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NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS.
IO>S OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
AUC1ION SALES THIS DAY.
MILES DBAKK will sell this dav, at his store,
corner Kins: and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,
boot and shoes.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell thia dav, at
their cash auction house, No. 55 Hasel-street,
at 10 o'clock, clothing, hats, arv goods.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell this dav, at
thoir cash auction house. No. 13ti Meeling
streot, ai 10 o'clock, furniture, silverware,
OUR CITY SDBSCEIBEBS whe are taking TEE
DAILT NEWS by the week arc particularly re?
quested to pay their dues in future to no
person except om- authorized agent, Mr. C.
C. Righter, or bis collector, Mr. Edwin S.
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY, will hold their
usual monthly meeting at the Depository
Chalniere-street, at half-past 10 o'clock this
day, 6th inBt. The ward distributors and
collectors, are requested to be punctual in at?
A PATENT ROLLER.-Captain Auguste Eaber
nicht has invented a new roller intonded for
levelling tho asplmltum sidewalks. Mr. C.
Werner, our Charleston Tubal Cain, and Mr.
J. F. Taylor, of the Phoenix Iron Work*, havo
the credit for its construction. Though the
roller weighs twenty-five hundred pounds, it
can be easily moved by two men-a combirta
rion of small steel rollers around each axle
enabling tho ponderous cylinder to pass ovor
the ground with case. It will be in operation
in a few days on tho sidewalk in Meeting
street. Meanwhile, the curious can call at Mr.
"Werner's and inspect the wonder.
"ROUND DANCES" DENOUNCED_Archbishop
Spalding, of Baltimore, tho highest dignitary
of thc Roman Catholic Church on this conti?
nent, has published a pastoral letter which
takes strong ground agaiust the so-called
"round dance." We quote :
"In this connection we consider it to be our
duty to warn our people against thoso amuse?
ments which may easily become to them an
occasion of sin, and especially against thoso
fashionable dances which, as at preseut car?
ried on, are revolting to every feeling of deli?
cacy and propriety, and are fraught with the
greatest danger to morals."
THE PROMENADE ENTEBrAINMENT last night
was merely a repetition of thc previous night's
performance. The tables wore woll attonded,
and patrons were not found wanting. Tho
visitors amused themselves by projnenadinf
through tito spacious hall, while thc smaller
fry, wr>o had charge of grab bags almost as
largo os themselves, plied their vocation as?
siduously, and succeeded in extracting thc
small change from innumerable pockets. At a
givon signal tho hall was deserted for the back
room, where the gre.tt magician displayed his
wonders. A number of scriptural scenes were
portrayed on the canvass, and tho exhibition
was pronounced one of the evonts of the ovon
ing. We understand the entertainment will
be continued for one nigbt longer.
THE REAL ESTATE MABK LT.-Messrs. Leitch
St, Bruns sold yesterday for Masterin Equity,
J. W. Gray, tho following property :
A plantation on Cooper River, in St. Thomas'
Parish, known as Moreland & Payet's landing
track. Tho plantation measured about two
thous? nd eight hundred and thirty-one acres,
of high land and marsh, and brought $1800.
Thc plantation known as Beabank, in St.
ThvTW&s' Parish, measuring fourteen hundred
and twenty acres, for $850.
Tho fc?t and store on the Northern side of j
Vendue Rsnge, being thc fourth of the range
of ten stores, and measuring twenty-two feet
front by fifty-two feet deep for $2200.
The terms in theso three sales were one-fifth
cash, br.Iance in one, two, three and four years.
Mr. James L. Gantt sold for Master in
Equity, James Tupper, a lot at tho comer of
Amherst and Nassau streets, measuring on
Amherst-itrect one hundred and soventeeu,
on Nassau-.-trcet fifty-nine feel, on the par?
allel lino ono hundred an eleven feet, and on
the line opposite to Amhorst-street, one hun?
dred and twenty-seven feet, for $1400; terms
one-third cash, balance in one and two vears.
THE HELICOID CENTRIFUGAL PUMP.-This
new primp, the invention of Mr. N fl. Lebby,
was tested yesterday at the Artesian Well.
Those who knew Mr. Lebby'e wonderful in?
ventive genius expected to witness an elabor?
ate combination ot' machinery, but were sur?
prised to see tho little instrument that ho had
in operation. Thc pump proper weighs but
thirty pounds, and is extremely simplo iu Us
construction, i he base is of iron, but the
works ero of brass and copper. It is an im?
provement on Mr. Lebby'a patent for thc steam
dredge boat, which was so officiont in remov?
ing obstructions aud deepening our harbor be?
fore thc war. It is entirely valveless, being
worked altogether by suction. When starting
all that is necessary is to put some water in
the mouth-pipe and the motion of thc puru;)
creamies a vacuum and ut once draws up tho
water? Though only worked yesterday with
steam at ouc-horse power, thc pump drew
water at thc rate of two hundred and fifty gal?
lons per minute. If a hose had been attached
the water could havo been thrown to a consid?
erable di- tance.
These pumps can bo made of any size and
.capacity, aud will prove extremely useful to
mining and dredging companies, rice planters
and seafaring men. A number ot persons wit
IK>s3ed the experiment yesterday, and tho pa?
tent was generally rioommendedas tho most
power/ul hydraulic pump yet dev sod.
A NEW MruTAnr ORDER.-General Canby
has issued, Coder date of March 3d, a general
order, from wh:ch we copy the following para?
Tho monthly reports of crimes, arrests, and
of discharge o'r transfers of prisoners, required
by existing orders from cml officers withm
this Military District to the Provost Marshal
General, will in future bo reuderod through
the Post Commanders within whose jurisdic?
tion sucii officers may be serving at tho time.
Thc duplicate reports required to Lc made to
Post Commanders are Hereby discontinued;
and thc reports required of Post Commanders
will horeattor embrace only *>uch cases ac arc
not included in thc reports of civil officers, amt
will be- rendered at thc time these roporta aro
forwarded, ivith such remarks as are requisite
to a full understanding of any cases needing
explanation. Post Commandera will report nt
thc same tune thc measures tauen, with .avl^Jv
to correct any neglect on the part of civil oth
cers, either in failure to notice a report?e!
crimo, or to arrest the criminal, or lor unusual
o?- unnecessary delay in making the reports
required. ". ..
