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Friday Morning:, March 29, 1867.
Xiii: Xcxt North? rn Elections.
'JL'iic next election in the New Eng?
land States is that of Connecticut,
?which takes place on Wednesday
next, "Ul April. The result or it is
looked forward to with interest hy
the conservatives, and with anxiety
by the radicals of the North and East,
for it is thought that, all the issues
in tho canvass being on national
questions, it will determine whether
it is true or not that thc latter party
is decreasing in strength and popu?
larity in that and other New Eng?
It may be remembered that, at the
last election in that State, the two
parties were very nearly balanced
the radicals electing their Governor
by a small majority. Tho republican
journals all seem to fear defeat. The
Richmond Times, which heretofore
has regarded these matters with indif?
ference, remarks about the election as
"The defeat of the radical party in
Connecticut will undoubtedly furnish
gratifying j>roof that 'the tide is at
last turning.' All the issues in the
animated and active canvass now
going on there are broad, national
questions, and the conservatives have
indicted and arraigned tho radicals
for their destruction of the Constitu?
tion by the passage of the Sherman
bill. If, therefore, the radicals are
defeated iu Connecticut, we may ex?
claim, as the Russians do, at the close
of their long and terrible winters,
'TTie ice on the Neva is breaking np.
Laus Deo.' Laus Deo!' "
Wo have not much faith generally
in party triumphs of either the so
called Democracy or conservatives o
thc North; bat at this juncture o
political affairs in the country, thc;
may be somewhat important, fo
nothing but an extensive and effectua
political revolution at the North wil
bc, apparently, able to check the pre
gross of the dominant party in Cou
gross, in their measures of legislation
Connecticut may strike the "rstblow
Progress of itcionsiruction.
The New Orleans Times is a wei
conducted and influential journa
and although very Southern in i'
r.oue and sentiments, it writes ten
perately and hopefully of eveutu;
reconstruction under the late law <
Congress. While, with a largo in;
jority of the people, the Times d
plore i the harshness of some of tl
provisions of that law, it deprecafc
any angry opposition, and argu
that thc penalties imposed will no
after all, fall so widely as expected.
Speaking of the oath required,
says that "the gist of the whole ma
ter is, that the voter will support tl
Constitution and obey, not any kit
of laws. but the ians passed under t,
Constitution,'' and adds, that any tri
Southerner "would take it gladi
honestly and wi.li all his heart," if
brings rest..ration. The Times thin
that the number disfranchised by fl
oath is so small that the white ci
/.ens may continue to exercise gre
numerical influence at the polls,
Choy repudiate violent and imwi
counsels. The practical applicate
of this view, it is added, will be t
dovsed by two-thirds of the wh
community of Louisiana.
The same moderate views arc (
X>ressed by a majority of our Soul
ern exchanges, and from the mai
festations tims made at the begiuni
of Hie existence of military rule
the South, we may hope that a cc
tinuance of wise counsels andastr
adhesion to conservatism, to law a
to orderly conduct, will cause 1
progress of reconstruction to nit
onward smoothly, without sufferi
violence from any un lecessary obs
clo placed in its way. either by 1
authorities or the. people.
GEOKOIA.-A letter to a New (
leans paper from Augusta, Georg
says that enterprise is as dead in tl
State as if the country were a dose
There is a sickly trade in the ncc
saries of life, in which parchas
Lay by the ounce; or pound, a
sellers require to see the greenba
before they deliver their goods. ']
happy few who have a little ino]
hold on to it, and, heedless of till
tempting ?fters of three, four, 1
and even si:: lier cent, a mouth, w
all sorts of collaterals, prefer to k
- ?-?-???. ? .
There are seven candidates for
Louisiana Marshalship, the most \
-ninent being General Herron. G
oral Kirby Hmith i.s also a candid
MESSRS. EDITORS: For the infor?
mation of those readers of the Phoe?
nix and Gleaner who feel an interest
in the Bible work in South Carolina,
1 permit mc to make the following
The Clinton Bible Society, in
Laurens District, was organized in
the Presbyterian Church. Clinton, S.
