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WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 23, 18G7.
A GOOD GIFT.-Atesar?. E. J. DAWSON & Co.
have conferred a great favor*npon us by tho pro
i-. jntation of ? vory neat little Bible, for which they
have our aiucore thanks and best wishes.
THE steamship Saragossa, intelligence has roach
( d hero, did not leave Now York on Saturday for
t !iia port, being prevented by tho ico in New York
harbor: but succeeded in getting off on Sunday,
nod may bo expected here this evening or to-mor
MILTON'S PARADISE LOST_The repr?sentation
of tho ililtonian Tableaux attracted quito a large
uudionco last night, and tho Hibernian Hall WSB
comfortably filled. The theino was ono well wor?
thy of botli tho poet and thc painter. Some of tho
Heenes were very attractive, and tho lecturer being
thoroughly au fait iu his part, rendered tho de?
lineations far moro appreciable by his apt quota?
tions. Tho painting is not without merit, and tho
interest increases as successive wonders aro un?
folded to tho view. The Sattoring reception paid
this Panorama on ita provioua visit ia being re?
peated, and thc numbors t!;at now attend show
that it has created a reputation which fully repays
n second visit.
SOUTHERN LITE INSURANCE CO?TANT.-Thin
thriving new institution, wo aro ploasod to see, has
oxtendod its operations, Messrs. SMITH & PANKXLL,
the agents for North and South Carolina, having
oponed an uilico in our city. Tho following aro
tho officers of tho company. [The headquarters
of the company are in Memphis, Term.]
DR. O. W. McCAEN, President.
B. C. Il KIN KLEY and 1 x'?",wTh-i.i?"??
SAMUEL TATE. } ^ >oo-Presidants.
E. t?. DAVIS, Treasurer.
J. B. DODBS, Secretary.
Messrs. San-nr & PANNTLL have their omeo over
tho Bank of Charleston.
Tho capital of tho company is $200,000, 80 per
cent, of profits boing paid to policy holders.
THE OKAKOEBrmo NEWS.-A vory handsomely
printed prospectus has been laid upon our table,
announcing thc publication in February of a new
weekly newspapor in Orangeburg, S. C. Mr.
CHARLES H. HALL will bo tho publisher, and
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Esq., the editor. Wo havo known
Mr. DIBBLE for many years, and have long had an
intuitive conviction thal bo was sufforing from an
attack of cacocllies newspapor-scribencie. We are
glad, therefore, that he now has a fair prospect of
an early cure. Mr. D. is a thorough scholar, and,
in our opinion, one of the most promising young
juett iu tho Staio, and we have, therefore, no doubt
that tho ?Vetes will bo eminently successful. We
need not say that he baa our heartiest wishes for
tho success of thia new enterprise.
FIRE.-About half-past ?oven P. M. yesterday a
smoko was observed proceeding from Mrs. S.
J. COTCHETT'S Fashion Emporium, King street,
over BEAD'S. The Chief was at once notified, and
was promptly on the spot. Tho firemen turned
out in force, and, in a few minutes after the alarm
bad been a jrtnded, every eugine was present.
Tho fire had apparently originated in a closet on
the second floor, and the damage by the flames
was confined to that and the adjoining room ; but
tho heavy deluge of water that was thrown upon
the building swept every thing before it. Mrs.
COTCHETT'S ?tock waa almost completely ruined ;
and although Mr. BEAD succeeded in saving some
goods, they were all in a damaged condition. Mr.
QUEHBX'S Daguefroan Gallery also suffered con?
siderably from i ho waler.
Tho force with which tho water was thrown into
the brtilding was sufficient to toar down the lath?
ing and to break through tho floors, thus com?
pletely drenching Mr. BEAD'S stock in tho lower
story. Duiing tho progress of tho fire a steam
engine was stationed on the track in King street,
and for some time created an effectual blockade,
preventing the cars from either side from continu?
ing their trips.
XJ. S. DISTRICT COUBTI-The case of the United
States tv?. The schooner Grapeshot, tackling, ap?
parel and furniture, drags its slow length along.
The Court met at 10 o'clock, A. M., yesterday, and
after the reading of the evidence by the Clerk,
which consumed nearly au hour and a hali, Hon.
HENRT BUIST entered upon bis argument for the
respondents. Wo left thc Court-room at 2 o'clock,
when the learned gentleman was still spooking.
Mr. BUIST'S argument showed much research and
great constructive ability; and although the mate?
rial was of the driest, ho succoodod in throwing Life
and cvon eloquonco into bis romarks.
Tho case, wo presume, will be conoluded this
morning, by tho argument in behalf of tue Gov?
ernment by tho District Attornoy.
MAYOR'S CorraT, January 22_A man who was
pioked up from the street insensibly drunk and
convcyod to tho Guard House in an elegant wood
cart, drawn by an auimal which was dam'd by its
driver, nnd upon whoso person was found ?15C and
four keys, was fined $5 and oxpenses.
?William Fraser, a colored youth "vrfthvirinln
vays," who had se;n bis lady love from a ball to
her homo on a gentleman's premisos, at one
o'clock in the morning, and was there earnestly
breathing words of affection into her not unveiling
ear, but was overheard by tho father-in-law of the
"wirtuous young crctur," who knocked liim down
first and then passed bim over to a policeman for
safekeeping afterwards, was next brought up.
Tho Mayor, supposing tho prisoner had boen pu*:
isbed enough, for he bore very plainly the mark of
the blow, discharged bim.
John Bobertson, a vegetarian of dusky hue, who
was arrostod in the middle of tba night with
twenty-two cabbages on his head, which it was
supposed he waa going to cabbage, wa? put to tho
bar, but as they could turn up no evidence against
bim be was discharged, and took leave of the
Court with bis brow encased in a large quantity of
the greenest of leaves.
DISTRICT COURT, Judge LOOAN presiding.-This
Court met at the usual hour, and took up the cases
assigned for the day.
Tho State BS. Samuel Howard. Philip Fraser, and
Jack Holloway-Larceny. Verdict guilty for the
first two, and not guilty for the third. d
The State vs. lieu Small-Larceny. Not gnilry. tl
The State vs. Dominic Morton-Assault and Bat- tl
tory. Guilty. ti
The Sta O M. Jno. Smith-Larceny. Guilty. ?
The State vs. Jno. Edwards, George Webster,
and Thoa. White-Larceny. Guilty. .
The State vs. Harry Johnson-Assault and Bat- tl
tory. Not guilty. b
The State cs. Frank Drayton-Assault and Bat- h
tery, with intent to kill." Guilty of an assault tl
Tho State cs. Patrick Bligh-Assault and Bat- ti
tery. Nolpros., tho prosecutor boing dead.
The State xs. Tbos. Donn-Assault and Battery.
Not pros, was entered at the instance of the prose?
Andrew Milton and Wm. Jenkins, indicted for
larceny, wero discharged on their own recog?
nizance to appear in the April term.
COHMtiNTOATlON WITH FLORIDA-At the recent
session of the Legislature of this State, a charter
was granted to the Charleston and Florida Steam
Packet Company. They have opened their books
of subscription at the office of Messrs. J. D. AIKKN
& Co., on South Atlantic Wharves. It is of the
highest importance to this city that her commu?
nications with Florida should be placed on a first
That State, from ber happy position and the
variety of bor productions, is at present attracting
a heavy immigration, which will, at an early
period, moko her exportable products large and
valuable. Carolinians aro scattered all over tho
State, and they much profer to transact ? their
business with this city, but in order to do so tho
means of transportation between lbs places must
be reliable nnd rapid.
