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?kr* LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS P.EIN? TUK NEWSPAPER OEF1CIALLA
K?COGNIZED A3 HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OE CHARLESTON,
PULTJSHES THE LIST OE LETTERS REA! VIN
INO IN THE POSTOEEICE AT THE END Or
EACH WEES. ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW TC STOP J: ICE LAW.
THE DAILX NEWS will bo served to subscri?
ber!* ia thc city al six DOLLARS a year in advance, or
at rutUK CESTS a -week, payable to tho carriers.
XEETIXqS THIS DAT.
Stonewall Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
TEE JIABIXEE'S CTXDBCH.-There will bc
services in th( Mariner's Chareta, Church-street to?
me rrow, Sunday, at halt-past ten o'clock in tbo
morning, ami balf-pasl -bree c-'clocl: in the after?
EARLY SPKIXG NAVAL STOKES.-We notice
the receipt of foi rt ;ea barris new crop pal?*rosin,
in this market, .'ram ibo turpentine farm ia St
Thomas' Parish cf Messrs. J. A. Enslow & Co., and
made of the crude gathered thi3 s- a sou. Messrs. J.
A. E. <k Co. have sold this, the bret arrival cf the
season, at eight dollars per barrel. J. C. scbulcr is
the supervisor ol tho tarni and deserves much credit
for thc earliest production of naval stores this
THZ GEEAT OBOAX AT SX. PHILIP'S.-Tho
form?? trial of tb s fine instrument took p aco last
evening to the delight ot an exceedingly larre audi?
ence. It was successively manipulated by Profes?
sors Ruddock, Ecrkham, Ecko','O'Neill, Harrison,
and Mr. Trott, of cincicnatl, sen of our popular
postmaster. Thc test developed the fact that for
vaiiety of stops end resources for all purposes of
church music it ia unrivalled. 'J he vox humana is
natuial and uneled, whilst tbojgeueral harmony
is singularly perfect. IB vonot it is sweet, delicate j J
and full ot richness and powi'r, and it may be ?afely
said cf it that its const mel ion r flo ls additional
lustre on the skill and mechanical accomplishment
of Mr. John Eaker. tho builder.
JAKESBoRN?o:t*s Uiitcos.-Jt'inos Robinson
more familiarly known lo our older readers as "Liltlo
Jimmie." tho buy who performed such worn crlul
feats in this citv ahaui twenty year* ago. is now1 tho
proprietor of che best ein us in America. A magni
fleent rider himself, bc perforas sore.-of.tho most
difficult and astounding feats of h;-. show, and he
kaewshow to choose other good rerfornicrs and
make them do their duty. He has with him a little
son, who is as wonderful as his father was at bis age.
A fail list of the attractions of tho circus is given in
the advertisement m another column The first eK
bibition will take place on Monday niaht. and bet
ois should be bou.ht carly to avoid the crowd \vhich
will rush to seo what sort ot a man "Lillie Jimmie"
PORTAL-On tho 14th day of the twelfth
month, Adar (IV bruary 21), the Israelites -^lebrato
the festival of Purim .'a comm?moration of the de?
liverance of thc Jewish nation from destruction in
consequence of the vilo plots of Haman, the con
fidant of King Abasuerus, as may bc read in the
booVtof Esther, in the Old Testamcut It is lfot what
is strictly called a Mosai ? fca3t, but a Rabbinical fei
rival, a kind ot ha Meist day. From hms immemo?
rial it ba3 been celebrated by the Jews by domestic
joys at the tab c, by sond'ag vic tu ila and gifts to
kindred and friendJ, by giving ahn? to th? poor, aud
by the reading of tho book of Esther nt the syna?
gogue, and a special prayer of thanksgiving. Al An
issim. in church and at tho table. In later years
mutual visits in masks were added ta this prescribed
ceremonial of old.
THE WHITE FAWK.-There was another un?
usually largo audience at thc theatre hst night to
witness thc gorgeous spectacular drama, lhere
was miro smoothness in tte impersonations of
character and iinprovcmsnt in tho pictures pr-sen:
ed. Some ot thc scenery is rich, and must have
cost labor and thoughtiu its arrangement, and, when
tho size of the stigo and other embarrassments arc
considered, thc wonder U that Templeton has been
able to blina it out a- well as he bas. Thc ballet
dancing, especially by Diani. is a marvel of motion
and grace, and wa< loudly encored. 'I he Vano sis?
ters still hold'ho favor of the public, while Harri?
son, the in'mitablo, and his accomplished wife, ba-c
won a reputaiiou with us that their genuine merit
warrants, lo-day lhere will be a matinee at two
o'clock, wben tho "idmissirn will bc reduced to half
price, and thus afford an opportunit? to thone to at'
tend who cannot do BO at night.
CLOBS AND STABS.-The followincr cases were
disposed of yesterday at the Mayor's Court:
WUiam Davis, with manv aliases, colored, for
stealing vegetables, was sent to tho House ot Correc
ttwvSfor thirty Cays.
S. Toner and A.'Leon, white, arres led for disor?
derly conduct iu thc market; $5 each.
John Musgrove, white, found drrnk in Wil-on
street and carried to Guatdbouse on cart; dis?
John McLure, white, disorderly and tipsy in
theatre. Fined S5.
Wm. Johnson and Cyrus Frazier, colored, wero
sent to the Douse of Correction fer Ave days for im?
A brown dog, talon up going at large in King, near
Qaecn-strcot, wUl be killed if the owner docs not pay
$2 for license and SS lor penalty.
Martha Drayton, colored was arrested by Detective
Recd yesterday, and after tasting of the cell for soms
time, she told the whereabouts of a lot of sheets,
pillow-cas:s and crockery she had stolon from Dr.
King, Broad-3 rect.
