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THE DAILY NEWS.
MST" LA KG EST CIBC?LATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEIN Cr THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
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CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLEAN,
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ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
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IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
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NEWS by the week, can have their papora
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city every morning by six o'clock. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for the city delivery, will
call upon such persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at tho
periodical stores of Mr. 0. C. Righter, Nos.
161 and 333 King-street, or at tho office of tb?
DAILY NEWS, No. 18 Hayne-street, will receive
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
MILES DBAKK will sell this day, at his store,
corner King and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
Z. B. OASES will Bell this day, a t the old post
office, at ll o'clock, plantation, dwelling, lots.
8AMTJSI> C. BLACK will Bell this day, at the
old postoffice, at ll o'clock, building lota.
G. W. STEFFENS & Co. will Bell this day, in
front of their store, No. 28 Vendue Range, at
9? o'clock, butter, lard, strips.
T. M. CATEB will sell this day, on Brown's
Wharf, at 9| o'clock, butter, strips, shoul?
R. Sc A. P. CALDWELL, will sell this day, be?
fore their store, at 9$ o'clock, bacon, butter,
JXFFOBDS & Co. will sell t: 3 day, in front
of their store, at 9? o'ckx-L, strips, hams,
WM. GUBXEY will sell this day, at his store,
No. 102 East Bay, horses, mules.
JOHN G. MXLNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods, oil cloth covers.
MILLIGAN SC SON will sell this day, at No. 22
Tendue Range, at 10 o'clook, hon safe, show
Toora AD\ EBTISEB3. -In compliance with
the suggestion of many of our down-town
friends we have placed at the office of tho
City Railway Company, corner of Broad
street and East Bay, au iron box to serve as
a receptacle for the favors of the advertising
public. We are under obligations to Mr. J.
P. Taylor, of the Phoenix Iron Works, for
the prompt, neat, and graceful manner in
which he has executed the order for this
advertising box for the DAILY NEWS. In our
next issue we shall have something further
to say about the Phoenix Works. The box
cannot fail to bo a great accommodation to
the merchants on the wharves, East Bay and
Broad streets. It will be emptied several
times every afternoon and night, and adver?
tisements deposited in it up to ll o'clock
P. M., will appear in the morrow's NEWS as
surely as if handed in at our counting room.
SINGLE COPIES of this morning's DAILY NEWS,
put up in wrappers ready for mailing, may be
had at our counting-room; price five cents.
The DAILY NEWS will be mailed regularly, du?
ring the session of the State Convention, to
parties who may desire to have a full record of
the proceedings, for eighteen cents a week.
SALE OF STOCKS.-Messrs. Henry Cobia & Co.
sold, yesterday, $1300 of City Six per Cent.
Stock for 31; three hundred und sixty-three
shares of Gas Company StocE for $llall 50.
AGAIN WE WEBE subjected, last evening, to
the disappointment ot a failure of the North?
ern Mail. The mail which should have reached
os on Tuesday, however, came through a day
A WHABF IUT CAUGHT.-Diok Finney, a col?
ored thief, was lodged in the guardhouse last
night for stealing rice from the steamer Mone
ka,tand will have a hearing at tho Mayor's Court
COTTON CLAIMS.-The commissioner sent
from Washington to take the testimony of the
Southern "loyalists" whose property was de?
stroyed by the United States, has removed his
office from the United States Courthouse to a
room in the Mills House.
FOUND DEAD.-The body of a colored man,
about 60 years of age, was discovered yester?
day morning in the building at the corner of
Frazer's wharf and East Bay. Coroner Whit?
ing was notified and an inquest held. Hil
name and the cause of his sudden death were
SALES or BEAL ESTATE.-Messrs. Smith &
MoGillivray sold, yesterday, a tract of land in
St. James' Goose Creek parish, containing four
hundred and seventeen acres, for $175; also, a
tract in Christ Church, containing fifty acres,
Messrs. Henry Cobia & Co. sold at the same j *
time, a three story brick building on East Bay, '
next south of tho Courier office, for $5000.
Terms, one-hAlf cash, balance in twelve mouths,
secured.-*DV bond and mortgage.
/?EABXE3TON SAVTNGS BANH.-At a meeting
of the corporators of this bank, held yester?
day, the following officers were re-elected to
serve for the ensuing year :
CHARLES H. WEST, President. 4
JOSEPH PREVOST, Vice-President
Tnaisei.-A R Taft, John H. Honour, Sidney S.
Howell, Wm. McBurney, James M. Wilson, Jacob
Small, F. Melchers, 8. G. Courtenay, D. A. Ammo,
Henry Cobla, Wm. Bavenel, W. C. Courtney, W. J.
Middloton, James M. Caldwell, W. Ufferbardl, James
B. Betta, F. Lanneau, H. Gerdts, W. G. Whildon, J.
A WIFE MUBDEBEB-On Wednesday night the
8th instant, Hugh Donohue and his wife Re?
becca were arrested for drunken and disorder?
ly conduct in their house on Hasel-atreet be?
low East Bay. They were sentenced to five
days confinement, but after three days the
woman was sent to the hospital where eho
died on Tuesday morning of lock jaw. When
brought to the guardhouse she was bleeding
from a wound in the head. Coroner Whiting
held an inquest yesterday morning, when a
little daughter of the deceased testified that
her father had struck her mother in the head
with a piece of light-wood. The jury found a
verdict that the deceased came her death by
wounds inflicted by Hugh Donohue.
CHABLESTONIABS ABBOAD.-In the advertise?
ment of the annual course of lectures of the
New Orleans School of Medicine, wo notice that
Charleston has a hon's share of the professo?
rial honors in that institution. First, we have
Dr. Samuel Logan, for many years Demonstra?
tor of Anatomy in the College of South Caroli?
na, then Professor of Anatomy in the Virginia
Medical College at Richmond, now Professor
of Surgery in the above named School in New
Orleans. 2. We find the name of Dr. J. Dickson
Bruns, well known to all our readorB as one of
the most brilliant young men of our State. He
was for several years the distinguished editor
of the Charleston Medical Journal, and is now
Professor of Physiology and Pathology in the
Crescent City. *3. Dr. Wm. HutsonFord, Pro?
fessor of Medical Chemistry, Toxicology and
Legal Medicine, also a gifted and accomplished
Charlestonian; and, 4. Dr. LeGrand G. Capers,
who is Assistant Professor of Surgery.
