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THE DAILY NEWS.
W LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST v.-R
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS Al EIGHTEEN
CENTS A WEEK.
Persons who wish to subscribe for the DAILY
NEWS by the week, can have their papers j
served to them regularly in any part of tho
city at an early hour every morning-. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for the city delivery, will
call upon such persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at the
periodical stores of Mr. C. C. Righter, Noa.
161 and 338 King-street, or at tho office of the
DAILY NEWS, No. 18 Hayne-etreet, will receivo
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
Bowens & Smoox will sell this day, at No. 21
Columbus-street, at 10? o'clock, furniture.
JOHN G. MTLNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, fruit trees, grape vines.
LEITCH k BRUNS will sell this day, at the
corner of Meeting and Queen streets, at ll
o'clock, billiard saloon fixtures.
R. M. MARSH ALL & BROTHER will sell this day,
at the corner of Meeting and Market streots, at
ll o'clock, b?liarl tables.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell this day, at
their auction house. No. 136 Meoting-street, at
10 o'clock, dry goods, hate, i otions.
NOTICE TO OTJB ADVEBTIBEBS.-Down-town
merchants and others having advertisements
which moy d?sira to appear in the DAILY
NEWS, will find at the office of the City Bail
way Company, corner of Broad-street and
East Bay, an iron box in which they may
deposit their favors. The inconvenience to
which our down-town friends have been sub?
jected in having to bring their advertise?
ments to our office in Hayne-street will thus
be avoided. The box will be emptied several
times every afternoon and night, and adver?
tisements dropped into it up to ll o'clock
P. M., will appear in the morrow's NEWS as
surely as if handed in at our counting-room.
SINGLE COPTES of this morning's DALLY NEWS,
put up in wrappers ready for mailing, may be
had at our counting-room; price five cents.
The DAILY NEWS will be mailed regularly, du?
ring the session of the State Convention, to
parties who may desire to have a full record of
the proceedings, for eighteen cents a week.
THE MAILS are still one day behind. The
New Tork mails due on Friday, and the mails
due on Saturday, arrived yesterday.
PERSONAL.-Mr. John Templeton, Misses
Alice and Isabel Vane, and other members of
the theatrical troupe, arrived in this city yes?
terday, and took rooms at the Pavilion Hotel.
AT.ABW OF FIRE.-An alarm was given yes?
terday, and the fire was found to proceed from
tisB^chimney of Mr. Eriges' house in Broad
?tTe*t^^*v^?^.???^i??i ed before ibs ers?ios
were called out.
THE ASSAULT OH BOSWELL T. LOGAN, ESQ.
Magistrate Kanapaux on Saturday held E.
W. M. Mackey in a bond of $500 to keep the
peace, and to answer the charge of the assault
when called upon. The Stale will apppear as
STEALING AT THE FTES.-Two men, one white
and the other not, were arrested for helping
themselves to Mr. Rosenthal's property ac tho
fire. This style of appropriation was against
the city laws, and the pair wore jugged until
GEN. SCOTT'S LAST LETTER.- -The synopsis of
Gen. Scott's letter upon the condition of affairs
in South Carolina, published in the NEWS of
Saturday, was taken verbatim from the Wash?
ington Star of Wednesday, the credit to that
paper being inadvertenly omitted.
JUVENILE DEPRAVITY.-Paul Simons, a color?
ed boy of fourteen summers, was caught in the
act of stealing a cali's head from the market.
Pani was unable to resist the temptation of a
good dinner, and allowed himself to be over?
come and seduced by the devil. He was
assigned a lodging in the guardhouse, where
he will remain until tried for his misdeeds.
LAMENTABLE DESTITUTION-.-On Thursday
morning last, in the coldest weather of the sea?
son, a colored woman, poor, houseless and
homeless, was delivered of an infant in the
publio street. As soon as her condition was
ascertained, she received assistance, and has
been properly taken care of in the hospital. At
last accounts, mothor and child were doing as
well as could be expected.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-At a
meeting of the Young Men's Christian Asso?
ciation, held on the evening of the 1st inst.,
the following officers were unanimously elect?
ed to serve for the ensuing year:
President-Dr. 8. Chatburn Brown.
Vice-Presidents-Virg? C. Dibble, Augustine
T. Smythe, S. G. Pinckney, T. W. Webb, C. E.
Chichester, L. Sherfesse and W. W. Pember?
Corresponding Secretary-J. B. Warren.
Recording Secretary--Ellison A. Smythe.
Treasurer-A. C. Palfrey.
THE THEATRE, -To-night the theatre will be
reopened for the first time after a long inter
vaL The Messrs. Templeton have returned to
the city with a full troupe of actors, and design
treating the citizens of Charleston to first-class
performances. The theatre has been refitted in
a very neat and serviceable manner, the floor
being raised Beveral inches, and sloping
gradually towards tho stage. New scenery has
been procures, and no effort will be spared to
make the plays presented acceptable to the
public. The bill to-night is "Still Water Runs
Deep," followed by the popular farco of "Le
Chalet." These will be interspersed with
songs, dance?, kc, and the entire performance
will be such as will commend itself to a
CANDLEMAS DAT, OB THE P?BTFICA TION OF
THE ViBorN.-From an early date in the
Christian history the second of February has
been held as tho festival of the Purification of
the Virgin. The popular name Candlemas is
derived from the ceremony whioh the Church
of Rome dictates tobe observed on this day,
the blessing of the candies by the clergy. At
Rome the Pope every year officiates at this fes?
tival in the beautiful Chapel of the Quirinal.
When he has blessed the candles he distributes
them with his own hands amongst those in the
church from the Cardinals to the Sacristans.
The festival has been intended to commemorate
the purification of the Virgin Mary, and tho
candle-bearing to refer to tho remark ol Simeon
on taking the infant Jesus in his hands, that
he was a light to lighten the Gentiles. On
Candlemas Day the Christmas decorations in
the churches are removed.
EIGHTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CEN?
