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IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE L\W.
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Persona who wish to subscribe for the DAILY
NEWS by the week, can have their papers
served to them regularly in any part of the
city at an early hour every morning. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for tho city delivery, will
cull upon such persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at the
periodical stores of Mr. C. C. Righter, Nos.
161 and 338 King-street, or at the office of the
DAILY NEWS, NO. 18 Hayne-street, will receivo
A ZTCTION SALES THIS DA T.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell this day, at
the store No. 229 King-street, at 10 o'cloctt,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY will Bell this day, in
front of their office, No. 27 Broad-street, at ll
o'clock, two building lots in Mount Pleasant;
wooden tenement in Elizabeth-street; two half
acre lots ir. town of Mount Pleasant; dwelling
I. S. K. BENNETT will sell this day, at the old
post office, at ll o'clock, property located in va?
rious portions of city: also, pew.
N. HUNT & SON will sell this day, at their
auction salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, at
10 o'clock, boots, shoes, gaiters.
R. M. MARSHALL & BBO. will sell this day,
at No. 33 Broad-street, at 10J o'clock, mules, &c.
NOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS.-Down-town
merchants and others having advertisements
which inoy desiri) co appear in the DAILY
NEWS, will find at the office of the City Rail?
way Company, corner of Broad-street and
East Bay, an iron box in which they may
deposit their favors. Tho inconvenience to j
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
sorely as if handed in at our counting-room
SINGLE COPIES of this morning's DAILY NEWS,
put up in wrappers ready for mailing, may bo
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.
MAJOE-GENEBAL CANBY, we learn from the
Wilmington Post, is expected to visit Raleigh
at an early day.
CITY MONET was in considerable demand on.
Broad-street yesterday, thanks to the vigorous
measures of the Sheriff. We heard of sales at
83. There is no reason, however, why it should
not be 98. There is over half a million tax to
be collected, and, if we are rightly informed,
there are only about $30,000 of these bills out.
Asa SST or A JAIL BIBD.- Lieutenant Hen?
dricks and his efficient detectives have arrested
a colored man named Dan Murray, with a num?
ber ol' altases, an ea caped prisoner from the
Sumter jail. Dan was identified by some mem?
bers of the convention from that District, and
had been confined in jail for hog stealing.
MRS. YELVERTON, we are glad to find, will
give another reading. The Market Hall, the
use of which has been tendered her for this
purpose by the kindness of his Honor, the
May or, is admirably adapted for an auditorium,
and we have little doubt Mrs. Yelverton will
hav J the hall full of select and appreciative
hearers, to be pleased with and do justice to
the charms of her elocution.
THE COURT OF EQUITY-CHANCELLOR CAR?
BOL PBESTJWNG.-Beyond the Bounding of the
dockets and assigning days for trial, no busi?
ness was done, and the court adjourned until
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONB AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PRESIDING.-The
civil docket was called and a few unimpor?
tant cases tried. No business of public impor?
tance was transacted.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-HON. GEO.
S. BRYAN PRESIDING.-The jurors were pres?
ent and answered to their names, and after the
adjournment of the court were dismissed until
Tuesday, 11th February.
Ex parle Adolph F. C. Cramer. The petition
for citizenship was read, and the petitioner
having subscribed to the oath, he was declared
a citizen, and ordered to be enrolled on tho
In re J. L. Clyburn, of Camden, S. C.-In
bankruptcy. The appointment of H. C. Solo
mond as assignee, in place of W. B. McDowell
xesigned, was ordered by the Judge.
In the eise of Albert T. Latta, in bank?
ruptcy, the Judge made the same decision;
also io the case of Thomas J. Meyers, in
The United States vs. nineteen barrels dis?
tilled spirits at the store of Muntoue & Co. A
nsw trial. James Conner, Esq., for defence,
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Mr. Jas. L. Gantt sold
yesterday, for Master Jas. Tupper, a lot of \
land with the buildings thereon, situated on
the west side of King-street near Line, meas?
uring on the front and rear seventy-six feet
six inches, and in depth two hundred feet, for
$1150; terms one-third cash, balance in one
und two years.
Mr. Z. B. Oakes sold a three-story brick
residence on Hasel-street, containing eight
(square rooms, a pantry, dressing-room, and
double piazzas to the west, together with the
outbuilding*, for $6700; terms one-quarter j
cash, balai .ce in one, two and three years.
Messrs. Al'jnzo J. White & Son sold, for
$3350, a valuable tide swamp rice plantation,
known as Holly Grove, situated on Great Pee
Dee River, near Georgetown, S. C., containing
in all one thousand two hundred and fifty
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
prime tide swamp rice lands, under bank, rea?
dy for cultivation; twenty acres unreclaimed
swamp, balance high lauds, seventy acres of J
which are cleared and equal in production to
any lands in the district. This place is well
.- settled.having on it a good dwelling house and
thirty cabins for la'wrers. Average yield of
the rice lands forty bushels to the acre before
the war, and has produced sixty bushels to the
acre. Terms one-half cash, balance payable
in one and two years, with interest from day
of sale, payable semi-annually.
Messrs. Leitch & Bruns sold a lot containing
a small dwelling, known as No. 42 Rutledge
Avenue; the lot measuring sixty-two feet front
by two hundred and sixty feet deep, for $1500;
terms one-half cash, balance payable in twelve
montbB. Also, three wooden buddings at Mn,
40 Rutledge Avenue, the buildings to bc re?
moved immediately, for $120.
