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CrjLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTEKS REMAIN
USO IN THE POSTOSTTCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEER. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCSIOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALSS THU DAT.
Ii. M. MAE?HALL & BROTHES will sell at ll
o'clock, at wharf foot of Pinckncy-siro;t, sloop Pa?
MIXES DRAKE will sell at 10 o clock, at his store,
corner King and Liberty streets, clothing, dry goods
T. at. CATER will ann at three-quarter? past 9
o'clock, in his store, B: cn n's wharf, nutter, lard ana
JOHN G. MiLNor. A Co. will sell at io o'clock. <n
their salesroom. Mc-ting-street. dry goods, writiag
MEE TINGS THIS DA Y.
Stonewall Fire Enttme Company, at 4 P. M.
Charleston Kook sud Ladder Cempany, No. 1, at
half-post 7 P. M.
Union Kilwi.jnin^ Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Howard Lodgp, at 7 P. M.
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ing to subscribe for a speciflod number of copies
containing their cards, should leave their orders at
our counting room to-duy. AU orders for ten copies
and over will be supplied at the rate of two and a
half ocnts per copy.
BOARD OF FIKEIIASTERS.- At a meeting of j
the Board of Firem asters hold last evening, B. M.
Strobel was unanimously re elected clerk of the
Board ard Superintendant of Engines, and H. C.
Shokcs, Pump Cou trac to.-.
THE THEATRE.-Mi-s Annie Deland, an actress of |
great promise, wid make ber first appearance in
Charleston on ilonday ni;ht at thc Hibtrnian Hall.
Miss Doland was beru io Augusta, Tut was educated
in Ulis city. We understand that tho coming star
has played with great success in England, where she
has been for more than two years.
A GERMAN THEATRE AND CONCERT HALL.
We understand that thc Freundschaftsbund are nego?
tiating for tho fine lot at tha comee of Mectinz and
George stree:?, on which, they pioposo to erect a
theatre and c.ncen h :11 at a cost of $20,000. It is to
bc a joint s to. k company o? lour hundred shares,
and it is stated that three hundred shares have al?
ready been token. 11
CLERKS or THE MARKETS.-At an elect j in |t
held by thc Commissi mers of th) Markets j oster
day, all th? o'd clerhs w?rc lO-plccled ss follows:
WM. KERWOOD, Chief Clerk.
WM. WITHERS, Assistant at Lower Market.
WM. WILEY, Assistant at Upper Market.
JACOB F. SCHIB&IEB, Woigherand Measurer.
C. J. BECKMAN; Weigher at Lower Scales.
R. H. BRODIE, Weigher at Upper Scales.
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.-Thc publishers of tho
New York Weekly Sun offers, through an advertise- I 1
mint in another column, special inducements to I <
subscribers. The Weekly Sun is ono of the most
comprehensive, neat, and sparkling papers publish?
ed; Its agricultural department is managed by the
^weU known Andrew S. Fidler; and tho fact that a
subscriber gets his money's worth when subscrib?
ing, added to the cheap prica at which the paper is
published, is 6ure!y mdareincnt enough for all to
scud in their money at once.
MINIATURE MAN.-Charleston WM visited
yesterday^).- a Lilliputian, named Charlea Rollin
Pecker, who claims to be the smallest man in the
world. Ee is cert.inly smaller than General Tom
Thumb or thc ir.-epresjiola Commodore Nutt. Mr.
Decker is twenty years old. weighs forty five pounds
and is only thirty-one inches high. He is well in?
formed, of polished manner.--, and dresses in thc
latest style. Ho was born in Mississipi, but brill
from Memphis, Tenn. A largo crowd of boys fol?
lowed him as he trotted through the streets, selling
h's photograph and the book of his life.
B. W. GRAND LODOS, L O. O. F.-Tho fol?
lowing is a list of th - officers elected at thc *^"rt"l
Communication of the R. W Grand Lodge of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, held Li this city
on Oao 20th instant:
M. W. G. M., J. M. ELFOBD. of Lodge Na 19.
K. W. D. S. M., G. W. CUR IT?, of Lodge No. 8.
R. W. G. W.. JOS. G. MA.BTIN, of Lodge No. 2.
R. W. G. Sec., ?NO. H. HONOUR, JR , M. D., of
Lodge No. 2. r
R. W. G. Trcai?ier. T. W. HOLWELL, ot Lodge
R. W. G. Chaplain, Bcv. J. L. REYNOLDS, D. D.,
of Lodge No 5.
B. W. G. Representative, WM. THAYER, cf Lodge
THE MEETING-STREET ICE HOUSE.-In the
place of the old and unsightly building that served
A tho purposes of an ice horse in Meeting-street, the
Tudor Ice Company, of Boston, baye erected a new
one that adds to thc apee oran ce of the locality
which it stands. The new building has a front of
thirty-nine feet, ard extends two hundred and forty
feet in the rear. Tho front reservoir for icc will con
tain one thousand tons, while the roar ooo will hold
two thousand tons. The new building has been con?
structed under thc raper* s on cf Mr. John Luiche,
agezt of Gie cou pur y, ard Mr. James M. Duryea,
long ind : av o: ably known ia count ction with the ice
trade of thc city. Thc repairs and improvements
that have been n:ade have cost about $C0C0.
A HANDSOME VESSEL.-Tho following notico
which we clip from ibo New York J jurnalof Com
moree, of Monday last, spaaks. in flatte lng terms of
a beautiful craf: just constructed by Captain ft. H
Tucker, whom our readors who datcirom sometime
back will remember as commindhii', about 1S45 tho
ship Alliance, which malo several rapid passages
from Liverpool to this port, at ono time bringin;
later European dates. Steam was then jnrt common
cmg and oceau ca ilea had no cxisteuc \ Ho was a
tcrwards a m.-rehaut ot th s city, and having boen
left an ample competence by hhs lather, who was
large ship owner, now spends his time in manau'ini:
his proper:\ a ho.c at,d afloat: "Ihe attenticn o
yachtmeu and others is ca lei to th? yacht Atalanta
now lyiag at Pier 17, Ea*t Uiver. This beautilul lit?
