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PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCsTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALE THIS DA}'.
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will sel I at ll o'clock, on
Loord brig Baltimore, at Accommodation Wharf, one
hucdred burches bauauas.
MEETINGS THIS DAI'.
Charleston Typographical Union, at 7 P. M.
Cotillion Club,* at half p^st 5 P. M.
STEAMEE FOB ROCKVILLE.-Thc steamers of
the Charleston and Savannah S'cjuipackct Linc nil!
hereafter touch at Rockville, going at J returning.
COCJNTT .SoLicrron.-E. Baynard Seabrook,
Esq.. has been appointed Solicitor for Charleston
ST. PAUL*s.--The Right Rev. Bishop P?rsico
will not preach in St. Faul'? Cat'iolic Church to?
morrow evening, as previously announced,
THE MAETNEB'S CHURCH.-There will be
services in the Mariner's Church, Church-street, to?
morrow, Sunday, at balt-paBt ten o'clock in the
morning, and half-past ihree o'clock in the after?
IaiTEoviarrNT ON EAST BAY.-There ia to bo
a fide store erected on East Bay, at the corner of
Prioleau-street, by Mr Bcnry Bulwinkle. It wiU bo
three stories high, of substantial appearance, and
will add-very much to the locality.
THE CATHEDUAL CUVPEL.-Rev. Dr. J. J.
O'Connell, of Columbia, P. C., will preach at thc
High Ma=s in tho Cathedral Chapel on to-morrow.
Subject-"The Evidences of Christianity." In tho
evening a: half-past seven he will continue the same
BUK OFF OF A Fnma HT TEA rx ON THE SOUTH
CABOUKA RAILROAD.-The up Columbia fie'ght
train ran off the track about forty-six milos from tho
city day beforo ycstei day, brc iking up tour or five
pair; of tracks, but doing no damage to the freight
or cars. AU trains were delayed inconsequence
four or five hours.
GENEALOGICAL THEW.-At "Courtney's,"
Broad-street, there is a genealogical tree, done with
crayon, by a lady artist of this city, which shows
great taste. It exhibits at a glance the lino of Eng?
lish Kings and their families, from William the Con?
queror to Viotoria. lt is historically accu'ate and
delicate in tracing and shadiug. The artist will
make similar ones, or others of different designs, for
fc' To PRESERVE WOOD.-Mr. T. W. Heineman,
Of New York, invented some time sine -, a process by
which wood is saturated n Rh rosin and thus pre?
set ved sound for n in Je tlc time. The American
Wood-Preserving Company L :;t availed themselves
of the patent, and are now introducing this method
of preserving wood in all parts cf the country. Dr.
J. R. Baker is tho aeent for the ccmpany in this
city. Orders may be left at Messrs. Goodrich, Win
eia?an k Co's., or at Bradstreet's Agency.
GREENVILLE B?prrsT FESTALS COLLEGE.
The calaloguc of th's school for 1869 shows that it
stands in the front rani of the literary institutions
of this State. Tn the list of professors we notice the
well known name? of Messrs-. C. H. Judson and P.
C. Dozier, Be v. Ellison Copers and Dr. J. C. Faber.
Situated in one of thc most flourishing and easily
accessible of our up-country villages, the Green?
vale Baptist F<-male College offers rare indnc-inent?
to the parents and gnardims of young lanius.
A CHAHPIOX YACHT.-Tho yacht Henrietta,
the renowned vessel that crossed thc Atlantic, win?
ning the fifty-thousand dollar race, under the owner?
ship of James Gordon Bennett, Jr, is bound on
a Southern trip, with Genoral Van Allen and party.
She .Mil touch?t all iii prominent pom's on thc
coast; and will doubtless pay Charleston a visit
What bas become ot the yachts whose sails once en?
livened our harbor? 'ibis elegant weather would
seem to invite the rivals of hut summer to renewed
trills of speed.
A SMALL Com.-A Californian quarter dollar
was received m this city yesterday, and on account
of the rarity of such things in Charleston, is worth
describing. It is not a United E tates coin, but is
from a fctate cr private mint. It is about as Iorgo
round as a three ct nt piece and vet y thin, weighing
only the sixty-fourth part of an ounce. On one side
is stamped tbc head of Liberty encircled .with stars,
and on the reverse the denomination of the coin in
a wreath of leaves. Tt is very well executed, but
too small for ordinary nee. ' '
Luaus NATUBJE.-There may be seen at the
store of Dre. Raoul k Lynah, corner Em; and Mar?
ket street*, a n mat kable Itmu r aturas, a pig with
two perfect bodies and sets of legs. The body of
one is fused into the side and shoulder of- the other,
from which the fore feet project. From the point
ot fusion thc development H almost natural until
the snout is reached, where tbe dual formation is
again m inirested. There arc also two tongues, ono
perfectly developed, thc othor " adherent to the roof
of the upper j iw. Thu curiosity was brought trom
the plantation of Mr. Bague?, near Green Pond, cn
the Une of the Savannah --nd Charleston Railroad.
CLUBS AND STABS.-MA von's COURT, January
29.-John Smith, white, lying Jo vu drunk in Queen
street. Fined $5.
Robert Jackson, colored, repotted for spilling
night soil from his carts in King-street Fined S5
Lavinia Schwartz, colored, lodged on tho charge of
larceny of silver spoons from Mr. C. Plenge, Broad
street Turned over to the Detectives.
A brown and white doz, found going at large in
Beaufain-street wiihout a license. Olde, ed that thc
owner pay $5. or the dog be killed.
Dick Bichardi, colored, for soiling fowls in Orange
street without license. Discharged.
SOUTHERN STOCES.-Tho JN'ew York Herald,
of Wednesday, says: "The Southern securities yes?
terday sympathized with thc reactionary influences
at work in the goncral stock market, and at the close
were lower for the greater portion of the list The
favorite, Louisianas, dropped from a ha'Tto three
quarters per cent North Carolinas, ex coupon,
were off one per coat. Thc closing quotations on
tho street this evening were a3 tollows: Tennessee
.latxes, ex coupon. G8aG8-? ; Tennessee, new, 6"2iaG8.
Virginia sixes, ex coupon, 5Sa58>i; Virginia, new,
G3??a63&; Georgia.sixcs SJaW; Georgia severu 92>?a
93; North Carolina sixes ox coupons, 63)?aG4; North
Carolina, now, G2uG2>?; Missouri sixes 87,j$a87>i;
Louisiana sixes 16%; Louisiana lc veo sixes TlJ?al-';
Louisiana levee eights 87H ; Alabama eights 93 93,4;
Alabama fives G6a67; South Carolina sites 72a73;
South Carolina, new, 70a71; Mobile and Ohio Rail?
road, sterling. 61a03; Mobile and Ohio Railroad, in?
terest, 62a53; City of Memphis 53>?a5L"'
REPORT?E's CRUMBS.-Tbo sheriff paid a visit
to the jail yesterday and found it in "apple-pie" or?
der. The prisoners need some clothing, which will
bo supplied by thc County Commissioners.
D. H. Chamberlain, Esq., Attorney-General of the
State, reached the ?itv yesterday.
