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AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at IO o'clock, at bis
salesroom Meeting-streer, irocierv, lurniture, etc.
R. H. MARSHALL & UROTHXR will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, at No 07 East Itav, household nirnuure.
A. C. MCGILLIVRAY will toll, at ll o'clock, at thc
old Posiofflce, a tract ol land and oui diuss.
MILES DRAKE uii? *<*l! at 10 o'clock, in his storr-,
cornor King and Li bel ty ttl ceta, boots, shoes and
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Manon Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Cha. le? ton Hoard ot Trade, at 8 P. M.
M. A. and P. A.. at halt past 7 P. M.
THE DAILY NEWS PBICE CURRENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAR will be ready for delivery at our
counting room at nine o'clock this morning. Single
copies five cent?. Orders for ten copies and ovor
?wiii oe filed at the rate of two and a hali cents per
copy. " _^_
THE VAUCLUSE MANUFACTURING COSIPAXY.
By fbc notice in another column it will bc seen Utit
the subEcriptiou books of this companv, recently
chartered by I he L?gislature, h*vo been opened this
day at the old Southwestern Railroad Bank.
THE SUMTES WATCHMAN.-This valued State
exchange comes to us restored lo its a le bellum di?
mensions. The name ol Mr. W. V. Paxton, former?
ly of this city, appears at tbe bead of its columns os
business manager, Messis. Gilbert and Darr bung
the proprietors. In tin- combination we read the
secret of the g reit success of thc Watchman.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-Governor Scott
has appointed the following magistrates: Dr. S. B.
Graham, for Barnwell County; John R. Go-sett,
James C. C. Parson and R. H. Alexander, Picken*
County; W. C. Black and Hugh R. Roberts, York
County; Aaren Logan, Charleston Couaty; Ja ni CB
0. Turnlpseed, Newberry County; Horny L. Pinck
ncy, Sumter County. J. Seth Mlxon has also been
appointed notary public for BarnweU County.
THE HA.TLONS convinced the audience last
night that there is something new under the sun
by changing their bill and enabling visitors to see
the talent of the troupe displace* to better advan?
tage. Tbe entertainment went off more smoothly,
and there was a rim in tho \ criorr_ance that Troke
in upon mere routine, much to the pleasure of these
present, who enjoyed the e venin j's melange. They
have tho resources for a diversified programme,
and shored not fail in producing one. Only two
' nights remain to see this corps of excellent per?
THE UNITED STATES COUBT, MARCH ll
HON. GEO. S. BRYAN, PRESIDENO.-Joseph Duckett
was approved ol as an as.-lgoee. The petition of
Jota W. Burbidge to sell lands to pay d. bts, ic c ,
was referred to Registrar Carpenter. Tho p. titi n
of Joseph W. Dantzler to establish lien and sell lands,
was referred to tbe same Registrar. Charlotio L.
Tillman, debtor, wa3 oroored to show cause on the
13th April why she should not be declared a bank?
rupt. The petition Of the Building end Loan Asso?
ciation to set up lien of mortgage, was reforred to
Registrar Carp-.nter. Thomas ERisor, John Colgan,
C. B. Counts, John W. Witt, R. Padgett, petitioned
for final discharge, and were referred to Registrar
Jaeger, and final hearing set down for the 15th of
THE STATE Count, HON. B. M. CASPENTEB,
PMS ID INO-THURSDAY, MASCH H.-Tho cou-t re?
sumed the hearing of the cases involving the val di ty
of negro bonds Messrs. T. M. Banckrl and L. W.
Spratt closed the argument, and the court reserved
the decision. 'The call of the country issue docket
was resumed, and several cases thereon disposed of.
The Judge then discharged the juries from further
attendance upon tbe court. D. T. Corbie, Esq.,
mad o a motion for writs of quo warranta and man
damut against the Acting Major and Aldermen of
the City of Charleston, and the writs were granted
and a rule issued to the defendants to show cause on
Friday, the 19 th, why the mandamus should not bo
made peremptory. Iho court announced that tho
remaining two days of tbe week would be devoted to
hearing oi motions and such causes in equity as par
' ties were ready to try, and that on Mor jay tho per?
emptory call of the equity docket would bo com?
CLUBS AND STAB S.-The following casoa
fft?e disposed of at the Mayor's Court yesterday:
Tm. Lynos, colored, disorderly in Queen-street.
Fined $10; in default of paying to be turned over to
Sarah Flood, colored, arrested by Officers Reed
and Nipsonfor the larceny of S40 in- currency from
the room of Mr. P. M -Nanry, at the Mansion Hou-e,
Broad-streot, on Monday night. Held lor further
Alfred Harrison, colored, arrested on suspicion of
being implicated in tte lurceuy of a number of over?
coats irom thc different parties that have incurred of
late. Held for lurther elimination.
Jim SmHh, colored, arrested for peddling fowls in
Friend-street contrary to city ordinance Fowls for?
feited and fined $3.
J am es. G n flin, a colored boy, was arrested yester?
day for stealing cologne from thc drug bou-c of Dr.
H. Baer, No. 131 Meeting-street, on thc night of thc
Celia Brown, colored, was also arrested for the
loreen/ of a silver spoon, from the resid .'nee of Mr.
