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tot fan ona who want aita .tiona or aer vante;
Who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have loot or found artiolea of verne,
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wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
let; artiolea ioet or fbtond; houses, shops! offices
aodJHre bouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
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All advertisements to be inserted at these I
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Maws office by* 9 P. M.
MEETINGS THIS DAY.
Jefferson Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Ghariestou Riflemen 8ooioty, at 8 P. H.
Committee for Reception of Gene;al O'Neil,
at 81' IL
mtwrntan Societj. at 8 P. H.
Borne' Charitable Association, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION VALE i THIS DAY.
Z. B. OAXXS will sell at ll o'olock, at the old
Poetoffioe, the asee ta of Oe Char leeton Loaur
~ance and Trust Com pa ny
Lerra D. Dais ATJSS UBE will sell at ll o'clock,
at the old Poa tornee, real estate.
A C atOQlXXIVBAT will (tell at ll o'clock, at
the old Pogtoffioe, re*l estau>.
R 4?.P. .Catxrwzu, will sell at half-past
9 Cole*, ai their store, tobacco, bacon, ftc
Rason ft SCHACHTE will Bell at a quarter to 10
o'clock, at ?heir eures, shoulders, batter, ftc,
Hamrr Corni ft to. wdl sell at half-pastr
o'clock, af ?a? atore, butter, ftc.
Launs ft iTmrjit will sail at 10 o'clock,
at fbanretojviaag?ea. batter, fte.
towna 4 Co. will sdi a; 10 o'clock, at
their seor o*, bacon, cheese, ftc.
T. IL Cazna wurawu at tbrea-qusrters-past
nine o^aoeh, at bis store, fltmr, sugar. Ac.
JoKH Q, aLnjfcxa A Oo. will sell ai 19 o'clock,
at their salesroom, straw gooda, dry goods, ftc.
" AstB?xtm turnor base ball will be played
(bis afternoon between the Franklin and j
Hrmkeydorw Base Ball Clubs, hoi h Juniors.
Tba game wDI be played at the end of Broad
street, and will be called at ono o'clock.
Ona or VIOLA no s or LAW.-A number of I
grooery store-keepers were up before the Mayor J
yesterday- for sotting their goods on Sun dav.
Doubtless they supposed that the law allowing
iee cream saloons and fhrit stores to keep open
on thai day extended to them. Ibis is not the
DBA.ra or AS O?D P&onrjta.-'ttr. Baruacd
Levy died in. thia ciYy yesterday, ot the ad?
vanced age of eighty-one Tears. He was one
of the oldest members of the err ft here, but ]
bad noi been at the case since before the war.
Ev TrUJ .Tp*"|j?J "g bia time bj
Masai's. Thomas Hiller, Hoff, rbinney and
others. _ ? *r
Tax Caora.-The following extract from a
lotter pated' at rftdleton. 8* C., Maj 22, has
been furnished us : "Mr. A. has planted or is
planting moat of his cotton land in corn. It J
seems that we will never have warm weather;
there was a fr ?st yesterday morning. Mr. C.
has planted aOhls cotton land in corn except
twenty-eight' acres, after be had planted it
twice in ?pttoo.. No one bas a stand. I plant?
ed mine over op ~ Monday and Tuesday last,
lt seems io die as fast as it comea op."
THSSOXHADO.-The wind storm, which waa
experienced, here on Saturday afternoon last,
ha s been felt extensively along the coaat to tho
north of thia point, and Captain Button, of the
steamship 8ea Gull, from Baltimore, at this
place yesterday, reporte taking a heavy blow
from north northeast between Gapes Hatteras
and Lookout, which lasted during the night,
blowing strongest between one and two, Sun?
day morning, -accompanied by rain and much
The steamahip G. W. Evennan, at this place
from Philadelphia yesterday,- took a gale at
six forty-five P. !?. Saturday, off Cape Hatte?
ras, the wind being much of the time from
north northwest, blowing with great violence,
accompanied by bail, ram and lightning.
CoKTTNEMTALa.-At a meeting of the Conti?
nental fire and military organisation, held on
Saturday evening, the following were elected
* offito era of the military branch:
Gsoxox A. RXOHKOXD, Captaba.
' H. 1. Baan; First Lieutenant ~ .
A. 8. PHTLZJPI. Second Lieutenant.
B. W. Ilanama. laird Lieutenant.
A B. Mnr.ara, Orderly Semant
?Ainu Beean, Second Sergeant,
tawpan nv Kxra-eTxaxr.-The small
olrr-fashioned store in King-street, opposite
Hasel, occupied by Mr. P. Sebuokmann,isbeing
falten down, and will ba replaced by a large
iron frpit building, with all the modern im?
provements. If the other ooo story building
next to the one being pulled down could be
served hi the same way, aai a nev store built
tn its peace, tue whole hue of the King-street
stores would be greatly improved in appear
PAXASB or OT Costar STAB CoacrAar, No. 5
ICOLOBKD.)-This organisation, composed of
some of the best colored men in the city, pa?
raded throng ta, the principal streets yesterday
afternoon, with their engine tastefully deco?
rated with artificial flowers. They, looked well,
and then: quiet demeanor eho^d complimen?
tary remarks from the citizens. They gave an
entertainment in the evening, andi enjoyed
themselves hugely. Their famous drum corps
waa oat bi foll uniform.
HOTEL AXUVALS, MAX H.-Pavilion Hotel.
T, T. Pendarvis, Summerville; TT. P. Dation
Steamahip Sea Gall; G. P. Brown, Baltimore;
N. J. Thooroo, City.
Charleston Hotel-D. Callahan, Savannah;
John A. Moroso, City; John McCullough, New
York; J. B. Lamar," Savannah; B. Craven, New
York'; W. C. Moan, Bdtimore; J. G. Firz
patrick, Richard M. Crejton, New York; John
Chadwick, Wadtnalaw; P. A. Hendrix, Balti?
more; I. J. Robertson, Colombia; W. Y. Tay?
lor, Wm and child, Philadelphia; J. B. Ker?
shaw. Camdon; W. W. Swift, J. L. Bapley,
Michigan; J. Solely, Pittsburg.
THE QUO WAMBANTO CASH.
C ero rc Br. Associate Jntttee Willard
* IA ? bambara. .
