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THE DAILY NEWS.
tS- LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAI LY
Bf EWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
UNG IN THE POSTOFEICE AT THE END Of
IACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCoTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, in bis
salesroom, Meeting-street, liquors, furniture, gold
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER will pell at naif-past
10 o'clock, at No. 52 Lroad-sirtot, balance of (tock of
tailoring goods, &c.
LEITCH k BRUNS wiU sdi at ll o'clock, at the o!d
Postofflce, desirable residences, steamer Volunteer,
and sloop Zuleika.
G. MCBRIDE >.MITH wUl sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Pest frico, farm, dwellings and building lots.
T. M. CATER will sell ut three-quarters pa-t 9
o'clock, in bis store, Dean's wharf, batter, bacon,
G. W. STEFFELS -t Co. will sell at half-past 9
?'clock, in front ol their store, Vendue Range,
cheese, butter, b icon, kc.
JOHN G. MILKOR i: Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
their salesroom. Meeting-street, dry goods, hats, kc.
LAUSET & A LEX ANDES wid sell at 10 o'clock, in
their store, East Bay, thirty tubs good batter
Loins D. DESAUSSUBE will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoflke, dwelling hou?e in bt Michael's
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Cbarleston FJoatinsr Dry Dock and M"arine
Railway Company, ai i2 .M.
Jefferson Lod^c, at 7 P. M.
Vigilant Fire Ena inc Company, at 7 P. M.
City Council, at 7 P. M.
PERSONAL.-Generals Horace Porter and 0.
E. Johnson, of General Grant's staff, Colonel S. Fair
and General A. C. Garlinglon, of Newberry, are at
PHILADELPHIA STEAMER.-Messrs. J. & T.
Getty, agents o? the steamship Prometheus, have re?
ceived a telegram that she ariived yesterday morn?
ing, aLd will leave on her return trip eirly next Fri?
Ax INCENDIABA* ATTEMPT -An al tempt was
made night before last, to set fire to the residence of
L. C. Northrop, Esq., Qu ? u-streat, a few doors wost
of Franklin. The briens ci the foundation vero
taken out, and matches and other inflammable ma?
terial plac?d under tho siUs of the houseo, but fortu?
nately they did not taue fire.
CONFERENCE OF THE AFRICAN METHDDisr
CHUCCH.-Yesterday was the second day of the
meeting of the Sooth Caro ina Conference of tho
African Methodist Church. Religious services were
conduced by the presiding bishop, Rev. J. M.
Brown, and a comm.tte. 3 appointed to examino
appUcants for admission to .<io ministry.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.-Thc Sisters of Our
Lady of Mercy, Qate >street, Charleston, S. C., re?
turn their prate.ul tnattks to Mesare. John Haley
and William Palmer, of New York, for their liberal
contribution of two barrels cf flour. Ihey would
also acknowledge iii* many acts of kindnes- and
liberality eznenoncod at th',' hands of Mr. John Rice,
through whoso agency tho above wis rectived.
Their gratitude is also due to Mr. John Hoey, of
Adams'Eiprc?8, for doltvoting the earno with his
ii'uil kindness t.i thc Sisters, free of charge.
THURLOW WEED IN SUMMERVILLE.-We aro
obliged to aa-: <-ea<.jonal Summerville correspondent
for the follo-.vi'cg' paragraph:
Oar town was fivorid with a vi il from Hon.
Thurlow Weed last wcik. Ho hid never bcarl of
Summerville until ho reached Charleston, when a
friend advised him to irv a soj urn here aspretera
bleto Aiken. He expressed hmsslr quite pleased
with thc place, and won d have remained longer bal
not rooms been engaged some time pr?viens tor him
at Aiken, and he iou ob! g.tc j to occupy them. In*
valid* 'n scan h ot quiui, und desiring a liglr, tlry
3tti:oi>;hCiC, cm r. a isa it here.
FIRE AT MIDWAY, 6. C.-Tho house of Mr.
A. Middleton, at Mid wa;, in Barnwell District, was
deatro- el by fire on Saturday afternoon last. The
dro originated i. ora a i>:orc in tbe second Btoxy. 1 ho
families of Mr. Lawton and of a brother of Ur. Mid
dloU.D,?ho were living m the hou=o, lost everything.
Fortunately, only a .i.uu wind was stirring and the
fiamos wt re confined to thc house in which they
originated. Tho total loss was $1500. Mr. A. Mid?
dleton returns his thanks to the white and colored
people of thc vicinity for thv'.r valuable aid and kind
intentions. * *
THE CH ABLEST N HOTEL.-It was raentioa
ed a day or two ano thu this popular and just now
populous hotel has passed into the hands and man?
agement of Mr, fe. H. Jackson, cf this city. It is
now tweaty years ?inco Mr. Jackson arrived in ou:
city from his native hills of Vermont, a stranger
among us. without family connections or friends.
During that timo bis career, and now his success,
afford encouragement lo all who look forward for a
lifo of honesty, ? or rie t y and integrity to be crowned
wi I h tho respect and the confidence of the com mu
ni$. Such is the meed Mr. Jackson has earned.
May his success in his present position be equal to
that of all his past hie, for no one who knows him
will doubt that ho deserves it
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CHA BLESTON BIBLE
SOCIETY.- At the annuli meeting of the B ble Society
of Charleston, held yesterday afternoon, the follow?
ing officers were elected to serve for thc ensuing
E. L. KERRISON. President
Rev. THOS. SMVlHE.D.D.,1
DANIEL RAVEN Bi* LUT?^I??-M "."
SAMU' L J. W ?GN'EB, \ Vicc-Prcsid-nt^.
N. B. MIDDLETON. J
Rev. C. P. GADSDEN, 1 ~_ c""""(o,^0
C. S. VtDDEK, 'j Corre?. Secretaries.
J. N. ROBSON, Secretary.
W. N. HUGH*S trca urer.
3Ianag:rs-Kev. C. C. Piuckni-y, Rev. J. T. Wi^ht
m-.n. Rev. W. i>. Bowman, Rev. E T. Winkler,* Rev.
"W. H. /-dams. hov. J. I.. Girar?eau. D. D., Dr.
James Moultrie. Cap'ain T. S. budd. F. J. Pclz-r. T.
P. Elford, J. N Robson, t?. M. Mitchel), Charles P.
Frazer, Gtor.je S. Cook, Hon. C. G. Mejimingor.
*Vice G. W. Williams, whodec'ined re-election.
BURNS' CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-Tho an?
niversary of this society was celebrated yo.'terday in
thc usual manne .. A fine sapper was served at
Kroeg'sHall by Mr. Andrew Craig, caterer. The
music was tarnished by Mr. James McDuff, piper,
and Meyer's string band. The following ts the hst of
officers elccte) to serva for tho >nsuin<;year:
A. CAM ROS * Prc.-ldent.
ROB r. WING t First vice-President,
WM. KNOKtSiOond Vice-president.
