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2f JB W 8 S XT X M ART.
-Gold olosed in New York at 31Jc.
-Cotton in Now York olosed less aotive and
ft shade lower; sales 1200 bales at 29c.
-In Liverpool eott on closed unchanged; up
l ands 12jd; Orleans 12$J; sales 12,000bales.
-Cotton factories are to be built in Lee
County, Wilcox County and Bullock County,
-House-hunters in New York speak of a
more strenuous opposition than ever to sewing
machines, pianos and babies.
-The horrible French fashion of disfiguring
the &oe with small black patches of eourtplas
ter, ia daily increasing in popularity.
-Two twin sisters, aged fifteen, recently
eloped together from Nashville with a pair of
beardless youths, and were safely married iu
-Urs. Diaria Rotohford died in Savannah on
Sunday, after most excruciating suffering for
five weeks, from a burn rec jived from the use
ft f explosive kerosene.
-A wicked wretoh, who claims to know the
rioh men of Cincinnati and St. Louis, eavs that
"the groat want of eaoh city is about thirty
five first ola s funerals. "
-Tho Mormons are turning their attention
to the manufacture of porcelain, and have al?
ready j roduced some speoimena which rivil
those of France or Prussia.
-Ono thousand mules aro being purchased
in J:rsey County, Illinois, f r General Wade
Hampton, of s .-vt th Carolina, and Colonel W.
U7 Patterson, of Tennessee.
-A Northern gentleman who has lately set?
tled" v. Dar Potersburg, Virginia, intends to
plant this year two hundred acres of laud in
sore, h s a, and will mauuf icture sugar.
-A compromise has been made in Paris be?
tween the long i n 1 short dresses. The latter
are to be worn by ladies with small ?eet, while
others are to ba allowed to sport trains.
-The humber of colored applicants for
office is constantly increasing. We hear of
them in pursuit of places in tho diplomatic
errie?, in the revenue service and in the Post
-Tja Americus (Ga.) Republican of March
22, states that between $83 OOO and $00 OOO
have been subscribed at that place for a cotton
factory, but the directors are anxious that it
should reach $150,000. The Republican thinks
the money can be easily raised.
-The papers announce the death of au old
and honored c'tzen of Savannah, Mr. George
W. Davis. He was at one time treasurer of tho
city, and also cashier of the Bank of Savannah.
At the time of his death ho held the position
of cashier of the Merchants' National Hank.
-I? an article on the British American
provinces, the London Times ignores the dis
8 atisfaction with the existing confederacy and
ays : "If the mass of the people should herc
after desire to enter the American Union, of
which there is no proof or symptom, England
will assnredlv cot lift a finger to prevent it
'and, unless the mass of the population should
desire it, the United States can have na wish
"to receive them. Whether they gravitate in
that direction by a natural law, and are des?
tined one day to obey the centripetal force,
we are not concerned to inquire. At present
they prefer confederation under the British
monarchy, and they ought to know their own
-The bill introduced in the United State?
Senate, on Monday last, by Mr. Sawyer, pre?
scribing an oath to be taken by persons who
participated in the rebellion but are not dis?
qualified from office by the Fourteenth amend?
ment, onact i that, instead of tbe oath prescrib?
ed by act of June 2d, 1362. they shall take that
of the act of July 11th, 1868. Ihe latter oath
i s as follows: "I,-, do solemnly swear or
affirm that I will support and defend tbe Con
e titntion of the United States against all ene?
mies, foreign and domestic; tbat I will bear
true faith and allegiance to the sam?? fiat I
take this obligat on freely, wi .bout any mental
reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I
will well and faithfully discharge the duties of
the office in which I t<m about to enter. So
help me God."
. -Tho influence of Senator Fenton in the
matter of revenue appointments has brought
down upon him tbe righteous wrath of some of
his enemies in his own party who recently
seemed inclined to pass by the grave charges
of corruption against the ex-Governor. Tho
"New York Evening Po.- brings the ponderous
weight of ita denunoii Jon to crush the new
senator just as he is about entering upon the
enjoyment ot the privileges of a position which
ia alleged to have oost him no small sum. The
Post publishes and emphasizes the recent tes?
timony before the railroad committee at
Albany, in whiob it was stated that
$20,000 was paid to a friend of Fenton
on an agreement that the Erie Railroad
bill sumid be signo 1 the samo day-which
was done within three honre. This conduct
the Post calls "such as an honest administra?
tion of the laws would look upon with honor,
and the very suspicion of which he would repel
with indignation.*1 But since there is a great
deal moro than suspicion in Fcutou's case
sworn evidence in fact-tho Post suggests that
tho Senate ought to expel the honorable gen?
tleman from New Y.<rk; but since there ia no
possibility of such au impartial act, it demands
that at least the President *ill give orders to
exclude Fouton from all intercour?O with the
departments. Ibis is evidently whore the
shoe pinches. Fouton baa had altogether too
much to say about appointments, and tba cor
ruptio i of hisreoord, which was so smoothly
covered up, is now brought out in all its mon?
-Tho New York Herald pitches heavily Into
what itcails tue ''body-matching ring" of hat
oity. It sais the ty stem by which the present
"ring." composed of ono or moro corners,
several doctors, apothecaries and undertakers,
are enriching themselves at the expense of tho
public, is as sbamalessly v.lo as it is ?n'qiii
itouoly barelaceu. The offioe is a feed office.