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-Tho ROY. W. C. D
D.D., pastor of the Central Presbyte
Church in this city, preached an anni ven
sermon yesterday morning, selecting aa
text Psalm xxvi., 8 and 9, "Lord, I have lc
the habitation of thy house, and the p
where thine honor dwelleth. Gather not
soul with sinners, nor my life with blc
men." Mr. Dana gave an interesting hiai
of the congregation from its earliest for
tion, with a full description of the vari
trials and vicissitudes through whioh it
passed during this period. The church
originally formed by a colony from the F
Presbyterian Church in 1811. The site at
corner of West and Archdale streets
selected, and on the 2d of February, 1812,
building was opened for divine worship, un
the ministry of the Rev. Wm. A. McDow
who remained the pastor until 1833, when
accepted a call to the North. During his r
torato the depository building in Chalm<
street was orected by the contributions ol
few members, and though fluctuating in nt
hers, the church was in a flourishing cor
In the autumn of 1835, the present pas
accepted a call to the church. His first e
mon was preached in December of that ye
and he was ordained and installed on the 1'
of February, 1836. The situation of the chin
in Archdale-street being inconvenient to ms
of the congregation, the lecture room in Ha?
street was built in 1839, and paid for princip
ly by the ladies. This has since been a soul
of revenue to the ch uren. In 1838 an eccles i
tical controversy arose, which continued :
nearly fourteen years, but was finally sett]
by the General Assembly which mot in Charil
ton in May, 1852.
The Archdale-street Church had long be
considered an unsightly structure, and the
cation was not such as would attract membe
or strangers, and the frequent repairs ti
ware required suggested the propriety of erei
ing a new building. At a meeting of the ol
eera of the church, held to consider the nm
tion, Mr. John W. Caldwell headed tag su
scription list with a donation of one tbousai
dollars. This liberality induced others to cor
forward, and in a few days several thousan
were raised. ?n February, 1848, the prese
site was selected, and the name "Centra
applied to the church, from its location. Tl
corner-stone was laid in 1848, and on tho 3d
February the dedication sermon was preache
Two years later the pastor became affect?
with a bronchial complaint that oompelled hi
to bo absent for eighteen months, during whi<
time the congregation were united with that i
the Circular Church, whioh building was thc
undergoing repairs. The cost of the chun
building having been found to exceed the orij
ina] expectation of the members, in 1855 t
appeal was made ;.nd a large sum raised. 1
1856 Mr. John W. Caldwell proposed a plan I
extinguish the church debt, and by the liber
contributions of himself and other friends th
was napp .ly ejected, and for Ave years preoe<
ing the war the church was in a most prospe:
ous and flourishing condition. In 1857 it m
decided to renovate the building, and it wt
repainted and finished in a superior manne:
rendering; the interior very attractive.
Mr. Dana then spoke of the recent trial
through which they had passed; the long year
of the war when the church was closed and th
members scattered; many had died, and in tb
short sps.ee of three years and foui month
forty of tb ese old and valued friends had bee
called away. Mr. Dana feelingly. ?o th
death of ti cae staunch supporters of th
church, and mentioned the services they ha>
rendered while living and the irreparable los
that their death hid inflicted, especially at th
present time, when the church was strugglinj
to regain its former position. During the wc
six shells entered the building and caused con
siderable damage, rendering repairs necosaar
before it could be occupied. On the first o
December, 1865, the few members of th<
church remaining in the city were collected anc
divine service held in the First Baptist Church.
A meeting was then held to devise some piar
to repair their own building, and, as in forme:
instances, the members generously assumed
the burden. One gentleman advanced thc
necessary money, and the repairs were at once
commenced. On tho 11th of March, 1867, thc
church was once more opened and the congre?
gation collected in their own fold. Mr. Da aa
alluded to the debt that now pressed upon
them, and asked for contributions from all who
still entertained any affection for the church ol
The church was well attended and considera?
ble interest waa manifested in the reminis
censes of the post related by the pastor.
CHARLESTON ENTERPRISE-A STONE LOME
KILN.-Messrs. G. W. Olney <fc Co. have recent?
ly purchased the interest of Messrs. Trout Sc
Amesbury in tho stone lime kiln at the Can
nonboro'Mill, and have added several impor?
tant improvements, making tho works equal to
any in the country. The kiln was built by Mr.
Hollis Kirkpatrick, who had a large experience
in this business iu Maine, and who has been re?
tained as Superintendent by Messrs. Olney k
Co. The site chosen for this enterprise in well
adapted to its purpose on account of its prox?
imity to the water, there being a depth of frivol ve
feet at the wharf at low tide. In building the
kiln, only tho latest improvements were adopt
ted, and it is now what is known as a perpetual
kiln, requiring no stoppages or cleaning, but
running, if necessary, through the entire year.
It is built of thc host brick, and is twenty-six
feot high, tweuty feet at the base, and sixteen
feet at the top. The walls aro five feet thick,
and there is a capacity for two hundred and fifty
barrels of lime rock, seventy-five barrels of lime
being burnt in ono day. this rock is hoisted
to tho top by a derrick, and the kiln ia replen?
ished as tho rock burns down. It is imported
from Rockport and Rockland, Me., the quarries
in that State being inexhaustible and furnishing
the bestauality of hmo stone known. In prepar?
ing the kiln for burning the rock is put in from
the top until the kiln is full ; the fires are then
kindled, and a fierce heat kept up for three
days. The doora are then opened ancl the
burnt stone drawn ont. The kiln is humed ately
refilled, and the process continued withou t auy
cessation. About four cords of wood are con?
sumed doily before the lime rock is sufficiently
On the grounds connected with thc lime
works aro coopers' shops, stables, and build?
ings used by the superintendent anc. em?
ployees. The wharf ?B accessible to vesuels of
all sizes, and there is ample space to conduct
a largo business. It was formerly the practico
to import this hmo from Maine, but Messrs.
Olney A Co. investigated the cost, and found
that it was practicable to furnish tho same
material at a lower price whon manufactured
at home. Heneo tho establishment ol' their
mill. The cost of wood, barrels, &c., is much
loss here than in Maine, and when the stone ia
imported in bulk a still further reduction is
obtained. Tho proprietors propose, when busi?
ness revives, to supply their customers in
covered carts, which will carry the lime to their
doers, and will be a saving of labor and ex?
pense. The time will come when the work of
rebuilding the city will be resumed, and the
demand for a superior article of lime will be
then greatly increased. Messrs. Olney Si Co.
have wisely prepared for this event, and the
kiln is, we trust, but one of the other enter?
prises that will be soon inaugurated, and which
will make Charleston as prosperous as she
was in the past. Her business men are not
despondent, and if the example set by Messrs.
Olney is followed,the desired end will ba sooner
UNITED STATES COURT.-NO business
transacted in this court yesterday. The
of the cases charged with violation of the Ii
na) Revenue laws, will be continued this w
HOBBED.-The Riohmond Enquirer, of
imlay, says : "A young man named Riol
Durand, recently from South Carolina,
kn Dcked down and robbed on Pine-street, ni
before last. His pockets contained only
Mr. Durand says he was followed from Ore
Hill by a couple of men. These commit
th a outrage, but he has no idea whatever \
they are, nor does he think he could recog?
them, as tb;y were heavily muffled about
hoad and neck._
POPULATION.-In 1860 Cr '->n contai
40,000 people, whilst now ..s numbers bu
reach 15,000.-Philadelphia Ledger.
