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THE DAILY NEWS.
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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THU END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. 'will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auctiou bou>e, Basel-street, furniture, Brus?
sels carpets, Ac.
J. A. EXSLOW A Co. wit! fell at 10 ?'clock, on South
Atlantic wharf, a lar?e lo: of Florida oranges.
HILES DKAEE will sell at 10 o'clock, in his sales?
room, corner King and Liberty s reeta, beots, hats
MEETINGS THIS EVENING.
Marion Lodge, at 7 o'clock.
St John's Lutheisn Church, at 1 o'clook.
Charleston Hoot and Ladder Company, No. 2, at 7
Charleston Steam Fire Company of Austen, at 7
Charleston Biflemea Society, at 7 o'clock.
THE DALLY NEWS PRICE CURRENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAI: will be ready fer delivery at our
counting room at nine o'clock this morning. Single
copies Are cents. Orders for ten copies and over
will be filed at the rate of two and a bali cents per
THE CHESTER REPORTER -This paper, of
which the first number was expected to be pub?
lished yesterday, will not appear until about the
21st instant, in consequence of unexpected delays
in the receipt of typo and other miterial.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.-Thc
annual meeting of the stockholders of the South
Carolina Railroad Company and th'.- Southwestern
Railroad Bank, and the election of directors for both
corporations, wiil bc held in the hall cf the South?
western R&ilread Bank on February 0.
THE GAS COMPANY.-The statement contain
edtn the notice oi the Gas Company yesterday, to
the effect that the service pipe would be laid to base?
ments without danger to consumers, should have
read without charge lo consumers, the object of the
company being to supply the gas to new consumers
- at aa low a rate as possible.
CITY STOCK.-A sale of $10,000 City Stock
was mide yesterday by Messrs. Leitch and Bruns at
00. Both parties to this transaction were aware of
thc fact that thc Supreme Court had granted the
writ of mandamus in the contested election case.
Early in the morning the prico of City Stock was
G8a69, and at the close of business it was quoted
THE SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATES.-At the
meeting of the Board of Trade, held on Wednesday
night, the foUowing rest lutions were introduced by
Dr. H. Baer, and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That this board takes a deep interest in
tho important discovery of phosphate beds made in
this neighborhood by the'- scieriific gentlemen of
Resolved, That tho native and adopted citizens of
Charleston, who have earned distinction iu connec?
tion with these discoveries and their development?,
and thoso now engaged in extending the pt eduction
and providing for the manufacture of these native
fertilizers, are entitled te th-; earnest support ot the
community and the applause of this board.
Resolved, That the exe ?Beat and timely work late?
ly published by Dr. N. A. Pratt, and dedicated to
s board, is both tho evidence and the freut of
ming and enterprise, worthy of the highest com?
POETS or ENTRY.-The followirrg resolutions
woro adopted at tho meeting of the Charleston
Board of Trade, he'd on Wednesday night last:
Whereat, By act ot Congress of March 2, 1831, the
port of New Orleans WJS designated as the only port
that citieB of the West situated upon the Mississip?
pi River and its tributaries could uso as a port of
entry; and wherems, said act was amended on tho
28th March, 1864, design .ting Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore as ports wherein West?
ern cities might enter their g>ods imported from
R's*lvtd, That a memorial to Congress be drawn
np by the executive committee of the board, asking
Congress to open te the Western cities ef the United
States alf the Atlantic and Gulf ports of entry, and
that they have the same privilege of importing
through said cities, and securing and paying the
duties .> their importations at their twa kernes, as
is now granted to certain Western cities by the act -
Of 2d March, 1831.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions and of
Marek 28,1851, be forwarded te the pr?sidents of
the several boards ef trade of cities interested, e?d
that onr senators and members ef Congress be re?
quested to take ??Vial aotion in the premises.
The following is the act referred to:
An act to oxton ! thc warehousing system by estab?
lishing private bond*, d warehouses, and for other
purposes, passed March 28, 1854, per Tieasury
Circu'ar dated March 30,1854.
The particular attention of collector? and other
officers of the customs is called to the very impor?
tant provisions of the fifth ard sixth sections ef the
aot of March 23th. 1864, which regulate the trans?
portation of merchandise in bond.
The fol lo wir g routes for the transportation of mer?
chandise in bond from one port of entry to another
port of entry or delivery, have been authorized by
the Secretary of tbe Treasury, to wit:
Front the perts of Hoston, New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore to Pittsburg. Wheeling, Cincinnati,
Louis ville, St. Louis, Nashville, Natchez, Evansville,
Jrew Albany, Burlington, Vc, ?ackett's Harbor, Bo.
chester, Oawego, Lewiston, Buffalo, Ogdensburg,
Plattsburg, Cape Vincent Erie Toledo, ban dusky.
Cleveland, Detroit, Michlb'mackinac, Chicago and
Mi i wa uk ie, by canal, railroad, river, or lake, wholly
or in part, as the party may select in his entry.
Also, from a port or ports on the Atlantic to any
other port on the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, or the
Pacific, o? vice vt rsa, by such route and conveyance
as the party in his entry may select
Also, from the port of New Orleans to any port of
entry or delivery on the Mississippi and its tributa?
ries, and bv such conveyance and route as tho party
in his entry shall select
Also, from tho ports ot Charleston and Savannah,
to tho ports of KooxviLu, Nashville and Memphis.
THE COLLINS-WOLFE Row.-Tho following
aro tho facts in relation to thc difficulty between
officer Wolfo and Dr. M. H. Colline, a synopsis of
which was published day be.oro yesterday: .
In December last, Collin? mado an affidavit that
L<aac Dixson had committed an assault and battery
on him; but, on cs am in a; iou, Dixson proved his in?
nocence. Subsequently, Collins sued out a writ of
ejectment against Dixson, to get him out of his
promise". Dixson refused to vacate, and threatened
suit against Collins for not putting scamps on tho
receipts for rent which he had given him. Collies
compromised and let Lixsonremain; but the costs
in tho suit fell on Collins, who rclused to pay them.*
An execution against Collins was thereupon placed
in the hands of Constable R. D. Easton to levy.