To multiply tho fees is the sole aim. For
every witn o i so much is allowed. To get as
many witnesses ad possible ou tbe oaso, no
matter how unimportant or corroborativo their
testimony, ts the first object. To carry this
out in every caso involves time and laboi, and
ft short way of getting at it is said to oe to put
down as many witnesses as the case will de
cont)v stand, una thus combine skilful strate,
with dispatch. Let a iatal railroad casual
orour. Tho company are not anxious to
ntu'clcd in a rouud tum of damages for t
carelessness of their employees, and so t
affair is all amicably arrangod at the inquci
Acting upon the ?ame defensive principle
taking timo by the forelock, abortionist
physicians guilty of malpractice, carole
druggists, positive prnotitbners of the Luci
tia Borgia soho il of poisoning, and even mr
derers, may stay the uplifted hand of justi
and escape the penalty of their crimes. Atr
ciously wicked and criminally unpardonable
all Ibis is, there is another pbaso of vilo d
pravity, for the sake of multiplying their pee
niary spoils, still to be exposed. This is tl
subject of post-mortem examinations. F
every post-mortem examination there is i
lowed forly dollars, and hence the importan
in a pecuniary point of view to have as mai
post-mortem examinations as possible. Tl
Herald concludes with the assertion th
wherever tho opportunity offers, for the sal
of forty dollars, this ring, in the pretend?
interests of scieuce, barbarously outrage tl
feelings of sorrowing relatives, and, in fa(
every decent feeling of humanity. Christi;
burial they deny the dead. They are little el
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1869.
Tbe Irish Church Establishment.
The vote by which the bill to disestablia
the Irish Church passed its second readin
in the British House of Commons, makes
certain that the third reading will be atter
ded with no difficulty, and that the bill wi
pass substantially as it was introduce
Mr. Disraeli is not likely to be more pei
distent in his hopeless opposition than i
neceesary for maintaining the organizatio
of his party. The power of the Minister
is too great to be overcome. In the Libe
ral phalanx there is BO sign of disintegra
tioo, and none know better than the "won
"drous boy" how to kick against politico
pricks with judicious waut efforce. Th
Ministers have won their first victory-i
victory due no less to the genius of Mr
Gladstone than to the intrinsic merit of thi
scheme which he proposed.
Every political coterie and every relig
ious denomination had its own infallible
plan of disestablishing or disendowing the
irish Church, without interfering improp
srly with the rights of interested persons
S'o two sets of men agreed in their opin
ons; while the Tory press defied the Min?
sters to bring forward any measure thal
;ould stand the test of hostile critioism,
>r even satisfy the demands of their own
supporters. But the opponents of the ad?
ministration counted without their host.
They forgot, as perhaps they had some rea?
son to do, the calibre of tho men with
whom they had to deal. Their wishes led
hem sadly astray. Judging Mr. Gladstone
S-y his singular oonduct at tho hustings du?
ring the late canvass, they were tempted to
)elieve that the old spell had lost its power,
ind that no practical or practicable solu
ion of the Irish question would be submit?
ed to them. Mr. Gladstone, however, has
it onoe disappointed his foes and satisfied
he most sanguine expectations of his
nen Ja. In a speech which threw into the
ihade his famous budget spceeoh, as Chan?
cellor of the Exchequer in the Palmerston
Cabinet, he explained th? r>*"??"*oit/na BI 'HM
irish Church bill, analyzing, describing and
tluoidating the whole subject, with an f>!o
luenoe worthy of his fame. Nor did Mr.
.i lads tone rely on the magnetic influence of
lia manner, or upon the charm of his words,
br the success of the measure whioh he
ntroduoed. It oould alford to stand alone.
There was no need of rhetorio to make it
atractivo, as a glanoe at its provisions will
Mr. Gladstone proposes to disconnect the
uhurch of Ireland from the crown, at onoe
ind entirely, on the 1st January, 1871. All
ecclesiastical courts, laws and corporations
ire to be dissolved on that day, and the
irish Bishops are to leave the House of
[lords and go to their flocks. The Church
if Ireland will thenceforth be, what every
thuroh should be, a voluutary organization,
-staining its churches, parsonage-houses
ind burial grounds, on engaging to devote
hem to their appropriate uses. A commis?
sion, appointed by Parliament, is to take
til the other property of the church,
amounting to ?16,000,000, and to appropri?
?e this to the payment of the value of
"vested interests;" that is to say, to pay off
?he clergy and all their subordinates who
lave a claim to salaries from the church for
ife, to compensate every person injured by
:he law, including even the temporary cu?
rates thrown out of employment, and to en
low those institutions which have hitherto
received annual assistance from the church.
All these "compensations" will consume
about ?8,000,000, leaving about $10,000,000
to be disposed of for the benefit of Ireland at
the will of Parliament. Out of this sum it
is proposed to institute asylums for luna?
tics, idiots and the deaf and dumb and
slind, county infirmaries for the sick, re?
formatories for young criminal?, and a
'und to supply poor individuals with nurses
This is the wholo pinn; a plan worthy of
Bright and Lowe and Gladstone; a plan
which has kindled the enthusiasm of the
English masses and has filled with cotifu
lion thc adversaries of thc government .
