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ADVEBTISEMCSTS.-First insertion, 15 cents a line;
subsequent ML-ertions, 10 cents a Kne. Business
Notices, 20 cents a line. Marriage and Funoral No
iocs, One Dollar cack.
-Gold in New ?ork closed weak at 31J.
_Cotton in New York closed steady but
not very active. Sales 1400 baled at 29.i29.jc.
-Cotton in Liverpool closed easier but not
lower. Uplands ll|d; Orleans 12jd; sales C.000
-Alaco dross which costs $6000 in cold at
Brussels', appeared at a reocnt reception in
-A flasr made entirely of silk grown and
manufactured in California is tc be raised over
the capitol of that St A te.
-The Catholics of Columbus have resolved
to build a cathedral to cost $25,000, and tho
money has be.en raised.
-The deciaiou of the North Carolina Su?
preme Court f dvorso to the Chatham Hoad ap?
propriation, has tho effect to reduce tho State
debt many millions of dollars.
-No quoium of the Georgia Legislature
could be obtaiued tho other day on account of
a large auction sale of condemned government
horses, which was in progress in Atlanta.
-The Mormons bad an execution last week.
The criminal was brought ironed into tho court?
yard, where there was a crowd of some four
hundred, an 3 seated in a c ti air. He then read
Blond a chapter from the New Tostauv nt, the
irons wero taken off his hands, and at a signal
from the sheriff, he was shot dead.
-Some idea of the immense extent of the
petroleum tiade of this country may be form?
ed whon we siato that the production for the
year 1868 amounted to 3,715,741 barrels, of
which th.re wore exported 2,080,030 barrels,
leaving for home use 1.035 711 barrels. Add to
this the decrease in the stock, 217,073 barrels
and wo rind that tho total consumption in this
country of Pennsylvania oil in 1868 was 1,252,
184 barrels; tho production of Wost Virginia
and Ohio, about 125,000 barrols; decroas
stock in tho same States about 40 000 barrels
making tho total consumption of crude oil in
the United Stac -s duung tba year 1808 about
-The Nashville Union says : "There resides
on Hardin 1 ike, twelv? miles from tho city,
B'rs. Dinah Vies, a widow lady, who is now
Tergiog on ber ono huudred and fourteenth
year. She is vigorous and healthy, and is,
though almost incredible to relate, still ablo
to ride horseback and attend to her personal
wants. She has been married throe times has
over four huudred descendants living, and has
been a widow for twenty-three years. Sho has
ono gr?at-great-g'eat-grand daughter three
years of acc. Then she has a daughter named
Mrs. Sawyers, who is m her ninetieth year.
Each ono of her husbands eo. vcd in tho revo?
lutionary war, for which she draws pensions."
-The neexoes and United State soldiers at
Jacksonville, Florida, bad a riot on tho nuht
of the 22d, which resulted in ono negro being
killed, ono toldier mortally wouuded, and
several citizens wounded. The negroes raised
a difficully with a patrol of soldiers on the
night mentioned, and moitally woundod a sol?
dier, lhe soldiers turned out to the i cscuo of
their com rr. des, and a general moioo ccsu d.
About two hundred shots were tired. A num?
ber of balls entered private residences a:;d
wounded citizens, while some were also wound
.ed in the streets. The fighting was not con?
fined to any particular locality, but shifted
every few minutes, making all parts of the
town unsafe to its inhabitants. The citizens
took no pori whatever m the affair.
-There is great excitement in Washington
over the preparations ?or inauguration. Every?
body is talking of the grand reception and
ball, of the immense procession that is to es?
cort the newly installed President to bis resi?
dence for the next four years, of the Executive
reception that will follow his entrance to that
ancient mansion, of what tho President will do
when he gets thero, nnd of everything that
bears tho slightest relation to tho great day
which will usher in tho admitiistration and
the new dispensation. The hotels aro already
well filled and nearly every vacant room haB
been secured in advance. Thc ball will bo a
?maciLficknt affair, to which tickets atc being
sold at lhe late of ono hundred per (Uv. It is
-still a racking question whether n groos ahull
be admitted. The New York Times adviaos
- them to meet the managers on their own
ground, ai.d treat the whole affair with lofty
conttmpt by rifu?ing lo patronize it. By
ta iii g this Ct.urso they may not assert their
indefeasible rights ai American citizens, but
they will at least show that they understand
eome of ibo elements of bm h breading.
-Tho Washington correspondent oi thc New
York Suu writes under date ot the 231 instant :
"The silence whiob bis solong beeu pt. sorvod
by Genera! Grant relative to bis Cabinet was
broken to dav by his voluntarily speaking to
sevetal friends of his future iutcntions as to
the War and Navy Departments. He said that
General Schofield had taken the War Depart?
ment at bis personal request, to keep ont i
man wh m he conld not h.ve got along willi
bad not General Schofield accepted it, and thai
be shou'd renominate him us Secretary of War,
not with iotcuiiou of having him remain per?
manently, but us a compliment-no: a? an idlo
complimon*., for bo considered him the best
man in the country for the position. Ho said
ne should ask senators to confirm him. with tho
express understanding that ho should romain
but afew weeks.There were some changes which
he desired to make in tho aimv, and bo could
better make th m with General Schofi jd in tho
War Department, and when, added General
Grant, 'what I have in my mind is accom?
plished, I shah send iu the name of an eminent
civilian upon whom I have fixed to tako Scho?
field's placo.' He continued that he did not
think any officer ot the army or navy PIIOU d
bold a rivi! office, as it wou d bc tho mea s of
introducing politics into thc army and navy, a
thing winch bo eaino.-tly desiri d to avoid; and
under no ol ber circumstances ti an tho pres?
ent, in General Schofields case, would ho nomi?
nate au officer even for a d iy. Tins wdl ena?
ble ni official C (linet makers to leave the
names ot Porter and Schofield off a'l futuro
Blutes f"r tue Army aud Nnvy Department*.
He remarked iu reference to a direct question
about fthiis* vania, th u bo should take a Cabi?
net officer trom that State, but that it would not,
be o e who is involved m a- v cl.quos. hut would
bo one in whom tho wiiolo Stute will have
confi leuce; that ho ts a man of great ability, a
staunch :.nd oarly Republican, and a warm
personal fliunci; and. he continued, no one
will be moro surprised than the gentleman
ripon whom tho compliment is to ?all, os he
has not yet received any intimations of it. To
a remark Inst the country is watching every
indication of bis intentions with great interest,
ho replied: 'Well, they have waited several
years with patienoo, and I guess they can wait
a few days longer; at any rate, they will not
know until March 5, when the names go to the
Senate.' To tho remark that several cf' John?
son's Cabinet expect to remain under him, ho
rephed: 'Well, lhere are some of that man's
baggage that will know of some who won't be
in tho Cabinet before March 4;' indicatirg
that, with the exception of Schofield, he will
make a clean sweep ol Johnson's Cabinet, and
that he will let them ail know of his inten?
tions, so that thoy may teodor their resigna?
tions to Andrew Johnson before ho is mus?