We call the attention of our Charleston
changes to the above statement. It sui
ain't be true.-Richmond Dispatch.
The population of Charleston is now ab
a>,000; the whites and blacks being ab
PBOMENADE ENTERTAINMENT.-Tho Proi
nade and Refreshment Entertainment gh
by the ladies of the Holy Communion Chm
viii be continued for a few nights long
Several additional attractions have been p
cured, and thc ladies promise that a visit
the hall shall not prove time thrown aw
The tables are bountifully provided with
i empting array of edibles, and the visitor fli
it difficult to resist tho pleasure of spendi
Ais small change.
LIBELLOUS AND ABUSIVE.-Tho Boston Pi
says: "The Charleston conventionists i
their deskfi to keep cold victuals in, and th
steel pens for toothpicks." This is an agg:
vated and unprovoked attack, and should :
ceive a categorical reply: 1. Tho C. C's do i
keep cold victuals in their desks. 2. Elev
dollars a cay enables them to buy-hot victua
3. They are not Charleston conventions
4. They have no ' desks. 5. If they had tb
wouldn't. 6. They do not use steel pens i
toothpicks. 7. If they did, what has that
do nith the Boston Post?
SENTENCE IN THE DISTBICT COUBT_Thom
Daly alias Doland, who was tried for assai
and battery with intent to Mil, was sen ten c
to two years' imprisonment in the penitential
Daly is the man who was tried for setting fl
to the house at the corner of Beaufain ai
Mazyck streets, and shooting policeman C
hill, who attempted to arrest him. He w
found not guilty of arson in the State Com
but pleaded guilty to the assault with into
to kill in the District Court.
A number of sentences were rendered by tl
Judge, but they will not be concluded un
COUBT OF G EKES AL SESSIONS AND Cosme
PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PBEHIDING.-?
matters of public interest were transacted :
this Court on Saturday. The court was occi
pied to a late hour in hearing a motion for a
.xonerater on a bail bond. Messrs. Rivers
Corbin for the motion; Messrs. J. B. Cohen
Burke contra. A case of trover was also triei
after which the court was occupied to th
hour of adjournment in Bounding the city issi
and process docket. To-day his Honor d<
signs taking up the city process docket an
sounding the issue. The case of the State r,
O'Hagan, indicted for orson, is also assigne
for trial to-day._
. A dTAsfiiNO RuMba.^Some excitement ....
caused by the presence of a large cumber c
men, whito and black, at the telegraph offic
on Saturday evening. Rumors of every de
scriptum were instantly afloat, and the publi
apprehension of battlo, murder and suddei
death "'as not allayed until some bold indi
vidual ascertained the reason of tho fearfu
gathering, and showed that tho porty wore no
warlike delegates, but a portion of the "mag
netic brigade," under command of Genera
O'Eeefe, and they had merely reported to head
quarters for further instructions. This an
nouncoment was like oil upon troubled waters
and tho good people of Charleston, relieved o
then* anxiety, went calmly tu their couches ant
forgot the occurrence in the land of dreams.
FuBTHEB RELIEF FOB OUB PLANTEES-Thc
Washington correspondent of the New York
Tribune, writing on the 28th instant, says
"General R. E. Scott, of the North and SoutL
Carolina Freedmen's Bureau, had a long inter?
view with General Howard yesterday. He if
here to devise a plan under which planten
may be assisted in putting in their crops next
spring. He proposes to give those mcu suffi?
cient aid to enable them to plant a crop and
cultivate it, on the absolute condition that
each planter receiving such aid shall bind him?
self to plant enough groin and vegetables tc
supply all tho people and animals on the plan?
tation with food for o year, and shall devote
especial attention to their cultivation."
FTJE.- An alarm of firo was sounded on Sat?
urday night, about 104 o'clock, and smoke was
seen issuing from tho storo No. 325 King
street. The store was occupied by Mr. H.
Rosenthal, and on breaking open the doors the
tire was discovered in the rear, near tho win?
dow opening on tho yard. The combustible
nature of tho stock and the fixtures causod the
fire to spread rapidly, ond tho interior of tho
Store was a Jon in a blaze. Tho engines were
promptly on the ground, aud tho deluge of
water thrown in tho budding confined tho
?ames to the store, no damage being done to
the upper storios. Evory article in the storo
was ruined, the fire and the water having effec?
tually performed the work of destruction. The
stoi 3 was kept by Mr. H. Rosenthal, and the
stock was insured in different city agencies for
J12,i>00. The houBC was tho property of Mr.
Simon Woolie, and was insured for $7000. Dur?
ing tho fire a dilficulty aroso between some
colored firemen and citizons, but it was quell?
ed before it assumed the proportions of a row.
The firo was probably the work of an incen?
HOTEL ABBTVALS.-Charleston Hotel,-H. S.
drayson, City ; S. T. Dearing, Augusta ; W. L.'
Von Neus, Agent Nashville and Chattanoogo
Railroad ; J. E. Lewis, Grahamville ; E. Bates,
City; J. M. Cleary, D.S. A.; C. H. Woodruff,
N. Y.; Daniel Kendrick', N. Y.; C. W. J. Oros
well, City ; J. W."Bead, Bolton ; Frank E. Tay?
lor ond D. B. Gillilaud, City ; J. W. Parmelie,
N. Y.; Chas W. Noyes, City ; E. N. Sprague,
N. 0.;Thos. A. Bain, steamship .Liberty; H.
T. KeedeL, steams'nip Liberty ; H. P. Mallay,
N. Y.; W. A. Carr, City ; M. Sibley, Maine ; W.
L. L. Bowen, Florida ; Dr. C. De Jarnette, Va. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lilley and E. J. Lilley, Jr., Fay?
etteville ; T. J. Johnson, Miohigan ; W. W.
Mit's ITouss-J. Kemble Poulding, New York;
L. E. Johnson, Wadmiilaw; Wm. Gregg, Jr.,
Aiken; Geo. White, Beaufort; E. Pickett, U. S.
A.; J. W. Keip, New York; W. S. Finney, Bruns?
wick; L. P. Drexlor, Virginia City, N. C.; Mrs.
Haskell and throe children, Maurice Strauss,
San Froncisco; L. Pritchard, Wilmington; Eck
loy B. Coke, Philadelphia; E. M. Baiuard, South
Carolina; C. M. Gaskill, Philadelphia; N. B.
