all ?
barrels as se.in a- empty; but, on cxaini
nation yesterday, I found a large quantity 1
of empty spirit barrels with tho Inspec- I
tor's stain]> .--n'd on, which I, as an officer
of the United States Government, seized.
Besides, 1 would remind a merchant, j
who .said to me lie considered it all ?right
to swindle the Government, that Iiis no?
tions and minc differ, and I should bc re- j
cr?ant to official obligation, were I to
leave that dvitv undone.
BRYANT BAILEY, Ass't Assessor i
And Inspector of Tobacco, Ac.
I sustain thc Assistant Assessor Inspec
tor, .Mr. Bryant Bailey, and will see ?
that thc law is cai ? ted out in good faith. 1
A. WALLACE, Collector !
March 21 2 Third District S._C. _ j
Corsi I Oats !
ON hand and for sale at LOWEST MAR
500 sacks CORN-prime white.
300 " OATS-heavy.
15 boxes TOBACCO low-priced.
1 bbl. Smoking Tobacco.
March'20 '2 H. D. MANAHAN.
AHISTORY ol a Brigadeknown first as
"Gregg's" and subsequently as Mc?
Gowan's. By J. F. J. Caldwell. "SI.
Memoirs of the Confederate War. By
Yon Bireke, of thc Third Prussian Dra?
goons, latch' Chief of Staff to Gen. Stuart.
New America. By William Hepworth
Dixon, ant bor et "Holy Land," &c. i'2.75.
Magazines for A]'iii Leslie, Mad. De
niorest, Land We Love, &c. At
DUFFIE \ CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
Townsend & North's Old Stand.
pr BOXES ITALIAN MACCABONI.
O Casks English Pickles, White Onions.
Piccolili, Chow-Chow, Gherkins.
Domestic Pickles, Flavoring Extracts.
Real Worcestershire Sauce. Caper's.
Canned Peaches. Peas, Tomatoes.
Pure Cream Tartar, in foil.
Puro Sahul Oil, fino: Castile Soap.
Colman'.- and B. Ii. .Musiard.
Received to-dav and tor sale bv
March 2G C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
nr/\ BOXES ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
0\J G boxes SPERM CANDLES.
In store and for sale bv
March 2i; C. IL BALDWIN A CO.
CLOSED OUT ! !
GOOD Uli SH LINEN.
40c. per vari].
Good French Lawns. 25c.
li Bleached Shirting. lGc
Ladies' [Tose, good for 25c.
Gent's " " 2oe.
25 doz. Linenirdk?s, 12?c
20 " Silk H'dk'fs. eheao.
Lartio lot of Parasols and
Ladies" Silk Lmbrellas.
A ! ,S< >.
Kentucky Jeans. Cassi
meres, Brown and Blay Li?
March 20_ _
Mules for Sale.
THE undersigned offers for sale
FBfc-^ fifteen hoad bf WELL-BROKE
V9B MULES, from ! to 7 veara old.
1fclLnr-',M can bi seen at Mr. Charles
Logan's lot, on Si nate ?I feet.
March 23 0* J. F. GALLAHER,
Large and E
WHICH WAS BOUGHT ONLY
IMPORT?ES AT REDUCED F
QUICK SALES, AT
HAY: HAY:: HAY:::
IWILL soil, to the highest bidder, atthe
( liarl..tic and South Carolina Depot
THIS DAY. at 12o'clock,28bales HAY ai
owners- risk,) consigned to Karl A Leap
heart, .I?S. i;. UOSBOli??GH, '
Mn n i-, i Agent C. & s. c. lt. li. (jo.
W. T. WALTER
WILL sell at bis mart. THIS (TneedaV
MORNING, at Pt o'clock.
Wardrobes, bureaus, Safes. Chain*.
l$edst<;ads, Meal liln, Barrels and Bas?
salt, honking Glass, Hides
And a Show-case.
Flax Thread, Hooltsand Eves.
Buttons, Scarfs, Albums, Hose,
Drawer-, Hats, Shoes, Gloves, Cali .
Fepper, Mustard, and a variety .,; ani?
eles. Sale without reserve. March 20
YV, T. WALTER
WILL sell, in iron; of the C. nrt House <
MoNDAV NEXT, the 1st of Amil, at 1
28 I ? e
ig on Richards?
nd ronni*:; 1 tack
North by land
. Sonth bv heirs
he East 'by hi.
lie West bv li
ii purchasers b
O- o LOT, con!
House situate, bc
road, v. i; bin : he ?
tu tb sin
STOLEN, on Sunday night Ia
rom tin- subscriber's mill, ab.
cn miles from Columbia, a <??
SE MULE, somewhat chaf Hw
.ar: also, a common Wagon S
Iridie. Tho above reward will
?i deliverv of the mule to the -
it his mill, or to WM. DOUGL.
s "from Columbia.
20 3* .TAMES DOUGLAS
New Spring Goods'.
MUS. HEED respectfully
informs her friends and the
citizens generally, that she is
just, opening a new and com?
plete assortment of SPRING
MILLINERY, in all varieties.
Books and Secretary for Sale.
VSECRETARY, tilled with a choice and
carefully selected stock of books, em?
bracing tip- Queens of England: Louis
XIV: tho Waverly Novels; Thiers" Frond:
Revolution: Goldsmith's Poetical Works,
ide-in ail, about 120 volumes-arooffered
for sale at a bargain. For further particu?
lars, apply at this office. March 22
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of vere exceUent
FRENCH liON-BOXS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES. .PELLY CAKES, Ac. at
McKENZ 1 K's C(>NFF.CITO.-,ERY*.
Plain street, near Central House.
_Maroh 12 _
JOHH H. HEISiE,
O <> ? ?cetion o i* m
WI [OL ICS ALK \XJ) RETAIL!
/BANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
V..' as cm be laid down herc from th.
North. <s3?r Corner of Plain and Mario::
Str.,-;-. .Feb:; _
rpi ns D.W. H. A. Meetze, Commissioni :
j in Equity, died a petition in the Ordi?
nary's Ofbeo." praying for Letters of Admi?
nistration on the" estate of Draton Gani,
deceased. These arc, therefore, to cite
and admonish ab and singular tho kindred
and creditors ot' the said deceased, to bc
and appear in the Ordinary's Court, at
Lexington C. lb. on Monday,"the loth da:
of April nea, to .-bow cause, if any they
can. whv the said Letters of Administra?
tion should not bc granted.
( 'rdinary Lexington District.
Ordin?r?'* Office,"Lexington C. H.. S. t ..
March i. 1*07. Mardi ?2 tu5
CHECKS ON NEV/ YORK
VND CHARLESTON, in suras to sui:
purchasers, at .; premium.
Deposits rec( ived.
Cash advanced on consignments of Cot
ton and other produce.
Gold and Silver Coin, Raid? Rills. Stocks
Rends. Coupons and Exchange bought au.
sold bv EDWIN J. SCOTT,
Feb'::? tu In the Rank Building.
ALL persons having demands agaius
JOHN BATES, deceased, will han
them in, legally attested; and all person
indebted t.. th.- ( state will make paymc-n
to th- Executors, at Gadsden 1'. <>.. .?
Kingsville, l?chland District, bv Express
JOHN S. RA I ES,
Jan 1") tnlS Executors.
'ROM MANUFACTURERS AN3
[CES. WE ENTEND MAKING
SMALL PilOITTS !
SITBRS & CO.,
Opposite old City Hotel.