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"N" K "W S SUMMARY.
-Gold closed in New York on Saturday at
-Cotton closed a shade firmer, with sales of
4000 bales, at 22e22j eta. for Middling.
-In Liverpool on Saturday cotton closed
heavy with sales of 7000 bales. Prices un?
-The Hon. George Loyall, a venerable citi?
zen of Norfolk, died on Monday, aged 79 years.
-Indiana punishes miscegenation with $5000
fine and imprisonment.
-A newspaper, with the title of "Repudia?
tion," has actually been started in St. Louis.
-One of the hotels so quickly put up at ?
Pithole during the oil excitement cost $80,000.
It has lately been sold for $5000.
-Ex-President Pierce says the Democrats of
New Hampshire have been strengthened by
the torn things have taken at Washington.
-Mr. William Young's new evening pj.per in
New York, from which great things are expect?
ed, will be called Every Afternoon.
-Mrs. Fanny Eemble will begin a series of
readings in New York next Monday. She will
read first "Coriolanus," "Midsummer Night's
Dream," "The Tempest," and "King Lear."
-The Hebrew Messenger states that there
are in New York oity seventy thousand He?
brews, or more than one-fifteenth of the entire
-A brother of Owen Lovejoy is stumping
Now Hampshire in behalf of the Democrats.
So are John Quincy Adams and Parker Pills
-The gross receipts of six theatres in New
Orleans for the year 1867, as reported to the
Internal Revenue Department, amounted to
$422,894, estimated in greenbacks.
-Daring the recent cold weather, a man and
bis horse, travelling iu Southern Louisiana,
v ere frozen to death, an uncommon occurrence
so far South.
-A process has been invented by which
scraps of leather are worked over into largo
aaeo ts, so that the new article is as good as the
piece from which the scraps came.
-Wm. Wright Parker was hung in Wilming?
ton, N. C., on Friday last for the murder of
Wm. Cbildrees. He made a full confession of
-Sickles has left New Hampshire in disgust
and gone to Connecticut. The Radicals in New
Hampshire could not afford to pay bim the
high price be asked for bis services.
-Governor Yance, of North Carolina, has
received the nomination as the Conservative
candidate for Governor of that State, and Col
E. D. Hall, of Wilmington, for Lieutenant-Gov?
-The Jacksonville East Floridian welcomes
the arrival in that city of a number of men
from Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, who
came there to settle in the country and go to
-A letter from Hon. J. G. Sinclair, Demo?
cratic nominee for Governor of New Hamp?
shire, contains this sentence: "Everything
looks well, and we oro sure of the State by
more than two thousand."
-The Monroe (La.). Telegraph says the
boats from Arkansas corre down piled up with
cotton as long as it will stay on. It was com?
ing down at the rate of five thousands bales
-Lr New York a plan baa been broached to
receive quotations of the labor market from all
the prominent points of the West, so that emi?
grants may ba sent at once to the points where
their servicer will be most in demand.
-General 'Robert E. Lee, who has steadily
refused to write a book on the late war, has
jost completed the manuscript of bis long
meditated memoirs of hie father, commonly
called "Light-Horse Harry."
-The Boston Traveller says, "The demand
for boots and shoes is not large, bat orders
are constantly coming from the South and
West, and there is a prospect of a fair season's
-The Tallahassee Sentinel Book, Job and
Newspaper Printing establishment is offered
for sale at a prioe less than one half the amount
of the gross earnings of the office, during
either one of the past two years.
-The Louisville Board of Trade have adopt?
ed resolutions urging Congress to give prompt?
ly the aid sought for by the commissioners of
the levee board of Mississippi, in order that
the alluvial lands of the river valley may be
-Capt. M. F. Maury, the distinguished as?
tronomer and mathematician, formerly of tho
United States Navy, and subsequently in the
Confederate service, will return from bis long
exile during the approaching summer, to ac?
cept a position in the Virginia Military Insti?
-General Meade has issued an order to the
effect that the charges against Mayor Anderson
and the Oity Counoil of Savannah, not having
been proven before tho Military Commission
appointed to investigate the alleged mal-ad
jxdnistration, the case be dismissed for want of
-The New York correspondent of tho Phila?
delphia Ledger says: "The spring tradj is bo
ginning to open, but it is hindered by the poli?
tical excitement at Washington. Many West
em and Southwestern merchants are m town, ?
but their purchases thus far have been made
rather sparingly, 'from hand to mouth,' in .
-People in some parts of the United States I
build their houses in .such a way as to admit 1
of their being moved about from place to place. (
Thus it is stated that a "house on runners" ,
passed through Grand Rapids, Michigan, a few J
days since, in which wa a a stove, a tablo, a bed,
and other necessary articles of furniture, thc
boase affording accommodations to a family
who were bound for a point one honored miles
north in the pine woods region of that State.