The " boys in bluo" at the Citadel went through a
humber of gymnastic antics on the green yesterday,
to the delight of a gaping crowd of boys of varied
The main drain in Broad-street, near East Bay,
under the city railway, caved in yesterday, and lc't
quite a hole, over which tho cai s had to be pushed.
Tho demand for m iles hero continues. They
broughtfrom $150 to 3137 at auotion jesterdu.
Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, will give an en
tertainment on Tuesday evening next, at No. 300
Thesltarsbnilt byMe.s?. Sawner and Ferguson
will be put up in St. Paul's Catholic Church to day.
It is reported that the Mills Hou-:o is to oe re open
f ed soon under Messrs. Purooll and Horb ich.
A favorite Newfoundland dog belonging to a gen?
tleman of this city has been carried off to Orango
burg. Its return is much desired by its owner, who
has a great affee'ton for it
TETE DESERTED INFANT.-The infant left'in
King-street a lew night? ago, was: broach t-befoi a its
munioipal "Pu" yesterday boorning, sad imfauotions
given to have care taken of lt
FALSE ALARM.-There was a falso alarm of
fire lasl night atout nine o'clock. The ever vigilant
Are men were on the qui vive, and some ol them had
a useless run in the direction of Burns' Lane, where
the fire was said to bc.
AF&ICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL .^CONFER?
ENCE.-Yesterday, the sixth day of the Conference,
Rev. A. G-. Cair piesidod at the opening scivices,
hut THscop Brown was afterwards brought in, being
unable to walk. Rev. David Pickett,- of the South
Carolina Conference, was introduced and mide a
se ort address. The names for ordination wero call?
ed and the conference adjourned.
FINE CHURCH MUSIC_AU lovers of Rood
music who wish to bc regaled wilh a rare treat can
gratify their desire to-moirow afternoon, at four
o'clock, at St. Mary's Ctiuich, when vespers will be
At thc rohearsal last night a foretaste was given'of
what can be'exnee'ed. What was then beard was ex?
quisitely rendered, and there con be no risk in pre?
dict in g that the hymns, antin ms and other music to?
morrow afternoon will be produced in thc most fin?
ished and elaborate manner by a full choir of choice
THE BILLHOLDEBS VS. THE PLANTERS' AND
MECHANICS' BANE.-In this case before Judge Car?
penter, yesterday, Mr. Mc Grady commenced his ar?
gument, gi ving a history of the case ann stating the
reasons which made it necessary to file the bill, in
order that exact justice might be done to all par?
Mr. Wm. Whaley repl'cd, saying that the scope of
the bill was to protect all parties excel t the bill
holders, and that an injucction to stay proceedings
at law could not be granted in this case unless tho
fund was under thc adminstration of thc court.
THEATRE.-A targe audience attended the
benefit of Miss Annie Belaud, last evening, and
wera highly pleased with the peilormance. "Blow
fbi Blow" nos well played throughout. Miss De?
land as .' Mildred Craddock" aid "Alice Pethe?
rick," the twin sisters.gave us the finest specimen of
acting we have seen dui-ir g her engagement Mr. j
Sutt on as "John Drummond" was r-s usual excellent.
Mr. Keese placed "Spreggs," and by his acting of
the character, which is tie most important ho has
played in this city, convinced us he possesses comic
talent in a high degree. All the other membois of
the company acquitted themselves with credit
To- night is the last of the present season, as the
c ompany open in Savannah t n Monday. Miss De?
land will appear in a new play, entitled " Lost in
Lon d on," and "Mr. and Mrs. George Pardey," who
anived in town last evening to join Mr. Gilbert's
Company, will appear ia two comic songs. Let
there be a lull house to bid farewell to tho company.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, January 29.-Charieslon
Hotel.-A K Miller, sa\annoh; Arthur Thompson. C
A Schultz, W Davis, New York; Mw A Dunham, A C
Dunham, C S Lunhsm, H Tceus. Hartford; Rov T
Remington, wile and child, T C Remington, Brook?
lyn, N Y; WL Dav?s, New York; D II Chamberlain,
Columbia; R S Andrews, Baltimore; C J Rice, Mas.
s achusctts; John W O'de Yargoush, Cuba; J E Lyon
Elmira, S Y; J Bawls. Georgia; C H White, E L
Britt, New York; W J Maxwell. Virginia ; J O Potter
a nd wife, Miss Malford, New York; A Curtis, wife,
two children and servant, Yonkers, N Y; J Robinson
WL Hkius and wife, Philadelihia; W chistti, ?
Mail land, New York; EP Morris, Philadelphia.
Pavilion Hot I-W E Fri] p, city; F A Mosa, Troy,
N Y; P Freilas, P Morcson, M Garcia, New York; W
Brower, John's Island; J I Green, Norlh Carolina;
\V W Faust, Bamberg; G A Ecnneily and wife, Mrs
D Baines, ?*rs B F Lee, Graham, S C; W P Dutton,
steamship fea Gull; W L Davis, Now York; BS
McC'ants, Scuth Carolina.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, JANUARY 29
HON. GEORGE S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-The Court
opened at ll o'clock.
In Bankruptcy.-In ro B. H. Read, ex parle L.
McLain. Petition bxwH irr. Grtintrd.
Ex parte J. o. J. Rowe, J. M. Sellers, administra?
tor, C. Zeaglcr, Imanuol Ezekiel Petitions for final
discharge. Refenod to J. C. Carpenter, Registrar.
Final heiring Vb. March, 1SGV.
Ex parte Henry Watorman, in ro J. M. and E. J.
Muirhead. Petition for payment of montes. Refer?
red to J. C. Carpenter, F.6q., Registrar.
Ex porte James B. Brown. Petition for final dis?
charge. Referred to Registrar, and final bearing or
de red on 17th February.
Ex parte Jos. W. Fanning, Jco J. folley, J. S.
Douglass, Marlin Livingston and others. Petition
to preserve lien of mortgage, and for sale. Granted.
Et porto,T. D. V. Jamison, commissioner, and M
C. Argoo, creditor, in re Edward Ar?o:, Lewis 6. R
Kennerly, B. r . Ton, administrator, in re S. P. Izlar;
ex parte Julian Gates, in in Albirt A. Shumakor. Pu'
tibosB to ( stabli-h liens and fer sale. Granted.
Ex parte W. T. Shingler, in rc R. J. & J. M. Muir?
head. Petition to set up lien and mortgage and for
Ex parte George B. Blnnaker. in re John S. Rowe:
ex parte William B. Livingston, in ic F. Livingston;
James C. Pike, in re Fzeklel tc Kohn. Petitions to
estaolish lien. Referred to Registrar.
Ex parte P. V. Dibble, In re Ezekiel 4 Eohn. Pe?
tition to sell property. Granted.
Ex parte J. A. Till, David Steaindor, L. S. Bellin?
ger. Petition for final discharge. Granted.
Ex parte Burnet Livingston, Q. L. Ccoper, W. J.
Carpenter. Petitions for final discharge. Referred
to Registrar, and final hearings named, in tb? first
i nslance on the fourth of March, and the last two on
tho twenty-fifth of February, 18C9.
