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MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Young Mon's Christian Association, at half
past? P. M._
MAKIN EB'S CHURCH_There will bo services
in tho Mariner's Church, Cburch-strect, on Sunday
morning, at half-past ten o'clock, by tbe Rev. J. H.
Honour, and in the afternoon, at four o'clook, hy?
the Rev. R. P. Cutler.
FOB GEOBQETOWX AND PEEDEE.-Special at?
tention is called to the advertisement of Messrs.
Rhaokelford k Kelly announcing an arrangement by
Which their steamer, th? Emilie, connects with the
General Manigault at Georgetowu. and thus affords
through freight and passage to Ul poin s on the Pee?
dee. The Emilie win make but one trip a week until
BANE OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.-Tbe South
Carolina Loan and Trust Company bas commenced
business at their office, No. 10 Broad-street, formerly
the Southwestern Railroad Bank; and as this is a
kind of bank new in this part ? * tbe world, but well
know^ha Europe, special at" ion ls directed to
their advertisement In anotbei column, which de?
scribes their business and gives a full list of the di?
THE HAITIANS will appear to-night for the last
time, and all who desire to avail themselves of
legitimate amusement of tho moat interesting char?
acter should not lot the last appearance pass unat?
tended. The bill for the evening is unusually good.
It is generally imagined toat on the last nicht of the
appearance of public amusements the bill is cut so
as to get their property packed in time for depar?
ture. It will not be so to-night ; these exceedingly
clever artists will not slight a good bill, and will en?
deavor to appear to tho very best advantage. Go
and see them all who have not done so already, and
you wiB not regret it.
OPEBA BOUFFE.-Our theatre-groers will be
glad to Team that Manager Whitman's company, on
their way to New y ark. will give two pei form ancea
in Charleston, on Monday and Tuesday evenings,
the pieces selected being "Cinderella" and "Un?
dine," both of which combine the most pleading
features of the spectacular drama a la Opera Bouffe.
Bach piece will be put upon the boards with tho
most elaborate preparauon of stage machinery aud
effects. Mlle. B nurd, a star who has never appear?
ed in Charleston, but whoso acting and singing have
delighted the Savannah public, will sustain the lead?
ing parts. Positively but two performan-es will be
given, as the theatre is engaged after Wednesday for
HOTEL ARRIVALS, MARCH 12.-Charleston
Hotel.-J A Brenner and W V Mann, Superinten?
dents Telegraph Company; A H Sr haut. New York;
H B Wells and A H Heeler. 0>wego, N Y; Mr and
Mrs H D Thomas, Pu'ladelphia; W H Hullock, wife
ana**SOD, J J Thompson, Mrs King and son, Mrs
Hettel. Mr and Mrs J a Gray, M L's Morah. J Ood
ington, Mr and Mrs W E Dodge, Mr and Mrs Bell,
Miss Bell, Mr Harris, Mr and Mrs G B Schuffelin,
George M Klots, J Y Brown, M b Taylor, Jamea Mil?
ler, J B Mount, and Thomas S James, wife and eon,
New York; RPreasley Barren, Ohuvndou; WU ham S
Mullins. Marion; W W Monday. Watertown; W T
Jaokson, S C Jackson, Mis* Jackson. Frank Welch,
and Chapman Dwight, Boston; E H Broadhead and
wife, Mdwaukie; James B H.idson, Providence, R I;
Bo bert Douglass, Augusta, Gs,
Pavilion Hotel.-E A Bird SOUR, New York; William
Thompson, Jr, Philadelphia; M Jacobs, Manning; T
Y 8 Ito .Tand, oity; J J Bentley, Orangebarg; N P Dut?
ton, steamship Sea GulL
AIKEN.-It affords ns much pleasure to no
Hoe the growing interest manifested by Northern
men to tho locality cf Aiken. We learn that the ho?
tels and.private boarding hons-s there are now
filled with gu*e8t8, and a splendid opening exists for
an enterprising man to build another hotel. Aiken
ls crowded to overflowing, and it is fair to estimato
that twenty-five inva ids are turned off daily, owing
to want of accommodation. Mr. J. C. Derby, the
New York publ sher, haa issued a pamphlet entitled
"Aiken and Vicini'y-A desirable location for.<actual
settlers," Betting forth in a clear and terse u annor
the advantages which it possesses as to location,
climate aud soil. Mc. Derby purchased in 1867 the
extensive orchard or fruit farm ot Mr. Marley, und
his family have resided thera most of tbe time since
the fall of th?* year. He says : "The statementa
made as to advantages of soil, climate, Ac, and
especially aa to the excellent and friendly people of
that loca.i ty, are not only substantiated by my own,
but by a numcer ot other famih s from the North
and West, who have recently sotikd here."
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.-An adjourn?
ed meeting of the Board was held last night, Presi?
dent Trenholm in the chair. After the reading of
the min?tes. Mr. W. T. Burge, chairman, reported
The committee, appointed under a resolution
adopted ut the last regular meeting to recommend
tko manner of eelrbrating ou noxt anniversary, beg
leave to reuort:
1st. 1 hey recommend that tho usual dinner bedis
ponsed wih and in lieu thereof a collation be fur?
nished to the members upon the day ot election of
officers for the enduing year. Place aud time hero
after to be designated.
2d. lhai the . resid?nt, W. L Trenholm, Esq.. bo
requested ; o drU .er un uildio-u to the b -ard ou tho
evening vf our auuivt-r.-ary, ut sm h place a* tho com?
mit .ce may procure, aud that tho public bo m vi ted
3d. 1 hat$300 be appropriated to carryout tho
The report was adopted.