In addition to the valuable trade of Florida,
wbich is large and growing, some New York capi?
talista, among whom aro Messrs. C. VANDERBILT,
M. O. BOBEBTS, and others, have secured posses?
sion of the railroad leading from Fernandina, on
thc Atlantic, to,Cedar Keys, on tho Gulf ol Mexico.
The railroad is to be placed in first rate order, and
' at the Gulf terminus there will be several lines of
steamships leaving, at regular intervals, for Nica?
ragua, Havana and New Orleans. This route will
be a favorite ono for passengers to California, tho
West Indies, and all the ports on the Gulf of Mexi?
co. The travel and traffic will necessarily be heavy,
as it avoids tho difficult and dangerous passage
arouund tho southern point of Florida.
This company purposes placing Charleston in
this lino of travel, and for that purpose have al?
ready secured tho service of the superior steam?
ship Dictator, Captain COXXTTKR, which has boon
running on ibo route for some months, and which
is without a superior for spood and comfort. The
elegant and very fast steam ship Oily Point ia to
be added shortly to the Une, and this city wm bo
placod in semiweekly communication with the
most important points in Florida, The Dictator,
since she has been runnr?g, has been remarkably
successful, and tho samo prosperity may be ex?
pected for the- City Point. All of our r ci tizona
who are anxious to greatly cnlargo a line of trade
of vost importance to the city, and who can spare
the money,- will bs doing a good work to subscribe
to this company.
Co'TET or GENERAL SESSIONS ABO COMMON PLEAS.
-This Court met at 10 A. M., Judge T. N. DAW?
KINS presiding. Tho jurors answered to thoir
namcs, and the following jurios wcro organized:
Jury No. J.-A. St. AsiKnd, Forcninn; Wnv
Hird, E. Scbring. B. Murray, J. C. H. Clausseh,
John Buggle, C. Bart, L. P. Speisacgger, Jornee
Johnsou, P. N. Briokweidol, C. Ammo John C.
Jura No. 2.-B. McCall, Foreman; Henrv Solloe,
John P. Keils, Wm. Keilloy, B. Connolly; A. Dufort,
Patrick Collin?. James Murta ugh. James Corco?
ran. Jacob Wieder, Wm. Sncidor, Eugono West.
Supernumeraries.-H. Z. Lauroy, Leonard Mein.
It. D. White, S. E. Scanlon, W. 8. Martin, W. P.
BavenoL J. C. Miller. Jamos L. Bose, B. Schur, ll.
H. DoHay, li. B. Bise, T. W. Spoissoggor, John F.
Taylor, A. Stemmerman, A. V. Dawson, M. Wettor
hom, G. W. Nickorson, Garrett Byrns, H. Runkeu,
Tho caso of the State rs. John Jenkins and
Scipio Frasor, alias John Williams, for tho murdor
of Mr. R. M. BsANTFonD, in July last, was taken
WM. WHALEY, T. G. BAEKBE and B. W. SET
Mouit, Esqs., appeared for tho defence.
Thirtj-two challenges wore made, and tho panel
was then exhausted, only elcvon jurors having
boen soloctod by tho prisonors. Ono Mr. JOHN T.
TAYLOR, from tho opon avowal of Iiis opinions
concerning capital punishment, was set aside by
the Attorney-General. A discussion arose as to tho
?ulm i y aib iii ty of this juror under tho circumstances.
Tho Judge quotod from CHUT? on Civil Law, and
stated that tho question should be docidod by tho
jurymen alroady chosen. Tho counsel for tbo de?
fence, to save timo, decided to accept one already
challenge J, and Mr. JOHN BUOOLE was accopted,
and Mr. B. SCHUB requested to act as foreman.
B. M. Whiting, Esq., deposed that ho is Coroner,
and was called upon to investigate the death of B.
M. Brantford, on tho 28th of June. The body was
it his fathoms house in Limohouse street, which is
tho laat but one from Trndd street, and runs to
tlio water. The body was laid on a tablo, tho fea?
tures much discolored and swollen. Called in Drs.
Mitchell, Michel, and Winthrop, who were in at?
tendance during illness. Commenced investiga?
tion on the 28th Jane and concluded on 5th of July.
Examined eomo twenty witnesses, and totk the
testimony of two colored women, who, on b*?ing
; ken to" tho jail, identified tho prisoners as tho
ringleaders who had inflicted the injuries. The
ivomcn wore named Kate Kennedy and Sarah
Cross-Examined.-The verdict was rendered on
tho 5th of July, and tho women gave their testimony
it that investigation, or the 29th June. Sarah Brown,
iud on tho 3d, Kate. They knew tho first names
}f prisoners, but not their surmanes. Ho had ex
inuncd about nino witnesses beforo ho took tho
ivomcn to jail. Other witnesses identified thc pris?
oners before that time. Went to the house about
> A. M., and found the body as described.
Dr. Henry Wmthrop deposed that ho is a prac?
ticing physician, and was called in on June last.
>n Sunday overling, to see B. M. Brantford at his
other's house. Ho was weak from the blows re?
solved and from the loss of blood. The wound was
m the top of the head, about four inches above tho
ight eyebrow; he had a sovoro contusion on tho
.ight jaw, which was much swollen and discolored.
Che two principal blows wero those mentioned; but
ie had bruises on his taco and chin which must
lave reen inflicted by . eparate blows; continued to
ittend tho case with Dr. Mitchell until death; he
lied from the wounds.
Cross-Examined.-The blood was from tho prin
:ipal wound on the head; that, with tho wound on
he temple, extending to tho right jaw, caused tho
leath; wound on head caused the fracturo of
ikull; patient lived until Wednesday afternoon;
vound on head apparently inflicted by a brick or
(tick, but could not say positively; was evidently
lot inflicted with a sharp instrument.
Dr. Mitchell deposed that he was called in the
norning (early) after tho occurrence; regarded
?tient as in a dying condition; state of wounds
lame as described by Dr. Winthrop; there was a
luffusion of blood on tho I rain, caused by the
racture and breaking of some blood vessel; died
m Wodnosday night, and tho doath was caused by
ho wounds received. Tho wound on tho skull cans
.1 the fracture, which led, in a great measure, to
he death; at the post-mortem examination found
, quantity of blood between tho membrano of the
irain; the wounds were evidently inflicted by some
lull instrument, such as a brick or stick.
Cross-Examined.-Could not say at what dis
anco the person inflicting the wound was from tho
lecoosed, but was evidently done by a brick: tho
lerson must havo been near, from "tho nature of
ho skull wound; presumes deceased had fallen,
nd the wound was inflicted while prostrate; the
rounds on the side of thc head might have been
nflicted while lying o-j his back.
Dr. Middleton Michel deposed that ho was called
a on Thursday, the 28th of June, to assist in the
ost-mortem examination. "Found tho face very
auch contused; right eye closod, and general ap
learuncc of face and neck indicated a contusion,
lot an incision. The principal wound was in foro
load, about four inches from right oye, and on ro
aoving the skull cap, clotted blood was found,
rhich had formed a membrane. On the frortal
lone was a fracture of considerable extent, travel?
ing upwards and downwards and latter<,lly. Big
pinion was that from tho character of the" wound
I was inflicted by a weapon coming from a dis?
auce, as there was no depression of the bone.