WM. Rf'Y.n -ccretaryaudlreasurer.
Committee on Charity-B. Mcinnes, John McKay,
W. J. Heriot.
Stewards, 18SS and 1S39-Dunbar J. Tani,-Mll
lor. Cecil C Neil.
Flee Wm. Birnie,* ieitcbo State.
Vu* Wm. Paul.t declined,
rice D. Nistet,} deo ti ned.
Vice W. F. Paddon.ll declined.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, JANUARY 25
HON. GEORGE S BRVAN, PUESIDING.-The Court
opened at lt o'cloek. Toe fe'lowing petiiions for
voluntary bankruptcy were read and referred :
Ex parte B. Evaus Hodge, W. W. Hodge, Lazarus
Bell. McCauley J. White. Final hearing 25th Febra
ary, after notice to creditors.
Ex parte John J. Iiigraham, in re Peter S. Wor
sham and Thomas W. Briggs. Pet doa ior injunc?
tion and relief against assignee. Oidered that in?
junction issue, and answer Vt be made February
Ex parte Henry Waterman, in re J. M. and B. J.
Muirhead. Petition for payment of money in
hands cf factors. Oidored that asslimee show
cause on 27th instant why payment should no: be
Ex parte James M. Caldwell vs. D. J. Wi>n. as
aifmee, in re T. B. R Bo mo. Bil forforec'.o-uroof
mortgage, AUBWOJ fl'cd and pleadings referred to J.
C. Carpenter, K q., Registrar.
lu re Joseph Pnrccl!, ex pirtoEiza M. Bonne-u
vs. Joseph TureeH. ot a- Bill in equity in bank?
ruptcy. Ordered that J. E TurcaH after renou ia
tinn of dow-r. bo paid $1700; also, that i roperty
pu?cbo-ed by Cohen, H-oic'-el & Co. bo dischnrgoa
?rom liens kr.
Ex parto Wm M. nail. Petition for voluntary
bank up'cy. Referred to J. G. (larpent r Esq.. Re?
gister. Reponed f ivonb'y anti report confirmed.
In re Wm. Ray. Petition to amend schedulo.
To BB BAFFLED to-morrow evening at '.
past seven o'clock, at (he store of Mr. M. D
corner of Liberty and King streets, tbe silk <
left from the Sumter fair.
THE MUHDES.-Tho mysterious murder c
milted on Sunday night in Calhoun-Mreot, bel
Middle and Anson, waa under preliminary in>
gation yesterday before the coroner. In the t
noon a young mon by the name of J. Q Reeves,
resides in Marsh-street, w s arrested in Broad-st
in rooms over thc internal revenue office, occu
by his sister, on the charge of being the perpeh
of the deed.
A multitude of reports were afloat y es teni cy i
gait! to the cncumBtance5 of tho crime, but not:
authentic has yet transpired. Some excitement
created by the arrest of parties as witnesses, am
suspicion of complicity in thc crime, but thc ruc
in regard to these arrests were greatly exaggcra
Ihe jury, before whom tho cos?is being bo
has been adjourned until to-morrow at ten o'cl
when thc testimony may bo coi.ciudcd, and thei
thc particulars will be given to the public.
THEATRE-AHNTE DELAND.-Last even
Miss Annie Deland made her first appearance
th-3 city before one of the largest and mo-t fash
able audiences that bave assembled at the the
during Mr. u il bert's p-esent season. The play
the "lancashire lass," by Henry J. Byron, of I
non, which brought out the entire strength of
drama'ic company, and wis well acted througbi
all the perfoimerB seeming to exert themselve
render full ju'tice to their various charact-rs; I
of course, the attention of the au ' lenee cent
upon Miss Deland, who acted the lead ng cliurac
ot tho play, "Ruth Kirby," in a VeJJ natural m
aer, and with an evident appreciation of her p?
Miss Deland possessen a fine stage presence,
young and good looking, and bas a voice ol remo
able purity of tone and thoroughly under eonti
Judging from the ADC toilets this lady dis pla;
during the evening ehe possesses a rich and vs
able wardrobe. She created a marked sensation I
evening, and we expect to sse full hontes duri
her btief engagement, which is limited to
Mr. Sutton as "a p.rtyby the name of Johnst
was excellent, and rendered full Justice to tho cl
acter. Messrs. Grey. Fox and Reese aro worthy
commend ition. Mrs. Harrison and Rettte Gray,
their varied characters, surpassed their prarie
To-night Miss DeLand will appear ia the sterli
ploy entitled the "Boncymooa."
CLUBS AND STARS.-Tho following cases we
disposed of at the Mayor's Court yesterday. Th
compriso what have beon lying over since Saturdt
.Wed ?oung, colored, larceny ot iron irom Char
Wiight, crflorod, Middle-sheet. Turned over
-Harvey, drunk and unible to take eire of hi
self. Fined $10; paid.
William Jervey, colored, lying down drunk in t
streets. Fined S?: paid.
fctophou Joni s. James Jenkins and Prince Pri
leau, colored, witnesses L? thc Jones murder ca
Turned over to coroner.
Annie Abrahams, colored, ten years old, appli
for lodgings, and was sent home.
Arthur Mi rpby, white, applied for lodgings; grai
cd, and ordered to be seat to Wilmington, N. C.
Thc following cases will b- hoard this morning:
Tonoy Graham, lodgod for telling ducks in l
market wit'jout a license..
M. Byins. white, lodged subject to order of Coi
ner; also, Joseph Butler and Jeremiah Crowley.
J. finley, white, lodged tor ?gutiug ia Kng-stroi
near Priuccss-strcet; also having a deadly weapon
his possession. Released on deposit of $23 to appe
George Mack, colored, lodged for fighting iu Kin
street, near Princess.
Ellen Butterfield, colored, lodged for being inn
and disorderly in Elliott-street.
John King, Thomas Hafferiy alias Butler, Geori
Murray, and Prince Prioleau, colored, he'd subje
James Edmunds, colored, lodged for stealing cc
ton from Ac com mo a ion wharf.
There are a u-imber of fowl thieves loose on tl
REPORT?ES' CRUMBS. -Masquerading ia sti
A lady lost a floe topaz pin o few days ago and oC
vertised it in TnE NEWS. She soon recovered it
A small colore 1 child, throe years old, wandere
from State-street, near Broad, yesterday, and bas nc
boen heard ol' siuce.
Tho T moletoa's will be here in February.
The bnzz irds congregate at thc curter of S. rin
and President streets.
Thieves still continue to ca-: y off tho rails fro:
the new fences aroucl tbe burnt district.
The jury investigating the Jones murder ia eon
posed entirely cf colored men.
Several pistol shots were fired in thc western pat
of tho city night before last, which caus. da runic
that some ono bad be.n injured All grouncless.
