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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1106.
CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1869.
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
THE STATE CAPITAL.
THU HOUSE THIES TO PROTRACT THE SESSION,
RUT THE SENATE ADHERES TO THE RESOLU?
TION Ti ADJOURN ON THE 20TH INSTANT
CONTRADICTION OF THE REPORT ABOUT FEDE?
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DAILY NEWS.] .
COLUMBIA, March 15.-IN THE SENATE, a
concurrent resolution from the House, re?
scinding thc resoluci?n to adjourn on tho 20th
instant, was hid on tte table.
Tho following were ratified to-day : The act
to organizo and govern the militia of South
Carolina; tao act to empower tho judges of
circuit courts to grant relief in cases of erro?
neous judgments obtained during tbe exis?
tence) of the provisional government of South
Carolina; the act to provide a lien on build?
ings and lands to parties furnishing laber
and materials thereon; t* e act lo author?
ize Sylvaaus Nayor to make a dock and
collect wharfage in the Town of Beaufort;
the act to provide for the collection of
wharfage at Hilton Hoad; the act to renow the
chStrter of a ferry across the Congaree River;
the joint resolution authorizing the Governor
to purchase two thousand Btands of amis of
the most improved pattern with the usual
complement of ammunition; the joint resolu?
tion ratifying the Fifteenth amendment to the
Constitution of the United States; the joint
resolution authorizing the Governor to causo
suit to bo instituted against the Laurens Rail?
road Company to pic tee t the interest of the
The following bills were passed and their
titles changed to acts and ordered to oe en?
rolled: The bill to establish a quarantine or
lazaretto in the harbor of Charleston (it appro?
priates for the pnrpose specified eight thous?
and dollars); a bill to protect laborers and per?
sons working under contracts or shares of
The following were passed and sent to tho
House : The bill to regulate the manner of
drawing jurors; the bill to incorpo.ace the
various boards of trustees of the Methodist
Episcopal Church in this State.
IN THE HODOE. the following were read a sec?
ond time and ordered to be engroseed : The
bill to amend the charter of the Town of Green?
ville; the bill to establish and maintain a sys?
tem of public schools m South Carolina; tho
bill to provide for the care of the poor; the bill
to amend and deine the jurisdiction and duties
of County Commissioners.
The fellowing were pasted and sent to the
Senate : Tbe bill to amend an act incorporat?
ing the Village .of Marion; the bill to incor?
porate the Ashley Bridge Company; abo, tho
? dispatch from WasLingtqn says: "Havo
just se ea Charleston papers. No truth in in?
dignation hand jill calling meeting. Friend* all
right here. Have all that foolishness stopped.
Spoils will be equally distributed, without dis?
? ENFORCING THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT-ONS
HUNDRED AND J ORTT-FIVE NEW BILLS-AN
HOUNCIMENT OF COMMITTEES.
i WASHINGTON, March 15.-IN THE SET ATE, the
joint resolution extending the tims for the re?
moval of ineligible officois only applies to
The amendment to the bill repealing the
Tennre-of-offioe not reads as follows: "The
same is hereby suspended until the next meet?
ing of Ccngiose."
The bill enforcing the provisions of the
Fourteenth amendment provides proceedings
by quo toarranlo. with precedence of all other
oases on the dodo: s of the United States
. Coarta, and estai?!'3b.ee a penalty of uot more
than one year's imprisonment, or a fine of
$1000 and perpetual disqualification from Fede
' ral and State offices.
The bill guaranteeing the levee bonds of
Mississippi and Louisiana, and the bill grant?
ing the rigl.t of way to the Pacific Central and
Transit Railroad from New Orleans to the Rio
Grande in tho direction of Mazatlan, wore
ropsrro 1 to the Committee on Commerce.
Morton introduced a joint resolution that the
majority of any State L?gislature can ratify
the Fifteenth amendment, and that the resig?
nation, withdrawal, or refusal to vote of auy
member, shall not affect such action by the
The resolution providing for a joint commit?
tee to reorganize the departments was passed.
The bill strengthening the public credit was
passed, and goes to the President.
IN THB HOUSK, among the bills introduced
were the following: Buildiug-a postal military
railroad to Kew York; rogulatiug the act of '64,
limiting the jurisdiction of the court of claims;
prohibiting tho sale of public lands; ex -cpt
under pre-emption laws; discouraging polyg?
amy in Utah; giving suffrage to women; in?
structing the Secretary of War to inquire into
the aiiOKxl arrest and imprisonment of Gene?
ral James B. Stoeduian; providing a provision?
al govornment for Mississippi. One hundred
and forty-five bills were introduced aud the
committees wero announced.
A joint resolution providing for a commit
too on political disabilities was referred to tho
The bill erasing tho word "white" from the
oharter and laws of the District of Columbia
was passed anti goes to the President.
The following are the principal oommittees :
Rsconatruotiou-Butler, of Massachusetts,
chairma ; Farnsworth, Beaman, Paine, Ward,
Julian, Poland, Whittemore, Bock, Wood,
Woodward and Morgan.
Ways and Means-Schenok, chairman; Hoop?
er, Allison, Maynard, Holly, Brooks, Orth,
McCarthy and Marshall.
Claims-Washburn, of Massachusetts, chair?
man; Hotcukiss, Holeman, Cobb, Stokes, Ela,
Dockery, Moore and Stiles.
Judiciary -Bingham, chairman; Davis, But?
ler, of Mansachusetts, Cook, Peter*, Moroux,
Liughridgo, Eldridge, Korr.
Foreign Aff tir*-Bunks, chairman.
Froodmoi/e Affairs-Dockery, chairman.
REBEL ABOLITION or SLAVERY-CXPTURE OP
HA Y A HI BY THB SPANISH TROOPS.
HAVANA Maroh 15.-Tho revolutionary as?
sembly of the Central Department, with thc
COnsoutOftho military commanders, has <lu
croed: 1st. That slavery, which w.w brought
to Cuba by Un bpaniBU dominion, shoud
coase with it. 2L That slave property shall
bo paid for. 9L That freedmen may boar
anns. ash. That, freed mon havo equal rights
and privileges; aud Bili. That all patriote, of
whatever color, are undor equal obligations to
Oft? ?itl dispatches say that a column of five
hundred troyes, supported by heavy artillery,
L^ivo drivon lin insurgents, two thous-nd
strong, from Hie fortifications around Mayan, I
and have captured ?hat town. No rebel vcr- J
sion of the affair has bcon received,
OSANT AND TES INDIANS-THE SPANISH MINIS?
TER COMPLAINS OF THE CONDUCT OF THE
UNITED STATES TO CUBA.
WASHINGTON, March 15.-In replying io tho
Indian Delegation, Grant said that he would
aid any scheme that would civilize these people
and make them citizens.
Tho Spanish Minister has remonstrated
against tho courso of this country towards
Cuba. He says that men and material roach
Cuba through the cenmvauce of Federal offi?
Secretary Boutwell bas selected Mr. Bartlett,
formerly clerk of the Reconstruction Commit
too, as his private secretary. Many Southern
gentlcmeu, ta whom Mr. Bartlett in his foi mer
position was courteous, will be glad of his pro?
The timo of thirty days, allowed by law,
before tho removal of office-holders in Vir?
ginia, Mississippi and Texas, will expire on
the 17th instant.
It is stated that DeFres lost his place as pub?
lic printer because ho gavo employment to
outspoken rebel Iadie>.
Grant has appointed Robert Martin Doug?
lass, son of Judge Douglass, as his assistant
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Marcus Eldridge, a prominent citizen of
Troy, N. Y., cut his throat yesterday.
