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0? LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NFWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LEITERS REMAIN?
ING IN Tas PO?TOfFrcE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW P03TOFFTCE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
WILLIAM GURNEY will sdi at 10 o'clock, at
tue dcpcton South t onimerieal wharf, government
stores, in lots to trait purchasers'.
G. MCBMDZ Sanr.t will sell at 10 o'clock, nt his
salesroom, Brca?-strtet, horses, luules. lurriture.
A. C. McGmuvnAl will se'.l at IO o'clock, in front
of his office, Broad-street, building lot in st. Pbili
WILLIAM MCKAY wiil sell at 10 o'clock, in his sales
room, Meeiing-stieo;, furniture of a lamil v.
J. A. EN8XOW A Co. wll foll at ll o'clock.
Palmetto wharf, cargo molasses and U o hogsheads
HOLMES k MACBETH will scT at ll o'clock, in
front of their office, Rroad-Btreet, mules and harness.
N. HUNT k SON will tell at 10 o'clock, in their
sal room. Mcenng-stieet, boots, shoes and bro?
J. FKASTT. MATHCWI B will stU at ll o'clock, in
front of bis office, Bro-d-strcct, two mules and
R. M. MABSHAXX ? BROTHER will sell Lt quarter
pa 110 o'clock, at thou? offko, Broad-st: f it, mulet?,
horses, furniture, Atc.
MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
German Friendly Srciety. at 12 o'clock M.
Grand Lodge of South Carolina, nt 9 o'clock A. M.
South Carolina Lodge, at 7 o'clock P. M.
PERSONAL.-Justice A. J. Willard, of the Su?
preme besch, is in thc city.
Q^LuainiA AND AUGUSTA EAILBOAD STOCK.
Mr. H. H. BoLcon so'd yesterday, at auction, $450 )
of shares of thc Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Company at SR per shar i. Tar value $25.
BARNWELL foe BK AI*-Mr. J. S. Shuck, a
merchant of Barnwell Courthouse, who proposes to
pubUsh a paper at that place, to be called thc Barn?
well Journal, is in town, and staying at tho Pavilion
THE OTANDAIIAS HETUBN.-The return made
by the Acting Boird of Aldermen tr the writ of man?
damus was signed at the meeting of Council on Mon?
day night by all thc Aldermen present except Alder?
men Cunringhani, Wall an! Adams.
Pr. MAST'S CHIBCH.-The following gentlemen
^Bwerc elected vesir^mcu of thia church on last Sun
^Pday: F. Lafitte, B. Riols, J. P. Chazil, H. Z. Lauroy,
E. Poincignon ; C. P. Ainiar, Treasurer, and P. J.
COTTON.-Wc publish thi3 mo nina the circular of ]
Messrs. Smith, Edwards k Co., of Manchester, in re?
gard to thc suppl> ot cotton of this yew; also a state?
ment showing tho actual stock of cotton ot' all kinds
on hand in Liverpool December 31, 18G8, as com?
pared wi.h the estimated stock.
ASBEST OF Soc i H CAEOLINLANS rs AT/OUSTA.
The Augusta papers mention the arrest in th it city
cf Julius Reubensteio, of Blackville, S. C.. on the
charge of obtaining good* by i J ho pretenoes; and
also of J. B. Li.ing. 'or.. who was moving with his
family from Kingsville-. S. C.. to Arkansis. Living?
ston was arrested oa a t?l?graph e message from
Kingsville. No cau-o a: signed.
SALE OF ASSETS or CH ABLESTON SAVINGS
INSTITUTION.-Messrs. Leitch k Bruns sold yester?
day, at au' lion, tho following R*eeU of this institu?
tion, purchased at thc sale of Master James Tupper,
in April last, and not settled for:
John G. Chalk's bond lor $1083 75, at forty-seven
cents on the dollar. Eli Godding*' bond for $10,
127 38, at 62. Christopher Gerat;, 's bond for $1817
45, at 35. Another bond of same party for $16S4, at
80. MissC. C. Kelsey's bond for S837C 95, at 07.
Francis St Mark's hoad tor SG14 10, at 30. Conrad
D. Ludeke's bond for $537 42, at 40. W. If. Swiuton's
bond for $557 40, at 03. H. V. Toomei'd bond for
$312 20, at 87. R. T. Limehouse's bond for $1159 10,
at 47. Mrs. E C. K. PluJd's bond for $4040 20. at 21.
C. J. Relyea's boud fut $895 50. at CO. P. J. Coogan's
bond for $2091 75, nt 70. Terms of sale cash in ten
SOUTHERN BONDS IN NEW YOBK.-The follow?
ing ls the Herald's report of Saturday's market:
"The Southern State bonds woro again largely dealt
in both for invest me .t and speculator. Alabama
eights were scarce for delivery, and a number of j
'aborts' in them sufi'?' td in consequence, 'the mar"
ket was buoyant and strong, with the following as
the closing quotations at four o'clock this afternoon:
Tennessee sixes, ex coupon, C9>?aG9*?; Tennessee
sixes, new, 69.3,'ati9Ji ; Virginia sixes, ex coupon, 68%
a59; Virginia sixes, new, 62^803; Virginia registered
stock 50aSl ; Georgia sixes 82>faS3 ; Georgia sevens 92
a93; North Carolina sixes, ex coupon. CG.^aCC'j,
North Carolina sixes, new, 63>?aC4; Missouri eixes
37a87Ji; Louisiana sixes 73*74; Louisiana sixes,
levee, 69a69&; Louisiana eights, levee, 3l}2'aS2; Ala?
bama eights 91 j.a92; Alabama Aves 64aC5; South
Carolina sixes 70a71; South Carolina rixe^, now, 68a
70; City of Memphis 51>?a:2>?; Mobile and Ohio
Railroad, sterlings, OOcGl ; Mobile and Ohio Railroad,
interests, 46a48. The advance in these accmirJcs is
a sign of Southern recuperation which cannot be de?