On motion, the chair arpoinicd tho following a
committee ti aufit th* accounts of the treasurer: H.
H. DeLeon, 8. C. ulaci and G. L. Colmes.
On motion of Mr A. U. Hayden, tho chair was re?
quested to appoint a oom mutee of five to carry out
the reso utious uf tho ruport.
The board thoa adj o .ri. cd.
REPORTERS' CBDJIBS. -Tliis is tho hst month
for payiuK t ,e first instilment ot city taxes; lot tax?
There was a hrao crowd on tho B tilery yesterdiy
to see the am-teuis n.lo ihc-ve oelpede. An umbi
ficus young ?raiu nu rehaut, of East Bay, was
"thrown as high us a kite."
%here are a number of whits boys who congrrgito
around the U'.bcruiin Hall every night, au 1 spit
upon tho sidewalk until it runs streams of tobacco
juic ?, much o the disg.ist ol tho ladies and damago
of their skirts.
The different historic points in tbe harbor wcro
viaitoJ, yesterday, by a number of Northern tour?
Since tho adv nt cf the foolhardy Bond, clothes?
lines, for enabling the boys lo practice, are in great
A fawn, with a boll around its neck, was taken
np last evening, aud is at thc Guardhouse for de?
Municipal matters wero unusual y quiet yester?
day, J ho e owd a. thc Cit r Hall was no? an attack?
ing part , as reported, but simply shell-road hands
being pa d off.
Tho examination . f candidates for tho decree of
bachelor of arts m tba Cuarlc-toa Collego was con?
cluded yesterday very satisfactorily, ibo oom
men eaaent wi? taite placo in the latter part ol this
The mombers of the bir w^U bear in mind that
tho equity docket will be called on Monday.
Tho flower gard'L's will no doubt Buffer a severo
deplet on on Monday night
The flan ons gi e a ma, ince to-day. All ladies who
attend get - picture of tho liitlo '..VliJjjeU."
Preparations a < on foot to colebrato tt. Patrick's
Day in an appropriate manner.
A white mm was danserou ly s tabb od last night,
*sy a colored girl, at an "aimagaling" ball in George
FEDERAI, OFF?CERS FOR SOUTH -
Unexpected Appointment?-Great Sur?
prise to the Republicans-Tremendous
t ic i tc mc n t In Columbia.
A dispatch received in Columbia from what
is roparded as a reliable source announces tbe Fede?
ral officers for Soutb Carolina as follows: No chinge
in tho Maisbal. Postmaster or Treasurer, tboso
pieces being rt tamed respectively by Messrs. J. P.
M. Eppiug, Stanley G. Trott and J. D. Geddings. For
Collector of Internal Ecvcnne, G. W. Clark, present
Acting Mayor, to till tho vacancy occasioned by tho
reeignation of Senator Sawyer. For Collector of tho
Port, vice Dr. A. G. Mackey. Li T. Potter, one of tho
present Acting Board ol Alderman. For Assessor ol
Iut-rnal Bevenue,-Herrick, t'ice Alexander
The news created the greatest eonsternationainong
the Bepublican cohorts, and, it is wad, made some
of the most eicitedofthe party ?emporanly crazy.
They could not understand it. The m re they
thought about it ibo more astonishing it sosn-ed.
That the nighty potentates of Gie party in Washing?
ton should bo so badly po.-tcd in regard to tho Do?
mestic affairs of tho ?arty in South Carolina, was
past comprehension. There seemed to be but one
way to account for it, and that was that the senators
had proved rf cr?ant to their trust as watch-dogs of
the party; and so great was the ietlhtjg against them
on thlB supposition, that there was ttrong talk of
asking them to resign. Turn lt as they would, take
tbe whole thing together or each case separately, it
was simply astounding. >or instance, there
was Epping anathematized by both parlies by
turns, and yet he held his own despite
of aU the efforts ol the renowned Leslie, who had
managt d to make himself, after a fashion, friends
with everybody. If it were a fashionable way of ex?
pressing mourning now-a-daye, Leslie would have
torn h.a hair, put on sackcloth, and rolled in the
ashes. As it was, however, he only blasphemed,
tore up his census papers and hugged tbe well
known clerk of the Senate nearly to death. Then,
too, there was a Clark who dad been doing his best to
cheat the party ont of its victory in Charleston, and
there were Porterand Geddings, his chief cooks and
bottle washers, aU rewarded, as it were, fer treason.
And how was it possib'e that a quiet old gentleman
like Mr. Trott, who attends to his own business and
lets other people attend to theirs, could keep his
place, while there were a dozen un mployed "t roo il?
loyal "-anxious to make a living at the expense of
the government. It waa very astonishing, and the
excitement occasioned in the South Carolina Legis?
lature was only equalled by that in Congress when
the c abinet was announced.
ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIMORE STEAMER.-Tho
steam-hip Sea Gull, Captain Dutton, arrived y esler
day fri m Baltimoie with a large freight ajft deck
load, and wiU mil OD Tucuday nftcrnoon next. It
will be noticed that the rates on nee and cotton by
this always punctual line have been reduced to
both Baltimore and Philadelphia.
CLUBS AND STABS.-The following cases
were dispos- d of at the Mayor's Court yesterday:
Wm. Hnger, colored, arrested for swindling Ed?
mond Butlor out cf tho price cf four'een strings of
fish. Confessed guilt and was turned over to a ma
Dael. Hood, white. arresfed as a vagrant and sent
to the Hospital, Muzyck-street.