Post Commanders are charged wiln tue
Erompt rendition of these reports, which will
ereafter be forwarded by them direct to the
Provost Marshal Geuoral at these headquar?
ters. Blanus will be supplied to all civil offi?
cers through commanding officers of posts,
who will make timely requisition for the same
?upon the Provost Marshal General. .
Thc other sections of thc orde:- refer ex?
plosively to matters of military discipline.
FATAL ACCIDENT_On last Thursday morn
ing, at an early hour, the dead body of a color?
ed man named Jacob Hook was found lying
across the track of the South Carolina Rail?
road, about ten miles below Columbia. The
unfortunate man was terribly crushed.
THE THEATRE.-"East Lynne" drew another
large audi .-nee last night. Mr. and Mrs. Wat?
kins acted their parts to perfection, while they
were ably sustained by the troupe. The man?
agers have a number of new plays in prepara?
tion, and the dramatic version of the famous
novel "Griffith Gaunt" will be represented on
the boards to-night.
THE CO?ET OF EQUITY-CHANCELLOR CAB
BOLL PRESIDING.-The case of Glennie vs.
Weston was resumed. Mr. McCrady conoluded
his argument, and Mr. T. G. Barker was heard
In the case of Phillips vs. Rivers the plead?
ings were read, and Mr. Wm. Whaley was
heard for the complainant.
MAYOR'S COURT.-Hia Honor .Mayor Burns
wa 3 greeted by but few offenders yesterday
morning, and the session was unusually short.
A forgetful individual, who had taken out a
private license for his cart, but hid neglected
lo expose it as required, was fined $5 for his
Two inebriate3 came to grieif. They had
LU .ule their beds m shady spots, but the smell
of their breath betrayed them, and they were
brought to the bar of justice and relieved of |
Two wandereis applied for lodgings, but as
chev proved that their case waa ono of neces?
sity, they were discharged to hu at work, but
told net to repeat their visit.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUBT-HON. GEO.
3. BBTAN PBESIDINO.-The court waB convened I
at thc usual Lour. The following oases of |
bankruptcy were presented, and or. the motion
of tho respective counsel, referred to Registrar
Hastings Hellams, of Laurens, B. W. Ball,
John Cunningham, of Anderson, Whitner &
Tho following were referred to Registrar
Wm. D. Pock, of Columbia, F. W. McMaster,
Wm. Glaze, of Columbia, F. W. McMaster,
Ex parle W. G. Eason, creditor. In re Wm.
Mauldin. Creditors' petition to declare debtor
a bankrupt. Messrs. Pressley, Lord & Ingles
by. 'I bo petition was read and an order sign?
ed for the debtor to show cause on the 12th,
why the prayer Bhould not be granted.
Tho United States vs. Henry Stonehouse
Guilty of an attempt to defraud a colored pen?
sioner. The following sentenco waa passed by
tho Judge : Six months imprisonment and a
.ine of $150 and costs.
Thc Judge approved of the appointment of |
John T. Kinard as assignee in the case of Jno.
W. Rhodes, a bankrupt.
Tho United States os. fourteen barrels of dis?
tilled spirits found at Charleston. Information
for forfeiture for violation of the Internal Reve?
nue laws. On motion of the District Attorney
it was ordered that the above goods be released
to the claimant, Patrick Claffy, on payment of j
Iii re John Cunningham, bankrupt. On
motion of Whitner & Whitner, solicitors, it was
ordered that the assignee sell the perishable
propel ty after ono week's notice and pay the
money into the court to abide its order.
Untied S/atea Circuit Court.-On motion of |
James H. Rion, Esq., it was ordered that Jas.
BL Daly bo uppoiuted a United States Commis?
sioner for thc District of South Carolina.
United Stales Courl, in Admiralty.-The
United States vs. schooner Emma-Libel for
violation of Revenue laws. Messrs. Brown &
Mikell tor claimants; on their motion it was or?
dered that Mr. Atkinson, Commissioner in
Equity of Georgetown, bo appointed a special
commissioner to swear the appraisers appointed
to appraise the schooner Emma.
NOTICES IN BANKRUPTCY.-MoetingB of the
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will be hold
at the office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 59 Broad-street, on the days and
at the hours named :
Today 12 M
To-day 1 P.M.
J o-diiy 2 P.M.
To-day 3 P.M.
To day 12 M.
Mar. 7 10 A.M.
Mar. 7 lu A.M
Mar. 9 12 M.
Mar. 14 10 A.M.
Mar. 14 ll A.M.
Mar. 14 ll A M.
Mar. 14 9 AM
Mar. 14 1PM
Mar. U 1 P.M
Mar. IC 10 A.M.
Mar 16 11A.M.
Mar. 16 2 P.M.
Mar. 16 3 P.M.
Mar. 17 10 A.M.
Mar. 17 ll -v.M.
Mar. 17 1 P.M.
Mar. 17 12 M.
Mar. 17 2 P.M.
Mar. 17 3 P.M.
Mar. 18 9 A.M.
Mar. 18 10 A.M.
Uar. lb li A.M.
Mar. 18 12 M.
Mar. 18i 0 A.M.
Mur. 18 HAM.
Mur. 18 12 M.
Kiar. 18 2 P.M.
Mar. 18 3r.M.
Mar. 19 9 A.M.
."Jar. 10 10 A. M
>?ar. 19112 M.
Mar. 19 2 P.M.
Mar. 19 3 P.M.
Mar. 19 ll A H.
Mar. 19 1P.M.
Mur. 2U|11 A.M.
Mar. 20 9 A.M.
Mar. 20 10 A.M
Mar 20 12 M.
Mar. 20 2 P.M.
Mar. 2U 1P.M.
Mar. 20 3P.M
Mar. 21 9 A.M.
Houser, Andrew J.
uennis, John H...
Wariug, Th09. S...
Way, Madison P...
Elz-y, Kotiert M...
smith, J. P.
?Bickley, John C..
Pack, Charles 3....
.Wittschen, A. Louisa
Burnes, James A.
IUI, Irvin A.
White, lt. G.,...
Ervin. John W..
H.L.W.H A T. A. Jefrbrs
Bedford, Evert E.
Johnson, W. E., Jr...
[.iirage, Isaac S.
Lifrage, W. J. J.,
Brad well, Kavenel 8..
Couycrs, J. J.
dayle, John H.
Hamil, John J.
Lescsne, H. H.
(iule, J. H.
Harvin, John H.
Lesean o, H. H.
Mackey k Baker.
flume. E. G.
Howell, Sanier S.
