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XUyilSDAX Muil?lNG, APRIL 4, 1807.
Wo oro continually rocoivuig communications on
liticai and othor matter? from pur. nb who do
, nttach tLoir proper names to Ilio article? ecu';
iti wo tako thin occasion of ropoatiui; Hint nothing
t tn bo published in Tue Daily News without
Vviiig iudorscd by nomo responsible individual.
SPLEltDlDSTlltWBEIttUESat Kl.n'sjmn's. HOO ?d
Open in Dax_by rorcrouco to our advertising
clumm; our fair readers will boo that tills is "opon
iu?r day" at Mrs. IIunekxn.s Fashionable Millinery
E itnbltshiuoiit, ovor Uitkuhaiidt & Campsews
etorOi corner King and Markot streute.
TaiAL of the Rioteub.?Tho Provost Marshal
mi engaged yesterday morning in hearing tho
ovidonco in this cabo. Fivo witnesses woro ex
amined, bat as there' nro nearly flvo timos that
number, the oaso trill not bo concluded for aomo
Failure of the Mails_No mail was received
last night north of Wilmington, au accident having
occurred on tho Wilmington and Wcldou Railroad,
'l'ho regularity with which thoso failures occur ia
extromolv rofroshing, and we are now agreeably
disappointed when tho mails arrivo two days con
Ariiest.?We learn that throe, white moo, in tho
ens tody of tho military, arrived in thia oity ycs'.er
day from Aikcn. Thoy woro arroeted on a ohargo
of being oonoornod In tho lynohing of tho negroes
who killod ?oii Sieadmah. Thoso uogroco woro in
tlio obargo of tho Sheriff, who was convoying thnin
to tho jail, wlion ho was not up. by a band of mon
tlhgnisod for tho occasion, who look the nogrocs
and hung tuom. It is presumed trat tho affair
will bo invoBtigated by tho military authorities.
United States Coubt?Don. Oeo. 8. Bbtak.
picsiding_j. H. Baldwin vs. 0. A. L. Lamab,
Suit for tha subst.tutiou of records lost during tho
lalo war. e ? Botst,' Esq., argued In fa
vor of the substitution, and A, G. Maohatu, Esq.,
contra. ' .
Tho District Attorney lias not yol Arrived, but
is daily expected, as thoro aro many criminal casce
connected with the violation of tho Rovonuo Laws,
and tho distilling of liquors; also tho caso of homi
cide which took placo"at Caat?o PiuCkn'ey.
Correction.?In our report of Qovcrnor Obb's
epocch yesterday, wo inadvertently stated, that tho
SnEBlun Bill disfranchised 18OO parsons in Ander
son District, S. C. What his ExcoUonoy mount
and did say, was that In Anderson District tho
proportion of tho. o disqualified woe to tho ontiro
number of whito voters in the District as onoin
If tho samo ratio obtains throughout tho Stato,
the number of citizens disqualified undor tho -
conBlruolion Aot is about 2000.
Mr. W. Riot, of tho Middla Georgia News, pub
lished in Madison, Qa., paid us a vieit yesterday
ovoning a i? stopping .at tho Mills TJoueo, and
expects to bo In tho oity till Saturday. Any of our
mord?anlo desirous of advertising in tho up coun
try of our statar Stato will do woll to see Mr. Iticr.
Mr. It. infunili us that tho fruit in that part of
Georgia is pretty gone rally killed. Thcro wus a
heavy frost on Tuesday morning as for Mouth as
Augusta, Thoro is considerable distress in Mid
dle and Upper Georgia?provisions very scarce,
nnd prospects nono of tho brightest.
Arrest or a Defaulter_An individual ./ho
has beou figuring extonsively In tho South, and
particularly this State, was arrested recently on
tho chargo of defalcation and theft. Ho formerly
held tho position of Paymaster's Cleri, and took
advantage of tho situation to appropriato $180,000
of the money to his own usos, . The dishonoat
clork eucccedod in csoaping, acd tho Paymaster
was cashiored for tho dofloionoy In hie accounts.
Sinco that ovout tho Nortucrn Doteblivos havo
been steadily cngagod In tracking tho thief, but
havo only recently eucccedod lu spotting him. Ho
had purchased a plantation near Edisto, and was
living in tho full onjoymont of his ill-gotten wealth
when surprised by tho detectives.
Fbzundscbaftsbund.-?Thoso of our German
friend .? v..; oli avo tho cnlrce of tltis Club, will bo
interested to learn that an entertainment ia to be
Kivon r.t tho Hail In Booioty street, this ovoning.
Ilio programmo promisee well. It ia as follows :
1> Instrumental Trio : " Romanza," Keibiqer. 3.
.Chorus, Zedtlkb, 8. Solo for tho Flute, Stdan
. 4. Soprano Bolo, from Sohusbrt.
Tho play of tho evening in " Paris in Pommorn,"
a sort of roaring farco, though it is c tiled a Vaude
ville, received with loud marks of approbation,
m lion performed last year, and wo feol osaurod it
will bo given to-night with ovon moro eclat. It is
repeated at tho eamost request of many of tho
Tableaux Vivante are to sucoood the oomedy,
and then dancing. Wo have no doubt our bionda
. Vili bavoa good timo.
Tue Wehster Eleken tart Reader, dosignod te
follow Websteb'h momentary Spelling Book. New
York: D. * Co. 1807.
This is tho title of a neat little Schoolbook, sent
us by Mr. John Russell, King strsot, illustrated
throughout. It begins with tho Alphabet, beauti
fully illustrated, followed by short, o&sy and inter
esting reading lossona; then come lessons contain
ing longer and harder words. After about tho first
hundred pages, the spelling lessons aro omitted,
and the balance of the book is devoted oxolusivoly
to instructivo and interesting reading matter.
All of tho lessons contain preoepta or examples
of virtue, morality, industry, w enconragomont to
the earnest pursuit of a truo aim in life. Sectari
an, political, and sectional controversies aro totally
Vebsanct?Tho let of April passed almost un
noticed in tho oity, few practical Jokes being per
petrated, the mass of the people having politics on
the brain which prevented their thinking of any
lighter Dubjoots. Thoro woro some, however, who
follow _d the time-honored practico of making fools
of aU they mot, and not satisfied} with tho day set
apart for this purpose havo continued to sell ali
Whom thoy moot. The fsiluro of the Northern
mail yesterday was immediately t?rnod to a good
account by tho now a dealers, and sovoral old coplea
of the Herald and other papers were sold to the
unsuspecting. The news boye rushed frantically
about yelling, "Hero'e your Now York Herald," nnd
tho general desire to learn tho latest intelligence
?? brought them purchasers. "It is an ill wind
I that blprVs no one good," and wo'OOngratulato the
L noyjtyVondera on tboir euccesafnl sell.
Mayor'h Codbt, April 8.?Poter Norrie, a color
ed youth, who helped hirasolf to a piece of blaok
cambric from tho counter of a dry goods store
kopt by a lady, was imprisoned ten days.
An individual, whoso cbimuoy had violated ?
City Ordinance, and caught afire, paid $10 for its
An old velerai), at present attached to tho Bar
leycorn Artillery as epongor, and who had rocoiv
od a sovoro wound in a late engagement, was flnod
$0 for falling down whoro peoplo had to pass over
Lirnue Singleton, a young man of color, who bad
tho misfortune to loose a padlock of immoneo
value, and who wont into tho room of ono Frank
Gadsden to soarch for it, and took a fancy shirt
try mistake, wae imprisonod for ten days.
A blaok boy, who was detected in putting brick?
on tho track of tho street railroad, was sent to the
Pro v.. s t Marshal. .