J. J. Blunt, colored, arrested for stealing a tin
measure in Mr. J. N. Bessel's store, corner of Beiu
fain and Pitt street*, and for disorderly corduct
therein. Fined, $10.
Mr. Spencer, disorderly conduct, same place.
Mary Sherlden, wht'e.'dtunk and unable to take
care of herself on East Bay. Fined, $5.
James Griffin, colored, stealing colngno from Dr.
H. Baer, Meeling-eticet, is still held fur examina?
Celia Brown, colored, stealing a silver spoon and
fork frc m Mr. D. Jacobs on the 6th m stan L Five
d ays in the House of Correction.
Bobt Wilkies aud Jacob Holloway, colored, were
sent to the House of Correction for twenty days lor
Th re wa s an exceedingly savage and bloody fight
in f rout of 'I KT. NEW? OFFICE yesterday, between
four tars; efforts were made to part them, hythe
East Bay draymen, but not undi they were seve?
rally b adly kif kid and ' eaten were they separated.
There was another row In Queen-street of a simi?
lar ( hara;ter, bat not'so Moody.
The detectives bad an exciting chase yesterday on
the s hell-road after two colored boya named Glover
and Kittie, whom they succeeded in capturing in an
old field. These ra-cals are connected with the rob
b ery o twenty-four bottles of cologne from the drug
house of Ir. H Bier, Meeting-street.
A writ of habeas corpus was served on the detec?
tive office by Magistrate Mackey yesterday. toroKaso
from custody Albert H arr.son, colored, charged with
stealing overcoats from private residence*, but it
failed, and the prisoner was remanded b. ck tor fur?
ther ex amina?cn.
An adroit i ello w entered tbe house o' F. C. Miller,
at the corner of Meeting-street and Lightwood
Alley, and after imposing on their charity stole a
n ew pistol be onging to Mr. Miller, who succeeded
i n arres lug the fellow and recovering the weapon.
His case will be ventilated this morning.
There la a regular gang of organized ihioves in
tbe city composed of sn,ail colored boys, who enter
stores while attention ia directed elsewhere and rob
what is convenient. Look out for them.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 12.
HON. GEOEGE S. BEVAN. PURSED INO.-Final hear?
ing in the caso ot Thorn e S. Myers for dischai ge,
was ordered OD 26-h March. Morrow Buff was ap?
pointed assignee of J. W. H. Buff and John D. Cope?
land, a o satisfy ihe petition of John M.Quardito
set up lien, it was ordered that thc assignee sell tho
lot No. 120 Market-sire t. after no:lce;. call in tho
lien creditors. D. J Winn, assignee, was allowed to
sell property of F. H Kennedy. 1 he am? aeaisneo
was al lowed to foll land ot Kado Hampton MoLo'd,
and give notice to creditors of sale prior to its taking
place; and further ord red that A. J. Moses nh w
cause on Wednesday, 31st March, why judgment
held by him against bankrupt should not be declar?
ed void, lhe align?e of J. S. Corbott was i rdcrcd
to sell, after payment of costs, and apply procee l? to
the satisfaction of ii JUS ace >rdiug to priority.
lu the < ?rcuit Court ? f the United ! tates ?or th" Ei *
tnot of-south Caroona - 1 lomas B. Agnew,as
sicnee, (?c., vt. i. B. l-'usieraud inipsou koho.
Ibis was a notice irved on J. P M. Eppii g. Mar?
shal of the lin t- il -n .es 'or 'hu 1 l.-tnct o South
Carolina, U show raus? why a i u!e st.ou 0 not ssuo
against h'm lor net paying over the miuiiejCailecicu
in the caBU.
Tho returns and proce- dine? lu tho '-ase showed
that after a levy ra all ll.o real and ,.tr?oua' property
of the defeudaut lt. H. Foster, und N-fore the ?HIC of
the personal proper v Ute t-uid defenoant petitioned
the court to he made a baikrnpt, arc1 wa? afler
watds so . c-lated by lhe couit. ll was Hived >y
Mc-i-rs. Perrin Jr. tojo, attorneys lorih ba grunt,
that he was ratit'c to Ovo hu divo dollars i f tho
piocet-d-oi the sale in h; nn.r-ba's hands, u d -r
ibo Ba-i.rup UCL UU tho other baud, lt w s con.
h mle J b Mcs-r- Perry 4 1er y. attorn ys tor ?hu
plaintiff, thal ihusuiu h as lhe KW wa- ti a e by ibu
m ar>hal bi- or. tho uYieuiIsnt ap lied for the b.-iiefit
of the rankin;;: . ci, he could uoi claim any ponied
ol the pro. cods of the sale of ilia prep . ty.
His Honor Judgo trian adopted thc view?
urged hy the i kuntUPs attorney?. a.,d d cido i th t
the lev j hythe m.ifhaJ booro the apph a hm mr
hau.,rui.tcy. dive te i the defendant Ol "li right in
the proper y, ann dc, ri ed bim of the power of
claiming p.ny p.> tioti ul thc proceeds ot .-ale. ,?s
soon as the livy was made, thu pji p.-ny eas, iu'aw.
tik-m t'< m the d?tendant and rct'apart to pav tue
plaiutid'e judgrue t loJL fi. It was no .ougee un,
property, aud b-j could not recover any po>
non ot it by appl. iug for the benet', of
the l'.nukrupt act. aud levy itt the satisiuc.
fa Lon of ttie ft. ft bill; the sa : e is disc?
ed ot bv the U'ii shal or sheriff. It differ, d irom
tho case tited by d ? eudaut's utomeys.whtTo un at?