D. Jacobs, Wentworth-slreot, on Saturday, the 6th
REPOBTEBS* CRUMB;;-Dr. P. Melvin Cohen's
Medical Depot has been moved to No. 306 instead
of No. 300 King-street.
There aro a number of tax executions in the
L-hoiifTs office, which, it not paid, the property will
bc advertisi d for sale on Monday next.
John Tegui, one of tho mea implicated iu the
George'.owu murder case, was released yesterday,
through his cou o-v', John C. Minott, Esq.
The Graham omnibus lice to Magnolia commenc?
ed running yesletday.
A strnmrr will leave ?tount Phasant ferryboat
wnart to-day. at ten oVock, for Fott S; inter, and
other points in .he harbor.
One of thc canil* of thc Ilanlons,; in trying to ride
the velocipede yesterday, barked his shins pain?
Tho exam'ration cf the senior chss of tho C h?rtes?
ten College r.fleeted credit on thiir talents and lite?
rary industry. . ?
There aro uo less than twenty-three rdroit thieves
loo?c in the community. Lock yout doon and ex?
amine your preniL-es beforo you retire.
R. H. Greneker, Esq.. ol' thc Ncwbc ry Herald, is
in the city.
There is at ll;e Paviltoo Hotel a beautiful daguer?
reotype of Marv. Quocuof Scuts, taken furn an origi?
nal paintm^ in the Du ish Museum.
Manager T< moleton will leave for the North to?
day, and after a l-mitcd absence will return with
.?ometling new iu thc sh w inc.
B. ?'. Whitula i, the great spectacular man, ou his
way North, will ;iut "ChideriuV'acd "Undine"on tho
boards of tho Hiberui n Hall, ou Mondoy and Tues?
day nights nea?).
Tho Uuion Lcacuc bad a moo'ing la t night and
spent somo time in venting their spleen on tho "Is
cariols" of the order. "Peter" and "John" wero
suspected, but cleared their skirts. The senlnes
deserve credit for the r/B#ceed*u2 vigilance. (!)
Gidoon Jeffries, aced eighty-lix. was fuuu') frcz?n
to death at Ro e's Mills, sixtoou miles from Columbia,
ou Sunday la-t. Ho bad been an iumate of tho
poor bou?e. but fiom tho ncglc t of the County
rjomuiissiouers to prov dj for the inmate*, was com?
pelled to beg fer a hvinz.
If Skiff 4 Gaylord's Minstrels aro half as funny as
their handbill they will draw full houses.
Thc Last L?CHlRf of thc Pillsbury Party
They again ltcsort to thc Courts.
Mr. Pillsbury an I hi-i Aldermen, so-called,
are a splendid comedy troupe. The inaguiCceut ef?
fect aud great success wi.li wliicli they recently
brought upon thc l> ards thc new and roaring farce
of "Al inda m us," an excellent burlesque on thc old
tragedy of that name, ia std! fresh in the minds ol
our readers '1 bc great publie will therefore ba de
lightcd to know tba: thu accon pllshcd manager?,
Messrs. Corbin & Cham borlaba, have ibis popular
phy again iu reh arsa'. Owing to a recent act of
the Legislature, comaaonly known as thc "Ctnrlcs
ton Election Bill," sonio variations have been iutrc
duced, which arc decided improvements. For in?
staure, the following, whi'h is tak-n Irom a ?ongiby
ballad called thc writ, which they all sing in chorus,
?liing upon Mr. Clark aud bi? Aldermen to vacate
tho high places of tho eily, or else to appear bcloro
the jud?os, on thc JOili insta-it, and show cause why
they remain ;
1 hat by rcasou of llie said refusal of the ?aid Ac?
ting Maj or and Allianora of thc City ot Charleston
lo turu over to said petitioners ali ih- property,
Imo.-- an.l papers nfoiv.-aid. and tc vacate atid sur?
render io said petition, rs their several und nsper
tive offices, the power and authority of said petition?
ers is brought into contempt, thc finances of ibo
City of Charleston deranged, the peace, safety and
good orderol the eily endangered, and said petition?
era, in great measure, deprived ot the dignity, char?
acter and cmo'uments of th' ir resi eclivc offices.
That said pelitioneis arc entirely without rcnir dy
I'S the premises, unie:* it te afforded by the inter?
position ot this honorable court by their writ of
Isu't it laughable ? But if it is funny to read, how
much fuunier to see it acted. Imagine the troupe
balf black and half white, with their great lerder, al:
chanting melodiously, "the dignity, c'iarac'er and
T^roLTraiENTS of the'r respective offices." And then,
too, "entiroly without remedy ia the promises, un?
less lt bo afforded by the interposition of this honor?
able COOBT." Ab, that is rich I Why where is the
7ow(?r of the House of Hep res ea'ali ve s ? Where tb o
most potent, grave and reverend seniors of the
Senate ? Where the mighty Governor ? Alas, and
bas it come to this, that law bas been re-established
in the rebel State of bouth Carolina ! Can the courts
once moro afford protection to whites as nil as
Well .truly it ie a most marvellous funny comer, y.aad
we predict for the company great fame, ii not much
money. '-Mandamus" ls bound to be a great success,
first in Courthouse Hall, next in the rather con?
tracted Moses 'I bea.re in Columbia, and last of all
in the more commodious exhibition hall of the Su?
preme Court in Washington, where the troupe ex'
peet to lake their final tarewcllof the publie.
