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THE DAILY I\TEWS.
est LARGEST CFRCULATION.-THE DAILY
6'Ells BcTN.V THE NEWSPAPER OiFWIALLT
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING TBE LAKGEST CIR
OULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTE KS BEAL VEN?
ING IN THE POSTOFITCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE L\W.
THE DAILY NEWS will be served to sntscri
bera io tbc city at six DOLLARS a year ic advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a woek, payable to the carriers.
j AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
WrxxiAir. MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
16 King-street, contents of a baking establishment.
MILLIGAN & Sos witl ?ell at IC o'clock, at south?
east corner of Calhoun and East Lav streets, contents
of a grocery store.
E. W. il. MACKEY wdl sell at ll o'clork, at the
oh! Customhouse, a lot of loud ia Conco rd-ttreet.
MEETINGS TRIS DAT.
Relief Loan Association, ni half-past 7 P. M.
.Ema Fir.) Company, ai balf-past 7 P. M.
St. Andrew's Lodge, at 7 P M.
Washington Artillery Friendlv sccietv, at half-past
MAGISTRATE APPOINTED.-Wni. H. Johnson,
Esq., (a BOU of Colonel Boujwnin Johnson, who was
killed at the first Mana-sas), has been appointed by
Governor Scott a magistrate for Charleston County.
STATE TAXATION.-AU official notice from the
Auditor of charleston County, givitg explicit in?
structions to all parti> s ia teres. _d in regard to thc
assessment and taxation of property, will bo found in
' the advertising columns of 'Ins NEWS this morning.
JOHN C. Mrsorr, ?so. has resumed the
practice of law, and his card will be found ia an?
other column. A9 lieutenant cf police for three
years. Mr. Miuoit made tor bin.self hosts of friends,
and as their number was not diminished by the
manner of his re: ironie nt from that office, ho has
reason to ezpeet a cordial and valuable support in
A FATAL LEAP.-On Saturday, at half-past
one o'clock P. M.. a young man by the name of
Thomas McGuire, who had not long been discharg?
ed lrom tlie Sta United states lolantry, jumped
through th? sash of tho *ourth story window ot his
boarding house. No. 43 ( as: Bay. opposite the Gov?
ernment Wharf, and was instantly killed. It is sup?
posed he was suffering from nania a potts. The
deceased was a native of Ireland, and enlisted in
the United SlateB service in New York.
THE UNITED STATES COUET, FEBRUARY 13.
BON. GEOBOE S. BUYAS PRESIDING -Upon hearing
the certificate of Register Clawson. in the matter ot
Robert Beaty, bankrupt, it wa? ordered that the
order of January 5,18C3, be so modified as lo re?
quire (ho align?es of the said binkrupt to pay B.
P. Arthur, Esq.. one of the attorneys in said case,
the sum of S3C0, instead of sIZQ. The judge ap?
pointed D. J. Winn, assignee for Jam-.s D. Blandlng,
and Louis McLain for William M. Hale.
THE WASH NGTOX Lionr INFANTRY CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION.-An extra meeting ol the associa?
tion was held on Saturdav evening last at Masonic
Ha'L The anniversary committee reported on tho
forthcoming relebration, which promises to bo one
of rare imprest. An ode, written by G. H. Sass,
Esq^will bc read by the Rev. C. P. Gadsden, and an
i ontr?n will bo pronounced by the Rov. John L. Gi
rardeau. The exercises will take place in thc Cen?
tral Presbyterian Church, Mc?tiu^-street, In the
evening the association will eive a supper, to bo
gotten up by ooa of thc best caterers iu the city.
CLUBS AND STARS.-The following cases will
be brought up before the Mayor this morning:
Albert Johnson, colored, arrested for having u
fowl in his possession claim.* 1 by Ellen Heffron .
In behalf ol' this ono tow! several witnesses will,
Sarah Aiken, colored, arrested for disorderly con?
duct and creating a row cn the streets.
Fredi. Delaney, white, who applied for lodgings.
A cellar door on Queen-street, near East Bay, re?
ported in bad condition. Manv more in that locality
There is a red cow at the Guardhouse, which was
taken up on Sunday. The owner better call and
take her away.
THE WHITE FAWK.- 'Ibis masnihcen t spec?
tacle, far surpassing in tho gorgeousness of its
mise en scene anything ever witnessed in Charles?
ton, will bo presented for the first time at our thea?
tre on Thursday night. Thc Gran 1 Corps do Ballet,
led by the accomplished danseuses Mlle. Esmeraldi
Dian! and Mlle, fugusft Sohlke, and reinforced ?by
the old Charleston favorites, the Vane (datera, will
constitute such an ut tracion as is seldom offered to
the public in a Southern city. Thu Macon Tele?
graph, in commenting upon this piece, says:
In parting with the "Fawe." the management,
and the FJve-like artistes, we have but one expres?
sion to offer, and that is of unqual ifled praise. The
"sjbadow Dance," by sohlte; toe "Hungarian Pol
ia^byDiani; the "Canjean," with its voluptuous
beauty, as renresented by all the principals; the
pretty Laura Belle; tho fairy sisters. Alice and Isabel
Vano; Mal vin:. LeCompte, ?aurdi, anti bo>t? of other
sprites, such as have never visited our dreamland
before-these will haunt us, and all others who have
the slightest appreciation of thc btautUuli
HOTEL ARRIVALS, February 13 and 14.
Charleston ZT?fcZ.-Thos W Sherman. Geo. R. Ver
non. C J Clinch and family. New York; Herman
Oppenheim, City; L Lcberman, Philadelphia; Rev
L Pierce. Geo 3 H Bartshorne, New -Terse.- ; A Alfred,
Kew York; J C Gillett, Augusta ; D L Macneil, East
Florida; T G stanton. Alex Clmchy, New York; J
H Newton, St Louis; Wm T Hyde. Ballimore; M
J Jacob, florida; O Brumhall, R P Jones. New
York; H Browcr, Barnwell: D Mdloy, cheraw;
GP Kirkland, Beaufort; C C Pill, New York; JJ
Upham; Jacob Williams. St. Paul's; EE E'hNon,
-Fairfield; A G Bice, South Carolina; Geo Barrie,
Philadelphia; W K Duff, E Sieger, New ?ork; A
A Duer, Maryland; W G Stevenson, PhUaUe!phia;L W
MauriocHlosstroe; John Bayley and wife. New York
Pavilion Uotel-George Burt, New Yoik; M D
Elreith, St Helena; A Haight. agent Templeton
Troupe; Mrs M L H light and Miss S Bernard, New
York; T G Craft, Greenville: N P Dutton, steamship
Sea Gull; Ibomas M Sherman, New York; S C
Ward, Alabama; Thoma3 Daniel;, cit;. ; H Pool, New?
