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TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1867.
" OUB THANKS are tendered to Mr. F. 0. YOGLEB,
of the Market Street News Depot, for copies of the
Hound Table and the Staats Zeitung.
COBONOB'S INQUEST.-Coroner WHITING was called
upon to hold an inquest on Sunday morning over
the body of an unknown freedman found doa ti ug-in
Cooper River. A jury was empanneHed, who re?
turned a verdict of death from drowning.
UNITED STATES COURT-Zn Admiralty-Hon..
GEO. S. BBYAN presiding.-PATBICK MOCAKMEZ.
TS. the Schooner William & John. On motion of
J. B. COHEN, Esq., proctor for claimant, the vessel
was released from arrest, on entering into a stipu?
lated bond with the Marshal in double the amount
claimed in the libel.
LABOE AUCTION SAXE.-One of the largest sales
of the season was commenced yesterday, at the
Planters' Hotel, by Messrs. R. M. TVTA'WBHAT.T. & BBO.
This sale comprised the entire furniture of that
hotel, including pianos, wines, segara, and a num?
ber of different articles.. ? large crowd was in at?
tendance, and the bidding commenced spiritedly,
bdt the extensive nature of the sale precluded its
close on one day, and it will be continued from day
io day, until the entire lot is sold. It is rare that
such wholesale inducements are offered to house?
keepers, and all who have an eye to the main
chance will attend and secure whatever they think
tho most needful, as the assortment ia ?;ried and
admits of the closest scrutiny. ... ? '". .
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MASONIC PR?SENTATION.-The officers and mem?
bers of Friendship Lodge No. 9, A. F. M., at their
monthly communication in January, resolved to i
preseD t a suitable testimonial to P. M. Bro. A. Mo- j
Boso, in appreciation of his zeal and energy in the i
work of the Lodge during the past three years.
The committee appointed to carry this resolution
into effect procured a very handsome silver salver
and goblet, with a sui tale inscription. Bro. ASHEB
D. COHEN, Chairman, presented the testimonial in
a few chaste, eloquent, and appropriate remarks,
ard Bro. MOROSO responded in s most feeling man?
MUNIFICENCE.-Among the donations made to
< ' "ward the fund now being raised to release the bells
from the Custom House, was $30 from n, former
citizen of Charleston. The old love of "home,
sweet home1' is all-enduring, and if the facts con?
cerning the bells were more generally known,
there would be many who would gladly respond to
the calls made upon their generosity. The exam
? pie is one that is easily imitated, and if every one
who has fond recollections of St. Michael's chimes
would hut lend a helping hand, th ey would be soon
redeemed from the warehouse, and sound the glad
tidings ef freedom exultingly.
SSNGEBBTJND.-The members of this Club had a
pleasant entertainment last; night at their hau,
corner King and liberty streets. A very fine dra?
matic piece had been prepared for last night, but
one of. the ebief performers being prevented by
sickness from taking part, it was. necessary tb
change the programme, which was done, and' the
audience was amused for an hour and a half with
Tarions devices-burlesques, wax-figures, dia?
logues, etc., interspersed with vocal and instru?
mental music. At the conclusion of these exer?
cises the chairs were removed, and the hall con?
verted into e ball-room. Everything passed off ?
. CUSTOM HO DBE APPROPRIATION.-By ? private
dispatch received in this city yesterday, the grati?
fying infoxmiition was obtained that an appropria
tion of $40,000 will bc made towards the comple?
tion of the new Custom House. This hag been
owing principally to the efforts, of the Collector,
Dr. A. Q. MACKEY, who has been in Washington
for the last ten days. The sum named: has : been
placed in the general Appropriation Bill, and' we
are informed there TB little doubt but that it will
meet with the assent of both the Senate - and -the
House. $40,000 will form quite a respectable
nucleus to commence operations upon!. It is a
sign that the Radical heart ia softening, and" ia a
promise of good things to come inthe f nture, and
the thanks of the comm anity are due the Collector
for his exertions in procuring this appropriation;
" THE TUBE, FIELD AND FARM."-We would com?
mend to our people this - most excellent weekly,
published in New York and edited with exceeding
ability. Eschewing1- politics, and not interfering
with religious or other matters that promote dis?
cussions which are likely to do more harm than
good, this periodical endeavors to collect and dis?
pense information to" all who follow1 tho noble pro?
fession of 'tillers of the soil," and to furnish com?
petent instruction to young beginners in agricul?
ture. It is also devoted to encouraging the manly
exercises that gentlemen should indulge in, and
.furnishes a record of racing and trotting matches,
hilliards, base ball, chess, and other gamea that
the genteel portion' of society usually indulge in.
3h fact, the Turf^Fl?? and J^?Vju?^one'of ]
those agreeable sheets that affords pleasure to all
who read it.
We are indebted to Mr. RmwAyn MOGBEGOE Jr.,
Agent, who "a in the city, for a copy of this inter?
STEAK MABINS RAILWAY -We foam that:a pro?
ject is on foot for building a Steam' Marine Rail?
way for our harbor .which will be capable of taking
np vessels of 800 feet length or less. The draw?
ings m*vy be seen at the office of Messrs. BON
NEAE, rf AT/ft A Co., No. 56 East Bay. The idea, we
believe, is to raise a stock company of one hundred
thousand doHara, placing the shares at ono hun?
dred dollars each-making ono thousand shares in
all-$50 to be paid on each share"on the organiza?
tion of the Company, the balance ($50) three
months after, if called for. We learn that it is 'the
intention of the projectors to do the whole work
in the city of Charleston,-which, if so, will give
employment to many hundred persons who are
now idle. We are also informed that the entire
structure will be of iron, thus obviating the de?
struction by worms. However, full particulars
can be had at the office of Messrs. BONNEAU, TTAT.T.
SODA WATER.-With the warmth of spring comos
pleasing recollections of those co fiat; beverages
that, while they allay the thirst, do not inflame
the brain. Messrs. WM. 8. Cowra & Co., knowing
the wants of the community, and recollecting the
popularity of thek establishment fcvst season, navet
reopened their fountain, and are now prepared to
furnish the public vu th desi-, owl and sparkling
soda, and mth every variety'of syrup/ There* ?re
few in the Community who have not enjoyed a sip .
of the celebrated Polar beer, and they will be |
pleased to learn that it will be again on tap," and
wilL no doubt, receive it with ample encourage-'
No. 259 King street needs but little recommend?
ation, for it is already known as- the- coolest spot
on King street, and when the days become warmer
its capacity will have to be increased in order to
accommodate the visitors. By reference to ah ad?
vertisement in another column it will be seen that
Messrs. WM. S. COBWTN & Co. do not limit their
attractions, but offer inducements that will repay
THE BALTIMORE Sun of the 23d, in referring to
the proposed relief to South Carolina planters j
particularly in Sumter District, says : "The pro?
ject which we mentioned some days since for ob?
taining loans in this city on the acceptances of
Messrs. Gi YESEB, LEE, SMITH & Co., cotton
factors of Charleston, secured by first hens on the
crops of planters to whom advances should be
made, under the laws cf South Carolina, we leam,
is being entertained to such extent by some of
our capitalists and business men as will probably
ensure encouraging success. Some subscriptions
have been made in influential quarters, and the
measure will be further prosecuted among the
"husineas community. The money is desired chiefly
for supplying provisions for the laborers on the
cotton plantations, without which the crops for
the present year must be meagre in the extensive
Sumter District, where the blacks are now fonnd
abundantly willing to work. Baltimore, by reason
of her steamship lines, can be made tho market
or final shipping point for the cotton of that re?
gion, and all such measures as this must tend to
secure the trade and make this the point of supply
for the planters now and hereafter.'' The project
is one worthy of grave consideration, ancl Sumter
District is not the only one ?hat could be bene
fitted by the Baltimore capitalists.
MATOB'P CODBT, February 25.-Mary Brown, a
female darkey, blessed with an extraordinary
"high temper," who had let out some of it on a
gentleman in the street, and a great quantity on a
policeman, was fined $5 as a kind of damper.
An individual who was driving his cart furiously
through the streets was made to pay $5.