English Railways and Tbelr 1
For somo months past our Engl
have been a good deal occupied w
subject of embarrassed railways, s
the most extensive companies ben
most deplorable financial condition. C
tions that have for years floated on ti
most wave of popular favor have coi
sudden halt in their glittering care?
stockholders are greatly discouraged
ugly situation in which they find th
The rock upon which these great c
tions have mostly struck, has been tl
pressible desire for dividends-just th*
natural yearning in a shareholder's bi
for the semi-annual jingle of sovereign
to such an extent did this furore prevai
boards of direction surrendered their
judgments, to satisfy the demands of
holders, many of whom never saw the n
or knew its real situation from one yea
to another, and only unfolded their beau
tinted scrip when quarter days came rou
But this dangerous practice of drawi
the future for the means to make the p
look inviting, bas brought about the inei
day of reckoning and some very curio;
closures are brought to light; for instanc
of the largest dividend-paying compani?
adopted as a policy, calculated to stix
energy among certain officers of the roa
division of a percentage of the divi
among said offioials, and as a consequenc
larger the disbursements to shareholde:
greater the salaries to these energotic g
men; and it now turns ont that "capitt
count" is charged with some ?6,000,000-;
liability in excess of any that had been
larry, made known to the credulous ?
This very discreditable state of affair
had, as a natural consequence, the most
aging effect on English railway securit
the money centres, and great anxiety exii
There can be no doubt that it requires
siderable firmness on the part of officials
corporations to resist the pressure (whi
always available from empty pockets) for
ing dividends. As in was;, success has i
to be considered the sole test of great |
ralship, so in joint stock companies monej
tributed semi-annually is a sufficient evie
of ability, without shareholders looking
unnecessary details and ascertaining wh
came the funds with which to do it.
It is always hard to look the adverse s
tion fully in the face, but it will in thc
provo the wise policy to wear the plainest
ments rather than put on the finery, w
may glitter but is not gold.
Perhaps it may be said with truth, that
railroads throughout the South have sufi
more by the late war than five years of p>
can possibly restore. The four years of 1
use, without the means of keeping up tl
properties, created in itself a necessity
enormous cash outlays at the dose of the <
test, but in tho case of roads swept by me
less annies, their rails twisted, croBS-ties
station-houses burnt, and culverts blown
the difficulties have been almost insurmouj
ble; and yet we know of several companie;
surrounded with difficulties, in which thou;
.ess and uninformed shareholders are agita:
nervously for dividends.
Wc hope the time is not distant when
mall be able to chronicle BO healthy a coi
tion in all our Southern railroad compa??a
to warrant their directions in resuming il
semi-annual favors; but in the meantime, i
jul v making matters worse to borrow moi
it eighteen and twenty-four per cent. ]
m num in order to sport a six per cent di vic ei
ind if any of our readers would like to se s i
.esult of loans for these purposes, even at 1 hi
)er cent, per annum, on the Anal proepec ts
ail way companies, we commend them to an <
unination of the "London, Chatham and I
.or," the "Caledonia" or the "Midland," co:
janies in England.
VENUS ANO JUPITER.-AS these two plant
lave attracted considerable observation a
interest recently, owing to the fact of th<
[ate proximity, a phenomenon never befoie w
ne8sed by our readers, it will not prove uni
tereBting probably to publish a few farts i
garding them. Of all the luminaries
Heaven, the sun and moon excepted, t
planet Venus is most conspicuous. She a
pears like a brilliant lamp among the less
orbs, and alternately anticipates the mandi
dawn, and ushers in the evening twilight. Tl
diameter of Venns hos been competed
about 7800 miles, and consequently its ?mrfa
contains 191,134,944 square miles, and cou
contain a number of inhabitants equal io mo
than 53,500,000,000, or nearly ejxty-seven tim
the population of our globe. Venus revolv?
in an orbit which is 433,800,000 miles m circu?
terence in the space of 221 days and IC hoor
its rate of motion is therefore about 80,01
miles every hour, 1330 miles every minute, ar
about 22 miles every second. Its (Listanc
from the sun is 68,000,000 of miles, a ad froi
the earth, when nearost us, about 27,000,000 <
miles, which is the nearest approach ' hat an
of the heavenly bodies, except the moen, mai
to the earth. Yet this distance is veiy grea
for a cannon ball would require six yoars an
three months to move from the oar h to th
nearest point in the orbit of Venus, although j
were flying every moment at the rate of 50
miles au hour. At its greatest di 9 ta a ce fror
us it is 163,000,000 of miles.
Jupiter, when nearest the earth, is the mos
splendid of all the nocturnal orbe exoept Venu
and thc moon. Its distance from the sun i
495 millions of miles, and the cir cum 1er en ce o
its orbit is 3,100,000,000 of miles. Around thii
orbit it moves in ll years and 315 days at tb
rate of nearly 80,000 miles o very hour. Whei
nearest the earth it is about 400 iiilliona o
miles distant, and when at its greatest distanoi
from us no less than 590 millions of niles. Thii
planet revolves around its axis in tbe space o
9 hours, 55 minutes, 49? seconds. This rota
tion is far more rapid than that of any of tin
other planets. The circumference of Jnpitei
is 278,600 miles, and therefore its equitoria
parts will move with a velocity of 23,000 milet
an hour, which is 3000 miles more than thc
equitorial ports of the earth's surface move ir
24 hours. Jupiter is ll times larger in circum?
ference than the earth, and moves round the
sun in 4332* of our days, and rounc. its axis ic
9 boure, 56 minutes nearly; therefore its yeai
will bo 10,470 days.
This planet is the largest in the system, be?
ing 89,000 miles in diameter, and consequently
14*30 times larger than the earth. Its surface
contains nearly twenty-five thousand millions
square miles, with accommodations for nearly
seven billions of inhabitants, which is nearly
fifty times the number of human beings that
have existed on the earth since its creation.