While in thc dacharge of this duty, Easton was vio?
lently assaulted by Collins, who was compelled
to Rive bonds to k6ep the peace. Easton then
made a second attempt to levy, but was vio?
lently resisted by M. Samuel, who threat?
ened to tako his life. Easton apr lied to Magis?
trate Mackey for a warrant against Samuel, and
Cfs matter was placed in the hands of officer
Wolfe, who arrested Samuel and was taking hun to
jail, when he requested the officer to go home with
him and he would get bail. Wtcn they reached tho
house, Collins came in and Inquired what was the
matter. Samuel told him if he did not go his bail
be would have to go to jail. Collins offered to go his
surety, and was retuned. He immediately jumped
to tho frout door, locked it, and put the key ia his
pocket and then said to Wolfe, "Nov there is two
to one; I'd see what's what" Wolfe demanded
tho opening of the door, and said if lt was not
opened he would break it down. Samuel ad?
vised Collins to open it, and he did so. Wolfe
?aid Samtuil must go with him Collins told
Samuel to clos? the 'loor, and shoved Wo'fe,
who said to Collina, I arrest yoi m the name of th J
State. Collits seized a smoothing iron and made
after Wolfe, and grabb d him by the hair and thrust
bim out of doors. Wolte want to th<5 windsw and
told Samuel to como out, while Collins kept erring.
'TU murder bim," &e. Wolf? went to th* Upper
Guardhouse and obtained prompt assistance, and
tried to enier tho gate, but was resis od. Woife and
th 3 po.icemen retired. Wol e went to Megisti ato
Mackey for forthe.- instruction. Magistrate Ma key
wont with Wolfe to the Lower Guardhouse and ob?
tained other policemen to arrost Collins and Samuel
CoUlns defied the officer again. Magistrate Mackey
was corsulted ag .in, and he said they must go back
and get the prisoner, who was taken. Coli ns fled
out of the back door, and was not seen again until
hygave himself up, as stated in j rsi ord ay'a NEWS,
when be waa held to bail on three charges, in euros
aa previously Butted.
CHANCE FOR A THEATRE.-WO understand |
that the South Carolina Insiituto bas offered to dc . j
na'e the ?and whereon the fino hall stood, in Meo'- .
ing-strcet, to an individual or corroratioa that will
put up a theatre on it.
PERSONAL.-It. H. Grenncker, Esq., ono of
the editors and proprietor? of the Newbeiry Herald,
ono rf the best weeklies published i this State, is in
the city for a lew .lays. He s;'oak3 very favorab'y of
thee nditionof thing* ju that teflon. Money rs
pleutiful m his district, and thc reader- of the Herald
will make good customers for our merchant*.
THE THEATRE.-Last night (thc benefit of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Watkins) the thc.it'e was not as foll
as it should have been. The stars ? ere well sustain?
ed by tiie company. Io-nigbt thc fascinating ro?
mance, "Foul Play," dram ?tized by Harry Watkins
will be performed. Tho sceuic effect .will be fine, in?
cluding thc sinking ot a full rigged ship.
THE CITY RAILWAY.-Wo examined yesterday
the ordinance chartering the city railway, and And
that it is only required to keep the streets ovor which
it pastes m repair, unlcr certain specified conditions
that do not necessitate cDnipliauce in the present
excellent order of tho track aud road generally. The
imprest rm abroad in thc community thit the com?
pany is derelict In ita attention to tho requirements
of the ordinance and indifferent to their manifest
duty, is an ciror.
CLUBS AND ^TARS.-A pocketbook was re
cov red yesterday at the detectivo office, which had
been lost by a lady on Queen-street. .
There was also recovered a set of harness that bad
been stolen from Mr. Wm. Cirrlnpton.
Wm. timmens and Alex. Kimmous were lodged
yesterday fir stealing a gold watch from Rose, a
colored woman at the Calder Bouse.
Adeline Johnson, colored, was repor'cd for severe,
ly whipping Pau1 Webb, a colored boy.
A couple of soldiers were arrested for being drunk;
one ot them, alto, lor throwing bricks at a window
HOTEL ARRIVALS-January 7-Pavilion Ho?
tel-E J Tarkcr, Salters. S C; Wm Palmer. J W Rice,
W H Jone?, New York ; J Kelly, Savannah; N Stan?
ton, llancing, S t'; R Baxter, Savannah; M Munro,
Lyaia ; J L J o a es. J R Nirffl ;r, Fordsville ; A Lucas,
J Lucas, city; Eli Odom, Darlington; Dr Daniel T
Pope, Edisto, SC.
Charleston Hotel.-C A I attrobo, Augusta; D J
Alexander, Louisville; R C Jone3, Virginia; J C Gil
let Augusta; F M Holmes, Boston; W L Legett. Bal
timore.AH Chisolm, City; L > Harper, Collcton;
Henry R Morgan and ]adv, Miss L Malara^ P A Har?
grave, Xi P Davis, lady and two daughter?, New
York; lt S Singleton, South Carolina; W M Conley,
Miss Bellah, Mi-s Ca J by, Wilmington; A G Burakin,
Maine; E BLaw, Deca'ur. Ga.
THE UNITED ?SXATES COUBT, january 7
HON. GEOHOE S. BOTAN, PRF6IDINO -The court
opened at eleven o'clock, and disposed ol the follow?
ing cause? :
Tx parte Jesse Kilgore, ii re James S. Thompson.
Petition for sale of estate and to establish Ben. Or?
dered that assignee sell property otter due notice,
pay lien and counsel fees.
Ex perte John Dawson, in rc Thomas W. Gore.
Idem. Property ordered to be sold; after paying
costs, pay liens, according to priority; notice tu je
given to all lien creditors to establish liens.
