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THE DAILY NEWS.
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NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY.
BECOGNTZED AS HAVING TBE LARGEST CIR
OCLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REM VIN
IN? IS THE POSTOEFICK AT TEE END OE
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW rCSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS will be eerved to subscri?
bers in tbe city at SIX*J>OLI.ABS a yt ss in advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, payable to thc carriers.
AUCTION SALE THIS DAY.
E. W. M. Mackey will sell at ll o'clock, at
thc old customhouse, a bonos anl k t in Coming
MEETINGS THIS 1>AY.
Charleston Ty po; :i a ph cal Sociely, at 7 r. M.
Y-ung Mon's Cari%ttan Association, at half-past 7
TILE ?AEINEH'S CHURCH.-There will be
?erviecs in Ihe Mariner's Church, Church-street, to?
morrow, Sunday, at hal'-past ten o'clock in the
morning, and bull-vast ihtes o'clock m the after?
PENALTY FOR CRCHE.- \ll porsons, whether
?white or colored, who are brought before the Mayor's
court, at>d are fined for the offences for which they
are arraigned, if they fail to pay tho fine are Bent to
the House of Corrie ion, and often compelled to
worl&ho ?EC out in thc city drains.
COLORED LAWYER. -In the Court of Common
Pleas at Columbi:*, ou Monday, Representative
Whipper, a colored lawyer, appeared for Poggy Bol?
ton, colored, ehwged with assault and battery upon
a lady. This, we believe, is th-? first appcaiance of a
colored lawyer ia the courts of tbis State. Colored
lawyers, howver, practicum the United States Su?
rrte Court, a?d IQ the courts of several Northern
ARREST CF BxGirwAxatZK AND RODDERS.
Yosterdty Georg? Godfrey au-.l-Rioglcy, colored,
were arrested by Magistrate Fuccb.cn thc charge
of being the principals ia the murderous assault
made on Mr. Tennent in Cannon-street on Monday
ni, hi last. Dini'lcy ?va? committed to jail, and Good
frey was pui und*r bou:'s to answer the charge.
Th? other parties connected with the affair ?rill soon
be arrested, when tho outrage will bo properly inves?
THE STEAMSHIP PROMETHEUS.-The very im?
portant trade bclwccn this port and Philadelphia re?
quires the best facilities wUch can bo given lo it.
and we aro plessed to notice that Messrs. Jno. &
Dire-. Getty have ?Lc stermsLip Prometheus now
regularly employed in this service. This steamer
made an excellent run cn lier last trip to this city,
and she has been rapiJly laden and went to seo yei
terday with a full cargo. Her stevedore*. Mr. Smith,
deserves ment?an tor thc promptness with which
his worl; was executed.
SOUTHERN STOCKT were dull in New York on
Tuesday. The Herald quotes: "3cuti Carolina
sixes 72a73: South Curo'.iua sixes, Lew, 70a"l ; South
Catalina sixes, registered, 60u65; City of Memphis
sixci, 52;;a53:i; ?"itv of Savaauaa scvics. 87a90;
City of New Orleans coa3r?ls, SUa81??; Mobile and
Ohio sterling. G2aCl; Mobile and Ohio eights, 59a52;
Mississippi Courrai Rai road, first mortgage, C7a7t>;
Memphis ana Charleston, first mortgage. 87a90;
Memphis and Charleston, sec nd mortgage, 75?7G;
Memphis and Charleston, stoel?, I7a5?."
Tun NEW Cunr.cn ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
Ibo Gazette for this week sey^: "TAO weeks ago we
noticed thc laying of the e-onicr stone of a Catholic
church to bc erected on Sullivan's Island aud dedi?
cated to thc worship of Oed under the invocation of
St. Mary. Star ot the vea. The church is IT be a
brick structure th'rty by six'y feet, having a i-pirc
one hundred and twenty tecthigb. surmounted by a
cros.i, which will rerve as a sign of hope and forti?
tude to tho outgoing imriuer, an I a beacon of joy
and safety to the wc irv travllcras ho approaches
our hospitable shore "
STEAaismre BOUND TO SEA.-Thc water front
of onr harbor preseuicd a cheering sight about mid?
day yesterday to oh well-wishers to tho prosperity
aud development ff orr city. At the above mention
od limo no less than five superior steams-hpe were
proceeding dow;: the Lobte bay ia (root of the city,
and went rapidly io si *:. They ?ere, in part, bound
to several of tho commercial centres of the North,
aud one of them for an Atlantic vov.ge. They wero
the Biitish steamship Stalin, for Liverpool; the
steamships Charleston and Saragossa, for New York;
.Prometheus, for Philadelphia, and Sea Gu l, fer Ba -
timore. Part of their cargoes consisted of six hun?
dred and six-'y bags o? soi i?lond, forty-two hundred
anvl twenly4hree boles of up and cotton and six hun?
dred and fixt; -seven tierces of rica.
THE STATE COURT.-The Hon. ll. B. Carpen?
ter presided. The motion o the Attorney-Genoral
foi a new indictment against Reeves was granted;
also motion to discharge Michael Burns, accused cf
being an accessory ot Rccvts, on recognizance of
$3C0. Rules of attachment against numerous wit?
nesses were ordercu to be issued, John Symons,
tried for larceny, was fouud guilty, but recommend?
ed to mercy. Toney Washington was acquitted of
tbe charge of assault and battery. Tho grand jory
found true bills in thc foRowing cases: Jacob
Bailey, Julii Green. Jo.-eok Slorlbcck, Charlotte
Wa'kcr, Nat. Gadsden, Booert Jon's, John James
Isaac Jervey, Samuel Bates, all colored, burglary and
larceny. Jackson Richardson, Isaiah Ricbard-on,
Thomas Eicb:?rd?oi>, J.mes Richardson, Quash Cap?
py, alias "Poor Boy Dappy,"Jack Holloway, and
-- Reston, all colored, lirceny; aud no b ll in the
ca;o of Hugh Furguson, white, assault and battery.
THEUNTTI-D STAT^3 Corr.T-Tho lion. Ceo.
S. Bryan pr?sida'. Tbs petition of Lormg &
GaUsWrutabluh lien in the matter of W P. Way.
was favorably reported oa by thc Registrar, and the
assigao: waa ordered to sci!, aud from proceeds ol
salo to satisfy tho lien. The petitions cf D. Ril y
and H. Livingston, executor-, to c.-tat lisa ben in the
matter of J. C. Kuanerly, was heard and solo 'or
payment of lion ordered. Final hearing in Ihe case
ot B. M. Rochette, banlrupt, was orderid for thc
27>h day of February. George A. Hoff nan, o'Ihe
firm of Hoffman, Brabham & ? o., wa' finally dis?
charged. Tho petition ol F. }. Smith. a.-si?nee of
-Jo^ah J. Brabham, bankrupt, lo sell real eslato to
satisfy lieu, was favorably reported on by tho Hegis
trar, and the nais ordered on first Monday lu March.
