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STBEET BBOS. & Co. sell at auction this day
one hundred and fifty bales Eastern hay.
THE NEW YOEE MAILS of Monday and Tues?
day, and the Baltimore mails of Tuesday and
Wednesday, were received yesterday. There
are now over due, the New York mail of Wed?
nesday and the Baltimore mail of Thursday.
BURNT TO DEATH.-We learn that on Thurs?
day last a negro child, name unknown, was
burnt to death at Mount Pleasant. The mother
tad gone out lor a abort time and left th?
child alone in the house; during her absence
the child must have played with the fire,
which communicated to her clothing, and, be?
fore assistance arrived, she was burnt to death.
UNFORBTDDEN Faun.-A large consignment
of fruit arrived yesterday by the schooler
Azeldi & Laura, from Baracoa, and Bart &
Winn, the famed fruiterers of Market-street,
favored us with a specimen of the cargo in the
shape of a grand bunch of incomparable ba?
nanas. This unforbidden fruit is tho finest we
have seen this season, each banana being as
large as a piece of chalk, and os rosy as a .nay
RAILROAD ISON.-The bark Nordbosn, just
at thia port from Cardiff, brings a cargo ot
railroad iron to the consignment of the South
Carolina Railroad Company. We are pleased
to state this, as it gives an assurance that the
present excellent condition of the track is to
be fully kopt up; and the public may conse?
quently rely on having a comfortable and easy
passage whenever they patronize the South
RAILROAD Accn>E>*T.-Wo have again to
chronicle an accident on tho Wilmington and
Weldon Railroad, more serious in its results
than the one we reported yesterday. On
Wednesday evening about 7 o'clock, says tho
Wilmington Star of the 7th, the down Express
train due here at 2.20 A. M. yesterday morn?
ing, was thrown from the track at Rugglea'
Turnout, between Enfield and Halifax, the
switch having been changed and locked on the
wrong track. The engine Gov. Elba and five
oars ran off, the latter being badly broken up.
Mr. John Nieymer, the engineer, and a colored
fireman, were slightly injured. It was impos?
sible to clear the wreck away in time to allow
the trains to pass yesterday and last night
and there were, consequently, no mails this
morning. A telegram from the Road Master,
received yesterday afternoon, reported the
engine and one car on the track, and stated
that by strenuous exertions, he hoped to clear
the way for the up train at five o'clock this
morning. If this ia done, the mails will proba?
bly arrive here between one and two P. M.
PROBABLE MURDER.-Information bas been
-Received by Coroner Whiting, of a dead body
that was found yesterday iu a ditch, in St. An?
drew's Parish, on the plantation of Mr. Wil
bam Ravened, about two and a half miles from
the city. It was ascertained that the deceased
and another white man had left the terry on
the morning of the G tb, and that only one was
seen to return to the city. Tho negro who
saw the IWJ go over the river, and one return,
was employed on the Ravenel place, and wont
over himself yesterday to look after some
mules. While there his attention was attract?
ed by some blood on the railroad track, and
following it np, he soon discovered the body,
concealed in a ditch, and recognized it as one
of the two who had crossed the day previous.
The occurrence was immediately reported to
bis employer, and by bim to Coroner Whiting,
who authorized the removal of the body to
the plantation. The inquest will be held this
day, and the coroner requests the attendance
of all parties who know of any missing person,
and also of those who suspeot any foul play.
COURT OF EQUITY-CBANGELLOB CARROLL
PRESIDING.-The case of Gatewood vs. Toomer
was continued. No further businesa being
THE COTTRT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COM?
MON PLEAS - HON. F. J. MOSES PRESLDINQ.-The
day waa consumed in the call of the civil dock?
ets. Monday was assigned for tho trial of Nel?
son Berwick, who was indicted in February
".ot for a burglary committed on the premises
of Mr.tfd-n Kenney, in King-street. Tuesday
bas been aprtow.ed as sentence day, pud for
the call of the contingent docket.
UNITED STATEB COUHT?-HON. (?E?Iir^.S.
BBYAN PBESTDINO.-In re Daniel Hall, of Gla?"
en'B Grove-In Bankruptcy-Creditor's peti?
tion for adjudication of Bankruptcy-James
H. Rion, Esq., solicitor for the creditors, aud
on bis motion the petitioner was permuted to
withdraw his petition on payment of costs.
Inre John H. Cathcart vs. Charles W. Pres?
cott-Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy.
James H. Rion, attorney for petitioner, Messrs.
Arthur, Melton k Melton for defendants.
Upon the demand in writing, filed by tho re?
spondent to said petition, that the fr.ct cf tho
commission of an act of bankruptcy may be
argued before a jury, it is ordered that said
issue be submitted to a jury at the April term.
In re T. S. Duncan, of Newberry-In Bank?
ruptcy-Petition for a full discharge. On mo?
tion of Garlington & Suber, solicitors pro pel,
that the creditors show cause on the 2Ct.ii
instant why the prayer of ti." petitioners
should not be granted and tho publication bo
In re Wilhams & Brown, and in re Charlea
W. Dennis-In Bankruptcy. Tho Judge ap?
proved of the appointment of Louis E. McLean
as assignee in the two cases.
THE BIGHT THIEF.-Officer Coate? ?il
ity detective force returned yesterday i
hi? New Orleans trip. He reported to <
Buchanan who put the prisoner Hanno
prison to await a trial by tho military,
transpired that Hannon was an accomplis
ro?ue and had succeeded in euchring o
persons beside the government, an additii
embezzlement of $2500 having beondiscovo
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE.-Messrs. Smitt
McGilhvray sold at auction yesterday two 1
known as Nos. 2 and 3 Ann-street, mcasui
fifty feet front by two hundred deep, v
small wooden building, for $810. Two 1
Known as Nos. 4 and 5 Ann-street, measui
fifty feet front by two hundred feot deep, v
small wooden tenement, for $810. A lot
Nownan-street, forty feet front by one hund
and thirty-seven feet deep, with a small wo
on building, for $510. Two lots in Mt. Pie
ant for $120, cash.
THE ST. LAWRENCE MORTUARYCHAPEL-J
corner-stone of this chapel will be laid to-n
row, at 3 P. M., it having been previously pc
poned on account of the weather. It rrill
known as the Chapel of Agatha, and will
located in the centre of the cemetery. 1
chapel will be built by Messrs. John H. De
reux & Brother, and will be in the shape ol
Gothic cross, seventy by fifty-six feet, a
eighteen feet wide. It will be constructed
brick, stono and iron, and will have a tower
one hundred feet in height. The ceremon
will be performed by Bishop P?rsico;
HEP AIRING SHIPS.-The admirable faciliti
which most large seaports now possess for t
repair of vessels of all classes is quite in cc
trast wi lb the moro inconvenient modes son:
times used. The ship "James A. Wright
which lately had the misfortune to stop i
the shoals of Charleston Bar, was got off ic
condition which required considerable repaii
To perform the work with the greatest facili
it would be necessary to have a dry dock, bi
unfortunately, the one left us by the war is ti
small to accommodate so large a ship as tl
"Wright." It will be, therefore, required]
resort to the old plan of heaving down, ani v
are pleased to Bay that some of our mechanic
have agreed to undertake the work, and th;
dus flue ship will soon be placed in order fi
the reception of freight.