tle vessel was budt ot Wiscasser, Mo., by Captain R
H. Tucker. Sh.-is of aa improved model, all hoi
low hnee, cons meted by Mr. Givea, of Wi^casset
who modelled many cf Donald McKay's laruou
clipper ships. She is sixty feet long, eighteen feet
wide, and seven feet deep, aud measures seventy
tons old measurement; is constructed entirely of
white oak, coppered and copper-fastened, all irou | 1
work galvanized ; not a particle of pitch, paint or
putty was used in her construction. Captain | I
Tucker, the owner, is on board, and would be pleased
to show bis vessel to gentlemen interested in marine
architecture previous to sailing for Charleston oh
HOTEL ARRIVALS, January 20.-Charleston ] t
HuUl.-'E A Jonnson J A Brenner, B B Gary. Au
,TU3ta; Chas R Decker, Memph s; W A Benjamin. E
E Abrahams, St Louis; E U Rhodes, Providence, R I;
John B Gardy, i?ew York; W P De-champs, Sumter;
John H Besher. Nc . York; W T Waitara. B T New
comer, Bal timo o; Z W Bookhart and family, J 0
Courtney, s C; O W adler, < harle ton; TL Monta?
gue, Boston; A Kalischer. New York; FF Booh,
New Haven. Ct; J lt Gamago and wife, J B Li vin
eton, Miss Livrng toi and maid, B F Edington. New
York; H G Robinson, E P Robinson, Providence,
/Vjvilion Hotel.-James Masrwood, Railroad; T G
Boag, city; P Hiller aud son, Kings tree, J M Smith,
Bamberg, T D KlccUey, Orangeourg; ? J Kurse
Columbia; G W Cm tis, Chester; W D Bell. Orange
burg; C H Baldwin, Ohio; N W Ernleman, Floronco;
j y Gilbert, lady. 2 rbi ld roo and servant, L R Gil?
bert, Wm Locke, ?no Erwin, E S Grey and lady. Miss
J Gilbert, Mis? K Gi bert. South Carolina; B Greig, | |
St Stephen's; WTUVcy, George'^, S C; Dr J M
Staggers, J D Sturg ou. Klngstreo; 0 L Gollleaume |
New York; C W Lclard. Mount Pleasant; E E Mc?
Pherson, South Carolina; FOlts. R DMcBwan, EJ
Benet, Florence ; J H Parrot, C W Parrot, South Caro?
Application of Gilbert Pillsbury for lu
Htallatlon us Mayor-Tho Demand and
At about hali-: as: ten o'clock yesterday morning,
Ur. Gilbert Pillsbury, accompanied by Colonel
Moore, Mr. Ii. W. M. Mackey and Mr. T. J. Maefeey.
waited on Mayor Clark :;ud formally demanded the
surrender of the office of Mayor. Mr. Clark said
that he would be prepared lo give a formal reply at
about 12 o'clock, und thc claimant then said that he
would await the reply at tho Sheriff's office, to which
place it wan af orwurds sent. Thc demand of Mr.
Pillsbury and the answer of Mayor Clark a'C as fol?
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 20, I860
Hon. George IK. Clark. Ac'ing i?attor of th' CU) of
Charleston, S. C, City Hall, Cha-lesion.
ria- ihe undersigned, having been duly elected
Mayor ol the C.ty or Char ?eatTO, at tb<- Muricipal
election held 111 said city ou thc tenth us.? of Novem?
ber, A. D. 18C8. and tho Actiag Board of Aldermen
buvitic. auder date of tho eighteenta day of January,
I1- Ci>, dec axed said elec'ion in accordance with the
returns ol t..e muuagers thereof, which returns set
forth that the undersigned received "tho largost
number ot votes for Mayo/;" and the undersi2ne J.
having duly qualified for said office, does now de?
mand that you surrender lo him the functions r f
Mayor of the City of Charlo?ton, together with all
books, records and properly appertaining to the
same. GILBERT PiL&SBUKY,
Major Elict of the City of Charleston. .
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 20,18C0.
Hon. Gilbert Pillsbury :
DEAR -IR-I am in receipt ef your communication
ol 20 h January, 1869, in which you ? demand of me
to surrender to you tho functions ot Mayor of the
City of Charleston, together with all the books, re?
cords and property appertains g lo tho fame." In
reply. I beg leave to say that the legality of the elec?
tion hy virtue of which ycu claim thc office of Ma>or
has bee J dui put in issue by a numerous body ot
corporal om, and that by au act regulating the tonne
of certain offices and appointments thereto, the Act
ins Mayor and Aldermen aro directed to coutiuuo tu
office nm il their several offices are flited ly the elec?
tion and qualification, accord inn to ?aw, of their suc?
cessors in the said Municipal offices.
In the receut opirion of tho Supreme Court, a
clear distinction ls taken between the declaration of |
the re-ults oi tho e'ection and the light to take pos
Besti?n of the offices claimed by you aud your col?
lt i> distipstly stated that the validity of he elec?
tion was not properly in issue upon the proceedings
before them, and that part ot tho alternative writ
which required your admission lo the offices was by
instruction of tho court omitted in the peremptory
writ to which we have jus: coitiQcd obedicue
have no desiro to make fruitless issues, but I am
bound to regard the question of thc val dity of thc
election as a grave one. made in duo form aud
good iaith, and uutil this queition is judicially Bel?
lied, I c.ntot con istentiy w.th my hieas of public
duty, suxrrender lo you the edee of ''.'ayer.
Res. ectlully jouru.
GEO W. CLARE, Mayor.
These letters expliin pretty c early tb? preseu
position of tho i ase, and it is not pos-iole to say
suth certainly what w.ll bo the next step of e ther
>f t';c part.'oi. It Is probable, however, that tho de
nand of Mr. Pillsbury 19 the preliminary step to
he suing out of a writ of quo warranto, which, it ta?
med by tho court, would require tho Mayor and Al?
lermen to show by what authority they continued
o hold office in lac 3 of the alloged fact that Gilbert
Pillsbury and others bad been elected in their
itead. In doing this he whole question of the si?
eged illegality of tho election would come
ip, and tho present .Vayor and Aldermen
vould, lt is presumed, adduce all the evi
lence they could obtain to provo that there
Tas not? legal e.fction, that there was, therefore, no
sl-etion, and that G. W. Clark and others legally
?eld ofiV.'c until thcro was a legal election. Jf tho
pto xoarranto were is:-uc d by the circuit court, either
iirty ccu'd take an appeal from that rlecision to tho
>upr? me Court, whose decision would bo final. To
tvoid this appeal, borvever.it is believed that tho writ I i
ifquo warravto will, if possible, bc < btaiued from tho [ i
.upreme Court direct,
This is the position of tho cento-ted clec'iou caso
ts far as it isaffected by tho action taken yesterday by
BEP0RTER3' CRUMBS. -A chimney was on Are
n Spring-street night beforo last, and might have
lone harm had it not bcon promptly put out by the
Notwithstanding the great demand for mules,
hey sold at auction yesterday ct moderate prices.
'lhere was a largo crowd around tho City Ball jes
erday. during Mr. Pillsbury's visit to Mayor Clark.
