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THE DAILY NEWS.
LARGEST CIRCULATION;.-THE DAILY
fl EWS BEING THE NEW .?PAPER OFFICIALLY.
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LABGFST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN.
IN G rs THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAV.
LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postothcc, bri k store and lot of bcd on Broad
G. MCBRIDE SMITH will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Bilesroom, Broad-strec, horses, mules and furni?
R. M. MAT-SHALL k B.,v..IEK will -fi: at half-past
10 o'clock, in front of the.r office. Broad-street,
mules, horses, cart, &c.
N. HUNT A- SON will sell at IO o'clock, in their
salesroom, Meeting-street, boots and shoes.
MEETINGS THIS VAT.
German Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Board ci 'i rade, at 7 P. M.
Landmark 1 o J ge. at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Loduo, a' 7 P. M.
Dolt? Lodge of Perfection, a: 7 P. M.
PERSONAL.-General R. P. Hoke, of North
Carol-un. is at the Cha lesion Hotel, and will be
pleased to 6ee his anny fricnis.
CARPENTER'S TOOLS_Officers Reed and
CaldweU have succeeded in recovering a box of car?
penter's tools, which ?Ol be delivered on identifica?
tion by the own?.
A grsE VISSEL.-The yacht Atalanta.built at
Wiscasset, Me., by Captain R. H. Tucker, arrived
here yesterday forenoon, last lrom Norfolk, Va. Our
readers who wish to seo a neat looking craft may
find her at Boyce k Co.'s wharves.
STOLEN PROPERTY.-lhere ia a lot of recov?
ered property at the detective office, which can be
had on appl cation and identification. It embraces
gocds and valuables cf every description. Thorcis
also some silver there mark-.d "M A. S." which was
taken from a den o! thieves.
HOT SUPPER AND REFRF?IIIIIENTS.-lu con?
sequence of tho uufavorable w ather last Dight,
which prevented a full attendance at the hot supper
given by thc Catholic ladles of Charleston to air't
Bishop P?rsico m building a missiouay chapel ut
Aiken, thc entertainment will be continued on
Thursday evening, as well as to-night
WEEKLY PELL OP MORTALITY_The return of
City Registrar, George rs. Pfizer, .or the week endrog
on the thirtieth ultim->, shows nineteen deaths.
Seventeen of these were colored, and two while
Ten under twrnty ye r.?; five between twenty and
fifty; t.ro between S? verily and eighty, and two be?
tween ninety and one hundred. The return shows
one murder, which was the case of Ben Jones.
EXECUTIVE MATTEUS.-Governor Scott has
appointed, and the benate confirmed. Reuben Tom
linsou. A. J. Pansie-, J. J. Wright, C. M. Wilder
and G. I. Cunnu'?ham, as trustes cf the State Or?
Pardons have been issnod for Allen M. Drawdy,
Joseph Allen and r-auc'no Brantley.
A> OBSTREPER'.C3 CnAHACrEB.-One of tho
moe? obstreperous characters in the city is a colored
fowl vendor, by the G im e of Henry Drain. Ho is.
before thc Mayor "early ar.d o ten," is punished and
discharged, and ere many days he is at his old
pranks again. Yesterday, he was arrested for "his
chronic lail n?-dis rderly conduct ; ?nd also for
interfering with he Clerk of tho Market He wi'-l be
up again this morning, ard so will Themis G.cen, a
colored youth, lor vagrancy..
INCENDIARISM.- Ou tho night of the 24th of
January, an attempt was made to set fire to an out?
house on the premise - at the coiner ot Ann aud I li?
sabeth streets. 1 Le ma frills used were kerosene
od and tallow candles. Fortunately they did not
ignite. Another attempt wap made cn the night of
the 31st January to fire the storeroom of the estab?
lishment of Mr. Wohlkin, at the same place. Mr.
Wohls in has givea inform?t on of thc facts to the
police officers for investigation, hom? one teems
de'ermined to bum him out.
THE GERMANIA BUND.-At the anniversary
meeting of this society, held a few cveniugs ago,
the following officers were elec t, d for the ensuing
G. COUTURIKT?, President.
JOHN H. OtTJI N. ificc-Presidint.
H. W. TIDl MAN'X, Sesretary.
JOHN KNOBELOCH, Treasurer.
The members are all young men, and their social
reunions are pleasant and entertaining.
FIRE AT FLORENCE. -On Monday afternoon,
the lsi of February, a building bo'onging to Mr. A.
Corrie, at Florence, and containing gnauo and ether
phosphates, was entirely consumed by fire. There
was no insurance on said preaertv. Loss heavy.
The fire is thought to have been the work of an in?
cendiary. The building wae enveloped in Barnes
before the "Floience" could reach tba seen?. We
are pleased to learn that a now ouilding Aili socn be
built on the old site.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANI: NO. 1.-This
energetic and efficient company celebrated their an
'nivcrsary hst evening, by aa excellent BU; per at
their hall, in Queen-street.
The foll >wing are the officers elected to sorve lor
the ensuing year :
JOS. HILTON, Foreman.
A. H. BARBER, Assistant Foreman.
A. B. JARVIS, Seoretar..
J. L. UTILE. Treascror.
JOHN WINGATE. Reeorder.
JAHRS O'BRIEN, Hall.ceper.
THE STATE COURT.-Th o' court opened at ll)
o'clock. Hon. R. B. Carpenter, presiding. The ju?
rors answered to their namoi. 1 he Solicitor onter
cd nol pros, in several cases rc maiaing on tho dock?
et since la-t term, aud moved fo transfer others from
the district to thc sessions docket.
3 he Grand Jury returncJ t:uo bills against Reu?
ben Thompson, colored, for larceny ; Perry D zler
and Henry Chapman, colored, for burglary and lar?
ceny on four Indictments; Ned Young, John Mitchell
and Jesie Nash, colored, larceny (Nash has escaped
jail); John Reins and Jehu Sch.del), assau t and
battery: Ned Hi.l and Ji a Williams, colored, larce?
ny ; Henry Chapman, colored, burglary aud larceny.
Reuben Thompson, colored, indicted for cattle
stealing, defended by A I'. Smythe. Esq., wa3 found
SSrry Dozier an I Henry Cbapmr.n, colored, ledict
.ed for burglary and larceny, was defended by W. J.
Whaley, Esq., and t. G. Magrath, Jr., tsq.
