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HUQUENOT CHURCH.-We learn that at the
meeting of the corporation of this venerable church
on Sunday, the restriction clause in the constitution
of the church was repealed, so that now every pew
holder becomes a member of the corporation, with
every right snd privilege. This is a measure which
was contemplated before the war, and is now happi?
ly and unanimously completed. We learn, moreover,
that the pastor of the Huguenot Church has yielded
to the warmly-urged wishes of his people, and has
withdrawn his lotter of resignation.
BOOKS FOB THE SOOTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TE?ST COMPANY -The books for the new bank of
discount and deposit, known as the South Carolina
Loan and Trust Company, have been manufactured
by Messrs. Walker, Evans A: Cogswell, and are splen?
did evidences of the perfection to wbich the manu?
facture of blank books has been brought in this
country. The paper furnished, tho book binding,
ruling and and printing done at the establishment
of Messrs. Walker, Evans k Cogswell is equal to any
that took the prize st the great exposition in Paris.
DEBOW'a REVIEW FOB FEBRUARY.-This ex?
cellent magazine for the merchant, planter and stu?
dent comes to U9 with the following interesting ta?
ble of contents: IheLastof the American Fcier
alists; The Tenure-of-omce; Toke of Southland;
Ourselves; Address of the Third Graud Fair of
Louisiana; Progre-e of the Through Grain Move?
ment; Niagara and the Belize; Condition and Wants
of the Cottoarais-in^ states; Former slave Popula?
tion; Address of P ol essor Fontaine; Mexico; The
Dari en Canal; Department of Commerce; Depart?
ment of Agriculture.
THE STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE.-It will be seen by
tho following t-tatemcnt. which we take from the
Norfolk Journal of Tuesday last, that the steamship
Alliance, from Borton for this port, has become a
By the arrival of the wreckinc steamer Resolute,
Captain Baker, f-om Hatteras Inlet, we leora that
the iron steamship Alliance, i :aptain Semmes, from
Boston for Charleston, and asho e one mile south of
the inlet, bad broken up on the night of the 1th in
stantand ?as settling fast m the s md. The captain
hod abandoned her to tho Wreck Conmlrsioners,
who had ordered the sale by auction, on the 9th in?
stant, on the beach, of alt matt rial saved from ber,
consisting of boots and shoes and hales hay, as a so
a portion of her machinery, tor tte benefit of ail con?
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 10.
HON. GEORGE S. BRTAN, PBKRIDLNO.-John T. H.
Williams and Jos. Levy were finally discharged in
bankruptcy.- The case of F. A. Trade well, for final
discharge, was continued until the '.'Ith inst. The
petition of J. E. Harrclson to Bet up hen, was refer
red to Registrar Carpenter. The pe tirions of Hastio,
Calhoun Ac Co.. and O. G. Paisley k Co., to set up
Hen of judgment, was rei erred to Registrar Carpen?
ter. The petition of Susan and Charlotte Shields to
set up liens was referred to the soma registrar. The
court was occupied un to the hour of adjournment
in hearing arminien t in the case of B. E. Boy kin
against the Ger a ania Insurance Com pc ny on a mo?
tion for a new tm 1.
THE STATE COUBT-HON. B. B. CARPENTER,
PRESLDBtOr-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10.-The cons id e
<- jnattdtfof the case of L. F. Hoosier vs. the Phoenix
' and other Insurance Companies, Messrs. Simons k
eiegliug for the plaintiff and Messrs. Simonton A- Bar?
ker sud C. G. Memminger for the defendants, was
rammed. The jury, after an impartial charge by
Jud gi Carpenter upon the law, retired, and shortly
after returned with s verdict io favor of the plaintiff
to the amount of $22,193 50. The court wa- occu?
pied until a late hour in hearing argumenten the
case of E. A. Gibbes vs. W. H. Tres cot. Messrs
Brewster k Spratt, and Simonton k Barker for the
plaintiff, and Messrs. Wilkinson k Gilchrist and
Whaley, Mitchell k Clancy for the defendants. The
case is an action upon a bond and mortgage given
for the purchase ot slaves, and its decision is Icoked
for with considerable interest.
A GREAT PUBLIC CONVENIENCE_lu tho
Northern cities, where tho facilities of travel have
b:en reduced to a s.ionco, the convenience oi the
public has betn vastly promoted by thc establish?
ment, at central points in each elly, of geucral ticket
agencies, where travellers abjUtto btart on a Jour?
ney, lu any direct on, can purchase tneir through
tickets in advance, without extra charge, and ortain
any informalion that u ay be desired in regard to tho
schedules and advantages ot tho sevrai routes.
Tues j agencies are generally managed ?ii connection
with a city baggage express, which, ly the co-opera?
tion of tue railroads, is enabled to call at hotels and
private residences and check baggage through, di?
rect from tho door, to its destination, iheco-tis
but untiing, and tho savins in hack hire and trouble
iu iook ng afif-r cne's tickets and baguage iu lhe rush,
hurry and bustle of a departiug train or steamer, is
a consideration that every traveller will aparec?ate.
We un Ju re Liu d, 'hal Mr A. A. Rice, wed known hero
as formerly connected with tho express business,
contemplates ?ho csbtblLhmcnt of such un agency,
to be localed at or iu thu notffhborhood ot ihe
Charleston HoteL If well manasen and uudertakeu
with 'hie support of thc valions railroad and steam?
ship lines, tho euu-r^ns -, wc donal not, will becjni"
n permanent and rxnnuuerativo institution, as \wl\
as a great conrenior.ee to thc travelling public.
H JTEL ARRIVALS, AIARCUIO_Pac J ion IMO.