There was a row in St Michael's alley on Monda
night, when several heads were heavhy tapped.
Raffle festivals arc in vogue with tho colored ole
Tho now Lutheran Sunday School house will Iron
The Washington Light Infantry Charitable As KC
ciation are endeavoring to make arrangements t
celebrate the 22d of February by appropriate ca
There wore som? good impromptu remarks and el
collent singing at tho Burns' Charitable Assoclatio:
la&tn'ght. When tho piper brought out his bigs, tb
feelings ot' thc assemblage conld not bc restrained.
When you are in a crowded audionce, follow th
jc>nes presented with tho oyes and not tho body
so that those in Uio te ir will not bo annoyed.
Fine chances for investments in roil estate wi)
bo efl 'eic l at auction to-day.
The Tru-tces of tho Charleston College root yes
terday and took into consideration Professo
HOTEL ABBJV.U.S-January 25. -Paxv.ioi
Uiltl -Captain ll B Crowoll, E Sparhuwk, Steam
ship Magnolia; JW Hamlet, ?I .ant Holly; ? Mc
Loy, Cit-; H.M Levy, Augusta; A Marti.), Morion
J J Kiri i. Walierboro'; W J Malford, Ball more; J 1
Petsch, Geotgo's Sta'ion; Cyrus Washburn, Adam'?
Run; James H Dcwug. Williamsburg; C J Carn,
John D Parker, Cooper River; G H Kirk'aud, Al an
dale; W J Thouron, Steamer Dictator; Luke Dolor
CttrtrUtton flbid-F N Bonneau, City; L Baker,
Alabama; E Strobel, JW Baldwin. New York; ft'
B Pettit aud lady, Clovelan 1. Ohio; M lorie, Italy;
E T Rogers, Ma Iboro'; J F Heustss ;.uil wife, Ro<
t n; Charles ll Smith, Philadelphia; G-o E lens lie,
Darlington; G E James, Mars Bluff; K Y Hem gan,
Marlboro, South Carolina.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DxlLv NEWS.
There his boen a good deal ot talk kiely about
building a thea:ro in Ch?rie-ton. and I think the
proposition was warmly supported by your cm
temporary. the Courier, in a leadin r article.
I went io seo Mr. Gilbert's troupe perform in tho
Hibernian Hall, and was very much pie iso 1 m every
way-the sctlug and scenery wero good-but, to my
astonishment, hardly any ono was there.
Now. I know nothing of Mr. Gilbert, nor decs it
make ono straw of difference to mi if ho does not
succeed ; but what I wish to impress upon the people
of Charleston is that, unless they patronize amuse?
ments whea they aro provided for them, they oauuot
expect them to be continued.
Let not the inhabitants of Charleston tali any
more about wanting amusements when thuv do uot
encourage th so who br ug 'hem hore. Theitro I In?
deed ; why the idea is perf. ctli ridiculous.
Ibo city is onjoying in many respecls a good
ti ode, ai.d what, wi.h tho very ho. vy profils mado
by p autcr-i, sbo cannot comuluia of waut of capi?
tal in her oifz .-ns to spend on such entert limucnts.
I.i conclusion, I would si m.dy remark that, as ac
tlons s.icak louder Ciao, words, by the ra mnagebe
Btowe I la this ci y on iheatrioii o romanices Cit,
managers ol ruca Undertakings arc com ?ell d ia ba
hove that Cha'h-8toniins do no not caro for them,
whatever they may 6ay to the conirary.
Yours, ?tc . WLLL-WI-HB .
[Tho best re,ily to tho above communication is tho
very largo audience which crowded tee theatre last
nicht. The people of Charleston will turn out to
sre a gool play well acted, un J if thero have not
b ou goo t houses at tho theatre this wiutor, it ha*
b en th - fault of tho manager's, anl noi of the peo?
ple of Charleston.-KDITOBS.]
CHOICE GBEEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast comer Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES.-Mr. F. F. Chapeau,
Meeting strret, next to the Mills House, is offering
this substantial saddle at a moderate ? truro ; also,
team harness for two. four and six horse sots.
TATLOBO?G GOODS.-Tho establishment, No.
52 Broad-street, will be 6old ou1, by R. M. Marshall
k Brother to-day. The stock embraces cloths, cas
merea, melton*, vestings, &c.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in every style. Mince pie?, rn-sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at aU hours, ice cream every
I VT EB KAL REVENUE STAMPS
Of all Denominations.
kept on hand and for salo by
HCGEIt k RAVENED,
Brokers and Insurance Agents,
No. 60 East Bay, corner Exchange-street.
December ll ftn2mos
SST! he Funeral Services of the late
Miss SARAH FOGARI1E w?l bo held at St. Luke's
Church THIS MORNING, 2 ;th instant, at 10 o'clock.
Tho friend'ni thc lamily and the members of St.
Luke's Congregation are ro'pectfully invited to at
tcu I. . January 2G
Jt?-CoNSIGiNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New York, are hereby notified
that she is discharging cargo at Arigcr's Wharf THIS
DAT. Goods remaining on the wharf afc f unset will
be stored at expanse and risk of owner*.
JAMES A DOER k CO.,
January 2C 1 Aceuts.
?33- ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
having demands agaiusl the Es'a'o o' the late Cap?
tain JOHN PALMER, of t. stephens' Par sh, ero rc
qicsted to r resent them properly attested, and lh03e
indebted to s-aid Eftate to mike payment to mc.
S. W. PALMER,
Administrator Estate John Palmer,
Junuarv 2G tutbsf? St, Stephen's Depot. S. C.
?SS-"IF MEN OR WOMEN' COULD BUT
find the fabled fountain which is said to restore
health, and strength and beauty, wiih what eager?
ness they woud rush to drina ita waters." It is
round lu tho S. T.-18J0-X. The sile of the PLAN?
TATION BITTERS is without a prccedout in tue
history of the world. Thoy are at ouco the most
speedy, ftrong'honing health-restorer ever dlscov
oted. It requires but a single trial to understand
MAGNOLIA WATXR-Superior tj thc bert imported
Germa'- Cologue, and sold athali" thc price.
January 2C luths3
XS- ESTATE NOTICE.-CREDITORS OF
the Estate ol Mrs. LUCY LADSON HOLMES, lately
decoascd, are hereby requested to present their de?
mands at the British Consulate ia Broad-si ree;, and
those indebted to the Estate to make payment at thc
same office. WM. 0. o'DIUSCO i L,
January 12 tu3 Qualified Exocutor.
f&T RECEIVER'S NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having been appointed hcceiver of the
late firm rf DAWSON k BLAC KMAN, hereby gives
notice that all claims against sud Gem must bc pre?
sente 1 to him, and all persons indebted mu-t make
payment to JXO. T. HUMPHREY-*,
January 1U No. 27 Broad-street,
?3-BOTTOMRY WANTED IN THE SUM
of (SGOOC) Six 'J housand Do'larp, pole, more or less,
on tho Spanish brig FR ,NOI>CO DE ALTONA, her
Mast.", Sails, Anchors, Apparel and Furniture.