The theimometer in Richmond, yesterday,
fell in seven hours from fifty-six to thirty-four.
Great consternation and confusion is occa?
sioned in Virginia by thc order for the removal
of State officers who cannot take the iron-cia 1
GB AXT AXD TUE SOUTH.
Wendell HUI ll lpu Indorse* the President
and Cries for Vengeance-Ile Wants
thc South to Drink thc Blood of the
[From the Anti-Slavery Standard.]
We have felt and aaid that the course of
General Grant was opau to grave criticism.
But we have always judged bim by bis actions;
always auowing that he meant ail he said and
would do all he promised. We propose the
same mle in time to come. We shall take bis
vf ords as earnestly meant, and we shall wait for
action before we critieiae him m his new office.
Thus far we have only thanks to give him. For
three things in his inaugural WP desire to give
hiui credit. With full heart and most earnest?
ly, we thank him for bis frank, prompt and
hearty indorsement of the constitutional
ameudment. The words in which ho refers to
it show that bis heart ia in he right place and
that he cordially accepts the lesson or the war.
It emancipation made .Lincoln tho slave's Presi?
dent tho?o precious and statesmoulika words
make Grant the negro's President. We had
witu similar feeling his assertion that his policy
looks to tho "citizenship" of the Indian. Lot
him oovor the Lid; ID with this shield and give
h m, for the present at least, a dcuartment in
thc Cabinet which sholl watch his rights, and
Presideut Grant will have met these two great
problems ol race wlh a brave and wise, as
well as Just statesmanship.
The tnird pledge of his inauearal we hail is
that which promices a vigoropq and jigoious
execution of law. Wo trust th? baie bis words
mean literally all they say, and only wish they
had been moro decisive and unequivocal. Our
complaint or Grant hitherto bas boon that ho
held power without using it; that be has sat
and seen Union men murdered unavenged.
Some of his friends excused bim on tho ground
that President Johnson crippled the goueral.
At last tho Ku-EJux have loft tho Whito House.
Those mid Jight cowards need only half a doz?
en summary exocutions in as many States to
disappear forever. If we were in the Senate
wo would confirm no man for any office from
any Southern citato, Kentucky included (not
even Holt), till life w?S is safe tbero as in Ver?
mont. Shoot and hang first; nominate and
Wo sa- amen, most heartily, to all the inau?
gural contains about public credit and payment
in gold. But there is a debt just as sacrod as
the bonds, the debt we awe to the Southern
loyalist, black and white. This debt is their
immediate and perfeot protection. If either
is en"Med to precedence this comes first ia
obligaiiou and importauco. This is to oe paid
ia blood long before the other is paid in com.
The bondholder only gains by waiting. For
these other creditors every hour of danger and
a? my cut short is an indescribable gain. Too
government's faith with the bondholder has
never been broken. Toward this otb r credi?
tor the government has he ou perjured and
faithless foi four bitter years. We beseech
Grant to send mea South whose very names
shall mean vengeance, deep, terrible, and most
effective vongeanoe. PH' aside sham govern?
ors and paltering officials, and give ns the
"peace" whioh is eura to follow tho drawn
Bword in tho hands of a prompt honest man.
Tho bondholder paid will give us credit to
boiTOw in case of another reboil- in. This debt
promptly paid will render anotuer rebellion
impossible. It will fi iud tho South with capi?
tal and brains, the two enemies against which
sho reboiled, and whioh her madue^s and
Johnson's bare boen siriving to get aloug
Congress cannot reoonstruct the South-law
can. Safety for meu and money will, buch a
man as Butler in New Orleans is wouh now
more than a male load of lawc Hang twenty
assassins in every Southern capital six hours
after they aro arrested, and voa will empty half
tho bank vaults ot Christendom into tho South;
yon will light ap all its lorges and crowd its
exchanges with badness mon. This is the
way, soldier of tho Wilderness, to "hammer'
the rebellion to pieces. Make your vengeance
so swift, sure and terrible that*the mure narnu
of a " Union mau" m*y be as ampio projection
eveu on the DA Norte as that of a "Roman
oitizm" ws? to St. Paul at Jerusalem.
The Cabinet gives no indication of the Presi?
dent's plans It rather shows that he has none,
for it moans nothing. Massachusetts furunih
es all the first-rate wains it contains.
Thomas Campbell made a selection from tho
-English poets, on the pian of exc.nding every
p:ece any other previous compiler bad taken.
Of course, they, the first comers, bad taken
the boat, and accordingly all Ca vpbe l's pieces
are sooond-rate. Grant's Cabinet follows this
copy. He exe ade? evcrv one thai anybody
eter thought of. Of course he takes the leav.
ings. But this only means that the people aro,
as hitherto, to do thc work.
Prow the Constitutional amendment. Pnsh
the Executive for astron? arm of resolute law
throughout the South, lt' th* South loves
bo jd, lot ner sup lui! of it, only lotit be the
blood of assassins. Sheath uo sword un ?1 hon?
est Umon men, black and whito, Dativo and
foreign, alone, and in compauios, on lonely
prairies and in city streets, SH each auder bis
own vine and tit.' troo-tho stars and stripes
with uouo to molest or make the n afraid.
THE BALTIMORE Corros TOADS.-The cotton
merchauts ol the ui ty ol' Baltimore htvc laloly
adopted tho following rnlet-:
First. That ali o ition transactions shall bo
mudo through cosion brokers.
Secoud. I'hat me broker's commissions shall
bo filly couts por baie, ono bait to ..o p?:d by
tho bo.ior and ?>uo half by tho buyer.
T ird. It shall be tho duty of tho broker lo
jam pie ami pas-? upon all cotton, and in case
lus juug nent shall be objected to by eitlior
party, tno dissatisfied party .?.'lab have thc
right t.> call another b ok or, ard in oaso of tito
two not a^'ieoiu,',a third broker sbail bo called
in, and the united judgmeut of two of thom
shall Le final.
It is far thor recommended thal six iron b.mdH
or hoops snail bo sufficient fut (ooh hatti; ?ny
excess of tua? nain ber shai! be taken tlT, or
tho weight tiliowotl, at the option of thu bayer.
Palsolror fraudulently packed coitoa sh >uid
bur? j jeted. .No allowance shall bc niado ia
nji?cv.1 packcl c ito is when thc bayer takes
tho H ?ns .'ul nt exuthsiug liiu ligi.t. ol rojeu
tiiHt. Any hub weig tug lc^. t tittil 80C pooltdd
fcii-iil l o ccosidi iud utimo>ehftiitab u and may
-A powerful strait) *iw-tpt!l on whoota is
being built nt Woico?'er. iiua*. lt is u-Lu
.nov d about ibo country a-.<! i so l waercvsr
wuutoi. Thc aiaciiiv.- weigh; tv.olv; toa.*
WASHINGTON If JE WS ANJO GOSSIP.
Trouble Crewing Between- the Presi?
dent and the Radicals- Ihe Tenure
of-office Act not to he Repealed.
The Washington Radicals are said to be
greatly alarmed lest the President's course
should lead to an open rupturo with Congress.
