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^ Meetings This Day.
Relief Loan Association, at 7 P. M.
KepnbUcaa Party, at 7 p. M.
Young Mon's Christ ian Association, at half-past
7 P. M._
UNITED STATES COURT.-There was no pro?
ceedings yesterday, and no court will bc held
until Monday morning.
THE Ci!".vrKST YET,-The NEWS Job Of.:ce is
now printing bill-heads In thc best style and on
fine paper, at $250 per thousand. Merchants. thiuU
Tnt: LEOPARD BOY MADE TO CHANUK HIS
SroTS.-One of the curiosities in thc collection of
living wonders at thc Market nail is an Albino,
who is curiously mottled. Some CQlored philan?
thropist, thinking that Lincoln's ?mancipation
proclamation was not as familiar as household
woe's to the Leopard youth, had him taken from
thc custody of the showmen and charged them
with kidnapping him from thc coast of Africa.
This was easily disproved by the showmen, and
thc spotted boy wai returned to those spots
where he held sweet communion with the fat girl
and the monkeys.
HE-DEDICATION OP TRINITY CHUIJCU.-This
place of worship, which has recently been re?
paired and modernized, will be solemnly rc-dedt
cated tOnlay, thc venerable Bishop George K.
.Pierce, or Georgia, Bishop IV. M. Wightman, of
Stoutii Carolina, and thc Kev. l>r. Whitefoord
Smith, of Wofford College, assisting thc pastor.
Thc morning sermon will bc preached by Uishop
Pierce, that in thc afternoon by Uishop Wightman,
ami Dr. Whitefoord Smith will preach at night.
Bishop Pierce is now in thc city, and is a guest of
his brother in-law. L. Gambriii; Esq., at No. S
Meeting street, where he will be pleased to see
DECISION OF TUE MAYOR'S COURT-A CAR
DRIVER FINED.-The case of Mr. J. II. Stratton,
the driver of car No. 7 ou the King street linc, who
was arrested by Captain Hendricks for alleged in?
terruption or his martial display, was concluded
yesterday. A number of witnesses were present,
who testified thawtlie horse was on a trot and the
car .would have rim Into their ranks. This was
denied by the opposition, but as the police were
persistent in their assertions to the contrary, thc
Mayor decided in their favor, and Mr. Stratton
was fined $10. The right or way was conceded by
the Legislature to the City Railway but the right cr
extortion is pecullarlyjhe province ofCouncil aud
the Mayor's Court.
STATECSNno RSE M E NT OF RAILROAD BONDS.
The Columbia Phoenix says: "Many years ago,
the State of South Carolina endorsed the bouds of
the South Carolina Raiiroad Company to the
amount of ?2,800,000 sterling. Wc learn that the
bonds have matured and been all arranged for.
The guarantees of the State, being no longer
needed, we learn that in accordance with the
wishes or the company, the Legislature will re?
peal the old act, and thus arrange loathe surren?
der and canceling or the old bonds. This action
or thc Sonth Carolina Railroad company is most
opportune, as it is calculated to enhaucc thc
^rlce of State securities, anil gives evidence of a
return toward its good old times of prosperity."
PARTICULARS OF TUA LOSS OP THE SCHOON?
ER GEORGE AND MARY, FOR THIS PORT.-The New
York Ilerald, or Wednesday, h03 thc following:
The schooner George and Mary (new,) 160 tons,
of Calais, from New York for Charleston, was to?
tally wrecked on Cape Lookout shoals, 8th Instant.
All hands were saved and reached New York yes?
terday morning. The O. aud M. left New York
December 29th, with a cargo or bone dust, and on
thc 2d instant encountered a hurricane from S.
3. E., during which lost Jib and split foresail; hove
to and reeled mainsail, vessel laboring heavily
and shipping large quantities ol water, filling
decks and cabin; it continued to blow heavily
until the 6th, driving th? vessel 180 miles east or
Hatteras. On the 8th had a gale from N.W.; made
Cape Lookout light, apparently about fifteen miles
off, but owing to a mist or vapor between them
and the light, it was actually only seven or eight
miles distant; kept the lead going, bur c"uld not
touch bottom with twenty fathoms, a*"i before
they had any Indications of bel?g near the shoals
the'vessel struck. At daylight on the 0th, wind
from N. E.. with a very heavy sea, which soon
bilged her and she settled into the sand, so that
at high water the sea broke over her twenty feet
high. The captain and crew were compelled to
seek safety in the rigging. At about 10 A. M.. the
steamship Champion, captain Lockwood, from
Charleston for New York, hove in sight, and alter
three hours' work succeeded In rescuing ttiejn
from the wreck and brought them to New York.
HAMLET.-The second performancVof "Ham?
let" drew a large and fashionable audience
to the Academy of Music last night. The cast
was much stronger than when the tragedy was
played last week, and if the hoarseness of Mr.