J L'.iand, New Orleans; Joe Alack, Aceat Gaylord's
Troupe; M C Hail, N E Railroad; P K Coburn, sum?
merville; W II Thompson, W E Tr pp, cit.- ; J O
Edwards. R W D Hay, R Mitcham, Monck'-. Corner;
D C Cane, W T Aloner and wife, Bamberg; J J
Reeder aLd Son, New.n rry; J Woodward, Warsaw ;
WS Utsoy, George-';,; WS Jone-,N E Raiiro.d; W G
Gamble, WT. i oms burg; J P Clements. ? arliui;ton; S
PEUerbco, J fl Moady, Marion; E P KeuiUl, H in?
ion Troupe; W W Hard and servant, Mrs M Jamison,
Kingstree; M P limmous, Colurnl ia; P U Veil, New
York; John Fncrsou. N E Railroad; C J Cain,
Cooper River; J J Counts. M J alone South Carolina.
Charleston Hotrl-J SZibiey, Elizabeth, N*C;R L
AlcCaughiin, Newberry ; S F Hamilton, Chester; W
P Bj mes. Pittsburg, Penn; Mrs H Know, r, John
Kmwer, C M Conn ll, Mrs G M Connell and maid,
New York; J A Phillips and wile. Dayton, Ohio;
Chalks A Da\is, Hilton Head; C E Abbott, Boston;
Mrs Geo Z Gray and child, George J Forrest, New
York; O P Maynard. Massachusetts; A Sherman and
wir-. H G Lanmau aud wife, olen Falls; J m-s U
Hopkius.Pi tsbnrg. Pa; A P 3lake. Borton; Jacob |
Ha? son. Chambcrsburg, Pa; A E Spain, Darlington ;
W M Adams aud wife, New York; E W Bruusoi. and
family, Bristol. B I; D Gay and wife, Massachu- ]
setts^V Hogan and ?ifo..W F Budges and wife. New ?
York; BF Baker, Albany, K Y; F W Muser, New i
York; W H Stanton, Opeliio. A'a; Frank Biker, ]
Beaufort; A WcD Brown, city; B. Tappan, Georgia. I !
TUE NEGRO BONJ>]C.lSES.
Arguments of .Mes irs. \\ li alvy, - imo mon
Tho cases of Topper vs. Bailey, Tupper vs.
Eddings, Elliott vs. Tres-cot, and Troscot aiis.
Gibbes, were all argued together yesterday before
Judge Carpenter as involving (he important ques?
tion of the validity of contract:1, the consideration of
which was V o purchase of s"avcs. Tho is?ue as
made before the Judge involved two distinct ques?
tions: first, as to the validity of such contracts in
general; secoud, as to the effect of a mortgage-thc
second question beim? of almost equal interest with
the first, as slaves were laroly sold on credit without
a mortgage beiDg gi\ eu by the purchaser. It was
claimed by the Llatntiffs, first, that such contracts
were valid, and that thc provision of thc Conslitutiou
of 8outh Carolina, adopted in lt 08, taking away tho
remedy for the breach of them, and the act of the
Legislature, reade in pursuance thereof, were void,
as impairing tho obligstion of contracts. 2d. That
a mortgage was only collateral secuiily, and did net
vest the title of the property mortgaged in the mort?
gagee in such a manner as to cause the loss to fall cn
him in case the property was destroyed. The de?
fendants claimed, 1st. Th-t the contracts under con?
sideration were void, because so declared by the
Const itutirn of the State, and that the provision of
the constitution and the uct of the Legislature in that
regard were not contrary to tho Constitution of the
United States. 2d. That the mortgagee wac the legal
owner of personal property mortgaged, and, there?
fore, the person on whom the loss must falL
William Whaley, Esq, opened tor the defence, and
made an ongical and ingenious argument He con*
tented that the court had no jurisdiction in the
prernises, because the act creating the court ex?
pressly excepted from its jurisdiction all cases not
cognlzabl A by thc Constitution or the State, and the
constitution had declared contracts like these under
examination null and void. This was the law, un?
less the State Constitution in this particular came in
conflict with the United States Constitution; and he
contended that it did not, because South Carolina
was a military dependency, and not a State, at Ure
time of the adoption of the constitution, and
the United States Corsiitution only prohibited
"States" from passing laws impabing the obliga?
tions ot contracts. He said that the Constitution of
the United States not b.ins in force in South Caroli?
na at the time of thc adoption of tho State Constitu?
tion, the latter could not be in conflict with the
for mer. In support of this position, he quoted de?
cisions of the United States Supreme Court sustaining
the constiut ons of the several States which impaired
contracts before tho adoption of the Constitution of
the United Stales, and also thc Constitution of Texas,
which impaired contracts made before its admission
into the Union.
In regard to thc effect of a mortgage, be claimed
that the bom!, the mortgage and the bill of sale wore
contemporaneous dc cu m en ts and formed but one
contract, which was executory and not executed,
and which, the-efore, did not pass the property to
the vendee; that the legal title to the property was in
the mortgagee ; that according to the general law of
bailments when property wai lost, as io this case, by
the aotion of the vis major, or power beyond the
control of the ponies, the lon should fal] on the le?
He claimed, as a further bar to tho recovery of
the plaintiffs in this case, that there had been a fail?
ure of tho consideration of thc contract. They bad
war-anted a good title, and thc tit'e hsd bren super
coded. He claimed that it was a different case from
that of thc death of s'aves, for their mortality was a
thing known and calculated on, but emancipation
was neither known or thought of by them.
Charles H. Simonton, ?tq, replied to Mr. Whalcy.