FIRST APPEARANCE OF mc VELOCIPEDE rx
COABLESTON.-"What's it?" ' Where's it?" "Who's
got ii?" "Where did it come from?" "Have you
seen it?" "There it goes!" "Whoop ! don't it fly?"
.'Break he ceck durreckly." "Dc debbil in datsarac
tilg." "Confederate carary on a charge.' ' "Or retreat?
ing." "The ghost of Tam O'shanters mare " "Any
other horse would get as thin that eat es little."
Such were some of tho myriad interrogatories and
remarks made by the crowd yesterday on the appear?
ance of a velocipede ia the street? nf thi= city. The
Savannah Advertiser boasts thal Savannah ii; not be?
hind'the world, because somebody has an agency for
velocipedes lor Georgia and South Carolina. Well,
we acknowledge that Charleston is some seconds be?
hind Paris and New York, but she has a velocipede
of her own manufacture, and Ehe intends to catch
up. The .one that created such a sensation
yesterday was mado by Mr. Due, an expert
tinner, in conjuncdon with Mr D. B. Haselton,
the sewing machine man, and was ridden by Mr.
Due through the pr'noipai streets, at a rate that
.would eoon reduce horse flesh to the tenuity of the
velocipede it - elf. Mr. Due was fobowed. longo tn
tervallo, br a great crowd of mon ai>d boys, blaek
and white; and pcop o indoors who heard he was
coming rushed to ibe win'.ews to get a peep at the
wonderful horse Substitute. Tho sensation created
by the mechanical Bosiaante is, however, best Illus?
trated by the fact that a certain wll known young
amateur poet was found by his friends in a fainting
flt, his hand ?lill holding a piece of paper on whiol
?were written the following linea:
You wish to rhvme velocipede ?
The mother Jets the bossy fe?d.
The swallow atm ? ?ho mo -ny mead,
Tho baby likes to toss a reed.
Tho apple boars a gloasv seed.
Ibe reindeer take? a mossy feed,
"ff The mule results from oro.'BO' breed,
The donkey pinee from loss o' feed,
THE FntST NATIONAL BANK.-This well man
aged institution has lately, we aro pleased to learn,
increased its capital of $265,000 to S4O0.OCO. The ad?
ditional sum was secured without effort, and was
taten mo.tly by tbe old stockholders; Several hun?
dred thousand dollars additional subscription could
have teen obtained had it been necessary.
THE PIONEER SOUTHERN EDUCATIONAL SO?
CIETY'S SCHOOL.-1 he January rei>o:t of this insti?
tution, under the charge of the Kev. A. T. Porler, i
We have over400 children's names on our roi!, but
have this mouth marie a rigid exau loation of thc
same, and have ?nicken off all who irons'frequent
abseueeit has been deemed txpedi-Dt to regard as
no longer in the school, such have to reapply, and
will tot be admitted unless there is pome certainty
of more punctual attendance. We have therefore ?
dispensed with one lem de 'cacher this month. Upi
to mis date the actual scholars aro 30?. The average
attendance is 2C5.
In ihe Day there are 201 mali and 107 female scho?
Ihe expenses for the mouth of January
for principal, assistants, teachers and
janitor, are.$433 CO
Less paid by pupils. liO 00
In tho Home S' hool there are 57 pupils.
Tho exp- nses for thc month ot January,
inclu'iiug matron, ph varian, providions,
extra bedail g. fcc, arc.So*; a-'
Of which there has been received and pledg?
ed tn Charleston. 473 0?
Add amount needed for school. 323 00
Total needed.$516 84
REPORTER'S CRUMBS. - Ihe velocipede has
mr de its appearance in our city.
To-day the reorganization of the police force be?
" Whitman's $30,00 ) White Fawn" will appear at'
the Hibernian Hall, Th ursday evening.
Cain's paper, the Record, scores the idlers who
daily lounge around the courthouse.
St, Valentines' day-as Jar os this city is concern?
ed,-isa " fizzle."
Yesterday, the first Sunday in Leut, the churches
were well attended.
A gold pencil, picked up in the street some days
ago, is still at the Guardhouse, awaiting an owner.
The yacht Fire Flyfcrttn-* bar or Saturday, and
The commission appointed by the Legislature to
examine tue odored pilots recently appointed, began
its duties on Saturday.
The police force will bc paid off to-day.
Tho side walls cf the new store on East Bay, corner
of Prioleau-stroet, arc goiag np. The building, when
' completed, will have a substantial iron iront.
Th* oratorio will take place on Thur.-day evening.
The new organ of st. Philip's Church will undergo
a formal trial on Friday night, and then be turned
over to the church.
A petition was circulated on Saturday in behalf of J
the Sisters of Mercy, addressed to Council, praying
aid for the orphans under their charge.
Little Chaason, the florist's son, who was run over
by the elly cars some time ago, has lost but one leg,
and is getting wed.
A c ilored man had a fit in one of the city cars yes?
The SistTsof M*rcy are cultivating a truck farm
in "Rutledge-street with opparent success.
Aplauk road ou Rutledge avenue is much needed:
j no doubt the property owaers in the vicinity would
assist in 'ts cci?tiuetion.
Tho assets of the Charleston Saving? Insulation
will be sold at the old Postotbce to-motrow.
1 he repairs authorized by Ccuncil on thc Manoa
Eng'no House have begun, und will icclnde length?
ening of the lower story, with two wings on tho
front; also, a new cupola with open work and ba?
Last n'ght about nine o'clock there was a heavy
fall oi : ain in this city.
THE CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUAU_For thc
first time stace their establishment, the two Catholic
O-.-iiu Asylums (malo and temalei of Charleston,
are about to appeal to the city government for as?s
tance. We learn that the good Sisters are com?
pelled to this step with reluctance, and on'y under
tho pressure of sore necessity. The following peti?
tion has been very numerously signed by tho
fner-^ond n-oll wishers of the Asylums among the
tax-payers, and (as copies have be:n left nt the
newspaper Offices) wc UOUb: not that tarsc amnW
of our humane citzens generally will at'd their
signatures to the memorial.
THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
To the Honorable Ihe Mayor and Aldermen in Com?
mon Council atsemblel :
The memorial of the undersigned tax payers of j
the olty aforesaid, buintdy and respectuhy show? th.
that the Mslcrs of oar Lady ol Mercy, a body poli?
tico and corporate, instituted fur chkrit'iblo pur?
pose*, have been estab ished in thiV city since 1820,
rrom which period down to the pr?sent day t?i*y
have been engaged lu atpcding the sick and main?
taining and training the orphan. Soon after thc
e-tal/iishuii-ir. of their ordei in th's city, they open?
ed a female orphan as-, lum which has ever since
b?en fiilea to Its entire capacity. This asylum they
have been enabled to IMO up only by the most
strenuous exertiuns on t eir P'ri, frequently labor?
ing under >he mo-t difficult embarrassments. Aud
they hava had to depend for its support chiefly upou
their own efforts, and thc charitable donations ot the
Ca holic citizens of Charleston.
AB long as there was room tor another, no orphan
ever applied in valu for admission to their asylum,
lhcy have clothed, icd, comforted and trained upon
an avenge, sixty-five every year ITom the foundation
of their institution to this day. At no time have
the.-e ladles had under their care And trdtiou less
than fifty of these little onos, while at oiher time; the
number of their little inmates has exceeded seventy
Besides this female orphan a-ylum, a boy's orphan
asylum bas been opened in Caunon-strcet, contain?
ing tweuty-oue boys. Ihis w_s established June 5,
Tho present year there are maintained la theso two
asylums eighty-six orphans, male and female.
Your petitioners, CB lutroductory to the prayer tb;y
hive now to m ?ie. do not propose to address to your
honorable boJy ao argument, but simply to lay bo
fore you facts, the best argument for au enlightened
and impartial mind.
This is tho first occasion that thc claim of these
ladles for municipal aid has ever been brought be
lore Council, aud your petitioners hop j that it may
ue favorably considered. .
They would not now obtrude on yt ur honorable .
body, but thc rtduced state in which these ladies
have boen left by various adverse circumst .neos dur?
ing anu since the war. imperailvely demand relief
such relict is cow indispensable to them
Finaily. youi petitioners pray that lu tho annual
appropriation by tho city tor the relief of the or?
phan, a certain mm mav be allowed this cba:itable
body, that Iney may be encouraged in the holy work
they have uudertak n, and that iu tho administra?
tion of our city affairs fair, rquu and impartial jus?
tice ma> bc dealt out alike to all o: its citizens. And
A our memorialists, as in autv bound, w.U cverprav,
BU S UN JilSS N OTICJE8.
SMOKING TOB.XCO.-Mr. Lorenzt offers tn
TUE NEWS, this morning, to sell stamped ^moiling
tobacco at thu same price that he u?ed to fell un?
stamped tobacco. He is driving a fine business, and
has lately made fomo good bargains, which enable
bim to sell very low.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES, now ana second-bar
Plough aud Team Harness, Hames tit fifty cents a
pair, and Collars tor Horse? and Mules, for sale low
byr. F. Chapeau, Meeting-street, next lo Mills
House. imw February 12
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.-Persons desiring to
have Valent ncs delivered to any portion of the
city, can be accommodated by leaving the same at
Burnham'!* Drug Store, Na. 421 King-street.
February 13 2
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in eveiy style. Mince pies, h>sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
mfllfi- DCTffe WEST FKMXLK1 *COL^
_L LEGE -This ls oue ot the most flourishing in?
stitutions in the State, Pupils received at any lime,
and charged from the time of entering.
Tuition, including Latin and French, $4 per
Boarding, including Fuel and Washing, S14 50 per
mcnth. J. S- BuNNKR.
December 14 mth3mo President.
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN?
FORMS bis IrieudB and the pnbho generally that bo
has taken charge of this well-known and ponular
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, and hopes bv strict attention
to merit a fall sl'are of thc public patronage.
The celebrated Artesian Water Baths, hot, cold and
shower, can be had at all hours.
Coaches with attentive porters are always in readi?
ness to convey passengers to and from the different
railroads and steamers. E. H JACKSON,
-TatiTiaTT IS Imo
STOCKS AND BUNDS.
?TORTHEASIERN RAILROAD FIRST MORT?
UI GAGE BOND*.
City Charleston S?ock.
Granit? ville Ma?ufactur?Eg Company Stock.
For s ile by J. H. WILSON,
Feb:uaryl5 2 No. 5 Broad-strcf.
17I0RTW-LVE MONTHS. SECT/RltD BY MORT
. GAGE of desiru ole * ty Properly. Applv'.0
J. H WILSO V,
Febraarv 13 2 No. 5 Eroad-street.
^?iilinmj ?coos, ftc.
P K I N O IMPORTATEOS
18 6 9.
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CAT OR & CO-,
N03. 237 AND 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
ElIPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
BONNET AND TRIMMING RIBBONE
VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS
BONNET CRAPES, SILKS AND SATINS
ILLUSIONS. BLONDS. LACES, RUC PIE ?,
NETS AND VELVETS
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS
STB AW BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS
trimmed and untrimmed
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
The largest, stock ot' Millimry Goods in ibis coun?
try, aad unequalled in choice variety, which we of?
fer at prices that will defy com po'it ion.
Feruary 15 5*
Q li. A F VU M K N ' S
JLife Assurance Company
OF NEW YO MC.
Ufficc : Park Bank Unilrling, Sos. '-il4
and 210 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, Prc-ident.
WILI.LAM T.. PHIPPS, Vice-President.
HENRY Br-LDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State 0: South Carolina,
Orhce No. 27 Brond-'?irect.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
t?r .-UlvAGliNTS wauted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMEBREY?, Goncral
Agent tn Decemtx-r 7
YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY.
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE 18
or HAnrFORD, coNSEcn,_ur.
ASSETS and Surplus over.824,000,000
DIVIDEND^ have averaged over 50 per cent, an?
RE?-PONTBILlIY.-For every SIGO cf Liabilities, it
has Sic i of A;sets.
PREMIUMS.- Nctes taken for ?0 per coat, of same.
SE1V ENGLAND MUTUAL LIKE INSUR?
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
PREMIUMS.-Notestaken for 40 percent-, of same.
DIVIDENDS oair annually on the Contribution plan.
THE iETNA IMt 15 INSURANCE COM.
THE IIAUTFOKD FIHE iNSURANCE
TUE NORTH A M EK IC AN FIRE INSUR?
TUE CONNECTICUT PUCK IAS?UAACE
THE: IUVRVGFIKE INSURANCE COM?
Mr. W. C. COURTNEY, of tho Arm of W. C.
COURTNEY & CO., No. 9 Boyce & Co.'s Wharf, will,
in connection with ibis Agency, take risks on COT?
TON, RICE AND PRODUCE genorally.
A. H. HAYDEN,
No. 2T3 KING-STREET.
January 29 fmw3mo
Shirts and /orntsl)ing ?coils.