Ex parte John G. Grant Petition for final dis?
Ex parle C. B. Clever, in re Wm. Knotts. Peti?
tion to seU propeity. Referred to J. C. Corpenttr,
Esq., to take testimony und ascertaiu number and
priority of liens, &c.
Ex ?ario Wm.B. Lee, faa 1. W. Frans. R. C. Fas?
te rling. T, H. Lee, C. D. Easter- i tig. Petitions for
voluntary bankruptcy. Beferred to J. C. Carpenter,
Fx parte John B. Wallace, John H. Wil'iims. Pe?
titions for final di6chaige. Referred to W. J. Claw
E x parte B. H. Read. Petition for final discharge.
Final hearing postponed until 15th February, 1SC0.
Thc Condition of Kintjrstrect.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
You vrill confer a tavor on a number of Tax?
payers, by giving usa small space in your valuable
paper, for the purpose of calling tho attention cf tho
City Railroad Company, or the City Fathers, to the
condition of Kirg-strcot, betweeuVanderhorstand
Line streets. We have never seen it in so dreadful a
condition, as lt is at present, and find it ot this time
in some places impassable for ladies, while it is o
great inconvenience to men, and more particularly
to men of business, not being aMe to cross without
they go to a corner, which to macy is a groat
inconvenience, causing them to loose what
they would otherwieo moko to help them to pay the
heavy burden of taxation now imposed upon them
We believe some one ought to be tesponsiblo for
the streets being kept inproper con tition forman
and beast. The property-holders expect the respon?
sible parties to attend to this without delay.
EL E. Grainger,
bowers A Siicox,
Christopher & Alexander,
George .-. Hacker,
Graman tc Schwake,
J. K. Mey?r,
John A. Cook,
John y. iietjen.
Thom is Bughoa,
John H. Graver,
John F. Buse,
V, O. Ml h aclis,
C. V. H-nok-n,
C. L. Koruahreus,
R?hre & Rohde,
T. W. Speissegger k Co,
H. A. Due,
F. H. Zerbst & Co,
J. H Ducker,
Danirl G. Wayne, Jr,
Wi r. Little,
Utsey ft K. nyon.
James Wiley tc Co,
K. Dn n,
C. Laney Meyer, M. D,
T. P. Forreston.
W. H Andrew ?,
T. E. Gilbert,
Louis Kau i,
John C. Meyer?,
K. G. Rchkopf,
P. Heins, .
C. H. Bobro,
Eric te & Chapman,
Andrews 4 Salvo,
J. ^ Hi'len,
Themas B. Pohl,
G. AV. ?imar,
J H. Oppenheim.
G. J. Lunn.
L-ORardy A. Frampton,
Henry H. Bolger,
C. P. Amma,
Wm. Pi zo!,
O F. Lubs,
' H u . i I ? t-. ; 'i ' A
CHOICF. GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
po un*, atWiTson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and AUBOD streets. Goods delivered free.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters In every style. Mince pies, frtsh doily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at .all hours. Ice cream every
? THE PHILANTHROPIST AND CIVILIAN.-We
would 'call thc attention of the pnblio, and C9pecialy
those of our patrons who trado in Augusta, to the
advertisement ofT3. L. Fullerton, Augusta, Ga., who
is the agent for the sale of those splendid stoves
1 Philanthropist" and "Civilian," mado at the old
established foundry of M. L. Filley, Troy, New York.
These stove: ropresont the late-t improvements in
that branch of manufactory, and have already gained
an enviable reputation in many pa'tr- of this
State, and should b ; in tbs hands of every house?
keeper in the land. Further information can bc ob?
tained on applicit'on by mail t r otherwise to D. L.
Fullerton. Augusts, Ga. -u
Special motif rs.
?F- DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphan'* Chapel on SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, al half-past Three o'clock, by the Rev.
JOUH PO BREST, D. D. 1_January 30
flSrClTADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Service, on SUNPA? MOBSIKO at Half-past Ten
o'clock-in the EVE> ISO at half-past Seven.
?3-?NirARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE SER
YT/"!? will be held in this Church Tr-MORROW MOBN
I, af half-pa t Ten o'clock, and at Night at half
past Seven o'clock.
Prcachlug by the Rev. H. P. CD Tl ER.
Subject at ulght, "Religious Cheer in I/espond
oncy." January 30
??-REV. DR. AV. H. I3ICKS WILL PBEACU
the first of a series of Sermons to Ycutig Men To
Monow NIGHT. 31st inst int, at St. John's Lutheran
Church. Service to commence at half-past Seven
o'cl:ck. Seats froc. A collection will bo taken up
at the close of the service for the benefit of Siudcuts
of Divinity. * 1 January 3t)
?3-J. S. MARUN (LAIE ORUBER &
MARTIN), will beplcoscd to see his friends and ru;
tomcrsatWM S. CORWIN k CO, No. 275 Kins
street, between Wentworth aud Bcaufain.
January- 30 Imo
?STALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishment of WM. S. CORWIN Ar CO., No. 275
K'ng-stroet, between Woatworlh an J Bcaufaio, arc
ol the FIRST QUALIIY. They sell uogoodsbut what
can be warrante! as PURE AND G ENUfNE. This is
an established fact. ? mo January 30
?3-WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from tho Moyunc Districls of China Ihc choicest
clops of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of new i casons,
which arc unrivalled for ihcir strength bnd delicacy
of flavor. We warrant our TEAS lo be pu.-c and un?
adulterated, aud to gi? o general satisfaction. As wo
aretonslantiy in receipt of largo cargorc of Teas, wc
arc enabled to offer to thc public thu Quest chops at
opiice that many dealers offer inferior Tea at. A
trial and comparison will at onco provo th's asser?
tion, aud it only remains for the public to judgo for
themselves. W.M. 8. CORWIN A- CO..
January 30 Imo No. 275 Kin--s'roct.
fST THE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUB
HOUSE GIN, pure, soft and uocquallcd-W. S. COR?
WIN k CO., Sole Agents. Medical men of thc high?
est standing ackaowlodge that Gin, in i's pure state,
has groat medical properties. We therefore place
the CLUB HOUSE GIN before the public with thc
groatost confidence, and moro i articulai ly to thoso
who uso it medicinally, as an articlo that only re?
quires lo be known t? bc properly appreciated.
USS" SI 50 per bottle. $15 por casu.
