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AUCTION SALES IBIS DAT.
LEITCH & Envy?; -ci-j11 poll at ll o'clock, ai tho
old Postoiucc, son.ii Carolina Railroad stock and
G. McD-trr-F SMITH ".iii sell at 10 o'clock, at Iiis
offleo, Broed-Slreet, bir'e?. rnu'es. vehicles. Ac;
also, at ll oVIjuk, a: tho old Postoffi-e, tho Purcell
Knox. DALY k Co. will sell a', ll o'clock, at South
Atlantic wharf, sloop Louisa.
J. A. FSSLOW & Co. vi 1 roll at ll o'clock, on
Palmetto whan, aeirgo of snsar and molasses.
MILKS DKAXK v i i ; V. at 10 o'clock, st his store,
corner King and Liberty stteets, fancy goods, aiio.s,
AIEETIXGS TP IS DAT.
Marion Lodere, nt 7 P. M.
Workingmen, at naif-past 7 P. M.
THE DAILY ISBWS PBICE CURRENT AND COM
j?EnciAL CmcuLAr. will be ready for dotivery at our
cou^bng rocm at nine o'clock this morning. Single
copies five cents. Orders for ten copios and over
will bo filed at the rate of two and a half cents rer
THE Pearn BALL hst nisrht waa a splendid
affiir. Tho OOStrrmeawere costl,' and unique, and
inolaCed every variety, from the beautiful to the
grotesque. As wc go to press the merry makers
are whiling away tee night in the mazes of the
COTTON BY STEAM_Messrs. B. Mure & Co.
cleared ye=terdav, ter Liverpool, tho fino steamship
Golden Horn, willi three hundred and forty-five bags
of sea island cotton, two thousand four hundred and
sixty-three bales anisad cotton, oi thousand sacks
cotton seed and fourteen barrels roi ..
DBDGS, MEDICINES &c-Our readors will
observe ia our advertising columns to-day, that tho
late copartnership of Messrs. E. H. Kellers k Co.,
wholesale and retail druggists, has bcoa dissolved.
Dr. H. Baer, one of the copartners of the late firm,
wdl continue tho busiuess at the old stand, and we
hope will continuo to enjoy tho same good run of
Custom which tbe bouse has had during thc past
SALE OF BEAL ESTATE.-A. C. Mcgillivray,
auctioneer, sold yesterday, uoder decree in equity,
for Sheriff Mackey, tho following property, t rms
one-third casb, bahaco ia one, two, three and four
Lot in Coming, near Morris-street, forty feet by
three hundred, with wooden buildings thereon,
known as No. 105, tor $1100.
Lot in Coming-street, forty-three foet by one hun?
dred and for:y, with iroodsn buddings thereon,
L-t^wn as Kos, ICO cad 163, for $900.
THEATRE.-TIC second perfdrmanco of the
Midsummer Night's Droam pas<ed off smoothly and
success ully last night. Thc ascension of Puck, ?he
panorama cf Athens, and tho other scenic effects cf
thepieco were admirably rendered, and tho exqaisite
dancing of Mlle. Di .ni elicited, as usu >1, a storm of
We have beard tin desire very generally expressed
that at thc farewell ap. earanccof the compauyon
Saturday ovenins thc White lawn should be again
CLUBS AND STABS.-Tho following cases were
disposed ot in tu-j Mayor's Court yesterday morn?
Benjamin Henry, colored, arrested for stealing a
pioce of lead pipe off the gas metre in tho Bouse of
Correctien. sent to hi Douse of Corrocr'oa.
Mrs. M. Costello, refried tor having a stolen
stove in her junksh. p la Biaufdn-streei, and ref Is?
ing to allow private -niith to oxamlnc har books, bo
having an order to do so from the Captain of the
Police. Fined ?10.
The Chief of thc Tiro Deparlmont was instructed
to investigate tho Exohange street fire and report
Prince Turner, colored, arrested for stabbing Hen?
ry Lewis, coloren, in the back, on a raft at the .' >ot of
IuPBOvfiD COTTON.-The persevering: activity
with which Southam planters and farmers are apply?
ing their ability to the development of the resources
around them, the applioatien of the best ferUlizers,
ajpd the use of the moat improved instrumentalities
in the cultivation of the sou. are indications that
prosperity and wenlth will, ere long, reward their
efforts. The great staple, cotton, ol coarse attracts
a large share of attention, and the exertions to im?
prove lt, both in quanti y and qaality, exceed Im?
measurably all provions attempts>> The numerously
Improved qualities of cotton are quite extraordinary,
and some of them are most superior specimens of
the article. Among otb rs wh-ch bare attra-ted at?
tention is the Peeler codon, grown in the southwest
by Mr. B. Pee'er. Messrs. Fraser k Dill, f.ctora of
oar city, have just received from M?.ssrs. Manlove k
Hobart, ol Vicksb urg, a bale ot the genuine Peeler
ootton, a sample of which is on exhibition at their
office. The specimon will b; t J und worthy the a'
teutlon of cotton m?r:hints
HOTEL ARRIVALS, February 23.-Charleston,
Hotel.-V C Kirk, R D Ki t, South Carolina; A G
Mandel, New York; L Lyon, Daltiwor*; C Richard?
son and lady, J P Richardson, south Carolin i; Re v
Wm Martin. Columbia; J H Kinslon-, New Orleans;
J C Gillett, Augu-ta; Thomas F .?ymraes, Co'umbia;
N G Calen, Sumter; J Gannon. New York; WHebn,
Philomel i tua; Iheod ro Gil.-nau. J W Carpenter, J 3
Ward and wife, M ss Ward. New York; G H Mart?D.