Among themselves thc Republican members of
the House have boon quite free in their criti?
cisms of what they term the President's blun?
ders. Tho politicians, as might be oxpeoted,
attribute them to but ono cause, to
wit, PreBideu-'s Grant's refusal to con?
sult them. "If he had asked and token
the advice of a few senators and members
who know somothing about these things,
ho would not have run himself and thc party
into this awkward predicament," said a prom i
ncnt Republican member of the House. ' 'It
will teach him a lesson for the future," said j
another. "I don't think he will try to run the
machine himself any further," chimed iu a
third. "Ko," volunteered still another, "it's
too big a machine for any ono one man to run;
I don't ciro if he had the wisdom of half a
dozen Solomons." Those were the expressions
ol'opinion among Republicans concerning the
?rst acts of Grant's administration. Tho poli?
ticians think they have achieved a victory, and
they secretly chuckle over tho circumstances
which arise, as they think, to show Presidon t
Grant that bc cannot get ulong without them.
Thc ?tate Department-Correspondence
between Grant and Washbarne.
Thc following is the correspondence between
President Grant and air. Washbnrne :
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 10,1869.
To Ihe President :
When you did me the honor to confer upon
mo the appointment of Secretary of State. I
felt constrained to state to you that my health
would prevent me from holding tho po ition
for any length of time. I am already admon?
ished that a proper discharge of the duties o.
tho office wou:d iuvnlvemore labor and respoo
sibihty than I am willing to undertake, in jus?
tice to the public interest and myself, lt con?
venient and agreeable to you, 1 would be glad
to have yon name my successor at as early a
moment as you deem predicable, and you will
please consider this as my resignation, to take
efl'jct as 600i' as my successor is qualified and
ready to enter upon the discharge .! the duties
ot the office.
I need not adi here, Mr. President, how
gratefully lapptociato the distinguished honor
you conferred upon me by ?nvitiug me to be?
come one of your constitutional advisers.
Had circumstances permitted it, I should
have been pleased to have been associated
with yon officially, and lo have aided you. as
far as m my power, in carrying out your views
in the administration of the eovornment. upon
tbe principles of honesty, retrenchment, ocon
omv, public faith, and equal and exact j us tico
I have tho honor to bo, vory respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
E. B. WASHBDBNE.
Tho following is Prosid ?nt Grant's reply :
EXECUTIVE MANSION. i
WASHINGTON, D. C., March ll. 1839. j
Eon. E. li. Washburn*: Secretar;/ of Stale :
DEAS BU-Your resignauou of he office of
Seer j tai y of Stale, wi tb reasons for the sumo
In aceeptiug il, I do so with regret that
your health will not p rinit you to con?
tinue iu the office or in some Cabinet position.
Our porsonai relations havo been such from
the breaking: out of tho rebellion to the pres?
ent day, aud your support of mo individually,
and of the army ?Di its cause SUCH, that HO
other idea presented itself stronger to my mind
on the first news of my election to tho ITcsi
dency thau that I should continua tobago your
advice and assistance, lu parting with yon,
toen-foro, I do it with assurance ol ooutmued
coufiiience in your ability, zeal and friendship,
and withtbe bope that you may soon be re?
lieved from the physical disabilities ender
which you have labored for thc last few years.
Your obedient servant,
U. 8. GBANT.
tv h nt. President Orant say, oat tbe
Repeal ot tn? Te narc-of -ollie c Act.
Representatives Julian, of Indiana, and
Loan, of Missouri, had an interview a few days
ago with President Grant, the result of which
is thus given in a Washington telegram :
Mr. Julian, after usual courtesies, asked in
substance what General Grant's policy would
be as to local appointments. Mr. Lincoln's
rule was to refer all local applications for
plat es, such as postmttors, collectors, asses?
sors, ?c., to the re pr osen tan vo of the district,
p nd accept his jugment thereon. If it was not
incompatible with the General's ideas of pro?
priety, he (Mr. Julinu) would be glad to know
what rule would be adopted hy the now admin?
istration, as he was in the receipt of many ap?
plications, and. if expected to give bis views,
would like to have time to examine fairly into
General Grant replied at once that, except in
a few cases ali over the country, woore ho
might desire to appoint a personal or army
friend whose ability, &c, ho had pommai
knowledge of, the rule Mr. L.ncoln followed
would be bis. Representatives were directly
rospousibeto the pooplo, and they were the
proper poisons lo lecomniond.
Mr. Julian then remarked : "General, the
case ii a little diff rent now. Ia Mr. Li nenin' i
time wo had no Tenure-of-offijo a t; uow we
shall have to deter to tho senators more."
General Grant replied, speaking qnite de
l ber&tely: "Wc 1, gentlemen, on that matter I
can nly say that if the law is no, repealed I
consider m.vso.f hound o enforce it. He hud
told senators, io conversation on tho su bj oct.
he wis a citiz m an i bou d to obey tho taws,
which he should do. It tho law is n >t ropealed
I shad remove no man from office excopt for
cause." 'Then," roma k.-d Mr. Jul au, "tho
fact. Genera', that an officer-holder is , Dem?
ocrat, and has hean a Jouiisoti man. will not in
itself bo a sufficient cause for removal ?" "K i,"
was tbs emrhatio response. "1 snail protect
office--h Idors who do their daty, whalev ir may
ie their politics, if tho law remains, agA.nst
both Executive and se iiton.il ln'erfereuc:. I
have Bald this to sonatina, and the justice of
theview was acknowledged."
There WHS a great deal of quiet humor in the
General's mau Uar wheu ho said that, and he
evid ntlv soi-mcd t J (< ol that he had made a
point which Would worry thu aux ous politi?
cians into repealing thu meddlesome law. A
good deal was sa d in rogard to the law. and
General Grant expressed his regret at differing
with some ot his best friends in thu Sena o -
mentioning particularly Senator Howe, ol' Wis?
consin. He seemed also quito . oiifideut that
thc law would be repealed by the Jb'orty-first
Hinckley on tho War Pa th - Part ic ala r
of th? Recent K neunter.
A Washington letter, of Thursday evening,
gives thc following particulars ol' thc affair al?
ready brioAy uotieod by toleg apb :
Mr. John M. Bi.ickiey, kio solicitor of inter?
nal revenue, nud n personal encounter lo-Uay
with Denni] dwinntsiouer Harland au<I de?
sired ono wi.h rX-C?;? l'Hissa of Rollin-, but
tbe ruo. i. a capacity of Ui^ lt. i~r pro vom ed tn.it
gr.titivation. Tins moitnug, as Mr. ltoiliuu
was un his way si ri", F-s-rrt to too infernal
royouue bureau, ile. Lii.icUiiy, who wai b
liiud li m. called tu Lim 'o ct ip. Mr. R lihou,
un ai. first re ">gn zing ibo voice, looked tiouud
and seeing Mt. Hinckley, d"cliued to huit and
air. Rollins' version of tho affair in (hat. when
ho baw Mr. riiookley. lie siw mau luisoiiiei wai
intended, and ro<-o: co;i. g that his (R illina')
ngot hand ww disabled, ho uicrcasod ms pac
.a-.d walked mor j rapidiy lowatd I'itloci.t.i
ilreot. Buckley increased his pace also, and.
a? i,c Waa guiuiiig on air. R., ihe latter stan ed
oo a rou, au.i wits io.lowed by B?, in a ?im?
itar paco, to tho very door or tho internal
revenue bureau. Mr. Diuokluy and disintji
OtiScd pani e ?ho wduussod tho w.o.o af
?air do nut ex.te.ly a. .ree with ilr. lioUmb1
Bt'jieiasDt, bnr. s -y that tho roa.nnii t:,c
litter saw Biuoktoy ho ht .ar I cd un u fori u
nm. u'id Ut ucl: o\ after him. ilia ex-sodcitur m
biri (iitoiu throning aw ay his cane ?UKI ha., ana
divesting himself oi h.s coat nnd SUC.i thur
cloibintrasctiuumiieredliim. MIHIyodedat ?h.
top ol ins voice, us he pursued tho lu ;iiiv( -
"Ssop, you coward 1" "?tup. jon coward!"
hut Mr. 'Rollins would uot atop. Ho bad no'*
travelled over the hills and valleys of New
Hampshiro for nothing. His legs were mus?
cular and strotig, and his feel were fleet, and
he therefore outstripped bis pursuer and pain?
ed a refuge within the door of the internal
revenuo bureau just as the ex-solicitor was
about, to put bis hand upon him. Binckle.v did
notven:uro into the building, but retracing
bis sleps, he picked up his hat, cane and coat,
and "nursing bis wrath to keep it warm,"
Btartcd for bis residence. Having lOBt bis vic?
tim, he was in a bad humor "with all the
world and the rest of mankind," and was evi?
dently "spoiling for a fl gilt."
