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THE DAILY MEWS.
? ?U-LAUO?ST CIKCULAT:ON.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OiFKLvLLa
RKfOGNIZED A> HAYING TUE LARGEST CIR
ORATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LESTERS REM MN
INO IN THE POSTOFl'TCE AT TB K END Or
EACH WEEK. -ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
IONS OF THE NEW PCSIOFFICE LAW
THE DAILY ?SLWTS viii bo sorved to subscri?
bers ia the ci:y at ors DOLLAIIS a year in advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, payab'o to thc carriers.
AUCTION SALZS THIS DAY.
WILLIAM ?JCSAS will seil at 10 o'clock, nt his
salesroom, Meeting- trcct. pertain rv, s:a'ionerv,&c.
MILES CEASE will Srll at 10 o'o'ock, in his store,
corner Eiag ana jjibcrty sweets, boots, shoes and
MEETINGS THIS D.tr.
Marion Lodso at 7 P. il.
Zeru bab.l I litipter a' iialt-past 7 P. M.
Hopofiro Ccmpany, at half-pas'. 7 P. M.
THE DALLY *;EW3 PMCR CLBBEN-T ASD COM
MBECIAL dSCULAX will be ready f.-r delivery at our
count.rg room :.t nine o'clcck .his momia?. Singlo
copies five cents. Orders lor ten copies andover
wiUbo flied at the .rute of two and a haif cents per
THE BOAED OF OOXTKOL of tho Widows'
Homo most erat, tul y aekuoivledgc th" following re?
ceipt: Ton b gs of potatoes rona p'anter on tdis
to; throe bags po a: 03 ? from a friend; a large doca
tipn of turnip< from a yonnj farmer; five gallons of
Kblnsees fro n a ??cntiem'tn o.i tho B..y; ;wo oag^ of
potatoes lrom Mr. A tiger; grist trom a planter in Sb
John's; srist Lom a philter in Barnwell. Dona?
tions of auy kind, provisions, vegotaides, &c., wiB
be most thank u ly receiv. d.
ABT TN CHAT.I.TSTON*. -We would call atten?
tion to the card of Mr. Thomas Wightman, ia our
eokunus ibis jaommg. Mr. Wightman is a nativo
artist of rare larrit, whoso worts p.cvious to ?hewar
adorned the OwelUags of number? thro ighbut the
South, Ho propo:;ts to pvint pictures from iii.-or
to reproduce and restore in an o ;duriug rnanuerthc
lineaments of canch loved members of tho family
circle, who-ci ,r;.is LU mi-re remain to gladden thc
eye and heart. A visit tobi- studio will well repay
ARIUVAL CF THC BALTIMORE STEAMEE.-T'ne
otean..,::.;i Maryland, J. V Johns' n Commander, ar?
rived early yesterday morning, load'd to her uiniost
capacity, under c. ; We'll as o:i deck Thoso steanern
are plying regularly every ..five days," Irnan,; a
rapid au! frequent means td communication with
oar growing neiqiibor, Hal imore, and also ace- rn
modatin? a lar.'c number o>? Philadelphia shippers,
who uso thia line on account of its certainty.
Tho "Maryland" sa.ls on Saturday afternoon.
Shirpcrsia the inferiorwilluoto Iboaccom i:odation
by this rou'e, wnicU bas earned tho tide of "fist
A T?BFENTINE GrnxtE.-Toe common me?
thod of obtaining crude turpentine by boxing thc
pines is fatal to the tues, and extensive forc.-ts are
destroyed in a lew >ears by ibis process. Mr. A.
Pud'gon, of this city, bas invented a gutter which,
avoiding the necessity ot boxing. pie-ervei the trees
and toop the turpentine clean and wbito. Thisgui
tcf^OEctsts ot two iicced ot tin, aloa: ci ht inches
long ann. an loeb and a ti alf wide, wblcb are insert?
ed into the tree e 'ge vays in such a manner thit
they form tho figure V. Under ?hi? point of tho gut?
ter is placed un on::hctiWjre cup. into which tho
crudo turpentine d. ipa. 'J Lis invention i- fast com
lng into general use, i ne bouse alone in ihi- city
having recoived orders or 25 -.000.
ANOTHER OLD MEECL'A.NT GONE. -The obse?
quies of Air. Frederics: Fanning too!; placa ycstciday
afternoon at tha (.?Ic'Je-stri <>t Fro.-iiy'crian OtuacL.
In tho death of this very estimable gentleman, an
other ot the "l t lncivhams of Ch-'tLston bas been
called fr m his earthly la ors. Mr. Fanning WBR
prominently connccrd with the mercantile inter?
ests of the city for a nuoiber of years before tl e war,
and ivas thc head o; one of th" largest bat houses in
Hayne-streot. He was nit engaged ni conatnerciul
purs ills at the tim i cf bis death, having retired
tcoiz the activa adira of lue some years aro. Mr.
Fanning ?as a* man ot very genial manners and a
gene'al favorite, and ho leaves behiud nim as a l.ga
cy to his family u stainless loputa, ion and a worthy
THE STABAT MATEE.-St. Mary's Church was
wellfillol lastev.ning with a highly a ipTociitivoau?
dience, who seamed richly compensated by thc ele?
gant music. Th0 manner in which this grand com?
position was pro inc jd last cv?ning was surprising
to mmy who know tho great d.ffiaukie* in harmoni?
zing tbs voices pro; ont, aid bringing them wit Lin
that nice cont rd so necessary in thc rendition of
the classic mi^tcrplcco The performance of all
who took part m tho p o grain'ne was so excellent
taatj^is almost icapo^ib e to particu'ariza, but it
can bs said with candar that the inflammatus, the
ca*atine and the duo were rendered wi. h a grace th .t
made thom peculiarly striking. Airs. Barb at is en?
titled to DO little praise Tor her great sucecss last
evening, and tboso who oDj'oyid tiae musical feast
appreciated hor ?tions.
