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Largest Circulation.-THE OM LY SEWS
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COGNIZED AS HATING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION' IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE FOSTOFFICE AT THE EXD OP
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
German Fusilier Sociery. at 8 F. M.
Orange Lodsre, at half-past'7 P. M.
South Caruhra Base Ball Liub, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
KNOX, DALY & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, c*rner of .Yentworth aud Meeting
streets, Furniture, llats, Ac.
QUICK TEEP FEOM SAVANNAH.-Ihe steamer
Dict?t, r, Captain McN ol ty, mule the run on Satur?
day last in six hours and three-quarters.
FIEE.-Thc alarm of tiro on Saturday at
three-quarter-" pa-t ono o'clock was caused hy the
burning of a chimney on the residence of Mr.
McCrady on Knst Bay.
INFANTICIDE.-An inquo?t was Leid by Coro?
ner Whiting on Saturday morning upon the body of
an unknown male child, colored, found by a police?
man in OraDge-stre?t near the corner ot Broad-street.
The jury rendered a verdict that the child came to
its death from some cau-e to them unknown.
SPKjFNo SCHEDULE ON THE NOBTHE ASTERN
RMLBOAD-On and after to-morrow the express
train on this road will leave the city at ten A. M.,
and arrive at four P. M. Tho accommodation (daily
except Sundays) train will leave the city at one P.
M., and arrive at fifteen minutes past eleven A. M.
THE MEASUBEMEST ci WOOD.-Wo are in?
formed that the city ordinance io regard to tba
measurement of wood only applies to wholesale deal?
ers, and that there was no.hing unusual or improp?
er in the sale, by Air. Joseph Marlin, of a load of Ore
wood which had not been me sured. 'J he report of
the case in this paper was copied from thc books of
the Mayor's Court.
THE BOARD or CONTBOL for the "Widow's
Home" gratefully acknowledge Iho following dona?
tions : A barrel of flour, from a gentleman nf Statc
burg: fruit, from a merchant on the Bay; dried
apples, from a lady in Oraogeburg lt is with re?
gret that we publish eo short a list of donations this
month, and would be pleased for any contributions
of vegetables, produce, Ac.
THE NEW OPERA HOUSE.-Mr. John Chad?
wick, the owner of toe Adger building, accompanied
by Mr. David Lopez, left Dais <ity yesterday lor the
purpose of visiting and examining ihe theatres aud
oper. house? in New York. The icsult of ibis visit
will oe the speedy construction in Charleston of an
opera house worthy of our city. Mr. Chadwick, as
we previously informed our r .iders, purchased tho
Adgor buildi'n^ for the purpose of couv.-rtmj it into
an opera house, with halls above for other public
purposes. We are glad to announce that all doubts
in regard to tho early -ccomplishment of his design
are now at rest, and our citizens may now reason?
ably hope to bave by next October on opera house
equ?, if not superior, to any ia tho Southern coun?
THE OPEEATIJ CONCEBT ON SATURDAY NIGHT.
The Brignoli Concert Troupe have no cause to com?
plain of their opening night lu Charleston. From
the beginning or the prcgramao to tho end the long
roll of applause was steadily maintained ; not because
this person or that was an especial favorite, but be?
cause the singing throughout was well nigh unap?
By the time that the curtain rose every soat in the
ball waa filled, and Largo al Factotum, ubi ch vrae
delivered with spirit by Siguor Perrini, put the au?
dience in good humor with tbe singer and with
themselves. Signor Petril!! has a fine voice, and in
his opening song, as in the duo from La Centrentola
and the trio irom Crispino, exerted it with excellent
effect. Signor Petril!! also sang II Balen with so
much taste a? to make that well worn air seem as
fresh as it was certainly pleasing. Signor Sarti was
'kept somewhat in the background, but in the duo
from La C?ntrentela, as weU as in the trio from Cris
pino, showed that he had not only a rich voice but
considerable dramatic abih'y. Signor Locatelli took
part in the Crispino trio only, singing with vigor and
The hon of the evening among the male singers
was of course Signor Brignoli, whoso full sweet
tenor notes are as well known;io London and in
Paris as in Jie United Slates. Time has passed
lightly over the hesd of Signor Brignoli, and bis
voice is as pure and mellow as it was ten years ago.
The chest notes aro clear and ring1 og as ever-a
treat in these days of pipiog/abecfo.
La Mia Letizia from I Lombardi wa3 the first air
whi^ he sang. The applause weich followed com?
pelled him to return and bow his thanks. But this
would not satisfy tho audience, and he then san?,
with exquisite taste and a simplicity which was the
perfection of art, tho charming romance-Si tu
savais comme Je Cairne. In tbe second part Signor
Brignoli sang M' appari tait' amor from Marta.
This was exquisitely done. - and was followed
by Good-bye Sweetheart, a hallad which, aim.
pie as it is, han been a favorite with the great?
est tenors. In IBe duo with M'Ue Durand, Sig?
nor Brignoli also sang deliciously, receiving a hearty
encore. In the Ah! eke la Morie be was somewhat
less successful, partly, wc presume, on account of
tbe clanging of St. Michael's bells, and partly, per?
haps, because of being accustomed to sing ia a
larger building. Ibis, however, may bs said. Signor
Brignoli never sang botter, and never was more
warmly applauded. The writer remembers Mario and
Tamberlik and Roger and Qhiglini io their pa'm y
days, but never did those princes of song pour forth
a richer flood ot melody than delighted the hearers
of Signor Brignoli on last Saturday night.
M'lle Durand, of whom onlv it now remains to
speak, sang a? her first song Qui I : Voce in place of
thesrla from La Traviata, which was set down for
her in the programme. As oho came on tho stat.J
there was a round of applause, which was n doubled
when the last rich notes softly died av-v. M'lle
Durand was encored, and sang a Fronet, mases,
Si vous n' avez nen a me dire This was taken rather
too fast. Ia the dao from Lucia. M'lle Durand sang
charmingly, and also in "A Nicht in Ven co," aud
in thc duo from L'Elisire a'Amore. Ihe echo soi g,
with its florid passages and soft breathing tones, was
magical in its effect, and-the fair singer was comp?li?
ed torepeat it lu the Miserere scene, as it is called,
M'Be Inroad sang with great judgment, but the
ofloct was marred, as in the case of t-ignor Briguoli.
by tho chimes of tho Odis, which ring, as we hope
will be remembered to-night, tor ten minute.- at ten
The voice ot MMe Durand is a pare and flexible
but rather light soprano, of good compass aud ex
cillent quality. Tho in onation is true, and the
pow?r sufficient for all but the most exacting roles of
the tragic opera. M'lle Durand cou'd bo a Bosio
rather than a OrUl-a Patti rather than a Titians.
