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MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY-4,1307.
LOCAL lNIATTERS", '
ODD FELLOWS' THANKSGIVING.-By direct ion of
the Most :Worthy ; Grand Lodge of tho United
States, the 26th jof- April, proximo (which is tho
rmuiversaryof 'the .establishment of the Oidor of
?>dd Fellows in this country), has been solected by
the Most Worthy Grand Sire of tho Order, Hon. J.
P. SANDERS, of Now York, as a day of general
thanksgiving, by Odd Fellows throughout ibo
United States, for tho return of peace, prosperity,
and for the preservation of tho Order during the
war jusi closed.
YOUNO MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-This
flourishing institution had a very interesting moet
ing last hight at Central Church, where 'they were
addressed by Re 7. Luaus CUTHBERT, of the Citadel
Square Baptist Ghurch. His lost was: "Uso this
world as not abusing it, for the 'fashion thereof
passeth away." The Reverend speaker proceeded
first to give the lawful uso of tho world, and next
those that were unlawful, illustrating his points
from histor}', science and literature. His discourse
Fas full of excellent advice to his young hearers.
He urged upon them'the important Scriptural in?
junction, "Whatsoever thy hand flndeth to do, do
it with thy might, for in tho gravo thero is no
work, knowledge, or device." Ho was listened to
with rapt attention by his entire audience. Mi*.
CUTHBERT ist'a fine speaker,-having a graceful olo
' cution, a clear enunciation, and a pleasing voice.
The music was admirable, selected with taste.
and admirably exocuted. But this is tho caso al?
ways when Mr. RUDDOCK conducts the exercises.
We a?e.pleased to learn that tho Young Mon's
Christian Association is exciting a good deal of in?
terest among our young- mon at present, and we
hope they may be instrumental in accomplishing
much good.: ...
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-HON. GEORGE
S. BRYAN pxesidrngi-No, btisinesB was transacted
ou Saturday.?aih?i'sentences w?i be imposed upon
the different criminal cases that have been tried
in this Court, to-d?y at ll A. M.
MAYOR'S COURT, February 2.-Martha O'Neill, a
colored, damsel with a torn'bonnet artd no hoops,
who had been giving some - of the residents of the
Upper Wards a touch of genuine Billingsgate, was
ordered to-be locked up for ten days: ' .' '
A junk-shop keeper who had no sign to his estab?
lishment, and a poor apology for tho book which
the law directs he should always have on. hand,
was fined $50. J..". -,
Jacob Brown, a small-sized son of Ham, who had
taken a fancy to a teapot in a crockery store, and
was carrying it off for the purpose ; of putting it
up the spout, wis' sentenced to be imprisoned ten
days, 'and ordered not to receive the usual .allow?
ance of toast and tea during his confinement.
One. "jolly Behmoker" was fined $5.
DISTRICT JUST-judge LOGAN presiding.-Tho
criminal docket of this Court was closed on Satur?
day, and-the sentences imposed on the criminals
by the Judge. The dockot was exceedingly heavy,
comprising 150 cases, who were mostly indicted
for larceny, assault and batten', false imprison?
ment, receiving stolen goods, retailing liquors
without a license, &c. A pationt hearing was
awarded to each case, and those parties who were
unable to employ, counsel were ably represented by
the different members of the Barrat the requesfof
the Judge. ;.: > ;?re,x ? '? .!
Al thougla this Court was designed expressly for
the trial of minor cases, yet it has embraced in its
Jurisdiction many that aro considered felonios,
and' but ' for th o leniency that has invariably been
extended toward th?: freedmen under thea chang?
ed condition,' tti?y would haye. bean, fretted as
capital offences. With the exception of a few
sealed sentences that will be read to-day, the pris?
oners were - all called up to hear the penalties im?
posed upon them for their transgressions. A few
endeavored to extenuate' their conduct, but tho
majority heard, their sentences in sil once. The
Summary Process ]>ocket will be taken up to-day,
and a few'casos that have boon postponed will be
The State vs. John Smith- Larcony. Sentence.
Three months' imprisonment in the jail or peni?
George Scott-Larceny. Six months' imprison?
ment in the jail or penitentiary.
Edward, Webster and WhitCr-Larcenj^ Stealing
cotton and fowls. Three, months', imprison mont
ia the jail or penitentiary.. .
Howard and Fraser-Larceny. Three months'
imprisonment in tue jail orwmtentiarrr-.
Jacob Small-Larcony. Twelve months' impris?
onment in the jail or pehiten ti arv.
Augustus Martie-Assault, and bal tory with in?
tent to kill. "flO fin? and costs.""
Dominic Morton-Assault and Battery, with in?
tent to kill. Four months in jail or penitentiary.
Jno. Brown-Larceny. Ten days' imprison?
ment.-!; <l K? .O?? i''?T*i ..'...''.
Ned Robinson-Cow Stealing. Five days after
the expiration of the firstsentence. - -
Joseph' Hogan-Larceny. Four months.
Jno. Richardson-Larceny. Two months.
Wm. Jenkins--Larceny. Six months.
Jefferson Mouzon ?rad Sarah Monz?n-Larcony.
Six months each.
Benjamin Perry-Larceny. Three months.
Thoa. Barfield-Larceny. Costs, or ten days.
Edward Thompson-Assault and False Impris?
onment. $10 fine, costs, and ton days.
James Hall-Stealing Poultry. Ten days at the
expiration of first sentence.
Sam'i Howard and Phil Fraser-Larceny. Three
months. ti r> ? rr . . ,'?
Robert Walker-Malicious tresspass and'shoot
ingacow. The prisoner.;.-hod gone out to shoot
larks, bat being a. poor- sportsman had missed the
lark and-shat la r?w? ih^the^eje. . Tho-sh?oting
being accidental ?hd the prisoner very contrite,
he was discharged on.the payment of $5 and costs.
Romeo .Smith alias Jackson-Larceny. Six |v
months in-jail or penitentiary.
The fight sentences imposed in many coses was
on account of the long imprisonment that the par?
ties had already endured. This modification was
joyfully receivedby the prisoners, who made many
promises of future amendment.
SOIREE' MusiCAi^-^harlestonians have been la?
menting, for. many, years, the want of an Opera
House,1 under the 'impression that an institction of
this description would do moro toward rebnUding
the city than even the far-famed Fire Loan BUI.
This idea has been generated from the knowledge
that an absence of amusement is a great drawback
to the prosperity of any section, and will always
deter strangers from making extended visits.
There .sxe few communities that do not possess a
love of music, and among the first public buildings
erected in a rising city 4B ; ah Opera House. Tho
artists are usually of every .east, from the star .to
those below mediocrity; but the ^patronage is al?
ways sufficient to maintain the institution.
