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_TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1867._
Wo aro continually receiving communications 01
political and other matters from persons who d<
not attach their proper namoe to tho articles sonf
and wo take this occasion ol' repoating that nothing
can bo published in THE DAIL? NEWS withoul
being indorsed by some responaible individual.
KOPPK HOSPITAL.-Attention is directed to the
advertisement in to-day's NEWS of tho Board ol
Trusteos of this institution. An election will be
held to-day for resident physicians and surgeons.
BATES OF PASSAGE TO FLORIDA.-Editor Daily
Jfevcs: Many persons are deterred from visiting
Florida in consequence of tbe high rates of pas?
sage. The cost o" a caoin passage to Jackaoville
is $16; a cabin passage to New York, per Quaker
Uily and other first-class steamships, cost but $15.
Cannot the Florida line of steamers reduce theil
rates, and thereby increase the travel to the Land
of Flowers. TBA YELLER.
CATALOGUE SALE-Messrs. ! MCKAY & CAMPBELL
will commence to-day their spring sales of dry
goods, boots, shoes, &c. The resumption of these
sales by Messrs. McK. & C. is a cause of congratu?
lation, as, during the past season, their regularity
drew many customers, and were a great induce?
ment for country merchants to pr .chase in this
city. Tho catalogue system adopted by this house
has been proved to be a success, and the ease with
which an article can be Jbund, ?id the price
designated, recommends it to all customers. Tho
sales advertised by Messrs. MCKAY & CAMPBELL
comprise every article needed by a country mer?
chant, and, as the prices are of their ownmaking,
the goods can be obtained at reasonable'rates.
The sale of to-day being the first of the season, will
bo componed principally of a different assortment
of early spring goods, and bargains are* offered
that should induce a large attendance and lively
MAYOR'S COURT, March 4.-A jock-shop keeper,
who had bought an iron axletree from a boy, re?
gardless of the ordinance on the subject, which we
gave a hint of on Saturday last, was fined $30,
which wo don't think will make that tree bloom,
but will be very apt to make the shop-keeper
William Hazell, a very black man, with one eye,
who had imbibed several glasses of "the best,"
and then drew a knife on Edwards, a blacker - man
than himself, was fined $5.
Katy Jones, a deranged colored woman, was sent
to tho hospital. . ;
A fomale tavern keeper, who was reported for
keeping her establishment open on Sunday, and '
sclline liquor to the thirsty, was made ti pay $10
for her kindness.
A man who had refused to allow the sweeping of
his chimney when callod upon by the contractor
was fined $5. ?.."
Awhito boy who was detected writing obsceno
language on a street fence, was fined $5.
CRUSTACEA.-Among the. other popular street
melodics can now be heard the dulcet notes of "Sea
crab 1" "Sea crab !" In nearly every mstahce
those sweet sounds proceed from tbe wide expand?
ed mouth of some freedwoman, and the cry'is re?
peated with a regularity and shrillness that in?
duces many to cover their ears and hurl maledic?
tions upon the destroyers of their repose. ;',Notr
withstanding these little annoyances,-the crab':
marchants aro popular characters, and; froq??ni3ry''|
dispose of several tray loads in the course of :tSo
dayt Tho facility with -which these crabs'' are''
caught, and the ease with which they are cooked,
.tempt many to pursue that avocation for a living,
and as they, find a ready sale for their stock Sambo
"and Cuffee infinitely prefer this employment to Sold I
labor. At this season of the year it is a favorite
amusement among the small: fry to go crabbing
and "arming themselves with a bent pin and some
raw meat they sally forth, and often succeed in en- j
trapping a-basket full of the red backs. Among.:
the different street cries there is, perhaps, none'!
that is delivered with more vim than that of the
crab venders ; it can be heard from "early morn
tili dewy eve," and the untiring screamers pursue
. ?-cir vrottry rounds, monotonously repeating their
call until fortune comes to their aid and then
stock is sold.
VINE CTLTUBE IN SOUTH CAROLINA_We publish |
to-day an advertisement from Mr. RICHARD DALLY,
referring to vine culture in this State. We are
assured that Mr. DALLY is in every respect convers?
ant with the subject, and a very reliable man.
He has sent us also a long letter concerning the
advantages the upper portion of this State offers in
growing vines. The climate and soil, the rapidity
of propagation, the superiority of. the grape
ripened under the Carolina sun, and early maturity,
are some of the advantages our section possess '
over that of the North. He sends ns a statistical j
table in which he shows that, commencing the first
year with four acres, he will have an outlay of
'^$1989; the second year, having four acres exten
i^?Bi he will have an outlay of about $4700, with a
fl|to^5t of $440; tho third year, with four mora aerea
^^^Ksion, he will have an outlay of-$7500 ands
"^.^^$1320; the fourth year, with four more aeres 1
eirtensiod^L ?atlay of ?9600' witb vxo&t 01 $2600 '
fifth with fo??Lmore acres, an outlay of $10,800,
profit $4840 ; six^r-jT*1"' ;'with fotB*soore acres j
added, $10,000, pron***!T00 ' seventh year, with
twenty-eight acres, costW"0' Proflt t900?
Mr. DALLY feels quite cerfi?p_*hattbi8 result can i
" be obtained, and we would eaW??y advise those
interested in the matter to co?** w*0? ?*. |
dressing RICHARD DALLY, care of CALDWELL.
No. 58 Beavor street, New York.
BAD BOYS.-There aro in our city, as in all others,
a number of boys who, without any restraint upon
i them at home, roam the streets at will, and 'can
i be met in parties at all times of night as well as
: day. Many of the petty thefts, and some of the
larger robberies, we have no doubt, they have a
I hand in, for they are the principal customers of j
j. the junk shops, and often supply them with
; valuable articles of copper, braes, &c, for a few
? cents, just sufficient to buy a loaf of bread, or psr
\ haps tobacco and a pipe-for this is a luxury they
J all indulge in. They surround the doors of a hall
j where there may be an exhibition, and their riotous
conduct and improper language at these places
. can only be checked by the appearance of a police?
man, and even this, on some occasions, has not
been entirely effectual in repressing their misbe
? haviour. One of the most disgusting 'employ- I
men ts of these young scamps is the writing of
improper and obscene language upon the. walls !
j and fences on the streets, and for which, if detect- j
od, they should receive severe punishment.-' In ?
? our police report this morning it will be observed
: that a case of this kind, as wall as that of a junk
r shop keeper for dealing with a minor, has been
acted upon by the Mayor, who, we feel satisfied,
i will do all he oan to create a reformation among
th AH o iirinroppr beh*Vi*d y*witlia_ so fsS ?2 ??e snd
imprisonment can effect it. We hope to see more
of the vile street-scribblers brought before bim
and dealt with as they should be.
MARCH WINDS.-The blustering character of
March was dispalyed yesterday in a manner that
proved to our blinded community thai his vaunted
prowess had not departed. A number of persons
gathered at tho corner of Broad and Meeting streets,
and endeavored to calculate how high the 'rind
really was, but owing to the dust in their eyes they
*wcro unable to make any accurate observations.
By far the larger portion bent to the storm, and
with half-closed eyes blundered along, seeking to.
avoid the clouds of dust that were whirled
fiercely in every direction. This was peculiarly
noticable on the business thoroughfares, for, in
spite of the efforts of the watering carts, dust
proved itself mighty and did prevail. Aside
from this disagreeable feature, the Spring
has opened pleasantly and promises weill ; .but if
the martial god who rules over thia month weu?d
consent to vary his programme and 'giveLura feW
drops of rain, his name would be landed as a bebe?
factor to the human rate; and Ids" health drank in
copious libations of cistern water-now, ?laW l?ijirq
article. '"? '?'ur.. .??".*:'-'?? . ? >-'.
March has always been noted as ?. dry month,
; and dust is accepted as a necessary: evil, but all
Jj: rfforte should be\us^ as it ^en?y ap?
preciated by tho agricultnriste, and ina. city
Jfbeoomes a perfect nuisance. Business is retarded,
^locomotion impeded, and, far worse than aTV&e
j| fair sex are forood to remain in doors or staLd a
n^chance of scudding before the breeze;' March fe
fe an obstreperous follow,- and : when in one of bia
|| blustering humors is not piacular in bis conduct
I Ladies'veils are ruthlessly torn ircni their hats and
B borne aloft triumphantly, whfloy ?* Bomecompen
j? gatton for the lo*&%? 'tees Uri the urfortunatet
[? are filled with (hast.^. As a harmnter of better day?