Architecture.? Tho inhabitants of tho upper
wards havo not bdoa Idle, bat havo boeri building
up thoir wasto placas and improving tho houses
that escaped tho war and tho flrcs. As rrooden
buildings can still bo oroctod in that part ol the
oity thoy havo eprung up with a roaiyolloue rapid
ity compared with tlio slow growth of brick and
mortar in O.o down town section, j Thoso wooden
houses ero not very ornamental in tholrdesign, and
will not Improve Ilio appoaranoo of tho elrcotox;'
cept ky filling up the vacant lota. Thoy aro usual
ly built on a stereotyped plan, two storio* high,
with a email briok foundation, and tho eye ia often
wearied with tho sam?nos* of tho scenery. Tho
hasty mannor in which thoso houses aro con
structed nocoesarily makes thorn frail, and ono I*
now being built at tho cornor of Bogard and Rut
lcdge streets, in which tho architect has neglected
to havo any foundation, preferring to lot his houso
stand upon ite own morite. Alth-.ugh this plan la
tho cheapest it will bo found that In thoondit
would, haro paid b-1 ter to havo used tho brick and
havo avoided tho decay that must tako place ir ?
buildlruT restine solely on Un damn orrmn<l,
Ma?sdeh'b PEOTOIur. Balm novor fulla (o rollovo
DOWIE & MO?SE, Ageutor
COODIUC1I, WLNKMAa * CO., Agonte.
IL Gannon's Marblo ?axd, corner of Frioad and
Qucon e ti ut te. Monumenta, Tombi and llead
Otones furnished at tho lowest posslblo ratos.
Maroli 28 thsraS
Corjous.?Ae a Soothing Pectoral, Bbow.n's
BnoMcniAL Tnocnrj aro advantageously employed
to allovlato Coughs, Boro Throat, Uoareonoss and
JJronohial aaeotions. Those oxposod to euddon
changes ot woathor ehould have thorn, as they can
bo carried in tbo pocket and t ikon as occasion
requires upon tho first appearance of a Cold or
Brown's Bronchial 'J nociiEs.?"Your Trochos
aro too woll and favorably known to need commen
dation." Hon. Oil as. . PIIELPS,
Pros, Mass. Sonato.
Mr communication with tho world has boon
vory much enlarged by tho Lozengo wbloh I now
carry always in my pookot; that trouble) in my
throat (for which tho ii-ochos aro a spociflc) hav
ing mado mo oiton a more whisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
Wr. StHcxnELT ds lieve tbat Uio mother who nogloela
t3 pr?vido Ura. WIN8LOW8 SOUTHING BY HUT for her
suffering child, la depriving tbo Utlio sufforcr of the
remedy of all tho world beat calculated to giro It real and
rcstoro it to boaltb. Tuero la not a in on. or who has over
usod it. but what will tell you at one* tbat It will regu
late the bowels, and givo rest and health to tho ehlld,
and is perfectly aafo in all cases.
Do suro and call for
MiLH. WINBLOWS 800THINO SYIIUP,"
Having tho /uc rimile of "CunTts k Perkins" on tho
outside wrapper. All others aro baso lmltatlona.
For sale by DOWIE k M OISE, Mo. ISI Mooting street,
oppoalto tbo Charleston Hotel.
March 30 atnth3
We would coll tho attention of purchasers to
tbo advortieomont of Mr. J, . Borson, Agout fur
Dupont's Powdor. Mo has a largo and completo
stock, which will alwaye bo kopt up, and which ho
will daily dVu'ves to any part of tho city. Tho I
Mosers. Dupont commenced tbo manufacturo of I
powder in 1801, and havo kept thou* po.vdor up to [
tho standard, and an oxperionco of thirty years
with thoir former Agenta hero havo always given
completo eat is fiction. Thoir establishment io ono
of tho largost in tho Unitod States, capable >,t I urn
lug out ono thousand kegs daily, with a capital o
vor two million dollars invented, thus giving a
gunrantoo that purohasora can dopend on what
thoy got. air. Bobson ia prepared to soil at lowoat
markot ratos, and, indood, as low as it can bo or
dorod from tho factory in small Iota.
March 1G stutblmo
Austloii Sales This Day.
T. M. Cats will sell this day, on Brown's wharf, at
qi inner to 10 o'clock, shoulders, sidos aud butter.
Milli?ik k Son will sell thli day, at No. 23 Vcndno
nango, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, forniture, io.
McKat At Campbell will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at
thoir auction house, No. AS Basel street, opposite the
post unico, clothing, dry goods, Ac
Jefteos At Co. wIU soli this day, at 10 o'clock, in front
of their utero. No. 27 Tendue Bange, hams, shoulders,
J. A W. Kxox wUl soil this day, at 10K o'clock, at
thoir aalea rooms, No. 183 Sleeting street, household foi
Jouk C Mii.noh A- Co. will sell this day, at their auc
tion salesroom. No. 133 Mooting street, at 10 o'clock,
books, stationery and dry goods.
will be sold, undor tho direction of J. W. Qbat, Mas
ter In Equity, tula day, at 11 o'clock, at tbo old Custom
I louse, several lots of land, in different portions of tho |
Will bo sold, under tho direction of James Tttpfeb,
Matter in Equity, at 11 o'clock, thla day, at tho old
Custom House, several lota ot land, lu dlfforent parta of |
N. Huarr & Soy will aeU thla day, at 10 o'olock. In
their salesroom, No. 112 Mooting street, boots, shoes, Ao.
H. M. MsiuniAl.T, & Bao. will sell Ibis day, at 10,S
o'clock, at No. 58 Wentworth street, tho furili turo of a
family docllnlog housokecping.
Lauset k Ai.ETsifDEB wid sell this day at tbelr store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, ahonlders, hams,
The latoat and moat effectual remedy for the euro of |
debility, loss of appetito, headache, torpor ot tho Uvor,
etc., is pan EN in" s E A BITTERS. For salo by
all Druggists. th
If yon want cbeap Ill?nk Books;
If you want olioap Stationsry, Envelopes, Pa
per, Ac; or, Mii.ls.bs' Aim anno-,
if yon want Printing oxecnted neatly;
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to ord :r, with any dosirod pattern of
ruling, go to HmsM Hauiua, No. 69 Broad street.
THE TI MIC TO AOVEItTIbE IN THE
Tho Daily Souttt Carolinian at Columb'u, la now sent
to every Postonico in tho State. Being tbo oQlciel paper
of tbo Stato, It will bo lound at tho present timo espe
cially valuable to merchants and otbora doslring to avsU
Ihomselvca of a vory largo circulation.
The Pncsirrz bas a largo circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts of tho Stata. Advertising
ratos aa roaaonablo aa tho stringency ot tho money mar
kot will warrant Merchante and others wishing to uso |
the columns of tho paper wUl address
JULIAN A. BELBT, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, 8. C.
Enow thy Destiny.
ManatiT E. F. Thorhtob. the groat English Aatrolo
glst. Clairvoyant and PayohomotTklan, who hsa aston
ished tho ed on tifie classes of the Old World, has now lo
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Tbobhtoh pos
?eseos such wonderful powers of second sight aa to ena
ble her to Impari knowledge of the greatest Importance
to tho single or married of either sex. While in a state J
pf trance, eh o delineates Ib o very features of tho person
you are to marry, and by tho aid of an instrument of in
tense power, known aa tho Payohomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wife
or tho applicant, together with date of rnarrlago, position
lu life, loading traits of character, Ao. Thla U no bum
bug, aa thousand of testimoni ria can assert. She will
Bend, when desired, a certified certificato, or written
guarantee, that ino picture ia what It purports to be. By
enclosing a email lock of hair, and stating place of birth,
ago, disposition and complexion, sod enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope ?cl fire seed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture and desired information by return mall.
AU cammunlcaUona sacredly confidential. Address, In [
can?aance. Madams E. F. THORNTON, F.O.Sos933,
j Hudson,' . T. " - ly March ao
Free to Everybody. -
A Largo ? pp. Circular, giving i form? tton of tho
j freutest Importance to the young ot both sexes.
It (caches how the homely may become beautiful, the
desplsod respected, and tbo forsaken lo.ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send thoir j
address, and receive a copy pott-paid, by return mail.
Address F. O. Drawer, 21,
Marchio lyir ' Troy,N.T.
HEAR REASON !
