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THE DAILY NEWS.
?-LARGEST CIKCDLAITON.- THE DAILY
NJBrlSS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OPnCULLY
B?COGX1ZED A3 HAYING THE LARGEST CTR
OCLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PO BL rs H1-3 THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
INO IN THE POSTOFFTCP AT THE" END OF
BACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POoTOFFICE LAW.
ST. PAUL'B Cauacn, SOCEETS-STBBETW-The
Bight Rev. Bi-ho-) Porsiao wdl preach in this
Church to-morrow even ns. at vespere, at seven
THE MARINER'S CBTJEOH.-There will be
services in ?ho Mariner's Church, Church-street, to?
morrow, Sunday, at hil.-past ten o'clock in the
morning, and hali-past ihree o'clock m the after?
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK OF COLUMBIA.
The following board of d ives re for thin bank hare
been elected for the ensuing year: Colonel L. D.
Childs, president; M jot JohuS. Preston, Jr., Dr. J
W. Parker, Edward Hopo, George W. Swepson,
Richard O'Nvale, Jr., Md Colonel J. G. Gibbes.
FOWL STEALING.-The chief of the dectective
office begs that the citizens will be ve) y cautious
how they buy poultry hawked about the streets by
colored men, as thoro is a great deal cf stealing
going on in our midst, which might bc checked, if
Ax ?EBOLITE-Profo?sor C. CT. Shep ard," of
the Medical College of this city, has in^is posses?
sion antorolite weighing, soven pounds, which.was
picked up a short time ago at Auburn, Ala. It is
irr??tu'ar in form, an J, Hie thesi incteoroliti s geno*
rally, is composed of IrOJ, phosphorus, nickel, co
bult, with a trace of scvoral other constituents. :
THE RED:*3n?TOEi?T FATHEIM-Jos. Wissel,
Adam Kriss. Chas. Rathe, A. M. Fritag, Wm. Gros ,
Jos. Firle, and Chas. O'donohue-are in thi<< city on
their way to Savannah,' to o. en two missions in
that city, ono at tue C~lbedr.il, and the other at St.
Patrick's Church. At the close of these missions '
th're will also be a m e sion given to the colored
ATTENTION, SOMEBODY ! -The sidewalks of
Qnojn-strect, botween Ea?; Bay and Stats streets,
have basn repaired, but tho cellar do?rs remain ia a
ruinous condition. Some ol them hive large holes
in them, while others shat'- boneath the tread, ma?
king this thoroughfare a pe. us one for foot pas- I
sengers, especially ai night.
The mud in front of tho old postofflco is the sub?
ject of general conan".ii::: among business'men.
"PEANTJTS.-This commodity, which has be?
come quite on arti cle of trad a from some , of the
Southern ports, to tha Northam markets, and which
can be raised with g cit sue Jess in all tho Southorn
States, has lately fallen very much in price, and has
been sold in New York at SI 50 per bushel. This
depression has been caused by the grow,h of a large
crop, which has been suddenly thrown upon the
market. North Carolina, which for a time was the
largest exporter, ha- now formidable competition
irani Virginia and ot hu parts of the South; and im?
portations have also bec a made from Africa, whero
thc nut grows in considerable perfection.
AIKEN AND ITS VIS IT ons.-Tho Augusta
Chronicle and Sentinel, speaking of Mr Thurlow
weed, says: '.Thii veteran of tho Now York press
arrived at Aiken night before last. Mr. Weed seoks
restoration to healb in tho balmy, genial inf uence
of our winter climate, and with great good judgment
selects Aiken, because of the enterprise of its people
in providing hotel accommodations. Wc leam that
the hotels of Aiken have be JU crowded since early
fall. We are pleased to ;earn that the hotels ot
Aiken have been genero asl y patronized, having been
so hi 1 from early fall as to ba compelled to dedine
many guests for want of toona "
THE CHESTEE REPOETES.-This is tho title
of i new weakly prier, whoh made its first appear?
ance at Chester on the ilse iu staut. If the succeed?
ing numbers bustaia the promise of tho fir.t, the
Chester Reporter will rank, among the weekly jour?
nals of this State, second only to the Yorkville En?
quirer. Ihepub'?hcra end editors aro Messrs. Ed- .
ward C. McClure and John A. Bradley, Jr. Mr. '
Bradley fought through the war in the Southern
ranks, from tho firing oi the Star of tho West tc tho
surrender of Johustoa, und IC he is only half as g"ud
an editor as ho was a soldier, tho Reporter will al?
ways be an iutere^tiug paper. Both editors aro gen?
tlemen of standing in Chester, amt tho new papor
commences its career uudor t'ae most favorable aus?
THEATRE.-The audience was ratler small
lost evening on account of thu weather, nevertheless
the plays were well rendered, and deserved a larger
audience. To-nir ht the much talked of testimonial
benefit will take place, when we hope to see the house
crowded, as Mr. G. has not only exerted himself to
the utmost in furnishing our citizens with the best
?of amusement, but has gone to great expense in
getting np the splendid medal to be given away this
evening. The bill is a very attractive one, and, of
itself, should draw a good house. Ihe ""harleston
Firemen" (a local drama) snd " . lack-Eyed Susan"
is the bill together with dancing by the Gilbert
children and tho presentation Go, everybody, and
give him a "rouser."
BAL MASQUE.-Night before last, at a pri?
vate residence in this city, there was one of the
finest masquer.dc? cf the sesson. The coctutr.es
wete very appropriate and handsome. Did peace
permit, several ve-.y successful disguises could be
described that vteuld really be worth while reading
about 1 he East Bay eli r's. who p.rsonated Brother
Jonathan, acted hi* jjart captta'ly. ills paper cam,
bric suit was outre. Thero were lords, princes,
squaws, antiquated damsels, and many other equally
noticeab'o Characters, that completed au array not
surpassed by any simitar entertainment of late.
Dancing ard sett music charmed thc evening, until
tho morn bogan to succeed tho night, when the gay
snd joyous company dispersed, after discussing the
very successful disguise.-1 of ona and the other
SUPPER AT THE WIDOW'S HOME-PBESENTA
OM OF A CAKE TO TUE REV. Jons BACHHAX, D.
