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THE DAILY FEWS.
92- LARGEST CIRCULATION'.-THE DAILY
S^WS bfcING THi NEWSPAPER OfFlCXALLl
P.ICOGXIZED AS HATING THE LARG VST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PCT.LrSBES THE LIST OF LETTE US liE.U\IN
ISG IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEHN. ACCORDING TO IHE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS will be served to subscri?
bers in tbe cirj at si? DOLLARS a year in advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, payable to tbe carriers.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom, Meeting---'trcct, the contents ot a country
store and furniture
G. MCBRIDE SMITH ?ill ?ttl at 10 o'clock, at bia
salesroom, Broad-street, hordes, mules and furni?
LEITCH k BRUNS wiU s-ll ci 10 o'clock, on Mar?
shall's Wharl. turu i:;g utensil*.
&. C. MCGILLIVRAY will so I at 10 o'clock, at his
c?Sce. Broad-s:rect, horsos. u ules end vehicles.
ii. M. MARSHALL k BROTHER will sell at 10
o'clock, at their office, Bioad-street, hornes, mules,
J FRASER MATHEWJ s will sell at ll o'clock, at
his office. Broad-street, mules and horses.
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his stoie,
corner King and Liberty streets, clothing, dry goods
N. HUNT & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, in their
tat?sroom, Meetinc-street, boots, shoes, kc.
MEETINGS THIS DAT.
German Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Grand Councd Beyal and Select Masters of South
Carolina, at 112 M.
Homo Luildin.' and 1 oar Association, at 7 P. M.
Delta Lodge of Per.'ccliou. at 7 P. M.
?^anklin Lodge, at 7 P. >L
NOTABT PUBLIC.-B. M. Heriot, Esq., h:is
beca appointed by Governor Scott a not iry public.
THE HOT SUPPER. -The net proceeds of this
entertainment, recently held at the Hibernial Hall,
r-.sch the handsome total ot $1500.
BILL OF MORTALITY.-The report of the City
Registrar, for the week ending on the 6th instant,
shows a total of twenty-four deaths. Of these six?
tes n aro blacks anJectored en? o'ght white?. Two
colored cbildren,are put dom os dying of neglect,
and ono white child no dying ot destitution, which
wa suppose means served to death. Was there not
s?iae neglect ia this case al90 ?
ATTEMPTED BOBBSEY.-The well-known col?
ored wooiau Emme'dn.', who goes on errands for the
S?ters cf Mercy, was waylaid at the corner of Can?
non and St. Philips street, nigh: before list, by col?
ored boys, and an attempt mi.de lo rob her of her
satchel by cutting th i sMagi by which she held it.
She raised an alajm which caused thc boys to run
before they had accomplished their purpose.
Gc AND CHAPTER OF BOYAL ARCH MASONS_
Tue annual coavoc;Lo i of the Grand Chapter took
place yesterday at 12 M.. nt Masoni; EialL
There was a large number of representatives from
t abord ?nate chapters from all parts of the Stat.''.
Grand High Priest R. S. Bruns read his annual
The proceedings, brief in character, wrre marked
by the greatest harmony.
KEEOSENE EXPLOSION_Last evening, while
scsfce five or sis negroes were collected in a room in
Eeisarnan's Court, at tho weat end of Quot n Btreet,
a colored ch?d, about seven yeirs cf ase, lot fall a
kerosene lamp. The oil took fire immediately, the
negroes ran out cf ihe way, and the child would
have been burnt to death but for the timely inter
pcbifion of Mr. Nipsoc, who was passing by and
rash i in and throw a blanket around thc child, and
thus saved its life. As it was the child was terribly
injured, the flesh of me toot beh'g burned off. leav?
ing the boee visible.
THE BAI.TDJOEE STEAMSHIP?.-Thia excel?
lent linc orsteamers which ha.- piven so much satis
lac'.ion to ibo publi-j in tho regularity with which
their schedule hos been run, s:e about to have the
fine steamship Maryland added to their number,
Mid for thc accommodation of shippers the route
from this dato will bc run with increased frequency.
'?he line will hecceferwarJ bc ccmposed of the
Falcon, Captain Horsey; sea Gull, Captain Dutton,
and Maryland, Captiln Johusoa. The tea Gull will
leave Balt?moro ic-oay, the Maryland on Saturday
and the Falcou this city OD to-mon ow. chippers by
this rome may expect the best facilities in the
transportation of their merchandise. The agents at
this port ore Messrs. Mordecai & Co. and Courtenay
CLUBS AND STABS. -Thc following casee were
disposed of at tho Mayor's Court yesterday :
B. Dos.her, keeping his store open on Sunday
Emma Brown, colored, disorderly at thc corner of
Broad-street; sent to the Hu-.-o of Correction for five
dalia McDermott, white, drunk and disorderly in
thc street; fined $10.
James Barrow, white, lying do*n drunk in thc
street; fined 310.
. Patrick Donovan, white, drunk and interfering
with tho policemen and striking Sergeant Riley;
D. O'CaUahan, white, drunk aid interfering with
a policeman; fined $10.
H. Branson, while, drank and fighting iuChil
mers-street; fined 10.
The following will be heard to-day:
trama Green, colored, reported for obstructing the
sidewalk at the market, and refusing to move the ob?
struction when told to do so by tho policemin.
Two dark brown muhs iak?u up gomg at L*:ge.
The Walsh mu-.der case will come up to day.
BEPOBTEBS' CRUMBS.-There wns a masquer?
ade on Rutlcdgc-strect last ni^-ht, which was ono of
the most brilliant of thc season.
The United Statos Quartermaster proposes pa t?ng a
number of mal's on thc market soon.
Tho trial of "Indian Jim," who murdered thc man
in Chahners-strcct, drew a ero vd of colored pei-sons
to the court room yesterday.
