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j THE DAILY NEWS.
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RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LliT OF LETTEBS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
LOCAL MATTER, s7
AUCTION SALES TBIS DAT.
"WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom. Meeting-street, maible-top bureaus,
HOLMES A MACBETH will sell at ll o'clock, in
front of their office, Broad-street, thoroughbred
mares, buggy aad harness.
A. 0. MCGILL: VE AY will seU a'. 10 o'clock, at his
office. Broad-street, grocerv stand on South Bay.
CAMPBELL. KNOX A Co.* wiU sell at 10o'clock, at
their auction house, Ha=el-street, dey goods and
B. M. MABSHAI L A BROTHES will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, before their offlco, Bioad-street, horses,
N. HUNT A SON will sell at 10 o'clock, in their
silesroom, Meeting-street, boots, shoes, brogans,
MEETINGS THIS EVENING.
South Carolina. Lo Jere, No. 1, at 7 o'clock precisely.
Charleston Hoard of Trade, at 7 o'clock.
Landmark Lodge, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Delta Lo J gc of Po f ec rion, at 7 o'clock.
Comnussioneic* of Markets, at 6 o'clock.
STRIKE ON THE RICE PLANTATIONS, COOPEE
RrvfiB.-The laborers in the rice fleWs on the Cooper
River have struck for one-half of the crop, instead of j
one-thud allowed under the arrangement of the
apast season. The planters are much perplexed, and
many of them are in "he city Becing what can be
done in order to cultivate the next year's ero p.
THE UNITED STATES CODET.-The grand juries
attending on this court have been disco arged until
the hist Monday in February, at which time the Dis?
trict Attorney, D. T. Corbin, Esq., stated he would
present some crim ira il cases
The petit jury was discharged untU Monday next,
when the judgo will listen to any issues in bank?
THE THEATRE.-There was a full house at
the theatre last evening to witness the domestic
drama of Oae Lilly of Killarney, whica waa perform?
ed by the versatile an d accomplished Mr. and Mrs.
Watkins, assisted hy the talented members of the
Gilbert Troupe. The laughable farce, "To Obligo
Benson," created considerable mirth. To-night wlU
be performed the favorite drama, entitled "the Hid?
den Hand, or Virginia as it Was." The dramatiza?
tion is by Mr. Harry Watkins.
THE UNITARIAN PULPIT.-The Rev. R. P.
Cutler, of i rocklyn, late of San Francisco, Califor?
nia, is filling thi3 pulpit to the great satisfaction of J
the congregation. His oratorical and rhetorical qual?
ifications aro 6aid ta ba very fine. His readings are
Characterized ty grace and correctness. The ser?
mons Oaat he has preached so far have been of a high
intellectual order end literary merit On next Sab?
bath he will preach on '.Meditation in religions sub?
OBOANIST OP ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH.-Mr. T.
D. Ruddock has been elected organist of St. Philip's
Church, and will take charge os soon as the new
organ is completed. Mr. Ruddock is an accom?
plished musician, and has had long experience as
an organist. He is moreover a pious man, and a
better selection could not have be-on made. The
jdelay in the completion of the organ has been occa.
sioned by tho sickness of the builder, "ir. Baker,
who is still unable to continue the work.
BOARD OF FI K EH A STE BS.-At a meeting of j
the Board of Fi:em-asters held last evening, the fol?
lowing officers wera ?leated:
G. L. BUIST, Chairman.
JOS. HILTON, Vice-Chairman.
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Tire Department.
R. M. ALEXANDER. First Assistant Chief.
C. P. AIM AR, Second Assistant Chief.
*F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chief.
.Vice J. C. E. RICHARDSON, resigned.
A NARROW ESCAPE. -Yesterday, while two of |
the employees of Hr. C. Graveloy, corner of East Bay
and Boyce's Wharf, were engaged in drawing up
some goods from the lower i o the upper story of his
establishment, a large and weighty cog-wheel fell
from t?e top of the fall, carrying everything it came
in contact with, and tna'ly bur; lng itself in the cel?
lar beneath. Two young gentlemen below, engaged
in hauling up tho goods, miraculously escaped being
crushed to death, as the rog-wbeel fell between them,
within a few inches of their heads.
REV. DR. HICKS.-Yesterday the vestry of
Dr. Bachman's church called on Dr. Hicks, and ten
dered him the assistant pastorship of the church.
He hf.s informally intimated on acceptance of the
invitation, and tho vestry will call on him again, to?
day, to 1'iarn his final decision in the matter. On
next Sabbath, by special request of Dr. Bachman, he
will preach a sermon appropriate to the fifty-fourth
anniversary of his pastoral cou-iection with the con?
gregation. This will prevent Dr. Hicks making the ;
contemplated visit to Florida with Bishop Wight mi a.