The brain was highly congested, and had a clot ol
ilood imbedded in the brain propor. The wounds
rere quite sufficient to produce death, and were
ividently caused by a missile thrown, and frort
ong experience knows that a blow given near b\
Loprcsses the bone.
Cross-Examined_Wound on fcrehead was ovei
he right eye, about four inches, and evidently th<
now carno from above downward. Statod who:
vas his opinion of the wound at tbe time of inves
igation. The appearance of the wound would no
lavo beon altered if the porty receiving it was pros
.rate, but the missile was evidently thrown fron
lome little distance, and forming a parabolic curv
?ame upon the sk jil in a descending direction.
Mrs. Susan Wilson deposed that she rosidt?s-ii
fradd street, on tho west side of King, en th
louth side, at No. 75. On Sunday was sitting in he
rard and heard a ?reat noiso, and looking out saw
lumber of men with brickbats throwing them at
?oung min, who was walking along quiotly; ho wa
?nally knocked down, and they still threw at him
Ihe went across tho st root ana looked at him; tw
i ack men afterwards carried him off. The crow
ras composed alt pether of colored men and boy:
rho were very noisy and boisterous, using ot
cene and filthy language; they were cursing th
?olico and wanted to kill them; did not rocogniz
ny person, owing to her own excitement an
larm, but knows that the two prisoners wore i
Cross-Examined-Slr. Brantford was coming t<
ford King street, and wa? walking along quietly; th
rowd surround J . him, and ofter he commenced t
an away from them they still throw at him, an
'hen he fell stamped on him; he fell opposite t
er house, and the crowd wast to tho right and lef
Sirs. Henrietta Mangles deposed that, in Jun
ist, she lived at No. 27 King street, west side, b<
ween Trodd and Lamboll, and was at home whe
bo street riot occurred; was sitting at her winda
nd saw a crowd poss with brickbats and sticki
aw Jno. Jenkins twirling a club, and heard hh
ay that he had hud one fellow out in Trodd stree!
nd be would never rise to use his club again
enkins' club was very like a policeman's; sb
nmodiotely closed her window and went ?wi;
s the brickbats wore flying in all directions.
Mr. Walter Webb depoaod that he lives at No. 4
ling street, opposite to Mrs. Mangles'; on the ev?
in g in question he waa sitting in front of his doc
nd saw Jenkins pass, twirling his club, and aa:
ig that he hod laid one d-d rebel low; the crow
assed on, but after a while returned in haste, ac
enkins ordered a holt, and said thore was ?nong
one for that day, and told them to disband xml
ie next night; knows Jenkins woll, tu he lived i
ie neighborhood, and was a nuisance to that se
on; he was in command, "and about a few feet i
?ont of the band, who were about fifteen i
Cross-Examined-Heard Jenkins coming up fro
He Battery, going towards Trodd street, at
card him make the remarks when opposite h
ouse; it was between. four and six o'clock wh<
bey returned; he was standing in his door, ai
hey flung a brick at. him, breaking some slats
de window; sow Fraser in the crowd, bat did n
ee him do any overt act.
E. M. Whiting, Esq:, explajjiod that Sarah Bro;
new Scipio Fraser and Kater did not know th?
rat names, os before stated, but both identifia
hem on visiting the jail.
Chas. Rober deposed that in June last he liv
t No. 75 Trodd street, in the some house wi
Irs. Wilson. On Sunday night, about eig
''clock, heard the row in King street, and looki:
lutthe window Baw a erowd of colored men a
>oys armed with bricks and sticks running oftei
nan who was coming from Orange street; ho f
then opposite tho house, and one mon went
lim and cursed him, and lifted, up his foot
tamp him, but did not see him do so; he lay thi
?bout eight or ten minutes, and then two coloi
nen lifted him np and carried him off; he was ri
ling, at tho time he fell, towards King street, a
ell forwards; the crowd was very near.
G. F. Aarons deposed that he lived at No.
Trodd street, north side,'' between Orange s
ling, one door from Or-pge; was there at tho ti
if the row; was standing in the piazza about oil
.'clock, and heard the men coming up; John J
tins and Scipio Fraser wore leaders; Mr. Bran tn
ras walking along, saying nothing to any o
rhen the crowd attacked bim with-" bric
aw Jenkins and Fraser both throw tricks t
ook effect on Mr. B.; Jenkins threw one after
?11 and stomped upon him; they were the load
if tho crowdy and he knew them well; Jonk
i ved in Wernges' Court and Frasor in Legare stn
low Fraser since the orcurrenco; heard him sa;
tis yard that he had killed ona white livered rt
i- of a fc--, and would kill another, and he i
lim arrested. This was the day subsequent
he murder; Scipio was arrested and carried to
Provost Court, and come back, and itwao sftsri
hat he had beon re^arres ted ; he was by a whit
ind overheard the conversation of Scipio v
laroh and Kate.
Cross-Examined-The crowd was coming fi
Sng street and Brantfora from* Oronge str
mows Mr. Rober, and saw Mrs. Wilson cross <
? where B. was lying after being knocked do
rankins flung the first brick and Scipio the soot
3. then ran, and was by their house when Jeni
lit him again.
Sarah Brown deposed that she knows 3
alirens' house in Trodd street; was there at
time of tho riot; on Sunday evening, between :
md five; saw the crowd coming from Xing st
ind Mr. Brantford from Orange street: saw t?
ding at him; saw Scipio in the crowd thro*
bricks, but could not say if Jenkins was th
Scipio immediately afterwards boasted of ha
struck the first blow, and having lolled one I
B- of a b-, ond would kill another. He rep
sd this statement the noxt day, and abo had
. Kate Kennedy deposed that sho lived with ;
Ahrens in Juno last; remembers the riot well;
did not eeo the fuss, but was prosent in the
-rhen Scipio made the statemont that'he
B truck the first blow and has! ls ? ,i ont a white 1
ed s- of a b-, and woola Viii more, and h
god that they had not caught him; she wasn
home the time of the riot: hod Scipio arreste*
next doy on his reaffirming that he had li
Thomas Hill deposed that he was on the p
tn. Juno last; was on duty at the Battery on
lay. 21th of June last; .about 5 o'clock hi
posted there, and wa? ordered to disperso i
colored mon and boys who were making a disturb?
ance; called in tho assistance of Jackson, and ar?
rested a boy: carried him a short distance, when
be was attacked by Jenkins and Scipio, but somo
white mon drove them off and they left, saying thoy
would return with a largor force; after that diffi?
culty was quellod ho again took his post on the
Battery, and saw a number of colored mon and
boys marching two doop, and under the command
of "Scipio and Jenkins, who started attacking tho ?
white citizens with brickbats, and drovo them into '
Meeting strcot; a sergeant was knocked down,
and lost his hat and club; did not soe who took it,
as ho was leaving too quick himself; tho citizens
carno to their assistance, and they finally drovo the
negroes off, tho fighting was dene near Smith's
Laue, and tho negroes wore under the command of
Jenkins, who issuod orders to fire, halt, ?tc.; Scipio
was ovidently an officer in tho same band.
