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-Gold closed io New York active and buoy?
ant at 42*.
-Cotton closed in New York at an advance
Of iajc ; Bales 5600 bales at 19ja20o.
-In Liverpool cotton closed active with sales
of 16,000 bales at 8d for Uplands.
-China never had either a slave, or.a feudal
system, or a pauper peasantry.
-The professor of astronomy io a Chinese
college teaches that the stars are living croa
-lt is said that Henry J. Raymond is to
write a history of General Grant, assisted by
-It is said that more than a hundred menin
New York make their living by catching rats
for sporting purposes.
-Juosafier Eddin Mirza, tho heir to the
throne of Persia, has been getting married.
The Prince and his wife are each sixteen years
of age. I '
-On Saturday 80,000 cigars and twenty-one I
oases of tobacco were seized by a United States
rp arah (tl in New York, on the ground that the J
owners had paid neither license fee nor tax.
-Lord Bro ag brm, by the latest foreign in?
telligence, is represented to have lost the pow?
er of speech; ha can only feebly articulate, and '
has been deprived of the use of bia limbs.
-La Fran oe denies that the Italian Govern?
ment has forwarded a note to Madrid with
referen oe to a passage in Queen Isabella's
speech from the throne.
-The famous Seventh Regiment of New
York ia rapidly declining in numbers and disci?
pline. Since GenerJ Lefter ta resigned it has
ron down from one thousand to six hundred j
-Juries in England have some privileges not
accorded, to those in this country. In a re?
cent ease at Chester a bil of five pounds for
liquor and segara consumed by the jurors was j
allowed by the oonrt.
-Suoh was the slackness of trade and the
consequent want of employment in Pans, du?
ring the past quarter, that no fewer than eight
tho us and ia m dies were unable to pay their j
-The obsequies of the late Emperor Maxi
nunan were celebrated January 18. The re?
mains were deposited in the imperial crypt in
the Capuchin Church. Immense crowds of]
people filled the streets, and testified their j
sympathy with the deceased sovereign.
-Mr. Yoong, the commander ot tue boat ex?
pedition in search of Dr. Livingstone, in a tele?
gram to Sir R. Murchison, bays : I haye re?
turned from Lake Kay asea. Dr. Livingstone
has gone on in safety: The Johanna men de?
-It is at last discovered why the Feejee
King gave that "tooth*' to our government. It
waa to save the trouble of giving us any more j
of bis Jaw. Mr. Seward might take the hint
in future volume of his diplomatic coi respon-j
-A communication from Rome, in the Corriere
dallo Marche, states that Cardinal Antonelii
was attacked by neuralgia while attending the
funeral of Cardinal UgOiini, and that he bad to
be carried to his apartment in tho Vat.eau, J
whare medical aid waa called tor.
-Arrangements are making for a public
meeting m Now York city on behalf of the j
Southern Educational Fund. Henry Ward
Beecher has subscribed a large amount for the
benefit of Washington College, Virginia, of
Wbloh General ri. E. Lee is President.
-A Vienna dispatch says that Baron Von
Baust has addressed, or is about to send, to
the Austrian repr?sentatives abroad, a circular,
in which he will declare that Austria intends to
preserve the s trio tea t neutrality in all European
questions, and that she will not break it unless
-The German c i tiz en s of Philadelphia intend
to erect a first-class theatre. Tho executive
oomrmttee held a meeting on Saturday night, j
to'take counsel as to what step they should I
make. Tho Bum of S67,0?0 has been subscribed,
to which a wealthy citizen has agreed to add
t20,000 whenever the fund reaches $80,000.
-There is a rumor afloat, which receives cre?
dence from those usually well posted, that the
resignation of Charles Franois Adams, Minis?
ter to the Court of St. James, has been re?
ceived at the State Department. Secretary
Seward neither denies nor affirms the truth of
the statement, and the report is, therefore,
given only for what it is worth.
-Mr. Thaddeus Stevens has presented a
resolution (to which was attached a memorial
from the corporation of Wilmington, North
Carolina, sotting forth the purposes) instruct?
ing the committee on appropriations of the
House of Representatives to bring in a bill di?
recting the freedmen's bureau to advance to
.aid City $75,000 on security being given to re?
pay said sum in one year.