THE WHITE FAWM.-This groat spectacular
drama whloa was exhibited lu New York for hunt
dreds o: nights ia succession to ?inmenso audiences,
and which has c cited a tremendous sensation
taro ia.-h J ut tho country, was performed in Charles?
ton for thc first time 1 ist evening. In rarity of ces
tame, migniQconce ol scenery and gorjeousnc-s cf
decoration, thc Walla Fawn far surpas-os any theat?
rical exhibition cror sefore witaesed in Charleston.
It it performod by the original company withal! tho
original scenery brought hore aud put up ut an im?
mense expense, and Ibo splondid and sueeei-isful
result rvflocts tba groalcs; credit on tho enterprise
of Manager Templeton. Notwithstanding ibo other
attractions in tbo city last night tuc theatro was
crowded to overflowing, every scat being tagon, and
the aisle? jammed with p;opie standing UP.
AFFAIBS LNt Oit-iNO-JCKG.-Oar correspon?
dent "Qnelquclois" writes us from Orsngcbnrg
under dato of ?ho ISth instant: ..The ladies of oar
town ure indefatigable in lending their aid to every
good work. Last night they opcued i supp.-: room,
whore every dainty and substantial was spreid to
provoke tho most sluggish uppctiti; and. do-pr.e the
blustering night, a goodly attend mao was present.
Had tho weather bioa i^oro fivoraMe, tho spacious
room would have b cn taro: gc I. The object ol" the
suppejt was to raise lundi io as-ist thc Methodist
Church, wb'cli doaomiualion is now under the
ohvge of tie Rev. Mr. t'ri?p, a Kruger, but one
whoso zaal and piety must advance the great wore
entiusted to bis care. Since the resignation o? 4.
F. Dickson from inc Presbyterian Church to Uko
the charge of a church in Now Orleans, there bas
been no resrular service in that ch nr. li; but it is
hoped that tho venerable* ana beloved Bev. E.
Palmer wdi accept the call which has boen extended
to him and com : anio g us. His acceptance will be
haded with gre.uu-ie. and his miaistrations regarded
a peculiar privilege "
CLUBS AND STAB s.-Tho lbllomug cases
were hcarJ this morniug at tho Msyor's Courl:
Wm. Wright, co.ore?, a las Henry Horace, alias
jotaes Dosen arrested by Sergeant Nelsen on sw
pinion of eieal.ng a mule. Bichara Pillean, col cr
ed, arrested by same cfnror. aa accessory to tho
thoit Priolean roicase I, and Wright held for ex
Samuel Peterson, ro'ored, arrested by same ofiWr
for being crui.B and disorderly and K atmg his wile
in Rodger's Alley. ? inod $5.
Pat i k Brod.riik, white, reported fer obslruciing
she gangway on Aigcr's Wharf with hi" di ay. and
would not mov. when told to do so by policeman
Gorey. Held over.
George Henry Bal en. colored, arrost"d for tree
pesons on Mr. 6amuel HughcV premises, No. 3
Goo -go-street. Turned over to dotoclives.
She following wU ba np to-day:
A hSgsheal pirkcd np when dropped by a thief on
the etreet; the o ivner ?an get h Trom Ibo guardhouse.
a Vexer and a. leon, white, arrestad for raising a
rev bathe market
REPO?TEBS' CKU?IB3.-ArnonT thc retorna fer
personal property tax is ofae ol' balf a million dol?
Dr. P. M. Cohen i". reiucving his sloe!: to L.
Drucker's old stand.
Tho Uroad-stre.'t brokers want to sec thc veloci?
Thc Turnverciua give a masquerade bal! on the
2id inst., at their hill. Kin--street.
Tho famous yacht Henrie t a will scon yri'Cc our
ibo furniture carts that rendezvous at thc coiner
of Pasel ?.nd Kin'j streets are ecru loin.d of as a
Citv stock was so'? ye.-terdiy at 57)^.
A dis. atch received in this city.yesterday after?
noon, misquoting gold, caused c nsidcrable stir
among thc hulls ami bears ot Broad-street.
The musically inclined -will recollect that the tra!
of the 'great" organ at.-t Phfiin's ta:;csplace to?
night. Some good performers w ill bc present.
The Loyal Leaguers ccu'eioplatc a conven ion.
THE UNITED Sr.\T::s COCUT February 18
HON. GEORGE Br.rax, PE:-sunco-The court
resumed tho consideration 01 the iasc of suudry
libel*t-gainU the Oraticrhot. Messrs. McCrjdv and
C. liner concluded th Ar ar-umr. ts. Mr. iirowu
will ic hoard to-day. The Junco approved of I he
appointment of J. A. c'cBae assignee tor J. H. Leo,
C. D. Easterlicg; ?V. il. Dagood f r ll. Vt. Baker;
W. AV. Loman tor L'. S. bollinger; John H. La?
fitte. Jr. far J. S. Brooker ; Vt. D. ilatbewa ter W.
D. E:stcr iug; hobt. Minnie for U. D. Evans; Geo.
M. Owens for E. M. Lizey; Vf. T. lUchardson for
B. F. Feeplr-s; A. E. f-hrmons for Chas Bay; L W.
Walker lor L. W. William?. The repo tof Registrar
Carpeutet on the i etition ot Louis McLain to nego?
tiate for thc rale cf sev rai clas-es of property was
confirmed, and the a sigucewas ordered to convey
forthwith to tho pureba: cr ho contingent life iu
tercst and summer hotue in Centreville d. scribed
in petition. The peiitton cf F. Cordes to have
tho IULCIS of Tbco Coro'cs a signed in payment of
lion, was tavcribly n purled on by Bt-idslrar Car
peuter, and thc as iguee was ordered to sell and
couvey tho land to tho petitioner in payment ot lien.
