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RECOGNIZED A3 HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REAIAIN
^-TNG IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A ??C1I0N SALES THIS DAT.
LEITCH & BR?NS will sell this day, at the 1
old postoffice, at ll o'clock, a brick 8tore aud
STREET BROTHERS & Co. will sell this day,
on Brown's wharf, at 12 o'clock, 25 bales hay.
JAMES W. GEAX (Alaster in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
.salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
dry goods, clothing, kc.
LACKEY & ALEXANDER will sell this day, in
front of their store, at in o'clock, 200 sacks
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will sell this day, at
Atlantic Wharf store, at ll o'clock, 2000 bushels
Mn.m DRAKE will s*:li this day, at his atora,
? corner King and Libf rty streets, tt 10 o'clock,
dry goods, clothing, &c.
it & A. P. CALDWU-E, will sell this day, at
their store,, No. 90 East Bay, at 9J o'clock,
v bacon, cheese, &c.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9$ o'clock, crockery, butter, &c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell this day, at
their cash auction house, No. 55 Hasel-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods, clothing, &c.
HENRY COBIA"& Co. will sell this day, in
front of their store, at 9? o'clock, hams, should?
ers, sugar, &c.
JEFFOEDS & Co. will sell this day, in front
.of their stores, Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Range,
at 9j o'clock,'sides, strips, hani3, &c.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GCANO.-We have been re
.quested to state, by Mr. J. N. Robson, that he
has received instructions that all persons who
purcb isod the above guano from him before
the lf.st reduction of ten dollar? per ton, may,
apon application to him before his present
?stock is exhausted, have refunded to them the
difference in price in guan 3, thus putting all
on an equal footing. ,
UNHATLABLE LETTEBS.- The following letters
are held in the Charleston Postoffice on ac?
count of not being stamped or for other
Fridaj\L., Columbia, S. C., not stamped;
Gurner, W. B., Montgomery, Alaba na, not
stamped; Hamilton, Dick. Beaufort. S. C., not
stamped; Jones, W., Fioyed, C. H.. Ya.; Osier,
N. E., Florence, S. C., not stamped; Peary, J.,
?& Brothers, New York, illegal stamp; Cardoza,
.C. F., Cleaveland, Ohio, illegal stamp.
LIVELY ACTION AMONG THE POUCE.-On the
-guardhouse books last night a number of
cases were reported, among which were sev
-eral merchants on King-street who had no
signs over their doors. Others who had been
exposing goods for salo on the sidewalk were
also summoned to appear before the Mayor's
Court this morning. The offenders in these
and other cases reported during the night,
will be tried at the court to-day. ^
THE THEATRE.-''Lady Audley's Secret"
< die w a full house last night, and, as most of
the audience were familiar with the novel of
?that name by Mrs. Braddon, the play was wit?
nessed with great interest. Mrs. Gladstane
acted the part of the perfidious Lady Audley
.to perfection, and proved that she is one of
the most accomplished artistes that ever ap?
peared on the Charleston boards. Her pleas?
ing manners have rendered her a general favo?
rite, while ber power as an actress is undoubt?
ed. The alarm of fire caused some little c on
iusion, but it was only monentary, and the in?
terest excited at the commencement was un?
abated at the close. The play for to-night will
be "Taming of the Shrew."
PALATJETTO CABBAGE.- This delightful dish is
.one peculiar to our coast, and esteemed even
here a choice delicacy. The Palmetto cabbage
is the heart of the tree, the germ from which
the busby head of leaves grow, and the pos?
session of tho coveted luxury always involves
the killing of the tree. Occasionally these
.cabbages are offered for sale in the market,
> but only in small quantities and at long inter?
vals, as the price obtained is not a sufficient
recompense for the trouble of cutting down
the tree. Major Horbach, the popular pro?
prietor of tho Charleston Hotel, determined
the other day to give his guests a treat, and
Palmetto cabbage was among the side dishes
of the table d'hote. Although few except the
natives of the Palmetto State had tasted this
luxury before, the verdict in its favor was
.enthusiastic and unanimous.
IMPROVEMENT OF HAMPSTEAD MALL.-A book
has been opened in the office of the City En?
gineer to receive subscriptions from those
residents in ihe northeastern part of the city
who deeire to have Hampstead Mall improved.
A few names have already been registered, but
the importance of the project is not fully un
.derstood, or the citizens would promptly re?
spond to the appeal Hampstead Mall is the
only public park in that section of the city,
but since the wai- it has been sadly neglected.
The fence has disappeared, and the mall is
now intersected at right angles hy two streets,
which divide it into four plats. It is proposed
to erect an ornamental fence, with four gates
for foot passengers, the campus to be laid out j
in neat shell walks. The expense necessary to
perfect these improvements is but trifling,
while the advantage io the owners of real es
tate ia the vicinity is manifestly considerable.
The work will be done under the supervision
of the City Engineer, and every contribution
left at his office-however small-will tend to
set the ball in motion.