-The Richmond Whig announces the pres- '
ence in that city of agents from Switzerland '
and Holland, having in view the introduction i
into Virginia of large colonies of land buyers i
and laborers from those countries. General
Xmboden, one of the Virginia immigration r
agents, has information from his partner in .
New York that be expects to Bend one thousand 1
land buyers to Virginia in the months of March B
and April. The Lynchburg Republican states 0
that at the office of the Piedmont Land Agency s
jn that city four hundred applications by letter v
Lave beeii received from Northern gentlemen
who desire to purchase lands in that section.
-The latest novels, published and to be pub?
lished, in London, are "Stung to thoQuiok,''
by Mrs. G. Linnseus Banks; "Proved in the
Fite," by William Duthrie; "Tho Dear Ghi," bj
Porcy Fitzger dd; "Sink or Swim," by the :ui
thor ot' "Recommended to Mercy;" "The G Tr?
emor's Daughter," by Henry Sutherland Ed?
wards; "The Pretty Wiaow," by C. H. B0&3;
.The Connells of Castle Connell," by Janot
Gordon; "Dora," by Julia Kavanaugh; "Alice
Gromo," anonymously published by Chapman
&Hall; *A Sister's Story," by Mrs. Augustus
Craven; and "After Life," by tho author of
"Amy Herbert." We have selected only the
most prominent in a list three times as long as
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1868.
The New York Times commends General
GRANT as the one great man who has baen
steadily rising in public confidence, while
others have successively failed upon trial.
He has been, says the Times, in a position
of great delicacy and embarrassment, where
a step in any direotion was certain to ofiend
somebody; and yet he has displayed great
wisdom, % spoaking just what he ought to
speak, and doing just what he ought to do.
This is the gist of the article in which the
Times magnifies General GRANT. NOW, the
fact is that the military chieftain's weak?
ness is his greatness. He has no political
principle, but that of the famous Vicjvr of
Bray-fidelity to the main chance. Ile is
willing to be a Dictator of ten States, and
Presidential candidate at the same time.
Like Louis NAPOLEON, he is ready to go
through the fa ." of un election, witt,
every ballot-box served by his creatures
and surrounded by the bayonets ol' his
guards. He has already put himself into
the hands of the most dexterous and un?
scrupulous political manipulators, and JOS
already lowered the honor of his profession
by betraying tho confidence of the Presi?
dent. His sympathie: are all on what
seems to be the winning side; When events
are doubtful, he has nothing to say, but
prefers to imoke. He has "horse sense"
knows the public crib, and rather likes it.
We might have a worse President than
General GRANT ;-and, even in this ebb tide
of statesmanship, the Democrats might find
us a better-one who forgot self in his holy
and great affection for our poor country.
We fancy that the American "nation" are
not altogether pleased at seeing their most
distinguished General adopt ruses for po?
litical sucoess. Even BUTLER laughs. In
contending against the BLAINE proviso
which, in conformity with a suggestion of j
GRANT, limited the army appointments to
West Point graduates, the General of spoon
fame remarked in a meek heroic style : "In
"good times, with good men, precedents are
"set, of which bad men, in bad times, al way s
"take advantage; and when we have a Gen
"eral at the head of the army in whom
"everybody seems to have confidence"
here hejpaused an instant, looked around
the House so as to command attention,
bowed profoundly, and in the most mock?
ing manner imaginable, added-"except
"those who have not; and if we defer our
"opinions tonis, we set a precedent that may
"be fatal to the liberties of the country."
The House burst into laughter, of course.
The jest was biting. And it had truth
in it !
Coolie Immigration and Apprenticeship.
We need some Chinamen at the South
This race can perform a certain kind of
work for which the Africans exhibit no ap?
titude. They can be of very great servioe
in the manufactories which these States
must erect ero long. While thc physique of
the Chinese coolies prevents their compe
ting with the more athletic negro in the
heavy work of the plantations, the Cubans
find them to be superior in all those me?
chanical employments which require quick
ness of motion, dexterity and skill of man?
ipulation, and patient persistence in labor.
On this account the Chinese servants are
being rapidly imported into Cuba, and it is
stated that the demand is so far from being
satisfied that a million of Chinamen could
at once find eager employers among the
Spaniards and Creoles.
To too large an extent the labor of our
State is agricultural. There is plenty of
dusky strongth to sway the axe, the hoe,
the sickle and the handles of :he shining J ?
share. And the German immigration into
our Western and Northwestern districts is
chiefly of thc same class. To make thc
State independent and prosperous thc pro?
ducts of the fields and the' metallic riches
of the earth below must be gathered by a
nimbler industry and turned over and over.