Sarah Atkinson and Martha Ann, two street
-walkers, of dark complexion, who were hustling
children and others from the side walk on Saturday
night, were fined each $5,
SA woman of^otorably dece A appearance, v
had been knocked down by John Barleycorn s
screamed so loud and continuously as to alarm i
neighborhood, was fined $5.
Susan Hutson, an old customer, who got tig
and warm on yesterday, atad, supposing Bhe v
burning, run into tho street and cried fire, paid
and was put out this morning.
Two men, who had occupied the pavement at
bed, after filling themselves with whiskey, w<
fined $5 each, and throe persons who had be
smoking on the wharves paid their amounts, whi
closed the business of this morning.
. SPECIAL DISTRICT COURT-Hon. GEO. S. BM
presiding.-Ex parte John Lewis-Petition 1
Rabea? Corpus.-The petitioner was tried by
military commission, held in this city on May 81
1866, for assault and battery with intent to* kill, a
was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment,
hard labor, according to the direction of the Gei
ral Commanding. This sentence was approved
that officer and- the prisoner confined' in th? ja
His application was made by tis counsel, and
writ served on the Sheriff, which was retamal
yesterday, and the following return was mai
to the presiding Judge:
That, on the 28d day of October, 1866, the j ul
Charleston District was turned over hythe mi
tary authorities to the Sheriff of sanie District
one of the conditions of the deb very being tb
the Sheriff should retain such prisoners as we:
cou?ned by the military authorities. That in a
cordance with this condition he holds the sai
John Lewie in his custody, by virtue of a sentent
imposed by a military commission, on May 8U
1866, and this ie the cause of the detaining of tl
said John Lewis.
On motion of the counsel, the Judge signed th
following order: "It appearing from the return <
JKO. E. CAREW, S. C D., that he does not hold th
prisoner, but under an arrangement made wit]
the military, authorities at the time when the j a
was turned over;and upon this showing it appear
that in cider to a full hearing in this case, an
that all the substantial parties to this issue shoul
be before'the Court, a notice of this applicatio
should be served upon th? proper miHtary author
ties having command of the United States force
at this point:
"It is therefore ordered that a copy of this orde
be served by the Marshal of this Court upon tb
military officer commanding the State of Sont
Carolina, notifying him to appear at the Unite
States Court House to-day, at 10 P. M., andahoi
cause, if any he have, why the said applican
should not be discharged from prison."
DEATH OP AW OLD COTIZEN.-One by one,'as th
leaves fall to the ground, our old and honore >
j citizens are passing away. But few of them hay
I ever occupied a more prominent place in the his
tory of their country . than the subject- ofthi
sketch, the Hom ISAAC E. HOLMES. A: gradu?t
pf Princeton College, and early raised to the bai
I he soon became a. popular politician, and wa g elect
ed to the State Legislature for many years.
The faith entertained in his opinions by his con
stituents remained unshaken, and they fuzthe:
testified their appreciation of his talents by elect
in g him to Congress in the plac? of the Hon
I HUGH S. LEGARE. He filled this exalted positioi
with honor to himself and country, and always up
held the dignity of his native State. While a mern
ber of that body he delivered a glowing eulogy upoi
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, and was a member of the
committee appointed; to convey the honored re
mains lo^ftettfl^rtnting.plac?;^ ?V\i.;?..8?1'.-:
Mr. HOLMES continued to fill these public posi
tiona with the full confidence of bis fellow-citizen*
in bis abbi ty as a politician'and iii his character ai
a gentleman, until bis retirement from public life
He then reston od the practice of his profession
but finding the field somewhat circumscribed, re?
moved to Sau Francisco, whore he remained foi
some years. On his return he avoided all political
debates; but in the . great struggle for libertj
through which we have passed, he preseived thc
same convictions that had influenced him for years,
and which were the favorite doctrine of bin State.
At the close of tho war, in compary with othei
distinguished gentlemen, he visited the scene ol
biB err ?j Hie and represented to President JOHN?
SON tne true state of the country. His benevolence
of character endeared tim to a largo circle ol
friends, and his death wi J be felt by all who eyei
came in contact with him. Though enfeebled'by age.
bis faculties remained unimpaired to the last, and
with the dawning of spring he passed from dark?
ness into light and immortality. . :
DARING BDBOLABT.-A bold and successM bur?
glary was committed, on the night of the 21st, al
Ito premises pf Mr. JAS. KENNY, in Greenhill
'street, by three colored men named Berwick, Jas.
Harris or Harrison, and John She deb. An en?
trance was effected by placing a plank against the
second storywindow, and the parties once inside
soon made free.'with Mr. KENNT 'S property. An
iron chest, containing ?110 in gold, $10 or $12 in
silver, $135 rn' greenbacks, $40 or $50 in State
money, and $2000 in Confederate money, besi des
a half-dozen silver spoons, papers, title deeds, VJ.,
were carefully removed and handed ont of the win?
dow. Mr. KENNY'S pockets were then rifled of a
portmpnaie oontaing two $100 bills; and the entire
operation performed with such secrecy that the
lose was not discovered until the next morning.
Notice of the robbery was furnished to Lient.
HENDRICKS aili A. M. on Friday, and by 8 P. M. two
of the birds',- Hams-and Sh?d?ll; we're < iged. On
receiving the information, Lieut. H. glaced the
matter in the hands of Officers METER an ? FARRELL,
but. the whole force were notified. At 1 o'clock
Officers HELOT and DAVIS struck tho trail, and by
following if, up, in company with those first nam?
ed, they fficcoodod'in arresting the parties at a
house' in Cannon street,, where they were attend?
ing a dance. The noble j pair, chad Tigged them?
selves up bi the height of the fashion, and the
clothes would' have reflected credit on any tailor.
It was th? oesi disguise they could have assumed,
and the metamorphosis was so great as almost to
stagger the "wily detectives, but they knew their
game, and fine feathers could not lead them,
An in vestigation at the office elicited not only
tho mode of robbery, but where the goods had
been concealed. After leaving the house, the chest
was taken to the comer of King and Lamboll
streets and broken open with an axe ; tho money
and valuables were secured and distributed among
them, while the papers and Confdeorate money-were
hidden in an outhouse; the ohest was then thrown
down a dry well. Their first investment was the
gorgeous array, in which they had decked them?
selves, and which waa considerately taken from
them, and their old 'bioth?s restored." On search?
ing their persons, seventy-five dollars in gold and
thirty-four dollars in currency was found on Harris,
and on Shedeb twenty-five'dollars in gold and
some currency, besides the pocket-book, which was
subsequently identified by Mr. KENNT. It is
supposed that Berwick, who is still at large, ha B
? the remainder of the money that is not yet spent.
The chest and papers were found at the corner of
King and Lamboll streets, as has been stated, and
r?bemgshowntoMr. KENNY were instantly re?
cognized as his property.
The arrest'was made under peculiarly difficult
circurnatancea, and on but a slight cue. The offi?
cers who conducted the affair deserve the greatest
praise for the diligence which was used to effect
the arrest. The criminals ore old and noted
offenders, and are. well acquainted with the interior
of the jail. They have only recently left that in?
stitution , being a part of those pardoned by the
Governor. The di?astrous result of his clemency
has been clearly proved, and the community will
sleep easier when they know that these rascals are
again secured. Berwick's haunts are wei1, known,
and it will not be long before the iHustrious trio
will be again united in jail bonds.
THE COMBINATION OF INGREDIENTS used in making
"Brovm's Bronchial Troches" is such as to give the
best possible effect with safety. The TrocheB are
used always with good success, and are widely
known aa the best remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Throat Diseases, and Asthmatic troubles.
WH vr more can be desired to the sufferer from
Asthma or Consumption, than the assurance that
MARSDENS PECTORAL BALM hos hever failed
to relieve and eire. To make assurance doubly
sure, ho has instructed his agents to refund the
amount in any instance where it fails. For sale foi
DO WEE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & Co., Agents.
In spite of your teeth,
Both above and beneath,
Being lightly enamel'd and thin.
They will never break down,
Nor turn yellow nor brown,
If the SOZODONT'S daily brushed in.