To-day-Ash Wednesday-lhere will bc services
in the principal Lplscopal a:,d Roman Catholic
Putting the name9 of offenders in THE NEWS has a
peculiar terror for thom.
The price of real catate ia improvinu.
Leitch k trans soil South Carolina Railroad Stock
yesterday at 16)i to 47%.
A small black and tan terrier, answering to tho
name of ' Jeff," has been lost by a gentleman, who
willst? glad to recover it.- See advertisement.
A lucky wight won both of the nae turkeys raffled
at Fehreubacb's Monday night
Leslie's bill on the mayoralty caused considerable
Persons driving through the city at night are
cautioned to lookout for the signal light put over
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-Mr. Louis D. De?
tails sure sold yesterday, at auction, a wooden resi?
dence on the east side of Batiere avenue, the third
jiousc north of Rsdclifle-street. lot lorry-two by ouo
hundred and fortj-nve feet, for 55000; two-firths
cash, balance iu one and two years, rbis indicates
aa advance of fifty per cent, over the figures of one
Also a tract of one-third of seven hundred acres of
pine land in lrh.ee William's Parish, Beaufort Dis?
trict, for $105.
Also the remainder in a lot and buildings in Beiu
fort, which had been sold by the United states Tax
Commissioner, for $40.
B. M. MarsbjU ? Brother sold a building lot in
Queen-street, nearly opposite the Cathedral, forty by
one hundred feet, for $803; one third cash, balance
in one, two and th re J years.
Also the brick residenoe in Anson-street, opposite
George-street, lot nf y-ihreo by one hundred and
sixty-five feet, for $2500; one-mlrd cash, balance ii
ono ana two years. The lot adjoining on the south,
thirty by ninety feet, bro a-J ht $300 cash.
A$io the hotel property In Camden, known as the
DoKilb House, for (5210; half cash; balance in one,
two, three and four years.
MEETING OF COUNCIL
There was a regular meeting of Council, in the
Chamber, last evening, at hall-past seven o'clock.
Tresent-Thc Mayor : Alderman Geddings, rot?
ter, Cunningham, Lindstrom, Cereef. rade. Olney,
Honour, Whilden, Vo.'gt, .Howard. Moore.
Communication from ihc Doaid ot Flrcs&atsers
informing Council ct iLc re-election of 0. M. Stroud,
clerk and superintendent, ard H. C. Shakes, pump
contractor, was received as information.
Commuuica?on from W. C. T?ce, S q, elisirmau
of the commissioners o." the Orphan House, report?
ing the election of officers ortsc icarUuiioD, and
staring that the "cl- ction cf steward and ma'ron was
postponed, and that Miss A. li. Iinag, pr-nc'pal of
of the school, would supervise iho.-e departments
until au e'ection. Received as iDlorcusiion.
Tbc bond> of Wm- Kirkwood, Clerk of thc Mar?
ket, Jacob F. Schirmer. Clerk of Weights and Mea?
sures, C J. Beckman. Cleik of Public ?cali-s. Wm.
J. Wiley, Assistant Clerk of the U; per Wards Market.
Wm. Withers, Assietaut Clerk ot Centre Market.
Thos. W. StanarJ, Naval biorc Inspector, were ap?
proved by Council.
Tho rclurnoftte City Sheriff for >he raon'h of
January. 1803, showing thc collection ot S1G32 53,
which he poid over to the eily Treasurer, was re?
ceived os inf rmation.
The report of C. B. Sigwald. Captain cf Police,
showing number of airest?, lines imposed, Ac. : Ar?
losis, 269; whites, 124; <olored, 143; lines imposed
at Mayot's Court, S650, and paid ?335; ci'.y's por
tion S 168, rai' over to tho City Treasurer, was rc
ceivod as information.
Petition rrom Br. M. E. Carrero, stating, in view
of the prospective widening of Friend-street, he will
seU to Council, for the heirs, the lot on the southeast
comer of Broad and Friend streets, at the assessed
value, $3000. Referred to tho Committee on Street*.
Petition of Mi 8. Susan S. Keith to have Elizz Izard
Wright, an inmate ot the Lunatic Asylum at Co'.ura?
bi"., transferred to tho pauper account, and her sup?
port be charged to the city. Referred to the Com?
mittee oa Retrench ment and Belief.
Communication of it. J. WlcSs. Faq., Preside it of
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the quarter?
ly stat' aent of thc company lo December 31,1SGS;
showing grots receipts of 5342,146 19, and espouses
amounting to $189,151 TC. Received as information.
The account current of the I. uaatic Asylum with
the city, showing a balance in favor or the asylum of
83401 95, was received a? inform itiou.
The bill of the Gas Company tor ligh'.ing the ci:y
was referred to the Committee on Accounts.
The Commit co on Sircets. recommend that Mr.
James Marsh bo paid S197 76 for load takeuirom
him to widen Host Boy. Adopted.
The Committee on Licences report that it would
be in -xpedient to change the license fee on billiard
Thc Committee on Brisk and Wooden Buildings
recommend that Mr. A. Mrich-rs be al lo .ed to erect
a rhed on his lot. to be covered with tin. Adopted.
Thc Committee on Rctrecchmcn' and ?elii f reported
adversely on the petition ot C. M. BessellcftO for ser
viccs recdered on the pond at the bot of Broad
Tho Committee on Retrenchment and Relict re?
poned adversely on the p?tition of Bobert 3 urner
for compensation for loss sustained by having h's
small wooden houso pulled down on thc morning of
the fire in Basel-street. Adopted.
Alderman Gedding- introduced a bill to amend an
ordinance to reorganize thc Board of Health and for
other purposes, ratified 23th December, 1858.