James W. Jennings, Tsham Moore, John J. Cres?
well and Richard 51. Voorc, were finally discharged
from bankruptcy. L. W. 0'fl ear was appointed as?
signee in the case i of Ibcodorc stoney aud l k-hard
REPORTER'S CRUITRS.-Templeton will bo
here on the e'ghicenta with the "White Fawn."
A plan of the new Catholic Church to be built in
Aiken was on exhibition at the "Bot Supper" last
evening. John H. Devereux. Esq , is thc architect.
Mr. A. M. Moraltud sob) S2300 worth of crt/ stock
yesterday at sixty-two cents.
Tho wotkon the new Germ in Church, King street,
is progressing finely. Tho workmen aro engaged on
The Orphan Houso i* sct'.ug a thorough cleaning;
tho super ntendent is util.zing the labor el the toys.
Estimates were handed iu yesterday, to the com?
mittee of Council, for paiatiag the railing arouu.l
The prisoners of tho House of Correction had a
nico elmo of ii yoster.'ay. :n the coU, cleaning thc
city d; lins as a punishment.
The shell roaJ I? receiving acothor coating ol'
shells; ibu re coat raino hive done it but very little
Jaine- J. Beeves -.-ir. remanded to jail yesterday.
He will bc Indicter! for the simo crime again.
'Inc trial of Jam. s Loring oil s Indian Jim, will
.?die place ou lue day, tho lOih insiant.
A few more chairs in the court room wiU add to
the convcuience of tho placa.
Why don't som? enterprising person Introduce the
velocipede bec ! Tho shell road has a hoe surraco
CLUBS AND STABS.--TDO following cases were
disposed of ai tho Mayor's Court yesterday morning:
Joe Johnson, colo: ed, arrested tor bealing cloth?
ing from Mr. William Roam, at No. 79East Bay, was
turned over to the detectives for oxaniiuution.
Owen McNciry, Richard ByaD, and Martin
Brook, white, for being drunk and disorderly on
the streets, were fined five dollars eacb.
James Conner aod Ned HUtou, while, arres'ed for
riotous conduct and resisting tho policeman at thc
comer of East Bay and El?oti-street, were Cued ten
fleury Burros, white, found drunk and unable to
t:ike care of himself in Queen-street, was fined five
Sam Middleton and Ben Moultrie, colored youths
fourteen nod fifteen > ears old. arrested for stealing
poultry Iroui Mr J. H. Po hermous, were sent to thc
Home ol Correction for thirty days.
John Kelly, white, w'U be brought up this morn?
ing for being datuk at the corner of Coming and
Beautain-strccts, and eo will H. Mooney, white, for
improper behavior in the market, j eslerday.
A mean ti.ief entered the yard of the Old Folks
Home. Trapmann street, night before last, and car?
ried off the chickens left for the sick.
TUE HOT SUPPED..-The attendance at this
entertainment list evening waa larger (han on any
other, probably due to the fict that it was tho clo?
sing night Ihe success has been substantial, no
The ?allowing is thc list of articles won: Elegant
fruit cake, Miss Jane T. 6wecgan; hands-omo toilet
pincushion, Bishop Petsico; two pair ladies'shoes,
F. Bedding, T. O. Sanders; turkey, T. A. Beamish;
ham, Bcv. Father Crogban; cake. E. F. Sweegan;
two pair shppers. T. O. Sanders, - Alden; 1 e cake,
George A. Bowman; French daube. John Moore,
D. D.: jar of Ringer, E. Lafitte; mechanical toy, P.
Bochbeit, Jr.; rich fruit cake, Lawrence Cantwell;
an infant's cloak, Mrs. Qualc; wax doll, Dr. Sarine;
pair slippers, B. O'Neill; toilet set, Miss J. 1 rake;
china cologne bottles, F. Luchboit; daub and ham,
E. W. Byan, Lem Alden - French su ar plums, J.
Meredith; wax doll, J. H. Kenny; ladies' work box,
J. W. Sawner; basket wax fruit, W. J. O'Connor;
card receiver, Mr. Murdock; holy water lount, Mr.
Quackeabu-h ; book, containing 300 Irish airs, E iza
Chase; salt stand, Mrs. D. A. Driscoll; two doylic
rings, Lem Alden ; holy water fount, Mrs. C." Bell?
man ; fine ham, Alfred Edwards ; child's dress,
E. Murdock ; child's dress. Mary E. O'Neill ;
fifteen fancy a-?clcs, won by James Barlow, Kev. C.
J. Croghan, J. W. Winn. Annie Echan, Dr. S. Ban?
dai', A. McLoy, Mr. O'Connor, Mira Sweegan. John
Dougherty, ?"ohn F. Maher, Mrs. John SawiOT.
U'n M swe-egau, Bcv. F. J. shadier, Mr. Moroso;
t ?g tullan peasants, J. Quale; two statuettes. A.
McLoy; hair wroath, Johu O'Neill; painting. A.
McLoy; ham, J. Cosgrove; child's hat. W. J. O'Con?
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Fubruaiy 5.-Pa v ii ion
Hotel. -T. J. Brabham, Barnwell; Geo. W Wisc,
Edgeficld. South Cir lina; T. W. Talbert, Ninety
s x, South Carolina ; M. C. Ball, Nor.hclstern Bail
Charleston Hotel. - W. C. Workman, Savannah;
W. D. Clarke, New York; C. A. Spring, J.J. Uphim.
Orangeburg; H. W. Lathrop, wife, two children aud
norse, Miss lt. Lathrop, Baltimore: J. F. Wooliu
North Carolina; John Chadwick, Wadmalaw; D. P
Dutawcll. Pennsylvania ; Jose: h Stuttan-.' ion, Phil?
adelphia; S. C. I hom peon, LiSt-ny HUI; W. H. Fur
kcr, Abbeville ; p. H. J cy tu un, Columbia ; H. J.
Redfield aud wife, Miss Redfield, W. B. Redfield,
Now York; Rev. D. Bolles, Boston;!". B. Ferguson
and w.fe, Baltimore; S. Wbittior, New York; H. W.
Egglcstoc, Connecticut; J. H. Bro ks, Boston; Chas.
A. Adam?, Bal?moro ; H. W. Wilwaith, Chicago;
Ihos. Grover, New 'or*.
UMBRELLAS AND CANES. - Thc largest and
finest assortment in the city, a' lemple of Fashion.
FebruiryO 1 C. H. JOHNSON. ?
CHOICE QUEEN AND BLACK TEAS, $T per
pound, at Wildon's Grocery, southed corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in tvciy style. Mince pies, ir< sh daily. Uo't cof?
fee and chocolate at all boure. Ice cream every
CABINET HATs.- Somctbinc: entirely now.
Black, Drab and Pearl Alpines, ol superior qnalily;
also, the Velocipede, amiable for young men, just
received at the Tomple of Fashion.
February 6 1 C. H. JOHNSON.