FIRE.-About ball-past nine o'clock last
"ght. an alarm of flic was sounded which for
time created some excitement. The post
and was performing at the hotel, and the
-owd usually collected on such occasions yell
d "Fire" with such vim that they caused the
udience at the theatre to tremble in their
eats, and some nervous old gents and irre
resaible boys thought it was time to leave,
hose who were not compelled to adjourn soon
egretted their hasty m .ement, as the fire
as in Warren-street, a few doors from King,
he property burnt was a row of three wooden
enement houses, belonging to the estate of
?. Nathan Nathans. The fire originated in a
able attached to the corner house, and was
died by an incendiary ia some moss stored
e. The corner house was occupied by
Dalwick as a furniture store, and
air. Krcaser as an upholsterer. The
of fire caused a general nish
house, and a large portion of the furni
and the personal effects were stolen be?
be officers of the detective force arrived,
alwick asserts that the fire was set by a
ved in the next house, as she over
rtion of a conversation, which in
elief. The bouse next the corner
upied by a Mrs. Saxe, who has
d for keeping a baudy house,
dered to vacate by ber landlord,
rders the case will be fully in
e Mr. Nathan, Chief of the
The buildings were com
the fire, but are insured in
ol and Globe Insurance
es were inhabited chiefly
A Thief in the Convention.
A DELEGATE STEALS THE PEE LTESI OE HTS COK
FEEEES-A BLACK SHEEP ES" THE FOLD-HE IS
ARRESTED, BUT COlrPBOJUSES TEE ilATTEE.
One of the colored delegates to the the con?
vention, last week, became involved in a slight
difficulty by yielding to a temptation which
proved stronger than his virtue as a citizen or
his honor as a representative of his brother
freedmen of South Carolina, lt appears that the
delegate aforesaid boards, in company with
other members of the convention, at a colored
restaurant in Market-street, and discoverin<?
that one of his associates waa possessed of the
sum of $100, and another of $50, he became
strongly attached to these amounts to a de?
gree which resulted in iheir abstraction and
transfer to his own exchequer. The pecula?
tion was quickly discovered and reported to
the police, who investigated tho matter and
traced the stolen property to the avaricious
member. The latter confessed the crime, but
pleading the distinguished position which he
occupied, and the necessity of preserving the
dignity of the body to which he belonged, he
induced the bereaved parties to compromise
and withdraw from the contemplated prosecu?
tion. To the one from whom the distinguish?
ed delegate had stolen $100 he refunded $40,
and to the other whose loss was but $50 he
forked over $20, giving ar. I. O. U. for the miss?
This is ene of the darkest, most horrible, or
as Mr. Manti?ni would say "demned uncom?
fortable" deeds that we have yet heard in con?
nection with the convention, and that body
owes it to itself to seek out and put the ap- j
propriate brand upon its offending member.
How a man who receives eieveri dollars a day
could possibly be so envious of the hard earn?
ed per diem of men wio$e mental labors he
witnesses every day while undergoing the ago?
ny of debate, as to annex that amount of plun?
der to his own pecuniary territory, is beyond
our comprehension. After all the daily prayers
and patriotic admonitions which he has heard,
his crime shows a degree of moral and politi?
cal turpitude which unfits him to occupy any
other platform than that on which individrials
occasionally stand one minute and kick at
nothing the next. -Sic transit, &c.
ICOBOKEB'S l>"QHEsr3.-Coroner Whiting held
au inquest yesterday morning on the body of |
Joseph Dawson, a private in the 40th United
States Colored Troops, who accidentally fell
overboard the night previous. His body was
recovered yesterday, and a verdict rendered of J
accidental death from drowning.
Later in the day an inquest was held at Mar?
shall's Wharf, on the body of Jacob, colored,
who was found on the point of Drum Island.
It appeared that about a week ago Jacob's boat
got adrift, and he swam after it. Aa he never
returned, it was fair to presume that he was
drowned. The same verdict was rendered as
in the above case.
THE OBSEBVAXCE OF ST. PATBICE'S DAT.
The sad demise of their President will prevent
the Hibernians from celebrating their anni?
versary this evening, though their usual meet?
ing for the election of officers will take place
between ll and 2 o'clock. At 9 A. M. the
society will assemble at the hall for the pur?
pose of attending the funeral of Mr. William
H. OilUland. At a meeting held last night, it
was decided to postpone the anniversary din?
ner to Thursday as a token of respect to their
late President. Many of the perishable articles
had been already purchased, and, under the
circumstances, it was deemed best to have the
The St. Patrick's Benevolent Society will
celebrate their 51st anniversary, and will meet
at the Mas?me Hall, corner of King and Went?
worth streets, at 8* o'clock, A. M., will proceed
from there to St. Joseph's Chureh,l.Anson
street, where Mass will be celebrated at 10
o'clock, A. M., and an oration delivered by Rev.
J. C. Crogan,-suitable to the occasion. A col?
lection will be taken up for the benefit of the
orphans under charge of the Sisters of Mercy.
An election for officers from 5 to 7 P. M.
The feast of St. Patrick will be duly cele- j
brated in the church dedicated to that Saint,
at the corner of Radcliffe and St. Philip
streets. There wilh be an early mass at 7
A. M., and at half-past 10 a solemn high mass,
with orchestra. At 3 P. M. will be held the
anniversary meeting of the St. Patrick's Male
Orphan Society, and at 4 o'clock the premiums
will be distributed to the children of the cate?
chism classes. In the evening, at half-past 7,
there will be solemn vespers (Roman music).
The collections at the masses and vespers will
be for the Catholic Male Orphan Asylum.
NOTICES ES BANKRUPTCY.-Meetings of the
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will bo held
at the office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 59 Broad-street, On the days and
at the horns named :
Datr. i Honr.\
\Of what plac?.
