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AUITIOX SALES 7HIS DAT.
K. M. MARSHALL & EROTHEB will soil at
10 o'olock, at residence No. 29 East Bay, furniture of
WABMA- k CAREW will sell at ll o'clock, at tho
Old Poetoffioe, brick store and lot ol land on Vendue
A. C. MOGILLIVRAT will sol at 12 o'c'ock, on.
Union wbiif, cae-four'.h inerest in the sloop Wyan
X. al. CATER will sell at threc-quancre pa-1 9
o'clock at hi. ttore. Brown's whan, butter, flour,
LAOT.KV k ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock, in
their stor<\ East Hav, cheese, soap, butter, ic.
R. & A. P. CALDWKLL adi] sell at hall-past 9
o'clock, before their store. East Bay. lot unbagjed
JOHK G. MILNOR k Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, 'n
their salesroom, Mee?iig-st.eet, hats, shoes and dry
J. FRASEB MATHEWES will FeH at ll o'clock, in
his office. Broad-street, ro&c trees. geraniums. &c ;
also, a lot ol cigars.
MEETINGS THIS DM'.
Howard Lodtco. at 7 P. AI.
Pv?iagorean Lodse at ha'f-pist 7 P. M.
Young Amenca Fire Company, at 7 P. If.
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ing to subscribo for a specified numbor cf copies
containing the r cards, should leave their orders at
our counting room to-day. AU orders for ten copies
and over will be supplied at thc rate of two and a
half ocntb per copy.
COLL EOE SOCIETY COMMENCEMENT.- Tho an
Bual commencement of the Chrestomathie Society of
the Charleston College will take place on Friday
(to-morrow), commencing at 7.4 j P. M. The public
aro invited to au -ni, and, as tho ex ercises arc usual?
ly of a very Interesting and instructing character, a
large nu--ber will probably be prcseut.
THE OPERA.-Notwithstanding tba rain, tbe
theatre ?ai woU d lc I last night, o o tho occasion of
tie performano of Der Froyshutz. The opera, in
most respects, was rendered TOOTH acceptably than
either Martin or Fra Diavolo. Tho solos of FrcJ
erici, in the second ac, were especidly well surg ;
and the chorus and orchestra throughout performed
tbex purls with admirable spirit and precision.
There will positively be but toreo more opera nights,
beginning to-ri-ht with Gounod's Faust.
PALMETTO PIKE AND BIASES- INSUBANCE
COMPANY -A biil has boen introduce 1 in thc state
Senate to incorporate this company, thc io1! >wing
uamee appearing in the bill cs those of :orporator6:
Edwin Bates. Andrew M. Morel anti, George I. Cun?
ningham, W. Y. Leitch, R. B Oarper..er,.?. W. .Mar?
shall, Henry Ger its and D. U Chamberlain. The
cap Ul stock is to consist of S2j0,000. Oivided into
ten thousand shares of $25 each, and f ? ',0 '0 are re?
quired to be paid up before the company commences
Miss MCCUL LOCH.-Tao foUowiu^ flattering
noUcc of tho performance of Mis J Mcculloch in
"Boiisario" ap; cars ia the "Courier da' Etats
Unis:'* "Mi*s McCullo;h car.icd off th: honors of
the evening. Hor vjice is less distinguished for
strength than limpidity. She embsUisho 1 her ro?
mance of th* second act with a vocalization of thc
purest toste, an.i executed it with nrecis.'on, accuracy
and flex bi ity. Uer ot lomatic Rimuts resemble flro
?works, and her prolonged notes wein executed to
porfootioa; thc staccato notes wore m?t silvery,
.and fol upon thu ear hue thu patterings of rail. Thc
final re -ul t of tu - opera was a perfect success."
Miss Mcculloch is a native Carolinian, well known
to many of our readers, who will bo glad to loam
that tho is ach.evin,' brilliant-success iu thc profes?
sion which she h is cosen.
CLUBS AND STABS.-There waa * slight in
creaso in tho Mayor's docket yesterday. The follow?
ing shows the state of the moral barometer.
Two African ladies, Emmi Jones and Ann Wil?
liams, for disgrao ful conduct in King-street, and
uaib,' profane language; ten days each iu the UOUBU
J. Addison, whi'e, found overbalanced with a
brick in bis hat, was cared for and charged $5.
Jeretni-h Joyce, white, was found wounded In
King-street with a "gia sling." and his wouad
dressed; charged $5, in default of which Jeremiah
went "np the spout."
A small colored boy of toa summer.*, caught steal?
ing cotton on Adger'e wharf, was committed to the
House of Correction for twenty days.
^ahn R. Pepper a small colored boy, charged with
raiding on (he till of Mr. O'Caine. No. 12 King,
street, was discharged, the guilty party being held
foe exa m ina ti o D . _
CHARLESTON BO ABD OF TatJ>z.-The rot; ular
monthly meeting took placo last night, > flor tho
raading ot the minutes the naine3 ot the following
gentleman were proposed, and elected to member?
ship ; E. sobrio?, Same.' 3. Ho we i. (1. P. Aim ir,
John H. Averill, and D. McPherson.
W. T. Bar.o offered thc following resolutions,
which were adopted :
Resolved -hat a committee of seven bc appointed
by th' President, to -determine toe manner and wjy
of oolebrat ng our next anniversary, a_d t..at they
report toan adjourned meoti-g, i o bo lwld on Fri?
day ovoning. tho .2th iustaut, at oight o'clock, ut th.'
Resolved, That tho soma committee appoint a sub
comm tc e of hreo to lio.d the election mr otlioero
for thc e-suing ycir. und that the -aid co umitteo
advertise ti ne un 1 plac>% of olectioo. m tho city pa?
pen, three times belora tho day of election.
The President api.oiuted Mesa s. Vt. T. Burg", A.
