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VOLUME YI.-NUMBER 739.3t
CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK.
BY TELEGKAPH.
THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL.
j\ HOT TIME rx THE HIGH COURT-THE nun
NATION OF GENERAL SHERMAN-HIS TESTIFI?
CATION OF THE PRESIDENT-REVERDT JOHNSON
REBUKES BUTLER-A GOODDAl'S WORE FOR MB.
JOHNSON.
WASHINGTON, April 13.-In the House, no
quorum was present, and the members having
gone into committee of the whole, proceeded
to the impeachment court. Washburne gave
notice that he would mako a call of the House
on Thursday for business. An objection was
made to printing the speeches of Butler and
Curtis in the same pamphlet. The impeach?
ment managers are urging an amendment to
the rule so as to allow unlimited speeches.
The defence in the impeachment are prepar?
ed to prove, had the testimony been admitted,
that Sherman advised the formation andindica
V~ ted thelimit8 of the Department of the Atlantic.
IN THE SENATE, a motion was made to amend
the rules so as to allow additional speeches,
which was tabled. Stevens, Williams, Bout
weil and Logan were disappointed. Stevens
and Williams made special appeals for a
bearing.
General Sherman was recalled. Stanbery
then asked if be thought that, after Stanton's
restoration, the good of the service required
another man at the head of the War Depart?
ment?
Butler objected. Bingham said if Sherman s
opinion was given, forty thousand other men's
opinions might be called. Butler spoke at
length; he warned senators that Saturday's
struggle would be renewed to-day. Several
questions were asked by senators, and a gen?
eral debate ensued.
Evarts said they desired to show that the
President's action was for the good of the ser?
vice, based on the opinions of honest, intelli?
gent officers. The Senate refused to hear the
answer-yeas only 15. Davis voted nay;
Sprague and Saulsbury were absent; Fowler, <
Grimes, Boss, Trumbull and Van. Winkle voted
aye.
Senator Johnson asked, Did yon at any time, i
before Stanton's removal, advise the President
to appoint another person ? Butler objected.
Chase decided that the question propounded i
by the senator could only be objected to by the !
court. Drake objected, and the Senate refus?
ed to hear the answer by a vote of 18 to 32.
The following Republicans voted aye : Antho- ,
ny, Edmunds, Fessenden, Fowler, Grimes, '
Henderson, Ross, Trumbull, Van Winkle. Gen.
Sherman left the stand, when the court took a
recess.
The Clerk of the District Supreme Court was
called. After a contest, the proceedings at- 1
tending Thomas' arrest were admitted. Sher
man was recalled at the instance of Senator
Johnson, who asked: When the President ?,
tendered you the office of Secretary of War on
the 20th or SOth of January, did he state what
his purpose was in so doing? Objected to;
but the Senate heard the answer by a vote of
twenty-six to twenty-two. Answer-les. Sen- .
ator Johnson asked : Will you state what he
said his purpose was? Objected to. Chase
decided that the question was admissible, as it
tended to show the import of the President's .
action: Chase was sustained by a vote of .
twenty-six to twenty-five. Sherman commenc?
ed, when Butler interrupted, but Sherman
thought best to proceed in his own way. The
President told Sherman that, under the rela?
tions of Stanton toward the other members of
the Cabinet and the President, the War De?
partment could not be properly administered
in the interests of the army and the whole
country while Stanton remained Secretary. In |
a desire to promote and care for those interests, ?
the President tendered Sherman the position i
of Secretary of War. Sherman asked the Pres- :
ident why he did not have the case made up by ;
?%. his lawyers, so as to bring about a change i
without involving an officer of the army m the
matter.
The President replied that it could not be ?
done, but if it could be brought before the
courts Stanton's case could not stand an hour.
Stanbery asked a question, to which Entier i
objected. Chase ruled that Stanbery could
ask relative facts elicited by Senator Johnson's
question. Appeal was taken. Debate ensued,
pending which Butler asked whether the ques?
tion put by the Senator from Maryland was as
counsel for the President. Mr. Johnson rose
from his seat and administered Entier a
sharp rebuke. Butler was abashed, and Sher?
man finally proceeded: At the first interview
nothing very definite was said by either. During
the second, the President expressed a de?
sire io have the constitutionality of the Tenure
of-ofnce bdl tested, and told Sherman that Stan?
ton would offer no resistance. Sherman did not
know Stanton as well as the President knew
him: Stanton is a coward. Sherman gavo no
positive answer-answered in writing. Sena?
tor Henderson asked, Did the President, on
either occasion, express a firm determination
to remove Stanton from office ? Sherman an?
swered that the President never expressed an
intention to use force, but seemed determined
that their relations should cease. Senator
Howard asked, What d?d the President s?y
about force? Sherman repeated the Presi?
dent's belief that Stanton would no: resist.
Henderson asked whether Sherman gave the
President advice. The Senate refused ro hear
the answer. The managers summoned Sher?
man for to-morrow, and he left the stand.
The evidence regarding Thomas" arrest was :
resumed, and the court then adjourned.
Dur European Dispatches.
[BX ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
PARIS, April 13.-The United States legation '.
is continually overrun with Frenchmen who
are anxious to escape liability to military ser?
vice under the new army bill, by American
naturalization papers.
LIVERPOOL, April 13-Noon.-Cotton fd. high?
er; uplands on the spot and afloat 12Jd.; Or?
leans 12id. Corn 40s. Pork S3s. Lard Cls.
Sugar firm. Tallow 45s. Od.
Evening.-Cotton firmer and advancing; up?
lands on the spot 12?d.: afloat 12id.; Orleans
12<d. The transactions were unofficial, and
hence there was no record of sales. Corn 40s.
3d. Turpentine 33s. Sugar active and un?
changed._
Mexican Sevra,
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13-There are serions
difficulties between the citizens and the troops
at GuaymaB, and no prospect of an understand?
ing between the merchants and Pesquero,
Loaded vessels in the ofiBng wait a compromise.
A chronic rebellion prevails in Lower Cali?
fornia.
Dispatches from Mazatlan state that Gens.
Martinez and Alvarez were very near each other
with their forces, and battle was imminent.
