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I IONS OF THE NFW POSTOFEICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS will bc served to subscri?
bers in the city at six DOLLARS a year in advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, payable to thc carriers.
AUCTION S AL SS -HHS DAT.
R. & A. P. CALDWELL will sell at 10 o'clock,
in front of their store, Eist Bay, on? hundred barrels
I. 8. K BENNETT WI" sell at half-past 10 o'clock, at
h's office, Broad-street, vehicles and sundries.
WLLLLMI MCKAY will sell at ll o'clock, at the old
Postofflce, vahuhie real estate.
'T. M. CATER will sell at threc qeir.ers pa't 9
o'clock iu bis store, Brown's wharf, butter. Hour,
G. W. STEFFENS k Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'c'ock. ia :ront of tbeir ?tore, Veuduo Range, but?
ter, stripe, kc.
Joux G. Mn-xoit & Co. will seU at 10 o'r'oek, in
tbeir salesroom, Meeting-streeet, assorted ary goods.
LAUBEY k AL-YAXDBR will fe ll at 10 o'clock, in
front of their store. East Bay, strips, potatoes, tc.
MEETINGS THIS Dil'.
Jefferson Lodge, at 7 F. M.
SACKED COXCEBT.-Mrs. Barbot propos?e
giving, at the urgent solicitation of many friends, a
s:crec" concert on Thursday cveniDg at St. Mary's
Cuurc.i, when genii from the "jtabat Mater" will
sung, an! such selections a3 will add to tho at?
traction? of the programme.
How TO FIND WHAT IS Loar.-The advertis?
ing columns of THE NEWS have repeatedly
proved to be the best medium for communicating
with the public. A waut is expressed, and, presto! a
host of responses are received. A loss is made known
and lt is seldom that thc loser does not ..neceein
regaining his property. Mr. C. C. Neil, the sur
veyorof tliis port, lost en Saturday a fine gold-head?
ed cane; he published the lars promptly ; the ad?
vertisement met tho eye rr :he finder, and the cane
was soon in the bauds of the owner.
THE Souin CABOLIXA RAILEOAD AND THE
ABOCSIA AND COLUMBIA RAILUOAD.- The Augusta
papers publish two statements vhich we are author?
ized to say are entirely inco rect. One is that thc
presidents of the South carolina Railroad Company
and tho Augusta aud Columbia Railroad Company
are to meet by appointment in Angus ?a this week,
to adjust thc relations ol the two roads; the other is
(he nucxpected announcement of a decision having
boen rendered by tho r-npremo Oourt iu thc cse now
peuuing between "aese couipauies. 1 he President
of the South Carohna Railroad knows nothing of the
alleged appointment, nor are tho solicitors of the
South Carolina Railroad aware of any decision hav?
ing boen pronounced.
THE Crncus.-Robinson's Chnnipioa Circus
eYhibited last night ou thc Citadel Green for tho first
time, and the full audience proscnr nere delighted
with such, feats of horsemanship and accomplish?
ments of the riug as have mt been witnessed in
Our city io.* years. Tho bare back act by "Jimmy"
Robinson, with his miniature sou Clarence, was
a^perfe:t mirvel of ri dina'. and wa? enthusiastically
encored. The troupe eaibra- e-i grace:ul eques?
trienne;, extraordinary gvtnnasts. wonderlul ath?
letes, eccentric vaulters, aud a truly astonishing
contortionist, wyeth-r with a large and effective
auxiliary corps, elegantly Indeed horses, and a gem
of a pony, which for intollizcac3 and symmetry takes
tho palin. Robinson mti't luve felt proud of tho
enthusiastic reception accorded him on his reap?
pearance in thc Charleston areni.
THE UNITED STATES COURT. FEBRUAB? 22
Hon. GKOBGE S. BBYAX, PHE^IOIXO.-The report
of Registrar dawson on thc petition of Jordan Bur?
nett to establish lien on tte estate of Thomas M.
Graham, bankrupt, was read and confirmed, and it
was o'dercd that the assignee, after paying costs ia
bankruptcy, apply to judgments .a.ablishcd accord?
ing to respectivo priorities. On ibo volition of John
McConnell for dismissal, it wa' ordered th .t it he re?
ferred to Registrar ( lawson, and that ho call a meet?
ing of the creditors for the purpose of submitting
the petition. The petition of Z. W. Carwile. assignee,
to sell property of Arthur k Glover, was h ard. and
sale a as gran' ed. It was ordered that the sale made
by Louis Mc Lain, a-s guee, to Patrick Moran of
claim cf I. Ottolengui and WUlis lc Barrett against
Alexander McDougal now in suit in Court of Equity
for Charleston District, be confirmed. Final hear?
ing for discharge ic the cases of Abner Hambright
and Frank Hap per field was ordered to take place be?
fore Registrar dawson. Ic the cases of John H.
Gayle and W. W. Benbow, final hearing was set
dowa for the fifteenth of March.
THE STATE Crncurr COD?T.-HON. R. B. CAB
PENT ER PRES :DIX G-r B9BOABS \?-1st THE GENERAL
^SESSIONS.-After some time spent in organizing the
juries for the coming week, tho court proceeded
with the call of the session docket: The case of tho
State vs. John Hall, indicted ter burglary and lar?
ceny, was first tried, W. J. Whaley. Esq., appearing
for the defence. 1 he jury relumed a verdict of gull,
ty- A motion for arrest of judgment by the counsel
for the prisoner wis, after argument, not allowed.
Alexandet Chisolm and Rose Chisolm, indicted for
assault and battery, and de.ended by R. W. Sey?
mour, Esq, were acquitted. T. o grand jury re?
turned true bills in the lo How lng cafes, viz: Against
Gabriel Leon, m-ardor ; l'eu Brown. Larceny; H. Law?
rence, assault and nattery; Lee or Gibbs, assault
and battery; John Wi liam?, burglary; James Brown,
attempt to commit zapa and assault ano battery;
Sosia Jackson, s ?.?aalt and tatter?; M. Frazer, m .11
cims trespass; Tom Oreen, larcenv; W. Williams,
assault and battery; T, Moozou, larceny; solomon
Happy, trespass; fi ?p'ul'o. breach of trust and
larceny; H. Taylor aa i W. Johu*on, burglary and
larceny: T. Grant, lurccny; P. JTaticy. malicious
trespass. The court adjourned at four P. M.
