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N E NV S SU M MARY.
-At Liverpool Cotton closed quiet. Sales
10,000 bales; Uplands 10rd.
-Gold ttl ? 3 in New York yesterday 3tcady
-Cotton in New York dosed dull, heavy
and aiiuj-.t nominal. Sales 5000 bales at 20
-List cad of i;lci us smile,"' they say in Wash?
ington "let us impeach."
-Tour colored men were elected to the
Councils o? Memphis, Tenn., last Saturday.
-The '-Israelite," thc Jewish organ of the
West, denounces General Grant.
-There were fifteen hundro 1 people asian g
lor .-uar::;.- ?JO? m New York ono morning la?,
-MajorS. LI. Hillyer, formerly of tho Cou -
federate army, lately committed suicido in Ala?
-EdwardC. ilarkley, a well known printer
and publisher of Philadelphia, died recently in
-Thad. Stevens has not been able to leave
his house tor several days. He is reported to
be failing rapidly.
-The election in Memphis, on Saturday, re?
sulted :n tho success or the entiro Republican
ticket, by from nf: eon hundred to two thou?
-I; is stated that Julia Dean died in child?
birth. .-5Lif left very little property, her first
husband having squandered the fortune she
posse?scu when married.
-Chief Justice Chase is credited at Wash?
ington with saying that il would be a strange
thing to ?inpeach a man for a difference of po?
-William Cole, an Irishman, died in Hart?
ford, Sunday evening, nearly one hundred and
eleven years old. He was never sick, married
three r.mcs, and had uineteen children.
-A manufacturer in New York city is filling
an order for two hundred thousand thimbles at
eighteen cents per dozeu, for the managers of
a popular gift enterprize. " No blanks ! Every
ticket entitles tho holder to a present!"
-Cleveland having gained a great reputation
for the excellent care it takes of its poor, is
paying the penalty. Au old vagrant of seventy
six has walked all the way from Connecticut to
Cleveland to be taken care of.
-A horse-rlesh banquet is to be given in
New York city, to follow the example of P aris
and London. It is to be hoped that if horse?
flesh is introduced in America, it will cause a
reduction in tho price of beef.
RV-The Boston Traveller says: "At a private
dinner in this city a few days sinco tho table
presented a most unique and beautiful appear?
ance. There was a solid mass of flowers from
one end of the table to tho other, leaving just
room enough for tho plates at the edges, tho
guests being serged from side tables."
-Henry Deringcr, the inventor of thc pistol
which bears his name, died recently at Phila?
delphia, ased SI years. Ho won the friend?
ship of President Jackson, who was his guost
at times, and of subsequent Presidents and
notables at Washington, among whom were
prominent, Calhoun, Benton, Rusk and Sevier.
-lu the London Times of February 21st, a
declaration is published by over two thousand
Irish peera and gentry who give their signa?
tures ia Full, and who assert that they arc ag?
grieve.! by tlic presen: ecclesiastical settle?
ment it Ireland. Tho list of named fills nure
than three columns of that paper, and thc de?
clara:: or. is considered to bo an important
move i.eu: against the present irish Church
-Ec itucky bas 3 gold mino, and the news?
papers there are very jubilant but very my si li?
rions abont as the following, in a Louisville
newspaper, shows: "Hie discovery of anew
gold L.inhig region, superior to that ofCali
fornia in its palmiest days, within fifty miles of
Louisville-, ia Kentucky, will shortly create au
excitement far beyond anything ever witnessed
in this section. Wc are not at liberty to name
thc locality at present.9'
-In P;.ris there is a dealer in old clothes
who belongs to thc aristocracy of thc trade.
He sells only tho clothing of celebrated per?
sons. Among his present treasures arc men?
tioned ;i belt of Abd-el-Kader, a hat of Guizot,
thc lace handkerchief which M'me Rosine
Stoiiz lore to pieces m 1S43, when Paris hissed
her in the opera ot "Robert Bruce," a boot
once worn by Dejazet, and petticoais formerly
belonrjinr; to Taglioni and other stage celebri?
-A Washington letter to the Baltimore Ga?
zette says: A new movement among our poli?
tical managers is being developed, intended to
bring forward Chief Justice Chase as the Con?
servative candidate for tho Presidency. These
managers "ontendthat Judge Chase was origi?
nally a Democrat of tho otrictcst school, and
seceded from the party on thc abolition issue;
but as that issue is no longer in existence, he
now occupies a fair position to be made avail?
able in the next Presidential contest. Such is
the Mik among those who in great measure
run the party machinery, and a very decided
feeling is being created in favor of Judge
Chase as the nominee of thc Democratic party.
In the mean ame the Radicals arc not back?
ward in expressing their distrust of him as
the presiding ouicer in the Court of Impeach
nie:u. ar.d their fears are thal ho will yet
spo:'. their game, and allow the President to
-lim eas;- of thc Confed?rale ram Stone?
wall, in which thc United States bas instituted
an act; m against Mc - ?rs. Arman, Erlanger and
othcu, wil? come off in thc civil tribunal of
Paris tr; a few days. M. Arman :.-> a inciulx r
Of ?be Corps L?gislatif and a ship.milder, and
it was who contracted, in isca, to build and
strm u..:r steamers, ostensibly for tho Pacific
trade, out which were to be paid for by Mr.