Maobetb, Wm Gurney. D. F. Flomiag, H. H. Do
Leon, H. Bicnoff, an I G. H. Waller on ?his com?
mittee, On moiion. the B ?ard then adjourned,
? ? --. i-.
fteo-TEP.'s CEUUBS.-The perilous teat of
?wi'k ng on a wiro stretched across Meeting-street,
from the windo.v of Strauis & Vanceo' 6toro to tho
Pavilion Ho ol vor nd i, will bo por.ormcd on Satur?
day by Professor Boi di.
There wore a thousand and one tumors afloat yes?
terday about the Mayoralty, aud dcvelepmonts in
connection therewith, nono of which assumed any
Butterfield, of lie Pavilion Hotel, has thrown
"moro light" oa the Moetang-stroelentrance, by get?
ting Guiilcm n to put up throe flee large g ob03 with
the words "f avidon Hotel" thereon.
One of the finest cat tinges ev .r brought into this
city, con be secu at Chapiu's, Eaync-street.
Tbe blooded mareB ' Annie and Kate," 30ld yes?
terday, brought about S325.
Rumor has it that there U a breach between two
quondam friends, now aspiring candidites foran
important lucrative Federal outee.
A gentleman on Meeting-street crushed bis finger
day b-fore \c-vor.lay, in an iron safe door, and is
receiving twenty-five dollars a wo -fe, from an acci?
dent company, while it disab es him.
Bill Lake's Hi ipo-Olympiad and Mammoth Oir
cus t9 debghting ?ao peopio or Augusta; wonder If
ii ,T?1 como HUB w.iv ?
Tho coming of tho Hanlon'e. and their contemplated
velocipede race, has incr- aaod the mania her? for
the ..feedlees horse " Why d n't Mr. Due show
his '?hanlmal" on B-oa i-street ?
The new iecori book, measuring rod and scales
at the nnrdhouBo, rxo:to th? ire of parlies who
have go through ibeo'ueaL
Borne of the King-stree! 3ti>rcs woro notified yes
.Brday to keep the sidewalks cexr o? ;h.ir sigos,
agreaably to city ordinance.
There isa general desire to knov thc author of
fte criticism tn the Gazett: on tho Staboi Mater.
Tne price of mules has declined.
Some ot tbe colored night watchmen, recently ap?
posed en tho police force, have been on duty for
the past two nights.
Itanagar Grau o antere platea the introduction cf
tb? opera "Bouffe " on our boarda.
BEULAH WRITES ANOTHER BOOK.-Mrs. Au?
gusta Evans Wils on has sold .ho ?J SS", of a new novel
which sho has hist finished, to her old publishers,
Messrs. Carleton k Co., of New York, for S?5.0C0
HOTEL ARRIVALS, MAECH 3.-Picfflon Ho?
tel.-H Rosers, N ?; J Ottoleng ii, G W Wiso,
Edgefisld: S E Woodward, WW Woodward, Black
vi'le; P VDibb c. O.-augMmrs; W li Ward. SC; I
H Johnson. Bi rn wei!; J P Harley, Orangeburg; L
S Gosh NC; WT Spires, ft stephen's; W W Jone?,
NE Railroad; W L Simmon0, City; li H Clowes, N
Y; M E Edwards, Ga; N WLacey, J M Talby,
Charleston Hold -Geo Perry, Bostor ; W T Mont?
gomery, savannah; Mr and Mrs T W Evan?, Miss
Evans, E H Butler, F A Biker, Philadelphia; S W
Whitwell. New York; S Clark, M Van Dyke Mirhi
gan ; H A Pierce, Kew ?ork; A Getty, ci y ; M Flaum,
vflfcterboro'; Wm Elliott. Beaufort; A M Leo. Dela?
ware; A Jackson, Alabama; N F Earnctt, New York;
Chas Walter, ci y ; W W Wei ington, W A Sheppard
aud wife, Mrs H Howard John Knover, Ben Knover,
Mr and Mrs H R Winthrop. P Eumi', W P Wain
wnght.wiie, two children and two nurses. Now York;
Mr and Mrs S U J ones. Dr C Eollock, ( hcrow; C W
Lewis. Boston; G W Clvde. Philadelphia; Jas Platt,
New York; J M Richardson, South Carolina; Mrs
Colouel J M Andrews, Colonel M Cogswell, and Mrs
Cogswell and daughter, New York.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, March 3
HON. GEO. S. TARTAN, PBESTDINO.-James A. Crat
wcll and John T. Patterson, assignees "ere allowed
to sell choses in actif n of tt>e bankrupt e-tate of
John P. Buz haidt oi>d A. Al. Wicker. Martin Cha?
im's petition forvountory bankruptcy, previously
referred to Registrar dawson, was transferred to
Rcgi-trar Jaeger. R. L. Lubber, assignee, wa i or?
dered to sell personal property of Ihomas Ellisor,
bankrupt. A E. Carroll, S. M. Danna and R. F.
Briggs were fieall3 discharged. Porter arid 'bomp
aon. bankrupts, were allowed lo alter their schedule.
The petition of Adams, Frost A- Co. to set' up lien,
was referred tn Registrar Carpenter. Louis Mcbain.
D. J. Wi n and Robert H. Wardlaw were approved
of as assignees of sundry bankrupt! The p?titions
of John O. Edwards and M. Manheim, for final dis?
charge, woro referred to Registrar i arpenter, and
final hearing ordered on 16th April.