In our present benighted and ruined condition,
we atm possess the elements of success, and num?
ber among our inhabitants-those whoso musical
voices are heard <?oft in'the stilly night." Our
office is located in the centre pf this music-loving
neighborhood, and when slumber's dreams haye
bound the larger poition of the city, our ears aro
regaled and. our senses entranced by these nightly
serenades.. . Professor TANNER has delighted large
audiences :hy .the"sagacity of his troupe of well
' trained dogs and monkeys ; but no one has yet
undertaken to introduce cats before tho foot
lights. This oversight appears singular, especial?
ly when we consider the capabilities and capacity
of the feline race for making themselves heard.
The most celebrated cantatrice is unable to in?
dulge in such ear-piercing notes, or to run the
gammnt with the facUity displayed by the furry
vocalists who favpr-'ns with their soirees. .
The arena usually selected for tho operatic per?
formance is in Hayne street, near the Charleston
Hotel, and the-most favorable hour forbearing tho
roll strength of tte. artists is at th?t^vitch?ng tune
when "ghosts are popularly supposed to take an
airing. The answering voices ' of the' troupe aro
then heard, far and near, hastening to tho re?
hearsal,' and sfter a short breathing space anda
few gentle interludes, a full chorus bursts upon
the offended ear, reminding the afflicted hearers,
(whose nerveB are -suffering painfully from the
shock ) of the bid couplet that
"Music hath charms tr soothe tho savage,
To BpUt a rock ard cook-a cabbage." .
An enterprising individual who would collect
these songsters, and by training their voices, so
modulate them that tho general result would bo
more pleasing, woidd be conferring an incalculable
benefit up-'w the. community; and an entertain?
ment fnriusbed by them in their improved condi?
tion, would not only bo popular, but bo a great
draw. That "they are capable of impro\ --aient, few
can doubt who have once heard their voices in an
uncultivated, sta to, and a troupe composed of such
talent would bo an undoubted success, and a
source of great profit to tho philanthropic pro?
Cate have always been ill-used animals, and
solely because no one has taken sufficient interest
in their musical cultttro, and although now star
actors, and unaccustomed to sing ou a stage, a lit?
tle judicious training would soon overcome this
-timidity and make them as entertaining as Pro?
fessor TANNER'S Troupe. Genuine talent should
never be permitted to romain in obscurity, and wc
trust the time is not far distant when th?se warb?
lers will be prevented from wasting their sweet?
ness on the desert air, and be taught to confine
their oratorios and concerts to some proper build?
ing, where their voices can be heard to moro ad?
vantage and the enceres bo more flattering than
the bricks that now rudely disperso them, the lat?
ter a catastrophe bf frequent occurrence.
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY.-On Saturday night, about
1 o'clock, au attempt waa made to rob Mrs. HLL
BERS' well-known boarding-house, on King ?treot.
lt would appear, from tho information wo havo
gleaned, that two freedmen gained access to the
dining-ioout of tho establishment, through tho
entranco aud stairway, located betwoeu tho stores
occupied by Mosars. CARRINGTON & Co. and Fo
GAJiTii? A STILLMAN. The thieves had succeeded
in bringing down a number of articles, such as
coffoo, hams, crockery, table-cloth?, etc., which
they concealed under tho staircase. AB they wore
emerging with their booty into tho street, a wide?
awake policeman smelled a mice, and began to in?
stituto au impromptu investigation, whon freed?
man No. 1 lifted up his shins and sloped, and
freedman No. 2 was locked in tho tender embrace
of tho watchman, who, with characteristic care,
provided tho said No. 2 with suitable lodgings in
the public boardiug-houso generally kn"wn as
GAILLARDS Hotel, tho very" gentlemanly landlord
of which will doubtless soo to the fm thor dispo?
sition of his guest this morning.
THE HANLONS on Saturday night had a large
and highly fashionable audience. Among the lat?
ter we would take occasion to say was our worthy
self, Mrs. Local, and all tho young Locals. Let
none of our friends bring SKAESPEARE down upon
tis, and ssy, this is giving to airy nothing a Local
habitation. But tho HANLONS 1 Such feats of cor?
poreal o rility, manual dexterity, dorsal flexibility,
popliteal pliability, and vertebral suppleness woro
never before exhibited upon a Charleston stage.
It is a great pity wc have oo suitable arena upon
which these distinguished muscular artists can
exhibit their skill. Prof. TANNER and his learned
dogs and monkeys behaved admirably, as indeed
becomes dogs who have performed before her
Britannic Majesty. A wag by our side, who had not
tho fear of Queen VICTORIA before his oyes, on see?
ing the little pup on top of the Professor's skull
cap, profanely remarked: "He has dog on tho
brain." But this was sarcasm, as Artemus "Ward
would say, and has nothing to do with the "show."
The pantomimo, the Sphynx, and tho French
dancing-master were all very good, and all very
funny. Our buccinators were sore from excessive
cachinnation, before the exercises had boen moro
than half completed.
Those who like to soe the impossible made
possible, probable, nay, actually real, should go
and soo the HANLOXS. Those who find it inconve?
nient to go at night, will be pleased to learn that a
matinee performance is to bo given for their
special benefit on "Wednesday afternoon. Tho
HANLONS will close their interesting entertainments
on "Wednesday night, and proceed to Columbia on
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL.-The Trustees of tho
Boper Hospital having regained possession of
their property, the United States Authorities havo
baen engaged for Borne time erecting hospital
buildings, over which they will have exclusive ju?
risdiction. They have leased the lot on the south
side of Tradd Btreet, aJruOBt opposite to Logan
street, long known as tho Rutledge lot. This is
admirably adapted for the purpose intended on :
account of its depth, tho lot extending from Tradd :
street to the water. Tho old mansion was burnt
during the ? reat fire of '61, and since that time no
improvements have been made on the premises.
It was occupied since the war by freedmen, but
has now been leased for a term of years by tho ,
United States, who design usi,.g it for hospital ,
These buildings have been in course of construe- i
tion for some time, and are now sufficiently ad- <
vanced for the public to form some idea of thoir 3
future appearance.1 At tho end of tho lot near tho 1
water-line two lonf* and narrow one story buil ?inga ]
havo been put up; these aro well lighted and ven- (
tilatecL, and will accommodate a number of pati?
ents. They have beon erected on either side of
tho lot, leaving a wide area between thom which
will bo used by tho convalescents as a space for .
?xercise. Fronting tho street and considerably re- t
moved from tho hoBpil al is a fine three, story house, (
ivbich is intended for tho accommodation of thc -\
officers; it will contain sixteen rooms, and when i
completed, with tho addition of piazzas, will pre- ?
sent a pleasing appearance. 1
These structures are altogether of wood, and ?
lave been run up with marvellous rapidity, as the
frame work and material were brought from tho
North in a finished state. It was once a law that
ao wooden buildings should bo erected in the city
proper, except on wa er lots, and it is questionable j
if the lot referred to is in that category. Our city i
lias suffered so Beveroly from fires that it behooves t
the authorities to take every precaution, and wood- j
an buddings not only prove tinder boxes them- t
?elves, but from their proximity endanger every?
thing in their neighborhood.
