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A UCT?ON S A L ES THIS DA Y.
LEITCH & BRUIS wdi sell at ll o'clock, at
the o d Pos o?Ve the steamer Rockland
t G. UCBHIDK .-irrrn will sell at 10 o'alock, in iront
of btssaiesro tu, Droad-street, boise.?, vehicles tc.
R. M. MAE- HAL L k D o rn i.it will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, at (..droffice, Rrcsd-sire t, mules, voni
Ilma DBAZX ? Pl * i H at 10 o'clock, ia bis store,
corner Kine sud Liletry sn cet?, dry goods, clo>h
iug and hats.
N. HUNT & So? will tell at 18 o'clock, at their
salearo >m. Meeiiug-stre- bootu, s- ocsaud brogaus.
J. FHA?EB y ATiinvTEs wi 1 sell at ll o'clock, at
his office, Broad street, a iad.de and draft horse.
% MEBTINGS THIS DAY.
St. Patrick's Benevok ut Society, at 8 A. M.
Hibernian society, at 12 M.
rZebrow Benevolent Society, at h ilf-pa?t 7 P. If.
Savannah and Cl at les.on Holliood, at 13 M.
Jefferson Lodge, ut 7 If. M.
Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Asjocletion, at
half-pan 7 P. U.
LECTURE BY BISHOP PEBI-ICO.-Bight Rev.
Bishop Persi o wUl dehvor a lecture at Joseph's
- Church on Th?.isd^y evening at eight o'clock. Ad
mUsion twemy-Qve cent'. 1 be high reputation cf
the reverend lecturer, and the good soject to which
the receipts wUl oe appropriated, should draw a
ABBESTS.-The Columbia Phoenix, of yester?
day, says: "Hen-y Key, sr., and John Henry Koy,
his son, Robert K-rnigan, Pleasant Sharpton aud
William E. flint, accused of not and attempt to
murder William Kouoedy, Deputy Stat? Constable,
reached this city lait overing, in charge of State
Constable bubbard. and io o lodged 'n Jail "
FIOHT AND STABBINO AFFRAY.-Last Sunday
afternoon, a se ions fight occurred in Shcph rd
slreet, batwoen live or six white mes, when kuivos
were drawn and ono of thc part , by the naoio of
Chorion, wa? cut five tim s In the ha kan 1 side.
Ho is said to bc dangerously wounded and laid up.
Tho matter is un?er?io ng iuves.iga Jon by a magis?
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. -Today, the great Irish
anniversary, tho heurts of the sons of Erin all over
tho world beat responi ve to tender recol'cctions cf
their native od and w.U not be for ot ton iu Charl, s
ton. TheHiberniiu Koeioty will -ITO a grand dinner,
while the .st Patrick's roc?o y and other Iri-h or?
ganizations will each celebrate the day stier their
CAUTION_Wc undorstaud that a female call?
ing he^lf Mr-. Sniyihi is going around the elly
soliciting aid and C'l.cetiug money for tho "ladies
Mutual id Association." Wt hav.- been requeued
by tike Otlicera O' ?ai . s ocia iou to state ta at n>
such perso J is autuo iz d to do so. but only such as
arc tho rt c i or Cullec ors. an 1 who have their boo.s
with tho t>i??ua!uies of the ?fllcora ot' the association.
DESECRATION.-S imo of the visitors to Mag?
nolia Cerne cry,of lato, have been acting in a moat
scandalous mau er. obippmj off pieces ot the tomb
stones, destroy tag th J fl wera and plants, and other?
wise deaooiatiig 'be home ol the d<ad. Coi dJ not
detectives be effectively ruipluy? d to ferret out tho
perpetrators or thesa outrages! Certainly some
steps should betakeu to laing them to condign pun?
SUDDEN COLD.-The cool change which the
thermometer inform d ns took place in Richmond
on Monday, was not long in reaching this latitude.
Tho thermometer which, in the middle ot the day,
on Monday, stood at ; even ty-two. by sunrise ou
Tuesday nacrning had fulleo to tho neighborhood ot
forty, enJ all dat yes.etd y the weather was cold,
blustering und disagreeable, the budden change
hoing aov.roly felt.
UNDINE drew another line bouse at the thea?
tre last night. The performance was not, on the
whole, as great a ance ss as cinderella, but the audi?
ence seemed wt ll phased, abd iho ballet scenos and
some of the tongs w*-ro applauded to the echo. Ma..
ager Whitman deserves credit tor the excellent enter?
tainment ho has givou us, and he and his company
will be welcome whenever tsey may see flt to pay
Charleston another visit.
WANTED, LODGINGS- Tho rush of visitors
has t^ken the hotel abd board.ng house keepers by
surprise and upset all tueir calculations, lue
Charleston Hotel is lull from the basem -nt to the
garret, and is refusing customers, while tbe Pavilion
Hotel is in tho narnu pleasant predicament. These
visitors did not come down to seo Madame Liaci or
Laura Bell or any e ther ma-j, but to seo the spring
geods which can bo b eight to better advantage In
Charleston than any othor place WA wot of.
THE CITY FULL.-There are more couutry
merehauts ana strangers generally in tho city than
tberahavebern.it ajy ou tim* since 'lie clo ;e of
the war. The wh lessie houses s em to be crowded,
and tho tapping und hammering lit? a*, night,
together witu the bright lights ia the stores, give old
Charlestou almo t an arte bt'lum lo k. 030 of the
most gratifying featuros of t.ie business of thc
present season is the f ct that merchants have como
up from .Alabama and Georgia who have not visit d
ns since Appomittox. Gradual y are we winning
back our old trade. Blood will ted 1
THE PEAK FAMILY' SWISS BELL RINOEBS.
Iho renowned Peak Family aro shortly to give a
senes cf then* oeLiyh.'iul entertainm< nts at tho Hi?
bernian Boil. lu tho manipularon ol their tuvori.e
iustnunouts tho Puah 1 -mi.y exhibit dexterity Waich
can only Lc attulmd by .ong years ol practice. Their
range of music is ubi SJ limi cd as ia fermer days,
as ia addition io thc ;-orf oruiauce at thc bed lable,
Lucy cow give a great variety of other iu-truiueuial
music, a concert bani, tie- principal members of
whi h are yuitaj ladies, boi l;: OJ: of Ibo chief at?
tractions. Aaihoirstav lu Charleston will be limit
r ? to four days, tlioy will probably draw lu'l houses,
.'?'Lu -eats should bo te ure I in lia;?.
T;L-.C:.TTKIO STAT :S COURT. MARCH IS-HON.
