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THE DAILY NEW
tS- LARGEST CIBCUTJATIOX.-THE DAILY
NEWS REING THE NEWSPAPER OFFl'TALI.Y
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARG! -"R CIR?
CULATION IS THE CIT!' OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS Ob' THE NEW PO Vi OFFICE LAW.
?LUCI ION SALES THIS DAY.
JOHN G. ilLNOB & Co. will sell this dav, at
their auction salesroom. No. 135 Mee?ihg
street, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, chthlng,
Ho-av COBIA i Co. will sell this dav, at
No. 7a East Bay, at ll o'clock, 210 baler East?
K. al. MARSHALL SZ BBO. will sell this day,
at the Exchange, at ll o'clock, building lot on
L S. K BENKSTT will bull this day, ut the resi?
dence No. 1 Lucas-street, at ll o'clock, t'ur
niture, French china.
LEITCH & BRUNS will soil this day, at the
old posioffioe, at ll o'clock, lot ol Lind on
JAMES TIPPER (Alaster in Equity) will seil
this dav, a. tho old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
tract ol lund in St. Joan's Berkeley.
JAKES W. GHAT (Alastai' in Equity) will sch
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
. two plantations in Christ Church Parish.
MILLIGAN & SON will sell this day, at No. 22
Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, furniture, dry
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at his stoi o,
corner lune 'md Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,
clothing, dry goods, hats.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9.* o'clock, sides shoulders, butter.
MOKAX & CAMPBELL will sell this day, nt
thoir cash auction house, No. 130 aleeling
strct, at 10 o'clock, clothing, dress goods,
LACKET & ALEXANDER will sell this dav, be?
fore their sture, No. 137 East Bay, it 10 o'clock,
hams, shoulders, potatoes.
R. k A. P. CALDWELL, will sell this day, be?
fore their store, at 9$ o'clock, rope, &c.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sra this day, at. their
new stores, Nos. 17 ana 19 Vendue Runge, at
9? o'clock, shoulders, si Jes, strips.
OUR CITY. SUBSCRIBERS who are taking THE
DAILY NEWS hy the week are particularly re?
quested to pay their dues in future to no
person except our authorizel agent, Mr. C.
C. Righter, or his collector, Mr. Edwin S.
BOABD OF TBADE.-The regular monthly
meoting will be held at halt-past seven o'olock
UNMATLABLE LETIEBS.-Thc tollowing letters
are held in the Charleston Postoflico on ac?
count of not being stamped or for other
.f Br JWH, H. D. Stone Landing, no such office;
Digcrs, H. VVallerton, not stamped; Hormaun,
Vf. Chicago. III., not stamped; Hinrg, L. P.
Waltham, Mass., uot stamped; Laniers, lt.
New York, not stamped; liuuiington, W. c.
Baltimore, MJ., not stamped; Wootey, J. B.
Edisto Island, not stamped.
HABD TIMES.-E. Lafitte <fc Co., have for sale
upon easy terms, a fine stern-wheel steamer
known as the '-Hard Times,'' which is certain
to bo tho cause of "Good Times" to the judi?
cious purchasor. The steamer is 159 feet lon?,
has c capacity of 420 tons, and when light only
draws 16 inches of water. Sho was built ouly
four years ago, and has recently been thorough?
ly overhauled. She has sixteen stato rooms,
and is well fitted upiu every particular.
PLATFORMS AGAIN.-Since the platform ordi
nanco was first unearthed there haw boen a
number of charges preferred, but no fines
have ns yet been imposed. In many of the
cases brought before the Mayor tho parties
have claimed that tho sidewalks in trout of
their houses were on a level with the street,
and being unprotected by a curb no platform
was necessary- This excuso has, in every in
stanco, boou considered valid, and tho street
inspector requested to furnish tho necessary
curbing. Mayor Bums seems determined to
rulo over a model city.
THE WHOLE HOG OR NOSE.-Messrs. Jeffords
& Co. yesterday hung their shingle on the
outer walls of their now stores ou Vonduo
Range, which proceeding may be considered as
* an intimation that they will 6oon take posses?
sion of the premises. Tho now sign is an
elaborate specimen of the artistic skill ol' Mr.
C. W. Stdes. Besides tho name ol thc firm,
which appears in bold letters, ?ure is an ex?
cellent representatiun of a lull grown porker
a significant allusion to thc public that Messrs.
Jeffords d; Co. are prepared togo the whole
hog and furnish their customers with tho bes:
in the market. Tho new store, which has al?
ready been described in these columns, is
rapidly approaching cuniplctiou, and will soon
be tenanted by tho proprietors.
THE YACHT CLUB.-A called meeting of tho J
yacht ownezs ar.d others, who r.ish to form a
club, wiil bo held to-night at Daytou's r:stau
rant, aud a full attendance is earnestly request?
ed. There aro many in our community who
take an interest in this subject, and who would
willingly unite themselves with un enterprise
o ' th's description. Our pleasure flotilla is
constantly increasing, and if tho proper steps
ure taken, there is no reason why Charleston
should not in. time boast a handsome yacht
squadron. Messrs. Marsh & Brother are now
building a yacht which will bc forty feet deck,
twenty-five foot eleven inches keel, r.nd about
five feet deep. Sho will bc a counterpart of
the Eleanor. Mr. Jones, Charleston's famed
boat builder, has als^ a fine yacht, which will
be ready for launchiug in a few days. Bcjides
these now vessels' there aro a number that
havo already seen service. Tho Kate,"tho Ruse,
the Eleanor, and the M.iggio Mitchell,-wit ii
others equally well known, already form a re?
spectable squadron. Charleston harbor is ad?
mirably adapted for the sport of yachting, aud
it is boped that the meoting to-night will be
REV. DB. IXUMMEK.-This venerable and be?
loved ?iviuo beliverod a most eluquent and
powerful sermon beiorc the ?oung Men's
Christian Association, last Sunday evening, in
the Second Presbyterian Church, nis text
?wa3 from tho 2d Epistb of Peter, first chapter
and sixt jcnth verse: ''For wo hr.vo not followed
cunningly devised fabler." Notwithstanding
the inclemency of thc weather, quito a largo
audi nco was in attendance-as, indeed, there
generally is whenever public services ar ? held
under thc auspices of this association-an for
nearly an hour and a half the venerable minis?
ter held them completely enchained by tho
power of his argument, and tho earnestness of
Us manner. As ho stood in front of ,he au?
dience (for, at the close of the preparatory ser?
vice, before commencing his sermon, ho cane
down from the pulpit), with his Bilver-whito
hair and long flowing beard, roaching nearly
to his waist, also of silver-whiteness, ho seemed
like one ol' the old prophets returned to thc
earth to prove by his appearance as weil as by
his arguments thai he hal not spent a lifetime
in following "cunningly devised fables." but thc
Gospel ho preached and believed was, indeed,
given "by inspiration of God. '
We are pleased to learn that the Doctor has
promised to return to tho city later iu tho sea?
son and preach a series of sormons before, tho
Young Men's Christian Association, whon our
citizens may have another opportunity of hear?
