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THE DAILY NEWS
LABOES! CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR
CULATICN IS THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF '?"HE NEW PO^TOFFICE LAW.
A CVTIOX SALES THIS DAY.
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will eel! this day, at
10 o'clock, in front of their store, corn.
LACKEY & ALEXANDER will sell this dav, at
10 o'clock, in their store. No. 137 East"Bay,
damaged corn; also, shoulders, hams, strios,
JOHN G. '-IILNOB ?C CO. will sell this day, at
10 o'clock, at their auction salesroom, No.
135 Meeting-street, printed French percales
and jaconets, blt-.ck drab d'^te, ribbons, &c.
JOHN S. RIGGS will sell this day. at ll o'clock,
at tue exchange, a desirable residence, oppo?
site artesian well.
W. Y. LEITCH & lt. S. BR?NS will sell this
day, at ll o'clock, at the old postoffice, good
business stand; also, desirable residence som'
em part of citv.
R. & A. P. CALDWELL, will sell this day, at
9J o'clock, before their store, shoulders, nails,
candles, butter, cheese, &c.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this day, at 9?
o'clock, in front cf their stores, hams, should
ers, strips, &c.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, at 9$ o'clock
on Brown's wharf, French chinawaro; also
sides, shoulders, bellies, butter, &c.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at 10 o'clock
at his store, corner King and Liberty streets
dry poods, clothing, bats and cutlery."
HENRY COBIA & Co. will sell this day, at
9? o'clock, in front of their Btore, bacon and
THE CITY TBEASDREB gives notice in another
column that, for the accommodation of tax?
payers, bis office will be open to-day from eight
A. M. until seven P. M.
SARGENT, THE ILLDTIONIST.-There was an?
other crowded house at the South Carolina
Hall last night. Sargent was peculiarly happy,
and bis tricks of legerdemain were almost un?
surpassed. The announcement that another
set of furniture would be given away drew i
large audience, and Mr. C. P. Porcher, No. 28
South Bay, was the lucky individual to whom
was awarded the set in question. Sargent will
give another of bis popular performances to?
night, when more prizes will be distributed.
BIZAERE.-The latest fashion in ear rings in
Paris is little globules of rock crystal, filled
with water and miniature sea fishes and mol?
luscs. Another suggestion is to make ear
drops of gold cages, with brilliantly colored
birds within-size and weight not taken into
consideration, so long as the fashion bolds.
Some of the New York jewellers have already
introduced gold flower baskets. Bugs and
snakes have long been "Ihe style" for personal
adornment. What next ?
AN ASPHALTUM MACHINE.-In Europe and
the different Northern cities, where the
asphaltum pavement is used, a machino has
been employed to grind the material. The
sidewalks on East Bay and Meeting-streets,
though not constructed from the genuine
asphaltum, are by no means a bad imitation.
The only difficulty presented is the proper
manipulation of the material, and Mr. Barbot,
the City Engineer, has contrived a machine
which will answer this purpose. The machine
can be worked by either hand or hoise power,
and is shaped somewhat like a barrel. The
material is placed in two openings at the top,
and the handles turn a crank and shaft with
long arms and teeth attached. These work
through the material, and it is turned out
from an opening near the bottom in the con?
sistency of putty. When this material is ap?
plied to the sidewalk it needs but little work?
ing, and a firm, hard and durable pavement is
UNITED STATES COUBT-HON. GEOBOE S.
BRYAN PRESIDING.-Monday, March SO.-Tbos.
F. Forreston gave notice of bis intention to
become a citizen, and took the oath prescribed
by Congress in such cases.
On motion of the respective counsel the fol?
lowing cases in bankruptcy were referred to
William Hood, of Abbeville-James M. Bax?
ter, solicitor. Referred to Henry Summer,
Benjamin McEittrich, of Abbeville-S. Mc?
Gowan, solicitor. Referred to W. J. Clawson,
In re D. C. Gist, of Unionv?le-Petition for
leave to amend schedule E filed. Granted on
motion of Messrs. Wallace & McNessock, so?
The Newberry Herald and the Charleston
Mercury were appointed papers to publish the
notice of the assignee in the case of Isaao
Herbert of Newberry, bankrupt.
Benjamin McEittrich, of Abbeville-In bank
ruptcy. On motion of S. McGowan, petition?
er's attorney, it was ordered that the shoriff of
Abbeville District be and he is hereby enjoined
from selling any of the property exempted by
law from the sale, as appeared by certificate
furnished to W. J. Clawson, Registrar. The
judge signed an order of adjudication of bank?
ruptcy and a certificate of protection.
In Admiralty.-On motion of Messrs. Brown
& Mikel!, it was ordered that the schooner
Emma be released from arrest, as tho claim?
ants have given good and sufficient bonds,
which have been approved by the court.
In the Circuit Court.-On motion of John
Grimball, Esq., Attorney of Patrick H. Kee?
nan and John A. Greenleaf, it was ordered
that the marshall pay over the proceeds of the
sale of a tract of land, sold under execution iu
the above case, to t he plaintiffs, subject to the
costs of the marshal.
MAYOB'S COURT.-The audience was decided?
ly slim yesterday morning, and those who had
business with the court remained in tho ante?
room and awaited their turn.