PRINCE-MCCOWEN.-By the Rev. E. T. WIKK
LKit, ou Un- morning of i ebruarv 2 a', tho residoece
of Ihe bride's mother, Mr. ALBEBT PRINCE to
Miss EMMA J. MCCOWEN, both of this city. No
fS5~ The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintance? ol Mr. and Mrs. F. W. s APPORTAS, aro
respectfully invited to attend tho Funeral Service
ol their Infant Son. JOSEPH MORTIMER, at the
residence, No. 1 Mill-street, THIS MOBSTSO, at Ten
o'clock A. M. * February 0
AST INFORMATION WANTED* OP MAT.
CORREN, who lett his home about five years ago.
Any information of him will bc thankfully received
by his wile, MARGARET CURREN, at No. 222
West Forty-?rst-strect, New York.
February 0 1*
FERROUS OF YOUTI1.-A Uh Ni LE?
MAN who xufiered for years from Nervous Debility,
Prcmiturc Decay, and all the effccls ot youthful in?
discretion, will, for the sake ot tufferiuir humanity,
send free lo all who uced il, thc receipt and direc?
tions tor making the simple remo ly by which he was
cured. Sufferers wishing lo profit by the advertis?
er's experience, caa do so by addressing, in perfect
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
No WCeuar-strcct, Mew Yo;k.
February 3 Sinos
?PIO CONSUAlPirVES.-TIIE ADVER?
TISER, having been rt stored to Le-lth ?u a lew
weeks by a very simple remedy, after bivios; suffered
Feveral years with a severe lung affectio.i, md that
dread disease Cousumpiion, Li anxious to make
known to bb fellow-suff-itcrs tho means cf cute.
To all who desire it, ho will scud a copy of Ibo pre?
scription u-cd (free ol charge), with tho directions
for prepaiing and using thc same, which Ikey will
find a 6uro cure for Consumption, Asthma. Bronchi
las, ?cc. The object of thc advert?.- cr iu sending thc
prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread ia
formation which he conceives to be invaluable; and
he hopes every sufferer will (ry his remedy, as it will
cost thom nothing ?.nd may provo a blessing.
Parties wishing Ihe prescription will please ad?
dress Rev. rDWABD A. WILSON,
VTilliamsburg, KiDgs County, New York.
February 3 3mos
93-J. S. MARUN (LATE URUBER &
M*.BTIN), will be pleased to soe his friends and cus?
tomers at WM S. COBWTN tc CO, No. 275 Kiug
street, between Wentworth and Beaufiin.
49~ALL ARTICLES SO I J) FROM THE
establishment of WM. S. CORWIN k CO , No. 275
K ug-?treet, between Wentworth and Beaufain, are
ol the FIRST QUA LI lY. They sell nogoodsbut what
eau be warranted BS PURE AND GENUINE. Thisis
au established fact.
US' WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from Ihe Moy uno Districis of China ih* choicest
chop; of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of nsw ? casons,
whieu aro unrivalled for ibcir strength ?nd delicacy
of flavor. We warrunt our TKtS to be ).u e aud un
udut teruteO, amt lo que (,'encml KlUafactiOtt. AB WO
ar-s i OD?tafct y iu receipt of large cargoes of Teas, wo
are enabled to oiler to thu | ublic tue finest chops ct
a i i ico that many dealers offer inferior T ea af. K
trial and comparison will at once provo tb s asser?
tion, und it ouly romains lor tuc public to Judge for
thcm.-clves. WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 2T5 Kin.'-s rcct.
OS-RTJY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
Kui CTE & CHAPMAN, corner Kine and Rudcliffe
streets, and get a better article fur the s a ino monoy
than at any other establishment in the c ty.
November ll 3mos
?5-CITADEL SQUAREBAPTIST CHURCH.
Serviocs on SUNDAY Monunfo at Balf-past Ten
o'clock-in tho EVEMNO at half-past Seven.
Sermon at night to the Helical Student* by thc
Pastor. s February 6
MS- DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in thc Orphan's Chapel, To-Monnow
AFTERNOON, at half past Three o'clock, by the Rev.
C. P. GADSDEN._1_February 6
KS" UNITARIAN CHURCH.-THIS
Church will bo coen for Piviue Service lo-Moanow
HOUSING, at half-past Ten o'clock, and in the EVE
NINO at half-post Seven o'clock. Setviccs by Rev.
B. P. CUTLER. Subject at night-"The Mediator."
February C 1
?a*TRINITY CHURCH, HASEL-STREE f.
Service may be expected in Ibis Church, by the Pas?
tor, Ber, W. P. MOUZON, To-Motnow MOBNING, at
ha!-pa9t Ten o'clock, and in thc \FTEBNOON at half
past 1 bree o'clock, and at NIOHT at half-past Seven
o'clock. 1 February G
85" RECEIVER'S NOTICE. -TUE UNDER?
SIGNED, having been appointed i;c<viver rf thc
late firm tf DAWSON \ BLACKMAN', hereby gives
notice that aU claims against sud firm mast bc pro?
genie! to him, an.i all persons iudebted mu-t make
payment to J NO. I. HUMPHREYS,
January 13 No. 27 Broad-street.
JOT NOTICE.-THE FIRM Ol? A. GETTY
& CO. having ceased a long limo stace, those who
are still indebted to the late firm arc notified to make
payment without delay.
Charlesion, February 1,1S6P. 2 February 5
XS- THE CELECRXTED W. S. C. CLUB
HOUSE GIN. pure, soft and unequalled-W. S. COR?
WIN i: CO., tole Agents. Medical men or the high?
est Ptanding acknowledge that Gin, in i's pure stale,
has great medical properties. We therefore place
tho CLUB HOUSE GIN bclorc tim pub!:: with the
greatest confidence, and moro particularly to Dies'!
who UPC it mc-di. ina'ly, as an article that ouly re?
quires to bo known tj be properly appreciated,
??f* SI 50 per bottle, ila per rase.
?3? AUDITOR'S OFFICE, CHARLESTON
COUNTY. CHARLESTON', JANUARY 8TH. 1S?9.
The following divisions ol this County iuta Assess
m1 nt Dis'ricls, aadas'igumcnts thcrc'oof Assessors
Tor the asssesment of real aud personal^ property,
taxable under thc act ?'Providing for thc assessment
and taxation of pro; crty," passed September 15th,
180?, is hereby published f ..r general information, to
CITY OF CU.UII.ESTON.
Fiist District-Comprising Wards Nos. 1 and 3, lying
oait of Meeting and- oula ol Calhoun strvcU-alr. P.
Q. McHUGH, As:es3or.
Second District-Comprising Wald i No?. 5 and 7,
cast ol Kiu?-3trcct arid south of tho city boundary
line-Mr. BENJ, K. EISLOCH, Assessor.
Third O.striut-Ccmpri-ng Wards Nos. 2 and i,
lying west of King and sra h. of CJIQOUO stree ta
Mr. JOHS W. KI SOM AN.
