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LONDON, February 22.-Alarming
revolts are reported among the pri
Boners in India.
La Pairie say? Russia is mussing
troops near the Danube.
Northcote announced in the Gom?
mons that Abyssinian advices gave
hopes that the war would end this
Th? coroner's jury in the Clerken
well explosion gave a verdict of mur?
der against Barrett, the two Der
monds, English, O'Keefe, Mullany,
Ann Justice, aud others whose names
aro unknown, and oensuro tho police
for lack of activity.
The audience at Train's locture in
Dublin last night was boisterous;
some who hissed wero roughly used.
Laurance says Nigra, tho Italian
Minister, pledges Italy to the ob?
servance of the September Conven?
tion and tho paymeut of the Papal
It is announced iu Parliament,
that the new postal treaty between
England and tho United States ia
temporarily suspended to revise some
points overlooked on both sides.
D'Israeli denied that tho expense
of tho Abyssinian expedition hus ex?
ceeded the estimates.
Stanley expiai ned that British rela?
tions with Mexico has been suspend?
ed, because the latter declined all
intercourse with the powers whe
recognized the late Empire.
The jury disagreed in the trinl oi
John Martin, editor of the Dublin
iv civ M Item?. ,
CHARLESTON, February 22.-Sail
ed-steamer Manhattan, New York.
AUGUSTA, February 22.-Tho daj
was observed by a general parade o:
the fire department.
The day was also celebrated ii
New Orleans and other cities.
WASHINGTON, Februory 22.-Thc
Senate, after seven hours' 1 executiv?
session, resolved that the Presiden!
had no right to remove Stanton. A
?8 this morning. Thomas was arrestee
on a warrant issued by Judge Carter
on the affidavit of Stanton, for viola
tion of the fifth section of the tenon
of office bill, The excitement is ver
great. Thomas was released on bai
of $5,000, to appear on Wednesday
Stanton called in the War Office las
night, and is still in possession.
After his release from custody
Adjutant-General Thomas found hi
office door looked; Stanton bad th
key. Thomas went to Stanton's ol
fice, finding Stanton aud ten mern
bera of Congress, Geuerals Grant
Dent and Howard. Sentinels guard
ed each door, and visitors were onl
admitted after their cards were ic
spected. Several cards were pre
sonted for Thomas, but admissio
was refused. Col. Moore, the Pres
dent's private Secretary, called to se
Thomas, but admission was refus?e
Thomas remained in Stanton's rooi
until half-post 12, when he left tl
war building. During the iuterviev
Stanton notified Thomas that h
would not give up the Secretaryshi]
or obey Thomas as Seoretary of Wa
uud that he bad instructed all en
ployees of the department not t
obey Thomas. At 2 o'clook, Thom;
bad a prolonged interview with tl
President, duriug which the Pres
dent said bo desired to Mst the ma
ter legally in the courts.
The debate is progressing wil
spirit but dignity. The exc?teme:
is subsiding. Tho Presie?ent w
tako no arbitrary measures. Ho
content with the present shape
affairs. The matter is now with tl
courts. Tho elsy was generally o
Sherman's lotter to tho Presiden
January 18, has been publishe
Alluding to the contemplated efibi
of himself and Grant to induce Sta
ton to resign, Sherman says, if 1
will not, then it will be time to co
trivo ulterior measures. Sherm:
Tho Committee on Reconstructs
-seven Republicans ngainnf. u
Democrats-deoidetl to-day to prel
articles of impeachment against t
President, for his contluct respect!
the removal of Stauton.
Only Brooks and Beck vot
against tho impeachment resolutio
in the Reconstruction Committee.
Tho Democratic National Comm
tee bus named Nsw York as t
l>l iee, and the fourth of July as t
day for holding the National Cc
vention. Committeemen from t
Southern States had a full voice
Tho President's impeachment
tho Houso is undoubted.
TALLAHASSEE. February 21.-Al
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o'clock this morning, the store of
Messrs. Kirk'soy & Johnson* Tras1 en*
tirely burnt out. The fire broke out,
tn a. voi????k Z?'i?f'l? C_ 'til ? S lo t?
Bank, which sustained some injury.
A soldier, hamed flatt, was caught1
by one of the falling walls and bur ut
to death. Several other persons were
injured. _ _i > *0?
WASHINGTON, February 22.-In the
Senate, no business was transacted.
In tho House, Eldridge moved that
as it was Washington's birth-day,
Washington's farewell nddress bo
read and the House then adjourn
objected to by a vote of 26 to 106.