January KO Imo
t)S- DO NOT TRIFLE WITH DANGER.-A
single spark may kindle a flame lhat will consume a
city, and .-mall ailments neglected, may end in fatal
dirunter^. rx ai mir ture raer iii murr, rei nrrr nisi
symptoms of debility or ncivou-; prostration be met
promptly with invigorating Ircatmcnt. Foremost
among the vegetable Ionice of the age stands HOS
TEITER'S STOMACH LI IT* Lc*, and whenever thc
vital powers seem to languish, or there is any rea?
son to susptct that the animal functions essential to
thc euston ution and purtiicat'on of thc u ?dy arc im?
perfectly pei formed, this Invaluable iuvigorant and
antiseptic should at once be n sorted to. Indigestion
always produces weakness^. Somestinioa it happens,
-and this is more frequently tho case in Winter
than at any other season,-that thc appetite dotnantls
moro food than thc stomach can digest ; though uot
mere, perhaps, lhan is required to koop up tue tull
strength of i he frame. Thc object, under such cir?
cumstances, is to increase t'. e digestive capacity of |
the ass:mulaling organ, so as to make it equal lo thc
duty imposed upon it by the appetite, and capable of
supplying thc bui'dijg material of the system as fast
as lt is required This object is fully accomplished
by the use of the Bitters. They tone and gontly
stimulate tho cellular membrane which socrctes the
gastric juice, and tho result is that tho solvent is
mingled with the food in sufficient quantity to con?
vert all its nourishing particles into pure and whole?
some clomcnt. If, ou the other hand, thor ? IS a de?
ficiency of appetite, without any corresponding defi?
ciency of dlgoitive power, the effect of the tonic is to
stimulate o d esire for food. In nineteen cises out
of twenty, heartache, nausea, nervousness, fainting?
fits, spasms, and, indeed, most of the casual aches
and pains to which humanity is subject, proceed
primarily from indigestion complicated with bilious?
ness ; and for both thece complaints HOsTETl'EIVS
STOM ACH BITTERS oro recemmended as a speedy
and certain cure. DAG G January 30
fB- NOTICE.-DURING MY ABSENCE
from the State, Mr. J. ALFRED CAY will act as my
Attorney. HENRY DALY,
January VJ 3 No. 29 Hayno-strret
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. - ALL
persons having elaiuis against the Estate 'of tho lato
IL fl. WILLIAMS will present tho same, properly
attested, to Messrs. BRO A N k MIKELL, Attorneys
at Law, Law Rango, Broad strett, and oil persons
indebted to said Estate will please make pay m mt to
thc same. H. H. WILLIAM:*,
Novcmbor 21 2omo3mo
?S" RECEIVER'S NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGN BD, having been appointe J Receiver of fhe
late firm rf DAWSON k BLACKMAN, hereby gives
notico that all claims against sud firm must bo pre?
sente! tj him, an! oil persons indebted mu?l make
payment to JNO. T. HUMPHREYS,
January 13 No. 27 Broad-street.
?S- ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PEiiSONS
having dcm md's asai-isi the Esta c of the late Cap?
tain JOHN PALMER, of t. Stephens' Parsh, are re?
quested to r resent them properly attested, and those
indebted to said E.-tate to mike payment to me.
8. W. PALMER,
Administrator Estate John Palmor,
January 2C tutbsS 8i- Stephen's De? " S. C.
.STSOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM?
PANY, AND SOUrWESlERN RAILROAD BANK.
1 he attention of the Stockholde-s of tho above In?
stitutions la respect ?ul ly called to the following reso
ution, adopted at tho annual meeting, February,
"Resolved, TLot hereafter new proxies shah bc rc
qu'red at caril annual mooting."
And notice is hereby given that proxies will cot be
available al tho next mee ling .ninth and tenth proxi?
mal unless cie.h signature is stamped with s ten
costs Internal Ravenuo Stamp.
JOHN Y. STOCK. ) Committee
L. il, HENDRICK-,} to verify
A. W. BURN li CT, ) P i' o x i ea.
January 21 thstuO
es- ''IF MEN OR WOMEN COULD BUT
find tho fabled fountain which is slid to rcolore
health, aud strength and beauty, wi h what cago."
noss they wou d rush to dria'< its watara." It is
found in the S. T.-1350-X. Tho sale or tho PLAN?
TATION BI TIERS is without a proccdonf in thc
history of the world. They aro ot once tho most
speedy, str?ng'.boaing heaUh-restoror ever discov?
ered. It requires but a singlo trial to undorstaud
MAOSOLIA WATER.-Superior to tho best imported
Gormat. Cologne, and sold nt hali' the price.
January 26 tuths3
?S-THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE ADUL?
TERATION ,of Liquor* is carried on in tine coun?
try makes it tho ddt; of the purchaser to investi?
gate the merits of the article offered for sale. It is a
welt known fact that many of tho Brandios< Wines,
bc, are manufactured from French Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, which is poisonous, thereby
causing many injurious effects.
Ihe public is justly suspicious of nearly every
thing put up for sale under tho namo of Liquors, and
the trade has been brought into disrepute, and in
order to insur; to those who desire a Pure Article, it
is only necessary for us to say that we Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warrant them per?
fectly pure as originally imported.
All Bot tl d Liquors bearing the lobols of W. S.
CORWIN b CO., can be relied upon as being pure.
tfg~Purchasers should no ice that the Paper Cap
over the cork is not broken. We piy for Bottles that
have our labels on, One Bolter per dozen, when re
t ure ed. Imo Januar}- 30
?JTRIVER BAPTISM-SALEM BAPTIST
CHURCH.-The Ordinance of Baptism will take
place at the loot of Tradd-strei t, TO-MOBBOW. Janu?
ary 31, 1869, between nine and ten A. If. The public
at lirgo are respectfully itviled *o attecd. Tbore
will be a collection taken up for the benefit of the
Church. Bev. W. CARR, Pastor.
S. W. CARR, Jr., C. C.
January 30 1*
US' COLLETON -IN EQUITY.-BENJA
MINST0KE5, ADMINISTRATOR DE BONIS NON
OF G. H. MUCEENFUSS, DECEASED, VS. THOMP?
SON MUJKENFUSS AND OTHER?, HEIRS AT
LAW OF G. ti. MUCKfcNFPSS, DECEASED, AND
DAVID GAVIN AND OTB ECS, CREDITORS OF G.
H. MCCEEXrC-)*, DECEASED-BILL TO MAKE
REALTY ASSETS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
It ap: earing to my satisfaction that ISAAC MUCK
ENFUIS, one of tho defendants to thc above bill is
absent from and without tho limits of the state, so
that the process of the Court cannot be served upon
him, on motion of TRACY b MALONE, Plaintiffs
Solicitors, it is ordered that the said ISAAC MUl'K
ENFUSS do plea-', answerer demur to thc said bill
with;n forty days from thc nr?t publication of this
order, or a Decrocpro onfesro will Lj ordered of re?
cord against him.
Office Clerk citc.it Court, Wallerhoro", 20th Janu?
ary, 18C9. A. C. SHA I-F ER, C. C. C.
January 30 1 feb 20
DST AT TBE ANNIVERSARY IfJsE UNG OF
tho Young Men's Charitable Society, held ou the 4th
instant, (he foliowing gentlemen were elected to
serve for ho ensuing year. 18(19 :
C. J. TAL Bi-RT; President.
C. WYATT. Yico-Piesidont.
J. L. FENN ?CK, secretary.
T. MILLLR, Treasurer.
Committee of Arrangements.-H. C. Bammond,
chairman ; I?. D. Mc Alpine, J. Ogliaby, S. Washing
ten, W. Walker.
Committee on Charity - P. Nisbet, B. Bowons. E.
