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- Gold closed in New York yesterday steady
-Cotton closed firm a nd moderately active
at 22c. Sales 2200 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed yesterday at a
decline of Jd. Uplands 9J.
-The fishing season is about to commence
on the Potomac.
-The Southern Accident Insurance Com?
pany of Lynchburg, Ya., has determined to
-Mrs. Stanton is publishing a series of ar?
ticles about the "strong-minded women of the
-A Boston paper intimates that since free
soup was introduced in that city, the deposits I
in the savings banks havo increased.
-The municipal election in Cairo, 111., on
Wednesday, was carried by the Democrats by
over two hundred majority. I he prosont mayor J
of Cairo is a Republican.
-Alexander H. Stevens is receiving the cor?
dial hospitalities of Boston citizens, but all re?
ference to the civil war is studiously ignored
on both sides.
-In Mr. Bingham's bill removing disabilities
from certain South enters, not one of them has
any title except Longstreet, who is spoken of
aa "General James Longstreet."
-Iowa has three women editors-Mrs.
Money, of the Jefferson Era; Mrs. Hartshorn,
of the Corydon Monitor; and Mrs. Mary Read,
of the Wright County Register.
-Seven hundred and eighty-throe petitions
in bankruptcy have been filed in Virginia since
the law went Into effect. Of this number not
more than ten have been by creditors.
-The Mardi Gras celebration took place at
New Orleans on Tuesday, and processions,
balls, and parties were the order of the day
-Nitro-glycerine has been used in firing the
blasts at tho Hoosac tunnel, and with most
satisfactory results. Its explosive forco proves
to be five times that of gunpowder.
-Rev. Dr. Sears, agent of the Peibndy As"
Eociation, addressed the commou council of
Petersburg, Ya., last week, and made a dona?
tion of $2000 for the benefit of the public
-Tho admission of a negro to membership
in the organization known as Good Templars,
has created a schism in the lodge at Spencer
port, N. Y. Mambers were about equally divid?
ed on the question.
-As an evidence that it is possible to ac?
ceptably fill an office in America for a long
time, it is announced that a Samuel Livermore
has been postmaster at Flu van na, New York,
for forty-one years. His bondsmen who pledg?
ed themselves for his integrity in 1827 are
alive, and remain bis securities.
-A National Fair, nnder charge of a oom- I
mitteo, of whom the President is Mrs. Lienten- I
ant-General Sherman, is to be held in New
Torie on the 14th of April, for the relief of des?
titute widows and orphans of soldiers and ?
Bailors who lost their fives in the service of the ?
-The New York Herald's Washington spe?
cial claims that Messrs. Trumbull, Fessonden, 1
Anthony, Tipton, Sprague, Van Winkle, Wiloy, '
and Sherman, Republican members, will vote :
with the Democrats on the impeachment quos-' <
bon, and that impeachment will he defeated in ,
the Senate, as there is no charge on which to
base conviction, and fears are entertained that
the measure will be unpopular with the people.
-A paper mill at Petersburg, Virginia, it is
announced, has an agency in New York, and
supplies several of the dilly and weekly pa- '
pera ofthat city. The waste from the cotton
mills and the rag stock from Virginia and
North Carolina, which has heretofore found a
market in New York, is now worked up at
Petersburg, where good BOfc water is abun?
dant. The proprietors claim that they can
land paper in New York and compete with any
of the Northern mills.
-The Senate consists of forty-three Radicals
and ten Democratic Conservatives. By a pro
Vision of the constitution "no person shall be
convicted without the concurrence of two
thirds of the members present," which, in the
present case, would be thirty-six, so that the
Radicals have enough votes to insure the con?
viction of the President and seven votes to
spare, if every Senator who was elected as a
Radical shall allow his political hostility to
President Johnson to overcome his sense pf
-Governor Ward, of New Jersey, has vetoed
the jcint resolution withdrawing tho consent
of New Jersey to the proposed constitutional
amendment. He says the resolution has no
validity; the ratification haring been already
made, no further action can be taken by thc
State, except the matter be again submitted
by Congross. No time was set by Cong, oss for
the ratification by a sufficient number of States;
and, therefore, New Jersey cannot avail herself
of any right to withdraw because of the delay
by other States. The veto was read, and by
the constitution lays over one day.
-The grand jury of Baltimore having asked
instructions as to whether they should take
cognizance ot the publication of the flash
weekly papers issued in New York and sent
broadcast over the country, Judge Gilmor re?
plied: "I think it proper to say that ? do con?
sider them of a grossly obscene and immoral
character, and behaving that tho strictures
passed on them are merited and borne out by
those instances so brought to my knowledge, 1
do charge you that vom duty is to present any
and every party of whom you may have evi?
dence that he is concerned in vending, pub?
lishing or circulating such sheets."
-An immense mass meeting of citizens op?
posed to impeachment was held Friday even?
ing at Cooper Institute, New York. James
Gallatin waa president. Resolutions were read
declaring the present political crisis a3 fraught
with danger to republican institutions in the
United States; that a government by and under
a written constitution is the only-eafeguard of
freedom; affirming the right of the President
to remove members of his cabinet; and de?
claring the attempt to deprive him of that
right a monstrous perversion of the powers
conferred upon the House of Representatives.
T?>e resolutions also deprecate impeachment
excepf aa a last resort for the protection of the
republic /rom disgrace or grievous wrong; ex?
press confidence in the dignity and modera?
tion of the Senat? to save the country from the
dangers by which it is threatened, and de?
nounces impeachment as scandalous, wrong?
ful and unconstitutional, at the same time
counselling tho people to t'-ust free discussion
and the ballot box for redress, in the event of
tho removal of the President. The resolves
having been adopted by acclamation, James
W. Gerard was introduced, and said that he
regarded the meeting as a grand gathering of
the people to protest against a revolutionary
movement to deprive the nation of its lawful
head. Tho real crime of Andrew Johnson, in
the eyes of the Radicals was that ho had op?
posed negro supremacy. Mayor Hoffman was
the next speaker, in tho course of his speech^
which was much applauded, ho said that the
assassination of Abraham Lincoln and tho im?
peachment of Andrew Johnson would hereafter
bo equally odious to tho American people. Sub?
sequently thc meeting was addressed by James
TUESDAY MORLING, MARCH S, 18G8.
Thc House of John Fraser Si Co.
