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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1078. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ll, 1869._SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
FROM TUE STATE CAPITAL.
THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS-THE CASE 0? THE
POET BO TAX. KAILBO AD-BILLS BATUTED-FIBS
AT THE LUNA TIO ASYLUM.
[SPECIAL TKLEQBAM TO TBS DAILY NEWS.]
COLUMBIA, March 18.-IN THE SENATE, the
Appropriation bul was read the second time
and ordered to bo engrossed.
The bill to facibtato tbo settlement of the
afftirs of the Bank of the State was read
tho third tim?, passed, and sent to the Honse.
The rest ot the day was consumed in discus?
sion on the adoption of tue majority report of
the Committee on Railroads, recommending
the postponement to next session of the bill to
aid the Port Royal Railroad. On a motion to
lay (he majority report OB thc table, the vote
stood: yeas 12, nays 19. So the motion was
lost. Thc question on the adoption of the re?
port comos up again to-morrow.
The following acts were ratified to-day : An
act to protect laborer.-) and persons working un?
der contracts on siiaros of the crops; an aet to
consolidate tbo Cnarlotte and South Carolina
Kai hoad and tho Augusta and Columbia Rail?
road Coin pan ios; an act to amend an acr to re?
gulato attachments; an act to amend the char?
ter of the Sulphuric Acid and Superphosphate
Company; an act to establish a Lazaretto and
Quarantine Hospital in tho harbor of Charles?
ton; an act to incorporate the Longshoremen's
Protective Union Association of Charleston; an
to establish a terry between Hilton Head Is?
land and the mainland; an act to provide for an
enumera tion of the inhabitants of the State ;
an act to provide for a uniform and proper pro?
mulgation of ah legal and public notices; and
a joint resolution to provide for the publis*
tion of the acts, reports, resolutions and jour
nais of the General Assembly.
IN THE HOUSE, the bill to amend an act to
regulato .he manner of drawing juries had its
title changed to an act and WAS ordered to be
The bill to provide for the care of tho poor
was passed and sent to the Senate.
The bill to determine the value of contracts
made in Confederate Stat. < notes or their
?quivalant, also the bill to t, .ant, renew and
amend tho charters of certain towns, were
passed and sent to the Senate.
A fire broke ont this evening in the laundry
department of the Lunatic Asylum, destroying
a two story brick building attached to the
Bain asylum. Considerable consternation
prevailed among the inmates; but ?ll are s .fe.
No person was injured.
THE SOUTHEE!* ELECTION CA8ES BEFOSE CON
aSESS-A OBEAT CASE BEF /BE THE SUPREME
DOUBT-MOVEJLSNT OF THE EX-PRESIDENT
CONOBEfcSIONAL PROCEEDINGS, SC. ,
WASHINGTON; il ur oh 18.-The Honse Com?
mittee on Elections will consider the case of
Louisiana to-morrow. Georgia was discussed
to-day. The committee etaud six lo six in re
gard to Mississippi; the point of difference be
ing whether Graut or the convention shall ap- (
point the provisional Governor. 1
The Supreme Court will hear the argument <
in thc great Missouri test oath case on Wed
day. Drake will appear for Missouri, and
Montgomery Blair and ex-Attorney-General 1
EvartB for Frank P. Blair, Jr.
The President has signed the bill strength- j
?sing tho public credit. I
W. M. A. R.ohardson accepts the position of
assistant secretary of the treasury.
There was neither nominations nor an Exec
ativo session to-day.
Ex-President Johnson left here to-day, and
leaves Lynchburg weatvrird to-morrow.
H. C. Miles has been appointed appointment
elerk of the treasury department.
IN TBS SENATE, a bill was introduced for con
atrncting a military and postal road from Gal
Teston, Texas, to Fort Gibson, with a branch
to Little Bock.
The consideration of the repeal of the Ten
un#-flf-o?hoo bill was resumed. Without action
the Senate adjourned.
IA THE HOUSE, the Ways and Means Com-| j
mittee reported a bill amending the Tax bill,
and, among other things, extending the time
for the withdrawal of whiskey from bond to
Farnsworth reported from the Reconstruc?
tion Committee a bill extending the time for
the removal of disqualified officers in Virginia, | ]
Texas and Mississippi. Butler expressed re?
gret that, as chairm tn, ho wa? compelled to
oppose the first bill introduced by the commit
toe. He contended there was no necessity for
the extension. Paiae, also of the committee,
opposed tho measure. The Hons* refused the
demand for the previous question by a vote of
fifty to seventy, and the bill was recommitted.
The Senate bill selling tbe Chattanoega rol?
ling mil.' s was passed.
The joint r?solu tion restoring Blanton Dun
ean's property was paseed by a vote of eighty
two to seventy-six, when tho House ad?
GEORGIA REJECTS THE SUFFRAGE \
ATLANTA, Ma^ch 18.- On a motion ia the
Senate toreoonsidor tho adoption of the Fif?
teenth amendment, the preside at ruled the mo?
tion out of ord -r. Aa appeal from tho decis?
ion of the chair was sustained, and the adop?
tion of the Fifteenth amendment was defeated
b/yeas thirteen, nays sixteen. Both houses
at three o'clock agreed to adjourn.
THE CUBAN REVOLUTION.
HUMOUS OF ENOAOESIENTS-MEXICANS IMPRI?
SONED ON SUSPICION-A BEBE . ENVOY AR?
RIVES IS NEW ?OBK.
HAVANA, March 16 -There were many ru?
mors yesterday ol important engagements
with tbo troops jnst sont to Remedios. Two
Mexicans have boon imprisoned on suspicion
of being rebol officers.
NEW YORK, March 18.-Sonor Morales, fully
empoworod by Pre*idout C?spedes to act as
Minister from tho ri o visional Government of
Cuba, has arrived. Ho goss to Washington to
sock recognition tor thc revolutionary govern?
Sr AR ICS FROM THE WIRES.
Dr. Mudd arrived at Baltimore yesterday in
tho steamor Liberty.
Tbreo men in aitotiip?ng to c?capc from
Sing Sing pt ison Now York yesterday were
Captaiu Armstrong, of tho fever ship James
Foster, which arrived ut New York last Mon?
day, is dead of firer oontracted during tho
Tho steamships Emily B. Bonder and Monc?
ha, ot thc Charleston liue. were sold at auction
in Now York yesterday; tho former tor thlriy
fiys and tho Utter Tor thirty thousand dollars.
NORTH CAROLINA REJECTS THE
S VEE JUGE AMENDMENT.
WruruGTON, March 18.-The Senate to-day,
by a striot party rote, rejected the Fifteenth
PETITION rOR RELIGIOUS KQUALITT IN IRELAND
AND THE PARDON OF FENIANS-A Bi:,L OF EX?
TRADITION TO BE REPORTED-THE SPANISH
CORTES- DISCHARGE OP OEBTATN FRENCH 80L
DIEKS AND BAILORS-THE AUSTRIAN BXICE3
LONDON, March 16.-In the Boase of Com
raoDB, to-day, tho Mayor of Dahlia appeared at
the bar and presented petitions praying for
religions equality in Ireland and pardon for all
In reply to a question from Torrens, the
House was informed by Oldway, under secre?
tary for the Foreign Department, that the gov?
ernment would soon bring in a bill tor estab?
lishing a uniform and permanent law of extra?
