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THE DAILY NEWS
?-LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING TilE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE PGSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS AT EIGHTEEN,
CENTS A WEEK.
Our City Agent, Mr. J. Silverstein, will de?
liver THE DAILY NEWS in any part of tbe city
at tho rato of oighteen cents a week. Urdfio
lefj at tho periodical stores of Mr. C. C.
Righter, Nos. 161 and 33S King-street, or at this
office will roceivo prompt attention.
A UCTION SALES THIS DA Y.
MCKAY k CAMPBELL will sell thia day, at
their cash auction house, No. 136 Meeting
Btreet, at 10 o'clock, the bankrupt stock of a
dry goods store.
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY will sell this day, in
front of their office, No. 27 Broad-street, at ll
o'clock, a house and lot, horses, mules, furni?
N. HUNT & SON will sell this day, in their
salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
booT3, shoes, &c.
LOWNDES & GBTMBALL will sell this day, in
front of their office, No. 26 Broad-street, at ll
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHES will sell this day,
at No. 33 Broad-street, at IO1 o'-lock, horse's,
mules, furniture, ?tc.
NOTICE TO ODE AD\ EBTISEBS.-The Down?
town advertising bos of THE DAILY NEWS
will be found at the office of the City Railway
Company, northwest corner of Broad-street and
East Bay, The box will be emptied several
times even- afternoon and night, and adver?
tisements dropped into it up to ll o'clock
P. M., will appear in the morrow's NEWS as
surely as if handed in at our counting-room.
SINGLE COPIES of this morning's DAILY NEWS,
put up in wrappers ready for mading, may be
had at our counting-room; price five cents.
The DAILY NEWS will be mailed regularly, du?
ring the session of the State Convention, to
parties who may desire to have a full record of
the proceedings, for eighteen cents a week.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PRESIDING. -The
court was occupied in the consideration of civil
THE LADIES'MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION, grate?
fully acknowledge the receipt of a half ton of j
coal, from Mr. F. P. Seignous ; and also a load
of dry pine wood, from Mr. Lampe.
EQUITY COURT-CHANGELLOB CABBOLL PBE
siDiNQ.-The case of McKeegan vs. Mcsweeney
was taken up. Messrs. Mc Jrady and Magrath
for the complainant. Messrs. Phillips and
Campbell corara. The pleadings wore read
and the case opened by Mr. McCrady.
THE FORENSIC CLUB meets to-night in tho
Courthouse, at half-past 7, as a moot court.
The case to be argued is an action of trover
for the recovery of a horso. We loam that
there are several constitutional questious in
volved in the discussion, which wo presume \
will be warm. All who feel an interest in tho 11
argument of questions of law will bo present.
Tho meetings ar3 open to the public.
LIST OF UNKATLABLE LETTER? remaining in
city Postoffice of Charleston, detained for lack
of sufficient stamps, or other good cause :
H. J. Brabham, Bamberg, S. C.; A. Burg
man, Charleston, Penn.; D. Ballo-itine, Ridgo
ville, 8. C.; 8. Bowman, Pocotalicro, S. C.; 3.
ChaDhn, Walterboro', S. C.; T. H. Clarke, Cam?
den,'S. C.; W. A. Cantwell, Now York, N. Y.; C.
M. Dennean, Cartorsvillo, Ga.; David Drink?
water, Havana, Cuba; ttev. E. Ferguson, Aikon,
S. C.; John Gibson & Son, Philadelphia, Penn.;
Mrs. F. H. Glovor, Charlotte, N. C.; Isabel C.
Guerard, Bluff con, S. C.; Joseph Hammond,
Savannah. Ga.; J. B. LewLs, Belton, ?S. C.; Ste
?lien C. Milletto, Washington, D. C.; A. A.
liller, Aiken, S. C.; Chanco Mc Loyd, Gra?
ham's T. 0.; Domnick Patten, Wisconsin; C.
R. Poole, Augusta, Ga.; Annie P. Pellet, Rich?
mond, Va.; E. Robinson, Newberry, S. C.; E.
A. Sanchez, Matanza, Cubs, A. D. Shepard,
TNew York, N. Y.; W. H. ScbofMin, New York,
N. Y.; 8. ?.Stevens, Ashr.ille, N. C.; T. W.
Terrv, Baltimore, M. D.; J. Lawton Taylor,
Davall'a Bluff, Ark.; E. Wotsell, Sen., Walter?
boro*, S. C._
GEOGRAPHY AND RECONSTRUCTION.-An Irish
schoolmaster once translated the first sente..co
in Casar's commentaries to read, "AU Gaul is
quartered in three halves." li he had lived in
South Carolina he would have b jen puzzled to
describe the multitudinous sections into which
this State is divided. Tho last convention
abolished the parish system, and the present
body will probably transmogrify districts into
counties and make other changes. To a per?
son not acquainted with the history of the
State the numerous divisions and Bub-divisions
aro very puzzling. The military have their
beats, thc courts their separate circuits and
districts, and there are also four Congressional
and three Collection Districts, besides othor
minor divisions. The legal fraternity and
State officials arc necessarily acquainted with
these divisions, but tho public at largo would
find it difficult to describe any one section ac?
curately. Since the passage oi' tho Bankrupt
act many an unfortunate wight has become fa?
miliar with the jurisdiction of the several
registrars; and thanks to the multitudinous as?
pirants for political honors the Congressional
Districts are no longer lerra incognita. The
reconstruction convention seems imbued with
the idea that old things must paf^s away; and
mayhap the legislators in that body will in the
plentitude of their wisdom devise some plan to
make the various divisions correspond with
each other. _
> BILL OF MORTALITY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston for the week ending
February 15, 1868.