Slid:", and were unlined ior thc Confederate
service. Their delivery was prcventeil by thc
interference of the United States Government,
and the vessels wore disposed of to Prussia
and P"-ru. But another contract was made,
the same year, for two rams, which were
finished and equipped, ono of which, under
tba pretext ol' a sa'..: to thc Danish Gov
erament, was banded over to Captain
P.;?e, of thc Com'.derate Denice,, who
manned it with thc ere? ot tho Florida,
took i: to Ferro!, Lisbon, and finally io
Havana, where i: came into thc hands of thc
United States. Tuc s:\-oud ram was sold to Pros
Bia in good faith. Thc- United States now de?
mand that t!i" sum. exceeding a minion and a
hali', paid tor the cousuuetion of these;vcsscis,
and an ind. -.unity of o\xr halt' a million, shall
be pa-id by the builder.-. It is claimed that the
United states alone can raise fleets ami annies
and levy taxes lor this purpose ; that the Con?
federate ?Siatca never had a legal existcuce, and
th* t consequently the money which w.is paid
for those vess<'s. being raised by taxation, vras
I part oj thc national property and must bore
stored. According to thc Ode Xapoloon.the Un?
ited States hoid that the contrae! with tho Con?
federate Slates wns illicit, and that the money,
being held in ba l Caith, must bc returned. The
claim for indemnity is hised upon tho injury
dono by helping to prolong thc war. by para?
lyzing the activity of om- maritime commerce
and by necessitating tho presence ol armed
vessels in French waters. Ia tho defence of
which 5r. Arman and his associates have pat in
their principal plea is that the action being ol
a political character thc : vari bas no jurisdic?
tion, and that even sap?x>sing their acts
amounted to a violation of the neutrality laws,
they, as French citizens in Franco, are respon?
sible to their own government and in no re?
spect to that of the United States.
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH li, 18CS.
A Tliorongh Soldier.
As was expect cl, the cry is already
raised that Genera! HANCOCK is an obstacle
to reconstruction, and n stumbling block in
the ptah of the ioy;i! Louisianians, lt is
suggested thai his resignation bc accepted
if it is offered, and that ar. additional article
of impeachment should declare thc Presi?
dent guilty ol' another high crime and mis
j demeanor in assigning General HANCOCK to
the command of the Fifth Military 1'istrict.
There is reason in luis hue and cry.
General HANCOCK has refused to make poli?
tics paramount to principle ; he has been
guided by law and not by fanaticism ; he
has declared civil law supreme, and has so
carried on the affairs of his department that
perfect peace, order, contentment and loyalty
have prevailed among the people. This
conduct has gained for bim thc respect of
every man in the South whose good opinion
is worth having, but it has lost for him the
favor and ftfl'cctiou cf a place-loving, virtue
No man can serve two masters. General
HANCOCK cannot bc honest and retain thc
potential affection ol' thc Arch-Radicals :
but by persevering in his present course he
Will secure lusting honor for his name.
Ii H ma ii Beauty.
How much fooiish thinking would bc
avoided by the simple expedient of denning
the terms wc emplcy ! We recently read a
brilliant sermon on the Church, when the
whole argument rested on a shifting quick?
sand, just because the preacher used all thc
meanings of the word indiscriminately, as?
cribing to a building what belonged either
to a believing congregation, or to an eccle?
siastical diocese, or to the entire body of
Christians on earth and in heaven.
Our attention has been called to an arti?
cle in thc Round Table characterized by the
same defect. The author, commending hu?
man beauty, confounds physical, intellec?
tual and moral beauty-treating them as
one. He ventures to assert that, taking the
average of humanity through, the hand?
some are usually the best, and vic versa that
the best are usually handsome. He is car?
ried into extravagances by thc desire to
promote physical training among thc males,
and taste among thc females of our country.
Now, wc may admit freely that exercise
and dress are helpful to beauty; but they
certainly do not create or even explain it.
If thc arts and manly games of ancient
Greece co-operating with its benignant cli?
mate and fine landscapes, gave the perfec?
tion of face and figure, to what must wc
attribute the beauty ofthe ancient Britons,
whom Rope GnEGORV likened to the angels '.'
Or how shall wc explain the beauty that
Howers out, now-a-days, in certain locali?
ties, as in thc Caucasus, in Roland, in Ro
hemia, in Rhode Island, in Maryland, lt is
easy to devise general theories upon the
suhject; but it is not so easy to explain the
facts. And it is impossible to come to any
intelligent conclusion upon thc subject when
all sorts of beauty are confounded as in
(he article to which we have referred.
A very limited acquaintance with aesthet?
ics and ethnology .suffices to show that moral
and intellectual beauty is quite distinct
from physical proportion. Physical beauty
is usually the outward expression of perfect
health-it is the beauty of form and color.
Spiritual beauty consists in expression.
The type of thc one is the Greek Apollo;
that of tho other may be a Hat-nosed, stun?
ted SOCRATES-thc noblest philosopher and
moralist of the heathen world. The one is
represented by the Caucasian; the other by
thc European. Thc one may be fouud in
an antique statue; thc other finds ?its best
expression in the modern civilized and
Christianized mau. Thc features and figure
of the one could bc worked out by a ma?
chine; those of the other ure as plastic and
variable as the moods of mind. The body
yields to the mind as the tree to the winds
and climates; but no two minds are alike.
If we cultivate health we shall attain
beauty of form; if wc cultivate intellect and
practice virtue, we shall attain beauty of
Rut besides these kinds of beauty, there
is the beauty of dress and fashion. This
has no law except mat of modesty and pro?
priety. Within these limito tuc rat.gc is
wide enough. Beauty of face and form is
enhanced by variety of manifestation-now
by easy yet not bold display-aotv by veils
and hall concealments-now, even by angu?
lar contrasts as the soli bloom arises from thc
rough calyx of the moss rose. All that is
necessary in fashion is thc avoidance of any
prostitution ol' natural beauty, such as at?
tends thc exposure of the person, or thc
usc of powders fur the hair and skin, paints
for t!.e face, racks and tortures for thc waist
and foot. Tuc last two requirements need
lo bc insisted upon ia Atneri< a. A full waist,
such as all thc line staines of antiquity dis?
play, is essential to beauty. A good sized
foot corresponds to :; well developed figure.