Such an immense globe, moving forward in
its annual course 30,000 miles every hour, and
carrying along with it four moons, larger than
ours to adorn its firmament, presents to the
imagination an idea at once wonderful and
AN ACCIDENT.-We regret to announce an
accident- that occurred to Captain Mackey, of
the firm of Mackey & Baker, yet terday morn?
ing. While on bia way home, his horse ran
against a post at the corner ot' Vanderhorst
and St. Philip streets, and though neither
horse or buggy received any injury, Mr.
Mackey was thrown from bis seat, and the
small bones in his wrist were broken. He was
only a short distanco from his house, and Dr.
Carr ere being called in, soon set the fracture.
A FOUNDLING.-A white male infant, a few
.\seks old, was left on Sunday night at the
I i.<?;r of a residence in the lower part of Meet
.ng-street. The foundling- waB in a carpet bag,
and neatly dressed. A note was found in the
bag giving the name of the child, and request?
ing that be be tenderly treated. The unwel?
come visitor was referred to the Mayor, whose
official position as one of the City Fathers ren?
ders him the guardian of such waifs. We
learn that a colored woman named Mary Scott
has taken temporary charge of the infant.
FORENSIC CLUB,-As will be seen, by a refer?
ence to another column, this club meets to?
night. We are authorized to state that the
meetings are open lo the public, and all who
feel an interest in the solving of legal problems
and discussions of vexed questions of law, may
avail themselves of the opportunity and be
present. The question for discussion this
evening iij as follows: "If ti married woman,
ceslui qui trust, of a property purely personal
(the trust a simple one, in trust for her, and
with no limitations), dies, is her property dis?
tributable, according to the statute, or does it
revert to the donor?" We think the ques?
tion a very debateable one, but refi ain from
expressing an opinion. If her estate were a
Ufe estate, there can scarcely bo a doubt but
thatjthere would result a reversion to the donor;
but we think that the question is purposely
left open on that point in order to render it de?
bateable. The club meets at half-past seven at
THE SHIP J. A. WRIGHT.-This new and supe?
rior freighting vessel, which we announced in
our issue of yesterday as being ashore on the
breakers of Swash Channel, was taken off at
an earl}- hour on Tuesday. Her agents pro?
cured the services of the steamer Planter,
light draft and double engine steamer of con?
siderable capacity, and the steamer Aid, a tug
of muoh power; they proceeded to her on Mon?
day night, and commenced operations about
12 o'clock, and about S A. M. hauled ber off j
the shoal, and brought her to the city early
yesterday. The ship, we regret to say, is
much injured and bad about four feet of water
in the hold, and part of the bay was thrown
This is a misfortune to all parties, as the
Wright is on her first voyage, of 1270 tone, and
cost $90,000. She is muoh wanted here, and
could secure immediately a full and paying
freight. Captain Morse and her agents aoted
with commendable promptitude, and did every?
thing possible to rescue the ship.
BILL OF MORTALITY.-Beturn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston for the week ending
Angil ra Pectoris..
Brain, Congestion of..
Lunars, Congestion of..
Whites, 3; Blacks snd Colored, 13-Total, 16.
Under 1 year of age... 1
Between 1 and 5 yrs... 2
Between Sand 10yrs.. 1
Betv/een 10 and 20 yrs.. 3
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 1
Between 30 and 40 yrs. 1
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 2
Between 60 and 60 yrs.
Between 60 and 70 yrs. 2
Between 70 and 80 yrs. 0
Between 80 and 90 y rs. 1
Between 90 snd 100 y rs. 0
Over 100 years of age...
Office of City Registrar. February 4,1868.
OEOUUE a. T?.L.:r.\i. M. v.. City Itegtstrnr.
LOTTERY.-It ie better to be born lucky than
rich, says the wise man; and the truth of this
adage bas once again been confirmed in the
good fortune that yesterday befell Weston, a
colored butcher, who eelleth sausages made
of Bwine's flesh in the market-place of tbo good
old City of Charleston. Weston dreamed a
dream, whereof the particulars it is not meet
fo r us to tell. Suffice it to say that, on awak?
ing, be felt sure there was luck in odd num
bors, and straightway wont to the place where
Paters eelleth tickets. "8-41-59" were the
cubalistio numbers chosen by Weston, and
sold by Peters. Far off in the good old oity of |
Paducah, in the State of Kentucky, tho big
wheel of fortune was rolled round, and Wes?
ton's dream came true-"59-3-41" were
among the lucky numbers. Yesterday morn?
ing Weston paid Petera $2 (say two dollars).
Yesterday evening PeterB paid Weston $1200
(say twelve hundred dollars) green and lawful
ourroncy, not " bills receivable." -
Moral.-If you buy a ticket in the Kentucky
Lottery, and the numbers come out all right,
you aro almost certain to draw a prize.
Tho drawings in this lottery, it is needless to
mention to our readers, are published every
day in THE NEWS.
Po8leript.-We learn that Weston ?B seriously
contemplating inaugurating a new feature in
tho manufacture and vending of sausages.
With the example of Lorillard beforo bim, who
puts a fifty dollar greenback in his Century to?
bacco on Mondays, ono hundred dollars on
Tuesdays, ?tc '""?ton thinks of putting a five
cent green*.-.* in one of the stuffed porcine
inner receptacles on Mondays, on Tuesday a
twenty-five cent greonback, a city fifty cent on
Wednesday, and a State ' billreceivable" on
Saturday night. We hope Weston "won't go
back " on this, but carry out this well conceived
project. For, however bills receivable may be
at a discount, the sausages, we opine, will hold
P. 5. No. 2.-There is to bo an immense
crowd at Mr. B. Scbur's, in Mcoting-strect, this
morning, and a perfect rush at the ticket office.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Chariest on Hotel-Law?
rence P. Smith, Christ Church; D. S. McCul?
lough, lady and child, Abbeville; D. D. McCall,
Bennettsville; H. S. White and lady, New York;
Thomas A. Hanlen and wife, New Haven; Wfl
Uam Mansfield, W. J. Morrison. New York; D.