CLUBS AND STABS.-Tho cases dispose - of at
the Mayor's court yesterday were as fo.lows:
F. Conlon, white, who i eat Mr. and Urs. Dough?
erty in Bogard-street, Snn-lav. Fined $5.
Prince Lewis, colored, chirg d with disorderly
conduct on the stro?t. Disc'ia-god.
George Habenich\ white, run dug a bread cart
without a liccuse. Fiued $20, and required to take
ont a license.
Samuel Jenkins, colored, obstructing sidewalk
with his tray of fish Fln-d 31.
Henry JonesK whi'.e, lying down drunk in the
''streets. Fined $10.
Peter Henry, white, lying t'owu diunk in the
s bro ts. Fined $5.
John Calaher, white, dmnlt and disorderly corner
Wall and Calhoun streets. Discharged.
A number of liquor establishments were' found
open on sunday,"contrary to ordinance, and the
proprietors required lo appoar at toe oonrt, and were
told -f they came tip again ou the s - mo charge they
wul be fined.
Sancho Sanders, co'orcd, larcany of copper pump
from the residence of Mr. John Russell's. Wont
worth and Gadsdou-atreets, was turned over to the
detectives for examination
A large Newfoundland dog is at the Guardhouse
awaiting its fate; his own?r mu :t eithor pay five dol?
lars penalty and two dollars t x, or b ; will bo slain.
J. Vf. Mcdonald, white, druuk and lying in the
market. Fined five da,?ar?.
Henry Campbell, colored, founl sleeping in tho
A white and black g?jat was taken up going at large
Gary, tho mm who attamaiod to fire tho pre?
mises at thc coruer of iVjrrea aa i King, was com?
mitted to jail yesterday by Magistrate Mackey.
There is a lot cf fow a at ruo Dotoctivii oflici. re?
covered from a thief, wi O com Lilted a robbery ia
King-street last Fi id >y. nfc?h?.
On informa'ion n>cived from Captain Murphy,
chief of tho police at Atlant? officer Coates yester?
day arrested a young ma? at ono. i f oar hotels, who
r had in his pos<casii>u a Uiairoua ilug taken from a
wtnin in that city. The property was recovered,
and cn Dabing the cost of arrest, kc, thc man was
1 release J.
WASHING TON LIGHT INFANTRY.
AXNTVER5 \I(Y CELEBRATION OF IHE W. L. L
ODE DY G. HERBERT SASS, ESQ.
ORATION RY REV. J. L. GIRARDEAV, D. D.
Supper, Speeches, Toasts, ?fcc.
The vTaeliington Light lufantry Charitable
Association, celebrated their third anniversiry last
eveuing, by public exercises at thc Central Presby?
terian Church, and a society su riper at Masonic Hall.
Notwithstanding the unpropitious weather, the
church at the appointed hour was filled with the
beauty aud fashion of the city.
Tho exercises were opeucd with praytr by the
Rev. W. C. Daua, the pastor of the chure-J, whose
touching anpoal to tin- ihrouc ofSrace comp lied
tho devout attou?on and enlisted the pr-yerful
sympathy of the assemblage.
Kev. C. P. Gadsd'. n iheu read the ode (written by
G. Gerber: Sass, tsq.,1 which will bo found iu the
poet's corner of THE NKWS this morning, lt is a
finished and gracclnl composition, full of exquisite
fancies; and its beaut ie.- weto greatly enhanced by
thc manner in which it was recited. The clearness
of the Teador's enunciation, the purity of his .ccent,
the con estuca; of his apprehension, the pathos of
his tones, enabled the audience to have a better ap?
preciation of its merits than mo:t readers cou'd
obtain by their unaided efforts.
At the concludion of the reading of the ode, Rev.
J. L. Girardcau pronounced the ora ion, taking as
his subject. Charity. Avoiding generalities and ab?
stractions, and tLo trite reflections which usually
form the ttock of charity discourses, he brongbt the
attention of his audience to the sufferine condition
of the seaboard of South Carolina as compared with
its flourishing condition before the war. He suid
tally that this was a subject ot immediate interest
to h<s audience, and one moro particularly connect?
ed w^th the object" of the association whose anni?
versary was the ocasi?n of tho. celebratioj. He
spoke of thc natural affection cf all men for the
land of their birth, aud with picturesque de-crin
tionand eicqneut illustration he proceeded to show
that the love of thc low-count ry South Caroliuian
for tho rivers, swamps, woodlands and sea shore of
the scenes of his youth, was fir from unreasonable.
Loaviug the description of the naiural beauly of the
country, he next spoke of tbc charming refinement
ct the so -isl life of the peoplo, and the thriLmg his?
torical associations whi-'h kept alive amont: them
thc sont mcuts of patriotism and honor. The part
which slavery filled in Southern society was admira?
bly dc-cribed, and the institution aud thc people
who cherished it wera warmly and effectively de?
fended from the slanders and misieprcscunuion o?
the ou.side world. Ihe breaking out of the war,
and the consequent suffering of tho people, (spe?
cially the refugees, next cla med the attention of the
speaker, and the dread: ul and painful s renes of that
terrible time wero portrayed with a vivid wuihfulntss
Uiat none would apprcei atc more keenly th tn tho au?
dience to which be spoke. 1 ho blazing hom.-stead,
f a r women working iu the field, households bereft of
their beloved; but, above all, the dreadful catas?
trophe ot deleal, the death of the nationality, t n which
wore enrapt every sentiment and affection which
docs h ">nor t o humanity. Th" peace which for many
has been-o revival ol prosperity, but which to HIP r i
fugeos has been worse thau war, a period ol' suffer?
ing without hope, was alluded to iu che mest pa?
thetic terms, and duo credit wis given tor tuc noble
efforts which Lave been made by mau;.- of this un?
fortunate class to recover from their mis'ortuuo.
The contrast between the ceudition of this c'a-s anti
tho ri s: of the people of the South waa noticed and
accounted for, and the sympathy of thc latter asked
for the loonier. In conclusion, thc speaker compli?
mented the association on their charitable effort?,
and saiC tba'- his on y object In portraying suffering
as he h id done was to elicit sympathy lor the suffer?
ers, and nothing wis (urti:cr from his purpose thau
to excite one angry errotbu.
Atter music by tho choir, thc audience was dis?
missed with, tho benediction.