M'lle Durand has been taught in a good schcol. Her
vocalization is clear and fluent, and sho atiacks the
notes in tbe upper register with unusual precision.
The trill is not yetanncat as it will be; but M'lle Du
land is Uttlo over twenty yoirs of ago, and if she will
but persevere, and ls not turned away from her stu?
dies by ber growing success, may hepe one day to wear
the laurel crown as tho "Queen of Song" in America.
At this time our Charleston prima donna is the finest
singer whom we have heard in th:s cit.?
since the war. Personally, M'lle Durand is very
attractive, and adds by hor presence to the charn- of
her volco. Her success in Charleston was assured
before her first air was finished, and with each scc
oeeding song the applause became more loud. Ka h
song was encore t, and there seemed to bc no huait to
the enthusiasm ot the audience. M'lle Dur ind had
a welcome of Which she may be proud, but one which
she well deserved
To-night Don Pasquale will be porlormed, with
M'lle Durand as Nerissa and Signor Brignoli as Er
nttU. This is intended ?o be tho closing nigbt, but
we hopo that arrangements wiU be made to giro
M'Ue. Durand a benefit to-morrow night, that she
may take with her as many pleasant recollections of
Charleston as we eh&H retain of her.
THE EIREMEX'S E.IRA 7)E.
The thirty-first annual parado and inspec?
tion of the Charleston Fire Department will tali
placo on Tuesday, 27th day of April,1860. Compa?
nies will af semble punctually at halt-past 0 o'clock
A. M., ou Citadel Green. Tin- proceseioa will niovo
precisely at 10 o'clock, iu the fellowing order:
Chief, Aseistmts aud Clerk of the Eoard.
Mayor aud Aldermen.
Charlestou Hcok and I adder Company, No. 1.
Charleston Fire Company of Axtnen (Pioneer steam?
Eagle Engine Company (steamer).
Vigilant Engine Company (hand).
Pncetiix Engine Company (steamer).
Charleston Book and Ladder Company, No. 2.
.Etna Engine Company (steamer).
Marlon Engino Company (steamer).
German Engine Company (hand).
Palmetto Eugine. Company (steamer).
Hope Engine Company (hand;.
Washington Engine Company (?teamer).
Stonewall Engine Company (hand).
Young America Engino Company (steamer.)
I.I NF. OF MA neil.
Down Calhoun to King, through King to Hasel
street, through Meotieg to Broad, countermarching
at New-street. The inspection will tako place in
Broad-street in front of Guardhouse, by the Mayor
and Aldermen, after which thc companies will ex?
ercise in the following order:
1. Vigilant. 3. Hope.
2. German. 4. Stonewall.
No. L No. 2.
Throwing up their bed ladder, ascending ard des?
cending, saree as on last annual parade.
1. Pioneer. _ 5. Marion.
2 Eagle. 6. Palmetto.
3. Phonlx. 7. Washington.
4. -Erna. 8. Young America.
The exercises will begin by the band engines start
ing hom the corner of Queea and Meeting streets, in
the same condition as going to a fire, running four
hundred yards, with eight men to the 1000 pounds
weight of engine, reeling off one hundred feet of
hose at the termination of the four hundred yards,
tabing suction from the drain pit in Meeting-street,
opposite Bayne-srreet, and playing fifty feet; as Boon
as the fifty feet is obtained thc time will oe called by
Captain George H. Walter and W. G. Whilden,
Esqrs., who have been appointed judges for the occa?
sion. H. B. O'.eey and A. Stemmorman, Esqrs.,
bave been appo. aled starling judges.
The Chief, Assistants and Clerk of thc Board will
com man 1 the exercises of the day.
The steamers will follow tho samo regulations, ex?
cept th tt they aro all awol five men to the 10C0
pounds weight ot engine (not including engineer
and fireman) Steamers will be allowed to carry
what water and such fuel a? tbey desire. No mem?
ber pulling ou the reels will be allowed to handle the
engines during tbs run. Fires to start engines will
commence when the word is given by the starting
judges, end engines tobe tea dy at ten minutes' no?
tice. Cold water must be in all the boilt rs, and tho
boilers must be cool. Any engine having heated
wator in their boilers will be ruled out. Aft*r the
fifty feet is obtained, caeh engiuo will be allowed lo
remain at thc pit ten minutes, but not to exercise.
Companies will give the oxict weight of engines,
with the weight of water theyintenl to carry, five
days before *ae parade, to B. M. Strobol, Esq , Clerk
of tho Boaid.
The clerk will mark tho time of each company on
a board, which mil bj in a conspicuous place.
Thc double-break haud engines will be allowed to
uso their lower brooks only, if th*y so desire.
Visiting compinies arc requested to observe tho
new feature of exereisc, and may select their time.
The members of the deparlmcut are particularly
ri quested to assist in keeping tho maclear, and
the citizens will please rennin on the sidewalks.
The engines and truck performing tho work in
tho least time will bo awarded the prize by Captain
Geo. H. Wa;ter. M. H. NATHAN.
Chief Fire Department.
By order of tho Board of Firemasters.
B. M. STBOBEL,
Clerk ond Superintendent 1
THE SCHOONER LTON.-Thia vessel, which
sailed from Cuba some weeks back with a cargo of
sugar and molasses for this port, and which waa
thought to have been lost, has been heard from. A
commercial h .use of tbis city has received a letter
dated Ap.il 1st from Nassau, N. P., which states tbat
"the schooner Lion, with a cargo of sugar and mo?
lasses from your port, is now here dtsmastol, I I
having been ashore on the Berry Islands." ?
