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THE DAILY NEWS.
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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
BACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCsTOFFTCE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
B. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER will sell at ll
o'clock, at Ute old posi office, $33,750 rog'sterod State
LEITCH k Br. CN s will s. ll at ll o'clock, at the old
po?toffice, a Email bouse and lot. ^
G. MCBRIDE SMITH will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom, Broad-sircet, horses, caris, iuruturc. ic.
E. & A. P. CALDWELL will seU at half-past 9 o'clock,
before their stcre, East Bay, leaf and smokii g to?
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters pa~t 9
o'clock, at bis ?torc. Bi cw n's wharf, butter, bacon,
JOHN G. MILKOR&CO. will sell at 10 o'clock; in
tueir salesroom, Metting-6treet, talance of stock of
MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Howard Lodge, at 7 P. M.
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O'clock to-morrow morning. Business Lou- es wish?
ing to subscribe for a specified number of copies
containing their cards, should leave their orders at
our counting room to-day. AU orders for tel? copies
and over will be supplied at the rate of two and a
hal?aents per copy.
PERSONAL.-General E. Marshall, or thc Uni
ted States Army, is at the Charleston.
THE ECLIPSE.-Misa Luna appeared hst
evening, according to the programme laid down in
that "reliable''annual of Mr. Miller's, with one of
her rounded checks besmeared with a dusky shade.
ST. THADDEUS' CHURCH, AIKEN.-The follow?
ing gentlemen wero elected vestrymen and wardens
at an election held on the 25'h instant:
Veslrymen. -Freierick A. Ford, Chairman; Otis J.
Chaiee, Dr. William V. i'ercival, D. H. Kemme, Wil?
Wardens -Henry W. Bavenel Benjamin M. Wal?
'i HE FASHIONS.-Panniers, ah agree, have
had tbeir day.
Very large flowers on hats and heads and dresses,
are the newest thing over the wa1 er.
Enamelled Jewelry is th? most fashionable cow.
Ancient crockery is mtTC in style than ever in
Plain paper and envelopes, without initial or mo?
nogram, are m:st elegant now.
HOT SUPPER AND REFRESHMENT ENTERTAIN?
MENT.-The ladies of ih<? Catholic congregations of
tho city, desirous of aiding Bishop Pers'co in the
erection ol thc new church in Aihen, purpose giving
a hot supper and rtfreshmcnt entertainment in
Hibernian Hall, on the 2d ot February, to continue
for three days. In connection with the entertain?
ment, there will be off.red for rale a line collection
of useful and fancy articles. 1 he whole matter wiU
be under the patronage of a number of prominent
^CONFERENCE OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHUKCH-FOURTH DAY.-Divine setvice
by tho R;v. Hiram Young.
Recomacndatif ^s and petitions for the return of
ministers to tbeir stations and missions were read
and turne'l over to the Bishop.
On Tuesday afternoon th? Committee on Admis?
sions bad be.'ore them twenty-five applicants for
admission. The CoLamit'ee on Study had before
them twenty pt cachera for examination. Bishop
Bro tra made some pointed remark? to young preach?
ers relative to th; ir duties, and urged upon them
to remain steadfast m the faith uubiascd by thc out?
THEATRE.-Tho inclement weather last eve
uing somewhat iu'ericrcd with thc attendance at the
theatre, yet those that were prc ent seemed pleased
with the performance o', the Lancashire Lass, in
which Miss Annie D eland played Ruth Kirby, with
ber accustomed spirit Tc-morrow evening thia lady
will bake her farewell benefit, and make her last ap?
pearance but one, on which occasion an entirely
new play will be presented, in which several new
actors who have boen recently engaged by Mr. Gil?
bert will make their first appearance. The play is
entitled, "Blow fer Llow," aud was first prcduced in
London, September 5 h. 1869, and is still running
lhere. Itwoild bc wo!l to engaso seats in advance,
The treasurer is in attendance at the theatre daily,
from 9 A. M. till 5 P. M. for that purpose.
CLUBS AND STARS_Tho hst of offenders be?
fore the Mayor's Court was quite small ye-lerda;.
The first case on the docket was a white man, ar?
raigned on the charge of annoying the guests at tbe
Charleston Hotel. He was fined 55.
w ' The next was a young, lonely and erring damsel
by the name of Carrie, who was lodged for being
drunk and disorderly and attempting to break into
Annie Jackson's house in West-street, resisting tho
police and afterwards breaking a water bucket in her
cell. Fined $10, and in default "?ent up" for ten
Jacob Butler, a young hopeful of sable hue, in his
fourteenth summer, was sent to tbe House of Correc?
tion for thirty days for stealing a pair of shoes aid
Henry Spri^ison, white, lodged for being under the
influen?a of liquor and sleeping in the street, at the
coi-.er of Meeting streets.
REPOBTERS' CRUMBS. -City stock waa firm
yesterday at 60.
Henry Coblo, Esq., was unanimously elected presi?
dent of the Peoples' National Bank ot this city, in
stead of the Peoples7 Bank, as previously announced.
The juty iu thc Jones murder case were Lu session
three hours before they brought in a vor diet.
The German Fi: o Engine Company ga rc another
one ot their charming balls lost evening at the hall
ot thti company, dial ?nert-street.
James J. R-cves, principal, and Michael Cyrus
accessory to thc Jones murder, w?ro coxon! ted to
The tte m-hip Ooldea Horn, from Liverpool, ar?
rived yesterday afternoon.
The excitement m thc city consequent on the re?
cent tau der died out very soon.
A mule attached to a dray loaded with cotton,
slipped and fell yesterday on thc street railroad track
at the corner of Wentworth and Mcetifg streets.
The Gilbert muddle has been amicably adjusted,
4and all hands are no v on the best of term i. Happy
Mr. W. T. White, stonecutt r, Mee'ing-strect, has
a neat monument iu bit marble \ard, which is to be
put over the grave of Colonel Benjamin Johnson,
who served iu the Hampton Legion during the war.
