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-Gold dosed in N6w 1'ork yesterday at
-Cotton closed in New i'ork a shade firmer;
sales 9000 bales; Middling 27a27ic, mostly at
27?c., at which figure the market closed.
-In Livertool cotton closed yesterday ac?
tive; sales 20,000 bales; prices unchanged.
-The Yallabusha and Yazoo Rivers have
overflowed their banks, and the flood greatly
interferes with planting in Mississippi.
-A grand niece of Benedict Arnold Ls said
to be employed as a clerk in one of the depart?
ments at Washington.
-A late invention for pegging shoes consists
in twisting a polygonal wiro, and then cutting
emt short lengths. A peg of this kind driven
in a shoe enters readily, and rarely, if ever,
falls out, like the straight kind.
-At the readings of Mr. Dickens at Wor?
cester, Massachusetts, recently, it is said that
the first three rows of seats were reserved for
deaf persons, an arrangement which doveloped
an amount of deafness in that city which was
-The Mexican authorities havo imposed a
vary heavy fine upon the owners of the British
steamer Danube for their outrage upon the
customs officials at Yera Cruz. It will bo re?
collected that to evade payment of pt oper duties
upon his caigo, Captain West carried the entire
board of Customhouse officers three miles
away from land, and then dropped them in an
open boat to shift for themselves as best thoy
might. Thc Captain will bo imprisoned upon
bis return to Vera Cruz..
-Senator Hendricks, of Indiana, stated in
Congress thc other, day, that at present the
expense annually of each soldier in the army
was two thousand dollars, and nearly two mil?
lion dollars for each regiment; the total cost
being about ono hundred million dollars a year
for an nrmy of fifty thousand men. The sena?
tor urged that, with proper management, tho
army expense could be cut down forty millions
a year, and in this matter the tax-payers are
deeply interested, and should urge rigid
-General Hancock, writes a Washington
lady corresponden!;, was at the President's last
levee, the handsomest man a woman's eyes
have ever rested upon in the military service.
Queen Bess, one of the greatest women that
ever lived, would have made him Primo Min?
ister at once, and if Andrew Johnson wishes to
emulate this illustrious woman, and add glory
to his declining reign, none but a Senate lost
to the most exquisite emotions will interf?re.
Towering a whole head and shoulders above
foreign Ministers and all others in the room,
ono's eyes, must be raised to view the Btars on
-Wm. M. Estelle, a prominont lawyer of
Jackson, Miss., and a member of the State
Democratic Executive Committee, was bru?
tally assassinated at bis residence on the night
of tho 23d instant. It was generally believed
that he was mistaken for Mr. Stricklin, the
Conservative delegate from Tippah county to
the Reconstruction convention. Mr Stricklin
resigned his seat in that body on the 24th, and
offered $100 for the assassins, whioh Governor
Humphreys, increased to $500. An internal
revenue officer named Miles Gibbon, from St.
Lou .s, was subsequently arrested upon circum?
stantial evidence. Intense excitement prevails
-Conspicuous among the persons at the
President's last levee was a representative of
the French Legation, Parisian to the core,
Johnny Crapaud in all his glory. Instead of a
nosegay, Louis Napoleon's decorations dangled
from a stray button-hole; and when wo say
that his white kids were imrnacuhte, that his
necktie eclipsed the proudest triumph of Beau
Brummell, and that he was as plain in form
and feature as only a Frenchman dare to be,
we have a complete picture ot foreign diploma?
cy, one item excepted: this was a little jeweled
opera glass, curried in his left hand, and when
any of our fair countrywomen with bare, daz?
zling shoulders came within a certain distance
of his august person, instantly the glass was
levelled to an exact angle with the parts ex
posod, with no more fear or hesitation than
the doctor who brings tho microscope to bear
upon a bit of porcino delicacy, when the cry
of trichinia is heard throughout the land.
-General Samuel F. Cary, of Ohio, ono of
the two Republicans who obeyed their con?
sciences rather than the mandate of Thad.
Stevens, and did not vote for tho impeach?
ment of the President, has written a frank
and manly letter to a friend in Ohio who
thought that ho had reason to complain of his
(Mr. Cary's) course in this mattet. General
Cary fays : "You say 'voting for impeachment
would havo clearly placed you (me) with the
Republican party;' that you and others voted
for me because I was a Republican, and iuti
mated that my Republican friends in the
Second District are mortified at my course.