? -With reference to the poverty now so gene?
rally prevailing in London, eome one has writ?
ten three short and pithy sentences to tho
London Timos, that have an application to
other cities also, as follows : "lhere are thou
tands of .hungry men ont of employ?t the
east end. There are miles of infamously filthy
?tresta and pathways at the west end. Are
there no means of bringing the two together
-The Washington correspondent of the Cin?
cinnati Commercial says: "The loss of Rever?
dy Johnson to the Senate is a national calamity, j
Be is one of the few members of that body
whose eminent abilities i em j nd us of the better I
days of the Amerioan Senate,-days before
Garret Davis suoceeded Henry Clay,-before
Wilson took Webster's seat,-before Drake
howled where Benton reasoned,-in fact, be?
fore the Senate had become what latter-day po?
litics and politicians have made it."
-All tie St. Petersburg semi official journals
give an OD arg et io denial to the recent article
in the Paris Patrie on the presumed policy of I
Russia. The London Times says: "We have
teoeived the following important telegram
from Vienna: 'The ieport which has often ap?
peared lately in the Vienna and other journals
that- Russia waa arming on the Prath is en?
tirely unfounded. Russia was never less in a
position to go te war than at the presout mo?
ment. She has neither mon, horses, breech?
loaders, nor money.' "
"-The resolution of Representative Robinson,
in relation to the Fenians imprisoned in Great
Britain, aud. tee leeling of the h'ouse upon the
subject, as shown Jo the vote upon the suspen?
sion of the ru;es, is a Ole.'JJ indication that
soniothinsr of a positive character will be dono
shortly io secure a rooognitton of tho rights of
American, citizens abroad. Tho resolution
was, however, rather too strong, and confer ed
too much power upon tho President, else it
would doubtless have passed.
-Mr. Sumner's term as Senator expires on
tho 4th of March, 1669, and members of his
party aro already intriguemg to secure the
succession. There aro .-cvcral aspirants for
tho place instead of Mr. Sumner, and some ol
them declare that they will take back seats no
longer, but intend "to go for himv' Generals
Banks and Butler are both desirous of the po?
sition, but Governor Bullock is said to have
the inside track, and Massachusetts people say
that tho great orator and scholar will accom?
pany Mr. Wade in his retirement to private
life a twelvemonth hence.
SATURDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 8,1868.
The Judiciary. " . ' -
One of the most alarming signs of the :
change in public sentiment is the attempt
to break down the judiciary. Congress
seeks to do so by requiring that its legisla?
tion shall not be pronounoed unconstitu?
tional, except by a two-thirds vote of the
Supreme Court. If this measure should
prevail, the concurrence of six judges out
of eight will be requisite to save the rights
of the people and the States from the usur?
pations of the national legislature. And
Mr. MORTON, emphasizing the warning with
a fist-blow on the desk before him, intimates
that even this barrier will, if necessary, be
swept away. Mr. GRESLEY, from his Tri?
bune, significantly inquires why the opin?
ion of a few legal minds in the Supreme
Court should prevail against the opinion ol'
the many legal minds in Congress. Tho
judiciary is in danger of being reconstruc?
ted as recklessly as the executive and thc
States have been.
We see from the draught of a constitu?
tion now under discussion before tho con?
vention now in session in this city, that the
judiciary of this State will also be assailed:,
and may possibly be degraded. Henoc- J
forth the judges are to be made candidates
for popular favor. They are to be elected,
most of them, by the people. And they
are to serve, not for life as heretofore,
but for periods of two, four or six
years. What sort of judges m ty i
State expeot, under such a oou* uti j ?
Judges by election, at a time ?vii Vi u ?iT?r*
sal suffrage prevails, and whoa t ,t o:ie
elector in a dozen can rj*l or writs!
Judges by election, at a ? -i . when every
available candidate is di' icc ignorant aid
inexperienced, or alien . ne hostile ! Judg es
by election, at a um J nhen, the tempest of
revolution stul discharging its fury,
"Tho rushing ti ts bring things obscene to
Foul wree.? i c-mcrgo, and dead dogs swim in
Judges by eleotion, at a time when a talka?
tive tailor, a trim barber, a polished boot?
black, a sweaty plough-boy, may aspire to
overy high office; and obscure officials nnd
beneficiaries, hungry consumers, come fcrih
into the suulight from their sordid retreats,
"As maggots crawl from out a perished nut 1"
To adopt such a measure, at such a time,
would just turn the temple of justice-yea
the whole Stale-into a Bedlam, and would
prepare our people to welcome a military
despot, reigniug by his own will, as a pub?
Foreigners, accustomed to the ceremoni?
ous order of European affairs, have won
dered at tho violent excitement and sudden
change of an American political election.
