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mu DAILY KEW y.
43f LABt?t'ST 0IBCOl.ATIOX.-Tn8 DAILY
SEWS BEING IHK NrW-PATKB OUT ULM
SKcoc.MZhD AS mvrv; THE L\r.G?iT. CIR.
CCLAIIOS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS UFllMN
ING IN THE POSTOKFICK AT TH S KND Ol
EACH WEFE. A ('COU DI NO 10 THE PROVIS-"
IONS dc TUE NEW PCSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS will be served to subscri?
ber? in tbs city ni six DOL?AOS a year in advance, or
at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, payable to the earners.
MEETINGS THIS DA 1*.
Oranee Loci c, at 7 P. M.
Cirolina Ha-e Ball ( tub, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Hook and Ladder torupauy, No. 2, at
hali-past 7 P. il.
THE Music ATST. MARV'S YESXFRDAY -Thc mu-ic
at St. Mary's Church yesterday at Hieb Mass and
Vespers wes particularly fine. 'J be leading soprano
sarg with a b-uderncss and a neatness of vocaliza?
tion whi h ci i henor to her nob lc voice and thor?
ough musical knowledge
MISSINO VOLUME.-A volume of THE DAILY
NEWS Hies cover ngtbc ptriod of six months, trou.
July, 1867, to January, 18C8, which was borrowed
from thU oil) c by somebody sevcal mouths aeo>
has not yet been roture cd. 3 he borrower will much
oblige us by se ndiug thc same to THE NEWS OFFICE
without delay. _
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THE STEAMSHIPS EMILY B. SOUDEB AND MO
KEKA.-These two well-known steamships, which
formed for about two years aline between this city
and New York, aro advertised to be fold at bankrupt
sale,at tho lat.er cit/, on Wed?esday, Match 17. lhe
Emily I?. Sonder was built at Philadelphia in 1851,
and the Moneta at tbe same place in 1865.
A TUG FOR CHARLESTON.-The Savannah Re?
publican, of Sunday morning, nays: '-Tho po > erfd
steam tug Christiana departed : ostciday aftcrucon
for Charleston, under cormand o f Captain J. K
Richardson, a skilful officer. She will be engaged in
tho towing bu-iiiers in Charle-ton haibor. Wo wish
her and her popular captain, every su cess "
THE STATE COXSTTTOTION AND LAWS.-Denny
& Potry, of Meeting-street, state p:int< ra, havo pub
Bsbed and havo tor sale a revile J edition of tho new
constitution, to which are added the acts ai.d jfint
resolutions parsed at the special ses. ion. and copies
of the military ordeis. therein re-enacted This is a
compact at.d most valuable work, and as the edition
is a small one, those who wish to obtain conies had
better apply fur them at once.
MONUMENTAL FAI - Wo learn that the tair
of the Washington Light Infantry Association, to be
bald fur tile purpose of ootainin? tunda for th? erec?
tion of a monument to thc memory of the mom be s
of the co mpauy wlio fell in tho la e war, will tcke
place at the Hibernian HaU, oarly in May. A num?
ber of lad i e.? aro already at work preparing for thc
fair, and wo a'.e euro that ibo time-boooie I company
will make a display equal to any that his ever been
seen in Charleston. Much success to tbeml
THE ARREST OF ALDKRMAN OLNEY.-It is un?
derstood that Aldermaa Olney will at once bring an
action for false inipnsoumsnt against W. H. Mishaw,
the colored magistrate by wh'>\u he wa* arr-'?ted on
Friday night. Ii is believed that there is Rood Moneta
for an action tor conspiracy against the same person
in connection with thc same ca e.
There is a proper determination on the part ot all
the gentlemen concerned in (hs Miyoralty embroglio
to hold to thi strictest accountability under the law
any person who may proceed against them in an ar?
bitrary or malicious manner.
Ou Saturday mor oin,: Al .ermin Olney gave bail in
the sum ol three thousand dollars, F.W. Marshall,
Esq., and Z. B. Oakes, Esq., being the sureties, to
appear on tho first Monday in June and answer to a
charge of m'adem*anor.
THE RAILROAD WAS -The Augusta Chroni?
cle and Sentinel of yesterday says that the commit?
tee of the Augusta C ty Couueil have reported rn
favor of allowing the Colombia and Augusta Ra In?
road to build a bridge acrom tho Savannah River.
They say that the columbia and Augusta Railroad
ha * fulfilled the conditions of its agreement with Dae
city, and it now only remains to designate the point
at which th? road shall cross. The committee give
a history of tho contract of t'.e city with tbo South
Carolina Railroad, and. in the words ot the Chroni?
cle, "the committee, we think, though they do not
say so in so mtmy words, certainly by implication
leave tho impression, that Gae contracting cou pany
have violated all of their contract* with tho city and
that, therefore, the Heard resolution is no longer
binding upon tbe la'tcr." Tho statement or the
Chronicle is a one-sided cue. The South Carolina
Rai..*oad can doubtless put a very different com?
plexion upon this important transaction.
THE YACHT HESBS&TA.-This woll known
craft, latoly in oar harbor, and which was a 'mired tor
ber fine lino- and clipper-like appearance, had a
stormy ^asiage to New York. The Herald ot Fri ~ ay
lasUias thb following report in rete, once t J it :
The Henrietta anivod at th:s poit yesterday from
Key West vis Charleston, which place .-he left on the
30th of last m ?nth. 'J he first day oat she encoun?
tered a fearful tornado from tho nonbward, wiiich
- carried away the fore and mdu boom, with aB their
attachments, lhe sheets were torn to pieces as
though they had been made of tissue paper and
blown overboard, but we-e recoveied by the ero v
af ?or th too hour's hard vork. While the tornado
raged most f onously tho soa ran vory nigh. '1 he
yacht however, rode through the storm lo ber
usually (tiliant manner, bhowing concusively tint
the splendid seagoing qualities she di-played nur-ng
the ocean yacht raoe had not as yet a tia nd on ed be .
