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WEDNESDAY MORNING, MASCH 2l>, 1867.
LOCAL MATTE KS.
We aro continually receiving communications on
political and other mattera from persons who do
n >t attach their proper names to tho articles sen*;
and wc take this occasion of repeating that nothing
can be published in Tuc DAILT NEWS without
hoing indorsed by some responsible individual.
AT an astra meeting of the Charleston Fire En?
giao Company, held at their Hall ou Tuesday eve?
ning, 19th inst., J. C. LACOSTE was unanimously
Fi'anl: Leslie's Fashion Mu?<xjan?, for April, has
been sent us by Mr. VOGLEB, 108 Market street. It
is filled with a large number of elegant plates, de?
scriptivo of tho latest fashions.
FXOUB AND G BOCEMES.-Messrs. STENHOUSE &
Co.. advertise an extensive assortment of flour,
just arrived and in store. This is of the different
brands usually known to dealers, and will be sold
at tho lowest market prices. They have also a
large supply ol bacon, corn, &c.
Mr. M. M. QUINN, of the Up-Towu News Depot,
opposite Ann street in King, has furnished us with
tho April numbers of Codeys Lady's~Bo?k, Frank
Leslies Fashion Magazine, Harper's Magazine,
The Ha! Ila! (a new comic monthly), and The Jolly
YOU>G MEN'S CHHISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-Tho fol?
lowing committees were appointed by the Presi?
dent to servo for the year 1867:
Committee of Ways and Means.-L. Chapin,
Chairman; R. M. Butler, C. N. Averill, Zimmer?
man Davis, Jos. "Whilden.
C'ommitleeon Employment.-Steven Thomas, Jr.,
Chairman: Wm. Roach, H. C. Stoil, E. E. Soil,
Aujr. H. Schwabe.
Committee on Library and Beading Boom.
Virgil C. Dibble, Chairman; E. A. Smythe, Do Leon
Whuden, J. E. Fogartie, Alvin Dozer.
Committee on Publication and Statistics.-3. G.
rincknoy, Chairman: R. C. Gilchrist, Albert Prince,
H. C. Robertson, J. J. Edgerton.
Committee on Lectures.-Geo. S. Cook, Chairman;
C. E. Chichester, Dr. H. Baer, Dr. J. S. Buist, J.
THE NEW YOBK FnuarBN.-When the gentleman?
ly detection from the New York Fire Association
learned of the loss of their present on tho Andalu?
sia, they instantly expreesed their intention to
procuro a fae similie of tho lost reel on their re?
turn homo and forward it to Columbia. Their
generous conduct assured their hosts that this
was not buncombe, and it will be seen that the
journey North has not cooled their ardor. The
New York Herald says: "It is stated that arrange?
ments have been made by the New York Volunteer
Firemen's Association to have a now hose carriage
built for presentation to the firemen of Columbia,
8. C., to supply tho place of the ono recently lost
in the steamer Andalusia. It is expected to be
completed in about six weeks, at a cost of $2000."
THE REDEEMED BELLS.-We are pleased to learn
that the amount realized from tho concert was suf?
ficient to redeem the remaining three bolls. They
wero brought from the wharf yesterday and safely
housed in the lobby of the Church preparatory to
being elevated to their destined position. Tho
frame work and necessary fixtures have been in
place for some days, and the labor of raising the
bells nill hardly consnmt much time, so that we
may confidently expect a joyous peel on the ensur?
ing Sabbath, which will infc'rm"tho5c*tizens that
tho bells are missing no more. When the ar?
rangements aro completed, and the entire chime
Bt'rly elevated to the belfry, a day should be
chosen and the public favored with a second grand
conceit, which will display the full power of the
belle, und prove that they have lost none of those
silvers' tones that formerly endeared them to our
ACXHDENTJTO THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA-DETEN?
TION OF STEAMERS.-The steamship Falcon, at this
port yesterday from Baltimore, reports speaking,
on Sunday evening last, near Capo Hatteras, the
j^teai :p Saragossa, from this city for New York,
with her shaft broke. The Saragossa was making
the best she could under canvas, but it was blow?
ing fresh from northwest, with a heavy sea from
the south. The steamships Quaker City and Man?
hattan, both due here yesterday from New York,
failed to an ive, and it is thought that they may
have -allen in with the Saragossa and taken her in
tow.-' We annex a hst of passongers coming in tho
Quaker City, which is taken from a New York
Lloyd Phenix, Jerry B. DoPeysher, W. L. Kano,
Hercules3 Gillian, U. K. King, C. A. Gary, G. G.
Congdon and wife, P. Doras, Nicholas Daly, How?
ard C. Frost, Miss Marshall and Miss White, Mrs.
Ameba Graf, M. O'Reilly, Captain G. S. Payne, and
others in forward cabin and steerage.
MAYOR'S COURT.-Ellen Barnett, a fair nymph,
who had been an old habitue of the court pre
cinctis, was up for her usual offence, but in con?
sideration of her youth and innocence she was
discharged with a caution to mond her ways.
A gay and festivo drunkard, who mistook Meet?
ing street for his couch, and extended his length
upon the sidewalk, was gently reminded of his
mistake by a small tap of a club and a $5 fine in
An Elliott street denizen, who was decidedly a
lawless character and opposed to waterfalls, took
to whiskey naturally and caved beautifully; she.
was excavated from thc mud and the customary
A gavage individual, who went on a whooping
drunk and flourished a knife to the great detri?
ment, of the by-standers, was arrested and de?
prived of his weapon. As he was not disposed to
?visit the headquarters, but resisted his captors, a
gentle fine of $10 wis imposed to remind him that
he was but mortal
The CIRCUS JUBILEE commenced last night, and
the Citadel Green was risked by many who be?
lieved that the Hippodrome was tho greatest show
in existence. An admiring crowd surrounded, the
pavilion, and endeavored by surreptitious moans
to secure an entrance, but the vigilant door-keeper
?was too shrewd for them, and their efforts were
futile. A cirrus is no rare sight to the fun loving,
but LrPHAN's is an exception to the general rule,
and embodies in itself all of those principles that
make their performances so popular. His troupe
of actors aro unsurpassed as commedians, eques?
trian? and acrobats, and tho animulus almost rival?
ed their masters by their attractions.
Tho company arrived yesterday on the Eliza
Hancox, and the line of march was instancy taken
np for the Citadel Green, where preparations had
been made for their reception. The first grand
matinee takes place to-day, and both that and the
night performance will repay a visit.
THEU, S. STEAMER HARRIET LANE.-This vessel,
'which: was among the first constructed steamers
for Revenue service, having been built some years
beforo the war, and which was considered some?
what celebrated in her day for speed and model,
arrived here from Havana, yesterday. The Har?
riet Lane has had something of a history, having
been among.the first blockaders off this port when
the war began, and she was afterwards employed
in the Gulf and was captured in the harbor of
Galveston by the Texans, who, by a bold dash, cap?
tured the Lane and several other craft. She was
afterwards employed by thc Confederates and was
found in Havana whon the war broke down, and
has again come into tho possession of tho United
State?. She is in charge of tho officer who com?
manded her when first built, Capt. JOHN FAUNCE.