Ho denied that the State was not a State at the time
of the adoption ot' the constitution. It was the doc?
trine sustained by the war, by thc acts of Congress,
and by the courts, that the States had never been
out of the Union, and consequently never without
the pale of the constitution. Acts of Confrre-e were
enforced here, and United States Courts wero held
here during the military mle, and both the courte
and the military were but tho creatures of the United
Slates Constitution,and the officers of both wore
sworn to support the Constitution of tho United
States. The Constitution of the State was thcrelore
bound to conform to the Constitution of the United
States, and the provision taking away alt ?emedy for
(ho breach of slave contracts, being in v.olailon of
thu prohibition of '.he Urned Slates Constitution
against impairing the obligation of contracts, was
null and void.
A mortgage, ho contended, was only a collate) al
security, and could not be regarded as satisfaction
on a bond. The mortgagee not having control over
the property, except in case of forfcihue, and then
only In trust for the mortgagor to pay the debt and
refund the surplus, could not be called tho owner.
As to the warranty of title, it was only warranted fiat
the vender had a good title himself at tho time of the
sale, and could convey the same to his vendoe. It
was preposterous to suppose that a warranty extend?
ed to anything which might occur after the tale was
Mr. Wilkinson followed in support of the defence.
Be contended that the equity aud law jurisdiction,
thorin now confided to one judge, were still distinct,
and that common law cases must be conducted
strictly according to the common law, and that per?
sons feeling injured thereby, must appeal to the
equity side of > he court for roller. This, he contend?
ed, was purely a suit at law and must be eo treated,
'i he difflcuiiy ..b.ut the present case was, that in?
stead ot tho mortgager bein?, as usual, m the equity
court, seeking relief from hit forfeiture, bo was in
the law court a^kuowledgitig his forfeiture and plead?
ing it in bar to any further recovery on thc bond.
The property mortgaged wu of moro value thau tho
amount of the bond, and it was, therefore, fair to
presume th it it- forfeiture was a sufficient satisfac?
tion of the b and. At any rate tho contrary did not
appear on the pleading, and thc law did nut uiiow
moro than one satisfaction of a 'tobt.
Tho arg umcut will bc concluded ?oday.
ACCIDENT TO THE SCHOONEB WAXAIA FOB
THIS POUT-PILOT BOAT PTOOX.-The schooner Wane?
ta, Captain Hawkins, which sailed from New York
on the Cth iust., for this city, had the misfortune
soon ofter loavng port, to run down and sink the
pilot boat Josiah Johnson, ? ff Barnagat Thc follow
icg arc ?he particulars as published ia the Ucrald:
A meet extraordinary collision occurred on Satur?
day night last, whi.h was rendered more reroaik
able by tho fact that thouga Ibo nish: was v ry
temp'Stuous no liv-s were lost. Ihe schooner
Wuuata, whi e laboring in u <roublcsoiue sea. actual?
ly ran down a d almost immediately suuk the pilot
boat Josiuh Johusou, No. Zi, tue schooner herself
sus ainintj severe iuj?ry, but-ti r?tmate y ro euiu?
the crew of the tuuUeu vessel and returning tvtlh
(ht m ?afcly tu Uu por . Below will bc lound tin
slatiments of tho ofir-crs bi both vessel*.
STA TEMEN! OF TUE CARATS OF TILE WANATA.
Thc schooner Wanata kit her aucherarje opposite
the Jersey I hy ferry al about three o'clock ou S.tur
daj alteruxm. 'Ibo wind clew Teiy lre.-h. widen
.norwards, when ibo vessel had pa.-sci by Loan
Braach, increased to a consldetabli* cale. At dark
ihe signal tautens wero ht. l ut thc force ot thu wiud
was auch that ibeyblew ont as ia.-t as tho wvtv
lighted. As it was i.i.j ossible to return to Ni w * oik.
tlie captain determined to author off D.ir. ag.it, ?inU
proceeded. cxcicUng tv?iy vigilance to av id cul
lisio u ot dam ?ge lu suv way. Ai about bnll-pasl 9
P. M.. the mate ht ii g tit Ino wheel and iii . can:;:!.-!
nu ibo walch, on the quartert'eck a light was sud?
denly discovered ubcad. iii . ht-lni sra? i u i cilia! -
ly put Up. but n au inst.iut the si h oner struck the
pilot boat Jo-uh Johusou, which was lvi g ai an?
chor. All hand- on boam the lal ter boat succeeded
in petting ou i oatd the Wanata but 1 st nuar.y ad
their cfl'- cth save such cV. ina as tlicv had ou at tho
niue. Thc Johusou .-unit almos iiuincdlatuiy. The
Wau ita lost all In rh. ad y ar ami car i ed away her
j:'b boom As scou us po bible the Wuu lawas an?
chor d, where she rim rim! until daybreak ? itcn all
suit was made, und thc vessel, with thc shipwrecked
crew, ca me up to the city.
STATEMENT OF TUE CEEW OF TUE PILOT BOAT.
Pilot boat Jo.-iih Joh'.son. No. 23, March 6i- , whi^c
ou a erm o off Liamagat. lour 1'. M., toi-k a neaw
squall lruui ihe westward, iud iu 'akingour foresail
lu shook ti e leach rope oft' it. Wc the i beat in un?
der the beach and came lo auehor lu rep r.r o:ir fore?
sail" il continued to blow ironi thc westward ult tho
a/tircoou. At 9:15 P. M., wa? run lalo by ibo
schoouer Vionaia, from Now York bound to
Charl? sion, ^ c schooner s ruck us amkiship, and
so si.dd u wa- the crash, that alt on board had bare?
ly tiiuet . scram' lc ou board of thc schO'?nor thc
tioat nuking iu about teu minutes, saving nothing
but what we sto ut iu, and that wa* very lillie, the
majority of :uc pilots and crew bel?g undress, d iu
b tl ut the time. We were kiud<y received on loard
of the schooner by Captain Hawkins, w io vu:uuice.- -
cd to tate us to New York, lo which wc rttuiu him
nur sli cele .hanks. At the time ct thu co lisiou we
had a clear, blight light, and the seasoner had no
lights at all that we could see.
