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MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25,18G7.
WE ARE indebted to Hr. J. M. GBEER, in King
: trcet, for a copy of the "Outro-Mor" oditioa of |
L'Ind?pendance Beige, of January 24th. It con?
tains very full accounts of European news, more
particularly of French affairs.
THE SCHOONEU Viola haling arrived, Messrs.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, at No. 153 East Bay, are pre- |
pared to fill orders for Peruvian Guano, roceivad
direct from the Peruvian Government Agent. They j
warrant it to bo a Ronuine article. See thoir ad.
vertiseraont in to-day's paper.
ATE ARE under obligations to Mr. DOSTHEB for |
latcfiloB of Northern papers, among which are
Harper's Weekly, Police Gazette, New York Weekly,
Herald and Tribune. Mr. D. has all of these for
sale, besides all the latest papers and periodicals.
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION.-Attention
is called to tho announcement of Mr. S. R. MAR?
SHALL, which appears in our paper to-day. He has
just roceived, by direct importation, a large lot of J
?roods in his line.
"ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE."-We take a melan?
choly pleasure in announcing the birth of another
South Carolina country paper. The Orangeburg
.Nitre is ushered into this mundane sphere at a
very inauspicious period of our history; storms,
troubles, brigadiers, and colored voters ahead.
Look out for breakers brother DIBBLE. However,
we will not cast your horoscope
The News is well printed oa good white paper,
edited with taste and ability, and "made up" with
judgment. Success to the Orangoburg News.
THE BALTIMORE STEAMERS.-The steamship Sea
Cull, Captain DUTTON, arrived at this port on
Saturday evening last, having mado the voyago
out and back, with fall cargoes both ways, in eight
Clays. Every effort is being made to meet the wants
of the business community of both cities, and wo
are sure such dispatch will satisfy shippers of this
The fine steamship Falcon, Captain BEEP, had a
pleasant run out of sixty hours.
LI?E INSURANCE.-Although our papers are
teeming with advertisements, &c., of Life Insur?
ance Companys we do not wish the public to forget
that the Southern Life of Memphis is stall in our
midst and doing a good business. "We would ad?
vise all of our friends who contemplate life insur?
ance "to look before they leap," and have a talk
with Messrs. SMITH & PAMVTLLE, over the old
Charleston Bank, before they commit themselves.
It is far better to patronize our own' institutions
than to send our capital abroad! A word to the
ivi6e is sufficient.
A REGULAR anniversary meeting of the South
Carolina Friendly Society was held on the 22d Feb?
ruary, 1857, at the residence of W. BRATCMANN,
No. 310 Meeting street, when the f. owing officers
were elected to serve the ensuing yearr
J. B. S HIKER, President.
. W. BRAD EM ANN,- Vice-Pr?sident
H. HENKLN, Secretar}-.
F. HISCH, Treasurer.
C. J. SIT AN, A MAWBY,
C. H. KAHRS, P. VANSWENDERLN.
ROBBERT.-The store of Mr. D. W. AHRENS, in
"Nassau street, was entered, on the night of the
21st, and robbed of a large amount of groceries."
Lieutenant. HENDRICKS, being notified of the fact,
put the case in Officer CHAPMAN'S hands, who soon
succeeded in arresting tho parties. It appeared
that one of the thieves had -concealed himself in
tho store and opened it to his confreres about the
middle of the night, and the robbery was - then
easy. One of the robbers'was captured by the up?
town police, and the remaining three were arrested
by Officer CHAPMAN. The goods have been mostly
recovered, and the robbers will have a chance of
ornamenting the next Court of Sessions.
MAYOR'S COURT, February 23.-Henry Sanders, a
colored commission merchant, who jnaikes the sell?
ing of fish a "specialty, and who had eighteen
strings in Iiis tray and a permit allowing the sale
of only ten, was fined $5, and the?sh were sent to
the Orphan House.
A mon, who attempted to lodge at a residence
where ho didn't board, was furnished with a board
in the Guard House till morning, and waa allowed
on leaving to deposit a $5 green-back for the bene?
fit of the city. ~
A rusty looking man and a female in a state of
decay, were separately brought up for drunken?
ness and disorderly conduct, and were each fined
$5, which they will probably take out by spending
a few days at the "Station," and observing the in?
ternal economy of that much frequented establish?
POLICE.-The neat appearance presented by the
police yesterday made Chem objects of general in- |
tereat. At an inspection held at 7 A- M^. by the !
Captain, at the,Lower Guard House, the soldierly
look and deportment of the men attracted con- j
aiderablo attention. The new uniforms are not
showy, but are just what was wanted to give the
corps a dressy look. A double-breasted frock coat
of dark blue cloth has been snbsmuted for the
blouse formerly worn. These are ornamented by
braus battons, bearing the seal of the city upon
them. The pants are of gray cloth, trimmed with
black, and, when in full dress, a policeman might
easily be mistaken for a soldier. Few cities can
boast of a police force in a better state of organiza"- ']
lion, or who are more perfect in every detail, and
the new uniform will serve to keep alive thai
esprit de corps that is so necessary to-tho exist?
ence of such bodies. Capt. SIGWALD and his
brother officer* Haye always prided themselves
upon the appearance of the force, and have taken
a deep interest rathe men, and their unproved
looks is owing to the parental' care bestowed upon
them. :"., '
TES BELLS.-Yesterday was emphatically a quiet
Sunday. Beyond the faint tickle. of the Orphan
House bell, not a sound could be beard, and those
religiously inclined were puzzled to laow at what
time the services commenced. Even the sepul?
chral notes "of St. Michael'STSolitary bell were hush?
ed, and tho solemn ?tiT ness that pervaded every?
place was startling. Since the, arrival of the. Glad?
stone, the workmen have been busily engaged in
removing the old timbers from the belfry and pre?
paring the way for tho erection of those . brought
over from England. It was supposed that the old :
timbers would answer all tbs purposes required, ,
but on.examination they were found to be affected
by the dry rot, and it became necessary to substi?
tute those furnished. In order to accomplish this
tho bell w&s propped np, and ..its sound ceased for
a few days. The Vestry are* miKng -strenuous
efforts to obtain possession ot.the bells, and have
already, by paying a portion of the dues, secured,,
two, the largest and one of the smaller ones. These
will be put in position in a few days, and the public 1
can then judge of their tones, and ascertain if they |
Lave lost any of the sweetness that formerly char- j
aeterized them. .-' :-. ..
- COTTON STEALING.-This crime has been on the
increaso lately, and we baye been called upon io ;
chronicle several cases of this description. The I
temptations offered are innumerable, and if it was
not for the efficacy of the police for co, cotton thefts j
would be far more frequent. The wharves and".]
railroad yards suffer the most from these depreda?
tions., and it requires the greatest vigilance of the I
-watchmen to prevent their occurrence.
On. February 0th a balo of cotton was .stolen j
from the Northeastern Railroad Depot, and the
ease being turned over to the detectives, ??&c?r|
CHAPMAN succeeded in ferretting but' the 'matter,'
and arrested three colored men, who wer? proved '
to luve been the thieves. The bate bf cotton, -
weighing STD pounds, was sold to ajunk?hop I
forJIS. - .