Burgers, John A.
Eustcrling, H. B.
Christmass, B. L....
White, Wm. T.
Bcmbert, Jas. C.
Brown, George W_
Pollock, A. A.
Murray, W. B.
Clover, F. H.!
DeLonne k Moses...
John H. Lafitte.
Wrtgl'fs Bluff I
Bennet tg ville.
*At the United States Court.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charleston Holel.-j-Vi.
Henderson, Santee; Charles Barkley, city; D.
H. Browu, city; John W. Wallace Augusta; J.
D. Brumphf and lady, Orangebmg; George A.
Bennett, Brandfort, S. C.; C. W. Roope, Lon?
don; T. B. Riley, Cincinnati; B. M. Stetwell
and wife, New York; H. R. Dean, Sumter
County, Ga.; E. Chapman, city; J.R. Worm
ley and L. E. Marchand, New York; A. B. Car?
ter, Baltimore; M. J. Winchester, Miss E. Win?
chester, and Miss M. Luce, Boston; T. B.
Adams and J. M. Sanhouse, Wilmington, N. C.
Mills House_C. Anderson, steamer Ma?
tanzas; J. P. Gannie, steamer Matanzas;
Charles Cohrs, South Carolina; J. P. Bulzer,
South Carolina; M. F. Timmons, Columbia; D.
A. Moore, Columbia; George Wiisterhouse,
Beaufort, S. C.; J. D. Mathieson, Florida; Wil?
liam Henry Trescot, South Carolina; W. F.
Coalbaugh and wile, Chicago; ThomaB Drake
and wife, and Clarissa M. Drake, Philadelphia;
C. W. rimith, Baltimore; W. A. Walker, Wash?
ington; Levi Cooper, Pennsylvania; Jules B.
Rostand, New York; Mrs. William F. Gay and
Miss J. A. Kellogg, New York; W. H. Webb and
W. G. Mayc-3, Newberry, S. C.
Pavilion Holet.-D. P. Patterson, Askepoo;
Thomas McFreery, Georgetown; S. L. Orr,
Beaufort. S. C.; William H. Griffin., city; S. S.
Jones, Florida; P. H. Coburn, Summerville,
The New Mayor.
HOW HE RUNS THE MACHINE-CITY IMPROVE?
MENTS-OFFICIALS WIDE AWAKE-CHAS LESION
TO BE REJUVENATED.
When General Burns was appointed by the
military authorities to supersede Mayor Gail
lard, everybody grumbled. Some predicted
that this "last feather would break the camel's
back," and mourned in sackcloth and ashes
over the probabdity that at an early day old
Charleston would cortainly go to eternal
smash. Others were more hopeful-held their
tongues, thought the curt laconic speeoh of
the new Mayor meant work-and waited. Be?
fore the end of two weeks, city bills which, for
more than a year, have been at a fearful dis?
count, appreciated nearly to their par valflej
city stocks advanced twenty per cent.; the po?
lice, who had almost forgotten how a green?
back looked, rejoiced in being paid off with
whole packages of the article fresh from the
bank; the public institutions, under (he patron?
age of the city, wero. Bupplied with tho same
welcome currency, and in other departments,
financially speaking, "all went merry as a
Then the Mayor stirred around among-mus
ty old ordinances. Stray cattle were inconti?
nently gobbled up, and their owners fined. The
lie mses of all the Jehu's in town were inspect?
ed; and liquor shops witnessed something more
stirring than a toddy stick. War was made
on vagrants; battalions of sweepers and shov?
ellers marched to their usual slow time,
foot by foot, through the streets; the inspector,
infected by the oxygenated energy of his chief,
was here, there and everywhere; the engineer
never did delve more industriously elbow-deep
into calculations, and tho City Council looked
on and wondered.
So far, so good. Everybody's dolighted.
Everybody praises the new Mayor. The brok?
ers on Broad-street hang out their compliments
to his administration in the shape of shingleB
which read "City Bills Wanted," and the city
itself is making a new toilet under the vigor?
ous manipulation of somewhat rough barbers
it is true, which, by the time the sickly sea?
son commences, will enable her to exhibit a
clean foco and whito piuaforo when Bbc makes
her summer bow.
Wo notico a few of the pending changes. 9
THE SANITARY CONDITION
of streets is a matter of serious concerti, and
the Mayor bas commenced work upon them
with energy. The tidal drains are to be
promptly overhauled, and tho City Engineer
is now making arrangements to flood the
whole of them simultaneously so that Jbarles
on may undergo a regular washing, and these
noisome receptacles of filth be prevented from
sending iorth the malaria which koeps the
doctor busy and the graveyard open. .
A PLANE ROAD.
From Line-street, on King, to the city boun?
dary, a plank road is soon to be constructed.
The contract va in conception, and whon com?
pleted will supply a desideratum to thoso who
enjoy an airing behind horse-fiosh. Turnpike
gates are to be built, irom the revenuo of
which tho expense is to bo paid, and the prices
therein and out will be regulated by tho
THE ORIGIN OF FIRES.
Another important order just issued by the
Mayor, is that which we publish this morning
instractiDg the Chiof Enginoer of the Depart?
ment to investigate tho causo and origin of all
fire?, and to make use of his authority for this
purpose to the requisite degree. Heretofore
these examinations havo boen mado by tho
agents of InBuranco Companies, but only in
self-defence; hereafter it may bo presumed that
foul play will bc forrcttcd out and punished,
and that we Bhall know the why and wherefore
of every conflagration that calls so many peo?
ple from thoir snug beds at midnight, and
burns np fire-wood in the steam engines.
Thn workmen were buBy yesterday iu lovcl
ling that portion of the Meoting-streot aide
walk n.Tth of Queen-street. The old cellars
ore being filled up to the level of tho pave?
ment, old curbs aro removed, and this portion
of the city will soon rejoice in a firm, bard and
even asphaltum pavement, lhe work is un?
der the immediate chargo of Captain Auguste
Habcrnicbt, who laid the sidewalk in Char?
lotte-street, in front of General Canby's resi?
dence. Mr. Edward England will superintend
the laying of new brick curbing along tho side?
walk. This improvement on the broken foot?
way of this part of Meeting-street has been
long needed, and General Burns requested tho
City Engineer to havo the contracts made and
the work commenced at once. Captain Haber
nicht has a largo experience in this business,
and the street under his mana^emout will
soon assume a different appearance. The pil?
lars of the Circular Church encroach consider?
ably on tho sidewalk, and, as the church is now
in ruins, they could be easily removed. Should
the church bc rebuilt, however, it is very
doubtful whether these pillars Trill be adapted
as a part of the architectural design. A side?
walk should be olear, and an excellent
opportunity is now offered to romovo these
unsightly obstructions. There *re several par?
ties in the city who would bo willing to romove
thom for their material, and it Ls full time that
some action should bo taken ia tho matter.