Tho petition cf Courtrey, Ti nnent k t o. '. esta -
IL^U li .itu the case cf Ag Killy wasriporUd on
by the Itegistrar, and th.- rer.ort corflrmed, ic.
final bealing in the case cf Thos. Mo"on..el was
ordered lor tho litlh day of Match, and the poli lou
rofcired to Eegistrar Carpenter.
THE STATE COCUT-II OK. E. 13. CART-ENTER.
PpEjvinrao-?HUCSBAT, February 18, 1869.-Ibo
court resumed thc hearing of the eise of (he State
fi. Solomon Sappy. Thia was au lii.hctment f >r
'arceny vf lead pipes f;om a hou.-e. W. J. Wualcy,
Esq, for Gae defence, eoutcuded thu the j i pc, being
part and pa rel of the real estate, could ?ol bo thc
subject of larctny, unless Ihc severance from (he
realty bo proved by thc State, and alter the argu?
ment the Judge sti.-uiined the point. A nol i ro-.
ivas enierol by Attoruey-'-'Cne al chamberlain, and
the prisoner was remanded lo answer forth, r in lict
mocts. The case of tho State va. Mike John-ou,
Dave Johnson, Puter Jolicson, Jim Callo ?a; and
Poter guider, next came up for triaL A. T. Smythe
iud B. G. Chisolm, Esq?., appeared for thc doicnce.
fhe cirrauistaucca counocted trllh th's ca.-c arc
iiriifly these: On thc 13th of October last, tho nig?t
express train, oa its way to the city, wa t stooped by
i quantity of grease which bad b cu applied to the
a-ack, and whilo ;-o delayed several of the ears were
robbed of their contents Alter au investigation the
ruspioion p.;iutcd to thc d?tendants above u..m-d,
vho wo'C aecjrdingly Indicted for the triple offene
>f malicious trespass, larceny and obstructing a rail
ray train, i he court was engaged durin.r the eulire
lesaiou in hearing tho testimony und argument In
he case, atid at a lato hour thc jury returned a vcr
Bet of "Gui.ty" . s to Peter abulor; "Not gully " as
o the others.
HOTEL AEIUVALS, February IS.-Charleston
Motif.-J E Emtneraou. Florida; D Bi-lcy. Dr L C
Jase!!, Dr Elliott and sorvaut, Gcorgrtuwn, SO; H
:haus>art. No i Yo. k; Miss E A Fraser, South Caro
ina; J C Gillott, C Larrey, Au?u-;ta; Vf B .--haw, city;
? Solo non, Coum'o'a; C ll Mut, tVilmiugtoa; J
igerm.m, New Yo k; J W Waite, it L iais; E W Hil?
ts, t'luca^'o; James Jolmso-i, BaMuiorc; Georje T
'.^.JiSOM, A agu-ta; T V Otlror, O r Tuerca.., 3 rt
lounl. New York; JWSuiyser, Aiken; It I* Jones,
tobiusou's circus; W Mirshall, New York; George
lubbcll, Cincinnati; F W Ja .??ot. aud ?iib. Elorl
la;-Lumnus -Miss E O'Bn n, ?liss F Lumuus,
? C Cornai!, J Bairound, New York; E J Florence,
?hiladelphia; f C Leary, >'c.v York; S lt Smith, Bal
imore; W M ?den. Pennsylvania; Q S Wilson, D C
tadmon and laJy. Fioriaa; FL Burr, Samuel Mat?
in, Hartford; J M Stonr\ New York; A T skinner,
Jiss Burr. Fred. Barr, JW Lippitt, Norih Carolina;
Y M 1J rd and wife, Savannah.
Pafliii'un Hold.-W E Fripp, J E Fripp, John'* Isl?
and; BJ A Phillip?, Cooper Bl vft; H W Luckcr, J
0 Brown, South oaroliua; S Dibble, Oratueburg; G
Lunninu*, J G McCall, Darlington; J F Wotim, North
Jarolina; B F Utulman and lady. M'lic Drian, Mons.
Drian, Lau-a Bell. M'tle Le omte, M'lio DeVerle,
?vate LesUe, Alice Vauo, Isabel Vane, Mrs Charles
Henri, Jno Temp'.elou, H J Sargent, Charles Web?
ster, E S berger. E Craaier, J Harper, Mrs Jeri bee,
Mrs Harvey, Mr and Mrs Hartce, "White Fawn
EBAL ESTATE SALES.-The fol'owine; sales of
real estate were made by Leitch 4: Bruns yesterday:
Two story woodfn house on lor thirty by one hun
Ired and devon feet, No. 1D7 Comicg-strcct, for
Two stor/ wooden hou-c on lot tbirty-threo by
alghty-five feet, No. 19 U?gard-strect, lor$7C.
Two s ory wooden house on lot thirty-three by
eb? '.y-flve :eet. No. 21 Bcgard-slrtot, lor $700.
Lot thirt3'-r?.vcn by one hundred and twenty-six
feet, ou Laure?-s rcet, foi S275.
Lot thirty-sevtu t y oue hundred aud twenty feet,
on Laurel street, for $250. *
Lot tixty by one hundred and tw?uly feet, on Lau
reSstrtet, for S9.0.
Lot lorty by one hundred feet, corner of Percy aud
Sprint: sUceis, tor S-175.
Lot one bund, cd by oec hundred feet, with small
uhautcy, in Percy-street, for ?700-all cash.
Lot twenty-seven by ono hundn d and six icct_
with b'.til Jiu s thereon. W< st side of King-street, jtiat
south of the beutl. lor i8'0J.
Lot of land, iw.n'y-s ven by two hundred and
twenty-ihreo 'cet, nonh ti?!; of Queen near Meeting
Etrcct; al o. S"?t ol land, thiriy-tne by eevouty-cight
feet, near tL- abovo, both for ?2?C3.