The St Cecilla Society gives a ball this evening at
the South Carolina Hall.
THE UxrrED STATES COUBT, JANUARY 27
HON. GEOROE S. BRYAN, PRESIDINO.-The Court
opened at ll o'clock. Tho following causes were
Ex parte Jos. Fwnlr, in re Thos. C. Fountain. Be
ferred to J. C. Carpenter to take testimony and re?
port upon tho validity of the hens alleged to be in
force against Ihos. E. Fountain, adjudged a bank?
Jury No. 1 answeted to their names, and resum?
ed consideration of the case which waa commenc?
ed on Monday, and was under consideration yes?
Mowry & Co. vs. W. L. L.gaett In bankruptcy.
Opposition to full and final discharge on ground of
fraudulent conveyance. Prcssley, Lord k Inglcaby
for pltintiff; Townsend & Hudson and Duryea k
Cohen for defend mt.
Ex parte James Finley. John C. Fanning, Jos. W.
Philips, Edward Argoe, A. M. E'2iv, John lt. Shu
1er, Freeman Conuor, Jo-enh ll. Op >ouheim Julius
H. Oppenheim, Samoa! H. Oppenheim, Petition*
for full and final -iis-ha^e. Tho Rog strar report s
favorable. Fail and final discharge was ordered.
Fx narie E. P. Lak<\ in re H. U. Kinat?. Petition
for injunction. Ordered tut sheriff of Newbury bo
enjoined from selliug roil eitate of bankrapt, _nd
that the ma shil take charge of his effects uutil ap?
pointment of assignee.
The court then adjourned.
THE MVBBEB OF BEX. JOXES.
The Coroner's jury rendered their verdict
yesterday in the case of Ben. Jones ?colored), who
was hilled, on Sunday night, in Calhoun-street
Ihe inquest lasted the greater part of three days.
?nd the jury, which consisted exclusively of colored
men, appearod to bc most anxious to sire ihe truth
Iron the testimony which was brought before them.
The evidonce in thc case may be summed up as
On sunday last ihe murdered man, with Trince
Prioleau, Stephen Jones and James Jenkins, ali of
them coL red, were io company together, and at
about 7 P. M., started out to go to the West Poiut
Hills. After they had gone some distance two whits j
men pass ed Prioleau, who bad dropped behind, and
Prioleau heard Ste) hen Joues call out twice to Ben
Jones to go on home. Prioleau turned to look, and
saw the two white men standing up, and saw Ben
Jone.:, who was in front of them, mu off
the sidewalk, holding bia head down. Piioleau
ran up and asked the white men what was the mat?
ter, and asked one of them whether he knocked
1 tho boy Jones. Ihe man replied with acuno, in
the a flii marivo, and added that he would knock thc
sp eaker, Trioleau, wnothen said, "Ko you can't."
The white man, when some moro words had passed,
drew a knife and made at Prioleau. who ran tc the
middle of the street. Prioleau then returned to the
sidewalk and found that Ben Jones was dead. Prio?
leau did not witness the fatal blow, but could recog?
nize the white man who told him that he had struck
Jones. Jas. Jenkins was walting ahead of Bou Jones,
and beard some one say, "By God, I will not move for
you;" and another person say, "Well, I will not
move for you.'- Directly afler, Jerkins hoard Ben
Jones say, "Oh, Lord!" He turned bael; at once
and taught Jones, who had then been cu'. Stephen
Jones, who was one of th? party, heard Ben Jones
cry out "Oh, Lord," and when he turned met Prince
Prioleau running towards him (thc witness); he saw
three or four white men, who were walking slowly,
and did not disturb bim ; a few minutes later. Pi ince
came up with some bri'-ks in his hand and called
Ben, when witness (Stephen Jones) Faid, "Bow can
you call Beu when he is dead." Princo then ran off.
This witness did not Fee Prince talking to any white
men, nor any boys speaking to him. nor hear any per?
son threaten him, nor did Prince tell witness that Ben
had been ptabbed by a white man when he t Prince)
came up with tbo blicks in his hand; witness did
hear Prince tell Lieutenant Hendricks so after the
body had been carried to tho Louse of the witness.
Thomss Hafferty. wbo resides at No. 73 Calhoun
street, gave the following important testimony:
I was in Calhouu-st'cet at or about seven o'clock
P. M. on the 24th January, 1869, between Middle and
Wall streets, in company with hi ey Morgan, John
King, John Burke,-Armstrong, and I beard
James Beeves suv to a colored mau that it he could
not walk the streets uit'uou. b.ing troubled, that bo
would fix somebody: said Beeves had a knife in his
hand at the time, and I saw h m put it into thc back
of his tants; George Murray went up to him aud
asked bim to come hrnie; tooti him by thc baud
and carried bim to his (Aiurray's) house; whou
Beeves got lo the house he asked if this was. Mrs.
Hurray'*; SToe one eaid yes, and he went
in; I was alongside ol Beeves as ho was
going to Mis. Murray's house, and th?re wa*
a crowd alocg also; I then went to where tho man
was lying, but could not see him, there being such a
crowd around him; heard some persons sing out,
"carry t im to tho doctor;" I h-a-d Beeves say ?she
was going to Mis. Murray's. "I killel," and aomi
tbiug else that rou did if he said, ".he son o: a
bitch." I heard Beeves say to Prince i'rio.eau (col?
ored!, -you son of a bitch i'll give it io you." und I
8HW bim put-bis band behind bis i r-cfc.aud after
.Prince Prioleau ran off, I saw the knife iu Beeves'
bands; deponent toll Mr. Ferguson that he saw
Beeves put the knife bel ind his back.
George Murray, o' No. 51 Calhonn-stu-it, saw
James Reeves and a colored man quarreling. Wit?