At 10 o'clock voBtorday morning, the time
appointed f >r hearing: tho return to the writs
of quo voarranlo served on Alderman Barrow,
T. J. Mackey and Greene, tba roajoudents ap?
peared through their counsel before Mr. Asso
oiato Justice Willard, sitting iu Chambers.
Mr. Thorin of counsel for Aldermen Barrow
and T. J. Mackey, moved that farther proceed?
ings ander the writs be forthwith quashed, and
was proceeding to quote aut hont iee in support
of that course, when the Court interrupted
him sud deohnod to entertain the motion.
Mr. Bowen, the Benior counsel for the same
respond?n td, then proceeded to read the re- j
tarns to the writs in their respective case?.
The returns are substantially the sams ia par.
port, and recite that the said David Burrow
and T. J. Maskey were daly elected Aldermen
for the City of Charleston on th3 10th day i
November last, for a term of omeo which has
not yet expired; that they duly qua!.fled and en?
tered npon their dattes ou the 31 dar of May,
inst., and that they bold and ex ar j is 3 their !
offices at Aldermen of right and by warrant of
law. And in reply to the sugesti?n flied by |
the Attorney General, on behalf of the 8 tafo,
they make a general denial of tho allegations I
therein contained, Alderman Barrow affirming
that be was, at tho time of the dec .ion, and J
baa boen over since, and is now, a resident of j
Ward No. 8; anti Alderman T. J. Maskey affirm?
ing- that he was a resident of the State at the
tame of the adoption of the constitution there?
of, and exercised bis right as an eleotor by
I voting at the election for the ratification of j
said constitution. All of which statements
aro duly supported by j he sworn affidavits of
the respondents aforesaid.
Mr. I. B. King, of counsel for Aider nan
Greene,' read a return to the wac issued
against that Alderman, which generally de?
nies the allegations contained in the sugges?
tion, and obj oe ts to the samo on tno ground |
that they are unsupported by affidavit, and
claims that the relator was not.in fact the At
tomoy-Gonoral, but 8)m? private person or
persons, and that the signature of the Attor?
ney-General was only affixed to the suggestion
Mr. King was proceeding to argue this lat?
ter point, when he was interrupted by the
Court, who decided that there was no ground
for going behind the signature of the Attorney-1
General, unless counsel were prepared to show
that the same was unauthorized.
Mr. Kins then proposed to offer affidavits in
support of the allegations contained in the re- j
torn ot Alderman Greens.
Mr. Pres Jley, in behalf of the relator, said that
if the counsel for the respondents proposed to
try the caso by affidavits, the counsel for the
relator would assent to that proposition.
Mr. King explained that he meant only to
present the affidavits as a basis for quashing
proceedings under the writ. Otherwise bis
olient wished to pot himself upon the country.
Mr. Bowen'said that Alderman Barrow and
I. J. Mackey also desired to pst th em sol ve s
upon the country. He contended that an As?
sociate Justice, sitting in Chambers, had no j
right under the Constitution of the State to]
try and determine questions of fae t.
Mr. Preaaley, in reply, argued at some
length to show that by manifest implication j
the court, in some oases, had clearly the right
to try and decide questions of fact as well as of I
law. He urged that its powers in t h ia respect
were analbgoas to those of a chancellor under
the old judicial eytem of the State, and cited j
precedents to show that in many oases sacha
right had been claimed and^xeroised hy the
jhancery courts. . *
The Court said that this was a qu es ti or of
ri i al imp?rtanos, and one by which many in
?roste would be curiously affected. He would I
herefore suggest to counsel that an occasion
ihould be fixed when the matter could be fully
hscussed. Tnis could not be done now, as
ho session of the Supreme Court was about to
?pen. He would frankly say to counsel, how
iver, that hil prepossessions were adverse to
he concession that such a right belonged to
Mr. Pressley said that he desired s full ar- tl
rument of the question, and if the decision of
he court should bs adverse, he would move ti
hat leave be granted to transfer the cases to tl
he dock o t of tbe Supreme Court, in order that B
he question might be brought ap before a full n
By consent of counsel it was then arranged ii
hat tho hearing ot the argument on the con- ll
estedpoint sh mid tako place at 4 o'clock this p
Tuesday) afternoon. The court thea ad- o
LABOE LAND SALS KEAB CHIBLESTON-THE N
itiAKB BABOST AUX*OTHBB VALUABLE PBOPXBTV Q
k)LD. -The changes which have been brought p
.bout by the revolution through which ve
tare passed, have rendered many alterations
leceeaary in the conduct oi a large planting Q
Btereet in the South, and tho improvements
lemanded to produce a successful result, will t.
induce many large landholders to lessen their
nterest in order that the remainder of their -,
?states may be conducted with moro undivided
?tention. A sale has just been completed of b
>ne of the most extensive and valuable plant- S|
ng interests on the Southern seaboard, tbe
ract being a principality in size and composed 0
if a splendid rica estate and an immense body
>f valuably upland. This princely domain has
teen purchased by the well known commercial c
louse of our city, Messrs. Willis A Chisolm, who ?
ire associated with Henry Hart, Esq., of New D
fork, and consists first of the Blake
>arony, late the property of Daniel Blake, tl
Esq., situated on the Co rn bah co River, and j
ihich has been in that family since the Colo- f(
ual times. This tract, to which some additions
vere made from time to time, has an area ii
if about fourteen thousand six hundred acres, fl
if which fourteen hundred and fifty is first
.lass rice land, capable of the highest produc- f.
ion, four hundred acres of cleared upland, fl
md much of the balan?a is superior woodland, *
nth a valuable growth of timber. Hie 8 iva n
lah Railroad passes through this Ia : : to the ti
Stent of four and a half miles. Thu ->por- d
y was sold for forty thousand dollar*, ,:art
.ash and the balance on time. The next par- p
base by the Barne parties was the Pleasant ai
.nd Bose Hill plantations, lying immediately k
.djaoent to the above, conran tins of four hun?
dred aniLseventy-aix acres ot first-class rico
and, two hundred acres of cleared upland and tl
eventeen hundred acres of unoioared oak and tl
Lickory land. This was lately the property o
f Mrs. General Trapier, and was at one time a:
he residence of her father, Charles Hey ward, c;
?sq. It was sold for twenty-eight thousand ?