Aler the sails had been rrcovered a storm trysail
and a two-re-led foresail wero igged, and with those
sills alone to aid her ou ber course, the vo--scl pass?
ed throng i the ordcil triumphantly, with no other
dam ico than the injury to the sales above men?
BEPOBTEBS' C'BUittBs.- Tho colebralcd veloci
p-dlBcswill commcne- their public exh'bitious to?
day, the youngor of the Hanlon B-othors starting
from the corner of Queen tttid -tatc-strcots. at twelve
o'clock M., thus giving the East Biy merchants tbo
flr?t sight c f this wonderful performauce.
It bas been reported for several days ^at CaptaiD
F. N. Bonneaur of t is city, haB beeu caotuyd od lhe
const of Cuba, trying to ruu tho i Iocktde.
Yesterday, the weather midden y changed cold
enough to prodaco ic?, of water exposed a few
A number ol ?bo Pillsbury " Aldermen." so called,
qualified on Saturday night. Thoy claim that they
have now a money quotuai or "no money" quorum
The Rev Dr. Baker preach:d at High Mass at St.
Mary's Church y.-6terday.
In consequence ot tbe lido mt sui ?ag, river im?
mersion bv thc Rev. Jacob Lcjiro did not take rluco
at tho foot (? 'J radd-'trcct, jcstcrd.vy, 'out at tbo
Morri?-street Baptist Church.
Professor Bend, lhe wiro-.walker, who astonished
an immctso concourse of people, ine'.u.ting hun?
dreds of led'es, with hi-? peri'.-m and wonderful
fsats, at thc come roi H i.-el and Hcrtiug-slrceu, on
Saturday, will exhibit agiiu to-day at ihi ssmo
hour-thrco o'clock. Ho is really worth seeing.
A rumor oblatncd currcucy last evoniag that Gov?
ernor Scott would ba in tho city to day, to put the
finishing stroke to the municipal muddle.
DeLargo esr ir. s to ?a? post aiastcrsbip of this city.
Tho peoplo are thoroughly satisfied with th* prosent
Tho A'issioo Presbyterian Church, colored. Gorge
steoct, was opened for tho first time f jr divine sei
vicc yesterday morning, coon and evening.
Tho members of the b.r will bear in min i that
the country dooket of tho Court of Common Pleas
will be called to-day.
If the namoi and number of those *bo go in 'tie?
back door of the "white bon-e" in . oughty stroet
wore known, they ^ould "astonish tho nat ves."
The other evoniag "teforo hours," while the visi?
tors to the college cxercisos wc r-? roturning through
Et. Phllip-streot, a city cart was eng iged in rccelv
u? night soil from a yard near by. Surely this
business should be deferred until "after hours,"
when propio have retired.
CLUBS AND STA:.S.-Tbero wera only two
cases In fore the Ma\or oa t a. ur Cay, which arc as
L B. Joy, while under ibo influence ot liquor in
Alecr?ng-strecl ; Cued ?3.
Jerry Jenigau white, ly?nt! tlcwn :;?;oxic:ttd :n
Tra id-street; tined $2.
THE AMUSESTEKT SEASON m Cliarlcsion prom?
ises lo be quite brisk lox s^u:u ti:na to e mo. Tho
GermauOpcra Compavy closed .? brilliant engage
mm on Saturday, and it s reid that Manager
Gran U so well pleased at bis ?UCCCM here and
iu o'h'r Southern cities, that ho elesaens return
iug hillier at an carly day to pivo us a taste
ol o;:rra "Bouffe " 'lhe renowned Hanlons begin
a se-son of bix nights at eur theatre this eve?
ning. They wi 1 bc ;urc io draw well. Next week
we aro to have the skill A Gaylord Minstrel,
with th.ir varied and laughable cnttrt.'ii wents; and
Ifauger Tcmp'elm ai r.cuuccs that bc bas ?u prepa?
ration s?me new and startling bins lions, which ho
pi onuses shall ec'.ip-e anything that charleston bas
yet beheld. Kum or ba? it that a French Opeia Cern
pa ny may socn to expected lo pay our div a visit.
Altogelber, thoe would seem to bc no immediate
prospect tbat thc emmuuity will perish of en ur.
HOTEL ABBITALS, MARCH 5 AND 6.-Pavilion
Hotel.-J olin B Swain, Wai renton; George E Tar
berry. Columbia; A C Bcfcwcitb, ?lalama; E Earlo
and lady, Mat-sacnu-etls; air ind Mrs Johnson,
Louisville; Mis l'lobhanl. aHu Shob, Augiuta; Prc
f.ssor Bond, Lotdon; J : huclclt'id, Kew York, A
A Andrews, Mass8cbu|f't? ; S J Bc egan. W W
Ward, lady ced servent, Merion Courlhcuse; Miss
Joaco. Kinpsliee; T L Gail', Erevard, N C; 3 A li
SLanron, CemdcD; H Greentree, Baltimore; UT
Peter.?, Jr, l harle-ten; Jehu W Jene?. Wm J Jobn
8on. f hest-r; W C Mclntcsh, V m Jchuson, Dudley,
vi le; J E Pany, Thitadelpbia; J lo Kavernaugh, Co?
lumbia; W J Trim, city; A S '1 ryen anet wif--, E Bus
sell, B F. Waterman. New York; J M Crone, Michi?
gan ; H M feavi y, Georgetown; Mis Shannon, Cam?
den; Captain M B CroweU, E Sparhawk, steamer
Mao no'ia; George Hanlon. Fred Hanlon. Mrs Ban
Ion, Miss N t?anlon, Victor Hanlon, Fiasci- Han'on,
Julien HanlOD, Mi's E 3 heme, air and Mrs Bren?
nan, James Humph n, K F Cai della, D Bawlry,
1 bomas Minio, J ? .-ilvania, P BeLediet, M Bernard,
WB Smi b, EP Kendall, Allied Oanlou, Hanlon
Troupe; George P Parren. Ja' keouville, Fia.
