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MONDAY MORNING, F?BKUARY 18,1867.
PERSONAL.-Mr. O. B. RICHARDSON, thc well
known publisher of Now York, is in tho city
?topping at the Mills .House fur a few days. : <
REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS.-Wo have rocoivod j
from F. G. de FONTAINE, Esq., Stato Printer, a
very handsomely printed copy of the "Beports and j
Resolutions of tho Genera' Assembly of South
Carolina, passed at tho Annual Session of 1866."
. COEN, OATS, HAT AND POTATOES.-We would di?
rect attention to the advertisement of JOHN BINNS,
No. 219 East Bay, who has just received a Tine lot
of those articles by tho latest arrivals, and who is
disposing of thora at tho lowest prices while land?
ATTENTION is called to the prospectus of the
Monroe (Ga.) Adoerliser, which appears in another
column. Mr. J. ORRIN LEA is the agent for the
Advertiser in this city. He may be found at
MACKEY & BAKER'S.
THE MERCHANTS OF CHARLESTON should by all
means secure the trade of that rich cotton grow?
ing section, Southwest Georgia, as Charleston is
the most convenient market for that section. An
important step is advertising. The Dawson Jour?
nal is published in tho heart of that section, and
in point of circulation is unequalled, as an adver?
tising medium for Southwest Georgia. Mr. ELAH
CHRISTIAN, the editor, is stopping for a day or two
at the Mills House.
PERSONAL.-Wo had the pleasure yesterday of a
visit from W. A. SITOBEV., Esq., editor and proprie?
tor of the Fernandina Courier-ono of the best of ?
our Florida exchanges. Mr. S. ?B in tho city on
business for his journal. Fernandina, we learn
from him, is growing very fast, and business there
is quite lively. He also tells us that the railroad i
from Savannah to that point will very shortly bo
completed. Mr. S. is stopping at the Mills House.
WE ABE indebted to Mr. VOGLER, of Market
street, for late numbers of the Bound Table, Frank
Leslie's Magazine, HeraV, Harper's Weekly, New
York Weekly and the Clipper, all of which Mr.
VOGLER has for sale; also the New York Stools
Zieiung and the Kriminal Zeitung.
NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA IN CHARLES?
TON_We take pleasure in announcing that the
?um of $50,000, required to De subscribed in this
city to secure tho establishment of the above bank,
ivas all taken np before the closing of the books
on Saturday last, and that measures will be taken
to put the bank into immediate operation.
AN NI VE BS ART OF THE BURNING OF COLUMBIA.- I
Yesterday was the anniversary of the burning of j
Columbia by order of Gen. SHERMAN. That beau?
tiful city was in one day deprived of its fairest
ornaments, and the streets converted into a
blackened and ruined waste. The conflagration
waa so extensive, and the rebuild so disastrous,
;that Columbia acqr->ed the soubriquet of the
.chimney city from the number of these monu?
ments of an invader's triumph that were left
-.standing. The Columbia Phamvz and the Caro?
linian both notice the return of this melancholy
occasion, the former paper being draped in
mourning, while the Carolinian has simply a
tablet, inscribed with the name of the hero of the
THE CITY RAILROAD.-Three new cars, intended 1
for this road, arrived on the last trip of the Souder,
and will be immediately put in use. The travel !
on this road has increased wonderfully, and the I ]
Rutledge street route, which at first was thought
would require but cne-horse cars, has agreeably
disappointed these expectations. Notwithstanding
the recent addition of another car, the travel still
increased, and the receipts were even larger than
wb?_u only four cars were employed. In order^o
accommodate the public, who haye shown such a
preference for this style of travel, the Company
have determined to make a change, and on Wed- j
neaday the larger cars will be put on the Rutledge
street line, and their places be supplied by those
formerly on that route. As the season advances,
the amount of travel done on this road will be
much larger, and it will be found that further ad?
ditions will be necessary to accommodate the pas?
sengers. By the proposed arrangement, the cars
will leave every ten minutes, and when the new I
turnouts aro completed, there will be nb danger" of
a collision, but they will pass each other with the
regularity of clockwork.
MAYOR'S COURT, February 18_A female with a
large head and a particularly small sun-down, who
gol tight and jumped into a carriage which the
driver could not get her out of without stopping
.at the Guard House and obtaining the assistance
of tho "force," was fined $2. .
M Another female from "la belle France," -who
.denied that she had been drinking anything, but
did not deny that she was* using language in the
street that was shocking to many of the neighbors,
though they didn't understand French, was made
to pay $3 for her proficiency in the different
A Bacchanalian veteran, who was up for the one j i
and twentieth time, and who. begged very hard ter
pardon, saying that he never drank until he en?
listed in the army, and it was that that was his
ruin, meaning thereby that he never got shot till
he went into the nell, and making great promises
of amendment, was fined only $2 as an experiment.
Two other men, who had gone to bed in the
street, so as to have a clear view of the moonlight,
were fined $5 each for tripping up several star?
l??e "Henry Thomas," a black boy, mentioned
in our report on Saturday last, we hope will not bo
mistaken f?T Henry G. Thomas, a young man of
light complexi'.?!*, and of most excellent character.
ST. MICHAEL'S G?TMES.-The ' safe arrival of the
Gladstone in the Ofling was announced some days
since, and the community ore now anxiously ex?
pecting the receipt of tho bells. The vessel, we
learn, is anchored off the wharves. The past
history of St. Michael's bells is well
known; they are old travellers, having crossed th?
Atlantic five times, and'it is proper that their re?
appearance among us should be received with a
Their second birth demands a christening, and
there are none more able to act the part of spon?
sors than our gallant firemen. It has been propos
. ed that the bells be met on the wharf and escorted
io the Church by the Fire Department, the date of
their reception be made a gala day, and that. the
citizens should unite in giving, the chimes a recep?
tion worthy of their past career and valuable ser
-vices. As the Vestry and the firemen are the par?
ties most interested in the restoration of. the
bells, they sbould-see that they are treated with be?
coming reverence, and the. ceremony of raising
them to tft?ir old resting place be performed with
becoming pomp and display.
The bells have been sent ont with all the appa?
ratus necessary for their adj cstment in the stee?
ple, the pieces are each marked, and there will be
no difficulty in arranging their proper positions.