A notice in another column of to-day's
NEWS announces the reorganization of thia
old firm, which has so long held a foremost
place among the great cotton houses of
Charleston. The style of the partnership
is to remain unchanged, and the firm of
JOHN FRASER & Co., under the experienced
lead of Mr. THEODORE D. WAGNER, will lose
nothing of its ancient prestige and charac?
ter. Mr. WILLIAM L. TRENHOLM, the re?
tiring partner, is to bo associated with his
father, the Hon. GEORGE A. TRENHOLM,
whose commercial fame extends over both
continents, in the establishment of a new
firm, under the name of GEORGE A. TREN?
HOLM & SON.
In these changes our city will bo the
gainer. Two powerful houses will be ac?
tively engaged in trade where before there
was but one ; each possessing vast energies
and resources ; each thoroughly identified
in sympathy and interest with our people ;
and each an important and powerful agent
in the work of building up that commer?
cial prosperity which we all hope is in
store for Charleston in the future.
A Glance at thc He aim of Cotton.
The recent rise in the price of cotton hes
generally been attributed to the fact that
the European stocks are light beyond prece ?
dent, aud East India supplies have failed
beyond expectation; the Amcrioan estimates
of production were nearly a half million
too high, and the spinners abroad and at
home became alarmed and rushed into thu
market to secure their working stocks. The
Mobile Register suggests that the causes
lie deeper. It doubts the stories of the
large dividends of British cotton-growing
companies, and intimates that the discovery
has been made by spinners and consumers
that the fabrics from the short staple of
India are flimsy and wear badly. There is
also a report from highly respectable Eng?
lish sources that the British spinners are
changing back their machinery for the use
of the long staple, having before changed
it for adaptation to the short. The Mobile
Tribune mentions that a distinguished gen?
tleman of Alabama, who visited England
recently, says that the attempt to adapt ma?
chinery to spinning short fibre from India is
a complete failure, and that they cannot
dispense with the American cotton.. Are
cent commercial circular from a leading
Liverpool house notes the very small ship?
ments of cotton from India ou the water,
uow amounting to only eighty-seven thou?
sand bales, against one hundred and thirty- .
one thousand bales last year and three hun
Ired and ninety thousand bales the year be?
fore. This has resulted ina strong current
of demand in East India cotton, which has
?rained during the month fully as muchas
American. The Egyptian crop, the receipts
of which, like the AuK-'^an, were much less
'.han was expected, shared in the general 1
buoyancy. That of Brazil had not advanced
in the sane proportion. The cotton of the
provinces of Maranham, Brazil, is said to
be little inferior to our Sea Island cotton,
and that in the valley of thc Amazon to far
surpass iu ouality and length ol' fabric the
best that can be raised, in the valley of the
Mississippi. But the trained labor requi?
site to make this available is not to be had
in either. of those regions. India cannot
raise cotton comparable in quality to that
of America, and China is so densely popu?
lated that all its soil is necessary to feed
and clothe its own population. These facts
are full of encouragement for the future of
cotton planting in the Southern States.
The Horse Dinner.
London has just had a sensation in tho
shape of a banquet,-all sensations in Lon?
don are more or less prandial in their char?
acter,-ot UDique description, which came
off at the Langham Hotel on the (1th ult.
Covers were laid for one hundred guests,
hock and champagne flowed like water,
toasts were drunk, speeches were made,
tho utmost hilarity prevailed, and every?
body went home feeling very jolly. But
there was nothing unusual in all this; the
remarkable feature of tho entertainment
consisted iu the fact that horseflesh, cooked
in every conceivable mode, formed thc
staple of the dinner, tho piece dc resistance
being a huge baron of horse weighing
uearly three hundred pounds.
This dinner, which may perad veut ure bc
destined to mark the dawn of a new era in
gastronomy, was gotten up by a committee
of gentlemen partly to test practically (ho
availability of horseflesh as an article of
food, and partty to take tho initiative in
endeavoring to overcome thc deeply rooted
prejudice which seems to exist against thc
new pabulum. How deeply rooted this
prejudice is-in English minds, at least
mny be gathered from the fact that not a
butcher could be found in all London, who
would agree to slaughter the animals de?
signed for the dinner, though tempted by
the most munificent offers. Thc little job
wus eventually undertaken by a veterinary
Despite this and other drawbacks, how?
ever, the dinner wa6 a success. The
squeamishness of the guests melted away
before the savory odors of the tempting
dishes created by the genius of Langham'?
chef, and every one dined heartily.
Whether the nueces? of this inaugural
banquet will induce fresh attempts in the
same direction, and whether the general
prejudice will eventually yield to this argu?
mentum ad ventr?n time alone can show. In
Paris, however, as appears from a letter
read ut the banquet, the. introduction of
horseflesh as an article of food is already
an accomplished fact. There are no less
than twenty-three butchers' shops in the
French capitr.l where nothing but horse?
flesh is sold, and thc official report of the
Minister of Agriculture shows a very large
consumption already, amounting to several
millions of kilogrammes.
We confess to feeling, ourselves, some
repugnance to the idea of eating tho flesh
of 60 noble an animal as the horse, the ser?
vant, companion and friend of man; aud wc
well recollect the mixture of awe aud dis?
gust with which, in our boyish days, we
used to read vague shadowy stories about
the barbarous hordes that roamed over the
plains of Ce. .1 Asia and held ghastly
revel ou hor?uicsb and quass. - But the
prejudice is probably mere prejudice after
all; and in these days of wide spread fam?
ine and scarcity it may be a work of real
benevolence to place within the reach of the
starving masses a new food which is at once
palatable, wholesome and cheap. For, be
it noted, one of the horses served up at the
banquet in London, was a veteran twenty
two years of age, who had outlived his
usefulness in other respects; and yet his
flesh was considered fully equal to that of
the others. Worn out and superanuated
horses may, therefore, if free from disease,
be fattened for the shambles, and serve to
nourish, at a Cheap rate, the masters ihey
are no longer able to carry. And this is,
perhaps, a nobler fate for the animal than
to disappear, after a life of useful labor, in
the filthy establishments where he ie worked
up into glue, ivory black, &c.
The subject is a painful one in some of
its aspects, but the question ef the intro?
duction of horseflesh as au article, of food
has already assumed practical shape, not
only on the continent of Europe, but among
our kinsmen across the channel; and the
time may come-God grant that it may be
far off-when grim Famine, who hus as yet
but threatened us from afar, may stalk in
all the ghastliness of desolation over our
once rich and abundant land, and drive us
into ways of lifo we never dreamed of.
?Dst atti ?mib.