A bill punishing ' Federal officers
for unlawful use of money or pro?
perty, passed. It imprisons from one
to fifteen years and fines twice the
amount lost by loan, deposit or per?
sonal uso. Stevens rose; when the
Speaker gave notice that demonstra?
tions in the galleries would lead to
their dearing. Stevens reported tho
following from ' the Reconstruction
Resolved, That Andrew Johnson,
President of the United States, be
Impeached of high crimes and mis?
demeanors in office.
A general debate ensued. The
House adjourned at half-past 5 to
half-past 7. Tho vote will be taken
Tito Reconstitution Conventions.
CHARLESTON, February 22.-The
Convention adjourned, to-day, iu
honor 'of Washington's birth-day.
TALLAHASSEE, February 22.-In
the Convention, to-day's work pro?
gressed rapidly. Several ordinances
and articles of the Constitution were
RALEIGH, February 22.-The Con?
vention to-day discussed suffrage until
adjournment, without coming to a
vote. The radical County Conven?
tion nominated one negro and three
whites for the Legislature. It was a
slim affair-only twenty or thirty
JACKJSON, MISS., February 22.-The,]
Convention adopted resolutions pro?
viding for the appointment of n Com?
mittee of Three to visit Washington,
to lay before Grant and other func?
tionaries tho true condition of affairs
in Mississippi, and also to negotiate a
loan of 8100,000 to defray the ex?
penses of the Convention-said loan
to be paid by taxation-the faith of
the State to be pledged for its re?
ATLANTA, February 22.-In the
Convention, tho report on the basis
of representation was reconsidered,
and so considered as to render all
persons eligible to office at the first
election under the Constitution. An
effort was made to have the State
Capital removed to Atlanta; but it
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMKRCIAL'T^
NEW YORK, February 22-Noon.
Gold on the street 42>?@42>8. All
places of business closed to-day, it
being a general holiday.
CHARLESTON, February 22.-Cotton
dull and easier, and declined }.jc. ;
sales 400 bales-middling nominally
AUGUSTA, February 22.-Cotton
market dull and irregular; sales 455
bales; receipts 993-middling 21 >?. ?
SAVANNAH, February 22.-Nothing
doing in cotton; sales 128 bales
middling nominal 221..'; receipts
MOBILE, February 22.-No sales of
cotton; market nominal and depress?
ed, under foreign accounts; receipts
1,309; exports 4,973.
NEW ORLEANS, February 22.-Cot?
ton dull and tending down-middling
23^(V#23>.<; sales 3,200; receipts
1,926. Gold 41>?@42. Flour-tre?
ble extra 12.75; choice 14.50. Corn
active, nt firstname.lastname@example.org)?.
LIVERPOOL, February 21-Evening.
Cotton closed quiet-uplands 10 ' ? ;
to arrivo 9??; Orleans 10%.
LONDON, February 22-Noon.
Consols 93J?5@93J??. American se?
curities agitated by recent news.
Bonds 71 %.
LIVERPOOL, February 22-Noon.
Cotton quiet and unchanged.
LONDON, February 22-Evening.
Consols 93%. Bonds 71%.
LIVERPOOL, February 22-Even?
ing.-Cotton closed easier and de?
clined }?-uplands on spot 10; to
OT?VO 9'?; Orleans 10^'.
On Consignment, with Orders to Sell.
Of\ BOXES Low Orados TOBACCO.
tJ\J 10 boxes Extra Fino Tobacco.
GO boxen Low Priced Kogara.
15 '* Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
9 Do n't forget. Tho only aure cough
euro is Stanley's celebrated Cough Syrup.
Sold by Fisher and Heinitsh.
PERUVIAN GUANO, direct from agents,
at market rates.
Soluble Pacific Guano, ?75 casu, $80 1st
November, with 7 per cent, iutereat, ap?
proved city acceptance.
Baugh's Phosphate of Limo, $00 cash,
$G5 1st November, with 7 per cent, interest,
approved city acceptance
Phoenix Guano, $55 cash, $G5 1st Novem?
ber, with 7 per cent, iutereat, approved
Flour of Bone, unadulterated and un?
