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THE DAILY NEWS.
LABS EST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILI
H E WS BEING THU NEWSPAPEB OFFICIALLY
SHGOQMZED AS HAVING TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN.
IN? IN THE POSTOFFICB AT THE END OF
SAOH WEBB.. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFPICE LAW.
THE DAM NEWT will be Berred to subscri?
bers in tho cit; st sn DOIAABS a TOOT in advance, or
at mon OTTKM a week, payable to the carriers.
AUCTION SALES rms DAT.
LEITCH & BBUNS will sell at 10 o'clock, at
residence No. 19 bociety-ttreet, household furni?
MILLICAN & Poi. will tell at 10 o'clock, at No. 81
flalhouc-street, content- of a grocery store.
- G. MeBnxDX .-Mira ?ill sol! at 10 o'oloek. at his
salesroom, Broad-street, hones, mules, furniture,
WAEDL.ITV & CAT-EW will sell st ll o'clock, at their
effl ce. Broad-sta eei, a colleoUon of i are and choice
HOLMES et MACBKTO- wiR seil at ll o'clock, in
front of their office, Broad-street, two thoroughbred
mares and a saddle horse.
Minas Da ASH will seU ut 10 o'dock, in bis store,
oom or King and Liberty sneers, clothing, dry
goods and bats.
N. Htm k SOM will sell at io o'clock-, a; their
salesroom, Meeting-street, boots, shoes und ga>t< rs.
R. M. MiUWAT.r, k BaotBusca wdl selb at half
past 10.o'clock, i.b.ore their office, Broad-street,
horses, mules. As.
J. FRASEB MATHEWES will Ftll at ll o'clock, be?
fore his ota e, Bro..d-*treet, mules, hones, sic.
*~ MEETINGS TB IS DAT.
Landmark Lo ge. at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Ledge, at 7 P. M.
Delta Lodge of Perfection, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Boord of Trade, at balf.past 7 P. M.
Bouse Painters, at half-past 7P.lL
Mew England Society, ai half-past 7 P. M.
BPEBSONAL.-Wm. Kenty Tresoot, Esq., has
opened an omeo at Pendleton, S. C., for the practice
FOB GEOXOITOWX AN? CHEBAW.-The
steamer Planter will sail for Georgetown, Cheraw.
and all Peedee landings, on Friday next, st 7 A. M.
MOBTAUTT REPOST.-The bill of mortality,
famished by the City Registrar, for the weok ending
February 27, show* a total of sixteen deaths, of
which five were whites and eleven colored.
MB. THOMAS FROST, agent of the New York
Life Insurance company, has received the aopolnt
meat of Commissioner cf Deeds for the Mates of
Kew York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts aad Mary?
land, and wiU therefore, promptly attend to any bu?
siness presentid at his office, No. 54 Broad-street.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS. -Tho Governor
bas appointed Z. P. Meses as rotary- public of Sum?
The following magistrates have beoa appointed:
Peter B. Hedges. Ed into; Peter Toglio, Wadmalaw; J. ?
S. Kidson, Edgeneld County.
FATAL ACCIDENT.-Wo learn that Mr. Henry
E. Lucas, Jr., while on his plantation, Spring Hill,
in St Thomas Parish, was accidentally shot on the
morning of the 1st instant by the premature dis?
charge of a pistol, causing his instant death. The
parCculars of thia deplorable aoeident have not yet
reached has friends in the city.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Tho market for real
o? tat? waa unusually flat yesterday, and s s veril
pieces of property advertised were not disposed of.
The following were sold at prioes annexed :
By Z. B. Oakes-The Young A ie erina Fire Engine
Hones and lot, Au-on-street, near Laurens. $100.
The building and lot lately occupied by one of the
oity engines, at tbo oorner of Washington snd In?
spection strssts, 8430; half cash, balance in ene
By E. M. Marshall at Brother-.The premises No 8
West-street on lot forty by two hundred feet, $2900;
half cash, balance in one an I two years,
B*aiJenas No. 23 Nassau-street, en lot thirty by
one bund rea and thirty lest, $800 cab.
By Leitsh A Brans-Small roa id <? nee No. 8 Burns'
Lane, on lot tweniy-three by eighty feet, $080 ca b.
Two story wooden ; enema nt Nos. 39 and Al Wall
street, lot thirty-five by ninety-eL-ht feet $625; enc
third cash, balance in one, two and three years.
Small dwslling correr Amoriea and Blake streets,'
lot thirty hy forty-five feet, $705; half cash, balance
in one year. _
KOTHL ABBITALS-March 2.-Charleston Ho
ttl.-G A Spring. Orsngeburg ; H S Bice, New 1 ort ;
John eaadwiek. Wadmalaw; D Crowoll,"Georgia;
J L Sooneill, Miss Sarah M Morryman, Mrs Sarah
Booth, Miss Mary Hetnsaingwsy, Henry Merry na ia
Robert Breasen. J Hemmiogway. Waterbury, Conn;
Miss Preston. John Proston Jr., columbia; B A
Clark, city; S Barns, Xs v York; R P Lamkin, Geer
gia;Mrs B M Bookhart, South Carolina; J D Douglas,
J RtCatler, O H Warren, J H Weed, S Ott, wife and
child. RUT P Roos val t Johnson and wife, Miss John?
son and Mrs Purdy, New York; A Hastings, Besten;
James Miller. New York; W H Klug. Kentucky; J B
Lawrence, B Beard and wife, D N Beebe, New York;
George W Eivers, Wadmalaw; H B christian, Savan?
nah; James Y Johnaon, Baltimore; Mrs J M Corio
and boy, Mr end Mrs J M Loomis, Jarres H Liddle,
Chicago; Ber J 3C Daweaa and wifs, New York;
Gust Meyer, Ria Janeiro; Captain J A Ball, Quebec;
8 M Felton sad wife, CC Felton, Mies Felt a, Mrs
Wier, Philadelphia; Mrs John P A da sss and two
children. Thomas P Wotton, south Carolina; D
Mordecai and wife, B Y Boonun and wife, Bald
more; W W Bacon, W Baxter WO Nichol, J Foak.
