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I THE DAILY NEWS.
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IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
THE DAJXT NEWS will bo served io subscri?
bers ta tbe cit; at six DOLLARS a year in advance, or
st rzrxBKN OUSTS s week, payable to the carriers.
AUCTION SALES 7HIS DAY.
R. & A. P. CAIJ>W7IX will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, before their a.ort, mess beef, Bruce's fort:
la er and groceries.
LOWICKS ft UBIUBAIX will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Ptstcffice, tc: cf -.n? au J bi.hdiLga in Mar
LEITCH & BitOT will a. Il at ll o'clock, at the
.Jd Postofllce. a .-to; J ou Kiug-stre ;t.
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters past 9
o'eJcc!; at hi - store. Brown's wbart, butter, lard,
BXUST c ODIA k Co. will seB at half past 9 o'clock,
in front ol his stoie, Vcdue Bange, ene hundred
barrels potato a.
LAUSET ii A LEX AJO) EH vii. sell at 10 o'clock, at
their stor-, East Bay, potatoes, bacon strips, ftc.
JOH* Qt Manon k Co. will sed at 10 o'cock, in
their salesroom Meebog abriet, stock of a retail dry
goods store, .vc.
A. a MOGHXITBAY will so'I, at ll o'clock, at the
old Poet4ffi.ce a lot ol land and build nea.
B. M. MARSHALL ft BIOTHLR wili sell at half-past
10 o'clock, at tbeir effile, Uroad-street, a lot ot shelv?
ing, counters and diawa.
V' MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Ladies' Memorial Association, at 4 P. M.
Jeffersen Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Delta Loo ge ol Perfection, at 7 P. M.
Charles:i-n Bineaen society, at nau-paat 7 P. M.
To ons CAMDEN BTJBSCRDJERS.-We have re?
ceived tho oom plat nts of our Camden subscribers,
wk ich will be ioTesiiga'ed this morning. THE News
is sent from oar office regularly, and there should
he no hitch in its delivery to our readers.
THB ITALIAN OPEBA, under the lead of tbe
the great tener, BrignolL ii certainly coming, and
may be expected in Ch.ri ea; on during the latter
patt of Apr! , Signor Briyuo? will be supported by
leading artists (rom the New Tork Academy of ll a -ia
-a completo Op ratio and Coucert Com-iany-in?
cluding mis. Louise Dnriid. the young prima don?
na, who has created so much i teres, thi-season,
and the great buffo. Si^uor Giorgio BonoonL 1 his
win be good news to tho lovais of music in Charle?>.
HOTEL ABRITAIS, March 15.-Pavilion Hotel.
M Gurvey and wife, J B Garvey, H Gospel, J H
Howman, New Tork; A Gallup. Cleveland, 0; J E
MeCormick, Indiana; S L Moon, Georgetown, V C;
0 J Dori, (Jounceucu- ; N J lhourou. steamer Di ta?
ter; Jame j Burry, E Berry, Mariou; C ELartigue,
Charleston Hotel.-V G Bobards, Kaine; E B
8mt.li, I. J Brewster, G A \Si.o? a- d wife. K L Pad?
dock and wifo. O Padd ck. New Tori; W S Gled en
and wife, daughter aud servant. P S Crowell. Bos
ton; C Sayrunt, New Hampsjire; J B Comstock and
Miss K Comstock, New York.
REMOVAL OF ?HE TELEQBAPH OFFICE-We
are glad to see that in d. fiamos tc tbe very general
.entinfent of the mercan'ilo community (to which
allusion was made in yesterday's NEWS) the Tele?
graph Compauy is ai ?out to ten ove its principal
office to a postlion mo.e cecea.'i' le and convenient
for the bu&ico-s hou es of East Bay nod the cotton
wharves. Ihe building on the south side or ? road
street, between Meeting and Church streets, recently
occupied by Mr. H ir m Barris, bas been secured,
and is now in course of renovation, preparatory to
bring occupied as l elegraphic* Headquarters. A site
SO the Bay itself, or more Immediately in Its vicinity,
would have boon ptefatrod by those who furnish
fbur-flitbs of the local business ot the company; but
the new office will, nevertheless be a preat improve?
ment aa compared wi a the present location. The
Bp-town community will lose nothia? by the
ehaage, as it is understood that a branch office is (o
be opened at the Charleston Hotel.
THB THEATRE.-A fine audionco, of whom a
Urge proportion were ladies, attende t the perform
anoe of th - fairy and m ua'oal extravaganza of "Ctn
dorella" last night. Ic waa ? droU burlesque, and
(Ilks every piece thai Manager Whitman has present?
ed here) admirablv mounted. The cast was excel?
lent. We have seldom of late aoen a drama.ic enter?
tainment pass off with more eclat, and the enjoyment
.f the orowded house was reflected In the spirit and
evident pleasure with wham the actors rend, red
tbeir several parts. The hallet interludes were dif?
ferent from any that bsd been danced during the
previous engagement of tbe cc m pan y. and the pas,
exaouted by the premien danseuse 4111o. Diani, in
the bull-room scene, was especial y admired.
To-nigli t we are to bare, by way of farewell, tho
beautiful fairy spectacle of "Undine," withing
and toilet and new dresse- and soeniu(fleets. Even
is* lt were not the last chanca to see the brilliant
transformation Been?, the exce lenee of the per
forteanoe of last nlpht would guarantee a crowded
house. The company go nor ?ward to-morrow*.
REPORTERS' CGOMB3_It is reported that
already p?titions begin to pour in on the gentlemen
who are named in COL nee t ion with the new Federal
Mr. D. A. Ammo bas in his store. Meeting-street,
a h -. of sausages, brought from Milwaukle by tbe
"Green laue," which are said to equal, the German
bologna lu taste. 'Ihe transportation! bath or is an
evidence of enterprise exeaedii gly commendable.