She looks somewhat rusty, and wants consider?
able repairs to make her appearance and speed
what it was of yore. She was accompanied by the
U. S. Revenue steamer Hugh Mcculloch and the
NUISANCE.-The city ordinance prohibiting thc
obstruction of the side-wal'-s has been frequently
evaded, arid the citizens put to a considerable in?
convenience on this account. This is particularly
the case on the prominent thorouglifarcs, and tho
crowds -uo daily throng those streets arc often
compelled to mako wide detours iii order to avoid
tho obstructions on the pavement. Several par?
ties, who havo been detected violating the law on
this j)oint, have been reported and fined, but the
nuiss.nce still continues, and the community suffer.
Many of the stores and private houses have their
cellar entrances on the side-walk, and when they
receive coal or wood the load is dumped upon thc
pavement, instead of in the street. Aside from
the inconvenience caused by tho barrier, tho dirt
and dust are very disagreeable and damaging to
both clothes and temper. Tho ordinance requires
that these obstructions should bo immediately re?
moved, and if allowed to remain on the sidewalk
beyond a certain period, the parties transgressing
should be liable to a lino. A proper regard to the
requirements of this law would result in a great
benefit to those who aro now annoyed and delayed
by these barriers, and a few cases reported by the
police would be a warning that the city ordinances
cannot be violated with impunity. !
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-Mr. JAMES L. GANTT sold
yesterday some valuable real estate on account of
JAMES TOPTEB, Esq., Master in Equity. The prop?
erty was situated in a central position and realized
fair prices considering the hardness ot tho times.
Lot of land, situate on the east side of East Bay
street* in this city, nearly opposite Guignard
street, measuring in front oa East Bay atroet 27
feet 1 inch, on back lino 24 feet 8 inches, and in
depth 153 loot-$1200.
Terms-one-half cash; balance in two equal suc?
cessive annual instahnents, securod by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the promises, with in?
terest from day of sale, payable annually, buildings
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
A vacant lot, comer of Kirkland's Lano and
Beaufain street, $1525.
Lot No. 64 Beaufain street, with a two-story
wooden house, out of repair, $650.
Lot No. 62 Beaufain street, with a two-story
wooden house, out of repair, $1500.
The three last mentioned lots were sold on the
One-third cash; balance in ono, two and three
years, secured by bonds of the purchasor, and
mortgage of thc pramises, with interest from day
of sale, payable semi-annually. Buildings to bo in?
sured and policies assigned. Purchasers lo pay
BETTER TEAK COSMETICS.-Many attempts have
been made at manufacturing a soap which should
possess such healing and medical qualities as
would utterly do away with cosmetics or washes,
which at best afford but temporary rolief. COL?
GATE'S AROMATIC VEGETABLE SOAP is made of the
oils of such medicinal plants as make it especially
mild and healing in its properties, and hence par?
ticularly applicable to the use of ladies and chil?
MABSDEN'S PECTOEAL BALM for Asthma and Con?
DO WEE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN & CO.. Agents.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ordsr, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HABBIS, No. 59 Broad street.
Auction Sales This Day.
BBUNS A BEE will sell, this day, on Boyce & Co.'s
Wharf, at ll o'clock, a lot of lumber.
R. M. MABSHALL A BBO. w?l sell, this day, at No.
33 Broad street, at 10& o'clock, mules, horses, top
L. BUNCH A SON will sell, this day, at No. 606 King
street, at 10;: o'clock, double-seat buggy, form cart, Ac.
N. HUNT A SON will Bell, this day, at No. 141 Meet?
ing street, at 10 o'clock, coses boots, shoes, kc.
SMITH A MCGILLIVRAY will Bell, this day, ot No.
27 Brood street, at lo K o'clock, horse, spring wagon,
Ac; also horses, mules, vehicles, Ac
A NEW TOBE FARMER, of practical experience in vine?
yard culture, will engage in the business with a party
having the necessary capital, with an ulterior viow to
tho manufacture of wine. The capital required may be
graduated to correspond with tho extent to which it
would be advisable to go, and used at intervals. If tho
business bc conducted with due regard to tho conditions
essential to success, it will pay soon and well.
The disorganization of labor demands a change in
agricultural pursuits, and probably in no direction docs
it point with better prospects than to wino growing.
Grape culture in the Northern States is attended with so
much uncertainty, in consequence of tho severo win?
ters, that it is yet doubtful If it can bo made an interest
of any considerable importance beyond speculating in
hardy varieties. In tho light of this experience, South
Carolina may seize tho prize, os some compensation for
the wrongs Inflicted on her by fanaticism in the causo of
a false humanity. In the chango demanded, the upland
planters or i armers will find grape culture a substitute
for their chief staple, which requires but trifling labor,
and vastly more profitable. This is no patent woy to
get rich, nor yet is it a temptation to speculate in illu?
sions with a promise of fabulous results ; but, as the
"early bird catches the worm," so the first to enter this
unbounded field of labor will bo the first to participate
with justice in the largest measure of whatever is valu
able in the legitimate pursuits of life.
Inquiries may be mode to tho Editors of this paper,
and to RICHARD DALLY, care of JOHN W. CALD?
WELL, No. 68 Beaver street, New York. March 6
P. H. B.
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
The secret wil bo revealed by investing in a bottle of
I PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
PLANTERS desirous or obtaining o highly concentrated
ammoniacal fertilizer, free from mineral phosphates and
other adulterations, can do so by applying to KINSMAN A
HOWELL, No. 153 East Bay, who are Agents for the sale of
MATES' Nitrogoni'?ed Super-Phosphate of Lime.
February ll mwths
THE TIME TO ADVERTISE IN THE
The Daily Sou?i Carolinian ut Columbia, is now Bont
to every Postofficc in the State. Being the ofliciel paper
of the State, it will be lound ot the present timo espe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
themselves of a very large circulation.
THE PHCENIX has a large circulation throughout tho
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as the stringency of tho money mar?
ket will warrant Merchants and others wislung to use
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Success ls tho "prevalent cradle" of innumerable hum?
bugs. No sooner had HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS made theil mark in the world than up sprang a
host of imitations, and as the lame of the great restora?
tive grew and spread, the pestiferous crop of poisonous
mockeries thickened. But tho true medicino has hved
them down. One by one, they have disappeared. When
the bellows of puffery, which kept alive the feeble fire of
their borrowed reputation, ceased to blow, they ceased to
live, and thus they continue to come and go. Mean?
while, HOSTETTER'S BITTERS, the great protective
and remedial tonic of the agc, have progressed in popu?
larity with each succeeding year. Their success as a
means of preventing and curing the diseases resulting
irom malaria, unwholesome water, and all unhealthy cli?
matic influences, has been bo undies s ; and as a remedy
for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, Gene?
ral Weakness and Debility, and all complaints originating
in Indigestion, they are now admitted to be superior to
any other preparation ever advertised or prescribed.
