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NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIE
.CULATICN IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
TNG IN THE POSTOFFTCE AT THE END OF
.EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A PCIIOX SALES THIS EAT.
?ICKAT & CAMPBELL will sell this dav, at
i vheu- auction house, No. 136 Meeting-street, at
IO o'ciock, the stock of a retail dry goods
\Y. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BBUNS will sell this
^ day, at the old postoffice, at ll o'clock, a steam
pile driver; also, at new customhouse, at 12
. o'clock, 65 hhds. and 10 tierces sugar.
Z. B. OAKES will sell this day, at the old post
office, at ll o'clock, a comfortable residence.
JAMES W. G EAT (Master in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
a lot of land on the south side of Market-street.
T. M. CATEE will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9$ o'clock, sides, butter, crockery,
MTT TB DEAKE will sell this day, at his store,
oorner H?ng and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, ,
. 'dry goods, hats, ?fcc
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this dav, in front
of their stores, Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Range,
. at 9? o'clock, strips, shoulders, &c.
G. W. STEFFENS & Co. will sell this day, in
?front of their store, at 9$ o'clock, crockery, pig 1
heads, Sx. i
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell this day, at .
No. 157 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock, the stock
of a wholesale dry goods store.
A VESSEL SOLD.-The British brig Times,
one hundred and sixty-two tons register, with
her sails, ?tc, was sold here yesterday by
Messrs. J. A. Enslow & Co. for fourteen hun
-. ired dollars cash.
Br TE LEGE.ur, Messrs. Courtenay and Tren
i holm are advised of the arrival at New York of
the steamship Marmion, hence on the 15th, all
well; also, of the arrival of the steamship Sea
. Gull at Baltimore, after detention in the bay
.-by dense fogs.
COTTON Tararas ABBESTED.-Two colored
f men were arrested yesterday for having stolen
? cotton m their possession. The cotton was
?.traced to their residence at the corner of East
Bay and Longitude Lane, and was found in a
kitchen by the vigilant detectives. The thieves
? ac? held to answer for their crime.
AT A MEETING of the first Quarterly Confer?
ence of Spring-street Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, held on the 17th inst., the fol?
lowing gentlemen were elected a Board of
Stewards : George H. Graber, Thos. A. John
oon, James S. flyer, Henry E. Grainger, John
TV Darby, Charles C. Seyle, Louis D. Turner.
COBONEB'S INQUEST.-Coroner Whiting held
au inquest yesterday morning on the body of
r?_ an old negro wood-sawyer named Keitt Cha?
peau, who was found dead in his room, No. 40
Elliott-street, the body beiug partially eaten
>by rats. He had been heard groaning the
night previous, and il was supposed that he
died from exhaustion and old age. The jury
returned a verdit tothat effect.
UNMAILABLE LETTERS.-The following letters
? are held in the Charleston Postoffice on ac?
count of not being stamped or for other
Adams & Whitlock, New York, not stamped;
Brown, James, Barnwell, 8. C., illegal
-.-stamp; Hartland, Hill, Talmadge & Co., New
. York, not stamped; Parker, Dr. Columbia, S. C.,
not stamped; Turner, M. Miss, havannah. Ga., ;
illegal stamp; Thompson, Mary C. Bamberg,
. S. C., not stamped; Wallace, Rose, Columbia, ?
. S. C., not stamped; Wilhams, G. F. Rev. Bal?
timore, Md., not stamped. '
THE MTT.TJI HOUSE.-An unfounded rumor i
.. has been in circulation for the past few days i
that this popular caravansary had been closed, i
No rumor could be more cruel or unjust. A i
speculation or two in which Mr. Purcell en- !
. gaged proved to be unfortunate, and he is now
.ander a temporary cloud; but satisfactory ar- i
.- rangements have been made with his ere di- :
.tors, aod the Mills House is to remain, as it
has always been, one ot the best conducted
/hotels in the South. Mr. Purcell's reputation
. as a hotelist is so widely known that the above
. mentioned rumor would affect a host of friends
.?who have always made his house their home,
and might deter them from paying him their
^ < os cal calls. We take pleasure in assuring not
.. only that claas, but the world at large who
have heard of the Mills House, that it offers
the same inducements to travellers as it ever
did, and its hospitable doors will not be closed
: in this day and generation.
''EINTRITTSKARTE ZUB MASBXBADE DEB TEU?
TONIA, MrrrwooH, DEN 18 MEBZ, 1868, IN DEB
. SAENOSBBUHD HALL."-The above is the fear?
ful jaw-sphtting, head-cracking inscription that
last night carried one of the reporters of the
NEWS, body and soul, into the midst of as jolly
a gathering of our fun loving German citizens
as ever stirred their pedestals to waltz time.
For a full half hour he perambulated wildly
r.among all sorts of people and things, cheesed
.. in every conceivable style, and peeping out of
the most horrible enormities into which fancy
? ever shaped the human fae :-.
the array of characters was crush ir g and
miscellaneous, and as thc night progressed the
.'run grew fast and furious, always tempered,
however, with that courtesy and self-respect
weich is the characteristic of the German na?
ture. In brief, the occasion was a success,
? '.the music fine, and all who participated are
./probably loaded down with the happy memo?
ries of the night.
THE NEW BANKING HOUSE OE MESSRS. GEO.
A. TBSNHOLM & SON.-The old State Bank, at
vihe corner of Broad and East Bay streets, has
.for some time past been vocal with the sound
s of the hammer and the saw. Yesterday, the
. curiosity of a reporter induced him to enter
and inspect the building. Under the skilful
manipulation of Mr. J. H. Devereaux and of
? ..Mr. D. A. J. Sullivan, the interior has been
- considerably altered and improved. The mam
door at the corner now opens on a vestibule,
through which the visitor passes to the bank
. ing T-.ova. This is fitted np in an attractive
-manner, the railing being made of oak aud
mahogany, neither of the woods being var?
nished, but merely polished and then oiled.