K we accept the present dusty wintry issue- without i
If murmur, but \rould'^HB$pcctfally suggest to th?
F priding deity draw it a Ut?e nulder in futura
GrovsBsajxsrr RAT.F. OF WAB MATERIAL, SADDLH
BBIBLES, &o.-This sale, as previously advertiBOc
^ took place at tho Arsenal yesterday. Considerabl
- interest was manifested, and the salo was not onl
largely attendod by Charlestonians, bat a ntunbe
- of Northerners woro present. A competition wa
engendered, bat the strangers soon withdrew froi
tho contest discom?tted, being satisfied that the
woro not to be the purchasers. The bidders wer
} composed of our largest iron and junk merchante
and prominent in tho crowd waa the portly ?gtir
. of a large shoe merchant, better known, perhaps
' for his choap saddles. "We refer to Jo UK Cox
The bidding was spirited, and considering th
nature of the sale and of the material, tho article
, brought good prices. The cannon, shot, shel
r &c., were first sold, and were freely bidon by th
gentlemen present, Mr. GOLDSMITH, of Vonda
Bange, becoming the possessor of the largest poi
lion. Tho remaining articles also commande'
, good prices, but we were unable to learn th
amounts or the purchasers.
By far the most exciting bidding during th
i morning was when the cavalry saddles and bridle
. were pat ap. These had been looked upon wit!
covetous eyes by many, and at this stago tho con
test was lively; bat determination carried the da;
and the lot was closed oat to Mr. JOHN'C?MTNQ?
This lot comprised not only several thousan
saddles, but on equal number of trapping!
bridles, Atc. Mr. COMINOS' reputation is equall
divided between shoes and saddlery, but he i
perfect in both, and it is a matter of congratulo
tion that ho succeeded in securing this property.
The devastation and destruction caused by th
war has left the country almost bore of ordin?r
plantation materials, and the news of this salo wii
bo gladly received by many who wished to inves
in a saddle, but could not Bee the price asked
Those bought at this sale witt, no doubt, be Bold a
reasonable rates, and as they are of the most ap
provo d pattern, the MCCLELLAN tree, we predic
that Mr. COMINGS will not find t .em dead stool
It is seldom that a large salo of this dosoriptio:
. takes place, and the opportunity offered yesterda;
for investment was eagerly token up. A good re
suit- has been the proof that more money was i
the community than was supposed, and also th
display of an apparent determination on the part c
the Charleston merchants not to stand idle, but t
be up and making hay while the sun shines. Thi
spirit is a pleasing sign that all are not dis conj
aged, and in spite of the Radicals we will be abl
to make a future that will equal the past.
THE COXCEBT LAST NIGHT at the Hibernia;
Hall, in aid of the St. Paul's Catholic Church, wa
an entire success. This, however, was no mor
than we had reason to expect from the charade
of our Charleston audiences, always appreciativ
of true art,-from the well-known proficiency an
accomplishments of the artists who were to engag
in it,-and from the popularity and unparallele
energy of the leading spirit of tho whole, tb
"chief organizer,"-the Bev. F. J. SHATJLER. Th
hall was crowded, and, as we looked about us, w
saw few save such as from their physiognom
would be adjudged competent judges of music.
The combination of secular with sacred musi
was an attraction, not enjoyed by the other coi
certs lately given in this city; the blending of tb
two afforded an agreeable variety.
The orchestra, composed principally of strip
instruments, flute, etc., was most excellent,-th
materiel having been found ready made to han<
in a musical club of amateurs. Their perfora
anees, under the able direction of the maestri
were much applauded. The "Inflammatusn wt
given with great eclat, and so well-timed and ha
monious were all the parts that there was swei
melody 'mid all the noise of instruments ax
voicos. Madame PLENGE, who sang the Bolo :
this choros, was called out again by ber appr
ciative auditors. Her solo from "Robert" was s
perb, and would have done credit to any prim
.dowel we have-ever heard.
. . The chief credit, however, ol this brilliant co
cert, of right belongs to the director, Signor GA:
' BATT, who has every reason to feel gratified at ti
appreciation accorded to bis efforts. The "Ac
laide?' of Mrs. CARROLL was ono of the gems of t
evening. We can never tire af hearing this soi
touching melody of BEETHOVEN, and Mrs. C
tones of thrillmg pathos struck a chord, Iii
felt all melodious in response.
3 "Axe Maria" was sung with much expressi
and with great sweetness by Miss H. Mrs. CHA
was greeted with hearty plaudits whenever s
appeared on the stage.
I Mrs. BASBOT'S piano solo, from "Xucic," v.
executed with great brilliancy, and loudly encort
whereupon she reappeared and kindly indulged t
exacting .public by playing another piece. 8
also play ed the greater part of the accompanimaj
during the evening, and added new laurels tal
already acknowledged famo.
Signor GAMBATI and his talented and acco
pushed daughter afforded the audience quite
treat in their comic interlude, "Net in the BUI
The girard 'Bolo and choras from JSrnani, i
concluding piece, although one of the best kno
of. choruses, was very well received, as indeed
should, inasmuch as it -was most admirably e
outed. The solos in it were excellently render
The Rev. F. J. RTT.TIT.TO has every reason to &
grat?late himself on the success of his venta
for we have never attended a concert in Hibexn
Hall where there was as large a crowd, and wh
everything passed off with such brilliant eclat,
was the case last night.
CHAHLESTON COLLEGE.-ha pursuance of an ii
tation to the public, extended in the papers,
yesterday repaired to this Charleston College, wh
the examination of the Senior Class was in \
gress. The President, Dr. MIDDLETON, gave
yoong candidates for baccalaureate honors an
portnnity of exhibiting their proficiency on qi
tiona of Public Law. It is gratifying to find
yoong gentlemen so well grounded in the pru
pies of law, as these "seniors" appeared to bc
their examination yesterday. They answered v
readily, intelligently, and in good language,
jTops^piestions on war, the causes and the rig
bf war,'belligerents, neutrals, letters of mar
-and reprisal, the influence of commerce and
christianity in humanizing the world. The p
tice of ''wrecking," and the laws enacted to ]
vent it, were traced fro tn the earliest period to
days of Lours QUATORZE, j What articles were <
traband cf war,- jurisdiction on the Ugh seas, ?
all passed in review. If Mr. ANDSEW JOHNSO
at a loss for proper nominees Tur ine civil sen
he would do well to look in this direction be
nominating elsewhere. GE onus, PUFEENDO:
VATTEL, and their less distinguished success
came in for their share of attention. . .
; The Faculty of the College were in attendai
also DAKIEL RAVENEL, Esq., the President of
Board of Trustees, and others. .... ... ...,
We took this opportunity," also, of paying a
to the College Library, and having, on a prov
occasion, examined that part o!it:composed o
original nucleus, and the valuable : addition i
to it by the late Hon. Mrrcmrf.T, KING, the st
and lvfe-lang frienfi of : this JxiBtitation, wo co
ed our attention yeBteirday; exclusively to the'!
contributions znade a few years ago by Dr. :
FRAMPTON, the present Librarian. This o
tion is -rion, specially in works of. science,
department of Katani History,'itt all ito bm
and snu-uivimOBB, is very complete, and i
sented in books in many languages. Every
of value, that had appeared anywhere; tip t<
commencement j of the war, will be found it
alcove.' ?????????? -_? .
The physical sciences-, in their .'. extensive >
all have their representatives here, in " histo
"principles," text-books, monographs, etc.
The departments of History, Archoology, 1
Law, Grammars and dictionaries, are all well
for ; bot lallest of all, as indeed ia always the
are the shelves of " G?n?ral Literature."',
wo saw'a full coBsctiont of- theBritiah-Posl
Dramatists,- as well as all - the classic prose sj
of England and America, a largo number of JB
anthers, GOETHE, BCBXXXXB,; K?bssT?cK,-?iE
TIECK, MABTTN - LTrrrrxs,^HtjiiBoijn, . and,
others in German.
Books on the Roman and Greek classics ar
numeron?, BO also, works on Italian Literatui
The Library boUding is well adapted 'j
purpose, and this "learned hall" is.x?- pies
reabr? for gentlemen of Ute?ary:lei8Trr? ai
? possiblyjj^ wished for. The library, we are
: ?d to 'loam, is steadily incroaeing, donat
;, valuablebooka "being continually madoto it
"CoUag^ia.fortTinate in''having so accompli
; librarinn ? a ; gentleman whose wholo lifo hs
t ijkjffif?fyi society of books, who.has ls
[. xojrovTty with science ?a bte several V??JS,
;' c^rij^caB^t?c iov?of Uter*taro. DT.FBAMPJ
: a th^ughimowledgo also, not of the ola?