A colored mau was found seen ted in the prc mises
of Caplain Corrio last right, and before he did an v
mischief wa? take?a to thu guardhouse.
A sailor, on Savannah Poat Whxif, camm'ttod an
assault and battery on a colored man yesterday, but
managed to csca-,c loioro heoeuld be nnxs.ed.
REPORTERS' CHUIIBS.- A plank road is bcins
laid down lo Union wharf.
It is rumored there is to te an oratorio at St.
Tho schooner Voluuteor bas been levieu upon and
will be sold at auction on tho 27th instant
Forty-sov-m malo.:, fourteen horses and on?) rack?
ing mare will be sohl at .Southon; wharf to-day at
ten o'clock, by Holmes & Macbeth.
The number of valuable dogs adverted lately
leftas* to tho impression that they are stolen hy par?
ties to get rewards.
The plan adopted by THE NEWS to k; ep loungers
awayircm thc window sill by spicing them, is being
adopted by others rimil-riy annoyed.
The long-needed r.-w flooring is being put down
in the Guardhouse.
Sawdust has been hid ia the Courthouse and in
the street outside, to prevent thc noise so interrupt?
ing to judge and attorneys
Ihe "touch up" given tho buildings on East Bay,
opposite Kerr'* whorl, adds "considerably to their
The St Michael's Church choir practiced at Cen?
tral Church last night, preparatory to thc celebra?
tion of tho third anniversary of the Washington
Light Infantry "issociation on Monday night.
'ibo Rev. Lovic Pierci, O. D., of Georgia, will
preach at the Second Presbyterian Church (Dr.
Smythe's), lo-morrow menin-;.
Bronz-d s'a'uott'-a of Beast Butler, jp, imifinn,
about two and a half feet high, with two hug.- diver
sp eons on his shoulder may b? seen at Mr. Clancj '?,
ou the Bay, and at Jo-e Jaia's. on Meeting-street
Tho likeness to tho orljinal is striking.
John A. Warrack is Commissioner of Deeds for
the State of ..oath Carolina ia Eloridi.
B. C. Mathews has been appointed a no'ary public
for thc County of B gefleW, and J. W. Jcuuy magia
trato for Barn ve'.1 Cou atv.
Tho wc 1 known fe na'o coilef-c of "Barbamville,"
noar Columbia, was djstroyo I by fire on Thursday
af??moou. It had boin unoccupied 1er eighioen
Ino nLirteonth anniversary of the Waablngtcn
Fire Company will be celebrated on Monday evening
at thc Market Hall.
COTTON FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE
WOHLD -The anxious perseverance with which the
British merchrnt and manufacturer bas looked for
new cotton supplies continues with unabated vigor,
ind no part ot tkeworl'i thatp omises to produce
the ar'icio that is not offered indiicemenis lor its
growth, a he laic-t compel it or comes- trom ihc
South Pacific Ocean, and is erown at the Society
tslandsaud kaown as -Tahiti." It bas lately been
sold in Uie London market at i>rices rankins from
20? a30d. per pound. Wo are' indebted to Mr. Win
botn Lawton, factor, Boyce ? Co.'?. Wharves, for
inspection of n sample, and shonld say, from this
specimen, that it :s not equal to our lowest grade? ol'
sea irlauds. Let thc Southern plauter persevere;
Providence has given him unequalled aOvanlagt>
for thc giowth of the staple, and with energy and
jood m?nagement he ucrd fear no competitor.
THE STATE COURT- Ft OX. IL B. CARPENTER.
PBE-IDING-FEIDAT, Frbru-ry 19.- Tho State ?
Wi'...am AruiStro&g. Castle Wa-ics, Jennings and
Dave McKinlay alias Henry Bursess, indicted for
burglary and larceny, was called. A. G. Magrath,
rr..Ls;i appeared for the defence, and Mr. Solicitor
?eabrcok for the prosecution. Aiter heiring tli
cstimony and argument, unde.- charge of Ids
J ouor, the jury returned a verdict ol not guilty as
:o rt;lliam Armstrong, and guilty of grand larceny
s to Dive McKinlay. Jennings haviug Cfcai/Cd
roi. jail some rime since was no: on trial. John
Hall was arraigned on an ^indictment for burglary
md larceny, bat, cn motiou of W. J. Whaley, Esq.,
?ounscl tor the dcf<-nco, tho tnal of the ca=o was
los^cned in order to give tho prisoner time to pro
luce ovid', nco. Peter Be lmger, ind cted ior larceny,
wrr defended by L. C. Northrop, Esq., aud found
rnilty ot petly larceny. Tuc State vs. Jackson
Hchardsou, Josiah lUchardsou and Quash H pry
lias Poor Boy Happy, indictment lor larceny of iron
rom the works of the Gas Company, lt. W. S
nour and G. li. Walker, Esqs., appeared tor the de
unce, and thc ouxt was engaged in the hearing of j
he case until the hour of aojourumcnL
THE UNITED STATES COURT, February 19
ton. GEO. S. BEVAN, PRESIDING.-James L Mit
hell an<l Gabi ie'. Davis, bankrupts, were finally dis
harged. The petiiiou of Margaret Moultrie and
hers to establish lim against the estate ol N. Hey
raid was referred to t cgi.-trar Ckrpeutttr to report.