When Mayor Miles removed tho colonado which
disgraced the Meeting-street eido of tho guard?
house there was a general cry ot "desecration,"
but the impiovoraent effected soon ailonced
tho croakers. Tho removal of thc Ciroular
Church pillara will no doubt be ntionded with
tho samo lamentation, but time will prova that
the action is justifiable.
It is in contemplation also to erect fences
around all vacant lots on King and Meeting
streets, between Maikct and Queen. If tho
owners of thc property aro unable to do it
themselves, it may bc done at tho expense cf
the city, and tho cost assessed upon the own?
ers. A wise measure, for if there is any pla.e
.in Christendom that would tempt athiefona
dark night to "go through" a victim, or entice
a drunken man into unseen pitfalls, it is the
locality above described.
Thanks to a strong hand, we are no longer
to be cursed by such pests. Those who live
here ore to be put to work. Thoso who como or
are sent here are to bo sent back. The Mayor
don't believe in any such style of imposition by
his brother magnates in other dies, and, like
Mr. Lincoln, "has put his foot down ?rmly."
There are other points to which wc shall ad?
vert hereafter, and which should b9 mentioned
in the present article, but our space is lim?
ited and the matter must be reserved.
BODTJNDO ISLAND GUANO.-If our agricultu?
rists would take tho trouble to examino tho
merits of tho above article, which is now being
extensively imported and sold by Messrs. Wil?
lis ic Chisolm of this city, wo feel assured they
would follow thc example of all who have ex?
perimented with it, and usc no other fertilizer
known. Although employed for many years in
the WesL Indies in tho cultivation of sugar
cane and tho cereals with great speceas, it is
only since 18G6 that it has become extensively
known in the United States, and wherever used
it has given a degree of satis faction that has
been the theme r f many warmly stated testi?
monials in its behalf. One great advantago
which it possesses is in the fact that it is not a
combination, or rather a manipulation subject
to the honesty of the manufacturer, but a pure
natural guano, given to the public in the very
state in which it is found on Eodundo Island.
The price is reasonable, the result unques?
tionable, and the evidences of value such as
ought to invite every planter and farmer to
confer with Messrs. Willis A; Chisolm on the
THE REPUBLICAN NOMTNATINQ CONVENTION
was in session until a late hour last night.
Though only nine were to be appointed, at
twelve o'clock but two were chosen, and there
was a good prospect of an all night caucus.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Rnvelopee,
^aper, ?cc.', or, MILLER'S Almanac;
If you want Printing extcuted neatly;
If you want Booti hound in any Htyle. or Ac
coiiut Hooks made to ordsr, with any desired
pattern ot ruliug; go to HIRAM HAEMS, NO. ?Q
FINANCIAL.-For quotations of bonds, stocks,
bank bills, money and report of the finance
market of Charleston, we refer to the report
prepared for this paper every" Friday morning
by Andrew M. Moreland, Esq., Broker, No. 8
ON ron CHEBAw.-The well known steamer
Planter is advertised to leave to-day for
Cheraw, Georgetown, and all intermediate
landings on the Pee Dee Biver. The Planter
is one of the most popular boats on our inland
fleet, and the planters in the above-named sec?
tions will greet her return erith pleasure.
BEMOVAE.-Messrs. Smith & McGilUvray,
Brokers, B'al Estate and Commission Agents,
have removed from their former stand on
Broad-street to a moro commodious store a
few doors west, on the same side. They will
be benefltted considerably by the change, as
their new store not only affords abundant room
for their consignments, but, on rainy days, will
accommodate a large crowd within doors, so
that business can procoed without interrup?
tion. Mesers. Smith & McGilhvray are men
of energy aud business capacity, and will man?
age any business entrusted to their care with
?doLity, discretion and promptitude.
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.
ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE 12TH INST.,' THE
Board ot Commissioners will enter into aft
Elocti' n for SXEWARD and MATRuN of the above
Applications must be left with the Steward at the
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THF CITY ASSESSOR, 1
Cm HALL, March 2, 1668. )
VTOTICE IS HEREb? GIVE M TO ALL CONCERN?
AI ED, that the Monthly Ueturns, for the month
oi February past, in comphanco with the tux ordi
dance, ratified on thc 28.h of January, 1868, must be
made on or boforo the 16th instant.
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWING ABE PAYABLE MONTHLY:
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Merchandise.
On all gross receipts of all street Railroads.
On ali cross receipts of all Expresa Companies.
On all solos at Auction.
On oil Carriages and r.upglcs.
O. ad income derived from thc pursuit of any fac?
ulty, profession, occupation or I m. loyn rut.
On thc gross rece put of afl commercial Agcncios.
On all comuii.-sionH received by Factors, Commis
sion Merchants, Hankers, Broker*, and uti.ors.
On all premiums received for or by any Insurance
Company, or by agencies for individu?is or com?
On all gross receipts ol' all Gas Companies, and
other manufacturing companies located in this city.
On ovory Horeo and Mule used or kept within the
etty, excepting horses or mules used in any pubho
licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
Un aU ltetull Dealers ia all articles whatsoever.
Un all Hucksters aud Harber shops.
On all gross receipts of Hotels and Public eating
and Hoarding Houses.
On all receipts of Livery Stable keepers.
Ou Ul o y i o*.M rocf-lpt> ot Cotton iDroooer.
On thc groad receipts ot aU Printing Ofllces, News?
papers aud Publishing Rouses.
Un all Goods sold in the city by tersous not resi?
dent, by eainplo or otherwise.
Ou all pales cf Horses and Mules brought to thc
un salen of Stocks, Bonds and other securities.
On tho gross recoipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
Un tho gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
Liquor D. al. is.
All the deiaulten will be dealt with ss thc ordi?
nance dtrects. W. N. HUGHES,
Mar h 2 ll Cit\ Assessor,
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES, 1
J ANT; AB Y 17TH, 1868. J
THE PUBLIC ABE R- QUESTED TO PLACE
upon their COPPER PUMP- some private maru,
in order that they muy be i den ulled when stolen and
recovered by tho City Detectives, as numbers ot
coppor pumps aro recovered by tho Detectives, but
none can be identified.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant and Chief ot City Detectives.
f nj (SgofrSj (Ctr.