February 26 tus2
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
? per, &c.;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Fooks bound in any style, or Account
', Books made to order, with any desired pattern o
niling, go to HIRAM HAB?IS, NO. 59 Broad stree
m Auction Sales Tills Day?
MCKAY k CAMPBELL will sell this day, at their cash
auction house, No. 66 Hasel-street, at 10 o'clock, on as?
sortment of clothing, dry goods, boote and shoes, notions,
laney gooda, &c .
B. MCCALL will sell this day, at bia office, No. ?1
Brood street, at ll o'clock, sundry articles of furniture,
pianos, gold watch and chain, kc.
CTAMUEL C. BLACK will sell thia day, at the old postof
flce at ll o'clock, a lot of land, with buildings thereon,
on the northwest corner of Church and .Water streets;
also, a desirable building lot on the southeast corner of
Short and Franklin streets.
WiU be sold this day at the old custom house, at ll
o'clock, under the direction of JAMES TUPPER, Esq.,
Matter in Equity, a plantation and tract of land in Sa
Paul's Parish, Colleton District, known aa the '-Jericho
MTT.ES DRAKE will sell thia day, at bia atore, corner of
King and Liberty streete, at 10 o'clock, a large variety of
dry goods, clothing, kc.
MILLIGAN, MELOHERS k Co. will sell thia day, at
their atore, No. 22 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, billiard
tables, furniture, and a variety of other articles.
JEFFORDS k Co. will sell thia day, before thah* store,
No. 27 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, sugar-cured hams,
strips, aldea, shoulders, &c.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's Wharf, at 10
o'clock, bacon shoulders, butter, bama and lard.
HENRY COBLA k Co. will sell thia day, in front of their
store. Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, salmon, candles,
starch, sugars, kc.
LAURET k ALEXANDER will sell thia day, before their
store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, shoulders, bama,
I stripe, lemons, kc.
j " Fail ? in the Lexicon of Youth,
Which Fate reverse? to a bright Manhood,
There's no euch word as FAIL I"
And in the history of Dyspeptic Man there need be no
gloomy future full of hypochondriacal fears, for one
draught of the wonderful appetizer and healer, Planta?
tion Bitters, will scatter the dark clouds of Despondency
and bid Hope "tell her flattering tale" again. For
Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heaviness, Languor,
Headache and Low Spirits, thia lathe only remedy. If
you are Buffering from Dyspepsia or any ol tts attendant
"evils, nee Plantation Bitters, and you will find there ia
"no auch word as fail 1"
February 36 ,.. ... ......, .tuths3
Al THE Drug Store of - J. B. BUSSELL, NO. 238 Sing
street, ia dispensed, at all hours of the day, SODA WA?
TER, clear aa crystal and cold aa CHARITY. ' 3*
ASESOLE TRIAL OE MES. WINSLOW'S SOO THIN O SYRUP
for children teething, never yet failed to relieve the baby
and overcome the prejudices of the mother. It will re?
lieve the poor little Bufferer immediately. It not only
frees the child from pain, but regulates the stomach and
howe's, circs wind colic, corrects acidity, and cures dys?
entery and diarrhoea. Gi vos rest and health to the child,
an<:l comforts the mother.
Thirty-five centra bottle.'
Be sure and call for . -
"MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the fae simile of " CURTIS k PERKINS" on the
outside wrapper. AU others are base imitations. .
. For salo b y DO WIE k MOISE, No. 161 Meeting afreet,
opposite the Charleston Hotel..
February 23 . . ituthd
For restoring strength, and appetite, use the. groat,
So'jthern Tonic, PANKNIN'B HEPATIC BTTTSKJ ?nd: yon
will not be disappointed. For sale by all druggists. tu
To PLANTERS.-If you wish Fertilizers, apply to J. N
ROBSON, No. 62 East Bay, who has always a huge stock,
and on ti a ta Mt favorable terms.
November 29 BU thstu?moe
-Tira PHOINES baa a large circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts, of the State. Advertising
rates aa reasonable os the stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant Merchants and'others wishing to use
the columns of the paper win address
i j ... ..? JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 . Columbia, 8. 0.
THE TIMC TO ADVERTISE IN THE
Tho Daily South Carolinian at Columbia, is now sent
to every Poatofflce in the State. Being the officiel paper
of the State, it wfll bo found at the present time espe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring tb avail
themselves of a very large circulation.
MOST EXPEDITIOUS BOTTE TO
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THE ATLAN?
TIC AND GULP RAILRO AD.
TO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH, 1867.
"TLaEE FROM CHARLESTON .TO JACKSONVILLE,
FLA, 32 HOURS."
I. MAIL TRAIN-WEST. .
Leave! Savannafci .?.?J,..... j.... .r.....'. : 8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Thomasvilla..... 7.46 AM.
Arrive at Live Oak... 6.30 A.M.
Arrive at Jacksonville. 12.40 P. M.
Arrive at Tallahassee..'. S.29 P. M.
, MAIL TRAIN-EAST.
Leavo Tallahassee. 10.15 A M.,
Leave: Jacksonville..'... 2.10 P. M.
LeaveLive Oak...8.80 P. M
Lcave Thomasv?le. 6.46 P.M.
Arrive at Savannah. 6.00 A. M.
'Ilils Train win not leave Savannah on Saturday night,
nor Live Oak and Thomasv?le on Sunday night Pas?
sengers per steamer from Charleston connect with this
Train on their arrival in Savannah.
Baggage checked through to Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
Monticello, Quincy, Lake City, and all Way Stations.
! H. 8. HAINES,
February 20 6 tuthaS General Superintendent.
PITTSBURGH, May 10.1866.
Mesen, Hosteller A Smith :
GENTLEMEN :-During a visit to the Weat, hut fall, I
contracted chills and fever, which brought mo to m'y
bed, and finally terminated in typhoid fever, and confin?
ed me' to my room for several months, during which
time I was physically BO prostrated that I almost despair?
ed of ever recovering my health ; having almost entirely
lost my appetite for days, not being able to eat a morsel,
added to which I waa distressed with a reeling sensation
in my head, and passed many sleepless nights-all from
debility caused by my prostrate condition, brought about
by fever. At this stage of my condition a friend recom?
mended me to use your celebrated STOMACH BITTERS,
?ut being morally opposed to the nae of stimulants in
any form, lat first declined, but afterward yielded my
prejudices, and, after taking the medicine for several
weeks, my appetite returned, and with lt I am rapidly
regaining my former strength and vigor. My Bleep
(from the loss of which I have Buffered much) has never
boen better than it is now, and the reeling sensation (be?
fore alluded to) hag 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 thia testimonial of my ap?
preciation of your valuable preparation, in order that
others, suffering as I have, may avail themselves of ita
virtues, which prejudice kept me from enjoying for so
long a period. I may also add that my physician, after
seeing the beneficial effect of your Bitters on me, recom?
mended that I use them regularly,
j Yours, very respectfully,
No. 46 Market street
HOWIE di MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
February 26 6 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
THE ORANGEBUBG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per annum, hi ad?
During the spring and foll seasons extra copies of the
OBANGEBURO NEWS will be circulated for the benefit of
our advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the most liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 25 Orangeburg, 8. C.
825? FOR A MONTH t
IS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD OPERA?
TOR, is catering to, at the OLD STAR GALLERY,
where he will give his attention to securing the shadow
ere the substance fades-especially the OlL and PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition is defi?d. Spe?
cimens can be seen, taken from life, and small pictures
enlarged at the Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar?
ket streets, Charleston. February 21
Harana Plan Kentucky State TLotJIry
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whole ticke is, $12; halves, SC; quarters, S3;
eighths, SI 50.
1 Prize of.$50,000 2 Prizes of..S5.000
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 PrizeB of.$1,000
1 Prize of..$8,000 63 Prizes of.$400
1 Prize of.$7,000 155 Prizes of.$200
220 Prizes of $125.
64 Approximation PrizeB amounting to $9,900.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
Circulars sent free. Drawings mailed as Boon aa the
Lottery is drawn.
.Wires* H. X- PEVERS. United Stiles License! Agent,
Na :'t Uasei aireef. :.h .neston, b. C., tuKfi Box52 F.O.