5 ?gj$i(t&?1-.aatj, bot of the G?rman,^ Brem
;j Italiana? troll, and is thus on the moist i
? footing:, with all the great and wise me
;. peftoeably repose on the shelves aionnd hin
l\ - TBM. T?a?KVERETN last night gave ona ol
r gTilw fortnightly theatrical TKr,fcrfiriancea; s
. lar amoagita members, and affording pie*
? an wno ^privileged to attend, and abh
r< .^eTftaiidfHigh German. 'Mr. Voarjc*,th
> bc, as well aa the thank? of tha Society
duties. He is ably supported by a competent corps
Pcuvs in Pommern was rendered with excellent
effect; and such on aggregate amount of hideous
ugliness, a? here presented itself to tho eyes of
this Pommerudertain Poris, it would be difficult to
pick up anywhere off the boards. Unlike the
Trojan Paris, this descendant of his is called to
award the prize, a rich inheritance, to tho ugliest
o? throe sisters; and as the sistors are of conree
too vain of tholr good looks to compoto in such a
race, their lover?, anxious to secure tho prizo for
their respoctivo enam?ralas, disguipe themselves,
and simulate the forms and figures of the three
sisters. How this new Paris can come to any de?
cision in such a triple perfection of ugliness, we
could not soe. The piece, of course, affords a
great deal of amusement, and is decidedly popular.
After tho theatrical performance tho assembled
company was metamorphosed into a ball, and
danced till they scented the grey of dawn.
BRONCHITIS.-From Mr. C. H. GABDNEB, Princi?
pal of the Rutgers Female Institute, N. Y, May
14, 1853_"I have been afflicted with Bronchitis
during the past winter, and found no relief until I
found your Troches. "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
or Cough Lozenges, give prompt relief in Coughs,
Cjlds, and Throat Diseases, and ore for sole
throughout the United States and most foreign 1
Ivory in coral set
When 'twixt parties' lips you see,
SOZODONT, 'tis safe to bet,
Beautifies the ivory.
March 5 tus2
WE HAVE TREED rr. Tried what ? Why the great j
Cough remedy, PECTORAL BALM I Having derived
benefit from it, we use the scriptural injunction,
"Go thou and do likewise." For sale by all drug- !
DOWDS & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO., Agents.
If you want cheap Bb.uk Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, ' Envelopes, Pa?
If you want Printing executed neatly;
H y ou want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ordor, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, NO. 59 Broad street
Auction Salea Xix ls Day.
Bo WEES & &ILCOX will nell this day, in freut or tho
Exchange, inroad street, ot ll o'clock, ; a lot cf land, with
buildings thereon; In the vtttege of Mount Pleasant.
SMITH A: MCGILLIVRAY will sell thia day, at North
Commercial Wharf, at ll o'clock, the schooner William
MCKAT & CAJCPBKLL will sell this day, by catalogue,
at their cash auction house, So. 65 Easel street, oppo?
site postoffico, at 10 o'clock, dry goode, boots and shoes,
clothing, hats, notions, fancy goods, &c.
IiAUBET & ALEXATTDEB will sen this day, in their
store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, 150 lots choice pickles
and sauces, apples, potatoes, shoulders, : sides, soap,
maccsroni, mackerel, sardines, fr-r
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES win sell thia day; at their of?
fice, No. E6 Broad street, at ll o'clock, an assortment of
furniture, bedding, desks, office clock; tc
K. & A. P. CALDWELL wfll son this day, before their
store, No. SO East Bay, at 10 o'clock, wrapping and tea
paper, and a large variety of other articles.
MILLIGAN & SON will sell this day, at their store, No.
22 Tendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, a fine saddle and draft
pony, turmturo, matte esses. Sc .
TVTTT.ES DRAKE wfll sen this day, st his store, corner "
of King and Liberty streets, at io o'clock, a large and
choice assortment of dry goods, clothing, ftc,
T. M. CATER win sell thia day, on Brown's 'Wharf, at
10 o'clock, shoulders, butter, lard, sides, kc
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this day before their store,
No. 27 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, shoulders, sides,
bellies, strips, hams, &c.
? Nsw YORK FARMER, of practical experience in vine*
yard culture, wfll engage in the business with a party
having the necessary .capital, with an ulterior view to
the manufacture of wine. The capital required may be
graduated to correspond with-the extent to which it
would be advisable to go, and used at intervals. If the -
business be conducted with dna regard to the conditions '
essential to success, it win pay soon and wen.
The disorganization of labor* demands a change in
agricultural pursuits, and probably in no direction does
it point with better prospects. than to wine growing.
Grape culture is. ilia Northern States ls attended with so
much uncertainty, in consequence of the severe win?
ters, that it is yet doubtful If lt can be made an interest
of any consid^ribls importance ?eyond speculating in
hardy varieties. In the light of thia experience, South
Carolina lauy seize the prize, as ' some compensation for
the wrongs Inflicted on her by fanaticism to the cause of
a false humanity. In the .change demanded, the upland
planters or fanners will find grape culture a substitute
for their chief staple, which requires bnt trifling labor,
and vastly more profitable. This is no patent way to
get rich, nor yet is it a temptation to speculate in Ara?
sions with a promise of fabuleras r?sulte ; but, ss the
"early bird catches the worm," eb the first to enter this
unbounded field of labor.wfll be the .first, to participate '
with justice tn the largest measure of Whatever ia vain-. ?
able in the legitimate pursuits of life. .. . ., "
Inquiries may be made to the Editors of this'poper,
and to BICHAR? BALLY, care of JOHN W. CALD?
WELL, No. 58 Beaver street, New T?k= March s
--"that knits up the ravelled sleeve o? - J
The cure of each day-? woe, sore labor'a birth,
Balm of hurt mihds,',great' Nature's second course,
CThief nourisher tolife's'feast"-PLAHTATIC?S BZTTKBB. I
'Who that has. suffered long .from. Dyspepsia, Heart
tarn, liver Complaint, Jaundice, and all the ffls the
stomach is heir to, wfll not, for that sick stomach's sake,
take PLAOTCATIOK BXTTEBS, and have immediate relief? I
A good effect is guaranteed from the very first dose. It
has never been known to fafl. Thousands have tried it
and ore cured. Go thou and do likewise. I
March 6 r tuths3
. If you nave & Boffe-rfrtg Child, L
Do not let your pr?judices, fc?W?F$aj$tdep? jotters,-!;;
stand rwtween ittL'arid' tife re??f'that wm be absolutely j
sure to follow the use ofMBS.^WTNBIXJW'SSOOTOWG^I:
SYBttP. Millions of mothers can testify ?thatlt isa per-1 !
fecOy'safe and reliable remedy. It relieves the?hfld?fr?irv j
pain, and cures dysentery and -diarrheas.' It softeuV the. j :
gums, reduces Inflammation, cures wind colic, sad. cor-'L
ries the infant safely through the teething period. '; , [ ,
Be sure and can for -Iv.r..i.C . .-' 'j'
f'? "UBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING 8YBTJP," j
Having the fae simx? -bf "Ctrainr & PEKETSB" on the I
For este by DOWIH & MOISE, NO.-151 Meeting street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel.' '. .' StUth3 * March 2 j.
For restoring strength 'and' appetite) use tbs great I ?
Southern Tonio, PANXNTN'S HEPAUO BITTERS and you j
win not be disappointed. For sale by all druggists. tu j
THE TIME TO ADVERTISE IS THE j
CODTBTKX. ? ' _ ^ (. .1
! . Tbs-Doily Ssuft Carolinian at Columbi a, is now sent J
to every Poctoffioe in the State. ' Being - the ofl?ciel paper
of tho State, it win bo,-foirnd at-ihe-present-itimereBp^jl :
cially valuable to merchante an?'.,othiaro'Restring to avail'
themselves of ? ve^ largo circulation. *" , . I
'?'"?X??. PacCTri ha? a largo circulation throu^cut the j
middle and upper.-Distriete'cf-the'ttS^^'ii^?^^
rates as reasonable as the stringency roi tbs mon^rnar- j'
ket win warrant Merchants and others',t wishing to^^J
the columns of the paper wlH address . ; CT.'. :': ;\'.