At thc business meeting the fol! owing officers were
elected for thc ensuing year :
Colonel Ci n SntoaioN,''Pr?sident.
H. B. OLN?Y. senior Warden.
Major T. G. BAI KEE.t Junior Warden.
J. L. liONOun, so retar? aud Treasurer.
Pro'. F. L. PABKEH, M D., Surgeon.
Rev. B. C. 1DGKHTOM, Chaplain.
W. M. M?CKE Nf cts. Solicitor.
D. ii. GIU.IXA.ND, I st-waida
F. E. TAYLOR, j ! ie"nrUf'
Committee on Charity.-E. C. Edgerton, ?.. H. Mo
E ewell. Jr., H. 1. Greer, A. W. Taft, J. A. At'.luion.
Commute- on Acc.unts.-L. B. Lovotrr en, J. J.
Small, G. McC. Honour.
Committee o-i Lifers -T. H. Honour, H. H. Wil?
liams. Jr., G. llei ke.
I'ammittee on Bunal Ground at Magno ia Crme
teri/.-C. H. Simouton, ex officio; g. J. Burger, J. H.
Committee on Fair.- ?. B. Olnev. H I Greer, S. J.
Burger. A. W aft, J. J Small. O. B. Gilitlaud. B.
H. McDowell, Jr.. J. II. schroiner, Jr. Or. F. L.
Parket, E. C. Edgeiton. J. L. Sheppard, H. H. Wil?
liams, Jr., J. L. Honour, Y/. E. Bruce, X. A. Honour.
* Vice Cap'ain J. M. Carson, tl eel ned re-election.
t Vice B. I. Greer, doohned re-olestiuu.
About half-past nine o'clock the association assem?
bled at Masonic Hall, where a supper was served as
only Tully knows how-tho banquet being arcona
pani?d with mustc from Meyer's band. Ihc enter?
tainment was somewhat marred by thc absence of a
numbsr of invited guest-, who were unavoidably
pievouted from attonding. Revs. J. L. Girardcau,
C. P. Gadsden and W. C. Dana, and Colonel P. G.
Gaillard Ware all numbered among the missing, os
was also Hen. Charles H. Simonton, the newly elect?
ed president of the society.
In tho ahteaoe of Colonel Slaiontou, H. B. Olney,
Senior Warden, presided. With a tew introductory
remarks, Mr. Olney lead the first rcgul.tr toast, as
1. Ihe Day wc Celeb-atc-Nor lime, nor change
can dun iib lustre; IIB hr.Uowcd memories grow more
tender as faction seeks lo n ur their sanctity.
Thoo. G Barker, Esq., responde.i, and set forth
in eloquent terms the just oUuu of thc South to cele?
brate Waaia1 ugton'd birli-lay, b-.cau-e siio ha i sa 'ri
flcod herself for thu principles of Washiugton, and
ho was willing to leora to tho world hercaLcr lo
judgo wno had tho ocst right to celebrate Washing?
ton's birthday, thc South or her opponents.
The second regular toast was road as follows:
2. Oralor ol ho Day-Woithy of the great theme
Of to-day's discount.-.
A. T. Smythe, Ei-q , responded for Mr. Gioardaau,
md on his part returned his thanks to the society for
t ie comp.uDOoL Mr. .-my he thou spoke of thc
services of Mr. tiirardeau as a chaplaiu in Ibo army
I he tbitd regular toast was jivea as folio ?a:
3 Charity-: he central idea of Christian civiliza?
Bo well T. Logan, Esq., briefly responded.
The fourth regular toast was read as loiiows: _
4 Our S'sier Societies-Wo welcomo them hore
11 ni.:h: as carue.-t co-workers in tho cau-u of ha
Letters wero read from Mr. Archibald Cameron,
President of Vlf. Burns' Assoc:aiiou, and Cap min
Jacob Small, Pr?sident of thc Uermau Friendly
Thc tilth regular toast was read by the Presidont
6. The Press- iw truo value cons'st. io its inde?
penden e. and mpar unity, aud u-mh uluess.
Major J. H. Murrell responded.
The sixth and UH i emular tcast:
6. Woman-Always a court card ia tho game of
Was responded lo with a few fo'M.ous remarks by
Dr. F. L. Parker, the surgeoD of ttic association.
'Ihe tegular toasts being concluded, Mr. Ku ker, a
gentleman from Anderson, was called ou and te
pliod bril fly. .
Mr. L. B. Lovegreen offerer) the health of Lieu?
tenant S. J. Burger-"the noblest Boman cf th. m
Lieutenant Bumer made a shirt and modes', re
plv, and concluded with tho following toast:
Our Lost <'omra^e .-D-ar to th-ir c ?untrf, their
memories are > ns tined in our hearts, anu the day
is not us ant when some monumentui apiicsfcail
record their imperisbit lc nairns. To this good work
we invoke tho aid ol our nebia women of Carolina,
who an- always ready wi.h a helping baud aud heart
to aid us iu tao good work.
After a fow mo-e toasts and speeches, th i members
dropped Ont one by one ?md only .a few choice spirits
were left to co>brato the day in a manner beyond a
icpoi tor's skill to describe.
atssSBS. PBIXUBSE & Co., Horticulturists,
from Erince, who "nave, rcceutly arrived in this eily,
invito attention to their ?ar c and varied collections
from the floral kingdom. Una .ia a rare chance, and
all who h iv? an appreciation tor ? the beauties of na?
ture Fhould visit their store, No. 192 King-street.
February 23 3
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-At the
twenty-ninth anniversary mee tia? of this society,
held tt Kroeg's Hall, Wentwotth-street, sn tho 22d!
instant, the following gentlemen were elected offi?
JOHN B. SHISER. President.
WM. BREDEMAN, Yicc-PrcsiJent.
F. HISCH, Treasurer.
H. HENCKEN Secretary.
Directors -v. 1. W. Svfm, C. H. Kahrs, Sr. A.
Mowry, H. Funek, If. Kahrs, Jr.
WASHINGTON ARTLLLT-.RT FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
Tho third an .iversary meeting of this society was
held at the hall corner of Liberty and King streets
last evenng. when tho followiug oftt-ers were
S. G. HORSEY, President.
W. G. WU'l.DEN, . ,-?_.,_,
JAMES SALVO. ) WARJEL?