From the homo market, to which a few years ago they
were confined, their sole has been extended toto every
State in this Union, over the whole of South and Central
America, Mexico, the West Indice, the Sandwich Islands,
Australia, China ond Japan. Home and foreign testimo?
ny continue to show that HOSTETTER'S BITTERS aro
the most ro r orkabie tonic and invigorant now before the
world. For sale by
BOWIE & MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
March 18 6 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
Gin, a as Bemedial Agent.
GLN, AS A REMEDIAL AGENT, HAS BEEN LN FA?
VOR with tho profession for a very long period, but
owing to the difficulty of obtaining a pure article, it has
fallen into disuse tn many sections of the country, much
to tho regret of medica! men, who consider it almost a
specific in very many diseases. For all cases of Gravel,
pure Gin, if .administered under professional guidance,
will certainly work a cure; and if taken as a preventive,
acting, 06 it docs, on the sensitive membranes, it cleanses
thc parts BO os to remove all possible sediment Admin?
istered in thc snme way, it will prevent tho formation of
Calculi, and do away with those terrible operations,
therefore, so necessary for their permanent removal.
Gin is of incalculable benefit to females in those diseases
so peculiar to tho sex, and from its tonic, as well as ito
anodyne properties, it is frequently superior to iron,
bark, or evcu thc electrical remedies. In cases of a posi?
tive tendency to Phthisis, or Consumption, Gin, in proper
quantities, by supplying or fi?ing up tho constant dying
out of the natural Ure of the systoni, will often entirely
ward oft that awful disease, which carries off cno-eiirbth
of the population of the United States annually. Pure
Gin has thia peculiar advantage over other diffusible
stimuli, that it exhilarates without creating any thirst of
an uuhcaltby character, it soothes whilo it also excites,
and is a powerful nervine as well as au active tonic.
"BIXIA"GER'S OLD LONDO.V DOCK GIN
possoses all the qualities that can bo desired for the high?
est and noblest uso of all wines or liquors. Its ingre?
dients aro tho distilled juices of carefully selected grains,
made delicately pungcut and flavorous with the aromatic
tincture of the Juniper Berry. Age has mellowed all
tue6o mingled aromas, and given an exquisito mildness
a smooth, oily body-*nd au almost floral odor to the
liquor, which renders it delicious to the senscn, of smell
and taste alik?, while its sparkling liquid purity leaves
nothing for th-j oye to desire.
'Thc writer muit remark that Messrs. A. BI. BrNTNOEB
& Co. merit tho gratitude of the entire medical profes?
sion, as well as thc world at large, for having introduced
a stimulant. f such unexceptionable purity uud unequivo?
cal power, both as a preventive aud curative agent, and a
harmless exhilarative boverage."-Chemical Journal and
Medical Gaztite. tul m6mos January 2?
LOMBARD &. CO.,
OOM MIS S ION MERCHANTS
AND IMPORTERS ANS DEALERS IN
KO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARF,
BO STO? .
Advances made on Consignments of Rice and Cot-tot
to our address,
RMereucM, hy perml??I?n: To Mstrers. JAMES ADOBE
ts. Go., Messrs. SxaBEr BE OTHERS A Co., Oharieston, S.
-".- 6mo?* Octoberl
'.U. S. BMP?NTIES, .'
AND ALL GOVERNMENT CLAIMS, COLLECTED
by T. HURLEY, Govorument Claim Agent, No. 160
MEETING STREET, Charleston, S. C. MONEY LOAN?
ED on discharges. All daims for the additional Bounty
should bo filed without delay, as tho Secretary of "War has
ordered that "no application filed after th e 1st day of April,
18G7, sholl bc settled until all filed beloro that date axe
poid." S200 Bounty collected for men who wero dis?
charged on account of injuries received In service.
N. Ii. No charge for services unless the claims are ob?
tained. 17 March 12
C. S. A.
SIXTY-SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHS OP THE GENERALS
AND STATESMEN of the lato Confederate States
Bent fro? on receipt of twenty-five cents.
Address SOUTHERN PUBLISHING CO..
March 8 Imo P. O. Box 1424, Baltimore, Md.
BOOK BINDING, PRIM
OP ANY SIZE, STYLE OR KIND RULED TO ORDEB,
AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
lEfTiB, KQTE AND CAP PAPERS.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED AT SHORT NOTICE.
No. 59 Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 23 mwfBmo
New York Prize Association,
No. 599 BROADWAY, N. Y.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE, FINE GOLD AND
WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS: THE
name and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 25 cents, an envelope containing
such ticket will be drawn without choice, and delivered
at our office, or sont by mail to any address. The pur?
chaser after seeing what article it draws and its value
which may bo from ono to five hundred dollars-con
then, ou payment of ono dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
ou our circular at the same value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No BLANCS.
Our patrons can depend on fair, honorable dealing.
Tho article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly Bent au directed, by return
ii.ail, or express.
Letters from many persons acknowledging the receipt
of valuable gifts ?'Oin UH, may be seou on nie at our of?
fice, among whom wu ure permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb. Lambertville, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland sirect, Brook?
lyn, sewing machine, $80; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
geld lever watch, value $200; Hon. B. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
100 Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth street, N. Y., sewing machino, "00; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, N. Y., molodeon, $150: MIHS L. Collins,
Atlanta, Go., diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Moss., sewing machine, S35; H. Shaw,
No. 13310th Btreot, N. Y.. gold watch. *>150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, NaeuviUo, Tenn-, mulodeou, $100; James Russell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, $250; R. X.
Smith, Providence, R. L, silver levor watch, $60; Oscar
Puray, Madison, N. J., music box, $45; Hon. R. s. Now?
ell, St. Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $185; J. H. Sperry,
Litchfield, Couu., silver watch, $55; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, His., music box, $75; Win. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $125; Miss E. M. Schcuck, Detroit, Mich.,
ilium o nd car ring?, $225; Pierre Beaudin, St Charles
Hotel, Now Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes Sf. Louis, Mo., molodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD FOB ONE DOLLAR EACH.
And not to be paid for until you know what you have
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth.$200 00 to 600 00
30 Molodoons, Rosewood Cases.100 On to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunos. 15 00 to 160 00
DO Sowing Machines. 60 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Tea Sots. 25 00 to 150 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Stiver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 35 00
1,000 Sets Silver Toa and Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Caso "Watches. 100 00 to 250 00
100 Diamond Rings, Cluster, &c. 60 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
300 Ladies* Gold Watches. 60 00 to 85 00
1,000 Silver Watches. 25 (M to 60 00
3,000 Vest Chains. 6 00 to 25 00
2,000 pairs Ear Rlng9 (new styles). 150 to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces. 3 00to 700
2,500 Gold Pondi?. 3 00 to 8 00
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Broochos_ 6 00 to 10 00
3,000 Lava ?nd Florentino Brooches_ 4 00 to 6 00
1,500 Masonic PinB. 4 00 to 9 00
1,500 Gold Watch Keys (now pattern)... 4 50 to 7 60
2,500 Seta of Bosom Studs. 1 50 to 6 00
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Buttons. 2 50 to 10 00
5,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings. 4 50 to 10 00
5,000 Stono Set and Seul lungs. 2 50 to 10 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, oil sizes. V 2 50 to 7 00
10,000 Sets of Ladies'Jewelry. 8 00 to 20 00
4,000 Watch Chiirins (each). 3 00 to 5 50
5,000 Gold Pons, Sil ex. Cases ii Pencils. 4 50 to 7 00
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scan Pins. 3 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies' new style Belt Buckles_ 4 00 to 8 00
2,000 Ch?telains and Guard Chains. 7 50 to 20 00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 15 00
5,000 Sets Ladies' Brooch and Ear Drops ti 00 to 12 00
2,000 Gold Crosses. 150 to 0 00
0,000 Oval Baud Bracelets. 6 00 to 20 00
2,OOO Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 00
2,000 Bah Eur Drops, all colors. li 00 to 7 00
2,900 new stvle Jet and Gold Ear Drops. 3 00 to 7 00
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 60 to 7 00
Ijidy's Sots, now Btylca, Cut Crystal, ill Jet, Hard Rub?
ber, kc, kc.
