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-Gold dosed quiet at New York yesterday
-Cotton was dull and heavy, but closed more
steady; sales 4000 balea at 22k.
-At Liverpool cotton closed firm and with
more activity; Uplands, on the spot, 9jd.; to
arrive, ?gd.; sales 10,000 bales.
-The Freedmen's Bureau ceased to exist in
Kentucky on Saturday, the order of General
Grant for its discontinuance not having been
revoked by Mr. Stanton.
-The Eufaula (Alabama) News says: "The
result of the re-registration, just completed in
thia State, shows a difference in favor of the
whites of nearly three to one."
-Paris hopes to have an underground rail?
road ere long-a line which will form a complete
underground connection between all the radway
termini of Paris. There will be one bridge
over the Seine and one tunnel over it. Three
fourths of the railway and its branches will be
in tunnel or covered way.
-From Mexico cia Havana we learn that
the revolt in Sinaloa has become serious, and
moro troops have been sent to General Corona,
who is in command of the Mexican forces in
Mazatlan. The insurgents are reported to bo
within twenty mileB of the latter city, and are
said to number twenty-five hundred men.
-The Missouri Radical Convention was per?
manently organized at St. Louis on Saturday
last. Among the resolutions adopted was one
affirming that the sovereign political power ot
the republic is vested in the people, and that,
under the Constitution of the United States,
Congress represents that sovereignty. Tho
resolutions close with an endorsement of tbe
acts of Congi ess.
-"Professor Palmer, tho Fly Man," who has
been exhibiting in London, walking on a glass
ceiling with his head downwards, fell head
foremost the other evening. The ceiling was
eighty or ninety feet from the ground, bat a
netting was spread for him about thirty feet
below the ceiling. He struck upon tbe back of
his neck just within tho netting, and was
scarcely injured, but the escape from a terri?
ble death was very narrow. He did not finish
-Petitions are announced as having been
signed in England, by nearly 14,000 persons,
praying that single women and widows, duly
qualified as ratepayers, may bo allowed to
vote for members of Parliament. The move?
ment is supported by Lady Anna Gore Lang?
ton, Lady Amberley, Sir George Bowyer, Mrs.
Somerville, Sir Rowland Hill, Tho O'Donnog
hue, Mary Howitt, Lord Romilly, Lady Gold
amid, Rev. Charles Kingsley, Sir J. Simpson,
M. D., Mr. Goldwin Smith and others-cer?
tainly a good array of names.
-A special dispatch from Philadelphia to
the Washington Express says: Outside of
stocks and gold gambling, fears are entertain?
ed that the unsettled state of the political ho?
rizon will act with damaging effect on the
spring trade about to open. Tbe President's
inton ion of testing the constitutionality of the
civil tenure bill in court is understood heie
by the thinking few, and they chuckle at tho
act of the Radicals in Congress in convu'sing
the country. The reaction, it is thought, will
be damaging to not a few of the over-ambitious
gentlemen in the House.
-A French paper gives an anecdote of the
balls at the Hotel de Ville, where the company
is usually lather "mixed." Here ono moots
all classes of people, a fact which proves, as M.
Delrieux said in the Situation newspaper, the
liberal principles of M. Haussmann. At the last
ball the Countess de C-discovered coming
towards her a flowering waistcoat, whioh asker!
her hand for a quadrille. "Thank you, Mon?
sieur," replied the Countess with great polite?
ness, recognizing the wearer of the waistcoat;
'1 am not dancing to-night; the shoes which
yon sent me home this morning hurt me hor?
-The N. Y. Tribune of Monday morning takes
very Btrong ground in favor of the impeach?
ment of President Johnson. It says "there is
so avoiding this conclusion-no explaining it
away-i o middle course. Congress must as?
sume the responsibility of impeaching him.
Not to do so, in the face of this flagrant and
insolent proceeding, is to become partner in
the crime. It is no time to consider party in?
fluence of impeachment, or its effects upon
Presidential candidates. We would rather see
the Republican party, candidates and all,
driven to the deserts of Arabia, than to have
them tremble one moment in the presence of
this high duly."
-The New York Timos is alarmod at the
preference shown by Mr. Stanton, editor of
the Revolution, for handsome men, in Wash?
ington, aa the most meritorious statesmen.
The Times remarks : "It is scarcely necessa?
ry" [scarcely necessary, indeed!] "for us to
add that we cannot assent to any revolution
which is to introduce such tests of political
merit as these. When opera-glasses, instead
of the constitution, are to determine qualifica?
tions for office, when none bat good-looking
men like Ben. Wade are to be deemed fit for
the Presidency, and when tho handsomest
men like our Senator Conkling aro to carry the
day against all competitors, it is quito time for
ordinary mortals to Mite their stand.'