GEO. S. Bi.YAN. PRESIDING.- -he reiiort of Bt
rriitrar Carpeu>r ou tac petition of Wm. Miller
to establish liena was confirmed, and order of sale
granted, ibu repottof tho i.cgistrar in thc ca c ol
J. O. B. Dargan on petition to eslab.ish lien in thc
matter cl D. li. Cl.liney was confirmed, aud sal-.
ordered, aud on' of proceed^ costs to be paia aud
buliL'ce r?'urt:od subj ct lo oidor of iho cuurt. Tao
Bo^'atrar ripened fuvjruo y on tho petit?, u ot ll.
T. Wright to set < tl a no c agaius judgment ia the
Case of A. J. aniylj, bantrupt, and t o order waa
sec rdiugly made. Tue ca e ot J. A.Q raekeub sh,
petiiiouar to place A. W. and C. c. Th.mes m in?
voluntary bankruptcy, came up for hearing, and tho
dcutun; were ceclarod bankiupts, and ordered with?
in five d y? to delivo to iluishal or Aloiscugtr a
schedule of ?h-?ir effect?, ic.
FASHION NOTES.-The pannier ia cow pretty
Light green and viole', ato to be tho fashionable
High-buuon"d Polish boois of block kid are tue
most fashionable bait* far prom jua io
trench gilt and imitaiiou J.wo ry is still the rage,
and has almost entirely rapcrCided tbor.-al aitiole.
frcveial would-be lashio-a .le families cu Fifth
aveuue have added gaily dressed pajes and fluukey s
to their domosiic household.
The nat'y EuglisU cat a-way coat, With alda flap?,
will bf the correct aad lash onaoio s.yie for gentle?
men this tpring.
Loee his bocona e a furor? in New York, and all tho
old trunk- and chests of our grandmothers are hoing
ransacked to get tho baT-forgoileu coowebs ot ? for?
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS apirear at Hi
beraiau Hall tr-nirht for the fi rf-1 time aud will pro
eout a bill of varie i and rare attractions. The com?
pany cmbrjcrs in its li-t of performers, opera coic
medu.L? flue singers and experi dauccrs. 7 here is
a fine brass banu attached to tuc troupo.
BADLY SOLD.- I bero was a largo and cnlhn
siast'c meeting of tho RepuohVan party at the Mili?
tary Hall on Tuesday night, for the j.urposo of ex?
pressing tbo feniimeaU of thc Itepubl can party
with reterenco to the rumore) Federal appoiul
meat?, 'lne meetiug was ardre.", ed by the U ou
Giihe t Pi Isbnry. J. G. Mackey and Squire Bunch.
The burdon of tho speeches was a hearty end<>r-o
montof a preamble and se: cf resolutions off red by
Mr. Wm. Tait, deuouneiLg George W. Clark, J. D. Ged?
ding?, L. T. Potter, J. P. it. Eppltg, and others, as
not being in affiliation with tho paity; expressing
thj hope that they will be left in ihe "cold," in the
distribution of Tederal patronage. In substance, the
meeting was bimllar in Charleston to the one held
in Columbia, save tuat it was entirely devoid of dic?
Bu KOL A RT AND MURDER >U3 ASSAULT.-About
two o'clock on Monday morning. Mrs. McBride, re
siding with her husband, Mr. Barnev McBride, in
Cannon-street, between St. IhiliD and Ki g, was
awakened by _ som o one mo vin g a chair near her bed?
side. Sh J cilled to her husband, but before he
could be aroused, the burglar a truck Mrs. Mc'.tri Jo
t.vo severe blows on the bead abd one on the back.
Tne noise awakened her husband, who ?ustanlly
jumped np and in his confusion called to the police
from tho window. Sergeant N chou and Lieutenant
Campbell, ot the upper waids force, soon appeared,
round that th: premises had been thoroughly ran?
sack d, and Mr. McBride robbed of $281 75 m green?
backs. Ihis was one of the most adroitly planned
robberies that has ever boen pe ni eira; o j in our city
-the thief making the mist careful provision for his
relreat before he began operation. The party is
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-Tho following sales of
real estate wore effected yes erday:
By Lowndes 4: Gnmbali-Lot of land six v by
seven-ty feet with buildings thereon, on south sida
of Market-street, $5353; one-third cash, balase, in
one and two years.
By A. C. McGUlivray-Lot of land thirty-five by
one hundred aud twenty-'our feo;, with two story
wooden dwelling, east side Rutledgo, above ?priog
street, ki. own as No. 70, for Sillo; one-half cash,
balance in o.ie year. Lot of laud No. 77 Tiadd
street. south side, thirty-six by one hundred iee!,
with buildings thereon, for $975; one-half cash,
balance iu one year. Three lota of land, continguous,
five huud. od and sc venteen feet by ono hundred and
seventy-two feet ia ail, in the village of Mouut
Pleasant, for $1000; one-half cash, balance in ono and
two ye rf.
By Leitch & Bruns-Lot of land, twenty-six by one
huudred and sixty-eight fiet, with store there n,
No 31 i King-sirout, $5J 0; oue-quartercasb, balance
in otic, two and three years, bmall house ia
Rodger's alley, lor $360 cash.
CLUBS AND STAR-.-Tba following cases wore
disposed of belorc the Mayor's Court yesterday:
John Bargleird, white, under tho iuflueuco o'
liquor and disorderly in a bar-room iu Market-strtet.
Fined i.3: paid.
T. spencer, colorod, lying down druuk in Church
street. Fined ?3; couldn't pay, anu '-sentup."
A. Fields, colored, disorderly conduct in King
street and iexisting pohce. Fiucd $5; couldu't pay,
and Sbu up.
N. Harle,iou, colorad, who applied for lodging the
night bo oro. was di-charged.
Sere, al citizens were re porto! for not having a
platiorui iu fr"nt of their gates, au I were flood ?5
O iver Rouse, white, druuk in St. Michael's alle\
and disorderly conduct iu uuardhousc. ' ined $5
for bel?g druus, and $1* lor striking the poi ic man.
John Chesuut. colored, arroiied hy ' iii . ra Recd
and Ni..son on tho charge of stealing f wi.? fr -ru D.
Faust, at the orner ot Elliott uud Church streets.
Ut ld 1 r oxammaiiou.
'.Pete Bigbgrass" wa? sentenced to twenty days
in tho Bouse of Con ?orion, tor escaping trom tue
guard A hen sent to work ou thc drains, for pretend?
ing to be sick in the hospital
Au attempt to break jail, by cutting through the
iron bars, was discovered yesterday morn!air, by
the assistant jadors, in timo to frustrate the plan.
HOTEL Anim ALS, MARCH IC- Pavilion Hotel.