HiT A chance to obtain any of the ahovo articles for
Ono Dollar by purchasing a scaled envelope for 25 cents.
Eutirc satisfaction guaranteed to ul.
jfS?~ 6 ticket? lor One Dollar, 13 ior Two Dollars, 33 for
Five Dollars. Great inducements to Agento.
Letters should bo addressed
J. H. RAY & CO.,
No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
December 28 su Sinos
M. M. QUINN.
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC..
No. 537 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
C ha rle s ton, C. S.
Thc LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions rocoived and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
.,11 CASH ORDERS will bc promptly attended lo.
February 28 ly
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Morchants and businoss mon try it for a few months.
"No risk no gain." Send on your cords aud increase
your trade this fall. There's nothing to oquul Printer's
Ink-it has mudo many a fortune.
Torms for tho pupor-53 per annum, in advance.
Advcrtisemeuta inserted at tho rate of $1 por square ol
twelve fines or less for each insortion.
Curds of ten lines or less, ut tho rate of $10 for three
Contracts hy the year or for six mouths, allowing priv?
ilege ot changing, on more favorable terms. Address
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
M'>?.' 1"_jj . ? - -, .ti.. :. .t.vmr
THE AIKEN PRESS,
T ? IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF
JL Aiken, S. C., a Weekly poper under thc above titlo,
to be devoted to Ooucral Intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religious-with a Deport?
ment of Agriculture, including tho Field, tho Orchard,
tho Vineyard, and tho Oaiden. A News Summary, to
contain u digest of thc important events of tho week,
wi il occupy iv portion ol tho paper, and pnr?cular atten
tion will bc given to the unsettled question of Labor, u>
best adapted to our now condition, und the evelopmon.
ot' tho resources of the country in Manufactures, Agri?
culture, Fruit-raising, und Vino-growing.
Terms-$3 a year, m advance.
H. W. RAVENEL, Editor.
W. D. KIRKLAND, Publisher. January 21
DRV DOODS, ETD.
J. B. READ t CO.,
263 KING STEEET 263
NEW GOODS I
HAVING EECOVEBED FROM THE EFFECT OF
the late fire, and in the interim repaired and im
proved our store, besides having made large additions
to the same, we are now prepared, after passing many
weeks in New York in carefully selecting Goods, to ex?
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK
British and Continental
EVER OFFERED IN CHARLESTON.
J. R. READ & CO.
March 15 2 mw
~ NEW AND SEASONABLE
FOREIGN ORT GOODS.
Percales and Chambrays
Grenadines and Lenos
Jaeonets and Lawns
Melanges and Travelling Mixtures
Silk and Worsted Poplins
Black, White and Colored Alpacas
Bombazine, Empress Cloth and Me
Crape Marete and Bareges
Fancy, Check and Solid Ginghams
Wool Delaines, Challies and Tamer
Black and Colored Dress Silks
French Printed Organdies
Printed Brilliants, Boulaix Cloth
White Goods and Linens
? complete assortment of Mourning
English and French Prints
Also many other new and beauti?
ful varieties of FOREIGN DRESS
GOODS. All of which are offered at
the lowest market prices.
J. R. READ & CO.
March 15 a mw
ANEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OF EMBROIDERY
of every variety and quality. Moro varied and ex?
tensivo than ever before oifored.
J. R. READ & CO.
March 15 2 mw
SUPERIOR ENGLISH HOSIERY,
BEST KID GLOVES,
Gloves of every Description.
WE BEG. TO INVITE PARTICULAR ATTENTION'
to our HOSIER ? and GLOVES, having bought
none but tho best English and French manufacture.
Wo aro the sole Agents of Charleston for the celebrated'
and superior SEAMLESS KID GLOVES.
J.R. READ & CO.
March 15_2 mw
CL OAK AND SHAWL
OUR NEW CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM BEING NOW
completed, wo take pleasure in toviting our fdends
a'id the public to an inspection of our entirely now and
choice stock of
Comprising every new and 'choice novelty of the seeson.
BLACK SILK COVERINGS
Real Pusher, Llama and French Points
Square and Rotondes, m White and Black
Mozambique and Spun Silk Shawls
Single and Double Black Shawls
Barege Shawls, in Black and White
Grenadine Shawls, in Black and White
PLAIN AND FANCY SHETLAND SHAWLS
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CHEAP LACE POINTS,
Many of them our exclusive styles, to which < ye invih
attention af the Trade.
Liberal discounts made for CaBh Bills or Ch ff Accept
j. R. READ & ra
Our Entire Stock is. New,
SELECTED WITH PARTICULAR C/ARE TO IT
adaptability to our market, and will bo shown wit
pleasure lo all.
LATEST NOVELTIES REWED PER
J. 8. IUI & CO.,
No. 263 Kijig Street,
March 15 * 2 mw
Boots, Mutes. Gaiters, &c., ai Auction.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT, the 20th instant, at 10 o'clock, in otu Bales
room, No. 142 Meeting street, will he sold,
60 cases and cartoons BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
BALMORALS, ??c., all fresh and desirable, good and
regular size._ . March 20
Buggies, Carla and Drays at Auction.
BY L. BUNCH <jc SON,
No. 506 King st eet,
Will ho sold THIS DAY, 20lh inst, at IO* o'clock,
1 VERY FINE DOUBLE-SEAT BUGGY
1 very fine Farm Cart
1 Box Cort
2 Dray? in good order.
Unlimited articles received._ March 20
Continued Sale-Balance of a Reta? Store-Dry
Goods, Boots and Sfioes, Notions, MMinery,
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
Will sell TO-MORROW, 21st at 10 o'clock,
Boots and Shoes
, . Notions, &c
Being balance of Retail Stock, not received in time for
Conditions cash._"_? March 20
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Provident InstUidion for Savings in Ute div
of Charleston vs. Joseph Samson.
On TUESDAY, the 2d April next at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Custom Houae, under the direction of
the Master, .