IC. In the matter of B. F. Moise, t.iisiee ot' E. O.
Htolengui, to prove nalar.ee <? ue or. bond ol Joseph
.urcell aed Gabiiel Davis, Lar krauts, it was ordered
bat the trn.-tee prove b-faro the registrar thonn
laid balance due on said hoDd. Ibe report of thc
tegis rar on ibe petition ol'J. K. hinder, trustee, to
S?tabligh lien on the eMa'.c of Pulsen Lee, was cen
inned, and the assignee ordered to sell tho mort?
age aud pay lieu. The pctillun Oi P. V. Dibble, as
ignce, tor sale ol encumbered pro erty oiDrucilla
K Robi"30u, was rclencd to Registrar Cat panter,
nth leave to L. G. Iuabiuct to set up lien. Albe, t G.
hutu ker, petitioner ior voluntary' bankruptcy, was
rdercd to atteud for examination bernie itegis rar
arpenter ou the 2C:h iustaut, and that he show
ausp, in i pen court, why he should not bc attached
>r di.-obeyiug a similar ord.r. C. B. Glover waa
ppointed ststanee for John Hoffman, John A. Me?
tas for Wm. B. Lee and Forgartie & stillman, S. A.
?eld for Robert S. M il.cr, and C. B. Glover for J.i
HOTEL ARRIVALS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19.
'art/ton Hotel-R B Wart, S H Sanford, J Woo.t, B
uany, J H Conley, White Fawn; Fred Lawrence,
few Orleans: P U Greenwell, Opera Troupe; J F
denian, Kentucky; kl C Deughly, 0 H Doipe, Now
rleans; G1? Pike, New York; J TT onaidcs. South
aroona; A N Mles, Augusta; Edie Smith. New
ork; JLumpton, Orangcourg; J'I Brande. Flori
a; S M .-taggers, South Caro i ma; I >> Brown, T-hila
elphii; J O i-dward, J Waison, O H Whitfield, Wil
Charleston Hotel-VT M Lird and wife, Savannah:
? T J O Woodward, Souiu Corohna; H E Raymond,
ioston; C E Darley ard wife, Washington; O Hewitt,
Unwell;E M Ruc cr, Georgia; S E Johnson. Somh
aro'.ina; S C Log in, Pennsylvania; O Y Woodruff,
ew Orleans; H B Clitz. J J Upham, USA; J M
ir.der and l?dy. C D Bigelow, Mrs Bigo'.ow and
aild. A Claffln. Mrs C.allin, J Chadwi 1, New York;
POrd, Miss Ord. California;S Jcllonoii, Missouii:
T Wrcics. G W Tbibaul. Connecticut; WL Do
ass. Camden: D R Morst-, D A DeValley, New York;
J Hill, Marion; S M Seeley, Louisville; P K Vance,
juth Carolina; A M l atham, St Andrews.
AIKEN PROPERTY FOE SALE.-Mr. Geo. Con?
or, No. ll Broad i-treoi, r.dvertisos for salo in THE
EWS rome very desirable real estate io Aiken,
here is no pa-1 of tho South where real estate is in
rcasing so rapidly in value as in Aiken and lt? vi
Iniiy, and it is not unlikely that it will continuo
) double year by yo?r for Inc next ten yearp.
SPRING STYLE HATS. -Tho "'very latest," at
Ihe Temple of Fashion," No. 2C9 King-street.
February ll tbs?u C. H. JOHNSON.
r O U M D . ALE X A \ ll E li ,
SOTART PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT.
No. 10 ISroad-strct-t.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
?STINU ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others
ad in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOUK>
ther in part or whole. &c. January 9
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, s. C ,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
onth.Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
Ja' uary ll . 3mn?
?fOljSLKS ? MACBETH,
No. 30 Bread-street,
Charleston, S?. C.,
BKOKERS. AUCTIONEERS'. RE." " ESTATE
?EMERAL CUM MISSION AGENTS.
Will atttona to Renting aiid Collecting of Boats
ad purchase and 6a o of .Mocas, Boa-is. Gold,
ilvc-r :>ud Heal b.w.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par'les
i thc country upon reason .bio :crms.
Eoaoe U M?LMES.ALEXANDER MACBETH
Jam rv 1 ? i\r
1TMG ILM ANDFACTOR?
E. H. KODG-ERS
ANUFACI?BEB .VND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND ?IES,
TEEL LbVTERS ANO STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
iU&SS AND G KR MAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, eve.
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
IlLL'S PATENT BAKU STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, ?.Lc.
No. 129 I'AST BAY-STftERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fl-3- Call and examine specimens.
January 16 3mos
kTOUTH* STEELE ?S WAKOKLL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
TAT10NERY. PERFUMERY UVTLElll
HOS1I?RY. FURNISHING GOODS.
WDITE GOODS, EMbRO'DEUY Ac, kc..
No. 167 Meeting-street,
CHARLES i ON. 8. C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. W ARKELL, JR Kew York.
January 25 imo
Points, ?ils, (Etc.
Sleeting and Unmbet-lnnd Streels.
CiliCOL&B SAW MILLS, and
January 3 Cmo
OILS! OILS! OILS2
low GALLONS PURE WINTER LAUD OIL.
7C0 GALLONS PURE WIN 1ER No. 1 LABT?
500 ( i ALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
5G0 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY. OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEA7SF00T Oil
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL
CAM t2U iJK, BA K L. fi Y ?Si CO.,
Northeast comer Mee Usg and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gino
BELTING J_BEi/JTNG !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2. 3, 4. arel 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S Bb LT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
A IN Cn THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO IA INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO h\
INCH DIAME 1ER
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
[J?BBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS Ol
CVIKKOA, BAKlfLfCY ? CO.,
LNorthcist Corner Meeting and Cunihcrlar.d street?,
500 BOXES IC 14x20 HOOFING T N
300 BOXES IX 147.20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
23 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x30
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, T1NSMA.VS SOEDEB, SI EL?
TER, ftc., &c.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMTOKOV, RAttKLBY x CO..
Northeast corner MeetiUo' and Cumberland afreets.
SHEET A?<JD STEEL,
WROlGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAMKitOflLBARKLEY ?St CO..
Sortheast corner Mrc?ngand Cumberland strccL?
