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33 y Telegrapn.
LOTOON, February 20.-Tho Prus
aiuu Diet has called on the Prussian
Government to e^pluiu the following:
Prussian complication with the
United States Consul, procured the
arrest of a Prussian Jew, who had
eloped with a Jew's ward. The Prus?
sian Consul refused to interfere. The
Prussiau Jews are much excited, ex?
claiming against tho outrageons in?
sult to Prussia, The Hanoverian
Boyal family met in Vienna, nt a
private banquet. Hing George in?
formed the company that he would
soon resume tho throne of Hanover,
iu spite of Prussia. Political agita?
tions continue in Portugal. The
new Government is unpopular, and
The House of Commons has passed
tho bill suspending the habeas corpus
A French frigate is watched Farra?
CHARLESTON*, February 20.-Ar?
rived-Stearaor Columbia, Havana,
for New York, disabled. Sailed
Steamers Champion and Moneka,
New York; brig Valentine, Barce?
lona; schooner Azelda and Laura,
Baracoa; schooner D. Talbot, Bos?
ton; schooner Grape Shot, Now Or
SAVANNAH, February 20.-James
McGowan, Collector of the State tax,
was arrested to-day by tho military.
Mr. McGowan refases to give up the
records or money.
TOLEDO, OHIO, February 20.-Tho
Waldron House was burned this
morning, from tho explosion of a
NEW YORK, February 20.-The
steamship Arizona has arrived from
Aspinwnll, bringing a million and a
half in specie.
Governor Bullock, of Massachu?
setts, has vetoed tho bill repealing
tho liquor law.
The New Jersey Senate withdrew
its assent to the fourteenth article of
the Constitution-ll to 7.
Tho Wisconsin Democratic Con?
vention instructed its delegates to
vote a unit.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND., February 20.
The State Convention nnanimously
endorse Graut and Colfax.
WATERTOWN, N. Y., February 20.
The Democrats carried this town for
the first time in fifteen years.
Tile Reconstruction Conventions.
CHARLESTON, February 20.-lu tho
Convention, to-day, nothing was
done; the day was consumed in the
first reading, of sundry articles of the
Constitution yet to be acted upon.
RICHMOND, VA., February 21.-Tho
seat of tho conservative member from
Cnlpeper, who defeated Botts, lins
been declared vacant. Suffrage was
discussed. A leading Republican de?
mured that n certain amount of dis?
franchisement was still necessary.
HALEIGH, N. C., February 20.-No?
thing of importance transacted in the
Convention to-day. A colored mem?
ber gavo notice of an ordinance re?
moving the penalties from ministers
und magistrates for marrying whites
ATLANTA, February 20.-In tho
Convention, to-day, several reports
of committees were presonted. Gen.
Buger and Captain Rockwell, Provi?
sional Governor and Treasurer of
Georgia, visited tho Convention, to
TALLAHASSEE, February 20.--The
re-organized Convention continues
harmonious. Several articles of the
Constitution wore reported to-day.
Richards, late President of the Con?
vention, # and Saunders, a colored
member-both expelled-started for
Washington to-day, with the Consti?
tution mado by their faction.
At a political meeting in the Afri?
can Church, last night, several vio?
lent speeches were made by expelled
membors of the Convention. Saun?
ders designated General Meade as a
scallawag. Tho correspondence from
this placo and Jackson villi?, by Solon
Robinson, to the Now York Tribune,
is denounced as false by members of
WASHINGTON, February 20.-In tho
House, tho Committee on Foreign
Affairs reported a bill regarding Ame?
ricans abroad; it gives naturalized
citizons tho same protection as na?
tivo born, and authorizes the Presi?
dent to make retaliation. The bill
naturalizing foreigners who had en?
listed in tho army or navy, passed.
Tho Reconstruction Committee re?
ported a bill removing disabilities
from certain parties. The army ap?
propriation bill passed.
Cong rr*? lon ul.
In the Senate, a bill establishing a
national school of mines, was intro?
duced. A remonstrance against the
admission of Colorado, was present?
ed. The Honse supplemental bill
was taken up, and after argument
and various suggestions, Davis moved
to amend by repealing the Recon?
struction Acts, and spoke at length,
when tho Senate adjourned.
The President has revoked the or?
der assigning Sherman to the com?
mand of thc department of the At?