Tho new hospital will, no doubt, bo of great Ber?
rico to tho United States, and also to the freedmen
vho aro covered by its ogis; and in case
>f an epidemic, would bo a valuable auxiliary
?the city hospitals. The location was well chosen
)n account of its proximity to the water, and the
juro sea breezes will bo very efficacious in con- 8
.ributing t? tho health and recupuration of the -
THE WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
)F NEW VOBK.-By reference to an advertisement |
u another column, it will be seen that our popular ?
Wend, Capt. CAY, has boen appointed tho agent
or tho above Company iu this city. There aro few
?surauce companies that can offer similar facili
ies to tho public. Tho Mutual has boen long
istablishod and has a cash capital of $200,000; its
lividands aro declared promptly and losses paid c
in presentation. Mr. J. ALFRED CAY has -locatod P
limself at Law Bange, where be is prepared to in?
ure lives according to tho best principles.
SAILING PACKETS TO NEW YOKE.-Wo would call
ho attention of shippers to the New Bork lino of n
jacket schooners, of which Mr. WILLIAM ROACH is d
s tho agent in this city. The schooner Robert b
'Jnldwell, Captain MCCORMACK, of this lino, has c
ust made tho passsage from this port to Now York
n 110 Lours, which, considering tho toying weather
?hat has latefy prevailod, ia a most excellent trip. "V
Lliis is known as the Merchant's Line, and has
dways been noted for tho superior character of the
.'easel-i, and the commanders for years havo been
imong tho very best seamen on the American -
wast. Mr. ROACH is ready to afford ahippors
?very possible facility in tho transportation and
lelivory of freight. Merchants will do well to call
SADDLEBY, HOBSE TRAPPINGS, &C-In preparing J
br tho coming crops notldng is moro necessary
hon to He3 that everything is in order; a missing
race or a broken stirrup will often delay progresa
or days. It is an old adage, but a truo one, tb at *
'delays are dangerous," and all who wish to take *
une by the forelock should provide themselves at \
nee with everything needful. Mr. J. C. C. No- K
.AND has a well selected and complete supply of ^
addlery and everything pertaining to it athis H
tore in Meeting Btreet near tho theatre. His E
tock consists of home-made and imported goods *
f every style and variety, suited both for tho J]
lanter and tho man of pleasure, and a visit to his r
stablishment will immediately satisfy the visitor A,
bat he is in the right shop, and can obtain exactly G
rhat he requires. p
THE PLEASANT THINGS OF LIFE.-Th oro aro fow of .
s in this world but have a love for "good things,"
nd always feel delighted when an intimation is
i ven of the situation of the place whore tho ploas
ros of life are to be obtained, and it is under thia
npression that wo desire to bring to the notice of A
ur roadors the several advertisements of Messrs.
i7. S. CORWIN & Co., at No. 259 King street, which
ppear in our issue of to-day, and whoso groee- C
les, wiiioa, liqnora, and luxuries of all kinds can- U
ot bo surpassed, as we know. With all thoir goods
t tho lowest rates, tho strictest attention on the
art of themselves and assistants, and a dotermi
ation to please, we feel satisfied that all who
urchase froi -hom will not regret giving them
MUSICAL CURIOSITY.-By a reference to our ad
ertising colunis it will bo seen that Mr. I). JACOBS
itends to raffio a handsomo and valuable bird mu?
te box, worth about S500. "Wo have examined this
eautiful specimen of mechanical skUl and ingc
uity, and pronounce it a c\ef d'ouvr? of musical J
By tho touch of a small spring, a beautiful min
itnrc bird appears, warbles its dulcet notes in
ird-likc strains, and in a minor key, and thou sud- al
enly disappears within tho box. So perfect is thc K
?echanisin that tho wings, head, and even the ~
linute bill, move as natiu-ally as iu tho living bird.
The public arc invited to call at No. 2U Kini; H
trecfc, aud oxamiuo ttys beautiful specimen of o
msical mechanism. B
FIFTY THOUSAND human beings are annually ci
acrificed on this continent, by thc fed scourge of
bnsumption. IB it not reasonable to ask, why
nell a loss of life? and simply answered : By ne
lecting tho premonitory symptoms of disease,
Inch could bo cured in every instanco by tho uso
f MARSDENS PECTORAL BALM. For sale by ail
DOWLE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN & CO., Aganfca.
JOUN G. MILNOB k Co. -will soil at auction this day, at
their salesroom. No. 133 Meeting stroet, at 10 o'clock,
tho stockof J. K. READ k Co., saved from tho late firo
in King street; also three gold watches of superior make.
[From-'the Insurance Monitor and Wall Street Review, of\
New Tori:, December, I860.]
IVoria Mutual Life Insurance Company.
This company is founded on those scientific principles
and organized with a degree of skill which bid fair to
render it ono of tho most popular institutions of tho age.
It starts with a paid up capital of Two Hundred Thousand
Dollars, and proposes to transact business on a system
combining tho advantages of tho mutual and joiut stock
plan. Its directors rank with the very first-olass busi?
ness men of this city, being merchants and financiers of
high repute, such as H. A. Low, ISAAC H. FBOTBTWGUAM,
SAMUEL WILLBTTB, S. B. CBTTTENDEN, and W. S. TIB
DALE. Among the specially attractive features which re?
commend this company to general favor, aro the lowness
of its mutual premiums, in which respect it yields to no
responsible Amorirau Company, and also thc reduction
in its non-participation premiums, which are lower than
thoso of any other company. The principio it has adopt?
ed of increasing its dividends with tho ago of the policies
is both equitable and encouraging. It pays losses with
the utmost promptitude, within thirty days after proof,
consults tho convenience 01 the insured by making the
most liberal arrangements as respects travelling, and
may be appropriately designated a Life Company for the
people. Its principal officers-GEOBOE L. WILLABB,
Esq.,'Prceident, 0. H. GOBDON, E;q., Vice President, and
C. W. PLYEB, Esq., Secretary and Actuary-aro men of
capacity, enterprise and integrity, and woU qualified to
redeem tho fair promises tho "World Mutual makes at
starting, and to realize tho hopes of its opulent founders
and sanguine friends. 1 February i
Tho host Dyspeptic Bitters now in use aro PANKNTN'S
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to givo relief. Try a
bottle, and bc convinced. For sale by all Druggists, m
To BAS?ES, GBOCEBS' AND FAMTLIBS.-DO you wish
Flour warranted to moko good bread? Do you wish
Flour that will bring you custom? Do you wish Flour
that will moke white bread and not sour 7 Then apply to
J. N. ROBSON, No. G2 East Bay, who has always a large
stock of best brands Georgia, North Carolina, Baltimore
and New York Flour, in barrels, half and quarter bago,
December 10 mwf?moa
THE! TIME TO ADVERTISE IN THE
The Daily South Carolinian at Columb-'a, is now sent
to every Postoffice in the State. liebig tho officiel paper
of tho State, it will be found at tho present time espe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
themselves of a very large circulation.
