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REJECTED MANUSCRIPTS "will not be returned.
-Gold closed in New York on Saturday at
-Cotton closed very firm, sales 4000 bales,
-Cotton in Liverpool closed active and bouy
ant on Saturday. Sales 10,000 bales, Uplands
on the spot and afloat 10?d. Orleans lOJd.
-William Henry Augustus Bissell, D. D.,
Rector of Trinity Church, Geneva, New York,
was unanimously elected Bishop of Vermont
by the Episcopal Convention in Burlington, on
-Brigham Young, who, as every one knows,
has a large and constantly increasing house?
hold has established a cotton faet?n-, to meet
the demand for goods. He believes in foster?
ing domestic industry.
-A corps of artists connected with the prin?
cipal illustrated weeklies are en route to Wash?
ington, to photograph the scene in the high
court of impeachment. A special artist from
the London Illustrated News is said to be
-In Vienna, a woman has just confessed
that, during the last ten years, she and her
father had committed sixteen murders for
money. Under her direction a search has
been made, which resulted in the finding of all
-A bill is before tbe California Legislature
providing that persons who shah plant high?
ways with trees and sustain the growth of the
same for five years, shall have a reduction of
their tax at the rate of one dollar annually for
every tree thus planted.
-The building of the Great Exposition in
the Champ de Mars, Paris, which cost 11,000,
000 francs, bas been sold for 1,010,000 cranes.
It was somewhat in the way of the military
displays to which the Champ is devoted, and
the military insisted" on its removal.
-Colonel M. C. Galloway, editor of the Mem?
phis Avalanche, was arrested on Wendesday
night and confined in jail under a warrant
issued by Judge Hunter, of the Criminal Court,
sentencing him to ten days' imprisonment and
a fine of ten dollars, for an article in the
avalanche relative to the arrest of the local
sdi tor of that paper by Judge Hunter.
-Governor Baker, of Louisiana, appeared
>ef ore the United States Commissioner in New
Means on Tuesday, to answer to a charge of
perjury in taking the oath of office, and was re?
leased an giving bonds in two thousand dol?
lars to appear at some future day. The affida
rit making the charge against him is signed
'Henry Dennis-his mark." Dennis is a negro.
-A new method of propelling steamboats is
ihortly to be exhibited. The propelling power
is steam, but is to be used in an entirely dif?
ferent manner from that common at present,
rhe ponderous, expensive, and dangerous
narine engines, with their enormous shafts,
ranks, and walking-beams, are to be done
i way with, and the power is to be applied di?
rectly to the periphery of the paddle wheel.
-That venerable bche of Baltimore, Mad
line Bonaparte, widow of Jerome, preserves
ber face from wrinkles by abstaining from
both laughter and tears. She also nightly en?
cases her taper fingers in metallic thimbles,
and has done so for the last forty years. "Con?
sequently," says Jenkins, "her hand retains
much of-its original symmetry, and the decay
jf her charms is as sweet and as faultless as
bhe falling leaves of the rose."
-In Boston, the bootblacks and newsboys
are licensed. Eaoh bootblack has his stand,
which is located in a place where it will not in?
terfere with the convenience of the public. The
issuing of licenses is done in the most syste?
matic manner. No license is issued to any boy
who does not attend school during some portion
of the day, and those who do not attend the
public schools are required to attend the news?
boys' school at least two hours each day. A
very large portion, nearly all, in fact, of the
boys who apply for licenses are members of the
public schools of the city. Each boy receives
% leather badge to be worn on his hat or cap
while pursuing his occupation. This badge
contains the word "Licensed," and also the
number of his license in polished letters. The
bootblacks also have the letter "B" upon their
badges. The boys are not required to pay
anything for their licenses, but for their badges
they pay $125, which vrill be refunded when
required, if properly used. A record is kept of
all the boys Licensed, with their age, the school
they attend, and the officer who has charge of
their district. The applications for newsboys'
licenses are very numerous, and it is thought
that probably three hundred will be issued be?
fore all are supplied.
-The most horrible outrages are reported as
having been committed by the bandits in some
of the Mexican provinces. The Gaudalajara
correspondent of the Brownsville Banchero
writes, on the 16th ultimo; "Chavez and his
band, after disappearing from before Matar?an,
were not heard from for several days. The
night before last, while attending a dance in
one of the San Pedro gardens, several of the
beautiful daughters of our wealthiest families
were seized by a large number o? masked vil?
lains and carried away. This morning Inez de
T. was found at the same garden a raving lu?
natic. Her hair had been shaven, her breasts
cut open, and her person violated, and reason
dethroned through her sufferings. She was
nearly naked. On her was found a letter from
Chavez, saying that unless $200.000 in gold waa
sent to his camp in tho mountains west of
Guadalajara, all ot the other five ladies would
be similarly treated. The money was aeut,
and after Chavez received it-and it had to be
carried to him ou a mule with a single ser?
vant-be and his companion fiends tell upon
the ladies and outraged them. They then ried
them on to mules and left them in charge of
the servant who brought them the money.