C B Lartlgue. Blackville; H Oorham, slea ship
Saragossa; P S Worshani, cooper River; J J AuUcy,
Orang l urg; Wm Stearns, Mayfield. Fla; W H Smith,
Warrenloo; H W Boud, LimM County, Ga; J M
Gourdock, Newberry ; JOB W Saxlon, W a Morehead,
Union; Isaac Sauls, Jr, Smoke'a Crons Hoads; W E
Smith, G F Wi cox, W K Goodrich Now York; A B
Wood, A K Wright, John K Swain, i-y.acuso, N Y;
J Weathersbee, Augusta; Wm tiuclair, New York:
Robert ' uttJc St Stephens; W S Davis, Georgia; Jno
9 Sall, iennosscc; J W smith S C bowling. Ram.
berg; D Louis. Orangebn' g; J J 1 avis and wife, Glen
Falls; W W Williams, Monck'* Corner; S W Maurice,
Kiugetree; W F Pooser, Oraugoburg; C W Green, St
Charleston Hotel-T Ke'Iy, < ity; J P Storat, F
E Murray, S G H Ferguson, A A kara m ore, CC
Chandler, Augusta; W C Burnett, Union; J J Greon,
New Y rk: DC Gary. Captain J W Watts and lady,
Mrs EL Gory, Newoerry; W Mitander, Stockholm;
J S Ptotter, wifo and child, 1 hom ts L Whitman, O
Kelsey and daughter, Mrs Uoldeu. Mrs J E Hunier,
New York; JOH Bartlett, Miss A Bartlett, Bangor;
H H Beadle, Edwaid A Weeks and wire, New York;
S A Plant, connecticut; J V. Jobnsou. Baltimore; -1
fred Rhott, ABhcpno;J A Davis, wife and child.
Beaufort; B F Baker, ABhepoo; J T Rob.rtson, J
Langley, Mis Langloy, H M.Bear.e, Mrs Bearra,
Boston; F Wa ker. Miss Walker, Mra Boynton. Miss
Brooks, L I Merrill, wile and two children, B Blake?
man, wife and sm, H A Richardson, wife aud son,
J B Davis, F Mat n..ri and two ladies. Now York; J
BFetno Air? Fentio, boston; Miss Ycggi s,-I A Bol
d-H. J J Davis aud wife, S A Joscpii, A Barnet',John
B Sat dy. wife and eon, B Brown, Hr end Mrs J H
TenEyck, Jr.. Miss A Ballen, Now York; RSV
Hopkius, Ba'timere; E W Crowe'l, New York; Col -
nel T G Allison, U S A; Miss Allison, Atlanta; CH
REPORT?ES' CRUMB-.-There wiU bc a sale
on tho ld'.h inbtaut of articles recovered by thc de?
tectives, unless claimed aud identified bciore that
Tax-piyers will bear in mind that this id the last
month f >r paying tho corporation tux.
Ihetimeis passed for naking assessments; per?
sons aie requcslcd to make their returns this week,
or they will bc subjected to au additional tax of tl.ty
Leitch & Pruns will sell at auction to-day the
sto liner Rock uud as ?he lies uu the bank m Hog
Is and ( haunel.
A ' graud old 'o'.ks' concert aud tableaux vlvaut,"
aro being held at thu Adams Pre b o ititi Church,
George-sLreei, iu aid of thc church, aud they ard sub?
ita-, tinily p.itroutz d.
Quito a stir was created id ibo street yesterday by
a gjilydrcs-cd nie-q mead er, wha was being ca. ri d
to ihc (.uardbuus - ior violating eily ordinance by
appearing on ih>- .-tro et iu coutume.
AU engineer on thcNor.h. astern Railroad threw a
basket of clothes to to ec otic on the | lat.o m iu thc
depot on'lucsi'ay m mistake. Whoever the person
wa?, thev Will oblige by rcturuiug ii to tho loser, by
leavbigitat the upper guardhouse.
A tubs uutial pla-kro'd has Le u laid iu Ann
street by tho South Carolina Railroad, ii. ibo l.etL.h
borbood ol tuelr depots. It ii a great couveuicaee
to vehicles, Ac.
Thc Upper Wards Guardhouse is undergoing a
thorough whitcwa?biug an I cleaning.
Tho Charleston Hotel ii to be adorned with a new
style of lio'.h.e g .s fixtures. *
'i ho Charleston "avor.tos, the Vaue Sisters, left for
Columbia las: night, to fil. a\riof cuga^umcut ac that
Mr. Slelnmeyer. al the loot of Foiu'ain-slrcet. is
willi g to give a lat ge lot of sawdust at Lis mill to
any OaO wh'> will cart it away.
A lot ol latid lu Markei-stroct. sixty by scvovfy
feet, \>i'h the build i eg. ou it, was ?old yes'erday by
Lo?ttdc8& Gr.miull for $535.1. Ibis is a good pneo,
and show* that reales ate is lookiug up..
There i< a city ordiusxeo requiring a platform lo
be laid b.forc the gateway ot every house ; it is
being r g div enforced. Those who havu not Liven
the ma.ter atteutiou had better db vu at once.
A ltcw and well built lighter, coustructou by Mr.
J. J. Dewlit for Captain John Ferguson, can bc seen
at Accommodation Wharf.
G AN a OF YOUNG DcsriuuDoiw.- About La'f
past seven o'clock 0:1 Mond-iy uii'bt. Pr J. I . Paw
son left Iiis buggy La front of his door, Chap* 1-strect,
inchirgcof a small white boy, and went i rio Mr.
Vanderlnrd's to seo a pa: ont. On com ug o tt lie
found a parcel of h ilf.gro.vn white folio xs assail ting
his boy. who was resisting tbeir attempts to cut the
harness off tho horse and steal I Ii c bngiy umbrella;
The appears ecol' lbs Doctor caused tte J iu mate
off They ore l.nowu, bowover, :.nd wili tjon tain
THE LOJJG-TALKED OF THEATRE.-If Chnries
ton has cot a theatre worthy o* her population anil
tho mag .itude of her traie, it is not tor waut of talk?
ing or writing, nor b; cause thc social and bu.dtirss
adv.intaces of a w>-ll conduced place of amusement
are not pioperly uppr.-ciaie-.l. Th'. Chariest os papers
have with might and main, dunne thc last two years,
urged tha immediate bud dug of otb atra. There
has been co doubt that 'bc theatre would attract
straegors and business men to our city. It was be?
lieved that au economic d'y arrunge awl co lducted
theatre contd bc made lo pay. 'i here seem d ta bo
no question that s site could be obtained on advan?
tageous terms, and that ?ho mon y necessary could
be rai cd urning our citizens. *nd yet tho piojcct
always hung fire. What wa ? everybody's busin ss
was not ody's business, and it was ho; deas that
anything should be donn unless tho matter were
takenup by some prac.?eal, pushing mon. This is
now likely to be the ease, and, wh lo nothing has
been deter uincd, lhere is still norn or beli vieg
thal the preliminary arrangements w.ll soon bo so
far advanced as to admit of miking tnera public.