C., on the 15th of March. Officers
R. S. Griffin, President; Rev. Wm.
P. Jacobs, Corresponding Secretary;
J. T. Craig, Recording Secretary; E.
T. Copeland, Treasurer; with a Board
of Managers of seven persons. 300
Billies and Testaments were ordered
from the parent American Bible So?
ciety, for gratuitous distribution,
principally among the freedmen who
can rend or may learn to rend.
Pursuant to appointment, the
Limestone Springs Bible Society, in
Spartanburg District, w;vs organized
on the 2ith of March, in the Baptist
Church, at Limestone Springs. Of?
ficers-Rev. Wm. Curtis, LL.D.,
President; Oliver P. MacArthur, Sec?
retary; H. G. Gaffney, Treasurer.
Board of Managers-Rev. Dr. Curtis,
O. P. MacArthur, H. G. Gaffney,
Col. Davidson. G. B. Humphries,
Jan...s Littlejohn, A. Ray, T. Harris,
M. Patrick, W. T. MacArthur. This
society embraces a field twenty-eight
miles loug and fifteen miles wide.
The Board of Managers have gone to
work in earnest, and have already
ordered 300 Bibles and Testaments
from tho parent American Bible So?
ciety, for gratuitous distribution
among all destitute readers alike.
Also, S'A) worth of fine bound gilt
Bibles were ordered for sale.
The ReidviUe Bible Committee was
recently formed, at ReidviUe, ii
Spartanburg District, and 300 Billil?
una Testaments were ordered from
the parent American Bible Society
for gratuitous distribution among
whites and freedmen, and for Sub
bath and other schools. Officers
Rev. R. H. Heid, President: Rev. E
T. Hyde, James Anderson and J. K
Gratifying reports of Bible dist?
tuition among all readers alike wen
recently received from auxiliaries
Bible committees and volunteer dis
tributors, in the Districts of (.'hester
Clarendon, Chesterfield, Marlboro
Darlington, York, Orangeburg, Spar
tanburg, Union, Greenville and th
African M. E. Church, Charlesto:
A clergyman, who is the efficieu
President of a District Bible Society
in the upper portion of this State, i.
his recent report to me, says:
"It is a matter of profound grat:
tilde that tl ie American Bible Soviet
is able and willing to do so much fi
us in this war-scathed and desolate
land. I doubt if all the commercis
interests, and the efforts growing or
of thom for the reconstruction of th
Union, are effecting as much in tin
direct ii'ti as the noble and Christin:
conduct pf that society. Add to thi:
the absolutely incalculable good it i
doing by scattering the pure Word c
God all over the civilized world, an
you have the grounds of a claim upo
the sympathy, Lue prayers and tl:
purse of every American, which u
right-minded man eau disregard."
As it is the earnest desire of tl
American Bible Society that evei
destitute reader in this State shoal
possess a copy of the Holy Scripture
all Bible Societies, Bible Committei
ami Missionary Societies are requi s
ed to upi'ly to nu: for Bibles an
Testaments for gratuitous uistrioi
tion. Those desiring books for th
holy purpose will say how many v
l?mes they need, and will give n
their address in full, with the name
their consignee in Charleston, or
any other port in this State.
With esteem and renard, most tra
yours, E. A. BOLLES,
Agent American Bible So, iety
i'm- South Carolina.
HEADQUARTERS, Columbia. S. (
March 28, 1807.
IMPEACHMENT.-We have a iiti
inkling of the grounds on windi tl
impeachment is to be carried on. ai
of thc specific charges to be mad
We are informed by the Washiugt(
Chronicle that General Howard w
examined before the House .Indicia
Committee, (which committee has t
impeachment matter before, it, j re!
tive to the President's orders abo
the Freedmen's Bureau, and his i
terference with the laws of Congrt
pertaining to it. The General w
also examined on the subject of t
restoration of the property of J
Davis, brother of Jell'., in Miss
sippi. General Rufus Saxton ga
testimony, yesterday, relative to t
restoration of tho sea islands of Son
Carolina to their rebel owners. Gc
oral Fullerton, who was before t
committee last week, will be examiu
again, to-day, touching the resto:
tion of the Sonic property." This
"a taste of thc quality" of thc charj
A negro made bis appearance
Fast Machias village, Maine, t
other day, and was quite a curios
to the young people, many of wh(
never saw a colored man bc'"ore.