Martinez had trouble with the customhouse
officials, and appropriated for bis own nee
$150,000 from the treasury. A plot to assassi?
nate Gen. Corona was discovered, and the con?
spirators arrested. A heavy conscription bas
taken place in Mazatlan.* and another is ex?
pected. The presence of thirteen United
States war vessels in the poit of Mazatlan had
treated some alarm.
Affairs in Georgia.
AUGUSTA, April 13.-There was a severe hail
storm this afternoon. Tho fruit crop and the
early vegetation was injured.
General Meade has issued several important
orders for the preservation of peace during the
election. No intimidation is to be allowed on
either side, and all persons are forbidden to
carry arms at political gatherings or at the
polls. Offenders are to be tried by military
commission. The canvass is heated, both par?
ties straining every nerve.
SAVANNAH, April 13.-There was a Conserva?
tive meeting this evening at the Masonic Hall.
The names of the Hon. J. B. Gordon for
Governor, Hon. H. S. Fitch for Congress, and
Rufus T. Lester for State Senator, were re?
ceived with loud applause by the audience.
Addresses were made by several prominent
speakers.
ATLANTA, April 13.-General Meade has
issued an order requiring registrars fo receive
the votes of those whose names have been
stricken from the list without proper cause.
Negroes are not to be forced by either party to
vote, but must be let alone. The enthusiasm
throughout the State for Gordon is increasing.
The Democrats are gaining ground, and it is
believed that the Constitution will be de?
feated._
Affairs in Virginia,
RICHMOND, April 13.-In the Convention fif?
teen thousand copies of the constitution in
Eaglish told one thousand in German, were
ordered to be printed. An article was adopted
fi-ring the legal rate of interest at six per cent.,
but allowing special contracts as high as
twelve. An article was adopted allowing chil?
dren born in shivery to inherit the property of |
their fathers. An article on the militia was
adopted, being the same as in the old constitu?
tion, except the word white stricken ont. The
Convention will probably adjourn to-morrow.
General Schofield has issued an order mak?
ing convention certificates receivable at the
the treasury after May 1st, and redeemable
January 1st, 1869.
The new City Council met this evening, and
received a communication from Schofield, de?
siring their recommendations to fill vacancies.
C. M. Norton, a colored member of :he Con?
vention, has announced himself as a candidate
[or Congress from the first district of this
State.
Reconstruction tn Louisiana.
NEW OJILIANS, April 13.-A riot occurred in
St. Bernard's Parish yesterday, and a Conser?
vative barbecue was broken np by ? body of |
sinned Ra?ical negroes. One Democratic negro
was shot and a number beaten. The ace unts
state that Warmouth, the Radical candidate for
governor, and Sipher. candidate for Congress
on the same ticket, were present and made no
effort to quell the disturbance. Dr. South
worth, editor of the New Orleans Republican,
was the only white Republican present making
any effort lo preserve the peace.
Telegraphic Xetvs Summary.
WASHINGTON, April 18-It is reported at Key
West that the Indians in Florida have declared
war against the whites, and a number of out?
rages are mentioned.
The Indians are starving in the neighbor
lood of Fort Berthold, and are eating their
lorses and dogs.
A negro barn-burner has been hanged in
East Tennessee.
Several rival fire companies in Philadelphia
liad a fight to-day, in which one person was
killed and several hurt.
Market Reports.
NEW YOEE, April 13-Noon.-Stocks active
bnt week. Gold 38J. Exchange 9|a9*. Money
7 per cent. Flour lOaloc. better. Wheat la2c.
better. Corn lc. better. Pork dull; new mess
?27. Lard dull. Cotton a shade firmer at 31a
31A ceuts for middling blands. Freights
dull.
EVENING.-Cotton about a half cent better.
Sales 2500 bales at 304. (?) Flour active; State
?9al0 50; Southern .10al4 50. Wheat la2e.
better. Corn lc. better; white Southern SI ISa
1 20; ycllow ?1 2Cal 27. Pork quiet: new S27?;
o'.d $26. Lard dull at 17al3c. Sugar active-i
higher. Other groceries unchanged. Tur?
pentine 65aC54. Rosin $3 30aS7. Freights
quiet-on cotton by sail 5-10; by steam $a:.
Old bonds 110?.
Sterling closed dull at 9.?. Gold 3Sj.
The "Western markets show no important
changes.
BALTIMORE, April 13.-Co'ron firm at 30c.
Flour firm and active, but prices unchanged.
Whea: very active; choice Maryland ?3a3 10.
Corn firm; white SI Hal 13; yellow ?1 lgal 20.
Oats steady at 87a90c. Lard quiet at lS-lc.
Bacon very firm; rib sides 16Aal6Jc; clear sides
17?al7?c; shoulders 14|all$c."
"WILMINGTON, April 13.-Spirits Turpentine
firm at 56c. Kosms firm; Btrained ?2 35. Cot^
ton firm: middlings 29c. Tar S210.
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Cotton quiet but firm,
with an advancing tendency; sales ?00 bales;
middlings JUa304c; receipts 1140.
AUGUSTA, April 13.-Cotton firmer: sales 330
bales; receipts 130 bales; middlings 30se.
MOBILE. April 13.-Cotton uponc-d "at 31Ac,
and dosed firm at 02c for middlir.crs; sales 1?0O
bales; receipts 655 bales.
NEW OBLEANS. April 13.-Cotton active and
and advanced; middlings 32c; sales 2000 bait-e;
receipts 56C5 bules; exports id bales. Sterling
49a524. New York sight exchange 4 ??j cent,
premium. Gold 39i. Sugar-prime Louisiana
retailing at l?j?l?k; Cuba, No. ll, ll.jall.jc.
Cuba molasses 47a?oc.
DICKENS' FAREWELL TO EOSTON.-Mr. Dick?
ens gave his final reading in Boston on
Wednesday evening, in Tremont Temple, be?
fore one of the largest and most cultivated
audiences that has greeted him in this coun?
try. His reading table was profusely decorated .
with rare and beautiful flowers, and as he j
noticed the graceful compliment on approach?
ing the footlights, Mr. Dickens said: ilI kiss
the fair hands unknown who have so beauti?
fully attorned my table." ' At the close of the
reading, in response to loud applause. Mr.