C. ?Rhart, New Orleans; George Graham,
Memphis, Tenn.; Thomas G. Banks, William
BankB, Fulton, N. Y.; John S. Loyall, Buffalo,
N. Y.; H. H. Burton, Miss A. Langdon, New
York; William Green, Sumter; Thomas A. Bain,
H. F. Keidel, Steamer Liberty.
Mills House.-Charles H. Johnson, ateamer
Moneka; Hugh Mathieson, Texas; T. C. Gower,
Greenville; Wm. Gregg, Jr., Aiken; James H.
Thompson and Henry C. Potter, Baltimore;
Hardy Solomon, Columbia; M. C. Butler, Edge
field; U. B. Price, Baltimore; H. F. Minor, Sa?
vannah; Mrs. E. W. Seabrook and family, Co?
lumbus, Ga.; Geo. W. Tucker, Jr., Baltimore;
R. L. Inglesby, Mar's Bluff; Horace Haskins,
Boston; W. H. Barrett, Now York; W. R.
Goodwyn.Ballimorc; J. H. Brown,Wilmington ;
O. P. Fitzsinions, Georgia; R. Ludovici, F. W.
Ludovici, H. U. Lancaster, A. J. Evans and
Wm. Patten, New York; N. G. Osteen, Sumter;
J. R. Southern, Columbia.
Pavilion Hotel.-G. U. Bushing, Barnwell
District; John T. Jennings, Orangeburg; S.
Dibble, Orangeburg; Geo. L. Choisy, U. S. A.;
W. H. Hoskins, Greensboro'; W. C. Snowden,
Williamsburg; T. Eaddy and H. Singletary,
Williamsburg; W. M. Kinder, Kingstree; Mrs.
White, New York; James W. Coker, Savannah;
Col. John Nettles and Jesse J. Nettles, Wil'
bamsburg; C. L. Land, S. C.; J. R. Cbina,
Northeastern Railroad; P. A. Easterling, North?
"BILLS RECEIVABLE" were at a considei
diecount on the street yesterday. We km
one broker who declined to giro over s
observing that there was a still further di
THE COLUMBIA ADVERTTHEB.-This ia
name of a new journal that has made its
appearance in Columbia. Though quite si
it contains a goodly number of advertiseme
and promises to become one of the journa
the State. Its editorial is a comment on
eleven dollars per diem, and besides a few 1
grams, it has little reading matter.
SAVANNAH AND CHABLESTON RAILBOAD.-.
meeting of the directors of this comoon
few days ago, the following officers were el
ed to serve the ensuing year :
J It ELD BOYL8TON, President pro tem.
.O. S. GADSDEN, General Superintendent.
S. W. 1TSHER, Secretary and Treasurer.
?Vice JOHN S. BYAN, who declined a re-eleotlo
FOBTY-NEVTH ANNTVEBSABY OF THE VIGIL
FLEE COMPANY.-The Vigilants met yester
at their hail in State-etreet, and celebra
their forty-ninth anniversary. The busin
of the evening was the first consideration, i
resulted in the unanimous re-election of
S. Y. TUPPER, President.
I. D. MOWBY, VlcePresident.
J. F. TORRENT, First Director.
J. P. BBOWN, Second Diiector.
F. L, O'NEILL, Third Director.
B. F. Mo JAB K, Bonrth Director.
J. T. BUMPHREYS, Secretary.
S. W. FISH.- R, Treasurer.
C. H. SLMONTON, Solicitor.
AUGUSTUS FITCH, Surgeon.
J. L. TOBBENT, First Axeman.
J. J. O'NEILL, Second Axeman.
The newly elected wore greeted with rousi
cheers, and acknowledged the honor confen
upon them in becoming speeches. After t
meeting, the company and their invited guei
adjourned to the spacious hall of the compai
where a bountiful collation had been prepan
No t wi tba t andng the inclemency of the weatb
a large number were present, and the hot
slipped rapidly by, while the good things
this life were disoassed. Toast, sentiment a
song succeeded each other rapidly, and it w
not until a late hour that the company sei
rated, fully satisfied that old age had not ii
paired their merits as firemen, and determin
to make their fiftieth year more than equal t
TAX SALES.-Our readers have for some tit
observed the advertisement, by the Ci
Sheriff, of a number of houses and lota, upi
which tax executions had been issued. Leas
for five years or less on so much of this pi
perty as was not previously settled for, w
yesterday offered at public auction.
The sale was conducted at the steps of tl
City Hall, by the sheriff, Mr. Poter C. Guerr
in the presence of from fifty to ono hun dr?
spectators, which, considering the great i
clemency of the weather, was a very got
crowd. From a close physiognomical obaerv
tion of the attendance, we came to the concli
sion that about one-fifth, mostly blacks, wei
idle s pe ct at oi s, and the other four-fifths wei
equally divided between principals and eecont
in tho sad drama then and there acting befo:
our eves. The modus operandi was somewhi
as follows : Tho sheriff began the exorcises I
reading tho hst of defaulters, as advertised j
yesterday's NEWS. Ho next put up the piece
of property, one by one, as also the amount <
taxes due upon the same. These ranged froi
$17 to $660. The property was offered o
leases of from one to five years, for the pa]
ment of these taxes. There were very fe
bidders, most of the houses and lots onere
being bid in by the city.
A few, we learned, bid on property offeree
merely to secure themselves, having a lie
upon tho same.
These salos were for city taxes of 1866, an
only comprised about twenty or twenty-flv
pieces of property-s small number con s i dei
ing tho hard times and tho ooaxoity of monej
We recollect seeing an advertisement of th
city sheriff of New Orleans, last year, offerin
nearly ono thousand pieces of property unde
the hammer, for non-payment of taxes.