On! Saturday a raid wai| made -opon some Sea j
Isiand cotton that had been turned out on Accom?
modation Wharf, and one bale was sequestered.
, The regular draymen employed "by.the Wharf had |
just left with a load, "and an enterprising darkey,
who had been watching his chance, dashed in and !
succeeded in snatching a bal? without noticed The |
detectives being notified, soon discovered where |
tho cotton had been housed, and the thief being !
-well known, his carly arrest ia certain.
MARBDKN'S PECTORAL BALM for Asthma and Con- :
DOWTE & MOISE," ?gents.
GOODRICH, WINEMA?? k Co., Agents.
If yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa- j
If you want Printing executed neatly;.
If yon want Books bound in any style, or Account I
Books made to order, with" any desired pattern of j
ruling, go to HJBAV HAB?IS, NO. 69 Broad street
. Tile Nicholson Pavement.
Editors 'JDd?y 'Setos :-In your paper of sevoral
days ago, I noticed a short article in reference to
NICHOLSON pavement. The article was not cor?
rect ia several very important pointe. . ;.
I was in Chicago, Ul., and saw the pavement laid
in front of tho post office, and toole particular pains
to soo all the material used and the way it was ap?
As it is of the utmost importance to our city to
know the facts,I will here state them, hoping they
may hs made public through your valuable journal.
First, the old stone pavement was ploughed up
and cleared away, the street was then graded
with sand, then covered over with common pine
boar ds ono inch thick, then a coat of thin hot cal tar
put on as you would whitewash any rough surface.
Tho blocks that form the pavement are pine, six
inches long and two-and-a-half inches thick, stood
on their ends in rows across the street, with strips
pf board two inches wide and one inch thick nailed
between the blocks, with ten penny nails toed into
the boards and into the blocks. The crevices be?
tween the blocks aro then filled up with gravel
about the size of a thimble, then uso a t n can
similar toa garden watering pot and pore thin hot
coal tar in the crevices, driving the gravel down
with a mall and swedge. lilli the crevices again
with gravel and coal tai, and swedge down as be?
fore; fill up the vacan cica with fine gravel. The
whole surface must bo then swept " off and covered
with a thin coat of hot coal tar; then a thin coat of
sand which forms tho fmisJi. For cross walks, &c.,
the pavement must be slightly elevated by the
I think it necessary for me in connection with
the article, to state what I have known the NI?
CHOLSON pavement to endure. I have seen wagon
loads of freight weighing over four tone, drawn
over this pavement and not making the slightest
impression; and the same pavement has been in
use for more than four years, and is in as apparent
good order os'when new. Considering the abun?
dance of pine in thia State, I think, tho pavement
could be laved here cheaper than in Chicago.
, There may be some slight things in connection
with this pavement which I have not meutioncd.
Any one desirous of knowing any thing further of
it, call at my office, and I will inform thom with
pleasure. Yours respectfully,
J. E. GARDNER,
No. 188 King street.
HENEY MILWABD, a provision broker of Chicago,
says in* his circular of the 9th inst. :
There seems to be so much uncertainty enter?
tained as to the final summing up of the packing
of the West und Northwest, that operators, through?
out the country feel indisposed to overload them?
selves with stock, and consequently purchasing
gradually and cautiously as their most immediate
demands require. We see no reason to change our
previously expressed opinion that the final sum?
ming up will show an increase over last year (tak?
ing the increase of weight in consideration) of
300,000 to 1,000,000 head. Whether thc increased
consumption ot the country and the comparatively
[ow prices now current will be sufficient to nullify:
this large increase is a matter for tho future to de?
termine. Thus for the consumptive demand hos
boen most healthy; particularly for cut meats; but
most of the large dealers, having purchased freely
before the recent advance in prices, may be sup?
posed to be fully supplied, and being enabled to
sell to their customers at lower prices than other
houses can who were not so fortunate, may feel
disposed to allow th?. market to take its course,
and not to'caro to make, new purchases till their
stocks become materially reduced. Should such
be the.case the market for the next two or three
months.will be dull, dragging and unsatisfactory.
Speculators hold aloof from barreled meats, be?
lieving that the stock is in excess. There seems
?nore disposition to operate for England, but the
Bufferers Dy last year's shipments will only operate
cautiously; and, indeed, the accounts from the
Dther Bide are not sufficiently cheering to induce
purchasers to sanction any material advance. The
supply of hogs continues liberal, and we hoar
nothing to indicate that our packing must cease
for the want of hogs, for some weeks.
BEACHING THE GBEAI EASTERN.-Tho following
is from the Liverpool .?&ion, January 15 :
After her recent arduous performances the Great
Eastern has become more than ever an object of
interest, and now that she is bodily out of the
water she is in a still greater degree a sight to be
seen. Her projected duty for the ensuing sum- '
mer-that of conveying passengers from New York
to the Paris Exhibition-has rendered, a thorough
overhauling and refitting necessary. Part of this
refit has been in progress for some weeks, hut to
render it complete an outside survey was-neces?
sary, and to that end it was requisite, that she
mould" be placed on a gridiron. liverpool, or
rather Birkenhead, can -dock the Great Eastern,
but thc offort would have been attended with some
risk, and mere inconvenience; and it was therefore
loci d ed to place her ona gridiron specially con?
structed for her on the foreshore about 200 yards
south of New Ferry, on the Cheshire side of the
river. It is placed about one-third of the distance
between low-water mark of spring tides and high?
water mark, andi is about 400 feet long by 60 feet
broad, resting on a firm bed of clay and shingle,
rho operation of, placing so huge a mass on this
frame must of necessity nave been- one of consid?
erable delicacy and skin, and some doubt was,exr
pressed whether it "could be safely performed. '
the riet certainly appeared tobe great. The first
md only attempt was mode with the morning tide
on Saturday, and as ' the ' monster, glided quietly
and easily to her. resting-place it seemed t? be the
simplest thing in the world. The Great Eastern
moved from her' moorings shortly after 9 o'clock,
drawing-18 feet 6 inches of wat =r. She was pro?
pelled by her screw, and was assisted byjsStug or
two. The tide waa.st its height at 10.20, and
registered 12 feet 1 inch.- Captain Sir. James An?
derson . commanded, and". was assisted by Mr.
Breerton, C. E.', successor to the late Mr. Brunel,
and Mr. Tocking. She was put side on, and came
easily to the bea prepared for her, without a single
bitchy She was favored hy smooth water. Sue
was at once secured in her position by powerful
anchors and chain cables, and in the early after?
noon was high and dry. The first glance at a dis?
tance of one hundred yards or so was disappoint?
ing, for the long, low line of beach had the effect
3? making her appear much shorter and altogether
smaller than she is. On getting underneath hor^
however, her vast size was at once ' apparent. It
ivas quite an exercise, especially ' with the med
inkle-deep, to walk round her. "For 18 or, 20 feet
ber plates were covered with a peculiar kind of
Tray weed, like ooaree hair, which, to any one
standing quite underneath, gave her shell the ap
p?aronceVif the akin of a hage Polar bear, just
emerged from his icy bath. The w intry surround?
ings gave strength to this comparison. Herscrew
appears to be very small in proportion to her size,
md it is marvellous how it can have any command
aver her enormous bulk. 'Her paddle-wheels ore
of course immense, but, as she now lies, the
lowest paddle is fully 12 feet or 14 feet above the
head of the spectator on the beach. There is now
a> full complement of workingmen engaged upon
ber, and-she will no doubt be ready to enter upon
ber duties in good time.