Warner could have been entirely removed, the
tout ensemble would have been all that could be
Mr. Warner (Hamlet,) played with even more
?pre and thought than when he first made the ac?
quaintance or a Charleston audience. His acting
was excellent throughout, aud he was warmly
and often applauded.
Of Miss Eldridge, as "Ophelia," we have
already spoken. Last night she carried the au?
dience with her, not less by her natural and un?
affected acting, than by her sweet looks.
One marked feature or thc evening was the
"Polonais" or Mr. Parker. The galt, voice and
mako-up or the "prating old man" were wantlug
in no particular. We doubt if a better "Polonius"
has ev er been seen on the Charleston boards.
Mr. Fannln played thc unattractive, but im?
port a ot part of the King, and added much to the
happy balance or the whole.
Mr. O'Neil was very impressive as "the Ghost,"
and the minor characters were well filled.
Admirable order was maintained during the
?vening, and the rapt attention ot thc audience
.showed their deep interest in the tragedy. When
the curtain foll, Mr. Warner was called before the
ourtain and bowed his acknowledgments.
To-night the grand tragedy or Macbeth, which
bas been in preparation foi a week past, will be
produced >>ith a po wer fol cast, and aU the famous
witch scenes. Miss Preston, who was sent for
specially for this occasion, will personate Lady
Macbeth. The weird mtreic of Locke will be given
by the orchestra, under thc lead of the accom?
plished Professor Withers.
St i.<AR FROM SORGHUM.- The war gave the I
first impetus to thc cultivation of thc Chinese su?
gar cane or sorghum, but all the Ingenuity of
t hat period railed to solve the problem or trans?
forming the 6yrup into sugar. It was known
that the syrup was capable of granulation, but
Repeated experiments failed to produce this
wlshcd-for result, and lt was only recently that
the discovery was made. Messrs. Passmore A
Wilhelm, or Greenville, are the agents for this
State, and their extensive sugar works have been
visited by a large number or persons, who have
testified to the success of the operation. Dr.
Passmore ls at present in this city, and has exhi?
bited the precess to a number of visitors at the of?
fice or Mr. F. G. Cart, the agent for Charleston.
The ne tr process subjects the cane to a treat?
ment that removes everything except the saccha?
rine matter. This is placed In large vats, where
granulation soon sets In, and the syrup ls In a
proper condition for the mill. The latter ls con?
structed on the simplest principles, and is capa?
ble or being worked with any pov jr. The ma?
chine on exhibition In this city is worked by
hand, the motive power being two Africans, who
by turning a crank, revolve a cylinder in which
the syrup isponred. A cone rises in the centre
of the cylinder, and the syrup being poured upon !
lt while In rapid motion, the centrifugal force j
earrles it to the sides or the cylinder, which j
are of fine gauze wire, and the atmos* :
pherlc pressure forces the syrup through ?
the tiny meshes and leaves the sugar coated
against the sides. The cylinder makes sixty
revolutions to one turn of the crank, and on thc
.small machine at Mr. Cart's office fifteen pounds
of fine, clearly granulated sugar were made in
two minutes. The process was witnessed by a
number of persous yesterday, and It ls now a
wcU established fact, that sugar can be made
from sorghum, and the cultivation of tht3 pro
diet ls calculated to add largely to the agri?
cultural wealth of our State.
SUPREME COURT-*COI.UMBIA, JANUARY 13.
Thc court mer. ut 10 A. M. Present-Chief Justice
Moses and Associate Justice Willard.
The case or William R. Burgess, plaintitl* in
error, vs. William R. Carpenter, defendant in
error, was. on motto?, ordered to be docketed.
Thc ease ol' William H. Smith et al, pteiutlUS in
error, vs. Adams, Frost & Co., et al, defendants
In error, was, on motion, restored to the docket.
Tiic case of s. B. downey, ft ft P., vs. James
Cathcart et al. was resumed. Mr. Rion in reply?,
hi thc case of Moses P. .Sanders and wife vs.
Robert Rogers, trustee, Mr. Marilee was heard
for appellee. Mr. Warley In reply.
The cases or Robert lt. Kosborofigh ct al ads.
James M. Rutland, Robert R. Rosborough vs.
.lames M. Rutland et al, and Robert lt. Ros?
borough ads. James M. Rutland, were heard
together. Mr. w. F. DcSaussure mr appellants.
Mr. Rion for appellees.
LIVING CURIOSITIES AN? MONSTROSITIES.
Thc Hibernian Hall was well attended last night
by visitors to thc distinguished Individuals who
are holding levees at that place. Miss Auna
Swann and Mons. Joseph, thc giant and giantess,
arc Tully worthy of that title, as they tower head
and shoulders above common humanity, and
make thc beholder painfully conscious of his own
littleness. Thc giant ls of French extraction, and
is over eight Icet high. Miss Swann, of Nova Sco?
tia, i3 about the same heighr, and thc gigantic
pair weigh lour hundred pounds each. Thc beau?
tiful Circassian, "so-called," is a decided curiosi?
ty. The Australian children are perhaps thc
great reaturc of the skow, as they are ccrtaiuly
unlike auy children ever seen in this section of
thc globe, and are remarkable for the slae and
shape or their heads. Thc exhibition' is all that lt
promise"?, and is certainly to Hie curious fully
worth thc price of admission.