It is painful to observe with what persis?
tence many o? our fair country vvtynien strive
to convince us that ?cy are crippled and
SITUATION WANTED BY A lt ESPEC?
TABLE WHITE FEMALE RS Child'? Nurse; and
can do Plain Scwiag, aaa mi.V.e hersaligen nilly uso
fu!, and has co objection to travel tr. an" part* of
States. Can he d?cn tor twa days at ND. UK'. KING
STREET, near Broad. _ !.' March IS
WANTED. BY A KESI'Et'TABLE PER?
SON, a situation of nay kind; will tal:" a plac?
as porter or watchman ; has a thorough knowledge
cf thc drug i usiucss. Cn give '.lie uest 01" r?f?r?
ence. Address "E. H.," Newn Cilice.
Mardi io ; f'
?SMMEI), i'.Y A YOUNG LADY IN
>V reduced circumstances, a situation as GOV?
ERNESS ?or small children, or as companion foran
invalid. She .< wiil-ng to as-isi ir. sr-wine, or hense
kecpinfr, and has DO obj< ittion io leave thc '-i'.:-". Sal?
ary is not so mr.cli an object a* a good homo. Thc
bes! references gireu refluir? Address M. IL,
ear^ ol p. 0. Box No. 277. Chariest ra, s. . '.
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TXrANTED. BT A SOl'THERX LADY.
VV who has had several years' experience in
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tinnily in the e?y or country. Will teach tho u*=ual
English branches; also, Music and French. Best
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iii Petersburg, Va. Imo* February 17
VI'ANTED, A FEW" GOOD AGENTS FOR
\V our Publications, including .-onie ot thc most
popular and saleable Hooks and Engravings publish?
ed. BRADLEY & CO., Publishers, No. ?ii North
February 15 Into*
"ITTANTED, OLD BOOKS.-TWO COPIES
VV of tbe following book or tract: "JOURNAL
OF MAJOR GEORGE WASHINGTON, - tnt by Hon.
lt. Diuwiddic, kc, kc, to the Commandant of thc
French i orces in Ohio," ftc., printed in Williamsburg,
Va., 1751. Twenty-five dollars will oe pa'd for each
copy in good order. Wanted, also, any Books relat?
ing to ?.Washington'" published before 182U; Burk's
History ol' Virginia, 1 vols. Address
No. 31 Nassau-street, New York
February 13 lino'
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY. A
Situation as Governess, or to lake charge of a
Female Academy, in North or South Carolina, she
eau teach all the English Branches usually taught in
Southern Institutions; also Music, and thc Rudi?
ments ol French, and is capable of preparing young
ladies for college. Good references can be given.
Address, ?tating salary, Miss "A. J. C.," Wilming?
ton, N. C. January 8
FOU SALE, A Yt
SPRING WAGON with Lines and Harness al?
most now. Apply at No. 192 ST. PHILIP-STREET
TO PUBLISHERS AMD JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPE and JOH MATERIAL
for sale, in lots to suit purchase ns. Terni* reason?
able, and cash. Also, a flue HAND PRESS, price $250;
au Adam-;' Power Press, pri?e $1500; ;iu-l a Curd
Press, price $100. Apply to F. G. Dr.FONT.UNE,
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REMOVAL.-.INO. Kl (.UKI M Kit HAS
removed his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
from No. 50 AN SON-STREET to No. Ill KTNG
STREET, s few doors north of Queen.
February '28 fm wi mo
PHI VATE BOARDING FBOM 86 TO S8
per week, and ROOMS TO RENT from id to $8
per mouth, by Miss PHILLIPS, No. 52 Magazine
street, opposite Franklin-street. February 5
REMO VA L-uSAROI N G.-M RS. A.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
lishment from No. BB Church-street to No. 7'J BROAD
STREET, is now prepared to lurnish Board to a lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms mod
rate. December ll
HERETOFORE S?BSIS1ING UNDER THE
name Ot JOHN FRASER k CO , has been dis?
solved as of date tho 31st December, 1807. Either of
tho undersigned will use the partnership signature
THEODORE D. WAGNER.
WILLIAM L. TRENHOLM.
' FREDERICE FANNING.
BENJAMIN F. HUGElt.
FROM AXD AFTER
THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CON?
STITUTE thc firm ot JOHN FRASER ? CO.,
and will continue the business of that house.
THEODORE D. V," A OS ER.
BENJAMIN F. HUGER,
Charleston, S. C., 2d March, ISoa.
FORMERLY EXISTING BETWEEN THEODORE
?. WAGNKit. JAMES T.WLLSMAN,CHARLES
K. PRIOLEAU, WILLIAM L. TRENHOLM ami
JUUN Ii. ARMSTRONG, under these, le ol FR iSER,
i RENHULM A: co., at Liverpool, ia the County oi
Laucaste:-, is dissolved by mutual consent aa trout
the lltb November, lSt*?7.
The business Ibrnieriy carried on by lbs above
partnership will, lrom and alter ibo present ? e, be
louditctcd bv the nudcrsigucd uu?er :!:J . I J ol
FRASER, 1KENHOLM .v. cu.
C. K. PRTOLEAU.
J. U, ARMSTRONG.
Liverpool, 1st January, loOs.
Maren 3 C mwri
HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED INTO CO-PART?