FOUND A KA FT, ADRIFT, 5 O'CI.UCK,
Monday morning, 2d instaut, in Hog channel by
ii ursa creek. The 0 tv uer csu nave the ?ame by pay?
ing expenses. Apply to ea..tum JOHN TLuill.\
at Uuiun Wharf. 1* A arch 3
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES. )
CUAKLKS?O.V, ti C., Mureil 2,180S. )
IJAKTIES LOSING SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, AT
: Ibo i.uro.iua null ou u.e night of tho '?ola Fob
iu-ry, wib p.case call at this ou.ee, prove property,
and pay expeuses, as some ol tuc uUove articles
have beon recovered.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st. Lieut, and Chief Ol Detectives.
March 2 2
OFFICE CHIEF O? DETECTIVES, I
CHARLESTON, S*. C., February 29, lbw. J
"J > EOOV?HhX) AND DItOe?HT TO THIS OFFICE
JLL euc fe?ver e.culci. fariiuo lo?log Uio ou lau win
I???? caU, pruvu property uuu pay exponaos.
ll. M. HENDRICKS,
Feuruary 29 1st Lieut und Uliief of Detectives.
LOSI', SO.HLWIIKUL. ON KIM; Oli
WcutwoiUa su-ects, a LEATHER WALLET,
luuiuiuiiig about ?a lu small bil.s, and sonic private
pupers ul uu value except io tho owner. Thu Under
wiu confer a tavor, und may keep tho money, ii ho
wui loavo the pupers auui'c.-hou to "J. M." ut the
OFFICE oF TH e. DAILY NEWS. February IC
HERETOFORE S.UBSlSUNG UNDER a HE
name oi JOHN Mt AS hit i: CO., hus booti uis
suivud as ol djtu the 31?>t December, ItioT. hither ul
.he uu':er.-igueu will uso tho partnership signature
THEODORE D. WAGNER.
WILLIAM L. ?.RKNHOLM.
BENJAMIN F. HUGER.
FROM AK O AFTER
THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CON?
STITUTE the lirm ot JOHN FRASER A CO.,
uid will continue thc bus.ness of that house.
TH LODORE D. WAGNER.
BENJAMIN F. HOGER.
Flt El ERiCK FANNING.
Charleston, S. C., 2d March, 186?.'
FOKMERLY EXISTING BETWEEN THEODORE
D. WAGN tit, JAMES T. WELSMAN, CHARLES
K. PRIOLEAU, WILLIAM L. TRENHOLM and
JOHN li. ARMSI'RO.NG, under theatric OJ FRASER,
I REN HOLM A CO., ai Liverpool, in tho County ot
Lancaster, is dissolved by mutual consent as 1 rom
the 14th November, 1367.
Thc business furuier.y carried on by thc above
partnership will, from and alter thc present dato, be
louducted by the undersigned uuuer tho style of
FRASER, 1RENH0LM A CO.
C. K. PRIOLEAU.
J. H. ARMSTRONG.
Liverpool, 1st January, 18G8.
March 3 . 12
HAVE THIS DAY ENT1RED INTO CO-PART?
NERSHIP AS MERCHANTS, under tho name
ui uEORGE A. TREND OL M ti SON, and have open?
ed their counting House in thc State Bank Bul.ding,
ut thc corner of broad and East i ay s troc?s.
GEORGE A. TRENHOLM.
WAL L. TRENHOLM.
Charleston, M.rch 2. IStid. 12 . Marchs
'T1Hi; COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1 Xis
_L TING uudor Uic uaino ot MCMILLAN tc JOW
ITT, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. J. W.
MCMILLAN is alone authorised to settle thc affairs
ol i ho cou cern.
JAS. w. MCMILLAN.
February 1 THAD. C. JOWTTT.
VTriLL CONTINUE THE BOOK A> D JOB PRINT
Vt .IN G business on his own account, at No. 33
Hayne-street, und solicits a continuation ot the pat?
ronage of his ir ?cuds ami the public. Having a large
assortment ot new type, necessary machinery, a fine
stock of paper, curds, ?c., will execute all orders
entrusted fo him, hi a superior ntylc, with accuracy
aud promptness, und at such rates us io defy com?
petition. JAS. W. MoMlLiiAN.
rpo RENT, A COMFORTABLE HUUSE,
X No. 4 -Mary sireet. Also, A MORE AND
HOUSE, No. Hi AL-ch<lale-streot. Apply to
Fcbiuary 25 Corner King and John streets.
rpo; RENT, THE PREMISES AT THE
J. northwest corner ol' ttcid ana Meeting streets.
Apply at No. Cl BROAL-STREEl'. January 28
FUR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in thc south?
western portion ot the city, cousistlng of u suite ot
three ur lour spacious rooms on thc tim floor, with
kitchin and servants' apartments. Tenus mode?
rate. Address "A," Doily News Office.
BOARDING AT NO. 5? CIIUKCH
STREET, ot reasomble rates.
January 28_ ruths
PRIVATE BOARDING FBOM $G TO $8
per week, and ROOMS TO RENT from SC to $8
per month, by MLss PHILLlPd, No. 52 Magazine
Btreet. opposite Franklin-street_February 5
REMOVAL --s-WARDING.-MRS. A.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
lishment from No. 59 Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now prepaied to turuiah Board to a lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemeu. Tcrm^ mod
rate. December 14
WANTED, A SCHOO*KU OU SLOOP
ol twnuty or thirty tons, lo loa 1 for a f .rm
on Cooper Uiver. Appiy at MEETING-STRELT,
next to Mills Hou.e. 1 March 3
WANTEO, A WHITS WOMAN WHO
can cook and wash. Good r? ferenc-s requir
Mh_ 2 March 3
WASTED TO PURCHASE OU HIRIO,
A comforiable DWELLING HOUSE, in tho
central or western portion of the city, containing
not less than six rooms, with Ras fixtures, eisern,
and with a good yard attached. Persons having such
a house to di9posi of will please state terms, Ac, to
"HOME," Key Box 521 Postofflce.
ITT ANTED. A COMPETENT WOMAN,
M with good recommendations, aud without
children, to Cook, Wash and atten.l Chambers for a
small family. Apply at No. 16 WENTWORIH
STREET._1?_ March 3
WANTED, BY A VOUAS LADY ZN
reduced circumstances, a Miuatiou ss GOV
ERNESS ter small children, or as companion tor an
iuvalid. Wie ts willing to assist iii ?ewing or house?
keeping, and has no objectiou to leave thc city, mal?
ary is not to much au object as a good home. Thc
best references givcu and required.- Address M, M.,
care of P_0. Box No. 211, Charlestju. s. C.