Yet they have been less surprised by the
extravagant excesses preceding the eleo-j
lion, the libels, bribes, drunkenness and
riotous, passionate outbursts, than by the j
sudden subsidence of tho storm when the
election had ended. But now an elective
judiciary will not only multiply these con?
flicts but perpetuate them. To assign to a
mere partisan the guardianship and appli?
cation of the laws is to make the strifes of
party organic and immortal.
That government is not a republic where
the people manage publio affairs them?
selves. That oourt is not a conservator of
social order, where the people, by frequent
eleotions, bias or overawe the judioiary.
For precisely to the extent to which this
tribunal is made partial and unjust, is im?
posed upon the citizen the necessity of re?
dressing his own wrongs. Even a d;lay of
justice was thought so intolerable a griev?
ance, that a provision against it was incor?
porated into the great oharter of England.
But the measure now proposed involves the
perversion and frustration of justice.
The judge should be elevated quite above
the changeful caprices and passions of the
multitude. A calmer sphere than theirs
pertains to the minister of justioe. His
province is to declare, expound an 1 apply
the laws. He needs, not popular favor, but
personal weight of character and manifold
experience, to fill with dignity and benefi?
cence his high station. Henoe, the longer
in office, the better; and the more indepen?
dent of party associations, the bettor. Sub?
ject him to the temptations of tba candi?
date, and you shall have, not justice on the
woolsack, but prejudioe, venality and obse?
quiousness to the mob and thc caucus. No
barrier against tho violenco of power, no
defenoe to helpless innocence, no check on
popular license then remains. The law
then beoomes, as Borne old writer describes
it, a mere oobweb for flies, while the wasps
and hornets break through. Tue oourt
ceases to be a temple; it is a theatre where
tragedy and farce alternate, and you can?
not tell which of the two is more terrible.
In a speech made by DANIEL W.SBSTER in
New York, on the 10th of March, 1831,
occurs this memorable passage : "What we
possess is hardly fit to bo called our own,
unless we feel secure in its possession; and
thia security, thia feeling of perfect safety,
cannot txisi uuder a wicked, or oven under
a weak and ignorant administration of the
laws. There is no happiness, there is no
liberty, there is no enjoyment of life, unless
a man can say, when he rises in (he morn?
ing, I shall be subject to the decision of no
unjust judge to-day." This rouiark, so
simple, yet so profoundly wise, we com?
mend to our people and cur country. To
protect the judiciary is to protect ourselves.
To cast it among the spoils of party, is to
gast liberty, property and life away !
Thc Question of Veracity.
We publish to-day, in extenso, the corres?
pondence between the President and Gene?
ral GRANT, laid before Congress, in rela?
tion to the recent transfer of the war office
from the Secretary ad interim to Mr. STAN?
TON. The controversy is one much to be
lamented by every American. High digni?
taries like the President and the generalis?
simo should not wash their dirty linen in
public. General GRANT undoubtedly cornea
out of the fight second best, but the glory of
victory to his antagonist is of the smallest.
The correspondence, if we mistake not, will,
in after years, be classed with Mrs. LIN?
COLN'S letters, advertising her wardrobe,
"the presents of her dear friends."
We do not like to think evil of men in
such high positions. Yet we have no choice.
The President and General GRANT cannot
both be right. One or the other has been
guilty ol' tergiversation, to use no harsher
term ;' ard, to our humble understanding, it
is very clear th.; thc dodging was not' on
the part of Mr. JOHNSON. General GRANT
stands convicted by his own letters.
Mr. JOHNSON will be blamed, we presume,
in calling to his council board a man on
whom, it appears, he could not depend. He
was wrong in entrusting him with a charge
at onoe so delicate and responsible. He
should have been sure of his man before
making so much hinge upon the faith and
honor of that man.
In oonneotion with the subject we may
furthermore state that the resolution adopt?
ed in the House on Monday, calling for the
correspondence between the President and
General GRANT relative to the surrender of
the War Department to Mr. STANTON, and
the circumstances that followed, was intro?
duced by Mr. HUBBARD, probably an hour
before General GRANT'S last letter was
placed iu tho President's bands, and cer?
tainly before the correspondence wasJlii J I
aa will appear when all of the lo:t>i*i". i
bo made public. From all .. i : uro in?
stances, it appears as thju_j i t . resolution
had been prepared oy .?tr. ST?RTOVJ who
was furnished i, ur, ral GRANT with
copies, or porjufticd to read the original
Al?'. .-AN: oy, it is now positively under?
go , v wil not resign his office, although,
: n;] ears from tho correspondence, both
i (LiraiGRANT and General SHERMAN think
the good of the country requires sich action
on his part.