The desks and other furniture aro all new, and
. were made in the building. The whole work of
reconstruction was performed by Charleston
-mechanics, and the railing trill compare favor
. ably wilh that in the First National Bank. The
iron woik was furnished by Mr. C. Werner, and
.will be bronzed gr?eu. The cotton sample
.room has leen formed by a partition running
. along the East Eay side, and will contain desks
and tables for samples. It is a light airy room
. and admirably adapted for the purpose. In the
rear of the banking room are the private offices
. and other necessary rooms, which are to be
. eleeantly fitted up. It is expected that the
. counting house will be opeu3d for business
purposes on Saturday, as the larger portion of
.the work is completed and the finishinsr touch?
es will not occupy many days. The basement
will be occupied by Messrs. Holmes & Mac?
beth, as brokers .rad commission agents, and
by Mr. John H. Devereaux, builder, as an office.
No use Baa been yet assigned to the second
story; but we trust that the business of the
-city will soon warrant the re-establishment ol
the merchants' reading room.
Troubles I? the "Wigwam.
"SOME?ODR GT WINE TO BE HURT"-CCBIOTTS REVE?
LATIONS-TEX INTELLIGENT COLORED MES
DISSATISFIED-NEW CANDIDATES TO BE NOMI?
NATED-WHAT WILL THE WHITE CITIZENS DO?
"Something's up."""The row has begun.
The Radical managers are already ?D bot water,
and the probabilities are that the cooks mil
spoil the broth. Au informal caucus of the
State Central Committee, the Grand Council of
the Union League, and members of the Con?
vention, was held at the Club House on Tues?
day evening, and tho pow-wow waa auythmg
but peaceful. Grave charges were made
against some of the grand tycoons of the new
party, and threats of public exposure were
mingled with curses loud and deep. It appears,
or rather it is alleged, that money has been
freely collected from sundry individuals for
electioneering purposes and the payment of ?
miscellaneous "incidentals," connected with
the several plays that have been performed
upon the Radical boards, and that the trea?
surers have refused to render an account
thereof, all of which has very much dis?
gruntled the actors in the new drama, and
aroused suspicions of foul play.
What is to be done in the premises, ye depo?
nent knoweth not, but it is evident in the lan?
guage of one the indignant delegates that
"somebody's gwine to be hurt." Even the
colored men are discovering that, for the last
three years, they have taken the bread from
the mouths of their wives and children to sup?
port a class of men who, rotten to the coie, are
to-day still feeding on the very comport of poli?
tical corruption. They are the men who prom?
ised lands for votes,, who pledged all sorts of
impossible things to secure a place in the con?
vention, and have finally turned out first
cl.<-:s demagogues, whose chief ambition
is to secure for themselves the kernel of the
nut and throw the shells to the poor "nigger."
Some day the scales will fall from the eyes of
the now blind freedman. Some day he will
learn that his truest friends are neither of his
own color, nor in the ranks of the Radical par?
ty; and some day he will turn his back in ha?
tred and disgust upon those who have specu?
lated upon his ignorance, and made him the
tool to further their designa.
Already some of the most intelligent colored
men in Charleston, while satisfied with the
general tone of the constitution, express their
amazement at the character of the persons
who, scum-like, have drifted to the surface in
the political maelstrom, and claim the suffrages
of the Radical party. Already the dissecting
knife has been applied and the discovery made
that beneath the fair skins of delegates and can?
didates there are black hearts; that within
skulls whence came forth noisy harangues
about the rights and Uberties of the
people, lay a moss of brain, dense, torpid, un?
burned by a ray of honest virtue, and unen?
lightened by an average amount of mental cul?
ture. Already these true representative col?
ored men have determined to cut loose from
the ties which bind them to the support of ]
such "regular" nominations, as likewise in?
volve the support of ignorant and irresponsi?
ble nominee : and in all probability the next
ten days will witness a movement made for the
purpose of bringing out candidates for various
offices who will justly, fairly and well repre?
sent the interests of all the people.
We hope that something of this character
will be speedily done not only by the colored
residents but by the white citizens. Every
man owes it to himself, to his family, and to
his city and State, to go promptly to work in
the matter, and as far as in his power hes,
assist in etommiug the current now at its
flood. We have leas than thirty days in which
lo do this great duty, therefore let it be done
with a will. Let clubs be formed in every ward
ind district-yea, on every square, first to
secure the registration of every mon entitled
;o a vote, and secondly to determine for whom
:o vote. Organize 1 organize 1 organize 1 should
aow be the watchword, and we trust that every
man in the length and breadth of the State will
heed the call.
F.JS.-Since writing the above, we learn that
during the caucus above referred to, Robert
Smalls, a colored delegate from Beaufort, gave
public notice that his district would not sup?
port C. C. Bowen as a candidate for Congress.
The inhabitants of James and Johns Islands
are likewise opposed to the nominee, and Col
leton is said to be "shakev."
THETHEATBE.- The "Octoroon' drew a good
house last night, and Mrs. Gladstane, as Zoe,
proved that she Him a" thorough artiste, and
could fill any role. This play has attracted
considerable attention in the South, and is one
of the best ever written by Dion Bourcicanlt.
The company sustained their different casts
admirably, and the negro character was faith?
fully portrayed. It is one of the most in?
teresting dramas that has been introduced
this season, and its repetition is earnestly de?
sired by those who were present last night.
IMPORTANT FTBE REGULATIONS_THE Cm
DIVIDED INTO THREE FIRE DISTRICTS.-At a
meeting of the Board of Fire Masters, held
last night at the Market Hall, a number of
regulations were adopted which will materially
increase the efficiency of tho department. The
bell3 will sound alarms as usual, but ? hen tho
fire is of some importance twelvo bells will be
struck in addition to the number of the ward.
A division of the city into tire districts hos
been adopted, and engines assigned tn each
section, as follows : The first district extends
from the Battery to Calhoun-street, Meeting
street beiug the dividing Une. It embraces
Wards 1 and 2. The Palmetto. Young Ameri?
ca, Phonix, German and Vigilant are assigned
to duty in thia district. The second district is
on the west side of Meeting-3treet, between
Calhoun-street and the Battery. The compa?
nies assigned to it ore the iEtna, Hope, Pio?
neer, StonewalLand City Engines Nos. 5 and 4.