TOE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLE HEN'S FURNISHING- STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STO?E
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
IX CHARLESTON, 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
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Which are ( ffered for sale at the LOWES.T CASS
Meeting-street, opposite Ihe Market Hall.
February 9 Cmos
J M P O R TE R S OK
TEAS. WINES. BRANDIES, &c"
And Dealers in
CEO WE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM S. CORWIN 6 CO.
jOS^Goods delivered to all parts 01 the City.
TO SKOKEES ?
HST O ADVANCE
THE SUB>CRIBER WILL SELL H?S OLD FAVO?
RITE BRANDS at the usual prices, in atamped
packages. Ho invites the Trade and Country Mer?
chants to examine his laruo and well selected Stock,
which he is able to uit'er at manufacturers' price?,
either by the groBS or dozen, to suit purchasers.
N. E. corner Wentworth and King
February 16 3 .
RSALAS, AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
ia Brauch ot tbe Havana Segar Factorv, "Ls
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers and smokers to his very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, ot all gradee
and sizes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to bo as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Expres?, C. O. D., or 30 days' city accep?
No. Ii* EAST B1?-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
August 24_ mwfCmo
Imported under the Reduced Tariff
ALARGE LOT OF THE ABOVE. OF MY OWN
lasvortatton, jost received and for sale at my
Store. Meeting-street, opposilo Mids bouse.
CAUTION-Ray Havana Cigars where tho unopened
boxes bear a stamp witu the word "IMPORTED"
printed therein. F. E. SCHRODER.
JOHN C. 91 1 N OTT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.Vf). 1 COU RTTIb U SE SQUARE
Ik Y K KS ON k IS ATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
HARLEM. kV. Y.
This celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
tho year, aud is guaranteed to keep sound through
the hottest weather, and on that account is of all
Ales tho best adapted to the southern climate. The
proprietors oro desirous of establishing a trade for
their Ale in this ?ection, aud wish to make a<
rangemonts with some energetic, responsible party
to take tho - ge nev for thc sale of it In Cbailestcn
and vicinity. P.YERSON k BATES,
Harlem Stauou, New York City.
February IC Imo
HOCKADArS STABLES, AND LOTS
IN SPR ING-STREET,
1.? now prepared to keep CATTLE, HORSES and
STOCK of every dcscripl'on. 'Jhern is a gotd
pump aud large sheda on thc lot. I will sell Stock
on small comm Brion. imo February 9
IF YOD WANT G \S FITTING DONE.
Go to P. U GUiLLE.MIN. m?o. 14U Church-street.
Il you wantSTEAT PILLING done.
Go to P. L. GMLLKMTN, No. 14') Church-street,
rt you waut PLUMBING dono.
Go to P. L. GUILLEMIN, No. HOCiiurch-strcot
It vou waut TIN HOOPING aud GU iTEUING don-,
r Gntnl'.L. GUjr.l.EMTS. No. 140 Church-s.reeL
tl vou wautoA-> i IA i ft.vci-. - -
Go to P. L. QUILL EMIN, NL 110 Church-strent.
When-you can get GAS cn \N DELIERS, PEN?
DANTS. Brackets, Hall Lights, Portable Stands,
A KG AND BU KV EUS,
Porcelain, Mica, Paper nnd Tm Shades GJne*
Globes and -hades. Cooper and Iron Pumps, Bath
Tuba, Parlor and Bed-room Grates, Kerosene Lamps,
&c, kc, at reasonable pricos.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Ol't Gas Fixtures RcbronzM
1', brnary 15 tb?m3
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ANO AU DISCASCS OF TDK
STOMACH ANS LIVER.
Tiler AUK rtncouair.Nnt'.n ar THE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AionNTs, yjsvr YORK.
Manufactured fey C. F. PAMMN,
CEEMI32 AUD APOTEMAS?,
CHARLES J? O N", B. C.
JOST*For Sale by Druggists JSwtryw.'icrr.'?i,
February 15 mwilyr
TO THE LADIES.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
m my vcars' e\porx'uce :u the manufactura
o? ORNAM NTAL BAIB WO'E enable us to oller
to our customers tho finest o.-sonine it ot every ur
ticlo requiiod iu our linc, (rom the Final) FR1ZZLS
lo tho full Wi';, t-nibrariua Bit?ls or ??ltAboa, Coils,
Waterfalls, Out-h.ous, Criinpt Lair, Lauus, Curls,
TORTOr E-SHKLL DUELING. TUCK. S'.DIC AMD
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS 0/ every ol.'ier ela.-*.
To tiie tientiemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHIS?
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, te.
To Our CustoimT? Generally.
THE FINES! FRI'NCH ANO ENGLISH PEUFU
MLLY, >i)APa, POMADE, HAIR OILS. HAIR RE
S ' 0KATIVE-, COSlItTIC -, .vc, Hom the most re?
spectable houses iu oich cou-try.
On' GEM AN COLOGNES ure unsurpassable.
lor Euglish ?iud French Bair, Tooih and Nail
Bru.-hcs, 'Jortoi-hell, Budal' and other Drcsiing
CoKihs, wo challenge rivalry.
Pani nl.tr attcniion ia paid lo the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BB2?ST t INS, Eau KINGS,
FINGER RINGS. CHA HMS, KC.
All Olden by mail will bo.-o lided that tho reputa?
tion of the house tortee pa?l thiriy-rivo yaam shall
not gutter in our haurfs. Always on hand a fi o as?
sortment ol Kreuch Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and thc trade.
M. & A. ASHTON,
Januarys hil m CHARLES t OH, S. C.
No. ?75 KlNG-STKUKT.
GOLD ANO TIN FOIL, AM iLGAMs, M'NEBAL
TEETH, Steel Goods, aud ?very article used by tho
Dentist. 2mo January 27
l'SDKH DECRJSE IN EQUITY,
L annean, et al, vt. Donnell, et al.
THIS DAY, the 15th dar of February instant, at
ll o'clock, will be sold, at the Old Customhouse,
Alt that MBSSUAliK AND LOT OF LAND fituate,
lying and being on Concord-street, in the Ciao- of
Charle-ton, S. C., meas-unng and cottaininer bl
fnont on Concord-street one hundred and ten (11C)
feet, more or less, and in depth ono hundred and
forty-five (145) feet, more or less; butting and bound?
ing to the west and north on lands of the >ew York
steam Packet Company, to the south on lauds now
or late of the estate of John F. Knox, and to tho east
TernJE-One-lourth cash; the balaree on a credit
of one, two, three, four and five years, secure 1 by
bond or bonds o? the puichasor, bearing interest
from the day of sale, payable semi-annually, anda
mortgage of the property. The buildings to be in?
sured and the policy assigned.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County.