Charlatan H tel.- C H Skrpligh and wife. Boston;
E larle BLII lady, Wan en ton; Wm Conner md w fe,
Wm Ph<lps, S rand Mri Wm Langdon and maid,
New York: J G Pipk'u. fliJUmibure; U C Yalo.
wilo and sister, 'J hes C Aden ai d wif?, Geo W Lass
and wile, Jehu 1 Ko ncdy. W H Fciii*. laiy and
child, New York; W B Clor gb, Baltimore; J lt O
CuMeriU, D C Osmer, New Yolk; W M HnsliDgs.
San Fr Lcifco; J M I ii hard-ard wile, Chxt'go; J
FMcGrau ltd wile New i ork; O B Richards, Illi?
cit is; WJ V< Ki mil, editor Manon Star; John C
Titrer, Athens, Ga; D H B denWp, City; J Kock,
New Yolk; Wm H ? brahams, Baltimore; W E Far?
rar, Florida; F A 0. lauder, Troy, NY; C C Coe,
Boston: Wm Bennett, OD Nathans. Philadelphia; P
Pu pe Ei contra, NcwYcrk; J D Matheson, Florida;
D P Kelly, Newberry; Jas G Scott, C M Freeman, W
G Du i Um, N'. wi ink; 0 M t'a oler. Si nib Carolina;
H Greentree Ballimore; Dr irchcr and wife, New
York, It I eaten end wife Boston; P Pain.cr, Chica?
go; Mis WD Walbridge, 1 rle. Pa ; J A Trav rs, New
York; Mijor Pcrkns.U SA; Xi P Davis, Georgia;
Levi F wes, Ya-ca. huset'e; Mlat J Garrison. Miss
M ary Garrison, Miss Leary, C C Leary, M Ha'goos.
Miss Hinsdale, Geo Adlard, Mhs Ad ord. Rev DA
Bardtnburg snd wife, New Yolk; B Ho ordfWtl
mington; B H Fea ves, E DcForcBt, Mrs, DeForest,
Marion; S B Tcole, Bis on; Mrs W W Phelps, Chi?
cago; A Palmer, Albany- N Y; .2 F Panders, Weston,
Gro; E H Holbrook. Orange Pa; Jas S. Wilson, New
Jersey; C A Bccd, Anderson; G" Kohn, New York;
J no F. Childs, Rhede Island; lanie] Mois, C G Bur?
rett, New York; S H Owens, Flo; S D Douglas, J W
Mundy, New York; E Picbettl and wife, Savannah;
J no Chadwick, Wadmalaw. ?
THE STAB SHIBT EarpoBiTjaL-If you want a
genuine and well fitting starr shirt, neck lies and eel"
lars ot all styhs md patterns, and all other articles
pertaining to a gentleman's well-kept lurnishing
goods establishment, go to Scott's, Meeting-street,
near Market, ard he will meet your wants without
lin. EDWABD LOWNDES, a well known young
Charles Ionian, hts entered into bus leesa on his OTB
account as a stock aud roil estate broker. Mr.
Lowndes has experience in his business, aud is well
worthy of confidence and trust.
To THE PLANTEES OF SOTJTH CABOLXNA AND
GEOBGIA - Relieving "WIIAKN'S" BAW BONE &t*.
PE&PHOSPHATE or I ?iE to be fully* equal to thc
best Fertilizers in maiket, and super ic. to many,
and being desirous or having it thoroughly tested,
we have concludel to offer the foBowing Premiums;
1st. For thc largest yield of Coton li on: an acre of
laud, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For lhe sec?
ond largest yield of Cctton from an cere of land, a
Silver Pitcher worth ?69. 32. For the largest yield
ot Corn from an r.crv of land, u Sfivoi Goblet worth
The above p-emiums will bo awarded where
"WHA?TNS"' PAW BOKE S?PEBPHOSPHATE a'one is
used on Oas acre producing the ; ie ld.
Those applying for the premiums will be required
to furn eli satistacto y evidence ot the amount p o
duced on the acre, an ) a stateu.<tnt of the manner In
which they applied the manure. A limited amount
only of thiB I hosphato will be dist -ibu' ed during the
seaaen. Piices, delivered ou the ears at Charleston,
?C5 per ton, rash; or STO for approved ii'y accept
anees, payable 1st November.
CLA3H0RN, HERRING k CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Ga.
February 23 Imo
ALL WHO ABE IN WANT of primo substantial
Boots and Shoes, will fiad thou at Jahn Commins,
No. 131 Meeting-sir. et, near the Mat Let. Ihoy are
offered at reta ). ' ml February 22
THE PROPRIETORS OF "Whnnn's Raw ilone
Supei phosphate ol Lime cordially invito farm 'ii?,
dealers a.id o hers interested ia procuring a Crst
clas9 manure, to call and examine their worl.s. see
process of manufacture, and iusp cttlio m?to:-als
used. They hare no tecrelt, givo fut', value, aud
guarantee their Phospbato toc?me np to tri itan
d-ird a-a'ysis. Claiborn, Herr.ug k Cc an the
agents for the sale of it in Augusta aud ChmicMtm.