TEE UNITED STATES COUBT, JANUAEX 19
HON. GEOBOE S. BUTAN, PBESIDING.-Ihe court
opened at ll oV'ock.
Ihe Judgo ap roved of the appointment of tLe
following assigi.c. .J:
In ro J. Murray Muirhead, Louis McLain, as?
signee; Jacob Gold ten, idem; Alex.R. Knox, idem;
Rcjt. B. James. Jiocaid J. Auld, assigneo; H. L.
Bonbow, idem;Francis H. K?nncdy, David J. Winn,
Ex parte Wm. Shepherd, ;u re Jos. Purcell. Peti?
tion to establish Uaa ard foreclose mortgage. Re?
ferred to Registrar, and ordered that \ copy of thc
petition be served on E. W. Marshall, asaiunee.
The Judge oreierc? final discba:g s inthofollow
icg ca es: Expar.c AlfrcJ P.lce. Banj. Ford, Joel R.
1 ho following petitions for voluntar* bankruptcy
were reictredta J. C. Carpen'.er, Registrar: Ex parte
G. W. Bradford. Oos. D. Blandina. Wm H. Burgess.
Orxusly BLnding, P. G. C mpbell. Jas. Chandler.
Robt. J. Dargan, Dani. A. Foxwo tb, Jas. A. tl arrha,
Jo3. Myers, Wm. h. Plow-den, Wm M. Reuse, John
G. Raffleld, Elijah L. iheiwonl. J s. BL SYilder.
THE FRANSL?X-STBSST COLO .JED SCHIOL.-At
the Convention of tho Episcopal Church in ! ou.h
Caroliua in February, lS?ti, a committee, consisting
of the Rev. C. C. Piackney, Rev. C. P. GaisJeu, Rev.
A. Towner Perter, Mr. Trcnholm. Mr. Eco, and Mr.
C. L, Kerrison, wa* appointed to look af.cr the reli?
gions and educational inter?s s of tbocolorod |:eoplo
in tffis State in counectJjn with the chu:ch. Theil
earnest and unwearied efforts resulted m tho pur?
chase of the building formerly used as the United
States Marine Hospital, and IQ having it properly
ftirniahcd with suitaolo school furniture. Not having
funds wherewith to carry on the school, they then
applied to the Protcstmt Episcopal Freedmen's
Commission, established by the General Convention
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United
State* of America, to .-upply the necessary teachers;
zo send the principal from thc North to organize
and carry on tho work. This waa at once done, and
on July niue, 1?C>7, tho school was opened with a
principal and four asaiaiat t teachers, and soon cf.cr
increased to tw Ive, all natives of ibis city. Tbe
average number of pupils enrolled for the school in
che years 1867 and '68 wna six hundred and twenty
one, wita an average at 'en dence of five hundred and
forty-nine. From tho nt*t there has been a marked
improvement in recula-ity of atendancy, general
deportment and interest manifested in their duties,
and the progress made by tho pupils ls fully equal to
that made in puoiic schools in g3ner.1l, and grea er
than could well have been expected when all their
ciroumstancoa and surroundings are cen idered.
Tho results realized have been very satisfactory,
and, lu many respects, better t an wa? exoec ed when
the work was uudortak fl. The . schcol was reopened
for the years 1833 and 'C9. on Nivember twenty
third, with a principal and ei.,ht assistant teachcre
tobe increased to twelve, ltjieed be, and its pros?
pects for increased useinlnesa are most favorable.
Viri?oriaro received on Wednesday a and Fridays,
and on every Friday at twelv-? M. the scholars are
catechised by ihe Reverend Clergy of the committee.
CLUBS LUD STAUB.-The following caso? were dis?
posed of at the Mayor's Court yesterday morning:
Sam Richardson, coiored, lying down drunk in
store in Market-street.
M. T. Christian, white, applied for lodgings.
Granted, and dismissed in the morning.
Michael Gorman, white, drunk and unable to take
care of himself in King-slrcet. Fined $5.
Julia Green, arrested on the charge ot having com?
mitted a la: cony of S40O from Mr. John A. Cook.
King-sttret. Held for larther examination.
Samuel Dorsey, colored, lodged for being under
the influence of liquor and assaulting Gorge Clark,
colored, corner of EUiott and Church-streets. Tined
A soldier, lodged tor being ora uk ard unab'e to
take care of himself. He afterwards broke a bucket
in 1rs cell. Fined 55.
I benia* Curry, lying down drunk in Tradd-tdree*.
Fir ed ?5.
The following cases will bc brought before the
Miyor thi? morning:
Ii .chut : nd Allrn, colorod.lcdued yesterday and held
subject to ihe order of M. H. Nathan, Esq.. Chief of
the Fire Department.
s. A. Lam by, colored, lodged for beiug drunk aud
disorderly in Church-street and St. Michael's alley.
HILL OF MOBTALITY.-fte turn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for tin. ..eek ending Jan?
uary IC, 1869:
CAUSES OF DEA3H.
Disease of Heart.
Hy drot horas.
Meningie, Cerebro Spinal.
Vi ita Hon ot God.
Want of Vitality.,
Total.I 31..I 1 21 SI 'll 4' 4
Whites, 6 ; Blacks and Colored, 17-Total, 23.
Under 1 year or age... 10 Between 50 and CO yrs. 3
Between laud 5 yrs... 1 between CO aud 70 yrs. 0
Between 5and 10 yrs.. 0 Between 7-) and 80 yrs. 2
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 1 Between SO aud 90vrs. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 1 Between 90 and 100 yrs. 0
Between 30 and 40 jrs. 3 Over 100years ot ago... 0
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 1
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Totals reported for tho week
endin? January ?, 1869_
Certificates for tho tollowing
since received :
Erysipelas of Head and Face
Oflico of City Registrar. January 19,1S09.
GEORGE S. P?L LR. M. D.. City Registrar.
REPORT?ES' CnoMBS.--The new house bl
Weutworth-atrect. near Rutledge, is quite an im?
provement on the old woodeL one.