Courtwright, Bolton; C. A. Longfellow, Cam?
bridge; Geo. Kreunsenberg, New York; James
Doland, Norfolk; E. Hemvereit, Cuba; H. A
Topham, A. S. Bigelow, Savannah.
Pavilion Eoleh-X. S. Stewart, New York;
Urs. J. S. Eaton, West Nowton, Mass.; F. Reed,
Edi8to; A. Kingsberry and lady, St. Jubn's,
Berkeley; A. M. Trolinger, U. S. M.; J. P
Gibbs, city; J. R. Timony, Marion; T. Smith,
S. C.; Joseph Perry, John Crandall and John
Brown, Savannah; John Templeton, Alice Vane
and Isabel Vane, Savannah.
THE WEATHER.-The extreme cold of the
past week moderated yesterday, and, thonch
overee ats wore comfortable and the sunny side
of the street to be preferred, a number of per?
sons were abroad, and the churches were well
attended. The variable nature of our climate
was never more manifest than in the recent
ohange of weather, and Northern invalids who
have sought this city oan appreciate the mild
weather which has been enjoyed this winter.
The few changes serve but to recall the sting?
ing cold of the North, and endear them more
to the sunny South, where the ice king retains
but a feeble sway.
Tax A.TNIYEBSABY OF THZ CHARLESTON BIBLE
SOCIETY was celebrated last night r.t Grace
Church. There was a very large congregation
present-the church was crowded. Bev. C. P.
Gadsden read prayers, the report was read by
Rev. J. T. Wightman, and is an able and elo?
quent document. [Wo printed a few extracts
from it on Saturday.! He was followed by
Bev. C. C. Pinckney and Hon. C. G. Memmin
ger, both of whom gave masterly addresses,
appropriate to the subject and the occasion.
A collection was then taken up for the further?
ance of tho Bible cause. The clergy of the
several denominations, who unite in this socie?
ty, were present-Episcopalians, Presbyteri?
ans, Methodists and Lutherans. The music
was one of the marked features of the evening.
Professor Berkham, the accomplished organ?
ist, made his fine instrument show to much
advantage. The brilliant leading soprano at?
tracted special attention, and was supported
by a full and excellent choir, so that the musi?
cal part of the services gave great pleasure and
satisfaction to tho congregation.
[f you wast cheap Blank Book?;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, &c; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern ot ruling, go to HIBAM KAURIS, NO. 59
FOB Quotations of Bonds, Stocks, Coupons,
Bank Bills and Money, Bee every Friday morn?
ing, in this paper, by Andrew M. Moreland,
Broker, No. 6 Broad-street. f
AT No. 20 BBOAD-STEEET-E, Lafitte & Co.
advertise this morning that they have for sale
at their office, No. 20 Broad-street, checks on
Kew York in Bums to suit purchasers; also, that
they buy time bills on New York, and mode ad?
vances on consignments to New York. These
gentlemen have boen long and favorably known
in South Carolina and the adjoining States, and
their extended business experience and recog?
nized high standing in commercial circles
will enable them to secure the interest and pro?
fit of their patrons and business friends.
FR SALE Di SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
THIS BILLS ON NEW YORK PUiTCTLiSED.
, Advances made on consignments of Cotton and- .
Bice to oar friends'in New York. -?' V; i- .'.;.
E. LAFITTE A CO.,
Februarys' Imo No-20 BroaAaireet.
(Ofltlpg airb /urnisfjing (tofo. .
MRI;IM IN CLOTHING!
OS-BARGAINS IN DBESS FRO CES "ta
JB3-BAB0ALNS IN SACKS-?
JS9-BABGALNS IN PANTS-?
OS-BARGAINS IN VESTS "CH
?-BARGAINS IN UNDEB-"?
SI-BARGAINS IN SHIRTS"?
49-BABGAINS IN DRAWERS"?
?-BARGAINS IN HOSIERY"?
aa-BARUAINS IN GLOVES"?
?3" BA KG AI NS IN TIES, Ac., &c."?
NOW IS THE TIME, WITH A LltTLE MONEY,
to ?ecure the BA lt OA INS IN CLOTBTNO AND FOB
Do not purchase bofore you examine the STOCK
UCOLUR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. ?70 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KABBLE MANTELS, M0IS?
MEMS, HEADSTONES, &c.
AFINE SELECTION OF MABBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at S. K LAB ER'S Ware
room, No. 54 First avenuo, near Third-street, New
York. Call and examino before buying elsewhere.
February U _ 6 m o
PAINTS FOB FARMERS AND
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
are now manufacturing the best, cheapest and
moat durable Paint in use; two coats, well put ou,
mixed willi pure Linseed Oh, will last 10 or 15 years;
it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate, color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to suit the tasto of thc consamer.
It is valuable for Bouses, Barns, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Palls and Woodenware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and bhip's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Roofs (it being fire
and water proot), Floor Oil Cloths (one manufacturer
having used 6C00 bbls. tho past year), and, as a
paint for any purpose, is i.nsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness Price $6 per
bUL of 300 lbs., whJch will supply a farmer for years
to come. \\ arrantcd in all cases as above. Send for
a circular which gives fall particulars. None genuine
unless branded in a brade mark Grafton Mineral Paint.
HOLMES A CALDER, Agents,
December 13 fmwBmo Meeting-street
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS Vt PT., PER DOZ?
EN, 54c; 1 pt. CUc ; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt. 73c; 2 art.
51.22; 3 qrt. $1.38; 4 qrt. SLOG; ? qrt. $2.61); 10 qrt
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $0.75; 9 tn.
$7.25, por gross.
FUNNELS-Vials (10c; Pints 80c; Quarts $1.25;
2 Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $3.00, per dozen.
WASH BASINS (Pressed, Plain and Japanned:
small $2.00; large $3.60, poi dozen.
PRESSED CU LLENDLRb-small $3.00; large $1.00,
per dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
November 6 wira
rjlHE O.IEK.% INSURANCE COMPANY
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL. 810,000,000 IN GOLD
THI9 RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against loss or damage by fire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, H OU S LB OLD FURNITURE,
RENTS, frc., at established rates.
Losses promptly paid, without reference to Eng
land. GIBBES it CO., Agents,
NO. 10 Adger's South Wrharf.
October 28 mtuGmo
NO. 1 CIC1CUK LICENSES.
APPLICATIONS FOR NO. 1 LIQUOR LICENSES
must be filed In this offlce by the 13th le?
stant. W. H. SMITH,
January 8 Clerk of Council.
Choice Native Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, and
Evergreens, from the well-known Nurseries of |
C. Sanders, Sumter, S. C.
BY JOHN G. MILK OR & C?.