February 20_3m o
K?iPAlIX, LUAU & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 MARKET-ST.,
FOUR DOORS EAST OP MEETING.Charleston, S. C.
JO?- GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANY PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 tuths2mos
THOMAS P. RYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NO. 1 COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
February 7 6mo
HAB B WA B Ej CUT L E R V, ETC.
?HOES!, AXES, SPADES, etc;/
rn SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIVING BY THE
Glads tone and the Tecumseh, direct from Liverpool,
a full supply of
EL WELL'S STRONG CABOLINA AND CROWN
HOES, No. OOO, 00, 0,1,2 and 8
EL WELL'S BICE HOES, 5, 6 and 7 Inches
EL WELL'S TRENCHING -HOES, 8fc and 4 inches
BRADES' PATENT AND CAROLINA HOES
EL WELL'S FLAT AND SCOOP SPADES.
AMES* PLOUGHS, of all sizes
The celebrated 8?LKEY PLOUGH.
AND, . -
THE RICE TRENCHING PLOUGHS to make three and
A foll stock of ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARD?
?Tor salo low, by
No. 52 EAST BAY, south of the old Postoffice.
February 22 ftu6
DIRECT FRC M AGENTS, AT MARKET
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, $75 CASH; $80 FIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island Guano, $20 cash; $26 1st November, with
interest, approved city acceptance.
Baugh's Phosphate of L?ne, $60 cash; $65 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city 'acceptance,
Phoenix Guano, $65 cash.
Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warranted pure. . -:
Ia offering the above -manures to planters, I do so with
every confide DOC, not only having testimonials from
planters who have used them the past'year, but tho
j farther guarantee that every cargo, as it arriv?e from the
factory, is analyzed by Prof.. Shepard, of the South
Carolina Medical College; and the . high reputation of
these manures folly kept up. - J. ft. ROBSON,
January 1 tntfasSmos_ No. 62 East Bay.
200 TONS DALLY EXPECTED.
AS THE AGENT FOB THE ABOVE MANURE, I
last year submitted to Profe asor Shepard, of the
South Carolina Medical College, a sample for analysis,
-and, wife bis endorsement, recommended it to my plant?
ing friends. I am now pleased to say that their practical
- "export an<?e folly confirms the Professor's opinion of its
value ua a manure.: - ... ??>?? ? ?? i/; ? '?
The be$t evidence that the results of ita use on cot?
ton lani: year were satisfactory UM in the fact that those
who then used lt are this - year buying lt again, and in In?
creased amounts. ""
A cargo of BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE ia now
in transit for this port, and, In cemfornity with my uni?
form rule, it will be sampled and Analyzed by Professor
Shepard upon arrival, .The manufacturers have, how?
ever, pieced in my hands an analysis of the cargo, made
by Professor Williams, of Philadclphk, which shows the
standard of the MANURE to be folly up to that of last
season. ..>........ ...... .. .:. - .
? The following ia the report of Professor Williams, re?
ferred to above:
I PHILADELPHIA, January 22,1867.
Meurt. Bough d Som :
jj Gzm?racKS i I hav? analyzed the sample of your 8u
per-Fhojphate handed me some days since, and ondit to
be composed as follows: .
Moistora at 212 degrees Fahrenheit....... 4.69 per cent
Combinad Organic Matter........_23.14 per cent
Yielding Ammonia.:8.62 per cant
Botte Phosphate of Limo.::'...V. .42.87per cant
yielding Phosphoric Add:: .19.62 per cent
(Other iig?edients not et?ttaatad.* . - '
.. The - par cen tage amount ot Amtr.onla ia very much
greater'than that obtained from moat Super-Phosphates
fha ve examined, and thfc, in connection with Che readi?
ly soluble condition of tty* .Bone Phosphate when acted
upon by weak .acida-?ar instance, Carbonic Aclu-will
account for the markedly favorable , resolta which have
been obtained from the application of your fertilizar. : :
CHARLES Pl WTLLIAM8, ..
- Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
J. N. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR TBS MANUFACTURERS,
? - .No? 62EaetBay, GlmleatoaP
January 81_..theta ~ . , . ? gj , imo
THE COMPOSITION OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL WITH PF^UVIaN. ! IT DIFFEBS .
" C NLY IN- THE PB?POBTIONB (fl? THE
? . . ? SAME ETiTMNTS1.' '.'
WHILE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
nearly twioc the quantity .of Phosphate of Time,
15 per cent, of which ia immodlate.-y soluble. Ita effect? j
on Cotton the past season have, in many instances, ex?
celled Peruvian Guano. It has in no case proved lesa ac
tiv#nithe early growth of the crop. When droughrr Ai
tervenea the crop does not Buffer from Ita us? as. is ile
case withPemvian Guano.. By reiisonof the presence in
I it of so large a per cent of Phosphate of Lime lte.uBe tin,,
prows the soil to an extent that cannot be realized from
Every cargo of this. Guano, is subjected to rigid impac?
tion analysis, and ia sold on .a baals af actual value;,
The undersigned, Agent, .is prepared to furnish the tes?
timony ?f weUkn?wo Spath Carolina planters in ovid ?nco
of the superior excellence of thia Guano.
J. NV ROBSON,; Agent,
December 4 ' raflisr?Smo '- NO. 62 EAST BAX
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
mHE UNDERSIGNED. TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
X NOUN CTN O to Planters, and Farmers that they are
propared to furnish a superior article of SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME, manufactured expressly for .them,
and which they can warrant to contain all the ?l?ments
necessary to maura a rapid L ad mature growth of any
crop to which it may be applied.
Terms-Sixty donara per ton cash, or sixty-five donara
per ton-one..quarter cash, and balance 16th December,
with approved factors' acceptance, with interest st 7 per
cent from date of purchaso.
LITTLE &. EARSHALL,
Agricultural Implement Warehouse and Seed Store,
i . No. 140 Meeting street
February 18 Imo_Opposite Pavillon Hotel,
. , INTRODUCED 3854.
FOR COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND - OTHER. GRAIN
CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE CROPS, Ac.
CONTAINS SUFFICIENT STIMULATING AMMO?
NIACAL Animal Matter to prodtue rapid. growth,
and to insure the complete appropriation by me plant of
the phosphates and otber ingredients in the fertilizer
without exhausting the toil: does not burn the crops du?
ring drought Uko Peruvian Guano, ar iose its strength
by the volatilization of the Ammonia. "'.
AU its cons ti tue nts, euee ptJn? the Sulphuric Acid,
being from Bones, Blood, Flesh, and other ?nimal
sources, and not from Mineral Phosphates cr lite oral
Phoophatic Guanos, aa bx the case with most of the Su
pcr-Fhos?bates, are in a condition to become quickly
sofoble in the BOU, and available os food for planta.
Warranted free from adulteration? and of uniform
For aale by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS, No. 158 East Bay.
E. FRANK COE'S
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME
BONE DUST MANURE.
WE BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF PLANT?
ERS to the above as a superior manure for either
Corn or Cotton, the experience of lost year proving it
equal if not superior to Peruvian Guano.
The following is the report of an analysis made from a
lot now in store: .
Phosphate of Lime, soluble................... 8.20
Phosphate of Lime, insoluble..28.80
Sulphate of Lime and trocea of Sulphate of
Ammonia, Potash, Soda and Magnesia,
with some free Sulphuric Acid, about. . 8.00
HygTometic Water expelled at 212 degroee.... 23.00
Combined Water (a portion of this belongs to
the Phosphate of Lime, which was esti?
mated after its ignition; tho greater part of
balance is doubtless associate a with the
Animal Matter) and Animal Matter. 30.00
S?ica (Sand). 2.00
The Animal Matter, as might be supposed in a fertilizer
so largely derived from fish, ls less highly nitrogenized
than that in the Peruvian Guano. Still it will afford, du?
ring the process of decomposition, about three per cent,
of Ammonia. The OU (which ls remarLably abundant)
though not generally reckoned among Manures, being
here associated with otber less stable animal principles,
cannot fail of adding to the value of the mixture, espe?
cially on Ught soils. The insoluble Phosphate being
thoroughly organized and, at tho samo time, minutely
divided, is also weU adapted to a gradual appropriation by
the plant -
According to the preaent sample, COE'S SUPER
PHOSPHATE iii a judiciously and faithfully manufac?
tured Manure, and wUl not disappoint those who will
give it a trial. Even if employed alone, I should expect
highly remunerative results.