Che government is now stronger than ever
>efore, and need uot fear thc defeat which
iwaits the bill when it reaches the House
?f Lords. There is now a popular feeling
n favor of justice to Ireland lhat will not
ie trifled with. This the hereditary charn?
ier cannot overcome, nor can it check for
ong a measure upon which thc publio mind
When thc Irish Church biil becomes a
aw, it will be an earnest of good will to
vards Ireland. But there is more than this
o be done. There aro more reforms to
nake .".nd more abuses to remedy; for until
Ireland is treated in every particular as
England and Scotland are, there will be no
cessation of agitatiou, and, if the sign: of
;he times oount for anything, the Irish,
when they have obtained all that England
;an give them as a part of the British Em?
pire, will move forward another step and
lemand their independence. AU thai Elig?
and gains by disestablishing the Irish
Church is a few years of res t And thou
he Irish Republio !
White Immigration to South Caiollnn.
The Baltimore Sun of Tuesday says, that
a large number of foreigu emigrants have
left New York within the last few days to
try their fortunes in the Southern States.
A majority of them were young and healthy
men and women from Qermany, and the
remainder were Irish, English and French.
South Carolina was the destination of most
of them, and in most cases the emigrants
hud cometo this country under the auspices
of some of the Southern emigrant compa?
nies who are trying to attract labor and
capital from Europe, to aid in the develop?
ment of the Southern country.
The greater number of these immigrants
will, probably, settle in the upper districts
of this State, where they will have every
opportunity of winning, by their labor,
houses and lands of their own. They will
be warmly received, for we feel more and
more every day how much we need hardy
and honest white men to help us in making
what changes may be necessary in our agri?
cultural system, and in controlling and
directing the colored laborers, upon whom
we mainly rely. In Newberry District,
where there are several hundred German
settlers, the experiment has been perfectly
successful, and the thrifty ?Teutona have
shown that they will become a valuable ele?
ment in the community. We have room for
hundreds of thousands of industrious white
men. South Carolina is broad enough to
give to each of them a quiet and happy
home. And for each immigrant there shall
be a strong clasp of the hand, and a warm
and hearty welcome.
The Spanish I ri rone.
Our European telegrams announoe as cer?
tain the approaching proclamation of the
Duke of Montpensier as King of Spain.
This Prince is the fifth son of Louis Phil?
ippe, formerly King of the French. He was
boru at Neuilly, near Paris, in 1824. His
cunning father married him in 1846 to the
Spanish Princess Louisa, the sister of Queen
Isabella II, and at the same lime brought
about the Queen's mariiage to her imbecile
cousin, Francis of Assissi. Louis Philippe
supposed that this would be a childless
marriage, and that the children of thc
Duke of Montprnsier would accordingly in?
herit the Spanish throne. His calculation
has proved erroneous in every way. He
himself died in exile, und for more than
twenty years none of his family have seen
their native country. Isabella il has
number of childi en, and yet the old King's
principal end will be essentially gained
when Montpensier himself puts ou the
crown of Spain, with a reasonable chance,
as things go, of transmitting it it to his pos?
The New York Citizen announces that the
prospectus of a paper, to be called The Im?
perialist, has been issued in that city. Its
creed, aooording to the prospectus, is "rev?
olutionary." Its mission is to prepare
the minds of the American people for the
revolution, already begun, whioh is to ter?
minate in the Imperial Governmeut. It de?
clares that the national faith- in the keep?
ing of the populace will be sullied by re?
pudiation; that "the Reuublia m??- t-.
"leBsnesB, corruption, insecurity to person
"and property, robbery of the public credi?
tors, and civil war; and that the Empire
"means law, order, security, publio faith,
"and peace." This journal, says the Citi?
zen, is likewise to advocate General Grant
THE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE, organ?
ized as it was to promote the welfare . "
the State in its mechanical, agricultural
and manufacturing pursuits, may, we think,
with propriety undertake to invite and nom?
inate delegates from the seaboard districts
and from Charleston, to attend the Agricul?
tural Convention callad to meet in Colum?
bia on 28th April. A meeting of the di?
rectors will be held to-night, and we hope
that tbey will consider this suggestion.
WE PRINT this morning, three acts of
importance passed by the General Assem?
bly, at the session just closed. All acts of
a general character and of publio import?
ance, passed by the Legislature, will be
published in THE NEWS as rapidly as official
cowies can be obtained.
SaftMrs, gurnfss, (Etc.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
HARM SS AND SADDLES,
AT ONE-QUARTER THEIR COST.
500 MCCLELLAN SADDLES
500 SETS HARNESS.
For sale by
JOHN CU SI M INS,
No. 131 MEET INQ-STR EST,
March 35 th3 Nearly opposite the Market.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES I
Bl'UOT ANO CAI? lt I.a GE IIAKMKsS,
A I'D SADDLERY LEATHER, &o.
TttlE DSDEBSIGNEn H\S NOW ON HAND A
la-lee stoc1' ot old and "cw McClellan saddle*,,
(iovcrnmout llames-i lor two lour. s.x horses. H<o
fine E.tonsil somuiorsot .?A DDL li . B.idles. Wt*,
ftc. Aa, tojelhi-r villi a v r e as^rimunt r.f the
findi'Rsn ces-ury to m.inuf.ic ntvr?. Ho is i-repsred
te H.-lt to dealers, Plouttli lir dlr?? and I'lOiitfU t>oar
ing glut-rally at New York ficto j pnces Oik
'tau ea Loa.her by the Miiglo sids or roi a' low
figure* 1*. I'. UH A PK AU.