tachment had boen levied un tho j ri po ly ol'the
deft udant and be'ore jmlgiu. nt he h d ai plied for
tho benett of tho B nsrupt act. lu that ease ihn
levy w.is not m ide to at sty a d-bt e tab is' ed, but
was m thc nature ot bail, md did not transfer tho
right of property, the ap, lit a1 iou tor bankruptcy
suspmded ail prtvccuiugs a d, iaeff ct, di.-solv.'il
the aitcltmeui. Ibo altarbiug crcdi or was lift
without ary Iv n los his debt, and Ind to charo
equally with thootlnr cn eliloi6 tl c i rccceds ot he
?ale nfl eleudunt*- pro| ort?- Here the p'ai till wa* I
THE ST*^ CO?BT, HON. R. B. CARPBNTEB,
PRESIDING-Faro A?', Uab?h 13-IN THE COMMON
PLEAs.-Nothing was dona te .this court ?*?the
hearing of argument in sevortil cas?fl 01 .n0PUD"?
importance, and tho court adjourned at an early
hour till Monday next.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
The South Carolina ?ailro-id Company have just is*
Buerl a condensed timo table of their various sched?
ules, which is ?ii tributed gratuitously for tho benefit
of tho public. It 's a very valuable table of r.-fer
ecce for business men as well as travellers and the
public generally. It is of convenient size for the
pocket and is very handsomely printed in double
colors on good paper, ai d baa a large, clear and fine
cut of a locomotivo as a frontispiece. Messrs.
Walker. Evans & Cog-well, printers, Ne. 3 Broad
street an 1 No. 109 East Bay.
GBEAT EXCITEMENT.-From the crowds who
congregate at th?Boot and bhoe Store of Lyons A
Murray, No. 78 Market-street, new Meeling. espe?
cially * n Saturday afternoons and evenings, people
at a distance would suppose that tl ore w a Irrgo
party gathering; but, on CIOEO examination and in?
quiry, wc find that the abo v : named firm keeps such
a varied and select stock of bocee and shoes a? to
attract a largo custom, both far and near. Their
prices, of course, being reasonable, everybody goes
whers they can get the bust bra-gains for their
RDBBEB GOODS.-Von Bauten, the proprietor
of tho well known bazaar, No. 229 King-street,
makes tho sale of rubber goods a specialty, and
keep? on hand constantly everything that can be
manufactured of the article. He has a beautiful as?
sortment of ?.?ano colors, to which the special atten?
tion of the ladies is invited. To get at the particu?
lar class of. goods and styles, see bis advertisements
TOURISTS will find the American House, Bos?
ton, the best point from which to visit neighboring
places of interest. Cafe, billiards, passenger eleva?
tor, suites of rooms, baths, kc.
HOME-MADE BREAD at Kinsman's Galoon.
March 2 tuths?
To THE PLANTERS OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND
GEORGIA.-Believing "WHANN'S" BAW BONE SU?
PERPHOSPHATE or LIME to be fully equal to the
best Fertilizers in market, and superior to many,
and being desirous of having it thoroughly tested,
wo have conclude I to offer the following Premiums;
1st. For tho largest yield of Colton from an acre of
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For the sec?
ond largest yield of Cotion from an acre of land, a
silver Hitcher worth $50. 3d. For the largest yield
ot Corn from an acre of land, a bilvet Goblet worth
The above premiums will bo awarded where
"WHANNS"' KAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE alone is
used on the aero producing the yield.
Those applying for tho premiums will be required
to furn sh satisfactoiy evidence of the amount pro?
duced on the acre, and a statement of thc manner tn
which they applied lhe manure. A limited amount
only of this 1-hospbate will bo distributed during tho
season. Prices, delivered on the cars at Charleston,
$C5 per ton, cash; or $70 for approvtd eily accept
anees, payablo 1st Novemuor.
CL A 6 HO BN, HERBING & CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.,
A nd No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Ga.
February 23 Imo
THE PROPRIETORS OF "Whann's Raw Bone
Supe phosphate ol Lime cordially invite fa rm ire,
dealers and others interested iu procuring a first
class manure, to call and examiuo their works, seo
process of manufactuie, and insp etibe nr-itciials
used. They havo no tecreti, give full valuo. and
guarantee their Phosphate toc?me up to the i tan
dard ai a'ysis. Clayborn, Herring k Co. arc tho
agents for the sale of lt in Auctuta aud Charleston.
February 23 Imo
LOAN AND TRUsT COMPANi,
PEES I NT LIMIT. 000,000.
THE OFFICE OF THI8 COMPANY IS NOW
openod at No. 19 BBOAD-STBEBT. (?outhwistern
Bailroad Bank), for the RECEIPT OF DEPOSITS,
DISCOUNT OF PAPER, PUhCB A.PE AND SALE OF
hX 'HANGI', and the transaction of a General Bank?
luterc-t allowed on deposits upon the term? es?
tablished by the Boaid ot Directors.
The Company is also a legal depository for monies
paid lDto Court Will roceive Itc?istiy and Transfer
Books, act as Agent to pay t oupons and Dividends,
and as Trustee in lt ail r o d Mortgages.
WM. C. BEE (of Wm. C. Bee & Oo )
A. S. JOHNSTON (of Johnston, Crews k Co.)
BOBEBT MUBE (Of Bobert Mure k Co.)
W. B. WILLIAMS (of W. B. Williams k Sons.)
E. H. FROST (ol Frost k Adgcr.)
J. E. A DOER (of J. E. Adger k Co.)
HENRY GOURDIN (of Gourdin, Matthieseon k Co.)
GEORGE L. BUIS I (of Buist k Buist.)