REAL ESTATE AND STOCK SALES.-Tho follow?
ing sale3 were made yf stTday :
By Leitch k Bruns : Two story brick building,
known as Fordham's barroom. No. 178 Meeting
street; lot thirty, by one hundred and thirty-one
fee*, for ?4300; one-third cash, balance in one and
By Bowers k Si'cox : The Orimos tract of land on
the Edi-to River, five hundred and sixty-nine acres,
more or less. $580; half ca?h, balance in one year.
By Wdbain B. Ry.,n : ilmtanon ca.led '^ports
man's Retreat" in St. John's Berkeley, t leven hun- 1
dred and thirty acres, S1833. Umbna plantation, in 1
St John's Berkeley, tea hundred and sixty-one
acres, $700. Plamatioa called Wilow Grove, in St
John's Betkeley, six hundred and eighty-five acre?,
$1110. Terms-one-third cash ; balance in one and
two years. '
By Israel Ottolcagui : Lot of land on north side of 1
Broad-street wiih build ngs thcroon, including the
premises ocupicd by lt. H. Dc Lt on and E. Lafitte
fi: Co., and known .\B Law Raogo. filly by two nuu- 3
drcd and four feet tSl.C'OC; one-third cash; balance '
in one and two years. *
By Wm. McKay: Two and a half story wnoatn (
dwelling, wiih lot tweuty-fivo by lot? feet, No. 18 ?
Burns' Lane, SlOO I; yuc-baif cash, baiaue% lu one '
.tot e and two others adjoining, comer of Bro?d
and Church streets, ?6330; one third cash, balance <
in one and two yean, ?
K. M. Marshall?*; Bro. s^Id $9050 worth of City i
Stock at 60 cents. ?
THE UNITED STATES COURT, FEBRCABY 2.
Thc Hon. G.orge S. Bryan oponed the court at the
appointed hour. tj
The argument in the case of Mowry i Co , against
William M. Legett for fraudulent conveyance, was
completed. The judge will charge the jury to-:lay.
William E. Hughson and D. G. Connor applied for
final discharges in bankruptcy, which were gt anted.
The case of Sumter E. Gasque. for final discharge,
was referred to the registrar, a^d the final hearing
in his case ordered for the 27th February.
D. J. Winn was appointed assignee tor J. C. Mc?
Kinney acd H. C. and V. Meses; B. E. Fiaser for S.
W. Dangerie, and P. V. Dibble for J. S. Thompson,
John D. Stase k Son, Henry Y. i moko, and W. J.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Yesterday nioruiu<? ibo
Mayor fined D. Conroy, white. $10, for being drunk
and disorderly on the street, an J turned him over
to a magistrate.
Thoma? Green, a youth ol Aileen years, wa? made
to pay for the window jdass of J. Mehrtens. corner
Queon and Meeting-street, which he brokov.itha
Su^an Beamer, a eolored girl employed by Mr. R.
K. HerioN charged wvb s'ealing petticoats, money
and silver, was discharged. No case being m ice
Phillis Oliver, colored, who was lodged for disor?
derly conduct on Mr. stoney's premises, and abos
lng Airs. Teenier aud ior the larceny of clothing,
was turned over to a magistrate.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, FEBRUARY %-P?o ?lion
Hotel.-N J IbouroD, steamer Dictator; H J Leo,
Lydia; S B Bensila, r'ew York; f C Ht Wolff, Califor?
nia; Wm Fostor, Kew York; S W Johnson, Barnwell;
J H Parker, Barlw.'g Mill; T J Grmball, John's Is?
land; John Woolley, Granite vi !o;PHDorzaph,-;
John M Clark. Boston; James L Morrison, New
York; J H Goethe, Pocotuhgo; John H Terry. A C
Shaffer, J W Burbridge, Walterboro'.
Charleston Hotel.-J C Gillon. Augusta; G W Na?
son, Jr, ro8tcfflco Department; P Ju "son, New
York; B C 1 hemas, Baltimore; B T Jessup, Jas
Platt, Wm Lummis, MifB E A Brien, Miss F Lum
mis, James Talcott and wile, Bueben Washburn,
Mrs C A Sperry and child. Gilbert Hunter, New
?ork; Z Friedman. District Columbia; J W William?
son, Darlington; N C Davis and la-'y, City; Miss
Davis, Florida; B F Williamson and son, Nathan
Gibson, Darlington; General B F Hoke ard hdy,
N C; Mrs J C Gilbert, Miss Gilbert, N Y; W A An
diews, Biehmond, Va.
VIGILANT FIFE COMPANY-FIFTIETH ANNTVER
EAnT.-The gallant Vigilonts hud waler enough yes
teidty, and to sparc; but despite tho u-jpropiiious
weather, ikey nevertheless celebrated thcT anniver?
sary in right rryii fashion, and *tuck to their long
established rule of business by day and pleasure by
nicht 1 his is ono of the oldest, most respectable
and most efficient ot our fire companies, and the
young men who compose it possess an esprit decorps
wnich insures success for anything which thty un?
dertake on he-ball ot ihe Vigilant.
At the regular annual meeting heid at thoir hall in
the evenin.?. the following otEccrs were elected to
serve for thc ensuing year:
S. Y. j UPPER, Pres dent.
I.. D. MOWRY. Vice-president
S. W. FISKLR. Jr.. First Director.
J. M. BAKfc.lt, Seroud Dir. clor.
J. J. O'NEILL, Third . ire'tor.
J. (!. BTJOER. Fourth Director.
J. T. HUMPHREYS, Secreiary.
G. H. FOLLIN, Treasurer.
J. G. SNOWDEN, Fiist Axman.
JULIAN B IBBOT, Second Axman.
Committ-eon Letters-E. GaUlard, J. J. Edge;ton,
A. H. Mowry.
Commitieeoi Charity-H. Teakle, E. F. Schichte,
J. B Jones. J. H. Wh-clcr, J. E. l-ollio.
Cimmittce on Finance-If. Ho Wild Snowden, E.G.
Chupein, T. D. Lebby.
At nino o'clock an elegant supper was set ved,
which did credit te the caterer as weU as to the libe?
rality of the crmpaDy.
REPORTERS' CRUMBS.-Ono white man and
eight colored men are the constabu arv in att'ud
ance on the court new in session. Thc crier is a
a ho City II specter li cpt ibe cro?sing6 ot the cor?
ner Bread and East Bay char yesterday, much tc
thc comfort of thoso who bad to uec them.