AS we understand il, the general plants to endea?
vor to obtain the old theatre lot as the sit? ol tho
newthoatto It is n JW ownod by tho Agricultural
Dm tuto and it ls biped that the In-i.i ute will cou?
sent tolea'C it to tho theatre company tor the con?
sideration of bel -g able lo uss the building forth ir
annual and o-.htr maotiugs. Thugives 'h" site, aud
wc learn that Mr. Whitman, tho manager of the Ope?
ratic Company now tn tho city, aid who is himself
au tdueatcd mechanic, is willing to su scribo shout
?U',LOO and take charge ot tho erection of tho build?
ing. What money is necessary ia expected ti be
raised without d.faculty, as there is not a husmo*?
Imus" in ihe city which could not un' -rd to s ibseiibe
oneh'iadred dollars or moro for tb? sake of having
a th.-htie. some pnvde??s might be obtained from
tho city, which sb >uld at least be will nj to exempt
the new theatre from city taxes for i term of years.
We hop* that the gcutlem-in who a s di-cujslng
the subject will adhere to their determina lon and
work thc project through, lt can bc done, and the
only question is, shib it be done? Wo say, yes 1
and at once.
Savaanah and Charleston Railroad.
TO 1 HE I lil l OH OF THE NEWS.
Tho annual mooting of this company takes
place to-day, and .v? the election for President and
I freders also lakes place, it is to bo expected that
tbs stockbo dor-wi 1 pi co it tho head ofiheroaaa
yoong, activo, energetic, pracucil r-ilroad mau. Ko
other ono ?ill answer. P.it the road through at th?
shortest possible >ime. Tho .-lae dj.i.a ids it; the
pao ile o t'hurle toi. dcm in I it. aud thu stockbo'.d. rs
and bondho.dcrs de n in : it. T..is is no limo for
fax orM-ro. Wo want wo: k to bo .low-short, -hirp
and decisive. STOCKH ILDKBS ANO HONMIOLOEOS.
jtusiNicss y OT i ci: s.
To THE PLANTEKH OF Sr cm CAB.OM.VA AND
GEOBCU.- MU vim: "WHAJTJI'S" UAW DONE >u
PEitrHosFHATE OF I HIE to be fuliv equal to tho
best fertilisers in tuatket. aud siipor.o to nany,
and btiuii dt-shous Of having it tho lUghly to-led,
we have c nrludo 1 to offer (he folluwiiig 1'r uuums:
1st. ror ibo loreest yield of Co ton Hom nnocre of
land, a Silver Pitcher worth $100 2d. l"or tho sec?
ond largest yield of Crt-on from an veroni land, a
silver Pitcher worth $6"). 3i. For the larg, st yield
ot Corn from an acre ot lan J, a hUvet Gooloi worth
The above premiums will bo awarded wber*
"WHANKS"' RAW bo SE I-UPEBFHOSPHATE a ono is
used on the arre producing the yield.
'1 bose applying for the premiums will ho required
to furn sh ntisfsetu y rvidt nee ol the amount p o
duced on tho aero, am a statement of thc manu r in
which they applied the manure. A limited amount
only of this I bospbate will oe dielribu ed during tho
6easi u. Puces, delivered on the cor? at cha-lesion.
$65 per ton, <a?b; or i70 for appiov>d my accept
anees, payable lat Kovemi or.
CLA3H0RN. HERRING k CO.,
Accommodation Wharf. Charleston, b. C.,
A nd No. 7 Warren Block, Aug.ista. Ga.
February 23 Imo
THE TROPBIETORS OF "Whonn's Raw i5one
Supcipl'OBpbate ot Limo cordially iiviie farmers,
dealers .lad o hers interested tn procuring a tir?t,
class manure, to call and examine their wori.s, soe
process of monuiactu c, and iusp. ct tho miteiials
used. Tbiy have ?<o teerelr, give full value, aud
guarantee tbei< I'hosp l'aie to rome up to tl o < ton
dard analysis. Claiborn, Herring k Co. arc tho
agents for the sale of it in Auausta aud Charleston.
Febrtiarv 23 imo
NORTHEASTERN K A1LK0AD
FOR SALE BY J. H. WILRON.
March 17 2 No 5 Bro id-street.
THE NEW TiXril.E PLANT FOR SGUiniPN
cultivation. Planters and olhcrscun obtain
roots, with a prraphlet civ ug fail iutorma.ioti tur
propagation ard culiivatiou. A ne n supply of
RUDIS just iece<vtd. tend early it you wish io
?scare roots. R J P.-AR' E, Areut,
March 17 wfm3* ~o. Uti Kiug-slrcet.
ANOTHER '.MALL CONsIUNMENT OF THE
cen bruted PEKLEU COU UN sE< D re?oives!
irom New l.'rleaus.
For sa u by HU ICKELFO ^P k KELLY.
ho 1 Boy e s Wharf.
The cotton from above seco 'UH suid in 'be Now
Orleans market at ? to Iv couts $ lb ubove thc quo
tali eis tor .he common vane li es.
March 16 2(1
KXUtifMOfC COI TON SE Kl).
THE GENUINE I NC^L-inp. ?KA I ?'LAND sEKD.
tho Colton oi winch s lld in this market ut One
Pullar ned lo ly Ce. ls net pound (.->1 4 :). loi salo io
lots o suit purcua ci, b/ W.vi. UUhNiY,
March I linn " No. 1UJ Iris Hay.
Sljirts uno /urnihljinij (?PO?S.
Profrietor of tho Goat lerne a's Famishing G-oV
Einpoiium, sleettag-Street, near Market, il-?r.i lus
ol biir.ylu^ lite tum jr s
?shirts into general use, and beiev u,? tliat II is ouly
necessary ?or geudeiuen ,u wear ti" ?>u
once to lie will pteasol ?lib them, will hcrcaficr oi?
ler them to his cu it ?mers
Ike pub'io goner .Hy at cwt price?, W.e stock ol
Nook liss, rcaif-i and
will also bo sold at such prices as to de. y co ai peti?
tion, and if satis fae i u is n t
ho will rolurn th? mo IOV. Iii^ charges are FO roa
sona lo as al-aost lo muk . buyer - believe tja ai tele?
He ls p-eparcd !omiks Shirts to o d'v willi tbe
utmost dispatch; ar.d bi? assorimont of ready-wade
sliiriB i3 so tull that buyers eui bsfitfel uta mo?
ment's nofico. F :r proof of Ibo ?o statements call
Star Fbirt and Furnishing 'Goods imporiam,
Meeting-street, uearly opposito Market HalL
Ja'uuary 1 Cmos
HARDWARE ! H ARD WAKE !