The first case was one of fast driving, and
the aspiring Jehu was fined $5 for his effort.
A colored man who undertook to get up a
small fight, was charged $5 for his enterprise.
Another, who went on bis muscio and show?
ed fight too soon, was fined $15 for his precip?
Some cases of drunk were awarded the usual
fines, the heaviest cases being charged $15,
while the moderate drinkers escaped with a
penalty of $5.
An individual who was charged with kooping
a disorderly house, was fined $15, and ordered
to abate the nuisance.
A case of selling liquor without a License was
heard, and tho delinquents charged $100 for
their violation of the city laws.
A negro fellow who had taken improper liber?
ties with a white girl about thirteen years of age.
was sentenced to fifty days' retirement in the
HOTEL ABBTVALS-Pa villon Hotel.-Vf. B.
Worsham, St. John's; Oscar Templeton, Mem?
phis; J. M. Humbert, Roseville, S. C.; W. B.
Huckaber, Kershaw District; Mowry Nichols,
Mi'ls House.-?.. Hastings, New York; Co'.
W. A. Colclough, and A. Chancellor, South
Charleston Hotel- David Risley, George?
town; WiOian F. Richardson, Boston; Alex?
ander M. Forster, Georgetown; Salem Dutcher,
Augusta. Ga.; W. A. Leary, Wilmington, N. c'
THE ANNUAL Co MIEN CEMENT OF THE COL
LEGE OF CHABLESTON.-This interesting event
was celebrated last evening at the College
Chapel, and more than realized our most san?
guine anticipations. Indeed, the occasion was
one for universal congratulation, and was pre?
eminently a success. Long before the appoint?
ed hour thc limited space of the chapel was
crowded to its utmost capacity by an intelli?
gent and appreciative audience, composed
largely of thc beauty and intellectual worth of
our city, which was a source of great satisfac?
tion to thc friends of thc institution.
The stage was occupied by tho Board of
Trustees, tho President and Faculty of tho
College, thc speakers of tho occasion, and
others. The exercises of thc evening were
appropriately opened by a ~**yer offered up by
tho Rev. Biabo.i Wightman, a graduate of tho
College. An oration was then pronounced by
Mr. Edwin Parker Frost, a member of tho gra?
duating class. This yor-ng gentleman, who
had selected as the topic of his address "The
Origin of Lan/ruage," acquitted himself most
creditably, and eviuced in ibo treatment of his
subject much cultivation and study. His po?
sitions were well set and the entire manage?
ment of tbe subject provd concinsiveiy that
his time of probation had been well and most
Mr. Frost also delivered, in an eloquent and
feeling manner, the valedictory addresses to
the Board of Trustees and the Faculty of the
institution. He was followed by Mr. William
St. Julien Jervey, another member of the
graduating class, who delivered, in chaste and
select diction, an oration entitled, "Self
Culture." This production did credit alike to
the head and heart of the youthful orator, and
contained many wholesome truths, uttered in
forcible lansuage and with much earnestness.
Mr. Jervey also spoke tho valedictory to his
late fellow-students, alluding, in touching
language, to past associations.
Mr. Everett C. Edgerton, a candidate for the
degree of Master of Arts, was announced.
The subject of this gentleman's address, "An
Aim in Life," was most skilfully and beautiful?
ly handled, allusion being made, in forcibly
eloquent terms, to the condition of those who
make' mammon tho great end and purpose of
their efforts. He pictured the effect of a love
of the fictitious phantoms of wealth and all its
concomitants in glowing terms. He pointed
out what should be the true aim of life in those
who had no desire to be drones in the busy
hive of the world, and who directed their en?
deavors to a full development of man s moral
and mental faculties. This address was cer?
tainly an admirable effort, and won the ad?
miration of ajl.
Tho next speaker in order, also a candidato
for the Master's Degree, was Mr. T. W. Glen,
who pronounced an historical essay on "Brasi
das, the Spartan." This, like severil other
efforts of the gentleman, which it has been
our pleasure to hear, was well digested and
most thoroughly handled, showing much re?
search and the power of analogical reasoning.
Mr. Glen has evidently studied history to ad?
At the close of theso interesting exercises,
Dr. N. Bussell Middleton, the learned Presi?
dent of the College, conferred upon the gradu?
ates their well earned diplomas, and dehvered
in a most impressive manner bis parting words.
Ho warned the young graduates of the delu?
sions of life, of the great trials before them,
and urged them, with paternal fervor, to battle
manfully in the noble cause of truth and right
Dr. Middleton also announced that tho
Baccalaureate Degree had been conferred upon
Messrs. D. B. Gilliland, J. Wilkes North, and
Thomas McCrady, and the Master's Degree
upon Messrs. Everett C. Edgerton and T. Wil?
After the benediction was pronounced the
audience separated. Thus closed an enter?
tainment which was an intellectual treat to
our city, and which, interspersed with the soft
strains of music, had a pleasing and profitable
effect upon all.
We have just reason to be proud of our Alma
Mater. Esto perpetua !
NOTICES IN BANKEUPTCT.-Meetings of the
creditors of tho undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will be held
it the office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 72 Broad-street, on the days and
at the hours named :
Date. I Hour.