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate ou the north side of Tradd-street, and now or
lately known by the number 100, being the western por?
tion of a Tenement house, measuring in front on said"
street 30 feet more or less, and in depth 276 feet more or
less. Bounding north on land of John Crawford, south
on Trodd strict, east on land of Francis Buquercron, and
w est on land of Miss Russell.
Terms.-One-fourth cash; balance in five equal succes?
sive instalments, with interest at the rate of sevra per
cent, payable annually, secured by bond and mortgage
of the premises. The buildings to be insured and the
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
March 13 w3 tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY*.
Bernard CNeUl vs. Shields, et al
On TUESDAY, the 20th inst, at ll o'clock, will be sold
at the old Custom House, under the direction of tho
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on the east corner of Coming and Shepherd
streets, north of Line street bounding north on Shep?
herd street; cant on lanes of the Rev. Mr. Pickett; south
on lands of David Hiker, and west on Coming street;
measuring on the front and back line 24 feet, and in
depth 70 feet oe the sam? more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two years,
secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises; buildings to be insured and policy assigned.
J. W. GRAY,
Mnrch 6_w3 hil_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Cohen vs. Rinker.
On TUESDAY, tho 26'h instant ?t ll o'clock, will be sold
at the old Custom House, under the direction of the
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, on the east side of King
street, measuring in front on said street 17 feet more or
less, and in depth 96 feet more or less. Bounding south
on land of John Wagner, -?- Hayland, east on
land of Dr. Garden, north on land formerly of Jacob
Warley, but now of Jacob Cohen, and west on King
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and three
years, with interest from the day of sale, secured by a
bond and mortgage of tho premises; buildings to be in?
sured and the policy assigned. J. W. GE AY,
March 6 w3 tul Maate- in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Home Loan and Building Association vs.
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the old Custom House, under the direction of
All that VACANT LOT OF LAND situate in Savage
street city of Charleston, measuring in front on said
str et 60 feet uioro or less, and in depth 100 feet u*ore
or les; bounding north on land of Miss Savage, weston
Savage street, cast on land of George Gibbon, and south
on land now or la i e of Miss McCants.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two years,
with int ere st from tho day of sale, payable annually,
with bond of tho purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers. J. W. GBAY,
March 6 wa tul Master in Equity.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COMPANY,. . )
Conran BEOAD AND EAST BAX STREETS, : J .
. i CHAB?ESTON, March 18,1867,)
?N AND AFTER WEDNESDAY; THE 20TH INST.,
the Card will run to the Battery (south end of Meet
Vg street) every alternate trip, and wDl be designated by
a Blue Flag on the front end of each Car running to that
point until further notiee, E. H. JACKSON,
March 18 - - ' ? Superintendent'
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
. . SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICEy--- \ .
OBABLBSTOIf, S. C, March 12,1867.')
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 14TH
INSTANT, tho THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN on
this Road will leave Florence at 9.60 A. M., and arrive at
Charleston at 3.80 P. M. All other trains remain un?
changed. . .. &S. SOLOMONS,
March 13 Superintendent
CHER AW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CUERAw, March 12, 1867. j
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 14TH
inst, tho PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road will
run as follows:
Leave Cheraw..*. 6.00 A M.
Arrive Florence. 9.00 A M.
Leave Florence. 9.00 P. M.
Arrive Choraw.1L46 P. M.
Passe i gera from Charleston will leave by the 1 P. M.
Train, to secure a direct connection with the transit on
this Rood. S. S. SOLOMONS,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GUNER AL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
CHABLESTON, S. C., March ll, 1867. j
ON AND AFTE ." WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13TH. 1867
the Through Mall Train from Columbia to Augusta
will mn as follows :
Leave Columbia.1L40 A M.
Arrive At EingviHo. 1.20 P. M.
Leave Junaville. 1.36 P. M.
Arrivo at Augusta.9.00 Night
H. T. PEAKE,
March 12 General Superintendent
BELLEVUE SEA ISLAND C0TT0?
SEED POR SALE.
IT HAS PRODUCED THE LARGEST YIELD WITHE
our observation, and ls of a superior quality. Appl;
to J. H. BAGGETT & CO.
March 2 Imo
TTTE HAVE ON HAND, AND ARE NOW READY T(
TT receive orders for the aoovo well-known FERTILI
ZEE. Our terms are, $60 cash; timo price. ?HS, one
quarter cash ; tho other throe-quartei s for approved Cit;
Factors' Acceptance, with interest at tho rato of sevei
percent per annum, from time of purchase, payant
January IS, 18G8, with current rate of Exchange.
Parties wishing to purchase largo amounts o m be sup
plied direct from the works.
MACBETH & RAYENEL,
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
CORNER EAST BAY AND EXCHANGE-ST
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
TtlE GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOR
WE MAKE JO CONCEALMENT OF ITS PRING
PAL COMPONENTS, viz: ANIMAL MATTEI
m IR, WOOL, ACID, PHOSPHATE OF LIME, an
FINELY GROUND BONES.
Every day brin/rs additional evidences of its superior
ty. Thoso who h;?ve used it know its great value, an
buy it again. Thin is the best and only proof we woul
wish as to its excellence.
It is piKked in good strong barrels.
Fifty dollars cash ; time price S65. one-quarter eas,
and three-quarter.. *r approved city factors' acceptanc
with interest at the rate of seven per cent per annui
from thc date of purchase, payable January 15th, 186
with current rate of exchange.
Parties wishing to purchase largo amounts can be sn
plied direct from the works.
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
Corner of East Bay and Exchange Street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING
Allen & Neeales' Ammoniated fertilize
A small handful In the hill ; mix or cover slightly wi
earth, and drop tho seed. When the corn is fairly u
apply a little around the plant and cover with the Cul
vator or hoe.
250 pounds sown broadcast and narrowed In.
About 300 pounds in the rows or drUls,mixing with t
FOR WHEAT OR RYE.
300 to 300 pounds per acre, according to the charaC
of the soil, ploughed or harrowed m.
200 to 250 pounds In the fall or early in tho spring.
100 to 200 pounds per aero applied to the plant is ev
dent to insure a heavy yield, Thc Fertilizer will br
i. crop into market two weeks sooner than any other i
nure, Imo March
Zu/nier / Lumber ! Lumber !
BY BR?NS ? BK E.
Win be sold, THIS DAY, the 20th testant, on Boyce
k Co.'a Wharf, at ll o'clock,
One lot of LUMBER. ..._... . March 20
BY R. M. MARSHALL dc BBO^
Brokers ami Auctioneers, 33 Broad Street*
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, will be sold,
3 MULES, 2 Horses, 1 Top Buggy, 1 Fins Carriage, 1
Cart; 1 Cotton Gin, 1 set Marble Top Cottage Furniture,
Carpets, kc. March 20
Good Eorac, Spring Wagon and Harness ai Auc?
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad Street,
THIS MORNING, at half past 10 o'clock, in front of
their office. March 20
Horses, Mules, Vehicles and Furniture ai Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers No. 27 Broad street*
THIS DAY, the 20th inst, at half-past 10 o'clock, in
front of their office.