An election w:ll take place to-n ?y fer master and
matron, and t?okkeeper and doorkeeper of tho
The fourth ann'versary of the Storrwnll Fire
Company will take place to-morrow evening at Ma?
T. A. Davis, a very respectable colored man, was
rei orted on Monday lost at the Guardhouse for buy?
ing stolon cotton. On an investigation of thc charge
Davis proved his innoconce, and thus preserved his
chat act er.
The Commissioners of the Markets will olect vari?
ous officers to-day to ai rve for tho current municipal
The Board of Firemastere will elect a clerk, super?
intendent of engines, and a pump contractor to-day.
There has been a second meeting of ladies to adopt
measures to assist Bishop P?rsico tn building a
church in Aiken.
Father Laverdiero, from Montreal, is on a visit to
the city, and is slopping at the Eiskop's residence,
Broad-!:tri et. He wiU leave on next Wednesday.
Major F. WU is takes Mr. J. A. Quackonbu.-h's
place on the Board of Firemasters by virtue of his
election to tho presidency of the .Etna.
A large number of vessels, in balkst. have arrived
in our harbor in the past few days, seeking freights.
Tho commission on planters' bonds has ad?
Mr. A. C. Kaufman, and not Mr. S. C. Deas, re?
sponded to the toast on "Woman" at the supper of
Brown and gray blankets, at the auction sale of J.
G. Milnor k Co., yesterday, brought frmi $3 37J? lo
S3 45 a pair.
Mules are lo great demand in thl- city.
The comer-stono of the new brick Catholic church,
to br. built on Sullivan's Island, was laid on Satur?
day with appropriate ceremonies, by tho Rev. Dr.
Lera-ingham and assisting priests.
The Giand Council of Royal and Select Masters of
South Carolina, w.ll meet in this city at 12 M., ou
tho 10th February.
'J ho State Road, about forty-five miles from tao
city, ia complained of by travellers.
Bishop Lynch left for Now Voik yoatcrlay.
A number of Und- Sam's boys in blue were on a
It is S?d that the ?dgo.- bu lin^r is lobe con.
verted into a theatre by a North"- o capitalist
Th- gold medal t > be presented to th i firemen, by
Mr. J. V. Gebert, theatiical man ger on saturday
night, can bo seen at Mr. A ian's, King-street, to?
day. It is valued at ..uckuudr.d dollars.
A rico sowing indriline, tho obj ?rt o< which ia to
work closo to tho (b<ch s or inccs and over ui.oqual
ground, thc invention of Mr. T. D. Dotterer, of this
city, hos beer naten cd.
Ri.-hop P?rsico is gomg to build, tn 'ilien, P. C., a
church in iho (lothie sty lc, instead of a chapo! i r?.
A while m tu was cut across the throat amt in tho
r. roast yesterday, in Pitt-street, by a part', of colored
men with whom he hod aa altercation.
The Delta Ledge of Perlectioa met last evening,
and conferred the tourt cnth degree and elected olli
cers, which wiU bo lound elsewhere.
'J lu- ene hundred and third anniversary of Ihe
German Friendly Society wUl be celebrated to-day.
Officers elected and Jinner served at 4 P. M. at tho
liase baU ia slightly looking up again.
There was a fashionable masquerade last night.
Tho costumes were elegaut and uuque.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Jauuary 20.-C/urlcs'on
Hotel.-A J Thouron, City; A G Cavedo, steamer
Dictator; DRial?y, Georgetown; F Gregorie, Mount
Pleasant; J ? Picket, Williamson; i hes Harper.
Anderson; P L Cchen, Augusta; General s Oakman,
Barzelia. Ga; W R Nelson. Comd?n; G A Woodwardt
Winusboro'; J M Martin, Florida; J D Bowles, So
E\ Co; J C Gillett. Miss Wick?, Poughkeepsie, N Y;
Viss J P Wicka, E A Wicka, T D Daly, M D Landon,
New York; J A Palmer, J P Palmer, Eo3ton; Geo E
Waring, Jr, Rhodo Tsland; L Marshall, Sewbeiry; W
A Christian, New York, Wm Lawson, England; D M
Barbour, Baltimore; Ci A Woods and lady, Darling
ton; Mrs Gibson, Darlington; M Dachork, U Davis,
Annie Doland and Henry Ashley, Nev York; BF
Ire?. Ph lade phia; J fi Mayo, Beaufort; G M Wrlc,
St Helena; L D Plac , New York ; H Canler Sav muab.
Pav lion Ho el.-J G Stagcer?, J B Crumpler, San
tecs; F Gresorle, Mount Pleasant; S Br wn, Bia L
ville; S R Haysdale 'iimmonsvtlle; M DuDiex, Now
York; Dr L it Byrd and lady. Timmonsvllle; John n
Bcsher, W C Hoalaid and rife. New York; 1 J Hut
son. Williamsburg; C H Barnwell. South Ca olina;
Mrs Cleckleyono oi'ild, liarnw 1); Mrs F H Ham?
berg, chi'd and servant. Barnwell; L R Beckwith,
T J nigdore. Jam.-on. K C; W W Ward, R H Hud?
son, W s Camlin, Kinostree; E T Davis, Colleton; E
M Speights. 1 hos McPier, R T Buckner. Beaufoit;
Wm Ferebeo. Grahamville; L R and J M GI bert,-;
C H McLeod, Salkehatchie; J W Hnznlet. Mount
SALE OF OLD IMPORTED WINES.-Ur. J. Fraser
Mathewes sold at auction josierday 14. casks of Sher?
ry, ranging in price from SI to $1 55 per gallon; 5
casks Port, at SI 35; 10 quarter casks of Gin, at 85c,
and Cordial at $16 50 per caso. Ale brought $2.
These wince, liquor and ale were vory old and im?
ported long ago.
DERELICT COTTON.-Messrs. Courtenay &
Tronbohu aro tbe agents ot Messis. C. H. Mahony Sa
Co., of New York, who arc alone autu.orlz'-il lo set?
tle 6ilvage on al! cotton picked up in tho vicinity of
Cape Lockout, from the wreck of thc steamship
Guli City. They caution per oas picking up aDy ol
sai.l cotion lo nport to them.