Their glad notes will now soon be heard, and the
time is not far distant when the old clock will re?
cover its voice and again tell the world the time of
doy in its former musical'tone. v
DARDI? ROBBERY.-On Saturday night last a |
daring robbery was committed on.the premises of
one of our citizens residing in Society street.
* In consequence, of sickness the family retired
between the hours of nine and ten o'clock. The
thief or thieves deliberately .opened ; the front !
door, and'also the door leading to. the passage
.way, both of which were unlocked (os some mem?
bers of the family wero still oat), entered one of |
the rooms, took down pictures from tbe walls and
laid them on the carpets-opened and carried off a ?
buffet drawer, containing articles of silver ware,
knives, table linen an i glassware, and. safely and !
* quickly made their exit with their ill-gotten
plunder. ' One member of the family returning
nome soon afterwards, found the doors open,' and !
the gas having been lit, the robbery was dis?
The Detectives were immediately informed of !
the fact, and by their vigilance and activity suc?
ceeded in arresting one of the thioveB, with all of
the stolen articles wrapped in a table cloth, except
tho buffet drawer, which is still missing, and for
the recovery of which the owner will give a sui to- j
We reward if left at this office.
We again repeat our warning to housekeepers
never to loavo their'front doora open, as thieves
vre- over prone "to break through and steal.
FLORENCE, 8. C.-We were pleased to notice,
nonio days since, the m any improvements going
on at tmsplaoe, which is Uiejunctkmof ?usiNca
eastern Railroad, Wilmington and Manehdster^i_
Chera w and Darlington Railroads. Besides a- num?
ber ot fine stores recently erected and in course of
construction, a lariro and commodious passenger
depot is well ander way, capable of folding the.
trains of euch. road, whieh will be bf great advan?
tage to passengers In making ??' change of trains, ,
giving shelter frota the. cold, wintry rains,: aa 'weir
from the burning summer sun; and the travel
improvement-one that should long ere this
have boon attended to. A fine hotel, and a good
restaurant, vrill also be found to provide for tho in?
ner man;-a commodious storehouse, troll attend?
ed to, where the transportation of gocdA aro regu?
la; ly forwarded; carriage factory, wheelwright and
blacksmith shops, saw and grist mills, with several
well stocked ' dry- goods, grocery and drag storos^.
which will compare favorably with thoso in tho city.
The workshops of the Northeastern Railroad ure lo?
cated hero, whero engines aro rebuilt or repaired,
undor the direction of air. D. W. HAUTES, master ma?
chines t; and a number of now cars wo noticed
building at the carpenter sbcnB, undor t\ei super?
intendence of Mr. AXEX. COBBH- ? t.oat Presbyte?
rian Church, whore services are held each Sabbath,
and another contemplated for a Baptist congrega?
tion. There is also a fine school, kept by an esti
mable lady, formerly of- Charleston; and last,
though not least, a well conducted paper, tho
Florence Gazette, published every Saturday, by S.
A. BBQ wir, having a fine circulation in the sur?
rounding country. We are constrained to believe
that this now comparatively small placo, tho ener?
gy displayed by its inhabitants, with its superior
facilities, is destined to rival some of its older Bis?
ters, and become a manufacturing and general
HUBD?-GURDIES.-There " is, perhaps, no instru?
ment that is so universally execrated than tho
hand-or, an, and we notice their reappearance
among us with sorrow. The first intimation of
war acted Uko a simoon and bore the terrified
street performers with it to distant lands, and
daring the four years that we were debarred com?
munication with the outside world we were at least
spared the infliction of their villanouB music.
The cessation of hostilities was gladly hailed by
these itinerants, and they turned their steps south?
ward, hoping to come in for a share of the pick?
ings. Housekeepers, invalids and nervous old
gents held up their hands in holy horror at the
new invasion, but the juveniles of both races were
intensely delighted and claimed the music as one
of their special privileges. So far only the advance
guard of this army has reached our city and these
have come in light travelling condition, unaccom
p&ui?d ?VC? by ibv irr?preseibi? Jocko. Tho melo?
dious notes ore the same as in days of yore, and
the audience composed of the some little upturned
faces that these performances usually .attracted,
while the grinder has the same patient, foreign
look and grinds away with a melancholy apathy
that ia more influential in raising tho coppers than j
his spasmodic jingling. The organ grinder is an
institution that hs? always been inseparably con?
nected with a large city, and as such we hail his
advent with pleasure as a favorable sign of recon?
struction. They" are not at present sufficiently
numerous to attract much attention, and their pa?
thetic appeals are heard only by a favored few, but
it is feared that this immunity will not be of long
duration, and they will soon come down like tho
wolf on the fold and charm our greenbacks from us.
Tas PLANTEO.-There is perhaps no steamer in
our harbor that is associated more intimately with I
the " lost cause," than the Planter. Her escapade
under the command of the crew is still remember?
ed as one of the events of the siege, and her sub?
sequent employment by the blockading squadron,
made her capture more conspicuous. The piping I
times of peace brought a change in the career of |
the Planter, and she was mustered out of the ser?
vice. The past reputation of this -boat and unfor?
tunate notoriety during the war, rendered her an j
object of some interest, and her. former owner
Capt. FERGUSON, having a business fondness
Cor his old friend, purchased her from the Grovern- |
The Planter arrived at her wharf in this city on !
9aturday, after experiencing a long and disagreea?
ble ice-blockade at Baltimore. Capt. FEECJUSON'S
old pet has been thoroughly renovated, and is now
far superior to her former self in every respect.
Drawing but very little water and possessing ex?
tensive accommodations, she is admirably adapted !
for the river trade, and is the bunds of such a
noted Eiver Captain as her owner, she wl'l sweep
avery thing before her and control the entire River
On his arrival, Cayafo FERGUSON was treated to
a surprise collation by^Qe employees of the wharf I
ind office. A number ofgentlemen collected In
?he cabin of the Planter, and champagne corks
were popped in every direction. The sparkling
chancer of thepbeverage generated a pleasing in?
terchange of compliments, and wit and wino ruled [
The new route of the Planter has not yet been
letermineid upon; but she will, no- doubt, resume
tier trips on the Fee Dee and Sante? Eivers, and
lid m bringing their produce to thia market. Un?
der the manageSieht of _ Captain FEBOUSON, her I
rature career will be but a repetition of the past,
and' whatever course she takes the result will be
undoubted success. ": -V
MABSDES'S PECTOBAL BALM, ^or Catarrh and
influenza. ?>.? ~ .