February 27 '
AGENTS WA.\TEi>.~\UW READY
FOR CANVASSERS, THE WAK BETWLEN
TUk! STATES; its Cause*. Character, Conduct and
ReMihs. By Hou. ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
Send foi Circular.-, with terms and a full descrip iwu
of thc work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING
COMPANY, Atlanta, Uo. Imo* February 24
WANTED. EIRST-CLASS AGENTS TO
introduce our NEW STAR SHU l ILE SEW?
ING MACHINES. Lx?aordUury ind-ccweuts lo
good salesmen. Further particulars and sainplo
work i'uiuishcd ou application to W. G. WiLsUN ??
Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Itu. ton, Mass., or St. Lotus,
Mo. 3mus February 17 .
WAA'TED, HY A SOUTHERN LADY,
who has had several years' expcrlemo in
teaching, a SIT?A110N as 'leacher in tome private
lamily in '.ho city or country. WAI teach thc u?ual
i.ng.iah brauches; also, Music and Froucu. Bust
references can bc given. Address Miss W., Box No.
252, Petersburg, Va. ln-Q* Februar) 17
WANTED, A FEW GOOD AGENTS FOR
our Publications, including some ol tuc mom
popular aud saleable Books aud Engravings publish?
ed. BRADLEY & CO., Publisher*,- No. 6ti Noith
February 16 _Imo*
WAA TE O, OJLD HO: ivs_TWO Cell IKS
of the following b-;Ok or tract: "JOURNAL
OF MAJOlt GLOROt WASHINGTON, sent by Bon.
R. Dinwiddie, Ac, Ac, to tho Commaudaut ol' the
Freuch lorcesin Ohio," Atc, i ruitcd in Wiiliamsourg,
Va., 1754. Twenty-five dollars will bo pa d for each
copy iu good order. Wanted, also, any Hooks relutr
mg to "Washington" published beloio lo20; Burk's
History ot Virginia, 4 vols. Address
No. 84 Nassau-street, New York.
February 13 Imo*
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY, A
Situation as cleverness, or to take charge of a
Female Academy, in North or south Carolina, she
cau teach all the English Branches usually (aught in
Southern Institutions; also Music, and the itudi
ments ot Freuen, and is cipablo ol'preparing you on -
ladies lor Colloge. Good roierenceti eau bu given.
Address, stating salary, Miss "A. J. C.," Wilming?
ton, N. O. Janna.y a
FOR SALL. AT MOUNT PLEASANT,
that healthy and pleasantly located RESI?
DENCE on the beach, wita a cu ..i ma ding view ol'
the harbor. The dwe.Iimt contains eignt uprigut
rooms aud attics, a two story k.tchou, wcU of good
water, carriage house and s ables, Ac, Ac. Lot sev?
enty-two feet frout, two hundred feet dot p. Will be
sold ou a long credit if desired,
March 3 tuth2*
AT-PRIVATE SALI-;-APPLY, TO IO
HEN HAN OKEL A CO., No. 40 Last Bay
ELEVEN MLLES for Bait low. 3 il arch 2
2710R SALE. STEltN WHEEL STEAMER
. "HARD TIMES." umgih 158 feet; breadth ot
beam 30 feet; depth cf hold C feet; width ol
guards 3 feet; draught when ligut 1? inches;
capacity 420 tbus. 'ibis Mcaim-r was buii
ni 1804, and has recently bceu thoroughly over?
hauled uni put in complete order. Her eugiuus
aud boilers aru of first das , aud ol 189 horse power;
has 16 staterooms', besides eic k's o ace, AC, and is
thoroughly titted un with kitchcu, pantry, store?
room, black.-mit..'s shop, die.
For farther particulars, and for terms, which will
bc wadu accommodating to an ..pproved pureliu-.ur
upply to li. L.iPH' l E ic CU..
February 20 10 No. tiO liroud-sivect.
FOR SALE, THAT (TH It EE STORIES)
EAST TENEMEN1 HOI !SE ou uortu side iradd
strcet, knowu as No. 08, and Lot L t nicitsuriu,,
thitty(30) feet Iront and two hundred ann s-venty
tivo (276) ?eei deep, mor.- or less. Apply to Mr. G.
W. KINGLE, No. Ol Lroad-slroot.
February 8 N
FOR SALE, VALUABLE ItTJILDING LOT
on Rutledge Avenue. Lot 82 by 215. By
. E. L. BAltllE,
February 3 Imo No. 141 Ea t ituy.
rpo PUBLISHERS AND JOH I? KA Ll -T S.
J. A large amount of TIPS aud JOB MA li.l'.l \E
for sale, iu lots to suit pureba se m. Tenn* reason,
able, and cash. Also, a flue HAND PUE's, price SsiSbj
au Adams' Power Press, price $1500; and a Lard
Press, price S100. Apply to F. G. DEFO.STAI: E.
Columbia, S. C. December 7
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPER-, IN
any ouon?ty, price 75ccu:s per hundred. Apply
at the Omeo of the DAILY NEWS.
Hoiias in p?iihruptn).
IN THE DlSTltlCT COU UT OE THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
GEORGE W. BROWN, BANKRUPT. BY \Vlt >M A
PETITIONFOlt ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON TcE 20TH DAY OF FEBRUARY.
A.D. 1808, IN SAID COU UT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
ibis is to give notice that on thc lwenti.-nivth day
nf February, A. D. 1888. a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued against thc Est?t-- o?GEoRtiE W. BUI >W.N.
of Sumter District, audSiuto ot South Carolina, who
has boen adjudged a Bankrupt ou his own petition";
that the payment ol any r.cbts and delivery of any
property belonging to said Bankrupt, to hun or for his
usc, and the transfer ol' any property by him, aro
forbidden by law; tnat a meeting of tho Cr?dito rs ol
the said hannrupt, to prove theirCebts and lo choose
one or moro Assignees of lus Estate, will be held at
a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden af .?o. .V.) Broad
strout, Charleston, S. c., before R. B. CAIti'ENiER,
Kegistrar, on tho twentieth day of March, A. D.
1868, at 0 o'clock A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal us Messenger.
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE
UNITED STATES-FOir THE DISTRICT OF
hOUTH CAROI INA-IX THE HATTER OE JOHN
J. CONYERS, UANKKUP1-BY WHO I A Pl.Ti
TION FOR ADJUDICA HUN OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS ? ILED ON TUE SOTS' DAY UFFEBEUAKY A.
D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN C'NKUUP1MY.