MESSRS. WALSER, EVANS & COGSWELL have
prepared check bi oks for the new b.iuk, thc South
karolina Loau and trust Company, of various pat
.erns. ?Ino bank bosks. They are also ready to
jrint check books, with the United States Revenue
Stamps in, to order.
FELLOWS HIP SOCIETY. -The one hundred and
seventh anniversary meeting of this ancient society
was held at Masonic Hall yesterday, when an elec?
tion for officers to serve the ensuing year was enter
od into, and resulted in the selection of thc following
RICHARD YEADON, Piosident.
( HABLES H SIMONTON, t cuior Warden.
HEXRX BUIST. Junior Warden.
JOHN H. HONOUR, Treasurer.
CAMPBELL 1 OUOLAS, Secretary.
The President ippcintcd (he following committees
in accordance with the rules of the society:
Cb m Milte? on Rebe/.-Albert rife, Charles Kana
paux J. H. Kalb, lt, S. R. Creitzberg, lhomas J.
Committe on Accounts. P C. Gaillaid, James A.
Dufftv, V. J. Tobias, John Knox, Wm. Thayer.
Comm?tee 01 Schotts.-3. H. Honour. Jr.. D. G.
Wayne, Fleetwood Linnean, Wm. P. Knox, Wm. J.
Committee m Loans.-C. M. Forman, J. H. Hon?
en r, Z. B. Oakes, I. Kt. Minshull, Charles Kerrison.
MURDTR OF A SMALL Bor NEAR GEORGETOWN.
On the 2d instant, a white man by thc name of John
Tegul was arrested in a boarding-house in Matc
stroet, by Cfflcer Gray, at the instance of Sergeant
Crovisart, of the Lighth Infantry, who appeared at
the detective offl:c cf this city, and stated to lieu?
tenant Coates that ho had reason to believe that his
step-son. John Finer, twelve years old, whom he had
confided to the cai o of Alfred Hericourt, who took
him to Georgetown and transfemd him to Ihe care
of Hippolite C?pele, had been murdered. Crovisart
took out a warrant also for Beiicourt and C??
pele, but before it could be served, Hericourt
Ard to parts unknown. A few days ago Offi?
cer Nipson was sent to Georgetown, and arrested
C?pele and lodged him in the Georgetown jail,
where he awiils 'ho action of the Attorney
General. C?pele, when requested by the boy's
step-father to returu him, took him in a batteau os
tens:bly to bring him to the city, and it is supposed,
on tho way, murdered him, and buried him on thc
beach at South Island, after misleading a jury of in?
quest as to thc cansos of his death. The motive
that in duced the perpetration of this crime is be?
lieved to be founded in the apprehension of the
three white men concerned that the boy knew too
much of their illicit doings on the river.
REPORTERS' CRUMBS.-The curiosity of the
"Bulls and Bears" on Broad-street w BB gratified yes?
terday, by the Hanlons giving them a goo.l view of
their b'<)gant velocipedes.
1 he cells of tho Guardhouse hive been provided
with bunks and straw bods, at thc suggestion of
Dray license No. 48C was picked up in the street
yesterday, and will be delivered, at Ihe Guardhouse,
to tho owner.
Tho cry of "sea crabs" now rings through the
W. H. Berney, colored, has been appointed by
Governor Scott a notary public.
The most decided evidence of an improvemont in
public morals was shown yesterday; tb~re was only
one case before the Mayor, and '.bat was vagrancy.
Several youug min will go into training, under
tho Honlen's, to-day, on the velocipede.
Two of the Orphan House boys have absconded.
An attempt will bo made to-day, by the Pillsbury
ites, to clog tho wheels of the city government by
writs of injunction.
The South Carolina Loan and Trust Company will
commence bu-iucss to-day, at the Southwestern
Baili o id Bunk building, Broad-street.
Tho examination of tl o senior class of thc Charles?
ton College will take place to-day.
THE FRUITS AND VEGETABLE TRADE-NEW
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE SEASON.-It is well known
that last season there was considerable difficulty lu
sending our carly vegetables and Bummer fruits to
tho New York marke's in an uninjured state, lhls
somewhat discouraged tho fruit farmers, but wc felt
confident then that, in view of tho importance ol the
trade, arrangements would be mode, if lt were possi?
ble to make them, by which would bo avoided this ,
season ihe losses or 18GS. The Charlo.-ton and New
York steamships have paid great attention to the
whole rr at ter, and have determined to ranko u.-e of
..Butter's Patent Fruit Preserving Transportation
Box," which will be worth tens of thousands of dol?
lars lo our fruit and vegetable growers if it is what
the inventor claims.