January 1 _ _ t'mo_
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SI OP COOKS, STEAM
GI LOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIPE.
CAMERON, BAKKLKY o* CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting aud Cumberland 6treets.
Jauuary 1 I'nio .
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, fte., ftc.
P. AW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
t'A.ilhltO.V, BAKKLliY & CO.,
[northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland s'rcotn.
January 1 Gmo
ftosinrss (Harts. ?
J T. HDMPHKKYS.
DEOKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS
EALES OK P.KAL ESTATE, STO'.'ES. EOND5, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PBOPERTY
Al I EN DEI) TO.
?to. rf 7 B IL O A li - ii T ll IC K T ,
OUABLESTON, S. 0.
Eon. HENR? BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH. Esq.,
Sfoenl JAlli'S CONNER, T. IL WARING. Esq.
^ylLL?S ?V CHISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PUECUASE. <ALR Xiv
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domcstfr ports .JI
COTTON. RICK, LOM ?ER ANO NAVAL STOW..
ATLA S th) WbsuE. Cburlct-ion. <..
i .WILI IS.\. K. i.UISOJ J)
(1 33 O . 13. C ii K V o lt
yo. ll Bronti-sircct.
WILL BUY. AND SELL ON CoiniiSAioN
BEAL ESTATE, BONDS,
STOCKS, COUPONS., GOLD, SILVER
Ffbruary 1 Imo
r.tM?S KNOX.......JOHN 01M
K:\?X & ??SM.,
C O T T O ?Tl F A C T O ti Si
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 135 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE.
Consignments ol COTTON, RIDE, fte,, respect
fully soliciU:d, and Mooral advance- mnde thereon,
Order* for COUN and BACON piomptly executer
villi care nna attention.
A-'il 27_ l'Jrno?*
THPUK Tfr. IC S OK
TEAS. WINES, BRANDIES, ic.?
And Dealern in
CHOICE FA M iL Y GROCERIES.
WM S. OORWIN fcCO.
/?J-Goods delivered to ad parts o? iboitlty
tOoiljing uni) /urnisljiini i&wte.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
CS ORDER IO DISPOSE OF TUE BALANCE OP
FALL AND WINTER
So as to mike room for our
-SPRIN3 AND SUMMER SUPPLIES
Which wc expect Ute ?aiUv pir: of Lhil month, ir*
hive reduced the prices o? our Gooda
IlEUAKOLiKSS TO COST t *?. .31AAU F AC?
TUM IK C- THE S ADI M.
Ihunliina the public lor their very libera; patron?
age, we hope by our fair dealing to merit a ronlin
uancc of the Mme. We respec!fully iuvitc one aad
sil ?oi-all and sec lor themselves.
L L. FALK & GO..
BETAIL TE l'A RIMENT No. "03 EING-ST.,
Nest io Covpeithwaifa Fumilurc Store,
WHOLESALE DEPART.M EN I,
No. 157 5rccti"g.streot.
Febrnary 2 Imo Opposite Charleston Hotel.
$?)'nU traft /cruising (Soo&s.
yeo l i's
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY EXCLDSlVfi
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLE WEN'S FURNISHING STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STOliE
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 CELEBRAI ED
s SHIRTS" AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Which arc < Sered for sale at tho LOWEST CASH
% E. SCOTT,
ylectiug-3treet, opposite lb? Mirant Ball.
Febrnary 9 limos
SOUTH C.AKUL.t:\.Y 1LA1L.KOAX?.
Ctunr.EaTox, s. c. Febraa y Bl. Wi (
ON AND AFTER SOI DAY, FEBRUARY Um,
tho PASSENGER TRAINS ?'1 the Sou:ii Caro
hui Railroad will run as follow* :
FOB AUOO.il A.
Leave Charleston.8.'"' a. v.
Arrivo r.t Migusta..3.10 P. SI.
Connecting with (nins tor Mont ornery, Memphis
Nashville and 'M W Orleans, via Montgomery an*
Lenve Charleston.?.;*rt K. M.
AiTivu at Columbia.r? 45 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Maucbe.-ter R iii
road, au. Camden tram
Leave Augusta.ft.?<? A. tv.
Arrive at Charleston.5,->0 p. M
Leave Columbia.7 4.5 A. IM
Arrive at Charleston.S.Uu P. V
AUGUST? MiJHT EXPRESS
(SCND.V?S EXCEPTED, i
Leavf Charleston.7.30 P. 31
Arrive at Augusta,,,,,,.,.C?O \. M
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nash vi ll'
and I.ew Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
i eave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.i.OP A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT i XPREsS.
Leave Charleston.r.n.fi> P. ss.
Arrive nt Columbia.4.45 A. V.
Co nu oe ting ( -unday.s excytodl with Greenville au<!
Leave Colombia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.3b A. V,
S MMEbV?? J.K ?RAIN.
Leave Charloiton.3 <^ P. Si
Arrive at summerville. i.'.OT. V
Leave Suir.miTvilJe.?.m A. M
Arrive at Charl eaton.?.23 A. V
On Mmi'iaiji, U i.JncMit'iS amt Saturitayr.
Leave Ringville.4 2u I'. Si.
Arn eut Camden.7.u:i P. M.
Leave Cunidcu.li 33 A. M
Arrive :.t KinevUle.O.m A. M.
Signed Li. T. M.*Kl. .
Febiuar- 15 General Miceruiteudesi-E.
P. P TOALE.
WHOLESALE .'.ND RETAIL
M A N ? P A (J T 0 B E IS O P
DOOKS, ri'? s !![.;> AM) ti M NOS
Charil iton. s. ('.
Particular attention pai1 t'i Murlong,
OFFICE No. 375 EMG,
January 27 _3mo
Jjl ? W A ti 1) DALY.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
So. 8 J Wawon-street.