. Bald core; S Blackman anC. wife, Massachusetts;
Mrs J D Eldridge, New York; W H Wih-on and wife,
Philadelphia ; H C shelton, Connecticut; H I i tm av.
wife, child ai d servant, Miss 8 Ditmay, Miss Kryt
ton, C A Clarkson > ew York; L Briggs, Connect?
ent; W C Langley sid son. New York; J W Rears,
Gcoigia; D Zimmermann, J C courtney, South Caro?
lina; J J Atwater. co m -e tient.
Pavilion Hotel.-L E Sooner, Bamberg; M H
Mahers, Georgetown; EW Blame,Floreuco; Captain
Fvane, Washington; J D Weekley, Orauseburg; Cha?.
B Bates, S C; M Mareo. L??rs. S C ; J W Pickering,
John's Isl md; F K S meon, G Pocket, Pans; MisC
H Petting H, chilJ and servant. Kingtree; B Un tor?
wood, N Y; J F Garner, Timmousvillr ; J B Patter?
BEPORTEBS' CRUMBS.-B. F. Travelleck, the
Michigan mechanic, wlU a'dress the workingmen
Thi readme roam o? the Pa vi ion Hotel is now
abudantly snpp led with uJl the latest paper?.
Holmes t Macboth have off cted the sale of the lot
thirty by one hundred fest Queen-street, north of
Archdale-street. for >C01 cash.
In the case of the . Ute a carnet Bingley and Godfrey,
indietod for highw.-.y ronbery and assault and bat?
tery, and tried on Wednesday last, they were only
found ffuilty of _ssau.ll and feafer.-. acd not of high?
way robbery, s Stated yesterday
The stan li ult devoir pments ia referenee to the
Mayoralty did n 11 ke placo yesterday accordine to
rumored progr mme.
There was some id lo tait yesterday about a colli?
sion between a prominent city official and a po'ice
man, all of which i yriooi larg ly ot' moonshine.
? The Union . Lea"uo had a meeting last LLjht and
It is cu.rcutly nmored that !be6:h Infantry will
leave tho i iry nc-1 . U-J-U y for ihe Wcsiern pra ric?.
Manager Gran, of ihn Germ iu opera, is in ibo city
matin: airanfcenica-toto briu.iont tb j opera mcredi
The sacred concert elven at St. Mary's Church last
evening under too direction of Mrs. Barbot was
another saecess, bo h as to the music and the at?
THE UNITED STATES COURT. FEBRU\RY 25.
Hos. GEO. S. RUTAN PRESIDING.-Tho po'.ilioa of
Ar hur Hammond, to sol up lieu againr-r Theodore
Stoney, was amended FO as to make William Hocka
dav a parly, and that he report amount ol tent paid
bankrupt, ard rhow cause why rent toaceruc should
not bo paid *e purchaser. Final hearing m tho
cases of John W. Falk an.1 Ai thur \V. F. to'minons,
was ordered f>r the loth April. George K. Ti.an
was approved as assignee in tte cis.-s of John
McMillan George A. Rushing and i-nmuel W.
Trotti. 1 he petition of M. C. Uodge, bankrupt, for
bu il discharge, was referred to Registrar Carpeu
tir, and hnal bearing ordered on tho 9th ol' April.
The petitiou of Wiiliam Jervey, truste-, ta
e^tabl sh hen agaiust Rh-ha.d Boper, was
referred to Registrar Carpenter, 'ike p ti.ion
of lbco. D. Stoney, for KUM'purpose, was referred
to Registrar Jaeger. On ?hi p litton . f Wm. C. Ucc,
creditor io ?he matter of B. C. I vans, bankrupt, thc
Registrar recomaiPDilcd. in his report, rale and fonds
tj rc mail bauds ol a-sigut-e lo abiJo lu: th- r or?
ders. Sale was granted, to t ike plac? first Monday
in April, ?nd li n creditors be notified. Order was
granted Louis AlcLain. assignee of J. It. Mi ler, to
transmit certificate ot' bankruptcy of said Mille, to
Rastrar m Bal k.uplcy at Danville, Virginia, and
to Bon.-J. C. Underwood, at Alexandria; also copy
of tho order. _
THE STATE COURT.-THURSDAY, FEBE?ABT23,
HON. R. B. CARPEXTEB PRES.DING.- Ike jury re?
turned a verdict of guilty of larceuv tig.iiust John
Williams. Jim Brown, ind.cttd lor attempt to com?
mit rape and assault and battery, w.sconvicted
thereof. Tho court was occupied in thc trial of Ja?
cob Bailey and five others, for coi spiracy, io set
fire, to break n'.o a barn with intent to st ul. and at?
tempt to cot fin, Sun'1 Lord 1- >q., appear _d for
fhe prosecution, and i olonol R. W. Seymour for thc
detence. lkegranijury made tho fol owing prc
sentmtnt, and were discharged from further atten?
dance upon the court :
The grand jury for th ; February term of the Court
of <emmon Pleas and Gene.al Se-eions for tho Couu
tv of charles OD, beg leave to pay that they ba\e en?
deavored to discbarge the duu* s assigned lucni, and
would respectfully report as follows: Tb.it he j ail
t-uilding audprc.-ui6Cs were touncf dean ano in good
order, and wou'd make the lollowinc recommenda?
tions: That a boiler tm attached to the cookiug au?
par., tus and connected with pipes li ading to the oath
room, in order that the ul nkete and clothing m y
ba kept in a more cleanly condition, and that t .o
prisoners be required to > alho ?noio frequently; ta:
mote auitable nourishment be luruished tiiosick
prisoners, under the direction o>' thc pbvsician of
the jail; that water iloset? bc arrange I mr the use ol'
the prisoners in each ; toi y of tuc ouilding; that be
water closet in the yaru be cleaned aud lepaired;
that tho hospital In belier ventilated und the num?
ber of inmates be reduoed, ti.ere beitg too u uuy lor
thc size of tho roo i ; also, Unit there be rtome im?
provement in the vuntiltilioa ot thc tower, tho air of
the hospital and tower beiug very impur.1. For thc
Mcsne Convey mee we recommend n> w (.helving to
receive the record books, and thc rebinding of such
books as aro falling to pieces; also, that thc . nice be
repaired and furnish, d with suitable furuiture.