The colored man cursed Reeve?, the colored man
having a brick in his hand; Jami a Reeves cursed thc
colored man, saying "I'll cut you, too;" thc colored
man then rtru off, but before the colored mau ran iff
I saw Reeves pick up a kui le. which was on the pave?
ment, and make two or thr< c efforts to cut lim (thc
colored man) with thc said knife.
The names oi the Coroner's jury are as follows: E.
M. Pit ray. Foreman; Samu-1 Dickerson, Jamos Mit?
chell. Alick Edwards, 9. Grant, G. N. Robinson, Paul
F ord, Henry Larcombe A. Gaillard, Stephen Cole
ma n, Samuel Wright, Wm. Anderson, Wm. Herd.
I he following is their verdict: "ilia: Benjamin
Jones came to his death by a wound Inflicted in thc
loft breast with a sharp instrument in the bond or
hands of James -T. Reeves, in Calhoun-steet, on Sun
day eight, thc 24th Jaman-, J869, about half-past
seven o'clock; and that Michael Byrne vas accessory
to the killing."
A BOLD B VEG LAH Y.
Two Negroes enter a House at Night
Desperate and Bloody Combat between
the Burglar and his Intended Victim
Thc Vlight of the Burglars and
Triumph of the Heroic "Woman.
On Tuesday morning, between four and rive
o'clock, while Mr. and Mis. Gcorgu Martin, living at
No. IT Ann-stroet; were lying in bed, Mrs. Martin,
who happened to bo awake, saw two colored men ou?
ter the window of her chamber trova the piazza.
Mrs. Martin lay perfectly quiot and tried to rouse
her husband, who was sound asleep. One of tho
burglars lemained in the caamber, while
the other one wont into tho adjoining
room. 1 bo one who remained in tho chamber Went
towards the bed, and while he lowered tho covering
and felt under the pi.low, had a large butcher's
knife in bia band, which he hold over Mr. Marun.
Mrs. Marin made no sign, but saw all that went on.
When thc bnrglar left tho bed, bc placed tho km fe in
his teeth, and walked about the room, searching thc
drawers, frc m nhl h he tonk thirty-five dollars in
greenbacks and five dollars in gold, in one dollar
pieces. He then went out and joined his companion,
who was operating In the next room. After awhile
he returned, and agaiu approached iho bedside of
Mr. Martni, and elevated the huge kuife over him.
Mrs. Marlin, with great coolness and courage, then
jumped up and seized an artillery sword near tho
bod, and whilo thu burglar's arm was cilcuJed over
her sleeping husbar.d, struck the burglar a terribie
blow, which caused tho tuite to tall from hu prasp.
While he ?looped to pick up th: ku fe, sh? gave bim a
cut on the head, and ashs face swung back, she gave
him stl.l another blow ou tho micheal. As thc
blows frll tho blood fl sw. Tho burglar rushed ut
the heroic woman and succeeded iu giving ber a
severe Li-k in tho side, broaking two of ber libs,
which caused h r lo taint uud la l. Ibis ..woke Mr.
Martin, who instantly leaped out of bcd, but only tn
timo to see bo h of U-c scoundrels jump out of tho
window. 1 hey carried off eleven shins, two petti?
coats, ono new bombazino dress, cns pair of bia :
kets. and thc $35 in greenbacks and : 5 in gold which
they took from the drawer lu tao chamber. They
entered (ho premises by climbing uo tho pius zu.
knowing that there were Acre > dogs in the yard.
Mrs. Martin is s ill in bed, suffering from tho ef?
fects of the severe blow in the side which broke hor
ribs, but is doing we i. This is ono of the boldest bur?
glaries that bas happened in Charleston ; t>utitaflord
ci tuc opportunity tor a display ol female heroism
as remarkable as it is raro
HOTEL AUUIVALS-Jauuary 27.-P (Cition
Hotel.-Misa C F Apham, Florida; S Watson, sum?
ter; J R Nobles, St Thomas; J M Bureau, city; Mr
and Mrs J Wilson, Sa^nnab; Geo E P.'iogb, Dar?
lington; J M Williams, Miles Loudbolt, Barnwell; 8
W Rowan, Columbia; D Louis, Orangebur^; D
Townsend, Edisto Island.
Charleston HotcL-Y. D Leute. Mount Pleasant,
South Caro.'ina; J F Noland, lady and servant,
TJnionvtUe, South Carolina; T R Craig, wife and
child. Miss G Mcinnes and servant, Jefferson Coun?
ty, Georgia; D Risley, Georgetown ; Isaac Plorz
belr.e:. New York; Wm H Fitch, Puiladelphia; Goo
W Meeker, Jr., Ballim.ue; O P H Stero, New York;
John L Green, South Carolina; W Gonld, Jr., and
wife. Albany, New York; LTomkins. Hoboken, New
York; D C Wilson Beautort, South Carolina; M?s K
A Dwight Misses smith, Norwich, connecticut; E J
Taggart, Savauuah; James H Haseidon, Floroaco;
E LLsaoh, ilemfurt; Rev. E 0 Logau, St. Thomas;
F AEustis, Beaufort; Wm Gurney, City ; J D Robert?
son, Buff.ou; Thus U Lyman, Philadelphia; RI
Young and lady, Colum ia, South Carolina; T L
Gridloy. S Boi-klin, J C Crosby, Massachusetts.
i-Si;Sij\ l-Ort.-i -NO'IMC WS.
CHOICE GEXEN AND BLACC TEAS, SI per
pound, ct Wilson's Grocery, ;onthcast comer Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KissiuN'd SALOON.-Oys?
ters in bVeiy style. Mince pies, fresh daily. Hot cof?
fee and choco&to at ah" hours. leo cream every
REGISTERED STATE STOCK.-The attention is
called to tbe sale or this stock advertised to take
placp to-day at the old postoffice.
ALTA YE LA PHOSPHATE.
JT IS COMPOSED OF THE GUANO FKOM
Combined with other fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COMPLETE MANURE.