PER-'O'vM. AT I KN . ION GIVEN TO THU 'IIR
CH*>E ot nil JtindBOi Ri - It'- H iNPl-vE. Boots,
-h es. Hate, CB a andTrank', wrl SL-aw Oocda a
Cons gnrnnn s of all Iradi of Staple Anieles and
gens a> Produ 0 solicitai.
Promut re tuina guaran iced.
Lat?' of charleston, S. 0.
Weakly Prico Ourreets ?eut ?ree by post.
January 22 V?o Cmos
4/,rv ?ONS No. 1 GENUINE PERUVIAN GU
I )\J ANO, dirert from t. Rent and w rraotod
pure, to arrive p<r srh'ouetfl D. C. H?lse. H. W.
Godfrey. Sylvan, ai d Lucy A. Orcutt from New York
Por sale by T. J. KERB & CO.
?r/ki ) BI'.LS LAND PLASTTR, TO ARRIVE
?y I r ? " per pcbooner Trade Wind.
For eal.: by T. J. KERR Ar CO.
Jotter from .jamos Pagart,
CHESTER, SOUTH CAR LINA, January 0, W6fr.
Dear ^ir-I bavo just received a communication
from Geo. W. Graflllu. J:sq.. Treasursr of Patapsco
Guano Comnany. requesting my opinion or tho "PA
?AP-CO,"to be sent direct to you-which I take
pleasure in doirg, as I .inc-r-'-ly behove chat it is I bc
best fertilizer now in uss. Ilnvo tcs'?d its merits
fully, and find those who have ua^d it alougside of ?
other popular fertilizers, do not hesitate to give it
the prcfer.mro; there arc as many kinds in usc hsre
as there aro morchants who deal in il. No two
houses rerommend tho same kind, but durin? tho
last seasonal bad a good opporiunlty of introducing
the "PATAPSCO" G OANO to some oxtcut
I cave to t*n (10) different planters 500 pounus
GUANO to puteacii on one acre of land, and agreed to
lase purt of the product for pay. They all Micecedcd
well. I got nearly 100 per cent, prout from ?he ti-n
acrcs^and tho planters are attuned that they got 50
:o 100 ; er c?nt. more than they could have oxpectod
on the same hind without thc GITANO. 1 ulso sold
small quantities to some twonty or thirty planters,
who tried it on all sorts of. land. Some of them
certify to wonderful icsults, and every one of them
have eugaged to take m6r? for th: coming season. I
expect to sell ten times the amount which was lakcu
I began in 18G7, cud have not heard one man say
it did not over-pay him for hi? outlay. In sonic re?
spect* it li.ust be superior to the Peruvian Guano.
For instance, you can mis the seed with the PATATU?
CO, and tho Peruvian must bo covered before plant?
ing. 1 lie "PATAPSCO" acts at oucouoon thc ?.prouts,
assaou as it rome* from thc toed and makes it start
right ort growing, and prevents tho sickly slago
winch cottou, without the stimulus, has to go
thrungli-you know tbfcr. For two or thrco vroeks
the lotion plant i* in a condition which is so pre?
carious that no planter can i*ay that ho has a certain
stand Ib?k-ve the 'T'ATAToCO" securas a better
and more healthy stand than can be had by tlic ap?
plication Ot any oth;r fertilizer. 1 speak from ex?
periments made for two years. I have planted a lit?
tle cotton lor the purpose ot watching tho result,
and am mri! that rolling the scod in PATAPSCO
GUANO ?nil ? ec uro au carly and 'healthy staud of cot?
ton, which is ?ike getting a goa-', start in any kinu of
I would recommend 250 to HDD pounds to tho acre
i ma ic 000 pounds Int from one aero by planting 500
pourds of "PATArsco." which made 2C0 pounds tho
year beiore without it, and the season of 18G7 was
belter for totten than 18G3. 'ibo samo field on thc
part not fertilized in vic more In J s j ; than lu 'GS. I
lliinu it v/oul. poy beat, howov^r, for about GOO
pouniU io thu acre. Respectfully,
( Slimed) JAME-? PAG AN.
For further information, apply lo
CDI.1RTK.VA V tSi Tit EMIOLH,
General Ascots, Union What/,
Februar} 13 EG Charleston, S. C.
THE 1001 MiSUF?CTUEIM CO.
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO *END
for a pamphlet, dcscriptiv.i of thoir Fertilizers.
Wo oiler our DOUALL HEFINEJ P ?DRE1TE.
equal to tho best buporpbosphatc, at tho low price
ol i'la i er ton.- Ibis Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nltrophosphate anti pure Bone Dust,
K.M. i ODD. Mnitlifi : ld, Va., says where bc used
th? Double Refined Poudrctlo on cum it doubled the
WILLIAMS Bnos . Dover, Del., says it gave their
rhubarb and toina'.oc a vigorous growth, ripening
tho lut'or two weeks cariior
P. W. BUTCHISOS, sr, near Cherokee. Ga., says il
nearly donblod bit) yield of cottou.
Hon. mu S. SHORTER, Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wa> fully jqual to adjoining nelda manured with
the best Superphosphates.
S. MoNiaoirEitT, El uville, Gi., saye it increased
his crop ol cottou 150 lbs per acre.
G. S. OGLKSDX. Mariel a, Gu., usa I it on corn and
cotton and say. it m. rj then doubled the yied, bc
regard* il tho cheapest and most reliabc Fertilizer
withlu Iiis knowledge,
Ks-Governor Mini, Warrcnton. Va., tried it with
three several crops thc last and present yors. und
says: '.! pronounce it with confidence a most valua?
ble manure "
'Ibo Superintendent of Gouornl W. R. Cos, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C.. says: "Ithink IhePoudretto
used for c.irn ca. not bo surparsed ; us-. d it also on
cotton which produced ? large yield.