For fiendishness, for brutality, for all that is
awful in crime, modern history furnishes few
deeds to match this."
-Ihe system of underground telegraph
hues, insulated with au asphalte compound,
noticed so favorably in the Par:3 Exhibition,
has lately been tried witi highly satisfactory
results by the royal engineers in the yard of
the Brompton Barracks, at Chatham. Eng?
land. This system, the invention u? IL-. Don
Kid Nicoll, consist j in laying dawn a series of
rigid sections, or rods of asphalte containing
the wires, in trenches in tue earth, as lengths j
of hon gas-pipe ave laid. These sections are :u
?boat twelve iee: lengths, tbe conducting
vrires protruding at thc ends, and being alter?
nately left straight ami twisted into -'eork
acrowe."' In planting the lines t... straight
ends ot one section are pushed into ibo '.cork?
screws" of thc next, and so ou. The blow of
a hammer upon the '-'cork-screws" ensures
perfect contact, and wlieu tho junction is filled
in with incited asphalte perfect insulation ia
also effected. Inthisw.iva dozen joints may
bo insulated at once. A prominent feature of
this system is that the insulating material is
poured iu at a temperature considerably above
that of boiling water, so that if any moisture
settles upon the ends of the sections it is
driven off in the form of steam as soon as the
melted insulator reaches it. The cost of lay?
ing is one hundred dollars a mile.
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 1G: 1868.
Tbe Coming Elections-An Important
In another column will be found au order
from General CANBT, establishing regula?
tions for the conduct of the elections for
State officers and members of Congress, to
be held on April 14, 15 and 16th next.
A revising session of the Board of Regis?
tration will be held, commencing fourteen
days prior to the election. All persons not
entitled to registration will then be strick?
en from the lists, and there is the highly
important provision that the Boards of Re?
gistration shall add to the lists of persons en
titled lo vote the names of all pers< ns who, at
that time, are entitled to registration under
the Reconstruction acts.
Certificates of registration are to be given
to voters who are removing from the dis?
trict in which they registered-the elections
will be superintended by the Boards of Re?
gistration-the polls will be open from 6 A.
M. to 6 P. M.-no candidates for election
to any office to be filled at the election shall
serve as judge of elections or manager in
the precinct which he seeks to represent
threats of violence and the carrying of deadly
weapons are prohibited-no soldiers are to
appear at the polling places unless as quali?
fied voters, but troops will be held in hand
and prepared to act promptly if the civil
authorities are unable to preserve the
The order specifies the State officers to
be voted for. and the composition of the
election districts in the State. '
A good deal of curiosity prevails in re?
gard to DISRAELI'S policy. After the great
revolution in the Tory party the Secretary
who led the movement and whose dexterous
policy changed defeat into triumph, is now
with universal applause accredited with the
honors he has fairly won. The aim pur
sued by a Parliamentary career of more
than thirty years, is won. The wondrous
Alroy realizes the vivid dreams of his youth
and sways a mightier sceptre than that of
the Prince of the Captivity. What '.viii not
genius fired by ambition effect ? Tho most
dreamy and sentimental of novelists has
become the most practical of statesmen
The dullest of speakers-the man who
made the terrible failure of 1837, but who,
as he sat down amid the derisive cheers of
the House, exclaimed: "The time is coming
when you will hear me!"-is now heard
with pleased attention. Amid a haughty
exolusire aristocracy, amid a people who
hold together "close as Scotch herrings,"
this member of an oriental race, distinct
and peculiar, and preserving a certain for
eign air after so many centuries of exile in
the lands of the West, stands to-day the
ruler of England.
The recent changes in the constitution of
that country have been so radical that the
administration of public affairs demand
the greatest fertility of resource and the
most practiced skill in direction and con?
trol. In these respects no British states
man has the reputation of DISRAELI. Per
sonally he is very popular. He was greeted
with cheers from both sides of the House
when he appeared before them as Premier.
He ?9 an anomaly-a Tory with Radical
tendencies-and so is fitted for these very
anomalous times. Between the two ex?
treme parties in England he has succeeded
in crushing the Whigs. He is admired by
the Tories, as the politician who saved
them when their overthrow was confidently
predicted. He is beloved by the lower
classes as the politician who has widely ex?
tended the privilege of suffrage-and that
in such a way as to gratify the pride of
The fundamental maxim of the domestic
policy, to which the new Premier stands
committed is "the recognition of national
traits as the best security for national in?
stitutions." The maxim may be commended
to Congress. Mr. DISRAELI believes that
progress is an evolution, not a demolition.
He believes that while every country must
be affected by the spirit of^the age, that
spirit must conform itself to the national
genius, as well as to public opinion. He
has accordingly succeeded in arranging the
electoral franchise to the satisfaction of the
people of Great Britain by adjusting it to
the parish system, one of the .''dest insti?
tutions ol the kingdom. Those who had a
vote in the local government, now have a
vote in the general government. Those
who were the electors for the parish, were
made electors for Parliament. The pian
was simple, wise and easy of accomplish?
ment; it was adopted. Its success, at once
confirmed and consummated the reputation
of its projector.