Scaled p' oposals. slating terms, will he received
at tuc N?.a->isb Vice-Cr.n<ul ito. No. 140 Hay-street,
Savannah, Ga., until THURSDAY, 23th January, at 12
o'olcck M.. when the same wi'l lo opened in the pro
srnceof those interested.
For further par.icu'.ars, apply to
CARL EPPING & CO., Consigne e.
January 22 G
WSOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM?
PANY. AND SOU1 WES lEitN RAILhOAD BANK.
Ibo attention of ihe Stuckboldo sol the above In?
stitutions i3 resprctfully cabed to thc following reso?
lution, adopted al tho annual mocttng, February,
"Htsolntd, Tl'at horeaf.er new proxies shall bc rc
qu'red at eaib annual moe ting."
And notice is hereby given that proxies will not be
available at the noxt meeting tninth and tenth proxi?
mo) unless oich signature Is stamped with a ten
certs Internal Revenue Stamp.
JOHN Y. STO'^K. ) Committee
L. 0, HENDRICKS J to verify
A. W. BUi?NE CT, ) P r o x i CH .
Jaunt;ry 21 thstuO
?y COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHAKLEITON, JANUARY 18. ?SG'J.-The following
named lierions aro recognized au ASSISTANT AS
SE>S01tS. appointed nndor thc act providing for tho
Assessment ai d TixiUoa of Property, for the Coun?
ty of Char eaton, to wi! :
Fifth Dnstrict. King east of ihe Suntcc Canal and
Coopor River (Instead of e mt of the Northeastern
Railroid and th- Cooper River, as pn.viou.-ly pub?
lished). S. D U?SSEIiL, nud-.
t-lxth Ilislnc', lying ?est of the tia.'.too Canal and
Cooper River. E. S. MIKELL.
Seven h District, comprising alf of tho Parishes of
St Andrew'tiand St John's Colinton, 1 HOS. A. MAY?
NARD. A. J. RANSTER, A. C. C.
January 20 _
?3-13UY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
KKILTE4- OHAPMAN, corner Rina ii-d IladdifTe
?strecto. und ge! a bett ir article f >r the tamo money
than ut anv ol er estubli.shmcut iu tho city.
November 14 Hmos
OS- WHAT ARE YOU TAKLN G ?- PROBA?
BLY ?wu-thiids?'l' tho a luit po? uhtiou of t e Unit d
.-taies indu! c, ra >ro <>r ks**, inbarroomstimu?
lant . Hot al oho ic Leverage, aro habitually imbil*
cd b. th.iusai ii vi . cop o m thc winter months to
..ktcjiou thcc'lJ." ibo alcoholic material cf all
th- dnukn >H ui ?re or loss poisonous, ai d is ren?
dered all tho ui"rc Uo otcrious in oonsequeaca of be?
ing taken warm.
A oid 'huso ilaugcrous excitant*. Shun, as you
would sha tl Hie dc idlest dru,-;, all tavern stimu?
lants. They par.ilyzj thc d-gostion. congest tho
li> er, di*luib Hu natural ardon of tho binneys, Irri?
tai' tho bowes, shatter thone.v.s, aud impair tho
Ihe operation of HOSIE I TEE'S. STOMACH CIT
1ERS is di iQict.i ally opposite to this. Th?y spur
to organ into unnatural activity; but they tono and
regulate all. - If ibe niuostion is t'oeble, thoy awaken
tho do mint enorgtas of tuo stomaoh, and promoie
the .. ork ol as.-lmiladon. It tho liver i- hi ti. gish
and torp'd, they regenerate lt. If tho k dncys fail
to perform ihe r functions properly, they sro regu?
lated wi bout bring InitiloL I." trie bowels iro cou
siipatci, the p;ri3ta'.lic action is modoraloly in?
creased and the discharges hecomo naluril and reg.
u ar. If the nerves arc tro oulous. they aro Sirongth
cucd. If ho m^n i ls clouded, ehe BIT 1EBS tend to
dispersa tho itloom.
These u o ttic effects of the great VEGETAR ut TONIC
AND CORRECTIVE which for twentv years bas boen a
staple m diel o in th s O?UUTV, and the dcm ind for
which ste mily increases iu all parti of thc Wc.-tern
It is not oflorcd aa a boverato, but S3 amo' iciuo;
nor will it evar bo used t'l s iiisly a craving fo? al?
co i olio stimulants, boaanso its effj?; bi ti check, uot
to creal o, a falso appetite for exo'tont'. Jlioehaui
ploHS of tcmpc-tince will d) w -1! to m 'rt this pecu?
liarity, aud to r. commend it as Un onlv 'alo ; reoa
rai loo containing alcohol, that cm bo uso- i for niedi
cioial purp re*_6_wo Jana irv 23
jfSTESSAYS FOI! YOUNG MEN_ON TBE
Errors and abuses inoldout to Youth and Early Man?
hood wUh tho bunine view of troatrnwit and eure,
sont by mail free ol oliargo. AddresB HOWARD
A:* OCIA ITON, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 20 3mos
WHAT BUICK POM Kit O V DID WHITE
AND WHAT HIS DID NOT WRITE.
Eight o'clock, and ho is not here yet I How
dreary thia little room does seem, and I am so lone?
some 1 'ion o'clock. How I wish he would come.
It ls so lonely here with the children asleep I Once
he loved to stay with mr, but now, alas ! Twelve
o'clock, and I am so tired, I cannot sleep t My
heart aches and grows sadat I om growing old, per?
haps. May bo my face is not os fair as once, but my
heart is as wann, though it is often sad.
ARE IOU DYSPEPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, low spirited, weak, or are you
sick and don't know what ails yon; then try Planta?
tion Bitters and our word for it, it will cure you.
What charms can he find in that foul-sceateJ
';oni, by that dusty tobie, cutting and dealing thoso
dusty cards, filling himself with poison, tainting his
breath, ruining his mind, UDdcrminiog his constitu
lion, planting s?cds of disea-e. squinderinc his
mcney, clouded with smoko, llrod with excitement.
Is th's happiness ? is this life ? Is this our mission?
Oh ! I ara so tired, do coxe home.
This delicious cordial and fine tonic is now hailed
by thousands as the groat health giver and re?
storer. Resolve to buy a bottle, and don't shop on
it. Be wise in time. 6o'd by all druggists.
' DO you or? DOWN TOWN TO-NIOHT, STY PET ?"
'.No darling, I have labored enough to-day. Why
rbould I flee from home, irom happiness, from thee?
