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SATURDAY MORNING?, FEBRUARY 16,1
ST. LUXE'S CHUBOH.-There will bo so sorv
tais church to-morrow, as the building is
LAID OVER.-The steam packet Kate, Caf
7. LOCKWOOD, of tbe Florida route, having
l.opt back on this trip by fog and other cs
v ill remain over here until Wednesday next,
the will leave for Palatka rna Jacksonville, Fe
dina, Savannah and other points as usual.
COUBT OF CHANCEBY-Chancellor LESE NE
siding.-This Co ort met at ll A. M. A vari*
motions and general busiuess was heard, an<
case of RIGGS CS. BOAKNIGHT, foreclosure
mortgage, was resumed and argued until the
- LABOE CABGOES.-The steamship Carrol, I
HUBGIKS, cleared and sailed for New York ye
day with an unusually large cargo, consisting
tierces rice, 129 bags Sea Island Cotton, and
bales Upland. The steamship Sea GuU, l
DUTTON, also sailed for Baltimore, with a
cargo. Bo*h ships were dispatched by Me
COURTENEY & TRENHOLH.
NATIONAL BAKE OF SOUTH CABOLINA.-Th9
scriptions to the capital stock of this Bank, a
closing of the books yesterday, amounted to
?40,000, leaving but a small amount to mel
the quota of the Charleston subscription of
OOO. This is the last day appointed for kee
the books open. Subscriptions will be rec?
until S P. M. this day, at the usual place, 1
A NEW THING FOB FIREMEN.-Among the h
inventions, says a Northern exchange, is a "Ps
Spreading Nozzb," which proposes to sup]
want long felt amongst firemen. By an arra:
nient placed near the base of the branch pipe,
pipeman can regulate the direction of the str
ot' water, and throw it in a solid round Btream
ward, or spread it to each side, taking in a w
of about 50 feet.
GRAND CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC-We in
the attention of our readers to the advertisem
in our edition to-day, of a Concert of Sacred
sk, which will take place at the Citadel Sen
^ Baptist Church on Wednesday evening next,
at which some of the first musicians of our c
both ladies and gentlemen, w?l assist. Ai it is
the purpose of benefit tin g this church, and as
public will have an opportunity of hearing
finest talent which characterizes the choirs of
city, we predict a crowded audience.
MASONIC.-The spirit of fraternity belonging
the Masonic Brotherhood, was never more f
evinced than by the recent action of the Mai
chu setts Lodges to those in our State who 1
suffered by the war. The gentlemen who are d
gates from that State are now in this city, and
their deeds hart rendered them all worthy c
Masonic reception, the Lodges of th's city h
invited them to meet around the festive boa
and interchange those sentiments that are
affected by any political opinions.
A banquet will be, given to these gentlemen
the Mills House this evening, end from the Imo
character of the host, and the good feeling exj
ing between the fraternity, we aro assured thai
will be a reunion that will cause pleasant reme
brances in other days. Members desirous of
tending will make application to Mr. R. S. Bau;
No. 25 Broad street.
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.-The great match gai
of 1000 pointa advertised in the papers, came
yeateiday evaiing st the Phelan Billiard Boon
>> A large audience had gathered to see the perfor
ance, and the table occupied by the two play?
was soon the centre of attraction, all others bei
deserted. The players, Mr. EDWARD B. ffumr
and Mr. J. WALTER MONTGOMERY, were aime
equally matched, and proved worthy antagonia
Mr. H. led and kopt his position for some tin
but his opponent gradually improved and final
passed Mfa; this advantage was kept until tl
close of the game, when Mr. MONTQOMRBI was d
dared the winner by 324 points. The tharne pla
ed was one known among the scientific as tl
"Nursing" game, the chief of which difficulty co
gist in keeping the balls near together. A numb
of fine runs were made by both parties, rangii
from 10 to over 100, the largest being cleared 1
Mr. HAMILTON, who scored 190 points. The gan
occupied one and a half hours, and the inters
was unabated until the close.
A Nsw PUMP.-A large crowd gathered on Brot
street yesterday morning, in front of Mesai
ADAMS & DAMON, and evinced a lively interest
watching the movements of two men, who we
engaged in forcibly driving a leaden pipe into tl
earth. ; Questions innumerable were asked, ax
various surmises formed; but it was not until ti
pipe had been hammered down some fifteen fee
and a pump screwed upon that portion remainic
above the surface, that the mystery was cleare<
It was still considered a foolish undertaking, i
the pump-would be tar more ornamental than us<
fal; but the workmen, confident in the abilities <
their niaohine, heeded no: the sneerorg, and soo
caused them to change their opinions, for the sui
lion generated by tho pump proved sufficient nt
only to raise the sand that clogged the pipe, bi
ultimately to bring up water. Messrs. ADAMS I
DAMON have gained a reputation by this mo vom e r
that will secure a ready sale for their pumps, a
they have publicly demonstrated that well diggin
has exploded, and every man can be his own pumj
maker. The fiat and spongy nature of our so
offers but little r?sistance to the entrance of til
pipe, and a-few days' vigorous exercise upon th
pump soon furnishes tho owner with a plentift
supply of pure water.
MAYOR'S COURT, February 15.-Henry Thomas,
colored boy who professes to be what he calls "
sporting character," and to carry out fully the pc
siiion he has assumed in the community, picke
the pocket of one Robert Swinton, an aged darke}
of its entire contents, was sent to a magistrate t
be taught that he ia not to ge into any man'
pocket, unless it's "to let."
Will Jenkins, a black speculator, who came aoros
a load of unod, which ho would carry off as if it wa
his own, was referred to an officer of the law, wh
will stick him where he will pine away as much a
John Thomas, a small colored boy, who ha?
found a cow in a yard, and was driving the anima
to a butcher's pen, BO as to find out who she be
longed to, was discharged with a warning, as th?
owner came across his property before John hat
an opportunity of committing any actual offene?
for which he could be punished.
BLACKWOODS MAGAZINE for January, 1867, hac
out just reached us. The publishers are not at
prompt in their issues of these reprints as coule
be desired. Were the articles merely of a li teran
character, a few weeks sooner or later would make
but little difference. But as essays and specula?
tions on the great political questions of the day
(in both hemispheres) are an important feature
of these English Reviews and Magazines, it is very
desirable to have them before the march of events
has rendered such sp?culations valueless.
' The January number of Blackwood is interest?
ing. '-Nina Balatka" is finished, and we are sure
the readers of Maga will be glad thereat, for a
stupider story it has never been our misfortune to
meet with. The other articles are as follows: 1.
Our Naval Defences; Where are we ? 3. Sir WIL?
LIAM PAREES, the Admiral of the Fleet. 4. CON
XNGTON'S Translation of the iEneid. 5. CORN?LIUS
ODOWD. 6. The Campaign in Western Germany.
7. Women and Children in America. 8. The
Brownlows-Part I. 9. Who aro the Reformers,
- and What do They Want ?
Mr. JOHN E U SHELL is the agent.
