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RECOGNIZED AS, HAVING TBE LARGFST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOl'FICE AT THL? END OF
BACH WEEK. ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
MILES DRAKE will soil at 10 o'clock, at his
store, corner Kio? and Liberty streets, toots, shoes
G. MCBBIDE Sunn viii .ell at 10 o'clock, in front
of his store, Broad-siroct, mules, furniture, ic.
MEETINGS THIS DA T,
Washington Fire Comranv, at 7 P. M.
Marion Lodge, at 7 1* M.
Mutual Ba?c Ball, at 7 P. M.
Washington Artillery Friendly Society, at half
paat 7 P. M. "_
THE DAILT NEWS? PHICE CURRENT AND COM
>TKttctAi. CIECULAE will be ready for delivery at our
counting room at nine o'clcck ibis morning. Single
copies five cents. Orders for ten copies and over
will be filed at thc rate of two and a half cents per
PERSONAL.-Bithop Wightman arrived in
this city yesterday on ocar J the etc mer City Point
TEE ALMS HOUSE.-At the meeting of the
board day be'orc yesterday, Mr. H. M. Maniganlt
.waa re-elected master, Mr?. Manigault matron, and
Air. T. H. Harnett bookkeeper. In all these instances
the voto was unauimra'.
NEW RECTOR OF Sr. MICHAEL'S CHURCH_Wo
understand that at a recent meeting of tho Vestry of
St.?ichaei'8 Church, tho Kev. Richard 8. '1 rapier,
previously officiating as assistant minister, was
unanimously elcct"d rector of the church.
THE BANNER OF THE SOUTH.-Mr. M. J. Gan?
non, tho general travelling agent of this popular
Southern weekly, is ir Charleston for a f_>w days and
will cad on our citasses for subscriptions and adver?
tisements. Mr. Gannon is also agent for the Chron?
icle and Senti .iel.
HAMBURG.-Thc Augusta papers are tolling
aa a piece of news that tho Town of Hamburg, just
opposite Augusta, on tue South Carolina bank of the
Savannah River, has ce iscd to have a municipal gov?
ernment. Thc fact is that the a?t incorporating tho
Town of Hamburg wai repealed on tte twenty-third
of September last, and H:mburg has been without
any legal muni ?pal government fjr moro than threo
DEATH OF H. THORNTON AXSON.-Mr. Axsou
died yesterday at bi* resi 'cac? in .-math's Lane, at a
quarter to twelve o'clock. He ha J recently bttcn
appointed a magi -trate by Gc vernor Scott, and had
scarcely got estatEs'icd w.-ll in hts new business It
is related, that several days ago he romarked to a
friend that he dream d ho would die on the 20th in.
slant; that he hal BM i bia coffin and thc inscription
on it, stating the day of his death. He lived just ono
day longer than hi dream foretold hs would. He
was a son of Judge .'.S?J-J. doeoasc.1 somo limo, and
brother of Capt du Charles Axson who commanded
th? Richardson Guards iurit.g thc war.
REPORT?ES' CRUMBS.- Valent ines arc ap?
pearing in the wicdo.vs of the Ki. g-st---t storer
The sidewalk on tue east s'tlo of King-3.T?et, b?
tweon Queen-street and Hor back's alley, underwent
survey yesterday, irdparatory to widening the
Seed rice io being shippc J from this city to Ne*
Orleans, via the Selma, Romo und Dalton Railroad
The tides were vciy low ytsteiday.
Atlantic wharf is I ' i; d o.l.';tl.
The serving of jury fummous b gin yesterday.
Charles R. Decker, tho Unnatur, mao, erected
quito a 6lir in tho upper w irJi yesterday among the
children and co?orvd people.
City steel: was freely offered yefteiday at flfty
Ton thousand dollars worth of Greenville on 1 Co?
lombia Railroad bonds. State guarantee, were sold
yesterday for fifty-five cent* on the dollar.
Tho bisters of Mercy school, in Cannon- troet, is
open exclusively for boya under twelve years of age
Apply at No. 77 Caunon-a'.reot.
CLUES AND STAKS.-Tho following cases were
. before the Mayor yesterday:
Lawrance William.-, colored, for di awing a pistol
on Garbet Wleug-.-s in Meeting-street. Pistol for?
feited and prisoner discharged, the prosecutor not
Anna Smith, white, for being drunk and disorder?
ly and usin^ obscene language ia the streets. Fined
Daniel Wade, a discharged "boy in blue," hort
. zontally drunk in Wcrrcn-strcot. Fined $3.
George ihomab, coiored, t:espas:ing ou tho prem?
ises of Robert Savago, in Coming-street. This was
rather a suspicious visitor, as ho had a large chisel
in his hand. Sentenced to twonty days in the House
A copper pump was piclted up in Elizabeth-street,
where it had been dropped by a negro who escaped
vfchen overhauled oy a vigilant '"star."
Louis Fontnay. undor th- influence of liquor.
Fined $10; paid.
Jos. Mathew, being drunk and unable to take caro
of himself. Fined 15.
Emma Hamilton, lodged on the charge of stealing
$20 from Michael O' i o ile. iu Elliott-street. Turned
t\<a io a magistrate.
The following ca?c will be lr oro and dispored of
Jeff Deas, colored, lodttcl for ohr-tructina tho tiao
walk corner of Kiu? and Wontworth slreets, and re?
fusing to leive, and re-Ming the police,
THE DEATH OF J. \Y. BEOWNFIELD.- TO re?
cord the work cf death in its ravages arning Ol':
friends is tho m< ct p;int'ul daty of the joi'r^-.iist,
and thc moro es; c i...ly 13 this tho caso ?hon. as?n
the proioul inst ti co, tho blow has fallen upon one
rioh in all the zwb'.i quaities that give ui^iity to
human charao'er. and occupying an exalted place in
tho estimatiou of h a f . low-men.