A b li to amend an ordinance entitled, ' An ordi?
nance to aid in rebuilding tho uurnt district arid
waste places of the City of Charleston," passed its
Alderman Olney introduced a bill to authorize the
conversion of city six per cent, stock into coupon
bonds upon certain conditions.
On motion of Alderman Olney it was
Resolved, That thc Committee on Streets be allov
ed lurthcr time ard theMa*or bc requested ta hil
the co a. ml lt co to the u-ual number of Live.
Alderman Geddings off 'red thc following resolu?
tion, which was adopted:
R'solvf.i, That tho Committee on Streets, with bis
Honor thc Mayor, be empowered to take such action
in the premises as they moy deem wise and expedient
in thematterof pavements re.erred loin a resolu?
tion passid at the last meeting of Councd, and that
they retort at the next meeting.
Alderman Honour offered the ."??l'owing:
Resolved, That thc Committee ? n City Lamls be
p "ithorized to negotiate for the pa chase cf a lot in
A nson-sircot, lo accommodate the ?oung Americi
Fire Company, provided that a -uitable lot can bo
purebred at a SUBJ uot cx.ctdlug ?800.
On motion of Alderman Olney, it was
. Resolved, T hat the Committee on City Lauds be in?
structed to dispose ot thu city propprty. viz: oue eu?
gine bouse and lot in Ausou-strec, alter iw > weeks'
advert? sc meut of the same iu the city newspaper.
Tho r-pocial Committee on tha Fire Department
recommended that thc engine house in Anson street
be disposed of, tho samo bein; of no use to the city
In its present condition, as it is not saitahle tor the
s'eamer which is to ba located ia that district.
The cemmitteo to whom was referred tho pcHtici
of Jno. B. Dukes and others, in reluian to plank?
ing Concord-street, recommend that the work bo
The committee to whom was referred tho ns- lu
tion of Alderman Olney, in relation io juin tl? g
King-street, recommend that tho work be 1 >u>.
Alderman Olney, from the Committee on Accou^J,
reported favorably on sundry bills, omounting to
S1920 80. Adopted.
Alderman Whildea, from tho Committee on the
Fire Deportment, aa'.ed further time to con-ider the
purchase of three olorai bcRs. Grouted.
Alderman Voigt read a memorial to thc Legisla?
ture iu relation to filbng up tho waste places m the
city, and moved that it ie adopted!*/ Council.
Alderman Whildcn moved that the memorial bo
amended so as to ask that no building less than two
stories and no tenement bc allowed to go up.
Tho ordinance to regula'e and reorganize the Po?
lice Deportment was duly raU?ed; also tue bili to
abolish thc effkes ol eily apothecaries.
The Mayor called attention to the nomination of
officers of the police force, under tho new bilL Seve?
ral attempts were made to defer tbe matter, but the
M ivor pressed his point with vigor and nominated
tht Sdi owing:
For Captain-W. A. Hendricks.
Forlirst Lieutenant-John C. Minott.
For Second Lieutenant-thomas B. Chapman.
The cast ni vote of ihe Mayor carried tho nomina?
Tho new bill goes into effect at once, and a reor?
ganization of 'he force will begin '.o-uay.
The following is thc bill introduced by Alderman
A HU TO AUTHORIZE THE CONVCIiSION OF CITY SIX
PEB, CENT. STOCK INTO SOUPON SO.N'DS, UPON CHU?
Be it ordain; ! by tho Mnyorand Aldermen in City
Council ?sscm ded. That the city treasurer is hereby
directed, as soon as arraneem mts con bo made, at
ibo icqacst of any owner of registered city six per
ceut. stock, and upon the surrender of the ortiucitc
fur th i s.mc, to convert the said stock lute city
coupon boi.ds. payaDle to bearer, a d bearimr inter?
est at the rate of six per ccu;, per anuom. pa-able
semi-annua'lv, iu manne: and upon tbe condiious
lollowing, ihat is to soy:
1. Ronds to an amount not exceeding two hundred
thousan dol?ais, p yable in Apiti aud October, A.
D. 188.', may bu issued with coupons pay .ble in
April and . c-ober. Boi'ds to an amount uot ex reed?
ing two hundred thousand dollars, pay.rblc iu JJUU
arv and July, A. D. 1881, m y bc issued with cou?
pons i ayablo iu January and July. And bonds to
an amount not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars, for each j ear thereafter, maybe issued until
the year I?05, tho principal and coupous to be paya?
ble alternately in April and October, for one year,
end in Jauua>y and July for thc year next succecd
^??! Tbo bonds shaR be in sums of two hundred
and flrtv do lars, five huudied dollars, and one thou?
sand dollars, and ?hal ot be issued except upon
surrender ut cerdflca.es or s ock, with intorest past
due und not funded to an equal amount. Ou. if
there should bo any excess iu amount oi s ock over
bondB. a new cert neate or stock may be issued for
3. The principal and interest of the said bonds
shah be paid at the acency of the corporation in ?he
city of New York; and thc chupona 6haJl oe receiv?
able in payment of taxes and all dues to tho city.
TbiBreceivabihty uhail be endorsed on the face of
ea h coupon.
4. None of tbe bonds issued under this ordinance
sh ll be payable in anryear earlier ihau tho 8toc.lt
lor which i. ts exchanged.
A CHOICE HAM_Mr. J. N. Bobaou has sent
us a armp?o tf the ian ons ''Beargrass" haror,
clued b.- thc present representatives of the firm'
who mide the Duffield barn so widely and favor?
ably known. The "Peargrasa" barns are ripe, mel?
low, tender and jul. y, and are worthy of a place on
the table of an epicure. 1 hey ara a old by J. H. Rob?
son. Noe. 1 aa 12 At antic wharf.