BEAUTIFUL CHBOMOS.-Ono of the greatest
attractions of King-street just now ls the extensive
and choios selection of chromos nh ch decorate the
Art Gallerv or Quinby k Co., in King-street, oppo?
site Hasel. Many exquisite pictures bave recently
been added to the already large collection, and these,
together with tho admirably executed life-size photo?
graphs, ivorytype8, imperial corf?, revolving stereo?
scopes, kc, render the gallery well worthy of a
A THIEF CAUGHT_For som o time past, ,
boarders at the City Square Saloon have been miss- .
lng money and articles f rom their rooms, without .
being abie to account for the IOBS. A low days ago ,
the proprietor of the saloon mi-sod $20. 3 be servi- ,
ces of Detective Coates were engaged, and be at
once fastened the deed on a colored chambermaid of
the house named Bose Saunders, whose honesty .
heretoiore had been unquestioned. Bose could not j
stand the cnarge squarely put, and admitted her ,
guilt. She bas been turned over to a magistrate for
prosecution. . (
CLUBS AUD STABS.- Proceedings in the 1
Mayor's Court on Saturday last:
1 breo goal? fot being allowed to go at large were ?
A large black and white Newfoundland dog found '
at large was sentenced to death, unless thc ownor ?
takes him away from the stationhouse, paying the ,
fine and license fee. ,
Joe and Saran Glover, colored, who perpetrated
the robbery on Mr. M airhead's pla c, Mount Pleas?
ant, were turned over to a magistrate.
THE FIREHEN'S PHIZES, to be distributor! on
tho 27th inst., consists of three silver cups; ona for
hand online, ono for the steamer, and one for the
truca company that proves tho victor in tho contTt.
They are from Whilden's, corner of Beaufaia and
Several te8timonials arc al-o to be presented on
the 27th inst.
Some of tbo tire companies to visit us on thc oc?
casion of tho great parala arc in vigorous practice.
Our boys must look well to their laurels.
PERSONAL. -Attornoj-Go^.oral Chamberlain
reached the city yesterday.
General A. B. Wright, of thc Augusta Sont incl, and
Colonel Jamos T. GarJnor, of the constitutionalist,
are at the Charleston.
Messrs. Sargent and Sut on, tbs avant c lUrlera of
the new company wa ch Mana .cr Whitman is bring?
ing South, aro now in the city.
M'ite Bonfanii, irc^n from tho den of tho Forty
Thieves, at Niblo's. New York, in, wo understand,
the premiere daiueute of Whitman's tow Corps de
Uhe Marquis du Bourcel, of England, is at the
THE TRADE ni FBUIT AND VEGETABLES.
Already a considerable area of countrv near Charles?
ton is devoted to fruit raising and truck farming for
the Northern markets, and with proper efforts and
facihiies of transportation, this brauch ol industry
bids lair to become developed into a large and
flourishing traffic '1 ho movement of rarly spring
garden stuff northward has now fairly begun, and
every steamar that leaves Charleston tor a Northern
port carries out spring vegetables among ber freight,
and tho shipments will go on in-reae ncr for some
months. Thore is no ond to the demand in the
weal'by communities of New Yrrk, Boston, Phila?
delphia, Ballimore, and other prominent places for
early and choice trait and vegetables, and tho
: mount of money to be made 1B only limited by the
skill of tho farmer. It will not take long to make a
fortune cultivating strawberries to be sold at ten dol?
lars per qu irt
The skwuship Champion which left here on
Saturday for New York, took four hundred and
eighteen packages of apriog produce.
l?EroETKRs' CRUMBS.- Passengers from all
sections of th? up-couutry report that the frost' of
last week have had a very disastrous effect upon
Mr. Frru"k Darby, a mechanic of this cit}*, has
made a s:t of orean tonteo; instruments in a supe
lior manuer. Those instruments have always here?
tofore l>eeu procured from the North.
Thc police have begun to pal a stop to bc.:eiee on
thu streets hy arresting, on Saturday, an old offender
J. H. Jc'Uks is in Washington trying his be?t to
get tho pe6tniastcr.?hip of this city.
There is a new political orgauizttion in thi* city
embracing mm and women, who are working in
tho F epublican intercut.
District-Attorney D.T. Corbin h:.s gono to Wash?
ington, it ip said, io seek thc Judgeship of the Inter?
mediate Court, ior hearing appeals from the District
Court, which Congress is about to establish.
The ladies were out yesterday in ah the radiance
of their new spring costumes. Our reporter does
not attempt to dssenbe tbe wonders in the way of
furbolows,panniers and trinnuin?? that dizzh d bis
eyes on every side
HOTEL ARBIVALS, APRIL 10 AND ll.-CUai teston
Hotel.- Wm Eat', Philadelphia; U Simmonds, Balti?
more; E Eui ton. Philadelphia; J C Milis and wife,
New York: Miss Pine, New York; Ignatius Tyler and
wife, Montreal; Mr and Mrs Worthington, Canada;
J B Armstrong, England; E V N Hitchcock, New
York; A M Weir, N?-w Orleans; Carl Bell, Now York;
Th cmos Benden, Kentucky; L H Well', Baltimore;
L Bell, Florida; E W Prince, J Comlot. M D, J H
D ungen. Philaielphia; H M Saule, B J Hendricks,
J WF...man, TD Smith, New York; S R Class and
wife, Boston; J E Reeves and wiio, Airs Mary Reeves,
Indiana; ME Reeves and wife, Miss M T Reeves,
Arthur Reeves, Cincinnati; J Etephens'and wire.