Fever, Bilious Remittent..
Lumrs, Congestion of..
Pericardium, Dopsy ot_
RI CAPITULATION :
Whites, 8; Blacks and Colored, li>-Total. SI
Under 1 year of age... 3j Between 50 ar.d 60 yrs. A
-itetr. land 5 yrs... 2 Between 60 and 70s rs. 0
Between Sand 10 yrs.. l|IJetween 70 and 80 yrs. 2
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2 Between 80 and 90 * rs. 0
Between 20 and SO yrs.. 1 Between 90andl00yts. 0
Between 30 and 40 j rs. 2 Over 100 years of age... 0
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 2_
^ Office of City Registrar. February 18, 1868.
GEORGE S. P?L/.ER, M. D.. City Registrar.
TUE THEATRE.- Tho Hibernian Theatre is evi?
dently the great centre of evening attraction.
For the first timo since the war our citizens
now have an opportunity of witnessing the per?
formance of the great Irish actors, Mr. and
Mid. Watkins. Last night was another tri?
umph for the company, as the hall was full.
While the Templotons offer such attractions,
tnere is no fem of slim houses, though the
audience regret the absence of their favorite,
Miss Alice Vane, and trust that she will soon
reappear behind the foot lights.
THE SHD? JAMES A. WHISHT.-The heaving
down of this ship waa successfully performed
yesterday, at the ship-yard of the Messrs.
Marsh, by the rigger, Mr. John Torrent, and
the Messrs. Marsh. The task wai most ad?
mirably executed, and the larboard sido of the
ship was exposed to the keel. To the gratifi?
cation of her commander, Captain Morse, and
the agent of the underwriters, who were pres?
ent, she was found to have received but slight
damage, tho keel being somewhat ground off |
near tho f>rc foot, and splintered off further
aft, while near the stern post and forward tho
oakum appeared to bo slightly Btarted, and the
repairs necossi ry to place her in order is so
limited in extent that thc ship is expected to
be ready for freight in a few days."
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Clifford &
Mathcwes sold yesterday a house and lot No. 7
Ashley-street for $1000. The house was of
wood, and had four square rooms, double
piazzas, a good kitchen, servants' apartments,
&c, on tho premises. The lot was thirty-three
feet front by one hundred and ten feet deep.
Terms, one-half cash; balance ia one and two
Messrs. Leitch & Bruns sold at tho same
limo a three-story wooden house, with a slate
roof, on a brick basement, situated on tho
north side of Vanderhcrst-street, two doors
from the market. The basement was formerly
used as a drug store, and the premises have
all necessary outbuildings. The lot measures
thirty-three feet front by one hundred feet
deep. Terms, $2G26-one-half cash; balance in
ono and two years. Also, a three-story house
on the south Bide of Water-street, opposite
Church-street, formerly the property of Mr.
David Briggs, and sold subjoct to Mrs. Briggs1
right of dowor. The house contains nine
square rooms, two attics, pantry, bathing
room, &c, with gas and water throughout the
buildings. Terms, $5610-one-third cash;
balance in one and two years. Also, a house
and lot on the back beach of Sullivan's Island,
commonly known as "Tho Pantry," and con?
taining four upright rooms, two shed rooms
and a pantry. Terms, $700-same conditions
NOTICES TN BANKRUPTCY.-Meetings of the
creditors of the under mentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will be held
it tho office of thc Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 59 Broad-street, on the days and
at the hours named :
Da'.f. I Hour.
10 A. M
2 1' M.
7 111 A.M
y r.1 M.
Cutter, W. B.
Kegler, Phihp H
Legett, Wm. L..
Winstock, B. M. A- S. A
Kolnitz, G. F. Von....
McLeod. H. L.
Din ki n s, John G.,
( Scott, Edmund & l
I Benjamin, Solm'n |
Wiliams, L. W.
Bellinger, Lucius S...
Zone, J. B.
Baker. B. It.
Easfcrlin, W. T.
Daniels, W. J.
Jungblutb, J. II.
WilUums, W. M.
Conner, Dan'l G.
Wilson, Benj. H.
Briggs, B. Rag in.
Rutjes, a. J.
Thompson, C. R.
Kinsman, Norman W..
Houser, Andrew J....
uennls. John Ii.
Waring, Th09. 8.
Way, Madison P.
Elzey, Rotiert M.
smith, J. P.
Bickley, John c.
Pack, Charles S.
* Wi: tachen, A. Louisa
Of what place.
IO ran coburg.
.AtthoUniiod State BC-.n-t.
UNITED STATES COUBT-HON. GEOBOE S
ir.vAN PBESEDING.-The grand and petit jurors
inswored to their names. Tho grand jury was
lischarged to Monday next, and the petit jury
Ex parle Henry Summer, of Newberry-Peti
.ion of voluntary bankruptcy. S. R. Chapman,
Esq., pro pet. The petition was read, and the
:ase referred to Henry Summer, Registrar of
Third Congressional District.
On motion of Jas. H. Rion, Esq., the Judge
iigned an order approving the appointment of
samuel B. Clancy rs assignee in the oases of
Leban C. Chappell, J. G. Robb and Matthew
Pettigrue, of Monticello, S. C., in bankruptcy.
Tho Judge designated tho Tri-Weekly News,
>f Winnsboro', as the paper in which to adver?
Ex parle Bradley T. Johnson. In re Wm. J.
Sanders, bankrupt. On motion of Messrs.
HcCrady & Son, attorneys of Bradley T. John
sou, it was ordered that tho Marshal, having
evied on tho proporty of tho said bankrupt,
jhow cause ra Thursday why tho prooeods
ipon th e execution are hold.