Dr. E.*M. I-ENDi.vTON, bi urta, Ga., says: "The
Nitrophosphite of Lime, used on cotton made 218
per i ?ut. tho first year.
Piofcssor OEOJIGK U. Coos, of tlio Now Jcrney
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, says:
"Ihe I>oublo Refined Poudrette and Nitrophosphato
of Lime paid us lull IOU per cent, above their mar?
ket value in the inert aso of crops tine year."
Address LODI HANUFVC?UMNG COMPANV,
Box 3139, New York Postofllcc. Office No. GG Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO."
AGENTS FOIl THE COMPANY.
January IA ibstuSmos
AN AMMOl?lATED SOLUBLE
COMBINING ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
-. AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
1M11S FERTILIZER LS WARRAN TED TO GIVE
satisfaction. Pluuicrs and farmers arc invited
lo send lor paaipblols, descriptivo of its virtues aud
how io apply it.
?X?- Price, ?03 per lou of 2000 lbs.
For sale by B. 31. BUTLKli,
Februsry 17 Agent .^t charleston, S. c.
N o. .1 P >TR U V IAN.
HARDY'S '-5CLTJBL? P H OS I'HO-P KRU VIAN. "
.-ARDY S "AMMONIA ? ED i-OU>UL\i PACIFIC."
UIGHKST UK AD KS PVliK I'UOSPtlA
TJC til'AM)? AVJ LrUOUAiU
L,A.%1> PL AST Ii H.
nfiKi: USE OF THE AlJOVhsOLT^LE PnOSPIlO
J PERUVIAN and Ammooi.tc? tiolab?e Pacific
t?llanos is particularly rc.-'u-nieucici, beint? com
pou.ds ol' tho detest P eilic I'bo-phativ Guano,
rendered soluble; thc lonuer o iitaiuiu',' twenty per
cent of.Pc^nviau Guano, und ILC latter highly am
moniatud willi animal mat cv-nianing ino most
nonccuitiiteii and profitable ferbl.zerj m use for cot
Lou, corj. wheat and .obaero,
ror sale ni hans and b?rrela, in quantics to snit.
Testimonials from ho>c wh > have used the ab^ve
will he luna ed on application.
UUAKSEIi, KKJB, SOUTH & CU.,
General Agenta al Charleston.
..Feed your Laud und it will Feed You."
December 21 Die thstulmo
PACIFIC GUANO CO?lPA??'S
rpiils GUANO DIFFER* FBOM PERUVIAN
.C Guano simply in "be relativo proportions oi
the same od inputs of lcrtiliiy.
Its usc during the past lour years for the culture
of notion and -ora ha? given to it a character tor
standardexocUcuoo unsmpavsed by genome Peru
via'i Guano, and where se.isnus of droiudtt inter
veno, i produces a Lrgeiucrca-e of crops.
The pilco at whiee this Guano is placed is so
much be'ow that of Peruvian Guauo. as to con>titute
it an objc'.-t ol ma,erial importance to .-outh^ra
Tno largo c i; ital and res uirces of the Compiny
CDBIIII- it to furnish a Guano ot' the highs t valu? nt
Ibo lowest po?3ible . ost to consumer and the
hi.;bcs jnter- st of the company is recojnizel in
1 lie Compr.ny looks to large sales, ama I profits
and a permauo.it trade for compensation on capital
;ir. &r. JULIAN RAVEXEL, of Soa^h < aro
lina. is ScieuUfic Director to tho Compuny
wbich affords a sure uuaranteti of the continued cs
Cellenee of tho Gormo. None genuine uulo-y brand?
ed witu the natuo ot JOHN s. iiEhr?!;. tc 00., Gene?
ral Agents oi tuc PACIFiO GUANO COMPANY,
for teanfand mode of application applv to
. df. Ik. ROB^OV,
Agent for thc State m -ouih Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlau?o Wharf.
December 19 Die stuth3mo
BYK. & A P. CALDWELL.
On TUESDAY, ibo 23d instant, will bc sold before
our Store, at 10 o'clocu,
100 barrels BKOCE'S CONCENTRATED FERTIL?
IZER, said to bc superior to Peru via Guano, one of
tbe most active and valuable Fertilizers ever offered
to Hie Farmers, composed of Swan Island Guano,
Dr? Ground Charcoal and Dried Mi at.
Con i lunns cii-h tuiL- tu4 February 16
[SALE POSTPONED TO THE 2GTH I>8TAST, F3HDAT ]
Ex parte Wit. Shepherd, in re Joseph Pur?
cell-Assignee's Sale of the. "Purcell Farm,"
on the Dorchester Road, near Charleston,
BY G. HcBHTPE SMITH,
By virtue of a Decree in Bankruptcy in the above
case, will be seid FR DAY', be 26th instant, at
ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
All that J RACT OF LAND, lyina on the north fide
of the public road leadme from Charleston to Ashley
River Ferry, containing seventy-llvo and a h?lf(75J?)
acres, moro' or less, and also a ?mab' Tract of Land
on the northern boundary of thc above tract and in?
corporated with it os one tract; bounded north and
cast on lands now or late of - Howard, southon
tho Dorchester Road, west on lands now or late of
- li^ianan, and north a cst on lands now or lats
et Rev. P. O'Neill; the place said to contain phos?
phates, and to bc well sott ed.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one and
two years, secured by a mortgage on Ihopiopertv;
purchaser to pay lor papers and stamps.
E. W. MARSHALL.
Assignee of Jos Purcell.
By virtue of an execution to mo directed and de
HvoreJ, wdl be sold, on WKDNEsD.Y, the 21th
Instant, at ll o'clock pie iscly, at the wharf ut
west end of ?eaufain-str^et,
AU the right, title and interest of thc defendant in
1 FLAT, 1 YAWL BOA!' andi roil ol'ROPE Levied
on and to be sold as thc properly ot Qua.-b. Hcnling
at tho snit of Erne-t B> essen.