D.- Several weeks since, a few gentlemen of this
city generously offered-through Mrs. Leonird Chi
pic-to furnish a Christmas dinner to thc inmates
of the "Confederate Wido .TS' Homo." It was found
impracticable to carry out the plan at the time, as
many of tho young lodica cf tho "Home" were
absent during the Christmas holidays with their
^friends. It was concluded, therefore that a supper
should be elvan instead, and that tho ladies of the
Board of Control should be invited. This pleasant
Echeme was carried ont on Thursday night. The
rooms of the "Home" wero thrown open and
"filled with happy groups, and the tabla was spread
with abundant good thing'. Tho young ladle* of
the institution, to wham tho one hundred dollar cite
from Baltimore hi l bceuvotel at the late Fair,
added it to thc attractions of the table, and invited
their friends to share it with them. All the inmates
of the "Home" partook of the supper with their
frionds, aid the evutvng was passed in unrestrained
but innocent enjoyment.
A beautiful epiauda of tho evening was the pre?
sentation to thc Rev. Dr. Bicbmau of th<* valniOI?
walking st ck, which wis voted to him by the unani?
mous suffrages of tho visitors to the late fair.
The caue is of palmetto wood, crowned with a heavy
gold head, upon which is beautifully engraved the
name of Dr. Bachmau, tbs da'e o' the presentation,
and the exp e*-Ko classic quotatian and prayer,
"Strut tn coelum . ?(. cut"
The presont*.io.. peoah was made by tho Rev. C.
S. Veddor. and Dr. D-ichnian responded with d-ep
emotion and simple eloquence. Ho expressed earn?
estly his little doser: of suih kinduets; hU obliga?
tion to thc lade, in my of wiirm were counectod
with the control ot the Boheme, lor inspiration and
example of beoevolont e-Tort, and pra>ed that God
r/ould bless their labors and reward their kindness.
Among many others who shwed tho pleasures of
the evening, wo observe! the Rev. Dr. Waiker, of
Beaufort: Rev. Dr. Hicks, and Rev. Mr. Prentiss, of
GOOD PASSAGE.-The ship R. C. Winthrop,
Captain Stewart, which sailed from' tah city for
LiTerpool. December 13th, .arriYid at that port on
the 8th January, making the passage in the good
time of twenty-five days.
BASE BALL-A STATE TOURNAMENT.- NOW
that tho wea1 her ls moderating and tho evenings
growing longer, base bail is becoming moro anim?t,
ed ; match's are spoken of, tho championship dis?
cussed, and each player is preparing to go into prac?
tice with the determination that Charleston shall re?
tain the rank ehe coined last year. The ensuing sea?
son promises to be quite an interesting one lor the
fraternity in this eily. We understand that the seve?
ral clubs throughout the State contemplate holding
a tournament hero about thc 4th of July, when the
State championship will be decided and prizes award-'
ed to those who excel in the several "points" in the
Occasions of this kind were numerous in the
Northern cities during the past) ear, and in every in?
stance numbers flecked from miles ?round to wit?
ness the sport.
While at Savannah, Christmas, we were info: med
that 'he Oglethorpe Club-who were so attentivo to
the Alerts during their sta--bad determined to
challenge the Carolina Club to ahorne and home
The Alerts will shortly challenge the Resurrection?
ist C lub, ot Andereonville, Ga, who have expressed
a desire for an engagement.
CLUBS AND: STABS.-The following case3 were
brought before the Mayor yesterday morning:
Jeff Deas, colored, Icdged for obstructing the side,
walk at the corner of King and Wentworth streets
and resisting the policeman. Sentenced to twenty
days lu tbe House of Correction..
Horse and buggy taken going at large on East Bay.'
Delivered to owner.
C. Def mond, lying down dm* kin burnt district
Peter Hut'theL lo Iged for larceny and turned over
to a magistrate.
A couple of colored boys had a fight yesterday on
King-street near Market, and ono gave the other
several severe raps with a brickbat. For awhile
there was quito a crowd congregated.
A couple of mules were stolen night before last
from Bonreau's Station, and it is supposed that they
are in this city and may be offerea'ior Mle
The premises of E. S. Prumett,- No. 31 Amhorst
s.rcet, Mrs. ?liza Raynard, No. 4 Judith-street, and
Dr. Horlbeck's, corner of Wentworth and Coming
streets, have boen robbed m thc past two night? of
poultry and fancy fowls. Tho parties are known to
the detectives and will soon be overhauled. '
A-copper pump and lead pire, supposed to havo
beca stolen from the Mcrcurv Office, Meetiog-street,
is at thc detective office and will be rostorcd on ap?
THE UNITED STATES COUBT, JANUARY 22
HON. GEOSOE S. BETAS, PKESIDIKO.-The court
opened at ll o'clock. 3he following petitions for
final disc barge were roferrcd to J. C. Carpenter,
Esq., Registrar, and final hearing ordered to take
place on the 20 h February: Fxparte Elt odom and
James W. Bing.
The following potitioLs for full and 'final hearing
weioroforrtdtoW. J. Clawson, Esq., Registrar: J.
P. Aycock, J. N. Crocket, R. A. Perron, Aaron Plyer,
A. H. Riley. G. Swarz. J. B. Vaughan, B. E. Wy ie.
Ex parte M. L. Wilkins, in re Benjamin Ford. Pe?
tition to establish lien by mortage and for fore?
closure. Beferred to J. C. Carpenter, Esq., Regis?
trar, for ."-pecia! report, Ac. >
Ix porto Uh om a: J. Davis, in re Jos. C. Burgess.
Petition to establish lien lor sale of properly. Re?
ferred to J. C. Carpenter, Esq., to report on facts,
kc ;_ ;
Ex p arte B. C Potts, in re James Warwick. Peti?
tion to establish lien and payment of lien. Report
of Registrar beard. Assignee ordered to pay out
proceeds of sa'e of land belonging to the estate of
the bankrupt after dt duo ling cc s ts, ic. '
In re L. W. Wilhams, ex parte James H. Rion. Re?
port of sales con fl i med.
Kx pa rte rim. D. Bard, in re Thdmas ?. Miller.
Petition to establish lien and for sa-'e of perishable
In re Wm. P. Russell Petition for final dis.
c balgo,' Final hean'! g 17th February.
Ex porte Eliza M. Bonneau, in re Joe. Purcell
Motion to amend bUl in equity on bankrupt eldo
of court Granted.
In re Julius Flaum, ex parte Tracey, Irwin A Co.