Wo recommend that the following bc done in thc
courthouse: i ho clerk's offico ropturei; new book?
for cniO'Ung, if judguieuta be provided; tho old
books re-bound and suitible furniture obtained; .or
thc jury room suitable lurnituro, htaltng apparatus
and water clos. ts.
lt having been brought lo thc nor rc of tho gr nd
jury that parties appeared at thu polls at 'he Mucici
] al election iu November last with ba-.ig.-s, and rep?
resented themselves as depu y shu ia's, and in er?
ie ed with tto v iteri in oxerc sin > tceir lights,
this jury rei ort the same as injurious to good o' der
ano the peae? of thc cumuiuuuy. and recommend
that Inquiry bo made into the authority b< which
they were appointed and acte J.
WILLIAM G. WHILKES. For- man.
BTHE ATTENTION of dealers ia invited lo Ito
auction salo of now crop sugar and molasse, i, canto
of schooner Frank k Emily, by t essrs. J. A. Enslow
k Co., on Palmetto wharf, at ll o'clock this day.
Luscious FituiTS.-At tho fruit 6toro of M.
N. Uluin, No. 3 JO Eini,'-fetreat, th< io can always be
had a choice selo.-tioa of the best tropical fruits,
nuts ic. His establishment is one ol the best kept
in the city, and always abounds in delicacies that
can tempt the palate of th? mott fastidious.
THE rrtopraETOBS OF "Whann'a Raw Bono
Supeiphosphate ol Limo cordially i .vito farmers,
dealers aad o'hers interested in procuring.-! first
C1.-W-S manure, to call and examine their worts, ?>ee
process of manufactuie, and insp ct the m ileriuls
used. They havo no tecrets, give fal! value, and
guarantee their Phosphate toc?me up to tho Un -
d ud aea'ysis. Claiborn, Herring k Co. arc thc
agents for the sale of it in A us us ia aud Charleston.
February 23 Imo
To THE PLANTEES OP SOUTH CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA.-Believing "WHA?TS'S" UAW BOKE *?
PSnPHOSFHATE OF LIME to be fully equal to tho
best Fertilizers in niaiket, and uupcriO' to many,
and being deairous of having it thovjughly to- 'ad,
wo have c include j to offer the following Pruniium?;
1st. for tho largest yield of Co ton Hom au acre cf
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For the sec?
ond largest yield of Cotton from aa nore of laud, a
silver Pitcher worth $59. Sd. For the larg- st yield
ot Corn from an acre of land, a bUvci Goblet worth
The abovo premiums will bo awarded where
"WHAKMB"' RAW BOKE SUPERPHOSPHATE alone is
used on the aero product'ng Ike yield.
Those applying for tho premiums will be required
to furnish t-atinfacto y evidenoo of the amount p o
duced on the acre, and a statement of the mann -r lat
which Uuy applied the manure. A limited amount
only of mis 1 hosphate will be distributed during thu
soason. Prices, delivered on the cars at Charleston.
$C5 per ton, rash; Hr $70 for approved city accept
anees, payable 1st Novpmoer.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
And Ne. 7 Warren Block, Aug sta. Ga.
Februarv 23 Imo
gUANNON dc BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS, .
Lancaster Coan house. South Carolina.
WM M. SHANNON. I JOHN BROWN.
Camden, bo. Ca. | Lancaster C. H.. So. Ca.
February 2J_ 10*
JUHS 1> . A LK X A ti 1) 1?. iv ,
NOTARY PUR/JC AND GENERAL AGENT.
No. IG liroail-sticct.
? RESPECTFULLY SOLICI1S RdS.'NKfS IN AD.
JC?STING ACCOUNTS of Merchants aud ol nea*,
and in WRITING UP AND P03TING their BOtt JS,
chin r in part_jf. who'c. ka. Jami ry 9
EO. ?. CUtlSOlt
. No. ll Uroml-sticet,
WILL Bur AND h'ELL ON COOIMI.ITON
REAL ESTATE, BONDS,
STOCKS, ceUPDNS, GOLD. SiLVER
February 1 lm?
Yt)KTU,STl!.ELIi ? W A..I)
WHOLESALE DEAL-DOS IN
STA T10NERY, PERFUMER Y C ?TL ER I
HOSIERY, FURNISHING G00D3.
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, fco., kc.
No. 1?7 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
J. B. STEELE. C. 0. NOR fl,
A? W. WARDELL, Ju. New York.
Januar; S3 imo
H. T R E N H O li At ;
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
OU ARLU-TON, S C.,
MINER. SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Natara Bono Phosphate.
Ja unrj ll t'n *
rpo BU SIN is s s ai ta y .
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT 'CUTER, S. C.,
I<s O iE OF THB .BK- P ?i 'l-:u-. IN TH?! TTP
COUSTKY; baa a larne clrou II iou. und affords s i.
perot- a I vantages as an a-Irr- -t ai .g m . limn lern?
low Addres DARR k 0-1* I N,
Fohruary 22 Proprieors.
BANK 5JILLS! BANK BILLS!
ALL KINDS BOUGHT RY
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
February IC Uroker, > o. 8 Broad-Btreet.
Jflarljincri), (Eastings, (Cte.
PHONIX JROi? AV0RK&
JOHN F. TAVLOIMCO.,
U A M Kit O 5. ji CO..
Eugi:iferss l??ilermakets, &c.