BREAKFAST CAKES, GRIDDLE CAKES, MUFFINS, ROLLS,
&c, a11 made light and wholcsomo by using tho PIONEER
YEAST POWDEB. Lf you would uso Buckwheat without
having headache and eruptions, uso tho Pioneer Yeast
Powder. Bakers will find this Powder reliable for Hot
Rolls, Tea Biscuit, ic. Sold by
GRUBER k MARTIN,
January 12 22 No. 230 King street.
A MAGNIFICENT BIRD MUSICAL BOX, RICHLY
MOUNTED TN GOLD, and exhibiting an ingenuity of
mechanism rarely equalled. 100 chances at $5 each-the
prize to be decided by a drawing on tho principio of a
lottery. CaU and see it at D. JACOBS',
February 4 mws3 No. 243 King street
SPREAD THE TRUTH.
Somo medical men insist that it is undignified to ad?
vertise a remedy, howovcr valuable it may bo. Queer
reasoning this. It is Uko saying that an arricio which
the world needs should bo hid in a corner-that benefits
md blessings may bo too widely diffused-that the means
if protecting and restoring health should be a close
monopoly, and not accessiblo to all. Tho argument is
tad. It is worso than thal; it is inhuman. Suppose
aoSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS-an absolute spe
:ific for dyspepsia, biliousness and nervous debility
iad novcr boen known bayoud tho repertoire of tho
"acuity, what would havo been the consequence? In?
stead of curing and invigorating millions, the good effects
)f tho preparation would have been confined to a com?
parative few. There ie tho highest authority for saying
hut light should not bo hid under a bushel; that what?
ever is excellent should be placed as a city on a hill,
vhere all men con takj cognizance of it It is upon this
principle that thc BITTERS have been advertised and
continue to be advertised in every newspaper of any
prominence in the western hemisphere, and that tho
ipontanoouB testimonials in its favor have been trans
ated into til written languages. Thousands onjoy por
ect health to-day who would be languishing on beds of
liclmess if tho newspapers had not spread the truth with
.ogard to tills unequalled invigoraut and corrective far
ind wide. Suppose profit luis boon reaped from this pub?
ica ty. Is that any argument against it? If the public
leal Ci has been protected; if lives havo been saved ; if
ho feeblo havo been strengthened and the sick restored,
rreat good has boon accomplished; and who so moan as
o grudgo to oxortions thus directed their fair reward ?
February 4 6
A N ASSORTMENT OF ''SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES,
i\. just received by
J. R. READ & CO.,
TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT 0. H. JOHNSTON'S
HORE, No. 269 KING. OPPOSITE HASEL STREET.
THE GAS LIGHT
MR, JOSEPH P0ZNANSKI
BEGS TO INFORM THE GAS CONSUMERS OF
lharlestoa that all necessary arrangements having been
erfocted, he is now prepared to furnish the
GAS LIGHT MULTIPLIER
3 Stores, Private Dwellings, Churches, kc, in this city.
Mr. PCZNANSKI refers all those interested in tho
latter to Iiis Pamphlet, wherein will be found a full
ascription of tho system proposed, and tho results ob
lined by its application to several buildings in thia
Offico, No. 20 BROAD STREET, LAW RANGE.
Factory, No. 447 KING STREET, at tho Gas Apparatus
Forks of WM. F. PADDON.
Orders may bo left at either of these placea.
Office hours from 10 to 2 o'clock.
Fobruary 1 Imo
JOHN H. STIMSON & CO.,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Dealers in Guano and Fertilizers
73 WALL STREET, j
3RDERS FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING NAMED
GUAN03 or FERTILIZERS will bo promptly filled
pr CASH or u satisfactory city acceptance, viz :
io. 1 Peruvian Guano, per ton, in currency.$87 00
io. 1 Bolivian Guano, per ton, in currency. 45 00
io. 1 Swan Island Guauo, per ton, in currency.... 35 00
o. 1 Solublo Pacific Guano, per ton, in currency. 05 00
To. 1 Baugh'a Suporphoaphuto, per ton in cur?
rency. 55 00
?ruce's Concentrated Fertilizer, per ton. 50 00
'lour of Bono, per ton.CO 00
iono Meal, per ton. .10 00
rushed Bones, port?n. 40 00
ioncB and Flesh, per toa. 35 00
nimal Fertilizer, por ton. 40 00
ish Guano, per ton. 35 00
lypsuni or Plaster of Paris, per bbl. 1 75
oudrottu, per bbl. '? 00
A. A RICE. Agent Charleston, S. C.,
At the office of the Southern Express Co.
January 25 . fmw?
D. G. MCINTOSH,
TTORNEY AT LAW AN1> SOLICITOR IA
[T7ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS FOR 7 HE
W EASTERN CIRCUIT, em L racing tho Districts of
liceterficld, Marlborough, Darlington. Marion and. W?
Prompt attention given to collection of claims.
Office ut Darlington Court House.
Messrs. ADAMS, FROST k CO., Charleston, S. C.
Mesara G. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Charleston, S. C.
Messrs. J. J. D. KIRKPATRICK; Charleston g c
Gem JAMES CONN KR, Charleston, S.. C.
Maj. ED. N. THURSTON, Oharlostou S. C.
J. ULI GREGG, Esq., Mais Bluff.
Jauuary ll lmo.
W. W. l-l ARL LEE,
MARS BLUFF, S. C.,
PRACTICES IN THE CO CUTS OF LAW AND EQUT
L Tl* for Darlington?. Marion, Horry and Williams
IL\ RLLEE k BOYD,. Darli ngtr.n. office at Darlington
HARLLEE k. DA RLLEE, Marion and Horry. Offico
HARLLEE k WILLSON, Williamsburg. Officrr at
pHE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
L NEKS, and propose lo practice in tho STATE
0URTS OF LAT,\* AND IQ CITY for the Districts ot
arnwcll, Bcai?-jrt and Colloton, under tho n ame and
ylc ol' "DAV'iNT."
Office, tor tho pr?sent?t GILLISONVILT JE South
u;oliua. lt. j. r ?AVANT.
No vern her .? fm J. c. "> ?AVANT.
WILLIAM fl. GILLUM) t~W.
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33: HA?NE STrftEjET.
OF ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; TUON ANT
Stool Ploughs, Whoolbarrows. Trucks, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Con. hollers, Fanning and Grain Mills
Cotton Gins, Corn and Cotton Planters* Sood Drills
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and otber Castings, Horso
Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bono Dust, Phos
phate of Lime, fcc. : JOHN MOORE,
December 10 2mo No. 193 Front-strcot, New York.
fTTHE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
X always been beneficial-the only difficulty being
obtain a genuine article. Before offering BAUGH
PHOSPHATE on thc market tho last season, I submitted
it for analysis to Professor Shepard, of tho South Caro
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed it, and lils
opinion''ha? now been verified by actual experiment
our own Planters, whose testimouy I have of tho su?
perior excellency of tide Phosphate, especially hi tho cul?
tura of Cotton, in insuring a good stand.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 10 su mwf3mo No. (12 EAST RAY.