-Farndon HetsI-J M Humbas. D F O'Brien, Sou h
Carolina; J s Foster, N E R B; AG Caveda, steamer
Dictator; Mrs F P BntS3t>, Elis to; W A Glenn, 8 t ni?
na arson, U > S Narragansett ; t L Sanders, W H Wer
son, L Rice, B Z ?moke, Graham's; W Thompson, N
Peel, Williamsburg; J W Martin, C R Bates, Orange
burg; M Leir, Manning; J A Wilhams, Darlington;
J W Ferguson, Joseph Flowers, Darllagtoa; G B
Prise, Canada; A Pool, Williamsburg.
THE KEW TJNITABUN MIKUTSB.-The Rev.
Rufus Putnam Cutler, who is now fP-ling the pulpit !
.f thc Unitarian Church in this city, though a 1
stranger to mort of ear community, comes among
ns with the highest cttdenhols as to standing, cul?
ture, ability, and everything that constitutes the
finial.ed scholar and gentleman. He graduated in liieh
standing at Yalo Collude, and subsequently at the
Cambridge Divinity school For several years he
filled the pulpit of the First Unitarian Ctiurch of .-an
Frakiclseo, with great ability and success. Bis
health failing he was obliged to tr sign his position
there. Having recovered his health and returned to
the activo duties of bis piofession, he was induced to
accept an invitation from the church in this city,
for the temporary supply of the pulpit For over
two mouths the regular worvhlpp1 rs in this Church,
with many ot c tber denominations, have enjoyed the
a rare opportunity of bearing his eloquent logical
and finished discourses.
Gifted hy natura with all ths concomitants that
make the finished orator, he his, besides, been
thoroughly prepared by oui rare for the exalted
duties or his profession. In his preaching, he aeeks
only to dispense the "V> ord of Life'/ as contained in
the Gospel, and entrre'y eschews politice. He comes
ameng a suffering people wi?h the "Gospel of peace
and good will towards all men," and while advoca?
ting, with the boldness that comes ot conviction, the
distinctive doatrinas of the denomination to which
he belong", h? ueTcr docs ao onenaiTelv-according
toothers tb? some right of priTats judgment m mat
. tors of religion, with perfect fr. edam ol thought
and .rorship, which he claims for himself. Be bas
made co favorable an in-preasion on tho church
where Foster, Gilma'., Tacgart and McFarland were
wont to minister in eaered things, that an offert will
be made to retain bim permanently as lt? pastor.
He would certainly prove a great ac quasi Mt n to the
literary, social and religious oii>cles of our city. The
South needs men of largs minds and .omprehensire
?iews, te counteract unfavorable impress ons st the
North in reference to oar social condition.
On bundey morning last. Mr. Cutler dslivercd a
very eloquent and impressive discourse from St.
james' Bp-s tl?, chapter I, venio $7, which was liston
cd to with wrapt at ten tl ou by a delighttd aidience.
Sarrn CAROLINA LOAN AND TBTJST COMPANY.
At a meeting of the Board ef Directors of this insti?
tution, held yesterday, the following offieers were
THOMAS B. WAXIX?, Cashier.
W. B H ASEBLL, loller.
T. 8 BKYWAXD. Jr., Bookkerpsr.
F A. ' iicHBLL. kxebsnga and Discount Clerk.
O. W. Loe AN, Out-door Clerk.
We understand ifaat this coinpasy have rented the
Southwestern Railroad Bank, which ia now halag
prepared for their huslnoss, and that they propose
to commenco next week.
THE STATE COURT-HON. R. B. CABPENTEE,
PHESIU iso-T CESS?T, March 2.-There was noth?
ing done in the Court of Sessions beyond the or?
ganisation of tbe juries. In the Common Pleas the
Town Issue Docket was sounded, and many oases
disposed of. To-day the court will b< ar the ease of
the State vs. Gabriel Levy, indicted lor murder.
THE UNITED Sr ATES COBBI, March 2.
HON. GEOBGE S. BRYAN, PBKSIDING.-The following
assignees were approved of: James M. Brown, D. J.
Winn, J. W. burbidge, John A. MoBae, Louis Mc
Lain and James Patterson. The petition ol Wyman,
Byrd k Co., to establish lien on John W Grady, was
r?ferrcd to Bcgistrar dawson to repcrt, ?c. It was
ordered OB the petition of J. A. Quaokenbush, ered
i tor, f r adjudication ef involuntary bankruptcy, that
A. W. A C. C. Toamos, debtors, show cause on lues
day, the loth instant, at the Fedora! Courthouse at
Charleston, at li o 'dook, why the prayer of tho peti?
tion should not bs granted, and that taid debtor be
enjoined /rem transterrlng or selling, ic, any prop?
erty net exempted frota the operations of the bank?
rupt act. It was also ordered that D. Lopez lt Sons
do show cause sn tho ?th instant, why the ordor ob?
tained by D. Lopez t. Son should not be set a?ids
and the said judgmsat creditor be allowed to file an
answer to petition at D. Lopez k non, and in the
meanwhile the assignee of the said bankrupt do sus?
pend the periormanse of said order, 'the ease of
tb? steamship James A. Ga> y against tbs steamship
Sienna -, libel for salvage, was taken up and occu?
pied the attention of the court up to 'hs hour of ad?