BTHESOTHBlf TUBI DEFENCES I
When a garrison apprehends an attack from an outside
enemy, what docs'it do 7 It RuEaoin'xi'i tub devem
ces. Tbo human system, at this period of tho year. Is
beleaguered by morbid inflnoiocs. Tho atmosphere ia
fuH ? them. Evory chango a' weather lays tho foeblo
opt' -thoir attacks. What ,'s to bo dono in order to
barilo tho co un? cut but over active focal BrnteoTHxa
tub DBVxxcxa. Do you ask how t Tho anawar la elm
pie?tho means within tho teach of all t Reinforce the |
vital organa and the nsrvoua system wl h HOSTET
TER'd BITTERS. Tona tho atomteh, regulate tho bow
els, rouse the sluggish h ver, oh ser tbo spirila, sortoli
and purify tbo Vital current, with BOBTETTZB'B BIT
T?R . ' Ths 'a tho way to annozRx tub ,
and render tho cap1 tal of health Impregnable, If you
with to escapo bilious headache, inte mittont foveT?indi
gestion, And nervous visitations?to enjoy. In all Ha j
plsnUtudo, tho blessing of " a sound mind in a sound
body," na? thla Incomparable preventive and restora
tive. It proaorros'health in tho healthy, and renews It 1
in the weak and ailing.
Aprfl2_ - ?. ?, ?
ASSISTANT ASSEhSOB'8 OFFICE, )
Uinnn Staves IirrxajLii. lixvxirtrr, \
No. 64 Broad, cornor Church street )
O ETORNS OF ANNUAL E9 F?ll YEAR ??,
Jti will be received at thla Office for Division 2, com
prhnng Wards 1. 3, and that part of A west of Coming
and south of Oalnoun street, until 15(A qf April r.cxt, ox
copt whore parto? receive noUosi In suoh caaes Roturas
must bo reudored within urn days from dato thereof, ac
cording to law,
tfjT Office hours from 13 to s . m.
. JOHN , KPPLBf,.
March IB 24 Assistant turn?or, 3d Division.
,,? . THE AIREN PRESS.
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THS. TOWN OS
Alken, 8. C, a Weekly paper undor the above tltlo.
tobe devoted to' Oinoral intelligence?Political, Com
mercia!, Social, Literary, and Heugloua?with a D?part
ment of AgT?OUlturo, taoludhig the Field, tho Orchard,
tho Vlnoyard, and tho O suden. A Noirs Summary, te
contain a digest of tbo Important events of tho week,
wIU occupy a Con ol tho paper, and particular atten
tlon will bo given to tho nnasttled question or Labor, at
beat adaptad to our new condition, and tho oveiopmen
of th ) resources of the country in Manufactures, Agri
culture, Frult-ralalne, and Vinfrfwwlng.
Terms?vi a year, in advance. _._
' H. W. BAVENEL, Editor.
v:. s, j?sslasb, rabUsbcr, im-CAiy 21
DRY Q0ODS, ETC.
GttEilT ATTRACTION !
JUBT RECEIVED, AND oYeNINQ DAILY.
sploudld esssorunout ofUPllINU AMD HUMMER
And ?vcrj?lilt>3 eleo In tbo Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS LiNE.
Tbo largest and most varied Slock In tho city, all of
which ?vlU bo n id low for cauli,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and acc, and you will And tbo c'uetpeni, o Eebtnod
with tho mott select Goods, olTaxcd lower than orcralnoo
No. 306 KING STREET,
Between Wentworth and Sooiety ste.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
E SO?ISCUHJEHS RE3PECTFULLT INFORM
_l th- tr irlomls and customers that tboy aro now re
cclrliiK their HTOCK OF BI'UINCt GOODS, all of which
have been eolcctcd with coro and at the lowest prices,
and which wo now offer at ? cry amali advance above
cost. Our motto being. Quick Bales and Small Pronto,
we would respectfully solicit oar frlooda and cuatomora
to ciII and examino our Slock before purchasing. Pa -
licidtr pains takon In showing Goods. Oar Stock con
sisti Iq pirt or ??
3-4 LONG CLOTH, 13M cents
7 8 Long Cloth, IB, 17, 18 cenia by tho pleoe
?? Loon Clotb. 3D, 36, 30, 88 ocnls
6,10 and U-4 Shootings . .
(', 10 nuil 11-i Unou'MiooUngs?cheap
Pillow linens?all prices
Hint Eyo Dispara?all prices
. Itotela Dispore?aU pilcos
Scotch Diapers?all prtcea
Hue Diapers?all prices
Crash, 13,' , 30 hud 39 conta
bleached Dnin-viSt Cloths
W Uleaohcd labio Damask
G-l nn? 8-1 Drown Table Daqtaak
Colored Table Damask
Worsted Tub lo and Piano Covers. . , ?
OUENADtNES AND LEMOS
English llarcges?plain and figured
Melanges and Poplins, for Travelling Dresses
Colored r rendi Printed Organd?es
Colored Printed Jaconet and Lawns
I??rcoU and chambrsys
Bollii Coiorod French Cambrica and Lawns
H lack Derogo aud Crape Marctz
8-1 Ulaok Henifjc, for tjhawls
8-4 Bleck Orensdluo
black Bombuinos, all qualities
Dtack Tninla - Cloth
l? lick mi color 'like.
With a varlaty or other Goods, which will bo offered at
low prices, at
STOLL, won & CO.,
No. 287 King Street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
JACONETS, COTTON OAVI)HICK
Main oak and Mull Muslins
Distia ;> a d Victoria Lawns
Plaid and Stripe Swiss
l'lald and tripe Cambrl-a
Plaid and Strlpo ai tools
Tucked Muslins ?
Musllu Edgings and Insertlnga
Cambric Kd(finga and Inaertlnga
Thread Edgtnga and Inserting*
Vaioudno laggings and Insorungs
linen Ed|iln s and Inserting*
E ruaseis bdgtnga
Mol toso Lace Collars, tn var ety
Swiss and Cam rio Co.laxa, in variety
linen Coliam and Cuffs
Inlauts' Bodies and Hobes.
Wit. a oomp.eto assortment of all other Qoods In the
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Streot.
WE WOUt-D CALL ARTICULAD ATTENTION TO
our stock of HOSIERY, when we wonld offer at
much low r prices than formerly!
LADIES1 WHITE LOTION HOBE
Ladles' Open Work Doso
Ladea' Ilitek end bitte Does
QenU' Half Hose In Drown and Whit*
Miases' White cot on O ose In variety
Boy's Half.Hoto In vaitoty.
LADIEV BLACK, WHITE AND COLORED RID
- GLOVES ,
Ladles' lisle and Silk Gloves
Gents' Ltalo and 811k Gloves
Lace Mitts?In variety '
Ladies' imck Gauntlets
Gouts' Bacie Gloves
Misses' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Misses' Lace Mitts ? ?.,?':.? : \
With a roll assortment vC"U Goods in pur lino st low
'^STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Streot. !
March 3o .
1,143 MEETING STRST, Slj
CHARLESTON, S: O.
SIJBSD1LL, B?RGE & BOWEN,^
Whole salo Dealers in Foreign and
'Domestic Dry Goods, ;
TNVTTE THE ATTENTION OF E 8 to
X their stock, which Is entirely now, carefully selected,
and will bo sold at a small ad vaneo on first cost, for cash
or short timo approved paper.
e. w. marshall.
. w. t. DORPE.
o. a, DO WEN.
DNDEB8IOMED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN
TION of the formor patrona of Messrs. W. T. B?RGE*
CO. (O our stock-, which Is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely now; purchased durimi the recent depression tn
Northern Market*. Order* promptly executed. ,
Marchi_3mr - Wvl.BTJBOB.
BRITISH SUMMER ClOTHS,
IMPDZITKD DIRECT Fit o 51 E O LA S D.
oaaa^?BDB. FOU fi AL H LOW BT ? '
?UUU HENRY TB EM OHA BD,
No, 10 Exchange street, Charleston, Bo. Ca.
Marchia. ? ? . . lxno "
No. 87 LIN t-STREET.
BETWEEN .KING AND ST. IIILIP.