NERSHIP AS MERCHANTS, under ;be Dame
of GEORGE A TRENHOLM ? SON, and have open?
ed their Counting House in thc Suite Rani; Building,
at thc corner of Broad and East l ay sirfcis.
GEORGE A. 1KENHOLM.
WM. L. TRI.XHOLM.
Charleston, March 2. lsG-j. Ciuwt:t March 3
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME
of CART, KOPFF & JERVEY, is this diy dis?
solved by mutual consent.
lhe unfinished business ol thc finn will be attend?
ed to by Mr. P. G.-CART, Who it) authorized to sign
thc name of the finn in liquidation.
FRANCIS G. CART?
H. C. AI. KOPFF.
March 5, lads. LEWIS JERVEY.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENTWOR?H-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHU UGH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, HEADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December jj C. H. BERGMANN.
J. REEVE GIBBES*
PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING TAL ORT IN
FIFTEEN Oil TWENTY LESSONS OF
ONE HOUR EACH.
THIS INSTRUCTION IS PURELY PRACTICA!;,
being taught entirely on thc system of every
day business, as Merchant. Factor, Jobbiug bu.-i
ttcss r.ud ll echa ni cal pursuits.
Writing and Commercial Calculations will also bc
Sterling Calculations, Frincs reduced t-j Sterling
and Federal Money, Investments ol Gold in J" deni
Money, Federal Currency into Gold. Divestments
of Gold, ?Vc, and aU needful iufortnatiouto perfect
gcutleincn ami youths ior entering iu'.o business
willi prospects ol success.
SYSTEM is tuc ihvttliiug langlit tn my .School,
and, without it, m> one H a nosiness mau.
J- REEVE GIBBES,
No. IC BROAD-STILEET.
January 1J IHWIQUUM
Jost aub /?utt?.
LOST. SUAUiWMRRB ON lL'.XU or
Wentworth streets, ? LEATHER WALLET,
containing about -ss in ansi] bills, and sonic private
papers oi tio value except to thc owner. The finder
will confer a favor, and may beep tko motley, ii he
Will leave the papers addressed to "J. M." ai tile
OFFICE oF 1HE DAlLY*NEWsj. February 15
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
ISPIBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AX cl 50
per year, in advance. Ad rertiscmcnt* inserted
at usnal rates. G. E. ELFORD.
Miv lu iCJiior and Ptot/rietor,
FOK HIRE-Fr.ASTATIO.V, WAGON
AND MULES.-The placo is convenient to thc
?ty, prepared tor cotton; a few acres are set with
potatoes and Oats, and hards under contract for
" W. ?*1M> Will con truno to work nn the terms agreed
on. A goed cuauce tor an industrious niau with a
sinai! capital APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
March ll ^
FDR. RESIT, A DELIGHTFUL. COT.
TAGE, with ?our square rooms, two good attie
rooms pantry, storeroom, amiplc kitchen and ser
T*K i ,iMr*Inel>fSi stables and carriage bou-r. and
ric i"|:ii;;; garden. Possession given on tho loth,
jnqniic nf GOODRICH. WISEMAN ?: CO., on; ositc
Cha neston Hotel, or address Postoflice Box 289.
March 12 ?5
T0?vf'a:T' A 5UIT OF VE KY PLE.AS
i A,^nt,d desirable ROf)MS with piazza attach?
ed. Kuchen and servant*' rooms to be had lhere it
required. Rent moderate, and apartments very de?
sirable lor gentleman and wife. nr srmill f.imilv.
-, l83SZ ,at ^ OFFICE, or on thc premise s, Xe.
50 COMTN-G^TREET. 2* March 12
TO REXT, A STORE, AT THIS BKXD
ol King-street. Apply to IL H. RAYMOND,
corner nf Battery and Water-street.
March io G*
TO REXT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
r.? 4 Msay-atroet Also, A STORE AN:>
HOUSE, No. 10 Archdalc-su-eet. Applv to
Ft uruary 25 Corner King and John streets.
FOR K1?\T. PAKT OF A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in the south?
western portion ot the city, consisting of a suite ot
three or lour spacious rooms on the first tloor, with
kitchen and servants' aparlnicuts. Terms mode?
rate. Address "A," Daily News Ollicc.
Uotircs in panhruptci).
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
OT1ED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
bUUT H CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JAMES
C. REMUEE'!', BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A PE?
TITION F??E AD-Il'DICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 20IH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 18C8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY. -
This is to gar notice that on the tweutjf-uinth tay nf
F-hruary, A. D. 1;-6S, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued ugain-' tile Estate ol' JAM LS E. REM*
BEET, ul' Sumter Districr, and State ol' South
Carolina, who has b.?o adjudged a Bankrupt on
Ins own petition; lhat the paymeut ot any
debts and delivery ot any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him or tur his u-e, and the frans
1er ol' any property by him arc lorbiddeu by law ;
that a meeting of thc creditors of the .-aid Baukrr.pt,
to prove their debts and to choose one or more As
signet s o:'hi< E-tute, will be held ata Court of Bank?
ruptcy, to be holden at No. 59 llroad-ftreet, Charles?
ton, Sj. C.. beloi" R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on
the twentieth 'lay >.f March, A. D. 18(W, at ll o'clock
A. M. * J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED ST A IES, FOR TUE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
CHARLES M. HURST, BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A
PETITION EOE ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 2">7H DAY OF FEUHUARY.