Here the coolie would distinguish himself.
The term of service for which these arti-.}
Bans are enlisted is eight year*. They are
kept in a state of submission under the
employer, are treated strictly and held to
hard labor. They are freemen only in
name. They would be better treated and
better provided for among us;, and it is to
be presumed, would work even better than
they do in Cuba, if we could introduce
them into the South, we might not unrea?
sonably expect from their skilled, cheap
industry the introductiou of the tea cul?
ture, the improvement of the sorghum cul?
ture, and the better preparation of cotton
pams and fabrics, of the refined sugars, of
;anned fruits, ginger and pickles, and of
tobacco in cigars, in snuffs, in plugs, etc
for thc markets of the outer world. John
Chinaman is not ornamental certainly. But,
is certainly, he car. be made very useful at
This is the cry iu the plethoric North,
ind the capitalists do not pause to consider
hat there is no security more secure, or
nore likely to be profitable, than Southern
Thousands of acrc9 of land in the South
ire now overrun with weeds, but the cause
s wont of money not deterioration of the
oil. The planters could no!, borrow money
ifter the war at any other than an enor
QOUS interest; their crops have, upon the
rhole, been unfortunate; they are now com-1
polled culler to sell out lo the highst bid?
der or to allow the greater par' of their
domain to lie untilled and unproductive.
Liabilities which eight years ago could have
been liquidated without inconvenience are
now driving men to bankruptcy, and prop?
erty is now being sold under the hammer
for one-tenth of what it would have brought
in the days before the war.
This is the most favorable time for the
investment of capital in the purchase of
Southern farms, which with little outlay
will return a handsome income. Capital
will increase the value of land. Immigra?
tion aud the development of manufacturing
industry will follow capital. Prices will
rapidly rise. Trade will take a new start.
Credit will be re-established. The hardy
capitalist will, in the meanwhile, have re?
ceived a trebling or quadrupling of the
money that he invested when hopes were
dull and there was no competition in the
THE PBESI: .SI cf the Blue Ridge Rail?
road, Col. J. \\. HAEEISON, has published
circulars is which he explains the position
j of that important enterprise, and appeals
I to landholders along the line of the road to
subscribe land in exchange for capital
stock. This, it is hoped, will enable the
directors to use the lands as the basis of a
mortgage for the purpose of raising money
to complete the road.
FOB CHARLESTON the most important j
work to be done is the completion of the
Macon and Augusta Railroad. This work
must be pushed forward so as to be open by
next Fall. Without it, the trade of Char?
leston will be comparatively small ; with it,
the trade of Charleston will be large and
THE GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA Railroad
is now doing a business of about 3000 bales
of cotton a week. This is an improvement.
TO Kt.M'.-THE FINESTOlOAirHi;
Southwest comer of MeeUug and Market-streets,
tao best staii? in the city lor a giocery or restaurant.
Also, the store adjoining on the south, these will
be rented together ii desired. Apply io
February 17 mw Vanderhom Wharf.
rpo UK?T.-PAKT OF A HOLSL
J. KITCHEN, Ac, near the Battery, party fur?
nished if neeu<:d. Apply at No. b MEETLNQ
ST'UEET, between ten and two o'ciook.
Feoruai y 10 ? m th
To Ki. NT, I AI A ??ul VATE; FA mu. Y, A
SUIT OE VEltY PLEASANT AND UEsiK
AULE Koo J. S, with servants and kitchen accom?
modation li required. Kent very moderate, and
location one of tue most convenient and agreeable in
the eiiy. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
February aa a*
IM? KENT, THAT I'L KA S ANT LOCA
. TED House in Hanover-?treet. No. 21. un the
pi ?mises are a good weh and cistern, also a pre: ty
?aiden. For terms, apply to
JOHN H. SCHMIDT.
Foot ol Bee-street, South side.
rr?0 HEN T, PAKT OF THE HUI >il NO.
J. 123 Queen-street, wiih use of Kitchen il re?
quired. Apply at THIS Or FICE.
February 2d 8*
fpo KENT, A COMFOKTABEE HOUSE,
JL No. 4 aiury street- Also, A STOKE AND
LtU L" St, Nu. 10 Arch J ulc-a tree t. Apply to
February 25 Corner King and John streets.
rpo. KENT, THE I* KEJUDE s AT TUE
J_ northwest corner of Heid ana Meeting streets.
iHiply ?t No. SI lillie AJj-.<i'>' jg L._Jmuiiy 2M
?MHI KENT, PAKT OE A DELIGHT?
FULLY .SITUATED MANSION, tu tho south?
western pordonoi the city, cousistiugof a suite ol
three or four spacious rooms on tho hist floor, with
kitchen and servants' apartments. Terms moue
rate. Address "A," Daily News Office,
i, o vow uei 19
Jost anb ?iuib.