-Official ^presentations have been mado to
General Hancock of the impossibility of meet?
ing the indebtedness of the State of Louisiana,
or of even paying itB officers. From the fact
that tho payment of arrears of taxes being
suspended by legislative action until 1870, the
approp*-'"lion act having expired on December
31st, 1 General Hancock has therefore or?
dered that licenses to trade, professions and
occupations, together with the revenue duty
and taxeB of the State shall be payable and
collected in legal tender notes. Thc funds
thud collected aie to be applied to the pay?
ment of the judicial and civil officers of the
State, and to other purposes specified. The
appropriation act is also to bo continued as far
as it may be applicable to the specified expen?
ditures and assessments.
-During thc war a Frenchman of the name
of Cluseret took service with the United States
troops, and se he had shortly before quitted
the French army, in which he had attainod the
rank of Captain, he waa made a general. He
DAB since returned to his native country, and
commenced the publication of newspaper arti?
cles over the signature of "General Cluseret."
The government was in high dudgeon, and
made officiai proclamation that VL Cluscret
wis nothing moro ic Franco than an ex-cao
tain; but tono purpose, for he still continued
to use the obnoxious signature. As the mili
tarv title is highly esteemed in France, the
authorities are not willing to let the matter
rest, and M. Cluseret has been cited to appear
before tho examining magistrates ^rx a charge
of assuming a title to whioh he has rio fight in
France-an act punishable by a heavy fine in
-A correspondent of the London Telegraph
says that a road steamer, a machine like a
small railway engine set upon three whoels,
one in front and two behind, has of late fre?
quently been 6eon travelling between Leith
and Edinburgh. This machine woighs about
fivo tons, is capable of diawinj? sixty tons at a
slow paco on a good road, of going over the
roughest road and climbing tho steepest, and
of travelling over ploughed land with tho most
perfect oise. Tho inventor is a Mr. lt. H.
Thomson, of Edinburgh, who is also the in?
ventor of various other ingenious pieces of
mechanism. The letter referred to says : "The
peculiarity of the new road steamer is that its
three wheels are covered with larpo tires or
hoops of India rubber, about five inches thick
and two feet broad, hoing tho largest castings
of India rubber ever made, and costing oach
about fifty or sixty pounds. Tho India rubber
tires take hold of the ground like an elephant's
foot. Thuy spread over hollows and stones,
and other obstructions sink into their elastic
embrace. In short, they solve tho problom ot
road steamers completely."
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26,1868
The Struggle in thc Graulte State.
All eyes are turned towards New Hamp?
shire, as the first State that will speak
through the ballot-box on the great issues
of 1868. She elects her Governor cn the
second Tuesday in March. The Radical
candidate is WALTER HARRIMAN; while the
Democrats have nominated JOHN G. SIN?
CLAIR upon a platform denouncing the Con?
gressional policy as revolutionary, urging
the exercise of justice and magnanimity
toward the South, favoring equal taxation
and public economy, opposing repudiation,
negro suffroge and sumptuary laws. At the
Gubernatorial election in 186G the Radical
majority was 4655, and in 1867 it was 3146.
As the coming election is the first of any
impor'ance of the elections of 1868, the
result is awaited with intense anxiety by
both parties. Neither money or pains have
been spared on either side to secure the
victory. The Radicals confidently insist
that they will hold their own, while the
Democratic party is equally certain that
the Radical majority will be largely reduced,
and it even hopes to carry the State. Many
will regard thc issue as settling the question
whether thc reactionary movement wTich
developed itself last autumn is still in prog?
ress, and as in some measure foreshadow?
ing the reBult of the Presidential campaign.
The revolutionary events now in progress
at Washingson will add a new and living
issue to a struggle which wa3 already suffi?
ciently close and bitter.
The New York Tribune complains that, iu
Now York, "corruption is thc rule and hon?
esty the exception," and that, throughout
the country, "millions are lost lo the rev?
enue, taxation is increased, public confi?
dence is destroyed and corruption is re?
duced to a fixed science." And, to cap the
climax, it proclaims that "herc is a chance
for Mr. JOHNSON to execute the laws !"