THEATRE.-To-night "Under tho Gaslight"
will be ripealed to our citizens by special requosL
Our of Us scenes represents the loomb's Court efl
New Yo'k ada pettifogging lawyer doing the un?
fortunate* who sock justi-e. The speech o! ts
lawyer is one of tho best hils wc have everhcoid,
and we advise cur lezal friends to be pr sont if they
wish io e joy eomctLiug rich.
CA BOLINA PICE.-In many countries in inc
Southern i arts or the world rice i? a ptime article nt
subsistence, and previous to tbe late war it was so
on tbe seabonrd of t-outh Carolina, whore thc flno-t
quality of this grain grown to commerce was raised;
but thc disturbed state of labor arising out of that
event so much reduced the product herc, (hit tho
i crop r-in-ehas not been more than a fourth or fifth
I ot';ts formor proportions. The diminished growth
has doublod the price, and the poverty of thc people
in ihi . section bas lessened its consumption, but thc
general demand of tho United Slates basso much
increased, that thc whole crop now rai=cd finds a de?
mand at in :1 prices. Bot we have a large amount i f
fertile low buds which will gradually bc devoted to
its culture should remunerative prices continue, of
wh/ch thore is a strong probability. There was for?
merly a considerable exportation of thi'> graiu to Eu
rupe, and being used in thosa sut-.-- hy the rich,
who are able to pay a hi?h value, ti? . . . superi?
ority of tho Carolina artlclo will insure i's salo at a
hi?h figure. In proof of this wo publish from tho
Kew Tork . hinplnti List the following letter from
high authority in England :
LIVEBPOOL. December 30, 18C8.
S'ince the war iu thc United States, we have seen
nothing of this much istccmed product in KnsL-tnd
which se- ms to have become conspicuous ny its ab
Keucc. A small lot, sent over herc from Now York
was submitted by public auction last week, an! with
spirited bidding, was run up to 40'. ror cwt, or tak
ing gold at 135, S240 per ton. To tho astouisbnieut
ot everybody, tho bid was refused and th'! parcel
held for 42s. At first si?lit the*e bqui cs would scorn
to be unwarrantably high, but snob real y is not tb
case. Owing lo th? want of Carolina, our poop!
have been get ing educated into papua top pri o
for fine qualities, and 35s. has for a loug time past
been regularly paid or cieaued Java, which is uotto,
bc compared, ei ber iu color, ?rain, or as an edible
to tho Carolinn. Permanent high prices would (hore
lore seem a certainty.
HOLMES ft MACBETH sell 6omo una mules to-iay.
FOBS at coat nt thc Temple of Fashion, No.
Sn,*: AND ALPINE HATS, just r?coivcd at tho
Temple ot Fashion, No. 2C9 King-street.
CHOICE GREEN A:.D BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, nt Wilson's Grocery, southo.vl corner Society
and Anson streets. Gcodi delivered troo.
LADIES' LENCH: AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in bVOry style. Mineo pies, tu sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate ut all boura. leo crpam every
?ETNA FIBE IN?DRANCG COMPANY.-Mr. A.
H. Hayden, eorucr King and Has.il street;, is tho
agcut for this and several other oldaud rc labio com
THE ATTENTION OF DEALESS is invited to the
sale of new crop sugar and molasses, by Mossrs. J.
A. Enslo.v k Co., at ll o'clock this day, alcn^sid
6chrooner Minnie, at Palmetto wharf.
TROPICAL FRUITS. - Messrs. Paul, Welch &
Brandos are now receiving a largj iuvo:co of tropi.
cal fruits by the schooner Mary Ann -usau, at Ko: r's
wharf, which they will sell low from the Vessel,
'ikey have in storo a lurco lot cocoanits, seed and
table potatoes of ull varieties, cranberries, apples, Ac.
WE KEFIR TO J?HN COMMINS, NO. 131 Mcst
ing-slrect, n^ir Market. He offers mou'a water?
proof mining brogan.-?, wo h woodcu soles, at $1 23
per pair; also sove.i ca3cn of children's waterproof
bootees, ludia .Tibhcr solos, a **tr*b'e shoo, at $1 00
por pair. swJ January 10
INDELLIBLE PENCILS, for marking liniu, Pal?
ace Playing Cards, very handsome ; common Cords,
15 cents per pick; Check Books and Bank Booka
vert low; Slate recoils 25 cents per box; Shipping
Caids and Ta;s; also, Masonic Certif?cales in parch?
ment and book form, at COURTENAY'S,
January 16 eniwC 9 Bioad-.trcet.
ALL PHYSICIANS (wherever it has boon tried)
rrcommenda "Hoed'a ' overoign Balm" lor Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Whooping Cough, ftc. It oan be
found Kemi:ne at Dowio ft Moise's Drug Store, cor?
ner of Mcotlng and Hasel street*.
January 13 wfm6
TESTIMONLVL BENEFIT. - Saturday night
Manger Gilbert receives a buncfit fr itu our fl romea.
Ho will award tho company CU .orim: of ibo larg st
number - f tickets, a Gild Mo .al v 'ucd at SIJ0,
mauuf..ctu:od by Mr. J. Lewin, and on exhibition at
the storo of air. Jame? Alla.i. Kng-srcol. Presi?
denta ol companies ;o iring to contest far thu prizo,
should cal! on !\lc John Hums, at Hineruiun Ila!,
?iiim. diatciy. ; n I .e.uru tickets. Na : cs of Com?
mittee cf Arrangements ?rid uv pul).i hod tatunl.y
O'irniii.' 4 January 20
3l)irti uno /aniiiljinij t&ooh.
A \' E W SUPPLY l?F
S T J\. LR,
SHIRTS AND CELLARS
Which are offered for sale at
THIS IiUWKST CASH P.'tlCKSI
M E IS T 1 \ G - S T K 13 IC T ,
OPPUSirE THE MAUKE T HALL.