? ? li?O?LK& ?i'?EK?Y, Proprietor, .1
^ February 25 -rj-rr.-' -, :. iT/?iC^WumWo, 8. 0. ii
TO TEE INHABITANTS AND PLANTEES OF,THE-1
LO WEB SEABOABD OF-TH? STATE OF SOOTH I
rriHB STJBSOBTBEBS WOHLD BE8PECTFTJLLY TN- I
X'liOBM the above parties that they ara fully prepared 1
to contract tor the braiding and erecting of dwelling I
houses and outbuildings, furnishing all materials when j
desired. Terms reasonable and to snit the times. Fori
farther particular? apply by man to BAV ENEI^B. and a 1
Ii. B., CB? of tho Conductor. GLOVES & BTJBNS. ]
Marchi,_ , ._'? r~ y,
:}[.:?<?- [???:? :CAI^^^ ' ?
IOFFEB MY SERVICES TO THE PT?BLIC AS COL? I
.LECTOB OF BENTS, BTLLSj^c. Apply fr? tte J
present' at my re?metenos SaXmifXBa BTftEsX QirSM
doors north of Wout^oxth at?Bt. lil 8?'-%* *? . I
. "-..Maroni ?'; ' H-Ti^T8^^-^;-.FBAH01B.I^MC8...'-|
T> ATTOK'S WHABF, EAST END OF HABEL RTftEET, 1
X ls sow O TEH FOB BDSTN?83. wat.-^ DOCKAGF,
; WHAEFAGE AND' ST?3AGE can bo had on moderate
terms. Apply te- A-W- LANHEAT/, v '.?s-'S
. ; ? .On the Wharfs ?
;? t- March* -,-.r;: w.. ftv: ? ' " j ^.?'Xti?fa'matt.'1
".8^?*8crWei?9Benr ait?rt^erfsrgioiaaf, m
einer ter beftm XtrOat^n be? Saetea ! (bet ferWetSoder,)
isei^e^anf 8 t's t ? f ei.t ti? e n ?hn>? ?rsrlhttitt-tfti
^tfotgt ?a bea:?8S?8P?a ?raurlen. ? ' "? r- 4,--^
CramrairmlD?r.a?jt, . ~r~~. .?WKSSSiSEW?
arTe. ?eiia?o.^-dS'f&.iftw mmmrm
? Janruay 15 $ % iftS ?? 'W?W**#?
Beal Estate Agents. Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 HAYNE BTBEfflD.
IT HAS AXUHVHU. PASTIES "WHO HAVE EN?
GAGED -will please como forward at once and claim
their engagements. K. M. BUTLER,
Marchs 1_North At'antio Wharf.
dkl-TPX PER TON OF 2000 LBS., CASH
?fl) I U $75 per ton of 2000 Bis., credit to 1st Novem?
ber, 1807, payable by approved factor's acceptances,
with interest at 7 per cent. For Bolo by
MarchO RAVENED St CO. ?
COTTON SEEDT~C0TT0N SEED!
S,f\f\ BUSHELS SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED.
/Ul /Tho Cotton sold for il CO cents per pound. For
sale by WM. GURNET,
March 5 3_No. 102 East Bay.
HOES, AXES, SPADES, etc.
THE SUBSCRIBER 19 NOW RECEIVING BY THE
Gladstone and the Tecumseh, direct from Liverpool,
a full Bupply of
ELWELL'S STRONG CAROLINA AND CROWN
HOES. No. OOO, 00, 0, L 2 and 3
ELWELL'S RICE HOES, B, C and 7 inches
ELWELL'S TRENCHING HOES, 3K and 4 inches
BRADES' PATENT AND CAROLINA HOES
ELWELL'S FLAT AND SCOOP SPADES.
AMES' PLOUGHS, ot all sizes
The celebrated SULKEY PLOUGH.
THE RICE TRENCHING PLOUGH, to make three and
A foll stock of ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARD?
For salo low, by
Ko. 62 EAST BAY, south of tho old Poatoffice.
February 23 ftuG
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED
OF VARIOUS QUALITIES-SOME EXTRA FINE.
For sale by ROPER St STONEY,
February 23 stuthl2 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS, AJP MARKET j
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, $75 CASH; $80 FIRST
j November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island Guano, $20 cash; $25 1st November, with
inter; et, approved city acceptance. -
Bough's Phosphate of Lime, $60 cash; $65 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city acceptance,
Phoenix Guano. $55 cash.
Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt
F???crs" Plaster or Gypsum, warrant-a pure. .
lu offering tho above manures to planters, I do so with
every confidence, not only having testimonials from
planters who have used them tho past year, but tho
farther guarantee that every cargo, aa it arrives from the
factory, is analyzed, by Prof. Shepard, of the South
Carolina Medical C?TTege, and tho high reputation ot
theeo manures fully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 ' tuths3mos No. 62 East Bay.
THE COMPOSITION OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN
TICAL WITH PERUVIAN. TT DIFFERS
ONLY TN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
WTBtLE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
nearly twice the quantity of Phosphate of Lime,
15 per cent, of which is immediately soluble. Its effects
on Cotton the past season have, in many instances, ex?
celled Peruvian Guana It has in no case proved less ac?
tive In the early growth of the crop. When drought in?
tervenes the crop does not suffer from its use ss is sae
case with Peruvian Guano. By reason of tho presence in
lt of so largo aper cent, of Phosphate of Lime its uso Im?
proves the soil to sn extent that cannot be realized fro n
Every cargo of this Guano ls subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, and ls sold on a basis cf actual value.
Tho undersigned. Agent, is prepared-to furnish tho tes?
timony of weUlmown South Carolina planters in evidence
of the superior excellence of this Guano.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 4 tuthsmSmo NO. 62 EAST BAY.
BELLEVUE SEA ISLAND COTTON
SEED FOR SALE.
FHAS PRODUCED THE LARGEST YIELD WITH lie
our observation, and is of s superior quality. Apply
to" ' J. H. B AGGETT Sc CO.
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
T^HS UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
JL NOUNCTNG A> Planters and Fanners that they are
?^f^^?fL1^^ 0 superior article of SUPER-PHOS
fHAXK OF LYME, manufactured expressly tortte^
and which they can warrant to contain an the element?
necessary to insure a rapid and mature growth of any
crop to which it may be sppliod. ^
Terms-Sixty doliera per ton cash, or Btrty-flve dol?an,
per ton-one quarter cash, and balance 15th December,
tsm approved factors" acceptance, with Interest at 7 per
cent, from date of punchase. ' *
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agricultural Implement Warehouse and Seed Store,
_ , No. 140 Meeting street
February 13 Imp Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
iE. FRANK COB'S
SEPER PH?SFBATE OF MME
' OB' -
'*RV*?H?? TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF PLANT
corn or Cotton, the experience cf last:-year proving is
equalif not superior toPernHan Guano.. *? - *v'^?"
. JTbe lbUowlngrfc} the report of an analysis made from a
lot now in store; --v. ..... .
Phosphate of Lime, soluble.... ... ?as:
Phosphate pf Lime, ?soluble....v'.'.28.8r>-' ?/%
Su?nate of L?ne sj?i'tsaces-of Sulphate of^ 37'^
Ammonia, Potash. Sods end-Mafinesia,
with same free Sulphuric'Acid,- about ^' ?ion
Combined Wafe?-fa pcrtton of tbis oelaccs to '
balance is doubflesa muutr^t^n w?hthe ':
Animal, Matter) sro; Animal Matter;:...1.\ ;ao.OO
Silica (Sand).............. ,- o_oo
/..-.'''^'?'.t'-MKi'^.; -'ii..-' * vno'00'
The Animal Matter, as might be supposed in afierUHaer
so largely derived from flsh, -is less h^ary mtro^dzed
toan that in the Peruvian Guano. St?lttwIU^s?^Lau
rtotf the process ol^dec^ttnfegHfcni t3kadC&???SaSem?
at Ammonia. Ibe"OJILu??''1' fsremarLahlyabtaidanti
hero associated with other less stable animtl principles
Karnet Sui of adding .to the value of tho mixture. m?i
eisEy on light sons.' The'insoluble Phosphate bo&
thoroughly organ^ vabd- at Oto- soma time, minnte?:
rUvlded; is also weSao^r^toagiadualappropiiation by
the plant -.r*.- ? - ---.i^ ,?'?'-?'
