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THE DAILY NEWS.
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PUBLISHES THE LISI OF LETTERS REMAIN
INO IN THE POSTOiTICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PBOVIS
IONS OF THE NEW PC>TOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS will be served to snbscri
uera tn thc city at six DOLLARS a year in ad vance, or
at y UTE KS CENTS a week, payab'e to the carriers.
A TTCTION, SAL ES ISIS DA Y.
R. fe A. P. CALDWELL will seil at 10 o'clock,
in their warehouse. Chalmers-street, i'onr hundred
and eighty-four barrels flour.
LA UREY 4 ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock, tn
their store, last May. bams, butter, Av. ; also, at ll
o'clocV, at No. 155 East Bay, five hundred barrels
LEITCH 4 BL-CNS will s^ll at ll o'clock, at the
old fostoffice au elegant private residence, and other
valua.de rea] estate.
A. C. McGiLLivBAT will to'I, for the Sheriff, at
ll o'clock, at the old Pv stofhee, a lot oi land on Kin"
R. M. MARSHALL A- BROTHES will sell at ll
o'clock, at the old Fostoflice, dwellings, tracts of
G. W. STEFFENS will sell at hair-past 9 o'c'ock. in
iront of his store, Vendue Ra. ee. cheese, bacon, 4c.
T. M. CATER will sell at thr-e-quaners pa>-t 9
o'clock at hi. store, Brown's wuari, butter, crock
JOHN G. MILNOR k Co. will sell at 10 o'clock. In
their salesroom, Meeting-street, an assortment of
seasonable dry goods,
KNOX, DALY k Co. will sell at lo o'clock, at their
salesroom, corner Sleeting and Wentworth streets,
shoes, fancy goods 4c.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at 8 P. M.
Jefferson Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Carolina Chapter, at 7 P. M.
^South Carolina Friendly Society, at uilf-past 7 P.
Survivors' Association, at 7 P M.
Charleston Riflemen Society, at half-past 7 P. M.
PEBSONAL.-HOD. George Wm. Logan, late
District Judge, who has been for some months in
New Orleans, his returned ti Charleston, having ac?
cepted the position to which he wi; recently elected
in the South Carolina Loan and Trust Company.
Mr. Wm Little, of the Bennet ts ville Journal, Mr.
E. P. Lucas, of the Darlington Democ . . and Mr.
Lucas, of the C arendon Press, arc in to? .
GENERAL- GONZALES.-Wo learn from a priva to
letter that G?n:ral G?nz iles, whose arrest and con?
finement in Moro Castle within flftecu muantes after
his arrival at Havana was erroneously reported a
week or two ago, was treated with courtesy and even
kindness by General Dulce, and has not been in any
way interfered wi h by tho authorities. No person
from tho steam-hip was allowed to land until Gen?
eral Dulce had been perso: ally informed of tho ob?
ject of General Gonzales' relurn to Cuba. Beyond
this General Gonzales suffered neither inconvenience
A NUISANCE.-Meeting-street was blocked
up for more than an hour yesterday afternoon by
the crowd which assembled to seo Bond, the tight
rope walker, put his neck in jeopardy. Ii the
"greatest good of the sreatcst number" is to prevail,
and we must put up with this public annoyance, we
maj at least ask that tho Pr?sidant ot the Street Rail?
way Company will not ugain allow his cars to be
stopped for an hour to soc a tight rope performance.
On the Rutledtic-streot Lino Ibera is an o oca-ional
Interval of twenty minutes between two cm goiog
in the same direction, and if to this is added an hour's
delay for thc benefit of Professor Bond, it will bo
necessary to start from the old Postofnce early in tho
morning to rea-.h Calboun-street by night. Q E. D.
HOTEL ABJUVALS-March 8.-Pavilion EoUL
Jno A Moro?o, Chis Foster, E D Po us e. city; P H
Schultz, Afghanistan; A Morgan, Georgetown; WB
Honman, South Carolina; A F Englebert, D Dock,
Tennessee; E P Lucas, T J Pi ice and lady, Darling?
ton; Lonni Lyrns, Florence; W D NefeUs, B B Wat?
son, Blackville; W A Rile}. Barnwell.
Charleston Hotel.-A B Mulligan, city; B F Wio
herehim, Philadelphia; T G Drew, E S Poor, wife
and daughter. Boston; Mr and Mrs Cotterell, Mon?
trer ; T A Lovett, New York; P S Bartlett, England ;
G Harris and wile. C M Harris and who, Worcester,
Haas; General D C Rossy, United States Army; Wm
W Townsend, Aiken; T C Weatherby, Marlboro'; W
Swanson, Augusta ; H S Shelton, New York; W S
DePass, Camden; Wm Little and wife. Bennett- ville ;
E A nicks, New York; J S Kirby, J A Hunter,
REPORT?ES' CRUMBS_Alderman Howard has
not declined to remain in the City Council as
was reported. He knows which way his interests
Be, and we are glad of it
There is a novel parlor fountain to be seen in
Brown 4 flyer's window, Broad-street
/ gentleman kit a black opera cloak in his buggy
iuButledge-atreet yesterday, and in his absence of a
fe ^minutes it ?as stolen.
Captain Davis, of the steamer Emily, on ker last
trip from Georgetown, received a severe wound in
the head from an ace ii en tal falL
The case of the colored Magistrate Mishaw, for ar?
resting Alderman olney, was before the grand jury
Professor Bond's receipts have been two hundred
and thirty-seven dollars. No wonder he says the
people of charleston are generous.
The bakery ef Captain A. Melcher?, formerly lo?
cated in King-street, near Broad, has been removed
to No. 381 King-s.reet
Mr. R. H. Graham has started a lino of omnibuses
to run irom the corner of Me.-tms and I ine s'reets
to Magnolia. They W?T ron every half hour in the
morning, and every quarter of an hour in tho alter?
? THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND THE
COLUMBIA AND Aua CST A BAXLSOAD COMPANY.-It is
BPid, and we presume correctly, that Chief Justice
Mosesand Justice Willard, of the Suprema Court,
have agreed that tue Suprema Court has not
the power to grant th? trial in prohibition asked
by the South Carolina Railroad to prevent al. pro?
ceedings. under the orders of Judge Platt. The
Chief Justice and Justice Willard, as we understand,
have distinctly, however, refused to dcci3o any ques?
tion of legai right, as tho sams WAS presented in the
discussion b.fjrethe Supreme Court, and have con?
fined them-elvos ?imply to thc mode of relief asked
for in this caso
We undexstaud that at the cus iing term of th -
Supremo C urt tho question will bo p: o>entcd in
such a form a3 will render necessary tho decision of
the qrestim of liga! right. And we trust that it will
bofto, for without expressing auy opinion as to the
legal question in thc case, all will agree tba' it is far
better to have tho question of ri itt dc ided. and
ah he corporators of these two toads to uudersbmd
their righ-s and th." value of their property.