MER~DANTs Afif R' sPECTFCLL? INVITED
to gire mc :i mil and cxamiue a ?voil : stoned
Si cn iK, oonaM?licg o; rollin*' genuine AX.'s,
shovel- a-.d -"prjcico. toanino WMtHrDOioCotton and
Wool Card?. Jil) Uro**, Wiro ?elvi s, i race Cnalns,
Hncp. Ilwell, Brade's and Planier?'; Powder, Kbot,
C irirldce->, Load, ( ur ?nd Wroiiuhr Nads, K( I?PS Fry
Pans Kettles, How .-hoes, Wiro Olotti, Plough
Rope. Hoop Iron. Builds a' Hardware, 'linnare,
Oarronwiic ami a ar: o varie.y ot 1T-HING IA
CLK. such as SET I.? RX. Gilling Y wine, Roda,
Bnmboo Cane!) Bair, Mit, Linen and Chinese Grass
S. Pi. IViARSHALl'S,
No. 310 K ng-jtrett, sigo ol the Big Gun.
Maren 17 wiinlmo
? llKSAPKAKE GUANO.
A N AMMONIA T IO D S <> Lr W O Li K
COMBINING ALL IHK QUALIFIES OF BONE
AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
/YIHTS Fi RTILIZKU h WARRAN I ED TO GIVE
X satisfaction, planiere nnd furoc-ra are invited
to send lor po uphloL', descriptive of its virtues and
bow to a>.ply it.
4?- Price. Wa per lon o? 2000 Uss.
For sale hy 1?. M. KUTLER,
February 17 Agent nt charleston. S. C.
P. FKANK CHE'S
ipaK UNDERSIGNED BEG IO CALL THE
ATTENTION OF PLAN1ERS TO THE ABOVE
Sfi'EHHiIl AND STANDARD
This PHOT i ATE hie bron largely used in this
State, and has given general (.atlsiaction, and is
a toilted hy some of the most practical Plantera to
bo equal to Peruvian Guano.
PHI CB I
SIXTY DOLLARS PER TON
OF TWO THOUSAND POUNDS,
Cash ot laclors' acc-optan-e, parable 16th November
ncxr, wit i bani: rato ol interest a idod.
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
AO KITTS KOW SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY oners to thc Planten und Farmers of tho
South tbi tr Fertilizer, known as tho "WA . Du FER
TI LIZi.B." which the experience or thc past fearon
has proved to bc enc of thc most valuable lu our
market. It has for its baso thc materials from tho
Phosphate beds ol Ihc Company on Ashley River,
and is prepared at their works al tho EAST END OF
HASEL-S I BEET in thia city. ID Older to guarantee
ils uniformity and maa-iain ils high BtandA'd, the
tom] any La.? made arrangements with Hie distin?
gu?-h rd Chimisl, Dr. C. U. SBIPALD Jr.. who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal and other ma?
terial purchased by the Company, ami the prepared
Fertilizer, before bctni; clfeicd for sale. Thc Com?
pany ia resolved to make an article which will prove
to bo a "Complete Manure," and give entire aatia
For terms, circulars, and othet inforruntion, apply
to WM. C DCKt'S k CO., Agents,
No. 1 touth Atlautic Wharf.
Januar) 4 _m wi 3moe
tl SU GUAI?O.
IAA BARBELS PORE FISH GUANO.
JLV/U Fur sale by
KINSMAN A BOWELL,
February 17 wftn'mo No. 153 Eut Bay.
"I A Af "i BARBELS LAND PIA^TE-L TO AR
jU/v/l I ?IVE per bchoonerd Scud and Mai ion
Orders received by OLNEY k CO
CIROASDALfc'd Gt-NUINE PHO-PHATB AND
J Bu U'EB'? COMPLETE MANURE. Both
Forsuleby WM. GURNEY.
No. ie J lat Pay.
Pole Agent L r south Carolina.
February 2C Imo
M. L. FILLEY'S
; cleb? ?iti'd Cooking Moves,
"r HILAN II iiicu'lSf" AND "CIVILIAN,'
Manufactured at Troy. N. Y.. aud lor salo by
I), J,. P LT i> h E R T O N,
rnHE^E ST. V1>' fl ? A SD DXBTV'LLED FOli
1 capacity, dar bnil , convc .ifiice a..d the gen
or il nu i>": ej o whic? o d ni! Stoviw an-usvtl. i lu*
PH 11 AN? liRUl'I- is c Ira in av. pl led, ?nd lias i
.Vii Diawur; eau ti-...ni- r:>-> -i : tx boiler hole
?tore: ha.- ea. Wi ir lank iralvaniz.-d, m
ui iin-1 lined A hirVily n.s.-en-.i sto?o. ihc
CIVI IAN Lol a ne i itcs'ga. ?U I btu a line law j
Oven. IhwStuv.? .% be li id ?Rh iii? exluU3iuu ,
park, insitole?, and e i volr when ?ieeIred
l or lurthcr iel rmalio i apply i"
H. L. FULLERTON,
JanuarvllO Auunsu. Ga
A . li A I" V M A K ,
s i o CK . i AV; P. EA L ESTA TE a RORER.
Nu. 23 BliO.YD-STlU?Ef,
CHARLES ION. s. c.
WTLL'-UY IUDS LL ON ?. OU M USION, RFAL
EM ATE, Bondi :-U.ek.,Ac. Alnoait nd to Hcutiiig
ami ?'od eUngBent*.
Mai ch 1 MC _ mwljlnio
?M KOICtJ.? >. IJACKKlt'sS
SI T. MU" I'LANINO MILL,
DOOK, SASH, DLIS1> AND BOA'FACTORY,
KT:.C OPPO IT:-C:AN: ON STEiitT.
mNCFAi'TrBE^ A" D KE-P* CnNST\N:i.Y
ON HAND. bl?ESSF.D I ILM UFR of coy m?oe:p
lit>U. DOOI'H. -tt-5' CK, ItllU'ls. MoU?di l?,S -.ld Trill!
miucr. A;I wo-k g'sr-mced und a' Northern
pnces. Ri^x ? fer packing o? liquors uianufuc iiivd
and confiant v nu i an ), a' hui FAtiTOKY AND
WAhBBU?U?, tin;/, npiioatto rouuou ^lr(>.t( ou
Lino i i y ital:way. i in f i mo HAO Marni
ROOM3 AT HIS RRSIDE?.0B. NORTHWEST COR
NEB OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 29 fmwCmoa
li ru ?is, Cl) f mir a Is, Cir.