THE STATE COTJBT.-THE HON. E. B. CAB
PENTEB PBEsrorno -The court was occupied dur
iug the entire daywilh fha trial of James Loaner,
colored, alias 'Indian Jim." indicted for murder.
Jhc prisonir was defended by T. P. King, Pen.,
and at a Ute hour thc jury returned a verdict '-guilty
TEE UNITED STATES COULIT, february 8
Hon. REO. S. BRTAN PRESIWNO.-Tho court opec
etl at e'eveu o'clock. The J:idg= ordered the sum
of SOT due the estate of T. v>\ Dawkins, in thc hands
of W. S. Basile, assignee ci'C. H. ?loiic. bo paid.
Thc provi3:oLa! injuneliou granted :n the matter
ol P. Worskurc was ordered to be dissolved, un?
less - ause foi its coijtinua. ee was shown in thirty
days. Sundry parties petitioned to establish lien in
the mal ter of J. A. L. nun, laaUrnpt, and it was
ordered that tue assig ee sell property and pay in
oracr of priority. L. Cohen petitioned lo establish
lien by mor gige ia the matter of C. Phillips. It
waarcfeiTodto the Registrar torei-ort. The execu?
tor of C. H. Slovens portioned to establish lien on
the estate of Theodore .stoney, bankrupt. Re
ferren to the Registrar to report facts. fcc.
L. and iL Wiso appl.cU for a i order to call a meet?
ing of tte creditors of Adam Zdlcd to rtccivo os
sigm-e's a'-cou'.ts. General meeting caUed on 28th
just. Hy. H. Etnard was granted p- rmisnou to amend
schedule. J. H. Mnith petitioned to establish lien
on bankrupt cs.atc of Smith Cook, lteforred to fae
Reeistiar. St-rhen Owen?, assignee, petitioned to
sell lauds of Juhn L. Harper, bankrupt, lteicronce
to be held by Registrar on the 1-Jth instant. P. J.
Winn was appointed assignee > f Ormslcy Standing,
G. W. Bradtordj P. L. i-borwood, J. G. Rainold, H. J.
Dargan, James A. Marvin and "William M. Reese. T.
J. fc M. Moss's peiitienvd to establish lien in the case
of P. M. Elvccu, and W. H. Youog in the case of R.
,C. Richardson, Radcliffe A- Gignord, and others in
tin- case of M. L. Harvin; and Ute assignees were or?
dere ) to sell property. Willis ? Chlsolm petitioned
to establish lieu in the case of W. Vi. Benbow. As?
sign?e ordered to sell mortgaged properly. The
Peoj'Vs National Bank peli.ioned lo force T. C.
Richard.'-on into involuntary banliiuptcy; and ' it
".as otdcrcd that so much of-previous order of tho
court as seeks to enjoin creditors from suit or other
proceedings bc rescinded as of the dat- v?hen the
same was granted.
Box;:.. ARRIVALS, FEBRCAKY0.-Charleston
ilotrl-John C Dnlch, City, E J lieard, St DcnniF;
W C Hiine, Orangcburg; R G Lamar, il H .Veilastcr,
i airfield; H s Kerr, Abbeville; Wm Wa lace, W
?Williams, Columbia: C C Laughton, Walhalla: C ?
Tleming, >p?rtauburg: John Bratten, Hrs A C
Bratlon, Miss Ju'ii. Biatlon, Miss ll Brattan. York;
S H Maxwell, Pendleton; E S Irvine and nephew,
Greenville; B Z Uerndon, Cokesbury: C B Barrow,
E A Wcid. J B Stone. S H Mead, Jr, Mrs S fi Mead,
M.-3 Cha3 Eorbe, New York; Mrs J X Micoll and
family, long Island; C B Lenton, Michigan; W T
Brows. Alabama; SB CUwuoy and wile, Miss Mil?
king, South Carolina; J C S hirer uad iwo sons, C i-or
Kia; A Eaoisry, South Carolina; B O Msnldin, New
York.17 !M Jordon, 'outh taroliua; J A Ho;.t, An?
derson; J J McLurc, Mrs A Becker, J Thomas, S
McEose, Pennsylvania; B G Cla:k, Kew York; Sam
1 bornas, W W Wi aver, S Patterson, Pennsylvania;
W W Marsh, KB; Dr P G Rockwell, New York ; J D
Blooding. Sum er.
rarilion Hotel.-P K Coburn, Summerville; NJ
Thouron, steamer Dictator; R S Selby and G W
Auager. South Carolina ; L M l?e?nt?jerna, Caiuhoy ;
W Bradford, Cooper River; J T Peudarvie, Summer?
ville; L Danlzlcr, St Matthews; A S West, Robinson's
Circus; C L Smitb, Laurens; Dr P. S Whaley and D
M Ward, Newberry; W H Hendrix and A H Caug
ham. Lexi gton; P P Hamilton, Union; G D McLure
VT R William?, u Gou'iy and JGargram", New York;
P S Wortham and Jamen Haspen, South Carolina;!* H
Zimmerman, St Matthews; J M Eickland, J J
Counts, aud W H Kennedy, Barnwell; G H Hooper
and lady. Augusta,
A FAMOUS Lu::cnwill bo spread afc Torck's
.'Our Hous?" this forenoon, consisting of ojster
soup, boiled fish, and boiled mutton with caper
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in every style. Mineo pies, frtsh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
CHOICE QBEEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast cornor Society
. "d Anson slrccts. Goods delivered free.
I NT EB NAL B E V E NOT E 8 T A M 1? 3
* . 9
Of all D?nommai;.ms.
kept on hand and for salo by
HUGER & RA VEN EL,
Brokers and Insurance Agents,
Nu. CO East Bay, corner Exchange-street.
December ll ftu2mos
READ THIS !