LIFE INSURANCE.-This subject is but little
thought of in tbis country, particularly in thc South,
and why it should be so wc cannot imagine, for it
concerns the poor as well as thc rich, the mau living
on his Inorae, ihe m?chauic, Hie larmer, thc pro?
fessional mun, thc niorehanl-in .-hort, all classes of
the community. 11 sea like the present make most
manifest the peculiar h mcfits of tuis mode of protec?
tion. Business is inicrtupto'f, men aro auxious for
the future Thousands havo lami? s crowing up
around them whose ma:ntenance depends upon tho
father's life. To all such wo wou'd say, po and in
suro. li you have properly you insuro that, why
net your Uto. For not ting is so uncertain as lifo.
And if you are rich you cinnot bo certain that you
?willremnn so; the rich mm of to-day is, constantly
from causos beyond bis control, poor to-morrow.
Wo therefore say to all who ian -wiso the premium,
aid few cinnot, go and insure your lives for what
you can afford ; you will never repont it.
These thoughts have sugffosted themselves on our
observing the number of hhthly respectable and
responsible Life Laurance Companies tort havo
agenoies in cur city. Another appears this mornine
in ouraavcrtiiiag columns-The ?Etna, or Hartford'
Conn.-Inferior to none, and efferiug some striking
a?fvantaees. We "would advife those interested to
look into the condition of this oompsny. Tho agents,
Messrs. Huger 4 Bavenol, will gi*e all the informa,
tion that may be dcsiro 1
Programme of thvo Pillsbury Party.
Tho last issue of tho South Carolina Repub?
lican, ui:?r noticing thc events of last week in con?
nection with th.. Municipal euibr-gKo, including
the arrest of M .yor t lark, chalks out the remaiuder
of the Pillsbury programme as follow? :
Having sr cured thia iriminal precess, one of the
next -teps will be to scenic a mandarins from the
Supreme Court compelhog Mr. Clark to show cause
?hy, in obedience to the act of tho Legislat re, he
should HOI forth with vacate th - office of iluvor. As
this do< s not require a tull court, but may be heard
in chambers, it will DC a matter o' but brie! delay.
ID B aiiar casca a jadee hus allowed twenty-four
hours. In this simply tbe question ( f the consti?
tutionality of tho recent act bi tue Legislature will
come up. It is merely a fact < f law, a d not a mat?
ter ot testimony, and the argument-, at thc loi gest
should take ODly a few hours. A- to tho decision,
there mw be li ttl- doubt that ihe cooB'itutlonsiity
of the act will bo affirmed. Thc Legislature is the
highest law-making body of the Mate, giving
charters lor ci"es or withho'ding ac tliey choose,
regulating eic. ..ons-, A-c. In any ev- nt, there con
be no question as to their rit ht to repeal their own
acts, a .il this bill confirming the late ehction as
certainly repeals thc act whereby Mr. Clark was re?
tained in tho office glveu him by military appoint?
lt is reported that a portion of tho Acting Board of
Aldermen are in favor of yielding to the just de?
mands ol the elset of the people, the opposition ol
this coming from Mr. Clark as ihc representative ot
himself and the Democratic party. If four of the
Actina Aldeimen withdraw from tko contest the
board will be leftwithcut a "money quorum," or. in
other words, tbey cannot legislate on the financial
affairs of the city. To this it will surely come at
last. The pleasant features ot all this gime lor the
Democracv are nearly at an end, and if the will of
the major .ty of the peop'e is still further opposed,
we as surely plunge into financial ana oiher difficul?
ties. Mr. Pill bury ls surely to be May .r of Charles?
ton. Ibat much is settled, ihe majority of tbe
people ol Charle-ton have voted and further resolved
upon ibis, tho supreme Court has torced the decla?
ration of bis election, and the Legislature and the
Governor of the State have declared for it. A post?
ponement of his installation into office simply
tends to ?orurc financial disasters tor tbii city, in
view of the j uni ice of the cove and the certain disas?
ters attending li justice, and in view of honor, can
those members of the Acting Board who were
elected on the Board of Mr. Pillsburv, can they fail
to see that it is 'heir imperative duty to withdraw
immediately from that combination which so thwarts
the will of the people, and by withdrawing hasten
the righteous tettlement of this question?
Since writing i he above, ne learn tbat Mr. Cun?
ningham, rne of the Acting Board of Aldermen, has
resigned. The following i? his letter of resignation:
"CKABLESTON, H. C., March A, 1869.
"Bin. George W. Clark, Acting Mayor: ?
"SIB-The General Assembly of South Carolina,
having annulled the military appointment under
which I held my seat in the Acting Board or Alder
men, by sn act approved March 1.1869,1 heieby de?
cline serving any lurther as a member of said Board.
G. I. CUNNINGHAM."
lhere was a called meeting of the so-called Alder?
men ttf the Pillsbury party, last night, at the white
house in Loughty-street. Certain provisos were dis?
cussed and issues canvassed preparatory to further
achoo to-day, when there may be some decided steps
taken. The upshot of the gathering last nient was
that there must be no more delay, and every exer
tion coade to harmonize the views of the so-called
elect and reduce the Acting Boar! of Aldermen to a
powerless remnant pf their former self. It is stated
that the legal advisor of Mr. Pillsbury has cautioned
reticence and a prohibition ot the publication of con?
templated action; yet, notwithstanding this inter?
diction, thc public will be correctly informed through
the ingenuity of the ubiquitous press.
