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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
P?BLISHE3 THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
. G. McBriiDE SMITH will sell at 10 o'clock, at
bis salesroom. Broad-street, Io?ae and cart, McCa ?
rty gin and i limitare
LEITCH k BB?NS w?l Sell at ll o'clock, at the old
Post-office, a house and lot
JOHN G. MTLNOB k Co. win sell at 10 o'clock, tn
their salesroom, Meeting-street, silver plated ware,
MILKS DBAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his stol o
corner King and Liberty streets, dry good.*, clothing,
N.- HUNT & Sos will pell at 10 o'clock, in their
salesroom, Meeting-stroet, boots, shoes and bro?
R. M. MABSHALL 4 BBOTHEB will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, in iront ot tbeir office, Broad-street,
horses, mules, tarni ture, ko.
MEETINGS THIS DAT.
German Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Lodpe, at 7 P. M.
HENRY COBLA, ESQ_This gentlem.au has
been unanimously elected President of the People's
Bank, of this city.
PEBSONAL.-Generals Horace Porter and O.
F. Babcock, of General G i aa t's staff, left this city
yesteiday for Columi-ia, and will go from thence to
Bsfcigh and ba.k to Washington. They are on an
THE BENNETTSYIXLE JOURNAL.-Mr. Wm.
Little is now tho editor and solo proprietor of this
well known State raper. Mr. Little is a pushing
newspaper man, and w?l give ten dollars ol value
for eveiyoie dollar of advertising and subscription
wiiich may And i's wav to his office.
THE COUBTS.- -Tho Court of General Ses?
sions for Charleston County will comnenco its ses?
sions on the first Monday ia February, a id the Court
of Cemmon Pleas on the second Monday in Feb
luaiy. Presiding Judge, tbe Hon. B. B. Carpen?
ter. Witnesses and jurors must b J in afc a Janee.
THE HEALTH OF THE C-rt/r.-For the week
ending January23, th? b?l o? mortality shows a
total of stventeen dcatbs, viz: Wh te adults three,
and children two; colored adults seven, and chil?
dren five. Of those who cied, three were between
the ages cf ?:ty and sixy, tw? between seveutv and
eighty, and one between n'nety and one hundred,
ECLIPSE OF THE MOON.-There will be a par?
tial eclipse of thc moon this evening, which will be
visible in this part of the world to all whom curiosity
or the indulgence of scientific preddections may
prompt to look at it. It will commence somewhere
ia the neighborhood of seven o'clock, and end be?
tween ten and eleven o'clock. A considerable por?
tion of .Madame M'.OD'S face will be obscured.
B. M. RHODES & Co.-Mr. B. BL Rhodes, of
this w dely known firm is now in Charleston on a
business tour. The "Rhedes Superphosphate" is
a household word iu 'hts State and thiough tbe
South, and tho members of thc firm a d their
ago*nts, B. S. BIM: & Son, have made themselves
favorably known everywhere by the promptitude,
accuracy and liberality wirb which they conduct
CONFERENCE OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST
CHUBCH.-Yesterday waB tho third day; sorvicc was
conducted by the Rev. Felix Tori er ce. During fae
day a motion was made by the Rev. A. Richardson
thu a committee of three be appointed to call upon
the several ?ai?road presidents 60 as to allow all the
ministen who tare paid m i ure cn coming to the
city to return free. Many important questioLS were
THEATBE.-Last evening Miss Annie Deland
mode her sec >nd ippcaiance bath's city ss "Juliana"
in Tobin's fine play, tho "Honeymoon." Hir im?
personation of the character was natural and effec?
tive. Mr. Grey fra ve a careful rendition "of the
'.Duke Arar2i." Mr. Sut.on ss "Rolando" was as
usual correct and truth.u'. Arnie Su ton CB "Za?
mora" looked charm ng in ber page's C06tui e. Wo
mu?t not omit to m mien thc channing dance by
little Kalie Gilbert, who possesses great talent. -
This evening Miss Deland will appear on "Ruth
Kirby" in the "Lancashire Lass, ' which will he pre?
sented for tho last time.
On Friday evening M ss Deland will toke a bene?
fit, wi en a very attractive bid will be presented.
Two new piece? will be given.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Leitch & Bruns sold
yesterday: A two and a br If story wooden residence
.at tho corner nf Wentworth and Godcden streets, lot
seventy-seven feet by one hundred and sixty, for
$2660; also, a two and a half story wooden dwelling
ai the corner of Pickett's AUey and St. Pbilip-street,
-ot thirty feet by one hundred, lor $650.
Mr. Louis D. DoSaussure sold yesterday: A lot and
brick dwelling in St Michael's AUey, near Church
street, for $1085.
Mr. G. McBride Smith sold yesterday : A tract of
thirty-two acres on Goose Creek, sixteen miles from
the city, for $385; also, a larra cf one hundred acres,
twenty-three miles from the city, on the Northeastern
B&ilroad. for $700; also, a small dweUing boase. No.
178 St Pbilip-street, for $810: also, a small dwelling
house, No. C McMahon's Court, for $695.
THE UNITED STATES COTJBT. JANUABY 26
HON. GEOBOE 8. BBZAN PBESEDINO.-tho court
openeJ at ll o'clock. 1 he following m ittcrs In bank?
ruptcy, ko.,were disposed ot:
Ex parte Wm. J. Shingb-r, in re B. J. Muirhead
and J. W. Muirhead. Petition to set up hen of
mortgage. Referred to J. C. carpenter. Registrar.
Ex parte Benjamin F. Evans and Harvey Cogs?
well. Petition in au!-rup'cy. FuU aud flual dis?
charge ordered and si^ce-J.
The United states vs. nineteen barrols of whis?
key. Information for orfeitur.i for via ation of in
itrual revenue laws. O'de ed h t u bo. d of S14C0
bc given to tho clerk, with approved *ecur ty, and
that alter the marshal deliver to claimant or ag. nt
the whisr :v.
Fx parto John Mayor or Meyer. Petition for sa'e
of property by as-L-neo. salo ord red.
Ex pane John W. Burbidge, in re James W. Hi IL
Peutiou of assignee for lea-o cseli. lie. erred to J
.C. Carperter, Begl trar, lor report.
Fx pa'te Phdlp unu. in re W G. Hughes. Peti?
tion to ostabli6b lien ot judgment l eferted to W,
J^'Olawson, Registrar of Fourth Congressional Dis?
trict, t\ C.
Ex parte C. G. Jaeger. Petition to be appointed
Registrar in BaLkruptcy in p ace of Henry summer,
Esq., deceased. Appointed. Court adjourned.
CLUBS AND STABS.-The tallowing cases
were disposed ot at thc Mayor's Court yesterday
Toney Graham, colored, lodged for selling ducks
in the market without a license. Ducks foritlted.