THE STATE COURT, HON. R. B. CARPENTER,
PRESIDING. -Wednesday, March ?.. 18G9 -Is THE
GENES AL SESSIONS.-'1 he State vs Gabriel Levy, in?
dictment for murder, which was to have been tried,
was, on motion ot thc solicitor, postpouod in conse?
quence ol the absence of a materul witness. Feb?
ruary Grant and Toby Caldwell, indicted tor larceny,
and dofended by R. W. Seymour, Esq.. were found
guilty. 1 he Grand Jury made the following pre?
sentment, and wer .- discharged nutt! tin.' morning,
at half-past tcu o'clock :
The GraDd Jur y cf ( barlcston County, for the
Fobru-uy term of the court of Common pbas ?.nd
Gcuoril Sessions, si; ce their last presentment, hav?
ing had brougbt to their notice by ceniheat-s and
roports of parties tho condition of the R ads and
Bridges of St. Johu'a Berkeley County, prr at the
same as a nuisauce. and, ia many cuses, lia.-ussaele
ana da< gorous, more especially the points heroin
alter named :
Ou the hiver Road east side of Cooper River; the
brid ci on Tiger Swamp; Mepkin Bridge; small
bridges between strawberry and "iggln Chuic'i;
largo bridges across Wad boo Creek; bill on river
bank at Strawberry Ferry; hui at Biymu Charrb; on
the road west of C< oper River; bridge ot twenty-six
milo post; bridge across Deep linn; a portion of thc
rod ; ou Cougarcc Road from Monea.'a Corner to
Dla<:k Ojk, a: d cu io upper st. Jouu'e; tour largo
bridges oa long causeway; bri Jg aeson .-anteo
Canal; four large oiul.is across F. muon's Swamp,
and cau-eway at t-o.uci sault Crock; ou road (rom
Black Oak to Bonueau's Depot: the brii'go u:ro.?
Posbce Swamp, aud about ono mile ol the icu J in
bad coooitioa; on ibe laver Road FOU tb 'ide A .-an?
teo River; Look's Budge; Giini'lUt's Eridge; ? rsc
Ne k Bridge; Gi.>r alain swamp Bridge; 1!joker
Those brid os are all on public roads leading to
tho sevo a. depots ou thc N rlbcaetoru Railroad und
to summer settlements, and vcrv important to the
trive.lin? puolic, and the road have no; been work?
ed nor the bribes repaired far ns.irly two vcar3.
and for the p .st lour years very imperfectly done.
Wu make tho loilowiug report on thar portion of
our previous pr?senme it refcrreJ to ns: '
'i b.it on the eve oi tho recant election in the ci'y
of ( harli eton, in Novombcr las', tue sheriff of this
county org >nised a bod> ot m -n for thc purpose of
atendiug the polls :o thc tiumbor. as s ato i b?' buu
solf. of aboni twenty, to whom ne gav.- written uud
privat? appointments as special ri pu-ic* cf thc
thc; UV, aed whi>m t:odesignated UR such by i-suiog
toihembadg s, const, ting oi .'loth, siampcu with
tao w inla Special 0. puiv Sheriffs.
i he Grand Jury seo m this action of Sheriff Mickey
a gross abuso cf tho ofiico of sheriff and ol ibo
P wer allowed him by law, to appoint d pu ies to
aasixt him in the pcrformauco-1 bis duties as sheriff
By i ha a-t of 18S0, notion VIII, he my uppoiut
legulir deputies, whose duties arc couti ie.i to thc
bonds proser bed to thc sheriff himself, and he mav
appoint *'sucii succia. de-pmitt." us thc exigencies of
bis business m 'y require, "lor whoso conduct he
aht> 1 bc respoirsiblc." We do not lind auv law which
bnngs tho suierv.slon of tl o c cations of tho .-ny
within thc dutass, authority pr tu-iness of Ihe
, Ou the contrary, the whole theory of thc constitu?
tion, and tuc providion of ibu olodlou liws, p'.are
tue entire respo-sibiliiy and autuoritt of couduct.
'.ug tue olecdou and of preserving order at thc polls
upon thc managers ot elections. 1 he nature of their
ree, onstbiluy eie-udes the idea of a-..y scinolaace of
a diviued responsibiUtv, even in pre.omug the
pea ec. They .the managers) have <he uulin-itcd
power of immediate urrcst wuhoat waxraut, and of
sealing to jail any person who lu any manner inter?
feres wi h thc otcciiou. There waa, tnercloro. not
oniy no ocasi?n foi the assistance of the sheriff aud
his deputies, hut the. o was no place for them in tho
electiou exec,a as pri at? citizens, entitled to cast
tho r votes and gd a . ay f om ibo pol's.
l he piesen-e ol a body of men, clothed with the
apparent authority of rSe sh riff of the county, was
eaten ated necessarily to exercise an irregular,
undue and mischievous Influence on the election.
The official character given them by the ?hcriff in
this instsnee, we are forced to believe, mu.t nave
bean intended to overawe voters at the polls, una wa
therefore i.resrut Sherill' E. W. tl. Mackey for an
abuas of his office and authotitv as sheriff, ca'cuiat
ednecessarily to mike the.office an ius.rument of
ter.or and opprcs.-ion. or to bring it luto great dis?
repute iu the eyes of the public to tho st rio us detri?
ment of 'hs coninuuity. Wo ilso present him for
disturbing thu recent el- ct ii u tu tho Cit. o. < bari cs -
t-n by sen -i u,7 a b :dy ol mcti to attend the polls,
clothed wiihhw otllcid chu'acte.*, ih- testimony
adduced before us shows that thc conduct ot this
forco cf s'ior li's deputies, at tho polls, establishes
thc paitisau character ol its uppointm -nts. and ou?
tr nu.-:? entire!v. iho instructions which come of
th.-m e aim to havo received f.-om Mr. Mackey, and
the plea upon which he ? ofenda their a,.polulmout.
M..uv of them did uotkeep the peace or good or?
der, or preserve the pu'iiy of the electi m. Go the
contrary, aimed with c'uhs. they miuulcd ?itu the
cro-d about the polos, identified th-m-elves with
those othor colo-cu mon who also app -arcd armed
wita cubs and wearing var oas co.ored bjdjjas, au I
wbom Mr. Mackey oct-ienates as "Ropu Brou bul?
lio, s," j linoil in tho interference wi'.h and intimida?
tion of coloied voters, and raised .such disturbances
of tho election, us to t/mg its validity in q ic?ilon,
aud which, but '"j. |a0 lorbc trance of the wbito citi
zeus of i ^r;esto J. must havo resulted in b ood'hcJ.