A DAV OF SENSATIONS-G BEAT EXCITEMENT
IMMENSE CBOWDS-HANLON ANO BONO-Tho oldest
inhabitant can scarcely recollect a greater manifes?
tation of excitement on tho streets nf Charleston
than that which occurred yesterday. Tho causes
were Hanlon and Bond. For msntbs past thc pub'ic
curiosity on the subject of velocipedes hos been
gradually increasing. Mr. Due's invention, and his
Sunday twinkling through the streets, intensified
the general interest, and Hanlon's huge postors,
with pictor'al illustrations of a velocipede race,
wrought the excitement up to the highest pitch, ready
to break out in any absurdity at the slightest oppor?
tunity. Tho opportunity was not long wanting. An
authorize J notice appeared in THE NEWS of yester?
day morning stating that one of the Hantons wou'd
start with his velocipede at tbe the corner nf Qaesn
and State-streets at twelve M. and give the business
men of East Bay and Broad-street the first op?
portunity of seeing the new mechanical h orso. Long
before the appointed hour pe .pie gathered in
crowds in the neighborhood of tho designa?
ted starting point and along the proposed route,
and also on Meeting and Ein: streets. They waited
long and patiently-!, e., however impatient many
of them were, they showed no signs of it. People
within view of the corner of State and Queen streets
were still gazing intently but wearily on that inter?
esting locality, when all st once the cry waa raised
that the velocipede had gone np Meeting-street, and
the more infatuated portion of the crowd started in
that direction at a run. They were, ot course, too
late. On reaching Meetiag-sreet, they found them?
selves among the stragglers at the tail-end of tho
crowd running up the street, and seeming to gr ->w
denser as it was more distant They were told mat
the velocipedes had gone up to tho Washington Hace
Course for a regular run-best three heats in five.
To-y took the cars or increased their speed on foot,
hoping to be in before the end of the fun; but when
they reached the corner of Hisel a-.d Meeting
Btreets, they saw a small crowd gathered at the door
of the Pavilion Hotel, and were informed that the
Hanlons had been up to the shell road, taken a run
np and down, como back, and gone into the Pavilion
to take a drink. Somebody bad been badly sold.
So much for excitement numb -r one. Excite?
ment number two was equally os great, but in lt no?
body was disappointed. All saw as much as or
more than they expected to see. The account of
Bond's walking on Saturday from thc top ot the
Pavilion Hotel to the top ol the store of Messrs.
Strauss, Vance A Co. on a tight rope h id sproad
through the city like wild Ore, and tho announce?
ment that he would perform the same feat yesterday
at three P. M. drew a crowd of not less than five
thousand persons to ceo bim. Meeting and Hasel
streets were botn blocked for a considerable dis?
tance each way for moro than an hour, and Ute p'sz
zi ot tho Charleston Hotel, the veranda of the Pavil?
ion Hotel and thc windows and roofs i-f the neigh?
boring houses wore filled with spectators. Bond
performed the feat several times wiih completo euc
cess. Ata height of fifty feet ever a paved st:cet
he performed all the manouvres usually performed
by tight i ope dancers in a circus at a height ot eight
or ten feet ovo? a bed of sawdust He sat down ana
got up attain, turned somersets over the wire, bal?
am el himself on his back, slipped down and caught
with his legs, and did so m.my wonuerful things,
that to say he stood on his head in mid air would
scirce'y be an exaggeration. He concluded
his performance by walklu^ a;ro^9 on toe ropo
dressed in a long calico dross, supposed to represent
the Grecian Bend, but m reality bearing a very dis?
tant resemblance to that striking costume. One
was rather remiuded ol the o d nuts .'ry i byrne,
" Whituer old worn iu ? Whither so high ?
To sweep the coo.VJ ja tr jin tho sky I"
In the intervals between hil p.rloruances Toad
would walk around among the crowd aud take up a
Collection, and ho no doubt made a good doalo.
money hy his exhibition. 1 ho ero vd was. SO great
that when it was dispersing Meeting und Hasel
streets, especially the former, looked as if long pro?
cessions were pour ug through tho u. Bond is s">
well sotisfied with his receipts that ho says he will
stay here tho remainder of tho week, performing
CLUBS AND STAB n.-Tho following cases
w-re bet?re the Mayor yesterday moiulug:
D. MeKhisey, whito, under thi influcuci of liquor
and unable to tuko proper caro ol himself. Fined S5.
Henry White, colored, applied for lodging?, whi.h
wero granted. Discharged.
Tho as Washington, coloroJ, lying down drunk
In West-street Fined SJ.
D Madden, white, samo offence. Same fine.
John Zinoga reported for keeping his store open
on Suud iv. Discharged.
John Callington applied for lodging. Granted
Wm. steadman, cDlored, found sleeping on tho
Fire-proof Building steps. Disoba-god.
There was a street tight yeder lay at hi'f-past
three o'clock, at the corn r of Church-streot and St
Michael's alloy, between Jatlia Washington, Nellio
Cook aud Ann Hey ward, throo notorious colored
girls, who wer? arro vol by Officer Levy.
Richard tickling, colored, was caught stealing
cotton Lom Me s s. Goldsmith A Sons, Veadue
Range. He hts be*n at this nefarious gamo a long
time, and was at last overtakoa yostorlay, notwith?
standing he had a ohann in his pocket, which he
eald kept him from capture,
THE HANLOKS.-The renowned Hanlons gave
the Arel entertainment lost evening in Hibernian
The performance was varied and at times vor? in?
teresting. Iho gymnastic feats were very fine, and
surpaiBed all expectation.
Thc solo on tho barp by Tr. Blampbin showed a
complete roaster of tho instrument and was replete
with skillful manipulation. Tho velocipede riding
wan extraordinary. Mr. Hanlon performed acts of
equestrianism on the "Shenton animal," not very
interior to the doings of Jim Robinson on bareback
To-night they will arpear again in an excellent bill
which will show this capital troupe to advantage.
THE STATE COURT-HON. R. B. CARPENTER
PBESIDD?O.-- MONDAY, March 8.-IN THE GENERAL
CESSIONS.-The Grand Jury returned true bil:s
ngaii.st liol ert Allston and Albert ahas Edwin Single?
ton, indicted for interference with election.
The Grand Jury also made the following present?
o'he Grand Jury for tho Ft-braary term would
call tho attentiou of tho court to an occurrence since
our la-1 presentment
i hat a citizen of the county, namely, Mr. H. B.
Olney, was arre-ted upon a warrant ?s.-uej by TV. H.
Mishaw, a ma;.!--rate ot this county; that tho war?
rant was wholly illegal, and was serv d, and the ar?
rest made by one who was not by any authority tl
law entitled ? o arr- st.
1 h t upon Mr. Olney being arres'ed, the magis?
trate who issued the warrant was not in bis office to
hear the cou-plain t or the < vident e tor the accused,
er to make UL y investigation tvlauvo to the case;
had left with bu clerk a commitment, and instruc?
tions to send Mr. Olney to jail.
