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A UCTIONSALES THIS DA Y.
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old Postofflce. a siua!' dn'fl ios homo.
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. oant lots ia Pin> koey-> treat.
T. M CATSR WUI sell at taree-qiariors pvt 9
o'olook, athis atore, Brown'? whait, batter, lard and
LAUSET A- ALXXA*?KB will sell at 10 o'clock,
before i h- ir store- aast Bay, twenty-five barrels mo?
??TOBIT G. Mrmor. st Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
tbe-r salesroom, llee-ine-BLreet, dry gooas, pocket
?fE?TINOS THIS DAY.
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Howard Lodge, at 7 P. M
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LBCTITBE.-Rev. Bit-hop P?rsico will lecture
to-night at St Joseph's Churob, commencing at 8
P. M. Admission twenty-five cents.
NEWSPAPER CH?NOE.-Tho proprietor of the
Horry Sentinel has sold out that paper to Messrs.
Thomas W. Beaty and C. P. . ol ton. cf CoawayUiro*.
It will be issued heres ter as the "Horry Hews."
THE STATE COURT-HO?. R. B. CARPENTER
PejAMDrao.--WasmssoAY, March 17.-The only
matter before tbe court wa<> the cause of Johnsen
against Clarkson on demurrer, which was argr.ed by
Messrs. McCrady. Memmin^er aid Jervey.
' ACKNOWXEDOMFJJT. - The Paters of our
Lady of Mercy return their thanks to the St. Patrick's
Bencvo'ont >o i<-ty for tho coi I oe i n taken up a:
St Joseph's Church, amounting to forty-seven dol?
lars, to be appropriated prc raia to Uie Cn.nolie
boys and girls.
EXECUTIVE APPOIKIMENTS.-W. St. Jul-an
Jervey has been appointed notary puolic for th*
County of Chi lesion; Ifmry Bunton. miRistrate
for the County of Barnwell; L. b. Murd ugh, Jr,
magistrate for t'ole'on <ouity;?. F. Davis snd J
H. Montgomery.Mapis:rates for Spartauburg County.
Misi MoCULLOOH. THE CAROLINA PcialA
DONNA.-A few dayp a . wepnblisho i a literal trans
larion of an article of the < rourrier des Elute Unis,
in whloh was tou d a most honorable mention of
thc singing cf Miss Mcculloch in the opera ?f ' Bo
liiario." Tho critic parlicul irly praised iho preci?
sion and fluency of her vocalization, the true tone
of her cramttio .passJK<-B. and the erispneea of her
staccato singing, a id wo aro pleased to notice that
the pr?ss speak In a sim!'ar strain of the manner
in whloh tho SJ ms i?dyr<ang the roi* ot "Berthe" in
"Lo Proph?te," which Das just bcon suocessful y
produced in New Yo k witta a strong caste and great
richness of appointment
These noders ci he y o ng Carolina prima donna
are particular'y graliMng to those who have watch?
ed ber career; who have observed the stead mess with
, which she has pursjcd her ?tudies, the perserer
aaoe which has embico ber to overcom* many s ti?
ona obstacles, and tbs gradual unfolding of the
rieb, ripe voioe whi h is soarcely ye la i s prime.
Miss MeCuUoch has improved her rosition each
year, gradually approsehine; 'he leadership id her
profession, and lt ls pleasant torus to f. el that the
graces or ter volee and her artistio skill have but
kept pace with her noble qua nies of heart and
Mind. Miss MoCulloo i is as highly respected as a
gentlewoman aa she ls admired as a guted can a
tsrioe, and we cannot doa ro tor her a greater good
fortune than that which -he deserves.
REPORTERS' CRUMBS.-Tho persona who tried
to break jail the other night made use of a file,
passed In to them, it is thought, m a leaf of bread.
Parson Cain's paper, since its issue with tbs arn?
ols reflecting on a oertiln colored magistrate, baa
fallen ha the esteem of the Uepublioana.
A horse attached to a cart became frightened in
Broad-street yesterday, and ran offvthrouRh Meet
tag-street, carrying away tree boxes and creating
general consternation. The animal was finally
The prisoners sentenced at the last term of court
are being transfered to the penitemiary. The move
is not relished.
A ohTd of Hobt. Savage (colora 11 waa badly burn?
ed on Saturday night last During thc few moments'
absence of its m ither, ite clothes took fire on the *
hearth, and but for timely assis ance lt would have
been burned to death. Dr. Buist is in uttcadance.
and the li tie Butterer is said io be improviog.
A lady'.? shawl is at tho dotoctive office for identi?
fication and del ?very.
Tho coa mencemoutof the Charleston College haa
boen fixed for thc 30th inst.
Thirty-nine persons were reported yesterday fer
not having platforms down bofore their gat s.
Then was a tlLjht fail of snow ia the suburbs yes?
terday a orbing, at eight o'clock.
Notwit standing the threat of prosecution pub?
lished in 1B-; Nt wi persona continue to rob the
oemoteries of sLruotery. 1 he names oi.spme oi
tbs females who nave been guilty of this unseemly
oondurt aie known.
We see that slr. Jno. M. Morris, besides taking
caro of the interests of Ropubhca i journalism in
rou h Carel na, is wi lin; also to servo his count y m
Washington. Lie has just been no "inated, by tue
Bepubl eau canoas ol th: United .-ta os Sonate, for
tho pod non of r a lian olerk to that Lacy; tho nomi?
nation, cf course, b. in;1 equivalent to his election.
HoT'tL ARRIVALS, JIARCH 17.-Pact: on Holet.
U ? o?uti. Li xiug.ou; E Gai,tcr. ?rangeburg; J
Sau's. Jr, Mn kc's O osa Hoads; It J A Phillips,
Cooper Hiver; 1 ou's Jacobs, Kingtree; Wm Hunt?
er, .-ou th C > olma; C McMauur. Mil waukee; A Lor
yoa Bruachvi.l ; U F Burnett. Sumter; J li Parler,
Orangeburg; l J Molonv, lr, S L Demerctt, Boau
fori; J W-tu I o n co and two childr-n, Now York; J
VT ero in, Edgefield; J B t an ?atm, Wricht's Blua ;
Mr and Mr? J U uau-en. I uifal .. N Y; J B Paul.