SOUTHERN MANUFACTURE.-While we were mak?
ing our daily peregrinations "about - town," in
search of that necessary t hing to our existence
an item-we dropped in to the store of our worthy
friend, JOSEPH WALKER, on the corner of Meeting
and Market streets, and feasted our eyes upon
what are, we think, the finest pieces of manufac?
ture which this or any other Southern city, has
ever produced in the Blank Book line, and we
question very much if tany Northern city has ever
exceeded them. They were two "Personal
Ledgers," for the People's National Bank of this
city. They are each thirteen quires in thickness,
made of extra superfino super-royal paper, full
bound in Russia leather, and finished in the most
beautiful manner, with gold leaf, laid on by rolls
?ut in the most elaborate patterns. The lettering
in gold on the back was beautifully executed, and
altogether the books are handsome-beyond com?
parison. Our readers should make it a point to
examine these splendid books, and we aro sure
that they will never send an order for blank
books, or, indeed, any other kind of binding or
.printing, so long as WALKER continues to turn out
?iich magnificent work.
NEGRO LITERATURE.-When we were a school
boy, arid were made to road speeches delivered by
Indian Chiefs, whose elegant diction and force cf
language- would causo a thrill to overcome us, we
were as firmly impressed that they were as "true
aa holy writ," and that they were translations
made by intelligent men who were on the spot, and
whose knowledge of their tongue enabled them to
give to the world the simple words of tho savage,
that,"like beauty unadorned, is adorned the most ;"
but aa we grow older, and consequently wiser, we
found that we had boen tho subject of a delusion,
and that these beautiful efforts of tho Aborigines
had no firmer found a li on tba a in the minds of
Northern book-makers-those whose anxiety for
the morals of the mon made them send out works
of instruct ion for the youth of the South. But now
the poor Indian is forgotten, his faith and bravery
are thrown aside, and the negro, with his intelli?
gence, truth and ability, adorn the pages of their
books, and render attractive the columns of their
In this connection we publish the following ex?
tract from a Northern exchange, merely saying
that we who know accurately the negro mind,
know fiat there is not a word of truth in the asser?
tion that the lines, aa poor SB they are, are the
production of a colored soldier, but are the effort
of some ancient inventor of Indian orations, who
has found it now a losing business, and has conse?
quently resorted to African poetry.
"An army officer, writing from the Carolinas
during the bust year of the wai', describes tho
characteristics of the negroes belonging to bis
corps. He happened frequently to overhear their
devotions, both solitary and social ; and gives the
following lines, in effect, tb.3 prayer-or, at least, a
part of the devotions of one of them. It seems to
me that, rightly read, there will be found in them
much melody and pathos. They have never been
in print, and I do not think it quite time to drop
from our remembrance thc better traits of our
countrymen of the unfortunate complexions.
Wid one hand holdln' de shinin' musket,
In de odd ar I carry de Book;
Bat if I die fishtin' at de fiamin' muzzle,
I may know dat I nab de Lord.
Ben so let me lib dat I know bow to meet Him,
If I die on land or sea,
Bat I know bow to meet de blessed ."esus
Dat he may welcome me.
I lef ' my wife in de land o' bondage
Every ni te de little ones cry,
And say to der mammy, 'Where is my fader,
Why has he gone away ?'
But, if I die, when de bright monah' riBes,
An' I stand on de heabenly plain.
One foot on de laud an' one on de water,
I shall see dem all again.
ATTEMPTED ESCAPE.-Tho jaiKbirds are evident?
ly uneasy, and the frantic efforts they make to re?
lease themselves prove that they do not appreciate
the attentions paid them. Escapes have been BO
frequent lately that extra care and vigilance has
been observed; but this has been met with equal
cunning on the part of the prisoners, and notwith?
standing every precaution, attempted escapes are
Mr. KENNEDY, the Jailor, received a notification
from a prisoner on Friday that led to an investiga?
tion, and it was found that every preparation had
been made to effect the liberation of all in the
tower, and to make a general jail delivery. John
Jenkins, who was the "big villain" of the occa?
sion, was convicted of burglary in last July, and
has recently been confined in the tower. Through
the aid of some outside accomplices, he received a
small table knife, which came concealed in a loaf j
of bread, and with this simple instrument he suc?
ceeded in cutting through a heavy iron bar, the
bolt of the hinge, and the outside staple.
The work was done in a masterly manner, and,
strange to say, was performed in the day time,
He had studied his part well, and being able to
hear .the slightest footfall, would look himself in
and avoid suspicion. The outside staple was
nearly ont throngh, leaving only sufficient uncut to
retain it in its position, but the bolt and bar were
completely severed. The latter was to have been
employed in wrenching off the bolts and locks to
the different doors. Every precaution was used
by the conspirators to keep their project quiet, but,
as is usually the case, one was found who inform?
ed on them, and it waa discovered in time to be
< Jenkins is an accomplished villain, and should
have been treated to a dance on nothing if he had
received his proper deserts. His time would have
been up in a few weeks, and he will find that tak?
ing it by the forelock will not hasten his depar?
ture. By profession a meoh&nic, he was thorough?
ly conversant with the use of tools, and managed
to turn even the poor substitute he possessed to a
good account. His plans were well laid, and but
for the timely intimation received tho jail would
have been vacated by all save the turnkeys this
MISTAKEN CLEMENCY.-Our Chief Magistrate re?
cently granted a petition, which was numerously
signed by the freedmen, praying the release of j
certain colored malefactors confined in jail. The
Governor acquiesced in the wish of the petitioners
without reflecting upon the result whioh was al?
most inevitable. Before accepting their freedom
ti e prisoners were required to leave the city and
seek employment on the neighboring islands, bu
of the thirty-five or forty who were released it
would be safe to say not more than ten fulfilled
These vagabonds, the veriest soum of the earth,
have been tamed loose on an unoffending commu?
nity, who will be preyed upon until the ecoundrels
are again caged. Their release was no sooner ef?
fected than, disregarding all obligations, they hied
to their old haunts and were soon re-engaged in
the laudable employments that brought them
into limbo. One notorious villain, a freedman
named Jack Mason, and an importation from the
Hub of the Pilgrims, celebrated his transit into
free air in many taking ways.
He first spied a valise in King street, and being
in want of the article shouldered it; a bolt of cloth
next attracted his attention; this was also levied
upon, and he bolted, but the pursuit was so close
that he dropped his plunder and fled. Later in
the day, while strolling through State street, a ham
brought his parentage lo his mind so forcibly that
it was instantly confiscated. This was his last feat,
for he was immediately ca i lured, and will soon be
restored to his old quarters.
This is only a solitary case, and deserves atten
tention but from the fact that the theft was com?
mitted immediately upon regaining his freedom.
It was a good riddance of bad rubbish when these
rascals wero caged, and their release will redound
to no good, either lo the planters or themselves.
