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' CONOOBI>, N. H., March 10-9 P.
H.-Despatches from radierai . and
Democratic 's o ur c es i ndi o?te' th at th e
radicals have carried tub State .by
about 3,4)00. < ,
MANCHESTER, N. H.,March 10.
Dennis McCarthy's house was burned
^-day.' ssd Einsah. Sullivan, a^u
twenty, perished in tbs flames.1, r....
CHABIIEST?N, March 10i-Arrived
ateaiaer Saragossa, New York. ' Sailed
f -nchoonors Hartstene, Havre; W. S.
Donghteb and Montgomery, Nsw
AUGUSTA, March 10.-The Central
Executive .Democratic Committee
me?ta at. Macon on Thursday, for the
purpose of. organizing an activo cum
' paign against. the. adoption - of the
' Teconstruction Constitution. ,
Wrj?irNGTON, March 10.-There
?was an immense gathering of con?
ger yatives in the theatre this evening;
largo numbers railed to obtain seats.
The building was densely crowded
with ladies. Hon. Hiigh Waddell
presided. Spoeclies by George V.
Strong, Col. Bj H. Cowan and Judge
S. J. Poison. The utmost enthusi?
asm prevailed. ? The news from New
Hampshire produced considerable
gloom, but not unexpected by tb oso
Who had watched tho progress of the
canvas in that St at e.
Tile Iliconstruetlon Conventions.
CHABTJEOTON, March IO,-The Con?
vention is striving to close its busi?
ness and adjourn by the end of this
ATALANTA, March 10.-The 20th of
April luis been set apart for tho elec?
tion of all civil and municipal officers
in the State, as well as for tho vote
on the' Constitution. Ben. Hill
spoke' to-day, tp an audience of over
2,000 persons. Ho bitterly opposed
the ratification, and denounced thc
Convention. There was much on
Nsw ,OBLEANS, March 10.-The
Committee of Three appointed tc
wait on Gen. Hancock, and inform
him that the Constitution was readj
to be submitted to the people, reported
that the General - expressed doubt;
whether, under the reconstructior
law, the election of officers conld bc
held at the same time that the ratifi
cation or rejection of the Constitutor
was determined; bot would tejegrapi
to' Washington for instructions. ." ?
motion of adjournment was adopted
with a proviso that if the Const itu
tion be ratified; the Convention ebal
stand adjourned sine die.
The press of this State strongh
deprecate the departure of Genera
Hancock from this District.
? ??? '
Interesting from Washington.
WASHINGTON, March 10.-Full Ca
binet meeting to-day, includinf
Thomas as Secretary of War. Th?
President ordered Grant to send hin
no communications through Stanton
Internal revenue receipts, to-day
A -revenue officer in Huntsvill
writes to the department that tber
are fifty illioit distilleries in that dis
The Senate passed a resolution ad
mitting persons to the galleries ty
ticket during the impeachment trial
A Samuel Strong, arrested on a re
^ quisition of tho Governor of Vir
ginia as a fugitivo from justice, wa
brought before Judge Fisher on i
writ of habeas corpus. After a shor
discussion, Judge Fisher decided b
release the prisoner, on two grounds
First-Because Virginia is not :
State in the Union; that tho procla
jual ions of the President, and mor
particularly Congress by its legisla
tion, have expressly refused to recog
nize Virginia and the other Southon
States as forming States of th
Union; that the requisition of Gov
Pierpont cannot bo recognized untie
the Act of Congress, providing fo
tho rendition of fugitives from jue
tice as the net of the executive au
.thority of a State of tho Unito<
States, Second-That thero is n
affidavit with tho requisition, show
ing that Strong is a fugitive froi
WASHINGTON, March 10.-lu th
House, the Reconstruction Commi
too reported tho foP?ftffj?g; Where;
the people of Alabama, in pursuanc
of the provisions of an Act of Cot
gresa entitled "An Act for the moi
effectual government of the rein
States," passed Maroh 2, 1807, an
tho Acts supplementary thereto, Inn
framed a Constitution of State G<
vornment which i* republican i
form; and yh?reas, at an election j
livid commencing on tho4th of Feb*
ruar-f,-1868,*a large majority of tho
legal , TO tem of said State voting at
said cleo ti ou Toted for the adoption
of said Constitution; therefore,.