John W. Brownff ld, fae subject of this notice,
was born J bia e >urg, Sumter District in this ita e.
on tho 24tli of 1 os. m ber, 1807. After an cad em io
course in-euih C::t alina, he oinpleted his c.luca"
?on in Wa;h ngtou College in Connec icu'. He pre?
pared htmsolf for lbj bar. but i>oon reit quiibed
that practice, and catered upon tho more quiet anti
congenial pursuit ol c. ric .il ture.
In ISO he was invited to Charleston and was calle d
to an important office in tho Bank of the Mate, the
duties of which he continued to discharge until
1661, when ha veas olected to tho highly responsible
office of Clerk of the Court ot Common Pleas and
General Sossiona for Caar.c3ton Dinnct. This po?
sition he continued to hold until a few months
since, when h . was superseded, amid the general
bouleversement resulting from tho war.
It would be scarcely possibio to s; eak in exagger?
ated terms of che manner in whicn Mr. Brownfield
responded to the conadenco reposed in him by the
public. Tho very foul of honor, he could do no?
thing that was contrary to ils dictates. Conscien?
tious in the purest acceptation of the term, no allure?
ments could charin him from the path which duty
pointed out, and he left tho office which ho bas so
worthily fuled with thc doep regrets of the entire
As in bis public so in his private relations it may
be said of him that ho was spotless and beyond all
reproach. We f ?rucar, however, to encroach upon
th. sacred precmet of his home-a home, ala*! ren?
dered desolate aud wastod-and will only venture to
express tho hope that tho widow and the fatherless
may draw Bupp.irt and i oas<>latio:>, in thia hour of
tbtir deep distress, irora that Power which looks
down with infinit? pity on the bruised and suffering
Though born a Prole t?nt. Mr. Brownfto d had at?
tached himself to tho Catholic Church, of which he
wa3 a pious and Oevotoi raoinoer. In his last ill?
ness he was i ootho.l hy the ministcrings of that an?
cient fiith, and th.- application of its cansoling crdi
Mr. PrownEc'd finished his earthly career and
peacefully breath .d his last at half-past six on Wert"
needay fast, 20th in-tant, at Summerville, near thia
city, having just oompletcd his sixty-first year. His
"camaina will bo interred in the family burial ground
>a hin nativo district.
THE THEAT-KE-FIREME?;'S BENEFIT TO-MOB
now NIGHT-Viss DELAND.-Owing to tho other
atractivos in tho city Issi evening, there was a very
slim audience at the theatre to witness "The Ticket
of-Leave-Man." which was rendered in the compa?
ny's usual good manner, all acquitting themselves
with credit The farce created a continued roar o?
laughter, and we doubt if s one of the audience have
yet assumed their wonted gravity. To-night the
good old two act comedy, "All that Glitters is not
Gold," and "Ben Bolt" will be presented. In an?
other column will be found tho notice concerning
committee of arrangements for the firemen's testi?
monial benefit to Manager Gilbert on Sa'.urday
Tho gold medal to be presented to the company
disposing of the largest number of tickets, equals in
elegance anu betuty uny that could bc manufactured
in any city in tho Union.
Mr. GUbert has engaged tor next week Miss De?
land, of whom the Rochester Chronicle says: "Miss
Annie Deland, the actrers who commenced an en?
gagement at the theatre last evening, appearing as
Buth Kirby in the new drama of thc 'Lancashire
Lass,' established herself as a favorite. She has a
flexible voice, fino figure and good expression, with?
out any of tho stago ; ff -elations that uro being aban
doned by the profession of tho new school. The
drama is one of the best of modem presentation,
and we think it would draw crowded houses for a
number of evening*." ? wi
THE UNITED STATES COTJBT, JANTJABY 21
Hos. GEOBOE S. BBYAN PBEBIDLNO.-The court met
at ll o'clock and disposed of the following causes
hi bankruptcy :
Fx parte Griffin Bro. A* Co., in re-. Petition in
bankruptcy. Ordered, that th? assignee report
amount cf funds in hands, proceeds of sales of pro?
perty, and that he pay creditoie pro rata who have
proved their claims.
Ex parte Wm. D. Bard, in re Thomas S. MiUer.
Petition to establish lieu and for sale of pciithable
property. Heterred to J. C. Carpenter, Begtstrar, to
lu re Jacob Moyer. Petition for fieal discharge.
Referred to J. C. Carpenter.
In re John Watson. Pe ition for final discharge,
came order as above.
In re Julius Flaum, ex parte Macy. Irwin A Co.
Petition of involuntary bankruptcy. Referred to J,
tx parto James M. Morris and M. Fox, proprie?
tors of the South Carolina Republican. Petition for
Ex parte E. John White. Petition lor final dis?
charge. Referred to Registrar, and finil hearing 17th
Ex parto Sallie J. Lowndes, in rc estate Nathanio
Hey ward. Petition to establish ?ii n. Referred to J.
JL re A. J. Hughes and H. P. Scott. Petition to
establish Hen. Referred to J. C. Carpenter, Regis?
In roi. 0. Lovelace. John Ramsford. Petition to
establish lien. Peferrcl to J. C. Carpenter.