The well directed efforts of the police authorities
to detect crime have been rendered nugatory, and
a burden imposed upon our citizens that will cause
closed doors and tightly buttoned pockets to be
no useless precaution. No good will result from
this act of the Governor's, as the thieving pro?
pensities of the jail birds are uncontrollable, and it
would be most gratefully received if he would
order them to be recaged.
FOB CONSUMPTION AND ASTHMA, MARSDENS PEC?
TORAL BAUT is admitted by the profession to be
the only standard medicine that can be relied on.
For sale by ail druggists.
DO WIE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO., Agents.
SAVE Yous LABOR IN THE KITCHEN.-Any article
which will economise labor in the kitchen depart?
ment, is worthy of praise and profit. COLGATE'S
LAUNDRY SOAP is made of ingredients particularly
cleansing, and is put up in convenient packages
for laundry ase.
CATARRH.- Ike origin of Catarrh is in most
cases a neglected Cold, which can be relieved by
the use of Brown's Bronchial Troches" by sooth?
ing the irritated and inflamed membrane extend?
ing from the nose to the throat. For Coughs and
Throat Diseases the Troches are of grent service.
If yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to ordsr, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, No. 59 Broad street.
feb 7 lyr
Auction Sales This Day.
M. L. AIMAS, will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at No. 16
Vendue Hange, a splendid stock of English and French
cloth'. And ladles' dress goods.
LAUBE Y A ALEX AND EU will sell this day, before their
store. No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, 25 bags potatoes.
SMITH 4 McGrmvHAY w?l sell this dBy, in front ol
their office, No. 27 Broad street, at ll o'clock, a variety
of furniture and fancy articles.
FOB DTWAUDS of thirty years Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTH?
ING SYRUP has been used for children with never-felling
safety and success. It corrects acidity of the stomach,
relieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, cures dysentery
and diarrheas, whether arising from teething or other
causes. An old and well-tried remedy. Perfectly safe in
Thirty-five cents a bottle.
Be sure and call for "Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHTNO SY^
RUP," having the fae simite of "CUBTIS & PERKINS" OI
the outside wrapper. All others are base Imitations.
February 16 stutbS -DOWIE A MOISE, Agents.
To PLANTEHS.-H you wish Fertilizers, apply to J. S
ROBSON, No. 62 East Bay, who has always a Urge stock
and on the most favorable terms.
November 29 sn thatu2mos
"The perfumed jjght
Steals through the mist of alabaster lamps,
And every air ls heavy with the breath
Of orange flowers that bloom
I* tho midst of roses.' '
Such was the flowery land filled with healing airs and
life-preserving products, where Sr. DBAXZ discovered
th i-chief ingredients ofilia wonderful Tonio Medicine
PLANTATION BITTERS- thc enchanted tropical island of
St. Croix, The PLANTATION BITTEES, combining all the
medicinal and tonic virtuos of the healing and life-sus?
taining products of that favored clune, are, without
doubt, the World's Groat Remedy for Dyspepsia, Low
Spirits, and aU other Stomachic difficulties.
Februar)- ia tuthsS
TEETH like orient pearls, set in cushions of rose ;
A breath like tho perfume the toilet bestows ;
These are charms to win hearts when all other charms
But they can't be preserved without SOZODONT'S aid.
February 12 tus2
Try Til em.
Many persons have within this summer experienced
the benefits to be derived from the use of PANKKIX'B
HEPATIC BITTERS, We would recommend them to all
who stand in need of a tonic 4
For sale by all Drnggists. s October 6
The latest and most effectual remedy for the cure of
debility, loss 01 appetite, headache, torpor of the liver,
etc., ia PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by
all Druggists. th
TUE TIME TO ADVERTISE IN THE
The Daily South Carolinian at Columb'a, is now sent
to every Pos tc fflce hi th e State. Being the officiel paper
of the State, it will be lound at the present time espe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
themselves of a very large circulation.
THE GAS LIGHT
MR. JOSEPH POZNANSKI
BEGS TO INFORM THE GAS CONSUMERS OF
Charleston that all necessary arrangements having been
perfected, he ia now prepared to furnish the
GAS LIGHT MULTIPLIER
to Stores, Private Dwellings, Churches, ?#., in this city.
Mr. POZNANSEI refers all those interested in the
matter to bis Pamphlet, wherein will be found a foll
description of tho system proposed, and the results ob
! tamed by Sta application to several buildings in this
Office, No. -J BROAD STREET, LAW RANGE.
Factory, No. 447 KING STREET, al tho Gas Apparatus
Worta o? WM. F. PADDON.
Orders may be loft at either of these places.
Office hours from 10 to 2 o'clock.
February 1 Imo
THE INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become so common, that a genuine
article is the exception, it is of vital importance to those
requiring it for Family Use and Invalids, that it should j
be of undoubted parity and efficacy.
We are pleased to notice that the old and popular Wine
importers, BPNTNGER 6 CO., No. Iff Beaver street, New
York, are very opportune in calling the attention of fami?
lies to their
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that, "With a view to meeting the
popular demand for a reliable Brandy In its natural state,
free from alcoholic flavor and Impurities; sod-hilly appro
elating the fact that it is often recommended by the Medi?
cal Faculty as a sustaining stimulant, when all other re?
medies fail, we are now bottling and selling at reasona?
ble ratea a Brandy of our own importation from one of
the most responsible Houses in France, and known as
"BINTNGEB'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is Bold by all of the prominent
Druggists. s6mo Fecroary 2
HOW TO EFFECT A CERTAIN AND PERMANENT
Some occupations of Ufe predispose to Costiveness, es?
pecially those which allow but little exercise. Person.",
who contract this unfortunate habit of body, under ouch
circumstances, might possibly be relieved by changing
their sedentary employments for others of a more activa
kind; but this is by no means certain. Habitual consti?
pation in a very obstinate disorder. All the ordinary so
called remedies invariably aggravate it Nothing can be
more injurious than the continued use of strong
aperients. They at first Vritate, and finally almost para?
lyze the bowels-rendering them so torpid that enor?
mous doses of cathartic medicines have no effect upon
them. A mild aperient, combined with a gentle stimu?
lant, is the true remedy; and a combination in the hap?
piest proportion cf these ingredients, is found in HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. This famous
.'stomachic invigorates the whole intestinal canal, while
quietly removing from its convolutions all impediments
to a free passage through them. No mere purgative has
this double operation. No ordinary stimulant effects the
desired object Cases of Constipation abandoned as
hopeless by distinguished medical men have been cured
in a few weeks by the Bitters. To those who have tried
all the medicines of the dispensary in vain, we say try
this irresistible stimulant and aperient. There is no
sufficient reason why Constipation should le the conse?
quence of sedentary habits. H08TETTER'S BITTERS,
by supplying the vigor which would otherwise be de?
rived from exercise, will in aU cases enable the system to
perform its excretory functions regularly and health?
BOWIE & MOISE, Agents.
February ll 6
PORTABLE HAND POWEE
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS ?NRI
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY, CHEAPNESS AND RA?
PIDITY* OF WORK.