Auction Salea Tnis Doy.
TL M. MARSH ULT. A-HBO. will sell this day, at 10
o'clock, the furniture of the Planters' Hotel corner 'of
Church and Queen streets. Everything was new from,
the manufactories about four months ago.- -
' JOHN G. MTLUOB A Co. will sell this day, at their sue'
non salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock, the
remaining stock of a country, stare, clothing, Ac.
J. A W. Knox wIU e?u'.thto day, at" their sales?
rooms, No. 138 Mooting street; opposite Pavilion Hotel."
>t 10 o'clock, a variety of dry goods, fancy ,gooda,.bbots
ind shoes, Ac . . ?'.
F. BACKUS win sen this day, at bis store, No: 136 Meet?
ing Street, opposite Pavilion Hotel, si lo o'clock, ihe con?
tents of a retafl dry goods store declining business.
WLLBDB A Sos will sentais day, at their salesroom.
Borner of State , and. Chalmers streets, at half-past 10
o'clock, the Btock of a country store. . '?'?> ~ ?'
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AnttlontSalf8 "?fais Day.
MILLIGAN, MELCHEBS A Co. win seh this day, at South.
Ern Wharf, at ll o'clock, a lot of anchors ami'chains.
;; B. M. MATwmr.i, A Bso. win sell thjajday, before
their office, No. 33 Broad street, at ll o'clock, four" mules
ind four horses. ? -" -'
AT SHE Drag Store of J. B. BUSSELL, NO. 288 King
street, is dispensed, at all hours of .the day, SODA"WA
TEE, clear as crystal and cold as GHABI?Y. 3*
PLAMTXBS desirous of obtaining a highly concentrated
simoniacal fertilizer, free from mineral phosphates and
uthor adult?rations, can do so by applying- to KINSMAN A
HOWELL, NO.-IC? East J3ay, who ars.AgenbJ for the sale of
M APES' KitrogenlzedSnpsr-Phospbate of Lime.
.February' 11^ "7 * ... mwths
To BAKKB?, Gsocena AND FAMILIES.-Do you; wish
Flour warranted'to"make good bread? Do you wish
ROUT that wi? bring you custom ? Do' youw^Flour
that wul make White bread and net sour ? Thn&ijjply to
i. N.Bo&os, No. 0? East Bay, who has always..* .large
stock; of best brands Georgia, North. CaroHAiC Beltfmor*.
Sid Hew Toxic Flour, lu "barwlft half .(tad- cptst^fi^?
December Bv :: '', V *-..'.-? .. ' :^myit?S???_ '
The beat Dy?peiiito^Bitb>r>hqw in nc? are PpraNm's .
Kepatte Bittem.-.They Beyer fa? to give relist- :*ry Vp
Nrt?e, and bo convinced. . For eal? by all Druggists, m 1
. " " ' Try VsMqa? v.
Many persoM have wtthin this, su?omeir experienced
the benefits tb be derivad from Ita? use of PAHXNIB'S
HETATIO Brrrxna. We would recommend their tb all
who stand in need of ?tome. ,-...,,'.;..'.! .::!.?"..'.
' For ?ale by-rn Druggists, s j :?-?'; '-;."?:'; October D
^TBM. Pnoonx has i. h^ circulation throughout th?
Buddie ?od uppra Dtstrii^ c* toe St?? ^ A&ertlsW
**^**^ti.?> the strji?eu?yZ<>f '&n?B9r*??
kei; win warrant. Marchant? aa? others wishing to ase
the columns of the paper wfll address 1 " '
*atXB**f1? -: : / ? - OoluxoJbi^ B. ?a .
THE TIMK TO ADVteUTXS"B tR THE
to every Postoffice in-tho Sit ie. Being the orada papsri
of the State, lt will be Jbix^ at'the pr?Wt'th?'esp?. '
dalry vataable Wmsfubanxeeiad others deaning to evatt
themselves of a vary large drouls?on.
MOST EXPEDITIONS ROUT? TO
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THIS ATLAN?
TIC AND Cil'LF RAILROAD.
TO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH. 1867.
"TliLE FROM CHARLESTON TO JACKSONVILLE,
FLA, 32 HOURS."
Leavo Savannah. 8.30 F. M.
Arrive at Thomuaville.. 7.45 A M
Arrive at Live Oak r.. 6.30 A M
Arrive at Jacksonville. 12.40 P. M.
Arrive at Tallahassee. 8.29 P.M.
Leave Tallahassee. 10.15 AM
Leave Jacksonville. 2.10 P. M.
Leave Live Oak. 8.00 P. M.
Leave Thomanvillo. 6.43 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah.:.. 6.09 A. UL
This Train will not leave Savannah on Saturday night,
nor Live Oak and Thomas ville on Sunday night. Pas?
sengers per steamer from Charleston connect with this
Train on their w rival in Savannah.
Boggago checked through to Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
Monticello, Quincy, Lake City, and all Way Stations.
H. S. HAINES,
February 20 6 tuths3 O on oral Superintendent.
PrrxsnunaH, May 10,1866.
Marti. Hostetter <?. Smith :
GENTLEMEN :-Daring a visit to the West, last fall, I
contracted chills and fever, which brought me to my
bed, anet finally terminated In typhoid fever, and confin?
ed me to my room for several months, during which
time I waa physically so prostrated that I almost despair?
ed of over recovering my health ; having almost entirely
lost my appetite for days, not being able to eat a morsel,
added to which I was distressed with a reeling sensation
in my head, and pajyel many sleepless nights-all from
debility caused by my prostrate condition, brought about
by fever. At thlB stage of my condition a friend recom?
mended me to use your celebrated STOMACH BITTERS, I
but being morally opposed to tho uso of stimulants in
any form, I at first declined, but afterward yielded 'my
prejudices, and, after taking the medicine for several
weeks, my appetite returned, and with it I am rapidly
regaining my former strength and vigor. My sleep
(from the loss of which I have suffered muoh) has never
been better than it is now, and the reeling sensation (bo
fore alluded to) has entirely left me. My bowels, which
were much constipated and Irregular, are 'now quite
natural, and, in fact, I am glad to say that I feel myself
a new man, and tender you this testimonial of my ap?
preciation of your valuable preparation, in order that
others, suffering as I have, may avail themselves of its
virtues, which prejudice kept me from enjoying for so
long a period. I may also add that my physician, after
seeing thc beneficial effect of your Bitters on me, recom?
mended that I use them regularly.
Yours, very respectfully,
No. 16 Market street.
HOWIE & MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
February 25_6_Opposite Charleston Hotel.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, 8. C. Terms $2 per annum. In ad?
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies of the
OBANQEBXTHO NEWS will be circulated for the benefit of
our advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements Inserted on tho most liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 25_Orangeburg. S. C.
SLOW ! MS ! GLOVES !