Va; Mrs il L ?yali. Ur a d M s Hunt. H Mokos, wife
and daughter. New Yark; E J .'o es. Baltimore; J
Oallihiu.Ge rgia; thomas Potier. H C SJUo?*, Wm
H BettlngU-n lt.-. B?*o-? Fha .del bia; C W Green,
St Alb ?us. V.; Mrs J H Rodgers, Cared-n S C; M C
HaU,fo in ' a o.ii.a; VGriain Abbeville ; Lou G?y
loid, IrofiSior .-cnaiVcr, Samuel Caduer. Johu
Style.-?, Louis Pboips, John* Armstrong, James >air^,
Frank Douald--on, A-idy McKee, Willie Gaylord,
John Purcell, ?oor r H Bill, li Uuckholz, P Alaster,
sen Jouu ilasterson, L P Bernes, f-kifl jr. Qayloid's
Charleston Hotel.-'Mn Dyer and daughter. Prov
douce. it I; l;D lla-ol, J E .. rhamt and son J H
Jones, Mi-1? Id ? K Jones, Ceor-iia; J K.?!o, Lau ens;
H Motes, ?V A Ful or Grasi Bi 1; J G HccksUer, D C
Kimberly. Mis-? Kimberly, New Yack; H S McLean,
wife and child. Chioittc: A M Browuln/aid wife,
' PhiUdephiu; W > wald. Savannah; W D: Ba nd er Bal?
timore; JO Derail, Florida; .? P Eai-'Well.PitUbu g;
J C M.yo. B-aniort; Mr sud Mrs C C Little a d ser?
vant. Ml.s Whoatoo, Mas?achascttd ; J B BrickwsU,
Ohl?;O G Tbon'as, Mmntisoti; J O Scott Philadel?
phia; Of C Gouraud, O Hey rs, O H Keeler. New
Yo:k; G L Bulkley, Now ?orur V D McCall, *V L
Leggett. C P Townsend, j A McCaoK, Bpnnetlsvdlc;
8 Crowoll aud daughter, Brook.yi. ; E T Farino't0u, J
A Thayer, L S Ashby, lainily and servant, J b
S prague, and wife. Boston; Mr and Mrs J M Gannon,
Buffalo, N Y; W M BU*J, Savannah; Dr McDonald, D
HIBERNIA .V SOCIETT.
Sixty-eighth Anni ve mary-st Patrick??
Day In the Evening.
At tUc anniversary meeting of the Bib-mian So?
ciety, held yesterday, a large number of new mem?
bers were admitted. ?nd the following ofiQo?is elected
to ssrve for the ensuing year:
JOHN F. O'NEILL. President
Go. ic rr. 1 'AMES ONS KB V c-. President.
1 u ms o'L;KIEN. Treasurer.
W A. KELLY -eete ary.
JOHN ETTBUB, Hallkeeper.
Commute on Fina c-ti. O'Nsi'l. A. P. Caldwell,
James ? c< onies C. <. O'Brien. U. F. Baker.
C'.mmilUe on Relirf-ll. P. O'Connor, W. H. Tioos
toa. G. *. Bowms'i, J. M. Mulvanes C. i\ Tmmho.
Committee o? Lefter*-James . .untwell, J H. Mur?
rell, John Kenny, W. el. How.and, W. Kaol?
in the evening the society, come one h ia d ed and
flftv strong, with their luvt-ed guos 8. rat down to a
sumptuous entertainment, served by Tully, in the
Bl norman Hall.
The table Via; cleared and silence oh taine ), tbs
president of the society. Mr. John K. O'Neill, an?
no nee J the first regu'ir toast as follows:
1 he Day wp Ceh brats- May the POPS of Brin ever
honor it with true z iL and may every return create
a t e'li bond ot union be.ween the friends olTiisa
men and ibis society.
The band played ..St Patrick's Day in the Morn?
ing," w'uioh elicited miny deoBona-rution* ot eatha
B!Bam, and Wm. K. Mik -ll, Kat}., being loudly called
on. ro e to respoud. With bia accus ooced eloquence
be ?poke of ibe proud record of Ireland, the nob e
objects ot the Hibernian bOciety, and thc univeieal
enthusiasm * tth which 'he great Irish national holi?
day was celebrated all over the world. His speech
elicited lend arp- use.
The second r. gular toast was read by General
James t'ouner, the first viee-presiden* of th" societj :
, In land-?"ash returning year ser ea to t-treugihen
the love we b<ar her. ber i? na ask nothing but
what ia light, and they will pubniit to nothing that
Tho band placed '-Wearing of the Oreen," and as
soon as the appl??se which it created had ceased and
quiet was restored. Ale. J mic - Armstrong, Jr., one of
the young members ot the society, ros? te respond.
Hi* voice had the wriog of tho true meta], and he told
the praiser, of Ireland with that earnest eloquence
wh>i h IP born on'y of a true heart and a devoted love.
On lila Ups th* words, "It is sweet to die for cae'^
country," wete no idle vaunt, and the gouuine feel?
ing wi-.lt whick, in CIQF?U- hie speech, he pronounc?
ed the well known quotation from Moore:
"Bebel lon, fool, disbononoring word.
Whose withering bl?tht o oft hath eiained
The holiest cause that tongue or sword
Of rtoi Ul over lost or Rt? ned 1"
aronaed tho deepant sympathies of the audience,
and they fouud vent in lon?, loud md vocifero.s
Ur. W. H. Houston, second vice-president, read
the third regular toa t :
The ?tate of s-on h Carlina-Tho land of our
adouibn-th home or our rifer ion ; may peace oon
tinneiwiecn w thin ber .'Orders, and success at?
tend ail ber pati iotic sons.
The ?and p'uyea Dixie, which was loudly rheored.
aodMr.lt. 3. Brun?, being called on, n>spond-d
briefly. He avoided political topics, spoke of the na?
tional interests and i rospeiity of the State, an-lin
conclusion gave the follovviua sentiment, which was
received with applanso:
Our Fi. turc--cen only th-oneh a cir es datklv.
bu. with a perfect faith never to be thought cl with
fear, and nc . or to be tueuti met wita a doubt.
T he fourth regular toast was then read by Mr. A.
B. Tait the third v ce-preetdont:
ibe City <,f Charleston-Let b6r welfare ever bo
the cause of the -tate aud tho ere of ber sons; ber
intereso are too vital t> bethe subject of political
amoitioaor partir?n K-yi slat ion.
The band playe 1 "Homo, Sweet Home," and as
ita stratus died away M ivor Clark rose o re<p od.