TOULON, Blarch 16.-By orders received from
Paris, all soldiers and sailors who were recruit?
ed in 1862 have been discharged from tho mili?
tary and naval depot?..
MADRID, March 18.-Barricades were erected
and some fighting done in Andalusia, Xerexis
an?Mortera. At the latter place two woro
killed and six wounded.
Minister Sagosta advices the Cortes not to
enforce the conscription.
In the Cortes yesterday a motion was made
by a Republican that the Cortes take ground
in favor of legalizing civil marriages, and seve?
ral Republicans spoke in Livor of it. At the
conclusion of the debate it was announced that
tho government intended to iatroduoe a bill on
Celestino Oliegas, a member of the Cortes,
was killed to-day in a duel.
VIENNA, March 16.-The Reiohsrath is
strongly in favor of the proposal reoently m?de
by the government to subject the Landwehr to
the regular military authorities.
NOTES FROM WASHINGTON.
Drifting-A Fondamental Political
Change Apprehended- Apathy ot the
People-Pre ident tirant no Ctemr
HH Surrender to the Kadtoale-A Spice
[Correspondence of the Bald j oro Gazette. ]
WASHINGTON, March 14.- The intimations
from this point of a contemplated change iu
thd form of our government are by no means
sensational. They aro the effect of the umver
Bal apathy of the people under the moat fla?
grant usurpations of power. When Cesar
crossed the Rubicon, the people of Romo uad
already beoome imbecile, luxurious und cor?
rupt. The form of governmeat ceased co he a
questiou in whick they felt thoy had the slight?
Tho contest was narrowed down to an issue
purely between two rival military chieftains.
It is tho deliberate opinion ot thong. Uni mou
here oi both political parties that wo aro upon
the eve ol a fundamental political ohauiro.
Tho people of tho United States ate at this
moment in a condition more fa .-orablo tu me
ambitious views o' a darin? mau than were
the Romans when they differed only in the 1
choice ot a master- ranging themselves, on 1
the sido ol Cw .ar and Pompey respectively.
Doubtless tho preseot supineness and do
alityo the people is to be attribute j mainly '
,0 the tremendous conflicts through which the 1
lountry bas passed. Tho mere idea of the (
jossibibiy ot another is quito BtifSciont to ]
.brow a vast majority of them into a paroxysm j
>f terror. It is also te.t that, with the popa- '
ar suffrage diluted as it now is, and wil. tur- *
.hot Dc, the right to vote is next to no right at ?
Ul, and that bei ur the only ono left, its sur- E
render, together with the now unmeaning and c
sxpensive forms of a republic, woud be a 1
sacrifice amply compensated by the security to (
ife and peruoaal liberty and property, the as
sained fruits of kingly authority.
A master is therefore wanted 1 An apathetic
nation invites a yoke for it? people to ?rive .
them tiona an imaginary danger I Who will
the Kiug be? Undoubteoly Grant might,
without a blow, have assumed and maintam
3d rogal power. Had he the nerve? Not
Tho thing was unquestionably in his bead, and
uenpc tho original programme of his Cabinet. <
and his other appointments. But he cowered ]
it tho first symptoms of revolt on the part of a ,
'action in the Senate, who would hive sur?
rendered at discretion upon the summons of a ]
(ingle orderly sergeant. People, although 1
ir?thout oouraee, admire that virtue in leaders, ?
iud are marvellously quiok in discovering the
shite feather. General tirant, by bis surrender (
?> Wilson and 6 tamer in the appointments of
Boatweil to ti?:? Treasury and Motley to the <
English mission, bas forever broken the spell (
?hat might have enthralled a great people. The 1
substitution of Boutwell fo Stew rt is ' tho ]
noro astoundiog since the latter was a deel tr- <
sd freetrader (and therefore acceptable tn the t
President's own section), wh le tho former is i
in avowed protectionist, and genutaliy mimi- f
iii to tho intorests of the West. Oi the ap- ]
point oent of Motley I hear no special com- l
plaint from any quarter. The reasons is so <
rjbviou? that it noed not bo referred to. In I
jther respects the new President has lost
moral power. The very small pieco of malice . i
?tsplayed in the removal of General Blair from i
merely an honorary p eition, at BO ear.y a J
Lime as to i uport to the act tbo character ot l
mero spite, is quite sufficient to show that tho I
new President will prove harmless, exoept os i
the willing cool of the Radio al faction.
Grant and the Radicals-A. Compromise j
-Nepotism to have cull Swing-Geno- ,
ral Longstreet-Xhe Slaughter of the 1
WASHINGTON, March 15.-"Order reigns in
Warsaw." lt would be folly to deny <bata ?
cordial nndersraading now exiBts betwoen J
Grant and Congres-, Thero never was anv ,
antagonism of political views between them.
They only di?'o re i as to the di vis ?or of the
spoils. Gram desired to appoint his person il ,
fnunds and kindred to all the important civil '
posts. Hefurther ins?sted upon filing those
positions ot consequence, in a military point ot ,
view, with his own ci tatures, lu the latter par- ;
ticular he has earned his point. lu tho former 1
be has baeu forced to succumb. Tho re
3nit has been an ugreemont to suspend the
operation of the Teuure-of-ofilce act. The
President's immediate kindred, to tho remotest
degree, by thia arrangement, are to ba largely
prov.dui tor. His per. 0"al friends outnido or !
his blood relations, however, Hie iequired to
tako a bick i eat for the fature. General L ng
Btrc.it is thought to be among those who nave
been given to understand that ho does not
come wttiitn tho prod.ribed degree of affinity.
Ho ha* conaeq icnliy mado & vir? no of nuc.ssi- |
ty. By tho terms of this august treaty it is
thought moro men (of high expectations Loni
thoir pereonal relations to iha new ?xjoutive)
have been slanghterudt ian General tirant lost
at tho battioof tno Wilderness-thu wounded
cannot bu counted-n jtie missing. Tho t-wu
is full o? ex??ccun'.9 on tais sere yM.
In tho meantime, upon tho finning of tho
protocol, Itel*Thursday, and ino djlivjry o.'
thc tivaaury ctadoi into tho nands of Gover?
nor Bout weil ns a guarunieu f ir tho tiiltiimtn..
o? tuc stipulations of this treaty of amity and
Donunoroo bot ween tito big ii coulracttuii par?
ties, tho (Lstriee newspapers ot Conservatio
proclivities suddenly lound out that tiley had
been woluliv deceived in g.viug credenco to
reporttd t-chisms between Grant a .d his party,
and hislouod to rotruco tuoir steps. Bu* tue
awAwatd attempt to crawl out of the dilemma
rousoti th J energies of th J sleepy Chronicle,
which reprudactts without m acy an editorial
of a U-?d ng l o 'ioivative prmt hero csdoising
'.rnoril Grant'. insugam). Any Ono w.io
could draw from tue speech in qms'ion hope
of att amieuhic restoration ol tho Union ii nu
cui.?tiiu. ;<iTiu.l ptiueiples. und er tiio rule of :ho
sneakot, rniglit. well dream of making bro.ul
out ot Btv. ne.