D B U GK S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BABE,
(LAT 12 E. H. KKLLKlt? fcc O.,)
iVo. 191 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
? A3 ALWAYS ON HAND. AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWBaT MARKET RATES :
PLAN LATI ON BI TIERS
HUFELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
BROMIDE POTASSIUM .
JAYNt'S ALTERATIVE, EXPECTORANT,
Ii ELME?LD'S B?CHU
WRIGHT'S LL IX IR
DEAD fr HOT, ka.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENE WER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
LION'S KATH ALBON
CHALFAN I'S COCOA CREAM, 4c.
. NO CURE! NO PAY!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR.
H. B A Fa R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI A IL :
CARBONATE UF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TABTAR.
H. BAER, Dr ULT gist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
DRUGS INO HM?
THE UNDESIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both city and < omi rrj purchasers to lil? large
stock ol Di:UOS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERIUM .
ERY, FAtfCYGOOD-.&o., &c. all of which ho ot
fera at tho lowoat market rates.
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
JSAACSH VS SURE POPI
Rats. Mite, kc, kc.
v lihou thu unpleasant
effects ari mg from
Uaoir o\ ing In their
stales, and warranted
to kc -p fresh for all
times. The greatest diseovei y of ils kind in (ho pg?
wc live in. No person need bc tao il bl d irita Kata
Mice, Bcd Pugs or Itoach a, lor Mr. Isiacsen's dis?
tinctive remody is wit in tho teach of all, prepared
only by binisc t from rare and valuabio compoun is
it- ch-apue-s in i.s wondorful as ils efltcacT-hon
drrdsof testimonials have bc n lect-ivo.l from all
parts oj the Unjrcd states a? t > Us rnlue and satisfac?
tory operative power, from which, lor want ofsp.ee,
we dimply select the tollowlng.
WILLA ED'S HOTEL, V> ABHTMJTOH, D. ''.,1
October 1st. 18(18. j
MB. ISAACSEN-Dear Sir: It gi es mo great pleas
ure to testily to tb - gratifying rcault obtained at this
Hotel ihro.igu usine your Pboapbouc P.sie; il is
now two years s'nee I firs' heard ot your remedy.and
dete mined io give it a la'r trial; that trial |.roved BO
successful that not a (race ot Rats or Roaches have
sires been di-covered, although previous to that
time we wt rc completedv overrun. Wishing vou cveiy
success in tue uscml career you have chosen,
Iremuiu, yours res, eclfuliy,
JOHN WOLFE, Engineer.
For Faleby DOWIE i; Molde,.
Wholesale Drug -ista,
No. 189 Meoting-streoet, conow Hasel,
Charleston, s. C.,
January 13 wfmi.9 Acrcntn tor southom States.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
For Diseases nf tho Throat
Hfl Mr g und Luugx, such as Coughs,
ES (.cid-. \i hooping Cough,
Js_ ^^^^/Bronchitis, Asthiuu and
M ~~ Consumption.
PROBABLY NFVEB BEFOBB IN TFiIi WHOLE
history of medicine hasuu> thing wo? so wittel; and
so doeply upon the confidence or mat kind UB
this excellent renicdv mr pulm?n ry complaints.
Tbiouvh a lon;; tories cf .tears, ?md arnon.' mos; ot
thc tuces ol' men, it has rim u higln r ?i. rt hi. nor iu
their c-tiuaa'ion, as ii hus ueeonio bette- known, its
ninf i rm cl-ararU'r aud i ower io cure lite various ar
f> ?tions of ti.e lungs and 'hruat. have madeitkuowu
us re iab'e protector ga'u.-t tlum. tt hilo a.iup'od
to m?der forms of diso re uud loy inng c dld-oii, it
is at ibe s'inc time the most cftcttial temed v that
can be g'v>'n tor -nelpicuto urumpiion, and the dnn
gerou-uHccli I:H of the throat :-ud lungs. AssptO
vi-lou s Mv.ni budden sUscks o? i ru.', it should bc
ki'pi on hand in every unaly, and tauend, rs ult are
sometimes-ul'jeo to colds aud i-nilgbAj all sho.ild
beprovldetl wit.i tills auiidoti for timm.
Alihou-.il setiio! roNSUSli'TlOM's Iuouslit incura?
ble, Midi great uUnib?W ol eas. s Wbcic Hie oiseuse
sceittOd set le i h.\c Ifen eouipiclulj cered, and
the pati- ul restored t? sound Lcaith by the CltSUBX
PjorrooAU so ooiupieie ls us masiory uv-r ihe dis*
or iel's ol :liu Lun.b and 'Throat, t'jet ihr moil ob
*liual<- ol lb- m yu lil '." it- Wu ii P'ittiiu . e o eutl d
reach i .. in, under tue cm nut PKUTOK.II. ih< y st o
feije ard dUappei r
-moKits .\.\D Pi:in.:? Sr-EAKfJu Hail great protec?
tion I.um a.
A . a ??MA i- always relieved a i! o.ka ?holly cured
liitoseniT'.s I?goueralij c ii"! bj (ski g IhcCuKB.
nz l*Kciim.\LIL .sm.ol un.i fnipiciii ilute.*.
MIJ.C crail- urj ii- vir,ii .i know:* Meit we need
no puni ?ii tu- enrt'Ui'att* ? flbeiu here, or do more
tili as< r.- lue public mai lU tpialilics am fully
>yer'H Cathartic Fiils,
FOB ALL THE PUIU'OSES OF A FAMILY
A>c o compos il Uiai ilise??? within tho ran ?ol
Iht'ir action eau raioy wiib-itiim or evade (hem,
1 heir pellet altu? proporlii* soirch, and clo usc,
and invigorate eve y j onion oi Uio liumsu ornait
iilu,isurreetiug its diseased aeliou, and rest rio its
healthy vltalllTcs. AS a conrcqu nee oniiu-o pto*
pe ties Ihe i..valid who is bowen dowe with pail) or
jihy-ic Idioi.iiy is'sslouisheil to lied his heal h or
enerby re. toteu by u remody ?it oi co BO simile aud
Nut only du they cure Ibo every- lay complaint."
of i very budy, bul abo many lorwiuabSoantluaug?-r
on* tl Lea-e.-. 'ibo oueut Lei ow nam il is . leased to
fiir>-Lil gr.tis wy Amer csu A ni usc, conisiidng
c rtiucab-s of thoir cures and directions toi their
ii.-c m U.0 fol lo wu g comp a-uts : iJostlvcucss,
Ilea rt bum. He.dach- ?ni^lllg lom ditordc ot
.-toiu th, Nsu.-cs InnigestkMi, Puiuin.nd Morbid
luann L of tho IIOWUB, I la ulenc , Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints. aii?
iug fruin a lowstalo ot the Univ or uba ruoli-o ol
. i luuo.ioiiH. They are sn <xeelleut slterttivotor
?LereuovaiiO" oi ihc b:o ? and tim rcs.uta lon m
inuo and .?.iL?gih to th.- lysitm ocbil.taled by di?