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUABY 27, 1869.
Charleston and the Not th, Carolina Hail
The Wilmington and Weldon Railroad
Company held their annual meeting in
November last, and we have before us a
copy of the proceedings. The road seems
to have done well thc past year, although
suffering from the decrease in passenger
transportation-common, we believe, to all
the Southern roads during tho past year.
The Superintendent speaks in sanguine
terms of the prospects this year, in freights,
more particularly farm products, tho trade
in which is largely on the increase. We
find, however, lhe following complaint,
which, we must confess, surprises us:
"But for the want of harmonious co-opera?
tion on the part of the management of the
South Carolina Railroad Company, and conse?
quent imperfect connection with Columbia, S.
C., and Augusta, Ga., by which we could reach
those cities and places beyond as far wast as
the Alabama River, our receipts this year would
have been very considerably larger than they
Is it possible that the mr.nagement of this
road can expect the South Carolina Rail?
road Company to open its tracks to Augusta
in order to build up Wilmington and Ports
mouth ? Cculd any proposition be more
ridiculous, coming as it does from a North
Carolina road, whose charier especially
provides that the gauge of the traci3 shall
be four inches narrower than thc railroad
tracks in South Carolina, with a view to
hindering South Carolina roads from draw?
ing produce from North Carolina V Sup
pose the New York steamship line should
report to its stockholders that but for "tbe
"want of harmonious co-operation on the
"part of the New York and Favanmah steam
"ers, their receipts this year would have
"been considerably larger than they are,"
Sec,, what would be the reply of the Savan?
nah Steamship Company ?
The fact is that the people of this State
bave allowed a condition of things to exist
ici'three years past, which has wt ought
intold injury te the business of our city
ind Slate. So supine havo we been that
mr North Carolina neighbors neem to have
leen directly encouraged in their policy of
ommercial aggression. By menus of the
lharlotte Road, they have cut off 20,000
lales of our cotton receipts; by the WU
xinglon and Manchester Road 10,000 or 15,000
lore; and now the Weldon Road is wroth
ec ?use our main line of road does not help
hem to still further cripple the business
iterests of South Carolina by g ving them
tie free use of 137 miles of railroad across
ie State to Augusta.
We are satisfied that the South Carolina
,oad is too deeply interested in sustaining
s home business, to listen with favor to
jhemes which have for their sole object
ie aggrandizement of cities and railroads
i another .State, to the detriment of Charlee
>R. It is high time that our people should
:aliae the extent and powor of the eombi
ations against their city, and prepare in
irnest to thwart them.
Stock-Kalslng In tho South.
Contrary to the law of political economy,
lat every industry must seek those cha??
?is in which are to be found the most
tvorable opportunities for profit, the North
id West have, hitherto, almost monopo
zed thc stock-breeding of the oountry.
he climatic and natural advantages of
ie North can bear no comparison with
lose of the South in adaptation to this
iireuit. The rigors of a Northern winter;
ie large outlay of time and labor neces
.ry for providing shelter and forage ; the
rief pasturing season in those latitudes;
ie much larger amount of food consumed
j stall fed than by pastured animals, and
msequeutly the greater expense attending
ie raising of thc former,-all these are
:riou8 drawback-! in the way of stock
lisiug in the North. Ou the other hand
ic genial climate, and largo unsettled
acts of pasture land in the South ; thc
?mense cane brakes skirting the Southern
vers, from the Cape Fear to the Rio Grande.
id affording the fiucst pasturage alike for
)gs, and sheep and cattle ; the long con
uuance of the spring and Bummer seasons
id the shortness and comparative mildness
the winters;-all these ?ircumBtances
imbine to ufford the most unbounded facil
ies for the breeding of stook of every sort,
id to any txtent. Shelter, except from
c winter rain storms, is almost unneces
ry in the South. And so far as stall
eding is concerned, there cannot be found
any country upon the globe so wonderful
luxuriance of the necessary vegetable
ipply. The very grasses which have
?retofore formed the most persistent foe
' the planter, may be utilized in this re
led to an almost unlimited extent. Espe
ally is this true of the Bermuda grass,
hich, if left to itself, will in an incredibly
tort space of time dev^lope into the rich
it known pasturage for sheep.
There is evei j incentive for the South to
rail herself of her great advantagi s in this
tppect. Aa is always the ouse whore
bor is diversified, the benefits dtrived
om stock-raising would reuot upon other ? 1
ranohes of industry. The manure accura
lated during the period of housing the
ock would be of the utmost value to tho
Sunter ; and the tranj-portatiou of stock
ould be an important, element of profit to i
dlroad and steamboat enterprises. Tbe ^
thject is one the importanoe of whioh
innot well be over-estimated, *%
WANTRO, A PERSON TO PUT A CIR?
CULAR SAW MILL on the St. John's River,
Inuurements will be offered which wid enable a
person putting up a Mill tomate money Apply to
Feoruary 27_I_J. D. AIKEN & CO.
EMPLOYME\T.--WANTED. A YOUNG
MAN of 16 or 18, to assist a gentleman Plant?
ing, near Oranjccwurg, S. C.
Compensai ion $150 per annum, and board and
Apply In own hand writing to A. B-, at THIS
OFFICE, eta?ng af dress. 4? . February 27
WASTKl>, V\ A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for tho pr-ss, employment on
one or moro Litorary Paiera or Magazines, as a
WRITER Ob' SKETCHED. POETRY, &c. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postoffioe, Charleston, S. C.
WANT KD. A GK NTS. 8T5 TO $30i? Pfc.lt
month, everywhere, malo and tv nr. ie, to in?
troduce lie ?onuiue improved COMMON SfcNSE
FAMILY SEWING M AC HIN lt. This machine will
stitch, bern, fell, tuck, quilt, cold, bind, brain nnd
embroider u> a moet Mi; erlor mannar. Prier! ooly
518. Fully woirauicd for five years. Wo will pay
$11)06 tor any rnaehine that will sew a stronger, more
bi an til ul. or moro elastic seam -ban ours. It maKc.t
the "Elastic Lock Stitch " Every boeojd sbt< h can
be CHt, and still tbe cloth cannot be pulled spun
without learinsr ii NN e pay arenti from $75 to &200
per month and expensa, or a commission tro m
which tw:ce that nmouut oan bc made. Address
fi LCO M li ts CO., Pittsburg, Pa.; Boston, Mass., or
fct Louis, Mo
CAUTI N-DO not be imposed uren by other par?
ties palming off worthless cast iron machin?e, under
the same name or ot' er wise. Ours is the only (leon?
ine and really practical cheap machiro manufac?
tured. tulhsl3*_Febmaiy 2
AGENTS WASTBO.??75 TOS300 PER
mouth, or a commission from which twice
that amount can be m:idc by felling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY >Ki?ING MA
CHINK; price SIS. I or circulars and tel ms. address
P. BOWE S & CO., No. 320 South '1 bird-street.
Phils elphia, Pa. 3mo December 5
MHO RKNT, THAT I) IS S I lt ARLE
_L DWELLING HOUSE. No. 90 Co ning- breet,
ccntaining se . eu squaro rooms two attics, pantry,
kitchen, aird all nor-eesary ou buildings; immediate
possessio given. F?r particulars, apply at No 7
GEOBGE- IBf ET. aw January 16
rpO RKMT, ?OUSE SOUTHEAST COR.