COTTON, AC., FOB LIVERPOOL.-The bark
Lizzie. H., Capt .ia Spring, was cleare I at I ho Cus?
tomhouse yesterday for Liverpool, by Messrs. Street
Brother^ & Co., having on loaid eighty-six bags sea
Uland cotton, two thousand eight hundred and fifty
three bales upland cotton, and two hundred and two
barrels ros'n. valu?d at $312,212. Messrs. Willis k
Chisolm cleared the Dam'sh bark Kamma Funder,
for the same place, with fix y bags of Bra island,
three hundred and seventy-three bales upland cot?
ton, one thoo Band and forty-five barrels rosin, four
hundred and eighty-two sacks and five tiorces cotton
seed, and twenty-two tons South Carolina phos
> pb ates.
PROFESSORS CHISOLM ARD M ILE?.-Wo aio
pleased to learn that Professors Cbisoftn and Miles,
who moved f. om this city to Maryland about a j car
ago, aro finding in their new home au abundant suc?
cess and a full recognition of their high character
and professional skill. Pro'cssir Chisolm, who was
first appointed a professor in the Maryland Univer?
sity, is now appoi.it.d iPoan of the Faculty of that
Institution. Dr. Miles has, wc learn, been appointed
Professor of Physiology in the same university.
Both of tho gentlemen whom we have named are
CharlestonUns, and Ibo kn wlcdge of the ho. orable
position which they havo so quickly attained in
Maryland will bo receivod ?I h deep gratification.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-MABCH H.-Pavilion Ho?
tel.-G A All, Buford's Bridge; J W Cooglce, R H
Mounce, Greenwood, S C; William K BUke, Spar
tanburg; D R EBun, <? It Rabb, Alston, S C; John M.
Harris, Fair Play, S C; J H line. Lexington, S C; J 6
Smith, Alpin?, '?a; H J^arjen', White Fawn Troupe;
A Haight and wife, New York ; J J A?tk.y, Orange
Charleston Hotel.-S Grant, Jr, J H Seuver, PhU
adelphia; J C Gillett, Augusta; M Butterfield and
son, Paris; F Bro wn, England; J S Fairly, city; Mr
and Mrs W D Southaid, New York; D D Bryant and
wife, Canada; J D Crane and wi e. New York; Vm
Dickenson and wife, Massachusetts; J W Taylor,
Baltimore; J M McCall, Darlington; C C Coo, Bos?
ton; J D Ellis, Philadelphia; C W Bundall and wife,
Rhode Island; W C Mew,-rt, Mi-s S A Chaney, Ala?
bama; Wm Fulton, J P Amming, New York; J A
Bradley, Boston; C H Campocl', Jamie Laughlin,
Jr, Pennsylvania; E McNeil and vue, W Deming
and wife. Connecticut; R M Smith, Florida; W M
Hcvard, Delaware; John W Pfck, Br R G Binley, H
T Boftmer, New York; J M Sparkman, W H Spark?
man. Floiida; Jos Day and wife, Boston; J W Quin?
tard, E S Bntlor, New York; Geo Sytumers, Colum?
bia; W C Norris, ilorida.
B USIN.?.SS NOTICES.
BENEFIT REALIZED-LIFE INSURANCE.-Tho
late Dr. Dunc an W. Ray, a distinguished cit zm of
South Caro ma, resident of Richland District, was
insured in tho New York Life Insurance Company
(Thomis Frost, agent), for the sum or $10,000, and
the amount has been piid promptly to his <vidow.
The policy-hoi J crs. at the same time that they
will learn with warm gratification of tho opportune
a'd thus afforded to the 'amity of one of their mutual
associates by his commencable forethought, may
also congratulate themselves that of the large amount
of risks taken at this agency, this is the only one that
has become a claim during tbe past year, and that
their dividends, therefore, will be proportionately
A HANDSOME CARD.-Thc business, card is?
sued by Metsrs. Walker, Evans k Cogswell yester?
day, ls printed in the highest style of the art In
twooolors, with handsome type and noatly arrang?
ed, lt makes one of tho most attractive cards that
has ever appeared in Charleston,
EL?GANT LUNCH.-At tho Palmetto Shadoa,
No. 123 East Bay. will bs Berved to-day by ibe pro?
prietor, Mr. H. H. Fibre .bach, an elegant luuch,
consisting of oyster stew, roast pork aud boiled mat
ton, with capers sauce.
To THE PLANTERS OF SOUTFI CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA-Relitving "WHANS'S" RAW BONE SU
PEHPHOSPUATK OF I IMF. to bc fully equal to tho
best Fertilizers in market, and supor-o- to many,
and being desirous of having it thoroughly te-tcd,
wo have conclude! lo ofiVr tho following l'rimiums:
1st. For tho largest yield of Co ton tiona an acre ot
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For ?he sec?
ond largest yield of Ci tion from au nero cl laud, a
jjilver Pitcher worth ?59. 3?. For thc larg* st yield
o: Corn tri'm an acre of l.an-J, a irilvot Goulet worth
Tho above premiums will bo awarded where
"WHAMS*"'' RAW BOSE SurEBraosPHATE alcno is
usoi on the ai re producing thc >k-ld.