The report of proceedings in this case, as recorded
lu yesterdays paper, should have been, that a fee
was a war ded counsel for services rendered two years
since, on petition to declare J. Flevm on involun?
tary bankrupt who was discharged un the 27th of
April, 1867. '
BEFOBTEB'8 CRUMBS.-Mr. Parro tl, whose
disappearance was adveitlsed in yesterday's NEWS,
has turned up all right
To-day is return day.
The 1 arge col um ts on the front of thc Charleston
Hotel, which have been scaling off, have boen re?
There is to be a government sale of quartermas?
ter's property on the 25th instant
Calhoun-stre-t, from King to Meeting, is very dark
at night t ome light is necded-in that direction.
McKenzie's-the well-known esloblsbmerit at tho
corner of Church and Chalmers streets-is to~be turn?
ed into a liquor store.
Tbe firemen's benefit to Mr. "Gilbert," of the thea?
tre, will take place to-night. Wo understand a num?
ber of tickets have been sold. Thc jewel is at Allan's,
King-street . '
The annual meeting of the BlbloSociety of Charles?
ton will take place on Monday, the 25th, at 1 P. M.
An election for officers Will be held.
The stockholders of tho Charleston Floating Dry
Dock a nd Marine Railway ' ompany will meet at
No. 64 Bread-street, on Tuesday rcxt
Ihe storkho dc."B of tie Charleston Gas Light
Company wi.l meet on thc 1st o: February, at 12 M.
Travellers lrcin the Northern States and Europe
ore vlt-Ling the historic ? oints in thc harbor.
The crcditois cf Mr. Ihonas Higuana (formerly of
the firm of Biggam, Fife i Co., of this city), aro
directed by an advertisement in ono .her cohuna
where to ?end thou-.claims lor scttlemat-t.
The an Li rersary celebration of the Bural Chari?
table Amo -ia ti on will takcpVeon Mend-y oveniog,
tho 25th inst, at Kroog'a Hal), (Vontwortb-tfreet.
Bus'ness is brisk in tho cleric of the court's office,
pre; ari tig lor Lho February term of tho court.
There aro only nine patients in tho Roper Uospit
al-nil white, and one hundred and nineteen in tho
Mazyck-strcot colored hospital.
A Cue photograph of Mun Delaud, the star to
shino cn MOLdcy^can besecn in the lute's
The bread used st tho Orphan House is baked at
thc Mazyck-.-trcet Hospita!.
The s dewalk on thc wost sido of Eliiibe h-street,
from Charlotte to Chapel, ls being cut down so OJ to
bc of the ecmc height as the walk elsewhere.
i?. W. Stowe, son cf Harriet Beecher Stone, parsed
through i he city last evening, on bis way to Florida.
Dr. Hicks will deliver an address to young men?t
Dr. BacLman's church, to-morrow evening, at hilf,
past seven o'clock.
H OTZL ABUTTALS-January 22.-Pavilion
Hotel.-John R Turner, Wm H Riley, barnwell ; Al?
fred Williams, Beaufort; W B Bowden and lady, C C
Keathley and lady. North Carolinv, John C lott.
Philadelphia; J P Brook, Clarendon; J B Bryan, Sal?
ter' s Station ; J J Nettles, South Carolina.
Charleston HotcL-3 W 6tanton, E DeBeixedon, H
F P Kingland. 0 Morgan and w-fe, C O'Dooohue,
Augustus M Freitag. Jos A Ii rle, Miss Wright, CB
Fowles, E Plat- and lady, J L Spoffo.d, Mr and Mrs
Wheeler, Mr Blake, New York; H E Raymond and
wife, R C Johnson, C D Brook?, Jamos li Duncan, a
Quincey, Jr. Mr and Mrs Otis Lverrett, E A French,
Boston; J X Hand, I- mile Causon, Philadelphia; T E
Smith. Maine; T A Keith, Tennessee; B W Moore,
North Caloona; H C Holtham. H A Cooper, laclv and
three daughter?, Ballimore; W H Jackson, city; WT
Bonn ett. Internal Revenue Department; G W Hull,
Richmond; Mrs Wi?. T Burg and child,P W Char,
tin gton, J Drumstown, Ei gland; Oliver Jemes, Ten?
nessee; E Larkin, Marj hud; J ii White, Mars Bluff.
RlJHrNKHf? tV OTICUS.
CHOICTE GTIEEN AND BLACK TEAS, fl per
pouno.at Wilson's Grocery, southe :st corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S 3ALOON.-Oys?
ters in every style. Mince pica, fresh dolly. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
HANDSOME SHOW CARDS.-The show cards
printed bj Mesara. Walker, ?rana k Cogswell for j
the Charleston and Florida ISteamboat Xime' of |
Messrs. J. D. Aiken k Co., are triumphs of job work.
The lettering, coloring and steamer cut are all su?
LVDLLLIBLE PENCILS, for marking linen; Pal?
ace Playing Cards, very handsome ; common Corda,
15 cents per ps ck; Check Books and Bank Books
very low; Slate Pencils 25 cents per box; Shipping
Ca?da and Taga; also, Masonic Certificates in parch?
ment and book form, at COURTENAY'S,
january 16 smw6 9 Broad-street.
49? The KelutlTes, Friends a?d Ac?
quaintances of Mr. and Mrs. JOBN NEALON and
family, also of Mrs. SICLY O'CONNELL and family,
are respectfully invited to attond the Funeral of tho
former, at their residence in King-street, near Queen,
THIS AFTEBNOON, at Three o'clock
January 23 1*
43-Tjh.a itt hit ives mid Friends of Mrs.
MAST FEBBELL, and of Mr. and Mrs. M. SWEEGAN,
are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of
JOHN, youngest son of tho former, from her resi?
dence, No. SGT King-street, TO-MOBEOW (Sunday)
MOBNTWO, at Nine o'clock, without further invitation.
January 23 *
HS- ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
There will be service in this Church TO-MOBBOW
MOSSING at thc usual hour, and in the EVENING at
half-post Seven o'clock, when Dr. HICKS will deliver"
an addrc3- to the young men. 1 January 23
jfS-CITADELSQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Service? on SOM CAY MOBNISO at Half-past Ten
o'clock-m the Erirara at half-past Seven.
JOS- UNITARIAN CHURCH-SERVICES
will be held in this Church To-Monnow MOBXINO, at
half psst Ton o'clock, and at NIGHT at Seven o'clock.
Preaching by thc Bov. R. P. CD 1LER. Subject at
night-"Religious Chocr in Despondency."