Mectiug-i.lrejt next .Mil s Horus
Ma ch 9 tuiLftiso
CARRIAGE MATERIALS, LEATHER, Ao.
THI? OND-RSIOsED IUCO TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to their arce anJ complete Sock ni
SADDLI S, HUH LES. HA UNE S and all kinds ol
e .ltKtxGc. M\TE..iAL\ which ?nev offer ut
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g IL TKENllObn,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
cn&nLESTOx, B. O.,
MINER, SHIPPER, AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Done Phosphate
January ll 3m0s
ALADY OF INTELLIGENCE! AND ItE
FlNELi ?ducation would like tho I>OBII1OD of
Housekeeper, Companion or Nursory Governess.
Hbo ? ould b?" happy to bo useul m HIT way,
and would lake an interest io tho comfort and
welfare of tl'Ose with whom t-be m iv make an eu
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an interview may be had. Miss KM I LY HENDER?
SON, Charleston P. O, tor two weeks.
April 1 10*
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March 11_th stn
TU RN NT, I H KKK SQUAKE AND ONE
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ol the above. February 24
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gentlemen. Apply at No. Ill MARKET
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ENGINE ANi BJlLERS Office Desk, Chat- .
I et or Press, New Fan Mill ano siraw ? utter, i-princ
i ray. Bolling, P?ileya, wt eels; al-o. a lot of New
Flour Rurrol*. for - an" very low to rinso out and save
tr. ubleof r. m .ving. by F. W. Ci.AUs-?N.
Co. ncr Male and Cumberland streets.
March 21 _m h
AT Flt 1 VA TR SA LE, THAT FINK
STAND nih fix ures for a Grocory, corner
tia.houn aud East Buy streets, No. 35. AD,.ly ON
STEAM ENGINES KUR ?ALE CHEAP,
it'a>.plied tor immediately
ill One 12 horne Portabio ENGINE
(li One 4-norso Portable Engine. . .
(1) One 8-horsc-powcr ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON. BMtKl.E? ft CO.,
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FOI? SALK, OLD NEW SP ?Pl KS IN
any ou inti ty. Price 75 cents per hundred.
The chcapsBi wrapplo.' paper that eau bo used. Ap?
ply ai the oflleo of IH E N r. WS. March 1
RUNAWAYS - ?HMS KATE ?LA UK.
cf up-town, bas eloped wi h BILL HODGB.
the Barber. He left a resoectablo aud indiwr ous
wite and two amah children In a starving condition.
1 hf happy pair took fl ght as fur aa Jacksonville, S.
C., to M. Hodge'p, the home of the brave.
April 1 1*
pst anH ?unts.
LOST, A WHIT?-'. SETTER DOG,
with black ears and black ?pet In middle of
back. Answers to the nam* of SPORT. A reward
will bs paid for his return to No. 48 BROAD
STREET. March 25
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and pleasant bouse, with a genteel family, can
be obt'ilned, either with or without lon fine; or one
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i.laiuly furnished or without. Inquire at THIM OF?
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solicit? a shore of public iavor.
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FOB SPBIN? AND SUMMER.
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AND DEALEBA IN
R;iadv Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOR CUJLDRE.V, MEN AND BOYS.
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No. 333 King-street,
WU TAKE PLEA-URI5 IN INFORMING OUR
patrons and the pt-bHugen rally that we have j st
opened a amo aud ?'ill a s "ted took ot CLOTH
I G. MENS FURNISHING G ?ODS, tc., lor tho
spri g und ?u miner, at t'>o aboyo sta <J, rotMistlog
ol lln-.ii e<s anil i IO'S Nu't?, ah sia -a und qu dui a
of'hil ls and Underwear ,;OOI>H. kc ; a I Hites ami
q ahiles i-f english m 1 D uneslic Hui Host. ; all
s z I nd q ;i J ii :e - of Mik and < isle I bread luve?;
all ME-.-S aud Btylcs of Linen and Piper c. RI B ; all
p'z M aid Myles I ir.vats N'Ck Ile?, Pocket
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targe and w^i a s >r od stoak ->f BM?, cl? hs. li nat
mer?. D e-isin" Coatings. V Mings, Aw., which wo
off.-rtu sell by p ees- yan! or pan ru; or ni ka up
uno Garina 1?, hy mea uro, in any ship orstyiu.
ac. ording to onlsr, at tao Blmmst uutice our
M"i-k li .8 b-'ftu Selected wi n r at 0 ra, and w re
conlidou' tliat wc ci . eurowie wi'li an> ctb--r hon 0
in this Cit?. We invite an o tam: u. !i u of . ur .nock,
und bcspialf a share of tho pui'.lo pa rou.ige,
MENKE ?SC NILOE?.
Maroh 27 iTutb3moa
PEELER 1H)T-ON NEED.
ASMALL QUAN'ITY OF TIE C ELF BU ATEO
Pl; EL EH COTTON .-EEO, rceivoJ from New
Unana, loll on hand. Cotton IV. :n tn.s ?. e 1 cm
mand-> lotee New orleans mirier 9 iu 2 ccu ts a
pouu.i nb .ve quota ions, for I he comino 1 vjietles
of cotton. For salo by
Cetlon Factors No 1 Boyoo'u Whjrf.