1 NEB of Quern and Trapmaan streets, conlain
ing four square r.ioics, attics and droning rooms,
with oistern and gae Bent moderato. Apply at thc
Sh OB SI ORR. Mo. 93 Markot street
February 23_2 thslu4?
TO HEAT, IN THK WESTERN PART
of tbc city, noar thc lino of street oars, a suit
of threo RO'UK with storeroom kit'h*>n. servants'
mom. wood ai:d coal hou*e. Apply on the premises.
No. ?8 Mouiaauc-jtrcet, to
February ?5 6 T. GRANGE B1MOH8.
110 IIE.tr, THAT LABGK STOKE, Xe.
. C3 Broad-street, lately occupied by Mr. Hiiani
liam?, with a lou^ "tore in tho rear, nnd the second
?tory of same building, recently Ot ted up for offices.
Tho RESIDENCE In St. Phillp-slroet, noxt but one
nor,li of st. Patrick's Church.
Apply to WM. H. DAW.'ON.
Beal Et-tiiie Agent,
February 25 No. 05 Broad-street.
TO RENT, THE ST?iRE AND KHSI
t'ENCK, omer of King and Lambil!--t cots
Inqi.'rs ol P. O'DONNELL, on tho next Lot north
ol tho above. February 24
TO RENT,OAK KOOM.TOHSJS OH TWO
gntlemeu. Apply at Ne. 141 MARKET*
inj! all? jsMb.
LOST, ON YKBTKH DAY MORNING,
betw '0:1 the "Boys' Home." on rishley-Kireot,
uni Ferguson's Gardcu, ou -pring-street, H FUit
JAPE. A suitable reward will bu siveu it delivered
it lin.* OUle*. or No. 12 CH A BLOT 1*E-S I lt Eli 1'.
TK\ DOLLARS RfCWAKD.-STOI.BIV
or pira? cl frosa No. 3 ?l-xandor-st eel on
Iliurtday. ib*'.'jth instant, a ''OW wiih red rid-s
11 il while lr ..J, win 0 ulong back uud bell , i-Uurt
.im r.a. turned to meei, read cais. lea split 021 lop.
FaunwT 27 2*
?TRAYRD KRUBI THE SISTEV* ?rp
J M t Kl Y Qu.-en-strect, a large BLAi K DOG.
vvli busby t.il, nod whi-o br a-r. ?ny nue who
nnycomciu pos?es.-iou ot him will please roiurn
lim. February 24
FOR SALIS AT A BARGAIN, AN *X
i.'KLLKMt PORTA KUt . r lu.\ 1 ENG 1?le?
aving a Patent G .vernor und Wat rGang?. Ap
ly at No 273 EAST BAY. wes' MOO, netwu?:ii Went
mrtli and ''aaol el cele. 2* February 27
AT P lt 1 VAT K S\IJK,TOAT FI*K
?\_ STAND wi h fix urcs for a rirocery, enrnor
a.houti and kast Bay streets, No. 35. Aw ly ON
HEM! ES. ihotu_Jauuury 21
'1 VE AM KA GIN KS KOR ?AbB CHKAP,
5 'f applied lor immediately
il j Ouc 12 horse Portabo ENGINE
(ll Ona 4-iiorse Pore.bio Eugiuc.
) One 8-hoiso-pewer ENG IN E. in cood condition.
CAMKUON, B-.RKl.tV A ( O.,
orthcflbt comer Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
rllK VVOEKSIGN KO HAVE ENTER?
ED jato co- artnersMp uuder tho namo of
NOB*LOCH & sil.\ LL, for the purpoeo o. carry
ig on a WHOLESALE FLOOR AND GoMMI.sSloN
SoLNEaS, at No. 7S Fast Bay.
W KNOBEl OCK, Jr.,
JOHN J. SMALL.
February 23 n*c tutha
"IUP ?t'.TNBttSHlP \OTI .'E.-T Ii E
J undersigned have formed a Copartnership un?
ir tho Orin of KNOX DALY k CO , fur the purpose
' carrying on the elanora! uoliou and Commitision
nsinej-s. at No. 100 MEETING--'! REEl. oorner of
'entwortb. JOHN KNOX.
ED WA i D DALY,
(To resido iu .\ew York Ci'y.)
Consignments solicited and promi t returns made,
ll nooda consigned to vu wfll be fully covered by
rarsuoe. Februar.* 23
- AW flt** tIC H_THE CADERS i GARD
_J have this da< formad a Cop.j-tnor: bip tor the
artice of I AW AND EQUI 1 Y in -urnlcr and ad
iDiug Cominos, und i i the United Sta O' Coarte for
0 Dietnct of South Carolina, uudcr tho name and
-deaf ii.Ii HAU.D30N <> Music
JAMES H li. RICHARDSON.
M N1 GOMEL! .MO-Es.
PM-nter, 8. C.. Fobtujry 3. i eb uarv 0
5)i5.r.oiu?iuu of ?^artncrsl)i}i.
^.lS<Ol,U I ION P COP \ KTNERSH1P.
J ibu eo-pirtuer?hipberet itore 0 i-ting uuJ r
mn aud 8 yleof.UEO.ui? W. > t El FENS k CO.
? beun d.s ol ced b^ UUtttS1 uouscut.
. ll pc H UN u-vi v iva ni- will iituseut tho *aruo,
d hn.e ludo ?teil will nuke payiui-ui lo either ol
e undersigned wituinouu moutli t'uui dale.
G W. S BFKENS.
Feb uary 26. 1869. tf. C. UJ.i-Eii.
THE UN'DEB-IGNED WILL CONTINUE THE
HOLE-ALE AUCUO-N AND COM MI >ION IW
NES>, at No 30 Vendu 0 Lang', oa bis own sc?
ant a. W. STEFFASS.
TH:? UND?:REIGNED WILL CONTINUE TH*
HOI E-ALKG'tO' ERY AND RE i AI? BU>INh?s.
No. 360 King-street, comer of Georg?-Btreer, on
J owuueccuut. V. C. BUB.NER.
IN WITHDRAWING FltOM THE FIRM OF G.
H 1EFFENS ft \'0 . I Ute this ruca-s to ret irn
r tba ks tu ihe pubPo for ihe ubersl ];atronaeo be
1 wed upo . thu a-o timi, aud would lo^pecliully
? a con innaucc ot tho same to ot accessor.
February 27 _ ni_ G. W. S i 1 Fs EN S.
?OT1CB-. -TU W. TOP * l!T> HCSIIII' B ?' -
TWEEN EDMOND A. sCUDKK, ARCHlBiLD
?TTY ?ND .Mi PUEN r. S0UDj.it. in tbe ( itv of
n'odelphia woe rtissolvsd on tic 26ih De. ember.