PROMENADE ENTERTAINMENT.-Thc ladi
Trinity Church will give to-morrow anrlT!
day overling apromonado entertainment ti
hall ovor tho Adams Express Company,
have spared no pains to make this one o
events of the season. Tho post band has
engaged, and the tables and booths wi
furnished and decorated in the most ar
mauger. Tho object proposed in one
should enlist the sympathies of the public
THE COURT OF EQUITY, CHANCELLOR
ROLL PRESIDING.-In re Alexander Glonni
Francis 21. Weston, el al. This case wai
sumed from Friday, and the pleadings t
read. Mr. Miles opened his argument, vi
was continued until the court adjourned.
DISTRICT COURT-JUDGE LOGAN PRESIDE
Tho 6emi-monthJv session at chambere
held yesterday. The commitments of thc
fifteen days reported by tho magistrates,
.several discontinuances ordered, but t
were no matters of public interest. This
tom of Btated preliminary examinations (i
gurated by Judge Logan, and afterward n
imperative upon tho magistrates by a Ger
.Order), is a ronsiderable^aving of expens
the State, as well as a material aid in obtaii
a speedy adniinistration of justice. Our Mi
also disposes very summarily of much ma
that would otherwise go through the fo
and oxpenses of jury trials in tho quart
sessions. We hope to hear that the next dot
will not be so heavy as tho ono of the last ti
of this court._'
MATOB'S COURT.-Monday has always b
considered an unfortunate day A iib the?
delinquents, and a large number of that cl
?appeared yesterday to answer for their n
deedn. As usual, tho two days' docket cons
cd principally of those who had forgotten ti
standing in society, s. .uinbed to the bot
and transgressed the city ordinances
making their beds on the sidewalk. Sleep
in thc open air being considered injurious, tl
were each doctored to the amount of $5, t
advised to bo moro careful of their health,
thc doso would be doubled.
Some of tho sinners acknowledged th
shortcomings with penitence; others, aga
tried thc- bluff game, but found that they t
not hold tho trumps, and were compelled
como down with the stamps.
Among tho fraternity was a colored manw
rejoiced in the royal name of Francis Josej
He disclaimed all relationship to the Empei
of Austria, but acknowledged that it was 1
birthday, and that he had made merry accoi
ingly. In consideration of his candor ho vi
released, but advised not to let his birthda
occur moro than once a j ear.
. A dispeuser of thc fluid, who neglected
observo Sunday, was fined $20 for his irre
Several parties who were charged with i
saults and being disorderly were each mulct
to the tune of $5.
Ben Huger (colored), a fish vender, succee
ed in cleating a neat row with a brother rn?
chant, and was accordingly captured. T
Mayor, though not a fisherman, knew how
catch such characters, and his net soon haul
in a $10 greenback.
There are few nights that pass without sor
applications for lodgings, and among tho
brought before the Mayor woro two negroe
one au octogenarian, and the otb or a boy abo
nvc years of age. The first was grey and d
crepid, and, from his statement, it appear
that he was formerly a slave of Ur. Perry,
St. Helena Parish. Ho approached the dei
with tears, and said : '"Massa, I can't seo no
I nas a good-f-lavc once, but I'se worthlo
now." Tho Mayor asked him a few qncstion
fro:.! which it appearou that thia was nia fir
visit to thc city, aud that he had come to see
aid from thc government. He was sent to tt
almshouse with his young companion, wb
claimed to be a waif on thc wido world.
Samuel Knights, a colored youth, who hu
doubtless read the Scripture, and had tried i
omulato David, succeeded in slinging a stot
into tiie window of St. Peter's Church (colored
on Wont worth-s'rect. Unfortunately for hil
li o did not strike a Goliath, and tho slingii
was charged u V tor his shot.
TnE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT COI
vened at thc usual hour yestorday, his Hone
Judge Bryan presiding.
In -the following cases, being petitions ft
voluntary bankruptcy, tho same were read t
their respective counsel and referred to Regii
ti ar Car pouter :
Isaac P. nuni, J. Hamilton Hunt, and i
Burns Thompson, copartners as Hunt
Brother, of Charleston, McCiady & Son, st
William H. llagood, of Barn well, Porter
George ol. Owens, of Barnwell, Whale
Mitchell & Clancy, solicitors.
George M. Bushing, of Barnwell, Whale;
Mitchell & Clancy, solicito!8.
B. H. Real, of Charleston, Rutledge i
S. W. Trottle, of Barnwell, Whaley, Mitcht
& (. laney, solicitors.
W. Allen Bentou, of Cheraw, Simonton i
Bar cr, solicitors.
Nathan H. Guyton, of Berkeley, Simons i
W. M. Lcmun, of Aiken, Simonton & Barkel
sn! i ci? ors.
Fleetwood Linneau and B. F. Whildcn, cc
partners r.s Lanncau & Whildcn, of Charlestoi
Simons & Sickling, solicitors.
Robert Martin, of Barnwell, Simonton & Bai
James Thompson, of Liberty Hill, Simonto
? Barker, solicitors. .
W. .\. WardhVw, of Charleston, Simonton i
Barkor, solicitors. <
James N. Wood, of Charleston, Simonton ?
Ex parle Wm. J. Saunders. It ap iearini
that there ?rere some irregularities in tho prc
cecdfuga of the 3aid W. J. Saunders upon hi
petition to be adjudged a bankrupt, ordered
on motion of McCrady & Son, petitioner's so
Iicitors, that he be allowed to withdttw his pc
lion, and that tho order of reference herctofor
granted, bo dismissed.
In re J. C. Bickley-a bankrupt. Pchtioi
for final discharge ordered to be referred ti
Registrar Carpenter. Messrs. Simonton & Bar
ker pro pel.
Er parte C. H. Lambert, of Chester. Petitioi
for voluntary bankruptcy read, and rcferene
ordered to Registrar dawson, Messrs. McAli
ley & Brawley pro pvt.
The following petitions for voluntary bank
ruptcj were read by the counsel of pet i
? toners respectively, and reference ordered ti
Job J. Boozer, of Lauren*, B. W. Btrll, soliei
John W. Folk, of Newberry, J. M. Baxter, so
James C. Kenneth, of Richland, W. H. Tal
Wade ll. Metzler, ot Newberry, Jones ic Jones
Solomon ii. Myers and S. E. Mossman, co
I partners aa S. II. Myers & Co., of Columbia
i Ar.hur, Melton & Melton, solicitors,
j James A. Simmons, of Laurens, Simpson S
In Admiralty -United States cs. schoone;
Emma-Libel for violation cf revenue law. Ol
motion of Messrs. Brown cc Mindi, respon
dents, proctors S. It. Carr and . were ap
pointed to appraise thc value of the schoone:
and roport the sauic* to the clerk; also, tba
after the appraisement is made the responden
have leave to stipulate for the schooner in i
' good pud sufficient bond for the appraise!
i value thereof.