March 25 DAO ?hs>2
EXCEUSIOK co i TON SEKD.
THE GENUINE I XCEL^IOR -EA I-'L^ND >EE'D,
the Cotton 01 which s >ld in this market at Oue
bollar aod Po. ty Cea ts por pound (?1 4?), 101 salo in
?ors o suit purchasers, by WAL GUtiNc.Y,
Marchi Imo No. 102East Bay.
PYTHAGOREAN LUD6?, No. ?BI, A.F.M.
AREKULAR COMMUNIG<TION OF THE
above lodeo will be hell at M sonic Hull,
j HIS (Thursday) EVENTMO, at Hght o'o'oek.
candidates f ir ibo ?- A, Degree will bs punctuil.
Ey ord. r ol the W. M. B. STEWAR I".
April I Secretary.
I. O. O. F -HOWAKD MIDGE, No. 3.
THE REGULAR MEEI INO OF THIS LODGE
will bo held Trna EVENINO, ut Eigtit o'clock pre?
Candidates irr DegreeB will ple-tfe be punctual. .
Apr.l 1 th_E. L. TEKKY, Secretary.
MEDICAL, SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAK
rilHERFOULAB MONTHLY MEE1 IVG OF THIS
JL Po. ie:y -will b ; held THIS EVENTNO, at Light
o'clock. MANNING SIMONS, AL D"
April 1 1 Secretary.
ATTEN1 ION, YOUNG AMERICA STEAM
ATTEND A BEGULAB MEETING CF YOUR
corps, at Market Hall, 1ms L VENING, at Eight
By order President. . J. T. MAHEB,
April 1 secretary.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
THE BEGOT.-NR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Associstaon will be be d at Mi-sonic Hail. IBIS
EVEKING, 1st inst nt, at Ligut o'clock. A fow shares
of Siock will be sold pr, viuus to tho sale of the mo?
ney. I he T ensurer will receivj the 23d Instalment
during the day at his omeo, No 137 Meeting-street.
JOal PH WHILDEN, Treasurer.
April 1 1
CHARLESTON BOA KD OK TRADE.
AN ELECTION FOR OFFICERS FOB THE
ensuing year will be held on WEDNESDAY, tne
7tU instant, ?it Hibernian Hall, between the hours of
'1 wo and Four P. M.
The followinu managers will conduct the election :
ALEXANDER MACBETH, Chairman; H. H. DE LEON
and ti EN BY FISOUOFF.
A Collation wDl be terved at Three o'clock.
April 1 thmw3_H. BAijt. secretary.
CHAHLESTON DO A lill OE TRADE).
THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY WILL BE CELE?
BRATED at Hibernian Hall on WEDHESDAT
EVENTS o, tbe 7th instant, at tight < 'o ock, on wbirh
ncc i-ion an Address will bo delivered by tho Presi?
dent, WM L. i RENHOI.M, Esq.
ibe public generally, and the the ladies especially,
are inv,tod to attoi.d.
COMMITTEE OF ABB ANQEMZNT8 T
G. H. WAL IE?. I WM. GERN'1 Y,
R. S. BRUNS. I THOMAS FROST.
B. M. HERIOT.
MK El 1.VG OK THE STOt.KHOL.DEHS
OF THE BLUE BIDGE BAILROAD COMPANY.
AMBETINGOF THE STOCKHOLDHR^ OF THE
a':oro company will bo iield lu this city on
'1H0R8DAV, the6th April, 186?, at Twolvo M.
7f. ti. D.GAILLAR".
March 31 .?-ecretary and Trearoror.
Mires tn fanhrnptrn.
IN THE DISTRICT Ci'UHT OP THE
UNITED N TAI ES, FOB THU DI81BI T OF
>OUIH CAROLINA-IN THE MATiEK OF W. .?.
HtRLLKC. BA ERUPT-IN BANKRL-PICY -In
obedionco t i sn order of (Bid Court, all Creditors
holdii g liens against the Estate of said Bankrupt 1
are ti er? by notified lo provo tho samo before J. C.
CAKPKNIER, ?.tslatrarln Baukruploy. at Charles?
ton, on or b L-l ure tbe Finn DAT OF A rim. next.
* A. H. FORD.
March 18 , (li3 Assl-ue?
A PURELY MUTUAL, WESTERN AN)>
SOUTHERN Lil FE INSURANCE
OFFICE OF CHARLESTON DEPARTMENT,
No. 40 BROAD-STREET.
Net Assets of this department Invested
In this Community,
THIS ASSOCIATION WAS .?HGANIZED ON THE
22d of Juno last, on y nine months a-jo. and bas al?
ready secured an annual revenno from premiums on
I'11?H"B r '????? AI' ?url. CCCUKin .tico Hun . I
dred Thousand Dollars). Its now business for the
month of December was $72,393 36, insuring the
amount of $1,167,000. Its new business for the
month of January was $86,524 71, naturing the
amount of $1,649.000.