AFFRAY U? KINO-STREET.-Yesterday after?
noon. Officer Lafayette C. Wclfe, whilo trying to
serve a magistrate's warrant on a mon by the name
of Emanuel, at the house of Dr. Collins, King-street,
near Morris, was resisted by Coll ins, and a fight en
-sued, in which Wolfe was roughly handled. Wolfe
appealed to the officer of the C^er Guardhouse for
a policeman to assist him in c. .-dug out his dury,
but was refused. Wolfe finally sought assistance at
tho Lowei Guardhouse, where a sufficient force was
furnished him. Emanuel was taken in custody, but
up to a late hour last night thc policemen were still
hunting for Dr. Collins.
THE WEEK OF PRATER.-TWO religious ser?
vices were held yesterday?-ono in tho afternoon, at
the Circular Church, and the other in the evening,
at the Citadel Square Church. Both were well at?
tended and very interesting. Three clergymen par?
ticipated in the afternoon sorvico. At night, Bev.
Mr. Wightman presided. Appropriate and earnest
addresses were made by Rev. J. T. Wightman and
Bev. C. P. Gadsden, and prayer was offered by Rev.
Dr. Winkler and Rev. W. H. Adams. Tho meet?
ings of this weet of prayer continue to grow in IL
Io-night thc meeting is ih the Luthetan Church,
Wentworth-stroet-Rev. Mr. Bowman's; and the
subject, "Family Religion and the Converatoa of the
A union meeting will be held this aft erne oa, also,
in the Obenua Church, at a quarter before four.
I. O. O. F.-ELECTIONS-At a regular meet?
ing of Sch?ler Lodge, No. 30, held on Sunday, the
3d of Januar}-, 18C9, tho foLowiag officers were in
Brother TH. HENRICH SON, H. G.
Brother J03N H. ALBEBS. V. G.
Brother D. NORDMEYER, Becording Secretary.
Brother H. W. TIENCKEN, Treasurer.
Brother F. WRIED i', O. G.
Brother C. GSISSELL, L O.
Brother J. H. SCHUMACHER, W.
Brother AUGUST FISCHER, O.
Brother C. J. fcCt?LEPEuRELL, B. S. to N. G.
Brother J. H. 11 El JEN, L. S. to N. G.
Brother F. PUCK HABER, B. S. lo V. G.
Brother A. BLsCKKN, L.- S. to V. G.
Brother JOHN WIN I EB. lt. S. S.
Brother H. ROSEBROCK. L, !>. S.
At a meeting of Palmetto Encampment, No. 1,
L O. O. F., held OB Minday evening, January 4,
1669, the following officer s were installed into office
for ensuing term:
H. P. F. D. PINCKNEY, C. P.
H. C. P. E. PILS. s. W.
P. C. P. J- G. MARTIN, H. P.
P. C. P. H. HARMS, J. W.
Patriarch R. C. STAR lt, Scribe.
P. IL P. T. W. HOLWELL, treasurer.
Patriarch J. V. HOLME*. SentineL -
At the resrular meeting of Jefferson Lodgo, No. 4,
X. O. O. F.. held at their hill Tuesday oven-ug, 5th
.insiant, the following officers wore installed into
their pr'soat offloes for present term by tho M. W.
?G. M., T. Y. Simons:
Brother 0. TEDEHAN, N. G.
-Brother ISAAC LIEBWAN. V. G.
Brother J. L. LUMSFOBD, Recording Secretary.
Brother JAMES SILCOX, Permanent Secretary and
Brothpr W. E. MILLIGAN. Warden.
Brother R. ARNOLD. Conductor.
Brother J. T. M'LLIGAN, O. D, G.
?other B. LEVY. J. D. G.
Brother A. SCH WACKE. R. S. N. G.
Brother E. 6. THAR1N, L. 8. N. G.
Brother W. O. VoIN IY BE, B. S. V. G.
Brother JAMES HILL, L. S. V. G.
THE UNITED SKATES COURT, January 5
HON. GEOBGE S. BRYAN, PBKSTDING -The court
opened a* ll o'clock, when tho Grand Jury was or?
ganized as follows: Wm. B. Pringle, Foreman: John
Geutveuier, Thomas Castillo, W. H. Bonns, H. Has?
tedt, 1 h om as Bonne ll, James .-alvo, Wm. Reinke, J.
D. Corcoran, Wm. Chase, J. P. P-rodenburg, Joseph
H. Oppenheim, lewis Sell, C M. Stoney, H. W. Bo1.
ger, Henry Gerdts, H. Larcomb, ?'. H. Murray, Wm.
In Bankruptcy-The Julge approved of thc ap?
pointment of the following assignees : In re Cha: les,
Phillip* and H. J. Ham-James M. Brown, assignee;
in re James A. Lemmon andW. H. Jenkins-D. D.