FRA DU VOLO_The theatre, last night, was
well filled, although not BO crowded as lt would
doubtless have been at any other season. Fra Dl
avolo was better put upon the stage than we could
have expected. There were the usual cuttings to
which we have ts submit, but we must enter a pro?
test against the omission of Agnes ta Jouvencelle.
The orchestra ws? generally well in hand, never
Lacking in energy, bat wanting often in delicacy of
accompaniment. Miss Clara Lang, as Zerlina, sang
with especial sweetness in the second act. and Mad.
Frederic! Lady Allcash) sang throughout in excel?
lent taste and with considerable skill. Himmer,
as fra Diaeolo, displayed his usual energy aad
mobility of features. He wanted grass iu the first
act, but sang tbs broad phrases of the grand air, in
the third act, with force and dramatic expression.
The make np of the two brigands wat capital, and
their acting and singing excellent. Lord Allcash
(having abandone! the traditional Brinah white coat
aad paarl buttons) sang with great ability all that
was left to him. Lorenzo (the Captain Jerks of the
opera) looked pretty and marched well.. Upon the
whole, the opera went off remaik.bly weil, and we
frost that D-r Freischutz, which is announced for
this evening, may be played to a heuse crowded to
CLUBS AND STABS.-The cases of Mr. Soyle,
reported for reluriug to pay for sweeping his chim?
ney, and Mrs. 'Woods, for her ekimney being on
fire, were both disc karg od.
Another fine Newfoundland dog awaits his fate at
susan Hudson, the well known tippler,was np and
6enteiised to twonty days in the House of Correc?
P. Tecklenburg, reported by officers Beed and
Nipson, and Felix t: ray ton, colored, tor se.ling liquor
without a license, were fined flity dellars.
Mary house, colored, arrested by officers Beed and
Coates, on thssharge of'.tireeny ot a silver watoh
and two hundred and forty-urfbt dollars in specie,
from the retideace of Wm. Ferguson, corner of Rut?
ledge and Spring streets, was held for f arther exam?
Auguatua 0. Marion, calore d, arrested for larceny
ot wearing apparel and ted clothing, was held tor
An attempt waa made to rob the ki toben of tho
Rev. J. R. Pickett. No. 87 Cannon-street, n'ght before
last, at eleven o'clock, but the thieves w?ro fright?
ened off by the cook awaking, and the noise of the
RxfoETEBs' CRUMBS.-The first kite of th?
season was ra:sed at the tost of Broad-street y* -tor
day. Tbs boys will sooa be all agog on the "bond?
Drs. Horlbsck and Prioleaa hava been re-el* ted
physicians of the Boper Hospital.
One of th? workmen sagagad in transforming the
eastern wiae of the Hoasa of Correation into a hos?
pital, waa slightly injured, yeaterday, by a piece af
wood falling on his head.
There wera more smiling faces amongst tbs Pills?
bury men yesterday than there has been for some
To tattle the agitated question as ta the first col?
ored fire company incorporated in this State, lt hie
been authoritatively ascertained that the Units i Fire
Company was the first shartered.
The present Acting Board ef Aldermen are inclin?
ed, report says, ts "stick."
Tbs Charleston Election bill coat fl 59 3. So say
the knowing ones.
The colored bretby terian 6hurch, in George-street
will ba op ei, ed for s em ce en Sunday next.
Aerugbty's well known city express is offered for
sale, as the proprietor ls absut to remo va from the
Rev. Dr. Hicks was to preach at the Baptist
Charch, in Columbia, last night, by tequest of the
Lutherans of that city.
BLOODBD STOCK -Holmes & Macbeth will
sell, in front of their offico, to-lay at ll o'clook, the
blooded marcs Annie and Kate
PRACTICAL PRE-Taxa.-Special attention is
called to thc card Qf Messrs. Parry k Little, in
another column. Their type and material is per?
fectly new, and as both members oi the firm are
practical printers of largo experience, work entrust?
ed to their care may bo expected to bo executed in
good style and with promptuess.
ALL WHO ARE IX WANT of primo substantial
Boots and shoos, will find them at John Commins,
No. 1S1 Meeting-street, near the Market. I hay are
offered at rs ta-1. mi February 22
THE PnoparsTona OP "Whann'a Raw Bone
Supe phosphate ol Lime cordially invite fanners,
dealers ajd others interested ia procuring a first,
class manure, to call and examine their works, see
process of manufacture, and iusp ct the materials
used. They have no seareXs, give full value, and
guarantee their Phosphate toc?me up to tue ; tan -
dard analysis. Claiborn, Herring & Co. sro the
agenta for the sale of lt ba Ancusta asd Charleston.
February 23 Imo
To THE PLANT?ES OP SOOTH CAROLINA AND
GBOBOUL -Believing "WHAJBS'S" RAW Bam kv
PEBPHOSPHATX or Lafx to be fal iv equal to the
best Fertilisers in mei kat and superior to many,
and being desirous of having it thoroughly tested,
we bave o included to onVr the following Premiums;
1st. tor the ?aqgest yield of Co ton from an acre of
land, a Kilver Pitcher worth SIM. 2d. For the sec?
ond largest yield of CoUon from an acre of laud, a
.-liver Pilcher worth $09. ?d. For the largest yield
ot Oom brum an uore of lind, a hilve* Goblet worth
The above premiums will be awarded where
"WHANNS"' RAW BOKE STJPEBPHOSPHATE alone is
used on the acre producing the yield.