Dickens said :
Ladies and Gentlemen-My precious and
generous welcome in America, which can never
be obliterated rrom|ray remembrance, began
here. My departure begins here, too; for 1 as?
sure you that I have never, until this moment,
really felt that I am going awav. In this brief
life of ours, it is sad to do almost anything for
the last rime; and 1 cannot, coreen! it from von
th?.t although my lace will soon be turned
toward my native land and to all that makes it
dear, it is a sad consideration with me that in
a few moments from th;s time this brilliant
baa, and all that it contains, will fade from my
view for evermore. But it is my consolation
that the spirit of the bright faces, the auick
perception, the ready replies, the generous
allowance, and the cheering sounds that have
made this place joyful to me, will remain, and
you may rely upon it that that spirit will abide
with me a?4?a? as I have the sense and senti?
ment of life. I do not sav this with anv refe?
rence to the private friendships that have for
years and years made Boston a memorable and
beloved spot to me; for such private references
have no business in this public place. I sav it
purely m remembrance of, and in homage*to,
the great public heart before me. Eadie- anu
gentlemen, I beg most earnestlv, cost grate?
fully and most atfectionatelv, to' bid ,-ou each
and all farewell.
As Mr. Dickens was leaving the stage the
audience rose e? masse, and while the gentle?
men hurrahed over and over again, their wives
and daughters waved their handkerchiefs until
he bad retired from visir.
POLITICS IN THE STATE.
TEX CLANS GATHERING-THE COUNTRY ALIVE
AND AT W0BK-DISGBCNTLE2IEXT TN BEAT>
FOBT-BBI8BANE VEBSUS BOWEN-A EA CT
NOMINEE IN BICKENS-HE WON'T GO IT HEM
SELF, BUT Vf ANTS TO SEND AN INTELLIGENT
FREEDMAN.
ORANGEBURG.
On the 11th instant a large Democratic
meeting was held at the courthouse. A club
was organized, and the fellowing officers were
elected: President, Colonel H. Goodwin; vice
Presidents, Dr. Charles Tabor and D. Zim?
merman, Esq. Jacob Eeitt, Esq., was nomi?
nated to represent the parish in the Legisla?
ture. Committees were also appointed to look
after political affairs, bring every man to the
polls, and exercise proper vigilance. The
central club of the whole district was to meet
at Orangeburg yesterday.
Our correspondent writes: "While great in?
terest is manifested in the election, it is to be
regretted that we did not organize sooner, not
here alone, but throughout the State. Had we
done eo, the constitution would doubtless be
defected. As it is, we have made but few
proselytes. The general impression is that,
sheep-like, the colored people will follow their
bell-wether ma rabits pedibusq ue. "
EDGEFLELD.
A Democratic mass meeting was held at
Hamburg on the 11th inst., chairman, Dr. H.
R. Cook, of Beech Island. Both races were
lar?ejy represented. The assemblage was ad?
dressed by Gen. M. C. Butler and Jndge A P.
Aldrich, both of whom were impressive and
eloquent.
A Republican mass meeting was to have
been held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The following is a specimen of one of the Re?
publican posters:
Come all and every one-leave your wivas,
your children, your ploughs, your business,
and come to hear what Hon"A. G. Mackey, of
Charleston, Col. Thomas J. Robertson, of Co?
lumbia, and others, have to say about free
speech, free press, free schools," equality and
reconstruction in general.
PICEENS.
The Democrats of WalhaDa are moving mer?
rily. Clubs have been formed throughout the
neighborhood, and the best men elected to re
piesent the sentiments of the community. In
one day during registration, twenty-five whites
registered, and but two negroes. A general
meeting was called for yesterday, to assemble
at Walhalla. The following ticket ?B circulat?
ing through the district:
For the Senate-John ll. Hutson. Has no
politics, but wants money. Will not serve if
el?cted, but will send an intelligent freedman,
Thom he deems as fully competent to legislate
for the peuple of South' Carolina as some of his
competitors.
BEAUFORT.
We learn from private sources that General
A. H. Brisbane, of the United States Tax Com- ]
mission, has been nominated for Congress in '
Beaufort by both races, irrespective of color or
previous condition, the ohject being to defeat j
C. C. Eowen. It is stated that large numbers .
in Charleston will also "scratch"' Bowen's name !
and insert that of Brisbane.
The Hilliard Championship.
The great billiard conrest which took place
at Chicago on Wednesday was looked forward
to with great interest as one of the most im- 1
portant which has yet occurred in the annals 1
of the game. Both McDevitt and Foster '
played the most remarkable practice games of I
which any account has been given, and this
fact contributed to draw greater popular atten- ,
tion to the event than to any similar occur?
rence since the Phelan and Seerieter match of
1S59. We take the following summary from a '
dispatch to the New York World:
At S.30 o'clock the match began, with the I
choice of A. Lebrunn as referee, Foster's um?
pire being James Furlong, while Thomas i
Foley performed that office for McDevitt.
.McDevitt won the le id and Foster at once went '
to the front. Safe play characterized both
plavers for the first iew innings, and no count i
of importance was made until the eleventh ;
inning, when Foster ran 107 on the white and '
red and tamed his second hundred, 180 ahead.
McDevitt had no leave from which he could
make anything, and on his sixteenth inning ; .
making an unlucky miss, Foster drove the j :
three balls toge:her, and working them into
the-lowerright-hand corner heron 203, making !
512 to McDevitt'a 34. McDevitt ran ll. left
the balls together, and Foster getting the two
reds against the side rail ran 120 and Iroze.
He was now 5G3 ahead. The innings were now
small on both sides, with safe play by boih,
until McDevitt. in hi*> 43d inning, brought the
three balls to_".th;r and ran 244. Ibis de?
creased Fosters lead, 372, and McDevitt be?
gan to feel moro confident. There was a suc?
cession of unimportant innings, and Foster on
his 49th had the balls in a heap by jfcUevitt's
unlucky run. Foster ran 453 and froze ; he
banked' and counted, but separated the balls
and ended with 03; runs of 45 find 35 placed
him 1019-4SI ahead. Three innings later
McDevitt, off a bad mn by Foster, brought
t'.ic three balls together, and by a beautiful
display of running ran up his count to 293.
Game-Foster. 1034 ; McDevitt, 845. On his
fifty-sixth inning Foster worked the balls into
a heap against the upper rail and ran 173,
which pur him three hundred and forty-six
ahead. McDevitt in his tum brought three
balls into a heap, and after sending the white
to pocket brought the two reds together and
ran two hundred and forty-two, being now one
hundred an J fourteen behind. y
On the 59th inning the balls wcro nearly
together in the low pr left-hand corder. Mc?