. DOwTE & MOISE, Agenta.
?OOPBICH, "WISEMAN & CO., Agents.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
H you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
3ooks made to order, with any desired pattern of )
Tiling, go to Hmas HAEBIS, No. 59 Broad street.
Auction Sales TMi Day.
JOHS G. Mn.T A Co. will sell this day, in their sales
worn, Ho. 133 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock, several ii
ralees bf goods, damaged on board steamer on thevoy
ige from New York to this port; also clothing, shoes, and
H. A A P. CimmLL will sell this day, on Kerr A Co.'a 1
Wharf, at b llf-past 10 o'clock, 60 bales hay, Brightly dam
J. A W. Knox will sell this day, at their salesrooms.
So. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hdtel, at 10
D'clock, a large and general assortment of women's
md children's boots and shoes, clothing, fancy gooda,
nitlery, Ac; also, at 12 o'clock, a quantity of damaged |
DrraBEo A Co. win sen this day. at their salesrooms,
So. 588 King street, at half-past 10 o'clock, bedsteads,
mattresses, pillows, spring wagon, he
The best Dyspeptic Ritters now in use sro PANKOTN'B I
Hepatic Bitters. They never rail to give relief. Try a
botUc^and bo convinced. For sala by all Druggists, m
THE T?MK TO ADVERTISE IN THE
COU WTK. V.
The Daily South Carolinian at cfeumb' a, ia now sent
to every Fostofflce in t?e State. Being the officiel paper
af the State, it will be found at the present time espe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
themselves of a very large circulation.
PROSPECTOS OW THE MONROE ADVER?
rTTHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PURCHASED THE
JL material and " good win" of the Journal, win com?
mence the publication of s Weekly Papar bearing the
?hove title, at Forsyth, Ga., on Tuesday, 6th proximo.
The Journal, published for the last 12 years at For?
syth, Ga., had acquired an extensive circulation through?
out Georgia, as well aa other States, and the co-operation
if all its former patrons is earnestly solicited In tie effort
now being made to establish a first Claas paper.
The ADVERTISER will contain a full resume of the cur?
rent events of the day, both foreign and domestic. M?r?
tet Reports, Biographies, Poetry, Agricultural, etc.
Tte editorial management wfll be confided to agentia
maa whose literary and scholastic attainments are a snf
Icient augury that his department win be conducted with
The " LOCAL AND Business ADVEBTTBEB" win con?
ato, a summary of news from dur?rent portions of tba
?unty, which w?l make the paper a welcome visitor to
avery hearthstone in "old Monroe," as well aa to her
nany quondam citizens who have removed to other lo
The county of Monroe, once the most opulent In the
?tato, with a population both refined and intelligent
Forsyth, with a flourishing Female Crllege, a Male Insti?
tute, extensiva mercantile establishments, etc-com?
mands an extensive trade ; and the ADVXBTIBXB w?l
prove an excellent medium through which merchants in
the North and Wear, as won ss those of Atlanta, Macon,
Angosta, Savannah and Charleston, ms?rmake known
their business in this section.
TEEMS OF SUBCBHTOOX.
One copy one year,.( SOO
One cxrp7 six months,..... 200
daba af Ten, one year,._as 00
Advertisement* Inserted st the rates of tl 00 for the
first insertion, and seventy-&?6 cents for each subs?quent
insertion. JAS. PT HARRISON, Propriet?r.
Forsyth, Ga., February 1,1887.
OS~ J. Osant LEA, at Mackey & Baker's, is our au?
thorized Agent at Charleston, and wu! contract for adver?
tisements, receive transcriptions, and receipt for the
same._2_ ' February 13
THE HE^TJ), v
?8 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. AT
SS per annum, and, having a large circulation
through ?n the upper sad lower Districts of the State,
affcrda great advantages to advertiser*.
Bates for advertising very reasonable -lor which apply
to our Agent, Mr. T.P. SLIDER, st the Mills House.
THOS, V. & B. H. GHENEKER.
November 16_ kartar* ana Prbpraior?.
ELDEE & BROWN,
A MANUFACTURERS AND PATJ3T
_ tW SES of tLc -ulebrated COMDIN ATIf>N
M&mtTim.. CRADLE ANZ> B?BY TEND EB. Prc
.SBiaKLsBielhng Horses, az* ?01 kinds of Rook
>*m5?*S^mg Horses, Invslid ChatT, will- double
?r^E&>%. sad ?ingle wheels, from ?25 to S45;
Children's Carriages. Fancy and Varnished Wasons,
Fancy Scttleo, invalid Carnages, mad? to order. Fjocy
Propellers ?cd Baby Bookara, Ac, ic. Hf?ala? Harass,
^pc??^?? ^ADWAX. Mawiactory. Koa. 419,
?0.461 and A?2 WEST STREET, H*W Xorfc.
October Sf ttatwjrr
f FROM THIS DAY FORWARD THE ROPER HOSPI?
TAL ?rot be open for the reception of tb? Siek Poor of
tho City, irrespectlTe of color.
Strangers taken sick in tb City can be accommodated
with separate chambers, good fare, nursing and medical
attendance, at $1 per day.
" E. BRADLEY,
February 18 1 Acting Steward.
E. S. JAFFRAY ft CO.
Have mach pleasure in informing
their friends and customers that
they received only trifling damage
from the fire this morning. Their
stock is in perfect order, and the
business Trill continue without in?
No. 350 BROADWAY.
NEW YORK. February 12, 1887. 1 February 18
Behind the Lighthouse.
Old ?ogjtgm is not quite dead. People aro still to be
found who think that health ls promoted by depletion!
Waa there ever such a false logic I Nature is tho grand
antagonist of disease, and the depleters propose to pros?
trate nature, in order, one might suppose, to give the
enemy a double chance at the life of the patient I The
true practice Is so to invigorate the vital powers aa to
render ihom an overmatch for tho elements of disease.
This can be done with HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS. Of all vegetable tomes they are the most power?
ful and the most genial. At this season, when even the
strongest organizations are liable to be -affected by the
alternations of stringent cold and malarious moisture,
this inestimable protective medicine is especially needed.