Judge Carrer.lcr, now pre.-iding at theComt of
General Sessions, has a happy laculty of di-patching
A number cf persons eomp'ain that their lesi
deuces ar? dr laced by bill-stickers, and they desire
to warn them to stop so doing.
Several persons w re attached yoiterday for non?
appearance at court.
AU fine < ut, smokier- cnd? chewing tobacco and
snuff rot sttmi cd according to law of July 20, 18C3.
will be ?e'zed and conns-a'c d after the l.?'.h instant
The horse attacked to Dr. J. Jjroets Buist's bug?
gy ran away yesterday, near Wentworth and Mr ct"
ing streets, and demolished thc vehicle No one
was in it
A colorcl girl, walking on tho Ray last evening
early ,^vas complaining of a severe blow ebo had re?
ceived on her head wiih a slung shot, in tLc hands
of a white soldier, in Church-street
There was a high wind yest?iday about midday,
succeded by a heavy fall of rain, which continued all
The court proceedings seem to have a 0.-?at in?
terest tor .he colored men, who attend in large num?
Ihe Teutonia tsoo.'v will give a masquerade, on
the 9th instant, at the ht 1 of thc Soagerbund.
The sloop M>rket Boy "id be sold at Union whart
THE FcorosED CONGRESSIONAL AID TO THE
ORPHAN ASYLUM OF THE SISTERS OF MEIXY.-Tho
Washington papors generally sustain thc petition
preferred by officers and Koldiers of the Union army,
in favor of the rebuilding of tho Charleston Orphan
Asvlura, which was ceslroyrd during the bombard?
ment by the Federal forces, abe National Intelli?
gencer prints tlie lolowieg letter from sister F.
Xavier to Don. F A. Sawyer, which will explain
fully thc poaiticii of :he Sisterhood in-re^ard to tlio
NO SOC 'ESTnSTKF .a I
WASHINGTON, January Vi, >8C9. j
Hon. F. A. Sawyer. Unit d Slates Stna.or:
DEAR SIR-I have pondo cd over yeer snygosticn
ol yesterday iogazduw our politl?n, bul could cot
como to ihe con elusion ot makin*! II out in tho
sh}i-e o' a claim, which it c-.rtuii!/ would bc WT C
I to have a caic.ilatieu druwi out .' .. ?ito money cv
reidod ior the ?elio? ot Unl:-^ j.n.o.urs laSMire
you Mr. senator, I bud raih.-r lei OIL- ntudgbtly
runs of our orphan Asylum mai .. ea monument
of the ttto wsr than pr. tjuut t '.?ll of . har> os
for service w. ich wo VOluutaniy n.ndercrt t"
those poor follows who sacrili-cd iheir bloo.l
and lit? rty ior tie malub nance ol the Un on. 1 hi
senator.- are aware that our i Billion haj been got'i u
up by the men who were tho rciipientsol our a'ten?
tions during Iheir il ness i i th? pilton hosi itals of
Charleston, and seconded by tho rccummunda tiona
of their cruel a! officers. Thc re'bre (lo we dccl'Uu
making out a ejaim; they ask it csu gratuity f. r S'-r
vlees icadeied to lb" ".ovcrnmeut. Moreover. .Mr.
senator, money rou.u not repay our labora during
the whole of tho war; but the trciiorosity of thc riov
crumcut can rompeu-ate our losses b.\ "grayling tho
prayers of thoso wno terved tboir country in th*
hour ot peril K'.o .wuc: as I do your ii flucritv aud
t <at of ' Senator Robertson, us well us the de-ire 11
many or the senators and members ol Congress lo
grant thc prayer of so many ofiicora who had boen
prisoners ot wa-, thcrelorc oo I leav this matter iu
your hands, iu the bopo that South Carolina may
rejoice t>i find that her dc-iituto oiphaus have found
luthers m tho senators of their ?t?te.
1 have the honor to be, with hirth esteem, dear .sir,
most respectfully yours, SIBT?R F. XAVIER.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, SI per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
ind Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in ovciy style. Mincit pie?, tn-sh dali;/. Dot cof?
fee and chocolate at aU hours. Ice cream every
FINE LEDOER AUS CASH BOOK. - "Courtney's,"
C road-street, h:'3 mauufaetured a ledg r aud cash
wok, for thc enterprising commission house of Jcf
ords- k Co , Venduo Range, which reflects the high
:st credit on that No. 1 station rr? depot. The bind?
iar, ruling snd nenaral get up of thoso oooks caunot
" HOOD'S SOVEREIGN BALM"* has no equal for
mushs, colds, croups, asthma, &e. Try it and be
.ony recd, and recommend it to others. For sale by
Bowie 6: Moise, Druggists, corner Meeting and Hasel
itreets. wfmC January 27
S3-N0IICE.-THE STEAMER DICTATOR
buring been detained here, persons shipping goods
to Savannah and the Florida ports are hereby in?
formed that she will receive freight THIS DAY, and
sail at tigirt o'cloek THIS EVENING, Wednesday, 3d
Febnutry. J. D. AIKEN ?c CO.,
February 3 1 Agents.
J03TU''NSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are hereby notified
that sheis discharging cargo at Alger's Wharf THIS
DAT. Goods remaining on the wharf at sunset will
be stored at expense and risk of owners.
JAMES ADGER k CO.,
February 3 1 _Agents.
CHANT^' Line schooner K. W. SMITH will dis?
charge cargo, Tun? DAX, at Adgcr's North 'Wharf.
Goods not called for will be stored at risk and ex?
WILLIAM RO\CH & CO.
February 3 1
JSS~ OFFICE COLLECTOR INTERNAL
REVENUE, CHARLESTON. S. C , February 2 '., 18G0.
Seized a-:d will bc sold at Public Auction, Twenty
days from date, Frve barrels manufactured 1 WIS L'
10L?AOCO ; also. Tweuty-:i^'bt bags. SMOKING
TOBACCO. W. R. CLOU1MAN,
February 3 Acting Collector.
XS- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all the effects of youihful in?
discretion, will, for the sake of suffering humauity,
send free to all who need il, the receipt and ftirec
lions tor making the simple remedy by which he was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the'advertis?
er's expcrlerr.e, eau do so by addressing, in perfect
confidence, *' JOHN B. OGDEN.