George Mack, colored, lodged for fighting m Ki g
street, near Princes-?. Discharge4.
Ellen Butterfield, oolored, lodged for being drunk
and disorderly in Elliot-street Fined $5.
James EdwArda, colored lodged for stealing cot?
ton from Accommadation wharf seutenced for
twenty days lu the House ot Correction.
Washington Walker and t^tpphen Mitchell, color?
ed, drunkani disorderly on Bait Bay. Flood $5
Lieutenant Hendricks, ol the derectlve foree, re?
ported that while on hi* way home, I o'clook A. M ,
he saw n colored maa j imp from the residenco of
Mrs. Scott, coruer of Pitt and on aguo streets;
oaught the min. whose clothing gave way, and he
made his escape. Fired throe ?bots ?nd gave causa.
The bag and implements which ho dropped we- e re?
Jarnos Rcevo?, whit', nineteon years, held subjeot
to order of coroner, o:i sus icion cf being ihe
aiurderer of Ctn Ji-uee. ki?oj in Ca'.hoon-s rovt.
Abraham Scben-:!:, color d, lodg d for larceny,
and held subj* ct to order of tbe commandiog officer
?Ji tho United states ArsoaaL
?Tames Gaillard, colored, fifteen yo irs old, and
Darnel Crx, oolored, Qi teen years old, lodged as
vagrants, without anyvi-lblo m ans of support;
et?ch thirty days in the UOUSJ of Correction.
MEETING OF Crrr COUNCO.- There waa
regular meeting of Council last night in tho chamt
at seven o'clock.
Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Geddin
Potter. Cunningham, Lindstrom, ! Dereel, Code,
ney, Voigt, Marshall, Moore and Wall.
The following pelition6 were read, and referred
Petition of proprietors of billiard rooms, asking
reduction of license. Referred to Committee on '.
Petition of A. Melcher* for permission to erect
wooden shed oa bis premises in King-street. I
ferred to tho Committee on Brick and Wooden Bui
Petition of measurers and inspeo'ors of lumbi
icc, and also of sundry lumber merchants and pi
prietors of saw mills, for a specific ordinance in i
lotion to the measurement cf lumber, kc. Rofern
to a spatial committee cf three, viz: Aldermen Gc
dings, Potter and Code. On motion, appointed 1
Tho following communications were read hy tl
Mayor, and referred os follows:
Communication of the Board of I'iremasters, ei
closing petition of Robert H. Turner, asking reli
for loss suffered by the fire in Hastf-street. liefern
to the Committee on Retrenchment and Relief.
Also, a resolution from the Board ol Flremaster
requesting Council to reconsider its action in rel
rion to districting engines, and asking ter autboril
to purchase three alarm bells. Referred to Cammi
mittee on the Fire Department.
C: mm uni cation of sundry persons doing h usine
and residing in the vicinity of East Bayoud Calbou
streets, praying that the plank road now being lai
in CalhouD-strcet be continued to Gadsden's whar
Referred to the Committee on Streets.
Communication from the Commissioners of tb
Markets, relative to tho condition of the drain at th
lowe r end of the market. Befen ed to the Commi
tee on Public Buildings.
lhe following roi 01 ts were read and disposed <
Report of Committee on Ways and Means on a r<
solution of Alderman Olney, asking leave to intrc
duce a bill to substitute coupon bonds for d'y st ors
Report of Committee on Strew on the resolutloi
of Alderman Olney in relation to planking King
street, from HuJson to Shepherd-street, stating tba
tbe work win cost about $90u0, and recommendin?
that the same be dono. Ordered to lie over, the:
not being a money quorum present.
Rtport of the Committee on Streets on petition c
John R. Dukes and others, lor the planking of Con
cord street, recommending that Concord, Hasel am
Pincknoy streois be planked; cost about $2500, a
per diagram shown. Ordei ed to lie over.
Report of the Committee on Licenses in favor o
the application for a junk shop license by Wildau
Meade, and of a transfer of auctioneer's license fo
J. k F. Dawson to Job Dawson. Adopted.
Report of Committee on Licenses, recommendin)
that the clerk be authorized to furnish certificates ti
those who have complied with thc 1'ccnBO law, am
to order those who have not to come forward ant
pay the full cmount within twenty days. Adoptee1.
1 *. . """t of the Committee on Accounts, rccom
mending that the following bills bo passed tor pay
moot, viz: Orphan House, $1919 01; Alms House
$1474 05; Health Dcpailmeut. $72; City Hall, $19 50
police, $113 20; tidal drain-', $"8 95; shell road, $125
streets. S22 50. Total $3824 2t. Adop'ed.
Report cf the Committee on Lighting the Cily, re
commending that (be bill of the Gas Corni any foi
December, amounting to $2160 19, bc passed for pay
Report of the Commissioners cf tho Alms HOUBO,
giving their annual statement for the yeer endin;
November 14, 1868, and notice of the election ol
officers of that institution. Received as informa?
Report of the Commissioners of thc Marketa, giv?
ing notice of the election of officers. Received as
Return cf (j. B. Stoddard, Harbormaster, show?
ing the collection ot harbor dues, from th". 1st to thc
101 li of Jam ary, 1819, rmouiiticg to $207. which hoe
been pall to thc elly Treasurer. Received as infor?
Report of Captain of Police for December. Total
arrests, 348; amount paid over to Treasurer, $290 75.
Received as information.
Tho following ordinances weie duly ratified:
An erdinacce to reg?lale the licences of drays,
carts and public vehxles.
. An ordinance to fix one price for licenses for sell?
ing beer, ales, wines and liquors.
An mdlnance to raise supplies for thc year 1809,
and for other purposes.
A communication was rec ivett from thc managers
of election, in r la?ou to pay chime 1 by them for
services rendered in the recent Municipal election,
and asking that the claim bc liquidated. Laid un
A communication was recci.'d from C. M. Beesi
leau, enclosing a bill for $145 50, for services render?
ed on the p?nd at the foot ol Broad and Rutledge
street?, Refemd to the Committee on Retrench?
ment and Relief.
Alderman Wall ma<io some remari s in reference
to a petition froiu the residents of Ward No. T in re?
lation to planking Columbus-street, and asked why
it had not received attention, while othor matters of
lees importance bod boen attonded to.
Alderman rotter eaid, in reply, that the want of
timber had Ixen the eau?? of delay, and that he had
told Alderman Wall so several times.
Tho bond of T. W. Stanton, naval stores inspector,
wa s referred to the Mayor to ascertain tho sufficiency
of the bureti-.-s.
The bond of C. ?. Jenkins, lumber moaturcr. was
referred back to him lor stamp and approval by the
1 ho bill to abolish the office of city apothecaries
passed its third reading.