One hundred and ninoleon hogshead-' of new crop
raoi molasses have been sold in this city at from SO
0 52 cents per gallon.
Mr. Walter Cade has introduced tho Northern
tylo of having coal and wood collars under tho pavc
nent. This may be seen at the new crockery store
rf Mr. W. L. Webo, Mcobng-stroet.
'Ihe JE na Steam Fire Engina Company is putting
n new flues.
Thc tidal drains aro bein j overhauled and cleaned.
1 hey ne^dit badly.
A wiseac o, by the came of Boston, from the "ru?
ral regions," introduced a bill in the special so3sion
>f the General Assembly, to perpetuate the pe- diem
ind mileage of ?he members. Rich 1
Furniture, crockery and household appliance*
lave been bringing bu: h prices at auction of late.
Ihe courthouse is being touched up.
. Office-huntets are already "on the ..arapage," ex
joe ting a Municipal chango.
? L. F. WaR. W.-8 Lanco and J. W. Gregg, who wnro
lot confirmed by tho -om te aa assessors for Charlos
on County, had previously given notice tba' they
:ouId not serve.
In publishing yesterday the names of the ve try
n -n ot St. Mary's (.burch, we omitted those of Mr.
Charles E?napaux and Mr. A. St Amind
Tho tsou'h Carolina Railroad Company call aiton,
acntothe resolution adopted at their meeting lu
February. 1807, that proxies aro required at each
Reeling, aud that the eignature must Pu stamped lu
rccordauco ?ita internal revenue law.
The G.and -oyal Arch Chapter of Sou h Carolina
tviHhold th i" .mn.tai convection in this city oa the
hh ot February.
The sisters of Mercy School, iu Canron-strec', is
spo i to boys aud girls. For terms apply to ibo -is
lb* Gerin.n Fire Engine Compaq will give a
*rand bull at the r Hall, Chalmer s-strc t, on the 27th
instant, far tho benefit of the German Lutheran
'ihoc-lebration of tho lourth anniversary of ihe
ftoncwall Firo Company will take place t?is evening.
Those who doubt that Ur. Gilb rr is goin,; to g-ve
i gol ' moJal to tho Aro company thal seit s tho most
iiuketa tor bis benefit a Saturday, can soo lt ai Mr.
Tho Bo?. of FiremasicTS, last night rc-ol clod
.lie clo k and pump contractor. Major K. Willis
took his scat as a member o; tho Board of iTrcmas?
ara l.st evening tor tho first time.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, JANUARY 20
[I05. GEOROC S. Dur IN, PREMDINQ.- Tho court
>penrd at ll o'clock, end the fol owing cases in bank?
ruptcy were disposed of:
Ex parto J. T. thomas, assignee R. C. Farr. Pet:,
non to sell real cs tat?. Granted.
Ex parto J B. Allison. Petition to sell and ostab
?sh Ben. Befcrred to W. J. dawson.
Ex parte f. C. Mayo. Petition for final discharge.
Ix parte Gracser, Smith et al, in re B. F. Rharcr.
Petition to establish lien. Order of sale grantee"
Ex parte R. HarraU, in re W. B. Murray. Petition
o - et up Ben. Order of payment granted.
Ex parte Dick A Flowers, In ro J. R. Brad lord,
totition to establish lien. Order and payment
Ex parte Brown, W?nn A Co., in re J. R. Bradford,
dom. and ot der aa above.
Ex parte B. G. Yoma A Co., in re J. R. Bradford,
\ ti tion for ase.Ignea to sell personal estate. Order
if sale granted.
THE AUOUSTA ARREST -Tho Angust? papers
lave tho following further particulars of the case of
Hr. L vngstan, whoBO arrost was inentio' ol a day
ir two ago: * Mr. Willia- s and Mr. Sirooo Taylor,
?csidin? in Richland County, 9. C., os stated by tho
brm r, assccliled Mr. Livingston with them, soon
ift?r tho c'ose of the war, la mercantile bu-iro?aln
>ou h Car.il na, they til rushing the capital - SI 200
md all. wim him P. thtrd interest in tho profits of
he concern. 1 hey now allege that Mr. Livincs'on
iold out the en '.ire stock < f good J, and took his de?
parture lor tho Wf s> without according them any
settlement. Mr. Williams r^pro?ent3 Mr. Livingston
is having previously com -raudel tho utmost ccfl
ienco and respect of his business associates acd of
?he community in which he flvod."
THEATRE.-Last evening the sensational
drama hold sway, Unde'the Gas l ight being repro?
duced by tho Gilbert troupe, through the interces?
sion of somo of oar legal iriends, who were d?si?
rons of again hearing Garrison's inimitable speech,
as Splint, r, the pettifogging lawyer of the Tombs'
Court. He created roars cf laughter, and bis con?
ception of the character was very flue, The pier
scene was tts good as could bc expected on such a
stage: but tho defects wi re faliy maje up by the ex
cellent niaiinor in which the d??l was rendered by
two jutior members of the company. The railroad
scene, the crowning feature of the piece, was perfect.
To-night. Tlcket-of-Loavc-Man, a beautiful Ave act
orama, will be presented. The piece is one worth
whilo going to see. The performance wi?l couclude
with'Thc roaring ftree, Dodging for a Wiro.
Hen-.cmber th:t on Saturday evening Mr. Gilbert
receives a testimonial benefit from the firemen, and
tliat a splendid gold meda', valued at 3100, will be
awarded tho company disposing of the lorgcst num?
ber of tickets.
Miss Annie Deland is announced for Monday eve?
ning. :-bo is said to be vory braid-ul. and ti pos?
sess tuc finest wa-.drob* ol auy lady oa Cue American
THE ADGEP. BCILDI.NO orr. FCTTJRE THEA
TKE -We learn t at Mr. J. Chalwictr, a Northern
capitalist, planting ou Waduulaw Isl ind, who re?
cently purchased ut a very low mice the spacious
structure at ?bc corner of King aud Market streets,
known as the Adg r building, iutonds lo conver' it
into a theatre, opera house and lyceurr?. On King
street there will be found stores, Wiiich will be
rented out; the second story will bo tho theatre
und opera room, and the third floor the lecture
rooms. 'Peere is a'so to bo a restaurant in the
building, somewhat after tue style of the famous
Delmonico'.! at ?v w York.
Mr. Chadwick, we Ietru, has s^nt to New York for
plans of the most modernly built theatres and opera
houses, so as to mako thc propose 1 chung s as suc?
cessful 03 is possible.