UMBER 07 EVERT DESCRITTI ON AND DDILDING
j m/ raiur, and 1> lnth, oilh, olasskb, to.,
eoottantlv on nand ai the loweil nur <ei orte??.
inn e .9_ , _ftatvT
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,; ?
ATTORNEY at law and kol'TrOK I?7 EQUITY,
Has removed he Office 1 o m Ko. 4 to No. if Bread otrect
OVER BANK of THE state,."-. ' ?'*
Collettlocs to th6 City and throughout tlio Slat*
I promntly attended to. ., . tufm 8? . Aprila
THOMAS E. ?ILWICK,
NO. 671 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, UNDERTAKER,
\T,rOULD REtfPEOrPOLLT A E TO HIB
VV ' friends anil tho public generally, thai In keep* on
j hand PUUMITUHE AND l'OINCl ofaU ?etcnpUcroS.
rtiriJshts Fanorals with Mehc^ahy, Walcut, Cedar end
Me tallio Oofflna. ? Also/ with One Hearse* and yirt t-cUta
Carriage*. W1U attend to dldntorrlntf bodies and trao>
porting tli e eira o. rcrsonal ttytudanco ?01- ts given at
*'ca mtlAOKa fbr'ftaltrcsad ?r?d Stosmboik accoDi'raodft
tion. and FOlirfrrTJIlK OA rtT.-c #111 bt? Mml?lrod at any
Urne, by appijlna at my L1V> IlT BTABJ , Mo. C to
noti ttrtvt, near King. ' *V '.'**. "'_ ' ' ?"*-'
, Thtnkfal for p?s| rtrors, and 1-opo, \k strict att cnUon
I to badness, to merit a conlrnnann? sat va? ssVinA! " '.*v u ' ?
March 3D mwfXmo,
lV ,'' : ? ? , - ',"\, -;''?'"'?""?<
' ' ' ' : .Vi Vev?"...'?' ?/ - '.'. .'. ? .
NOTICE.?JUNK. SUOI* KEEPERS, AND
ALL l'EllHONB ENGAGED, AND WHOSE LICENSE
baro cxplr-d, ?ra hereby notified lo call at my oluoo
and ronow the samo Immediately. W. H. smith,
April 4 10 Clerk or Council.
A E A.
ASWEEPSTAKE RACE. OPEN TO A" L BOATS UN
II- TEN TONS measurement, will Ubo placo on
Tuesday, tho Ulli Instant, at 2 o'clock P. M. Perseus de
sirous of cntcriug will deposit entrance feo with A. O.
BTOXI^ No. ICS East Bar, who will fu. ule h all ucccs?ary
TOBACCO t TOBACCO ! TOBACCO l
-VTOW TN STORE, AND LANDINO TBIS DAY, DL
RECT from Manufacturera,
So boxee orTORACCO, IH pinna weighing ono pouud.
Will bo sold at J3c. V lb. In lota of 0 boxea or mor), at
No. fio Rosei street, by P. MULKAI.
FOUR BIOR PRESSURE BOILERS, THtRTY-SLS
feet long, Uiirty-alx inches in iliomcler, witli steam
drum attached, all new; sul labte for a Steamboat or Saw
Mill. To be delivered on tho Wharf, at Day Point, B. O.
Will bo sold low for cash.
Apply to JOHN TCOMKY,
Aprila_tutbs3_ No. 48 East Ray.
BEEF CATTLE. ~
FROM ONE TO FI/E HUNDRED E reef
GATTLU?tho yourigcet of which warranted to bo ,
four years old?deliverable at Falatka on tho first day of
Juno next. Apply to COHEN, HANCKK i. A CO.,
No. 40 Kast Hay,
AprUQ tulhs3 Corner Porco A Co.'s wharf
And other Puriioses.
E OREAT DEMAND FOR THESE USEFUL AND
JL BTOrTOaUCAL STOVES bis Induced uu la I:.;.
the supply, andwu aro now prbparcU to furnish t em, at
mauufacturcr's prices, WHOLESALE AN RETAIL.
J. B. BUVAL & SON,
No. 337 RINO STREET.
Ono door north of Liberty street.
April 2_ luUi.3
\ \ CHOICE SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS. EX
f_>V/U CELLENT condition. Just arrivod and for
solo at $33 per doEou, or $3 each, by
PARKER ft CHILT?.
_ApjU_t_0_No. 103 East ilsy.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
03 OF THE CITT ASSE BOR, 1
(m H>I.I, April 1, 1B67. I
~\J"(VnOE ? HEBE OY OIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
AM that the Monthly Bet ma for tho moulh of Msrcli
Kst, In compltanco with tho Tax Ordinance, ratified on
o 23th day of December, 1HG0, mult bo made on or bo
foro the loth Instant. D. C. OLD s ON,
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
MBS JOHN LAUI1ENS!. ASSISTED BY THE REV.
fe. ti. W. BOWK, at No. 13 Conane; Rtrvol.
. ?tic co remin cinT Ottener 1st, and oauing au.r >sl.
for parUculars apply as above.
JUST RECEIVED PROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
DRESS MARINO Di ALL ITH BRANCHES.
Cloaks, Basques, Ac made o order.
Country i rdors f?led promptly.
MISB E J. BONNER.
Broad atrcet, next cast or Mansion Uouso.
a a Plan Kentucky Stato Lottery
MORItAY, EDDY 4 CO.. MANAQER?.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINOTON, E.Y., 15TU AND
80th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets?527
prizes. Whole ti eke Is, $12; halves, ?0| quartan, $3;
olghths, $1 60.
1 Prixoof.$50,000 2 Prixcs of.$r,,000
1 Prixoof.?2U.wk) 20 aTixcil ot.$l.UOti
1 Prlxe of.$8.000 03 Prizes o.?40U
I Prixoof.$7,000 153 Prizesol. ?20U
120 a ol $125.
54 Approximation Prixcs amounting to 19,'ajO.
Combination Lottery draws ovary day. Tickets from
II to 410.
Oireoi/rs sent irte. Prswtngs icail.-i as soon as the
Lottery Is drawn.
* '.ir-" ? . PR. r.ttsV Cnilei Stlies Llcontal Anent,
3, .n, Uasei Mastri, ch riesto.i, S. C a .? ? l ta . : 1,0.
OFFICE OLERE OF COUNCIL.?THE FOLLO WINU
clauso of button 1 of an ''Ordinance to 1 tad so Sup
plica lor the y oar 1867," is publish' d for ihn inlormstlou
ot persons soiling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
noi residents oi this olty. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office
"Three, dollars on o very hundred dollare of all goods
sold in Ulis dty by persons not residents, by sample cr
otherwise." W. H. HM1T11,
"arch 8_Clerk ol Council.
JOHN IZABB MIBBLETON,
SHIPPING AND MIHI? MERCHANT
NO. 7 Sflt Til STREET,
PABT'OULAB ATTENTION TO BALE OF COTTON,
Bice and Southern Produ-e, and Purchase of Oralo
Ottino and Plsntailon supplies. Liberal advances toado
on consignments. . .
RKviuixsctfl?Messrs. Lambert O ttings & Co., Balli
moro; Porcher ft Henry, Charlcstoo; Cohen, Hanckel &
Cot, Charleston? J. d. Alken ft Co., Charleston; Gour
din, Matthteasen ft Co.. Savraanabi Cuvant ft Weples, . s
vannah; Sto roll ft Edmontton, Angus?; Fisher ft Low.
ranee, Colnmola, 8. 0.j Mayes ft Martin, Newborry, U.
. Jamos Pagan, Esq., Chester, 8. O.
February 23 mthStno
HAVINO ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
' old and well-known manufacturers, I am prepared
lo fill ail orders to the trade, and wfll always have a full
stock on hand, which will doily bo delivered to any port
of the city. J. N. BOB8CN,
January 81_thrtoSmos_No. C2 East Bay.
. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
HUDSON, mar K?NQ STB??BT, rtar of CITADEL.
FABM 1L?ND3, CO?E3, WABHEBS, HOUSE SER.