New Jerrey; James Dean, Quebec; John Dutch
and wife, savannah; J H Wiggins and wife,
Florida; G A McMurty, Kew York; E Platt and
wife, City; S W Maurice, Ec.ahaw, South Carolina;
M'lie Durand and maid, Signors Brignoli, Petrilli,
S arti, Steffcnoneand Lanza, Opera Tronin;; Mr, Mrs
and Miss Scammon, Chicago; J U Elzoll, C J Stol
brand, Columbia; Thc Marquis Du Bourcel, Eng?
land ; J H Voorhces, Mrs L Clark. Ohio; D S Wells
and wile, E H Goodrich, J Cay, Milwaukee; F Zwei?
fel, E Platt and lady, L G Gardiner, 8 C Rahmey, R
Forbes, Mrs C A Largnoux, Miss Sillicoan. New
York; A O Wilson, New Jersey; S F Dewing, G Tup?
per, G E Dava.-, G H Chamberlain, city; J B Parker,
Bo8'on; J ? Meyer, 8 T Gardner, W H Goodrich,
Gen A Wright, S R H Allen, Augusta; L F YoumanB,
Pavilion Hotel.-lurnea Brownoy, James M Ward,
A F LeBleux, City; A Morgan, Georgctiwn; F G
Worsham, W B Worsh m, Cooper Rivor; James P
Darnall, Kentucky; A J Norris, Memphis SlrsP
Call man, Savannah; E R Mon le, Richmoud; J Han?
lon, Augusta; John H Yoorhees, Mrs L Clark, Ohio;
James T Curtan, New Orleans; J Tylor and wife,
Montreal; J B O'Donnell, O R Levy, City; WC
Mitchell, J M Mitch?]!, Augusta; A W Pr.tchett,
Philadelphia; Frauk O'Neal, City; Jamoa Soully,
Augusta; I W EdwardH, Salters, SC; B J Sing'eton,
. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
I bc;? to inquiro through tho medium of
your journal wbat route is pros :nbod by city ordi?
nance for a dray 6tablod at tho corner ot St. Thilip
and Beaulain streets, und destined for tho corner of
King and Market, where it is hoing employed. This
query is elicited by the arbitrary imposition of a ?ue
by Actiug Mayor Clark, on the representation of one
,f his policemen, whose zeal in tho discharge of his
duly ls only tarnished by his incompetency to in?
terpret righi ly IIB requirements.
Protesting against my summary dismissal with
fine (without a heariutr,)
I am, rcspcctlully,
* ? BAUTLETT OBAXTON.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD,
Onion Bank and Gas Stocka wanted by A. C Kauf?
man. Broker, No. 25 Droad street
THE BRIONOLI and ali tho lal est novelties in
the eprlug stylo hut linc, brought from the Sonbu
3. H Johnson on Saturday, can bs bad at tho Temple
af Fashion, No. 269 Ki np-street.
IMPORTED ALE, 1'OBTEB AND BROWN STOUT
will be unreservedly sold by J. Frasor Mathews. No.
50 Broad-street, to-morrow morning at ll o'clock.
SPOTNO OPENING. -Tho bouso of John R.
Bead A Co., No. 2C3 King-street, opposite Hasel,
have just opened a particularly choioe selection of
luring goods. It inc u los (anev goods, block dress
soods. lace shawls, parasol', wbito goods, lacea, em?
broideries, hosiery, gloves, Ac The reputation of
this house for keeping on hand and receiviug at reg?
ular and frequent intervals thc very latest novelties
lu tbe dry goods trado, is so woll established that wc
need only refer to tho advertisement in another
JEWELRY, S'J.VERWARE, WATCHES, PRECIOUS
STOENS, Ac-Mr. James E. Spear, long and favorably
known as the proprietor of the extensive Jcwolry and
silverware establishment in King-street, opposite Ho
ael-street, publish s ac odvortisemont tn tho NEWS this
morning, cullins the attention of the public to hs targe
md elegant assortment of all tho goods in Lin line,
af superior workmanship and elegant ?n;8b. During
i business career of many yoar.a, Mr. Spear bas
maintained the reputation which he early made for
:hoap pr.ces and genuino goods. Situated in the
most fuhionahlo pirt of Kin-'-strcet, bis store bas
long boon one ot tb ? cbicl attractions of that favorite
promenade, and its splendid array of handsome sti?
rer an ' Jowelry ie a standing temptation to extrava?
gance. Mr. Spear also calls special at ton. ion to tho
superior skill of h's watchmaker, Mr. Jatho.
UPHOLSTERING.-clvorybody is refitting his
house at this season, and Mr. W. J. Trim, who bas
just opened a largo stoek ol paper hangings, window
abad-sand general upholstery, ot No. 190 King
atreet, is prepaied to as-i-t ia any wo k tf that kind
it ?hort notice and on rea-onablo terms. Give bim
WANNAH AND CBARLEsTON It AILR OAD
ONION BANK 6T0CK. By
A. 0. KAUFMAN,
Prokci and Commission Agent,
April 12 2_Nu. 2S Broad .-t.-eet.
ED ii Sal LE.
GAS STO:KI GAS STOCK I
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
Brokor and i ouimitsiou Apent,
April 12 2 No. 26 Broad-streot
CHECKS ON NtW I0RK,
liv CU lt it KN CY UK GOLD.
LESES Nr. & WELLS,
Mr.rch 31 12
gats uni) (Caps.
STRA.W HATS !
THE LARA KPT VARlElY OF MEN'S AND
BOYS STRAWS ever seen in thia city, caa now bo
examined3Dd purchased at SCEliLE'd, sign of tho
Big Hut. ?
PANAMAS, SI 50 to S7, wide ond narrow
Men's "Nobby and Nattie" Straws, IC cents to $4
1200 Buys Good Leghorn Hals, CO and 75 conts
Men's aud Boys Extra Wido Straw, 25. CO, 75conks
Lad es' *ad Mieses' Hine Shaker Hoods, 25 cents
Lodi s' Hoods as low as li) and 15 ctnts
Mon's and Youths' Superior Dress Straw Hate, $1 50
Little Childreu'6 Elegant Dress Straw, 50 ct". to$250.
STEELE'S HAT HAT,
No. 3 3 King str'Ot, sign of tho Big Hat.
P. y.-Make ano e of ihis. mi March 22
-p H. T lt K V HOLM,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
GHABLEHTOlt, 8. O.,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mos
#rt) ?an?s, ^r?r.
J. R. READ & CO.
WE HAVE NOW OPENED A NEW AND COU?
PLE IE STOCK OK
FANCY DRESS GOODS.
Comprising BLACK ANO COLORED SILK*.