P. FALLON", Secretary and Treasurer.
After tho moiling the mom'-era adjourned to a
flu-entertainment. There were regu'ar toas s. which
met wilh ready and happy response;, followed by
brief remarks and pointed sentiment", lt was alto?
gether an agic-ablr evening.
THE WASHINGTON FIRE COMPANY.- This old
and efficient organization of firemen celebrate! their
twenty-ninth anniversary last evening in spirited
style. Having met at their hull ouci dispatched tb*
necessary business they proceeded to an election of
officers fvr thc ensuing year, which resulted as lol
J. M. CARSON, President
L. LAVAXAUGH. Vic.-President.
CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON, Secretary.
CHARLES H. SCUWING, Treat-uier.
T. E. HOGAN, First Director.
F. N. BBOWN, Second Director.
D. F. MAULE. 1 hird Director.
J. M. MURPHY. Fourth Director.
F. O'MAI.-A; First Asman.
H. N. PRECNALL, second Axoiau.
S. if. P.VSSAILAIOCE, Third Axinau.
A. Axsos, Fourth Asman.
F. Mortnis, Engine r. .
Thc eleelioa over, Ihe company and ibVited guests
repaired to Market Dall, whi re Tully servid upa
supper of the choicrst viands, to which ample jus?
tice was done, and whee the substantials had been
duly disc issel, th" following regular toasis were an?
nounced, to which dequ nt responses were made:
lhe Day ?c Celebrate-?.?niven oa the dial of i'.n
mortality, sacred from Time's irreverent touch.
lhe stat-.- of south Carolina-Her sons whl yet
rend tho sackcloth from h 1 brows, and bind them
with . pVa wreaths ol houor.
Our City-In ?bc bright future we hope to win for
her that sway o'er comm ree which in thc pride of
our hearts we deem her due.
'ibo Fire Department-Tlif-ir zeal and rfUcicucy
may be read in characters of fire.
This company has bceu under tlc presidency of
Jno. J. Lafar, John B. Martin, Chas. Syfan, A. Dtt
fort, J. L. Marshliurn, all of whom were untiring in
th-ir z;al for i'3 prosperity andgloiy. lhey have
lately laid tho nmntle ot ihc.r chotee on Captain
James M Careou, than whom none worthier lives to
administer their aiTairs.
THE GERMANIA RUND.-One of those ex?
ceeding y enjoyable entertainments for which this
society of whole-souled young Germans is famous,
was given .asl evcuing as a testimonial t > their ex
president, Mr. A. l orre, wh>> is about t > sever his
pleasant relations with them by removing lo lhe
West. The early i art of the evening Was t-peut in
enacting a brief drama, entitled "Mirk for Mark."
which developed no little histrionic talent on thc
ptirt of ihe persouators of the various characters.
I he rom iucer of thc evening wis s peut in dancing.
THE WHTE FAWN, in spite of weather and
and circus and th? nniicrous celebrations, drew
another iuiiuoase h ms-last tveniog, and tho pcrfor
naauce passed off mtiic smoothly, if possible, than
cn previous occasions. The dancing was superb, and
Alico Vane, as the Princess resarce, achieved a great
triumph, and was rewarded with a shower of
bouquet-. Tho trancformalion scene, ls "innumer?
able of splendid dyes." Silver, gold, coral, shapes
of beauty, au 1 floods of light, combine herein, and
make a momaatai" s.ilcudor that bathes thc eyes
in pie sure. It is a fit ending lo a volume or spark?
ling delights. To-nigh' will be posilively the last
represent alion of the Fawn.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST
CostP'Jrr.-lhe stockholders of this company mot
yesterday ut the hall o' the Southwestern Railroad
Bank. Wm. C. Bee, Esq. wa ? called to tho Chair,
and G. L. Buist, Esq was requited to act as Sec?
Messrs. Goo. S. Cameron and A. P. Jo'.iuston, com
mi-sio crr. reporto 1 that the neyssary subs ription
to organize bad heirn taken, aud the amount requir?
ed under the charier had been paid in cash.
On n.oticu of Henry Buist, Esq. an election for
eighteen directors to serre for the ensuing yeer was
catered into willi the following result : Geo. S.
Caa eton. Wm. C. Bte, A. S. Johnston, Robt Mure.
W. B. Wilhams, E. H. Frost. W. K. Ryau. J. E.
Adger, Heury G cardin, G. L. Buist, C. G. Memmio
ger, T. J. Kerr, J. T. Wclsraan, J. J. Grfgg, J. D.
Aiken, Jolm Carapace, B. O'Neill, A. P. Ca.dwell.
The boord will meet to-day and elott a prcsidcut,
and thc company will soon go into operation.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY MONUMENT.
At a meeting of a contraittoc of thc Washington
Light Infantry Charitable Association, yesterday
afternoon, it wa? determined to erect a monument
to the dead of the various Confederate companies
that sprung from thc old Washington Light Infan?
try, and to hold a fair in May to aid thc society in
that and their general charitable purposes.
Two designs of a monument were submitted by
Mr. W. T. White, an old member ot the corps, bolh
very handsome. One is for a monument thirty teot
hi"h, of pure white marble, in three parts: 1. A tase
of successive blocks, of dimini-hin:? 6?ze, tormiug
slops all around; 2. Ihree tablets for the dead re?
spectively of f ompiuy A, Ihe Hampton Legion, aud
Company B: Above these tablets thc words "Ber?
muda Hundreds," in large letters, and.below them
"Weldou Railroad," ..Manassas"and "Fort Fisher;"
J. A shaft with the .seal ot the company in relief.
This monument would cost $5000. The otb ;r is not
so elab?ralo, and consequently not --o costly.
REPOSTER';. CRUMBS.-The bat masque of
the Independent Order of R'nai B'ri'h, lo como off
on the 25th at South Carolin J Hall, ls to be a stylish
Yesterday, Washington's Birthday, was a dingy,
drizzly aud very unpleasant day.
There was a wild minor afloat yesterday that TilU
fcury is going to establish himself ai Mayor, and
make tho Clark dynasty tho aggressors.
The plank road at thc comer of Shepherd and Kin t
streets is being toru up preparaaary to au improve?
ment of .he road.
J. P. stratton, a little boy ot the Rev. T. Porter's
school, waspainiully wounded in thu e e yesterday
by u piece of Blick, which Middleton, another
scho'ar, was playing w.th.