CRUMBS.-There was a lively demand yester?
day for tickets to Manager Ford's benefit on Mon?
day night, and a large number of reserved scats
have been secured.
Thc rooms of the Widows' Home, Rroad street,
will bc open to-day from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M., when
the rink will be exhibited, and Taney articles ot?
tered ror sale.
The sweeps are indignant that those not In their
sooty line should reap the benefits or the prores
8km, and some poachers on their preserves have
been sent to the Workhouse as vagrants.
Thc position of naval store inspector Is again
thc subject of controversy, but thc Legislature
seems willing to lake the ball by thc horns.
Interesting Sabbath, school exercises will be
held in Zion Presbyterian Church, Calhoun street,
to-morrow evening. A valuable library will bc
presented to the school, and addresses made by
the Rev. J. L. Girardeau and Mr. G owan.
The warm weather of thc past few days culmi?
nated in a rain at 12 o'clock last night.
THE GRAND BBNEPIT to be given by thc citi?
zens of Charleston to Manager Ford, on Monday
night, promises to be a remarkable success. The
fine old comedy "Much Ado About Nothing" will
be brought out In carcrul and elaborate style. Thc
most acute and learned or the commentators of
Shakespeare have agreed in pronouncing this
play to tie one of the most perfect creations of his
mighty genius. Indeed, lt would be in vain to
look for two more highly finished specimens
of sprightliness and wit than arc embodied In the
characters of Benedick and Bea'.ricc; and then,
again, Dogberry, wjiose very name has passed
into an aphorism, the type of a class; and Verges,
the superannuated echo or the "Jack in oflicc."
These characters alone form a collection at once
so varied and Inimitable, as to present an en?
during rrcshness on thc stage, while they arc the
delight and charm of the closet.
"Much Ado About Nothing" ls supposed to be
one of the later productions of the poet's pen
There seems Internal evidence In the finish and
discriminative style of the composition, to war?
rant this assumption. The gladiatorial display of
wit between Benedick and Beatrice, and the epi?
grammatic point or thc dialogue throughout, In?
dicate a taste refined by actual Intercourse with
educated and high-bred society, to which Shakes
pear had access only In the zenith of his poetical
There is not, perhaps, another of the numerous
plays of Shakespeare that affords such a special
example of his powers of Interesting an audience
by dramatio Incidents and beanty of language,
Independent of plot, as ls afforded in this comedy.
The chief agents of the story are Hero and Clau?
dio, and yet how little we think of these main fea?
tures, when compared with the Interest -excited
by the war of wit between thc subordinate actors,
Benedick and Beatrice, and thc incomparable
scenes In which Dogberry is concerned.
Even If there were no considerations of pride
and gratitude to stimulate thc attendance of our
citizens for such a performance, lt would be safe
to predict a crowded house. As lt is, wc sic glad
to know that quite a large proportion of the scats
have already been secured.
Wno MUST TAKB OUT LICENSES.-The follow?
ing ls a Hst of occupations for which licenses arc
required by Council to be taken out at thc City
Treasurer's oftl cc:
Agencies, other than licensed merchants.
Agencies, steamship and other vessel.
Agencies, other than ferry boar.
Agency or company, ferry boat.
Agents and collectors real estate.
Builders and ma?ter mechanics of every trade,
including barbers, employing from two to
Builder,, and master mechanics of every trade. In?
cluding barbers employing more than four
Billiard tables, (private.)
Billiard tables, (saloon.)
Bowling alley, (each alley.)
Boarding and housekeeping, other than sailor.
Boarding and housekeeping, sailor.
Broker, money and dealer In exchange.
Broker, commercial and produce.
Broker, real estate.
Broker, cattle, other than traders bringing.
Cattle for sale direct from the country.
Butchers, for each stall.
Contractors, Oiher than builders.
Cotton presses, each (steam.)
Cotton presses, each (hand.)
Companies, express baggage wagon, one horse.
Companies, express baggage wagon, two horse.
Dealers, retail in goods, wares and merchandise,
excluding distilled spirits whose annual sales
do not exceed $10,000.
Dealers, wholesale, excluding distilled spirits.
Dealers, liquor, wholesale.
Dealers, liquor, retail, who have taken out a
separate license for other business.
Dealers, liquor, barroom.
Factories, sash and blind.
insurance companies, local or agencies, for each
Job printing ofllce.
Junk shop, wholesale.
Junk shop, retail.
Lumber ponds not connected with lumber yards.
Merchants, commission or factors.
Papers, dally, each.
Restaurants where no liquor license ls taken out.
Sellers by sample or otherwise.
Street railway, each ear.
Soda water, manufacturers or bottled.
Soda water, manufacturer, selling from founts.
Soap and candle mannractorles.