Devitt, caroming on one bali, struck the cush?
ion, and thc ball apparently passed between
the other two. He appeared to think so him?
self, and turned away from the table. His
umpire, however, claimed that he had made
the shot. Mr. Foster's umpire disputed the
claim, and the referee was called upon for a
decision, which he gave in favor of McDevitt ;
thereupon 3Ir. Foster put on his coat and left
the room. As he did not return, calls were
made for a decision of the game, and the de?
cision was rendered in favor of Mr. McDevitt.
McDevitt's score was 1238, and Foster's 1262.
RITUALISM IN NEW YOBK.-A New York letter
to the Philadelphia Ledger, alluding to the ob?
servance of Good Friday in that city, savs :
Publ-c interest was mainly directed to St. Al
ban's (Episcopal; Chapel, in Forty-seventh
street, where some further steps towards
"Rome"' were promised by Madame Rumor.
The congregation was very full, but I am
afraid curiosity, rather than piety, was the pre?
dominant feeling. The chapel was literally
robed in black, even to the chandeliers, the
railings of tue chancel, and the windows. Tho
officiating clergy, Rev. Meters. Morrill und
Noyes, were dressed in a voluminous black
chasuble, gorgeously fringed with silver. The
first service commenced at 9 o'clock, and last?
ed till noon. TbH was called the "Three
Hours' Agony." In tho evening, it was an?
nounced, there would Lo ' Vespers," at 8
o'clock, with other ceremonies. To-Morrow
evening thu Miserere is to bo chanted in pro?
cession.
-A correspondent of tho New York Times
nimbly compliments the New Governor of Vir?
ginia, who, he favo, in un able lawyer, a quiet
and unostentatious citizen, oaxy und graceful
in manner, amiable m dihposition, (scrupulous?
ly social and mural in ImbilH, und in every word
and sense u gentleman.
THE PRESIDENT'S TRIAL
THE PEOCEEDES'GS OX FE ED AT-CLOSE OF THE
MASTERLY SPEECH OF 3TB. CEBITS-EXAMINA?
TION OF ADXCTA??T-GEXEEAL THOMAS-HIS
STBAIGHTFORWABE- TESTIMONY-HTS EEFOBT
OF HIS INTXBVTEW WITH STANTON AT THE
TC AB DEPARTMENT- STANTON SENDS OTT FOB
A BOTTLE OF WH1SEEY-THEY CLOSE PRO?
CEEDINGS WITH A DBTNKTNG BOET.
Trustworthy accounts from Washington rep?
resent that the impeachment trial ia a blight
npon all matters, social, political and commer?
cial, in that community, and in the depart?
ments the utmost dullness prevails. It is evi?
dent that the trial will last about three weeks
longer. Every day of delay is beneficial to the
defence, because public sentiment hourly be?
comes more in favor of the acquittal of the
President, and evidence of that healthful
change is brought directly to the notice of
senators. Already prominent Republicans and
leading Republican journals are advising ac?
quittal as a politic measure in the interests of
their party. The Cincinnati Commercial has a
significant editorial on the Bubject.
There was again a crowded Senate on Friday
in spite of the inauspicious weather-even the
ladies not hesitating to turn out, so great was
the interest manifested io hear the conclusion
of Judge Curtis' great speech. A largo num?
ber o? eminent gentlemen were again noticed
among the spectators. General Sherman and
his father-in-law, Mr. Ewing, occupied the
same seats they did on ThursdAy. Several
justices of the Supreme Court were to be seen
in the lobby. We quote from the correspond?
ence of the Baltimore Gazette:
Judge Curtie resumed his argument, and
spoke for two hours, during which Ben Butler
attempted several times to interrupt bim, but
the speaker declined noticing him or his in?
terruptions, except in the line of his argument.
He literally cleaned up the whole case, and
when he reached the Butler's pet article,
charging an improper use of language on the
part of tbe President during his Western
speeches, Judge Curtis left for the first time
the dry path of legal argument, and indulged
m an eloquent denunciation of the attempt to
abridge the freedom of speech. Senators,
with a few exceptions, leaned forward to catch
every word which fell from his lips, and the
closing sentence was as beautiful as it was
solemn and truthful.
During the delivery of this magnificent argu?
ment Senator Sumner exhibited his Radical
vulgarity and vindictiveness by continuing to
write and despatch letters. Howard and Chand?
ler w?re several times in conversation, and
Senator Wilson attempted to get up a smile of
derision. These were about all the variations
from the strictest order and closest attention,
and yet it is questioned by many whether this
effort of Judge Cartis will have any effect npon
Senators who had previously determined to
convict. Only last evening Senator Van Winkle
declared in conversation that he could see no
reason why the President should not be re?
moved, as it could now be done without dauger
of violence from t?c President himself or from
the Ku-Klux-KJan. This Mr. Pickwick of the
Senate had on a previous occasion expressed
his apprehensions in this particular, but no
one supposed he was favorable to this con?
spiracy against the President, and his vote
bad been counted among those opposed to
conviction.
It is impossible for anyone to understand
ind realize the difference between the mana?
gers on the part of the House, headed by Ben.
Butler, and the counsel for the President, who
does not witness the proceedings in the Senate.
The speech of Curtis having closed, General
Lorenzo Thomas was cailed as thefirst witness
m the part cf the defence; and let it be re?
marked just here, that the general is not only
I gentleman of the old school, but is a splen?
did looking officer. Ho appeared in full uni?
form, and a lady near us exclaimed, "Isn't he
handsomer' All eyes in the ladies' gallery
were upon him. Rarely has a witness been
placed upon tho staud under more trying cir?
cumstances, and. nev(>rhasone conducted him?
self with more coolness and sell-possession.
He spoke rapidly, too much 60 for the report?
ers, but in clear, ringing tones, and his answers
were direct and to the point. Butler cross-ex?
amined, and yet with all the impudence and
nilgarity he could bring to bear, he utterly
failed to confuse or embarrass him in the least.