This commitment was in itself illegal, oven if all
the snti-rlor proco dings ? ere legal. Had the com?
mitment actually been made, thi would hiv been
the result, that a eitzen would have been arrested
and incarcerated with* ut legal cause, without legal
procpfs. and IU c.car violation of the law. Of the
motives which prompt? d this scti n on the purt of
the magistrate the G and Jury cannot judge. But
whether the action proceeded from ignorance of his
dunes, or from a winni disregard und neglect ol tu em.
in either ?. vent, ihe mapistrate is unfit io ie trusted
with powers so gra e, and the exercise of whiob af?
fects so deeply the security ot the citizens, and tho
grand Jury present the ca-e to the court that such
action may be tak-n as will corren the evil.
W. G. WHXLDEN, Foreman.
In the Common Pleas the various county dock?'s
were calleJ, and the court was engaged* up to the
hour of adjournment in hearing the trial of causes
on the County Issue Docket
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 6 AND 7
HON.GEO. S. BRYAN PRESIDING.--! he petition of Louis
McLain, assignee ot' J. V. Edwards, to sell real estate
tree from encumbrances, was rei erred to the Registrar,
and lien creditors ordered to come in and establish
their claims before 25tb March. The petition of E. A.
Price, creditor of J M Balley, for sale of property
was heard, and tho assignee was ordered to sell and
pay' Hens accordiug to priority, bo. Same disposi?
tion of a similar petition of J. B. Bimaker, creditor
of Jno. 8. Bowe. The petitions of Wm. C. Caver
ney, B. H. Cotehett, Jno. I. Jones, Thos. J. Jones,
Ro it Knight, W. F. Lawson, Jno. R. Magill. F. B.
i Mobley, Isaac Sijjitb., and R. 0. DoLaney, were re?
ferred to the Registrar. Wm. Hood filed an amend?
ment to schedule. H. W. Oarlington was allowed to
amend bia schedule. P. V. Dibble, assignee of J.
B. Salley. was ordered to sell property, pay two judg?
ment creditors, and holt balance subject to order of |
court Ibo court ordered that Jno. Brown pay J.
R. Milliouso $632 52 with interest from 2flth March,
1801. and retain surplus, if any, f jr payment of other
creditors. 1 he petition of W. S. Hastie to resign trust
as assignee of C. H. Mo-so wu referred to the R -gis.
trar toinquiro and roport. On hearing tho report
of the Rcgistnr iu tho matter of Mary A. Rhett, ex?
ecutrix, i> was o-dered that the assignee of James S.
Thompson, bankrupt, sell and pay S2371 with inter?
est fron 17th Februarv, 18C3, and hold any balance
subject to ordar of conrt. The po'nion of H B.
Jennhi s, to set up lien against F. Livingston, was
dismissed tu so m ich as it claims to have a lien on
grounds ari-ing from sale of lands mortgaged to B.
Livingston, and that said Jennings pay costs of pro?
ceedings. Final h arin? in the eise of AlbO't
Barnett waa ordered tor tho 24th March. Sumtor P.
Qasque was finally discharged. Tho bill tor fore?
closure in tho matter of W. W. Harllea, bankrupt,
was referro 1 to the Registrar to repart Thc as?
signee of James H. Gooch was ordered to sell and
pay liens. It was ord-red that thc assignee in tho
matter ol W. W. Harlleo soUjtho property described
iu the petition, and liter payin; costa and expenso*,
ho d the balance suhject to the ardor of tho court.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES, SADDLEBT, &O.-The
wholesale and retail saddlery establi-hcacnt of F. F.
Chapeau, Meeting-street, next the Mills House, has
i ecently 1 eeo enlarged in order to accommodate ex?
tensivo additions to bis stock already complete in
every particular appertaining to Lho tiade. Besides
the goods ol bis own minufuoturo. Mr. Chape-u is a
direct importer of tho finest and best English sad?
dles and eaddlery, and persona in ncodof well gotian
up sa i dh e. bridles and harness generally, should
examine his stock. He is an extensive dealer in
army saddles aud harnsps. and has now on hand for
sale at moderate figures upward ot twenty-five hun?
dred of the famous Mc Mallan saddle, the most en?
during in use, and a large lot of wagon harness.
Since the days of the well known McKenzie, there is
no saddlery house tbat bas been botter kept or moro
complete in all that constitutes a reliable and well
To THE PLANTEES OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA.-Believing "WHAKN'S" RAW BONE SU?
PERPHOSPHATE OF LIME to be fully equal to the
best Fertilizers in market and superior to many,
and being desirons of having it thoroughly tested,
wo have conclude i lo offer ihe following Premiums:
1st For the largest yield of Co ton ii om an aero of
laud, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For Iho sec?
ond largest yield of Cotton from an acre of laud, a
Silver Pitcher worth $69. 3d. For the largi st yield
ot Corn from an acre of land, a Silver Goblet worth
The above premiums will be awarded where
"WHANNS'" BAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE a'ono is
used on tho acre producing thc > ie'.d.
Those applving for the premiums will be required
to furn sh eatisfacto y evidence ot tho amount p o
duced on the acre, an i n, statement of thc manner In
which they applied the manure. A limited amount
only of this thosphate will be distributed during tho
season. Prices, delivered ou the cars st Charleston,
$C5 per ton, cash; or S70 for approved eily accept
onces, payable 1st Novr-mecr.
CLASHORN, HERRING b CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Oa.
February 23 Imo
HOME-MADE EREAD at Kinsman's SalooD.
March 2 tuthsfj
THE PROPRIETORS OK "W h ann's Raw Bono
Supe:phosphate ot Lime cordially i vilo f?rmrrs,
dealers and o hers lulerc.-ted i-i procuring a first
cla-s manure, to call and examine their works, M O
process of manuiactuio, and insp ct tho m .tcri.tls
used. They have no itcrets, rive full value and
guur.tntco Ibei' Phosphate to come up to tlc tau
(Bird a; a'ysis. Cia.-horu, llfrt'.iig ?; Co. are thc
agents lar the sale of it iu An.-Usia a. d Charleston.
Februarv 2;j lino
Mar h 9 1 Ko. IQ A<lg- r's South " harf.
ON SHIPMENTS OF
P H OS P HATES
FIRST-CLASS PHOSPHATE LANDS WANTED.
WILLIS & CIIISOL.ni.
Marchs flu Imo
K O . H. HOPFOCK.
Charleston, S. C
P. GADBDKK II ABELL. Cmos Septemt *r 3)
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF HARTFORD, COINTST.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT
IN THE YEAR 1820.