The policy of DISRAELI toward Ireland
will be conservative and kindly. He is
pledged to treat that distracted dependency
'.with tender regard." It will be au awk?
ward business- to redress the evils of which
Irishmen complain, and that in such a way
as will be agreeable to the tempe1:' of the
English people. lu this instance the labor
of the statesman is no: to develope. but to
undo. He must carry cu c peaceful r?vo?
lution. Ia dealing with Ireland ?ie must
coasult the national traits anti oM ins'.itu
tious of that country-net of England. ?
Will the English submit tu the reversal of a
uclicy which extends back to the days ci j
CROMWELL and even of ELIZABETH ! A few
years ago the question coull have been aa
^'..irei with a decided negative. Bu: per?
haps '.he Feuiia excitement may lead the
English Parliament and people io accept
the conciliatory measures of DISRAELI.
In regard to the foreign policy of the
new administration the general statement
is made that thc course adopted by Lord
DERBY, will still be pursued. Besides an
assurance is given to all foreign govern?
ments of "a generous sympathy with their
institutions." This official declaration, as
well as the temper of the Parliamentary
houses, makes it pretty certain that Eng?
land will not go to war, in regard to the
j Alabama complication, unless some rash
act of the American Congress shall necessi?
tate the conflict. A conservative legisla?
ture, and a dignified, courteous and politic
Premier guarantee peace, if peace can be
maintained consistently with honor.
FOR SALK. 50 B\RRELS OF PRIME
8EED SWEET POTATOES, by BART A
WrBTH, Nos. 55 and 57 Market-street,
FOR SALE, A YOC.TG HORSE AND
SPRING WAGON with Lines and Harness al
most now. Apply at No. 182 Sr. PHILIP-STREET
near Line-street. 6* March 12
rPUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPE and JOB MATERIAL
for sale, in lots to snit parchaseis. Terms reason?
able, and cash. Also, a fine HAND PRESS, price $250;
an Adams' Power Press, price $1500; and a Card
Press, price $100. Apply to F. G. DEFON TAINE,
Coraaubia, 8. C. December T
FOR SALE. OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply
at the Office of the DAILY NEWS.
TO RENT, THREE PINE ROOMS,
suitable for sleeping . apartments, over tie
Btore. Inqaire of
WM. S. CORWIN t CO.,
March 16_6_No. 275 King-street.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
No. 4 Mary-street. Also, A 8TORE AND
HOUSE, No. 16 Archd ale-street. Apply to
Comer King and John streets.
March 1G _[feb 25] mwf
TO RENT.-THE FINE STORE AT THE
Southwest corner of Meenup and Market-streets,
the best stand in thc city lor a grocery or restaurant.
Also, the store adjoinicp on the South, these will
be rented together if dtsired. Apply to
February 17 mw Yanderhorst Wharf.
TO RENT, A STORE, AT THE BEND
of King-street. Apply to H. H. RAYMOND,
corner of Battery and Water-street.
March 10_ _6*_
FOR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in the south?
western portion ot Gie city, consisting of a suite ot
three or four spacious rooms om the first floor, with
kitchen and servants' apartments. Terms made?
ra te. Address "A," Daily News Omce.
HERETOFORE SUBSISIING UNDEB IHE
name ot JOHN FRASER k CO., has been dis?
solved as ot date the 31st December, 1867. Either of ]
the undersigned will use the partnership signature
THEODORE D. WAGNER.
WILLIAM L. TREND OLM.
BENJAMIN F. HUGER.
FROM AND AFTER
fTTHIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CON
_L S'lTTUTE the firm of JOHN FRASER k CO.,
and will continue the business of that house.
THEODORE D. WAGNER.
BENJAMIN F. HUGER,
Charleston, S. C., 2d March, 186S.
FORMERLY EXISTING BETWEEN THEODORE
D. WAGNER, JAMES T. WELSMAN, CHARLES
K. PRIOLEAU, WILLIAM L. TRENHOLM and
JOHN R. ARMSTRONG, under the style o: FRASER,
TRENHOLM 4: CO., at Liverpool, m the County of
Lancaster, il disso.ved by mutual cou- .-ut m -.ron
tho I4tb November, Hil.
The business formerly carr.e.l on by the above
partnership will, from and atter the present date, be
conducted by the undersigii?u unuer the style of
FRASEE, 1RENHOLM & CU.
C. K. PRIOLEAU.
J. B. ARMSTRONG.
Liverpool, 1st January, 186S.
Marchs 6 mwf 3
HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED INTO CO-PAET
NERSHIP AS MERCHANTS, under the name
of OEORGE A. TRENHOLM s SON, and have open?
ed their Counting House m the State Bank Bunding,
at the comer of Broad and East _av streets.
GEOBGE A. TP.ZNHCLM.