To-day 10 A.M. Funderburk, Joseph.. Orangeburg".
To-day ll A.M. Lifrage, Isaac $.Salter's.
To-day 1 P.M. Ottolengui, Israel.Charleston.
To-d?V la^jtyXlfrage. W. J. J.Salter's.
To-day 2 P.M. gaflgwl Bavenci S.. Manning.
I To-day SP.M.IC'onyerS^ALj^^..... Manning.
Mar. 18| 9A.M. McElveen, P. 1777^:..?Clarendon.
Mar. 19 10 A.M. Gayle, John H.Wright's Eluff
Mar. IS ll A.M. Ha mn, John J.Manning.
Mar. 18 12 M. Les.sue, H. H.Manning.
Mar. 18 9 A.M. Gale, J. H.Clarendon.
Mar. 16 ll AM. Earvin, John H.Clarendon.
Mar. 18 12 IL Lesesnc, H. H.Clarendon.
Mar. 18 2 P.M. Mackey k Baker.Charleston.
Mar. 18 3 P.M. Odum, Eli.Darlington.
Mar. 19 9 A.M. Hughaou, Wm. E.Sumter.
Mar. IP 10 A.M. Hume, E. G.Georgetown.
Mar. 19112 M. Howell, Sanier S.Charleston.
Mar. 19 2 P.M. Burg esa, John A.Clarendon.
Mar. 19 3 P.M. Eastcrling, H. B.Bennetts ville.
Mar. 19 ll A.M. Christmass, K. L.iSumter.
Mar. 19 1 P.M. White, Wm. T.Charleston.
Mar. 20 ll A.M. Rembert, Jas. c.Sumter.
Mar. 20 9 A.M. Brown, George W.... Sumter.
Mar. 20 10 A.M. Pollock, A. A.Cheraw.
Mar. 20 12 M. Murray, W. B.Sumter,
Mar. 20 2 P.M. Glover, F. H.Walterboro*.
Mar.20 lr.M. DeLormeA Moses.... Sumter.
Mar. 20 3 P.M. John H. Lafitte.Graham's.
Mar. 20 11A.M. Rembert, James E.... Sumter.
Mar. 2110 A.M. McLeod. Wade H_Sumter.
Mar. 21 11A.M.! James, Wm. W. B_Sumter.
Mar. 21 9;v.M. ?Easterlin, Howell.Orangeburg.
Mar. 2112 M. I Johnson, Peter.Marlboro'.
Mar. 21 1P.M. j Wells, Irby S.Sumter.
Mar. 27 9 A.M. Trim, Wm. J.Charleston.
Mar. 27 10 A.M. Gaskin, John.Flat Rock.
Mar. 27 ll A.M. I Dye, James B . Camden.
Mar. 27jl2 M. i Branch, Daniel W.... Hampton.
Mar. 27 1 P.M. IGreen, Joseph I.Charleston.
Mar. 27 2 P.M. Ford, Stephanus.Georgetown.
Mar. 27 3 p.M.|Levin, Nath'l., Jr.Charleston.!
Mar. 2S 9 A.M. ;Fannlng, John C.jOrangeburg.
Mar. 28;10 A.M.;Argoe, Ed.'Orangeburg.
Mar. 28? ll A.M. :Phillips, Joseph W... ? Orangeburg.
Mar. 2812 M. Baker, John G.ICharleston.
Ap!. 1 I 9 A.M.?White, E. D.[Charleston.
Ap!. 1 |1J A.M. Grant, John G.|Marlboro\
Ap!. 1 11A.M. Hurst, Chas. M.Sumter.
Apl. l 12 M.I.Johnson, Peter.Marlboro*.
Apl. ! l p.M.|Kiug, Jno. G.Wright's Bluff
HOTEL ABEH-ALS,-Charleston Hole'..-Chas.
H. Howard, city; J. J. Gregg, wife and servant;
Granileville; Miss Hammond, South Carolina,
James O. West, A. Gage and wife, city; Wil?
liam Beattie, Greenville; Thomas P. McHenry,
Florida; D. W. Spence, Georgia; C. C. Porcher,
Berkeley; A. G. Goodwin, city; T. J. Kerr and
wife, city; W. A. Scoville, J. McNamara, J. P.
Lee, John F. Riley, Orangeburg.
Pat Mon Hotel-R. G. Crist v, Dr. Wm M.
Bailey, Edisto; Joseph Edings*, Boston; B. K.
Rodthn, Roddin's Island; M. S, Anselm, Mew
Orleans; Wm. Lodor, Canada; W. J. Branan,
Willismsburg; A. Gay, Florida; J. Edings,
South Carolina: W. H. Bryan, and Mrs. R. C.
Robinson, Fort Motto, P. K. Coburn, Summer?
ville, Thomas Smith, South Carolina: E. R.
Lesaene, Williamsburg District; John R.
Cochran, Anderson, S. C.