The following account of the box is given in a
printed . ircular:
To devise ramo way to have such perishable
fruits and vegetables as are rrown in distant south?
ern States, mouths earlier than the Northern cli?
mate matures them, transported to our di-tant
Northern markets in good ? on ition. would surely
bo a greit featuio iu t-ucce.-sful marketing hitbcito
unaccomplished, and considered to be an achieve?
ment almost impossible. In this improvement that
object has beec fully accom. llsbed and our pur?
pose now is to pr?vido a cheap, simple and efficient
mode of sec tl in;: io n ark et, however distant, with?
out danger or loss, at all n-usous, any or all fruits,
vegetables and other po isbable articles-the pro?
ducts of the farm. To mis end wo construct a box,
erato, barrel, car, VCPBOI or compartment on ship?
board, &c., lor tho roceptlo i of the anieles to be
transported. This box may bc lined or unlined;
butifLnod.it may be done by boards, canvass or
metal, or other suitable material, leaving a space be?
tween the lining a d outer box. to be ??led wita any
well known non-conducting substance In this box
or VOSBCI. we place on the bottom or in any part
thereof, a liu, copper or other metallic cuse or box,
or its equivalent, and of any size or form suita?
ble for the reception of icc, and other substances in
combination therewith if required, in the proper
proportions to reduce the tcmperatmo eu the inte?
rior to a preserving point. By e closing ice and
other substances in combination in a metallic vessel,
and placing this inside the box. case, barre!, fcc in
which tb. articles transported aro to be stored, and
then closing up the whole iu the ordinary mauner,
as nearlv air-tight as m.y be, :he temperature will
be kept a sufficient time fur transportation to mirkct
below that point ut which articles decay and penah.
Thus it will be seen that this process of preserving
perishable \tildes In store and iu their transporta?
tion to market is bi mo ms ol a reduction ol the tem?
perature of thc almnsphcro in tho box or vessel In
which the fruits and v-getablos are transported, and
this atmosphere preserved by th? tight metallic box
from any hutmdltv which might otherwise arise
from the refrigerating material enclosed (for thc pur?
pose as above described) thereby securing a safe,
cheap and efficient mode f ir thc trau.-portution of all
perishable articles to distant markets.
Botes upon t bi - pian are being put upon the
Champion, James Aelgor, Manhattan and Cberlostou,
and will bc soon ready for u.-c. By this mean? it is
hoped (h it fruits and vegetables will bo delivered in
New York in as fresh a stalo as when they left tho
farms. On the line of railroad all proper facilities
will bo given, and there is reason to expect a largo
and lucrative business lor thc railroads and steam?
ships as woll as for tho produi crs.
BU SIXESS NOTICES.
MR. A. M. MORELAND wants certificates for
thc Bank of ihe State bills, siaucd by Ni G. Parker.
TUE SECURITY LIFF. INSURANCE AND ANNUITY
COMPANY, OF Nnw YORK.-Mr J"lui D. Alexander
has latc'y bien appointed agoni for this company in
i hirh'ston. Mr. W.H. Townsend being the general
agent for the State 'ihe company refers to the re?
ports of Ihe New York and Ma?sa linnetts wpcrti .
tendcuts of Tnsuranco es guarantees of its high
standing. Hs bu-icc.'s is conducted on thc mutual
and non-forf itirg plan, auil their ls no restriction
on travel or rcsidetce. 'Ihe company i? in a flour?
ishing condition, ttu-1 lusuranc? in it ? remises to ho
a good investment. Mr. Aleximlor's office t* st No.
HOME-MADE BREAD at Kinsman's Saloon.
March 2 ?. tuthsG
To TnE PLANTERS OF S"UTn CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA-Relic ving "WHANX'S" RAW BONE SC
rEnruosruATE or I IKE to bc ful Iv equal to the
best Fertilizers in maikct. and snporiO' to many,
and bein-: ilesirous of having it thoroughly tested,
wc have conclude ? to offer Hie following 1 Timmins:
1st. For the larges! yield ol Coton li om an acre ol
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 'Jd. For thc sec?
ond largest yield of Colton from au Lcrc of land, a
i-ilvor Pilcher worth ?5Q. 3?. For the larg- st yield
ot Corn Iroin au acre ot laud, u silva Goulet worth
The above premiums will be awarded where
"WUANNS"' BAW BONE SuPERrnosrnATE n one ls
used on thc acre produciug thc yield.
Those applying for the premiums will be required
to furn sh satisfacto y evidence of thc amount pro?
duced on thc arro, un i a statement of thc manner iu
which they applied thc manure'. A limited amount
only of this I hosphatc will oe tli-tribu'ed duriug the
soasen. Piiccs. delivered on the cars at chaiieston,
?G3 i er ton, rash; or ?.70 for approved eily accept
ancos, payable 1st Novmnor.
CLAGHORN, HERRING 4 CO.,
Accommodation Wharf. Charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusto, Ga.
February 23 Imo
DR. COHEN'S Daua STOBE.-Cohen's wei
known medical depot bas been removed to No. 300
King-street, where it hos boen improved, and now
makes a handsomer appearance than over. Afresh
and choico stock of European and American drags
fills the shelves, and prescriptions are prepared with
accuracy and dispatch by experienced pharmaceut?
THE PBOPBIETOBS OF "Whann's Raw Bone
Superphosphate of Lime cordially invite farmers,
dealers aad others interested in procuring a first
class manure, to call and examine their works, sec
process of manufacture, and inspect the materials
used. They have wo teerels, give full value, and
guarantee their Phosphate toc?me up to thc t tan
dard analysis. Claiborn. Herring & Co. are tho
agents for the sale of it in Aueusta and Charleston.
February 23 Imo
CliRTTFIOATES FOR BANK OF THE STATE
BILLS, signed by Niles G. Parker, State
Treasurer, wanted by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
March ll Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
Pm (tods, Ctr.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 King-street,
BEG- LEAVE TO DBAW THE ATTENTION OF THE
PUBL C TO THEIR VEKY EXTENSIVE AND
WELL ASSOBTED 8TOCK OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, SILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES
TOWELINGS, DIAPERS, LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS
SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASING, in
Bleached and Brown.