The third district comprises wards 5, 6, 7 and
8, which are garrisoned by the Washington,
Marion, Eagle, and City Engines Nos. S and 9.
The-Board thought it unadvisable at the
present time to make any change in the de?
partment and the companies will continue to
occupy their respective houses.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.- yhaneslon IIo'.eL- J.
L. LandsdeU, Georgia; J. R. Mitner, Union,
S. C.; P. J. Crowell, Boston; E. Bridges
and William McRae, North Carolina; G. G.
HaU, New York; W. J. Walker, Washington,
D. C.; J. R. Boudam, Marlborough; P. Merritt
and Miss Harris, Vermont; J. F. Goodwin and
H. L. Stearnes, Richmond, Va.; W. Murchison,
Marlborough; H. Dewing, city; A. Lavany,
Boston; Geo. A. Boardman, Canada; H. Bliss,
Massachusetts; L. Skrine, C. E. PUmpton, G.
E. Plimpton, and E. C. Drew and wife, Boston;
Chas. Spencer and wile, Miss Spencer, W. A.
Surethru8t aud C. H. Spencer, Philadelphia;
W. R. Durfey, New York; Wm. Chisolm, Bos?
ton; Theo. F. Conklin, Baltimore; T. J. John?
son, At jens. Ga.
Pavi ion Hotel.-Jno. R. Cochran, Anderson,
S. C.; L. Brother, Colleton; J. T. McDowell,
city; C. E. Lartigue, Blackville; B. P. Jennings,
Orangeburg; J. W. Ball, Edgefield; James A.
Mo8ely, Aiken; S. S. Owens, California; J. E.
Scott.'vv'ilhanisbuig; E. T. Jaques. St. Louis;
Jae. Allen. FloreneH. Campbell, *iie ana
enid. Darlington; E. J. Williams. South Caro?
lina; H. Y. York. Florida; J. P. Leo. barnwell;
D. L-iiiis, 0:a-ige'i>uig; Peter Leanagh, Co?
Milts Hnufe.-L. C. Northrop and F. Morgan,
citv; H. L. Chichester, New York; A. A. Mr.rht,
Wilmington. N. C.; Charles H. Matthews, New
York; Willum M. Reave and Nathaniel Brown,
Philadelphia; James W. Frazier and J. S. Cos?
Tax FLEE COMMISSION which was called by
Chief Nathaus to investigate the recent incen?
diary attempt in Warren-street, made a report
to the Mayor yesterday. A number of wit?
nesses were examined, but the testimony elicit?
ed was not stroug enough to convict either
the colored man, Wright, or the white boy,
Phillip Sacks, who were suspected. The fire
was clearly the work of an incendiary, but it
was so adroitly managed that the author will
probably be never known.
MATOB'S COUBT.-A riotous individual made
himself generally disagreeable at the comer
of East Bay and the market, and tried to
swindle a colored brother hythe strap game.
He was fined $10 for his evil intentions.
A citizen, whose taste for swines flesh led hiT
to keep some porkers in his lot, found that the
practice was reprehensible, and he was ordered
to forfeit his right and title to the hogs.
An old nong says that "?f you wish to be
happy be good," but Mayor Cogswell has de?
cided that nippiness and cleanliness are hence?
forth to be associated, and all individuals who
neglect to keep their houses in good order are
to be reminded of their duty by a fine. One
of the derelict burghers was compelled to pay
$10 for an untidy yard.
A few cases of St. Patrick on the brain were
reported, but the potations were not sufficient?
ly deep to make the offenders more thin tight,
and they escaped with fight fines.
Three cases of Bellina liquor without a li?
cense were tried. One of the publicans had
paid $80 on his license and was fined $20 to
make it even money. The others could not
plead that excuse, and were charged $100 each
for evading city laws.
UNITED STATES COUBT-HON. GEO. S. BEVAN
PBEsn?rso.-The court convenad at the usual
hour, and the following cases in bankruptcy
were read, and on motion of their respective
counsel were referred to W. J Clawson, Regie
Dr. Julius C. Blakely.of Chesterfield-Messrs.
Wilhams A Allison, solicitors.
Warren Boyd, of Pickens-W. 0. Eeitt, Esq.,
Bella Sizer, of Lancaster- -Wilhams A Alli?
Jas. B. Moore, of Abbeville-T. C. Perrin,
Wm. C. Moseley, of Abbeville-T. C. Perrin,
The following appointment of assignees was
also made :
Jno. T. Petterson, assigne a for Jacob Hehler,
Robt. L. Luther, assignee for Levi Loving
Bobt. L. Luther, assignee for Drayton T.
Silas Johnson, assignee for Dr. Pressley B.
David J. Winn, assignee for Jas. A. Bowers,
Loma McLain, assignee for Evert E. Bed?
Robt. E. Fraser, assignee for Seaman Deas,
Jno. Campeen, assignee for H. L. Jeffers &
H. C. Salmond, assignee for Wm. E. John?
P. V. Dibble, assignee for David Stivender,
P. V. Dibble assignee for Irvin A. Till, bank?
Louis McLain, assignee for John Wallach,
D. T. Auld, assignee for Jno. UL Erwin,
Bobt. E. Fraser, assignee for Richard G.
The last ten assignees were appointed by
Registrar R. B. Carpenter.
Jno. Brinsden was made a citizen of the
United States on his subscribing to the cus?
THE COLOEED SCHOOLS OF THE BUREAU ex
SOUTH CABOUNA.-We have been turnished
with the monthly statement of the Education?
al Department of the Freedmen's Bureau, by
Mr. Reuben Tomlinsop, Superintendent of Ed?
ucation, from which we gather the following
interesting particulars. There are in this State
fifty-six colored schools, twenty of which are
of the higher class. There are one hundred
and thirty-eight teachers-one hundred and
one white and thirty-seven colored-with au
enrolled attendance of seven thousand seven
hundred and sixty-nine pupils, and an average
actual attendance of five thousand eight hun?
dred and fifty-four. Of the pupils, nine hun
dred and forty-one are over sixteen years of J
age and are in different stages of advancement,
a large proportion hoing abie toread and write.