.i^^?S?^^ .:%"?5^ ^PW COE"S -SUPER:
PROSFHATB la ajjudpbusly sndtfaiibftilly.manuSo?
tored^Manure, And . wm npt-oliaisaolm?thos?iwho wfll.
i'J&tegS L ' roHAM BB^AHD. " v
Price$65perton of 2000 pounds. -,.;?! .. . :?.',-;,
Farsaleby - . B.H. RODGERS A CO.,!'
Solo Agente fox South Csronna. .
January 13 stath?mo . .NOTmAthffltfe.WVr^HT'
: :-',!-'!?i?;j?'(, .ei.;. ;. < i irfo i?nni ?? i!
I . ?ALLED FOE GGNVEM tfCE/EGONQ--': *
u <?mt, CHEAPNESS?,
-TT CASHS WOKKKDVIflXK T?i OB FOUR HANDS, <
? JL" ATO'Tpj. TUBS SOOT, t OM TWENTY "TO I
TBTRTY BALES, OF FITS BUNKED POUNDS- EACH, -
PBS-DAE. ; "- >. .
C^L3^SgiP^lP*rt<#llw' < Bg^ o^aadsr assv
<?toBin2Hoo^ and?a?b?i?aaer iver and worked lu' '
oB khifiji bf weather, li weighs e> thousarid pcundst
:e??<W?8^Wadfly broken spart a : caHtolVabout tbs
^^*iw4E.,e*fi?-!^1 i*8. ; .io:..,'i:;'.i.r :
Uli SE?^fes, ; .-f .:? i?
' VJ . v -V.'.- v:rii.-. .:.-^Cit:v,.(.. SJ :
December U ; ., .- . -wV, tuihsSmo . .
Di/ILL PBACTTOa IN THE St 3RIOR COURTS OF
/;T^^W ATO ^TJOTIOBBj UFOBT DISTRICT.
I Atareas -.''.'.::.. ''.' ." 9*-:".
THEO. F. CHTJPEIN,
OFFICE, ... No. ?75 KING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE HABEL.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN?
SERTED at inodora to prices.
?S" TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
LAUGHING GAS. j
Or by DB. RICHARDSON 'S apparatus for producing
March G tutus Gmo
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 2,1867. J
TpROM AND AFTER THIS DATE THE FREIGHT
r*- ?fiiarge on CORN, from Charleston to any Station on !
?ofi??T4 b0 to I
S. S. SOLOMONS,
m." TTT" , ., ? Superintendent.
?J?L?he2SSineUm J?nmal ma Wadesboro. Cheraw
andBeraettsville papers will copy for one month.
BOOKS, STATIONERY. ETC.
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory? Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, SEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL -
of superior quality aro manufactured and offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public aro invitad |
ito give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre?
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N Ja ION
ASK FOB THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, . 1
ENQIXEEBIHG DEPARTMENT, >
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1866. )
I have always recommended the Faber Poly grail o
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial ! of tao amaran Poly grade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find thom superior to any pencil in .use, even 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 aro very finely graded and have a very |
smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the point well;
they aro all that can' bo desired in a pen eil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
Professor of Drawing, &c
* Itt PENCIL ' ABE STAMPED : '
AS- "AMERICAN LHAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t he exact name of the firm :
look to lt. _ gmo_December 13
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
TUST BEC HIVED- ,' .......
if A lar e supply of STATIONERY . .... .
LHOT?GRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
... POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc :.
" ALSO, '.. - .. . .
V A fla? and large selection ei NOVELS, by .tho most
celebrated nuthora. SONG BOOKS. BOOKS for Home
Amusements, lt ' ; ; ? ? :'- ' ?
AR the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, a^.subscriptions re?
ceived for tho sains.. -
Orders from the coirntry_ara .ragywUi illy ?pu e* --j- -
Ts.?.i,?-t i <n-v.- _ , y... November 8
SHIP CHANDLERY. ETC.
BETVVTBEN BOY^^ KQBrm A^-80?TO ;
-x' "WSA?BVES.". Lui/
SION 3O5BG&ANT, Dealertbtttjm*?
porter in KUSSI?" B<MfcT BOPB?
Manilla and Tarred: Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton: Sall,Buck-antf Twines,
ParceE?hg^Copper, Sheathing. Metal
Blocks* -Boats'; rj'^ivi
Personal and particular attention
efren to parchase and sale of WER
C?ANDISE pH? PBOB?CE; eon
?gn?d O?* trusted te my. Scare,. - and
prompt returns made; - ' V'"
^pitowir ^EeversPatentLile SOT*
ingf Tackle and Boat Detaching' Ay-.
paratus^ for ste?lin?r?y-alvays on
hand, and for "sale at :.New Tork
prices^^ ? ^Vr--^-"1,1 ' ~
HARBISON B?B?^.-M?NU^iOTU?iBB AN?}! TH
PORTER of ."WINDOW . SHADES, CQRNICES,
Binda, Pin8,~Ta8?eIa, Gimps; Lc<)p< Cords, te?$m&
Bolton and Jb?m'ecr??bvNew-y?rfc r ~:L" ? r
IftStore and Office ShaaetrrnicSij to order:
'-.December 34. ,-~ ??? .?.>. r':v' '..mwfuin? '"'
STEAM GAS KITTER- : ARB. .REiU?SRER,
.PLATSAKB OBSAMon?ilifc OS^?T?C?T?BES^AB
J?L^HS?6 AND mry^&r.*RQ?UBTl?S AT?
TENDED TO. , "_ Nb, ?16, KlNaaiBSKT.,
.Angosta ; ..Between Sr??^aS^^Viifee^-'
"PUBLISHED BVSSt?-' SATURDAY- Jt??in!afS,-uAT
JL- ;OrangeburgV ?.?OU: T6tt&-ia--peirina?mL inW
vajee. _ ._
During the spring and fall seasons exfr?, copies of the
OBASOEBUBO NEWS will be drculatefl;for TBB benefit of
our advertising patrons.. ... ... .^,.r . ,
?/Cot?ract Advertisements- inserted-oM the most liberal
rarmVE Address SAMUEL TUBBLE,
^__i Editor Orangebiar? News.
a??5532 ; 0rttt?^-bnT?- s- c
ISowiew there are-who t?M'g^te^iit?m?'iif^Bl???i
oTtte- lung? OT respiratory -organs; who,-by iiBgleictlng
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the -complaint, until
disease strikes its shafts, cau??ig]nexr^Bssibls>tca^ur?
o? th? patient, and anxiety and distress, to friends. "Only
3 cala 1" "A Blight sore throat!" 1? theieedless remark
?fi rosny whetCaiaOaoteA, - Se? i . ?fSSry * ?o?d,-** -^MU?B'
thongtitleso axpresaioa. of-thousand*' wh^^Death-h?E
marked for bia prey.. ..ivs^.i::r^.~ 1f*T,
t Fewrwarned-Fcirearmed I should .bo ?nrmotto forever
la the minda of aU BObJect to ConshB_^ida.<
Sering from'Ai?aDjfe/BronchltlBV C?nsumi
wrUun their r?wrfl:anu-,rr &e?e?teoV mi?. _,
snsuo-c Ufe of jmsery ? g dd&,'homW "struggle for est
Istenca. A contest ta- .which- thara cafi-be?su?one'T??teS'
??D0B?r.tt sW.?^ ?ie-Bttongertlhln^
reboa cansed? ^?^-neglect?- Then why ?olay t ! Wha.tea
ciao sam be ofereiL: when- -timaly- mimMiiiounded tri
your.-esra? 1 Vrixh th? . danger ia ' p?r?ted ?ai ? why not
avoid ttt KABffl>=H*r PE^T^- BW hai bV^Sed
wlt? ?uccesa in-nsasrjr s -million of daeas/a?d ls eadomed
by tho Medical Facalry as Um raour prompt and effica-'
clous remedy that ?Sentirle rosewutt&s ojsc(r>ered to
g^c^amm^-JTttk. caso ft :?ot-beyend-aB hopo;l
ra?on ?ra ar no moans ^oggerated; in fact, &_ .
of the eulogies:bostowed upon lt ty thornlands whobave.
been cured br^mt?^r.y?^: . Agiarfntse; aeeosQiamesJ
each bottle and dealer? or? innbrarted in ererytnatmice
to refund tie;.nipi?ey 'it???'t?ff, ymantim ?aRtter?-i
?V ? '.-/'-'*' . ' . -iV-Jri ,?C*H-?XA' ,'?1
^TtepH?a by W;;M?BSDEN1 NQ?.?37 Eroadway, DM'
? T'Orv?rJoei SO cerita aman bottle; $1 largo s?zel .