Ex parto Ezekiel uaekin, in re John Gaskin. Pe?
tition to establish lien, &c. Ordeied assignee to sell
property and pay liens according to priority.
In re Asa I' .je. Petition to amend schedule. Per?
mission to amend granted.
Ex parte Winborn Lawton. Petition for final dis?
charge. Final hearing 1st February, and case refer?
red to J. C. Carpenter. Registrar, to report Credit?
ors to b? notified by February.
Ex parte Henry S. Leseeno. Petition for final
discharge. Final hearing 29th inst, and referred to
j. C. Carpenter.
Ex parte Jno. J Hodge. Idem. Order as above.
Ex parte Leon Druelle. Application for citizen?
ship. Petitioner in pro. per. appeared and signed
oath of intention, and certificate was issued.
Ex parte Donald J. Auld, iu fe Mary E. Marshall
vs. L. J. Gaillard. Same or 1er.
In re T. C. Richardson and Y. A. Butler vs. M. L
Harwin. Same order.
Ia re Isaac Bagnall, ad. L. P. Oliver. Petition
calling for creditors to establish Ben. Referred to J.
Ex parle L. D. M. Byrd, in re T. M. McCutchen.
Petition to establish lien of judgment. Referred to
J. C. Carpenter.
- Ike Jndge approved of the following assignees:
D. J. Auld. D. J. Winn, T. J. Lama tte, J. S. Byan. 0.
J. Henderson, and D. J. Winn, in re T. A. Saunders.
Ex parte William Simms, In re Hutson Leo. Peti?
tion by mortgage creditors to establish hen. Re?
ferred to J. C. Carpenter, Registrar.
REPORTERS' CRUMBS.-Tho thanks of this
office are duo t tn. Superintendent of th; South Caro?
lina Railroad Company for favoi s received.
The disbursing officer of tho Freedmen's Bureau
will sell on January 12th, at No. 10 East Bay, a horse,
a mule, ?addles bridles and oflce furniture.
The real, propet ty of the eslate of Colene! John
Ashe will be sold at auction by L. D. DeSaussure on
the 12th January.
There will be numerous sales of real estate in this
city on the 12th inst
Paul, Welch A Brandes are receiving thirty thou?
sand Havana oranges.
The property known as the l aw Range will be sold
at auction cn tho 2d February.
Tho threo fine plantations on tho Combahee, known
as Reserve ? rove, The Hughes and Clarks, will b;
sold at auction In this city on the lit h instaat.
lt was eun cntly rumored yestorday that a duel
had beon fought on the race course, a dav or two
ago, between a couple of "high strung" youths; the
weapons-thron dollar shot guns and poas.
1 he commission ou planter'.; supplies, a. 'ac Mili?
tary Hall, adjournel yestorday without doing any
business, as therj was not a qnirutn.
Ihero will ba a p irtial oclip.;e of tho moon oa the
27th instant, which wt ll bs visible in this city.
An election will toko placo on thc 20th instant for
a mn-ter and matron of the Alms House; also, for a
bockkeopcr and doorkeope-.
The Northeastern train la.-t evening brought a
gang cf about sixty Virginie freedmen, en route for
Georgia, where they have contracted to labor dur?
ing the coming year. As they passed along Meet?
ing-street Ulk'n.,' cheerfully aud swigging their
packs and canteens, (ho dusky cortege attracted lunch
Mr. J. Fraser Matbowes yesterday sold the bu ld
iuTloton Rutledge avenue, bot ween Bee and Can?
non streets, ninety by one hundred and seventy,
eight fest (next north of Captain Gilchrist's resi?
dence), for S2101 cash. 'I he property was to have
been sold at auction on the 12.h instaat.
Tho ne v commissions s of the Alms House have
organized, and appointed Z. P. Oakes Esq., chair?
A priva'e dispatch received in this city states that
the Prometheus arrivel in Baltimore on Monda/,
the 4th, and part of bet cargo of cotton was sold that
A movement is oi foot to got the old postofflee
Crom the government for a t?im of years, repair it
by contribution, and convert it into a stock ex?
change. THE NEWS suggested a stock exchange
some days ago.
Judge Aldrich lectured In Augusta on Wednesday
evening OB "Modera Fashions and Fast Women."
The proceeds to aid in tho e iucat.on of orphans of
The Board of Trustees of the Boys' Homo, In
Ashley-street, return their thanks for the generous
contribution of a barrel of rice, presen ed by tho
West Point Mills through Mr. Wm. Leoby. This
kindly remembrance is greatly appreciated.
The primitivo mode of travelling from the upper
part of the State-in wagons-is coming again into
The musical cry of the carriers of THE NEWS, rcftn
larly heard over tho streets in the morning just aft. r
daybreak, has a] eculiir charm for ile readers.
The newly eloeted officers of Howard Lodge, I. O.
0. F., wore installed last evening at Odd Fe,lows'
Hall, corner King and Liberty streets, lhere were
a number of ladieB pr.Beat to wituess the interesting
The Chailsston Riflemen So ie ty celebrate their
anniversary to-night, comer of King and Liberty
The anniversary celebration of the ?'Pioneer"
takes place to-night
Dr. Bach ir au's congrega ti on meet to-day to consi?
der the formal call to Dr. Hisks.
A THRIFTY. EinoRANT.-A Gorman emigrant
vjo settled in Newberry, in this Stato, wiibin tho
last few months, has earned so much by hiR industry
th it he hos purchasoJ a lo! of land for $1000, paying
LLUE EIDOE RAILROAD.-Colonel James P.