Persons predisposed to biliousness, dyspepsia, constipa?
tion, intermittent fever, or any of the complaints which
cold weather superinduces or aggravates, should take it ?
regularly throughout the winter and spring months.
It is absolutely pure and harmless. For sale by
DOWffl & MOUSE!, Druggists,
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
February 18 6 Opposite Charleston Hotel
THE GAS LIGHT
MR. JOSEPH POZNANSKI
BEGS TO INFORM THE GAS CONSUMERS OF J
Charleston that all necessary arrangements having been
perfected, he is now prepared to furnish the
GAS LIGHT MULTIPLIER
to Stores, Private Dwellings, Churches, Ac, in this city.
Mr. POZNAN SET refers, all those interested in the
matter to his Pamphlet, wherein will bo found a full
description of the system proposed, and the results ob?
tained by its application to several buildings in this ;
Office, No. 20 BROAD STREET, LAWRASGE.
Factory, No. 447 KING STREET, at the Gas Apparatus
Works of WM. F. PADDON.
Orders may be left at either of these places.
Office hours from 10 to 2 o'clock.
February 1 Imo
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer ? of* Paper,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
KO. 197 READE: STREET.
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
EALES IN PAPER AND TN MATERIALS OF j
SPRING TRADE, 1867.
NO. 143 MBBTINO STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
WHOLESALE DUALEM LH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
TN VITE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
I their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or short time approved paper.
fe. W. MARSHALL
W. T. BDRviE.
February 13 2mos O. A. BOWEN.
TO THE LADIES.
LADIES' DRESSES AND CLOAKS MADE IN THE
most fashionable Styles, and on reasonable terms, by
MRS a M. PALMER,
February 12 6 Na 25 Anson street.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
% 1 / ILL ATTEND TO THE* PURCHASE, SALE AND
W SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NATAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS..A. E. CHISOLM.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS C8MP1N?
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Bail roads Throughout
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOB AND DELIVER FREI GOT
TO ANY POINT IN" THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PL.AST, President, '
April 10 Augusta, Ga.
WILLIAM BRO 0KB AN KS,
STEAM GAS PTTTEK ANO PLUMBER, !
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. Na U6 KING STREET.
August SI Between Krona and onoT street?.
HW WK STEAM INGIE CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAB WHEEL BOXES,
UPRIGHT DRILLS, !
MACHINISTS' T0?IS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Works at Worcester, Mass. ; , '
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
' December 18 . ... . , ?mo
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN ANT>'NORTHERN ORDERSFTLLR?'ON]
i * Office of John P, Newkirk,
Sb m BEADS-STREET, CORNER HUDSON, j
tor EXXON'S PREMIUM TRENTON I
AH orders sent w?l bo promptly attended [
,, ?mo? ." . -TS??Tl*rt*i?T'
E. M. WHITESTGr,
CORONERS. A;NB\ .MAGISTRATE,
TIAS BEHOVED BIB OFFICE PROM CHALKERS
fl ?ftwt to So. 88 CHURCH STREET, one door
aorta <* Broao street. ; An-nwt 8}
. ?I /??:*.>? l-l I ;-lt i '. . V- -VS
OFFICE QHABCBSTOS ASP SAVANNAH Q,, 1 '
No. 28 BBOAD BxaEET^ J
^T"^Cn?TtT,?irrow, Si C'Febraiury 7. 1887.1 v
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE
until Wednesday, 20th inst, at IS o'clock BI., for
REBUILDING THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
RAILROAD from the head of the Rood near Salkahatchie
Thia work will require about :
4000 feet of Inverted W., or Double Trcstling.
Saltkahatchle Bridge-60 foot span, on Ile piers.
Thirly-two miles of old Road Bed to be cleared, graced,
and Track relaid.
It is proposed to lot the above work as one contract.
Proposals will also be received at tho same time for re?
building the Road from Hardoville to the Savannah
This work will require about :
11,000 feet of Inverted W, or Double Trastllng.
Throe miles of old Road Bed to be cleared, graded, and
It is proposed to let the abovo 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 8. BYAN,
Genen I Superintendent.
OS* The Savannah Daily Herald will please copy three
times, and send bill to Office of Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Company. . swm3 February 9
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Lead Pencils aa the only pendis fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; bot, after a thorough
trial of the imyriran polvgrade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by the American E&ad Pencil Company, New
York. I find them superior to any pencil in nee, even to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
Thew pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even, the softest pencils hold the point well;
they are all that can be desired in a pcndL It gives roe
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
wm no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
Professor of Drawing, Ac.
Alli PENCILS ABS STAMPED:
J?. "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. 7."
None genuine without the exact name of the firm:
look to it. gmo_December 13
INDELIBLE PENCIL CO.
MANUFACTURE AND SELL CLARK'S PATENT
INBEMBLE PENCIL !
For Marking Iii ci, &c.
' Prie*..... J . .SO Ce si ts.
_ PENCIL IS SIMILAR TO TEE ORDINARY
_ lead pend?, and'win make a dear clock mark that
will romain after years of wear and washing. It ls a great
improvement over ink, as it will not dry up, and can bo
used with much greater dispatch and economy, as there is
no risk of blotting. No preparation being reuuired except
the dampening or the fabric to be marked, and no trou?
blesome directions to be followed in ita nae, it will save
much inconvenience to housekeepers, and all who have
occasion to mark their clothing.
Settees of ttte Pres..
?The ?n?*f?ig inks so commonly used for marking
linen and other fabrics aro inconvenient and troublesome,
each 'bottle being accompanied by a number of ?Olreo
tiona,' which considerably bother the brain, of house?
keepers. The Indelible Pencil will prevent this, as all
the preparation nofleaai ry la the dampening of the fabric
which is to be marked thereupon."
"Ladies wIH be pleased with the IndeUbi? Pencil, a now !
invention for marking clothes indelibly without risk of
."""*"g ItwIRabob^tbooMplanofUBingapcnwith I
a bottle."-?r. ?fca^ Pwt . :
i "We have aoen samples of permanent marking with I
thia pencil, r-hlch cannot be washed ont-"
?This is tho largest invention for a BB?S?I ono that we !
have teen for a long time. It does cway with the bother, ?
lnctaremlence and diihonlt mode of marting with ink."
? [ZAterary i/vMum.