ol?ais, part cash and part time. The pur- a
hisers expect soon after taking possession of b.
his property to place it under the most skilful ai
aanagement, and the latest improvements in a
he cultivation of the soil, particularly in the G
TO wt h of rice, will be adopted and carried on p
rich energy. We wish these gentlemen the "
uost dtcided success; for it is only by the ap* ai
'Kc at ion of energy, skill and capital, that the vi
oath may hope to be speedily resuscitated ol
nd her abundant resources brought forth to ai
dd to the prosperity and power of her people, ei
REPORT?ES' CBUMBS.-Committees of tbe at
axions lodges met last night to discuss plus sc
jr a. Mason ic fair. ai
"A box of concentrated lye, containing one oe
undred pounds, ls at the Guardhouse await- ni
ig an owner. - -1 pi
ANOTHER KBETINO OE COUNCIL,
SHH OPP O-I HO* * LANK LD-NO QUOBDkT.
AHearra AMcrnaa rn ide Mayor, pro tem
The proceedings ia toe Coaooil chamber
lae. Dight showed that the minority are not
yet dead, and that they hare still vitality
enoogh to cause considerable damage to per?
severing opposition, lt was plain enoogh that
six votes were not as good as ten on a square
division, and the six determined, it seems, to
try whether a flank movem?nt wonld not do
better than the direot attack. The Brx went
quietly to the City Hall and as quietly to the
Mayor's room, where there was a solemn con?
sultation, whioh ended in the withdrawal of
the six from the building. Howard, colored,
whs bad heretofore supported the TBS, was
one of the flankers, so that when the Mayor
entered the Council chamber there were
only present the unes ol the opposition-one
less than a quorum. It is hard to say whether
the Bmrc were aware of the blow that was about
to fall, but they behaved themselves particu?
larly well under the circumstances, and proved
their faith by ap pointing E. P. Wall, a negro
Alderman, Mayor pro tem; the appointment
being made by a body which, as it was with?
out a quorum, ;ould transact no business
At a few minutes after eight o'clock, the
Mayor appeared and took his seat, when there
were found to be present Aldermen T. J.
Mackey, E. W. M. Mackey, Barrow and Greene,
also Hampton, Small, B. P. WaU, L. F, Wall,
and Thorne, colored. Nine <n all.
The Mayor, looking around, said that, as
there was not a quorum preaent, he would sug?
gest a motion to adjourn.
This was an unexpected ooup, and thc oppo?
sition looked as blank as a dead man.
Alderman T. J. Maokey came to the rescue
and suggested that the messenger be Bent to
summon the absent members, some ot wbom
wero in the Mayor's ornoo, and moved that the
messenger be dispatched on that errand.
Ihd Mayor said that nuder, the 14th rule no
meeting could take place after the hour ap?
pointed for the meeting was passed.
?. P. Wall colored, read the 5th rule impos?
ing a floe on members who might absent
themselves. He said he was satisfied that
lome of the missing Aldermen were in tbe
The Mayor said the rule applied when Coun?
cil was in session.
E. P. Wall, colored, said it may bs so con
itrued, or otherwise construed. If they re
nain in the Mayor's rx>m they are "obnox
ona" to the penalty.
Alderman T. J. Maokey asked if Council had
io power to make the members attend.
The Mayor said the chair had decided the
Alderman T. J. Maokey (aside.) We under?
hand that subterfuge fully.
E. P. Wall, colored. Do you assume that
rou have the power to summon the members
0 attend? Don't you think you are competent
osead the messenger to summon the mem*
?ors to attend.?
The Mayor. No question oan be entertained
rit hont a quorum. I am unwell and you will
lo me the favor to move an adjournment.
E. P. Wall, colored. If no question can be
ntertained, how can a motion to adjourn be ?
The Mayor. If you will not grant my re
meat, I will.
Here he was interrupted by Alderman E. W.
1. Maokey, who asked hov many made a
The Mayor. Tea and the Mayor.
L. F. Wall, colored. Please make the Clerk
ee how many are here.
The Mayor. If-roa wo?'* ******* i ??? -
ats the chair.
The Mayor then retired. As he walked out
doorman T. J. Maokey said : You ought to
T. Small, colored. The chair is vacant. I go!
ood night! And he made for the door.
T. J. Mackey. Mr. Small 1 Mr. Small I
A number of the Aldermen, however, cried
ut: Let him go t Let him go 1
Small had reached the door, when Alderman
'. J. Mackey overtook him and poured Bepub
can log! i in his ear with so much effect,
dat Small was overcome and resumed bis seat.
Alderman T. J. Mackey then read from sec
lon 5", act December 21,1836, whioh provides
hat, "in case of tho siokness or temporary ub?
eno? of tho Mayor of tho said city the Alder?
ton shall appoint one of their number to act
s Mayor pro tem., who shall, for the time be?
lg, exeroisa the power and duties vested in
ho Mayor," and moved that a member bo ap
ointed to adjourn tho board decontly and in
After a deal of side talking and bobbing of
eada to and fro, during which E. P. Wall was
lformed of tho honor va store for him, Alder
rml.J, Mackey moved that "Alderman E.
'. Wall be appointed to act in the Mayor's place.
L. F. Wall, colored. I second thc motion.
Alderman E. W. M. Mackey. If there is no
bjection, Alderman Wall will take the chair.
The quostiou being decided in thc affirma
ive, E. P. Wall, colored, advanced to the chair.
Alderman T. J. Mackey. If tho Mayor comes
1 with ho carpet-sack, all well and good.
On motion of Aldemnn T. J. Mackey the
oard adjourned to meet on Wednesday even
lg, the 2Gth inst., at 8 o'clock.
The famous'ioine" then walked quietly out
f the chamber.
MAYOB'S CO?BT, MAY 24.-The following
asea, including offences committed on Satur
ay and Sunday, were disposed of yesterday
John Robinson, colored, for stealing from
he money drawer of Messers. Hart A Co.,
Ling street, was turned over to a magistrate
Prince Moore, colored, for disorderly conduct
i Mr. F. A. Fuller'd yard, Calhoun street was
ned $5, whioh he paid.
Primus Iimmons and Jane Lodson, colored
)r fighting in Lynch, uear Beaufain street,
uod $5 each, which they could not raise and
ero "sout up."