January 23 _1
?3- TRINITY CHURCH, HASEL-STREET
Service may be expsctod in this Church To-Monnow
Mnnxxso, by Bishop WM. M. WIGHTMAN, and in
the AFTEBNOON and NIOHT by thc Pastor, Rev. W.
P. MOUZOM. 1_ January 23
43- NOTICE-HAVING DISPOSED OF
my business to Mr. CH \RLES KERRISON, the
store will bc closed for a short period, for tho pur
pose of taking ttcck. JAMES B. BETT?.
January 23 1
j(3- ESTIMATES WANTED FOR FUR?
NISHING- WOOD at landings on Ashley River or on
Savannah Railroad. A,.ply at tho LIME KILNS,
Cannonsboro' Wharf. OLNEY k CO.
January 23 2
JOS- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP FAL?
CON, from Baltimore, aro hereby no ificd that she
is THIS DAI ducharging cargo at Pier No. 1, Union
Wharves AU Goods not taken away at 6nn30t, will
remain ou wharf at Consignees' tisk.
MORDECAI k CO.,
January 23 1 Agents.
ItWRECEIVER'S NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGN ED, having been appointed Receiver of tho
late firm ff DAWSON i: BLACKMAN, heroby gives
notice that all claims against sud firm must be pre?
sente! to him, and all persons indebted mu?t make
payment to JN'O. T. HUMPHREYS,
January 13 No. 27 Broad-streeL
4S-BOTTOMRY WANTED IN ^HE SOM
of (S600G) Six Jhousand Do lara, gold, mare or less,
on the Spanish brig FRANCISCO DE ALTUNA, hor
Masts, Soils, Anchors, Apparel and Furniture.
Scaled p>opoaals, stating terms, will bo received
at the hpaoish Vice-Con*ulatc, No. 1*9 Uay-slreet,
Savannah, Ga., until THUKSDAT, 25th January, at 12
o'clock M.. when the samo wtil bo opened in the pro?
penco ot those interested.
For further particular?, apply to
CARL EPPING4: CO., Consigne-s.
January 22 _. C
1WCOUNT? AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 18. 186?.-Tho following
named persons aro recognized as ASSISTANT AS?
SESSORS, appointed under the act providing for tho
Assessment and Taxation of Property, for the Coun?
ty of Charirston, to wit:
Fifth District, lying east of the Santee Canal and
Cooper River (Instead of east of the Northeastern
Boilroid and th? Cooper River, os previously pub?
lished), S. D. RUSSELL, aud-.
fclxth District, lying wost of thc Santee Canal and
Cooper River, E. S. M IK ELL.
Seven1 h District, comprising all of tho Parishes of
BL Andrew's and St. John's Colloton, 1 HOS. A. BAY
NARD. A. J. RANSIER, A. 0. C.
?ST AUDITOR'S OFFICE, CHARLESTON
COUNTY, CHARLESTON, JANUARY 8rn. 1869.
The foUowlng,..?UvUiaus ot this County into Assess?
ment Districts, a.ulasiigumants thereto of Assessors
for the ossica ment of real and personal property,
taxable under the act "Providing for the aasessnient
and taxation of proierty," passed Soptembor 15th,
1868, ls hereby published for general information, to
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
FitslDistxict-Comprising Wards Nos. 1 and 3, lying
east ol Meeting and outh ot Calhoun etrueU-Mr. F.
Q. McUDGB, As-essor.
SoconJ District- Comprising Waldi Kos. 6 and T,
east ot Kiis-jtr et aa l south o? tua city boundary
line-Mr. BuNJ. K. KISLO0H, Assessor.
Third D.striat-Compriiiug Wards Nos. 2 and i,
ly'ng wc3t of King ond ?aula cf Cal a o un htreots
Mr. JOHN W KINGHAM.
Fouith i-istrict-''ompri?ics '?Vardo No?. 0 and 8
lyiug *e5t of Ktng.srroet an 1 south of theoity basa*
dary line-Mr. J. M. F. DER?EF, Ausossor
Fifth Distnc - Comptions ail 'hil action ot
rouulry wit) in tho ount??? lying cast ol tho Sanfoj
Canal and thoOoapar U-ver, consisting ol' tho P?r
Isbesof St. Stephen's, St Jam V Saute?, st. Thom?
as, \:brist Church, aud th? aiijacuul ulanda. Includ?
ing that por.ion of St John's berkeley, tutsi of the
abovo named hue-Mr. S. F. LEQUEX, Atscs
sor, Messrs. 8. D. RUS3KLL and J. D. HINDS, As?
Sl-Th DUtrlet- Comprising all thal se .flor. A ooun
try within the county lying wes: of the Santee Canal
and thc Cooper River, cons! iting of >t. James Goose
Crack, and that p rtion of St John' ? Brtkfilay, nut In?
cluded in thc Fifth Di'trie:-Mr J. W. GRIFFIN,
Assessor; Mr. E. S. MIKELL, Assistant.
Kcvcn'h District-Comprisli g ail o? tho Parishes
of St. audrew'j aud St. John's Colluton, and the ad?
jacent islands-Mr. WILLIAM DART, Assessor: Mr.
THOMAS A. RAYNARD. Assistant.
Eich Assois r -s tvq t rad t> cora 'le o fie ass-uu.
meut within lie district before th) 15?1 Cly of
Fchruiry, 186?, am; toying au as*:s un; if demo I
tc:ra.'-r , aud to coufi ie h;.u- 1 within tba dis?
trict ta whi "h ha ls asaiga?d, o.is-rvlug strictly tua
bound ry l<n?n ot the same. While o ich Assessor
B^iou'd be o ireful ta avo.d as fir as possible any
< bing that may BC m Uko an unno ?.i siry invistt
gat on into ho tri-ato P?jiriofiUo ti\-;>avr, he
must at the sime timo u*a ev rj propor m ians to
satisiy himself os io the corractccss of tac returns
It ismo-t important th it tin Assessors and all par?
tios iutere.tod thoui-i und?r.-tand that tho year for
which this assessment is made terminates on thc 1st
day of September, 18G8; and that it is tho proporty
which Los bien hold by tba tax-poyor during tho
year preceding that data that is to bc aajes.-c l for
Each A sensor herein nim'xl and assigned to a dis
t'ict is required to enter upoti tba dlscuarga of his
duiias on doKDAY, ths llth instant, and ta repo t to
thia ofhao whenever it may bo deemed aoosasiry.