Annual I ?come. 0,000,000
Surplus. 3,OHO, 00 J
Losses paid in 1868, Three quartera of a Million
Dividends paid in 18G8, over Half a Million Dollars.
The ?tna has $126 to pay every $100 liabilities.
It ha? insured over sixty thou sand members.
It insures from $600 to S20.000 on a single life.
The entire profits divided among Policy-holders
annually, commencing at tho end of the first yo^r.
ALL POLICIES NON-FOB PE HING.
New Cash Rates-Cash Policies-Cash Dividends
on tho Contributive Plan.
HUGER & RAVENEL,
CORNER EXCHANGE-STREET AND EAST BAT.
Charleston, S. C.
March 9 tufmsi
Q ll MIBUS LIVE TO MAGNOLIA.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOCLD RESPECTFULLY
announce to the citizens ot Charleston that on and
siter Ihnrs'iay, the 11th inst, bc wOl establish a
LINE 07 OMNIBUSES, under tie superintendence
of Mr. H. GATES, to run from tho corner ot Meet
mu and Ltne-sircets, to Magnolia Avenue and the
Three Mile House.
These OMNIBUSES viii leave each terminus
every half-hour lxom OA. M to 12 M., and o very
qaarter-hour from 2 te 6 P. M., and will run eveiy
A strict adherence to Schedule guaranteed.
Arrangements can be mide for Pic-nio Parties
from same dale, at stage Office, corner Line and
Meet ng-strects. 5 BOBLBT GRAHAM.
THIS 13 ONE OF THB M03T PROSPEROUS PA?
PERS ba the South', is published daily in Montgomery,
the Capital of Alabama; has on extensive circulation
throughout tho State, and off?T advantages and ic
dueemonts to adveraseis which lew other journals
A regular file of the paper may be seen at the
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
Ko. 3 BROAD-STREET,
And contracts for advertising may be made with the
Agents in Charleston,
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
G. H. GIBSON di CO.,
March 9 Proprietors, Montgomery, Ala.
LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSIMS.
ZPJRIZE IIVCE-DALS 1
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
_O. JNT. T.
SIX C0K?, SOFT FTN?SB
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, pnrely Soft Finish, is recommended for its
great Huptriority for Hand and Machine Sow?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Pry Goods and Notion Dealers.
HOCKADATS STABLES AND LOTS
Is now prepared to keep CATTLE, HOR9E8 and
S10CK of every description, lhere is a gord
pomp and large HI eds on the lot. I will soil stock
on small comm'ssion. Imo February 9
VEHS tl .V A BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
HARLEM, N. 7.
Ibis celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
the year, and is guaranteed to keep sound through
the hottest weather, and os that account ls of ail
Ales tho best adopted to the -outhern climate. The
proprietors aro dcs>:' of establishing a trade lor
their Alo In this ?cctlon, ?od wish to make o
rangemcnts with some en- rg?itic, responsible porty
to take Uie, -gency for tbe sale of it in <'hallston
and vicinity. RTEBSON A- BATkS,
Harlem stition, .New York City.
February 16 3mo
M. L. FILLEY'S
Celebrated Coolina: Stoves,]"
.M HlLAiNXllltUi'lSr AND "CIVILIAN,'
Manufactured at troy, Y.. mid lor sale by
D, L. F U ii li E B T 0 N,
AV GUSTA, GA.
TUE?E STOVES SI AND O'NIH V' I.LED FOB
capacity, durability, cmveuience- and tho pen
f.-il pu-poses lo which " OoKiuiStoves un- usud. ibo
PUU ANTHROPIC I is ext!? heav, plited, and btu?
Ash Diawcr; can bj marti into a ox boilor hole
store: has cast iro.i Wier Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class stove. 'Ibo
Om i JAN'isola neat ilcstrn, ond has afme large
Oven, litis Store eau be md with lue extension
Dork, MK hole?, and rc-i pro? when desired
For further lidormation ?ply to.
D. L. FULLERTON,
January 30 Brno* Animals, Ga.
rroLi.nios di MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
CbarlcMeo, S. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS. REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will otttend to Rentin? and Collecting of Bent?
and purchase and sa'e ol blocas, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Beal Estaae.
To tho Purchaso of Goods and Supplies for parties
tn the country upon reasooiblo terms.
GBOBOB L. HOLUM.ALEXANDRE MACBETH.
January I *J*
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold on Browo'p Wharf, at thiee-quarlere
past 9 o'clock, TBIi DA Y,
SO rubs BUMER
60 bbls. Flour, now landing
CO tubs Laid
8"0O ( holce Sugar-fured Now York Strips
600 Cboice ?ugar-Cured New York Lhculdors
4 quarter Cask,s Pineit Castillon A- Co.
60 cases PinettCa'tillon k Co. Brandy.
LO l OPEN CHOOjtEBY.
EWERS AND BASIN-, Tun ens, Plates, Covered
Dishes Band Tea.-, Ac, kc, nc.
Conditions cash. March 9
C'luese, Strips. Huns, ?rc.
BT GE !K iE W. STEFFENS.
WillbeBolJ THIS PAY, in front of my store, No,
39 Vendue Raneo, at half-past 9 o'clock,
40 boxes ('B> ESE
10 boxes Siripa
ti boxes Bums
6 hhds. shoulders
10 boxes Cod fl b
_2 Fairbank's Hcalpi._March 9
Under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Contents of
Grocery Store " orthwesl Corner Laurens
and Wharf streets.
HY JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold TO-MORROW, tho 101h instant, at ll
o'clock, at the above place.
Tho fONTKNTS of ?aid store, consisting of a well
selected slock ot Groceries, Liquors, kc.
'iho Lease of .?tore to run h? wigner. 1871.
The above stand is one of the best in the city, and
WOT. by tho attention of th oso iu want of thc samo.
Sale of Stores on M>/rkel street, by Order of
BY LOWNDES & ii KIMBALL,
No. 26 Urcuiri-Ktroct.
Will bo sold on TUESDAY ld h March, at the Old
Post?nico, Broad-ttrcet at ll o'clock A.M.,
AU that LOT OF LAN n, with the Buildings there,
on, situate on the south side of Market-street, (be?
tween Meeting and Church) known aa Nos. 66, 67
Lot measures on Maikct-slreotC9 feet 6 inches; on
tho east line 71 icet 3 indies; ou the weBt 70 feet 3
inches; on the north line 61 feet, be the samo more
or leas. ->
Terms-CrtMkird cash ; balance in one and two
years, interest payable, semi-annually, to be secured
bv a bond of the purchaser and mortgage ol the
I premises sold. Buildings to bo insured and policy
nssisned. Purchaser to pay for paper* and stamps.