January 9 Ornoo
gHAVl.Mx A?l> ilAllt-CCT'T?ISt?,
W . E . M A lt S H A L L ,
AT Tn li
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
fio. 31 (UP STAIRS).
Q KU. U . UOPPUCK,
Charleston, a. 0.
P. GADSDEN HASSLL. timos September 21
gSr'V?kC Earthly l?rmain-i cf Captain
II. WIETING will bp committed lo his grave THIS
DAT, tho 20th instant, at Tbroo P. M., at ihe German
Lutheran Cemetery ?Bethany).
fl?-C< >NSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN*, from New Y?rk,nrenotiaed thal sbels
discharging cargo at A-'ger's Wharf THIS DAT. Goods
remaining on tho wharf at ?-unset will bo stored at
expense and risk of owner?.
JAMES ADGER ft CO.,
J.n?ary20 1 A?rente.
?3" ESSAYS FOR YOUNO MEN.-ON THE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth aud Early Man?
hood, with lin humane view of treatment and eure,
sent by mail f.-oo ol chamo. AddrcsB HOWABD
AS-OCI AITON. PoxP, Philadelphia, Pa.
Jauuary 20 Sni"
tfjpTrlE REPRESENTATIVES OF THF,
celebrated author, rtlCHlP.D LOVELL FDQ-1
WORTH, eldest son of Packingham Edgworth, of |
Edgworthtcwu, Norso County, Longworth, Trcland,
will hear something much to their advantage by
noticing this advertisemont. Thc said Edgworth
was an officer in thc navy, married an American
lady, and souled near Gcoreclown, South Carolina.
Elizabeth Knight the lady's naroo. He died about
tho year 1790. L. J. B.
Georgetown, South Caro'ina, J?nuaiy IS, i860.
Jauuary 23 1
tW DERELICT COTTON, &c.-ALL PER?
SONS saving COTTON OR OTHER PROPERTY
ot sra, from thc vicinity of Cape Lookout, v. hero the
steamship "Gulf Citj" wes latoly wrecked, and
bringing sumo lo this port, uro horeby notified ai'd
ri quested to report thc sams to tie undersigned,
who represent Messrs. 0. H. MALLORY k CO., of ]
Now York, and who nre alone authorized to settlo
the salvage. All sales of su h Cotton or other pro?
perty without our knowledge aud coascnt la ln-reby
forbidden. COURTENAY ft IT.?NHOLM,
January 20 3 Union Wha-vos.
SSS" COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 18. 1ST.9.-The following
named pcrious aro recognized as ASSISTANT AS?
SESSORS, appointed under ibo act providing for Ino
Asscsfnicut and Taxation of Proporty, fur thc Coun?
ty of Charit sion, to wit:
Fifth District, lying east of the Santcc Canal and
Cooper River (instead of o.ist of tho Northeastern
Railroad and HIT Cooper Rtvcv. as previously pub?
lished), S. D. RUSSELL, and-.
Sixlh Eistrict, lying west of thc Santco Canal and
Cooper River, E. P. M IK ELL.
Scven'h District, comprising all of llic Parishes of
St. Andrew'sand St. John's Collcton, 1 BOS. A. BAY
NAUL'. A. J. RANSIEK, A. C. C.
US' NOTICE.-I HAVE APPOINTED MY
Son, JOHN HENRY AVERILL, as my Assistant for
tho Inspection of Flour.
All Crders will bo promptly attended to if left at
No. OS EAST BAY. C. N. AVERILL,
.Tci! ii arv M C Inspector of Flour and MeaL
?5-RECEIVER'S NO LT JE.-THE UNDER?
SIGN bD, having boen appointed Heccivor of tho
lat? firm rf DAWSON k BLA<;K?>IAN, hereby give?
notice that all claims ag liait sud firm must he pr??
sente l to him, and nil persona indebted mu-t moko
payment to JNO. T. HUMPHREY*,
Jauuary 13 No. 27 Broad-aireat.
?x*CB ARLES ION GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
CHARLESTON. JiNUAbY 5. 1809.-U a raoeting
of thc Board of Dir c ors of tho Chaelesiou Gas
Light Company, held Ibis day, tho fallowing resolu?
tions were ndepted :
Resolved, 'I hat in view of Hie many serious acci?
dents report d in tba uewspspera from the uso of
oilier lights, a-ed ic (ho co.indent expect mon-nat
tho public will sustain this Company in thc reduc?
tion o. the prico ot R.as by an Ineroa^eH consump?
tion, that af.er tao expiration of the present month
Ihe price b : reduced to FOCh DOLLARS PER
. UOUSA.ND FKEf.
R soloed, 1 hat as an addit'oual inducement to new
consumer.'', the Company will supply and put in ot
i.B own expensa tho servico and supply pipe tor tho
bas-incut story of tho houae of any new applicant,
nuder such regulations an the Coard of Dirncton?
mai ostablhh. W. J. HERIOT, r-oorotary.
January 7 12
sJSrDXn YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
Kill LTE ft CHAPMAN, coruorKino; and Radcliffe
streets, and got a better article f J: thc same money
than at any other cstabliahmeut io the city.
Novoiuber ll 3mos
?S- FLOUR, COHN, HAY, Ac.-MESSRS.
JOHN CAllPaEN ft CO. havo opened a Branch to
their Market-street Flouring Mills ot tho corner of
EriBt Bay and North Atlantic WbarL Thc Store is
large and commodious, and having seem od a full
stock of thc vai io us cereals, they uro pr o parc J to fur?
nish their customer* with Grains at thc lo .ve.-', mar?
September 21 3, eow24
?2-STATE OF sOUIH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Personally appeared bo
fore mo, C. G. MEM MINGER, President of the Sul?
pha.lc Acid and Superpho?ph ito Company, who,
being duly sworn, saith that tho capital of the said
company ha3 been i nero wed to eighty thousand dol?
lars, and has been paid into him in current funda
and property at its sworn valuation.