February 16 ? tnsw3 P. FLYNN, Bailiff.
THK.STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
GREENVILLE COUNlY-IN CHANOEBY.
Wyman, Byrd $ Co., vs. Grady <j- Hawthorn.
Dill to Foreclose Mortgage, ?J'c.
Ry vlrtuo of the Decrial Order of his Honor, Judzc
James L. Orr, mads in thc above case, I will sell to
tbc highest idJcr, at Greenville Courthouse, on
S'ALES-D?Y in ?March next, tue PREMISES i e
Kcnbo I in thc picadini/n, viz :
A.I that piece, pireel and TKACT OF LAND, situ?
ated m the C unty of Greenville.' seven miles from
the Courthouse, and six from tho Greenville Rail?
road Depot, lying on both Sides or Reedy Ri vor, con
tainin;: four huudrcd and ninety-nine acres, moro oe
less, in a lilsh stato of cultivation. Upon the place
is located th<? well known Cotton and Wool Factory
of the nel'eudants. Tho Cotton Factory 13 in full
operation, with some thirteen hundred spindles and
twenty-four looms ; the Wool Factory with one
hundred and twenty mole spindler, is nlso in good
ordor and successlul on 'ration. On the premises
aro a good Flouring, Grist and >ivt Mills, with
Placksniilh shop-two comfortable dwelling houses,
and several small framed houses, for Gae operatives,
with a nico brieir f'huiclu Tbe water pownr atoll
reasons >s sufficient to drive three times the amount
c f m icidnery now in operat'on. The country is rc
markJDly bealtbv, with a climate uoeorpasso J in the
Unit, ds" ates with a sober, industrious and energe?
tic population. Wooded lands adjacent, well tim?
bered, can be purchased at reasonable price > 'ihls
is thc best opi ortunity tor an investment to capital?
ists flint bas been ollcredin the up-country since thc
Tonus cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
sianips. W. A. MCDANIEL, C. C. C.
O.erk's Office, Fobruary 2 1860.
February 13 sw
Prags, Cfycmirals, tic.
C. F. P?NKiVIiN",
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
rjUiF. ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to his stock'of thc boot Imported and Domes?
Of bia business he bestows thc utmost personal caro
and attention, and guarantees the PURITY of tho
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carofully at all hours of the day and
SFECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIE HANS & CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tootli and ?ail Brushes,
IS LARGE AND WELL SE LE CTE P.
Agency for ibo sale of i Le celebrated
Batkbridgc Atom Spring Waler,
A supply ot* which ts always on lund.
Which have established ?or themselves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hoi.es to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to bim.
c'i brnor' 16 tuthslyr
ALTA VE I; A PHOSPHAT*'.
TT IS COMPO?LD OF TUE GUANO FROM
Combined with other fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a OOMPLBIE M NURE.
The Company importing the Guano direct from
tho rich deposita of Birla at ALVA Y LA. is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertihzer not excel
For salo bj*
HUNKY COBIA c? CO.,
At Charleston, & C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
ION, or tho
ALTA VliLA GU \N<> COMP ANT,
No. D7 Broadway, New York.
January 28 ? Imo
Valuable Real Estate' corner Broad and
; Church streets-to be sold at Risk of for
. mer Purchaser, ff. hiving Jailed to ^comply
with terms of Soie.
WM. t?cKAV, Auctioneer,
Will sell on TUESDAY, the 23d instant, at lie Old
Postofficc, Broad-street, at ll o'clock.
That DKM RAULE COhNBB STO?E, corner of
Broad and Church streets.
The TWO ADJOINTSiT SIORES on Broad-street,
measuring on Broad-street sixty-one (61) feet, more
or less, and on chun n thirly-oiaht (S8j teat more or
less. The above property to bo sold ove th er.
Term?-"ne-third cash; balance in.one and two
yens in equal annual inala menta, secured by bond
and mortgage, with interest from day of sale at
teven per cent Purchaser to pay Auctioneer for
papers and Etimos._ February 16
House and Lot Vo. 18 Burn*' Lane-to be
soldat Risk of former Purchaser, he having
fatted to comply with terms of ?ale.
Wm sell on TUESDAY. 23dinsbvit at the Old Post
office, ct ll o' lock,
That DELIRA RLE TWO-AND-A-HALP STORY
DWKLLIr-Gond two storv Eltihen. Tot measures
i-.venty-flve feet front by one hundred and nine feet
Terms-Or-eha'f cash; balance in one_voar, secur?
ed by bond -i- u.o.'lgage. Purchyctir to pay Auc?
tioneer for papers and stamps. February 16
Elegant Private Residence at corner of Orange
and Tradd streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue cf an order of sale to me directed by the
Hon. Geo. S. B yan, Judge of the United States
Court for the District of South Carolina, I will sell
at public unction on lUEsDAY, 9th March, at lt
o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofflce,
That very desirable aud spacious RESIDENCE at
northwest corner of Orange and rradd streets, now
occupied by the Hon. P. C. Gaillard. Tho House
conlains-rooms, and upon the premises are ?ll
necessary outbuilding?, with a spot ious garden spot
This is one ot the most desirable Residences in
Charleston, and is well situated w th reference to the
business part ot Charleston, and in o'o?e proximity
to the Battery. Lot measures 110 feet on Tradd by
ISO feet on Orange-street.
J erms-One- ourth cash; balan e in one, two and
three years, secured ny bond a>'d mortgage of the
property, with interest; property to b ? insured and
policy assigned. Purcba-er to pay Auctioneers for
papers and stamps.
L\WBE\CE W. O'HEAB,
As-ignee of Theo.?ore Stoney.