3fos. 4. (! <7?cf S PRIl'i'HARD-STREEl,
UV EAR IIIS DRV. DOCK),
Charleston, S. C\
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
Wo guarantee lo furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of u? good quality and power, and atas low rates o
caa bc bad in Now York. BaUimorcor Philadelphia.
Ashcroft^ Low-water Detect*:-]-.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECUP.IIY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 PAC ttmos
Steam Packin %
Laco Lo Uh or
Rivets and 15ars
Beit Hooks, &c.
FOR ?ALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 K AST BAY,
CD AR LESION. S. 0.
F K O AI 4 TO 350
horsn power, including tho
co ebrat-.d i "oniss Cut-ofl
bugin* 3, slide Y.IITC Kta
liouary Famines, Portablo
Murines, A-c. *Jso, Circu?
lar M ul.iv aud Gang Saw
Mi'ls, Sogar Cune dillis,
?hilting. Hulli>vs. fte., L-ih
ind shingle Milla, Wheat
and Corn Mills. Circular
-aws. Bolting, kc. Send
io-- descriptive Circular and
WOOD lc MAIN STEAM ENGIN? 0O.,
FcbruirvlS Cmos TJiica. New York.
ME:KRs\ PKI-LO^SE k CO.. ROU ' I??LTU
1USTS. from POI-?B. hive tho honor to inform
the imbi o. that t-hoyhavo arrived in this city with a
beautiful assortment of
PLANTS A NU FANCY SHICUB?
Por Gardens a-d Hoosos, as Co 'ows :
100 difforoiit kind' ol very fine crafted ROSES.
400 va> ieties ot FRUIT T uh.ES of the Quest quail
ties, arnon.' w km aro ibu Cherry lr*-e (Empross
Eugenie) eigb< oi thc Cherries weighing one pound.
Tho Mutter Pear, ineouioar.iblo. w. igh? from one
tn two ponnd- each: aud a large assortment ot
Flowers and Veentablo seed
Also very flue Bulbs of every sort, wbioli remain
in bloom from five to rx uiontbs.
Carnation Finks (i ew var otios) recently intro?
duced in Franc?.
Amatottr- aro solicited to t di and examino the
obnve assortments at toe stor.? No. 193 King-street.
All of the uhovo Plants will be warranted, as the
importers arc well lmown among H-rrhmlturists in
this couti tr - as rcspouslblo in fbi ir oncragoments.
February 17 12 PtLLORSK 4 CO.
HOCK A DAY'S STABLES AND LOTS
ls row proparod io keep CATTLE, HORSES and
S10CK of cv ry cl esc ri pt on. 'lhere is a go: d
pump a id larne s- eds on the lot. I will soil Stock
on small comm SfiOB. Imo February 9
KKttsUfl k Ii A TBS,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
HARLEM, A'. Y.
This celebrated A's is brewed fresh all through
tho y. ur r.nd is gvara-iteed lo keep sound through
thp no:te-t wea tb sr and Ou that ucoi nt is of a 1
Ales tho best a laptcd to tho -ouihcru climate. The
proprietors uro dus rous nt i>sttb:i-itiing a trade tor
their Alu io lids cction, aud wi^h lo IT ?ko a -
rangements wi h sim' ?-n rgotie, ro.-ponsiWe i arly
to take Mio g*uoy lor tho salo of it in '"hB'l sun
and viciuity. BYE KRON k RAT>s,
Harlem station, NCW York City.
Fehru iry 15 3mo
M. L. FINLEY'S
lelolnuted Cookinsr stoves,
"PHlLANTUUai'lsr" AND " CIVILIAN,"
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y , and for salo by
D. L. F?LLE R TON,
fTTHE^H STAVES 81 AND PNRIV-LLE? FOK
.1 ca:>aony. dar'b ht?, convo .i.-nco and thc ftou
oral pui-p"eo' to whfoh i'ooknau Sioves arc used. I he
PHU ANniROPI-i ls o<trahrav> pl ted, and has
Ai?h Drawer; eun IM? mid- into a six boiler hole
stove: hus cast iro? Wier raak galvanised, ot
enamel lined, A sirtctly Orst-cbM KO??.'. The
CIVILIAN fa of . neat dosuro, ao l bas a Que Ure?
Oven. This NTOVC ?a i be had ?lill the extension
o rk SIT. bolo*, und ro-- rv.iir whou desired
For furtlior itt .rrc-tioo apply r?
D. L. EU LLD' TON.
January 30 6m'w August '. On.
ILLIS ? cuisoLfli.
FAOTOidS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING A G EX rs.
WILT. ATTEND TO TOE PURCHASE, SADE AND
.NHIPMENT (to Foreign iud Domestic Pori?) ol
COTTON. RISE, LOM BER' AND NAVAL STORKS
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 9. 0.
B.WILLIE.o.A. K. CHISOLM.
mi?K "CAROLINA FR'?TILIZF.R" IS MADE FROM HIE PHOSPHATES OF
J South carolina, awl ia pronounced hy various chcrai.-its one ol the bent Manures known, only infer'or
to Peruvian Guano in it- FERTILIZING PBOPERTIES. These PHOSPHATES arc the remains of extinct
land and sea animals, and poises' qn ? Hties of the Greatest value to ihc agricnltnnst.
Wc ancex the analysis of Professor SHEPHERD :
'IABOBATOBT OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE or Socra CABOUKA.
Analysis of a sample of CAROLINA FERTILIZER, personally selected:
Moi-lure expelled :.t 212 dei. F.IG.07
Or?:auio Matter with some water cf combination expelled at a low red heat. .16.16
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble. COG.Equivalent to 11.27 Solublo ihosphsteoi Lime.
Insoluble.6.17.Equivalent to 13.48 Insoluble (bone).
13.13 24.75 Phosphate ot L<me.
Sulphuric Acid.11.01.Equivalent to 23. G5 snip tate ol' Lime.