Be it" enacted, etc., That the' said
State of Alabama shall be recognized |
and admitted as ono of the States of
these United States of America, and
shall bo entitled to'representation in
Congress as soon a? tho Legislature
C? .'-r.id S th tc, tho ukc?iuurs o? wlii?u
were elected at tho election men?
tioned in the preamble to this Act,
shall have duly ratified tho amend?
ment to tho Constitution of tho
United States-proposed by the thirty
ninth Congress, and known as article
SEO. 2. And be it further enacted,
That said State of Alabama shall be
recognized and bo admitted into the
Union, upon the following condi?
tions, to wit: That the right of suf?
frage of citizens of the United States
shall never bo denied or abridged in
said State, on account of race, color,
or previous condition of servitude;
and Congress shall have the power to
repeal auy Act of said State Legisla?
ture, in violation or in derogation of
the provisions of this Act It was
made tho' special order for to-mor?
row. The bill selling lands in South
Carolina islands, passed. It con?
firms Lincoln's instructions to the
tax collectors in 1863. Persons who
acquired claims under Sherman's
order of 1865 must obtain warrants
before tho 1st of May, 1868. Land
to be sold in small lots, at nominal
prices, to negro residents and heads
of families. The Committee on
Freedmen's Affairs introduced a bill
continuing tho Freedmen's Bureau
ono year, and authorizing the Secre?
tary of War to re-establish it where
discontinued. The bill repealing the
tax on ni an n fae tures was resumed.
It involves $60,000,000 decreaso in
revenue, and goes into effect 1st of
April. It exempts everything but
spirits, liquors, oil, gas, certain kinds
of wines and tobacco, and passed 122
to 2. Schenck stated that the Com?
mittee favored the continuance of
two dollars on whiskey.
FINANCIAL AND COJIMKllCUL.^
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 10.-Sales
of cotton to-doy 2?0 bales-middling
NEW YORK, March 10-Noon.
Sterling 9?<j. Gold 40. Flour dull
and unchanged. Wheat very firm.
Corn 2@3c. lower. Mess pork 24>?
?24%. Cotton quiet and drooping,
at25@25;.<. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton less aotive and a
shade lower, closing steady under
favorable Liverpool, advioes; sales
2,100 bales, at 25?25>.<. Flour and
wheat unchanged. Corn 3@4c. low?
er-Western mixed 1.26? 1.28;
Southern whito email@example.com. Mess
pork 24.62. Lard duh, at 14%@16.
Freights dull-cotton sail %; steam
%. Gold 39%. Sterling 9??.
BALTIMORE, March 10.-Flour firm
and active-super 9.50?l-l; extra
11@12. Corn higher-white 1.15;
yellow 1.20. Wheat firm-red 2.75?
2.90; white 2.75@3. Bye 80. Cot?
ton steady, at 25.
CHARLESTON, March 10.-Cotton
inactive and i?@lo. lower; sales 270
bales-middling firstname.lastname@example.org; receipts
AUGUSTA, March 10.-Cotton mar?
ket irregular; sales720bales; receipts
660-prices ranging from 23^@24)^.
SAVANNAU, March 10.-Cotton mar?
ket declined lc. ; sales 390 bales
middliug25; receipts 2,058.
MOBILE, March 10.-Sales of cot?
ton 1,200 bales; market quiet aud
firm-middling 24; receipts 441.
NEW ORLEANS, March 10.-Cotton
quiet-middling 25; sales 4,500 bales;
receipts 2,805; exports 14,222. Gold
40%?41. Flour quiet-extra 10.50;
treble 13; dioico 14?14.75. Corn
firm, at 1?1.05. Pork declined
offered at 26. Bacon lower-shoul?
ders retailing 12@12??; clear 16?
LONDON, March 10-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93>B'?93K. Bonds 71&@71&.
LIVERPOOL, March 10-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet and steady.
LIVERPOOL, March 10-Evening.
Cotton firm-nplards on spot and
afloat 10?&?10>?. Manchester ad?
"j |"| ?>BLS. nm quality KEROSENE,
WJ for salo low, by tho barrel and at
rotad, by J. & T. B. AGNEW,
j Karon 4_ *
RICH GOSHEN BUTTER, for salo
cheap, at G. DIERCK8'.
KcrofHia, or King'* ETII, ja cured by
using Heinitsh's Quoen's Delight.