WM. L. TBENHOLM
Charleston, March 2,1863. CmwiS March 3
EEMOVAL.-JNO. RUGHEIMER HAS
removed his TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
from No. 50 ANSON-STREET to No. 141 KLN?
STREET, a tew dcors north of Queen.
February 28 1 . fmwlmo
AREWARD OF FIFTY DOLLARS W?1.L
be paid for information leading to tho discov?
ery and apprehension of the person or petrous who
yesterday drove a nail into Cte keyholt o: tue Adver?
tising Box of the CHABLtaTOS DAILX NEWS, at the
corner of East Bay and Broad streets.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENTWORTH-STREET. LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHTJUCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR ure from 7 to 8 o'clock P. M.
Terms-52 per mouth m advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. E. BERGMANN.
SL. MOSES, M. D., HOMfEPATHIC
. PHYSICIAN. Residence Northwest corner of
King and Mom- stree:?. Oihcc boura until 9 A. M.,
and ironi 7 to 9 P. M. March 12
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANE MN'S HE?
PATIC Ii ITTERS, an umaUin? remedy tor all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organ* and the Liver. For
sale by ail Druggist*.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy tor all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver, xor
sale by all Druggists. _
D_ ON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, nu um.tihiig remedy tor all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs" and thc Liver. For
sale by ali Druggist-.. _
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au uuiaihug rruiedy for ail Dis?
eases ot the Digestive Orgaus and the Liver. For
-rile by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIC BITTERS, in unfailing remedy tor all D;*- ;
eases ol tue Digestive Organs aid thc Liver. For
sale by all Druggist-. I
DON'T FAIL TO TR Y THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE- 1
PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy ?OT ali D:*- j
eases of the Digestiv-.- Orguu? and thc Liver. For '
sale by ail Druggist?.
DONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA- ,
TED SOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S HE- |
PATIC BITTERS, au uniaiimg rcm*dy for all Du
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For ;
?aie by ali Drnegwte_ j
DON'T FALL TO TRY TUE CELEBRA- i
I ED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE- j
?ATIC BITTERS, au unfailing .-tn:..-.", y for ail Dis- t
eas.-* of the Duo*live Organs md :lic Liver. For
suit, by ail Dru;?i3is._ _|
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA- !
TED SOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S HE
PATIC BITTERS, an uniailiu-r remedy for a!] Dis- |
eases or thc- Digestive Ore.aa? an i thc Liver. For j
sa.? by all Druggiaa.
DONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S HE- !
PATIC iJITTERS, an unfaiing remedy tor ah Di?
a.-e= o: the Digestive Organs and thc Liver. For
sals by &U Druggists. lyr November ?T
NUMISMATICS_ANY PERSON HAY
INO rN THEIR POSSESSION PERFECT
UNITED STATiS COPPER COINS (denomination
of one cent) for tho yea? 1793 and 1804, will receive
remunerative price for same hy applying to THIS
OFFICE. tum2 _M*rch10_
WANTED, AN INTELLIGEN T AND
capable Girl or Woman (white), to awi st a
lady in Housekeeping and with children. Ta a
suitable person a permaaemt koaae and other in?
ducements aro offered. Apply at No. 13 BULL
STREW. 2 _Marek 14
ANTED. BY A RESPECTABLE PER?
SON, a situation or any kind; will take a place
aa porter or watchman; basa thorough knowledge
of the drug business. Can ?ive the best of refer?
ence. Address "E. H.," News Office.
March 10 _6
ANTED, BY~A YOUNG LADY IN
reduced circumstaaceB, a eituation as GOV?
ERNESS for small children, or as compaaion foran
invalid. She is willing to assist in sewing or house?
keeping, and has no objection to leave the city. Sal?
ary ie not BO muck au object as a good home. The
i best references given and reqaired. Address M, M.,
I caro of P. O. Box No. 277, Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS WASTED.-SOW i^fPJ
FOB CANVASSERS, THE WAR BETWEEN
THE STATES; its Cans??. Character, Condmctjamcl
Results. By Hon. ALEXANDER H. STEPHANS.
Send for Circulars, with tense and a fn^ descrtpUon
of the wsrk. Addrws NATIONAL PUBLISHING
COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga. imo* February 24
WANTED. FIRST-CLASS AG MT* TO
introduce our NEW STAB SHUTTLE SEW?
ING MACHINES. Extraordinary imduoauente to
; good saleem em. Further parftialare and
work furnished on application to W. G. WILSON s
Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Botton, Mass., or St Loma,
Mo._3moB February 1.
WANTED, BY A SOUTHERN LADY,
who has had several years' experience in
teaching, a SITUATION as Teacher in sene private
family in the city or country. Will teach the usual
English branch?e ; also, Music and French. Best
references can be given. Address Miss W., Box No.