The Judge approved ot tl o appointment of thc fol?
lowing assigncos: Louis NcLain for Joseph A. Yates;
sann for Thomas W. JIarkley; D J. Winn for Wm. S.
Hud non; same for Isaac A. MeKagen; Charles B.
Glover for Wm. Kuott?; Henry C. Salmond f-.>r Jas.
L. McDowell. _
FOUBTH ANNIVERSARY, OF THE STONEWALL
FIBE Co sn* AMY - Ibo stonewall Fire Company cele?
brated their fourth anniversary yesterday, and have
reason to be proud of the p si;, on in the Department
which they have gained in so short a time. The fol?
lowing is the list of officers elected to servo for the
GEO. L BUIST, President.
JOHN E. BOIS EST, vice-President.
WM. G. MILLI-R, Seirvary.
CHAS A. AIM *R, Treasurer.
T. A WILCOX, First Director.
J. R. HILL, Second Director.
C. W. SFJEONIOUS Jr.. Third Director.
E. W. hL\KE, Fourth Director.
E. T. WEST. (
B. S. RIGGS, f Axmen
REV. JOHN BACHMAN. D. D., Chaplain.
GENERAL JA MES ? INNER, Solicitor.
DB. J. SOMERS BUIST, surgeon.
In thc even ng tho company gave a supper at the
Masonic Hall, which was gotten up in Tully's best
stylo. Tho following wore the regular toasts:
The Day we Celebrate-Ma7 each 6uccossivo re?
turn find us nure el ;-<?!>- cemente. 1 In tho bonds Of
friendship; equally willing and more powerful to
repel our common enemy.
Respond-vi by President S. Y. Tupper, of the
( ur Invited Guests-However rough thc road to
Ufe, may they jog merrily on to the end of their jour?
Ri-spondcd to by Rov. Dr. Hicks.
South Carolina-The Palmetto of thc world-inde?
structible by nature; for although thu heart bc lorn
lrom the body it still lives.
Responded to by Colonel R. S. Duryea.
A hero of untarnished courage-fame,
A being worthy of a spotless name.
Lov. d by his iriends, respected by his foes,
Worahlrped where'er his wondrous record goes;
While Honor mo.ims in wlence. Mercy wocps.
And Justice shiilaj the grave wherein he sleeps.
Responded to by Colonel R. W. Seymour.
The "Ci'y bv the Sea"-Her soil has been conse?
crated by the blood ut rcvolut:onary patriot?; may
her citizens never forget or trove unworthy thc
patrimony of their example and fimo.
The Fir J Department-The army that drawl water
instead ol bbod. and thanks instead of tears.
The Press-May it ever bo free without licentious
ness, aud bold without Intolerance.
Responded to by John A. Moroso, Esq., of thc
Courier, anti F. W. MiUer, Esq., cf THE NEWS.
Woman-A precious casket, conta'nicg jewels
wh 'ch a lorn the life ot man.
Responded to by Dr. J. Somers Buist.
Ibo Spot where Wo were Born-Whatever may be?
tide her in the hidden ages of futurity, contumely
w.Jl never stamp on her escutcheon thc reproach of
cowardico. or of igaomiuious concessions to aggres?
Responded to by Colonel P. C. Gaillard.
HOXEL ARRIVALS, January 21.-PavUicn
Hotel -O R Farrell, S C; W G Joues N E Railroad;
A Morgan, Georgetown; W H Swinten, Jr. city; C H
Wright, Uciuiort; W EW'Uis, N <rlh Carolina; A Sia
glot?n. No . bery :W li Wise, St Matthew's; A M Ree !.
cr, J A Kcedor, Newberry; C Moxin, cit;-; C J Cain,
Cooper River; John A Moroso, city; Janies Trcmblo,
S C ; T Warree Nelson, Clarenden ; w L Lee, Lees?
ville; R C l.ockwoo I, Willsbury. NY; F. Lockwood,
New York city; E Lockwood. Ulster, NY; J C'Wed,
Cambridge; A Martin. Marion; JJ EIFs.wife and
child. florence; WU Towns 'nd, Aik-n; i ynis Wash?
burn, J G Fost.T, Adims' Run; C W Spake. RM
Wilson, J W Fisher, Webster, N C; '. Bernstein,
Strawhcrryvill"; M M Gwyn. Veril c. _a; W H Hm
lins. Greensboro'; G^o W Underbill, W -T Uaderhi L
Newberry; L D Adims, C A Foster, Wa' wick, N Y; P
L Wor ham. SCj NM Graham, cccsviir ; C N Per?
rott J H Parrot, t-terence; R H Lido and ^n,
Union; R A MoCowan F.oronce.
Charleston Hotel.-J K Huchet, New York; W A
Ancrum, Camden; W Richardson, Georgetown; GA
Johnson. M Cottinghaua, A Brandt, J C Gillett. Au?
gusta; WS Montieth, Columbiu; H J Fox, H Best,
Carmel. New York; W F Martin, W McKenzie, Now
York; TU Dick, A abama; J W Caldwell. Richmond;
G A Poardman. wifo aud chi'd. Maine; L Pierce,
Port lani, Maine; li J Stevenson and wife. Miss
Wright. F F Salisbury and wife, I amfle d, H Spfar,
J Cruikshanka and wife, J W Mitchell, Mrs R C Van
Shaack, J Shaw, New York; D M Waring. St. John's;
E D Robinson, city . W Audcrson, Manchester, Eng?
FlQHTTNO EXTBAORDINABY- NOBTH VS. SOUTH.