In re Isaac Klein, a bankrupt-lu bankrupt?
cy- Petition for salo of personal property. On
notion of Brewster & Spratt, attorneys in this
jase, it waa ordered that the assignee, Lucas
Simons, do sell the goods of Klein, excoptiag
the goods in the store at Florence, and hold
the proceeds subject to fluther order; also
that tho poods in the store at Florence be
brought to Chaile8toii by tho Marshal and be
jeld subject to the further ordor of tho court.
The case ot Rittenhouse, Fant & Co. was
continued. Mr. Wilkinson being heard contra.
A NEW ABT.-DecalcomaDio is one of those
ivords that few understand, ind as the science
is of recent invention, it requires some ex?
planation. This almost unpronouuceable word
leacribes the art of ornamenting china, glass,
}aithonware and woodonware of whatever
dnd, such as jewel and other fancy boxes,
ivory and paper macho goods, japanned tin?
ware, bindings of books, cigar coses, fans,
leather work of every description; in short,
avery possible article considered worth wliilo
to bo ornamented and beautified, and thus in?
creased in value by this new process. It is
simple to perform, durable and very effective.
Tho designs aro printed in colors upon pa?
per so prepared that after they are ce?
mented to tho surface of thc article intended
to bc decorated, by simply dampening the
back of tho paper, it may bc at once and en?
tirely removed and thc finished v. ork exactly
resembles painting; nothing but thc colored
design remaining upon tho work. Tho method
is simple and can bo practiced by anybody, ex?
hibiting the taste of thc person and producing
tho effect of a real painting. Mr. Von Samten
hus obtained a number of tho implimcnts and
utensils necessary to produce this astonishing
transformation, and has several samples on ex?
hibition, which will convice tho incredulous of
thc efficiency of the procoss. It is one o? the
ni'ist entertaining amusements that has ever
bi-en invented, and those who make tho small
uutlav itcceesary will be moro than recom?
pensed by the interest that is taken in thc pro?
cess and the gratifying result that is produced.
Mr. Vo i Santen is tho only agent for the D??
calcomanie in this city and has but a limited
supply of the new wonder.
EXTRA MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.-Pres
His Honor the Mayor, Aldermen Ravel
Wragg, Gerdts, Small, O'Neill, Olnoy, Hono
Wbilden, Cosgrove, Parker, Courtonay, Enst
The minutes of tho last mcetiug were rc
Sundry applications for licenses were rc
and referred to the Committee on Licenses.
A memorial from sundry members of t
medical faculty, relative to the taxes due
W. H. Collins, shewing that ho had generoui
and gratuitously furnished a large quantity
drugs, etc., to the poor of the city, after t
evacuation. The memorialists prayed Coun
to remit the taxes due to January 1st. Rofe
red to the Committee of Ways and Means.
Tho petition of Mi's. M. A. Whitnoy for i
numeration for damages inflicted on her pro
etty by a mob, was referred to tho same coi
The petition of the Rev. John Moo e, PaBt
of St. Patrick's, asking for a sufficiency
bricks to pave tho sidewalk in front of tl
parochial residence in St. Philip-street, wi
referred to the Committee on Streets.
The application of W. H. Dawson, attonn
ofMisB Clementina Gadsden, for renewal i
city ecrip, was granted.
Suudry bills were referred to the Committe
A report was read from the Commissionei
of tho Market on the claim of Mr. Bull, dil
puting the said claim. Received as informi
The returns of the Harbor Master and Cit
Sheriff were received as information, and tb
return of the City- Sheriff was referred to th
Committee on City Lands, with power to r<
port to Council a plan for managing tho lease
The report of the Trustee? of tho Rope
Hospital was received as information, and 01
dered to be published.
The report of tho Commit teo on Tidal Drain
waa read and received as information.
A memorial (rom the Trustees of the Charles
ton College, in behalf of the beneficiarios c
the Boyce fund, asking for the payment of th
interest on the city stock, was received as in
The Committee on Retrenchment and Relic
reported favorably on tho petition of Mr. Pen
dergrast for payment of city work done b,
him, $42.60 in King-street, and tweuty-fiv
cents per foot in Elizabeth-street.
Thc Committee on Accounts reported favor
ably on sundry bills.
Ihe Mayor presented a report on tho appli
cation of Mr. Dolan, late Sergeant of Police, fo
pay, allowing him pay for ten days as request
The following bill was taken up and pass?e
its Becond and third reading, and waa orderec
lo be engrossed as an ordinance:
A BILL TO AMEND THE FIBST SECTION OF Al
O UD JIN ANCE TO PBEVENT THE FILLING UP Ol
LOTTI WITH CERTAIN MATERIALS, BATIFIEI
JANUABY 18, 1859.
Beit ordained by tlie Mayor and AUlermn
m City Courted assembled, That, horoafter, ii
Hhall not bc lawful for any person or persons
or body politic, to fill up any low lota or low
lands within tho city with nco chaff, sawdust
or ? ffol of any description, except duri ig the
roontns o' December, January and February,
oxcept such lot or lots as may bu covered by thc
tides, under a penalty of twenty dollars for each
and every offence; and, also, a further ponalty ol
twenty dolLiTs for oach and overy day that such
prohibited materials Btiolllieor bc permitted to
remain on any euch low lot or low laud, aftoi
twenty-four hours' notice from tho Mayor, City
Inspector, or City R'jgistrar to louiovo the
same. And one-half of the first named ponalty
shall go to tho informer in oach case.
Alderman Cosgrove o?bred a resolution that
thc City Treasurer report to City Council at
nach regular mooting tho amount of city bills
ind currency in thu treasury. Adopted.