LANDLORDS AND TENANTS, AS AFFECTED B
GENERAL CANBY'S ORDER.-Thc Legislature c
South Carolina, in 1866, passed an act whereve
tenancies wcro at will, empowering any magia
ti ate to eject the tenant upon ten days notioe
unless it could be shown that the tenancy wa
either for years or under a written lease.
In these latter cases the old remedy was re
tained, which was upon the termination o
tho lease, or whore there was an express for
feiture for tho non-payment of rent, by th
verdict of magistrates and freeholders, upon i
General Canby, however, by a reoent order
has extonded the summary process of eject
ment provided for in the Act of 1866, to al
cases of tenancy, whether verbal or written, a
will, or for a term of years, whero the tenant
fails punctually to pay the rent.
The question yesterday was raised before
Judge Moses, whether General Canby's ordei
applied to cases arising before the order.
It will bo seen that Judge Moses, while hold?
ing that General Canby's order is not retro?
active, has, however, directed the ten days
notice to be given as of this day, and reserved
his decision until cause is then shown respon?
sive to this notice. The case ia as follows :
Some months since Magistrate Kanapaui
was solicited by Mrs. Frances Wilson to ejeel
from her promises Mr. Samuel Harris, undei
tho Act of I860, tor rent in arrear. Ten days
notice, under the act, was given by Mr. Kana
paux, but Mr. Harris denied his jurisdiction in
such cases, his tenancy being for a term, and
not at will, as contemplated by the-act, Mr,
Kanapaux deeming the causes shown insuffi?
cient, ordered the Sheriff to proceed. The
Sheriff was notified that if he acted ho would
havo to do so at his peril. Action in tho mattet
was thereby delayed, and in the meanwhile an
order was issued by General Canby, making the
act of 1866 applicable to all tenancies. On tine
the Sheriff was again about to proceed, whon a
suggestion in prohibition was filed in the Court
of Common Pleas, reciting the facts in the
oase, and praying that a writ of prohibition
should bo directed to tho Sheriff, commanding
him to delay all proceedings upon tho ground,
that tho oreler making the etatute generally ap?
plicable was not retroactive, and that ten days'
notice should bo given before proceedings oi
ejectment can be had.
After argument by Mr. Asher D. Cohen for
tho relator, and Messrs. Macbeth & Lowndes
contra, Judge Moses decided that tho ordor
was not retroactivo, and that the ten days' no?
tice should bo given as claimed, BO that relator
might show cause why he should not be eject?
REAL ESTATE IN COLUMBIA.-We take the fol?
lowing from thc Pheonix of yesterday. Con?
sidering tho times, wo think the below named
property brought fair pricee:
A number of v aluahle building lots were dis?
posed cf on Monday by the Commissioner in
Equity and sheriff, a portion of which were the
following: A lot 2U feet front and tunning back
263, corner of Maine-street and Courthouse
square, brought $4050, one-ninth cash. A lot
adjacent, sanio dimen.-iona. $2800. The ad?
joining lot, 26 feet 2 inches, by 208 feet, $2325.
A fourth lot, same dimensions, $2350. The lot
on which the residence of Dr. Gibbes formorlv
stood, fronting 70 feet on Plain-street and 130
on Sumter, $1300. The lot adjacent, contain?
ing a brick dwelling and Btablo, 130 feet front
and running back 130 feet, brought $3050. All
of tho above belonged to the estate of Dr. B.
W. Gibbes. A two-story brick office, belonging
to tho OBtate of John Bauskett, Esq., adjoining
Courthouse Bange, brought $3000. A lot ad?
jacent to the above, 70 feet front, by 130 deep,
$800. This was a cash sale, in addition to
which a dower of several hundred dollars was
to be paid by the purchaser.
THE THEATRE.-The inclement weather pre?
vented many from attending the theatre last
ni*ht; bnt notwithstanding this drawback, the
actors performed their parts admirably. The
Little Treasure was greeted with considerable
applause, and the characters of Gertrude,
Lady Florence and Mrs. Middleton were well
sustained by Misses Alice Vane, Jenny Clifford
and Isabel Vane. Several prominent histrionic
characters are engaged, and will perform du?
ring this week. The theatre is the onlyplace
of amusement now open to the city, and
should be patronized by every one, as the
managers have spared no pains to make the
performances acceptable to the public.
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FOB Quotations of BondB, Stocks, Coupons,
Bank Bills and Money, see every Friday morn?
ing, in this paper, by Andrew M. Moreland,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street. t
ALL WHO are in want of good substantial
boots and shoes, will find them at John Com?
mins' No. 181 Meeting-street, nearly opposite
the Market; they are offered at retail. w4
(Ooilpfl an?i /urnisljituj (Ms.
TO THE CITIZENST
BARGAINS li\ CLOTHIAG!
IN DRESS FROCKS??
IN SACKS "Se
Di TIES, <fec., &C-?
A CA KO.
NOW IS THE TIME, WITH A LITTLE MONET,
to ??cure the BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND FOB
Do not purchaso before you examine tho STOCK
MULLIR, WILLIAMS & PAUKER,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. 270 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OP THE
MADE AT THEIR WORKS IN THIS CITT.
Farmers will rind it to thou' interest to try lt.
PRICE 930 PER TUN.
W. C. DUKES & CO., Agents,
No. L SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
M APES' NTTROGENIZED
TERMS! $65 PER TON, CASH-TIME
?SALES CAN BB ARRANGED FOR.
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 158 EAST BAY.
PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT FROM AGENTS,
at .market rates.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, $76 ca?h ; $80 1st
November, with Interest, approved city acceptance.
BAUGH'8 PHOSPHATE OF LIME, $60cash; $65
1st November, with interest, approved city accep?
PHON1S GI 'ANO, $65 cash; $65 1st November,
with interest, approved city acceptance.
