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NEWS SUMMARY.
-Gold in New York yesterday reached 44,
but afterwards receded, ajBtesed at 42$a42J.
-Cotton in New York jfclQBtiull and heavy,
and fully 1 cent lower. TM?BDOO biles, at 23
cents.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull-uplands
9} on the spot; to arrive 9J. Sales 8000 balee.
-The new hotel in Norfolk progresses finely
towards completion, and will be, it is said, a
magnificent structure.
-It is said that the handsomest paper in the
United States (with one exception of course) is
printed at Denver, Colorado.
_The Macon police aro vigorously enforcing
the vagrant law and the number of idle ne?
groes has consequently materially decreased.
-Lowell, Massachusetts, is no longer enti?
tled to special prominence as the "City of
Spindles." Fall River exceeds it by 40,046 spin?
dles.
-A New York billiardist punched his cue
entirely through a billiard ball the other day,
in proof of which curious story the ball is shown
with the hole.
-The supply of teas in the United States will
before long be greatly increased. No less than
twenty-four ships loaded with teas are now due
in New York from the East.
-A lady in New Orleans petitions the City
Council to pay her fare to Washington, where
she expects to receive $625,000,000 from an
English estate. It all depends on her getting
money enough to gp to Washington.
-In view of the Ob?rai charities of Boston,
a wag of that city suggests that a good way to
live there cheaply is to get meals at a public
soup house, spend the day at the public libra?
ry, and the night at the station house.
-One of the most recent patents is for a
watch case that is dust proof and water proof.
The inventor washes the ou ?ido of watches
having this improvement, and lea os them in a
pail ot water ever night without injuring them.
-The Board of Presbyters who had charge
of the trial of the Rev. Mr. Tyng have decid?
ed that he violated the canon in relation to
parochial jurisdiction, and that ho should re?
ceive a public "admonition," which is the mild?
est penalty provided in such cases.
-Henry Ward Beecher, in a communication to
the New York Ledger, contrasting the influence
over children of the rod and the sugar plum,
owns up to having been long grievously in er?
ror. He said he tried the rod in governing his
own children, but uses the sugar plum with his
grand-children.
-Nine Oe rm ana were recently witnesses in a
case in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., involving the in?
toxicating properties of lager beer, all of whom
testified to the constant use of it in quantities
varying from twenty to sixty glasses in a day,
and one taatified that he had drank eighty
glasses without experiencing any intoxicating
effect.
-In a recent editorial, the London Times
denounces the practico, prevalent in England,
of adulterating cotton goods, and points out 1
ita disastrous effects upon English credit. It j
says: "We would only press upon the trade j
thia fact, now rendered very plain, that if they
persist in unfair dealing the nulla of India and
Amern? will leave those of Lancashire idle."
-The Macon Journal and Messenger says 1
that many planters are still in the market to 1
hire hands. Nearly all worth having have long <
since been secured, and consequently those j
taken now, as a general rule, are not worth ,
much. The price-1 aid have been irom $35 to (
$75, rations furn ib et i, $60 being the average.
This is about the amount grown negroes an?
nually cost their owners before the war.
-Hiram Smith, an eccentrio old bachelor, at 1
Chester, Mass., is having his sepulchre hewn
malarge rock in that town. He pays a man \
$700 to do the work, and by the stipulation the .
oave ie to be seven ieet long, four wide and
four deep, and after the coffin is put in the
aperture will be sealed up with a marble slab
and cement. Smith says he doesn't want mud <
to get around bia bones; he means to have a ?
dry place for them.
-One of the Mexican bandits captured a rich
merchant, and sent to his wife a demand tor a
large ransom. It was refused, and the next
day another .messenger appeared with an ear>
which the lady recognized ss once upon her
husband's head. She still refused, and the fol?
io .ing day another 6ar was sent with the inti?
mation that the gentleman would be sent home
in pieces uni .-sa redeemed in the lump. This
brought ouithe money; but when the husband
returned his ears were on his head, i he ques?
tion is, where did the other ears come from ?
-A body of one hundred and taonty-five
men (Zouaves), enlisted for the defence of the
Pope by the Catholics of Montreal, arrived in
New York on Friday evening, preparatory to
their departure for Europe on Saturday in the
Bteamer St. Laurent. There is no truth in the
report that Prince Yturbide is among them?