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
IKG ARTICLES MADE BY
LUBLN, EI?1E.NEL, CO?DRAY, CLEAYEB,
SOCIETE IirGLENIQUE, TABINA,
EDE, AND O?E1EBS.
Togeiher with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brasiles,
C O M B S ,
ALL OF THE BEST MAIN UFACTUBE, LM
POBTED DIRECT, AND FOB SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT TEE
Thc ladie3 are respectfully invited to call and ci
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. P.VNKNIN.
CHEMIST AND AFOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
Vovomberl3 finw3mos Charlton. S. C.
jg l> W A lt D DALY , ^
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 82 Warren-street,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR
CHxsE of aU kinda of MH.BuH ?NBISE. Boots,
sbnes. Hats, Ca s and Trunk', atd Straw Goods a
Cons'gnmen's of all kinds of Staple Articles and
gonerat Produce soUcited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Lat?- of Charleston, S. 0.
Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
January 28 Cmos
"lyOKTH, ST KELK ?i WAK DELL,
WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN
8TAT10NERY,PERE0AIERY, O JJ TL ERI
HOS1BBY, FURNISHING. GOODS,
WHIT- GOOD* EMBROIDERY, fcc, Ste,
No. 187 meeting-street,
CHARLESTON. S, G.
J. B 9TEELE. a 0. NORTH,
A. W. W ABDELL, JIL New York.
January SS imo
SOUTH ?AEOLIM BA?L????
STUCS yoii SALiK.
JAMES IL eEA<~XELFORD.
Broker, No. 14 Broad-strect.
BANK SILLS : BASK BILLS !
BANK PILLS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND
highe.-r ance paid, by
A NUB KW M. MORELAND,
Fobrturv ?: Broler, No. 8 'Jroad-strect.
JP770'S.^ir .'1 .VD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNEE KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG 10 INFORM TUE LADIES AND OUR
Customers iu gener.d. 'hat wc have just re?
ceived ila 3ildit-'on to our asum? sto-.-k of DOMESTIC
and FANCY lSOvi.8), a new fiipp;y suidoln for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOOD*, POPLINS, ?o., at reduced
Htavy Balmoral Skiifs at SI 12
Very choice article Black Mik 51 80, worth S2 00
Ladies' super Merlao Vests ouly $1
A lot ol fine Piano COVOIB which will be sold less
than cost. *
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, GO to 6?c.
A lot ot Photograph Albums. 75 rents
Ottcaheimer's celebrated Fronch CORSET, $1 00
A full and compl?te assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSI-tBX, from lSJ? up
A uno a> sortment of Ladies' and Children's Silk.' Ber?
lin Clo.h aud Li?le GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good pelcctmaot
BLANKET;?, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
Af thc lowoat figures.
Wc would also notify our patrons that w.- have ar?
ranged a separate depart.-nent in our Store exclu?
BOO?S; SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, ire.
?3- ENTRANCE >?N CALHOON-STREET.
Kb'UOlltiUTT ? ui:u?.,
No. *:~ EING->TI;EET.
December 14 3mo
D S !
CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE SEASON
OUR TTOCK IS FULL AND COMPLETE IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT PERTAINING
TO THE ABOVE GO0D3.
WE ARE ALSO RECEIVING BY TRI-WEEK?
OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTION.
OF CITY AND COUNTRY TKIENDS.
COUNTBY MERCHANTS WILL FIND IT
TO THEIR INTEREST TO CAREFULLY EX?
AMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING
ELSEWHERE. AIL GOODS GUARAN 1EED
AS REPRESENTED, OR THE MONEY WILL
BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
McLOY & RICE,
No. 270 KING-STREET,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREEI,
$l)iris an) /urnisl/ina, (fioo&s.
SHIRT B| |t jlLjt?^l^ DEPOT.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
'.'HE ONLY l-.XCLDSIVB
.:HE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLE MEN'S PGBNlSHISa STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
IN CHARL STON, S. C.. ,
IN CHARLESTON, S. C., '
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
THE CE LE DR A. ED
3 T A R
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SB FRI'S AND COLLIE?,
SHIRTS AND t 0LLAE8,
Which arc > tiered for sale at the LOWEST CASH
. E. SCOTT,
Meeting-street, nppoUto OnMarket Hall.
Fcbniary 9 6mos
MILLS & :GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway, New York,
TNVITE THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN MER.
JL '-HAN I'S to their eplondid stock of
LACES AND LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, &c, Ac.
All imported diroot from the Maunfaoturers,
and o?ered to the trade at tho LOWEST
PRICES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 19 DAO Imo
|T. J. KEER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE:
WhiUoci'J '-VEGEiATOR," or Ainmoniated
And will receive oidera for the r.urchasc of any of
the FJtRT [LIZERS in market, end pire planters in
formation of thc same. 3 FeTuary9
PE KUTI AN GUANO.
TONS G r.NUTNE PERUVIAN GUANO LAND?
ING thia duylroa schooner Vraie, and for
sale by HAVENtL k CO. .
February & 2
Ofif? JOl<fi Ko- 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
j?UU RANTED genuine and direct ircm agents'
warehouse-, 'J o art ive per schooner KO REX from
New Vork. For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
February C No. 72 East Bay.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE
JI15 COMPOSED OF THE GUANO FROM
Combined with other fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COMPLIiTE MANURE.
The Company importing the Guano direct from
the rich deposit i of Bir.is at ALTA ViLA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer uot excel?
For sole by
HENRY COBIA ? CU.,
At Charleston, S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or tho
ALTA Vt LA GU IMO COMPANY,
No. 57 Broadway, New York.
January 23 Imo
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COIIPANY offers to tho Planters and Farmers of the
South tueir Fertilizer, known as tho "WANDU FER?