Thc Company importing tho Guano direct from
tho rich deposit'- of Btrda at ALTA VELA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer net excel,
For sale by
HENRY toni V & CU.,
At Charleston. S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or the
ALTA VELA GU.vNO COMPANY.
No. 57 Broadway, New Vork.
r A TONS A NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO. DlttECT
Ol' from Agent, guaranteed pure.
Apply to WILLIS i CHISOLM.
Jauuary 26 _0
THE LODI MAN?FACT?EING CO.
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO SEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We oiler our DOUBLE REFINE-" P UDREITE.
equal to thc best Superphosphate, at the low price
of $25 per ton. 3his Company also moke a supe?
rior article of Nitrophoepbatc nnd ture Bone Dust.
E. M. J ODD. Smithfield, Va., says where ho n?ed
th? Double Refined Poiidretle on corn it uoutilcd tl e
WILLIAMS BROS , Dover, Del, says it gave their
rhubarb and toniatoe a v igorous growth, ripening
thc lat'cr two weeks earlier.
P. W. HUTCHISON*, sr, near Cherokee, On., says il
nearly doubled bis yield of cotton.
Hon. ELI S. SHOUTER, Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton waa fully equal to odjoiuing reids mauurcd with
tho best Superphosphates.
S. MONTGOMERY, Ellaville, Ga., mya it increased
his crop ot cotton 150 lbs per acre.
G. S. OoLtsBY, Mariot'a, Ga., us? I it on corn and
cotton and ny* it nu rc than doubled thc yield. Ec
regards it the cheapest and usoA rehab.c Fertilizer
withiu his knowledge.
Ex-Governor t KITH, Wat renton, Va,, tried it with
three several crops tho laut and present years, aud
says: ..I pro-jounco it with confidence a most valua?
The Superintendent of Oencial W. R. Cox, Polk
island Plantation, N. C., says: "I thin* the Pouilrette
used for cjru cannot bc surpassed; turd it also on
cotton which produced a largo yield.
Dr. E. M. pENDLtTON, Siaita, Ga., soys: "The
Nitrophosphato of Lime, used ou cotton made 218
per cont, the first year.
Piofessor GEORGE H. COOK, of thc New Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, cays:
"Ibo 1 "outdo Refined Poudretle and Nitrophosphate
of Limo paid us full 100 per cent, above their mar?
ket value m the increase of crops this year."
Address LOiU MANUFAC t Ultl.NG COMPANY,
Box 3139, New York Postofllce. Oillcc No. 00 Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
January U ibstu3mos
QAA TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN G?VNO, EM
OU V Store and lo art ive direct from thc aleuts,
warranted pure. Being among the fi; st who intro?
duced Guano into the Matu, I cnn confidently refer
to my plantiuc friends that in thc scries ot years
that I have sold it 1 have always giv, n them a good
i'urrhasors will find it to their inlorcst to nive me
a call oefore buying, as, from thc f .dlitiej I have, 1
am enabled to put it at thu lowest market pi icc.
I am also Age^t for tho Malo tor ibo I olio wing
standard MANU HES, which I offer as follows:
t-olut'Io Pacific Guauo, '65 cash, or ?70 first No?
vember, 18C9; opprLved security. With 7 per Cent. In?
Battgh'fl Raw Bone Phosphate. SCO ca^h, or $05;
timo a4 above.
Phoenix Guauo, ?53 cash, or ?C5; time as abave.
Wi cox k Gibbes' Manipulated Guano, ?70cash, or
$S5; time as above.
Flour ol Luuo, $65cash.
Farmer*.-* Plaster or Qyp-um, warranted, S3 00
per barrel ot 320 pounds-cash.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Junuaiy 19 tuthslmo DAC
No. 1 PERUVIAN
SARDY'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN."
SARDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIF?C,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURK PHOSPHA?
TE UUAXOS AND GltOUND
TUE USE uFTHE ABOVE SOLUBLE PBOSPHO
PERUVIAN end Ammonittcd Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, boing com
pout de of tho ncr est Pacific Fho-phatic Guano,
rendered soluble; thc former cmtainiug twouty per
cont of Peruvian Guano, and Ibo latter highly ain
moniatod with animal matter-majdog tho most
conceutrateti and profitable f?rtil.zora in usc for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and lobaceo,
For sale in bags and bauvls, in quantics to suit.
Testimonials from ihoao wh > have used thc above
will bc iurni'od on application.
G KA KSK lt, LUE, SMITH & CU.,
General Agents at Charleston.
'?Feed your Land and it will Feed Yon."
Decembor 2-1 DAG thstuiui')
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
rpjJIS GUANO DIFFER* FROM PERUVIAN
.L Guano simply in ?ho relativo proportions of
tho sam.' ch nieuts O? fertility.
Its use during I he past 'our years for the culture
of cotton and -urn has given lo it a character (or
standard excellence tinBmpa^sed by genuine Peru?
vian Guano, and where- soaso as of 'troughi inter?
vene, i produeos a Urge iiicroa-e of crops.
Tho piiec nt wince this Guauo ia placed is so
mu h below that ot'Peruvian Guauo, as to coiii>titutc
it an objo.'t ol' mu:crial importance to Southern
The largo ca; ital ond rcs mrces of tho Company
enabl . it to furnish a Guano of tho luglic t value at
tho lowest possiblo eost to eon;:uuior- and tho
bulliest interest of tho company is recognized in
thia policy. |
1 ho Company looks to large sales, snn 1 profit*1
amt ai>urmauont trade for couii.Oiisaliou on capital
in veal ed.
Dr. SI". JULIEN RAVENEL, ol Sou:h Taro
lina, is Sriciitifio Director io ibo Company,
which affords a sure BUaruntw of th" continued ex?
cellence of tho Guano. None genuine uulc-s brand?
ed with the name ol JOHN s. HE:-', k 'O., Gene?
ral Agents ol tho PAtTFiC GUANO COMPANY,
for terms and mode of sppiiea im. applv to
J. \. KUB-OV,
Agent for tho State m -oniii Carolina,
Nos. 1 nnd2 niau ic Wharf.