'? "CLAM'S PA?TIW1W?XLIBLB P?Mon_-We have tried
this celebrated pc eil, for marking linen. Ac., end found
it to be alt' that i? claimed writ. Vet fsunily should be
. without it. It la greatly superior to any Indelible ink
; that we havee^tried."--0)noa.aff IVatiottal gnftm, -J
"A det?rab??, convenient, and useful household arti
s."-Springfield (Mau.) SrpubUcan. .-? , -
; Oo.PiMiIwffi Mailt ?500 .Articles.
S6?"TRAVELL?N? AGENTS WANTED. Sand 60 cte.
February a - ..?V.i-r Imo
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
'?Ail BARBEES M APES* NTTRO-SUPER-PHOS
dUV PHATE OF LIME, to arrive, per brig logan.
For sale on favorable terms, at manufacturers" pricep,
with expenses added.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
February ll_mw_No. 153 East Bay.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OP LIME.
FOB COTTON, COKN, WHEAT AND OT HEB GRAIN
CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE CROPS, &C.
CONTAINS SUFFICIENT STIMULATING AMMO?
NIACAL Animal Matter to produce rapid growth,
and to insure the complete appropriation Ly the plant of
the phosphat?e and other Ingredients in tho fertilizer
without exhausting the soil; does not burn the crops du?
ring drought Uko Peruvian Guano, or lose ito strength
by the volatilization of tho Am Tonia.
An its constituents, excepting the Sulphuric Acid,
being from Bones, Blood. Flesh, and other animal
sources, and not from Mineral Phosphates or Mineral
Phosphoric Guanos, os in tho case with most of tho 8u
per-Phos. hates, ara in a condition to become quickly
soluble in the soil, aud available ss food for plants.
Warranted free from adulteration! and of uniform
For sale by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS, No. 1S3 East Bay.
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN AN?
NOUNCING to Planters and Farmers that they are
prepared to furnish a superior article of STIPER-PHOS
PHATE OF LIME, manufactured expressly for them,
md which they can warrant to contain all the -lernenta
accessary to insure a rapid and mature growth of anv
Terms-Sixty dollars por ton cash, or sixty-five dollars
per ton-ono quarter cash, and balance 15th December,
with approved iactors' acceptance, with interest at 7 per
rent- from date of purchase.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agricultural Implement Warehouse and Seed Store,
_ . ," Na 140 Meeting Btreet.
February 13 Imo_Opposite Pavilion HoteL
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
PLOWS, HARROWS. CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
Corn Mills, Corn Shorters, Feed Cutters
Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Plantera
Grain Cradles, Sythes sud Snaths -
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Hoes
Rice and Grain Fan Milla
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horse Powers-of all kinds
Beap&x Machin?e, T3ar?sjhing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners. "
AGENTS FOB THE
AGENTS EOE THE
V0MRE1L WAfflG MACHINE.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
SO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
December 10 rcwiSmo
TTHE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
J. always been beneficial-the only difficulty being to
jbtsln a genuine article. Before offering BAUGH'S
PHOSPHATE on the market the last season, I submitted
t for analysis to Professor Shepard, of the South Caro?
ma Medical College, who ruRy. endorsed It, and "ms
?pinion bas now been " verified by ' actual experiment by
mr own Planters, whose testimony I have of the an?
terior excellency o ? thia' Phosphate; especially in the cul
ure of Cotton, in insuring ? good stand.
j. N. HOBSON, Agent,
, DecemberlO sn mwfflmo No. 62 BAST RAY.
SWAN ISLAND GUANO.
i)AA TON?, BALANCE OE CARGO OF BRITISH
?JKJVJ bark James Wilson.
This Guano waa sold to Glasgow, Scotland, where its
-alua aa s 'manure is ? appreciated at more than I sm of
aring it on the market It was only after mating a favor
ible arrangement with the vessel, as to freight, and upon
he strang endorsement and recommendation of Prof.
Ihepard, that the- owners-allowed it to remain. It con
atna 41 per cent of Phosphate of Lime, and other val"
table Ingredients. Mixed with. 5 to 10 per cent of Pe
uvian. Guano makes, it. one o?. the cheapest and most
-aluable manures for Corn or Cotton.
Price-SSO per ton of 22?0' Sis., cash, or $25 per ton.
Sty acceptance, with interest, payable 1st November.
For sole by .rv.- .i.r jr. N. HOBSON,
January 16.wfinlmo .?. No. ?2 Eaet Bay.
LE A & PERRINS5
PRO??OUHCBD ? EXTRACT
BT.Wm-of a letter from s
~~J~?~^???i ' ' ' MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS ; ;^;;;..; ?Kl?M( fa, wa .'
XO'BK THE outr " .? amK ? BroSherat
.^IBST "Tell LEA & PER
A1TO APPLICABLE . RTNS that their SAUCE
?SyggSSj is highly esteemed m ln
? TO -.123Eg??, dix, andie, in my opinion,
TTKP.Y VARIETYtWiH*-*? well ^ the most who"
MMl some SAUCE that la
The succeaa of Una most dellciouB and urrrlva?led con
liment having ' e?nseot * manx unprincipled dealers to
rpply the namo to_Sjpitnoui Oompoundt, lae Ptrrmic la
'tipeetfuUy and, earnetil^ requested to see that ?te nama
if Lan A ? Parama are Sspon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER' and BOTTLE,
\ Manufactured by.
LEA tit FERRIS S, "Worcester.
SEW SOB?.y ? & Iv jA^saoti?. ?;
October I? ''?'??. - / . "jg?^?L
i ^ M^B??tI>ELlir
MR?fiANDISE BROKER, !
iniTTLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PCBOHASE
W anabelle of MERCHANDISE. OF ALL KINDS.
Ginee at tho corner of BROAD AND EAST FAT
STBKKTSr'ln basement of State Bank, where aarapies '
"StarBtawoss^kr.-'c. "JC." ?ton??''1ar.:'Tneo
Wagner, Mesar*. John Fraser & Co., Messrs. Mordecai A
Cox, Messrs. W. a Dulcea A Ca, Messrs. Gourdin.
Matthicssen & Co., Charleston, 3. C ^*
October 24 wtaSmo
Bedsteads, Mattresses, Pillows, <?<..
BY DVRKEC <5i CO.