Did you understand when 1 was a candidate
that I was to vote as I might bo directed by
the leaders of my party; that I was to 'go it
blind,' and surrender my conscience to tho
keeping of others ? If that was your under?
standing, I am torry that you were deceived
that you did not kuow mo better. I supposed
that my best friends, among whom I counted
you, behoved that I would think, vote and act
for myself as my judgment and conscience
directed. Tho impeachment of the President
is a very grave matter, and under oath I could
not say that I believed him guilty of a high
crime and misdeniemor. nor do I suppose at
this moment that one out of every ten of thc
Republican party believes him guilty. I am
no defender of Andrew Johnson or bis policy,
but I canuot therefore pronounce him guilty of
high crimes as charged. Ii" every friend I have
deserts mo I shall pursue a straightforward,
consommions courso, and preserve at least my
-Thc cud of a wretched ldc is chronicled in
the New York papers. Peter Hendrickson, a
man seventy-five years of agc, was last week
found doa.: ?ii his bed at a him.o in which hu
had for years lived a solitary life. He had ap?
parently struggled long in agony, and seemed
to have yielded u;> his spirit with greater re?
luctance than could have been interred from
tho niggardly provision that ho had made to
keep semi and body together. The remains of
tho unhappy man's last meal, consisting of
water and mouldy crusts, were lound caretully
laid aside to serve for a breakfast which ho
was doomed never to partake of. Upon his
body were fonnd 62-K) in SlObUls, and five bank?
books representing deposits to the amount of j
over $2000. From tho evidence deduced at thc
coroner's inquest, it appears that Hendrickson
formerly pursued the business of a junk deal?
er, in which he made a considerable amount of
money; bc owned the house in which he died,
besides several other tenements and lots in tho
vicinity. Bein? ovortaken with infirmities,
and unable longer to continue actively in busi?
ness, he secluded himself in a bare, unfur?
nished room, and lived (it is said for thirty
vears) upon bread and water. His wife for a
considerable period clune; to thc wretched
mau, and contented herself with thc miserable
fare which he afforded; reserving to herself,
however, thc oue luxurv of a cup of tea per
day. Thc cost of this paltry indulgence, how?
ever, led to so many quarrels and altercations
between them, that tho wife was finally com?
pelled to abandon tho pars-' jious wretch to
bis fate. The room in which he lived was
filthy to the hst degree. lu one corner lay a
wisp of straw which bad served him for a bed;
the floor served him for table, chair and lounge,
fie was seen occasionally by persons living in
the locality, and grizzled, ragged and ema?
ciated as he was, presented the true aspect of
the traditional miser.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1863.
The Boards of Registration are now in
session for tho p >rpose of revising the lists
of registered voters. Ever.- qualified per
I son can now go up and secure the power to
vote-a power that muy prove to be of in?
It is the duty of every white man to reg
ister if he is qualified under the laws, and
in all doubtful cases, be should offer to reg
ister and not cease his efforts until be
Every white man who loves his country
honors his State, and respects his pocket
should go up and register. A failure
register every available man' muy leave the
city in the bauds of those who will work
its certain ruin.
? X ?s? ?? ?
Thc Life of a Nation.
How bard it is to destroy a people wb
cliBg to their historic traditions and arc
true to themselves, the history of Hungary
of Ireland and of Poland shows. Their
strength may be broken; their pride may
be crushed; their flag may be hidden away
and men may speak sadly or contemptu
ously of the "lost cause" for which their
statesmen planned and their heroes fought
and despotism may seal the eloquent lips
of the patriot and cut the chords of the
poet's lyre, and shackle liberty and crush
industry with ta^es, and crown the alien
the renegade and the menial with honor;
yet, after all, only those nations perish
which are untrue to themselves. They have
invisible guards and helpers. The laws of
the universe run counter to despotism, now
as in that age of the Jewish heroes, when
"the stars in their courses fought against
SISERA." Right is stronger than power
And the right of a peopie, the right of
society to exist as society, is the most fun
damenta.1 of all-the most sacred of all
having a divine guarantee.