Philip and Sarah Oe dd?, colored, for assaili?
ng Datecavo Coates ia the disohargo of his
aty, wero referred to a magistrate.
Samuel H?sel, colored, for entering; the
remises of Hary Jaoksoa, colored, m Calhoun
troet, and beating md assaulting her with a
nifo, was ref erred to a magistrate.
THE 19rn CKHTOBT.-The first number of
lia new Southern magasine will be issued on
ie first of June, and has an attractive table
f contents. Among the prominent articles
re: The Blockade Runners of the Confedera?
se My Friend's Revenge, a true story of the
ast India Mutiny; Shoulder to Shoulder; Rc
liniscenoes of Confederate Camps and Fields,
j Personne; About Noses; and there are also
^r cultural and scientific departments, passes
t books, and "Sooty-graphs from a Charcoal
allery-Ethiopian Eloquence on a Bender,"
rofuaefy illustrated. The proprietors say:
The 19. hCentury speaks for itself. It is the
m of tba publishers to make a sprightly, vi
icious and entertaining magazine. The ar ti?
es are short, pithy, pie as Lng varied, and there
re no continued stories. It is a Southern
iterprise, and we have faith enough in our
3opie to believe that they will lend encour
rement to boothera literature. Year'y sub
tription $3 50; single numbers 35 cents; post
re only two oents a number. Address all
immunicationa to F. G. De Fon'.aine, Busi
sss Managsr 1W? Oenflfcy Pflblisriing Corn
in/; Charleston, S. Q.
Fi CHIT ra EUiTorr-8TBHiT.--On yea ei da v af?
ternoon a fight took place in Elliott-street be?
tween a number of colored men. One of them,
named Hicks, woanded a colored man, nama J
Henry Holmes, wiiha brick, giving him a acep
cat on the head aud one on the neck, from
which the blood flowed profusely. A orowd
soon gathered, and Hicks was arrested and
taken before Magistrate Mackey, who, in de?
fault of bail, sent him to Jed,
Tm Suraucx COUBT.-The Supreme Court
0/ the Sta? e assembled yesterday morning in
the Equity Court room for the pnpose of hear?
ing the Charleston cases on th? Anng,dooket,
not disposed of at the 'Aord term of the Court.
Chi rf Justice Moses and Associate Justice Wil?
lard were present. *
?The oase of Henry Tretcot, Registrar of
Mesne Convayance, ads the State ex rela
tione the Attorney General, came np for hear?
ing. This is an action which was heard before
Judge Carpenter on a quo warrante, involving
the right to the office of the Registrar of
Mesne Conveyance. Mesera. W. H. Trescot
and E' Mc Grady, Jr., ware heard for the appel?
lant, and the Attorney-General, D. H. Cham
lain, for the appellees.
The case of J. P. Devenu vs. Bowens
Clark and others, also came up. Mr. B.
De Treville appearing for the appellant, and
Messrs. Macbeth and Buist and Simons & Bieg?
ung for the appelleess. The court waa occu?
pied with the bearing of this case until the
hoar of adjournment.
UNITED STATES Cracurr COTJBT-Omar JUS?
TICE CHASE PBESTDIXO.-The court opened at
10 o'clook yesterday morning, Chief Justice
Chase and Judge Bryan on the bench.
The jurors for the Oirjuit Court were dis?
missed, to appear on Friday next at 10 A. M.
Tho jurors tor the United States District Court
will not be needed until the 14th of June.
Tho Admiralty Appeal Dooket having been
taken np, the court proceeded with tbe case of
tho United States vs. two hundred and fifty
hogsheads of molasses, to., cargo of the
schooner Aid, condemned for violation of the
District Attorney Corbin and Mefars. B. S.
Duryea and J. B. Campbell appeared for the
government, and Messrs. James Conner and
A. G. Magrath for the agent of the cargo,
Mr. F. P. Salas, of the firm of Salas A Co. This
case involves an amount of some $18.500, the
proceeds of the cargo, when sold and paid into
the registry of the court to await a decision.
Judge Bryan gave decree in tavor of the gov?
ernment, and an appeal was taken to the
Mr. Corbin reaoVthe evidence taken in the
District Court, and opened the argument for
the government. ,
Counsel for Salas A Co. stated that they
would cot introduce any testimony, but pro?
posed to ask the instructions of the court upon
the questions involved, and to rest their case
entirely upon propositions of la j.
The case was then argue#at considerable
length by Messrs. Magrath k Conner for the
appellants, and by Mr. B. S. Duryea for the
The court reserved its decision.
The oase of the steamship Moneka vs. Rich?
ard Arnold, libel for damages for three horses
lolled or disabled in transita from New York to
Charleston^ was then taken np.
Mr. Conner appeared for appellant. Messrs.
A. H. Brown and B. S. Duryea for appellee.
Mr. Conner opened and concluded his argu?
ment, after which the court adjourned.
Return of ThajWirs.
Atarrcnlfir mnnHna* nf thn Garrr?- Btasuj
Company, held on tho evening of the 12th day
of May, 1869, it was unanimously
Resolved, That the thanks of this company
be tendered to the Stonewall Fire Company lor
the loan of their engine, and to the Ama Fire
Company for the loan of their reel, durinz tho
time tbat our engine was under repairs previ
aaa to tho last anniversary of the Fire Depart?
From the minutes.
Gt: EH A RD REECKE., Secretary.
B USINE88 NOTICES.
CHANGS OE DAT OF SALE.-The Berreeford
street properly, which was to have been sold
to-day, the 2i th instant, by Mr. J. T. Hum?
phreys, wilt not be disposed of until Thursday,
the 27th instant.
DURING thc rebuilding of his store, Philip
Scbuokmann, dealer in worsted and trim?
mings, has removed to the re ir of Mr. John
M. Greer's books'ore coiner of Eng and
Beaufain-street, entrance through Mr. Grcor's
and io Beaufain-atreet.
AUCTION NOTICE.-Attention is called to the
aale, to take pince to-day, at 10 o'clock, of de
?irablo securities, and the valuable business
stand, No. 8 Broad street, bslng the assets of
the Inauiance and Trust Company.
Z. B. OAKES,
May 25 I Auctioneer.