We invite;'esspecial attention to our largs Stock of
Dress Goods, Cloths and Embroi?
Which will be found very complete and reasonable.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 348 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN MARKET AND HASEL STREETS.
March 2 tuthslmo
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFOBM THE LiDIES AND OUR
Customers in general, ihat we have Just re?
ceived (in addit'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY UO jt Sj, a new supply suitable for the
Beautiful Stylos of aPuING DRESS GOODS, at
CLOAEa, OBY GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
Ht evy Balmoral Skirts at $1
Very choico article Black silk at ?2 26
Ladies' super Merino Vests only $1
G od quality Kid Gloves at SI
ICO dozen BOOP *KIRIS, 50 to 00c.
Nice Quality Spring Calicoes it 12>? cents
Uttenht-imer's celeoratod French CORSET, SI 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSIh.RY.from ny? up
Aline a-sort meut ot Ladies' aud I hiUJMB's Silk. Ber?
lin do h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs,
A good selection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
At tho lowest figures.
Wc would also notify our pal rons that have ar
raui'cd u separate department m our Store exclu
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, Ac
SS" ENTBANCE ON CALDO UN-STREET.
FLItClItSOTT & BROS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
December 14 Hmo
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS.
LORD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully Inform
S ? U T ll K li y lt V ? li it S
that their stock during; the coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
Iban ever b'loro ?md an inspection ol it beim- put
cfcasl"S cl-cwh. r. i- so luted.
tiaviq? their o ?n buyers in each of Hie principal
En opean marketa, th . will lie .b s lo u.:.iuuu.i th?
louses aoUshcd roputatio i ol iii . bouse lor k-rpin-,'
iirs ruble, s-al ab!? .:?>.> is ot w ich, altai, iiioir . ug
ezperieuce as sui ce.-ful nt der- is ample t*uar niter.
ilii) seve al ? ir m ?ts are. viz: .?lf,K -. Ol. ,-s
GO J>-, 01.11 ?UAWL-, 'Lo li-, UPHoLs
I'Hty, LIMN-, WHITE OnOi's*. lln-I.-. Y awl
GLOVES, LA Bl EV .uni Ctr ll J)UEN*-> UlT'M'
TING, in each ot' willen ? ill be lonnd goods -elect
cd eH.K cially to meei Ibo d' manda ol southern cus?
Sauipli-s of N'-w Goods sent iipo i application.
I OI.'D .V l'A Y Luit.
Nos 4?i,4m 40.1 ts 107 Broadsm.v, 1 .. ,".. ,
Nos, L'53, 207, 25:? k SOI Gran '.--ireef. J ->tw lont*
wHOLi SAM: WABEHOoats:
Nos. 401 to l'J7 U-OiiJwa?', Cju ra .cc on Grand.*!.
March 2 Imo*
OFFICE No. 3 75 KING,
January 27 3m<>
Q J. SCHLISPEUKKLL,
Nv. 37 LIKE-STREET,
BETWEEN E1NG AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME nnd Pl ASTEK
INO LATHS, PAINTS.OILS. GLAS>E>, SHINGLES;
also (?HOOVE AND iONGUE BUAItUS, &c., eon
stoutly on hand ut the lowest market prices.
Scptomber 12 mthslyr
~LIFE INS? RANCE.
THE SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE
Annuity Compaay of Kew Tort.
l?obert XJ. Case, President.
Theo. R. Wetmore, Vice President.
Isaacs H. Allen, Secretary.
Annual Income. 1,000,000
Kew Assurance in 1868.12.000,000
W. HCJTSOS TOW M S ICM), Aiken,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
For standing of this Company, see reports of Su?
perintendents of Insurance for States of New York
Its business is conducted upon the Mutml and
Non-iorrolting plan. No restriction in travel or resi?
dence. Usual forms of Policies Issued. Annual
Dividends to d^ito, Fifty Per Cent. A credit of frnm
forty to fifty i er cent, allowed on Premiums when
desired, and dividends applied to cancelling the
same. Terms I-bcral.
It is a hotter investment than a Savings Bank.
Information cheerfully given at Agency.
JOHN D. ALEXANDKK, Agent,
No. 16 BBOAD-STBEET, CHARLESTON", a C.
WALKER, EVANS & COG i WELL,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET.
March ll 2
MULE BOOIS FOR Pl OUGBING IN RICE
lau-'s manufactured on an improved Btyle,
and sold low by F. F. CHAPEAU,
No. CH Me' ting-street,
March 10 6 Next to Mills House.
Q UNIBUS U\E TO MAGNOLIA.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY
announce to the citizens ot Charleston that on and
kiter Ihursay, the llth Inst,, be w ll establish a
LINE OF OMNIBUSES, under I e superintendence
of Mr. H. GKTfcH, to run Hom tho corn?r of Meet?
ing and l.inc-sreets, to Magnolia Avenue and thc
Three Mile Bouse.
'ihe-e OMNIBUSES will leave each terminus
overy h>ilf-hour lrom 9 A. M to 12 M., ond every
quaitcr-bour from 2 to C P. M., and will run eve y
A stiiot adherence to Schedule guaranteed.
Arrangements can bo made for Pic-nic Parties
from same dale, at stage Office, corner Lino and
Meet ng-streels. S ROBERT GRAHAM.