February 15_. _rawl7
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Ey virtue of a writ of Fieri Fiteias. to me directed
and dehvered, aili ba sold on MONDAIT, theist
day of March next, at ll o'clock, A. M., precisely,
ou Adgei's North wharf,
All the right, lille and interest of the defendant in
FIE TEEN BALES OF UPLAND CO HON.
Levied on and to ho sold as tho property of Farr
H. UaU-e at thc suit ol Wm. Dawiras.
tamediatejy after tho above sale, on North Atlan?
All tho right, title and interest ortho defendant in
Tl-.N BALES OF UPLAND COTTON.
Lev.'od on and to be sold as the property of Jacob
G. Keitt at the suit of John W. Sellers, Administra?
tor, ( ?ho sues for another. )
Tonns caph. F. W. M. MACKEY,
February IC_m3_P. C. 0.
BY HUTSON IEE, Auctioneer.
The uudersicned will sell at public outcry, TO-MOB
ROW, the 16th instant, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
All that LOT, PIECE, OB PABCEL OF LAND,
wllh the two story Wooden Building thereon, situate,
lying and being on the east side of Coming-street,
City of Charleston, being thc next lot to George
street, measuring and containing in trent on Coming
street thirty-ooc (31) teer, and iu dopth ninety-five
?95 t-Ct niue (9.1 inches, be tho same moro or loss ;
butting and bouadina ou the north on lands formerly
of estate ot James Sheppard, to the cast on lauds of
-, to thc .-outli on tanda of-, and to the west
on Coming.stro.-t; said lol being a part of the real
estate of James i-heppard. docaaeed, and sold by his
executors, under and by virtue ot his last will and
AU that LOT OF LAND on thc east side of Com?
ing-street. City ol Charl?sf n, and known as.No. 48
(torty-cight). measuring -and containing in front on
Coming-street, thirty (30) feet more or less, and in
depth ninct.i -Uve i95) icct three i.l) inches, more or
kai; butti: g and bounding to thc north on lands of
-; to thc south on landa ot.-, formerly of Airs.
Windsor; to the east on land now or lay; ol John
Bair, Esq., and to ihe west ou Comtng-streeL All of
which will more tully appear upon- record lu the
Mesne Office, Book R, No. 14, page 303.
All that LOT, PIECE OP. PARCEL CF LAND,
befog situate, lying and being' on the east side of
Coining-sHcet, lu thc City of Charleston, measuring
and containing in front on Coming street thirty-two
(32) feet six (Ci inehe-, bc the same more or lets, and
in depth mnety-?ve ( -5) feet six |6| inches, be the
same more or less; butting and bounding north on
lands of estate of Jaruos bhcppaid, to the east on
lands of-, to tho south on lands late of estate of
James Sheppard, now of Gabriel Davis, and lo the
west on Coming-street ; said lot being a part of thc
real estate ot James Sheppard, deceased, and sold
linden, sud by virtue of his last will and testament
by bis executors.
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the two story wooden building sud the out?
buildings thereon, being situate and lying r.n Ufe
north sido of Bull-street, in the City of Charleston,
and known as No. 2S, measuring and cont alni eg in
front on Bull-street, thirty-one (31) feet, moro or
less, and in depth from north to south, one hundred
and forty-one (141) feet, moro or less; butting and
bounding north nu lauds ot Poter Hasol, to thu cast
ou lands of G. T. Whitman, to the south on Bull
itreet, and to the west on lauds of T. A. Wilbur.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, scoured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises; buildings to be insure! and
policies assigned. Purchaser to pay for all neces?
sary papers and stayps. W. E. MIEELL.
Assignee of Gabriel Davis,
February 15 thus tul
BY HUTSON LEE? Auctioneer.
By virtue of an Oidor to me directed by the Hon.
Geotge S. Bryan, Judge ol tho Uuitod States conn
for tho District of South Caro ina. will be sold at
publi; outcry 1C-MOR1IOW, the ICtli day ol Feb
mary next, ut ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Custom?
-Tl lll&t T^TTTTT.rT u ll rmtv ?-LroTr-T: i'.\ir, nm,
tho two-story Wooden Building and Lutbulldiugs
thereon, situate, lying ami being on thc west bide of
Ashley River, between BCJ and Cannon streets uud
known as No. 19; measuring and containing in front
on Ashlpy-sircit sixt?-seven fe?t six inches (07 0), on
back or west'inc scvoniy-six feet (76l, on tho south
and north lines ?ne hundred and sixty-five (105) feet,
be thc same more or less; butting and bounding to
the north on lauris of E. C. Holland, to the casi on
Ashley street, to the south on lands of Mark E.
Cohen, aud to thc west oj lands now or lato of W. T.
All that TOWN LOI ult PARCEL OF LAN P.
i-ituatod on the north side of Ca houn-etreet, ono
door west of smith-street, immediately upon Bcu
ui ti's M ll Pond; measuring and containing In Iront
ou Ca houn-strcci. (00) six>y foot, on back or north
li?e (SO) elg: ly loot six inches, on east lino (156) fun
huudr>dand r.fty-slx lect. and on west line ?''IOj
ono hundred and sixty feet, bu the same more .or
Lss; butt ne and bounding to the north and west
on Bennett's Mill P. nd. to the cast on lands now or
late ot James Poyas, und to tho south on Calhoun
street, as per plut on rec7:d itt Plat Book "A," No. 1,
in Mesne Couvcyauco Office for Char.estou District
'J aims-One half cash; balance in ono year, secur?
ed by ond of th-: purchaser and mortgage of tho
premises, build ngs to be insured and policies as?
signe 1. Purchaser to pay assignee for all Decenary
capon* and stamps. J. B. BISSELL, Assignee.
Febiuiry 15 fmw8tul
Two (2) Eligible Building Lois on Rutledge
BY HUTSON LEE. Auctioneer.
Will be sold at the Old Customhouse, TO-MORROW,
16:h instant, at ll o'clock A. M.,
AU that de6irab!o LO C OE L ND, situated on the
west side ol Rutledge avenue, nearly opposite Rad?
cliffe fatrect, bound itu to tho north (18-3) one hun?
dred and eiiditwflve lect on lot below described;
east (45i ior:.v-?ve l?et ou Rutledge avenue; south
(?85) one hundred ano eighty-five feet on lards of
Wm. Lucas; and we-1 (15) forty-five feet ou lands of
Fabian IL V> i,kenberg.
All that desirable LOT OF LAND next north^oi
Hie above, b .u our.' lo Hie north (185) ono hundred
and elxbtv-flve lect ou lands of Mrs. Amelia <!r->bel;
dst (50) fifty lect on Rutledge avenue; seuth (185)
ouu Lundi cd a:;d ci .-hty-live jrot on above describ -I
lot; and wes (Soi li ty l et ou landa ot fabian !.'.