Daring the examination of General Thomas
the managers objected to allowing tho witness
to explain how far he had been instructed by
the President to use force, threats or intimida?
tion towards Stanton. This, it will be remem?
bered, is one of thc leading charges against
the President, which tho managers have at?
tempted to prove by giving in evidence General
Thomas' declarations-, and yet they were un?
willing for General Thomas to explain his own
declarations ami say how far they had boon
authorized by the President. The question
was referred to the Senate, and ten senators,
whose names must become by-.vorels of scorn,
voted to sustain the iut'amou3 proposition.
Hand them aror.ud : Cameron, Chandler, Con
nc-ss, Gragin, Drake, Harlan, Howard, ^yc,
Ramsey and Thayer, have openly declared that
they stand ready to convict thc President with?
out allowing him to bc heard. When Sumne r's
name was called, and bc refused to record it
on ouch a roll of infamy, there was a decided
sensation throughout thc chamber. Hov,-must
these ten senators regard themselves, when
even Charles S imner declines .-inking to their
level ! The vote w.^s a stunner to the mana?
gers, who had elaborately argued the ques?
tion.
The gravity of tho proceedings was broken
by that portion of Genera! Thomas' testimony
referring to his interview with Stanton in the
War Department ou the twenty-second Febru?
ary, when the Congressional Directory had as?
sembled to witness thc Torci?le ousting of tho
War Minister. Thc testimony here orou.-h:
the farcical proceedings 01 tues; honorable
Congressmen to a very proper climax. They
had testified io the gathering oi their clan at an
early hour in support of Stanton-that they
had watched for the enemy's approach-thai
with pencil in hand they baa carefully noted
his every word, even to hi-s "good morning,
Mr. Stanton'"-and now the after, or bv-play,
is given us by General Thomas. While in
General thriver's roitu. anti altor his Con
gresssional guard had lett him. Stanton threw
bis arm around tho General, run his fingers
through his hair in the most familiar mamie:-,
and caliea upon Gen. Shriver to set ou: Ins de?
canter that lie and Thomas might take a drink
together. Finding that Shriver had Int "a
spoonful of whiskey, which was fairly divided,"
Stanton sends out for a bottle, which was un?
corked, with drinks all lound-members ol'
Congress excepted. Base ingratitude! But
what will tho civilized world say?
THE FATE OF GRESFEL.-It now appears
that ihe escapo of Sr. Leg r Grent'el from the
Dry Tortugas took place cn the night between
the Cth and 7th of March las:. The Colonel
managed to take along with bim three other
prisoners and one of the soldiers who were on
guard at thc time, hoing the one who was tho
sentinel in chingo of the boat connected with
the post, whilst he was on truard. It is sup?
posed that tho Colonel in some way managed
to bribe tho gunn! to desert, and to aid him
and tho other three prisoners to escape As
soon as the escape was discovered, the United
States steamer Bibb was sent out in search of
the fugitives, but she failed to fiml any trace
of them. On tho night of the escape it was
blowing a gale, and as the boat which they
took was but small and in bai 'tndilion, it is
probable that they all perished.
HST YARMOUTH BLOATERS, "i '.A LED
HERRING, CODFISH, SWEET CIDER, ?OL aught I;
Davis' Diamond and Clark's HAMS, Prime i <UEX
BUTTER, Allsop?, Muir k Sons, Jeffrey's Bus: VEE
ALE, London PORTER. Exton's BUTTER Ch K
ERs, GINGER SNAPS, MILK and CREAM BIS?
CUITS. A fresh supply ol above received this week.
WM. S. CORWIN a LU.,
March 31 No. 275 King-street.
"?B-?EAS, TEAS, COFFEES, COFFEES.
At WM. S. CORWIN a CO., No. 275 King-street, will
be found a lull supply ol T?*S and COFFEES that are
good and pure. Wc parch and yrlud JAVA COFFEE
and warrant it pure and unadulterated, A ?rial ui
our TEAM and C'JFFCKs ?illconvince the- cousuuier
that our <;oudH are af reprtueulc*.
WM. s. CORWIN k ft),
March 31 No, tfaKtug-ntrvct.
/antra! Mire.
SST- The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of MJB. M. 3. BOPER and Family are
invited to attend her Funeral Services at St. Philip's
Church, Tc-ilorrow Morning, at Ten o'clock, without
further invitation. April 14
Recial Hatires.
??- N" O TI C E.-THE ASSIGNEE OF
HACKET & BAKER will, within ten days from this
date, offer for sale a large stock of FURNITURE
consisting in part ot : Mahogany and Walnut Tea,
Dicing and Extension Tables, Centre and Card
Tables, Sideboards, Hat Backs, Desks, Wardrobes,
sets of Cottage Furnitui e in every style, Bedsteads,
Washstands, Towel Rads, Bureaus, Sofas, Lounges,
a large lot of Chairs and Rocking Chairs, including
every style, some very fine; Looking-Glasses; also,
a great variety of Children's Carriages, kc. ; in fact
every article to be fou od in a first-class Furniture
Warehouee.
Dated Charleston, April 13,18G8. .
WILLIAM S. HASIIE, Assignee.
April 13 3
?OT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-FOURTH CIR
CU1T-TN EQUITY.-LANGLEY k CO., vs. COGS?
WELL, AND MARKET k CO., vs. LANGLEY.
In pursuance of the decree made in these causes,
on the 20th of March, 18G8, by the Honorable
GEORGE S. BRYAN, Jntted States Judge for the
District of South CaroU in, all creditors of the "KAL?
MIA MILLS." and of FAR VE Y COGSWELL, Trus?
tee under the conveyaEce In Trust of the- said Mills,
the 10t i of May, 18C7, are hereby called upon to
come in before the undersigned and prove their
claims upon the Bald property on or before the first
day (f May next ensuing, orbe barred from any bene?
fit und.r the decree in the said causes.
JAMES TUPPER,
March 31 tusO Special Referee.
ts- LEE & CO. ts. MILTON S. UTTLE
F1ELD. et ai-BILL FOR INJUNCTION AND RE?
LIEF.-It appearing to my satisfaction that MIL?
TON S. LUI LETTE!and LATHBURY, WICK
ERSHAM k CO. (paries), two of the defendants in
this case, ore absent from and reside beyond the
limits of this SUte, on motion of WILLIAMS, HEN?
DERSON k BEHRE, complainants' solicitors, it is
ordered that sail ibsent defendants do plead,
answer or demur thereto in forty days from the
date of this order, or a decree j>ro confesso wul be
taken and entered of :ecord against them.