Ix TUE DISTRICT COURT.-The United State
cs. H. V. Stonehouse-Violation of the laws o
I tho United States in receiving as Pcnsioi
! Agent a gronter compensation than is allowei
! bv law. Witnesses were cxamintd and tht
j c?so continued until to-day. R. W. Seymour
Esq., for defendant.
HE UHAKIJ??TUK Lt A LU
PERSONAL.-Thc Hon. John E. Ward, lato
Ministe; to China, arrived yesterday and is
'staying at thc Mills House.
THE PILOT Bor.-Tins industrious ?leamer
is busy as a bec. She leaves Charleston every
Monday night at 12 o'clock, and Savannah
every Wednesday morn inc at 7 o'clock. Cap?
tain McNelty takes the best car J of hid pas?
sengers, and those who like a sea trip cannot
.enjov themselves better. Through tickets can
bo bought for Florida, or the traveller may
stop at Beaufort, Hil on Hoad and Bluffton.
Captain John Ferguson hascharge of freight
THE THEATRE.-Kathleen Mavourneen was
greeted last night with a large and apprecia?
tive audience, ifr. and Mrs. Watkins were in
their happiest vein, and the piece v. as render?
ed with a freshness and a thorough persona?
tion of the characters which elicited general
applause, it is an extremely difficult matter
to render Irish characters in an acceptable
manner, but. thc present star6 hu vc ably sus?
tained the reputation they acquired abroad,
and thc aching is worthy of ?enuinc natives of
the Green Idle. She. Watkins' fine voice adds
an additional charm to thc entertainment, and
tho songs "WeariDg of the Greoti" and "Kslh
leen Mavourneen, ' neverfail to touch r. respon?
sivo chord in thc audience.
CITY IMPROVEMENTS.-It is uow well under?
stood (.hat our present Mayor will rigidly en?
force overy ordinance on the books. Many of
these have been dead letters, and their resur?
rection from the dust of tho past will cause
some uneasiness among the property owners.
The platform question settled, thesidewaiks are
the next feature wort In ofconsidoralioti. Many
of tho.- e are : n a dilapid?t ed condition. Caused by
tho breaking of tiajc brick or stone pavements
and tb a absence of curbs. On tho lino of the
burnt district tho lota arc, in nearly every in?
stance, open to the street, and cattle stray on
the sidewall: unmolested, unless by some vigi?
lant policeman. A number of those lots ore
either excavated, or have ugly collars near the
sidewalk, which iorm clangorous traps to pe?
destrians. One of tho city ordinances states
that all lots must be enclosed by a fence; but
since the war this has not been enforced, and
thc 6ic':ewalks have necessarily suffered. Mayor
Burns has .visited overy section of tho city, and
will net pass its imperfections by. Curbs aro
to be laid, fences erected, sidewalks repaired,
and a general improvement effected. Some
pockets mo;, suffer, but tho city will reap the
advantage, and tho public will bc able to pi c
serve "meir shoe leather and their tempers.
. SOMETHING NICE.-WC have boon luruishod.
by Mr. Joseph Waiker, with u ".specimen
brick" of the elegant work which, for the last
two years, ho baa been daily turning out from
his establishment, at No. 3 Broad-street, for thc
admiration of thc public and to thc envy of
all his brother typos.
It ia an elegant little pamphlet of forty pages,
printed for John H. Fairley &_ Co., our neigh?
bors on Haync-atrect, and for exquisite execu?
tion, tasteful arrangement, and effective "pre
aentabiiity," it is a bijou iii it3 way. Tho
pamphlet recites, tirat, what a busino-s-mau
can do better i:i Charleston than anywhere
oise; ard, next, give? a catalogue ol' all thc
articles in thc calendar of dry, wet and taney
gooda, with alternate pages of blank paper
whose very surface tempts both peu and pen?
cil. Wo aro at a loss whether to compliment
Mr. Walker for bin success in this work of art,
or Messrs. Fairloy & Co. (or so happily appro?
priating tho advertising thunder that belongs
to newspapers. Both are evidently "masters
of tho situation,"' and prepared to make fur
thor flunk movements in their rospoctivu ?Mh
IMPROVEMENT IN BICE CULTURE.-A great
Having of labor baa boen effected by tho intro
' duction of T. D. Dottorar'a rice planter, a. teat
of which was given on thc 20th of February, al
tho plantation of Mr. Vandorkorst, on theAshe
poo, before a number of planters. Tho experi?
ment is said to have been a complete success,
and it was acknowledged by all prosont to be a
machino admirably adapted for the purpose ol
planting rice. Thi i machino is of home pro?
duction, and ia described to bo one of tho bea*
over introduced. It can be arranged to plant
one or more trenches, and rons closo io ditch
odgoa, thereby losing no planting gt'ou d.
Wo give bolow one or two certificates of its
working, which have been addressed to Mr.
"The trial made yesterday on this place, with
your improved nco planter, was highly .satisfac?
tory, particularly so as it waa put tu a scVero
teat in being triod m a Ueld which was only
partially harrowed and toft, and liv no means
free from slumps.
"It travelled with case on very nari ow and
uneven banka, and i expect io planta consider?
able portion ol my crop witu the valuable as?
sist inco you have furnished the rico planter.
"A. VANDKKUOB? IV
"[ have seen your rico trencher thoroughly
tesied on ill prepared Aahcpoo lands, aud il
gavo overy satisfaction, lt makes por:c-t
trenches, and sows aced equally if not more ro
gnlar than it sown by. iiaud. It travelled over
Ave milos of narrow banks and siood ti severe
test. J. B. LA1USSEY."
Those machines are being manufactured by
Messrs. J. M. Eason ?c Brother, who have a
laigo number of orders. All iuterested tire in?
vited to visit they- establishment and inspect
them, at their works, Colutubus-strool.