Sulphate or Potash.08
Sulphate of Soda.3.05
On tho. strength ot these results, I am glad to cortlfy to thc superiority of Iho CAROLINA FERTI?
LIZER, examined. C. TJ. SHEPHERD, Ja."
MST We will furnieh this excellent FERTILIZER to Phntors and otbors at $65 per ton of 2000 lbs.
GEO. "W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Fe' mary 20 th8
prn (Bute, (Pc
FUECHGOTT & BROS.
H'170'S.S?LE AXD RUTA IL
DRY GOOJ)S STORE
COKISER KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TG ISTORM TUE HPIES AND OUH
Customers ill coner .ii. Mut we have just re
ectved tin a&lit'on to our usual stael: ol' DOM linl'lc
jud FANCY (iOoAt?j, a iicw supply suitable ar the
CLOAKS, I) Lt Y ??ODo, i*o I* LINS, 4c, at reduced
II evy Bulmoral Skirts at di 12
Very choice article Blark .-ilk SI 6?, worth $2 SO
Ladies' super Merina VesU only $1
A lot ot linc l'ianu Covets which will lie sold less
150 dozen UOOF SE IR I'S, 50 to 60c.
A lot ol Photograph Albums. 75 cents
oitutih- liner's celotiratud French CORSET, H CH
A lui and complota assortment of Ge: man and Ens- !
tub BOMttt?,from laJ? up
Afine assortment ot Ladlee' and children's Silk, lier
hu Clo.h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs
A good selection cl
BLAIN KETd, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, SK.,
Ai tho lowest figures.
Wc would also notify our patrons that w- have ar?
rancad a soparato department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
?3T ENTRANCE ON 0ALUO?N-STB2ET.
FUKCIl<?<IT"r ? RROS.,
NO. 437 KING-STREET,
December 14 8ma
IMPORTANT ?0 COTTON
PL \ NTH US.
THK RE?T PUNTFR NOW IS USE 18 B. F.
WHITNER'S "SEED FLAN I ER." It is ospo
eiaily adapted lor planting "Long and Short . ot
ton." 1'will al-o plant all k nds Ol'seeds small and
large, spacing or drilling lu an*, quart:ty.
By it perl" et ?ltenme t or the scod, cultivation in
facilitated ?nd labor sav d It saves thc lah. i of at
least Iwo hands aud ono mule.
I- isa ?otrherii invention, thoroughly tested and
is o -?ly managed Printed i linet ions elven with
each machme. spodm ns to bo Feec aud for sale
atxou. ;87and2S9 Kiug-aiaeet,
Fcbinary U 8 MOLL. WEBB 4 CO.
PRIME NORTHERN SEED RICE
FOR bi* LE. APTLS TO
JAMES lt. PH INGLE.
TO RIOS PLANTERS.
WAGONbR Si MAlTHEWES' IMPROVED
Just roccived by iba ar. >sc Users, who are aeen's for
this state ol'thean practical a id successful
Laivir-s viuv Machin?e.
THEY Ann ALSO AOKSTS r03
THE BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
LOMBARDS HAND RL E HULLER
BECKFORD & HUFFMAN'S G RAIN
DRILL-with (junio uttachmt.-nt
THE DOUBLE CYLINDER COTTON GIN
FOLSOM'S HAND-SO .VINO MACHINES
ALLEN'S HAND PuWBiL
Which they oflV a '-'nnuf icmrr-v's prices, Ingo'hflr
with a lar,;o au -orrtnoiit of Plough . ot aU Mckors.
COLLINS' STEEL PLOUGHS-ono and two
BRIN LY'S STEEL PLOCGnS-ono and two
AMES" PLOUGHS OE ALL KINDS,
And Agriculture! Iiaplcmcfl's. Hardware, Bark-on
Caller, a.d duna
J. 35. ADGrJ'ili & CO.,
No. 130 MBETlXt?-STRKET AND No. C3
e it A ti. i. K S T ?J re, c.
F- bruary 3 wfbilmo
Qt KO. ti . U ? f 1' O C tm,
Charleston, S. 8.
P. GADSB&N HASBUU fonos Sept emt cr 21
PAM'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ANS ALL DULAS? OF TOE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TDET ARE REC021 lt ENDED BT THE
ME ID X C A. XJ FACULTY.
HEGEMAN &, CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOKE?
Manufactured by C. F. PAMNW,
0SE?S? A?S APOTHECARY,
OHAELKSTO jST, S. C.
JtifFor Sala by Druggists Etor?/tvherc.m&i
Eebiua-y 15 mwflyr
Sbjrts an?i /urntsljinn, (fiteo&s.
GrET YOUR SHIRTS
Under the Star Shirt Sign.
S IURIS AND C?LliAKS.
Also, every Variety of
GEN'T?. F??SIaiTING GOODS,
PRICKS THAT DF-EY COHPlimiON.
Januiry 1 Gmo
(rllotljinfj ?\? /urnisljiiiij $o?s.
ILlhSl.Nti OUT SALE.
IN OK DER TO DISPOSE OF IDE BALANCE OF
FALL AND WINTER
So as to toalio room (or uar
AKJ -U.VIMH^ SUPPLIES
Which wo expect tho laitorp ir.'ol'this month, we
hive reduced tho prioos nf our doods
RkXUARDJj ?S Til COST i?P fllAVUP.VC
TU"liVG THK SAAIK.
1h:n kita tho pub;to f >r their rory liberal patron
ace, wo ho e by our lair deal ia;; to merit a ceutiu
uaurr of thc simo Wo wp< 6 fully i.ivl:e ono and
uti lo aail and ,-?J lor thcuiselvi's.
L L. FALK & CO.,
DETAIL 1 BfARTUCNT No 303 KISQ-ST.,
Next to Cow perth wai l's Furnllure Store,
WHOLSSALiv DBP.MIL ?KITT,
Ko. 167 lk:a g-etreet.