Februarv 23 tm?
MIDIfS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
STOMACH AUD LIVEE.
THET ARE JIECOMMEXDED DT TUE
HEGELIAN & CO:,
AGENTS, NEW YOEE.
Manufactnred by C. F. P?MNIN;
CHSMIST AND APOTHSCAE?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
9&~For Sala by Druggists Every ICIICTC.IXJ?.
Feb: UK y 15 ?awf lyr
No. 375 K l:\C-STKK RT.
GOLD AND TIN FOIL, AMALGAM?, M"NEBAI.
TEETH, Steel Goods, and every article used by the
Dent itt. 2me January 27
Shirts an) /urnisfyinij ?nuis.
Proprietor of tho Goutlcmou's Furnishing Goods
Emporium, Mcetiug-strcet, near Market, desirous
of bringing tho famous
Shirts into general uso, and believing that it is only
necessary for gentlemen to wear these
once to be well pleased with them, will hereafter of?
ter them to bis customers
tho public general ly at cost pricc?. His stuck of
Neck lies, bcarf* and
will al-o bo sold at such prices as to defy competi?
tion, and if satisfaclion is not
he will return the money. His charges are so rea?
sonable as ala ost to make buyers believe tbo articles
Jvnnary 1 Cmos
Quints, ?ils, ?tc.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & GO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR BAW MILLS, and
January 1 6m o
OILS! OILS! OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OLL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS TUBE WINTER STE RM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINEES OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CA J?! Kit ON, BAltKLKY & CO.,
Northeast corner Meting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6rao
BELTING JJBELTING !
5JflO FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, atid 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESS
LEA 1 HER
300 rc>ZEN META
100 BOLES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, I-16 INCH TO
A INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO IJ INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 14
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RU)'BER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMKKO.V, BAitKLEY & co,,
Northeist Corner Meeting oDd Cumberland streets.
January 1 Cmo
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TiN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 BOOF1NG TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 BOOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES TX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES TXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TJN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
LER, Ac, ?cc.
HT STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
?JAMUROy BARKLEY ev CO..
Northeast cornor Meeting und Cumberland street*.
January 1 Gmo
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
.Tl'EAM BIBBS AND 6IOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATEB GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BAitKLEY ?Si CO.,
Norther:* Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WitOlGBT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, for steam and water.
CAM E I: ON,BARKLEY ?Si CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and 0 lmberland streets
January 1 I'mfl
ZI3STO, PAINT S:
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, ?e., ?kc
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAM(t!RON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting a::e! Cnmbvr:and streets.
Jg U \V A R ii DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCI! s NT,
R o. S J Warrcn-strcct,
NEW YORK. u
PERSONAL ATTI N HOM GIVEN TO THE TUE
CHvsE of ul! Lindsot Ml lt- H 'ifPIfTE Coote,
"?h'Kis. Hats, I a s and Trunk-, ai el Straw doodj :i
Co?te'gnmen's of all kinds of Stable Articles and
general Produeo soiiciteel.
1 Tempt returns guaranteed.
Lat.- ofCharl^stru, g. c.
Weekly Price Currents tout free by post.
Janoary 2S nie Cmos
jJOLMRS di MACBETH,
\ o . 3G Broad- street,
Charleston. K C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEER*. REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Renting aiid Collecting of Pents
and purchase and sa e ol' blocks, Bonds, Gold,
sn ve.- and Beal Estate
To the Parchase ol Good? and Supplies for par'ies
m the country upon reason dole terms.
GeonoE U HOLMES.AXXXAKDEB MACBETH.
TTrE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
TT m my years'experience in the manufacture
of OBNAM-.NI'AL H vIR WO?K enable us to offer
to our customers the flucst assortment of every ar?
ticle required ia our line, (rom the small FRIZZ?S
to tbe full Wi'!, eiabmeiiM uroids or S wit-toes, coils,
Waterfalls, Cushlous, Crimpt Hair, Hands, Curls,
TORTOI-E-SHELL DRESSING, TUCK. SIDE AND
FANCY CiJMBS, and COMlia of every other class.
To the Gentleman.
WE C\N FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES,. WHIS?
KERS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, tc.
LOUD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
BOUT H K lt M B V Y E U S
that their stock during the coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever bMoro, and an Inspection ot it before put
cbasiiig elsewhere is solicited.
Having their own buyers in each of the principal
Eu-opean markets, the) will be ablo to roaintaiu the
lons es aolisbed reputaiioa ot ihe house tor keeping
desirable, saleable gooJs. of w.,ich, alf.o, their li ng
experience as successful rot alora is ample guarantee.
The seveial set ar m nts arc. viz: MLKS DRh.-S
GO'D', OM)'B> MIAWL-?, CLO-KS UPHOLS?
TERY, LINLN>, WHITE GOODS, HOMfciY and
GLOVES, LADIES' ana CHILDRENS i UTFIT
TING, in caob of whioli will be lound goods select?
ed especially to meet thc d', mauds of Southern cus?
SimpK-s of New Goods sent upon application.
LORD A TAYLOR,
Nos. 461, 403, 465 & 467 Broadway, 1 ""_,,",,
Nos. 255. 257, 26'J & 261 Gn?nd-3treet, f *ew i0Tt'
WHOLESALE WA nra; o OMS:
Nos. 461 to 407 U.oatlway, en rauco oa Grand-st.
March 2 Imo*
FUBCHGOTT & BROS.
WHO'.ESALE A.VD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
To Our (.'ostOBirrs Generally.
THE FINEST FRI'NCH AND ENGLISH PEKFU
MEEY. NOAPJJ, POM AD KS HAIB OILS. HAIR RE
sroUATlVE-, COaMcTIO. AC,, from the most re?
spectable houses in each cou try.