There has bren a peculiar quiet in municipal mat?
ter? for tbe past couple of days; that may bo a culm
before a storm.
There ar? evidences that the spring trade will be
quite hr isl- th J com. nj: eeason.
Some ?ho profess to be very wise on tbe sui ject
of tbe coming Federal appointments express doubts
as to the retention of the pr?tent incumbents.
.Change scents to to th? oidor of the duy.
The postofflce box established at Holmes* Book
House, corner of Wentwor th ?.nd Sing streets, is a
convenience that is highly appreciated by the fair
A teacher of experience ia wanted at the Bicblaud
Academy. Address hos No IO, Kuig ville, S. C.
CLUB? AND STATIS.-Tho lollowinp is tho
Mayor's do-ket of S tturday and sunday, disposed of
on yesterday morulug:
Dan Hi?gin>? whi t, drank and disorderly In Kirk?
land laue. Fined ?55; could not pay, and aunt up
for laj-l i! 1. 5.
C. ?C. Sanders, while, drunk rmi disorderly at tho
bead of the market and interfering with ladies. Fined
K, which he paul.
A Banco, white, drunk in the sireets. F'uodSS;
Henry iii'hop. colored, drunk ani disorderly on
East Bay. lined $3.
Geo'?.i Hervey, whi'o, -iran'.- corner of Broad and
Church stree ?. Fin d ?3; paid.
John Djlsey. oolorcd, Stealing cologne from Dr.
H. Baer, Mee mg stroo-. Turned over to a magis?
Jamei Walker, wh te, drunk and disorderly on
Eas.: Bay. Fined $10.
Pat Cabi.1. while, for b eakiuij up MoUv Burnett's
furniture m Chaim-jrs-atro.it. Fined $5; couldn't
pay and went up
AI. Farrill, white, same offmce and same One,
wbioh be pa d.
E. ITas ea and W, no'armin. for selbn? liquor
without a licou e. Fined .-ld each.
The nve ruuaway? lroni Savannah wera orJored
by the Mayor to bo feat back io their homes.
Flora Lavis, colored, who stabbed Paul D leizirph
whi!? at thc fandinj) bil!, in George-street, was
he'd to ban i a ihe sum of ?100 >. to aus -v. r th.- th wau
of assault and bJ'tery with intent to kl.I. shu was
also put uuder;. bail of S2 K) to k ..- > tao p.; ic ?.
Joha DonjvaJ. whit-, alias Jo'ia Lc, alias John
A. Barn, tweaty-ouj years o..l, WAS arrested vostcr
day by OUI . r ? Beed aa 1 Gtyy. b r order o: th ? ( bluf
of P 'lljoof Mvi.maa. on a eli ir*,'" W maus!au;htor,
aadfheld subject io instructions.
Peter Browu a'lis Pe er High jr'SB, an escaped
oonrlot from the Hcnae of Correction, was rearrest?
ed last night.
TOBACCO.-We hare receiver! from Mr. G.
Foll?n, No 157 East Buy. next to Tire NEWS office,
a box of tbe famous "Fruit and Flowers" smoking
tobacco, made by H. T. Hikinion, of Richmond.
7bis is one of the finest of tb>: floe brands or smok?
ing tobacco, and wc recommend it to ail who are
fond of puffing.
THE STATE CO?BT-HON. R. B. CARPENTER,
PBESTDIKO -In EQUITY.-Nothing was dom? yester?
day beyond the calling of the docket, and no ?-ase of
public intorest came up for argument
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 15
Hov. GEOBGE S. CUTAS, PBESTMNO.-A. C. Car?
lington, creditor, peduonei to amend schedule of
Robe: t Ste-tart, debtor, vthich was granted. W. R.
Duyren, James Baskin, G. St veil, John Flynn, 0. C.
McLure, Wilna (lr? gory. William L. Howie, Isaac
W. Hunter ?nd J. A. Yanga petitioned for final dis?
charge, and final bearing was ordered before E- gis
trar Claw-on, James H. Boyd was approved ol as
an assignee. Final bearing iu the caro of James H.
! Liitle was ordered to tito pluoc on 15th April. The
petition of Waiker k Brice for compensation was re?
ferred to Registrar Olawsou. Tho appointment of S.
L. Hook as assignee was confirmed. The case of E.
M. Bonnean against Joseph Purcell was referred to
Richard DeTrovi'Ie to take testim ny and report
bens upen estate of bankrupt. M. B. Hunoiout was
allowed to amend schedule. T. R. Phifer was ap?
proved of as assignee. It was ordered ?.hat where
petitioners in bankruptcy ?eside in Lauren?, 0. G.
Jaeger, Registrar, ba allowed to hold meetings at
that place. B. H. Lovelace and J. N. Martin, assig?
nees, were allowed to sell chose? in arrien of bank?
rupt's est?t) under their care. The report of D. J.
Winn, os-ign?e, of'sales, waa confirmed and ordered
to be flied. Tho jury was dismissed until thc 18th
PEELER COTTON SEED.-A small lot of this
very choice cotton seed ls. for sale by Messrs.
Shad elford k Ktdly. See advertisement.
HERMAN FEHRENBAOH will have for lunch to?
day, clam chowder, roa<t pork and roost beef, boiled
mutton wi rh c i pera sauce, atc.
To THE PUNTERS OF SOOTH CAROLINA ANT?
GEORGIA.-Believing "WRAMS'S" RAW' BONB SU?