Thomas Jackson deposed that he was on the po?
lice in Juno last; was off duty and on the Battery,
and went to tho assistance of Thomas Hill, at tho
rt quest of Lieut. Hendricks; ho went there and
tola them to leave, but they would not obey; a one
arniod man, who was haranguing tho crowd, was
arrested, but knocked him down: ho recaptured him
near Lanihuli strcot and carried him to thc Guard
House, whore ho notified tho Officor of tho Day
about tho riot; saw Jenkius, but not Scipio.
Mr. Wm. Roach doposod that he was acting as
Sergeant of tho Western Division ; hoard of the
row and wont down with a squad to thc Battery,
and saw about forty or fifty mon come up from the
bomb-proof and comm once to fire bricks ; a brick
hit bim on tho band ; tho crowd was so dense that
they concluded to loavo, and os thoy were doing so
wore again attacked, and he was- knocked down ;
while down ho lost bis club and hat ; tho club was
subsequently^ftimd in Trodd street; could not
identify any persons who wore in the crowd.
A. Habernicht doposod that ho was at tho Bat?
tery in his vessel, a short distance off, and saw the
arowd on the Battery ; noticed Jenkins rallying tho
srowd; had been lying there some days discharg?
ing oyster sholls, ania had frequently observed
Jenkins leading tho crowds in their riots rm tho
H. H. Mangles doposod that he was on tho police
n June last, and on the Sunday evening in ques?
tion was standing in his doorway, and saw a crowd
if men and boys come up from tho Battery, headed
JV Jno. Jenkins, who stated that he bad Ind out
mo rebel s- of a b- and would kill another ;
boy then went towards Trodd street, whilo he
vent through Price's lane to Meeting strcot, and
bon to tho Guard House ; reported the proceedi?
ng thcro, and arrested Jenkins on tho Wednesday
Mr. O Bellly doposod that he was on the police
n June last, and arrested Scipio from information
riven by Sarah Brown, that bo bad killed Brant
ord ; bc took him to tho Guard House and ho was
tont to tho Provost Marshal, wh-> released him ;
ie was subsequently rearrested through young
Mr. Belyea deposed that he was on the police,
md about the 26th of June arrested Scipio by order
>f Lieut. Campbell ; ho found bim in Mrs. Ahrens'
Liout. Campbell deposed that ho remembers the
lots of last June; they were principally on the
battery and in that vicinity. Lieut. Hendricks
vas Officer of tho Day ou Monday, and bo was rel?
ieved by deponent. He heard that Scipio bad
>een released by tho Provost Marshal, and on in'
ormation given bim by Ahrens he ordered Jack
ion and Belyea to rearrest him. Jenkins was not
irrostod till somo timo subsequently.
The cvidonco on the part of tho State was then
ilosed, and there being none offered by the do
onco tho Court adjourned until to-day at 10 A. M.,
rheu the arguments will be made.
O ?B THANKS oro duo to Mr. M. M. QUINN for a
ato copy of tho New York Herald, ahead of tho
THB Democratic Almanac and the Tribune Al
nanac aro^?mong tho best works of reference pun?
ished in this country, and no one ought to be
rithout them. They can bo procured at Mr. F.
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larket street, whoro the greatest choice and va
ioty of books, papers, magazines, stationery, ?to.,
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re with pleasure recommend it to families and
tliers as a soap of superior quality, and which will
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Tiarantee, to speak professionally, that be will
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st novelty, isared under an irresponsible name.
?ho Soaps of COIAIATE & Co. ore known througb
>nt tho country as boing puro and every way de
CLERGYMEN and public speakers will find Afars- '
ten's Pectoral Balm invaluable, strengthening
ho voice, and removing any irritation of thc
Fhroat or Lungs. For salo by all druggists,
DO WEE & MOISE, Agents. *
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
Auction Salea This Day.
LAUSET A AT.T.T tw.a will sell this day, on Atlantic
Tri ari, at ll o'clock, one portable steam engine, in good
rder, suitable for a grist null or cotton gina.
WrLBun ?i SON will sell this day, at their salesrooms
orner of State and Chalmers streets, at half-past 10
'clock, parlor, dining and bedroom furniture, liquors,
oaps, shoes, Ac. ; also, at ll o'clock, a lot of land on the
test side of Friend streut, next south of Broad; also, a
Dt of land, with a two-story dwelling thereon, known by
bo old No. 66 Calhoun street
K. M. MABSHAXX ti Bao. will sell this day, at their
alesreom. No. 33 Broad street, at half-past 10 o'clock,
iules, horses, cart; and spring wagon; and. at ll o'clock,
be furniture of a family declining housekeeping.
L BUNCH A SON will sou. this day, at their sales- !
?rn, Na. 500 King street, at half-past 10 o'clock, spring
aeons, dray, bedstead; parlor stoves, and sundry other j
OABSXBX DxWm will sell this. day, at the northwest
Drnor of King and Spring streets, at hair-past 10 o'clock,
large bay horse.
Muss Dm TTE will sell this day,' at his atore, corner of I
lng and Liberty sheets, at 10 o'clock, a large and
tried assortment of dry goods, hosiery, hats, aad other J
SMITH A McGrxxmur will sell this day, in front of ]
leir office, No. 37 Broad street, at 10 o'clock, a large j
rey horse, saddle and draft ponies, furniture, Ac
. . P. H. B.
Ali synonymous with Health. Strength and Vigor,
he sacr?t will be revealed by Investing in a bottle of j
ANENTN'S HEPATIC BITTEBfl For sale by all [
?* Mee ts rig of Bote biers and Balsers.
Resolved, That the thanks of this body bs tendered to
Irs. EMILY A JENKINS, for increasing the appetites I
f so many of our community with her OoixaroH Brr
KRS. . ' MANY BUTCHERS AND BAKERS.
January ll fmwO
To BAHJOSS, GBOCEBS AND FAKHIKB.-Do you wish I
lour warranted to ?n?ke good bread? Do you wish'
lour thai wiU "bring you custom 7 Do yon wish Flour,
bat wgl make white bread and not sour t Then apply to_
. N. BOBSON, No. 63 East Bay, who has always a. large'
tock ot boat brands Georgia, North Carolina, Balttmora
nd New York Flour, in b?rrela] half and quarter baga
December 10 ? . mwfimos
TUE TIMK TO ADVERTISE: IN THE
The Da ii y South Ca rolir.tan at Columtra, is now sent
o every Fostoffice in thu State. Being tho officiel paper
f tho State, it willbe lound at the present time espe
lally valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
bemseivos of a very largs circulation.
BREAST ?ST CAKES, GBIDDTJB CASIS, Herrara, ROLLS,
tc., a11 made light and wholesome by using the PIOKKEB .1
'BAST POWDKB. If you would use Buckwheat without,
laving headache and eruptions, use the Pioneer Yeast
>owdsr. Bakers will find this Powdar reliable for Hot '
tous, Tea Biscuit, Ac Bold by
- V ' 'GBTTBEB & MARTIN,
January 13 ' ' 33 ' " No. 336 King street.
ii).' G. MCINTOSH,
iTTOrtSEV AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IS
t ?7 ILL PRACTICE TN THE ' COUET8 ' FOB ?HE
VV EASTERN CIRCUIT, emt racing ti? DisMets of
Jhosterfleld, Marlborough, Darlington, Marlon and WU
Prompt attention given to collection of claims. -
Offloe st Darlington Court House.