Some of the Roman Catholics in New York
telegraphed the Zouaves, before leaving Mon?
treal, that they would give them a public re?
ception if they would accept of it; but the re?
ply was that as such a demonstration would be
likely to provoke a counter-demonstration,
they would prefer to dispense with it. A band
of musio was then tendered them, but that,
too, was politely declined.
-AWashington correspondent says: "One
of the younger members of the French Lega?
tion has become noted for his gallant speeches
and his exquisite compliments. A few eve?
nings eince, at a 'german' at Governor Mor?
gan's, he was introduced to a witty New York
lady, who has an unmistakably ugly flat nose.
The polite Frenchman discreetly compliment?
ed her on her dancing, to which she archly re?
plied : 'Ah I I have heard you are a flatterer;
but you cannot find it in your heart to compli?
ment me on my personal beauty, so you praise
my dancing.' 'Madam,' was the reply, with a
Parisian bow, 'you are an angel fallen from
Heaven, but you fell on your nose.' The lady
narrated this compliment with grout compla?
cency, until it was naughtily insinuated that
she was 'a fallen angel,' since when she is
silent on the subject."
-The New York Sun suggests the following i
legislation aa a means of preventing railway
accidents : For every engine, tender or car ]
that shall run off the track im po a o a fine, say
of five hundred dollars. For every misplacing 1
of a switch, five hundred dollars. For every '
car that shall upset, one thousand dollars. For <
every collision of trains, two thousand dollars. ]
For every bi caking through ol a bridge, two
thousand dollars. For every person killed, i wo
thousand dollars. For every broken hmb or
bone, one thousand dollars. For every other
injury to the person, not hazarding hfe or hmb,
from two hundred and fifty to five hundred
dollars. And so on for other accidents and in?
juries; tho imposition of these fines not to pre?
vent suits by individuals for injuries to theil
perrons or property, nor criminal prosecu?
tions in appropriate cases, but to be regarded
as penalties inflicted on behalf of the public.
CHARLESTON.
TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1SG8.
Thc First Step.
The Rubicon has been crossed. By a
strict party vote the House of Representa?
tives has resolved to impeach the Presi?
dent of high crimes and misdemeanors in
office. Before the movement thus begun
can be consummated, time must elapse
two, three, six weeks, perhaps months.
During this period public sentiment will
react and make itself felt. Temporary ex?
citement will give wny to "the sober,
second thought." Representatives of the
great oommercial and financial interests of
the country will demand that those interests
shall not be jeopardized by a political
revolution wrought to secure party ends.
The Radical wing of the Republican or?
ganization may itself be weakened and de?
moralized, and shrink from the responsi?
bility of completing the task it has
begun with so much apparent unanimity.
The movements of the Executive have evi?
dently not been hasty or ill-advised. Every
step in tb? programme has no doubt b-een
marked out and anticipated, and we shall
bo surprised if the struggle on Mr. JOHN?
SON'S part should prove other than a long
and close one.
The Aluin Question.
Mr. PENDLETON, of Ohio, is day by day
looming up more prominently before the
people as a Presidential candidate, and in?
dications are not wanting that the enthusi?
astic support he receives in the West will
soon be equalled by his popularity in the
East. They who desire perennial strife
and disoord will not give Mr. PENDLETON
their support. They who are bondholders
and not tax-payers will not join the green?
back league But those who wish well to
the whole country, whose pockets are being
drained that the purses of the bond-lords
may be filled until they burst,-the masses,
in fact, as opposed to moneyed-aristoc?
racy,-are eagerly watching for the prophet
of relief and preparing to give him a warm
and hearty welcome.
The views cf Mr. PENDLETON on tho na?
tional finances have already been noticed
in this paper, but, in order that his green?
back plan may be generally understood, we
give a succinct statement of its principal
points.
Mr. PENDLETON is of opinion that the
United States five-twenties should be paid
at maturity, not in gold but in legal tender
notes. Seventeen hundred millions of five
twenties and bonds which bear interest in
currency fall due within the next five
years-that is they may then be paid eff at
the option of the government, having run
five years. To liquidate these bonds, by
payment in greenbaokB, would, it might be
urged, oause an immense inflation of the '
currency; but Mr. PENDLETON contends
that the liquidation oan take place without
inflating the currency beyond a safe and
just point.
Three hundred and thirty-eight millions 1
jf United States bonds lie in tbe Treasury i
ns security for three hundred millions of [
national bank paper. This circulation, ac- i
cording to Mr. PENDLETON, should be called .
in, and the bonds redeemed by legal ten?
ters which will take the place of the bank .
circulation. This would reduce the inter- f
ist bearing debt to fourteen hundred mil?
lions, and would save the government ,
twenty millions of interest. ?