(Signed) CHARLES UPHAM SHEPARD.
Price $65 per ton of 2000 pounds.
For sale by E. H. RODGERS & CO.,
Sole Agents for South Carolina.
January 12 stuthtao North Atlantic Wharf.
OFFICE CHIEF FIRE DEP AR I MENT, ) '
CHABLS8TON, S. C., February 15, 1867. f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
undersigned until the 15th of March, for furnishing
SIXTEEN HUNDRED FEET OF THREE-INCH DOUBLE
EXTRA OAK TANNED LEATHER, DOUBLE COPPER
RIVETED FIRE HOSE, warranted to stand one hundred
and seventy-five pounds water pressure to the square
inch, in fifty feet sections, at so much per foot, and so
much for brass butts per pair; butta to be New York
Also for FOUR SETTS OF BEST RUBBER SUCTIONS,
in one length each, of twenty-one feet, with swivel brass
butts, and brass baskets, 18 inches long, to screw on end
of suctions, at so much per foot; baskets and botts extra.
Sizes of suctions and number of threads to tho inch foi
the butts will-be furnished. M. H. NATHAN,
February 15 Imo Chief Fire Department
OFFICE CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT, 1
CHABLESTON, S. C., February 16th, 1867. J
SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CETVEDbytha ondersigned ontil 25th hist, foi
cleaning and repairing the Fire WeU at the corner o:
Beaufain and Smith streets, as per specifications to bc
seen at this office.
Also, for making TEN FIRE LADDERS, as per speci
flcations. M. H. NATHAN,
February 16 10 Chief Fire Deportment,
DBY COOPS, ETC.
LATHROP, LIJDINGTON & CO.,
Noa. 326, 328 and 330 BROADWAY, IT. Y.,
TNVITE THE PARTICULAR ATTENTION OE CASH
JL BUYERS (Jobbers and Retalle?), to their stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOODS. All depart?
ments are complete In every respect, part?cula rly that of
DRESS GOODS, In which we are from day to day adding
the newest and choicest styles. Our stock consists of
DRESS GOODS PRINTS
Bleached Sheetings . Brown Sheetings
WcoUen Goods . Yankee Notions
White Goods Embroideries
Gent's Famishing Goods . Hosiery
Millinery Goods Carpets, kc, Ac
AO which we offer, at the lowest market prices, by the
package or piece._tnthsl2_February 10
FOR THE SPRING TRADE OF SOUTH
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROM THE LOOM.
fTTHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED TN
LL bond about 8000 yards TWILLED MELTONS, flue
goods; also, varions qualities of CONFEDERATE GREY
CLOTH, all of which willbe sold or bartered for wool
. HENRY TRENCH ARD, Exchange street,
! January 8 . : . tuths2mo - ;.. Charleston, S. O.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.'
LEID PENCIL COMPANY,
I Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
1 N?: 3* JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCILS
of superior quality axe manufactured und offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public are invited
to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO HON
ASK FOB THE '?AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
j . SHKFFIK?.D SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL,
' XRSDBBBHS DZFABXKEZiT,
' YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1866. ,
1 bave always recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American' Polygrade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New.
York, I find them superior to any pencil in use, 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
pencil. . ./'J' ' :
. These pencils are very finery gradedand have a very
smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the point well;
they ara all that can be desired In a pene?. : It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans- that they
will no longer be compelled tb depend upon Germany or
any, other foreign market for pencils.'
. I . .LOUIS BAIL,
Professor or Drawing, &c
! AU. PENCILS ABE STAMPED : . -
. 8$~ "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None-, genuine without- the exact name of the firm ;
look to lt 6mo ' , December 13
N?. 108 M?R?OT ST.,
Books, Periodic^ and Stationery.
?J A Lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc
A fine and large i election of NOVELS; by the moat
: celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS,- BOOKS for Heme
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on band, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same
' Orders from the county are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL._ Novembers
INDELIBLE PENCIL CO.
- . NORTHAMPTON, MASS. ' *
MANUFACTURE AND SE?L CLARK'S PATENT
INDELIBLE PENCIL !
For Marldng linen, &c.
msiS PENCIL IS SIMILAR IC THE ORDINARY
X lead pencil, and Trill make a clear black mark that
will remain after years of wear and washing. It ia a great
improvement over ink, as it will not dry.up, and can be
used with much greater dispatch and economy, as there is
no risk of blotting. No preparation being required except
the dampening of the fabric to be marked, and no trou?
blesome directions to be followed In its use, it win save
much inconvenience to housekeopors,'and all who have
occasion to mark their clothing. '
Notices of thc Press.
"The Tnirk^c Inks so commonly used for Tnai-Mng
linen and other fabrics are inconvenient and troublesome
each bottle being accompanied by a number Of 'direc?
tions,' which considerably bother th? brains of house?
keepers. The Indelible Pencil will prevent this, as all
the preparation necessary is the dampening of the fabric
which is to be marked thereupon." .
"Ladies will be pleased with the In deli bio Pencil, a new
Invention for marking clothes indelibly, without .risk of
blotting. It will abolish the old plan olBMing a pen with
a bottle"-iV. T. Evening Pott w .
"We have seen samples of permanent marking with
this pencil which cannot be washed out"
"This ls the largest Invention for a amallo re that we
have seen for a long time. It does away with tie bother,
inconvenience and difficult mode cf marking willi ink."
. [Literary Mu jew?.
"Cn* BK'S PATENT INDELIBLE PENCIL.-We have tried
fblso ? ebra ted pencil, for marking linen, Ac, and found
it to be all that ia claimed for it No family should be
without lt. It ls 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 PencU will Mark 1600 Article*.
49? TRAVELLING AGENTS WANTED. Send 60 cts.
for a Pencil and Olroular.
For sale by JULIUS FLAUM, No. 188 King street; also
by M. M. QUINN, Up Town News Depot
February 2 .......Imo.
TODD & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDER^
Office and Works, Paterson, New Jersey
WAREHOUSE, No. 1 DEY STREET, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT
ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS; Flax,
Hamp, Tow, Oakum.and "Rope Machinery; Shafting,
MRI Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings ot all kinds;
Latches, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
Boring Machines; Gear Cutters; Centreing, Milling and
Bolt Cutting Machines; Chucks of all kinds; Leather
and Rubber Bolting; Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and
General Suppl!. s for Railroads and other Machine Shops;
Judson A Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cotton
Gins, Presses, ftc, constantly on hand.
TODD & RAFFERTY,
March 20 ly;- . No. 4 Dey street N. Y.
' . AND
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam. i Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ings in Bron and Brass of
Send orders to
J. M EASON A BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus fits.,
, Charleston, S, 0.
December 15 stuthlyr
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
No. SO Conrtland-st., corner of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, ic, kc
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
: HAND LANTERNS, Portabio Forges and Jack Screws,
I Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
: Belting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, tc, tc.
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of CAR HEAD
A LB m BRIDGES.. JOEL C. L ANE
Bale on account of Underwriter* and ali concernid
British, bark James Wilson.
BY JOHN ?. MHiffOR & CO
On TO-MORROW, S7th inst, at half-past 10 o'Uooi, on
Vanderhorei'a "Wharf, win be Bold, 3
THE BRITISH BABE JAMES WILSON. 07 LITER
POOL, SO* TONS REGISTER.
3 BEST BOWER ANCHORS
2 Chain Cables-120 fathoms
1 Mooring Chain-90 fathoms
1 Seven inch Tow Line
1 Quarter Boat
Rails, Spars, 8 Iron Tanks, 2 Water Casks, Carpenter's
and Boatswains' Stores, Ship Stores, Ship Chandlery,
Cabin Tnrnlture, ftc, ftc., Ac.
The above can be inspected at any time previous to
the sale. ' ?
Conditions cash._ ? - February 26
Salmon. Candles, &c.