Farmer's Tlaster of Gypsum, warranted
In offering the above manures to plant
era, I do so with every confidence, not only
having testimonials from planters who
havo used them the past year, but tho fur?
ther guarantee that every cargo, as it
arrives, is analyzed by Prof. Shepard, of
thc South Carolina Medical College, and
the high reputation of these manures
fully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Jan 19 mS_Charleston. S. O._
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE undersigned having
taken charge of tho above
weU-kuowu HOTEL, re
_Jspectfully informs his
friuuils uua tue traveling public that it has
boen REFURNISHED, m all of its depart?
ments. Tho tablo will, at all times, be
mipplicd with the best the Market affords,
inoluding every delicacy in season, while
the cnisino will bo unexceptionable. The
Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel aro sup?
plied with tbe celebrated Artesian Water,
and Hot, Cold or Shower Baths can be ob?
tained at any time. The samo attention
will be paid to the comfort of the guests
as heretofore, and travelers can rely upon
finding tbe Charleston Hotel equal to any
in tho United Status. The patronage of
tho traveling publie is respectfully solicit?
ed. J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
Jan ll 3mo Proprietor.
i,?Qm) r?A\ 8lls
? Z ?E tn f> ?3 "* ?
3 a s? 3 Phalli
No other torm of Neuralgia or Nervous
Disoase bas failed to vleld to tins
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in tho severest cases of Chronic
Neuralgia and general nervous derange?
ments-of many years standing-affecting
tho entiro system, its uso for a few daye,
or a few weeks at tho utmost, always af?
fords tho most astonishing rolief, and very
rarely fails to produco a complete and per?
It contains no drugs or other materials
in the slightest dotrreo injurious, even to
tho most delicato system, and can always
bo used with perfect safety.
It bas long boen in constant usn by
many of our most eminent Physicians,
who givo it their unanimous and unquali?
Sent by mail on receipt of prico, and
no packago, $1.00; Postage f> cents.
Six packages, 5.00; " 27 "
Twelve packages, D.OO; " 48 "
It is sold by all wholesale and retail deal?
ers iu drnga and medicines throughout tho
United States, and by
TURNER A CO., Solo Proprietors,
120 Tremont street, BoBton, Mass.
Jan 7_ mthGmo
C?r\ BBLS. FLOUR,
\JVj 150 Sacks Flour; from beat Family
to good Snper.
Jan 12 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Splendid Calf and Kid Shoe*, Furniture, <tc
BT H. W. B??HBW?O?).
t WILL sell, on TO-MORROW (Mondav)
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, with?
out reserve, tho following gooda,' of
6 pairs JERSEY TIES,
2 Calf Gaiters,
3 " Men'a Calf Dutton Gaiters.
8 " ?? ?. LQW Quarter Gaiters,
7 ?* " Kid Ties,
4 " " Calf Ties,
6 ?; Scotch Bottom Soots,
3 " Patent Leather Boots.
4 " Napier Calf Roots,
G ** Morocco Boots,
4 " Calf Boots.
At the samo time and place, I will also
1 6 Octave NUUK'S PIANO,
1 flue Mahogany Rocker,
1 bag Rio Coffee,
2 boxes Fresh Lemons,
1 lot Superior Smoking Tobacco,
1 lot Cookiug Utensils, Carpets, Ac,
1 lot Assorted Di v Goods,
8 Elegant Parlor Pictures. Feb 23
Eriensice Sa'e af Handsome and Weil Kept
Furititttre, Otlonging to a Family declin?
BY D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON.
ON THURSDAY MORNING, tho 27th
inst., at 10 o'clock, we will sell, a largo
and viiried assortment of household
FURNITURE, consisting aa follows:
2 Largo and Elegant Rot-ewood SOFAS,
2 Handsome Rosewood Marble Top
1 Handsome Rosewood Velvet Arm Chair,
G " " " Chairs,
3 " " Reception Chairs,
i>(5 yds. now aud elegant Velvet Carpeting
2 Beautiful Velvet Rug?,
1 pair Beautiful Velvet Ottomans.
48 \ardrt Beautiful Brussels Carpeting,
2 Beautiful Mahogany Sofa*,
1 Beautiful Mahogany Easy Chair,
G " Brace Chairs,
1 Largo and Elegant-toned Piano, am
numerous other articles of I'm ni tun
which adoru a parlor.
1 Oak SIDEBOARD, Marble Top,
G Oak Dilling Chairs,
1 Large Dining Table,
Damask and Oil Cloth Carpets, Ac.