WC cresent the uamoa ol James N. Hayoc. -
Gr.-eu.- singleton, who have been brought to
our notice as disturb^ i the election, and ask tor to*
dictmeuts agttit-st sheriff E. w. M. M-ck'-y au-' the
above lia-i ed parties. Wo farther rcc'iumend that
-T. G. Barker, C. lt Miles und J.uncs H.
' " I . .?anloyed as addi-ional counsel ou thc
Campton bo. 3
part of the Sta.o
W LLIAM O. "ii'HiLDEN, Portman.
Charleston, March 1,1809.
The coert s ate! that so much of thc pre* ntraent
as referred to the retaiui_g of assistant couns 1 for
the State soemed to cast a reflection upon tho State
officers, who had cover a* jot oiven any ground tor
such an imputition, and who were fully able to le
pro'-ei.-t thc State. Thu the Ia* mode m provision
for theuppoinimcnt of assistant couns 1, and that
noue would, thorot'ore, be appointed. The solicitor
was ordered to have t o inuictmcn's in the cases
prepared this morning to be submitted to the grand
jury. Tbe court then sojourned.
BUilNPISS ?f OTIC JCS.
To THE PLANTERS OF SOUTH CABOLINA AND
GEOEOIA -Relieving "WHANN'S" RAW BONE SU
PSRFHOSFBATE or TIME to bc fUllv equal to the
beat Fertilizers In ma-kot. and superio' to many,
aud being desirous of having it thoroughly tostcd,
we havo o include I to offer the following Premiums:
Lst for the largest yield of Colon from an acre of
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For thc soc
ond largest yield of Cotton from an sere of land, a
silver vitcher worth 550. 33. For tho larg st yield
o' Corniroman ocre of Lnd. a Silvot Goble: worth
Tho above premiums will bo awarded where
"WnANNB*" RAW BONE SOTEEPHOSPUATE a'one is
used on the aero producing the j it-Id.
1 hose applying for the premiums will Sc required
to furn sh eatisfoctu y . vidi nco ot the unouut p o
duced on the acre, an i a statcmeut of the manner in
wh eh (tn y uppiicd ihe manure. A limited amount
only of this l-hospbato will be distriUu'cd during tho
8ens"n. Prices, dclrvcred on the can at Chai teston,
S65 per ton, cash; or t70 for approve d lily accept
anees, payable 1st Novear er.
CLA3H0BN. HERRING k CO.,
Ac-mnmpdation Wharf, Charleston, S C.,
?nd No. 7 Warren Block. Auga9ta, Ga.
February 23 Imo
SADDLEBT, LEATHEB. kc-Messrs. Jennings
Ihomlinson ft Co., a well establi^hi-d and widely
known firm of tbi= city, by acard in another column,
call the attention of thc public to their ex'ensive and
careful ly selected stock of s-.dulery, saddl-ry hard?
ware, carriage materials, ftc. 'J hoy nave also for
fale a supply of socond-ltand ' government McClellan
sadd'es. thc vary best saddle ever made for constant
riding. 'Xheir placo of business is opposite tho
Charleston Hotel, ot No. 359 Mectm^-slrcct.
UoiTE-MADE DuKADat Kinsman'sJSaloon.
March 2 tutbeO
THE rKOPRiETOKtt OF "Whann'a Raw Lone
Supe: phosphate ot Limo cordially i i vi te farmers,
dealers aod ohrrs interested in procuring a first
class manure, toctllaud ermine their works, sec
process of manufacture, un i iasp ct the mitcrials
used. They hare ?io iwr?fit, give full value, and
guarantee their Phosphate to com? np to the i tan
d:ird aealysis. Claiborn, Herr;u? k Co. oro the
agpnts for the sale of it ia Auousta a..& Charleston.
lin; t?fl??Sj (?tr.
MY Iii! WT
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 348 King-striiet,
BEG LEAVE TO I'RAWTHE ATTENTION OF THE
PUBL C TO THEtn VEUT EXTENSIVE AND
WE EL A'-SORIED STOCK OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods,
CONSISTI NO OF:
DRESS GOODS, WHITE' GOODS, SILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS
NOTIONS, HOSEERV. GLOVES
TOWELINGS, DIAPERS, IRISH LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS. SHIRTINGS
SHEETINGS A3D PILLOW CASING, in
We invite especial attention lo ou: larue Stock of
Dress Goods, Cloths aud Embroi?
Which will bc f jund v.-ry complet : iud reasonable.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS (X)HEN & CO.,
Ko. 3*8 KH?-STUEKT,
BETWEEN M A BK ET AND HASEL STBEETS.
March 2 : util s Imo
FASHIONABLE O.-Y GOODS.
LOUD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
SOIT H K lt ff BVTfiKS
that their stock during tho coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever b lore, and an inspection of it before pur?
chasing elsewhere ii so leiten.
Having their own buyers in each of thc principal
Eu-opean markets, thei will bo able to maintain tho
longes aolUhcd roputadoi ol iho house tor keeping
dcsiruble, sal ablo goo.is ol' w.dch, al ko, their it ng
experience aa successful ret llora is ampin guarantee.
Ibo 8CV0 al 'ic^nr m nts arc. viz: .-ILK-, DBli.-S
GO'Ds CLO'H* -HAWL>. ? LO. K-. UPHOLS
ThRY. LINfc.N>, WHITE GOODS, HOSIlii Y aud
GLOVES, LADIES" ?nd Cbll,DREN'?* ? OTFIT
T1NO, in each of woden will be lound goods felect?
ed csoechdly to meet thc demands of Southern cus?
Samples of New Goods sent upon application.
I.OBD k TAYLOR,
Nos. 461, 461. 403 k 467 Broadwoy, 1 w?nvnrt
Nos. 265 , 257, 259 k 261 Grand-street, f B0W Ior*'
Nos. 461 to 467 Broadway, en rance on Grand-st.