THIS CAY, 3d February, will be sold, at our auc?
tion salesroom, No. 136 Meeting-street, at half-past
A choice collection of FRUIT THEES.
PEAR. Apple, Peach, Plums.
GRAPE VINES-Isabella, Catawba, Warren, Dela?
CHOICE ROSE TREES-Bourbon, Noisette, Tea,
Hybrid Perpetual Ac
EVERGREENS, particularly suited to tbs South,
Silver and Golden Arborvits, Sweet Olive, Magno?
lia, Tree Box, 4c.
Mr. Sanders, having been recently burnt out, is
now compelled to make this sale for the support of
hlsiandly._ Fsbrnary 3
Seasonable Dry Goods and Hats.
BY JOHN G. 31 IL NOR & CO.
rO-MOBBOW, 4th inst, at 10 o'clock, wiU be sold
at our Store, No. 133 Meeting-street,
A desirable INVOICE OF GOODS Just received by
steamer, new style Fa o cy and Purple Prints, Apron
Checks, X and % Bleached, Brown Half Hose, Black
Spool Cotton, Black Skirt Braid. Suspenders, Black
ind W. B. Flax Thread, Shirting Stripes, Linen
3hoo Thread, Woollen Yarn, Printed Satinets, Wool
Mittens, Linen Diaper, Linen Damask, ll dozen
Black Hats, Umbrellas, Grey and White Blankets,
AT PRIVATE SALE:
BALES X BBOWN8.
Bales y% Browns.
Bales Cotton Yam.
Conditions cash. February 3
CITY SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of certain Tax I locutions to me directed,
I have levied on, and will sell for taxes due the
City of Charleston, on the west side of the City
Had, on TO-MORROW, tho 4th day of February,
at 12 o'clock M.,
LEASES, not exceeding five years, respectively, of ?
the lollowing property, vi2 ;
HOUSE A.ND LOT, Mfcotinc-srreet, levied on as
the property of estafo Eliza Aiken.
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 17 America-street, levied
an as the property of Wm. Armstrong.
HOUSE AND LOI, No. 8 Short-stroet, levied on as
the property of J. 1. Budds.
LOT OF LAND, east side King-street, levied on as
the property of Mrs. Mary Coopor.
HOUSii AND LOT, Anson-strcet; House and
Lot. Anson-strcct, adjoining the above; Lot of
Land, west side King-street, lovlcd on SIB the proper?
ty of estate N. Cooper,
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 72 America-street, levied
an as the property of James Croughan.
HOUaE AND Lt,T, Lianover-street, levied on as
ihcproperty of A. Cripps and R. Dereof.
SIX-TENEMENT HOUSE AND LOT, East Bsy;
Bouse and Lot, smith, and House and Lot, Wont
worth-strect, levied on as tho property of M. H.
HOUSE AND LOT, Meeting-street, and House
md Lot, King-street, near Line, levied on as the
property of John Davie.
HOUSE AND LOT, FJizabeth-street, near Calhoun,
levied on as the property of B. E. Dereef, Jr.
HOUSE AND LuT, Nos, ll and 13 Nunan-street,
le vied on as the property of Francis Duffy.
HOUSE AND LOT, Wall-ttreet, levied on as the
property of James A. Duflua.
BOUSE AND LOT, Nos. 4 and 6 Desportes' Court,
levied on as the property of Louisa Edwards.
LOT OF LAND, Queen-street, levied on as the
property of Elza Ann Foote.
HOUSE AND LOT, King-slreet, levied on as the
property of Eliza Ann Gill.
HOUSE AND LOI, Coming-street; House and Lot,
Calhoun-Btreet; House and Lot, Lucas-street; House
ind Lot, Chesnut-street; levied on as the property of
E. A. Harney.
LOT OF LAND, corner Broad and Trapman streets;
Lot of I-nd spring-street, Gadsden's Oreen; levied
an as tho property of T. savage Heywsrd.
HOUaE A.sD LOI, Trapman Sad Queen stroats,
levied on as the property of John R. Horsey and
Two HOUSES AND LOTS, Rocd-street; House and
Lot, Calhoun-streot; Houeo and Lot, Marsh-street;
two H oases and Lot, Duncan-street ; two Lots of
Land, Kiug-street, near Queen-street; levied anas
the properly of H. H. Hick*.
HOUSE AND LOT, Smitb-atreet; Lot of Land,
Friond-strcet; levied on as the property of J. D. Hol?
LOI OF LAND, foot of Coosa Bridge, levied on as
the property of Nathaniel Heyward.
HOUSE AND LOT,. Alken-strcot, levied on as the
piopurry of Wm. Jackson, wife and children.
HOUSE AND LOT, Derrwford-etreet, levied on aa
the property of Guy In? les,
h OUSE AND LOT, Ru?edgo Avenue, levied on as
the property of J, S. MUcheU,
HOUaE AND LOT, ' Wentworth- street, lovied Ott as
die property of John T. McDowell.
HOUSE AND LOT. Georgo-?trcot, levied on ns thc
property of J. J. Monaghan.
HOUSE AND LOT, Lilly Court, lot of land north
side Lilly ( ourt, lot of land, Pine-street, levied on as
tho property of David McGrath.
HOUSE AND LOT. Calhoun-street, levied on as the
?ropof??.of Robert Moultrio'acblldren. . .o. i "j,
HOUSE"?ND LOT, NO. 13 Wurron-striefl^RPfflPfl
md lot, East uay-bWet, lovied on os ibo property of
I. H. Oppenheim. ~
HOUaE AND LOT, Coming-fltreot, lovied on as the
aroperty of Paul Poinsett
HOUSE AND LOT, Pitt-street, levied on as the
properly of Wm. B. Byan.
HOUSE AND LOT, Exchange-street; House and
Lot Nos. 1, 7, 9 and ll Magazine-street, levied on as
he property of F. G. Rolando.
HOUSE AND LOT, Henrietta-street, levied on as
he property of B. D. Schur.
HOUSE AND Lui, Montaguc-stroet, levied on as
ho property of estate of Elizabeth schmidt
HOUsE AND LOT, Rutledge Avonue, levied on as
the property of B, S hirer.
HOUSE AND LOT, Sires-street, levied on as the
aroperty of Anthony Swinton.
BOUSE AND LOT, Lynch-street, levied on ss the
aroperty of John H. Simona,
HOUSE AND LOT, Pitt-street, levied on as the
aroperty of Mrs. L. banders.
' HOUSE AND LuT, shepherd-street, lovied on as
:ho property of John H. Staats.
8 HOUSES AND LOTS, Islington Court, lovied on
M tho property of Wm. T. Sanders.