PERPHOSPHATE or Lutz to bo fully equal to tho
best Fertilizers in market, and superior to many,
and being desirous of baring it thoroughly tested,
we have ooncluded to offer the following Premiums:
lat For the largest yield of Co ton from an acre of
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100. 2d. For the sec?
ond largest yield ot Cotton from an acre of land, a
Silver Pitcher worth $59. 3?. For the largest yield
.t Corn from an acre of land, a bilvot Goblet worth
The above premiums will bo awarded whero
'WEASNS"" RAW Bo? SUPERPHOSPHATE alone is
used on the acre producing the j ield.
Those applying for the premiums will be required
to furnish satisfooto y evidence of tho amount pro?
duced on the arro, and a statement of the manner In
which they applied the manure. A limited amount
only of thiB Phosphate will be dtstribned during the
season. Ftices. delivered on the car* at Charleston,
Seri per ton, cash; or S70 for approved i Hy accept
anees, payable 1st Novemrer.
CLA3H0RN, HERRING k CO..
Accommodation Wharf, charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusto, Ga.
February 23 Imo
THB PROPRTETOBS OF ''Wlmnn'a Raw Bono
Supeiphosphate ot Limo cordially I vite farmers,
dealers a J il o'hers interested in procuring a first
class manure, to call and examine their worlis, Bee
process of manuloctui e, and insp ct tba materials
used. They have rio uerett, give full value, and
guarantee their Phosphate to come np to the itan-1
dnrd analysis. Claiborn, Herring k Co. arc the
agents ftho salo of it in Aueusto and Charleston.
February 23 Imo
ON SHIPMENTS OF
P H OS P HATES
FIRST-CLASS PHOSPHATE LANDS WANTED.
WILLIS & CHIS ULM .
Marah 5 itu Imo
STATE BONDS ! STATE Bi PiDS!
FOB SALE BY
. A. C. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commis ion Aaent,
March 15 2 No. 25 Broad-street.
LOAN AND TKU*T COM PANT,
AUTHORIZED C ?m AX... FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
THE OFUCE OF THIS COMPANY 18 NOW
opened at No. 19 BROAD-STREET, (Southwestern
Railroad Bank), for the RECtIPI OF DEPOSITS,
DI-COUNT OF PAPER, PUUCBASE AND SALE OF
EXCHANGh, and the transaction of a General Bank?
Interent allowed on deposits upon the terms es?
tablished by the Boord oi Dircc'ors. "
'ihu Company is also a legal depoi-itory for monies
paid into Court Will receive Begistiy and Transfer
Booka, act os Agent to pay ( oupons uuu Dividends,
and aa Trustee in Koilro d Mortgages.
WM. C. BEE (of Wm. O im'-Co) *
A. S. JUBNsT?N (of Johnston. Crews k Co.!
ROBERT MURK (Of Robert Mure & Co.)
W. B. WILLIAMS (of W. B. Williams & Sona.)
E. H. FROST (ot Frost & Adgor.)
J. E. ALGER (of J. E. Adgiri Co.)
HENRY GOURDIN (of Gourdin. Mattbieeeen 4 Co.)
GEORGE L. BUIS 1' (of Buist & Buist.)
C. G. MEMMINGEU (of Meauuinger, Jervey k \
T. J. KERR (of T. J. Kerr & io.)
J D. AIKEN (Of J. D. Aiken k Co )
JOHN CAMPSLN (of John Carapson & Co.)
A. P. CA LT-WEI L (of R. & A. P. Caldwell.)
WILLIAM ?L RYAN.
J. T. WELSMAN.
J. J. G RI GG. o!" ?ranilovilto. S. C.
For fur'ber particulars apply at the Barbing
HoubO, Charleston, S. C.
G KO. B. CAMERON, President.
THOMAS K. WAKING, t n'-.".
Charleston, S. C., March li, 1669.
Mareta 13 2 i *
MPOtt TE. lt Si OK
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, Ac.,
Ani LValcrs ID
GEOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. ri. CORWIN it CO.
&?r*Good3 delivered to all parts ol the City,
Jg U W A ll O DALY,
GENERAL rOMHtSSTON MERCHANT,
No. 8-a Wa rmi -street.
PLTt^O^AL AT I I N nos Ort TO THE PUR
CH ?SE of nil kinds.? Ml U HANDKE. Boots,
sb-es. Hats.'"a s and Trt-.nu , u, straw Goods a
Coii8;cnroen*s of all kinds of Staple Articles and
gen?'Ui Proou-o polioiKd.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
?. ? - ., ^. Lat*' ?r Charleston. 8. 0.
Fem*-Weekly Price Currents sent fret by post.
January 88 wo OmoB
Cigars, toarra fcc.
SHOKI Mi TOBACCO I
OF E. T. PILKINTON'S (RICHMOND, VA ) CBL
FRUITS AND FLOWERS
In round and fquare boxes, and bags ot' J?, K and
1 lb, handsomely pu' np.
A supply just receiyed and offered at factory prices
by O FOLLIN.
March 16 2 No. 151 East Bay.
gm (1000)5, (Etc.
DRY wm m mm
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 348 King-street,
BEG LEAVE TO DRAW THE ATTENTION OF THE
PUBLIC TO THEIR VERT EXTENSIVE AND
WELL ASSOBIED STOC K OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, SILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES
TOWELINGS, DIAPERS, LEISH LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS
SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASING, in
Bleached acd Brown.
We invite'especial attention to our large Stock of
Dress Goods, Cloths and Embroi?
Which will be found very complete and reasonable.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 3? KISCSTREET,
BETWEEN MARKET AND HASEL STREETS.
March 2 . tuthslmo
FASHIONABLE DAY GOODS.