MOOSE in one of his burlesques, "The
Extinguishers," ridiculed the efforts of the
Holy Alliance to reconstruct the nations of
Europe in the .interests of despotism. He
told the story of a l'ersiffh lord who dis
possessed the Ghebers and overthrew their
temple, but found himself baffled by the
sacred fire which they had kindled at the
naptha springs. Smothered at one place it
burst out at another. At length he resolved
to cover every vent with
"Some large extinguishers-a plan
Much used, thoy said, at Ispahan,
Vienna, Petorsburgh-in Bhort,
Wherever light's forbid at court"
but to his amazement and indignation
found, one day, that his very extinguishers
had caught on fire, and that the flames were
more vehement and wide spread than ever
"Thus, of his only hope bereft,
'What,' said the great man, 'must bo done ?'
All that, in scrapes like this, is lett
To great men is-to cut end run.
So run he diu, while to their grounds
Tho banished G beyers blest returned;
And though tuoir fire had broke its bounds,
And all abroad now wildly brrned.
Yet well coule, they, who loved the flame,
Its wandering, itsexcoss reclaim ;
And soon another, fairer dome,
Arose to be its sacred home,
Where cherished, guarded, not confinod,
The living glory dwi-lt enshrined;
And. shedding lustre strong, but even,
Tuo?gh boru of oaith, grow worthy Hoavcn."
The moral of this fable may be learned
in the Fenian agitations of Ireland now in?
fluencing the British Parliament; in the
constitutional rights of Hungary, now re?
stored; and even in the contest now going
on in Poland, at the very time when Russian
legislation seems to have blotted Poland
from Lhe map of Europe, and removed
every trace of its nationality. The War?
saw correspondent of a St. Petersburg
journal declares that the Sarmatian people
have adopted a policy of resistance more
dangerous than the sword of Kozciusco.
The hatred of Russia remains unabated.
It especially prevails among the women.
But henceforth it will express itself in the
physical, moral and intellectual discipline
which will make them superior to the Rus?
sians, and sooner or later restore to the
natives the power they have lost. Every?
thing else they will yield. They will obey
the laws and even the wishes of their rulers;
they will illuminate the windows, ?ind salute
the black eagle whenever required. But
in the schools and thc churches they will
prepare for the regeneration of Toland.
it is stated that the young people have en?
tered with extraordinary ardor iuto study,
and submit to strict discipline, auimated
by tho assurance that the time will come
when they can exchange complianoo and
submission foi disdaiu, when they can crush
thc intruding Russian and thc Polish ren?
egade, by their mental superiority. It is
amusing to observe the naivete with which
the correspondent, to whom we have refer?
red, displays his dread of education. "There
is uo doubt possible,** bc exclaims, "the
arm the Poles have now chosen is most
dangerous. The peril is imminent. leonid
point out here quite small towns where
there arc colleges with two, three, or four
hundred pupils. These establishments are
attended by the sons of cooks, street por?
ters, concierges, railway platelayers, &c.
With my own eyes I have seen a collegian
.poring over his books in a poor porter's
lodge." Thia is sublime ! What can the
poor Muscovite do, when the fire he seemed
to have effectually extinguished, is kindled
again by the lightning of Heaven ?
We derive encouragement from such ex?
amples. We have a public life which radi?
calism is striving to destroy. It is our en?
emies who are hostile to the existence of
thc nation, not we;-they who would sacri?
fice every proud recollection, every liberal
institution we have derived from our fathers,
to the success of a party. If it were pos?
sible that they should long control us, we
should learn to envy the fate of Poland, for
happier is thc province couquercd by a Czar
who has sonic self respect and some policy,
than that held under the control of an un
scrupulous^nd corrupt oligarchy-a caucus
at once of tyrants and trimmers. But if
we hold to our industry and integrity, if we
do not despair of our country, we shall yet
display a recuperative energy that will re?
deem our losses and save the State. Through
the blessing of Heaven we intend to do this.
And we may hope to see the dayspring of
liberty, when Poland still tends the sacred
llame in the night and the silence of the
Have you registered ? If not, why don't
you register at once ? Have you no inter?
est in the condition of our laws ? Do you
not care whether they are honestly and en?
ergetically, or scandalously and inefficiently
administered ? Have you no rights to be
protected or abated ? Is your citizenship
worth nothing to you ? Have you no regard
for the welfare of your neighbors, your
city or your State ? If you want the con?
duct of affairs to be controlled by those
who care very little for these things, your
best course will be to shirk your plain duty
and keep away from the registrars' office.
Four Days More.
