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ummated. The resigned Federal officers of Charleston were in Columbia Saturday, and being serenaded made speeches of the same tenor of those delivered by them a few nights since, in the former city. On Saturday evening, at the town of Mount Pleasant, S. C. , some while boys, aided by negroes, were burning "Old Abe" in effigy, when they were fired on, and one of them shot by Jno. M. Barre, who was afterwards arrested by the citizens, and after receiving forty lashes, was placed in jail. Bishop Davis, of the Diocese of South Carolina, has set forth a prayer, which is " to be used before the two final prayers of morning and evening service, on all occasions during the ensuing session or sessions of our Legislature." In the South Carolina Legislature, Saturday, the following took place: Mr. Whaley said he held in his hand a resolution which he was certain would meet a cordial response from every member of this assembly. It was as follows: Resolved, That the resignation of th
Narrow escape. --About 8 o'clock last Monday night, the cries for help of some one floundering in the water near 8th street bridge, attracted the attention of Watchman Davis and partner, both of whom hastened to the scene just in time to save the life of an unfortunate white man, who had overloaded his hat with bricks and pitched headlong into the "raging canal." With no little difficulty, they rescued the inebriate, who must have found a watery grave but for their timely aid. Tipsy men had better give the basin a wide berth in the future.