18; AKv.nru,\LD G li Y hav.ug withdra-?u ft?
- purjio-o of 10-estaDlishiiiff himv if in the ?HU*
G AND COMMISSION BUSINuSn in the ?ity of
arlcston, ?. (.'.
Ihetiruiof *. Gl-TT Y k Co.. in Chareston. enn
tini: of saino partner-*, cased lo exist ou 31st
cen ber. 18??, and ail parties still indebted to said
tn arc requested to make immo liato pa ment to
dr tt rney, Sd r. JO e r. G ET t Y.
foti uaiyi7 2
)ISSI LCTIOV ? pc PAUTA KnSHiP,
The enpartnership h rctofo-o oxisnng bo
nen E. H. KM lc BS M. and H. BAEK. M D..
der the style of E. H. K LLEitn ?1 CO., is ber?, y
?o.ved by i.utual eoni<e?t
Jr. H. UAEK is uth riaed te t> c-ivo deb.s duo
tho ? rm, and will pay the debi s du by iu
E ll KELL- its, M. D.
H. RA.itt. Al. D.
Marleston. Feb, uarv 26, 1869.
rnr. UNDHI.SIQN? D wi'L OONT'N?R THU
?7 Ba iu>?a at ibo kio e a.id 01 B. li. KeXLEUs
.O , No. 131 Mee iug-street
rebruiuy2C II B\EB
t J. SCU.L.BPKHUEt.1*,
ATo. 37 LINF-STREKT,
BCl WEfiN K?NG ANL' 8T. PUrLLP.
.OMBER OF KT Eil ? DESOi.lPTION AMI
ILDING MATERIAL, LIME and Pl AST EB
3 LATHS. PAIN IS. OILS. GLASSO, SHiSGLEhl
a i-ROOVE AND I UN Ci UE BUAitDs, io., con
utly ou hand ?t tho loweat market prices.
Optember 12 ic tbs i jr
PTTH A GO RB AM LuDGE No. 31, A. F. M.
AN EXTPA COMMUNICATION OF IHK ABOVE
Lodge win be held ai Masonic Hall, THIS
(Saturday) EVENIXO. at half-past seven o'clock.
Candidates tor IbeF. C. Degr.e wiL be punctual.
By order cf the W. M.
February 2T ROBT. STEWART, Secretiry.
DAN LODGE, NO. 93, I.O. B. B.
ASPECIAL MEETING OF THIS LODGE WILL
tako place J O-MORBOW, at Eleven o'clcck A.
M., at No. 210 King-street.
A A. GOLDSMITH.
February 27 1 President.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
rrmv. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD
A 1RS of t*e Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Conmany (postponed irom tho soenno Wodncsday in
Jami iry) will tatio pine? In tho City ol Charleston,
on mo THIRD WEDXESDAV IN MABCH. being the 17Lh
of thal mooth.
Place of meeting, the Hall of the Planters' and
Mechanics Rink, Ea-tBay. *t Twelve M., at which
time an election will be he'd for sis Directors to
serve the ensuing yiar.
A Committee tb verify proxies will bo in atten?
dance at Ten A. M. 8. W. FT HE It,
JtJSo* Savannah Republican and Berald will please
copy and send bill to office Savannah und Charleston
I NION, No. 43.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEEITN'J
of your Uniou. THIS (Saturday) Evwrnso,
27th in etan t, at Masonic Hail, at Seven o'clock.
By order oi tho President.
February 27 1 C. ADAMS, Secretary.
ORANGBBVRG AGRICULTURAL AS?
AN ADJOUBNED MEK.TING OF THE ABOVE
Association will bo held at the Courthouse, ia
Oniugeburq < n the first MONDAY(sale-dav , in Maa-eh
next, ut hali-past Ten o'clock A. M., ?or the purnote
of receiving the ropart of tho Com ?.it:oo on Couati
tutien and pei ma eut organisation. All persons fa?
vorable to agricultural impiovement and prog.csa
or? invited to attend.
Februarys 3 B? THE COMMITTEE.
_patters tu "|ankruptrn.
I* THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTltlC
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN IHK MA Tl EB OF
A LFXANnER a SHAFFEB, BAKXBUP1.-TN
B iNKRUPTi.T.-Te ui4ow it may cimctrn: The T
(lorsign: d hereby givos notice of bis appoimment
us Assignee of AuEXvNDER C. SHAFFER,
iu Ihe County of Colleton and sialo ot -outh
de OJ'na, wiitim said District, who li is becu adjudg?
ed a bankrupt upou his own petition, by thc Dis?
trict Court of said District.
Dated the 8th day of Fcbmarv, A. D. 1800
JOHN W. BUB PI DGF,
^February 13 s3 Assignee
IA '1'llE DI-TRICT COURT OP THE
UNirH? STAIR-- FOR THE DISTRAIT OF
SOUTH CAKOLINA -IN THE MA l i ER OF
TH MAS PYE, BANKRUP -IN BA.-KBI.PTOY.
To whom it my cowm: 'he undersigned ho eby
? ive- noiiro of hie ti| poiinm nt : g assignee ot
THOMAS PYE, in the Count" of follet?n and -tate
ot iouth Cnroiina, within adj District, who h s boen
adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition hythe
Distict Court cf said Distri t.
Dated he8tu dav ol February. 180!?.
JOHN W. BUiiBIDGF,
Fsbruary 13 s3 Assigne-.
Q. lt K A T ATTRACTION
QULNBY'? A CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AMD
FINK ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXUIllllTON IHK LAll?KP.-T AN-?
finestColieciiou of CHLOMO LITHOORAPtf s ever
seen in Charleston. They ?rc perfect copied of cel?
ebrated Works of Art both uuciciu .ind modern.
Among ibe collection muy be found SALVA IOB
RI.?A's El? ID Oe" CHRIS I, Corre?go's Magdalene.
A. Delacroix's lido (loins Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming in, Tur cr's Venice, Jackson'* Englisn
Scenery, L'owboltom's L; gliih Beimcrj. Haxter's
English and Irish Sconerv, Viu*8 on the Rhine, T he
luugl'iau?, ibo We i tere ora, Marine Views, and
Thc public are respectfully invited to rall and see
hese beautiful Works oi art. They are offered for
?ale at ?lew Yuri, prleoe.
cnwi rc?lu<ttara .?. ilMtjSMM Pi Rn* LA IN PfC
l HUES. Recent improvements .rn produ. iug these
lietures enable us lo now offer the ut nearly one
labT tho formT pri?es, and tar supe, or. Call and
)UR CA lt! ES PE VISITE A NP OTHER
FLALN PHOTOURAPHS ARK UNSUR?
E-poeial attention given tn .-iiildron. Also to copy
ne old Daguerreotypes ni doti, er pictured, batista.
ion in all cases iruaraniced, and at prices to corres
loud with ibo times.
)THER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER ANP MAUNOLIA
At i: educ cd Prices.