TILIZER," which the experience of tho past season
has proved to be one of thc most valuable in our
market. It has for its base ?he materials from the
Phosphate beda ot tho Company on Ashlci River,
and is prepared at their worlra at thc EAST END OF
HASfCI.-SI RELT iu 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 thc ammoniacal and other ma?
terial purchased by tho Company, end the prepared
Fertilizer, before heine offered for sale. Tho Com?
pany is resolved to make an article which will provo
to bo a "Complete Manure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and othei information, apply
to WM. C- DUKi-S A- CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlautic Wharf.
January 4 mwi 3mos
NITRE BEDS FERTILIZER.
ASUPERIOR MANURE FOR ALL CBOP?.
Manufactured rrom Anmal and Excrement
Matter, forNiu-e purposes, by tho Confederate Gov.
cr?ment. Tcstimi niais of its value shown.
For sale very lo-v by
J. W. ??PRAGUE k BROS.
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINSMAN k BOTCLL,
No 153 EattBay.
WELCH & BR'NDES,
January 2d ws3 No 07 East Raj*.
?. FiiANK COEy
fJieE UNDERSIGNED BEC. 'IO CALL THE
ATTENTION OF PLANTERS TO TUE ABOVE
SUPERIOR AND STANDARD
This PHOSPHATE has been largely used in this
State, and has nirca general satisfaction, and is
admiitcd by some of the most practical Planters to
be equal to Peruvian Guano.
SIXTY DOLLARS PER TON
OF TWO THOUSAND TOUNDS,
Cash or factors' acceptance, payable 15th November
ncxr, with bank rate of interest added.
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
February 1 rnwf2tno
TO BIOS PLANTERS.
WACOM LR & MATTU EWES* IMPROVED
.Just received by :i>e an'*scriber*, who are aaron ?a (or
this ?ute uf these practical a:?d succc-sful ?
Labor-s .vin,' Machines.
TirZY Atilt ALHO AGlit.'TS FOR
TEE BUCKEYE MOWER AND EEATER
LOMBARD'S HAND RUE ii CILLE L?
B li L; K li O RD & HUFFMAN'S GRAIN
D FULL-willi Guano attachment
THE DOUBLE CYLINDER COTTON GIN
EOLSOM'S ?IAND-SOWH?G- MACi?LNES
ALLEN'S fl AND Ru WER,
Which they offer.at ?i'anufacturer'a pricos, l-igc'her
with a large assortment of Plough H ol ah Makers.
COLLINS' STEEL PLOUGHS-ono end two
BRINEY'S STEEL PLOUGHS-one and two
AMES'TROUGHS OF ALL KINDS,
And Agricultural Implements. Hardware, Bar Iron
Cutlery and Guns.
<T. E. ADGEK & CO.,
No. 13D MEETING-STREET AND No. 62
EAST BA Y-STREET,
.C H A tl IJ K S T O Ai , S. C.
February 3 wfralmo
^g?tjJlKS * MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad'Stroct,
Charleston, h. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONET.BS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL) COMM i 6SION AGENTS.
Will attfcond to Roatiuj and Collecting of Rents
and purefhase oud sa o ol' o toe as, Boara, (iol?,
bilver aud Real Estate.
To tbe Purchase of Goods and Supplies tor parties
in the country upon reasonable erma.
GBOBOC r.. HoLarcn.AnsxANnsB MACBETH.
Farming Utensils, at Auction. '
W. % LEITCH. Ss IL S. BUTTES,
Will be sold et Auction, THIS DAX 10th instant,
at Marshall's Wharf, at 10 o'clock1,
THE FOLLOWING AKTJCLEtf.
A Lot of FARMING UTKNSIL*, consisting of
Shovels, Ploughs, Corn Shellers. Hay Forks, Rice
Fans, Hay Prese, Cultivators, Harrows, kc.
Three RICE FLATS, built of cypress, and a lot of |
Unginned .otton, &c.,itc.
Terms cash. m?2 February 10
Horses, Mules, Sets Harness, one Carl, at
Bt Ii. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at Nc. 38 Bioad-street.
. Hoots, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmorals, Bro?
gans, ?rc, ??c.
BY N. HUNT & SON,
THIS DAY. tho 101h instant, at 10 o'clock. In our
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, wc will sell, for
?0 eases BJOTS, SHOES, GAITEBS. BALMO?
RALS, BROGAN.-, Ac, kc, our usual fine assort?
ment, aU fresh ond dosirable gcods, to which we
invite the attention of buyers. February 10
Clothing. Dry Goods and Hats.
BY HiLES DRAKE,
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I wffi sell at my
store, corner of Kiog and Liberty streets,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS :
BED ANU WHITE FLA NL'L, Linens, Dress
Goods, Damask, BrilUants, Checks, Satinet, Cassi
mers, Undershirts a d Drawers, Belcap Shiite,
Eadie-' and Gent's Hosiery, Towels, Table 01oths,4:c
SO Gent's Cloth and Cassimore Dross and Business
300 pur Cassimere, Sarinot and Jean Pasts
200 dozen Table and Pocket Cutlerv, assorted
100 dozen :\l en's and Boy's Wool Hats.
Estate Sale of Country Store and Household
No. 130 meeting-street.
Will sell THIS DAY (Wednesday), 10th instant,
at 10 o'clock,
The CONTENTS OF A COUNTRY STCBE, con?
sisting of Tinware, Crockery, Ory Goods, Beer ]
Pump, Handkerchiefs, Notions, Show Case, kc.
PARLOR FURNITURE, Befateads, Mattresses,
Chairs, Bureaus, Lounges, kc.
GOLD WATCH AND CHAIN.
A Uno lo'. ORBITING PAPEB and COPY BOOKS.
Terms cash. February 10
UNITED STATES I\Ti?ltNAIj ?EVE
Seized and will be sold at public auction, on SAT?
URDAY. February 27,1869, .