1 herc is no question that this is a great enterprise,
and, if carried ou', it will certainly add to tho attrac?
tions Oed interetl if our city, now so BidljHn need
of a largo and commodious th' atre, such a* the pro?
posed ylau should Bupply. it is-intended to spoud
130,000 or SS0.0C0 m milting :hc neces^ry architect?
ural change, aud ibis will oulv make the whole build?
ing cost Mr. Cbldwick about 575,000, one-half of tho
erigin il co.it cf thc pr. perly. During the war it
passed into the hards ol jlr. Ernest Hart for S225,
DC0 io currency, when gold was worth six for one.
earnestly do we hope Mr. Chadwick will carry out
his idea. It will profit bim and prent Charleston.
CLUB> AND STABS.-llio folloTvint? cases wcro
[ii3posod o: at th'Mayer's Court yesterday:
Biuhmoud alica, rolored. lodged subject to tho
Chief of the Fire Department. Held subject to
S. A. Samby, drunk and disorderly in ( hurch
street. Fined $3.
Boarding house, for allowing a boarde: to throw
tvatir out of window. Fiucd ii.
Ti m Williams, colored, lodged fir assault and bat?
tery ou David Garduor, colored, in Meeting-street.
lho following esses will cine bo? re his Honor
Louis Fontncv, lodged for being under thc influ?
ence of-ipiorand acting disorderly at thc corner of
King and Hasel stree!?. 1 eposiled SID. and released
lo appear th:s morning.
Joseph Mitchell, lodged 'or being under thc influ
ce of liquor and uuablo to take cac. ol himself in
Eing-strect- His watch aud effects taken from him
until he ha? a h-.iring this morning.
The ca- o of Cha lotte SmaBl colored) vs. James
Melvin, while, washeard before a jury ?nd Magis?
trate Mackey yoslo day, and resulted in a verdict of |
juitty, and a fluo of $2 against 'hf defend int.
charlotte Jones, colored, tried t ) obtain the ous.
iody o' her daughter thirto-.n years old, who had
aaarriod March Miller egainst her consent, but the
Butter on investigation rc-ultc;l in a compremiso
igrecab'o to both parties.
Emma H milton, white, was 'odged at tho Guard
boufe ye.-terday on tho cha- ge of stealing $25 from
Michael O'Toole, at No. 8 Tradd-strcct. She WOB
released on a deposit of $20.
is I rs; N Ms.s x OTIC KB.
CHO^R GBEEN AND BLACK TEAS, 51 per
ic ind. at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
nd Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
Fon SANTEE RrvEU_The! steamer Marion
viii leave to-morrow night for Wright's Bluff and
anding* on Sante? Diva -.
LAMES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys
ors in uveiy style. Mince pie?, rrr-Bh daily. Hot cor?
ee and chocolate at all hours. Ice crpam every
TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT. - Saturday night
Hantiger Gilbert receives a boucht from our firomon.
Ic will award the company disposing of the larg st
lumber r.f tickets, a Oold Mo ?al valued at $10 0,
nmufuctured by Mr. J. Lewin, and on exhibition at
he store of Mr. Jamos Allau, King-s'rcot^ Prcsi
lents of companies de-iring to contest for the prizo,
ihould call ou Mr. John Burns, at Hibernian Hall,
inmediately, and fccnre tickets. Narr.cs of Com
nlttcc of Arrangements will be published Saturday
norning. 4 January 20
/ic cnn al.
>.!OND< AND COUPONS CV SP A'. TA^ BUP.G
?J au? Union Bailroid, guaranteed by State of
>outh Carolina. Apply to
.- AM'L C. BL tCK, Brok r,
January 31 I No. ?8 Bruad-sfrert.
CHECKS OiN KEW TOBE,
IN CURRENCY 0?. GOLD.
LE SES NE & VvlOLLS,
Ko. IO OaOAO^STUEKT.
Sljirl? and /urnisljing l&oote,
A N I? IV SUPP b Y Cl V
SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Which are offers J for salo at
TH IC LOW K ST CASH Pu ICES !
OPPOSITE THE MARKET TI A LL.
January 9 6mos
Ei CORD KAY Hi CO.,
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR MANUFACTURERS
No. 2 PRITCHARD-STR1ET,
(OFPOSITE TAYLOR'S MACTTIKE SHOP).
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, ALWAYS
on hand. Odd S titos mode at the shortest noti.-e,
and at tho lowest terms.
L E. COBDBAY.O. TBOBCHE
January G tuthshno
jay The Relatives, Friends and Ac.
quaintness of Mr?. -ELIZABETH HELENA Pi?B
KEB and BJ. PAH KER and family, are request od to
attend tho Funeral Services of the former, from her
late residence, Na 118 Wentworlh-street, at Four
o'clock Tuts AFTERNOON, without further invitation.
January 21 1 *
?S-NOHCE.-TO WHOM IT MAY CON?
CERN.-No debts contracted by the crew i-f the
Dcnish bark -KAMMA FUNDER" will bo paid by
the Captain or Coceigneos.
January 21 1 WILLIS A CHISOLM.
J9SrSOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM?
PANY, AND 8DUTWBS1EBM RAILROAD BANK.
1 he attention of ?he Stockholdo s of thc above In?
stitutions is respectfully cal ed lo the following reso?
lution, udoptod at the aunual meeting, February
"f?cs'/lred, Tl'Ot borenrier ?ow proxies tbali be rc
qu rod at each annual moettug."
And notice is hereby given that proxies will cot bc
available at the next m jeting tninth and louth proxi?
mo) unless each signature is stan ped with a ten
ceils Internal B-.vonue Stamp.
JOHN Y. STOCK. ) Committee
L. C. HENDRICKS, J to verify
A. W. BUBN Bli, ) P r o x i cs.
January 21 thstuO
8S~ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. - ALL
persons having claims against the Eitato of tho late
H. H. WILLIAMS will preeoat the same, properly
attested, to Missrs. BRO VN A MIKEGL, Attoraeys
at Law, Law Range, Broad street, and all persons
indebt.-a to said Estate will plcaso mako payment to
tho same. H. U. WILLIAMS,
November 21 2amo3mo
JOST NINETY DAYS AFTER DATE AP?
PLICATION will bcinadofor renewal of Cer.'i?cate
No. 38?1, date April IC, 18; 8, for Forty Shares South
Carolina Railroad and Rank Mock, in thc ujmc ot
H. H. WILLIAMS, the sime being lost.
November 21 lauioSmos
as*NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at the movting of the Legislature an application will
bo mode Tra Charter for tho "DE?T.-CHER AR
TILLEBIK," Untorstutzuugs Vorein.
December 31 th
JKB~ ESSAYS FOB YOUNG MEN.-?N IEE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood, with the humane view of troatmsnt uud cure,
sent by mail free ot charge Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Pox P, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 20 3mos
?3- DERELICT COTTON, &c.-ALL PER?