. COURT o? APPEALS-CHIEF JUSTICE DOT
PBESTDING.- Mr. T. Y Simona concluded
gument for appellees in Boye el al. vs. Char
ton Savings Institution; Mr. McCrady eic
in reply for appellants.
Joseph Cohen cs. Augustus Hahenicht.
J. Bai reit Cohen for appellant; Mr. He
Buist for appellee.
DISTRICT COUBT-HON. GEO. W. LOGAN I
SIDING.-The sealed verdict in the case of
State vs. John Zanoga, larceny and bread
trust, waa read. Not guilty.
The State vs. Edward Palmer-Laren
The State vs. Solomon Hacker-Larc ?:
Guilty; but in consequence of his long con: i
ment the jury recommended that he be reli<
ed from further punishment, and the prisoi
was discharged by order of the Judge.
The State vs. Sarah Green-Larceny and :
ceiviug stolen goods, tbree indictmcn
The State vs. John Kirk-Larceny auc. J
ceiving stolen goods. B. W. Seymour, Ilsi
for the defence. Guilty of receiving stol
The State vs. Henry Deupsey and Hm
Dozier-Larceny and receiving stolen gc oe
Robert Chisolm, Esq., for the defence. A r
pros, was entered against Dozier. Guilty
receiving stolen goods as to Dempsey.
The State vs. Elizabeth Dempsey and Liu
Ann Mustapha-Larceny and receiving s toll
goods. Kol pros, entered as to both d
The State vs. Tork Germain-Larceny. Co:
tinucd, and the prisoner discharged ou his OM
THE COTTBT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COI
MON PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PEES ID INO.-Tl
case of the State vs. James Thomas (colored
arson, which had beeu assigned for this da
was taken up. T. G. Barker, Esq., anl V
James Whaley, Esq., appeared for the di
The prisoner was a repulsive, idiotic loo kin
negro, who, Camanche-like, had a blank?
wrapped around him. He took little intires
in the proceedings, his impassive countecanc
showing no sipns of intelligence.
Mr. A. E.'Knox testified that he lived i
Christ Church Parish, seven miles front tb
village. His brother and wife and a Mr. Ker
nedy occupied the house with him. On th
morning of November Sd he was roused b
Mr. Kennedy, who told him the house wis 01
fire. He went out and found the fire set un
der the rear piazza. All the plantation baud
were at once roused, but they found ii iva
possible to save the house. James Thama
bad been a very bad hand all the summer, be
ing both lazy and impudent. The week pre
viona he did not work more than two dayt, am
bis rations ware stopped on Saturday. . Hi
went away very much dissatisfied. On Mon
Jay or Tuesday the prisoner brought a ettei
summoning witness to the Bureau. Th om ai
was arrested, but he got away that night Ht
was rearrested after the fire. Thomas anc
Beck Green lived about half milo from the
dwelling bouse. Joe Richardson and A nelia
Canico lived in the same house.
Joe Richardson (colored) testified tl at ii
November ho was on the plantation cf Mr.
Knox; knew Thomas aud lived iu the same
bouse, in different rooms, with a thin paititior
between them, but could hear what was f aid va
next room. Knew nothing until the next day
ibout the fire-was asleep at the time.
Bf?ck Green said that she had known the
prisoner Binco March, and they bad lived to?
gether as man and wife, though each drew rr
.iona separately. She remembered the night
.ho house was burnt. It was on a Sunday
light. Jun and herself were together, and
lim said that when he went to the village and
:ame back he would have satisfaction. They
?vent to bed together, but Jim came to her in
the night and called her to see the fin. ID
the early part of the night he said he wat going
if ter what he had to do; ahe went asleep after?
wards, and did not know anything until Jim
railed her to see the fire. Jim said it vt aa Mr.
Knox's houso, and that he had set tl e fire.
Tbe prisoner here interrupted the witue >a with
in emphatic denial, and asked permission to
question her. The witness mentioned the dif
iculty between Jim and Mr. Knox, and Jim
threatening at the time that he woul 1 have
Aurelia Gan ace, in many respects, substan?
tiated ?he testimony of the previous wit aces.
T. B. CHapman, officer of the city de tective
bree, testified as to the arrest of the parties
md the testimony taken before the magistrate.
The Attorney-General closed for the prose
mtion. and the defence put the prisoner,
lames Thomas, on tbe stand. His testimony
ivrs confined to a statement of his i.etions,
md he denied positively having anything to
lo with the fire, or having ever made the as?
sertions stated by the previous witnesses. Said
nat he had lost one day's work on account of
he weather, and had complained to Mi. Knox,
m Sunday, for stopping his rations, out was
old that be could attend to no business on
hat day. The witness theo went to hin house,
ind remained there until awakened by the fire.
Ie got up md looked out, but had no conver?
sion with any one but Becky Green, and went
lack to bed until daylight. In the morning he
vent to the village and reported the fact of His
lot receiving any rations, but said nothing
ibout the burning of the house. Ou his re
urn he was arrested by Mr. Knox, and subse
[uently brought to the city.
The defence having no other witnesses, the
xgument was opened by W. James Whaley,
Ssq., who summed up the evidence, and pre
ented the case to the jury in an eloquent,
lear and forcible speech. The oase, while per
i ip s not the best a young advocate could wish
or his maiden ' effort, presented some good
loints, and these Mr. Whaley knew how to
urn to good account. He waB followed by
;heo. G. Barker, Esq., BIBO for the defence,
Lttorney-General Hayne closing. The Judge
barged the jury, who had not returned a ver?
dict to a late hour yesterday evening.