Warehouse where storage is charged.
Carts, drays, wagons, and hacks, 1 horse.
Carts, drays, wagons, and hacks, 2 horse,
Omnibuses, coaches, and trucks, 2 horse.
Hotel .Arrivals-January IO.
John Vathacer, Pennsylvania; T. 0. Leland,
South Carolina: Robert Wade, Macon; A. Herman,
New York: C. II. Suber, John P. Kinard, New?
berry; Mrs. Dowell, North Carolina; J. \Y. Mont?
gomery, Newberry; L. Tompkins, New Jersey; J
IL Keeler, New York; J. S. Burr, Philadelphia; G.
C. Pilot, New York; Robert Hewett, Jr., Columbia;
Eugene Ivlns. Philadelphia; M. w. Manson, P. ll.
Little, New York; J. AV. Stanton, Columbia: J. \V.
Townsend, New Haven; Dr. J. W. Simpson, Miss
A. Y. Simpson, Miss M. M. J. Simpson, Miss L.
Simpson, Miss Laura Simpson, John N. Wright,
W. W. Simpson, Laurens; H. Haines, Memphis;
Theodore Bundol), D. A. Duprce, New York.
R. H. Kellahan, Kingstree: J. E. Fry, Sr., J. E.
Fry, Jr., C. C. and A. Railroad; It. H. Mound,
wife and three children, J. W. Marshall, Miss
Sallie Ronden, South Carolina; John Montgomery,
Newberry ; Wm. Ritchie, Jr., Captalu Wm. Wright,
New York; H. B. Hellman, Graham's Cross Roads;
John Hartwell, Philadelphia; S. N. Levin, West?
field, Mass.; A. B. Crane, Berkley, Mass.
H. L. Parker, Kalamazoo; Wm. Water, August.
Denny, August Wesweper, L. R. Learnt, L. C.
Pratt, New York; H. S. Taft, St. Helena; A. C.
Schaffer, Walterboro"; J. Yale, Rochester.
Extract from minutes of Meeting of
Town Council Of .Moult ric \ ilk .
At a regular meeting or the Town Councilor
Moultrlcviiie, held January io, is70, present his
Honor Honorable John M. Touhcy, Intendant;
Wardens', Captain Daniel Sinclair, Colonel C. H.
Simonton, James F. Slattery, Asher D. Cohen,
Dr. It. A. Muckunfus.*. Thc meeting being called
to order, the reading of the minutes or last meet?
ing were dispensed with. 'Hie following stand?
ing committees were appointed :
On Finance-B. A. Muck?nfuss and J. F. Slat?
on Public Property and streets-The Intendant,
er-n?h'io chairman, and Wardens Sinclair aud
On Lots-Wardens Cohen. Sinclair and Slat
A communication was received Oom John A.
Michel, Surveyor of Moultricvllle, proposing a plan
or survey and sta'ing the cost thereof. Received
as information. Thereupon the following resolu?
tions were unanimously passed:
limnlvpd, That thc duty of the surveyor is to
survey all such lots as may be designated by
Council, or by individuals already holding lots,
and that his remuneration shall be thc fees aris?
ing from said-surveys.
Resolved, That the foe for an official survey
shall be ten dollars-six dollars for the surveyor,
and Tour dollars lor the Council, aud that no cer?
tificate for new luis shall be issued until such foe
Rsolvcd. That no survey but the "official" shall
bc recognized by Council.
The following preamble Tind resolutions were
Whereat, The "/stand" is chiefly valuable as a
place of resort for health, and it is the first duty
of Council to provide and enforce wholesome san?
itary regulations. And, whereas, furthermore,
thc exea vated condition of many lots, causes the
water to become stngnant and unhealthy:
Re it resolml, That all persons owning or claim?
ing lots which have been excavated or upon
which earthworks have been raised, are required
to lill up such excavations and level said works.
All such lots not filled or levelled before thcfir.tt
day of March, next, to be takcn.chargc of by Coun?
cil, and the work done at tho expense of the per?
sons claiming or owning the same.
Thomas H. Calvert was continued as "Marshal,"
and salary fixed, and six special constables
appointed. ASHER D. COHEN,
Clerk of Council, pro tem.
BOOKS-FOI?RTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.-Cat?
alogue No. 22 will be found in to-day's issue. The
list will be changed once a week.
DAVIS' '-DiAUOltn," BKAUOKA9S, SUGAR
CURED HAWS, Ac., are advertised by William S.
Corwin, A Co., No. 27* King street. Also, the
celebrated Champagnes of Douche Fils A Co.
Green Seal, Heldsclck, and other popular brands.
GODET'8 LADIES' BOOK for February, at the
Hasd street Bazaar. Price 2?c. a copy.
THE COMBINATION of ingredients used in ma?
king '. Brown's Bronchial Troches" is such as to
give the best possible effect with safoty. The
Troches are used always with good success, and
are widely known as the best remedy for coughs,
oolds, throat diseases, and asthmatic troubles.