WARRANTED THE BEST QUALITY KU)
1 VILLE DE PARIS,
NO. 291 KING STREET.
DRESS GOODS-PARIS. LONDON AND GERMAN
SPRING GOODS-just arrived and opened for sale
Lt very low prices. Our iriends and customers are invit?
ed to call carly^and take the first choice.
BLOCK & L0TNS,
No. 291 KING STB?IET, CORNES WENTWORTH,
February 22 fmw3
8350 FOR A MONTH I
IS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD OPERA?
TOR, is catering to, at the OLD STAB GALLERY,
?here he will give, his attention to securing the shadow
?re the substance fades-especially the OIL and PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition ls dened. Spe?
cimens can be seen, taken from life, and small pictures
mlarged at the Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar
cet streets, Charleston. ? February 21
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MTTBRAY, EDDI & CO., MANAGERS.
rBE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th of each month. Scheme;.. 32,000 tickets-527
prizes. "Whole tickets, $12; halves, ?6; -quarters, S3;
?ighths, ST 50. . .... ".; -'
IPrlzeof.....$50,000 2 Prizes of..T....?5,000
I Prize of.$20.000 29 Prizes of.. ?1.000
I Prize of._.$8,000 63 Prizes of..$400
I Prtee of..-..$7,000 155 Prizes of..$200
220 Prizes of $125. ' ? .- .
54 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900. .
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
fl to $10.
Circulars sent lree. Drawings malled as soon aar the
Lottery ls drawn. ?
Address tl. T- Pli'j'KRs. United Stiles Licensed A#ent,
So. ot hasel scree?;-cb neston,S. ?X, c-Ke.- Box52 I .J).
February 20 - r~ - * . . 3mo .
GITE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
'??THIS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USBD^TO'
X prove its superior quality. Use it as you would
my common Soap". Try it and you will be convinoed
hat lt is superior to any other article , in market. For
jaie by Grocers generally. .
Manufactured by TAYLOR & YOUNG, No. 186 Front
street, New York. For sale by
GRUBEB & MARTIN,
. No-836 King street -
H. BIHCSOFF & CO.,
i-NoV W Eas* Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,.
Corner Church and Hayns streets.
DO WIE & MOISE, Druggists, ? r,.-,
. - No. 161 Meeting street.
Opposite Charleston HoteL
January 23. . . wruaSmo
LO ! A MIRACLE.
Health the First Consideration.
AVOID HEAVY BREAD ABD EH JOT LXFK. j
WHICH CAN BE DONE BY USING .
?ffl? PH?ft YEffiT POWDER.
ATEBFECTLY 'FUSE AND RELIABLE ARTICLE,
warranted to give satisfaction. TRY ET.
For sale at Wholesale by
BOWIE & MOISE, Driiggists, '
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
. .Opposite Charleston HoteL
Febrarry 16_. -'_ fmwlmo
. G?n, a as Remedial Agent.
WIN; AS A REMEDIAL AGENT, HAS BEEN IN FA?
IX VOE with the profession for a very long period, out.
owing to the..difficulty bf obtaining a pure article, it has
fallen into disuse in many sections, of fha country, much
to the-regret of medica! men, who consider it almost a
specific in very many diseases. For all caaes of Gravel,
pure Oin, if administered under professional guidance,
will certainly work acure ; and. if taken as a preventive,
acting, BB it does, os the sensitive membrane?, it ct canses
the parts ao aa to remidan possible sediment An?mi n
lateredintae-aameway.lt wal prevent the formation of
Calculi, and do away, with those terrible operations,
therefore, BO necessary for their permanent removaL
Ginisof Innalmilahle benefit to ftrmilfta in ihn? Aln?jaQf
so" peculiar to the BOX. and from its tonio, a3 well aa ita
anodyne properties,Tit .'is frequently sopedoY to Iron,
bark, cr ?vdu the electrical remedies. In cases of a peal
Uve tendency to PhthUu, or Conzumptton, Gin, in i
quantities, hy supplying or fuHng up the constant
out of the natural fire of the system, wffl often ent
ward off that awful disease, which carries off one-eU.
of the population of the- United States annually. Pure I
Sin has this peculiar advantage over other diffusible I
stimuli, that it exhilarate* without creating any thirst of I
an unhealthy character, it soothes while it alco excites, J
md ta a powerful nervine ag weg a? an activo tonic
??iNiflrGER's otib LOSDON '"DO??;.-"ors
poaaeses nH the qualities that can bo desired for "tho high?
est and noblest uso of all wines cr liquors.- Ila ingre
LUontsare Ute distilled juices of carefully selected grains,
made. delicately pungent and flavorous wUhthe'aromabo
tincture of the ^ronrper Berry. Age has meBowed ?H
these-mingled aromas, and-glynn ahexquisite madness
a smooth; oily body-and an almost floral odor to the
liquor, which renders lt delicious to the senses, of smell
and taste alike, whOeVlts sparkling Bquld purity loaves
nothing for the eye to desire. -
??The-writer must remark that Meeara. A M. BntxmxB
S Co. merit the gratitude of tie entire medical profes?
sion, ts well as the world at large, for having introduced
? stimulant of such unexceptionable purdy andunequivo
ctl power, both aa a pr?ventive and curativo agent, end*
harmless exhilarative beverage."-Chciniccd Joxtrnol and j
Medical Gazette. '?_fad, mgroos ? January 29
M. STOBEN & GO.
5 JAMES f??REITS ? TBI"?
?o. 729 King street, above Line,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND, FOB SALE,
HIDES, KIP, CAL*
- . SHEEP, GOAT, - and DEER SKINS.
ts \ AISO, :
'<;,; - TALLOW, .. - .
??? ; Xii... ? :>-v*,?-BOaF, and': yj? .' kt "'>.?..?:
~).T?*il?en will do well to can upon na before making, ptir
nhMWi ?. 3?ve always a !2*ge assortment of thc above on
Orders loftatMO?Efc' G???8KrTE ir SON. Nu 4 Ven?
due Baagw^cr at M. STOBEN ft Ca's will be proxepfly;
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
H A R D W A R~E7
Now Landing from Ship Tecumseh.
A LARGE LOT
CONSISTING OF :
Pots, Skillets I v
Hoes, Spades. Locks
Clout and Wrought Nails
Bolt?. Patent Sash Cord
A Uno assortment of American GOODS, in store :
AMES' PLOWS, Hames, Plow Lines, Mould Boards and
Land 8ides, Grind and Mill Stones, Wire Cloth, Powder,
Shot, Cartridges, Cooking Stoves, Wood and Tin Ware,
and a complete stock of FISHING TACKLE.
For sale by
S. R. MARSHALL,
No. 310 KING STREET,
Three doors below Society,
February 25_mw2 Charleston, 8. C.
A G RIC U L T ? R A?7
THE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
A always been beneficial-the only difficulty being to
obtain a genuine article. Before offering BAUGH'S
PHOSPHATE on the market the last season, I submitted
it for analysis to Professor Shepard, of the South Caro?
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed it, and his
opinion has now been verified by actual experiment by
our own Planters, whose testimony I have of the su?
perior excellency of this Phosphate, especially in tho cul?
ture of Cotton, in inmrriTig a good rtand.