Under this present Congress, composed, in
great measure, of the disciples of tho Tri?
bune, Mr. J0HS8ON has about ns much con?
trol of tho Executive Department of the
government as the Emperor of China. The
public corruption is due to the Republican
party, which in controlling the nominations
of the President, reliovcs him of all respon?
sibility in relation to the conduct of the
public officials. It is a notorious fact that
all the public offices arc filled with Repub?
lican nominees. It is a fact equally noto?
rious that there was never such a corrupt
and oppressive administration of public
affairs since the time of the Roman Empe?
rors. The whole responsibility belongs to
the Republican party which has assumed all
the functions of government, legislative,
judicial and executive. The Republicans
are responsible for every instance of pecu?
lation, and every act of oppression, by any
official of the government; for every theft
of cotton and every application for bank?
ruptcy; for every deserted plantation and
every starving freedmau; for every obscene
paper at the North and every tmeute at the
South. A party which assumes every func?
tion of government must assume every re?
sponsibility of misgovernment.
Black and White.
The journals of Hayti notice with intense
indignation the articles of the New York
journals in regard to President Salnave
and his government. They assign the re?
sponsibility of these articles to "some in?
disposed parties" at Port au Prince, who
hope to bring the government iuto disre?
pute abroad. And ihey warn said "indi?
viduals" that "they will bc shortly found
out, prosecuted and punished rigorously in
accordance with the laws of the Republic."
Wc commend to Congress the wisdom
of these sable Republicans. Our Radi?
cal legislators havo decided that no re?
spectable white man shall have a voice
in the affairs of the Southern Hay ti.
Now let them, further, resolve to punish
rigorously any person who shall ven?
ture to criticise the acts of our amalga
mationist rulers. Let them plainly declare
that they will not recognize any man as
a white man, unless ho has been a traitor
to his State, or unless he has African blood
in his veins, or unless he is willing to take
an African son-in-law. They need not
hesitate on our account; we can find people
at Ihe South who will accept any terms.
OUR GERMAN FELLOW-CITIZENS will read
with interest the cab'c telegram, which we
publish this morning, stating that a treaty
has been negotiated by Mr. BANCROFT with
the North Germitn Confederation, hy which
all GrSfcaife who have resided five years
Isbhc TniH-ii Slate?, and have become
neural ?zed citizens, are exempt from the
military-duty customarily exacted of them
in their native larnl.
ASINGLIS MAW WANTS A SITUATION
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ough practice. Address JOHN THOMPSON k CO.,
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LOST. SOMEWHERE ON KING OR
Wentworth streets, a LEATHER WALLET,
euuiainltig about tH in small bills, and tome privtue
papers of no value except to tho owner. The finder
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KI.NG-STREEI.-I beg leave to inform my friends
and cuntumurH that I have removed lroui No. 2UI to
No. 3U8 KING-SI REFT, where I shall be happy to
serve Hiern with a genera) assortnicut of DRY
GUODS, at greatly reduced prices, in consequence ol
less expenses. A. W. LOYNS,
A IA Villo do Paris,
No. 308 King-street,
February 26 3 Next to the Golden Gun.
CHAS. HICKEY, GILDER, PORTRAIT
and Picture Frame Manufacturer, has removed
to No. 345 KING-.Vi'EEET, between Liberty and
George streets. 3 February 25
DR. ll. M. CLfcCKLEY,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
to HASEL STBEbT, No. 70, four or five door.
eusi ol thu Posh. Uko. Jauuary 30
J. REEVE GIBBES1
PRACTICAL ?OOK-KEEriiNO TAUGHT IN
FIFTEEN OR TWENTY LESSONS OF
?NE HOUR EACH.
THIS INSTRUCTION 18 PURELY PRACTICAL,
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ness and t.ochamcul pursuits.
Writing uud Commercial Calculations will also be
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gentlemen and youths for entering into bushiest
witn prospects of success.
SYSTEM is thc first thiug taught in my School,
and, without it, no ono ls a business man.
J. REEVE GIBBES,
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February 22 _?^"3
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per week, and ROOMS t O BANI from S 5 to $8
per month, l>y Miss PHILLIPS, No. 62 .Magazine
street, opposite Franklin-street February G
EE MO VAL -.. et ARDING.-MKS. A.
IR AC Y having removed hor Boariiug Estab?
lishment from No. 69 Oburrh-strcet to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now prepaicd to lurnish Hoard to u lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Term - mod
rate. December 14
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
JVb. 85 ll A RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROJK AND DRESS CUATS, Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vests und Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Hoots, shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Ca; pet Ba-B,
Valises, 4c. _Fobruarye
yrriLLiAM H. UILLILANO & SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. AUCTIONEERS
OFFICE No. 33 HAYNE-STREET,
nt'liii-tllhiJ' 3 ?