THB CALDER HOCSE.-Madame Gldlere, the
hostess of this popular and well-kept house, an?
nounces that she now has some very nice, large
rooms, suitable for families, which can bc obtain?
ed on reasonable terms.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.- THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business mau should have his card printed on his
pd-HIE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Mrs. Ann Burrell, and of her son, C. J.
Jones, are respectfully Invited to attend the Fun?
eral of her daughter, CHARLOTTE, on To-Mon
Row (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, at No. 4
Hudson street, without further invitation.
PS- A BODY AND MIND DISEASE.
Such ls dyspepsia. Thc stomach and thc brain
arc too Intimately allied for the one to stifler with?
out thc other, so that dyspepsia and despondency
arc inseparable. It may bc added, too, that Irri?
tation of the stomach is almost invariably accom?
panied by Irritation of the temper.
The Invigorating and tranquilizing operation of
IIOSTETTER'S BITTERS ls most powerfully de?
veloped in cases of indigestion. Thc first effect of
this agreeable tonic ls comforting and encourag?
ing. A mild glow pervades the system, thc
chronic uneasiness In the region of the stomach
ls lessened, and the nervous restlessness which
characterizes the disease ls abated. This Improve?
ment is not transient. It ls not succeeded by the
return of the old symptoms with superadded
force, as ls always the case when unmcdicated
stimulants are given for the complaint. Each
dose seems to Impart a permanent accession of
healthful Invigoration. But this Ls not all. The
aperient and nnti-bllious properties or the prepar?
ation arc scarcely secondary in Importance to its
tonic virtues, ir there is an overtlow ol bile the
secretion ls soon brought within proper limits,
and if thc biliary organ ls Inert and torpid lt ls
tuned and regulated. Thc effect upon the dis?
charging organs ls equally salutary, and in cases
of constipation thc cathartic action is just suffi?
cient to produce thc desired result gradually and
without pain. Thc BITTERS also promote healthy
evaporation from the surface, which ls particu?
larly desirable at this season when sudden spells
of raw, unpleasant weather are npt to check the
natural perspiration and produce congestlou or
thc liver, coughs ami colds. The best safeguard
against ull diseases is bodily vigor, and this thc
great Vegetable Restorative essentially promotes.
jaul 5 6n*c_
ps- NOTICE.-NO DEBTS CONTRACT?
ED by crew of thc British Ship SLIBVE BLOOM
will be paid by Captain or Consignees.
janl4 3_RAVENEL A CO.
ps- PROPOSALS FOR RENTING
SOUTH ISLAND PLANTATION, lately belonging
to the Estate of the late STEPHEN FORD, contain?
ing about 4400 acres, viz: About 700 acres Rice
Land and 3700 acres Highland, with buildings on
it, and near to the summer seashore residence.
Parties applying will state terms and number
of years they would desire to lease, with special
regard to cleaning the large and other canals,
and repairing and keeping in repair the banks,
trunks, Ac. Apply to
janis thstuO_LOWNDES A ORIMBALL.
ps- NO CURE, NO PAY.-FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAR for Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis. Sore Throat. Spitting
of Blood and Lung Diseases. Immediate relief
aud positive cure, or price refunded. 35 cents.
N. B.-Thc genuine article has yellow labels,
with white, uuprluted wrapper.
Sold by G. W. AIMAR, Agent,
Corner King and Vanderhorst streets.
n ov2S thstu3mo
fSf N O T I C E.-TRINITY CHURCH
will be rc-dedlcatcd To-Monuow, with the follow?
ing services: Bishop CEO. F. PIERCF, I). D., will
preach I tie opening Sermon at half-past 10 o'clock ;
Bishop Vi. M. WIGHTMAN, D. P., the Afternoon
Sermon, at half-past 3 o'clock-, and Rev. WHITE?
FOORD SMITH, D. D., will preach at Night,
nnarter.past 7 o'clock. Seats free. janis
^DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in thc Orphan's Chapel on SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, at hair-past 3 o'clock, by thc Rev. E. T.
WINKf.ER. D. P._janis
" p&* UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE
service will bc held in this church TO MORROW
MORNING nt ht.lf past io o'clock, and in the EVE
SISO at half-past 7. The Rev. R. P. CUTLER offl
ciating. Strangers are cordially invited to attend.
Subject for the evening discourse: "The Divine
Logos," or "Thc Word made Flesh." Janis
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months after date, application will be
made to the Court of Common Pleas for Charles?
ton county, or thc Judge at Chambers, for a Char?
ter Tor thc Clilcora Fertilizer Company. Janl BO
^-NOTICE.- THREE WEEKS AFTER
date, application will bc made to thc Planters'
and Mechanics' Bank for renewal of CERTIFI?
CATE, for Eleven (ll) Shares; and three months
from date to the Bank of Charleston for 13 Shares,
Uulon Bank 1 Share, and Gaslight Company for
12 Shares, standing in the name or "Thc Chair?
man or thc Vestry and rcrmancnt Fund of St.