Aldorman Parker offered a resolution that
vheroas reports aro in circulation that there ia
i large quantity of real ostuto in this city which
? not on the tax list, thereforo bc it
Resolved, That tho Cornmitteo on Assess
nenta be instructed to inquire into und roport
vhether tbero ia an} foundation tor such re?
Tho majority and minority roports of th:
3omtnittce on the Artesian Well wcro considor
jd, and tho following loaolution, offered by
Alderman Olney, was adopted :
Resolved, That tho majority report of the
Committee on the Artesian Well uo adopted,
but the assessment o? five hundred dollars per
year for the past two years bo remitted, and
that it be referred to tho Cumuiittco on thc
Artesian Well, to roport to Couucil what dis
position shall be made of (he water.
Tho Mayor asked for a leavo of absence for
.wo days, which wus granted, and, ou motion
>f Alderman Oluey, Alderman Honour way ap?
pointed Mayor pro tem.
No further business appearing, tho Council
DESECBATION OF THE MABKET.-There aro
few persons who have passed through the
narkot and have not noticed tho numerous
booths or eating stands that are located in (be
owei portion near East Buy. It is of little ini
bortance to know whether thesa reatauratcura
lave paid their markot license or not; but
here should be some surpriso cxprca6od when
:he despoliation of property is witnessed.
These small dealers have each a stove in which
ihey keep their provisions war n. Tho smoko
from this stove has no means of escape, and
.ho pillars and ceilings tao blackened and
ibused by the fires that uro daily kindle J in
:hese chosen spots. The bootha aro well pa?
tronized by a numbDr of porsona who could
hardly obtain a warm meal cheaper, bat the
fumca of cooking and t he disagrecieblo rosult
uausod by the smoko induco many to neglect
that portion of tho market. The liaat Bay
3nd, where theso cookUts moat do congregato,
ia not occupied by any one, but if tho "flesh
pots" were removed lo tho new Pish Markot
the nuisance tumid bo abuted, and thc custo?
mers of the African dames can then bo acn ed
with their savory viands without aunoyance to
HOTEL ABBIVALS.-Mils House.-J. Ford,
South Carolina; W. Rees Ford, South Carolina;
R. W. Vaux, Georgetown, South Carolina; C.
H. Johnson, Virginia ; Hov. Wm. Curtis. Lime?
stone Springs ; C. H. Baldwin, Columbians. P.
Worsham, Kentucky; P. Kirkland, Augusta; II.
G. Hagen, Baltimore ; J. Howell, Joraey City;
Jno. Poteen, Pennsylvania; C. A. Sliultz, New
York; Isaac T. Smith, Goo. P. Putnam, Jaa. G.
Putnnm, Misa Putnam and Mr. J. T. Smith,
New York; Kate Remington, R. K. Remington,
J. A. Remington, Mary E. Remington, Kate H.
Remington and S. W. Remington, Fall River,
Massachusetts; H. Coppei thwait, S. C. Groot
and A. Groot, New York; C. D. Funner, South
Charleston HoicK-A. H. Siinouds, New Or?
leans; Earnest Kram, Oraugebur? C. H.; Dr. S.
T. Dearing, Richmond Cornily, Ga.; G. A. Pc
tcrkin, Marlboro"; Dr. J. H. [Lane, Marlboro';
G. Tyler, Virginia; T. E. Rice and J. D. Wads?
worth, New York; J. Layton, R. Hoag ?nd
family, Albany, N. Y.; V. A. Bruck and J. C.
Medlin, Cbcraw; Mrs. J. M. Wilson and G. S.
Cooper, Iudianlown, S. 0.; C. W. Dudley, Bcn
nctlsvillc; R. H. Draper, J. H. Jcnks, Cooper
River; Mrs. L. Dolbearo, Weat Newton, Mass.;
E. N. Plowden and Miss J. S. Plowden, Claren?
don; Dr. Wm. Reynolds, Columbia; Robert
Pavilion Hotel.-E. V. Millett, New York;
Major LaMolto, Georgetown; F. M. Bailey,
Edisto; J. F. Grimes, Barnwell; J. H. Snber,
Newberry; Wm. C. Je.-ff.uds, Madison City, Fla.;
\V. ti. Singlotary, ..illiamsburg; Mrs." Clark
and child, Wilmington; .Mrs. G. B. Tauuton,
St. Stephens; J. J. Nettles, M. C. Hall, Dr.
Samuel Gr ilium and wife, Northeastern Rail?
road; E. Stevens, Now Haven, Conn.; W. C.
Jones, Northeastern Railroad; J. H. Mcilveen,
THE PROPOSED UNITED STATES MAHBHAL_A
Washington telegram yesterday informed our
readers that the President has nominated Dr.
Tliomas Sim as the United States Marshal for
South Carolina, in the placo of the incumbent,
J. P. M. Epping, Esq. Of the causes of tho
proposed change it is not proper to speak at
present, nor is it by any means certain that
Mr. Epping will be removed.
Dr. Sim is understood to be a Northern gen?
tleman ot some ability who located in South
Carolina after tho war and engaged in plant?
ing. During the war ho was a surgeon in the
United States Army, and we have heard it
stated is tbe one who enjoyed the dis?
tinguished honor of removing the log of j
.Major-General Sickles after that officer was
wounded at the battle of Gettysburg. Following
the fortunes of General Sickles to South Carolina
he was for a time in one of the bureaus con?
nected with the Post, after which he turned
his attention to the more charming pursuit of
agriculture. Ho is the author of a pamphlet
which somewhat elaborately discusses the
probable causes of yellow fever and the neces?
sity of a quarantine at Charleston-a brochure,
which, at the timo ol its publication, attracted
the attention generally of the medical commu?