B. STORES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Colleton District, S. C., Jan?
uary 28, 1868. 4-eol0d February 5
?S- SOUTH CilROLLNA, CHARLESTON
DISTRICT-TN CHANCERY.-OFFICE OF THE
REGISIER IS EQL";TY.-RT. REV. P. N. LYNCH,
D.D., vs. PEI ER G BEEN AND OTHERS-BILL
FOR SPECIFIC PER FORMAN CE. -It appearing to
my satisfaction that 1?EIER GREEN and PATRICK
GRE KN, two of the defendants in this cause, are ab?
sent from and reside beyond the limits of this State,
so that the ordinary process of the Court cannot be
served on them, on motion o? M. P. O'CONNOR,
Esq., Complainant's Solicitor, Ordered that the said
defendants, PETER SHEEN and PATRICK GREEN,
do appear and plead, answer or demur to this bill
within forty days ire m the publication of this Order,
an Order pro confiai t w?l be granted and entered
against them. JAMES L. GANTT,
Registrar la Equity, Charleston District
March Gth, 1808. lelOd-4 ' March 7
SO- FOR RESTORING STRENGTH AND
appetite, use the gi eat Southern Tonic, PASnrrs's
HEPATIC Biri ns a id you w?l not be disappointed,
jorsale by all druggists. tu
?ST NO CURE NO PAY.-DR. FORRESTS
"JUNIPER TAR" s warranted to cure Cough,
Croup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
nature, if not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the price wiE
be positively refundid. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF
PRODUCED. Try it, and if not satisfied return the
.imply bottles and f et your money back. For sale
by druggists everyw here.
Price per bottle-;i? cents.
L. CHAPIN k CO., General Agenis,
No. 20 aayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 them 3mos
?3-UNPJVALI ED.-NOTHING THAT HAS
ever been known or heard of as a tonic adds so
much to the resistant power of the human ty stem,
under circumstances unitvemble to health, as HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. If you would es?
cape the intermitir: it fevers, fl w ot indigestion, bil?
ious attucks and bc wei complaints, of which cold
and damp an the frequent causes, use the BITTERS
as a PROTECTIVE MEDICINE. This is the wise?
course; but, il'already an invalid, try the prepara?
tion as a RESTORATIVE. In either case mil re
l:anc?may be placed upon it s eillcae-y.
There is nomystnry about the causes of its suc?
cess. lt is the eely stomachic and alterative in
which are combine 1 the grand requisites of a mild,
pure and uuvitiate 1 vegetable stimulant, with the
finest select! in ot tonic, anti-bilious, anti-scorbutic,
aperieut and depurativa herbs, plants-, roo>s and
barks that have e v .r been inttrmixed in a medicinal
p.-paration.
Tho Bitters hive this distinctive qua'ity, which is
Bot shared, it is believed, by any tonic, tincture or
extract m tho world, ft doss not excite the pulse,
though it infuses i wonderful degree of vigor into
tbs nervous system, and stre-ugthens and sustains
the whole physical organization.
Calitornia and Australia have emphatically endors?
ed ir us :li- uINERS'S MEDICINE pir ezce'.'.etw.,
au'l in Spanish A i erica and all the tropical climates,
it is censi'le-red th ! only reliable antidote to epidemic
revert.
Thc already immense and srJU increasing con?
sumption of EOS I'ET TEE'S STOMACH BITTERS,
backed by many of the most influential physicians
throughout thc country, should convince the most
skeptical that it ? worthy the cc. nf dence and appro?
bation o: all. o April 9
?OT l'HE GREAT PRESERVER OF
HEALTH. - TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT can always be relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy ani posi'ive cure iu all ca-es
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
ache, Indigestion, Sour stomach, Liver Coiep.aiut.
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
Iutlauiatory Cou plaints where a gentle c ooling ca?
thartic is reqmn d; so says the Chemist, so says the
Physician, so says the great American Public of the
Nineteenth Century.
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in the
bouse. Eefore life is imperilled, deal Judiciously
with the-sympto oas; remember that the slight internal
disorders of to- lay may become an obstinate incura?
ble disease ;.o-njorrow.
Manufactur?e only by the sole proprietor.-, TAR?
RANT ic CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green?
wich and No. 1(0 Warren streets New York.
Sold by ail Diugulsts. 3mo February 22
?"NERVO U S DEBILITY, WITH ITS
gloomy attendants, low spirits, depression, in?
voluntary eminsions, loss cf semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power dizzy head, loss of memory, and
threatened impotence and imbecility, find a sove?
reign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Composed o: the
most valuable mild and potent curanves, they strike
at once the root of tho matter, tone up the svstem,
arrest the discharge-", and impart vigor ami energy,
life and vital ty, to the t-nnre mau. They hav<
cured thousand? of case?. Price $9 i*r package o?
sli l?xe* mu? vial, cr $1 per singh- box. Sold by
drugpi-w, nu.) lieut by tuul OU receipt ol linc?.
Address lU'Ml'IIKKY'S si'lYllTO HOMEOPATHIC
MEBICINI COMPANY, No. Wi .''Rt'ALWAY. NEW
YORK- Beptcnibtrll
ts- MESSES. EDITOBS DALLY NEWS :
You will please nominate R. S. DURYEA for Mayor,
and oblige
MAXY NATIVE AND ADOPTED CITIZENS.
April li_
465- NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-Consign?es per steamship
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified of her
cargo being This Day discharged at Auger's South
Wharf. AU goods remaining on the dock at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
JAMES AUGER A CO., Agents.
April 14_1
tO- ALL BILLS AGAINST SCHOONER
ELIZA, and Sloop ZULICA, must be rendered in on
or before Saturday, ISth, or they wu! be debarred
payment. THOMAS YOUNG, a
April -i 5
kW MESSRS. EDITORS: - PLEASE AN
HOUSCS as a candidate for STATE SENATOR from
this County, M?jor E. F. O'BBLEN, a true and brave
soldier, who battled in the field for the Union and
the Constitution; we now put him forward as a
champion for the constitutional rights of the whole
people. A high-minded, practical gentleman, of en?
larged views, we name him as the fit advocate for
justice to aU men.