O It DAT ATTRACTION
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers iu ponenl. ihat we bavo Just re?
ceived |iu addil'ou to our usual stock of DOM KS1 IO
and FANCY GO?yi S), a now bupp.y suituble ftr the
Beautiful t-tylos of ed\.IiSG DKE?5 GOODS, at
CLOAE->, DUX OOO OS, POPLINS, ic , al roduocd
U' avy Balmoral Skii ts at; 1
Very choice article Black Hlk at SI 25
Ladies Bupcr Merino Vesta ouly Si
Ct od ?lUk.ity Kid Gloves at SI
i60 U<iZoU HOOP .->KlKiS, 60 to GJc.
Nico Qu il'ty aprinu Ualiooes it 12*? ccnU
i.iitouh imor's celebrated Frouob COUSET, fl O?
A lull and completo assortracat of Ge. min and Eng?
lish HOSle.UV.from Ufi up
A Ono a sortmout oi Ladies' aud children's Silk, Ber?
lin i.lo.h aud Lirlp G LOVES, elegant ?esrins,
A good selection oi
CL AN EE ft?, COMFORT, QUILTS
TABLE DAMALS, Ac.,
Af the lowoat giraros.
We would also notify ; ur patrons that w* havv ar
rau'.'ed a separate depart.at tu our Store exohv
ROO?S, SHOES, HATS. TRUNKS. Ac.
t&r ENTRANCE ON CALUOON-STREKT.
FL'KCIIUUTT kV DUOS.,
No. 4117 KING-fTUEET.
December 14 3mo
STENCIL 31 AN UF ACTOR!
E. H. RODG-ERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AN3 LUES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHKCKs AND I AGS
BRASS AND G KR [tl AN SIL,Vfc;R KEY
RINGS, CHAINS, ?kc.
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
S UAL. Pic KS s F.s
BRANDI VG IRONS, Sm.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STKK&T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
gcjj~ Call and examino specimens.
January li ?mos
$?)Mf0j g?TnCSS, (Otf.
C ARROGE MATERIALS, LEATHER, &c.
THE Tj:iD RS1GNED PEG TO OALL ATTEN?
TION to their iarirc and completo 8'OCK of
SADDLES, DUH LES, HARNE-S aud all kinds of
CABBUGB MATEBULS which they offer at
Wholesale and Retail apon th? mo<t favorable terms.
43-ORDERs PROMPTLY EXECU TED.
JKVMNiiS. THOMMNSON & CO.,
No. 159 M PET ING- 5T REET,
Opposite charleston Hotel.
Sf. B.-Als), secoud-hand Government MCCLEL?
M a-eh! Imo
JOHN KNOX.EDWARD DALV.WILLIAM KNOX.
J? fi O X, DALY ?t C I?.,
GENERAL AUCTIO. EERS
c o M ii i s s r o :.T MERCHANTS,
No. 130 Mcctlnpt-strcet,
Corner Wentworth, Clur'cs'.on, South Carolina.
: trroE IN NEW vonrc >o. 82 WARREX-STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS ZOLWlTh D
PROMPT RET URNS MA D R.
All Goods tully covered by Insurance.
March 4 1
BUSINESS CARDS, BILL HEADS, CIRCU?
LARS, LETTER HEADS. INVITATIONS,
VISiri.,0 AND WEDDING CARDS,
PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS, CATALOGUES, Ac,
Printed tasto'ully and quickly,
Ko. 3 State-Street, near Broad,
PARRY & LITTLE,
March 3_._ ;l
ME-SRH. PELLOWE k CO.. Hull'ICIJLTU
RTSTS. from Pans, have thc honor to inform
thepubl c that theyh'ivc arrived iu thU city ?ith a
beautiful assortment of
PLANTS AND FANCY SHKUIIC
Por Gardens a"d Booses, as fo lows :
100 difforcnt kind- of very fine grafted R05ES.
400 vai ieties of FRUIT TuLES of tho finest qiudi.
tic?, among w ic i arc tho Cherry ?r>o (Eoip'rcsi
Eugenie) cigU' oi thc Chcrriea weighing ono pound.
Uhe nutter Pear, iucomoar.iblo, w< igli* from one
to two pound- each: and a large assortment of
Flowers ana Vegetable >ccd
Al-o very ?ae Halbs of every sort, which remain
in bloom from Ave la s x u.ouths.
Carnation Pinks ( ew vuretics) recently intro?
duced ia France.
Amateur- arc solicited to call and examine the
aboveumrtDnnt* al tue stor ? No. ly2 King-street.
Will n-ninln i*> itively bal ONE Writ E LONG .-..IL
ntarch_l 6 P? LLOI^E it CO.
LO; DJS AND PARIS EXPOSITIURS.
FJIIZE MEDALS I
O. NT. T.
SIX COIMI, SOliT FINISH
This favorite Thread being; Six Cord to No.
SO, purely Soft Finish, is recornmcudod for its
great superiority for Hand and Machino Sow?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 Imo
B. F I C K. L. 1 N G
HOCK AD AY'S STABLES AND LOTS
Is cow prepared to keor>' CATTLE, HORSES and
STOCK of ev ry d esc ri pt on. 'lhere U a poid
pump and large si'Cds on tho lot. I will sell t-tock
on small commission. Imo February 9
V'KIISUN k BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY.
HARLEM, N. Y.
This celebrated Aie is brewed fresh aJL through
the year and is guaranteed to keep so-.?nd through
thc Rottest weather, aud ou that uceo >T?1 is or a 1
Ales the bpst adapted to tho -otithora climate. Tho
proprietors are dwroiiH of astAbllsbilg a trado for
their Alo in this cction, and wi*h fo mko a -
langucienta with sama en rgctic, responsible party
to take'ho g'ney lor thc silo of il m 'hail sun
and vicinity. EVERSON ft HA Hi*.
Harlem ??Cation, Xe? York 0 ty.
February 15 ? 3mo
Shirts ann /nrnis!)ing (Sonta.
OET YOUR SHIRTS
jyi e e t i n LT - s t r e e t.
Under tho Star Shirt Sign.