FLOUR OF BONE, unadulterated and unburnt.
FARMERS' PLASTER OR fl Vi's CM, warranted
In offering tho above Manures to Planters I do so
with every confidence, not only having testimonials
from Punters who have used them the past year but
tho further guarantee that every cargo, as lt arrives,
is analyzed by Prof. SHEPARD, ot tho South Caro?
lina College, and the high reputation ot these Ma?
nures luUy kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
January 1 wfm2mo
RODUNDA ISLAND GUANO.
A Parc, Unmixed, Natural Guano, aa
Fine as Flour (although not Ground),
Just In thc Condition In which lt ii
Imported from the Island.
THIS GUANO IS FROM A RECENTLY DIS
COVi-REl? deposit on Rodunda Island, in the
Carribcau Sea, Webt Indies, latitude 10 degrees 66
minutes north, longitude 02 degrees 23 minutes
It has been used for many years in the West India
Islands in the cultivation ol' Sugar Cane and cereals
with grout success; was introduced for the first time
to the tanners and planters of thu United States in
the spring of 1866. and lias met wLb unprecedented.
success, as the subjoined reports and testimonials tul?
The RODUNDA GUANO ia not a mineral phos?
phate, requirng thu action of tho Sulphuric Acid to
render lt soluble; its great power as u fertilizer is in
its cn tire solubility, without the sid of acid. It is
not a "manipulation" or Compound of t ish or Flesh
with Minorai Phosphates, the. regularity of which is
always uncertain and dependent upon, an'd controll?
ed by tho honesty ot the manufacturer. The RO?
DUNDA is a PURE NATURAL GUANO (that term
being understood tornean the excrement offish-eat?
ing birds), as the large por centago of organic mat?
ter sufficient'.y attests, and as found upon the Island
of Rodunda, in tho very state as imported and sold
Ihe regularity and uniformity of tho fineness and
condition of the various cargoes already imported by
us into the United States, tested by the analysis of
the most omincnt Chemists of this country and Eu
ropo, is sufficient proof of its origin and a guaran:ee
of our ability to mrnish this Guano of the quality
and purity represented.
The PRICE of the RODUNDA GUANO is not the
least unimportant in these days of agricultural com?
petition and pecuniary embarrassment
The very low price at which it can be sold places it
within the reach of every farmer, and avoids the risk
ot'large loss frequently incurred by failures of the
crops in the purchase, of high priced fertilizers.
In the preparation of lands for Wheat and other
cereals this Guano possesses properties that reeder
lt moro desirable for these crops than any yet oflerod
to the public.
Pamphlets containing the analysis and experi?
ments made bv the must prominent Chemists of this
country and in Europe, together with innumerable
certificates of its entire success 'irotn farmers and
planters, can be obtained at our Office, to which wo
Price $40 per lon, in bags or barrels, in Chai log
A liberal deduction made to dealers and purchas?
ers of large quantities.
WILLIS A. CRISOLM,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON. S. C.
??"WM. CRICHTON t SON, Bowly's Wharf, Bal
tlmore, General Agents for the United States.
January 1 w fm 2m os
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DABR & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER,
S. C. Subscription $4.00 per annum. To
Clubs of foni f 3.00 per annum.
Advertisements Inserted on liberal terms,
100 Casts Boot*, Sf.ou, Brogans, Balmoral,
Go iters, (J-c.
BIN. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT, the 6th In rt.. at 10 o'clock, In our Sales,
room. No. 143 Met ting-street we wm sell for
100 cases Assorted J Time BOOTS, 8?0E8, BRO?
GAN'S, Balmorals, Gutters, Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes, Josi received by steamer Moneta,
to which we invite the attention of boyera.
Three Mules, one Hi rse, one Bay Stallion, well
broken lo harness, one Top Buggy and Har?
ness, at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, at 10 J? O clock, at No. 33 Bro vi-street
Estate Sale-By Order of the Executor.
BY L S. E. BENNETT.
THIS DAT, the 6 th February, 1868,1 will sell, at
ll o'clock, st the Old Pcstofflce, corner of East
Bay and Broad stre tts,
The following PIECES OF VALUABLE PROPER?
TY, belonging to an ertale, and sold by order of the
lat. That high and Lry LOT OF LAND, located at
the northwest corner of East Bay and Minority
streets, measuring fo:ty (40) feet front by one hun?
dred and twenty (120) feet In depth, bs the same more
2d. That LOT OF 1 ,AND, with Tenement Building
thereon, located at i be northeast corner of Middle
and Minority streets, known aa Nos. 6 and 8. The
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,
more or leas.
3d. That LOT OF LAND, with buildings thereon,
located on t e eas: side of King-street, between
Broad and Tradd sb sets, and known as Na 68. The
House contains BIZ upright rooms, with attics, small
room, piazza, pantrj and private stairway. The out?
buildings are ampi?, inotading a large brick oven.
The front store is zn >w being used as a bakery. The
Lot measures thirty (80) feet front by two hundred
and forty-one (211) lest deep, be the same more or
I will soil at the same time and place,
PEW No. 80, nortu Aisle of St Philip's Church.
Conditions-One-?alf cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of the property, with interest semi-annual?
ly, payable in one and two years; buildings tobe
kept insured and pc Hey assigned. Purchasers to pay
me for all necessar1 papers and st-vmps.
The Pew will be i old for cash.
Thomas Pinckney, executor Elizabeth P. Pinck
ney vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A bill to
Account, to Marshal Assets and for Relief.
BY T. A. WHITNEY, .