HOUSE AND LOT, Cannon-street, levied on as the
property of John Thorne
LOT OF LAND, Logan-street, lovied on as tho
property of Mrs. A. B. T..rnbuR.
HOUSE AND LOT, Anson-strcet, levied on as tho
property of Mrs. A. M. Tennent
HOUsE AND LOT, King-street leviol on as the
property of H. T. and L. C. Thompson.
HOUaE AND LOT, King-street loviod on as thc I
property ol Thos. R. Taylor.
HOUsE AND LOT, Green-street, levied on as the
property of Robert M. Welch.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay mo for papers.
PETER C. GUEBBY,
February 3 13,27-F 3_City Sheriff.
UNDER. DECREE IN EQUITY,
Whaley vt. Reed ?? Kingsberry.
On WEDNESDAY, tho 6th Fobruary next, at 12
o'clock M., will bc sold on the plantation of Dr.
Whaloy, on tdisto Island, called Cedar Hall,
THREE WOODEN BUILDINGS and a LOG
STABLE, a Portable Engine, Horses, Mules, Planta?
tion Instruments, ??c., K. .
Terms-All sums uudor $100, cash; and over $100,
half cash; balance In well secured notes at sixty and
ninety days, with interest from day of sale. The
houses to b3 removed two weeks after the cay of
?ale. J. W. Gb AY,
January 23 tuwmtui Ma?ter in Equity.
Under Foreclosure of Mortgage, Charles T.
Lowndes, Executor, vs. Estate of A. M.
By virture of an ordor of sale, tome directed in the
ubove case. I will offer for sile at Publtc Auction,
at the old Postoflko, toot of Uroad-strect Charles?
ton, So. Ca., on TUESDAY, tho 11th day of Feb
runry, tit ll o'clock A.M.,
That TRACT OF LAND, known as Whito Oca
Plant itiou, situated upou iho North Sautec River, in
the Parish of St. Janies, Georgetown District, con?
taining six hundred aud thirty aeros, more or less,
together with dweUlng and outhouses situated there
an and appertaining the.eto.
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance in three oqual
successive annual in talmente, secured by bond of
purchaser, and a mor gago upon the Plantation.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Assignee of A. M. Manlpault
January 20 mw?tul
Q, V I K tt ,
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
Up-Towu Bock aud News Depot,
No. ?57 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, &c; par?
ties living ai town will find it convenient to givo
me a call, and can rely on getting their papers
regular. City papers sold and subscriptions taken
for all Papers and Magazines. Foreign Pupers
and Reviews ordered for regular subscribers.
Particular attention paid to orders from the dun
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept
on hand. 3mo November 21
The East Florida Banner,
OCA LA. MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
T. F. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DEBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCULA?
TION throughout the most populous and weal?
thy portion? of Florida.
Business men, desirous of Introducing their busi?
ness through that section, would do weU to adver?
tise in its columns.
B?BSCBUTION, $3 A TEAS.
SPABKIOK & Co., Agents, at Courier Office, Charles?
ton, South Carolina. September 27
Firtt Clot? Furniture of a Billiard Saloon,
consisting, in part, of Bar Counter, Wine
Olassis, DecanUrt, Tumblers, Window
Shades, Chairs, Wash Closet, Oas Fixtures,
Cue Back, Spittoons Carpet, ?tc.
W. T. LEITCH &R. 8. BRUNS,
Wu! be Bold THIS DAT, Sd February, at ll
o'clock, at the Obarlevttn Ballard Saloon, corner
of Meeting and Queen e tr?ete (second floor),
THE CONTENTS OF TI IE 8ALOON AS IT NOW
Teran oaah._ February 3
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, 3d inst, at ll o'clock, win be ?old at
the comer of Meeting and Market streets,
TWO PHELAN A CO! .LENDER BILLIARD TA?
BLES. Sold on account and risk of former pur?
chaser, he haring lallat! to comply with tarma of
Conditions cash. Tabl BB to bs r em G ved on day of
sale. February S
Stock cf a Countni Store and Clothing.
BY MILES DRAKE.
On TO-MORROW MOB NINO, at 10 o'clock, I will
sell at my Store, coiner ct King and Liberty
THE STOCK OF I COUNTRY STORE,
covan TING or:
PIECES PLAID Mol [AIR, Fremih Merino, Em?
press Cloth, Brown and Black Silk, A ll-Wool De?
laines, Black Doeskin, Drab D'Ete, Plaid and Striped
Marseilles, 84 Linen Sheeting, 8-4 Table Linen,
Bril liantes, Plaid and .'Dotted Swiss Muslin, Bishop
Lawn, Skirt Linings, Brown Homespun, Flannels,
Ticking, Cassirueree, Ac.
Dosens Hosiery, Br*akfast Shawls, Tidies, Para?
sols, Umbrellas, Mourning and L. Hdkfa., Neck
Ties, Scarfs, Shirt Fron1?, Vella, Barege Shawls, Hair
Netts, Cloth, .-Ilk Taff.-ta Oloves, Dress Combs, Jet
Buttons, Kid lind Dog f .kin Oloves, Soaps, Perfume?
Immediately after tbs sala of the above, I will
A desirable invoice of CLOTHING AND HATS, just
received frc m Manufacturera,
SO BLACK CLOTH DRESS COATS
50 Black Cloth Sad: Coats, fine
60 Satinet Saok Coi ts
36 Cassimera Vesta
SOO pair Cassim oro md Satinet Pants
60 dozen Men's arni Boy's Hats. Februarys
Genteel Modern .Built Residence, No. 66
BY Z. B. OAKES.
TO-MORROW, 4th Fobruary, at the old Postoffloe,
will be sold at ll o'clock,
That MODEBN BULT THRBE-3TOBY BRICK
RESIDENCE, con tailing eight square rooms, be?
sides a large pantry and dressing room, and double
piazzas to the west On the premises are a double
kitchen with four rooms, and all necessary outbuild?
ings, all in completo order, having been recently
thoroughly repaired and painted, los Lot measures
60 feet front and 130 deep.
The premises can te examined any time previous
to the sal?.
Conditions-Ons-fo or th sash; balance in on?, two
end three years, with interest payable semi-annually ;
buildings to bs kept insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Bankrupt Sal*, by order of the Assignee.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
On FRIDAY, February 7th, at 10 o'clock, in Store
No. 181 King-street, we will sell, for cash,
The Entire Stock of BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, tte.,
Store Furniture and Fixtures.
Sold as the Ai ah; ned Estate of Adam Zollar, In
Thomas Pinckney, executor Elisabeth P. Pinck
ney vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A bill to
Account, to Mt rshal Assets and for Relief.
