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CoiiK, ,P?brp%ry ll.r~?. mob of
Fenians drove the police through tim
streets with fire-arms; none hurt.
Burlingame has arrived at Shang?
hai, en rdide Westward. A shook of
v.ViMrjii'ni: au out?u($uui uuuocu cuii
sidcru ble consternation^ The Impe?
rials claim that they are gaining
frews Items. ' '
CnARiiESOTN, February ll.-Ar?
rived-Steamers Charleston, Souder
and Minmi, New York.
FORTRESS MQNBOK. February IL
The brig Vulcan, from Boston for
.Charleston, put in here-the crew
MoNTaoiiERY, February ll.--In
thirty-four Counties, the Tote for tbe
Constitution stands 51,733; registra?
tion in same Counties 111,269-this
includes all the negro. Counties but
Hale and Marengo. The twenty-?ix
remaining Counties have a white
majority, and will not vote at.all. To
carry the Constitution, 86,000 will
have to be polled.
WASHINGTON, February ll.-Judge
Black tiled a bill yesterday-the
State ol Georgia rs. Grant, Meade,
Buger ct a!. Black endeavors tc
avoid the grounds which lead to th?
dismissal of the former case. EA
parte McCardle still held the court
Tho majority o? the bar inoiine tc
the opinion that it will also be dis?
The Judiciary Committee staue
four to three against Edmunds' bil
Grant's lust letter closes by dis
claiming any intention on his pnrt
now or heretofore, to ditwjboy an]
legal order of the President.
Guthrie has resigned the Keutuck;
The President has nominate!
Henry F. Heriot Collector of Cua
toms at Georgetown, S. C.
, The Reeonstraetlon Convention?.
CHARLESTON, February IL-No
thing of importance was done iu th
Convention. Adjourned early, to gc
NEW ORLEANS, February ll.-Aftc
a stormy and disorderly debate, tc
day, the Convention adopted a rest
lution allowing members and eu
ployees 30 per cent, additional t
their per.diem rate. A motion t
reconsider waa offered, when nnotht
scene of disorder occurred, durin
- ? ? ?
WASHINGTON, February ll.-In tl
House, after some personal exp?an;
tions of the rights of Americat
abroad, resumed and wildly discusse
tho President's response to Gran
with accompanying document
which were read and referred to tl
Committee on Correspondence. Tl
President was called on for Graut
response. An amendment sLrikir
out an appropriation for Assistai
Secretary, Pardon Clerk and fourl
class clerks employed by tho Pre.?
dent, was adopted. The Preside)
eent Grant's response to tho Hous
which was referred to the Committ
In the Senate, a petition from tl
Convention of Georgia, for loan
$30,000,000 to planters, and fro
Mississippi for rebef of tho destitu?
! were presented. Reconstruction w
resumed and disenssed to executi
The President and Clea. Grant.
WASHINGTON, February ll.-T
President, in his letter to Gnu
opens: "The extraordinary characl
of your letter of the 3d would set
to preclude a reply; but the mann
in which publicity has been given
tho correspondence whereof that 1
ter forms a part, and the grave qa
tions iuvolved, induco this mode
giving a proper sequel to the comn
nications which have passed betwc
us. Statements of five members
tho Cabinet, who were present di
ing the conversation on tho 14th, a
copies of their letters to me, aro <
closed." Quoting from Grant's 1
ter, tho President says: "Whon
controversy upon matters of f
reaches a point to which this has b;
brought, farther assertion or der
between the immediate parties sho
cease, especially where on either s
it loses the character of respect
discussion, which is required by
relations in which the parties sb
to each other." After quoting ivgf
the President says: "The point
that before you changed your vic
you had secretly determined to
tho very thing which you at last
-surrender tho office to Mr. Stant
You may have changed your view.
I .to tba law, but you certainly did not
change your views as to the course j
you had marked . ont for yoursolf
from the beginning." Tho President
argues at some length the legality, of
his order to Grant to disregard Stan?
ton's orders, making the point that
Grant will not obey his direct orders,
bat will obejl uu> ibu ir cot orders, tho
President concludes: "Without fur?
ther comment upon tho insubordi?
nate attitude which you haye as
Burned, I am at a loss to know how
yon can relieve yourself from obedi?
ence to the orders of the President,
who is made by the Constitution the
Commauder-in-Chief -of the army
and navy, and is therefore the official
superior as well of the General of the
Army as of the Secretary of War."
The following is the President's
letter to the Secretaries present at
the 11th of January conversation:
"This morning's Chronicle contains
the correspondence between the Pre?
sident and Gen. Grant, reported
from the War Department, in answer
to a call from the House, which 'calls
attention to the cor resp on de nee-and
especially that part relating to the
conversations between Grant and the
President, and requests a statement
of what was said on that occasion."