To-day 12 M. Mackey, Jno. G., and
Baker, J. Russell..... Charleston.
ApL 1 9 A.M. White, R. D.Charleston.
Apt. 1 10 A.M. Grant, John G.Marlboro'.
A pl. 1 11A.M. Hurst, Chas. M.Munter.
Api. 1 12 M. Johnson, Peter.Marlboro*.
ApL 1 12 M. Hodge, Miles E..Manning.
ApL 1 IP.M. King, Jno. G. Wright's Bluff
ApL 1 2 P.M. CutrJno, Wm. H.Gourdin's.
ApL 6 9 A.M. McCall, W. J.Manning.
ApL 6 10 A.M. Kelly. Henry.Clarendon.
ApL 6 ll A.M. Keels, Jas. H.Williamsburg.
ApL 6 11A.M. Kennedy, W. H.Manning.
ApL 6 1 p.M Huggins, H. B. Clarendon.
ApL 6 3P.M Gasquo, 8. S* Lynch's Creek
ApL 7 9A.M. Hagood, Wm. H. Barnwell.
Ap'. 20 9 A.M. Benbow, W. W..Wright's Bluff
AnL 20 ll A.M. Bochett, Wm. H., Jr.. Clarendon.
ApL 20 12 M. Benbow, P. G.Wright's Blnff
ApL 20 1 P.M. Mahoney Jno. H.... Wright's Bluff
Ap). 20 2 P.M. Hodge, B. E.Manning.
ApL 20 3 P.M. Benni tt. Geo. A.Beaufort.
ApL 21| 9 A.M.; White, W. J.[Manning.
ApL 21112 M. McConnell. John T...IBlack Mingo.
ApL 21 ! 2 P.M. ?Nelson S. Warren.j Manning.
Name. | Of what place.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, ic: or, MTT.T.EB'S Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
H you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern ot ruling, go to HIBAM HAB?IS. Agent,
No. 59 Broad-street.
FINANCIAL.-Mr. A. M. Moreland advertises
a large amount of State Bills receivable. The
tax gatherers are around, and it would be well
for all to chango their greenbacks for State
Bills at Mr. Moreland's office.
WEST INDIA FBDIT.-Mrs. C. D. Kenrick ad?
vertises in to-day's NEWS, a full supply of
oranges, pineapples, bananas, ic, just re?
ceived by the schooner Minerva, from Havana.
Those who havo a fondness for such luxuries
should not fail to attend the salo, which will
tako place to-day.
FOB THE PASSOVEB_The Co-operative Stor
is open to all, and the association havo endea?
vored to make their new enterprise acceptable
to the whole community. They have recently
received a frosh oupply of goods, among which
aro the articles mentioned in their advertise
ment. The attention of the Israelites and thc
public generally is directed to their notice in
GOOD WHISKET.-We take pleasure in refer?
ring our readers to the advertisement of Messrs.
H. Gerdts i Co. These gentlemen have boen
appointed the agents of H. & H. W. Cather
wood's extra Monongahela Whiskeys, and will
supply the trade with a superior article at the
lowest market price. No person who indulges
likes to try an inferior article, and Messrs.
Gerdts & Co. have endeavored to furnish the
liest that is manufactured. They have a large
consignment of the Catherwood whiskeys, con?
sisting of the various brands, and they are
prepared to furnish their customers with every
brand that may be desired.
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLOR
ENCE, S. C., offers an excellent medium to
Merchants and rthor? who wish to extend their
business in the Pee Dee section of the State. Rate?
fo advertising very reanonable. September 16
H. & H. \OAT??ERW00D'S
EXTRA. FINE, PURE OLD .
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PURE OLD MO ? ONOAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our former numerous customers at tho
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS &
CO., our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are en?
abled to supply thc trade at prices which will ensure
H. di H. W. CATII "?RWOOD.
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
ri i BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
O' 1 WHISKEYS, consiHting of X, XX, XXX.
XXXX. and' NECTAR BRANDS, and also of lower
Now landing ex-Steamer Alliance, and for sale low
by H. GERDTS & CO.,
No. 135 EAST BAY.
March 31 tnths2mos
BYER AND SCOURER,
CORNER CLIFFORD AND ARCHDALE STREETS,
Opposite Dr. Bachman's Church.
GEN 1 'S COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS, OF
Cloth, Cassi-ncrc, Velvet, etc., Dyed, Cleaned,
All orders executed with greatest dispatch.
March 31 tufm
rjWE OLO PJSTAUIJI.SIIED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 314 KING-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsGmos No. 344 King-street
H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET.
FRESH ADDITION'S OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
J9S-PRESCRIPTIONS POT UP WITH CARE.-St?
January 3 ruths
g A.ML EL H. MARSHALL,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
JVO. 310 KING-ST., 3d DOOR BELOW SOCIE1Y,
Sign ot* thc Golden Gan,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 3mo
Jj* AI. MARSHALL dc BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, 4c, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
83"Auction of HOBSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednesday. October 19
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 86 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Un
derbblrta, Vesta and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Valises, &c._February 6
BEAL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. 141 East Bay,
January 1 3mo
XT7ILLIS ?C CHIS OLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WELL ATTEND TO THE PUROHASE, SALE AMD
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RICE LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
TC WILLIS.A R. CHI80LM
VKITING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS,
of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all ita
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, INK AND BRUSHES.