Unfortunately for Mr. Harland, tho deputy
commissioner, ho wai tile first man tba' Binok
ley mot in hi ? mad career, when the following
BmckJey, (passionately)- "Do you fight?
Your d-d'boss is a d-tl coward. He won't
fight, and I've just run him into his office."
H.r and (quietly, and evidently not antici?
pating any serious results,)-"Uh, ves, I'll
J bo words wero scarcely uttered, when
"whack" went Binckley'sfist in Harland's neck,
and down into the gutter went the deputy
commissioner. Harland under and Hinckley
on top; for, in falling, the deputy commissioner
caught the ex-solicitor by tho log and pulled
him down. But, while he roiled to tret in a
blow. Hinckley succeeded in pummelling his
an aeonist protty well about the face, until a
crowd, which had now gathored, came np and
sopar ited the combatants. Tbo roan t ol tho
whole battle may be summed up thus: Killed,
none; wounded, ono, (Harland;) missing, one,
( Hollins;) bad y damaged about tho trowsers,
Mr. Biiiekley immediately repaired to Jus?
tice Walter's office and delivered himself up,
when be was held iu $300 security to answer at
court. Air. J. H. Mccutcheon becoming bis
s9 rarity. Mr. Harland repaired to bis office,
and was not so badly injured as tn prevent his
immediately entering upon the discharge of
ha duties, although his face will bear marks of
the conflict for a day or two. When asked if
he intended to prosecute Btnckley he replied,
I he affair has very naturally created a good
deal ot excitement among the friends of all the
gentlemen concerned, and has, to a certain ex?
tent, really divided public iuterest with tho
Cabinet and other appointments. The advico
given to Biuckley by his friends is that he bud
better cut stick and run, for the district judges
will certainly give him a month or two in jail,
and there is no ?udrew Johnson now to pardon
The President and the Diplomatie Co rps.
About two o'clock on Thursday the members
of the Diplomatic Corps now iu the city called
upon (he President, and were introduced by
Socretary Wash burne. They were all attired
in tboir elegant court costumes. Baron Ge reit,
addressing the President, said:
Mr. President-Tho representatives ot foreign
nations accredited to the Governtneat of tho
United States have the honor, on this occa?
sion, to renqw the assurance of their sincere
wishes for thc welfare of your Excellency and
of tho nation which has entrjstod to yon the
executive powor of the Government of tho
lu tho name of my colleagues, I express the
mod sinc3r i hopes that thc friendly relations
now existing between the Unitod States and
other nations will bo zaiiutaiued auder vour
administration. Such. Mr. President, will be
tho ai n of our most earnest and constant en
Tho President, in rospo ise, said :
Rann Gero1' and Gcn'lemin ff ?he Dip'o
mu te Corps-I heartily tnauk you for tho ki: d
expression o? your gocd wishes fir my welfare
sud ibo nat iou which 1ms chosen me us its
chief magistrate. You mav be assured that it
a..all be niv constaut endeavor to maintain
tiloso relatu n i of pea"e and friendship which
now ex st betweon tho United States anu the
countries winch you respeolivoly rouresent. a
puioo.se which, lau happy to learn Jroui you,
will bo tully reciprocated.
The diplomats Iben wilhdrow.
THE VAUCLUSE COTTON FACTORY.
An Important Enterprise-Ita Origin ,
Progress and Prospects.
(From tho Augu?ta Constitutionalist.]
Tho magnificent succoss of the Augusta and
Granitcville factories has impelled a number
ot gout lernen in South Carolioi and Georgia to
combino sdmowliat ot their surplus funds for
the pm pose of establishing a new cotton mill,
lt is propose 1 lo raise, by sub sen nt ion. a capi?
tal stock ot $500 000. and locate the factory at
Vaucluse, Sou. h Carolina. Of th i sum pro?
posed, tho amount of $250,000 lias already boen
conditionally subsenbod at the North, and
i h --re remains bul an equal amount to be raised
(Southward in order to mike the enterprise a
success. Wo aro glad to know that a very
ba ids ima proportiou of th s hus already beeu
pledged, und now that the subscription books
ure opened at tho office of Messrs John J.
Cohen & Son wo anticipate constant acces?
sions, so that tho matter will be promptly
launched. 1 bough tho capital Block is to be
$500 000, CD por cunt, only will bo called for
when ad is ubsorib d, and the remaining 40
percent, in four instalments within twelve
months. Ou- of thifl capital it is proposed to
expend $400 000 in the eroetioa ot a mill of
15 000 ?pind?s. Tho Augusta mill has, we
biiiove. 18 OOO spindles, and the Qranitevillo
mill 22 000. Wo refer to this to show that,
tooug.i not so capacious as oither ol thone
splendid factories, the projected mill at Vau-:
ciuso will, nevertheless, bo one ot considerable I
Tho location selected-Vaucluse-is. all 1
things oonsidored, tho very bes: attainable iu
this immodiaio rogiou. Thora wo Hod a mag?
nificent wator power, equal to throe hundred I
horses, under a fall Oi lort?-eight feet, and
banks so bold that it can be controlled by a
dani not to exooel six hundred toot in length.
lu tact I hore oxists already a stone dam ere t
ed m 1859 with a viow to extension, giving
a tall of i worn y foot, which can bo elaborate y
completed witu about fivo hundred per?ues of
masonry. A oiroiul computation of cost f jr
tho dani docs not go beyond $20,000. which
amount is deemed suffljient to secure dim
and t.ireha.vs sf the most: durah c character,
?ucludtug, likewise, the cost and selling of
the wheel, lt would oe difficult to d id else?
where, either in Ocoigia or South Carolina,
so muc. power at so small an expenditure of
Tho tra ot upon which the mill it to bs siln
ated coutaius ovor 2400 aeres of well-wood >d
lund. Careful expo, ts estimate that 4 000,000
toot of good lumber oan bo pi oe,ired from tuts
land, much of wuioti will not cost m ire than
$8 per ti.ousand. B; nco the timber may bu eis,ly
hau.ed hi a id fl tatod dow.i the creek. This
loiv pr co ol' lumber will largoly save in tho
construction o. tho factory building. The force
o. this siulcin Mt will be the better appr?cia tod
w.;en u is known that mill owuurs at tue North
pay fi om $35 io $10 per t noaa md for gn djrs
and flooring, lies Jos i lioso advantages lhere
are mhuts ot' much valuo. Wo note on tho
preniisoi ovar sixty hou-es. containing miiy
tw; .udiod room-: a largo dwelling aud out
buildings, suiiabiu foi a bupeniitcndeia; a ?pa
emus co ton warehouse which cnn br u.-cd ns
a work,nop; gas works, wth au ample gas?
ometer; granito in abundance. Tho pro?