Lot of land, thirty-three by uni- hundred and three
feet, ?Uh build or-, on tho we t sine o! Wall- trect,
for $13iiC-one-third cash; balance in one and two
The Pavilion anti Charle1 ton Hotel Stables 1 eve
b en coasolidated iu Pi-cl;u y-3'ieet, and are under
M. 1'. Pickett, supcin to ident
B F. Whitman, tho m trop~?i?:i manager, ar.d
ladv, arrived in tho city yestotday, aud are at the
"Pavilion." He will direttt thc great rpeetacular
drama at the Dibcruion.
DEALEBS, hotel-krepers and others desiring
a prime art'ele of whskcy at a low i atp, are referred
to the advertisement of Meisrs. Byrne & Fojariic.
ALL THE CTJSTOMIIOUSE CLANKS, including
the Warehous3 Entries, Indollibia Peucils, Fine
French Note Paper and Envelopes in c-iso?, luitiltbl
stampei on paper, at COD lt TES A Y'S
Blanfc Book Manufactory,
February 18 2 No. 9 Croad-strcet.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES, uew and sccon-l-hand.
Plougbar.d Team Hatn^ss Harnea if fifty cents a
pair, and Collars tor Horses sud .Mules, foi ?ile low
by "r". F. Chapeau, Meet ng s;reet, Uczt to Mills
Houso. " :mw lebruaryl2
OF BAVK OF THE>TAT BILLS. SIGNED BY
NILES G. PAKE EB t.to treasurer, waalec'.
ANDItl-W U il Jit . L . ND.
February IC Broker. No 8 B.oad-street.
BIL5S! BANK BliA.81
ALL KINDS BOCGHT KY
ANDKEW M MORELAND,
February 16 ('rotor, t o. 8 Broad-street.
MTATESTOCK I 8T>TE 8T?CM !
^TAIE OF SOOtB CAKCL'.NA f-TOCK WANTED.
O ANDREW il. MOltfeL-ND,
February 16 Brok or, No. 8 Bxoad-srjeet,
W I G ii T i?I A N .
A Ii T I S T.
Booms Southwest corner of SING- und LIBERTY
STREETS, over Osborne's Gallery.
PORTRAITS PAINTED; FROM LIFE
T H 0 T O G It A P H.
Old Paintings eic ned and restored on most
REASONABLE TERMS, tmwlmo February 10
KT li A Ii L li K Y ,
Ko. 30-1 FesuasyLrmnia Avenue,
BETWEEN NISTE AND TESTE PTlEEl?,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Printings, French, German and American Obre?
mos, Engravings, Photographs, Stereoscopes, stereo?
scopic Views. Parlor Brackets, 'cc.
And a full a s wimont of best quai.'*v
BLACE WALNUT AND GILT, OVAL ANO .-QUAKE
PIC i URE FRAMES
CO S STA STE Y OX EAK>.
frames ol any size or quality made to order.
A. V. S. SMITH, Fropriotor.
Refers to Hon. A. G. MAO-ATH and Hon. J. B.
CAIIPDELL. February 17
tl tu A T A T T it A C T I ? N
QULNBY'S & C0.T8 PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINK ART GALLE HY.
NOW ON EXHIBI I ION 'III ' LARGEST AND
finest Collection of CUROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in Charleston. They :;re perfect oopies of cel?
ebrated Work* of Art. both ancient ind modern.
Amone tho eollcviion may oe. found SALVA'I OR
RuSA'S Ht AD OFCHRlSi, Crooggo'* Magdalene.
A. Delacroix's Tide Going (Jut, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming In, ' Tiler's Venice, .'ackson'* English
Scenery, Rowbottom'* Mi : ?sh Scenery. Baxter's
English and Ir:; h Sccnorv. vic#8 on the libiue, 'the
Jungfiaud, 'abo Welterbnm. Marine Views, and
'incpublic are respectfully invited to tall aud tee
IbesQ beautiful Works ol Ari. They are offeroJ tor
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction m the pren PORCELAIN PIC
X UBl.s. Recent improvements u producing thc*o
picluns enable UK to now oiler tho at nearly one
half tin-former prices, and la: sope. or. Cal! oin)
OUT. CARTES DE VIST/IE AND OTHER
I'LAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-ye:ial attention given t-i "lilldren. Also to copv.
?I9 old Daguerreotypes .-.rd otherpielnrcs. S?tira.'
lion in nil cases ouaruntced, and at prices to corres?
pond with ibo times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At I ted aced Price?.
A fino collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OP TUE MOUX
J ALNS IN NORi H CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These aro the first and only Photographs ever taken
in that loi'ali.y.
H U I M It Y ?v ?J o..
No. 2G1 EIXG-STRKET.
CHARLES ION, S. C.
Fel>ruary 15 IC
Shirts QU? /arnisljinjj OOO???
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY IXCLUBIVfi
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLE MEN'S PCRN1SHING STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING SIORE
IN CHARL STUN, S. C.,
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IN CHART ES I ON, S. C.,
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
HAS RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
THE CE LERRA J ED
S T A R
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Which aro < ffercd for sale at tho LOWEST CASH
Meeting-street, opposite the Market Hall.
February 9 Cmos
HOES! HOES! l??I?S!
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
-Brig Agra, and Steamship Golden Horn,
BRIDES' CROWN HOES
ELWELLS HO KS
EL WELL'S SOCKET SPADES
S . EEL CORN MILLS
PADLOCKS EN SE I'S, WI l il .MASTER KEYS
CARRON WARR. &o.
With a se?era! ns o tan -ntol -?mo-iciu Hardware
and Ploughs, widen 1 ollar lo.v loi ca.-h.
C. P. FOPPKNHKISI,
No 417 KING-STREET,
Tebiuary 1 Imo* DAC Sign on the Pavement
HART Sc CO-,
COHN UK KING AND .HAUKE f STS.,
CHARLESTOS, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardware.
ENGLISH AND.SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLOJGH AND NAYLOR'd CAST S 1'EEL.