WBEH DID THE BANKRUPT LAV/ OO INTO
! OPERATION?-In another paragraph we have
spoken of this question as au open one. Siuce
writing that paragraph thc Ballimore Sun, of
Saturday, has como to hand, in which paper
wc find a report of a decision pf Judge Garey's,
in tho Court ol' Common Fleas, up..ii th::, very
point. Judge Carey said :
"But it is not admitted that the oct did not
take ( fleet except'as to tho appointment oi
thc officers created thoicby and tho promulga?
tion of roles and trcneral orders' until tho 1st
day ol Juuo, 18C9 ; but to tito contrary it will
be'found that thc most important rights and
liabilities devolve upon parties immediately
after the passage of thc act ; [seo sections 23,
27, 29, 39, and M]-for tho right to compel u
debtor into involuntary bankruptcy-the dis
allowance of preferences, or- ol a discharge ta
:i bankrupt and thc right to have kim punished'
for a fraud upon Ins creditors. All these
rights and disabililica ac me as well belora
tho 1st doy of June as afterwards, und are tko
vital points and mattera of the law. 1 there?
fore conclude that thu act became a law m
March, and that by ibo ?U:!: section there ?.;!<.
only a anspousion oi' the remedies, that Lo ol'
petitions or other proceedings under thu ;.e:
so that 'they should not bu tiled, received, or
commenced' before the lal day of June after?
wards, when tho law should go into full op ra?
tion ; that is to say, ekoidd furnish ail thc
remedial aud other processes for" tho execution
ol its provisions."
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Hid* House.-Mathew
Horbclker, city; Alfred Lister, Newark, N.J.;
H. Patts, St. John's, N. B.; Dr. M. Landa and
son, Newport; Ward McAlistor and son pnd
Duncan Pell, Newport; Hun. John E. E. Ward,
New York; Mrs. Scott and Miss Scott, Now
York; Ed. Eii?tcin, Now Ycrfcj A. R. Warner,
New York; Mrs. Andrews a:id son and John ty*.
Audrcws, New Orleans; E. C. Dreux und wife,
Boston; J. W. Gamble, Florance.
CharlestonIJo'.el.-S. L. Parko, New York; B.
U. Millar, Beck's Island; B. S. Pardic, New
?ork; Francis Murphy, city; Carlo Brauer,
Texas: Geo. Martin, New York; Capt. Frisbie,
brig Cyclone; Mrs. Lewis, Florida; Miss Moor?,
Chester; R. E. Fraser and J. P. Bridges,
Pavilion Holcl.-F. H. Grech, Barnwell; Dr.
J. H. Harley, Barnwell; J. B. TJlmcr and L. D.
Hallonquist, Barnwell; Benjamin Oldz, Newark,
N. J.; E. R. White, city; Hairy L. Perrin and
C. C. Auderaon, Georgetown.
L -Ll JU ?'T U, JL 1U\JXJI? X ITA v^^
NOTICES IN BANKBUPTC?.-Meetings of tho
creditors of Hie undermentioned bankrupts, to
prove debts and choose assignees, will bo held
at tho offico of tho Registrar, Hon. E. B. Car
pen tor,* No. 50 Broad-stroet, on the days and
at tho hours named :
Da'r. Hour. Name. Of what place.
Mar. G 9 A.M. Councr, Dan!O.Charleston.
Mar. 6?10A,M. Wilsob, Uenj. H.Georgetown
Mar. G 11A.M. Briggs, ?. Ragin.Wrights' Bluff
Mar. 5 1P.M. Rutjes,^>. J.Charleston.
Mar. 5 1 P.M. Thompson, C. R.Oraneeburg.
Mar. 5 2 P.M. Cordes, Theo. Chailcston.
Mar. 5 3 P.M. Kinsman, Norman W.. Charleston.
Mar. C ICI A.M Houser, Andrew J- O.'angeburg.
Mar. C il A.M. Dennis, John B.Charleston.
Mar. (i 12 M. Waring, Thos. S.*... ^t. Stephen's.
Mar. 6 I P.M. Way, Madison P.LewiavhTe.
Mar. 6 2 P.M. Elzov, l?ot^ert M. Barnwell.
Mar. C 3 P.M. smith, J. P.Clio.
Mar. 6 12 M. *Bickley, John C.Charleston.
Alar. 7 1UA.M. Iseur, Abe.Sharleston.
Mar. 7 10 A.M. I Meyer, Jacob. Charleston.
Mar. 7 10A.M jPaclf, Charles S.Salter's.
Mar. 9 12 M.|+Wittschoii, A. Louisa Charle-ton.
Mar. 14 10 A.M. Barnes. James A.Sumter.
Mar. 14 11A.M. S'tventler, David.Orungoburg.
Mar. 14 HAM. lill, Irvin A.'Jranceburg.
Mar. 14 9AM White. H. G.Georgetown.
Mar. 14 1 P.M Deas, seaman. .
Mar. 14 1 P.M j Ervin, John W.Clarendon.
.Mar. 16 IO A.M. H.L.W.H&T.A. Jeffers Charleston.
Mar lc HA.M.. Bedford, KvertE.Charleston.
.".lar. IC 2 r.M.| Jonuson, W. E., Jr.... Liberty Hill
Mar. li; 3 P.M. Wallach, John.Charleston.
Mar. 17 10 A.M. Fundcrburk, Joseph.. Oraneeburg.
Mar. 17 11A.M. Llfrage. Isaac S.Salter's.
Mar. 17| I P.M. Ottolcngui, Israel-Charleston.
Mar. 17 IS M. Liirage, W. J. J.Salter's.
Mar. 17 2 P.M. Brad ?veil, Kavenol SM Manning.
Mar. 17 3 P.M. Conyers, J. J. .Manning.
Mar. 18 9 A.M. Mci lveen, P. larendon.
?Mar. 18 10 A.-M. Gayle. John H.Wrigl t's Bluff
Mar. 18 ll A.M. Ilarvin, John J.Manning.
Mar. 18 12 M. ncsesue, H. H. Manning.
Mar. 18) 9 A.M. Gale, J. H.clarenden.
Mar. 18 ll A.M. Harvin, John H. Clarendon.
Mar. 18 12 M. Lcsesno, H. H.Clarendon.
Mar. 18 2 P.M. Mockoy i Baker.Charleston.
Uar. 18 3P.M 0jun:, EU.Darllneton.
Mar. 19 9 A.M. Uughson, Wm. E.Sumter.
Mar. 19 10 A.M Uume.E. G.Georgetown.
Mar. 19 12 M. Howell, Samer S. Charleston.
Mar. 19 2 P.M. Burgers. Johr A.Clarendon.
Mar. 19 3 P.M. Eiistcrlihg, H R. Benuettsville.
Mar. 19 ll A M. Christmass; R. L.Sumter.
.Mar. 19 1 r.M. White, Wm. T.(charleston.
Mar. 20 9 A.M. nrowri, George W.... ?Sumter.
M:-r. 20 10 A M Pollock, A. A.?Cheraw.