CLOTHES THIEVES AND HAT LIFTERS.- Tl
defectivo force have recently been keeping
vigilant watch upon all suspicious charaoten
ar d they have succeeded in catching quite
number of the hall thieves. On the 6th inst
Colonel Plein, who resides in Aiken's Bo?
missed a chest of clothing, and lodged the ir
formation with the detectives. These officer
wore soon in attendance, and the facts oem
slated, they traced tho thieves and recovered
large portion of the property.
During tho same day, Mr. Wm. Johnston'
house, in Wentworth-street, was entered b,
some one and robbed of an overcoat. Forton
atoly tho servants witnessed the transaction
and tho amateur thief has found the length o
his tether and discusses tue situation througl
the bars of a cell.
MRS. YELVEBTON'S readings last night wat
well attended-the hall being full, without be
inc; crowded. Among those present we not?e
His Honor the Mayor, Dr. W. Gilmore Simms
a goodly representation of the military, as wei
a large number of private civilians. Of Mrs
Yoiverton's readiugs it is needless to speak
after all that has been said on the subject
"Annabel Leo" wo liked best last night. Wt
do not recollect ever to have heard a poem re*t
w.th more soul-tho reader moro entirely ir
accord with tho poet, than was the case here.
"Tho Attack on Bomo," by Byron, wa? alsc
much admired. Mrs. Yelverton's greatest
charm undoubtedly is in the groat compass and
thc rich and clear modulation of her voice,
every noto of which is sweetest music.
We hope Mrs. Y., enoouraged by her success
last night, will consent to favor us soon with
another evening's reading.
Aro TO PLANTERS.-Tho following informa?
tion will be of use to planters who intend ap?
plying for government aid :
L Applications must be made in writing,
setting forth the fact, that their plantation is
IL State thc number of adults and children
upon the place for whom the provision is
UL State number of acres intended to be
planted in corn, colton, ic.
TV. Applicants i t not able to continue their
planting without ai ?sis tance, must so state hero
and have the samo corroborated by the officer
or the Bureau Bofugees, Freedmen and Aban?
doned Lands in thou* Districts or by two wit?
nesses, known at these headquarters.
V. State distinctly name of plantation and its
VI. Animals will not be fed by the govern?
THE ANTEDILUVIAN BEDONOE HORE.-Profes?
sor Holmes, a few days ago, did us tho hon?
or of showing us a few of the treasures
recently exhumed from thc great post-plei
ocene storehouse, which furnishes fossils
and potsherds for tho theorizer, and super?
phosphates for the practical man. The
two philosophies here go hand in hand.
Wo have frequently spoken of the " Ashley
bed," both ia connection with the great geo?
logical and paloontological discoveries of Pro?
fessor Hohne-:, aud more reoently, aa the placo
of a deposit cf a gteat fertilizer, which is des?
tined to revolutionize the agricultural industry
of the State. Last week, one of tbe gentlemen
connected with the South carolina Mining and
?anu tac turing Company, digging near the Ash?
ley river, found several very interesting relics,
of ancient civilization : One of them a piece of
pottery, Bimilar to others previously disoovored;
and a brick, a real, genuine, square briok
"adobe," or unburned. The Professor is ot
the opinion that this brick is composed of the
marl lound in the same looality, at some depth
below the surface of the giound.
Along with these relics were also found a
horse's tooth, and part of an elephant's tooth,
both in excellent preservation, and unmistaka?
ble in character. There are few localities on
the face bf the globe, probably, more interest?
ing to the geologist, or student of antiquity,
than this same Ashley bed, the romains,
doubtless, of a vast watery tomb of the, dwell?
ers in cities, and of che beasts ol the forest.
HOTEL ARRIVALS_Charleston Hotel.-^-E. C.
Hodley, ?. S. A.; B. B. Gary, Georgia ; James
Chester, TJ. S. A.; J. J. Fleming, Sumter ; J. E.
Bradley, South Carolina ; F. A. Sollet, Cuba ;
Z. 3-BacoD, Savaunah ; A. B. Sharp, Atlanta ;
T. G. Buir and W. A. Wright, Wilmington ; M.
P. Thompson, New Yolk ; J. K. Walker, New
York ; M. B. Shock and lady, Memphis ; Miss
E. H. Shock and Harry W. Shock, Memphis ;
C. G. Jordan, New York.
Mitts House-Jilin B. Johnston, Port Boyal;
H. Waterman, New York; John Letchworth,
Mrs. Dr. Wheeler and son, Chili; Mrs. Dr. Far?
rar, Hartford; Thomas?.?. Allen, wife and two
children, Jacksonville; Samuel P. Pedriclc and
Mis3 Melony, Philadelphia; J. J. Bailey, New?
port; W. E. Bailey, Miss C. Buchor, J. P. New
kirk, Now York; P. Kaan, Boston: N. E. Per?
kins, Ne* Jersey; T. Connor, Dan. W. Stock?
ham. Philadelphia- J. Fred. Schulte, Charles?
Pavilion HotO.-M. Schaffer, Wadmalaw; C.
D. Woodruff, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. E. Jackson,
Columbia; T. D. Weeks, Clarendon; E. G.
Glover, U. S. A.; S. A. Fisher, Massachusetts;
N, Freeman, Washington; C. Soyar, Williams
buip; W. H. Ilopkms, N. C.; J. L. Savage,
Florida; M. C. Hall, N. E. B. B.: W. A. Ham?
mond, Virginia; J. B. Barnes, Porcher'a, N.
E. B. B.
THE THEATBE.-A moonlight night and a
charming play were attractions that could not
be resisted, and the Templotons were greeted
with a full house. Tho flooriug had been
securely arranged by Messrs. yawner & Fergu?
son, and aloped gradually from the door to
within a few foot of tho star-o. Tho Managers
have arranged tho auditorium in a different
manner, and the armed chairs and reserved
seats aro now held at one dollar, and the back
8ea ;s at seVenty-fi\ o cents. Thc play selected
for the evening was tho old favorite, "Camille,"
and the actora were greeted with rouuds of ap?
plause which made the flooring echo to the
stamping feet. Alice and Isabel Vano appear?
ed in the characters of "Camille" and "Mi
ohette," while the remaining members of the
troupe supported the different characters of j
the play. The performance concluded with
the laughable farce entitled "A Kiss in the
Dark." New pieces will be performed each
night, and tho Managers design increasing the
fort eof their company at an early day. Thoy are
endeavoring to please tho public, and the flat?
tering audience of last night is a proof that
their labors are appreciated.