< S- ; eOODB20H,'WlN?kAN 4 COC?'1
1<C< JHA?, . >; s 4lt/'-?...;.jDomm+mv^"*?.
.r.;..:;: ? , :; ; . ..W?iolo??l? Agents, Charleston. '
V And by an RxjtoU DratgistD,.
f'' December 4 i? .-... "'V : ?^o.'.'}
?Ta!5?*$^^iCHWrA? SLATES AS?^?BLATJK ^ .
qcate acooToraodatlons, have n?tde arrangements to re
mov? from No. 68 Malden Lane to tho orten ulva lofts of
No. ??? BROADWAY, near Canal'street. Now York, on
the ICU? of March; offlKflng.tbero to b?ysr? bette
Bonnets, un account of Underwriters-Hosiery,
Shoes, Dry (foods, Clothing.
BY JOHN G. M IL.!* OR di CO.
TO-MORHOW, 6th instant, at 10 o'clock, trill be sold at
oar auction salesroom. No. 133 Meeting street, on ac?
count of tho underwriters and all concerned, damaged
on the voyage from New York,
1 CASE. 24, LADLES' FANCY BONNETS
Pairs Heavy Brown Blankets, Men's, Women's and
Lauies'.and Misses' Mixed and Black Cotton Hose,
Gloves, Fancy Half Hose
Huckaback Towoling, Towels, Jaconet, Bareges, Bleach?
1 Trunk containing Coats and Pants, Osnaburg Thread,
with other articles, aa usual.
^Conditions cash. March 5
Furmiure, Bedding. Desks, Office Clock, <fc.
BY CLIFFORD ?fe MATTHEWKS,
Auctioneers. No. SO Broad Street.
Will be sold at our omeo THIS DAY, 8th instant, at
Mahogany, Mohair and Cane Boat Tcte-a-Tete SOFAS,
Ann Chairs and Plain Chairs, Marblo Top Centre Tables,
Bedsteads, Spring Bed Frames, Couches, Mattresses, ,
Feather Bods, Bolsters and PiUowB, Gilt Cornices, omeo
Desks, Office Press arranged for papers, one largo Office
Clock, and other articles.
Terms cash. March S
Soap, Maccaroni, Mackerel, Sardines. <?c.
BY LAU REY ?fe ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 5th Inst., will bo sold before our st-re. No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
39 BOXES SOAP
6 boxes Macearon!
30 boxes Pickles, kc
IS boxes Pepper, Cumberland and Lordward Sauces
3 cases Sardines
8 boxes Green Com
2 quarter-bbls Mackerel.
Conditions cash. March 5
Apples, Potatoes, Slioulaers, Herrings and Lamps.
_ BY LAL RE Y St ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 6th inst., will bo sold before our Store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
15 obis. APPLES
15 bb'.B. Potatoes
208 boxes Hearings
20 dozen Kerosene Lamps
125 untagged Hams
Conditio?-., -.ash. March 5
Positiv, ?le of Choice Pickles,'French Mustard,
BY LAURE Y St ALEXANDER.
TETS DAY, tho 5th Inst., will bo sold in our store. No.
187 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
115 CASES CHOICE PICKLES, consisting of Chow
Chow, Picallili, Mixed and Assorted Pickles, Gherkins,
Pepper, Hash, French Mustard, Assorted Sauces, Ita., he.
?CASES CH?Sa? and BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH
PICALLILI and Chow-Chow.
Conditions cash. _March 5
MILLI ti A!* ?fe SON,
Win s1 ll THIS DAY, 5th Inst, at No. 22 Vendue Bange,
at 10 o'clock,
ONE FINE SADDLE AND DRAFT PONY, 4 years old.
Alto one Large Extension Table, one Tee House, Water j
Coolers. Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Washstands, Screens,
Counter, Wiro Safes, New Mattresses, kc Unlimited ar?
ticles received. March 5
The Schooner "W?Tiam" and "John" at Auction,
82 32-100 tonnage, new measure; Sails new in j
BY SMITH die MCGILLIVRAY,
.Vuet 1 one?rs. No. 37 Broad street.
Will be sold THIS DAY. the 6tb Inst, at ll o'clock,
Whore she now lies at North Commercial Wharf.
i Horses, Mules and Furniture at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, No. ?87 Broad Street.
Will be Bold TO-MORROW, the 6th inst, in front of I
... thoir office, at 10J? o'clock. 1
ARTICLES AND ANIMALS received up to hour of I
sala _._March 5
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
De LaMotta os. De LaMotta.
Win he sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House in thia City, on TUESDAY, the
Mth day of March,1867, atU o'clock, A. M.,
1. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, on Logan street com?
posed of two lota, vis ; All that Lot of Land, on the west
tddo of Logan street, in this city, measuring twenty-six
feet eight inches (26 feet 8 inches) In front on said street,
and on the back line, which runs bevelling, forty-six
feet, and in depth, from east to- west on the south line,
seventy-six. (76) feet And, also, an that Lot of Land, sit?
?alo on the west side of Logan street measuring in front
on said street thirty (30) feet four (4) inches, and in depth
on tho south ride, from east to west one hundred and
sixteen (116) feet and on the north side, seventy-six (76)
feet, and tn width on the west line, which runs bevelling,
fifty-one (61) feet; and'whlch two lots butt and bound as
follows ? On the east on Logon street on the north on
lands of the: estate of Joshua Cauter, on the northwest
by lands now or ahrmerly of Henry Middleton, and on
the south by lands of Moses Irving.
2. ALL THAT- LOT OP LAND situate on the west
side of Logan, street obtaining, in front on said street
twenty-five (26) feet and in depth on the south side run?
ning to tho Une, ono hundred and fifty (150) teat, more
or lesa; then running northeast along tho Une, about
forty-three (43) feet then running east to Logan street
about one hundred and sixteen (116) feet being part of
Lot No. 2, run 'out by Mr. William. Logan, recorded rh
tho Office of the Register of Mesne Conveyance. .
3. "ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, situate on the east si !e
of Savage street containing in front on said street twen?
ty-five (25) feet and in dept a ninety-three (93) feet be the
said measurement either more-or lesa ; bounding west on
Safase street east on lands of Henry Middleton, south
on s lot of Hiss 8- H. Savage, and north on landa of-.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two, three
and four years, secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the promisee, with interest payable annually
Purchaser to pay ?bx papers. '
' ; . JAMES TUPPER,
' rebrnaryaa v -taft?_Master in Equity.
.' "' ' , BSBEK TUFJCBBSIXX-JO^iancX.-- ?
r ? .. Ztatn vs. Daly.1 '; " J *"
Win be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House in this city, on TUESDAY, the
. ?th day of M?rcb.-1867ratll o'clock A. M.
X ALL THAT LOT" OF LAND, with the BufldingB
thereon," situate tm the north side of Trodd street In this
city, known by the number 44, and measuring tu front on
Iraddstreet 29 feet more'or'less,'and in depth from
south, to north 160 feet G inches," more or less. Bounding
north, on land now ?r late of -- Monroe; east on land
raw or late of T. H. Long-, south 'on' Trodd street and
weat on land now or late of Charles Love.
?!??- . . ALSO,
? ALL TAT LOT OF LAND,' with 'the BufldingB
thereon, situate at toe southeast corner of Church and
Atlantic sit eels, in this city, and measuring on Ch.-.rch
street 32 feet 2 inches by 38 feet 9.-inches on the bach
Use, and in depth from west to east on Atlantic street 121
feet, he-the said dimensions-more or. less. Bounding
north on Atlantic street : east cm rand of --?-; southon
land of--; and west On Church street '
' ? <-'- . ? ixao, ^--- ?? - - .
?(t|? ALL THAT IMPROVED 'T^OT,' OF LAND, situate in
the lawn cf Chester; on the west side'of Saluda road,
the,lines bounding which commence at a. corner of the
lot now in the possession of'3> SJ Asberry, and running
thence with the line of said: Asberry's lot 256 feet to the
S?ltala road; tlenoe with the said Saludo road' one hun?
dred (loo) feet to corner of lot belonging to estate of J. L.