THIS IS ONE OF THE M03T PROSPEROUS PA
PERS in the South, is published daily in Montgomery,
the Capital of Alabama; has an extensive circulation
throughout the State, and offers advantages and in*
dnccments to advertisers which lew other journals
A regular file of tho paper may bc soon at tho
PUBLIC READING BOOM,
JVo. 3 BROAD-STREET,
And contracts for advertising may be made with the
Agents in Charleston,
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL.
G. H. GIBSON & co.,
March 9 Proprietors, Montgomery, Ala.
LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSITl?iNS.
PRIZE MEDALS I
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. 3ST. T.
SIX CORD, SOtT FINISH
Thia favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is recommended for its
groat superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal A'liolesale and Kelail
J ?ry Goods and Notion Dealers.
M. L. FILLEY'S
Celebrated Coolem? Stoves,
|CrHiLAfmiKorisi"* AND "CIVILIAN,*
Manufactured at l'rov, N. Y" ami tor sale by
D, L. F JJ h L ? li T 0 N,
rnHE-t? STOVE* STAND UNRIVALLED FOR
JL capacity, dar bitit?, eimvcni??f?ceuud the neu.
?ral pu-p.i-0- to which t onkaid Stoves are usetl. Hie
PH ll AN i il HOPI? 1 is extra heuvj pl .ted, and has
K*h Drawer; eau ba mad? into a .-ix boiler bole
itove; ha* ca-t iroi Witcr Tonk galvanized, or
mainel lined. A strictly ti rat-class Stove. 'Ihe
tl VI i.IAN ?sola neat dcahrii, and has a flue large
3\eii. Un> suive iw be had ??th thc extension
>.i,-k. si\ hole.-, ?iud rc-' rvoir when desired *
For limber iulvraiation apply jo
D. L. FTLI-EltTON.
Januar}' 30 rtnios Augusta. Ga
II. T REMIOL H.
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MINER.'SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mos
Lot of Choice Roses, Verbena, Oleander
Dahlias and Gardenias.
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, at my offlc
No. 50 Broad-srn-et.
Terms cash._March ll
UN DIS li A DECK?E IN EQUITY.
James Tupper, Master in Equi!;/, vs. John I
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
On 1HDBSDAY. the lit day of April next, in fro
of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'cloek A. M, w
All that F ABM OR TRACT OP LAND, situated
Chiist church Patisb, County of ChirJesmn, a. (
about six miles from the Town of Mount PleaBar
on tlie sea-shore, said Tract contamina 3.10 acre
more or less; bounded to the ea-1 by lands of Hat
lin; southwest bylands of Daniel Whiteside?, ar
north and west on lands now or late of the cab tc
Terms-One-third cash, and the balam o on
credit ot'one and two years, in bonds bearing inte
est on the whole amount, payable semi-annual]
secured hy a mortgage of the plantation.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
March ll th4 Sheriff Charleston County.
UNDER ?KC KEE IN EQUITY.
Henry C. O uer in, Executor of Bellinger, v,
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will J)e so!d on 1 BURSDAY. the 18 h March, T8C
in 'root ol the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clocl
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings an
improvements thereon, situate on the west side <
Fronklin-stxeet, nearly opposite the Marine Hosp
tal. in the City of Charleston, S. C.. extendti
through to Smuh-street on the west, with the alli
known as ''Cromwell's Terrace," running throne
as much of said land as ia now divided Into lots i
built upon; measuring and containing on north at
south lines 666 feet, more or less, and on Franki!
street and Smith-street on tho west 73 feet 6 inche
more or less. Bounding north on lands of Bnrdt
and Philip Gunn ; south on lands of B. W. Seymon
east on Franklin.street, and west on Smith-street.
Terms-One-fourth cash, and the residue in on
two and three years, secu ed by bond and mortgaj
of the premises told; buildings to be Insured au
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for stamps ai
papers. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
CM)EU DECREE IN KQITTY.
David B. Venning vs. William Rollins.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 25 th day of Marc!
instant, at ll o'clock A. M., in Iront of the O
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north sic
of Henrietta-street, in the City of Charleston, S. C
I measuring and containing 40 leet in Iront, more i
less, by 115'n depth; butting and bounding som
on Henrietta-street, west sn lands of Eckh -rt, non
I on lands of-, and on the east on lands of Jon:
1 M. Venning.
Terms-One-third rash; balance payable io cr.
and two yours, with interest, payable semi-annual
from day of sale, secured <-y I'onds and mortgage
promises by purchaser. Purchaser to pay tor p?
pers and stamps. V. W. M. MACKEY. ti. C. C.
March i _*M
f?M^ miSt (Etc. ~~
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets
CIRCULAR SAW M ELLS, at
January I gmo
OILS! OILS I OILS !
1000 GALLON8 PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LAB!
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM Ol
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM Ol
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATED
300 GALLONS REFINED NEAT8FOO? GI
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) Oil
CA MK HUN, BARK LK V di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
BELTING MALTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and I
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACI
800 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BEL]
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BEL1
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOK8
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TC
? INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, ? INCH TO IJ INCH DI
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO lj
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS Ol
CAMKKOtV, BARKLEY dc CO.,
Northeast Corner Mcctiug and Cumberland streets
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IC 11x20 ROOFING TiN
300 BOXES LX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 11x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, T?NSMAVS SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ac, &c.
IX STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CA.UFKOY HA lt KLEY i* CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting uud Cumberland ?.'roots.
Juuuary 1 Gmo
STEAM GUACES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM EIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUACES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAJIKliON, BAKKLBY di CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
rVitOL GHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
S TEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, for steam anti.water.