No 42Ceciar-street, New York.
February 3 . 3mos
?3-T0 CONSUMPllYES.-THE ADVER?
TIS-ER, haring been restored to hcalt'a ru a lew
wcc?s by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe lung affeclio:t, tn-J that
dread disease Consumption, is anxious to make
known to his feilow-suff?rers tUc means of cure.
? To all who desire it, bc wilt send a copy ol thc pre?
scription u-ed (free of charge), wirhtbe directions
forprcpaiiug aud using the same, which they will
find a sure cure lor Consumption, Asthma, Broncis?
tas, ?cc. Thc object of thc advert? criu sending tuc
prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread in?
formation which he conceives to be i ?valuable; and
he hopes every sufferer will irv his remedy, as it will
cost tbcm nothing r.nd may prove a blessing.
Parlies withing the prescription will plea.-c ad?
dress Rev. ID WA RD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co.inly, New York.
February 3 3mos
?3-J. S. MARUN (LAIE GR?BER &
MUtTIN), will beploasedto see his friends and cus?
tomers at WM. S. CORWIN & CO., No. 27.? Kiug
street, betwveu Wentworth aud Deaufain.
FLOUR, CORN, HAY, &C.-MESSRS.
JOHN CA.MPsEN A CO. have .opened a Branch to
their Market-street Flouring Mills at the corner of
East Bay ?iud North Atlantic Wharf. Tho Store ls
!ar?o aud commodious, an i having secured a full
stork of the various cereal?, they aro prepared-to fur?
nish their customers with Grains at the lowest mar?
Sept ; i nber 24 3. cow24
.SS-ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishment o? WM. S. CORWIN k CO , No. 27f.
K ug-strcct, between Wentworth and Boaufain, arc
ot the FIRST QU A LI IY. They sell no goods but wbs.
can be warrante! a? PURL AND GENUINE. This is
an established fact.
?3*WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from the Moyune Districts ol China Ihe choicest
chops of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of new seasons,
whicli ore uur?ailed for ihdr strength end delicacy
of flavor. We warrant our 'It AS to bc pure and un
adul (orated, and to give general eatisfaelion. As wo
ar.? i oa.star.t'y in receipt of lars? cargws of Ten?, wo
arc enabled to offer to the public the finest chops at
a t rico that mauy dealers off-r inferior Tea at. A
trial and comparison will at once prove lb s asser?
tion, sud it only remains for tho public to judge for
thim-elves. WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 27G Kiuc-s'rect.
HS- RECEIVER'S NO UCE.-THE UNDER?
SIGN tD, having boen appointed liccciver of (bc
late firm < f DAWSON k BLACKMAN, hereby gives
notice that ail claims against said firm must bo pr??
senle 1 tj him, and all persons indebtod niu-t make
payment to J.N'O. T. HUMPHREYS,
January 13 No. 27 Rroad-sireet.
jtWciTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY -Personally appeared be?
fore me, C. G. MEMMINGER. President of the Sui
phuiic Acid and Superphosphate Company, who,
being duly sworn, saith that the capital of tuc said
company has been increased to eighty thousand dol?
lars, and has been paid into him in current funds
and property at its sworn valuation.
(Signed) C. G. MEMMIGER.
Sworn to before me December 22, 1S6S.
(Signed) JACOB WILLIMAN,
aFFicEor CUBE OF Tnt: COCBT OF COMMON PLEAS
FOR CHARLESTON COUNTY.
I, A. C. RICHA UND, C erk of the said Court, do
bereby certify that the foregoing is a true and cor?
bet copv of the alB lavit of tho President of .ho Sul?
phuric Acid and Superphosphate Company, and that
,'ue affiJa?t has been duly filed and record? 1 in this
--- Tn testimony whereot, I have hortunto
() set m.-hand and affixed the seal ot the
. f said . 'ourt this 22d of De-c .Uber, 1808.
--" (feigned) A. C. RICHMOND,
Clerk Court Common Plea?.
December 23 w t
iJT L>U NOT TRIFLE WI 1H DANGER.-A
.iuule f park may kindle a flamo ihat will consume a
;ity, und tnull ailments neglected, may end in lalal
lisorders. Dearing ihis fact in m;n0, :et the first
yin;.toms of debility or ucirow prostration be met
.romp.'/ with invigorating treatment. Foremost
meng thu vegetable toulr? of thc agc stands HOS?
IE t l ER'a STO .IACH LIlTiLS, and wlicuev. r thc
.ital powers seem to lavguish, or Diere is any rea
lou to a aspect ?hat tho animal functions essential to
he sus I ol'at io ll and putaaleal'on of thobo.ly arc lui
?crfcct'y pei formed, this invaluable icviijorant aal
luti. eptic should at ouce be resorted to. Indigestion
I * ays produces weakness. Someetiracs it happens,
-and this is more irequcully th case in Win er
Lau at any other season.-that the appetite demands
nore loud ihau tlio stomach can d'gost ; (hough not
ucrc. peihups. ihan is r quired io keep up tuc lull
itrcngth of ibo Irame. Tho object, uadcr such cir
umslaLccs, is to incicase ti e digestive capacity of
he a-s mutating organ, so os to mahn it equal to thc
luty imposed upon it by the appetite, and capable of
upplying the buPdiag material ol thc system ss fast
s it is required 'i bis object is fully aceomrlisbo j
iy thc uac ol' tho Bitters. 'I hey lou" and gently
t'mitlale tho cellular membrane which ?rotes Ihe
;astric juice, and the result is that the solvent is
uinglcd with the food in sufllctcnt quantity to con
?ert aU its nourishing particles into puro and whole?
sale element. If, o a thc other hand, there is a de
ic-oncy of appetite, without any corresponding defi
ieucy of digc ?Uve pawer, the effect .of t'.e tonic is I .
timulate a desire for foo.!. In nineteen ciscs out
if twenty, headache, nausea, nervousness, fainting
Its, spasm?, and, indeed, most of the casual aches'
.nd pains to which humanity Ls subject, proceed
irimirily from indigestion complicated w.th b'Jieus
ies8 ; and for both tnc:o complaints UOsTETl'Elt'?