Coll aud examino specimens at
No. 92 Haaal-street, Charleston, S. C.
DAIRYMEN, FARMERS AND OTHERS
CONSIGN YOU rt
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, CHEBSE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SOBGHUM, MOLASSES, &c, &c.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New York City,
And receivo his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, tho most completo Price Cur?
rent published in tho United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cords Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 c yr
gTRAUSS, VANCES & CO.,
iVo. 130 MEETING-STREET,
HAVE J DST RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
GOODS, WHICH HAVE BEEN BOUSHT
DUBING TBE LATE DECLINE IN
PRICES, CONSISTING OF:
PRINTS, LONGCLOTHS, LINEN DRILL, DRAB
D'ETE, Jaconet, Cambric anti Swiss Muslin, Plain and
Figurod Nainsook, Victoria and Bishop Lawn, Bril?
liants and Organdies. Also, a large assortment of
Hosiery, Corsets, Handkerchiefs. AU of which they
they offer at very low prices. March 30
.^"E ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
AT YEST EEDUCED PBICES?
The Steck ls very completo in aU branches, and
particularly suited to tho
Wholesale buyers will find it to their interest to
examine tho Stock.
STRAUSS, VA ATC ES & CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street, Comer Hisel.
(Clotiiini) anti /urnisljing (Ms.
WE HAVE LN STORE AND ARE RECEIVING
wcokly NEW GOODS, manufactured from light
weight Woollens, in SACKS, PANTS and VESIS,
made in our own workshop expressly for this mar?
ket, and warranted in every respect equal to ordered
work, and at prices much below.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A complete assortment in WHITE SHIRTS, S?k
and Gauze Merino UNDERSHIRTS, Linen and Jean
DRAWERS, Kid, 8tlk and Lisle GLOVES, HOSIERY,
SUSPENDERS, SCARFS, TIES BOWS, 4a
We invito an examination of oar stock and prices.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
ONE PBICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. ?70 KING,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Q P I. E N G E ,
No. 87 BROAD-STREET,
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS, AND THE
PUBLIC GENEBALLY, THAT HE HAS
NOW A FULL STOCK OP
SPRING ANO SU91 BIER GOODS,
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
CASSIMERES, SILK, MARSEILLE AND
ENGLISH AND FRENCH BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, AND COATINGS ADAPTED
TO BUSINESS WEAR,
OF WHICH HE OFFERS SUITS FOR S25 MADE
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
He would call special attention to tba popular and
Of which he has a full supply constantly on band.
ALL GOODS WELL BE OFFERED AT THE
MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
TERMS CASH INVARIABLY.
March 2S thstulmo
A I L O KING
I BEG LEAVE TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
and tho public in general that I have just returned
from New York with a fine assortment of CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES and VESTINGS. Also, a complete
assortment of Furnishing Goods. Thankful for past
patronage, I will try to merit a future continuance of
the Bam c.
No. 141 King-street,
A few doors North of Queen.
March 07 10
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR, Now York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(90,000 IN GOLD).
At tho recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
*The public are invited tr? call and examine the re?
port of tho Jury on the merits of thc great coutest,
and seo tho oificial award to thc Hnrring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-Bt., New York.
FARREL, HERRING k CO., 1 HERRING k CO.,
Philadelphia. J Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on baud by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AXD 109 EA3T BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
STATE BI LLS RECEIVABLE.
THESE BILLS WILL PAY THE TAXES DEE THE
STATE, and will bo sold at a large discount by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
March 31 1 Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
?SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
BONDS WANTED. j
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD BONDS, SIX
per cent, duo 1st January, 1S03, or 1st October,
1S08,1 will give Sereu Per c'eut Bonds of the South
carolina Railroad and one per cent, bonus for same,
at my Office, No. 8 Broad-street
ANDuEW M. MORELAND, Broker,
March 27 No. 8 Droad-street.
CHECKS ON NEW TOKE.
FOR SALE BY
GEO. A. TRENHOLM & SON.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIMK
RECEIVED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
AWARDED TO FERTILIZERS
AT I HE FAIR OF THE
HELD AT If EW YORK, OCTOBER, 1867.
THE EXAMINING COMMITTEE ON FERTILI?
ZERS at thin Fair reported as follows; "Entry
No. 298-FERTIL1Z E RS manufactured by the Map?s'
Super-Phosphate nf Limo and Guano Company are
decidedly first in order of merit. The 'IMPROVED'
hUPER-PKOSPHuTE is the best article of ita class
known to th" judges, while the NITROGENIZED is
fully equal to the oest ri anufacturod. These Fertili?
zer? are entitled t) a first premium, as they are far
superior to all otters in the Exhibition."