Fonllard 8111:?, Japaneso Ponlins, ''olorcd. Striped,
nod ChfcLed Mik", Mourning Silks, Colored Lusttes
Leaos, Mezambiques, Muslin and Cambric Robes,
Printed Lawns, Percale- und Peques, Silk and Worst?
ed Figured Grenadines, fcc., ic.
We also call attention to ?ur varieties of
BLACK DRESS GliOBS.
ALPACA, BOMBAZINE. TAMISE, 3-4 and 8-4
BAREGES, Crapo Marottes and Grenadine, Herna
nics, in variety, Cnaton Cloths, Muslins and De
Tho most extensive assortment of L ACE SHAWLS
ever before offered in Charioston.
We are now prepared to show our customers:
BLACK FBBNCH LACE POINTS, from $4 to S25.
Black Pusher Lace Points from $25 to $36.
Super Llama Lace Points, from $25 to $100.
Black Merino and Cashmere SHAWLS, Black and
White Silk Urenadn e bhawls. Printed Brocho
Shawl?, Colored Fancy Cballie Shawls, White and
Black Barege .-bawls, Shetland t-ha>l<., Black Silk
Coverings. Together with many other new and
striking novelties to be found in our
CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM.
SPRING!- OF 1869.
We ara now prepared to offer a full assortment of
all styles-HOUNl>, fQDABE AMD OcTAtiON. in
Buffles. Fringrs and Lace.
Especial attention is called to our novelty.
"L A COQL'KTTE,"
SUN L.11 Ii lt KL LAS, IV VARIETY.
WHITE GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Agent for HARRIS* SEAMLESS KED GLOVES.
FANCY GOODS, RIDBONS, PERFUMERY.
FANS, RIBBON BOWS.
SWISS AND CAMBRIC PUFFING.
LINEN AND LAUE SET?.
COLLARS AND SLEEVES.
VEIL BAREQES AND DONNA MARIAS.
LACETSPENCERS AND CHEMISETTES.
HANDKERCHIEFS, &c, Ac, Ac.
J. R. READ & CO.
ALSO BESPECTFOLLY INVITE ATTENTION TO
THEIR STOCK OF
BLEACHED SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS.
DOMESTIC PRINTS, TABLE DAMASK.
NAPKINS, DOYLIES, DIAPER8, LINENS
DRBS8 TRIMMING?, IN GREAT VARIETY.
Gimps. Galoons, Buttons and Fringes, both in
Black and Colors.
Our Spring Stock is now full and complete, to
which we ?ball add-por every steamer-the LATEST
NOVELTIES as thoy are produced.
Strangers visiting thc city are invited to an inspec?
tion of our goods.
Terms cash or C?I5 acceptances.
Prices warranted as LUW AS THE LOWEST.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 236 KING, OPPOSIIE HASEL-STBEET.
April -i2 mwf
/anet) (?oo?s (Ste.
TO THE LADIES^
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY STATE. OUR
many years' experience in tho manufacture
of CRN AM KN TAL H silt WO UK. enable us to oflor
te our customers the finest assortment of every ar?
ticle required in our line, from the small FRIZZES
to the full Wi ti, embracing Braids or b w it" hos, Coils,
Waterfalls, Cushions, Crimp: Hair, Bands, Carls,
TORTOI-?E-SHELL DRESSING. TUCK, 81DE AND
FANCY COMBS, and COMBS of every other class.
To thc Gentlemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WHIS?
KERS. MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, kc
To Oui* Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFU?
MERY, SOAP*, POM AD KS, HAIR OILS. HAIR Rf
S fOBATlVBs, COSMETICS kc, from thc most re?
spectable bouses in each cou try.
. On' GEMAN COLOGNES are unsurpassable.
' For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, '1 orloi>bell, Buffal . and other Dressing
Combs, wc challenge rivalry.
Parilruhr attention is paid lo Ibo making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST PINS, EAU RINGS,
FINGER RINGS. CHARMS, icc.
All oiders by moil will beso Ulled that tho reputa?
tion of tho house tor t.io pa*t thirty-five years ?hall
not suffer In our bauds. Alway* on hand a Iii 0 as?
sortment of Kr. nch Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and tbe trade.
M. db A. ASHTON,
No. 243 I?NG-S TREE T.
Januarys lui m CHARLESTON, .ST. C
BEAUTIFUL FANCY GOODS,
OPE S ED FOR THE SPRIGG TRADE, lt>69.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT, AT LOW PRICES,
consisting in part of:
CHINA TOILET GOOD* ROCKING HORSE*
Mantelpiece Ornaments two, i bree ami Fuiir
Photograph Albums Wheeled Velocipedes
I.adirs' Workboxcs lin, Iron and Wood Toya
Writins Teks. Fans Toy Wagons, Wheelbar
I'orteuionaies. Furacs roas
Cheap Family Soaps, Per-Dolls, Marbles, Toys,
fuuierj-, .tc. Kites
German Pip. s, St*uis. kc oaiiirS in great variety for
Fancy Baskets, Picnic In and out of door uso,
1 ravelling and Flower suchas
Beautiful China Bouquet '(ia?e and Rubber Balls
Chiua Cups aDd Saucers, Hoops und Graves
Vaso-, kc Rolling Hoops, ??c.
I hove always on baud a full line or Domestic
Fanry Goods and To* M. an?i the latest stylte ol Vien?
na, Offeu bach and Paris Goods, novelties ot the
season, and offer them at liberal discount to ibu
I make a specialty of INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
such as Rubber Overcoats. Capes, Leggings. Caps,
Pillows, Ho?pllal i Uihiou?. Door Mats, Rubber
Plano Cowra, White and Black Nur.?ory Sboetiug.
Rubber Toys, kc
I tbauk my patrons for past favors, and earnestly
solicita contin?an je of tho sunn.
F. VON SANTEN.
No. 229 King-street, two doors a aove Marsot.
Aprils rac m?iimo
BUSINESS 51 K N .
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
I* ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a lame cirouiatlon, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addres DARR A OsTEEN,
February.22 1 Proprietors.
liat?ljcs, 3tm\it)f (Etc.
JAMES E. SPEAK.
No. 235 KING-STREET,
orrosiTE UA SEL, ?