Consisting t POTS, OVFNs, SPUDi.BS ^r.d SXJ.TU
CIRCULARS CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCE-o AND BOLTING CLOTH
AK? A VAUT ITT OJ
AG Ii ICC LT CU AL I .?II? 1, S U h IBTS. .
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A TAR'STY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. 8.-Descriptive Catalogues tan bo bad on ap
i pl les don. tm w^mcs DM November ?1
(?l0ti)tng an) /urntsljing t?oote.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
IS OBDER TO DISPOSE OF THE BALANCE OF
FALL AND WINTER
So as to malic room for our
SPRIN3 AND ?UtVIMER SUPPLIES
Which wc expect thc lal ter p:rt of this month, we
havo reduced the prices of our Goods
?: KC \ ;: UL ->s TO COST OF .71 A*. US'AC
TU?JXG THE BASEE.
1 lumkins lho public for their very libera! patron?
age, we booc by our fair dealing to merit a contin?
uance of thc samo. Wi espec.fully invite one and
all to call and see for themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.?
RETAIL PEI'AftTalENT No. 303 EINQ-ST.,
Next to Cowperthwatfa Furnituro atoro,
WHOLES AL:-; DEPARTMENT, ?|
No. 137 Ulcctl; g-strccL
February 2 Imo Or>poiito Charleston Hotel.
Sri) feta, &.
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
IPnOf'E.?ALB AMD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
COMER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
YJ7 E BEG'if ?INFO? M 1HE LADIES AND OUR
VV Customers iu genera), ibat wu bevis lust re?
ceived (in addil'on to our usaal stock of Do.Wi->'llc
and FANCY tiO-i Si, a new HIPPO? suitable it-r (he
CLOAKS, KUY GOOD*. POPLINS, Ac, ot reduced
H' aw Btlmor.tl Skirts atil 12
Very eboto? article Black .-ilk SI 80, worth S2 CO
Ladies' bbper Merino Vests oujy Si
A lol ot hue l iauo Covers which will be poid les.?
150 dozen tJ.lOP sEli:1S, 50 to fc)e.
A lot ol Photograph Albums. 7."> ceuts
?ttenb ?mer's ccloorated French CORSET, 51 On
A ni 1 aud e..i:ipli-to assortment of Gc. man and Bug
?lib UOSIi.RY.fr.jm up
A flue a-sortiucn: o. La-he?' am', i hildren's Silk. Uer
hu clo.h aud Liclc GLOVli?, elegant designs.
A good selection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS. QUILTS
TALLE DAMASKS, &c.,
At tho lowest figures.
We would also potify our patrons that W'- have ar?
ranged i separate department iu pur More exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
43- ENTRANCE OS CALUODN-SIREET.
POUCH GOTT ?lc CtlOS.,
No. 4.77 EING-MHEET.
December 14 3m a
MILLS & GIBB,
No. 412 Broadway, New York.
INVITE TUE ATTENTION OE SOUTHERN Milli
CHANTS to luci.- splendid stock of
LACES ANS LACE GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
?" NAPKINS, &c., ?c.
All imported direct from tho Manufacturers,
and offered to thc trado at thc LOWEST
PRICES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
January 19 DAC Imo
^Hillmen) Ooobs, detr.
g P ll I N G IMPORTATION
18 6 9.
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CAT0R & CO.,
Nos. 237 AND 239 BALTIMOKE-STHEET,
BA LTIMOIt K,
ntPonTEus AND JJBBEBS or
BONNI T AND TRIM MIN H RIBBONS
VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS
BONNET l RAPES. SILKS AND SATINS
ILLUSIONS. BLONDS. LAUES, RUCHES,
NETS AND VELVETS
FRENCH FLOW EUS AND FEATHERS
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES HATS
trimmed and untrimmed
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER ?1O0DS.
3be ia- go it stock o: Mlillniry Goodj lu thiacouti
try, and umquJ'eal in chm rr variety, which wo of?
fer at pilers tbat will doiy compc'ition,
Fcruary 15 Ca
Rigors, Eabtiffi), &f.
]3 SALAS. AGFNT FOR TUE CHARLESTON
A>? 1'ranch ol tho ll arana .-cgar Fa?torv, ?L?
Valen rina." would rcapc.i ftdlv InvH ; th? atlcntiur
of dealers and smokers to los very arito stock ot
HAVANA AND DOM?M IC .-EGAES. ol . ll grades
and sizes, exrellfd bv f?W iu this country, ano war?
ranted to bo as represented.
sample boxes scut to the country tmd order* ex?
ecuted hy Express, C O. D., or '.W days' ci.y accep?
Ao. Iis RAST BW-STUKl?T,
CHAllLESTON, s. C.
August 21 mwfOmo
J ?. Il V 31 P lt a K V s,
ERO KER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OP REAL lsl.-.'lE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE
coiariBs AND PERUSAL PKOPKRTY
Ao. 27 BHVA If-9 SUBKT,
CHAiiLHS'TON, .,. c.
Hon. BESSY BIWST, Vr. J. MAGRATH. Ena..,
General JAUES CONN-U, t. U. ff AUING, Esc,
\ y ?LLlSi ?i i UlSUhSL,
FACTORS, OOM JILTS SION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE ?'UE??ASH, SALE ANl
St?lPTJENT (to Foreign ?tad Domestic Portai ot
HOXTON. EIBE, LOIB&BR AND NAVAL S TO ?Eb
ATLAdaflo ff HA RF, Ohaslcflton, rt. O.
?.WtLl 12....&? R. CHJSOLH.
jfioci)inernf (Eastings, (Etc.
PHON1X IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TA\LOR&:C0.5
C A lil K RUN & CO..
Engineers, Eoiierniakers, &c.
Nos. 4, C mid S PRITCIIARD-STREEl,
(NEAB THU D2.Y DOCK).
Charleston, S. C.
STEAMENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
. STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, ' PULLEYS A N D GEARING,
LRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
TVo guarautoe io furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as ("JO.I quality anti power, und a tan low rates as
can bc bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Asheroft's Low? water detect?r.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE PROM LOW WATER IN
REPA J RV PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 nae_s^Jrcoa
V lt O .11 1 TO 300
hors'! power, including thc
co ebr.iti d Cordas ent-ufj
?i'giu s, :-li?o Vulve Sta?
tionary 1-nuines, Portaolc
K?hnes, kc ?Iso. Glrcti
lar M olav and Cnng saw
Mils, Misar Cane AI Ills,
?hilling. Putlrvs. io.. L ih
md -biuplo Mills, Wheat
and Cora Mills Clrcu'ar
?ws, Belting, &o. scud
?o'' descrpUve Ciroularand
W.iOO A: MA'?N STEAM ENGTNK CO.,
Fcbruiryl8 Omos TJi lea. Kew York.
LE?TMR AND MBBER
Hirds and Bnrs *
Edt Hooks, &c,
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
NO. 303 K AST BAT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jannary G 3mo
JOHN C. Itt 1 ti O T T ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1 CO UR THO USE SQUARE.
J Olia D . A L JE X A N O K K ,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AOENT.
No. Iii Itioad-Strect.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
JDSTING ACCOUNTS of Mcrchauts and others,
und in WRITING OP AND PO-TING their BOOKS,
either in ??rt or wholo fcc. January !>
Y H. THElflUbn,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
cn.MLLE: TOS, s. e.,
MINER, SHLPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bono Phosphate.
Jarunry ll 3mnn
R0OM3 AT HIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOLTETY STREETS.
November 20 fmwGmos
O IP JP 1 C IS No. 2 7 5 KING,
Jannary 27 3mo
jT_?OL..UK.S ii MACBiSTH,
No. 3G Hfuad-sti'cct,
Cbatlesion. >. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATK
GENERA L C O 31 i?l : S S 10 N A GENTS.
Will atltend to Eoatiu; and collecting of Wonts
and purohiM) und sao of S toe its, Bonds, Gold,
Silver und Ruai Ln.a'c.
To thc Puroh/'.po of Goods nod Supplies for par'ics
in tho couutry upon reason .b'o tenn3.
GFOHOE U liOX.MES.YJ.EX.VKDEB MACBETH.
Janu rv I J?r
STEiXei L M ^FACTORY
E. H. KOD&ERS
MANUFACrUREB AND WHO 1.1 SA LE DEALER IN
STENDAL ST?3K AM3 DIES,
STEEL LETTERS A.*;D STAMPS
CHUCKS AND I AGS
BUiSS AND GK II PIAN SlltVJCft KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, eve.
T&jLj3.J?.TTSTGr x INT IE S
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
HJXA.'S JP ATK NT HA NU STAMPS
S IC AL. PUESSES
BRANDING IRONS, &e.
No. 129 EAST BAY-ST?E?T,
CH &RLESiX)N, S. 0.
XG?- Call and oxomiso specimens.
January IS Soi os
B'-io'i, Simes and Hats.
BY HIL! K DBAKE.
THIS MORNING, at IO o'o'ock, I win sell at njy
Store, corner of King and i lbortv ?ircets,
SEVENTY CASE BOOTS AND r-HOES,
Cases Wen'? Ca fand Kip BOOTS
Cas>'3 Men's dlr and Kip Brogans
Cases Mer's Calf and Hip Halinor als
Ca'en Men's ralf Congress
Cases L?'lies' ser^e Congress
Cases Womon's Go it and Buff Bootees-3 by
7, f> ! y 9 and 6 by U.
A large assortment of Ladies', Misses and ChB
dren's SHOES in canoona.
THieT? CASES (180 dozen) MEN'S AND BOY'S
Black, Bmwn and Nuir a, .. LPINE, Italian, Young
Amrrira. and a variety of other styles.
0*DER DKC1IKE IN KQ,UITY.
John Carsten ct al, vs. Joel fi. Sloan, et al.
BY A. C. McGILLiTilAT,
On FRIDAY, thc 12th day of March A. D. 1869. nt
ll o'clock. A. M., ?ill be sold in iront of the Old
Cuaicmhousc. in Charleston,
All that 1.0 r OF LAND with the Buildings and
improvements thrreon, situate on the south side of
Ann ^reet near Ehzabeih-strcet. measuring and
contiiniug it. fro rt on Ann-strcc' 3C I et. and in
dop h ou can and west lin-a 230 tcet. Butting and
bounding norib on Ann-sire et east < n lands of_
Biamyer, sou h on lund ol Giubc-, and west on lands
of C. M. Carsten.
Terms-Half cash ; ba'ance on a credit of ono
year, seemed Hy oond bcirirg inter?s:, at seven per
cent, per annum, from date, and a mart a :c of the
promises. K. W. M. al ACE MY,
February 19 1 m3 fl Sheriff C. C.
Bankrupt Sale of Stock Goods by Order of
BY .A. H. /.SSJIA3IAMS & SiiN.
On MONDAY, thc 22d, at baU-nart in o'clock, will
sell bv order of tho AuRig'iee, on account A.
Boruch and Gustavus Hoff nairn,
rn assorted s ; OOK UF Di. Y GOODS. SHOKS, ic.
Conditions cash. 3 February 18
IN i Q,C1TV-Ii lilt SH AW.
Twenty four Valuable Farms f>r sale. J.D.
Kirkpatrick, administrator, vs. Jas. Chesnut
Before the Ccurlhouse in Camden, on the first MON?
DAY in March next, wl.l be sold,
SIX THOUS ANO FOUK HUNDRED ACRES OP
LAND, belonging lo tho Estate of John CLesnut, de.