Il' you want chea-, Blank Bookf,;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopos,
faper, &c; or, MILLER'S Almanac; 1
li you want Printing executed neatly;
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count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern of ruling, go to HIBAM HABBIS, NO.' 59
CALL ONBABT & WIBTH after readiDg their
advertisement. Banauas, grapes, ginger, co
coaauta, all the tropical fruits. Do not forget
Not. 55, 57 and 25 Market-street.
THE WEEKLY GAZETTE.-Contents : Prussia
anc. the Temporal Power; A Letter from Gari?
baldi; The Ecumenical Council; George Francis
Train in Ireland; A new Champion risen up
for the South and the Constitution; Over the
Bi ver (poetry); The Beggar Baby (poetry); The
Steam Man; The Bight to Bovolutionize; The
Rights of Naturalized Citizens; Goneral Grant
is ii Military Chieftain; Irish Giants; Tho Na
tiona! Democratic Majority; Fenianism and
Qaribaldianiem Compared; Statistics of Emi?
gration to the United States in the year 18G7;
Correspondence; Latest Foreign Intelligence;
Newe Summary, etc., etc. Single Copies, Five
3er.ts; for sale at all News-stands. Office of
Publication, No. 807 King-street.
(iUntiling ano /urnisljino, ((00011s.
TO THE CITIZENS
CH AK LESION.
DARGANS 1 CLOTfllG!
??.BARGAINS IN DRSSS FROCKS"??
?7-BABGA1NS IN (SACKS"??
?TBABGAINS IN PANTS"??
.^-BARGAINS IN VESTS"??
?.BARGAINS IN UNDER-**"?**
?.BAUGAIN8 IN SHIRTS"??
AS .BARGAINS IN DRAWERS"??
?.BARGAINS IN HOSIERY"??
?.BARGAINS IN GLOVES"??
?.BARGAINS IN TIES, &c" &c."??
A t Viii).
NOW IS THE TIME. WITH A LITTLE MONEY,
:o 8?curothc BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND FUII
S'liHLSG GO Da.
Lo not purchase before you examine tho STOCK
' MiCDLLAR, WJLLUMS d PARKER,
)KE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. ? 7 O KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON', S. C.
PROLIFIC COTTON SE. I).
Sj f\r\ BUSHELS OF THE ABOVE SEED FOR
DUv/ SALE, at $2 per bushel, by
J. N. ROBSON,
NOH, 1 and 2 Atlan ic Wharf.
I append the fellowing extract from a letter recel v
d irom W. G. Moori, E*q., as to its vaiuo : ..Thin
teed will produce, on good Und, or land manured
vita Soluble Pacific or Peruvian Guano, 1600 pounds
it Soed Cotton to the aero. It brougut 67 cents pir
K>iind last season In Now York."
Hie Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OF THE
MADE AT THEIR WORKS IN THIS CITY.
liarmers will find it to their iulerest to try it.
PRICE S?o PER TUN.
W. C. DUKES & ( O., Asciits,
No. 1. SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
January 31 _
IPER-PHOSPIIATE OF LIM.
r Elie.MS i 065 PER TON, CASH-1IME
SALES CAN BE ARRANGED 1 OR.
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 158 EAST BAY.
THE STANDARD FERT1L.I2TEK.
RICHER IN AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID
THAN ANY OTHER FERTILIZER IN THE
Sold for Casia, or Approved City Accep?
READ THE FOLLOWING i
CUAHLESTOX, S. C., December 16,1SG7.
r7m. Gurney :
DEAS SIB : For the past yoar I have hud tho
triperintendence of a large Cotton plftiiliug interest
near the city. In the cultivation of tho lunn I have
used CROASDALE'S PHOSPHATES, and although
tie season was mi >st unfavorable to -i fair experiment
of this Fertilizer, I can with safety say that tho bene?
ficial effects on tho crops in the progresa ol its growth
v.as most manliest. My faith in its utility is BO
strong that I will recommend its uae tor thc ensuing
season. Very respectfully,
G. W. S. LEGARE!
HILTON HEAD, December 20,18G7.
DE AH Sin : 1 experimented with five different
hinds of Phosphates and Manures tho past season on
cotton land?, and am forcibly convinced that
' CBOASDALE'.- i.Ul'ER-PHOSPHAi E" ls far su?
perior to any othoi of tho ferUlizera I havo tried, and
Lbink so lavorably of it that I intend giving it tho
rroterence the coming season.
Yours respectfully. F. E. WILDER,
superintendent I'. S. Colton Company.
For sale by WM. Gl'KMi.v,
No. lOi East Bay,
Ajent for Sta'o of South Carol no.
oan 28 30, Feb 1 4 ? 8 ll 13 15 18 20 22 25 27 20, M'ch
3 6 7 10 12 14 17 :.9 21 24 26 28 Ul, Apr'l 2 4
THE BENN1CTTSVILL12 JOU ?NAL.
rs, P?BL1SHEE EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
L at Beunertsviile, S. C., in thc eastern portion
of the State, by STUBBS & LITTLE, Proprietors,
?.nd oder superior inducements to Merchants nud
i.ll others who with to cxicnd their business iii this
tioolion ol' tho Pee Deo country. Wc respectiully
solicit the patron ise ot our Churlestou friends.
Terms-S3 per ai.num, invariably in advance. Ad?
vertisements Inseited tit very reononublo rates.
tlottff? tn 3auknij)tri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOE THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE M ATIER OF
GEORGE F. VON KOLNITZ, BANE UP T-BT
WHOM A PE IIIION F.'R ADJUDICATION OF
BANKRUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 29m DAY OF
JANUARY, ?. D. ises. IN SAID COIIRT-IN BANK
RUP l CY_Thia ia to give notice, that on the thirti?
eth day of January, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued against tho Estate of GEORGE F.
VON. K?LNrrZ, of Charleston District, and State of |
South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own petition; that tho payment of any del'ta
and delivery of any proporty belonging to said Bank?
rupt, to him or for his use, and tho transfer of any
property by him aro forbidden by law; that a meet?
ing ot the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove
their dc Dts, and to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will behold at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden ot No. 69 Broad-street Charleston, 8. C.,
rrloroR. B. CARPENTER. Register, on the twenty,
fourth day tl February, A. D. 1868, nt 12 o'clock M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Maishal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES'-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF CHRIS?