A fine collecnon of
TEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OP THE MOUN
J ALNS IN NOR ! U CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIYEU.
hese ire the first r.Dd only Photographs ever taken
in that locality.
U I 1 \ I! V iK V 0"
No. 201 KING-STREET,
CHARLES f ON, S. C.
February 15 10
Cigars, Cflb?ffo, Sc.
ATTENTION1. YR NiuOKEKV!
fF YOn EESI.tE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM
L PORTED UWiN A I'IGAB, .all?t No. Bil M A It
.ET-S'RcE r, whero you wi.I fi.id now open tor
ispectiou hu lirj.0Hi und most >o ucl stock ? t ? i ors
ror imported to this Korket, and "w.dch wo offor ut
piio ih ii will satisfy ull dem .nd*.
Who osalc and Retail, oy
SA I AS o? K WIM AS,
January 1 Wi No. 80 Market street
lobiicco, W?HCS suid Liquors,
\T NO. 73 EAST RAY, NEAR TRADD
OFFERS FOR SALE AT WHOLESALE:
? r.ARGEAS-OR'MEST OF H\V\H\. LEAF,
A fdmil porin. nud upwards, ned (hr huc-t
u Co'int JIICUU LElF IO AC? O. w h oh eau be
ilo ut very low p.'icos, ns li is bought direct I; otc
e plante? alco,'.'IGAH-, floe "??nina as well M
uniosti ' AU th- eel oi^cd u on ls ot -MOKISU
3U*CCO at ina .uta lurer's pines. CLEWING
DUli>?'0, aud everythi 'it bolongiuj to t rai-lied
gar stores. thumS* February ?5
No. ?9 BvOAD- TBEET,
ORARLES TON. 8. O.
TRANKEN .', FAMILlKS and DAY BOARD at the
[>8t ivaouable terms, by
Mia. R. C. HNNt-Y.
Jauuarr 30 sm ?hu mo
Di ?TTE KER'S
inproved Iii ce-sowing Machine.
PATEVTKD AUGUST H. 1808.
"U?Ts IMPORTANT L UiOB-'MVTVG MACHINE,
speeia y adapt d to bu ni o I'.a ni ig in ern-,1,
"now otlure io ibu II ?iter hiv ug oman tn Iv tes -
bv many oxpi. lanced pUu ..is, auil giviu,' fiutirn
iataolioii whurover thoy lukvo b.oa .airiy tried.
.e cert f.ja sa my elli e )
Pi t uer, -uou. I no. iii tn so^itro Ihe a ci ?a- tases
this M lohiiio, un it stt'OM Uiiiorau' Sen I, aun ooo
tu tr-n.-lung nd so Tug in Ino in is. pacfcM uiau
r, ioSarii g a tiuo - una ia all easel.
Ap nV IO
Willi -m S. Henerev
M^Cn NI- I AND FoUNDEK,
?. 814 ?lEE.l.tti-3i KE.'.T, CHARLES?
TON, S. C.
february 9 lulbalmo
T U. T H KUI II U (J 13,
Ko. 1 DROAD-S TR ICET,
CUAR!iE*TON, S C.,
MINER, SIXLPPEU AND DEALER
utli Carolina MatiTO Bone Pnosphstto.
'ussr/ ll 3m J?
mus r mints.
Jj; I B E lt il I A S HALL.
FOB SIX NIGHTS ONLY. COMMENCING
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 8.
FAREWELL VI?TT TO CHARLESTON
With their new Trans-Atlantic Combination, com?
prising their pupils:
JULIAN. VICTOR and FRANCOIS.
Ms EMILY lHOlvNF, comedienne and Vocal?
Prof. JAME'S BL AM PH IN, luropc's greatest Harp.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. BRENNAN, Burlraqcc Operatic
Mr. D. HAWLEY and Mr. TH08. MlAOO, ?be re?
nowned .aDnal Gymnasts.
?Ar. It. FRANK CAbDELLA, Pianist and Com?
Hg. M03T3VERDI, the Itnl'an Acrobat.
ll?a?jrs. HTLVANI BKKESIOT and HET?N ATtD,
Pantomimists. All tbe latest HANLO i NOVEL?
TIES will be introduced, including their pitcnt
TWO WHEELED VELOCIPEDES,
weich they propel at a speed excelling tho fastest
horse. In add lion to Its rec upon thu stage, the;
will appear in Velocipede Races upon the
every day, at noon, during the term of their engage?
?-ADMISSION SI; Colored peals 75cents; Chil?
dren under 10 yrara 60 cents.
?jr"Seats can be secure! sis davs in odvanco,
from a diagram of thc Hull, nt HOLMES' HOOK
STORE, coiner King and Woolworth streets, wlth
.ut extra eharge.
OS-XU orders for VELOCIPEDES must be ad?
dressed to HANLON BROTH ES Hanlon's Veloci
I ede Hall, No. 786 Broadway, corner 'i onth-street,
New T rk ci tv.
as-Only HANLON MATINEE, for Schools and
Families, SATUHDAT Arritiwoox, March 13
E. P. KENDALL, Business Manager.
FUED. Lxwaracr, Aceat. 9 February'?5
letter from ?famos Pagan.
CHESTKII, FOTJTU CATI LIVA, January 6, 1860.
Dear Sir-I have just received a communication
from Ceo. W. Grjfflln. Esq., Treasurer of PaUpsco
Guano Company, requesting my opinion of the "PA
TAP-CO." to be Bent direct to you-which I tako
pleasure in deing, as I rincrely behove that it is the
best fertilizer now in use. I hive tes'od its merila
fully, and And those- who havo used it alongsido of
other popular fertilizers, do not he-ita> to givo it
tbe preference; lhere are as many kinds in uso here
as thr-ro aro mord?anle who deal in it. No two
houses recommend thc same kind, but darin? the
last season I had a gnnd opportunity of introducing
the "PATATSCO" GDASO to some extent.
I sravo to bm (10) different planters 500 pounds
GUAMO to put each on one acre ol'land, and ajreed to
? abc part of tho product for pay. They all tsucccvdcd
woll. ? I got nearly 1U0 per cent, profit from the ten
acres, und Ibo ptautors arc satisfied that they got 50
to 100 [ er emt more than they could have expected
ou ibu s imo Und without thc OUASO. 1 also sold
small quantities to some twenty or thirty p antcrs,
who tried it on all sons ot' laud. Sonio of them
certify to wonderful results, aud every ono of them
havo encaged to take mora for the coming season. I
expect to sell lon timc3 tho amount which was taken
I began in 180", and havo not hoard ono man say
it d.d not over-pay him for Ins outlay, lu some ro
Rpcctj it u.ust bo supciior io thu Peruvian Guano.
For instiiiico, you can mis the socd with th J PATAPS?