Rutledge Avenu \ just above Morris-street, needs
Thc bit vmsqw of the Turnvereins last night was
not inferior to uuy cutc:tatnm"ut of thc ?casou.
Tho Sou h . arolina Friendly Soc etv celebrated
their twenty-ninth anniversary list evening by a
supper at Kioog's Hall, Wentwonh-sir.o..
I The first colored fire oompany eve? iucorporated
in this State is tho "Comet," whi h received its
charter ou the Cist mata it.
A counterfeit Oi a ?2 United slates Treasury cot?
! is in circulation in this cly. lt tuiy bo kno.vuby
tho coarseness of tba vignotte, tho geucr I eluoisl
ncos of the printing, au.I da ker but> of greca thar,
THE COMET FTBE COMPANY.-Thia very re?
spectable organization of colored firemen, who by
their orderly conduct and r. s^ectahic demeanor
have commendoi themselves to the favorable con?
sideration of the commnuitv, celebrated their
eighteenth anniversary yes crday hy a pjrade and
trial of the apparatus oe Broad-strcct. Th mem?
bers presented a nea: an 1 tidy appearance, ?nd tko
cugiuc was ina condition that evinced nit.nti n ou
the>r part. Ai'.crthc parade was over they partook
of a su ?per at Bouuas'S Hall, r-renar.jd by .-aiage.
Tuey enjoyol themse.vc* by sp.-oohes, sou? and
! sentiinc .tuu'il a lalo hour, lhe following aro thc
officers: Jo'm ic campbell, PresiJc-n ; Josiah Fcu
! nick, Vice-Prc-ident; Go J. W. Ktizar, secretary; R.
Dickinson. Treasurer; Allin Me?.loud. F.rst Diroc
' tor; Tho?. Rivara, h ec cud Director; H. R. Ham lo.
ton. Third Director; W C. Eivers, Fourth t'itcetor;
James J. Young, Engineer; Wm. Lobtu-on, First
Axtnan; Nathl. Dickinson, Sccocd Axmau; Isaac
J. Carrol, Chairman Committee on Burial S rounds;
Josh. H. Stuart, Chairman Committee on Finance;
C.Ladson, Ccairain Committee on Sick.
I HOTEL ABUTTALS, FEBSCAB? 22.-Pavilion
Hotel-J C Murphy, Williamsburg; M W VenLing,
John Yenning, South Carolina; N J Thouron, steam?
er Dictator; W D Bell, Orangebnrg; J H Bama, New
Jersey; Jenn P Jones, Kentucky; RH Whohorn, F
W Josi, A Piessloy, OSackett, B scott. Now York; A
Millway, Virginia; Captain dowell, E Sparhawk,
Charleston Hotel-James Robinson and firmly,
James M Nixon and lady, Thomas Ho .'ge and lady,
C Dickenson, Peter Gannon, E C Howos, Circus Com?
pany; EB Pre-ton, Rtaodo Island; Lope. Troy, N Y:
James E Miller, New York; James Thompson, Sa?
vannah; F A Ostandcr, Troy, N Y; Mr and Mrs
Grant and daughter, Detroit; W R Cook, wife and
dauch'er. Geo H Norton, Mew Yoik; Charles Henry,
Dr Bohort Henry, South Carolina; John A McRae,
Bennettsv'lle; H H Harris, Chicago; J A Rus-, Jr,
New York; WC Workman, Savannah.
PROMPTITUDE in tho settlement of losses ia
one of the surest and simplest tests cf soundness
and good management in a life insurance company.
Mr. L. i . Allm-rs, who recot tly died, had insured
his lite in tho Guardian Mutual Lifo Insurance Com?
pany of New York. Yesterday the amount of thc
policy, although not duo till March 31, was promptly
paid to his widow, Mr?. Marie Allracrs, b- tue agent
for Charleston, Mr. R. Issrrtel. It is but just to tho
company to montion that no discount was made on
account of the early settlement of the claim.
KNOBELOCH & SMALL.-Messrs. Wm. Knobe?
loch, Jr., and Jeun J. Small, have formed a copart?
nership at No. 78 East Bay, for the transaction of a
wholesale flour and commission business. These
are j oung Chnrlcstonidns of enterprise and business
talent, coupled with a long experience in the flour
trade, 'ihty are confidently recommended as
reliable and energetic, and are an acquisition to
TOE PBOPKIETOBS OF "Wliann'a Raw Bone
Supciphosphate ot Lime cordially I'ivite farmers.
dealers ajd odiers interested in procuring a first
class manure, to call aud examine their works, see
p:oecss of manufacture, and inspect the m aterials
used. They have no secrots, give full value, and
guarantee their Phosphate toc?me up to the itan
dird auaiysis. Claiborn, Herring & Co. are the
agents for the sale of it in Augusta a .d Charleston.
February 23 Imo
$3000 TO $?U0?> WANTED.
QfcCUBED BY FIRST MORTGAGE ON HEAL ES
IO TA iE in elly, valued at Sl?.nOO, policy ofiu
smnnc; assigned aud one per cent per uiOLtii and
examination of titles will be a lowed, for twelve
mouths. Add ess BOX No. :?20, Postolllce, Charles?
ton ttitbs.1 February 'J3
SSA'IE SOOTH CAROLINA STOCKS
State South Carolina Bonds
Northeastern Railroad Bonds
.-nmh Carollua Bailioad Bonds
South Carolina Railroid Sto^k.
J. DKAYIVN fORD, Broker,
February 23 I No. 40 Broad-street.
BANK ML??J! JUNK BILLS!
ALL KINDS BOUGHT BY
AND KEW M MORELAND.
February lfi Eroker, No. 8 Broad-street.
f rugs, (Clitmtc?ls, Ctr.
c. F PANKNTN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IJ1IIE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION t? bi? elo-U A? tba liest InipnrlpJ ?nd Domes?
Of his business he bestows thc utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees the PURITY or thc
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefullv at all hours of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIE3ANN & CO.,
OIF NSW "YORK.
IIIS STOCK OF
Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes.
PER FU M ERIES, <fce.,
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for tho sale o:' the celebrated
Boxbridge Alum Spring Water,
A supply ol' which is always ou hand.
Which have established for thomsolves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort anJ attention ho hopes to
merit a continuance of tho pub.ic patronage which
has hitherto been eximid, rt to him.