Oil- GE M AN COLOGNE"* arc unsurpassable.
For Kadish sod French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushos, 1 ortoishcll, Balbi.. and other Dressing
Co in bs, wo challenge rivalry.
Poriirular aiteuiiou is paid lo tlio making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST TINS, EAU RINGS,
FINGER RINGS. CHA HMS, Ac.
All oidcrs by mad ?jil beso mied that the reputa?
tion of tbc noose lor t c past thirty-five years shall
not suffer in oar bands. Always on hand a Qr.e as?
sortment ot French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and ti.o trade.
Al. & A. ASHTO.V,
No. 240 KING-STRFET.
January 5 tul m CHARLESTON, S. C.
?xi) t?ao?s, (Etc.
FASHIONABLE DAY GOODS.
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers iu goncra). ihat we have just re?
ceived (in addii'on to our usual stock of DOM Kal IC
and FANCY 00-?i 3?, u new buppiy suitable fer the
I resent season.
con starrs o OF:
Bcauti'.ul Myles of sPi.ING DRESS GOODS, at
CLOAK?, DRY dOODS, POPLINS, Ac , at reduced
H- av y Balmoral Skirts at SI
Vory choice article Black Mik at Si 25
Ladies* super Merino Vests ouly $1
G od quility Kid Gloves at $1
150 dozen HOOP &KIRIS, CU to 60c.
Nice Quality Spring Calicoes at 12% cents
Ottouh- imcr'n celebrated French CORSET, $1 00.
and upward i
A full and completer assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSURV.from liJ? np
Afino assortment or Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin Cloth and Lisle GLOVES, olegant designs.
A good selection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ire,
At tho lowe* urrui-es.
Wo would also notify our patrons that w- hive ar?
ranged a separate department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, ?cc.
?- ENTRANCE ON C ALU O ON-STREET.
FUKCHUUTT ?i DUOS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET,
December 14 3mo
J OH M D . ALEXANDER,
NOTARF PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO llrorxd-itrtiot.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD.
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
eitber in part nr wholo. kc. January 9
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NOHTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 _fmwEmos
C . KAUFMAN,
STOCK AND DEAL ESTATE DE0KER,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILL nUY AND SFLL ON COMMISSION, R'AL
ESTATE, Bonds. Mocks, kc. Also attend to Rcnti;;*
Marchi LAC mwflmo
P. P TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND BEJAH
M A N U F A CT D REE OF
DIX?'tS, ??ASM MS AND CLIM US
Chark alon, S. C.
t'arti^ular n:lcntio:i pniil IA Shipping.
JAMES ENOS.....Jons omi
KM X Si. ??lLL,
COT T U N V A C T O U S
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITHES WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Oonsignroents ot CO?TON. RICE, fro., respect?
fully solicited, and libera) advances ml'ds thereon.
Orders for CO KN and BACON prompt execuxei
nth caro and attention.
Apvil 27 Aa l2m0B*
Potator"! Potatoes.' Potatoes!
BY .AUBE! & ALEXANDER.
TO-MORttOW. too Otb lustaot. will bc soM in tho
store, Mu. 155 East Bay, at ll o'ciork.
500 bbl-. IUI-Li POTA TOE-, ciusisting of ?'est
era Beds Davis' Seedllnsr. Ohil Ked?. Garnet Ghili,
Jackson Whites, and Peach Blows.
Conditions cash. March 8
A35lli\'KK'> > A I.
By virtue of an ordor of silo io mo directed, by Ibo
Hon. George Bryan, Judge or tbe United States
Court for th" Dljtr ct o; South ? aro ina, I will
oder for sale at pub.ic auston, on tUo flr^i MON
1>' Y in ipili next, at 12 o'clock M., a: Barnwell
Tho tollowin-r BEAL E ?TA IE:
All that'Lr OE I,?.ND. wi,h Improvements
th:roon, tu ihe town of Wlhiatoa, Barnwell itounty,
known as tho liogicliie Lot, bounded North by lauris
of ibo estate or t. Willis. East by a lot kuowu as the
Bcasly lut, herolnatit-r described, SuutU by the
Sotitu Carolina Railroad, und Wesc by lands of W.
(irahom, containing in ti: nt 143 f-et JUU iu depth HU
All that LOT OF LAND, lu tho said Town of WU
liston, iu ?-atd Couutv, known as thc Beasly lot.
hounded North by lan ls of* J. H. Willis, East by
lands ut Gillo-py, tuuib by land* ot h oath Carolina
Railroad, aud W st hy the rogicuio IHato cmcn
tioned containing 5U feet by Ho.
Also, a;l that LOf OF LA.ND ia said Town and
Couniy, known ns Lot No. 4, biuudjil North by a
street thirty feet Hide, East by lands bf Gillespj.
>ou'li by lands ol Gilles,)}' and J. il. Willi:, and a
lot known as ibo confiscated l t of tho estate ot E.
Vi Ulis, i-nd West by a street twenty feet wide.
All that LOT tip L \ND. in tho Town of Batnbeig,
iu tbe n;d Coui<ly, kuown an i ot No. 10, Range 1,
bounded Ncr.h b/ Ital road Avenue, East by *. S.
Bamberg's ot. .->ou h by Bro id street, aud Weat by
All th it LOi OF I AND in tho said Towa of Bam?
bara*, County aforesaid, known a? Lot No 13, Range
1, bouu-lrd North by Railroad Avenue. East hy?
land- of W. S. Bamberg, Souh hy I'road-slreet, a d
West by landa ot O. R. Fau t.