A.D. 1HCS. TN SAID CUCHT.-IN BANK RUP 1C Y. -
This is to give notice th.it on the eleventh Jay <>f1
Marci, A. D. ISIS, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
i.-sued against the Estate ol CHARLES H. HURST,
of Sumter District, and State of South Caro?
lina, who has bi cu adjudged a Bankrupt on
his own petition; that the payment ol' any
debts aud d. livery ot any property belonging
sa:d Bankrupt to him or lor bu use, and the trausler
oi any property by him are torbidiii u by law ; that a
meeting nf tile Creditors of the said Bankrupt to
prove I heir debts and to choose one or mote As.-ign?es
of his Estate, will bc held at a Court ol' bankruptcy,
tn be beiden at No. SO Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
firs'. Jay nf .In, T, A. D. 1S0S, at ll o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPP1N?.
United Slates Marshal aa Messenger.
March 10 _1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP1 THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JAMES
ROSS DYE. BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A PETITION
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 20rn DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D.
1888, IN SAID COURT-INBANKRUPTCY.-This is
to give notice that on the eleventh day nf March,
A. D. 1808, a Warrar.t in Bankruptcy was issued
against the Estate of JAMES l.'OSS DYE, of Camden,
in thc District of Kershaw ind State of South
Carolina, who bas been au. 'ged a Bankrupt
on his own petition; that i payment of !
any debts and delivery ot any p. Tty belonging
to said Bankrupt, to him or for : us-, and the
ttansfcr of any property by bim ai . vbidden by
law; that a meeting of the Creditors o- c said Bank?
rupt, to prove their debts and to choos me or more
Assignees of his E.-tatc, will be held a . court of
Bankruptcy, to bc holden at No. 59 L d-strcet, ,
Charleston, S. C., before R. B. CARPENTi . Regis- I
trar, on thc twenty-seventh day of March, A. J. 1SGS,
at ll o'clock A. M. J. P. M. EPPING.
Umtcd States Mar.-hal as Messenger.
IV THE DISTK1CT COURT OK TH IC
UNITED STATES-FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF IRBY
S. WELLS, BANKRUPT-RY WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 20TH DAY OF FEBRU?
ARY, A. D. 18G8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-This is to give notice that ou the ffth
day of March, A. D. 18GS, a Warrant in Bankrupt?
cy was issued against thc Estate of IRBY S.
WELLS, of Sumter District, and Slate of South Caro?
lina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis own
petition; that the pay nie nt of any debts and delivery
ot any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him
or for his use, and tho initialer of any properly by
him are lorbiddeu by law; that a meeting of the
Creditors of the said bankrupt, lo prove their debts,
and to choose one cr mero Assigne es of his esiu'e,
will be held at a Court ol Bankruptcy, to beholden
at No. 5'j Broad-street, Cliarleston, S. C., before lt.
li. CARPENTER. Registrar, on the Ivxnty-fin: day
of March, A. D. 1888, at 1 o'clork P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
March 9 infS
Q Li. .HOSES, H. D., H03REPATH1C
O? PHYSICJA.N. Residence Northwest corner of
K.ng a-nl Morrl* t tract?. Office hours until 9 A. M.,
and noni 7 to UP. M. .March 12
I\OXT FAIL TO Ti* V THE t ELEBKA
/ TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANK MN'S HE?
PATIC RITTERS, an unlading remedy lor .-.ll Dis?
eases ol the Digestive Organs and the Liver, ?'or
sale by all Drugi:Uti-.
DON'T FAIL TO ?KA THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONK, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, JU unfailing tcincdy tor ail Dis
eases of tile Digestive Crgans and the Liver. Tor
sale by all Druegis
DOX'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN KN IN'S HE?
PATIC BIT! ERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and thc Liver. 1'or
salo by all Druggists.
DO.VT FAIL TOTRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTUERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an uufaibhg remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and thc Liver. For
sale oy all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN KN IN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases ol tuc Digestive Organs and thc Liver. For
salo by all Druggists._
DON'T FAIL TOTRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy lor all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TOTRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an uufailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sole by ull Druggists. _
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC RITTERS, an unlaiiiug remedy for all Dis?
eases ol' the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggies
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOIJTDSRN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, aa nn fail lng remedy for all Dis?
hes ot theDigc e Organs and the Liver, ?or
sale by all Lr
DON'T FAIL TO THY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU i HERN TOXIC, PANKNIN'S. HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unl'-iliu;,' r nicely h.-all Dis?
eases ot thc Digestive Organs und the Liver, lor
saie by all Druggists.
I viiiVT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA*
JJ TET? SOOTHERS TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
P \ i IC BITTERS, HO unfailing remedy for all Ris
_-cs Of the Digestive Orgiws and the Liver. For
sale by all DroggLsts. hr November 27
t REWARD OF FIFTY DOLLARS WILL
Xl bc paid for information 'coding to tho discov
erv and appr?hension o: tl' ; craoii or persons who
ye-terur.v drove .: usilinlJ - keyhole Ol the Advcr*
Using Box oi the CHA: stats DAILY NEWS, ?it the
corner of East Bay aud Bread streets.
i ebruory 12 ^
fltE?tClL?XTS AiVU BUS1MBSS SIMS
1TAHO DESIRE TO SECURE TRADE FROM
VV timi rieb Cotton country, Southwest Geor?
gia, would do well to ailrerttac in the
Au old-established newsuaper, published at thu
flourishing li- tl- city of i awson, iu thc heart ol this
rich Cotton bcd. Having thc largest circulation
ot any paper is thia section, it olfers cxira indneo
ui' Uts to advertiser!,
u?>- Pnbiiched weekly at $2 per annum. Adver?
tising rate? moicrite. ULAM CHRISTIAN,
December li Dawson, Ga.
S LA CA.VDE?R LODGE, No. 30, A. F.M.
ARECOLAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lotice will be held J*?** (Friday) Keening, at
Masonic Hall, at t\i o'clook.