C. G. MEMMINGEB (of Mcmminger, Jorvey k
T. J. KERR (of T. J. Kerr & Co.)
J D. AIKEN (of J. D. Aiken k Co )
JOHN CA.MPSLN (of John Campscn k Co.)
A. P. CALDWELL (of B. k A. P. Caldwell)
WILLIAM K. BYAN.
J. T. WELLMAN.
J. J. GBl GG. o' Granitevil.'o. S. C.
For further particulars apply at the Banking
House, Charles'on, S. C.
OKOHCU-: S. CAMKHON, President.
THOMAS lt. WAKIftti, Cn ah ter.
Charleston, S. C., March 12.1869*
jilarch 13_2 Inlhsg
LIFE INSU KANCE.
THE SEC?RITY LIFE INSURGE
innnity Conipa :y of Kew Tart.
Robert T_i. Caso, Pre*idont
TJUeo. Tt. "Wetmore. Vice Prosiient
I.sauo Ii. Allen, Secretary.
Assets over .?i,0!)0,000
Annual I come. 1 CO i.O 0
A CW assurance iu 1S0S.14.0U0.0U0
"IV. IICTSON TOWVSKXD, Aiken,
GENERAL AGEXT FOR SOUTH CA HOLTS A.
Forstindlng nf tbi< Company, see reports of Su?
perintendents of fnsurau .io formates of New ?o:k
Its business is conducted unon thc Mulu l and
Non-'or ci lng pla'*. No restric ion in dav 1 or resi
donce U-ual fo ms of Policie? issued. Annual
Dividends to dr.to, Fiftv Pe- Cent. A credit of fr
fuity to fifty-er neut, allowed o.i Premiums when
desirtd. aun divi le ids applied to caucel mg the
sam*. Term? l iteral
It Is a belier Investment than a Favinga Bank.
Information che: nully given at Agency.
J'*M!V D. AL' XANDKi:, Agent,
No. 16 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
March ll Sh.?2 ni WT!
OFF1CB. NO. 875 KING,
Ol'POSlJE II ASL L-STREET.
January 27 3mo
Progs, Chcmicalg, (Ste.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
(LATH E. H. KBLLEK? d!C O.,)
No. 181 UEETIKO-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND. AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWE?! MARKET RATES :
?lUFEL?ND'S GERMAN BITTERS
STOUGHTON BIT TERS
JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE, EPECTORANT,
DEAD c-HOT, &c.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM, A-c.
NO CERE! NO PAT!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI A IL :
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR.
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
THE UNDFRFIGNLD CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both ch; and ?ountry purchasers to his largo
.stock ot Di T*Gs, PATENT MEDICINES, PKRFUM
EltY, FA.^CYGOuD%&c. kc, aU of which he of?
fers at the low .at market rates.
No. 131 MEETING STREET, NEAR MAR?
C. F. PANKNIN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
IJIHE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bil abook of the beet Imported and Domes?
Of his bras!ness ho beal ows the utmost personal caro
and attention, and gu?ranteos the PURITY of the
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIEMANN & CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
H'S STOCK OF
flair, TOQIT a:?<2 Kail Ri'uslies.
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for tho talc of tho celebrated
Rockfcridgo Alum Spring Water,
A supply of which tl alway? on hand.
Which havo established for thom?clrca a reputation
surpassed by none.
TLrongh constant effort and alen?nnho bo;.cs to
merit a contir.uauco of tho pilbiic prurejage which
has hitherto been cztondid to him.
February 1G tuthslyr
Oublier $0005, (Etc.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES
AMOST BEAUIIFUL ASSORTMENT OE BUB
BbB PIANO COVERS have just been reaclr
ed. They vary tn price from $6 to $20, and all full
sizes Rubber Pi mo Corers will keep out dust, and
what is more ossenlial in this climate, they will keep
out dampness, aro hindsomor and more durable
than any other kind.
For sale at VON SANTl-N'S BAZAAR,
No. 9 King-street, near Market.
March 13 9
RUBBER GOODS A SPEGIALTY.
IBEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I
mako a speoiilty of RUBBER GOOD-i, and have
aways in stock tn 1 linee of Rubber Sack Coats,
Officers' Coats, Pouches, Hood* for Coats, Capes,
loni; and short Legings. Caps with Capes, Boy:-' and
Girls' Capes. Camp itlankets, Ac; Nursery t-heel
inc. white and black, width 3-1, 4-4. 6-4 and 0-4;
Teetlrncr i>ing?, Rubber Rattles, Rubber Dolts, Toys,
Air Beds, Pillows, Cushions, Nursery Pani. Rubber
Piano Covers, Rubbor Buckets. Elastic Bands. Rub?
ber Iud, Bise, -pongc, Musical and Foot Balls, Rub?
ber Door aud Tubb: Mats, rumbler*. Atc, and other
goods pertaining to the Rubbsi business.
F. VON SANTEN.
No. 229 King-street, uoar Market.
March 13 2
Sro ((DOODS, Otr.
FASHIONABLE DAY GOODS.
LORD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ABB ANGEMEN TS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
that their stock during the coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever b torc, and an inspection of lt before pnr
cbasltiR elsewhere is solicited.
Having their own buyers in each of the principal
Eu- opean markets, the> will be ablo to maintain the
lons cs aolished reputation ot lbs bouso for keeping
desirable, sab able goods, of wi.iob, also, their long
experience as successful ret tilers is ample guarantee.
lue scrotal oeiar nvnta are, riz: sILKs. DRESS
GO? D-, CLO I Hs >HAWLS, CLOAKS, UPHOLS?