TUE OLD CONSTITUTION.-It ap?
pears, and is evident to all, that the
old Constitution is defunct, as far as
it applies to the legislation of this
country at the present time. The
following from the New York Times,
a leading Republican journal, takes
this view, and its remarks will not
fail to elicit attention. It says:
"We may just as well lo? R this
matter in the face. rt i. quite use?
less to ignore the plain and palpable
fact that thc rebellion and the war
have revolutionized our Government.
Weare not living now under the Con?
stitution of 1780, but under an un?
written Constitution, which repre?
sents the national will as embodied
in the action of Congress. The limi?
tations of the old Constitution have
ceased to have binding force. Con?
gress exercises power never conferred
upou it, and denies to States rights
expressly reserved to theta by thc
GENERAL SICKLES.-tren. Rosen
crauz has tendered his resignation as
brigadier-general in the regular army.
Thc friends of General Sickles, the
commander of this military district,
are urging his name for the vacancy,
should the resignation be accepted.
The appointment is urged not only
on account of the military services
rendered by General Sickles, but the
State of New York claims the promo?
tion of one of her own sons, that
State having no officer of the rank of
f-eneral in the armv.
order assuming command of his dis?
trict, says very plainly that the peo?
ple are expected to orgauize a govern?
ment under the Sherman law. His
language follows :
"No general removals from office
will be made unless the present in?
cumbents fail to carry ont th-' pro?
visions of tln> law or impede the re?
organization, or unless a delay in re?
organizing should necessitate a
S ? idy crossing thc street expects a
gentleman driving a team to stop
until she gets across. That is right.
When a gentleman is crossing the
street and a lady is driving a team,
she again expects the gentleman to
stop until she gets ont of the way.
That is not right. When three ladies
are walking arin in arm on the side?
walk, and a gentleman meets them,
they expect him ro go into the gutter,
so they can pass. May be that is
right, but "we can't see it."
WISE COUNSEL.-The Richmond
Whig very truly observes: "This is
no time for division among our news?
papers, our legislators, or our peo?
ple; no time for. crimination or con?
troversy. We should all, if possible,
think, feel and act in unison. We
should all vote, amt vote together.
We should endeavor to attract the
support and co-operation of all men,
whatever their antecedents and what?
ever their color."
A Milwaukee paper tolls a story of a
terrier which attacked a rat at a grain
wv.rehouse, in that city, a few days
since; the rat squealed, the alarm was
repeated by other rats near by, and
in a moment a large swarm of rats
surrounded the unfortunate dog, gave
him battle, and, although Iii; made
terrible havoc among them, ultimate
Iv killed and nearly devoured him.
SHIP % BWS.
Pi >KT OP CHARLESTON. MARCH 2*.
A ra: rv : : n v Esn : r. DA v.
Steamship (?ranada. Bursley, New York.
Steamship Florida, Barstow, Baltimore..
Steamship Sea tiull. Dutton, Baltimore.
Ship Mary Ogden, Coldroy, Liverpool.
WENT To SKA YESTERBAY.
Steamship Monck?, Lobby, New York.
Norwegian hark Gladstone, Liverpool.
In Charleston, on the 26th instant, by
Btv. Mr. A. Mover, air. C. HAMBERG, of
Columbia, to .Miss LENA GOODMAN, of
the former city.
I BBLS. FAMILY FLOUR.
II M J :;.-> bbls. Western Soper. Flour.
Hocker's Self-raising Flour. Fer sale
low. E. & G. D. HOPE.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders md Strips.