?sses-ors should road carefully tha act providing
for tho ar-eossmaur and taxation o' pro.io -ty, and tho
instruction to Assessors appended thereto.
A J. RAN-1ER,
AuJilor Charleston County.
January 9 elmo
J93-3UY TOUR IE A AND COFFEE FROM
KRI ETE k CHAPMAN, corner Kine and RadrUffo
streets, nnd get a botter article for the same money
than ot any other establishment in the oily.
November It 3mos
ta- PURSUANT TOT k DECREE OP THE
High Court of Chancery, made in a cause "Von Zuy
lew against Weber," the creditors of THOMAS
HXOHAM (late of Margate, in the Isle of Thanet, in
the County of Ken:1, Esquire, formerly nf Charles
ten, in the' State" of South Carolina, in the United
State's of America, (who died on or about the TWENTY
FIRST DAT OF MASCH, 1863,) are on or before the i
TWENTV-8EVENO DAT OF FEB ROAST, "1869, tO Bend J
by post, prepaid, to Messrs. ROBERTS ? SIMP?
SON, of r o 63 Moorgate-street, in the City of Lon-;
don, the Sohcltors for the defendants, VICTOR
FERDINAND WEBER and FRANCIS CHARLOTTE
HIOHAM, tho executor and executrix'pt tho de?
ceased, their christian and surnames, addresses
and descriptions; the fall particulars of their claims;
a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the
securities, if any, held by Hiern, crin default there?
of they will be peiemptorily excluded from the bene?
fit of the said do:reo. Every Creditor holding any
security is to produc? tho same bet?re the Vice
chancellor, sir GEORGE MARKHAM GIFFORD,
at his Chambers, situated No. ll New fquare.
Lincolnsinn, Middlesex, on tbo EIGHTEENTH DAT
OF MARCH, 1869, at 12 o'clock at noon, being tho time
appointed for adjudicating ou the claims.
Dated this 71 h day of January, 18G1.
HENRY LEMAN, Chief Clerk.
VAN SANDAW COMING & SON3, No. 13 King
street, Cheapside. London, Englaud, Plaintiff's So?
licitors. . sws3 January 23
83~ WHAT ARE YOU TAKING ?-PROBA
BLY two-thirds of the adult population of tbe United
States indulfo, more or loss, in bar-room stimu?
lants.. Hot alcoholic bc voriges are' habitually imbib
ed by thousand J of peon lo in tho winter months to
"keep out thc cold." The alcoholic material of oil
these drinks is moro or less poisonous, ir.d is ren?
dered all the more deleterious in consequence of be?
ing taken warm.
A-o?d'hese dangerous excitants. Shun, as you
would shun the deadliest drug, all tavern stimu?
lants. They paralyze the digojtion, congest the
liver, disturb the natural action of the kidneys, irr??
tale the bowels, shottor the n?rvea, and impair the
The operation of HOSTETTER'S STuMACH BIT?
TERS is dhrnetii .ally opposite to this. They spur
no organ into unnatural activity; but they tone and
regulate all. If the digestion is feeble, they awaken
the dot mint energies of tbe stomach, and promote
tho work ol assimilation. It the liver is sluggish
and torpid, they regenerate it. If the kidneys fall
to perform tho r functions properly, they are regu?
lated without bei og Irritate L If the bowels aro, con?
stipated, the peristaltic action is moderately in?
creased, and the discharges become natural and reg?
ular. If the nerves are tre unions, they are siro np th?
oued. If the mind is clouded, thc BITTERS toad tc
disperse the gloom.
These are the effects of tho great VEGETABLE TONIC
AND COBEEOTIVZ, which for twenty years hos been a
staple mediciao in this country, and the dcm. ml for
which steadily increases In all parts of tho Western
It is not offered as a beverage, but as a medicine;
nor will it ever be used to sitiafy a craving for al?
coholic stimulants, because its effect is to check, not
to create, a false appetite for excitants, 'jhe cham?
pions of temperance wiU do well to mark this pecu?
liarity, and to reoommend it as tho only tafo prepa?
ration oonUin?ig alcohol, that can be used for medi?
cinal purpt ses. G SAO January 23
xWTHE LANGUAGE OF NATURE AND
experience domonsTitos that whoever would enjoy
tho pleasures of fojd, the beauties of landscape, the
Joys of companionship, the riches of literature, or
the honors of sta ion and renown, must preservo
their health. The ctr ? j* of foul, injurious food en?
tering the stomach, is to derange the digestive or?
gans sad produce boad.icho, loss of appetite, unro
freshing sleep, low spirits, feverish burnings, ftc.,
which are the symptoms of that horrid disease,
Dyspepsia, which assumes a thousand shapes, and ?
points toward a miserable life and premature decay.
PLANTATION BITTERS will prevent, overcome
and counteract all of thean effects. They act with
unerring power, and are tokon with tho pleatrare of
MAGNOLIA WATEB-Suporior to thc best imported
German Cologno, and told at half tho price.
January 19 tuths3
?-SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO?
PANY, AND SOUTWBSIERS RAILROAD BANK.
The attention of tho stockholde s of the above In?
stitutions ls iespr.ctro.Hy called to the following reso?
lution, adopted at the annual meeting, February,
"Ratlnti, That borcaf ?cr new proxies shall bo re?
quired at each auuual meeting "
And notice ia hereby given that proxies will cot be
available at the noxt meo ling AID th and tenth proxi?
mo) uni oas each signature ls Btamped with a ten
couts Internal Revenue Stamp.
JOHN Y. STOCK. ) Committee
L. 0, HENDRICKS, } to verify
A. W. BURNETT, ) Proxies.
January 21 thatu9
?S-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-01N TBE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood, witta the humaua view of treatment and cure,
sent by mail free ol charge. Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, PoxP, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 20 3mos
es- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE-THIS
splendid Hoar Dye is tho beat In the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantanootts; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects or bad dyes; invigo?
rate and loaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by ?ll Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Baleholor's Wig Factory, No
Uonrf-street, New York. Irr January 3
J86T BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR YOtN'G M KN ou ibo Interesting relation ol
Bridosrroom to Bride In Hie lusli'.uiiou ot Harri :go?
a guidu to iaatriinonl.il fWicitr and trna happiness.
Sent by mull lu noalud lei ter earoloiie? tree ?f ahorne,
ftddrou HOWARD AsSOJIAUON, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. SbptPmber
gartmore, fo. ^
V PLOUUUH, mm,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &3.