Low, recently a disbursing officer of the Freedmen's
Bureau in this city, has been appointed Chief Civil
Engineer of thc Biuo Ridge Railroad. Ct lonel Lowe
graduated at thc Scientific Institution, Cambridge,
Massachusetts, and has pursued civil engineering all
his Ufe. nc came to Charleston af.cr thc surrender
in tho capacity cf asristnnt quartermaster, and when
mustered out was appointed disbursing officer of
the Freedmen's Bureau. ,
THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.-The
petition of thc tax-payers 01' Charleston to the General
Assembly for aid in reconstructing this railroad, now
ordered to bo forwarded by the Board of Trade
to the President ol tho Senate and tho Spoaker of tho
Uouie of Repr?sentatives, should be ono of the most
influential documents ever hid before a legislative
Cody. It is signed by our merchants, brokers, fac?
tor?, shopkeepers and owners of real estate repre?
senting one-third oi (ho taxation of thc whole .-tato,
and cannot fiii to have great waight with the mem?
bers of ihc Legislature
1 hr petition reads as follows :
To the Honorable the Senile and House of Represcnta
Uves of the Stale ff South Caronia:
The memorial of the Board of Trade of tho City of
Charleston respectfully invites the ntteution of your
honorable boche? to the importance, at this time, of a
completion of tho various railroad projects now be?
fore you, regarding tho development of such enter?
prises as all important to tho great industrial and
commercial intorcsta of tho State.
Your memorialists have noticod with satisfaction
tho evident rign* of a determination on the part of
your honorable boJies to advance evcrv enterprise
tending io promote the general welfaro, and feel con?
fident that you will, duriug the present srssion,
specioU ? extend such aid and encouragement to our
crippled railroads as will establish them on a firm
aud durable basis.
Your memorialists would ospocitlly invite your
coaside-atiou to the importance of an ciriy re.-ob?
struction of the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
A referonce to the maps of the country will show a
continuous Imo of seaboard communica i. n from
Portland, Maine, to St. Mark's. Florida, ? on the Gulf
ot Mexico, and also to New Urloans and Texas, ex
copting the broken link of forty-five miles from
Charleston to Savannah.
Your memorialists ara a'so impressed wiih thoim
porlance cf this enterprise, as looking to thc omen?
ing of direct UUB?BO-S relations with thc most fertile
portions of Georgi : and Florida, thus enabling ?ur
citizens to bring a large amount of taxable property
within the borders of our State
It appears to your memorialists ?hat thc benefit?
to accrue from thc construction of this short liuk of
road xviii edd as much to the muteria' prosperity of
the State as any project now under consideration by
your honorable bodies.
Your memorialists respectfully ask your earnest
consideration ot the Ruhject muter of this petition,
and pray that you will afford such mean? of relief in
the premises as will injure tho early opening ol
diicet communication by rail between Charleston
Tbc Row in the Bas ber Shop.
TO THE EDITOR OF TUE NEWS.
Your Columbia correspondent is in error
concerning the difficulty between Mr. Reed, of Sum?
ter, and Sheriff Coghlan. Thc difficulty was brought
OR by Coghlsn'B imprudence and insulting language,
an i Mr. Recd is sustained by all tho rc-poctable
people cf tue Town of Sumter. Coghlan was not
seriously hurt, and was attending to his business as
sheriff on Monday last. The canse of bis absence
(rom'Columbia is the more profitable employment
at Sumter, and not the chastisement a l ministered
by Mr. Reed? ONE WHO KNOWS.
CHOICE GREEN AN? BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
DON'T FORGET that Dowio A Moise's Drug Store
is the place to find " Hood's Sovereign Balm" the
only sure euro for Coughs. They have the genuine
article direct from the manufactories.
Fccombcr 30 wfmG
LADIES" LUNOH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in every style. Mince pie?, fresh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. leo cream every
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS
Of all Denominaliins.
kept on hand and for sale by
HUGER A RAVEN IX,
Brokers and Insurance Agents,
No. SO East Bay, corner Exchange-street.
December ll fru?mos
S?jirts on? /nmisljing ?000S.
JTEW YE Alt GOODS,
SCARFS AND TIES,
HOSIERY AND- GLOVES.
WITH AN DQIEN3E VARIETY OF
SILK AND LINEN
AN ELEGANT VARIETY OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PUKES,
E . SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall.
January 1 Cmos
plank poohs, prfattnfli gingini).
PLANK BOOKS OF A'. L DiSCRIPUONS MADE
to order, with any 6t> le of Binding or i altern of Hut?
ing, ol best material and workmanship.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MDSf ', NEWS?
PAPERS, Bibles, Prayer Books, fee., Boun.1 in auy
style, and neatly Lettered with narnu.
Lithographing and J b Printing.
JOB PRIN'lING-Cards, Letter, Note nnd BUI
Heads, Circulars, Dray Receipts, Pamphlets, fea, ia
first-rate stylo and at low prices.
AU varietios of LAW, OFFICE AND FANCY STA?
A largo assortment of our own and of the best
Northern manufacturers, coottantly on band.
NOTICE -Wo are offering our aurplus slock of
Check Books, Bank Books, Railroad and Vessel. Re?
ceipt Bpoks. Cotton Weight and Ship.iiug Hooks, at
greatly reduced prices.
TIME BOOKS lor Planto s, Mechanics and Busi?
ness Mon Koucrally (monthly and weekly;, a great
variety oi forms.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS, Landing and Dockugo
Books, Magistrates' Doo.ets, Hot>d Registers, Ax.
TO DEA LE I ts.
Havln? a largo surplus of BLANK li 0 OKs, of all
styles of binding, the trade will be supplieJ for a
limited lime at a great reduction on New York cost.
December ll fmwlme No. 9 BROAD-SIRBBT.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT, AT
January 7 thrtnlmo
ill i Iii i! CT!) ?00?I5, &?.
Jt^JISS K. A. D10KTI.AND,
No. 3?3 KING-STREET,
TALL AND WINTER MTLLINEKY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKIAG
October 21 . wfm 3mos
Hemingway Premium Cement.