Corbet. 1* January 30
OS- rURSUANT TO A DEL REE OF THE
High Court of Chancery, marl? In a cause "Van Zny
lcw against Weber," tho creditors of THOMAS
HIGHAM (?ale of Margate, ia the Isle of Thanet, in
the County of Ktnt), Esquire, finnerly of Charles
ton, iu the State of South Carolina, in the United
States of America, (who died ou or about tho TWENTT
rinsT DAT OF M.uicn, 1863.) aro on or before the
TWENTV-SEVEHTH DAV OF FEBRUARY. 18??, tO Send
by post, prepaid, to Messrs. ROBERTS A SIMF
SON. of > o 02 Moorgate-stroet, in thc City of Lon
don. the Solicitors for the defendants, VICTOR
FERDINAND WEBER and FRANCIS CHARLOTTE
HIGHAM. tho executor and executrix of thc de?
ceased, their christian anl surname?, addresses
and descriptions; thc full particulars of their claims;
a statement, of their accounts, and tho nature of tho
securities, if any, held by them, cr in default there?
of ihoy will be peicmptori'.y excluded from the bene?
fit of thc said dc.-rco. Every Creditor holding any
security is to producj the samo bet?re the vice
Chancellor, Sir GEORGE MARKHAM GIFFORD,
at his Chambers, situated No. ll Now f quare,
Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, on the EIGHTEENTH DAT
OF M AUCH , 13G9, at 12 o'clock at noon, being the time
appointed for ?.diudiiu?ntr ou tho pliiir**
ratea mis "in day ol January, 1809.
HENRY LEMAN, Chief Clcr'i.
VAN S A ND AW COVISG b SONS, No. 13 Kintr
stroec, ChcapsUe, London, Eoglaad, Plaintiff's So?
licitera, s wt 3 January 23
??.COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JANPAM: 18. 1809.-The following
uamcd persons are recognized a? ASSISTANT AS?
SESSORS, appointed under thc act providing f?r tho
Assessment aud Taxation of Property, for the Coun?
ty of Charleston, to wi I:
Fifth Uietrict. lying cast of the Santee Canal and
Cooper River instead of east ol the Northeastern
Railroad and the Cooper Rivor, as previously pub?
lished), S. D. RUSSELL, and-.
Sixth District, lying west of the Santee Canal and
Cooper River, E. P. MIK ELL.
Sc von1 h District, comprising all of thc Parishes of
St Andrew'sand SL John's CoUcton, IDOS. A. RAY?
NARD. A. J. EANSIER, A. C. C.
OS- AUDITOR'S OFFICE. CHARLESTON
COUNTY, CHARLESTON, JANUARY 8TH, 18G9.
The following divisions of this County into Assess
nu nt Districts, andosdgum jnts thereto of As'essors
for thc asssesment of real and personal ^property,
taxable under tho oct "Providing for tho assessment
and taxation el projorty," passed september 15th,
18G8, i9 hereby published for general information, to
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
Fii st Dish ict-Comprising Wards Noe. land 3, lying
cast of Mooting and .-outh ot Calhoun streets-Mr. F.
Q. McHUGH, Assessor.
Second District-Comprising Ward H Nos. G and 7,
east ol Klug-str. ct and south of tho city boundary
linc-Mr. BtNJ. K. KINLOCH, Assessor.
Third D.strlct-Oomprising Wards Nos. 2 and 4,
lying west ol King sud siu-li uf Calhoun streets
Mr. JOHN W. KISGMAN.
Foui th District-'Jompri:-lug Wards Nos. C and 8
lying wost Of Kiug.s'rcet aud south of the city boun?
dary line-Mr. J. M. F. DEREEF, Assessor
Filth Distnc'-Comptt}*nj all ?h.i SJ-'ion ol
country wiitin the county lying ca?toi tho Sanlei
Caual and tho i'ooper River, oonehjfing of thc Par?
iahes of St. stephen's, St. Jam 8' Sau Ice, St. Thom?
as, Ubtiat Church, and the adjacent islands, includ?
ing that portion ol' St John's Uorkeloy, cast of ibo
cbnve named lino-Mr. S. F. LEQULX, Asses
sor, Messrs. S. D. BUoSKLL and J. D. UIND3, As?
S?xth Dittxtel-Cfemprfoing all tba! so lion of coun?
try within thu county lying west of the San iccCana]
and tho Cooper River, consisting ol si. Jamos Goose
freck, and that p rtioa of st. John' < !'.. rkolcy, not in?
cluded in the Fifth District-.Mr J W. GBIKF?N,
Assessor; Mr. E. S. MIKELL, Assistant.
rcvenlh District-Comprising allot tho Parishes
of *t. Andrew s and st J mu's '.'olieron, and tho od
lacent islauds-Mr. WILLIAM DARI', Assessor; Mr.
THOMAS A. BAY1TARD, Assistant.
Eicn Asse-ST ta required t) com J!O O lue ass-ais.
ment wldiiu ids district before thi 15? 1 diy of
F.jhruiry, ls'GO, employing an assis ant. ifdoeme-l
leiHftrr, and tocoafiiu hinsei, wi thi'i tin dis?
trict to which hi is argued, oi'STvia^' strictlv t ie
bound ry HUSH of the samo. Whilo cich Asse3jor
B?.oud ireful to avoid as fir as posiib'o ai.y
I baie that may 6cem Uko an unno rssary lnv st ?
anton into the private ufLviri of l?o tar- -av r, ho
must at thc simo tima u? ev-ry proper insana to
satiaiy bhiiSelf as to the correctness ol tho eturns
It is mo-t Important that tho Aasoisors and all par?
ties lnterostol shoulJ understand that tho yeur for
which this assessiuout Ls made termlnatos on tho 1st
day of Serwinbor, ??St?; and that it is tho property
which has been held by tho tax-payor duriug tho
year prccediug fiat dats that is te bc assessed for
Each Assessor hercio named and assignel to a dis?
trict ls required to cn'.orupon the discharge ol'his
dulles on AlOSDAY, tba ltth instant, and to rcpoit to
tht9 ofllie nhcnovorit may bo deemod necessary.
Assessors should read carefully tho act providing
for tho a-sossiU'iut aad tax?Uoa o' prone -ly. aud ?ho
instruction to As: cisors appended thoreto.
A. J. RAN:-1ER,
Auditor Charleston County.
Janunry 9 _B]m0
?2-3UY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
KUI lil'E b OHAPMAN, corner Kine and Radrllffe.
streets, and get a better article for the same money
than at any other establishment In the city.
November 14 3mos
1 Afl T0N9 PERUVIAN GUANO, WARRANT
L"v/ ED fine, direct from the Agents, now land
ding por Scho-ner Constitution, from New York.
Vor sale by J. N. ROBSON,
?January 3U PAC 1 N03. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Z(\ TONS A NO. 1PEBUVIAN GUANO, DIHECJT
t)\J from Agon*, guaranteed pure.
Apply to WILLIS & CB3S0LM.
January 26 6
NITRE BEDS FERTILIZER.
A6?PFR10R MANURE FOR ALL CROPS.
Manufactured from Animal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitre purposes, by the Confederate Gov?
ernment. Teatime mais of Its value shown.