CA9IBKOM, RARKLEY ?!t CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and c vmbcrland streets
January 1 x t;mo
* W 1I1TE LEAD,
ZINC, F>j?TJsrrr s,
COLORS* VARNI3UES, BRUSHES, ftc, 4c.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
t'AMKKOV, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and CuniOcriand streets.
January 1 Gmo
Latest Styles Ladies1 Straw Hats, Merit Strata
Hats, Ribbons and Dry Goods.
Bi JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, the 11th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
bell at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting*
A veiry'desirable invoice of STRAW GOODS, BIB.
BONS, Ax., rewired per Champion.
CONSISTING nt PAST OF:
LADIES* PEARL CORAL HATS, Pearl Vernon,
Pedal Shades, Pedal Pekin and Sensadon Hats. Cor?
ru pated Canton shades. Pedal Alliance. Lark A Illanco,
Inianta" Coberg Derby and Pearl Derby Hats, Men's
White Canton and Leghorn Hats. Men's and Boya"
Brown Hats. Assorted Hals and Caps.
25 cartoons Assorted Colored Bibbons, from No 2
Ladies' White Gauntlets, Swiss and Crosf-bar Mus
lln, Brilliants, Brown Linen Drills, Colored Cassi,
meres, biack Satinrts. Fancy Cottonadcs, with agen,
erol asscrtment of desirable Goods.
Conditions cash. March ll
Clothing and Umbrellas.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, ll h inst, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at
our salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
An invoice of Coltonade and satine* COATS and
PANTALOONS, and Ginsham Umbrellas.
Conditions cash. March ll
Furniture of a Family declining Housekeep?
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,
TO-MORROW, at half-past 10 o'clock, will bo sold at
No. 37 East Bay, opposite Commercial Wharf,- -
The above, consisting of Parlor, Dining-room and
Chamber FURNITURE, Cottage Sets, 8tov*H,*c;
March ll_? . :
Sale of Stores on Market-street, by Order of
BY LOWNDES & (i RIM BALL,
No. 3ft Broad-street. . sd
Will bo sold on TUESDAY. 16th March, at the Old
Postemce, Broad-street at ll o'clock A. M., '
AU that LOT OF LAN 0, with the Buildings there?
on, situate on the south side of Market-street, (be?
tween Meeting and Church) known aa Nos. 65, 57
Lot measures on Market-street 59 feet 6 inches; on
the east line 71 feet 3 inches; on the west 70 feet 3
inches; on the north Une 61 feet, be the same more
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, interest payable semi-annually, to be secured
bv a bond of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises sold. Buildings to be insured and policy
assianed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps,
March 6 stummtttfi I
Residences, Offices and Stores.
BY I. S* K. BENNETT, \
Heal Batate Agent.
At Private Sale
Tho spacious LOT, with elegant MANSION, No. 1
Lucas-street. On lot theie is a flower, vegetable and
The valuable LOT, with handsome RESIDENCE,
No. 35 fcmith-Btreet, between Bud and Montague
The high and dry LOT, with handsome RESI?
DENCE. No. - Meeting-street, Ward No. 3.
The valuable LOT, with comfortable RESIDENCE
on high basement, at northeaat corner of East Bar
and Inspection streets. ,
Tho large, and high and dry LOT, with a three
story WOODEN RE? IDE > CE, No. 95 Broad-street.
That valuable TENEMENT BUILDING, located on
south side of Broad-street, between Church and
Meeting streets, and known as Nos. ?9 and 5L These
buildings are used as stores and offices.
All that exceedingly valuable LOT OF LAND, with
fine substantial BRICK ?TOR Er? thereon, located at
tbe northeast corner of East Bay-street and Central
wbarl, adjoining the lot of the New Customhouse.
For further particulars apply as above, at
Ko. 10 BROAD-STREET.: j
March 6 _UpBtalra.
BY LOl IS D. DeSAUSS?RE.
A RESIDENCE in Summerville, about a mila
from Batlroad Depot, and about a quarter of a mlle
from the market, containing er rooms, piazza, Ac.
On tbe prr-miaee are a kitchen, carnage house anti
stable. Lot of one acre.
Apply as above, at No. 23 BBOAD-STREET.
March 9 tuth2
Residence in LamboU-street.
BY LOWNDES & GROBALL,
No. 2ft Broad-street.
At Private Sale
That large RESIDENCE, No. ll Lamboll-straet,
containing nine rooms and dressing rooms; water
works in tbs house. Lot measures 65 by 130 feet.
February 23 tutbS
fihdjimii)! (Eastings, (Sr,,
JOHN P. TA Y LOR & CO.,
CA BI KRON d( CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c,
Nos. i, 6 and 8 PRITCHARD-STREE?,
(NEAR THE DEY DOCS),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY,
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING-,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN EBON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOUTS
of aa good quality and power, aud at as lo w rates
can be bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphi
Ashcrofts Low*water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1_DAC_ 3mos
V ll?? ?I <t T O 350
horse power inc'uding tho
cii'pt rated Corliss Cut-off
"ngiiies, ?Mile V.dvo Sta
io i.ir<- Engines. Portable
Kngi cs kc. Also. Circu?
it- Mutav ;iud Gang saw
Mills, Su2ar Cine Mils,
. ha ting mlloys, kc. Lath
and f-hin? Mills. Wheat
.ml ('om Aldis, Circular
aws Benni:;, kc. Sond
lor descriptive Circular and
WOOD k MANN SIEAM KN GI NE CO.,
ronni! ry IS Orr os Utica New York.
M i' u H ?? lt s UK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ?co,,
And Dealers m
Vf!!. a?COBWIN k 00.
49~aoodB delivered to all parts of the City,