YtfAGON WILL STAND CORNEUMEElISG AND
Yt Market?rom S to ll A. M.; Old Poatoflicc, ll
A. M. to 3 P. M.; then Meelingand Market until 6 P.
LEATHER AND RUBBER
Kivits and Buhi s
Seit Hooks, &c,
FOR SALE BY
WAT. M. BIRD & CO.,
.So. 203 BAST SAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January C 3mo
D V A N C E s
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HOLD COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE. INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holding aro LESS than in tbo United States, wo
TEX CENTS PER. POL'ND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging4ho Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wnicb at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLAG HORN, HERRING fe CO,,
November 13 2 mos
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AM) BLINDS
Charleston, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
Julv SO Cmos*
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING UACHINES.
THE VERY HIGHEST PRlZg-THE IMPERIAL
Cross of tho Lesion of Honor-waa conferred
upon tho representative of the GROVER k BAKER
SEWING MACHINES at tbe Exposition Universelle,
The GROVER k BAKER FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE 5 are thc only Machines that can both sew
perfectly and < mbroider pcrteetly.
Tboy sew with th ie ids direct fiorn the spool, and
repaire no re-winding.
Unlike other Machines, lltC5o (aston both onds of
the seam by their ow:i oi.er?iion.
With thom Machines, whilo silk ?J used upon tho
right or fa:c-siilo of the Boam, cotton nny be used
uiioii the o.hcr .-i lc. Th i i eau be donc on no other
Machino, and is a grrat saving n;>on all articles
ftitdied or undo Ul? wit j silk
GItwVES A BiRBB'S ^?WINO MACHINED nro
6old at New York pric;j by
No. OTO KISG-STUEET,
SOLU AGENTS FOP. TUE STATE CF SOUTH
Jft tuary tl_ wfmlruo
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J^rzszzr^ FOB D':-TROYIN-I
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'jj?^'-^V.-y^'vr-:?k thcr ii., mg m tl o r
fci^i^? ;--..-^'.^i ii?i. A
'4;^-" ';t:?.:?3a A PHOSPHORIC
^?**^: PASIE, licnnetioiU*
X'y~j-:.^%pp?:*f^ .".ate, ?uni w mated
limes. J he grr-aiea- discovery of ils kin ? in the ?gi
ws live iu. No pemou need b i tjoabl d wi:h Kars
Mio?, Dod Bugs or Loach H. lor Vr. Jsi^e-in's d s
trnctive remedy is wit imho >ca:ib of ail, prcjiared
on Iv by btiuxc.i from ia c anil \aluublc eom;)ouu is
it* cheapness is : s wonderful as us o.licacv-linn
dn-dsoi testimoni?is havo bc n receive I in m all
parts oj tho Co j tod > talca as t < Ita value und saiisfac
tory operative power, from which, lor irani of np ce,
we simply select tho I'nL'Owiiig.
. WlLUnD's Ho IEL. N> ASHIN0T0K, D. )
Octob'Tlst, 18C8. J
Mn. ISAACSKK-Dear Kir: It gi-cn mu great plow
uro to testily to Bl gratifying result obtained ai this
flotol through usine: your Phosphoric Pisle; il is
now two years sure I firs- beard of your rcnn?dy,:!ud
itetc mined to givo it a la>r trial; that trial proved so
BU ce*lut that not a Iraco ol Rats nr Roaohds havo
since becu di.scover.il, although previous to (bat
time we v,>re completely overrun. Wishing yuH cvoiy
success in tue mei ul career you have chosen,
I ionian), yours res cctfnl y.
JOHN WOLFE, Emrineer.
For mle by DOWIE A M OIS a,
Wholcsalo Drug dirts.
No. 1C9 Meeling-streeot. corner tia?. .1,
Cbar.csio i, S. C.,
October 7 wfm3mo4 Arron's lor -outh-un Matre.
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COU?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY <TBfcETd.
November U) * fmwGmos
Q. EO. H. UOPPOCK,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. 6mos September 21
gOUTHERN STE > Ci I. MANUFACTORY'
E. H. .RODGERS,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
IN STENCIL STOCK AND DIES, Steel Letters and
Stamps. Checks and Tags, Broad aud German'SilTer
Key Rings, Chains, ic.
Marking Inks by the gallon or barrel.
Agent for Hill's Patent Hand Stamps, Seal Presses,
Branding Irons, Ac.
No. 12* EAST BAT-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Call and examine specimens.
gUAVING ANO HAIU-CUTT1NG,
W. E. MARSHALL,
DROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
Ko. 81 (UP STATUS).
QTTO SOIV 1 TAG.
DYER AND SCOURER,
Ul Market-street, between King and
A rchdale-strc eta.
GENIS' COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HA?S
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed. ,
November 12 wfm3mos
H . SASS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
49" Office No. 98 BROAD-STREET, north side
between Kins and Meeline. May 8
TOGA? Af SEABROOK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BATtABD SEABBOOK
?^yiLBUR dc SON,
REAL ESrATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad, street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and nil manner of claims.
July 13 mwi/Smo
gAMUEL C. BLACK,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. ?8 Broad-street,
Charle non, S. C.
' Transactions made at auction or private sale.
January 1 Imo
JJ H . D c L E O N ,
Charleston, S. C.
JSVTLL BUT A1TD BELL ON COMMISSION,
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS,
GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS AND
JJOLMES dc MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, b. C.,
BBOKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will antoni tc Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and Bale of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To thc Parch aso of doods and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reasoniblo terms.
Gxoaos L. HOLMES.ALEXANDEB MACBETH.
T. LK1 IC II df R. S. BRUNS,
MONEY AND BEAL ESTATE
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C.
January 1 Imo
J >RA lt TON.FORD,
BROKER, No. 40 BROAD-STREET,
BUYS AND SELLS BEAL ESTATE AND PUB?
LIC AND PRIVATE BONDS, Stocks and Securi?
ties, of all kinds. Also, negotiates Loans on Real
Estate and Stock Collaterals.
January 2 DA o Imo
OWNDES dc GRIMBALL,
No. 28 Broad-street,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
Reutins ol nouses attended to.