Dr. Sim is represented to be a gentleman of
quiet, unassuming manners and a conservative
To the Editors of the Baity News :
May wo call into service your valuable papor,
to draw the attention of the ablo and ener?
getic President of the City Railway Company
to tho importance of extending their road to
"Magnolia Cemetery?" It would be a great
accommodation to tho citizens of Charleston,
as so few of them own their carriages, as they
did in times past, and they would be glad to
use tho cars to visit the graves of their friends.
We have no doubt that it would be a paying
business to the company, and as their charter
grants thom the privilege of extending their
track to the cemetery, wo hope that they will
see tho importance of doing so. Tho neod of
it will be thc greater, as wo understand that
the military authorities have it now under con?
sideration to stop burials in tho city.
[f you want cheal. Blank Booka;
if you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
f aper. Ac; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
ll you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Ac?
count Hooks made to order, with any dosircd
pattern ot ruling, go to HIHAJI HARRIS, NO. 50
ALL WHO are in want of good substantial
boots and shoos, will find them at John Com?
mins' No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly opposite
the Market; they aro offered at retail. w4
WE REFER to John Commins, No. 191 Meet?
ing-street. Ho has reoeived men's water proof
shoes of a peculiar make; the soles are com?
posed of India rubber and leather, the uppers
of fine cali-said to bo a very superior shoe
for wet and cold weathor.
?STATE BONDS, STOChS, &c,
WAM'KI) TU PURCHASE.
STATE SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS (OLD AND
STATIC SOUTH CAROLINA STOCE
CiTY. OJb' CHAHLEnTO."! STUCK
Null 1HEA8TERN HA1LHO..D BONDS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD BONDS
CU Y OF SAVA.NN.IH BONDS
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
Full pri?es paid by
H. H. DELEON,
February 19 wi2 No. 24 Brou '-sir. et.
CHfcOKS US NEW YORK.
FOR SAL li Bi
CONNER 4 WILSON,
February 10 inwilO No. 6 Broad-street.
DKAF1S ON ENGLAND.
SIOUT AND 1IME DRAFTS, IN SUMS OF fl
and upwards, on Union Bank, London. For
?ale by CONNER & WILSON,
February 10 mwfl? No.O Uroad-stroet.
STATE BILLS HLCEIVABLE,
Pi TATE BILLS RECEIVABLE
,J BO*Dd, STOCKS AND COUPONS
DANK PILLtf of all kinds.
Highest prices paid by
ANDREW M. MOREL AND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
February 18 6
FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS'.
TIME BILLS ON NEW YORK PURCHASED.
Ad..mecs m ide on consignments of Cottou und
Rice to our lricnds in New YorA
i" LAFITTE & CO.,
Februarys Imo No. 20Broad-s reet
ilota in jknhruptci).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP TH IC
UNITED si A lEs, FOR THE DISIKICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JO?
SEPH R. ROBLRTsON. BANKRUPT-IN BANK
RUPICi-Tn WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.-The
undersigned hereby Rives notice of bis appointment
as asalteo of JOsEl'H R. ROBERTSON, in tho Dis?
trict of Charleston and state oi South Carolina,
within said District, who has been adjudged a Hank
rupl upon his own petition by thc District Court of
Dated thc 18th day of February. A. D. 1808.
LOUIS MCLALN. ABslgnoc.
February 19 w3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Ol' THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JA?
COB AILYEK, KANKRUFT. BY WHOM A PETITION
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON TUE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D.
1808, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This is
lo givo notice that on the thirteenth day of February,
A. O. 1808, a Warrant in Uaukruptcy waa issuad
against the Estate of JA? OB MEYi.R, of Charles
on, in tho District of Charleston an-J State
of South Carolina, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own politl?n; that tie pay
mont of any debls and delivery ol any pro?
perty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for
his use, and thc transfer of any property by him
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of tho creditors
of the suid Bani rupt, to provo their debts and to
choose ouc or moro assignees of bis Estate, will be
held at a t ourt of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at No.
59 Broiid-strcct, Charleston, S. C., boforo H. U. CAR
PENTER, Registrar, on the seventh day of March, A. D.
1808, at 10 o'clock A. U. J. p. M. EPPING.
Um teil Statt s Mar .-hal as Messenger.
_Februaiy 19 w2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
CHARLES S. PACK, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON ? Ul 5TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 18C8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to givo notice that on the thirteenth day of
February, A. D 1801, a Warrant in bankruptcy was
isnued against thc Estate of CHARLES S. PACK, ot
salter's Depot, in tho District of WiUJanuburjr, und
Slate of South Carolina, who has becu adjudged a
?aukruptoii his own petition; tli?t thc payment
of any deb's ?nd delivery ol' any property belong
lng to sui J Bankrupt to him or for his usc. and
tho transfer of any properly by him, aro forbidden
bylaw; that a meeting of the crediton of tho said
Uaukrupt, to provo thtir debls, an.l to choose ouo
or moro assiguces of his Estate^ will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. C9 Broad
street, CbarT-stou. S. C., brfore R. B. CARPENTER,
Rc, istrar, on the seventh day ot March, A. D. 16G8,
at ll o'clock, A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Mnrehal as Messenger.
February 19 w2
COLGATE & C0/S
<i E R 31 A N
I Erosive Soap,
:UE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grot cr?. 3ino January 31
loots, Sfjofs, (tu.
Water Proof Shoes.
JU*T RECEIVED, A FRESH 8UPPLY OF THOSE
CELEBRATED WA I ER PROOF SHOES, with
India Rabber Soles and fine Calf Uppers.
For sale at BETAIL.
No. 131 ME; TTNG-STREET.
Nearly Opposite the Market.
February 19 1
SHOES ! SHOES ! !