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES. I
CHABXXSTON, S. C., March 2,1868. j
PARTIES LOSING SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, AT
the caro,ina null on the night of the 25th Fob
uary, will p.ease call at tans anice, prove property,
ind pay expenses, aa some ol tue above articles
lave ueen recovered.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st. Lieut, and Chief of Detectives.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 29,1868. j
RECO Vr.ltLU AND BR?UUHT TO THIS OFFxCE
one sliver OobleL Parues losing the same win
ncaa? call, prove property ana pay expenses.
H. VV. HENDKICKS,.
February 29 1st Lieut and Chief of Detectives.
LOST. SOMEWHERE ON KINO OR
Wentworth streets, a LEATHER WALLET,
;umainiug about )>8 in tunah bibb, and some private
jupt-rs of no value except io the owner. The Under
iviu comer a lavor, and may keop the money. If he
?v?l leave the papers addressed to "J. M." at the
JJfFIOK oF THE DALLY NEWS. February 16
PRIVATE BOARDING FBOM 66 TU SS
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jer month, by Miss PHILLIPS, No. 62 Magazin e
itreet, opposite Franklin-street -February 6
REMOVAL - - ?a \ 11DIN ti.-MKS. A.
TKACY having removed her Boarding Estah
laiunent from No. 59 church-street to No. 79 liROAD
31 KELT, is now pi epai ed to mruiflh Board to a Uni?
ted number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms mod
rate. December 14
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Iff AN TED, BY A YOUNG LAU Y I IV
T T reduced circumstances, a sltuotion aa GOV?
ERNESS tor small children, or as companion lor au
invalid. She is whim g to assist in tewing or house?
keeping, and has no objection to leave the city. Sal?
ary is not to much an object as a good horrie. The
best reierences giveu und required. Address M. M.,
care or P. o. Box No. 277, Charleston, H. ?.
AGENTS WANTED.-NOW READY
EOE CANVASSERS, THE WAR BETWEEN
1 HE STATES'; its Causes, Character, Conduct and
Results. By Hon! ALEXANDER IL STEPHENS.
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Mo._ SmoB February 17
WANTED, BY A SOUTHERN LADY,
who has had several years' exporieure in
teaching, a SITUATION as Teacher in tome private
family in the city ot country. Will teach the u?ual
EngUsh branches; also, Music and French. Best
references can bo given. Address Mies W., Box No.
252, Petersburg, Va. Imo* February 17
WANTED, A PEW GOOD AGENTS FOB
our Publications, including some of the most
popular and saleable Books aud Engravings publish?
ed. BRADLEY i CO., Publisher*, No. Cd Noith
? ourth-B jreet, Philadelphia.
February lg _ Imo*
WANTED, OLD BOOKS.-TWO COPIES
of the fauowing buok or tract: "JOURNAL
OF MAJOR GEOBGE WASHINGTON, sent by Hon.
ii. Dinwiddle, ic, ic, to the Commandant of the
French I orces in Ohio," ic, printed in Williamsburg,
Vs., 1764. Twenty-five dollars will to pa d for each
copy in good order. Wanted, also, any Books relat?
ing to "Washington" published botore 182U; Burk's
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February 13 Imo*
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can teach ah the English Branches usually taught in
Southern Institutions; also Music, and thc Rudi?
ments ol French, and is capable of preparing youug
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Address, stating salary, Miss "A. J. C.," Wilming?
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HEN HANCKSL i CO., No. 46 .East Bay
ELEVEN MULES for sale low. 3 March 2
T?OR SALI., STEAM ENGINE nND
JJ BOLLES, twenty-five horse power, with Saw
and Grist Mill attached, all in good order. Apply to
E. L. BARRE,
February 5 wfmlmo No. 141 Last Bay.
FOR SALE STERN WHEEL ST LAM EU
"HARD TIMES." Length 159 feet; breadth ol
beam 30 feet; depth of hold 6 feet; width of
guards 3 feet; draught when light 10 luches;
capacity 420 tons. This Steamer was built
in 1864, and bas recently been thoroughly over?
hauled ana put in complete order. Her enginos
and boilers are of first c?as?, and of 180 horse power;
has 16 state rooms, besides cleik's o n ce, ic, and ia
thoroughly fitted up - with kitchen, pantry, s tore
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For further particulars, and for terms, which will
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February 29 10 No. 20 Broad-street
FOR SALE, THAT (THREE STORIES)
EAST TENEMENT HOUSE on north sido Trodd
street known as No. 98,' and Lot Le t measuring
th ti ty (SO) feet front and two hundred and seventy
five (276) ieee deep, more or less. Apply to Mr. G.