J7\ L. BARRE.
REA*L ESTATE, STOCE AND EXCHANGE CRO?
No. 141 East Doy,
January 1 am0
^URRAY ROBINSON, Sr.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
ROBINSON 4 CO.Orangeburg.
Several SMALL PLANTATIONS, from 350 to SCO
acres, for sale. imw Imo February 14
Commission Merolia n r.
A U C T I O N E E B ,
CORNER JACKSON AND ELLIS STREETS,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO TUE TUBL1C
thnt he is now prepared to attend to auy
AUCTION or COMMISSION BUaD?ESS which may?
be entrusted to his care, sud that he will exert him?
self to muke prompt und satisfactory returns ol uuy
business that may be confided to him. .._"_."
Consignments of REAL ESTAIT., MERCHAN?
DISE, Atc , Ac, solicited. Cotnmibsions moderate.
I.ibiral cash advauces made on consignments.
February 1 lmo _
yyiLns & cHisoLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL AT TEND TO TIIF. PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT ito Foreign and Domestic P??rts) of
COTTON, Itu E.T.UalllER AND NA V.iL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.....*. H. t'M.'S?WM
M. MARSHALL ?Si BROTHEU,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS.
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE. ?TOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?S*Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, fee., every
rFecftirtrfay. Ortober 19
ORANGE LODGE, Ato. 14, A.-. F.?. AL*
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OP TOUR
Lodge will be held at Maa Die Hall, This live?
ning, at 7? o'clock.
Memb. rn will take due notice und govern them?
By order W. M. R. S. CATHCART,
February 20 1 Secretary.
HOPE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEiND AN EXTRA M LE TING THIS EVEN?
ING (WEDNESDAY!, 20th inst., at 7 o'clock
Members will be punctual as Committe? will re?
By order. PHIL. BU'JHHEIT, JB.,
February 26 Secretary H. F. E. Co.
Y S *
ANNUAL COMMENT EBIENT
THE CHRESTOMATH1C SOCIETY,
i l/ ILL TAKE PLACE IN THE SOUTH CABOLI
VV NA College Chapel, on Friday Evening, Feb?
The nuoJic aro respectfully invited to attend.
The Exercises will commenco at haU-past 7 o'clock
P. M E. R. JEBVEY, secretary.
February 20 wt2
Uotircs tn Jnnkrtiytn).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THF,
UNITED STATES-FOR :1HE DM IRICT OF
SOUTH CAP. OLIN A-IN THE MATTER OF WIL?
LIAM B. CUf TEE. BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-To whom it may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as Assignee
ot WILLIAM B. CUTI ER, in tho District of Charle
ton and .-tate of South Carolina, within saiu District,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own
petition by tho District Court ol said District
. Dated the 26th day ol February, A. U. 1868. j
LOUIS McLAlN, Assignes.
February 20 w3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
S JUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF AARON
LORYEA, BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To
whom it may concern: 'The undersigned hereby
pives notire of his appointment as Assignee of
AARON LORYEA, in thc District of Charleston and
Stato of south Carolina, within said District, who
has been adjudged a Bani:: upt upon bis own peti?
tion by the District Court ors;.di District
Dated the 25th day of Februa. , A. D. 1868.
iOUIS McLAIN, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STA! ES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTi R OF J.
CALHOUN CAIN, BANKBUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
To whom it may concern: Thc undersigned hereby
gives notice ot' his appointment as assignee of J.
CALHOUN CAIN, in the District of Cheleston and
Stato of south Carolina, within sold District, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition
by the District Court of said District
Dated the 25th day of February, A. D. 1868.
LOUIS McLAIN, Assignee.
Februory 26 w3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOB TBE DIsTBIcT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN I HE MATIE't OF P. H.
KEclLER, BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To
whom it it ay concern: Tho undersigned hereby
gives notice oi bis appointment as As-ignoo of P. H.
KEGLEB, in tie District of Charleston and State of
South Carolina, within said District who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by the
District Court of said District.
Dated the 25th day of February, A. D 1868.
LOUIS McLAIN, Assignee.
February 26 ?_w8
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLISA-IN THE MATTER OF JO?
SEPH R. ROBERTSON. BANKBUPT-IN BANK
BUPTCi-TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEBN.-The
undersigned he. eby gives notice of his appointment
as assignee of JOSEPH lt. ROBERTSON, in the Dis?
trict of Charleston and Stato ol South Carolina,
within said District who has been adjudged a Bank?
rupt upon his own petition by the District Court of
Dated tho 18th day ot February, A. D. 1868.