perly is uuinonmbcrcd, and has been
in poasAxsfoii ol ibo(Jrogg family for m >re. than
Um ty year.?. ili.oiigu die land tho Columbia
aed Augusta Rai.rou?! p sses, uffjrding a vuut
noi l u . ard v,u Noi 'odtor via Augusia and Sa?
vannah, i ho Soul h Carolina Itailrjad amo ta
hardly, ?iud tie PWtltivd Hoad, if ovor
built, viii hay ?? a brauen io Giv.uitovilio. Kout
rou:rn by rad will tous e.inio.iii to furnish an
out.el ior tins factory, lt is co di la.itiy pre?
sumed. .viiiiBiic.i a-.ivaulugci ?us hove been sot
form, tb it a col ton mill eau bo built at Vau
cluiiso corral pul d ugly cheaper ihsu olsow.ioro
at the South, ?lid, wheo finished, iht.t good*
can ?io ma lufuoiurod to take rank with loo
liiuat renowned ptiuia of Now Euglo.id. Thc
parlies proimuui Hy engaged in forwarding
ibis ontci-priso oaicuiato on having it m ac?
tivo (.per.'lion m ??uo;i. fifteen months after
Wo ?ctn n that smco the soborno was first
brotvCiOdti hus bad tnmy warm supporters
mid met with lust.tut a.id HUbutaulial on
uaiur goutonl, escocia ly i i <? :urgii. Tito utily
U'bi.anonain-Jiig caii:ali.t? geojins to be ou
ib : so-ov o. i !XH. Vi/ : . a.u, However, Ul it,
UteViog a.-o lained tho am >aa. to lie raised, Ih'j
tax in uudii go..oral ?di all o a no* o property
t.bi.-.i. W?;b*ve dwelt ut som length iipo.i
t-iistlt'tma lucariioofil<? inagmiudj andim
rx?rianei. Oar intention ha DUJ itiuipiy io
ni.k: public a movement which premiase suc?
cors. ?ind tu reojrd ajioirar snide for .ard iu
the path ol'truo Southern independence.
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
The Thunderer Asks, "Who'a Afraid, in
the ?vtnt of War ?"
[From the London Times, February 27.]
Mr. Johnson can scarcely be aware of the
extent ol' this repurmance to war, and this sin?
gle wish to save only the national honor, when
ho tells the good people of Manchester that a
war must he vastly more disastrous to this
country than to his own. There is not the
Blitrhte.'it necessity for imparting puoh a calcula?
tion into the controversy. Tho material results
are really out of the question altogether. We are
quite aware that io the event of war wo should
not be able to render effectual oid to oar Cana?
dian dominion, and that our fellow-subjects out
there would either have to fight at a terrible dis?
advantage, or mortify our pride by anticipat?
ing dele?c and yielding lo terms. In a m iteri
al poir.l of view, that would be no loss to this
c^nutry. The suggestion that numerous Ala
I bamas would scour every ocean in search of
tho British flag, and lie in wait in the crowded
track of oar Australian galleons, is a thought
o ' retaliation that must be only too natural.
But neither is the menace necessary, nor is it
so certain that we should find the odds against
us in this kind of warfare Our ancestors were
robbers and pirates, au t the Americans are a
step farther from that origin than we
are, for we are an earlier link in the
chain. Two ships did all the mountain
of misohief that is laid to our charge, and if it
is strange that thoy could be allowed to get
out of our ports, it is very much stranger tbat
they should bo allowed to scour an en?
ture ocean and lb rea ton every pathway of com?
merce. It' our neglect, our red-tapeism, and
stupidity were so great as to arouse suspicion
aud breed mistrust, what is to be said of the
American admiralty ? How cnn Mr. Johnson
bc sure tbat what has happened will not hap?
pen acaiu? His argument roquiros that both
circumstances and national character should
change on both sides of the At antic. We are
to become irresolute, backward and chary.
We are to bocomo insensible to that honor
which, if anywhere we console ourselves we
have maintained on the sea. We are to bo inca?
pable of doing on a grand and open seale that
which was lately done here on tho smallest
possible scale, irregularly and surrepti?
tiously, yet with astounding success. Ihe
crime charged against those ' privateers
was thal they were British in every re?
spect whatever, except a flag and a captain's
commission. On the other hand, the Ameri?
cans are to do on a colossal scale what they
failed to do in miniature. By their own esti?
mate they lost more in the late war by the
ships that durst not show themselves at all,
but kept in harbor for fear of those two mon?
sters than by the actual captures. Then, in
the present state ol American politics, who oaa
count on the permanence of the status quo in
any respect ? How would a foreign war ope?
rate ou the Federal question ? Wonderful and
unexpected things have happened on that fab?
ulous soil; witness the death or maiming of a
million man in the field. What has happened
may stilt happen. S i also may that which Las
not happened, nor even boen imagined.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CHARLESTON.-Parraaot to the provisions of the
Act ol the General Assembly incorporating tho
"HOME .(NsUftiNCE COMPANY OF CHARLES?
TON." the und-r.-igacrt Commlsooaers hereby give
notice that tuey will open books and receive sub
scriptioat to the Capital stook of said Company on
MOND?T, 22d March, 1S69, at the office ot A. L.
TOBIAS, Insurance A gout, No. i O'J East Bay.
Charleston, between thc hours of 9 o'clock in the
forenoon and G o'clock In tho afternoon and that tho
said booki will bc aootiaued open from day to day
uuU' the requisite amount of capitol shall have boen
It la provided in tho Act that tho abares shalt ba
twouty-?vo (523) dollars each, and that five (15) do'.
lars shall bo paid at the time of subscribing.
A. L. TOBIAS, 1
O. W. WILLIAM*, J
FRAN"T< J. PELZES, (. Coaimlsaioaers.
HUNKY COB!A, I
HfcNBi Buldf, I
March 16 tatham*
?- ALMOST EVERY DAY WE HEAR
mmv persona complaining of headache, loss of ap?
petite, and tbat they are not flt to do anything, ??c.
Many ls tbe day that wo have felt so ourselves, and
in fact have gone to bod and Imagined ourselves
sick, but for the lii'e of us could not tell what was
th? matter. One day while thus complaining, a
friend said to us, "Why don't yon try PLANTATION
BI riKOi? they ats reilly a good thing, and will
make yon feel like a new man." Upon his recom?
mendation wo purchased a bot fe, and took them ac?
cording to thc directions. They petmeJ to go right
to tho spot, and gavo ns immediate relief. Evor
since wo have taken every opportunity to recom?
MAOSOLIA WATHE.-^nporior to the best imported
German Cologne, and solo at bali the price.
tar A MALARIOUS MONTH.-MARCH,
tbat elves us a i ew President, ls a'ao the lnauaural
month of m my barrassing disorders. Entangled In
its togs are tbe seeds of coughs, colds, and of that
alternation of ?rij?idlty and firs, more widely known
than admired, called fover and ague. The only
way to avoid thone "11 le unpleasantnesses," is io
render ibo system Rtroog enough to fight off tbe at?
mospheric poison that produces them, and the
bebt way lo endow it wiih this repellant power is
to tone it with HO?lKTTEu'? BiOMiOfl BIT?
if a wuyfircr were credibly informed that a ruf?
fian was waiting kt the next corner, ho would doubt?
less turn in his tracks, nd luke a <afor route t > bis
destination. Wita just about tho same amount of
trouble, th > attacks of d eea-ca prevalent at tuts s?a
soa may be evaded. Nay, tue troub le will be lei>B,
for Drugstores Ile in everyone's matu, and every
re-peet J bia druggist in thu Union keeps on baud
no-TtsTTEB'S HUIES. Tbe article li a staple
of t rado, und it would t o as easy to find a grocery
without nuga-, as the store of on apothecary without
thi- popular tonic lemcdy.