Eioruary 16 tuthslyr
No. 99 B'' OAD-.-TBEM f,
V H A ll L E ? TO N. H. C.
?'RAN>1KN.'. FAMILIE-; aud DAY BOAUDat the
most resounbio tenu?, by
Mic. R a FlNNfeT.
January .'10 siuiliiJiuo
j|Lj A .\ S 1 ti.% II O V S IS ,
Camden, S. C.
TRIVET LIBS WILL FIND GOOD AND CLEAN
BOOM-', a good fab e, and every attention requisite
to their comfort.
Try me and judge for yourecJves. Cuarpes rea?
sonable. E. G. ROBINSON,
February 3 tu5* Proprietor.
BY T. JU. CA TEK.
Will be sold, on Brown's Wharf, THT3 DAT, at three
quarters-past 9 o'clock,
130 tubs and kegs of BUTTER, all fresh and just
50 bbb. Flour, direct from the West
200 cases assorted Liquors
50 tabs Lard
25S0 lb?, choice new sugar cured New Tork Strips.
Conditions cash. February 23
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 23d instant, will be sold before
our store, at 10 o'clock,
100 barrete BRUCE'S CONCENTRATED FERTIL?
IZER, said to be superior to Peruvian Gnano, one of
thc most ac?vc and valuable Fertilizers ever offered
to th? Farmers, composed of Swan Island Guano,
Dr' Grouud Charcoal aod Drird Mi at.
Coniitions ca-h. tuth-tn4 February 23
Forty Acres Farming Land tn St. Andrew's
BY B. M. MARSHALL <fc BRO.
On TUESDAY, March 2. at 13 o'clock, will be sold at
the Old Post?nico,
Tho above, lying on oast wde of oublio road,
four mites lrom Brldtre Ferry, and bounded by lands
of Parker, frost, Macwood and Bull.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Tract q/" 1402 Acres of Land at Auction.
BY K. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, March 2d. at ll o'clock, will be sold
at tho i ld Postomcc,
Theabovo TRACT, being in Charleston County,
on waters of Cooper River und Wadboo swamp, as
will be sceu by plat at the sale, lt is well timbered.
Terms cash. Purchaser ta pay for papers.
February 23 tu2
Premises 2Yo. 8 West-street at Auction.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, March 2, at ll o'clock, wi! be sold,
at the Old PoEtoillco.
The PREMISES, No. 8 West-street, containing a
wooden residence ol 4 rooms, iu the rear of which
is a brick dwelling of 4 rooms, and a building with
a la?gc hall. Gas, eistetn. AC, on thc lot, which
measures 40 by 202 .lect, more or lesa.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance in 1 and 2 years,
secured by bond and mortgage, interest 7 per cent.,
payable semi-annually: buddings to bc insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay auctioneers for
pipet s and stumps. tus3 February 23
Residence 2Yo. 2 Drake-street, at Auction.
BY E. M. MARSHALL & BRO
On TUESDAY, March 2, at ll o'clock, will bc sold,
at thc Old Postomeo.
Thc above WOODEN DWELLING, contalulug
fonr square rooms, kitchen, kc. 'Ihn Lot, high and
dry. measures 40,'i by 124 fecL
Conddionr-'jno-half cish; balance in one and
two years, secure ) ORU-tial. Building? to bc Insur?
ed und policy assigned. Purchaser to pay Auc?
tioneers tor papers und stamps.
February 23 tus3
Sfjirts ano /amisl)in>j Qr o o bs.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLE WEN'S FURNISHING STORE
GENILEMEN'3 FURNISHING STORE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING SIORE
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 CELEBRA I ED
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Whieh are i ffcrcd for sale at tho LOWEST CASH
Meeting-street, opposite tho Markot Hall.
February 9 Cmos
(?loii)i)tg uni) /urnisi)ing (?toobs.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
IN ORDER TO DISPOSE OF THE BALANCE OF
FALL AND WINTER
So as to make room for our
SPRIN3 AND LU M WI ER SUPPLIES
Which we expect the lauer pari of this month, wo
have reduced thc prices of our Goods
KEttAItDLriSSJ TO COST OP MAA UK" A C
TU lt J lt G Tttli SABIK.
Iban ki na thc public for their very libera! patron?
age, we ho;>o by our fair dealing tr? merit a ccnliu
uaucti of thc same. We respectfully invite one and
all lo cull and sec for themselves.
I. L. FALK & CO.,
RETAIL DEPARTMENT No. 303 KTNG-ST..
Next to Cowperthwait's Furniture Store,
No. 107 Mocting-streot.
February 2 Imo Opposite charleston Hotel.
M P O ll TH li S UK
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, &c.,
And Dcalcra tn
CHO WE FAMILY GEO OERIES.
W\T S. CORWIN & CO.
?55*Goods delivered lo all parts oi ibeCity.
yy (Lus & CsMlSOLin.
FACTORS, COMMISSION 51ERCHANT8
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AM
SHIPMENT ito Foreign, ?nd Domestic Ports! ot
ROYTON, RUT, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOKES
ATbaNlTO WUi BIT. Charleston, O.
K.WfLI IS.A. h. HUISO! M.
Q. K O . M . li O 1* I* O C ti,
Charleston, S. c.
P. QADCD3M HASELL. 6mos fientomber 21
Sundries at Auction.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
THIS DAT, the 23d matant, at half-past 10 o'clock
at my office. No. 40 Broad-street. 1 will seB,
Owe handsome BRUSSELS OARPET
Uno Extension Dinmg Ta'de
One pair handsome Rosewood Secretaries
One s tool, Music stand, ic. ?cc.
Conditions cash. February 23
Buggies and a Sulkey at Auction.
BY I. S. Ii. BENNETT.
THIS DAT, in front of my office. No. 40 Broad
' street, at half.pa^t IO o'clock, I will eell,
One TOP BUG OY, almost new
One Second-hand Four Seat Buggy
One Sulkey, one i addle.