Those applying for tho promiums will be required
to furn sh satisfaoto y evidence of the amount p o
ducc'l on the aero, and a statement of the manner tn
which tht y applied the manure. A limited amount
only of this t hosphate will be distributed during the
season. Pi icos, delivered on the cari at Chat leeton,
SG5 per ton, cash ; or $70 for approvrd city accept
anccs, payable 1st Novxnner.
CLAGH0F.?. HERRING JJ CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, H. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Ga.
February 31 Imo
CITY STOCK WANTED.
APPLY TO JAM** M. S H ACE E LPOB D.
Broker, Bo. U Brond-streei.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
BONDS OW THE SOU rn ?ABOLIVA BA?
BOAD psst da? or due in '89 or 'TO, wanted
by ANDBEW M. MOBELABB. Broker.
Mi--fa 1 Na 8 Broud-strert.
TOUR LIFE AKD PROPERTY.
TUE CONNECTICUT MB TC AL LIFE lfF
atKAMCB CUM PANT,
or BVAMTOBD, 00NN>OS*.-OT.
As?ETS and Surplus orer.,-O4,0G0,01.0
DIYXDENDs have areraged over ?? por cont, an?
RESPONSIBILITY.-For every SIM of Liabilities, it
has $154 of Assets.
PREMIUMS-Notes taken for 50 per cent, oil
NEW ENGLAND D1VTOAL UVE INSUR?
ANCE CUBE** ANT,
OT B08T03, MASSACHUSETTS.
PREMIUMS.-Notes token for AO per cent, of some.
DIVIDENDS poid annually on the Con tea button pian.
i HE JE I'VA F.RE INSURANCE COfl.
THE H A KT FO KB FIRE INSURANCE
TBE NORTH ASJERICAN FIRE INSUR?
ANCE CUMPA NT,
THE CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE
CO H PA \ Y.
THE IKYIKGFIRE INSURANCE COM
Mr. W. 0. GODKIN rr, of the firm of W. 0.
COURTNEY & CO., No. 9 Boyce & Co.'s Wharf, will,
ba eosuMoMoa with (bis A ge DOT, take risks on COX
TON, BJOB AND PRODUCE generally.
A. H. HAYDEN,
ko. WTO KINS'STRKET.
January 99 fm nemo
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, <aliat No. 8dMAR?
KET'S i lt LET, where you will And now opeo for
inspection 'he largest and most se ed stock of ci. ar?
ever imported to tbis market, and wnich we offer at
a price that will satisfy alt dem inda.
Who.cealo and Retail, oy
Sj A V A S & WARINAS,
January 1 WS No. 80 Market-street.
Booms Southwest corner of KtNG and LIBERI Y
SIBEETS, over Osborne's Gallery.
PORTRAITS PAINTED FROM LIFE
Old PatasmgB ole .ned end restored on meat
RBASONABLa TERMS, lmwlmo February J9
QUrNBY*S & OO.S PHOTOGRAPH AND
? FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION TH K LARGEST AND
SuostCollection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in Charleston. They ore perfeot copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both aneiont .md modern.
Among the coUectioa may be found HAL VA I OB
RObA'S HEAD OF CURLS 1, Correago'e Magdalene,
A. Delacroix'8 Tide G oms Out, A. Delacroix's Ilde
Coming lu. Turner's Yenice, Jackson's Englisb
Scenery, Rowbotlom's English Boonery, Baxter's
English and Irish Scenery, visas on the Rhina, The
jungfraud, lae Wetterhorn, Marine Ytowa, and
The pu bli? are reepeerfully invited to noll and tee
these beautiful-Work? ol Art. Shay are oflured for
sale at New York prices.
Greet rcducUon m the price PuBOlLAiN PIO
TUBES. Becent improveasenta m producing khaee
picturee enable us to now offer the at nearly one
half the former prices, and tar supo. or. OaB and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHES
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention given to rhildren. Aleotoeovy
lng old Daguerreotypes and other pictures, gatisfae
lion in all cases ruaxanieed, and at pri?es te ooaree
pond with the times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MA UN OLIA
At Reduced Prices.
A fine colleebon of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These are tho first and only Photographs ever taken
in that locaUty.
a I) I .Ml Y A co..
No. 361 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
February 15 16
Shirts ono Jurnistjiiii) (goons.
GET YOUR SHIRTS
Under the Star ii. I rt Sign.
* ! ' I \ '''' '
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
Also, every Variety of
GENTLE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
January 1 6mo
IL.L.IS ?Si LIllSUI.il,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PPRO HASE, SALE AN!
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ami Domeatic Ports) oi
CO?TON. BICE, LUMBER ANO NATAL HTOKEb
ATLANTIC WHARF. Utorleaton, 8. 0.
B.WrLl IS.a. R. CH1SOLM.
O Lt ? C. HIIOTT,
ATTOBABY AT LAT,
No. 1 COVE THO WEE S ? ? A 8 S .
Fehroar/ li my
1 O/\tT\ BUSHELS BOUGH BICE,WaiPPED
??\J\J fir seed.
For sal? by COHEN, HANCKEL A CO.
PEE F ER COTTON SEED.
ASMALL SUPPLY OF PEELEB COTTON SEED,
just received from Kew Oilcans, and lor sale
at $5 per bushel.