December 19 DAG s tu iii J mo
PEI; STEAMER CIMBRIA.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS. BULBOUS
ROOTS, &c,viz: Early and Largo Yoi k <"ab
b ige, Early and Late Drumhead, farly and Late Bat?
tersea, Early and Late FlatDulcn, farly May. Early
Sugar Loaf, I-arlv Ox Kean and Green Glaze cab?
bages, Drumhead and Urcen . 'urled Savoy*, Brown
and Green Curled Kale. Cauliflower. Brocalli, I'ad
ish, Turnips, Bee's. Carro's. sp nach, Onion Seed.
Parsnips, piralev. Locks, Lettuce, Thyme, sage, kc,
kc. Bed and White Ptuutiug Union?.
I 'LOWER SC I.D.
FINE MIXED GEHANIA">S, 69 cuts per parer;
Large Pansy or Hea tsease, Earco Double i uma
tiou?', Picoteo and Pheasant's Eye i'iuks. Mixed Yor
beno, Doublo Blood-red WaJifiowrr. Double Dah la.
Double Gllhflowers, Double l> .Isun-s. 25 cont* per
paper; Scarlet, Whito ano Purple Candi tufts, Double
('trna links. Gilea 'lricolor Dcub'o Hollyorks,
f'.ark.a Pulchella, Larkspurs, sweet William. Core?
opsis, Poppies Mixed Nemophill.i Snap Dragon,
Canterbury Hells, Coxcomb, sweet Mignonette,
Sweet Ai'ssum, Princtes Feather, ('bina nud Ger?
man '.stirs. Primrose Zennla. Petunia. Portulaca,
Phlox Drummond!. Rod Valerian. Rinning V.nes,
kc, ko., 10 o -nts per p ipa ; fino strong and vigo?
rous strawborry P.,mr*, a chutee collection of 'lea
Roso3, Double Dahlias, all colors.
An assortment of DOU-EKPEPING ARTICLES,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
For sale by JOHN THOM*! N a CO.,
No. 2-8 King-street,
January 16 stuthl2 Charleston, S. C.
flgpotit. littra. _
PAN KN I N'S
THE BES'] TONIC NW IN USE.
RECOMMENDED DY THE MEDICAL
LOSS OE APPETITE
AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISOR?
DERED ?TAH? OF THE STOMACH
HEGE HAN & CO.,
Agents In New York.
C. F. PANKffIN,
( hftmist and Apothecary,
No. 1 3 3 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AST* For sale by Druggists everywhere
By single bottle.
By half dozen bottles.
On Account of all Concerned.
BY R. & A. P. CAIiDWELI.
THI3 DAT. the 28 h instant, will ho sold, before
our Store, at half-past 9 o'clock.
5 tierces '10BACCO, suitable I r plantaron use.
10 package? SMOKING TOBACCO.
Condition? cash. _ Jannaty 28
BY T. M. CATER.
WM be sold, THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at
three-quarters-past 9 o'clock,
Ol) tubs BUTTER
300 pieces Breakfast Bacon
10 crates Crockery, tu order
Lot open Crockery.
Conditions cash. January 28
Balance of Slock of a Country Store, Dry
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS D AY. 28th in?t, at 10 o'clo:k, we will sell, at
our Au lion ? al' st oom. No. 135 Meeting-street,
The balance of ST ?CK of a Country Stoic,
CONSISTING IN PAM OF!
FLAN??ELS?.Shawls, Balmorals. Corsets
Ladies" Cloaks Co its. Vests, Tanbt
Boots and Shoos, Men's .'.birts. Fancy Mus has
Marble Clocks, Embroidered Collars, Cuffs, Atc.
A desirable invoice of GOOD-, br steamer Champion:
SATINET PANTS, Men's and Boy's Black Felt Hats
Knit Jockel?, Madras Handkerchiefs, Imitation Silk
Butcher Knives, Belnap Shirt", Ch th Capo
Balmoral Skirts. Scissors, Plantation Combs
Black and Whitey Brown Flax Thread, kc
Conditions cash. January 28
Thirty-three Thoutand Seven Hundred and Fif?
ty Dollars Registered State Stock.
BY li. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
W?1 be sold, THIS DAY, 28th inst., at ll o'clock, at
the Old Postof&ce,
$33,750 "BEGlsTKRED STOCK OF THE STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA," Loan under the Act of
December, 1861. January 28
Positive Sale of it large Gr>y Mare, good for
Draft and Milling Purposes, and Furniture
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'i lock, at bis Salesroom, No. 31
January 28 *
Positive Sale-One McCarthy Gin and Horse
Power al Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at his Salesroom, No. 31
Dorses, Mules, Carts, Wagons; also Furniture,
consisting of Fine Mahogany Chamber Set,
Mar ble-top Bureaus and Washstands, Fine
Mahogany Wardrobes, Mohair Chairs,
Rockers, Carpets, Mirrors, Bedsteads, Bed?
ding, Tables, Countinghouu Desks, Office
and Cooking Stoves, Secretaries, Sofas,
Pianos, ?J-C, al Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TF'8 DAY, tho 28th instant, at 10 o'clock, at his
WATCHES, Jewelry, a Velocipede, Gra'es, Hinges,
and other Sundiies. - * January 28
Potitiue Sale of one Bread Cart (new) and
Harness, Plantation Wagon, (mw) Phila?
delphiamake, Iron Axle; one Plantation
W'.gon, one Spring Wagon, one lot of Hamts
and Harness, one lot of Ploughs, ??c , a I
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock, at bis Salesroom, No. 31
January 28 2*
Jlurtionccrs' Jpritwte Salt*.
Valuable Rice Plantation for Sale.
BY H. H. BcLEON.