There was a figh between Northern and Southorn
fowls at Now York on Monday. Twelvo battles were
fought, $200 oich and $2000 th* main. Tho Northern
cccks wero victorious, wincing eight fights out of
twelve. A New York paper says tho contest was al?
most unequalled in the Northern States. Ihe first
six fights constituted tho tudu, and tho last was
con^idired an ou"sid . ouo. A Now York papor de
scricing the issue and those present, says:
lt was a picul ir crowd, and one worthy of Btudy.
Imagine bankers, whose notes are worth tho isrnds;
drovers, w?o-e cash ia bauk would excite th? envy
of minions; taime s, whose b.oad acres are not
easily counted by ilia scorn; horsemon, ?/huso racers
and trotters in their tr sis ot speed have been
heralded tho world over; huts, keopers, whose repu?
tation for gc ii.ilUv au > liberality cannot be ox
celled byan, host in thc and; b'acksiuiths, tan?
ner*, weavers, meu ol'no work und m JU o: alt work,
and then we obtai . a lair glimpse of those that
raiugled fraterna ly and joyously arouud the cl clo.
Ibo birds were ul uianv different ol- r- and t trail's.
Tucsoi'roro th?: South, the word went form, were of
tho "Moue Fe C:" strain, u it wbeu it is mentioned
that thrse gentlemen brought ei btv bi da with
tueni. it inusu bo t C gnizjU that they showed a de?
cided mixture ol' blooJ. Those of tho Nonti were
mostly rf the grand old Lo:ig Isl ind urccd. who
havo fought and won many a malu, and wbos'i tame
ness has been the crowning cr>- of bird r isers in
this sect on io.- m iny years, i bc birds fought ca :h
other by pairs until ouo was killed in each instance,
thc survivor being hailed with cheers as the victor.
THE BLUE REDOE RAELBOAD AND CHARLESTON
TBA.DE WITH EAST TENNESSEE -The K norville cor?
respondent of tho New York Times writes as fol?
Shipments to tho South are now very heavy, owing
to the rise in the rivers and mouniain streaniB.wbich
brings ha .coin and oats lrom the more inaccessible
points, and irom the buoyancy of money in the cot.
ton regions. Paitios now liero from Georgia and
Alabama report money more abundant than it ever
has been. East Tennessee ships almost all her eur.
plus produce louth, where she finds a better market
than elsewhere Our ?aimers, merchants and me?
chanics all work for the agricultural legions of the
South, and prosper as they prreper. Tho towns of
South Carolina and the City of Charleston seem to
share in the now pro-pect, us -wc find the promises
for the completion of their part of oar Cincinnati
and Charleston Railroad more dofinitc. The presi?
dents of our reads composing that line are now in
Nashville working with the Legislature for further
appropriations, and adrices rec ivod here tc-day in?
dicate that they will succeed.
A Card-Testimonial Benefit.
In order that tho public may thoroughly un?
derstand tho manner in which the awarding of the
prize will be conductel, the following directions ere
peblished fe. Ike benefit of those desiring to vote ou
that occasion: Purchase Hckels of n fireman, at the
hotels or hall, and write on its back the rame of the
company thevote is to be given for; it will bo deposit?
ed ia the box at the door, and the company receiving
the largest number of votes will receive tho elegant
gold medal manufactured nt tho jowolry establish?
ment of Jamos Allan, by A. W. Lewin, and valued at
one hundred dollars. The medal is now on exhibi?
tion at Allan's store, Ktng->lrcot, and will be remov?
ed to Pavilion Hotel on Saturday, that all desiring to
see it may bc able to do so.
The following i.amod gentlemen are thc Committee
M. H. NATHAN. Chief Piro Department
R. M. ALEXANLER. first Assistant
C. P. AIM AP., Second Assistant.
F. L. O'NEILL, 'lhird Assistant.
HIJS? N fr-lSS 2? OTICJ??.
CnoicE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
porno, at Wilson's Grocery, soutboist cornor society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered Irco.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ter? in bVery style. Mince pie?, In sh dally. Hot cof
foo and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream evory
ALL PHYSICIANS (wherever it has been tried)
ri coramends "Hood's I ovo:ci?u Palm" lor Coughs,
Colds, Asthnit, Whooping Goag'i, kc. It can bo
found genuine at Dowic k Moise'j Drug Store, cor?
ner of Mooting and Hasel street ...
January 13 wfm6
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS
Of all Denominatims.
kept en hand and for sale by
HUGER & RAVENEL,
Brokers and Insurance ?gcnts.
No. CO East Bay, corner Exchange-? tree t.
Dcconibor ll flu2mjs
TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT. - Saturday night
Manager Gilbert receives a benefit from our firemen.
He will award the company disponngof the larg, st
number of tickets, a Gold Mo :al valued at SIO 0,
manutacturod by Mr. J. Lewin, and on exhibition at
the store of Mr. Jamos Allan, Eing-sireol. Presi?
dents of companies de-irlng to contest for the prize,
should call on Mr. John Burns, ot Hibernian Ha'],
Immediately, an l secure tickets. Nattes of Com?
mittee of Arrangements will be pub.i-liod Saturday
mornin.'. 4" January 20
GAITERS AND BALMORALS,
JUST RECEIVKD BY STEANEU
( II A tt LESTO N .
~t I \ CAS'E^ FINK LADItCS,' CLOI'H ELASTIj
JU ' GAI1ERS. which -we will ?ell from SI IC to
SI GO bost, worth $2.