^yE ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OP
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
AT VEEY EEDUCED PRICES
The Stock ls very complete In all branches, and
particnlany eui'ed to the
Wholesale buyers will find it to their interest to
examine the fatook.
STRAUSS, VANCKS & CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street, Comer Hasel.
MARSHALL, BUBGE & BOWEN,
No. I l l MEK T I NO-STREET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR STOCKS SUIT?
ABLE for the season, which we offer tor salo
at low prices for cash.
February 20 '_10
N K W Y O R K.
S P R 1 N Ci IMPORTATIONS,
ANTE- WAR PRICES, FOR CASH.
Y?7E ARE NUW RECEIVING AND OPENING OUR
VV Spring importations and Auction Purchases
of BRITISH AND FRENCH DRESS GOODS, which
we shah bc pleased to ehow to buyers. We wi 1
make it to the interest of both Jobbers and Retailers
to examino thom. .
We aro also opening our impoi tarions of LINE>H,
WHIIE GOODS and HOSIERY, many articles of
which aro aa low as at any time pievious to tho war.
In addition to thu above, we mvitc attention to our
stocks of CLOTHS, NOUONS, CARPETS, tc., and
aiso DOMEV1TCS mid PRIN I'S, tull lines and low
LATHROP, LVOINGTON & CO.,
Nos. 320, 328 and 330 Broadway,
February 24 mwflmo N.?w York.
The Wando Fertilizer Company
HAVE ON HAND A SUPPLY OF THE
MADE AT THEIR WORKS IN THIS CITY.
Farmers will find it to thoir interest to try it.
PRICE 850 PER TON.
C. DUKES & CO., Agents,
No. L SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postofflce at
Charleston, for the we?-* entfing MARCH 5, .1868,
and printed officially in THE DMLY NEWS, at tho
newspaper having the largest circulation in the City
of Charleston :
jfJS-Persons calling for Letters Advertised, sh auld
state that they are "Advertised."
OSST Office hours trom 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun?
days* from 5 to 6 P. M. $
_STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmastiir.
A H iY
Alsoo, Mrs H E Hay, Hinab Neylan, Mi'8 M
Allstone, Hester Harris, Julia Nelson, Ellen
Annerton? Mrs & Happolut, Mrs F P
, O C Pawley, Misi. M
Amme, Mrs D A Harvoy, Miss n A
Armstrong.Mar.i flarr.son, Mrs M Person, Mrs H
J Hampton.Miss H Perrier, Mrs A
Arther Feller N Pinckney, Salie
B Hawkins, Mrs W tturkney, Ha "er
Bart'etie,M:ryE G Pinkny, Mrs (3
Ba ley, M.ssn Harrison, Mrs C Phill!pe raid,Miss
Barnett, M ss M Holley, Mrs M 0
U . Harris, Miss M Prince, Mrs F. B
Ballot, Emde Harvey, Miss E Putnam, Misa J
Bonnette, Mrs G Hennessey, Mrs Fu-ce, .-ally
A E CL
Bee, Miss C Herber', Mrs M Quash, Susar
Bior., Louisa G R
H. ike, Mrc J Hucks, Mrs M M Rantin, Mrs M R
Blank, Rosa Holmes, Lucy Ramsden, Rosa
Blann, Mrs F I Reeves, Ml<? M
Bowin, Mary J Irvin, L'zzie D
Bolton, Miss M J Rlctardnoo.LlUy
A James, Tener R.verf, Sarah B
Bo wins, Mrs L Jeoueret e, Mrs Robinson, Mes
Brlslln, Mary C F
Buck.y oof?, Mi's Jones, Mrs F M Rustmicr, Mutta
A Johnson, Mary J S
Buikly, Mrs Johnos, Mary ?icctte, Miss 21
Buber, Bettie K . chunk?, A B
Bucky, Mifs M Kcenm, Mrs 0 Scudder, Mar y
I. Lt Soi er, Mrs M
Brown, Miss A M Lane, Anne S ruck, Emil
Brown, Sarah Laler, Mrs C M -.tilla, Mary
C Lawrence, Anna streets, Lucy
Cato, Julia Leighr, Mory E Styles, Mts it T
Cass.dy, Eisy Ling, Jane stapleton, Mm
Campbell, Mrs F Lev.ngstone, Sa- Stoney. Miss ft B'
L rah Smith, Mrs H G
Chamber, Mrs C togem, Mi s M T
Chany, Mrs M Lee, Mrs E ii True, Mrs VT
Christin, Mrs E E Leo, Miss K Taylor, Mrs J A
Clark, Mrs H Le?, Miss D S Thompsou, Mrs
Conlon. Amie 1*1 E
Coniev, Miss A Milne, Mrs E Townsend, Mrs
Cutting. Mrs D . M.ixw>:U, ?'one C
li M anigo, Ro^e Iroy, Mrs H
Davi J, Mis? F Mapsoa, Miss H V
Days, Mrs Marco. Mis M A Vog'.e, Ellen
Day, Mrs M Msurell. l'osa Vogie, Mrs M 0
Dci.s, J Ann Menudo, Lydia W
ueLporto, Miss Mitchcl.Mis li M vVanlcss, Miss E
C Middleton, Bes W..IJ, Mrs C P
Dibble, Mrs A MUroy, Victoria West, Charlot! o
Drayton, Juill Montgomery, Ly- Wheeler, Mrs M
'Dcvuno, i liza dia J
K Morris, Mrs R Whaley, Miss M
fcddy, MrsEF Moore, i obey Wharton, MmE
Elfe, Miss E H Mosos, Hetty A K
F Moore, Mr. O Wharton, Mn L
Ferguson, Miss E Moor, Mary L K
F:ilda, Miss S .?.yian, -u-an A While, Mrs A E
Fluigo i, Mary Munger, Mrs R J White, Mrs A
Fenney, Mrs W Murry, Julia Winslow, Mrs J
\v Murrell, Miss E C
Flood, Jane A Withers, Mar
Ford, Mrs Geo Meyer, Miss E J gretta
Froy, Mis H Mc Willis, Mrs A O
G McCarcl, Mary A Wilting, Mis-i L
Gaynon, Ann .McMillan, Miss C
t?lovcr, Mary E A Wrede, Miss I
Uorhann, Miss F'Mc Que, Mrs M Walker, Mrs C F
Graves, Anna M N Walker, Miss F
i >rey, Miss M E | Nolon, Mrs B Wilson, Miss 1 ? E
Green, Mrs G F i Nichols, Mis3 E W41son, Mrs S
. R Williams, Mis: i A
Adams, P Griffin, Jospor D Odgon, J L
Adams, Henry Graves, John o'Day, Williaii
Aimar, C A Griffin, Capt Win uland, W
Ais'on, J P Green, .-aiul usborn, Col LA
Allen, John, (eol'd) Osteu.iorff, T ?