The Secretary of the Treasury expects
to save forty-eight millions out of current
revenue. Add to this the twenty millions
saved in interest, and there is a sum of -
sixty-eight millions, which converted into .
greenbacks at one hundred and forty would
give one hundred millions, which sum, an?
nually, as a sinking fund, would pay off the j
whole debt in fifteen years, without adding
one dollar to taxation or the circulating ,
medium. Thus, the five-twenties could be
paid off in greenbacks without inflating the
currency, and without touching the ordi?
nary revenue or cutting down the enormous :
expenditure growing out of Radical legis- 1
latios.
But let the reformer be set to work, and
the expenses of the government-indepen?
dently of interest-be reduced to one hun?
dred and fifty millions, and there would be,
one hundred and fifty millions for current
expenses, one hundred and thirty millions
for public interest, and one hundred mil?
lions for a sinking fund, making in all three
hundred and eighty millions. This, de?
ducted from a revenue equivalent to that of
1866, would leave a balance of one hundred
and eighty millions, which might be added
to the regular sinking fund of one hundred
millions. There would then be an annual
sinking fund of two hundred and eighty
millions, which, in five years, would pay
every cent of principal and interest of the
public debt, without inflating the currency
by one single dollar.
After the five years one hundred and fifty
millions can be taken off taxation, and there
would still bo left the means of meeting the
three hundred millions of bonds which fall
due in 1874. Then taxation could be con?
tracted two hundred millions more, the
debt maturing in 1881 could be paid, the
greenbacks called in, and the country go
back to constitutional currency.
This is the plan proposed by Mr. PEN?
DLETON, and it is sustained by the great
majority who do not hold United States '
bonds but who pay taxes. The debt of the
United States is not in many hands. A few
thousands of wealthy men are the creditors ?
who hold the evidenoes of debt, and many
[aillions are the debtors who are deter?
mined that the debt shall be paid, but in
heir own way and at their own time. The
nany will overcome the few, and in the
popular mind it is already resolved that
Ibe bouda of the Uuitcd States shall be paid
off in greenbacks, that (he national banks
shall rio longer receive interest on bonds
whioh form their basis of circulation, and
that, if there must be paper money at all,
the greenback is tho best form in which it
can bc issued.
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LOST, SOMEWHERE ON KING OR
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comalning about ? 8 lu small bilis, and some private
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wiU confer a tavor, sud may keep the money, if be
will 'cave tho papers addressed to "J. M." at tho
OFFluE OF THK DAILY NEWS. February 15
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street, opposite Franklin-street. February 6
EE MO VAL -?. ?ARDING.-MRS.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
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sTREET, is now prepared to rurulsh Board to a lim.
itcd uumber of Ladies and Gentlemen. Term* mod
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ilcmflD?ls.
CHAS. HICKEY. GILDER, PORTRAIT
and Picture Frame Manuta-turer, has removed
to No. 345 KING-aTREET, between Liberty and
Qcorge s treats. 3 February 25
DR. H BECKLEY,
HuMCEOPATHIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
to HASEL STREET, No. 70, four or five doors
casi ot thu Post?nico. January 30
dissolution.
DISSOLUTION.
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TING under the name of Mc MILLAN A JOW
ITT, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. J. W.
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ot the concern.
JAS. w. MCMILLAN.
Fobruary 1 THAL. C. JO WITT.
THE UNDERSIGNED
WILL CONTINUE THE BOOK A> D JOB PRINT?
ING business on his owu accounr, at No. 33
fcUj ne-streer, and solicits a cont?nuatiou of th? pat
.oa !>-. o of his m ends and thc public. Huving a large
iSBortment ol new type, necessary machinery, a fine
Rock of paper, cards, Ac, will execute all ordure
intrusted to him, hi a superior style, with accuracy
md promptness, and at such rates as to defy com
puti?ou. JAS. NV. McMIXoAN.
February 3
Oaf?tion?l.
FEMALE COLLEGE.
IiHE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
bpartanburg, S. C., will opea October 3d, 1867.
The President, Kev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., w?T
JU aided by competent, experienced teachers in
ivtry dopartmont.
Board for half year.$70.00
Tuition.20.00
Contingent Fee. 2.00
Music and ail the Ornamental Branches very low.