Aide:man Voigt introduced the following bill to
amend an ordinance entitled "Au ordinance to aid
in rebuilding the burnt district and waste places ot
the City of Chirlefon" :
Be it ordained Tb,v thc restriction upon the erec?
tion ol wood eu buildings in clauses loud 7 of section
2 of tho oldman c to aij m rebuilding thu burnt dis?
trict aud waste pitee - ot the eily, he confined to that
por ion ot the city lyi g to the east of King street, in
C'U'Ui.g both sides iheteof, and io the souih ot -ocie
ry street. Including both sides thereof ; aud that -aid
re t ictio i be revealed as io all othor portions of <h"
cit ; J'rovided h'jwever, ih it this ot din.''.co-h.iU cot
take effect unit the General Aeaemtily of <hu Hate
shah have given lo the city Council authority to pass
This bill is a substitute for tha one introduced by
Alderman Voigt at tho last mooting ol Council. It
parsed ita sic.nd reading, and wa-, on motion, de?
ferred until tho next meet ng af Council.
Thc Police bill w. s ih- n taLcn up und was passed
by sections. Thc following :s thc bill as passed:
A BILL'TO r.Lu ULATn AN1) REO OAN1ZE TBE TOLICE
KEOTUN 1. Re it ordained by thc Mayor and A'der
men JU City Council as? em I Jed, i hut the polico torce
of the. cit.. s all consist of one oaptaiit cf po lue, two
licutciiitn's ot po ice. turu sergeants ot i once, and
such number ot r gular policemen nat to exceed
thiitv, ?iud su h munt.er of night policemen or
wat hmm not to exe c fiftt. us may oe appointed,
as here.mn ter provided.
.RC 2 'Jhe capta.ii ot j o..ce, before entering upon
thc urie* ? f un office, -a..11 give rend tu the sum
of two thousand dollars, with sufficient securities, to
be approved by thc Mi yor -and ci y Attorney, for
tbe faithful penoroiou. o ol' tho duti. B of bis i ?Ice.
.-to. 3. It shan be tho duty of tbe c ptatu of po?
lie- to Ozeanien ihepodce io cn, into the most effi?
cient w>rkinp or aulziii iu" practiciblc, to preserve
the peace ol he cuy. to prevent crime and to de o t
aud b ing to jasti-e all offenders and violators of thc
city laws und ordinances; it shall also bo his duty to
attend all fires by day und by nigi.t aud to cx> rt
bimse., to the utmost o his powers to keep good
o.-dor. to remove 41 suspected persons.. nd to pro?
tect the nt per.y of the citizens from lose and dam?
Szo. 4. 1 ho captain of poico sh-ll keep or cause
to be kept at the guaidbou-e or icli e station, a
c mp ote descriptivo list of each and every perso .
arrested and brought to ths guardhouse or sta?
tion, by giving his or her name, nativity, agc,
he ght| complexion, weight, col r of hjir and eyes,
the amo jut of .. ouey thov may have iu their
pos.'c-i.-ion, their pr?tent residence, and tbe offence
for which they are ai rest d; ail of which shall be
tnt red tn a book to be furnished by the etty, aud
tue same shall be dc ivnred by said captain of police
to his successor in office.
s KO 5 ibo ca iain of police shall Peep a oorrect
recod of ab tho do uge ot hisofiVc, which sh ni be
at ad urnes su-ject to lhe inspection ot the Mayor
and Aldermen, and hu shill make a ro.'ular report
tnfreof us of on as once in three mouths to thc city
Council, aud at such other tur .s as may be re?
MSC G. The captain of police Pball have the gener?
al cha-go ..n-J -upcrvislou of tho lieutenants and ser?
geants, and shall have thc precedence and control of
th? sauio waauever eng .gea lu tho sumo seivico, aud
sb ll report forthwith tc tho Mayor -any violation ot
datv ou tho part of eitiie.- of said officer-, lt shall
bu bis duty, f om lima to time, to puss through the
streets, laues, alleys, squar. s aud public grouuds of
the citv, to obsetve all nuisances, obstructions and
impediments therein, or oa ibo sidewalks thereof,
and causo the same io be roaiovrd according to law.
Ho shall report lu writing immediately to tho Mayor
any defect ho may di-coveriu any tf tue streo.s,
i lanes, or alleys of the city. It shall be hi? duty t<
enforce and carry into effect all laws and city ordi
nances, and to be vigilant .to detect and brin g to pun'
ishment all offenders against the same. He shall
obey and execute all orders of the Mayor and of thc
SEO. 7. 1 he lieutenants of police, before en ter1 ng
upon the duties of their office, shall give bonds in
the sum of $1600, with sufficient securities, to be
approved by the Mayor and City Attorney, for the
faithfnl performance of the duties of their office.
SEC. 8. The lieutenants of police shall, under thc
j direeHon of the captain of police or ef the Mayor,
aid in any and al such duties as are prescribed for
the captain of police,
Szo. 9. Tbe lieutenants of police shall, in case of
fire in the city, repair to the placa where tho fire
may be. and attend diligen ly to the preservation of
thc public peace, the prevention of thefts, and the
loss or destruction of property, always under direc?
tion and control of the op! alu of police.
SEC. 10. 1 he sergeants ot police shall at all times
be nnd' r tbe control and direction of the captain of
police, or lieutenants of police.
SEC. ll. The captain of police shall establish rules
and regulations for the government of tbe police
force, subject tn the approval of tbe Mayor.
SEO. 12. The pay of tbe pohco force shell bc as fol?
lows: 'J ho pay of the captain of police after i he rate
of il500 per annum; tho pay of the lieutenants of
police after the rate of $1200 per annum; the pay of
sergeants of police alter thc rale of $800per annum:
the pay of tho regular policemen after the rate of $720
per annum; the pay of the night policemen or watch?
men after the rate of $300 per annum, all payable
Sic. 13. The qualifications of tho regular police
n-en and night policemen, or watchman, shall be as
foll 'Ws : They shall bu citizens of tho United States;
shall have been citizens of Charleston for at least one
year previous to appointment; they shall be of
Bound health and vigor, of temperate and indus?
trious habits, cleanly in person, courteous in man?
ners, respectful to their superiors, and disposed to
bo zealous in the servico; thal] speak and write ihe
English language* be not lesa than five feet eight
inches in height, and shall be recommended by
three responsible citizen?.