In vi.w or the experience of the aatlon with re?
gard to tbe ar iclc, during Ihe space of twenty
yea?, it eoems almost unnecessary to recapitulate
a- morits lo AmcrioiuB. But os our population is
lnctcas ns at the rrt* ot a couple ol militons a
year, io the natura, way and b immigrai lou. lt may
boas well to h nt to ibo ri-dug generation and new
arrivals, (ibo old setUere know uti about it,) that
HOsi fc.mil'.? 8t'0.il iOU BUTER* i.i the most
wholesome and potent veg-table tonic ever manufac?
tured; that it isa sr eel he for debility, dys.i. ps-o,
biliousness, and ail ia malic levers; that it prevents,
as vt? : 1 aa eures, tb 'rt oumptain s and tboir com
plicatin..ri; that it 1* not * bad to toko," ?ad ls ab.u
lu ely hanni sa 6 DAO Mar h IS
aw.ii THE COMMON PLEAS, CHARLES
10N COUNiT-FIi.>T UOUOir.-It ls ordered,
tbat a Special Cession of tbe Cou. t of Common Pie is
for thc First C ro lit tba 1 be hold lt Charlen ou, on
Moioo ?Y, tho twenty-ninth Jay of March instant;
&ud tUat tne Clerk ur the oart shall oatire lbs lime
aud pla o far Molding the un.i lo bc no' ?flo 1 fur two
weeks sue e?Blvcly inouc or more ol tho newspapers
published ia Ihe City ol Ola.r.c-ton.
(-.iL'uedi B. Lt CARPENTER.
Maren ll, 1S89.
A true copy. A. C. F.ICHMOND,
Yarcu 12 16 Clerk.
~83r ALL ARTICLES S01.D PROM TUE
omablisbiuoa; et IV ri. ft OOiiWM 4: 00 , No. 276
King-atreet, between Wentivorlh ?od Ucaufam, aru
ot thc FIK->? QC A i.I i Y. they sell no goods bu- what
can be tarrant 1 us 1>U BE A Ni? oENUlNE. Tais is
au otabhsued fact.
03-ESSAYS POK YOUNO MEN.-ON 1BE
Errorn and .ibuuca iaeideat to Youth uni'. Early Man*
hool w.iti tho bu'iiund view of iruatm -nt und eut*,
sen: hy mini nea ut o'.aiao AdJrene HOWARD
A?O?TAiJU??, ' oxP, Pniiadelpbla, Pa.
J au uar)' 20
SST BATCHELORS MAIR DXJEV-XHIH
snloudi.l Hair Dye ts ibo liest m the ?torld; ta?
oui? true and perfect Dye; bartule??, rcliabi?
nnnnuincous; no dlsappo?itment; DO H,ICU??H>
Unix; remedies me 111 effect* ul hud dye-: loviti
ralM und leav..< thc bair noil anJ biauului Mail; ur
Drown. Sold hv all Drn-?.'is'H ?nd f. r.'iin ers; and
properlv applied al Katcnelor*s Wig Paoiory, Nc
Boad-strfcot, ISo* York. lyr January i
?.CONSIGNEES PERSTEAMSHIP MA
LA??, from Baltimore,are hereby notified thai
is TUM DAT discharging /argo at Pier No. 1,U:
Wharves. All Good? not taken away at sunset,
remain on wharf at Consignee a' risk.
MORDECAI b 00.,
?S*ALL DEMANDS AGAINST T
Schooner MONTROSE, KKUDSON Mailer, mm
handed in at eur office before TO-MOEBOW (Wed
day) MORNING, 17th Inst, at Iwelve o'olock, or
will bo debarred payment.
J. A. ENSLOW Ac CO., Agents,
March 16_2_No. Ul East Ba
JOS-CONSIGNEES PER S T E A M S H
MANHATTAN, from New York, are nott
tha*. she is discharging cargo at Artger's WI
THIS DAT. Goods remaining on the wharf at i
set will be stored at expense and risk of owners
JAMES ADGER ic CO.,
March 16_ 1 Agent
JO*JNOIICE.-THE ASSE*80RS FOR !
Andrew's Parish give notice that they will be a
Andrew's Church on TUESDAY and WONEHDAT n
the 16th and 17th inst., for the Assessment ol
Personal Property and Boni Estate in said Parish
March ll 5 THOMAS A. BATNAB1
?r NO CURE! NO PAT I-FORRES '.
JUNIPER TAB ls warranted to cure Coughs, Cro
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Spitting of Blood i
Lung Diseases. Immediate relief produced. '
it; if not Bati'fied, return the empty bottles and
your money back.
Sold wholesale and B?tail by the Agent,
G. W. AIM AR. Druggist,
Corner Klug and Tanderborst stree tf
49* Price 35 cents.
February 27 sao tuthsSmos
??CHEROKEE PILLS, OR FEMA;
REGULATOR.-Cure Suppressed, Excessive s
Painful Menstruation, Green Sickness. Nervous a
Spinal Affections, Pains in the Back, Hysterias, Si
Headache, Giddiness, and all diseases that apr!
from 1 rregul inly, by removing the cau.-ie and all t
effects that arise from it They are perfectly safe
all cases, except when forbidden by directions, a
are easy to administer, as they are nicely Sag
coated. They should be In the hands of eve
Maiden, Wife and Mother In the land.
The cherokee Pills are sold by all druggists, at
per box, or six boxes for $6.
Sold In Charleston, ti. C., by A. W. ECKEL b O
G. W. A IM AR, W. A SHRINE, RAOUL 4 LT NA
ED. 8. BURNHAM and E. H. KELLERS b ( O.
February 16 sao ta cbs.?o? amo i
I ?"THE EXTENT TO WHICH 1HE ADU
TER AXION of tiquera ls camed on in this cai
try maxes lt the duty of the purchaser to hives
gate the merits of the article offered for sole, lt it
well known fiet that many of the Brandies, Wini
bo., are manufactured from Frenen Kr tract?, East
till Oils sad Alcohol, whioh is poisonous, there
causing many injurions effects.
Tho publie u Justly suspicious of nearly evei
thing put up for sale under the name of Liquors, a
the trade has been brought into disrepute, and
order to lnaars to those who deidre a Pure Article,
is only necessary for us to say tbat we Import Dir?
all Brandies, Wino? and Gins, and warrant them pi
feei 1 j pur? as or Icio al ly Imported.
All Bottled Liquors bomana tbs libels of W.
OOBWIN b CO., san be relied upon as befolg pure.
49-PurehsHCN should no'ice Lint the Paper Ci
over thc cork ia not broken. Wc ??r j fur Bottles tl
have eur labels on, One Lollar per duzen, when 1
JO" CHEROKEE REMEDY OURES AI
Urinary Complaints, viz: Gravel, In lamination
tho Bladder and Kndeys, Bctentlon of Urine, S tr
turee of the Urethra, Dropsical swellings, Brick Da
Deposits, and all diseases that require a dinreti
and when used tn conjauction with the OHEROKE
INJ EC HO M, does noe tail to cure Gonorrhea, Glee
and all mucous Diso ia .-net In Mala or female, cn
jug recent cases in fr ia one to turee days, ana is ?
pucially recommended in those eas?? of Fluor Alb;
or Waites In Females. Th j two mediclaes used i
conjunction will not fall to remove this disagreeab
complaint and in tbose oases where other mediolm
have been used without success.