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February 8 '_3
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the improvement of the Female Tcaohcra now m
their employ and fur the instruct on of other young
laulea wno nay desire to flt thema Ives to become
teachers. Th) School will be open every Saturday
from B A. M. t> 12 M.
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since m the Normal eicbool building, a_\ day be?
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E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE.
February 7 2 thia3 Secretary.
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KiOK-atreut1 ^ February C
ITU3E COPARlEiiSliTp __,ETOFORE KXLS
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WILL CONTTE THE BOOK Ar D JOB PRINT?
ING husiB on his owa aoeouur, at No. 33
Hayne-slreet, auolicits a continu?t.ou of th.- pat
rouayeof his lr oanii tho public. Having a lar-e
assortment ol noype, neoi searymachmciy, afine
stock of paper, ds, fcc, will execute all ordeis
entrueted to him a supt nor style, wJth ocouracy
anti Droroptncsb.d at such rates as .o defy eoni
pe?t?ou. JAS. Vf. McMlLuAN.
OFFICE CUP OF CITY DETECT?
CHASTON, S. C., February 8, :868.
EECOVEBE?D BROUGHT TO 1HJ.S OFFICE,
ONE CLO two pair Pants, two Sacks, one
Vest, ona Night <n, and one pair Drawers.
Parties losing) Bame will please call, prove
property and papensea.
W. H. HENDRICKS,
First I. and Chief of Lity Detectives
OFFICE CHI OF CITY DETECTIVES
BAs_SION, February 1, isca.
EECOVEREDOBt'OUGHT Tfc> 'THIS OFF CE
one slNGLtSf- Gol D WATCH, Gold Faeo
and Hands, No. maker Wm. Adams, Liverpool,
and has a sma-ld Ce-ain atunhed. Said Watch
and Chain is asod to have been i-tolen either
from sumter olon, 8. C. Tho owner can have
the Bame by cn, proving property and paying
expenses. H. W. HENDRICKS,
First Lioutt and Chief of City Detectives.
OFIor THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
H-C. Fobruary 1 18 8. J
?\fOTICE 18 EBY GIVE M Tri A i HLS OF
_N FICE is norn and will remain i overy
day from tho hot 9 A. M. lo 3 P. M. , 'idays
excepted), until rat day of March next, ? th J
receipt of Tax Rs on Red l?state, Ac.
AU males, wLnd colored, o vor tho a;, of
twenty-one yearrequired to return themee. i
for Capitation T I E. t
All defaulter> >c dealt with ns tho ordlnant ? tc
diiects. W. N. HUGHES,
February 1 .mo Cit> Aayossor,
CITY TAX MONTHLY RE TURNS.
OFDF THE CH Y ASSESSOR, 1
HALL, February 1,130?. J
NOTICE IS EBY GIVEN TO ALL CON?
CERN tE the MONTHLY RETURNS
FOR THE MON? JA.NUARY I AST, in c. capit?
anee with the rdlnance, ratified on tho 28th
day of January, nu9t be made on or before the
AU dofaul tertbe dealt with as the o dinanco
directs. W. N. HUGHE-,
February 1 14 City As.essor.
TO PROVIDE FOBJQ"_ATI0N OF THE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT I C1T? WUICU ACCKCED OH 3lBT
DAT OF DECL1AST.
Be it ordainee Mayor and Aldermen m City
Council aU'mbUlor the purpose of liquid.ting
tho interest oaublic dehtoi the cl y, -.vUich
accrued on thelay of December last. Six fer
Cent Stock, cry on ihe Corporation of the
City of Char estll bo issued under tue direc
tion Of tho Maya persons holding .Stocks or
Bonds ot the Cit euti?ed to receive the inter?
est accrued tbit the time above stated, the
said Stock to ?rest aller tho rato of six per
cent per annuwlo quarterly, redeemable lu
thirty years froi Provided, That no part of
said Stock Bhateued for any sum leas than
twenty dollars, oy fractional pat t of a dollar.
Provided, also, ll Minis for less thai: twenty
doll rs and formal patts of a dollar shall be
paid in City Bi l
SEC. 2. i hat tl of certificates and modi: of
transfer ol said an.ll bo subject to the .'ams
r?gulations as ni in relation to other six Per
Cent Stocks ot t
Ratified in Cityl this twenty-eighth day of
January, in r of our Lord one thousand
[L. a ] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, f Council.
Junuary 31 Imo
jfJINANCE ! -L U
. day. pi
Be it ordoinclho ofllco of Keeper of St j The
Michael's c'locJiud the saino is hereby ! he aide
abolished. ! guishe.