For sale very low by
J. W.. S PR AGUE & BBOS,
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINSMAN A- HOWELL,
No. 153 East Boy.
WELCH k BRINDES,
January 20_ws9 - No. 67 East Bay.
GOULD'S ALKALINE PHOSPHATE.
fXlHIS'ARTICLE, BESIDES BEING A FIRST-CLASS
JL Fertilizer, kills all wot ms and insects which
destroy our Fruits, Vegetables, Ac. A limited
amount offered for $30 a ton in order to give our
planters a chance to try it on the Cotton Caterpillar.
This is far below its cost, and thc amount offered at
that rate is limited. Apply at once. $30 a ton.
P. J. ESNARD,
Commission Merchant, Broad-street.
January 20_9 Charleston, 8. C.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE.
JT IS COMPOSED OF THE GUANO FROM
Combined with other fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COMPLETE MANURE.
Thc Company importing the Guano direct from
the rich deposit roi Birds at ALTA VILA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer not excel?
For sale by
RLMIV CORIA .& CU.,
At Charleston. S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or the
ALTA VELA GUANO COMPANY,
No. 67 Broadway, New York.
Januaiy 24 Imo
Qfifl TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, IN
(j\J\J Store and to arrive direct from tho agents,
warranted pure. Being among 1 ho first who intro?
duced Guano bato the Mate, I can confidently refer
to my pbinting friends tbat in the series of years
that 1 have sold it I have always given theta a good
Purchasers will find it to their interest to elvo me
a call oefore buying, as, from tho faclltUe> I have, 1
am enabled to put it at the lowest market price.
I am also AgeLt for the State lor the following
standard MANURES, which I offer as follows:
Solu i le Pacific Guano, i CC cash, or *7U first No?
vember, 1809; opprc.vod security, with 7 per cent. In?
Baugh's Raw Bono Phosphate. $C0 cash, or $05;
time a* above.
Phoenix Guano, $53 cash, or $65; time aa above.
Wi cox k Gibbes' Manipulated Guano, $70 cash, or
$80; time as above.
Flour of Bone, $65 cash.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, warranted, $3 50
por barrel of 320 pounds-cash.
.J. N. ROBSON,
. Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Januatyl9 tuthslroo mc
THE LODI MANUFACTUBING CO.
INVITE PLANTEES AND FARMERS TO SEND
l'or a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We offer our DOUBLE REFINED P UDRETTE,
equal to the best superphosphate, at the low price
of $25 per ton. Ibis Company also make a supe?
rior urtinie of NitroDbosuhauiamd mrc Bone Dust.
ace tLT"ttuii?a?n?~7 -
E. M. IODD. smithfield. Va., says whore ho used
the Double Refined Poudrettc on corn it doubled thc
WiLLiAats Bnos , Dover, Del, says it gave their
rhubarb aud tomatoc- a rigorous growth, ripening
the lat'cr two weeks eariier.
P. W. HUTCHISON, Sr , nearCberokco, Ga., says it J
nearly doubled Iiis yield of cotton.
Uou. ELI S. S'HOBTEB. Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton iva? fully equal to adjoining holds manured with
the best Suporphosphatos.
S. MoNiooMXBT, Ellaville, Ga., say? it increased
his crop of colton 150 lbs por acre.
G. b. OGLLKEY, Mariera, Ga., usc I it on com and
cotton and say- it nn-ro than doubled thc yield Be
regards lt thc cheapest and moa rehab.e Fertilizer
within his knowledge -
Ex-Governor 1 MITH, Warronton, Va,, tried it with
three several crops the last and present years, and
says: 'T pronounce it with confidence a most valua?
Ibo Superintendent of General W. R. Cox, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "I think the Poudrette
used for coru cai not be surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced a large yield.
Dr. E. Al. TEN un-TON, Starla, Ga., says: "The
Nltrophosphate of Lime, used on cotton mado 218
[)er cent, thc first year.
Profeseor GxoMOB II. Cooa, of thc Now Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Rruuswick, cays:
"Tbc Lourde Refined Poudrette and Nitrophospkale
of Limo paid us full 100 per cent, above their mar?
ket value lu thc increase of crops this year."
Address LODI MANUi'ACiCRING COMPANY,
Box 3139, Now York Poatofllce. Office No. 66 Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
January ii ihstuSmos
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
SAR DY'S '-SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PEBU VIAN. "
sARDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURU PHOSPIIA
TIC tiUAIVOS AND GUOl \U
'LA KD PL A STE H.
THE USE OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE PBOSPHO
PEH?VIAN and Ammoniated Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, being com?
pounds of thc richest P.cific Pbo.-pbatic Guano,
rendered soluble; the former containing twenty per
:eot. of Pc.-uviau Guano, and ibo latter highly am
mouiated with animal matter-making tho most
sunceutratcri and pro?table fertilizers in usc for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For sale m baas and barrels, in quanties to suit.
Testimonials from ihose win have used the above
will be lumped on application.
QUA ESE lt, LEE, SMITH & CU.,
Gcucral Agents at Charleston.
?Feed your Land aud it will l<'cc<l You."
December 2-? PAC llistu4mo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANYS
rpHIS GUANO DIFFERS FROM PERDVIAN
L Guano simply In 'ho relative proportions of
tho same ch men ts of fertility.
Its use during tho past tour years for tho culture
of cotton and -orn bas given to it a character for
standard excellence unsurpassed by gouulnc Peru?
vian Guano, and where soasous of drought ?nter
veno, 11 produces a large increase of crops.
The piice at wince this Guano is placed is so
much below that of Peruvian Guano, as to constitute
lt on object of material importance to Southern
The large capital and resources of the Company
enable it to furnish a Guano of thc higbod value at
the lowest possible cost to consumer- and the
highest interest of tbe Company ls recognized tu
1 be Company looks to largo sales, sinai profits
and a permanent trado for compensation on capital
Dr. bl'. JULIEN BAVENEL, of Sou'h Caro?
lina, is Scientific Director to tho Company,
which affords a Hiiro guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of the G.iaiio. Nono genuine uulo^s brand?
ed willi tho name ot JOHN S. REfcsK k CO., Gene?
ral Agents 01 tho PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and modo of application, apply to
J. ?V. mus o A.
Agent for the State ot .-ouihCarc?na,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlaniic Wharf.
Dccem' cr 19 DAO stuthUmo
H . SASS,
ATTORNET AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
4S- omce No. 98 BROAD-STBEET, north side
between King and Meeting, May 8
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAT, 30th inst., at ll o'clock, will be sold, on
board the brig Baltimore, lying at Accommodation
100 bunches BANANAS, io fine order.
Valuable Plantation at Auction..
Bi JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
By "irtue of an order of aale to me directed by ?he
Ron. George S. Bryan, Jndge of the United States
Jourt (or ibe District of South Carolina, I will offer
for sale at Public Auction, on FRIDAY. February j
12, ar. ll o'clock A.M., at the Old Poste nice, foot of j
All that PLANTATION OB TBA CT OF LAND In
St. Thomas Parish, in the County of Charleston,
bounded by lands of Georgo Elfe and -Poyas,
Dan iol's Island ( reek, Clouter's Creek and Cook's
Creek, and containing tu o thousand three hundred
and ninety-five'2395 acres, more or less.