Dr. J. V. A Y KR Si CO.,
Fold at wholesale, by DOWIE k MOISE,
rharloMou, S. C. sud by lictail Druggists every*
where. Ln.?'3uios rio De-ve ber 2?
Ko. 275 KlrVG-STRIfifcT.
GOLD AND TIN FOIL, AM ALO Alls, MiNEBAL
TEETH, Steel Good?, and every article used by the
Dentist. tam January ?7
Mules, Vehicles, Ploughs, Handsome Furni?
ture, and a Miscellaneous Library, at Auc?
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-; ast 10 o 'clock, nt No. 33 Broad
Two Honkies, one Cashmere Goat, at Auction.
BF R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TBIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No 33 Broad
etreet. Marca 17
Dry Goods, Clothing and Bats.
BY MILES BRA KR.
THIS MORNr>G, at 10 o'o'ock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and i ibeny streets,
Pieces Vi hito FL* NN BL. Satinet, Cas imere, Prints
Mozambique..! inen, bamvdr, Twe da Ac.
Dozuus nein ap and Linen Bosom Shirts, Ladies'
and Gi-ni's Bo-iery
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Linen Cambric and Hem?
stitch; Hair Nets, Ki ebons
Combe, Brashes Mirrors, Bardvare, Ac.
200 pair Cassimsre and satinet Punis
60 suits Coats und Pants
?0 1 wed and Caesium e SackB
60 d'.zen (leu's und Boy's Hals, latest style.
March 17 _
Boots, Shoes, Balmorals, Gaiters, Brogans,
BI N. HUNT & SON,
THIS DAY. the 17tb instant, at 10 o'clock, in onr
salesroom, No. 143 Mtetiou-sircot, wa will sell tor
100 cw*, our usual splendid assortment, of
B OT-, SHOES. Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters. 4c,
all fresh and desirable goods, to which we invite the
atteniiutf of buyers. M ireh 17
One Fine Large Draft and Saddie Dorse, Six
BY J. FRASER MATHE YVES,
No. 56 Broad-st rc et.
Will bo eold '1 HIS DAY, at my office, at ll o'clock.
Terms cash. March 17
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY J. FRA S KR MATH ti WES,
. By vince of an order ot sa'e to me dirrcted by the
Hon George S. Bryanjudge of the O. S. Dlstnot
Court for the District ol South Carolina, I will
off' r for salo at public uuction, at the Old Post
? fflce, foot' i f I rmd-strecu Charleston, S C., on
WKDNEsDAY, M-i-cb 24ih. 1?69, at ll o'clock,
AU that valuable PLANTATION OR TRACT Ol
LAND, in 11. Lu ;e's Parish, in the Comity of Beau?
fort and State cf south < arollna, i oui monly known
as ' Bellefair," and containing eight hundred anj
tixty-h ur acres, mor-1 or less.
lenna cash. Purchaser to pay for piper? and
stamps. Lon- McLAlN.
Assigne of E. H Barnwell, Bankrupt.
March 4 _tbs2mwiB
Valuable City Property, at Auction.
HUTSON LEK. Auctioneer.
By virtue of an orderof ra'e to me directed by'he
tho Hon. Gcorgn K Br. VI, Judge of th United
st. te? l ist rc Conrt tor tho Disti let of sontb Car
o'?na. I wrl : fier lor a lc, at Public Auction, at the
Old Postofhco, foot of Broad-3tree', ChorleBion. s.
C., in 1 UcsPAY, Ap, il Otb. 1809, at ll o'clock
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, Ri.uatoou Iho ninths de ot ?li.rket-Btr. ct, and
known as No. 120, lu thu City nf Charleston, moa>ur
lug in front on Market-Street thirty feet, and in
di pth fi'ty-Beven feet, bo tho same more or les-;
bouided en the noah by lands no . or lalo of Wm.
Waid>wor.h, c.HI hy bu ds ol Jae b ' osonfio.d,
south by .iiarket-strcut, and west uy lands now or
lat?: ot' .Ma y UreaWc.
Terms-i)ne-th rd c >h; bjlnnre in two equal suc?
cessive annual i i-talinoaie, secured bv boudol pur.
eli. Bur hean eg inteicst dom na? cfs le, and a mort*
gage upou the pn mises. I hc.buiiuli'g io bc Incur
eu for nut lc-s than thc amount of the uoud aud tho
policy assigned. LOUI- Mc LA N,
Assignee cf li. Daly,
March 15 . 1517 19 22 25 27 29 31 Ap2 5 8
TI1K BTiTK i SK SOU t il CAROLINA
URBENVILLE CoUNl Y.-IN CB AN (1ER Y
Wyman, Byra $ Co., vs. Grady cf Hawthorn.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage, S?c
By virtue of the decretal order of his Honor, Judge
James L.' rr, m-ne n tho above cuss, I will sell
to tbe highest bldd?r at Grce..ville courthouse, on
MO.VDAY, (bc th of April nest.
The PRE.v I-?Es deeerib d in the pleadings, viz:
Ail tbatPIECi-, PAKCi LAND TRACT OE LAND,
situated iu the County ot Grconvilo. noven miles
fri m tho i'outbou o and six irom the Groe .,ville
Railroad Depot lyiug on both side-ol Iteedy River,
containing tour bundr-d und nine y nine .teres,
more or less in a blab s at*? of cultivation Upon
tho place ls locuto I the well known Cotton and Wool
Factory of the deli ndn ls 1 no coron Factory is In
mil op?rai ion, with some nine bundi ed and fifty
spind'esand twcni -four looms; ihe Wool Factory
with one hundred and twei ly mulo spindles, is also
in good order ai d successful ope at'on. On ibo
prom ses are a good Flouring, Grist and Saw Mills,
w th bl. cUruitb rho. -two com ortable dwelling
houses and .several emili fr ID d h-uses lor the
operatives, with a nico brick church. The water
pow r at all Bensons ls eutUciont to drive three times
the aroouut cf mn-biuerv now lu operation. The
co miry ls rema knblv healthy, with a climate un
surpoeseu In tin- Untied Mines, with a snbrr, iudus
ti ii us ai d cm r-ot.e popul uiou. Wooded lands ad
j icc. t well timberid, cm purchased at reasona?
ble pricos Tt.i- i-i me beai oopo tumly tor au in
vestniniit lo capitaliste that has beeu offered in the
up-country since iho war.
J erins caeh. Purchaser to pw for papers and
stamps W. A. McD iNIEL, C. C. C.
Clerk's Office, February 2d, .HOD.