At Private Sale
All that VALUABLE RICE PL V NT Al ION. known
as "Botiny Bay," situated on Pon Pon River, st
I'ortliolomcw's Parish, containing one hued, ed and
?:ty (150), acres moro or les-; bounded ou south
and wost by lauds o) thc lato J. S. Asuc, on the north
by londi of hdw.ird harnwoli, and on ibo east by
Ashloy Creek. For terms, kc, apply a* above, at
January 23 stutb3 No 24 BRO \D-SI BEET.
KY WM. McKAY.
At Private Palo
CORNER CHURCH AND BROAD - STREET.
Also, No. 7 1HOUAS-STREET. For partl.-ulars,
apuly at No. 130 MEETING-STREET.
BY J. ERASE It MATHE WES,
Heal Estate Agent, No. CO IJroad-street,
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, or
deep water navigation and healthy locations ail tl?
RICE and COT ION PLANTATIONS and FARMS ll
all parts ol thc State.
CITY i'ROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3oios.
J_^USSEL.L'S m>OK KTORK.
WEEKLY LIST .NEW LOOKS, fcc.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and song, with ninety-nine lirgc steel engrav?
ings, Imperial 8vo. moroco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. Illustrated by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in an elegant binding. $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY BALL, Illustrated by Hcnncsy,
4 octavo, $3.
GHAT'S LLEUY, with seventeon hut Iv colored draw?
ings uud a photographic reproduction cf the
orls'nal manuscript, i io. $0 25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Pot ms of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations. Ho. SK)
THE Binn, by Mich, lot, ill"8tratcd by two hundred
a ul ten exquisite engravings bv Giacometti, $C.
CUBIST IN SONO. or Hims ot tn-manuel, selected
irom all ages by Philip schaff, D. D , b'vo, cloth
gili extra, $0.
COWPKU'S i ABLE TALK, and other Poem?, beauti
tully illustrated by thc moat cm,net English
Arti>ls, 1 volume, ito. S3.
ETOUY WITHOUT AN END, ii om thc German ot Ca
rove, targe- 4 to. wi lb ttftaon beautiful pic?
tures, lu imitation ol'water color?, $7 6".
CHRISTMAS CABOL. by charles Dickens with thirty
illu-tratious, by Eyitnge, .mail 4 ocavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BAKUS, thu choicest urouuciioas of the
Scottish lo'ls, beautifully illustrated, 8vo, 54.
MARMION, bv Walter .-cdt, with fifteen photographic
Illu-traUon , is.
LAYS HF THE HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-throe lllust ations, 8v\.\ .8.
CHAMBERS' UooKOFl'AYS a miscellany ot popular
aniiqume-, two lar-jo volume, r /yal 8vo, fc9.
Tic a li JVC aro all in olegaut bindings.
January t lyr
lt K A T A T T lt A C Tl O N
QUINCY'S ft CO."S t'.IOTOGHAPH AND
FIN 15 ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBI HON lil-' LARGEST ANO
tiuostr oliecliou of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS over
Men in Charleston. They arc perfect copies ol' cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient .md tu udora.
A tito ti g ihe collection moy bu fouud H AL VA 1 OR
RtiSA'S UEAD OF CHRIS 1, Correggo's Magda ene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's Tido
Coming lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rovbot loin's Ei.glisa Scouory, Baxter's
English and Irish sccnerv, VICAB on the Rhum, Tho
Jungfraud, ibo Wetlcrhora, Marian Views, and
The public are respectfully invited to rall and see
these beautiful Works ol Art. They ure offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in thc pnce POROtLAIN riC
1URES. Recent improwmeuts m producing thdhc
pictures enable us to uow offer thc at nearly one
half the former prices, and -lar supe. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VLSI IE AND OTHER
I'LAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
F.-neeial attention given to ??bildrcn. Also to copy,
inn old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Satisfar
lioii in allcases cuar.mtced, and at prioos tr. corres?
pond with ibo ti in ce.
* Sr<U.'?COPIC PICTURES
OTHER PHOTOQRAPflS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUM KER AND MAGNOLIA
At (.educed Prices.
A Gnc collection ot
STEREOSCOPIC VIEiYS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NOR . H CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These ire tho first oud only Photographs ever takeD
in that locality,
q, u l sr B v <K v o..
No. 201 BING-STREBT,
CHABLESrON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
Sale of Household Furniture. ?
Will sell TO-MOBBOW, Friday, 2flth Instant, at No.
41 Wentworth-street, near Mejttnir,
ONE SET PARLOR FURNITURE, one superior
Piano, Bining Room Furniture, Carpets, Bedroom
Furniture, one lot Silverware, lot Crockery, stove,
Cooking Utensils, Ac.
Term? cash. _ January 28
I'VUKK !)K( KKK IN KQtlTY.
Barker vs. Barrow et at.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BBO.
Will be sold, st public auction, on 1UESDAY, the
16th rf February next, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Two Story Brick
Dwelling House thereon, and extensive back build?
ings, in Anson-srreet io ihe City of Charleston, next
north ol the German Church, measuring in front on
An son-street 40 feet; in depth on south line 160 feet,
and on the north line 147 leet; and known by the
number 45 in a plan of the lands of Ancrum.
Terms- One-third cash; balance m one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage; the buildings
to be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and papers.
SAMUEL LORD, JB.,
January 28 th3tul Special Referee.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gray, Master in Equity, vs. Huger, el al.
On WEDNESDAY. 3d February, at ll o'clock, will
bc sold at the Old Customhouse,
All that valuable PLANTATION, situate in St. Pe-1
ter's Parish, Beaufort District, south Carolina,
bounding on Rice Hope, Fife and Clydesdale or Nev?
ille Plantation, known as Murray BRI, und contain?
ing six hundred acres, more or less, as will mote
fully appear by reference to a ?dat of the same by J.
N. Barri lion.
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance in one, two and
three year*, with interest from day of sale, payable
annuaUy. Tbe credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser and mortgage of tho plantation |
sold. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
F. W. M. MACKEY.
Sheriff Charleston County.