IT CAN BE WORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY Tu
THIRTY BALES, OF FIVE HUNDRED PO?ND8 EACH,
The Press can be worked either alongside or under the
Ginning Boom, an i thus be under cover and worked in
lill kinds of weather. It weighs two thousand pounds;
can be very readily brok?" apart and curried about the
On Exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
NO. 140 MEETING' STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December ll tuths3mo
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Paper,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
KO. 197 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS Ol
every description for its msnuiacture.
December IS 6aio
OFFICE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON)
RAILROAD CO., NO. 38 BROAD STREET, J
CHARLESTON, February 13, 1867. J
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE
TO OUT SDI THOUSAND CROSS-TD28, under the
following stipulations, viz : The timber to ce long-leaf j
yellow pine, white post oak or black cypress, nine feet j
long, eight Inches wide, six inches thick, and showing no
less chan five inches of heart on each face.
One-fourth of ?ich quantity to be not less than ten
inches wide, six inches of heart lace; the sides to be well
hewn and straight, the edges well scored off.
The Cross-ties to be delivered at any place on the side
of the Road, whore they will be inspected and approved
by the Engineer lu charge of the work. The cash will be
paid for them. Persons offering will please name the
number of ties they will contract for.
JOHN S. RYAN,
February 16 1 General Superintendent
OFFICE CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH R. R,, ]
No. 28 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 7, 1867. J
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE
until Wednesday, 30th inst, at 12 o'clock M., fa?
REBUILDING THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
RAILROAD from the head of the Road near Salkahatchie
This work will require abont :
4000 feet of Inverted W., or Double Trestling.
Saltkahatchie Bridge-60 feet Bpan, on pile piers.
Thirty-two miles of old Road Bed to be cleared, graded,
and Track relaid.
It ls proposed to let the above work as one contract
Proposals will also be received at the same time for re?
building the Road from Hardevflle to the Savannah
This work will require about :
11,000 feet of Inverted W, or Double Trestling.
. Three miles of old Road Bed to be cleared, graded, and
It is proposed to let the above work as another con?
Specifications, or any information requisite to a
thorough understanding of either of the above Contracts,
will be cheerfully given on application at this office.
JOHN 9. BYAN,
43T The Sarannah Daily Herald w?l please copy three
times, and send bill to Office of Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Company. swm8 February 9
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
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Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
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ta! and mathematical drawing; bat, after a thorough
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they are all that can be desired in a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
Professor of DJ wing, Ac.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPED:
43- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL O N. Y."
None genuine without the exact name c. the firm :
look to lt_Brno_December 13
INDELIBLE PENCIL CO.
MANUFACTURE AND SELL CLARK'S PATENT
INDELIBLE PENCIL !
For Marking Linen, &c.
rCS PENCIL IS SIMILAR TO THE ORDINARY
load pencil, and will make a clear black mark that
will rcmalrrofter years of wear and washing. It is a great
Improvement over Ink, as it will not dry up, and can be
used wi th much greater dispatch and economy, as there ls
no risk of blotting. No preparation being required except
tho dampening of the fabric to be marked, and no' trou?
blesome directions to be followed in its use, it will save
much Inconvenience to housekeepers, and all who have
occasion to mark their clothing.
Notices of the Press.
"Tho marking inks so commonly used for TPirH"g
linen and other nibrica'are inconvenient and troublesome,
each bottle being accompanied by a number of 'direc?
tions,' which considerably bother the brains of house?
keepers. The Indelible Pencil will prevent this, as all
the preparation necessary ls the dampening of the fabric
which ls to be marked thereupon."
"Lad! en will be pleased with the Indelible Pencil, a new
invention for marking clothes indelibly without risk of
blotting. It will abolish thc old plan of using a pen with
a bottle."-N. T. Evening Pott.
"We have seen samples of permanent marking with
thia pencil, which cannot be washed out"
"This ls the largest invention for a small one that we
have seen for a long time. It does away with the bother,
inconvenience and difficult mode of marking with Ink."
"CLARE'S PATENT LNDELEBLE PENCIL.-We have tried
this celebrated pencil, for marking Unen, kc, and found
it to be all that is claimed for it. No family should be
without it It is greatly superior to any Indelible Ink
that we have ever tried."-Cincinnati National Union.
"A desirable, convenient, and useful household arti?
cle."- Springfitld (Mass.) Republican.
One Pencil will Hark 1SOO Articles.
43? TRAVELLING AGENTS WANTED. Send 60 cts.
for a Pencil and Circular.
For sale by JULIUS FLAUM, No. 188 King street; also
by M. M. QUINN, Up Town News Depot
February 2 Imo
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FUTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
CCNDKfi TO. No. 116 KING STREBT,
August 31 Between Hroaa and Uoemi streets.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, curaos mam,
TT7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
W SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
v mm. j ^
Office No. 147 Meeting street,
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOB AND DELIVER FREIOHl
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 Augusta, Ga.
IS A RICH COMPOUND OF THE BEST
PERUVIAN AND BAKER'S ISLAND
COMBINING A LABOE PER CENTAGE OF PHOS?
PHORIC ACID AND BONE PHOSPHATE, made
soluble with sufficient Ammonia (Peruvian Guano), mak?
ing an excellent and profitable fertilizer, adapted to all
climates, soils and crops.
I append the fallowing letter ss to its vain e. Others of
similar tenor can be seen al my office.
J. N. ROBSON,
No. 62 East Bay.
SUMTER DISTBICT, January 7,1867.
GENTLEMEN: I tried SARDY'S SOLUBLE PHOSPHO
PERUVTAN GUANO on Cotton, using 140 pounds t J the
acre, and made 600 pounds Seed Cotton on 1 md that oth?
erwise would not make more than 2S01 o 3?0 pounds to
tbs acre. I manured land adjoining, and of the sime
quality, with 110 pounds Peruvian, and the yield was lot
better than from that manured with Sardy's Soluble
Phoepho-Peruvian Guano. I think it cheaper and more
profitable than the Peruvian.
Yours, very truly,
February 12_tuthsS_WM. R. DIXON.
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
rTuTE UNDERSIGNED TAXE PLEASURE IN AN
X NOUNCTNG to Plantera and Farmers that they are
prepared to furnish a superior article of SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LISLE, manufacturai expressly for them,
and which they can warrant to contain all the clemente
necessary to insure a rapid and mature growth of any
crop to which it may be applied.
Terms-Sixty dollars per ton cash, or sixty-five dollars
per ton-one quarter cash, and balance lt th December,
with approved factors' acceptance, with interest ot 7 per
cent, from date of. purchase.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agricultural Implement Warehouse and Seed Store,
No. 140 Meeting street
February 13 Imo_Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
FOR COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN
CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE CROPS, ka
CONTAINS SUFFICIENT STIMULATING AMMO?
NIACAL Animal Matter to produce rapid growth,
and to insure the complete appropriation by the plant of
the phosphates and other ingredients to the fertilizer
without exhausting the soil: does not burn the crops du?
ring drought like Peruvian Guano, or lose its strength
by the volatilization of the Am Tonia.