VA .TS. fco., wanted Immediately.
give it m&ffi
rrtiiis boaP requires only . BP Used to
X prove Its ' superior quality. TJae H sa yon would
any common Boip. Iry it and yon MB1 be convinced
that tin superior to any other arri?le In market. For
ale by G rocera ganci airy. . : -i
Manufactured by TAxXoIi A YOUNG, ho. 180 Front
street. How York. Par aale by' .
V 08UB2S & martin,
' No. 235 Kins ?treet,
. ; . BISwHOEE ft CO.,
' - No. 107 East Bay.
. . t GEO. W. VTTLLlAMs? fc.OO.,
. Cornee Church; and Hayhe etnets.
do WIK ft UOlSS; Druigiata.
No. ?1 Meeting street,
... Opposite Cherleston' Hotel.
LEID UHU PMPAN?,
Factory, KodMJi. Ol?(y, N,. J.
WHOLESALE SALE ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET?-NEW-YORK.
ALL STYLES AND G HADES OF LEAf- PENCIL
0' superior quality ere mannfaotnred. and offered
at fair tares to the Trade. The rubilo are invited
?to givo the AMERICAN ' LEAD PkNCIL the pre
ference. ' ? < ? ?' ' ' '
THE PENCILS ABS TO Bl HAD AT ALL THE
PBTNCIPAL STATIONERS AND ) a ION
ASK FOB TBE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL "
BBEFFUXD ? E SCHOOL, '
, ExontsatBiso TJWfttrnarjrr,
Yalz Ootixox, November 10, 1 A ,
I have sIttsjs rooommsxtded the Es ber Poiytrada
Lead Pescali as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen
tal and mathematical drawing) but, after ? thorough
trial of tiit American Poiygrads Lead Pencils, man.
nfsotured by the American Lead Pencil Oomnanv. N?w
York, I find them superior to any pencil In uso, ovan to
the Fiber ot the old English Cumberland Lead tendi,
being a superior pencil for sketching, oroamentai and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary, otee of a load
peaeJL . ? ? -. ? " : t'
Those pencils are very finely graded and cave a very
smooth lead; oren tho sottesi pon?ais hold the point weh ;
thsy ere all Utat ctn be desired la a pondu, If girts me
grrat pleasojs to bo at)Is to User? Americana that tuey
rTlRuq lons-r bo potupeUed 10 depend upon G?rmany cr
, . ?>?<?. *>? *'. .'- -.? ? ^^? ^?^.!^
( ' "AM?It?CAH L It.ll PEatJIL CO. . Y."
Nobs ?stimine without tho oxari liima of the Irm i
I look to it. Cmo . BeoeaberlS
Household Furniture, Ac,
BY J. W. ICXOI.
THIS DAY. et , o'clock . M . at Iholr Auction Kalos
room*. No. I'M Meeting iircct, opposite Fs\ilion Hotel,
will bo sold.
A variety of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, oomprlslng |
M ahogan? bid- l>oard. Bureaus, Tablos, Ualr and in?
Boat Chain, Uair boat llooncr, Wblow Kockor, Bed
steads, Cribs, Rotrlgcrator, Ac.
0 boxes Indigo.
J2 sets Cart Ilarncss.
Coudltlons cssb._April 4
Books and Stationen/and J)ru Goods.
BY JOHN Q. flllLrsOIl CO.
TIII3 DAY, 4tb lust., atlOo'ciook, will bo sold at our
Auction Bales lloom, No. 183 Meeting street,
coKRtsTTNo or :
FOOLSCAP, LETT EH AND NOTE , Envelopes,
Ponclls. Pen Holders, Hules, Inks ands, Photograph Al
bums, ?KM) turouly-Ovo cents Novels, Mlucollsncous Hooks,
Ladles' aud Oent'a Llncu Collars, Wldto Ccllon Itoso,
Browu and Mixed socks, Linen cstnbrio Handkerchief ,
Towels, suspend ra. Crimean KliirU, While Shirts, l-blri
Bosums, Jscouct, Ladies' Halters.
Cuuulilou? rash. April 4
Shoulders, Sides and D?llo:
BY . . CATER.
Will be sold, on llro<vii's Wbsrf, at quarter to 10 o'clock
10C tubs and llrkbis BUTTER, now landing steamer j
10 hbds Sheuldors
2U h ds Clear Hlb Sides.
Conditions cash. _ ^^^^ April 4
Desirable and Seasonable Clothtnq. T)ni Goods, tCc.
McKAY & CAMFIfVELdL,
Caish Auction Hotase,
No. f>3 Haac st>?. I, opposite New Postonico,
Will sell THIS DAY, commencing at 10 o'clock.
CAS81MEHE. COTTONADE AND LINEN
PAN 8, Mcn'a Figured Bocks aud Casslmcro Coats,
LINEN BOSOM, Chock, Fancy and Crimean SHIRT?,
Overalls, Juin pora, and a full lino Furnishing Ooods.
BOOTS, Shoos, Hats, Straw Ooods, Ac.
KENTUCKY JEANS, Cottonadoa, Casalmerca, Long
clotb, Towolo, Hosiery, Undershirts, Ato.
URGE LOT OF FANCY OOODS, Ac, Ac
?3- TO-MORROW, ot 10 o'clock. Now and Second
hand FURNITURE, Stoves, Ice Houses, Plsnofortes, Ac.
Boots, Shoes, J?atmora,?. Ilrogans. Gaiters, <te.
BY N. HUNT ?i SUS.
THIS DAY, tho 4th lint., at 10 o'clock. In ourSalca Room,
No. 1i2 Meeting street, wo will sell,
A consignment of C > "Sacs and cartoons BOOTS, Shoes,
Balmorals, Brogans, (ia tors, Ac.
0 esses Gent's Fino Cull P. 8. Boobs, regular ? ?zen.
ure of a Fam?y DeoUsUug Jlousek, opino.
11 V . M. MARSHALI, Ai URO.
lit nil' ? u ml \stctlonera,
THIS DAY, tho 4th lush, at 10>; o'clock, will bo sold
at tho reatdsnro No. B8 Woutworth street, near King, .
A largo collet Uon of FURNITURE, consisting of
Parlor, Dining Room and CHAMBER SETS, Kitchen
Fu rollino. Piano, Brussels Carpet, Crockery, Ac Ac.
Torma caab. Arr?elos to bo removed on day ot sale.
Dry Goods, Furniture, ilatlresecs, Meat Sajes,
BY MILLI?AN & SON.
At No. 22 Vendue Bango, at 10 o'clock, THIS DAY.
BY MILLI?AN dt M i.V.
TO-MORROW. Olh April, at tho Wharf In roar of now
Custom House, at 11 o'clock, A. M., will bo acid,
1 L'/TPIO LEAD
1 l?t Uorso Bhoes
1 lot Cotton (damagod)
1 lot W ougbt Iron
1 lot Coal Iron.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, al
No. BO King street, below Uroadl etreet,
OITerahlsecrvlcos for the salo ot MERCHANDISE'
day and night at bla atore, also for tho tula of Sloes.
Bonds, Real Estate, V?asela, lloraos und Produco. es,
city rvfcicucca will be given. Consignments eolici,. .,
terms moderato and gu?ranteos natlsfaction.
March 20 Imo
MILLI?AN Ai HOS.
At Privato Salo?
1 Twenty-Hor.o Power STEAM ENGINE, In the bost of I
1 Cylinder Boiler, but lituo used
1 Brat class Ssw MUI; may o completed at a small coat.
Pnco of whole ?1700. Apply as above at
No. 22 VENDUE RANGE.
Far Sate or JRcnt.
BY H. II. BsLEON.
A RESIDENCE In ono or tbo most agrecablo and
healthy portions of tho city, within iso yards or oit' rail,
road i very roomy, with aB tbo m od cm, Improvements of
gaaand water throughout the dwelling. Premises ex
tend! o and well arranged.
A PLANTATION of 1000 acres, near city, easily ap.
prose hod by water, rail or high rood; produ ua tho anc.it !
boa Island Cotton, and Is at present under culture; with
an established Bnck Yard, and has on It now for salo
100,000 gray brick.