The Democratic Committee is
nearly full. The probabilities favor
St. Louis us the place of meeting of
Internal revenue receipts to-day
8262,000. Customs receipts for tho
week, endi.- the 18th, S3.000.000.
The Committees have determined
to renew municipal charters for ono
year, in order to test moro fully uni?
FINANCIAL ANO COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, Febrnnry?20.-Sales of
cotton to-day 245 bales-middling
NEW YORK, February 20-Noon.
Gold 40,'.j. Flour firm, and 5@10c. i
lower. Corn '?@,lc. lower. Mess
pork 24'u'. Lard very Brm, at 14V^ I
(3ll5J?. Cotton firmer, at 24)?(g
24%. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton opened active, ?
excited and fully }-.,c. higher, but ;
closed dull, with tho nd van co lost;
Rales 13,000 bales, at 24' .<-closing nt
24. Flour dull. Wheat l@2o. lower.
Coru-Southern white 1.19(31.24;
yellow 1.2?@ 1.28. Pork steady
new 24.10; old' 22%. Lard firmer,
at l?}?@15%. Gold a little firmer. 1
BALTIMORE, February 20.-Cotton ;
excited. Flour aud wheat unchanged.
Corn firmer-white firstname.lastname@example.org; yel?
CHARLESTON, February 20.-Cot?
ton moderately active-prices steady;
sales 900 bales-middling 23@23'.j;
receipts of the week 10,920; sales of
the week 7,000; stock 24,300.
AUGUSTA, February 20.-Cotton
market firm; sales 820 bales; receipts
1,225-New York middling 22,'?@23;
sales of the week 6,360; receipts
SAVANNAH, February 20.-Cotton
opened excited, and closed firm but
quiet-middling 24; sales 2,271 bales;
receipts 3,897; receipts of tho week
23,137; stock 2,638.
MOWLE, February 20.-Cotton
closed quiet and firm; sales 2,800
bales; receipts 1,636; exports 5,477
NEW ORLEANS, February 19.-Su?
gar easy-common 12}.,(ji)V?'A?; fuir
13?.?(a>14; prime 15. Molasses lirm
common 65; choico 85; Muscovado,
by tho cargo, 12}?. Cotton steady- i
middlings 23'J((i 24; sales4,000bales;
receipts 4,821; exports 7,419. Sterl
ing 51|?@51??. Gold 39
LIVERPOOL, February 19-Even?
ing.-Cotton firm and active-up?
lands 9%; to arrive 91.,'; Orleans ll);
sales 20,000 bales.
LONDON, February 20-3 P. M.
Consols 93 Bonds 12}^@12%.
LIVERPOOL, February 20-3 P. M.
Cotton buoyant, excited and irregu?
lar-uplands 10; Orleans IO1.,'. Cot?
ton shipments from Bombay for tho
week ending tho 15th February,
ON hand, and for salo, STATE BILLS
RECEIVABLE, for all duos to thc
State. GREGG, PALMER & CO.
GUANO ! GUA
NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, per ton of 2,C
Sardy's Soluhlo Phoupho-Pcruviau Gi
an, per ton of 2,000 Iba., in bags,
Sardy's Ammoniatcd Soluhlo Pacific Guano,
ton of 2.000 lbs., in bags or barrels,
Baker's and Jarvis' Island South Pacific
2,000 lbs., in bags or barrels, -
Bolivian, High Grado and Genuine Pacific
or barrels, ------
Lower Grades of Phosphatic-Caribbean i<
Ground Land Plaster Gypsum, per barrel,
Tho above being Charleston cash prices
Credit will be given upon undoubted acce]
Particular attention is called to tho above
WHICH aro rich compounds of "BAKER
analyzing 65 and 60 per cent. Bono Phosph
35 per cent, Phosphoric Acid, ammoniatcd \
mal matter, making most concontratod an
constituents of all vegetation, ami adapted
and crops, having boen thoroughly and sat
Farmors and Planters, upon Cotton, Tobacc
whom tho highest testimonials have been rt
For sale by tho cargo or retail, in bags ac
Importer and Manufacturer
General Agonta for Columbia, South Caro
February 13 3?
IMP OR TA JN T
SHIPPEES of COTTON, &c.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., TO BALTIMORE,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
TBK SPLENDID BCH.EW STEAMSHIPS
FALCON, - E. C. REED, Com'r.
SEA GULL, - N. P. DUTTON, Com'r.