It may, perhap3, not be amiss to Btate in
his connection, that Mr. Knox, the prosecut
ng witness is a Northern mau, an e:t-Foderal
olunteer army officer, who has been planting
n Christ Church since the close of the war.
Mas. FBEY AGAIN.-From the "Charlestoner
?oitung," of yesterday, we translate as fol
ow*: "Mrs. Frey, a German, well known in
;hia city, is now said to live in New York, and
is we Bee by THE DALLY NEWS, han dies us
Charlestonians without gloves. The New
fork Tribune says that she was stoned in tho
streets of our oity, her life daily threatened,
ber property destroyed, her house burned, her
family scattered, and ehe herself at last ban?
ished. It is singular that men or women, for
the attainment of their own selfish ends, will
resort to the basest and most foolish hes.
Sirs. Frey, as we all know very well, waa as se?
cure from every personal persecuti m in this
city as she would have been anywh ere in the
world, and Buffered no injury in her property
to thc amount of one cent. It is admitted she
was kind to the Federal prisoners; and, so far
from encountering hostility in consequence,
Bhe wa9, on the contrary, highly esteemed.
And she was very far from being tte only ona
who was engaged in such offices of humanity
during the war; and we have not y<it heard of
any one to whom such beneficence has been
made cause of reproach. We are sorry that a
German should seek to turn acta of kindness
into a speculation and deem it necessary to
fortify her story with a network of falsehood."
BIBLE SOCTETT OF CHABLESTON.-This so?
ciety held their fifty-eighth anniversary meet?
ing yesterday aftenoon at the President's
room in the Charleston College. The follow?
ing officers were elected to serve for the ensu?
ing year :
President-E. L. KERRISON.
vice-Presidents-D. BAVEN FL. Bev. THOMA8
SMYTHE, D.D., SAM'L J. WAGNER, N. B. MID?
Corrresponding Secretaries-Uer. C. P. GADSDEN.
Kev. CHAS. S.VEDDEB.
Recording Secretary-J. N. ROBSON.
Treasurer-Vf. N. HUGHES.
Wardens-Rev. C. C. Pincknoy, Rev. J. T. Wight?
man, Rev. W. S. Bowman, Dr. Jae. Moultrie, Capt
T. S. Budd, F. J. Pelzer. F. P. ilford. J. N. Bob-son,
Geo. W. Williams, H. W. Mitchell, Chas. P. Frazer,
Rsv. W. H. Adams, Rev. J. L. Girardeau, D.D., Geo.
S. Cook, Hon. C. G. Memminger.
AN ATTRACTIVE CORNER.-TM intersection of
Broad and Meeting atre _ .tv the most
popular lounging place in the city for a certain
class of idlers. The District and State Courts
and the convention aro the threo great centres
of attraction, and the adjacent corners are sel?
dom without a group of talkers who chat about
politics, discusses the last trial, and kill time
generally. It is pleasant to know that while
so many are out of employment, there are
others whoso time is at their own dis?
posal, and who can afford to waste
the precious moments^ which probably
form their only capitol. Many of these idlers
aro colored men whose anxiety to hear the
news induces them to negleot their daily la?
bors. The two court rooms are generally
crowded with this class, while it is impossible
for any but those who have the privilege of
the floor to obtain a seat in the convention.
Since colored men have been drawn on the
juries there is a great anxiety among those of
their class less favored to get a gb.rr.ppo at new
jurors and see how they bear their new digni?
ty. The doors of the court room have been
frequently crowded from this cause and the
services of a stalwart constable are necessary
to keep the passage open.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charlesion Holet.-John
E. Tobin, Aiken ; J. Almy, United States Army;
A. McCarley, New Orleans ; J. R. Bostlewaito,
Louisvill-?, Ky.; George R. Bears, St. Louis,
Mo.; Dr. D. V.Carter, Madison, Ind.; J. W.
Heath, St. Louis ; Douglas Smith, Ohio ; Colo?
nel E. L. Ludington, W. B. Gilles, Wilming?
ton ; R. Bradley, Savannah ; Colonel John
George and son, Marion ; Silas Ammon, Marl?
M?ls House.-Captain Woodhull, New York ;
William Elliott, South Carolina ; LeRoy You
mans, Edgefield Courthouse ; J. J. McQuillin,
Philadelphia ; J. J. Middleton, Mrs. Middleton
and child, Baltimore ; H. C. Phillips and sor
vant, New York ; J. C. Courter, Newark, N. J.;
J. L. B. Polley, Boston; John H. Baldwin,
Baltimore ; C. A, Petit, Philadelphia ; John P.
McQuillan, Philadelphia; Henry Weldon and
wife, New York.
Pavilio i Hotel.-F. Schaffer, Wadmalaw ;
P. E. Coburn, South Carolina Railroad ; E. L.
Barns, city; L. B. Branch, Florida; B. G.
Stout, Michigan; Alexander McKenzie and
wife, Florence ; V. Smith, St. Stephens ; A. D.
How TO LIVE CHEAPLY AND WELL.-A party
of gentlemen in New York have formed a "Blot
*Club," for tho purpose of obtaining not French
cookery especially, but a combination of good
cookery and small charges. An initiation foe
of five dollars is required to admit subscribers
to tho privileges of two restaurants, both in
the neighborhood of Fulton-street. The scale
of prices adopted is as follows :
"Soups, fish and meats, roasted or boiled,
generally, ten cents; lamb, caper sance, mut?
ton, beef a Ia mode, veal, voa ison, fifteen cents;
fowl, twenty cents; Northern vegetables, three
cents; bread, all varieties, three cents; butter,
two cents; stewed fruits, tea, coffee, etc., five
cents; paddings, pies, dumplings, ten cents,
etc., etc. To facilitate the unusual detail, the
guest will uso a printed order (simply under?
scoring articles wanted), which will go first to
the carver, and afterwards to tho cashier in
Lea of the ordinary "check;" to be paid at the
time if preferred, or charged against a prior
deposit of cash."