.TOM ICU BITTERS are recommended as a speedy
td certain cure. Die ti January 30
SS- THE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUB
JOU.-ili GIN, puro, soft and unequalled-W. s. COR
ViN k CO., sole Agents. Medical men of the high?
st standing acknowledge that Gin, in i's pure sta e,
?as groat medical properties We (bendore place
he CLU1) HOUSE GIN beiore tho public willi thc
;reatest confidence, and moro i articula:ly to thoso
rho usc it mcdi. inally, us an article that only re?
plies to be known ti be properly appreciated.
O* SI 50 per bottle. $1.1 pct case.
?g-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON TBE
?rrors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Man
lood with tho humane view of treatment and cure,
ent by mail froe ol charge. Address HOWARD
LSSOCIATION, BOX P, Philadelphia, Pa,
January 20 3mos
JS-THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE ADUL?
TERATION Of Liquors U carried on in th ie coun?
try makes it thc duty of the purchaser to investi?
gate the merits of thc article offered for sale. It is a
well known fact that many of thc Brandies, Wines,
kc, arc manufactured from French Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, which is poisonous, thereby
causing many injurious effects.
The public is justly suspicious of nearly every?
thing put up for sole under the name of Liquors, and
thc trade has been brougSt into disrepute, and in
order to insurs to those who desire a Puro Article, lt
is only necessary for us to say that wo Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warrant them per
feely pure as originally imported.
All Bottled Liquors bearing the libels of W. S.
CORWIN & CO., can be relied upon as being pure.
iffl-Purchascrs should n.Viee that the Paper Cap
over the cork is not broken. We p iy for Bottles that
have our labels cn, One Dollar per dozen, whon re
YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
(CRIETE k CHAPMAN, corner King awl Radcliffe,
streets, and get a better article for the rame money
than at any other establishment in the city.
November 14 ihnos
?3- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
udeudid Hair Dyo is the bnst m the world; the
inly brue and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
a^tantancons; no disarpoiutmeut; no ridiculous
lints; remedies the Ul e.ffeets ot bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
arown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
aroperlv applied at Datchelor's Wig Factory, No.
Bond-t-treet, New York. I yr January 3
fl^ BRIDE AND BRIDE G ROO M. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on tho interesting rotation ol
Bridegroom to Bride in the institution ol Marriages
i guide to matrimonial felicity and tra? happiness.
Sent by mail iu sealed letter envelopes free cf charge.
\ddress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila
M;.bh?, Pu. September
TO RI OP, PLANTERS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, PEING THE AGtNTS FOR
this state of W^GuNER k MAXTBEWES* IM?
PROVED BICE DRILLS, have just received aiew of
hese successful Machines, to wh ch they invito
:he attention of Planters. Thc .. were thoroughly
ested and approved last year by our most ex?
perienced planters, and aro now veiy much im?
TUET AHE ALSO AGENTS FOR
LT1E BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
LOMBARD'S HAND RICE HULLEK
BECKFORD & HUFFMAN'S G R AI N
DRILL-with Guano attachment
THE DOUBLE CYLINDER COTTON GIN
FOLSOM'S HAND-SOWING MACHINES
\LLEN'S HAND POWER,
\ nd m any other highly important labor-saving Ma?
chines, all ol which they azo propared to sell
at MuuUcturct's prices.
they have also a largo assortment of
:OLLINS' STEEL PLOUGIIS-ouo and two
BRINEY'S SIEEL PLOUGHS-onc and two
?MES' PLOUGHS OF ALL KINDS,
'?nd Agricultural Implements of vari es ports and
nakers, together with n full stock ot ENGLISH
?ARDWAKE md SWEDISH I ti ON ot direct impor
atioa, which they offer on adv ntageous terms to
J. E. A DOER & CO.,
Yo. 139 MEETING-STREET AND No. 62
EAST BA Y-STBEET,
c n A tv i, i : s T u tv , si. c.
February 3 wfmlmo
'PLELEil" CDTTON 8EEi>.
ITTE BAVE BECETVtD A SMALLL SUPPLY OF
VT tho edetira ed PEELER COITUN S ERO,
rhich will be sold nt Five Dollar* per bushel. Wc
cfer to the fellowing certificate concerning the
'eclcr Colton, which accompanied the Seed.
OfcO. W. WILLIAMS k CO ,
THC UNDERSIGNED PLANTERS, ll WISO COL
OVATED the "Peeler" Cotton during the past year,
trtify to ?is posses-big thc following properties:
1. Its staple is of . xtra length and fineness, and it
l.proncbcs moro noirly the Sea Llaud than any
th< r in laue! cotton.
2. It is fully as prolific ns any of thc ordinary kinds,
aatuies early, is not liable to waste iu tho fields, and
- easily picked.
3. Tho bolls arc very krge, ard it yields as much
?nt in proportion to the seed coifon as any other vt
4. It is tho only lone Ihm stu; .i '1 cotton of which we
s yet have auy kuowledgo thai CC- oe nra Qi ably cul
?vate d in tho interior.
5. We have invariably procurai for it in tho New Or?
gans market from 'Jj niue to (12} tweive cents above
he enrtent quotations of tho common varieties.
Warren County, Mississippi.
F. D. CHAPLINE,
Issaquona County, Mississippi.
W. S. LANGLEY.
Issaqitcna foamy, Mississippi.
W. A. COLLINS,
Issaqucna County, Missi'sippi.
S. B. HARWOOD.
Issaqucna County. Mississippi.
C. C. BALFOUR,
J. A. BROWN,
T-saquena County. Missis ippl.
Isssqucna C mntv, Mississippi.
S. i) L ATHEbMAN,
Issaqr.cn t Conn tv, Mississippi.
BERiaE'tOJi it SCANLAN,
Carroll Parish, La.
Fetirtiary 1 m witt Carroll Parish. La.
Shirts atti /uriiisijiiuj QSoous.
A N Ii W SUPP L V O V
rc 'd T-=> r Wm
IHIRTS AND COLLARS
Which nrc off-red for sale at
THIS LOW K'ST CASU JPitlCES:
II it" IC T I \'G-STKEIfiTi
OPP O:si IE THE MA PEET nALL.
January 9 Cmos
J" T. II V H P U It H Y S ,
BORER, A WCTIONEER AND COM?lIS
SION MER di A NT.
ILE? OT ID-AL ESTATE. STOCKS, BO*''?. St
CULI I Ifs AND P Il-ON Al. PliOPtRTY
A':'; ES DUD TO.