-There hts bu^n a steuart caso in thc Brit?
ish l'iU'hautont. Sa- Sidney Waterlow, :v ri li
London couti actor, ha* been obii.id lo rm .io
tr m bu-.mchs in older to hold iii* ? a?, ibo
law impo-iug a penalty ol rive linn-ired pooiuls
u day tux-; any ouo sitting in t ic UOU?O v/uiie
engaged m a government contract.
THE POET ROYAL RAILROAD BIZI,.
The following sensible report bas been made
bj tho Senate Committee on Railroads upon
the Port Royal Railroad bill.. We regret that
it should have been considered proper to put
the Spartanburg and Union Railroad in thc
same category with the Port Royal Railroad,
but the arguments of the committee in favor of
the "stop and pay" po'icy aro as unanswerable
as they are practical aud to the point :
The Committee on Railroads, to whom was
referred a House bill to grant the aid of tho
?Mate to the Port Ro> al Railroad Company to
the amount of one milhun six hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, have ba 1 the same un?
der careful con? id erat iou, and beg leave to re?
After mature deliberation, specially consid?
er im: the financial condition of the State, the
committee recommend that further considera?
tion of said bill be postponed lo the next regu?
lar session of the General Assembly.
Io making this recommendation, the com?
mittee desire to be distinctly understood that
they do not in any wise poss upon the merits
or demente o'tho bill, but say that the finan?
cial situation of the Stat? is such at this time
that it would be madness and folly to extend
State aid to this roid as is desired by the
The committee cannot avoid, if they would,
tho fact that the State has not paid its inter?
est upon the public debt for two years, and,
further, that the States owes a largo floating
(Job: which every consideration demands
should be adjusted and paid infall by the taxes
vt h ich tire ah cady to be asseesod and collected.
While your committee are decidedly of tho
opinion tbat tho State will be able to meet
punctually the interest due u. on its obliga?
tions, and to disotiarge in full the floating
debt, they aro not at ail ceitaiu this mo it desi?
rable result can be accomplished if the State,
at this time, shall be embarrassed by any con- I
siderable increase of the pub! ic dobt, no matter
how meritorious the private enterprise for
which the State credit is demauded. The
c-tm mitt oe cannot discover why any person or
person- should desire the assistance ot the State
with the nell kn^wn fact staling them in
the ?tee, tbat the State has not in days gone
by dischar ed any of its principal indebted
nets, nor even paid its in ei est lor two years,
which is now in arrears and unpaid. Such as?
sista oco is hardly worth tho seeking by corpo?
ra ion? whose enterprises, at least, could not
for years to come pay more than a moderate
per cent, upon an entire c\ah capital, lue
committee believe that this assistance, al?
though pressingly demanded, would be alike
ruinous to the State, as well as to tliis corpo?
ration. Speculators and parties whose real
only object might be pi rsoual gain and aggran?
dizement may possibly see bow euch aid might
not result in any injury to the State, aud pos?
sibly creat train to themselves.
Ton committee are of opinion tbat the grant
it: rr of aid bv tho S ta: o at tbis time, and under
tbi-so circumstances, is neither legitimate nor
sound policy, and they are further satisfied
that if they should make such recommenda?
tion that it would bo viewed by business and
commercial men, not only in this State, but in
the commercial centre, in fact throughout the
whole North, that a committee to whom tht
L?gislature of this State has entrusted to a
ereat extent its honor and its credit, bad placed
the same in doubtful and incompetent hands,
the rule should oe tho political axiom long
Bine: announced, .''stop and pay policy,"
rather than the ex'ravatraut a.ul foolish appro?
priation ot its credit, to say the least of it, to
doubtful paying measures.
The committee do therefore recommend to
the Senate that th ev do not pass this bill at
this time, or any oihcr similar bill, and do,
th'Tot'ore. reoiumend that the turiher conside?
ration ot tint bill, and a similar bill extending
nd lo tho Spci'tanburg and Union Railroad, bj
Do-jiponed to the next regular session. Until
itu JUTgisI .ture of thia SUie shall bnvo trained
.he co fid noe ot the commercial world under
io circumstances should wo allow the financial
:ondilion of the State to bc embarrassed, no
natter what influences moy be brought to
?ear. Then we shall have attained a wise an i
orward stop in reaching that commentai
?talos that every truo friend of tho present
state government so devoutly wishes and de?
lires to Bee brought about; and we shall have
lemonstiated the feet that a rrco ballot is not
?ecessarily tho destruction of our commercial
iredit, but the maintenance thereof.
GB AXT AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
Interview of south Carolinians with
Among the visitors who called on tho Presi
lont JU Tuesday morning wore the Hon. J. P.
Seed and Hon. W. D. Simpson, of South Caro
in, who wero presented by the Hon. Thomas
I. Jones, of Kentucky. During tho interview
Hr. Reed read, for himself and Hr. Simpson,
he followiug paper in relation to the condition
>f affairs in that State:
We have called, Mr. President, as member*
sleet from tho old Commonwealth of South
karolina to the Fortv-flrst Congress of tho
Inked ?-'tates, to tender tor ourselves and the
jeople we bavo beeu chosen to repiesont our
mntriatulations apon your auspicious assn ni p
,ion of the cfh.ee of Ch.cf Magistrate of the
American Union. Wo aro, sir. natives ot tho
State fiom wbenoo we come, and claim, as ro
irosentative men of its anoieut population, to
se familiar with thnr political and material
condition, their sentiments ami aspirations for
Politically, in addition to the loss of nearly
ill their pecuniary resources, they have by the
results ot tue war been practically excluded,
for moro thau three yeats trom tho tami y ot
S atea, und tbo blessing* oe . ivil government,
but having been recontlv restore J to their ori?
ginal posi.iou ia tho Union, upon tho plan
which tho Congress in its wisdom saw flt to
idopt, without coucurtiiig m tno manner of
their restoration, they liavo accepted tho ac
sonipusued fact in good faith, and aru as loyal
bo tho uoverument ot a common couutiy as
any other equi number of th J American people.
(heir condition socially is and hus been t ne
of profound peace, and aside trom a tow iso?
lated acts of personal violence that have occa?
sionally been committed in difforont parts of
the State, such as are unfortunately of too
?oinmon occurrence in all sectious ot tbe
Union, goud order has prevailed, a id the laws,
d. ato and Federal, enacted for tboir govern?
ment by bodies in whioh they were unrepre?
sented, have been respected, obeyed, and en?
forced without he slightest tendency to tu?
mult or violence.
Materially the abundant harvest that have ?
been vouchsafed to them, ana tho high pr ces
at whian, their leading staples have ruled, have
relieved them in a ^reat meaburo from their
embarrassments, and oponed UD to their im?
aginations tho dawn of a prosperity BO entirely
unexpected os to leave tnein to hope that
e. von ts which were deemed tho most crushing
evils nay turn out to have booti ind .cd "blosa
inus in uitguiso."
in s :u im nt, whilst a'most tho ontiro cativo
Wime, anet a large numoer of tho colored pop
ulatiou, have -fli.i.ited aud boan id? .'tilled with
th.-national Democratic party.thou fetters gnu
not of such controlling strength as tu mduco or
permit a factious opposition io the party in
power, or hinder thom fiom j ictdtng a hearty
sup ort. to ail such measures or your u imiuis
t ration HM will, in their jddjuiJn , te:id to d.i
velopo thf resourcus aud pro.uo.o tuo mtorejts
ol a common cwuitiry.