Ono month's business being greater than that done
by the largest and wealthiest Life Insurance Compa?
nies in tho United States during the entire first
year of their existence.
ibo Association was first Bta~ted by the most
wealtby and influential citizens of St. Louis, for
the purpose of changing the ourrent of Life Insur?
ance and Life Insurance capital from the East to
tho West and Sou'h, andas its plan ls liberal und
just to ever? section, State and district, tho wealthy
men of the West and sou h generally are Insuring
their lives tu it, to the exclusion of other companies.
This ls shown b' the fact that tho pobcios issued
during the mon.hs of Decembar and Januar.r aro of
an avorango ononut ot $7 368 42, drawing an aver?
age annual premium of $418 20.
Tbo Inrgcst avorago attained by any other compa?
ny In tho United States is about $40 0 to eaoh poli?
cy, while the average i-lze of all po.lctcs existing In
this country Is only about $2500.
lhesc facts speak lor themselves.
H. G. LOPES, President (Cashier Poople'e National
W. GEO. GIBBES, Vioe-Presldent (W. G. Wh'Jden k
E. E. JENKINS, hf. D., Medical Examiner. -
JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele k Wardell.)
u. IRVIN WALKER (Walker, Evans k Cogswell.)
a. W. AIM - B, Druggist.
U. 'i. PEAK i-'. General Superintendent South Caro.
Una lUllroa i.
C. F. PANEN?N, Drugclst.
JAS. E. SPICA I Jewe 1er.
D. H. SILCOX. Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
N. P. CARTER, Secretary nnd Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 40 Broad shoot,
SOUTH CA H OLIN A
LOAN AND TRUftT COM PAN Y,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL..FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
THE OFFICB OF THI1 COMPLY IS NOW
opened i.t No. 19 Br.OAU-9TKF.ET, (?outhw stern
Patlroad rank., for tho RECtiPl OF DEPOSITS.
DI COU NI OF PA HUI. PUuCD s-E ?ND HALE OP
IX UANOI, and ?he transaction of a Uonoral Bunk?
Interc-t allowed on d?|.0"its u. ou the (erm-es?
t?bil-hod by the Boatd o' Din e ora.
1 br i otnpany i* also a l?sai depot-itory fur monies
prd imo Oourt. Will icceivn KeciM.iy and 'Iransfcr
li uti act ?fl Agent lo p; y onpons and Dividends,
ind as t rustee lu Kaili o d Mortgages.
Dir' rt ors.
WW. ti. Ui-IB (of Vfin il neo & ? o )
A. S. JOHN'TON tor Johusto i. ere?H k Co.)
UOBERi M URE ,o! Hubert Mure & . o.)
W B. WILLIAM' tof W. B Williams & Sons.)
E. U. E..0.-1 (?1 Fi os I k A elgor.)
J B. AUGE? tof J E. Adg, r k Co.)
HENl.Y CiOl;RDlN (of (iourdin. Matthicsscn k Co.)
GEORGE j. BUIS I (of Buist k Buist.)
C. G MEMMINGER (of MemmLagar, Jorvey &
T. J. KERB (Of T. J. Kerr & Ca)
J D AIKEN tof J. D Aiken k Co )
JOHN CA.\lP<LN (ol John ( amiiscn k Co.)
A P. C v LL WELL (of H. As A. P. C.ildwoil.)
WILLUM K. EVAN.
J T. WKL-MAN.
J J. Oltl.GG, o' Granito ville. 8. C.
For fuT'hcr particulars apply at tho Banking
D Juso, CbarlcBton, 8. 0.
G KO. S. CAMERON. President.
THOMAS IC. WAKING, t ann ter.
Charleston, S. C., March 12, WOO.
March 19 a tuth.;8
PENING TO NIGHT:
HIBERNIAN HALL I
DiriECTORfl.JOHN TEMPLETON <fc CO
THE GRAND FEMALE COMPANY!
Fi ra; Appearance.
FEW NT G IT TS ONLY!
MOST CHASTE. NOVEL AND BEAUTIFUL AM USE
MENTS EVER PRESENTED.
OS- See Bills of to-day, THURSDAY, April lit.
gOUTH CAROLINA HALL.
A GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT
IN AID OF THE CHARITY FUND OF THE
CHARLESION RIFLEMEN SOCIETY.
WILL BE GIVEN IN
SOUTH CAROLINA HALL,
Thia and To-Morrow Evening,
April 1 and 3,
Under tho patronage of tbe following gentlemen:
Om. JAMES COTTNEB.
Oen J. A.WAOENEB.
Col. JOHN E. CAREW.
Col. C. H. SntOMTOM.
Col. T. Y. SUIONS.
Capt S. O HoasET.
E. I>. Etnrroif, esq.
T. HUCBJT, apq.
A. H. HATOKH, i sq.
J. H. HOHOUS, M. D.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL.
M. P OTOWNOB, Eeq.
W. G. WHILDEN, Esq.
E. LAPITTK, Bf q.
H. 0. MOLL Esq.
J B. DUVAL, Esq.
JAKES -ALVO, E q.
J. O'MABA. Esq.
J. R. RUSSELL, Esq.
J. F. (/NEILL-, Esq.
1 iclcets admitting one Gentleman and Ladies, for
one cvenlm?, ?1; for three evenings, 32. Can be ob?
tained of any o the members.
as-Grand Prizes now on view at A H. HAYDEN 'S
Jewelry Estaolishment, where Tickets can also be
COMMUTEE OF AJUIAM3EMEHT8.