Archer, O H- Otteii, Diedriih
Armstead, WU- rfaines, Paul Osborn, W H
ham I* Haucock.Oharlcs Osgoods, P X
Auld, Donall J Harrison, Rich- P
R ard Paxton, Dr W 3
Hambridge Ciar- Harvey. E S l'aino A.- CO
encc Harrison, H M Patterson, Edwin
Bakor, B Bobnn, Rainless. A f Perk, J E
(MD) boner, Wilhelm corry, Hon \1 il
Barnard, George Fried liam
N EIcizer,Gcori:o W Perry, William
Bache eld, J M Herman A: Dubs Phelan, Jamee
Uaker, John Renke, Hin rieb l'ierce, Cupt Jotin
Beaufort, Eugene Iternaades, Ben- c
Benjamin. F B jania Pollock, W J
Ueutban, Saml Uinrich, i liris- Pritchard,Joshua
I UM Vc, I r V ll Iten A (OOL'U)
Blanchard, t S Heins, F IT Preston, John F
lila .ely it Gibbes Holme?, 1'crry Tuisc, James L
Blakes.ey, Joel Howland. Capt ?I
?.hinch, Esq James E Quinn, James
lllcior, HT Howland, Ed- K
Bowman, Jno w?.rd Randall, J Ii
(eol'd) Huggins, G W Haytor, Bcnj ll
lirothors, Jamoa Hume, John M Roils, John Pe .cr
Brock k Murrell dutson. J H Uurers, Auskc- .
Lt.eier, christo- Hymun, Eiud Rivers, Wasniiig
j.hcr I ton
Brothers, J M Inglesby, Jos L Kow, John
Bro. k, Albert ?.nd J ? it ce- Rogers, ii
Urea, ii en, c Ll mau Roche, Edmund
Brown, Bcnj R J L
Brown, James Jackson, Philip Kuli', W L
Buckingham, James, rhos Untiling, Jami s
John James, hos Kuddy, Thornes
Oulwiukii, J D Juucovich, H S
Burns, Mr |Jenkius, John Saltus, J C
bu.klcj,Howard Jciiuiao^, R W savage, Je?e L
Burns A live Jr Sanders, s A
Burnham, R F Jenkins, Dr E E -assard, R W
Buck, Henry W fennings, Mr Sanders, G W
V ' Jones, Mat lon icblondon, Hun
Caste, R M Juhnson, Abram ry L A
C'anedey, Henry Junes, capt Lew- scu?y, Robert
Char.eston is Perry
Chambeiijiu, Al- Johnson, Ned schwartz, H
fred Joum-ou, E S Selilepegroll,
'Clifford, Patt Ii chris Julis
cesto, N L Kelly, James Scslr^m, Mar. In
Corps, John Klan, Isaac W
Carrig, Patii k Eluden, F W -eipart, C
Co. des, George Knight, Joseph J neara, Barnas
Conni, M (?rro- Kreut, kt Vf s.m|.son, Kev
cer) Ktick, Marlin Bishop
Coleman, Arby kt Li imous, Lucas
to Lacker, William hiller, Mr
Cohen, M A Langer, John Simpson, Geoi ge
Conner, James W HugU icoi'd)
Cret-t, W F Longo, A Sing eton, Ali'
craddick, M B Lee, W?iiam smith, Nicodo
Cramy, olmr Luis, Amos mus
Cradle. Henry (eol'd) Smith, Dr J E
(eol'd) IA?. Henry T .smith, .S
Cosby, Wi.Uam Lesurc, EB Sm th, Edwart".
Crane, Glover Leo, Peter (oo/d)
D Lee Oreo, Sam Smith, L H
Donner, Archie ^?o.'d) smith k Hove/
Da-f, Gustav Linn, James B Smith, Lanisl P
i elamar, c >i Lom , Francis B
Dennis, I B Long, A K Small, Bacchus
Deinin.-, A A Lopez, .sitae (eol'd)
Dixou, CW G Lovinggoou, Col Sparkd, Wells
Doucin, O H j ;anil bpeneer, Gool go
Dothagu, J Lorigau, George *v
Doc, J.imos T Spark?, Autuc .
Doughei.y, Col Lowriiig.^urgC'On snead, W A
Wm John ?M Sirust, K
Drew, Edward Lyons, Thomas J S ewar ," J A
Oraton, Dav! i Ai Sumdon, Wil
(col'U) .Martin, Aaron liam
Dunham, Abra- .Ma de, John S T
ham Mirtiu, John H Talbird, Wm H
Dunn", De ,i.i , Murali .11, Wm (eol'd)
Du LC, W .i Marry, J ll Terry, Joseph
E Marlin, ll E 1 besing, Johu J
I- hrkhs. M Manuoii, John U Thompson, Sn m
Eisorbardt, Ed N Mark, li ' ucl
Ell Drool;, t W Melton, Maj C D Miouipsoa, D H
Ellbrook, John Messer'y, TM riiomae,OM
W lio.Viii; , Ki q 10 do, l*r.":k 0
F Meldau, G !.. lue ker, l.saac
Kars, W W Merry, Jno V
ra-ley, John Miller,::!) Vandrosa, Ad: m
Fabian, U Mi 1er, Tho* XV
Feveas. Franc's Miller, Charles Washington,
Fitzsimon, PG Mitchell, John Samuel
Fitzeimmons, O (eol'd) W.tkins, Fran
P Moult:ie, rupid eis
Fitzsimmons, Moore, 1' T Walker, Jesse
Owen P Morar, William Warren, ? ?