1 Largo and Beautiful Walnut WARD
1 Beautiful Walnut Marble Top Table,
2 " " Bedsteads,
1 " " Bureau and Glass,
1 Marblo Top Walnut Washstand,
1 Walnut Table, G Walnut Chairs,
3 Splendid Rocking Chairs,
Feather Bods, Mattresses, Bolsters an
Pillows, together with a large, tine an
varied assortment of CROCKERY. OLASi
WARE aad Cooking Utensils generto.lv.
4 Haudsomo Brussels and Three-pl
CARPETS, and numerous other art ich
too lengthy to detail.
Terms of salo cash. Persona in want <
turnituro of any description woukl do we
to wait and attend this salo. Feb 18
United States Internal Revenue.
COI.UMIIIA. S. C., February 20, 18G8.
ON MONDAY, 2d day of March uox
will bo sold, tho HOUSE situated c
Washington street and on the premisos i
R. N. Lewis, formerly used as a bowliu
alley. Levied on as tho properly of Jami
Fant, for non-payment of special taxes.
That HOUSE ou Plain street, former
occupied by Burr A Leo, photographer
Levied on as the property of Burr ? Le
for non-payment of special tax.
Feb 2114 A. 8. WALLACE, Collector.
Sale to Foreclose Mortgage.
UNDER power of Attorney to mo 1
deed, given by C. P. Pelham, to for
closo mortgage, and by consent, aft
fifteen days public notice, to sell aud co
voy certain nremiBCS mortgaged by tl
said C. P. Pelham, pursuant to tho torr
of said agreement, I will offer at publ
sale, at the Court House in Columbia, i
the FIRST MONDAY in March next, at tl
usual hours, tho following REAL ESTAI
in tho city of Columbia, viz:
Tho LOT corner of Plain and Barnw
streets, ono square East of Nickorsoi
Hotel, containing ono and ono-third acre
moro or less, with Buildings thereon,
follows: A modern built brick dwell i ?
houso, with eight rooms; kitchen and s(
vants' house of brick, with eight roon
carriage houso and stable, and other sn
aldo out-buildings. Tho lot is well-stock
with choice fruit trees, overgroon hedg<
Ac. The location and improvements coi
mond themselves to any ono wanting
comfortable and dosirablo residence.
Terms-$1,500 within thirty dava frc
dato of sale; tho balanco in equal inst
monts, ono and two years from January
1HG8, secured by bond and mortgage; t
buildings to bo insured and tho policies
accompany tho bond. The purchaser
pay for papers.
Tho standing Furniture (all first clai
will bo sold with tho house or not, as n
bo desired. C. H. BALDWIN,
Attorney-in-fact cf c. P. Pelham
Feb 14 fn
BY virtuo of sundry writs of fieri faci
to mo directed,* I will sell, on i
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Mai
next, before tho Court House in Colunil
within tho legal hours, tho following p
All that lot, pie.ee or parcel of LA?
upon which is situated the Hotel known
tho "Shiver Houso," in the city o. Colt
bia, and bounded on tho Fa?i bv ? .-tat?
J. I. Waltor, South by Plain street, W
by J. C. Janney's lot and OatOs street, t
North by Catholic Oh ni eh lut: levied
as tho property of William shiver, at
suit of Robert C. Hliivi r and tho Stat?
South Carolina for taxes.
Tho House an-' Lot, on tho cornoi
Gervais and Bull streets, in tho eily
I Columbia, known as the lato rcsideuc
John Ranskolt, deceased. The lot con?
tain.'! 1 1-3 acres, moro or lesa, bounded a*
follows: South . by Gervais street. Saat by
Dull ni eei, West by Dr. Leland'H lot, and
North by Lady street; levied on as the pro?
perty of John Bauskett, at the suit of W.
H. Gibbes, Wm. A. Harri?, et al. This
Sroperty vt di be aold at tbe risk of Mrs.
oph?a Rauskott, the former purchaser
she iving failed to comply with terms of
All that lot or parcul of La?d, in tba city
of Columbia, on which is erected s large
Machino ?hop and Poundry. The lot con?
tain-, about 24 acres, and bounded North*
by Richland street, East by E. Yr. ?ar
ahali'a lot and homestead of defend?ntr
South by Laurel street, and Weat by Lin?
coln street; levied on as tho property of
Wm. Glaze, at the suit of E. J. Arthur vs.
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN,
Feb 'J f_S. R. D.
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, di?
rected to me, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in March next,
j in front of the Court HOUBC, in Columbia,
within tho legal boura, the following pro?
perty, viz: t
200 acres of Land, moro or less, in Rich?
land District, bounded on tho North by K.