GEO. W. TtTLLIAMS k CO.. '
March 1 3 Factors. -
EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
THE GENUINE EXCELSIOR >EA ISLAND SEED,
the Cotton oi which old in this market at One
Dollar aed Forty Corns per pound ($140), tor sale in
lots ro snit purchasers, by WM. GU UN EY,
Marchi_Imo_No. 102Enst Bay.
TO RIOE PLANTERS.
WAGONER & M AT THE WEB' IMPROVED
Just rood ved by the eu Wee? Ibers, who are agents for
this 3 ia Ut of these practical a-d successful
TUET ABE ALSO AOBKI8 FOB
THE BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
LOMBARD'S HAND RICE HULLER
BECKFORD & HUFFMAN'S G ii A 11
DRILL-with Guano attachment
THE DOUBLE CTLINDER COTTON GIN
FOLSOM'8 HAND-SOWING MACHINES
ALLEN'S HAND PUWER,
Which ?hey offer at Manufacturer's prices, together
with a large assortment of Plough* af alt Makers.
COLLINS' STEEL PLOUGHS-one and two
BRINLT'S 8TEEL PLOUGHS-onc and two
AMES'PLOUGHS OF ALL KINDS,
And Agstcullural Implements, timi ware, Bar Iren
Cutlery aod G uni.
J. E. ADGEK & CO.,
2?0.1W MEBTINO-STRKBT AUB Wo. ?2
EAST BAY-STREET, ?
!' H A K L S S I U N, 9. m.
February 3 wttataao
Pm fort?, Ctr.
FASHIONABLE DAY GOODS.
LORD & TAYLOR
HATING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
SOUTHE II N II f Y K lt S
that their stock during the coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever before, sad an inspection of it before pur
ohnaiiiR elsewhere is solicited.
Having their own buyers in each of the principal
Eui opean markets, the.) will be able to maintain the
longes aolishod roputaiioa of ihe house for keeping
desirable, sali?ble gooJa. ol willah, also, their leng
experience aa tuoeosafui rat.liars is ample guarantee.
Ibo sore-ai .>oi arm nts are, vis: .-ILK-, DR e..'a
GO< D-, OLO<H? >HAWI,>, <LOfB>, UPHOL8
TbRT, LINENS. WHITE GOOL*. HOBIEi T and
GLOVES, LADIES' and CHILDBBN'S . UfFl i'?
ll NG, in each of whleu will be found goods select?
ed especially to meet the demands of Southern cus?
Samples of Nrw GoodB sent upon ti pp' in tien.
LORD k TAYLOR.
Nos. 461, 463. 466 k 447 Broadway, 1 " _ v".v
Nos. 26*. MT, MU k 261 Grand-street. J *ew ?ont'
Noa. 461 to 46T ILoadway, encauce on Grand-st.
Marchi! ' Imo*
FUECHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OTTB
Customers in general, inst we have )UM re?
ceived (In add i fon to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY UOv/i.1), a nsw sappi/ suitable for the
oo v earn s a o?:
Beautiral Ftylss of t>F??ING DHRifl GOODS, at
m od ort te prieta
CLOAE?, DRY ??GODS, POPLINS, Lt, at reduced
* p ri oes
H. ?vy Balmoral flkirst at 31
Very choleo article Black silk at SI 20
Ladies' sapor Merino Vests ouly SI
G od quuity Kid Glares ut SI
160 duaon BOOP -Kilt 18, 60 to 60s.
Nice Quality Spring Uelioees nt ItK. cents
Utteub. iinorV oeleuratwl Pruncti Coi WET, fl 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng
Huh Hu-il. UV, burn 1 up
Afine a.aortmenl or Ludios,' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin Clo-.h and L4tle GLOYKi?, olegant destine.
A good aeleotion ol
ULANKEid, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c.,
At tho lowout usures.
W.- would also notify our patrons thai w- hiv* ar?
ranged a Bu(>efate department in our Store exclu?
BOOT'S, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, Ac.
CS- ENTRANCE ON CAL1IOUN-S1REBT.
FI'KCIIGUTT CV BKOS.,
No. 437 EING-fc'lUEET,
TOUX D . ALEIlKllKll,
NOTARY rUDLIC AND GENERAL AGENT.
No. lt! liroad-slreet.
RESPECTFULLY SOLZCI1B BjaiNESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNT? of Merchants and ethers,
and In WHITING UP AND PONTING their BOOKB,
either in part ur whole, he. Janunry 9
j^HAl.VO.V ? UKO WW ,
ATTORNEYS AND . SOLICITORS,
Lancaster Court house, South Carolina.
WM. M. 8HANNON. I JOHN BROWN.
Camden. So. Ca. | Lancaster C. H., So. Ca.
ROOMS AT MS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COR?
NER OP MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmw6mos
Jj! H. TRRNBOIl?l,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
.HAHLBXTOX, S. C.,
MINER, 8HIPPER AND DEALER
Mouth Carolina x.-itirc Bene Phosphate..
No. 275 KltG-RTFiKKT.
GOLD AND TIN FOIL, AMALGAM4, MINERAL
ULTU, Stael Goods, and every article used by the
Dca bat. Emo January 27
BUSINESS CABDS, BILL HEADS, CIRCU?
LARS, LETTER HEADS, INVITATIONS,
VISITING AND WEDDING CARDS,
PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS, CATALOGUES, 4o.,
Printed tsatefully and quickly,
No. 3 State-Street, Boar Broad,
XT^M. H EN UT TKESCUT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PENDLETON, S. C.