Secretary Welles says: "My recol?
lection of the conversation corres?
ponds with yonr statement of it, in
your letter of the 31st January. The
three points specified in that letter,
giving your recollection of the con?
versation, are correctly stated."
Secretary McCulloch says: "I can?
not undertake to state tho precise
language used, but I have no hesita?
tion in saying that your account of
that conversation, as given in your
letter to Gun. Grant of the 31st, sub?
stantially and in all important parti?
culars accords with my recollection
Seoretary Randall says: "I hav?
read carefully tho correspondence ir
question, and particularly the lettei
of the President to Gen. Grant of th(
31st. The following extract fron
that letter is, according to my recol?
lection, a correct statement of thc
conversation that took place bet weer
the President and Gen. Grant, at th?
Cabinet meeting on tho 14th of Janu
arv." Randall then quotes the Pre
sidon t's version.
Seward's letter is quite long, giv
inga detailed account of his recoll?e
tion of what occurred, quoting tin
substance of what occurred. Se wan
says: "I did not understand Grant a
denying nor as explicitly adtnittinf
these statements in the form und ful
extent to which you made them. Hi
admission of them was rather indi
root and circumventive. I did no
understand it to bo an evasive one.'
Seward's letter caused shouts of alter
nate derision and incredulity fron
the Republicans,* as his cautious nar
rut iv i proceeded.
Secretary Browning's letter is alsi
quite long, and mainly a repetition.
Graut has already written a reply
opening as follows: "I have th
honor to acknowledge tho receipt o
your commnnication of the 10th inst,
accompanied by statements of fiv
Cabinet officers of their reooUectio;
of what occurred in Cabinet meetin
on the 14th of January. Wi thou
admitting anything contained i
these statements, where they di fie
from anything heretofore stated b
me, I propose to notice only thu
jrtion of your commumcatio
therein I am charged with insuhoi
dination." Grant then proceeds t
argue the point at some length.
Limestone Springs Female Hig
KEV. WM. CURTIS, LL.D., PRINCIPAL.
TUE ensuing session of th
/yZfisk SCHOOL will cotunionco <
tilC9B^\SKDNKSDAY. tho 19th day i
HVt?Jf'S F? hruary next.
J&?mr It is requested that appliui
CsJs?^ tious for admission he made i
soon as possiblo to Ur. CURTIS at tl
School; answers will bo returned in ear
instance, and parties then applied for wi
bo met by Dr. CURTIS at tho most conv
nient point on tho lino of railroad bet wei
Charleston and Pacolet Depot, at the opo:
ing of the School.
Terms, payable in advance, in currone
ncr Bession of live mouths:
Board, including washing, fuel,
lights, ftc.#75 i
Tuition in all English branches- 25
Stationery, pens, ink, paper, Ac. ... 1
The above is required forr-ach Pi.t.il; tl
following aro optional:
Tuition on tho Piano. $25
Uso of Piano. 2
Tuition on tho Quitar. 20
Vocal Lessons, soparate. 20
Vocal Leesons, in class. 10
Tuition In French or Modern Lan?
guages, each. 20
Tuition in Drawing or Painting..... 20
No other charge will be made, except 1
Books and private Stationery furnished.
Helaltsh'a Crimina Tetter Wm.?
for Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Woi
Spot?, Ronghne-s of tho Skin-a cure 1
Tetter and Ringworm.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL..
.COLUMBIA, February ll.- Sales of
cotton to-dav 350 bales-tuiddliug
7 ly. M.-Cotton more active, and
J?@1e. better; sales 7,500 bales, at
2?>.J(?/21. Flour firm, and ratber
mom doinjr. Corn npnn-d h?gher,
but closed ipiiet-Western mixed new
email@example.com; Southern -bite 1.22@
1.27. Pork 23%. Larv. firmer, at
14*4@15>?. Freights firmer-cotton
sail 5-16@7-2G; steam Gold
NEW YORK, February ll-Noon.
Gold 42^. Sterling 9%. Corn >.,c.
better. Pork firmer, at 23.50. Lard
a shade firmer, at 14015. Cotton
firmer, at 20.^<ai20t?. Freights firm.
BALTIMORE, February ll.-Cotton
steady, at 20. Flour dull and nomi?
nally unchanged. Corn firm; sales
of white and yellow, at 1.20. Oats
active and advanced Sc.-78@80.
Rye firm, at 60@65. Bulk should?
ers 9%, rib sides ll1^; clear rib 12.