Gaston; thence with-the line of said Goston'B lot 256 feet
to s stake; thence to the beginning comer- 90 feet being
abortion of the lot conveyed an 19th February, 1857, to
George A. Albright by A. J. Albright : .; I
? - Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and throe
years, secured by bond of the purchaser-and mortgage of
the premises, with interest from day of sale payable an?
nually. Buildings to-be insured, and -policy assigned
Ptwjhaser to pay for papers. . ?: JAMEa TUPPER, ..
?etarn?ryl? tuft - Master in Equity.
PIKST PKEJlirjM AWAR?KO
! .' i ' ' ; AT THE -
LOUISIANA STATE FAIH
: ?eldin New Orleans from Nov. 20th to 27th, 1S6G, .'
A/O: ?X?BI 'A-1V.I. O O M PBTITORS.
i OFFER TO' THE PUBLIC THIS CELEBRATED
. OIL, and in doing so we unhesitatingly pronounce
tttnperior to any Burning Ott ln-use. ' .It is ",
., SON-EXPLOSIVE. -.'?-.?-'..*. '"'
i vrtyrr^tprgnwr?^TturaRTTJ - -- .? - ? -
rr"wji^-3?n!GBFJ?raTmEH?irDs. - " 1 ~."
rr WILL NOT son. OR GREASE THE CLOTHING.
IJ.ISMC^BBILLL\NTTHA^ OAS. '' : .
rr PRODUCES- A SOFT AND BEATITIFUL HIGHT.
TT IS NOT'SOTHYiNG TO THE EYES.
ri' OAS BB OHED IN ANY KEBOSENE LAMP BY
CH.tN3JNGi>RALTERING THE BURNER.
Il bas been most favorably received., and pronounced
by Judges to be tho BEST AND MOST RELIABLE OIT,
otra in. tho : market; ? and In- consequence' .of thia' many
t?&?s'Accidenbsaxiririgfrorn' the E&LOSiaN OF KER?
OSENE, thia Oil isleltehsively known 'andused" in pref-;
ereace.. $4 .......
! Wo; are now prepfired to furrdsh1 the trade with this
valuable O?, and we solicit frcnn.tho public an examin?
ilc? ssfi trial, ./.-.?./??i . ???-.??.???- .. ' '
Wo have oahitnd a large stock of :LAMPS, BURNERS,
CHIMNEY3, WICKS, Ac, and can supply the trade on
liberal terms. -'-: -' . :
i ^A. KckEGB, :
Ho.'ia^icaAS?E STRBET, '
: SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH. CAROLINA.. ,I
?Toraal?- at Retail by /.'"..,.-? .: . '
: ;;/.' ::rrtt 1 :''-.V.^BBAWS A BYER,
':;;. -':,'; ' , " ! . ." v .-T-.Il'o..6ahroad;s*feefc ''i
" JAMES E. MCDOWELL,
No. 298 King street'
S0LIHE B?^i?ifa Oil/,
1 ur. ,'.vOT^".?SB8A?5?l?-.AHl> BEBT ET USE.
so SMOKE, .no ajoibjL? NOS-EXFI^STVE.
rY?Bria S?PERI?R Ol?, GIVES A BF^I?IFUL-LiaHT,
Jt !?<l?alto Gas In brilliancy; ls much cheaper; is per
ajiyottoroil osRurr?ng Elrda over offered to thepubB?
The'-Com?ssir.' -tyiltahjo forrdab: th* trade, at manufac?
turera'- iprio?s, aR kinds of Patent Safety Lamps, Lan
teiasi '?Sactieaiers, etc, BdrnirAbiy adapted ?or Hotels,
taarcaesv' Private BesidmienS. -flb^^MfehWttdl,;
Offices?-Steamboats, BsOrrcJS.' ?i i "br Plantatton use.
ra-raio^ they-are-:better' gtrtstny. prapcMiwaateMeimr
which a light U used, than any:Other htaik^n.^^Sited^'anrl1
mft^j^otjc^VimmiSovMM^t^ reaah. of ov?T.
'^sil?t? taken.tor;!^ VSHrngSt.' ?? ?"?
" ibrftpASr par?eulars, terms, etc., address th? COM
'/.i&?^??t1-^ 'to regard 0'^
5?2ttyof theSolmeC?: .-. ^3ru;-.;:;?.-j>
'8n?i IVhata ^risaw -rlslTHgito
Un? la .a tlaUianK'aii anal! ttthS aaieat and most
MItskaSeaa burxdirg.naia 1 aOToWnaca. Rgivesa
and bMBtafo!. ?oA lighf. and 1 can say from expe
ta? iii perfectly safa fxttlm hands of any one
? ; . T . .. ; : '. " ilOT^^rif?^liKRtrar. .*
Ordarafor thaabg?TBOi: and Lampa wHl bo received ai
.JaBonr#:l?. ->:unJj.:'/.iac .?-:-OH_??.' .ideaos '
No. 80 BROAI> STREET,
CHAMXESTON, 8. C.
l>Msrab?rIS ' tuOaao
Dry (foods and Clothing.
BY MILKS DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell at ruy Store,
corner of Kim; and Liberty streets.
Pieces LONGCLO'lH, HUSH LINEN
Pieces Printed Lawn, Drusa Goods
Pieces Jaconet and Mull Muslin
Pieces Satinet, Juan, Kersey, Brown Plain
Tweed. Cottonade, Drown and Slate Cambric
White Twilled Jean, Brown Linen, Denim, Ticking
Ked Flannel, Cotton Flannel, &c.
Dozens Madras Holt fu, 34 and 36 Balmoral and Hoop
India Gauze, Shirts and Drawers, Counterpanes
Silk Parasols, Ladies' and Gonts' Hosiery
Cloth and Kid Glove?, Belts and Buckles
SuspenduT, Neckties, L. Cambric and Hem Stitch Hdkfs
Buttons, Blk Flax Thread, Table Cutlery, Spool Cotton,
200 pair Satinet, Cassimoro and Jeau PANTS.
Terms cash. _ ??arcb 5
BY It. & ?T?P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, 0th inst., will bo sold before our Store, No.
90 East Bay, at 10 o'clock.
21? reams WKAPPING AND TEA PAPER
IT kegs Nails
15 boxes Oolong Tea
2 hah* chests Souchong Tea
13 boxes Fig Blue
16 boxes Soap
20 nests Measures
10 cases Cldor
12 bbl?. Lager Beer
Boxes Soleratus, Yeast Powders
Boxen Olive Oil, Mustard
Boxes Axes, Macearon!
Nests Measures and Bbl. Covors.
Conditions cash. March 5
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL & CO.
THIS DAY, the 6th instant, will bo sold before our Store,
at 10 o'clock,
300 S. C. BACON STRIPS.
Conditions cash. March 5
Slioulders, Butler, Lard and Sides.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at 10 o'clock,
20 boxes SHOULDERS AND BIDES, in store and to
land per steamer Souder
200 firkins and tubs State Butter, in store and landing
100 firkins Lard
10 bbl? White Beans.
Conditions cash. March 5
Mount JPleasanl Property-A Good Chance for
BY BOWERS & SELCOX.
Will be sold THIS DAY. the Eth of March next, at ll
o'clock, in front of the Exchange, Broad street,
AU that LOT < <F LAND, with tho Buildings thereon,
situated at tho corner of Pitt and the street leading to
tho Light House, in thc village of Mount Pleasant. The
House is built on a brick foundation 5 feet high, is two
stories high, containing 4 square rooms, each about IS
feet square ; pantry and dressing-room, 10 feet square; a
good Kitchen on brick basement, with two rooms; Lot
73 feet wide by 170 feet deep, more or less.
The above promises can be treated for at private sale.
Apply os above.
Condi atona-One-half cash; balance In one year, with
interest, also bond and mortgage. Buildings to be Insur?
ed and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay B. A S. for pa?
Marchs_7,12,14,19,21,26,28, Mh 2,4,5
First Sp. ino Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes. Clothing, Bats. Notions, ac.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
CASH AUCTION HOUSE, NO. SS HASEL STREET.
OPPOSITE NEW POSTOFFICE.
Regalar Salea Says every Tuesday and Fri?
day during the Season.
WOl sell THIS DAY (5th March), at 10 o'clock, by
catalogue, for cash,
DRY GOODS, in aU varieties
BOOTS AND SHOES, a full assortment
CLOTHING, suitable for Sprins season
HATS, in fashionable styles and colors
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS, of all kinds.