Msrch 8 1
EAS dc BU RM E T,
ATT0RNEY8 AND SOLICITORS,
No. 17 Broad-street.
Prac?oe in all tko State and United States Courts
H. DEAS, Jr,, [ 6. B BURNBT.
OBOERS FOR "MOTSOS" TO 8 ld PASSOVER
will be Keel red by
S. MiTRS, Kuperintendaaat,
Maroo 1_3? ' Ne. SA Marhet-etreot.
MESSRS. PELLORSE k CO., HOE'lOULTU
RlsTS. from Paris, have the honor to inform
the publ'O that they hare arrived in this oily with a
beautiful assortment of
PLAITS AMD FANCY SHRUBC
For Gardt ns ard Bouses,ss fo lows :
100 different kinds of very fine ft raft ed BOTES.
400 varieties ef FRUIT TKEB8 of the finest quail
ties, amone w icu are the Cherry Tree (Bmpress
Eugenie) eigtr ot the Cherri se weighing ons pound.
i he Butter Peer, incoinnar.ible, wi lgha from one
to two pound- each; and a large assortment ot
Flowers ona Vegetable Heed
Also, very fine Bulbe of every sort, which remain
in bloom from five to s'Z months.
Carnation Pinks (eew var.etiea) reeently i aton?
do oed in F ranos.
Amateur- ore solicited to cull and examine the
above assortments at tbe store No. 193 King-street.
Will remain pOfltively but ONE WiltK LONG tR.
Marah 1 0 Ph LLORAR A CO.
LONDON IND PARIS IXIMMS.
PEIZE MEDALS I
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. HST. T.
SIX COK?, H?FT FINISH
This favorite Throed being 8ix Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, ia recommended for ita
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
VOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goori? and Notion Dealers.
February 37 Imo
jy B. PICKLING*
HOCKADATS STABLES AND LOTS
Ie now prepared to keep OATT LA, HORSES and
SIOCK of er ry dcseripv.on. 'lhere is a good
purse and large anea* en the let, I will sell Mock
OD small commission. Imo February 9
Q.BUROE Mt. HACKER'S
STEAM TLANING MILL,
DOOR, SASH, BLIND AND BQXFACTORY,
KING, OPPOSITE CANNON STREET.
MANUFACTURES A!*D KEliPtf CONSTANTLY
ON BAND, DRESSED LU M BEB of every descrip?
tion. Doors, sasbee. Blinds, Mouldings and Trim
miugs. All wu-k guaranteed and at Northern
pneea. Boxes for packing of liquors manufactured
and constantly on hand, at his FACTORY AND
WARKBOOMS, Bing, opposite Cannon'street, on
J Iee City Railway. mwflmo uso Marchi
YKRSON k BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
HASLEM, H. Y.
This celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
the year, and is guaranteed to koop sound through
the hottest walther, and on that ueoO'>nt ie of ad
Ales tbs boet adapted co the -outhorn climate. The
proprietors arc dosi roiiH ol'ostnhliabing a trade tor
their Ale in thia -est or., and wi*h to make ar?
rangements with some ?-ni rgetic, responsible porty
to toke to -gunoy 1er the sale of it m i'bari eton
and vicinity. RYERSON k nATfcs,
Darlem station, ,\ew York City.
E. H. RODG-ERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHUCKS AND TAUS
BRASS AND G KK MAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, otc.
MARKING I INT IBIS
BY TRE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, ?fcc.
No. 129 KAST BAY-STRERT,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
?SJ- Coll and examine specimens.
January 16 Smos
M P O R TE a S OF
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, <fcc"
And Dealers m
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM S. OORWIN k ?O.
49-Ooods deUverrd to all parts o? the City.
OFFICE No. 975 KI N Ct ,
OPPOSITE HAM ELS THEE T.
January 27 Jae
Clothing, Dry Gooda, Batt,- Mirrors, cfc.
BY MILDS DRAKE.
THIS MOB N IN Ct, at IO o'clock. I will sall at my
store, corner ot Hing and Liberty streets,
' '1 he following CLOTHIKO :
206 PAIRS MEN'S CASOIMEBE, SATINET AND
JEAN PANTS '
60 Cai Aimers and Satinet gaek Costs
76 suits, Coats and Pants
Pieces Cassimere, satinet, Plaids, Brilliant, Printed
Lining, Irish Linen, Padding, Ac.
Dozen's Linen Fronts, Paper CellarB, Quilts, Em?
broidered and Hemstitch Handkerchiels, Bair Nets,
Gaiters, Ladies Eid and Mik Gloves, Gents' White
and Colored Gloves, Sewing Silk, Neck Ties. Ladies',
Gents', Misses and Children's Hosiery. Mik Hand?
kerchiefs, India Combs, Black Linen Thread, Nee?
200 dozen Men'e and Boy's Clack, Brown and Pearl,
Alpine, Italian, ?ouug Anterica, Pocket and
Kentucky M its.
12 doaen MIRRORS, assorted sizes, and a variety
Of POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY, the 3d instant, at IO o'clock in our Sales?
room, >o. 142 Mesting-street, we wlU sell for
100 cases assorted, all fresh and desirable, BOOTS,
8hoj8, Brogans, Balmorals. Ga ters, Misses' and
Children's Balmorals and Gaiters. 4c, Ac. To
which wo Invite the attention of buyers. Maroh S
Sale of Furniture, lotions, ??c.
BI WM. MCKAY,
At No.'136 Meeting-street,
Will he postponed till FRIDAY, 6th instant.