(Signed) C. G. MEMMIixGEIt.
Sworn to bo.'orc me Dccetnbor 22, .863.
(Signed) JACOB WILDMAN,
OFFICE OF CLCSK OF TNT: COURT OF COSTMOX PLEAS
FOO CUABLKSTON COUNTY.
I, A. C. RICH . UNO. C erk of the said Court, do
horeby certify tba. tte 1 regoin ; ia a true and cor?
ri ct cop* cf tho alfi avit oftho Pr?sident of ho Sui.
pb H rie void and up JI pliojphalii Company, and tba:
tae LiuJavii hu been djly niel au J iccordcJ iu luis
lu testimony ?ho. col. I have hereunto
[ ) soi m h.ii.i and uffix-.-d lil?! f-oil oi the
' J said - olin thia a?d . i D.> e u r, iS ?. *
-?- ISigUOd) A. C. RICHMOND,
Clerk Court Comuiea Plea?.
C'ccoinber 2J- w .
KS- 'A LIi'l LE BILIOUS."-HOW OF1T.N
tins id tho ro-poaac io Ce? inquiry after a friend's
hoi:ili; sj if io be bi i roa was a tr ?lin,: matter, hard?
ly worth tbi king ftt>. L But ?ct it ho remcinri rcJ
lira;, OJ "lall oaks from little acorns gc w," so
lormi'Ublo diseas.a urns l.-oui being '-a little
sc turo blliou sat sela arc 5 ore common in 'piing,
ruminer and autumn iha ? iuwiul.r, bul tho sori
oti- disordersof tho liver will h soof'en cen r nt
those reason*, niiglr. bu tr-cc.l, iu hundreds oi ia
EUtic s. to winter indulgences and their iv fleeted
con-eip euc ?. More highly sea-oned food is eaton,
more fiery driat-s itub-Ucd, ia colJ thun iu warm
weatlier. and hu < tho b'liju?uc.-s l- produced whn h,
uulier a warmer temperature, culminates in remit?
tent and in.ermltlcnt levers.
The v.'ry h st meJteao for piersons who aro
ciiher a LIITLK or a OOOD DEAL bilious, is UOS'XET
TEK' . .vrOilAtllT Bli TER-. No blue pill or calo
u cl fe required m such cases. 1 lioso powcrtui
miuoiai medicin-s cut two wjy.->, -ike a doublc
e<:gcd sword. 'Univ act. it is true, upou tho liver,
but react most deleteriously o a other parts of the
sy.-iem. Th-y "stick" there, and cannot be got rid
of Tho I?ittoM contaui vcgotible ageuts of an anti
biiious tenJeucy, that prod icu a specific and most
cenia! eflcct upon thc biliary organ without entail?
ing any ovil coaseipieucos whatever They are
altogether wholesome, and act favnrab'y and simul?
taneously i po i thc stomach, thc liver, tho bj'.vela,
t,e nervi i's system, and tho brain.
Jauuiry IC n.to _ G
BATCHELORS 11Alli DVE-HHS
julondid Hair Dye ts the best ic thc world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, rehab lu
DfUniaueons; uo disappoint.ne uo ridiculous
tints; cvmetliei Oto ill ejects ot bad dye?; icvijio
raU-s and leaves thc hair soft and b-ei t'.'ful black or
brown. Sold liv ad Druggts1^ and ?*. rfumers; and
properly opplietl at Ilatchelor'd Wig Factory, No
Uoort-slrcet. New York. lyr Jauuary 3
JtES* PRIDE AND iiRIDEGKOOM-ESSAYS
FOR YOt NG MEN on Uie interesting relotioa of
Bridegroom toBndo in fha institution ot Marriages
a Rinde to inatrimouial felicity and true happlnesa.
Sent by mail in soaled letterenvelopeB free of charge.
Address HOWABD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. September
AGRIGULTURAL I1IILPLJM:NTS, &O.
FINE CUTLERY AND GUNS,
A General Assortment of Hardware,
LOW FOR CASH.
Charles Kerrison, Jr.,
No. 342 KINO-STREET.
January 20 wsm3
HABT Sc GO-,
COHN Kit KING ANO HARKET 5T5.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLOUGH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
Consisting of POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS and EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
ANO A VARIETY OF
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VAR.ETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. 8.-Descriptive Catalogues can bc had on ap.
plication. fmw3mos nae November 27
ilnilincnj (00OD5, &c.
ATISS X' -"II'KTLA.\D,
No. 008 KING-STREET,
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wftn 3mofl
ROME P. CHASE,
FLORENCE S. C.
AGENT FOR BUTING, SELLING AND RENTING
PHOPKRi Y in and around the ''City of Florence;"
offers -r.ilu ihic Town Tots.
He is also ?gent for tho Brooklyn and tho Manhat?
tan Ule Insurance Com anica, and solicits the pa?
tronage of his friends in the a hov ? lines.
W'ih a view to chung?n in buMness, he offers his
valuable Stock and fowu Propctty, wi tn his splendid
storo, atand Velow cost.
Address and call on bim. 3* January 19
HUNT, BROTHERS df CO., CHARLES?
TON, e. c.
HUNT, THOMSON & CO.. No?. 97 AND 99, WATER
BTBBlST, NEW YUCK.
COTTON FACTORS AND IMMISSION MER?
Having recently f stablisaed a house in Now York,
wu aro propared to offer cvory f>ciUiy for rece viug,
forwtrdiug and sell na COTTON and other Produce.
Libctal advances made on consignments, alao on
shipment!) to our fr enos in Liverpool.
January 18 C
rjpiIE BAUN WIS LL SENTINEL,
ESTABLISHED IN 1832.
Published at Barnwell Courthouse, and circula to a
in Barnwell, Beaufort, Cnlletou and Edgeflrld.
Terms as reasonable aa any pspor In the State.
E."A. BRONSON. Proprietor.
WALK1R, EVANS k COGSWELL, Agents in
Charleston. Imo January 18
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NOT AR F PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 Uroad'Stncet.