THIS DAX 18th mat., at our Salesrooms. No. 588 King
street, at 10}.; o'clock, win be sold, without limit,
5 BEDSTEADS. In good order
3 Mattresses, Pillows and Bolate?
1 Sideboard and Bureau
S boxes Silver Mc*n Onions
co cans Cream Tartar (in 15 lb cans)
10 boxes Starch
80 coses Loudon Mustard ( w lb cans)
80 reams Wrapping Paper
30 cans Cayenne Pepper (in 4 lb cans).
1 light spring two wheel WAGON.
Conditions rash._February 18
Damaged Goods, on Accouid of Ute UivXerwriters
and Ail Concerned,
BY JOHN G. Hill.NOR St CO.
THIS DAY, 18th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
_our salesroom. No. 133 Meeting street,
SEVERAL INVOICES OF GOODS, damaged on board
atea i er on the voyage irorn Now York to this port:
10 pieces SHEPHERD PLAID PRINTS, pieces Marl?
Canton Flannel, Riverside and Palester lesas. Fancy
Nainsook, Jaconet and Swiss Satin Stripe Muslins
Wide Bobbinet for Pavilions, Fancy Silk Belts, Belt
Linen Cambric, Imitation Silk, Madras and Turkey
25 pieces Park Steam 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. February 18
Retail Stock, Clothing. Shoes and Sundries.
HY JOHN G. MIL, IV OU Si CO.
THIS DAY, 18th inst., at 10 o'clock, will be sold at our
store. No. 133 Meeting street, an invoice of Clothing,
ftc, viz :
50 Ca sea SUITS-PANTS and VESTS
- 48 Pair Assorted Cassimere Pants
65 Pair Assorted Cassimere Coats and Sacks
5 Coses Women's Balmoral Shoos (a fine article)
Leather Travelling Bags. Nubias
Sontags and Net Shawls, Elastic Cord
Scgors, Bleached Shirting, Cloths, Linens, kc. kc.
Conditions cash. February 18
nv it. & A. P. CAL.DWELL.
THIS DAY, the 18th inst., will bo nold on Kerr A Co.'s
Wharf, ot half-past 10 o'clock,
50 boles HAY, slightly damaged.
Conditions cash. February-18
New York Prize Association,
No. 590 BROADWAY, N. Y. -
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEON8, SEWING
MACHINES, M!USIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE. FINE GOLD AND
"IT/TLL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
V y nome and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed in scaled envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 25 cents, on envelope containing
such ticket will be drown without choice, and delivered
ot our office, or sent by mail to any address. The pur?
chaser after seeing what article it draws and its value
which moy be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
ou<bur circular at the same value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No BLANKS.
Our patrons can depend on fair, honorable dealing.
Tho articlo drown will be delivered ot our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly sent as directed, by return
moil, or express.
Letters ?rom many persons acknowledging the receipt
of valuable gifts from ns, may be seen on file at our of?
fice, among whom we are permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lombertville, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street, Brook?
lyn, sewing machine, $80; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
gold lever watch, value S200; Hon- R. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
IOU Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth street, N. V., sewing machine, -.90; Jos.
Comp, Elmira, N. T., melodoon, $150; Miss L. Collina,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Mass., sewing maihlno, $85; H. Shaw,
No. 133 IC th street, N. Y., gold watch. $150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, Nashville, Tenn., melodeon, $100; James Russell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, $250; R. T.
Smith, Providence. R. L, silver lever watch, $60; Oscar
Purdy, Madison, N. J., music box, $46; Hon. R. S. New?
ell, St. Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $185; J. K. Sperry,
Litchfield. Conn., silver watch, $56; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, Ula . music box, $75; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $125; Miss E. M. Schenck, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond car rings, $225; Pierre Beaudln, St Charles
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. M*"t*m
Barnes, St- Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD EOR OlfE DOLLA R EA CB,
And not to be paid for until you know what you have
25 Bose wood Pianos, worth.$200 00 to?500 00
30 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases.100 OD to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunes. 15 00 to 150 00
100 Sewing Machines. 50 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Te? Sets. 25 00 to 150 00
200 SUver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Siiver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 35 00
1,000 Sets Silver Tea and Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches. 100 00 to 250 00
100 Diamond Rings, Cluster, Ac. 50 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
300 Ladies' Gold Watches. GO 00 to 85 00
1,000 Silver Watches. 25 00 to 60 00
3,000 Vest Chains. 6 00 to 25 00
2,000 pairs Ear Rings (new styles). 1 50 to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces. 300tc 700
2,600 Gold Pencils. 300to 800
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches_ 6 00 to 10 00
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches_ 4 OG to 6 00
1.500 Masonic Pins. i ou to 9 00
1,500 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern)... 4 50 to 7 50
2,600 Sots Of Bosom Studs. 150 to 6 00
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Buttons. 2 60 to 10 00
5,000 Plain Gold and Chased Ringa._ 4 50 to 10 00
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings.. 2 50 to 10 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all sizes. 2 50 to 7 00
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry. 8 00 to 20 00
4,000 Watch Charms (each). 3 00 to 5 60
6,000 Gold Pens, SIL ex Cases A Pencils. 4 50 to 7 00
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins. 3 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies'new style Belt Buckles.... 4 00 to 800
2,000 Ch?telains and Guard Chains. 7 60 to 20 00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8O0tol500
6,000 Sets Ladies' Brooch and Ear Drops 6 00 to 12 00
2,000 Gold Crosses. 150 to COO
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets. 6 00 to 20 00
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 00
2,000 Ball Ear Drops, all colors. 3 00 to 7 00
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops. 3 00 to 7 00
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 450 to 7 00
Lady's Sets, new styles. Cut Crystal, ill Jet, Hard Rub?
ber. Ac.. Ac
iHf A chance to obtain any of the above articles for
One Dollar by purchasing o sealed envelope for 25 cents.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed to ill.
joy 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 .or Two Dollars, 33 for
Five Dollars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters should be addressed
J. H. EAT & CO.,
No. 699 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
December 28 eu 3moa
'DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A FEW WORDS OP COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to some affection
of the hangs or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting '
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the complaint, unt?*
disease strikes its shafts,. causing inexpressible torturo
of the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Onrj
a cold I" "A slight sore throat 1" is the heedless remar >
of many when so affected. Yes ; "Only c cold." wa? the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for bis prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed I should be the motto forever
tn the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by.au suf?
fering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Belief is
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which there can be but one vietor
: Does it not appal the strongest mind, to think of the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? What ex
cuse can be offered, when timely warning is Bounded in
your esra? When the danger is pointed ont, why not
avoid lt? MAHSDKK'H PECTORAL BALM has been used
with success in nearly a million of cases, and is endorsed
by the, Medical' Faculty as the most T rompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific research bas discovered, to
relieve and cure aU cases of Coaghe, Colds. Influenza,
and Consmnptlon. if the case is not beyond ali hope.