Masera. ADAMS, FROST A CO., Charleston, S. C.
Messrs. G. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Charleston, S. O.
Messrs. J. A J. D. "KIRKPATRICK, Charleston, S. O.
Gen. JAMI'S CONNER, Charleston, 8. C.
Maj. ED. N. THURSTON, Charleston, & C.
3. ELI GR ?yo, Esq., Mara Bluft
January ll /.. ??.? >' Imo.
WILLIS & cmsopi,
FACTteS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
?Ji ' ,.. .".'" ABD- . '"' ;4?'
S ELI P PIN Gr ? N T S.
W^?t?ISSSS TO"THE prmcHAss; SALK AND
^Xrr^I^SSi^Lit^^r*^S snaDosamOa P?rtalo*
30TXON, B1CB, LUMBER AND NAVAL 8TOBES.
ATLAJfTIO WHARP, Charleston, 8. C.
180 NIGHTS AT ST. JAMES' HALL, LONDON.
Opens This Evening, January 21st,
AND EVERT EVENING DUKING THE WEEK.
GRAND MATINEE, SATURDAY, 3 O'CLOCK.
THE TWO MOST EXTRAORDINARY EXHIBITIONS
OF THE AGE COMBINED.
TABLEAUX OF THE APOCALYPSE,
OE THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS ILLUSTRATED
Together with the original
MTLTONIAN TABLEAUX OF PARADISE LOST.
Prices of Admission. TS couts.
Oldren. 60 cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Com meneo at 8 o'clock.
Diagram of Hall al J. M. GREER'S BOOK STORE,
King streot, where S-cured Seats eau bo obtained during
tho dsy. 6* January ai
DRY GOODS, ETC.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
No. 254- King street.
HAVING BOUGHT OUT THE ENTIBE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, at reduced
prices, from P. LYONS, I am now offering tho said stock
of Goods at a vory low figure, to mako room for my now
purchasos which I am about to make In all the Northern
cities, and hope lo receive -. coll fr?re tho former, as
well as all the now, customers who .o in need of any
goods in my lino. Call, one and all, and satisfy you.
solvcs, at No. 254 King stn?et G. A. V1SANSKA.
January 21 mwf 3
J. R. READ &
HAVE TEMPORARILY REMOVED THE CLOAK
DEPARTMENT of their ESTALISHMENT to tho
BEAR ROOM of C. H. JOHNSON'S HAT STORE, No. 280
KING, opposite HABEL STREET (READ'S OLP "LACE
STORE"), where, during tho few weeks necessary to
complete their NEW CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM, thov
will bo happy to serve their fricada md Hie purni*
J. B. HEAD & CO.,
NO. 20? KING, OPPOSITE BASEL STREET.
WE ARE NOW SELLING CLOAKS OF ALL DE?
SCRIPTIONS at prices warranted to give sati ?fac?
tion to purchasers.
We have stills few remaining of those BLACK CLOTH
SACQUES at $8.60. $10 and SIS each, formerly soldat
$12, $14 and $18; which, together with our ENTIRE
STOCK OF LADIES'COVERINGS. wiU bo offered dur?
ing the remainder of tho seaspn at prices less than their
cost to manufacture.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 269 KING, OPPOSITE HASEL STREET.
OF ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; IRON AND
Steel Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, Trucks. Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Corn Shcllors, Fanning and Grain Milln,
Cotton Gins. Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills.
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Horse
Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bone Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime, fcc JOHN MOORE.
December 10 2mo No. 103 Front-street, New York.
rjTHE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HA8
1 always boon beneficial-tho only difficulty being to
obtain a gonuine article. Before offering BAUGH'S
PHOSPHATE on tho market the last Reason, I submitted
lt for analysis to Professor Shepard, of the South Caro?
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed it, and his
opinion hos now been voriflod by actual cip?riment by
our own Planters, whose testimony I have of tho su?
perior excellency of this Phosphate, especially in thc cul?
ture of Cotton, in insuring s good stand.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 10 su mwf3mo No. 02 EAST EAT.
SWAN ISLAND GUANO.
QA A TON?, BALANCE OF CARGO OF BRITISH
0"v bark James Wilson..
This Guano was sold to Glasgow, Scotland, whore its
value as a manure ls appreciated at more than I am of?
fering it on the market. It was only after making a favor
able arrangement with the vessel as- to freight, and upon
the strong endorsement and recommendation of Prof.
Shepard, that the owners allowed it to remain. It con?
tains 41 par cont, of Phosphate of lime, and other val?
uable ingredients. Mixed wi th 5 to 10 per cant, of Pe?
ruvian Guano makes it one of the cheapest and most
valuable- manures for Com or Cotton.
Price-$20 per ton of 2240 lbs., cash, or $25 per ton,
City acceptance, with interest, payable 1st .-'Gvcmber.
For salo by J. N. ROBSON,
January 16 wfmlmo No. 82 Bast Bay.
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVHJOX HOTEL.
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HOBSE HOSE
Corn Mills, Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters
Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Planters
Grain Cradles, Sythes and S oaths
Shovels,'Spades, Forks and Hoes
Bice and Grain Fan Mills .
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horse Powers-of all kinds
Reaping Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners.
. AGENTS FOB THE
AGENTS FOR THE
S10NPA?EIL W AS1M8 Miffl?NE
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
M. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C. \
; December Mo ' mw?mo
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED- O?t
Office of John B, Ncwldrk,
No is? REA DE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
?sT Agency for EXTON'S PREMILfil TRENTON !
CRACKERS. AU orders sent will. bo prtaropUy attended
to._?.- -, ._e-'ios ?>. ' _.December IK
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
COB. EAST BAV'ASD ACCOI IMOETATION WHABF. -
Octobtrl ' ', .... ,..: ;
r W B?-aEWSTER;rM
Attornays at Law & f ?oHcitors In Efjii?)?
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
DRUGS AND JIEDICINES.
A Largo and carefully selected Stock
WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT EEDUCED PRICES.
OUK MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ABE IMPORT
ED djroclly from Manufactories, under Ihe super?
vision of experienced Chemists, which enables un lo rc
coroinencl tnem as pure and reliable lu streugth;
Wo keep on Laud all articles to be found I h a lire-clas?
Drug Store. Fresh additions ari? received hy every
?B- PUES JI-UTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
" _ _ North of Market.
E. H. KELLERS, M. F.H. BAER, lil. D.
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few thcro are who are not subject to some affection
of the lungs or respiratory or0-nna, who, by neglecting
premonitory symptoms, aggravate thc complaint, until
disease strikes its shalt?, causing inexpressible torture
of the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
a cold I" "A slight Boro throatl" is tho I?-*Bess remar::
of many when BO affected. Yes ; "Only <- cold," was the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed I should bo the motto forover
in the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all sul?
fating from Asthma, Dronchilis, Consumption. Relief ia
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a lifo of misery-a daily, hourly stmgglo for ex?
istence. A contest in which there can bo but one vlctor
Docs it not appal tho strongest mind, to think of the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? Wltttox
cuso can bo offered, when timely warning is soundod m
your ears? When the danger is pointed out, why not
avoid lt? MAUSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM has been used
with success in nearly a million of coses, and ls endorsed
by tho Medical Faculty os tho mose i romut and etiles
cious rcme/ty .^ouuau .uauar^i has discovered, to
relieve and cure all cases of Co u-hs. Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if tho caso is not beyond all hope.