LOKD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
SOUTHE UN Ii T Y K II S
that their stock during thc coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever b dore, and an Inspection of lt before pur?
chasing elsewhere is so doited.
Ud vi UK their own buyers in each of tba principal
Eu opean markets, thej will bo able io tsulntalo, tbs
longes abashed* reputation oi the house tor keeping
desirable, ?uh able goods. Ol Wi.icb, aI?.o, their long
experience as successful ret.ilers ls ample guarantee.
The sere al <.?; ar m nts arc. via: .-ILK-, DR cs*
GO<D>, OLO'H> SHAWL?, i'LU-K>. UPHOLS
TfcRY, LINENS. WHITE GUODrt, HOSlEI Y and
GLOVES, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S ' UfFIT
TING, in each of which will bo lound goods relock?
ed cspeciaUy to meet the demands of southern cus?
Samples of N*w Goods sont upon application.
I.OBD A TAYLOR.
Noa 461, 463. 465 A 46T Broadway, 1 K.-VnrV
Nos. 255 . 257, 259 A* 261 Grand-street J "tw X0TS'
Nos. 461 to 467 Broadway, en rance ou Grand- nt.
Shirts ont /nraisl)ing ?oubs.
Prot riotor of the Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooda
Emporium, Meeting-street, near Markot, desirous
of bringing the famous
Shirts into general use, and believing that lt is only
necessary for gentlomon to wear these
once to be well pleased with them, will hereafter of?
fer them to his oustomers
the public generally at cost prices. His stock of
Neck lies. Scarfs and
will also be sold at snob prices as to defy competi?
tion, and If satisfaction is not
he will return the money. Hit ?barges are so rea?
sonable as ala.oat to make buyer, believe the articles
He is prepared to muk: shirts to order with the
utmost dispatch; and bl*, assortment of ready-made
Shirts is so full that bu>ors can bcfltteJ uta mo?
ment's notice. F T proor of these sialemouls call
Star ibirt and Furnishing Goods Emporium,
Meet ng-stroet, nearly opposite Market Hail,
JBUU.II> 1 CinoF
OFFICE Ko. 275 KING,
january 27 3m o
jy H. T R EA II O L JU,
No. 1 BRO AD-,S TR?BT,
cnaiinB-rox, s. c.,
MINER, SH1PPLU AND DEALER
Sont It enroll?? Kati ve ?onu .Pnosphatc.
January ll ?ni"?
J T . H li Jil P ll lt E V s ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MEUCHA A T.
SALIS OF REAL ESI A IE. .?TOCES. BONDS, SI
CURITIES AND PERsOnAI. PRl*PAXtZ
No. ?6 7 B i: o i u - s r it ;.: a r .
CHARLE- D >N, S. C.
Hon. H?NBT BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH, lea,,
General JAMES CONNKR, T. K. WARING, Esq.
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT OF PE
UUVIAN CDVE('.\>;K\T AT KEW
WE WILL DI LIVER THE ABOVE AT ANT DE?
POT ou thc Wilmiucton and Manchester
Railroad at $98, cash, ncr ton of 2240 pounds; and at
Columbia, 8. C., at $95 per ton of 224it pounds,
March 16 '.- rutli2 Adger'a Wharf. '
CROASDALE'S ar?TJTNE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
For sale by WM. GURN'BY.
No. 102 Pan Bay,
Sole Agent for South Carolina.
1 flAl 1 BARRELS LAND PLASTE!". TO AB
J.IJV/V' RIVE por Schooners Scud and Mai ion
Orders received by OLNEY fe CO
MI ESA PEAKE GUANO.
AN AMMONIATED SOLUBLE
COMBINING ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
ANJ*> -PERUVIAN GUANO.
THIS FERTILIZER IS WARRANTED TO GIVE
satisfaction. Planlers and farmers are invited
to send ior pamphlet*, descriptivo of its virtues and
how to anpty it.
jfW Price. $65 per ton of 2000 lbs.
For sale by U. M. BUTLER,
February 17 Agent at Charleston. S. C.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
rpHIS GUANO D?FrliB** FROM PERUVIAN
.Lg Guano simply in 'be relative proportions of
the. Same, eh meurs of 1er til I ty.
Its uso during the past four years for the culture
of rot ion and -ora has given to it a character for
standard exoellonce unsurpassed by gonume Peru?
vian Guano, end where seasous of drought inter?
vene, it produces a largelncroa?o of orops.
The pi ice at whice this Guano is placed is so
much below that of Peruvian Guano, as to constitute
it an object ol material importance to Southern
Tee large capital and resources of the Uompany
enable lt to furuish a Guano of tho highest value at
the lowest pot-aible coat to consumer- and the
buthest interest of the Company is reeogntaed in
Ibo Company looks to large solos, sinai profits
and a permanent trade for compensation on capital
Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, of South Caro?
lina, is Seien h he Director to tho Company,
which affords a sure Guarantee, ot the continued ex?
cellence of the Guano. Nono genuine u n los brand?
ed wit h tho natue ol JOHN S. KEfc.->fck 0O.. Gene?
ral Agents ol the PACIFiC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode of applica.ion. apply to
J. A. ROU?ON,
A gout for the State ol -ouih Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
De oem' er 19 nao stutb3mo
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
SABI'Y'S "90LCBLH PHOSPHO-PERDVIAN.'
SARDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,'
HIGHEST GRADES? PURE l?HO?iPHA
TJC GUANOS AM? G ROU AID
THE BBB OFTHB ABOVfa. SOLU ULE PHOSPHO
PBllTJVIANund Aratnoui .ted Soluble Pacific
Guanos la particularly recommended, beinir com
poui ?ls ot the neuest Pacifio Pbo-pbatic Guano,
rendered soluble; thc former o ntaiuiu-,' twenty per
cont of Pe.-uvit.u Guano, and ibe latter highly am?
moniated with animal maller-maitlug tho most
concentrated -nd prohtabie fortil.zors in use for out
ton, cern, wheat and i oltaceo,
for sale ni baits and burris, (u quantics to suit.