Winn, assignee; in re H. D. Green-J. W. S tackler,
assignee ; in re James C. Mars ball-Louis Mc Lain,
Ex parte Robert Munro. B. F. Arthur, J. B. Steed
man and Willi un Munro, pro pet, to be allowed
counsel fee;. Order granted.
Ex parte H. C. Mark, in re P. E. Erstcin. Petition
to establish hen. W. G. DoSaussurc, pro pet. Re?
ferred to J. C. Carpenter, Begistrar.
Ex parte J. D. Stroman, m re Ezekiel & Kahn
Petition for sale of lands. Referred to J. C. Carpen
Ex parto L. P. Wognor, in re Hunt Bros. Opposf
tion to final discharge. D. T. Corbin, pro. pet. Or
der for withdrawal opposition granted.
Ex parte J. C. Andrews, in re Abram Antelly. Pe
?tien to se: up lien. Referred to J. C. Carpeatcr,
Ex parte B. H. Rutledge, in re estate E. P. Couch
man. Petition to cause assignee to convey to ped
tioner. H. E. Young, pro pet. Order granted.
Ex parte A. J. Houser. Petition for final discharge
W. J. BoTreville, pro pot. Final hearing February
In tte District Court-The United States vs. S. B,
0 ulton. Indictment for smuggling. Grand Jury
Ex parte Emma Wes<fleld. Petition for copyright
for music, entitled "Hinda's Lament" Copyright
issue 1 in duo form.
The Court then adjourned till to-day. at eleven
BEPOBTEBS' CB?MBS.-Mr. J. W. Gray, late
Master in Equity, expects to turn over his office to
A. C. Richmond, Esq., Clerk of tho Court, in about
Miss Emma Westfield, of Grecnvlllo, S. C., was
granted, at the United States Court yesterday, a
copyright for a new piece of music by her, entitled
Major W. J. Gayer bas entered upon the discharge
of his duties as equity clerk in thc o fi co of tho Clerk
of tho Court.
Captain J. W. Clous, who was assistant adjutant
general on General Sickles' staff in this city, has
been assigned to the command of General Ptiiiip H.
Sheridan, as an aid-de camp.
?he great topic of conversation yesterday was the
mandamus, and how it would be decided. It was ru?
mored last evening that a telegram had been received
in this city stating that the writ had Kan granted.
Masquerade balls and parties are aU thc raje in
the city now. Scve.al partios have b2en givon within
tho past week, at which tho crstumes were unique
Mr. F. Ii. O'Neill, the newly elected Assistant
Chief ot the Eire Department, was installed last night.
Dr. Bacbman's congregation oro going to rebuild
the Sunday Schoolhouse, destroyed by fire during
The whitewashing brigade is only waiting for fair
weather tc get vigorously to work.
A wari ant of arrest was issued yesterday by Magis?
trate Axson for the three men who assaulted Kelson
in his barroom, corner of King and Tradd streets, a
couple of ni sh ts ago.
J. W. Brownfield, late Clerk of the Court, i3 very
ill iu SummeiviUe. His recovery is thought doubt?
By resolution of the Board of Directors of the City
Railroad, all free tickets have been withdrawn.
j A f ale of city BtQqk?was reported yesterday at sixty
A number of soldiers of tho garrison at the citadel
are being discharged daily, their terms of enlistment
A g kt was arrested in King-street yesterday,
which was painted fa fancy colors on tho horns,
nose, neck, legs, back and tail, and had tho words
"Ku-Rux," in largo white letters on both i's sides.
It is contrary to the city ordinance for such animals
to go at large,
A colored boy was arrested in King-street yester?
day for pushing another boy, causing him to drop
dishes and plates containing somebody's diauor.
The annual meeting cf the stockholders of the Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad bas been postponed
until the third Monday in March ensutsg.
S. W. Fisher, Jr., the young organist of the Unita?
rian Church, is said by competent judge8 to exhibit
fine execution and considerable musical skill.
The anniversary celebration of the Charleston
Steam Fire Company ol Axemen (the "Pi?neei") will
take place on the 8th Instant.
A bill will be introduced in the Legislature to?
morrow to change the form of legal practice in the
Box OF MOBTAIJTY.-Beturn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for. the week ending Jan?
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Congestion of Lungs.
Disease ot the Heart..
Paralysis of Lungs...
Total.I 21 1? l| 0
K EC A FIT ULA TIO JN :
Whites, 4 ; Blacks and Colored, 13-Total, 17.
Under 1 year of aje... 8 Between 60 and CO yrs. 0
Between land 5 yrs... 1 between 60and 70 yrs. 0
Bot ween 6 and 10 yrs.. 0 Between 70 and 80 yrs. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs,. 2 Between 80 and 90 vra. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 0 between OOand lOOyis. 0
Betweeu 30 and 40 irs,. 4 Over 100 j ears of age... 0
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 1
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Totals for the weekending
Certificates for the lollowing
since received :
6 8 8 3
Office of City Registrar. January 5, 1869.