Even when .the sufferer is la the last stages, he will find
relief by using this preparation. One bottle will con?
vince the most incredulous, that the merits of this prepa?
ration ore by no means exaggerated ; in fact, fall far short
of the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by its timely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers are instructed in every instance
to refund the money when this preparation fails to re?
lieve.' ? i'.'.i- .
Prepared hy T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, Nev
Price, 50 cenia small bottle: $1 large alia. -
GOODRICH, WINEMAN et CO.,
Wholesale Agents. Charleston
And an B?tail Druggists.
DO WEE & MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
. Opposite Charleston Hotel.
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC,
DIHECT IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH
:-"V" -? SADDLERY._
JUST RECEIVED FINE STEEL CHTFNEY BITS
Fine Steel Stirrups and Spurs
Fine Stained Bri ruo Mountings
- Fine Kersey Horse Sheeting, Ac, ftc Ac.
J. C. NOLAND.
. Survivor of A. McKensie A Co.,
* No. 119 Meeting street, near Market
' Please remember I am NOT at the dd stand.
AT THE TOOT OF HAYNE AND F?NCKNEY 8TS.
PUER NO. 1 HAS BEEN THOURO?GHLY REBUILT,
and is now greatly unproved by the addition of ? |
shed 200 feet lons, which Offers advantages in landing sad
receiving'cargoes. The screw steamships of the "Balti?
more and Charleston Railroad and Steamship Company"
land their cargoes hero. ,
Piers Nos. 2 and 3 embrace a large water front avail?
able for shipping. Thu prordmity ol these docta to ihn
Dry Dock rendara them convenient for v?asela needing
L the premises ore desirable locations for coal de?
pots, woodyarda, Ac, to be ranted. ._
COURTENAY Sc TRKNHOL1I,
November 23 thmSmo Leauea. ;
LOMBARD & CO.,
0 OM MI SS lM MB ROE AN TS
ATO nato?aana uro BBJXXBS ra -
SO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARP,
- BO Biron. '.
Advances rattle on Oont?gnmenti cf Bte? and Co?xra
to OUT udil T aaa..
Bi^ abatas, l^ijarm?alra; Tn M?MTS. JAMES ATXMS
A no., SStacra. ?Jraxer Bsomxna A Oo., Charleston, a
Assignee's Sale-Stock of a Country Store.
BY J. di W. KNOX.
THIS DAV. at 10 o'clock AM., at their Salesrooms,
No. 183 Meeting streot, opposite Pavilion Hotel, will
be sold, and on each succeeding day, until tho whole
Stock is disposed of,
COMMENCE?O WITH A LA HOE AND OENXUAL A6SOBT
MEN'S, WOMIN'S ASD CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND
Hats, Caps and Straw Gooda
Lot of FANCY GOODS, Neck Ties, Suspenders, Pock?
et Book', Buttons, Combs, Hair Oils, Extracts and
Sale of DAMAGED GOODS at 12 o'clock M.
Conditions cash. February 18
For Account of whom il may concern-Goods
Damaged or board steamer from New York.
BY J. & XV. KNOX.
THIS DAY, at l'A i clock M., at their Salesrooms. No. 138
Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel wtU be sold.
1 case KENTUCKY JEANS
1 CT se Mallory Prints
1 case Amoskcag Prints
20 gross S. B. Hooks and Eyes
10 gross Buttons
200 pieces Bonnet and Cap Ribbons
10 dozen Suspenders
20 dozen Skirt Braid
4 dozen Tapa Trimming
Conditions cash. February 18
Assignee's Sale Continued.
J. Hi AV. KNOX
Will sell TO-MORROW, 19th imitant, at their Salesrooms,
Np-133 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
A large variety of DRY AND FANCY GOODS, Hard?
ware, Cutlery, Tools, Ac.
Invoice of Hosiery
Pomades, Extracts, Ac -~
Conditions cash. February 18
Undencriters Sale for account of all eoncerned.
ISAAC E. HERTZ ?i CO.
Will sell, at their store. No. 201 East Bay, TO-MORROW,
19th instant, at 10 o'clock,
SO boxes SOAP
50 boxes Candios
Damaged on board steamer on her voyage to this port.
Raisins, Lard, Butler and Hams, to close consign?
BY ISAAC E. HERTZ St CO.
Will bo sold, at our store, No. 201 East Bay. TO-MOR?
ROW, 19th instant, at 10 o'clock,
300 boxes RAISINS-whole, halves and quarter boxes.
30 tubs Lard
10 kegs Butter.
600 lbs. BALTIMORE CITY CURED HAMS.
A Lot, loitJi Comfortable House, in Ashley street,
in Ward No. 8.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
On TO-MORROW, the 19th inst., at ll o'clock, near the
old Exchange, I will offer for sale at auction.
All that LOT OF LAND, with buildings thereon, situ?
ate in Ashley street, west side, one door above Spring
street, and known by the No. 33. The House la a two
and a half story one, almost new, containing four up?
right, two attic rooms, double piazza, dressing room and
pantry, all facing south. It has nice outbuildings. The
Lot measur s 37 feet front by 99 feet 3 inches in depth.
Persons are requested to examine the premises.
Conditions-Half cash; balance, with interest, payable
in one year, secured by a mortgage of the premises;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay me for papers. February 18
Contents of Hie Merchants' Hotel, corner King and
Society streets, at Auction.
BY M. E.. AMAR.
Commencing TO-MORROW, 19th, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
and continued every day until the whole ls disposed of,
COSStSTTNO OP :
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, Pillows, Towels, Sheets,
Cutlery, Crockery, Carpets, Mirrors, Chambers, Kitchen
and Dining Room Articles, Stoves, Lamps. Gas Fixtures.