Their ho,>os and aspirations for tho f ii ure
aro. that their !sta:o int.- henceforth ocea,>y
precisely thu sam > relaj?n i to th i ioveinnie.it
under n euramo.i constitu ? in a.id lawn luat is
oocunntd by the ol.iar States of th . U noujaud
to this .end tnat tho laws llUJMtelug bm dum
and c ..-derrintr bo'iofi.-s Oa the people may bo
uu.lormly enforced persons and property arv>
t ec tod, tue peace pror-orvod in viol?, c, the uuity
iit'tl ?lorjoiudy ot ihs. govoruiueat uuiulaitied,'
and that um iicrruptej fraternity, pi .openly
and ht poniees ttuy ultana the W.iule Anxr can
pcojilc, Eiot, W. s., NjrJi aud Sjiith. wiiuont
regard to race, color, or prmnvw condiUon
And -such, sir, aro the gent incuts of the houris
of ourselves and our people.
In response to which, t ho I'rosidmt remark?
ed: . Gentlemen-Tue pout?ments cx^rossi d
m that paper should mo?t tin approbation of
every law-abid ng aud Union loving citizen of
-Worsley ded?calo 1 lus trans'ati-.n of tho
Iliad luioSuenaoriaa vor?o to "General Robert
& L':O. th.: in ist s alu loss of living command?
ers, and, except in fortune, tho greatest."
-The collection of leaden and China toy
soldiers owned by the King of Prussia is said
to have cost upward of ten thoasand dollars. It
fills two large rooms in the royal palace of Ba
-The Independence Beige is the most pro?
fitable paper on the European Continent. Its
principal stockholder is a young girl of seven?
teen, who, besides, owns in her own right, an
estate worth over one million francs.
-The favorite color of ex-Queen Isabella is
light brown. She thinks that dresses of that
oolor are most suitabl o to her complexion, and
she has ordered all the rooms which she will
occupy in ber new palace to be hung with pa?
per of that color.
-The little Crown Prinoo of Belgium bas
left a kind of will-a touohing dominent-in
whisb he bequeaths his toys to his sisters and
some of his playmates. Tho Royal family was
deeply affected when it WAS read by the King a
few 1ayB after the burial of the Prince.
-An extraordinary project bas been broach?
ed in England for the relief of mariners who
are far from havens or anchorages of any
kind, or who are hovering about the outrances
of channel i, unable to make a piss age. It is
gravely proposed to soDstruct artificial refu?
ges-maritime stations-hulls surmounted by
masts with conspicuous lights and colon, fur?
nished with provisions, telegraphs communica?
ting with the laud, poBtofficcs, tool-houses,
water tanks, coal sheds and materials for re?
-An English court hos hod to decide what a
velocipede is; A gentleman crossed a toll bridge
mounted upon a bicycle,-and was stopped
at the toll-house. The collector examined the
machine and then pored rxver bis hst of rates
but could not find anything relating to such
a vehicle. At last he decided that it must bo
a wheelbarrow, and compelled tho rider to pay
twopence toll. The latter was indignant, and
brought a suit against the toll collector. We
cannot give the result of the trial, as the
magistrates required time to consider tho mo?
-At the approach cf the (Ecumenical Coun?
cil the following ecclesiastical details will not
be devoid of interest : The Roman Catholic
Church counts 12 patriarchates. 117 archiepis?
copal sees and 905 episcopal. If from this
total be deducted 229 prelates in partibus,
there romain 132 archbishops aud C57 bishops
of the Latin rite and 7 and 63 respectively of
the Urie nial. This latter comprises Arme?
nians, Greco-Romans, Gi?eco-Ruthenians, Syro
Earonites, Syrians and Syro-Ch Ideaos. At
this moment only 982 sees are occupied. The J
regulation number of cardinals is 70, and at
this moment there are ll hats non-distributed.
Out of the 59 who at present firm the Sacred
Coli?ge 6 are cardinal bishops, 45 cardinal
priests and 8 cardinal deacons. The oldest ot
the former ie Cardinal Marius Mattei, of the
second Plullippc de Angelia and of the third
Antonelli. The youngest is Pxinco Lucien
Bonapirte, born in 1828. Among tho princes
of the Church still living 12 wore created by
-Tho conoerts nt the Tuileries aro known to
Bet tho fashions for the wholo year, not of
dress, but of dcportmonl. P.irinian ladlu?
w.ilk very much on their toes, with the waist
elevated behind and sinking m front. The
Empress, with whom originates the fashion,
executes it charmingly. Tho heels of the satin
boots being very high, and the Boles extremely
thin, this tournure becomes easy enough, and
can be acquired without much practice. A
high authority announces that, in the new
sly o, "the bair of the visage ia to be bold, no
longer wearing that expression of simpering
timidity which suited with tho long curls down
the back. The chin is projectod forward, and
tho forehead thrown back, while the eyes are
kept wide open, bard, and round as possible;
tho lips are iu general pale-coral coloring is
quite gone out of fashion-and tho expression
of the mouth to be that of weariness and scorn
In consequence of the raising ot the coiffure,
the ears, so long neglected, have become an
object of attention, and may now be seen tint?
ed with pink or whito, as may be required.
Thoy aro brought forward, or forced backward,
according to the urgency ot tho case, and it is
astonishing to find what expression may be
given to the countenance by dint of a little
management. Blue dyes and fair hair arc still
considered indispensable to a reputation for
beauty, and black oyes and raven hair ore
scarcely tolerated; those who aro unfortunate
ouougu to possess them being compelled to
use every kind of strategem in the way of pow?
der, paiut and dust, to conceal their disgrac i. I
Thc o' bo ws mu >t ba rather squared, not round .
od, and brought forward as much as possible,
in order to moke tho chest look hollow, and
add to tho consumptive look bestowed by the
palo lips and fl.islied chooks imparted by the
absence of all coloring in the one case, and the
exaggeration uf its application in the other.
Lot no young lady dare lo appear in fashion?
able eocioty uu'ess she adheres with the
utmost strictness to these rules."
- i'he Rothschilds are said to be dissatis?
fied with tho managemont of their Paris house
sine : tho death ot old Baron James. His two
sons axe mon of little ability, and they are said
to have made BO /eral ruinous speculations.
N .arly all of tbs old om ploy ces of ihe firm have
been discharged since Baron James' death.