Books! Bnk*! Books!
BY WA?DLA W k CARjhW.
Will be sold, at lbs offlcs ef WABDLAW * CAREW.
Braid, BOX: Slate-street, at ll e'eloex A. AL,
TRIS BAY, tbs Sd instant,
A collection uf OLD ANO BABB BOOKS, Thae
l&k'cal, rhilcsopkioal and Hist?rica! Among them
are several warks er great euhuuity; sash ts "lt b
lia S.' era, 15?-Jerome Edit on; an Aceten! Hebrew
Bible, Heb) ew aad Chaise n Lexie OB. IMS," As., ira.,
Aa. Alto, several valuable Coatsaant riei and other
Miseellaneaui Booka aceepatb.e to the general reader.
Catalcgu^a on day sf sub).
Marra 8_m wi
BY WAK DLA W & CJ?REW.
Will be sold, at ll A. M, TO-MOBBOW, the 4th
ms i a t. at the Old Pestaffice, corner East Bay and
lha.t BKIitK STORK AND LOT OF LAND, situ?
ated oa north side of Vendue Bange, No 28, mea?
suring m trout 19 feet 10 1 ches, more or lest; in
depth on west line stoat 67 frei 6 inobes; o> tho
back or J orth lino 24feet 10 inches; thence on east
lins rnnmng southwardly about 14 feet: thenee
westwardly ab nt 6 fcc ; 'hence again on the east
Une ru nug southwardly about 44 f-et 6 inches;
bounded sou ti warm y on Vendue l'ange, westwardly
on lands of William Trenholm, northwardly on
lands of John Williamson, aid eastwardlyon lands
once o Joshua Brown.
i . ms cash. Purchaser to pay W. k O. for papers
aad stamps. March 3
Under a Foreclosure of Mori/age from
Bi A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
TO-MORROW, 4th day of March iostnnt, on Union
Wharf, foot of Pim kuey-street, at 12 o'olook, 1 will
expose at Public *uct lon,
Oue-lo irth interest in the sloap WYANDANK, to?
gether with her Masts, Hows p ri ta. Yards, -aili, Rig.
gin?, Anohors. Cablas, Boats, Tackle, Furniture, Ap?
parel and Appurtenances.
Terms cash. E. W. M. M A CK KT,
Agent for Mortgagee,
March 3 mwthS
illuminer!), (Custinfls, (Etc.
7y| EKTING-STKKItT Fd IND HY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT 13 NOW FUPNTSHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sues
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, 8UGAR MILLS, IUGAB BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sises
HOB8E POWEBS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter .
IMPBOVBD LEVER COTTON PHESSHS for Hand
power, Haw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of sU descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRON 18 AND CASTINGS FOB' BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, etc, tte,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MAOHINIS1 ANB FOUNBER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHABIXSTON, 8, C.
August s_m we
F ROM * TU 350
horse power, inc nding the
colcorstej Corliss Cut-oil
Knglnes, ?llae Valve Sta,
tioaar? Engines, Portable
Engines, A-o. Also, Circa
ar Malay and. Gang San
Mills, Su^ar Cane Jills,
?baiting PuUeys, Ac. Lath
?ns Shingle Mills. Wheal
and Corn Mills, Circular
-sws Belling, he. Se sd
for descripttvs Circula* and
WOOD k MANN STB AM ENGINE CO.,
Fabrntry 18 Cmos Utica New York.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAVLOR&CO..
CA DI KR?N & CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers. &c,
Nos. 4, C and 8 FRITCHARB-STREE2,
(NEAR THE DST DOCK),
Charleston, S. C.
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVER1
?SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates ai
can be bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low*water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 pac_3mos
LEATHER AND RUBBER
Rivets and Burs
Belt Hooks, &c,
FOB SALB BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
Wo. ?03 BAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, 8. ..
_?julio* Salti. X
Hortet, Mulu and Yr hiela; alto, Chain, Ta?
hiti, Bureaus, Extention Tablet, Stove*,
Boo it tase, Secretary, Carpitt, Mirrors,
Dttkt, Piano and Jewelry, at Aueiion.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAT, the 3d instant at 10 o'clock, al his
Salesroom, Ko. SI Brocd-ikre <t, will be sold.
FBKN0H BUBB MILL STOKBS and other Saa
dsies. March 8
Positive Sale of Crockery, 'Glassware, &c.f.
Eight Dozen China Ditht*. Sixteen Dozen
Tea Plates, Milk Jugs, Glatt Bowls and
Dishes, Pow Doztn Coffee Cups, Platts,
4/c , ?fe, at Auction.
BY G. McBBlDE SMITH.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at bis Salesroom, Ho. St
The well-known Thoroughbred Marts, Annis
BY HOLMES & M A CB I TH,
Will bo sold, THIS DAT, 3d March, at U o'sloes,,
in front of our office, Bo. 86 Br^ad-i treat.
Theta fine Thoroughbred M ABBS, AN Nra sat
KATk, perfectly gentle in bsxne*s and nader tka>
saddle. One ot them an exteilent saddle nag for s>
One let DQUBLB HABNB8S, in good order.
March 3 _._"
Stf/lith Saddle Bone.
BY HOLMES & MACH KT H.
Will be sold THIS D*T, 3i instant in front af our
office, No. 88 Broad street, at lt o'clock.