Tho salo of this largo tract, situated in tho imme?
diate, vicinity of i'anulen, cud to to di*tn cd O' in
small and convenient puccis, offers a dna opportu?
nity to ail persons who dc -art. to purchase cotton and
.ji'imrj->o much cash as will pay costs of pro?
ceedings and ezpinscs ot s ie; hillanco on u credit of
u. c. two and three years, wita interest payable an?
nually, secured by bond, gool Bt curiiha and mort?
gage of pr milieu sold. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers, ri cording and revonuu stamps.
colo i ol ?V. M >HANNON will tarnish aUiaaforma
Uon concerning said Lnds to any por<on anplying.
J. D. DUNLAP, fpeeM Receiver.
Comd. n. s. c., February 15,1809.
Feb.uary 17 wl4
?SACK^ (TWO BrNHF.L-5 E?CHl PRINCE FD
WABD I-LxND OA i>, welching SO pounds net
each tack, aud for sale by
Ko. 353 E'ng-street,
Fobruary 19 2 Late D. Landreth ii Co.
PLANTING POTATO KN,
5-]f\ BARREL-: GENUINE PLANTING POTA
? ' \) TO S. assorted kinds, in primo order,
aud for sale low by
KINSMAN & ROWELL,
February 17_w>?_No 103 East Poy.
PEELER ?'OTTON SEED.
APM*LL CONSIGNMENT OF Tn:; ABOVE
SEI;? JuEt recciv. d from Nc ? Orloins.
For sale by SHACEfcLFOBD & KELLY,
No. 1 Bovce's Wharf.
f*7j" i bo Cotton ra'Rod (rom t'ds ?ecd commande
in tho Ne * Orleans marhei 9 to 12 c-utii per pound
abovo the turrcnt prii'O- obtained for tho common
varletic . _wlel_February 17
T~> RIOS PLANTERS.
WAGON LR & MATTHEWES' IMPROVE!
Just received by tbo subscribers, who aro agents foi
tbiii state of Ihrso practical a'id anccossful
THEY AHE ALSO AGENTS FOR
THE BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
LOMBARDS HAND BICE HULLER
BECKFORD & HUFFMAN'S GRAIN
DRILL-with Guano attachment
THE DOUBLE CYLINDER COTTON GIN
FOLSOM\S HAND-SOWING MACUINE3
ALLEN'S FI AND Pu WEB,
Which thoy offer at Manufacturer's prices, togolbei
with a larine assortment of Plough i ot alt Makers.
COLLINS' STEEL I'LOUGHS-ono and two
EP.INLY'S STEEL FLO?"GHS~-crio and twe
AMBS' PLOUGHS OF ALI. KHiUS,
And Agricultural Implements. UarJwarc, Bar Iron
Cutlery otid Guns.
J. E. ADGBK & CO.,
Ko. 130 MUETIXCr-STIlEKT AND Nb. C?
C II A ULKS T ? ? , S. C.
February tl wfmlmo
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DIS CASKS OP THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUET AKE r.ECOMMirrfDED BT TOE
HEGEM?N & co.,
AGENTS, NEW TQJ2K.
Mannfactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
0H2I?I9T AND APOTHECARY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
49*Pbr Sal? by Druggist* Everyichem.-^H
i'tb tu y io m wi lyr
?j^TOKTII, STIXELU ? W Vii DULL,
WHOLESALE DEALEHS Cf
STA TIONER T, P ERF OMER Y O UTL ER I
HOSIERY. FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITE GOODS, EMtBO'DEP.Y. iiri, 4c,
JNo. 1C7 HcctLn?-stroct,
OHJSISSION. S. C.
J. B. 8TF.ELE. O. O. NOB. U,
A. W. W \ RDELL, Ju. New York.
January 23 Imo
W;1I sell THr* TAT. Fridav, I9?i Instant, at 10
o'clock, at Ko. IOC MP t'ng-stroct,
A superior ?osonnent or COLOGNE, Pomade and'
Hair Oil. Wri?og X'apcr. Int, Bedspreads, Linen
Sheets. Furniture, Moves, Crockery, ko
'I erms cash._February 19
D?sirable Store, King-street, No. 343, Fifth
Door from Liberty.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BBITNS,
WiU be sold, on TU ESP AY. March ICth, at the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That desirab'o two aidrjr WO D N EUri-DIN"G,
known as No. 3 ?ti King-street, with larca sture capa?
ble of being extended one hundred L-et in length.
Hou.i . contains six good tooms, beanies kitchen.
Store at present measure? 6) loot in length. Lot
measure t 26 feet front, by 163 in depth, more or lesa.
1 erms-One-quarter cash ; balance in one, two and
tb reo years.
Tho property is a good investment, and can be
treated lo* at private sale at any time before tbe 16th
of March. fmth3mchl3.15 16 F.-brnar/ 15
Valuable Real Estate corner broad and
Church slzc'ts-to be sold at Risk of for?
mer Purchaser, h: having failed to comply
with terms of Sale.
WM. KcKAF, Auctioneer?
W:ll sell on TUESDAY, the 23d instant, at the Ole!
Poetofflce, Broad-street, at ll o'clock.
That D:.MUA ..'LE CO!. Kelt ST?BE, corner ot
Broad and Church streets
The TWO ADJOINING STORES on Broad-street,
measuring on Broad-stroet sixty-one (GI) feet, mora
or lt ss amt on chun h thi-ly-etcht <38| ioet more or
less, 'ibo above property to be -old o'ether.
Term4-"ne-third cash; balance in otieandtwo
years in equal annual insta menta tenured by bond
and mortgage, with interest from day of sale at
?fv?n per cent Pu ch;ser to pay Auctioneer fer
pipers and st-mns. February 16
House and Lot *?. 18 Barn*' Lane-to be
soldat Risk of former Purchaser, he having
failed to comply with terms of idle.