AH its constituents, excepting the Sulphuric Acid, i
being from Bones, Blood, Flesh, and other animal
sources, sud not from Minara! Phosphates or Mineral
Phosphattr Guanos, as to the case with most of the Sn- I
par-Phos : bates, ard to a condition to become quickly
soluble in the soil, and available as food for plants.
Warranted free from adulterations ana of uniform
For sale by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS, Na 153 East Bay.
:E. FRANK COE'S
BONE DUST MANURE.
WE BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF PLANT?
ERS to the above as a superior manure for either
Corn or . Cotton, the experience of last year proving lt
equal if not superior to Peruvian Guano.
The following ia the report of an analysis made from a
lot now in store:
raugpmu? or xoinr, aotubie..rr?.e.ao ?
Phosphate of lime, Insoluble.28.80
Sulphate of Lime and traces of Sulphate of
Ammonia, Potash, Soda and Magnesia,
with some free Sulphuric Add, about. 8.00
Hygrometio Water expelled at 212 degrees.... 23.00
Combined Water (a portion of this belongs to
the Phosphate of Lime, which was esti?
mated after its ignition; tho greater part of
balance ls doubtless associated with toe
Animal Matter) and Animal Matter. 30.00
Silica (Sand). 2.00
The Animal Matter, aa might be supposed in a fertilizer
BO largely derived from fish, ls less highly nitrogenlzed
than that to the Peruvian Guano. Still lt will afford, du*
ring toe process of decomposition, about three per cent,
of Ammonia. The Oil (which la remwLebly abundant)
though not generally reckoned among Manures, being
here associated with other less stable animal principles,
cannot fail of adding to toe value of the mixture, espe?
cially on light soils. The insoluble Phosphate being
thoroughly organized and, at the same time, minutely
divided, ls also well adapted to a gradual appropriation by
toe plant _
According to the present sample, COE'S SUPER
PHOSPHATE ls a judiciously and faithfully manufac?
tured Manure, and. will not disappoint those who will
give it a trial. Even if employed alone, I should expect
highly remunerative results.
(Signed) CHARLES UPHAM SHEPARD.
Price $65 per ton of 2000 pounds.
For sale by E. H. RODGERS A CO.,
Sola Agents for South Carolina.
Janutry 12 stuth2mo North Atlantic Wharf.
800 TONS DAILY EXPECTED.
AS THE AGENT FOR THE ABOVE MANURE, I
last year submitted to Professor Shepard, of toe
south Carolina Medical College, a sample for analysis,
and, with his endorsement, recommended it to my plant?
ing friends. I am now pleased to say that then' practical
experience fully confirms the Professor's opinion of its
value aa a manure.
Tho beet evidence that toe results of its use on cot?
ton last year were satisfactory lies to the fact that those
who then used it are this year buying lt again, and to in?
A cargo Of BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE ls now
in transit for this port, and, in conformity with my uni?
form mle, it will be sampled and analyzed by Professor
Shepard upon arrival. The manufacturers have, how?
ever, placed in my hands an analysis of toe cargo, made
by Professor Williams, cf Philadelphia, which shows the
standard of the MANURE to be fuBy up to that of last
The following is the report of Professor Williams, re?
ferred to above:
PHILADELPHIA, January 22, 1867.
Messrs. haugh ? Sons :
GENTLEMEN : I have analyzed toe sample of your Su?
per-Phosphate banded me some days since, and Ondit to
be composed as follows:
Moisture at 212 degrees Fahrenheit. 4.69 per cent
Combined Organic Matter.23.14 per cent
Yielding Ammonia.3.62 per cent
Bone Phosphate of Lime.42.83 per cent
Yielding Phosphoric Acid.19.62 per cent.
(Other ingredients not estimated.)
The per centago amount of Ammonia is very much
greater than that obtained from most Super-Phosphates
I have examined, and this, in connection with the readi?
ly soluble condition of th? Bone Phosphate when acted
upon by weak acids-for instauce, Carbonic Acid-will
account for the markedly lavorable results which have
been obtained from the application of your fertilizer.
CHARLES P. WILLIAMS,
Analytical and Consulting Chemist
J. N. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS,
No. 62 East Bay, Charleston.
January 81 thstu Imo
THE COMPOSrnON OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL WITH PERUVIAN. IT DIFFERS
ONLY IN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
WHILE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
nearly twioe the quantity of Phosphate of Lime,
16 per cent of which is immediately soluble. Its effects
on Cotton the past season have, lu many instances, ex?
celled Peruvian Guano. It has to no case proved less ac?
tive to toe early growth of the crop. When drought in?
tervenes the crop does not suffer from its use as is toe
case with Peruvian Guano. By reason or the presence In
it of so large a per cent of Phosphate of Lime its nae im?
proves the soil to an extent that cannot'be realized from
Every cargo of this Guano is subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, and is sold on a basis ef actual value.
The undersigned, Agent, ls prepared to furnish the tes?
timony of woll known South Carolina planters In evidence
of tho superior excellence of this Guano.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 4 turhs?u3nio NO. 62 EteT =>iY.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS, AT MARKET
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, $76 CASH; ?80 FIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance
Swan Island luano, $20 cash; $25 1st November, wit]
toter. Kt, approved city acceptance.
Baugh's Phosphate of Lime, $60 cash; $65 1st No vern
ber, with Interest, approved city acceptance,
Phoenix Guano, $55 cash.
Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warrant : d pure.
I offering the above manures to planters, I do so wit'
every confidence, not only having testimonials fror
planters who have used them toe past year, but to
further guarautee that evory cargo, as it arrives from to
factorv, ts analyzed by Prof. Shepard, of the Sout
Caranna Medical College, and the high reputation <
these manures fully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 tuthe?moa No. 62 East Bay.
A Variety of Furniture and Fancy Ar'Ades
BY SMITH di MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer?, No. 8T Brood Street.
IBIS DAT, at ll o'clock, In front of their Office, will be
A variety of FURNITURE and FANCY ARTICLES.
HORSES. MULES AND VEHICLES.
Potatoes, on account i
BY LAWREY &
THIS DAY, 16th instant, will be Bold before our Store, Ha
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of Shippers,
Twenty-five bags POTATOES, landing from brig-,
from Hew York to this pori February 16
Damaged Goods, on Account of the Underwriters
and AU Concerned.
BY JOHN G. MUiNOR it CO.
On MONDAY, IS th tue tant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, st
_our salesroom, No. 133 Mealing street,
SEVERAL INVOICES OF GOODS, damaged on board |
etea i er on the voyage from New York to thia port:
. 16 pieces SHEPHERD PLAID PRINTS, pieces Marl?
Canton Flannel, Riverside and Palester Jeans, Fancy
Nainsook, Jaconet and Swiss Satin Stripe Muslins
Wide Bobbinet for Pavilions, Fancy SUk Belts. Belt
Linen Cambric, Imitation Silk, Madras and Tukey
35 pieces Park St: - -n Mill Bro. Drilling.