By order W. Ml .J. S. RHODES,
March 13 1 Secretary.
TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OE
UNIVERSITY PLACE, TENS.,)
February 24th, 18G8. J
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES OF
xi. the University of thc South will bc held in
Savannah, Georgia, on thc first of April next, at 7
A lull attendance is most earnestly requested, as
business of the utmost importance is to be transact?
ed with a view to the early opening of thr> institu?
tion. TV. M. GREEN,
Chancellor Universitr of the South.
March ll 15*
"TT'ISIIING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS,
V of the latest style, and engraved In a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern wort.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of everj description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPH [NO in all its
Also. STENCIL PLATES CUT, INK A? D BRUSHES.
Call aud examine specimens at
No. 00 IIasel--treet, Charleston, S. C.
March 4 _ (mo
"J_"? 01. MARSHALL: ot BROTHER,
REA J. ESTATE A GENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BBOAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, fcc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?Z-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, ic, every
W'tJn'ttlay. " October ia
".g L. BARRE.
HEAL ESTATE, STOCK AND E ECHANGE BRO?
No. 1? East Bay,
January 1 _3mo
T> FOLEY'S .
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. CS MARKET-STR.EFT,
CHARLI?STON, S. C.
Where mar be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND BRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
dcrtbirts, Vests r.nd Pantaloons, Z rowers and Socks,
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and caps, Trunks, Carpet Bags.
Valises. Atc. February fl
J Y . *W ESTEKVELT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT, CROKER AND
NO. 35 BROAD-STREET.
Real Estate Securities, ic, bought and sold on
commission. Particular attention is paid to the
collection of Rents and other dues.
March ll wfmlmo
jyruriRAY ROBINSON, nr.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
ROBINSON i CO.Orangeburg.
Several SMALL PLANTATION'S, from 350 to 800
acres, for sale. Jmw Imo February 14
JQRUGS AND MEDICI* ES,
FRESH BY EVERY S TEAMER.
E. H. KELLEKtf & CO.,
Xo. 131 MEETING-STREET,
CHAP, LUS TON. j.e.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Always on hand a large as; ot (ment of DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet
Physicians' Orders fiUcd promptly and at the low?
est market rates.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D. H BAER, M. D.
February 16 inwf
Vy ILLIAM H. GILLIL.'LXD ?i SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. AUCTIONEERS
COMMISSION MEI CHANTS.
OFFICE No. 33 E A YNE-STREET,
Seut'-mbi r ?
I L L I S di CHIS OL M,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign an 1 Domestic Portal cf
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER A?."D NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CB ARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. H. CH1SOLM
MIMI FARMERS AND OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEAKS,
BUTTER, CHEESE, E-'iGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL FLAX,
COTTON", FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, &c, ?cc
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 412 W ASHLI1 GTON-STREET,
New York City,
And receive bis weekly I RICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the mo.st complete Prico Cur?
rent pub'.i.-Lcd in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and ards Furnished Free.
LIBEtl.VL ADVANCES HlDi: ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, leoo.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March lc yr
T HEUER' S
FASHIONABLE JABBER'S SALOON,
No. "JJ MARKET-STREET,
fcouth side, between Kiny and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, ha been thor?
ough!;.- trained to his ')usincs?. and is prepared to
serve his triends and thc public generally ia tbesove
rul branches of his art, viz.
&c, tc, frc.
_ ^ Amusements.
LESSEE AND MANAGER. .. .JKO. TEMPLETON.
THE GREAT SENSATION.
Extraordisary Hay! Production of Risteri's
As cnly played by Ristori, Mrs. Lander, and the
Who will appear
THIS (Friday) EVENING, MARCBVi,18C8
In her Matchless Historic Personation,
ELIZABETH, QUEEN OF ENGLAND.
FOR HER GRAND BENEFIT,
Greatest ai traction over presented here.
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN.
^STREET CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-"?3
PRICES AS USUAL.
Doors open at 7 o'clock.Begin at 7?i o'clock
March 12 _
"?lLLXARDS E XTR AO R DI NA KY
ADGER BILLIARD ROOMS, CORNER OF
KING AND MARKET STREETS,
H. P. BUTLER, OF THESE R003IS,
"PUGG," OF "GADENHOFS SALOON.
THE GAME TO BE ONE THOUSAND POINTS
UP, CAROMA The latter to rewire 423 odds in the
Game. To crnmence at eight o':lock.
Admission 25 cents. 1 March 13
^DGER BILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER OF KLNG AND MARKET STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATELY
chanced baud?, and is newly refitted and supplied
with the best ot
LIQX'ORS AND SEGARS,
Freshly imported from New York.
In consideration of hard times the price for luxu
rios wiU bc reduced.
Amateurs of the pame of Billiards are respectfully
invited to visit the Saloon. January 17
MARCH, 1868.-NOW RE*.DY, THE
FOLLOWING WORK, ccntainiug 1033 closely
printed large octavo pages, wei- bound in law sheep.
THE LAW REGISTER,
COMPRISING ALL THE
LA WYERS JN HIE UNITED STATES.
THE STATE RECORD,
State and County Officers, the Organization, Juris
diction and Terms of the Courts for every State
THE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY FOR THE
Officers of the Federal Government, the Duties of
the Several Departments, Sketches or all the
Members of Congress, the Officers and
Terms of the Federal Courts.
THE COLLECTOR'S ASSISTANT
Laws for Collecting Debts, Executing Deeds, Verify?
ing Claims, and Taking Testimony, with Forms
lor every State, with much other Useful In?
formation, the whole constituting an
Official and BUSINESS MANUAL.