He said that he wai reminded by the air which bad
jnst been p ayed- that hie homo was tar away, fad
that be hi* * c airn on the distant island beyond the
sea.fer he hadoffu heard bia poor grandmother etty,
"God Oles- the t>hip thai brought you over, for she
ernie from tin Emerald Isle" lh 8 sentiment waa
received wi.h applause, and Miyor Clark thon went
on te say that his home now was in Charleston, and
the interest* o', tho city and Sute, whether per pie
believed it O' not, were hU interest?. He was
?rilling to le??ve his actions to apt uk fer him. He
was doin? all in his power to protest tho oitizena in
their rights, and te k-ap the State withlu the oon
trol J! law. He waa doing it not for Ike Democrat c
party but lor the good of hie own party, because he
believed that lt injured hla party for it t o go outsido
of the law to gain its ends. He conoluded with the
May the feelings with which the Hibernian So?
ciety gTeet* every consi teut stranger' be a? green
as the leland from which it derive* its name.
The fourth vice-president, Mr. A. P. Caldwell.
read the fifth regular loast:
Th? Judhiary-May they over continue to be our
cons itu'ional int rprote s and our fatbtol minis?
ters at the altar of our liberties.
The band played a lively air. and Hon. G ?orce S.
Bryan, Jndge of thc United fetales Ciatrict Court for
South Carolina, responded btl?fly, but in bis usual
finished and graceful style. Bo spoke with pride of
the devotion of the people ot his State lo law and lib?
erty, and of the world-wide reputation the) bad
gained, deapite tbe smallness of their'numbers aid
(their physical weakness, by their intellect and. intre?
pidity. He spoke modestly of his own humble ef?
forts ia tbe difficult OOH.ti- n to whiob he had been
called by the good opinion of his follow-citiz.ur, and
after a cursory refercm-e to Irish affaira, concluded
with the following toast:
John Blight-His presence In the British Cabinet,
a cheering augury and earnest of cumin ; justice
aud equality to Ireland.
Whe i the applause which greeted Judge B'yan'a
sentiment had subsided, tho ?.resideut read the
sixth regular toast:
Tho Press-It la. always baa been, and ever should
bp, th-J viii laut guardian ot the ci laen'd right?.
A (ter music by the band. Colonel TL os Y. Simons,
of the Courier, responded briefly; a..eating of the
justice of the Ii lah claim of liberty, tbe meritorious
struggles ot the Irish people, and the influence of
the press in wringing even from a England a grad?
ually increasing measure of justice to that long op?
Colonel ?.mons sat down amid loud applause, and
the seventh rog ular toast was then road by the presi?
Our Sia'er Poderles-Co laborers in tbe sime holy
cause; miv tfaov bi- as pi law. supporting the oue
indivisible faerie of charity and good fellowship.
The band played "Mine Home." aud the toast was
re'pondod to very briefly by Richard Yeadon, Esq..
President of the Fellowship Soctely. and. Bobcrt
Mure Esq., President of tho C.tambor of Commerce.
lhe pieaident then read tho eighth and last regu?
"-She is wisc, if I can judue of bor;
And fair she is, ii mine eyes bo true;
Aud true cbc ir. cathe has pi oed herself;
And therein!* lilte bel self, wipe, fair and true,
Shall ?Le bc i laced in u.y tonsLut soul."
Thc baid played "Thou, thou liest on my
ho'om," an I Hon Willi im Gilmoro aims respond? il
Ina lene'hy and humorous spec-h. whuh excited
rons of laughter aud was lou" ly applauded.
After tbe regular sen i rr cut?, Mr. F. Q DeFoa
taiue (.ffcrod tho folio.viu;::
Tho v lergv-Tim (iteming stones to tb* eternal
pats. h. nh God tba, they tire planto J uud mor
ticed together in a ciintnoii CUristLn a..d Cuho.io
Eisbop P?rsico responded
At tbe c o^e of C lonet T. Y. Simmon-.' speech, ho
cffercJ tue loUotvlng sentiment:
t-ou h Carolina-rounded by adopted citisens. she
h-is a w ,rin wel.-oin-j lor all honest indus.ry au I io
every true Ui art
.peeob. aou?' aud ectimmt no v f Bowel each
other in quick succession. General J un s i'ouuer,
.lames M. Mulvaney, Mr. T. J. Lockwood. Eather
O'Neill, of -avannati, all spoke to sentimontii wh ch
al.cd tuem to their feet, w?l e Messrs. John Eng
liud, T. H. O'.Neaio aud Mu "ray Kob'nson. Esq.. (OJO
oftho Uine-hono cd rn- nu-rs from ihe Interi ?r)
sandwiched several bauds .md sonya lu the proceuf
:n-"'N which lent pleasant variety io th? occasion
Later m the iv uiug. .-Ititi A Giyloru's Mine reis
came into thc hill and entertained tho company
wi h ttV'-ral of their churus sele lio-s.
Tue hospi. . ty was prolonged until a lato hour
and ilko ad the festivities ot tue UlocrmacB, >eruii*
nated iu a mamer .?hieb permitted every jurrson
present t ? make the Mest reaaouaolo i xeuscs u ins
nuuisioas wile aud child tor any shortenulii gs.
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MussTitELd appeared
last ni ht for thc firs, unie, and were creen d with *
full aud appreciative audience. Tho vocal and .n
struui nial music and dancing and burlesques -.vero
very amadas. Tho show witu tho unconscionably
lo' g natue, whi h concludes thc ovcniu ,'s entertain?
ment, has como Que pa J o ra uno repr?sentations o'
memorable events in history, both sacred and pro?
fane The troupe per foi ma again to-night.
ST. PATBICK'B BENLVOLENT 8OOTETT.-ll
c.mnlabie _or*ajizaiion colobrated ils fitty-thlrd t
ni"r.-sary yesterday, by assembling at thc Masoi
Hill), at S A. M. . and proceeded Ihoneainproccssk
headed ov a b.-ass bund lo St. Joseph's Church, A
eoe street, wberc mass was celebra'ed. The Ker.
Crochan delivered aa oration OR th? life and rh ari
ter of tho patron Saint of Frin. Tho sorvic-'B at
exercise*over the society mu?bcd through some
the principal streets, decked wi?h gc? ea lOgalia. Tl
members assembled at A o'eioek, and el.cte.l tho fi
lowing officers to serve tor ihe cumins year:
Kev. C. CBIIOHAJI, P cstdent
J xii KS i OSOBOVK. I irst Vice-PresiaVrnt.
Jons EABIIX. '.eeonel Viee-?>reBident.
J T. .-La.iT.xnv, Tr. asurer.