Wiekenbeig, bi: Mic^c iii tusiens morn or le.^s.
'I lii'60 ar*-without exception two Ot the most de?
sirable Lots in lue city, loetled as they aro in a de
ligiitful ncigbborhco.l on the most (asbion.ib'e
street, aud immediately ou thc linc ol th-? Cit- Ball?
i.ruts raab. Purchaser to poy A?:e:ioneer i-:r
paper, aud attrape, wl'm'ul February IS
(D?iljiiuj an? /arnisljing (SiwK
CLOSING OUT SALE.
IN OR PER IO DISPOSE OF TBE BALANCE OF
FALL AND WINTER
So as lo make room for our
SPR?N3 AND SUMMER SUPPLIES
Which wo expect tho latter part of this month, w
have reduced thc prices of our Goods
REGARDLESS TO COST OF MA\UF AC?
TIF tCIRG THE MM!'.
Thanking tho public for their very libera! patron?
age, wc hopo by our fair dealing to merit a contin?
uance of tho same. We respeclfully invite one and
all to call aud see fo: themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
RETAIL DEPARTMENT No. 303 KING-3T.,
Next to Cowperthwait's Furniture Store,
No. 157 Meetiug-streeL
February 2 Imo Opposite Charleston Hotel.
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.,
MINER, 8?LLPPER AND DEALER
SoutLCaroMna Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mos
Remaining ?stete of ike Charleston Savings
W. T. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
W?l be sold TO-MORROW, 16ib February, at tbe
. Old Postoffice, at ll o'c.oek,
The following ASSETS of-tbe Charleston Savings
1035 shores STATE BAISE STOCK
1347 shares Farmers and Exchange Bank Stock
686 shares Bank of South Carolina stock
76 abares Bank of Charleston Stock (new issue)
100 shares Commercial Bank Columbia S took
1359 shores People's Bank Steck
003 shares Union Bank Mock
1 Note of the Bank of the State of South Carolina
and of the State of South Carolina for $100,000
1 Note of the Bank of the State of South Carolina
and of the State of South Carolina tor $160,000.
February 15_ _,
Elegant Private Residence at corner of Orange
and fradd streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S.BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by the'
Hon. Geo. S. B: yan, Judge of tho United States
Court for the District of South Carolina, I wih sell.
at public auction on TUESDAY, 9th March; at ll,
o'clock AJ M., at the Old Postoffice.
That very desirable and spacious RESIDENCE at
northwest corner of Orange and Traed streets/now
occupied by the Hon. P. C. Gaillard. The House
contains-room?, and apon the premises are all.
necessary outbuildings, with a spa. ious garden spot
This is one ot the moat desirable Residences In
Charleston, and is well situated w th reference to the
business part of Charleston, and in close proximity
(o thc Battery. Lot measures 110 feet on Tradd by
150 feet OU OracuC struct.
Terms- One-.ourih cash; balan e in one, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of tbe
property, with interest; proporty to b? insured and
poiicy assisncd. Purcba-er to pay Auctioneers for
papers and stamps,
L ATOE v CE W. O'HEAB,
As.-lgnee of Theodore Stoney.
February 15 mslrhrntuB
Valuable Real Estate.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. B?IUNS,
Will bc sold on THURSDAY, 18th instant, at the Old
Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
Tbe following valuable J EAL ESTATE:
That desirable two story WOODEN DWELLING,
known as No. 197 Coining-street, 6 doors north of tho
Spring-street Methodist Church, wes--fide, contain
?Dg4roou)8. Lot measures 30 feet front by 111 foet
in depth, more or less. . ?
'Ibatoe-irable two story WOODEN DWELLING,
known as No 19 Bogard-street, third door from Lau?
rel-street. ' outlining 4 rooms. Lot measures 33 feet
front by 85 feet lu depth, more or less
That desirable two story WOODEN DWELLING,
known as No. 21 Bogard-strect, second door from
Laurel-street, cntalnlng 4rooms. Lo: measures 33
fee' nront by 85 in depth, more or less.
That desirable LOT on Laurol-streot, third door
from Bogard, west side, measuring 37 teet front by
126 in depth, more or less. Said Lot opeas on Bose
That desirable LOT in laurel-street opening or#
Rose Lane). Ave dcors from Regard-street, . west
side, measuring 87 teet trout by 120 feet in depth.
That due LOT in Laurel-street, east side, between
Spring and Bogard-streets, ono door north ol' No. 2,
containing 0U feet Iront by 100 teet m depth, more
That Northern portion of LOT at the corner of
Percy and Spring streets, containing 40 feet front by
100 feet in depth, moro or less.
Thai desirable LOT, with small shanty, la Percy
street, west sido, between Bogard and Line, contain?
ing 100 feet front by 100 in depth, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us lor pupers and
stamps. miutb3 February 15
W. Y. LEITCH & li S. BRUNS,
The underslcnrd will sell at public outcry on
a HURsDAY, the 18th Foi-rnarv next, at ll o'clock
A. M., BI thc Old Customhouse,
AU that LOT Pii-CE OR PARCEL OF LAND wiin
the buildings thereon, situate, lying- and being on
the west sido of King-street lu the City of Charles?
ton, just south of ti-o bend in that street; but ing
and bounding to the north on lot formerly ot John
S. Bird and now nf John Siegling, and measuring
thereon one hundred and six (106) feet more orb ss,
to thc east on King-street und measuring thereon
twenty-seven (27) icut, to the south on lot of Wi liam
J: Jacobi one huudred and two (102) feet six (0) in?
ches, ai d to the wc.3', on lands of John H?gling and
medaling, twelve (12) feet, bo. thc same measure?
ments more or less; and having such shape and
form as is delineated in a plat o? Charles Parker,
dated in. March, 1851. and attached io the deed of
conveyance from .TOMI S. Bird to William Laval,
bearing date thc 18th day of February, A. D. 1851,
subject, however, as to thal portion thereof designat?
ed in said plat as thc passageway, and co orcd yel?
low, to a right ct way in and over the same, that is
to say: and it is hereby so declared reserved and
granto >, that the said piece or parcel cf land m said
-nat, RhallTorc-verbcrcalt' trba .ajrjaL jemain .npjm _JU
such 1er tho comnou use ofiiie said lot hcrem eon
vejod, and the lot bounding it to the north and all
tho lawful owners and occupants ot tho said two lots,
AU that PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being oe the north sire of Queen
street, iu the city ot Charleston; bounded on thc
south by Queen-street, on the east partly by lands
of Ucrjamin Elfe, partly by lands of the Protestant
Episcopal Church,of St. Phil p's, on tho north by
lands of the Protestant Congregation Church, known
as ibo "Circular y burch," and oa the west by isnds
ot John Gordon; measuring and containing in front
on Queon-street twenty-seven (J7) feet, on the back oi
north line thirty-two (32i feet elx (0) inches, and in
depth two huudred aud twenty-three (2:13) teet Thc
above described Lot ol I aud having been conveyed
by John DeLdiun, io Preston West, abd bearing
date 20th December, A. D 1861, and recOiderl ia the
office ol tho Regii-tcr of Mes nc Conveyance, In Dooli
O, No. 12, pp. 609 and 510..