3hose applying io.- the premiums will bc required
to furn'sb sathtaeto y evidi ncc ol thc umouut p-o
duced on tho acre, an i a statement of thc manner :u
v?hu-h thiy applied the manure. A limited amount
only of this I hospbate will bc distribu ed during thc
season. Pri?es, delivered ou thc car* at Cha;lesion,
?C5 r-er ton, rash; or ST0 for cpprcvi d n!y accept
anees, payable 1st Novenu er.
CLAGHORN, HERRING k CO..
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Vi'arreu Block, Augusta. Ga.
February 23 Imo
THE PROPRIETORS OF "Whnnn'a R?.w Bone
Supe-phosphate ol Lime cordially invito farmrre,
dealers aad others interesteu iti procuring a first
class manure, to call and examine their works, see
process of manuiactuie, and insp ct the ni 'tcrials
used. They have jio tecrets, givo full valuo. sod
guarantee tbcit Phosphate toc?me up to tte itan
dnrd ai.a'ysis. Claiborn, Herring i Co. are the
agents for thc sale of it in Augusta and Charleston.
Februarv 23 Imo
JOHN C. M 1 lt O T T ,
ATTORNEY AT "LAW,
No. 1 COURTHOUSE SQUARE.
February 15 mwf Imo
T . C li U V D II II v K I,
THIS SEW AND COMUOI IO US HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-* econd-aTeet,
possesses advantages over all other boase* for Iho ac?
commodation ot its eucsts. It waa built exprcss'y
for a firtt-cliss family b< aiding bouse-the rooms
being large and on sui'c. healed I y steam-wtib hot
and cold w ter. and fun ished second to noao; while
thc culinary department is in the most cxper.ii need
bauds, alf relit g garttfl an uncoupled table.
Une of Atwood's Patt nt I levai ors is also among
the "modern improvements." and at thc service ol
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Car; pass tho
door every four ii iuutes. running from tho City
Hall to Contrai Pa k, while the sixth an l ! eventh
Avenue lines arc but a short block on either eulo,
a Hording ample facilities for communicatiog with al
thc depots, steamboat landings, i;laces of ?ftnusc
nicnt and business of the great metropolis.
MURU & HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Tl'arch 12 Cmos
APPLY IO J. A. ENSLOW fi CO..
March 12 1 No. Ill East llay.?S
ON SHIPMENTS OF
P H OSPHATES
FIRST-CLA^S PHOSPHATE LANDS WANTED.
WILLIS & ctnsuL.ni.
Maret 5 i tu Imo
gats ault Caps.
A STRING STUB HITS ?
THE ALPINE. CABINET, VELOCIPEDE, HUN
GAUIAN, of Drab and Black Felt. Prices, 75 cents,
$1 50, $2, $3, and Extra Fine $:< 60; M?u's and Boys
Alpines, $1 50; Superfino Faehionablo Silk Beavers,
S5. STEELE'S "HAT HALL,
No. 313 Kmg-street,
March? f3 Sign of Ile "Big HaL"
$i)irts ano /arnts^tng ?ooo's.
Proprietor of thc Gontlemeu's Furnishing Goods
Emporium, Meotiog-stroet, near Market, desirous
of bringing the famous
Shirts into general use, and bolicving that it is only
necessary for gentlemen to wear these
once to be well plcasod with them, will hereafter of?
fer them to bis customers
the public generally at cost pricc3. His stock ol,
Nock lies. Scarfs and
will also be sold at such prices as to defy competi?
tion, and if satisfaction ls not
be will return th? money. - His charges aro so rea?
sonable, as almost to make huyera believe thc articles
He is prepared to maka Shirts lo order with the
utmost dispatch; and bis assortment of ready-made
Shirts ia so full 'bat buyers can bc fitted at a mo?
ment's notice. For proof of those statements call at
Star Shirt and Furnishing Goods Emporium,
Meeting-street, nearly opposite Market Hall.
January 1 6mos !
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEO IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, that we have just re?
ceived (io addition to our usual stock of DOM Esl IC
and FANCY GO ul 8), a new supply suitable for the
Beautiful Styles of sPi.ING DRESS GOODS, at
CLOAK. >, DU Y GOOD 5, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
StBvJ Balmoral Skirts at$l
Very choice article Black Silk at $2 23
Ladies' super Merino Vests only SI
CL od quality Kid Gloves at $1
150 dozen HOOP sKlll IS, 60 to 60c.
Nice Quality Spring Cullcoes at 12,'i cents
Ottenh?imcr'? celebrated French COll.SET, fl 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSlLB?.from up
Afino a-son ment of Lathes' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin Cloih and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection cl
DLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
? At tho lowest ?fruros.
Wc would also notify our patrons that w>- have ar?
ranged a separate department m our store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
?3- ENTBANCE ON CALDOOS-STREET.
FLKCIIUIITT ?V UUOS.,
No. 437 EING-nIBEET.
December li timo
FASHIONABLE D.tf GOODS.
LOKI) & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ABRANGtMLN l d 10 LX'iEND
would respectfully inform
sot T ll K UN II U Y & lt s
that their stock during tho coming SUJSOU will be
LARG13R AND MORE COMPLETE
tlian *ver b lore, ana an iuspcctiou of it belora pur
cbaaiui; oh> cw ber? i< so outed.