TOPHER GAILLARD, BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE 23o DAjfOK TAN?ARY,
A. D.1868, IN SAID C URT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This it? to giv.- notice that on the tl frit- th day of Jan?
uary, A. D. 1868, a Warrant m Bankruptcy was is?
sued ogains; the Eelafe of CHIlIsTOPHER GALL
LAUD, of st John's berkeley, uistriet of Berkeley,
and State of South Carolina, who has U#en adjudged
a Bankrupt on his own petition ; that the payment ot
anydottsand the de ivery of aoy property belong?
ing to said Bankrupt, to bim, or for his uso. nnd thc
transfer of any property b him ore forbidden by
law; that a meeting oi t..e creditors of the said Bank?
rupt, to prove tb' ir debts, BL d to choose one or more
Assignees of his Estate, will be held at a Court ot
Bonkruptcy, to bo holden at No. 59 Broad-stroet,
Charleston, S. C., before B. B. CARPENTER, Regis?
ter, on the twewh-fourth day of February, A. D. 186d,
St 3 o'clock P. M ' .'J.P. M. EPPING,
United ?taces~Uarshal.at Messenger:.".
? February 8 ' _ stnfS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUE
UNITED STA flss-FOR THE DI8TRIOT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-II. THE MA I 'TER CF L. w.
WILLIAMS BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A PETITION
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FTLt'D ON THE 29TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D.
1t>68. IN 8AID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This is
to give not'co that on tho thirteenth dip of January,
A. D. 18?8. a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against th.- Estate of L. W. WILLIAMS, of Aiken, in
tho District of farawell and s tr te of Souih Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Baolrupt on his own peti?
tion, that the payment of any deb s and delivery of j
any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or
ipr his usc, and tho ti ansfer or' any properly by bim
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors
of the said Ban rapt, to provo their debts and to
choose one or more Assignees of his E<tate, will be
held at a i ourt of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No.
09 Broad-street, Charleston. S. C., before B. B. CAR?
PENTER, Register, on tho twenty-fifth day of Febru?
ary, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock A. W.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Mar .-hal as Messenger.
February 8 _stut3
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH in
1 UNITE J STATES-FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CA ROL1NA- -IN THE MA I TER OF EDMUND
SCOTT A CO.. BANKRUPTS-BY WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ABJ?DIC A l ION OF BAN KR?PTCY WAS
FILED ONI HE 18TH DAY OF JANUARY, A.D.,
1868, IN SAID COUR 1'-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This
is to give notice, that on the th rtielh day of January,
A. D.. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against thc Estate ot EDMUND 8COTT and SOLO?
MON BENJAMIN, of Charleston, in tho District of
Charleston, and State of Sontu Carolina, who have
been adjudged Bankrupts, on their own Petition ;
that thc payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said Bankrupts, toihein or ?or
their use, and thc transfer of any proporty by them
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of tho creditors
of Ibo -aid Bankrupts, to prove their debts, and lo
ohooso one orTnore Assignees ot their Estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at No
59 Uroad-8treei, Charleston, 8. C., before*TL B. CAR
1 ENTER, Register, ou.the twe< ty-fourtfi d<yof Feb?
ruary, A. D., 186$ at 2 o'clock, P. M
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
February 8 etufS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IHK
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLIN,?-IN THE MATTER OF B. M. A
s. A. WlNsTOCK, BANKRUPT'S-BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOB ADJUDICA'10.N OF BANER UP 1 CY
WAS FILED ON 1 HE 2?TH DAY OF JANUARY,
A. D. 1S?8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to give notice tba. on the thiitictlt uav of I
Jan.ary, A D. I8C8, a Warrai.t lu liankrupicy WI,B
iBrUedagainstthcostateofB. M. A'S. A. SUNsTOCK.
of Charleston Distiict, and S ato of Sou'h i aiol.na,
wno have been adjudged Bankrupts, on thoir own
pctitiun; thai tho paj munt of any debts and delivery
of any proporty belong ng to said Donkmpts, lo th m
or for tuen- usc, and tho t ansfer of any prop, ny by
them aie f rbiddc.i bv law; that a moo ii g of tho
Crediton of ihe said Bankrupts, to provo t .eir debt-,
ai.d io choose one or more Asbi-neea of their estate;
wal bc- hold ut a Court ol' Bauk.uptcy. to be bomen ai
No. 59 Broad-streot, Clianesioa, S. C., before R. B.
. ARPENTER, Roaster, en tho twenty-fourth day of I
February, A. D. 1868, at ll o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
February 8 smw3
Pings, Cbrutirals, Cir.
' GREAT mfifiiuf?T?V?"
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OB A! E
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WB ETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF BECENT
PlIUM ELIXIR ?il
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF Fi:R
its wonderful restorative aud curativo quoliuo*.
Under its stimulative influence, and by its pen?
etral ive agency, this health invigoiatiug cordial ex?
cites a general beneficial reaction, and disperses the
impermeable obstructions which prevent access to
other remedies. Whilo gradually reduciug thc ac?
companying constriction which attends the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and elasUc vigor
ol tho rc: piratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes the healing process by which
reliel and curu is ctfected.
Hemorrhages ore arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disordor.
As neither narcotic nor emetlo proparties of any
kind are employed in this Prduionic Compound, and
the most arduous attention given to the quality
and medical value of each component article which
constitute it, it ts confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its solely and reliability, without
restriction m generous, wholesome diet, or appre
bon-ioQ of renewed oold trow ita effects.
For sale wholesale aud retail by tho Proprietress,
5Lrs. CECILLA RODRIGUES, northwest corner of
MEETING AND SOCIKT?-8TBEETS, and ot tho
PRIOR SINGLE BOTTLE $1.26.
November 12 iyr
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PF'ROY KD AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by I tie FRENCH Mi DIC AL FACULl Y OB tho only
sale and inuli : ttm.iotu against infection from
special Diseases. This iuvaiuai ie i tf\oration is
suited tor either BOX, and hue proved, tram ampie
experience, ?he most efficient and rciiablo Prov u
tivc ever discovered, thus effecting a desideratum
long sought for in Ol? Medical World, ll used ac?
cording to directions every possibility of danger
may bc avoided ; a singlo application will radically
neutralizo the venereal vitus, expel all impurities
fruin ?t? absorbent vessels, and render coutaniiun- .
tion Impossible. Be wise in time, and at a very email
outlay, sava hours ol nulo! J b .Ji!y and mental tor?
This most reliable specific, so univorssily adopt?
ed in tho Oi.1 World. i* now offered for sale l'or the
Qrst time in Atuci-ca by F. A. DOPOBT i CO.,
oulv authorize) taunts for the United States.
Price s.'! per bottle. Lamo boiUe, doable ria?, i?.
Thc Ui'Ual liisecunt to thc trade. Sent. ?c
eural} [Nicked, on rec eipt of price, to any address,
with directions und pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. D UPO BI A CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ri-ord's P. L.,
May? lyr Kn. 12 Oold Slraet. New York
A Cough, a Cold, cr a Sore Thraot.
Requires immediate attention, and should be checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of tue Langs, a Permanent
Throat'Oisca-c, or Consumption,
is oiton the result.
BROWN'S BMCII.IL TROCHES
Having a direct influence to the parts, give Imme?
diate reliel. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca?
tarrh, Consumptive aud Throat Diseases,
Troches aro used with always good success.