The sexes are nearly equally divided, there be?
ing three thousand five hundred and ninety
nine males and four thousand one hundred and
seventy females. Forty-one Sunday schools
have been established in connection with the
day schools and ..re attended by three thousand
two hundred and seventy-one pup?s. Those
schools embrace only those that come under
the immediate control of the Bureau, and
there are others not reported that will swell
the lint of pupils to nearly double the number
The Bureau schools are scattered over the
State, being generally located in tho prominent
towns and villages, five being in Charleston
while each of the districts have at least one,
the sea islands having tue lion's share. The
school buildings are either rented or built by
the Bureau, which also supplies the necessary
books and furniture. Tho salaries ot the
teachers are in every instance paid by the dif?
ferent religious associations who have sent
them out. During the past year the expense
to the Bureau for educational purposes was
eighteen hundred dollars; but of this amount
about six hundred dollars has been re?
funded by the tuition fees paid.
A large school building has been put np in
Columbia with accommodations for seveu
hundred pupils; another at Camden, for three
hundred pupils. Tho large building in Bull
street will be opened to the public in about
three weeks time, and contracts for another
have been signed. Under the new constitution
we have a State Superintendent of Education
who will no doubt be able to obtain the school
buildings from the Bureau and commence his
official career with some edat.
NOTICES rn BANKBUPTCV.-Meetings of the
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will be held
at the office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 50 Broad-strcjt, ou the days and
at the hours named :
Dalt. I Hour.
\Of who.', place.
To-day j 9 A-M-lHughsoa, Wm. E.Sumter.
To-daylil0A.M.|Hume. E. G.'. Georgetown.
To-rtayJl2 M. ! Howell, tamer 8.Charleston.
To-day 2 P.M. Bursess, John A.Clarenden.
To-day, 3 P.M. Eosterliug, H. R. Bennetts ville.
1 o-day ll A.M. Christmass, R. L.Sumter.
To-day 1 P.M. White, Wm. T.Charleston.
Mar. 20?li A.M. Eembort, Jas. C..?uniter.
Mar. 20, 9 A.M. firowij, George W_sumter.
Mar. 2?|10AM Pollock, A. A. Ciieraw.
Mar. 20 19 H. Murray, W. B.sumter.
Mar. 20 2 P.M. .'. lover. F. H.Walterooro*.
Mar. 2u 1P.M. DeLormu& Moses_Sumter.
Mar. 20 3 P.M John ?. Lafitte. Gratiam'i.
Mar. 20 ll A.M. llembert. Jumes E.... Sumter.
Mar. 21 1. A.ii McLeod Wade H.... Sumter.
Mar. 21 U.A.M. James, Wm. W. E_Sumter.
Mar. 21 9 A.M- Easterlin, Howell.Orangebarg
Mar. 2' 12 M. John-ou, Peter.Marlboro'.
Mar. Ol IP.M Wells, Irby S.sumter.
Mar. 2T 9 A.M. Trini, Wm. J.Charleston.
Mar. 27 10 A.M. Gaskin, John.Flat Roes.
Mar. 27 11A.M. Dye. James U .| Camden.
Mar. 27; 12 M.| branch. Dom? W_Hampton.
Mar. 27 1 p.MJGrtwu, Joseph I.'Charleston.
Mar. 27 2 p.LLlFord, btorhiuus.'G-?Or^etcwn.
Mar. 27| 3 P.M iLevia, Xuth'i.. Jr.iC!iar:e*:on.
Mar. 28. y A.M. Fuuuiug, John .uniiqebur^.
Mar. 38:10A.at.lArgoe, Ed. Orangebuv?.
Mar. 28,11 A.M.:Philhps. Josej)hW...,Oringeburg.
Mar.28)12 M.Baker, J-.hu G.charleston.
ApL 1 I 9 A.M. i White, P.. D.(Charleston.
Api. 1 iii A.M.|G:-nt, Joiin G. Utrlboro*.
Ap!. 1 ll A M. ?Hu??:, Chas. M.tum ter.
Apl. 1 12 M Jeinsen. Peter.Marlboro'
ApL 1 1 i'. M.|Kii<g. Jno. G.Wright's Bluff
Ap:.?; 10 AX. Kelly. Henry.iClareudou.
Apl. 6 ll A.M. Kce'.a. Jas. H.j Williamsburg.
ApL (> IP.M lHu??iu$, H. H.i Clarendon,
THE CASE or COLLINS.-The Marion Star is
informed that General Canby has consented to
release Mr. Edward Collins, of that District,
on bail, who has been confined in Castle Pinck
ney for seven or eight months for an alleged
crime, said to have been committed since the
surrender of the Confederate army. Doubt?
less the friends of Mr. Collins and his helpless
family will be pleased to hear this news.
ANOTHER "WHAT IS IT ?"-Some of the "toil?
ers by the sea" succeeded yesterday in decoy?
ing one of the ancient inhabitants of the briny
deep from his native element. None of the
piscatorial venders had ever seen his like be?
fore, and he was brought to the city and ex?
hibited in the market to a wondering crowd,
who thought with Hamlet that there were more
things in the sea than were dreamed of in
their philosophy. This "Caliben" of the ocean
was a compromise between a fish and some?
thing else it was like, and yet it was not; but
it would have made the fortune of some enter?
prising Barnum. Its lateral fins were elongated
and furnished with some resemblance of fin?
gers. Altogether the monster was a curiosity
and deserves the attention of some taxider?
mist or other "stuffer" and a conspicuous place
in the College museum.
OPENING OF THE CO-OPERATIVE STORE-ITS
FUTURE AN UNDOUBTED SUCCESS.-We had the
pleasure last evening of attending the opening
of the co-operative store. After months of
anxious expectation, the ball has at length
been set in motion, and the members now see
the beginning of the end. The store is a fix?
ed fact, and though but a small portion of their
goods have arrived, the association deemed it
best to open at once with the stock on hand.