Uaviug their o*u buyers in each of thc principal
r.w opean marketa, th .> will bo able to mui?ui i tho
longes a-.lished ropuU'io i Ol ih" hoaso tor Keeping
desirublf, sal able goo..a. ot w ich, ab.u. Ihe.r ug
experience as ?aivawfui let llers isuuiple guarantee.
ihe sevc al 'e. ar m nts arc, viz: .-ILK-. DU -S
GO-D', OLOia* -U.?.WL>, i LO K-, Ll'iiuLS
TiBY, LINLN>, WUIIE GOODS, HosI,-. Y and
GLOVER LADIES' and CtolLDSEN'- Ut'I-i,
TING, in each of which will he louud goods recoct?
ed eapeCUUly to meet the di mauds ol aoutheru cus?
Samples of Ni-w Goods sent upon application.
l*IiD fi TAYLOR.
Nos. 461, 463 403 & 467 Broadwav. ) .. " ,
Nos. 255, 257, 250 fi 261 Grand-street, J New York.
WHOLI SALE WAUEKOUIIS.:
Nos. 461 to 4u7 Broadway, cu rauco on Grattil-st.
March 2 Imo*
II. T HEMIULU,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll _ 3 mo s
THE "CAROLINA PR KIT UZ KR .? IS Pl A D K KU OAK IHR PHOSPHATES OP
South Curolioti.'and is pronounced by various chemists one ol Ibo nest Manures known, only infcr'or
to Peruvian Guano in it- FERTILIZING PUOPERTIE*. These PH"SPJJATE.i arc thc remains of extinct
lani! and sea animals, and posses- qu ilitie= of the croatest value lo thc agriculturist.
We annex thc analysis of Professor SHEPARD :
'lAUOllATOni OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF FOCTH CAROLINA.
Analvsis of a simple of CAROLINA FLR'IILIZER. per-ouallv selected:
MoUture expelled :.t 212 deg. f.16.70
Organic Matter, with some water rf combination expelled at a low red beat.16.RU
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble.G.Bli.?.'.'qu i valent to 11.27 Solublo I hom bute ol Lime.
Insoluble.6.17.Equivalent to 13.43 Insoluble (boae>.
13.13 24.75 Phosphate ot Lune.
Sulphuric Acid.11.01.Equivalent to 23.63 sulphate of Lime.
Sulphate or Potasb. 80
Sulphate of soda. 3.50
On the strength ol these results, I am glad to certify to ?ho superiority of the CAROLINA FERi:
LIZElt, examined. C. U. bil EPA RD, J.V
XS* We will furnish this excellent FERTILIZER to Planters and otbors at $CC per ton of 2000 16?.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Fev ruary 26
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET.
WILL DOT ANO SELL ON COMMISSION, REAL
ESTATE, Bonds. Stocks, ic. Also, attend to Rent?
ing abd Collecting Rents.
.Marcii 8 inf Imo
A C. K A U F JU A H ,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 25 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION. REAL
ESTATE, Bonds, Stock*, 4c. Also attend to Booting
and Collecting Rents.
Marchi nie mw! Imo
jg U W A lt D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ko. 82 Warrell street,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIvEV TO THE PUB- !
CHASE of all kinds ol M I*. Ki H ANIM SE. Hoots,
Shoes. Hats, Ca s and Trunks n I Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles and
general Produro solicited.
Prompt returns guaran toed.
Late of Charleston, S. C.
Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
January id Die 6mos
OFFICE No. 275 KING,
January 27 Smo
JJOLMKS * MACBETH,
AlOi 3G Brou il- street,
C liar!e>tou, X C..
BBOE.EBS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Editing and Collecting of Pouts
and purchase and sao ol' Moco.;, HJUJJ, Gold,
Silrcr and Beal Ls:.: r.
To the Purchaso ol Goods ar.d Supplies for par'ics
in tho country upon rea?<>u .bio icrms.
GEOHUE U HOLMES.ALKXA.ND.KB MACBE?U.
^ ILMS Hi CIIISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS:
SHH '1 'INO A ( ?' EXTS,
WILT, ATTI ND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALK AM
SHIPMENT ito Foreign *nd Domestic Portal oi
COTTON. RICE, LUM BE? AN":> NAVAL STU K Er
ATLAMIC WHARF, Cb.::le:ion, -. c.
H. wi:.! :<.K. I uu?ui M
October 43 *?
Q.EORGU S. HACK KU'S
HIE Ol PLANING MILL,
DOOR, SASH. ELISU AND DOA'FACTORY, '
RING, Ol'tO-'ITE C.O:>0N srtRKfcT.
M tMM'ArTI r.F> A'i' Kf:?P-< c?.:>TA>U.Y
ON RAND. 1 l l S>1 I) I UMBI R of eve y ?li:.-.,-,...
(i'm. DO-TS, 'a<i es. I liad-, r-li ul.ln : s md I rim.
mi I-F. All w'l-k grarn'cvd ?ml ?. Northern
pnces I'.rx s for ps .-liing Honors nianuf.ic nn-d
and constant? on l.uuJ a ms IWrluRY A.'.D
WAHI ROOM". Bing, op ? sin- >a non strc-t, un
Line Cil y Railway. in? limo via Mar, h 1
BOOMS AT Iiis KKSIPE.NCK. NORTHWEST COI
NEB OF MEETING ASD SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 liuwfituos
.11 P O K TE i: S ?> F
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, &c,
And Dealer* in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.
?y Goods delivered to all parts of the City.