Lifo is full short to love- too shot t to squander. I
love the phot igraph of my i cart too well. No dar?
ling, my heart is herc; hero Ut mo keop it company."
PLANTATION O ITT EUS
Are always pure, reliable. They arc strengthening
and invigorating, and are Exhausted Nacre's great
restorer. As on agreeable and p casant toi:lc and
appetizer, they cannot be excel'ed.
THEY WHO ARE RICH,
Arc they who mind their own business. Find u hap?
py man or woman, and th; affairs of another trouble
them but a little. It is none of your business if tho
minister kisses ono of tho sisters, or one of the sis?
ters thus s ilutes thc minister. It cannot effect you
when a man you know calls on a giri you don't know,
or one you do. What if then is kissing behind tho
door, in tunnels, and when tho night ls dark at tho
vestibule of tho'burch, or even ?vertue gate. Woull
you not do thc same thing if thc chance was offered ?
A WTNX OLASS FULL
OfPlaatatioa Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each moil, will make tho Game of life again burn
brightly, and illuminate a once wrotcbod existonco.
ForladIc8 lt is aa elegant and gent?o stimulant, just
such as (hey require.
,;I WENT TO THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS."
I wanted to hand several "bricks" down to pos?
terity, and was fold by father ih.it with a New Eng?
land girl lor a wife, I conM raise more children, grow
more onions, suiu mire eels, sing more psalms,
kn :w mo: col what was going on in tho neighbor?
hood, hear more scandal, sleep less nights, have
moro relatives, eat moro beaus, love myself and halo
Ol ben more, and get moro out of a dollar, than any
other sort of woman in this happy country so-called.
7s made from puio ct. Croix Bum and Calisaya
Daik (known tho world over lor its cmat.ve proper?
ties), and will fortily tho syst m against disease,
caused hy chango ot water and di. t. If yon aro in?
clined to dyspepsia, fry it. If you have thc chills
and fever, or any kiut'rcd disease, by all rc.eaus take
Plantation Bitters. ?bey aro sold by all druggists
AND HE naD A FEMALE CHILD,
Whoso nome was Hc\a Brightwater. and who was
twenty-nine years old; who wore red stockings, red
garters, metal lipped shoes, groen spectacles, and
the prettiest rod hair thc world ever se, eyes on or
Into. Hexa, a true New England gal, chewed wads of
pine gum. and sweetened ber broth with onions.
Hexa wasn't so much handsomer than a doll as to
make thc ?ol? faint, but she was inlolRfent ; In fact, in?
telligence was her best hold but one; sho was great
on making laby garments, and had her trunks full,
poekc.i away, that ?bo might bo ready an willing
when thc evil hour drew nigh as she trusted lt would
from year to year.
IF THE LADIES nur KNEW '
Wuat thousands ot' them arc constantly relating
tous, we candidly believe ono half of iht> weakness,
prostration nr.d distress OXMCrii need h.- them would
JAMES MARSH, E?Q.,
No. 183 West Fir.?t-itreet, New York, saya he
has three children. Tho first two ure weak a^il
puny, his wile having boen unable to nurse or
alteud .\u; but she hr.s taken Plantation Bit?
ters for thc hist ten years, and his a child n nv 18
mouths old, which she had nursed (iud re ned ber
seit, and both aro henty uni well. Plantation Rit?
ters Ls invaluable to mothers.
VALTER, MY BOY,
Hero comes a man who was once lieu. Ile bad
?rio 'ds, and money, and a loving firaily, and posi?
tion, and ii ilucnc ., and self-respect, and integrity,
and a futuro ol uselulnoss before him. Btu, my
boy, he don't look like lt cow. He WUK elected lo an
important oflioe. Ho forgot the lessens Ina good
mother taucht him, and was asked by designing
politl ians to sell his vote to a party of swindlers; he
coi'ld no. for the life cf him give articulation to thut
little word, and so h J loll.
' HOW OFTEN DO WE HEAR THE COMPLAINT,
From mother anJ f.-1 her, that tho soc or daughter is
not well; that they have no appetite; that they feel
languid; that thc head aches ail the time; that they
arc u'rewiu. thin and feeble, and Oat they have no
lifo nor energy left. And the questions arc often
asked. What shall I do for them ? What thill I give
tbem? Our answer is, let them try Plantation Bit?
ters a.oderalely, ihre? times a day, aad our word
for it they will recover.
AND liEur. VALTEE, tr. a YOUNO MAS,
Just likoyou anti us, my boy. Ho ha* wit, sense,
education. Intelligence, friends, ambition, and i-=
love .1. He has a Knowledge of Ihe world, acquired
by mixing with Its people Ho b::s atuh<t'on and
thc samo ho d in which to win honor, f inc and dis
tin< lioa, as had Franklin, I uito., Mane, and a host
of others. He is naturally snort, but, Vaiter, n y
b y, ns ho meets us do you soe (he oxeen olmo s
turc ia his eye. thc little puffy ridge under it. the
gradual turning of thc benni'ral corners ol' the
mouth, his mother so loved to kiss. These, my boy,
?tell a sad talo or early shipwreck, of disease, of pre
mamre death, of neglected and squandered gifts.
Butter, Breakfast Bacon, ??c.
BY T. H. CATER.
THIS DAY wiU be sold on Brown's wharf, at three
quarters pa t S o'clock,
80 TUBS BUT ! EE, iroin cooking to choice table
GOO pieces Breakfast Baoon
f-0 cases o'd Cognac Brandy-, G In and Rum
20 crates Crockery, some in order and lot open.
Conditions cash. January 26
Cheese, Butter, tiellies, ?rc.
BY G. tV. STEFFENS & CO.
THIS DAY, in front of their store. No. 33 Vendue
Range, at half-past 9 o'clock,
25 boxes CHEESE
SO tubs choice Qosben Butter
10 half bbls. Butter, in rolls
KOO choice Bellies
lnOO choice Si C. Hams *
2000 choice Codfish. In 60 and 25 lb boxes
5 tes. Hog Heads
25 bbls. Corn Meal
50 bushels White Benns
Coffee, Sueur, Hake, Herrings, kc.
Butler.' Butler !
BY LAUBEY & ALEXANDER.
1HIS DAY. the 26th inst., will br sold in our store,
No. 137 Eist Bay. at 10 o'cl ck,
80 tubs good BDiTER, just received por steamer
Conditions cash. Jannarv 26
Estate Sale* of Twenty Demijohns of Imported
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wine.
Ko. 136 Meeting-street,
Will sell THIS DAY, Tuesday, 26th instant, at 10
Also, ONE COTTAGE SET, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
Baskets, Tobacco, Gold Walch, kc, kc.
Plantation for Sale.
BY B0W?US ft SlIXOX,
Will be fold on TUEST A Y nest, in front ot tho Old
PostouVo, ; road-street, at ll o'clock.