Window Shades, Curtains, Office and Bar-Room Fixtures,
! Chafing Dishes, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash. All articles to bo paid for and re?
moved after each day's sale. February 18
Goer $20.000 worOi of Furniture al Auc.ion.
BY R. AI. MARSHAL.!, & BRO.,
II roleen? and Auctioneers.
On MONDAY, 25th February, commencing at 10 o'clock,
and to be continued every day until the whole is dis?
THE FURNITURE OF THE PLANTERS' HOTEL, aft
the corner of Church and Queen streets, Charleston, S.
C. Evt-rything was new from the manufactories ?bout
four months ago, an i consists in part of:
\ 1 Harrison's European Range, with Furniture and
Carving Table attached.
2 splendid Pianos, 3 Solid Mahogany Barber Chairs.
1 Herrings' Iron fuie, 1 splendid Bar Counter,
i i Hotel Settees, 6 dozen Spittoons.
Wines, Liquors, Segars, and a great variety too nume?
rous to mention.
30 double Bets and 60 single sets "CHAMBER FURNI?
- 3000 yards Carpeting and Matonee
ISO pairs Rochdale White Wool Blankets
100 double and single Hair Mattresses, Mirrors
A great quantity ot Towels, Sheets, Napkins, Table?
cloths, Pillow Cases, Counterpanes, Glassware and Crock?
80 Camp Stoves and Ranges never used
9 dozen Oak Dining-room Chairs
3 dozen Oak Office Arm Chairs
1 dozen ten-feet Chesnut Extension Tables.
Terms cash. Articles will be delivered on Monday and
Tuesday. 6th and 7th March, and any articles not then
paid for will be re-sold on account and risk of purchasers.
Catalogue? axe being prepared.
tts- The Columbia Carolinian. Daily Presa, Augusta,
and Savannah News and Herald will please give three in?
sertions each, with local notice, and send bill to R. M.
M. tc Bro._February 18
MILLIGAN, MELCKERS di CO. . ...
j Will sell on FRIDAY, 22d inst, at Southern Wharf, at ll
o'clock A M.,
1 lot ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
February 13 wfm5
SALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
Will be sold at Public Auction, in front of Depot Quar?
termaster's Office, Southern Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
on MONDAY, February 18, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
The following QUARTERMASTER'S PROPERTY,
17 HORSES, 1 MULE 6 CARTS
9 Wagons, 2 Ambulances, 1 Boiler
Sheet Lead. Oars, Manilla Rope. Ac, Ac.
Terms cash in Government funds.
Property purchased must be removed the following
daj^ Tuesday, February 19th, 1867. B. O. TYLER,
BvL Major-Gen. and Chief Q. M. D. 8.
Salee EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY & Co,
; No. 339 King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
; GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Gooda, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery. Perfumery and Soaps. . February 8
M. STOBEN & OO.
JAMES M'CAREY'S SOAP FACTORY,
No. 729 King street, above lice,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND, FOR SALE,
HIDES, KIP, CALF
SHEEP, GOAT, and DEER SKINS.
Dealers will do well to call upon us before making pur?
chases. Have always a large assortment of the above on
Orders left at MOSES GOLDSMITH tc SON, No. 4 Ven?
due Range, or at M. STOREN tc CO.'S will be promptly
December 13 ?fhm3moe
BOYLAN & TUEES, ,'.
MANUFACTURERS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL
EES in, WHITE LEAD, 2XNC PAINTS, COLORS,
YARN SHES, Ac No. 98 MAIDEN LANE;
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
rrVHE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
JL NEILS, and propose to practice is Che STATE
COURTS OF LAW ANS EQUITY for the Districts of
Barnwell. Beaufort and Co?eton, ander the name and
style of "DAVANT." .
Office, for tbs pr?sent, at G1UJSONVTT.T.E, South
' Carolina. E. J. DAV ANT.
November W - ? fm_J. C. PAYANT.
THOMAS P. RYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. A COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
February 7_ ? ?_ 6??? .
CHER AW ADVERTISER.
DEVOTED: TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART.
AGRICULTURE, and M?H ?ELLA NEO UH NEWS. '
Cberaw, 8. C Published weekly, by W. I? T. PRINCE
tc CO. ? -. .
TERMB OF 80B8OXFTX0K : iv.
One copy ono year.....V.'.'... .. .$4 Off .
Ono copy six months.................. 3 00
One copy three months......;.v..l.;i 00
Five copies one year.M 00*
HATES or Anvmtrjumro :
One Square, ten Unes or lesa, first insertion.tl 59
For each subsequent insertion. 1 00
All Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they
wiR be published until ordered ont, and charged accord- .
Merchants and others advertising by the year, ilibe?
ral deduction on the above rates will be made.
November-IS ' . . . -_? _
THE AIKEN PRESS,.
rIS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH TS THE TOWN OP./
Aiken, SL C, a Weekly paper under tho above title.
tobe devoted to General Intelligence-Political. Com
1 merdai! Sedal, Literary, and Religious-wi?ii a Dopart- ..
m mt of Agricolturo, including the Field, the Orchard,
the Vineyard, ?nd the Garden. A News Summary, to
contain a digest Pf . the important events of the week, i
wCl occupy a portion ci the paper, ?nd particular attea- ,
tion wiR be giveavto the wnaajtlen question of Labor, aa.
be?t adapted to our new condition, and the development
ot thaTOso-ttreea of the country tn Manufactures, Agr?
cnltare, Froit-raiemg, and Vine-growing.
Terms-93 a year, ta advance..
. ? H. W. RAVENEL, Editor.
W;Oi Kr-tyijwp. PnhUaher. ' Janoary21
'YjtSTABLISHED NEARLY TWE5TY YEARS AGO, TS
JU ncbbilbad si Marioo,&CL, in the oenteal portion
of the eouhtry, and oflara a favorable TB edrom to Mer-.,
chanta, Druggists, Machinists, and aE class?e who desire
to extend their husmeas tn tho Pe? Dee oormtry. Y - ,
. Fortbobenoatcrf our advertiting petrona, we shall, In
addlticn to our subecrrrtion tt^>hto ia cuMt?nWy ta
creaelsg, publiah end distribute gratuitously 1*083 nrtra
<*y of-fl?? 8T?Bi ?Ttwing O? lasjaesm .fun thia
Bate, of AdWu?inff nberaL-. ,
November 20 Editor and Proprietor.