October 21 . siva
JAMES A. UUFFCS,
No. 9 ST ATE-ST ItEET,
OFFRES HU SERVICES TO TBE POBMC AS
a GENERAL AGENT for the COLLEI HOV OF
RINT>. ACCOUNTS, BUYING AND SELLING OF
RE iL AND PERSONAL PROPER IY, an i anvotber
Commission Hu ?ness that may bo entrust d to bis
care. Hu will bo prompt In the discharge of duties,
an I will endeavor to the bo>t of his ability to give
satisiac ion. March 12
Q UMBI S LlftU TO MAGNOLIA.
THE S-Ul^CRIP-ER WOULD RESPECTFULLY
announ o to the citizens ol Charleston that, on and
i-ftcr I burs ay, tho 11th inst., bc w ll establish a
LINE OF OMNIBUSES, under t o supon nie-douoo
ol Mr U. GATH8, to runfiom tho corn r of Mcet
in i and Mne-rrcota, to Magnolii Aveuueaud the
Three Mile HOUBC.
'Jhe.-e OMNIBUSES mill icavo each lerminne
every h df-honr lrom 0 A. M to 12 M.. and every
quarter-hour hom 2 to C P. M., and will run cvo;y
A nt? ict adherence to Schedule guaranteed.
Arrangeaenis can be mido for Pic-nic Parties
from sumo dute, at -tage Of?ee. corner Lino and
Meet ng-strrcls. 5 KUBblt! GKAHAM
WAIKER, EVANS & COG WELL,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET.
March ll 2
MULE Bi UTS!
MULE BOOI3 T-OR Pl OUGDINO IN BICE
lau B manufactured on an improved style,
and sold low by F. F CHAPEAU,
No. Gt! Me line-street,
March 10 0 Next to Milla Bouse.
AO PARIS EXP0S1TIUIXS.
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
cf. IST. T.
.SIX C0K1), fiUFT FINISH
t This favorite Thread ho?r,S' Six Cord lo No.
80, purely Soft Finish, id rocomaicridcd for its
j great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew
. FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Kel nil
Pry (?ooils and lotion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
V lt ??ill <1 Ttl 350
horse power inc udlng the
fur-lei Corliss t ut-oll
I i glacs, -li '?. Valve sta
lio... r- Krgincs. lorrable
El gi i s .v.:. '?SO e >r. li?
ar .Mi: av and Catig --aw
Mills, t n :ar Cine Mil?,
.hali*:; lnnoy*.&?. Lah
:tlul .-hing i: .Villis Wheal
Mtil r.?.ii Mills, Licuar
.r.wa Bc! tn:-, .vc. .-end
lo:- il. sciiplivc Lireular ?md
i i i -e Liai.
Wool & MAN.. SLfclM rNGINE < 0..
1'cbru ry ls C::ios Uti a Nev York.
STEM; iL MANCFACT0R1
E. H. KODG-ERS
?ANUFACiuitr'ii :.:::> wnot t SALE DEALER IN
STENCIL S?03K AN J clES,
STI??L L ETT IC IC S AND STAMPS
CHUCKS AND 'I AGS
CK/LSS AMI O ie K 31A ?V SI LY Kit KEY
KIN tr?, CHA 1 XS, &c.
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S Pl't ttM II IBID STAMPS
S lt, AL PltESSKft
HU ANDING IRUftS, ?c.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STKERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
gg- Call and examine specimens.
January IS Smoa
iPntns, (?iKmir?Is, (Etc.
ID JPu TJ&S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
LATE E. H. KCLLEKS & CO.,)
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND. AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWE; C MARKET HATES :
HUFELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
JAYNE'3 ALTERATIVE, EPECTORANT,
DEAD SHOT, Ac.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
LYON'S KAT H A IRON
CHALFAN T'S COCOA CREAM, &c.
NO CURE!^ NO PAY!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR.
H. BAER,. Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
DRUGS ?1 lili
THE UNDEBSIONED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both eily and country purchasers to his large
stock of DhUOS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FANr i GOODS, ic, kc, all of which he of?
fers at the lowest market rates.
H. B A ? R,
No. 131 MEETTNGtSTREET, NEAR MAR?
COHEN'S MEDICAL DEPOT
No. 30C KING-STREET,
(Between Wentworth and Society Streets).
ls now opened with a
FRESH AND CHOICE STOCK Ol
European and American
j?- PRESCRIPTIONS PREPARED AS HERETO
FORE, with accuracy and dispatch, by experiences
Pharmaceutists. 1 March ia
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
J gb for Diseases of the Tin om
BB MB* ? and Langs, such as Coughs
I ly Colds, il hooping Cough
JHL Bronchitis, Asthma mid
M ~ Consumption.
PROBABLY NEV EB BEFO BE IN TBE WHOLI
history Of medicine has anything won so widely one
so deeply upon the confidence of mankind ai
this excellent remedy lor pulmonny complaints
Through a long series of years, and among mosto
tbo racen of men, it has ris?n higher aud hu ber ii
their estimation, os li baa Decomc better known. Itt
uniform character and i ower to cure the various af
factions of the lungs and throat, have made it knowi
as a reliable protector ugamst them, ?mle adap'ec
to milder forms of dise .se und to young children, 1
is ut the 8'inie time tho most effectual remedy tba
caa bc given for incipient consumption, and the dan
genni i acectiriiB of the throat und lungs. Aa a pro
Ttoon against audJeu attucks of i rc.up, it should bc
kepi on band in every family, and indeed, as all an
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all shotib
bc provided witb this antidote for them.