W. RAKER, ."-ec. et ry.
Commette on Finance - Garret Dyrns, Joseph D
thsc. Themis Ha-er. J t? Kennedy, D. 0'N> ill
Committee on Rel ie/-Al. Feahan. C. D. Aln.vane
J rn? Mud ?o- J. bi idmo d< John M ?tr issy.
Committee on L t ers -P. riarve,., M. Daace. Jot
La val I.
In tho ovonlog thc sod fy sat d wn lo sipper, ai
speeches sud sent m??,t and sou?, in keeping ni
the occasion, enlivened the festal board Until a la
The following are the regular tousle whieh wet
drunk al <ho meeting it .Li- society:
1 bt. ratiick's Day-Ihe hil? i.n.*'ial-h of Er
come to our memory, and wa ?o:? tho shamr?.??
chis? to cur heart.
2. TheCuv ul Charleston-thc greateosaiopobls
metro: olia ol' Am- rica
3 Ireland-ihe gauios of her sons is radiant i
every dims and she hinds the.ii to her by a loi
which no prosperity can conquer, no advor ii
A civil and Faligious Liberty- f he bett gu?rante
ot human happiness.
6 Our lavit d . nests-We tender them all knl;b
ly hospita.! y.
G uur s sur Societies-Dosigtiel for noble ol
jee a; we grce; the ros-rcsonta ives with pride
7. Aa Honest Press-ihe bett guardian of fre
8. The msmoiy of Gon d. Larkin and Allen.
9. Woman-Thou art a golden sentence writ!
THE BILL or MOBTAIATY for the past wee
shows a total of twenly-ihree deaths-eight ? hi <
and Aileen black snd colo ed. Seven v. ere undi
one year; four annex twoaty year?; Ave nader te'
eny; on? between seventy and ??ghiy, and two bc
tween eighty and ninety jetara. Gae ociaras! ?bil
di od f rora neglect. Ihe report, on the whola, la
good chowing fer the general health ot the oity.
THE UNITED STATES COURT, MARCH 17-HOI
GEO. S. BI.TAN. PaEsroi.se?.-G. W. Shell wa? *]
proved ot as assignee lor A. C. Garlingioo. Tho p.
tition ol Jos. Haltiwauger, assign e, to sell real an
personal eetato was referred to Registrar Jaegai
creditors ol J. Lill r. quired to establish' lion oploi
15th AnnL Thu caso ot the Unit:d .-tates againi
Henry G Locke ?ot eas outhouse dues, was routii
ued until July. Ihe registrar reported on the pet
Lion of C H. t-uber to require J ndgmant creditors t
etiUbhsh Hens, and it was ordoreJ that the jad|
ment lien of the petitioner be established, A-c. Lou!
McLaln. D. J. Wmu au 1 Sam'l B. Stopbeneon, wer
approved of as us-igne s.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Ibo following cases wer
disposed ot at the Mayor's Court yesterday:
Adam Bay and John Edward-1, colored, stealln
cotton fr un Atlantis Wharf. F.ve days in House c
C Bright, colored, peddling fowls without a li
cense. Fowls lo.fe.Ud.
T. Kuhlen, white, disorderly 'conduct in tho mai
ket. Fined $10.
Nineteen persons reported for not baring a pla
forai in front of their le-sldcno s were nnod $5.
Chas. H. Adamb, e'ompmy il, 8th Uuivd Suite
Infantry, lying down drunk in St. Pbibp-slree
Wm. Johnson, ono cf the boys <vho trio J to cut th
hames- of Dr. Dawson's horne the oth.-r night an
rob tho buggy, was captured yesterday by the di
Wm. Green co ored, who stole som i linen oollar
fi om B. Scott's star shirt emporium, Mooting neal
MarSet-strcct, was arrested yesterday by tho de
The lt ealtb. of CUorlcnton.
TO THK EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
It is now nearly eleven years since this o i ty hoi
been vts'ted by a severe epidemic yellow lever; enc
nearly Ava years since tbe disease bas prevailed u
our mids:-except a few sporadic oases almost evor;
season which have h en denominated malarial yel?
low fever by the supp?t tera of Akin's subdivision, o
latter years, of specific and malarial yellow fever
The sou hern practitioners, who have .ieen aocus
toned tor a long Utetime to combat this lerribla ene?
my of manklu I, know of but one type of ibis dis
ease-specific yel ow fovor. And although of latte:
years there h s been soma discussion and dlvsn
opinion relative to ita importation, or originaron.! is
our midst from local eiUBes, it is generally conc?d?e
that ye low fever is a specific diseas--, and not at al
dependent npoa malarial poison or miasmata.
lt is proposed to show m the cours* ot this artiele
that it is the duty oi the guardians of the public
health to prevent all nuisances that from former ox
ponencc. bas had a 'endency to generate and propa?
gate this scourge heretofore to the citv. Let tbi
city ordinands heretofore pass ?d based upon thi
experienco of scientific observers, romain hi tul
force until that experience bus boen tully tested b;
tune. Fr? m tho u-ir 1807 to the present time, thi
learned observers ot the medioal profession enter
fained theo iuioutbat the filling of the low lands
around the eily with the Boavan,'era' otfil, sawdust
and rise chaff, was detrimental to the health ot thi
cuy. uni ono of the cue.it uroUAo causes loi the
origin and propagation of yellow and the other ty
phus nd typuolJ levert, i he subject wai frequent?
ly brought belora the Cliy Council by medica
members of that body, year aaVer yeax, witbou
effect After the fatal epid.mio of 1838, the Com
mil tee on Streets aud Quarantine again urged th?
passage of au ordinance pt eve ting this deletcriom
deposit of iho ecuvengTS' offal within any portion
ot tho city ; and ou th 18 h Janusrr, 18?9, a restrict
lng ordinance wa- ratified proh.b.t'ng ii under penal
nee. Previous to tho pascaju ol Gus ordinance,
the residents ol weet eud of Ll auiain and Brood
btrcc.s, aller repeated eff rls with Council to pro
vent it without av <il, "applied to Chancellor Ward,
law, of tho Equity Court, for relief by injunction, OE
Sith Juno. 1863, to restrain tho City Council,
tneirofiioors, agents, c-ervants und ?oikmen, from
deposition- or placing tho cooloola of privy vault-i,
scavengers' dirt, city offal and garbage, the dead
caroas.es of anima's, decayed and decaying vegetable
matter, &c, 4c, upon any cf the streets of tue city
we*t o. ?utledge-strect, inclusive, until tho Is. day
of L'ecember next, or tne further order of the eo.irt,"
On the 10th March, 1856, Chancellor Largan or?
dered that thc injunction against th? dcLudant?