CINCINNATI, February ll.-Mess
pork 22.50, but generally held at 23.
Bacon in demand-shoulders 10;
clear sides 13. Lard quiet, at 14.
CHARLESTON, February ll.-Cotton
active and advanced ,'?; sales 1,400
AUGUSTA, February ll.-Cotton
market advanced; sales 980 bales;
receipts 830-middling 19.
MOBILE, February ll.-Cotton
market irregular throughout the day,
and closed excited-middling 20;
sales 4,000 bales; receipts 697.
NEW ORLEANS, February ll.-Cot?
ton active and advancing-middling
19^@19},i; sales 6,500 bales; re?
ceipts 2,092. Flour easier-super?
fine 10.25; choice 14.75? 15.50. Corn
dull, at 1.00(^1.05. Pork firm, at
26V4@25>.<. Bacon firm-shoulders
llij ; clear sides 14>4'. Gold 41 J?.
I LIVERPOOL, February ll-Noon.
Cotton opened firmer and advanced
l-16d.-uplands 8%\ Orleans 8??.
^LONDON, February ll-3 P. M.
Bonds firmer, at 71??@7l}?.
1 LIVERPOOL, February 11-3 P. M.
Cotton buoyant-uplands 8% on tho
spot; 8h? to arrive. Manchester ad?
vices favorable. Yarns and fabrics
firmer and higher.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE firm of J. C. 8EEOERS A CO. has
been dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN C. SEEG ESS,
All persons indebted to the late firm of
J. C. 8EEOERS & CO., either hy account,
or note, ara respectfully requested to come
forward at once and settle with either of
tho undersigned, as it is absolutely neces?
sary that the debts duo the late Arm of J.
C. Heegers A Co., be promptly p<tid.
JOHN C. REEOERS,
Tho undorsigued would hereby give ex?
pression to his gratitude to his many and
kind frionds for their patronage, ivhile ho
was a momber of the firm of J. C. SEE?
OEltS A CO., hoping also that the samo
will bo extended to Mr. O. DIEItCKS, who
continues the business on his own account,
and will do his utmost to render satisfac?
tion to all who may favor him with their
custom-while I intend to give my entire
attention to my Rrewerv.
Au ample supply, sufficient for the city
and country, of pure REER, always on
Prompt attention will be givon to all
orders left at Mr. Q. Diercks' store.
JOHN C. 8EEGER8.
The undersigned will continue the busi?
ness at tho old stand, where he will always
keep on hand a select stock of GROCE?
RIES, WINES, BRANDIES, TOBACCO,
SEQ A RS, Ac.
WATCHES and JEWELRY repaired in
a workmanlike manner, promptly and
The LAO ER BEER 8ALOON will bo re?
opened in tho basement. Tho BILLIARD
ROOM will be CLOSED until further no?
tice. O. DIERCKS.
NOW IN STORE.
R. & W. C. SWAPFIELD
AHEAD AS USUAL!
SUITS FRO? $7.36 TO $60,
AF?LL LINE OF
New Styio PAPER and LINEN COLLARS.
A splendid lino of FRENCH and ENG?
LISH CASSIMERE. which will be mado to
ordor in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW
Everything that ia new in the way of
N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly all of
OUB OWN MANUFACTURE.
R^pt 20_ _MAIN STREET
Drag* ?nd Medicine!, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in tho world, at
Fishor A Heimtsh's new store.
Moots, Shoes, IL il? and Clothing.
D. C. PEIXOXTO & SON
WILL HHII, ai their Auction Store, THIS
MORNING, at 10 o'clock, without re?
servo, th? contents of Store declininz
buaincsB, cdumstiug of,
MEN'S WATER-PROOF BOOTS.
. neil's Brogans,
Coa?, Pauta, Drawers,
Culieocs, Long Cloths.
And many other articles trio n mnorous to
mention. Salo positive. Conditions cash.
Splendid Furniture, Dry Goods, dbe. '
BY M. W. BYTHEWOOD.
TO-MORROW MORNING, the lfrth Risa.,
at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my Auction
1 7 Octave Mahogany PIANO, .
3 Mohair Mahogany Beckers,
1 .? " Wine Chair,
6 " M Parlor Chairs,
6 ". '' Bed-room Chairs,
2 Mahogany Tete-a-Tetes,
1 very tine Chess and Game Table,
1 Mahogany Marble-top Centre Table,
1 .* " Card Table,
1 Gilt Frame Mantel Glass, 4 feet long,
1 fino Brussels Carpet; 1 Etarge,
1 Oil Painting, (Cleopatra;) 2 Tables,
1 Oil Painting, (Stonewall Jackson,)
8 Splendid Pictures-painted on glass,
1 tine Leather Covered Lounge,
1 Mahogany Crib; 2 fine Piano Stools,
1 lot China'Crockery,
1 lot Decanters and Glassware, ,***'
TT Kl Misa, wuaiiuiiiio, ac.