Testimon'als from ?bose wh i havo used the above
will be tumi ed on application.
GRABBER, I tL, SM'TM dt CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
"Feed yow Land and It will Feed Von."
December 24 MO thstutmo
To Farmers and Planters.
ZE L L'S
AMOMATED BOM SOPERITOPflATF,
FOB COTTON, TOBACCO. COHN,OATH. WHEAT,
Bye, Potaioes. Turnips, Grace, ?>, Permanently
improve the suiL Quick find uolive as Penman
Gu .no. For this valuable FERTILIZAR we only
?ek a trial aide by ?lae with any tn Ino market, to at?
test ita supeuoriiy.
P. ZELT, fe BONS.
No. 69 south-street, Baltimore, Maryland.
For sale on accommodating terms -aeeh or credit-j
BCRKVEN & NISBET,
Accommadation Wharf, Charleston, South Carolina.
THE LODI HAN?FiCTuEIH? CO.
INVITB PLA NT LUS* AND FABMEKS TO SEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilisers.
Woofler our DOUHLh BEFI.NB^ P UDRF.1TE,
equal to thc best buperphosphate, at tai .ow pri?e
of i'2b i er ton. I hm Company aine make M supe?
rior article oi Nltrophospbale and pure 'lane Li mt.
E. M. i OM?. Mnithfleld, Va,, says whore Lea med
tb- Double BeUliod J ?adrette eu cona it sou'Jled the
WILLIAMS BROS , Dover, Del., says it gave th-ir
rhubarb and tomatoo a vigeious growth, ripening
the lat'or two weeks earner
P. W. UDTOHISON. .T, uearC'ierokoe, Ga., says it
nearly doubled bis yield ot cottou.
Hon. IL: S. >BOBTEH, Etifauia, Ala., soys his cot?
ton wa* fully equal to adjoining holds manured with
the best buporplm-phatcs.
S. .VoHioumur, Kl avilie. Qa., say? it increased
bia iron ot colton 150 lbs per aorc.
G. S. OOLKSDT. ii anet a, Ga., use 1 it on corn and
cotton and pays it u> re than doubled tho \ lcd ce
regards lt the cheapest and must roiab.e Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
hx-Uovenior MI.rn, Warrenton. VA,, tried it wub
three several crops the last and present y Bx nt, und
says: 'T pronounce it with ceuh louee a moat valua?
Ibe Superintendent of t? enera i V. R. 'ox, Polk
Island Plantatluu, N. C., saye: 'i think Ibo Poi ?dre tte
used fer c-iru ca' ni be surp.i*>eJ; us. d it also on
cotton which priiduccd a Iorgo yi<:.d.
Dr. E. M. 1-KN DOTO?, Hi arta, Ga., says: "Tho
Nitrophosphuio ol la.i.e. used ou cutten malo 2IS
per rent tho first year.
Plotetfur CIKOIIUK H. Cooa, '.f tue ^ew Jcrse>
State Agricultural ?.ollege, al New hruiMWiek. -ays:
"Ibo Double keliud I'ouUrotteand ^iiu-uphusphute
of Limu paid us lull ltHI percent. aooVe their mar?
ket value lu UM mercase oi crops thu .war."
Address LODI UANUFtC UttING COMPANY,
Box :il3D. New York l'osto?leo. Ullke No. W Court
J. A. EN SLOW & CO.
Cfl A RLE8TOS,
AGENTS von THE CO.uTAXY.
January ll ibstu&oiM
TUH,\ L) . A L Li X A Si li Ju. xi ,
NOTARY PU?UC AND O BN RR AL AGENT,
No. ll) Itioad-ntrcct.
RESPEC1 FULLY SOLKTIS DdSlNKSS IN AO.
JUSTING ACUO?N'IS ol Morchauts nud others,
and ru WRITING OP AND IMI i'lNG lbo:r DOiiCS,
either lu part or whoo fee. January
AM ES A. DUFFUS,
No. 9 STATE-STUB BT,
OFFi?R? III- >EriYlfES TO i'rlE PCB I I'! AH
a GcNEUAL AGENT fer the dil LC . . IO* O"
Rl Nr>. ACCOUNTS, BUVINO AND SELLING OP
RE W. AND PJBK-ONAl. PB?i'Kh i Y, an i aa.- utln r
C'omml-aion liu-iuoss th.it may bu entrust U to Iiis
care. Ue will be prompt in the destbarge of duu.-s,
an., will endeavor to thu he.t ol bis ability to gi vu
saliaiac iou. M ireh 12
JJOLMKS di SJ Al BETH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
Cbarle.-lou. h. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEER*. REALFBTATK
GENERAL COtlJl ! SS 1U li A ii UN'TS.
Will atttend to Rantin.; and Collecting of-feu ts
and parchase and sa'e cf t>ioc-.a, non ia, GoiU,
Silver and Beal Estate,
To the Par?base of Goods and Suppl ios for parlies
ia the eora try upon reasonable (erma,
as?nos L. HOLMES.AUKANDES MACBZXB.
friifl?, Chcmtrals, ?f.
C. F. PANKNIN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 193 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
rjUE ADVERTISER BEOS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bia ato?le of tbo best Imported and Domes
Of hi? business be bestows the utmost personal ein
and attendra, and guarantees the PCB I TT of the
MEDICINES used ht compounding.