I (Citv Council) o ? l?th July, 18C3 grunting tani de?
cree, bo "cxiende 1 and m ide porpelual."
'Jhe-e proceedings- lu cqtiiiy Anally stopped thc
use ol' city ?ffal west of Bull dgo-s rent. Tito resuit
has becu mauilest, a tel thc wisdom of tba chanco lor
in protecting the iulia'oltials of that section ol' the
eily ha ?< sawel manya hf?, lt ls v.-ry much lo bu
regictted that thc injunction had not incl ale.1 thu
whole ciiy wot ot King-slrci t; if it had. the iosi
elcuts of .-ml-h-street won el not now bc expo, cd, thc
approaching reason, loathe deleterious od ir and
ct! eti of .ho offal deposits. I propuso to ?how.
He.in tho experience of ihe clc-e ot.servers in iho
medi. al profession, that this m d- of. hi.inj up lots
fir private iudiv.duals or ;.u:iiio tquarus is perni?
cious lo ibo general we. faro and h alth ot tho
city; a-d sections ? f tlic city previous y perfectly
healthy at all seasons and eicni:>l fruin yel.ow f-Yer,
were ?ubrcq-eut-ly no maro exempt than tho other
'ibo late Dr Joseph Johnson, who, daring a long
and iis.fiil hfu di-voicd to tui.ncc, h nn.mty, and
over gooJ deed that beuefiited his ?inflo?, says, ?u
an add.oas de.i/.-icd bci'ure tho Meei cal .-oc:"':y e>f
Couth Caro.Ina, lu 1817. ol yellow Uv.-; : -'Gu-'ct-.
vuiion points to the drains and othi?r receptacles and
deposit ol filih a-* tho source o: Ls he.a : Beacon
convinces us ihat if thesa rocen:..doa ol filth
were ele'nscd ol thar puiref.?iu,' contcu's sons io
prrveal exhalation?, this hvdra (yellow fever) c uld
uotcxist." To illus lalo our o' jud ion to the use of
tho cit? offal bring u?cd for Ailinn low tots, with thu
view as siatod, "oi'Dringing laxes into thu tr? asury,"
I will quote from a very able roportio Ihe Ci.y coun?
cil on February 5. I8?t?, on certain lut-nioiiaU, iee.,
refer.od to a Spi cial Comuduce on thu Health ai d
Drai'iaue of tho cit): "llhu diseases which intest
communities o e capa 'lc of division into tn o graud
classes, well defiucd and di.-'.iuct whuu ?lew? d in
their types <>r ideal re, resents. 1.vs. but r-orgmg or
blending in o each, tinder cattlin circumstances, to
Fueh a decroe as to roedor tho Une ot dcmirkatiou
for certain of them vary wavering and indistinct. *
I . * * * The most efficient of all local
1 causes Of diseoBS must of inevitable necessity be
tho teluric influences of tho spot lhat condition
ot soil which is requisite to pivo oripio, existence
and dissemination to those ga-es which como from
ch -rn xa: dec mposition, those living boin tts which
oro evo.ved in inconceivable and invisible num?
bers in tho midst of so much corruption, and those
vegetable perms which, though utti rly inapprecia?
ble tn oar ssnsos'In th*ir gormicaiin^ s tag os, are
evident et ou .th after they have been evolved by the
process f grow band development-that condition
of soil it is which ushers iuto existence as numero is
almost ar the various che tica! and organic objects
wuiuh hi.ve hoon alluded to." Wl.en-c, then, comes
the cau-es of that hygienic determination, which en?
tails upon a people au increase of diseasea beyend
what may fairly he looked up ni as inevitable ? In
other ivo.ds. whence is it tl at communities fre?
quently suffer a teirtal amount of illness and f'?ath
which may justly ho Balled unnere:-sary, sicee it
ma' ba pioventod ?
The anaw r to ibis question brinps the ccmmlttee
at 0:100 to the objoo s of their investigation.
A TAX PATZB.
The decent Kepablieau Meeting.
TO THE ED1TOIW OE THE NEWS.
In your issue of yesterday, .you publish an
acooun". of a miotiug of liopnblicans. at which
spoechot wore maa.i, and a pr amble and resolutions
adapt?', reflect.r g on Ihe poUtical consistency of J
several well known and stau cb supporters cf tho
Union a-d hcpnulicen sentiment Kow those pt
tlemeu. who h .ve been so unwarrantaoly asea,led
through jealousy and loar of ih?ir mented promc
tiou, ii their rocord be scruttulz d will bo found lo
have teen far moro cor 3 J tent than ih'-ir sctf-cen
s hated judge?. A PEPUBUOAM.
School's FUENITTJBE DEPO T.-Ono of the
lamar and mest complete furniture establishments
in the .- ou h ia that of Hr. Dakiel H. Mloox, at the
corner of King and iliffurd at-reta. With a large
doubla front toree stories high, lt makes an impost g
appearance, which ita contents do not belie. Every
-vi, 10 : y cf lurnituie, from the handsomest
tables and sofas fer drawing and >he moa
elegantly carvid bedsteads 1er bridal cbam
bera, to tho simplest cottage fu nil turo which any
poor mm can bay,- ran bo ioucd in these ware
rooms. 'Ihe sioik, too, ii not only varied but
very large. 1 he three atones of the main build ng
on K tg-atreet are Ulled wilh the Cnor styles of fur?
niture, while si veral other buildings in rear of the
mais ?:ore aro filled with the commoner stock. A
walk tnroueh tbe establishment well repaya a visit
Every thing that you can think of, and much that
you do not think of, U to bo seen there, at least in
tba Uno of furniture The effice, tho chamber, tho
dining ro m and drawing room, can all he hand?
somely furnished to suit the tastes of tho pocket of
LUNCH.-Okra soap, Bluffed roast pif? and
omelet, will be served up to day at Palmetto bhadea
TO THE PLANTEK8 OF SoDTH CAUOLTKA AK?