SWAN ISLAND GUANO.
QAA TONS BALANCE OF CARGO OF BRITISH
OUI/ bark James Wilson.
This Guano waa sold to Glasgow, Scotland, whore Its
value os a manuro is appreciated at moro than I am of?
fering it on the market It waa only ul tor making a favor
ablo arrangement with the vessel as to freight, und upon
the strong endorsement and rocommondaUon of Prof.
Shepard, that tho owners allowed it to remain. It cnn
tains 41 por cent of. Phosphate of Lime, and other val
uable ingredients. Mixed with 5 to 10 por cont, of P
ravian Guano makes it ono of the cheapest and most
valuable manar os for Corn or Cotton.
Price-$20 per ton of 2240 lbs., cash, or $20 por ton
City acceptance, with interest payable 1st i-'ovember.
For salo by J. N. ROBSON,
January 16 wfmlmo_No. 62 East Bay.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF Lil
FOR COTTON, CORN. WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN
CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE CROPS, kc.
CONTAINS SUFFICIENT 6TTMULATING AMMO?
NIACAL Animal Matter to'product1 rapid growth
md to insure tho complete appropriation hy the plant of
he phosphates and other ingredients in thc fertilizer
without exhausting Ute sdi; does not burn tho crops du
ring drought like Peruvian Guano, or IOJO its strength
3j thc volatilization of tho Am i onia.
All its constituents, excepting the Sulphuric Acid
seing from Bone?. Blood, FIOBU, and other animal
sources, and not from. Mineral Phosphates or Mineral
Phosphatic Guanos, aa in tho cnBe with most of tho Su
per-Phosphates, are in a condition TO become quickly
soluble in the soil, and available as food for plants.
Warranted free from adult?rations and of uniform
For salo by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS, No. 153 East Bay.
Terms of sale-S65 per ton cash; a limited amount
?ld for half cash, balanro payablo November, 1807,
sith approved Factors' acceptance, bearing Bauk
ates of interest at timo of purchase. February 1
m. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
PLOWS. HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
|_ Corn Mills, Corn Sheller?, Food Cutters
Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Planters -
Grain Cradles, Sythen and Snaths
Shovel?, Spades, Forks and Hoes
Rice and Grain Fan Mills
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horso Powers-of all kinds
Reaping Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners.
AGENTS FOR THE
AGENTS FOR THE
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
SO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December ;0 mwf3mo
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC.
rHE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED A SU?
PERB LOT OF
CniFNEY BITTO, ami
FINE ENGLISH KERSEY, fur Saddle Cloths,
vhich he is now uttering, in connection with Stock
?f bia own manufacturo, consisting of :
IEAVY AND LIGHT CARRIAGE HARNESS
HJGGY, SULKY AND CART HARNESS
IOMMERSETT AND SHAFTOE SADDLES
LN ASSORTMENT OF MOUNTINGS GENE?
03*Plantera ?ire invited to call and examine
rond?, gotten up by hint with especial roferonce
o their known want?.
F. F. CHAPEAU,
AT THE OLD STAND OF A. McKENSIE.
Corner Church and Chalmers streets;
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGER?.
rO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY.. 15TH \XD
30th of each month. Schemr-, 32,000 tickets-.?527
>rizcs. Whole tickets, $12; halves, SC; quarters, Sit;
lighths, SI 60.
. Prize of.S60.000 2 Prize.') of.85.000
. Prizoof.520,000 2'J Prizes ol.?1.(100
Prize of.$8,000 03 Prizes of.S400
. Prize of.$7,00(1155 Prizes of.$200
22? Prtecs ot $125.
64 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,000.
Combination Lottery drawrf every day. Tickets from
il to ?lu.
Cirealrra sent free. Drawings mailed as soou as the
Lottery is drawn.
V'<lr":w If. T- eii'J'KUS. L'niledStilca Licensed A^f-nt,
Sn. .?. u.isoi sircet, ua-rte?um, S. C., c..K< . BOJOVJ P.o.
November 10 3mo
VT THE FOOT OF KAYNE AND PINCKNEY STS.
I)IER NO. 1 HAS BEEN TUOUItOUGHLY REBUILT,
anti is now greatly improved by the addition of a
(tied 200 fuetlong. which ?fters advantages in landing and
.ccoiving cargoes. Tho screw steamships of thc "Ualii
noroaud Charleston Railroad and Steamship Company"
and their cargoes here.
Piers Nos. 2 and 3 embrace a Largo water front avail
iblo for shipping. Tho proximity of these docks to tho
Dry Dock renders thom convenient for v?asela needing
Upon thc premises are desirablo loca'lons for coal de?
pots, woodyards, ftc, to bo rented.
COURTENAY k TREN1IOLM.
Novembor 22 thiij:>mo Lr*tv>i*.
mm Al NEWS WOT.
JUST OPENED, NEAR TUE POSTOFFICE, WHERE
tho best HAVAsA AND DOMESTIC SUGARS,
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOJJACOO can always be
had. Also, thc LATEST DAILY AND WEEKLY PA?
PERS and MONTHLY MAGAZINES kept constantly on
hand. mwfO* January 21
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IN
CLOTHS, (MERES MD VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. S. HULL, Ag'fc,
HAS RKMOVED TO No. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SLUE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
whore ho will bo glad to nee his old friends and custo.r.
ors, and baa in store a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASS1MERES und VESTINGS of every var
riety, which ho will maku up to order at as low prices as
any Himilar establishment.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr & Co.),
will superintend tho Tailoring Department as usual, and
will givo his especial attention .to Cutting Garments, and
Making aud Trimming. I
January 17_ ihnos
"PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
December 21 3mo Under the Amerienn Hotel.
. SAILORS'OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
December 24 3mo
( IlliliHT. WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 50,07,09
and OJ, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Orno A. T. HAMILTON.
SOUTHERN I RUG HOUSE.
DOWIE & MOISE,
(RCCCEBSOBS TO EDfO A CASSIPEY),
No. 151" Meeting street,
OPPOSITE C HA Ii LES TO N JfO TE L,
Charleston, S. ?.
GEO. DOWIE, late of SIMOSPS, RUFF ic Co., and RUFF
B. F. MOISE, late with KINO SC CASSIDET.
iXtf The attention of Druggists, Merchants and Physi?
cians is respectfully called to thc above, and their Orders
solicited. su-mwflmo January 7
A Large ?and carefully selected Stock
WHICH TS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under the super?
vision ol' experienced Chemists, which enables us to re?
commend them as pure and reliable lu strength.
Wo keep on hand all articles to bo fonnd i ti a first-class
Drug Store. Fresh addition? aro rcceivod by every
SSS- PRES J ::iPTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No.* 131 MEETING STREET,
North of Market.