W. DINGLE, No. 61 Broad-street.
February 8 s
FOR SALE,VALUABLE BUILDING LOT
on Rutledge Avenue. Lot 82 by 216. By
E. L. BARRE,
February 3_Imo_No. HI Ea t Bay.
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPX and JOB MATERIAL
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able, and ca*b. Also, a flue HAND PBE-<S, price $250;
an Adams' Power Press, price $1500; and u Card
Press, price $100. Apply to F. O. DEFONTAINE,
Columbia, S. C. December 7
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SHRH & MCGILLIVRAY, REAL ESTATE BRO?
KERS. Auctioneer and Commission Agents,
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of their old stand, whero they have extensive accom?
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dise, ic. Maroh 2
EEMOVAL.-JNO. RUGHRIMER HAS
removod his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
iromNo. 60 ANSON-STBEET to No. 141 KING
STREET, a few doors north of Queen.
February 28 fmwlmo
DR. H. M. ULECKLEY,
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to HA SEL STREET) No. 70, four or five doors
east of the Postoffice. January 30
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THU REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING V7ILL BE
held ot 7 o'clock This Evening. Members ara
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is to be brought before tv o meeting.
By ord ir of the President
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CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY NO. lr
ATTEND THE REGULAR MEETING OF YOUR
Company TAI?. (Monday) Evening, March 2d,
1868, at t}t o'clock.
By order. WM. D. DAVIS,
Marci, 2 1 Secretary.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
PUNCTUALLY ATTEND THE BEGULAB
Monthly Meeting of the Company, at the Hall,
This (MonJay) Evening. March 2d, 1S68, at half-past '
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Marcia 2 1 Secretary.
SOLOMON'S LODGE No. 1, A. F. M.
THE BEGULAB MONTHLY COMMUNICATION
ol' too Lodge will bo holden at Masonic Hall
This (Monday) Evening, 2d instant, at half-past aoven
o'clock. Members and Candidates will he punctual.
By ord.r of W. M. H. J. McCOBMACK,
Man h 2 . *1 Secretary.
Mim in Baithruptii).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED 8TATES-FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF IS?
RAEL OTTOLENGUI, BAN ERUPT-BY WHOM
A PETITION FOB ADJUDICA HON OF BANKBUPT
CY WAS FILED ON THE HTB'DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This I s to give notice that on the mnet-enth day of\
February, A. D. 18C8, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was is?
sued against the estate of ISltAEL OTTOLENG Ul,
of Charleston, in the District of Charleston,
and J aire of South carolina, who has been ad?
judged a Bankrupt, on hia own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property bolong ug to said Bankrupt, to Mn or
for his use, and the t-ansfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law ; that a meeting of the
Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove tueir debt*,
and to choose one or more Assignees of hts estate;
wiU bo held at a Court of Bankiuptcy, to be holden at
No. 69 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C., before B. B.
CARPENTER, Registrar, on ihe seventeenth day of \
March. A D. 1868, ai 1 o'clock P. M.
. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Mcr>h*1 as Messenger.
March 2 _ 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOR Til K DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE'MATTER OF JOHN
A. BUBGESS, BANKRUPT-h Y WHOM A PE
1IIION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FIL KD ON THE 20TH DAY OF
FEBRUARY, .i.D. 1863, IN SAID COURT-IN BANK
BUPTCY.-This is to give notice, that on the twenty
icveitthday of February, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued against the Estate of JOHN
A. BUBGESS, of Manning, in the District of |
Clarendon, and State of South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Barfkrupt on his own petition; that
the payment of any dot ts and delivery of any proper?
ly belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his uso,
and tho transfer of any property by him are forbid?
den by law; that a meetiug ot the Creditors of the
said Bankrupt, to provo their debts, and to choose
ono or more Assignees ol his Estate, will beheld at a
court ot Bankrup.cy, to be holdon at No. 69 Broad
street, Charli-ston, S. C., buore R. B. CARPENTER,
Registrar, on the nineteenth day ni March, A. D. 1808,
at _ o'clock, A. M. j. P. M. EPPING,
- United States Marshal as Messenger.
March 9 1
BLIN Ol REBOCL,
CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS, CARV?
ERS, TURNERS AND FfaESCO PAINTERS,
No. 60 MARKET-STREET.
Mr. H> BLIN having associated himself with Mr.
A. BEBOUL, begs leave to announce to his friends
and patrons that they are propared to execute any
work in tho above Hue, viz: UPHOLSTERING,
CABINET MAKING, and DECORATIVE WORK Of
any description, done at chm t notice.
Mr. REBOUL being a Fresco Decorator, ts prepar?
ed to decorate Wails, Ceilings, fcc. Designs ot Fresco
Work iurniabed. finw timos December 27
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIS?