This is to give noiicc that on thc twenty-second lay nf
February, A. li. 1808. a Wirranl m Bankruptcy was
issued against thc Estate of JOHN J. CO YEKS, of
Manning, in thc District ol' Clarendon, ?md Slate of
South Carolina, who has bi-i u adjudged a Bankrupt
on his ownpcti?uu; that the payment ol any debts
tiud delivery of any property b louring to said Bank?
rupt, to him or for his uso, mid Ihc transfer ol any
property by hun are forbuden by law; that a incit?
ing of the Creditors of thc said.Bankrupt, to prove
the r debts, and to choose one or more \5si^nccs of
his Estate, will be h. ld ata Court of Bankruptcy, to-1
be holden at No. 50 Broad-street. Cbarievlou. S. C.,
b-forcR. B. CA UPEN TEH, Registrar, on th.- seven?
teenth day of March, A. D., 18?H, at 3 o'clock. P. .M.
J. P. M. EPI'INii.
United .Slates Marshal as McrSeucT.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOU ! H CAROLINA-1X ' HE MA I TER OF A. LOU?
ISA WIIT.-CUE .., Ot-' CHARLESTON^ s. C., BAN'K
RUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY- ?I CHARLESTON, IN
SAID DISTRICT, ON TUE 14TU BAY UP FEBRUA?
RY, A.D. 1803.-Tu CliEDllORS OF A. LOUISA
WITTSCHKN.-Talco no ice that a Pi tiliou has been
j filed iu suid Court by A. LOUIsA WriTSCHtN, of
Cjurleston. in suid Di-trict, duly riccloicd a Bank?
rupt, under thc Act of Congress, entitled "An Act
tu tstabhshaUuPorm System of Bsnkraptcy through?
out Hie Unib'd Stuns," approved March Vd 1007, for
a diBchargi and cor i. cate lhere lt from ad her debts
and other claims provable under said Act, uud that
the ninth <iay of March next, at 12 o'clock M.. is as?
signed for tuc hearing of tho same, when aud whe. e
voil may attend und sho-c '-au.-e, if au.v you have,
why the prayer of the said petition should not be
granted. Hy on 1er of the Court.
, ANIEL HORLREf'K.
Cl.rk District Court ?. S. f r south Car ilma.
IN THE DISTRICT COUKT OE TH E
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CA Itv LINA-IX THE MATTER OF JO LIN
C. BICKLEY. OF CHARLESTON, s. ? ., BANK.
HUPT-IN BANKPUTCY-AI CHARLESTON, IN
SAID DISTRICT, ON CHE liTn DiY Ol- FEBRU?
ARY, A. D. 1868.-IO TUE CREDITORS OF JOH
C. BICKLEY.-Toko notice that a Petition has boen
flied in eaid Court by JSO. C. BICKLEY, ot charles?
ton, in said District.'dulv declared a Baukrupt. umier
the Act of Congress cutitlcd "Au Act to Establish a
Uniform Svstem of BankTiip?cy throughout the L mi?
ed States." approved March 2d, 1807, tor a discharge
and cert?ficute thereof from ah his debts and other
claim J provable under said Art; and that thc sisth
day of March next, at 12 o'clock .M., is uss gned for
the hearing of the samo, wh-m aud where you may
attend and show cause, if any you have why th?
prayer of the said petition suould not bc granted.
By ordor of tho Court.
C. D. C. O. S. tor South Carolina'
February 18 Feb 18,25 Mcb.3.0 ,
qiUE REGULAH MONT LY MEI'.TING WILL DE
3 hold This Evening, at the Eal', al 7 o'clock, 'ibe
Ecvisod Consiitution and Rules will i o finally acted
upon ai Ibis meeting, THOS. O'U. IEN,
March H 1 S crctary.
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATTEND A REGULAB MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company to bc bcd at Market Hall 7/its
Evening, at half-past 7 o'clock.
March 3 1 Secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
YOU ABE "HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
the Regular Momhly Meeting of your Company
at your Hall, This Evening, at 7 o'clock precisely.
By order, JOHN T. HUMPHS ii \ S.
March 3 _1_ Secretary.
CHARIiV.STO.1 BOARD C V TRADE.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY 31 METING OF THE
Charleston hoard of Trado will bo held This
Evening, ul thc Cnarlcs'.on Hotel Clun Room, at 7J<
1'. M. AK busine-s of spocial iraportanco will como
b ore thu meutiux, afull and punctual atteudauco is
Dy older of the President. JOH B. STEEL,
Members will please como prepared to pay up
their last year's jrreai'3. 1 March 3
THE MONTHLY ME?T1NG TAKES PLACE TO?
NIGHT, ut 8 o'clock.
Ey order of the President.
CHAULES SI EGLING,
March 3 1 Secretary.
SMn HA- MCGILL ivit AY, REAL ESTATE BBO
KER3, Auciioi .".cr- and Commission Agents,
have removed lo No. 31 B1;0AD-STKEET,'J doors west
of their old Bland, whew they have extensivo accom?
modations.for consiyumeuts of Furnitur, Aurelian
disc, ic. Maro 2
mt. II. 31. Cl. KC Kl. KT,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
to HASEL STREET , No. 70, l?,ur or Ave doors
casi ot thc Posteflice. January 30
riMJE FALL TERM Or THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
JL ?partauburg. S. C., will opc.i October 3d, 1867.
Thc President, Hov. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., will
he aided. by competent, experienced teachers iu
Board 'lor half year.$70.00
Couliuxcnt Kee. 2.00
Music aud ull tho Ornamental Branches very low.
'1 lioso wishing to patroniso tho School will please
address thc 1'rtsldcnt itu August 9
NIGHT SCHOOL: NIGHT SCHOOL!
Nr.. 35 WENTWOR11I-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
Ol'" E(VGi.L>H LUTHERAN OHU1?0U.
r|MIE HOUE> FOR IRE EXERCIMiS IN ARITH
L METIO, WRITING, HEADING. GERMAN and
kNOLiSd GKAMMAR are from 7 to 0 o'clock. P. M.
'terms-?2 per mouth luadvanco.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December a C. H. BERGMANN.
llotices in pu n li nipt nj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITE > STATES-FOR TUE DIS 1 RIC I OF
.->uUTU CAROLINA-IN IHKMAlTJ.lt OF-JOHN
J. HARVI.S, UANKUPT-BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOR ADJUDICATION' OE BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE 20TU DAY Ol'" FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1808, IN SAID Lu URI-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to giw notice that nu (ho twenty-second day of \
lebritary, A. D. 1808, a Wurruul tu Buui.rnptcy wa? is?
sued aguius. tbcEsiah. of JOHN" J. EARVIN, ol Man., j
mug, in thc District of L'laccudou, aud State of South
carolina, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
on hi? own petiiion; that uro paymcut ol' auy
dd t-, and the dc.ivory nf auy property boloug
iug to said liaukru, t, to ?um, or fer hin use, and thc
trainier ot any property b lum wu forbidden by
law; that a mect'ng oi t io Crediton of the said Bank?
rupt, to prove ttl-, ic debts, ami io choose or.c or moro
Assignees of Ir?a Estate, will' hi; held aca Court'of
Bankruptcy, to bo holden kt No. ?vj Broad-street,
Charil sion, S.e., before R. B. CARPENTER, Regis?
trar, on tau < ightccnlh ?lay Oj March, A. B. 18..8, at ll
o'clock A. al. .>. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal .> Messenger.