Foiuth Dislrict-Comprising Wards Nos. G and 8
lying west of King-stroot au.l so-jtk of the eily bouu
lary linc-Mr. J. M. F. DE BEEF, Assessor
Fifth Districl-Coinriii-lii/ all 'hit sa.'ioa of
country wits in ino count* lying cast of thc Sanios
Canal and the Cojper Uiver, cousis'.ing of the P?r
shes of St. Stephen's, St. James' S.iutcc, St. Tboui
ts, Christ Church, and the^^^accut islauds, includ?
ing that portion of St Johu's Berkeley, cast of tho
ibove uamed Imo-Mr. S. F. LEQUEX, Asses
sor, Messrs. S.D. RUSSELL and J. D. HINDS, As?
Sixth District-Corrprisiug all that se.tion of coun?
try within the county lying west of thc Sautce Canal
ind tho Cooper River, ronsi-diog of at. Jamed Goose
l.'rcek. and that p. rtion of St. JolinN Berkeley, not in?
cluded m thc Fifth Districl-Mr J. W. GRIEFIN,
Assessor; Mr. E. S. MIKEL!., Assistant.
Seventh District-Comprising all of thc Pariahes
of St. Andrew's aud St John's Holleton, and the ad
?scent islands-Mr. WILLIAM DART, Assessor; Mr.
THOMAS A. BAYWARD, Assistant.
Eich Assessor is required ti complc'o thc assess?
ment wl'Liu his d'stiict before th: 15: i diy of
FuVruiry, 1SC9, employing an asifs'ant if dee mo >
ce.'fssir,-, and to coull ic hi u ? 1. withia th i diF
tr'ct ta which ht is isslguid, o>8-rving ttrie!lc tie
bcmd.r/1'U-H of the sam?. While o ich Asses-or
proud "areful to avoid as fir as possl.i c any?
thing that rcay seem Uko an unne t-sary inv. et'
gat on into ibo i ri vate iff dr; of lue tat->av r, he
must at the aime tim3 au ev 'ry propor m^ans to
BStisty himself Ss to thc torrectccss ot tho-durna
It is mo-t important that tho Assessors and all par?
ties interested shoulJ uoder.?tand that the year fur
which this assessment is made terminates on Ibo 1st
Jay of Ucp'.i mber, i83S; and that it is thc property
which has been hold by the tux-payer duriug the
year preceding that dat; that is lobe assesed for
Each Assessor her-iu uanW and assigned to a dis?
trict is requirM to enter upon tho discharge of his
Julies on .MONDAv the lllh iuslaut, and to regoit to
Ibis office whenever it may be deem od necessary.
Assessors should read carefully tho oct providing
"or thc assessment and tax dkm o' properly, and (ho
ustructiou to Assessors appcuded thereto.
A. J. RANDIER,
Auditor Charleston Couuty.
B5~ GOOD ADVICE.-LET OUR POSSES?
SIONS y.o what they may-marble palaces, broad
[ands, magnificent plate, or casket; of'-precious
?tones"-they all tiuk in tho balance against Hea?
ven's great boon, HEALTH, and they cannot been
oyed without it And yet how lillie is it valued,
iud how carelessly pres rved. The liws cf u-iture
cannot be violated with Impuuily. Night revelry,
luxurio us living, ii regularity of meals, and a disor
jered appetite, will gradually destroy Ihe power and
ic?vity ot thc stomach. Uow maa; ladles and g n
lU mou cat acd driuk disease at late suppers, and
msc ra the niora: U;. with headache, lora of a? pc ito,
I'.clins languie and unrefreshed, 'lhere can be no
metical remedy that will turn lea 1 iutr. icod, or
poisoned drinks into uu r?inenl; but m~d-cal soieuco
can asslii naiiirc, supply ex'jun. ted finida, ni;d to a
(jrcat cxteot corro et thc effects ot disease, 'n al cases
melius th? above, wc recommend PLANTATION
BIT! Ht*. You will fi id turin just thc thing-at
the same time a most deliuioui tonk and appet z:r.
ft* AO s OLIA WATZB -Superior to thc best imported
Gtrman Cologne,aud sold at half th - prie;.
February 2 tnlhs3
XSrTHE EXTEN j? TO WHICH IHE ADUL?
TERATION ol I iqnors is ramed n-j in this coun?
try makes it thc duty of the purchaser lo inverti
gale the merits of the article ollored far talc. I; is a
well kuown fact that many of the Brandies. Wiucs,
kc, are manufacturo! from - renell Extracts, Esssn
liil Oils and Alcohol, which is poisonous, thoruby
causing many injurious effects.
Tho public is justly su;pictous of nearly every?
thing put up for sale nuder the uamc of Liquor-;, and
tho trade has boon brought into disrepute, und iu
order to insur^ to these who deaire a Pure Article, it
is ouly necessary for us to soy that wc, Import Direct
all urandics, Wines and '?ius. and warrant them pcr
feclypure as .riuiuill; imported.
All Bottled Liquors bearing thc libols of W. S.
CORWIN A CO., can bo relied upon as being pure.
jt*-"?r-Purchasers should no icu that the Pa; cr Cap
over the cork is not broken. We pij for ?Joules that
have our labels on, One Dollar per d^ zen, when re?
?3-11RIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.- ESSAYS
FOR YOI NG Mi-.N oa tho interesting relation ol
Bridegroom to Bride iu the institution ol Marriage*
a gmJii to mitrimooial felicity aud true happiness.
Sent by mail in pealed leitcrouvclopcs free . f charge.
Address SOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. September
?.ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON TUE
Errors i.nd abuses incldeul to Youth and Early Man?
hood wita till hu.nano vi >w of trcstan '.it ?md ? ure,
scut by mail ftec ol charge AdJress HOWARD
AS-OC1&1TON, ! ox P, Philadelphia, PA.
January 20 . 3mos
4*^ BATCHELORS 11 AIR DYE. -ITHS
spleudid Hair Dyo is the bost nt ihe world; thc
only true and porfect. "Dye; bormluta. roliabl?
nstaatauootifl; no disapiioiotmeut; uo ridicul?us
tints; remedies the ill effects Ol bad dyes; invigo?
rate? and loaves tho bair soft nnJ beautiful black or
brown. Sold bv ali Druggists and Pr.rfuu ers; and
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, No
Boud-itrcet, NCT York. lyr January 3
^CONSIGNEES PER 8TEAM8HXP
JAMES ADGER. from Now York, ote hereby "notified
that she is discharging cargo at Adger's Wharf THIS
DAT. Goods remaining on the wharf at sunset will
be stored at expense and risk of owners.
JAMES A DOER & CO.,
?3- ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
having demands against the Esta'.c of the late Cap?
tain JOHN PALMER, of .-t. f-'tepkons' Parish, aro re?
quested t> present them properly attested, and those
iudebted to said Estate to mike payment to me.3
S. W. PALMER,
f Administrator Estate John Palmer,
Jnnuarv 2G tutbsG St Stephen's Depot, ft. C.
JOS"THE INCLEMENT SEASON, AND IIS
effcc!s on the weak oud feeble. The drafts which
searching cold makes upon thc vital poured the
debilitated and delicate aron t les3 revere than the
drain upon their strength caus-d hy excessive heat.