TING under the name of Mc MILLAN k JOW
ITT, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. J. W. j
MCMILLAN is alone authorized tu nettle the affairs j
or me concern. . - -
JAS. w. MCMILLAN.
February I THAL. C. JO WITT.
WILL CONTINUE THE BOOK AI? D JOB PRINT?
ING business on bis ow_ account, at No. 83
Havnc-strect, and solicits a continuation, of the pat?
io na- e of his fri ends and the public. Having^ large
assortment ol now type, necessary machinery, a ?ne
stock of paper, cards, ito., will execute all orders
entrusted to htm, in a superior style, with accuracy
and promptness, and at such rates as to defy com?
petition. JAS. W. MCMILLAN.
AREWARD OF FIFTY DOLLARS WILI
be paid for information leading to the discov?
ery and apprehension ol the person or persons who
vo'twday drove a nail into the keyhole ol the Adver?
tising Box of the CHA UL BTON DAILY NEWS, ar til i
co rner of East Bay and Broad streets,
? ebruary 12
NIGHT SCHOOL ! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. :)5 WENTWOB tH-STBEET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FUR I HE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, KKADING, GERMAN and
INGLIS ti GlfAMMAlfrareirom 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$i per month in advance. .
Book-keeping charged extra.
Decembers_C. H. BERGMANN.
J. REEVE GIBBES' .
PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING TAUGHT IN
FIFTEEN OR TWENTY LESSONS OF
ONE HOUR EACH.
THIS INSTRUCTION IS PURELY PRACTICAL,
being taught entirely on the system of every
lay business, as Merchant. Factor, ' Jobbing busi
icfcs and .vt echamcal'pu ret?is. .
Writing and Commercial Calculations will also be
Sterling Calculations, Frmcs reduced to Sterling
ind Federal Money, Investments of Gold in Federal
doney, Federal Currency into Gold, Investments
>l'Gold, kc, and all needful information to perlcct
gentlemen and youths for entering into business
vith prospects of success.
SYSTEM is the first thing taught in my Sch M1,
ind, without it, no one ls a business man.
J. REEVE GIBBES,
.No. 4C BROAD-ST KEET.
January 13 mwf_m>s
:ORNER JACKSON AND ELLIS STREETS,
RESPLCTFULLY ANNOUNCES!O THE PUBLIC
tint he is now prepared to attend ti any
iUonoN or COMMISSION BUSINESS whict may
ie entrusted to his core, and that he will exert him
elf to make prompt and satisfactory returns ct any
usincss that may be confided to bim.
Consignments of REAL ESTA IE, MERCHAN
>ISE, Atc. kc. Foliated. Commissions moderate.
Liberal cash advances made on consignment >. *
February 1_ im0
ILLIS & CHIS li L ii.
FACTORS, C0M-JT-S10N MEHCIIAJN _P,
r'ILL ATTEND TO TAR PURCHASE, SALE AND
dliMEN'I (to Foieipu and Doine?tic P-'.l l of
OTTON. RICE, LUMUKU AND KAVAL PTO RES,
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON. R. C.
. ?VILLIS.... il. i.'UlSOLI)
M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
EAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS.
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND
DLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
tWAuction of HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, every
Tedn esday. . October 19
QUA KLESTON THEATRE.
LESSES AMP MANAGER. ... JNO. TEMPLETON.
LADLES' GALA NIGHT!
IMMENSE COMBINATION 1
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH2.
By request of many ladies of Charleston, the beau?
KA TELEEN MA VO URNEEN !
With the distinguished Artistes,
MR. AND MBS. WATKINS.
The favorite and incomparable
KA TH LE EN 31 A YO URNEEN!
.UNDER THE SPELL I
FOR THE LAST TIME,
BOX O F?T CE OPEN.
JREET CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-?
PRICES AS USUAL.
Doors open at 7 o'clock.Begin at 7Ji o'clocS
Jg N DEUTSCHER BALL
vyiRD STATTFINDEN DEN 2TEN MARZ, 1868,
wozu alle meine Freunde uni Bekannte ergeben st
ein) eliden sind. Ecke of Ring und Line Strasse. An
fane 7 Uhr Abends. Eintritt-$1.00.
February 27 thm2*_A. HENNE.
^ DGER BILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER OF KING AND MAEKET STREETS.
Q.'HIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATELi
chunked hands; and is newly refitted and supplied
wt .h the best of
LIQUORS AND 8EGARS,
Freshly imported from New York.
m consideration of hard tunes the price for lnxu
rit s will bo reduced.
amateurs of the came of Billiards are respectfully
in rited to visit the Saloon. ?j January 17
03OA AAA TO LOAN ON GOOD SECUBI
MJtU\J?\)\J\J 1Y at low rates.