GEOBGE S. P~L eft, M. D.. City Registrar.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-January 5.-Charleston
Botel-S W Van Schaack, New York; Louis Dantzlor,
St Matthew's; John D McGlincey, New York; R S
Long, Farmiogham; Mrs Arnoux. Mies Mayer, Kew
York; W B Jones, E P MiTor, Brooklyn; J U Brown,
W R Bacon, J P Millard, Charleston District; W A
Clark, James Island; S Simoads, E S Sn tro, Balti?
more; John R Edie, U S A ; E W Everson, Columbia;
Geo W Gr .fhn, Baltimore; H Smyzer, Aiken; John
J Malony, Roaufort; F O Hey, city.
Pavilion Hotel-Thornie Wi'son, Columbia; W S
Dtsey, George's Station; J W Buff, Junes Streot,
Grrani tc ville; Frank W Robinson, Jamos Stelle. New
kerk; DCEbaugh, city; Wm B Cutter. John's Is?
land; John G Boag, Wei Patten, city; George W
Muse, Barnwell; J P Murtland, Charleston District;
2 P Snelgrove, Lsxington; C E Washburn Willtown;
3 R Samson, Ashley, N ERB; Thoaaas R Wilson,
Columbia; Thomas A Hall, Wa d mala w; F Elder,
(Vinnaboro'; M Levi, Manning; W S Lee & Son,
Leesville, S C; JR Bass, M. D., Marion, SC; Rev J
? Bolling-, Williamsburg; J W Rutledge, Walterboro' ;
2 H Wright Beaufort, 8 0; JP Chase, Florence ; R
D Rollins, Leesville, 3 C ; W E Fripp, city.
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-Mr. G. Melinde Smith
sold, yestcrdsy, tlie following pieces of property:
Plantation in the Parish of St, Thomas and St.
Donnie, Berkeley Couuty, six hundred and twenty
acres, and known as the Wat-hu-wa tract-$:00, half
cash, balance in twelve months.
House No. 47 America-street, tour rooms, lot thir?
ty by one hundred feet-$900 cash.
House No. 49 America-street, four room:-$825
House No. SI America-street, four rooms-$800
Lot south side of Clifford's Alley; twenty by forty
five feet-S200 ?sh.
Lot north side Queen-street, twenty by one hun?
dred and ten feet-$450. half cash, balance in one
Small dwelling on tho west Bide of Nassau-street,
four room lot thirty by one hundred and ninety
three feet-$1275, one-half cash, balance in one
Plantation known as "Cattle Bluff," west fido of
Ashley Biver, five hundred and ninety-two acres
. Plantation known as ' Munster," St. Bartholomew,
Colleton County, six hundred and Sfty acres-$1250
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 por
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
DON'T FOI GET that Dowie A Moire's Drug Store
is tho place to find " Hood's Sovereign Balm" the
only sure euro for Coughs. They have the genuine
article direct from the manufactories.
december 30 wfm6
LADIES* LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in bveiy style. Mince pies, fn-sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
jr^USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &o.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and Kong, with ninety-nine lirgc steel engrav?
ings, imperial Svo. morocco, S20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. Illnstnted by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in an e'ogant binding, $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY BALL, Illustrated by Ucnnesy,
4 octavo, S3.
GnAY's ELEGY, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf Ibo
crirnal manuscript, no. SO 25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Poi ms of country Hie,
edited by llobcrt Buchanan, with for.y-scvon
illustrations. 4io. SiO
THE BIRD, by Michele:, il''is;rated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engraving.-! by Giacoinclli, $C.
CHRIST IX SONG, or Huns ot Iwmanuel, selected
from all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D , Svo, cloth
gilt extra, $G.
COWPER'S TABLE TALK, and other Poems, beautl
lully illustrated by thc most cmiuc ?t English
Artist?, 1 volume. 4to. S3.
?TORY WITUO?T AN END, from tho German of Ca
rove, largj 4to. with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitai io:i of water colore, $7 5A
CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens, -with thirty
illustrations, by Eytlnge, small 4 octavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, tho choicest productions of the
Scottish Poets, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, $4.
MARMION, by Walter Scott, with fifteen photographic
illustration , $8.
LAYS OF TUB HOLY LAND, from ancient aod modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, Svo, i8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK OF DAYS, a miscellany of popular
antiquitie*. two larc-e volume?, royal 8vo, $9.
Thc abovo arc all in elegant bindings.
January 1 lyr
MWi CANDY FACTORY,
No. 279 King-street.
CANDY PUT UP IN ASSORTED BOXES OF 25,
50 and 100 pounds, suitable for Country Trade.