J. ISL ROBSON, Agent,
December 10 su nrwfSm? No. -62 EAST BAT.
NO. 140 -MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HOBSE HOSE
Corn Mills, Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters
Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Planters ,
Grain Cradles, Sythes and Suatas
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Hoes
Bice and Grain Fan Mflls
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horse Powers-of aU kinds
Beaning Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners.
AGENTS FOB THE
NONPAREIL WASHING MWM.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
M. 140 M?ETIN& STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
DecemberlO ; ? ,. , r ? , ' .- .mwx3mo
- OP '
rjTHE DNDEB8IGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
i J- NOtlNCTNeh-to Planters -and Farmers that they aro
preparooVto furnish a superior article ?f ?UPEB-PHOS
PHATE OF LIME, manmactured expressly for them,'
and which they can warrant to contain all the elements
necessary to insure a'rapid and mature growth of any
crop to which it may be applied.
Terms^-Slxty dollars per ton cash, or sixty-five dollars
per ton-one quarter cash, and balance 16th December,
with approved factors' acceptance, with Interest at 7 per
cent, from date of purchase.
f LITTLE: ?^ MARSHAXL,
Agricultural Implement Warehouse and Seed Store,
" "" No. .140 Kepttag street .
February IS Sgagg q^os^S^^^pAjBji-rl
.:: ^m&m> NjTRo^?i?^'BH' :~:
S?PER-PHOS?HATE OF LIE
....... .)?- ? .,- . - y-. .:. c< ...
ncmODCCKO J85*. ...'.?,....
FOB COTTON, .?OBHi,1 WHEAT'AND DTHEIt,GBAIN
CHOPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE CHOPS, ?o. - I "~
CONTAINS. 'B?FFICTEHS'- STIMULATING AMMO
NL\OAL Animal Matter.^tproduce rapid growth,
and to insure tho complete appropriation by. ?he plant of
the phosphate* and.' other ingrfidlenta in ute fertilizer '
Without exhausting the sail; does not burn the crops du?
ring drought like Paruvinn Guano, or lose Its strength
by ii? volatilization of the Ammonia, .'-tii-r. .
All its constituent!!, excepting 'the" Sulphuric Acid,
being from Bones, Blood, Flesh, . and .other'-^alisal
sources,, sid not ;from Mtnerri -Phosphate* orUaneral
PhesphaUc Guanos, as in the cw with most of the Su
pcr-Phos - hateen ?ra .in A ?condition, to -become ?rotcily
soluble in the soil, and available as food for plant?.
Warranted, free from, adulterations oed of-vniform
quality*. *B .. . . 1 .
For salo by ' s- . ; "
-X t " '. . SOLE AGENTS, No. mEastBayi
February 1 - , - i ,', , ..
AT;TOR^;?^j AT W0?k
..February? . ... ,^r:-f. :"... ,-.:,;6mo
. j. ^ WITH ALL ~yf-" '.'?: > :
. ,Bailroads::'IvMi^iighoiit |
?" Evei^at^f^^x?ji to tb? safe
and Talnables. XXX.\ ; ?.^X^X:,.:
WILL CALL FOB AND DELWEE ?BEIGEI
TO ANT POIKT ?H : THE CITS '"
I FREE OF CHABGE.
..V : ?Xi-?^&j&P^^
^^^^?1??ft^?^^^o:,M^-rOT "hick apply
, to Mr- T^BLTDEB, at ?he Mills HoueoT
1 '-'- ?_TH0S,?, * 'a-H. GBENEKEB,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Peric?Kcals and Stationery.
A lar o sntoly or STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPH8, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 186?, Etc.
A fine and large selection of NOVELS, by tbemost
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
All the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL. November 8
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, MEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCILS
of superior quality aro manufactured and offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public are invited
. to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL tho pre
1 THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N J J ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ENQINEEMN-Q DEPARTMENT, J
YALE COLLEGE. November IG, 18CG. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrado
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American Polygrado Lean Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them superior to any pencil in use, oven to
tho 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
These pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even tho softest pencils hold the point well;
they ara 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, fpr pencils.
Professor of Drawing, tte
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPED: .
JB5- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without the exact name of the firm :
look to it,_Cmo _December 13
INDELIBLE PENCIL CO.
MANUFACTURE AND SELL CLARK'S PATENT
INDELIBLE PENCIL !
For Marking Linen, &c.
fTTHTS PENCIL IS SIMILAR TC THE ORDINARY
I lead pencil, and will make a clear black marktbat
will remain after years of wear and wjfthing. It ia a great
improvement over ink, aa it win not dry up, :nd can be
used with much greater dispatch and economy, as there is
no risk of blotting. No preparation bein g required except
the dampening of the fabric to be marked, and no trou?
blesome directions to be followed in its use, lt will save
much inconvenience to housekeepers, and all who have
occasion to mark their clothing.
Notices of tate Press.
"The marring, inks Sb commonly used for marking
linen and ether fabrics ore 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 is to be marked thereupon."
s* [St?enfij?c American.
"Ladles will be pleased with tho Indelible Pencil, anew
invention for marking clothes indelibly without risk of
blotting. It will abolish the old plan ot using a pen with
a bottle."-AT. Y. Evening Pott.
"We have seen samples of permanent marking with
thia pencil, which cannot be washed ont"
. [Boston Journal.
"This la the largest Invention for a amallo i e that we
taro saan for a long time. It does away with th c bother,
inconvenience and difficult mode of marking wi Sa ink."
. [Literary Museum.
"CLARK'S PATENT INDELIBLE PENCIL.-We have tried
this celebrated pencil, for marking linen, Ac, and lound
lt to be art 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."-Springfield (Mau.) Republican.
One Pencil will Marls X5O0 Articles.
US- TRAVELLING AGENTS WANTED. Send GO eta.
for a Pencil and Circular. , .
For satehy JULIUS. FLAUM, No. 188 King street; also
hy M-M. QUINN, Up Town News Depot
February 2 .., .. _Imo
! AGCQTJ?? BOOKS
OF ANY SIZE, STYLE OB KIND RULED IO ORDER,
AND MADS TO ANY PATTERN.
Alfi CAP PAPERS.
-OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES.
CONSTANTLY OJT HAND, AND AT - PRICES TO
SUIT THE TTMKS, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
CAP AND M?W
" BILL H?EA13S
. AND.EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED 'AT SHORT NOTICE,
No'. 59 Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. .
j October 33 .' ... \. - mwlBmo ?
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS,
Office ?std Worte?, Paterson, New Jersey
i . WAREHOUSE, No. * DEY STREET. N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND POET
ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS; Flax,
Hemp, Tow,-Oakum ead Bops Machinery; Shafting,
am Gearing, IrSn and Brass Castings ot all kinda:
TIIIIIMSI niiirnq Miililinii TTiffln Bhayggj Slotting and
Hoting Machine?; Gear Cutters; Centreing, inning and
. Batt Catting Maceta?; Chucks of allkfada; Leather
?sd Stabber Belting; Lac? Leather. Belt Hooka, and
Gea eral Suppl!.* for Railroads and other Machine Shops;
Wann ft nnrnf? Patel* Governors. Saw Mflls, Cotton
Otoo, Presses, fte., ect&t^SSjg& ^.^li^.