PREPARED FR01I OFFICIAL RETURNS BY
Of thc New York Bar, Secretary of the Merchants'
Union Law Company.
NEW YORE: Published b.v the Merchants' Union
Law Company, No. 128 Broadway, Third Floor (in
thc American Exchange National Bank Budding).
Thc Book will he sent, prepaid, to any address in
tho United States on receipt of TEN DOLLABS; or it
will be forwarded by express, with biR, to be paid
From ALES. W. RANDALL, Postmaster-General;
ST. JOHN B. L. SKINNER, First Assistant Post?
master-General; JOSEPH H. BLACKFAN. Chief
Clerk Postofflce Department
WASHINGTON, D. C., February 24, 1868.
John Livingston, Esq., Secretary Merchants' Union
Lau Company, ?Vio York :
DEAB SIB-Your new "Law Kcgister and Official Di?
rectory," just issued, appears to have been very care?
fully prepared, and we think may bo o*' great service
in the transaction of the misinos of this Department.
The work will doubtless prove valuable to every offi?
cial, banker, merchant and business man.
ALEX. W. BAND ALL,
ST. JOHN ii. L. SKINNER,
First Assistant Postmaster General.
JO>EPH H. BLACKFAN,
Chief Clark Postoffice Department.
From Hun. Francis E. Spinner, Treasurer of ?i
WASHINGTON, D. C., February 24, 1808.
John Livingston Esq., Secretary Merchants' Unwn
Law Com puny :
DEA:: SUI-1 he IJC:W '-Law Register and Official Di?
rector} . " just issued, appears to have becu very care
fully prepared, and wo lind it of great service in the
transaction of the business of this Department. We
think tue work would be a valuable acquisition to,
and should be on thu desk of every prominent offi?
cial, banker, merchant anu business mau.
March 9 li F. E. SPINNER, T. U. S
J^USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST OF
BAKER-The Nile Tribntanes of Abyssinia, and
the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs. By Sir
Samuel W. Baker, with illustrations. 1 vol., 8 vo. $6.
AGASSE2; a Journey in Brazil. By Professor and
Mrs. Louis Agassiz, with 20 illustrations. 1 vol.,
3 vo. $5.
QUEEN VICTORIA-Leaves from the Journal of
our Life in the Highlands from 1848 to 1801, to which
are prefixed aud added Extracts from the same jour?
nal giving au account of Earlier Visits to Scotland
and Towna iu England and Ireland, and Yachting
Excursions. 1 vol., 12 mo. S1.75.
MOTLEY; a History of the United Netherlands
(Vol. 3), from the Assassination of Henry IL to the
Conferences at Gertruydenbcrg, 1590-1600. hy John
Lathrop Motley, author of "Risc of the Dutch Re?
public." 1 vol., 8 vo. $3 50.
DuCHAILLU-Stories of thc Gorilla Ccuntry,
uorrated for young people. By P. B. DuChaillu.
1 vol., 12 mo. SI.75.
PENDERGBAST-The Cromwelban Settlement of
! Ireland, with 3 Maps. 1 vol., 12 mo. S1.50.
I HOGG-The Microscope, its history, construction
and application, beiug a iamiliar introduction to the
use of the instrument cud tho study of microscopical
science, with 5u0 engravings and colored iUustra
tions. By Jabez Hofjg. 6th edition. 1 vol. S3.50.
TIMBS; a History of Wonderful Inventions, Irom
the Mariner's Compass to the Electric Telegraph,
illustrated. 1 vol. or 3 vo. S2.J0.
STRICKLAND-Lives of tho Queens of England
from the Norman Conquest. By Agnes Strickland.
Abridged bv the author. 1 vol., 12 mo. S2.
NEW NOVEiiS-Playing for High Sukes, by Annie
Thomas, 25 els. Guild Court, a London Storv, by
Geoige Macdonald, 50 cts. Thc Brother's Bet, by
Emilie Carlen, 25 tts. The Huguenot Familv, by
Sarah Tyler, SI.50. Mabel's Progress, by author of
Auut Margaret's Trouble, 50 cts. The Wuterd.dc
Neighbors, by author of Paul Massie, 50 cts. Stone
Edge, 25 els. Birds of Prey, by M. E. Braddon, 75
cts. Circe, or Three Acts in thu Lifo of an Artist, by
White, CO eta. Tho Cinate's Discipline, by Mrs. EU
vurt, ?0 ct.-:. Old >ir Douglas, by llou. Mrs. Norton
75 cts. Eba or spain Fifty Years Ago, oy Caballero,
?1.75. A Stormy Life, by Lady Gooryanna Fuller
tou, S2. Couut Mirabeau, au historical novel, by
Theodore Mundt, SIM. Napoleon and Blucher, 1 y
LouisJ M?lbach, 3L50. Napoleon and the Queen of
Prussia, by Louisa M?lbach, S1.50. The Empress
Jos?phine, by Louisa M?lbach, $1.50. Fairy stories
ior Li.tle Children, by Mrs. Comiort, SI. Home Fairy
Tale?, translated from the French of Jean Mace,
$1.73. 1 cbruarv 5
rjTUlK SEW YORK
LIFE JNS CHANCE COMPANY.
1S?S, JANUARY 1, ASSEi'S.S0,109,7G3
INCOME PAST YEAR.3,?01,*300
INTEREST ON INVESTMENT.487,339
LOSSES BY DEATH.GGO,HSS
ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS, in proportion to,
and iuacasing with, thc agc of thc policy. For far?
ther particulars, apply to
AGENT F;B SOUTH CAROLINA.
February 17 mwflmo No. 51 Broad-street.