To close consignments, a lot of BOOTS,
Shoos, Dry Goods, Ac. Articles for salt
receivod np to hour of sale. Terms casi
ondelivery. Feb 12
Cloning Stock of a Country Store.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON THURSDAY MORNING nest, at 1(
o'clock, weather permitting, I will sell, a
A general varictv of DRY GOODS, Cloth
ing. Hats, Shoes, Fancy Articles, Cutlery
Hardware, School Books, Medicines, Arni;
and Navy Pial?la, Ac. Sale 'without re'
Berve. Feb ll
Closing Stock of a 'segar Establishment.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
CN THURSDAY MORNING next, at 1
o'clock, I will sell, at the store of L
Hartman, on Assembly street, near th
3,050 SEGARS, Conchas,
50'i 0? rrantes,
l.ooo Extra Fine,
2,700 Assorted Brands,
500 lbs. various qualities Smokin
Tobacco, Army Scales, Snow Caso, Ac.
The ab. >vo will positively bo ?old to clos
the concern. Feb ll
James Windsor, Nathaniel Ramsay, tb
Trustees of Church of tho Mutilator, vi
JamoH T. Sims, J. M. Rutland, C. I
Ford, Executors of N. A. Peay.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to m
directed, issuing out of the Court i
i .ii n 11 v for Richland District, I will nell, o
tho FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY <
March next, at the Court House in Coluu
All that Lot of LAND, situate, lying an
being in tho city of Columbia, in the Dit
trict and Stato aforesaid, containing on
acre, moro or less, bounded on tho Nore
by lot now, or formerly, of C. McF'io an
John Davis, East by a lot bought by I
Ramsay from N. A. I'eay, South by Latin
?tr -ot. West by lot of Trustees of Chun
of Mbdiator. Said lot being tiie preset
residence of James T. Kims, defendant.
Terms cash. F. W. OREEN, S. R. D.
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, d
rected to me. 1 will sell, on tho PllttJ
MONDAY and TUESDAY in March nox
in front of the Court Honeo, in Columbi
within thu legal hours, tba following pr
300 acres of LAND in Richland Distric
bounded on the North by lauds of -
Kerrison, East by landa of- H oj war
West by Mrs. W. Clarkson, and South I
Henry Pritchard; levied on aa the proper
of tho estate ot George Huggins, at tl
suit of tho State of Month Carolina f
200 acres of Land, moro or less, in Ric
land District, bounded on the North by
G. Brovard, East by J. J. Chappell, Son
by Thomas Davis, and Wost by estate
Wright Denley; levied on as the proper
of tho estate of B. Gunter, at thu suit
the State of South Carolina for taxt_.
458 ?loren of Land, in Richland Dietrii
bounded on the North by R. Munson, El
by John McLaiiehlin, West by i)a\
Atlama, and South by J. Bates; levied
as the property of estalo of John Hail
cock, at the suit oi tho State of South I
roliua for taxes.
249 acres of Land, in Richland Diatri
hounded on the North by estate uf -
Doby, East by Wm. Goff, ?south by Rei
Miloa. and Weat by lanela of-Bari
levied on aa the property of Jeremiah 1
tbany. at tho suit of the State of Sou
karolina for taxoa.
450 acras of Land, in Richland Diatri
bounded on tho North by E. Atkinst
East by P. Brown and J. D. Evans, bot
by Isaac Walker, and Weat by Mrs. C. V
eon; levied on as tho property of the
tate of John Braze!, at tho suit of t
Stato of Month Carolina for taxes.
250 acres of Land, >n Richland Diatri
hounded on tho North-east by John Wag
South-east by John Fields', South-west
Wm. Higgins, and North-west by W. G.
Barde?; urned oa^fr.tire property of M.
8. Higgins, at the aiuTof the State of South
Carolina fur taxe*. -
310 acree ot Land, more or leas, in Rich?
land District, bounded on the North by J.
L. Dixou, Routh by John Blizzard. Eaet by
Nathan Jone?, and Weet by David Jonen-,.
known ?? Jor>es' "Old place:, Izv'.z:! os OS
the property of the estuteof* Daniel Jonesj
at thc snit of the State of South Carolina
45 acres of Land, adjacent to the city of
Columbia, bouuded as follows: North and
East by estate of J. C. Walker, South by
Boundary street, and Wist by the Fair
Ground; levied on as the property of Wm.