BY HEfiTRY CORIA ?6 CO.
THIS BAT, at 10 o'clock, In front of our Store, win be
30 kits No. 1 SALMON ' '
25 boxes Adamantine Candles
30 boxes Starch
26 bbl?. Sugars.
Conditions cash. _ February 26
Estate Sale-Furniture, Pianos, Gold Walch and
B Y B. McCALI*
THIS DAT, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock, at my of?
fice, No. 61 Broad street; win be sold, by order of the
SUNDBT ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, sc., belong?
ing to an estate, . UWWBg
CONSISTING IN purr OF:
L MOHOGANT HAIR SEAT CHAIRS, Sofas, Rockers.
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
Cased Six Octave Piano, 1 Mahogany Cased Piano, be.
Conditions cash on delivery.
UNLIMITED ARTICLES received tm hour of sale.
18 Barrels B. C. Earns for account Underwriters
and all Concerned.
JEFFORDS & CO. -
W?1 sen THIS DAT, before their store, No. 27 Tendue
Range, st 10 o'clock,
13 BARRELS HAMS, damaged on board steamer_
on her voyage to this port, and sold on account of Under?
writers and all concerned.
Conditions cash on delivery.
February 26_ , .
JEFFORDS & CO.
, WiU seU THIS DAT, before their store, si 10 o'clock.
10 TIERCES HAMS; ?.
lSbbls. Strips ,
10 boxes Bulk Shoulders . . "
20 boxes Bellies in Salt
15 boxes Lemons *
Sbbls.Whiskey . - -
10 kegs Butter .
20 boxes Codfish., .. .?
Conditions cash. ., February 26
Bacon Shoulders, Butter, Earns and Lard.
RY T. M. CATER,
Wffl be sold THIS DAT, on Brown's Wharf; at 10 o'clock,
20 hhds. SHOULDERS AND SIDES, to land from
steamer Lum ?
75 tubs Orango Cornty Butter ."
60 firkins State Battar
' 10 firkins Strictly Choice Western Butter
76 firkins Lard .
6 tierces Hams.
Condtttonscaah.. ?.. ? .' ? . . j February 26
BY MILES DBlKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I wffi. sim at my store, i
oorneref Kingand liberty 'streets.
Pieces MOZAMBIQUE and DRESS GOODS
Pieces Dotted Swiss, Printed Uwn- .?=?.'?"
Pieces Jocionet,1 Cambric 'r . v
1 Pieces Seleiia, Brown Cambric
Pieces Denim, Hickory Stripe, Irish Lim n
Lin in Darna ak. Black and Fancy Alpaca, Satinet, Jean,
Caashaerefl, Broadcloth, Tweed,, Melton Cloth, Kersey.
Dozens Ladles' sad Genfs ' Hoisery, Madras and L. C.
Hhfa, Counterpines, Sets Cuffs and Collars, Gauze Un
derBhirta, Cloth ijjd Kid Gloves, Neckties, -Suspenders,'
Linen and Paper Collars, Buckles,: Betts,-Hoe Combs,
Grenadine Teils, Shirt Fronts, be. ? ?a?,
100 Pair CA8STMERE and SATINET PAKTS.
. TermB cash._.. . - , ? ? _ ... . Feto nary 25
; . BhoulderSy Earns, Strips, Lemons; ?n., .
BY LATJREY & A l?TOY ft TIPER.
THIS DAT, 26th inst, win be sold before our rtore, No.
197 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
6 boxes Hams ! . . .
?bbla. N.T. Strips - - -
20 boxes Lemons -
4 h'tlfbbls. Mackerel . . -
200 boxes Herrings
. ' 100 Smoked Joles.
Conditions cash.., . . ? Febrniry 26
Desirable Building Lots; Near U. 8. ArsenaZ
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8, BRUNS,
I Cromara, No. aa Broad street. N
Win be sold, on THURSDAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Custon House,
THOSE TWO DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS, on
Pahr etto street, measuring each 25 feet front by 77 feet
in depth; bounded as follows : North by landa of Honour,
son Ui by Pabnotto street; east ' by Beckman, ind west by
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two years,
secured by bond and mortgage; interest payable semi
annually. Purchaser to pay ns for papers. <
[8ALE CONTINUED.] " .
BY K.M. MARSHALL di BRO., .
THIS DAT, st 10 o'dook, will bo continued the exten?
sive sale of Furniture, bu., at the Planters* Hotel
At ll o'clock precisely wm be offered the PIANOS,
PARLOR and BRUSSELS CARPETS and MIRRORS.
February 26. : .. .
DY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Brokers and Auctioneers, Yo. 33 Broad
TO-MORROW, 27th Instant, at ll o'clock, w?l he sold,
* HORSES. 1 Mule, 1 thorough-bred Mare, 1 Buggy. ?
February^, ,, - , .. .;'?. :.. . :- .^T.-.f
MILLIGAN, MELCHERB Si CO.
WiU sell THIS DAY, 26th inst, at No. 22 Vendue Range,
st 10 o'clock, .
8BILLIARD TABLES, 1 Copying Prow, 3 Stomp Presses,
1 Rocking Chair, 1 Lounge, Bureau, Tables, Chairs, Bed?
steads, Writing Desks; Sign Boards, Show Cases, Feather
Beds, Mattresses, Blankets, Carpet, Mosquito Bars,
Looking Glasses, Office Stools, Gas Fixtures, 1 barrel
Plaster Paris and 3 botes Claret, Cana Condensed Milk, 1
lot Crockery, 1 barrel Beery "?o. ; , . , , February 26 .
BY MILLIGAN, MELCRKRS di CO.
On. TO-MORROW. 27th inst,, st the Wharf foot of
I Tendue Range, at U o'clock, we win sen
A SCHOONER, 2* tons burthen, well found, and in
good order. '
Terms cash. " . , February 26
Bale of Underwriters ? and a? concerned of Goods
damaged onboard Steamer Andalusia, from New
York lo ihisport. ' ' ' !" . -
BY A? H.ABRAHAMS * SONS.
TO-MORROW, 27th Inst at ll o'clock, we win eaU at our
salesroom, No. 85Haynestreet; . ??' -
1 ?ssfl BROWN LINEN DRILL.
1 case 3-4 Shirting . -
1 case 104 Sheeting. , :. -
2 Cases MOSQUITO NETTING.
February 26: y^.. ....
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
De Laif olia vs. DeLaMottd.
Win be Bold under the direction of the undersigned, si
the Old Custom House in this City, on TUESDAY, the
26tsjday of March, 1867, st ll o'clock, A M., - -
. L ATT. THAT LOT OF LAND, , on Logan street; com?
posed of two lots, viz ; AB that Lot .of land, on the west
Bide of Logan street in this city, measuring twenty-six
feet eight inches (26 feet 8 inches) in front on said street,
ind on the back Une, which runs bevelling, forty-six
feet, and in depth, from east' to west, on the south line,
seventy-six (76) feet And, also, sH that Lot of Land, sit?
uate on tho weet side of Logan street, measuring mirant
on said street, thirty (30) feet four (4) in ch ea, and In depth
on the sonth side, from east to west, one hundred and
sixteen (116) feet and on the north side, seventy-six: (76)
feet, and in width on the west une, which runs bevelling,
fifty-one (51) feet; and which two lota butt and bound as
follows : On the east on Logan street, on the north on
lands of the estate of Joshua Cantor, on tho northwest
by lands now - or. formerly of Henry Middleton, and on
the sonth by lands of Moses Irving.
2. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND situate on the west
I side of Logan street, containing, in front on said street
twenty-five (26) feet, and in depth on the south side run?
ning to the Une, one hundred and fifty (160) feet, more
or less, then running northeast along the Une, about
forty-three (43) feet, then running east to Logan street
about ona hundred and sixteen (116) feet, being part oi
Lot No. 2, run out by Mr. Wfflhm Logan, recorded ft
the Office of the Register of Mesne Conveyance.
3. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, situate on the east AU
of Savage street, containing m front on said street; twen
ty-flvo (26) feet and in depth ninety-three (93) feet be th)
said measurement either more or less; bounding west ot
Savage street east on lands of Henry Middleton, sont!
on a lot of Miss S. H. Savage, and north on lands of
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two, thro)
and four years, secured by bond of tho purchaser ant
mortgage of the premises, with interest payable annually
Purchaser to pay for papers._:
February 26 tag Master to Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Schipmann vs. Bonneau.
Wm be sold under the direction of the undersigned, a
the Old Custom House ta this city, on THURSDAY
the 14th day of March, 1867, at ll o'clock A M.,
AT.T, THAT TRACT OF LAND, situate in St Stephen'i
Pariah, District of Charleston, containing six hundrot
and one (601) acres of high land, and two hundred (200
acres of swamp land (the swamp land not laid out be i
more or less); bounding north on lands now or lately o
the heirs of Theodore Gourdin; east on lands now o
lately of Elizabeth Gourdin and Stoutameaira; south or
James Gaillard's and Edwin Galllard's, and bearing sucJ
other marka aa will more fully appear on reference to i
plat executed by J. Sessions on the 4th September.
Ten na-One-fourth cash; balance in four equal succ?s
sive annual instalments, secured by bond of the pm
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with int?rat fron
day of sale, payable annually. Purchaser to pay fo
papara. JAMES TUPPER,
Feburoary 22 gag thl_Master tn Equity.
Mount Pleasant Property-A Good Chance fa
BY BOWERS & SILCOX.
Wm be Bold on TUESDAY, the 5th of March next at 1
o'clock, in front of the Exchange, Broad street
AB that LOT OF LAND, with the Bedings thereon
situated at the corner of Pitt and the street leading t
the Light House, in the village of Mount Pleasant Th
House is bunt on a brick foundation 5 feet high, is tw
stories high, containing 4 square rooms, each about 1
feet square; pantry and dressing-room, 10 feet square;
good Kitchen on brick basement with two rooms; Lc
73 feet wide by 170 feet deep, more or less.
The above premises can be treated for at private sale.
Apply as above. . . , ...
Con?tions-One-half cash; balance in one year, wit!
interest, also bond and mortgage. Buildings to be insui
ed aud policy assigned. Purchaser to pay B. & 8. for pi
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Mashburn vs. Mashburn.
wm be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, a
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, th
10th day of March, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M^
1 AU that LOT OF LAND, situate in Boundary stree
in this city, measuring about thirty (30) feet front an
about one hundred and ninety-seven (197) feet In dep?
butting and bounding north on Boundary street; sont
on land formerly of A. Henry; east on land of Mr. Mam
and west on land of Peter Matthews and Katy Jacobs.
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on Boanfain s tr*
and an alley running toerefrom to Wentworth street, i
Ward No 4, in this eily, known hythe numbers 14,:
and 16 on a plat of a half square of land on H?rteste
Green,'formerly belonging to the estate of Dr. William :
Kirkland, made by J. B. Pet?tooL Surveyor, tn 182
measuring on Beaufain street 82 2-6 feet; on the alley 1'
feet; on the north Une 82 feet and on the west Une I
feet' bounded north by Lot No. 17; east by afores*
ahey ; south by Beaufain street and west by Lot No. IS
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and ihr
years, secured by bonds of the purchaser and mortga
of the premises, with interest from day of sale, pay?t
semi-ar nually; blindings to be insured and policies t
signed. Purchaser to pay for papem
M JAMES TUPPER,
February 26 tufT Master ta Equity,
- , UNDER DECREE IS JU^TTU^rc
Brown- vs. CJuirlesl?n and Savannah, Ba&oaa.
- ' . Oompan)f. ' ?? -
will be gold, mide* tho direction of the niidant?gned. at
^oU^Ourtom House, tathUcto, Zgj&DntfSK of
February. 1867; ?til o'clock A^MV
P^'BParlfib, CoBetonDlj^t^ownM toi?BICTiO
PLANTATION, obtaining ?#^^2
scresV nuire ?* tea, and ??o^^^,^^ IS&'T'
Se? John BoyKJoieph Msrtnv.Dr.B, B. Smith, L?
Bei?hnr, and James King- vj-^V ?i
^r-^t ??ib?^ anS
gage ofta? preniu^Winterert^
February 26 .: /taf- .^fb^^^P1^'
MeKAY <S? CAMPBEIiI?, ?5 3
No. 55 Haeel street, opp^te P??to?e?,
Regular Solee-Itey? eT?aT.Tlate?>j;
' day during the Swuon. : :r?
Will sell THIS DAT, 26th tart., at m p'ci??k, onto
count Underwriters and aQ concerned, -
_cases "DUNN EL'S" 8PBING PRINTS - : ? '
_caaes White Jaconets, CTh^andSwiw Hnilfa.
-casessupariorl^htas^' .; . ;;jl
-cases Domwrtfr VtoftttoUa^.
_cases Mitimsn Sheeting Stripes. -, . . - : *
lr..-::- !*-??MOj'".in :'';?
Tweeds, Cloth?:. BP^ng Ph^ Sttpes, B-- ' ??
Flannels, DeBagea, L^BaTO?.^fl?
? &c.,&cv . .- j.^. ,.;?j?%;iiyi/
CliX>THlNa-EAKT?^ ?OATB, Te^^*|^ai? ^n
. -'ALSO,- '<:? -s vf?r ?? .. C??1
An invoice Men'* Ladtes* and Ohi??rai's BOOTS .AND
SHOES 1 'R . " J*F * ' " '" *'*"'' ' ; ''****
Men's Drab and Black Felt?* WoolBa*,?*? ???
.t .^^vAX?)?-'-*'*'^?l~ "~?'-V?r?'
Conditions cash. _ Feornsryjo
MCKAY & CAJUFBBLL > R
The schoxmer ??MABTHAA^^
s?rement; Trill au^45,?P0tt^^^
Coaster or Fruweret.- "' -''.'.??-""Z-r .'
<3ondi?ona.--On^half cash; bal? en?
dorsed note at silty days. FebTuary|26,
V?7W Splendid Billiard T?b^.?x.,ai AvdSon.
BfR. M. MAH.SHAXi* & BRO* ??.
ttroVera stnd Aqcij??to?**? ^,
On THURSDAY, 28th"inst, at ll. P^P^Jg1- '
4 dozen Am Cmurs, 4 Marble ^>^?Jf^?^
1 Clock, l lot Spittoon?, ICO Cnaa sad iBac+l BOieand
PrpTAlarge^o^ , ,
nitores. $oz? rr tu ?fSV>\ %.?O*'&%? ???: ?; ? - ?
- Conditions cain, x ??z<ia'^u -.Ci ic.r.lcoT^ -
The above articles are as: good aa, neg, harTO.Deen
used hut a few months. They ^^^wmeeawttle, ??
treated for at private sate on sppUnat?ca. to ia*.
February 25 _ . i . . ? ..ttsUPVtaP
A Valuable Wood Yard ^J^^^^H^
(he fool rf ^trf^iS^f^f^
On THURSDAY, the ^?^^&]S^^S^W^
Toll House of the New Bridge Oonrpany.^.This PJOWftT*-?
wlich measures 70 feet in width^tol?ftftta ?fM?,r
?l encSecd, with a mibetentiAI yn^hBK?T ^paWi?f C A
logs and pine timber. I^hae a| depth of^water at knjttde
Z? to 5 feet Qntae^pMieji nWta?oamnrttM>
Buiiutog, with stehlesand ?a?tprttsee. Bl?rtpw??t
On THURSDAY,138th ijrtlBfr*r&^-mmV[
o'clock, near tt^d^^^^^^f^^^^:^- c'r:<>
AiL THAT LOT OF 1AN7?, " lofted rt tito aoumeaat
corner ofOalhoun and Watt rt?ete? mwnrlttcpA;^^^ :
hbrnTstreetWieetonWill rtroeTfefek OT"?M SCU?,, -
Urie 55 feet and on the east line'108 f^MiSmS^. 1
more or less.. .? <... tu-..-v r?o-i5 -U^>
On this Lot there ls t new.sohrtsnaal two ?nd^ftsfc v - -.
story Brick Bo liding, ?mteln?ig serenTOorm^w??i ?ate
reef, gutierir^,-arri flr^ '
?nd Bar Boom onjirtstary, ?nd oojhe *gWJ^??&>.-z^
attic? ? ?^^i^^wi^? '
two story Brick BuMingr : amtilr^ .>
lng o? WaU street , which can be occupied aaolrtto?tpre-, . ;. ,
iifdee?Td. Ah^gethar^^anexce^^ -,
sonstavestinav < ...- ; -..:.<?; '?T?JZ%-? jf?ftj'on'ct"Oil*.