While these are in some instances one-fifth
of the prices now demanded, and in none more
than one-half, they aro still large enough to
leave a lair margin over first cost for expenses.
M. Pierre Blot has been engaged to superin?
tend the purchasing and preparation of the
food. Subscribers are to have their seats re?
served for them at the hoare they may desig?
nate. There seems no reason why the enter?
prise should not succeed; and its success
should be the signal for many similar under?
takings in a reform greatly needed in all our
Tax SOUTHERN RELIEF ESTABLISHMENTS IN
BALTTMOBE.-The Baltimore Sun of Monday
The ladies of the Southern Relief Associa?
tion have achieved another great triumph, tho
series of entertainments Riven during the past
week at tho Maryland Institute and tho ta?
bleaux at the Concordia Opera House having
been emineutiy successful. The scene present?
ed at the Maryland Institute on Saturday was
of a most animated and pleasing description.
Hundreds of little children, mal? and female,
thronged the ball, bringing with them thoir
offerings in aid of the suffering little onea of (
i he Sc>ut h. The treasured richea of childhood,
in the varied shapes of trinkets, toys, dolls, 1
Ste., Seo., were freely parted with for division :
among the less fortunate little ones of the ;
South, but in many instances also the children's ,
offerings were of a more substantial character
the receipts in money alone from the juveniles
amounting to over $400. During the after- 1
noon Captain Jcbn Mitchell and Lieutenant 1
George V. Metzel appeared in tho hall, and I
handed over $108 us a contribution of a por?
tion ol the police force of the Middle District. ,
They also presented at the samo time forty
nine yards of muslin, thirty-ono yarda of cali?
co, one shawl, one pair of drawers, and two
pair of shoes, property which had remained at
the station-bouse for some time, and for
which there was no owner. Later in the af?
ternoon Captain Kennedy, of the eastern
police district, presented the association
with $102 as a contribution of a portion
of the men under his command. Mr.
B. Berry, of the Cliina Tea Company,
No. 25 cast Baltimore-street, who, on the
opening of the entertainment, offered to con- ?
tribute the profits of his sales of tea and cof?
fee during the last four days of the week,
handed in $100 as the result of his kindly
offer. This gentleman also furnished a num?
ber of the tables with coffeo and tea during .
the week without charge. On Friday afternoon
a lady, apparently a stranger in tho city, as
she was entirely unknown to any of Ibo ladies
in the lunch room, partook sparingly of re?
freshments at one of the tables, and, oh leav?
ing, handed tho treasurer a fifty dollar green?
back, and refused any change. Many instances
are related of gentlemen paying five and ten
dollars for a dinner, ana declining to take
change. On the whole, the entertainments
were a decided success, and have doubtless re?
sulted in realizing a handsome amount toward
the noble charity of relieving the pressing
wants of the widows and orphans of tho South.
To the Editors of Che Daily News :
I am constrained to add my testimony to
that of your Savannah correspondent and state
that I too was induced by the advertisement in
your much valued journal to mail two dollars
and seventy-fivo oents to the address of one
George Meade, Racine, Wisconsin, for ono of
the "so-called" wonderful microscopes. I took
the precaution of registeriug my letter con?
taining the money, which was duly received
and acknowledged by this individual, aa his
receipt is now iu possession of the postmaster
here to that e?ect. Although nearly two
months have elapsed, and I have written to
him on tho subject, I have tailed to elicit any
intelligence of either money or microscope. I
therefore would caution'tho unwary to give no
credence to such new-fangled inventions to de?
fraud tho people. ORAO.
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THE SACBED CONCEBT last night, at the
Cathedral Chapel, was well attended, and
proved in every respect a success. Where the
programme as a whole was so well rendered, it
is difficult to say to what piece commendation
is most especially due. We may mention, how?
ever, that all who were present agreed that the
Ave Regina of Cherubim, and the Ave liar?a
ot Schubert were the gems of the entertain?
ment. ? handsome Bum was doubtless real?
ized in aid of the cb*oir fund.
COBONEB'S INQUESTS.-Coroner Whiting yes?
terday held three inquests, to wit: 1. Over the
body of William G. Early,, a white boy, about
eleven years old, who came to his death by ac?
cident. The facts were given in the NEWS of
yesterday; and the verdict was in accordance
with these facts. 2. Lu the case of Rebecca
Donohue, who died in the City Hospital,
Hampstead, under circumstances stated in
another part of to-day's NEWS. Donohue bas
been committed under a charge of murder.
3. Over the body of au unknown colored man,
found dead yesterday morning at the corner of
East Biy and Fraser's Wharf. Verdict of the
jury: The deceased came to his death through
some cause unknown lo the jury.
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Its attractiveness has been admitted in all
civilized communities, and the means of arti?
ficially improving its oondition and appear?
ance has caused considerably study, which in
some instances bas benn applied with much
succees. Our readers will see advertised in
our columns, by Messrs. Dowie & Moise, the
"Palmetto Hair Renewer," which has met with
immense salo, and proved itself well suited to
keep the hair in good condition and add to the
beauty of those who may use it.
FOOD FOB INFANTS AND INVALIDS.-The nu?
trition which may be most suitable for the use
of dyspeptics, or wbioh will improve the con?
dition of a patient whose stomachic powers are
of the moBt delicate nature bas long been
disideratum among physicians. The materials
which will paus through the process of diges?
tion with great comfort in eomo instances are
not by any means suitable to others. Derange?
ments and morbid conditions of the stomach,
arising from abuse or natural weakness, are,
perhaps, a mOi e fruitful source of trouble to
individu tis than any other single cause. An
article is advertised in this journal called
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itself wherever used to be a moat admirable
article for the use of thase who may need
strengthening diet, and one suited to all who |
m ay labor under intestinal derangements. This
superior preparation may bo had ac the estab?
lishment of Messrs. Dowie & Moise, in this
city, who will show to all interested the high?
est testimonials of the success of the article.