SONS saving COTTON OB OTUER PROPERTY
at sea, from tho viciuily of Capo Lookout, where the
steamship "Gulf Cit>" w.s lately wrecked, and
bringing samo to this port, aro hereby notified tod
requested to report the eame to tao undersigned,
who represent Messrs. C. H. MALLONY A CO., of
Now York, and wno arc alono nu?ipriz-id to scttlo
thc salvage. All sales of su h Cotton or other pro?
perty without our knowledge aud consent is h. roby
forbidden. COURTENAY A TBKNHOLM,
January 20 3 Union Wha-vcs.
SS" COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 18. 1809.-Tho following
named pereons arc recognized as ASSISTA NT AS?
SESSORS, appointed under tho act providing for thc
Assessment and Taxation of Propj-rty, for tho Coun?
ty of Charleston, to wit:
Fifth District, lying cast of the Sau tee Canal and
Cooper River (instead of oast of the Northeastern
Railroad and thu Cooper Uiver, os previously pub?
lished). S. D. BUSSELL, and-.
cixth District, lying west of the Santeo Canal and
Cooper Rfvor, E. F. MIKELL.
Soven'h District, comprising all of thc Parishes of
St Andrew's and St John's Colleton, 1 HOS. A. BAY
NABD. A. J. BANSIEK, A.C. C.
VB* RECEIVER'S NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having boan appointed itcccivor nf I ho
late firm rf DAWSON A BLACKMAN, hereby gives
notice that all claims against sud firm must be pre?
sente 1 to him, and all persons indebted must make
pa\ ment to JNO. T. HUMPHREY-I,
January 13 No. 27 Broad-sircet
J83-3?Y YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
KP.I ETE A CHAPMAN, corner King and Radcliffe
streets, and get a bettor article for the samo money
thau at any other establishment in tho etty.
November ll timas
JBS-THE LANGUAGE OF NATURE AND
oxpjricnce domonsiritos that whoever would enjoy
thc pleasures of food, tho beautios of landscape, tho
joys of companionship, the riches of literature, or
the honors of 6ta:ion and renown, must preserve
their health. The effect of foul, injurious food en?
tering the stomach, ls to deraigo the digestivo or?
gans and produco headache, loss of appetite, uuro
freshing sleep, low spirits, feverish burnings, Ac.
which are the symptoms of that horrid disease,
Dyspepsia, which assumes a thousand shapes, and
points toward a miserable lifo and prematuro decay.
PLANTATION MTIERS will prevent, overcome
and counteract all of tbo?e cffcc's. They act with
unerring power, and arc taken with tho pleasure of |
MAGNOLIA WATEH-Superior to thc best Imported
German Cologne, and sold at half tho price.
January 19 tuthsS
?T 'A UTILE BILIOUS."-HOW OFTEN
tliis is tho rc'-ponse to tho inquiry after a friend's
health; n'-lo be bilious w.is a tr fling matter, hard?
ly wort., chinking abo -t But let it bu vr.memberei
that, as) "tull oaks Iront litLo norna gr. w," so
terminable diseases arni iron boiug .. a little
Severe blliousat act.s aro e. ore ""or-ircon In ipriuf,
summer and autumn Un in win ti r, but tho seri?
ous disorders of thc liver whi h soofo.i ore r at
those seasons, might bo traced, io hundreds of in
stances, lo winter indulgen.;-is auO their niglocted
ooAsoqnoacca. More highly POA oned food i-o eaten.
more flory drinVs imbibed, i;i cold thau lu wami
weather, and UUA the biliousness i- prod need ?Tim h,
under a warmer temperature, culcibatuj in remit
tent and intermittent levers.
The very b-st medic us for persona who arc
either a LiiTi-E ora uooD DUAL bi iou;,, IS IKj-tXET
TEB'-STOMACH Bli TER-. No blue pill or colo?
nel I- required in such c;!s;i. Thoso powerful
miuo.ai medicines cut two w-:ys, iko a uo"blc
edged sworJ. Titer act, it is truo, upon tho liver,
but react most deleteriously o i other par.s of the
system. Th- y "stick" Illaro, and oanuot be got lid
ot Thc Hitters conta-u vegotable agents of an anli
biiiou'tendency, that prod tco a specific and mor-t
rteuial cifcct upon tbs biliary organ wi Jiout entail?
ing any ovil coc9cquouecs whatever They aro
altogether wholesome, and act favorably and simul?
taneously upon iho stomach, the liver, the bowels,
the ncrvr.ua system, and thc brain.
January IC_D4C_ 6
?3- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE_THIS
splendid Hair Dye ls the beat in tho world; the
only true aud perfect Dye; harmlose, reliable,
nstantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies thc Ul effects ot Iud dyes; Invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly appl.cl at Daichclor"? Wig Factory, No
Bond-street, Now Yorfc. l.vr January 3
US' BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR Yor NO MEN on tho interesting relation of
Bridegroom to Bride tn the insUtuiion ot icarrfciges
a guide lo matrimonial felicity und truo happiness.
Sent by mail in sealed letteronvelopcs froe cf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSQJLUION, Box P., Tuna
delphia. Ta. September
yylLLIS -s. CII1SOLXI.
FACTORS, COlIoMIS?lON MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PU3?BASE, VALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Forotgn and Domestic Portai ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOREb
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
fi.WILI.I8.A. E. CHISOLM.
BY T. M. CATEE.
WOl be Bold, THIS DAY, on Brown's .Wlarf, at three
quarters-past 9 o'clock, .
65 tubs BUITEB, some choice
26 tubs Lar l ?- . .
10 orates Crockery, assorte J
Lot open Crockery.
Conditions cash._January 21
Clothing, Dry Goods and Cutlery.
BY MILES'ORAKE. y -
TES V OBNTNG, at 10 o'clock, I will seB at my
store, corner cf King and Lioerty streets,
AN INVOICE OP CLOTHING, JUST BECEIVED
BY STEAMSHIP MAN HATTAN.
40 Gent's Cloth Froci COATS
5u Gent's Ca-.simere, Tweed and Satinet Sack
200 pair Gcssimere and Satinet Pacts
30 Clo'h, Velvet aud satin Vests
12 di zen Belnap and Lineu Bosom Shirts.
A line of DBY GOOD-*, consisting of Linen, Pop?
lin, Bcd and While Flannel. Dress Goods. Linen
Check, Cass i mero. Satiuct, Damask, Ac.. Ladies' and
Gent's Hrsiery. Coun'oroaues, Fancy Bedspreads,
Blankets, P. B. Handkerchief*, .Snfoerdcrs, Neck?