Pnoe- Bemedy, Ons Bot He, JJ; Throe Bottles $6
Price-Injection, One Bottle, $2; Three Bottles I
Sold m Charleston, g. 0., by G. W. AIM AR, E. I
KELLERS b CO., A. W. ECKEL at CO., W. J
MK IU NE. ID. 8. BURNHAM and RAOUL k L? N M
EeO: u.'iry l? SAO tuthscowSnioa
JO-WE ABE CONSTANTLY BECEIV1N
from tho Moyune Distrlets o? China tho choie?
chops of GREEN AND BLACK TR AH of new t cae on
which ara unrivalled fer their strength and dehoac
flavor. We warrant our T a AS to be pure and ni
aa tented, and ?ogive general satisfaction. Aawi
are constantly in recel?t of larg? carcroes of Teas, w
aro enabled te offer to tba public tbs finast ohops .
a ?rico that many dealers offer Inferior Tea at ,
trial and companion will at once prove th sassei
tton, sad it joly remains for the pabilo to judge c
themselves. WU. M. COBW1N Ac CO.,
_No. 276 King-sToet.
JO"DR. WRIGDT'S REJoVENATINi
KI.IX.1-, OB ESSENCE OF LIFE, cures Goners
Debility, Weakness, Hysterics ia Fem iles, Palpita?
tion ot the Haart and all Nervous Liaoa-os. It xe
atoros new life and vigor to the og?l, causing the ho
blood o' youth to courso the vom?, restoring th?
Org ns of Generation, rnmoviDg Impotency and Da.
bility, restoring Manliness and tu 1 vigor, thus p-ov
mg a perfect "Elixir of Love," removing Sterllit;
c?d Bar.eanoss in both sexes. To tue yo in/, mid
die aged and a"'od, there is no greater boon than
this "Elixir of Lifo." It RI vea a ne* lease of life
causing tue weak and debilitated to have renewer!
strength and vigor, and tho entire system to thrll
wiih Joy and pleasure.
Price- Cns bullio 12; Three bottles 15.
Sold 10 Charleston, S. 0., by B. H. KELLER3 b
CO., A. W. ECKEL & 00., G. W. AIV1?B, W. A.
SKKINK, ED. b. BURNHAM and RAMULA r,v N UL
february 10 nao tutii!-eow3mo?
JO" ERRORS OP YOUTH. -A GhNi'LE
MAN who suffered for years from Nervoas Debility,
Prem ature Decay, and all the effects ol you hf al in?
discretion, will, for the saki 01 sunaiiug humanity,
uend froe to all who need il, th 3 NOaipt and .liroc
tions tor making the simple rom e. ly hy which be was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advert?s,
er's experience, caa do so by addro-stnc:, in ported
confidence, JOHN B. OUDfcN,
No. 42 Ce?ar-street, New York.
February 3 _Smog
O-J. S. MARUN (LAIE ?ftU?Eli &
d > R l'IN I, v/ill bo plea- i'd to soe his tripods and cu?
lomera at WM S. CORWIN A CO., No. 275 King
street Oetwcon Wo itworth a-?'i Bnaufdn
JO-CU12ROKEE CUKE, THE GREAT IH
DI\N MEDICINE, curas ill-Drei ei ciusei by aolf
ab nw, viz: Sperma orri) SO, M-minal Weafcncts,
z'lght Emissions Loa-ot Momory, Un,vcr .al L^s.
tu le. Pains iu .hi B io's, Dimajss of VWtou, Prema?
ture Old age, Wau Morves. Diflljuit areo h.nir,
Palo ouati'iiaac.', ia- inlty, Coasaai:uio:i, sud ail
tllsjasu s ina', io "low as a sequence of yoathlul indis
I h j Chnrokee Cure will rostoro health and vigor,
8>op tho rmissto is, aud off*eta porniaueut euro alter
all otacr med'cm is have fulled.
Pi icu $2 per bottlo, 01- -.bree bottles for $5. Sold by
sold In . harlertou, 8. C., by W A KKRINK,
RAOUL & LYNAH. A. W. ECKEL & CO., ED. g.
BURNHAM and E. H. KEl.LEKS k00.
Feb- miry IC_pac airn-eo.'3roos.
JO" THE CELEBRATED W. S C. CLUU
HOC IE GIN. pu-c, sof. and u-.rqu tiled-W COL?
WIN & CO., sob AgBUis Medic,-.! nie? of thc Tii:;b
cst ejanding ack-iowledec tb-it ;iu. iu es nure ^tiio.
has groat medical propurtios We iborrtor* ?lac?
the ."'L?H I10U <E GIN two o the publie willi ilia
Greatest conti lenco and nvirj .wt cilia ly to 'host
who U--0 it medi'-tottUy, a* ?1 article ibit?nly re?
quires to he known ti ta 3-0:-.- I? ?ppstehtx?.
US' i\ 50 per boil le. iii per case.
PUR COUPER HIV K ll AMD ALL WAY
THE SLOOP ZGLIKA. SANFORD VAS?
TER, will receive Freight ag above untfl
i the 16th.
For engagements, apply at MARSHALL'S
H ABF._2_March IS ?
POR BWSTO\-DESPATCH LINS.
TEE ONLY RSO UL All LINE PACKETS. I
THE FIRST CLASS SCHOONER B. JJ.
HAWKINS. J P. WYATT Mistar, having
ia portion of cargo engaged and going on
?board, wants Cotton a jd light freight to fill
np with quick despatch.
March 13_WILLIAM BOAOH k CO.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THU HARBOR,
THE FINE. FAST RAILING AND COM?
FORTABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
kWill resume her tripj to hu to ric po;trta In.
?the harbor, and will leave Government
Wharf daily at len A. M. and Three P. M. > ..
For Passage apply to TH J vi AS YOUNO,
Decemoer 18 3mo . Captain, on board;' - -
POR SEW TORE, - .!
TBE FIRST-CLASS SIDE-WHIBL.
'STEAMSHIP CHARLESTON, Bzs
' BT Commander, wU leave AdgeVa
. Wharf on TUESDAY, th? letta
instant, at 8 o'clock A. M.
&3~ No Bills of Lading signed after the sailing a
as- 'J broogb Bills of La-ling to Providence, E. L,
and Boston at reasonable rates.
OS- Insurance cm be obtained by tba Steamers of
this line ai J? per rent. .
For .Freight or Ins ?age, apply to
JaMK* AOOER k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Adder's Wharf (Up-f tatra).
March 16 _j
PAST PR BIGHT LUVE
TO AND FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA, WASHINGTON' CITY, WILMINGTON,.
DEL., CINCINNATI. OHIO. ST. LOO?. MO.,
AND OTHER N O RT H WK S TE BN CITIES.
LEAVING EACH PORT ?'.VERY (TH DAT.
FALCON,..JESSE D Hon-IT. Commander.
StA GULL.N. e. DuCTOM, Commander?
MARYLAND.J. V. JOHNSON, ?o mia lader.
j^f-te-?. TER FAVORITE AND SWIFT
X^t?fT^SU-amtDlp SEA GULL, N. P. DUT
4^ffl^^MTpT0W Commander, will aaU for Balti
?-Srac?Liiiori! OD TUESDAY. 16th Marou, at
half-past . o'clock P. M., tr o ia Pier No. L Union
49" Cotton to Da1 timor? $9 per bale, Bice $1 98.