Conditions cash. February 23
Assorted Dry Goods.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DsY. 23d instant, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell at
our Auction Salesroom. No. 135 Meeting-street,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DESIRABLE DUY
CONSISTING IN PART OF:
BLACK AND PION TED SaTTNETS, Kentucky
Jeans, Plaids, Bleached and Brown ;-birtiogs, Ging?
hams, Black Alpacas, Cottona .'es, Balmoral Skirts
Taney and Mourning Prints, Colored Cambrics
Head Handkerchiefs, flax 'Jbread, Pant Buttons
Hooks and Eyes, Pant Buckles, Pins, Hemp Twine
Conditions cash. February 23 .
Butter, Strips, Shoulders, ?v.
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
lu front of their Store, No 30 Veudne Baree, at half
paet 9 o'clock. 'J Hl? DAY,
40 tub3 GUSH EN BUTTER
30D0 pounds strips
1000 pounds Shoulders
15 barrels Beet [Mess)
2000 poueds Heads and Jolee
5 half barrels Pias' Feet
COCO pounds Codfish
30 packages (Davie' Leaf; Lard. February 23
Horses, Mules, (\fdce Desks, Tables, Chairs,
Inkstands, Ben Racks, Letter Bress, Wool
len Overcoats and Blouses.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
"Will bc sold TO-MOBROW, 24th February, at ll
o'clock, nt southeast corner East Bay and South
A lot ol OFFICE f'ESK*. Chairs, Tables, Ink?
stands, Overcoats, Blouses, fcc.
?nd at half.pRsi 10 oVlork, in front of our office.
No. 3G Broad-sircet,
A lot of MUL>S, HO. S Eh. ?c.
Tr rms cash. Articles to be removed immediately
after the sale. .February 23
UNDEH BECHEE IN KQ.UIT Y.
The Provident Institution for Saving in the City
of Charleston vs. Robert J. Limehouse.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
By virtue of thc Decree made in this ca-e, I will sell,
at the Old Postoffice, on TUESDAY, tho 16th day
of March next, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LoT OF LaND, situate, lying and being
on thc soul'j Mde of Tradd-stroet in tbe City o'
Charleston, with a Dwelling House and Building
'hereon, formerly known by the number sixty-nine
169), but now by tbo number seventy-seven (No. 77);
bulling und bounding to ihr south on laud now or
late of J .nues English, tn the east on land now or
lute of B. W. Ems;, mau, to the west on land now or
late or John Cunningham, and to the north ou
Tra?d-stri ct. Measuring and containing in front
tbiriy-f ix (3G) fc<-t. more or less, and in depth, by
measurement as the fence no v ?tanJs, ono hundred
(let)) fee: moro or less, being thc same lot conveyed
to tiobert Eiineboiisc by Henry C. Glover, hxocutor
of John Duncan, by deed bearing date Ilia 2Cth day
of March. 1828, bv which said deed the depth of the
above lot in described us one hundred aud twenty
(120) fee-, more or Ie*s.
Terms-One-half cash; baan co on a crodit of one
year, to bc .secured by bond and mortgage of prom?
ises; ttie bulldlnea to be insured, and kejt insured,
ant1 thc pol rv t?s3igucd. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. " E. W. M. MACKEY,
lebruary 23 l.mchl8,16 S.C.C.
At'CTION I> CH Kit AW.
Planters Hotel and Furniture.
I will seil 011 9th March next, the PLANTER'S
HOTEL AND PURNI lUKE, sals ta be on ae
pnmises at 10 o'clock A. ai. Ihc Furniture to bc
sild tor cash; the Hotol ouc-quarer cash, tbe
balance in one and two years, with interest from
dato. W. GODFRY, Executor.
Cbcraw, S. C., February 9,1809.
February lil tu2
<lt?url)inm), (Mings, (Eic.
FROM 4 TO 350
boree power, inolnding tbe
ce ebrattd Corliss Cnt-ofl
Eugin-s, Slldo Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
iL'ngiDes, kc. .tlso. Circu?
lar. -MuI.iv and Gang saw
.Mills, rugar One Mills,
-hilting, Bulleys. fcc , Ljih
.bd ?hlaglc Mills, Wheat
aud Com Mills. Circular
aws. Beltiug, fcc. Send
tor descriptive Circular and
Pries I ixt.
WOOD k MANN STEAM ENGINE, CO.,
February 18 ii rr os_Uilua. New York.
PIKE NIX IKON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAVLOR&1CO.
CA RI KRON & CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers. &c.
Nos. 4, C and 8 PR ITCH ARB-STREET.,
(NEAR THE DRY DOOK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM" ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND TORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVER}
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS ' FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON O
Wo guarantee to furnish ENGINE ?> and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and atas low rates as
can be bad lu New York, Balli more or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft/s Low-water Detector.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIR* PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Foiruary 1 ?*o ?<toi
LEATHE? AND RUBBER
Riv; ts and Burs
Belt Hooks, &c,
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 2 03 KAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
T U. C ?? Jtt JD K A * & CO.
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR M ANUFACTURERS
No. 2 PRITCUARD-STR VET,
(OPPOSITE TAYXOn'S M AC li IN kt SHOP).
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNiUZED, ALWAYS
oil hand. Odd Sizes made at the sboiteei notice,
and at the lowe-t terms.
L. E. CORDBAY.C. TROUOHE. j
January 5 tntbeano
Valuable Real Estate corner Broad and
Church attests-to be sold at Risk of for?
mer Purchaser, he having failed to comply
with terms of Sale.
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will sell THIS DAT. the 23d instant, at Uie Old
Postofflce, Broad-street, at ll o'clock,
Tk at D Cb IBA BLE CGhN?? STOBE, corner of
Broad and Church streets.
- -e TWO ADJOINING 8TOBES on Broad-street,
measuring on Broad-street sixty-one (61) feet, more
or less, and onChurchtMriy-ei?bt(SS*j tfeetmore or
less. The aber? property to be sold loather.
Terms-ene third cash; balance in one and two
years ia equal annual insta monts, secured by bond
and mortgage, with Interest from day of sale at
teven per cent. Purchaser to pay Auctioneer fer
papers and stirnns. february 28
House and Lot A'o 18 Burns' Lane-to be
soldat Risk of former Purchaser, he having
failed lo comply with terms of ?'ale.