?AtfheUnited Stat s Court.
fi you vant chea). ? Hunk BOOKR;
If you w.tnt cheap Stationery, Rnvolopo
1'apcr. O.T.; or, MI?.T.T.U'S Almanac;
tl yon waul Printiun; executed neatly;
I! yon want Books bound in any style, or Ac
co .';;! Books m.i do lo order. With any desired
pail: ri- ol niling, go to IHRAM HARMS, No. 69
INLANDTIOUTE TO BEAUFORT.-Travellers to
Beaufort., Hilton Head, and intermediate land?
ings, will bo glad to learn that tho steamer
Fannie, Captain Peck, will leave Charleston on
Thursday, the 5th instant. For freight or pas
sago applicatioa may be made to John Fergu?
son, Accommodation Wharf.
WALKER'S ESTABLISHMENT, NO. 3 BBOAD
STBEET.- Yesterday we had tho gratification ot
examining two personal lodgers for the
Pcple'a National Bank, manufactured at Walk?
er's, No. li Broad-street. They are noarly
duplicutc of two mado tor the First National
Bank a short time ago.
These ledgers con'ain each some thirteen
quires super royal paper, and are full bound
Russia, in tho strongest manner and beauti?
fully ruled. We commend them to the inspec?
tion of thc public, l'heso booka aro furnished
at tho same price as New York work, and aro
tully equal to thc very beat Northern, and from
careful inspection we cannot imagino how it
could bo botter done. We are very glad to sec
that our banks piofcr eponding their money at
heme, thu i helping to support honeet working
people in our niiddt, rather than, as many do,
send it to swell tho wealth of cities North.
Tliero i? competition r-nough at homo to keep
down prices, and most people make a areal
mistake who iinugiuo they gut things so cheap
in New York.
Mr. Walker h ia, during the past thirty ycaiv,
hoon engaged in developing Hie mauufactur'
mg and mechanical interests at tho South,
th us giving employment to our own people. His
iiiaf*c?'ort, after tho close of the war, was
again in the sanio direction, and wo congrat??
lalo him on his re-establishing, in the old stand
No. 3 Broad-street, bis extensivo book and job
printing oftico, and blank book manufactory
and paper and stationery warehouse, and com?
mend him to I lie public.
30,000 FlUXCS !!
HE R RING'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F.iTR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30 OOO FRANC'S ! !
'80,000 XS GOLD),
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
Tho public ure. invited to call and csawine Ute re?
port of the Jury on tho merits of the great contest,
and seethe official award to the Herring's Ratent
over all others.
HERKING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New York.
FA lt it EL, UtiiltTNG CO., 1 nEItr.ING A CO.,
Philadelphia, j Chicago.
HERRING; FARREL fc SHERMAN, Now Orlcin-r.
Large Stock on hand by
JOS?PK tV : L.XE??, Agen!,
No?, o BROAD ANO 1?9 EAiT DAY STREETS,
y^ II nz o ic ii ' s
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. ?.i3 MARKET-STREET,
South side, bet veen King and Mooting streets.
Mr. (TEUER ia :.. German Darber, ha boon thor
Dughly IraincJ to his business, and is prepared to
cerve hie irioud.? and tho public generally in the seve?
ral branches ofilia art, viz:
fcc, fcc, fcc.
Clear Rib Sides, Shoulders, Bellies, Butter, ?rc.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be (-old, THISDAY, on Brown's Wharf, at J?
10 bhde. CLEAR RIB SIDES
6 hhds. Choice, shoulders
1000 Bellies, S'igar cured
34 firkins Choice Butter, now landing
G obis'. Boll Butter, now landing.
Conditions cash. March 3
MILLIGAN & vSON
Will sell THIS DAY, at No. 23 Vendue Bange, at 10
FEAXHEI? BEDS AND PILLOWS, Mattresses,
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Cord and Dining Tables. Chairs,
Andirons, Cooking Stoves, Pots, Ovens, Pans, Set?
tles, Crockery, Glassware, Platform and Counter
One lo. Dry Goods, Clolhing, ?fcc., A-c.
March 3 _
Hams, Shoulders, Smoking Tobacco, Cheese,
Candy, ?rc, ?,c
B V.dliEY & ALEXANDER,
THIS DAY, 3d instant, will bc sold before cur Store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
- cases Smoking Tobncc >, viz: Solace. Right
Bower, General Sickle, Pinoy-Woo?s, Big Lick,
Toot: les, &c, ic
- pounds Green Cheese
- boxes Candy, Cocea, Mustard, Honey, Yeast,
kits Su!rno:i, kc, kc
2 Counter Scales and Weighte.
600 bogs Extra l inc TABLE S ALT.
Condition- cash. March 3
Potatoes ! Potatoes !
BY LAUfiiiT & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 3d instant, will bo sold before our store,
No. 137 East Uay, at 10 o'clock,
40 BULS. POTATO LS.
Conditions cash. March 3
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, ??c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, ut 10 o'clock, 1 will reH, at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
AN INVOICE OF WE Li. ASSultTED SPRING
CLO tlllNG. received by stomiship Champion,
CONSISTING TN PAIIT OF:
60 GENTS' bUSDNESS BOTTS
190 Paney i'assliuure and Sutiuct Sack Costs
50 Eine Black Sack Coats
28 Fine black Cloth Flock Coats
300 pair Black and Fancy Cosslmerc and Satinet
60 Biuck and Fancy Vests, kc
DRY GO JDS:
P-ecos PRINTED S-A l'INET, Kentucky Jean, Black
and Fancy Cssf imcro. Dumas!;, Diaper, ic.
l.ozeus Ladies' and Genia' Ho-i ry, Madras Hand?
kerchief, Hoop Skirts, Gloves, Suspenders, kc.
A LINE OF MEN'S, BOV.S* AND CBILDREN'S
HATS, LADIES' TRAVELLING TRUNKS, io.
Special Sale This Day (Tuesday), Without
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 130 meeting-street,
Will soil at 10 o'clock,
THE CONTENTa OF A CUSTOM-MADE CLOTH?
ING -J URE,
COATS, PANTa A .ND VESTS, Gent's Linen
Bosom Shirts, Drawers, Hun dire, chiefs, Glovos, ic.
LADIES' IMPORTED DRESS GOODS, Pieces
Lu wi-ut soi teil patterns; Ludles' Embroidered
HuLdkCichii-ls ana Collars. Ladies* und Misse-?'Hose.
64 Assorted GOLD AND sLLVER WATCHES AND
( HAINS, 25 dozen Plated Dinner und Tea Spoons,
A Superior Stock of TO UACCO-EilUekinick, Span?
ish und otu. r brum, s ; Genuine Meerschaum, Iruitu
don .Meerschaum, aud biicr hoot Pipes,Cigars, ic.
Terms cash. March 3
Auction of Furniture, Jl<>rses, ?}c, ?rc, To
'Morrow Muming, ot 10 o'clock, two doors
west of thar old stand,
BY SAITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
FURNTITJRL, HOliSE.s aud SUNDRIES, received
up to hour of salo. March 3
IOU Cases Boots, Shoes, ll'ax Brogans,'Bal
' morals, Uattcrs, ??c.