January 23_stnthC wi
Jacob Barrett vs. Assignee of Joseph Purcell,
et al - Under Decree, United States Circuit
The undersigned will sell, on 1UESDAY, 2d doy of I
February next, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Poet- [
office, nnder decree of Don. George S. Pryau,
United states Judge for District of Stuth Carolina,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Brick Buildings
thereon (including on the frc nt those occupied by E.
Ladite A co. and <H. H. Del.con), situated on tbe
north side of Bi oad -street, City or Charleston, well
known as the Law Bange, measuring ani contain?
ing and butting ana bounding to the south on Broad
street forty-nine (49) feet eleven and a half (11%)
inches, on tho east linc, from south to north two
hundred and four (204) feet eight (8) inches, on the
west line, from south to north, ono hundred and
forty-four (144) feet nine (0) inches, then to the west
seventeen ?17) foot, and thence northwardly to t ho
brick wall fifty-five (55) feet seven (7) Inches, an j to
the north sixiy-Ovo (65) feet, b? tho said dimension?
a littlemore or les j.
Teims-One-third (%) cash; balance on s credit of j
one (1) and two (2) years, with iuterest from day of j
sale, payable annually, secured by bond of tho pur?
chaser and mortago of tho premises. Premises to
be insured and i ollcy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for stamps and pac ers.
EDWARD W. MARSHA: L.
WILLIAM V. MIEELL.
January 7 thtu7 feb 1 2
Shirts uno /utnisl|iii|) ?oc?is.
A NEW SUPPLY OP
S T J\. Uri
SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Which are offered for sale at
THE LO Wit ST CASH PUKES!
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 9 6mos
ftt) (gg*l3, (tte.
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway.. Kew York.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF'SOUTHERN MER?
CHANTS to their splendid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, &c, &c.
All imported direct from tho Manufacturers,
and offered to thc trado at tho LOWEST
PRICES and moat FAVORABLE TERMS.
FUECHGOTT & BROS.
WIK)'E*ALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE'
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG IO INFORM TUE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, that we have just re?
ceived (in addit'on to our uxual stock of DOM?aTIC
and FANCY GO^i 8), a new snpp;y suitable for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
H- avy Balmoral Skirts at SI 12
Very choice article Black Mik il 80, worth JU 50
Ladies' super Merino Vests only $1
A lot ot fine Piano Covers which will bc sold less
ihau ci st.
150 dozen BOOP SKIRTS, 60 to 60a
A lot ut Photograph Albums, 75 cents
OtteuhMmor's celeoraied French CORSET, $1 00
A fud and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSIu.RY.frum 1*J< up
X fine a - sort ment of Ladies' and children's Silk. Ber?
lin clo.h aud Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS. QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, Sec.,
At tho lowest figures.
Wc would also notify our patrons that Wi- hsve ar?
ranged u separate duuaruiout in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
tS- ENTRANCE ON CALHOUN-STREET.
FUKCHGUTT ? BROS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
A Small House in ' Queen-street, near Rutledge.
W. T. IJITOH & B. 8. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 35 Broad *
Will be sold, ?HI8 CAT, J on nary 28, at the Old
Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
Tbat desirable SHALT/ BOU?E,- containing four
rooms, situated on Queen street, one door from Rut?
ledge; Lot measuring ?9 feet by 107, more or less.
Terms-One-half casa; balance in one year; pur?
chaser to keep the premises insured, and pay us for
papers and stamps. January 28
Valuable Real Estate, at Auction, al Expense
and Risk of former Purchaser-Postponed
from ) tsterday.
W. T. LEITCH & H. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS D*Y, the 28th instant, at ll
o'clock A M., at the Old Postoffice. foot of Broad
street, at the expense and risk of the former par?
chas er, he having tailed to comply with the terms
of the sale.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situate on the last side of Meeting-street, oppo?
site Burns' Lane,.known as No. 166, measuring in
front on Meeting-street, say fifty (50) feet and in
depth sty one hundred and Eeventy-seven (177) .feet,
more or less;bnttirg and bounding north on toads
of Otis Mills and estate of Jamej Gibson; east on
lands Of - Elliot t; west on Meeting-street, and south
on lauds of Ja mes N. Margart Upon this lot is a
three-story, wood Building on a erick foundation,
containing nine rooms, fronting on Meeting-street,
and one other Brick Building in the yard, containing
eight rooms. There is a fine well of water, and also
a cistern in the yard, ac i the front floor of the
hulloing is admirably adapted for a store. The
whole forming one of the most desirable business
locations in tb e city.
Teims-One-third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing Interest from day of
sale at the rate of eeven per cent, per annum, and a
mortgage ol the premises; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay"for papers
andstjmps. LO Di s Mc LAIN,
January 28_Assignee of James^Brown.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. 8. BRUNS,
The undersigned will sell at public outcry on
1 HUBs-DAY, the 18th February next, at ll o'clock
A M., at thc. Old Customhouse, .
AU that LOT. PUCE OK PABCEL OF LAND with
thc buildings thereon, situate, lying and being on
the vest side of King-street in. the City of Charles?
ton, just south ol tue bend m that street; butling
and bounding to the north on lot formerly of John
S. Bira and now of John Siegling, and measuring
thereon one hundred and six (106) feat more or less;
to the east ou King-street and measuring thereon
twenty-seven (27) ieet to the routh on lot of William
J. Jacobi one hundred and two (102) feet six (5) in?
ches, ard to the west on lands of John tiegling and
measuring twelve (12) feet, be the same measure?
ments moro or less; and having such shops a. d
form BB is delineated in a plat of Charles Parker, -
dated in March, 1851, and attached toihedeedof
conveyance from John P. Bird to William Laval,
bearing date the 18th day af February, A D. 185L
suhject, however, as to that portion thereof designat?
ed in said plat as the passageway, and colored yel?
low, to a right of way in and over the same, that is
to say: and it is hereby so dr dared reserved and
graute ', that the said piece or'paroel cf land m said
plat shall forever hereafter be and remain open as
snob for the common use of the said lot haren con?
voyed, and tho lot bonndiog it to the north and aU
the lawful owners and occupants ot the said two lola.