JOSEPH G. MsRTTN. I A. W. LEWIN.
F. EUGENE DUR SEO. | J. W. MADREY.
J. F. O'MARA.
TO RA?-E A MASONIC CHARITY FIND,
Will be glv?n at the Soe theist Corner of
Meeting au I W.Miuvjrtii Streets,
THIS EVENING, APRIL 1, at Seven o'clock.
Piano Solo, by Little Miriam. Dialogue-Boarding
School Accomplishments. D?clamation-Tho Con?
The Bazaar will bo open to-day from ll A. M. to 3
P. M., free of admission charge.
No. 1 PERUVIAN
SARDY'S "SOLUBLB PH OSPHO-PERUVI AN.
SA RD Y'S "AMM0N1ATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC, '
HIGHEST GRADES PURE PHOSPH
TIC GUANOS AND GROUND
THE USE OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE P80SPHO
PERUVIAN ond Ammoalitcd Soluble Pacific
Guanos ls particularly recommended, holm? com
pom du of tue noncst P..elfie Pho-phatic Guano
rendered soluble; tbc former containing twenty per
cent of Po/uviau Guano, and (be latter highly am
montatod with animal maller-masing tue most
concentrated and proiltablo fertilizers in use for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and 1'obaoro,
For salo tn hans and birrels, in quantics to ault.
Testimonials from those wh) have used thc above
will be turni ed on application.
OKA KS KU, LEE, SMITH ?i CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
r>i?* ,?M.i.?aA?au will li f?l Ton."
December 21 nao thstulmo
1 BE LODI liS?FlCT?BIHfi GO.,
INVITE PLA NT BBS AND F ABHEBE TO PEND
for a pampblot descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We offer our DOUBLE REFINE.; P UDBETTE.
equal to the best Superphosphate, st the low price
ol'$2Sver ton. '1 his Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophosph?te and pure Bone Dust,
E. M. i ODD. Mmltbfleld. Va., says whore he u-cd
tbe Doublo Refined Poudrette on corn it aouoled the
WILLIAMS Boos, Dover, Del., says it gave their
rbubarb and tomaloe- a vigorous growth, ripening
tho lat'or two weeks earlier
P. W. HUTOBXSO*. sr , near Cherokee, Ga., saya it
nearly doubled bis yield of cotton.
Hon ELI S. SHOBTEB, Eiuaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wan fully equal to adjoining nelds manured with
the beal Superpno?pbatos.
ti. MON ; ooMEH Y, Ellaville, Ga., says it increased
bis crop ol colton 160 Ibu per acre.
G S. OOLKSBY. M ario t a, Ga., uso I it on corn and
cotton aud say? it nv.ro than doubled the yle.d. no
regards ll tho cheapest and most ro.iab.e Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
El-Governor M.TH, Warronton. Va., tried it with
three several crops tbs last and present years, and
says: "I pro'iounce it with confidence a moat valua?
ble manure "
The Superintendent of General W. R. Ccx. Polk
Island Plantation. N. C.. says: "I think the Poudrette
usod for ora cv not be surpassed; used it also on
cotton wblob produced a large yield.
Dr. E. M. PEND?, V TOM, St. ar ta, Ga., says: "The
NitrophoHph.no of Lime, used on colton made 218
per cent the first year.
Piofeesor OEOHOE H. Coos, of the New Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, says:
"I'bo Pounlo Refined Po adrette and Nitropbosphate
of Limo paid us full 100 per cout above their mar?
ket value m tbe increase of crops thia war."
Address LODI MANUFAC lUHING COMPANY.
Box ?139. New York Postofflce. Office No. 60 Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE CO UPAN Y.
January ll ihstu3mos
SHOW CASES! SHOW CAfcES!
ALL SIZES AND STYLES CONSTANTLY ON
BAND aud tor silo. Toy?. Prim min gt, Mua: -
eui Ins ru?nenla, SUtionory Bose Eal.a uud Fanoy
Gcodj, kc. kc
> tamping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
cuted. W. MoL AN.
March 31 Imo_No 431 Kingftrcet.
WM MD nm EIPOMTMS.
PBIZE MED?LB 1
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. N. T.
SIX COU?, SOU! PLNISH
This favorite Thread boin<r Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is recommoadod for its
groat superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Eetatl
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3mo I
H?rnernes nan ^usrcuanfons.
irr BAGS EXTBA FAMILY FLOUB-K%l>X
/ O VILLE riTY MILL*?
l"0 barrels Extra Western Flour, at $7 60 per -barrel
100 barrels Exira Family Western Flour, at 18 OTpet
'Ibo above Flour is on consignment and will ba
sold as above to close sales. 1 be Flour is fresh
and sound and of good quality._
J. N. HOBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 1 Dko thstn3
FRUITS! FRUITS I FRUITS!
JUST REC KI VED PER SCHOONER
AZ EL,DA di LAC lt 1, FROM
*?fi fiflfl OB ANGE?
O \J a U U V 1000 bunches Bananas
6 dozen Pineapples
10 bbls. Tamarinds
5 bbls. Ginger.
These Oranges are the bett that has ever been im?
ported into tbis market. Parties will do well by
giving ui an early cai!, at
Received per schooner Morgan, from Havana,
50,000 SWEET OKA> GtS
SOO bun rhea Bananas
BA KT & WIBTH'S,
March 30 4 Nos. 65 and 67 Market-street.