The latest and most effectual remedy for the cure
of debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor of the
liver, etc., is PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For
sale by all Druggists. tb
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sufTsring from these alarming symptoms to imme?
diately resort to a remedy that wUl strengthen the
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giving energy to tho liver, and relieving every symp?
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cheering and beneficial effeots are highly spoken of
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of time it has been before the public, or has won the
high endorsements accorded to thia excellent tonic.
Many other preparations, purporting to be correc?
tives and restoratives, have been intro meed, and
bavo perished one by one, while the popularity of J
HOSTJtTTER'S STOMACH BITTEB8 continues to
Increaso, and is now recognized as a standard house
bold medicine. The success which attends the use
of the Bitters evinces at once Its virtues bi all caaes
ot debility and diseases of tho stomach. Cer?fieatei,
Edmoit without number, have been published, attest?
ing its truly miraculous power in removing those
painful and fearful disease;. And at thia time lt
loems idle to do more than rall attention to the great
remedy of the age, in order to awaken public atten?
tion to lu excellence. It is the only preparation of j
the kind that ls reliable in all oases, and it is there?
fore worthy of the consideration of th? afflicted.
January 9u 0
PLANTERS AND GARDENERS
ELLERBE'S PLANT TRANSPLANTER,
(Patented October IC, 1866),
BY WHICH SURPLU9 PLANTS OF COTTON,
Corn, or of any plant may be transplanted in
thu same time that the soil can be replanted, with?
out disturbing the fibrous roots. At
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE k SEED STORE,
No. 140 Meeting-street, opposite Psvilion Hotel.
Charleston, S. C.
January 17 Itu 3mos
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
Agricultural Implements, &c.,<fcc.
PLANTERS, FARMERS, AND TBE TRADE
GENERALLY supplied with PURE SEEDS oi
au varieties, Crop of 18B7, caroiully selected from thc
best ano most reliablo seed growers in New x ork,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut Ail
SEEDS warranted to be pure and fresh, and of the
PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, AND
HORSE HOES OF EVERY VARIETY.
SEED PLANTERS AND FODDER CUTTERS
IMPROVED CHILLED IRON CORN MILLS,
FOR PLANTATION USE, DURABLE
WASHING MAC HI NES, &c, &c.
INGERSOLL'S HAND POWER COTTON PRlisS,
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 MEETING-STREET,
Opposite PaviUon Hotel, Charleaton, S. C.
January 2 thmSnaos
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLOR?
ENCE, S. C., offers an excellent medium to
Merchants and ethers who wish to extend their
business in the Pee Dee section of tho State. Rates
of advertising very reasonable. September 16
CITY OF CHARLESTON BELLS WANTED BY
HOLMES k MAC BE i H, Brokers,
January 23 1 No. 36 Broad street
(??rtiprj ano /urnisjjinn, WooU.
TO THE CITIZENS
BARGAINS IN CLOTHING !
IN DRESS FROCKS-?
TIES, Sec., ?co.-en
NOW IS THE TIME, WITH A LITTLE MONEY,
to secure the BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND FUR?
NISHING GO. iD3.
Do not purchase before you examine the STOCK
AMUR, WILLIAUS i PARKER.
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
Ko. 3 70 Kin G - 9 TREBT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Kentucky State Lottery,
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managars.
Lilt EAT SCHEME ON HAVANA PLAN.
To be drawn on Friday, January 31st, 1868, under
the supervision ot three sworn Commissioners.
CAPITAL FBIZE 850,0001
78"> Prizes 1 9230,030 to be distributed!
Whole Tlekets, $12; Halves, $6; Quarters, $3;
Draws every day at Covington, Kentucky. Tickets
fr m $1 to $10; ?hares In proportion. Prizes from
$20 to $3C,O0O.
Supplementary Plan so popular in aU the Northern
Buyers choose their own numbers.
Tickets from 26 cents and upwards. _
Address orders to H. T. PETERS,
Managers' Agent Office,
No. 90 Haacl-strcet, Charleston, 8. C,
January 13 Imo
Prnfls, Cljenwals, (Cte.
ITS CONSTITUENTS. THE BICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat and Barley Malt, being
scientifically prepared ready for uso,this food by an?
alysis is tho same in its chemical elemente BB
HEALTHY BREAST MILK, and ls the easiest of di?
gestion and assimilation of all nourishments for
Children, Invalids and Dyspeptics. It has been
tried by the physicians of Charleston, an 1 is recom?
mended and proscribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS CO il S J OC&,
No. 67 Cortland-street, New York.
DuWIh dc MOISE,
thBtu6u:os Charleston, S. C.
For the Handkerchief.
''HIGHT BLOOMING CERED!"
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND
FRAGRANT PERFUME, DiatLUed from tho
Rare and Beautiful Flower from which it takes
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ABE FOB PHALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WHIN & CO.
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
[TOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OB Alii
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WHETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
PLLMONM) ELIXIR SPECIFIf
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOB
Us wonderful restorative and cur?ttve qualities,
tinder its stimulative influence, and by Ita pen?
etrative agency, this health invigoiating cordial ex?
cites a general beneOcial reaction, and disperses the
Impermeable obstructions which prevent accesB to
sther remedies. While gradually reducing the ac
:ompanyinff constriction which attends the malady,
lt reproduces the essential warmth and elastio vigor
sf the respiratory vessels, which, by this remedial
jombinatiur., promotes the healing process by which
relief and cure is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
kind aro employed in thisPulinonic Compound, and
the most assiduous attention given to the quality
and medical value of each component article which
constitute it, it is confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its salcty and reliability, without
restriction in generous, wholesome diet, or appre?
hension of renewed cold from its effects.