Paul's Church, Radcliffoboroy'the originals being
lost or mislaid. dec?s iamo3
ps- TO PRINTERS.-IF YOU WANT
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print?
ing Material, Binding, Ruling and butting, go to
EDWARD TERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pS-VO BE RAFFLED, A VERY HAND?
SOME MUSIC BOX, valued at $300. It ls from
the best French Manufactory, plays ten airs from
thc various Operas, and has a Chime of eight
Bells attached, which can be used or not at pleas?
ure. One hundred and Arty chances at $2 per
chance. Thc public arc Invited to call and ex?
amine this rare Music Box at FORRESTON'S TOY
EMPORIUM, King street, opposite Reid street.
~ ps- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON.--The Coupons of the Guaranteed
Bonds of Alie Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
due 1st January, 1870, will bc paid on and after
isth Instant, al this Bank,
W. C. BREESE,
^MILHAU'S GOLDEN COD LIVER
OIL.-Pure and reliable, obtained from fresh and
healthy livers, and unsurpassed by any yet pro?
duced. Sold by all respectable druggists. ?
J. MILHAU'S SONS,
janl2wslmo No. 183 Broadway, New York.
pS^OFFlCE CHIEF OF POLICE,
MAIN STATlON-nOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
JANUARY 7,1870.-Thc attention o? all persons
concerned ls hereby respectfully called to thc
following Cilw OnUnance, which will be strictly
enforced on aud after this date:
Notice is particularly giveu, that all public balls
where tickets are sold, will be required to pay
License, as laid down in Section 2.
By order of the Mayor.
H. W. HENDRICKS.
Chief of Police.
AS ORDINANCE TO PIX THE TRICE OK LICENSE FOR
ALL PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS, 8UOWS, CONCERTS,
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen tn City Council assembled, That from
and after the pussagc of this Ordinance, every
public exhibition, entertainment, show, concert,
lecture, Ac, of any character or nature whatever,
which shall bc hereafter exhibited, represented,
acted or delivered in the City of Charleston for
gain, hire or reward, shall first receive a license,
and shall pay for the said license the sum or sums
hereinafter mentioned; provided, however, that
nothing herein contained shall prevent a liceuse
from being issued free of charge, for any such
public exhibition, cntertalnmeut, Ac, where thc
same may be In aid of or for thc benefit of auy
religious, charitable or literary society, or insti?
tution located in this city.
SEC. 2. That the price of license to be hereafter
paid for public exhibitions, entertainments,
shows, concerts, Ac, shall be follows, to wit:
For each and every circus, $25 per day.
For each and every menagerie, or other public
exhibition of a like character, the sum of $5 per
day for each and every day thc same may bc
For grand, operatic, and every other concert,
or public entertainment of like character, the
sum of $10 for each and every day thc same may
For panonsgias, paintings, workB of art or
mechanism, and all public exhibitions of like
character, thc sum or $10 for each and every day
the same may bc exhibited.
For lectures, Ac, and for each and every other
kind or public entertainment, or any character or
description whatsoever nothercinberorcspeclllcd,
such sum as may bc determined by the Mayor per
day, ibr each and every day thc same may bc ex?
hibited; except for theatrical performance by a
regularly established corps, which shall pay such
sum or sums as thc City Council may determine
on application to them.
For each public ball and festivity given lu the
SEC. 3. That each and every person who shall
open to the public any kind of entertainment, ex?
hibition, show, concert, Ac, without having ilrst
obtained a license as aforesaid, or without bav?
in/ paid the license fee as herein established, shall
be subject to a penalty of fifty dollars for each Hud
every dav thc same maybe so kept open, to he
imposed by the Mayor, and recovered in any
Court or competent jurisdiction, oue-hair or thc
said penalty to go to tho Informer, aud thc other
to the usc ?f the city.
SEC. 4. That each and every application for li?
cense, of whatever character or nature, shall
hereafter be immediately rcrerred by thc Clerk or
Council to the Mayor, who ls hereby authorized
to graut the same upon satisiactory proof that
the license rees have been deposited with the City
SEC. 5. That the Clerk or Council, upon the writ?
ten authority or the Mayor, shall Issue all licenses
widen may be granted, to be countersigned by
the Mayor. _jau710
pS- IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charles
ton Hotel, Charleston, S. C._decl4 Cmos
pS- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure or Decline In Premature
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De?
"There is no member of society by whom this
book will not be round userul, whether such per?
son holds thc relation of Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mail on receipt of flfiy cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DsF. CURTIS, Washington,
D. C. sept! lyr
pS- MEDICAL NOTICE. -PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the Genlto
Urinary Organs, will receive the latest scientific
treatment, by placing themselves under the care
or DR. T. BEENTSJERNA, Ofllcc No. 74 Hascl
street, three doors east from the PostolUce.
pS- JUST OUT.-CHERRY PECTO?