February 2 Imo Opposite Charleston HoteL
South Carolina Railroad Stock and Bonds.
W. Y. LE J TC H & K. 8. BRUNS,
THIS DAY, at ll o'cloclt, in front of thc OW Foslef
wlll be sold at anction,
60 HALFfcHAEfcSS?UlH CAROLINA RAILROAD
ll halt ?bares sV.ith Carolina Railroad stork
5000 friz per Cent, Routh Carolina ?ailroad Conds, in
untos to suit purchaser!.
Terms cash. Fibruary 26.
Desirable Investment-Nus. 39 and 41 Wall
W. T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold on 1UESDAY, ad March, ai the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That TWO SI Oh Y WOODlN TENEMENT, Iraown
as Nc?. 39 and 41 Wall street, two doors south of
Calhoun. Haid tenemeni contains eight rooms. Lot
meafures 35 feet front by 98 teet deep, more or less.
3 arms-Ooo-tbhd cash ; bal ace in on-, two,
ihreo and four years, with interest property to be
insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us
for piners und stamps.
' February ?fi Imtu3
Desirable Small Dwellings at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & If. S. BltUNS,
Will bc sjld at the OUlPoatofhVt, at ll o'clock, on
UDI SDAY 2d .March,
That unall and do*ira.lo DWELLING- HOOBF,
situate at tho northwest corner of America and
Moko nt* ce s, contaiu.ng 4 rooms, at H outbuildings.
Lol measure-; HO feet iront by 45 feet in depth, mora
or les \
7hat two story WOODEN RESIDENCE adjoining
the ab ive, aud known as Ko. ii Wake-street. House
contain? 1 rooms and necessary outbuildings. Lot
meaeu'es30 by 45 ie-1, more or less.
letras--Ono half c-isb; balance payable in twolve
months with iuterest. s cured by bond and mort?
gage, witb po ley oi insurance assignai. Purchaser
to pay us : ->r papers and = tampa.
Elegant Private Residence at corner of Orange
and Iradi streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
By rirtno cf on order of sale to mo directed by the
Hon. Ceo. R. B yan, Judge of tho United States
Court for the District of booth Carolina, I will sell
at public auciionon lUEsDAY, 9th March, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the Old Posteffice.
That vory desirable and spacious RESIDENCE at
northwest comer ot Orange and fradd streets, now
occupied by the Hon. P. C. Gaillard, 'i ho House
contains-rooms, and upon the premises are all
necossary outbuilding, with a spa. ious garden spot
Ubis is one ol the most desirable Residences in
Charleston, and ia well situated w th reference to the
business part ot Charleston, and iu c'o.-e proximity
to tho Ba.tery. Let measuics 110 feet on Tradd by
160 feet on Oran ito -street.
'1 erm s- One- our I h cash; balan e in one, two and
th reo years, secured uy bond a'-d mortgage of the
property, wiih interest; property to b- insured and
poiicy a.-pi.ned. Purchaser to pay Auctioneers for
papers and stamps.
XAWRBVCE W. O'HEAR,
As igneo of Theo lore Stoney.
February IS mst t hm tue
Contents oj a Fancy Store, Boots, Shoes,
BY MILIS BRAKE.
THIS MORN I' G, at 10 o'c'ock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and " iborty streets,
THE aToCK Ol' A F ?NUT a'lOUE,
Ch-nn, fiilt and Ivory HUl'iON-i. Steel Coff?
.cla -1 Pms, Murker.', Buckle?, Lace and Tissue
Voil?, Leal her and 81k Holts. Cotton Ba ls, Crochet
Braid. Linen Colara ard Cuffs, Out l.uPJ.ng, sus?
pende-s, Ke.lculcs. Bu hu uloves, Buck Gaunt eta,
Curl Nels, Bead Nets, Heid-dressc?, luck Combs,
skirt supporters kc.
Immediately nf. er th* salo of the above, I will sell
50 cases BOOTS'. SHO'-.M and HATS,
Cases Men's Kip and B ff HOOT*, Brotfans, Balmo?
rals. MalakoBh, Cougrcta, A-c.
Cases Women's Goat aud Buff Bootees, 3 to 7 i nd
Ladies. Missos' and Children's Congress Polish
hoots, Morocco and Goat Bootee?, ko.
76 dozon Men's and Boys' Alpine, Italian, Young
Amcilcu and Eemvcky white, Black and Brown
H ?is. iebruary2?
Store No. 13, South side IJagne-street.
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Wdl bo sold on TUESDAY. 2d March, at the Cid
Postoffice at ll o'elook,
That throe-story UKli'K Vi'ORE, No. 13, south"
(.ids Uayue-strcrt now occupied by Messrs. Brahe
& Co , Leather Dealers Lot meat-urea il foot front
and 117 feet ,u depth; store OJ I net dLcp, aud in com?
''oudi?ons catii. Purchaser to pay for papes and
slam ii. February 21
( Hg Engine nouses and Lois.
F.r z. B. OAKJ:S.
Will bo sold, on TUESDAY. 2d March, at thc Old
['rj'tofDco, al ll o'clock,
Two EN Ol NE HOUsEs AND LOTS, belonging to
the eily, viz:
The BTiILDING AND LOI', cart side Anson
street, near Laurens, recently occupied by tba
'the Bidding nnd Lot lately ocenpibd by one
ol tho City Eu|i>ncs, situated ot the northwest cor?
ner of Washington and Insprodon streets.
Conditions-Ma'f i ash; balance in ono year, with
interest Purchaser to pay City Attorney for papers
and stamp.. February i5
Gent'el Residence, No. 106, Fast side of St.
Philip, one door South of Morris street.
BY Z. B. 0\KE<
WUl be sold, on TUESDAY, 2d March, at tho Old
Postoffl.o, at ll o'elock.