SEC. 14. The Mayor shall nominate tho captain
and lieutenants, who shall be elected by Council;
the said officers may bo suspended by the Msyor for
c?use, which susrension shall be subject1 o action of
Council,' and all appointments and discharges of
other membo: s of the police force shall be made by
the Mayor; and power is hereby given him, should
the necessity ariso, to increase the regular police?
men to such number, not to exceed one hundred, as
the emergency may require,
SEC. 15. For tho advancement of the public peac :
and safety, any individual fl: m or corporation -o de?
siring, may, upon' appl'catiou to Council, have un
employee, aprtvate wa'cbman or wharfinger, made
or appointed as a special policeman. Appointees u i
der this section shall have all the power; of tho rogu
lar policemen, but shall receive no pay from thc
SEC. 16. The detp?ti.e fore: thall be formed or
organized by the ca; tam of police from a vj ont of
tbe regular police, always subject to tho control and
direction of tho Mayor.
t-EO. 17. The number of horses for use of the po?
lice force shall not exceed three, to be kept at ex?
pense of the city, at tho guardhouse.
SEC. 18.1 his ordinance shall toke effect from and
after its passage, and all ordinances and parts of or?
dinances conflicting with the provhr'ons contained
herein and hereto, are hereby repealed.
It is tho sime a? ibe original bill, save '.hat it ls
amended materially ii the fjurtce .th seel lon, which,
in Ihe first draft, gave tho Ma-, or the power to ap?
point the captain md lieutenants, lt also differs
ft om the first bill in the matter of tho pay of tho
officers; under th-< old tho pay was for the cap?
tain and $1000 for the lieutenants. AD it was passed
section by section it cau-ed tome debate, and was. as
amended, orderod to bc onr.ro6scd for ratification
at thc next meeting. Adjourned.
REPORTERS' CRUMBS.-Cits- stock was stiff
yesterday. Holders refused 59.
South Carolina Railroad stock was very tit m yes?
terday at 47.
Tbe wall around the ccm?Hry cf Dr. Smythe's
church ha* fallen down. In grading the sidewalk it
The gay Lothario, who fled a few days ago with a
woman, whom he had substituted for tho daughter
whoso mother kindly lent bim greenbacks to put
himself redits in finance?, was overtaken at Flor?
ence and brought bac'.; by thc enraged "parient,"
and is now in love's limbo. A gay deceiver that I
The first flight of tho spiral iron steps is being put
up in tho now German Church, King-street.
Thc tats are at thc Unitarian organ bellows still.
Mr Werner, the skilful iron worker, of Meeting
street, is erecting un iron monument, to be twenty
five feet high and weigh eighteen thousand pounos.
Rumor says it is f jr him-iclil
An attempt was made to rob tho Citadel Square
Baptist Church on Tuesday morniug before dawn,
but ihe thief was scared off by the policeman, whose
beat was in the vicinity. The chandelier was being
A>h Wednesday, the first day of Lent, falls this
y< ar on thc 10th of February.
The shop windows already remind us of thc ap?
proach of St. Valentina's Dav.
Mr. W, R. Bull, who was shot in thc throat by a
little boy on Saturday last, with a parlor pistol, ls
'ibero is a muddle in thc Gilbert troupe. Mr. Gil?
bert has had two men arrested on the charge of try?
ing to seduce away several of hi- actors. Tho case
w:ll bc beard on'jhur?day. One of tho actors lett
here yesterday, and tho other 's boro under bond.
There is a portrait of thc late Wm. H. Giillland,
Esq, to bo see n at Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogs?
well. It is by Ur. thomas Wightman, a native of
this city, ? ho hos a ; ludio at ihe corner of King and
Liberty sheets. It is designed for the Hibernian
Scioty, of which Mr. G?liland wan, at the time of
his death, president
The Trustees of tho Charleston College have ac?
cepted the resignation of Professor Holmes.
The coroner's jury will continue thu investigation
of tho Jones murder to-day at ll o'clock.
There vas a fi shionablo mat qui racle at thc Waver?
ley House, King street, last evening.
Mayor Clara.'.- itport to City Council, dated De
comber 16, has been printed in pamphlet form, lt
bears th) imprint of Walker, Evans & Cog*wei 1.
A number of letters woro received in the city yes?
terday fawn Nordic. .*. meu who arc tnxlous to buy
real e-tatt in t barlil H..
HOTEL ARRIVALS, January 26*.-Charleston
Hotel.-R G Honcgau, Walterboro' ; H M Levy, Au?
gusta; R Ward, South Carolina; S W Mays, Georgia;
H Neide, Norlh Carolina; S J Jame.-. James S I'ax
tor. Newberry; Pr M K Hogan, G P Kirkland, South
Carolina; ; hos W Hoi la way, Newberry; Colouel Geo
E Waring, New Port; Ellis Munday, Edt.? io I ?land;
A 1) Sperm, W Ferguson, ??ow York; E H i'ugheaiid
wifo. Georgia; General E J Marshall and who, A K
Smith, ?lab ma; A 3 Pendleton, Norfolk; X G
Kel?, Orangeburg; S Watson, Sum'er; E H Gould,
Maryland; H ll Betuaid, U D J Hie, Calais, Maiue;
John U connell, wife and child. W J Cont ell,
H B Day church, Brooklyn; Mrs Tunimc-y,
Balifax; O N Thaudard, wife, child and ser?
vant, A Edwards, MTS J W Elm udo.f, C El?
mendorf, Now York;-Flowers. Massachusetts;
JB Burhilo, Connecticut; Mrs SW Kncvels and
chil'-t, M*?W York; SE Claik, w fe, child and servant,
U S Army; H A Gil.b.i, Mich'gLi?; E P Clark. Uhodo
Island; Lyman Mullmy, New York; ED McIntosh,
South Carolina; Gustav Hoffmann, New York; Xl
Baker, Dr. Doar, South Carollua; W Hascldon, Flor?
Pavi'iot Hotel -W A Robertson, South Carolino.
H L Pittie, Mafs?chu?etis; R W Murray, St. James'
Santee; R H DcHay, St John's; E P MeWhorter, W
H Nev?is, Blackville;.! H Metze, Lexington; N N
Talbert, South Carolina; S R v'aiio, Newberry; J H
Mulholland. New Yoik; Colonel J J Nett es, Wil?
liamsburg; F J Count, Barnwoll; B Bale, R Green,
New York; J Hui, R Hill. Baltimore; J W Scott, Wil?
liamsburg; J C Hussey, Darlington; S M Dickinson,
New Jersey; RT White, Portland; C E Washburn,
Willtown ; T H Parrott, C H Parrott, Darlington ; A
McB Prcssly, PocotaUgo; P B H Shuler, Walterboro'.
R?DUCTION OF FREIGHT ON FERTILIZERS.