At same time and place will be sold,
1.2 NESTS SEIVES
13 ^ dozen Shoe Brushes
1 box Tacks (assorted)
" * d?*Bn Wooten Cocks or Faucets, 22 boxes White
and Buff Envelopes, Cigars, Twine, kc, kc March 20
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Will be sold at Public Auction, on the premises, at Sum?
merville, S. 0., at 10 o'clock A M., WEDNESDAY.
A NUMBER OF WOODEN BUILDINGS, formerly the
property of the so-called Confederate Government, viz*
S li VEN BUILDINGS, standing on the land of Daniel
Hamilton, lu Summerville.
TWELVE BUILDINGS, standing on the land of B O
Pressly, on the line of 8. CB. E., one mlle from Suml
Terms-Cash, in Government funds.
In compliance with instructions from the Commission?
er Bureau E. F. and A. L. JAMES P. LOW, .
Brevet Lieut CoL and A Q. M.,
March 19_7_Chief Dis. Officer, 8. C.
Kalmia Mills at Auction.
BY WAKDLAW & CAREW.
Under foreclosure of mortgages, will be sold, on TUES?
DAY, 23d April, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M., at the north
side of the Exchange, Charleston, S. C.,
The KALMIA MILLS, with an the Property and appur?
tenances thereunto belonging, consisting of the several
tracts and parcels of Land, situate, lying and being in
the District o? Edgeneld, South Carolina, amounting in
all to about four thousand two hundred and fifty-nine
(4269) acres, more or leas, conveyed to the said gflmta
Mills by John J. Glover and by Gustavus Volger, all of
which said several tracts of Land are now in possession
of, and occupied by the said Kalmia Mills as the site of
their factory, now in course of. erection. Together with
all and singular the waters, water privileges, rights,
members, hereditaments and appurtenances to tho said
premises, belonging, or In any wise incident or apper?
AH the BUILDINGS, MACHINERY, Tools, Implements.
Girts, Bricks, Lumber and Materials, now belonging to
*JQ said Kalmia Mills, on the landa and elsewhere.
This property is situate immediately on the South
Carolina Railroad, extending from near the Granite ville
Depot to within one mile or the Bath Paper MuL and
eight miles of the City of Augusta, Georgia, on the
waters of Big Horse Creek. The CottonJFactory (within
o o hundred yards of thc railroad) ls a two story Brick
Building, one hundred and four (104) feet wide by two
hundred and twenty-seven (227) feet long, designed to
contain ten thousand spindles and three hundred and
twenty looms, and ls four-fifths completed. There are
on the land seventy-eisrht neat and commodious cottages
for operatives, completed and In course of erection; a
first-class Steam Saw Mill in complete working order; a
good Grist Mill; a Carpenter Shop, with Steam Engine
and Boiler; Planing Machine, Tools, kc; Blacksmith
Shop, with o mpleta set of Tools; Machine Shop, with
Steam Engine and Boiler, Lathe, Drill Press, tte'
Tho machinery for the Cotton Mill is of the most
modera and improved character, manufactured in Eng?
land, embracing ten thousand Spindles, Shafting ana
other appurtenances; als? two Turbine Wheels of one
hundred and sixty horse po .ter each; also the machinery
for a complete Paper Mill, capable of producing ten
thousand pounds of pa per per day. -
(A portion of the machinery is on the land, a portion
In this city and a portion in England.)
The Paper Mill is In process of construction and a con?
siderable part completed.
The Water Power for running the Factory, derived
from Big Horse Creek, is ample, extensive and n ever?
rai lng, and the dam and other appurtenances are four
There ls on the land Sawed Lumber sufficient to com?
plete all the buildings. < '
GLASS, TIN AND HARDWARE for all the buildings
except the Paper M?h Tho Water Power and all tho ac?
cessories of this property are sn i h ss to adapt it for fi mt
class Cotton and Paper Factories, and capitalists are
afforded a rare opportunity for a good Investment
Terms, which will be accommodating, witi be made
known in a >uture advert?s ment and on day of sale.
Further particulars may be obtained on application : )
B. F. EVANS, Esq., at the MUL or to
W4BDLAW & CAREW, Auctioneers,
Corner Broad and State streets, Charleston, 8. a
March 18 mwiM tal ?
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOB SALE LOW, A LARGE
. STOCK. OF: . ?..j
Limerick, Kirby and Bait Hooks,
NETT' YARNS" V.
COTTON, HATB AND 8JXK LINES ,
FLY SPOONS AND FLOATS
' SHRIMP AND MULLET NffiTTS
HAND AND FOOT LINES
. .. . '.ftc,. Ax,
A LARGE STOCK OF ?
AT WHOLES A E AND BETAIL BY
SAM'I E. MAESHAH,
NO. 310 KING STREET,
THIRD DOOR BELOW SOCIETY STREET.
March 18 mw2
ST. BARTHOLOMEWS PARISH.-TAX
IWILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES,- AT THE
times mentioned,- to make Assessment,take Returns,
and collect Taxes, to wit :
At Piney Grove Church, on MONDAY, 25 th of March
At Blue House, on TUESDAY, 26th of March.
At Ashepoo Ferry, on WEDNESDAY, 27th of March
At Jacksonboro', on THTTBSDAY, 28th o March.
At Reeves' Store, on FBJDAT, 29th of March.
At Maple Cane Church, on SATUUDAT, 30th of March
At Green Pond Church, on MOND?T, 1st of April.
At Smoke's Crees Roads, on TUESDAY, 2d of ApriL
At Bell's Cross Roads, on WEDNESDAY, 3d of ApriL
At New Hope Church, on TmmsD?Y, 4th of ApriL
At Major Jones' old place, on FBIDAY, 6th of ApriL
At Dr. W. W. FOLKS', Saturday, 6th of ApriL
At Waltcrboro' Court Week, 8th, 9th, loth, Uth, 12th,
13th of April.
The law requires all returns to the made to the Tai
Collector where the property ia located. No returns will
be received by mall, or otherwise, unless sworn to ac
cording to law. Assessable property are real estate,
buggies, carriages, gold and silver plate, watches, jewel
ry, and pianos, on hand on the first day of January,
1867. Also the following items are taxed: Professions
incomes in excess of $600, sales of goods, saw, flour am
Sist mills, cotton toll gins, hotels, bar-rooms, ferries ant
H gates, for the year 1866. Capitation tax ou all malet
between twenty-one and fifty years old, on the first da]
of February, 1867. All dogs, except one for each llanta
tion or lot, that was in the tate on the first day of Janu
ary, 1867. Every employer sh ill make returns for thosi
employed by them. Also, a tax ls to be paid quarterly
upon sales of goods and liquors for the year 1867.
My Postofflce is Branchville, 8. C. Th . Books will to
closed on the first day of May, when executions will to
issued against All defaulters. ROBERT BLACK,
March 13 w2 Tax Collector, 8 . Bartholomew's
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, )
UNITED STATES INTEBNAZ REVENUE, >
No..64 Broad, corner Church street. )
EETURNS OF ANNUAL TAXE3 FOR YEAR 18Cfl
will be received at this Office for Division 2, com
prising Wards 1, 2, and that part of I west of Courin;
and south of Calhoun street, until 16?A of April next, ci
ept where parties receive notice; in such cases Return
must bo rendered^ wi thin ten days from date thereof, ac
cording to law.
sar Office hours from 12 to 3 P. M.