T. PlKCKKET LOWSDES.BERKLEY 0KIMBALL.
January 1 Imo
J H . WILSON,
No. 5 Broad-street.
GOLD, SILVER, BANK ROIES, COUPONS,
STOCKS ANO BOVDS,
Fought find Sold at Market Bates.'Checks on
NowYjikanl Bal mord, and Bratts ou England.
Ireland, Parin and Ber'iu.
January 1 Imo
<3ri) (?Doo?s, (Ctr.
G II ii AT ATTRACTION
FURCHGOTT & BROS,
WHOLESALE A.YD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE i
CORSER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LIDIES AND OUB
Cubtonicrs lu peuornl. ilia; wc hovd just re?
ceived (in .'iddu'on to our usual stock of DOMtVilC
?nd FANi:Y (JO..'l S), a new supp.y suitablo fer the
present seasou. .
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, 4c, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. up
150 dozen HOOP SKIR I'S, 61) to Mc.
2d do. : a GE.iEVItVE HOOP SKIRTS, an elegant
article, 80c. only
A new supply of CORSETS, 70c.
Ottouh- imer's celebrated French CORSET, ?1 00
A full and completo assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOHL:R?, from UK up
Afane a-sortaient of Ladies' and Children's Silk, Ber?
lin i'ir. h sud Li?lo GLOVES, elegant dosi ?ns,
und suitatile tor Christmas prssouts.
A lot cl PHOTOGRAPHIC A LB t'MS, at 75c.
Ladi s'Velvet and Morocco PORlMO.\AlES, very
A (rood Bflcction ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
At tho lowost figures.
Wc would also notify nur patrons that w,- have ar?
ranged u boiarate depart J,eui tu our Storo exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUM KS, &c.
XSp- ENTRANCE ON CALBOUN-STREET.
FURCHGOTT dc BROS.,
No. ?7 KING-STREET.
December 14 3mo
jp H. GRC'PY At CO.,
DE ALE RB IN
LEATHER, HIDKS AND OIL,
No. ii SOUTH CALVE RT-STREET,
P. H. GBUPY.H. G. CURTAI
October 19 9-3mos
BY A. a MCGILLIVRAY,
Under a foreclosure of mortgnce from-to -, I
xviii cspo.-e. at public Bale, T?-MO KROW. tho 9th
instant, at 10 o'c'eck A. M., precisely, in front of
1 BLACK MULE,
Immediately aft?r <hc above BB'P. at Storehouses on
Boyce's South Wharf,
1 STEAM ENGINE (sixhorse-power), with the Shaft?
ing, Machinery and Belting
1 Cotton Whipper.
2 COTTON GINS.
Terms cish. E. W. M. MACKEY,
January 8 Au ent for Mortgagee.
House and Lot in Elizabeth-sheet.
BY WARBLAW & CAREW.
Will bo fold on TUESDAY next, 12th Instant, at ll
o'clock A.M., at the corner ot East Bay and Broad
st cets, ?
A BOUSE AND LOT, No, 3 Elizabeth-street, on
the west tide, two doors north of Calhoun. The
Dwelling contain? four rooms, with piazza on the
south. 'I hore is also a tl'ch eu wifb necessary out?
buildings. The Lot measures SO feet G inches front,
by about 113 feet deep.
Torus-One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, with mortgage seemed by tho property.
Purchaser to pay W. k 0. for the papers.
Seventy-five Acres oj Lund on South Carolina
Railroad, sixteen miles from the city, well
timbered and partially settled.
BY J. FRASER MATHEWES.
Will be Bold on TUESDAY, 12th instant, at the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
Terms cash, and purchaser to pay J. F. M. for pa?
pers and a'amps. January 7
Estate Sale of Plantations and Residences,
BY LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
On 1UESDAY, the 12th day of January, 1869, will be
r dd, at the Old Postotllce, in Charleston, by order
t i the Devisees of John Asbe.
The handsome BRICK RESIDENCE on tho north
side of South Bay-street, between Meeting and King
streets (tho residence of tho late Colonel John b.
Asbe). being one of the most desitable Dwellings In
the city. On the premises aro excellent brick
kitchen, carriage house and stable. The lot mea?
sures 74 feet lu in. on iront Une, 69 feet 6 in. ctn the
back Une and 269 feet deop, more or less.
The THREE STORY WOODEN MANSION HOUSE
on the north side of South 'Bay-street, between
Meeting and Kmg streets, containing twelve room-,
three piazzas, kc. On the premises arebriok kitchen,
carriage houso and stab'e. Tho lot measures 64 feet
7 in. ia iront, more or lesa, G2 foot on the back Une,
end 241 feet deep, more or less.
Tho TWO RICE PLANTATIONS at the-bost pitch
of tho tide, known as "Will Town" and "High
Wassie," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
plantation, situate in St Bartholomew's Parish, Col
felon District, opposite WU1 Town, on a large creek,
waters of Fon Poa Biver, containing jointly 1049
acres, of which 400 acres are rice land, under bank
(about 260 of which have been planted this year);
bounding to the north and northwest by lands of
estate Baynard and Edward Barnwell, to the south
on lands ot Mrs. Way oe. and to the east on said
creek. On tho place are two small Dwelling Houses
and accommodations for seventy or more negroes.
AIRACT OF PINE BARREN LVND, on the Pon
Pon Biver, St. Paul's Parish, opposite the WiU Town
Plantation, containing 180 acres of land.
Fifteen TOWN LOTS in the village of Witl Town.
The SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, in St.
Paul's T arish, Colle lou Dis trie:, 3d miles from Charles
ton, and ab nut 8 miles from Ad iras' Run Depot, on
the Savannah and Charleston Rai.road, known as the
.'Point Place," on Toogidoo Biver (the residence ot
the late Col. John S. Asbe), considered one of the
most productive and certain places on the coast, con?
taining about 400 acres ol land, of which about 200
are cleared. On the place are overseer and negro
bouses. This place ia considered healthy ta reside
on all tbe year.