Merchants can roly upon our Candis? being per?
fectly freo from all such poisonous tubstances os
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
Als?, constantly on band, a full supply of
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No extra charge for boxing.
January I_ wfmlme
ILAlS?sEA'S STE43I BAKERY,
No. 290 KING-STREET,
(MR. VON SANTEN'S OLD STAND.)
mHE SUBSCBIBEB WOULD HEREBY INFORM
JL his numero as customers that he has just open?
ed a BRANCH OF HIS STEAM BAK.KUY at the
above place, where can bo had FRESH BREAD, of
all descriptions, morning acd noon. Also, all sorts
or hoe and coarse CAKES, BISCUITS, CRACKERS,
TARTU, PIES. PASTRY and CONFECTIONERIES.
Tastefully dressed Cakes for weddings and other
parties punctually bUed to the satisfaotion of all.
All orders for Crackers. Ac Ac. for the Office In
Market-street, left at this place, will be punctually
attended to. J. C. H. CLADSSEN,
No. 10 Market and No. 390 King streets.
BANK NOTES, COUPONS. STOCKS AND
BONDS, bought and sold at current marke t
ratos by J. H. WILSuN,
January 1 fmw6 No. 5 Broad street.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK
DRAFTS ON ENGL\ND
For sale in sums to suit, by
J. H. WILSON.
January 1 fmwG No. 5 Broad-Street.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
IN CURRENCY OR GOLD.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. IO UltOAD-STitEET.
December 24 Imo
(Ostini) anH /arnisljing (!3aoi>s.
EW YE.Vlt GOODS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
SCARFS AND TIES,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
WITH AN TATal ENSE VARIETY OP
SILK AND LINEN
AN ELEGANT VARIETY OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
E . SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposito Market HalL
January 1 Guras
?yyiLiBUK ?Si SUN,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner of claims.
July 13 mwrS.iio
TWELFTH QUARTERLY REPORT
OF THE C0ND1T?0N OF THE
FIRST NITiOML BIM OF CHARLESTON, S. CAROLIN!,
Morning of the First Monday of January, 1869.
Loans and Discounts. $507,474 63 I Capital Stock paid hr.. $286,000 00
Due from National Banks.... 199,875 46
Due from other Banks and ? Notes in Ci reola ti cu.. 65,635 00
Bankers. 26,479 91
Over Drafts. 88 66 Individual Deposit?,,,. . 674,096 29
Cash Items. 18 17
- 220,462-12 Due to National BankV... 87,29191
United States Bonds to re?
deem Circulating Notes.... 70,000 09 ? Unclaimed Dividends. 420 06
Other United ?tates Securities 300 00
Other Stocks and Bonds. 6,227 60
_ , - 76,527" 60
Banking House. 10,160 46 Surplus Fund.39,208 30
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,410 10 Discounts.17,P47 22
Other Real Estate. 3.600 00 Exchanges.11,898 77
- 17,170 6fr Interest. 9,659 68
Current Expenses. 10,446 77 . - 77,713 97
Taxes paid- Internal Revenue 3,382 65
- 13,829 42
Legal Tender Notes.186,000 00 I
Bills of ntaor National Banks.142,122 00
Specie. 9,661 84
Fractional Currency. 1,809 10
- 338,592 94 i
$1,180,057 17 I_$1,180,657 17
Chn-leston, 8. C., January 6, 1869. WM. C. BREESE, Caihler.
January 6 1
FER TJJLJZ E R S !
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHIi.LA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EB ODES* MANURE. IN ITS PREPXRAUON, IS MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOR FORCING LARGE
orops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, Potatoes- and other Root Crops.
The Manufacturing Department ls conducted by Frederick Elect, ono of tho most skillful Chemists and
Manufacturers in the United States.
It is cu J or.-ed, approved and recommended by all of tho moBt prominent Chemists and Agriculturists is
the Southern States. "It cm be relied upon a? uniform in quality," always reliable, productive of large
crops, and uucxcellod by any in the market, in the high percentage of "True Fertilizing Principles."
Prico $57 COcash, or $65 time, with Factor's acceptance, and seven per cent, interest until 1st December,
URCHILLA GUANO-"AA," a trno Bird Guano, rich inPhospbatea and Alkaline Salts. Price $35
cash, $40 timo.
i? Kit CA" X.W GUAVO-Warrantad pure and always on hand. Furnished at mai ket prices for
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 6 Imo
Tl S?LPMRIC ACID Al SUPERPHOSPHATE COMPANY
GHABLESTOIT, S. C.,
HAVING COMPLETED THEIR EXTENSIVE MANUFACTORY, ARE NOW PREPARED TO CUBNISH
Ko other Kinds being avallablo to Plantors for immediate re.tnrnsj.for their
THIS COMPANY, UNDHR THE DIRECTION ENTIRELY ?F SOUTHERN MEN OP HIGH CHARAC?