A 1 that LO I' OF LAND iu said '1 owu and County,
known as let No. G l? au ye 1, bounded North by
r-road-strcc, East cy Boundary-str-et, ?-out h hy
landet W 3. Bamberg and G. W. Bambean Weat
All that LOI' Ot* LIND in said Town and County
known as No. 3, Range 3, bouoded North by Black?
bird Alley, East by Washington-street, south by
lands of G. W. Bamborg, and West by Calhoun
Also, half of LOT NO. -, in said Town and
County, bounded Not th by lands of South Carolina
Railroad, fast by lands of P. C. Allen t-ouip by
Broafl-s.reet, and West by lands of G. W. Blitch
j onus-One-half cash; the balance in ono year
from the day of sale, secured by bond or bondu of
thc purchasers, bearing interest from tho doy cf
sale, and mortgage or mortgages of (he premises;
buiU ings1* bo insured and policies asaigt-ed. Pur?
chasers to pay tor papers and stamps.
FREDERICK J. SMITH,
Assignee Esta e Geo. Hoffmann.
??Sr Notice is hereby given, by order of the Court,
to ail persons who may havo or claim any special or
coneral lien on thc above property to come forward
aud prove ibelr saul lieus beforo J. C. Cementer,
Esq, Keg strar m Bankruptcy, on or beforo the 21st
inst., or ba forever debarred ol any special lieu on
the f iuds arising from the sale of said prop-rty,
whorcof notice shall bc given lo tho Assignoe afore?
said on or beforo tho dav of sa'e.
FREDERICK J. SMITH,
Assignee ot Geo Hoffmann, Bankrupt.
March 8 mi
Srugs, gemir?is, (tlc.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :
CABONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR.
H. BAEE, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both city and rountry purchasers to his large
stock of Dh DGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FAtfCYGOOD ?, kc, Ac, aB of which he of?
fers at the lowest market rates.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
AT ER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
BT^fc For Diseases of tho Throat
? Jr . and Lungs, snrh ni Coughs,
Cold?, %Vhooping Cough,
JB__ ^^Ly Bronchitis, Asthmu and
PROBABLY NEV EB BEFORE IN TBE WHOLE
history of medicine has anything won so widely and
so deeply upon tho confidence of mankind as
this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of years, oed arnon? most ot
Ibo races of men, it has ristn higher aud higher in
their ostinudon, as ii has become belter known. Ita
uniform character and t ower to euro tie various af?
fections of tbe lunes and throat, havo made it known
as a roliablo protector gai us t them. While adap'od
to milder forms of disc so and to young cuildreu, it
is at tbe same time thc most effectual remedy that
can bo giveu for tncipiout consumption,and the dan?
gerous airocu>ns of thc throat and lungs. As a pro?
vision against sudden attacks of t roup, it should be
kept on hand in every family, and indeed, as all are
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all should
be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settlo i CONSUMPTION >R thought incura?
ble, still great numbers ot coses whore tbe dlseaso
seemed settled have been completely cured, and
thc patient restored to sound health by the CHEERY
PECTORAL. SO complete ls its mastery over the dis?
orders of the Lunes and Throat, that the most ob?
stinate of them yield to it. W?rn nothing else could
reach them, under tho CUEBBX PECTOBIL they sub?
side and disappear.
M NOE us AMJ PUBLIC Sr-EAXEna find great protec?
tion from it.
ASTHMA is always rcllcvod and often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taklrg the CHEB
BT PECTOBAL lu small and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtu-* known that wo need
not publish the certiOcatea of them bore, or do more
than ass?ro Ibo public that its qualities are fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL TILE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Arc so compos "d tba* disease within tho range of
their action can ra: o'y withstand or evade thom.
Their penetrating properties search, and clo mae,
and invigorate eve -y portion of thc human organ
inn, correcting its diseased action, and rest-'ring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence ol'the-c pro?
perties, thc iuvalid who ls howell dowu with pain or
pbyviu 1 debility ts astonished to Hud his health or
energy restored by a renie.ly Lt Otee so sim?le and
Notouly do they eure the every-Jay complaints
of i verybody, bot ai.-o many formidable aud danger?
ous (lisca.-cs. Ilia agent below nam-d is i leased to
fiir.i-h gritis my Amor cati A m.nae, containing
certificates: ol' their cures and directions loi their
uso iii R.o foliowir;; comp aints : Custivoticss,
Heartburn, Headachy arising f>orn disorder ol
.-tom. eh, Naii-ea. Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
lune!i r. of ibo liuweis, Flatulency, l.os.i of Appc
I I-, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, aris?
ing fruin a low Stale ot the boil.'or uba rue.im ot
iis fun? ?ons. They aro au excellent alterativo tor
tho rvuovnltou ol'thc blood and thu rea:oraiion ol
leno and strength, to tL > rystcm debilitated by dis?
FRET ABED EY
Dr. J. C. A VICK o; CO.,
FcM a I wbolesalo, by D?WlH i: MAISE,
i lu rle. lyu, S. C.. and by Kulali Druggists every?
where. fm v3a?os D.*C De tarbor SJ
TaAACSKft'S SURE PO Pi
Rats. Mice, fcc , fcc,
ef?"i:is arising from
tbc:r diing iu tltolr
PA VIE, hermetic illy
V _'^ _?^Sr^st??5C stance, and warranted
.^.^i' r>~-.r^'- to ke-p fresh for all
limes, inc RTtalcst dJscOVOiy of ils kimi in the ag?
Wa livo in. No person need bo tjoubi. d witu Kata
Mice, Ced Rii-js or Loach s, ior Mr. 13 megen's du?