BY H. HUNX & SON.
TO-MORKOW, thc 4th instant, ut 10 o'clock, in
our Salesroom, No. 142 Meeung-streot, wo wiUsch
100 cases trcsh assorted s.asouablo slock of
LtuuT.>, sDOE-, LTiu?A.N.-, Balmorals. Gaiters,
Ludios'. Misses' und children's Boots, Balmorals,
(jailers, ic; Boye' aud ?cuta,* Bu.morals and Bro?
gan's, olen's Wax bro??unn.
To whicu wo invite thc uttcn.iou of buyers. Libe?
ral cash ttdva.xts ou couaignuienL March 3
Estate Sale of Hundi?me Furniture, Piano,
Sterling Silver and Plated Ware, Cut Glass,
French Dinner and Desert China, Carpets,
Mirrois,~Uas Fixtures, ?rc, ?rc.
BY C. li* FORD ?? MATHE WES.
Will be sold at our Omeo, No. 66 Broad-street, 10
MO..ROW, 4th ?ubtuut, at ll o'click,
Hai.dsuuij MAliuGANY AND B. W., Velvotond
Dumask, Settees, X? te-a-tctes, Chairs and Arm
Chuirs, .darbie i op Ce..ire and Fancy Tables, Exten?
sion Diuiug i able, lireuklust Table, Wardrobes, Bu?
reaus, Washstands, Bcdstouds, Etugicre and AHrroiS,
Fenders, liredo-s, -hovels, iougb, Atc, ic.
Ono liosewo d, ?cvei.-ocuvo Piano, u Vcr. fine in?
strument, tiutiiitie usou.
Uuudaomo LUI Glusa Decanters, Pitchers, Tum?
blers, H ino, Champagne, claret and Jelly eliassen,
Dishes, ic, ic.
Wuito and Colored French Dinner and Desert
China, \ uses, Au.
burdu,- aud American Silver Table, Desert aud
ita . peons, For..?, butt- r Knives, Cups. Waiters,
t.'ol?eo Pot, salt Cellars, aaueo LO..IS, .-ugar Tongs,
I'istl Kuhu, Castors, ann i .ionian's Trumpet. Witu
a variety of PJutcd Ware, and rot of Gus Fixtures and
Ono very fine double set of BUGGY HARNESS, as
gbod us now.
X erma cu . h. March 3
pri) (?floiis, (Etc.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
No. 143 M E ETIKG-STREET.
YS/E ARE' NOW BECKI VINO OUR STOCKS* SUTT
\ V ABLE for thc .-ciisou, which wo offer lor sale
at low prices for cash.
MAU SHALL, BURGE ft BOWEN.
Feb! uary 2C 10
Ciotljiiifl .nib /urnisljing (?orjis.
?) fl st ? Vi ? C F
CLOTH im HOUSE
rpHE ATTK-Y'I IOS OK OUR CL'S I OM?
ERS AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO OUR
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Which wo have replenished with GARMENTS OF
OUR OWN M AN UFAC I URP, and arc offeilng thom
at PRICES SUITED TO THE DEPRESSED STA'lE
OF THE MARKET.
We have also re?oive ! an invoice of
Geutli-mon's Puriiishtag Goods,
In SCARFS, TIES,
SHIRTS, AND COLLARS,
OF NEW AND HANDSOME STYLES.
X?CDLUR. WILLl?US d PARKER,
KO. 270 KING,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Tllifi UUlfiJfiNVlJjbfi MOUNTAINEER
ISPUBLISBED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SI 6o
per year, tn advance. Advertisements inserted
ct nsoi.1 rat.->. G. E. ELFORD.
V?v !(. Kdllnr and Pxoorletor,
~lfl^$c., O? Account of All Concerned.
BY E. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAT4, the 23 March, will be sold, before otu
store st half-past 9 o'clock, .
ll COILS I ALE BOPE
2 bales Ba ;s.
21 5-trallon JQUOR EGGS
24 10-gall or Liquor Kegs.
Conditions cast. March S '
Hams, Sides, Shoulden, Strips, ?rc. ...
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAT, in front of their new Stores,
Nos. 17 and 1! Vendue Bange, at 9 o'clock,
25 TUBS CHOICE OBANGE COUNTY BUfTEB
800 choice Sug-ir-cured Hams
6 libds. C. B Sides'
7 hhds. choli e Bright Shoulders
4000 lbs. ci oleo 81 rips
2 hhds. Smoted Cumberland a
3 hhds. Smo ted Bellies
20 tubs Leaf J aird
20 bbls. Poul oes
50 packages It lockere!.
March 3 '
Dry O oe de, Clothing and Hals.
? BY JOHN G. M?LNUR & CO.
THIS DAY, 3d instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell,
at our Auction Sales Boom, No. 135 Meeting.
CASSIM EKES, -atine ts, Shepperd's Plaids, Shirt?
ing, Stripes, Blue Denims, Apron Checks, Bleached
Shirting, Hosiery, L. C. Hemmed Handkerchieia.
ALSO, A LOT OF SHOP GOODE,
BIvOADCLOTB COATS, Cassimere and Silk Vests,
Suspender-, Heid ^cta, Super Pelt Hate, Ladies'
AV PRIVATE SALE,
Bales TACT ORT Y A BN, Assorted Numbers
Bales 3-4 and 7-3 Brown Shirting.
Conditions casi. March 3
Fine Felt Hats, Boots and Shoes, Satinets,- ?rc.
BY JOHN G. M1LN0R& CO.
TH 19 DAY, 31 ii slant, at 10 O'clocs, will be sold, at
our Salean om, No. 135 Meeting-street,
8 cases ASSORTiD FELT HATS, regular sizes, di?
rect from Ma auiacturers, and worthy the atten
tenta, in of thc trade *
5 cases Men's Br )gsns, Boots, and Misses' Balmo?
rals, Shoes, ?len's Clo:h Cip*'
1 case Fancy Satinets, Black Cashmaret, Black.Sati?
nets Black i rab D'Ete, Table Diapeis, Linen
Conditions cas!'.. Marchs
- Eastern Hay.
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at il o'clock; at the store of Messrs.
Street Broth'.-rs A Co., East Bay, we will sell,
240 ] IA LES EASTERN HAY.
Conditions at i ale. * March 3
BYR.M. MARSHALL k Bl 0.
THIS DAY, the ?id March, at ll o'clock, will bo sold
I at the Exchange, Eroad-steet,
That elegant BUILDING LOT on the north side of |
Queen-street, bung tho third east of Archdale,
measuring 40 bj 100 feet, more or less. '
Conditions-Cne-half cash; balance in one and two
y ea r B, by bond c ecured by mortgage of premises ; in?
terest at 7 per :ent payable semi-annually. Pur?
chaser to pay R. M. M. A Bro. for papers and stamps.