Analysis ot' Mapee' Nitrogenized Super-Phosphate
of Lime, exhibited at the American Institute Fair in
New York, OctOD-ir 22d, 1867, mode at the direction
cf thc Committed on Fertilizers:
Phosphoric Acid, soluble Moisturo expelled at 212
in water.G.dO degrees.7.C6
Phosphoric Acid, in- Sand and Silica.6.67
soluble In wat< r.. .9.61! Nitrogenous Organic
Sulphuric Acid.14.83 (Yielding Ammonia, 2.62)
Oxide Iron and S. Ii:a. 3.241 AlkalinoSal ts and loss. 1.05
Tho soluble Phosphoric Acid is equivalent to
11.35 per cent ot' Bi-Phosphatc of Lime.
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 22 34_No. 153 East Bay.
" M APES'
PHATE OF LIME.
THE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE GIVEN BELOW
of planters luring the past season, fully establish
ad the ad van tates claimed for this well-known FER?
Received thc highest premium awarded to Fertil?
izer by the American Institute of New York, held
For full repart with analysis made by the Com?
mittee of the It Htitute, composed of Dr. C. E. BUCK,
Professor J. G. POHLE, and other prominent chem?
ists, seo pamphlets.
The dlstiugiishcd feature of this SUPEB-PEOS
PHATE from other similar Fertilizers is, that ail oj
itt ingredients are of animal origin, and are either
soluble in water, or tn a condition to quickly become
soluble in tho soil and bo taken up by the crop.
Contains no nert or mineral materials.
Tho proper relative proportion of the ingredients
in MAPES' s PER-PHOsPHATE to meet the re?
quirements of the Cotton crop on Georgia and South
carolina soils, ii fully proved by the experience of
planters who t-stifled that wherever applied, even to
land noted for rusting cotton, tho disease is entirely
corrected, and a healthy, vigorous growth produced.
On thc same lind Peruvian Guano and other f?rtil,
izcrs have Mind to secure a healthy growth.
BEPCBT8 Flt OM PLANTEES, 1867.
For Leiters in full set Descriptive Pamphlet,
Dr. E. M. ii > Y ALL, Christ Church Parish, writes:
Applied at tba rato of 150 to 200 pounds per acre on
11th April, ou 22 acres blue clay land, a good deal
worn from be:ng planted in cotton from 1857 to 1867,
with only one year's rest during that time, and not?
withstanding die long continued cold and heavy rain,
and galea dur ng tho spring and summer, about the
first of Septet aber tho crop on this field was esiima
ted by some < f our best judges to promise a yield of
180 to 200 pounds fine Sea Island Cotton Lint to the
acre. Notwil bstanding tho ravages of the caterpillar,
the first cotton picked was from the field on which
if APES' PHOSPHATE was used, and it has mode
about 65 pom ids to the acre, while no other man?
ured land made over 45 pounds. Has used MAPEs'
PHOSPHATE on melons, potatoes and the garden
with satisfact ory results.
THOMAS S. SALTES, Washington County, Ga., re?
ports that se rcnty-flvc pounds per acre on old land
increased bo :b the Cotton and tho Corn three-fold.
Considers it far moro economical than Peruvian
Dr. E. PASSONS, Sandcrsville, Washington County
"My observation ls that MAPES' SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE is a preventive against rust in Cotton.
Has about doubled tho Cotton and trebled the Corn.
Ras done be tter than Peruvian Guano per pound."
J. W. Scarr, of same section, reports:
"That his crop manured with Peruvian Guano was
far moro effie ted by drought and excessive rains
tbau where MAPES' SUPER-PHOSPHATE was used.
??hall use Al APES' in preference to any fertilizer he
has seen us sd by his neighbors."
W. H. SP.IBKS, ha ten ton, Ga., reports:
"Un land about half covered with sedge, and
which had not been cultivated in two years, when
the manure was put on, badly manured, crop would
yield two pounds where the unmanured would yiel I
B. B. HAMILTON, A mertens, Ga., reports:
"Obtained the most satisfactory results from
MAPE8' ?UPEH-PHOsPHATE, applying it as a top
dressing. Considered to have had the best garden
this year iii South western Georgia."
AW. J. A? DEIWOK, Fort Valley, Ga., reports:
"MAPE:/ SUPER-PHOSPHATE haB doubled the
crop of co :ton in every case reported, and some re?
port it has more than doubled their crop. On wheat
and oats tho results are very satisfactory."
D. A. W.LBNOCK. Beach Branch, S. C., reports:
"On lai d which always rusted cotton, increased
the crop twofold; as fine cotton as he has seen this
year. Pn vented rust Four rows unmanured rust?
ed in Ai gust Eveirything the MAPES' SUPER
PHOSPHLTE was tried on did well. Cotton stood
tho cold weather in Spring; kept perfectly green,
and grow ;d finely; has beat Peruvian Guano in his
neighbor! ood. Believes it to be tho BEST Manure
now in usi."
E. R. LILES, Lilesville, Anson County, N. C., re?
"As coi roared with Peruvian Guano andBaugh's
Super-Ph Dspbate, the result was decidedly in favor
of MAPEs' bUPH ER-PHOSPH ATE ; attributed, be?
yond doubt, to tho tact that tho ravages of the rust
were not, by a marked difference, so severo whore it
was applied as where the other manures were."