252, Petersburg, Ya. Imo* February 17
WANTED, A FEW GOOD AGENTS FOB
.ur Publication?, including same of the norn
popular and aaleable Books ?nd Engranara publish?
ed. BRADLEY & CO., Publishew, No. 66 North
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY. A
Situation as Governe?s, or to take charge sf a
Female Academy, in North ar South Carolina, ?-he
cam teach all the English Branches usually taught is
Southern Institutions; also Music, and the Rudi?
mente of French, and is atable of preparing yonmg
lashes for College. Good references can be given.
Address, staun? salary, Miss "A. J. C.," Wilmuag
tom, N. C. January 8
?s? an) /?ni.
LOST, SOMEWHERE ON RING OR
Wentworth street*, a LEATHER WALLET,
comainisg about $8 in small bibs, and some private
papers of no value except to the owner. The finder
will confer a favor, and may keep the money, if he
will leave the papers addre?sed to "J. M." at the
OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS. February 15
BOARDING.-A SUITE OF FOUR
ROOMS, debghtfully situated to the south ant
west, can be obtained at No. 2 LEGaRE STREET.
March 16 3*
PRITATE BOARDING FBOMS6 TO St
per week, and EOcMS TO RENT from $4 to $6
per month, by Miss PHILLIPS, No. 52 Magazine
street, opposite Frankbx-srreet. Maren 14
EE M O V A L-fc*ARDING.-MRS. A.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
lishment from No. 59 Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now prepared to luxnish Board to a Un?
ited number of Ladle? and Gentlemen. Term.' mod
rate. December lt
Mires io B?ukrnpki).
IN THE DIST^TcT^COURT^OF^^TPIE
UNITED 6TATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF WIL?
LIAM J. TRIM, BANERUPT-BY WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FELED ON THE 26TH DAY OF FEBRUARY A.
D. 186S, Di SAID COURT-LN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to give notice that on the seventh aa'y of \
March, A D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate 0: WILLIAM J. TRIM, of
Charleston, in the District of Charleston, and State of |
South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own petition; that the payment of any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to said Bank?
rupt, to him or for his use, and the annoter of any
property by hun are forbidden by law; that a meet?
ing 0: tue Creditor* ot che slid Bankrupt, to prove
tho r deb:6, aud to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will be bela a: a Cour: of Baukrupvy, to
be holden a: Nu. 5.> Broai-atre-t. Chari?at.m. s. C.,
b'fore E. B. CARPEN ?ES. P.-.-gi-trar. on tb-> tw-.n'.y
tutnik day vf U-Jtr?n, A. D., la^S, at !> o'eluck. A- AL
J. P. M. EPPING,
United State.- Marshal as Measena-r.
March 10_ 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOE THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
G. KING, BANKRUPT-3Y WHOM A PETITION ,
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF FEBRUARY. A. D.
1668, LN SAID COURT.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This
is to give notice that ou tho 'Mrieer.th day of March,
A. D. 185$, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was ieaued
agains* the E?ta:e of JOHN G. KING, of Wright's
Bluff, in the District of Clarendon, and Stat? of south
Carolina, who bas been adjudged a Bankrupt, on bis
own petition ; that the payment cf any debts and deliv?
ery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him orfor aisuse.and tte transfer cf any property by
him ire forbidden by lair ; that a meering of the Cred?
itors of the said Bankrupt, ro prove their debts, an I to
chnose one or more Aseijmess of bis Estate, wiU t-e
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden ?: No. 39
Broad-street. Charleston, s. C., before E. B. CAR?
PENTER, Regiatrar, ca th- ftrst Jij of April,
A. D. 1803, at 1 o'clock ?. IL
J. P. M. EPPING,
United State.- Marika! as Messenger.
March 16_ 1
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER uF
DANIEL W. BRANCH, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAs FILED ON THF. 2+TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 186)?, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to give notice that on the twenty-fourth day
of F-ibruar^.i.. D, 1*63. a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against tlie Estate of DANIEL W. BRANCH,
ot Hamptoa, in the District of Edgeneld,
and Sute of South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt ou his u-.ru petition;
that the payment cf any debts and deUvery of auy
property oelouging to said Bankrupt, to him or
for his use, aud the transfer of any property by him,
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the Creditors
ot thc said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more Assignees of his Estate, wiU bs
held a: a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 59
Broad-street, Charleston. ?. C., before R. B. CARPEN?
TER, Registrar, on the tvunty-teoenth day or March,
A. D. lifts, at 12 o'clock, M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
March 16 1
rjlHE QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
LONDON" ANT) LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL.?10,000,000 IN GOLD.
THIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against loss or damage bv fire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
RENTS, ic, at established ratee.
Losses promptly paid, without refereu.e to Eng?
land. GIBBES it CO.. Ageuts,
NO. 10 Adi-er's South Wharf.
October _ rutuCmo
rjlHE NEW YORK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
1868, JANUARY 1, ASSETS^.$9,159,753
INCOME PAST YEAR.3.G91.390
INTEREST ON INYEjTMENl...-iST,33?
LOSSES BY DEATH.560,38S
ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS m proportion to,
and increasing with, the agc of the policy. For fur?
ther particulars, apply ; -j
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
~-briary 17 mw?iic i Mu. '4 Eroad-tftreet.