TERY, LINLN^ WHITE 0001)8, HOSIEKY and
GLOVES, LADIES' and CHILDRENS < UTFIT
IINO, in o?eb of which will be found goods select?
ed especially to meet the demands of Southern cus?
Simples of New Goods sent upon application.
I.OBD A TAYLOR,
Nos. 461, 463. 465 tc 467 Broadway, 1 N._.Tnrlr
Nos. 256 . 257, 250 b 26.1 Grand-street, J wew Ior**
Nos. 461 to 467 Broadway, en rance on Grand-st
March 2 Imo*
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHO'ESALB AND RETAIL "
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OU6
Customers in genera), that wc have Just rc
ci- veri (in addit'on to our u?usj stock of DOMhoTIC
und FAN'iY tlOwlS), a new supply suitable for the
CONSISTIDO OF :
Beau ti. ul stylos ol bPi.ING DRE3S GOODS, at
modente price s
CLOAK.->, LU? GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduoed
H- ary Balmoral Skitts at$l
Very choice article Black .-ilk at S2 25
Ladies- super Merino Vesta only $1
G od quality Kid Gloves at 81
150 dozen UUCP ?KIR IS, 50 to 60c.
Nice Quil'ly Spring Calicoes il 121? conta
uttenh. iiner'? celourated French CORSET, $1 00
A full and compl?te assortment of German and Eng?
lish HO>Ii.B?,from 12)? up
Anne a-sort ment of Ladies' and Children's Silk, Ber?
lin Clo.h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs,
A good selection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ?fcc.,
At the lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that WM hare ar
ranued a separate department rn our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, Ac.
49- EN TRANCE ON CALHOON-STREET.
FL Ut; H UH TT AC BROS.,
No. 4U7 KING-aTREET.
December 14 _3m o
DRY COOBS ! OM GOODS !
LOUIS COHEN * CO.,
No. 248 King-street,
BEG LEAVE TO DBAW THE ATTENTION OF THE
PUBLIC TO THEIR VEuY EXTENSIVE AND
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods,
CONSISTI NO OF:
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, BILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES
TOWELINGS, D1APER3, IRISH LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS
SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASING, in
Bloodied and Brown.
Wo invito es.peciC attention to ou: largo Stock cf
Bress Goon's, Clot'is and Embroi
Which will bs fraud retry completo and reasonable.
A call la respectfully so'lcilcd.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
Ko. 313 I?I?\U-STRK?T,
DEI WEHM MARKET AND HASEL STREETS.
M uh 2 tun?simo
T ni r Ki it Til it s u i'"
TEAS. WINES, BRANDIES, &c,
And Dotih'r.-i in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
rt'0f\2UVi|Mf7\M^ I I STREET
I^N.Y. \ J s. gj
WW. K. CORWIN ti CO.
/)3?Onodi delivered to ail parts ol tho City,
tic tobe '?i
JTl II. T K K N II OLM.
No. 1 BRO AD -STREET,
CUAnLU?TON, a. o, *?
MINER. SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Nativo Bone Phosphate.
January ll . 3m os
Fordham's Bar Fixture:, Restaurant, cfc., on
account of former purchaser.
Will sell on thc premises, No. - Mecting-stroet, op?
posite Burns' Lane, MONDAY, 15th instant, at 10
Terms cash._ March 13
A Small and neat Dwelling, No. 97 Smith
street, west side, two doors south of Can
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On T BITES DAY, the 18th Instant, at ll o'clock, at
thc Old Postofflce.
Terms-Half cash; the balance in one and two
yea?, secured as usuaL Purchaser to pay G. McB.
8. for papers and stamps. slnwth* March 13
Desirable Residence, No. IO Beaufain-street,
between King and St. Philip streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will bc sold at auc'lon, on 18th inst., at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postofflce,
That desirable Three Story BRICH RESIDENCE,
with Cistern, Ettchen and necess&ry outbuildings,
known as No. lu Beaufain-strect; premises contains
9 rooms and kitchen 6 rooms. Lot m ensures 30 feat
front by 102 feet in depth.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest payable semi-annually, se?
cured by bond and mortpago of the premises; prop?
erty to he insured and po,icy a?signed. Purchaser
to pay us for papers and stamps.
March 13 smthfr
Estate Sale-Beaufain-street Property.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold, at Auction, THURSDAY, 18th instant,
at ll o'clock, ot the Old Postofflce,
All that LOT OF LAND, with Buildings thereon,
situated on the south side of Beaufain-street, on?
door west of Archdale, with two story Dwelling and
Shop attached, and the other building used as a
Paint Shop. Lot measures 71 feet on Beaufain.
street, and in depth 24 feet, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. smthS March 13
Desirable Store, King-street, No. 343, Fifth
Door from Liberty.
W. Y. LEITCH Sc R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold, on TUESDAY. March ICtb, at the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That desirable two story WO' DoN BUILDING,
known as No. 343 King-street, with large store capa?
ble of being extended ene hundred feet in length.
House contains six good looms, besides kitchen.
Store at present measure* 61 feet in length. Lot
me-Jiure* 2C feet front, by 168 in depth, more or leas.
lerms-One-quarter oaab; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest, serurcd oy bond anil mort?
gage; property to be insured ana policy ?signed.
Purchaser to pay for popers and stamps.
Tho property is a good Investment, and oan be
treated tor at private sale at any time before the 16th
of March. fmth3mchl3.15.16 February 19
^arJjinirg, Castings, (ftc.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO..
C A .11 K II O N dC CU..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c.