March 3 1
JN THE DISTRICT C?lUHT OF THE
ENITi.D MATE? IOU THE BIsTRtcT OF
aOUTH CAROLINA-IN TUE Al Ai TER OE
J..J1N H. OAYLE. BANKRUPT.-BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OE BANK?
RUPTCY WAS 1 11.El- ON TUE 2?TU DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN DANK
RUP ICY.-Thi- is to give notire that on tlio twenty
ceondttay of February, A.D. 1HG8, a Warruut in Buuk
rupiey was issued against' thc Estate ol JOHN H.
GAYLE, oi Wright's Bluff, iu tho District of Clarcu
ilon, aud state of v.juth Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Baukrupi ou his owu petition; that
the payment ol auy debts and dolivoiy ol auy
property bolouging io said Bankrupt, to hiui or
?or bis uso, ano mu trausicr ol' tiny x>roiurry by
him ar . lorbkldcn bv Lw ; that a ni - ctiug of
thc Creditors ot thc said Bauktupt, to provo
their debts ami to choose ono or more Assignees of
his Est?t.-, will b boin at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 59 broad-treat 1 barloilou, S. C..
ooiorc R. U. c .RPi'NTElt, Registrar, ou tiie ci^/i
teenlh :ay uf March, A. D. 18G8, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal us Messenger.
Mamh 3 1'
?N THE DISTRICT COU HT OF THE
UNITED STATES-Jrt)B TUE DfsTRIi.'T OF
SOU 111 CAROLINA.-IN TUE M ATTER OF HENRY
ll. LESES .\E, BA .KRUFT-BY WHOM A PL'JTTION
?.'OR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON TUE 20TH IMY OF FEBRUARY, A. D.
1808, IS' salD COURT.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-'This
is to give uoiico that on the twenty-second day of Feb?
ruary, A. b. 18G8, a Warrant in Bank: upteywa* issued
agalua! thu I stale ot HENRY H. LESESNE, of Man
uing, in thc Dis riot of clarendon, auu stat of South
Carolina, who'l.as bceu adjmig. d a Bankrupt, on his
owu petition ; that the parmODt cf any d bi? und doli>
ury of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him or fr his usc, and thciran.-f rot any property by
lum uro forbidden by law? th ita weetiiigof thu Cred?
itors of thc snid B.iukrupt, lo prove their debts, and io
eh ose one or more Agaiguecs of his Estate, will to
held at a Court of Baulrnipicy, lo bo holden at No f.9
llroad-fltreet. Charleston, S. C., before R. I). CAB
I'aNTER, Registrar, on the eighteenth day of March,
A. D. 1808. "at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marahal ai Messenger.
IN TUE DISTRICT COCKY OK THE
UNITED SLATES. FOR TUE DISTRICT OF
.IOUTH CA Ul :LIN A-IN I UL M V1 Ti R Ol" riiTLIP
McEI.VrEN, BANKRUPT.-BY WHOM A PETI?
TION POR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
W..S FILED ON THE 20TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1808, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
I lys is te give notice, that on tho twenty-second day
of February, \. D. K-t>8, u Warrant iu Bankruptcy
was ? sued iiL'ainsl .li" Enlato of PHILIP M..EL
Vi EN, of Clarendon iiiNiriet, and state of south
cardinia, who han been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition; linii thc payments ot any ch nt.- and
delivery dany uropcrty Dulong ug to said bankrupt,
lo him or for bis IMO, and tho tram-f.r ot auy prop
?rty by huu aru lo bidden by law; Unit a lueetiug ol
Ibo Creditors of ih- said Bankrupt, to prove their
d?lits, and to choose one o.' ninro \sfaii;iiecs of his
si.ile, will he held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bc
!n Iden at No 60 Dmad-strcet, marleston, s. C., be?
fore R. P. CARPENTER, Registrar, c n the eighteenth
.lay of March, A. D. 18?3, at 'J o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
February 25_ tu2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN T HE MATTER OF R AVEN?
EL s. HR A DWELL, BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A
PE'fl HON FOR ADJUDICA ?ION <:F EAMit.UPT
CY WAS EU EL) ON T TIE 20TU DAY OE FEBRU?
ARY. A. D. 1888, IN SAID COURT-IN I: iNKUUPT
cY.-Tola ts to yivc notice that on the fw i.t.j-sn omi
ttay nf Febru ry, A. D. 1808, a Warrant in Ba leran*
cy wai is.u.-d a,;aii the Eatetoof t;AVENEL s.
BRADWELL, ol' Stem in,;, in thc District uf Ol ren
don, and Statoof South Carolina, who has been ad?
judged a Bankrupt un bia own peiitionj that Ibepay
iii ul . f any di bte ami delivery oi any property he?
il iu:ing lo raid Bankrupt, tc him or for hi* use, and
the uauafer ol any property by him aro torbiddeu by
law: that a uie- tin-j ol the Crciitorsof thc said Bank?
rupt, to prove their debts, and toi boose one OT moro
Assignees of hu csla'c.-wUI be held at .-.Court of
Baukrni tey, to re holden at Ko. r.O l!ro.i -street,
Charleston, s. C.. before R. B. CARPENTEIC. Regis?
trar, on thc secaitcoiHt u'ny of March. A. D. 1888, at 2
o'clock P. M. J. P. M. EPPING.
United sintcc Marib.il as ticaaciigcr.
February 25 tu'J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DIsTRl T OF
SOU I B i AllOLIN \-IN T HE MATTER OE W^r. J.
j. ijFRAGE, BANKRUPT-BY VVH<.?M A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED OK TUE Uni ?'AV OE FEBRUARY,
A. D. ls.03. CN SAID OHRT-LA BANKttUPTCY.
'J his i- to give notice that on the i inclecnth day of |
February, A. D. 18C8, a Warrant in Ba ikruptey Was
issued agaiusl the l.stnin of WM. J. J. LIFRAGE, of |
-aPcr's Depot, iuthe liistriut of Wiiiiamsburg, und
-tate of : outh Carolina, who has bf eu adjudged a.|
Bankrupt on bia own petition; that thc payment of
any debts nnj delivery ot r.uy property belonging to
said Ban'.iiiipt, to bim or for his Bsc, and the trans?
fer of any property by hin* ave forbidden bylaw;
that a meeting of thu creditors of thc said Baukrupt,
to prove ihcir deblaaud lo choose one or mors As
ligue, s o? his E tate, will bo held at a Court of Bank?
ruptcy, to be holdcu at No. 59 broad-street, Charles?
ton, S. C., belore R. B. CARPENTER. Registrar, on
Ibe seventeenth day of March, A. D. 1808, at 12 o'clock
M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal, as Messenger.