Ratified in City thia twenty-eighth day of , adjoiui
january, in tiff our Lord ono thousand j A. iii
eight hundred.--eight. , charact
[L. a.] '. C. GAILLARD, Mayor. subs
W. H. SMITH,' Council.
January 31 20 I Decei
TO ABOLISH TttE OF KEEI'EB OF SX. MI
CHAi:LEST?\ HOUE A\D LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
tho Regular Monthly Meeting of your Com?
pany at your Hall, Wentworth-sticot, Tiita ?"cenwi ,
at 1% o'clock precisely. Honorary and contribu'.iDg
members are purdcularly requested to at.ond. Thc
attendance of every member is solicited.
By order. GEOliGE MoLAIN,
February 8 1 Secretary C. H. and E. Co
TIATEEIS ON 10-MORROW AFTERNOON,
iVL o'clock, at F. LOPEZ', Henrietta-street.
By order. HOLLO >V AY,
% February 8 1* Secretary.
i'ost ano /anno.
LOST, A LADY'S GOLD BKEASTPIN
containing the likeness of a gentleman. The
nn.ior will be rewarded by leaving :hs same at No
183 EAST BAY. 1* February 8
LOST, ON TUE CARS BETWEEN
Kingsville and this city, a BED RUSSIA LEA?
THER TX) RI MONNAIE, containing $28 m money
and a tree ticket on the road tn the name ol Miss
Hoffman. Any one anding the same will be suitably
rewarded by leaving lt at THIS OFFICE.
BOARDING AT NO. 69 CHUKO I
STREET, at reasonable ratea
January 28 baths
NO. 6 WENTWORTH-STREKT. - A
few pingle gentlemen can be accommodated
with BOARD AND LODGING, at reasonable rate j,
cn application at the above pleasantly situated ?r?'
ling. DAY BOARDERS also accommodated.
February 5 _
PRIVATE BOAWlt*w, ?aittvistt . 40?8
per week, and RO*ja*> - '. .TOrfl jg to $8
per month, by Miss P >i ' '- . ? , ?" c. 62 Magazin
streot, opposite l-r.iu 11 . ' Februarys
KJJ.II?0 . . s, A RUING-MRS. A
??..cy. 0 v_i . removed nor Boarding Estab
lisuuio ,. fir church-street to No. 79 BROAD
oA' ' J ,i?rowprepated to furnish Board to a lim
< ' nm. oer of Ladles and Gentlemen. Term- mod
. . December 1*
"IORT TTRTEEN TS JERNAT
HAS HIS OFFICE AT No. 7t HAsEL-STBEET
throe doors east from tuc 1 -otofflef.
N. B.-Diseases of the Generative system cured
with dispatch. sw8' January 18
DR. H. M. CLECKLEY,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
to HASEL STREET, NO. 70, four or five doors
east ol the Posh mee. January 30
Urtu publications. '
Jj? USSEL.L'8 BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST OF
BAKER-The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, and
the Sword Honters of the Hamran Arabs. By Sir
Samuel W. Baker, with illustrations. 1 vol., 8 vo.
AGASsIZ; a Journey lu Brazil. By Professor and
Vira. Lou s Agassiz, with 20 ilhuirations. 1 vol.
QUEEN VICTORIA-Leaves from the Journal of
>ur Life in the Highlands Hom 1848 tb 1861, to which
ure prefixed and added Extra?is from the sumo Jou ?
lni giving au account of Earlier Visits to Scot an3
ind Towns In England and Irelind, and Yachting
excursions. 1 vol., 12 mo. SI. 75.
MO J LEY; a History of tho United Netherlands
Vol. 3), frtm the AssassinaUon ol Henry IL to the
inferences at Ger.ruydonberg, 1 '90-1000. ty Joba
lathrop Motley, author of "ruse Di the Dutch Re
mbiic." 1 vol., 8 vo. $3 60.
DucHATLLU-stories of the Gorilla Country,
lariated for young people, By P. B. DuOhaillu.
voL. 12 mo. $1.75.
PENDEKGRAST-The Cromwellian Settlement of
roland, with 3 Maps. 1 vol., ll mo. $1.60.
HOGG-The Microscope, its kiiiiory, construction
nd application, beluga laminar introduction to the
Lae of thc instrument and thc study ot microscopical
elenco, with CO engravings and colored Illustra'
ions. By Jabez Hogg. Cth edition. 1vol. $3.60.
TiMBs; a Uistory of Wondcriui Inventions, irom
tie Mariner's C< mpass to the Electric Telegraph,
lustrated. 1 vol..or 8 vo. S>2.f.O.