Somo strange discoveries .ave beeu made in
reg ird to tho charities of the old Baron. He
frequently sabsenbed for benevolent purposes
largo sums, with the undeislandbig that he
should be called upon to piy only a part of the
same. He often complained ot the exorbitant
sums he had to pay for clerk hire. He
took but two or three daily papers, and
the man who road tho nows of tho day
to him every morning hud lu subset ibo for as
many, and bring them ulong to Rothschild's
house. Ho never wore watches, rings, or any
other kind of j jwelry. At tho dinucr-tnblo ho
drank cheap wine an t ho ofton BC dded his
chudrou for drinking champagne and other ex?
pensive wines. There wits bat ono pursou at
whoso txpousus bu d d not gru?anlo, and
that wash wife. Whon called upon by per?
sons who wanted him co oontubuto hand?
somely for romo chanlablo purposo, lieol'ien
-'came . own" only upon hiing tdd that if ho
should no'. Live anything,hu wile would bo ap
pliod to. Ho unuW that she would coutribulo
liber .My, and so bo subscribed a Van somo sum,
bu?usually a Kitto loas th*., bo thought .-t.c
would have given. Hu was a compound of
miserly anti spoudtlinft habits. Ho al-. ays
made a feus wi.li his shoemaker who present?
ed his animal bill to linn, but lie did not
ovoa wiucu when hi- agents asked lum for
twouty thousand francs io p'irchaso uo.no
work of arl. Hu waa vory pron I ol his saga?
city ns nn art. rntio and eon.ioia^eur, Dut hj
wa3 cheated so cf.c i in r.Uo purch^so of pic?
tures, ala. uos, mri als &s.. that ouc-uolf thu
worUs, uf :-.n i.i hts tflUliiloj art- said to bo
worthless. Ho h ui the mast implicit conS
dcucD in old Charle-i Pi I ot, tho auotionc -r
of works ot art. but ML Pil ot, it is Ihoucht,
often nbiis?'l tiis confluence, and palmed
worthless trumpery on tbotiuatiug Baron.
TUE CUBAN INSURRECTION.
Message from General C?spedes asking
Recognition by trie President of the
Colonel Stockton, of Pennsylvania, recently
arrived at St. Marks, Florida, bearing the fol?
lowing message from General C?spedes, the
commander-in-chief of tbe insurrectionary
forces in Cuba, asking that tbe President of
tne United States accord to his party belliger?
ent rights, and recognize the independence of
To his Excellency the President of the United
SIB-The people of Cuba, by their Grand
Supreme Civil Junta, aud through their Gener
al-in-chiof, Seuor C?spedes, desire to submit to
your Excellency the following, among other
reasons, why your Excellency, as President of
the United States, should accord to them bel?
ligerent rights and a recognition of their inde
Becauso from the hearts of nineteen-twen
tieths of the inhabitants of the Island of Cuba
go up prayers for the success of the armies of
tba republic; and from the sole and only want
of arms and ammunition these patient people
are kept under tho tyrannical yoko of Spam.
The unanimity of the masses of tho people tor
the republic is ominous.
Because the repa bbc have armies numbering
over 70,000 men actually in the field and doing
duty. Those men are organiz .d and governed
on the principles of civilized warfare. Tbe
prisoners whom they take-and so far they
havo taken three times as many as their ene?
mies have from them-are troa:ed in every re?
spect as prisoners of war are used and treated
by the most civilize .1 nations of tho earth. In
the hope of rocosuition by the United States.,
they have never yet in a single instance retali?
ated death for death, even incases of th?most
Because the Spanish authorities have almost
invariably brutally murdered tho soldiers of
tho armies of the republic who have surren?
dered to them, and have recently issued an
an officia 1 order requiring their military forces
hereafter instantly to kill and murder every
prisoner of tbe republic who surrenders, i
This is done, the order cheerfully tells ns,.
" to save trouble and vexation to the Spanish
civil authorities. " This is an outrage the civil?
ized nations of the earth ought not to allow.
Because the United States ia the nearest civ?
ilized nation to Cuba whose po'itieal mt titu
tions strike a responsive chord in the hearts of
all Cubans. The commercial and financial in?
terests of the two peoples being largely identical
and reciprocal in their natures, Cuba earnestly
appeals for the unquestionable right ot recog?
Beo&nse the anni and authority of tho Be
public ot Cuba now extended over the two
thirds of the entire geographical area of the
island, embracing a vary giou majority of the
population in every part of the island.
Because she bas a navy in course of con?
struction which will excel in point of numbers
and efficiency that heretofore maintained by
the Spanish authorities in these waters.
Bocauso these facts plainly show to the
world that this is not a movement of a fow dis?
contents, but the grand and sublime uprising
of a people thirsting for liberty, and determin?
ed with this last eff n't to socurc to themselves
and their posterity those tinquea honed rights
liberty of conscience and froodom of the indi?
F H al Iv. because she is following butin the
footsteps of Spain herself in endeavoring to
banish tyrannical rulers, and in their steal
placo rulers of her own ohoi -e. Tho people of
Cuba, having a ten-fold moro absolute and co
tent right than Spain bad, becauso Crin's
rulers aro sent without her voice or consent
by a loreign country, accompanied by and with
swarms of officia.s to fill tho various offices
created only for their individual cimfort,
drawing their sustenance and support from the
hard earning? of the natives ot tho soil.
Allow us to add with the greatest diffidence
and sensitiveness, that tho difference between
tho r?bellion m the United States and the
present revolution in Cu a is simply that in
the former a small minority rebelled against
laws which they had a voice m making and the
privilege of repealing, while in tho oase of
Cuba we are ?esisting a foreign power in crush?
ing us to the earth, as they have done lor cen?
turies, with no appeal but that of arms open to
us, and appointing, without our knowledge,
voico, advice or consent, tyrannical citizens of
thsir own country to mle us and eat our sub
"Patria y libertad !"
Approved by the Supreme Junta and ordered
Saxon GENSBAL C?SPEDES,
Commander m Chief
Republican Forces ol Cuba.
Headquarters in the Field, March 1,1869.
AFFAIRS ZN TUE STATE.
Newberry and Ute Telegraph.
The Newborry Herald says : "The prospect
for a telegraphic line ol' communication, which
will connect Newberry with the outer world, is
looking np. Since our last mention of thia
subject, subscription lists have been opened,
and stock to a respectable amount taken. We
hope soon to report the sum snbscribod suffi?
cient for the purpose contemplated, and a con?
tract made for putting up the line. The .ireen
vilie and Columbia Railroad is actively aud
substantially enlisted in its success. A new
e. a is about to dawn in tho development of a
greater material prosperity than our good old
Town of Newberry ever experieneed in her
Immigration to Edgefield.
Tbe Edgeflold Advertiser says : " fhe thing
has ac.tinily begun. Our popular townsman,
W. W. Adams, Esq., bas been to Charleston
and brought back with bim fivo stalwart Ger?
mans. In a few dais, fivo moro are to come
to him. Tho t?vo alreadv arrived, bet?re being
sen! to Mr. Adams' l?rm in the country, were
put to digging and delving in the gardens and
patches around his town house. Their per?
formances were vo.-y muoh adm.red. Wo shalt
speak of them more anon. We earnestly hope
Mi. Adams' experiment will prove entirety suc?
cessful, and that his example will be speeoily
followed by hundreds of our farmers ana
A HOWL FBOX TUE WEST.
Why Mr. Stewart Would n't Snit as Sec?
retary of the Treasury-Boatwcll'a Real
That honest and fearless Republican, Don
Piatt, who does the Washington correspon?
dence for the Cincinnati Comuieioial, begins
to show unmistakable symptoms of disgust at
tho way be discovers national affairs to bo nun
aged for the especial benefit of New Engiand.