Tho Northeastern Railroad Coinpjuy givoa n?tres in
our columns this morning Ibat, ou and after Febru?
ary, the charge for freight on guano and other fertil?
izer', from Charleston to any station cn tho Choriiw
and Darlington Railroad, will be roJuced to twenty
ceuts per one hundred pounds.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 por
pot' A, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered true.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters iu avery style. Mince pies, fresh daily. Hot cof
fc?i and chocolate at aU boura. Icu cream every
INDELLIBLE PENCILS, for marking linen, Pal?
ace Playing Cords, vary handsome; common Cards,
15 cents per pt cb; Check Books and Bank Books
very low ; Slate TencitB 25 oents per box; Shipping
Cards and Taits; also, Masonic Certificates in parch?
ment and book form, at COURTENAY'S,
January 16 smwC 9 Broad-street
" HOOD'S SOVEBEIQN BALM" has no equal for
coughs, colds, croups, asthma,'*:. Try it and be
oonvirjced, and recommend it to others. For sale by
Cowie & Moise, Druggists, corner Meeting and Easel
streets. . wrm6 January 17
WILLI*-EPPE?.-On the 24th December, in Sali?
na County, Missouri, by Rev. JOHN B. BENNETT, Mr.
AUGUSTUS WILLIS. ofLaiayette County, Missouri,
to Miss SUE V.. daughter of the late JOHN W. EPPES,
of Laurens Cour tn ouse. South Carolina. *
Spf rial Hollies.
*3" NOTICE .-ALL PERSONS ARE
cautioned against tabing a draft of GEO. W. POND
on JAMES MELVIN for the tum of ,$120) ONE
HUNDEED AND I WEN TT "DOLLARS.
January 27_1*_JAMKS MrLVIN.
^CONSIGNEES PER ?STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New York, are hereby nobbed
that she is discharging cargo at A ri gar's Wharf Tars
DAT. Goods remaining on thc wharf at sunset will
bo Ftorcd at expense and risk of owner?.
JAMES ADGER k CO.,
January 27 1 Acents.
?S-RECEIVER'S NOTICE-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, haring been appointed Receiver nf the
late firm cf DAWSON & BLACKMAN, horeby gives
notice that all claims against said firm must be pre?
sente 1 to him, and all persons indebted mu't make
payment to JNO. T. HUMPHREY-;,
January 13 No. 27 Broad-street
US' BOTTOMRY WANTED LN THE SUSI
of ($6000) Six 'thousand Dollars, gold, more or less,
on thc Spauish brig FR i IN CISCO DE ALTUNA, her
Masts, Soils, Anchors, Apparel and Furniture.
Sealed pi oposals, stating terms, will be received
at tho Spanish Vice-Contnlatc, No. 149 Bay-street,
Savannah, Ga., until Turra.-DAY. 29th January, at 12
o'clock M.. when the same wiT be opened in the pre?
sence of those interested.
For further particular?, apply to
CARL EPPING & CO., Consign?is.
DSP COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANCAT.Y 18. 1S?9.-Ihe following
named persons are recognized as ASSISTANT AS
SE>SOES, appointed under tho act providing for tho
Assessment and Taxation of Property, for the Coun?
ty of Charieston, to wit:
Fifth District, lying cast of the Santce Canal and
Cooper River (instead of cast of the Northeastern
Railroad and thp Cooper Uiver, as previously pub
lish.d), S. D. RUSSELL, and-.
Sixth District, lying west of the Santec Canal and
Cooper River, E. S. MIKELL.
Seveuih District comprising all of thc Parishes of
St Audrew'saDd St. John's Colloton, IHO?. A. BAY
NARD. A. J. RANSIER, A. 0. C.
?S-BUY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
KR I ETE & CHAPMAN, corner Elcg asd Badrliffe
streets, and get a better article for the same money
than at any other establishment in the city.
November 14 3mos
??-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLES TON COUNTY.-Personally appeared be?
fore mo, C. G. MEMMINGER, President of tho Sui.
phut ic Acid and Supcrphoaph ito Company, who,
being duly sworu, saith tbat tho capital or the said
company has been iucreiscd to eighty thousand dol?
lars, and has beeu paid into bim in current funds
and property at its sworu valuation.
(Signed) C. G. MEMML GEB.
Sworn to before me December 22, 1803.
(Signed) JACOB WILL1MAN,
OFFICE O? CLEBK OF THE COUBT OF COMMON PLEAS
FOB OHABLESTON COUNTY.
I, A. C. RICH.. OND, C'erk of the said Court, do
hereby certify that the ? redoing is a true and cor?
rect cops of tho afh lavit ol* the President of tho Sul?
phuric Acid and Superphosphate Company, and that
the affidavit has been duly (Hod and recorded in this
.-, lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto
( I set my bund and affixed the peal of the
j fEAL. i Baid ,.ourt mi 0f Doconber, 18?8.
>-~-' (Siguctl) A. C. RICHMOND,
Clerk Court Commau Pioa?.
December 23 wa
?5- PURSUANT TO A DE-REE OF THE
High Court of Chancery, modo lu a cause "Vau Zuy
lew against Weber," thc creditors of THOMAS
BIGHAM (late of Margato, ia the Isle of Thanet, in
the County of Kent), Esqulro, formerly of Charles?
ton, lu tho State of South Carolina, In tho United
States of America, (who died on or about the TWENTY
FiasT OAT OF MASCH, 1863,1 arc on or before tho
TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF FEBBUABY, 1863, tOSCnd
by post, prepaid, to Messrs. ROBERTS & SIMP?
SON, of r o 62 Moorgate-stroet, in tho City of Lon?
don, tbe Solicitors for thc defendants, VICTOR
FERDINAND WEBEB and FRANCIS CHARLOTTE
BIGHAM, the executor and executrix of the de?
ceased, their christian and Humamos, addresses
and descriptions; the full particulars ot thou- claims;
a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the
securities, if any, held by them, or in default there?
of they will be pei emp tori ty excluded from tho bene?
fit of tho said decree. Every Creditor holding any
security is to produce tho same bet?re thc Vice
chancellor, Sir GEORGE MARKHAM GIFFORD,
at his Chamber', situated No. ll New iquaro,
Lincolnsinn, Middlesex, on tho EIGHTEENTH DAY
OFMABCR, 1869, at 12o'clock at noon, being thc time
appointed foradjudicitiug on tho cUims.
Dated this "ih day ol Jauuary, 18C?.
HENRY LEMAN. Chief Clerk.
VAN ?ANDAW COMING k SON'S, No. 13 Kine
street, Cheapsilc. London, Eaglaad, Plaiutiff's So?
licitor*, sw.-n January 23
OS- wlLVT AitE YOU TAKING?-PROBA?
BLY two-thirds of tte adult popuhtion of t' c Unit-d
states indul o. m?ro ar les?, in bar-room stimu?
lant--. Hot alcoholic beverage* uro habitually imbib
cd by thous ands of poop c iu tho winter months lo
"keep on'the cold." Tho alcoholic material of all
these drinks is moro or Jess poiiouous, ard is ren?
dered ali thc mure deleterious in consequence of be?
ing taken warm.