200 dozen Table and Pocket CUTLEIty, ns
Boots, Shoes and Eats.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TO-MOBROW, the 22d instant, al 10 o'clock, I wiU
soU at my store, corner King and Liberty streets,
75 cases BOO rs AND SHOO CS, Just received, com?
prising desirable stock, expressly soleited for City
co.NsisTrNG rs PA UT OF:
Cases Men's Calf and Kip P. S. BOOiS
Cases Men's Calf Creole Congress
Cases Alon's Calf and Buff i almonds
Cases MOD'S Calf and buff Brogans, C-ll and 0-13
f ases Ladies' Serge Congress and Polish Boots
Cases Women's Goat and Buff Booteos, 3-7 and 6 9
Cases Boys' Calf Boots and Brogans, 1-5
Cases Youths' Plain and Cop uer Toed Boots, 9-13
Cartoons Ladies', Missen' and Children's Shoes
200 pairs Meu's, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, shop good?.
'-3 cases, 150 dozen, Mon'.-, Boys' and Children's
HATS. _January 21
French Letter and Foolscap Papar.
BY JOHN G. MILiNOR & CO.
IBIS DAY, 21st instant, at 10 o'clock will be sold at
our Auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
1 ca<=e, 2U reams. Flt ENCH FO iLSCAP PAPER
1 casu, SO roams, French Lotter Paper, ruled 3 sides
1 casi. 30 roams, French Letter Paper, not ruled
Conditions cash. January 21
Dry Goods, Satinet and Cassimere Pants, Al?
pine and Felt Wats, ?c.
BY JOHN G. MTLNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 21st instant, at 10 o'clock we will sell at
our Auction salesroom No. 136 Meeting-street,
A Desirable Invoice of DBY GOODS, Ac, Just re?
ceived per Manhattan.
Black and Printed SATINETS. Kentucky Joans,
Kerseys, Ginghams, Blue Plaids and Stripes, new
stylo Fancy Prints, Black cassi nern and Fancy Sati?
net Pants. Cloth Caps, Black Alpino Hats, Felt Hats,
Boy's Hats, Belnap shins. Mik Neckties. White
Hose, Brown and Mixed Half Hose, Combs, Thim?
Conditions cash. January 21
NOW LANDING AND IN STORE PER
BRIG AGRA, FROM LIVERPOOL.
ELWELL HOES-asaorted sizes
BRADE'S CROWN HOES-assorted sizes
BRADE'S PATENr CHOWN HOES-assorted
PLANTERS' CROWN HOES-assorted sizes
?RUBBING, RICE and TRENCHING HOES
ELWELL SOCKET SPADES
STEEL CORN MILLS
WROUGHT IRON RAKES
LOCKS, HINGES, SASH CO BD
JOSEPH RODGERS & SON'S IVORY BAL?
ANCE HANDLE KNIVES AND CARVERS
RODGEBS' AND WOSTENHOLM SCISSORS
POCKET KNIVES, &c.
THE CELEBRATED DODGE'S PER?
SAMT, R. MARSHALL
No. 810 KING-STREET,
Sign of thc "Gi? Gan." ?
January ll tu:halmo
K R O N e P. CHASE,
FLORENCE, S. C.
AGENT FOR BUYING, SKLLING AND RENTING
PitOPFRlY in and arouud the "City of Florence;"
offers valuible Town Lota.
He is also igent for the Brooklyn and ihe Manhat?
tan Ldc Insurance Corni antes, and solicit? tho pa?
tronage of his friends in tho abov- lines.
With a view to changes in business, bc offers hts
valuable Stock and Town Property, wltnbis splendid
Store, at and below cost.
Address and call on bim. 3* January 19
HC BIT, BROTHERS & CO., CHARLES?
TON, 8. C.
BUNT. THOMSON A CO.. Nos. 97 AND 99, WATER
STBKi.T, NEW Y.UtK.
COTTON FACTORS AND (OMIISSION MER?
HaviDg recently established a house in New Ycrk.
wo are prepared to offor every facility V r rece viog,
torwaiding and sclbm.' COTTON a .d other Produce
Lib jial advances made on consignments, also on
sbipui -n's to our fr cuds in Liverpool.
rjTUIE BARNWELL SENTINEL,
ESTABLISHED IN 1852.
Published at Barnwell Cou-thotiFe, and circulates
In Barn veil. Ileaufort, UiBeton ad i dgcfl*ld.
Terina u ; re.i-o la'ule us auy ouper ia the state.
E. A. BRONSON, Proprietor.
WALK R, EVANS k COGsWELL. Agonts in
Cburle.-ton. Imo January 18
TUBil I) . ALEXA KDE lt,
NO TAR i' PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
Ko, IG ftroad-strcct.
HESPKCTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS I* AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and olbor?-,
aud in Vill i INO CP AND PO?TING thoir BOtlEs.
either iu part or whole kc. Januiry 9
H. T R til S HOLM,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHAULE ?TON, S. C ,
MINER, SHIPPER AMD DEALER
South Carolina A'ativc Bone Phosphate.
Ja< U'iry ll_3mQB
QUAVtNG AMD H AIR-C U T TI Bl G,
W. E. MARSHALL,
AT TH S
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STAIBS).
pKO. H. HOPP?CK,
Ohirloston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. tfmos September 21
Eb. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANC ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVE BY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILl'lNG MATEB1AL, LIME aud PI ASTER
INO L AT H 3. PAINTS, O ILS. G LASSEN SH? .S'G LES ;
also tiRO?VE AND TONGUB BGARDS, AC, con
gtautly on hand *t the lowest market prices.
II. GI? UP Y ?st cu.,
LEATHER HIDES AND UH*
No. 12 SOUra CALVEBT-8TBEET,
E. H. GBUPY.H. G. CUBTA1N
October 19 9-3mos
BY HUTSON LEE, Anctfoiieer.
Tho undersieued will sell at public outcry, on the
16th day of FEBRUARY next, at ll o'clock A M,
at the Old Customhouse,
AH that LOT, PIECE, OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the two story'Wooden Building thereon, situate,
lying and being on the east side of Coming-street
City oi Charleston, being the next lot to George
street measuring and containing in f rent on Coming
strect thirty-ooo (3H /cst, and in depth ninety-five
(95 feet nine (9) inches, be the same more or less;
butting and boondine on thc north on lands formerly
of estate ot Jemes Sheppard, to the east on lanas ol'
-?, to the routh on lands of-, and to the west
on Coming-street; said lot being a part of the real
estate of James Sheppard, deceased, and sold by his
executors, under and by virtue oi his list will and
AU ihat LOT OF LAND on the east side of Com
ing-streot. City of Cbarbsten. and knowu as No. 18
(iorty-eight), measuring and containing in front OD
Coming-street, thirty (30) feet more or less, and in
depth nin eb-tvs |95) i cet tL ree <3) inches, more or
less; butting and bounding to the north on lands of
-; to the south on lands of --, formerly of Mrs.