There are four days more in which to
register. This is an opportunity that must
not bc allowed to pass. Do not be satisfied
with having registered yourself. A?kyour
friends, your neighbors, and your relations
whether th<y have registered, and if they
have not, and are qualified, urge them in
the name of all that is holy and venerable
to register their names this doy.
There must be no delay; no putting off
until to-morrow. Go up at once, and bear
it in mind that every man who can register
and does not register is an enemy to dear
Bring Them Up !
If you have a neighbor who is sick-if he
is halt, lame or blind-if he is bowed down
by the weight of years-if he cannot get
to the Board of Registration by his own
effort; we tell you, white men of South
Carolina, you must CARRY HIM THERE !
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November 19 ?
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same at THIS O* FICE._wfm_April 1
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J either in one of tho Butledge-streot cars, in
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Wentworth to Spring-street, A SIMPLE GOLD
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OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS. February 15
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Island. 3? March 30
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street, opposite Franklin-street. March 14
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1RACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
lishment from No. 59 Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now prepaied to turuish Board to a lim?
ited number ot Ladies and Gentlemen. Term? mod
rate. December 1+
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWOR TH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR aro from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Ci ti) Jiflorrtisements.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, \
frrr HALL. CHAHLESION, March 28, 1868.1
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
until Wednesday, 1st proximo, at 12 o'clock M.,
for FUKNIKH1NG MATERIALS AND BUILDING
HOUSED lor thellook aud Ladder aud .Etna Fire
Securities must be named in the offers for double
thc amount of e.-timn'es.
Thc Committee reserve the light of rejecting any
and all proposais.
LOUIS J. BARBOT,
March 28 City Civil Engineer.
Pl tOPOS ALS.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, )
MAIXII 20, lSirt. )
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL Rt; RECEIVED
until the Sdi instant, fer tue delivery ol .'uu.uuo
bushels of SOUND SHELL oa tb': Meettag-.treot
Roud, or such other convenient lauding as tau city
Ali proposais will stale thc prica per bushel.
Thc city I.serves thc right to rtjoct any and all
Se.'urity for thc pcrl'onnat ce of contract will bc
required. LuUIs J. B.vRbOT,
M ireh 2G City Engineer.
CITY CIVIL ESGLNEFR'S OF1ICE,)
Orr HALL, CH.MLKSTOX. -March 12tli, lacs, J
A LL PROPER ly HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Xl. Meeting-Street, and other citizens interested
in thc building ot a shell Road o.? Meeting-street,
from Spring-street to the City Boundary, are hereby
respectfully informed that a Book ot subscription
will be open, d for their signatures inwj office to?
day, und that vt hill such au amount is pledged, us
iu tho judgment ot' the Lily Civil Enyineerwill war?
rant tlic undertaking, the won: will be forthwith
commenced. L'.UISJ. PAR BOT,
Murch 13 City Cl vii Engineer.
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT FLOR
EN OE, S. C., offers au excellent medium to
Merchants and ethers who w?h to extend their
business in the Pee Dee section Ol' the State. Kate?
fo advertising very reasonable. September 16
NORTHEASTERN Ii VIL .tu>AL? COM?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF T'IE STOCKHOLD?
ERS ot' tho Northeastern Railroad rompauy
will be held at tho Hal! of the Planters' and Mechan?
ics' Bank, This Day, the 1st of A pril at 12 o'clock
M., when an election for a President and six Direc?
tors, to serve ior tho ensuing year, will take place.
C. WILLI M AN.
April 1_1 secretary.
A MASS MEETING OF THE S EVERAL REPUB
Jr\. LICAN organizations of thu city will beheld
on thc Citadel Green This Afternoon, at five o'clock,
for thc purpose of ratifying tho n cont nominatiot.s
of comity officers.
Addresses may be expected from prominent gen?
tlemen. COMMUTEE OF AB ll A N'iEM EN'TS.
April 1 1
MEDICAL SOCIETY OP SOUTH CARO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
.'ociety will bc held Tkit Evening, at half-past
7 o'clo. k.
'1 ne election for Surgeon and Physician of tho
Boper Hospital will take place, and business ot im?
portance will bo transacted.
J. P. BUIST. M. D"
Apnll 1 Sec rotary M. S. S. C.
ALERT BASE BAL h CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONT BLI.' MEETING OF
this Club will be held at the Victoria Hotel
This (Wednesday) Evening, at 8 o'clock. A punctual
attendance is requested.