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND
situate, lying and being OD thc north sido ot Queen
streot, Cily uf Charleston, and adjoining tho one itu
mediately a'ove described, and purchased ty
John Deighan of Joe)b brock; measuring and con
taming on the north aud south lines, from cast tc
west thirty-one (31) feet, and cast and west lines
from north to south, seveuty-eijht (78: feet; butting
and bounding north on lauds of tho Protestant Con
gre ga tio-al i. hutch, k. ?a aa tho "Circulai
Church," south on lands ot Jacob- Brock, of which
the 1 it was once a tart, east by tho lot Immediately
above described, and west oy lauds of-.
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, willi
tbe Buildings thi reen, situate, lying nod belog on
the west slao of Wall-street, City ol Charleston, and
known as No. 19. measuring aud containing in fronl
ou Wall-stroct, from north to eouth, thii ty-ihce (33
feet, and in depth, irotu east to west, on? hundred
und three 103) teet, be thc sume mea>-urcm"Ut more
or less; bruting and bounding to tho north ou landa
now or oucc ot Henry Sparnick; sooth on lands non
or once of thc .estate nt Peter Laurens; to the casi
on Wall-street, aud wen ou lauds of-. All o
which will inure fid? appear upon record in Mesa?
Conveyance ollie', book T, ?4, No. 4, page 13.
lams-One ,rd (!;i ca b; balance in ono am
two years, retrurcd by bond ol pur. hater and mort
Bago of the p rem sos; biddings io be insured anil
policy assigned. Pur, baser to pay Assignats tor all
ucecaeary Btamre. ai.d papers.
W. E. M IK ELL.
Jmuary21 tbin8wth'? Ass?iaje Gabriel Davis.
li otf?lands Plantation on Cooper River, ahem
1,723 Acr's of Lund-could be advantage
Wi ALONZO J. WHITE '& SDN,
Ou '1H UR ?DA Y. thc 13th instant, at ll o'clock, a
or near the Old Customhouse, will be i-old,
W OODLANDS PLANT HON, t-ituato ou tue ca=
side of -oopar Uiver, aboul 2') mile* from liae city
in tho Parish ol' st. 'I lion as, coutainiug as per p'.at
hi Willoh soul .'Woodlsuda" is de-ignuioit a.s Ai;*i
Field Plantation, i"-':t acres consisting ol swaine ant
morah loud, cleared aud in au improved state, iu
c.udiitg aitches, banks, kc. 4?7 acres high am
brollen land, cleaved lind iu woo ls. me UUilig is
lands, KSrrvoirs, ponds, kc, 1336 acres, ihh
Phonation affords divers ty of soli, capable of pro
dueia;: the be<: quality rice, cotton, tin.l provisions
A large urea hciug Wish wooded, affords proatubl
employment tor cutters cf urewowd and lumber
has a lauding on Ccopc : Biver. Plat can be cs
am in td at cur office.
Conditions-Ane-half cash: balance in one and twi
year?, with interest semi-annually, secured by bond
and mortgage of property sold. Purchaser to fa,
for requisite papers aiid stamps.
February 16 mwlh3
Fine Tenement Raidenc?, JSo. 31 Evil-street
B? ALONZO J. WHITE & SON
ISrottcr?, Auctioneer* anti ltcal L?state
Will be sold on THURSDAY next, the 18th instant
. a ll o'clork,
That fine three story BRICK TENEMENT BES]
DENCE, No. 31 Hull-street, containing ll handsome
ly ilnisbed rooms, largo entrio?, gas throughout
building, double piazzas to south, fine cistern, kc. Al
necessary outbuildings on lot. Loi measures 98 tee
ll inches tront by 172 feet d ep. be the sa oe mor
or less.. Carriage eutrauce and right of way on Lynd
street to roar ot building.
Conditions- Ualf cash; balancf? payable in om
year, scouted by bond and mortgage of propern
sold; luterestpayable semi-annually. Buildings t!
be iusurcd aud policy assigned. Purchaser to par
A. J. White k Sou for papers aud stamps.
February 15 . mwtb3
r 1LL1S ?i CH1SUL1U.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WELL ATTEND TO THE PUBOKA8E, SALE AN!
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOKES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 3. O.
E.WILLIS..A. E. CHISOLM,
TBK DAT 15th insbnit. at the Store southeast
corner CaThoun and East Bay-streets, we -rill sell,
at 10 o'clock, ," ' ... '
THE CONTENTS OP 8AID 8TOBE..
j CON sismo OF
60 GALLONS 'MOLASSES, 60 GALLONS Vvnr\.
SENE OIL, 10 Gallons Turp?n^. ^ Glsef Osee
Sashes, 1O0 New Axe" Handles, Coantera.lot Drawers
Counter'Scales, Show Osse, lea Home, Water Cooler'
1 Beer Pump, complete, Har Screen, Tea Caddies!
Tobacco Cutter, Grain, Shot and Nail Btna, ?ero
seno, Lard, and Molasses Cans, Clock, ko kc l
Large Mahogany Book Case with Books, aeon* iso
Volume*-_a February 15
Contenu, $c, of a Baking Establishment, No.
16 King-street, near Smith's Lorie.
WiU tell THIS DAT, 15th instant, at 10 o'clock at
tbe above Sttre, '
The ENTIBE CONTENTS, consisting o?: Show
Cases, Scales, Jars, Status. Counter?, ?c., ?c.
Will sell on TUESDAY, 16th, at No. 130 Meeting
street, a superior afsortment of WETTING PAPER,
Mucilage, Ink, Atc. Also, Furniture and Sundries. *
February 16 .
Ex parte Wm. Shepherd, in re Joseph.Pur tell.