RESPECTFULLY SOLI0IT8 BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and In WRITING UP AND P05TING their BOOKS,
eitbpr in part or whole. Ac. January 9
p H. TR KITH OLM,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
C II A D LC -TON, s. C.,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
Ja< nary ll Sm s
^y?LLIs ta ClliSOLAl.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
s ni rn sa AGEXT.*.
Wt LT. ATTFN I? TO TIT" PURCHASE, SALE ANr
SHIPMENT Ito Foreign and Domca'.ie Pori?) ot
COTTON. RICE, LUM HER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WJ3ARF, Charleston, S. 0.
tt.WIT.r rs.A. R. '"UISOL?I.
O. toSor ?
ron:.:s AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOlIETY STREETS.
November C(> fmwfimos
T T O SUSSTiVU,
DYER AND SCOURER;
111 Marlctt-itroct, between King and
GENTS' C?iTS. VE-51S, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed. Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfm3mos
V A NCUS
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
110 L D CO T T ON IN ENGLAND,
Where Sro RAGE, INSURANCE, and other oxpenses
for hof -Ina a o LESS than m the Unitod Stales, we
TEN CKJITS PEU POUND
Sh!p;i :d to otu- friends iu Liv rp aol, chargir.e: thc Eng
Hrh commorci.ilra.e of interest, wnioh at present ia
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold a* long as desired.
C LAGHORN. HERRING k CO.,
H. GK CP Y ? CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. il SOUTH CALVE RT-STREET,
F. H. GBUPY.H. G. CUBTA1N
October 19 9-3moa
Booti, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters,
ie., $c. -
BY N. HUNT & SON.
1 HIS DAY, tho 20th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
salesroom, So. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell for
Onr usual splendid assortment of 100 cases of
BOOTS, SHOE?, Brogan*, Balmoral?, Gaiter?, icc,
ali Ire.'h and desirable (roods and regular sizes, to
which we Invita thc attention cf hayeis.
Positive Sale of Building Lot in St. Philip
street, east side, third south of Spring
BI A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
WiB be sold, at 10 o'o'eck, TFTS DAY. tho 20th
instant, in front of my office, 29 Broad-street, sign
of the Bed Post and Kag.
The above uno EOT, measuring 36 feet front by
lin deep, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay auctioneer for pa?
pers. January 20
Nev Crop Muscovado and Cuba Molasses, per
Sehr. Minnie from Caibarien.
BY J. A. EiNSLOW & CO.
THIS MORNING, 20th inst., at ll oVock, will be
sold, on Palmetto Wharf,
2 hhds. SUGAR
6 hhds. ) Muscovado Molestes, raid to he equal to
12 tierces ) Porto Elco
44 hhdp. new crop Cuba Molasses.
Three Fine Mules, One Set Double Harness, $c.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Auctioneers, No. 36 Hroad-strcet.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 20th January, at ll o'clock,
in front of our Omeo.
Three FINE MULES, one Set Double Harness.
Terms OMh. January 20
Ttco Fine Work Mules and Saddle and Draft
BY J. FRASER MATH EWES.
Will bo sold, at my office, No. 66 Broad-street, THIS
DAY, at ll o'clock.
Terms cash. January 20
F. P. Mirrors, Office Stoves, Carpets, large
lot of Household Furniture, at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
Five Prime Mules, Four Large Horte.?, Wag?
on, Drays, Harness, ?rc, ut Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, quarter-past 10 A. M., at No. 33 Broad
Sloop Parisienne al Auction.
BY R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TO MORROW, 21at instant, at ll o'clock, wilt lo
sold, at the wharf, foot of Picckney-streot,
The above SLOOP, in petfect order, being four
tons burthen, and well adapted to irai lng or OHblng.
'J erm s cash. January 20
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Hotel in
Camden, knoion as DeKalb House.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,
On TUSSO ^Y. the 9th ot Fenruarv, 1863. a* ll
o'clock A. H., will be sold at the Old Poslofflci,
The HOTEL in dinden, known hs the DESALB
HOUSE situate on tho northciist corner of Bro id
and De Kulb titree'8. The lot boina known and dis
tingiiisheu in th j plan of Camden at part of lot No.
773, measuring ono hundred leet on Broad-street,
tim e hundred and twenty-two ice' on DeEalb-street;
bound'd north by lot No. 772, cast by ri maim og
portion of lot No. 773, fouth by DeKa.b-street, and
west by Brotd-strcct.
Tums-Two tboucond four hundred dollars cash;
the balance on a credit of one. two, throe and four
years, secured by bond ?ndmortgage, with buildings
in- u red and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for J
stamps and papers.
BtNJAMIN Y. PIPPEY.) Aseigmes
WILLIAM S. WILSON, 1 in
JOHN BYERS, } Bankruptcy,
(Of the firm of Tracy, irvin k Co., Bankrupt*, New
York.) wsC Jaunary 20
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THI3 MARKET, COMPBIS
LNG ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBTN, P.IMENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGLENIQTJE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND-FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tho ladies are r^apoitfuliy invited to call and cs
amine beforo purchasing elsewhere.
C. P. PASKXIK.
CU Eil TS T A ND A F O THEO'A R Y,
No. 123 ?Tocting-stro?t,
vovember 13 fmw3mos Charleston. H. C.
R E A T A T T R A V T I O S
QUINCY'S & CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART OALLEUY.
NOW ON EXIilBIlION 1H": LAIlflE->T ANJ
fl:.c-tColicctlou of CfJROMO LITHOGRAPH ever?
reen in Charleston. They aro perfect copies of col
cbrnlcd Works of Art both ancient ?ind nisdern.