HOUSE AND LOT No. 17 George street, Charles?
ton, belonging to John J. Monaghan, for non pay?
ment of tax.e due tho United ?-tates.
W. R. CLOU TM AN,
February 10 1 Ac?ntr Collector.
V NU Kit DKtRLK IN EQUITY,
Lanneau, et al, vs. Donnell, el al.
On MONDAY, the 16th dov of Fobruiry instant, at
ll o'clock, will be sold, at the Old Oust mhouse,
Alt that AlESSUAOE AND LOI' OF LAND tltuate,
lying and being on Ooncord-stroct, in the City of I
Charlo iou, S, C., measuring and cor talcing in
frrnt on Concord-street ono hundred and ten (lit)
feet, more or IOSB, and in depth ono hundred and
forty-five (IIS) feet, moro or less; butting and bound?
ing to thc west md north on lands of the > cw Yotk
Steam Packet Company, to tho sou h on lauds now
or late of tho estate of John F. Knox, and to tho eas:
lenus-Onc-:ourih cash; thc bala, co on a credit
of one, two, thrco, four and five years, secure 1 by
bond or bonds of the pm chaser, bearing inter st
from thc d*yof sale, payab o s?nii-aunu-illy. anda
mortgage ol the property. The buildings to bo in?
sured and the policy assigned.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County.
February 1 mwl7
IF YOU WANT GAS FITTING DONE,
Go lo P. I.. GUI i- LE.MIN, No. 110 Church street.
Ii you want STLAM KILLING (?on?.
an l? P. T.. c-uii,i,HMTN, Ho. 14') Cirarch-orrcct.
If von want PLUMBING done,
Go lo P. L. GIJILLEMIN, No. 140Church-etreot.
If you want TIN POOPING and GU t TEE IN G done,
Go to P. L. GUII.I.EMIN, No. 140 Cburch-s.rcet
Ii' you want GA- FIXi UnES,
Goto P. L. GUILLKMIN, No. 110 Church-street
Where ycu can cet GAS CHANDELIERS, PEN?
DANTS. Brackets, Hall Lights, Portabio Stand?,
A KG AMD BURNERS,
Porcelain, Mica, Paper ond Tin Sbndc?, Glnss
Glob a ond -hades, Cooper ?nd Iron Pumps, Bath
Tubs, Parlor and Bed-room Gratos, Kerosene Lamps,
tc., ftc, at reasonable prices.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Old Ga? Fixtures Bebronzed.*
December 10 thsm2mo
BOOK AND JOB
No. 70 Broad-street.
rriHE SUBSCRIBER, HAYING LO0ATED AT THE
JL above slauil, is now prepared to execute every
description or BOCK AND JOB P11IN i INO.
PAPER, STATIONERY, kc, will bo kept on hand
C. G. EitC KM ANN.
SS* Mr. A. J. BURKE will be happy to see his o'd
friends at the above stand.
HOCK A DAY'S STABLES AND LOTS
Is t ow prepared to keep CATTLE, HORSES and
ft TOCK cf tv.ly description. 'Jherr i* a coed
p ump aid large seeds on tho lot. I will sell Stock
on small comm Brion. Imo February 9
jKULEbt MULES ! MULES!
A , HUIOS LOT OF .
WELL B TL OE E MEDIUM SIZED
Will he on Sale for THREE BA Ye,
Spriggs' Old Stand,
KING-STREET, AUoVE .-PR'NG-ilREET.
February 3 3*
FTVB YEABS O? D THU SPUING. COLOR PARK
B-Y, with black iect. Sold for no lault. Canco
seen on North Atlantic V>baif. For further iniorm
utiun apply at I li li UFFTUK 3 February 8
M. L. FILLET'S
Celebrated Cooking' Moves,
"PHILANTHROPIST" AND ''CIVILIAN,:'
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y, and for sale hy
?, L. F U L I E K T U N,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, dar*Oihtjr, eonveuienco ' and the gen?
eral pui pose lo which i ookinu Stoves are used. The
PHllANTHROPlSi is entra heavi pl .ted, and has
Ash Drawer; can be mad* into a 6ix boiler hole
?tove ; hus curt iron Witer Taok galvanized, or
enamel Hued. A strictly first-class Sto?e. Ihe
CIVILIAN Is of a neat design, ond ha? afino large
Oven, 'i hu Stove cati bo had with the extension
oack, six bolos, and reservoir when desired -
For icrthcr iniermation apply to
D. L. F?LLE MON,
January 30 fmi03
Ko. 275 KlIHG-STltlflKT.
?OLD ANO TIN FOIL, AMALGAMS M'NEBAL
TEETH, Steel Good?, and every article nscd hy the
Dentist. 2mo January 27
Work Mules and Mottet. .
BT J. FRASER ?UTa?EWES,
? So. 50 B ?J ads I rc ct. -
Will be sold at my office-THIS DAY, at tl o'clock.
Terms cash._?_. February 10
Morses and Mules, one Bread Cart and Car?
riages, also Tables, Sideboards, Cargets,
Mirrors, Beadtteadt, Bedding, Wardrobes,
Desks, Stoves, $e.. #c, at Auction:.
BY Ot. MCBRIDE sera
IBIS DAY, tho 10th Instant, at 10 o'clock, at
his Salesroom, No. 81 Broad-street.
7 BOXES OF SMOKING TOB ICCO, 1 bot Chewing ?
Tobacco, Cable Twist, in tin foil pockiges, ana
Morses, Mules and Vehicles at Auction.
BY A. C. McGILIITBAY,
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock st Sign of the Bed Post and
Flag, No. 29 Broad-street,
Auction every Wednesday. 1* February 10
Fine Residence in the Village bf Mount Pleas
BY HOLMES & MACBETH.