JAMES D. KA VAN AU? H.
April 1 1_Secretary A. B. B. C.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AMD LOA SI AS?
nrVHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
1_ ASSOCIATION, will be held at Mas?me Hau,
This Evening, April 1st, at 8 o'clcck.
A number of Shares will be sold. Tho Treasurer
will be at his Office, No. 137 Mt eting-stn et, during
tho day, and at thu Hall in the evening.
April 1 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
LANDMARK. LODGE, No. 76, A.?. F.?. M.?.
THE BEGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION
of this Lodgo will bc held it tho Masonic Hall
This Evening, at half-past 7 o'clcck.
The Arrear List will bc road for the last timo.
Members will take due notice ard govern themselves
Candidates fer E-. A.-. Dogren will be punctual.
By order of tho W.\ M.\
W. H. PRIOLEAU,
April 1 _1_Secretary.
COMAilSSIDNEKS Of MAKK.ETS.
MARKET HA SL, April 1st, 18G8.
.4 BEGULAR MONTHLY MEEITNG OF COM
/%, MIS-IONERS of Markets will bo held This
Afternoon, at 6 o'clock. WM. KIRKWOOD,
April l_1_Chief Clerk.
SANS SOUCI CLUB.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MhETING OF YOUR
Club at tho Club Hall o:i Fridau Ev-ni- g. the
3d April, at 8 o'clock. McmbcH are requested to be
punctual, as business of im sortance will bc sub?
By order of the President. S. C. S.,
April 1 w,'2 Secretary ta. S. C.
CHAItLESTON BOAH O OP TRA OE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING O F TBK A&SOCIATiON
for ibo election of officers and tho transaction
of other business will take plice at the Charleston
Hotel Club Boom on Tuesday, April 7, 18C8, at 3
o'clock, P. M.
The polls wiU bc open from 12 M. to 3 P M.
K. PLATT, ) Managers
ZIMMERMAN DAVIS, J of
JOHN F. O'NEIL, ) Elections.
Tho association will celebrr.te its Second Anniver?
sary on Wednesday, April 15, at tho Charleston Hotel
(having been postponed from thc regular day on ac?
count of it* being Passion Week).
Members and invited guests will assemble hi the
Club Room on tho afternoon of that day, for the pur?
pose of dining together.
Dinner w?l be served punctuaUy at C o'clock P.
D. F. FLEMING, I R. S. BRONS,
A. H. HAYDEN, ZIMMERMAN DAVIS,
JNO. F. O'NEIL, E. PLATT.
JNO. B. STEELE,
March 31 6_Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY.
THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIRST AN?
NIVERSARY ol the 8ociety will fall on Tuesday,
14th April next, boina tho first Tuosday in Easter.
The members will assemble at the Hall at 12 o'clock
M., to transact business and elect officers for the en?
suing year. F. LANCE Clerk.
[Extract from Tioenty-second Rule.]
"If any member s nail neglect to pay up his arrears
on the anniversary, his name and the sara due by
hun shall bo publicly read by the Clerk, on the
three subsequent regular meotings after said anni?
versary; and if bis arrears ne not fully paid by the
third reading, he shall be excluded the Society."
Hottces tn Bankruptn).
I~N~T1?KDISTB1CT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUIH CAROLINA.-IN THE MAT 1ER OF
P. G. BENBOW, BANKRUPT.-BY WHOM A
PE1ITION FOlt ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, A. D. 18C8, LN SAID COURT.-IN BANK
BUPTCY.-Tins is to sive notice, that on the twenty
third day of March, A.D. 18C8, a Warrant in Bankrupt?
cy wa? issued against the Estate of P. G. BENBOW,
of Wright's Bluff, m the District ot Clarendon,
and State of South Carolina, who bas been adjudged
a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that the payment of
any debts and dclivory of any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him or lor his use, anl tho
transfer of any property b ; him aro forbidden by
law; thatameettng of the Creditors ot the said Bank?
rupt, to provo their debts, and to choose one or more
Assignees of his Estate, will be hold at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to bo holden at No. 72 Broad-street,
Charleston, s. C., before R. B. CARPENTER, Regis?
trar, on thc twentieth day of April, A. D. 1808, at
12 o'clock, M J. P. M. EPPING,
United S tatos Marshal as Messenger.