IFIFTEEN THOUSAND lbs. PRIME
1 SIDES and SHOULDERS.
'2.000 lbs. Bacon Strips. For sr.!? low by
March 29 _E. A_G. D. HOPE.
CORN AND OATS.
TWO THOUSAND bushels primo White
and Yellow COHN.
500 bushels Feeding Oats. For sale bv
March 29 K. ,v (). I>. HOPE.
ASMALL invoice of gt miine HAVANA
SEGARS, for sale by
-March '21? E. .v G. T>. HOPE.
HARDWARE AT COST.
^-rv THE balance of our^fc^
ali P-1--1- 0f ?l.UiDWAUli^jir*
^^^^?will be s,,ld at COST.
e. STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PAR. 'S?
March 29 E. A G. D. Hol'K.
BACON! BACON 1 !
pi LEAR SIDES. Stripsand Shoulders -
\J all sound and sweet.
.March 22 .1. C. SEEGERS ft CO.
FLOUR! FLOUR ! !
E1IFT? bbis. Extra and Superfine Flour,
1 at J.C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
To ascertain if pickles contain a !
portion of copper: Thrust :i bright;
needle into one of the pickles and al?
low it to remain there for several
hours. If there is any copper present
it will be deposited on the needle, j
giving it the characteristic red color j
of the metal.
A brother and sister who had not',
met for forty-live years, lately had a
re-union dinner near New London,
Ohio. lue turkeys were carved with i
a knife forty-eight years of age. but;
the io vis, we hope, wore not corres?
NOVELTY; ix TAXNIX?.-.V tannery
luis been located at Rockford, III., in
which is employed the patented pro?
cess "ny exhausting the air from the
vat. The tanning is said to be ac?
complished in twelve hours, and that
of sheep skin in fifteen minutes.
Describing a new organ, a country
editor says, "the swell died away inj
delicious suffocation, like one sing
ing a sweet song under the bed :
; The first gobi coins, called '"gui- i
i neas,"" were struck in tin- reign of ?
: Charles II. ami received the linnie
: because they were coined from gold j
. brought from Guinea.
Brownlow :? engage.1 in quartering ,
1 bodies of negro State guards in every i
County in Tennessee, to control the !
j next election.
Splendid cavalry horses sold for
? five dollars apiece at Vera Crux. The
! French in Mexico have no further i
? use for them.
j The nows from tin* wheat crop in
almost all parts of Kentucky is favor
! able, [ti Tennessee also the crop is
? more extensive than usual.
It is believed that Gov. Brownlow.
! of Tennessee, cannot live much ;
longer. His present nervous disorder
grows more and more threatening.
M. Play proposes to erect a build- j
ing at the Paris Exhibition for the j
accommodation of members cd' the '
press from ali parts of the world.
' Madame Patterson Bonaparte lives '
. in a boarding house in Baltimore. '
i She is seventy-eight years of age-.
A seven years" nhl boy is in prison :
' for the sixth time in Boston, for lar- j
There are more lakes in Minnesota ?
' than in any other Stat'? i:i the Union, j
j it is the Lake State.
"None but ti; brave deserve the :
?fair." No; and none but the brave
can live-with some of them.
Liquors, Cordials & Syrups. ;
rrsT r.-c: iv. .-. : Ul'.] ass .mm ni ol
?) Choice WINES. WHISKIES,
BRANDIES. CORDIALS, SYRUPS,
Flavoring Extracts, of select qnalitv.
For sale I v GEO. SYMMERS.
I March 20 "_
Hams? Candles, &c
1 T71IFTY !. ?:cs Adai iambic CANDLES.
I JP 100 New Yolk Sugar-cured HAMS
~ Tierces and tubs pure LEAF LARD, Ac.
Fi>r sale bv CEO. SYMMERS.
! March 2ii
PINS GIG-ARS. I
' rp WENT Y THOUSAND CIGARS, from
j J_ common to best manufactured-thc
; finest assortment in tho cit v.