OF largo carrying carmcity, making
averago trips ot fifty-five to sixty
hours, leave Charleston once a week for
Baltimore, and offer superior facilities for
through freights to and from that port.
COURTENAY A TUENHOLM,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Union Wharves, Charleston, H. C.
I Or, MORDECAI A CO., Agents,
Sept 21 tnfCmo Baltimore. Md.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
! ^ THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
MHOTEL has been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and is
now ready for the accommodation of the
traveling public, whose patronage is re?
The proprietor promises to do all in his
power for tho comfort of bis guests.
March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL. Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
_ CHALMERS STREET,
Charleston, S. C. DEI-,- fSCOKJ^ '
JSWIGHEN & BAKER, Pro- '?Mfi
M ?I prietors. Carriages, Phetons, Bug?
gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours.
Mules and Horses for salo. Feb 27
CHARLESTON, S. C.
i/JH^V THE undersigned having
*<llSfflL^A.- taken charge of the above
^"*Taff?j5E well-known HOTEL, re
gffy^fcjflE*, sneet fnllv informs bis
friends and the traveling public that it has
been REFURNISHED, Sn all of its depart?
ments. Tho tablo will, at all times, be
nupplied with thc bept the Market affords,
including every delicacy in season, while
tho cuisine will bo unexceptionable. Tho
Bath Rooms attached to tho Hotel aro sup?
plied with tho celebrated Artesian Water,
and Hot, Cold or Shower Baths can be ob?
tained at any timo. Tho sam ? attention
will bo paid to tho comfort of tho guests
as heretofore, and travelers car. rely upon
finding tho Charleston Hotel equal to any
in the United States. Tho patronage of
tho traveling public is respectfully solicit?
ed. J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
Jan ll 3mo Proprietor.
New York Advertisements.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
B A ftKERS,
NO. IC WALL STREET, NEW TOR Ii.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and t thor Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change bv a member of tho Arm. Oct 8
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. Jons lt. CECIL.
Cvuns J. LAWBBNOB. WM. A. HALSTKO
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
United States Type Foundry
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 23, 80 and 32Centre street, (corner
of Reade street,) Now York. Tho typo
on which this paper is printed ii from tho
above Foundry. Nov 18
On Consignment, with Orders to Sell.
Ork BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
OU 10 boxes Extra Fino Tobacco.
CO boxes Low Priced Scgars.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 halos Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLI.ESON.
WO lbs., in bags, .... $05 00
?ano, ammouiatcd with No. 1 Fcruvi
. 70 00
ammoniated with animal matter, per
best phosphatic-Guanos, por tor. of
. 50 00
Guano, per ton of 2,000 lbs., in bags
. 55 00
:a-Guanos, - - - 35 00 to 10 00
expenses to point of delivery added,
[dances-in which cascan extra charge will
LE PACIFIC GUANOS,
8 ISLAND" and "BOLIVIAN 0UANO8,"
ato, (rendered soluble.) and yielding 30 to
vith No. 1 Peruvian Guano, and with ani
d rich fertilizers; combining the chemical
as nearly as possible to all climates, soils
isfaetorily tested by practical and scientific
:o, Wheat and Vegetables of all kinds, from
id barrols, in quantities to suit purchasers,
JOHN B. HARDY,
j 58 South street, corner Wall, New York,
GRABBER, Mc JUNKIN Si BENN,
Czjf??, GutvXv*, urockery, dbe.
BY D. C.PELXOTTO & SON.
THI8 (Friday) MORNING, 21at Instant, at
10 o'clock, wo will soll, at onr Amnion
10 baga Coueo,
15 boxes Adamantino Caudles,
10 boxes Colgate's No. 1 Soap,
I 13 barrels lri?h Potatoes,
5 Arkins lino Butter.
10 Arkins extra Lard,
10,000 Segare-various brands,
20 gross tine Parlor Matches.
A large and varied assortment of Eng?
lish Granite and Chinawaro, which will
positively bo sold to the highest bidder. 1
Bale positive. Torms cash. Fob 21
United States Internal Revenue.
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 20, 18G8.
ON MONDAY, 2d day of March noxt,
will bo sold, the HOUSE situated on
Washington street and on the premises of
R. N. Lewis, formerly used as a bowling
alloy. Levied on as the properly of James
Faut, for non-payment of special taxes.
That HOUSE on Plain street, formerly
occupied by Rurr Sc Lee, photographers.
Levied on as the property of Burr ft Leo.
for non-payment of special tax.