The WIDOW UltlMES' I RA CT Of i>AND, on tho
Edisto Hiver, three miles irom Barker's terry, on
thc Ferry Hoad, adjoining lands of Mri. Boil to the
north, on thc south by lands of L?. Biker, on tho
east by linds of estate of Shaw, containing ?09 acres,
moro or hs?, LO acres of which is under fencing, 100
acres is good Rice laud; with two settlements on the
pla'C, about ono mile apart; the c>ared land wai
piar ted last year; the balaceo ot land is well wooded
willi Pine, Oak, kc lhere is, in all probability,
marl on tho place.
Conditions-One-half cash ; thc balance in one
year from day of sale, with bord and mortgage of
I bc place, i u reliase r to pay B. k S for papers and
stamps. tus2 January 2G
Valuable Plantations at Auction-DcSaus
sure, Administrator, vs. Campten, Assignee,
W. B. RYAN, Auctioneer.
By virtue cl au order of sile, to me directed by tho
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge ot the United -latea
Court, I will off r lor eolc, at public auction, on
lUEcDAY. tho 2d day ol'Feb uary, at ll o'clock
A. M., at tho Old Posto bee, foot of Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C..
1. AU that PLANTATION, cabed "Sporlman's Re?
treat," fcituato in tho Parish ol St. John's Berkeley,
Charleston County, lyla" on both sidos of tho Public
Read L ailing from strawberry Ferry 11 Bingen
Church, ind measuring ami containing 1130 acres,
more or less, as per plat cf Henry Rivouoi, Eeq,
Surve) or, dmod April. 1820. annexed to the deed of
conveyance from J mes W. G.ay, Esq., Master lu
Equity, to General James Gadsden.
2. All that PLA Ni AITON, called "Umbr?a," si u
ate on the western bn.nch of Cooper hiver, In tho
Parish ol'St. John's Beikel y. i ha rles ton County,
cootalning J061 acres, moro or 1 ss, inclusive of.
about flfty.flvo ccro.s first-class, and fur y-six aeres'
socond-clas* rl:u lands; butting and bounding to
the nor'li on lands now ur late of the estate < f Solo
nou Clark, deceased, south on lat ds ol Henry W.
Holmes, and west ou the western branch ot' Coop r
3. -All ihat PLANTATION called 'Willow Grove,'
situate on thc cast sido of the w.-stcrn bi andi of |
Cooper hiver. In the Parish of St. John's Berkeley,
charleston County, containing GS!> G?-100 acre.*, mo. e
or less, accord inn to plat ef ll. Q.Piurkuoy, surveyor;
batting .ind bounding north on lands ofestitoof
General James Gadsden, east on lands now or lato of
Henry M. Holmes, south on lands now or late of the
estate of Francis Cordes, und to the west on Ccoper
Torms-One-third cash; balanco In ono and two
yoir.s. with interest from day of sale, secured by
nond of thc purchaser a dnrirtgago of tho premises.
Purchaser to pay for pipers and Mtamps.
JOHN CA VIPSES,
unary 26 turotu3 A- si. nee.
TJ.MDER DISC R KB IN jKQAUTY.
Gray, Mauler in Equity, vs. Buger, et al.
On Wt'D.SESD'Y 3d February at ll o'clock, will
bo -old at thc Old Customhouse,
All tbat valual lc PLAN I AXION, xiluate lu Rfc, Pe?
ter's Parish, Beaufort District, sou U carolina,
bounding on R'ce Hope, Fife and clydesdale orNov
lllo Plantation, kn wu as Murray Hill, nd contalu
ing six him ii rod acres, moro or less, as will more
tully appear by reference to a plat ol the tamo by J.
N. BarriU. n.
Terms-One-fourth ensb; balance In one, two and
throe yearn, wit? l-.l-rost from day of sale, ptiyable
annually. 'The ere.ht portion to be racured by bond
of thu purchaser .iud iu ri guee ot tho plantation
sold. Parcha "er to pay for papers and stampB.
KW. M. MACKEY.
Sheriff Charleston County.
Jauuary 23 stutbS wi
Jacob Barrett rs. tinonee of J-.stph Purcell,
et al-Under Decree, United States Circuit
ISRAEL OTTOLENG Ul,
The undersigned will sell, on 1UESD\Y, 2d doy of
February next, at ll o'cloclr A. ol., at tho Old Post
office, under decree ot Bon. George S. Bryan,
United states Judge for District of South Carolina,
All tbat LOT OF LAND, with tho Brick Buildings
thereon (Including on the fr, nt those occupied by E.
Lu ff! te k co. and H. H. Del.con), situated on the
nor.h eldo of Brad street, City of Coorie*.on. ?ell
known as tho Law Bungo, measuring anl contain?
ing and i utting ann bo ? udirg to thc ? ou th on Broad
strcet forty-nine (49) feet eleven and a half (ll.1;)
inche?, on thu ca>t lino, lrom south to north two
hundred and four (201i feet eight (8) inches, untie
west 1 ce. ir ni south to nerti), on' hu .dre 1 and
forty-four (Mil (bat nina (!)) inches, thc: to ibo wrst
?eventeou (17) l'eut, and thence northwardly to tho
brick wall tifty-fl co (55) h ot seven (7) incite-, and to
the north alxiy-Ove (65) lee!, b* thc a.id dimensions
a littlemore or less
Teims-One-third (^)ctsh; balanco ou ocredlt of
one (!) aod two (2) years, with Interest iromdayef
tale, pasable annually, see,trod by bond of the pur?
chaser and martigo of the premisos. P. emi*o> <o
be insured unit olicy Assigned. Purchaser tu pay
for elauip.s aud pipers.
EDWARD W. MARSHALL.
WILLIAM K. MIK LL.
January 7 thtu7 f;b 1 2
Sljitts aa!) /cmi9|)ing ?unto.
RSC El /ED
A NEW SUPPLY it F
SHIRTS AND COLL ABS
Which arc offiro 1 for salo at
TH K LOW ft ST CASH PKICJESI
OPPJMIE THE MARKET HALL.
.Tj.nu.iry 0 Grans
li . C il ll D U A ? ?il CO.,
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR M \ N U FAC TU RE RS
Ao. 2 PRITCHARD-STR ^ET.
(OPPOSITE TAYLOR'S MACHINE SHOPI.
SASHES. GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, ALWAYS
on hand. Odd Sizas mailii at tho slimiest noli-e,
and at thc ?owe-1 lores.
L. E. CORDRAY.C. TROUOHE.
January 5 tuthsimo
Furniture Sale of a Family Leaving the City.
BY JOB DAWSON,
I will eell TB!* DAY, 26th instant, at ll o'clock,
at corner East Bar and Lodge Alley (.over Marion
Coffee House), entrance on the alley,
A well kept lot of HOUSEHOLD ? UBNIIUBE,
CONBESTTHG IN PAST OP:
HAIR FOFA, Hoir Chairs. Mahogany Tables, Bu?
reau, Book Case, Wardrobe, Looking Glass, (2U by
63), kc , ic.