April 1 1
IN THE DISTHICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STA IES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-'N THE MATTER OF H. L.
JEFFERS it CO., BANKRUPT S-IN BANKRUPTCY.
To whom it may concern : Ibo undersigned hereby
gives notice of lils apoolntmont ss Assignee of H. L.
JEFFEUS & CO., of Charleston, in the District of
Charleston, and State of South Carolina, within said
District, who have been adjudged Bankrupts upon
Uieir own pel icion by tho District Cc urt of said Dis?
Dated the 25th day of March, A. D. 1?C8.
J. CAMPS EN, Assignee.
March 20 6-april 9, 10. ll, 12, 13, IA. 10
T HEU ER'S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
Ko. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, ba been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve his friends and the public generally m the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
kc, kc, kc
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU?
MENTS, HEADSTONES, ?Sic.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at S. KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 51 First avenue, near Third-streot, New
York. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 Cmo
STEAM BRICK PRESS,
AWARDED BT TUE PAMS EXPOSITION Tj ??rVEBSELUE OF
1807 THK FIRST PRIZE MEDAL.
This powerful aud b-jautiful labor-saviug machine
will make 30,0110 bricks p^r day. Has been thorough?
ly tested, haring niado
MANY MILLION'S OF THE FINEST FACE B?ICKS,
as well as lower grade, all superior to any other,
at about half the cost of ordinary hand-made brick.
Tho Patent Company arj now prepared to sell
macli'nes with rights on royalty, or at a Used price,
and Pamphlets, with tin; necessary information, can
be had on application to
OFFICE GREGG'S hUV'.K PltESS PATENT CO.,
-Yo. ?81 rilESTXUT STRElCT,
March II 1 mo
JO\CE HOOPE H.-THIS THOROUGH?
ER!-!) STALLION, will make thc Spring scacon
at tiiu Cotton Shed, ( burch street uear Chalmer*
He wa- sired by imported Albion, dam Anu Chase ;
is hands hitri, a dork sorrel, with lino muscular
developments, and ol excellent carriage. His colts
are always flue ?iud ol superior parts.
Applications ior hi ? servieo must be made at tho
establishment, MEETING STREET, next Mills
House. March 20
THE ORANGEBURG IV EWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNIN
at Oraugeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per aunu .
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies
tbt ORANGEBUIVI NEWS w?l be circulated tor
benefit ni our advertising patrons.
Contract Advert? ?em en ta inserted on the most
lib?rai lerms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 2i Oraugeburg, S. C.
SA B.'G EST
STILL IN THE FIELD!
US" Tickets 33 cents; Rcec-.eO. Scats 50 cents. '. "
I?; had at tho Hall during thc ?la?, or at the Door at i
night Doore open at 7; to commence at 8 o'clock. -
April 1 I
J^rtOl?R Ul 1.Lil.Vii D SAL?O.Y,
CORNER OF KING AND MARKET STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATELi
chan, cd hands, and is newly re?tted and supplied
with tho best of
L.IQUOUS ASD SUGARS,
Freshly imported from New York.
In considera i ion of hard tunes thc price for luxu?
ries will bo reduced.
Amateurs'of the game of Hilliards are respectfully
invited to viait tho Saloon. January 17
A R~ D~W~?T~R~E ~,
FISHING TACKLE, &C
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE LOW,
LARGE STOCK OF:
LIMERICK, KIRBY AND BAIT HOOKS,
COTTON, HAIR AND SILK LINES
FLY SPOONS AND FLOATS
SHRIMP AND MULLET NETS
li A ND AND FOOT LINES
A LARGE STOCK OF
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
SAM'L R. MARSHALL,
NO. 310 KING-STREET,
THIRD POOR BL LOW SOCIEIY-S1REET,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
April 1 wfm6
gats atti) Caps.
DISSERTATION ON THE TIMES AND HATS.
THE PAST YEAR HAS BEEN ONE, IN POINT OF
PROFIT, remarkable for ita commercial dearth.
Merchaute everywhere exclaim, in melancholy
accents, wo bavo no money; yet the general aspect
might be worse, and, on the whole, we think mer
chants should rather congratulate themselves upon
having reached the "hard pan" with ao little dla1
turbancos, remembering that
The earth npon itu axis turns,
And many people frown,
Yet revolutions now and then
Must turn them upside down.