1 bag FEATHERS. 1 Feather Bolster and 2 Pillows, 2
Trunks, 4 Copy Books for Letter Press, 6 Blank Receipt
Books-sold to pay charges.
Conditions cash on delivery. - Febroary 16
? New York Prize Association,
No. m BROADWAY, N. T.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE. FINE GOLD AND
ELEGANT J hi VJ ELBY,
AT,nix BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
TV name and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed tn sealed envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 26 cents, an envelope containing
snob ticket will be drawn without choice, and delivered*
at our office, or sent ny mau to any address. The pur?
chaser after seeing what article lt draws and its value
which may bo from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive tho article
named, or may oxchange it for any other article marked
on our circular at the sams value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No BLANKS.
Our patrons can depend on lair, honorable ^?*H??(T
Tho article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly sent as directed, by retain
mail, or express.
Letters from many persons acknowledging the receipt
of valuable gifts from ns, may be seen on file at om* of?
fice, among whom we are permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lam burtville, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. 8. Bennett, Ho. 262Cumberland street, Brook-,
lyn, sewing machine, $80 ; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
gold lever watch, value $200; Hon. H. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond phi, $175, J. 0. Sutherland, No.
100 Lexington avenue, piano, $360; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth street, N. Y" sewing machine, lt?; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, N. Y., melodeon, $160; Miss L. Collins,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring, $226; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Mass., Bowing machine, $86; EL Shaw,
No. 133 Nth street, H. Y., gold watch. ?160; Edw. Boyn?
ton, Nashville, Tenn., melodeon, $100; James Russell,
Montgomery, Ala,, gold hunting watch, $260; B. T.
Smith, Providence, R. L, silver lever watch, $60; Oscar
Purdy, Madison, H. J., music box, $16; Hon. R. 8. New?
ell, St Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $186; J. E. Sperry,
Litchfield, Conn., silver watch, $66; Wm. E. Peck, Har?
lem, His., muslo box, $76; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $126; Miss E. M. Bohenck, Detroit, Mich.,
.diamond ear rings, $226; Pierre Beaudln, St Charlea
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes, St Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $126. '
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO SE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
And not to be paid for until you know what yon have
drawn. . . 1
. .. ' EACH.
26 Rosewood Pianos, worth....$200 00to 600 00
30 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases.100 OU ta226 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 82 tunes. 15O0tol50 00
100 Sewing Machines. 60 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Tea Sets. 26 00 to 160 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.. 16 09 to 40 00
100 Silver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 8600
1,800 Sets Silver Tea and Tablespoons.. 16 00 to 4600
10? Gold Hunting Case Watches. 100 00 to 250 00
100 Diamond Rings, Chuter, fte. 60 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. SOOOtolOOOO
800 Ladlee' Gold Watches ............ ooooto 8600
1,000 Saver Watches. 25 00to 6000
3-000 Vest Chains.-.KT. 5 00 to 2600
?000 pairs Ear Binga (new styles).-iso to ? 00
2000 Necklaces.. 800?'700
2.500 Gold Pencils.... 3 00 to 800
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches.... 6 00 to 10 00
8,000 Lava and Florentine Brooohes... ~ 4 00 to 600
1,500 Masonic Pm?.40?to 900
" ?2L%)ld Tr^m rn 0?^Tf2P??S!^ TUMO*"*
2,600 E^Nss?reioevBButtonB..'. 2 60to 10 00
6,000 Plata Gold and Chased Bing...... 4 60 tb 10 00*
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Binga.. 2 60 to woo
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all sizes. 260to 700
10,000 Sits of Ladles'Jewelry....... 8 00 to 2000
MOO Watch Charms (each). 3 00 to 5 50
5,000 Gold Pens, SR. ex. Cases ft Pencils. 4 60 to '700
5,000 Genfs Breastand Scarf Pins../:.. 8 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies' new style Belt Buckles.... 4 00 to ,800"
2,000 Ch?telains and Guard Chains. 7 50 to 20 00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 15 00
5,000 Eets Ladles' Broochand Ear Drops 6 00 to 1200
-0,000 Gold Groases...?. 1 50 to 600
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets. 6 00to 2000
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelet?. 25 00 to 40 00
2,000 Ball Ear Drops, all colon. soo to 700
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops. SOO to 700
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 60 to 700
Ladys Sets, now styles, Cut Crystal,ill Jet, Hard Rub?
ber, ftc., ftc.
esr A chance to obtain any of the above articles for.
One Do Uar by purchasing a sealed envelope for 25 cents,
Entire satisfaction guaranteed to Ul.
JtsT 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 ?or Two Dollars, 83 for
Five Dollars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters should be addressed
J. H. RAY & CO.,
Ho. 699 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
December 28 . . sn amos
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to seme affection
of tho binga or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the complaint, until
diBcaae strikes ita shafts, causing ^expressible torture
of th? patient, and anxiety and distress to friends.' "Only
a cold I" "A slight sore throatt" ia the b e? liesa remar!:
of many when so affected. Yes ; "Only L cold," was the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed I should be the motto forever
tn the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Infinenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all suf?
fering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief is
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a life of misery-a dany, hourly struggle for ex*
laten co. A contest ta which there can be but one vtctor
Does lt not appal the strongest mind, to think of ?he
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? Whet ex?
cuse can be offered, when timely warning ls sounded m
your ears? When the danger ls pointed our, whynot
avoid lt? MABSOEN'S RECTO EAL Baue has been used
with success in nearly a million of cases, and is endorsed
by the Medical Faculty ss the moat rrompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific rosear.? has discovered, to
relieve and cure all cases of Co inhs, Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if the case is not beyond all hope.
Even when the sufferer ia i i the last stages, he win nod
relief by using this preparation. One bottle will con
vince the most incr?dulo ue, that the merits of this prepa?
ration are by no means exaggerated; ta fact, fall far abort
of the eulogies bestowed upon lt by thousands who have
been cured by its :imely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers are instructed ta every instance
to refund the money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, New
Price, 50 cents small bottle; $1 large size.
KING ft OASSHDEY,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN ft CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists.
BOWIE & MOISE, Agents.
December 4 3mo
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC.
F. F. CHAPEAU,
(J. & T. S. HEFFRON, SUPERINTENDENTS, J
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
AMD ntPOBTRK OF
AT MoKENSTE'S OLD STAND,
Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH
JUST RECEIVED FINE STEEL CHTFNEY BITS
Fine Steel Stirrups and Spurs
Fine Stained Bridle Mountings
Fine Kersey Horse Sheeting, ftc, ftc, ftc
J. C. NOLAND.
Survivor of A. McKensie ft Co.,
Ho. 119 Meeting street near Market
Please remember I am NOT at the old stand.
January 19 Imo
FOR THE SPRING TRADE OF SOUTH
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROM THE LOOM.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED D
bond about 3000 yards TWILLED MELTONS, fin
goods; also, various qualities or CONFEDERATE G REI
LOTH, all of which will be sold or bartered for wool.