Also, a u<co lot of i ad?es Mororo BALMORALS
from SI up. An assortment or Mi-s.s and Bo\'s
SHOLS, which wo can cell at tho same proportion,
namely, V.-.HY CHEAP.
Entra?e, as more convenient, corner Eins and
Calhoun, or in Calhoun-strect.
JauuirvlS mw'?tno ?URCHGOf V BKOS.
Sjjirts an) /urnisijing (fijflfj&fi.
A NEW SUPPLY ?IP
SHIRTS AND C JLLARS
Which arc ofT.-roJ for sale at
THIS LOW li. ST CASH Pic ICES I
M BKTIXO-8TKEIC T ,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET II ALL.
Januar? !> Cmos
HART cSs 00.;
COItMSK KINO AND UAKKBT HTS..
CI?AIlLESlOy, s. c.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic fla rd ware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLOJOH AND BAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
Consisting of POTS', OVENS. PPIDt l?? and EXTRA
CIRCULAR3, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOfll
AND A VARIETY OE
AGU IC V LIU UAL IA PUS RI KN TS.
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VAR ETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. 8.- Descriptivo Catalogues can b.-hai on ap
plication. fruw3inos DAC Novoruber 2T
j^CGAN ?St SltlACKOUK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELLT. LOGAN.."E. RAYNARD SEABROOK
/un cr ol Ho tiff 5.
45" The Relatives ana Friends of Air. I
and Mrs. H. THORNTON aXSON. and of his broth?
ers, WM. J. aad J. M. AXSO?. aro requested to at?
tend the Funeral of the former, at the First Baptist
Church, at Four o'clock THIS ArrenNOOK.
January 22 1*
BROWNFIELD.-Died, at Summerville, OD the
2Uth inaiant. Mr. J. W. BROWNFIELD, in the nixty
Fccond yt ar of his agc.
OS" MR. C. R. PARROTT LEFT HIS
friends ai the Pavilion Hotel lost nbht, and hid not
been s?en or heard froii up to a late honr. Any in.
formation as to his whoreabouts will be highly ap?
preciated by his friends. T. H. PARROTT.
January 22 1*
OS" CONSIG NEES PER STEAMSHIP FAL?
CON, from Baltimore, are heroliy no'i?ed that she
is THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier No. 1, Union
Wharves. All Good* not token away at sunset, will
remain on wharf at Consign?es' risk.
MORDECAI k CO.,
asrCONSIGNEES PER STEAM8HIP
JAMES A DOER, from New York, are hereby notified
that abels discharging cargo at Adger's Wharf. Goods
remaining on tho wharf at sunset will bo stored at
expense and risk of owners.
JAMES ADGER k CO.,
January 22 1 Asoats.
OS" BOTTOMRY WANTED IN THE SOM
of (S0000) Six 'lhousand Dollars, gold, more or loss,
on Ihn Spanish brig FR ANCISCO DE ALTONA, ber
Masts, Sails, Anchors, Apparel and Furniture.
Sealed proposals, elating terms, will be received
at tho Spaiisb Vicc-Con'iil-ite, No. 149 Bay-street,
Savannah, Ga., nntil TrrtmsDAV. 29th January, at 12
o'clock M., when tho same will ho omened in the pre?
sence of those interested.
For further particular', apply to
CARL EPPING & CO., Consigne'a.
82" IN THE DISTRICT COL'ttl' OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOU TO CAROLINA-IN
THE MATTER 07 L. L. SIDDONS, BANKRUPT.
A goteral meeting of the crciitots or L. L. SID?
DONS, Bankrupt, will be held al thc ofli;e of JU?
LIUS C. CARPEN TER, Rcg^lrar in Bankruptcy,
Charleston, S. C, on the EIOHTH DAY FEBUUARX
NEXT, for th-^purpose? named ia the twenty-seventh
section of tho Bank.upi act of March 2. 18(17.
By order of tho Cou: t the 13:h day Janu ry, 1869.
JtMEs E. SPE-iR. 1 Ac<,i^,???
T. S1RE.-.T BURDELL,} Ae6,?fDoc8.
OS" THE REPRESENTAI IVES OF THE
celebrated author. RICHARD LOVELL EDG?
WOR TD, eldest son of Packlngharu Edgworlh of |
Bdgworthtown,-Norse County, Longworth, Irolacd.
will hear somethi.-0 much to their advantage by
noticing thia advertisement. The e.iid Edgworth
was an officer in tho navy, married an American
lady, and settled near Georgetown, South Caroliaa,
Elizabeth Knight thc lady'a namo. He died about
the year 1796.
Georgetown. South Carolina, January 15, 1869. .
January 22 1
JB3T EXECUTOR AND EX ECU IRIX'S NO?
TICE_AH persona bavin.' any claims against tho
Estato CT tho late LlMB STEVENS (colored), will
present tho same, properly alt- ste J, to DANIEL
WALKER, at Colouel John Phillips' office, Church
etreet; and all persons indebted to said Estate will
ploaee make payment to same.
DANIEL WALKER, Excutor.
ELIZiBEiH ??TEVEN.?, Executrix.
January 22 f8*
?B-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON TBE
Errors and abuses Inoldout to Youth aud Early Man?
hood, with the humano view of treatment and curr,
scut by mail froo ol charge Address HOWARD
ASfOClATION, BoxP, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 20 Unios
OS" DERELICT COTTON, &C.-ALL PER?