Tho TRACT OF LAND OR ISLAND, commonly
known as Whooping Island on the Dawkoo Biver,
Colloton District, containing 217 acres of land.
"MOSS HILL" PLANTATION, lying in and
around Adams' Run. Colleten District, containing
about 1010 acres, more or loss, having about 60,000
Pine Trees, boxed; batting and boundiLg to the east
and northca-t by lands of estate of John T. Mar?
shall and the cstato of Wm. Wi kin?on, to the north
by plantation called "Veacbe's," owned by eetate
James King, and to the west by lands of Edward
The TB A CT OF LAND known as "Rexbury," St.
Paul's Parish, Co'.loton District, containing about
Conditiins-One-third cash; balance by bond, p.iy
?vle in two equal successive annual instalments,
with interest from day of sale, to bo sccurod by a
mortgage of tbe property, tho city residences to bo
tenured and policies assigned Purchasers to pay
for all necessary pa., ore and revenue stamps.
December 18 2 tuthsG u:tulhfsmtu7
Jvuitionccra' Jprinatc Sale*.
Residence on South Ray street.
BY LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
Tho three-story WOODEN BESIDEMCX, No. 28
South B.y (fifth west of King-street), containing six
upright and one dressing room, doable piazzas, on a
trick basement, and attached a brick addition, with
kitchen, wath room and servants' apartments, kc.
Lot measures 60 feet front by 160feet deep. This is a
very cool situation, and commands a fine vt? w of the
The LOT OF UND on Lamboll-street, sdjolning
tho ab ive on tho north, with two two-story Wooden
Boildings thereon. Lot 68 feet front by 160 feet
Apply as above, at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
January 8 tmw3
BY J. FRASER MATHEWES*
Real Cstato Agcut, No. 00 Broad-street,
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quaUty, on
deop water navigation and healthy locations all th?
B'CE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FABMS ll
all parts of the state.
CITY PROPERTY of evory description.
November 2 3mot>.
BANK NOTES, COUPON*. STOCK3 AND
BONDS, bought and sold at cttrrout market
rate; by J. ti. WILSuN,
Janutryl fmwfl No. 6 t-rcad street.
EXCHANGE FOR SALL1.
CHECKS ON KEW YORK
DRAFTS Os ENGL\ND
For .'tie in rams to suit, by
J. H. WILSON.
January 1 fmw? No. 6 Broad-strcot.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
.IN CURRENCY OR GOLD.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. 19 BROAD-STREET.
December 24 Imo
J^USSELL'S BOOR STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &c.
TQE POET AND THE PAlsTER, or Gems of Art
and i-ong, with ninety-nine 1-rge steel engrav?
ing, imperial Svo. moroco, S20.
TEKCTSO.N'S ENID III istrated by Gustave Doro, fo?
lio, ID an e egant binding, ?10.
T?K?TSOK'S LOCKSLT Ii ALL, illustrated by Honncsy,
4 octavo, $3.
GHAT'S ELZOT, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
crii''nal manuscript, 4io $6 20.
WAYSIDE Posi?s, origlual Potms of country life,
cdiiod by Robert Buchanan, with forty-sevon
illustrations. 4io. $10
THE BIRD, by Mich lei, ill'Strafed by two hundred
sud teu exquisite engravings b? GlacomclU. S6.
Ca nt ir is SOHO or ll MES ol t? manuel, selected
1 rom alleges by Philipnohaff, D. JJ., Svo, cloth
gili extra, $6.
COWPEU'S -A?LE TALK, and other Poems, Leauti
juliy illustrated by the mut emineat English
A-tist?, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
fcTOBT WITHOUT AM END, f-om the German of Ca?
ro ve, large 4to, with (ifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in i mi ta* io J of water color?, $7 6?.
CHRISTMAS CABOL by charles Dicken?, with thirty
iiiu-tratinns, by Ey ii DH?, -ma,? 4 ocavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
Scottish Poets, beautifully illustra,ed, 8vo, $4.
MAUROS, by Waller -cott, with fifteen photographic
Bin trauen , $8.
LATS OF THC HOLT LAND, from snclent and modern
writers, with sixty-three illust ations, 8vo, >6.
CHAMBEES' BOOK OF LATS a miscellany of popular
antiquities, two larne volume?, royal Bro, 99.
The above are aU In elegant bindings,
January 1 lyr
Omgesl -Oranges 1. .Pranget.L
BY J. A. MSLOW & CO.
Will be sold THIS l'AY, 8th instant, st IO o'efock,
alongside of Schooner-S.- D.-??organ, -lying-" at
8onth AUantic Wharf, * -
- M FLORIDA ORANGES
Barrels Florida Oranges. January 8
Furniture, Cooking Stove, Brutseis. Carpel!,
Crockery, $c. ,
CAMPBELL, MOX & CO..
Cash Auction House. Ko. 65 Hasel-sireef,
Opposite PostofHce. -
Will sell TBH DAY, nt M o'clock. ^?':<
MAHOGANY, FRENCH AND WALNUT "BED?
STEADS, Bureaus, Chairs Wardrobes, Four Velvet
Brussels Carpets, Bath Tub, Cottage Sets, Trundle
Bedsteads, Cook'ng Utensils, Assorted Crockery; 4c.
AS-Ou MONDAY, 11th in s lint, 60 cases BOOTS
AND SHOES at auction _January 8
Boots, Shoes and Hals.
BY MILES BRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will seB at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
60 cases BOOTS AND SHOE*), just received,
cosaisnPG OP :
Cases MEX'3 KIP AND BUFF BOOTS
Cas ea Men's Calf, Kip and Euri Brogans
Balmorals, Hunting Boots, Oxfords, tc, Aro.
Cases Women's Morocco, Goat aid Calf Bootees, sro.
Cartoons Ladies', Misses' and Children's Lasting
Congress, Balmorals, ic, ic.