TER, offe? inducements whi -h will recommend it to Southern Planters. Their works are among
the largest and mo-t complete in the United States, and onablc them to prep ire at home an abundant sup?
ply o' tho proper solvent for tho South Carolina native Bone Phosphates whioh are nea" hy. From these
Phosphates they propose to manufacturo a '
evon richer in SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE than those made from RAW BONES, and containing moro than
twioe the quantity of Superphosphate of Lime found lu the best averages manures heretofore offered for
sale, the rates at which wo offer th?m being no higher than the average price of other Fertilizers, while
the Mauu'OS contain twice as much fertilizing material; they are in fact mueh cheaper to the oonsumer.
They are ?fferod on the mtrket lu two forms, with a guarantee that tho material in each will correspond
to Iho advertisement:
FIBST Foiut-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, containing from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of PURE
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATK OF LIME, and furnixhed al sixty dollars per too.
SECOND FORM-PEHUVIAN SUPERPHOSPHATE, containing from sixtocn to twenty per cent, of SOLU?
BLE PHOSPHATE, and turee to four per cent, of AMMONIA, at Beventy Dollar? per ton, for approvod ac?
ceptances bearing interest, or a discount of ten per cent on the atoro prices will be mado for cash.
Orders to be forwarded immediately to the Ageuts, and delivery made as directed on and after lat Jan
WM. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
C. G 31 EMMl.\GEH, President.
December 30 ws3mos
WJVL. 2\?. BIie?D <fc co.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IV
WHITE LEAD, ZINC PARTS, COLORS, VARNISHES,
Paint Brushes, Window Glass, Oils of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF THE FAVORITE BRAND OF
BRILLIANT PETROLEUM OB KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
MARVIN'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
No. 203 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
January i DAG 3mo
C. K. ULA G HORN, 1 Fhiladel- Wi F. HERRING, A. PI. JACKSON,
E. ll. COATES, i phia. Pa. Augusta, Ga. Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHOEN, HEKEING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
H AVINO RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), KO aro prepared to oiler cv? v facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AMD SELLING.
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF UVIt 'fURESIS HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE nado nn all consignments v.-licn dosi rod. Also to our friends.
Messrs. KOUT. LU CK U AR f ?? DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October 0' uio . Smos
liri) ?O??S, tic.
G H-KAT ATTHAOlI?M
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FURCHGOTT & BEOS.
WIIO'ESALE AND RETAIL
DIIY GOODS STORE,
CORNER KIM li AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG 1 ? INFORM THE LADIES AND ODE
Customers iu goner*!, ihatwe Lave just re?
ceived (lu addison to our usual stock of D'J.UOTlC
aud FAiNi.'Y t?Ool S), a new suppiy suitable for tho
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, kc, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. up
150 dozen HOOP SKLIUS, Cu to Mc,
20 dozon Ul?..EYTtV? HOUP sKIi'.TS, nu olegant
article, 80c. o:ily
A new euppl.v ot CORSETS, 70c.
Ottoub'irner'n celeorated French CORSET, il 00
A fud and c-implore assortment of Oerinan and Eng?
lish HOSI. RY, & m l.'i? up
Afine n-soninent of Ladies' audi.hildron's Silk, Ber?
lin clo h aud Lisle GLOVriU, elegant dosi (ne,
und sui ta ile ;or Christmas prc.-oats.
A lot ol PHOIOGRAPHL! AI.Br.U-*, at 78?.
Ladiis'Velvet and Morocco POiti'alO.NAIES, vory
A good sc lection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS. QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
? At the lo wost fig uros.
Wo would also notify our patrons that w.- hovn ar
rauscd a separate department in our Storo exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
tO- ENTBANCB OH CALHOUN-STBEET.
FC HC H GOTT OT BROS.,
De oem ber U
No. *37 KENG-?TREET.
THE LIEGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
PER F U M E R I E S
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
INO ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBIN, El HENEL, COUD RAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND Ol HERS.
Together with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
C O M B S ,
ALL OF THE BEST A1ANUFACT?RE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
I The lad!c3 sra respectfully invited to call and ex
I amine before purchasing olsewhcro.
c. P. PASKsiinr,
CU KM IS T AND APO THECA B T,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmw3raos Charleston, S. C.
jTJt H. GK UP Y df CO.,
Lite AT II te K, HintCS AND OIL,
No. U SOUTH GALVEBT-?TEEET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
October 19 9-3mos
LEATHER AND ROBBER
Bi vt ts and Bahrs
Belt Hooks, ?Vc,
FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
ITO. 203 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 0 3mo
SHADES ! SHADES!
THE LAROEST ASSORTMENT IN THE STATE,
mt KINSMAN BR03.