JAMES MOMEEKCT, Alston, S. C., reports:
"Used II ton of Peruvian, und found the result but
ono bau* os compared with ttiose from MAPES'
SUPER-l'B OSPHATE. Soil mostly sandy, with clay
subsoil. Marken difference in tho size of tho bolls,
in favor )f MAPES' SUPER-PHOSPHATE On Cot?
ton plan a the increasid growth was about 100 per
JOHN H. HATH, Mime, S. C. :
"Cotton was more vigorous and healthy, and ma?
tured at least two weeks earlier where MAPES'
SUPER- ?HO;>PH ATE waa used as compared with
other Firtilizers applied. MAPES* bUPER-PHO;
PHATE produced lu" pounds per acre moro Cotton
than Rhodes'Super-Phosphate, and 00 pounds per
acre mo -o than Soluble Pacific Guano. Some quan?
tity of e ich. 150 pounds, used to the acre, cultivated
In the s.une manner. MAPES' sCPEB-PHOSPHATE
more th in doubled tho yield of Cotton."
B. S. VENNTNO, Christ Chur-h Parish, 3. C., re
"One application, 200 pouud^ MAPES' SUPER?
PHOSPHATE, per acre, made the cotton grow to tho
height nf six feet, where it grow only two feet the
year before. Considers MAPES' SCPER-PHOS
PHATI, the beat Fertilizer for SEA ISLAND COT?
TON, a ad would safely recommend it to all plant?
S. C. MEANS, Spartan burg, 8. C., writes:
"Used 240 poundt per acre, applied May 18th. Can
palely ?ay never saw a mote vigorous growth impart
ed to c itton from the ase of anv manure. Satisfied
the usi of MAPEs' .-UPER-PHOSPHAl? pays han J
Rev. W. A. MEERTWETHEB, VORO Crucis, nei.r Co?
lumbia, S. C., reports:
"MAPES* SUPER-PHOSPHATE has given perfect
sc tis; act iou, and that it permanently im prev?s thc
soil Has no hesitation in saying it is thc special
manure for thc turnip and Irish potato."
P. C. PENDLETON, Valdoston, Go., writes:
-M.'.PEs' sUPER-PHOSPHATE has exceeded my
most sanguine expectations. The effects ol its use
on Cern, Peas aud Carden Vegetables was most
mark? d. If it can be always Kept up to the etan
dard 1: must take the picfercuco ol' all fertilizers in
M. B, HUNTEII, Quitman. Ga., reports:
"Ai plied at the rate of 150 pound? per acre upon
every alternate four rows. The result was truly as
tunishing, 'ibo manured rows yielded fully double
the neighboring alternate rows."
XEK31S-S?? A TOM, CASH.
TUTE SALES CAN BE ARRANGED FOB, EATABLE IN
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE ?.GENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA FOR MACES' SUPER?
PHOSPHATE OF LIME AND GUANO COMPANY.
No. 153 EAST BAY.
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grocers. 3mo January 31
Printed French Percales and Jaconets, Black
Drab D'Etc, Ribbons, ??e.
BY JOHN G. M?LNOK & CO.
THIS DAY, 31st instant at 10 o'clock, wo will sen
at our store, No. 135 Meeting-street,
A Desirable Invoice DRESS GOODS. &c,
French Colorer! PERCALES AND JACONETS,
Scotch Colored and Mourning Ginghams, Black Al
pacj, Fancy and Mourning Prints. Corded Black
Drab D'Ete, Brown Linen DrUls. Fine Black Cassi
mcres, Ke&tucky Jeans, Ab-Wool Tweeds; thirty-six
inch Mu elia Baud ker-hi efe, Madras Handkerchiefs,
Plas, W. B. and Black Flax Thread, Needles, ftc,
An Invoice of BONNET TRIMMING AND BELT
RIBBONS, Men's Leghorn Hats.
An Invoice of CLOTHING.
TWEED COATS AND VESTS, Black and Colored
S ahnet Pants. White shirts.
Conditions casih. March ?1
Desirable Residence, centrally located in Went
worth-strect, opposite the Artesian Well.
BY JOHN S. RIGGS.
TB IS DAY, tho 31st instant, nt ll o'clock, at thc
Kxcbange, will be sold,
That desirable and centrally localed RESIDENCE,
No. 39. South side of Wentworth, near Meeting
street, and opposite the Artesian WelL containing
four square rooms, attics, dressing-room and pantry,
with fine piazzas fronting the west, cistern, well of
water, and dry cellar on the premises, and all requi?
site outbuildings. The Lot has a front on Went
worth-street of thirty-five feet, ana a depth of one
hundred and fifty feet, moro or Uss. Tbis is a very
desirable and pleasant residence, ha good order, and
possession can be given immediately.
Conciliions-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage, with in?
terest at Seven per cent., pavable semi-annually.
The buildings to be kept insured, the policy assign?
ed, and purchaser to pav tor papers and stamps.
BY LAU REY k ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 31st inst., wiB bo soil in our Store.
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
50 sacks CORN, slightly damaged.
Conditions cash. March 31
Shoulders, Hams, Strips, ?rc.
BY LA?REY & ALEXANDER.
THI8 DAY, 31->t inst, will be sold in our Store,
No. 13/ Kas: Bay, at 10 o'clock,
50 boxes Canned Meats, Sauces, Pickles, kc
2i0 reams Paper, assorted sizes.