'those wishing to patromso tho School will please
id dress thc PrcbideuL Itu_August 9
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LiiGLlSri GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month m ad vance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
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Sample doz., terms, ?. v. esra?, etc., sent on receipt
of ?X D. CUMailNUS ii CO.,
No. 42 boutu Ma.-aet street, Boston.
November 26 3mos
Justness CurOS.
Jg H, KKLLKHS t. CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECEIVED WEEKLY.
,93-PREsCRlPTiONS PCT Ul' WITH CAB?.~Gt
January 3_ tutbs
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
iVo. 344 KINO-S2EEET,
Between socioty-strect and George-strcct.
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICE;.
JOHN VAN WINE IVE,
January 21 tuthsGuios No. 344 King-street.
FOLEY'S
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 31A REE TS TEE FT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where moy be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FRO JK AND DRESS COATS, Shins, Uu
derbhirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
hoots, shoes. Hots and Caps, Trunks, Cai pet Bau s,
Valises, tc. February 6
IL Ll AM II. GILLI LA ND tSi SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OFFICE No. 33 H A YNE-STREET,
Meon-lllliiT a
Jg L. BARRE,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
KER,
No. 141 East Bay,
January 1 3mo
w.B
Commission Mi rebuts.
GRIFFIN,
Commission Merchant
AMD
AUCTIONEER,
COBNER JACKSON AND ELLIS STREETS,
Augusta, Georgia,
EE8PECTFULLY ANNOUN JES IO THE TUBLIC
that ho is now prepared to attend to any
AUCTION or COMMISSION BU* IN ESS which may
bo entrusted to his care, and that he will exert him?
self to moko prompt and satisfactory returnc ot any
business that may bc confided to him.
Consignments ol REAL EiTAiE, MEUCHVN
DISE. Ac, fcc., Folieitod. Couimiesions moderate.
Libtrol cash advances made on consi^ uniente.
February 1_Imo
W
ILL I S &. C H I S O L M,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIAMEN'I (to Foreign and Domestic: purr*) of
COTTON. UICE, LUMBER AND SA VA!. STOKE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. tVM.I.i.s.iv. U. t.U'Swl.M
October 25
E
M. MARSHALL A BROTHER,
AUCTIONEERS,
REAL ESTATE A G E N T S. BROKER*
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, fcc., BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
PROPERTY LEASED.
.9S*Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, fcc, every
Wednesday. October 111
tonsorial.
|^ HETJ ER'S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
IS AT
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, ha been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve his friends and the public generally in the seve?
ral branches of his ort, viz:
SHAVING
HAIR-DRESSING
SHAMPOOING
HAIR DYING
fcc, fcc., &e.
January ll I
CIT Tr COTJNCII.
THE REGULAR MEETING WILL BE HELD IN
Council Chamber, Thu Afternoon-, at 5 o*c ocle.
V . H. a 41 ITH,
February 23 1 Clerk of Council.
HEID publications.
^KETCHES OP THE DELEGATES
TO THE
GREAT RINGED, STREAKED AND STRIPED.
SKETCHES OF THE DELEGATES FBOM THE
THIRTY-ONE Districts of South Carolina to the
Club House Assembly, complete in one paper.
Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per single copy or
fire copies for SI.
For sale at the MERCURY OFFICE.
February 25 1
I ) USSELL'S BOOK STORK.
WEEKLY LISr OF
NEW BOOKS.
BAKER-The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, and
the Sword Hunters of the Hara ran Arabs. By Slr
Samuel W. Baker, with illustrations. 1 voL, 8 vo. $6.
AGASSIZ; a Journey io Brazil. By Professor and
Mrs. Louis Agassiz, with 20 illustrations. 1 vol.,
8 yo. SS.
QUEEN VICTORIA-Leaves from tho Journal of
our Life in the Highlands ii om 1848 to 1881, to which
arc prefixed and udded Extracts from tho name Jour?
nal giving au account of Earlier Visits to Scotland
and Towns in England and i . ? ind, and Yachting
Excursions. 1vol., 12 mo. SI.75.
MOTLEY; a History of tho United Netherlands
(Vol. 3), from the Assassination of Henry IL to the
Conferences at Gcriruydenberg, 1C90-1600. by John
Lathrop Motley, author of "Risc of tho Dutch Re?
public." 1 vol., 8 vo. S3 50.
DuCHAILLU-Stories of the Golilla Country,
narrated for young people. By P. B. DuChallln.