IrucUve remedy is wit iutho teach ol all, prepared
onlv by uinisc t trow ra e and valuable compoun IB
lt* cht*.pnt?a isis wonderful as its efficacy-hnn
drr?sot tistimonials have bon leccivol from all
parts oj the Uojttd -tatesai to ita value und satisfac?
tory i.-peiativu power, from which, lor ffunt of sp<ce,
wo .-imply select the rol'owing.
WiLEAitn's UO.EL. v- ABHTNGTON, D. C.,)
October 1st, 18C8. J
MB. ISAiCSEX-Dear Sir: It ?i-es mo great pleas?
ure to testily io 111 gratifying result obtained at thia
t?otcl tUroagn using your Phosphoric Paste; it is
now I wo years s nea I firs' lirarJ oi your remedy.ond
(?Kio ruined io give >t a ta<r trial; that trial proved BO
silt ccrsful that not a traco ol Rats or Roaohes have ?
MUCO been discovered, although previous to that
time we wt r?ompletuly overrun. Wishing vou eveiy
success iii the tuerai career you havo chosen,
Iiomaiu, jours resteclfulty,
JOHN WOLFE, Engineer.
For rale by DOWIE A HOISE,
No. 109 Mocting-otrecat, corner Hasel,
Char alston, S. C.,
January 13 wfm43 Agents tor Southern Stutes.
BY E. Si A, P. CA LB WE LT.
T0-M0I:K0W, tuc Oth instant, will bp sold at cur
Warehouse in < "haime* s-strce^ at 10 o'clock.
484 barrels CHOICE EXTRA A**D FAMIL? FLOUR,
The various brand, have been carefully selected
tor this market, end are well worthy the attention of
bakers and dealer
Conditions asb. _ thfmtui March 8
Elegant Private Residence at.corner of Orange
and Tr add a Creels.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. P. BRUNS,
Dy virtue of an order of sale to mo directed by the
Hon. Geo. S. B yan. Judge of tho United States
Court for the District of South Carolina. I will sell
at public auc ion TO- M o it H OW, 9th March, at ll
o'clock A. M., at tbo Old Postoffice.
Teat very destrabo aod B/act UJ RE-I DENCE at
northwest corner of Orange and fradd streets, now
oacupied by the Hon. P. C. Gaillard. Tho House
contains-rooms, and opon the premises are all
necessary outbuilding, with a spa. ions garden spot
This ls one of tho most desirable Besldonces in
Charleston, and is well situated w th reference to the
business part ot Ohatiestou, and iu c'o.'e proximity
to the- Battery. Lot measuteB 110 feet on Tradd by
ISO feet on Oranao-streoL
'J ora?-One- ourth cash; balan o in one, two aid
three years, secured oy bond aod mortgage of the
property, with interest; property to b- insured and
poiicy assigned. ir*urcha?er to pay Auctioneers for
papara and stamps.
LVWREvCE W. O'HEAR,
As ignee of Theo loro Stoney.
Under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Contents of
Qrocf.ry Store Northwest Corner Laurens i
and Wharf streets.
B? JEFFORDS & CO.
Will bo sol-* on WEDNESDAY, 10th instant, atti
o'clock, at the abovo place.
Tho CONTENTS of said t-torc, consisting of a well
selected stock ot Groceries, Liquors, Ac.
The Leaso of Store to run to August; 1871.
The abovo stand is ono of the best in the city, and
worthy the attention of those in want of the saae.
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY J. FRASER MATH EWES,
By virtue of an order of salo to me directed by the
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the U. S. District
Court for the District of South Carolina. I will
offer for salo at public auction, at the Old Post
ellice, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, 8. C., on
WEDNESDAY, March 24th, 1869, at ll o'clock,
All that valuable PLANTATION OB TRACT OF
LAND, inn. Luke's Parish, in the County of Beau?
fort and Stace of South Carolina, eoumonly known
as .?Bellefair," and containing eig'U hundred an i
sixty-lour acres, mor? or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser'to pay for papera and
stamps. LOO- M OLA IN,
Assigne of E. H. Barnwell, Bankrupt.
March 4 ths2mwf8
jfsiuclpcrn, (Eastings, (Ctr.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of aB sizes
HOBSE POWER3 AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
10 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descrlptioni
mado to order
Particular attention paid lo
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS. SASH WEIGHTS, atc., <?e,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 814 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PHOiNIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
CAMERON & CO.,
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c,
Nos. 4, 6 and 8 PRITCHARD-8TREE1,
(NEAR TEE DST DOOK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MABINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND EN IRON OR
Wo gUBrantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and atas low rates as
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECUF'-IFY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROH LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 MC 3mos
ST ENC 1L M AN?F ACTOR Y
E. H. RODGERS
MAKUf ACIUBEB AND WHO Ll SALE DEALER IN
STENCIL sm* CIES,
STEEL LET-MS HS AND STAM>?
CHECKS AND TAUS
fill ASS AND G KUM AN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, &c.
BY TUE GALLON OK BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING HIOAS, &C.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
??Sr Call and examine specimens,
January IS Smos
OFFICE No. ?75 KING,
January 27 S?no
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gray vs. Ifehrttne.
BY A. <U. MCGILLIVRAY,
10-MOBROW; the 9 h of March next, atllo'clcok
A. M., trill bc sold at tho Old Cus to ip Louse,
All that LO 1' OF LAND, situate on the east sida
of Kins-street, koowa ID the plat of tbe sala street
by tbo number 176; measuring and containing in
frost on King-street twenty-nine feet (291 loot, and
in depth ninety-nine (901 feet. Butting and bound?
ing north on land of J. C. Levy; east on land of
Henry Stfley; south ? n land of the estate of Mignot,
and west on Eing-strcet
Terms-One-third cash; and the balance'on a
credit of one two and three years ; to bo secured by a
bond ol the purchaser and a mortgage of the prem?
ises. Purchaser.to pay for papers and stamps.