The vost disparity betweeu tho tcmperatuie of
ovor-hoated rooms and offices, nt this season, ami
the frigidity of the outer air U a fruitful source of
sickness. To fortify the bo-Jy again3t Ibe evil
C0DSPq']c:ice3 of the sudden alternations o:' heat
and cold referred to, the vital orginization should
be strcnglhcnel an-.l oidowod with extra resistant
pi wer by the usc of a wholesome invigorant; and, of j
all peparatlons tor this parp?se (whether embraced
in the regclar pnirmacopoia, or advertised in the
public journals), there is nono thr.t willcompore
in purity and ?xcellenco with HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS. AeUng directly upon the
organ which cnr.vcrls the food into the luci of lifo,
thc preparation imparts to it a tone and vigor which
is cora'-ucicated to ..very fibre of t'-.c frame. The
digosfivc function ticing accelerated by ita tonic
operation, tho livor regulated by its anti-bilious
properties, and th- waste mailor ol thc system car?
ried off punctually by its mild aperient action, the
whole organiz ition will necessarily be in the best
si'ule condition to mest th - shocks of winter and
the sudden changes of temperature. Thc weak and
sensitive, csp .'dally, cinnot encounter these vicissi?
tudes with safely, unless their teuder syetemtarc
strengthened and braced by artificial means. Every
liquor sold as a st iplc of trade is adulterated, and,
?rere it otherwise, moro alcohol ia simply a tempo
rai-y cxcitint. which, wheu its first effects havo sub?
sided, leaves tbo physic tl power' (iud the mind as
well), in a worse condition tban before. HOSTET
TLB's BITTER:), OJ tho other hand, contains th?
ess -mial propcrt'fs of thc most valuable tonic tnd
alterative roots, bat kn and horbs, and their active
principal is tba mellowest, least exelling and most
inocuous of all diffusive slimulaals.
Februar?C DAC C
IITJE, THE UNUER;IGNED, HEREBY CAUTION
y \ Manuiacturcrs, venders, or uaerj, from in
frit-ging upon our Patent c'.aimi. upon thc RICE
PLANTER, as we shill ouforco the penalties of
the law against a l offonCcrs.
WAGONER k MATTHEW <."$.
PJEU s i t: AME a cninuiA.
VEGE I ABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS, BULBOUS
BOOTS, ic-, viz: Laxly and Largo Yoik rab
bigo, Karly and Late Drum Lead, farly and Late Bat?
tersea, Early and Late Flat Dntcli, Karly May, Early
Sugar Lost, harly Ox llca-t and Green Glaze Cab
biigcs, Drumhead and Croen <.'urlcd Savoys, Brown
und Green Curled Kale. Cau'iilowor. Broculli, Rad?
ish, Turnips, Boa's. Carrots, sp.nach. Onion Seed,
Parsnips, p irslcv. Leeks, Lettuce, Thyme, Sage, ic,
kc, Red and White Planting union*.
FINE M'XED GEKANHAS, 60 ctuU per paper;
Large Pansy or Hea tacase. Largo Double tarni
tiou*. Picotee au ) Pheasant's Eye Pinks, Mixed Ver?
bena. Doublo Blood-rod Wallflower. Double Dah lo,
Double GUIiflownrs, Doublo C.lsims. 25 conta per
paper; Scarlet, White uno Purple CaiiditiHK Double
ch na jinks. Giita Tricolor Double Hollyorks,
* lark ia Pulchella, Larkspurs, Sweat William. Core?
opsis, PoppiC3, Mixed N'cmophilla Snap Dragon,
Canterbury Bells, Coxcomb, Sweot Aliguouode,
Sweet Alvssum, Princiss Foaiher, china aud Ger?
man .'..it- ra. Primrose Zcunia, Petunia, Portulaca.
Phlox Drummondi, Rel Valeria;, Running V uo<,
tc, ic , 10 c.-nts pc-piper; fino tarong and vigo?
rous strawbeiry P. ant*, a choice colk>cliou of lea
Roses Double Lahiias, ail colors.
>n ass .riment of HOU-KK TE PING ARTICLE.-,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
For salo by JOHN THUMS N ? CO.,
No. 2-8 Kiag-strccr,
January IG uluthl2 Curie, ton, S. C.
DOT TE Li ER'S
Improved Rice-sowing ITadiiuo.
PATE VT ICD AUGUST ll, 1803.
THIS IMPORTANT LKROR-SAYTNG MACHINE,
. specially adapted to ihe Hiro Planting Interest,
ia now offero to them after having been fully test?
ed br many experienced plant?is, and giving ontire
satisfaction wherever tbey have been lairly tried.
(Seo certificates a' my office.)
Planteri fhould not fail to securo tho odvactages
of this Machine, os it saves labor an J uce.i, and does
both trenching and sobing in thc most perfect man?
ner, insuring a fine ,t? I in all caies.
Ap lily to
William S. Henerev
MACHINISI AND FOUNDER,
No. 311 MEE riNG-STREET, CUARLES
TCN, S. C.
Fcbmarv 2 luthslmo
(il?tljinr) fliih /arni?!)infl (Soo?is.
CLOSISH ?Ui. SALE.
IN ORDER IO DISPOSE OF THE BAT ANCE OF
FALL AND WINTER
Sc J to make ror-ra lor our
SPR.N3 AND ?U.*2MER SUPPLIES
Which wc expect thc loiter par! of Uli? month, wo
hive reduced the pricoi .-if our (?oo.-'.s
RE UAK DL ti Uti TO t USP OK .llAMUP.lC?
TU? IR G Till;: SAM!'..
lhanklna the public f jr their very libera! pclron
ago, we hope hy our lair dealing to merit a contin?
uance of the s;:mo. Wc res-pcc'.l'ully invite one and
all lo call aud sec for themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
BETAIL 1 EpARTMENT No. 303 KIN'GoT.,
Next to Cowperthwait's Purni.uro Stcre,
WHOLESAL . - DEPARI MENT,
No. 157 Mocti' g-otreot.
February 2 Imo Opposite ' harlrston Hotel.
HOE*! H?SSJ HUES i
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
Dris Agra ami steamship Golden Horn,
b'UOM LI v"ti j?^e>L.
BRADES' CllO'iVK HOES
EL WE LL'J SOI KE P SPADES
Si EE? CORN >!lLLs
PADLOCKS IN sara, Wil li MASTER KEYS
CARRON WAR"') &O.
With a tr?nerai us o ?m-iilot -ma icm Uardwaro
and Ploughs, whim I "Her lo.v ioi '-ash.
C. P. POPP KN ft bin,
No 417 KING-STREET,
Febtuary 1 Imo* DAO sign on the Pavement,
OA A T0N8 No- 1 PERUVIAN GUANO. WAB
25\j\J RANTED genuine and direct firm agente'
warehouses. 'J o an i re per schooner KO BET from
New Fork. For sale by B. M?BUTLER,
February 6 No. 72 East Bay.
NITliE BEDS FERTILIZES.
ASUPERIOR MANURE . FOR ALL CROPS.
Manufactured from Anmal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitre purposes, by tho Confederate Gov?
ernment. Testimrnials of its value shown.