Prepared carefollr at au) hours of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIESANN k CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nair Brashes.
DJ LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agenoy for lbs sale of the eelebrated
Kockbridge Alum Spring Water,
A supply of wbloh ts always on band.
Which bave eetebliibad fox themselves a reputation
surpass ed by none.
Through constant effort and attention he boj es to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
bas hitherto been extended to bun.
DRU Ch ?3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
(LATIS E. II. KULhEK? & CO.,)
N: 131 BEBTING-S TBBBT, NEA lt HA BB BT,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND, AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWBsl MARKET RATES, :
PLANTATION BUTE RS
HUFE LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
JAYNli'S ALTERATIVE, EXPECTORANT,
RAD WAYS MEDICINES
I: ELM HOLD'S BUOHU
DEAD .-nOT, Ac.
HALL'S SICILIAN FLUR RENE v\ FR
CHEVALIER'S LI iE FOR THE HAIR
LYON'S KATH ALUON
CHALFAN L'S COCOA CREAM, Ac
NO CUR J:! NORAY!
PURKESrtj JUMPER TAU.
H . B A K R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
_ March 12_ _
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
\V HOL .'.SALE AND EMAIL :
CARBO.NA 1 L HF AMMONIA
UtliAM OF TARTAR.
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 1 31 MEE xINQ-ST BEET.
Matu 4 _ _
"Biiiitis m mm.
TUE UND'- lt .-ION LD CALLS iHE ATTF.NTIt N
I nf Po Lea.y ai.d ouu'.ry purchasers to hu lar^?
s:o. ?oi..J I G ,V ?L'i'V!bI INllS, P, HI-U.M
I ELY, FA if Yi;u< ID-, fco., A-o., ul! of whi.hno o;
lera ac the 1 >\n,.;i ta ir'aiK rat.'B.
No. 131 MEE ITNG-tiTREE T, NEAR MAR?
Potatoes! Potatoes! Potatoes!
BY LAUREY & ALfcXANDO.
TH?8 DAY, lath instant, will be-sold before our
Ftore, No. 137 Fast Bay. st 10 o'clock
200 bbl?. POTATOES, viz: Pink Eye?, Pea h
Blows. Chili Beds, Western Beds, Jacksoa Whites,
Condidona cai'h._March 16
On Account of all Concerned-Bacon Strips,
Belly Bacon and Barns
BY LAUKEY & ALFX ANDER.
TbIS DAY. IStb instant, will,be sold in our Store.
No. 187 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of all
7boxes??ow York Sugar-cured 81 BIPS
9 bbl'. Belly Bacon
4 boxes Hams.
Conditions cash._ March 16
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold, on Brrwn's Wharf.THIS DAY, at three
quarters-i asl n o'clock,
10,000 tts . ligar-cured STRIPS
60 tub- Orange Connly lintier
40 tubs Butt er, now landing, lower grade
60 tubs 1 ard
40 ca?es Liquors
10 rrates Open Crockery, all Granite.
Fneh as Covered Cut?> bera rwers and Basins,
Plates, Dionea, Bowls, Nappes, Ca se rails, Tureens,
Jugs, Ao, atc.
Condition ca'h._March 16
BY HENRY COB IA & CO.
TB IS DAY, at half-past 0 o'clock, in front of our
store, will bc sold,
100 barrels POTATOES.
Condiciona casb. March 16
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TBIS DAY, the IOU?. wUl be so'd before our store,
at ball psst 9 < 'clock.
26 bbla New York City MESS BEEF, just receiv?
ed and in floe order.
OonJiUons ca-h. March 16
BY R. & A, P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tbe 16tb,will be sold before our store,
at h a If-past 9 o'clock,
60 bbl*. BRUCE'S FliKTIUZER.
Conditions cash. March 16
Potatoes, Bacon, ??c.
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAT, the 161b instant, will be sold belore our
? tore, at bau" past 9 o'clock,
100 BAB ii ELS POTATOES.
Narrow Baco Strips
Drv baited bides and Shoulders
Smoked and Pty malted Bellies. March 10
BY R. ?1. MARSHALL & BRO.
Will bc so d THIS DAY. at ha f past 10 o'clock, on
the pr em I-?.?H, No. 68 Broad-street,
A lot of BULL,VINO, Counters aud Drawors.
Cone ir on.? casb. Articles to ba removed tame day.
Desirable Store, King street, AV 343, Fifth
Door from Liberty.
W. Y. LEITCH & H. & BRUNS,
WiU be sold, TU! R?Y, March 16th, at tbs Old
Pos.ofllce, at 11 o'clock,
That desirab'o t?os..ry WO DBS BUTf>DINO.
known as No. 843 King-street with bree store capa
bio of being extend, d one hundred f.et tn length.
Houe ? romains six good tooms, besides kitchen.
S'ore at present measure- 6< fowl in length Lot
mca.-nrc< 20 feet front, by lott in depib. more or less.
1 erma-t ne-q uar 1er cash ; balouc in one, two an.i
three year-?, with interest. > ci ured ny bond aoil mort
page; property tn bc insured ono policy assigned.
Puo'bascr to pay for popers and stamps.
Tho property is a good investment, and can bo
treated ter st private sale at any tuite before the 16ib
of March. fmtli3mchl3.1S 16_March 10
. Steamer Rockland, at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BR?NS,
Will be sold at Auction, TCMoRROW. 17th lnat.,
in front of the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
The hi tl A M ICR liOCKLtNO, ss she now des on
tho bank near Hog Island Channel Tho Eug un bas
been recently put in complete orner; ia a Beam
Engine26 IMO C-;ln''er, 6 Inch Strode. Tbe Hu. 1
ls sheathed with yell'tr ter lah
'Joras-One-half cash; ba lane* jo note at thirty
days, with bank interest, and approved endorser.