G. Brevard, East by J. J. Chappell, South
by Thomas Davia, and Weat by estate of
Wright Denley; levied on ns tbe property
of tbe estato of B. Guntor, at the suit of
j tho State of South Carolina for taxes.
240 acres of Land, in Richland District.
bounded on tho North by estate of -
Doby, East by Wm. Goff, South by Benj.
I Milos, and West by lauds of- Barsh;
I levied ou as tho property of Jeremiah He?
tti any, at the suit of tho State of South
Carolina fur taxes.
450 acres of Lund, in Richland District,
bounded on tho North by E. Atkinson,
! East bv P. Brown and J. D. Evans, South
by Isa?o Walker, and West by Mrs. C. WU
aon; levied on as the property ol the es?
tato of John Brazal, at the suit of tho
Stat;.- of South Carolina for tuxes.
2?0 acres of Laud, in Rich-land District,
bounded on the North-east by John Wages,
South-east by John Fields, ?^uth-west by
Wm. Higgins, and North-west by W. G.
Burdell: levied on aa tho property of M.
S. Higgins.at tho suit ot the State o"i South
Carolina for taxea.
45 aerea of Lan i, adjacent io the city of
Columbia, bounded aa follows: North and
East by eatato of J. C. Walker, South by
Boundary street, and West by the Fair
Ground; levied on aa the property of Wm.
Sum niers, at tho suit of tho Stat? of South
Carolina for taxes.
Tho House and Lot, on Richardson
street, in tho city of Columbia, bounded on
tho North by estato or G. Starling, West
by-Foot, South by Green street, and
East by Richardson street; levied on aa the
property of Daniel Scott, at the suit of tho
State of South Carolina for taxes.
A vacant Lot, ou the corner of Richard?
son and Laurel at reeta, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing 1 acre, more or lees,
and bounded on tho North by Laurel street,
on thc East bv Richardson street. South
hy catate of Charles Beck, and Weat by
Asaembly street; levied on as the property
of Keating A Ball, at the suit of the State
of South Carolina and city of Columbia for
1 square of Land, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on the North by Laurel street,
East by Huger street. South by Blanding
street, and West by Williams stroet; levied
on aa the property of J. Lumsden, for
taxea, and to bo sokL'at tho risk of John
D. Bateman, the purchaser at formar sale.
Terms caah. F. W. GREEN.
Feb 9 t_S. R. D.
United States Marshal's Sale-The
United States of America, South
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to mo
directed, issued out of the Honorable
the United Statea Circuit Court, for tho
District of South Carolina, I will expose
for salo to the highest bidder, ut public
auction, at Columbia, on the ITH DAY of
March, I860, being tho FIRST "WEDNES?
DAY of the mouth, all the right, title and
interest of the defendant, iu and to tho
following property, to wit:
All that lot, nieco or parcel of LAND,
iu tho city of Columbia, South Carolina,
j fronting on Plain street, with the THREE
BUILDINGS thereon, at present occupied
I by James Smith, Tinner; P. B. Glass,
. Bookseller: and C. Haynesworth, Barber;
aud bounded by lota of A. L. Solomon,
Dr. John Lynch, Henry Davis and R. C.
Levied on as tho proporfcv of the lato J.
B. GLASS, defendant, at tho suit of tho
United States, plaintiff.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay tho
Marshal for necessary papers a.id Htamps.
J. P. M. EPPING,
Unitod States Marshal, S. C. District.
Fob 9 _ni3M24_
OFFICIAL History of the Secret Ser
vico. By Gen. L. C. Baker, lato Pro?
vost Marshal of tho War Department and
Chief of National Police Announced a
year ago. but suppressed by tho Govern?
ment. Profusely illustrated. Subscription
Two New Books, by "Brick" Pomeroy,
editor of tho LaCroeso (Wie.) Deuutcrat.
Tho First. "Souse," or Saturday Night
Musings and Thoughtful Papers.
Tho Second, Nonsense, or Hits and Criti?
cisms on Follies of tho Day. $150 each.
Napoleon and Blucher. By L. Muhlbach.
On Both Sidos ( f thc Sea-A New Schoen?
berg Cotta Family Book-A Sequel to
Draytons and Davononts.
At DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Jan 24 Bookstore, Columbia, S. C.
HelntUh'a Crimno* Tetter Wash,
for Tottor, Ringworm, Pimples, Worin
Spots, Roughness Of tho S..1U-n en.ro for
letter and Ringworm.