GKonoiA.-Relieving -'Wnnjui's" HAW DONK bo
paupuo.vru.vTK or 1 IHE to be fullv equal to the
best l-'criilizere in market, and superior to many,
atui buns deal-ona of having it thoroughly teated,
wo hav - c n, lade< io offer tho following Pn-tmums;
lat ?wr.be larpost yield ofCo'ton li o m an acre of
laud, a M ?vcr Pitcher worth SIM. *2d. For tho sec?
ond lurpcst 3 iel J of Cot on (rom an cere of land, a
fiiver I'iicher worth te"). 3*. For tho largest yield
01 Cora fruin un acre ot land, a silvo; Go o let worth
rho above pronnums will bo awarded where
'WHAHHS'-' RAW Dost PuPKBPuosraATE alone is
used on the arre prodiioing the > ield.
those applying 1er the premiums will be required
to furn sh eatirtaoto y evidence ot the amount po
doced on tho arre, an 1 a statement of thc manner tn
which ihi y applied ibo manure. A limited amount
only of thia l bospbale will oe distribu'ed during the
sana'a. Pt ices delivered on the cars at Charleston,
SCI per ton, cash; or ?70 for approved elly accept
ano cs, payublo lat No vern ncr.
CLA3H0RN, HERRING & CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, ti. C.,
A nd No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Qa.
February 39 Imo
THB PBOPSIBTOBS OF "Whann'a Raw Bone
supt phosphate ol Lime cordially invite farmers,
dosiers and o hera Interested ia procuring a first
class manure, to call and examine their works, seo
procesa of naaxitfactu.e, and in sp ct t tie materials
need. They have no iter?is, give full value, aud
gaaramce theil Phosphate to come up to tee t tan?
di rd ai'j'YBis. Claiborn, Herring & Co. are the
agents for the sale of it in Aucusra and Charleston.
Febraarv 23 Imo
ffainti) (Dib, (Etfa
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
NOB rBEAST CORNEB
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 (mo
OILS! OILS! OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LAUD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINIER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PUKE MASON'S bTERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
UH? GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OILi
CAMKROX, BA?KLKY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Smo
MLTJLNG M&ELTING !
5000 PEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 8, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
LEA t HER
900 DOZEN METALLIO-TiTPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
U l CDS
ISO DOZEN TOLLMAN'S CELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-1G INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCM'S PACKING, i INCH TO LJ INCH Dl
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1.;
INCH DIAMi: 1ER
WAITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN H. MP PACKING
RUBBER Ar\D LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AN D BANDEOLE GASKETS OP
CAIIft.ROff, BAHKIiKY ?fc Ci?.,
Northoi st Corner Meeting and Cumberland ?Iroets.
January 1 Gmo
SHE?7 ISON ASID STEEL,
WROl GUT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND M ALLE ABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, fur alcaro r.ud waler.
CA?!KKOM,BAtlUI.KV M CO.,
Forth east oorncr MI*O!IIUTami uwberiand pirents
Jiiiiuary 1 fc'mo
\\ nm LEAD,
SI INTO, PAINT S,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, &o., &o.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CA.HLUO.V, B Ait Ii Ll. Y CW CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland s'reots.
January 1 Omo
|ing>, ?t)tnit??, <ttf.
Apothecary and Chemist
No. 193 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTOI?. S. C.
rjpilE ADVERTISER BESS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of the best Imported and Domes?
PAT ERT MEDICINES.
Of his business he bestows tho utmost personal care
end artes tien, and guarantees the PUBIT7 of the
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOB THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIEKANN & CO.,
Ol' IM-HW "STORK.
DIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes.
IS LABOE AND WELL SELECTED.
Ageacy for the sale of the celebrated
Rockbridge Alum Spring Water,
A supply of which ts always on hand.
Which have established for themselves a reputation
surpassed, by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto boen extended te him.
February 16 tuthslyr
ID H, TT (3- S
WHOLESALE AUB RETAIL.
DR". H. BAER,
(li A T M K. H, KELLUKs dc GO.,)
No. 131 MEETING'STRBET, NEAR MARKET,
HAB ALWAYS ON HAND, AND WILL SELL*AT
THE LOWEST MAKE ET BATES :
HUFELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
8XOUGHT0N BIT TEES
AY ER'S PREPARATIONS
JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE, lsXPECTOR ANT,
HELM! ".OLD'S BUCHU
DEAD t-HOT, Ac.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S US E FOR THE HAIR
Li O .'s KATH Al RON
CHALFAN T'S COCOA CREAM, &o.
AO CUREi NO PAY!
V U Iv lt K -Si'S JUM P ll, R TAR.
H. BA K R,
Ko. 131 UEETIXG-ST BEET.
March 13 _
. TU BAKERS.
JUST h'''CEI VEO AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND Rli'lAIL :
CARBONATE US AMMONIA
CREAM 0. TARTAR.
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 1 31 MEE TING -81 BEET.
TBE UND?'UMGNED CALL9 THE ATTENTK N
of both city and lOuntry purchasers lo hi? large
stock ol Di CG'*, PATE ? T M LDH INES, PER} D ?I -
.EUY.FAJ?CYGOuD'.&c, ?kc, all of which bc ot?
ters at tho lowest markot rates.
No. 131 MEETING STREET, NEAR MAR?
Desirable Residence, No. IO Beaufnin-street,
between King and St. Philip streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auc lon. TH'S D\Y, 18th insi., at ll
o'cloctr, at the cid Postofflce.
That dosirable ihres Ftory BRK'K BESIDPNCE.
with Cistern. Kitchen and necessary outbuilding*,
known ts No lu Beudain-street; premises contains
9 rooms and Kitchen 6 rooms. Lot mc.snroa 36 teet
front bv 103 t< et in depth.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one. two and
three years, wi?b Interest payable semi-annually, se?
cured by bond and morurage of th" prymlsea; prop?
erty to "C insured and poley ?-signed. Purchaser
to pay ns for pipers and stamps.
March 18 _stntb3
Estate Sa>e-Beaufain street Property.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will he sold, at Auction, T11H DAT, 18th instant,
at ll o'clock, at the (<ld Postcffl-e,
All that LOT OF LAN0, wi;h Buildings thereon,
situated an the south B:d? of Beaufain a ru-t, one
door west of Archdale, with twa story Dwelling and
t*hon at ticked, and the oih?r bundies us<>d as a
Paint Shop. Lot measures li feet on Beaulain
street, sud in doptli 24 f?er, more or less.
Term? cash. Purchaser to pay us 1er papes and
Btamps. B TI tb 3 Mar-b 18
Dry Goods, Pocket Wallets, ?rc.