RAL TU?CIlES, superiors all others rorColds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manuractured by RUSHTON A CO., Astor nouse,
No more or those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Heyne
street. dec30 3mostitc
pS-TO CONSUMPTIVES. -THE AD.
VERTI SER, having been restored to health In a
lew weeks, by a very simple remedy, arter having
suffered several years with a severe lung affec?
tion, and that dreadful disease, consumption, ls
anxious to make known to lils fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy or the
prescription used (freo of charge,) with the direc?
tions for preparing and using the same, which
they will Hud a SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION,
ASTHMA, BnoNcniTis, Ac. Thc object of the ad?
vertiser In sending the Prescription ls to benefit
thc atllictcd, and spread information which he
conceives to bc invaluable; and he hopes every
sufferer Will try his remedy, a3 it will cost them
nothing, and may prove ablessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, -will please ad
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New York. nov0 3at03
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAM RS ADGER arc notified that she is discharg?
ing Cargo at Adger's South Wharf. Goods
uncalled for at sunset will remain on the wharf
at owners' risk. JAMES ADGER A CO.,
Bjanl51 _ Agon?a.
pS* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SEA GULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls Tni3 DAY discharging cargo at Tier
Ko. i, Union Wharves. All goods not taken away
at suusct will remain on wharf at consignees' risk.
pS* NOTICE,-ALL PERSONS" ARE
hereby cautioned against crediting any of the
Crew of thc British Bark YUMURI, as no debts of
their contracting will bc paid bj the Captain or
Agent. B. T. WALKER.
pS* PUBLIC SCHOOLS. - EXAMINA?
TION OF TEACHERS.-The Regular Quarterly Ex?
amination or applicants for the omcc or Teacher
in thc Public Schools, will bc held at the School in
St. Phillp street, near George, on SATURDAY, the
15th instant, commencing at 9 o'clock A. M.
Candidates arc requested to bc present punc?
tually at the appointed hour.
By order or the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
Janll 5 Secretary C. F. S.
ps* IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and *nil kinds or WRAPPING PAPERS, goto
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pS* NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, FIREPROOF BUILDING, CHARLES?
TON, S. C.. December 20, 1S69.-All persons Re?
tailing LIQUORS in the Couffty are hereby called
upon to take out Licenses for one year, from 1st
Every violation of the law relative to these Li?
censes will be prosecuted and tho pcnalty'strictly
enforced. F. LANCE,
dec23 Clerk Board C. C.
pS* GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO.
for WATER-PROoT TWEED OVER SACKS, lor
$5. . declS stuth
pS*HO MORE MEDICINE.-SEVENTY
thousand cures without medicine by DuBarry's
delicious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, Which
eradicates dyspepsia, indigestion, acidity, nausea,
vomiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, cough,
asthma, consumption, debility, constipation, dlar
rhoea, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver and
stomach complaints. It nourishes better than
meat, and saves, moreover, fifty times Its cost In
other remedies. Cure No. 68,413-"ROME, July 21,
1868.-The henlth ol thc Holy Father ls excellent,
especially since he has confined hlmseir entirely
to DuBarry's Food, and his Holiness cannot praise
this excellent rood too highly." Sold In tins or
one pound, $1 25; 24 pounds $18; carriage free.
Also, the REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, in one pound
packets, $1 50. Copies or cures sent gratis. Ad?
dress C. N. DuBARRY A CO., No. 163 William
street, New York, and at all Druggists and Gro?
cers. Janl 3mos
/SBTERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years rrom Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful Indiscretion, will, for thc sake or suffer
lng humanity, send free to all who need lt, thc re?
ceipt and directions Tor making the simple rem?
edy by which lie was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by tho advertiser's experience, can do so
by addressing, with perfect confidence, JOHN B.
OGDEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
(Eloping tinb ?nrmsliiiift, ?oobs.
?jyjEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
F l's K , CLARK 4 FLAGG,
No. 58 WHITE STREET, NEW YORK,
will be ready February 1st with New Spring
Styles, In their specialties, viz:
"PATENT PANTALOON DRAWERS"
. TRUE FIT SHIRTS"
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
LAPORTE'S PARIS KID GLOVES,
in all sizes and colors, for ladies and gentlemen
one of the largest stocks in America.
Will also bo landing, their Spring importation of
GAUZB, COTrON AND LISLE THREAD SHIRTS
AND HALF HOSE,
Which they will sell at GOLD VALUE.
jan!5 stu2 '_
GE LITTLE & CO
MENS' A BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
No. 213 King street,
NEXT DOOR TO TnE VICTORIA HOTEL.
Will offer to the citizens of Charleston aud the
public generally, their entire STOCK OFCOODS
for tho next thirty days, AT COST. Everything
to bc sold on thc One-Price System, from which
there will be no deviation. Those In need or any
thing in our linc, will please give us ac'ttll, and we
will convince them that wc are selling Clothing
cheaper t han any other establishment In this city.
Shirts aub ifnrnisl]iiig ?oobs.
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60LB AGENCY FOR '
THE CHAMPION BRACE,
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE.