Cott'in to Philadelphia. S3 per bale. Rios tl M.
lb* MARYLAND, C?ptala JOHNSON, will follow ra
For Freight or pasta??, apply to
COURTENAY k TBBNHOLM,
March 13_8_Uanoi Wdnrvos.
PORPHIL.AUKi.PUIA AVt) BO?KOK.
MSG ULAR EVERT Tff URS DA T.
THE SI EA M S HIP J. W. ETRB
' MAN, Captam sirroxa, will leave
North Atlantio Woarf, TBHTBSBAY,
.18? inst, at Ti M.
For Freight or pastaje, apply to
JOH o k i HBO. GETTY,
March 18_Worth Atlantic Wharf.
PUR M KW Y Ulttt..
REGULAR LINEKVERT TtTUBSDAY,
PASSAGE REDUCED TO fl?.
THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
[C?ptalo C. RYDKO, ?ill toar? Vtnder
borat's wbar on THTJEBDAY, Mareil,.
, 13th, 1859 at 10 o'clock A. M.
March 13 KAV> N?t, ?no.. Afrenta,
TKAVKLfcHS I'ASSINO TH KO HOS
CHARLESTON EN ROC I E IO FLORIDA; AIKEN
And other places, ?hould not fal
to lay tn their supplies of PROVIS
IONS, OLARKIS. CHAMPAGNES.
CORDIALS, BRANDIES, WHI
KIES, WINES. CANNED MEAIS, SO?PS, ko.
Pates or Wild Game. Deviled Entremet?, Han?,
Tarkev, Lobster, etc., for Luncheon*, sandwiches,
Travelers' Repast, te.
jKaVSend for a Catalogne.
WM. S. COBWIN k 00.,
No. 275 Eing-street,
Between Wentworth ana Beaafaln,
Charle?ton, 3. 0.
Branch of No. SOO Broa-lway, eoraer 30tb street?
New York._ Oe to bert 8
PACIFIC HAIL, STEAMSHIP COOPTO*
THROUGH LIN., TO
CALIFORNIA. CHIN A AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DATS I
STEAMERS OF IHK ABOTE
it-ae leave Pier No. t?. North Blvar,
foot of Canal-street. Mew Tack, at
13 o'clock noon, of the 1st, 11th and
31st of avery month (except when these dates fall
en Sunday, thon the Saturday preceding).
Depart ure af lat and list oonneat at Panama witt
steamers for south Pa cl He and Central iVjoterleas
porta. Those of 1st touch at Hanaanlllo.
Departure of 11th ot each meath eransots with
the new steam line from Panama at Ausfxalla and
?Steamship J PA*> leaves Ban Frax cisco for China
and Japan May 4. 1869.
No California steamers tench at Havana, hot go
direct from New York ta AaplnwalL
One hundred poonda baggage Area to eaeb ad ott.
Medicine aod attendance rre*.
For Passage rickets or further information apply
at too COMPANY'S TtuKS r OFFICE, on the whait
foot of fiaual-street, North River, New York.
March 13_Ipr_F. R. HABT. Agent.
PUR EDI?? i o,
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE AMD WAY LANDINGS.
THE SlEAMBB ST. HELENA,
I Captain JAM xa G. RUNLET, will re
Preigbt TH ia DAT and leave ro-Moaaow
AI o BK mo at half-p ur 6 o'clock, and Edlato IHUOS
DAY Moans* at S o'clock
ForFreigat or Passago apply oa bo ?rd or to
JOHN H MURRAY,
The Steamer leaves again 'oso AY NIOHT at IS
o'clock, and Edisto MOSDAY Montriaa at 10 o'clock.
IM.A.VD KOL'I K.
TBB0UQB TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHARLESTON AND SAY ANN AH STEAM PACKET
LINE, VIA EDISTO, BK A Ur ORT AND HXLTOBT
TEE ATLANTIC AND GULF HA ILH0 * D AND
CONNECTIONS FOR ALL POINTS IN
THE PINE, FAfcT STE AM BB
! PILOT BOY. Oaotain FEWS Pf OX. will
leave Charleston rn Mo -OAT and I OT aso AY HOM
mos al Elgbl n'clock Retaraiag, wtii leave -?vannait
lTutoDAY MoEMuras al M-inr oVlocfc, and Paro* Y
ArrEB.ioos at Two n'olook, toa lung it edisto ea
IHOBODAY trip from charl.J-COO, at <cioveiA.M.f
and leaving Bdisio at Nins A. M , HtxvaitkXi, oa re
Ihe steamer wlU touch a' ow-oim's, each way,
everv two weelu, cooamouciog wita trip of Febru?
For Freight or Passage npplv to
Febraary 16 Aceomm 'dation Wharf,
PUK PAL.Al'tiA. K LOKI OA*
VIA SAVANNAH, -tSaNOiNA ANS JA0K80S.
TBE FlB?T-CASS S TX IV IB
_IDIC1 ATOtt. Captain L. M. Connraa,
will sail trom Cbarlesiou eve;, luttooy SKIHR;, ?t
Eight o'clock, tor 'he above potati
The 6r?t-c'ass Stranaer 1IT? PX MT. C?ptalo Wat.
P. MOVEI/TY, will tail from <Ikarlestonevery Satur*
day A'eentno, ai Kisht o'c.oiik, tor auove pom ta.
Ooan*>caag with tat? Central Itaiiroad at tara ooah
for Mobile and Ne - Orleans and wub ta* florida
Railroad at Fernaudin i for Cedar Keys at which
point steamers conuect with New Orleans. Mobile,
Pensacola. Key Weit oed (I* w.u.
Thronen Bills LaJic ; given for Prolzht to Mobile,
Pf usacola and New Orl-ins.
Bo>.b tteamers connect ?i.t tnt\ ft S. Eft's tuan
rrs OeUtmakt ami Griffin f -r \ i ur Springs an-i L iku, .
Griffin Eustu, ?fa/'i? a?.i Ofhan.
All rreigrit .i.yuele un ciu.-r
Ooudd not removed ut ?UU* it wid be stored at ria
and ifipf und o, ow< er*.
For Freight or Pa?.iir? e uracremci t, apply to
J. I), .\iKl-lN ii 0 '., ?.i?-ots,
.omh AtlnnUo ev'harf.
H. B.-No extra ohirge for Meal i sod staterooms,
flS-TO COaSUaiPrlVbU-THE ADVEBV
' ISER, bavin.-? been re*otu I to beiltb in a tew
wee i? s by a very sim pieimiHody, tificr bivluir suffered
. everul years wita a eevoro laug alLotio i, ?nd that
dread dis-asf Co'i.Tunii'.ioi. ls au tiona to make
known to blf follow-'ud-'-or.-1?.>- nn-ana of cure.
To all who d'viroi, in? wdi seo 1 a :opy ol the pre?
scription u-cd if.-e? oi ci .tua'. wi:h the dirnetions
rorpittpMiag and arian io? -"me. waio? they will
si.Q h ?.urr turo :o-1 'iio-vtriiption. A"t!ima. BroncUi
lae. frc. Th ? oVJeel rrf hi i':v Ttl crio send rog the
r rescripiion i-1 -o lutnrlli t':i aili et d. and spread in
tvnnaiJon whieb h . ren-v: .-o.-< ..> ; o ii valuable; ui.d
h. bon.4 every ea?.x.-i ?ill ir -i. romedy, aa it will
.-0..1 them nothing omi ma ? p ov? a b'eAsiog.
Far'ict- wiah'tiii the ; t ?.'..-riplivn will plea?e ad
iross _'? 7. l.l"V ?KD A WILSON,
WiHiiuDgburg, Etiigs County, > cw York,
february 3 Smos