1 nfl CA>ES 0F HOOTS AND SHOES, GOOD
JLvyv/ and substantial, selected for retailing.
For sale by
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
Nearly opposite the Market
January 29 wi
PEBUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT FBOM AGENTS,
at market rates.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, ?75 ca-U ; $80 1st
November, with interest, approve J city acceptance.
BAUGH'S PHO-PHATE OF LIME, $C0cash; $85
1st November, with interest, approved city accep?
PHOENIX OPANO. ?65 cash; $65 1st November,
with interest, api.rovcd city acceptance.
FLOUB OF BONE, unadulterated and unburnt
FARMERS' PLASTER OR G?PSUM, warranted
In offering the above Manures to Planters I do so
with every confidence, not only having testimonials
from Platters who havo used them the past year but
tho further guaranteo tu at every cargo, as it arrives,
is analyzed by Prof. SHEPARD, ot tho South Caro?
lina college, and the high reputation ot theso Ma?
nures tully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
January 1 wfm2mo
KODUNDA ISLAND GUANO.
A Pore. Unmixed. Natural Guano, aa
Fine as Flour (although, not Ground),
just In the Condition In which lt is
Imported from thc Island.
THIS GUANO Id FBOM A BECENTLY DIS?
COVERED deposit on Boduada Island, in the
Carribean Sea. West Indias, latitude 16 degrees 66
minutes north, longitude 62 degrees 23 minutes
It has boon used for many years in tho West India
Islands in the cultivation of Sugar Cane and cereals
with great sucoess; was introduced for the first time
to the farmers and planters of the United States in
thc spring of 1866, and has met wi. h unprecedented
success, an thc subjoined reports and testimonials ful?
The BODUNDA GUANO is not a minorai phos?
phate, rcquir ng tho action of the Sulphuric Acid to
render lt soluble; its great power as a fertilizer is in
its entire solubility, without tho aid of acid, lt ls
not a "manipulation" or Compound of t ish or Flesh
with Mineral Phosphates, tho regularity of which is
always une? rtain and dependent upon, and controll?
ed by the honesty ol tho manufacturer. The BO?
DUNDA is a PUKE NATURAL GUANO (that term
hoing understood tornean tho excrement offish-eat?
ing birdsi, as tho large par centago of organic mat?
ter sufficiently attests, and as found upon the Island
of Redunda, in the very state as imported and gold
lbs regularity and uniformity of tho fineness and
condition of the various cargoes already importe d by
us into the United States, tested by thu analysts of
the most eminent Chomists of this country and Ea
rope, is sufficient proof of its origin and a guarantee
or our ability to lurnish this Guano of the quality
and purity represented.
Tho Pit ICE of tho RODUNDA GUANO is not the
least unimportant in theso days of agricultural com?
petition and pecuniary embarrassment
The vory low prico at which it can be sold placea lt
within the roach ot every farmer, r.ud avoids tho risk
of large loss frequently incurred by failures ot the
crops in thc purchase of high priced fertilizers.
lu the preparation of lands for Wheat and other
cereals this Guano possesses properties that roudcr
it moro desirable lor theso crops than any yet offered
to thc public.
Pamphlets containing Iho analysis and experi?
ments made bv the m> st prominent Chemists of this
country and in Europe together with innumerable
ccri?lcotus of lu entire success Irom farmers and
planters, can ba obtained at our Olllcc, to which wo
Price $40 per lon, in bags or barrels, In Charles?
A liberal deduotion mad? to dealers and purchas?
ers of large quantities.
WILLI* dc CH1SOLM,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON. Sj. C.
??~WM. CRICHTON & SON, Uowij's Wharf, Bal?
timore, General Agents for tho United States.
January 1 wfui'Jmos
?SW ?OUR CROPS.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
PLANT LESS LAND,
MANDEE MORE HIGHLY.
USE THE WANDO FERTILIZER,
MADE AT HOME
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF DR. ST. JU?
LIEN RAVE .s EL, CHEMIST.
PRICE 965 PER TON.
WM. C. DUKES & CO., Agents.
February 18 6
The Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OF THE
MADE AT THEIR WORKS IN THIS CITY.
Farmers will Hud it to their iuterost to try it
PRICE $50 PER TON.
W. C. DUKES Si CO.. Abouts,
No. L SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
SDPfiR-PHO?P??TI? OF LIME.
TEItMSi SG3 PK:l 'FOX, CASU-TIBIE
SALI - VAN I5K ARRANGED Hilt.
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 153 EAST BAY.
Prujjs, (?l)emif?ls,J?tf. ^
RUGS AX O .MEDICINES.
JUST RECEIVED DY
E. H. KELLERS & CO.
HOSTET! ER'S, HOOI LAND'S AND COLLETON
AVer's. Jaynes' Wright'*, Radway's, Cephalic,
lleckwith's Holloway's, sanford's aud Brandrcth's
Gray's, Holloway's, Dalloy's, McAliiters', Rus?
sian. David's and Morchead's Ointment.
Ht-gcman'H Ferratcd Bark and Cod Tiver Oil and
Ccimut, Burnett's Cod Liver Oil, Ayer's Sarsapa?
rilla, Cherry Pectoral and Ague Cure, ic. kc.
Country orders solicited, and will meet with
E. II. SELLERS A: CO.,
February 17 inwi No. 131 Meeting-street
J-^RUGS AND MEDICINES,
FRESH BY EVERY STEAMER.
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131. MEETING-STREET,
CHARLES ION, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Aiwa va on hand a lareo assortment of DRUGS,
PATENT M?DIILSES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY and
TOILE r ARTICLE-. _ ,
Physicians' orders lilied promptly, and at the low?
est market rates.