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress,
Mrs. CECILIA RODKIGUES, northwest corner of
MEETING AND SOCIETY-STREET*, and at the
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Requires immediate attention, and should bc checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of thc Langs, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
ls often thc result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCIS
Having a direct influence to the ports, give Imme?
diate relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca?
tarrh, Con ?um pt l vc and throat Ul.rases,
Troches are used with always good success.
Singers and Public Speakers use them
to olear and strengthen the voice.
Obtain only '.Baowx'a BBONCHIAL TBOCHES," and
do not take any of the Worthless Imitations that may
be offered. For sale by
AROWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Bot?J.
October 28 mwJamo
Ba ron, Butter and Lard.
BY lt. ? A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS HAT, th 3 23d Inst., will be sold before oar
store, "at thrt e-quarters past 9 o'clock, to aloa?
900 BEIGH : BACON SHOULTERS
200 Bright 1 lacon Sides
150 Bagged Hams
SO tubs Br tter
15 kegs Le if Lard.
Conditions CE ih, January 33.
Butter, Strips, Shoulder*, Lard and Ham*.
Bl T. M. CATER.
WhT be sold TB IS DAT, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
f 160 flrkica ind tubs BUTTER -
30 bbls Sb ipa
8 bbls Sh raiders
60 tuba Li td
60 boxes I nglish Dalry and Pineapple Cheese.
Condition! cs th. January 33
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.,
WUl sell, in frc nt of their Store, at Ho. 38 Vendue
Bange, at 9>i o'clock AM., TBIS DAT,
30 Arkins COSHES BUTTER
15 firkins ; .ard
3000 ms. bug sr-cured Strips
5000 lbs. Sm ill S. C. Pig Hams
3030 lbs. 8. (I. Pig Shoulders
-Boxes Codfllsh, to,_January 33
Strips, Hams, Shoulden, $c.
JIFFORDS & CO. 53
WUl selL THE DAT, in front of their fiore, at 9%
6000 lbs. oToioe S. C. STRIPS
31 bbls. tholes S. C. Pig Hams
16 bbls. ihoice S. C. Pig Shoulders
8 hhds. bright Baltimore Shoulders
30 firkin i choice Leaf Lard
10 tierce i pure Leaf Lard
20 sacks prime Rio Coffee
75 boxet Adamantine Candles
300 boxei Herrings
26 boxei E. D. Cheese.
B? WM. GURNEY,
Will be sold, IHIS DAT, In front of my store, No.
102 East Bay,
Terms ?sh. January 33
Clothing, Hardware, ?rc.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'olook, I win sell at my
atore, corner of King and Liberty streets,
AN INVOICE OP CLOTHING, Just reserved by
ooitsrjsxiHo or :
200 pieces 1 weed. Doeskin and Satinet PANTS
130 Caadme re and Saunet Business lacks, Coats
50 Extra Si ck Co its
30 Fine Clc th Frock Coats
36Harrieo;i Salts, L. B. and Belknap Shirts,
Neck Ties, ll. rino Under Shirts and Drawers, <ko,
Balance of 1 a voice of TABLE AND POCKET COT
LEBT, to clot e consignments.
On FRIDAY I will sell
100 cases Bj >OT3 AND SHOES. January 28
Dry Goode, Oil Cloth Covert, ire.
BY JOHN G. M1LN0R & CO.
THIS DAT, 13d inst, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell,
at ou- Store, No. 135 Mse ting-street,
BLACK Cs SS MERES, Printed Satinets, Bleach?
ed and Brov n Sheetings, Shirting Stripes, Fancy
Plaids, Liuen Diaper, Madras and Printed Handker?
chiefs, Coun terpains. Oil Cloth Table Covers,
Women's Wh ito BOBO. Men's Brown and Mixed Half
Hose, Suspoi der?, Cassim ere Pants, otc, ?tc.
Conditions cash. January 33
Estate Sile-By Or dir of the Executor.
BY I. S. E. BENNETT.
On WEDNE ?DAT, the 6th February, 1868, I will
sed, at ll t 'clock, at the Old Poetoffice, corner ot
East Bay s ad Broad streets,
1 he follow lng PIECES OF VALUABLE PBOPEB
TT, belongil g to an esta e, and aold by order of the
1st That idgh and dry LOT OF LAND, located at
the northwest corner of East Bay and Minority
streets, mcaiurirg forty (40) feet front by one hun?
dred and twi nty (120) feet in depth, be the same more
3d. That I OT OF LAND, with Tenement Building
thereon, located at the northeast corner of Middle
and Mlnorli j streets, known ee Noa. 6 and 8. The
Houses cont am four rooms each, with brick kit -hons
and commit: iding good rents. The entire Lot meas?
ures forty ( 10) feet front by eighty (80) feet deep,
more or leas.
3d. That LOT OF LAND, with buildings thereon,
located on t e east aide of King-street, between
Broad and '.'redd streets, and known as No. 68. The
Bouse contins six upright rooms, with attics, small
room, plaza v, pantry and private stairway. The out?
buildings ai e ample, lncludina a large brick oven.
The front s.ore is now being used as a bakery. The
Lot measur ? thirty (30) feet front by two hundred
and forty-o io (241) feet deep, be the same more or
I wi l seU at the same time and place,
PEW No. 80, north Aisle of St Philip's Church.
Conditio! ?-One-half cash; balance by bond and
mortgage o ' the property, with interest semi-annual?
ly, payable ic one and two years; buildings to be
kept insure 1 and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay
me for oil receisary papers and stamps.
The Pew will be sold for cash
January: 3 33,38,febS,6
LEAH PENCIL C0MPM?
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
W MESALE SALES RODI
NO. 3* JOHN STREUT, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GBADES OF LEAD
PEllOll.S ot superior quality are manutte
tunid and offered at fair terme to the Trade.
Thu public are invited to give the AMERI?
CAN LEAD PENCIL the prefereaee.
THE PENCILS AXE TO BE HAD AT ALL
1'Ha PBIKOIPAL STATIONERS AND
Nix ION DEALER?.
ASK FOB THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL."