CO, and tho Ponivian must bo covered botoro plant?
ing. 1 he "PATAPSCO" act? a-, oacou ion tho
3SSOOU as it ci mei from ibo seM anil mikes it st-.rt
light nfl growing, and prevents tho ?ickly s.ago
ivhich cotton, without. Ibo stimulus, has to go
hrouiili-you know thi -. For two or threo ro ks
he cotton plant ii In a ?audition whicH ls so prc
.ai t: JU- that no planter can say that bo ha? a certain
?bind Ibeliovo tue ' PATAP?OO" secures a bottor
md more healthy stand than can bo bad by the ap?
plication ot auy oth-jr fertilizer. I ppeas tom ox
>et i me n K mad O for two year*. I havo planted a lit?
io cotton for tim purri <?.. of watching Um inuit,
iud am stir? that rolling tho seed iu PATAPSCO
iUA?u will secure au early and healthy slaud of coi
ou, which is liko jotting a good start in any kino of
I would recommend 153 to 000 pouads to tho acre
ma o 800 pounds lint from one acre by planting 6>.0
.ournie of "PATAPSC-J," which m ido 2C0 pounds the
'car beioro w.thout it, and tho s> ason of 1SG7 was
lotter for'cotb n ihan 18GJ "ibo a.imo fleld oa tho
art not fe lilizcd mada moro in 1807 than in '63. I
bins it woal pay best, bowov r, for about COO
lound? to (he ocie. Bcspectfullj..
(ilvned) JAMB3 PAGAN.
For further information, apply io
General Abouts, Union Wharf,
February 13 s6 Charleston, S C.
l?LO?I MUFFING D?.
pNVirE PLANTE 118 AND FARMERS TO ?END
L for a pamphlet di'scriptiv of thoir Fertilizers.
Woofforour DOUHLb KEFI.NK^ P UOREl l'K,
quat to the best Superphosphate, at Ute >ow priue
f fj? i er toa. Ibis Company also make a supe
ioi article of NitrophoapUsio und ?.uro Bono 1-u-at
E M. i ODD. Mnitbflcld. Va., says whero ho uceO
.ju Double RcAncd Poad re tie ou cora it nou uled thc
WILLIAMS BROS , Dover, D?l, says it gavo th.*ir
muara and tonia: oo a vig?reos growth, ripening
io lat-or two weeks cariior
P. W. UUTCUBKH, ?r , nearO'iorokee, Ga., says it
early duub.od hiH yield ol eoltou.
Bon ELI S. > LL OE mia, Eofuula, Ala., says his col?
in wa- f ully equal lo adjoining nelda manured with
ie best Su,>eruu<i phuui
MoNiooMKKY, Ei avilie. Gi., say? R incr?ased
ls vron ul colton 15U lb- per uce.
G h. Cot- MI Y ?lariol a, Oa . usa it on com a?. J
itton and sa>. it ni re then doubled the ? ie d. bo
?-"'aid-ll tho elisa neat and un?, t ruiabe Fi nida.-i
ithtu bis knowledge,
I j-0?jVcruor ii ni. Waa renton. V i., tried it w lb
iron H-Vitut cropti ibu but and pivseut >o-?.i i nd
yn; "I pro otineo .1 with oonlidu.ioe a wost vatua
10 mon no "
iii? Superintend nt of Gonoral SV. R. (Xix. ColV.
.und I'lantadou N. ?'.. say* : '1 .bink IboPvndrutto
icu fur c ?ru oa a it bu sar?WrSod? us. d it also on
iiti'ti which prod oed i ungo yied.
Dr E. M. IKNU .> TO.I, .maita, Ga., say..; "Tho
ltrophiw| h e ot Li.no, uawd on cotton made 'iib
:r i a t. thc fir.ii >eir.
P. ufe.-sur ososos H. Coon, ri tho ^ew Jursev
alu .grirnJtursl i.o.og-, ni Wow ltruuswi"k. i-ayi>:
I lie i nu in? tieli.1 d roudictie laud Niiropbos;>lia.lu
Limo paid us iud IOU i?or oe it. atuw Uu-ii outr
11 value in the iu-nus of ero'.s this yr**."
Address Lom MA > Vt o U.;l\eJ COMPANY.
>x ?1?0. New Yura Poeu-Blai. O??co Na 66 Lour*.
. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOB TH li CO uPANY.
January 14 h-tutlm >?
ACJFIC ?DA?O C?&PA?\3L\S
V ll b V B b I
PACI FIO GUANO.
a PIT AL.SLUuu OOo
1UIS GUANO DlTlf. R. FROM PERVIVIAN
Guano ?imply in <be rein ti ve proportions of
:! same eli ni eu is of tertility.
Us uso duning tho pail lour years for the ooltUM
eottou and ern bas given to it a eliaructer tor
.udar'l excollei.ee unsuipa?sed by genuine Pero?
ra Uuauo. and where seasoas of droueht inter?
ne, i produces a Urge lucres-e of crops.
Ibo p ice at whi'jo this Guano is plaotd is so
?rh be'uw that of Po .uv.an Uu. no. as to oou.-titete
un ubjeet or nia.uml importance to southern
?'be largo c i ital and rcs lurcos of tho Compinv
luL; ii to furnish s Guano ol tho mg to- i value at
) lOWS-l po.-Bib ll (St lo consumer. and the
;hcs interest of the company is reoognused in
I be Company looks to larg? rales, eural profit
i a permano J t trade for compensation on MpltsJ
>r. bi-. JULIEN BAVENEL, ol Rouh 'aro
a. is Micnrillo Dlrex-tor to tho Company
icli affordfl i sui a uaranfee of th? continued >'x
lenee nf lie Gunn Nnuo jennine uulO-H braud
wi. -hil ne Qi JOH i i. ItEL-e. - 0., G?11D
agtjiics o. the PAClF-G GUANO COMPANY,
or luruis uud mode L?appioa iou up[ilv lo
?gou? for ihn ?t?te ?>i ou.li dsrn?no,
Nun 1 ml2 .itia...ic Wharf.
)"'.'em'?or ID Die stut?itni-j
I KU. H. u u p e u c s,
Ch.-ried-OD, S. O.
, HAB?DES U.ta?LL. tmoi Septum Mr 21
?\ UAULESTO.V THKATRE.
LESSEE AMD MANAQEB.JOHN TEMPLETON.
LADIES' GALA NIGH J 8, ?ND MOST POSITIVELY
THE Li ri I.
Mr. B F. Whitman's Ur equalled Spectacle, with all
his Gorgeous Scenery, Costumes, Trans- \
Thc "Wonderful Star Danseuses,
M'LLE DlANI 1 M'LLE 50 ELKE I
From Boyal Theatres cf Enropo and Niblo's, N. Y.
FORTY ARTISTES, DANSEUSES
AND DBAMATIC CORPS.
Tuesday, Wednesday, 'I huraday, Friday
and Saturday Evenings,
February 23, 21, 25, 26, 27, and
Saturday Afternoon at 3-Half Price.
Sbakspeare's Gorgeous Pageant-,
DUDS C fl J M K K. MCHl'S OUEAM !
Tho famous Cinderella Ballet, and tho
WHITE PAWN !
A CoDBtellat'on of Beauties and Star Attractions
never excelled in America
Get seats at oaite. Groat Fashionable Nights.