FASHIONABLE BARDER? SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between ^nd Meeting stret.-;.
Mr. HEUEP. is a German Barber, ha been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve his iriea-t- aud the pubU: gcuorally in the sere
'il broaches o: ins irt, viz:
ic, fcc, kc.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE SOCIETY IS
requested at the Hall, This Eoening, at 7 o'clock
precisely. TB US. O'BRIEN, Seeretiry.
Marek ir, 1
ST. ANDRBWS LODGE, No. IO. A. P. M.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THE
abort Lodge wUl be held 2his Evening, at Ma?
sonic Hall, at 7 o'clock.
By order WM. EN. JEANNEBETT,
March IS 1 Secretary.
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.
TBE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
the "Ladies' Memorial Association" will be held
in the Commit t?e Room, at the " Home for Confed?
erate Widows and Orphans, Broad-street, on Tuesday
Afternoon, 17th instant, at 4 P. M. Members aro re?
quested to be punctual.
March IS 2 By order of the President.
SIXTY-SEVENTH ANN IVERS ARY.
THE HIBERNIAN SOCIETY WILL CELEBRATE
ITS SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY on
To-Uorroxo, the 17th inst., at their Hall, in Meeting
The Society wUl assemble at 12 o'clock for the
Election of officers and the transaction of other busi?
ness. Members will come prepared to pay their
arrears, and wiU apply to the Treasurer tor their
Tickets to the Dinner.
The Members will reassemble at the Hall in the
Afternoon for the Dinner, which will be served at
half-past 6 o'clock.
S. G. COURTENAY.
W. E. BOWLAND. I D. B. GILLLLAND.
T. S. O'BBIEN. I WILLTAV KNOX
THOMAS OBELEN, Secretary.
March 16 inthin*
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
WILL CELEBBATE THUR FLTTY-FIHST AN?
NIVERSARY, To-Morrow, 17th intitante-w?l
meet at the Masonic Hall, corner of King and Went?
worth streets, at SH o'clock A M.. will then proceed
from there Ut St. Joseph's Church, Aason-street,
where Mass will be celebrated at 10 o'clock A.
M.. and am oration delivered by Rev. J. C.
CROGAN suitable to the occasion. A collection will
be taken up for the benefit of the orphans under
charge of the Sisters of Mercy. An Election for Offi?
cers trorn 5 to 7 P. M. .
JAMES F. SLATTERY,
March 16 2* Treasurer.
TRUSTEES OP THE UNIVERSITY OF
UNIVERSITY PLACE, TENR.,1
February 24 th, 1861. I
?SPECIAL MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES 0!?
the University of the South will be held ia
Savannah, Georgia, on the first of April next, at 7
A rail attendance is most earnestly requested, as
business of the utmost importance is to be transact?
ed with a view to the early opening of the lnstitu
dom. W. M. GREEN,
Chancellor University of the South.
March ll 16*
_Pro ??ois, (tte.
COTTON C AMBRICS AND JACONETS
NAN800E, MULL and >WISS MUSLINS
TAPE CHECKS and STRIPES
SWI?S CHECES AND STRIPES
HAIR CORDS and BRILLIANTS
RICHARDSON'S HOUSE WLFE LINEN
DUNBAR DICKSON ft CO. MEDIUM and FIRE
TABLE DAMASK and DIAPER
HUCEABACE DOWLAS and HUCKABACK TOWE LS
BLED-EYE DIAPERS and L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS.
WOMENS' and MI88ES' WHITE COTTON HOS S
MEN'S and BOYS' BROWN COTTON HALF H03E,
For sale by
March 16 m No. 44 EAST BAT.
LADIES' BLACK SILK CLOAKS.
TABLE AND FRONT LINEN
BLACK BBOAD CLOTH AND CASSIMERES
LACE AND BAREGE SHAWLS.
And many other article* at very reduced prices.
STRAUSS, VANCES ??fe CO.,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET
-yy K ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES
The Sties is very complete in all brincheu, and
pardcular.y sui'eJ to the
Wholesale buyers will find it to their interest to
examine the Stock.
STRAUSS, VANCES Si CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street, Corner HiseL
4-4 SUPERFINE FRONTING LINEN.
For sale at WM. McCOMB k CO.,
March 10 6* No. 237 King-street
ANTE-WAR PRICES, FOR CASE.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING OUR
Spring importations and Auction Pirchases
of BRITISH AND FRENuH DRESS GOODS, which
we shall be pleased to show to buyers. We will
make it to the interest of both Jobbers and Retailers
to examine them.
We are also opening our importations of LINENS,
WHITE GOODS aud HOSIERY, many articles of
whkh are as low as at auy time previous to the war.
In addition to the above, we invite attenUcn to our
stocks of CLOTHS, NOUONS, CARPETS, ftc, sad
uso DOMESTICS and PRINTS, iuil lines ind low
LATHROP, LUDIXGTON Si CO.,
Nos. 32(1, 328 and 330 Broadway,
Februarr 24 mwflmo Nev York.