Wo. ii 7 BROAD-STREH I,
CL-ARLE^TMN, S. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. Mi*GRATH, Esq.,
?ncral JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
NITRE BEDS FERTILIZER.
ASUPERIOR MANURE FOR ALI, CROPS.
Manufactured from Animal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitre purposes, by tbe Confederate Gov?
ernment. Testimc niais of its value shown.
For sale very low by
J. W. SPRAGUE k BROS,
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
No 163 East Bay.
WELCH k BE4NDES,
January 20_wi8_No 07 East Bay.
GOULD'S ALKALINE PHOSPHATE.
THIS'ARTICLE, BESIDES BEING A FIRST-CLASS
Fertilizer, tills all worms and insects which
destroy our Fruitsv Vegetables, kc. A limited
amount offered for ?30 a lon in order to give our
planters a chance to try it on tbe Cotton Caterpillar.
This is far below its cost, and the amount offered ut
that rate ia limited. Apply at once. $30 a ton.
P. J. LsNARD,
* Commission Merchant, Broad-street.
January 29 9 Charleston. S. C.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE.
JT IS COMPOS ?ID OF TEE GUANO FROM
Combined with ethe; fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COMPLETE MANURE.
The Company importing tho Guano direct from
the rich deposit" of Birds at ALTA VELA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer not excel?
For sale by
HENRY CORIA Hi CO.,
At Charleston. S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or tho
ALTA VELA GUANO COMPANY,
No. 57 Broadway, Now York.
Januat y 2S Imo
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to tho Planters and Farmers of tho
South their Fertilizer, known as tbe "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which tho experience of the past season
bas proved to be ono of thc most valuable in oar
market. It has for its base tho materials from the
Phosphate beds ot tho Company on Ashlot River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
HASEL-STEEET in this city. In order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the
Company has made arrangements with the distin?
guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD r., who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal anil other ma?
terial purchased by thc Company, and the prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for salo. Tho Com?
pany is resolved to make an article which will prove
to be a "Complete Manure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and othet information, apply
to WM. C. DUKES k CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 rawi Smos
?. FUANK COE'S
IJIHE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO CALL THE
ATTENTION OF PLANTERS TO THE ABOVE
SUPERIOR ANO S PAX DARU
This PHOSPHATE has bien largely used in this
State, and has given general Fulisraction, and is
a Indited by some of the most practical Planters to
bc equal to Peruvian Guano.
SIXTY DOLLARS PER TON
OF TWO THOUSAND POUNDS,
Cash ot tudors' acceptance, payable 15th November
next, with bank rato of interest added.
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
february 1 mwf2mo
fl arii ID arc, &r.
HOES ! HOES ! HOES !
HARDWARE OF DLRECT IMPORTATION
Brig Agra and Steamship Golden Horn,
BRADES' CROWN HOES
ELWELLS SOCKET SPADES
S ; EEL CORN MILLS
PADLOCKS IN ?EIS, WITH MASTER KEYS
CARRON WARI:, ic.
IVith a general as-.o tmentol American Hardware
ind Ploughs, whicb 1 offer low for ca-h.
C. P. POP PEN UKI M.
F' jtuary 1 Imo* Sign un thc Pavement.
KC^IEVT Sc CO-,
CORNER KIXG AND MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
foreign and Domestic Hardware,
?NGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
>LOJGH AND NAYLORS CAST STEEL.
lonsisting of POTS, OVENS, SPJDcRS and EXTRA
1LRC?LARS, CROSS CUT AND WILL SAWS
IILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VAMETY OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLE SI K BI TS.
.LAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VAR ETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. S.- Descriptive Catalogues can be had on ap
Tcation. fmw3iuos DAO November 27
yylLLI? ti CTJ1SULM.
FACT O RS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
fTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANr.
HLP11ENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) oi
?OITON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
?.WILLIS..A. K. CHISOLM.
Boola and Shoes.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY, nt oar salesroom, No. 112 Meeting-street,
ot 10 o'clock, we will Bell. '
50 caso* prime fresh BOO L'S and SHOES, Brogans
and Gaiters, just received by tnia week's steamers,
to. which we invite the attention of the trade.
Conditions cash down. February 3
BY MILLIGAN & SON.
TO-MOBROW, 4th instant, at Union 'Wharf, at ll
o'clock, we will sell,
The Sloop MARKET BOY, with her Tackle, fcc, in
complete order. Capacity rix tons.
Horses, Mules, two Family Carriages, one
Furniture Cart, one Spring Cart, and other
Vehicles; also, Carpels, Mirrors, one Secre?
tary, one Fine Rosewood Piano, Btdsteads,
Bedding, Mohair Chairs, Washstands, Ward?
robes, Tables, Desks, Office and Cooking
Stoves, $c.,at Auction.
BY G* MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAY, the 3d instant, at 10 o'clock, at his
Salesroom, No. 31 Broad-street.
February 3-_ 3*
Positive Sale of a Small Farm, about 112
Acres, on the Northeastern Railroad, nea*
the City, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Cn TUESDAY, the 16th instant, at 10 o'clock, at the
Tbe above FABM, 'cgetber with small Dwelling
and outbuildings, near the Slate Road and Cooper
R iver. A splendid stand R>r a t tore, being adjacent
to the Phosphate Works; about 2J acreB cleared.
Situated on the southern boundary of the "banders
Terms-One-half cash;, the balance in one year,
secured as usual. Purchaser to pay G. McB. S. for
papers and stamps. A liberal discount for all cash.
February 3_Feb. 3,13,15,1<?
Ex parte Wm. Shtpherd, in re Joseph Purcell.
Assignee's Sale of the "Purcell Farm," on
the Dorchester Road, near Charleston-at
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
By virtue of a Decree in Bankruptcy.in the abovo
case, wUI be sold, on TUtsSOAY, the 16:h inst,, at
ll o'clock, at the Old Postofhce,
All that 'J lt A Cl' OF LAND, lyins on thc north ride
of thc public road leading from Charleston to Ashley
Biver Ferry, containing seventy-five and a half (76)i)
acres, more or less, and also a .-mali Tract of Land
on the norihern boundary of thc above tract and in?
corporated with it as one traci ; bounded north and
east oa lands now or late of-Howard, futhon
the Do-chestcr Hoad, west on lands no v or late of
- Beckman, and northwest on lanas now or late
of Rev. P. O'Neill; tho place laid to contain phos?
phates, and to be well sett ed.