BY JOHN G. MILN?R & C\
THIS D-.Y lSih insiant, at 10 o'oloek, we will sell at
our Auction Salesroom. >o. 135 Misting-street,
A desirable assortme .t sf t>EA ON'ABLC JJ BY
GOOD>, just reoetved,
CONSISTING IN FAST OF :
FANCY AND MoUilM.NOPBI.HH, Cotto-ades.
Shepherd's (.'becks, Ped lick. Klilrt?ng, ??tripes. 6-4
Black ind Cold Mixed Bepellants, Black satinets,
CasMn.eres, Nankeen, Garule Ma>1no Yosts, "oun
?ernanes, Linen Twine, B^ MO al tkiiU. Muslin
Head Handkerchiefs aladras and L. C. Han 'irer
ohief.. Imitation Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs. Linen
bpool thread, bilk Neok licrf, Lappet ?kilting, Cot?
ton Gloves Boys' aud Alena' Caps, huming, &<-.
Conditions t ssh._March 18
No. 136 Meeting-street.
Will Bell TO-MOKROW (Friday), 19th instant, at 10
FURN1IUBE of a family.
CROCKERY. Glasewire, and a varie ty of miscel?
leramea-b. March 18
Butter, Lard, Flour, $c.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be aold TH I* DiY, on Broom's Wharf, at three
quarter*- pist 0 o'clock,
SOtabs HUT IBU-all grades
20 tubs Lard
60 barrels Flour
60 oases and casts P randy.
Conditions cash._March 18
V x JUJK (( DtCtVKC IN KQtlTV.
James Tupper, Master in Equity, vs. John M.
BY A. C. MrtilLMYRAY,
On THURSDAY, the 1st dav of Ap'il next, in from
of tbe Old Customhouse, at ll. 'clock A. M, wil
All that FARM OR TRACT OF LAND, situated ii
Chilst < hrrch Fuiish, County of I hirles'on, S.O.
about six miles from thc lcwn of Mirant Pleasa it
on tbe scu-s-bore. -aid 1 met coutaiu?lT 330 veres
moro-or 'ess; b- noded to thc ea t by l inds of Ham
lin; Boulhwc-t by laud-' of I aniel Whiteside*, une
non h and wost on lauds now or tate of the csu to o
'leim-Ot c-lhlrd cash, and tho ba'an o on t
credf i ot one and two years, in bond- bearing Inter
est on the ?hole amount, paya lo t-cml-anuualiy
secured by a niort?ui e ol ibo p untniion.
K. W. M. MA' KKY,
Maro' ll lb* t-hciiff charlo-tou 1 ounfy.
l .VBKK ?fit KKK I* L.ai ll Y.
David B. Yenning vs. William Hollins.
BY A. C. MCHIUIVRAY,
Will be Bold on THL'.-HDAY. -hn 5th dayof March
ins ant, at ll o'c.ock A. M., in iront of tue Oh
AU hit LO! OF LAND, a tnate on th? rorth sldi
of Henil tl.i-stree ,in tho City of Ch neston. S. C.
m ai-urinp a"d crniaiiiiut; 40 IVO' ia root, moto o
le-H. by 116 u depth; bu tb.g and bounding soutl
on Hour etta-strtct, w st MI laniis of I- ck i rt. nortl
on lands of-, and on the cast on lauds cf Jona!
Terms-one-third ash; balance payable (-> on
and tvoys rs, with interest, payable semi-annual!
from day or sa'o. se uisd >y > ona* and morig ge c
*pt omises by purchaser furcht* r to pay tor pa
pers and stamps. t. W. M. MACKEY, fr. C. 0.
March A . t' 4
jti?cl)incri), (Eastings, (tte.
FLOUR AND CORN MIL Lt
MIL Li MACHINERY,
ALL COMPLETE, FURNISHED AT SHORTED
NOTICE, ano of tho nost Improved style ant
Four of the said Mills aro in operation In ibfa cit
noa-, and have all proved satisfactory and eupono
to all ethers.
Bolting Cloth, fcreen Wire, kc. constantly o:
haiid. li A lt t k MON-ON.
L'tii a, New York.
For particulars apply to the undersigned, wher
the Milla can be seen lu ful: operation dally.
JOHN CA MP* EN & CO .
i pente lor South carolina.
Marob ll thai 3m os Cha ri ea ton, 8. O.
PHON1X IRON WORKS
JOHN F. TAVLOR&OO.
t A M K lt O \ Ot CO..
Engineers, Boilerm<akers, &c.
Nos. 4, 6 and 8 FRITOARD-STREE1,
(5EAB THE DBY DOOK), '
Charleston, S. C.
STEA MENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE XH ll ES H ERS AND MILLS OF EVER!
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
TROW JiROMH FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON Ol
Wcftnarantcc to furnish ENGIVE4 and BOILER'
of as '..no I quality -md power, an J at a-? lo a rale.- ai
can bc had lu .New Yorlt, Baltimore or Phils loipu.a.
Ashcrofts I J? water i>etcct:!i\
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINSJ
DAMAGE FRO ?1 LOW WATER JN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Foiruavy 1 nae 3a. os
FKHM4 Tn 331
horse power incuclnc th
ce rorsteJ Con Us c?t-oi
I Lghics, -li li Yalco Sta
tio.tar'- Engines lortabl
Ei;gi es. io. ?Iso C?ri u
ar Hu av and (Jong sa'.
Mills, Surrar C-lie allis
-ha ting i-'ulloys. kc Lui
aud shiug e Mills Whee
and Com Milln, Ci cu a
-ava Beliing', Ac seui
tor d< scriptive Circular uni
WOOD k MANN SlEvtf I NGIME CO..
l'cbru ry 18 (linos Utica Ne* ?^rk.
No. 273 K1.%G-M*?BSKV.
GOLD AND TIN FOIL, AMALGAMS, MfNBBAl
1 BUTTI, Steel Ooods, aud every arUcle used by th
Dentist. 2mo Januar/ 27
Fotitive Suie of a OesiraMs lieanin.ce and Vc j
cant Lets in the business portion of the Cily^
BY Vf M. B. RYAN.
Will herold I HIS DAT. the 18th instant, ai tko 014
Post?me?, Broad-street, st ll o'clock.
That two story WOODEN BOUMi with large
bri k oddilion nd Lot, gltuncd on the west side of
church-atreet fine 3i doors no th ot Broad-street,
and kuoTO aa No b9 -ihe lol mesan es 99 feet 7
in hesi ont on.Cbuich-Btreet, 90 lest in depth, and
60 ieet on the b.ck bi e; the bou e con taina eight (8)
tqnaresnd wo attic roums. ands.a e roof. On the
premises aro lar^e accommodauon foe u ri ants and
a large cistern.