. I TODD tc RAFFERTY, "
March 00 ly No. i Dey street N. Y.
~t itmi^; SHADES.
HABSBSON BASNET. alANUFACTCBEB AND IK
POSTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES.
Fuit cn and lohn streets. Now York. . * - "~
, MSUn?andQf4ceShadeori?do toorder. . -
_D*?eraber2? ? mwftoo
Remaining Stock of a Country Store-Clothing,
BY G. BULS?H <5? Cu:
THIS DAY, 20th Instant, at 10 o'clock. Trill be soldat
oar auction salesroom. No. 133 Meeting street, ?,
THE HEM AIN ENG STOCK OF A COUNTRY STORE
consisting of Cassimorcs, Flannels, Broadcloths, Alpacas.
Diapers, TowelB, Linen, Lougcioth, Delaines, Poplins,
Soaps, Padlocks. Knives. Scissors, Bazor Strops, Men's,
Women's and Children's Shoes, Felt Hats, Fine Bed
10 dozon assorted Gilt Frame Lookiug-Glosses.
Boya' Suits Clothing, Man's Suits, Cassimcres Coats,
Conditions cash._ February 26
On Account of Underwriters and AU Concerned.
BY JOHN G. MILXOR & co.
THIS DAY, 26th instant, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold, at our
* auction salesroom,
2 cases Copes' Orford ville COTTONADES
23 pieces Slid Pocket Handkerchiefs. 50,000 Percussion
19 gross Suspender Buttons, 9 dozen Pocket Knives
6 dozen Violin Bows, lot Bill Head?.
Conditions cash on delivery._February 25
On account Underwriter? andad concerned-Br'dish
bark James Wilson.
BT JOHN G. MIL ?V OR St CO
On WEDNESDAY, 27tb inst., at half-past 10 o'clock, will
be sold on Vanderhorst's Wharf,
BRITISH BARK JAMES WILSON, OF LIVERPOOL,
3 BEST BOWES ANCHORS, 2 HEDGES
2 Chain Cables-120 .fathoms; 1 Mooring Chain-30
17-inch Tow Lino, 4 Boats
Sails, Stores, Tackle, Apparel and Furniture
3 Iron Tanks, 3 Water Casks.
The above can be inspected any day previous to the
Conditions cash. February 26
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Cash Auction House,
No. 55 Hasel street, opposite Postofficc,
Resular Sales Days every Tuesday and Fri?
day during thc Season.
Will seU TO-MOBBOW, 26th Inst, at 10 o'ciock, on ac- |
count Underwriters and all concerned,
-cases "DUNNEL'S" SPRING PRINTS
-coses White Jaconets, Checks and Swiss Muslin
-cases superior Denims
-coses Domestic Blue Plaids
- coses Mithuen Wheeling Stripes.
SPRING CASSIMERES, Pant Stuff, f ottonados
Tweeds, Cloths, Spring Plaids, Stripes, Blay Linen
Flannels, DeBages, L. B. Hdkfs., Blue Hdkfs., Cambrics.
CLOTHING-PANTS, COAT8, Vests, Jackets, Shirts, Un?
dershirts and Drawers, Neckties, Collars, Ac.
An invoice Men's, Ladies' and Children's BOOTS AND
Men's Drab and Black Felt and Wool Hats, icc.
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS and Small wares. &c
Conditions cash._February 25
Estate Sale-Furniture, Pianos, Gold Walch and
BY B. MCCALL.
TO-MOBBOW, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock, at my of?
fice, No. 61 Broad street, will be sold, by order of the
SUNDRY ARTICLES OF FUBNTTUBE, Ac, belong?
ing to an estate,
CONSISTING ni PART OP:
MOHOGANY HAIR SEAT CHAIRS, Solas, Hockers,
Tables, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Looking Glass,
Washstands, Bedsteads, Beds, Carpets, Pictures, Fire
Irons, Crockery and Chinaware, 1 fine Gold Watch and
Chain, Gold Bracelets, Silver Plated Ware, 1 Rosewood j
Cased Six Octave Piano, 1 Mahogany Cased Piano, Sec.
Conditions cash on delivery.
UNLIMITED ARTICLES received till hour of sale.
BY SAMUEL C. BLACK.
TO-MOBBOW, 26th February inst., I will offer for sale at
auction, at Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock A. M.,
The following PIECES OF PROPERTY :
All that LOT OF LAND, with BUILDINGS thereon,
situated on the northwest corner of Church and Water I
streets, known as No; 26. The House is a two and a half |
story Wooden Building (piazzas facing south), kitchen
and necessary outbuildings. Lot measures 40 feet on
Church street, by 120 on Water street.
A desirable BUILDING LOT, on southeast corner
Short and Franklin streets. Dimensions-83 feet on
Franklin, and 132% feet on Short street. Brick founda?
tions Mold with lot ; balance of bricks already sold.
Conditions.-For Dwelling and Lot corner Water and
Church streets, one-fourth cash; balalnce in one and two
years, Becured by .bond and mortgage of premises; piop
erty to be insured and policy assigned. For Lot corner
Short and Franklin streets cash. Purchaser to pay me
for papers._wfmtn4_February 26
BY MILLIGAN, ME LC HERS Si CO.
On WEDNESDAY next, 27th inst, at the Wharf foot of I
Vendue Bange, at ll o'clock, we will Bell
A SCHOONER, 24 tons burthen, well found, and in
Terms cash._* February 25
Sale of Underwriters and all concerned of Goods
damaged on board Steamer Anda'usia,from Net?
York lo this port.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS Ai SONS.
WEDNESDAY, 27th inst at ll o'clock, we win sell at our
salesroom. No. 36 Hayne street,
1 Case BROWN LINEN DRILL.
2 Cssss MOSQUITO NETTING.
To Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HA^me A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE
manufacture of CLOTHING for the WHOLESALE
TRADE in oil its branches, I would like to associate my?
self with a party or parties who can command a certain
amount of capital to engage in- the above business.
Southern capitalists will do well to take the above into
consideration, as they will not only have their Goods as
well made up, with regard to workmanship and nt as can
be done in any of the Northern cines, besides giving efdkf !
ployment to numberless needy families In our midst ?
am get tin rup a lot of samples of SPRING- AND BUM?
MER GOOD 3, which can be seen at any time next week
at my Store, No. 36 Broad street
Agent for West's Spring, Summer, and. Monthly Report '
of Fashion- _ 3 _Febrnary 23
DOZ. OF ALL COLORS, JUST RECEIVED
February 23_ 3 ? Ne. 263 King street
.New York Prize Association,
. . Hb.- 599 BROADWAY, JV. Y.
ROSEWOOD "TA?OS, MELODEON8, SEWING
- MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER
WARE,. EINE .GOLD AND .*
r . .'J: SILVER WATCHES,
;-~ -AND .
. VALUED AT
11/ILL BE DISTBIB?TED AS FOLLOWS : THE
VV name and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well
?"Wart. - On receipt of 25 cents, an envelope <vT??iTiiT?f.
such ticket win be drawn without choice, and delivered
at our office, or sent by mall to any address. The pur?
chaser after seeing what article it drawB and its vatua
which may be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange lt for any other-article marked
on our circular at the same value, fivery ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. Ko sunw.