February 25 tu2
L; -si E ASI? MANAGER. .. JNO. TEMPLETON.
Production of DION BOCUCICACXT'S greatest sensa?
A lt It A H ?IV A -POGUE!
With the distinguished Artistes,
MR. AND MRS. H. WATKIN8.
WHO B GMAIN BUT FOUR NIGHTS MORE.
TUS'<DA T EVENING, MARCH 8.
A It R A H - N A - P O G TJ E ,
(ABBAH OF TBE KISS),
THE UUCCESS IN THE GREAT CITIES 7
COX OFFICE OPEN.
USrSl Bi ET CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-?*}
Pi, ICES AS USUAL.
Doors open st 7 o'clock.Begin at 7& o'clock
TO AS MST IN PROVIDING A LIBRARY FOR
THE SUNDAY SCHOUL OF TRINI i Y CHURCH,
theladlei; of thc school and congregation propose
II edneso ay and Thursday Evenings next, March 4 ??. 5,
At thc Hall over the office ol the
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, MEETING-STREET.
The object in view bclufjoto which must meet thc
oudorsciacnt of ad int cre?-ted in tbo religious edu?
cation o' the youth of our community, the ladies
with ccrfldeuce invite thc attendance of their friends
uuil tho jubile.
Tho services of the POST BAND having boen en?
gaged, (jood musi-j will bo a i romincnt loature of
the eule .-toinincat.
REFRESHMENT TABLES v. Ul bo spread.
Admit sion 25 cent?; Cuildrcn 10 cents.
I >oora opened at Tjj o'clock. 3 March 3
^I>G ER HILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER OF KING AND MARKET STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATE Li
chan;.od hands, and bi newly refitted and supplied
with tho best of
LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Freshly imported Irom New York.
In co:iMUera:ioii of hard tunes tho price for luxu
rita will bo reduced.
Amateurs of thc ?;amc of Billiards are respectfully
invited to visit tho Saloon. January 17
THU iE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR SALE BY
ORO. VV. WiLLlAMo A CO.
Marc u 3 _ _3
CIT! OF CHARLES I ON STOCK
1 ends of tho staie ol SuuUi Carolina (old)
l lignes; price paid.
March 3 tuihs3 W. G. WH1LDEN A CO.
?ijOA AAA IO LOAN ON GOOD &ECURI
IiD--'-/?UUU TY at low ratea.
ANDREW ai. MORELAND. Broker,
Mari h jj _3 No^S Broad-street
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK AND
EONDi<. Ap ly to
JAMES AL S1?ACKELFORD. Broker,
Corner Lroad anil stale streets.
Mureil 2 _2_
HA?LIi?lAD DANK DILLS.
C1IT1' BILL.;, 'JU CENT.S ON THE DOLLAR
*t?U0n xtollroud Dank Bills tor salo by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
Febiuary2<J 3 No. 8 Broad-street.
T?ECi?S ON i\EW YOKK~
FOI SALE IN SUMS TO .SUIT PURCHASERS.
TIME lill.Ls UN NEW YoltK PURCHASED.
Adv, ucus made o?: c .utir.n.i.tDts of cotton and
lllotftc our irieuds in New York.
E. LAFITTE A CO.,
I'ubiuaryO Imo No. itu Brond-arcet.
r?H? QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL. 810,000,000 LY GOL J J.
TFHS RELLVDLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
again it loss or damage by Uro on BUILDINGS,
MLR'lHA.NOiZE, HUUSLbOLD FURNITURE,
I1ENTS, fcc, ut established latus.
Lotties promptly paid, without refercn.'e to Eng?
land. . GIB HES k CO., Agents,
NO', io Adder's .south Wharf.
October '2S . ratuGuio
Jf^GYAL. INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LA ROE KE?El.VE FUND.
i lie Ricks takon on Buildings, Produce, Merchan?
Losses promptly adjusted herc, without referenco
lo E.iglaud, lu Sterling er currency, at tho opUon of
thc iaaurcd. W. C. UEli i CO.. Agouti,
February'22 stu?b6nio Adder's North Wharf.
a iONT PAIL TO TR Y THE CELEBRA
JU TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK MN'S HE?
FA'! IC BITTERS, an unlading remedy for all Dis?
eases ol the Digestivo Organs ind the Livor. For
sale by all Druggist*.
|"YO VT FAIL TO 'i UV THE CELEBRA?
JU TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
I'AV.'?C BITTERS, au unfailing icuiedy for all Dis
east*ol tue Dig.-live Organs uni iL? Liver. Tor
sale by all DrUtfglftS.
? VON'T PAIL J O Tit Y THE CELE It II A
JU TED SOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S UK
l'A .'TC BITTERS, au uiil'atliug remedy for all Dis.
eas -s ol the l?ijj??tlvo Organs and lite Liver. For
hali b> ali Druggist*.
DO^*T 1 AIL TO THY THE CELEBRA?
TED S?UTUEUN TUNIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, ?'ii unfailing remedy for all Dia
caaas of thc Digestir? Organs and thc Liver. For
sal- i y all Druggists
T.OVT l-MIL TO TRY TILE CELEBRA
JJ TLD SOU1HERN IONIC, PAN UN IVS HC
i'A tic lilli EU:;, JU uufaUiug remedy for all Dia
entes ol tba Digestive Oigaus ami thc Liver. For
.sah by al. Druggists.
I VON'T FAIL TO TU V TUM CELEBRA?
Xt TED SOUTHERN L Oil IC, PANKNIN'S HE*
Iv fie UlTT.Eits, au uuiaulug remedy iortlloi=
eaiM!J <>! the Digest vo Organs a;.d thc Liver. For
sale by all Drugg ats.
DON"*.' FA IL TO - li V 1 HE CE LE li RA?
TED SOUTHERN TUNIC, FAN &N IN'S HE?
PATIC l.i i'i un uulalUng reined) lor all Di?
ca cs of thc Dhjo live urgaua and the Liver. For
c?:?j Ly a.I Druggists.