January G Wfmlmo
OLD CHAIBS AND SOFAS
EEPAIRED AT . KINSMAN BEOS.
January ft wfmlmo
ALABOE ASSORTMENT, AT
GROVER A BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING ?ACHIMS.
fTIHE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPEBIAL
_L Cross of the Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon the representativo of the GROVER. A BAKER
?SEWING MACHINES at tho Exposition Universelle,
The GROVER k BAKER FAMILY SEWING MA
CHINED are tho only Machines that can both sew
perfectly and embroider portectly.
Thoy sow with threads direct from th? spool, and
require no re-winding.
Unlike other Machines, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
With these Machines, while silk is u: cd upon the
right or face-aide of the seam, cotton may be used
upon the other sile. This can be done on no other
Machine, and is a great saving upon all articles
stitched or made up with silk.
GROVER k BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES are
sold at New York prices by
No. ?79 KIXG-S TUE KT,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 8TATE OF 80?TH
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET,
FBEE READING BOOM,
CONTRACTS MADE ON THE BEST TERMS WITH
Three Hundred Southern Papers.
January 4 mwfhslO
^yj KETTS G-STHEKT FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT 18 NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MIL Li I, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
H0B8E POWEBS AND GIN GEARING, from G to
16 feet in diameter
IMPBOVBD LEVER COTTON PBESSE3 for Hand.
power, Saw and Bice Milis
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of aU descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, cfc, rfc,
WIXLIAII S. HENEEEY, ?
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHAHLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mw
AD VA fl CES
TO PLANTERS AND OTflEBS
HOLD COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holding aro LESS than in tho United States, wo
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging the Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wnich at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired..
CLAG HORN, HERRING A CO.,
November 13 2 moa
lars, Caborro* &r.
KSALAS. AGENT FOB THE CHARLESTON
a Branch ol tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully invita th? attention
of dealers and smokers to bis very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC BEGAB?, of ?.11 grades
and sizes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or i)0 days' city aocep.
No. US BAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
August 24 mwfBrno
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS !
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAB, rall at No. Bil MAR?
KET'S i RKET, where you will find now open for
inspection the lirgest and most se eut stock of el- ars
ever imported to this market, and which we offer at
a price that will satisfy all dem inda.
Wholesale and Retail. Oy
SAYAS & BI YUINA8,
January 1 . No. 80 Market-street.
Boots, Shoe?, Brogans, Balmorals, Qatiters,??c.
BY N, HUN I1 & SON.
THIS DAT, 6th instant, st 10 o'cl oct, in our Sales -
room. No. i*2 Meeting-street, we will sell for cash,
onr usual flne assortment of
100 cases BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, GAITERS,
BA I.MO HALS', kc, all fresh and desirable gooda,
with regular aud extra sixes, to which we invite tho
attention of buyers. _January 6
Two Good Horses, two Prime Mules, one Lot
Collage Furniture, Milting and Sundries,
BT B. M. MARSHALL & BBO.
THIS DAT, at balf-past 10 o'clock A. M., at No. 83
Broad-street. January 6
Dry Goods, Shop Goods, Coffee, Tinware
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction Hons?, Ko. 55 Hasel-s'reet,
Wul sell THIS DAr/%t 10 o'clock,
Ladies', Mon'J and Children's HOSE AND HALF
HOSE, Merinoes. Plaids, Linens, Pant Stuffs, Blan?
kets, Braids, L. C. Handkerchiefs, Madder and Em?
broidered Handkerchiefs, Black cloth Mantillas,
Shawls, Hoods, Diaper, Doylies, ?cc.'
Invoices TOBACCO, linware and Crockery, one
bag Itio Coffee, Sundries.
,W Large sale of FUBNTTDBE AND BRUSSELS
CABPET on FBIDAT._: January 6
Old Grocery Stand on South Bay, one door
west of King-street, at Auction.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold, by positive order of the owners,
at io o'clock THIS DAT, tao 6th January, in
front of his office, No. 29 Broad-street, sign
of the Bed Post and Flag.
For thirty years this has been one of the best '
stands for the island trade and general country cus?
tom. A profitable business may be at once secured.
Lot ?0 feet by 100, moro or less, with wooden store
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
. January 6 fstuwi*
Marble Top Bureaus, Washstands, Sofas,
Lounges, Bair and Moss Mattresses, Feather
Bed, Bolsters, Pillows, ?rc.
Will sell TBIS DAT (Wednesday), 6th Instant, at
No. 136 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
1 Superior PIANO
Parlor and Wood-seat Chairs, Bedsteads
Carpets, Crockery, Blankets, Sheets *
Bedspreads, Towels, Cooking Stoves, Ac.