Singer* und i'ubllo Speakers uee them
to clear ami strengthen the voice.
Obtain only "Bnows's BRONCHIAL Tnocaxs," and
do not tuke any of the Worthlese Imitations that ma>
be ctiered. For salo hy
i/OWIE ?li MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Botel.
October 28 mwflmo
NO. 1 LHIL'L?U I.ICEVSKS.
APPLICATIONS FOK NO. 1 LIQCOB LICENSES
must be filed in this office by tho 18th in
sunt W. II. SMITH,
January 8 ? dork ol Council.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER, >
CHABLESTON, 8. C., 3d January, 18C8. J
HOLD R.S OF COUTONS OF THE FIRE LOAN
BONDS of tho City ol Charleston, aro noti?
ced that thoeorduoron tho 1st instant wiH be paid cn
presentation at th? First National Bank in this city.
a. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
NOTICIO- TO PEDLARS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, ?
JANUABY 18. 1868: I
ALL ANNUAL LICENSES FOR PEDDLING IN
the streets and thoronghlares of Charleston ex?
pired on SlEt day of December last. Applications
lor renewals must be made immediately.
W. H. SMITH.
January 20 Clerk of conned.
TO nrODXATE Jill- DDJIDOING OP DOCKS.
Whereat, The best interests ot tho city, as well as
the convenience "Of the shipping visiting tho port,
demand that the dbannel of Cooper River be kept
open with G nih ci ?it depth of water for ail com?
mercial purposes, ?nd free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, .That In future all mud removed
from any ot tho city docks by dredge machines, or
otherwise, shall be removed one hundred and Airy
fathoms from the end.of the dock.
The Harbor Master, shall ho furnished with a copy
ot this Ordinance, wnn'h he is required stricUy to en?
force; and to report for prosecution all violations of
thc same; which shall subject thc parry so offend?
ing to a tine not exceeding one hundred dol?ais tor
e-tch and cv er j offence;
Ratified in City i iinaaW lliln eighth day of October,
ID the year ot. our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-a^ren.
rU&J; - P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
October 18 tr ^HrSMrrn, Clerk or Council
TO PROVIDE FOB THE - LIQUIDATION OF THE ry THE?
ES! ON THE DEBT OF THE CITY, WHICH ACCBUED
ON THU THIRTIETH DAT OF BEPTEXtBEB LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY 1HE MAYOR AND
ALDERMEN in City Council assembled, That
tor tbe purpose of liquidating the interest on tb?
public dont ot thc city, which accrued on tho tnir.i
oth day ol September last, six per cent, stock, obli?
gatory ou tho corp .ration ot thc City of Charleston,
shall bu issued under lite direction of the Mayor, U.
tho persons holding slocks or six per cent tonds ot
the city, and ent.tlcd- to receive tho interest ac?
orneo thereon at the time abovo stated, the said
stock to bear inlerost alter the rat? of six per cent
per annum, payablo quarterly, redeemaole in thirty
years trom date: Provided, That no part of said
stock BU ul be issued for any sum less tuan twenty
dollars, or tor any iraeuoual .part of a dollar: Pro
aided, also, thai ail suma for leva Utan twenty dol?
lars . and f.T fractional parts of a dollar, shah be
paid in city buls.
SEC 2. That thc fe rm' of certificate, and mode
ot transfer of said ?tock shall be subject to the same
regulations as now exibt m ?elation to other city six
per cent stocks of tbeaajtar.
attificd in City CouucU^tua twenty-second day of j
October, in the year pf our Lord one thousana
eight hundred und sixty-seven.
IL.S.] P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
W. H. SiQTH, Clerk of Council October 25
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
, JANOAJIT 7, 18L'>8. I
ALL' "APPLICATIONS FOB TAVERN LICENSES
must be filed in Ulis Office by the 13th instant.
Molle will be received after that time, . ul y in cases
where persona are about entering Into the busi esa.
i hu lol.owing paragraph* under the head of Bar
Rooms, General Orders, No. loa, issued by command
ol Brevet Major-General Edward lt. S. Can) v, la
published. W H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
"I.' The municipal authorities granting the license
shall be answerable that the parties to whom such
licensee are .rauted, together with their sureties,
shad bo responsible persons, and of good moral
standing in the community; and that both prircipal
anirtnhrties shall be able to qualify individually m
douoie tho amount ol the bond required, and that
the bond, shall be a lien npvn tho personal pro?
perty of both principal and sureties, and upon prooi
of default, shall warra af the summary seizure ?nd
sale of to much ol the property of either or both as
may be necessary to Batist the lorfeituro or fine and
"2. Drunkenness or disorderly conduct on the
premises shall work the forfeiture of the Uocnse and
of the penally of the bond.
"3. Tue owner or keeper of any bar-room, saloou
or other placo at which intoxicating liquors are sold,
and ad ot uer persons intel tuted or connected there?
with, ahull be regarded as principals in any action
of damages growing out.taf any assault, riot, affray
or other disorder occurmiajan tho pre.uibcs or di?
rectly traceable thereto.
"4. All bar-rooms, saloons or other places at which
intoxicating liquors oro sold, shah be closed on the
day or days ot any general nr local election, and for
the twelve hours next precediug the opening and
i.oxt succeeding tho closing ct tho polis at such
election; and tuo sherm's ol couutiei and distric t),
and the chief of police oLcitie? and towns, shall
uavo power to direct tho closing ol bar-rooms and
othor places for Uro sard' ot intoxicating liquors
whenever it may bu necessary in their Judgment to
preservo order and quiet." _ January B
. PUBLIC NOTICE.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
January 3, 18G8. j
?PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HERESY GIVEN THAT
under ihe to.lowing Ordinance licenses have
been prepared lor den very from tnis .Bice.
U. 'lUOMAS, City Treasurer.
SEO. 1. Be it Ordained b t >e Mayor a.tl Alaermtn
in ivy Council atsemi.ed, That from and at tor the
first day o( January, lt ens as shall be taken oat for
ad caris, uraysund wagons.juucd for private und do
mostiopurposes, in the same manner, and ac ording
to the same provisions now ot fbi ce lu -elation to
carts, drays and wagons, let or d iven for hire, ex?
cept giving bonds. And e.ich stub oin, dray or
wagon, shall be provided with a badge containing
the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on too ontside of the shaft.
:-EC. 3jr*No per.oushuli betakou ty the Treasurer
as surety tor any bond under tho urdinan. o con?
cerning licenses lor curta, drays, wagen? and other
carnages, un.esa he or aho be afreetiolder.
Ssa ti. Tho ioilowing shall hereafter be tho rates
for 1;couses for public and private carts, drays,
wagons, Ac, including tbs horses or mules used
thereat, which shad be freo from other taxation.