GREGG, PALMER & CO., ;
BROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS,
JT^UY and sell GOLD,
Advances made on.COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on commission. March 10
Flour on Consignment.
SACK8 PINE NORTH CAROLINA
FLOUR. GREGG, PALMER & CO.
By lita Excellency Jamen L. Orr, Governor
of South Carolina.
WHEREAS, information lias been com?
municated tn this department that
an atrocious murder was committed on
tho body of B. F. BRADFORD, of Walter
boro, S. C., by blows inflicted, on tho night
of Wednesday, tho 2Gth of February; Baid
Bradford lingering until Friday, tho 28th,
upon which day ho died-by two persons
unknown, and that all efforts tn identify
and arrost tho said partios have as yet
Now, know ye, that to tho end that the
said murderers may ho arrested and
brought to condign punishment fur tho
said felonv and murder, I do hereby offer
a reward" of THREE HUNDRED DOL?
LARS for their arrest and safe delivery in
any jail in this State, with proof to convict
thom of tho samo.
They were persons of color, and wero
dressed in the uniform of United States
soldiers, and are supposed to belong to
the garrison now stationed at Walterboro.
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State, in tho city of Co
[L. H.] hrmbia, this ninth day of March,
1808. JAMES L. ORR,
E. CAPKBS, Secretary of State.
March 10 2
mr Charleston Newt, Courier and Mer?
cury, and South Carolina Leader please
copy twice and send bills to thia office.
ALL persons who wish any work dono,
in my lino, willi please leave their
orders at my store, and I will have thom
promptly attended to. If it is not conve?
nient to call, address mo through the PoBt
Omeo and I will call at your residence, or
at the place where you may irish tho work
done, and seo you. I cannot be responsi?
ble for contracts mado with irresponsible
persons on tho etreot, simply because they
may bo in my employ as workmen. All
gooda, of any description, bought of me
warranted to givo full satisfaction. Also,
all my job work, either ROOFING, GUT?
TERING, Plumbing, Repairing Stoves,
Ac, guaranteed to be dono with good ma?
terial and by skillful mochanics.
HENRY H. BLE ASE,
Store in Ehrlich's Building, Main st.
OFFICIAL History of the Secret Sor
vico. By Gen. L. C. Baker, lato Pro?
vost Marshaiof the War Department and
Chief of National Police Announced a
year ago, but suppressed bv tho Govern?
ment. Profusely illustrated. Subscription
Two Now Books, by "P.rick" Pomeroy,
editor of tho LaCrosse (Wis.) Democrat.
Tho First, "Souse," or Saturday Night
Musings and Thoughtful Papers.
The Second, Nonsense, or Hits and Criti?
cisms on Follies of tho Day. $1.50 each.
Napoleon and Blucher. By L. Muhlbach.
On Both Sides of the Sea-A New Schoen?
berg Cotta Family Book-A Sequel to
Drevtons and Davenents.
At DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Jan 21 Bookstore, Columbia, S. C.
J E W ELRY
I HAVE on hand one of tho best
assortments of the abovo LINE
_^ARTICLES, and am determined to
at greatly reducod prices.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
NEATLY c?pB?B REPAIRED
AT SHORT NOTICE.
P. 8. Also to disposo of a cheap lot of
FORFEITED WATCHES. At
Sign of the Groou Spectacles,
Ono door South Phomix office,
_Feb 2_ Main street, Columbia, S^ C. _
Cn Co??i?uuicnt, with Orders to Den.
Ori BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
OU 10 boxes Extra Fino Tobacco.
GO boxes Low Priced Segara.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct. 80 ALFRED TOLLBSON.
6) BBLS. Coffee and Extra C. SU
t) GABS, just in and for salo br
Feb 28 E. & O, D. HOPE.
A Good.Spring Medicine for Horses.
TTTEINITSH'S GERMAN H?R8E POW
JtX DERS, for indigestion, Distomper,
Hide-boundt Drowsiness. LOBS O? Appetite
Inward . ?prains, Debility, -Wasting of
Flesh, Soto Eyes. Swelled Logs, Grease,
Mango, Surfoit, Old Coughs, for Exhaus?
tion from Work. It carries off ah" foul
humors, purifies and cools,the blood, and
prevents horses becoming stiff, and foun?
dered. It ?H a stimulus for weak stoma?hs,
and renders tho Umba and skin soft and
fine, giving a smooth coat to the hair.