Fisher, William Mooro, Robert D Wngencr, Joh a
O Morios, W H A
Fishbourn, Bob? .Moore. James Wagner ?Bro
ort Morillo, B Ward, Dani
Fishbuin, El- Murray, Michl Walk r, J R
waru B Murray, Peary Wood, B C
Fowler, John T Murray, Robt Walsh, James
Foster, Junes MulIer.HcruHln- Weob, Thos Ji
Ford, Kobert rich ?'Wiuston, Jobo;ih
(freedman) Murrey, Patrick | W IM D)
Frasher, W V7 Meyer, * A ai te, A U
Francli, 3 mrs Mvcrs, E U Whi per, W J
Frasier, William Mc Willington, M F
G McGuol ;in Chas White, Paine
Gardner, J E McLaughlin, Mi- Whitaker, D L
Garner, Tho c'.ae) Wheeler, Jamas
ftadson, Moses McMillan. 0 G
Gee, 'iho? Mc Kin, James H Wi;linm9, Paul
Gcthcrs, Daniel McNeil, Andrew Woli, Hurry
Gibbes, Dr td-Mc Ve 1, G L Wood, Copt II A
mond N Woodruff, C D
Gilo c. H L Nix, FW Wrede, Johannes
Gill, John P oblcstou, F H Wright, Wm
G.-todman, Frank- ?I V
lin [Oakley, A W | Young, Joe
SS~ Per?ous depositing letters in thc PostoIBcc
will please placo tho stamp near the upper right
band corner of thc envelope, and thoy will also
please to remoro ber that without the stamp a letter
cannot bo mailed, but will be sent to the Dead Lober
Office. March C
BRICKS i BRICKS I iililCKfc!
Oy HAND AND TO ARRIVE i
For sale low for cash. Apply to
E. J. FRIPP k CO.,
March* ? Venning's Wharf
MURDER! MURDER! MURDER!
BEEF! BEEF! BEEF!
TO BE SLAUGHTERED EN CHARLESTON, S. C.
AT 29 AND 30 STALLS, LO WEE MARKET.
To be Bold AT BETAIL, at reasonable prices.
BEEF! BEEF! BEEF!
CATTLE ! CATTLE ! CATTLE!
A FINE L0T OF
MILCH COWS AND SPRINGERS.
For sale ai
March 6 2* King-street.
PAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
are now manufacturing the best, oheapest and
moat durable Paint in nae; two coats, well put on,
mixed with pure Linseed OH, will last io or 16 years;
it ia of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
clive or cream, to suit the taste of the consumer.
It ia valuable for Houses, Barns, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Pails and Woodenware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and ship's Bot.
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Boots (it being fire
and water proof), Floor Oil Cloths (one manufacturer
naving used 6COO bbls. the past year), and, as a
paint tor any purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price $6 per
bbl. of SOO lbs., which will supply a farmer for years
to come. Vi arran ted in all cases ss above. Send for
a circular which (rive? full particulars. Noto genuine
unless branded In a trade mark Griffon Mineral Paint.
HOLMES k CALDER, Agento,
December 13 fmwdmo Meetlng-sxeet
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS ? PT., PEB DOZ?
EN, 61c.; 1 pt CCc ; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt 76c.; 2 qrt.
$1.22; 3 qrt. $1.38; i qrt. $1.96; 6 qrt. $2.50; 10 qrt
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $6.76; 9 in.
$7.26, per gross.
FUNNELS-Vials 00c; Pints 80c; Quarts SL26;
2 Quarts $2.00; i Quarts $3.00, per dozen.
WASH BASINS (Pressed, Plain and Japanned)
small $2.00; large $3.60, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-email $3.00; large M.00,
per dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
November 6_wfm -
COLGATE & CU'S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grocers. 3mo January 31
PLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
J)LANTERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVAN?
TAGE to try the fine variety of PLOUGHS made in
BROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL.
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE END HALF SHOVEL
BULL TONGUES, Etc.
T h pfc Ploughs are cheaper than any other now offer?
ed to the market and nave given general satisfaction
to all who have used them.
THREE CLASSES OF COBN MILLS
Made to suit the present reduced purses of the plant?
ers, and CASTINGS of all description to order.
A liberal discount made to the trade.
W. S. HENEBEY'8 FOUNDBY,
No. 314 Meeting-street,
February 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
PLANTERS AND GARDENERS
ELLERBE'S PLANT TRANSPLANTER,
(Patented October 16, 1866),
BY WHICH SURPLUS PLANTS OF COTTON,
Coin, or of any plant may be transplanted m
thc same time that the soil can be replanted, with?
out disturbing the fibrous roots. At
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE k SEED STORE,
No. Ho Meeting-street opposite Pavillon Hold.
Charleston, S. C.
January 17 ftu3raos
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE RHINO'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FATS, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVEB8?LLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(96,000 IN GOLD). .
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Es
Thc public are invited to call and examine the re
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest
and soe the official award to the Herring's Paten'
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, comer Murray-st, New York.
FARHEL, HERRING is CO.,
HERBING. FABREL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
Furniture, Silver and Pialtd Wart, Waich?,
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
WiU soil tho above THIS DAT (Friday), ?th instant,
at 10 o'clock,
Two SETS SILVER MOCHTET) BUGGY HAR?
NESS, Pipes, Cigars, Tobacco, Engravings, Carpeta,
Eega and Demijohns Whiskey, Ao.
Conditions cash. March 6
77 Cases Soots and.Shoes.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will eau, at my
Store, corner or King and Liberty streets,
77 ca." es BOOTS AND SHOE?, Jest received, com?
prising a desirable assortment for City and Country
Trade, viz : Caaes Men'a Kip and Calf Boots, con?
gress Union Boots. B ilmorals, foo ten Ties and Bro?
nana, 6 to II and 9 to 18; Ladles' Congress and
Polish Boots, Kid and La a dnc; Women's Buff, Calf
and Grain Bootees, 8 to 7 and 6 to 9, and cartoons
Ladles', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Balmorals,
A Une of Men's, Boys' ana Children's HATS.
March 6 _ ? . ? _
Special Sale at Auction of Men's-rBats, Boots
and Shoes, Skirts, Lawns, Batytge, Corsets,
Lenos, Notions, ?cc.
CAMPBELL; KNOX & CO.
WAI sell TB IS DAY, at. 10 o'clock, at their Cash
Auction House, No. bo Easel-street, opposite Post
BLACK CASSI HERE, Satinets, Linen Bosom' and
Colored Shirts. Geofs and Ladies' L. C. Hakft..
Linens, Skirting and Balmoral Skirts. Barege, 90
inch Madras H di fa., Linen Drills, Check and Coating
Linens, Shawls, ic.