Tux "BADEN" PAPEB COLLAR AND CUFFS, at
May ll tutus No. 219 King-street.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each ease bf
riven as to the style of coloring pieferred.
April 22 3mon*
J^rts an) /ant i s?) i tig ?OD?IS.
^ Q Q rp rp , 3
f SHIKT EMPORIUM,"
THE ONLY EXCLUDIVE
FURNISHING STORK I* QHAKI.ESTON
OECEIVSD A NSW UPPL?
OF THE CELEBRATED
ALSO, AU SIZES Ol'
IRAT'3 PATENT MOULDED PAPES COLLARS,
Which ?re offered ot very Low Prices.
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
UNDER THE V
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
January 1 v 6m0"
r L. AI O S E S ,
No. 34 Broad-street.
COLLECTOR OF RENTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
April 10 atuth3uwa
flugs, Remir?is, Cir.
A II DY'S I^UPHYL.\C1I<) 8LVIB.
Idler from Hm. Alea. BI. St p 5 ?JU, 0/ OeoraUx.
( BATrrosDBTixxB. Gs September 29,1868.
Darb?'* Propuylsctic F.uiri ls aa article of little
oo^t bat urea* value. Irs domas'io as weil aa medi?
cinal rses ara num?ros*, wbi e lis specialties are
most wonderful I have not been wlihontft 'or
ten years, and no bead of a nundy who can afford
to have lt ibould be withoat lt
ALEX EL STEPHENS.
TUB WON DE KP Uli FAMILY MEDI.
Letter from Mc Surgton-Stneral of Hie late Confeder
/. BicatcoND, 7a, January 14, 1868.
JOHN DAIBI 4 CO.. NO. 160 Willi am- street, New
GenUem-n-I have received your letter of the 15th
af December, 1666, callina my attention to your 1
?Darby'a Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheertnlly cute that the Fluid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with great benet! to the patients-all the sur?
geons making a favorable report-a great deal of it
waa used ia tbs hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient ?errant,
?AM'L PUBsXON MOOBK, M. D,
KM OBY COLL tor, OXTORS. GA., December 38.1668.
Prof. Dan&T. Dear Sir- nsvtog not bren en?
gaged for many years In the active duties of tao
Medical pr ufo isl on. I am only superficiale acquaint?
ed witn the ols'ms ef your Propbyiuctio ff raid, but
am well acqudu ted with its chemical clements.
Whhe, tberetore. I anuot speak experimentally of
the value of tbo compound ve. tho disinfdCtng and
tberateutic properties ot the ngcntx em ..eyed in its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion jf >ts disoo*ersr, as a onemntc, aa tb ariz a me to
regard ita merit, as ot a hi^b order; on the whole lt
must be considered as u valuaole contri jutiou to the
class of articles to which lt be.cnga.
These viows, ?may add, aro us tamed by the testa
mo 'y 01 many c.rapetent judges, who have tested
its properties. Believs me, dear air.
A. Mr.ANH, H.D., LL. D.
CUBES BURNS. Wot NOS, STINGS, die.
ALU)AMA iHSAWE HoSriTAX, )
ToscanoOiA. December 52.1868. f
Messrs. JOHN DABBT St Co, Mo. 160 William-street,
Oei tlemen-l received your circulars of the li th
matant, asking an expression or opinion from me aa
to tbe merl : a of your Prophylactic Find, lbs pre?
paration bas been so generally used by the profes?
sion and public at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it Bee ma to mi to need no farther recom?
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too, whfta in
dicat- d, it is not exoslkd bv any similar preparation.
We use permeanganio pr?parations very extensively
in this hospital, and cou d not do without them. I
consider yon>s Ue best sad most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured.
Bes pee tinily yours, ?0.,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Sup't and Physician Alabama Insane Hospital.
DO WI HI dc MO I BK,
May 25 tuths3moe I gents for South Carolina.
A. W. ECKEL & CO.,
. Nd. 331 King-Street,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
their splendid new black marble
ARCTIC SODA FOUNTAIN,
The finest and the best apparatus ever t rough t to
Charleston. Thgy_are_aJflo nrpparf ri to nffor OB
FB?SH, SPARKLING AND COOL,
And containing all the Medicinal Properties for
which those waters are eo widely celebrated. They
ahawould direct attention to their
Where tho purest and best Drugs only are used,
and Proscriptions filled by the Proprietors them?
selves, both old and experienced Pharmaceutists.
They have a full assortment of
Embracing the fabrics of some of the best Perfumers
in Otrmany, France and England.
May ll . I'irhs
No. 85 BROAD-STREET,
tii-tween King and Meetlng-sts.
rjriHL' SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED THE ABOVE
ESTAELISBMKNT, where can te found a well
selected assortment of puro and fresh
Particular attention is given tho DI?PENSD G
DEPARTMENT*. The medicines used are epeclaUy
selected from tho best chemical labcratotiea and
imparting hous w, and can be rollo j on,
Beek!ea bis personal attention, ho bas engaged
tho services of a Graduate of Pharmacy aa au as?
sistant, which will insure tho greatest care in the
COMPOUNDING OF PBEiiCBlPnONS.
S3*- Prescriptions pnt np at all hours
Day or bight.
E. H. KELLERS, 91. B.
May 2*3 ' _0
Purifies the Blood.
For Bole by Druggists Everywhere.
Juiv'a 0*0 t?i
UAMt'OOING AND I1ALR-CUTTI?G.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
april M No, 31 nroac-straet cup stair*.)
atrip ?, Han?, Shoulden, fe.
JEFFOttDS & IjO.
Will toll ..H.R DIT. la lr mt of meir ?toro? Nos, 17
and 19 Vea luo Kan ;o, st 0 o'o ock
2*0 pinnda CHOI H-iKl>s '
800 Choice 1 O. Hams
CCO Choles ?r:R lu rt Moulders
8 bites -mokcil Jol>-s
8a boxes Cboiio New Goshen Cheese
SS a kin3 Qboieo Mew Butter
. M tu Di New York State Batter
26 base? ohacoo
100 obis rina and fxrra Flour
Ito rubs Extra and Leaf L ri
78 Coxes bo. 1 Soap
IO sicks Cholos Bio coffee
30 thia. Light Brown Sogar. - .. _
May 3? , .*.