These Powders have boen nsod in Oohiim
uir* for tno last.twenty-fivo years, and hun?
dreds of citizens attest their virtues. .For
salo only.by FIBBER & JJEINITSH,
March'6 4 ;_Druggists; ,
Sugar-Cured BREAKFAST STRIPS, .
Fino CREAM CHEESE,
White ARMY. BEANS,
Mountain PINK-EYE POTATOES.
Jackson's White Northern POTATOE8,
March 0 At 8eegors' Old Stand.
COPELAND & BE ARDEN.
50 BAGS Extra FAMILY
10,000 lbs. Bacon SIDES
20 bag? Rio Coffee,
5 bhds. Molasses,
10 bhds. Coffeo Sugar,
50 sacks Liverpool Salt, ,
Bagging and Balo Ropo. _Feb 'M
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
Alargo varioty of fresh and reliable
SEEDS, just received from that well
known house of David Landroth & Sons.
Wholesale and retail at
Jan 12 t21?_E. POLLARD'8. |
PL ANTE R8 and GARDNERS will find
ELLERBE'S PL ANT TR ANS-PLANT
ER, (Patented 10th of October, 18G0.) at
JOHN C. DIAL'S; by which surplus plants
of corn, cotton, or of any plant, may be
trans-planted in the sanie time that the
soil can bo replanted, without disturbing
the fibrous rootu. J. C. DIAL,
Jan 19 f3tno_General Agent.
What Makes Tour Hair
The Circassian Lustre.
Thc Circassian Lustre.
Tho Circassian Lustre.
It makes the bair soft, glossy and luxu?
riant; keens the scalp clean, cool and
healthy. For sale at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Feb 27_Drug Storo.
WITH new and untried medicines. If
you valuo your health, procure the
well tested remedy for COUGHS, COLDS
and affections of the Throat, Breast and
Stanley's Cough Syrup will cure.
Stanley's Cough Syrup has boen tried.
Stanloy's Cough Syrup is for salo at
FISHER & HEiNITSH'S
Lifeless, Faded or Gray Hair Re?
Chevelier's Life of tho Hair,
Ring's Ambrosia, at
Fob 27 FI8HER St. HEINITSn'S.
AN HISTORICAL TALE; by Mundt.
Trauslated by Brandford, bi ono
volume. Prico $1.50; cloth $2.
History of tho United Netherlands-se?
quel to Dutch Republic; by Motley.
A Stormy Life, a novel; by Lady Gcor
Giana Fullerton, with plates. Prico $1.50
Duff's Railroad, Bank and Merchant's
Queen Victoria's new book, Lifo in the
Highlands, Ac. Price SI.75.
Also, a now supply of Inez, bv author
of St. Elmo. $1.75.
Now English Novels, cheap. For salo at
J. J. McCarter's bookstore.
Fob 8_R. L. BRYAN.
JACOB H. WELLS
XTTOULD respectfully inform his old
YV friend? and custoiuors, and tho pub?
lic generally, that ho has removed to tho
largo brick* store on Bridge street, near
the South Carolina and Greenville Rail?
road Depots, and next door to Joyner's
National Hotel, aud having ampio storage
accommodations, will continuo the COT?
TON FACTORAGE and STORAGE and
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
hopes by prompt attention and good ma?
nagement of all business entrusted to him,
and thc rcasonablouess of his charges, to
receive a liberal share of the patronago he
Maj. A. DJ HITT will bo found at tho
same place, and will be ploapod to seo such
of his old theads and customers as may
give him a call. _Feb 29 Imo
EATrNG^?XJSE "??TALSTON. "
PASSENGERS on tho Greonvillo and
Columbia Railroad, can got BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ampio time
Deo 27 MAtiY A. ELKfN k SON.
. $1,000! $1,000!!
WANTED, $1,000 in Bills Receivable.
Highest price paid in Silver or Cur?
rency. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Flour! Flour! ! Flour! ! !
pr r\ BAGS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
0\J so '* Ho. i
Just received and for salo by
Feb 21 J, fr T. R. AGNEW.
Seleot Boarding and Day School.
HILLSBORO, JV. C.