Although 6cttlo i CONSUMPTION 'S, '.bouaht incur?
ble, still great numbers of coses where the discasi
?e?niC? huv? baar. C6hip:c!e!:- 6urcd, ant
thc patient restored to sound health by the CHEHBI
PECTORAL, SO complete is its mastery over the dis
or.it rs of tho LUUL'8 and Throat, that the most ob
stinate of them yield to it. Wu n nothing else conk
renell t?rm, under the CH HUI Y PECTORAL they sib
side and disappear.
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great protcc
tion ft om it.
AaTBXA is always relieved ai.d often whoUy curcc
?I?QNCIIITJS is geiterally cured by takii g the CUEII
itv PEcroilAt lb suiull and frequent doses.
So goi orallv ?rc its virtues knowr that wc need
uot puhl.sh Ihn certificate* nfilictn herc, or do more
than ussi.ro tho public that Us qualities ato full}
dyer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Are !-o compos U thal disease within tho ran'te ol
tin tr action can ratoty with-tauo or evade them.
I heir penet atii'tr properties search, and clo usc,
and invigorate evey portion ol the human oruati
ii m. corn Cthlg ils diseased action, and restring its
healthy vitalities. As u eousequ nco oi ihe-e pro
pc lies, ihc invalid who is bowed dowi; willi pain or
phy.-ic ldibiiily IB astonished to Hud his heal.h or
energy restored by u remedy at OLCO SO simple ?iud
Not only do thev eure Ihn every- lay complaints
i;i i-Teryhutiy, but ul.-o many loiniiilabio aud danger?
ous dl.-cu.-e.-. 'I he agent below named ia leased to
liir.ii-h gratis my Amer eau A tn Lac, couaiuiug
ci rtlficatea ol their cures aud directions foi their
use in ibo follown g comp aiuts : Costiveness,
ileartuiirn, Headache aik-nig Hom disorder ol
itoiu.ib, Nau-ca. Imilgeatlon, Pain in and Morbid
Inacti.it of ibo Rowe?, Flatulence, Loas of Appe
ttte. Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, uris
iugfroin a IbWt-ratc ot the bcd^ or ubs ruc.ion of
its lune ions. 'J hey are un excellent altcritivc tor
I bc renoval ion of thc blood aud thc res.oration ot
.tr ne und strength to ihe h y ?lein debilitated by dis
Or. J. C. AYER & CO.,
Sold at wholesale, hy - TJOWIE .t MOISE,
t harlcstou, tt. C., and hy Itetah Druggists every?
where. fm?3nios nae Do -c"ber 2?
EOS AD ALIS
Purities the Blood.
For ts ii ie by Druggists li-veryvvner
.lulv-'i1 DAO t>.
No. 275 KIAG-STREKT.
GOLD AND TIN FOIL, AMALGAMS, MINERAL
TEETH, Steel Goodland every article used by the
Dentist too January 27
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
John Carden et al, tr. Joel R. Sloan, et al.
BY A, C. MCGILLIVRAY, ,
TITIS DAY, the 12th day of March A. D. 1869, at
ll o'clock,"A. M., will bc cold la frost of tho Old
Customhouse, in Charleston,
All that LOT OF LAND, with thc Buildingsand
improvements thereon, sit?alo on the south aide of
Ann-ttreot near Elizabeth-street, measuring and
containing ix front on Ann-street 36 t' et, and in
dep'h on east and west lines 200 feet Butting and
bounding north on Ann-street east on lands of
EJamyer, eouth on land ol Gibbes, and west on lands
of (J. M. Caruten.
Terms-Half cash ; balance on a credit of one
year, secured by bond bearing interest, at seven per
cent, per annum, from dat?-, and a mort age of the
prermses. E. W. M. MACKEY,
March 12 1 m3 fl sheriff C O.
Furniture of a Family declining Housekeep?
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,
Tins DAY, at half-pant 10 o'c'ock, will be sold at
No. 37 East Bay, opposite Commercial Wharf,
The above, consisting of Parlor, Dining-room and
Chamber FURNITURE, Cottage fiets, Stoves, 4c.
Sale of Crockery, Household Furniture, Co?
logne, Perfumery, ??c.
No. 130 Meeting-street, : 1
Will sell THIS DAY. Friday, 12th instant, at 10
BUB FADS, Bead s tead F, Mattresses, Tables, Bed?
spreads, Crockery. Boxes Cologne, Perfumery, Win.
dow Shades, Notions, ac.
Lot GOLD BINGS, BROOCHES, WATCHES, 4c,
belonging to an estate.
'ferma cash. March 13 .
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Bi MILKS DRAKE.
TBIS MOBNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sall at my
Store, corner of Erne and Liberty-streets,
60 CASES BOOTS AND anons, t
CONHIBTISO Ol" --
Cases Men's Calf Congress and Ox ord TLBS, Calf
and Kip Brogans, Balmorals and Malakoff^, Carpet
Women's Goat and Buff Bootees. 3 to 7 and 5 to 9.