: Fin.- Chewing ami Smoking Ti >BACCO.
ii?* Choice GROCERIES, of every de
! script ion, received fresh dailv. For sale by !
! March 20 GEO. 'SYMMERS.
? Slate South Carolina-Richiand Dist, j
By Jacob Jiell, Ordinary nf said District.
i XTTHEREAS Thomas J. Gibson hath ap
?T plied to me for letters of administra?
tion on all and singular the g.!s andi
! chattels, rights and' credits of Georgo i
Bogle, late of the District aforesaid, de?
Thc.-.- ure. therefore, to cite and admo?
nish all and singular the kindred and
creditors id' t'nc said deceased to lie and
appear before me, at our next Ordinary'?
Court fo?- the said District, to be holdenat
Columbia on Monda ", the eighth day of
April next, at ten o'clock a. m.. to show
: cause, if any, why the said administration
j should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal ..ft he Court,
this twenty-third day of March, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
; hundred and sixty-seven, andin the nine?
ty-first vear of American independence.
Mareil 20 f2 Ordinary Bichl and Din?.
Books and Secretary for Sale.
j A SECRETARY, filled with a choice and
JT\_ carefully selected stock of hooks, em
j bracing thc Queens of England; Louis
1 XIV: the Waverly Novels; Thiers' French
Revolution: Goldsmith's Poetical Works.
etc.-in all, about 120 volumes-are offered
for sale at a bargain. For further particu?
lars, apply at this oftice. March 22
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
\rriIOLE and half barrels-fresh and
VV good. J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
GINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, Sec.
Jl'ST received, a fresh assortment of
GINGER SNAPS, CREAM CRACKERS,
Sugar Crackers. Soda Biscuit. Boston and
Butter Crackers. J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
MULES FOR SALE.
A NUMBER of line, well-broke
MUXES can bc seen at Joyner's
Hotel Stables. Prices reasonable.
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of verv excellent
FRENCH BON-BONS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, Ac, at
M< KEN*/.IE S C()N FECTK ERY.
Plain street, near Central House.
PERSONAL.-We were highly grati
fieil at receiving ? visit, yesterday
morning, from C. H. Largent, of the
Cincinnati Enquirer, who is un a tour
ol observation through tho South. 1
.Tor. PiUNTESG. - The -Too Oilier of
the Phrcnis is as complete as any in
the South. It is furnished with new
fonts of type of all descriptions and
of the most modern styles. All work
executed promptly, with taste and
skill, and at reasonable rates.
GENERAL COSTIN CANOE.-The court
at Chester commenced on Monday
last. Shortly after its organization,
the Solicitor. Major C. D. Melton,
moved that tho entire civil docket be
continued. The motion was heartily
concurred in by the various members
o? the bar. and the Judge so ruled.
This course' cannot be pronounced
"unconstitutional." and yet, tempo?
rarily, has thc same effect as if legis?
lation had deferred the usual pro?
ceedings on thc civil docket.
"YE LOCAL'S POLLY-TICKS."-Tin
facetious "local" of the Atlanta Ero
discourseth on his political status:
Orr. POLTTN s.- If we have been
asked once we have been asked a
hundred times during the week, what
is our political status. The down?
right absurdity of the thing induces
us to define our position.
We have no politics. A local editoi
has no more use for politics than a
hog has for the -1th of July, or a bull
has for gad-ilies. lie has no cst; foi
politics or any oilier ticks, except
the one on which he gets his tobacco,
or one containing about thirty-livi
pounds of feathers, to rest on whei
he is tired. Polities! why, the thin;,
is as dang? rous to him as a pet rattle
snake or a hornet's-nest '/ la chapeau
Af local editor is expected to bi
everybody's friend. lb: can't bi
that and have any politics. He Inn
as well try to stand :n a hollow with
out having a hill on either side o
him. He must, attend all meetings
political or otherwise, and be im
meuse?y enthusiastic on every occa
sion, f ie can't do timi, when it goo
against tin: grain, unless lie is ;
hypocrite, and we scorn the imputa
tion that implies tin1 latter. Xe
sirs! lu' must "hip! hi])!"' with thi
party, and "hurrah" with that oin
He must applaud Jones for bu?lyin?