A oid 'boee dangerous excitant*. Shun, as you
would shuu tho deni tc-t drug, all tavern stimu?
lants. They paralyzj the digoition, congest tho
liver, disturb the natural ablion of the kiduOTS, irri?
tate thc bowels, shatter Ihe nerves, and impair Ibo
Thc operation of DOSTEITEB'S STOMACH BIT
'IEES is diimotri -ally opposite to this. Th -y spur
no organ into unnatural activity: but they tone and
regulate all. If the dit-estioa is feeble, they awaken
the do maut energies of thc stomach, and promoto
I thc .* orb ol assimilation. It the liver is sluggish
and torpid, (bey regenerate it. If tho kidneys fail
to perform the r functions proporly, they ?rc tcgu
lated withoutbt-iag irritito.L If the bowels nro con?
stipated, tho periatallic action ls moderately in
cp-ased, and thc discharges becomo natural and reg.
u'ar, if ibo nerves arc tro uulous. they aro strength?
ened. If iha mini is clouded, thc BITTERS loud tc
disperse tho gloom.
These ai u tho effects of tho great VEGETABLE TONIO
AND COBBEOTIVE. which for twentv years has boen a
staple nudista* in thia coun ry, and tho demand for
which steadily increases ?a al! parts of thc Wettern
It is not offered as a bovorarro, but as a medicine;
nor will it ever be used tu s i;isly a craving for al?
coholic stimulants, because its effect is t > check, not
to create, a false appetite for excitant*. 'J ho cham?
pions of temperance will do well to mirk this pecu?
liarity, and to recommend It aa th? only .-afc prepa?
ration cont..rt.itig alcohol, tbat eau bc uso-1 for medi?
cinal pur pt: C5 0 vta January 23
SB-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN-ON TEE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Mau
hood, with Um humane view of trcatm int aDd cure,
sent by mail f.co ol claarge. Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, L'oxP, PhUdeiphia. Pa.
January 20 3nios
CST BATCH!.LOB'S HAIR PYE.-7.H1S
splendid Hair Dyo is the best in ibo world; the
only trua and perfect Dye; burmless. reliable,
nstantancous; no disappoiutmeut; no ridiculous
tints; remedien the Ul effects ol bad dyes; invigo?
rates und leaves thc hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
L'ond-slreet, Ncvr York. lyr January 3
Srji'15 uni /iirimljiitg ?twits.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
S T .A. IR'
SHIRTS AND COIsLARS
Winch are offered for sale at
THIS LOWEST CASH PRICKS!
. - OPPOSITE THE, MARKET HALL.
January 9 Gm os
|)rj) (Sooty Cte
No. 412 Broadway, Few York,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN MER
CHANTS to tuen- splendid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, ftc., &c.
All imported direct from the Manufacturers,
and offered to tho trade at thc LOWEST
PRICES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 19 ma Imo
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE*
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE DEO IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in gonoral. ihat wo have jnet re?
ceived (In addition to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
uud FANCY GOul S), a now supply suitable for the
CLOAKS, DUY GOODS, POPLINS, 4c, at reduced
Htavy Balmoral Skirts at $112
Very choice article Black .silk $1 80, worth ?3 50
Ladies' super Merino Vests only $1
A lot ol fino Piano Covers whioh will be sold less
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 00 to 00c.
A lot ol Photograph albums, 75 cents
Ottenhfimer's celebrated French CORSET, SI 00
A full and complete assortment of Ge. man and Eng?
lish HOSltUV.from Usg up
A fine a- sortiucnt of Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin Cloth and Li.-ie GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection o'.
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, Ste.,
At tho lovfost figures.
Wo would also notify our patrons that we have ar
ranced a soparatc department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
?9- ENTRANCE ON CALHOUN-STREET.
F l' KC H GU TT d( BROS.,
No. 137 KING-STREET.
December ll 3mo
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWIXG UAC0INE8
THE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPERIAL
Cross of tho Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon th* reoresontatiro or tho G HOVER & HAKER
.-KW?.NO MACHINES al the Exposition Universelle,
Tho GRi-VCR A- BxKEIt FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE-arc tho only Mucbines that aa both sew
perfectly and i inbrobier pencctly.
They sow with thrcvls direct from th?; spool, and
ic [uire uo re-winding.
Unlike other Machines, the*e fasten both ends of
the scam by their owu operation.
W th these Machines, while e.Ik is used upon the
right >u- fncc-sidu of the scam, cotton may bo used
upo.i the othor fi ie. This can bo doue cu no other
Machine, and ls a great saving upon all articles
stitched or irado up with silk
GRcVEB & BAKER'S MCWISO MACHINES aro
sold at New York prices by
KINSMAN BROT HE]
Ao. 379 KINU-STREET,
SOLU AGENTS FOR TUE STATE OF SOUTH
January G wfmlmo
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
Mc CAJI TH Y COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, ol various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOIL EUS
AND PANS, ot aU sizus
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
powor, Saw and Rico Mills
MACHINERY AND 'CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular atiention paid to
HOUaE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, dc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACUINIS1 AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHAULESTO?T, 8. C.
August 3 mws
JAMES UNOX.jonx orx.1.
Ki>OX & t? ILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 123 SMITH'S WHARP, BALTIMORB.
Consignments ol COLTON, RICE, frc, reopeot.
fully solicited, aud booral advances mad? theruon,
Orders for CO UN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 2T l?mo??
Dry Goods, Clothing, Cutlery, Carpeting, ftc:
BY MILES DBASE.
THIS MORNING-, at 10 o'clock. I will sell st my
. store, corner ot Sing and Liberty streets,
A general assortment of DRY GO' DS,
CONSISTEN a or:
Pieces Red and White FLANNEL, I'mpress Cloth
Poplin, Dress Goods. Linen Check
Darnick Towelling, Caasimere, Broadcloth, kc.
Dozen Bedspreads, Ladies' and Gents' Cotton and
Towels, Spool Cotton, Umbrellas, Shirt Fronts
Undershirts and Drawers, Casslmere and Satinet
Coats, Pants and Vests
200 dozen Table and Pocket Cutlery, at serte J.
10 rolls INGRAIN CARPETING..
Boots, Shoes, Balmorals, Brogms, Gaiters,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT. the 27th instant, st 10 o'c'ock, in our
8a lesrocm, Ko. HO Meeting-street, we will sell, for
otra USUAL FINE ASSOBIMEMT OF
100 cases BOOi?>, ?HOES, H KOGAN s, BALMO?
RALS, GAITERS. Ac. kc. AU ftesh and desirable
goods, to which we invite the attention of buyers.
Valuable Real Estate at Auction, at Expense
and Risk of former Purchaser.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. ?. BRUNS?