Our petrona can depend : on fair, honorable dealing.
The ?r?ele drawn wifl be delivered at our omeo, regard
less'af Its value, or promptly sent aa directed, by return
mail, or express.
Letters from many, persons acknowledging, the receipt
of valuable gifts from us, may be seen on ale .at our of?
fice, among whom woore permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lambertvffle, N. J., gold watch, value
$260; Mrs. 8. Bennett, No. 252Cumberland street, Brook?
lyn, ?ewing macbine? $80; Edwin Hoyt Stamford, Conn.,
gold lover watch, value ?200;.Hon. B. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond pin, $175 ; JSC. Sutherland, No.
100 Lexington avenue, piano, $350"; Mrs. M. Jackson, Ho.
20S- Nmeteihth street, N. X., sewing machine; fett>; Jos.
Camp,. Elmira, H.' Y.,- melodeoa, $250; Miss L. Collins,.
Atlanta, Ga.,' diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Henry
Smith. Worcester, Masai, sewing machine. $86: H. Shaw,
No. 133?th street, N..Y-, gold watch; $160; Edw. Boyn?
ton, NiShTiHe, Tenn., melodeon, $100; James Bussell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch;- $260;' K. T.
Smith, Providence, K. I., silver lever watch, $B0;" Osear
Purdy, Madison, N. J., muslo box, ?5; Han. B. 8. New?
ell. St Paul's,. Minn., gold watch, 3185; J. B- Sperry,
LMcftfteMfc Corm.j--saver watch; $66; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, Bis., music box, $75; Wm. Raymond. Dayton. Ohio,
silver tea act, $125; .Mise E. X.Schenc5, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond ear rings, -4226; ?. Pierre Besudln, St Charles'
Hrftel. New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes, St Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $125. ".'
LIST OP '^^RTICIJES';1 ! 'i
TO BE SOLD FOB ONE DOLLAR EA ?tft ~
And not to be paid for unta you know what you hove
? . ? drawn.
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth_.$200 CO to 606 Ott
30 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases...... 10000to2?80
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 times. .. 16 00 to 160 00
100 Sewing Machinas .. 60 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Tea Sots.. 25 00 to 160 CO
2?? R?ver Kevolving Patent Castors.. 1608 to .4000
100 Sliver Fruitcake Baaketa ........ 16 CO to 8500
LO00 tk^SflVOT Tea and .Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 4500
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches. ".... 100 00 to 250 00
100 Diamond Bipgs, Cluster, Ac. ?0 00 to 200 00
209 Gold Watches................... 60 co to loo 00
300 Ladies'Gold Watches . ........... 6000to 85GO
LOCO SilverWatoheB.................... 2500to 8000
3,000 Vest Chains............ 6 00 to 2500
2.000 pairs Ear Bings (new styles)_. . 160 to 2 00
2,000 Necklaces.... 3 00 to 7 00
2,500 Gold Pencils. 300to 800;
8,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches. 6 00 to 1000.
3,000 Lava and Florentina Brooches.... 4 00 to 600
1,600 MasoxdePms .................... 400 to 90S
1,600 QoU Watch Kaya (new pattern)... * 50 to 7 60
2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs. 160 to 600
2,600 Enamellod Hloeve Buttons.. 2 50 to 1000
6,000 Plain Gold and Chaaed Rings..... 4 60 to 1000
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings.. 2 60 to 10 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all eiios. 25040 700
10,000 Sets of Ladles'Jewelry. ?00 to 2000
4,000 Watch (Iharr?(each)............, 300 to 6 60
AOOO GoMPen?,Sa.ex.OaaeaAPenc?s. 4 60to 700
5,000 Genfs Breast and SesrfPins...... 3 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladios' new style Belt Buckles- 4 00 to 800
2.000 ChatelBtns an?f Guard Chains. 7 50 Co 2000
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 1600
6,000 Bets Ladies' Brooch and Ear Drops 6 00 to 12 00
iOGOGcldOrOsses..-...-..' 1 50 to 600
6,000 Oval Band Bracelete....... 8 00 to 2000
2,000 He*Ty Gold Chain Bracelet?.. 25 00 to 40 00
2,090 BaB Ear Drops, aH colora......... 300 to TOO
2,000 asi? stylo Jet ?nd Gold Esr Drops, soo to "roo
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mfd Ebony Hold. 450to- 7 00
Lady's Set?, new styles, Cut CrystaL-Ul Jet, Hard Rub?
ber, Aaa;; ftc.* .
: ?*""r A chaaoeto obtain any of tho above articles for
Ona DoBar by pt-t-rokaagng a sealed op*-elope.for 96 cent?.
Entire sattsfactton guaranteed to Ul.
MftT 6 Uclteto for One Dotar. 13 lor.Two DoBars, 33 for
Five Dollars. Great inducemente to Agents. -
letters shonW oe addressed
J, Bi. RAT & CO.,
" Ho. C89-BBOADWAY, NEW YORK.
December 28 .; . sato -
rrXBH UNDEB?IGKKD ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART'
X NEBS, and propose to prachoe In tb? STATE
COURTS Ot? ?AWAED EQUITY tor the Districts of
BarnwaB, Beftnfort and Coneton, under the name and
^.et'?^tn?^esent, at GHXIBONVILLE, South
Carolina. , B. J. DAVANT.
Narvenib?r23 fm J. C. HAVANT.
CoiUeiUs of a Retail Dry Goods . Store Declining
BY F. BACKUS.
Will bo ?Ohl THIS MORNINO, at 10 o'clock, at my ?torc,
No. ISC Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Howl,
ouNHisTiKa or ;
BOO pairs MEN'S BOOTS. SHOES AND BALMORALS
200 pairs Ladles' and Misson' Gaiters.
MEN'S PANTS, COATS AND VESTS, WHITE AND
Shirts and Under Shirt? and Drawers, Silk Neck Ties,
and 200 boxes Paper Collars, (tc.
PIECES MUSLINS AND CALICOES AND LADIES'
MEN'S DRAB JkVS> BLACK FELT HATS
Ladies' Straw Bonnets
20(1 dozon Spool Cotton
Scissors, Fine Pocket Knives, Umbrellas
Worsted, Braid, Hair Pins, Buckles for Coats and Pants
Suspenders. 1 piece Tailor's Canvass, Accord oana
Hair Oil and Pomade, and 1 Colt's Revolver, bo.
Conditions cash. February 25
Ilegutar Sale-Dry Goods, otc.
BY .?. dc Vf', Itu OX.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock A. M., at their salesrooms. No.
138 Meeting street opposite Pavilion Hotel, will be
A VARIETY OF DRY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, SHIRTINGS. Longdown, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs, Furnishing Goods, Thread, Buttons,
LOT OF FANCY GOODS
Boots and Shoe?
Hats, kc. ?
Conditions cash. February 25
Stock of a Country Store lobe Sold on Account All
BY WILBUR, di SON.
THIS DAY, 25th instant, at our salesroom, corner State
and Chalmers streets, at lOJi o'clock, will be sold, on
account of all concerned.