STRICKLAND-Lives of .he Qucons of Fngland
-om the Norman Conquest. By Agues strickland
bridged Dy ibo ant or. 1 vol., 12 mo. $2.
NEW NOVE s-Playing for High stakes, by Annie
horuas, 25 cts. Guild Court, a Louden Storv, by
cot gc Macdonald, 60 els. I bo Brother's Bet, by
ui?io Carleu, 25 ts. Thc Huguenot Eurady, by
urah Tyler, $1.60. M anet's I'r. gross, by author of
uut M rgarct's Trouble, 60 eta. tho Waterdale
ehdibors, by uutlior of Paul Mnssie, 60 cts. stone
s. Circo, or Three Acts iu tho Lifo of an Ai ti at, by
'hite, 60 cts. I ho Ciaste'? Discipline, by Mrs. Eli
ut, 60 cts. Old sir Douglas, by Hon. Mrs. Norton,
i cte. Elia or Spam Fiity Years Ago, Dy Caballero,
1.76. A Stormy Life, by Lady Georgianna Fuller
>n, $2. cou. t Miran eau, au historical novel, by
heouore Mundt, $1.60. Napoleon and Blucncr, by
uuia* M?lbach, $1.60. Napoleon and tho Queen of
russia, by Louisa M?lbach, ?1.60. Tho Empress
>?ophine, by Louisa M?lbach, $1,60. Fairy Stories
r Little Cul droii, by Mis. Com ort, $1, Horne Fairy
iles, translated from the French of Jean Mace,
.75. february 5
Commission itt err!) un ts.
BOYCE <?. CO.'S WHARE,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
January 1 1 th s tu
RNER JACKSON AND ELLIS STREETS,
I ESPEOTFULLY ANNOUNCES IO THE PUBLIC
Li that ho is now orepared to attend to any
criON or COMMISSION BUoIN ESS which may
?minuted lo bia care, and that he will exert him
' to make prompt and s itisluctory returns of any
iluess that may be confided to him.
onaignmeulB or REAL E?lAiE, MERCHAN
iE, kc, kc, Folicited. Commissions moderate,
lb ral cash advances made on consignments,
ebruary 1 Imo
ULIS ck CHI S OLM,
ACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHAN IV,
JL ATTEND TO TH Ii PURCHASE, SALE AND
i'MENl ito Foreign and .'>oiuo*tic Purtf) of
TON. Bl CE, LUMUKU ANDNAVAL STORES
ATLANTIO WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
VILLIS.A. ti. UHl?Of.?I
M. MARSHALL iii BROTHER,
AL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKER*
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
?AL ESTATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND
D ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED
r Auetiou of HORSE, i. FURNITURE, fcc, every
1'sdu.u. October 10
poohs, Stationen), detr.
I LAIE M. kl. QUINN. 1
Town lioi k aud News Depot,
J37 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
LL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE' LATEST PUBLICATION*, such
3, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, fcc; par
iving un town will find it convenient to give
cali, and eau rely on getting theil' papers
x. City papers sold and subscriptions taken
i Papers and Maguzincp. Foreign Pupers
?eviews ordered for regular subscribers,
icnlar attention paid to order? from the c ?un?
od supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept
ad. .Hmo November 21
3-THE BAPTIST BANNER, AU?
FIRST NUMBER OF THE SEVENTH VOL
'ME of thi* Religious and Family Journal will
onihe first Saturday in January, 1808.
Banner will he issued regularly overy Satur
tinted with new typo and on Uno paper,
resident Editor, Mr. JAMES N. ELLS, will
d hy tho pons of eoine of the most diatin
1 writers of the den?a> ina lion ?n this and the
nit- d number of adveriifenjenti1 foi suitable
ei) will be received at the usual iotes.
crip?on price THREE DL LLAHS per runum.
BAB! 1ST BANNER,
abor 28 Augusta, Ga.
w. F. i
LESSEES ASDMANAGEBs, JNO. TEMPLETON 4 BRO.
REVIVAL Ol THE GALA TIME.
THE REOPENING 0 7 THE PiVORITE BE80BT
BY THE OLD FAVORITES 1
A SELECTED COMEDY COMPANY 1
Who will appear dui inc tbe PRES! NT WEBE In
their CHOICE AND VARIED PERFORMANCES,
- RECEIVED WITf I DELIGHT IN ALL THE
SOUTHERN CITIES I
SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8TH, 1868.
Tte New Farce
TURN HIM OUT !