Amone Ibo collection may bo found SALVA I OB
ROSA'S HI.AD OF CHRIS], Correggo's Magda ene,
A. Delacroix s Tide Golmi Ont, A. Delacroix's Tide
Comin;: lu. Turner's Voulco, Jacksou'a Engtian
See ncr;, How bot tom's English Scenery. Bauer's
EuaUsl and Irii h Scenerv, Vio?s on the Khiuc, the
Jungi'ruud, ?he Wetterhorn, Marino Views, and
The public aro respectfully invited to rall and eec
three bcantiful Works ol ATL They are oiTcxcd for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction m the pnce PORCtLAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent lniprovinient? m producing these
pictures enable us to now oiler the at nearly onc
hujftiiH former prices, and lar sape. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
rLAlN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-pecial attention given to ?hildrcn. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Hatixfac
lluu in all cases truaruutced, and at prices to corres?
pond with the times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At lt educed Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF TSE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAUOLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These ore the first and only Photographs ever taken
in that locality.
No. 261 KING-STRHET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
November la 3???
Furniture, Bedding, Crockery, ?cc., ofa'Farn0
Hy declining Housekeeping. \
BY WILLIAM McKAY.
At lila Store, .vo. 136 Sleeting-street.
At 10 o'clock THIS DAT (Wednesday), 20th In
a tant Particulars mern lng of sa.c.. January 20
Sale of Government Stores. ?
WM. GURNEY, Auctioneer.
There will be sold at Public Auction, at tho United
State? Subsistence) Depot. South Com marcial wharf.
East Bay-street, at 10 o'clock A. M., THIS DAY,
January 20,18J9, in lots to suit purchasers,
9,338 lbs. DEsICi A'lED POTATOES,
28,467 lbs. Desiccated Mixed Vega'ablcs ,
Put up in Zinc casea of about 60 poonda each. '
These Stores have not boen condemned, being ia
perfect order, but no longer required for use by
the Government ; they aro an exe. hont aiUole of food
for either man or Least
A?TEB WHICH, WILL HE SOLD.
Thc following i. U >D KMNED SIGHES, vis:
4 bbK POSE
97 bbls. Corn Meal
346 lbs. Bacon
26 Bake Pana.
Terms cash, in Government fonds.
THOMAS C. SULLIVAN, C. 8., U. S. A.
Office Depot Commissary, South Commercial Wharf,
Charleston, 8. C. January ll, 1869.
Horses, Mules, Two Drays, One Cart, Two
Buggies and Harness, One Wagon; also,
Furniture, consisting of Fine Mihogany
Chamber Set, Marble-top Bureaus and Wash-"
stands, Fine Mahogany Wardrobes, Mohair
Chairs, Rockers, Carpets, Mirrors, Bed-. ?
steads, Bedding, Tables, Countinghoute
Desk, Office and Cooking Stoves, ?-c., af
BY G. McBRIBE SMITH.
THIS DAY, thc 20th in stunt, at 10 o'clock, ' at
? his salesroom.
27 PUNES, a lot of Hinges and other Sundries.
Janmry 20 *
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Under and by virtue of a Decree of tho Court of
Equity for Charleston Countv, I will aeU, at Publia
Auction, THURSDAY, the 4th February prox., at
ll o'clock, on the premises, No. 17 liroad-?treei. .<
ALL THE STOCK IN TRADE AND FEATURES OF
A WELL APPOINTED DRUG STORE,. .
cesaisrzKO mt VAST OF:
DBUG3, MEDICINE?, Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
Bottles, Jars, Cosmetics, Counters, Scales, Surgical
Instruments, and all the necessary Founts for manu- ?
fae turin g Soda Water. Also, the Good Will of the
ebtablisbment JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver ot Dawson A Blackman. -
Terms of aale cash. wsSthl January 20 ?
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Under and by virtuo of a decree of the Court of
Eqnity for Charleston Countv, I will aol1, at public
auction, on WEDNESDAY, the 3d day of February
prox., at ll o'olock, nt the Old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND with the three story Brick
Store and outbuildings thereon, situate oa the souita
side of Broad-street, corner of Gadsden's Alley,
known as the No. 17, measuring and containing ia
front on Broad-street twenty-seven feet six Inches
(27 ft 6 in,), und in dopth on Gadsden's Allay nlnety
tLreo feet six inches (93 tt G in.), be the said dimen?
sions more or tess; cutting and bounding to the .
north on Broad-'treet, east on land H now or lato of
-, south on lands no w c r late of-, and west on
Gadsden *a Alley.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in ono and tva'
years, occured by bond* of the purchaser, bearing
interest at Bevon per cent per annum, payable semt
annnaily, secured by mortgage of the premises;
buildlugs to bo insured and the pol'oy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and tor stamps.
JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver of DAWaON it BLACKMAN.
January 13 ws7
frndintm1 griimte- Sales.
House on Cannon-street with large Lot.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
At Private Sale
The two story WOODEN RESIDENCE on brick
basement on souih i-ide of Cnnon-strcet, No. 9$,
about two doors west of Rutledge Avenue, contain?
ing seven upright and two attio rooms, double
riizzi, etas; on premliea are ki chan, vc Lot 98
feet front by 206 feet deep, more or leia. Apply aa
above, at No. 23 BROAD-Slit LET.
January 18 . 3
BY WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
CORNER CHURCH AND BROAD - STREET.
Also. No. 7 THOMAS-STREET. For particulars,1
apuly at No. 130 MEETING-MTREET.
January 19 . .
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agent, .\o. 56 ?road-street.
For saletand Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on '
deep water navigation as/i healthy^catlens all the"?.
RtCE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ia
oil parts of the State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3mos.
H .. . .. tt, '../.-. .5.
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCH. STOCK AND DIES.
STEEL LETTERS ANS STAMPS
CHUCKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GKRBIAN SILVER KEY?
KINGS, CHAINS, ?te. >
BY TSE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, dtc
rio. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
ter Call and examino specimens.
January 16_ 3moa
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,.
No. 3 BROAD-STREET,
FREE READING ROOM,
CONTRACTS MADE ON THE BEST TERMS WITS'
Three Hundred Southern Papen.
January t _ mwthalfi .
p H . SASS,
* ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
49- once Ne. 96 BROAD-STREET, north side?
between King and Meeting. Maya