Mills House.-N. W. Stuyvesant, H. Myers
and wife, two children and nurse, Mrs. Cheese?
borough, Miss Anna Cheeseborough, and Miss
Nellie Cheeseborough, Pierre Heldey, New
York; P. H. Joyner, Columbia; J. O. West,
citv; Wm. H. Bacon, Mrs. Milbank and child,
Mrs. Ogden, Chas. E. Milbank, O. E. Hosmer,
and M. W. Quintard, New York; B. S. Crowell,
A, Seauvrey, aad Capt, Chisholm, Boston,
, UNITED STATES CO?BT-EON. GEOE<
BBVAN, P?EsiDniG,-Iv. re Jacob G. Bow<
Newberry-Petition of voluntary bankn
G. P.. Chapman, Esq., sobcitor. On his n
the case was referred to Henry Summer,
The Newberry Herald was appointed 2
newspaper in which to advertise the ap]
ment of assignee in the following cases:
T. Kinard for John Tv". Rhodes, F. "VTerb
Marshall & Bro., F. Werber for Jam
In re Henry F. Silley, of Orangeburg
tition of voluntary bankruptcy. Messrs.
son <fc Legare, sohcitors. The case wi
ferred to R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Registrar
On motion of A. W. Williams, Esq., soli
an amended schedule, ? No. 5, was hied i
case of T. G, Culp, bankrupt.
In the following seven cases of bankru
the petitions were read, and on motion of
respective counsel, were referred to W. J. (
Joseph M. Adams, of York, T. W. Clav
Fleming A. Fuller, of Greenville, E. P. J<
Esq., solicitor. .
J. R. Johnson, of Union, Jas. J. Hart, 1
Robert Knight, of Union, Jas. J. Hart, ]
Wm. C. Moore, of Abbeville, S. McGo
John J. Slagle, of Laurens, T. W. Claw
In re James Martin-In bankruptcy,
amended schedule, No. A, was filed tr,
ia re David Crawford, of Due West, A
ville District-Petition of voluntary bankr
cy. S. McGowan, Esq., solicitor. The
was referred to W. J. Clawson, Esq.
W. C. Langley & Co. vs. Harvey Cogs^
trustees et al. Messrs. Pressiey, Lori
Ingle8byfor the plaintiff; Mesare. Whale
Miles for defendants. Certain of the credi
of thc Kalmia Mills being about to inter;
to stop the sale of the property advertised
the 13th proximo, a bill was bled by Langle
Co. praying for an injunction by the cc
against their interposition. The said credil
have also filed a cross bill praying for an
junction against the said eale. Both par
appeared before thef court through their
spective counsel, and moved for their sepai
injunctions. The chief point contended fo
that Langley <? Co. urge that the present
the best time for the sale, which is opposed
the general creditors, who urge that the p
perty will be sacrificed if eold immediati
C. R. Miles, Esq., opened the argument for
It may be mentioned that thc court was
session yesterday on account of the press!
character and-great pubbc importance of I
:ase then appointed for hearing. The me
bers of the bar were disposed, in consequei
af the death of the late W. H. GilUland, to ;
xoest an adjournment of the court, but his Ht
?r.the Presiding Judge, felt that in this instar
personal inclination should properly give way
imperative pubhc duty. At the close of t
session of the court, however, bis Honor Jud
Bryan ?nnounced that the court would sta
adjourned until to-morrow morning, not mc
an account of the personal relations of 1
Honor to th? late Mr. Gilhland than on accou
af the high estimation in which the deceas
was held by the members of the bar, and t
high honor with which he was regarded by t
community, whom be bad faithfully served
various capacities through many trying a:
MAYOR'S COCBT.-A peddler, who forgot
procure a city license, was caught at the be;
of the market while busily engaged hi sellh
his wares. He soon found that he was tl
person sold when charged $50 fine and orden
to take out a license costing the same arnon
or he would have a further sum of $100 to foi
Two mules were picked up estray, and as tl
poor beastB were born dumb and could m
answer to the charge.their owners were cbarg<
$10 each for the erratic, habits of their beast
A colored man who had not the fear of Une
Sam before his eyes, but endeavored to raise
row on the postofnee steps, was removed as s
impediment to reconstruction and charged $
Several cases of drunk were reported-son
mild and others aggravated. They were fine
according to their merits, the heaviest eoakei
being charged $15, wbilo those who had sin
ply fallen from grace, without etaying whei
they fell, escaped with the loss of a V. One <
two asserted that it was their first slip, bi
found to their sorrow that innocence was n
excuse, and $15 was imperatively demand?e
Another who felt incapable of the exertion <
walking, was charged 75 cents additional for th
A white and black man got up a small coi
troversy on Union wharf, and as the whit
man debvered his opinion with emphasis, b
was advised to take $10 worth ol' moderatio
and not to do it again.
A barkeeper who sold the ardent without
license was charged $100 ior bis violation c
the city laws.
A man who believed that water was only fl
for washing and navigation, threw all tba
he could find from the second story window c
a house on Adger's wharf. His tastes wer
not admired, and he had to pay $10 for hi
Tribute of Respect.
At a special meeting of the Board of Com
missioners of the Orphan House of Charleston
convened at the Institution last evening, th<
following preamble and resolutions were unan
imously adopted :
On the 7th July, 1854, tbs late WILLIAM H
GILLILAND was elected a member of the
Board of Commissioners of the Orphan House
and continued by successive re-elections ti
hold that position until his decease on 15tl
March, 186S. This continued re-electioi
indicated the appreciation of his services ty
the City Council of Charleston. His regula
attendance at the meetings of the Board, a nc
the zeal which he exhibited hi all mattere per
faining to the House, made him a useful mern
Resolved, That in the death of WILLIAM H
GILULANC, Esq., this Board has lost the ser
vices of a zealous member, and one earnestly
devoted to the interests of the House.