A. S. WALLACE, Collector.
Fob 21 f4_
Extensive Sale of Handsome and Well Kept
Furniture, belonging to a Family declin?
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON THURSDAY MORNING, Rho 27th
st., at 10 o'clock, wo will sell, a large
and varied assortment of household
FURNITURE, ''ousisting as follows:
2 Large and Elegant Rosewood SOFAS,
2 Hundi?me Rosewood Marble Tor
1 Handsome Rosewood Velvet Arm Chair,
6 " " " Chairs,
8 " " Reception Chairs,
yds. new and elegant Velvet Carpeting
2 Beautiful Velvet Rugs,
1 pair Beautiful Velvet Ottomans.
PA H LOR.
.18 yards Beautiful Brussels CARPET
2 Beautiful Mahogany Sofas,
1 Beautiful Mahogany Easy Chair,
ti *' " Brace Chaird,
1 Largo and Elegant-toned Piano, ant
numerous other articles of Furnitur?
which adorn a parlor.
1 Oak SIDEBOARD, Marble Top,
G Oak Dining Chairs,
1 Largo Dining Table,
Damask and Oil Cloth Carpets, Ac.
1 Large and Beautiful Walnut WARD
1 Beautiful Walnut Marido Top Table,
2 " " Bedsteads,
1 " " Bureau and Glass,
1 Marble Top Walnut Washstand,
1 Walnut Table, (i Walnut Chairs,
8 Splendid Rocking Chairs,
Feather Beds, Mattresses, Bolsters an
Pillows, together with a large, lino an
varied assortment of CROCKERY, GLASS
WARE and Cooking Utensils generally.
.I Handsome Brussels and Three-pl
CARPETS, and numerous other articlt
too lengthy to detail.
Terms of salo cash. Persons in want <
furniture of any description would do we
to wait and attend this salo. Feb ls
BY virtue of sundry writs ot fieri facia
to mo directed, I will sell, on tl
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Marc
next, before the Court House in Columbi
within the legal hours, tho following pr
All that lot, piece or parcel of LANI
upon which is sit natcd tho Hotel known I
tho "Shiver House," in tho city ol (John
bia, and bounded on the East by estate
J. I. Walter, South by Plain street, We
by J. 0. Janney's lot and Gates street, at
North by Catholic Church lot: levied <
as the property of William Shiver, at tl
suit of Robert C. Shiver and thc State
South Carolina for taxes.
The Ilotiso and Lot, on the comer
Gervais and Rull streets, in tho city
Columbi.i, known as the late residence
John Bauakott, deceased. The lot co
taina 1 1-8 acres, more or less, bounded
follows: South by Gervais street, East
Bull street, West by Dr. Leland's lot, ai
North by Lady street; levied on as tho pi
porty of John Baunkett, at the suit of 1
H. Gibbes, Wm. A. Harris, et al. Tl
property will bo sold at thc risk of Mi
Sophia llauskctt, tho former purchaser
she having failed to comply with terms
All that lot or parcel of Land, in the c
of Columbia, on which is erected a lar
Machino Shop and Foundry. Tho lot c*e
tains about 2 j acres, and -bounded Not
by Richland street, EaBt by E. W. Mi
snail's lot and homestead of dcfcndai
South by Laurel Btreet, and Wost by L
coln street; levied on as tho property
Wm. Glaze, at tho suit of E. J. Arthur
Terms cash. P. W. GREEN,
Feb 9 t _S. R. D
BY virtue of sundry tax executions,
rected to mo, I will soil, on tho Flit
MONDAY and TUESDAY in March no
in front of the Court House, in Cohnnb
within tho legal boura, the following p;
200 acres of Land, moro or less, in Ri(
land District, bounded on tho North by
G. Brevard, Eaat by J. J. Chappell, Sot
bv Thomas Davis, and West ny estate
Wright Denley; levied on as tho propel
of tho eatato of B. Gunter, at the suit
tho State of South Carolina for taxes.
249 acres of Land, in Richland Distri
bounded on tho North by estate of -
Doby, Eaat by Wm. Goff, South by Be
Miles, and Woat by landa of-Ban
loviod on as tho proporty of Jeremiah 1
th*ny, at tho ?nit of (ho State of Ro?th
Circling foi- laxes.