1 vol., 12 mo. $1.75.
PENDEKGBAST-Tho Cromwellian Settlement of
Ireland, with 3 Maps. 1 vol., 12 mo. $1.50.
HOQO-Tho Microscope, its history, construction
and application, being a laminar introduction to the
uso ol the instrument and the study ot microscopical
science, with 6t0 engravings and colored illustra?
tions. By Jabez Bogg. 6th edition. 1 vol. $3.60.
TIMBS; a History of Wondoriul Inventions, from
tho Mariner's Ci mpass to the Lice trie Telegraph,
illustrated. 1 vol. or 8 vo. S2.60.
STRICKLAND-Lives of ibo Queens of England
from the Norman Conquest. By Agnes Strickland.
Abridged by the nut..or. 1 vol., 12 mo. $2.
NEW NOVE i ?-Playing for HlghbUkea, by Annie
Thomas, 25 cts. Guild Court, a Louden storr, by
Geotge Macdonald, 60 cts. Tho Brother's Bet, by
Emilie Carlen, 26 tts. The Huguenot Family, by
Sarah Tyler, $1.50. Mabel's Progress, by author of
Aunt Margaret's Trouble, 60 cts. The Waterdale
Neighbors, by author of Paul Massie, 60 cts. atone
Edge, 26 els. Birds of Prey, by M. E. Braddon, 76
cte. Circe, or Three Acts in the Life of an Artist, by
White, 60 eta. Tho Cinato's Discipline, by Mrs. Eli
vart, 60 eta. Old sir Douglas, by Hon. Mrs. Norton,
75 cte. Elia or Spain Fifty Years Ago, ny Caballero,
SI.76. A Stormy Lifo, by Lady Georgianna Fuller?
ton, $2. Count Mirabeau, an historical novel, by
Theodore Mundt, Si.5 J. Napoleon and Blucher, by
Louisa M?lbach, SL50. Napoleon and tho Queen of
Prussia, by Louisa Mulbach, $1.50. The Empress
Jos?phine, by Louisa M?lbach, SI.50. Fairy Stories
for Little Children, by Mrs. Com.ort, SI. Home Fairy
Taloa, translated from the French of Jean Mace,
i 1.75. X'ebruary5
Jnsuronfc.
rplIE ULEKN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL). .?li?,OOO,OOO IN GOLD.
rTS 1U2LIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against loss or domago by tire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
RENTS, Sic, at established tates.
Losses promptly poid, without reference to Eng?
land. GIBBES St CO., Agents,
.NO. 10 Adger's South Wharf.
October 28 mtnOmo
TOOYAL. INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FUND.
Tire Risks token on Buildings, Produce, Merchan?
dise, acc.
Losaos promptly adjusted bore, without reference
to England, lu Sterling ur currency, at the opUon of
tho assured. W. C. BEE Si CO.. Agents,
February 22 stu!h6mo Adger's North Wharf.
ijciicls.
r?>Il!C BOMAR HOUSE.
MBS. G. W. BOMAR RESPECTFULLY IN?
FORMS hor ?rienda and tho public that she ir pre?
pared to accommodato hoarders, transient and per?
manent, at No. 361 Ki NU--Th LET, next door sou lb
of Ring's >ocd Store. Her terms will be as moderate
and acejmmodatti us as satisfactory aa any similar
establishment in the cit..-. Two mee family rooms
are now vacant, which will bo rented to familcs, fur?
nished or unfurnished, on reasonable terms. Tran?
sient board $2 j cr diy- ic* February 21
QHAULESTON HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CB ARGE
of the above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
forma his friends and tho travelling public that it
bas been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. Tho tablo will at all timos bc supplied
with THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, includ
lng every delicacy in season, whilo the cuisine will
bc unexceptionable. The Bath Kooma attached to
tho Hotel arc supplied with tho celebrated Artesian
Water, and HUT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS eau
bu obtained at any time. Tho same attention will
bc paid to thc comfort of tho guests as heretofore
and travellers eau roly upon Unding tho Charles:
Hotel equal to any in the Uuitod States. Tho pati -
age of tho travcUing public is respectfully solid iff.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January G_2mc_Proprieto .
E \ V YORK HOTEL,
No. 7 2 1 BROAD WA lr,
NEW YORK CITY.