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old Costimhouse, on TUESDAY, the 11th
day of February, 1868, at ll o'clock, A M.,
Au those two adjoining fine COTTON and RICE
PLANTATIONS, : mown as "Timothy" and "Towns?
end," tracts belonging to the estate of Mis Elizabeth
P. Pinckney, dec Based, situated on the Ashepoo
Elver, about two miles from the ferry, on the Saltks
hatchie road, Co Jeton Distict. These Plantations
offer rare inducements to capitalists who may wish
to engage ha the culture of Cotton or Bice, as they
comato 680 sereu of Cotton land std 186 acres of
Bice land, both excellent quality. The Bice lands,
owing to the fine icilitiee for drainage, are admira?
bly adapted to the cultivation or thia staple. On
these places are i DweWnghouse.Kitchen, very large
Barn, Co m house, fine Ms ble, and seven or eight
A Plat of the same can be seen at the office of T.
A. Whitney, No. J Franklin-street
Terme-One-tl ird cash ; balance on s credit of ono
and two years, at cured by bond and mortgage cf the
the premises. I urchaser to pay for papen.
January 18 O. E. 0. D.
W.Y. LE."LTCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of ai. Order of Sala to me directed, I will
offer for sale at Publie Auction, at tho Old Post
office, foot ol Broad-street Charleston. 8, O., on
TC i SD AT, tis 18th day of February, at ll o'clock,
That desirable three story DWELLING HOESt,
on the south s: de of Wa ter-street, opposite Church
street, contain ng nine square rooms, two garret
rooms, pantry, bathing room and Unen room; gas
and water pipet throughout the house. Lot seventy
three feet seven inches front by about one hundred
feet in depth.
Terms. -Om -third cash; and the balance on a
credit of one ind two years, to be secured by bonds
of the pureba? >r and mortgage of the premisas sold.
The buildings to be Insured and the policy assigned.
Purchaser to fay for papers and stamps.
The above property will be sold subject to Mrs.
Briggs' right t f dower. .
a HOU8P. A NZ> LOT, OD o baez beach of Sulli?
van's Island, commonly known as the Cottage, and
containing fo; ir upright and two shed rooms and a
Terms-Sat aa aa above.
ALSO, AT PSrVATX SAUS.
The MABl .BOROUGH HOTEL, at BennettsviUe,
For furthei ! particulars, apply to .
Assignee of David Briggs.
U.VDl.R DECREE IN EQUITY.
Roper vs. Allston.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersign?
ed, at the old Customhouse, on TO-MORROW, the
6th day of February, 1868, at ll A.M.,
All that PLANTATION situate in the Parish of
St James' Sintee, known ss "Doe Hall," containing
about 2000 ? cres, more or less, and bounding north
on the Pubic Road, east on lands of Smith A Col
burn, south on the water and marshes of Bull's Bay,
and west or landa of B. T. Morrison.
Terms ca ih. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
February 6 Master in Equity.
Under Foreclosure of Mortgage, Charles T.
Lowndts, Executor, vs. Estate of A. M.
By virture of an order of sale, tome directed in tbs
above case, I will offer for sale at Public Auction,
at the old Postoffice, foot of Broad-street, Charles?
ton, So. Ca., on TUESDAY, the Uth day of Feb?
ruary, at ll o'clock A.M.,
ThatTBACr OF LAND, known ss White Oas
Plantition, situated upon the North Santee River, in
the Pariah of 8t. James, Georgetown District con?
taining six hundred and thirty acres, more or less,
together with dwelling and outhouses situated there?
on and appertaining thereto.
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance in three equal
successive annual in- talmente, secured by bond of
purchaser, and a mor.gage upon the Plantation.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
LOUIS Mc LAIN,
Assignee of A. M. Manigault
January 20 m werai
Kentucky State Lottery.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
GUE AT SCHEME ON HAVANA PLAN.
To be drawn on Saturday, Febuary 16, 1868, under
the supervision of three sworn Commissioners.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,0001
78* iTires ! ?230,650 to be distributed I
Whole Tickets, $12; Halves, $6; Quarters, $3;
Drawn every day at Covington, Kentucky. Tickets
firm $:i to $10; shares in proportion. Prizes from
820 to ?36,000.
Supplementary Plan so popular in all the Northern
Buyers choose their own numbers.
Tickita from 26 cent* and upwards. _
Address orders to H. T. PETERS,
Managers' Agent Office,
No. 90 Hasel-street, Charleston, 8.0,
Jantary 13 Imo
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Matting streets.
Mr. HEUER ls a German Barber, baa been thor
ougl dy trained to his business, and is prepared ti
?erv ? his friends and the public generally in the aeva
ral 1 ranches of his art, viz:
S EU VING BLOODLETTING
SHAMPOOING SETTING LEECHS
HAIR DYING EXTRACTING TEETH
&c, tte, Ste.
J inuary ll
Unreserved .Sale of Drff Goods, at S tor s No.
229 Ktng-'strfet, in consequenct of the Pro?
prietor Discontinuing Butines?. '
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will sell at Store No.' 229 Ktog-street, at 10 cAdoei,
THIS DAY, 6th instant
THE ENTIRE STOCK, 'TTS :
CASSIMERES AND WOOLLENS
LINEN AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
HOSIERY AND GLOVES
NOTIONS, &a. .ka
j$3-The attention of City and Country Buyers ia
called to thia J sale, aa the stock is aL fresh and de?
Conditions cash._ February 6
Two Desirable Building Lots in Mount Pleas?
ant, on the front beach, next but one to the
north of the Steamboat Landing, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Kemi Estate Agents and Brokers, Ho. Jil
THIS DAY, the 6th of February, at U o'clock
IN I'RONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be sold,
Those TWO LO 1'3, situated as stove, measuring
60 feet each front, on the beach, hy 210 feet deep,
more or leas, and bavins in rear a thoroughfare 30
feet wida reserved for these and the adjacent lota.