The establishment is on the south side of Mar?
ket-street, in the building formeriy occupied
by Mr. Mohrtens, but it has beera refitted and
painted, so that it now wears a new and hand?
Mr. W. H. Welch has been elected storekeep?
er, and will be assisted by Mr. John B. Wig
falL Both of these gentlemen have a large
experience in the grocery business, aud will
devote their entire time to their customers.
A casual glance around the store showed that
it was fitted up with great taste. The goods
displayed weie evidently of the best quality,
and will be sold at the lowest market rates.
The Co-operative Association have determined
that their project shall succeed, and have
boldly put their shoulders to the wheel. They
have opened a grocery store for the reason
that it would be of the most present service to
the members, but will add other branches ot
business in due time. Their prospects are
good, and while they stand together there is
no fear of a failure. The store will be opened
to the public this morning, and a cordial in?
vitation is extended to inspect the stock.
Now, that this enterprise bas been so suc?
cessfully inaugurated, we trust that its exam?
ple will be imitated in other portions of the
city. If not, the present association, as eoon
as the funds enable them to do so, will take it
upou themselves to extend the benefit of the
co-operative system by opening additional
THE DAILY NEWS was the first to eutrgeiit the
importance of the undertaking, and recom?
mend it to the consideration of the working
classes, and we shall watch with special care
every development which indicates the pro?
gress and success of the association.
PHOTNIX FIBE COMPANY.-The monthly meet?
ing of this active and meritorious fire compa?
ny, last evening, was distinguished by a pro?
cedure which so creditably illustrates the spirit
of our Fire Department as well as that gener?
osity which so generally distinguishes our
community, that we deem it worthy of special
notice and commendation.
When the routine business had been dispos?
ed of, President Tupper stated that some days
since he was informed that a silver trumpet
which had been presented by the company to
their esteemed and lamented ex-President P..
Wainwright Bacot, would be offered for sale at
auction, and determined that it should be par
chased, at whatever cost, for the purpose of J
being presented by the company to the widow |
of tbe deceased, as a testimonial of respect and
esteem. That he had requested Mr. Wilmot
G. DeSaussure to ask the auctioueer, when the
trumpet was presented for sale, to read the in?
scription upon it, which was done, SB follows:
Presented to President R. Wainwright Bacot
by the officers and members of the Phonix
Fire Company of Charleston, S. C., in token of
the high esteem and respect in which he is
held by them. May 14,1810.
Mr. DeSaussure then announce! that he was
authorized and directed by President Tupper
to purchasf! the trumpet, at any cost, on be?
half of the Phoenix Fire Company, for tho pur?
pose of presentiug it to the widow of their es?
teemed ex-President, and that he would start
the bidding at one debar. Whereupon there
was a spontaneous burst from the audience,
"Knock it down at once to the Pheonix," and
there being no competition, this magnificent
specimen of art, which originally cost one
hundred and eighty dollars, was awarded to
the company. President Tupper then present?
ed the trumpet, and said it was at the disposai
of the company.
Vice-President Hasel thereupon offered a
?solution, that thc company approve the ac?
tion of the President, and that he be directed,
cn behalf of the company, to present the
trumpet to the widow of the deceased, as a
testimony of their appreciation of the sei vices
of their lamented ex-President, and c* 'heir
respect and sympathy for herself.
This resolution was seconded by ex-Pr<.
dent William E. Holmes, and the vote bein,
taken there was not a dissenting voice.
If you waut cheat. Blank BOOHS;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, 4c; or, MILLER'S Aimaaac;
li you waut Printiaff executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern ol ruling, go to EIBAM HABBXS, Agent,
No. 59 Broad-strec*:.
LARGE AUCTION SALE OF DEY Cooa;. -Messrs.
M?nor & Co. will seU to-day the entire stock of
dry goods In the store occupied by Messrs.
Noyes & Vail. The stock embraces every arti?
cle known to the trade, and the attention of
the trade is directed to the sale. The sale will
be held at the store of Messrs. Noyes & Vail,
No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite the Charles?
?T N O T I C E.-l, MARY ANN FLYNN,
wife o: THOMAS FLYNN, resid?a? at No. 93 Market
sireet, formerly carrying on business as Billiard
Saloon and Tavern Keeper, Nos. 128 ?nd 127 Meet
Inff-etreet, do hereby givo notice that I intend to
trade and carry on business as a Sole Trader in one
month from the date hereof.
MARY ANN FLYNN.
Febrairr r> ?? _tuths Imo
SS- A NOViLTY.-THE LITEST AIND
most effectual remedy tor the cure ot debility, loss
of app?tit ;, headache, torpor o: tac liver, etc., ts
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC EITTERS. For sale by all
CS-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Mea, oa Phrswlogiial Errors, abuses and
D:incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
whl 'li create laipaliniest' to UA5BIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Seat in --eaied letter envelopes free
ot char.*. Addr-w Dr. J. MLTLILN HOUGHTON,
Bo;v.ird Ass.r.aii-m. rhUo,l?::>iiU, Pr
January Jl 3mo?
SMALL-Died Of Typhoid Fever, on Wednesday,
18th inst., WILLIAM C. SMALL, aged 44 years and
?37*The Friends and Acquaintances of |
Mr. and Mr. WM. C. SMALL are respectfully invited
to attend the Funeral Services of die former, at half
past Three o'clock This Afternoon, t.t the Glebe-street
Presbyterian Church. March 19
FOAED.-Died, at the Charleston Hotel, on the
18th instant, Professor A. J. FOAED, M.D., of Balti?
A3?The Friends and Acquaintances of |
the deceased, and those of Major J. P. HORBACH,
are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, at the
Church of the Holy Communion, at UK o'clock A.
M. This Day. Carriages will lea vu the Hotel at ll
o'clock. March 19
?-NOTICE.-FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
of Correspondents, au authorized .'Postoffice messen?
ger, will, until further notice, be found daily (except
Sundays) at the hours given below, at the office of the
City Bailroad, corner of East Bay end Broad Streets,
to receive and convey to the Postof lee letters and pa?
pers intended for the mails, viz :
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Augusta,
Savannah, and Western, from 8 A. M., to 9 A. M.