U. M. H1LDRETII & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLT>HED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in funner times
un.lcr thu mauauem.-nt ol J. D. MO S NOT, Esq., and
inure recently undo:- that of HIRAM CRANSTON Si
O ., iHiiow under thc proprietorship of .messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH S? X. B. ROCKWAY, uuer the firm of
D. M. HILDRETH A CO.
Tho senior partner from bis long experience as a
proprietor of the Veranda. St. Louts and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself Hint ho can.
assure his friends and he public generally, t'-at its
former world-wide reputation aa a popular first-rlass
Uotc:, shall bc fully nubiuod under ?ls present
manquement. lyr* February 13
S W A N D A L E .
PROPRIETOR OF Tlir;
MAN S I O N HOUSE,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Jun? 8
g T, JAME .S H O T E !..
NEW ORLEANS.
1'UOPRIETORS :
WM. A. HCitD.(,l New Orleans
W. F. CORKEBY...OI tfpottawoud Uotel, Richmond
Telegraph and Railroad Olllees iu Rotunda of Hotel,
.lune 17
I L L I A M IRVIN,
rnoPMETon OF THE
PALMETTO HOUSE,
SPARTANBC^G, 8. C.
December 2
?tacmcnti
?lHARLESTON THEATRE.
LESSEE AND MA? AGER. ... JNO. TEMPLETON.
GREATEST HIT YET.
LOST CAUSE!
LOST CAU:?E ! I LOST CAUSE ! ! I
With tl e distinguished Artistes
MB. AND MRS. H. WATKINS I
In their best performances.
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25.
Grand triumph of the great Play of peculiar and
absorbing interest,
LOST CAUSE,
OB
7 RODDEN DOWN.
Boa: OFFICE OPEN.
^STREET CARS TO AND FROM THEATRE."6*
PRICES AS USUAL.
Doors open st 7 o'clock..Begin at 7# o'clock
February 26 _
Q_RAND MAGIC LANTERNS,
WITH
OXY-I?YDROGEN LIGHTS,
THIS EVENING,
AT THE COLLEGE CHAPEL.
PALESTINE OR THE HOLY LAND.
Professors HOLMES and GIBBES, of the College
of Charleston, 'fill give, In behalf of the Christian
Han ck ri Ladlee' Association of St Paul's Church,
Radcliffboro', mother interesting and ? instructive
Exhibition by means of GRAND MA GIO LANTERNS.
This evening's entertainment wiU include the fol?
lowing views: lerUBsiem, tho Jeffs Gate, Damaicus
Gate,.Pool of Jlezekia, Mosque of Omar, Mount
Zion, Toombs n tho Valley of Himmone, Jews'
Place of Waling nt Jerusalem, Gaza, Hebron,
Rachel's Tomb, Ansolom's Tomb, Tiberias' Ramleh,
Bethlehem, Dea a bea, Bothony, Fords of the Jordan,
Mount tinah, etc., etc., etc.-in all about forty
views.
Tickets twenty-five cents each-to be had at
Holmes' Book .'louse, King-afreet, or at the door of |
the Chapel.
Exhibition to commence precisely at eight o'clock
P. M. February 35
A NATCH
WILL CO?O OFF THIS AFTERNOON, AT
3 P. M., at the Washington Course, between Horace's
BAT HORSE and DAN COOPER. AU that wish to
see it come on with your change.
February 25 1*
^DGER BILLIARD SALOON,
CORNER OP KING AND MARKET STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LATE Ll
chanced bandi, and is newly refitted and supplied
with the best of
LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Freshly impor ed from New York.
In consideration of hard times the price for luxu?
ries will bo ree ticed.
Amateurs of the name of Billiards are respectfully
invited to visii the Saloon. January 17
?3 ni?mnj ^ater?ais.
LIME! LIME
*)1 AH BBL9- 0F FRESH ROCKPORT LIME
?1UU Jost received and for sale at prices as
low as the lowest, at
No. 217 EAST BAY.
A. McC?BB, Jr.
February 4_tuthslmo
WOOD, LUMUEii, ?c.
BEST QUALITY. OAK, PINE AND LICHTWOOD,
by boat lo..d or at retail, as wah as A?SOT. I
alENT OF' LUMBER, 'UMBER, SHINGLES, c.
For sale low, nt foot Beaulaia-street
STEINMEYEB A SON,
December 17 tut. h
Ll iii* ,
AT KEDVCEU PRICES.
rE SUBSJRlBtlt? HAVE ERECTED A LIME
KILN ci tho site ot the old tau none boro'
AUtL n< it Savannah i.arnuad Wharf, and would be
happy to sappi? their friends and customers with
LliiE burnt lroui thc best rock imported from
Rockland anc. Eocltpurl (Maine), st the following low
prices:
Lime per barrel (exclusive of barrel)
from the kiln.$L25 per bbl.