For j Articulare and terms apply aa sbovo at
March 21 th No. 23 BROAD STREET.
ANDINO THIS DAY EX SOB IL 8. J. WARING,
1 i and for salo at low rate by
East Bay, corner Auger's Wharf.
SEA FOWL GUANO.
ANALYSES ?F THIS GUANO SHOW IT TO BE I
equal to PERUVIAN in Fertilising Properties,
though differing In tho proportions of the same elements.
Too SEA FOWL OU ANO contal na leso Ammonia, but has
16 per cent, of Soluble Phoapha e and nearly double the
quantity of Phosphate of Lime, which, with the Ammonia
present, makes it superior to Peruvian aa an early crOp
producer, aud a moro lasting Fertilizer.
ramphlota containing full Information furnished by
the Agente. WM. L. BRADLEY,
Solo Manufacturar, Boston, Mass.
BEING AGENTS FOR THE ABOVE GUANO. WE ARE
desirous of dlsposlug of an amount of It. to those
?ho will givo It s fair trial and report ils valun.
BISLrA h CBEIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
ALLEN & NEEDLES*
THE GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOB
WE MAKE NO CONCEALMENT OF ITS FBIN0I.
PAL COMPONENTS, via: ANIMAL MATTER.
Ut IB, WOOL, ACID, PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and
FINELY GROUND BONES.
Every day brings additional evidences of Ha superiori
ty. Those who havo need It know Its great vaino, aud
t>uy <( again. This la tho boat and only proof wo would
wish as to its excellence.
It it patirti in good ttrong barrelt.
I TERMS l -
Fifty dollars rash orno price tif>, one-quarter cask,
and (Arae-ouarfsr fot approved city fortore acceptant?,
wi th in lernet at the ralo of seven poroouL per annum
from tho date of purchase, payqWs January IDIA, 1808,
with currant rate of exchange.
Parties wisblog to purchase largo amounts can bo sup
plied direct trom the. work*.
MACBETH & RAVE?EL, 1
r, 8OI1E AOEHXS,
Corner of Bast-Bay- and Exchange Btreets,
???'!?. .v.-; f.?. . It .'.??:. ; . .. ' ?. ? ? rji'i
CHARLESTON, B. O.
Allen ? Needles' Amraoniatcd fertilizer.
A small hatul fui lu tho hill; mix or cover slightly with
earth, and drop the seed. When tho corn Is fairly up,
apply a H tue around tho plant add covar With the CulU.
vatororho*.?'? ? ,',; ? _ .' , ; . I
'.?' . '. ' FOR OATH.
250 pounds armo broadcast and ha-rowed in. j
,V VOTI I'OTATOICH.
FOR WHEAT OR BYE.
800 to tod pounds per tere, according to ths eharacte*
of the soil, ploughed or harrowed in.
. . FOR .. I
900 to ISO pounds in tho fall or early In the rprtng. ' .
FOB CO fTlW.
? 100 to 200 pean ds per aero spplled to tho plant is ouffl*
clout to Insure a heavy yield, The Fertilizer,will brirui
About BOO pounds In the row. n- drUls.mlxlng with tho
crop into market tao totekt aeonsr than any other ma.
Imo ?? ?*, ? March 8,
TO RICE PLANTERS.
P. V.STAATS &Ws'.;!
- IMPROVED RICE DRILL
E? DMTOVi "BAYS BEEN . THOROUGHLY
JL toatod and approved by rcpouslble partie*, and aro
strongly rocommrndftd to tho aitontlon. ci Bice Mantara]
IUoLKY t CREt?HTON, i
' Agento, cor, East Bay and Acoornm&dation Wharf, -
March 28 _: - '?;??. .. , ' ' ?
A .union late d Fertilizer.
.HAVE ON HAND. AND ABB N0WBBADI TO
receive orders for tosatore weH-knmra FERTILI
ZER. Our terms-are, M0 cash; time price, m ot?!
Quarter cash the other Ih r oo-quxrlii a for approved City ;
Factors* Acceptance, with Interest ai ths rata of seven
p. r cent, per annum. I rota tun* of purchase, payable
January is. laea, wiua cturtxt rato of Kxchaage.
Fa- ties wishing to purer aso larga amounts o .a bo sup
plied direct trom the works, ??
MACBETH' & RAVENEL,
SOLE AGENTS FOB1 BO?TI? .' 0A?lOLp?A, V
CORNER EAST DAVANO ' EXC !IANOI>??T.
March ' j :' .?? niltao:
ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER
Z.fi(\ BBL? THB ABOVE W^LLK?OWNFtB
0\J\J T1UZEB e^poottd pot itcamtr from PhUa
V AU unfilled cru ovs wfH bo supplied direct from steamer.
*5*V ^^TkafSflftW* BAVWl^LTec^AeSS;
C.HUK1I DECUBB IN Edi rn.
Pomciguon rs Watkrr,
Will bo Hold, under I bo dlrccUou of Iho under?l|iurd, ?I
ho ?11 Cintom IIouso. in liiln city, T1IIH DAV, iln
41b of tpi il, 1807, ut 11 o'clock . M.
All ?a I LO OF LAND, mlh Ino building
tboreon. situate on Uio went eldo of I oat Buy
MM, In tbin city, measuring In front ou said
!??* .2S feot * inches, on Ilm tuck lino 24 fcol
Il Mu, aud in dep.ii m fect 4 Inches, inoro or
Ica?, lluuiidluu; norlb on Und of Mm. E. M. llro.Uo.
south on land now or formerly of Mm. Anna Ross, a) ?'
partly on Enal Bay street; woat ou land now or former!)
of Mm. Anna liras, mal a Ibe oast ou I nul Iioy street.
TcruiB?One-nftli cash; baiamo lu one, two, tlireo and
four year*, aocured by bond of purx-harcr aud tiioriitOBe
of Uio promises, witb inloreat from day of ?ale, payable
scral-aunualiy; Ibo buildings to bo Insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papom.
JAM -i TUPPER.
__Aprll4 _ tal Master In Equity.
under decree ik kuuTtyI
.Scbrtnti c?. AfiBcr.
Will bo sold under Ibo dlrccUou of Ibo undersigned, at
the old Custom House In Ibis city, 1 H Is DAY, the
4th of April, 1W7. at 11 o'clock A. M..
All that J.or Uh LAND, situata on Uio north side of
Queen street. In Uio City of Charleston, distinguished by !
tho number 64, measuring in noni ou said strcol. ami
running from cant to west, 3J feet 0 Inches, and In depth
from sou h to north 130 feet. Hulling and bounding lu
Uio eastward on laud lato of Abrahum Rodriuues, to the
westward on land Uto of Edward flordon, to Ibc north
ward on the burial uround of Hi. Philip's Churo r, rind lo
Ibo southward on Queen street aforesaid.
Terms.?Ou-tlUnl cash; bslanco In ono and two w,
scoured by bond of tho purchaser and mortiogo of the
premise?, with interest payablo annually. Furclnipcr to
pay for papers. JAM EH TUPPEU.
April 4 Dilti Master In Equity.
i v di : ii decree iv KflUITY.
Horton es. Smith rt a1.
Will bo sold, under Iho direction of Iho undersigned, I
the nld Custom IIuuso, on THURSDAY, tbo VStu dny ni
April, 1807. at 11 o'clock A.M..
All Hint TRACT OF LAND, situalo on Iho north side
of tbo publlo road lending from Charleston lo Ashley
River Kerry, In tie Parish of St. Andrew, containing 7.V;
scroa,snd also a small Tract of Land on the northern boun
dary of Uio sbovo Tract, and incorporated with II as one
Tract, bounding north and east on lands noworlstenf
?? Howard, nonth on Dorchester Hood, west an Iambi
now or lato of-Rockman, and northwest on land now
or hvo of . O'Neill.
Terms?Oin -third rash; bslanco III two equal succes
sivo annual Instalments, secured by hnnd or tho pur
chaser and mortgage of tho promises, with Interest from
day ol aaV, payablo aunuaUy. Purchasers to par for
papers. JAMES TUPPER,
AprlU_th4 _Monter In Equity.