Still lot all hope-hops for the best ;
For not a man shall fall
Who keeps his upper lip right stiff,
And buys at STEELE'S -'Hat Hall."
Tho gradual transition, which baa been going on
for the last three yeart-maxim nm tb minimum
values-hos not so seriously impaired the financial
condition of merchants QB may have been at first
imagined. Nor has that distressing tornado, so long
anticipated, been realized; but by rigid domestic
economy salutary results hos been wrought out in
behalf of tho people by a marked decline in the price
of most all kinds of fabrics, especially HATS.
STEELE'S "HAT BALL" is now stocked with an
imzr euee variety of MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND LITTLE
CHTLJREH'S FELT HATS, of beautiful NEW.
STYLES. Also, an immense variety of MEN'S AND
BOY'S STRAW HATs. STEELE deals on the
ONE PRICE SYSTEM.
It expedites business, treats all customers equally
and justly; annihilates the imputation or over-charg?
ing on ono article to make up the loss on another;
obviates the nee casi ty of argument or over-perena
sion hi attempts to sell; vindicates itself by a prioci
plo impregnable to assault, EO securely ls lt founded
in justice; scorns dishonorable competition, and
stoops to no device to secure favor which shall entail
remorse; blends friendship with interest, and carries
with it the seal of approbation to the mind of every
intelligent man. It having occurred to us that a
system based upon equity mast wm to itself the
favor of a discriminating public, therefore, call and
look at our grand display, at
STEELE'S ?HAT HALL,"
SIGN OF THE BIG HAT,
April 1 1 No. 313 King-street
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THE SUMTER idEWS,
DARR & OSTEEN, proprietors.
X3UBLKHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT SUMTER,
? S. c Subscription S4.00 per annum. To
31ubs of loui ?3.00 per auuum.
Advertisements inserid on liberal terms.
(?iroffitf? etil? ?isctMtm.
}F HHDS. C. B. 8IDE3, PRIME
j O 10 hhds. R. Sido*, prim :
10 Mids. Shoulders, prime
io hhds. Butt C. B. Sides, primo
10 boxes Choice Strips
10 hhds. C. Sides, prime
25 carrels Molasses.
Landiug, in ?tore, and for sale by 1__ ,
Aprill wf2 LAUBEY 4 ALEXANDER.
' CASKS "SCHNAPPS" BOITLES
T 2 casks Rhenish Wine Bottles
3 casks Flasks
3 cases Wino Bottles
4 cases Lemon Syrup Bottles
1,000 boxes in Shooks.
For salo by R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
April 1_ 1
BBLS- FL?UB, FAMILY AND EXTRA.
J\J\J Landing and for aale by
Apr*11 1 R. 4 A. P. CALDWELL.
'A TUBS PURE LARD
)\J 5o tubs Extra Lard.
*_n ? ^d"1? and for sale by
*ggj1 *_R. 4 A. P. CALDWELL.
I I EBBS. SMOKED CUMBERLAND SIDES
LJL 9 hhds. Prime S. C. Shoulders
5 hhds. Prime C. R. Sides
6 boxes Dry !-alt Short Rib Middles
_ 4 bo?<? New York Sugar-Cured Strips.
For sale by B. 4 A. P. CALDWELL.
RICE FLOUR ! ~
L50 liff3 FEESH geouni> bice
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
April 1 N?"li Mttrket- opposite State-etreet.
5AAf\ SACKS LTVEBPOOL SALT JUST
A/Uv received per ship . Charleston."
For Bale by ROBERT MURE 4 CO.
April 1 g
LOO B0XES MAaLABI)'3 FINE FRENCH
For salo by
JOHN B. TOONI,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET,
Three doora below Market-street.
Aprill _ 2
RODUNDA ISLAND GUANO.
?) ff TONS RODUNDA ISLAND GUANO, PUT UP
?O in barrels and for sale at $2C per ton.
T. J. KERR A CO.,
Aprill 3 Kerr's Wharf.
E. FRANK COE'S SUPER-PHOS
PH ATE OF LIME .
Sf\ TONS OF THIS SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE
'J v 7 now landing, and tor sale by
E. H. RODGERS & CO.,
Aprill _8 North Atlantic Wharf.
AAA ORANGES, JUST RECEIVED PER
l)0?\J\J\J schooner Minerva, from Havana.
90 bunches of Bananas
26 dozen Pineapples
A large lot of PLANTAINS.