March C stuthmtu5
GP ANO. T
Ofifi T0WS N0- 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AR.
AU U ' " RIVED and to arri vo. For sale by
March 8 R, M. BUTLER.
> DISSOLYED BONE.
?) ff TON S PURE DISSOLVI DBONEtvOW LAND
Li'J IN G per schooner "Tiado Wind," and for
sale by PELZ ER. RODG1 RS k CO..
March 8 2 North At'anilo Wharf.
CBOASDALE'd GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
For sale by WM. GURNEY.
No. 102 Fa^tBay,
Solo Agent for South Carolina.
February 20 Imo
1 AAA BARRELS LAND PLASTER, TO AR
JLUUU RIVE per Schooners Scud and Matlon
Orders receivod by OLNEY k CO
AN ASIIUONIATED SOLUBLE
COMBINING ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
AND PEBUTIAN GUANO.
TBTS FERTILIZER IS WARRANTED TO-GIVE
satisfactions- Planlers and farmers ore invited
to send lor pamphlets, descriptivo of its virtues and
how lo anply ir.
49- Prieo, SOS per ton of 2000 lbs.
For sale by lt. M. BUTLER,
February 17 Agent at Charleston, S. 0.
Tfl? LODI MANUFACTURING CO.
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO PEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We offer our DOUHLE REFINEJ P UDREiTE,
equal to tho best Superphosphate, at tho low price
of $25 per ton. I his Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophospbale and pure Bone Lust.
E. M. J ODD. Smithfield, Va., says where he uf ed
the Double Refined Poudrette on corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS BBOB , Dover, Del., says it gave their
rhubarb and tomatoc-' a vigorous growth, ripening
the latter two weeks earlier
P. W. BUTCUISO.V, Sr, near Cherokee, Qa., says it
nearly doubled his yield of cotton.
Hon. ELI S. SHORTER, Eufaula, Ala,, says his cot?
ton waa fully equal to adjoining acids manured with
the best Superphosphates.
S. MoxTOOMEnY, El avilie, Ga., says it increased
bis crop ot cotton 150 lbs per acre.
G. S. OOLESBY. Mariotia, Ga., uss I it on corn and
cotton and says it more than doubled the yield, he
regards il the cheapest and most reliab.e Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
Ei-Qovemor i SUTH, Warrcuton, Va., tried lt with
three several crops the last and present years, and.
Bays: "I pronounce it with confidence a most valua?
Ihe Superintendent of General W. R. Cox, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "I think the Poudrette
used for cjru cannot be surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced a large yield.
Dr. E. M. PENDLETON, BI arta, Ga., says: "The
Nitrophospbale of Lime, used on cotton made 248
per cent tho first year.
Piofessor GEOKQE H. COOK, of tho New Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, says:
"The I >ounie Refined Poudrette and Nltrophoephate
of Lime paid us full 100 per cent, above their mar?
ket value in thc increase of crops this year."
Address LODI MANUFAGlUltING COMPANY,
Box ?1139, New York Postofllcc. o dice No. CC Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOB THE COMPANY.
January 14 ihstu3mos
No. 1 PERU VIAN.
SARDY'S "SOLUBLE PUOSPHO-PERUVIAN. "
SABDY'? "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGH EST ti HAD ES PUKE PHOSPHA?
TE t?U.r\?5 AN il Ultu l Ml
LIM) PL A STE IC.
TEE USE OF IHE ABOVrJ SOLUBLE P-iOiPUO
PEKUVIAN and AmmouLitcd Soluble Pacific
Uuauos is particularly recommended, being com
puu. ds of tue riebest P.ieitle I'lio-pbutic Guano,
rendered soluble; the I orator wtaiuiug twenty per
cent of Peruvian Guano, and tho latter highly am
mouiuieu waih animal nutter-masing me must
cuuceutrjteu and prullinblo fertilizers iu use for cot?
ton. ci.ru, wheal und Tobacco,
rot salo III has* and barrels, in quantics to amt.
TcsUinou'ala from tho-e w'a ? nave used the above
willb. lurui ed un application.
GltAESElt, LEK, SJHTI1 ? CU.,
General Agents a: Charleston.
"Pcctl your Lund und it will Peed You."
December 24 nie Ihstusmo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY S
rpiIIS GUANO DU'i i Rs FROM PERUVIAN
.L Guano simply iii 'he relative proportions ot
the same eh tueuts of fertility.
Hs use during the past lour years for tho culturo
of cotton and .ornhasgiveu lo il a diameter lor
standard oxcelleuco uusui passed by genuine Peru.
Vian Gu ino. and where scasou9 of drought inter?
vene, ii produces a largeIncrea-u oi crops.
Tho p<ko at whteo this Guano is placed is so
much below that ol Peruvian Guano, as to couftitute
it an object ol material importunen to southern
Tue largo capital and res mrccs of tho Company
enable it to luruisb a Guano ol the Ingbo-t value at
tho lowest pos-siblo cost to eousumer- and tho
htyhesi interest of tho Company is recognized in
ihe Company looks to lurg? eales, sinai profits
and u pcrmauo.it trade for compensation on capital
i u vested'.
Ur. bl*. JULIEN RAVENEL, ol South Caro?
lina, is Scientific Director to the Company.
which affords a sure guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of tho Guano. None genuine uule-s brand?
ed with tho name ol JOHN >. itEh.-E & CO., Gene
ral Agents ol tho PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
Fer terms and mode of application, apply to
J. fi. HOBSON,
Agent for the State of south Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlautic Wharf.
December 19 sao stuthSmo
Elegant Private Residence at corner of Orange
and Trodd street*.
W.T. LEITCH &R. g.BRUNS,
By virtuo of an order of sale to me directed bv the
Hon. Geo. S. B yan. Judge of th9 United States
Court for tho District, of South Carolina, I will sell
at pnbllc ancdon THIS DAT, 9th March at ll
o'clock A. M., at tho Old Postofflce. '
TiMt very desirab'e and soaci -us RESIDENCE at
lorthwest cornor of Orange and Trodd streets, now
>ccupied by the Hon. P. Gaillard. The Hou*e
tontains- rooms, and upon the premises aro all
leccssary outbuilding!, with a spa< ious garden spot
This is one ot the most desirable Residences In
'harleston. and is well situated w!th reference to tho
raciness part ot Charleston, and in c'o.-c proximity
o tte Battery. Lot mca>nies 110 feet on Tradd by
50 feet on Ora nee street
5 erms-One- omrth cash; balan e In one, two and
bree years, sec'ired by bond and mortgage of tbe
)ro crty. with interest; property to be insored and
loiicy asst med. Purcoa-er to pay Auctioneers for
>apars and stamps.