E. H. KELLERS, M. T.H. BAER, M. D.
. December 3
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How fow there oro who are not subject to somo affection
of tho lungR or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
premonitory' ny 'ulmus, aggravate tho complaint, until
discaso strikes lt.-> '-ifts, causing inexpressible torture
of Um patient, and alu....;" and distress to friends. "Only
a coldl" "A slight sore throat!'* is the b?dicas remark
of many when HO affected. Yes ; "Only c cold," was the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed ! should he tho motto forever
in the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Intlucnza. Words of advice should be heeded by all sul
fcring from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief is
within their reach ; and, if neglected, fatal cousequonces
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which there can bo but one victor
Docs it not appal tho strongest mind, to think of the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? Whet ex?
cuso can be olfcrcd, when timely warning is sounded m
your cara? When tim dangor 13 pointed out, whynot
avoid it? MAHSDKN'S PECTORAL BALM has been used
with success in nearly a million of casm, and ia endorsed
by tho Medical Faculty os the most i rompt atid effica?
cious remedy that scientific roscar J ii has discovered, to
relieve and cure all cowes of Co tflm, Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if tho caja ls not beyond all hope.
Even when tho sufferer ia i i the last stages, he will find
relief hy using thia prop iraiion. One bottle will con?
vince tlie most increiluk) IP; thot the merits of this prepa?
ration are by no mcaus exaggerated; in fact, fall far short
ol' the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
Deon cured by its timely uno. A guarantee accompanier
each bottlo un i dealers aro instructed in every instance
to refund tho money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN. No. 487 Broadway, Now
Price, 50 cents small bottle ; $1 Largo size.
KINO & CASSHDEY,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH. W1NEMAN it CO.,
Wholcsalo Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. 3:uo December 4
(FOKMEK.LY JOHN AS H HURST ASD CO..
GEORGE O. GOODRICH, J
PHILIP W1NEMAN, > SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOIIN ABH HURST, )
BEEDIOIRTSS AND CHEMICALS?
.LL OF WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
CARE, AND WILL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
October 27 [Auguut 1J fimos
Fice Lots and Houses in Private Court, in Wai
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
TO-MORROW, tho 5th instant, at ll o'clock, near thc
old Exchange, corner Broad and East Bay streets,
Those fire LOTS, with comfortable honses thereon, lo?
cated in Private Court, in Ward No. 8, near tho west ond
of Spring street Lots measure - feet front, by - feet
in depth-ail high and dry. Four houses contain tw
rooms each; tho fifth house is a tenement building, con?
taining six rooms, all in good order, and at present bring?
ing fair rents.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by a bond and mortgage of the property,
with interest, payablo semi-annually. Buildings to bo in
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for all ne
cessary papers._February 4
The Steamer Plato al Auction.
BY I. S. Iv. BENNETT.
TO-MOBBOW, the 6th instant, near the old Exchange,
corner of Broad and East Bay stroets, at ll o'clock,
The steamer "PLATO," with all her Fixtures. She is
very fast. Her hull is very strong and thoroughly braced
measuring in length 94 7-10 foot, in breadth 21 2-10 feet,
in depth G -1-10 feet; tonnage 83 65-100.
Her Engine 1B a low-pressure one, in excellent order,
and her boiler is in fair condition. Tbsy can he oxamin
cd at any time.
Conditions-Half cash; balance by note, payable in
months, beariug interest, and secured by approvsd per?
sonal security. Purchaser to pny for all necessary pa
Clioice Grocery Sugars.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
TO-MOEEOW, Gth inst, at half.post 10 o'clock, will be
Bold before our store, No. 125 East Boy,
100 boxes CHOICE GBOCEBY SUGAB,
Imported direct from Havana.
Conditions at sale._February 4
At Auction.-Paving Stones.
BY J. B. E. SLOAN.
Will be Bolt1, TO-MOBBOW, the 5th of February, at 10&
o'clock, at the old Post?nico, Broad street,
.4200 BBOWN PAYING STONES, 16% by 16y2 inches
They can be seen at tho Marble Tard of B. E. White,
Terms cash. February 4
Sundries, cr. Account of all whom it may concern
BY WILBUR & SON.
WEDNESDAY, the 6th inst., at the store, corner East
Bay and Unity Alley, atlO>? o'clock, will be sold, with?
out reservo, On account all whom it may concern,
THE ENTIBE CONTENTS OF SALO STOBE,
CONTAINING : f
OVENS, SPIDERS, POTS, KETTLES, and a general
assortment of Hollowware ; barrels Washing So.ia, Stove
and Pipe, Weights, Tiucka; 20 dozen Brooms; assorted
lot Gasswaro; bottles Liquor, Fancy Show Case, kc, kc
Conditions cash. Goods to be removed immediately
after salo. February 4 :
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETcT
THE HISTOBY OF A BRIGADE OF SOUTH CABO
LINIANS, known first as GREGG'S, and subsequently as
MCGOWAN'S BRIGADE, by J. F. J. CALDWELL, lately
sn ofllcor of tho 1st Eegiment S. C. V. 1 vol. 12mo.,
WAH POETEY OF THE SOUTH. Edited by WILLIAM
GILMORE SIMMS, LL. D. 1 voL, Cloth Ext., $2.50.
A few copies for sale by
January IC No. 285 KING STREET.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
TUST BEC ' TYED
el A lar e supply of STAT?ONEEY
1HOTOGRAPHB, PHOTOGEAPH ALBUMS'
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Etc.
. - ALSO, .'
A fine, and large Kqfc??iufl>p<' NOVELS, by the most
celebrated authors.' 8aWwOOKS, BOOKS for Borne
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on band, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same.
Ordern from tho country aro respectfully solicited.
TKHM," T.TBERAT,. - November 8
OP ANY SIZE, STYLE OR KIND RULED 30 OBDEB,
AND MADE TO ANY PATIERN.
LETTER, HOTE AND CAP PAPERS,
OP ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
: STATIONER'S MERCHANDISE.
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXEOUTED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
No. 59 Broad Street.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 22 mwfOrao
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, S. C., a Weeldy paper under the above title,
to bo devoted to General Intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religious-with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, including the Field, tho Orchard,
tho Vineyard, and tho Garden. A New? Summary, to
contain a digest of tho important oveuls of tho week,
will occupy a portion ol the papor, and particular atten?
tion w?l ha given to the unsettled question ol' Labor, as
best adapted to our new condition, and the rlevcioproent
of the resources of tho country in Manufactures, Agri?
culture, Fruit-raining, ond Vine-growing.
Terms-S3 a year, m advance
H. W. RAVENEL, Elli tor.
W. D. KIRKLANO, Publisher. January 21
S. W. COR. QUEEN AND EAST BAY STS.
EF. TUBCK INFORMS HIS FBIENDS AND THE
a pubUc generally that ho has opened at. the abovo
place, and will be ploased to furnish them with tho best
that thc market a?'orilfl, at moderate prices.
January 9 _Imo
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON!
THE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWN !
THE GREAT POPULAR RESORT.
TILE PROPRIETOR OE THE SOUTHERN EX?
CHANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
forma thc public that the
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Is still opou. TUC FINEST OYSTERS TO BE HAD he
offers by thc barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on the
boU shell at tho counter, or stowed, roasted, fried., or in
any other way desired.
No. 1 SEO ARS.
THOMAS FLINN, Proprietor.
BREWIS & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OFFICE No. 98 BROAD STREET.
Extensive Sate of Damaged Dry Goods, to be emo ?
tiv ued from day lo day unlit sold,'-':'' <<* ..
BY JOHN G. MTLNOR Si CO.' . "*-'
THIA DAT, tho 4th inst, at 10 o'clock, wfll bo*Bola,"?t"~
oar auction salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
The STOCK OF J.E. READ k CO., Bared from the late
fire, - . .-.
CONSISTING OF: . ."
ENGLISH AND FRENCH MERTNOES, Modln Dc-"
lamen, Black and Colored Alpa/as . .
Colored and Black Silks, Poplins, PrlntH, G mgnahW
Swiss and Jaconet Muslins, Check Cambrics, Noln
Books, Organdies ' ' " "c.
Flannels, Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Irish linens,
Diapers. ?''.'j" r.
Bleached Shirtings, Shawls, Hosiery/^GWea; Laces '
and Embroideries. / ; .' '?'?"??,',''f
, ? ' WITH .' ' ",' ?
A largo assortment bf FANCY GOODS, not enume?
rated. -- . "~ - :[* ' '
Conditions-Sams undor $200 cash ; over that amount .
CO rtayt:, approved endorsed notes. ' r February 4-\r
Gold Watches: :;
BY JOHN G. MJXNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 4lh inst, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold at our.
Auction Sales Room, No. 183 Meeting Btrcet ' .v"
THREE GOLD WATCHES, of superior make;1 M'1 ''
Conditions cash. February 4
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY &C?,
No. 339 King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. . February 4_- -.
Five Lois and Houses in triers' Court, Ward
No., 8. -
BY li S. K. BENNETT. .
TO-MORROW, i he 6th instant,, at ll o'clock, near the ,-':
old Exchange, at the corner' bf Brood and East Bay -,
streets, I will sen ' ..* . t-.
Th oso five LOTS, with omforiable houses maeon/Io
ca ted in Weirs* Court, in Ward No. 6, fronting on Lucas .
street Lots measure - feet front by - feet in depth.
Tho houses are all in good repair and bringing good
rents. Two contain four rooms each, and three contain - ;
threeroorna each. .,,\,.?r-"-'""
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one and two -
years, secured by a bond and- mortgage of the property; ;
with interest payable somi-annuaBy. Buildings to be
kept insured and pohcy assigned. Purchasers to pay'tor; y
all necesaarypapers. .. - February*-^
Desirable Residence on the southwest ' corner of .
Rutledge, and Montague streets. -T;". -*
BYT. A.WHITII1EY. ,-.:."...
TO-MORROW, 5th February; w?l be offered for Bale ort'
tho north side of the Custom House,' at ll o'clock, "7 '
AU that LOT OF LAND, with'the two-story and* half
BRICK DWELLING, with the outbuildings thorson. '
known by tho Na 21 on Ruiledgo street :,.,. o .
The House contains four large ftquare rooms, large pan- .
try, with dressing room ab'/Ve, with three : finished attic -.
rooms, double piazza, large eis torn, built in 1862, of beet '
materials, and finely finished, with heavy cornices'and
centre pieces on lower floor. Gas throughout the house.
Tho Kitchen, bf wood, slated roof, contains four aquaro '
rooms, lath ed and plastered. On the premises is a stable '
and carriage house, with two rooms above -fitted up for "?
servants'apartments. The Lot measures on Bniiedgo ^?
street 35 leet, and on Montague atroet 130 feet'. ?^.'??I'J- X
Tho premises are in first rate orders and immediate .;,
possession will be given. Tho above practises ^can be .:
treated for at private salo, and can be inspected onappbV,..
cation to me. , . ? :r-,,y- ':X'-..-,?-* .. '"A-T
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one, two and".
three years, secured by bond and mortgage, with interest
payable semi-annually at 7 per cent ;1 buildings to -be in- "
aured and policy assigned. Purchaser to'pay ino for pa
pera._aa.30, Fb 1,2,1,6 . ?- .:-Febni?ry>4--' .?.''
A Valuable Sea Island Colton'Plantation on John's
Island at Auction. "MV "',
BY SMITH ?S? .MCGILLIVRAY, .. "~
Beal Estate Brokers, No. 27 Broad Street.,
WiU bo sold at Public Outcry, at tho north steps of .tho'
Old Custom House, TO-MORROW, the 5th day ot Feb- '
ruary, at ll o'clock A. M.
All tliat valuable PLANTATION known os "Acorn -
Hill," on tho Edenvale- Road," near Bugbee Bridge, con
taming six hundred (6QC) acres, more or lesa, ot first
class Cotton Lands, three hundred and fifty (350) acres ot
which aro cl sored. ' Bounded north by lands of Mrs. .
Angeli, on tho south by Ianda of-Whaley, on 'the'.v
cast by the lands of Roper; and weet by the Edenvale ."
Road. '... ..' .V*;" "- ' '?
' On tho place is a good Dwelling.-;i '" ' . "~ "? '-, .". '-'A<
These lands, aro well timbered; and afford a splendid ; *
rango for stock. Titles indisputable;. . 'A y. ~ ^c.
Terms-One-quarter :casb; balance:in one,: two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage . _ : ...: s. ?1
February 4 . ' ' , ; ,-f-<K-<h:.-~v.. nt*w4;3 .
A two-and-a-luuf story Wooden- Building. :v??f?
K?chen, known as-N?.36-Kingstreet; on the east ?
side, between Weem's Court ana Price'si. Altey, :at\ ..
Auction. ?,;~ ,.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY, '. ' '
Auctioneers. No. 27 Broad street.
WiU be sold TO-MORROW, the 6tb of February, at ll' -
. ' "o'clock, on tho north of the old Custom House -
February 4 . > ii :~'J\ :
Valuable and well known Balcary ' Stand-?h>:J.L.
ecutors Sale-Estate of Hie late JoUnF. W??ST - 7.
chen, of Two Lots and a-Brick House, noto oec??', r
pied qgsa Bakerg, No. .115 "C7iurcA"^^ Vai -, ?
Auction.- '. ..'.!".'!>; .* '!-' ., -
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY, ? '
Rcul Estate Agents, So. 2T Broad Street?
Will positively be sold on tho nor??witepa of the Old Ces-"
tom House, at ll o'clock, TO-MORBOW, tho Gth of
February, , ; m ta?l
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS mere- A
on, situate on the weet side of . Church, street 34Icet: -.
front and 130 feot deep, more or less, with Brick Build
ing known as 115 Church street Together .with that Lot :
of Land adjoining the above on tho South,., measuring;~
front on Church street 37 feet ?inchi.?, and on the rear
'IQ loot 6 Inches, more or less; and in- depth 139 feet 8
inches ontko northern line, 125 feet 9 inches on tho *
PO ut-i ern Uno, mora or less. -Bounded oh the south by
St PhUip'a Church Yard. . ' .