Conditions cash. March 31
Positive Sale of French Chinaware.
BY T. UL CATER.
Will be sold I HIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at 9>?
8 sets French CHINA for Chambers; latest styles
4 Toa Sets, 56 pieces to thc set.
Lot French Cbina Smoking Stands.
Conditions cash. March 31
Sides, Shoulders, Bellies, Butter, ?rc.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at thres
quarters past 9 o'clock,
15 boxes CLEAR RIB SIDES
40 tubs and firkins Choice Butter.
Conditions cash. March 31
Bacon and Candles. j
BY HENRY COBIA & CO. i
THIS DAY, at 9>i o'clock, In front vf our Store, will
600 BACOV SHOULDERS
500 Bulk shoulders
50 boxes Condies
28 boxes Starch
60 boxes SOAP.
Conditions casb. March 31
Corn ! Corn !
BY J. A. ENSLOW&CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, w?l be sold, in front of our
Store, No. 141 East Bay,
200 sacks CORN, slightly damaged.
Molasses, Syrup and Sugar.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
On THURSDAY, 2d April, will be sold on Brown &
Co.'s Wharf, at ll o'clock.
The CARGO of the sehr. Minerva, just arrived from
104hhds. ) ,
IOC barrels [ CUBA MOLASSES.
14 tierces )
40 barrels Vtry Choice Syrup
60 b?s} PBmE G1"'0*** 8U?AB
The abo va cargo was expressly selected for thia
Conditions at sale. March 31
frag!], Cljemtr?ls, (Ctr.
JUST DECEIVED BY
?. H. KELLERS & CO.
HOSTETTER'S, HOOFLAND'S AND COLLETON
Ayer's, Jaynes' Wright's, Rad way's. Cephalic,
Beckwith's HcUoway's, Sanford's and Brandreth's
- Gray's, Holloway's, Dalley's, McAUsters', Rus?
sian. David's and Morehead's Ointment.
Hegeman's Terra ted Bark and Cod Liver OB and
Benzine, Burnett's Cod Liver OU, Ayer's Sarsapa?
rilla, Cherry Pectoral and Ague Cure, Ac. tte.
Country orders solicited, and w?l meet with
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
February 17 flu No. 131 Meeting-street
ITS CONSTITUENTS. THE RICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat and barley Malt, being
scientifically prepared ready for uso,this food by an?
alysis is tho same in its chemical elements as
HEALTHY BREAST MILE, and ls the easiest or di?
gestion and assimilation of all nourishments for
children, Invalids and Dyspeptics. It has been
tried by the physicians of Charleston, an i is recom?
mended and prescribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS COMSTOCK,
No. 57 CortUnd-street New York.
DOWDS <?C MOISE,
January 16 thstufimos Charleston, H. O.
COD LIVER OIL.
THE POPULARITY WHI'^H Tills MEDICINE
has obtained within thc past few years is justly
merited, lhe oil presented as WILSON'S is in its
purest state; is procured from fresh clean Livers
only of tho Gados Morrhua, and a su cessful method
has been discovered by which ail thc Iodine and
Bromine, so necessary lor thc efficacy of the oil, are
COD LIVER OIL
Is recommended and prose; ibed by some of the most
eminent physicians ot' i blladelphia and elsewhere,
and approved by a larg? number ot ladies and gentle?
men, wholesale an. I retail druggist?, merchants, in?
valid-, and many others who have been, on examina?
tion, convinced of its rare excellence.
This Oil can bo obtained from ali respectable Drug?
gists throughout the United States.
Office and Agency,
WILLIAM KL WILSON'S,
No. 208 Market-street, Philadelphia.
DO WIE & Bl OISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
March 7 3mos
SS" ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURBISHED.
The highe?t rates paid for DOUBLOONS and all
kinds ot GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOB & CO., Bankers,
No. lb Wall street,
October 19 lyr New York.
^Dry^Goods, Clothing, Hot? and Cu?Ury?'
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MOBNEN'G, at 10 o'clock. I w?l sell at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
A GENERAL ASSOBTlfECT OF_
DEY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS, HOSTERT, NO?
Caesimere and Satinet Coats, Pants and Vests
25 cases, 160 dozen, Men's, Boys' and Children s
An invoioe of TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
?net received from i m y-* ?rs._March 31
Harnt, Shoulaert, Strips, $c.
JEFFORDS & Co.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their stores at9&
COO CHOICE SUGAR-CURED HAMS
10 tierces Canvassed Hams
50r0 pounds choice Strips
20 bbls Sugar
100 boxes E. D. Cheese
100 tegs Nails assorted sixes
25 bags Rio Coffee
200 boxes Herrings.
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 31st inst, will be sold before
our Store, st half-past 9 o'clock.
600 CHOICE SUGAR-CURED SHOULDERS.
Barrels Pickled Beef
_Boxes Tobacco._March 31
Good Business Stand tn Wall-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS
THIS DAY, 31st inst, at ll o'clock, at the old
Postoffice, will be sold,
The LOT OE LAND, with the ouildings thereon,
suitable for a Store and Storehouse, being partly
built or brick, situate on the westside of Wa ?-street,
old and new, Nos. 19 and 21 nearly opposite
Miuority-street. Lot measures in front on WaU
strtet 33 feet, and in depth 120 feot, more or less.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years; secured by bond and mortgage, with in?
terest Purchaser t j pay us for papers and stamps.