Resolved, That the respectful sympathies o
this Board be tendered to the widow ant
family of the deceased.
Resolved, That as a token of their respeel
this Board do assemble to-morrow morning, al
half-past niue o'clock, and, as a Board, attenc
the funeral of their deceased feUow-comnihy
Resolved, That of the Children of the House
fiftv of each sex be conducted by the Steward
and as many of thc Assistant Matrons as maj
be necessary, in order that they may form c
portion of the funeral procession, from thc late
residence of the deceased commissioner.
Resolved, That the Chairman be requestec
to communicate a copy of the foregoing resolu?
tions to the family of the deceased, and thal
they be published in the daily papers of thh
Resolutions of Thanks.
CHABLESTON, March ll, 18G?.
At a meeting of the Sunday School Society
: of Trinity, Methodist, Church, held last even?
ing in thc Lecture Room of thc church, thc
following resolutions were unanimously adopt?
j Reso'ced, That we, the officers and members
I of Trinity Sunday School, acknowledge with
heartfelt sincerity our gratitude to our Heaven?
ly Father, from whom cometh every good and
p'erfect gift, for the success signally attending
our Lite efforts to procure means'for the en
i largement of our library and the building up
of our school; and we hereby pledge our 'es
to renewed energy and diligence m our en l*
to instruct our scholars inthe things that p
tain to their eternal well-being, and to persuac
them in their youth to become disciples of the
Resolved, That to the members of the church
and congregation, and to our other friends, we
tender our thanks for their hearty co-operation
and invaluable assistance in the arrange?
ments for and conduct of our late entertain?
Resolved, That we are especially grateful to
tho Adams' Express Company for the grato i
tous use of the capacious hall over their office;
te Messrs. John Buck & Co. for the generous
loan of a soda fountain and the gift of syrups;
to the detachment of the Post Band for the
czcellent music so liberally furnished us; and
to the Press of the city for their favorable no?
tices of our entertainment and the very rea?
sonable insertion of our advertisements.
Resolved, That a certified copy of these re?
solutions be furnished by the Secretary to the
several parties named therein.
Extracts from the Minutes.
JNO. A. HENRY,
Secretary pro lem.
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March 17 2
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It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
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It has received over six thousand voluntary testi?
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It is sold in ha'f-pound bottles (the name blown in
the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy Goods
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Demas Barnes & Co. ; F. C. Wells t Co. ; Schieffehn
& Co., New York.
March 13 ly r
iiotircs in ?tonkrnjitrn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF HEN?
EY KELLY, BANKRUPT-BY WHOM A PETI
HON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 38TH DAY OF FEBRUARY A.
D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This is to give notice that on the sixteenth day of
3tarch, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate of HENRY KELLY, of
Manning, in the District of Clarendon, and State of
South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own petition ; that the payment of any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to said Bank?
rupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by hun are forbidden by law; that a meet?
ing of the Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. C9 Broad-street, Charleston. S. C.,
before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the sixth
day of April, A. D., 16C8, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF STEPH?
ANUS FORD, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A PETITION
FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 2STH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D.
1808, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This is
to give notice that on the seventh day of March,
A. D. 1808, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against the Estate of STEPHANUS FORD, of George?
town, in the District of Georgetown, and State of
South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own pettriou; that the payment of
any debts and delivery ol any pror.erty belonging
to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him ore forbidden by?
law; that a meeting of thc Creditors of the said Bank?
rupt, to provo their debts and to choose one or more
Assignees of his Estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 59 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C., before R. B. CARPENTER, Regis?
trar, on the twenty-seventh day vf March, A. D. 18GS,
at 2 o'clock P. ar. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
March 17 1
Cbtrjinrj anb /urnisljing (DooK
IJ1HE ATTENTION OF OCR CUSTOM?
ERS AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO OUR
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Which we have replenished with GARMENTS OF
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, and arc offering them
at PRICES SUITED TO THE DEPRESSED STATE
OF THE MARKET.
We have also received an invoice of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
In SCARFS, TIES,
SHIRTS, ASD COLLARS,
OF NEW AND HANDSOME STYLES.
MACULAR, WILLIAMS 4 PARKER,
Ko. ?70 KING,
CORNER OE HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER.
CONNORS A- CARTER, PBOPBIETOBS.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
at Lancaster C. H., S. C. Having a large sub?
scription hst, it offers a lavorable medium to Mer.
chants and all advertisers who desire to extend
their business in the upper Districts of the State.
Rates of advertising libere,!. Specimen copy ot
paper sent on application. August 22
?to?m Sales. . ^_
Large Brick Store and Residence, Quetn-street.
"T. T. LEITCH Ss R. S. .BRUNS,
?ft ' be sold THIS DAY, the 17th instant, at ll
o'clock, at thc Old Post office,
Tn-' desirable 3>? story BRICK STCv?E and BES
IDENCE, known as Ko. 32 Queen-strest, containing
S rooms; Lot measures id ft. front, by 130 ft. deep,
more or less.