BY T, A. WBITNEY,
WiU be sold under fhe direction of de undersigned,
st the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 11th
day of February, 1808, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All those two at (Joining fine COTTON and BICE
PLANTATIONS, known aa "Timothy" and "Towns?
end," tracts belong ng to the estate of Mis. Elizabeth
P. Pinckney, dec?.sod, situated on the Ashepoo
River, about two m iles from the ferry, on the Saltka
hatohle road, Coll ?ton JJ sb let. These Plantations
offer rare in du cs rn? nts to capitalist* who may wish
to engage in the eil tore of Cotton or Rice, as they
coma tn ISO aerea o? Cotton land BL d 186 acree of
Bice land, both -e iceUent quality. The Bice ianda,
awing ta UioflneftjihtiGe for drainage, are-admira- .
bly adapted to tie cult?va?on of thia staple. Cn
these places ai? a 1 twclunghonw.Kltrjhen, very large i
BsTmCorbHottie, fina i-taMe."' and seven... or eight :
A Plat of the same * - -^B-" ' *. ?*rV<?of T.
Hgjg^mey^No. 7 Frard?in-strs?.. _
Tarma-O^Mkii dcaah ; balance on a exeunt of ona
and two years, aec irScTby bond- ?Bd-a?!rt?*?e of the
tho promises. Purohaser to pay for papers>^
January 18_C. K. C. D.
ABS ION EE'S SALES.
T. J. Knauffvs The Charleston Rubber Com?
pany-Case in Attachment.
W. Y. LETCH & R. S. BRUNS,
In obedience to tte order of the Honorable the Court
ot Common Pie is, I will offer for sale, at ll o'clock
on THURSDAY the 6th day of February next at
Public Auotiou, at the Works, King-street Road,
to the highest b ddar,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY:
One (1) ENGINE, sixty horse power
Two (3) New Boili ira
One (1) fifty-two W3) feet Heater and Carriage, and 89
Moulds ? >r Vulcanising
Five (8) Mixers and Grinders
Two (2) Sets of Ct Hender?
One (1) Large Ke r Vhs
Two (3) Sledges
Twenty (30) Com wsltion Boxes
Two (3) Tables, a xty toot
Ow (1) Table, foi ty-fi ve feet
One (1) Chain, o? e hundred and four (104) feet
Lot Steam Piping attached to Machine
Engine Lathe, :0 ieet bed, 30 inch, Wing Screw
Cutting Turd complete, with Counter Shaft
Terms-Ono-h Cf cash; remainder in four and six
months, OJ note or notes of the purchaser, with two
or more appro* ad aunties. Purchaser to pas-lor
a tampa. D. B. GILLLLAND, Assixraee.
January 16 thl m wie feb ?er6
frudmttis1 jpriimte Soies.
Brick Residence in Water-street.
BY LOUTS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, on south aide of
Water-street, antaming nine upright rooms and one
dressing room, with piazzas to the south. On the
premises are a us torn containing 10,000 gallons, and
a brick kltchei.. There is also an entrance on Zig?
zag alley. Lot measures 140 3-13 feet front line, lit
4-13 feet back IL io, 94 feet 6 inches west line, and 38
feet 7 Inches or the east line. Apply as above at
January 31 fmw No. 38 BKOAD-STBEET.
Brick .Storehouse on Queen-street.
BY LOUIS H. DeSAUSSURE,
At Private Sale
The Jarge TWO STORY BRICK STOREHOUSE on
the south side of Queen-street between Meeting and
Church streeti; can store about MOO bales of Hay,
and is well arr inged for a Storehouse. Lot measures
- feet. Appl ; ss above at
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
January 31 fmw
Agr ie ul t irai Implements, &c.,&c.
PLANTER I, FARMERS, AND THE TRADE
GENEE ALLY supplied with PUBS SEEDS of
all varieties, < -Top of 1857, carefully selected from the
best snd mott relia Die seed growers in New kork,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut AU
HEEDS warn j)ted to be pure and freak, and of the
quail ry re pr e Muted.
PLOUGHS, HABBOWS, CULTIVATORS, AND
HORSE HOES OF EVERY VARIETY.
SEED PLANTERS AND FODDEB CUTTERS
IMPROVED CHILLED IRON COEN MILLS,
FOR PLANTATION USB, DURABLE
WASHING M A C HI N E 8, &c., ?to.
INGERSOLL'S HAND POW?B COTTON PBEaS,
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWEB.
. ilTTLE * MARSHALL,
No. 140 MEETING-STREET,
Oj posits Pavilion Hotel, Charleston, 8. C.
January 2 thmSmoa
rjniUD CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
* WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'CLOCK EVERY
MORNLN'J to subscribers in any portion of the city,
at EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK, payable weekly.
Orders lal t at tho Periodical Stores ot Mr. C. C. RIGH?
TER, NOE. 161 and 338 KLNG-STREET, or at tte
Office of fae DALLY NEWS, No. 18 HAYNE-sTREET,
will receive prompt attention.
December 3 Agent for City Delivery.
Contenta of a First-class Dry Good? Store.
MctfAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 MEETTNG.STBBET.
Will sell THI8 DAY (Monday), Sd Fobraarj, at 10
Reces AMOSKEAG, W AMSU CTA, SP BAGUE and
otbor CALICOES. 4-4 and % Longcloth, ftateviUeand
Brown'? Satinets, Cudet Cassim'cre. Twe< ds Kersey
Jeans, Blankets, Ready-made Clothing, Dress Gooda,
Slurta, Drawers, Hosiery Spool Cotton, Olores.
Neck Ties, Hats, Notions, 4c.
5 CASES BOOTS AND SHOE*
Terms cash. February 3
Household and Kitchen Furniture oj a Family
leaving the city.
BY BOWERS & SILCOX.
Will be sold, THIS DAT, 3d instant, at Na 21 Co?
luro bus-street, opposite Messrs. Eauons* Fotmdary,
at 10? o'clock,
SOFAS, Spring-bottom Chairs, fine Egyptian Mar?
ble-top Mahogany Tables, 1 fine Lady's Work Table,
What-Not, large Looking Glass, Mantle Ornamenta,
1 pair Fancy shell Work m Class Stands, carpet and
Ross, Pictures in Frames, Window Shades, lot of
fine Books, Brass Hand irons, Dining Tablea, Card
Tables, nne French Bedstead and other kinds, fina
Marble-top Bureau with Glas?, Marble-top Wash?
stand, lot of Marble Tops for tables, and a large lot
of Table Legs, and other mat?! lal.
One Buggy and Harness
One large Cooking stove, &c, ic. o
conditions cash. _Februarys
House and Lot tn Columbus-street.