February 15 mstthmruO
LAUGlii SAL.Ill di'' ICIS\L ESTATE IN
ATLAN l'A, GA.
Willbesold outhcfirstTOEi-DAYin March, bytha
Administrators of William Herring, deceased,
'THE FOLLOWING PROPEK1Y:
First A maguifLout FAMILY MANSION, four?
teen rooms wita neccssji-v c ovets and .outhouses,
situated on Pcacht oc-sireot, in a firs: class neigh?
borhood in every respect.
Second, seven CI IY LOT- within ore hundred
reet of thc statehouse aud Far.t Baptist Church,
four of which hive improvements on them; one of
those has a good eight-room brick house finished
throughout with closets.
Third. A ii' TCK .iTOREHlU-E and Kitchen,in
the most desirable business part of the city, on
Wbitehan-?t oat fronting 27 feet on Whttebali-sireet,
and running boca one hundred und nineteen feet,
with tho right of an alloy
Fourth. Anexe lieut FARM of nonces on Peach?
tree Read, fonr miles from the cit? ; Atty sores of
cotton land, wiih a go id peach orchard and good
Fifth. An interest In WILD .LANDS; also Notes
and Accounts and stocks in Federal Manutocturlng
Companies. Mr. Herring hiving been long a resi?
dent ol A tl in ia, he selected thc most desirable prop?
erty, both as to present and prospective value; con?
sequently evtry foot oflerei is No. lin every re?
Terms-One-third cub; the balance in four and
eight months, with tnterosc from day of sale.
J. W. H LR LT N IT, 1
A. LEYDEN, J
i'ebiuary 13 Die 18
?UrUoiiccre' priouie Salts.
Residence with Large Lot, in Ashhy street.
BY LOUIS i). ?eSAUiSSUJIE.
At l-rivalo Sole
Tb? commodious RESIDENCE. No. 17 Aahley
Btroet, north of Bcc-slr-vt, und contiguous to But
lcdire-avenuo. contoiuicg ten ro >ms aud pantry,
with water works; Lot measures ISO leo: front by
116 teet deep, and is capable of sub- dvision. Apoly
as above, at No. 23 BROAe-3t BU KT.
February 18 thsmftafC
ME.-SUS. PELLO'-sE & CO.. HOR'ICULTTJ
RfSTs. from Paris, have the honor to inform
ihe publ c that they have arrived in this city with a
beuulif ul assortment of
PLANTS ANO PAS CY SHUUBS,
For Gardens ard Houses, as fo lows :
100 different kind-" of vory finn groRod RO^ES.
<W0 varieties of FRUIT I KEES of the finest quali?
ties, among widen aro tho Cherry lr*o (Empress
Eugenie) eigtv ot the Cherries neighing one pound.
The Butter Pear, incomnarablo, w igbs from one
to two pound? each: aud a large assortment of
Flowers ono Voaetable seed
Also, very fine Bulbs nf every sort, which remaba
in bloom from fivo to s x months.
Carnation Pinks (.cw var.eties). recently intro?
duced in France.
Amateur* ore soiicitod to call and examine the
above assortments at tbs atora No. 102 King-street.
AR of the above Plants will be warranted, as the
importers are well known among H- rtJcuIturists in
thl- countrv asiosponsible in tb? ir engagements.
February 17 13 PELLO BSE ft CO.
? E H S U N <z BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BBEWERY,
HARLEM, y. T.
This celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
the year, and is guaranteed to keep sound through
tho hottest weather, and on that uceo nt is of al
Ales the best adapted to tho -outhorn climate. The
proprietors are desirous of establishing a trade for
their Ale in this section, and wish to make ar?
rangements wiih som i en- rgetlc, responsible party
to toko the gencv for the sale nf it in cba-l-stan
and vicinity. RYERSON & BATES.
Harlem Station, .New York City.
February 13 Imo
H?CKADAY'? STABLES AND LOTS
Is POW prepare! io ke.-p CATTLE, HOB5E8 and
STOCK, of ev.rv doscrlpton. 'Hore i* a pond
pump a d large s"cd3 on the lot, I wil sell Hook
on small comm a.-1'.u. Inn_Februar? 9
"T?. L. FINLEY'S
felebi-ated Cooltin? Moves,1]
M PHILANTHROPIST" AND "CIVILIAN,"
Manufacturel at Troy, N. Y., and for sale by
D. L. F U li L E R T O N,
TIHE'R STCVEP STAND USEIV'LLED FOB
capacity, durability, conve urnco .aud the gen?
eral pnrpnM-i lo which i'o'ik'ui. Stoves ar- used. The
PHU ANITIROPIM is c?rrahcav.pl ted, and has
Ash Drawer; can be mad- into a six boiler hole
ttovo : hos sift ira i Weer Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly Orst-class ?tove. The
CtVli.IAN Li of r. neat design, uni hat alia-) large
Oven. Tin* Stove tsn be bod with the extension
oaek. six holes and fe?? rvalr wheu desired
For f urtlior ii.turuiution apply t<?
D. L_ F?LLE "TON,
January 30 6mos ArfuV'.Ga.
P HOM 4 TO 380
liorsi pawer, nalodiug me
eoebrat.d iori*! Cut-oil
Ki'gin's, slide Y Ive cita
. ionat-y Ln^in.-s, Portaole
inline*, ta iso. circa
ac Mular and O-ang saw
di h "u^ar is no Mills,
.h'itiDg. Hullevs. Ao. L-th
nd bingie Mills, Wueat
iud Corn all;la Circular
Mfa. Belli.ig, tte. send
o- des.rptivo Clrcularand
t rioi List .
W >OD ft MATS' sl'^AJ ENGIN1* CO.,
Fcbru iry 18 6uios Udca, New York.