Assignee's Sale of the "Purcell Farm," ou
the Dorchester Road, near Charleston-al
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH. \
By virtue of a Decree in Bankruptcy in the above
case, will be sold. TO-MORBOW, 16th inst,, at
ll o'clock, a: the Old Postoffice,
All that 1EAOT OF LAND, lying ea the north ride
of the public road leading from Charleston to Ashley
Elver Ferry, containing seventy-five and a hslf (75}?)
acres, more or less, and also a small Tract of Land
on the northern boundary of the above tract and in?
corporated with it aa one tract; bounded north and
east on lands now or late of -- Howard, iou th on
the Dorchester Hoad, west on lands now or late of
-Beckman, und northwest on lanae now or late
of Bev. P. O'Neill; the place said to contain phos?
phates, and to be well settled.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, secured bye mortgage on thapioperty;
purchaser to pay lor papers and H ta mps. .
E. W. MARSHALL.
Assignee of Jos. PurceTL
February 15 '? mwamsmtu7
A Small Dwelling) also, two Corner Lou,
fine stand* for Corner Shops, at Auction. :
BY G. McBKIDE SMITH. .
TO-MORROW, the 16th instant, at ll o'clock, at the
" . old Postoffl e, - ,
No. 68 Line-street, a sm ll HOUSE, south side, se?
cond i : om southeast corner Lino and Laurel streets.
Lot 40 feet front, by CO.feet deep, more or Ieee. 1
A fine BUILDING LOT on the southwest corner of
Bogard and Laurel streets: 85 foot fronton Bo?
gard street, by 87 feet on Laurel-street, more or less.
A fine BUILDING LOT, on the southeast corner of
Bogard-street and Rose Lane; 30 feet front on-Bo?
gard-strect, by 97 feet on Rose Lane, more or less.
'Jenna-one-half cash; the balance in one and two
years, secured as usual. Purchaser to pay G. McB.
S. for papers and stamps. > -
February 15 Feb 8 9, ll. 13,15,16
Positive Sale of a Small Farm, about lit
Acres, on the Northeastern Railroad, near
the City, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TO-MORROW, tho 16th instant, at 10 o'clook,]at tho
Old I ostoffloe,
Tbo above FARM, together with small Dwelling
and outbuildings, near the State Road and Cooper
h ivor. A splendid .land fir a .store, being adjacent
to the Phosphate Works; about 20 acres cleared.
Situated on the southern boundary of the "Sanders
Terms-One-half rash; the balance in one year,
seenred as usual. Purchaser to pay G. MoB. 8. for
papers and stamps. A liberal discount lor all cash.
February 15 ' Feb. 3,13,15, lo*
Dorses, Mules, Plantations, Carls, Jrc. Alto,
Bedsteads, Mattresses, Chairs, Tables, Bu.
reaus, Washstands, Wardrobes, Extension
Table, Carpets, Mirrort, Desks, Pianot, ?rc,
One Still and Sundries,'at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On WEDNESDAY, at 10 o'clock, al bis Salesroom*
No. 31 Broad- stren._February 15
Fine Residence in the Village of Mount
BY HOLMES & MACBETH
Will be sold TO-MOBR?W, 16th February, at ll
o'clock, In front ol the Old Postoffice.
That desirably located DWELLING HOUSE, two
and a half stories, on brick basement, containing rix
I (ijj upPgnTT-jnur W gatrelf<Ire<j?4iig jxiome, double
' piazzas to the south, large cistern and well of water,
mnage house and stable; said lot measuring and
containing to tho northeast..on Pitt-street, 46 feet 4
inches, to tho north and northwest, on lands late of
Dr. Farrell and of William Peace, Esq., 2<8 feet, to
the southwest, on land of John Horlbeck, 70 feet 3
inches, and to the ?outheaat, on landa of the said
John Horloeck, 226 feet 3 inches, bo all of the said
dimensions, more or less, and having 'such shape
and dimensions as are included in a plan made by
John A. Micbel, surveyor, in June, 18S9.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, se?
cured bv bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
the property; buildings to be msuied and policy .as?
signed. Purchaser to pay HOLMES k. MAC?EIH
for papers and stain ps. * February 15
LARGE SALE! OP HEAL ESTATE Itt
WiU be aold on thc first TUESDAY ba March, by the
Administrators of William Berring, deceased,
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
First. A magulflaeot FAMILY MANSION, four*
teen rooms with necessary closets and outhouses,
situated on Peacht.eo-strect, ina first class neigh?
borhood in every respect
Second. Seven CI lY LOTS within one hundred
feet of the statehouse and Emt Baptist Church,
four of which have'improvements on them; one of
these has a good eight-room brick house finished
throughout with closets.
Third. ABHTCE STOREHOUSE and Kitchen, ta
thc most desirable business part of the city, on
Whitehall-sti eet. fronting 27 feot on Whitehall-street,
and running back ono hundred and nineteen, feet,
with the right of an aliey.
Fourth. An excellent FARM, bf 170 acres, on Peach?
tree Read, four miles from the city; fifty acres of
cotton land, with a good peach orchard xnd good
Fifth. An interest in WILD LANDS; also Notes
and Accounts and stocks lu Feveral Manufacturing
Companies. Mr. Herring having been long a resi?
dent ol Atlanta, he selected the most desirable prop?
erty, both as to present and prospectivo value; con?
sequently every foot offereJ is JNo. 1 in every re?
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in four and
eight months, with interest frcm day of sale. .
J. W. H KRUI Ni i, "I
W. F. HLRBING, [ ..?V ,.il?.,:_?
N. L. AN O i ER. , f Administrators.
A. LEYDEN, J
February 13 Dfcc 18
Auctioneers' |)iiD?te Snirs.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 3i Broad-street, loutit side, near
At Private Sah?- .
FIBS I' CLaSS SEA ISLAND COTION PLANTA
llONS . .
Valuable fice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive a id Vduable Manuf ictoriee, Mill Sites
and Deliguttui summer Residences in various
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all sizes, price?
and descriptions lu every part of the city.
January 25 ' ? mwl3mo
BY J. FRASER MATH??WES.
At Private Salo
That valuable property, known as the CEDAIT'
HALL PL?tiTATIU?, of Dr, ?ames E. Whaley, upon
Edisto Island, containing f'ur hundred acres,of.
which three hundred are fine cotton laud. SBJS
terms, ko , apply as above. t> February 1(T
STEN CIL M AN?FACTORT
E. H. ;RODOERS
MANUFACTUREE AND WHOLESALET?EAL?B IH
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
BRASS ARD GKKMAI? SILVER KEY?
KINGS, CHAINS, dee.
BY TBE GALLON OB BARBEL.
HILL'? PATENT HAND STAMPS
ri EAL PRESSES
BRANDING IRONS, &c.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
CH ABLES TON, S. G.
t?f Oatt nd ernmSw^ specimens.
Januaryie - - Cj^