BY BOWERS & SILCOX.
wm be sold TO-MORROW, tho 4th hui, In front of
the Old Postofflee, Broad-street, at ll o'clock,
All that LO i OF LAND, with th? aldinga there?
on, situated in Columbus-streot, on the south sida,
opposite Messrs. Ea?ona' Foundery, and known aa
No. SI. Lot measures 33 feet 6 Inches, front and
back line, by 60 feet deep, mora or less. House con?
tains 6 square rooms, with double plana, and a good
cistern, with gas and gas fixtures.
Conditions-One-balf cash; balance lu one year,
with Interest lrom day ot sale. Buildings to ba in?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay Bow?
ers k Silcox for papers and stamps. February 8
Fine Three-Story Wooden House, Slate Roof,
on a Brick Basement, two doors from Upper
W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
Will bt iola, TO-MORROW, Februar/ 4th, at th? Old
Postoffloe. Broad-street, at ll o'clock,
That desirable THREE-STORY WOODEN HOUSE,
with slate roof, on a brick basement, al tua ted on th?
north side of Vanderhorst-atreet, twe doora from the
Upper Market, with all necessary onto uh (lings. Iha
basement was formerly used for a Drug store. Lot
measi rsa 39 feet fi ont by 100 feet dei .p.
Oerms-One-half cash; balance hi ono and two
years, kera red by bond and mortgage of tho prom
ins; property to be Insured and polloy assigned
Puro baser to pay us for papen.
February 3 _fmtoA
Valuable Tide Swamp Riet Plantation on
Pee Dee River.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE Sc SON.
TO-MOBI OW, the 4th of February, at the corner of
Broad rad East Bay streets, near old Custom
houae, rill be sold at ll o'clock,
THAT VALUABLE TIDE SWAMP BICE PLAN?
TATION, known as Holly Grove, situate on Great
Pea Dee Liver, near Georgetown, ?. C., containing
tn all 1250 acres, 260 acres of which are primo tide
swamp rico lands, under bank, ready for cultivation;
20 acres nmreclaimed swamp, balance high lands, 70
acres of which are cleared and equal in production
to any lands in th-? District. This place is wau set?
tled, having on it a good dwelling house and thirty
cabins fx* laborara. Average yield of tho rico landa
forty bus nels to tho acre before tho war, and has
produced sixty bushels to the acre.
Conditions-One-half cash; balan?a payable in ona
and two years, with Interest from day or sale, paya*
ble semi-annuaUy, secured by bond and mortgage of
property sold. Purchasers to pay A. J. White 4c sion
for requisite papers and stamps.
Febrtujy 3_ stuthS 4
Unreserved Sale of Dry Goods, at Store Nb.
229 Ktng-street, in consequence of the Pro?
prietor Discontinuing Businsis.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.
Will sall at Store No. 230 Sing-street, at 10 o'olook,
on WEDNESDAY, 6th instant,
THE ENTIRE STOCI., VU : H
DRESS GOODS ??
CASSIMEBES AND WOO ILE NS
LINEN AND HOUSE KEEPING GOODS
EOSIERY AND GLOVES
. NOTIONS, Ac, Ax.
-'.'aj^Ihe sitentton'of City and Country Buy?? ia
called to this Mle,-as fe? stock ki all fresh ?nd de
* <r ..jlffo?? cartu' -'.v.^efcrf-atsyS
BY SMITH ?^MCGILLIVRAY; :I
Real Kat?te Agents am\JBrofcexs, No. 37
On WEDNESDAY next, the 6th of F- bruirv. at ll
O'clock, IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, wu! bw
eold without reserve, .
The above PROPERTY, the Lots measuring to?
gether 60 feet 9 inches frout by 300 feet deep, more
Te: ms-Half cash; tbe balance in one year, secur?
ed aa usual. Purchaser to pay 4. k McG. tor papers
and stamps. February 1
Estate Sale-By Order cf the Executor.
BY L S. K. BENNETT.
On WEDNESDAY, the 6th February, 1868, I will
?ell, at ll o'clock, at tho Old Postoffice, corner of
East Bay and Broad streets.
The following PIECtS OF VALUABLE PROPER?
TY, belonging to an esta e, and sold hy order of the
1st, That high and dry LOT OF LAND, located at
the northwest corner of East Bay and Minority
streets, measuring lorty (40) tot front by one hun?
dred and twenty (120) leet in depth, be the samo"moro
3d. Thi.t LOT OF LAND, with Tenement Bunding
thereon, located at the northeast corner of Middle
and Minority streets, known aa Noa. 6 ana 8. Tho
Houses contain four rooms each, with brick kitchens
and commanding good rents. The entire Lot meas?
ures forty (40) feet front by eighty (80) feet deep,
moro or less.
3d. That LOT OF LAND, with buildings thereon,
located on t. e east side ot King-street, between
Broad and Trodd streets, and known as Na 68. The
House contains six upright rooms, with attics, small
room, piazza, pantry ana private stairway. The out?
buildings are ample, inoiudintr a large Drink oven.
The front store ls now boiug used aa a bakery. Tba
Lot measures thirty (30) feet front by two hundred
and forty-one (241) feet deep, be tho same more or
I will sell at the same time and place,
PEW No. 80, north Aisle or St Philip's Cburoh.
Conditions--One-half cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of the property, with interest semi-annual?
ly, payable in one and two years; buildings to ba
kept insured and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay
me for aU necessary papers and stomps.
The Pew will bo sold for cash.
January 23 23,38,feb3,6
I. ft lilli;!.
M AN TJ F ACT C KKK S OF
OVER MESSRS. JNO. F. TAILOR k CO.'S MA?
CHINE SHOP, Pn tah ard-? tr? et, near tho corner of
No. 6 HAYNE-STREET^UP STATES, NEXT DOOR
to Messrs. Geo. W. Wilhams k Co., Merchants and
HAVE TN STORE FOR SALE LOW FOB CASH:
1,000 pairs WINDOW SASHES, glued, all sues
L00O pairs Window Blinds, oil sizes
600 pairs Panel Shutters, all sizes
1,000 Doors, all sises
100,000 feet Mouldings of all kinds and sises
Stair Newels, Bailusters ?nd Bail, and Building
Ol ve us a call; you will find tho BEST WOBX sad
tho LOWEST PRICES In thia city.
January 1_ wfmamoa
f>\ J. S CH LEPE GR ELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANC ST. PHILIP.
LTTWRTTR OF EVEB? DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS PAINTS, OILS. GLASSE*, SHINGLES,
ic con???ay on band at the loweat market prto**.
September 12 thmly