Even when the sufferer is i i thc laBt stages, he will find
relief by using this prop mition. One bottle will con?
vince tho most incr?dulo.ts, that the moritr. ot* this prepa?
ration aro by no means exaggerati-d ; in fact, fall far short
of tho eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured hy Its : iruely uso. A gusrantco accompanies
each bottle ?nd dealers are Instructed in every instance
to refund tho money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, New
Price, BO cents Bmoll bottle; SI large size.
KING ii CASSI1DE7,
Wholesale Agents. Charleston,
GOODRICH. WIREMAN & CO.,
Wliolesalo Agonts, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. 3mo December 4
SOUTHERN 1 RUG 'HOUSE.
DOWIE & MOISE,
(BUCCESSOBS TO STSO A CA&SIDKV),
No. 151 Meeting street,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
CUarlcs?on, S. C.
GEO. DOWIE, late of Siaosns, ROTT & Co., and RUIT
B. F. MOISE lato with Krj?o & CASSTDET.
JCS" The attention of Druggists, Merchants and Physi?
cians lb respectfully called to tbe above, nnd their Orders
solicited. ttn-mwflmo January 7
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
(FORMERLY JOI1H ASHHUKST AND CO.)
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH,)
PHILIP WINK MAN, > SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOHN A8HHTJBST, )
MEDICINES ?ND CHEMICALS,
ALL OF WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
CABE, AND WILL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
October 27 I August ll 6mo?
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
BOYLAN & TUERS, ?
MANUFACTURERS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL?
ERS tn, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS. COLORS,
VARNISHES, &c. No. 98 MAIDEN LANE,
" New York.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
March 21 ' - - wfmlyr
THE SOM OIL COMPANY,
?d?JXVF?JOTXJXESB OT T?TE .
SOXINE BURNING OIL,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN USE.
SO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NON-EXPLOSIVE.
omOl MO. 68 BBOATJWAr, MTW YOBX, ,
JOHN S.~ BANKS, GENERAL AGENT.
rt'HIS SUPERIOR OIL GIVES A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT,
I equal to Gas in brilliancy ; ls much cheaper; is per?
fectly safe, as it is non^xptosios; and is far superior to
any other oil or Burning Fluid ever offered to the public
Tho ' Company will also furnish tho trade, at manufac?
turers' ' prices, all kinds of Patent Safety Lamps, Lan?
terns, Chandeliers, etc., admirably' adapted for Hotels,
Churches, Private Residences, Stores, Warehouses,
Offices, Steamboats, Bailroads, and for Plantation uss.
In fact, they are better for any purpose whs toy er, for
which alight ls used, than any,other lamp invented, and
are sold at s price that comes wilbla tho reach of every
one.: ' ' ; - ?:' ..
-? .Contracts taken for lighting Towns and Villages.
For further particulars; terms, otc, address the COM?
PANY, or *?. JOHN 3. BANKS,
V1 No. 08 Broadway, Nsw York.
Opinion of the Rev. Mr. Boulton in regard to the
qTzaltiy of the Solln e Oil:
WnjoxGTOK, N. C., 31st December, 13G6.
Sm: I. have been using, your "Seline Ott" for some
time iu a night lamp, and find lt the safest and most
economical burning fluid I haye ever used. It gives a
steady and beautiful soft light, and I can say from expo?
rt?nos that ibo srticlo obtained from you is not explosive,
bat is perfeti tly safo In the hands of any ona.
3EV. A. PAUL BEPITON.
Orders for tits above Oil and Lamps win be received.at
;~ McEAY & CAMPBELL'S,
Hasol sttrsot, opposite tho now Post Office..
January 19 ' " .. - amos
Nif YORK STEAM iM?l,
. MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINE LATHES, ' PLANERS, ";
BDPBOVED CARTWHEEL BOXES,
;. 7 .. *'l ROLT COTTERS,'
J'..-'.:' UPRIGHT BRILLS,
, -;.- AND .
Works at Worcesi : % Mass..
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 23? PEABIi ST,
SBW SOBK. V
December 13 cato
_AUCTION S ALES.
Furniture, Liquors, .fe.. Soaps. Shoes, ?Ce.
BY WILBUR & HON.
TETS DAY. 33d instant, at our Suie? noonie, corn*r
State and Chalmers streets, at half p int JO o'clock, will
be wild without reserve.
rABLOK. DIN INO AND BED-ROOM FURNITURE,
HAIR-SEAT CHAIRS. U*ir-soat Sofa?
Ottomans. Cea?-c and lier TsUly?. Carpet?
Dining 'tables, cane and Wood-seat Chairs
Cottage Sots. UtHlBtcaO.*. Washstands
Wsrdrobos. Mattresses. Pillows, ic.
G bbls. very Due BOURBON WHISKEY
C ono-eiirhth casks very Uno Rruu.lv
60 casus Croton Ale
26 cases Falkirk's Alo
20 baskets Champagno
40 cases Champaituo Cider
40 boxas Family Soaps
20 M Segars, sevoral brands
Nests Caskets, Cloth-s Lines
Paper and Cotton Twine, Spice Boxes
Assortment Mats, ic, kc.
60 CASKS SHOKS.
MEN'?? BUFF CONGRESS HOOTS
Balmorals, Oxford Tics, Children's .Sorgo Boots
Ladies' and Misses' Serge Gaiters
Slippers, Brogans, kc, ic.
100 pairs PANTALOONS
80 Coats, Frocks and Sacks
Breakfast Shawls, Nubias, Woolen Hoods
Handkerciiiefs, Suspenders, Elastic Cord
Hooks and Eyes, ic, kc.
Tho above wUl positively bo sold, as wo aro ordered to
Conditions cash. " January 23
Friend street Lot- Unreserved Sale,
BY WILBUR & SO*.
THIS DAY, 23d instant, at our salesrooms, corner state
and Chalmers atrcuts, at ll o'clock, will be sold, with?
All that LOT OF LAND, sltuato on tim west sid? of
Friend street next south of Broad strest, mcasuriuit in
front 30 feet 6 Inches by 160 feet in tlenth, more or lass.
Con eli tiens cash. Purcbasor to pay nj for paper?.
Unreserved Sr?e, bo order former Purchaser.
B? WILBUR & SON
THIS DAY, 23d instant, al our sales rooms, corner
State and Chalmers streets, at ll o'clock, will positively
All that LOT OF LAND, with th? tinned roof two and a
half story DWELLING thoreon, situated in Calhoun
street, south aide, third door from Smith strsot. nod
known by the old No. 65, measuring in f rout on Calhoun
street 35 foot, by 105 feet iu depth, moro or lsss. Tho
House contains six square and two attic rooms, well fin?
ished, gas throughout, well and cistern on the premises,
carriage house, Bt,ib'.:s, and all requisite outbuildings.
Tho salo is positive, and sold for cash. Titles iudispu
table. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
Premises can bo Inspected at any time pravions to
salo. January 23
MILLIGAN, MELCIIEKS St CO.,
Will sell on FRIDAY, the 23th instant, in rear of tho
New Custom House, at ll o'clock A. M.,
? 1 lot ANCHORS-various 8i7.es.
January 17 thsmwf?
BOOKS, ST?TSQNERY, ETC.