SHE! "FIELD SCIENTTFIO 80HOOL, )
XNQiNixRiNa D xr?ST mer, j
YALE COLLXOE, November 16, I860. )
I have ilways recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pen. ?ls as the only pencils fitted for both or?
namental and mathematical drawing; but, after a
thorough trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pen?
cils, man ular tu red by the American Lead Pencil
Company, New York, I find them yiiperior to any
pencil in uso, even to the Faber or the old English
Cumbarlt.nd Lead Pencil, being a superior pencil for
sketching, ornamental and mechanical drawing, and
all the OP Unary uses of a lead pencil.
These j ?neils ara very finely graded and have a
very ii no J th lead; oven the sottest pencils hold the
point well; they are all that can be desired in a pen?
cil. It gives me greet pleasure to be able to assure
Americans that the; wUl no longer be compelled to
depend upon Germany ot ney other foreign market
Professor of D rawing, tc.
ALL pritciLs ABE rr A vcr-ZD :
jfO" "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. X"
None petiuine without fie exact name of abe
firm ; lo ak to lt_December 13
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by Hie TRENCH MEDICAL FAOUL'i Y as the only
safe and Infallible amul?te against infection from
Special Diseases. Thia in vu ins nie preparation is
Bui ted for either sex, and has proved, from ampio
experience, the most efficient sud reliable Preven?
tive ever discovered, thus effecting a desideratum
long sought for in the Medical World. It used ac?
cording to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application wUl radieally
neutral .zo the venereal virus, expel aU impurities
from th e absorbent vessels, and render contamina?
tion im possible. Bo wise In time, and at a very am all
outlay, save hours ol untold bodily and mental tor?
Thia moat reliable specific, so universally adopt?
ed lu tl ie Old World, is now offered for sale for the
first tine in America by F. A. DOPOBT lt CO.,
only authorized Agents for the Urlted States.
Prk? S3 per bottle. Large bo' de, double size, $5.
The usual discount to th: trade. Sent, se
surely packed, on receipt of price, to any address,
with directions andpamphl? n, uy addressing to
.7. L D CPO RT ft CO.,
Sole Agents /cr Dr. Ri cord's P. L,
May M lyr No. W Gold Street New York.
jL-iumsm1 niMii',iui?^.jaiiwiH sugnaaniE
THIS GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
19 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60
pet' year, tn advance. Advertisements Inserted
at ustu.1 rates. G. E. ELFORD,
Maj 10 Editor and Proprietor,
No. 23 Vfn Jue Range.
Will sell IBIS CAT. 33d ii ist, at 10 o'clock,
1 LARGE IRON SAFE, iHOW CASES, 1 lot
Sashes, Blinds, Shutters, Doo -s, Counters, 8 Sowing
Machines, lot Tinware, crockery, Glass Jars, Scales,
Pots, Ovens, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Crib and Mat?
tresses, Chairs. Tables, Se., Ac,
1 Batte iu, with Sails, Oars, ko., etc.
DRY GOODS, Ready-male Clothing, Fans?
Goods, tc., to_ . January 33
Estate ?sale of a Valuable Plantation in Christ
Church Parish, Dwelling and Vacant Lots.
BY Z.B. OAKES.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 23d instant, at ll o'clock,
s at the Old Post ornes.
AU that valuable PLANTATION in Christ Church
Parish, within sight of and opposite to the dry,
known as Remley's Point Plantation, containing, in?
cluding marah land, between 600 sod 603 acres, 100
or more of which are now cleared and under culti?
vation, the remainder in wood. Thia land produces
the finest cotton, as weU aa provisions of all kinds.
On the place ls a comfortable dwelling, besides
barn, stables and laborara' quarters.
The weU finished three-storr BRICK DWILLING,
No. 1 sooth side Society-street, containing 8 rooms.
On the premises are all necessary outbuildings, cis?
tern and wall of water. Lot 86 feet front and 100 feat
A vacant LOT. north side Calhoun, weet of Alexan?
der-street, measuring 80 leel Iront and 163 feet deep. '
Conditions-One-fourth caih; balance in throe
equal annual instalments, wi LT interest at 7 percent., .
payable semi-annually. Dwelling to be kept Insured
and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for papen
and si amps._ January 23
Desirable Building Lot? at Auction.
BY SAMUEL C. BLACK,
Broker and Auctioneer, No. 98 Brosul
THIS DAY, 23d instant, st ll o'clock A. M., will .
be sold, at the ole: Postofflce,
THE FOLLOWING DESIRA ULE B CiL DING LOTS, -
That SPACIOUS LOT OF LAND, on north ride of
Calhoun-street, immediately opposite East Bay
street, measuring in front on Calhoun-street 121 lest
6 inches by 331 feet deep.
LOT OF LAND, on south side of Charlotte-etxeet,
midway between Washington and Alexander-streets,
measuring 40 feet front on Charlotte-street by 214 -
That small but pee ul laxly weU located LOT OF
LAND, on northwest corner ot Meeting-street and
Borlbeck's Alley, measuring 16 feet front on Moet
lncr-streel, 88 feet on Horlbect's Alley, and 33 feet on
AU that LOT OF LAND, on north ride cf Bhort
etreet (second lot east of Frai iklin-street). measuring
64 foet front on Short-street hy 126 feet, more or
less, in depth.
Conditions-One-half cash : balance in one year,
with interest from date, sncured by mortgage of
property. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
January 33 ratha
A Desirable King-street Store, corner King and
W.T. LEITCH ?Sc R. S. BBUN8,
Auctioneers, Bio. 35 Broovd-street.