Smith, and praise Smith wheu h
knocks the prop.-, from under Jones.
A good local editor, in addition t
a thousand other ipuiliiications. mus
bc :. good diplomatist. Ho must er
giueer his way among all parties an
creeds, but he must keep off of part
corns. No matter how good a pla!
form may be. there arc corny toe
that stand upon it. He must nc
step on these, or he is gone up.
We hope the men who so naive]
sally put sueh difficult questions t
us will se,- the absurdity of the thim
and do so no more. We must mov
around after items, must attend a
gatherings, w ould visit the "League
meetings if we had a free ticket o
the underground railroad, but v.
beg and implore the indulgent, dea
generous, excellent, inquisitive pul
lie to spare us all hard question
for we do assure them that politii
is as scarce with us as Mr. Spinner
autographs, the last one of wilie
lattei articles, in beautiful ?egiudil
on our last fifty cent? change bil
squirms in our dilapidated pocke
book every time we look in the me
barrel we keep for form's sake in 01
While we indignantly eschew po!
ties, we are. particularly fond of poi
ticians ami political meetings. Ol
of the latter is ?is good as a- eirci
any time. We like tu hear mi
speak at such meetings-praise tl
American eagle, which they con
hardly distinguish from a turke
buzzard-want to see him perch (
the top of a persimmon tree, ai
dip one w ing in the rolling Atlant
and the other in the placid wato
of the Pacific, and protect eve
mau in office who wants to hold on
We have heard men on such OCA
sions who could not buy a pint
goobers on credit land the Mag'
Charter which gives protection
property. Then we always feel
if we ought to be a politician, ai
talk too. Hut we are not one. !s
We don't want any office. \
see no use in any office except tic!
offices, post offices, and print!
offices. Sheriff's and bailiffs ollie
ought to be declared perfectly vacai
They are continually annoying hunt
men with a tax execution, or son
thing of the kind. Vide Hubba!
Nothing personal. Kven the olli
of policeman is annoying to hone
men who happen to take an hom
?lass too much, though it is pi
tor honestly. No, we don't want
50 into any office-not even a stati
[louse or calaboose.
We think we have defined our 1
sition. We certainly can't bo m
taken after this explanation, and
lope our good friends will not 1
is on our catechism any more. "\
?now who made Muses; but we do
enow who made the Missouri Co
Dromise; so we have no polit i
Not any. thank you!
SHOW POSTERS, HAN-MULLS, .VC
Our supply of type and facilities of
press-work enable us to turu out from
tho P7?oni.v office tb most attractive
stylos of posters, hand-bills, A-C, at
short notice, and in thc most -.\t;
SECRET POLITICAL SOCIETIES.-The
propio of the South, whit.-and color?
ed, at tais time, cannot lu- too often
warned against scent political or?
ganizations. Tu all sanguinary revo?
lutions, they were the main-springs
of action, and no Organization of the
kind can be healthful tv th,- body
GARDS! CARDS!-Show cards, busi?
ness cards, visiting ami wedding
cards, executed at the /'..'. - ? ? ,Jo1
Office, in the neatest styles of thc
art. Cards of all six.es constant!*,
on hand, and all orders from town or
country promptly attended t".
Nr.w C< U NTEHKEI rs. -S'?vera! c... -
terfeits on National Banks through?
out the country are noticed, ail of the
denomination of ?do. As all the
plates are the same for all banks for
the same denomination, tin-; publi?
have to study closely thegcnuine $10
plate to effectually meet tin? fraud,
for tiny will no doubt be change;",
from one bank to another, as circum?
stances may seem to warrant. Thc
signatures of the Registry of thc
Treasury and the United States Trea?
surer have boen well imitated, but th1
signatures of the officers of the bank
ave very poor, and plainly sh.cv tin y
have been printed. The back of tho
Jiote is not so well executed as th.
front, but the green coloring is very
CIRCULARS! CIRCULARS! -Cummer
cia! and other circulars, in thc-.: 'iou*
forms-note, letter ami comm rcia
post-neatly printed in. our -Tel
Office, and all work of this deserip
tion ?nishedin the best style o' print
ing, and at moderate prices.