L-.WBESCE W. O'HEAE,
Assignee of Theo Joro Stoney.
Elegant and Desirable Residence.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S.-BRUNS.
Viii be sold at Publio Auction, THIS DAT, 9th
March, at tho Old Poetofflcc.
That SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT RESIDENCE,
n tho eastern part of tho o:ty. Known as the Tacker
louse. Tbfe property ls situated on a high and
Iry portion of the city, comino iding a line view of
he ba- and humor of (marleston, aud cou.prises
bc advantages of a city ami sea shore residsacc; is
in one ot the healthiest localities, and altogether
bc most desirable property that has been offered at
'I he LOT is large and spacious, measuring in
rOQt on Bay-street - feet on Coooer street - feet,
md occn ?des one-half of the square, and capable of
>cing sub-div) ii od
Terms-One sixth o' tho amount ciah; the ba'ance
iay .ble in twelve months, with intsrest. secured hy
>ond and- moitgage of the proper.y ; insurance of
he bul dug, and assignment of the policy. Pur
ihoser to pay ns for papers and (tamps.
March 9 mstuS
Cotton Cassimeres, Cottsnades, Jeans, cfc.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & Ci).
[BIS D?T. Otb instant, st 10 o'clock, ws will sell at
oar Auction Salesroom, No. 136 Meeting-street
L GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF SEASONABLE
BB! GOOD?, JV<? RECEIVED,
CONSISTIDO IK FAST OF:
FANCY COTTON CASSiMhBEs, Fancy Cotton
ides, Kentucky Jeans, Black Satinets, Chambrays,
Blue Denim, skirting. Stripes, Blue Plaids and
stripes, Fancy and Mourning Flints. Ticking, Black
ind "late Jeans, 8-4, ?-8 and 4 4 Bl -ached and Brown
'biting, Dressing and i-lantara on Combs, Muslin and
Madras Handkerehiefs, Brown and Mixed Half Hose,
White Hose, Laos Veils, Paper Collars, Mens' and
Boy.' Hats, Linen Shirt Fronts, Buttons, Pms,
?pool Cotton, Flax Thread, Thimbles, biisiors,
Books and Eyes, Buckles, &e., kc.
Conditions cash. '_ March 9
Earns, Strips, Bellies, Butter, Cheese, D.
S Shoulders, cfc , ??c.
BY LAX KEY & ALEXANDER.
rms DAY, 9th instant, will be sold. In our store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
200 UNCOVERED BAM j
5 boxes New York Sugar-Cured Strips
6 boxes New York Sugar-Cured Bellies
6 boxes Dry Salted Shoulders
? 3 boxHS Bologna sausages
10 tubs Butter
90 botes Cheese
6 barrels Smoked Beef.
Potatoes. Paper, Flour, ho., Ac.
Conditions cash._March 9
BYR.& A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 9th instant, will bo sold at our
Warehouse in i'halmeis-streot at 10 o'clock.
484 barrels CHOICE EXTRA AND FAMILX FLOUR,
The various brand* have l een carefully selected
tor Ibis markot, ?nd aro well worthy the attention of
bakers and dealers.
Conditions osb. thfmtul March 9
CNDfa.fl DECKER IN KO?CITY.
Gray vr. Mehrtens.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
1HIS DAY, the 9ih of March next, st ll o'clock
A M., will be sold at the Old customhouse.
AU that LO C OF LAND, situate on the east side
of Kin?-streot, kuown lu the plat of 4be said street
by tbe number 176; measuring and containing in
fro ito i Eing-htreet twenty-nine feet (29i leet and
in d pth ninety-oino (99i feet Butting and bound?
ing north on lund of J. C. Levy ; east on land of
Henry Sill y; routh ? n land of Ute estate of Mignot,
and west on King-street
Terms- Oe?-tbint oMb: and (ho bolanoc on a
credit of on two and three year* ; to be secured by a
bond ol the purchase! and a mortgage of the prem?
ises. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
Sheriff Charleston County.
March 9_ th3 tul
I M)EK DECREE I V EO.IJT?
William Jil. Bailey, et al, vs. Charles O.
Whalry, et al.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
On TUESDAY. 23d day of March. 1869, will be sold,
in front of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate and being on Wadroalaw leland, Charleston
County, measuring and containing SOU sores, more
or leis; buding and bounding north on WadmaRw
Sound, south on lands of Joseph H. Whaley, east on
lands o George scharlock, and west on lands of Ed?
Icrms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, with interest irom day or sale, se?
cured b? bo jd ol purchaser and mortgage of premi?
ses. Purchaser to poy tor papen, and stsmpe.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
March 2 tu4 S. C. C.
(JHarfyinrri), (Castings, (Ctr.
JOHN F. TA Y LOR & CO.,
6UCCESSOB3 TO .
CAM KRON Si CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c,
Nos. 4, C find 8 PRITCBARD-STREE1,
(KUAB THE DBI DOOK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE TII?ESUE?S AND 51 ILLS OF EVERY
.SHAFTING, POLLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND LN IRON OR
Wc guarantee lo furnish ENGINE* and BOILERS
ol" as good quaUty and power, and at as low rates a?
can bc had ill New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
A sh croft's Low* water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DA HAG IS FRO ll LOW WATER IN
REPAIR ? PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
F KO M 4 TO 3SC
boree power inc uding th?
cdeorstcj Corliss cut-oi
bovines, "Hit* Valvo sta
tiouarv Engines. Portable
Mn g i ce, Ac. Also. Circa
ar Malay and Gong sou
Mills, Suttor Cms Mils,
-baiting Pulleys. Ao.. Lat?
and Shingle Mills. Wheal
and Corn Mills, Circulai
,-aws Beliing, Ac Send
1er descriptivo Circular ano
WOOD k MANN STEAM
February 19 6mos Utica New nor*
Dwelling, No. 60 King street, near Trodd.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
; Auctioneers. Ki
TB IS DAT, the 9th instant, at ll o'r-lock, will Ire
sold, at the Old Postofflce, Broad.street, -
The above WOODEN DWELLING, lin roofed,
containing! Square Booms, Kitchen, Ac; lot29MR
6 inches, by 130 feet deep.