DESIRES TO CALI. 1HE ATTENTION OF HI*?
friends and the public Generally to his stock of
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER PLATED
WATtE, AND F*. NC Y GOODS, which he bas just
received ot of tho latest style?, and disposing pi at
very reasonable prices. *
bPEOTAULhti AND t-.YE GLASSES of oil kilda.
GLASSES REFUTED TO SOTt ALL EYE*5. .
JEWELRY carefully repaired. Diamonds and
other precious Stones sot to order.
Mr. G. W. JA') HO having returned, is in clarare
of tho WATCH DEPAElMLNT. and all Watches for
repairs will bc unoer his supervi-ioa.
AprilT2 -, mwflmo
W. J. TRIM
E2SPECTF0LLY INFORMS THE LADIES OF
Charleston, and the publ-c generally, that he
has opened a large ac ? carefully selected Stock or
Paper Hangings, Window Shades
WINDOW CUItTAINS, in Lace, Damask, Torry
and Reps, &c
Table and Piano Covers, Toilanettea, Oilcloths.
Cornices Bands, Tassels, and all Goods kept in a
First Class Upholstering Establishment.
The Slock has boen selected with great care, and
all Goods aro guaranteed lo bc of the nowest designs
of Foreign and Domestic Importation from the first
Houses in New York, and will bo disposed of at a
small advance on New Yoik prices.
And all REPAIRING done at the ahortcst notice
and in tho best manner by competent workmen.
A 6bare of your patronage is respectfully solicited
at Ko. 190 KING-STREET,
April 12 3 Opposite D. H. Silcox's.
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. 2ST. T.
SIX COKU, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is rocommeodod for its
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew
FOR SA.LE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
puiliiing iHatcrials, (Cir.
LUMBER AT WflOLESALEAND
ll ET AIL.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
AFOLL STOCK OF WHITE PINE, FROM % TO
12 inches thick, clear and weil sea'oneJ.
ibo attention of Builders and or hors is especially
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Hie'..orv. Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Board? and Planks. Bo-ewood and Ma*
bogany Vc- ners, Newels, Balusters. Aa ; also at
Manufacturer's Prices, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Moulding?.
Spruce t?pors aud Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Lath?. Ac, constantly on hand and for sale In quan?
tities to suit purchasers, by
L H. HALL A CO.,
Slice ssors to late J. N. Wood, Agent,
Northwest corner Market-street and East Bay.
ISAAC HALL, New York. I
I. H. HALL. mwf April 6
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PR1TCHA RD-S TREE1,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR A CO.'3 MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOOKS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, ki-,., made up at abort uo
tico, and at tho lowest tenus.
L. E. CORDRAY. .C. A. TROUCHE
March 23 3OJO
J. D nEAIlD, N. Y. I VV. J UCARD. NORFOLK.
C. W. Yoi;NCI. V. Y. j f. E. OOODIUDOE, PORTSMOUTH.
JVKAUD, YOUNG ii CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 247 Washington street,
NE rr YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEG FOIBLES, FRUITS,
REFERENCES.-Govornor Z. B. Vance, Chailotto;
W. D. Boyne ds k Bro, Norfolk; E. G. Ghio, Super?
intendent S. k R. Railroad, Portsmouth; Colonel a.
L. Fremont, E. E. Eurruss, Esq, Wilmington; H.
K. Thurber k Co.. Laugbra i & Egbert, Now York;
Uernard O'Neill,Charleston; Alexander k Russell,
Savauuab. 3nios April 2
A C K A U V H A I ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
Ko. 2 5 UK U AD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Will buy and sell BEAL ESTATE, BONDS,
6T00ES, BANE BILLS, Ac.
Auction sales of HORSES, MULES, Ac.
April 9 frawlmo
WM. Mc??AY, Auctioneer.
Will sell, lO-MORP.OW, Tuesday, 13lli Instant at 10
o'clock, a- ito ly? i\Iceiin"-Ptreet
BEDHEAD-*, BUREAUS,Sideboard, Sofa. loun?
ges, Hair aud Mo?s Mal restes.
23 bb!s. POTATOES
- bbls. Whiskey
Tobacco, Crockory, ic.
Direct Importation-Unnstrtied Sale of Alt,
Porter and Broten >toui.
BY J. FRASER MATHEWES.
Will bo sold at my office, No. 66 Rroad-slreet, TO
MORROW, 13th instant, at ll o'clock,
The following lot of ALE, POSTER AND BROWS
STOUT, imported direct by James ti. Gibbei & Co. :
16 boxes FiY^S.V DEVONSHIRE ALE-pints
6 barrels Bass' Porter-pints
97 barrels Bass' Perter and Brown Stout -
Terms cash. April 12
l.NUKll A I) LC Cit Ii 10 IS 10 (i I HT.
W. B. Heriot, Trustee, vs Christopher C.
A. C. MeGlLLlTKAY,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, the 13tb day of April
next, in iront ot the O.d Customhouse, at ll o'clock
All that PIPCE OR PARCEL OF LAND, consisting
of several Lots known by tho numbers eight, niue,
ton. eleven and twelve, in a plat of latds of C. C.
'l rombo by Charles Parker, dated November 12,
1852, and to bo found in city pint book, No. 2, page
67. together with the buildings and improvements
thereon; thc Baid picco or parcel ot lund mea-uring
In tho who'e on tt-e north lice 224 feet ; east 167 leet
C inches; on the west 39 feet; on the south 200 feet;
butting and bounding west on Rutledgc-strcet, east
on lands formerly ot Lewis Trnpmann, north on lands
of sundry persons, and to the south on Trumbo's
From thc lands above described the followinalot
Is axi op'ed to wit: AU thaLJot, a part of ihe said
premises, situated on the northeast corner of Rut
ledge-street and. Trumbo's Court, measuring and
containing in fTont on Rutledge-alreet 3lJ feet i in?
ches, on tho north line 102 feet 2 Inches, on the east
line 71 feet i m Oies and on the south line 86 feet;
the mortgages having been satisfied as to said last
mentioned part of said premises.
Termj-me-thirrl cash; balance in three equal
successive annual instalments, with interest paya?
ble semi annually, secured hy bond of purchaser
an J mortgage ot premises; buildings to bn insured
and policy a-signed. Purchaser, to pay for papers
and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
April 12 m2tul J S. C. C.