Desirable Residence Southwestern Part of City.
W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
THIS DAY, 31st instant, wl?\ be sold at toe Old Post
office,, at ll o clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two story Wooden
Building thereon, itcently put in complete order, with
fine two story Brid: Kitchen and outbuildings com?
plete, situate on the sonta side Tradd-etreet, No. 87,
nearly opposite Orange-street The House contains
six square rooms, newly paintedand highly finished,
double piazzas to south and west/fine cistern and
large garden. Lot measures In front on Tradd-street
10 feet, and in depth 214 feet, more or less.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, to be secured hy bond and mortgage of
the premises; buildings to be insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay fur papare and stamps.
March 31 fmtoS
1 Very Fine Mare, Y Milch Cow, Cart and Har?
ness, Cooking Slavs, Cooking Utensils, Cot?
tage Bedsteads and other Furniture, Books,
etc., at Auction.
BY I. Y. WESTERVELT.
Will be sold TO-MORROW, the 1st April, at 10'A
o'clock, at No. 36 Broad-street *
MARE and COW may be treated for at private sale.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brodie et al. vs. Richardson.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 9th
day of April, 1868, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION, situate in tho Parish of St
James' Goose Crees, containing 299 acres, more or
less, of high Land, and 90- acres, more or leas, of
marsh Land; bounding northeast and northwest on
Goose Creek; west and southwest on Turkey Creek
and lands of the Ten Mile Bouse, and tract of land
belonging to - Hard; and southwest and south?
east on lands of estate of George Henry Smith.
Terms-Sufficient cash to pay the costs and mort?
gage debt and the balance tn one, two and throe
years, with interest from day of sale, payable annu?
ally, secured ty bond of purchaser and m or! gigo of
premises. Purchaser to pay taxes and for papers
and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
March 34 tnSthl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Robinson vs. Gale.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 21st
day of April. 1868, at ll A. M.,
The following BEAL ESTATE, situate in the town
of Aiken, S. C.:
AU that LOT OF LAND, measuring on the north
and south Unes each 150 feet and on the east and
west Unes each 240 feet; said lot being part cf a par?
allelogram bounded by Richland, Newberry, Earn
well and Chesterfield-streets, and known as Lots Nos.
2, 4, 6 and 8 in a plat of said town.
AU those FIVE (5) LOTS OF LAND, each measur
ring 60 feet front on Ne wbern-strvet by 160 feet deep,
all more or lesii, and bounded north by land now of
Caroline D. Dawson, east by land of B. A. Rodrigues;
south by the Metnodlst Church loti and west by
All that TRACT OF LAND, containing 40K acres,
more or leas, ind bounded north by the South Ciro
Una Railroad avenue, cas: by Marlboro'-street, south,
east by lands of Estate of -- Parrot, southwest by
lands of E. G. C. Wood, and west by Kerry-street,
and subject to the arrests as now laid ol? through the
land being opened whenever tho Town Council of
Aiken may require lt
Tones-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of
the premises, with interest from day of sale, payable
semi-annually. Purchaser to pay taxes and for pa?
pera and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
March 31 tu? Master in Equity.
JONCE HOOPER.-THIS THOROUGH?
BRED STALLION, will make the Spring season
at the Cotton Shed, Church street near Chalmers,
He was sired by imported Albion, dam Ann Chase ;
is 16% hands MK'J, a dark sorrel, with fine muscular
developments, and of excellent carriage. His colts
are always fine and of superior parts.
Applications for his service must be made at the
establishment, MEETING STREET, next Mills
House. March 20
Q. R E G G ' S
STEAM BRICK PBESS,
AWARDED BT THE PARIS EXPOSITION UMVXBSXLLI OF
I8C7 TH8 FIRST PRIZE MEDAL,
This powerful and beautiful labor-saving machine
will make 30,00e bricks psr day. Has been thorough?
ly tested, having made
MANY MILLIONS OF THE FINEST FACE BRICKS,
as well as lower grade, all superior to 'any other,
at about half the cost of ordinary hand-mide brick.
The Patent Company are now prepared to sell
machines with rights on royalty, or at a fixed price,
and Pamphlets, with the necessary information, cm
be bad on application to
OFFICE GREGG'd BRICK PRESS PATENT CO.,
Ab. 221 CHESTNVT-STREET,
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU?
MENTS, HEADSTONES, Oe.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at S. KLABER'S Ware
room, Ko. 64 First avenue, near Third-street, New
York. CaU and examine before baying elsewhere.
February 3 6mo
FOR THE HAIR,
It is ac elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes thc Hair to Curl beautifuUy.
It keeps thc Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of tho Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair i ailing Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Giey Hair to its Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely cf simple and purely vege?
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi?
monials of its excellence, many of which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in ha'f-pound bottles (the name blown in
the glass), by og pis ts and Dealers ia Fancy Goods
everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Wholesale by
Demas Barnes k Co. ; F. C. Wells & Co. ; ScbieffeUn
& Co., New York.
March 12 ryr