? New Butter. * . .
BY HENRY Ci BIA &?0.
THIS DAT, at half-past 9 o'oVwk, in front of our
Store, ?ill be sold,
IS tabs NEW BUTTER.
Conditions cash. Mayas
BYK. k A. P. A LD WELL.
THIS DAT, the 35th ?utant, will be s*4d, bafors
our Store, st all-paat 9 o'clock,
ll borea M ANUFAC I USED TOBACCO
ISO Dry Catted -bon I de ?
20 barrels Pwkled Beef
60 boxes Adsmaniiae Candles
36 tubs Extra Lord
80 barrels Fi our.
CondrtioDscuh. May 15
At&ts of thc Insurance and Trust Company of
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sold, Ttl in DAT, 2 itu but, near the Old
Postoffice, at li o'o loo ?,
The 4RSIT8 Ol' J UK INbCEA?OE AND TBUST
COM PA* Y of . hail eton.
cowals mt o or:
938 HALF KBABaS S .Dru CAROLINA RAIL?
$4000 h i per Cent. Bonds East Tennessee and
OeoTRia Railroad rompanv
$6000 -ev.in per Ont. Booda City of Sovannnh
$1000 er>>n per Cent Bond Memphis and Chaclet
ton Ralina id Company
t30O0 Seren per > 'ent. Bonds Sooth Carolina Rail?
road erm any
?260U Six per Cett Bonds Oreen viii? and Colum?
bia Ballr.??d Company, guaranteed by State of South
$3000 -ii per cont. Bonds Utv of Me ai phis, craar.
anteed by Memphis and ChorlcBtwt Railroad Oem
9 Bonds, $80 each State of south Oarohne Ecvon
per Cent, dated Februar? 1,18G1
$6809 Oily ot chat leaton -ir per Cent, Stock
$600 Bond Memphis and Ohio Batir ud
20 abares Preferred ?stock Northeastern Railroad
$376 Certificate of Indebtedness South Carolin?
$288 certificate of Indebtedness Northeastern Rail?
96 shares Bank Charleston Stock
63 Shares People's Bank
90 Shares Bank Georgetown
217 r bares State Bank
330 Shares Bank ol South Carolina
366 shares Farmera'.and Exchango Bank
$100 000 Confederate States Registered Stock
$32.860 Contenente t-tates Eigi.t per Oeat Bonds
$9800 Confederate Statos Four per Cent. Bonds
$30 000 Interest bearing Conlederste Treasury
The two story granite iront BUILDING, No. 8
Broad-street, well knora a* the om e of the Com?
pany, and one of the best business stands on
Broad-atrtet. Lot 20 feet front and 110 feet deep.
ConditU ns-For the securities cash; for the real
estate one-third cash; balance In two equal annual
instalment*, ?Ith interest at ten (10 per cent. pay.
able semi annually; building to be kept insured sad
policy anula n ed ; or all cash st Ibo option of the par?
ch jBer. Purchaser io pay tor papers and stamps.
. o-.-avannah Republican. Augusta Constitution?
al int, ataron Telegaph and Columbia Pheonix will
insert above and send bills immediately to auctioneer.
V \DEk**DKCKKK I* Etil ITV.
Wm- O. Whildtn vt. James B. Sanders el al
Decree for Foreclosure.
Br A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Under the Decree of the Court of Common Pleas for
this counti. I will sell, at public auction, to the
bnihest bidder, at the Old Poitofflce, on the
TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF MAY. 1889.
All thit LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate, lyinp and being on tbe north side of El?
liott (now Spring) street In Cannons boro', Charles
street aforesaid, east on lands of Mr. Seabrook, and
?est on land , of H. Mil s; measuring and contain?
ing forty-lour (Mt f-et front and back, by three hun?
dred and nineteen (319) feet deep.
Terms-one-nalf cash; remainder in one year, to
be secured by bond bearing Interest at the rate of 7
per cent from day of salt, and a mortgage of the
propert? ; premises to be inturrd and policy assign?
ed. Purchaser to pay tor stamp ? and rapers.
e. w. AL MAOKBY,
May 25 ta? 8. C. 0.
INKER DKl'KKK IM EHLITY
Hannah Euston vs. James E. Walker.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 6th day of June
next in trout or the old Customhouse, tn Charles?
ton, at ll o'clock A. M, precisely,
AU that certain LO ? OF LtND. with the Build?
ings thereon, situ .te on the west side of Meeting
street, Ward No. 1, and known ai the No. 133, in
the City of Charleston ; meMunng and containing tn
front on Meeting-stn-et 2j feet C Inches, and tn depth
from east to west Ht feet, bo the s-mo morn or bsa
Butting and branding east ou Meeting-street, to (be
weat and north on lands of James E. Walker, south
on lands of Robert ?. Mi lar.
All that LOT OF LAM), with the Buil 'iugsthere?
on, next north and adjoining tho lot above describ?
ed, s?mate on the west side oi Meeliug-strec*, Ward 4,
and known also a?. No. 13) and lutwy occupied os tho
omeo ot the Charleston Mercury, meamrlug and con?
taining in front on Meo i o?-s t. 19 feet, more or less
on the northern line from cast <o wo 195 feet, ?h?n
running from south to north 21 feet 3 inches, thon
on tho nortnern dne 49 feet, on tbe west linc 40
foot 3 inches, snd on the south line 141 feet, bo the
aime more or less. Hnt'lng and bound ng east on
Meeting-street, to the south and west on lands of
the said Jame* F. Walker, sea to the north on lands
of the estate of Walker and K. Adams
'1 ermj-one-third ca-h; tulane in four equal
succ?s ive annual Instalment*, with interest thereon
at rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable eemt-an
nuolly, to bu secured by bond or bonds ot tho pur?
chaser and mortgage of thc said premises; inc
bulldiugsto bc insured ard policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps
E. W. M. M ACE ET, S. C. 0.
May 18 T tu4
BY JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
On THURSDAY. 27th inst, I will sell, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL uF LAND, sit?
uate on north side of Berroiford-stroci, in tbe City ol
Charleston, measuring and containing in front on
said street 20 feet and in depth northwardly 86 feet,
more or less; butting and bounding north on lind
formerly of J. H. Sutcliffe, south on Borrtafore-street,
east ou'lan J? formerly of Isaac Barrett, and west on
lot next described.