?yE W YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROAD WA Y,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRKTH Si CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED' FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, ?- popularly known ia former tamas
under the mautcenieut ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq.. and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON k
OJ., is uow under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HfT.DRETH ft T. B. ROCKWAY, uner Ihe firm ot
D. il. HTLDRETH ft CO.
The beulor partner from his lon; eiper.eooe a# a
proprietor of the Veranda, St Louts and St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans:, flatters himself tait he eau
assure his fr.ends and che public generally, that its
werner world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hot?', shall be fully sustained under iU present
management lyr* February 13
gT. JAMES HOTEL.
WM. A. UDRD.Of NJW Orleans
W. F. C?RKERY...?I !?porw>Tood Hotel, RichmonJ
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
raOPRIXTOD OF TUX
GREENVILLE, S. ?.
J iu -* 8_
\y I L L I A M IRVIN,
rrtor-RiETOR OF TUE
SPARTANBU.tG, S. C.
,~1 HARLE STOW THEATRE.
LESSEE AND MANAOEE ...JNO. TEMPLETON.
THE GREAT ATTRACTION!
ZARGB ?ND r4$ZTJ03r?BlZ AUDIENCES I
LADY AUDLEY'* SECRET !
Produced with the Superb Actress,
In her matchless performaace of
MONDA Y EVENING, MARCH 16.
Miss Braddon s famous and excitiag
LAB T AC D h E T'S SECRET)
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN'.
?3-STBEET CABS TO AND FROM THEATRE.-??
PRICES AS USUAL.
Doors opea at 7 o'clock..Begin at 7& o'clock
i^DGEft BILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER OF KING AND MARKET STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LA TEL i
ehanged kasds, and ls newly refitted and supplied
with tho heat of
LIQUORS AND SE GARS,
Freshly Lat ported from New York.
Ia consideration of hard tames the price for luxu?
ries will he reduced.
Amateurs of the game of Billiards are respectfully
Lnrited to riait the Saloon. January 17
J T. 1VESTERVELT?
ERAL ESTATE AGENT, BROKER AND
NO. 3G BROAD-STREET.
Real Estate Securities, ?cc., bought and eojd on
commission. Particular attention is paid to the
collection of Rents and other dues.
March ll wfmlmo
Q J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET, <
BETWEEN KINO AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES,
kc, constantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12_ thmly
fl-o ? o*-all
VISITING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CABD8,
of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in aU ita
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT. INK AND BBUSHES.
Call and examine specimens at
No. 92 Hasel-street, Charleston, S. C.
AI. MARSHALL di BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
NO. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COaCillSSrON; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
*a-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, ie., every
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. Ill East Bay.
January 1 _ 3mo
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Veeta and Pantaloons. Drawers aid Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bags.
Valises, ic._February 6
TTTILLIAM H. GILLI LAN JD ?Si SOS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
OFFICE No. 33 HAYNE-STREET,
ILLIS & CHISOLH,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOBES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. 0HT8OLM
DAIRYMEN, FARMERN ii OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
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, A'C.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. ?ii WASHINGTON-STREET,
Ncvr York City,
And re .vive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Pnce Cur?
rent publi-iie-i ia the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Murkier Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LtDET-U. ADVANCES MADE OS C0>aIG>-Jt?NT8.
Established May 1st, 1300.
FIRS! CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March ?!._C rr
MEXTs. HEADSTONES, *c.
AFI^E ^ELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly ou bani a: S. KLABER'S Ware
room, Ka 34 First avenue, near Tliird-street, New
York call ?jd ?xaui?ii bet?re buyio* elsewucre.
Fobruary J 6210
BACON, FLOUR, BEEF.
If HBDS. CHOICE C. E. SIDES AND SHOULD
200 bbLe. Extra Floor
50 bbl?. Fine Flour
10 bble. Western Mess Beef
1300 lbs. choice Strips
200 sacks Liverpool Salt
50 tubs Extra aud Pure Leaf Lard.
For sale by li. & A. P. CALDWELL.
March 16 mw2
CORN-FOB SALE LOW!
1 0 fl fifi B?HHELS TENNESSEE WHITE
^n?iVnXV^AI?D MDXED COEN
5-522 ^?e^ S^te Baltimore Corn .
1,000 bushels Heavy Oats
300 bales Eastern Hay
Will be sold low by
March l? 'i W- SPBAGUE k BBOS..
Marcnlfi 3 KorthAtlantic Wharf.
QA HHD8. PRIME NEW CROP MnsrovATin
Dy ,_R. 8&LAS,
Agent for Clear Factory
March M 3 No. ll? Eajtj&r
yCr ALBANY ^
THE UNDERSIGNED HAV3 BEEN APPOINTED
agents for the sal) of ?ie above celebrated
ALE which will be delivered free of drayage to amy
Matta Charleston. They will be in receipt weekly
of a full and fresh supply.