LOUIS Mut A IN. Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT I Ol'RT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR J H li CISTBICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JA?
COB MEYER, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A PETITION
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE lern DAY OF FEBfcUABY, A. D.
1808, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY_This ls
to givo not'ee that on the thirteenth day of February,
A. D. 18t<8. a Warra-.t in Bankruptcy was issued
against tho Estato of JA? OB MEY. R, of Char.es
loii, in thu District of Ciuuiestou und State
of -Sou.h Carolina, who has beuu adjudged a
Bankrupt ou his own petition; that the pay
mont of any deb's and delivery ot any pro?
perty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for
his uso, aud thc tt anster of uny property by him
arc forbidden by law; that a nioeting of the creditors
uf thc said Bankrupt, to provo their debts and to
choose one or more assignees of his Estate, will be
held at a t ourt of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at No.
59 Broad-street Charlestun, S. C., bet-re R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Registrar, oa the tevnth day of March, A. D.
1808, at 10 o'clock A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United Stans Mar-hal as Messenger.
Fobruary 19 w2
IN Tllafi DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TU li MATTER OF
CHARLES S. PACK, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PEI ITlO.s FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAi FILED ON I til 6TH DA Y OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1808, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
1 his is to givo notice that ou thu thirteenth day of
February, A. D 1808, a rt arrant in Bankruptey.uas
issued against tho istate of CHARLEa 8. PACK, of
sal tor's uepot, in thc District of Williamsburg, and
Stute of South Carolina, who hus been adjudged a
Bankrupt on bis own petition; th*t tho payment
of any debts und delivery of any property belong
iug to said Bankrupt, to him or for his usc, and
thc transter of any property by him, are forbidden
hy law; that a meeting of the creditors of tho said
Bankrupt, to provo their debts, and to choose one
or more assigners of his Estate, will bu held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be boldon at No. 69 Broad
street, Charl'sion. S. C., before lt. B. CARPENTER,
Kc, ist rar, on tau seventh duy oj March, A.D. 1S08,
at ll o'clock, A. AL J. P. M. EPPING,
United Slates Marshal as Mosseugcr.
February 39 w2
H Alt LEXTON HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CB ARGE
of tho above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
forms his friend? and thc travelling public that it
has boen REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. Tho table will at all time- bo supplied
with THE BEST TH li MARKET ATFORi S, includ?
ing every delicacy in season, while the '-ulniue will
bc unexceptionable. 'I he Bath Rooms attached to
thc Hotol arc supplied willi the celebrated Artesian
Water, and Hoi', COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
bc obtained at any time. The same attention will
be paid to the comfort of the guests as heretofore
and travellers eau rely upon finding tho Chariest ? >.
Hotel equal to auy in tho United otates. The pati .
ge of thc travcUIug public is respectfully solici I I'.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent
January 6 2mo Proprieto .
?J^ E XV Y O R IC ll O T IC L,
A'o. 7 l! 1 UR OA JJ WA Y,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. HILDEETH di CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRsT-CLAS3
HOTEL, as popularly known in funner times
under the management oi j. B. MO SNOT, E^q., and
more recently under tl.ut of HIRAM CRANSTON A:
C ., is now undci thu proprietorship of :.:essrs. D
M. H LLD RE I" H A: T. B. ROCKWAY, uuer Hie firm of
D. M. Ul LD RET H & CO.
Tho senior partner from bis long experience as a
proprietor of Un; Veranda, St. t u.its and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself ? hat ho cuu
assure his fr.cuds and he public generally, f at its
former world-wide reputation as a popular flrit-i lass
Hotei, shall bo fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* Fcbrii-ir,-13
S \V A N D A L E .
PItOPBIETOIt OF THE
SI A N S I O N HOUSE,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
A M 12 S II O T K I.
rt'M. A. HURI?.Of New Orleans
rt', f. CORKERY. .Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
telegraph and Railroad Offices ia Rotunda of Hotel,
L L I A M IRVIN,
PP.OPItlETOB OF THE
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
LtS3LE AND MANAOEB. ... JNO. TEMPLETON.
GRAND GALA NIGHTS!
AN UNUSUAL ATTRACTION!
MISS BB ADDON'S LAVT G BEAT STORY-TBE
1 SENS AITON OF THE DAY !
With thc distinguished Artistes
MB. AND MBS. H. WATKINS!
WEDNESDA Y EVENING, FEBR UARY2G.