Will be sold on FRIDAY next, 12th February, at lt
o'clock, in front of the Old Postbfflce,
1 hat desirably located DWELLING HOUSE, two
and a hali stories, on brick basement, containing atz
upright rooms, garret and dressing rooms, double
piazza, large cistern and good .well of water; also a
flee large carriage house and stable. Bald Lot meas?
uring and containing to the northeast on Pitt-street
46 feet 4 inches ; to the north and northwest on lands
late of Dr. Farrell and of Wm. Pelee, Esq., 228 feet;
to the south on lundB of John Borlbeci, 70 feet 8
inches; and to the southeast on lands of the said
John Horlbeck, 226 feet S inches, bo all of .the said
dimensions more or less, and having such snape and
dim< nsions as are Included la a plan made by Jenn
A. Michel, Surveyor, June, 1859.
Terms-One-half cash; b< lance in ote year; build?
ings to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay H. k M. for papers and Btauips.
Valuable Long Cotton Plantation for sale, by
order of the United States Court.
Bi JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by (he
Bon. George S. Brran, Judge of tho United States
Court for the District of South Carolina?! will sel
at Public Auction, on FRIDAY, February 12, at U
o'clock A. M., at the Old Poatoffice, fcot of Brad?
All that valuable PLANTATION in St Thomas'
Parish, in the C aunty or Charleston, known as
"Woodland," bounded by lands of-Poyas and
George Life, Dauiel's I-land (reek. Clou ter'a Creek,
aud Cook's Creek, and containing two ?i?"?*"d
three hundred 'and ninety-five 2396 acres, more or
less. These lands aro said to be aa good for Long;
Cotton as any on the i?'auds, and are only eli miles
from the city. The place ls well settled, and may be
resided on all the year. It is accessible by elmar
Cooper or Wando Rivers, being nearly entirely rax
rounded by navigable streams, with eight or tea
landings on the plantation.
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in five equal suc?
cessive annual in s tal ment?, secured by bond of pur-,
chaser bearing i o te rest at the rate of 7 per cent, per
annum, payable annually, and a mortgage upon tba
promises. Purchaser to pay lor papen and stamps.
LOUl? MOLA IN,
Assignee of B. J. and J. Murry Muirhead.
Two (2) Eligible Building Lots on Rutledge
BY HUTSON LEE. Auctioneer.
WiU be sol fi. at, the Old Customhouse, on ITT ES DAY
next. 16th instant, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that desirable LO L' OF L ND, situated on the
west side of Butledgo avenue, nearly opposite Rad?
cliffe street, boondin? to the north (180) -one hun?
dred and eighty-five leet on lot below described;
cast (46i for:y-fivo fest on Rutledge, avenue; sonth.
(185) one hundred and fighty-flve feet on lands of
Wm. Lucas; and we.t (16) forty-five feet on lands of
Fabian R. Wilkenberg.
All that desirable LOT OF LAND next north of
the above, bounding to the north (185) one hundred
end eighty-five feet on lands of Mrs Amelia Strobe!;
east (50) fifty feet on Butledgo avenue; sonth (185)
one hundred sud eighty-five feet on above desorlboi
lot; and west (60) fl.ty feet on lauds of Fabian B.
Wickenborg, be tuese di uensiona more or less.
Ihcse ar? without exception two of the most de?
sirable Lots in the city, located aa they are in a de?
lightful neighborhood, on the most fashionable
street, and immediately on the ima of the Oity Batl
; Terms cash. Purchaser to pay Auctioneer fer
I papers and stamps. wirara* February 19
faction WA' Jprtuate Salts. .
BY J. FRASER MATH?, WES
At Private Sale
That valuable property, known as the CEDAR
HALL PLANTATION, of Dr. James E. Whaley, upon
Edibto Island, coutaimng f ur hundred acres, of
which three hundred ure fine cotton land. For
terms, Ac, apply as above. ? February 10
Two Elegant Pianos,
BY JOB DAWSON,
No. 10B East Bay.
At Private Sale
One vary tupuior 7& OCTAVE PIAN\\ "Wor?
cester's," in use but a short time. Original cort
One very 8upsrlor full 7 OCT AV S ROSEWOOD
PIANO, ' Hainesk Bros.," N. Y., very little used.
Original cost $700. 2_February ft
BY WM. McKAY.
At Private Sale
A complete set of TINNERS' TOOL8. Applra*
above at No. 136 MEE Tir?G-STBET.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
Ns 31 Broad-street, Sonth side, near
S ta te-street. -
At Private Pale
FIRST CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive and Valuable Manuflotorles, MIR Bites
and Delightful .-ummer Residen oes in various
parts of tho South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all rizes, price?
and descripUona in every part of tho city
January 25 towrana?
CLOSING OUT SALK
IN OE HER TO DISPOSE OF THE BALANCE OF"
FALL AND WINTER
So os to make rocm for oar
SPHSfj 3 m SUMMER SUPPLIES
Which we expect the latter part of this month, w
have redoced the prices of our Goods
flEtxAIUDLlCSS TO COST OP MAVUFAC
TUKIfAG THE SAME,
Thanking the public for their very liberal patem
age, we hope by our fair dealing to merit a contin
uanco of tho same. We respeotfuUy invito one and
all to call and see for themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
RETAIL TEPARTMEM No. 303 KINfJ-ST"
Next to Cowpenhwait's Furn! tura Store,
No. 167 Meeting-street.
February 2 Imo Opposite Charleston HoteL
J T . UL AIP tl UK VS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTAIB. PTOUKS, BONDS, 81V
OURlrlSS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
A TT END SD TO.
So. ?7 BK?A?-8TKHr?T,
OHABL?vToN. 8. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Bsa?.
Generar J AMPS CONKER, T, ii. WARING, Esq.
. October 1