UMI1CR decree iIV euuity.
Mouton ?. f\inniwihnm.
Will l e sold under the dlrectlm of tho undersigned, at
tho Old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tho 23d of
April, 1807, at 11 A. M..
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, wit! Jio Duildlocs Uiero
Oli, situato on tho north sldn of "tusain street In this
city, mea' urne : In front on sold street thlrt -Ilvo (M) f? t
moro or less, and In depth two huudred (200) fcot, moro
or less, nonndlng south on Ucaufaln street, west on
lands of Win. Cross and Itcbccca K?lker, north on laids
ol Bolomon Kloses aud J. It. Polnsctl, aud cast on hind
Terms?Une-tlilid cosh; hi banco In Uireo equal suo
ccssito annual Instalments, secured by bonds and
mortgago of tho promises, with Interest from day of sale,
payable scini-annually. Tho building to be insured and
Purchaser to pay for papers. JAMES TUl'PER,
_AprU4_U?3wl_ Master in Equity.
under decree IN equity. :
Zhinfcin, TYiiBtcc. vu. Margrave.
Will bo sold, undor tho direction of the undorain..?d, at
tho old Custom House, on THURSDAY, Uio 25th day
of April, 1807, at II . M.,
ALL TUAT LOT OF LAND, sltnato on Uio west irido . f
President street, (Upper wards,) In this cltv, designated
by tho No. 105, lu a plot drawn by R. . Parso, nnrvoy
or, dated l'Jth April, 1852, rccordorl in tho onice of Hr.,la
ter of Mense Conveyance* for Charleston District, from a
survey mado oy R. Q Pinehnry, Mircb, 1842, measuring
hi front ou Pr. aident street, forty (40) .eel, tho same on
tbo bauk duo, aud In depth from oast to west ono hun
dred and twenty (120) fect, maro or less. Douudlug east
on Proalduut street, north on Cannon Court, west on Lot
No. GO, and noutli on Lot .No. 104. tu tho aboro described
??One-th'rd cosh; balance In thrco equal sue
censivo annual Instalments, socurnd by boud of tho pur
chaser and mortgage of Uio premises, with intent rom
day of salo, payablo annually ; buildings to bo Insured
and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers. JAMES ,
April 4 th? Master lu Equity.
under decree in equity,
MoKenna vs. Duanc.
Will be sold, under the direction of Uio undersigned, st
the old disteni House, on TUESDAY, the 10th day of
April, 1807, at II A. ,
All that LOT OF LAND, wlUi tbo bnildlngi thereon,
situato on Uio south sido of T: add street In Ulla city,
measuring In front on said street, 23 feet 5 Inches, and In
depth 08 foot ? inches, moro or less, bounding north on
Traild street, oast on lands of Alouro J. White, souUi on
lands of-, and w st on lands of ?, and known by
Uio No. 11 on said street.
Terms?Oue-fourt - cash ; baUnroin three I qual ins ai
monta, scoured by bond of purchaser and morUtago of
premises, with interest from day ol sale, payable an
nually. DuildlngB to lie insured sud policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
March 28 th3tul Master lu Equity.
under decree in ?U it y.
Mittel' vs. itikeU.
Will bo sold, undoi tho dirccUon of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the ldth day of
April, 1867, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
ALL THAT PLANTATION, situated on Edlsto Island,
called "Vinegar UllL" and containing clghty-firc (85)
aerea, situato on tbo public rood, opposite tho Episcopal
Terms?One-third cash ; baiane e in one and two years,
secured by bond and mortgago of the premises, with In
terest, psyablo annually. Purchaser to pay for papers.
March 28_thStul_Master in Equity.
under decree in equity.
Glen vs. Branch.
WU1 bo sold, under thodirocUon of the underulgucd, at
the old Custom House on TUESDAY, Uio 16th day
of April, 1807, at 11 o'clock A; M.,
ALL THAT LOI OF LAND, situate on tho north aide
of Broad Street in this city, known by tho No. 54,
and measuring In front on 11 mad street 22 feot 0 luches,
mor or less (Including one-half of an all' y adjoining the
same, which alloy U subject to tho free uso o? Uio pro
prietor of this, and In common with Uio proprietor of tho
adjoining loi,) and lu depth from north lo south 218J?
feet mors Cr ?c??. Ssjuiioing east on Unda of ?-? Ram
say, west on land now or Uto of Dr. Henry Frost, south
on Broad street and north on land ot estate of Mrs.
Terms.?One-fourth cash ; balance In ono, two and !
three years, secured by bond of tbo purchaser and mort
gage of tho premises, with interest from day of sols, pay
ablo acmi-annually. The buildings to be insured .and
policy n-ilgned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Ja MES TUPFER,
March 23_tu3tul_Master In Equity.
under decree in equity.
Gibbo and E?iott -s. Trescot.
Will be sold under tho dlrccUou ot Ih- undersigned, at
. the old Custom Honse, In thU city, on THURSDAY,
the 11th day of AprU, 1867, at 11 A. M?
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND, known as the Templo
plantation, si coated between tbo Aahepoo and Combahca
Riven, in fit. Bartholomew's Parish, Coueton District,
and coo raining, according to a. urrey made by Joseph Pur
cell, and a Title Deed from Uio Master In Equity to Uio
Trustees of Barnard Elliott, -.620 acres, exclusive of 322
acrea of Pine Land, not therein conveyed, west of Uio
. wand Aahepoo public roads. The said Templo
Plantation now to be sold, containing 2,100 acrea, moro
or loss, and bounding north and east on lands formerly
of John end Edmund Bellinger and .-Rhalt, south on
lands of Thomas Ell ott and- Chlsolm, and west on
Chehaw and Aahepoo publlo roods..
Tcnr.ii?Ono third cash; balanco In ono and two years',
with Interest from day of sale, payable annually, secured
by bond of the purchaser fnd mortgage ol tho premises.
Purchaser to pay for papen. /AMES TUPPER,
March 21 tli4 Mauler In Equi t y.
I CIIERAW AND DARUNOTOV ha 117?ioa i).
Chbraot, March 12, 1807.
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 1?TH
lest, the PASSEN OER TRAIN ? on thin Road will
I run as follows: "
Davo L'licraw,.,.'.. 0.00 A.M.
Arrive Florence.:... 9.00 A. M.
Leavo Florence.t.; B.OU F. M.
Arrivo cheraw.-....11.45 P. M.
' Paese ig era /resa Charleston will leave by the 1 P. M.
I Train, lo socoro a direct connooUon with the transit on
this Rood. 8.8. SOLOMONS.
March 13 Superintendent.
northeastern railroad company.
SUPE RINTENDENT'8 OFFICE, 1
C?TiiM iwro?. . O., March 19, 1807. J
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 14TH
INSTANT, the THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN on
I this Bead wiU Leave Florence at 9.60 A. ., and arrivo at
Charleston at 8.80 P. M. All other trains romain un
changed. &? 8. SOLOMONS,
March 13 . Superintendant.
8APDLES. HARNE88, ETC.
F. F. CHAPEAU, |
( J. * T. ?. ILEFKnON, SUPERINTENDENTS, )
,vj iiunjTjLOTunxs or
F?flR? APS, BELTS, ETC.,
amo mronxru of
AT McK.ENSIE'8 OLD STAND,
, , Corner Church and Ohalmen atreeia,
Jjnnary 20 ituQiSmoa
' USE TEDS, LADIEH, AND NO OTHER,
With your PASTRY bavo no botner;
. . At every grocer, you can get it.
Try a box and ne'er rogret It.
This YEAST POWDER U us?4 by aU flrat-claea Hotela
tad RestouronU throagb the country, and is finding lie
way in to .very hocsobold where good Yeast Powder is
appreciated. Hample? free. Every box warranted to
give satisfaction or money refunded. ManuActurod by
TAYLOR * YOUNG, No, 134Front aireet. New York.
For sals by GRUliEB fc MARTIN,
No, 5SA Kins ?treA
U EN II Y BXSOUOEF k O??