PUBLIC 0AUT8, nUATs, ETC., OB THOUS EMPLOYED ZS
aNY BUSINESS WUATEVEB, FOB Hit Jj D1BECT OB IN
For every cort, dray or wagon, drawn by ono horse
or mule, ?2U.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two
CUJ? -t -1 r muirs, $30.
For every uack and carriage with I wo wheals, S20.
For every hark ti'id carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or ouinibtTs (except line omni
LUS nilli two horses, $01).
I-or every elage or omni bus (except hua omni?
bus) I:-awn by tour horses, WU. ..
t or every truck drawn by two or, mere horst: s or
For every express wagon dr?tm hy two or more
horses or mules, fcCO,
BREAD CAJI 5 ANO Pill VATE CAJITi, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread can or wagon, ?5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private
or u< uicstic purposes, aud not to be eraployod in
the trat sporting ol goods, wares, merchandise,
lumber, or ut y oii.cr commodity, for compensa?
tion, either direclij i r indirectly lor the samo, shah
pay for a license ibo huin of ii, exclusive ol the
nurse or mule.
RatiQod tu City Council, this lGth day of Jan
L. i-.l uary, in thc year of our Lord one thousand
C'ghi hundred* aud S'xtv-six.
Ri tub Mayor P. C. liAltt/ARD, Mayer,
\V. H. SMITH. Clerk ol Council.
TUB J'RI-AVb b K.LY NEWS,
PCliLISHED IN WINKSUORO' S. C., AFFORD.*
profitable medium for tho advertising pub
he o Charleston.
We respoeiiuliy solicit (hoir patronage for our
irt i Ll. \ hi DEPORTES A WILLIAMS.
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS PCULlbHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SUN
TER, S. C., by GILBERT A FLOWERS, Proprie?
tor , at EOUB DOLLARS per auuuia, mvarlably lu
advertisements insertad at usual ratos.
Every style ot 'ob InoHn:1 pxeuiiT! iu th* n--? -
eat'ii-"-nn^ (ft-fn'o-' ' ? ch. <gM?mt??t 60
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DAER 4 OSTEEN, proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER,
a. i. subscription UM per uanum. To
Clubs ol toui i a.O? uar annum.
Advcrf'Mmsnt* lus i .e ) on liberal '"ro s.
Ofl ?emt i.r ..
THE MARION STAR.
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO,
ia published at Marion, S. C., in the central
portion of the country, and offers a favorable
medium to Merchants, Druggists, Machinists, and
all classes who dosir? to extend their business In
tho Pee Dee country.
For the beneiit ot our advertising patrons, we
shall, ir, addition to om auljsci-iptio.i hst, winch ie
constantly increasing, pubin h and distribute,
gratuitously, copies cl the STAR, during the busi?
ness season thu Vail.
Rates oi Aovcrtieiug liberal.
W. J. Meli ERA LL,
NoVPtnWr 20 E HlPr ni'1 Prm-Mo'.
The East Florida Bonner,
OC A la A, MARION COUNTY, FLORIOA.
T. F. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DEBPUHL, Assistant Editor.
'?-HE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCU? A
? TION throughout the most populous and weal
thy portions of Florida.
Business men, desirous of introducios their busi?
ness through that cection, would do well to adver?
tise m tts columns.
suBscnrpnos, S3 A YEAB.
SPABNICK A CO., Agents, at Courier Office, Charles?
ton, South Carolina. September 27
AK OKDl>A>CE ?!
TO RAISES ?PPLTES FOB THE TEAR ONE
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY
EIGHT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SECTION 1. lie it ordained by the Mayor and Alder?
men tn City Council assembled, '/'bat a tax for the sums,
and In tbe manner hereinafter mentioned, shall be
raised and paid into the Treasury o? the City, or the
use and service thereof, that is to say: Two dollars on
every hundred dollars of '?he value of every house,
building, lot, wharf, or other landed estate, including
every building and improvement on lands under a
lease for a tenn of five or more years, from a reli?
gious, charitable, or literwy society, or under any
building lease, payable ia three periods, viz: March,
July and November.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all
sales of goods, wares, and merchandise on perse nal
account or on account of others, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the groat,
receipts of all street rallrotids, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all
grosB receipts of all Express companies, payable
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all
sales at auction, payable monthly.
Three dollars per monti on every coach or four
wheel carriage i drawn by two horse* or mules (ex?
cluait e of the horses or moles), i-ayable monthly.
Two dollars per month on every coach or four
wheel carriage drawn by one horse or mule (exclu?
sive of the hoi-se or mule), payable monthly.
One dollar and fifty cents per month on every two
wheel carriage, chair, sulkey, etc., (exclusive of the
horse or mule), payable monthly.
'three aollorson every hundred dollars of gross
income, and all gross prof ts derived from the pur?
suit of any faculty, profession, occupation or em?
ployment, or from the exercise of any office, whe?
ther ta tho profession of ti e law, the profits derived
from tho costs ot suits, counsel fees, or other sources
of professional Incomes, in :ome from'the practice oi
dentistry, e'c. payable monthly.
Fifty cents on every hm dred dollars of the value
of any bond, mortgage. Judgment, de>reo, or
other investment or security, of whatever character,
whether the said bone, etc., be located, -and
whether tho interests or dividends be paid here or
elsewhere, payable during month of March.
Two dollars on every dog kept within the city, pay
bale on or before the 29th day of June next.
Three dollars on every t.undred dollars of gross
receipts of all commercial agencies, payable monthly.
Three dollar.? on every hundred dollars of all com?
missions received by factors, commission merchants,
hankers, brok ?rs, dealers in foreign and domestic
exchange, vendue masters, or other persons vending
or buying gooes, wares, nuirchandize, produce, and
real and personal propert;- on commission, payable
T. reo dollar? on every hundred dollars of all gross
premiums received for or by any Insuranoe.Company
located m this city, wheller incorporated or not, or
hy ap?neles for Individuals or companies, whether
incorporated or not, payable monthly.
Three dolla, II on every t an dred dollars of gross re?
ceipts of all Gas Companion and other manufacturing
companies located in this city, pa>able monthly.
Une dollar ocr month ya every horse and mule
used or kept., within the city, excepting horses or
mules used in any Ucee sed carriage, cart, dray, or
other vehicle, payable monthly
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all retail
dealers in all ?rdeles wt a. soever, whose monthly
returns of s ties do not rieid a tax above the said
amount of two dollars and fl i ty cents.
Iwo dollars capitation tax on all males over twen?
ty-one years oi age, payable on or be for the Slat day
of March next;: provided tis amount of his tax does
not exceed two dollars per annum.
1 wo dollars and fifty cents per month on all Huck?
Two dollars und fifty cents per month on all Bar?
One doll tr on every hui dred dollar? of the gross
receipts of Hotel? and public Eating and Boarding
Houses, payable monthly.
One dollar on every hundred dollars of all receipts
of livery stable keepera, payable monthly.