Windfor; to the east on land now or Jato of John
Bair, Eeq., an! to the weston Coming-street All of
which will more fully appear upon record in tbe
Meerie Office, Book H, No 14, pose 303.
AU that LOT, PIEOK OB PARCEL CF LAND,
being situate, lying and heine on the east side of
Coming-street, in the City of Charleston, measuring
and containing In fronton Coming street thirty-two
(32j feet six (Qi incho-, be (hs same more or less, and
in depth ninety-flvo (?6) feet six (6) inches, be the
samo more or less; butting and bounding north on
lands of estate of James Sheppard, to the east on
lands of-, to the south on lauds late of estate of
?ames Sheppard, now cf Gabriel Davis, and to the
west on Coming-street; said lot being a part of the
real estate of James frhoppard, deceased, and sold
under and by virtue of his last will and testament
by bis executors.
All that LOT. PIECE OB PARCEL OF LAND,
with the two i-tory wooden building anti tho out?
buildings thereon, being situate and lying < n the
north side of Bull-street in the City of Charleston,
and known as No. 38, mcasnring and containing in
front on Bull-street thirty ono (31) feel, moro or
lees, and In depth from north to ironth, one hundred
and forty-one (111) feet, more or less; butting and
bounding north on lands of Peter lia?el, to the cast
on lands of G. T. Whitman, to the south on Pull
(treet, and to the west on lands of T. A. Wilbur.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of tbe purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises; buildings to be insured and
policies assigned. Purchaser to pay for all necee
f ary papo.-s and stamps. W. E. MIEELL.
Assignee of Gabriel Davis
W. Y. LEITCH & li, S. BRUNS.
Iho undersigned will soU at public ontory on
THURSDAY, the 18th February next, at ll o'clock
A. M., at the Old Customhouse
AU that LOT. PH CE OB PARC KL OF LAND wilh
tho buildings thereon, situate, lyiug and being on
tho wost side of King-strcet in the City of Charles?
ton, just Eouth of tue bend in that street; butting
and bounding to the north OD lot formerly ol John
S. Bird and now of John Sicgllsg, and 'measuring
thereon one hundred and six (100) feet mere or li ss,
to the east ou Sing-street and measuring thereou
(weniy-soven (27) loet to the Fouth on lot of Wi Uum
J. Jacobi one hundred and two (I02i feet six (C) in?
ches, ard to the west on lands of John ? ?ogling and
measuring twelve (12) feet, be tho same measure?
ments more or less; and havinii t-uch shape and
form as Ls delineated in a plat of Charles Parker,
dated in March, 1851. and attached to the deed of
conveyance from John S. Bird to WiUinm Laval,
bearing dato the 18th day of February, A. D 1351,
subject, however, as to that portion tuercof designat?
ed in said plat as tho passageway. an>l colored yel?
low, to a right of way in end over the samp, that ls
to say: and it is hereby so declared reserved und
graute ', that the said pi co or parcel cf land in said
plat shall forever beteaftsr bo and remain open as
such for tho common use of the said lot herein cou.
vejed. and the lot boundiug it to the north andaB
tho lawful owners and occupants ol tho said two lots.
AU that PTECE, PABCEL OB LOT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being oe the north sir o of Queen?
sport, In tho City ot Charleston; bounded on the
south by Queen-street, on the east partly by lands
of Ucrj imin Elf \ partly by lands of tho Protestant
Ei iscopal Church of St. P, il p's, on tho north by
lands of thc Protestant Congregation Church, known
as ibo "Circular i burch," and ou the wost by lands
of John Gordon; measuring and containing m front
on Qiicon-stroct twenty-seven (27) feet, on tho back or
north line thirty-two (32, feet ?ix (6) inches, and in
depth two hundred and twenty-three (223) feet. The
above described Lot of I sud having been conveyed
by John Deighau, to Preston West and bearing
date 20th December, A. D issi, and recoidi-d in the
office ol the Register of Mesnc Conveyance, in Book
O, No. 12, pp. 009 and 510.
AU that PIECE, PABCEL OR LOT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being oe tho north sido of Queen
street, City ef cha ri eaten, and adjoining the ono im?
mediately a> ovo described, und purchased by
John Deighau of Jae 3b urock; measuring and con?
tamina-on thc north and south lines, from e&et to
west tbiru-oue (31) feet, and east and west lines,
from north to south, seventy-ei-'ht (78, toot; butt ng
and bounding north on lauds of tho Protestant Con?
gregational i horeb, k own SB tho "Circular
Church," south on lands ot Jacob Brock, of which
tho I <t *as once a i art, east by the lot immediately
above described, and west by lands of -i-.'" :
AB that PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, with
tbe Buildings thereon, situate, lying and being on
tho west side of Wall-street City ot Charle eton, and
known as No. 19. measuring and containing m front
on Wall-street, from north to south, tuP ty-ih co (33)
feet and in depth, iron oast to west on? hundred
and three 103) feot, be the same measurement more
or ICJH ; batting and bounding to the n irth on landa
now or once or Henry Simmie fe ; south on lands now
or once of tbe estate of Peter Laurens; to the ea?t
on WaU-street. and wost on lands of- All of
which will more fu'J >? appear upon record-in Mesne
Conveyance office, book T, ll, No. 4, page 13.
Tersas-One-third (Hi ca-h; balance in ono and
two y oars, secured by bond ot pur. baser and mort?
gage of the premises; hui.dings to bo insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to poy Assignee for aB
necessary stumps and papers.
W. E. MIK ELL.
J u:nary 21 thm8wth2 Assigneo Gabriel Davis.
Fi Y WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
COBNl.B CHUBCH AND BBOAD - STBEET.
Also. No. 7 3HOMAS-STBEET. For parti ular?.
..p .ly at So. 136 MBETINCT-NTBEET.
BY J. F?IASEil aATilEWEs.
Meal Estate .Asent, Ko. 50 Broad-street
For Kal? and Lease
PJOSI'HATB LANO^ of a superior nuaUtv, or
lcep water navigation and healthy locatious all th*
K'CE and COT iON PLANTATIONS and FARMS :J
all perts oi the Mute.
LIT Y f BOPEBTY of every description.
November 9 3o,os.
li E A T A T T R A ? T I 6 S
QTjriNBra & C0/8 PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART CALLE BY.