W1U bs IOII 1 st Auction TO-MORROW, 24th inst, st
the Old Poatofoce. at ll o'clock, ? 1
THAT NEW AND DESIRABLE BRICK STORE,
situated at the southwest ? orner of King and'Clif?
ford's Alley, known as No. 141. The Lot measures
nineteen feet front.ty one I undred and forty-throe
'feet deep, more or leas. It ls bounded on the north *
by i liff, rd's Alley, west by Iscds of W. Heine,ead
south by landa of W. Heine, and east by Klng-etreet
Terms-Purchaser to aw ume < oud and mortgage
for $3900 In gold, or its equivalent, payable in four
years, with Interest payable semi-annually (interest .
already paid to 16th December, 1867), ba ance to be
paid in cash. Building to l>e insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay State and city taxes for -
1868; also, to pay us for papers.
January 23 " _
Molasse ! Molasses II
J. B. E. S LO AV, Auctioneer..
On TUESDAY next, the 28th Instant, wUl bs sold, on
Brown & Co.'s Wharf, alongside the schooner "
"Mary Munroe," from Mitaiizas (Cuba),
103 bhds. SWEET NEW CROP < LA YEO MOLASSES
28 tierces Sweet New Crop Clayed Molasses
63 hhda. Bright Muscovado Molasses--superior
8 Heroes Bright Muscovado -Molasses- superior
60 barrais Bright Muscovado Molasses i superior
Terms-AU sums under $600, cash; above that
amount, SO days for approved city endorsed note. .
??Augusta daily papem wiU insert till Monday,
aiid send bills to J. B. E. Sloan.
January 33 _
Thomas Pinckney, executor Elizabeth P. Pinck
ney vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A bill to
Account, to Marshal Assets and for Belief.
BY T, A. WHITLEY,
WUl be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at tho old Customhouse i, on TUEtDAY, the 4th
day ol February, 1868, at ll o'clock, AM.,
AU those two adjolnmj fine c Ot TON and BICE
PLANTATIONS, known aa "Timothy" and "Towns?
end," tracts belonging to the estate or MJ S. Eliza tie th
P. Pinckney deceased, situated ou the Aanepoo
River, about two miles trcm the ferry, on the baltka
hateble road, Collcton l> etiler. These Plantations
offer rare inducements to capitalista who may wish
to engage in the culture o? Cotton or Bice, as they
con iain 63J a ree ot Cotton land a. d 180 acres of
Rice land, b th ezcehVn. quality. The Rice landa,
owing to the fine faculties tor drslnsg?, are aomlra
bly adapted to the cultivation ot thu step]?, cn I
these places are a Dwemnt^ouse.Eltchen, very'largs
Barn. Co rub cu :c, fine .-table, and BL van or tight ?
ser Tints' houses.
A Plat ot the same can be seen st the office of T.
A Whitney, No. 7 i ranklin-street.
Terms-Coo-third cash; balance on a credit of one
and two years, secured by bond and mortgago of tba
tho premises. Purchaser to pay tor papers.
. ?. SILKES,
January 18 _ C. E. C. P.
UNDER DECRUE IN EQUITY.
Angel VJ. Angel.
On THUR 3D A ?, tho 6 th February next, at ll o'clock, s?
will be sold, at thr old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north side
or Tradd-strset, in this dry, being part of a Lot for?
merly bought by S rmi E Axson, deceased, of Wm.
Logan, measuring in front 66 te. t 6 inches, more or
lass, and in depth 170, more or leas. Bounding,
south onTradd-street, eau on land of Jervis H. slo?
vens and Bobt. Turnbull, north on land Of R, lorn* 5 5
bull, and west in land of John Simpson.
Terms-One-third cash; balsnci-in one, two sad
three years, secured by bond or pm aha ser and mois?
gage ot the premises. Parchaser to pay lor papers
and stamps. J.W.GRAY,
January 16 th4 _Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Lucas vs. Prioleau et al.
WUl be sold, under the direction of the undersign?
ed, at the Old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the .
4th dsy ot February, 1363, at lt AM., " L??...
AU that 1R ACT OF LnND, in St Thomas' Parish,
Berkeley District, cont?hiing 3947 seres, the tame
being composed of two I rae's, ono ot weich, coa-/,
laming aoout lOuO acres, was granted to Su:au Cum- ""'
bola 1861; and the other, con; alni aa 2947 66 100
acres, more particularly delineated on a plat of
Northampton, made by Charte^ Parki r, Surveyor, on
llth March, 1848.
Terme-One-third cash; balance payable in four
equal successive annual instalments, secured by
bond and mortgage 0.' the uremia es, with interest
from day of sale, payaolu annually. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. J A ME s TUPPER,
January 16 thSrul Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EttUITY.
South Carolina Society vs. Ball.
WUl be Bold, under the direction of the undordgned,
at the Old Customhouse, on TU sDAY, tho ita
day of February, 1866, at ll A M.,
AU that LOT OF LA> D situate in the Parish of St.
Phi ip's, in thia city, Ute asme being part and parcel !
of a certain Lot known md distinguished in the Plan
of Charla ton by the Number 135, measuring on the
north Une thereol 130 ti et 6 ii chis; on the south Une
thereof 182 feet, more or leas; and on the east sad
west lines thereof 146 'let 6 inches each,, be th' same
more or les?; bounding to the north on ands of
Thornes Bennett; to the south on BuU-street; to the
east on Lynch-street; md *o the west on lands of
Thomas Gr.nee Simons, and on othi.r Unas of the
said Thomas Benn. tt.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two, three
sud four years, secured by bond or bonds of pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with Interest
from day of sale, rajablo semi-annually; buildings
to be Insured and polu y assigned. Purcba-er to pay
for papers and stamps. JA MES TUPPER,
January 16 UtStul Master in Equity.
.THE IRISH CITIZEN."
NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
Proprietor and Editor.JOHN MX1CHEL.
I?MEST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY.
! the 13th of October, 1867.
Terms by the year.9S.C0
Terms for half year. L60
Terms foi four months. LOO
Clubs of 10 In the usualpropw-on.
Advertisements to be forwarded ?nmediately, se
as to be duly cUeiiflc?.
Address, JOHN MTTCHFL,
Office ot the Irish Citizen, -
No. 31 Barclay street, New York. ,
Say t sm ber BO
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