'ibo Great Sensation,
NOBODY'S DAUGHTER !
BOX OFFICE OPEN.
,93-S [REST CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-?
PRICES AS USUAL.
Doors open at 7 o'clock.Begin at 1% o'clock
IL LI ARDS! BILLIARDS! BIL?
N. FEHRENBACH . HAS OPENED THE BIL?
LIA TD SALOON CORNER OF MEETING AND
QUEEN ST REE 18. opposite the Mills House,
lho Hall has been refitted and refurnished in every
part ?miar, and Mr. FEHHENBAJH has secured
FOUR ELK GANT SATIN WOOD TABLES irom the
kno'vn manufaoory of Air. W. J. Sharp, l.ew York.
Mr. N. FEHRENBACH willdevcte his entire atten?
tion to this Establishment, and his brother. Mr.
HE R Al AN F EH lt EN BACH, wiU superintend No. 6
BRO VD-sTHEET.__w_February 20
^DOER BILLIARD SALOON,
C03NEB OF KLNG AND MABKET STBEETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATELJ
chanced hands, and is newly refitted and supplied
with the best of
LIQUORS AND SKGAKS,
Freshly imported from New York.
Di consideration of turd tarnee the price for luxu?
ries will bo reduced.
Amateurs of the pam?.! of Billiards are respectfully
invited to visit the Saloon. January 17
?. I BUSSELL & CO., ;
OVER MES RS. JNO. F. TAILOR & CO.'S MA?
CHINE SHOP, Fri tell trd-street, near the corner o?
No. 5 HAYN E-S ITiEl. t LP STAIRS. NEXT DOOR
to Messrs. Geo. W. Williams & Co., Merchants and
HAVE IN STORE FOR SALE EOW FOR CASH:
1,000 pairs WIND.W SASHES, glazed, all sues
1,000 pairs Window Elinds, all sizes
600 pairs Panel ^bullets, all sizes
1.C00 Doors, all sizes
103,000 feet Mouldings ol all kinds and sizes
Stair Newels, Bnlhtstera and Rail, and Building
31ve us a call; yo t will fiud the BEST WORK and
tho LOWEST PR1C1 s in thip eily.
January 1 wlmQmos
MARULE MANTELS, MOISU
MENTS. HEADSTONES, ?kc.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARDLE MANTELS
constantly on han I at KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 5i i nul avenue, uear Third-streot, New
York. Call incl examine tie'.ore buying elsewhere.
February :i Cm o
AT REDCICJbiD PRICES.
RE SUBSCRIBER^ ll AVE ERECTED A LIME
KILN cn the site ot the old Cannonsboro'
Mill, n>xt Ssvanuali . ni tend Wharf, and would bo
hippy to suppiy their tt;rnd3 and customers with
LIME burnt lrotu tim best rock impertid from
Rockland und liockport (M one), at the following low
Lime per barrel (cxelusivt of barrel)
from the kiln.$1.25 per bbl.
Limo per barr I twlth t-arre ) from
thc kiln.$1.50 per bbl.
limo per barro!, irom ot? re on Ven?
due Rango.$1.75 per bbL
The Limo is w irnnle J to be equal to any lu port
ii from Minno.
Terms cash. OLNEY & CO.,
Nos. ll, ll and 13 Vendue Range,
Fobruaryl And Foot MIH-street
l\C?C? B?SH?LS EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
t)\J\J it is warranted genuiuo nnd of finest
q uality. Apply to
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON & CO.,
North Atlantic Wharf,
February 7 fniw2tno
EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED,"
CROP OF 1807.
f\ BUSHELS OL' TUE ORIGINAL AND
aO\J GENUINE "EXChLSIOH" COLTON
SEED, 'ro:u the Plant .tina ol' A. Kues, Esq., :or
:aurly Cutter ii Knox, Chi isl Church P.iris?.
For sale only by WM. GURNEY,
February U fmwG No. 102 East Bay.
?AIMS F?ll EARME1?S AND
THE GRATTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
are now msnnlkciuriug the best, cheapest and
uost durable Paint iu ust; two coats, wtll put on
:nixed with pure Linseed Ott, will last lu or 16 years;
t id of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color!
md can oe changed to green, lead, stone, drab,'
ilivo or cream, to suit the taste ot the consumer!