? ^^^^^^^ P
SI1IIITS AXD CULLAl?S
Also, every Variety Of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
ITtlCES THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
January 1 fm1)
OFFICE No. 975 KINO,
January 27 3mo
Hats, Cap*, S!i',c?, Enff'ilh Hosier., and Dry
BY JOHN (i. MLXNOIl & co.
THIS DAT. 4th instant, at 10 oV.locIc. wc will sell at
our Auction ?ulosroom. No. 135 Meeting-etreet,
A desirable invoice ol' O' ODS. just received per
BUCK FELT HATS. Boys' Hats. Cloth Caps, as?
sorted lot of Shoes, English frown and Mlx-d HaTf
Rose, Linen Shirt Fronts. Shoo lacets, Men'* and
Womb's Cotton Gloves Swiss Musi n. Buss?a Dia?
per, Waterproof IWeods, Colton Cassiraoro?. Lappet
Mart DEI. Lace Veils, Muslin and Madras Handker?
chiefs, H. fi. Ii. C. Handkerchiefs,
A gon?ral assortment of desirable PIECE GOODS.
CondPions ca<h._March 4
BY E. & A. P. CALDWELL.
On TUEf DAV noxf, tho 0th instant, will bo sold at
our Warehouse in Chalmers-street at 10 o'clock.
484 barrels Choice. Extra and Family FLOUR,
Charlo?ton inspection. Ibo various brand* have
I een carefully selected lor this market, and aro well
worthy tbe attention of bakers and dealer*.
Conditions ash thfmtul March 4
BY JR. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tho 4th instant, will bo sold before our
.store, at ha f-pmt 0 o'clock.
IB barrels ON BAGGED HAMS.
Conditions cash. March 4
Chees?, Soup, Burler, Bacon, Potatoes, $c.,$?c.
BY LAURE? & ALEXANDER.
THIS T>\'?, 4th instant, will be sold, in our store,
No. 13T East r?v, at 10 o'clock,
50 BOXES CHEESE
10 loxes Family Soap
Tubs Butter, Bacon Strips, Belly Bacon, Shoulders,
Potatoes, Paper, ?tc, kc.
Conditions cash. March 4
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be- sold, on Brown's Wharf, THIS D.VY, at
throe-qu irters-past 0 o'clook,
60 tubs drance County BU l l EU
10 bois. Flour. Extra
100 cosos Brandy, Bum, A-c.
5U tubs Kettle Lard
i??O C. C. Chamber?, 4's, G's, O'*, li's
800 C. C. Bowls, 24's, 30's, 36's.
Conditions cash. March i :
I SALE POSTPONED j
Sale of Furniture, Sotions, ?jr.
BI ww. MCKAY,
At No. 13G Alcctlng-slreet,
WilL be postponed till TO-MORROW, 5th instant.
Prufls, Qc mirais, (Cir.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE
WHOLESALE AND BETA TL:;
CABONATE OF AMMONl \
OREA M OF TARTAR.
H. BAEK, Druggist,
No. 131 MEET INO -STREET.
Dios IND M?MES.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTH N
of both city and rountry purchasers to his large
stockof DiiDOi, PATENT MEDICTRSS, ri; it ru M
EBY, FA .ICY GOOD s Ac, tee., aU o? which he of?
fen at the lowest mirkct rates.
H. B A ER,
No. 131 MEETING STREET, NEAR MAR?
C. F. PAFKNIN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. I?3 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C .
rjlUE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to his etocltof the bet Imported, and Domes?
Of his business he bos'.ow? tho utmost personal care
and attention, and guorantccc thc PURITY of thc
MEDICINES used in eonipo-jiidmg.
Prepared carefully ?J all. h?i\ra of the day am
SPACIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE Ol
MANUFACTURED BY ?
Heisre. GEO. TIE ?ANN & CO.
OF TSTBW ^OKTT
H1S STOCK OF
Hair, Tootli aod Nail Brashes
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for tho sale of the celebrated
Kockirridge Alum Spring Water,
A supply of which t3 always on hand.
Which have cj'abliehcd for themselves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes tc
mailt a continuance of the public patronage whict
has hitherto been extended to him.
February 16 tnthslyr
Uff hr ? Foreclosure nf Mortgrge from --
B? A. C. McUILLIVRAY.
THIs D YY, tho 4:h day of March instint, on Union
Wharf, foot of Pfmkuev-stroct, at 12 o'clock, I will
expos: at Public Auction,
Oue-!o:irth interest in the Sloop Wi'ANDANK. to?
gether with her Masts, Iiowspiits, Tards, sails, Big
ging, Anchors. Cables, Boats, Tickle,Furniture, Ap?
parel and apportes mees.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MICKET,
Agent for Mortgagee,
March 4 mw rh 3
UNDER DiiCULK I.\ EQUITY.
Gray vs. Heartens.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
On TUESDAY, the 9:b of March next, at ll o'clock
A M., will bc sold at i he Old CustombouFO.
All that TO?OF LAND, situate on the east side
of Kina-atreet, known in Hie plat of the sala street
by tbo number 176; measuring and containing, m
front oo King-ttreet twenty-nine feet (29/leeland
in cT pth ninety-nine (901 feet. Butting and bound?
ing north on land of J. 0. Levy; east on land of |
aenry Sifl.y; touth ? n land of the estate of Mignot,
and west on King-street
Terms-One-third cash: and the balance on a
credit of on two and three years; to bo secured by a
bond ot the purchaser ond u mortgage of the prem- j
is;s. Purchaser to pay for pacers and statn'pa.
E. W. M. M A CE Ll'.
Sheriff Charleston County.
February 18 th3 tul
I .VD IK DECKEE IN EQUITY.
Henry C. Guerin, Executor of Bellinger, vs.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,.
JL netto ncer.