Lime per bimi (with tarro ) troth
the kiln.$l.f30 per bbL
Lime per barrel, ?rom More ou Ven?
due Range.$1.76 per bbl
'Tho Lime IK warrante*! to be equal to any lu port?
ed from Maine.
Terms cash. OLNEY A CO.,
No*. 'J, 11 and 13 Vendue Range,
February] And FootMiU-stxeet
^flricultorol.
PLANTERS AND GARDENERS
WILL FIND
ELLEHJIE'SPLAM TRAJ?SPLAMEB,
(Pc.tented October 16,1866),
BY WHI:H SURPLUS PLANTS OF COTTON.
Corn, or of any plant may be transplanted in
the samo time that tho soil eau bo replanted, with?
out disturb!ng the fibrous root a. At
LIT ILE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULJ URAL WAREHOUSE A SEED STORE,
No. 140 Dieoting-strcet, opposite Pavilion Hotel
Charleston, S. C.
January 17_ _flu 3moa
PLOUGHS, (HORN MILLS
ANO
CASTINGS.
?pLANTERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVAN?
TAGE to tey the fine variety of PLOUGHS mado in
thia city.
JROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL.
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE I ND HALF SHOVEL
BULL TONGUE-, Etc.
Those Pi oughs are cheaper than ooy other now offer?
ed to tho narkct, and have given general satisfaction
to all who have used thom.
THREE CLASSES OF CORN" MILLS
Made to suit the present reduced purses of tho plant?
er?, and CASTINGS of all description to order.
A libera, discount made to th: frade.
Apr ly to
W. S. BENE REY'S FOUNDRY,
No. 314 Meeting-street,
February 21 Imo Charleston, 3. C.
looks, Stotioncrt), detr.
y OOH. I LOOK II LOOK ni
$500 for 25 Cents,
BY HU 3SCRIBING FOR A BEAUTIFULLY IL?
LUSTRATED BOOK, something new and interest
in;,', outitcd,
Ups aili Downs in City Life,
Something for everybody lo road. It des? ?es
every character io a city, of high or low standic . iu
society, a ad is sure to please every body that reids
it. rt contaius t'.vo hundred and fifty pages ol fine
print, anil thirty beautiful lifc-lifc cuts.
?13,000 HAVE BEEN APPROPRIATED
to bi- givrn away to the subscribers as follows:
Fir6t prize $6110 in Greenbacks.
Second piizo 400 in Greenbacks.
Third prize 300 in Greeni acka.
Fourth prize 200 in Greenbacks.
Fifth prize 100 iu Greenbacks.
And 210 Prizes of ?50 each, all iu Greenbacks.
To eve y number of books a Prize is enclosed in
the book and all books aro put up in strong wrap?
pers, so (hey go tafe through to the owners.
PBICE OF BOOKS.-OOO book, 25 cents; five book?,
SI; hfteo'i books, ?2.50; mailed to any address free,
on recei] >t of price. Addross
MONROE, ATKINS A CO.,
Publishers and Booksellers,
Nos. Ill and 113 Broadway, New York.
February 13 2mo
COHN AND ?X?
1 finn BUSHEL^ CORN IN STORE
lU^U 160 bales prune Hay.
Landing on Commercial Wharf, and for sale this
day by SBACRELFORD &KELLY
February 35
EASTERN HAY,
O/i fl BALES PED1E EASTERN HAY. FOR
?S *? U sale by HEN BY COBLA A CO.
February 25 1
PINK EYES! PINK EYES ! !
O AA BBL". CHOICE YELLOW PINK EYE PO
?vV TATOES, for seed, landtag from steamers
"E. B. Souder" and "Champion."
For s?leby E. W. KINSMAN,
February 24 2_No. 153 East Bay.
POTATOES.
pr(\ BARRELS "D*VIS' SEEDLINGS" POTA
O\J TOES. Just received er brig "Cyclone," from
Boston. For sale by
RISLEY A OF.EIGHTON,
Feb?nary 22_Noa. 143 and US East Bay.
CONSTANTLY ON "UND,
IMPORTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, ba hampers
Bremen Lager Bier, bottled
And tor sale low by
CLACIUS A WITTE,
January 13 3mos No. 86 East Bay.