SONS saving COTTON OR O TU ER PROPERTY
at sm, from thc viciuily of Cape Lookout, whoro tho
steamship "Gulf Citj" WJB lately wrocked, and
briagiug e imo to this part, are hereby notified aud
requested to report tho name to tie undersigned,
who represent Messrs. C. H. MALLONY k CO , of
New York, and wno arc alone authorlzod to settle
tho salvage. All sales of su h Cotton or othor pro?
perly without our knowlndge aud consent is h> reby
forbidden. COURTENAY & Til KN HOLM,
January 20 3 Union Wha-voa.
HST COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANUAUY 18. 1809.-Tho foUowing
named perdons aro recognized as ASSISTANT AS?
SESSORS, appointed under tho act providing for the
Assessment and Taxation of Property, for tho Coun?
ty of Charleston, to wit:
Fifth District, lying east of (he Santee Canal and
Cooper River (instead of oast of the Northeastern
Railroad and fhn Cooper River, os previously pub?
lished), 3. D. RUSSELL, and-.
cixth District, lying west of tho Santee Canal and
Cooper River, E. S. MIKELL.
Scvon'h District, comprising all of the Pariahes of
St. Andrew's and St. John's Colloton, 1 BOS. A. BAY
NARD. A. J. BANSJKB, A. 0. C.
OST RECEIVER'S NO LICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGN h D, htvin,' boon appointed Knee.vcr "f (ho
late firm i f DAWSON k BLACK if AN, hereby give.?
notice that all claims sallust sud firm mti-it he prn
scniel to him. ard all persons indebted mti-t mate
payment to J<0. T. HO vi Pa BEY-,
January Vi No. t!7 Broad-street
?.BUY YO JR TEA ANO COFFEE FROM
Kui LIE k CHAPMAN. conurKiaa and ItaoYliuVi
streets, and gat a bett r article .">-. tao fiiOo mjn^7
than i?i MT ot ?or establishment ia tho o.?y.
Novombor 14 fimos
OS" ?A LITILE BILIOUS."-HOW OFTEN
this ld thu ro-pon:.o ?ho inquiry a/lcr a friend's
health; a- if lo ho bl i ?us was a tc ll:n?( mailor hard?
ly worth thinking abo:*!? But let it bo rev.: rat f ro i
that, ai? ..tali ouks Irvin nula aeortm gr w," M
loruai 'ahio dt.-ioos.-s amt frost b^ng "a little
bevoro biliousal seka are -. ere common In 'pring,
tumnier and autumn th? luwi.jt r, bett thc tori
OU?J disorders of the I ver ?hi h S J of on oi-c r tit
those feaeoua, might he traced, ia bundre'la of in
?Uno s. to waitr IndulgcutK.-* and their ugloc?d
oon .cq IICUCI s. Moro highly eoa oiled Icod is caluri.
more Bery drinks iah bod. in cold lhau iu warm
weather and h'JJ Uiab'fiouauuttf- produced whi-h,
umlcr u warmer tcmporaiuro, culminated in remit?
tent and iiit< rmlitcnl lover?.
Tho very b'sl inoli'tn.i for pnrsons who are
cither a LITTLE or a noon DEAL bilious, is HOslET
TEB'? .sTOM-VlU BITTER*. No blue pill or Calc?
ufel I.- required tu such ros.'?, i hast? powerful
mineral medicine cut two way.-, Uko a double
edged 8wor.l. lhoj ucl, i: is true, upoj tho liver,
but react most deleteriously o ? other parts of thc
syatom. Th. y '-stick" there, and cannot be gottid
of. Tho Bitters con uv n vegotible agents of an onli
Mlion? teuduuey, that prod ?co a sp?cifie and most
souial effect upon tbs biliary organ without entail?
ing any ovil cojsequeurcs whatever They arc
altogether wboioKOine, and ac: favorab y and simul?
taneously npo i tho sloaiioh, the liver, tho bowels,
tuc nervrva pystcui, a.id ibo brain.
January IC DaO 0
aar DATCIIELOR'S HAIR DV&-THIS
splendid Hair Dyo i.< UM heit m ?ho werid; thc
only true aud porioct Dyo; barroic.??. reliable
D'fsnhuisous; no dTsappoiatineittj nt? rtdlcuioo?
Unis; ruuiulie* the ill effects o; had dye*; icvi?r>
talpi and liavi a tho Mr ?cit an 1 h?-: uti lui bhsU QI
brjwn. Sold Ii," aU Drsgfia'fi atti V ..'titers; u d
properlv applied at H.itchohir's Wig factory. Nc
UoD'i-sircer. Now York, 'yr l.iunr.,-.v 3
OS- BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOIL-ESSAYS
FOR TOING Mi N o.i the interesting ro'utio.-i ol
Bridegroom to Undo in tho ?nsl?mlou or Marri gas
a r/iiide to matrimoul il ro.iciU aaJ tra.) happiness.
Sent by mail In nealedlottereuveloiios frco<f oharge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. September
Prt) (f&Mi?j, fte
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 4:12 Broadway, New York,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF'SOTJTHERN HEB
CHANTS to their splendid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, ic, 4c.
All imported direct from the Manufacturers,
and offered to the trade at the LOWEST
PRICES and moat FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 10 nao Imo
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE5
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG 10 INFORM THE LADIES AND OTTO
Customers in genera), ihat wc hare just re?
ceived (in addit-on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY ?Oui S), a new supply suitable for the
CONSIST? NO OF:
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
Hiavy Balmoral Skirts ot fl 12
Very choice anide Black Silk $1 80, worth $2 50
Ladies' super Merino Vests only 21
A lot ol line Piano Covers which will be sold le&9
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 50 to 60:.