?6S-SIBEET CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-fen
THEAIRE THOROUGHLY WARMEJ
PRICES AS A i
Doors open at 7 o'clodc... . .? . 7J? o'clock
, February 8
: TEE li., ffiSWLE CONFLICT
No. 37!? King-street.
WEB BILLIARD SALOON,
Corner of King and Market-its.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATELi
changed nandi, and is newly refitted and sup.
phed with the best cf
! ? .
LIQ,LO US AND SEGARS,
Fr ash ly imported from New York.
Inconsideration cf hard times the price for lani
des will be reduced.
Amateurs of the pame of Billiards are respect fully
invited to visit the Saloon. January 17
/inane i ai.
iblA AAA BANK OF THE 8TATE OF
?1U.UUU &orn"3 CAROLTNA BILLS
old issue previous to the war, and alt large.)
For sale very low by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street
January 30 thatuS
FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
TIME BILLS ON NEW YOEE PGBCHASED.
Advances made on consignments of Cotton and
tics to our i rienda in New York.
E. LAFITTE & CO.,
Februarys. Imo No. 20 Brosd-sireet
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
For February 7-Glass No. 310.
H. T. PETERS.
Licensed Lottery D isler,
No. 90 Hasel-street, chaile non, S. C.
ientucky State Lottery.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
?REVI SCHEME ON HAVANA PLAN.
- elliss c,
i be drawn on Saturday, Fobuary 16, 1868, under
tho supervision ot tbvee sworn Commissioners.
IAPITAL PRIZE $50,0001
78- Prizes I $?3311,600 to be distributed!
jole Tickets, $12 ; Halves, S6 ; Quarters, $3 ;
Eighths, $1 60.
COMBINA I ION LOTTERY
Draws every day at Covington, Kentucky. Tickets
m SI to S.O; rhares in proportion. Prizes from
) to ?86,000.
Supplementary Plan so popular in all the Northern
iuyers choose their own numbers,
.lckets (rom 26 cent* and upwards,
Lddress orders to H. T. PETERS,
Managers' Agent Office,
No. 90 Haael-street, Charleston, S. C.
annary 13 . imo
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
suth side, between King and Meeting streets.
r. HEUER la a German Barber, bag been thor
hi y trained to his business, and is prepared to
e his lrlends and the public generally in thc sc vc
Dranchea of bia art, viz:
SHAMPOOING SETTING LEECHES
HAIR DYING EXTR \CT1*G TEETH
ko., ixe, ?cc.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
ie above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
ri his friends and the travelling public that it
sen REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART
T8. The table will at all times bo supplied
THE BEST THC MARKET AFFORTS, includ
?very delicacy in season, wlhle the cuisine wiU
noxceptionable. ihe Hatti Rooms attached to
!otcl are supplied with thc celebrated Artesian
r. and HUT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS con
stained at any time. The same attention will
id to the comfort of thc guo3ts as heretofore
ra vellera eau i ely upon undhi j the Chariest' n
equal to any In the United States, The patt . -
! tho travelling public is respectfully solid-rr).
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
uaryC 2mo Proprieto..
3 W Y O UK HOTEL,
BROADWAY, N. Y.
D. M. HILDRETH,
lary 13 lyr* Proprietor.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
. HURD.Of New Orleans
?0RKERY...01 Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
ph and Railroad Ornees in Rotunda of Hotel.
PIIOPHIETOB OF THE
L M E T T 0 HOUSE,
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
JVSf ' RECEIVED BT OCHOOSEH
AZELDV ?St LAU H A, PROM BARRA
COA. - '. L
1 AAA BUNCHES BANANAS
-LUUU 1000 Oranges
100(i Grape Fruits
6 barr?is Green Ginger.
To be sold che*p, to suit purchasers, by
BART k WTBTH,
Noa. 55 and 67 Market-street,
And*t B. PATT?NI, .
Iibruarys amw3 ? No. 25 M arkrirBtreeC
EASTERN HA "
? (\i \ BALES SUPERIOR EASTERN HA*.*'-*"
0\J\.I ship J. A. Wright.
For sale by ^
voUmm . GEO. A. j CO.,
Fcbraary7_ . . ."lastBay.
I 90 ,i B": . . ' : ?HOICE si:ED BICE FOR
l*WU ,., "V. O.COUI.TNET&CO.,
' S No. jj Boyce's Wharf.
8 ACE S LIVERPOOL T.* LT, LABOE
?UU V7 sacks and in fine or 1er, in store and
for sale by T. J. EEBR k CO.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
TMP?BTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
IL imported Bottles, In hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And tor sale low by _
CLAC1US k WITTE,
January 13 3moi i-1 No. 86 East Bay.