Terms-One-third cash; the balanco in one and
two years, secured by a mortgage on thoptbperly;
purchaser to pay tor papen and stamps.
E. W. MARSHALL.
Assignee of Jos. Purcell.
February 1 mwsmsmtuO
Clothing, Dry Goods, Haid, ??c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TO-MORROW, the 4th instant. I will sell at my store,
corner of King and Libortv streets,
A well-selected invoice of CLOTHING, received by
50 Gent'* CLO IH FROCK COAT?
73 (.col's Cloth and Cassimero Sack Coats
250 pair Cassimcro. Tweet and t'a tine t Pants
50 Ca S?-i in ere aud Tweed Vests
SO Plaid butts, Coats and Pants.
A general assoriment of DRY GOODS:
DRESS GOOD.-, Poplins. Stripes, Ginghams
Flannel, Satinets. Ca-simeres
Blankets, Under-birts, Hosiery, kc
200 dozen Table and Pocket Cutlery
80 drzeu Men's and Boy's Felt and Wool Hats.
On FRIDAY I will soil
75 caaos HOOTS AND SHOES.
UNDER DECREE f\ EQUITY.
Gray, Master in Equity, vs. Huger, et al.
'1 HIS D.-.Y, tho 3d February at ll o'clock, will
bc ?old at the Old Customhouse,
. All that valuaLlo PLANTATION, situate in St. Pe?
ter's Parish, Beaufort District, south carolina,
bounding on Rice Hope, Fife and Clydesdale or Nev?
ill i: Plantation, knrwu as Murray bill, ?.na contain?
ing six hundred acres, more or less, as will mote
tully appear by reference to a ? lat ol the same by J.
N. Barrillon. .
Tcrms-One-lonrth cash ; balance in one, two and
three year?, with interest from day of sale, payable
annually. Thc credit portion to be socured by bond
of thc purchaser and mortgage of thc plautalion
sold. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
Sheriff Charleston County.
February' 3 stnth5 wi
l .MIHt DECREE IN EQUITY,
Lanneau, et al, vs. Donnell, et ai
On MONDAY, the 15th dav of Februiry instant, at
ll o'clock, will bc sold, at thc Old Cust mboasc,
Alt thal MEfcbUAoE AND LOT OF LAND rltuate,
lying and being on Concord-street, in the City of
Charlo-ton, S. C., measuring and coi faining in
fronton Concord-street one hun ? red and ten (111)
feet, more or loss, and in depth one hundred and
forty-five (145) feet, moro or less; butting and bound?
ing to tbe west und north on lands of the Nc w Yolk
Steam Packet Company, to tl o south on lands now
or late of tho estate cf John F. Knox, and to tho cast
lermt-Onc-tourth cash; thc balaree on a credit
of one, two, three, four and five yoars, secure 1 by
bond or bonds of thc putchoser, bearing inter, st
from thc d.>y of sale, payab o s^mi-annuallj. and a
mortgage ol thc property. 1 ho buildings to be in?
sured and thc policy assigned.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
S herid Charleston County.
Fcbrusry 1 mwl7
UNDER DECREE IV EQUITY.
Ashhurst vs. Dick).
On SAI URDAY, ibe CtL day of February next, at ll
o v leek, will bo poli , at the Old Customhouse,
All that IO i OF J.AND, with the buildings there
on, situate ou the east side of Comiug-stieei, one
door south of Ge<>ige-9ireet. berna the northern part
ol (be lot designated on the plat of St. Phillip's
Church Lands by thc numbe.- 10, measuring 26 loet
6 inches on Coming street, and 25 feet 6 inches on
thc cast linc by 177 feet in depth on thc south lice;
buu iding north eu 1 ot No. 9 cn said plat, casi on
Lot No. 8, si utJb on part of Lat No. 10, and west on
'terms-One-half cash ; ba'ancc in one year from
day of sale, secured by bond of thc purchaser, and
moiigagc ol 'be piemtscs sold, pureba-or to pay
lor paper* and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Micriff Charleston County.
Jaonary29 " fnawlsl
TBE LARGE?! AND BUST SELECTED STOCK
?VER BROUGHITO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
LNG ARTICLES MADE BY
.UBIN, P.lHENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIliTE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OIHERS.
."ogether with a fuU assortment of
routh, Hair aud Nail Brashes,
LLL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Thc ladies are respectfully invited to call and ox
mine beforo purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. PANKNIST,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmwSmos ' Charleston, S. C.
W. Y. LEITCH &R: S/BRUNSf
Under and by yirlno of a decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston County, I wi ll sell, at public
auction, TRIS DAY, the 3d of February, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND with, the three story Brick
Store and outbuildings thereon, ai mato on the south
fide of Broad-street, corner of Gadsden's Alley,
known as the No. 17, measuring and containing Bx
front on Broad street twenty-seven feet tlx inches.
(27 ft 6 in.), and in depth on Gadsden's Alley ninety,
three feet six inches (93 rt 6 in.), be the said dimen?
sions more or less; cutting and bounding to the
north on Bread-' treet, east on landa now or late of
-, south on lands now rr late of --, and west on
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, recured by bonds cf tho purchaser, bearing
interest at seven per cent per annum, payable semi?
annually, secured by mortgage of the premises;
buildings to be insured and the pohcy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and for stamps.
JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver of DAWSON & BLACKMAN.
February 3 -WB7
W. T. LEITCH & Ii. ?. BliUNS,
Under and by virtue of a Decree of the Court of
Equity for Charleston County, I will sell, at Pabilo
Auction, TO-MORROW, the i th February prox., at
ll o'clock, on the premises, No. 17 Broad-street,
ALL THE STOCK IN TRADE AND FIXTURES OF
A WELL APPOINTED DRUG STORE,
ooKsiSTxtte ry rAM or:
TRUG*', ll tl TC IN Ki-, Peifumery, Fancy Articles,
Boitles, Jara, Cosmetics, Counters, Scales, Surgical
Ins truments, and all the necessary Founts for manu?
facturing Soda Water. Also, tho Good Will of the
establishment . " JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Receiver ot Dawson h Blackman.