Will be Fold on 1 HUBSDAY. the 18;h March, 1869,
in <ront ol the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and
improvements thereon, situate on the west side of
Franklin-street, nearly opposite the Marine H isp?
tai in th- City of Charle* ton. s. C., extending
through to Smi'b-trest on the west, with the abey
known os ' Cromwell's Terrace," running through
as much of raid land as ls now divided into lots or
built upon- mea unng and containing on north end
south lin', 656 lr ci. more or lesa, and on Franklin
street r mt Smith-street on die west 73feet 6 inches,
moro or less. Bounding norib on lauds of Burdell
and Philip Gunn; south on landa of B. W. Seyu.our; |
east on Frankliu-strect, and wist on Smith.street.
Torrn*-Oue-fourth cash and tho residue m one,
two and three years, se.-u ed bv bond and mortgage
of thf premises fold; buildings to be insured and
policy aBsigued. Purchaser to pay for stamps ana
papers. E. W. M. MACKEY, 3. 0. C.
february 25 lb. 4
VNUElt nh L it E K IN EQUITY.
David B. Venning vs. William Rollins.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will ba sold on THURSDAY, the ?5th day of March,
instant, at ll o'clock A. AL, in Iront of the Old
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north side
of Henrie ti-tree r, in tho City of Ch i rles ton. P. C..
mi-osuringWd containing 10 leer in iront, more or
le-s, by 115 n depth: buttiug and bounding south
on Heur otta-strtct, w. st sn landa of Eckt? rt, north
on lands of-, and on the east on lands of Jonah
Terms-one-third rash; b dance payablo in one
and two ye .rs, with interest, payable semi-annually
from day of salo, se med . y i ond H and mortg ige of j
piemise8 by purchaser. Pnrchas r lo pay tor pa?
pers and stamps. F. W. M. MACKEY, t. 0. C.
Marci: 4 t?4
iviiuljinm), (Eastings, (Etc.
LEATHER AND J1UBBEI?
Lace Le it her
Ki rds and Burs
Reit nooks, &c.
FOP. SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH ABLESTON, S. C.
January 6 3mt
V HON 4 TO 350
borso power, inc udiog tho
coienrstcJ Corliss Cut-off
lingi ues, sn,|e Volvo Sta?
tiouurv Engines. Portable
Ungi es, Ac. Also. Circu
ar Mulav and Gang wuv
Mills. Sugar Cine Mils,
- ha ting pulleys, ito.. L ita
and shingle Mills. Wheat
and Corn Milla, Circular
-aws Bellina, Ac. Send
lor descriptive Circular and
WOOD k MANN STEAM UNGINE CO.,
Feb mary 18 Cmos_Utica New York.
PHOENIX IKON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAY LOR & CO.,
. CAMERON ?Si CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c.
Nos. 4, 6 and 8 PRITCHA RD-STREEl^
(KEAB THE DEY DOCK),
Charleston, S. C..
STEAM ENGIN ES AND BOILERS-MARIN E,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND WILLS OF EJ?ERX
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS oi? EVERY KIND UN IRON or
Voguarauteo lo fur nish ENGINE i and B0ILEB?
of as good quality and power, ?md at as low rotos a4
cati be had lu New Yor!:, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'? Lcw-water Detector.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
a* DAMAGE FRO ll LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Feftruary 1 DAO 3T09
JAMES KNOX.JOES QUA
KiNOX & GS LL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No, 126 SMITH'S WHABF, BALTfMOBS,
Consignments of COTTON, RICK, ftc., raspee?
fairy solicited, and libero] advances nrM* thereon.
Orders for CO UN and BACON promptly exec atar
nth caro ann attention.
A"-il 27 l2mo??
.11 P I) lt TE It S OK
TEAS. WINES. BRANDIES, cVc...
And Dealers ID
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. a. ooBWiN tt eo.
49-Goods delivered to all parts of the City.
fH nett on ^alrs#
BY WARDLAW& OREW.
Will be sold, at 10 A. M, THIS DAY, the-4th
insta t. at tho OldPostofiicc, corner East Bay and
That BRICK STORK A SD LOT OF LAND, situ?
ated oa north side of Vendue Runge. No 28, mea?
suring in front 19 feet IO 1 ehe*, more or. loss; in
depth on west line at.ont. 57 Lei 6 inches; OD the
back or r orth line 24 feet 10 inches; thora on east
line rnrmrng southwardly about 14 feet;' thence
woetwardly ab "?ut 6 fee-: 'hence again on the east
line ru niog southwardly about 44 ? et 6 Itches;
bountied southwardly on Vendue Hange, wes'twardry
on lands of William Trenhrlm, northwardly on
lands of John Williamson, aid eastwirdlyon landa
once o' Joshua Brown.
i < rms cash. Purchaser to pay W. & 0. for papers
and stamps. _March 4
Furniture of a Family Declining lie us-keeping.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'cPck, will bo sold at
No. 29 East Bay. opooslte Southern wharf.
The above, conaisttug nf PA BL B, DINING
ROOM and CH ? M BEB FURNITURE, Carpedn?,
Piano Cooking t tove, kc.
Terms cash. Articles to be removed immodlatelr.
March 4_ *
Dwelling, No. 60 King street, near Trodd.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, thc 9th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Postoffice, Broad-street,
The above WOODEN DWELLING, in roofed,
containing4 Square Booms, Kitchen, Ac; lot29feet
6 Inches, by 130 feet deep.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay auctioneers for pa?
pers and stamps._tutht4_Marcha
Ten Acre Tract in the Town of Summerville.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, 9th instan?, a* ll o'clock, will ba
sold, at tho Old Postoffice
The ahovo TR * c I. lying between -<aw Ulli Braach
and Alain-street, a short walk from the Depot It
wUl ba sold by tho Acre, with the privilege of the
Terms rash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Choice Roses. Dahlias, Gardenias, Blue Oy
prums, and Sweet ifyrlles,with a large vari'
ely of Choice Geraniums, in Pott.
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES.
Will he sold. THIS DAY. at my office, at ll o'clock,
Terms cash. March 4
Lot of Segara.
BY J. FRASER M AT HEW ES.