25 cases, 160 dozen ,MtS'a WOOL HATS, assorted.
Sale Under Foreclosure of Mortgage of 'Per
tonal Property in the Mercury Office,*at
BY G. McBRIBE SMITH,
Agent of the Mortgagee.
On TUESDAY, the 12th instant, at 19 o'clock, will ba
poid, tn lota ns follows:
Contents of EDgi :e Room: one PORTABLE FOUB
HOBSE STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER
Contents of Press Room: ono TAYLOR'S PRES3,
dimensions 24 by 81; seven Foloing Tables, and
sundry otber articles.
Contents of Composing Roora: all the CHASES,
STANDS, Type, Imposing Stone Fall and Pulleys,
Gas Fixtures, and all other appurtenances., .
Contents of Office separately-Cos slating of FUS
N IT URE viz: CUAIltS, Stools, Counting House
Desks, Tables, one Counter 20 feet long, one News?
paper Rack 26 feet long, one lot Pictures, and Cards
in trames, two Office ?- toves, with piping, ono Iron
bufe, one lot Gas Fixtures.
Terms cash. G. MoBBIDB SMITH,
Agent of Mortgagee.
January 8 . ._fetng
WM. GURNEY; Auctioneer.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, on TUE-DAY, Jan?
uary 12,16C9, ut io o'clock, at No. 10 East Bay?
street, Charicst-n. S. C.,
ll HORSES, 1 MULE
2 Carts and Harness
toddles, Bridles, Tables, Desks, Chairs, Stoves, ic,
kc, being the surplus property belonging to tho
United States Government.
Property to be removed immediately after sale. .
Terms cash in Government fonds.
IDWABD L. DEANE, Disbursing Officer,
January 7_ Bureau ft. F. ? A L, 3,0,
Small Dwelling in Marsh street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. ?. BRUNS,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 12th instant, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postoffice,
That BtnaU two story WOODEN DWELLING, sit?
uated on the oast side of Marsh-street, known as No.
8. Lot measures 20 feet fi ont, by 116 feet in d' p th,
moro or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable, with in?
terest, in one and two years. Property to be insured,
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay ns for pa?
pers and stamps. fmiuS January fi
Two and a Half Story House, State-street:
W. Y. LEITCH Sc R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold, at auction, on TUfc.SD.VY, 12th instant,
at the Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
Thit two and a half story BRICK HOOK, on the
west side of State-street, known ss No. 37. House
contains six square and two atti: rooms, with gas
throughout; the Store weU fitted up with shelving
and cases. Lot 3C feet front by 28 feet In depth. Ou
the premises is a good cistern.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve months,
secured by bond and mortgage (with interest) of the
premises; property insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
January 6 _tnftu3
Valuable Beal Estate at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by tao
Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, Judge of the United Mates
Distriet Court for the Di-trlct of South Carolina,
I wi 1 offar for sale st public auction, on TUBS
DAY, January 12.186?, at .11 o'olock A. M., st the
Old PostofHce, foot of Broad-street, Charleston,
AU that LOT OF LAND, being part ef the lot for?
merly taown by the No, - Mesm?^-?rwt^ ta th?
Oiry oi Charlirton, measuring in width 'running
parallel with Meeting-street fifty (60) feet, and ta
depth forty-one (41) feet. Bounding north on lands
of Otis Mills, ea-t on lands of-Elliott, south on
lands of estate of James Gibson, and west on lot of
land below described
ALSO, - .
All that Otber LOT OF LAND, with the BUILD -
TNG S thorson, sitaste on Meeting- street, and for?
merly known as No. 284. Bounding te the west on
aleetine-street and measuring thereon say fifty (60)
feet, to the north on lands of estate of Jamas Gib?
son, and measuring on said Uno sar one hundred
and thirty-five 135) feet, to the out on lot of lind
above described, snd measuring on said Une tay
fifty (60i feet, and to the sooth on lands late of John
. Terms-One-third cash; balaice in three equal
successive an nu u instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing interest from day of
sale at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, and a
mortgage of the premises, buildings te be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. - LO DIS MoLATN,
Assignee of James Uro wno.
December 23 wino 9 tul
Valuable Beal Estate, corner Broad and
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
WU! soil on FRIDAY, the 16th inatint, at the Old
Fostoffloe, Broad-street, al ll o'clock,
Thn'. DESIUABLE CO-tNEB STORE, corner
of Bro td and Church tlreets,
a^o TWO ADJOINING vi\>RES dn Broid-at??er,
measuring on Bro id-street Siily-ohe |61) feet, more
or loss, and on Church thirty-eight (33) feot, more or
les?. Tho above proper.y ?obj so'd together.
Terms-Ono-th rtl cadi; bilanr-e in one and two
yea.H in equal onoutl ins:a m JU ts, secured by be-nd
and mortie, wi th interest fi om day of sale at seven
lier rca-. Buildings to bj insured and poltoyas?
signed. Purehiser ti pay Auctioneer for papers
cndstm.ps. mwfSthf3 January 4
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY oilers to thc Planters and Farmers of th"
South their Ferlih'zer. known as the "WANDO FEE?
TILIZ ?R," which thc experience of the past season
has proved to be one of tho most valuable in oar
market. It has for its base the materials from the
Phosphate beds ot tho Company on Ashley River,
and is prepared at tb eh* works at tho EAST END Ol?
HASEL-STBEET in this city. In order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the
Company has'made arrangements with the distin?
guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPABD r., who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal an.i thar ma?
terial purchased by the Company, and the prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale. The Com?
pany is resolved to make an article which wUl prove
to be a "Completo Manure." and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and other information, apply
to WM. 0- DUKES & CO., Agents,
No. 1 South AUantic Wharf,
january 4 m wf 3mos
91PUK TE ll S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Ac,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. 8. OOBWTN ft OO.
A*-Gooda delivered to Sil parts of the Oi ty.