All that other LOT OF LAND adjoining to the weet,
mearunng and containing in front on Berreefor. -
strcet aforesaid 3D tee , and in depth 84 feet, more or
less; butting and hounding nr-rth on lands now or
lote of J. II. Sutcliffe, south on Berresford-sireet,
east on lot above described, and west on lands now
ar late of BAL
On said two Lots of Land are BUILDINGS con?
taining twenty-four rooms, and used aa a Boarding
I erma-One-half cash; balance in cno and two
rears, with interest thereon at the tate of seven par
wat. per annum, papable semi-annually; secured oy
bond < f purchaser and mortgage of thc premises
irhir-b aro to be insured and the policy a-s'gued.
Parcha ?er to pay me for rapers and for etara rp.
May 17 mwt 4tuth2
BY JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
On THURSDAY, the nth in^aut I wVI sell at ll
o'clock, at the old us:oinaouso,
All that LO' OF LAND, with tb? Brick Fuild
Inga tjcrcoj, situate on tl c wist std'-cf East Bay
?treet, ond k own Uv the No. 158, at pre ent
accupiod by Moss?. Einsm in ? Howell; messcr
!ns 'ii front on Eas' Bay-atrcet - text, and in dr-pth
U? 35-100 tect Butting ard bounding to the e?st
au K st Bay-street, north on lot of land below de?
scribed as No 155, sou h cu land? of Poincfgnon
ttid Barrett and west on the alley way below de?
scribed frontin>! ou Unity Alley, which tald alley to
ac used in common os nght, f way to both lots.
Alt ?hat other LOT OF LAND, with tbe Wooden
Building thereor, on rhe west side cf East Bay
street, and adjoining the above described lot on tbe
north, and known by the No. 156, at present unoc?
cupied ; measuring in front on East Bay.street -
feet, and in dep:h 128 33 100 feet, more or lees. But?
ting and bounding to the east on East Bay-street,
north on lands now or Late of F. Poinclgnon, west
an lands now or late of-, then in an easterly
iirectlon on land.? now or late of -, thence south
sn lands now or late of -, thence on the alley
?ray below described, and to the south on let No. 16?
All that Cher PIECF, PVB0EL OR LOT CF
LAND, fronting on Unity Alley, measuring and ron
laming in front 8 60-100 feet, and In depth 93 CU 10P
reel, tobe used as a right of way to both thc a boro
mentioner* lots, all of which will more lu ly appear
by plat drawn by John L. Branch, Surveyor, on
25th February, 18?H, which can be seen ot my offiC''.
No. 27 Broad- treer. . . .
Terms-One-hall ca?h: balance in on? and two
fears, wl h Gierest there-n at the nf?; of seven per
:ent. per annum, payables- ?"'-nnLUV o bren's es
?ond of purch -ser und -eorieaeo of he rrein.se?.
shiel, are to be brrrjr*d and ' ?. E?SmT?
Puroh-.-.- to pay mc for pa e. . vd r?*~'f,.M
9ftoult-rt, Banu, Strips, Hatter, > htm*.
RIECK ti & >i IM' HTK
WUleell at their Ktore*. Ho. leland MS Baal fiar?
T " I - JD ? Y, at gaar?*r before 10 o'clock, A,
6000 poaada ?d' lULDtKS
*<W ou nd* ?Rgt-d Bun?
. 60? poonda Ex.rm Suomi -strips
7? packages New G B Uar ?
SO boxea Mate an rf Dalry Cheese
20 tam Extra Lard
20 sae a Good Bio roftVe . '- - .
aOCO pounds D. s. uhonlstrs - .
Gandins, vinegar, Soused figs Peet, Pickled Bee*
Tongas*, sc., tu?. u-j %\
Positive Bale. V
* BY T. M. CATER.
Will be SOM THIS DAY. on Brown** wharf, at
qutrtexs past 9 o'clock,
60 ob's. FLOUS, now landing
* 40 bbls.*Brown Sugar
40 tnt? Laid
30 boxes -oap
20 cabs Botter
Lot open Orcckery-Piatee, Bowls. Swen aol
Basins, Chambers, Ar.
Co nd macs casa._. TtTs*|f
Tongues, Butter, Ham, Shoulders, Beef,Emf ty
BT LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 26th in wai be said, before ow stow,
at 10 o'dock. ~
3 bbls. 8MOKKD TONGUES
16 arkins Batter
X i bbls. nsw Hams .
200 brigbt r-hou.d-ra
to tes. Reef
SOO empty Corn Ficks
ll boxes OUtes
aso ES i. oawazea
2T5 reams Wrapping Paper, Ac, ftc,
Conditions cash._May M
LadieS Trimmed Hits, Hen's Assorted Feit
H?t8, Dry Goods, Hosiery, Pocket Books*
BY JOHN O. KILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 36th inst, at 10 o'olock. we wtllseUat
oar taoh m Salesroom, No. 13S Meei in street,
MUSBV N r AU ii HATS, Paarl Norm?. Mila?
Bel P. Hadn Natalie, attn Saltana, -teran-end Paw?,
Pelai Li Hue -undowus. Tr.m ned Assorttd Bett*
nets, Ci I dre 's Jolly Chin -nnshln?, Childrens.*
Straw Jem. Vaous and Nonna Hats. Men's as
sored Felt Hats, Palmetto Paos, Amorted Poekai
Books, ??lack alpacas. Grenadliea Nainaosk and
India Mull Muslins. Oott d ti wis*, printed Piquee.
Wblte Barcg) -bawls. Lt co Shawl*. Hoop Skirts,
B.neatid hrown "huting. Brown lab ling Diaper.
10-4 and 11-4 Marseilles Quilts, Umbrellas, Heavy
Silk Mils, ftc, ftc,
ON ACCOUNT OF ALL OONO HRH KD, OCT BALS
7-8 BA rE-VlLLB ?HEET?NG, (damaged.)
Condiciona cash. May 2*
Brick Store House, Philadelphia street. .
BY LOUIS D. Be&USSURE.