Fobruary23 . . 5
LESSEE AND MANAOEB..JOHN TEMPLETON.
G KA ND OPERAI
WM. BACH.BUSINESS MAMAQEB.
GRAND GERMAN OPERA.
(The only ono ir. tbe United States.)
Tho management has the honor to announce that
tho G lt A ND OPERA will appear in this c ty for SIX
NIGH r.N ONLY, Marsh 1. 2. 3. A. 5, 0, with the fel
loftis;.' grind ta ent of Artists:
PH Ul A DUNN' MABIE FHIEDBBIOf,
'1 he brilliant Prima Donna and unriyalled MAHGA
RITTA inF-vUM 1
PBIMA DONA A CLABA LANG ZItGLFR,
The great Lyne Prima Doona.
PRIMA DONNAS >EGUNUA, MATHILDE BERGER,
ll ER I'H * Kt i GUE
TENORS-FRANZ HIMMER, tho greatest Dramatic
and Heroic lener in the United staten.
JOHANN ARM AX D.
7ho sweot voiced Tenor.
The brilliant Barita ne.
JO-EPH ? ElNLIc'H,
Thc great Basso and the un-urp ssed Saraslro, in
tho Mage Flute.
Tho fr-mons Ri sao Buffo.
FULL CHORUS AND OR HES1RA.
A. FREOIGAM.MUSICAL DIBECTOB.
Tho following Grand Opera's will be presented :
?ION DA 7, il ARCH I,
Flowto's cbarm'ug Opera,
TUESDA r. MARCH 0,
FRA I) 1 A V il ii () .
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3.
Carl Maria Von Weier'? masterpiece,
(Ibo tree Huntor.)
THURS DA Y, MARCS i.
FRIDAY. MARCH 6,
SA TURD A Y, MARCH 6,
I L TROVATORE.
Tho management will sparo neither pain) orox
pense tu give thc Op. ras as perfect as possible,
Arm Chairs an 1 Reserved -cats.S3 00
Ra, k Seats. 1 00
Thr sale of I iciiets tor (he -ix Night- will com?
mence o-. WEDNESDAY MORNISO. at 10 o'clock pre?
cisely. 'Ibo sa.o of lt kets for -ingl? Nigh s will
oommenco on 'JUUT.SD.Y MonNiNO. at tho Mime
hour, and conlinne du-u g the week, at Ho mea'
book Houxo. whore thu librettos ot eaob Opera may
also bo obtained.
H. GRAU, Goaoral Superintendent.
P. GnEENWALL, Aguut. iobruary22
DISOLVED Bi INK.
trf\ TONS PORE DISSOLVED .BONE, TO AR
rj\J RIVE aud for sole by
PELE ?JR, BODG1B? A ro ,
Fobrnnrj- fl8 tutb^l AlWiic Wharf.
CROASD?LI'A GKNUINB PHOSPHATE AND
ROWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
For salo by WM. GURNEY.
No. 102 I a t Pay.
Sole agent fur Sooth Caiolino. .
February 2i Imo
1 fif?i I BARRELS LAND PEA?TE*. TO AB
JLUv/v' RIVE per Schooners scud and Mai ion
Orders received hy OLNEY k CO
PERUVIAN Gi ANO.
A f\r\ ION* No. 1 GEMPNE PERUVIAN GU
ybv'V/ ANO, dirert from ?cent ?nd w rranted
m?o, to arrive prr suh-onois D. C. H?lse H.W.
lodfrcy. sylvan, ai.d Lucy A. Orentt from New York.
For silo by T. J. KERR A CO.
LA ?VD PLASTER.
;r/"\< l BBLV. LAN? PLAaTIR. TO ARRIVE
J KI * ' per sohouu-jr Trado Wind.
For sale by T. J. KERB A CO.
CHfcSAPt AKE GUANO,
11? AMMONIATED SOLUBLE
OMBIN1NG ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
[1HIS 71RTILTZER LS WARRAN I ED TO GIVE
satE-duotiou. Plan!?? and Lum rs arc invited
> send tor pu II pb Lu-, descriptive of its virtues and
uw to a.ip y il.
A3- Price, k?o per ton of 200!) lbs.
For sale by li. Pl. LITTLER,
February 17 Agent ;.t < Inn eston, BL C.
ALTA VELA PM ISF&AT2.
"T IB COMPOSED OF TdE GTL5.NO FSGil
in,bined with otho - fertilizing mufi rial sdentifical
tr.alfid, makiug a UOMPLKIE M NURE.
The Company unyorting the Guano direct irait
o rich deposit . of Ur ls at ALTA V LA, is enabled
furnish, at a low price, a Fertiliser not oxcrl
Par salo by
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
At Charleston, 8. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
JJN, or tho
ALTA VELA GU \N<> COMPANY,
No. 67 Broadway, .New York.
Jan n ai y 23 Imo
io. 1 PERU VIAN.
RUY'S "SOLUBLE PlIOSPHO-PERUVTAN."
ROY'S ''AM-M.ONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
IGTHSS'V GK ASKS PCKK PHOSPHA
TIC GUAAOS AMI O KOO NU
LAND PL A STE ?.
1HB USB OF TBE ABOVc OLUI'-LE P*OSPHO
P li itt'VI AN und ..muioui led >ulnb'e Eaciflc
.anos is p.irt'o?L.riy reeoiiiinende.l, boini? corn
it ds of tue ric cst P cilio Clio pha?e Guano,
idered sohl i,o; the tonna- c utsiuiug twenty per
it of I'e.'UViau Guano, and bo latter bighty um?
una.eu wob .im:n il m i; or-maning Hie most
levutiuten and proiiiub e levti 1 som lu use for cot
i. corm, wbo.it and fobaot/o,
or onto io oa.-s .glu. r <Hs, ia rniantie? to suit.
I'ouiiinuu u s from ko? - wh i nave used tho ubjVe
llb? turui o l on upp.iea.iOa.
GUAKSElt, > KB, SH TH dc CO.,
General Aleuts a) Charleston,
reed your Land aa:l it will ced You."
h crnibor 21 D40 ih-inira ?
IO BU si? E S ? Al IC yt
TI1E SUMTER NB'Vg,
PUB 1.1811 ED AT c-UUTER, 8. G,
0 .? I'P TUE UK- P.i 'MK- IN I HF. UP
UN f >T; hus a lax M circa a inn, ?nd affords sn.
.?or atv-llagosas an advert-fli-f rn -tntn leitnn
'. Addres DARU k Os TEEN,
february 22 iiopr^-.ois.
?merits aa? J?iuiiUanccus.
UACON SIDES &c. . /
OA CA'KB CLEAR. BIBBED AND CLEAB sfe>ES,
100 bbls Western Flour.