Summers, at the suit of the State of South
Carolina for taxes.
The House and Lot, on Richardson
street, in the city of Columbia, bounded on
the North by estate of G. Starling, West
by-Foot, South by Green street, and
Eaat by Richardson street; levied on as the
property of Daniel Scott, at the snit of the
State of South Carolina for taxes.
A vacant Lot. on the corner of Richard?
son and Laurel streets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing 1 acre, more or less,
and bounded on tho North by Laurel street,
on the Cast by Richardson street. South
by estate of Charles Beck, and West by
Assembly street; levied on as the property
of Keating & Ball, at tho suit of the State
of South Carolina and city of Colnmbia for
Hie House and Lot, on the corner of
.Taylor and Henderson streets, in the city
of Columbia, and bounded on the North by
Taylor street, South by J. P. Adams, East
by Wm. Monck ton, and West by Hender?
son street; levied as tua property of John
(HUSH, trustee, at the suit of tho State of
South Carolina for taxes.
1 square of Land, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on the North by Laurel street,
East by Huger street, South by Blauding
street, and West by Williams street; levied
on as the property of J. Lumsden, for
taxes, aad to be sold at the risk of John
D. Bateman, the purchaser at former sale.
Terms c??h. F. W. ?BEEN,
Feb 9 f ,_8. B. D.
BY virtue of eundry writs of fieri facias,
to me directed. I will ?ell, on the
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY tn March
next, before tho Court House in Columbia,
within Ute legal hours, tho following pro?
All that lot, piece or parcel of LAND,
npon which is situated tho Hotel known m
tho "Shiver House," in the city ot Colum?
bia, and bounded on the Eastbv estate of
J I. Walter, South by Plain street, Weet
by J. C. Jimney's lot and Gatos street, and
North by Catholic Church lot; levied on
as the property bf William Shiver, at the
suit of Robert* C. Hhiver and the State of
South Carolina for taxes.
The House and Lot, on the cornor of
Gervais and Bull streets, in the city of
Columbia,.known as thu late residonce of
John BausRolt," deceased. The lot con?
tains 1 1-3 acres, moro or less, bouuded as
follows: South hmlcrvais street. East by
Bull street, Westby Dr. Leland's lot, and
North by Lady street; levied ou aa the pro?
perty of John' Buuskctt, at tho suit of W.
H. Oibhes, Wm. A. Harris, et al. This
property will be sold at thc risk of Mrs.
Sophia Bauskett, the former purchaser
ehe having failed to comply with terms of
All that, lot or parcel of Land, in the city
of Columbia, on which ia erected a large
Machino Shop and Foundry. The tot con?
tains about 24 acres, and bouuded North
by Bichland street, East by E. W. Mar?
shall's lot and homestead of defendant,
South by Laurel street, and West by Lin?
coln street; levied on as the property of
Wm. Glaze, at the suit of E. J. Arthur TB.
'Perms cash. F. W. GBEEN,
Feb 9 t 8. B. D.
"The Queen of Medicine."
AN ascription of praise more worthy the
triumphs of art than gilded obelisks,
or monuments of stone, is tho voluntary
testimony of a grateful people A thou?
sand hearts, and as many ready tongues,
yield a willing and a thankful tribute of
praise to the merits of that incomparable
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
These are tho living trophies:
"Snatched from the curse disease has
To speak thc triumphs skill has wrought."
In the brief period of twelve months,
ovor 3,000 cases have been treated so suc?
cessfully as to entitle it to be the wonder
of tho ago.
For debility, prostration, nervousness,
mental depression, impaired digestion,
loss of appetite, restlesness, want of vital
force and low spirits, it is more invigorat?
ing and strengthening than all tho com?
pounds of bark or bitters. As a liver
invigorator, it is of inestimable value. As
a stimulant, it is safer and surer than all
tho ram and whiskey tonics of the day,
and if you value your lifo and health a
flin's fee, avoid these quickening stimu
ants to the gravo and use the Queen's
Delight. For s?le by
b FISHER A HEINITSH,
Jan 20 PrPfWiilL
Gun?, Pistola, Fishing Tackle, &c.
THE undersigned lias ro
moved his stock of goods in
tho above line to tho storo
r.iext to Fisher A Heinitsh's.
Guns and Pistols repaired and pat in
perfect order, at reasonable notice.
BEWING MACHINES Rspaired.
T. W. KRAFT,
' Main street, opposite Phceuix Office.
_ Aue 28_
6BBL8. Prime Whole OABOI.INABICE,
for salo by E. A G. D. HOPE.