All that PTECE, PABCEL OR LOT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being oe the north slCe of Queen
street in the City of Charleston; bounded on the
Fouth hy Queen-street, on the east partly by lands
of Benjamin Elfe, partly by lands of tho Protestant
Eotscopal Church of St. Pu il p's, on the north.by
lands of the Protestant Congregation Church, known
as the "Circular i burch," and on the west by lands
of John Gordon ; measuring and containing in front
on Queen-street twenty-seven (27) feet on the back or
north line thirty-two (32) feet six (6) inches, and in
depth two hundred and twenty-three (923) feet The
above described Lot of land having been conveyed
by John Deehan, to Preston West and bearing
date 20th December, A. D. 1861, and reooidsd in the
office ol the Register of Me?no Couvcyance, in Book
O, No. 12, pp. tX)9 and 510.
All that PIECE, PARCEL OB LOT OF LAND,
situate, lying and hieing OD the north side of Queen .
street, City of Charleston, and adjoining the one im?
mediately a i ovo described, and purchased by
John Deighan of Jae 3b Brock; measuring and con?
taining on tho north and south linea, from east to
west thirty-one (31) feet, and east and west lines,
from north to south, seventy-eiuht (78; feet; butting
and bonndiog north on lands of the Protestant Con?
gregational t hur ch. ki own as the "Circular
Church," south on lands of Jacob Brock, of which
the lit was once a tart, east by the lot immediately
above described, and west by lands of ,.
AU thatPIEOF, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, with
the BuUdings thereon, situate, lying and being on
tho west side of Wall-street, City ot charleston, and
known as No. 19. measuring and containing m front
on Wall-street, from north to south, thirty-three (33)
feot, and in depth, from east to weat one hundred
und three il03) feet, be the same measurement more
or less; butting and bounding to the mrth on lands
now or onco or Henry Sparnick; south on lands now
or once of the estato of Peter-Laurens; to the east
on Wall-street, and west on lands of - . . AU of
which will more fullv appear upon record in Mesne
Conveyance office, book T, ll, No. 1. page 13.
Perms-One-third (J$) ca.-h; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond of pan hassr and mort?
gage of the premises; bul. dings to bo insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay Assignee for aB
necessary stamps and popers.
W. E. MIKELL,
Jinuary 21 thm8wth2 Assignee Gabriel Davis.
Assignee's Sale. .'?...
BY HUTS0N LEE, Auctioneer.
The undersigned will sell at public outcry, cn the
16th dav of FEBRUARY next, a: ll o'clock A M.,
at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT, PIECE, OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the two story Wooden Building thereon, situate,
lying and being on the east side of Coming-street
City oi Charleston, being the next lot to George
street, measuring and containing in iront on Coming
street thirty-De e (31) feet and in depth ninety-five
(96) feet nine (9) inches, be the same more or less;
butting and bounding on the north on tonds formerly
of estate ot Junes Sheppard, to the east on lands pf
--, to the south on lands of-, and to the west
on Coming-sh eet; ?aid lot being a part of the real
estate of James .sheppard, dacca-ed, and sold by his
executors, under and by virtue of his bat will and
AU that LOT OF LAND on the east side of Com
ing-etteet. City or Charlt-efn. and known as No. 18
(forty-eight), measuring and containing In front on
Coming-street, thirty (30) feet more or less, and in
depth nineti-five i95) feet three i3) inchoe, more or
less; bnttirg and bounding to the north on lands of
-; to the south on landa ot --. formerly of Mrs.
Windsor; to the east on land now or lata of John.
Pair, ksq., and to the weston Coming-street AU of
which wi 1 more fully appear upon record in the
Meauc Office, Book R, No 14, page 303.
All that LOT, riECE OK PARCEL OP LAND,
bciug situate, lying and belutr on the east Bide of
Coming-s'rcat. in the City of Charleston, measuring
and contalmiig m fi\ nt on Coming street thirty-two
(32) feet six (Gt inebe-, bo the same more or less, and
in depth ninety-five (Wi) feet six (6) inches, bo the
sumo morer lies; butting and bounding north on
lands of c.-tat?- ' fjai.es .vhcppaid, to tho east on
lands oi -, to the south on lauds late of estate of
James .-beppard, now cf Oabriel Davit, and to the
west on t oraing-str-et; said lot being a part of the
real oata o ot James s-boppard, deceased, and sold
under aud hy virtue of his las; wilt and testament
by his oxecutors.
All that LO C PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the two story wooden buifdin? and the out?
buildings thereon, beins situate and lying ?n the
north side ot Uuli-street, in the City of Charleston,
end kDown as No. 28, measuring and containing in
front on Bull-street thirty oue (31) feet, moro or
less, and in depth from nor.h to south, ono hundred
and forty-one (111) fe ct. more or less; batting and
bounding north OD lauds ot Pe.er Hasel, to the east
on jaods of G )'. Whitman, to the south on Bull
t treet and to the w st un lauds of T. A. Wilbur.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, SB. ur ed by bond of the purohaaer and mort*
gage of the premises; buildii gs to bo insured and
policies assigned. Purchaser to pay for all neces?
sary papo.s and stamps W. E. MIKELL,
Assignee of Gabriel Davis,
Januiry 21 th m 8 tul
D V A N C K S
TO PLANTEES AND OTHERS
HOLD COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE. INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holnimr are LESS than m the United States, we
TBS CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our fri ends in Liv rpooL charging the Eng?
lish commercial raie of interest, wnich at present is
FIVE PUK CUNT.
And hold aa long as desired.
CLAGBORN. HERRING A' CO.,
January 16 97_
H . SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
OS- OOlce No. 98 fiROAD-STBBBT, north siift
between King and Meeting. May S