1 fine PIANO, 1 Melodeon, 1 extra fine Guitar, 1
Double'BarrelloJ ?hot Gun, 1 Saddle, with German
Sdver Stirrups; 1 pair Gea-man Silver Spurs, 1
Wagon Harness. With many othor art clea.
Terras cash, and articles te be remcvedday of sale.
Brick House in St. MUhael's Alley.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
THIS DAY, the 26th Instant, at ll A. M., will be
sold to the huhes: bidder, at the Old Postofflce,
The LOT OF LAND, with tbeBRIOB DWELLING
HOUSE, containing six (6) upright and two garret
rooms, on the north sido ol St. Michael's Alloy, near
Church-street. Lot measures, on the north line,
more or less, thirty-two feet; on the routh fi ont
line thirty-eight feet; on the west thirty-nine feet,
and on tho east by a line running ti om north to
south nineteen feet, thence east four feet, thence
south twenty-seven feet.
Conditions-Une-fitth cash; balance by bond bear
inc' seven per cent annually, interest payable in
four equal successive annual instalments from day
of sale, secured by a mortgage ot the pieper ty; the
building tobe kept insured and the policy assigned
Purchaser te pay for papers and stamps.
Balance of Stock of Tailoring Goods and one
large French Plate Mirror, at Auction.
BY E. M. MARSHALL & BEO.
Will be sold THIS DAY. at tho Tailoring Estab?
lishment. No. 62 Bioud-street, commencing at half
past 10 o'clock,
.ihe above stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES Mel?
tons, Vestings, Ac.
Terms cash. January 26
A Small Farm Adjoining Miles' Place, The
Oaks Tract, about Sixteen miles from
Charleston, on Goose Creek, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, tho 26th Instant, at ll o'clock, it the
THE ABOVE, containing 32 acres, about 22 "clear?
ed, balanco well wooded, good landings oa the
creek, one mile and a quarter irom Porcher's Sta?
tion. S. C. Railroad. A store on the State Road and
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay G. McB.S. for pa?
pers. tuihmUU January 26
A Lot on the South side of Clifford's Alley,
near Archdale-street. Dimensions Twenty
two Feet Front by Forty-five Feet deep,
more or less, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, tho 26th instant, at 1U o'clock, at the
Old Pi ste. dice.
Torres-Half cash, balance in one year, secured
as usual-a libe al di-coun: for all cash.
Purchaser to pay G. Mc?. S. for papers.
January 26 thmtu3*
?Tito Small Dwellings-No. 178 St Philip,
street, corner McMahon's Court, near Bo
gard street, four square rooms, Kitchin.
Well of Water; No. 6 McMahon's Court,
in rear of the above, four square rooms,
double piazza, at Auction.
B? G. MCBRIDE SMTH.
THIS DAY, the 2Cth Instant, at ll o'clock, at tho
Old Post office.
Ti rms-Hali cash; the bal .ncc in ono year, secur?
ed OB usual. Purchaser to pay G. McB. S. for papers
and slum a. tuthmtul January 26
Farm on the Northeastern Railroad, about 23
mile?from the city, at Auction.^
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock, at the
Tho above, containing 100 tierce, of which about 45
are cleared; good L welling and Kitchen; perfectly
healthy all the year; halfmile fi om the summer set?
tlement of Groomsville; young orchard and good
water on the place.
Terms- alf cash; tho bilanoo in one yeir. Pur?
chaser to pay G. MeB. S. for p rpcrs.
Can be treated for at private sale up to hour of
unction. tn thmtu* January 26
Positive Sale-One McCarthy Gin and Horse
Power at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
TO-MOUIiOW. at 10 o'clock, at his ialesroom. Ko.
Horse*, Mules, Carts, Wagons; also Furniture,
, consisting of Fine Mahogany Chamber Set,
Marble-top Bureaus and Washstands, Fine
Mahogany Wardrobes, Mohair Chain,
Rockers, Carpets. Mirrors, Bedsteads, Bed?
ding, Tables, Countinghoute Desks, Office
and Cooking Stoves, Secretaries, Sofas,
Pianos, $c.,at Avction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TO-MORKOW, tho 27th instant, at 10 o'clock,
at his saleroom.
WATCHES, Jewolry, a Velocipede, Orates, Hinces
and other Sundries., Januiry 26
_ S3 ?00?l? m(
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway iVew York.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF'SOUTHERN MEB
CU ANTS to their splendid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, &c, &e.
All imported direct from the Manufacturers,
and offered to thc trado at tho LOWEST
PRICES and moat FAVORABLE TERMS.
FURCHGOTT & BEOS.
WRO'EXALE AND RETAIL.
DU Y GOODS STORE!
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUB
ruston.era in general, ibat wo have just re?
ceived (iu udilif'on to our usuil stock of DOM K> TIC
ond FAN<:Y GOvA Si, a new su pp.y suitable for the
CLOAKS, DRY G OO us, POPLINS, fcc, at reduced
H. avy Balmoral Skii ts at SI 12
Very choice ar ide Black silk $1 80, Worth %i 00
Ladies' super .Meiino Vests only $1
A lot ot fino Piano Covers which will be sold les;
160 dozen UOOP SK1R I'S, 60 to Wo.
A lot ol PHolograph Albums. 75 eeuts
Ottonh iiner'b celeuratcd French CORSET, fl OC
A iud and eoniplete assortment of Gorman and Eng?
lish HOsl ..RY, frum 12% up
A fine a sortmeut ot' Lautos' and children's Silk. Ber
lin clo h and Lisle GLOVfcid, olegaut desians.
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS. QUILTS
TABLE DA U ASKS, &c.,
At tho lowest tijruros.
We would also notify our patrons Ulai w?- have ar?
ranged a separate d?partaient tu our Moro exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS. &c.
Jt$~ ENTBANOE ON OALHODN-SiBJiEI.
FUKCIIUOTT <X UKOS.,
No. 407 KLNG-sIHEET.
Dry Goods, Felt and Alpnie Bate, Caps, ??e.
Bi JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
TH TS DAT, 26th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell,
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Mue Ung-stree t,
FANCY PRINTED SAILNET8, Alpine Jeana,
KentuckyJeans, Ginghams, Bed Ticking, Sheeting,
Stripes, Paper Cambrics, Bleached and Brown Shirt?
ing, I. R. Coats and Caps, Satinet Pants, Cassunere
Suits, Beluap Shirts. Black Felt Hats, Alpine Hats,
Mona's cloth Caps, Head Handkerchiefs, Spool Cot?
ton, Hosiery, Pins, tc.
A lot of LADIES' HUMMED HATS.