For sale by GBO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
SHOULDERS, SIDES; STRIPS
IA BHBP. STRICTLY PBIME WESTEBN
10 hkd?. Strictly Prime Western O. R. Sides
10 hhda Strictly Prime D. H. Western fheulders
10 bhds. Choice Sogur-cured Pig Shoulders
6000 pounds i hoice N. 7. 8. O. Strips and Bellies,
tebroary 27 2 LA?BEY k ALEXANDER.
r A BOXE'? CENTRIFUGAL, HAVANA SUGAR,
t)\J prime Grocery grade. ,
For sale by HENBY COBIA & CO.
I A HHBS. C. R. RIDE'l
LU 10 builds, prime Westum Shoulders
QU bore s Strips D. g. Beilies
li bbls. Mess Pork
56 pkgs. Lard
60 tubs choice Goshen Batter
20 boxes Codft-h
10 boxes Bologna r. _
For ?sie by OHO. W. 8TEFFENS.
February 27 2_No. 30 Vendns Range.
EED ASM-EGG, STOVE AND NUT COAL.
White Ash-Steamboat and Foundry.
Cumberland-Lump ihr Oistes and Ban of the
Mire for Blacksmith's, warranted to bo of the beat
quality. All-tor sale low, by
H. F. BAKER k CO., '
February 27 2 Coal Y-.rd. Cumberland-street.
SUGAR ! SUtfAtt! AND MO
1 AA HBDS. CBOICB DB? GROCERY SUGAR
X vH J 100 boxes c o ?icc Dry Grocery Sugar
60 bhds. Prime Muscovcdo sugar
100 fahd*. New ''rop Cuba Molasses A
106 hbds. New Crop Clayed Molasses.
Being sarg? of American schooner E. M. Pennell?
to arriva from Cardenas, and tor sa'e by
W. P. HALL, Brown k Co.'s Wharf.
COAL ! COAL !
rE UNDERSI0NED KEEPS ON HAND THE
BEMT RED ASH COAL, PI liable 1er Parlor
Grates, Stove and Cooking Ban (res, which lie'will
sell at red need prices.
SOFT COAL, ty applying te
F. P. SEIGNIOUS,
Cornr-r East Bay and Hasel street East Side.
February 23_ ratha Imo
ONIONS?, APPLES, BEANS, AND DRIED PEACH?
ES and Apples
SEED AND EATING POTATOES.
GOODRICH. WESTJRN RED, GARNET CHILI
Mercers, Prince Albans, Jr ck on Whites
leach flows. Pink Eyes, and Davis Seedling.
ITT sale by MOFFET & WHARTON,
February 6 stutblmo No. 82 i att Bey.
DEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND
IMPORTED LAG I"lt BIER.
1 AfW a FTVE GALLON DEM 'JOHNS
IOU" 2C00 demij hns, sma'ler "iaea
. 100 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported fi pm Bremen, and Kr sale by
i.'LACIU^ A WITTE,
Febrnarv 4 thstnSmos No. 86 East Bay.
PRIME WHITE CORM S FLOUR !
2i i AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IS
* ' \j\J steamer "Sea G.dl"
200 barrels Floor, all grades, ox Schooner "Marian
Gage." For sole lo v liom esbois.
FebfnaiyiS 3 JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
WHARTON & MOEbElT,
No. 115 WEST-STREET, NEW YOferl.
M SF FETT & WHARTON,
No. 114 EAST RAY, CHARLESTON.
All varieties of heed and Eating
HAVING A PARTNER IN NEW YORK WHO
win give his personal attention to tho sale of
luryVEGElABLEs AND FRUIT, and promising
truick sa e< and prompt returns, wo solio t tho pa?
tronage of shippers. Oar som lissions ?ill be five
po ccn>, only.
CRATES furnished to those who ship tous.
J. G. MOFFt.1 ?.l.t. WHARTON.
December 80 Smog
i^dCitTi BUSHELS PRIME V'HITE CORN.
?UUU For sale by
Ecbraary 26 2_T. J. KEBR k CO.
HAT AND SALT.
1 AAA Bf LES PBIME NORTH RIVER HAY
L VI / \J 2CC0 sacks Liverpool -alt
In fino o* der, lu stree and for salo by
February 20 T. J. KERR k CO.
DA TIS' HAMS.
5TIERCES DAVIS' DIAMOND BRAND HAMS,
at 23 sent? p- r po end, at the
CO OPER Ai IVE olOCEBY STORE,
youth west Corner Moeiing aad Uar.et streets.
Goods delivered tree. February 25
COHN IN BULK AFLOAT.
~f\tf\f\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARY?
JO LAND CORN, in bmk and Bjtdtsble
orm liing. For Bale low while land ng by
1 eeruorv 2t_Wjtal A JONES.
Fittlri FRUIT! FRUIT!
H ST RECEIVED PER SCII??.1ER AV.
H. STEELE, DIRECT FROM
BAU \ COA.
irr\rv BUNCHE* FINE BANANAS
)\J\J at'.ouo COCOANUT*.
i his ca>go i- in spleudid condition, and oarefully
s'eete I. For bale low wh'le landmg at Union
r harf. by PaUL, WELCH k BRANDES.
?iri) t?oo?s, tit.
WHO'BAALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
?RNER KINUAND CALHOUN STREETS
T/ E BEG 10 INFOBM THE LADIES AND OUR
i Y i.'ustou.ers iu geuerd. thai we have Just re?
ved du addii'on to oar usa?! stock of DOM Ea 110
id E A-M Y .U .1 bi, a new bupp.y suitable fer tile
COMSXSTQtQ OF '
s. O RY GOOOs, POPLINS, Ae., at reduoed
avy U.ilmord Skirts atSl 12
i ry choice ?rlele Uktck Mik SI 80, worth Sd 60
dies' super ti, et ino Vests only $1
?ot o; Hue i iauo Covers which will be sold less
th Ul ei et
3 dozen HOOP SEIBIS, 50 to ?Je.
lot ol Piioto^r pii Albums. 75 cents A
let'h luierV oelenraied French CORSET, $1 OS
lu i sud c-.m, b-to assortment of German and Bng
nsli uo-l R?.fn.m UH up
inc a - so rt ment ot Ladlee' aud children's Silk, Ber?
lin ? lo h aud Li.lo G LUV Ea, elegant deslacs.
rood selection ol
JANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ?cc.,
At the lowaat figures.
Va would also notify our pairons that w- have sr*
.jed a separate department in our store exoru
BOOTS, 8HOE3, HATS, TRUNKS, 4c.
g? ENTRANCE ON OALBOBN-blRBVB.
PL KC H ti ll TT ? BROS.,
Mo. 437 E. I MU-* I REI?',
i eoe rober 14 ame
j-Ot^MKS ? MACBETH,
Ne. 3? Broad-street,
Charleston, s. C.,
BBOKSRS. AUCTTONEEBS, REAL USTATH
?VE lt AL COMMISSION AGENTS.
fin atflead to Beating and Collecting of Routs *
I purchase and sa e of blocks, Bonds, Cold
rer and deal Estai e.
o tbe Purchase of Goods and Supplies toe BMMSJ
he country upon reasonible .errns. V
1KOE L. BOLHZS.AlBXASOaa MAOBSTEB.