Ji?xocmts ?it? ?isctMms.
)AnA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN LARGE.
jXjyjyj filled sacks, and ira fine condition,
nding, and for sale by
W. S. SMITH k CO.,
Marcb 13___Napier's Bange.
;0E.\ ? OATS ! HAT ! FLOUR ?
\f\i IA BUSHELS PRIME GEORGIA AND
)UUU TENNESSEE CORN, in depot and to
lou bushels Prime White Baltimore Corn, in bulk
OOO bushels P; ime Western Mixed Corn
ooo ijusiicip Prime Maryland Oats, m bulk an-J bags
OOO bales Prime Hay.
GROUND AT CAMPJEN MILLS,
'AJAOT'HEALA A?!1* .SUPEB FL0UB> GBI8T
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
March 13 l* Markct-strcet, opposite State.
CORN AND BACON.
L200 f]olNELsmME^HlTE MiT*0
20 Uris, choice Sidea and Shoulders.
Landing per steamer Sea Gull, and for sede by
R- M. BUTLER
March 13_2 North Aaggjgjk
CORN, CORN AND OATS. *
Zf\f\f\ BUSHELS WHITE TENNESSEE
J\J\J\J 3500 bushels Mixed Tennessee
2000 bushels Baltimore Flint
1500 bushels White Baltimore
1500 bushels Heavy Baltimore Oats
350 bales prime h astern Hay.
For sile by J. W. SPBAGUE & BRO.,
March 19 2 No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
BACON. HAMS, FLOUR, &e.
OA AAA LBS- BACON SIDES
?\J*\J\J\J 500O lbs. SHOULDERS
5 casks Sugar Cured Hams
2 casks Sugar Cured Shoulders (Bagged)
100 bbls. Flour
30 boxes Factory Cheese.
For sale by WM. GURNEY,
_Majchll_3_No. 102 East Bay.
LITERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
OAAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, JUST
???\J\J\J received per ship "Hcpe," for salo
in lots to suit purchasers.
Apply to ROBT. MURE & CO.,
March 0 Boyce's Wharf.
FISH ROES ! FISH ROES ?
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
FISH ROE?, at $1 and 81.25 per dozen.
MARMALAIDE, quarter boxes, at 80 cts. per dozen.
BANANAS at 15 cts. per dozen, by
MES. C. D. KENRICK,
MarchO_6_No. 83 Markeu-treet.
PRIME EASTERN HAT.
fr*AA BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY, NOW
y"" landing from brig "Maggie VaiL" at
Brown & Co.'s Wharf, and for sale very low from the
wharf in lots to snit purchasers.
Apply to ROBERT MURE t CO.
IP?TATOES AND HERRINGS.
Z(\ BBLS. CHOICE NOVA SCOTIA POTATOES
0\J 300 boxes Extra Scaled Herrings.
Just receivea per brig " Maggie Vail," and for sale
low while landing, by R. MURE A CO.,
March 5 Boyce's Wharf.
1AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT-LARGE
1UUU 6 ac ks. For sale by
March 1 T. J. KERR & CO.
CONSTANTLT ON HAND,
IMPORTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, in hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And lor sole low by
CLACTUS & WETTE,
January 13 3mos No. 86 East Bay.
RAA BUSHELS EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED
OUU It is warranted genuine and of finest
quality. Apply to
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO..
North Atlantic Wharf,
February 7 fmw2mo
jO^ ALBANY ^
CREAM -A. L E.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
agents for the sale of the above celebrated
ILE, which will bo delivered free of drayege to any
)otnt in Charleston. They will be in receipt weekly
if (. full and fresh supply.
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON,
January 24 imw3mos No. 1C7 East Bay
PLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
pLANTEBS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVAN?
TAGE to try the fine variety of PLOUGHS made in
BROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL.
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE END HALF SHOVEL
BULL TONGUES, Etc.
These Ploughs ore cheaper than any other now offer?
ed to thc market, and bavo given general satisfaction
to aU who have used them.
THREE CLASSES OF CORN MILLS
liado to suit the present reduced purses of the plant
2rs, and CASTINGS of aU description to order.
A liberal discount made to the trade.
W. S. HENLREY'S FOUNDRY,
No. 314 Mcctiug-strecr,
February 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
ELLERBE'S FLAM TRMSPU??EB,
(Patented October 10, 1806),
BY WHICH SURPLUS PLANTS OF COTTON,
Corn, or of any plant may bo transplanted m
the same time that the soil can be replanted, with?
out disturbing the fibrous roots. At
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE & SEED STORE,
No. 140 Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
Charleston, S. C.
January 17 fiu3mos
BONDS, STOCKS, COUPONS,
BOUGHT AT HIGHEST RATES.
Money loaned on Real Estate, or on Bonds an i
Stccks for oue year.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street
February 21 fmw2moj
?j^-lCW YORK Ii OT KL,
No . 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YOBE CITY.
D. BL II1LDRETH CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLI-HFD FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, a=. poimlarlv known in former times
under thc maua-tmcut or J. ll. MOXNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CKA>S10> 4:
OJ., is now unde r thc urcpnctaraUip of alcssrs. D.
M. H1LDRE?H ?i T. B.* RuC'KWAY, uncrtbe arm ol
D. M. HILDRETH & CO.
The senior partner from hin long experience os a
proprietor of thc Vei-auUa, St. Louts and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
i-surc his irrenOs aud the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, sLall bc fully .-iL-t-iued undw'r its present
tnauaecnienr. lvr* February 13
OT, ?AHES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans
W. F. CORKEUY...G: Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
rciegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
PROPBIETOR OF THE
GRENVILLE, S. ?.
i JD? 3