K. H. KELLERS, M. D. H. BAER, M. D.
February 15 mwf
Mules at Auction.
BY LOWNDES & GRIM KALL.
Will be sold THI > DAT, in front of their office, at ll
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, JfC.
BY K. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT, the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sall for
60 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Brogans, Bal?
moral?, Gaiters, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Boots, Balmorals and Gaitera, ic, to wbioh we in?
vite the attention of buyers. February 19
UNDER 1IKCREE IN KU. LT TY.
Lorents vs. Managhan, et al.
On TUESDAY, 26 th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, known as No. 10 Beaufain-strect, in thia city,
measuring In freut on said street 30 feet, and in
depth 102; bounding north on land of B. Mordecai,
cast on land of estate of Calder, west on land of P.
Moran, and south on Beaufaln-street.
Terms-One-thi rd cash; balance In one, two and
three years, with interest semi-annually, secured
by bond of ttie purchaser and mortgage of the pre?
mises, the buildings to be insured and the policy
assigned. Purcbnser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GHAT,
February 14 ftuw Master in Equity.
UNDER. DECREE IN EQUITY.
R. T. Morrison,Jr., et al. vs. Toomer et al.
On TUESDAY the 3d March next, at ll o'clock, will
bf sold st the old Customhouse,
All that PLANTATION in Christ Church Parish,
late the property of Dr. Anthony V. Toomer, de?
ceased, and known as the "Bee Hive," measuring
529%, acres, more or less, of high land, and 900 seres,
mote or less, of marsh, and having such marks,
metes and bounds ss aie delineated on a plat of
Robt E. Payne. This said plat may be Been at my
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of one
and two years, up n bond secured by mortgage of
the premises sold, and payable in two equal annual
inn i aiment?, with interest payable annually on the
whole amount until paid. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
February 12 w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER I" EC REE IN EQUITY.
Morrison, Jr., et al., vs. Morrison, Adminis?
trator of Toomer.
On TUESDAY, th a 3d March next, at ll o'clock, will
be sold st the old Customhouse,
All that PLANTATION, late the property of An?
thony V. Toomer. deceased, sud known as "White
Hall," situate in Christ Church Parish, Charleston
District, and me* curing six hundred acres, more or
less; bounding north on land of G. Whits, cast on
land ot A. V. Too mar, south on Bo wat Sound, and
west on lands of T. H. Jcrvoy. A plat of the same
may be seen at my office.
Terms-One-lot a th cash; balance in one and two
years, In equal lr atahnenta, secured by bond of the
purchaser and n ortgage of the property, with in?
terest payable Be ni i-annually. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamp I. J. W. ORAT,
February 12 w3 tul Master in Equity.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
FABHEILS AND PLANTERS
COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE THE
requisites fer the lan;eat yield of Cotton and
Cora. Our friends who have tried this FERTILI?
ZE P. give their unqualified testimony of its com?
plete success in largely increasing tho yield of their
crops. Wbero tho application was doubled, the in?
crease of yield wis fully as great, and we are assured
that it hun provee for cotton
PLANTERS W* LL FIND IT ADVANTAGEOUS TO
work less ground, to cultivate more thoroaghly, and
to apply liberall) a preparation such as the above.
ARE MA OE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
Dr. St. JULIES RAVENEL, Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL EN3?RE A
reliable article. We Lave no hesitation ..->. stating
that in our STA* DARD MANURE the public have a
FERTILIZER w] dcb will gi vu the most satisfactory
results. WE CL UH THAT AT THE SAME COST
PE"t ACRE, TH W ARTICLE WILL DO BETTER
THAN PERUVIAN U?ANO, our iriends writing
that Guano loses its effect upon the plant generally
about the beginning of September, and this sustain?
ing the plant in U green and healthy condition until
killed by frost. Directions for use sent with ship?
ments. Price to 5 per ton of 2000pounds.
A SU PERIOR ARTICLE
PURE BONE FLOUR
ALWAYS ON BAND,
$65 PER T0\ OF 2000 POUNDS.
WM. C BUKES & (JO., Ag'ts.
THE STANDARD FERTILIZER.
RICHER IN AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID
THAN ANY OTHER FERTILIZER IN THE
Sold for Caib, or Approved City Accep?
RE.-'D THE FOLLOWING :
CHABLESTON, S. C., December 15,1887.
DEAS SIB : For the past year I have had the
superintendent:* of a large Cotton planting interest
near the city. In the cultivation of the land I have
usfd CROASDALE'S PHOSPHATES, and although
the season was ?aost unfavorable to a fair experiment
of this Fertilize!, I can with safety say that the bene?
ficial effects on I he crops in the progress of les growth
was most manifest. My faith in its utility ls so
Btrong that I wi"I recommend its uso for the ensuing
aeason. Very respectfully,
G. W. S. LEGARE
HILTON HEAD, December 20, 1867.
DEAR SIB : I experimented with Cvo d?neront
Kinds of Phosphates ami Manures tho past season on
cotton land<>, ind am forcibly convinced that
"CROASDALE'.. SUPER-PHOSPHATE" is far su?
perior to any other of the fertilizers I have tried, and
think so lavoratly of it that I intend giving lt the
preference tho coming season.
Tours respe :tfuilv. F. E. WILDER,
Superintendent V. 8. Cotton Company.
For sale by WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 East Bay,
Agent for State of South Carol.ns.
Jan 28 30, Feb 1 4 6 8 ll 13 1518 20 22 25 27 29, M'cb
3 5 7 10 12 14 17 19 21 34 26 28 31, Apr'l 2 4
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BY SMITH & 3IcGILLIYRAY,
.A act ion cc ra. No. 37 Broad-, treet.
1HIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, IN FRONT OF TU ELU
Positive sale of Three Mouses and Lot on the
south side of Nunan-street, seventh west of
Rutledge Avenue, known as No. 15, at Aw
BY SMITH & SfcGILLIYRAY,
Real Estate Agenta anti Brokers, No. 87
THIS DAY, the 19th luttant, st ll o'clock,
IN FBONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be sold,
The above PROPERTY, coniistin<i of three Dwel?
ling Rouses, each with double piazzas, four rooms.
Lot 24 feet front, more or less; same width for M
feet, whence to thc back Une wid'h is 45 feet, more
or leas; by 100 fret deep, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash ; the balance in one year,
secured aa usual; purchaser to pay S. k McG. for
papers and stamps. February 19
Household Furniture, Large Brussels Carpet,
French Plate Mirror, One Piano, at Auc?
Bi R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY. at ll o'clock, at No. 33 Broad-ftrset.
Six Plantation Mules, Three Fine Horses, One
Hand Cotton Press, One Wagon, ?cc.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, 10>: o'clock, at No. 83 Broad-street.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
Will seU THIS DAY (Wednesday), 19th instant, at
10 o'clock, at thtir Auction Salesroom No, 136
THE ENTIRE BANKRUPT STOCK OF DEY
CALICOES, DRESS GOODS, HOMESPUNS, Resdy
Made Clothing, Hosiery, Notions, ftc.
Terms cash. February 19
gluriionecrs1 jpriootc goles.
Brick Residence in Water-street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSNURE.
At ] ri va to 9M1?
The BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, on south side of
Water-street, containing nine upright rooms andona
dressing raom, with piazzas to the south. On the
promises are a cistern containing 10,000 gallons, and
a brick kitchen. There is also an en'rance on Zig?
zag Alley. Lot moTsurps 140 3-12 feet front lino, 144
.12 feet back Une, 94 ieet 6 inches w?st line, and 38
feet 7 Inches on tho east line. Apply as above at
January 31 fmw No. 23 BnOAD-sTREET.
Brick Storehouse on Queen-street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
At Private Sale
The Jorge TWO STORY BRICK STOREHOUSE on
the south side of Queen-street, between Meeting and
Church streets; can store sbout 6000 bales of Hay,
and is well arranged for a Stonehouse. Lot moa-urea
leet. Apply as aoove at
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
January 31 fmw
geprs, Coborro, Ctr.
UV Ii KAI,
No. 145 EAST BAY,
MANUFACTURERS'AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
ALL GRADES OF
CHEWING AND 8MOKTNO TOBACCO.
A large assortment always on hand-whole, half,
and quarter boxes, at prices varying from 30 cents to
SI 26 p r pound. ST oking Tooac .-o in b-rrels of 100
pounds each, from 20 cents to 40o. per pound. Genu?
ine Durham Smoking Tobacco, 60 cents per pound,
Order? aoUcited. Terms cash.
January 6 ra wi ly r
^ KW YOUS HOTEL,
No. 72 1 BROAD WAT,
NETv YORK COT.
O. M. H1LDKETH ? CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former timos
under the management ol J. B. MO NN OT, Esq., and
more recently under that of Hilt Ail CRANSTON k
CJ., IS now undei the proprietorship of messrs. D.
M. HILLEL i H k T. B. ROCKWAY, uuer the firm of
D. M. HILDRHTH k CO.
The senior (.armer from his long experience as a
proprietor of the Veranda, st Louts and Rt Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and ho public generali)*, t at ita
former world-wido r?putation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
mauaaemont. lyr* February 13
?1 MARLESTON' HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING TAKEN CHARGE
of the above weU known Hotel, respeotfuUy In?
forms his friends and the travelling public that it
has been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. The table will at sal timo? be supplied
with THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, lnclud
?og every delicacy in season, while the cuisine wUl
be unexceptionable. The Bath Rooms attached to
the Hotel are supplied with the celebrated Artesian
Water, and HOT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
be obtained at any time. The same attention wUl
be paid to the comfort ol the guests as heretofore
and travellers can rely upon Anding the Chariest : a
Hotel equal to any In ths United States. The pail n -
age of the travelling pubho ls respeotfuUy solid ci.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January 6 2m o Prop rie to..
P50PBIET0B OF TEE
GREENVILLE, 3. C.
T . J X I?l tl S II OT Ii BJ i
WM. A. UVllb.Of Nsw Orleans
\\. F. CORKEUY...OI Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
June i7 _
I L I. 1 A M IRVIN,
P20PRIETOE OF THE
SPARTANB URO, S. C.
GREA 1 HEAL III EBWftlllW
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OB AT E
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRKIT?TI0N OF THE
LUNGS, WHETHER THE COUGH HA8 BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
mim: ELIXIR ?ii;
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF F IB
ita wonderful restorative and curative quahtiea.
Under its stimulative influence, ami by ita pen
etrative agency, thia health invigoiating cordial ex?
cites a goner*] beneficial rcacliou, and disperses the
impermeable obstructions which prevent access to
other remedies. While grauually reducing ths ac?
companying ."oustnetion which attends the malady,
it reproduccE the esseutial warmth and elastic vigor
of the respiratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes the healing process by which
relief and erne Is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
kind arc employed in this Pulmonic Compound, and
the most assiduous attention given to the quality
and medical value of each componont article which
constitute it, it ia confidently and consriontioualy
recommended for its sate'y and reliability, without
restriction tn generous, wboleeoni- diet, or appro
hen.-ion ot renewed cold trow ita effects.
For sale wholesale and retail by tbe Proprietress,
Mrs. CECJLXA KODKIGULS, northwest corner of
MEETING aSD SOCIETY-STREETS, and st the
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25
November 12 jyr