THE HISTORY OF A BRIGADE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINIANS, knewn first as GREGG'S, and subsequently as
MCGOWAN'S BRIGADE by J. F. J. CALDWELL, lately
an officer of the 1st Regiment S. C. V. I vol. limo.,
WAR POETRY OF THE SOUTH. Edited by WILLIAM
GILMOUR SIMMS, LL D. 1 vol.. Cloth Ext., S2.50.
A few copioB for salo by
January 16 No. 2U5 KING STREET.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Perique?is and Stationery.
JUST REC: rVED
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1307, Etc.
A fino and large selection of NOVELS, by tho most
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS. BOOKS ?br Homo
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES coustantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the saran.
Orders from the countrv are respectfully solicited.
TWRVS i.IPKRr. Novetnbor 8
BOOK BINDING, PRINTING
OF ANY SIZE, STYLE OB KIND RULED IO ORDER,
AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
LETTER, ?QTE AND CAP PAPEIS.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DB3CRIPTION OF
EXECUTED. AT SHORT NOTICE.
ISTo. 59 Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
' October 33 mwf?mo_
THE AIKEN PRESS.
rIS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, S. C., a Weekly papor under tho above nae.
to be devoted to General Intelligence!-Political, Coni7
merdai. Social; Literary, and Religious-with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, tn eluding the Field, the Orchard,
the Vineyard, and the Garden. A News Summary, to
contain a digest of the Important events of ths week,
will occupy a portion ot the paper, and particular atten?
tion will be given to the unsettled question of Labor, as
best adapted to onr new condition, and the development
of the resources of the country in Manufactures, Agri?
culture, Fruit-raising, and Vino-growing.
Terms-$3 a year, lu advance.
H. W. RA VEN KL, Editor.
W. D. KatKLiND, Publisher. . January 31
GEO. J. JE? LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and Cbesnnt Streets,
. We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete ft?
PAR?IS .AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can Bee how a suit of Furniture will appear
in their house, and can from these rooina make a bettor
selection than they can from furniture nromiscucuily
5l?cei ia bsr?e wtreWxjuM. 2ocos November ?6
Banda.Pins. Tassels, Gimpa, Loops. Cords, ic; White
IndRuffHolland?; No, 136 WTOGIAM STREET, between
Fulton and John streets. Nsw York. ?" ,
Store and Ornoo Shad?a ruado to ordra-.
December 34 mwfisao
Portable Steam Engine.
BY LAI ?EV ?Si ALKXANDSU.
THIS DAY. tho 23d Instant, will !>.. will ou Atlantic
Whirr. ?t ll o'clock,
ONE POUTABLK HT EA M UN? UN M. lu C'*>d <>r,lw,
v.ilh ?Inuit ?IO (c t Smoke slack; wi.i snit ibr a grist mill,
or for driving cotton clu*.
Dur Thu above eau bu treated for at Private Sale.
KV R. BL BI ARS H ALL vb UKO.,
Ei-okrr, ntiU Auctioneer*, No. S3 Ki omi st.
Tills LAY, January 23d. at 10;- o'clock, will ho iiolJ,
6 MULES, WAItttANTED SOUND
1 Spring Wagon.
Conditions cash. January 23
Furmlurc of a Family deefiuing Housekeeping.
BY R. BI. MARSH A Ll. ,t ?5I?O.
? Crokers un fl Auctioneers, No. 33 Itioitc! st.
Tills DAY. Jsnuarv 23d. at ll o'clock, will bo solil,
HANDSOME l'RBNCH BEDSTEADS
Mohair and Cnuo-Seat Chairs
Marble-Top Bureaus and Tables
Sofas, Rockers. Extension Table, kc., Ac.
_1 riANO, in KOO.] condition. .Tanuarj- 23
?Y K. M. MABSirALI, & BRO.
Krokcrs ?ml Auctioneers, No. 33 ?road St.
.THIS DAY. at ll o'clock.
1 set BROCATEL AND LACE CURTAINS.
J>r>i Coolta. Hats, dc.
BY BIILtfS DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 111 o'clock. I will sell at. mv Stow,
corner ot' Klus and Librrtv tti.-ts.
Tisccs WHITE AND BROWN COTTON 1'LAN KEL
Pisces Denim. Ticking
Piece* lilack and Fancy Alpaca
Pieces Printed Lawn. Pupliitets
Pieces Irish Linen, Solecia
Pieces Table Damask, Huckabacks, Diaxmr. BroiJ
cloth, Cas.-imerc, Tweeds, Joans, Cottouado, Sull
uet, Grey Flannel, kc.
Dozens Hoop skirts, lu to 43 Springs; Balmoral
Skirts. Nnbias, Breakfast Shawls, Sontag?, AH-Wuol
Long RliawiB. Ladies' and lieut?' Cotton and Wool Ho?
siery, Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Glovos, Whits ami
Grey Underskirts ?nd Drawers, Ladies' Sots Culls anil
Collar?, Grenadine Veils, L. Cambric and Hemstitch
Ilanderchlors, Table Cloth s. Towels. Quilts. Bl:?ck l'lai
Thread. Sowing Silk, Huttons, Knives and Scissors, Se?
gar Cases, ripes, Watermills, Nocklacos, Needles, Silk
Tie?, Suspender*, Soap, kc.
j IA rs.
20 dozen MEN'S FINE FELi', CASSIMERE and WOOL
BATS, comprising tho latest styles.
An invoice of ENGLISH TWEEDS and RIBBONS, an
Terms cash. January 23
One Large Groy Horse, a Pair of Fine Sa'Mc
and Draft Ponies, Windsor Chairs, Fxlensvm
and Mahogany Tables, Piano, Corn Mill, dc,
?tc., ai Auction.
KY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, No. 27 Itrou.il Street.
Tho above will be sold THIS DAY, in front of our Office,
at 10 o'cloak.
*3~ Unlimited Articles received up to hour of sale.
BY" L. BUNCH di SON,
No. 506 KUIK street.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 23d inst., at 10 li o'clock,
3 SPRING WAGONS
1 substancial Dray
2 Parlor Stoves
And other articles too numerous to mention.
Large /lau Jfnrse.
Bli G A It lil E Li DcWITT.
At northwest corner of King and Spring streets, will li?
sold without reservo, THIS DAY, 33d inst., at half-past
10 A. M..
A Urge HAY HORSE, good under saddle and in draft.
January 23 1*
Batanee of o Retail Store-i-ry Goods, Clothing, ?
Supertitle Fell-J fats. Hoots and Shoes, Xfolioiis,
Hardware. dc, ?tc.
MCKAY & CA:? FEE LL,
Cnsli Auction House,
No. 55 Hast! Street, Opposite Postofilco,
Will sell TO-MORROW, 21tjj inst., at 10 o'clock.
DRESS GOODS-Black Silk, Velvets, Plaids, Mertnocj,
Stripes, Prints. Lougclotb, Homespun, 4c, Ac.
CLOTHING-Black Frock Coats, Pants. In Casalmote
and Satinet; Vests, Overcoats, Shirts, Under Garments,
Ladies", Gents' and children's BOOTS and SHOES,
TAILOR'S GOODS-Black Cloth, Caasimcres. Doe?
skins, Satinets, Tweeds, Canvas, kc, kc.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS-Threads. Cottons,
Pins, Ne. dies, Jewelry, Bells, Hair Brushes, kc, kc
WHITE GOODS-Dotted MuBhn, Jaconets, Cambric,
Linens, li. E. Diaper, Scotch Diapur, ic.