- WM. McKAY,
Will sell THIS B?7. ?3d insfawt at tho Old Post*
office, alli o'clock, '
That DEBES A BLE TWO-AND-A-HALF STOBT
DWELLING and two story Bitahen. lot measures
twenty-five foot front by ono hundred and nine feet
Terms-One half cash ; balance in one_yo.ir, secur?
ed by bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay Ano
ti oncer for papers and sumps._February 23
Strips, Potatoes, Vinegar, ??c.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
THI? DAT. 23d instant, wi! be sold before our store,
No. 137 East Bay, at lb o'clock,
10 bbls. ?TBLPS AND BELLY BAt.'ON i
100 bbls. prime Seed and Eating Potatoes
10 bbls Cider and White Wine Vinegar
G boxes Bologna Sausages
GOO reams Mraw Paper, assorted, Ac.
Conditions cash._February 23
Horses, Mules and Vehicles; also, Chairs, Ta?
bles, Bureaus, Extension Table, Stoves,
Bookcase, Secretary, Carpet?, Mirrors,
Desks, Piano and Jewelry, at Auction. '?
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Tu- MORBOw, the 21th instant, at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom, No. 31 Broad-t 'xeet, will be sold. .
FRENCH BURR MTLLslONES. Slates for roofing
and other sundries. 2* February 23
Nb. 22 Calhoun-street, with Buildings thereon,
South side, near Anson-street, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TUESDAY, the 2d of March, at ll o'clock, at the
Old Postofflce, will be sold,
The above, containing 43 feet front by 164 feet
deep on the cost lino, by 153 feet on the west line,
more or less. * >
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in one and
two years, secured aa usual. A liberal discount for
?jj cash._tuthmtn4_Febraary 23
T. A II GK SALE UP HEAL, ESTATE IN
ATLAN t'A. GA.
Will be sold on thc first TUESDAY in March, hythe
Administrators of William Berring, deceased,
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
First. A nugnifl:eat FAMILY. aiANSlON, four?
teen rooms wita necees .rv c ose ts and outhouses,
situated ou Peacbt ee-street, in a first class neigh?
borhood in every respect.
Second. Seven Cil Y LOTS within ore hundred
feet of tho Statehouse and Ftr.t Baptist Church,
four cf which have improvements on them; ona of
tboso has a good oigbt-room brick house finished
throughout with closets.
Third. AB'iTCK nTOREHOU>E cud Kitchen, in
the most desirable business part of the city, on
Whitehall-"!' cet, fron?ug 27 feet on Whiteball-j treat,
and running back ono hundred and nineteen, feet,
wita the right of an alley.
Fourth. Au exe lieut r'AElI nf 178acres on Peach?
tree Read, four miles from tho cit*; filly acres of
cotton land, with a goad peach ?rahard ?nd good
Fifth. An interest in WILD L4ND3; also Notes
and Account, and .Stocks in several Manufacturing
Companies. Mr. Herring having been long a resi?
dent ot Atlanta, he selected the mont desiraole prop?
erty, both as to present and prospective value; con?
sequently every foot ondrea1 ta No. 1 io o very re>
?erms- One-taird cash; tho balance In four and
eight months, with interest from day of sale.
J. W. HEREIN U.?
? W. F. HLRBING,
N. L. ANGIER. i
A. LEYDEN, j
february 13 Die 18
?Urtieneers' fprtnate Soles.
Residence in Lamboll street.
BY LOWNDES & G RI M BALL,
No. 30 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
ill at largo HES IDEN CE, No. U Lamboll-street,
containing niuo rooms and diessing rooms; water
works lu tile douse. Lot measures 65 by 130 feet
February 23 ta tim
Residence on Broad street.
BY LOWNDES & G RI MB ALL,
Nb. 80 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
That three storr BRICK HOUSE, known as No. 96
Broad-street, contai lng 6 room*, pantry and dress?
ing rooms, with kitchen of i rooms. Gas through?
out the House. Lot 34 br 184 toot deep.
LOTS on Rutledge avenue an ll Knsan-sixeet.
February 16 tu6
IO BUSINESS NEN,
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
I* ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; bas a loree clrou.ation, and affords su?
perior advautagos as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addrea DARR k OsTEEN,
February 22 Proprietors.
MBf'SBK. PELLOWE k CO.. HORTICULTU?
RISTS, from Paris, have the honor to inform
the pub I o that they have arrived in this city with a
beautiful assortment of
.PLANT'S ANO FANGT SHKUBg,
For Gardens ard Houses, as Io lows :
100 different kinds of very fine grafted SOSES'.
40d va> ieties of FRUIT T UL KA of the finest quali?
ties, amana w ici ara tho Cherry Tr?e (Herpress
Eugenie) cigti' oi thc Cherries weighing one pound.
'1 ho i.utier Pear, incomoar.tble, w- igt? from one
t<> two pound- each; and a large assortment Of
Flowers ana Vccctable r-eed
Also very fine Bulbs of every sort, which remain
io bloom from five to s x u < nth?.
Curuatiim I'iuks ( ew varetics) recently intro?
duced in Fi ance.
Amateur, aro solicited to call and examine the
abovo assortments at tao stora No. 192 King-street.
All of the it io ve fiants will be warraH'ed, as the
import?is ire weil ino wu among H rtuultnrists in
titi - countr. ai (OspoiiHible iu tb* ir engagements.
February 17 12 Pt- LLOR>B k CO.
H WiNG TAKEN
HOCKADAY'? STABLES AND LOTS
Is now prepare! to keep CATTLE, HORSES and
SIOCIC of ev-rv descriptou. 'Jhen- i* a good
pump a-id large s?edd on thc lot. I wal sell Stock
on small comm ssi MI. Imo FebruarfS
M. L. FILLE Y'S
Celebrated Cooking 4 toTcsJT
" PHlLANTHR?flST" AND "CIVILIAN,"
Manufacture J at Troy, N. T., and for sale by
D, L. FULLERTON,
mHE?3 STAVES STAND CN'RTV'LLED FOR
J. capacity, dar b Uly, convenience and the gen?
eral purpose to which i'oak i nu Stoves are used. The
PHUANi UROPlM is eitra heavj pl ted, and has
Ash Dtawcr; can be mad* into a six boiler hole
stove: bas cost iron Wuer Taok Galvanized, or
emmcl lined. A strictly first-class ?tove. The'
tit Vii.J AS ii .ot a neat design, and has afine larg?
Oven. ThlrStove ia 1 ba had with tho ?xtanalon
oarfc. six boles, and reservoir when desired,
For further information apply to
D. L. F?LLE ll TON,
January 30 Omos ' Augusta, Ga.