March C aw8
lt EAIK BREA DI
hUPERIOB WHEVT AND RYE BBEAD CAN BE
fui-nihhid at ihe RUlLEDGl-SIRI-.ET BAKEIY.
r or.h oi Bull-a'net, ordeiivend lo families in any
portion of ho city.
BUNS, delicious MUFFINS, WIGS and ROLLS can
be had . very cay at the Bakery.
March 17 ws4*
PASSED AT THU SPECIAL SESSION OP 1808,
together wita the STATE CONSTIPO HON and
MILITARY LAWS UE-KNACTED.
For sale by
DtfflNY ?S: PERKY,
Prlutofj aud Sta.ioaers,
Ne. 163 Mcotiug-strcct.
March 15 mwiB
A M 10 S A . UIPPUS,
No. 0 ST AT E-S THE ET,
U?M AND PA?1S IXHblTM'S.
PRIZE IMED-A-XiS I
SEGEOS A. CLARK'S
O. IST. T.
SIX tUKU, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread beinfr Six Cord lo No.
60, purely Soft Finish, id recommooded for its
great superiority for Hand and Machino Sow?
FOR SALE BY THE
Priacipal Wholesale aud Roiail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3m0
Hones, Vehicles; also, Furniture, Ttcenty Hat'
tresses, Pillows, ?cc, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at Ilia Salesroom.
HOOP IBON, Ax^s, Curry fombs. Garden Hoes,
Toffee aad Spica M'.Us, blocking, ko.
A Small and neat Dwelling, No. 97 Smith
street, west side, two doors south of Can?
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH..
TO-MOBBOW, the 18tb instant, at ll o'clock, at
the Old Postofflce. .
Terms-Half cash; tho I alance in one and two
years secured aa usual. Pun-Loser to pay G/ MeB.
S. for papers and ttamps. stuwibi Al arch 17
, Steamer Rockland, al Auction. ' .
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Wiil bo sold at Auction, 1 HIS DAT. th? 17th inst,
in front of the Old Postoffiie, at U o'clock,
The STEAMER UOCKLKNO. ns abc now des on
th? bank near*Hog Island dannel. Tho ISDgine has
been recently put in completo oner; ia a Beam
Engine 76 Inch Cylinder, 6 Inch Stroke. The Hull
ls sheathed with yellow mpfal.
Terms-One-half casb; balance in note at (huir
days, with bank iotsrest, and approved endorser.
Residence in Water-street. North Side, a few
Doors from the battery^No 6.
W. Y. LEITCH * K. 8. BRUNS.
Will be sold at Auction, on TUESDAY. 2Sd Instant,
at th? Old Po< offl-e at ll o'clock,
The desirable throe and a half WOODEN DWEL?
LING, on a.brick bat-ement, ,ontaining ll sq tiaro
rooms and 2 attics, whh necessary outbufldmfS.
Lot measures 2i)? feet frost, by 111 feet In depth,
more or less.
Terme-One-half cash; bal?nos ia oas and two
years, with interest Property to be insured uti
po lie v assigned. lurch user to pay ns for papers
and stamps. Possession lo be given two weeks after
sale. _ wstnS_March rf
W. Y. LEITI H& R. S. BR?NS?
Fair, Executor, vs. Thayer, Administrator.
Pursuant to a Decretal Order in this case, I will oner
?t public outcry, at the O'o Customhouse, on MON?
DAY, the 6th of April, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, w tb ? three ?tory Brick
Dwel.lt'g si ?nate on thc south side ot society-s tract,
measuring and con ta'nmg front o a Soc ie y-s treet ii
feet and on the back line il feet, and lu depth ca
the east and west Hoes 102 feet, be tho same mere
or less. On the lot are all the necessary build?
ings usual to a comfortable and well appointed res. ?
Cond id-ns-One-third ca?b ; bajan, e in one. twa
and th; ec years; credit portion tobo nee ur ed by bond
and mortgage, bond dra > lng interest at the rate ot 7
per cent, per annum. The porch >se will ba roq tir?
ed to insure, and keep insured, the premise* during
fha c'iutiunance of the ero 'It, and assign the policy
of Insurance, and will also bc required to pay for,
papers and the necessary a amps.
E. W. IL MACKEY, :
M ireh 17 . T7 26apl2,6 S.C.C.
Auctioneers' jprtmite Sales.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
lVo 31 Broad-street, ?oath side, near
At Private Kalo- a
EIllS l' CL*8d BEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Pice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive a-.il V .mable M in it e orlei, Mill Sites
and Delightful . umuter Itealdinoea ia various;
parts of the South
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all rta'?, prlo
and descriptions lu every part of the city.
BY A. C. McG.LliIYft.lY,
No. 29 Broad-street. Sign of tue Ked Post
At Private Sale
Three ef Kavanagh k Decker's roar pocket A Ko.
1 TABLES, Slate Beds, in good order. Apply at
onco as above. 3 March 18
^?fbittern, (Castings, (Etc. .
JOHN F. TA\LOR& CO.'
CAHKROlf & CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, ?ftc??
Nos. 4, 6 and 8 PRITCHARD-STREElt
(NEAB THE DRY DOCK),
Charleston, S. O.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OP EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
IRON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINE* and BOIL!
of as good quality and power, and atas low rates
can be bad in New York, Baltimore or Phliadelphi
Ashcrofts Low-?rater Detector,
TELE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DA4IAG? FRO SI LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROM IT LY ATTENDED TO.
Feiruaryl . DA" 33ooa
THIS ESTABLISHMENT Id NOW FURNISHING:
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOTLERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SOGAR Mil.Ls, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS. ot all sizes
HOB^E POWER? AND GLN GEARING, from 6 to
IC lOet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER JOT 1 OS PRESSB? for Hand
pi'Wer, saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CA?TiNG* of all deacrlptloni
matte to order
Particular attention poid to
IIOUaB FRONT H AND (^STINGS FOR BUILD
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dk:., <C<V
WLLLL\J* S. HENEKEY,
MA CU IN IS 1 A ND PO (IND ER
No. 311 MEE1IN<?-*TIU KT,
August 3_m* .
F ll?? M 4- TAI 350
horse power inc uding th?
ec e-.ratoJ Corliss cut-off
,. ugh irs, -Hi Yalve sta
: io tar Engines Portable
Lng.' cs ito. also. Circn
ar Mu av and Gang saw
Milla, su/ar Cane Mils,
- ha iii g fullers, tc. Lath
?md slung e .?.tills. Wheat
and Corn Mdls, Circular
~aws Beliing, kc Send
lor descriptivo Circular and.
Price LisL .
WOOD k MaNN 9TE*M ENGINE CO.,
February 18 Cmos Utioa Nc? Yo ric '