ANDREW M. MOBELAND, Broker,
March 2_3 _No. 8 Broad-street
QOUTH CAROLINA ? RAILROAD STOCK AND
?3 RONDS. Apjlyto
. ? JAMES M. S HACKELFORD, Broker,
Corner Broad and State streets.
BONDS, STOCKS, COUPONS,
BOUGH! AT HIGHEST RATES.
Money loaned on Beal Estate, or on Bonds and
stocks for one year.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-Btreet.
February 21_fm no OB
RAILROAD DANK DILLS.
GI TY BILLS, 90 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
?8000 Railroad Bank Bills lor sale by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
February 20 3 Na 8 Broad-street.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY'
CONNER A WILSON.
February 10 mwflO No. 6 Broad-street.
DRAF'iS ON ENGLAND.
SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS, IN SUMS OF ?1
and upwards, on Union Bank, London. For
sale by CONNER A WILSON,
February 10 mwflO No. 6 Broad-strceL
"CHECKS ON NEWYOKK,
FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
TIME BILLS ON NEW YORK PURCHASED.
Advances made on consignments of Cotton and
Rica to our menas m New York.
E. LAFITTE A CO.,
February 3 Imo No. 20 Broad-eiroet
rjlHE NEW YORK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
1868, JANUARY 1, ASSETS...*.....$9,139,753
INCOME PAST YEAR.3,091,30*0
I TER LS T ON INVESTMENT.......4Q7,339
LOSSES BY DEATH.560.388
ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS,, in proportion to,
and increasing with, the age of the policy. For fur?
ther particulars, apply to
AGENT F )R SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 17 mwilmo No. 54 Broad-ttreet.
IJIHE QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
LONDON AND .LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL. 910,000,000 IN GOLD.
THIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against losa or damage by fire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOU8EBOLD FURNITURE,
RENTS, Ac, at established tates.
Loases promptly paid, without reference to Eng?
land. GIBBES A CO"., Agents,
NO. 10 Adger's South Wharf.
October 28 mtu6mo
'j- OVDOX AND LANCASHIRE
FLEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON,
THIS POPULAR AND RELIABLE COMPANY
.onttnucs to take FIRE RloKS ON BUILDTNG8,
Merchandise, Household Furniture, Cotton, Vessels
n Port, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Losses promptly adjusted and PAID HERE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent
No. Al Hayne-street
J. L. HONOUR, sub-Agent
No. 8 liroad-street.
JOHN H. HONOUR, EM*., late President of the
Charleston Insurance and J rust Company, can be'
band at this office, and would be happy to see his
ri ends and old customers.
February 10 mwilmo
jy-URRAY ROBINSON, Sr.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
?OBIN90N A CO.Orangeburg.
Several SMALL PLANTATIONS, from 350 to 800
cres, for sale. Haw imo February 14
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No* 85 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be found ever/ variety of GREAT
?OATS, FROJK AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Un
lerthirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
loots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bacs,
'alises, kc. February 6
l^y ILLIAM H. GILLI LAND & SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. *
> F F IC E No. 33 H A YNE-STRET.T,
g li. BARRE,
;?AL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO
No, 141 East Bay,
January 1 3mo
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
[X/HO DESIRE TO SECURE TRADE FROM
?V that rich Cotton country, Southwest Geor
ia, would do well to advertise in the
n old-established new,anaper, published at the
sunshtng little city of 1 awson, in the heart of this
ch Cotton belt. Having the largest circulation
f any paper in thia section, it offers extra induce
tents to advertisers.
ts* Published weekly at $2 per annum. Adver?
sing rates moderate. ELA M CHRISTIAN,
December ll Dawson, Ga,
PROLE rvisTEBlTc. R. SIDES,
SHOULDERS, BULK MEATS AND
i rv rv rv rv POUNDS PRIME WESTERN O. E.
10,000 pounds Prime Weatern Shoulders
10 ooo pounds Prime Western Bulk O B. Sides
10 000 pounds Pilme Western Bulk Shoulders
5.000 pounds Briant Second Quality Shoulders
5,000 pounds Choice New York Sugar Cured Strips.
Tending and for sale by _
LAUBEY A ALEXANDER.
Marcha_i No. 137 East Bay.
AAA LBS. S1BICT?Y CHOICE WESTERN
OUUU SHOULDERS- _ ,
6000 lbs. Bright SeconS-Quality Western Shoul?
5000 lbs. Prime Clear Bib Sides
5000 lbs. Choice Sugar-cured Strips.
Landing from steamers and foi sale by
March 2 1_R. AAP. CALDWELL.