: No. IV. East Bay,
V). ?. oonwiM * CO
Ho. 9 '
l'i :?: > .
D&-CV1E h MOIS , Dragg!
M k ISI MKBiINO b l'ili.E"!
BUB? Ctme tOn TUE 1 SD? Up
PACKAGES CC lCOff pi?CS. ' .,
t^NNM ;,? Jfo???leby.
, , HJJULJL E ,
March 18 . a Ko, ?? BROAD STREET,
_ _ I ggf
Shoulder?. Ifanix. l?nt.'er. ere. ?te.
UV liAVHEV .V i.r \ ) ,1 .
TlltS D.VY, 4lli hint., will bo ?old before our itort, No.
En*! Bay. at IO o'clock,
4 IUI UH. SII(JUI.1)EI'.S
0 libila, llama
10 tuba Bui ter
11 k->?ia Butter
fi b?rrela P?r Ileada
, boxea Shoulders and Strips.
Condition cash. April 4
IIa nU Sit Uder?. Sir in?. io.
JEKFOIIDS d* CO.
ITI M sell TUIS i AY. In front of their store, Mo. 27 Ven
due Uango, at 10 o'clock,
3 hh<R HAMS
7 tea. llsggod Dama
10 boxes llama
20 kegs H?lter
10 tubs nutter
4 bhils. Imo Shoulder?
3 h lidie CIcsr Sidos
IS Ics. Sbouldorn
10 tee. Lard
20 bbls. Strips
_ 8 boxes Smoked Heillos._Aprila
UN ORR DECREE IN EQUITY.
7'Ac Home Loan and Building Association vs.
THIS DAY. the 4th April. ino/, at 11 o'clock. Will
bo sold ut tho old Custom House, under tbo direction
of the undi-nugucd.
All that . UP LAND with Ilio one story lilt ICR
HC li.m:.(i thereon, nitriste on th.- north sido of Market
str>-et, between M.-ctliiimu.l Church Firrels, sud designa
ted on a pint made by Hoborl K. Payue, lu May. 1850,
for tbo City Land Company, by tbo No. OS, measuring on
Market street ?2 loot, and in dnptb 73 feet, bounding
South on Market slroet. East on Lot No. GC, North on Lot
No. 30, <nd West ou I Alt No. 04.
Terms?Ou-Mldrd cash; bilnuco In two cquil succ?s -
ilve annual Instalments, with Interest payable annually
from the d.iyof sale; i*cuurcd by the bond of the pur
chaser, and mortgage of Iho premises. The bullillng to
bo liiHUrcil, and the i>oilcy assigned,
Purclniscr to pay for papers. J. W. QUAY,
April 4_wa3Uil Master In Kiinity.
D.VOBB DEuIlKR IN EQUITY.
ChtCfthotrnMnh r.s. Kiecutors of I'alton,
THIS DAY, the 4th or April, 1807. at 11 o'clock, will be
sold st Ihn Uhi Custom House, uudcr the direction of
All Hint LOT No. Si, with largo dwelling and exlenslvo
out-Rill ldlngs thereon, situated on Ilio North writ corn er
of Lnurenn and Mtd.lln streets, measuring In front ou
l.aurcna street 04 feet G Inches, and 01 feet wide on Mid
dle street, be the sslil dlmcnstona moro or lesa.
Tho HOUSE and LOT No. 10, on tho East side ot
Middle street, measuring in front cu Middle street 71
rcot, and In depth 70 feet, more or less. The DweUiog
bas six attnlglil looms, wilh double lazza. On the Lot
aro likewise a large kitchen and eto>io.
Tho vacant LOT No. 16 II rrcerord street.
Tbo ? scant LOT No. U Hunel street.
The vacant LOT No. 1G4. East sido of Esst Bay, corner
of Prltchard street.
LOTS near Magnolia.
Terma?Oce-tuurth cash ; balance In one, two and
three years, so ured b\ bond of Iba purchaser and mort
crogo of tho prcnilecH and Insurance of tbo buildings.
Tuo po'ldos to bo assigned. Purchaser to pay for papero.
A more particular description lo be given In a futuro
advertisement. J. W. O RAY,
April 4_ _y3^^_Master In Equity.
1 1)1X1 DECREE! IN EQUITY.
The Churltston Savings Institution vs. Martin,
1 ititi DAY, the 4th AprU, 1807. at 11 o'clock, wfil bo
aotd, at tbo old Custom House, under tho direction ot
Iho mi l en I,rneil,
Al?that LOT OF LAND, with tbo bulldines theroon,
Rituale on the south aide of Van-lcrhorst street, city ol
Charleston, measuring 60 feet on the front and baok
Unes, and 184 .'cot tu depth an Iho caat lino, and 183 feet
on the-.vest Iii <?; bounding north on said street; south
on land for merli of Iho City Council of Charleston, and
now of-; cast on lot uow or late of Wm. Uazxard,
aud to tho west nn land formerly of tho City council.
Tornis?Oi.c-thlrd cash: balance in one, two snd three
years, secured by bond of tiiu purchaser and mortgage
of tho promises; biiUdlngs to be lusured and kept In
sured, and tbo policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers. J. W. ( ., ,
April 4 wSthl Master In Equity.
UNDER DKCKEE IN EQUITY.
Executors of Wir.. Patton vs. Oampsen, Adminis
tr liar, et al.
On TUESDAY, tho Oth April next, at II o'clock, will bo
sold at the old Custom House, under iho direction cf
ALL tua LOT OF LAND, being a Water Lot, attuate
at the a luthwest corner of Concord and nasci streets. In
tbo city of Charleston, measuring In front on oncord
street 40 feel, on tho bsck Un > :i9 feet, snd In depth on
Hasel street CO feet ? luches. Bo un..log east on Concord
street; south on Lockwood A Johnson; west on Wm. Pal
ton, and north on Hasel street.
Terms?One-third cash; bataneo in one, two and throe
yearn, soenred by tho bond of tho purchaser, aud mort
gage of tho promisee. Tbo buildings to bo Insured and
kept lune roi, and tuo policy ai signed. Purchaser to pay
forpipori. J. W. OKAY,
March 23 th2lul Master In Equity.
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS BEM O VED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET.
BETWEEN MEETING AND CHUBCH-STA.
where can bo fonnd a choice assortment ol CLOIUB,
CASS1MERES and VEaTlNGS of every Variety, for
gontlcmen's wear, which bu la prepared to make to
order at tho lowest cash prices.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (lunnorly or C. D. Carr A Co.),
will givo bis attention to the Tailoring Department and
to NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FUBNISBTNG GOODS.
January 17 3m oa
NOW BEADY, AT FBOM $18 TO 126 PEB BUTT, att.
complete, and MADE AT HOME oxclualvei; by
SOUTHERN HANDS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
I 8. O. The unaorsignod bega leave to Inform bla friends
that he Is receiving about 800 sulle, made from English
material, and Importod direct by HENRY TRENCHARD,
Eaq, Importer of BriUah WooUeng, No. 19 Ex changa
street. An early call Is requested by
WM. MATIIIESSEN, Agent, ?
No. 210 King street, between Markot and Princesa,
starch 7 imo
c?rh?rt, whitford & co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE . DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 66, 67,6?
and 01, Hudson street, near Du.-ii.e, New York.
T. F. CA RH ART. . t
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. n. VAN WAGEN EN.
December 10 fimo_A. T. H AMILTON.
.1 A m KS McCORMICK,
WHOLESALE A E A . SEAXXa DI
CL0T?S. CASSIMERES A\D VES??NG?,
GBKT8' I i U.MNIIINU cth?B3,
No. 35 BROAD STREE?1
January 93 fimos CH ARLESTON, 6, C.
FRIPP cotton seed. ;
BDBHEL3 OF COTTON SEED?Pn?DUOED OVEB
200 pounda of clean long ? tapio cotton per acre.
l'or salo low at J. 0. II. GLAU&JEN,
March 23 fmw No. 10 Market street
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diment havlng caused many unprincipled dosiere to
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of Lea k PEXoarrre ara upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
E and BOTTLE.
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to our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at tho Milla House.
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