BX R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Broiler? and Auctioneers, 33 Broad Street.
TO-MORROW, 6th inst, at half-past 10 o'clock, wfil be
1 CANADIAN STALLION, 3 Mules, 1 thoroughbred
Stallion, 2 Horses, 1 Seven Octave Bose Wood Plano,
Cook Stove, and variety of Furniture. M?"--,h 6
Shoulders, Sides, Bellies, Strips, Hams, dc.
JEFFORDS St CO.
WU1 seU THIS DAY, before their store, No. 27 Vendus
Range, at 10 o'clock,
6 hods BACON SHOULDERS
10 tierces Bacon Shoulders
16 boxes Bellies tn Dry Salt
20 bbls Sugar-cured Hams
20 bbls Sugar-cured Strips
3 hhds Jolea
20 bbls Pure Leal Lard
6 kegs Butter
24 boxes Cheese
10 bbls Rye Flour
30 bbls Pink Eye Potatoes
6 bbls Imported Ale-pints.
Conditions cash. _ March 6
65 Kegs Nails, on account of underwriters and all
JEFFORDS ?St CO.
Wfll soU on THURSDAY, 7th instant, in front of their
store. No. 27 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock,
66 kegs NAILS, slightly damaged on board steamer
-, and sold on account of underwriters said all con?
Condltlona cash. tnth2 _Marchs
UNDER DECREE UV EQUITY.
Mashburn cs. MashOurn.
Win be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
. the old Custom House, in this ci ty, on TUESDAY, tba
19th day of March. 1867, at U o'clock A.M., .
1. All that LOT OF LAND, situate in Boundary street,
in thia city, measuring about
butting and bounding north on Boundary street; south_
on land formerly of A. Henry; east on land of Mr. Mann, -
and west on land of Peter Matthews and Katy Jacobs.
AU?), V ?"-."?.'.
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on Beaufain street
and au alley running therefrom to Wentworth street, in
Ward Nb. 4, in this eily, known by the numbers 14, IS
and 16, on a plat of a half square of land on Harleston
Green, formerly belonging to tho estate of Dr. William L.
Kirkland, made by J. B. Petitool, Surveyor, In 1826,
measuring on Beaufain street 82 2-5 feet; on the alley 120 -
feet '; on the north Une 82 feet, and on the weet Uno 09-.*""
feet-, bounded north by Lot So. 17; east ^yafojss&id
alley; south by Beaufain street,dil west by Lot No. 13.
Terms-Qne-thi>"d cssi ; balance In one, two and three
years, aecBT-Tby bonds of the purchaser and mortgage
of the^rernises, with interest from day of sale, payable
ttA^i-nnp^nUy; hTiii^inpi tobe Insured and policies as- '
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers. _
' - ' JAMES TUPPER,
February 26 tnx7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE EN EftCTTY.
. Tanlunson vs. Tanlunson..
WU1 be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the 12tU day of
March, 1867, at ll o'clock A- M., : .
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on King street, and ..
known by the No. 190, batting and bounding to the north "
on land now and formerly of Butjes; to the east on land
now or lato of Dr. Rodrigues; to the south an land for?
merly of Mathew M?ler, and to the weet on King street, .>>'?
measuring on the front and back Unca thirty-three (33>
feet, and in depth one hundred and ninety (190) te?fc :::
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in two equal sue-..
eesatve ?ynTinl <T,Q?,I1TT,?T,<I? secured by bond of the pur.
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest from "
day of sale, payable annually; Purchaser to pay for
papers. ? . JAMES TTJPPF~
February 19 trrf7 Masterin]
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. .
:; Harlestone Trustee^ vs. Waring. : ,
WU1 be sold under the direction of tho nnderaignsd, at
the Old Custom House in this City, on TUESDAY, thc "
12th day of March, 1867. at ll o'clock, '
ALL THAT PLANTATION, known' as "Strawberry,"*
situate on the western branch of Cooper River, and
measuring and containing 33 32-100 acres of river swamp ?
and 790 acres of high land; bounding north an lands of
John B. Waxing, east, on,landu formerly of Elisa BsUL i
south on londs of Benjamin Bead, and west on the river. >?
. Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and three
years, secured by bond and mortgage ol fhe'pxemiaes, *
with Interest from day of sale, payable annually. . Pur- .
chaser to pay for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
February 26 ? ttrfS ? Master to Equity. ;:
UNDER DECREE 1?S EftUITY. ; v
Schipmann vs. Bonneau. ,.
wm be sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House in this etty, on THURSDAY, -
tho 14tb day of March, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M., '.'".
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND, situate in St, Stephen's
Pariah,. District of Charleston, containing- six hundred
andona (601) acres of high land, and two hundred (200)-1
acras of swampland (the swamp land not laid out, belt
more or lesa); bounding north on. tanda now or lately or
the heirs of Theodore Gourdin; .east on tads now or. ;
lately of Elizabeth Gourdin and BtoutameairB; south on -
James Gaiilard's and Edwin Ga?lard's? and bearing ?aaa. ':
other marka ss wm more fuDy appiar ou reference to a .
pbtoxecQted by J. Sessions on the 4th September. V*. ' .
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance In four equal succes
atve annual matsh-cents, ?ecured by bond of tba pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with., intent from :
day of sale, payable annually. : Purchaser to pay tat
paper?. JAMES TUPPER, .
.Fehnraary 22 ftnSthl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. i-'-'5
The Home Loan and Building '? Association tja.
i Detghen and Davis. -
On TUESDAY, the 19th March next, at ll o'clock, Wfil ba
sold at the Old Custom HouBB, under tba direction of
thc Master, .
AD that LOT OF LAND, with the Braiding? thereon,
aitaate.on the north aide of .Quean street: bon "
south on Queen street, east on land of BecJ. Elf6,
on land of the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. 3
north oa land of the Protestant Congregational Ol
and west on land of John Gordon, measuring tn front On
Queen street W feat, on- the back Une 22 feet 8 inches,
and in depth 223 feet, more or lass. :: . - ?
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ta papers. - ?
.. ~ J. W. GRAY, Master In Equity- .
March2S '.:.,;jKt. .- . thltuS
.. ? I -' Fbr Sale ar Bent.
' BY H. H. tMiBOS.i; ?'
For Sale or Rent- ?*.'. - .-> .-.-?!.;'?.;'.?.' '
- THE -RESIDENCE No. 17 Aahlay street, situated tn oatt-'
of the KeaW?ost portions ex the elly, ?nd within two
hundred yarda ot tho City Railroad- Tho dwelling ix ;
vsry toomy. Gai, hot and cold water tn hones atad;-."
Uk-Aen. bath room. Sic, and aO necessary outbuDdlDgs.
of brick, for servants, carriage oouj-eo, kitchen, Ao.. Tho. -
lot li? 1*5 feet square, paved yara, flcrereT garden, &c ''
.JJ ..?*.-.?.'.1 -v ; AI*o, ? ? - 1.'*. ' *
A FINE PLANTATION, about 14 roflea from Charl ea?
ten, ott Ashley River, and within three mfi.es of tn? South
Carolina. Batucad, containing one thousand acres; and
Ano bric* yard, good dwelling, and eervsnta' bnUdiaga
FOT terins, ap-aly aaaboveat' . . : -
March 5 : . tnOq. No. 23 BROAD STEET.
3i<it:S?\"r Fine Retr4ence in Basel street.
. . BY LOUIS D. De SAUSSURE.
"ForSabv-- i j. :V*; (?.'.; : . . ';*->>?-??' .
The doalrablo three-story BRICE BE8TDEKCE on tho
south aldo c< Hasel street, between- Meeting and Anson ,
streets, eordatoing eight largo roomo. pantry, dresstag
roam; ?? two piftim ^ <^
brlcic kl?-h.e-3, ca?riai-e hoasu axx? ?table. The Lotrnea
?nm eft/ foei.front, ir* one hundred and nmcty f?et -
deep, more or lesa. Urtnfl gebrnary 88 .
General Commission Merchant,
$?. \ '.^"..?.V^AKP':'; '. , ?????? :- '??
. 'JR i ? Y ".KKADK'?T H JB_'B'T>
Coraer Hudson Streot, Kew York.
T\EALEE IN PAPER . AND ?51 MATERIALS OF
VJ" mu> de?cirh>tian.83r lt? n-Jinnfacrare. ?..
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mt, aa <n va essssrwiaB-sr* i???'