THE Misses NASH and Hiss
s The Spring Term will open
! FEBRUARY 7, 1868, and close
'JUNE 26, (twenty weeks.) Cir
culns forwarded on applica
tion. Boc 10 famo
"'"i i' ?*?'?' Wi '' j.? . ? ? ?
? * it"'.. .?* . i '. 4 .
\ 'S1'. ' / - f. ?.- . . '
' ?iuc??on Sal?. .? .
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Wodnesday) MORNING, at half
paftt 9 o'clock, I will soll, at my Store,
Primo Sugar Cured Canvassed Hame,
' ** " " Small Strips,
" large sizo Bellies, .' .
" bright new Shoulders, *
Half kegs lino Lard,
Bozos^Adamantino Candles. . .
????0 Rio Cohee.
Barrels Pink Eve Potatoes,
Boxes English Dairy Cheese,
Boxes primo Family 8oap,
-Superior Durham Tobacco, in barrels,
Fine Segars in bundles of 100,
Boxes Riirton Ale, Ac.
An Assortment of Housohold Furniture,
Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Biireans, Sofas,
Feithor Beds, Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
One dozen superior Mahogany nair Seat
Chairs, equal to now.
Unlimited articles received until hour of
sale. March, ll
BELO W COST.
8ELLING OFF BELOW NEW YORK
COST.-Tho undersigned wishes to. call
tho attention of his friends, and Citizens
generally, of Columbia and vicinity, to tho
fact that ho wislios to leave this city on '
account of business engagements else?
where, and that ho ia duty bound to soil
off his entire stock of GENTLEMEN'S
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING bolow
New York wholesale prices; also, Cassi
meres and Cloths, an assortment of Gent's
Furnishing Goods, Ladies' and Gent's
Shoos, and various other articles too nu?
merous to mention; all of which must be
sold off WITHIN TEN DAYS. Please caU -
and judge for yourselves, at
SAMUEL PISER'S, '.'
Main street, opposite J. C. Dial's.
N. B. All parties indebted to mo wiU
please call immediately at thc store and
settle, to avoid all inconvenience. By so
doing, you will greatly obligo
Feb 12 SAMUEL PISER.
THE COLUMBIA PHONIX
Book, Job and Newspaper
Main Street, above Taylor.
HAVE your PRINTING
M^njsBML. done at this Office, for tho
^t^gfiy fnllnuW noon REASON
The proprietor is a Practical Printer,
And attends closely to his Busino
Tho Office is supplied with Everything
Necessary to turn out Good Work.
Prices Lower than any other establishment
In this State, or oven New York.
Pamphlets, Circulars, Bill Heads,
Lotter Heads, Posters, Hand-biUs,
Beceipts, Ball Tickets, Invitations,
Dray Tickota, Checks, Briefs,
Programmes, Drafts, Blanks,
Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Ac,
Of all styles and sizes; in fact, . .
Every Description of Printing!
In ono. two and three colors and in bronze,
promptly attended to.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Columbia, B. C., Fobruary 20, 1868.
Dr. Geo. Smith's Dental Laboratory.
THE subscriber offers i mince
?B?meuts-in tho way of GOOD WORK
QflBand LOW PRICES-to ono and all
requiring his professional services. Give
him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
or no chargo. Olllco on Camden streot,
nearly opposito tho Park. * NovJ? ly__
Corn and Oats.
JUST received and for sale:
500 bushels CORN.
300 bushels SEED OATS. ,
Jan 21 FISHER A LOWRANCE^
M. W. BYTHEW00D,
Aactionccr and General Commission Merchant
On Washington st., rear of A. ToUcson's,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
THE abovo storo having been rented, I
am from this day prepared to recoivo
consignments of Cotton, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Groceries and Provisions m gone?
ral: also, Furniture, Dry Goods, Clothing,
From my experience of twenty yoars in
tho auction and commission businoss, in
this city, Charleston and Newberry, 8. C.,
I hope to rocoivo a liberal share of patron?
age from my old friends and the publie,
With a full supply of Lamp Chimnoys for
same, being tho beat burners for kerosene
and star oifnow in use. Just received and
for sale by_J. A T. It. AGNEW.
Nails! Nails! !
.f f\f\ KEGS first quality NAILS. Jnst
J\J\J rccoivod aud for salo by
Feb QI J. A T. R. AGNEW.