Terms cash. Purchaser io pay auctioneers for pu
Ten Acre Tract in the Town of SumrnerviRt.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO*
THIS DAT, the 9th instant, at ll o'clock, W?B bo
m. v sold, attheOlrtpoBtofflce.
and Mainstreet, a short walk from ihn r?mnl Tt
whole! "0ldbytlle ACre* ^^"p?ulKtt?
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers ? :
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,," ..
By virtue of an order to me directed by Hon. George
S. Bryan, Judge of >he United states Distrust
Court, will be sold at public outcry THIS BAT, th?
9ii day of March next, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
All that LOT OF LAND with tbs building?, there. '
on, situated on the northeast c mer of Ashley and
Doughty streets; butting and bounding tooths north
on lands of Lucas one hundred and nlrrhty tit
feet six inches; to the east on lamia of Laen ansi
hundred feet, and lands of Williams erne'huiidreet
feet; to the south on lands of Bates and Winiam?
ninety feet, and on Doughty-street one an od red and
ten feet, and to the west on Ashley-street' two hun?
dred feet, be the same more or leis, y . \ ' j '
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one an i-two
years, .ecured by bond and mortgage ; buildings te ba
insured and policies assigned. Pure tisser. to pay
assignee for papers and stamps. '
J. B. BTSSELL,
March 9_tu2 Assigns*. .
Boots and Shoes, Bats, Fancy Goads, $c.
KNOX, DALY & CO., A
So. 150 Meeting, corner of Wentvrerta-?
street, ? . . ' -
Will sell THIS DAT, commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
- cases Mao's, Woman's and Children's BOOTS
AND SHOES, HATS, Ac.
4 bales Superior Burlaps
Variety of Fancy Goods.
Lot of desirable CROCKERY.
Conditions cash._March 9
Potatoes! Potatoes! Potatoes!
BY LAUBEY & ALEXANDER,
THIS DAY, the 9th instant, wUl be sold in th?
store. No. INS East Bay, at ll o'clock, ~ "
600 bbls. IRISH POTATOES consisting of Wes*,
ern Beds. Davis' Seedling, Chili Beds, Garnet C?fli,
Jackson Whites, and Peach Blows. ' """
Conditions cash. March 9v
No. 136 Meeting-street, " "
Will sell TO-MORROW, Wednesday 10th instant, af
10 o'oloek, at No. 13$ Meetang-etreet, u'JL -
BEDSTEAD:!, Bureaus, Hairand Moss MaUxussny
Chairs, Tablea, Engravings, superior Crockery and
Glassware, Notions. Also, Writing Paper, Ink, and
two ch.sta of Tea, Sundries, fee, . J.
One Family Carriage, Plantation... Cart,
Horses. Also, Furniture, Orockerg, atvf
Sundries, ai Auction. rr
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH, f
TO-MOBBOW, at 10 o'clock, at his 8*leeroeta. Now
31 Broad-street. ._M arah g
Extensive Estate Sale of the Tupper Lani*.
? 135 Building Lots in the Town of AiktnT
BY GEORGE L. KEACH, :*
Anetloneer. .. . i:
Will be sold at the Town Ball In Aiken, on THa*RS~
DAY, 11th of March next, - _
135 BUILDING LO t S, in the Iowa of Aiken.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for paper? ai*
stamps. KC fi
Nearly all these lots aie 60 by 160 feet
The whole tract Hes within the oo rpo ra te limits sf
Aiken, and containa thirty acres-would make a val?
uable Fruit and Market Farm, bein,' the ouly Oak.
and Hickory Land in the neighborhood. It wiB be
gold entire at private sale at anv time prenons ta
the above day of sale, on application to
FBEDEBICK A. FOE?,
Attorney of Estate James tupper, deoeated, 0
March 2 tu2 Law i ifflce, aiken, 3. 0.
l^^1^1^ ****** ' .;'
Summerville Residents. . ;
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURErj
A RESIDENCE in Summerville, about a m?or
and three-quarters from Railroad Depot, and about a.
quarter of a mlle from the market, containing ?ir
rooms, piazza. 4c. On the promises are a UteMH
can iago honse and stable. Lot of one acre.
Apply as abovo, at No. 23 BBOAD-STBEir. -
March 9 talk? "
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO?,
Heal Estate Broken.
For Sale or to 1 ont
A FARM on Cooper River, seven miles frena-the
rity by the Shell Road, well adapted to o nion. Ble?
or Vegetables. ?tn2 . March ?
Residence on Broad sired.
BY LOWNDES & (?RI SB ILL, i
No. HO BroaeLatreet. . .i rr.io
At Private Salo
That three story BRICK HO na E, known as Ne. H '?
Broad-street, contai lng 6 rooms pantry end rteaia *
lng rooms, with kitchen of a rooms. Qse'througk-.
ont the House. Lot 31 bv 131 leet deep.
LOTS on Rutledge avenue anl Nanan-jlxesi. -->
February 16 ra*
Residence in Lamholl street.
BY LOWNDES & G Ri M BALL.
No. 26 Broad-etreet.
At Private Sale- "..
That large RESIDENCE, No. ll LsaaboB-strsetv
containing nine rooms and dressing rooms; weoar
works in the honse. Lot measures 66 by 180 feet. -
Fci'-ruary 23 tutbS
3l)irt9 and /arnisljinj ?oobs.
Proprietor of the Gentlemen's Furnishing Good?
Emporium, Meeting-street, near Market, dsiirot?
of bringing the famous
Shirts into general use, and belioving that lt ls Only
necessary for gentlemen to wear these
once to bc well pleased with them, will hereafter of?
fer thom to bis customers
the public generally at cost prices. His Stockei
Neck TieB, Scarfs and
will also he sold at such prices as to defy compstf
Uon, and if satisfaction ls not
he will return tho money. His charges are so Mt?
sonable as almost to make buyer, behove the article*
Jsuuary 1 6moe
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND GOMMISt
. SION MERCHANT.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BOKM, 8K
CURiriES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 87 B KU A l)-S T RE J? Ti
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, If*.
General JAMES CONNER, T. B. WARING, Bs?.
UHN D. ALBXABD1E,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND G MURAL AIMSTT,
.po. 16 Broad-etreet.
RESPECTFULLY SOLIOOS BJBLHlHg BI AB.
JUSTING ACGOBNTS *f Merehaahi ead etene*,
and in WRITING VP AKB POSTING their BOaXS.
either In part er ?hal*, fee. tease* .