Speaking of Stewart's resignation, bc says :
Mr. Stowart was confirmad by the Senate
bef?te the discovery was made thar., politically,
he was in opposition to the prohib dionis is,
and boho ved in a tariff for revenue only, with
such incidental protcotion as such tariffs may
givo. Tne tact came io the sui taco, however,
immediately afior, and was in tact the cause
of tue-intonso opposition his appointment cre
When Mr. Stewart found that it would be
?.upo.-ai .le for him to retain tho i>e-ition, ho
set about securing tho appointment ul a suc?
cessor in accord with bis uwn vie.vs and feel?
ings upun this prout quiMiion. lia recom?
mended David A. Wells. But tho t'rcaidoul,
todkill ; only to a vigorous a. d nouent oboe
lion of the roveuue, and knovv.ii ; nu di?ertthCO
botwfen a prohibitionist auU Leitr?der, pre?
ferred Mr. Boatwod.
Perhaps too, iw wis inila -nco 1 by tho boni
that had bcOn raised over h s ap.iui tmontof
Mr. Stewart, and he hastened iuo.iiu.c.iLly
into thc iirui? of tho poii.ic._u?. for this J s
what slr, ButilWnll is, no tame no less.
Vvit?l Bouiweil in tho treasury, and thc
Honso organized by Mr. Blti.io .u L-IO interest
of thu New England mom .pul iee and I'unmyl
v.inia pig iron, wj t.f ino agricultural interest?
of Ilia West mav hang our harta upen tho
willows, ?lid suffer uu.rauo aud v.roug f,r tho
tux' tour years, fue vat; pur r ol" ma Ooue
ral Government wul be drive u with merciless
vigor ovar <. ur pro. irate trade, c.; enrich thc
already wealthy u.onu.nli sis ur Njiv Engiand
?nd I'cnnsyiraniaJ Our grain m.:y rot in onr
barns, and our sheep be ml!, d to savo ibo lat?
ios and pelt, Wilde our part;, has nearly tw?
tuirda ot a majority in Coig?ess. Tho nob
gj-nw richer and tue pour poo.tr.
loan toll my pnli?oa! irietulH at tbe Weat
that the div is not distant. Whim all the glo?
ries ol the lato war, and a l t o noble impulses
lu behalf ol'coi'?rod hiiranii.y. w? I noe save
uj. A sickonoJ and disgasied pourris will bc
sorely tempted lu baud thu govsiumout over
lo tho tuted Cjpperticads.
Sj) fri fi I Bot iff s.
?-CONSIGNEES* NOTICE.-THE 8CHR.
P. a. BICK HO BE, from Baltimore, BABTXB St?ter,
ia now diachar/ing cargo at Kerr's Wharf. Goo J?
not called for before sunset will be stored at the risk
and expense ef consignees.
Bi SLEY b CBEIGHTOK,
March 10_ Agents.
?-CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAME9 ADQEB, from New Tori, an notified
that ?he ls discharging cargo at Adger's Wharf.
Goods remaining on the wharf at ?unset will Tee
stored at owners' risk and expense.
? J ? ME 3 ADGER b GO.,
AW TO THE LADIES.-BY AU I HO BI IT
of Mr. S. G. TROTT, Postmaster, the proprietor of
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE his established at his
store, for the convenience of Ladies, a LETTER
BOX for mailing letters. Postage Stamp i and Stamp,
ed Envelopes always on hand.
March 18 a
??UNDER AUTHORITY GRANTED ME
as Commissioner by tbs Legislature of South Caro?
lina, the books are hereby opened Ira DAT, at the
Ban'ilng House of the Sonth Carolina Loan and Trust
Company, (the Southwestern Bailresd Bank), for
Subscription to the Capital Stock of the VAUCLUSE
MANUFACTURING OOMPANY-tko whole amoant
being five thousand shares of the par value of one
hundred dollars eton. JAVIS J. GREGG,
March 15 in will) Commis ?d on er.
?-IN THE COM HON PLEAS, CHARLES?
TON COUNTY- FT SST CIBODIT.-It ts ordered,
that a Special Session of the Court of Common Pleai
for thc First G wilt ?hall be hold at Charla.ton, on
MoxnaT, the twenty-ninth day of Marok instant;
and that the Clerk of the Court shall cante the time
sud pla.e for holding tho same to be notified for two
weeta successively In one or more of the newspapers
published in the City of Charleston.
(Signed) B. B. CARPEN IBB.
Marah ll, 1889.
A trae copy. A. C. RICHMOND,
Much ia _16_Clerk.
JO- ERRORS OP YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all the e fie o ta of yon bini IB
discretion, will, for the sake or suffsring humanity,
send free to all who need lt, the receipt and direc?
tions for making the simple remedy hy which he was
cured. Bulleran winking ta profit by the advertis?
er's experience, ann do so by addressing, in perl ec t
onfldence, JOHN B. OGDKN.
No. 43 Cedar-street, Nsw York.
JO-TO CONSUMPTIVES.-THE ADVER?
TISES, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very ?Impleremedy, after having Buffered
several years with a sever* lung affection, ?ad t bat
dread disease Consumption, is anxious to make
known to hi* foUow-eufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will sand a copy of the pre?
scription u?a? (free of charge),' with the direction?
fer preparing and using the ?ame, which they will
fiad a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi?
tis, Ar, The object of the advertt-er in sending the
prescription is to beneSt the afflicted, and spread in?
formation which he con?oives te be invaluable; and
he bopei every sufferer will try his remedy, os lt will
cost them nothing and may prove a blessing.
Purtles wishing the prescription will please ad?
dress Rev. IDWAED A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Sings County, New York.
February 3 Smes
$sr ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishment of WM. 8. CORWIN b CO., No. 376
King-street, between Wentworth and BeauAun, are
ot the FIRST QUALITY. They ieU no gooda bul what
can bo warranted as PUBB ANO GENUINE. Talala
sn established fact.
tO- THE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUB
BOUSE OIN. pare, soft and uaequalled-W. S. COR?
WIN b CO., Sole Agesta. Medical men of the high?
est standing acknowled . hat Gin, in l's pure state,
has great medical pro.aerJes. We therefore place
the 0LU3 HOUSE GIN helero the publie with the
greatest coundon oe, and more particularly to those
wbo nae lt medicinally, as an article that only re?
quires to be known to be proparly appreciated. '
SS- fl 60 per bottle, tl6 per rase.
49-WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from the Moyune Districts of China the ehoieesi
chops of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of new seasons,
which are unrivalled for their strength and delicacy
flavor. We warrant our TEAS to be pare md on?
ad .. '.orated, and to gi va general ?ati/rfao non. Aa we
are coastaaUy la receipt of large cargoes of Teas, we
are enabled to offer to the pubbo the (?nest shops at
a price that ntany dealers offer Inferior Tea at, A
trial and comparison will at once prove th ? inser?
tion, and it only r?ntalas for the pabilo to judge of
themselves. WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
j No. 276 Klng-s'reet
?-E8SAY8 FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON THE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood, with the humane view of treatment and cure,
sent by mail free ot charge. Address HOWABD
ASSOCIATION, BOX P. Philadelphia, Pa. t,
! ?-THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE AD?L
TBTUTION of Liquors ls carried on in this coon
irv makes it the duty of the purchaser to Investi?
gate the merits of the article offered for sale. It is a
well known faot that many of the Brandies, Wines,
bc, are manufactured from ..'reach Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, which ls poisonous, thereby
causing many injurious effects.