For the South Carolina Railroa?l Maila-Columbia
and Greenville, from 3 P. M., to 41?. M.
For the South Carolina Bailroad Mails-Augusta
and Western, from 5 P. M., to 6 P. M. .
For the Early Morning Mails-from 7 P. M. to 8
P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
US' CIRCULA B.-THE EXTENT TO
which the adulteration of Liquors ls carried on in
this country makes it the duty of the purchaser to
investigate the merits of the article offered for sale.
It is a well known fact that many or the Brandies,
(Vines, &c. are manufactured from French extracts,
essential oils and alcohol, which ii poisonous, there?
by causing many injurious effects
The .public is justly suspicious of nearly every?
thing put up for sale under the mme of Liquors and
the trade has been brought mix disrepute, and in
order to insure to those who desl?e a Pure Article, it
ls only necessary for us to say that we Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, sud warrant them per?
fectly pure, as originally import?e'.
WM. S. COBW1N s CO.,
No. 275 King-street, Ch uleston, 8. 0.
March 16 Branch of No. 900 Broadway, N. Y.
MS- NO CURE NO PAY.-DB. FORRESTS
"JUNIPER TAB" is warranted to cure Cough,
Croup, Throat and Lung Dise lees, of whatever
nature, if not hopelessly bed-ride en, or the price will
bo positively refunded. INSTAN TANEOUS R"RTJTTF
PRODUCED. Try it, and if not satisfied return the
.ittpty bottles and get your money back. For sale
by druggists everywhere.
Price per bottle-33 cents.
L. CULPIN k CO., Gsusral Agents.
No. 20 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 theta 3mos
?3?A FALLACY-SOME PEOPLE THINK
that Chronic Dyspepsia may te cured by exercise
and diet alone. This is a mil take. The Stomach
must be stimulated aud r?gul?t? d, and the liver and
the discharging organs put in good working order be?
fore a cure can be effected. Suc'i is the operation of
"They tone the stomach, set the liver right,
And put the stomach in sucti a healthful plight,
That good digestion waits aa appetite."
Many persons fancy that Ft ver and Ague con be
avoided by adopting unusual precautions against
damp and cola. Never was there a greater fal?
lacy. There is no absolute scfoguard against ma?
larious maladies, except HOST ETTEE's BITTERS.
"To brace the frame and m ike it ague-proof,
To keep the cauces of dis ea ie aloof,"
There is nothing like this get isl vegetable invigor
ant So, too, in esses where th ire ls a predisposition
to biliousness; the constituti mal tendency is com?
ba tied and held in check by tte alterative action of ?
Diet and regimen are power Ul allies of judicious
medical treatment when the j reservation of health
in insalubrious localities ls thi i object in view. But
they will not answer the de tired end alone. Use
them as aids to the BITTERS, but do not rely upon
the efficacy of any formula tba does not include thi
The BITTERS consist of ai unadulterated vege?
table essence (unrivalled omnng stimulants), medi?
cated solely with herbs and t oots of acknowledged
virtue as tonics. It ls agreeab le to the taste and per?
fectly harmless. Even to rh adren of delicate con?
stitutions lt may be given rich perfect impunity.
Lu fact, with these, as with thc se of older growth, its
wonder!ul r?cup?rant proper des are at once appa?
rent._6 March 16
?-EAST INDIAN 8ECLECY.-A CERTAIN
and sure cure for every kin? i of RHEUMATISM in
the shortest time ; compiled from the original re?
ceipt. Apply at No. 35 MARE ET-STBEET.
?T ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. -PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest rates paid te DOUBLOONS and all
kinds or GOLD AND SILVEB.
TAYLOR b CO., Bankers,
No. 16 Wall street,
October li? lyr New York.
?5? rHE GREAT PRESERVER OF
HEALTH. - TARRANTS El FERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT can olwayi be relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all ca^ee
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
ache, Indije-tion, Soar Stomach, Liver Comp.aint.
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
Iuflamatory Complaints whero a gentle cooling ca?
thartic is required; so says tho Chemist, so says the
Physician, so says the great American Public of the
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in the
house. Before life is imperilled, deal judiciously
wi th the symptoms; remember that the slight internal
disorders of to-day may become an obstinate incura?
ble disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the tole proprietors, TAB
BANT & CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green?
och and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mo February 22
'Miling an?s, /nmisljing (Mrs.
rpHE ATTENTION OF OUR CUSTOM?
ERS AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO OUR
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Which we have replenished with GARMENTS OF
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, and are 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,
BOWS. H AND S ERCHIEFS,
SHIRTS. AND COLLARS.
OF NEW AND HANDSOME STYLES.
MciM, Wimms & mm,
WO. 8 7 0 Kia G.
C0RNTR OF ElASEL-STREET,
CHABLESZOX, S. C.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Eats, ??c.
BY MIIES DRAKE.
THIS! MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of Eins and Liberty-streets,
? general assortment of CRT GOOD-, Hocrpskirts,
Hosiery, Coats. Pants, Vests, Notions, Hats, kc
On TO-MORBOWI will sell,
125 cases BOOTS AND SHOES, desirable stock,
jost received direct from manufacturers.
50 cases Men's, Boys' and Children's HATS.
Bankrupt Stock of a King-.ttreet Retail Dry
Goods Store-By order cf Louis Mc La in,
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Meeting, street,
Will sell THIS DAY, the 19th lestant, at 10 o'clock,
THE ABOVE STOCK, removed for convenience of |
An invoice of 8PRING MILLINERY GOODS.
1 Large MIRROR, French Plite, 7 by 32? feet
Bogs Salt, Peas, Ac.
Terms cash. March 19
Stock of a Wholesale Dni Goods House.
BY JOHN G. MIL!*UR & CO.