E. VT. M. M ACE ET,
Sheriff Charleston County.
March 8_thStnl .
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
John Carsten et al, vs. Joel R. Sloan, et al.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
On FRIDA*", Ibo 12lb day of March A. D. 1869. at
ll o'clock, A. M., will be sold in front of the Old.
Custemhouse, in charleston.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and
Improvements thereon, situate on the south side of
Ann-etreet near FJlaabeih-street, measuring and
containing in front on Ann-etreet 36 Net, and. In
lepth on east and west linea 200 ?oct. Butting and
sounding north on Ann-street east on lands of -
Biamyer, south on land ot Gibbes, and west on landa
al C. M. Carsten.
Terms -Half cash ; balance on a credit of ona
rear, secured by bond heiring Interest, at seven per,
neut, per annum, from date, and a mort age of tba
premises. E. W. M. M ACE BY,
February 19_1 ni3 fl Sheriff C. 0.
UNDER DECRU,!). IN EQUITY.
The Provident Institution/or Saving in the City
of Charleston vs. Robert J. Limehouse.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
By virtue or the Decree made In this case, I wfll sell,
at the Old Postoffice, on TUBsDAY, the 16th day
of Varch next, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LUT OF LAND, situate, lying and being
on the 8oath side of Tradd-street m tbe City ot
Charleston, with a Dwelling House and Building
(hereon, formerly known by the Bamber rix ty-nina '
(09;, ont aow by the number arvaaty-eevea (Ns. 37);
butting and bounding to the s ru th on land now or
late of James English, to the east on land now OS
late of B. W. Bessaman, to the west on land now or
1st? of John Cunningham, and to the north on
'Jradd-Btrsct. Measuring and containing in front
thirty-six (36) feet, more or ltss. and in depth, by
measurement as the fence now stands, ons hundred
(100) feet more or leas, being the same lot conveyed
to li oben Limehouse by Henry C. Glover, Executor
of John Duncan, by deed bearing dato the 26th day
of March. 1838. by which said deed the depth OT tho
above lot ia described as one hundred and twenty
(120) feet, more or lesa.
Terms--One-half cash; balance on a credit of ona
year, to be secured by boad snd mortgage of prent?
ises; tbe bulldingra tc be insured, and kept insured,
and the pol'cy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
february 23 l,mcbl.8,16 9. C. C.
^nrtionccrs' Jprt?ntc Staltn.
Desirable Dwelling in Western Part of City
Belonging to ? i tate of L. A. SheeuL
BY WILBUR & SON.
At Private Sale
That two and a half story BE-HDENCE, situate on
the weft aide of Pitt-ntreet, third door southwest
from Calhonn-street and known by the No. 27.
Houae coittA'ns six (6) uyrlght room-) weUnasshed
pantries, dressinc rooms, gas th ouabout, at stern,
well of water, kitchen and outr.uildlngs. Lot mea?
sures in iront rn l itt-street 66 feet, by 191 feet in
dtptb, tc the same more or lesa.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in ons and two
years. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Premises can be examined on appl calton to
March S fmwj No. SD BKQAP STREET.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Broad-street, -outh aide, near
At Private Palo
FIBSrCL*Sd SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive aid Valuable Manufiotorios, Mill Sites
and Delightful .-ummer Reaidenoes in various
parts of tho South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all sizes, prie
and descriptions in every part of tbe city.
January 25 I mwl&no
LosBOK m PARIS mmm
IP-RIZE MEDALS ?
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. jN". T.
SIX I OH ll, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft; Finish, is recommended for its
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOB SALE BY THE
rriu ci pal Wholesale and Roi ail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 1 no
HOCKADArS STABLES AND LOTS
Is now prepared to keep CATTLE, HOB9E8 and
STOCK of cv ry descripton. Iber* is a good
pump and large a- edd on the lot. I will sell Stock
on small comm ssiou. Imo_February 9
T) ?E11SUJI it RATES,
CHAMPAG?-E ALE LUE wERY,
UARLEil. H. Y.
* This celebrated Ale is btowed fres1? all through
thc year, and ia euarai.tced to keep sound through
the hotter weather, and on that ?.ceo nt is or al
Ales tho best adapted t > tho -outhern climate. The
proprietors ?uro des rot?? oi e^tibllsidng a trade tor
their Alo it) lbw -cctoa, and wish to reata ar
ranscmeuts wnh s ;iu . ? ii rootle, responsible party
to take, ?ho goiicy lor tho sile cfit >n < ba<l eton
and vicinity. RYEP.fcON .& BVHrti,
L'arlem ? latiou, ' cwYorkOUy.
February 15 3mo
INI. L. FILLE Y'S
Celebrated Coactas ^t??es,3T
"PHlLANTHllUilSr- AND " CITILIAiN,"
M.inufaelured at Troy, N. Y.. sad lor sale by -
D, L. FULLERTON,
rTTHE^E STOVES SI AND UNRIVALLED FOB
I capacity. ?arabiht?, oonvonifinco-- and the gen?
eral pa'pneB?tO wbioh < oaKm? Stoves are used. The
PHiLASl'HROPI"i is e*traheav> pitted, and baa
Ash Drawer; e/n bs mad? into a six boiler hole
.tove: bas cast ir o a Wi ter Taufe galvanized, or
enamel lined. A ht daily first-class ?tove. The
CIVILIAN ls of a neat design, and has a fins large
Oven. This Stove caa bo had vith the extension
back, suboles, and re?i rvalr when desired
For tart her information apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January 30 Cmos Augusta, Ga..