Two douais on every huadred dollars of the gross
receipts of cotton presses, payable monthly.
Seventy-five cents on ev< ry hundred dollars of the
irross receipts of all pi in th g offices, newspapers and
publishing houses, payablo monthly.
Three dollars on every hucdred dollars of all goods
sold in the city by persona not residents, by sample
One dollar on every hun bsd dollars of sales of all
noraes and mulei brought to the city, payable
Twenty-five cents on erery hundred dollars of
ill sales of stocks, bonds, and otoer securities, pay.
One dollar on every hui dred dollars of the gross
receipt of Magnetic Telei raph Companies, payable
monthly. .,' ; ijtr*- -
Seventy-five cents on evi ry hundred dollars of the .
urosB receipt.-' of all tavern keepers and liquor deal
srs, payable monthly.
?-EC. 2. If any person or persons or corporations
aha 1 neglect or refuse to rmder to the City Assessor
i return for taxation, under this ordinance, on or
before the 31st day of March next, theo it shall be
tho duty of the City Assessor, with the Committee
an Assessments, to assess inch person or persons or
:orporatiuns such amounts as, in their Judgment,
md according to the test of their knowledge
und informa io-, they may deem just and pro?
per, which assessments shah be recorded In a
book and advertised lor tho space of twenty
days, within which t mc tho parties BO as?
eo.-ted ehall have tho privilege of correcting
tuc sumo, under oath, before the City Assessor. If he
or t"ey deem themselves over assessed. And all
persons offering so to reduce their assess men ts, shall
answer, on oat J, ah such inquiries tn relation to
their taxable income receipts cv* property-as the City
Assessor shall make. Anil.ali asse-sments so made
and not corrected, os aforesaid, by tho parties, inter?
ested, at the expiration of the .-.aid twenty days;-shall
be deemed as correct, sud no further appeal there
irom shall be allowed.
And each and every such defaulter shall pay
doublo tax on tho nmount ? so assessed or, in case of
correction, upon tho an ounts carree ed, as afore?
said, ano executions for tie same shall bo lssuea SB
in other casca, in case of default in payment
SEQ. 3. It is made the d ity of the City Aseesaor to
ca 1 the attention of all pc rsons liable for taxes to the
several items ot taxation herein specified, and to in?
stitute such inquiries a; will tend to procure a full
return thereof. And if any person shall neglect cr
refuse to include in his re torn any such item of tax?
ation, the City Assessor el aili assess him in respect
thereot, and the Treasure ! shall collect the some ia
a part of his tax.
SEC. i. ibo taxes asses, cd under this ordinance,
except such as are otherwise directed, shall bo paya?
ble in three equal parts ; ono part on or before the
last day of Varch next, si other part on or before the
last day of July next, and the third part on or before
the last day ot November next And in case of fail?
ure to pay any auch patt -within twenty days from
tho day fixed for the final payment thereof, execu?
tions i-h all issuo tor such part
SEC. 6. Any person or persons, or corporations,
fading to pay the taxes in the manner end at the ;
the time hereinbefore i rescriben, may be double
taxed at the option of Co oneil. And lt ahall be the
duty of tho City Trcasurir to forthwith issue exi*cu
tl- ns against the goods, (hart?is, and other property
of Bald persons or corporations, and lodge the said
ex?cutions with the City Sheriff, who shall immedi?
ately proceed for the coll -ebon of the samo, in the
manner provided by ord! nancee ior the onforoement
SEC. 0. TO the end that Council may have an
opportunity of dctermini ag whether or not it would
be expedient for Council to levy a tax or taxes upon
Ute whole real and p rso isl estate of which persons
hablo to be taxed within the city may bo possessed,
or, in other words, to tax every man upon wbat he
is really worth, it shall bi the duty of the City Asses?
sor, with the Committee on Assessments, to prepare
and lay before Council, in or before the first day of
July next a return of tt e worth or value of the real
and personal property o ' which any Inhabitant or
other person liable to ta ration maybe possessed, as
of the first day of Janua ry, 1808, making his assess?
ment lu each case, upon inquiry, and from the best
information he may bo Able to obtain.
SEO. 7. That ah ordinances and parts of ordinances
repugnant hereto be and tbe same are hereby re?
Ratified in City Coan eil this twenty-eighth day of
[L. s.[ January, in the ye ir of our Lord one thousand
ehjht hundred ano' a xty-c ght
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. February 4
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES, 1
JAITOAUT 17TH, 1868. J
THE PUBLIC ARE Bb QUESTED TO PLACE
upon their COPPER PUMPs soma private mark,
in order that they may be identified when stolen and
recovered by the City Detectives, as numbers of
copper pumps are roeot ered by the Detectives, but
none can be identified.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
lat Lieutenant and Chief ot City Detectives.
NOTICE! TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICi: CLERK OF COUNCIL, >
CHAJtLEBK x, November 26,1867. j
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER lost Those who failed to renew
at that time are not con lidcred as having a License,
and consequently are ns Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICi. CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
DECEMBEH 2,18G7. J
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW?
ING persona have expired. They are hereby
notified to apply at thi i Office immediately and re
new tho same : _...
PHILIP RILEY, War renaud St. Phlhp-streeu.
M. REYNOLDS, No. ? Bedon's Alley.
M ARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-street
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Waahington-Btreet.
JAME? WALLACE, 1?O.-96 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Commg-Btreet
MARV HAFFERTY, Columbus and Hanover-sts.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cannon-sts.
P. MANION, No. 67 litate-street
JOHN HENNY, No. <? Queen-street
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Whari-Btreet.
D. CONROY, No. 32 Ut. Philip-street
P. DORAN, No. 10 E-tcbange-street
P. PINKUSSOHN.No. 63 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 Clerk of Council.
rpHE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
WILLBEISSUEI BY SIX O'CLOCK EVER!
MORNING to subscribers iu any portion of the city,
at EIGHTEEN CEN! 3 A WI"EK, payable weekly.
Orders left at the Pori xlical Stores ol Mr. C. C. RU H
TER, Nos. 161 and 318 KING-STREET, or ot the
Office of the DAILY N SWS, No. 18 HAYNE-aTREET,
wUl receive prompt attention^ SILVER9TEIN>
Decomber 2 Ageut for City Delivery.
Damaged Eastern Day cU'A?etiorL
BY ST?METBfcOS. & C0.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 8th instant t? ll Celos*
A. M., alongside tho ship Ja?. A. Wright, at Van
derhbrst's wharf, " " ? ;: :::
160 bales EASTEhN HAY, mort or leas damaged hy '
Conditions ci eh on delivery. February 8
Bankrupt Stock Removed for Sale, by order of
McKAY & 'CAMPBELLS
Will sell at their Auction Salesroom, No 136 Meet?
ing-street, on MOS DAY, 10th Inst, at 1J o'cjock.
r-flE ENI IKE CONTENI > OF S TOBE No. 433 KXNG
8TEEET. > '
COSBTSl.'ES'O OF :
A general assortment of first-class M ?LL! NEE Y
30..-D8. .. ' .-? ,.' .