UNDER A D 10CK 1010 IN KO,CIT Y.
George S. Cameron, Assignee of T. I). Jer
pey, who was Assignee of Cart, Ropff $
JcTVty, vs Francis Guerin Cart.
BY A. C. McGILIIYRAY, .
Will be sold, on THURSDAY, the 22d day of April,
m si ant, at ll o'clock, A M., ia front of the Old
ALI, IMAl TRACT OF LAND, situate in St An?
drew's Pari'l:, Charleston Cr.unty, known as John's
Island Ferry Tract and wilLms' Tract, measuring
aud containing, the former, say John's leland Ferry
Tract, two hundred and nine and ooe half acres. Ihe
Wilkins* lract. i wo hundred and ninety acres, more or
less. Butting and boundb g north on lands late of H.
W. stewart, east on lands late of H. W. Stowart and
lands receutly purchased by General D. J. Jackman
and Milton Coot\vrigh.t, from tho estate ol Samuel Bar?
ker, south by t? tono River, and to tho ?e-<i on lands
reci.u.lv purchased by Dr. Tho?. W. Sim, from the
estate of Jumes O'Hrav.
Tetms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. ?> w- MACKAY, ? Jj, ?.
April 9 ImwO'hl
in matter Rtal Fs'ate, Andrew A. Lovtgreen
-In Probate Court Decree.
By virtue of an Order to mo directed an I delivered
byUfn. G org.- Bu'st, Judge of Pro-ato. will be
sold, al northca-t corner ?f thc Courthouse, on
MONDAY, May 3, at 32 o'clock M.,
All that LO C OF UNO s?mate on tho west side of j
Cbnrch-street, in thc City ot Charleston, measuring |
front on said street 21 feet by 144 feet in dopib. more
or le;s. Bounc ed north by lot of Mr. Williams,
south on lot f Mr Lee, lormerly Be kman, east
by Church-street, and west l y landa of Jervis H.
Terms cash. Par baser pu inc lu addition to the
sum bi I tbo expenses of thc Probate Court and for
conveyance, also tho Sheriff's costs add lees, amount?
ing in tho aggregate to $46.
E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
ALSO, ST THE BAUE TIMF. AND FLACK:
AU tho RIGHT, TITLE and INIERE?1 or the de
fendant lu a 1 RA ; f OF LAND siluute In St. John'i
berkeley, about ono and a half miles from Santee
River on Dewees' Road.
Levied on and to bn sold ns the property of Ellas
J. Butler at the sui*, of Wm. M. HaU.
Torms cash. f. W. M MACKEY,
April 12 m4 8. O. O.
Estate Sale, by order of the Executors.
BY J. T. HUMPHREYS,
On WEDNESDAY, the 14ih April, prox , at the Old
Customhouse, at ll o'clock I will offer,
All that cerlaln PIE'.'E OR PARCEL OF LAND, In
the Town of Summerville, imm. diatelv opposite the
new Tom Hell, und known as the residence of the late
Captain Wm. Trout, measuring and containing one
acre, more or less; batting and bounding to the
north on land ot Phillp Oadsden, i-sq ; south on
main road, and east aud wpet un lands of late Capt.
Trout; together with tho improvements thereon,
roastMinc of comfortable Residence with four rooms,
lathed and plastered, with wide double piazzas,
store-room, kitchen, carriage house and >tob!e, all in
'Ibero ls also attached a fino Vegetable and Flower
Garden, und some very choice Fruit Trees.
Ibo LOT adjoining the ubove on the rust, measur?
ing and containing one half acr -, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balun a in ono year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for pap< rs aud for scamps.
'Ibo above property can be treated for at private
sale at No. 27 Broin street. m4wl March 22
REFINED F ASHLY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Ask your Grocer for oar brand of
Lani in these Packages.
Packed 3 lb, 5 lb. 10 lb Caddie, 00 lb caso? for
shipment. " Cheapest mode for selling Le.rd. Send
lorPrieo List. lim April 8
Brazier's and Sheathing Copper
of all sizes, for sate by William
Shepherd, No. 17 Hay ne-street,
Charleston, 8. C.
SHOW CASES! SHOW CASES !
ALL SIZKS AND STYL KS CONSTANTLY ON
? AND and for sale. Toy*. Trimmings, Musi?
cal Instrument*, Stationery Base Balis and Fancy
Soods, Ac, kc
Mumping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
rted. W. MCLAAN.
March 31 Imo No. 433 King-street.
jgi> WA KD DALY,
* GENERAL C031?IISSION MERCHANT,
No. 8'? Warren streit,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of all kinds ol MERCHANDISE. Boots,
Shoes, Hats. Ca s and Trun H.', ?nd Straw Gooda a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles and
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed. _
Late of Charleston. 8. O.
Semi-Weekly Price Currents sent free by post
January 28 ?*0 6moa
Furniture Remaining from Sale No. 58 Went?
worth street; A Variety of Mats, in Straw,
Felt, ??c; Men's and Ladies' Boots, Shoes
KNOX, DAILY & CO.
Po. 160 Meeting-street, Corner Went?
Will sell THIS I AY, at IO o'clock A. M.,
An Assortment of the above GOODS.
Conditions cash._ April 12
Valuable Plantation at Auction.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers and Kcal If state
By virtue of an order or sale, to me directed by the
Hen. GergoS. Brjan, udgeofthe United Slates
Court for the District of South Carolina, I will of.
fer for sale, at Public Auction, at the Old Postoffice,
foot of Broad-street, Charleston. 8. C, TO-MOR?
ROW, the 13th of April. 18C9, at ll o'clock A.M..
All that PLANTATION OR TRACI' OP LAND,
known as Sea Mde, condining 1158 acres, more or
less, and bounded on ibe north by lands t f Mr. Mc
Canis, on the east by lands of Mr Corbett, on the
west hy land of Mr. Yenning, and on the aouth by
the Sound, as per p;at and survey made by Robert K,
Payne, Esq. Said Land being in Christ Church Pa?
risb, County of Charleato ?. The above Plantation
to be sold is subject to a lease to one Wm. Hock
ady for a period of five years, commencing on ta?
first November, 1867. and ending on the first Naveta?
ber, 1872. Annual rent $300 to accrue to purchaser
from day of cale.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance payable in two
equal successive annual instalments, with interest ai
ihe rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, secured by boud or bonds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of Plantation. Purchaser ta
pay for papers and stamps.