That well flt ?sheri and (?en eel i WO--iND-A-H*LT
STOuY'-WELLING, No 106, east ?de st. Puibp
street, containing lour upright uno two utileioim?.
Largo pantry -und dresrfiug room, wide et.try and
handsome stairs. Ino Hooso measures 18 by 40
feet Double piazzas south and east. Privato stair*.
On i he premises is a weil ?nl-h.d two story ki'cbon,
herlies laigo ciste-naad well. Tho dwodlag is mr
Dished with gas fixture* and bells throughout Lot
measures 36 feet iro..t und llb feet is depth. Immo
dia'c posscs.-iou can be givon
'?erins cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamp* February 26
U II A C. 31 I J O ? T ,
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
Nb. 1 OO URTU OUSE S QU* A BE..
February 15 mw! Imo
tl ? F I C E N O. ? 7 G KING,
( Pi'OSJTE UASLL-STIOET.
E. H. RODG-ERS
M AN UF AC TUBER AND WHOLESALE DEAL Kit Ii
STENCIL STOCK AN3 MES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHI tKS AND TAUS
GK ASS AND G RR RIAN SILVER KEY
KINGS, CHAINS, ?to.
BY THE GALLON OB BiEREL.
HILL'S PAT8ST HAIKU STAMPS
BK A N Ul VG IRU-VS, ?ic.
No. 129 FAST BAY-STKKUT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
ffS* Call nnd examine specimens.
J u.uary 16 Brnos
ROOMS AT HIS WsMDENOK, NORTHWEST OOR
NEB O? MEETING AND SOCIETY STRBETS.
November 20 fmwOmoa
Horses, Mules and Vehicles; also. Chairs,' Ta
bles, Sureava, Extension Table, Stoves,
Bookcase, Secretary. Carpets, Mirrors,
Desks, Piano and Jewelry, at Auction. .
BY G. McBBSDE SMITH.
IBIS DAT. the 26th instant, at 10 o'clock, at hi
Salesroom. No. 31 Bro.id-street, will bc sold.
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES, Slate for roofing,
and other Sundries. January 25
[SALE rOSIPOXEB TO THE 26TH INSTANT, Fr.rDAT,
Ex parte Wm. Shepherd, in re Joseph Pur?
cells-Assignee's Sale of the "Purcell Farm,'*
on the Dorchester Road, near Charleston,
BY G. McBPIDE SMITH,
By virtuo of a Decree in Bankruptcy in the above
ca.-c, will bc ?eld THIS DAY, .he. 26th instant, at
ll o'clock, at the Old t'o-tollles,
All that J RtCT OF LAND, lyin? on the north aide
of tho public road leading from charleston to Ashley
River Ferry, containing .?eventy-flve sud a IMI?(75)f)
acres, more or lees, and also a . malj Tract of Land
on tho northern boundary of the aoove tract and in?
corporated with it as ene tract; bounded north and
east ou lands now or late of-Ho-vard, t-outhoa
the Dorchester Road, wost on lands now or. late ef
- Beckman, and north ?'est on lands now or late
of Hav. P. O'Neill; the place said to oonuin phos?
phates, and'to be well sett od.
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in one and
two years, secured by a mortgage on theptoperty;
purchaser to pay for papers and btamps.
E. W. MAR-HALL.
' Assignee of Jos. Pu-colL
aVo. 22 Calhoun-slreet, with Buildings thereon
South side, near Anson-street, at Auctiofi.,
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TUESDAY, thc 2d of March, at ll o' deck, at the
Old Po h to fncc, will be sold,
The above, containing 43 feet front by 164 feet
deep on the east line, by 1S3 feet on the west line,
more or less.
Terras-One-third oash; the balance in one and
two years, secured as usual A liberal discount for
ah cash. Iuthmtu4 February 23
Sloop "Louisa," Atlantic Wharf.
KNOX, DALY & CO.
Will sell THU DAY. at ll o'clook. A. M.
I he above SLOOP, fully equipped and furnished
and ready for immediate use.
Dimen-iona 25 tcet long, 8 feet beam, and only
eight months old._February 26
Choice Grocery Sugar aad Clayed Molasses,
Cargo of Schooner Frank and Emily,
from Cardenas, just arrived.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS D KY. the 26th instant, will be sold, on Palmet?
to Wharf, alongside Sohooner F.ank ani Emily, at
Kin box -s CENI BITOGAli SUGAR
174hhds. 1 Biight and Heavy ) -
21) tes. | Clayed Molasses f ?ew urop*
Conditions at sale. _Fobraary26
LYU GK ?ALB OF HB-VL ESTATE IN
ATLAN l'A. GA.
Will be sold on the first TtTESDAY lu March, by the
Admim-trators of William aerring, deceased,
THE FOLLuWIVO PROPEK1Y:
First. A mtiguifltto.it FA M ILK MANSION, four?
teen rooms wftu necees -rv c oseta and ou .houses,
situated on Peacht ce-strcet, in a first class neigh
borhood in every reipccL
Second. Seven CH Y LOT* within ore hundred
feet of the staten ouse and Fu>t Baptist Church,
four of which hive improvements on .them; one of
those bas a good eight-room brick house finished
throughout with closets.
laird. A li1 ICK oTOREHOU-E and Kitchen, in
the most desirable business part of tho city, on
WhitchalW'eet. fron?ug 27 fest ou Whitebau-sixeet,
and tunning boca one hundred and nineteen feet,
with the right ot an alley.
Fourth. An cse lieut PA RM of 170 acres on Peach?
tree Read, four miles from the citv ; filly acres of
cotton land, with a go jd peach orchard und good
Fifth. An interest in WILD LAND-; ?laoNotes
and accounts and Stocks in several Marmfastnrlng
Companies. Mr. Herring having bceu loi.g a resi?
dent oi A thu ta, he selected tho mont desirable prop?
erty, both as to present and prospective value; con?
sequently every foot offers J is iso. 1 in o very re?