JOHN B. EPPLEY,
March 19 24 Assistant Assessor, 2d Division.
FOR AN ENTERPRISING MAN.
ABARE OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO A MAI
of enterprise in the purchase of the GOOD WIL]
and STOCK OF BOOKS in the ESTABLISHED BUS!
NESS, at No. 332 KING 8TREET, for more than THIRT
YEARS. My advancing years compel me to retire;
theroforo offer for sale my collection or ANCIENT AN1
MODERN WORKS, In Literature, Science, Art, Agricu
ture, Religious, Medical, Law, School and Collegiat
Text Books, in tho English, French, German, Italiai
Spanish, Hebrew and Syriac Languages, imported froi
Europe; also, a largo collection of English and Frene
Engravings, with a general variety of Foreign and Dc
-mestlc tationcry, Blank Books and Fancy Articles
collection npt usually to be found in any Book Establisl
To an approved purchaser liberal and accommoda tin
termB will be given, and every information connecte
with the successful conducting of the business, includir
foreicn and domestic corrt-spondents, will bo cheerful!
Offers wul be received until the 4th of April.
March 19 12 SAMUEL HART, SEN.'
NUMBERS FROM 1847 TO 1865 FOR SALE BS
March 19 4 No. 9 ctate street.
"HUNTING A HOME IN BRA
THE RECORD OF M? TOU t IN BRAZIL, UNDI
the above title, making a volume of 384 pages,
now ready for delivery, at $2 ta paper, and ?2.50 in clo
Copies may be obtained promptly by ma?, free
postage, uponjremitting the money for either stylo of tl
bookie my address. J. McF. GASTON.
March 18 3 Fort Gaines Georgia.
DARGAN & DARGAN,
1TT01II?S IT LAW.
WELL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF THE
IS- Prompt attention given to collection of claims.
REFERENCES.-Messrs. Pressly, Lord & Inglesby, Jan
Tupper, Esq., Charleston, B. C.
J. F. DARGAN, T. G. DARGAN,
Florence, S. C. Darlington, S, C
March 18, Inn
NO. 50 ANSON 8TBEET,
THREE D*.?ORS NORTH OF HASEI
BEGS TO INFORM HIS PATRONS AND THE PUB!
in general that he has just returned from 1
York with a well selected stock of CLOTHS. CA'
MERES and VESTINGS, Foreign a-d Domestic, i
also an assortment of FURNISHING GOODS.
March 15 10
Auctioneer and Commission Mercliemt- ~?t'
Jto. 89 King street, below Brood street? ;
Offers bis services for the sale-of MERCHANDISE it
day and night st his store,- also for the sale of. Stock.' '
Bends, Seal Estate, Vessels, Horses und Produce, ?est
city references will De givaw. - rarnri^ifjftffr ^fr^q.
Terms moderate and guarantees satis&ctlon. -
March 20 ,' _ "..lav* :*.
TJMTED STATES MARSHALL'S BALB-~"
SOOTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-DT ADMIRALTY.
Patrick Mc Carroll vs. Bohr. WUttanv A John-.
John luorney, Survivor, vs. Sehr. W?UamR4?
John. ? : . ? ^:~';''<;:;--;??-:^vf-V,
SMITH & McGILLTYRAY, Auctioneers.
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed from the
Honorable the Jndge of the District Court of Sonia
Carolin a, in Admiralty, for fie District aforesaid,-: 1
the above cases, I wRTeapcee for sale at publie auction,
on North Commercial Wharf, in the port of Charleston,
at 13 M., TO-MORROW, Ute ?Hst day of March i *
?tant,- . .- vc. --.'..*'
THE HULL OP THE BCHE, WILLIAM *.JOH* bur.
then about 32 tons measurement, aa she now Ilea at sail
wharf, together, with all her tackle and apparel, -conaiAt .
lng of Saus, Chains, Anchors and Cablee, Blocks, Furni?
ture, ?c., aa per inventory. . - ? . ? --
Conditions cash. . J. P. M. EPPING,
I March2? 3 UnRed States MarshaL
Irania, Valises and Travelling Bags on account
of Underwriters and au concern**.
BY JOHN G. MLSOR & C.^
On FRIDAY, 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, wffl be sold, at
our auction salesroom, Na-133- Meeting Btreet - ! ^
64 PACKAGES, damaged on the voyage from New York
to this port, consisting of SOLE LEATHER, Trunks, 0.
G. Trunks, Ladies' Trunks, Packing Tranks, Trav.ling
Conditions cash._ - " ' March"20" *
IN EQUIT Y-O O L LETON D TS T'BXtJT'l''
James M. Rhett vs. Benjamin Stokes, Administra?
tor de .bonis, non of. John Clarke, et ak .. ?ca' ?
Under decretal order in this case. Twill sen, before tin
Court House in Walterboro', at 13 o'clock, M.; on MON?
DAY, the first day of April next ensuing,:< : _?_ ;.. :
ALL THAT PLANTATION. OB-TRACT ?F LAND,
situated, lying, and being in the District r t CoHeton, con- f
faining six hundred and twenty-eight (G28) acres, more
or less, butting and bounding on landa o? --. .Walk cc .
and of Paul H. and Charles E. Fripp, ou landa of - .
Godfrey and of Dr. Benjamin Rhett, on lands of said. DrJ
Benjamin Rhett and of Wm. C. Heyward, oe lands'o?
the said Wm. C. Heyward and'or said Paul H;'ana
Charles E. Fripp. . . - - -
Conditions-One-third cash, and the bslanro one credit
of twelve months ; -that the purchaser pay for papra
Titles not delivered till the credit portion of tho purchase :
money be paid. . . ... .R.8TOKEB,'-. .
March 20 y^/jn?^^J^m^mte^^^^^^^
UrO>ER DECREE IN EQUITY.' '
Grumnie vs: StSaaeoke: <-- - -? ---
Wm be sold, under the direction uf the undersigned, sj
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, th?
26th day of March, 1867, at U-AT-M;,-.^. J-'--- 4 ms : i
AJI Aat LOT OF LAND, situate on Charleston Neck,
represented by a plat drawn by John L. Branch, Sur?
veyor, in October. 18C9, and marked A, measuring in
front on east line 193 60-100 feet; on north tote 234feet*
Inches; on south .ina 175 50-100 feet, and, on weet line
177 10-100 feet: ' Bounding east on publie road; south tin
Heriot stree:; west tm lot No. 6, Section L, of said plat,
and north on lands of Gourdin and Latrobe..
Terms-One-naif cash; balance in two .^qual successtre
annual Instalments,. seemed -by bond <tf .ttopuTcnaaer
and mortgage of the premises, with interest from day of
sale, payable annually. Purchaser to pay for papers.