Will sell on TUESDAY. 93d instant at the Old Post
office, at ll o') lock,
That DESIRABLE TWO-AND-A-HALP STORY
DWt-.Ll.I^G and two eton Kit h n. Tot measares
twenty-five feet front by one hundred and nine feet
Terms-One-half ca?b; balance in one year, se ear?
ed by bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay Aw>
ti mc er for pupers and stumps. February 18
LAUGE SALE OP! UU'L ESTATE Iff
Will be sold on tho drat TUESDAY In March, by the
Administrators of William Berring, deceased,
First. A magulficcut F AMIL v MANMON, toar- ?
teen rooms with necees.rv c orets and outhouses*
situated on Peacbt ee-streel, in a first class netgh
berbo jd \a every respesL
Second. Seven CH Y LOT - within orelmndred
feet of tho statobouso and Fn>t Baptist Church,
four of which bave improvements on them; one of
the.-e has a good eight-room brick bouse finished
tbrongbout with closets.
?third. A?' ICE oTOR?H">U..E and EiUben,In
tho most desirable business oart of the city, on
whitehall-1 eet.fronting 27 fe:t on Whitehall-street,
and tunning bacs ono hundred sud nineteen toot,
with the right of an alley.
Fourth. Anexe lient FARM of 170acres on Paaoh
treeRcad. four miles from the cit?; fiftyaarescf
cotton land, with a goad peach orchard iud good
Fit';h. An rat?rent in WILD UND*; abjo Notes
and Accounts and stocks in forerai Macntactaring
Companies. Mr. Herring having been loog a resi?
dent ot A dan Ut, bc selected the mort desirable prop?
erty, both os to present au J prospective value; con?
st qucnlly every foot offereo is r>o. 1 in every in?
?J .-rms-One-third cish; tb? balnnco tn four and
eight months, with interest frcm day of sale.
3. W. Bria-;IN>.. "i
A. LEYDEN, J
February 13 nio 18
Jtartianffw1 Jprioute 3cles.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Broad-street, ?outh side, iltur
At Private F ale?
l? US I' CL* Sd eTEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Klee Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extendive a. KI Vdumble Munnf otortes, MIR Sites
and D. Ugh tl ul -ummer lie sldeuoea in varions
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BDILDTNG LOTS of all piaes, prises
and desert ptions in every part sf the etty.
January 25 m wi Sm*
JW?jSf ^emirate, ?'r
AY ER'S CH?ERY PECTORAL,
For Diseases of the Throat
and .Lungs, such as Coughs,
Cold *. vt hooping Cough,
bronchitis, Asthma and
PR OU ABLY NEVER BEFORE IN TBE WHOLE
history of medicino has anything wou so widely and
so deeply upon the confidence of mankind as
this excellent remedy for pulm?n-ry complaints.
Through a long sorios of years, and among most of
tbe races of men, it hos ristn higher sud hie her in
their o.-timation, a.* n has uecome better known. Its
uniform character and i ower to CUTA the varions af?
fections cf the lungs and throat, have made it known
as a reliable protector i gainst them. While acap'ed
to milder forms ot dise.se and toy mng ctiildroo, it
is at tho Birne time the most off. c tu al remedy that
can be given for incipient consumption, and the dan?
gerous affecti'ma of thc throat und lungs. As s pro?
vision a : al ti et suddon attacks of emu,), lt should bo
kept on band in every tamily, and indeed, as aU are
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all should
bo provided with this antidote for them.
Although bettlet CONSUMPTION ?B thought incura?
ble, still ft rea t numb- rs ot cases where the disease
seemed setae l hivo been completely cured, as?
the patii-nt restored to sound health by the Casuar
PEC rn RAL. bo complete is its mastery over tbe dis?
omen of Ibo Lumia and Throat, that tht most ob?
stinate of them yield to lt, Wu n notais* om could
reach t icm, under the CBSBBT PECTOBAS, they s?b?
anle and disappear.
t-INGERS At.n PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great nrctee
tion li oin it.
ASTHMA ia always relieved and often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by tnkt g the CHHB
BT PECTORAL ii. small and frequent doses.
So goeerally ere its viriu-s knowe that we need
not publish the ecrtttfeates ?if them here, or do mora
than assure thc public that its uiubiias are fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOE ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Arc ??o compos'd that disease within the ran :e of
th jir action csu r.i:cy with danu or evade thom.
Their peaei atina properties soweit, and clo .use,
and Invigorate every portion ot tue human, oraan
Irxn, com el lug ita diseased action, and redi-ring Ha
healthy vitalities. Aa a conseja nco o.ihe?epre?
pc Gus. tho iiiva.rJ who is IHIWOJ dowo with pain or
pby ie 1 debility is astouishoJ io il id bia hoiLh or
enemy restored by a rcuia.iy at o> co so airadle and
Not ouly dr? they euro tho every- lay oompUtatg
of everybody, but HLO many lonniuabieuud uang^r
ons dl?eo?o-*, i ho agent below nam d is leased to
fur.di.li gratis my Amor ern Ara LOO, containing
ortificntea nf their cured and directions io* their
use in thu tn,kern g comp amts : Costiveness,
Heartburn, ticulucuv ar?iug fon disorder of
M0ui.uk, Nan-ea. Indigestion. Pain in^nd Morbid
Ina J: i n of tho Cowes, i'hvulcnc , LOS?I of Appo?
int-, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low stale ot the bod/ or uba ruo IJB of
its funcdons. They aro an excellent attentive tor
the renovation of the bio id and th? res.oration of
lone and strength io ibo ?ynem debi Mated by di?
Dr. J. C. A Y ir. I i it CO.,
Sold at wholesale, by DOWIE & MOUE,
Charleston, S. C.. and by tteta? Dniggl-ns evezy
who'o. fm?-3mos nao De d' ber 25
ROS AD ALIS
PiiriL.es the Blood.
For ?ale hy ?r?sg?sts ?i? evy whore;
Jiily?11 DAO lji
flt Jr? o A4 Te. it a OK
TEAS, WINES, E HANDIES, Ac.,
And Doak rs tn
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM ?J. CORWIN fcCO.
?-G ^0*1 dalrrored to aU para oj uasOHy.j