As faithfully as he fought in the field, wUI he fight
in the Senate for the good of his adopted State; and
native and adopted citizens, of every complexion of
color or politics, should unite upon him, os the op?
ponent of bigotry and ignorance.
ELECTORS OF CHARLESTON COUNTY.
April 14_3
?3- IN EQUITY.-CHARLESTON-WTS
COTT vs. WESCOTT.-Under the Decree filed in
this case on the 10th January, 1868, the creditors of
the late G. W. WESCOTT are caUed upon to come In
and prove their demands before the undersigned on
or before the First of July, 1868, or be debarred from
aU benefit of the decree to be made in this case.
JAMES TUPPER.
February 18_tu20
AS-NOTICE.-"K" IS INFORMED THAT
I wiU bs pleased to see him at any place he may ap?
point Answer as you did before, ss I want further
information from you.
(Signed) "H."
April 13_2
?3-CITIZEN S OF ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY
PARISH can pay taxes as foUows: At Strawberry
Ferry, April 20tb, 21st and 22d, 1868; at Biggin
Church, April 23d, 21th and 25th, 1808; at Pineopolls,
AprU 27th and 28th; at Calamus' Pond, April 29th
and 30th; at The Barrows, May 1st and 2d, 1868. Un?
paid taxes of 1866 must be settled at once.
A. C. RICHMOND, Tax CoUector,
St. John's Berkeley Parish.
April 13 G mwf 6
?3-NOTICE.-THE UNDERSIGNED WLLL
continue to keep oe hand first-class CARRIAGES
and COACHES for the accommodation of his patrons.
WiU also have OMNIBUSES in readiness to convey
passengers to and from the MANSION HOUSE and
PRIVATE RESIDENCES.
W. A. BAREE,
MUls House Stables, Chalmers-street.
April ll 3
J83- NOTICE.-THE BUSINESS OF THE
late SAMUEL G. COURTENAY will be continued
for the present st No. 9 Broad-street, where persons
indebted to his Estate wUI make payment, and
where claims, properly attested, may bo presented
for payment
GEORGIANNA A. COURTENAY,
AprU 9 . QuaUfield Executrix.
IO- OFFICE CHARLESTON GAS-LIGHT
COMPANY, APRIL, 7,1808.-The Board of Directors
having declared a Dividend of FIFTY CENT'S PER
SHARE on the Capital Stock of this Company, the
some wiU be paid to stockholders on and after
Monday, 13th inst Books for transfer are cl sod
from this date until the 13th inst.
W. J. HERIOT,
April 8 Secretary and Treasurer.
SS- NOTICE.-ON A FINAL ADJUSTMENT
of the aflat s of the late co-partnership of CRAIG,
T COMET A CO., it was agreed that aU the outstand?
ing debts due the Concern should be paid to the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to receipt for the
same.
All persons indebted to said Concern, by note or
otherwise, wiU moke payment to
JOHN TCOMEY,
36 East Bay,
April 8 Corner Adger's South Wharf.
fiST OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR,
CITY HALL, API!LL 2, 18C8.-Ihis Office will con
tiuuc opcn for the receipt of returns for CAPITA?
TION TAXES, until Wednesday, the 15th of April in?
clusive, from 9 A. M. unnl 2 P. M.
By order of the Mayor. W. N. HUGHES,
April 2 13 City Assessor.
/ST WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE
the Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT wUI cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseises of
the Skin.
Price 50 cents; by maU CO cents. AU druggists
seU it WEEKS A POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
Scptemberie 38mwfly
CS-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Men. on Physiological Errors, A huies and
Diseases, incident tn Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impediment: to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of rebe;, sent in sealed lester envelopes free
ot charge. Address Dr. J. sEILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31_3m os
tST BATCHELOR S HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is de best in the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the iU effects ot bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by aU Druggists and Perfumers; on
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, No
Bond-street. New York. lyr January
t3- A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO
her country home, after a sojourn of a lew months
in ti c city, was hardly recognized by her friends.
In place ol a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a
soft ruby cou plexiou of almost marble smooth?
ness, and instead twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so
great a change, she pluu ly told them that she used
the CIRCADIAN BALM, st d considered it an In?
valuable acquismon to any lady's toilet. By its use
any Lady or Gentlemen can improve their personal
appearance an hun j re j fold. It is simple in its
combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsur
pae-ed in itu efficacy tn drawing impurities trom,
also he.-..lng, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexion. By its direct action on the cuticle it
draws from itali its impurities, kindly healing the
some, and leaving the sur face as Nature iutended it
should be-clear, soft, etnootu and beautiful. Price
SI, sent by MaU or Express, on receipt of an order,
by
W. L. CLABK A CO., Chemists,
So. 3 West Fayeite-street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Ihe only American Agents tor tire sale of the same.
March 96 lyr
?ST NOTICE.-FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
Si
of Correspondents, an authorized Postofflce messen?
ger, wiU. uttil further notice, be found daily (except
Sundays) at the hours given below, at the office of the
City Rallrotd, comer of East Bay and Broad Streets,
t:i receive and convey to thc Pos'ofilcc letters ond pa?
pers intended for the mails, viz :
For ibo South Carol no Railroad Mails-Augusta,
Savannah, und Western, from S A. M., to 9 A. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mills-Columbia
and Greenville, from SP. 31., to4P. M.
Fur the south Carvliuj llailroad Moils-Augusta
tun Western, from 5 P. M.. to C P. M.
Fir thc Eu*!y Mi-niiug Mails-from 7 P.M. to 8
V. M. STANLEY G. TROT I'. P. M.
March IC
?mm
YACHT MAGGIE MITCHELL.
THIS FAVORITE YACHT, H AVISO
'been thoroughly refitted for pleann*.gp.
jwties, is now ready (for engagement* by sj>?
?plica?OD to the captain on board, ario
BLACK A JOflN'SIOS.
April 7 luthst?moe
THE YACHT ELEANOR.
IS NOW PREFABED TO C0N7ET 29
"SENOEBS to all points of interest aram
?the harbor. To leave Government Do*.
.10 o'clock, A M., and 3 P. M., visions Eb
Sumter and Morris Island
Arrangements for passage, or charter, made it"
establishment, MEETLNG-STBEET, one door
of Mills House.
April!
FOR NEW YORK. '
PEOPLE'S MALL STEAMSHIP COMPASE.