Terms of sale cash. wsStbl . Februarys
Three Mules, Two- Horses, One Cart, O?ee
and Household Furniture, Sewing Ma?
chines, S?c , at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THI? DAY, at half-past in o'clock, at No. 33 Broad- -
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Hotel in
Camden, known as DeKalb House.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,? '
On TUESDAY, the 9th or Februarv, 1869, at TI
o'clock A. M., Will be sold at the Old Pos tomeo,
The HOTEL in camden, known aa the DEKALB
HOUSE, situate on the northeast corner of Broad
and Do Kalb stree's. The lot being known and dis?
tinguished in the plan of Camden as part of lot No.
773, measuring one hundred lent on Broad-street,
three hundred and twenty-two leetonDeKalb-street;
bounded north by lot No. 772, east by remaining
rortioiiof lot No. 773, south by DeKalb-street, and
west by Broad-street
Trims-Two thousand four hundred dollars cash;
the balance on a credit of one, two, three and four
years, secured by bond and mortgage, with buildings
imuredand policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papera.
' BENJAMIN Y. PIPPEY,) Assignees
WILLIAM S. WILSON, ? in
JOHN BYERS, ) Bankruptcy,
(Of the firm of Tracy, Irvin & Co., Bankrupts, New
York.)_? wsg_January 20
Residence in Rutledge Avenue.
BY LOUIS D. DeSA?SS?RE.
On TUESDAY, the 9th day of February, at ll o'clock
A. M.. will be sold ut the uid Postofflce,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the desirable Wood?
en Residence thereon, tiiuato on the east s'de ot
Rutledge avenue, being the third Lou-o north of
Rad lhTe-stroet, containing six upright and one
cir?-iii'; rocm. pantry,private shirs, double piazzas,
sWte roof, cistern, itc. On the premises are kitchen,
ct-T'ago house, stable, and ample accommodations
for Cf varna. The Lot measures about 12 Aet front
by about 145 feet deep, moro or less.
Conditions-$2 )00 cash ; ?500 subjeot to an "An?
ti bellum" bond and mortgage, on which a credit of
one year will be al owed; the balance of tbe parchase,
money to bo by bond, payable in two years from day
of sale with seven per cent, an tm il interest to be
eecuied by mortgage of the property; the buildings
to be kept injured and pclicy assigned. Purchaser
to pay for all neceasiry papers and stamps.
january 29 Istutbsmtu7
BY HUTS0.N LEE, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an o.'der to me directed by tho Hon.
George S. Bryan, Jndgool the Uuited states Court
for the District of South Carolina, will bo sold at
public onie y on TUESDAY, the 16th day of Feb?
ruary next, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Custom?
/Ol that TOWN LOT OB PARCEL OF LAND, with
thc two- ?lory Wooden Building and outbuildings
thereon, situate, lying and being on the weat Bide of
Ashley River, bstwoen Bea and Caunon streets and
known as No. 19; measuring and containing in front,
on Ashley-street sixt\-seven feet six inches (67 6), ou .
back or west Une seventy-six feet (76), on the south
and north lines one hundred and sixty-five (165) feet,
bc tbe same moro or less; butting and bounding to
tho north on lands of E c. Holland, to tho cast on
Ashley street, to tho south on lands of Mark E.
Cohen, sud to tho west on lands now Or lato of W. T.
All that TOWN LOT '?R PARCEL OF LAND,
situated on thc north side of Ca'houn-street one
door west of smith-street, lmmedia'oiy upon Ben?
nett's M ll Pond; measuring and containing in front
on Ca houo-street (60) six y feet, on bask or north
line (80) eigi ty ieee fix inches, on east line (166) one
hundr- d and fifty-six ieot and on weat line (160)
one hundred and sixty feet be. tho same more or'
less; butt ns and bounding to tho north and west
on Bennett's UBI Pond, to the east on lands now or
late ot James Poyas, and to the south on Calhoun
street, as per plat on record in Plat Book "A'," No. 1,
in Mesne Conveyance Office for Charleston District.1
'J eine-One habtcash; balance in one year, fee tir?
ed by > ond of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, build ngs to he insured and policies as?
signed. Tm chaser to pay assignee for all necessary
papers and stamps. J. B. BlasELL, Assignee.
January 29 fm wutul
~ BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
A TORTABLE THREE-HORSE STEAM ENOTNE
AND BOILER complete and now in operation.
A new Two:ve -htor^e Steam Engine and Boilers.
A Twenty five-Uora-i Steam Engine and two Boil?
ers, complete. Apply at
February 3 ws3* No. 31 BBQAD-ST REET.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Broad-street, sontli side, near
At Private i ?lo- i
FIBSi'CL? SS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensiv, UM) Vluablo Manntictories, Mill Sites
and Drlfgbtiui summer Residences in various
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BBILDHsG LOTS of all fizee, prices
and descriptions in every part of tho olty
January 25 mwlSmo
"BY J. ERASE il t?ATHEWES.
Kcal Estate Agent, No. CO Broad-street.
For<ea!e and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water uavi^atlou and healthy locations ali the
R'CIi and CUT K>3 PLANTATIONS and F ABMS hs
all pan? oi tbe Mate.
MTV' PROPERTY of every description.
Kevoaiber 2 limos.
UH AT ATTRACTION
QU INDY'S & CCV8 PHOTOGRAPH AND
FIN R ART GALLERY.
NOW ON PX ?il Bli ION 1H-. LA HG B ST AND
finest Collection of cu HOMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in ? marleston. They aro perfect .oop'es of cel?
ebrated Works of Art both ancient and modern.
Amona the collection, muy bo found SALVATOR
RuSA'S Ht-.AD OF CHRIS!, Corrcggo't.Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowbottom's English Scenery, Baxter's
English and Irish Sccnerv, Viens on tbe Rhine, The
J ung fraud, xhe Wetterhorn, Marine Views, and
lac public are respectfully invited to call and see
these beautiful Works ol Art They are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in the prrce Pi Kui LAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent improvements in producing these
pictures enable us to DOW offer tho at nearly one
half the tormcr prices, and tar supe* or. CaUand
OUR CARTES DE TTSTTB AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention given to children. Also to copy
iue old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Satisfac?
tion in all casas truarauteed, and at prices to corres?
pond with ibu limes.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUAI TER AND MAGNOLIA
At lt educed Price?, v.
A fine collection of
STERBO?COPIO VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NOR i H CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These are the first and only Photographs ever taken,
in that locaUty,
Ct U 1 N.B Y di cu.,
- No. 261 KI-NG-sTREET,
CHARLES TON, & O.
November 12 3mos