Will be sold, THIS DAT, the 27th instant, at ll
o'clock, A. M., at the Old Postofflce, foot of Broad
street, at the expense and risk of the former pur?
chaser, he having tailed to comply with the terms
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situate en the east side ot Meeting-street, oppo
' site Burna' Lane, known as No. 186, measuring in
frent ou- Mee ling-street, say fifty (60) feet, and in
depth say otu hundred and seventy-seven (177) feet,
moro or less; butting and bonndlng north on landa
of Otis Mills and estele of James Gibson; east on
lands of - Elliott; weston Meeting-street, and south
on lands of Jos. N. Margart, Upon this Lot is a Three
story wood Building on a brick foundation .containing
nine rooms, fronting on Meeting st,, aid one other
Brick Building in the yard, containing eight rooms.
There ls a fine well of water, and aub a cistern ba
the yard, and the iront floor of the building is ad?
mirably adapted for a store. The whole forming
one of (bu most desirable business locations in the
Terms-One third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual instalments, ;eenred by bond or
bonds ot purchaser, bearing intel est ?rom day of
sale at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, and a
mortgage-of tho premises; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. LOUIS MeLAlN,
january 27 5 Assignee ot James Brown.
A Small House in Queen-street, near Rutledge.
W. Y. LI ITCH & R. S. BRUNST
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 35 Broftd
WU1 be sold, '10-MORROW, January 28, at the Old
Postomee. at ll o'clock,
That desirable SMALL BOU.-E, containing four
rooms, situated on Queen-street, ono door from Rut
lodge; Lot measuring 49 fret by 107, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in onepar; pur?
chase! to keep (he premises insured, and pay ui lor
papers and stamps. - >. January 27
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Under and by virtue of a Decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston Count ?, I will sell, at Pub'ic
Auction, THURSDAY. th? 4lh February prox., at
ll o'clock, on the premises, No. 17 Broad-stieet,
ALL THE >T08K IN TRADE AND FIXTURES OF
A WILL APPOINTED DRUG STORE.
CC NS IfcTTNG TN PABT Oj':
TRUG'-*, MEDICIVE*, Perfumery, Fancy Articlos.
Bottles, Jars, Co si. et ice. Counters, Scales, t-argical
Instruments, and all tbe necessary Foants tor manu?
facturing Soda Water. Also, tho Good Will of the
establishment. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver ot Dawson & Blackman.
Terms of sale cash. waitui Jannar. .0
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
A tac t tone era.
Under and by virtue of a decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston County, I will sell, at public
auction, on WfcDNEt-DAY, tho 3d day af February
prox., at ll o'clock, st the Old customhouse.
All that LOT OF LAND with the three story Brick
Store and out bulleringa thereon, situate on the south
?ide of Broad-street, corner of Gad?d?n'a Alley,
known as tho No. 17, measuring and containing in
front on Broad- street twenty-eev<-n feet six Inches
|27 it 6 in.), and In depth on Gadsden's Alley ninety
three feet six inches (98 tt 6 in.), be the said dimen?
sions more or loss; cutting and bounding to the
north on Brood-trcer, cast on lands now or late of
-, south on lands no w < r late of-, and weet on
Terme-One-third cash ; balance in ene sud two
years, i-ccu; vd by bond M of the purchaser, bearing
interest at seven per cent per annum, payable semi?
annually, secured by morte age of the premises;
buildings to be insured and the pol'cy ass-gueJ.
Purchaser to pay for papers and tor stamps.
JOHN T. HUMi HREYS.
Receiver of DAWCON k BLACKMAN.
January 13 ws7
^ucttcnccrs' jprinate Sales.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Broad-street, South side, near
At Privat* fal?
FIRS I CL A SS SEA ISLAND COTION PLANTA?
Valuablo Rico Plantations
Valuable Upland PlunUlions and Farms
Extensive a<id Vuluable Manufactories, Mill Sites
and Drligbtim .-ummer Residences in various
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all sizes, prioes
and descriptions in every part of tho city
January 25 _mwlSmo
BY W3L McKA?.
At Private Sale
CORNER CHURCH AND BROAD - STREET.
Also, No. 7 1HOMAS-STREET. For particulars,
opuly at No. 138 MEETING-STREET,
BY J. FRASER 3ATHEWEK.
timi Batate Agent, Alo. 66 Broad-slrcet.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior qualitv, ot
deep water navigation and healthy locations sR th'
R'CEond COT I ON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ll
all parts ot the State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
Novembers 3a os.
RE?? TH?S !
TBE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
PERFUME II IES
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
LNG ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBIN, P.I HENEL, COUD BAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, 1'AKIN A,
EDE, AND OIHERS.
Together with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
The ladies are rcspestfal y invited to cali and er
amine before purchasing o'sewhere.
C. F. PA,Mi MN,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 133 Moctlng-strest,
vovembcria fmwSmos Charleston, S. C.
Handsome Plated Ware, Tea Sets, Iee Pitchers,
. " . . . Castors, $v. ' . . ?
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
THIS DAT, Wednesday, -37th. inst, ?ti quartec
past 'IO o'clock, we will sell at our auction Bales
room, "So. 135 Me* ting-street, 1 ?
.3 handsome 8TLVEB PLATED TEA 9ETS, con
sla*iDRof five pieces each
8 handsome Ffiver Plated Ice Pitchers
36 sets Castors, 30 Plated: Butler Dishes, 36 Butter
9 gross Tipped Tea Spoons, i dozen Pickle Forks,*
* dozen Sugar' Phelia
2 dozen Cream Ladles, 10 dozen Tipped Table
Spoons, 2 dozen Tea Knives
C d"zen Tea Spoons, 6 dozen Dessert Spoons.
Conditions cash on delivery. January 27 ~
Positive Sale of a Urge Gray Mare, good for
Draft and Milling Parp?se*, and Furniture
BY o. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TB IS TAY at 10 o'clock, at hi? Salesroom, No 81
Broad-street. . ti !
January 27_ *
Positive. Sale-One McCarthy Gin and Horse
Power at Auction. '
Bf G. MCBRIDE SMITH,:
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at his- Salesroom, Nov
31 Broad-rtreet. . "
January 27_ . , . c. ,- ? -
Horses, Mules, Carts, Wag om; also Furniture,
consisting of Fine Mahogany Chamber Sei,
Marble-top Bureaus and Washstands, Fine
Mahogany Wardrobes, .. Mohair : Ckdirs,
Rockers, Carpets, Mirrors, ? Bedsteads, Bed?
ding, Tables, Gountinghouse Desks, Office
and Cooking Slovesi Secf???ria, /8ofa$,
Pianos, ?c, at Auction;
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
THIS DAY, the 27th instant,, at 10 o'clock, ? at
bli a ales room. ? . - ?3
WATCHES, Jewelry, a Velocipede, Grates, Hi?eres
and otter Sundries. January 27
Four Prime Mules, Three Horses, One Car?
riage, Handsome Office Furniture, One
Brussels Carpet, Large lot of Household
Furniture, at Auction.'