It is valuable lor Houses, Burns, Fences, Corr?ase
md Car-mukers, Patin au? I Woodeuware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Doab), Vessels and bhip's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shincle Roofs (it being fire
ind water prool), Floor Oil Cloths (ono manufacturer
laving used 5i.00 bbls. the past year), and, as a
;paiut tor any purpose, w unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhc?vcncss. Price $0 per
obi. of 300 Ins., which will supply a farmer for years
:o come. \\ arranttd in all cases as above. Send for
i circular which five.- full particulars. None penuine
unless brandod in a trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint
HOLMES k CALDER, Accuts,
December 13 fniwGino Meeting-street
PLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
-pLANTERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVAN?
TAGE to try the fine variety of PLOUGHS mad in
BROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL.
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE END HALF SHOVEL
BULL TONGUES, Etc.
These Ploughs are cheaper than auy other now offer?
ed to tho market, ant. have given general satisfaction
to oil who have used them.
THREE CLAsSES OF CORN MILLS
Made to suit the prei eut reduced purses of thc plant?
er.-, and CASTINGS of all description to order.
A liberal discount made to thc frade.
W. S. HENEREY'? FOUNDRY,
No. 314 Mcetitig-street,
February 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
ALES ANO PORT. RS,
OF RECENT DIRECT IMPORTATION, AV AND
OUT OF BOND.
IN STORE t
~ CA^18W8')'ALLSOP,h? E. J. ALE, IN PINTS
~ "* J. Ale. In pints (glassi
- casks Jeffreys" Sparkling Ale, in pints (stone).
IN BOND i
eft^fS.'^J??'^" ALE- !N PINTS (GLASS)
CMglM J7388 Bwwn Stout, pinta and quarts
- ^g^yass' ? Stout Porter, pinto and quarto
_ casks ''Findlatery' Porter, pints (class!
- casks ?'Baa-' " Ale, pints, (gUael
-casks "Knox& Son's" Ale, pinta (Btone)i
For sale, at as reasonable ?ricos as any inarki in
the United States, by y nsr?6t m
JAMES BANCROFT Jn
No. 96 East Bay, comer Accommodation Whnrf
FLOUR, CORN AND COFFEE.
[fifi BABBRI'S EXTRA FLOUR
L VU 260 cage Mixed and "White Tennessee Corn
34 bags primo Rio Coffee.
For ede by j. N. ROBSON,
February 26 1 o Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
1 / \ QUARTER CASKS i30 GALLONS) "J. B.
30 cases Claret
10 cases flue Sautorne.
For sale by MO I TET, HUCHET & CO.,
February 19 wrm6 No. 4 Adger's Wharf.
XT ALBANY 4^
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
agents for the sale of the above celebrated
ALE, which will be delivered free of drayage to any
point In Charleston. They will bo in receipt weskly
of a full and treah supply.
JOHN F. O'NEILL & SON.
January 2* lmwamos No. 167 East Bay
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
IMPORTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bettles, in hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And tor sale low by
CLAC1US b WITTE,
January 19 3moa No. 86 East Bay.
91 U Ii K A I,
No. 145 EAST BAY,
MANUFACTURERS'AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
ALL GRADES OF
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
A large assortment always on hand-whole, half,
and quarter boxes, at prices var; lng from 80 cents to
$126 jp? pound. Smoking Tooacco in barrels of 100
pounds each, from 20 cents to 40c. per pound. Genu?
ine Durham Smoking Tobacco, 60 cents per pound,
Orders solicited. Terms cash.
January 6 mwflyr
Progs, C^mirds, (?fr.
J-^RUGS AND MEDICINES.
JOST BECETVXS BY
E. H. KFi.LEBS & CO.
H08TETTER'S, HOOFLAND'S AND COLLETON
Ayer's, Jnynea' Wright's, Radway'e, Cephalic,
Beckwith.'? Holloway's, i-anford'a and Brandreth'a
Gray's, Holloway's, Dalley'*, McAlisters', Bus
slan, David's and forehead's Ointment
Hegeman'a Ferrated Bark and Cod Liver Oil and
Benzin?, Burnett's Cod Liver O?, Ayer's Sarsapa?
rilla, Cherry Pectoral and Ague Cure, tc. bc.
Country orders solicited, and will meet with
E. H. KELLERS b CO.,
February 17 mwf No. 131 .meeting-street.
J-^RUGS AND S1ED1CINES,
FRESH BY EVERY STEAMER.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DRUGGISTS
Always jn hand a large assortment of DRUGS.
PAT".?;* MEDICINES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY and
Physician')' orders filled promptly, and at the low?
est market rates.
E. H KELLERS, M. D. H. BAKE, M D.
February 16 mwf
RUSSELL'S BOOK STORK.