W1U bo sold. THU D AY, at ll o'clock, at my office,
1700 EL MUNDO
SOU A Ular Plo Hondo
200 SmaU Plantation
100 Conejas Y Z pt di.
Terms cash._af arch 4
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY J. FRASER MATH ti WES,
By virtue of an crier of sale lo m.' dlreotel by the
Hon George S. Bryau, Judge or the O. S. District
Court for tho District ot South Carolina, I will
off T for salo at public auction, at tbs Old Poet
effice, foot of Broad-street, Oh aries to a, S O., on
WEDNESDAY, M ireh 24: h. 1869, at ll o'clock,
AR that valable PLANTATION OB TBAOT OF
LAND, in * t. Lu (e's i'arish, in the County of Beau?
fort and Matu uf Son th carolina, co nm aaly known
aa ' Ct Hefa ir," aud cont lining eight hundred ani
f-ixty-f' ur aerea, mor-1 or lesa. ,
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay tor pipen and
stamps. LOCI- MoLAIN,
AssigoeofE.B Barnwell, Bankrupt.
March 4 thsSlmwfis
Elegant Private Residen-e al corner of Orange
and Trodd streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale to me dirtied by the
non. Geo. S. B yan. Judge of the Uait?d States
Court for tho Dis.rle; or boa h Caroda*. I will sell
at public auc iou on 1U?-D lY, 9th Marc*, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the Old PosMffloe.
T..at very desirae- o aud s.iaoi ns BE 'I0EN0E at
northwest co.uer ot Orange'aud fradd streets, now
occupied by thin Hon. P. O. Gaillard. Tho House
contain,-rooms, and upon the premisas are all
necessary outbuilding?, with a spa' ions garasn spot
Ibis is one nt the most desinfle Residences in
Charleston, and ls well situated w th rufo-euee to the
business part ol v. liarles to u. and i i o ce proximity
to the Ba tery. Lot mca-uieB 110 feet on fradd by
160 feet OD Orange street.
1 erma-One- ourlh cash; balan e In ona, two and
three yoars, secured oy bond a d mirtnageof the
pro erty. wi.h interest; property to b insured and
po icy asst'ned. Purcha,*er to pay Auctioneers for
papers and stamps.
LAWRENCE W. O'HEAB,
As- ignea of Theo ora Stoney.
February 15 matthmtuC
Jturtionccrs' JprtDtitr Soles.
Residence in Lamboll street. m
BY LOWN DES & (j RIM BALL,
No. ?30 Broad-street.
At Private Sale -
_ That large RESIDENCE. No. ll LamboU-street,
contiinti'g nine roo nts and diesiBh* rooms water
w.irks io tbs house. Lot measured<?S by 13$ ltdt
Forruoiy?a - . . . eatfaB
-J) t SMALL'S BOOR STUBB.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS. ?ko.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Oems of Art
and r-oug, with ninety-nine 1 >rgo steel engrav?
ings, imperial 8vo. moroco, 420.
TEMTTSOH'S ENID Illistrated by Gustave Dora, fo?
lio, m au e'egant binding, ?10.
I E s NTSo ti's LooKSLT HALL, Ulojtrated hy Honnesy.
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S ELEOY, with seventeen ftnelv colored draw
inga and a photographic reprodoouon ef tho
oriirnM manuscript, i<o SS26.
Wjt?atar. POSIES, original Poems of country Ufo, .
edited by Bobert Buchanan, with tony-seven
Illustrations. 4io. $10 ?
VBB BIET, by Mich-lai, illustrated by two hundred
aud ten exquisite engraving* b? Giaoomolli, $S.
CHUIST IS Soso, or Hs ma ol Immanuel, selected
from all aces by Philip nohaft D. Ii-, Uro, cloth
gili extra, $G. -
Covma's i .MILE TALK, and other Poomj, beauti?
fully illustrated by the most em.noat English
A-list?, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
STOUT wnon AN ESP, from the German cf Cc
rove, large 4to, with tifteon beautiful pic?
tures, m mutation of water color?, $7 B'?.
CEBiaryAS CAROL, by Charlea Diokens with thirty
Ulnstrattons, by Eyimge, -nu.'4 oo'ovo, IS.
SCOTIA'S B?TTDB. tho choicest nrouuotious of th*
Seoliish io. ls, beautiiuUv Ilustra od. 8vo, $4.
MARMION, uv Wahor -cctt. with fhteou photographie.
ma-trition , s*. .
LATS osa-rne HOLT LAND, from ancient oed modern
writers, with sixty-tlirec- lliust ations, 8vo, ?8.
.Jmirurns' HOOK OF I ATS a miscellany ot popular
?utiqmiie-, two lar e vourao-', r val 8vo, *9.
Tte above aie all in elegant bindings.
j jp I A S O S I P I A B O S 11
GOLD MEDAL FOR 18C8 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STIEFF FOB
THE BE JT PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERGOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY'
?TBEET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STBEET,
DA LT I.HU lt E. Alfi.
HTTEFP*S PIANO HAVE ALL THE LATEST
Improvement, includin? tho Auraffo treble. Ivory
frocta, and tbs improved French AotloD, fully war?
ranted for five v?in>, wi.h privilege of exchaout
within twelve months if not entirely satl.-taotory to
purchaser. .Second-handed PUuos and Parlor Or
cana always oa baud brm $30 to5300
BEVEBEEIl WB*0 HA VB OUU PIANOS Cf CSE!
Ocn?rai BObert K. Lee, l oxinyton. Va
General Itobert B-mso-n, w,im:u mn. H. G.
General D. H. Hld, rkarlntta, N 0.
Governor Jnun Letch er. Lexington, va.
Slossrs. B. Burwed At aous, ULariotte, N. C., Fe?
male seminary. . _ '
C. 13. BWdlck, Female College, KUfzelfs Spring?,
Bl?hop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max StrakObch, Itali .n Opera
Messrs Pf?sou & BOOB, Somter. S, O,
Charles spencer, Charleston' d.
?end for a circular. Terms UberaL