March 20 > ; wita! ' Master fal Equity: '
USDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gilchrist, Trustee, vs. Michael McNamara, ci
On TUESDAY, the 9th April next, at ll o'clock, at the -
Old Custom House, under the direction of the under?
signed, will be sold, .
! Ail that LOT OF LAND, situate on the South "?S? ot
Judith Btreet, near the corner of Tfllrah?tii street and
known in Purcell's Flat as part of C, No. L measuring in
front on Judith street forty-three feet, and In depth two
hundred and fifty feet? mote or lees, with a smaU -Wooden
Buildingthereon. 1 .". v--?r'.
Terms.-Ojjefbalf cash; balance in one and. two- years,
secured by bond of the purcha&er, with interest,, payable
annually, and mortgage of the premises. . Purchaser, to 1
pay for papers. J.W.GRAY,
March 20_w3tul .' Master in Equity/
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY, }: .1.
On TUESDAY, the 9th April next, at U o'clock, w?Tbe
sold, st the Old Custon! House, under, the direction of
the undersigned, , .', y?^'isiT-'iif
All that LOT OF LAND, with, the Two Storyf Dwelling
House and rat-buBdings thereon, recessed on tho Pjast
sido of Meeting street, between John and Ann ?ret?,
opposite Ea^le Engine Hcraac, mcarar?ng ?n front t?teet,
the same cn the back line, and in depth 182feet^inehea,
Bounding West on Meeting street, to tho East- On Lands
Of Honour, North on landa of Mrs. Glenn, and'Sooth on '
lands of Davis. : . .. . ?-^ui
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two aid taree
years, with Interest at Ute .rate of seven per cent p?r -
annum.payable semi-annually, secured by the behoof
the purchaser and mor.'gage of the riromiaes; the buBd
lngstobe insured and tbs policy assigned: Purchaser
topayforpaperar ' . . . '' .? 1 /.W.J?Rax,t'f
March 'Jj w3tul Master fat Equity. .
ChXeesetoryugh-vs. Executor* %
On THURSDAY, 4t? of Apr? next, at }1 ?'clcck/ wu! be '
sold at the Old Custom House, underth* Six&Cti&a ot
? All that LOT No. 84, with large dweBing aid extenato
out-fcuildings thereon, situated on the ? NorthifBSt OUing
of Laurens end Middle BtreetB. .". : T.:-S;. V. UV is eci"
' . ' I . - * - i|X#X??.'i?-.'. ;.V:f.'i;^:i?i;yLMi .
The HOUSE, and LOT Na 10, on the East fide ot
Middlestrest . '.. . . .. ,V}r?^?o'
AZflO. * wicf-r'
' The Vacant LOT Na 16 Berresfbrd street. ' - k .
, ? : ? ? JXSO,
The vacant LOT No. 9 Basel Btreet -' ' " >
The vacant LOT No. 164. East side of EaaiBsy, corner
of Pritchard street _ . . cs , ..r
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Home Loan and Building Association vs.
MU?C?I. ' Vlf''
On THURSDAY, the 4th April next; at ll o'clock, wfR
bs sold at the old Custom House, under the direction
of the undersigned, -
All that LOT OF LAND with the one story BRICK
f BUILDING thereon, situate on the north side of Market
street, between Meeting and Church streets, and designa?
ted on a plat made by Robert K. Payne, .in May, I860,
for the City Land Company, by the Na 65, measuring on
Market street 22 feet, and In depth 79 feet, bounding
South on Market street Esst on Lot No. 66, North on Lot
No. 39, and West on Lot No. 64.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal succes?
sive annual instalments, with interest payable axruuaUy
from the day of sale; secured hythe bond of the pur?
eba Fer, and mortgage of the premises. The building to?
be insured, and the policy assigned, ,
Purchaser to pay for papers. J. W.' GRAY, .
March 20 wsSthl Master in Equity. *
-LOTS near Magnolia. .. . .; . ' . ,f'i- rd; . :
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance tn one, two and
three years, se urcd by bond of the pmribsser and nwt?,
gage of the premises and insurance of the buildings.
Tho po ides to be assigned. Purobnaer to pay for papers,
A more parjt?cular description to be given tu ' a future
advertisement. - ..'J. W. (3BAYr:<
March 20 ; w^thl Master tn Equity.
. ?NDE?, DECREE IN EQUITY. ,or
The CharUsion Savings Institution vs. Marim;
... :',et ak -'J. u: . Sta
On THURSDAY, tho 4th April next, at U o'clock, will be
sold, at the old custom House, under the direction pt
the undersigned, - " ) .'. v *'?.. . .T'-J-Vr"??r???< ' '
AR that LOT OF LAND, with the buudhigs'tbereon,
situate on the south side of Vandcrhorst Btreet city of
Charleston, measuring 60 feet on-the front-and back
Unes, and 184 vest in depth on the east line, and 183 feet
on the west line; bounding north on said street; south
on land formerly of the City council of Charleston, and
now of ; east on lot now or late of Wm. Hasiard,
and to the west on land formerly of the City GcunciL r
Terms-One-third cash; balance in ono, two and throe
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises; buildings to be insured and kept in?
sured, and the policy assigned. Purchaser to pay fi?
papers.. J. W. GRAY,
March 20 wflthl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE Ul EQUITY.
The Borne Loan and Building Association,, vs.
_ McDonald, Administrator, et at. -v. i
On THURSDAY, the 4th April next, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Oust m House, under the direction oi
AU that LOT, with the Buildings erected, 'or in the
course of erection, situate on Ashley Btreet city'ot
Chrrleston, known by the No. 8 in s plan of B. JL liane
of tho-June, 1854, duly recorded in the office of tho
Register Menne Conveyance in Plat Book No. 1, page 108,
measuring In front on Ashley street 37 feet and in depth
99 feet 8 inches, butting north on Lot No. 9 the proper?
ty of Burke, east on Ashley street south on Lot No. 7,
the property of Walter Cade, and west on land of Thomas
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal and.suc?
cessive annual instalments, with Inters t payable annu
ally from the day of sale, secured by the bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. The buHcngs to
be insured and the policy assigned. Purchaser-:, > pay
for papers. J. W. GRAY,
March 20 wSthl Master in Equity.
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
NO. '48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NORTH AND SOUTH
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im?
porter in RUSSIA BOLT ROBE,
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Buck ana- Twines,
Parcelling, Copper, Sheathing Metal
and Zinc, Paints. Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c; &c.
Personal and particular attention
given to purchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Level's Patent Life Say?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap?
paratus, for steamers, always on
hand, and for sale at New York
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
THIS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
prove its superior quality. Uso it aa you would
any common Soap. Try it and you will be cwvmeed
that His superior to any other article in market Jfor
sale by Grocers geneially. . ??i ,oa
Manufactured by TAYLOR k YOUNG, No. 188 Front
street New York. For ^ %ErrBEB & MARTIN,
No. 236 Sing street
H. BISCHOFF k CO,
Na 197 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Corner Church and Bayne streets.
DOWLS k MOISE, Druggists,^
Na 161 Meeting btreet
January 23 _ Trfm6mo
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