Term*-One-third cash ; balance in five equal suc?
cessive annual instalments secured by bond of pur?
chaser bearing interest at the rete of 7 per cent, per
annum, payable annually, and a mortgage upon the
prem is es. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
Ass'gnee of B. J. and J. Murry Muirhead.
Fordham's Hall and Barroom, No. 178 Meel?
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will bc sold on TUESDAY, 2d of February, at the
Did Postoflloe at ll o'clock,
That desirable two story BRICE BUILDING,
known as Fordham's Hall and Bairoom, No. 178
Meeting-street; good brick kitchen attached. Fix?
tures not to be sold. Measures 30 feet front by 131
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, teemed by bond and mortgage,
property to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
W.T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Under and by virtue of a Decree of I he Court of
Eqnity for Charleston Count?, I will sell, nt Pub'ic
Auction, THUBSDAY, (ho 4th February prox., at
ll o'clock, on the premises, No. 17 Broad-street,
ALL THE STOOE IN TRADE AND FTX1 ORES OF
A WEL L APPOINTED DRUG STORE,
rossrsTTyo TN FAST OP: '
TRUG'-*, Mhl'IClNEN, Perfumery, Fancy Articleg.
Bottles, Jurs, COBT.OI1CB, Counters, Scales, Surgical
Instruments, and all the necessary Founts (or manu?
facturing Sodawater. Also, the Good Will of the
obtablisbnient. JOHN T. HUMPHREY8,
Receiver ot Dawson A Blackman.
Terms of sale cash. ws5thl January 20
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Under and by virtue of a decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston County, I will sell, at public
auction, on WEDNESDAY, the 3d day of February
prox., at ll o'clock, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND with the three story Brick
Store and outbuiloings thereon, situate on the south
side of Broad-street, corner of Gadsden's Alley,
known as the No. 17, measuring and containing in
front on Broad-street twenty-seven feet 6ix inches
(27 ft 6 in.), and in depth onGadsdon's Alley ninety
three icct six inches (93 tt 6 in.), be the said dimen?
sions more or less; cutting and bounding to the
north on Broad-trrcr, east on lands now or late of
-, to'ttL on lands now cr?ate of-, and west on
Terms-t nc-third cash; balance in one and two
years, recured by bonds cf the purchaser, bearing
i ti tor cst at seven per cent, por annum, payablo semi
annually, secured by mortsagn of the promises
buildings to bo insured and tho pobcy assigned
Purchaser lo pay for papers and tor stamps.
JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver of DAWsON A BLACKMAN.
January 13 \rs7
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Hotel in
Camden, known as DcKcib House.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO
On TU?"-D.Y, tho 9th of February, 1869, at ll
o'clock A. M., will be sold at the Old Postofflce,
The HOTEL tn Cm len, known as the DEKALB
HOUSE, situate on the northeast corner of Braid
and De Kn lb strce's. Tho lot boba? known and dls
tinguishcu in the pLin of Camden as part of lot No.
773, measuring ono hundred feet on Broad-street,
three hundred and twenty-two leo'.onDeKalb-atrcet;
bounded north by lot No. 772, east by remaining
I ortion of lot No. 773, south by DeKatb-street, and
west by Bro id-street.
Tums-Two thousand four hundred dollars cash;
tho balance on a c edit of one, two, three and four
j, ea c*, ?curca oy Dfiuii ana morrjr.iuorwrm"rmiianig3-j
in-ured and policy assigned. Purchaior to pay for j
stamps and papers.
BENJAMIN Y. PIPPEY.) Assignees
WILLIAM S. WILSON, J in
JOHN BYERS, J Bankruptcy
(Of the firm of Tracy, Irvin k Co., Bankrupts, New
York.) wsO January 20
^Lurtfanfcrs' grioatc Snits.
KY WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
CORNER CHURCH AND BROAD - STREET.
Also. No. 7 THOMAS-STREET. For parti.ulors,
apply at No. 130 MEETING-STREET.
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agent, No. 96 Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, oi
deep water navigation and healthy locations an Mu
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ll
all ports of thc State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 Senos,
JJOLMES di .MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad'itrctt,
Charleston, fe. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend t? Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sao of Stocks, Bonis, Gold,
Silver und Beal Estate.
To tho Purchaeo of Goods and Supplies for parties
in thc country upon reason able terms.
GEODOF. L. HOLMES.AI.EXA.VOEB MACBETH.
Janu Ty l_lyr
J DRAYTON FORD,
B1?OKEE, No. 40 BROAD-STREET,
BUI'S AND SELLS REAL ESTATE AND PUB?
LIC AND PRIVAIE BONDS, Stocks and Securi?
ties, of all kinds. Also, negotiates Loans on Real
Ks tate ond Stock CoRatorals.
Y. LttlTCU di R. S* BR?NS,
MONEY AND REAL ESTATE
No. 35 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C.
TT OWMDES tb GRL11BALL,
No. 26 Broad-street,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION,
kc, kc, kc
Reutins of Houses attended to.
T- PINCKNET LOWNDES.BEMLLKY G BIMBA LL.
J H . AV I LS ON,
No. fi Broad-street.
GOLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES, COUPONS,
STOCKS AND BO*DS,
nought and Sold at Market Batea. Chock? on
New Y.^rk and Blismore, and Drafts on England,
Ireland, Pans aad Ber.ln,
Jauuary 1 Imo
gAMTJEL C. BLACK,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. ?6 Broa d.strcct ,
Charleston. S. 0.
Transactions made at auction or private sale.
January 1 _lmo
Ii . D c L E O N ,
Charleston, S. C.
WILL BUT AXD SELL OS COMK?3BIOM,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS,
GOLD, SLLVEB. BANK BILLS AND
Janu ? ry 1 IT0
BY BOWERS & SILCOX,
Will be sold on TUES DAY next, in front or the Old
Fostoffice, Broad-street, at ll o'clock, , , ,
The WIDOW OBIM ES' TBA Ot OP LAND, on ??
Edisto Biver, three miles from Parker's' Perry, on
the Ferry Bead, adjoining lands of tZrt. Boil to fha
north, on the south;by fonds- of D. Biker, on the
east by lands of estate of ? "haw, containing 509 acres,
more or less, ZO acres of which la under fencing, 100
acres is good Bice land; with two settlements on the
piare, about one mile apart ; the .cleared land was;
planted last year; the balance.of hind is well wooded
wbh Pine, Oak, fte. There is, in all probability,
marl on the place. -,
Conditions-One-half cash ; the balance in ons
year from day of sale, with bord and mortgage of
ibo place. Purchaser to pay B. ft S. for papers and
stamps._lusa January 26"
Residence in Rutledge Avenue.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSS?RE.