MG AR, CCFFEE, &c.
Pr? BBL9. OF SUGAR
0 I 23 obis, choice Jamaica Coffee
8 puncheon? of Jamaica Bum.
The abave will be sold by the single barrel if de?
sired. BABT k WIKTH,
Mar,h 30 4 Noe. 55 and 67 Market-street.
WEST INDIA FRUITS.
RECEIVED FKK SCHOONER W. H.
STEELE, FR?H BARACOA, CUBA.
OA Ai IA CnrtOANUIS
Oll?vUU 650 bucch s Bananas
Fer sale low by
PAUL, WELCH k BBANDE8,
March 30_3 No. 215 East Bay.
WHISKEY, SUGAR, COFFEE,
BUTTER, RICE, ?fcc. ?
rjf\ BBLS. WHISKEY ? F ALL GRADES
1 V 160 bbls. Refined Sagan-Crushed, A, extra
O. C and C yellow
60 boxes Centrifugal Sugars
Hbds and obis. Porto Bleo Sugars
200 bags Lagua> ra and Bio Coffee
160 bbls. choice Flour
60 boxes Fae ory Cheese
60 kegs prime uoshen Butter
Tes. and tubs cholos Leaf Lard
Choice Hy-on ann Black Teas
Tes. Carolina hice
Tomatoes, Potaioes, Starch
soap Candles. Mustard, Oil
Vinegar. Paner, Matches, ?c.
For sale at lowest market prices by
MULLE U, NIMITZ ss CC,
March 30 tuthi_No. 181 East Bay.
CHOICE GROO RY SUGARS
AND NEW CROP MOLASSES.
rr tr HMDS. CHOICE AND EXTEA GROCERY
iO hUGABS <.?
76 boxes Choico and Fxtri Grocery Sugars.
60 thds. Choice new aron Muscovado Molasses
80 hbiis. new'clayed Molasses
50 bbds. Cuba Molasses
Ix ?chooner .' Mary A. HoT," from Matanzas.
For sale by : RiaLEY k . BEIGH CON,
March80 tutbt3 Aocommodation Wharf.
SARDINES AND ALE.
I jr CASES SAB^INE*. QUABTEB BOXES
LO 26 cases -ranch ?le.
Received on consignment, and for sale by
March 30 lniu2 CI.ACIU-. k WITTE.
DEMIJOHNS, BUTTLES AND
IM PO KT ICD 1 ifiKK BIER.
1 dftt\ FIVE GALLON DEM'JOHNS
IUA/U 2C80 dem i hes, smaller ??MB'
100 crates claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported from Bromen, and f-r sale by
Tebruarv4 thstuimos No. 86 East Bay. -
QA BA Itu EL < 1 TENNESSEE FAMILY
OU 80 quilter barrels J i- Lo cit.
For sale by HH.NRY C IBIA. k CO.
RYERSON ? BATES,
Champagne Ale Brewery,
HARLEM. N. Y.
THIS i .rr.KRRiTEh ALE IS RBEWED FRE9H
all through tbs year and is guaranteed to keep
sound through tho hottest weather, and on that
acoount i? ot ail Ales the best adapted to the Soutt?.
KNOX. DALY, k CO., Agents,
February 15 Sui oe Charleston, 8.0.
CHEAP HAMS, &c.
I AAA POUNDS CHOICE 8UGAR-0UBED
LUl/U H A Mc, at 20c per pound
Yarmouth Bloaters -
Cbotoe stilton Matket Beef.
Just received at the
CO OPEE* i TVE GBOCEBY STOKE,
Southwest corn> r Meeting and Market streets,
ti ' o J > dohvo ed free. March 13
^l?fljiiicri), (Eastings, ?i.
FLOUR AND CORN MILLS
ALL COMPLETE, FUBNISBED AT SHORTEST
N Ol ICE, aaa of the aost improved stylo* and
Four of the said Mills aro m operation in this city
now, and bave all proved satlsfactsry and superior
to all others.
Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire, ic, constantly on
hand. . ll A LU k MUNCON.
I'tic a, New York.
For particulars apply to the un de rs I en ed, where
thc Mills can be seen lu full operation dally.
JOHN CAMP-EN A CO ,
Agents tor Sooth Carolina,
Maren U timi 3mos Charlestos, S. O.
PHOENIX JROiY WORKS.
JOHN F. TA Y LOR & CO.,
CAMERON ct CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c?.
Nos. ?, G and 8 PRITf-'LJARD-STREE1,
(NEAB THE DBI DOCK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM EN'G1NE3 AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND TOBTABLE.
RICE THKESHEBS AND MILLS OP EVER?
SHAFTING, PULLEY-i AND GEA nfl N G
moN EBON ra FOB BUILDINGS,
CANINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to fundad ENGINES and BOILEBS
of as coal qnility un J powor, and atas ?ow rates as
can be bad in Now York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low*water Detector,
THE ONLY PEBFE0T SECURirY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED IO.
February 1 DAO Smos
fjpo BUSINESS MUN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT cUMTEB, S. C.,
I<? O iE OF TBE BE^r PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; bas a lame ciroa ation, and affords sn.
pt rt or advantages as an advert?s! og medium. Toona
low. Addres DARE 4 0>TEBN, ^
February 22 Proprietors.