Terms cash._January 6
A Fine Pair of Thoroughbred- Mares, Four,
sealed Buggy and Set Double Earnest.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Auctioneers, No. 36 Broad-street. <*"
Will be sold TBTS MORNING (Wednesday), the 6th,
in front of our office, No. 36 Broil-atreet, at ll
A fine'pair of thoroughbred MARES, perfectly
gentle in harness, and delightful saddle nags, war?
ranted sound and sold for no fault, the owner having
no further use for them.
One four-seated BUGGY and DOUBLE SET HAR?
Terms cash. January 6
Valuable Real Estate, comer Broad ank
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will seU on FRIDAY, the 16th instant, at the Old
Posiofflce, Broad-street, at ll o'clock,
That DESIRABLE CO KNEE STORE, corner
of Broid and Church streets.
The TWO ADJOINING STORES on Broad-street,'
meaiuring on Broad-street sixty-one (01) feet, more
or less, and on Church thirty-eight (38) feet, more er
less. The above property to be sold together.
Torras-One-third cash; balance in one and two
yeats in equal annual instalments, scoured by bond
and mortgage, with interest from day of sale at seven
pbr cen'. Buildings to bs insu rei and poltcy'aB
fllgned. Purchaser t) pay Auctioneer for papers
and stamps._mwfBthfa_January A
Valuable Real Estate at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BR?NS,
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by the
Hen. Geo. g. Bryan, Judge of the United ?tates
District Court foi the Dl-triut of South Carolina,
I wi 1 offer for sale at public auction, on TUES?
DAY, January 13.1869, at ll o'olock A. M., at the
Old Postoffice, foot of Broad-street, Charleston,
H. O., L .
All that LOT OF LAND, being part of the lot for?
merly known by the No. - Meeting-street, In the
City of charleston, measuring in width running
parallel with Meeting-street fifty (60) feet, and in
depth forty-sne (ill feet. Bounding north on lands
of Otis Mills, ei-t on lands of-Elliott, south on
lands of estate of James Gibson, and west on lot of
land below described
All that other LOT OF LAND, with the BUILD?
INGS thereon, situate on Mseticg-street, and for?
merly known as No. 234. Bounding to tho west on
Meeting-street and meaiuring thereon say fifty (60)
feet, to the north on lands of estate of James Gib?
son, and measuriag on said line say one hundred
and thirty-five 136) feet, to the east on lot of land
above described, and measuring on said Une say
fifty (50) feet, and to the south on lands late of John
Terms-One-third cash; balsace in three equal
successive annuli instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing interest from day of
aale at the rate of aeren per cent per annum, and a
mortgage of the premises, buildings to be Insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and sumps. LOOTS Mc LAIN,
Assignee of James Browne.
December 23 _wfmStul
ZU?rtUn fyg? P ^p tttg $at?*~
Vacant lot on Batt Bay.
BY H. H. DeLS?.
At Private Sale
That VACANT LOT on east side East Bay, next to
corner Guigna rd-street, me isuriog in front 27 feet,
and In d>pfh los foot, which runs back to Dry Dock
Wharf. Apply as above, ut
January 6 1 No. 24 BROAD-STREET.
A Farm on Charleston Neck, a Plantation on
Cooper River, and a Wharf Lot on Concord
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
For Sale or for Bent
A FARM On Challes ton Neck, containing one hun?
dred a-d twenty (USU)) acres, well known as Hay?
ward 't Farm, on Ashley River, opposite Clement's
Fcrrv Road, about two and a han miles from city
limits, on plank rood.
TVoodla ds P.antation. on Cooper River, contain?
ing about 17U0 acres oi land; about 400 ao res swamp;
a large amount excellent clear- d high land, balance
well wooded, about twontv miles from the city.
A Wharf Lot on Concord-st-eet, wbich ia now
made up tho entire front of said ?ot, joining Ham?
lin k Fairchild's Wharf, foot of laurens-atreet;
measures 121 feet front on Concord, and ruas down
lo Cooper River Channel; same dimensions as Ham?
lin 4 FaTcbdd's Wharf.*
For particulars apply as above at office.
No. 68 BAaT BAY-STREET.
BY J. ABASER, MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agent, No. 58 Brood-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation and healthy locations all the
R ICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ia
ali parts ot' the State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3mos.
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to the Planters and Farmers of the
South their Fertilizer, known as the "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which the experience of the past season
has proved to be ono of tho most valuable in our
market It has for its base the materials from the
Phosphate beds ot the Company on Asblev River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
EASEL-STREET io this city. Da order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the
Company has made arrangements with,the distin?
guir hod Chemist, Dr. O. U. SHEPARD, Jr., who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal anrl other ma?
terial purchased by the Company, an 1 tho prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale. The Com?
pany is resolved to make an articlo which will prove
to be a "Complete Manure/' and givo entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and other information, apply
to WM. C. DUSKS b CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 mwISmoa