FINE CUT LE.. Y AND 0 UNS,
AXIS M , K?ILS,
A General Assortment of Hardware,
LOW FOB CASU.
Charles Kerrison, Jr.,
No. 313 saUWG-sTltKaCT.
January 20 warm3
NOW LANDING- AND IN STORE PER
BRIG AGRA, FROM LIVERPOOL.
ELWELL HOES-assorlod sizes
BRADE'S CROWN HOE3 -assorted siz-is
BRADE'S PATENT CHOWN HOES-assortcd
PLANTERS' CROWN HOES-assortod sizes
GRUBBING. RIOT and TRBNCniNO HOES
ELWELL SOCK li T SPADES
STEEL CORN MIL .iS
WROUGHT IRON RAKES
LOCKS, HINGES, SASH CORD
FR? IN G PANS
JOSEPH RODGERS & SON'S IVORY BAL?
ANCE HANDLE KNIVES AND CARVERS
RODGERS' AND WO i'i'ENIIOLlI SCISSORS
AG 2 NT ron
TUB CELKIUIAT ii? BUDGE'S PER?
SAM'L. H. M ARS FT ALL,
No. 310 KING-STREET,
Sign of tho ?Big Gun."
january ll tuihalmo
FOB SALE BY
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS tz CO.
73nuary23 P tv th 12
" 7 CITY STOCK WANTED.
APPLY'TO "JAJIES'M. 5HACEELFOBI),
Broker, No. U Broad-street
January 22 3
CHECKS ON N??YV YORK.
IN CURRENCY OB GOLD.
LESESN.E & WELLS,
No. IO li KOAD-STKEKT.
$\)\?s anu Jurnisljing ?oobs.
A NEW SUPPLY OP
S T -A. R
SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Which are offered for sale at
THE LOW K ST CASU PRICES!
Pl K U T I V G - S T K E K T ,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 9 Cmos
ftp (grote, gfc
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway, New York,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF'SOUTHERN MER?
CHANTS to their eplondid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKIN3, &c, (kc.
All imported direct from tho Manufacturers,
and offered to the trade at tho LOWEST
PRICES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 19 nao 1 mo
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE!
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG 10 INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, ihat we have Just re?
ceived (io addison to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
eui FANCY O O ol SJ, a new supply suitable for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, &c, at reduced
H?.evy Balmoral Skirts at SI 12
Very choleo article Black Silk $1 80, worth 52 50
Ladies' super Merino Vasts ouly $1
A lot ot Que Piano Covers which will bc sold less
160 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 60 to G Ja
A lot ol Photojr i ph Albums, 7f> cents
OttenhKmer's c<loorated French CORSET, SI 00
A full and completo assortment of Co.man and Eng?
lish UOSILKV, from U-i up
Afine a-8ortment or Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin i-Io.h and Lille GLOVES, oleg, at destins.
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
0 TABLE DAMASKS, fcc,
Al thc lo went figures.
We woulJ als i notify our patrons that w- have ar
ranced a separate dopartoicnt lu our storo exclu?
sively fia '
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
?5- ENTRANCE ON CALHO?N-S1REET.
PUIICHGOTT ? BttOS.,
No. ?37 KING-alltELT.
Q_ lt K A T ATTI! A C V 1 O R
QURNRY'S ,t CO/S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINK ART GALLERY.
NOW ON ESHIBIlfON Tilt LARGEST AN!.?
fli oHCollectiou of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in > .'harlestun. They ara perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient .uni modern.
Amona thc collcctiou may bo found PALYAIOB
RI ISA'S Ui. AD OF .CHRIST, Corre :go'a Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide dom-j Out, A. ?elucroix's 'l ido
Coming lu, TUT'.or's Venice, Jackson's Lnglisli
Beanery, Rowbotlom's Eiiglisa Scouory. Baxter's
English and Irish Scuncrv, Vie ?vs un the Rhine, Tho
Juugi'iuuu, abe Wetlcrhorn, Marine Viows, and
inc public sro respectfully invited to call and sec
these beautiful Works oi Art. They are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduotion in tho pres POROkLADN PIC?
TURES. Recent improvements m producing these
pictures enable us to uew offer tho at nearly one
half the formnr prices, and tar supo. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
fLALN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E'pnoial attention given to rbildren. Also to copv
inc old Daguerreotypes aed otner pictures. Saiiefa.'
liou ia all cases iruarantocd, and ut prices to corres?
pond with tho times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLE.STON,
FORT SUM IE lt AND MAGNOLIA
At Kedaccd Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS 07 THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
Theso sre the drst arid only Photosrapha ever taken
in that locality.
Q, U 1 fi B Y ? CO.,
No. 2C1 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 3. C.
November 12 3mos
UNDER DEC HE E Iff EQUITY
Gray, Master in Equity, vs. Huger,jt ah
On WEDNESDAY/3d February, at il o'c?ock/wlfi
be told at tbe Old Customhouse,
All that valuable PLANTATION, situate In St Pe?
ter's Parish, Beaufort District, South Carolina,
bounding on B'ce Hope, Fife and clydesdale or Nev?
ille Plantation, known as Murray BIB, ?nd contain?
ing six hundred acres, more or less, as will more
lolly appear by reference to a plat of the same by J
Terms- One-fonrth cash; balance in one, two and
three year?, with interest from day of sale, payable
annually. The credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser 'and mortgage of the plantation
sold. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
Sheriff Charleston County.
January 03 s tutti wi
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
?KITKD STATES- Or AMERICA-SOOTH CAROLINA DIS?
Harriet Harrison v.T. J. S. Thompson and
L. J. Patterson..
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed, is
suing out of the Honorable the United States Cir?
cuit Court for the District of benth Carolina, 1 will
expose for cale to the highest bidder, at public
auction, at Camden, Kershaw County, on MON?