THIS DaY, the i5th May, at ll o'clock A. M..
will be sold at tbs Old Postofltoe, Broad-street,
The two-story BRICK 8TORE HOUSE, with alala
roof, known as "No. 1 H ILL," PhilideJphla-etreet,
being well built and contiguous to the bastases por?
tion of East Bay. The Lot measures about 86 feet
front by about 79 feet rfeep. mare or less.
Conditions-One-half cash ; balance by bond, bear?
ing 7 per cent interest, payable la one year, *o bs
secured by a moitgage of the property j binkling to
reinsured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for revenue stamps and papers, ..
May 86_wftmtag _
Brick Residence on Church-street
BY LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
THIS DAY, the 25th Instant, at ll o'olock a. M.,
will be ?old at the Old Pottofilce, Broad-street, : :
Tbe THE EE r-XOHY BBIOK BEMIDBHOB, No. IS
Chmch-atreet, (about midway between WatoMtrast
and Lightwood Alley.) containing eleven rooms asm
doub.e piatas*; on ths premises are brick litanst*.
Lot measures about St feet fro DI by 134 feat deep,
more or lesa
Conditions-One fourth cash; balance by bond
bearing semi-annual inurest payable in four equal
successive annual instalments, to be secured by a
mortgage of tbs pioperty; noose to be insured sad
policy assigned. Purchaser to psy tor papen and
revenue stamps._thstnS mtu2_Mir SS
Clothing, Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Counters,
Show Cases, $c.
BY MILES BRAKE.
TO-MOBROW, at 10 o'clock, I will esl! at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
A USE OF 8BAWUNABLB CLOTHING.
- - II .-eomvnSQOfl
60 Caisimere. Linen and Alpaca SACK COATS
12 White Linen Kults
60 Caasimere and Linen Vests
230 pair Cassimcre, Linen and Oottonade Pants
Pieces Sprague, Manchester and Pacifia Print*",
White Goods, Printed Laws. Grenadine, Leaos,
Berega. White at:d Colored Shirts, Belara Hhirts,
Lad i ct' ?nd Gent's Assorted Hosiery, Neckties,
CO dosen Men's and Boy's Leghorn and Panama
COUNTESS, Show Cases, Carpet, Sewing Machine.
Estate Sale, by Order Executrix-Torre?t9
formerly Carew's Steam Saw Mills, south?
west corner Washington and Chapel streets,
opposite Northeastern Railroad Company
BY AL0NZ0 J. WHIT S & SON.
On THURSDAY, tbe 27th instant, at ll o'clock, at
tbe Old Poetoffico, toot of Broad-street, will ba
?bat extensive and valuable PROPERTY, s?mate
at tho sou'bwost corner ol Wash mitton and Chapel
street*, well known as i ORB: .'?, and formerly as
Carew'* Steam raf Mills, wit') Engine Machinery,
Lc. Lots measure on Washington-street 974 feel; on
Chape!-street 210 feet; ou west line ltf2 feet; on south,
huo 200 icot, be tho s .id dimensions moro or lea*.
That MUD OR MARSH L</i opposite to Lota above
descrbed lying ou east side or Wishia?ton--itreet,
moas ur lng 80 feet 5 inches iront on Warinngton
st cet, sn i in depth 15 > feet 6 inches on nor.h lino,
and 170 feet on south line, affording, by means of aa.
elevated bridge or slip over Wash ii g ton-street, con
vemcnt access to and from mill property to said mud
or water lot.
AU of tbs shove property, particularly delineated
by description plat, made b v Messrs. Hams and
Tennent, Surveyors, which will bs sold together, in?
cluding Engine, Machinery, ftc. in said Mill House.
1 ho above property is admirably adapted for phos?
phate or other manuiacturing purposes. Porchasorn
are invited to examine property and plat.
Conditions-One-Sith cash; balance payable la
ono, two, three and four years, secured by bond,
bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent, parable.
seml-annuaUy; a mortgage ol the entire property
sold ; buildings to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay tor requisite and som aleut titles,
and requisite stamps on all the papers.
Valuable Real Estate at Auction.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
By vir'ue of nn order of sale to me directed from
tho Bou. George H. Bryan, Judgo of the United
States Distict Court for the District of bouth Caro?
lina, I wUl offer for sale at PubHo Auction, at tho
Old Poetofflce, foot of Broad-street, Charleston, ?.
C., on THURSDAY, the 10th day of Jane, 1869, at
ll o'clock, A. M.,
All these TWO LOTS OF LAND In the Tillage of
New Sommerville, with the Buildings thereon, situ?
ate on the outh side of Firs: North-street, between
Main and Mamulla BUfjets, and ku >wn in the plat
of tad village as Lots \ and C, in Square Mo. 3
(three,). r orthern Dividion, aa will sppear by a con?
veyance to Josse ?. Bolles by the Execut rs of Jobst
Robinson, recorded in tho office of tho Realster cf
Me-no conveyance. Book L, No-14, psga 61; each
l ot containing ono aare. Tbe Hui.dings having,
been recently repaired, ere In rompiste order.
lornis of ?ale-Ons-half cash: ba'ano* payable in
two equal eucoe*-I ve annual insta menta, scoured hy
bond or bonds of the pu obaser, with int eres t at I
per cent, per annum, pay ble annually, and mort?
(iago ot thc premises. Puroha-er to pay for neces?
sary stamps and pap. rs. LuUls MoL UN,
assignee J. H. Bolles.
To WTTou rr KAT Comans-lhe crsdttors at
JE-BE H IK) LES Bankrupt, holding lisos, at*
hercbv nott fl?1 th t. ander order al tho court, datad
May I9ta. 186.1, they arv r quired to rrore sad
establish their liena be (ore J. <\ CARI ?"if TBE,
Esq , Registrar, rn or belora the 7th of June. 1S6S,
ot else be excluded Lom any betvfik of tbs sal* ia
this case. LOUD* Mo LAIN.
Maf to thm7 Asito'iee J. ti- Bolla*.
-pi) WA KD DALY.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 89 Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GrVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of eil kinds ot MEBCHA>DISB. Boot?.
Shoes. Hats, Ca s and Trunks, and fltrawaoodsa
Tonsignmeatsof.il kunda of Staple Articles an*
general Prodnco solicited.
Prompt returns 1*^^ DALY,
Late of Charlea too. 8. 0.
Femi-Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
january 2D D*?
BM SIN E S 8 MKS.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
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