450 acres of Land, in Richland District,
hounded on the North by E. Atkinson,
East by P. Brown and J. D. Evans, South
by Isaac Walker, and Wost by Mrs. O. Wil
Hon; levied on as tho property of the es?
tate of John Brazel, at tho suit of the
State of South Carolina for taxes.
250 acres of Land, in Richland District,
bounded on tho North-east by John Wages,
South-east by John Fields, South-west by
Wm. Higgins, and North-west by W. G.
Burdol); ievied on as tho property of M.
S. Higgins, at tho suit o? the State of South *
Carolina for taxes.
45 acres of Land, adjacent to the city of
Columbia, bounded as follows: North and
East by estate of J. C. Walker, South by
Boundary street, and West by the Fair
Ground; levitd on as the property of Wm.
Summers, at the suit of the Stato of South
Carolina for taxes.
The House and Lot, on Richardson
street, in the city of Columbia, bounded en
the North hy eetate of G. Starling, West
bv-Foot, South by Green street, and
East by Richardson street; lovied on as the
property of Daniel Scott, at tho suit of tho
State ol South Carolina for taxes.
A vacant Lot. on the corner of Richard?
son and Laurel stroets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing 1 acre, moro or less,
and bounded on the North by Laurel street,
on the East by Richardson street, South
by estate of Charles Beck, and West by
Assembly street; levied on as the property
of Keating A- Ball, at tho snit of the State
of South Carolina and city of Columbia for
1 square of Land, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded un tho North by Laurel street,
East by Huger street, South by Blanding
street, and West by Williams street: lovied
on as the property of J. Lumsden, for
taxes, and to be sold at tho risk of John
D. Bateman, thc purchaser at former sale.
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN,
Pcb nt. S. R. b. _
Valuable Lands For Sale.
BEING destrona of changing my busi?
ness, I propose to sell my FARM,
known as the "Lav Place," lyiug on tho
North fork of Little River, in Choohee Val?
ley, Pickcna District, S. C., and distant
from Walhalla thirteen miles. This place
contains 1.375 acres, 250 of which is tho
finest bottom land in the Stato, all now
under cultivation. The bottom is not sub?
ject to ovcrllow, and produces from forty
to fifty bushels of Corn to the acre; but,
with proper cultivation and manuring,
would produce double that amount.
There is, upon tho place, a good
DWELLING HOUSE containing six rooms,
with all necessary out-buildings, includ?
ing a Blacksmith" Shop conveniently lo?
cated. There aro also four othor settle?
ments near tho place, now occupied and
being improved by tenants; also, a good
GRIST MILL in excellent order, with a
This Farm, lying at tho foot of the
Mountains, contiguous to a range extend?
ing for miles, offers rare inducements to
stock growers. It is within two miles of
Kahtmann's Gold Mine, and has been ex?
amined and tested by four experienced
miners, all of whom pronounced tho speci?
mens -found in several places-aa rich as
ever found anvwhere. Tue Gold is hero to
show for itself, and miners aro invited to
come and seo.
I wiU also sell.
Fine lot of MULES, 3,000 bushels CORN,
PEAS, HAY, FODDER, SHUCKS,
WAGONS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Stock of CATTLE and HOGS,
linus? hold and Kitchen FURNITURE,
&C., with tho Land, if desired.
Any ono wishing to purchase such pro
fierty can now get a bargain. Terms shall
ie liberal- part payment in cash, balance
on time to suit purchaser. Persons desir?
ing to see the place, by giving mo a few
days notice, will be met at Walhalla and
carried out to it, where every opportunity
will be given them to look at it.
W. R. SMITH.
WALHALLA, S. C. _ Fob 18 g
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No. 410Spruco st., Philadelphia, Ponn.
June 24 _r ly
South Carolina--Richland District.
John W. Parker, Executor of J. T. Munda,
ts. Ann E. Munds et al.
PURSUANT to decretal order of Chan?
cellor Lesosno in tho above stated
case, January 14, 1808. tho creditors of
JAMES T. MUNDS aro hereby required to
establish their demands before rae, within
three months from dato of thia publication.
D. B. DKSAUSSURE, 0. E. R. D.
Jan 17_f 13
Copeland & Bearden
TTAVE ON HAND
i L 200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra FamUy FLOUR,
1,00011)8. New Bacon nAM8,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffeo and Molasses,
20 bids. Golden and Boe-hiva Syrups,
Bagging and Balo Rope,
200 sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 baloB Yarn. Ko? 10