[SALS POSTPONE' ON ACCOUNT OP THE WEATHER.]
A Choice Ass ntment of Furniture, Curtains,
French Chma, Glass, ?rc, at Auction.
BY L S. E. BENNETT.
THIS DAY, tl ie 3d March, at the residence
of the late Governor Bennett, No. 1 Lucas-street, 1
will offer at Auction, at li o'clock.
A CHOICE ASS3RTMENT OF PARLOR. DINING
ROOM AN 5 CHAMBER FUR >I1UHE,
cosenmNO TN PAST OP :
SOFAS, CHAIRS, i ABLES, Etagers, Carpet, Cur?
tains, an extra inc Extension Mable, Bedsteads,
Wool and Most Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows and
Curtains, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Basin Stands, Bock
ing Chaira, and un elegant Gas Chandelier.
DINNER SEIS, TEA SETS, VASES, all of the
finest French ( hlua; handsome Warming Dishes,
and other articles.
ONE LARGE SIX-SEAT COACH.
Conditions cai h. Articles to be removed immedi?
ately arter sale. ftu2 March 3
Bankrupt Sal', Ly Order of the Assignee.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
On MONDAY, Varch 8th. at 10 o'clock, at the Store,
So. 223 Klng-streot,
Tho entire ?TOCK Ot? DRY GOODS, FURNI?
TURE, ic,, Ac. as the Assigned Estate of E. Scott A
Co., In Baukru] itcy. February 29
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Rice vs. Ebaugh.
Will bc sold i uder thc direction of the Master, at
Monck '? Cort er, on the Northeastern Railroad, on
SATURDAY, the 14th of March, 1868. at ll o'clock,
A. M., or soon thereafter, the following MILL
1 STEAM ENGINE of about 30-horsepower
2 Boilers 80 fee t long
1 "George Pago" second-class Saw MIR, with 42 feet
of Carnage, and 4 Circular Saws
1 Grist MRI of 3 feet
1 Mill House
1 Office 10x12 f let
1 Dwelling Horse and oui bull Jingu
. Unexpired Lease of about eight years of 1C0 -acres
Anvils and Tools
Blicks in Boiler Wans.
Turms-One- aalf cash, and the bala t co by tho note
of the purchase r, payable in six months from the day
of sale, with interest from date, and approved per?
sonal security. JAMES TUPPER,
February 29 stu5 Master in Equity.
PLANTEHS AND GARDENERS
ELLENE'S PLANT TRANSPLANTER, '
(Patented October IO, 1866),
BY WHICH SURPLUS PLANTS OF COTTON,
Corn, or of any plant may be transplanted in
thc same tim 3 that tho soU can be replanted, with?
out disturbing tba fibrous roots. At
LITT LE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULTUI ;AL WAREHOUSE A SEED STORE,
No. 140 Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion Hotel
Charleston, S. C.
January 17 fluSmoa
PLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
pLANTEBS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVAN?
TAGE to try I he fine variety of PLOUGHS mad? in
BROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL.
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE Ii ND HALF SHOVEL
BULL TONGUES, Fte.
These Ploughs aro cheaper than any other now offer?
ed to the market, and have given general satisfaction
to all who have used them.
THREE CLASSES OF CORN MILLS
Made to suit the present reduced purses of the plant
er.*, and CASTINGS Of all description to order.
A liberal dincount made to the 'rade.
W. 8. HENEREY'S FOUNDRY,
No. 314 Meeting-street,
February 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
$0oh!>, Stationen), (?tc.
-J-^OOKi LOOK ll LOOK III
$ 500 for 25 Cents,
BY SUBSCRIBING FOR A BEAUTIFULLY IL?
LUSTRATE') BOOK, something new and interest?
Ups and DOWDS in City Life,
Something for everybody lo read. It describes
every character in a city, of high or low standing in
society, and is sure to please every body that reads
it. It contains two hundred and fifty pages or fine
print, and thirty beautiful life-hMte cuts.
?12,000 HAVE BKEN APPROPRIATED
to be given away to tho subscribers as follows :
First p;lze S600 in Greenbacks.
Second piize 400 in Greenbacks.
Third prize 300 in Greenbacks.
Fourth prize 200 in Greenbacks.
Fifth prize 100 in Greenbacks.
And 21D Prizes of S50 each, all in Greenbacks.
To every number of books a Prize is enclosed in
tho book md all books are put up in strong wrap?
pers, so thi ?jr go safe through to the owners.
PEICEOI BOOKS.-Oce book, 26 cents; five DOOK?,
ll; fifteen books, $2.60; malled to any address freo,
on receipt 3t price. Addross _
MONROE, ATKINS t CO.,
Publishers and Booksellers,
Nos. Ill and 118 Broadway, New York.
Februar; 13 2mo
House and Lot on King-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
THIS DAY, lae 3d March, at ll o'clock, will fa?
offered at public auct.on, at the oldPontomos,
AU?that LOI OF LAND, with BUILDINGS there?
on situated in KiDg-Btrcet, nearly opposiie LaniboU
flfeet, and known by the Ko. 16. The premises are
-risent used ai a Bakery, arid under lease lo a
at -,t. at $30-100 per month, and to be sold
good tens*.. hwge expiring in October, 1869.)
subject thereto (iL: - ?ooms, and the lot measures
The house contains foui Oi? front linc, by one
twonty-two feet six Inches on - -or leas,
hundred feet in depth, be the same with
Teims-One-half cash; balance inone>w"~
interest, secured by bond and mortgage. Propel,?
tobe insured and policy assigned. Purchasers to
pay us for papers and stamps.
March 3 thmto.3
I V DER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Hutson vs. Williams et al.
Will be sold, under the direct! :n nf the undesigned,
at the old customhouse, Tills DAY, the 3d
ol March, 1868, at ll o'clock, ?
AU that PLANTATION OB TBACT OF LAND
situate on the cast side of Wadboo Swamp, tn the
Parishes of St. John's Berk' ley and St. Stephens.
Charleston District, oont-iinmg 843 acres; bounded
north by lands ol D. G. Weathers, east by lands of
Williams, south by lands of Selby and Pontoux, and
west by lands of Meree and Rustson, end Having
such shape, form and mirks ai la represented by a
plat drawn by G. C. Smith, dated 7th February, 18W.
Terms-Half ca-h; balance lu ouoyerr, securoaby
bond o' purchaser and mor.g ge ot premises. Pur.