NEW CHOP SU Gi ES AflD MO?
hr er BHDS PRIME AND CHOICE GBOOERY SU
4M bids. Mn seo va io Molasses
20 bods. Clayed Molasses
Balance cargo new landing ex brig "Altavela,"
from Matanzas, and for sale by
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Nos. 143 and Itt East Bay.
February 29_j_ 3
SUGAR, MOLASSES, COFFEE,
S)S\ HHD3. LIGHT BROWN SUGAR
AA\J 40 bbls. Lv'rw Price Brown Sugar
25 bbls. Muscovado Molasses I
50 sacks Prime Bio Coffee ,
60 esses Celebrated Cleure Whiskey
10 boxes Codfish
30 chests Old By son Tea, at reduced prices.
For sale low by
. G. W. STEFFENS A CO.,
February 29 il_No. 28 Vendue Bange.
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT!
JUST RECEIVED FROM BARACOA,
AND LA J 1 UTO AT UNION WHARP,
1 OA A BUNCHES BANANAS
1?5"U 12,0(>0 Plantains
30,000 Coco muta .
3,000 Grajo Fruit
8 bela. Green Ginjter.
Ihe above will be sold cheap, at Nos. 66 and 67
MARKET-STREET. BART it WTBTH.
And Na 26 HARK ET-STBEET. -
February 29_4_B. PATTKNL j
CORN, OATS. HAY AND FLOUR
CORN AND OATS, PER STEAMER FALCON.
Barrels Extra, Superfine and Fine FLOUR
.Bushsls Oats, Seed and Feed i
For sala by . WEST A JONES, !
February 28_No. 76 East Bay. .
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
FPORTED DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, in hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And tor sale low by .
.CLAC1US A WITTE,
January 13_3mon_No. 86 East Bay.
1 / V QUARTER CASES (30 GALLONS) "J. B.
30 cases Claret . . '<
10 cases fine Sautarne.
For sale by MO i TET. HUOHET A CO.,
February 19 wfm6 No. 4 Achter1? Wharf. '
" FOR SALE.
-AA BUSHELS EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
t)Uv It is warranted genuine and of finest
quality. Apply to
HOPKINS, MoPHERSON A CO.,
North Atlantic Wharf,
POTATOES ? POTATOES ! !
IN STORE AND LANDING FROM
STEAMER CHARLESTON. -
BARRELS CHOICE PINK EYES FOR SEED
Barrels Genuine Western Red for Seed .
barrels Buck Eyes, choice, for table use
Barrels Davis' seedlings, prime seed
Barrels Jackson Whites, tor tabla nirs ..
Barrels Prince Albert's, for table use. "'
For sale by H.-W. KINSMAN,
February 28 nn2_ Ho. 163 Bast Bay.
0\. ALBANY V*Q
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
X agents for the sale of the above celebrated
ALF, which will be delivered free of drayage to any
point in Charleston. They will be In receipt weekly
of a full and rresh supply.
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON.
January 24 fmwSmos No. 167 East Bay
M IT It KA '? '.._
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
md quarter boxes, at prices varying from 80 cents to
(125 per pound. Smoking Tooaoeo in barrels of iou
pounds each, from 20 cents to 40c. por pound. Genu?
ine Durham Smoking Tobacco, 60 cents per pound.
Orders solicited. Terms cash.
January 6 mwf lyr
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
if the above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
arms his friends and the travelling public that it
las been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF TTS DEPART?
MENTS. The table will at all tunes be supplied
nth THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, laclad,
ng every delicacy in reason, while the cuisine will
ie unexceptionable. J he Bath Rooms attached to
he Hotel are supplied with the celebrated Artesian
Vater, and HOT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
)o obtained at any time. The same attention will
ie paid to the comfort of the guests as heretofore
nd travellers can rely upon finding thc Charles i-.i
lotel equal to any in the United States, The patt - .
gc of the travelling public ls respectfully soUclwd.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January 6_ 2mo Proprieto..
EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROAD WAY,
NEW YORK CETY.
9. M. H1LDRETH & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
IOTRL, as popularly known in former times
inder the management ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
nore recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
Jj.,isnowundei the proprietorship of siessrs. D.
iL HILDRETH A T. B. BOCKWAY, uner the firm of
X M. HILDRETH A 00.
The ?enlor partner from his long experience as a
*opnttor of the Veranda, St Louts and St. Charles
iotels of New Orleans, natters himself that he can
asure his friends and ihe public generally, ti at ita
onner world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
lotel, shall be fully sustained under its presont
aanaaement, lyr* February VS
^T, JAMES HOTEL,
7M, A. HURD.Of New Oristna
?. F. CORKERY...Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
'elegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hciel.
PBOPRTETOR OF TEE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
|y I L L 1 A M IRVIN,
PROPRIETOR OF TBS
SPABTANBDBG, R. C.