Terms, ? casa, balance iu one and tv o years, with
Interest payable annually secured ly bond and
mortgage of the premises. Building ts be insured,
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Fine Two-and-a-half Story Wooden Residence,
Line-street, second door fro;n Meeting*
W. T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAY, 17th instant at ll o'clock
at the old Postofflte,
That desirable and well located two-and-a-half
story WOODEN HOUSE known as No. 9 Line-street,
second door from the corner of Meeting, containing
seven rooms, kitchen, stable, Ac.
Lot measures A3 feet front by 115 feet deep, more
Terms-Half cash; balance In one and two years,
with interest payable annually, secured by bond and
mortgage; property to be insured and policy assign?
ed. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
March 17_ 3
Elegant Furnitur? at Auction-Family about to
Remove from the State-Correr of Queen
and Trapmann Stnets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S, BRUNS,
Will be sold, at the corner of Queen ind Trapmann
streets, on TO-MORROW, 13th instant, at 10
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTM iNT OF WELL
KEPT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
CON6ISTC?O UT PAST OF:
MAHOGANY HAIR SEAT CHAIRS. Oil Paintings,
Parlor Mirrors, Sofas, Bedsteads, Bur?aua, Lounges,
Marble-Top Tables, Whatnots, ?xtmsion Taoles,
Armchairs, Cane Seat Chaira, Curtains for Parlor
and Chambers, Window Shades, Ice House, Hat Rack,
A new and complete Chamber Set o : Black Walnut
Furniture, and also a Cottage Set.
Brussels and Three Ply Carpeting, and a Ano as?
sortment of Crockery and Glassware.
Sugars ! Sugars !
W. Y, LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold by auction on THURSDAY, 19th iuet"
at 12 o'clock A. M., at new Custom louse Stores,
G5 hiids. and 10 tierces SUGARS, damaged
on board brig "Isabel Buennann" in her late voy?
age trom 8agua la Grande, bound to New York.
Sold for account of whom lt may coi cern.
Conditions at sale.
RISLEY ii CREIGHTON,
March 17_ Consignees.
Under Decree in Admir?ty.
W. Y. LEITCH &R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Auction on THURSDAY, 19th inst,
at ll o'clock, at the Old Poi tomeo,
A NEW STEAM PILE DRIVER, length 49 feet,
oreadth 15 feet, depth 3 feet 6 inches; two high
pressure engines, 6 inch cylindem, 12 inch stroke,
length of derrick ii feet, space for logs 15 inches,
hammer weight 2000 pounds; flat tottom, sheathed
with heavy zinc, propelled by her own power, speed
4 miles per hour.
Terms cash- Purchaser to pay for papers and
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY. 21th inst., at ll o'clock, will be sold
at the Exchange, Broad-i treet,
The HOUSE No. 80 Smith-stre lt, being on the
east side, between Morris and Cau ion. The House
contains four square rooms. There ore also ample
servant accommodations. The lo; measures 30 by
81 feet more or less.
Condiuons-One-third cash; b: lance by bond,
bearing interest semi-annually, pi youle in one, two
and three years, secured by mortgage of the prem?
ises. Buildings to be insured an 1 policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Estate Sale by order of the Executor-House
in Rutledge Avenue.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, 24th instant at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Exchange, Broad-street
That three and a half story WOODEN HOUSE, on
the east side of Rutledge Avenue, second door south
of Cannon-street. The lot measures 60 by 168 feet,
and has on it also a kitchen of four rooms and a
stable. The sale will be subject to a lease which
expires on 13th July, 1868.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bond,
bearing interest semi-annually, payable in one, two
and three years, secured by mortgage of the prem?
ises; buildings to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
March 37 tuthstu*
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Tales, translated from the French of Jean Mace'
f 1,75, February ?J
Bay J Hay !
BY STREET BROTHERS & CO.
W?1 be sold THIS DAY, the 17th instant, at 12
o'clock, on Brown's South Wharf,
250 bales HAT, mere or less damaged by sea water.
The Hay has been assorted in lots, and can be ex?
amined at any time prier to the sale.
Sida, Strip:, Shoulders, Mams, $c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
I Will sell, THIS DAT, in front of their stores, Kos
17 and 19 Vendue Bange, at 9>i o'clock,
5 hhds. CLEAR SIDES
15 bbls. choice Strips
800 choice Smoked Shoulders
600 B. C. Hams
25 bbls. Sugar
10 obis. Molasses
30 bbls. Potatoes
50 boxes Soap -
40 boxes Candles.
Crockery, Butter, Lard, ??c.
BT T. M. CATER.
WiU be sold THIS DAT, on Broiro's Wharf, at &
past 9 o'clock,
16 crates GRANITE WABE, Teaa, Coffees, Chamb
era, Ewer3 and Balslns
7 Chamber Sets superior French China
Lot Open Crockery, Molasses Cans, bc.
100 arkins and tubs Choice Batter, landing out of
Champion, Manhattan and Moneka
40 Tubs Lard
40 boxes Cheese.
Conditions cash. March 17
Hams, Shoulders, Sugar, ??c.
BY HENRY CORIA & CO.
THIS BAT, at 9>; o'clock, in front of our store,
will be sold,
500 SUGAB-CURED HAMS
800 Bacon Shoulders
800 Bulk Shoulders
20 bbls. Brown S agar
30 cases Pickles
25 boxes Soap
25 boxes Starch
50 boxes Candles.
Conditions cash. March 17
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
TT. M. Bailey, et al. vs. C. G. Whaley, et al.