Conditions cash. January 26
Handsome Plated Ware, Tea Sets, lu Pitchers,
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
JO-MORROW, Wednesday, 27;h inst., at quarter
past 10 o'clock, we wRl soil, at our auction sales?
room, No. 135 Meeting-street,
3 handsome SILVER PLATED TEA SETS, con?
sisting of fire pieces each
S handsome Silver Plated Ice Pitchers
36 sets Castors, 30 Plated Butter Dishes, 36 Butter
5 gross Tipped Tea Spoons, 4 dozen Pickle Forks,
4 dozen Sugar Shells
2 dozen Cream Ladles, 10 dozen Tipped Table
Spoons, 2 dozen Tea Knives ,
6 dnzea Tea Spoons, 6 dozen Dessert Spoons,
Condi dons c&sh on delivery. January 26
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
TBI9 DAY, 26th January, at the Old Custom
hou-e. in Charleston.
For particulars of Dimensions and Tonnage, apply
as above. January 26'
Sloop Zulieka at Auction. '
W. Y. LEITCH& R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
Will be sold at public auction, raid DAY, the 26th
instant, at the Old Postomce, at Tl o'clock; '
The Sloop ZULIEKA, with ber apara, 3'gging, An?
chors. Chains and Boat, as she now Bes at south
Commercial Wharf. This vessel ls enrolled as 23
95-100 tons, and carries 1800bushels Bios, or capacity
for 25 c ords of Wood, and is in good order.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers and
stamps. fmtuS January 26
By order of the Executor-Two and a half
story Wooden Dwelling, corner of Picket?*
alley and St. Philip street, one door north
of J. H. C. Seebeck's Grain Store.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS.
WU! be sold 1 Hld D \ Y, the 2 Jib instant, at the ?id
Postomce, at ll o'clock,
That two and a half story WOODEN DWELLING,
corner of Pickett's alley and At. Philip-street ; dweU
iog contains four square and two attic rooms, kilab?
en, ?c. Lot measures 30 feet front by 100 in depth,
be the same more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance) in one, two and
three years, with interest, secured by bond and
mortgage of tte property; property to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers
end stamps. January 26
Desirable Residences in the Wettern Portion of
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
WU1 bc eold THIS DAY, tho 26th inst, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Post?nico,
That desirable two and a half story WOODEN
RESIDENCE, slate roof, eituateJ at the corner of
Wentworth and Gndsden streets (known as No. 10
Gadsden street.) Dwelling contains 4 square and
3 a'fr: rooms, with double1 piazzas, dressing room
and pantry ; good kitchen and stable. Lot m o asures .
77 feet front on Gadaden-strcet, by 160 ia depth on
Wentworth, bo the same more or less.
That desirable two story WOODEN I WELLING,
with double piazzas, known as No. 4 Gadsden-street,
one door north of Beaurain-elreet. Dwelling contains
four Bquaro rooms, two dressing rooms and pantry,
good kitchen and carriage house. Lot measures 55
leet front, by 211 ta deptb, be the same more or less.
That pleasantly situated two and a half story
DWI-Lb INO, with double piazz ie, known as No. 6
Gadsdon-street, one door north of No. 4. Dwelling
contains 4 square and2 attic rooms, dressing room,
pantry and kitchen. Lot measures 31 feet front, by
160 in depth, be the same more or less.
Terms- One-halt sash; balance in ons year, with
interest, se uredby bond and mortgage af tha prop?
erty. Property to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
A Small House in Queen-street, near Rutledge.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 3) Broad
Will bo sold, on THURSDAY, January 28, at the Old
Po s I office, ut ll ? Y lock.
That desirable ??HALL Bou-K, o mtainlmc four
rooms, situated on Queen street, one door from Rut?
ledge; Lot measuring 40 feet by 107, mo'O or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year; pur?
chase! to keep tho premires insured, and pay m for
papers and stumps. January 26
Valuable Real Estate at Auction, at Expense
and Risk of former Purchaser.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. & BRUNS,
Will be sold, on '10-MORROW, the 27th inst, at ll
o'clock, A. M., at the Old Poe tome-, root of Broad
street, at the expense and risk of the former pur?
chaser, he baying failed to comply with the terms
AU that LOT OF L \ ND, with the bandings there?
on, situate on the east aide ot Meetiag-sta-pet, oppo?
site Durna' Lane, known as No. 186, measuring ia
frent on Meeting-street, say fifty (50) ieet, and ia
dep.h ray one hundred and seventy-seven (177) lest,
more or less; butting aa-' bounding north on lands
of Otis Mills and estate of Jamas (Hbflon; easton
lands of - Elliott; weston Meeiing-street, and south
onlandsof Jos. N. Margart. Upon thia Lot isa Three
story wood Building on a brick foundation, con tabling
niue rooms, fronting on Meeting st,, a d one other
Brick Building in the yard, containing eight rooms.
lhere is afine well of w uer, and also a cistern ha
the vard, and the iront floor of the building is ad?
mirably adapted for a store. The wuole forming
one of the most desirable bjsine s location i in the
Terms-One third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual instalments, recured by bond or
bonds ot purchaser, bearing lute.est lrom day Of
Bale at the rate of seven per cont, peraanum, and a
mortgage of tho premises; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to p y for papera
and stamps. I-001* MoL.UN,
January 21 5 Assignee ot Jam s Brown.
^uctmnccrs' JprtDute Mts..
Valuable Rice Plantation for Sale.
BY H. H. BeLEON.
A t Priva.'c !-ale
Alltbit VALUABLE RICE PLANTATION, known
as ?Bot nv Bay." situated on Pon Pun River, St.
i artboloinew'e Parish, containing one huud ed and
tl ty (150), acres moro or les-; oounJod ou south
aud west bv lauds ol the lue J *. Aaue. Ol the north
by .aud-of cd wird baruwer, aa i on .ha cast by
Af-h le, Creok. For term', &c ap ny a- anove, at
January 23 statu? No 24 Btt? ?D-31 BEET.
?<Y wa. MCKAV.
Al Pr?vale Halc
COR>Ti.lt CHURCH AND BROAD - STREET.
Also. No. 7 IHOMAS-NTUEET. For patti ulars,
"p ,|y at Xo. 180 MEETINu--1 BEET.
~BY J. FRASER BATH EWES,
Kcal Estate Acent, ?So. OG Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
P.IOSPI?ATE LAND"? of a snponor qualitv, on
jeep water navigation ano healthy locations aU the
U'CE and COTTON PLANTATION* and FARMS in
all parts ot' the State.
CIT? PROPERTY of every desenptibn.
November 2 3oios.
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WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Goms of Art
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TENPTSON'B ENID IUistrated by Gustavo Dore, fo?
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TZH^TSON'S LOOBALT HALL, Illustrated by Bennesy,
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GHAT'S ILEOT, with seventeen fin Iv coiored draw?
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