Oa TUESDAY, the 9th day of February, aili o'clock
A.M., will be sold at the Old Postofnce, t
All that LOT OF LAND, with the desirable Wood'
en Bosidence thereon, situate on the east side of
Butledgo avenue, being the third home north of
Badcllne-street, containing six upright and ona
dressing room, pantry, private stairs, -double jjtsmg?L
slate roof.cistern, ftc. On the premiises arc.ldtchasu
carriage house, stable, and ample accommodations'
for set vants, 'i he Lot measures about 12 feet front
by about 115 feet deep, more or less.
Conditions-$2000 cash ; $1500 subject to an "An'
ti bellum" tond and-mortgege, on which a credit of
one year wiU be al owed; the balance' of the purchase
money to be by bond, payable in two years from day
of sale, with seven per cent annual interest, to ba
secured by mortgage of tho property; the buildings
to be kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay for all necees? ry papers and stamps.1 . " ?
January 29_ fstnthsmtnT
UNDER DECREE IN EQ,UIT Y.
Gray, Master m Equity, vs. Buger, et al. ?.
On WEDNESDAY, 3"d February,- at ll o'clock, wal
be fold at che Old Customhouse,
AU that valuable PLANTATION, situate in St Pe?
ter's Parish, Beaufort District, 'South 'Carolina,
bounding on Bice Hope, Fife and Clydesdale or Nev?
ille Plan tatton,known aa Murray BUI, ?nd contain?
ing six hundred acres, more or less, as will more
fully appear by reference td a plat of the saine by J.
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest from day of sale, payable
annually. The credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser and mortgage of the plantation
sold. Purchaser to pa? for papers abd stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
Sheriff Charleston .County*.
January 23 _ etoihB wl
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SAX.E.
TOTTED STATES OF AMERICA-SOUTH O ABO ETNA DTS
TEICT. ..>., R ?
Harriet Harrison vs. J. S. Thompson and
L. J. Patterton.
By virtue of a writ er Fieri Facias to me directed, is
\ suing out of the Honorable the United States Ctr-.
cult Court for the District of south Carolina, 1 will
expose for cale to the highest bidder, at public
auction, at Camden, Kershaw County, on MON?
DAY, the first day of February, 1869, being the
first Monday of the month.
All tba righr, tiUe and interest of the defendant in
and to the following Property, to wit: ONE HOUSE
AND LOT, situated at Liberty Hill, in Kershaw, con- !
tamma seven (7) acres, adjoining lots of BL B. Cun?
ningham, estate of Wyatt Patterson, WyUe Patterson,
and o hers. The Improvements consist of a fine two
story Dwelling, containing -eight square rooms, and
othor necessary outbuildings; the yard is well oma- :
mented with the finest shrubbery and evergreens.
ALSO, . ''"
TB ACT No. 2, known as the "Beaver Creek Tract,"
situated in Kershaw, containing iourteen hundred
(UGO) ceres, more or less, six miler east of Liberty
Hill, adjoining lauds of James. S. Thompson, estate
of D. V. Torry and others; about one hundred and
fifty ,159) acres in cultivation; land well adapted to
cotton and corrals. Improvements consist of those
usually found on a cotton plantation, snob as cribs,
stables, outhouses, laborers' cabins, ftc. ftc.
TBACT No. 3, known as the ?-Ferry Tract," sit?
uate in Kershaw, near Liberty Bill, containing two
hundred and fifty (250) acres, more or less, adjoin,
ing lands of James s. Thompson, Daniel Kirkland,
and others, ninety (93) acres m cuHl va tion. The im?
provements consist of those usually found on a plan?
tation adapted to raising cotton, corn, ftc. ko.
TB ACT No. A. known as tho "MillPlace," situated .
in Kershaw. Thc three-fourths (34) interest of de?
fendant in thirty (SO) acres of land, more or leu,
with an overshot mi ll in running order capable of ?
grinding 75 bushels corn per, day, adjoining lands of .
James S Thompson, Gardi er Collins and others. '' *
TBACT No. 5, known as tbe "McMillan Place,t*
In Kershaw, contain ir g ono hundred (100) acres,
more or les.;; thirty-five (36) acres m cultivation,
Kith some improvements, adjoining lauds of James -
S: Thompson, J. A. Dye and others.. .
TBACT No. G. known as tbe "BuaseU Place," in
Kershaw, containing eight hundred (800) acres, more
nr Uim. ninety. JQl .acres in cultivation..adjoining
lauds nf ootato of Wyatt Patterson, oat ?te of McMillan
and others. This place ls well improved as a cotton
and grain farm, such as gin house and screw, grain
TU ?UT No. 7, known as thc "Summerville Place," .
In Lancaster County, situated twenty milts from
Lancaster Courthouse, and two miks from Liberty,
Hill, containing eleven hundred (1100) acres, more
or less, adj oin'ng lan J s ot estate of John Perry, Wiley:.
Patterson and ethers. One hundred and tiny acres
in cultivation, with 'he ordinary improvements of a
cotton and grain farm; fencing in pood order.
TBACT No. 8, known as the "Fleming Place,"-,
situated in Lancaster County ten miles from Lan?
caster Courthouse, and ton milos from Liberty HOI,
containing tour hundred (100) acres, more or leas;
one hundred and fifty (160) acres in cultivation; ad?
joining lands of Fleming, Mackey, estate of Bailey
md others. Tbia place has all the Improvements of
an ordinary farm for cotton and small groin.
On WEDNESDAY, the 3d of February, I will sell,
The following PEBSONAL PROPER i Y at liberty
Hill, twenty miles north?st irom Caradell:
26 bead of prime MULES, 2 Horse-, about 60 head "
of Cattle, 6 Wagons (two and four hon-e), 1 Carriage
and Harness, and a large lot of Farniing Utonsils,
Sc., ftc. . - ' '
Levied on as the property of L, J. Patterson, de-,
fendant, at the suit of Harriet Harrison, plaintiff.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay the Marshal for
necessary papers and stamps.
J. P. M. EPPING,
January 9 si United Mate; Marshal.
grg (goofy (gk.
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 112 Broadway, Kew York,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHEBN MER?
CHANTS to their splendid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, ?co., Ac.
All imported diroct from the Manufacturera,
and offered to tho trado at tho LOWESr
PRIOES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 19 _nae_Imo
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE?
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUE
Customers in general, ibat we bnve just re?
ceived (in add it'on to our usas! steck of DOMB8TIC
and FANCY GO ol 9), a now su pp i> b al table for the
CLOAKS, DBY GOODS, POPLINS, ftc, at reduced
H?avy Balmoral Skirts at tl 12
Very cboioe article Black silk $1 80, worth ?2 60
Ladies' super Merino Yeats only $1
A lot ot fine flano Cover* which win be sold leas
ISO dozen BOOP SKIBTS, 60 to COo.
A lot of Photograph Albums. 75 cento
OtUsnhtlmer'is cele Drated French CORSET, $1 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSILBY, from Via up
A fino assortment of Ladies' and children's Silk. Ber?
lin Clo.h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ?cc,
At the lowest figures.
We would also notify nur patrons that w? have ar?
ranged a separate department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, 4o.
49- ENTRANCE ON CALHOUN-STERBT.
FURCHGOTT ?S BROS.,
No, 437 KXNQ-?TBBBT.
December M 8ma