J VON'T FAIL TU THY THE CELECRA
JJ TED SOUTHERN 1'ONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
i- .?TIC BITTE L's, i.u UUiaiiiug remedy for all Dis?
cuses Of thu Digestive Orgau.i and the Liver. Tor
-a le by nil DruggLla
1 VONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELE CF \
1J TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S ):?
I'ATIO BITTI BS, an uulahing remedy foi-all ts*
cnn. h ul Hu Digestive Organs and tho Liver. . or
by ?Ul Dru gals a,
1 \ON'T FAIL TO l'RYTHE CELEBRA?
J J TED SOU'IHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dls
I ; ses ol the Digestive Or. ans and the Liver. For
s: le bv ail Druggists.
DOVT KAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TET* SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for nil Dis
eosea of the Digestive Organa aud the Liver. Tor
sale by all DrusHiars. lvr Novpudier27
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PCBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT FLOR
I EN CE. S. C.. offer? an excellent medium to
Merchants and cthir.- who ariah to exieiid their
beninese in the Pee I ice section ol the rt atc. Rule?
ni' ad vert ??lug very rfunonabK ?ept?>n)b*r 16
OttU?iieg uno ^?I??C?IUHC?U?
1 Ai'lA BALES FBI ME N. 3 HAT.
lVJUU For aale Dy
March 3 3 T. J. KERR b CO.
rn PAILS PRIME AND EXTRA LEAF LARD.
1J\J Landing, and for sa'e by
March 3 l R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
BACC'N SIDES, SHOULDERS, &c
Ki \ H HUS. H. AND C.^R. SIDES
50 hhda. choice Shoulders
50 bags prime Rio Coffee
25 bbiB. Molasses .
60 bl Ls. Flour.
La store, and for sale low by
." " JEFFORDS A CO.,
March 3 3 Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Ringe.
NEW CROP SUGARS AND MO
75 STOARSPRIME CH0ICE QR?CERY
40 hhds. Choice Muscovado Molasses.
Balance .-argo now landing ex brig "Altavela,"
from Matanzas, and foi*sale by
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
March 3_Nos. 143 and 146 hast Bay.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP,
1 AA HHDS. NEW CROP CUBA CLAYED
L\J\J 50 hhds, Muscovrfdo Clayed
100 bbls. Muscovado
100 bbls. Bee Hive Svrup. For sale by
" , GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
?y^ANTED TO PURCHASE 2000 BUSHELS
Apply to " JOHN CAMPSEN t CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposito atate-street.
March 3 tula
NEW CROP SUGARS AND MO
ff fiT HHDS PRIME AND CHOICE GEOOERY SU
i O GARS
4<) hhds. Muscovado Molasses
20 hhds. Clayed Molasses
- Balance cargo now landing ex brig "Altavela,"
from Matanzas, and lor sale by
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Nos. 143 and let East Bay.
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT!
JUST RECE1TKD JF1?OM BARACOA,
AND LANDING AT UNION WHARF,
1 O/lA BUNCHES BANANAS
IZUU 12,000 Plantains
3,000 Grape Fruit
8 br ls. Green Obiger.
Tho above will be s Jd cheap, at Nos. 66 and 67
MARKET-aTBEET. BART A WIETH.
And No. 26 MARKET-STREET.
February 29_4 B. PATTENL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
IMPORTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, in hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And for salo low by ^^^^
.' CLACIUS A WITTE,
January 13 3mos No. 86 East Bay.
ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND IRISH
ALES AND PORT c RS, '
OF RECENT DIRECT IMPORTATION, IN AND
OUT OF BOND. .
IN STORE I
- CASKS "ALLSOPV E. J. ALE, IN PINTS
- casks "Bass' " E. J. Alo, in pints (glass)
- casks "Jeffrey's" Sparkling Ale, ia pints (stone).
- CASKS "ALLSOP'o" ALE. IN PINTS (GLASS)
- casks "Byass' " Brown Stoat, pints and quarts
- casks "Byass* " Stout Porter, pints and quarta
- casks "FindlaterV' Porter, pints (glass)
- casks "Bass' " Ale, pints, (glaiss)
- casks "Knox A Son's" Ale, pints (stone).
For salo, at as reasonable price a as any market in
the United states, by
JAME1! BANCROFT, JB..
No. 96 East Bay, corner Accommodation Whsri.
TEAS, WIRES, BBAKDIfis EIC. .
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF
/>\ THE CUY, RAILROAD DEPOTS,
\<Y V FREE OF CHARGE.
GOODS V X>\
SOLD AT THIS \T
ABE OF THE v RSI^^^V
QUALITY. WE SELL HO\y|\
GOODS BUT WHAT CAN B\T\
WARRANTED AS PURE AND GENU-N^^ \
TERMS-CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. 275 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORtH AND BEAUFA1N.
900 Broadway, cor. 20lh-streei,
January 25 strath
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
of the above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
forms his friends and tho travelling public that it
has been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. The table vi 1 at all time* bc supplied
With THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, includ?
ing every delicacy in :- '.isou, whilo tho cuisine will
be unexceptionable, 'the Bath Rooms att-mbed to
thc Hotel arc supplied with the celebrated Artesian.
Water, and HOT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
bc obtained at a*ny time. Tho same attention wiL
bc paid to the comfort of thc RUO.SU as heretofore
.md travellers eau loly upou ?udin-j thc Chariest ?.
aotol equal to any in tho United Statc3.. Tho patt -
age of the travelling public ls respectfully solid
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January G 2mo Proprioto-.
.KT E W Y U It K HOTEL,
No. 721 BROAD WA T,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETH & CO., Proprietor?.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRbT-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the manacemcnt Oi J. B. MON NOT, Esq. aaa
moro recently undo;' tnat of HIRAM CiiANSlON A
c ., is now undet thc proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. UILDRSTH A T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the ?rru cl
D. M. H1LDRETH At CO.
Thc senior i.artner from his lou- exporienco s? a
proprietor of tb'> Veranda, St. t.o.us and sr. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, natters bimsal/ ihr.t he can
assure his fr.ends and ?ho public penara ly, t .at ita
former world-wide ropu?a?on as o popular nr:t- tass
Hoto, shall ho fully bustaiued under its t-rcseui
management, lyr* l ebruary li
QT. JAMES HOTEL.,
WM \ HURD .Of New Orleans
W. V. CORKER" ."..Ol Spott? wood Hotel, Richmond
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREE N VILLE, S. C.
I Ll 1 AH UTI J.
PBOPBIETOB OT TBS
SPARTANBUBO. S. C.