THIS DAY, the 17th March, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the old Customhouse,
All that VALUABLE PLANTATION, on Wadmalaw
Island, Charleston District, containing about 200
acres of land, bounding north on Wadmalaw Sound,
south on lands of Joseph S. Whaley, east on lands of
George Sharl oe k, and west on lands of Ed. Laroche.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with Interest from day of sale, secured by
bind of the purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to nay for papers and stamps,
J. W. GB AT,
March 17 sw6tul Masterin Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
H". B. Minott vs. Fripp, Administrator.
THIS DAT, the 17th March, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Customhouse.
ALL THAT PLANTATION called "Hazelwood,"
situate on tbs Cueehaw Neck in the Parish of St.
Bartholomew, in Colleton District, South Carolina,
containing 900 aerea, more or less, bounding north
on lands of Mrs. M. I'. March, south on landa of Mrs.
i V. Girar j eau, east on the Cheehaw Road, and west
on lands of-Paul, formerly of - Parker.
Terms-One-third cash, balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, with interest from day of sale,
payable annually. The credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortage of the premi?
ses. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
J, W. GBAT.
March 17 w3tul_Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Reed <J- Kingsberry vs. Whaley ? Whaley vs.
Reed ?; Kingsberry.
BY E. M. MASS HALL & BRO.
FRIDAY, 20th inst., at 12 o'clock M., will be sold on
the Plantation of Dr. Whaley, on Edisto Island,
called Cedar Hall,
Three WOODEN BUILDINGS and a Log Stable, a
portable Engine, Horses, Mules, Plantation Instru?
ments, bc, bc
Terms-AU suma under 3100 cash, and over 9100
half cash; balance in well secured notes at sixty and
ninety days, with interest from day of sale. The
houses to be removed two weeks after the day of
sale. J. W. GRAY,
March 12 thtuS Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Rice vs. Ebaugh.
Will be sold under the direction of the Master, at
Monck's Corner, on the Northeastern Railroad, on
SATURDAY, the 21st of March, 1868, at ll o'clock,
A. M., or soon thereafter, the following MILL
1 STEAM ENGINE of about 30-horse power
2 Boilers 30 feet long
1 "George Page" second-class Saw Mill, with 12 feet
of Carriage, and 4 Circular Saws
1 Grist Mill of 3 feet
1 Mid Honae
1 Office 10x12 feet
1 Dwelling House and catbuildinga
Unexpired Lease of about eight years of 100 aerea
Anvils and Tools
Bricks in Boiler Walls.
Terms-One-half cash, and the balance by the note
of the purchaser, payable in six months from the day
of sale, with Interest from date, and approved per?
sonal security. JAMES TUPPEB,
February 29 stu7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Bingle vs. Daly.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 26th
day of March, ides, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on the north side of Market-street,
in this city, measuring in front ou sold street 30 feet
by 67 feet'lndepth, be the same tcore or less; bound?
ing north on lands now or late of William Words
worth; east ou lands of Jacob Rosenthal; south on
Market-street, aud west on lauds now or late of --.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of thc premises; buildings tobe Insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay taxes and tor papers
and stamp?. JAMES TUPPER,
March 10 tu3thl Master in Equity.
Senors, Coburnr, ?r.
CIGARS! ! TOBACCO!!
ESALAS, AGENT FOB THE HAVANA CIGAR
. Factory, '-La Valentina," also tor several
Northern Factories, offers for sale In quanUties to
Choice Hsvana CIGARS from $">0 to S150.
Fine Domestic Cigars from S20 to ?35.
Genuine Spanish and Durham Smoking Tobacco
from 60 ctuts to ?1 "?? lb., at
No. 118 EAST BAY-STBEET.
March 16 3
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WOBLD'3
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIB, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
Wm'ER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(S6.000 ?.N GOLD).
At the recent Biternational Contest in the Paris Ex?
SThe public are invited to caB and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
and seethe official award to the Herring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New York.
FARREL, HERRING ? CO., 1 HERRING & CO..
Philadelphia, j Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL ? SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hind by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY SIBEETS,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
March 3. 9?ao
Seasonable Dry Goods, Vests and Pants.
BY JOHN G. MINOR & CO.
THIS DAT, I7th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold,
at our Auction 8tore, No. 135 Meeting-street,
A DESIR A ELE INVOICE OF GOODS, JUST RE?
CEIVED PEE STEAMSHIP CHAMPION.
JACONETS AND TAPE CHECKS. Muslin, Tuck
HHrHnfl, Cream Linens,' Barnsley Drills, Blay Linen,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Trimmings, Bennet
Ribbons, Fancy, Brown and Blue Checks, Denims,
Stripes, Suspenders, Ticking, Kentucky 'Jeans,
Brown Drill Veste, Kentucky Jean and Cottonade
Conditions cash._ March 17
Stock of a Wholesale Dry Goods Rouse.
BY JOHN G. MILNOE & CO.
On TO-MORROW, the 18th instant, at IO o'clock,
we will sell at the Store, No. 157 Meeting-street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MESSES. NOYES 4 VAIL,
CONSISTING IN PAST 07:
CASSIM ERES, Satinets, Merinoes, Worsted Scuff
Goods, Cambrics, Jaconets, Muslins, Colored Lawns;
Linen Drills, Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Den?
ims, Ticking, Apron Checks, Kentucky Jeans, While.