HENRY TRENCH* RD, Exchange street
January 8 tuths2mo Charleston, S. C.
LOMBARD & CO.,
COMMISSION M BR?H A NTS
ASO ncpoBTxas ann DEAL rna rs
NO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARF,
Advances made on Consignments of Bice and Cotte
to our address.
References, by permission: To Mesara. .TAXES ADOS
ft Co., Messrs. BTESXT BBOTBZBI ft Co., Charleston, i
fimos* October 1
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
18 P?BLISHED?VHRY_ WEDNESDAY, AT SUI
TER, S. C., by GILBERT ft FLOWERS, Proprietor
at FOUR DOLLARS per annum, invariably ta advanc
Advertisements inserted at usual rates.
Every style ol Job Printing executed ta the neate
style and greatest dispatch. September 'A
Splendid ^?^f^f^T^r?n^ <MhM. '
THIS DAY, 16th ?urt., it 10 o'clock A/M,, and erar day
neit week, at No. 16 Yenduo Runge, a choice STOCK -
OF CLOTHS, in anita,
ouaamuro og ;
SCOTCH AND HUSH TWEEDS
Does?ne, Cassimeres, Mel ton?, and other style.
LADIES' DBE8S GOODS
Irish Poplins, Fancy Silks, and other etan's.
WITH X azmil ASSOKEHCHT OP
HOSIEBY, Sctrfk, Tics, Boot? and Shoes .: . ' *
Jewelry, Watcha Segara, ?c. , . FebCTiry 16-,
Assignee's Sale-Stock of a Country Store.
BY J. AW. KNOX,
No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavrilion
On MON DAV, 18th Listant, at 10 o'clock A. M., and?n
erch succeeding day until the whole Stock is disposed
ot, win be sold,
A GENERAL ABSOBTMEJT OT4.
Boots and Shoes ' *
?ats and Straw Goods
Hardware and Cutlery.
Conditions cash._February 16
For account of whom it mau concern-Goods ?
Damaged on board steamer from New York. -
BY J. & W. KNOX.
On MONDAY, 18th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., st their
Salesrooms, No. 138 Meeting street, opposite PariEcQ
Hotel, win be sold, ! .. ,
1 case KENTUCKY JEANS
1 case Mallory Prints ' "- .".
1 case Amoskeag Punts
90 gross Hooks and Eyes '
10 grose Buttons
200 pcs. Cap and Bennet Ribbons C-J
IO dozen .Suspenders " .
20 dozen Skirt Braid
. bun Tape Trimming. :'";"-??>?.<*-''
Coa??kcuauL . r. February ?5. .
;,? OOVKRNUfKNT. BALE. ? -' ?->*--- '
The following Ordnance Property win be sold at Public
Auction at the U. 8. Arsenal, Charleston, 8. C.. on
MONDAY, March 4th. 1867, commencing at 10 o'clock,
About 200 nett tons (CANNON) CAST IRON -
About 750 nett tons Shct SbsH; ?m.,,about one-bafc
Tamable soft metal attached)i.-< >.-J '?: >.'?*
About 100 toos Loaded Shells'- : -
About 16 tons Scrap Wrought Iron ;* V^ir; j -y.j?.
About 4% tons Scrap Br: ss, Confer,*? - '
687 Wooden Artillery Cerrlagea\Ttwa^- ? r *l-^#SgS?
ISO Wooden Chassis, Ironed '. . " - i-'- .' ..
760 Cavalry Saddles, 750 Bridles, 8600 Cartridge Boxeey
and a quantity of other better -"Wea*'i7'7* ^ \r~?.
I large Hand Fire Engine (buflt by Agnew, Ph?sdelpt?i?
Abont 1700 barrelsUnserrioeablePowder '-<.?--":.. '
A lar;e qtnmtity of other PBul'tUrr if, combating prin?
cipally of MUSKET APPENDAGES, Bags, Ropes, Imple- _ .
mcnts, Mlscellaneona Tools, ka-ka., ker ". "C?.'H . ..;
Terms cash, on the day of the sais, tn U.'S. Currency.
Ample time allowee" :br tiie remoral cf the Property;,
at thc expiration c." -'oich, that not removed wiD revert -
to the Government - - . . J
Bj authority of chief of Ordnance.- ./;>;, , ri-.;?;
. .' ^: t-T rg-Piatta- ?? -3 ~3 : ~' -
Cspt Ordn. and Brt Major U. a A. :? -v'
February 16 Bth3 -Qciftmkiah^^
UBI ORR DECREE .IN.. ?*i?riTX.'/:C";'V.. - '- '
Brc?1ct:va.Brooty air.? ?,%'?r
On TTJJKIDAY,-M?3rch 13th, aril o'clock, win be sold' at
- the old Custom House, vs^-t?^:otmitk? ^ ^
Muter, "* . ? -~>- .". .'v"J'-.;? ;t-:'ivi
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tba J?olWnp lhere-;f \?jri?*
on, situate cn the east side' of Anrndateatreet'Cf^wiyj.- -Z?
south of Market atreet'meeatn^;jttJt^Oa)c.A^^ - i '
street 48 feet, and In depth BIO ?ae^M^Iij?po^. L
lng east onlMtrtptyr.;m^
of John Bruce; north oar land t^wjafly^qf .JMltim^ig^ - . .
thews and Thomas Bennetiyaad weatoo^ArcadaJe street. .
above described; meaar^ on it. borth^^d^ar- .
ern linee,24 feet, and on the.aalern^and.'wseteaBs- -,C:
48 feet Bounding to the north on lands Ct Robert Au?
west on Lot nert shore deaer?ML^-.^.r . '.v: . y
ALL THAT OTHER LpT^iAirii^ 1 /
of Charleston-by the irombeni 181 and^frentogo?
Friend street, and measuring on seid street 38fcet6
inches, and In depth 73?et 3 lncbea.--.?oim?^J^;;vv.v- . -V.-^
ou b??d cf Ann S?ge?easOn ??? ' "
Wra?g; south on another partrof LotN^MMbrtnidtr ...:.;_
of Thomas Hutchinson,'ard west cu FnsBdJBreet.. : ;
Terms-Onettird cart^lriin^nmjr .wjWMk^
with interest payable seinl-Biimany, until the whole Jhbt
bo paid, secured by m..rtgige of toe prjmtew. Tt+
bin^dmgstoDeininTec^aa^ the pc^^iesigne?. Fmv
chaser to pey for paiera. ^???T^If?L "W^
FehrnaryJgv>: T- elwSt^-^^H^frgOT^ .
sold at the Custom House, under the, aira^ic^oi ?a? . ? ;
i^LLTHAT ^^?^^^^J^ML^^ '^j^^^S"
aOT^more or^i ; berated* ?ortl on ^f^.txa^fi?>
Ehrick, now of G?^^^'the?^aioafoSbgroT'
Usnis^nowof -r-.'. ,"'?,-i-'-.^v.-,:
. . .Ateo, s'??}i?fgi it^oj&ft.