THE STEAMSHIP E. BL
SOUDER, Captain LZBBT, V?
leave North Atlantic Vf inri em
Thurtday, April 16, at - o'clock
JOHN A THEO. GETTY, Agent*
Aprill*_North Atlantic Whcft
1 FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS.
~ THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
; Captain M. B. CEO WELL, wffl mum
"Vanderhorstfs Wharf, on Satamm,
'April 36,1868, at _ o'clock.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
April 14 BAVEN EL 4 CO, J
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTOM
STEAMSHIP LINE.
FOB NEW YORK.
sfyf-JSxso THE SPLENDID SIDE WHEES,
/Zf^ilHl STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN, J? ?
^<2?yfiY^JA WOODBTTLL, Commander, wm fessa?
^mXSmmwtL. A?ecr'e South Whan on flin ?jig,
the 10th instant, at One o'clock P. M.
?3* The steamers of this Une insure at limn mmm
ter per cent
&S~ The ?ide wheel steamship CHAMP KV ?it
follow on Saturday, thc 18th instant, at Ft vt of da*
P. M.
For Freight or Passage, having elegant Catons^
comenodations, apply to
JAMES ADGEB A CO.. (Up Stair*.
Corner Adger's Wharf and TimTmj
April 13_4.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTEE
TEBOUOH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAS.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLT BSE
DUCED BATES!
s?/-trr~y STEAMERS OF THE ABOTE
/?$?4';*t I Jv- Ihie leave Pier No. 42, North Rima.
^JiWl^d^TX foot of Canal-street. New Yort, at
HasBBL 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st 9fh,Mab
and 24th of every month (except when these dxtec
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of IA and 21st connect at Panana mm\
steamers for South Pacific and Central *?WJ><-r
ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of nth ol each month connects VSCB
the new steam line from Panama to AustaSs mm
New Zealand. _
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran?
cisco, for China and Japan, Jone 3.
No California steamers touch st Havana, tart gp
direct from Nev York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each nrfiit
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information ssfap
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the ?Atti,
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14 lyr F. H. BABY, Agent.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING Al' QUEENSTOWN.
j*vj-tv3-.-| THE. INMAN LINE, ?""??
/yj&mitk fj? SEMI-WEEKLY, carryin* ans BL
^~<^X^??^?? 9- Mai} s, consisting of the Ukmmn
CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF WASHINGTON,
CITY OF BOSTOa,
Sailing every Saturday ord every alternate Eirnnm.
atl P.M., from Pter No. 45 North River, New Ynzfc.
BATES OF PASSAGE,
EY IEE MAIL STE A VT Hg RULTJYO ZVZBT BAXOBOaK.
Payable in Gold. I Payable In Currency.
1st Cabin.$100 Steerage. TIT
1st Cabin to London.. 105 Steerage to Londoa_ S
D.t Cabin to Paris... .115 Steerage to Paris._m
Passage by the Monday ste im ere-First Cabin S?, ,
gold; Steerage $30; payable in C. S. currency
Rate* of Dassage from Kew York to Halifax; GsAtt
$20, Steerage, $10; payable lc gold.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Fmrfrwaj
Bremen, Ac., H moderate rates.
Steerage passage from Liverpool and Queeosaxao^,
?40 currency. Tickets can be bought here try (Ma?
sons sending for their friend e.
For further information apply at the Coatpas/ki
offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent.
No. 15 Broadway, New Yaric
February 20 Caa
FOR GEORGETOWN,
CHER AW, GARDNER'S BLUFF, AND ALLISTER:
MEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE REE
RIVER. '
m ..rf** a. THE FINE LIGHT DRAFT ST EUK
??SWSK?-eb Pt ANTER, Capt. C. CiEEOEt,?D
now receivintt Freight for the above pola tr. am?L
will leave To-Morrow Night, 14th instant
All Freight to be prepaid on the wharf.
No Freight received after sunset
Fer Freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON,
Accommodation WbtrL.
April 13_
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH SrEAif
PACKEI LINE, VIA BEAUFORT, HILIOS
HEAD AND BLUF7 TON.
_ _?4T-?a. THE STEAMER "PILOT BOT.-*
p*j vHT? Captain W. T. MCNELTT, rill ?esma
Charleston every Mondty Night, at 12 o'clock, acal
Savannah cvt-ry Thurtday Morning, at 7 o*c!dvk.
All Way Freight, also Blanton Wharfage, moat faa
pre-paid.
For Freight or Passaoe, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON. Accommodation WoatC
March3_
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, Ff RNANDLNA, JACKSONV^LL^r
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. ?OHS?
RIVER.
PI - -r-rr^W STEAMERS DICTATOR ASS
S^BaaCCIIY POINT, wi'l '.eave Chule?te
ever; Tuesday and Friday Evening!, at 9 o'dnec
for above (laces, and Savannah every Wednexdagtml
Saturday, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Steamer DICTAloR, Capt L. M. COSETTE*, ardlr
Tuesday Evening,
Steamer CITY POINT, Capt. S. Aims, sails FH
day Evening.
Returning, the DICTATOR will leave Ssrannsfc
every Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or Pessage apnly on board or at offs?
Of J. D. AIKEN A- CO., Agents,
January 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
TOWAGE.
r -yTT^w STEAMER "EMILIE," CAPTAIS
ajMaaaBS iT"ttp DAVIS, can be engaged ta TOW
VESSELS to and from sea on Tuetdays, WedxaSKga
and Thurzdayt.
For engagements apply to Captai i DAVIS; OB
board, at Commercial Wharf, or to
ediACK ELFORD ft KELLY.
February 29 stu th , Boyce's Whare
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR,
IMPROVED!
It is ac elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps thc Scalp Cleon and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriant]*;.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Ont.
It keeps tie Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Gt ey Hair to its Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been batt I
yean.
It is con: posed entirely of simple and purely we
table substance*.
It hos received over six thousand voluntary (
mor?ais of its excellence, many of which atc fenn
physicians in high standing.
It is so:d in ha'f-pound bottles (the name I
thc gloss I, by ageists and Dealers in Fancy
everywhere, st One Dollar per Bottie. WholeaOaa*/
Derna? Eames fe Co. ; F. C. Wells A Co. ; ScMfftfat>
A Co., New York.
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