'lhe public is justly suspicions of nearly every?
thing put up for aale under the name of Liquors, and
the trude has been brought into disrepute, and in
order to insur; to ttibse who dee ire a Pure Article, lt
is only necessary for us to say that we Import Bareet
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warran t then per?
fectly pure as originally imported.
All Bottled Liquors bearing the labels ?f W. 8.
OOBWIN A 00., can be relied u pon aa being pare.
45-Purchasera should no toe that the Paper Gas
over the cork ia not broken. We pay for Bottles that
hare our labels en. One Dollar per dozen, when re?
?3-J. S. MARTIN (LAIE GRUBER &
M \RI'IN), will be pleased to soe his friends snd cus?
tomers at WM 8. COB WIN b CO., No. 27* King
street botween Woolworth and Beanfaia.
ga- A MALARIOUS MONTH.-MARCH,
that gives us a new President, is a so the inaugural
month of m my barrasnug disorders. Entangled in
its fogs are the seeds of conchs, colds, and of that
alternation of frigidity and Urn, more widely known
than admired, called favor and ague. Ihs only
way to avoid thoso "11 le unpleasantnesses," ls to
render tho svstcin strong o.aou^b to fight off tbe at?
mospheric poison teat proJuces them, und the
best way :o oudow it with this repollad power is
to tone it with HOSTETTEU'd SiOMaOH BIT?
If a wayfirer wero credibly reformed that a ruf
fian was wai ti nu ?t lhe n.ixt corner, ho would Houbt
Ifiiti turn in his tracas, ntl tako a ?aif?r route 11 bis
decimation. Wit 1 ju?t ab mt too same amount of !
trouble, th' attacks of d-sea-ee prevalent at tbis s-o
Rtm may be evaded. Nay, tuc trouble will bo Wa,
Car nmg klores lie In cve.-youc'? routo. and every
repeatable druggist in tho Union keop> ou baud
HO-Tr.iTEB'3 BIT USIA Tho article is a stcplo
of irado, and it would le as caay to find a grocery
without snga', as the ?torc of an apothecary without
tlai- popular tani.' 1 nundy.
In view of tho exprtiunro of tho nation with re?
gard to tho ar.icle, during the space or tweuty
years, it sec?is almost unnecessary to recapitulate
it4 merits to Americans. But as our population iii
tacitas-os at tho rate ol a roupie ot millions a
year, in thc natural way anti by imi/iigra'iou, it ci-y
te aa ell to h nt to thc ri1 lng gourralion and nsw
crrivals, ('h- old settlers know all ubeut it,) fut
1JOHI UTI fcR'.- SfOilACH CIiTIt?* ls tb' mo t
wholesome iud notent veg aabSo lona' over mauu-'a-;
tured; lhat it Isa spodSc for doWht;, dy*., ps a,
blllcusocss,sod mlfassite ?ever*; u'at I; prevents,
ut w?ll a- mr.*, th =0 e-nviair. ? and their c-ui
pl'oiiioiK; that lt is not . bad t . talto,'* a .d ls abs:
late? bonni z?. U MO Man? 13
EXCUK8ION TO FORT SlMTfiK,
BATTBBY WAGNER, MOBBIS I8LAND AND
OTHES POINTS OP INTEREST IN THE HAB.
BOB. . .'
?j^dP? THE STEAM EB 8T. HRLENA,
?BBBKO^taia JAB. G. ROTIUT. wi a lear?
ai above oo bAXUSDAX MORXTNO, alsNfttitthj at lt
o'clock, from Market Wharf f jot of Market-street,
and retnra at hali-pa?t two o'clock.
Pare for Bound Trip $t.
X H MURRAY, Market Wharf,
N. B.-Passengers will be u o da J at dorris Island
and allowed a bufflcient tims to T?J?I tas different
EXCURSIONS AltOUNOTHK H .ARBOR,
?- THB PINE, PAST 8AILTNG- ANTVCOM
M^FOBTABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
/JjU^wih ?nuu her trip? to auto ric pe m ti 1?
? ? tba harbor, and will le ive SoTeraateat
Whurf daily at Tao A. M. nod Throe P. M.
Poi Passage apply td i H J A s YOUNG,
Deeemoar 18 v Captain, on board.
FOR BALTIMORE:. -~ ??'
THE FINE s HIP GR . HAMtg POL LEY,
j BrraoEf g Matter, will take 200 balea Cotton,
?or 2u0 tiercel Bice, at a low rate of freight,
??? ehe will sail Immediately. ? .-.';. t-i
Apply to PA1TEK>ON A STOCK.
March 19_1_South Afl intlo Wnarf.
FOR NEW ORL.h.A.fi?. |_
i THEt?MALLF\ST t-AIU^iCTOONE*
"EMMA" (now due ai th> porta will load
>Bice and Peas, and ?ave dm^xh a? aboye,
.If sufflciaat Preiffnt off.trJ'.
BlsLKY ft OREIOHroN,
Marok 19 Aceommo lattou Whirf,
THE NEW Al AMBBT4AN~?L!PPEB
s birk HARRIET F. HU S-KY, Urjtaa.Ma*.
>te- (am ill oarocoy), haring a lara:* parti on
?of her cargo engaged wi; be quickly dla*
pa I ah ed.
for balance freight engagements, apply to
Mai eh 18_WILLUM BO) CH A CO.
FOR BOSTON- DK> PA rc H LINK.
FIRST VESSEL-ONLT RBQUHR LINS.
THC FIRST CLASS 8CH0ONKR B.' M.
^H\WBd>8, WIATT Ma-ter. hiring oa
) board her beary freight, wanta 300 bales to
. AU up, and loare oronj /.ly.
Marth 18 8 WILLIAM ROACH ft 00.
FOR ?KW YORK.. J;
REGUL?R LmFiVEET THURSDAY.
IPA SSA GK RKULtUD TO fl?, j
THE SIDE-WHEEL RTRA1?HHIP
! MAGNOLIA, Captais M. B. Caow
XIX, will >ea--e V?ad?tBersfs Wnarf
, OB TBZKBDAX, 25th Maren, 1889, at
4 o'cls et P. M.
March 19 RAV"*gT, k no.. Awntr.
FUR IKW YmtK..
TBE FIRST-CLASS SIDE-WSEKL
' HT y AM:> il IP M INNATTAN, WOOP
HULL Commanda, w?B. inste A (igor's
tunart on bATUMOAT, the Mia mat.,
at 11 o'clock A. M.
?3- No Hille oi Ladtog ahmed after the Billing o
the > team er.
jgtT 1 brough Bills of Lacing to Providence, B. I.,
ano Bolton at ro-i.ombio rates.
?3- Insurance e m be obtained by the Steamer! of
this line ai per rent.