Terms cash ; purchaser to pay 8. A Mc ti. for papera
and stamps. wihstuwS February 5
A Small Two-story Wooden .Tenement, togeth?
er with the Lots upon which it is situated,
known as Nos. 4 and 5 Ann-street, fourth
West of Elizabeth-street, at Auction.
BY SMITH & McGlXLlTEAY,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers,No. ?IT
Broad-atroet,.; .':!.:;-^ c>S
THIS DAY, the 6th of February, at Ll o'clock,
IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will ba sold,
The shove PROPERTY, the Los measuring to?
gether 60 feet 9 inches trout by 203 feet deep, more
Te:ms-Half cash; the balance lu one year, secur?
ed as usual. Purchaser to pay S. k McG. for papen
and stamps. February 6
Two Splendid half Acre Lots, in the Town of
Mount Pleasant, near the Steamboat Land?
ing, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGIXJUYBAY,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers, No. ST
THIS DAY, the 6th of Fcbruiry, at ll o'clock,
IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will bo sold
Tho above LOTS, one known aa No. 88, situated
on the east side of Main or Pitt-street; measuring
100 feet iront thereon, by 200 feet deep, more of leas;
opposite the residence of the late Cap bun A.
Lacoste, and nearly oppoaita tho celebrated
picnic resort, the "Old Oak Grove."
Together with the Lot known as No. 7, adjoining tbs
above in rear at the southeast co mer, containing 100
feet front on Commons-street, ty S?? feet deep:
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay 8. 4r MeG. te
papers and stamps. wthstuwii February 6
- . . yr. .'^.3 ?
A small Wooden Dwelling and Lot- fin the
north side of Newnan-street, next-to the
corner of Rutledge Avenue, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Bo. JW
THIS DAY, the 6th of February, at 12 o'cloek,
IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, win bo ?old,
without reserve, . _ - .rr;
THE AEOVE PROPERTY, Lot ?lil feet front, by 18T
feet deep more or lesa. Fruit trees and .a Ans wall
of water on tho premises.
Terms-Half cash, the balance in one year Nonrod
as usual. Property lo be Insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay fi A MoG.. tor papata
and siam pe._stuw_February 6
Boots, Shoes and Mats.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock* 1 will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
SEVENTY-FIVE OASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
CASES MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS, Wax and
Buff Balmorals and Brogans, 6 to ll, and 9 to 18;
Calf, Congress, Union Boots, tc. Ladlee' Lasting,
Congress, Eid and Morocco Balmorals, _ Women s
Kip and Buff Balmorals, S tn 7, and 6 to 9, and a
large - triety of Ladles', Miases' and Children's
Shoes, in cartoons. . i "il
AL80, i . T
25 dozen Men's and BoyV BATS. S '. I Ii
February 6 . ? *''.''
Bankrupt Sale, by order of the Assignee,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
On FRIDAY, February 7th, at 10 o'clock, in Store
No. 381 Rings' .-?et, we will sell, for cash,
. The Entire eteci. of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ko.,
Store Furniture and Fixtures.
Sold as Ute Assigned Estate of Adam'Zoller, in
Bankruptcy. January 29
gUrtiopertg' priootr SaljW.
Brick Residence in Water-streetr
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSS?BE.
At f rivate Sale
The BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, on south sida of
Water-street, containing nine upright rooms andona
dressing room, with piazzas to the south. On tba
premises are a cistern cont lining 10,000 gallons, and
a brisk kitchen. There In also an em rance on Zig?
zag Alley. Lot meaBurrs U0 3-12 feet frost line, lia
4-12 feet back Une, 94 leet 6 inches weat line, and 88
feet 7 inches on the east line. Apply as above at
January 31 frnw I, o. 23 BKOAD-STREET.
' Brick Storehouse ow Queen-street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
At Private Sale
The large TWO STORY BRICK STOREHOUSE on
the south side of Queen-street, between Meeting and
Church streets; can atora about 5000 bales of Hay,
and is well arranged for a Storehouse. Lot mesturas
- feet. Apply as above r.t
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
January 31 ftow
MAU BLE MANTELS, MONU
-VENTS, HEADSTONES, ?C.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hard at 8. KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-street, Now
York. Call and examine before buying elsewhere. ,
February 3 _ . '!' 8M0
/gSSSgl COLGATE & CO.'S
I b^flrN I TEE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all G:roccra. 3mo January 81
PAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
rpHE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
I are now manufacturing the beet, cheapest and
most dnrsble Paint ir. use; two coats, wt ll put on.
mixed with pureLinseod OU, will last 10 or IS years;
it is of a light brown or beautiful ohooolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, atone, drab,
ohve or cream, to sui: the taste of the consumar.
It ls valuable for Houses, Barna, Fenoes. Partage
and Car-makers, Pails und Wooueirware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Beats, Vessels and Ship's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Roofs (it being firs
and water proof), Floor Oil Cloths (one manurAotarer
having used 6coo bbls. the past year), and, as a
paint for any purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price SS per
bbL of 800 lbs., which will supply a farm ar for years
to come. Vi arran ted tn all cases ss above. Send for
a circular which g?rea full particulars. Nona pennine
unless branded in a truie mark Grafton Mineral Paint.
HOLMES k CALDER, Agents,
December 13 rxawSmo Meeting-street.
CHEAP FOB CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS Ji PT., PER DOZ?
EN, 54c.; 1 pt 66c.; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt 75a; 2 art.
81.22 ; 3 qrt. 81.38; -i qrt $1.96; 6 qrt $2.60; 10 qrt
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $6.75; 9 tn.
$7.25, per gross.
FUNNELS-Vials 60c.; Pints 80a; tjuerts $L96;
2 Quarts $2.00; 4 Cjuarts $3.00, per dozen.
WASH BASINS (Pressed, Plain and Japemed)
6mail $2.00; large $3.50, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-small $3.00; lares $4.00,
per dozen. At e
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
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