Thia solo presents a fine chance for a profitable invest?
ment It is the oldest Bakery stand in the city.
Tetras.-One-quarter cash; balance in ono, two, three
and four years, secured by a mortgage of the property. -
Purchoaor to pay Solicitor pf Estate for papers and ex- . v
penses ol'papers. 'T"*"*"--? - ' r; ' ?
February4 ' - ,. -" * . *
Estate Sale^-Three SmaU Houses and Lots at-Auc*'*''
lion. .. , ?-. .
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street. .
Will positively bc sold, at ll o'clock, TO-MORROW, ina..; '
6th day of February next, on the north iona of thc
Exchange, ?' J' ?' .
The following LO'fl? OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, belonging to the estate of James F. -Hutt, de?
No. 12 PITT STREET, east side, near Benarkin street
Lot 40 feet front by 103 feet in doplh, moro or lesa, to?
gether with a i eat two-story Dwelling thereon, with c
kitchen and outbuildings. This property ii pleasantly
located in a respectable neighborhood. '.':' - .
. No. 6. DUNCAN STREET, south side, near Conting
street Lot measuring 21 feet front by 135 feet in depth.".'
more or loss, together with the - two-story Dwelling -and ' ' z
kitchen attached, and a small building in tho rear-aU of
No. 7 DUNCAN STREET, next tho above. Lot meas- s
uren 21 feet ? inches front by 135 feel; deep, more or less,
together with thc two-story Dwelling and kitchen at?
tached thereon-all of wood.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two yeats,
secured by mortgage of property. Parchaeor to pay UP
for papers and stamp-1. stuthS mro2 - February 4
A large Lot on (lie cast side of Meeting, above Mary:, ri
street, running through lo Nassau, street, with ?
Small Tenement lltereon, al Auction.. ?? . -
BY SMITH Si MeGXLLJVHAY,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 27Broad street.- ,, f
Will be sold TO-MORROW, the 5th of February, at ll..
. o'clock, on the north steps of the Old Custom House,'
nt public outcry, 'tj
All that valuable LOT OF LAND, butting and bound
tog north on lands of Louisa McVicar and William Grant '
south on lands of Edward C. Hockley, cast on Nassau- *
street and weat on MeoUng-streot measuring 60 .. feet
front by 190 feet deep, moro or lesa, together with Wood- '
en Building thereon.
Terns-One-third cash; balance in one, two and torea .
years, secured by a mortgage. Purchaser to pay na tot . ,
papers and stamps. stuthsi mtu2 February 4
House and Lot in Cannon's Court al Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Will be Bold TO-MORROW, the 5th in.-it, at ll o'clock, on
the north of the Exchange, .
That LOT OF LAND on tho south side of Hargravo'a . r
Tavern, measuring 34 feet 2 inches front-on Cannon's r.
Court, by 110 feet deep, more or less, together with tbs. ~
Torms-$760 cash; balance in ono year. Purchaser to
pay us for papers._ *_February 4 . , -
Sale of Wagons, Safes, Harness, Office Furniture, IL:
dre, lately the properly of Hie National Express*,
and'Transportation Company. ; ...i
BY ALONZO J. WHITE Si SON, .
Brokers, Auctioneers Si Real Estate Agents..
Will bc sold without reserve, TOMORROW, the 6th \,.
February, at ll o'clock, at No. 157 Meeting street op- .
posits tho Charleston Hotel, lately occupied hythe- '
National Express and Transportation Company, the .?
following articles recently belonging to said Express -
Company, consisting in part ot : .vi--.'
Fivo (5) covered EXPRESS WAGONS, Utile used .
Two (2) large Safes
Eight (*) Messenger Safoa . ..
Ono (1) large Copying Pres? and Stand
Sets Harness, double and single
Tables, Desks, Arm Chairs ,, ,
Hand Trucks, Express Trunks
Ono Stove and Piping
Two Platform Scales, and sundry other articles.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed on day of
sale._February 4 .
BY R. M. MARSHALL Si BROTHER.
On THURSDAY, 7th intit, at ll o'clock, W?1 bo sold at
AU that LOT OF LAND on Alexander stioet known
as the Dowees* Lot, and next east of land of Marshall.
Said Lot measures 5C feet front by 160 feet, more or lesa.
Conditions-One-fifth cash; balance by bond, payable
in one, two, three and four years, with interest semi-an?
nually, secured by mortgage of prcmiaes. 'Purchaser to
pay us for papers. February 4
For Sale or for Lease-That Extensive and Valu?
able Heal Estate, containing about one and one
half acres of Land, well known as the CJiaries
lon Gan LUjht Company Works. Church street.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE Si SON,
Brokera, Auctioneers and Real Estate Ag'ts.
WILL BE LEASED, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, OR
will be sold, that extensivo and valuable property, weU
known as lae CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY'S
LOT, Church street, containing about one and one-half
acres of ground, and has upon it two extensivo brick
buildings, roofed with iron rafters and covered with
slate, having attached to each massive stacks of chimneys
of considerable height; also several large storehouses, a
very largo cistern, a gasometer well, capable of contain?
ing upwards oi'800,000 gallons of water, and is fully sup?
plied by springs. Tlds property, aa a whole, is admira?
bly adapted for extensive mechanical or manufacturing
purposes, or may be subdivided and used for separate en?
terprises, UH is clearly suggested by examining a deecrip
tivo plat of said property, which can bo aeon, and further
particulars obtained, by applying at our offico,
February 4 1 No 5ti EAST BAY STREET.
BY R. M. MARSHALL Si BRO.
At Private Sale
417 ACRES WELL WOODED TURPENTINE LAND,
in tho Parish of St James' Goose Creek. Plat can be
seen al our office. Terms-One-halt cash; balance by
bond and mortgage in one year. Put chaser topsy us
for papers. mtuth3 February 4
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
LOTS in Alexander and Charlotte streets TO LEASE
for a term of years.
Apply as above, at No. 33 BROAD STREET.
. Plantation in Pike County, Georgia.
BY LOUIS D. DtSAtrsSURE.
At Private Sale
A PLANTATION on Macon and Western Railroad,
three miles from Milner station, about forty-five from
Macon, and about tho same to Atlanta, containing 12?D
acres of loud-000 cleared Cotton and Provisions, and
balance in woods.
On the placo are a large Dwelling nearly finished, forty
negro houses, good barn, corn house, stable, and good
and largo orchard. A smaU stream nuis through the
tract. This place is healthy as a residence aU the year.
For particular?, apply as above, at
January 30 wtm6 No. 23 BROAD STREET.
Furniture, ]forses, Vehicles. <5tc, at Auction.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street, southside, near State
Sales of FURNITURE, tc, at private residences ' U '
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEHICLE?
FURNITURE, kc, at bah-past 10 o'clock, at our office,