Nos. 4, 6 and 8 PRITCHARD-STREE1,
(KEAB THE DEY DOCS),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAMENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OP EVERY
SHAFTING, POLLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND TS IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILE
of as good quality and power, and atas low ratea
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Phil adelphi
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PEBFEOT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED T?.
February 1 D^C Smos
Shirts un?t /arnisbing ?ooit?.
Proprietor of the Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
'Emporium, Meeting-street, near Market, desirons
of bringing the famous
Shirts Into general use, and believing that lt ls only
necessary for gentlemon to wear these
once to bc well please J with them, wiU hereafter of?
fer thom to his customers
tho public generally at cost prices. His stock ot
Neck lies, Scarfs ana
will also bo sold at such prices as to defy competi?
tion, and if satisfacen is not
ho will return tho mottov. Ui? charros aro so rea?
son lc as ula ost to muk ? bujcr bc'.icvo tue articles
Ho -s p-epared to mika hliirfa to o der with the
utmost dlariutclt; and his BNorimont of ready-made
sLir.s ii so lull that bayon cm bcflttol ata mo?
ment's notice. F r proof of tito -o statements call at
Star Shirt und Fnmirhing doods I mporium,
Meot ng-strcot, uoarly opposite Market Hall.
Jciiutuy 1 Cmos
A TTCHTIOIV, Al?VlittTISKRS,
THIS IS ONE OF THE M??T PROSPEROUS PA?
PERS in ihe sou th, is published daily in Montgomery,
tho Capital of Alabama; has an ext nslTo circulation
throughout thc Mate, and offers advantages and in?
ducements to advertisers'which few other journals
A regular die of the paper may bo seen at tho
PUBLIC BEADING ROOM,
No. 3 BRO A D-STREE1,
And contracts for advertising may be made with thc
Agents in Charleston,
WALKER, EVANS A COOSWELL.
G. H. GIBSON & CO.,
March 9 Proprietors, Montgomery Ala.
New Crop Sugar and Molasses, Cargo of
Schooner Willie Martin from Cardenas.
BY J. A. EN SLOW & CO.
MONDAY next. 15th instant, at ll o'clock, wfll ta
sold, on Palmetto Wharf, alongside ho Teasel,
30 hhds. 1 Good to Choice GROCERY SUS AB
li boxes )
90 hhds. ).
6 tierces > superior Clayed Molasses
26 bbls. J
40 hhd?. Superior Cuba Molasses.
Conditions of sale--urns under $500 cash; $600
to $1000,15 dava; $1000 and upwards, 30 days, for
approved endorsed notes,_ March l?
ASSIGN KKS' S ALK.
In the District Court of the United Slates, for
the District of South Carolina-In the Mat?
ter of Dr. John May, Bankrupt-In Bank?
By virtue of an order obtained from Hon. Geo. 8. Bry?
an, Judge of the Dis rv t Court of the United S tate c,
for the District of South Carolina, w will s*.R at
George's Station, on the South Carolina Railroad,
Coller?n County, Soutn Caiolras, on 1 CCE?DAY,
the 25th day of Maren next,
All the right, title and inlewot to which tha
said Bankrupt waa entitled at the time of filing
his petition, in the following property, to wit:
One TRAC r OF i.AND. situated at St. George's
Station, in Collet n County, south . amlina, bound
ed by the Jan is ot Jami-- George, Thos. ES. Baysoc
and others, and intersected by the South Carolina
Ball;oad, known as th*? "Home Place," containing;
320 acres, more or less. On tbe premises is a good
two story Dwelling and necessary outbuildings.
One TRACT OF LAND, PI nited as above, bound?
ed by the lands of E. Weathers, catites ot W. Murray
and T. J. Murray, and SoutD Ct rolina Railroad, and
adjoining the above Tract, known as the Mo Elli any
Tract, containing six hundred and ninety-night acres,
more or less. On the premises is a good two story
Dwelling ?nd necessary outbuildings.
It is believed the Bankrupt held the firs! mendea?
ed Tract in fee simple, and tnat bis title to tho
second tract consists of a bond for titles from D. L.
McElbany, a portion of the purchase money ou tba
same being still unpaid. . i
The above interests in Beal Estate, sold subject to
any Dower that may now or hereafter bo ola! ni ed.
A LABGE LOT OF NOTES, on parties living in
Colle ton County.
The BOOK DEBTS due the said Bankrupt's estate.
Sold subject to any discounts that may exist Hold
for the benefit of the Creditors of the .said Bank?
Terms of sale-Cash in currency; purchasers to
pay for papers and s tamra. *
Parties desiring information in relation to the
above estate, will address ns at YorkvLle,8. C.
J. S.E. IH.,M50N,j lMiimee.
T. 8. JEFFEBY8, f Align?es.
THE STATh". OF SOUTH CAROLINA
GBEENVTLLE COUNIY-IN CHANCERY.
Wyman, Byrd 4* Co., vs. Qrady Sr Hawthorn.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage, ?cc.
By virtue of the decretal order of his Honor, Judga
James L. err, nude in the above case, I win sell
to the highest bidder at Grce.: vi Ho Courthouse, on
MONDAY, the ..th of April next.