That vacant LOT Or LAND, situated on the
north side ff Tinckney-strcet, o poa te Cbuxoh
street; rn eas uro g in front on MuckLey-street 9f feet
3inches, by 110 ie< t in d.-rtta.
That other vacant LO 1 OF I A ND, adjeiniog tb?
above to the e ist, measuring io t ont on Pinokney*
stn: -1 45feet, b) 73 feet'n depth.
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay W. R. B. for
papers and stamps._Varch 18
Molasses ! M?lasses !
BY LAIJREY & AL.X4NDEB,
THIS DAY. 18th instant, will *e told before oar
Store, No 137 l'a* Bay, at lu o'clook,
2- bbls. MOLAA-E*
Conditions ca.k. Ifaroh 18
A Small and neat Dwelling. No. 97 Smith'
street, west side, tue doors south of Catt"
BY e. HcB?lDE SMITH.
THIS DAT, the 18 th 11 s tait, ac ll .'.lock, at
the Old Fostof&ce.
Terms-Half ?asb; the 1 alanoe in one and twa
years, secured as usual. Purchaser to pay G. MaB,
6. for papers aid Kttmps. stuwtM Macon 18
Horses, Vehicles, a so Bedsteads, ?Ia;tressa,
and other Furniture, Cooking and O?ce
Stoves, at Auction.
BY G. McB IDE SMITH.
TO-MOKKOW, at 10 o'clock, athis salesroom, No. 31
7 drz*n GARDES HOtiS. 7 dozen Coffao and Spic?
Mills, 9 dozen boxes Blacking-, 1 Flax Wheal, Jelly
and Cake Mon da, and 1 let tinware, 2 Counters,
Castors and dake ?tandi. Marah 18
A Handsome Three Story brick DwelH?g, No.
26 Georgs street, n?xt Northeast Corner of
King-street, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
On TH0*8PDAY, the 3fitb Instant, at ll o'oloek, at
the Old Po t< ace, will be Mid,
Ike aboye, cu ?tai LID g 7 square roou.s, dressing
room, bath room and pantry-, usa caron,-bout; bries:
kit-hen with 6 rooms, brut carnage house, 3 rooms,
stahl a, good cistern. Lot ?7K feet front, by ITS
feet deep, mere orlons.
1 erm s-lia I cub ; Ihe bilanoo lo one, two and
three years, termed aa usual. Purchaser to pay O?
ML-B S. for pt.pera and sumps.
Man h 18 rhswtht
Valuable Real Estate at Austion.
BY I OWN DES & ii RIM KALL.
By virtue or an order of salo, to me dlreoted by tha
Hon. George f. Bryan. J dge 01 th.- Ouited sutes
DLtrlct Court, for the Dis! riot of >o-ith Uarblina,
I will offer for salo ut Pabilo Auction, at tho Ol
Posiomce. Charleston, s. C., on iDftiDAY, April
C, 1HG9 t ll o'clock, A. M.
All that L< i r OF L \Nl>, with Buildings thereon, int
the City of Charleston, Stato ufor?-raf .. situated and
bel?g en ?pring street, south side unowu us No 37/
measmlng urty-flv.- ?S| ?.ct iron', br one hundred
and seventy-five tl75j test deep, bo tue same moro
Teim-One-ha'f ca-h in gold, and tho romVnlag,
on- -half ou a credit of one ve&r; pur hager to give
bom. tor such < redit portion, be ri g interest from
day of sale, .md payable in gold, scon u l by a mort,
ga -eor the premie s, nithacov na.ttfor lnsurauoo
and uasi^ument of pi-ioy. >nd for icsale i 1 ease of
breach 1 f condition of bond, and to pa; for papers]
and stamps. G. Hl-.UBEUi >AVJ,
Assignee "t I-vans Ar CogaweU,
Mardi 18 .. h ia -2.1.31 35 27.39 A pl, 3,6
^uiiioncm' jimmie Sales.
BY A.C. MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 30 Broad-stxoet, Sign of Ute noel Post
At Private Sale
Three ef Kavanagh tt Dcokor*? fear pocket A Hat.
1 TABLER, slate Beda, in good order. Apply at
once as above 3 Marok 18
Residence in Lamioll-ttreet.
BY LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
KO. 20 Broad-itreet.
At Private Sale -
'1 hat large RESIDI- NOE, No. ll Lamboll-street.
containing nine room? and di easing rooms; water,
work* in tba house. Lot measure* OS by 130 feet,
february 23 . tuthS
AMKB A. DUFPEB,
No. 9 STAT E-8T li E E T,
OFFi?BS HI* SERV?OE3 TO THH PTJBUO AS
. GbNEEAL AGBNT for the OOLLOO HON OF
RINTM, ACCOUNTS, BTJVNG AND HELLING OF
BE AL AND PERSONAL PBOPEElY. an 1 an? other
Commission Mu-iness that may be on trust- d to nial
care. He will be prompt in the discharge of du tie?,
an-1 will endeavor tv the be tuf his ability to g?v?
satis tac lion. March 19
LOMOS AND MSB EXPOSITIONS.
PRIZE MEDALS I
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. 1ST. T.
SIX tOlll), SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread boin;* Six Oord to No.
80, purely Sott Finish, id recommended for its
groat superiority for Hand and alaohine Sew
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale ' and Retail
Dry Goods aud IVotion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
M. E. FI ELE Y'S
iclebratcd Contins Stores,
" FHlLANTllitai'lSr" AND " rrVILIAN,"
Mauufacrared at Troy, N. T.. and for tale by
D, L. ? U t. li E R T O N,
A fJGUSTA, GA.
THE<E eTnVKJ STAND ONBIV'LLED FOB
capacity, il jr DtUiv, couve .i.-uco - aud the gen?
eral pu p -s<-< io which . o iX uii Stoves ure used. The
PH ii AN illRUPI>i is oxtrahcav, pl-ted, und has
Ash Drawer; eau bu mad? iulo a six boiler hole
store; has Oaf t iron Wi.cr Tank galvanized, or
cntimol lined. A strictly first-class >to?o. Tho
CIVILIAN ls ot a neat design, sal ha? aline large
Oven. This steve aaa bo had with the extansion
oark six holes, and reservoir when desired
For further information apply to
a L. FUL LB H TON,
January 80 Omoa Augusta, Ga.