WEEKLY LISI OF
BAKER-The Nilo Tributaries of Abyssinia, and
the Sword Hunters of tho Hamran Arabs. By Sir
Samuel W. Baker, with illustrations. 1 vol., 6 vo. $8.
AGASSIZ; a Journey iu Brazil. B; Professor and
Mrs. Louis Agassiz, with 20 illus;ration?. 1 vol.,
QUEEN VICTORIA-Leaves from the Journal of
our Life in the Highlands from 1813 to 1861, to which
are prefixed and added Extracts from the sams jour?
nal giving an account of Earlier Visits to Scot.and
and Towns in England and Ireland, and Yachting
Excursions. 1 vol., 12 mo. $1.76.
MOTLEY; a History o? tho United Netherlands
(Vol. 3), from the Assassination of Henry IL to tko
Conferences at Gertruydonbcrg, 1690-1600. by Joh?
Lathrop Motley, author of "Rise of the Dutch Re?
public." 1 vol., 8 vo. $3 50.
DOCHAULU-Stories of the Gorilla Ocuntry,
narrated for young people. By P. B. DuObeiUa.
lvol., 12 mo. $1.75.
PENDERGRAST-Tho Cromwellian Settlement of
Ireland, with 3 Maps. 1 vol., 12 mo. $L*0.
HOGG-The MicroBcopo, its history, construction
and application, being a ianiiliar introduction to the
use ol the instrument and the study ot microscopical
science, with SuO engravings and colored illustra?
tions. By J abez Hogg. 6th edition. 1 voL $3.60.
TIMBS; ii History of Wouderlui Inventions, irom
tho Mariner's Ccmpass to the Electric Telegraph,
iilustraiuJ 1 voL or vo. ?2.60.
STRICKLAND-Liv ) of ihu Queens of Englanu
from tho Norman C. iiiest. By Agnes stTicklane..
Abiidgrd by the aut .. .-. 1 voL, 12 mo. $2.
NEW NOVE i.S-Playing tor High stales, by Annie
Tbomae, 25 eta. Guild Court, a London btorv, by
Geoige Macdonald, GO cts. Tho Brother's Bet, by
Emilie Carleu, 25 rta. The Huguenot Family, by
Sarah Tyler, S.1.G0. Maud's Progress, by author of
Auut Margaret's Trouble, 60 CM. Tho Waterdale
Neighbors, bv author of Paul Massie, CO cts. stone
Edge, 26 els. birds of Prey, by M. E. Braddon, <5
cte. Circe, or Three Acts m tho Life of an Artist, by
White, CO eta. The Cinatc's Liecipline, by Mrs. Eli
vart, 50 cts. Old Sir Douglas, by Hou. Mrs. Norton,
75 cts. Elia or Spain Iii ty Years Ago, oy Caballero.
$1.70. A Stormy Life, by Lauy Georgianna Fuuer
ton, $2. Count Mirabeau, an historical novel, by
Theodore Mundt, $1.60. Napoleon and Blucner, by
Louisa Mulbacli, S1.50. Napoleon and the Queen ci
Prussia, by Louisa M?lbach, $1.60. Tho Empresa
Josephine, by Louisa M?lbach, $L60. Fairy s>to?ea
for Little Cbildren, by Mrs. Com.ort, SL HomeFairy
Tales, translated from the French of Jean Mace.
$1.7fi. february 5
rjUlIC NEW YORK
LIFE INSURANCE COME ANT.
1868, JANUARY 1, ASSETS.$9,150,753
INCOME PAST YEAR.3,591.390
I TEREST ON INVESTMENT.487,339
LOSSES BY DEATH.560,288
DIVISIBLE SURPLU i.1,042,430
ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS, in proportion to,
and increasing with, the tige ot thc policy, ror fur?
ther particulars, apply to _"_
AGENT F IB SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 17 mwiltno No. 54 Broad-ttreet.
T ON DON AND LANCASHIRE.
EI?E INS CHANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON,
THIS POPULAR AND RELIABLE COMPANY
continues to take FIRE RiaKS ON BUILDS OS,
Merchandise, Household Furniture, Cotton, vessels
iu Port, A-c, ?e., ?c. ,
Losses promptly adjusted .md PAID lIEKt.
* A. S JOHNSTON, Agent,
>o. 41 H*} ne-sireet.
J L HONOUR. sub-Agent
No. 8 RroaJ-streeL
JOHN H. HONOUR. Ef-q.. lat? President of ?he
Charleston Insurance and J rust Company, can be
triends and old customers. m?nma
February 10 Bivmmu