DAY, the first day of February, 1869, being the
first Monday of the month,
AB tbe right, title and interest of thc defendant in
and to the following Property, to wit: ONE HOUSE
AND LOT, situated at Liberty Hill, in Ksrsbaw, con?
taining Seven (7) acres, adjoining lots of R. B. Cnn.
ningham, estate of Wyatt Patterson, Wylie Patterson,
and o1 hera. The improvements consist of a fine two
story Dwelling, containing eight square rooms,- and
other necessary outbuildings; the yard is well orna?
mented with the finest shrubbery and evergreens. -
TRACT No. 3, known os the "Beaver Creek Tract,"
situated in Kershaw, containing fourteen hundred
(1400 ) acres, more or less, six miles east of Liberty
Hill, adjoining lands of James S. Thompson, estate
of D. lt. Perry and others; about one hundred and
fifty 1150) arro3 in cultivation; land w. H adapted to
cotton and cereals. Improvements consist of those
usually found on a cotton plantation, such as cribs,
stables, outhouses, laborers' cabins, be. Ac.
TBACT No. 8,,known as the "Ferry Tract," sit?
uate in Kershaw, near Liberty Hill, containing two
hundred and fifty (250) aeres, more or less, adjoin?
ing badi of Jomes S. Thompson; Daniel Kirkland,
and oi hors, ninety (90) acres m cultivation. The im?
provements consist of those usually found on a plan?
tation' adapted to raising cotton,' corn. Ao., Ab.
TRACT No. 1. known as the '"ICU Place," situated
-in Kershaw. The throe-fourths (3-4) interest of de?
fendant in; thirty (30) acres ot land, more or less,
with an overshot mill in running order capable of
grinding 76 bushels corn per day, adjoining lands of
James 8 Thompson, Gard ; er Collins and others.
TRACT'No.' 6, known as the "McMillan Plr.ee. t"
in Kershaw, containing one hundred (100; acres,
more or less; thirty-five (35) acres in cultivation,
with some improvements, adjoining lands of James
S. Thompson, J. A. Dye and others;
TRACT So. 6. known aa tho "RusseU Place," in
Kershaw, containing eight hundred r800) acres, more
or less, ninety (90) acres m cultivation, adjoining
lands ef estate of Wyatt Patterson, esUte of McMillan
and others. Th ir pisco in well improved aa a cotton
and groin farm, such ss gin hoase and screw, grain
houses, Ac a .
TRACT No. 7. known as the "Summervale Place."
In Lancaster County, situated twenty milis from
Lancaster Courthouse, and two miles from Liberty
Hill, containing eleven hundred (1100) acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of estate of John Perry, Wiley
Patterson and others. One hundred and fitly aurea
in cultivation, with the ordinary improvements of a
cotion and grain farm; fencing in good o:der.
TRACT No. 8, known as tho "naming Place,"
situated in Lmcaster County ten miles from Lan?
caster Courthouse, and too miles from Liberty HUI,
containing lour hundred (100) acres, more or less;
one hundred and fifty (160) acres in cultivation; ad?
joining lands of Fleming, Maokey, estate of Bailey
and others. This place baa all the improvements of
an ordinary farm for cotton and small grain.
On WEDNESDAY, the 3d of February, I will sell,
The following PERSONAL PROPER IY at Liberty
Bill, twenty miles north^st irom Camden:
26 bead of prime MULE'S 2 Horses, about 60 head
of Cottle, 6 Wagons ('wo and four hor-o), 1 Carnage
and Harness, and a large lot of Farming Utensils,
Lovicd on as the property of L, J. Patterson, de?
fendant, at tho suit of Harriet Harrison, plaintiff.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay the Marshal for
necessary papers and stamps.
J. P. M. EPPING,
January 9 sa United states MarshaL
AURGE ASSORTMENT, AT
January 7 thstnlmo
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IM THE STATE,
< at KINSMAN BRO j.
January 7 thatulmo
OLD CHAIRS AND SOFAS
EEPAIRED AT KIN.-MAN BROS.
January 7 thstnlmo
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LE TTE II S AND STAMPS
CHUCKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GURMAN SILVER KEY
KINGS, CHAINS, Sie.
BY TOE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, dee.
No. 129 EAST BAY-3TRERT,
t?3r Call aud examino spocimens.
January IC 3mos
LEATHER MD RUBBER
Steam Packin *
Rhtts and Bars
Belt Hooks, &c.
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
NO. ?03 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BRUAU-STKEET,
FREE READING ROOM,
CONTBACT3 MADE ON THE BEST 1BRM8 WITH
Three Hundred Southern Popers.
January 1 mwthslG
By order of (he Executor-Two and a hilf
story Wooden Dwelling, corner of Picket?t
altey and St. Philip street, one door north
of J. II. C. Seebeck's Grain Store.
Will be gold on T?ESDAT, 23th instant, at the 01??
Posiofflce, at ll o'clock.
That two and a half story WOODEN DWELLING-,
corner of Pickett's alley and St Philip-street; dwell?
ing coi taie s four square and two attic rooms, kitch?
en, ?c. Lot measure* 30 feet iront by 100 in depth,
be the Bame more or less. .. ;,s
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest, secured by bond and
mortgage of the property; property to he insured
and p oil ey aasigned. Purchaser topsy aa Tar papers
?nd alampa. . Jumaxj. 2a ?
Desirable Residences in the Wettern Pcrtfo??f
W. Y. LEITCH & H. S. BR?NS,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 26th inst, at ll o'clock,
at t he .Old Posiofflce,
Tbat.dcairablo twp and a half story WOODEN
RESIDEN OE,. slate roof, situated at the corner of
Wentworth .and Gadsden streets ; (known aa No. 10
Gadsden street) -Dwelling contains i square and
S ai tia tooma,' -with double p?vzxaa..dressing room
and pantry; good kitchen and stable. Lot measure?
77. feet front on Gadsden-street, by 160 in depth on
'Wentworth, be the same more or less.
That desirable two story WOODEN E WELLING,
with double piazza?, known aa No, 4 Gadsden-street,
one door north of Beautaln-at reet. Dwelling contains
four square rooms, two dressing rooms and pantry,
good kitchen and carriage house. -Lot measures 55
leet front by 211 in depth, be the same more or less.
.aqaxp9? AL?,? I '.f
That pleasantly situated two. and a half story
DWELLING, with double piazzas, known ai No. 6
GadHden-streot, one door north of No. 4. Dwelling
contains 4 square and 2 attie rooms, dressing roam,
pantry and kitchen, lot measures 81 feet iront by
160 in depth, be the same more obleas.
Terms-One-halt cash; balance in one yeer, with
interest, secured by bond and mortgage of the prop?
erty. Property to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papen and atamos.