NOW ON EXHIBIlTON TH' LA ltGE"?T AN ->
?' e.-t Col.fciiou of CUKOMO LlTUOGItAP.f^ ever
eceu in ?'biirlcstou. They ure perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art. both an Olen I .ind modern.
Amontr ibo collcetion may bo found SALVA I OR
RISA'S Hi AD OF CHRIS i, C?rrelo'.- Magda enc.
A. Delacroix's Tide Goint Oui, A Do'.croix's Tide
Coming 11, Tur-cr'e Venice.. .Tr.ckson*d Eugiis.i
Scenery, Ruwbotloni's EigUsu Scci-ory. Baker's
Euttlisli aud Irish >ccLcrv, Vie*s on tho Chine, I he
Jung fraud, ?ho Wi-ttcrhorn, Marine Yiews. and
1 he public ure respectfully invited to call and see
these beautiful Works ol Art They ore offered for
sale otNew York prices.
Great reduction in the prtce PoBClLAlN PIO
XUEES. Recent improvements m producing these
pictures enable us to now offer the at nearly one
half the former prices, and IQ*, supo. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UN3UB
Especial attention given to i-bfldreu. Also to copy
ins old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Satlsfac
(Jou in all cases cruurunteed, and at prices to corres?
pond with the times,
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At ll educed Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS JN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
Theso sro tho first and only Photographs ever token
in that locality.
il V I M B Y ?B CO.,
No. 261 KING-STKBET.
CHARLES ION, 8. C.
November 12 3m08
Sloop Parisienne ai Auction* i yr
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BR(h
THIS DAY, the31st Instant, at il o'clock.?illbe
sold, at tho wharf, foot of Tinckney-etreet,
The above SLOOP, in perfect order, being four
tons burthen, and well adapted to trading or ashing.
Terms cash._ January 31
A Lot on the South side of Clifford's Alley,
near Archdale-street.. Dimensions Twenty
two Feet Front, by Forty five Fed deep,
more or less, at ^Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
ON TUESDAY, the 26th instant, at 10 o'olock, at tho
Purchaser to pay G. McB. b. tor papers.
January 31 . thmtuS*
Horses, Mules, Drays, One Cart, Buggies,
One Wagon; also, Furniture, consisting of
Fine Mahogany Chamber Set, Marble-top
Bureaus and Washstands, Fine Mahogany
Wardrobes, Mohair Chairs, Rockers, Car?
pets, Mirrors, Bedsteads, Bedding, Tables,
Counting house Desk. Office and Cooking
Stoves, $c, at Auction. *
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TO MORBOW. the 33d instant, at 10 o'clock, at bia
January 31 3*J|
Two Small Dwellings-Wo. 178 St. Philip,
slrett, corner McMahon's Court, near Bo
gar d street, four square rooms, Kitchen,
Well of Water; No. 6 McMahon's .Court,
tn rear of the above, four square rooms,
double piazza, at Auction. *
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH. '
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock, tithe
Terms-Half cash; the balance in one year, secur?
ed as usual. Purchaser to pay G. McB, 8. for pupers
and slam!?. tuthmtni January 19
Farm on the Northeastern Railroad, about 28
miles from the city, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock, at tho
The above, containing 100 acres, of which about 45
are cleared; good Dwelling and Ki tehan; perfectly
healthy all the year; half mlle from the summer set?
tlement of Groomsviile; yoong orchard and good
water on tbe place. . ?
Terms-i ?alf cash; the balan cc'in ono ye jr. Pur?
chaser to pay G. MCB. 8. for pupers, i
Can be treated for at private sale up to hour of
auction. tuthmtu* January 18
A Small Farm Adjoining Miles' Place, Th*
Oaks Tract, about Sixteen miles from
Charleston, on Goose Creek, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, at ll o' ?look, tt tho
Old Postofflce, .'
THE ABOVE, crmtaining 33 acres, about 23 'clear*
ed, balance wed wooded, good landings on fha .
creek, one mlle and a quarter from Porcher'a Sta?
tion, S. C. Bailroad. A Store on the State Boad and
Ter ais cash. Purchaser to pay G. MoB. fi. for pa?
Jacob Barrett vs. Assignee of Joseph Purcell,
et al-Under Decree, United States Circuit
Tho undersigned will sell, on TUESDAY, 2d doy of
February next, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Post?
offlce, under decree of Bon. George rt. Bryan,
United ??tates Jndgo for District of South Carolins,
All tbalLOT OF LAND, with the Brick Buildings
thereon (ic eluding on the fr .nt those occupied by E.
Lafitte A Go. and H. H. DeLeon), situated on the
non h side of B:oad-street, City of Charleston, woB
known as the Lap Rango, measuring an! contain?
ing and butting ana bo-mding to the routh on Broad
street forty-nine (49) feet eleven and a half (UM)
melia?, on the ea>t line, from south to north; twa
hundred and four (204; feet eight (8) inches, on tho
west line, from south to north, one hundred and
forty-four (144i feet nine (9) inob.es, then to th? west
seventeen (17| feet, and thence northwardly to the
brick wall fifty-five (55) fcetseven (7) inches, and to
the north sixiy-Sve (65) feet, bi the said dimensions
a littlemore orles*.
Teims- One-third (a) ca sh ; balance on a credit of
one (1) and two (3) years, with interest from day of
sale, payable annually, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mortage of the premises. Pi ?mises to
be insured and oltcy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for stamps and pat-ers.
EDWARD W. MARSHALL.
WILLIAM V. MIK ELL.
January 7 th tu7 feb 13
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTUREE AND WHOLESALE DEALEB IN
STENCIL S\0CK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHEck? AND TAGS
BRASS AND GKRMil? 8ILV11R KE?
RINGS, CHAINS,, ?ce.
BY TBE GALLON OB BARBEL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, Ace.
No. 129 EAST BAYSTRERT,
S?r Call and examine specimens.
J ir nary 16 8moe
OP . : u
WALKER. EVANS & COGSWELL*
No. 3 BROAD-STRUBT,
FREE READING ROOM, '
CONTRACTS MADE ON THE BEST TEEMS WITEC
Three Hundred So amer n Papers.
January 4 mwthalC
D T A N C E S
TO FLA NT EES AND OTHERS
HOLD COTTON IN BNGLANV*
Where SrORAGH. INSURANCE, and other expensen
for hole in? are LE?S than tn the United States, wa
will adran ce
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped bo our friends in Liv-rpooL cb&cgine the Eng?
lish oommercialrete of interest, wniob at present Ia
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLAGflORN. HERRING A CO.,
January 16 3T