Por Freight or Passage, apply to
J?41t- AOSPR Jr CO.,
Corner Faot Bay and Adreos Whirr iUp-t*tt?).
Hg- i ho steams ip JaMES AUGER will follow o*
T?t-DAi, tb? 2Jd, at 9 P. M.
FAST FR KI GUT L.1JV IC
TO AND FI'OM BAL1TM0RB. 1'HILAD EL
PHI A, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON,
DEL., CINCI NN A fl, OHIO. ST. LOUIS. MO.,
ANO OTHER N 0 BT H WES 'ERN OTTOS.
LEAVING li ACH PO R r kVEBY ITH BAT.
FALCON.JrasE D. HOE ET, Common dar.
SKA GULL.N. P. bU TON. Commander.
MARYLAND.J. V. Jonssox, Comm inter.
TBS FAVORITE AND SWIFT
'Steamshb M A RYLAND J.V. JOHX
loii Comm ander, will tail for Bald
-moro OD > ATC un AT, lath Mares, at
I o'elock P. M., trom Pier Mo 1. Ornoo Whams.
* br FALCON, Cantala Honssx, will fellow os
THUB-DAT, '.'5th March.
For Freight or passage, spply to
CODRIESAY k TRENHOLM,
Marsh 18 S DBIOD W h OTT M.
TRAVKL.lt, RS. PASSING THROUGH
1 CHARLESTON EN BOO IE TO FLORIDA, AIKEN
Abd other plaees, ahsald. sot fal
to lay In their supplies of PBOVIB
IONS, CLARETS, CH k M FAUX ga.
CORDIALS, BR AN* Bias, war
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, 8tUP8, fte.
Pates or Wild dame. Deviled Bntremett, Han.,
Turkey, Lobster, s to., for Luncheoat, baa? wicaes k
Travelers' Repast, fte..
Jap-Send for a catalogue.
' WM. 8, CORWIN ft CO.,
No. 276 KrmMtreeL
Between Wentworth and Beaafain,
Oharleitoa, g. 0.
Branch, of No. 900 Broadway, turner lot a street,
New York."* ' - _OcfbirM
PACIFIC MAIL STUAAISHIF OUMP?t
THBODOH LIN ti TO
CALLFOBNIA, CHINA ANB JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DATS1 ,,
'if^?siffl 8IEAMEBS OP THE ABOVE
^/V^te-Tg line leave Pier No. ii, North Birsr,
??rfr*1u3a4j foc*- of Ctnal-etreet, New York, at
-W^?BSaL 12 o'clock noon, of thu Itt, 11th and
aist of every month (except when these dates fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday precedlngi. - '
Departure of 1st and ?1st oonneut at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central America?
ports. Those of 1st touch ai Manzanil'J.
Departure or ll th ot each mouth connects with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia sad
New Zealand. '
-.Steamship J PAN learea San Froietaco for Unica
and Japan May A. 1889.
> o California steamers touch at Haran*, hst gs
direct from New York to A spin wall.
One hundred pounds baggage ires to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage tickets or further information ' apply
at tho COMPANY'S I'cK2r OFFlOtt, oa ths wharf,
foot of Caual-street, North Birer. Now York.
March H ITT F. R. ?A?T. Agent.
FUR GEUitGETUWN, 8. C.,
AND LANDINGS ON THE i EEDKE BITER.
TBS STEAMER EMILIE, CAPT.
_'IIAAO PAVD. wld n ceire Freight Tail
DAT at south Comm -retal Wear, and leave aa
above To- uoanow (saturdayj MoBsava, 30ih 1B
stani. at C o'clock
Returulug, will leave Georgetown OB FBXSAT
MOBNINO, me 20th lnotant.
Freiirhi for Landings oa the Po?deo Rlrer will bs
transferred to Steamer GEN. MANIOAOAZ, at
AU Freight pre raid.
Mo Freigut received after sunset.
fcfl A CK i. LFOBD ft KELLI, Agent?,
March 19_1_No. 1 BoyiVs Whairt
CHANGE OF StHaDUbli.
INLAND BOO IE-ONLY I WO AND A HALF
HOURS AT -RA.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHARLESTON ANDb?VsNNAH ?IHM PACKET
[* -^cflT?a? THE "?Tr A sj RB PILOT BOY. 0AP
r^TT?S?^.TAIN FEJW Pf? wi leive Aocom
modatinn Whaii er ry AIOXOAT and '"BID ir Mooir
INO, at 8 o'i'lock, touching at Bean or>. onlr;
reiur i r.g lear? t aranoati 1 UKSSAT and SATDBOAT,
at 9 o'cluek A. M., m dcmg tho erip iu o ev J a uours.
Tiie?tfcjimerF/-NMH. apiai.i A>Ara wi il lear?
Ch .rlestnu e> cry T HCTBSDAT . OUNINO at 8 o'c'ock,
tou.t.i i^ at hafsto aita Wjy Lund tit ; ra ?arning
leay.- savannah ParOAV, .it i o'c >ckP M.
i'll? ol tho a'>ovo uoata wi ! touc I t i-ilniTion from
CbirJost'ni secoo l MONDAY of each mouth, and re?
turning third I nour of . aeh mon h.
For t .L'?ht M raasage apply to
March 18 Acctraim danoo Wharf.
?'OH PAUArHA, CMMUl'A,
VIA BAYANN Afl, ?I- DNANDINA AND JACKSON?
_ ?^?h. THE ITi(."t-CAS3 SIS'. ?HB
r^t??$f73^DIC'J AlOR. Captain L. iL OoXftrXKB,
w'll sail trom Cliarlsaiau ?ve; >o*r<ay ?HntHff?t
Eutut o'ci.^rk, io/ ne atore pulula
Tbe ?-nt-c'ana ^teamer .11 '1Y F ? -' f. Ia m o WM.
T. ItoNKCTX. wtll laiLirom '. h.ilteHtou ?very Satur
day t!cr;i?Q, ? KUb?u*ci????t wr aeor? pottils,
cooa"eOwi witu th- U-titta? liattraui at sir nash.
for Mobile and No Oricia?. ?nj ivib m.? Honda
RsJIrtwd ?I Ferna-dm i tur C -)ar if 'ya ot watch
pniut ?'win rs eou'jeot ?r ill Ntw.Ori.-AiU Mobile,
Pusiacc q. Key vve.i aud ti - '?aua.
riin-u-'h ???Hi i-a li-u' u?wn tor Fr.sl.iht to Mobile,
l'uirfai-t a .nd New ih.-aus.
A4i-A animer* wjsnee/inv ?iii H S. HtUTi titan
tnOtiawana ?twiQri '?<? '"?/j'.it rSpn,iQi?ndLike,
(ir>inn Ei?Slu, /?.O-WJ o.-. Ou,hm.
AM lr".-- . >iiL...- . n h . wuarl
Good* not roinovt .i al sot'sc' *>?>l be "tared at ns,
BLII . upi u?* i' i? r .er*.
Fo.' 1 ?c'?'at or I' ' ?. cnL'Saremcit. applv to
J. ?. AIKEN ft Ca, Agent!.
^uih Atlantic Whorl.'
N. B.-No c.tra ch-.:go for Meals aud atatarojins,
November \x ^???