BY R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Eroid
January 27 > 1
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Hotel in
Camden, known as DeKalb House.'
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
On TUESDiY, the Otb of February. i?60, at di
o'clock A. M., will be sold at the Old Poa tom ce, ?
The HOTEL m Camden, known as the EEKALB
HOUSE, situa:' on the northeast corner of Broad
and DeKalb stree1 s. The lot being known and dis?
tinguished in the plan of Camden aa part of lot No?,
773, measuring one hundred feet on Broad-street,
three hundred and twenty-two leetonDeKalb-etreet;
bounded north by lot No. 772, east br remaining;
tort! on of lot No. 778, south by DeKalb-street, and
west by Broad-street
Trims-Two thousand four hundred dollars cash j
the balance on a credit of ene, two, th reo and fane
years, secured by bond andmortpage, with buildings
ln>urcd and policy assigned. Purcha.er to pay 'for
stamps and papers. , ,?'>
BENJAMIN Y. PIPPEY, ) Assignees
WILLIAM 8. WILSON, > 1 lu '*
JOHN BYEB8, ) Bankruptcy;
(Of the finn of Tracy, Irvin A- Co., Bankrupts, Nov..
York.) WB8 JJaauary?)
A Rare Opportunity to Secure a Magnificent
IR THE COURT OF COHMON PLEAS
IN EQUITY-KERSHAW COOiNTY. - ?5 / rsa
, In ord?r to conduce to -the interest of purchasers
and to preserve the symmetry.of a complets Estate,;
following sale* will be madest the same place and
time, thus affording au opportunity to purchasers
to possess one of the finest PL ?NTA 1 IONS in the
state i be two places combined form a rao?t de?
sirable and productive plantation of fifteen hundred
and twenty acres, one thousand acres of rich swamp,
and about five hundred acres of best upland, all:
cleared and baa often produced ?nd sall csu .pro?
duce over one thousand pounds cotton to tho acre. ' '
Plats can be teen at my office.
L. H. Deas, J. B Kershaw, Executors, vs*.
T. J. Ancrum, et al.-Bill for Foreclosure^
In pursuance of orders in above stated cause, T will
sn 1 before Courthouse in Camden, ou MONDAY,
the first day of February next, being the first
Mondav, at public outcry,
AU that portion of the RED BANE PLANTATION,
belonging to Thomas J. Ancrum, s tuated 0% the
east side ol' the Wateree. River, in Kershaw County,
bunna rd north and east by die remaining portion
of the said "Red Bank Plantation," aaa by the
estate of Wm. A. Ancrum, on the ea?t by "The Eng?
lish Lands," on the south by "The Jones Lands,"
and west by tbe Watereo River, o nUining nine hun?
dred and fi ft \ -eight sci el, more or les?.
Terms-So much cash os wul pay the costs, of
theao proceeding*; the balance on a credit of one,
two and three years. w<th interest payable annually,
secured by bond, with approved personal sureties.
Tue title deed- to be mide, but not delivered, but re?
main in court uotil the pur ohiso monty be paid.
Purchaser to pay for stamps and papen.
O. SHIVER, Clerk.
/. D. Kirkpatrick, Adm'r, vs. Ellen D. An?
crum, et al.-Bill for . Partition to sell
Lands, ?rc ,
In pm ea ance of ord*? made in the above CAUSO, I
wilt sell before the Courthouse in Camden, on tV
first MO ?DAY 1? February next, being the firs,
day of th* meath, . -,
All that portion o. the BED BANK PLANTATION,
ly in : in Kershaw County, adjoint'g east and north
of tho part above described, t ounded north and east
by lanes of tbe heirs ot Wm. A. Ancrum, deceased,
and on the south and weat by ianda of I bomas J.
Ancrum, and the n mailing portion of said "Bed
Bank" above desert bed. This ?act being the por?
tion of "Ked Bank" owned br the Ute W. A. An?
crum. On this pl m ta taon there ls * completo settle?
ment suited lor ? large plantation.
Terms-So much cesh as will pay coats and ex
pens s of sale ?batanee on a credit of one, two and
end threo yeats, interest jj?j?'?!e annually fremdste,
secured by bond, personal sureties, and a mortgage
or the promis.s. Purchasers to pay fo: stamp? and
papers. C. WUT*??? Cleric,
J nnary 25 mw2
g)o0ts, 3l?0C3f (Etc.
G A IT 1*>S AND BALMURALS,
JUST Itlt.Cl2.IVKD BY STEAMER
-I j 1 CASES FfNR LADII-V CLOTH ELASTIC
JL< ' GAMERS which we will sell from $1 IC to
SI SO best, wonh $2
.Uso. 11 nco lot ot . edies Moroco? BALMORALS
from SI up. An assortment of Milses and Boy's
-tfOi-.s, wbtc'a wo eau bell st the same proportion,
namclv, VTDY CHEAP.
Eiitrnirc-, sa more convenient, oorner King and
Calhoun, c- in t. a noun-suret
Jauurvl8 mw 10 lURCHOOTT BR08.
FOR SA LE.
ff/\ TONS A NO. 1 PEBCVIAN GUANO, DIRECT
Ol* Lom Ageu , guaranteed puro.
App y to WILLIS & CHT30LM.
MT HE BE<?S FERTILIZER.
ASUP'-RIOR MANURE FOR ALL CROPS.
Manuf ctured from An mal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitro ^u'-poses, by the Confederate Gov?
ernment. Tesum< mais of its value shown. '
For sale very low by
J. W. ."?PRAGUE A BROS,
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINSMAN St HOW?LL.
No 1 .'-3 East Bay.
WELCH & BR'NDES,
January 20_ws8_No 67 East Bay.
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY otters to the Planters and Farmers of the
South their Fertilizer, known as the "WA.NDO FER?
TILIZER," which tho experience of the past season
has proved to be one of the most valuable In our
market It has for its base the materials from the
Phosphate beds of the Company on ashley River,
and is prepared at their works ot tho EAST END OF
HASEL-STBEET in this city. In order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the
< onipeny has made arrangements ?Ith tho distin?
gu?-h ed Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD r.. who
caatfuUy analyzes all the ammoniacal aa.i other ma?
teriel purchased by the Company, an I tho prepared
Fertilizer, before hoing offered for sale. Ike Com?
pany is resolved to mako on article which win prove
to bo a -'Complete Manure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and other in formation, apply
to WM. Q. DUKES fr CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January i mwtSmos