S)C\C\ BUSHELS CHOICE WHITE BICE SEED,
Li \J VJ *6 pounds to th? bushel, a prolific bearer,
and adapted to low ground cul turc.
100 bushels superior bea is.and Cotton Seed, pro?
duct of one ot the tew saving crops of the past sea?
son, the Cotton from which soldat $1.30 per lb. -
Lister's i rc ah Bone Snper-Phasphate.
Lister's Pure Bone Dust
For sale by - WM. IC. LAWTON,
Factor, Boyeo k Co.'s Wharf. ,
Februarys m tn thai
TEAS, WISES, Iii; ETC
A GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF
TEE C?l^' B?tt^OAD DEPOTS,
AJuL^^^N. STEAMBOATS. J
GOODS \ vf>\
\<J \ FRETS OF CHARGE..
SOLD AT THIS \^ ?>\
1M ? ??2 m^JbK No. 276.
ABE OF THE FIRS!
QUALITY. WE SELL NO \^ X.
GOODS BUT WHAT CAN 'ElN^ JV
WARRANTED AS PURE AND C+ENU- ' X
TERMS-CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. 275 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN ' WENTWORTH AND BEA UFAIS. ~'w
BRANCH OF ??
?0O Broadway, cor. 20lh-street,
January 26 s tutu
OFFER FOR SALE
LOW FOB, CA8H:
3AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
JXjyjyj SOO bu sh tia Pink Eve Planting Pota
160 bales Qui a' Clo h
300 coils Hemp and Manilla Rope
lt? tons Beard's Iron T-es
300 bbls. Refined and Crushed Sugars
60 hbdfl. Wort India Molasses
100 bbl-1. Pugar House Syrup
300 bags Rio, Java and Lfguvyra Coffee
100 boxes Mann a tu ed Tobacco
600 packages Fish, Nos. 1, 2 end 8
600 boxes Herrings and Codfish -
600 kegs Nails
Powder, Shot, Lead, Indigo, Madder.
January 14_ tuthslmo
WOOD, LUMBER, &c.
L>EST QUALITY OAF, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
L> by boat load or at retail, as well as ASSORT?
ANT OF LUMBER, 'UMBER, SHINGLES, -c.
or sale low, at foot Beaufain-slreet
b TE I NM EYER k & -"*.
December 17_, tnti p . ..
LIME! LIME! LrMEI.
)1 AA BBL9. OF FRESH BOCEPOBT LIME
? lUv Just received and lor sale at prices aa
w aa Ihe lowest, at
No. 317 EAST BAY.
A. McCOBB, Jr.
February 4 tuthslmo
AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ERECTED A LIME
. KILN on the site ot 'the old Cannonsboro'
lu, w xt Savannah i ailroad Wharf, and would be
ppy to supply their friends and customers with
ME burnt from the best rock import- d from
Kskland and Rockport (Maine), st the following low
me per barrel (exclusivo of barrel) 1
rom the kiln.SL26 per bbl.
me per barrel (with barre ) from -*.
?e kiln.$1.60 per bbl
mo per barrel, from Store on Veu?
ille Range.;.SL76 per bbl
rho Lune is warrantes to be equal to any import,
[?erma cash. OLNEY k CO.,
Nos. 9, ll and 13 Vendue Range,
february 1 And Foot Mill-street.
THE OH. ESTABLISHED
ET AIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 344 KINO-SI BEET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PBICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
unary 21 tutbs6mos No. 344 King-street
CLOTHING, SHOE AiND HAT STORE,
No. 86 MA RKET-S TREFT,
CHARLESTON, 8.?, , -'
here may bc found every variety of GREAT
Ts, F F.U.K AND DBESs COATS, Shirts, Un
hirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and socks,
a, shoes. Hats and Caps, Trunks, Ca pet Bael
ses, Ac. Feb*
H. If. E Li I, E RS <Si CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND AiOTHECABLES,
131 MIXTTNG-STBEET, NEAB MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OP
UGS, MEDICINES Ai?D CHEMICALS
?BESCBlPTIONS PUT OP WITH CABE."?
EtEA/T DISCOVERY !
?VERY MAN HIS OWN ARTIST 1
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER !
instrument by which any person can take cor
iikenetisos or Photographs. This instrument,
nil instructions, sent by niall for one dollar,
tress c B. AMES k CO.,
No. 181 Broadway, New York,
nary 3 2mo
[LilliAM H. olLLILA.M) ii SOr?,
EAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
ICE No. 33 H A YNE-STREET,
ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. 141 East Bay,
ary 1 3mo