THIS DAT. the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell, at the More No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite
the Charleston Hotel,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MESSRS. NOYES k VAIL,
coirsnrnKo nt vieux OF :
CASSI MERES. Satinets, Memoes, Worsted Stuff
Goods, Cambrics, Jaconets, Mut Uns, Colored Lawns,
Einen Drills, Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Den?
ims, Ticking, Apron Checks, Kentucky Jeans, White
Linens, Linen Diaper, Shirring Stripes, Linen Cam?
bric and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Buttons, Spool Cottons, Soaps, Perfumeries, fancy
Notions, Ac, Ac.
The sale will be continued from day to day until
tho entire Stock ls sold, and is worthy the attention
of the City and Country Trade.
Conditions cash on delivery._March 19
Balance of Stock of Jewelry Store.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES.
On FRIDAY, 20th mst,, will be sold at our office. No.
56 Broad-street, at io % o'clock.
The remaining STOCK of a JEWELRY STORE,
Gold and Silver Ware, WATCHES, Brooches, Pins,
Rings, Chains, Studs, Ac, Ac.
20 cards of imported POCKET KNIVES and La?
dies' and Gentlemen's Scisscrs.
Terms cash. March 19
BY R. M. MARSHALL & B?0.
On TUESDAY, Sith inst, at ll o'clock, will be sold
at the Exchange, Broad-street,
The TWO-STOBY RESIDENCE No. 63 CHA.R
LOTTE-STRZEI, being on the south side, a few
doors east of Meering. The Dwelling has four
rooms, besides dressing room and pantry. There
are also ample servants' accommodations. The Lot
measures 4o feet front, and back by 110 feet
Conditions-One-third cash ; the balance, by bon8,
in one and two yean, with Interest semi-annually;
secured by mortgage of the property; buildings to
be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
B. M. M. k Bro. for papers and stamps.
BY B. M. MARSHALL Ss BRO.
On TUESDAY, 24th Inst, at ll o'clock, win be sold
at the Exchange. Broad-street,
1 he HOUSE No. SO Smith-street, being on the
east side, between Morris and Cannon. The House
contabas four square rooms. There are also ample
servant accommodations. Tho lot measures 30 by
81 feet more or less.
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 17 tustuS
Estate Sale by order of the Executor-Souse
tn Rutledge Avenue.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, Sith 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 CO 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 lu one, two
and three years, secured by mortgage of the prem?
ises; builoings to be Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
I'.VDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Schulte vs. Jones.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th
day or April, 1868, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the east of |
Rudedge-Btreet, in this city, m ea raring In front on
Butledge-etreet 40 feet the same on the back Une,
and in depth from east to west ISO feet; bounding
west on Rutledge-Btreet; east on lands of James M.
Curt?a and David Lopez; sonta on lauds of T. O'Bry?
an, and north on lands of J. H. b chu 1 te.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest from day of sale, payable semi?
annually, secure i by bond of pure ha-or and mort?
gage ol the premises. Any buildings thereon to be
insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
taxes and for papers and sumps.
March 19 th3tul Maab>r in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Munzenmeytr vs. Klein.
Will be sold under the direction ol' the undersigned,
at the old Cuslomhouse, on ICE-DAY, the 7th
dar of April. 1368, at ll A. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate on the south side of bpring-stroet,
in this cit)-, and immediately adjoining to the west
on the lot at tho corner of St Philip and Spring
streets, measuring in front on Spring-street 39 toet,
and in depth about 58 feet.
Terms- One-third cosh; the balance in two equal
successive annual instalments, with interest from
the day of sale, payable annually, secured by bond
of purchaser and mortgage of premises. Buildings
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay taxes, and for papers ond stamp?.
March 19 th3 tal Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Creasy vs. Bradwell.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 9th
day of April, 1868, at ll A. M.,
All that TRA OT OF LJND, situate In St Stephen's
Parith, Charleston District containing about 403
acrrs, more or less, as per plat of George C. Smith.
Deputy Surveyor, dated-, known as "Hopton;"
bounding to the north om tantee River, to the eaat
on land of - Owens, to the south on the River
Rood, and to the west on lands of - Buoch.
Terms-One-third cash ; the balance in one and
two years, with interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually; secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of premises. Purchaser to pay taxes and for papers
and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
March 19_ih4_Master tn Equity."
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brooks et al. vs. Jones et al.
WUT be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th
dav of April, 1868, at ll A. M.
L All that fine LOT OF LAND, with the twc--8tory
dwelling, with attics and outbuildings, situate on the
north side of Reid-street, next east of Nassau-street
lu this city; measuring in front on Reid street 58
feet by 170 feet tn depth, moreor less. Bounding
south on Reid-street north on lands now or late of j
Thomas ?. aine, west on Linda now or lite of Chrietz
bergh, and cast on lands of Ellsworth.
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a haU
story dwelling, shop and outbuildings, .-it uar eon
the la-: siJe of Meeting-street next south of W. S.
Ktu rey's foundry; measuring In front on Meeting*
street 30 feet, by 143 feet in depth, more or less,
bounding >orth on lands of W. K Henerey, south
on lot numbered 9, in a plan of landa of the ?ate
Robert Swetoise, now or late of WilUs, and west on
Terms-One-third cash; balance ia one and two
yoirs, with interest fi om date, payable annually, se?
cured by bond of purchasers and mortgage of the
premises. Building to be insured and poUcles as?
signed. Purchasers to pay taxes and for papers and
Stamn?. JAMES TUPPER,
March 19 th3 ral Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Farrell v?. Kerrigan.
W?1 be sold, under the direction nf the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the
26th day oi March. 110$, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buUdings there?
on, situate on the soum side of Oeorge-street in
this city, known by the So. 21, measuring in front on
said street 31 feet, and in depth 1G0 teet more or
less; bounding north on George-street; south on
land now or late of John Hunter; east on land now
or late of Mrs. BeU ; and west on lands now or late of
A. McDonald, estate ol' A. Y. Walton aud estate of
Terms-One-four h :ash; balance in one, two
and three years, witj interest f om day of sale, pay?
able semiannually; secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises; buildings to be insured
ani poUcy assigned. :?archa3er to p y taxes, and
for pjp^rs and stamps. JA MES I UPPER.