Th? PREMISES described in the pleadings, y\ji
All that PIECE, PARCEL AND TRACT OF LAND,
situated in the County of G reen vi le. seven miles
from the Cont ti on? e and six from the Green villa
Railroad Depot lying on both side .- of Reedy Elver,
containing tour hnndred and ninety-nine acres,
more or less, in a high state of cultivation - Upon
the place is locate i tbe veU known Cotton and Wool
Factory of the defend? ts. Tbe Cotton Factory is.hz
tull operation, with some nine hnndred and fifty
spindles and twent -four looms; ihe Wool Factory
with one hundred and twoi ty mule spindles, is also
in good order and successful ope anon. On the
premises are a good Flourlug, Grist and Saw Mills,
.with blacksmith shop-two com orkabie dwelling
houses and several small fri m ed houses for tho
operatives, with a nice brick church. The water
j-ow.-r at all seasons ls sufficient to drive three times
the amount of machinery now in operation. The
country ls remarkably hedthy, with , a cUmate un?
surpassed in the United States, with a sober, indus
trions and enercetic popul tuon. Woodod lands ad?
jacent well timbered, can be purchased at reasona?
ble prices. Ti is ii tue boat oppo runlty tor an in?
vestment to capitalists that has been offered in the
up-country since the war.
Terms cash. Purchaser te pw for. pap ors and
stamps. W. A. MoD iNLEL, C. 0. O. .
Clerk's Office, February 2d, 1869.
March 6 ? sw8
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
No 31 Broad-street, South aide, near
At Private Salo
FIRST CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive a'id V .luable Manuf ictorlos, MIR Sita?
and Delightful -ummer Residences in vari on*
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all shies, prto
and descriptions in every part of th" city.
January 25 mwttlmo
Residences, Office? and .Stores.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT,
Heal BvSt&tj Astest,
At Private Sale
LucasT010-"-? WT. with elegant MAN?40N?h?d. t
?p?i1M.-reot. On lot thai e ls a flower, vegetable and
. g irden. -i
The valuable- LOT, with hmdsome DnDBMay
No. 35 smith-street, between Bud and Montague
JSZLjty mi drv LOT, with huidfom? BEST?
DENCE,No. - Meetmg-street, VTsrd N?3. "
The valuable LOT. with comfortable B'd-IDENCE
on higb basement, at northeast corner 6FE??fi?y
and Inspection streets. . . a ' ~ /.^r
lie larne and Mtrh and dry LOX,?with a Ihr?
story WOODBN RE-IDE ?CB, No. 05- Broad-arrest,
r ALSO. ,.
1 hat finable TENEMENT BUILDING, ?oo^to?-om
south side of Croud-street, hctwe?h Oharch . and
Meetim? streets, and known as rfoa.^9 and 4L These
buddings are u.?od as niore-< iBdnfficae,
All that exceedingly T I ninifttjffj; Qr LAND, with
flau substantial IIKICK ->1 CtBJ?^Jnrreon, located at
tue northeast cjrner of EastwEkMUdSt and CenttrJ
wharf, adjoining th" lot of tu?..|)!ew Customhouse.
For further pur [kulara apply aa a.u ve. at
No. 40 BB?AD-sTBEBT.
March 0 Up stairs.
T. CLOUD H O T K L .
TBIS NEW AND COMMOl IOU3 BOUSE, LOCAT
ED corner or Broadway and Forty-? eoond-sireet,
possesses adv ntages over all other houses for tho ac?
commodation o it? cuesta. It wis bull: expressly
for a fir-t-el'iss family bearding house-tbe rooms
berne large and en stile heated ty s eira-with bot
anu cold w ter. und fur- ished seoond to none; while
the culinary department is lu the most exnerirnccd
hands, alf rdhg -rnt-sis an unequalled table.
Ono of Atwood's Paient * leva.ors is aiso among
thc'modern improvements" and at the service of
guests at al hours.
The Uroadwi) and University Plaoe Cars pass tho
door evouv four i inutes. running from the City
Had to ('outr 1 Pa k, while tho Mxth mi evenlh
Avenue :iocs.ne hut a ahur! block -n ether side,
a?'jrdingamp:e f dillies for romraunicilitig with all
tho depo**, ste nr oat landings, i laces of amuse?
ment iit-d bitsiuc-sof ibo gre it metropolis.
"IOU tn & HULLbY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 Cmos
JUT AN SION HOUSE,
So. CO BV.OAD? iTBHBT,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
TBAN-1KN '", FAMILIES and DAY BOARD at tha
most resoaab'.e torni3, by
Mts. TL C. FINN?Y.
Januar* 31) stuth3mo
Tl U W A lt U DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ko. 8? Warren-strcct,
PERSONAL A't'TKN ' ION GIVE < TO l'HE PUB
CH-sE ol all kinds oi MI R ll A ?l'1-E Boots,
Sb"cs, Hats, i a e ind 'Jruns , ni Stiawfloods a
Cousigntnen-s of al! ktu/l? of staple Articles and
general Produce foliated.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston. ^. C.
Pemi-Wcekly Price Curre- Ut soutir?e by post
January 26 DA o 6mos
rp o it v s INKS s ji i: .v .
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT .-UUTER, S. C.,
I- O .E fig THI? BE-" PA ?'KB?. IN THE UP
COUNr >Y; lau a laruc eircu tulon, and uffordj su?
perior ar!vaut?n'csas au advurt.si ?g m t?iiun. forms
low. Addres DARK it 0<FAHS, ,
Feiiruary 22 _Prupneore.
JA1TE3 KSOX.?*0U2I GILI
KMJX & li it i*,
C U T i" ON K A C T O K S
GENERAL COMMISSION l'EROHANTS,
No. 123 SMITH'S WHARF. BALTIMORE,
Conshznmont? ol 'ft ros, RICE, (fe, respect?
fully solicileu, and liberal advance- mad? thereon.
Ord ern for l>0 ISM and BACON promptly executed,
with care and attention.
April 27 Uhnos*