CHOICE
FAMILY GROCERIES.
TEAS, WrojBMPIK, EIC.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF
THE CUT, RAILROAD DEPOTS,
ESTABLISHMENT
ARE OF THE FIRST
QUALITY. WE SE
GOODS BUT WHAT
WARRANTED AS Puai MU ucasu- \
INE.
TERMS-CA8H OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. 276 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND BEA ?FAIN.
BRANCH Ol''
900 Broadway, cor. 20ih-street,
NEW YORK.
January 25 stn th
fi?iiijtis.
CROASD ALE'S
GENUINE SUPE^-PHOSPJBLATE
THE STANDARD FERTILIZER.
RICHER IN AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID
THAN ANY OTHER FERTILIZER IN THE
' MARKET.
Sold for Cavsta, or Approved City Accep?
tance.
READ THE FOLLOWING :
CiiABxaSTON, S. C., December 16,1867.
Wm. Gurney :
DEAS Sra : For the past year I have hod - the
superintendence of a large Cotton planting interest
near the city. In tho cultivation or the lana I have
used CROASDALE'S PHOSPHATES, and although
the season was most unfavorable io i fair experiment
of this Fertilizer, I can with safety say that the bene?
ficial effect? ju the crops m ibo progress ol its growth
was most mannest. My faith in its utility la so
strong that I will recommend its ase for the ensuing
season. Very respectfully,
G. W. S. LEGARE.
HILTON HEAD, December 20, 1887.
TFm. Gurr ey :
DBAs Sm : I experimented with five different
kinds of Phosphates and Manures the past season on
cotton lands, and am forcibly convinced that
"CBOASDALE's SUPEB-PH?SPHATK" is lar su?
perior to any other of the fertilizers I hsvo tried, and
think so lavotably of it that 1 intend giving lt the
pre t erence the coming season.
Yours respectfuily. F. E. WILDER, ?
Superintendent I'. S. Cotton Company.
For sale by WM. GU H Nh. If,
No. 10i East Bay,
Agent for Sta'e of South Carol na.
Jan 28 30. Feb 1 4 6 8 ll 13 15 18 20 22 25 27 29, M'oh
3 5 7 10 12 14 17 19 21 24 26 28 31, AprT 2 4
January 28_ _
WAHI/, mm
The Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OF THE
ABOVE FERTILIZER,
MADE AT THEIR WORKS TN THIS CITY.
Farmers will find it to their Interest to try IL
PRICE $50 PER TON.
W. C. DUKES & CO., Agents,
No. L SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
January 31_
THE wno corar,
OF
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO BURNISH
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
AN
AMLVK ?NIATED
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE THE
requisites for tho largest yield of Cotton and
Corn. Our friends who have tried this FEBT1LI
ZfcR give their unqualified testimony of ita com?
plete success in largely increasing tho yield of their
crops. Where the application was douuled, the In?
crease Ct yield was tully as great, and wo ore assured
that it ?as pruved for cotton
ii
THE MANURE."
PLANTERS WILL FIND IT ADVANTAGEOUS TO
work less around, to cultivate more thoroughly, and
to apply liberally a preparation such cs the above.
Our
FERTILIZER S
ARE MAOE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
Dr. St. J?LIEM R?VENEL, Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL ENSURE A
reliable article. Wc have no hesitation in stating
that hi our STANDARD MANURE the public have a
FERTILIZER which will givoihemost satisfactory
results. WE CLAIM TH \T AT THE S.-\Mtl COST
PER ACRE, THIS ARTICLE WILL DO BETTER
THAN PERUVIAN GUANO, our irionds writing
that Guano loses its effect upon tho plant genet ally
about the beginniug of September, and this sustain?
ing the plant in a greon and healthy condition uuiU
kiUed by frost Directions for use s<-iitwith sliir
ments. Pnce $65 per ton of 2000 pounds.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
OF
PURE BONK FLOUR
ALWAYS OX 11AXI>,
m PER TI? OF 2000 P?.
W.H. C DUKES &?>., Agts.
february 17_
KABBLE MAN i ; LS, MONU
MENTS. HEADSTONE', ?C.
A FINE SELECTION OF MARDLE MANTELS
A constantly on bau..' at & KXABER'S Ware
room, No. 54 F?rst avenue, near Third-street. New
York. CaR and examine bet?re buyiug elsewhere.
February 3 ULR0

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