For sale very low by
J. W. SPRAGUE & BROS.
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINsMAN ic HOWELL.
No. 153 East Bay.
WELCH A BRANDES,
January 20 ws8 No 67 East Bay.
WO lt M DESTROYER
GOULD'S ALKALINE PHOSPHATE.
rr\HIS ARTICLE, BESIDES BEING A FIRST-CLASS
J_ Fertilizer, kills oil worms and insects which
destroy our Fruits, Vegetables, Aa. A limited
amount o ff ir ed for $39 a ton in order to give our
planters a chance to try it on the Cotton Caterpillar.
1 bis is far below its cost, and the amount offered at
that rate is limited. Apply at once. $30 a ton.
P. J. ESNARD,
Commission Merchant, Brood-street.
January 20 9 Charleston, 8. C.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE
JT IS COMPOSED OF THE GUANO FROM
Combined with ethe- fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COM PL HIE M INURE.
Tho Company importing tho Guano, direct from
the rich deposit ! of Birts at ALTA v.- LA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, u Fertilizer not excel?
For salo by
HURRY COBLA ?te CO.,
At Charleston. S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or the
ALTA VELA GUANO COMPANY,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
January 28 Imo
QAA TO::s GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, IN
OUU Store and to arrive direct from tho agents,
warranted puro. Being among ihe first who intro?
duced Gum, into the Mate, I can confidently rcler
to my plantinc friends that in tho series of years
(hat 1 have sold it 1 have always gtven them a good
t'urrhasers will find it lo their interest to civc mc
a call before buying, as, from the facilities I have, 1
am enabled to put it at tho lowest markot piico.
I am also Age-~t for the Stile for tho lollowing
standard MANURES, which I offer as follows:
Soluble Pacific Guano, i 65 cash, or ?TO first No?
vember, 1869; approved security, with 7 per cent, in?
Baugh's Raw Bono Phosphate. $60 cash, or SC J;
time a - above.
Phosmx Guano, $53 cash, or $65; timo as above.
Wi cox ti Gibbes' Manipu'atcd Guano, $70casb, or
$85; time as ubovc.
Flour of Bone, ?63 cash.
Farmer's Plaster or Gyp.-um. warranted, $3 CO
per barrol ol 320 pounds-cash.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Januai y 19 tuthslmo nae
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
GARDY'S "SOLUBLE PROSPHO-PERUVIAN."
SARDY'? "AMMQNIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGH HST G tC AD BS PUKE I?IIOSPIIA
TIC GUANOS AM) GROUND
L.V?0 I'LA ST IC lt.
THE U^EOFIHE ABOVESOLUBLE P?OSPHO
PEUUV1AN cud Ammouiited Solub'.o Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, beinu com?
pon: ds of tuc rici.cit Pacific Pho-phatlc Guauo,
rendered soluble; the formor containing twenty per
ceut. of Peruvian Guano, und Ibo latter highly am
moniated willi animal matter-maning the most
coucenlratcn anti | ro?tublo fortilizerj in use for cot?
ton, coru, whettuud Tobacco,
for salo in ba^s and ba:rels, lu q'lsntics to suit.
Tosiiiuou'als from those wh > have used the above
will be turu: od on application.
Gt'.AKSEll, LICE, SMITH & CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
?Feed your hand and it will Feed Yon."
December 24 DAC thstulmn
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
fPHIS GUANO DIFFLR? FROM PERUVIAN
_I_ Guano simply In >ho relative proportions of
the same ch men ts of fertility.
Its uso duiiug thc past tour years for tho culturo
of cotton ami Mm hus glvon to it a character tor
standardexcel'iCiiCO unsuipasMrd by genuino Porn
vi an Ouauo. und where seasons of drought inter?
vene. li produces a large iucrea-c of crops.
Tho price at whico this Guano ts ?.laced is so
much be'ow that of Peruvian Guauo. as to con-tiruto
it an objo:t ol ma'erial importance to .southern
Tuc lar^c ci; Kal n*id ressuTces of tho C..inpany
cuabl ' lt lo lum.sh a Guano ul' tho highest value ut
tho lowest |M>.?slb!o ' ost to consumer* and tho
highest interot of thu i oniptioy is recognize! iu
J he Company looks to large sales, Hnal profits
und aperinano.it trade for compensation on capital
?-r. .ii. JULI RN BAVENEL. of South Caro?
lina, ls ^lienlitic Director to ibo Company,
which u fiords i ?-.uro imarautce of the continued ex?
cellence uf ibo Gu.mn. None genuino unU-s brand .
edwin thc tia.u? ot JOHN ltEE?K ft CO., Gene?
ral Agonis o. thoPACLVtCOUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mole of applica.inu. applv to
jr. >. HOll SO Al,
*ge:.t for the State <>i -outh Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlauiie Wharf.
Decora' or ll) DAC srttthSmo
IH?Lfl?I MJUF/iCTUElN? 00.
INTIM: PLANTERS ANDFARMERS TO CEND
fora patuphloldemsrlptiV'i nf their Fertilisera.
Wc offer our H'.lMJ.i. ?tEFIMl.' 1* UDRE1TE.
equal io the tami hupcrphosphatr, at thc low price
ol'S'A> i cr iou. IhlsCoiuuauy al>o make a supe
rio, arfruieof Nitrofdioapbeteand iure Bone l'Ust.
K Al. ODD. -iti?hficld. V.l.. says where he uicd
tl." Double Li ?i..od Poudre tte ou coru it uouolcd the
WII.I.IASM Enos , Dover, Del, says it gave tu?ir
rhubarb .md lornalue a vigorous growth, ripening
the lat er iwn weeks earner
P. W. liurcnisos, >r, near Cherokee, Go., says ll
nearly doubled bis yield of rotten.
Hon ?Lt S. Mioiu'Eit, Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wa- ftuij equal to adjoining i.clds manured with
the bes! Su...or|)?o-phattn.
s. MONIOOJOKT, Et avilie, Gi., says it Increased
his rrun ot cotton ISO lbs per acre.
G h. OoLLsnr Mariel a. Ga., use : :t on corn and
cotton and tag? it ni- ro than doubled thc yie.d. he
rcgaids ll the. cheapest and mott reliab.e Fertilizer
within Ids knowledge.
Ei-?nvernor M.TH. Warronton. Va., tried it with
thre.e severa! crops thc last aud present j oars ?nd
says: 'T pro- ounce .t with confidouce a most valua?
ble manare "
'J he Superintendent ot Oonoral W. R. Cox, Polk
hi land Plan. a Lion. N. C., says: "I think thePo.idrette
used for c ITU ca- not bc surpai-eod; used it also on
cotton wjilch produced a large yield.
Dr E. M. PEST>L,' TON, ii urta, Ga., says: "Tho
Nltropho*| ha'o or Lime, used un cotton mado 213
nee runt, thc first j oar.