WHITE AND COLORED HOSIERY, Cambric Hand?
kerchiefs, Misses' and Children's Shoes, Meu's Shoos,
Suspenders, Black Tea, Segara, Whiskey. Clothing, and 4
fine Gold Patent Lever Double-Cased Watches, and lot
Conditions cash. _February 25
0*er $20,000 worlli of Furniture al Auc.ion.
BY R. M. mARSHALL dc BRO.,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
THIS DAY, 25th February, commencing at 10 o'clock,
an cr to be continued every day until the whole is dis?
THE BURNITURE OF THE PLANTERS' HOTEL, at <tf
the corner of Church and Queen streets, Charleston, 8.
C. Everything was new from the manufactories about
four months ago. an ft 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 Safe, 1 splendid Bar Counter.
4 Hotel Settees, 6 dozen Spittoons. ;
Winos, Liquors, Segars, and a great variety too ?me?
rolia to mention. ?_
30 double sets and SO single seta CHAMBER FURNI?
3000 yards Carpeting and Marting
150 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 Chesnnt Extension Tables.
Terms cash. Artides will be delivered on Monday and
Tuesday, 4th and 5th March, und any articles not then
paid for will be re-sold on accoantand risk of purchasers.
esr The Columbia Carolinian, Daily Press. Augusta,
and Savannah News and Herald will please give throe in?
sertions each, with local notice, and send bill to R. M.
M. & Bro. February 25
Nine Splendid BiUiardtTdbles, tte., at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
On THURSDAY, 28th inst, at ll o'clock, will be so'.d at
the southwest corner of Market and Meeting streets,
9 Phelan & Collender's Standard American BIL?
4 dozen Arm Chairs, 4 Marble Basins, 1 Large Mirror,
1 Clock. 1 lot Spittoons, 150 Caes and Rack, 1 Stove and
Pipe. A large lot of Oil Cloth, Glassware, Gas and Bar
The above articles are aa good as new, having been
used but a few months. They mays in the meanwhile, be
treated for at private sale on application to R. M. M. &
Bro., No. 33 Broad street
February 25 thstnwth5
A Valuable Wood Tard and Wliarf Property at
the fool of Chestnut, near Spring street, at Auc?
BY I. S. KC. BENNETT.
On THURSDAY, tho 28th instant without reserve, at IL
o'clock, near the old Custom House, at the corner of
Broad and East Bay streets, I will scHat auction.'
All that valuable WHARF PBpPERTY AND WOOD
YARD, located at the foot of Chestnut street, near the
Toll House of tho New Bridge Company. This property.,
which measures 70 feet in width byJ42 feet in depth, Is
op enclosed, with a substantial Whait; built of palmetto
logs and pine timber. It has a depth of water at low tide
of 4}4 to 5 feet On tho premises there is a comfortable
Building, with stables and patt houses. It ia at pr?sent
used successfully as a Wood Yard, and is an exceedingly
valuable site for mill purposes.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers. February 25
' The Lot, unth new Brick Buildings thereon, at tue
southeast corner of Calhoun and Wall greets,
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
On THURSDAY. 28th instant without reserve, al li
o'clock, near the old Custom House, at .the corner .of
Bread and East Bay streets, I vriU sell, at action,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, located ot. the southeast
comer of Calhoun and Will streets, measuring on Cal?
houn BtreotH)feet, on Wall street 83 feet, on the south
line 55 feet, and on the east line 108 feet, be* the same
more or less. . :'>''
On this Lot there is a new sobstantinl two and aihalf
story Brick Building, containing; seven rooms, with slate
roof, guttering, and fine datero. It ia finished as a Store
and Bar Room on first story, and on the second story and'
attics as a Dwelling. There Is also on the Lot another
two story Brick Building, containing four rooms, open?
ing on Wall street, which can be occupied as distinct pre?
mises if desired. Altogether thia is on exceedingly val
nablo business stand, and worthy the attention of per?
r Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers. February 25
Solos EVERY EVENING at 7 o'dock, by KILROY & Co?
No. 339 King-street, of a general assortment of DSY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods. Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. February 8
THE INFAMOUS -PRACTICE ' OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become so common, that a genuine
article ls the exception, it is of vital, importance to those
requiring lt for Family Use and Invalids, that it should
be of undoubted purity and efficacy.
We BOOB pleased to "notice that the old and popular Wine
Importers, BTNTNGER & CO., No. 15 Beaver street, New
York, are very opportune in calling the attention of tami
lies to their -.- ..
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they Bay,' that, "With' a view to meeting the
popular demand for a reliable Brandy in ita natural state, '
free from alcoholic flavor and imparities, and fully appro
dating the fact that it is often recommended, by the Modi- <
cal Faculty as a sustaining stimulant, when aH other re?
medies,fail, we are now bottling and selling at reasona?
ble raies a Brandy of our own importation from one of
the most responsible Houses la France, and. known cs.
"BERINGER'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC.^ ! ?? ,
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominent
Druggists. . - s6mo . Feoraarya -
Jb\ M. BURDELL, : C
G-K3STBHAL " '.' ; ..'
IIAAJUVMJJUIVJUJKI WMmVMMMSm : V;?
?avALL DEVOTE HTMSBTjF TO THE PCit?JHABB''"
TY and aale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS. '
Office at the earner of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, In basement of State Bank, where ?septos
may. be seen. .... 'tu ->3?.:V.II.-%
BtlHwa-Mr. C. M. Fnrmaa, Mr. Theodora D. .
Wagner.'Messrs. John Fraserk Co., Messrs. .Mordecai tc i
Co., Mesera. W. CL Dukes & Co., Messrs. Gotudm,^
Matihlnssnn Ic Co., Charleston, S. C. . ..' -' :'",
1 October 34 ? .'. mfm?6>o.., ?
WILBUR & SOI, ??
GENE RAL 'M??W?i?? RS
OFTTCB AND''SALES COOMSj-- '?'?-'-.;
Wo?. 13 atad 15 State ateMjtBZttl Nos. X and 3
CbtUmeca stmet,. VifETVil
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April 9 . ?? .? - ? A.. mwriyr
Timber and Lraab?r Measurer,
OVER 8TKTNMEYES & SON'S. OFFICE, ' ?
ft;,.>'?3ai-v';>..?. ?tvi?- ?'
Clair kc's Platting Mill,'
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January 23.. ~'"' ' ~ wfmLiio/.
SOUTHERN AND - NOBTHEKN ORDERS FILLED ON
- COMMISSION: _ -
Office of JoliaP. NewMrt,
Sb 127 BEADE-STREET, OOIOrEIt HVDSOS)
? Z N?iW :Y.O?k-.'' .
?S-Agency for -BSTTOK'S PREMIUM TEKNTOK'
CRACKERS, AH ordora ?cat. wiU 1^ prunip?y attended
.to. _: . . , .gatos'-. 3 Dtcambev-??' :~
E. M. -Wi<???r, I
C0?0NEE A$1) JUGlBTEAm;
RAS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FROM CHALME?3.?
a*ert to ' Hci -SS:'- OTinscH OTBEET.'ooa ??ior:
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