(icu. Svmiaers -Choice uifpnu's. ...
I?, c. Peixotto -Auction This Da?
li. A G. L>. Hope-Fresh Arrivals'
J. A T. lt. Agnew-Wei! Fixture.
Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad.
Jacob Bell -Citation T. J. Gibson
in C. Peixotto-Cottage at Auction
Office Seaboard & Roanoke P.. R. Cc .
PORTSMOUTH, MAKCU 22, It??7.
IT has boon understood by tlc officers ::
charge of transportation cia tho Sea?
board inland Freight Route, that letters
addressed lo the Railroad Agent at Ports
mouth, on the subject of freights, are un?
answered, and that, in consequence, causes
of delay arc not explained and claims fi :
lossbs and damage unsettled: and as tlc
Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad Company
who are the forwarding agents for thc line,
arc satisfied that these causes of complaint
arc not due to their agents, but to the in?
accuracy of tin- mails, in order to test chi.
subject, thc Manager of thc- Seaboard
poad requests that whenever persons hav<
written to thc undersigned, Agent of the
Seaboard Road, and after waiting a reason?
able time for a reply, have not received i:
that they will address him a letter, enclos?
ing a duplicate of tim letter they had pre?
viously addressed to the Agent, if this is
complied with, and tho Manager ..; thc
assurance that it shall Le promptly inves?
tigated and replied to.
This Air-line Freight Route chili..- to bi
thc most expeditious and*direct rou;- . an :
avoiding, to a great extent,'marine hisur
ance;' ai?o, thc
CHF'APEST FREIGHT ROUTE BE
T VV MEX T11E NORTHERN Cl T [Es
AND NORTH AND sul'i'i!
C A RORI N A .
As freight consigned by the compa?
nies' connecting steamers is forwarded
from Portsmouth within twenty-four hours
aft er being landed, there is no reason foi
delays; and although freight may some?
times bc mis-sent, it will in such, cases b
promptly traced, and if not found, v> iii bi
The companies forming this lim cann?
he responsible for thc rapid transportation
of freights, or for charges upon it. unless
sent from Boston by thc Boston and Nor?
folk Steamship Company, end of Centre
Wharf; from New York, by the "Old Do?
minion" Steamship Company. Pier 87,
North River;from Philadelphia, hy Clyde's
Lim: of Steamers, ll North Delaware Ave?
nue, or oin the !tAnuamessic': Line Depot.
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
Railroad: and from Baltimore, cia the Ba;
Line Steamers, foot of Union Dock.
For freight shipped to the Seaboard"
Company by schooners or by other steam?
ship lines, the companies cannot In- respon
sibfe until landed on their wharves. Pe?
sons writing about freight that has not
reached them, will please be careful tc
state the date of shipment, by whom ship
ped, from what place, by what linc c
steamers, and, if possible, enclose r. cop;
of tin- through receipt to
.JAS. W. M.CARRICK.
Trace Agent Seaboard Inland Air-line.
JOHN M. ROBINSON.
Managing Director and Gen'l Sup t
March 29 Imo
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X BOXES ITALIAN MACCARONI.
?J Casks English Pickles. White Onions
Piccolili. Chow-Chow. Gb. rk'.ns.
Domestic Pickles, Flavoring Extract?,
Real Worcestershire Sauce, Caper's.
Canned Peaches, Pea*, Tomatocr.
Pure Cream Tartar, in foil.
Puro Salad Oil. rim -. Castile Soaj .
C..lilian's and B. B. Mustard.
Received to-dav and for sale bv
March-J'; C. il. BALDWIN A CO