LAWRENCE W. O'HEAB, -".
April 12 tnwflOtul Assignee J beodoce Stoney.
Horses, Mules, Vehicles; also Parlor and Bed?
room Furniture, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads,
Mattresses, Sofas, Lour.ges, Bureaus, Card
Tables, Marble Slabs, ?cc, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On WEDNESDAY, the H th Instant, at 10 o'clock, at
his Salesroom, No. til Btoid-street.
CROOK i RY. 12 dozen Curry Combs. 9 dosen Rica
and Garden Hoes, - dozens Oig Collars, 6 doutt
Coffee Milla._Agril U ,:
A Lot in Camden, with the Building thereon}
al Auction. . .
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
On TUESDAY, the 27th instant, at ll o'clock, at tha
Ihe above LOT,.abouti acre in dimensions, in ona
of the mo.-t desirable localities of above town.
2 erins-Half cash ; the balance la one year. Po*,
chafer to pay G. McB. 8. for papers and stamps. .
Valuable Lands at Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
By virtue of on order of silo to me directed bY iba
Hom Geo. fe. Bryan, Judge of the United StaUa
Dhtrict Court for the District of South Carolina, I
will offer tor sale at public auction, on THHESDAY,
April 23,1869, at ll o'clock A. M., at tho old Poet
office, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, S. 0., ' '?'
ALL THAT PLANTATION or tract of land, attuV
ate, hing and being in Charleston District, St. ste*
pben'e Parisb, and State ol hoqtb Ca olina, contais*
lng sixteen hundred (1600) acres, more or less, and
k. own as the Ten Mlle House, set forth in tbe plead?
ings heard in the Court of ?qui ty for Charleston Dis?
trict in January, I860, as ol the estate ol George An?
derson, deceased, and also set forth in sold pleading!
as eonaisiin" of three tracts, all of wbichis ' intra
plainly delineated by splat made by Andrew Oft?
mow, Deputy burvoy??, 15 February, 1865.
ALL THAT PLANTAI I OK or 'i raet of Land, with!
thc dwel.ing house and outbuildings thereon, con?
taining nine hundred and sixt, acte?, moro or less,
butting and bounding west on ianda of Peter Pon,
toux, south on hu ds of W. Y. Pooioux and Littlo
Hell Hole Swamp, east on landa unknown, and
north on lands of Henry Bradley, a.l of which is
more particularly cot forth and de Ho ca tea in a plat
theieof, made by J. J. Guigaard, Surveyor-General,
in December, 18C0. ,
All the right, title and int?r? t of John 0. Ed
waids, of, in aud to all that PLANTATION or Tract
of Land, in the District of Charleston, and Parish of
St. Stephen's, near Wall Eye Swamp, bounding north
on land now or late of Joseph Bodhaus, weat on
lands of W. V. Ponioux and John Bradley, easton
estate of Elias Bill having such form and marks as
are represented in a plat thereof, made by Antenas
B. Darby, in November. 18J0.
ALSO, AT THE SAME TI US AND PLACE, 1
ALL THAT TRAC i OF Li D, tiiuate in laurens
District. South Carolina, abont 10 miles south of
Laurens Courthouse, and containing seventy (70)
acres, more or less, bounded on the north by pu?.
lie road, east bv lands 01 James Bryson, west by
lands of Hogan Motes, and north on a branch
wbicb divides lt iront lauds of lither.
lenna cash. Purchsser to pay for papers and
stamps. LOUI- VoLAlN,
Asxlgn-e of John O. Edwards and Geo. D Once.
April 2 lmitbatuif 1
Jlnriioncers' jprtDutf Selfs.
BY J. FRASER MATHEWS,
No. 56 Broad-street.
For Sale or Bent
TWO BE6LDENCE8 lu Summerville, desirably itt
uated m a central part of the town, with large loni
and necessary outbuildings, all in complete repair,
with fireplaces, Ac. Apply as above. 1 April ia
For Sale, Dwelling House, Spring-strut.
BY HOLMES & M At BETH,
No. 36 Broad-street, Brokers and Beal
Will bo sold at Private Sale
That two story WOODN DWELT INO, situated
at the corner ot Spring and Ashley streets, contain?
ing tour .4) upright rooms. Lot uoasuree about
i biri y (30) feet front, by about one hand red and
thirty (130) feet deep.
For terms apply os above. wimi April 6
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
No 31 BroadUstrcet, South ?Ide, near
At Private Palo
FIRSf CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Bice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive and Valuable, Mnnuf ic tori es, Mill Sitas
and Delightful summer R?sidences in variour
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOT8 of all sizes, pria
and descriptions in every part ot the city, j
January 26 mwt8nto
'S HEPATIC MS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES Or TBS
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TEXT ARB RECOMMENDED BT TH?
HEGEMAIN &> CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORE.
IWanufaotrired by C. F. PANKIOT,
CHEMIST ASH AP0TEECA2Y,
OH AR.LESTON", S. C.
JKS-For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.^*
February 15 mwf lyr
LAN DING, KICHAKllSON & UTI AME,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW A SOLIOirOB3 IN EQT5ITY.
.Maun in?. 8. C.
Will practice in Clarendon County, and in tba
United otates Courts.
JAMES D. BLANDINO. JOHN 8. BIOHABDSON, JB..
JOSEPH r. I.B.MK.
JOSEPH F. RH*ME wi I Dractice separately in.
tho Counties of Kewbaw. -umte. Darlington, Wil?
liamsburg, and will give proaipc ..t eniion to all busi?
ness ontiuatod to lils care fm*T->? Apnl9
-r^r IL.L.IAM VAN WICK,
(LATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,)
ATTORNEY AND COUN?ELLOB AT LAW,
No. 29 Wall-street, New Tork,
- BOOM No li.
April 6 lae