January 23 .? ? :r ? ?????? ? ? -, .ffiJE
W. Y. LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS*
Under and by virtue of a Decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston Countv, I will sen, at Public
Auction, TUOBbDAY, the 4th February prox., at
ll o'clock, on the premises. No. lT^road-sweet,
ALL TEE STOCK TN TRADE AND FIXTURES OF
A WELL APPOINTED DRUG STORE,
coNSLsxnto ra PAST or: ,. .-.,---t
TRUG', MEDIOINr^ Perftmiery, FancyArticles,
Bottles, Jars, Cosmetics,' Counters, Scales, Surgical
Instruments, and all the necessary Founts for manu?
facturing Soda Water. Also, the Good .Will of -the
establishment . JOHN T. HUMPHKET8,
Beceiver ot Dawson ts Blackman. '
Terms of sale cash. wiathl January
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Auctioneer?. jfca . . ...t
Under and by virtue of a deoree of die Court of
Equity for Charleston County, I will sali, at public
auction, on WEDNESDAY, the 3d day of February
prox., at ll o'clock, at the Old Customhouse; - --'
AU that LOT OF LAND with tho three story Brick
8tore and outbuildings thereon, situate oa tho south
side of Broad-street, corner of Gadsden's Alley,
known as the No. 17, measuring and eonrainlcg in
front on Broad-street twenty-seven feet six inches
(27 it 6 in.),.and in depth on Gadsden's Alley ninety
three feet BU luchos (03 tt ff in.), be the said dimen?
sions more or less; ending and' bounding to the
north on Broad- treet, east on lands now or late of
-, south on lands now cr late of -, end weston
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bondi of the purchaser, bearing
interest at seven per cent per annum, payable semi?
annually, secured by mortgage of the premises;
buildings io be insured and the pobcy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and for stamps. ? .
JOHN T. HUMt-HRJOTSv
Receiver or DAWSON ic BLACKMAN.'
January 13_ ws7
Valuable Real Estate at Auction, at Expense
and Risk of former Purchaser.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY next, 27th f nat., at ll
o'clock, A. M., at the Old Postofloe.footaf Broad
street, at the expense and risk of tho former pur?
chaser, he having failed to comply with the terms
All that LOT OF LVND, with the buildings there?
on, BU nate ou tho cast side of Meeting-street oppo?
site Barns' Lane, known as No. 186, measuring in
front on Meeting-street, Bay fifty (60) feet, and 'in
depth tay one hundred and seventy-seven.(177) fset,
more or leas; butting and bounding north.'on landa
of Otis Mills and estate of James Gibson; east on
lands of - Elliott; welton Meeting-street, and south
on lands of Jas. N. Margart Upon this Lot is a Three
story wooJ Budding on a brick fe tinda tion, containing
nine rooms, from mg on Meetlngat,, end one otter
Brick Bulldinc in tho yard, contai um 17 eight rooms.
There ia afine well of, w vter,'- and ah>o a di te rn in
the \ ard, and the iront floor of tho building ls ad?
mirably adapted for a store. The w?ole forming
one of the most desirable basins s locations in the
Terns-One third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual ins taime nts, secured by bond or
bonds ot purchaser., bearing inteiest from day of
sala at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, and a
mortgage of The premises; buildings to be iDmred
and policy aasigned.. Purchaser to ply for pupers
and gt imps. "LOUIS 'MoL.UN',
January 22_Assignee of James Brown.'
Sale under Foreclosure of MortyagerrUoftl'M
Camden, known ar DeKalb Hours. >
BY B. M. MARSHALL S BRO.,
On TUESDAY, th a 9tii of Februars, 186?. at'll
o'clock A. M., will be sold at the Old Postofflce,'
The HOTEL in Ohmden, known te the DaKALB
HOUSE, situate on the northeast corner of Bread
and DeKalb stree's. . The lot being known and dis?
tinguished in the plan of Camden aa part of lot No.
773, measuruu uno hundred feet on Broa<t~street,
three hundred and twenty-two leetonDeKalb-street;
bounded north by lot No. 772, east br remaining
1 orri on of lot No. 773, south by DeKa.b-s treet, .and
weet by Broid-street
. TM ms-Two thousand four hundred dollars cash;
the balance on a credit of one. two, .tbree and four
years, secured by bond and mortgage, with buildings
in-ured and policy assigned. Purcuaier to pay for
stamps and paies ' -ri
Bl'NJ*MIN Y. PIPPEY, ) Assignees
WILLIAM S. WILSON, J In
JOHN BYERS, ) Bsnkroptcy,
(Of the firm cf Iraoy, irvin & Co., Bankrupts^ New
York.) ws6 January 20
?ncimttn\ JpriD?tf jSal.fi.
Valuable Rice Plantation for Sale.
BY Hi H. BeLEOX.
At Priva'e salo
All that VALUABL E RI3E PL\NTAXION, known
na "Lot.nv Bay." tituated on Poa Pon River, St
i-arlhoiomow's Parish, containing one bund ed and
0 ty ( 160), wjree ? moro or les-; oounded on south
and west by lauds ol thc la'o J. a. Anne, 00 the north
by and-of ,.dw.i-J Uarnw-iii, ami on tho cast by
Ashler Cree'*. For term), ic. apply a< above, at
January 31 etutu3 No. 24 Bttu < D-S1 BEET.
*Y WM. MCKAY.
At Private Kale
CORPJ.B LHUROH AND BROAD - STBBEr.
Also. No. 7 'iHO?LAS-STUBET. For parti ulara,
op.dy at No. 13? MEBTINti--tTBKET.
January 18_ ,
BY J. FRASER JiATHEWgSj,
Kcal Estate A sont, No. 50 Broad-street.
For sal? and Lease
PHOSPHATE LaNDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navijctlo a and healthy looations ail The
yeap. . .-:
U'CE and COT ION PLANTATIONS and FAEMS ts
all parts 01' the Mato.
oITY PEOPEBTY of every description. .
November 2 3 mo*.
T^f EETl\G-?TKE?,T FOt'SDRY,
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FUBNISHINQ
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN, ,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various fixes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COBH
MILLS, SOGAR M3LL3, SUGAR B0ILE3S
AND PaNB, 0? ?H aine?
HOBAB POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 te
H feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESS KS for Hand
power, sow and R100 Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of aU deacriptione
made to order
Pariicalar attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BoTLD
t INGS. GBATTNGS,
CISTERN COVERS. SASH WEIGHTS, ?c^?c,
WILLIAH 8. HENBREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETTNG-STBBET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.