. i ,, ^T^Wdfc^ .' .i
W?lbe ?old. under the db^onof ^Jg$?$!$^^?v :
the Old Custom Hom? tn this city, on THURSDAY, ta*. _.
. 28Uidayof Fehruaiar, lSS?^n^aolflf^^^^^;
lng in Township t?iof twenty^eev^and T^S?S-- "
Florida, with the field notes thereby,In B. W.:mgmo?K >
Uiiited States Deputy SurveTor, and on file in ?rtdo??e, ..
(?ntahTlngeteveu thcinknd ntar hundred sud tanrty- . .
Tho above Tract bsa Jj^ig?dkitoto>,W^ag^M^fr.:
ecres, and win be so sold; Ajplrt.or ike Land, mayte ?
hy bond of tae porcntae^ -^
mortoaJe of the lands.- Purcriasertopaytepap^v '-rt
mortgage tn ^^??? ?^^ ; ; fj - ,
ja- The foUowingpapers wffl'pleaw.,oonr in)..aen?;r;. u ;
balito this office:' Savannah Republican and AugusoV'
S^gnattrtT . . ...a r.taa"i J ":rJfttea|?y<^?J;^
.? No.'STOBhroM-rtreet. . -
^Wm te sold OT FBIDAY. lrt j-MAKh, rt Uo'clock;*? flhh^C
" ;oldOhrtommase, ,,r.r. ^\-<i^?c;-: ??2- -
Two LOTS, ad^cdiilng each other op Meeti^D^rtree^ ^3
east side, a few oWj^veSIary s^taaJbDcwa: . . ? ... ;
Tho Lot on the south, SO fact by 100 mt^; or
Dbundacl soutabylandfof ??c^; .^'l^iii^^
SdSS W? Iry W^wttVi. ^
orles*. ., 'ir--, hr-*. ..".-i;i:'::'-S^:>^?^?'t^'
' ALBO. ;; .,::--.ai:-.?-I
eau street a few doottahoyeMf^rtwet a?.^B?V|?,T??>!Ii -te : .
'Wooden Buuutag.ttejeon. - -Jj^ [ '????ti ?C ?if?
TheIx>tn()rtfcortan>n^^:iteT^ cjjsq ^?
A Lot of Land 25^^'^ ?t?l^ 4
BY 8MHH-4?GniartAYu.,,i;. -CJ >V;
Auctioneer*. Uo.. ?7 BWMfd ?trect. ^ "
Wfflhe sold o? TBIDA^ nerti ^.lrf>JB??^.fr?i^.
o'eloct; rt^oM'Cort?BBhte;v-^.',.-' .. . r*&s&m*^ v.
Terms cash. .Poxchsjexpayaia flvsaew"^ =? iiStL^^r^^V--'1
. Febmary 23^ . ???j ? g o^rttthm^-^y*^
Tiffi^^te sold, under tte
the old Custom Houao, on TUESDAY, tte jpth SWilflg[fe&a .
. = -MaW lfi67,:rtllo'clc?k..AlLV . ^^??? >
AB tart 1VOT- OFi^tAin^tltartfli?OT -Ktaf rtreefc *a&'\Q/ S
faownihy ,tte;So.??o, imtttag^ teundtagtajl*^nortk- - - - j
on land ho^?nafonnerly of.But?e*; to the rtrtcy?lmr?.^ : ? .
marly of Mataew M?ler. and tataejert an, ?ng .tej^?^^
meesurtog on tte front.Iffll^teck hne^taix^tarea(88),;t>j C:.;
foot and in depth one hundred and ninety (lflOj feet ^ - T.. ?. , .
Terms-One-third cash; the balance ta tw? ?mal sue-;
cessryBj?nnnrt tarttrmi^ - 4 ,
chaser and mortgaged themrmteea, witttaterertfrcrtt ' ; -
?SSS i^^-S^-ifflSSSSSTO BE
PVehrnsryJfl: :i : - Vtai7'Vi a , Ma*tertaBgnUr..-'i ' ;
?UNDER DECREE IN RttUlTY ., ..??fcfoj.
WAI be sold auder the direction of-the und?stoed^J*., . . ; -
tte Old Cnrtam MOnietotai?City?cii-T?^^JIlfV:;?
12ta day af Mim^ m^ll^W^-J^^^-1
sitaate ;on tte wertern^han^ f ^u'
meaaurtag and contatatag 33 32-100 acree ai! rivw srorpra y- ,
and 790Tores of highllna; bounding' 0" -
John B. Waring, east on lands .tormerry of B^*^-_ :) l'C 3
south on lande of Benjamin Read, and weat an thertver. .
TermB-One-fourth cash; balance in one. two and tarea
years, secured by bond and mortgage ^^F"T^,-:
wita interest Awn day of sate, ^^A^T ^ -s^i
chaser to pay for papergi:; :' ? JAMESayFPXK, o
Febraary26 . g .taft .. - > Marter taBqurty- , c.
UNDBR DECREE OT'TOTOTY. ': / ?
S??i?^^t ? feet more ox less,- and in dgpftftOTV ; arijic
Mvrorhtte of/F. H. Longj ?0?^4^"
west onland now or lateo^CterifisLom
o ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tao^MMlng*
T?w^Hn crtrAflta. in this city, and measuring on. Chuch . . : u
ligand In depth from west to cart on, Attantic stroet 121
& bethe ?Mdimensions more or lesa. ? Boundtaff- ...
north orkantie street; ??t^iS1^!^-; "OT^CIt - :
SSdof-_-, abd wert on Church street .
a ALL THAT IMPROVED LOT OP LAND, sit?ate ht
the'Town of Chester, on tte wert side erf Saluda road* - %
the Unos bounding which commence rt a corner o? fte i
int now ta the possession of J. 8. Asberry, and rnuutagr . ; - :
Saluda road; .thence with tte said Sahtds??^OT?bun- . .
ared (lOOlfeet to corner of rrtbelmujtagtoertateof J.L. ? .
Garton-taence with the tine erf said Gaston's lot 266 feet
to a stake; thence to tho beg?mta" corner 98?? feet being; i-u
a nortion of the lot conveyed on 19th february, 1867, to -
George A. Albright by A 3. Albright i '
Tarma-One-third cash; balance ta one, two. sad tare? .. ;.
rears, secured by bond of thej?urch*aer and mortgage ot
the premises, with intereet from day of sale payable an
' nuaUv BuUdings to be insured, and poUcy assigned.
' T>urchaser to pay for papers. JAMES TOPPEB, .
February 19_tuf7 Marte? ta Equity. .
Sales BVEBY BYENIN6 rt 7 o'clock, h/EILBOY^kCo^ ?
No. 339 King-street, of a general assortment, ox DBx
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Boote and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. February 8 .
Fine Residence in Basel street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
The desirable ttree-rtory BRICK RESIDENCE on
the south side of Hasel street between Meeting and An?
ion streets, containing eight large rooms, pantry, dress?
ing room, and two piazzas, on a high baaet^aDi, exten?
sive brick kitchen, carriage house and statue. Tte Lot
measures 60 feet front by 190 feet deep, more or lees.
The perri ally burnt BRICK RESIDENCE oh tan ?eat
side of Smith street near Wentworth street, contetaing
six upright rooms, one pantry, two good garret rooms, '
piazzas, Ac On the premises are a brick Mtchcn, Ac
TheLot measures 41 feet front by 141 feet deep,and ?4
feet on back hue. . " .
pply as above, at No. 23 BROAD STREET.
E. M. WHITING-,
C0K0NER MD MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OJFFICE FBOMCBALMEBS
street to Ha 83 CHURCH STBKET. one door
north ot Broad street. Aagoat W,