Ladies' Serge Congress, and Misses' and Chil
d ren's Shoes, in cartoons. L
30 cases (180 dozen. Men's and Boy's Blick, Brown,
and Pearl Alpine, Young America and Kentucky
Hats. March 12
Steamer Rockland, at Auction. . t
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
A u cl lon cen?. ;
Will be sold at Auction, on WEDNESDAY, 17th inst.;
In front of tbe Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
The STEAMER ROCKLAND, as she now lies ont
the bank near Hog Island Channel. The Eogine has
been recently put in complete order; ia a Beam
Engine 28 Inch Cylinder, 6 Inch Stroke. The Hull
ia sheathed with yellow metal. : ? j
Terms-One-half cash; balance in note at thirty
days, with bank interest, and approved endorser. )
March 13 ftnwS i
Valuable Plantation at Auction. .
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES? r
By virtue of an order of sale to mn "ire o ted by tho f
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the ?. 8. District
Court for the District ot South Carolina, I wilT
off.'r for sale at public auction, at the Old Post-,
rfflce, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, 8.Cont
WEDNESDAY, M ireh 24ih, 1869, at ll o'clock,
A. H.. ' " li
AU that valuable PLANTATION OB TBAOT Ok?
LAND, in ft. Luko's Parish, in the County or Beau- '
fort and State of South Carolina, commonly knownr
as ' Bellefalr," and containing eight hundred and:
tixty-four acres, mora or less. J
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers andr.
stamps. LODI- MoLAIN,
Assigne of E. H. Barnwell, Bankrupt .'
March 4 tbs2mwf3
ASSIGNEE'S S ALE AT WALTEHBOKO',
SOUTH CAUOLINA. ;
By virtue of on order to me directed by the Hon.
George S. Bryan, Judge of United states District
Court for South Caiotloa, will bo sold at publia
outcry at Wait?rboro', 8. C., on sales-day nest,'
being MONDAY, the 6th day of April. 1869. -
All that BODY OR TB ACT OF LA>D, situated hz
St. n?rtb.o lome w's Pari-h, Toll -ton County, 8. O.,
on the south aide of Edi ito Biver, and on the he*4
waters ot Island Creek and Bed Bink Greek. Butane
and bounding to the north on lands sow or Ute of
John E. Meister 4 Co., Peter W. Beaus and Eldred
Spell ; to the south on lands of J. M. Bayaor, James
J. Jennings and John If. Meister k Co ; east on lauds
of tho "Saw Mill Company," now or late ot John >.
Meister 4 Co., and weston Iranda of Lewis E. Linder,
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in one year, secur?
ed'.by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of tte
premises. Purchaser to pay assigne* for necessary
papers and stamps. J B BISSELL,
March 12 fm8 Assignee of Hataon Lee.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
No 31 Broad-street, south ?Ido, near
At Private fajo
FIRS C CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA
Yaluablo Bice Plantations
V'aiuallle Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive aid* 7il2!Vble Jianqfiotories, Mill Site?
and Delightful mummer Residences in varioor
parta of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all sizes, prto
and desert puons in every part of the city.
January 25 mwiaco ^
Desirable Dwelling in Western Part of Citjf
Belonging to Estate of L. A. Shecut. '\
JJ Y WILBUR & SON.
At Private Salo
.That two and a half story RESIDENCE, situate ott
tho west side of Pitt-street, third door southwest
from Calboun-street, 'and known by the No. 27.
House conta'na six (6) upright rooina well finished
pantries, dressing rooms, gas throughout, cistern,
well ol water, kitchen and outbuildings. Lot mea?
sures in iront rn I'itt-street 66 feet, by 191 feet tn
depth, be the same more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two*
years. Purchaser to pay for papers and starnpsv
Premises caa be examined on application to
March 6 fm wi No. 69 BROAD STREET.
Residences, Offices and Stores.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT,
Real Estate Agent.
At Private Salo
The spacious LOT. with elegant MANSION, No. 1
Lucas-frtrevt, On lot tbei ? is a flower, vegetable and
The valuable LOT, with handsome RESIDENCE".
No. 36 kmith-etreet, between Bud and Montagus
The high and drv LOT, with handsome RESI?
DENCE, No. - Meeting-street, Ward No. 3.
Tho valuable LOT. ww h comfortable RESIDENCE
on high bas?is ent, at northeast corner of East Bay
and Inspection streets.
lhe )ar?o, and Ugh and dry'LOT, with a three
Story WOODEN RE- IDE <CE, No. OJ Broad-strest,
1 hat valuable TENKHENT BUILDING, located on
south .?ide of Broad-street, between Church andt
Meeting streets, and known a? Nos. 49 and 61. Theao
buddings are u-ed as store< and ullieca.
All that exceedingly Tamable LOT OF LAND, with
fino sub-tantiai BRICK * I OR Es .hereon, located at
the northeast orner of Eist Uiy-streot and Central,
wharf, adjoining th - l<>t oi tho New Customhouse.'
For further particulars apply as a'iove. at
No. 40 BROAD-VI'REET.
PAWS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISUSES OF TUE
STOMACH ANS LIVER.
THEY ARE RECOMMENDED BT TH?
MED ICA.X-1 FACULTY.
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manufactured by C. F. PANKNI^
CEOOBX AND APOTE?AST,
$3*For Salo by Druggists J9twyicA?r?.*Wl
February 15 m wi Ur