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
January 2* lmw3moa No. 167 East Bay
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
OA A A SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, JUST
iiV/VV received per ship "Hepe," for sale
in lots to suit purchasers.
Apply to BOBT. MUSE t CO.,
March 9_Boyoe'a Wharf.
PRIME EASTERN RAY.
fTAA BALES PRTME EASTERN HAT, NOW
*J\JVJ landing from brig "Maggie Vafl." at
Brown k Co.'a Wharf, and for sale very low from the
wharf in lots to suit purchasers.
Apply to ROBERT MURE k CO. ?
POTATOES AND HERRINGS.
fT A, BBLS- CHOICE NOVA SOOTH POTATOES
rJVJ 300 boxes Extra Scaled Herrings.
Just received per brig " Maggie Vail," and for sale
low while landing, by R. MUSE k GO.,
1 Af ? A SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT-LARGE
A VJ UV/ sacks. For sale by
March 4 T. J. KERB k CO.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
IMPOSTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, in hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And tor sals low by _
CLACIUS it WETTE,
January 13 3mos No. 86 East Bay.
Scrjarsj tobacco, Cte.
CIGARS ! ! TO?L?CCO?F
ESALAS, AGENT FOB THE HAVANA CIGAR
. Factory, "Ls Valentina," also for several
Northern Factories, offers for salo in quantities to
suit purchaser ?J:
Choice Havana CIGARS from $50 to $150.
Fine Domestic Cigats from S20 to $36.
Genuine Spanish and Durham Smoking Tobacco
from 60 cents to $1 9 lb., at
No. 118 EAST BAY-STREET.
March 16 3
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED!
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED I
OF FINEST QUALITY, WHICH WE CAN GUAR?
ANTEE PINCKNET BROTHERS,
March 16 3_North Atlantic wharf.
SEED RICE ! SEED RICE !
0 A A A BUSHELS FOE SALE LOW.
IzUvU PINCKNEY BROTHERS,
March 16 2_North Atlantic wharf.
FIXE SEA ISLAND COTTON
1 AA BUSHELS FINE SEA ISLAND COTTON
X VJ VJ SEED, for sale in lots to suit purchasers.
(Crop sold in December at 51.80 per pound). - .
Apply to GAILLARD k MIN OTT,
Marah li_3 No. 22 Adger's Wharf.
PAA BUSHELS EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
0\JVJ It is warranted genuine and sf ?nest
quality. Apply to
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO.,
North At lan tn Wharf, .
February 7 fhiw2mo.
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
Agricultural Implements, &c.}&e.
PLANTERS, FARMERS, AND THE TRADE
GENERALLY supplied with PURE SEEDS of
all varieties, Crop of 1867, carefully selected from the
best and most reliable seed growers in New York.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut. All
SEEDS warranted to be pure and fresh, and of the
PLOUGHS, HARROWS. CULTIVATORS, AND
HORSE HOES OF EVERY VARIETY.
SEED PLANTERS AND FODDER CUTTERS
IMPROVED CHILLED IRON CORN MILLS,
FOR PLANTATION CSE. DURABLE
WASHING MACHINES, 4c, &c.
INGERSOLL'S HAND POWEB COTTON PRESS,
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
LITTLE Si MARSHALL,
"' No. 14C MEETTNG-3TBEET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
January 2 thmSmos
PLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
?pLANTERS WILL FEND 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 are cheaper than any other now offer?
ed to the market, and have given general aa?ataOBon
to ali who have used them.
THREE CLASSES OF CORN MILLS
Made to suit the present reduced purses of the plant?
ers, and CASTINGS of all description to order.
A liberal disco um made to the trade.
W. S. HENEREY'S FOUNDRY,
No. 311 Meeting-street,
Februar^ 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
PAINTS F0K FARMERS AND
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
are now manufacturing the best, cheapen ana
ui03t durable Paint iu use; two coats, well put on,
mixed with pure Linseed Oil will tatt10 or 15 years;
it Ls o' a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed io greeu. lead, stone, drab,
o1 ' ve o-cream, to suit tue taate ol the consumer.
I~is valuable for Houses. Barus, Fences, Carriage
andCar-maker-?, Pails aud Woodeuware, Agricultural
Implements. Canal Boaw, Teasels and bhip'a Bot?
tom" Canvas. Meta: and Shingle Boola (it being fire
and "water proo.'i. Floor On Cloths (one majiuJacturer
having used KOO bbls. the past year), and, as a
->ain; tor any purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du
..abihrr elasticity and adhesiveness. Price S6 per
bl>L o??wu te?-, which will supply a farmer for years
'ocome. Warrantee in all cases aa abovj. Send ior
? circular which gives full particulars. None genuine
uni MS oran jed in a trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint.
HOLMES A- CALDER, Agenta.
December 13 fmwOmo Meeting-street.
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
ISPUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY, AT $1 M
per year, m advance. Advertise menta inserted
at usual ratea. G. E. ELFORD,
May IQ Sdi tor and PrOPEtttor,