One handsome oadvsry alyuen SADDLIi aOBSK.
lenas cash. March8
Wtll-ktpt Furniture at Auction, Ko 19 Soeis
ty street, thrttdoort tatt of Meeting streit.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAT, Si inst, st Ba IB SoeUty
Htrcet, at 10 o'clock,
co* tiarra o ur I>AXT ort
BEDSTEADS, BUREAU*, Washstands, fetas.
Chalis, Tables, Mattresses Pillows, (Hair and MosaTt
Lounges, Book Cases, Chamber bet?. War dre bo?,
Window -hades. Carpets, Glassware Crockery, Mir?
rors. Paintings and BngroviDgs.
Furniture can be inspected on Tuesday frota IS ara
1 o'clock. Premises to Bent
Terms essa. : Marea S
Draft and Saddle Mare, Mutes and Horns,
ons Light Barouche, with top.
BY J. FRASER MATH. WIS.
"Will be sold at my office, No. SI Broad-street, THIS
DAY, at ll o'clock.
Term?cash._ .March? ,
MILLIGAN & hGff,
Will sell THIS DAY, 3d instant st 10 o'clock, at Na.
Si Catho on-street, east of Meating-atreet,
THE CONTENTS OFABRTAIL GK JOBB Y a TORR,
GROO ERIKS. Crockery. Glassware, "Tinware/
Counts.' Saales, Counters. Show Cates, Eeraseaa
Can Cheese Box Tee Boase, Tea Ca idles, Measures,
raucsts, Empty Barrels sad Covers, ko., So.
Bortet, Multi, one Top Buggy, two Wagons,
Ploughs, O?te Furniturs and Sundries, at
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TH I* DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. ?3 Brood,
Furniture of a Family Declining Houteketpiny.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BBQ.,
TO-MORROW, at half-past 10 o'olrok, will bs sold at
AO. 19 East Bay, opposite Kombera wharf,
The above, consisting of PA BL B, DI.TTS G
ROOM and CHAMBER FURNITURE, Carpeiiag.
Plano, Cooking Move, Ac.
Terms cash. Articles to be removed immediately.
IB B.CIU1TY-lt MU SHAW.
Twenty four Valuable Farms for tah. J. D.
Kirkpatrick, administrator, vi. Jae. Chesnut
Before the Courthouse in Camden, ca the first MON?
DAY in Marah next, will be sold,
SIX THOUbAND FOSS HUNDRED ACRES OF
LAND, belonging te the Ea tate of John Chesnut, de
The sale of tbls large tract situated in the Inme?
diate vicinity of Ooaad.n, and to be diaooscd ot ra
small and convenient parcels, offers s fine opportu?
nity to all persons who desire to purchase cotton and.
1 trias-bo much ooah as will pay oasta et* pre
eeedhaga and expenses ot sale; balance on o credit of
enc, two and three years, wita Interest payable ca?
usally, neared by bond, good a souri tia? and mort- ,
sage of pr -OB:?ac sold. Parcbssers to poy for pa?
pers, reoonUac and revenue stasspa.
Coloeel W. M. SHANNON will furnia* all tassrsaa
Uoa oeaeeraiag sold loads ie say person applying.
J. D. DUNLAP, h pedal liocelTor.
Cand?n, S. 0., February 16, IMS.
February 17 wit
Om of the Bist Farms on Charlesttn Nick
One Hundred and Tit inly Acres-A De
ttrablt Sitifor Raei Count, tfi.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
Will be sold, st Private Kale -
That FA KM, known aa "Beyward's," about two
OBd one-half uailae from' city limita, opposite
Clement's F.rrv Bood, bsanttrollT situated en the
banks cf Ashlsy River, containing as per plat 1M
aerea. Sa d Form is not only valuable tor ogrirul
turol purposes, bat seuld be advantageously appssv
p ria te J as a Rn-a Coorie and plaoe of g?rerai f*b
lle a mu-cmsat, of whlth tbs City or Oh rlsstcm is
in need an* for which purpose this Farm was rs?
eenily selected by parties Wi-D. versed on sash oub
jssts. and a oom>c cf ene mile staked out upon lt.
Its quirk sad easy sc ess by water, the houth Oarc
liua aud Nor heaatern Ballroods, the delightful rida
tc it afforded by shell sad Fiauk Roads, 1 point to
il os p"Ou)larly adapted to the above mentioned pur?
poses. Apply as above, st onion,
March S ? wal No. 88 EAST BAY.
BY G. MCBRIDE SHIM,
lie 31 Brotvd screes, s ota tia side, near
Staate) aita act.
At Private ?o*e
PIES 1' CL?Sd SBA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
valuable Riee Pl?ntaseos ? .
Tal cab lt- Upland Plantations and Farms
Bxteasiv..?..d Valuable Msnafietorioi, Hill Sites
sud D>'lightrm -uminer Besidenosa in vnrtou?
paris of the routh.
ALSO, . '
HOBBE* AND BUILDING LOTS of all she*, prie
and descriptions in every part of the city
January 25 mwlSmo
PAKKNIH'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
TRET CURE DYSPEPSIA,
Aim ALL dssABxs cr ns
STOMACH AUD LIVER.
TEST AU saeewjtemeB sr TUM
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AOSKT?, NEW TOM.
Mananfactnred by C. F. P?NKNIlf.,
UUaTsUK AUB A?OTHTCASY,
JtS*Jfa* Bau ow J>r**girts Bffsrytenars.'lHL
!. ub.ua y 15 m wi 1 yr
IS?. H, HUrrNCK,
asMUis8iow mts mit,
AsW WSIIWtW ?HABSt,
.SwrlSCIDQ. b. 0.
B. fcaJStua tfuu-.i laos Saptmt: -? *j