Terms cosh. ?
Immediately after the abor? -wa will sell,
THE CON 1 EN TS OF A BETAIL DRY GOOD9
Particulars morning of sale. February?
Thomas Pinckney, executor Elizabeth .P~ Prnck
ney vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A'bill to
Account, lo Marshal Assets and for Relief.
BY T. A, VRITiNEY,
VIII be sold under the direction of tho undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 11th
day ol February, 18?8, at ll o'clock, A. M., :
All those two adjoining fine (.01 TON and RIOE
?EAN'TAIIONS, known ts "Timothy" and "Towns
nd," tracts belonging to the estate of Mi e. Elizabeth
fi Pinckney deceased, situated ou tba Asaepoo
liver, about two miles Irom the ferry, on the Saitka
latchle road, Colleton Li 6tiiei.'" These Plantations'
rtfer rare inducements to capitalists who may wish
oeiiKBgo in the culrtire of Cotton >or Elie, a* tbsy
amain 63J a-rea ot Cotton land a'd 115 acres of
lice land, b th excellent quality. The Rica lands,
i whig to the rkie facilities ?or drainage ar? almira-, .
ily adapted to the cultivation ot.this r tapje. tn
heps places aro a Dwelhnghouse.K?tchen, very large
torn, co ruhr u o, floe Mai le, and seven "of sight
A Plat ot th? same can be seen at the office of T.
L Whitney, No. 7 Franklin-streot
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a ci edit of ons
nd two years, secured by bond and mortgage of toa
he premises. Purchaser to pay tor papers.
B. Bil KEW,
January 18 . C. E. 0. IX
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ASSIGN U_ S BAUS.
!? J. Knauffvs. The Charleston Rubber Corn
puny-Case in^ Attachment.'
rV. Y. LEITCH & K.M BRUNS,
ff obedience to the or-! er ot the Honorable the Court '
ot Common Pleas, I will offer for sale, at ll o'clock
on THURSDAY next, I3th inst, at Publl.: Auction,
at the Works, King-street Road, to the highest Ud?
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY : '
ino (1) ENGINE, sixty horse power
wo (2) New Bo len , j -j
ine (1) fifty-two (62) feet Heater and Carriage, and 99
Monlds for Vulcanising -
'ivo (6) Mixer? md Grinders
'wo (2) Sets or Cullenders
.ne (I) Larg* Key Vice
?wo (3) ?-ledges
Ven ty (20) Composition Boxes
"wo (2) 1 ables, sixty feet
?ne (Ii Tublr, lorry dire feet .
ine (1) Chain, one hundred and four (lOiLjSst . ,.
,ot Steam Piplnu aft ched to Maoulne '
nglne Lathe, in feet bed, 20 inch, Wirg Screw, .
Cutting G> ard complete with Co on tar Shaft
Terms-One-half eash; remainder in tour and sixlf
aonths, on note or notes of the purchaser, with Uro'
r more approved sureties. Pur. baser to -psy for
tampa D. B. OIL. LIL AND, Assignee.
February 7_- _ '? '
Assignees Sale. ,
rt\Y. LEITCH &R, S. BRUNST
ty virtue of an Order of Sale to me directed, I wm
offer for sale at Puulio Auction, at the Old Post-. '
office, foot of Broad-stieet Charleston, 8, C., on
TU. bDAV, the 18th day of Febiuarv, ai ll o'clock.
That desirable throe story DWELLING HODS ', :
n the south aide of Water-street, cppuaVe inarch-,
treet, containing nine square rooms, two garret ;
Doms, pantry, bathing room aud buen room; gas' ,
nd wu ter pl, os throughout tho house. Lot seventy
oree feet seven inches front, by about one h rm orel" '*
?et in depth.
Terms.-One-third cash ; and the balance on- a P
redit ot one and two years, to nsBecared by bond?. .
f the purchaser and mon gage of the premises sold.. '
'ho buildings tobo insured and the policy assigned. .
'urcuaatr to pay for pappin a.id stamps.
The above properly wiU be sold bubjeot to Mrs.
'riggs* right of do ? or.
A HOUSE AND LOT, on the back bea :h cf 3r_
ran'a Island, commonly Known as the cottage, and
?ntaining four upright and two shed tooms aaa a
Terms-Same as above. . ? ...
ALSO, AT PETVATE SALE. ?
The MARLBOROUGH HOTEL, atBonnsttsvlUs,
For further particulars, apply to
CHARLE9 INGLESBY, ' u
Assignee of David Briggs.
January 29 wsS
1AUULE MA.NT fr LS, MOINT
MENTS, HEADSTONES, ?Vc. ' 1 J
4 FINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS ,
f_ constantly on haul at s. KL A BEE'S Wara*./
oom, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-stree-, Nsw
'nrk. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3_ " '6mc
COLGATE & CU'S
' GER KAN '
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grocers. 3mo January 81
L?AD PENtiL mmi
Factory, Hudson City, N. J..;
WHOLESALE SALES ?001
MU. 'Jl JOHN S THE KT, S KW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GBADE3 OF LEAD
PENCliS ol suporior quality are manufac?
tured and jil eu d at fair terms to the Trade.
The public are invited to give the AMERI?
CAN LEAD PENCIL the preference.
THE PENCIL 15 ABE TO BE HAD AT ALL
TB h PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND
N i .ION DEALERS.
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAL PENCIL. "
6HEFFLELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
YALE COLLEOE, November lb, lb??, )
I have always recommended tho Faber Polygrads
Lead Pencils as the ouiy pencils fitted for boin or?
namental and mathematical drawing; but, afters
thorough trial oi the American Polygrade Load Pen?
cils, manufactured by the American Lead Pondi ,
Company, New York, 1 nud them superior to any
pencil in uao, even to ?he Faber or the old English
Cumberland Lead Pencil, being a superior pencil for
sketching, ornamental and m> elland ai drawing, sad .'
all tho ordinary uses of a laid pencil.
These pencils are very Un ely graded and. have a
very smooth lead; even the sottest pencils hold the
point well: 'ney are all that can be desired in apes*
ciL Itgivt me great pleasure to bs able to assure *
Americans i mt they will no longer bc comjxilled to
depend upon lermauy oi ?ny other lorelr". market
Professor or Prawmg, Ac.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAUPEO :
IO- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y"
None genuine without tic exact name of the,
firm ; look to it_December IS '
* THE IRISH CITIZEN."
NEW WEEK ?T? EWS TAPER.
Proprietor and Editor.JOHN MIIOHEl.
FIRST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY,
the 12th of Oct-/ocr, 1867.
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Office ot tho Irish Citizen,
Xo. 31 Barclay street, New York.
Sot tsmher 30 _
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