Linens, Lnen Diaper, Shirting Stripes, Linen Cam?
bric and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Buttons, Spool Cottons, Soaps, Perfumeries Fancy
Notions, ic, 4c.
The sale will be continued from day to day, until
the entire Stock is sold, and is worthy the attention
Of the City and Cc un t ry Trade.
Conditions-Cash on delivery._March 17
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 17th, will be sold in our 8tore,
> o. 90 East Bay, at half-past 9 o'clock.
NEW YOBK S. C. STRIPS
New YorkS. C. Shoulders
Conditions cash. March 175
Corn on Account of All Concerned.
BY LAUBEY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the 17th instant, will be sold, in front
of our store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
200 sacks CORN, slightly damaged.
Conditions cash. March 17
Sale of Damaged Goods, on account of Under?
writers and all concerned.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at our Cash
Auction House, No. 66 Ha?el-street, opposite tte
SATINETS, Kerseys, Denims, Shirting Stripe, Shirt?
ing, Kentucky Jeans, Cashmere, Alpaca.
CLOTHING-Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Handker?
chiefs, Suspenders, Hosiery, Undershirts, ?c.
DRESS aOODS-Fancy Basques, Lenos, Plaids,
Prints, Muslins, Chambrays, Organdies, Silver
Link Hoop Skirts, Corsets, 3?-inch Madras Hdkrs,
Verona Hdks, Umbrellas, Ac.
?7- TO-MORROW, sale of FURNITURE, TOYS,
acc., ste._March 17
Dry Goods, Clothing, ?rc.
BY JULES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I win aell at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS, Hosiery,
Hoop and Balmoral Skirts, Satinet, Union Cloth,
Miners' Cassimere, Conestogo Masha, Ac.
Men's Cloth, Cassimere and Satinet Coats, Panta ^0
A lins ct Men's, Boys' and Children's HATS, as?
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 17ch instant, will be sold in North At - ?
lantic Wharf stores, at ll o'clock,
Two thousand bushels Western MIXED CORN.
Conditions at sale. March 17
BY J. A. ENSLOW &CO.
On TO-MORROW, 18th instant, will be sold at
Union Wharf, at ll o'clock, per account of whom
lt may concern, by recommendation of the Fort
The British brig TIMES, 162 tons register, togeth?
er with her Sails, Rigging, Spars, Anchors, Chains,
Boats, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash._March IT
A GristMill,v>ithZ64nch Stone, Grinding 125
Bushels per Day, and can be Worked by
Steam or Horse Power-all nearly Ega? ?
will be Sold at Auction.
BY SMITH & McGILLlTRAY,
No. 31 Broad-rtwet.
On TO-MORROW, the 18th inst, at their office, at IX
o'clock. Terms cash. MRI to be removed by pur?
chaser. For particulars apply as above.
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
TO-MORROtV, the IS th instant, i,t 10 o'clock, in
our Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we win sell
100 cases Assorted Fresh and Seasonable BOOT?,
SHOES, BALMORALS, GAITERS, Wax Brogans,
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Work, to which
we invite the attention of buyers. March 17
Bankrupt Stoc.c of a King-street Retail Dry
Goods Store-By order of Louis' McLain,
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auctioneers, No. 136 Bfeettnar-atreet,
Will sell TO-MORROW, 18th instant, at 10 o'clock,
THE ABOVE STOCK, removed for convenience or
An invoice of SPBING MILLINERY GOODS,
Terni; cash._March 17
Comfortable Residence near East Bay.
BY Z.B. OAKES.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 19th inst., near the old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING, No. 8, north side of society-street,
near East Bay, containing four square and two attic
rooms, pantry and dressing room On the premises
is a kitchen with four rooms, bauaes other build?
ings. Lot 25 feet front and 150 deep,
? This Property eau be treated for at private sale.
Terms-Half cash; balance in two. equal annual
instalments, with interest, payable semi-annually;
buildings to be insured ana policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for necessary papers and stamps.
Auctioneers1 prinate Sales.
Five Very Handsome Silver Dish Covers at
BY R. M, MARSHALL & BRO.,
Brokers and Comm! alon Agenta, No. 33
Being three-quirters PURE SILVER, and manufac?
tured by James Dixson fc Sons, Sheffield.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO.,)
CORNER BROAD AND EA er BAT STREETS, >
CHARLESTON, SO. CA., March 11th, 1868. j
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at S A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10; miuutes vals of ten (10) minutes
during the day till the during the day till 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P.M. M.
N.B.-Leave the Battery on each hour from 8 A.
M., to7 P. M. Every other trip from the old Post?
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Termin?t
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.05 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (IO? minutes vals of ten (10) minutes
during the day till 8.20 during the day till 9 P.M.
N. B.-Leave the Battery thirty-five (35) minutes
pas', each hour until 7.45 P. M Every other trip from
the old Postofflce.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave the Lower T&rmi
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.30 AM., and at
vals of iifteen (15) min- tntervala of fifteen (15)
ates till 7.00 P. M. minutes dil 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-AR the trips are to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postofflce.
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.35 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vals of every twenty (20)
minutes till fi.45 P.M. | rninutes till 7.30 P.M.
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, until 6.15 f.
M. The last trip of each car to the oM Postofflce.
S. W. RAMSAY,
Jauuarv 22 Secretary and Treasurer
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
For by ?Ll Grocers. 3ra9 January 3V