Terms-One-third ci6h; the balance in four and
eight months, with interest from day of sale.
J. W. BERBIN?.l
W. F. Hi- RUING,
N. L. ANOIER. j
February 13 Die ' 18
IV 1" (I LT TY-KEBSHAWt
Twenty foHT Valuable Farms f >r sale. 'J. Z?,
Kirkpatrick, administrator, vs. Jas. Chemut
Before the Courthouse in Camden, on the first MON?
DAY tn March next, whl be sold,
SIX-THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED ACRES OF
LAND, belonging io tho Eslata of John Ci csu ut, de?
Tho salo of tola largo traci, situated in the Imme?
diate vicinity of Camdon, and to le dis jo ed ot in
small and convenient pu eels, ofljr.-i a fino opportu?
nity to all persons who desire to purchase cotton and
turp?n ti ne farm'.
tums-So' muob cash aa will pay oo.'ts of pro?
ceedings and expenses ot aale; bal?noe on a credit of
one, two and tb roo years, wita interest payable an?
nually, secured by bond, good securities and mort?
gage of premises sold. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers, rcoording and revenue stamps..
Colonel W. M. SHANNON will rurnish all informa?
tion concerning said lands to any parson applying.
J. D. DUNLAP, special Beoeirer.
Camdi n, fl. C., February 16,1869.
February 17 Wi*
JUrtionccra' J?rioatc Sales.
Elegant and Spacious Residence on Rutledge
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BB?NS.
That very olegant and spacious RE - IDEN ^E situ?
ated at tho corner ol itu feign Avenue and Vander
horst-street, with extensive flower garcon, and in
perfect and complete order, having bc -a . ho.-onghly
overhauled by tho best mechanics aud pointera in
the city ,
'1 lie residence contains in all tit een rooms.
spacious nails and water and gas Un-?-'?????> t?e
bulla i og.
Tho outbuildings ar? .^aci0" a'Dd convcnient,
and tho ganiencon^a ^""o^ collection of flow?
er* au.i^ver3>,'on,)- <rDe roper ?0170 mmands a
?ne vi? j 0( IhB Abhley hiver and adj icout islands.
abc premises can be inspected at any nay Lime by
apphouiMaat No. 35 ?iROAD-sTREi?T.
i-'ebruary 26 fmsS
Residence u-ith Large Lot. in Ashley street.
BY LOUIS. 1>. BeSAU&SU&E.
At Private Sale
Tn? commodious Rl'SID?ST'E No 17 Ashley
street, nach of Uec-slrs-t, and ..ou.i-^noiu to Rut
ledgc-avcnue containing lou n> m.; and pantry,
with w .ter works; Lot ineasu'O-i Lio 1 o' front by
140 feet deep, and ia capabloof MU- iv, ?.-U. Apory
?.a nb iv-, .il No. 23 li ilOA . - '. . BK,KT.
PeUiua .v 18 . iii ni tutO
Real Ext n tc
BY G. MCB?IID:: H3?irH,
l?o 31 Uroutl-sti ttt. oii;h side, near
At Private : alo
nuar RL?8d SEA ISLAND OOTCON PLANTA?
Va'uiblij nice Plantations
Yaluihln Upland Plantations and Fares'
txtensiv. aul V 'vabio Man u corie*, Mill Sites
and D iighttui -ummer Ui's'deuoc* iu vifiour
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND nCILDINO L?TS of all -iz ?.?, prie
and description* iu every p ,rt of thc city
January 25 biWJSmo
SAACSKn'S SURE ?? li 1.'I
Ruti Mi.o, Ac, tia.,
?aliho i liuMinplcasant
effec'a ?-.ri mg from
thor .ivinir m their
PA VIE, hermetically
E* alco, an 11 w rranted
"".'PlillliTlTJBgg '." ? io ku 11 fresh for aU
times. 1 he greatest discovo y of itajfiii iu the uga
w ? live in. No persoti need he tao TIWI, wit 1 Kata
Mice, r-cil Hugs or ltoaoh s, lor *Ir. is c en's dea
tmcttvn rtraody is wit in the eacuoi ah, prepared
oulv by himsc f from ra u and va.uah c. com mun tn
it-i ch apnei-s is s wonderful as ns 0 .icutv-hun?
dreds ot testimonials havo bo n ediva fr. m aU
parts oj the Uiijccd -taies a-rt > t s v duo a id Biitisfac
.ory op-ntive power, from which, ior *. n of spice,
wo dimply t?o!cct the lol owing
WlLLAllD'S llO.EL -ASnlSGTOS- D. ?'., I
Oo.o't t ls . 1??3. I
MB. ISAACSES-Dcar <lr: Ic ? J mo g. eat Meas?
ure io lestity to ut gratifying resu t OJ aiiiod a tils
dod ihio.igu using your i'ho-,-0 ?.. I s e; tt ls
now i wo years 0 nee I Ors U< ario' yo.ir rcm-dy.and
cloie mined og.vo *ta ia?r rial; thu. tiLv roved so
au ce ?. ml that n it a i race o lt us < r lt ich.-s h ivo
fi c.- "'ecu dlscorarcd, ahhough privions ti that
time we w. rc compl?>t??l ov. rrun. Wisuiuu voaevsiy
success in t.ic UJCIUI ci r -T you have cio.-i.-n,
Iiomaiu, yours nssredftaly.
JOHN WOLFE, Ln-jineet
For rale by DoWlE k JMIS.
Wholesale Drug isis,
No. 169 Meoting-streeei. cor.-ir a s 1,
Char esio -, >. C.,
January 13 wfm?8 Agents lor ?outho>n states.