ALL THOSE EIGHT IOTS OF LAND, tA&B?M?tk? .
above Farm on the smith, and n^tinfl on to00""^
known m Wilson's ph* of fte Und? of H^Tkcma?.
Lee by the hnmbers^l, "*r??S^:"
8, 9,10,13,13 and 14, measuring e^J^j^-ftOBt: by,-.
'/U feet doop; and No. 23 measuring 127 feet front, .0
met on the back ime. by 234 feet toej.^ :.>-:A^^:-:.Y~-^-'-.
Terms-One-fifth cash ; residue in one, two. BWViW
and five year?, with Internat ^^tf?&?g??g . : ..,
aerol-ennuauy, secured by bonds, of par^ha?<ftsna
mortgage of premises; bufldingB tobe insurodsMpoMey
assicned. - v, --'rfw.'.W. SHAYrc^.., ..
Febrnary 16 u elirstal, rucMaejertoiBqatty^c^
. UNDER DECREE INJEfttlTY." . --; :.-rV.-r^
On TUESDAY. 12th March next, ?til rfclook, wfNhe
EOTd at the Custom House, under the durcitiaa-. c*>Uie
AU that LOT O? LAND, with the TWO^aX3SY.WOQD-'
EN DWELLING and OUTBUIXDINGS ftareoa, | .lto?*r
on the north side of Wentworth ?trecW mm?Bring Si toet
7 inches front, by 116 feet daro, mm? or lee?; boradirf.
north and east by lands.of Bic-ard Yesdcrn, un?ti by
Wentworth street, and wes* by lends ^-%??'-tt2% '
AD that LOT OF LAND, wito the TW^STORY
AOODEN DWELLING ?nd BRICK ODTBUTLDINGS
THEREON, situate on the ea?t side of M??yck ?teeet,
nn?suring 25 fe?t front, by IIB feet deep, more ar lem;
bounded north and east by lands JBOU?^ ct^*?^
Wm. L. Kirkland, south on land? of Wright, ?nd wwt on
^^SmaAOas^hlra cash; reaidna a cne, TWP ac? three
years, socured by bond? of purchaser and martga*r? of
premises, with interest fi om day o? ?als payable, aecni- .
annually. Btnldings to ba lnsaredand jx^^sje^ned.
February 16 ?1 w3 tul_Master in Eojilty.'
A Lot, wWi Omfortabtopwe, *? Athley itis*;-1
in Ward No. &> ^ ? > ?
BY I. 8. BU BENNETT. >^
On TUESDAY next the l&th faut-, it ll o'clock, near Uw k
old Eichance, I will offer for sale at auction,
AH that LOT OF LAND, with broldimrs thereon, siSu
ate in Ashley s treet, west side, one dom- shore Spring
street, and known by the No. 83. The House fe a two
and a half story one, almost new, containing toot up?
right, two attic rooms, double plaara, dr^atag ro^n; toa
nantrv all facing south, lt ha? nice ouUraildtngs. Thc
Lot me?jm?s87 feet front by ?9 ny* ainch^to depft.
Persons are requested to eraratoethepreniise?. -
Conditions-Half cash; balance, with interest, payable
in one year, socured by a mortgage of the premises;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay me for papers. _- . JstaTsagy lKr ,-.
Over $20,000 xcorth of Furniture atAucJon.
BY R. M. MARSHALL ?fc BRO.,
Brokers and Auctioneers. v t .
On MONDAY, 36th February, commencing at 10 o'clock,
and to be con tinned every day until tte whole is di?- .
Tffl?FURNrTUREOF THE PLANTERS' HOTEL, ai
the corner of Church and Queen streets, Chirtofftnn, 8. -
C. Evrrvthing was new from the manunvrtorios about
four months ago, ani oonsUrfe in P?rtof: j >' ' - .
1. Harrison's European Bange, with Furniture and .
C a^ten^Ptano?s^bod Mahogany Barber Chala.
1 Herrings' Iron Safe, 1 splendid Beer Counter.
4 Hotel Settees, 6 doien Spittoons.
Wines, Liquors, Segars, and a great Tsariety too nume?
rous to mention. _' _. .
30 double sets and 60 single seta CHAMBER FURNI?
3000 vards Carpeting and Matting
150 pairs Eochdale White Wool Blankets . .
100 double and smglfl Hair Matbresses, ViBon , .
, A great quantity ot Towels, Sheet?, Napkins, Tabb?,
cloths, Pillow Cases, Counterpanes, Glassware and Crock
80 Camp Stools and Ranges never used
9 dozen Oak Dining-room Chairs
3 dozen Oak Office Ans Chair?
1 dozen ten-feet Chesnut Extension Table?.
Terms cash. Artides wm be Avered effl Monday ral
Tuesday, 6th and 7th March, and any articles not then
paid for will be re-sold on account ?nd risk of pttrcnaeere. ,
CataloiTcee are being prepared. .
OS- The Columbia Carolinian, Delly Pres?, Augusta.
andSavannah News and Herald wlE pteawgtre three in
?tions each, with local notice, and send bUltoR. M.
M_ 4 Bro. 2tnths8ml_Februarys .
MILLIGAN, MELCHEB8 & CO...
W?1 seU on FRIDAY, 22d inst, at Southern Wharf, at U
o'clock A, M.,
1 lot ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
Febrnary 13_wftnS ? i
SAXE OF ?SOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
Wul be sold at Public Auction, in front of Depot Quar?
termaster's Office, Southern Wharf, Ohagjeemo, & C.,
on MONDAY, February 18, at 10 o'clock A. M.,_
The following QUARTERMASTER'S PROPERTY, .
17 HORSES, 1 MULE, 6 OASTS
9 Wagons, 1 Ambulances, 1 Boiler
Sheet Lead, Oars, Mannie Rope, kc, kc .
Terms cash In Government funds.
Property purchased must be semoved the following
dav Tuesday, February 19th, 1867. B. O. TYLER,
Brt. Major-Gen. and Chief Q. M^D. 8.
February 8_' . ;
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY * Oe,
No. 339 King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Gooda, Jewelry, Boote ead
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery ancVSoape. February 8
LADIES, USE THIS AND NO OTHER,
And with your PASTRY yon wul hare no bother;
At every grocers you can get lt,
Try a box and you win nerr regret lt
This YEAST POWDER is used by aR flrst-cl?? Hotel?
and Restaurants through the country, and is finding Ita
way into every household where good Yeast Powder ls
appreciated. Samples free. Every box warranted to
eire satisfaction or money refunded. Maaitiactured by
TAYLOR 4 YOUNG, No. 188Fnmtetee?l,New York.
For sale by ORUBEK A BASTIN,
No. 23a King street
HENRY BISCHOFF 4 CO.,
HaW East Bay,
W. S. CORWIN A CO..
No. 259 King streit.
DOWTE & MOISE, Agenta.
C> S. JENKINS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF
TIMBER AND LUMBER,
OFFICE AT E. N. BRODIE'S,
West end ^J^^^n
January 23 tuths2mos Charleston, 8. C