ALSO HT STORE:
40 boxes of Messina LEMONS and 30 barrels
PEACH BLUE POTATOES.
For aale in lots to suit purchasers, at low prices
or cash. CD. KENRICK,
March 81_7_No. 83 Market-treat.
WELCH & BB;ANDES,
Noa. 67 AND 69 S TATE-STREET,
OFFER FOB SALE, AT LOWEST MARKET
0,000 CHOICE SWEET FLORIDA ORANGES :
100 boxes Choice Messina Oranges
100 boxes Choice Palermo Oranges
60 boxes Choice Naples Oranges
50 boxes Choice Mestina Lemons
160 bushels Prime Wilmington Pea Nuts
160 bushels Prime African Pea Nuts-new crop
600 lbs. Preserved Figs-new article
600 lbs. Dried Figs
1000 fljs. Dates-new crop
60 barrels Choice Red Apples
100 barrels Choice Peach Blow Potatoes
100 barrels Choice Prince Albert Potatoes
100 b?rrela Choice Jackson White Potatoes,
Assorted Nuts, Dried Apples and Peach sa, New
.ayer Raisin a. Also, a choice s edee don of Canned
'ralts and Vegetables. March81
SHOULDERS, SIDES, STRIH^
I fifi HHDS STRICTLY PRIME SHOULDERS.
LUU 60 Hhds good Shoulders.
IOU Hhds strictly prime C. R. Sides.
.10 Hhds smoked Cumberland Middles.
100 Boxes Dry Salted Cumberland Middles.
.0000 pounds Choice Sugar Cured Strips.
25 Tierces C: oice Sugar Oared Hams.
100 B?rrala Mess Pork, '
20 Hid s Choice Grocery Sugar.
40 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco.
50 Barrels 8. R. Flour.
500 Sacks Liverpool Salt
100 Cases Whiskey.
Landing and m store, and for sale low by !
JEFFORDS 4 CO"
March 30 3 Noa. 17 and 19 Vendue Bange.
RED ASH COAL AFLOAT.
) A ( \ TONS BEST QUALITY RED ASH COAL,
J\J\J egg and stove sizes, now landing from
cbooner A H. Edwards, and for sale by
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
March 30 3 Coal Yard, Cumberland-Btreet
?ROCERY AND PROVISION STORK,
No. 107 MARKET-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND MEETING STREETS,
HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND ARE CON?
STANTLY RECEIVING a choice selection of
A M IL Y AND SHIP GROCERIES AND PRO
ISIJNS, of the best quality, and at the lowest
rices for cash.
Full weight guaranteed. All goods sent free of
barge to all parts of the city. The patronage ot the
ublic is respectfully solicited.
I r/\ TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, LANDING
LeJv/ from schooner "A P. Cranmer."
March 28 T. J. KERR 4 CO
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
CHE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BY
E. H. KELLERS 4 CO..
March 28_No. 131 Meeting-street
f\f\f\SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT-LARGE
.V/V/U socks. For sale by
March i_, T. J. KERR 4 CO.
AS A FERTILIZER.
)ER TON OF 2240 POUNDS (IN BARRELS OB
HD3.), delivered at any of the Railroad Depote or
harves in the city, at SM per ton.
OLNEY 4 CO.,
Nos. ll and 13 Vendue Range,
And next Savannah Railroad Wharf,
March 2 mwflmo_charleston. S. C.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
"MPORTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, in hampers
Bromea Lager Bier, bottled
And tor salo low by .
?nu xor CLACIUS 4 WITTE,
January 13 3n?o? No. 8C East Bay.
. f\f\ BUSHELS EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
^1 J ll it jg warranted genuine and of finest
mitty. Apply toopKW3j McPHEB?0N & ca>
North Atlantic Wharf,
February 7 fmwhno
It?ERlTli??Tis AN? BUSINESS MK Bi
Tr HO DESIRE TO SECURE TRADE FROM
/V that rich Cotton country, Southwest GeorT
a would do well to advertise in the
i old-established newspaper, published at the
mnshing little city of Lawson, in the heart of this
:h Cotton belt Having the largest (urculatioM
any paper in thia section, it offers extra induce
ents to advertisers.
BS- Published weekly at $2 per annum. Adver
ling rates moderate. EXAM CHRISTIAN,
December ll j Dawson. Ga.