Conditions cash. January 23
Valuable Grocery Stand in Calhoun Street at Auc?
KY .TORN S. KIttG8.
Tj-MOREOW. the 34th instant, at ll o'clock, nt til?
coruor ol' Broad and East Bay, will be ?old without re?
That 1WO STORY WOODEN HOUSE. No. TS, north
side of Calhorn street, immodint.ily east er the African
Churrh. containing four room* in tuc second story, ami
two rooms ou the lowur floor, now occupied as a Groo ur/
Store, and hus Won. established as suuh for many yewin.
Tho Lot lias a front on Calhoun street of twenty-eight
feet G inches, and a depth of one hundred and fifteen
fc.it, more oe less, as per nutt. On tho premises 1? a
Kitchen Tilth two rooms, well ol'water and outbuildings.
Conditions.-Half cash; balance in six and twelve
months, secured by bond aaj mortgage with intercut.
Buildings to be insured, policy assumed, and purshtner
to pay for papers. ? January 23
BTV UKI.NS ?Sf -IEE. .
Will ba sold TO-MORROW, the 24th instant, in Mr. B.
O'Neill's back store in State street, between Queen and
Cumberland street*, at 101; o'clock.
3u'J0 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT.
Salea EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KTLBOY & Co,
No. 339 Kin?:-?treet. of a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Jowelry, Bootu and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. January 23
House and Lut in Line stree', near Rutledge sired.
KY II. II. DsLKOM.
I will nil. TO MORROW, January 3*th. at ll o'clock.
at tho Old Exchange, corner Broad and East Hay
All that LOT OF LAND and ono-story Wooden STOKE,
80 feet lon? and iii feet wide, with Dancing Eall in rear
of store, and Bowling Alley; tbore is also a one-itcry
house in rear of store, containing i rooms, kitchen, te.
The Lot ls 112 feet front on Lina at,, and 14S feet deep.
Thia store being near the terminus of City Railroad,
should command attention, being only one door from
Tarros-One-third cash ; balance, by bond aad mort?
gage, payable In one and two years, with interest from
date of sale; property tobe inaurud and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers._January 23
Sloop Georae Washington.
S Y M. L. A Ul AK.
On FRIDAY, 25th inst, at II o'clock, at Wharf foot of
The ?loop GEORGE WASHINGTON, capacity of tlx .
cords wood. Sails and Rigging in good order.
Conditions cash. _ January 23
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
SO CT H CAROLINA DISTRICT.
MILLIGAN. MELCHE?S * CO.. AUCTIOSBSBS.
By virtaa of an order of Sals, lo me directed, from tho
Hannrable the Judge cf the District Court of Cou lb
Carolin?, I will expose for salo at Public Auction, at
No. 22 Vendue Rango, at ll o'clock A. M., TO-MOIt
BOW, 24tb inst,
6000 IMPORTED SPANISH SEGA?S (CONCHAS)
1050 Imported Spanish Segar. (Plantation).
Terms oash. J- P- M. EPPING.
United States Marshal
January 23 _17,19.21.23*34
LARGE SALK OP REAL ESTATE, STOCK.
I wiB sell at public sale, at my Plantation, in tb. Fort of
Edisto, Orangeburg District, 12 mile? from Oraugeburcr
village and 8 miles from Graham's Turnout, on THUKS
DAY, the 7 th day of February next,
5000 sores of first quality COTTON, PROVISION AND
TIMBER LANDS, with a fina Dwelling and outheusea, 5
settlements, 3 gin houses, sugar mill, steam saw mill In
fin. working order, a aita for a water mill with dam intaot,
and two other fixe sites for water power. Tobe sold In
txaets to suit purchasers..
30 head MULES, 10 head Horses, t? head Cattle, be?
sides Hogs, Sheep, kc, kc
TIMBER CARTS, Ox Carts, Wagons, oed Pl lat st on
1009 bushels of COEN, and other kinds of Provisions.
Terms of Sale-The Land: One-third cash, and the
balance on a credit of one and two years, with approrsd
security and a rnortcaa-e. ef the stock .nd Sro
vii?outi- xunn? made known on day of salo.
January 12_-sw . JOHN EASTEBLIN.
At Private Sale or lo Lease for a Term of Years,
a most valuable Rice and Sea Island Cotton
Plantation on Pon Pon River.
BY CLIST'ORD & MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 'Broad street.
Containing 1300 acres-SOO acres cleared and under
bank, 300 acres nigh land-all in good order'and now
ready for planting. Buildings to accommodate one hun?
dred hands or more. With the place, win bevaold mules,
stock ?nd flats, Ac. A?*
I For terms, Ac, apply as above.
January 14__ mwiH
Valuable Sea Island Cotton and Rice Plantation,
on the Ashepoo River. ;
BY CUFFOED & MATHEWHS,
Real Estate Agents, Wo. 50 Broad. S tr o.t.
i At Private Sale-- "
SEA ISLAND COTTON AND RICE PLANTATION, on
the Ashepoo River, near tho Charleston and tevannah
Railroad, conUiuiug 1300 acre? of land-400 acres of htab.
land cl eared, 550 acres of rice land under bank; wita
cood landings,.and a healthy ?Ummer residence. On
tho place is a dwolling and cutbUdings, stable, barn,
overseer's house, and good negro quarters. Large ororjjj
havo been undo on these lands, which are of the bSt
quality and situated al a fine pitch Of tide for flowing
and draining._mwro_ January ll
Residence.in Coming street.
BY LOUIS 1>. DcSAUSSUKE.
At Private Sale
THE DESIRABLE BRICK RESIDENCE, situ?t? on tho
east alda of Coming street, and known' by tho Na 26,
I containing six upright room?, dressing rooms, pantry,
private stair and plastas. On the premises ara crick
Kitchen, Carriage House, kc The Lot measures SS (set
front by 150 fbet deep. Apply, aa"above, at
January ll . ftnwfl NO. 23 BROAD STREET.
~Midei, Horse and Ruggy.
BY J. ?RA? TOM /.<x,ivJD,
Broker and Commission Agent.
At Privat? Salo
i young and well-broken MULES, in fine condition.
1 Buggy Horse, strong and well-broken.
L Buggy, in good condition (Artman's maka.)
1 B?nelo Set Bugxy Harness.
Ippiyat No. 40 BROAD STREET,
January 33_' '
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, dc. at Auction.
BY Msnni & jmniLLiYBAY,
NWiST Brood street, southside, near Stat?
TC . . ? - street.
. Sales of-FURNITURE, Ac., at prWato residences tr?
tended to at moderst? chargea.
Auction every WISDNHaDAYfor HORSES, VEHICLE^
i j URN 1TU11E, Ac., at half-past .10 o'clock, at our office. '
October3 ..... i . , ... ? >i
?SE6ARS ?ND SEWS DEPOT,
JUST OPENED. NBAS TUE POSTOFFICE, WHERE
the bart HAVANA AND DOMESTIO- S?OABS,
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO cari alwaju bo
had. Also, th. LAT'BST DAILY .AND WKE3CLY PA?
PERS and MONTHLY MAGAZINES kept constantly on
band. ' uiwfG* J*naai7 2I