Pirfessor t.F.oKGE H. COOK, cf thc Ncw Jersey
State 'giieui.iiral Colleg*, at New llraoswirk, e?vs:
'?Hi.-: i nu He Kehn, d Puudrettc and Nicroplitsphulo
of Lime pa d lia lull lOO per cent, BOUT* tittie mar?
ke, vatua lu uie. iu reas J oi' ei ?pH line war."
Adorers LODI MA.MJftC Util MU COA1PAN?.
Dos ' L O. S?w York Post?nico. Olllco Ko. 6w oourt
J. A. EXSLOW & COI
AGENTS EOE THE COMPANY.
January H .hstuUmis
\?Ut HAl\lb AND SOFAS
EEI'AIIIED AT KINSMAN BBOS.
January 7 thstulmo
UN UEK DECUhL ?M EQA7ITY.
Ashhurst vs. Eicks.
THIS DAY, ibe Cth of February Instai-t, at ll
o'clock, will be sold, at the Old Customhouse
Ail that LO J OP .LAND, with the buildings there?
on, s? luate ou the east side of Coming-street, one
door south of George-street, being the_nortliern'part
of the lot designated on Uie plat of St Phillip's
Church Lands by tho number 10, mcasurinjz 2C feet
6 inches on Coming street, and 25 feet 6 inches on
the east line by 177 feet in depth on the south line;
bounding north on Lot No. 9 on said plat, east on
Lot No. 8, south on part of Lit No. 10, and west on
1 er ms-One-half cash ; ba'ance in one year from
?lay of sale, scoured by bond of the porohaser, and
mortgage of <hc premises sold. Purchaser ts pay
for papers and stamps. E. W. M. HACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County.
Residence in Rutledge Avenue.
BY LOUIS L>. DeS4USSURE.
Oa TUESDAY, the Otb day of February, at ll o'clock I
A. M.. will be sold at the Old PoHofilce,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho desirable Wood?
en Residence thereon, t?mate on the east side of
Rutledge avenue, being the third hon- e north of j
Radi liffe-street, containing six upright and one
dre? Bine roc m. pantry, private stairs, double piazzas,
slate roof, cistern, kc. On the premises are kitchen,
carriage house, stable, and ample accommodations
for sei vants, ihe Lot measures about 42 feet front
by about 148 feet deep, more or less.
Conditions-$2000 cash ; SlfiOO subject to an "An?
ti bellum" tond and mortgage, on which a credit ot |
ono year wiU be al owed; the i alance of tbo purchase
mouey to bc by bond, payable in two years from day
of sale with seven percent annual interest, to be
sccu i ed by mortgage r.f the property; tho buildings
to be kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
topsy for all necessary papers and stamps.
January 20 _._is;uthsmta7
Valuable Long Cotton Plantation for sale, by
order of the United Statis Court.
BX JOHN T. H?M1RREYS,
By virtue of an order oi sale to me directed by 'he
Bon. George S. Br van, Jndge-of the Unite .1 States
Court for the Dig:rici of South Carolina, I will eell
at Public Auction, on FRIDAY, February 12, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the Old Postcfflce, loot of Broad
All that valuable PLANTATION in St. Thomas'
Parish, in thc Caunt.r of Charleston, known as
"Woodland," bounded by lands of-Poyas anH
George Elfe, Daniel's Island ( reek. Clouter's Creek
and Cook's Creek, sud contain.ng t.vo thousand
three hundred and ninety-five -2395 acres, moro or
less. Ibero lands are said to bc as good for Long
Cotton as any on the islacds, and arc only six miles
from the city. The place is well settled, and may bo
rerided on all the year. It is accessible by either
Cooper or Wando Rivers, being nearly entirely aur
rounled by navigable streams, with eight or ten
landings on tho plantation.
Term;-One-third cask; balance in five equal suc?
cessive annual instalments secured by bond of pur?
chaser bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per
annum, payable annually, and a mortgage upon the
premises. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
Ass;gnee of B. J. and J. Harry Muirhead.
January 90 stuihsmwl7
Ex parte Wm. Sh/pherd, in re Joseph Purcell.
Assignee's Sale of the "Purcell Farm," on ,
thc Dorchester Road, near Charleston-at
BY G. McBMDE SMITH.
By virtue of a Decree in Bankruptcy in the above
case, will bo sold, cn TOsDAY, the 16:h inst., at
ll o'clock, at tho Cid l'o>toffiee,
All that i H1CT OF LAND, lying on tho north side
of th? public road leading from chariest m to Ashley
River Ferry, containing seventy-five and a huh*(76)?)
acres, more or lore, and also a r mali Tract of Lana
on the northern boundary of the abovo tract aod in?
corporated with it as one tract; bounded north and
cast oa lands now or late of-Howard, ? ou;h on
tho Dorchester Road, woit on lands now or lato of
-- Ueckman, aud uorlhwcst on lanes now or late
of Rev. P. O'Neill; tho place said to contain phos?
phate*, and to bc well settled.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, sccurod by a mortgage on thopiopcrty;
pureba?cr lo pay lor poners .-md stamps.
E. W. MARSHALL.
A ca i guee of Jos Purcell.
Februarv 1 mwsmsmluS
Shirts un? /uni is I) i ri? (fiton?s.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
S T -A. 3ri
SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Which are otford for sale at
THK LOWITST CASH PRICES!
M E K T 1 X G - S T R E E T ,
OPPO?lIE THE MARKET HALL.
January 9 Cmos
li. E A T ATTRACTION
QUTNBY'3 & COYS PHOTOGRAPH A.ND
PINK ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION iH--. LAUGEST AND
fiue?tCollection of CllROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
secu in ?'barlcstou. 'limy arc perfect copie? of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ano ont .md modern.
Amona tho collection may bo found SALVAIOR
ROSA'S ll LAD Oj;' CHRIS'!, Coricggo's Magdalene.
A. Delacroix's 'lido (louie Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Cuining lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson'.* English
Scenery, Rowbottom'.-) English Scenery. Uaxior's
English and Irish feeucrv. Viens ou thc Rhiuc, 'lue
Jungl'raucl, tho Weltorhorn, Maiino Views, auJ
The public are respectfully invited Ul rall and ree
thtse beautiful Wart? ol Art. They are ottered for
salo at Jicw York pi ices.
Groat reduction in the pnea Pi ROI LAIN PIC
i t-HES. Recout improvements .n produiilng these
pictume euablc us to now offer the at nearly one
half tho former prices, aud lar supe. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISHE AND O THEE
i'LALN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-pc: ial*ttcntion given to >btldren. Also to copy
ino old Daguerreotypes and other pictures, satisfac
lioo in all eases ouurunteed, and at prices to corres?
pond with the limes.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
PORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At I tc due td Pi-ices.
A fino collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NOR IH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These aro the first and only Photographs ever taken
- in that locality.
l? U 1 Bf B Y M C O.,
No. 2C1 KING-STREET,
CHARLES I ON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
rjotiJi??s ?V MACBETH,
No. 3G Broad-street,
Chat lesion, fr. C.,
r-ROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL, COMMISSION AGEMS.