30 cases and cartoons Men'a, Women's and Ohll
.ireo'a BOO'lSand SHOES, Hats, L-dlcs', M'&'s aud
Misses' Hosiery lin White, Mixed and Brown), Un
dervesti, BaU Cord, Cotton, Lollara, Portfolios, Toi?
let Covers, Suspenders,. Ribbons, Mahne?, Buttons,
Stationery, Pens, Gloves, Belt Ribbons, Ac, kc
Conditions casb. March 6
UNDER DECREE XS EQUITY?
Coogan vs. Palmetto Savings Institution.
On TUESDAY, 10th instant, at ll o'ulock, at the old
FcstoiUce, Broad-street, will be sold, under direc?
tion of the Master, by
W. Y. LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS, AuonONZEBfl.
7 NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD BONDS, 9600
6 Income Bonds Memphis and Ohio Railroad,
103 Whole shares Southwestern Railroad and Bank
103 Half Shares southwestern Railroad and Bank
43 Shares People's Bauk S to k (old)
4 sha: es People's Nauonal Bank Stock (new)
CO Shares City Railway stock
Large Iron Safe.
Terms cash. J. W. GRAY,
. March 0 fto3 Maa ter in Equity.
I will offer for sale at public ano lion, on MONDAY
next, the 9th inst., at the residence of the late Col.
James S. Harley, m LOllocon District, about fire
miles fromvoaa' station, o. C. Railroad, the fol?
io wing P.. OP ?RT Y :
Two MULES, two B?RSE5, seventy hoad of Cattle,
The Woodwork of six or sevon Wagons, new; one
A large assortment of Plantation, Blacksmith and
Wheel- right Toole
Household and ?1 tchou Furniture
One hundr d bushels Rough Rioe, ko., ko.
I will also offer for Rent, the PLANT ATION, con?
taining upwards of 200 acres cleared Land, as good
os any In the ; tate.
Wid also Rent, either with or without the Planta;
tl on, afine MILL, worked oy a novcr fal. lng atieatn;
the mill In excellent working older, and containing
all tue necessary machinery for grinding grain, saw?
lng lumber, ginning cotton, and po .ndt.g rico.
WiU also Rout a gcod S l'OREUOU>E at George'a
Station, S. C. Railroad, with comortabls Dwelling
attached. . CATHABIN^ BARLEY,
Administratrix Estate ol Jae. d. Harley, doc?used.
MarchO , , . .2
Bankrupt Sale, by Order of the Assignee.
BY A. U. ABRAHAMS <Sr SO *S.
On MONDAY, March 8th, at 10 o'clock, at 'the Store,
No. 323 King-street,
The entire STOCK Oe' DRY GOODS,.FURNI?
TURE, Ac,, Ac, as the Assigned Estate of E. Scott A
Co., in Banai opt-y. February 29
--??-??ii I III
^nclionecrs' Jprhmtt Salts.
Meeting-street and St.. Michael's All y Bouse.
BY LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSURE.
Al Private Sale
The WOODEN DWELLING HOUSE, at aoathwat
corner of Meeting aud George streets, con'.'al lng
seven uright and two gartet rooms, double plana
and bries ki ctr-n on the premises, Lot measure?
112 feet front on Meeting-street, uni 7? feet deep.
Ibis is an admirable stand for a Grocery-tore.
The BRICK HOUSE in St Michael's Alley, con?
taining sli upright and two garrot ?oms. Lot mea?
sures thirty-eight feet front.
Apply as a.ove ac No. 23 BROAD-STUEET.
March fl fmw3
jpMflSj (Remir?is, (Etc.
.j-^nvos AN D ?IEDICIA'KS, W Ti
JOSI' SECUTO BT
E. H. KELLERS ?a CO.
HOSTETTEB'S, HOOT LAND'S AND OOLLETON
Ayer's. Jaynes* Wright's, Radway's, Cephalic,
Beokwith's Holloway's, -aaiord's and Braudreth's
Gray's, Holloway's, Dolley's, McAliaters', Rus?
sian, David's and Morehead's Ointment.
Hegoman's Fermi ed Bark and Cod Live <? OH ard
Benzuif, Barnett's Cod Liver Oil, Ayer's Sarsapa?
rilla, CheiTy Pectoral and Ague Core, ko. Ac.
Country orders solicited, and wilt meet with
E. fl. KELLERS 4 CO.,
Febroary 17 mwi No. 181 .ueeting-streat
T^RUGS AND aiEDlCIN KS,
FRESH BX EVERY STEAMJ3B.
E. H. KELLE SS & CO.,
No. 131 ?IEEII.V G - S T ILE t? T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Al wave cn hand a large a- -o-tmentof DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Soaps. Perfumery, and Todst
Physicians* Orders filled promptly and at the low?
est market rates.
E. H. EE LL E hS,~M. D. H. BARB, M. D.
Fobruary 18 mwf
Its Effects are
It ls the UNFAILING REMEDY lo all cases of
Neuralgia Facialis, oltcn effecting a permanent core
in less than twenty-four hours, from tho use of no
more than TWO or THESE PILLS.
No oth r form ot neuralgia or Nervous Disease
has tated to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. .
Even in the severest caaes rf Chronlo Neuralgia
and general nervous derancements-of manv years'
standing-affecting Cae entire system, is ose for a
few cay*, or a lew weeks at the ot . 06t, always off rds
thu most astonishintr relief, and very rarely fu s to
produce a complete sud permanent core.
It contains no drugs or other m .tenais In tha
slightest degree injurious, even' to tte moat delicate
system, and can AL WATS be used with
rt baa long boon in constant use by many of oar
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous md unqualified ap?
Sent by mail on receipt of pnce and post-ge.
Onopickage, 61.00. ?^2**T?
Slr packages, 6.00. Postage 27 cents.
Twelve packages. 9.00. Postage 18 cents,
rt is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers In
drugs and medicines throughout tho United States,
and by TUK.VER Si CO.,
Ko. 120 Tromont-strcot, Boston, Maas.
GOODRICH, WIN EMAN & co.,
Original southern Drug House,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 1^3 Meeting-street, Charleston. S. C.
January 6 . mflJmos
MARBLE SJANi?iiS,; MOiNU
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constant v on hanJ at 8. KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 51 lirs: avenue, near Third-street, New
York. Call auil examine before baying elsewhere.
February 3 6mo