March 5 tb3 Master in Lquity.
MARULE M.1ML1.S. MOAT
NESTS, HEADSTONES, ?Sic.
4 FINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
A ccn?tau-lv on haul a: & KLABER'> Ware
..oom, No. 54 Firs: avenue, near Tliira-street, New
York. Cali ind examine below buying e-s*wbe'*'
February 3 bm
Sides, Shoulden, Bellies, Butter, Lard, Cheese
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold, THIS DAT, on Brown's Wharf, at X
past 9 o'clock,
- boxes C. B. SIDES
80!) new SHOULDERS, sugar-cured
10 boxes New lork sugar-cured Bellies
IS firkins choice Orange Co. sele?ted Butter
15 firkins choice State selected Bator
10 firkins choice Delaware and Table Butter
12 tube extra Orange County Butter
This Butter is all fresh and just landed from
Champion, Manhattan and Moneka.
40 tubs Kettle Lard, aa good as Leaf
?0 boxes Cheese
8 crates open Graniteware, such as Ewers and
Basins, Chambers, Bowls, Truffi?re, ftc.
ConJt?ons cash._ March 19
Strip), Shoulders, Sides, ?rc.
JEFFORDS & GO.
Will sell THIS DAT, in front of their Store, at 9J?
10 BOXES CHOICE STREPS
800 Choice Smoked Shoulders
4 hhds. Sides
10 hali barrels Pigs Feet
15 boxes Dry Salted Cumberland
38 boxes State Cheese
20 barrels Sugar it;23
100 boxer Herrings.
Crockery, Pig Heads, Strips, Shoulder i, fjc.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
Win sell THIS DAT, in front of their Store, at 9X
o'clock A. M.,
3000 lbs. Pig Heads
10,000 lbs Pig Strips and Shoulders
10 half bbls Soused Og Feet
5 boxes Codfish
50 bbls Flour
_5 boxes Bolognas._ March 19
W. T. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold by auction, THIS DAY, 19th instant,
at 12 o'clock M., at new Customhouse Stores,
65 hhds. and 10 tierces SUGARS, damaged
on board brig "Isabel Buermann" on her late voy?
age nom Bagua la Grande, bound to Kew York.
Sold for account of whom it may concern.1
Conditions at sale. ' .
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
. Under Decree in Admiralty.
W. Y. LEITCH &R. S. BRUNS,
WIQ be sold at Auction. THIS DAY, 19th instant,
at II o'clock, at the Old Postof&oe,
A NEW STEAM PILE DRIVER, length 48 feet?
oread th 15 feet, depth 3 feet 6 buhes; two high
pressure engines, 6 inch cylinders, 12 inch stroke,
length of darrick 48 feet, space for logs 15 inches,
hammer weight 2000 pounds; flat bottom, sheathed
with heavy fine, propelled by her own power, speed
4 miles per hour.
Terms cash-Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps._'_ March 19
Comfortable Residence near East Bay.
BY Z.B. OAKES.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 19th Inst, near the old
Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
That COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING, No. 8, north aide M Soclery-strtet,
near East Bay, containing four square and two attic
rooms, pantry and dressing room. On the premises
is a kitchen with four rooms, be.-ldes other build?
ings. Lot 25 feet front und 150 deep.
Thia Property can be treated for at private sale.
Terms-Half cash; balance In two equal annual
instalments, with interest, payable semi-annually;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for neceetary papers and stamps.
UNDER DECREE EV EQUITY.
D. Lopa vs, B. Foley.
THIS DAY, the 19th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the old Customhouse.
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the south side
of Market-street, measuring in front 23 feet 7 Inches, j
on the back line 21 feet and 168 feet deep, bound- .
lng north on Market-street, east on land now or late
of Mitchel King and J. White, ?oath on lota of J.
Robb, and Una on which the new Theatre waa built,
and west on land of Mr. Duval.
Terms-One-third cash; balanco In three equal
successive annual instalments, with Interest at tho ?
rate of seven per cont per Tear, payable annually,
secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
tho premises, building? to be insured and kept In?
sured by the purchaser unta the credit portion ls
paid, and the policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. 3. W. GRAY,
March 19_Masterin Equity.
UNDER DECREE IK EQUITY.
Reed ?f Kingsberry vs. Whaley $ Whaley vs.
Rad ?r Kingtberry.
BY H. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
FRIDAY, 20th inst, at 12 o'clock M., will be sold Ott
the Plantation of Dr. Whaley, on Ediato island,
called Cedar Hall,
Three WOODEN BUILDINGS lind a Log Stable, a
portable Engine, Horses, Mules, Plantation Instru?
ments, Ac, Ac
Terms-AU sums under $100 cash, and o ver 3100
half cash; balance in weU 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 th tu3 Master in Equity.
JUrtionrcrs' ftmlt Salts.
Five Very Handsome Silver Dish Covers' at
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Brokers and Commission Agente. No. 33
Eeing three-quarters PURE SILVER, and manufac?
tured by James Dlxson A Sons, Sheffi?ld.
30,000 FRANCS ?!
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Pari*;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
($6,000 IN GOLD .
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
?jThe public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
and see the official award to the Herring's Patent
over au others. -aa ?M*
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-et, Nev/ York.
FARBEL, HERRING A CO., ) H EBBING Sc CO..
Philadelphia. ) Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL Sc SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
NOA 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
R E G G ' S
STEAM BRICK PRESS,
AWABU ED BT THE PAMS EXPOSITION U?TVEB6ELLE OT
J867 THE FIRST PRIZE Jil DH.,
This powerful and beautiful labor-savin? machine
will make 3u,000 bricks pjr day. Has been thorough?
ly tested, having made
M * N'Y MILLIONS OF THE FINEST FACE BRICKS,
as well aa lower grade,* all superior to any other,
at about hali the cost of ordinary hand-mode brick.
The Patent Company uri now prepared to scU
maclrnes with rights on royalty, or st a fixed pnce,
and Pamphlets, with the necessary information, on
be had on application to
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