A lot of Photograph Albums, 75 couts
OttouhHmer'd celebrated French CORSET, $1 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOslL.RY.from L?X up
A flue a - s jr unen t of Ladies' and Children's Silk, Ber?
lin Clo:h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant desi ?ns,
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ftc.,
At tho lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that we have a>
ransell a separate department in our store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, Ac.
J9S- ENTRANCE ON CALHODN-STEEET.
No. *37 KING-STREET.
December ll 8mo
paints, ?ila, Cir.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meetiug and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 _._Orno
OHS! OILS ! OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
800 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMEROS, BARKbRV ?Si CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
BELTU6JJBEL?TNG ! '
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
OTOO FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, aDd 5
260 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TirPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GU.M PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
1 INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO 1| INCH DI?
AM ETE lt
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
WHITE A.ND BROWN JU I E PACKING
ITALIAN Iii LIP PACKING
RUBBER AM) LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE A NU U AN DH OLE GASEEIS OF
CUM? KO.V, BAKKliRY & CO.,
Norihoist Corner Meeting and Cumberland s?rcete.
January I Gmo
500 BOXES IO 14x20 HOOFING T'N
300 BOXES IX Mx20 HOOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC S?sCO ROOFING TIN
50 LOXES IX 42x20 KOOP.KG TIN
25 BOXES JX 12::52
25 l'.OXES IX 11.20
20 BOXf'.S IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 11x20
20 BOXES IXXX 11--20
20 BOXES IXXXX 1-1*20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER. SPEL?
TER, SK., ?CS.
IN STORE AND TO A REIVE.
CAMfiROl, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
J..LU;.ry 1 Gmo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CA li 10 KOA-, BARIC CK Y dc CO.,
Kortbcast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1 imo
STE VM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SI OP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COTPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BilRKIiKY dc CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
READ THIS !
TBE LABGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS HARKET, COMPRIS
TNG ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBIN, P.I il E.S EL, COLTDBAY, CLEAVES,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a fall assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
C O M B S ,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
The ladies are respectfully invited to call and ex?
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. PA.\KVIV,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
Ko. 133 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmwSmos Charleston. 8. C.
Prags, dUemifa?i, <?t?.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
JA For Diseases of the Throat
^E_Jj^ * and Lungs, such as Coughs,
Cold?, VV he oping Cough,
JL j^/Bronchitis, Asthma and
PROBABLY NEVER BEFORE IN TBE WHOLE
history of medicine bas anything wou so widely and
so deeply upon tho confidence of mankind as
this excellent remedy tor pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of yoars, and among most GI
the race? of mon, lt has ristn higher and hiuher in
the r estimation, as li has Decomo better known. Its
uniform character and lower to cure the various af?
fections of the lunes and throat, have made it known
as * reliable protector "gainst them. While adapfed
to milder forms of dise .so and to young child reu, it
is at the sime time the most effectual remedy that
can bo giveu fur incipient consumption, and tho dan- J
geroui a trecli-iiB of tho throat and lungs. As a pro?
vidion a gainst sudden attacks of troup, it should bo
kept on hand iu every family, and indeed, as all are
sometimes, subject to colds and coughs, ah should
be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settlo 1 CoNSUirrriON 'fl thought incura?
ble, still great numbers ol cases where the disease
seemed sct'le.l havo been completely cured, and
the patu-nt restored to sound health by the CHERRY
PECTORAL. SO complete is its mastery over the dis?
orders of thc Lunes and Throat, that thc most ob?
stinate of them yield to it. Whin nothing else could
reach them, under the CHERRY PECTORAL they sub
sido and disappear.
srsoETis Ann PUDLIC SPEAKERS find great protec?
tion from lt.
ASTHMA ls always relieved and often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taking the CHEE?
RY PECTORAL In small and frequent doses.
So Kci.orally sro its virtues known that we need
not publish the certificates of them here, or do more
than assure the public that its qualities are fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Arc so compos-d that disease within the ran?e of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and clem se,
and invigorate every portion of tho human orgau
inm, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its
healthy vitalities. Aa a consequence of these pro?
per ties, the invalid who ls bowed do wu with pain or
phy.-Ioil debility is astonished to find his health or
enemy restored by a remedy at once so simple and
Not only do they cure the every-Jay complaints
of everybody, but al.- o many formidable and danger?
ous diseases. Tho agent below named is ?.leased to
fur..i.-h gratis my Amer can A m.nae, containing
certificates of their curen nhd directions foi their
use iu the folio wir g complaints : Costiveness,
Heartburn^ "Headache arising from disorder of
r-toni.ch, "Nau.-ea. Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
InactiLn of the Bowels, Flatulency, hose of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complainte, aris?
ing from a low state of the body or obstruction of
its functions. They are an excellent alterative tor
the renovation of tue blood and the restoration ol
tone and strength to the system ^debilitated by dis?
Dr. J. C. AYER dc CO.,
Sold at wholesale, by DOWLE k MOISE,
Charleston, S. C., and by Retail Druggists every?
where. fmwSmos nie Downer 23
FOR TITE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
POR THE ACED
POR SPRINC1 USE
C3p\0 BITTERS EQUAL TO THEOI.,29
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER RITTERS,
made of P?Y.E LIQUOR, HERDS AND ROOTS, so
well known iu Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ER3, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
- And such other H I'RB s AND ROOTS as will In all
caaes lissi nt T'lgeslion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YO UlTC AND OLD. MALE AND FEMALE!