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
March 3_ta*_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
R. T. Morrison.Jr., et al. vs. Toomer et al.
THIS DAY, the 3d March, at ll o'clock, will
f>- sold at tbe old Customhouse,
AR that PLANTATION in Christ Church Parish,
kite the property of Dr. Anthony V. Too mer, de?
cease.-), and known as tho "tito Hive," measuring
629*4 acres, more ot les?, of high laud, ard 900 acres,
ino. e i r l?-ss, of inarsu, and havi g such marks,
metes and bouads as ato d<Uiieatcdon a plat of
Robt. E. Payne. Tula said plat may be seen at my
Terms-Cue-third cash; balance on a credit of one
and two yean:, up n bond secured by mo tgage of
the premiso? sold, aud payable in two equal annual '
ineiabnents, with interest payable annually tm the
whole amount until paid. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
March S w?tul Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Morrison, Jr., et al, vs. Morrison, Adminis?
trator of Toomer.
THIS DAY, the 3d March, at ll o'clock, will.
be sold at the old Customhouse,
AU that PLANTATION, lato tuo i ropcrty of An
thony Y. Toomer, deceased, and known as "White
Hall," situate, in Christ i hurcu Parish, Charleston
District, an-: mea urlug six hundred acres, mora or
less; bounding "north on land of G. White, cast on
land ot A Y. Toomer, sou h. on Bowat Sound, and
west on lands of T. H. vTervoy. A plat of the same
may be seen at my office.
Terms-One-lou th cash; bdanco in one and two
years, in equal instalments, teemed by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the property, with In?
terest payable semi-annually. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
March 3 w3 tul Master in t qui ty.
Estate Sale-By Order of the Executors.
BY Z. 13. OAKES.
Will be sold ra TO-MORROW. 4th March, at the
Old Pos to thee, at ll o'c.OCk,
THE FOLLOWING* VALUAB. E PKOEEPTY,
longing to an Estate, and saul by order ol the Execu -
No. 1-Tho SOUTH TENEMENT OF THE N W
BRICE. BUILDING, No. 167 west side Klug-street,
betwetn Queen and Clifford, measuring37 fioi ? ont,
and 145 feet 4 inches in do otb. The lower part
is Unisbed ee a store, the upper part aa a dwelling.
On the premises is a new brick kuchen, cistern and
No. 2-The NORTH TFNEMEN f OF THE BUILD?
ING deeenbed above, and f wished in the same
manner. Lot 25 feet front, 125 feet 4 inches in
No. 3-TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING, reoent
ly built, situate on the north s-de BerrK?ford.sireetk
first house east of Archdale, containing toi.r square
rooms, kitchen, cistern LDU weh oigood water. Lot
36 by 86.
No. 4-TWO STORY TENEMENT POUSE weet
side ot Archdale, first i.ousc sou h ot Beaufaln. nach
Tenement contains loursquare roo - a. The north
Tenement hos been used many ye us aaa cekery.
On the Lot are two kltcfaeu6 and weU of water. Lot
36 feet front and - deep.
Theso Tenements wm be soid together.
No. 6- that valuabl- UKO-ERY AND st the
southwest comer o: Arcfada e aud Leauiuin -trcets,
long occupied aa a arocery store The upper con?
tain.; two upright rooms and two finished attics. The
bundi g is of brick and substantially built. Lot 33
eet front and 72 feet deep.
No. 6-TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE, westside
of Pitt, next south of Montague, con sining 4 rooms,
ldtchan with 4 rooms, anJ wed of good water. Lot
43 feet front an i 63 f?ct deep.
No. 7-The TWo STORY WOODEN HOUSE on
tho south west comer lilt and Montague, occup ed
tor many yeats as a Grocery, and has proved a first
rare stand; tho upper p.rc occupied as a Dwelling,
and con : ams two largo rooms, LO t 43 feet front and
63 feet deep.
No. 8-lhe VACANT LOT. south side Montague,
immcdia ely west of the above, measuring 45 feet T
inoht s front, and 121 ?eutdeop. On this Lot ?re a
substantial Erick Kitchen aud a ama 1 Wooden Build?
. No. 9-The TWO STORY WOODEN DWELLING,
No. 18, north si.:c. Burns' Lane, containing 4rooms,
double kitchen, with 4 rooms. Lot 25 leet iront, and ?
109 feet deep.
1 No. 10.-The HOUSE northeast corner MwcUo and
Minority streets, occupiod tor many year.-, as a gro?
cery store; the upper par. couta ui 2 squaw and 2
attic rooms. Lot tO foot on Wallstreet, and 56 on
Conditio - K-Half ca;h; balance, in one year, with
interest semi-annually, scoured by a mortgage of the
property. iuUdings to Le kepi insured und policy
assigned. Purchasers to pay Auctioneer lor necessary
papers and siamps.
March 3 ' feb22.26,29mar2,M
J?ruflS, (iljcntic?b, C'tc.
J? H. K E Ii ii K it 1 ?i C V.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131. MEETTNG-sTilKET, NEAR MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
DSB-PBE CRIPTIONJ PLT UP WITH CARE.t?
January 3 ruths
-Tl IR KELLERS ? CO.,
* DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
NO. 131 MEETING-STEEET, OPPOSITE
HAVE ON HAND CHEMICAL FOOD, OR COM?
POUND Syrup of the Phos; hates ol Lime, Iron and
Sofia, a superior to-.ic for inva.ids
Aitken's Syrup of tho Phosphates of Quinine,
Strycunino aud Iron, the greatest tonic tn use recom?
mended by the first physicians.
Rational Food, au ca iiiy digestible diet for Infants
Soluble Citrate of BL'muth for Dyspepsia.
Sballeuberger'S Fever and Ague antidote.
India ChoUigogue, for Chills and Fever.
Granular i itra'o ot Magnesia.
Mathew Caylui' Capsu'es of Citrate Iron and Copai?
ba, a French preparation of great reputation
Asthma Cigarettes, au nu failing oure for Asthma.
Lyous' Ptriodical Drops.
Stafford's Olive Tar.
Bardotie's Worm Candy.
Kow,nd's Fever and Ague Tonio, Ac., ?a. ,
February 22 stu tb
ITS CONSTITUENTS. THE BICair3T PACT OF
the berry of Wheat aud Parley Malt, being
scientifically prci arcd read; for use.this food by au
alvsis is tho same in Its ch-.-mical elements as
UEAI THY BREAST MILK, and is ibo easiest of di
cestion and ss-imilation ot all nourishments for
children, Invalids auJ Dy.-p-'ptics. lt ha? been
tried by the rhyeirlans of C arlescnn, anl is recom?
mended and prescribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS COM3100tC,
No. 57 Oortl md-stroat. New York.
DO WIK & MOISE,
January 16 thstuST os Ch irh-ston. S. O.
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
iVe. 86 UARKET-STEEFT,
CHARLESTON, & 3.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FRO-K AND BRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
der?hirts. Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots. Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Cai pet Bacs,
Valises, tc. February 6