Will atttonJ to Renting and Colloctin?; ol Bents
and purchase and SJ e ot ?stocks, JUOJJS, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To tbo Purchase of Goods and Supplies for parlies
in the country upon reasonable terms.
GEOBOE L. HOLMES.ALEXAKDEB MACBETH,
Jam ryl lyr
The Sloop Wadboo at Auction.
BY B. M. M ABS H ALI & BRO.
On TUESDAY, tho ?th instant, at 12 o'clock, will he
sold, at Fairchild's wharf, foot of Laurens-street
'i he sloop vf AO BOO. ot 22 tons measurement, and
of capacity for eighteen cords of wood, together with
her boat, sails and tackling, allin complete order.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Sale under Foreclosure bf Mortgage-Hotel in
Camden, known aa DeKalb House. . ,
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
On TUESDCS", the 9th of February, 1869, at ll
o'clock X. M., will be sold at the Old Poatofflce,
The HOTEL in Camden, known as the DEKALB
HOUSE, situate on the northeast corner of Broad
and DeKalb stree's. Thc lot bein? known and dis?
tinguished in the plan of Camden as part of lot No.
773, measuring ene hundred tee; on Broad-street,
three hundred and twenty-two leeton DeKalb-street;
bounded north by lot No. 772, east br remaining
portion of lot Na 773, Eouth by DeEalh-street, and
west by Brord-street. Sold subject to contingent
claim for dower.
Terms-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
in-ured and policy assigned. Purchaser topay for
stamps and papers.
BENJAMIN Y. PIPPEY.) Assign?es
WILLIAM S. WILSON, [ in
JOHN BYERS, ) Bankruptcy,
(Of the firm of Tracy, irrin A Co., Bankrupts, New
York.) - wa6 ?_January 80
BY B. M. MARSHALLS BRO,
On TUESDAY, 9th instant, at ll o'clock, will bs sold
at the Old Postofdce, Broad-street,
That large BRICK RESIDENCE in Auson-street,
opposite Georgs, containing nine rooms; The Lot
measures Qlty-three feet on the front fine, and
eighty-three feet on the rear line, by one hundred
and sixty-fire feet in depth, more orTeas
The LOT to the south aojolnlng the apTrru, mm
miring thirty leet front and rear by ninety feet, more
or lees. -
Conditions-One-th lrd cash ; balance by bond,
payable in one and two yean, with Interest semi-an?
nually, secured by mortgage of the premises; build?
inga to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay B. AL M. A Bro. tor papers and stamps.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, 9th lestant, at ll o'clock, will he sold,
at the Old Post?nico. Brood-street,
The PREMISES No..8 West-street, containing in
front a two-story Wooden Hons* of four room's, in
thc rear a Brick Hou-e of four rooms, oi.d a Weeden/
Budding suitable fora largo halL Premises sup?
plied with cistern, gos. Ac. Lot measures 40 by 202
leet, more or less.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance by bond, pay?
able in ODO year, with interest semi-annually, secur?
ed by mortgage of premises; buildings tobe insur?
ed and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay B. fit M..
A Bro. for papen and stamps.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, 9th instan', at ll o'clock, will be sold
at tho Old Postoffloe. Broad-street "
All that LOT OF LANI on south Bay, known as
No. 82, msasuriagoO f-et front and rear, by 158,
more or less, together with the three story Wooden
bulling thereon of six upright rooms. This ia coe of
the choicest locations in ".be city. v
Conditions--Ono-third cash; balance by bond in
on?, two and throe years, with interest semiannu?
ally, secured by mortgage ot premises; buUdinge to
be insured and po loy assigned. Purchaser to pay
B. M. M. and Ero. tor papers and stamps.
February 2_tn tb stu 4
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Oa TUESDAY, 9th February, at ll o'clock, will ba
sold at the Clo Postoffloe, Broad-street,
Tho PREMI-L? No. 25 Nassau-street. The House,
contains five upright rooms and attics. Tho Lot,
measures -. by-.
. Conditio-..s-One-third ca?h; balanceb- bond, in
one and two years, with interest secured by mort-'
gogo of premises; buildings to be Insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay B. M. M. A Bro. for pa?
pors sad stamps
February 2_ tulhatu*
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO*
On TUESDAY, 9th instant, at* ll o'clock, win be
sold at the Old Postoffloe, Broad-street,
That fine BUILDING LOi in Queen-street, nearly
opposite tho Cathedral O apel, being about the
third lot eut of Archcale ; measuring forty feet front
and rear oy one hundred.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance ia One, two
and three y eira by bond, wi h lote rea: semi-annua!
' v, secured by mortgage Purchaser to pay B. M.
M. & Bro. for pupers and stamps.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
OB TUESDAY. 9th instant, atll o'clock, will be sold,
ut the Old Postoffice, Broai-streot,
Tho PREMIRES No. 6 INSPEOriOS-dTBEBT,
containing home of four upright and two garret
rooms, dressing-room and pantry, kitchen, cistern,
Ac Let measures lorty-oLjht by one hundred and
lourleen feet more or less.
Conditions-Ono half cash ; bilanoo in one and two
ye irs bv bond, with inicroet a> mi-aaumdly, seenred
by mortgage of premises; buildings to bo insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay lt. M. M. A
Bro. tor paiors and stamp.1.
Ftbruiry2 tuthstui -
JUtlionerrs' ?prioate Sales.
BY WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
A complete'set of TIN NEBS' TOOLS. Apply aa
above at No. 136' MEETING-STEEL
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
A PORTABLE THREE-HORSE STEAM ENGINE
AND BOILEB complete and now in operation. ,
A new Twelve-Burse Steam Engine and Boilers!
A Twenty five-Horn . Stenn Engine and two Boil?
ers, complete. Apply at
February3 ws2* No. 31 BBOAD-STREET.
pw. (000118, (Etc.
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway, Kew York,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OE SOUTHEBN MER?
CHANTS to thoir splendid stock or
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, &c, &o.
All imported direct from tho Manufactnrere,
and offered lo thc trade at tho LOWEST
P1UCE3 and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January IP Via Imo
FURCHGOTT & B ROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LIDIES AND OUB
Customers in geseral. ihat we have Just re?
ceived (in nddit'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY CO .,1 Sj, a new suppiy suitable for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOOUs. POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
Heavy Balmoral Skirts at$l 12
Very choice article Black Mik SI 80, worth $2 50
Ladies' super Merino Vests only 31
A lot ol uno Piano Covots which will be sold less
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 60 to 60c
A lot ol Photograph Albums. 75 ronts
Ottcnhi-imer's celebrated French CORSET, tl 00
A full and oompl?te assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSIERY, from 12 up
A fine a-sortment of Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin clo.h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection ot
CLOSETS, COMFORTS. QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ?tc,
Ai tho lowest fifruios.
We wduld also nctify cur patrons that w^ har? ar
raueed a separate department ia our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. TRUNKS, &c.
jfcg- ENTBANCE ON CALHOUN-STREET.
FUKOilGUTT di BROS.,
No. 437 KTNQ-bTBEBT.
December 14 3 mo