Alt Use lt With Wonderful Succ?s
TU THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURE3 FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask 'ur SUMTER BIITEU?. cold by Druggist!
and f :locers.
?j>-lice that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle. D? WIK di MOISE.
POPBTETORS AND WHOLESALE DB?GGISTS,
August 5 Gmo* Charleston. S. 0
Purifies thc Blood.
For ?sale by Druggists Evcrywhef efc
July 23 Die tjr
Hortet, Mulet, Drayt, One Cart, Buggies,
One Wagon; alto, Furniture, consisting of
Fine Mahogany Chamber Set, Marble-toy
Bureaus and Washstands, Fine Mahogany
Wardrobes, Mohair Chairs, Rockers, Car?
pets, Mirrors, Bedsteads, Bedding, Tables,
Counting house Desk Office and Cooking
Stoves, ?rc, at Auction.
BY e. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAT, the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, ai bia
January 23 2*
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
BY MILES DBASE.
THIS DAT, the 22d Instant, at 10 o'clock. I wiH
sell at my store, corner King and Liber ty tree ts,
75 cases Boola AND SHOO IB, just received, con
prising desirable stock, expressly selected for City
CON?IHTT5G IK Pi ST OP:
Cases Men's Calf and Kip P. 8. BOO 18
Cases Men's Calf Creole Congress
Cases Men's Calf and Bon* Balmorals
Cases Men's CaU and Bon* Brogans, C-U and 0-13
Cases Ladies' Serge Congress and Poliah Boots
Cases Women'? Ooat and Buff Bootees, 3-7 and 6-9
Cases Boys' Calf Boots and Brogans, 1-5
Cases Youths' Plain and Copper Toed Boots, 9-13
Cartoons Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes ,
200 pairs Men's, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, shop goods.
S5 cases, 160 dozen, Men's, Boys' and Children's
Sloop Zulieka at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers a nd Auctioneers.
Will be sold at public auction, on ITJE8DAY, the 26th
instant, at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
The Sloop ZTjr.TF.KA, with ber bpars, E gging, An?
chors. Chains and Boat, as she now lies at south
Commercial Wharf. This vessel ls enrolled as 23
95-100 tons, and carries 1800 bushels Elae, or capacity
for 25 corda of Wood, and ia in good order.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us fe r papers and
stamps. fmtnS January 22
Valuable Real Estate at Auction, at Expense
and Risk of former Purchaser.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. K BRUNS,
Will be eold, on WEDNESDAY next, 18th inst, at ll
o'clock, A. M., at the Old PoetolBoe, foot of Broad
street, at tho expense and risk of the former pur?
chaser, he having fa iled to comply with the terms
AU that LOT OF L AND, wi Lh the buildings there?
on, situate on the east sida ot Mee ting-street, oppo?
site Burns' Lane, known as No. 18*, measuring ta
front on Meeting-street, say fifty (60) feet, and in
depth say one hundred and seventy-seven (177) feet,
more or less; butting and bounding north on lands
of Otis Mills and estate of James Gibson; east on
lands of- Elliott; west on Meeting-street and
south on lands of James N. Margart Upon this Lot is
a Three-story Brick Building containing nine rooms,
fronting on Meering street a d one other Brick
Building in the yard, containing eight rooms.
There ls a fine well of water, and al*o a cistern In
the yard, and the front floor of the building is hd
mlrably adapted for a store. The whole forming'
one of the most desirable basine ts locations in the
Terms-One third oath; balance In three equal
*uccessiv? annual instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing inteiest from day of
sals at the rato of seven per cent, per annum, and av
mortgage of tho premises; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Pure baa er to pay for papers,
and stamps. LOUIS MoLAlN,
January 22 Assignee of Jamea Brown.
Rucimtm1 Jprttwte Sales.
BY WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
COBNEB CHURCH AND BROAD -6TKEBT.
Also, No. 7 THOMAS-STREET. For particulars,
apply at No. 136 MEETING-STREET.
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES?
Real Estate Agent, No. 56 Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LAND3 of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation and healthy locations all the
RICE and COTTON PLANTATION? and FARMS ls
all parts or the State.
CIT? PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 Smos.
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GERMAN SILVER KEY*
BINGS, CHAINS, ?Ve.
iva: AXUSXCT? iist?s
BY THE GALLON OB BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, dtt.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
CHARLESTON, 8.?0. '
49? Call and examine specimens.
LEATHER AND RUBBER
Steam Pac?an ?
Rivets and Bars
Beit Hooks, &c
FOR SALE BT
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
t So. 2 03 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan nary G 3 mo
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWIX6 ?ACHIRES.
rnHE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPERIAL
J_ Cross of the Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon th? rcorcsentative of the Otto VLB & BAKBB
.?EWING MACHINE* at the Exposition Universelle,
The QRDYERA: BAKED FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE- are the only Machines that can both sew
perfectly and . mbroider perfectly.
They sew with tbrevda direct from th? spool, and
re julie no re-winding.
Unlike other Machines, these fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
With these Machines, while silk is used upon the
right or face-side of the seam, cotton may be used
upon the other F1 ie. Thu can be done on no other
Machmo, and ls a great saving upon all arbolea
stitched or made up with silk
GR.. VER it BAKER'S .-EWING MACHINES are
sold at New York prices by
NO. 279 KIVG-STUEET,
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE 8TATE OF SOUTH
January 6_ wfmlmo
yy iLLis ?Ss CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUROKAtlE, 8ALB AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Dotnestio Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAYAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Ch arlee ten. 8, a
E.WILLIS.,,..A. B. 0HI?OLM.