March 16_ . ftttw3
Horses, Vehicles; also, Furniture, Twenty Mat?
tresses, Pillows, Jrc., at Auction,
BY o. MYKIDE SMITH.
TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clook, at bis Salesroom.
HOOP 1 PON*. Ax'-a. Curry Tombs, Garden Hoon,
Coffee and Spice Mills, Blacking, Ao.
A Small and neat Dwelling, No. 97 Smith
street, west side, two <doors south of Can?
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On THURSDAY, (be 18th instant, at ll o'clock, al
the Old Post?nico.
Terms-Half coob; the I alance in one and twe
years secured as usual. Purchaser to pay G. MoB,
8. for papers and stamps. . 8tuwih4 March 19
Valuable Plantation at A uction.
BY J. FRASER MATH EWES?
By virtue of an order ol sa'e io m . directed by the
Hon George a. Bryan, Judge of the O S. District
Court for the District ot South Carolina, 1 will
offer fir ? sale at public auction, at the Old Post
rfflue, foot <f broid-streot, Charleston, B C., on
WEONEADAY, IL ruh 24ih. lt (13, at II o'clock,
All that valuable PLANTATION OR TRACT OB
LAND, tu 11. Lu io's Parish, in the County of Beau?
fort and State of South t arolina, co-nmonly known
' Hellefair," and rout lining eight honored anl
elxty-i. ur acres, mor-> or less.
'terms cash. Purchaser to pay for paper* aud
stamps. LOCI-' MoLAlN,
Assigne of E. H Barnwell, Bankrupt.
March 4 * th?2mwf8
MULE BOOIS I OR P.OUGBING IN BICE
IJH s manufactured on an improved style,
and sold low by F F CHAPEAU,
No. 68 Me ting-street,
March 10 G .Next'to Mills Honso.
T> ? K K ti U fl ? BATES,
L CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
IZA UL EH, y. r.
'fbi* celebrated Ale is brewed fros'i all through
thu y.-ar and ls coarauteed to keep sound (brough
thu liotip.-i woaUter umi on that s coo1 nt is of a I
Ales Ute best adapted to the ? mrliern climate. Tb*
proprietors arc Jcs tons ol sMibiUuiug a trade for
their Ale in ibis -cctio.i, uud wirb <o >\. >ke ae
riuj?i>tuenll Willi ?omi rn rtf.Mle. re-pousitle party
to Uko'tie geucv ?ur Hie s ?lo ?if lt 'ii ?'bail stun
a;..! vicinity. KZEItsoN A RA l es.
Uailc-m .-tallou, >ew YorkC-ty.
i-c mi iry 13 Smo
LOT AM P???is EXPOdlTIllE
o. jtsr. T.
SIX CORD, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Th'reatl being Six Cord to No.
60, purely Soft Finish, is rewnvrnoided for ita
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
PriBcipui Who!e>a!e and Kemi.
Dry GwotUaiid Notion D'edt-rs.
February 27 Smo
No. 875 KI * ?-VS* lt tc KT.
GOLD ANO TIN FOIL, \M ALI AMS, MINERAL
TELTU, Steel Goods, and every article U9sd by the
Dentist. 2mo Jan nary 2T
Balance Stock of i Fou l Diy Goode Store,
with a General Assortment of Fashionable
BY JOHN G. M?LNOR & CO.
THIS DAT, 16th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will seU, E
at our Auction r'a'etroom, N??. 1' 8 Mccting-Bo-e-1,
THE BA LANCE OF A STOCK OF A BETAIL DBS?
OOWHISTIKO IT? PABT OF:
WHITE ABl BBOWNLINLKDU K ANDDRILL,
Black Drap D'Et?, Plain end Fan v Cottonadesv
Mourning alutlin, Co'ored Chambray. Blade tread .
cloth. Block Satinets. Fleck Ixe-Vms, Gauze"
Merino Underahirte, M draa and Pocket Handker?
chief, linen Cambrlo Handkerchiefs, Lappeit
Skirting, Jocone* C?mbrica, Bleck Alpaca,; Gir-g
hams, cotton Cambrics. Wblto and Colored Linen
Boaom Shirts, Pocket Knives.
LADIES'HATS AND BONNFT8. Men's Inborn,
and Stiaw Bats, Cap-, Umbrellas, tc.
Con ilfona cith._ March ld J
Sale of Stores on Market street, by Order of
BY I0WNDE8 & '?RIMBALt,
Ho. 26 Broad-street.
WU1 be sold TRIS DAT tho 16 b March, at tbs Old
Poetofflce, Br rm d-street at ll o'clock A. M,, > '.
AU that LOT OF LAN i', with tba Buildings there?
on, situate OB the loath side o Market-street, (be?
tween Meeting and Church).known as Nos. 66, 61
and 69. - .
Lot measures on Ma-ket-sfreet 60 feet 6 inches; ont
the east line 71 feet 3 inc ie* ; on the w et 70 feet S
lache? ; on the south line 6i feet, be ibo same mora
Terms-One-third cash; bala nee ta one and two)
years. Interest payable semi-sntiuallv. to be secursd
bv a bond of Ibe puretaser and mortgage of tho
premises sold.' Buildings to be m ni red and policy
assigned. Purchaser lo pay for paper? amd stamps,
March 16 sluthmtuS
l.VDElt DKCBEK IH ?.Q,UITY? M
The Provident Institution for Saving in the tt'iy
of Charleston vs. Robert J Limchoute.
BY A. C McG LLIYBAY,
Auctioneer. , , .
By virtue of the Decree made In this ease, I wiU eel,
at the Old Pcetotlice, TH I?'DAY, the 16th dar
of March next, at ll o'clock \. M.,
All that LuT OF LAND, situate, ly ag and teing"
on the south fide of Tradd-aireet in the Oliy o'
Charleston, with a Dwelling House and BnHdtac
'bereen, formerly known by tbe n -mher six ty-nine
(09), but now by the number seventy-seven (No. 77);
butting and bounding lo ihr couth on land now or
Ute of James Engli-fc. to the ea t on 'and now or
late of B. W. Bc ns:'man, to tbe west on land noW or
late of John Cunningham, and tu tbe - north om.
Iradd-strtet. Measuring aud, containing in Trent
thirty-six- (36) feet, mot? or Ifcss. aud in depth, by
measurement as the fence now st?nde, one hundred
(1O0) feet more or less, being the same lot conveyed
to hobart Limehouaeby Henry C. G over, i-roca sor
of John Duncan, by deed bealing date the 26th day
of Marob. 1828, bv which said deed the depth of th?
above lot ia described as ene hundred and twenty
tl30) feet, more or leis.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance on a credit of one
year, to be secured by bond and mortgage of prom?
ises; the buildings to be insured, and ko pt Insured,
sud the policy-assigned. Pura nose* to pay for paper*
and stamps. . b. W. iL MACKEY,
March 16_ l.mchl 846_ 8. 0. Cl
WDEKDKChEE IN EQUITY- .
William M. Bailey, \t al, vs. '? Charles ? ffJt
Whaley, et aU
BY A. C. W? ?TrjJVRAY,
On TUESDAY. 23d day of Marsh 1800. will be aold,
in front of the Oin Custom ouse, at ll o'clock:
A. M., . ,
AU tbat PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate and being on Wad nal.\w aliud, Ch arie'?OB
County, measuring and containlug 2iH) seres, more)
or less; hulling and bonudmg north on Wadmalavr
Sound, south on lands of Joseph . Whitey, east on
lands o Geor?o .-oharlojk, and weston lands of Ed?
TermB-One-third cash; balance on a credit ef
one and two years, with interva . rom day of sale, sc?
oured rn hoed ot ourchaser aud mortgage of premi?
ses. Purchaser to pay tor pap rs aud stamps.
' E." W. U. MACKEY, ii
March2_tat_i>. C 0.
L'A OK ll A ?KCRKE IN EQUITY. .
Thomas Carraghervs. Edward Lee, Adminit~
trefor of Dennis i.efferman, et ai..
BY A. C. M di I LL IV KAT,
WiU be sold, in front of the Ol Customhouse, orr
TUESDAY, the 0th day or April next, at ll o'clock
AU that LOT OK LAN c. with the Build ngs and
improvements th roon, e'tuaie a ,u h side of Hen?
rietta-street. City or charleara i, s. o., measuring
and containing ia iront ou Henrietta street ai feet,
and ta d?jth from north to soutx HO feet, mole oe
lass; butting and bound! ig mrth m Henrietta
street, east on lands now er laie of Baute Francia
Cann and. south on lands DO? or late of J'mee Paro*
ley, end weet on lauds now or late of --arab Fields. .
Terms-One-third oisb; b deuce ta' one and twa
yi ara, secured by boi.d of the purchaser, with in?
terest irom dav of sale and mortgage of the pre?
mises, with privilege ? t the purchaser to pay that
whole purchase prie? ta cash. Purchaser to pay ftc
papera and stamp J.
E. W. M. MACK ET, 8. O. O.
March 16 . to?
Jlnrttoncfrs1 |)riDQtf ^alcg.
Billiard Tahl s
BY A. C. McG! LU YR A if.
No. 39 Broad-street, sign, ot tile Ked Pott
At PriTate sale
Three ef Kavanagh it Decker's four poeket A Vd.'
1 TABLES, Slate Bede, in good order. Apply at
once as above. 8 March IS
Residence on Broad street.
BY LOWNDES & (.'If?KBAIX,
No. 26 Broad-street.
At Th va te Sale
That three storr BRI Tv HOUSB, known as No. 96
Broad-street, coatai lng 6 ro >oa?, paalry sal dress?
ing rooms, with kitchen of 4 rooms. Gae through?
out th? House. Lot 8< b. 134 lee. deep.
LOTS on Rutledge avenue an 1 Nunan-atreet. *.
February 16 "106
Residence in Lamboll-nreet.
BY LOWNDES & (?.'MMBALL,
No. 26 Broad-etrc < t.
At Private Sals
That large RESIDENCE, Ne. ll Lambeu-street,
containing niuo rooms and dieaaiug roon? i ; water
works ia the lieuse. Lot measures ftf by 130 feet.
Fol rua' y 23 tatbA
^arijincrn, (Castings, (Ctr.
PHOiNIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TA\ LOR* OO.
CA DI KHUN dc CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &e*?
Nos. 4. G nndS PRITCBARD-STREEI,
(WEAR TBE DRX DOCK),
Charleston, S. C.
isIEA il ENGIN ES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATION ERV AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVEB?
SHAFTING, TULLEYS AND OE A RI Nd,
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASILNGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We jrn iran ten to famish EN GI VB -t sud BOILS
of aa goo. I quality au] power, ..a 1 atas low rates
caa be had ta New York. Baltimore or Pin lade ia hi
Ashcroft'* lji?ir*?rater Detector,
inB ONLY PEI FEG I SECUPJTY AGAINS?
DAMAGE FUO I LOW WATBB IN
I LIE BGLLBR.
REPAIR* PSOUPILT AT J BND BD Tf.
February 1 nee Sao*