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AT THE GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM !
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
?Urn?js, Oljemicnls, &t.
jyi. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots ana Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, anti can do no Injury to
It has been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-jive years as one of the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to thc suffcriug. If taken regularly and
persistently, it ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
thc bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chills, diseases of
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pains in
thc bowels, pain in thc head, fever and ague,
dropsy, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious] diseases
Prepared-only by J. H. ZEILTN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price $1: by mall $123.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO. *
DOWIE & MOISE,
janis slyr Charleston.
?piOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY. ?
CATALOGUE No. 22.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF FARADAY, by Dr.
Beuce Jones, 2 vols., 8vo. $12 50.
Sword and Pen; or, English Worthies In the Reign
or Elizabeth, by Waller Clinton. $2 50.
The Danie History of Scotland, by C. A. Maxwell.
$2 50; Thc Wars of England and Scotland, by
Maxwell, $2 50; English and Scotch Chivalry,
Tales Irom authentic Chronicles and Histo?
ries, by Maxwell, $2 50; The Sea Kings of I
Orkney, and other Historical Tales, by Max?
well, $2 50.
The Circle of the Year, or Studies or Nature and
Pictures of the Seasons, by Adams, $2 50.
Norrie Seton, or Driven to Sea, by Mrs. Geo. Cup
pICS. $2 50.
Recent and Fossil Shells, a Manual of the Mollus?
ca, by S. P. Woodward and Ralph Tate, nume?
rous Illustrations. $3 75.
Thc Seaside Naturalist; Out-door Studies In Ma?
rnie Zoology and Botany, and Marine Geolo?
gy, by Rev. Robert W. Fraser, M. A., with Il?
lustrations. $1 50.
A Dictionary of Terms in Art, edited and Illus?
trated by F. W. Fairholt, F. S. A., 500 engrav?
Rudimentary Dictionary of Terms used in Archi?
tecture, Civil, Naval, Building and Construc?
tion, Early and Ecclesiastical Art, Fine Art,
Ac, illustrated. $2 50.
Dictionary or Manufactures, Mining, Machinery,
and Industrial Arts, by Geo. Dodd. $2.
507 Mechanical Movements, embracing Dynamics,
Hydraulics, Steam Engines, Gearings, Horolo?
gy, Ac, Ac, including many movements
never before published, and several which
have only recently come Into use, by Henry
T. Brown. $1 25.
Carpentry and Joinery, an Atlas of 17 plates.
The Principles of Design in Architccure, as De?
ducible Irom Nature and Exemplified In the
Works or the Greek and Gothic Architects, by
Principles or Beauty in Grecian Architecture, by
George, Earl or Aberdeen. 60c.
Ornamental Drawing and Architectural Design,
with notes, historical and practical. $1 50.
The Illustrated Drawing Rook, Pencil Drawing,
Figure and Art, Prespectlvc, E graving, Ac,
with 300 drawings and diagrams, by Burn,
$160; Ornamental Drawing and Architectural
Design, by Burn. 200 illustrations, $1 50; Me?
chanics and Mechanism, by Burn, 200 illustra?
tions, $1 50; Arches, Piers, Buttresses, Ac,
the principles of Construction, by Bland, Il?
lustrations, 75 cents; The Acoustics of Public
Buildings, by Smith, Illustrations, 75c
*"* MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS.-We
have just received a supply of very superior Math?
ematical Instruments, Drawing Papers, Drawing
Pencils, Tracing Pftper, Paint Boxes, and a gene?
ral assortment or Artists' Materials.
49- Persons residing in the country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
ror any books published in America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay for
thc postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
^T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
You can get the STANDARD NOVELS at ten per
cent, less than publishing prices._Janl2
JJUSSELL'S BOOK STORE
CHOICE BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
THE NOBILITY OF LIFE. The Nobility of Life.
Us Graces and Virtues. Each quality illus?
trated by a colored drawing, exhibiting the
very perfection o'nri. $18.
The Goethe Gallery. Containing fifty superb Il?
lustrations engraved on steel, representing
characters Irom Goethe's Works, In one su?
perb imperial octavo volume, bound In tull
morocco antique and morocco gilt. Price
$20. Unfform with thc Schiller Gallery.
Wonders or Italian Art. By Louis Vlardot. Illus?
trated with the finest photographs, prepared
bv the permanent autotype process, and
wood cuts. The Illustrations are selected
from thc finest works of thc Italian masters.
Tennyson's Idyls o? the King. With thirty-seven
splendid steel engravings, from designs by
Gustave Dore. Enid, Elaine, Vivien, Guine?
vere, 4 volumes, folio, each $10.
Studies rrom me choice Poems or Thomas Hood.
With magnificent steel plates engraved Irom
deslgus by Dore. $10.
Lady Geraldine By Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett
Browning. With over thirty Illustrations,
many ol them full page, drawn by W. J. Hen?
Thc Universe; nr, the Infinitely Great and thc In?
finitely Little. By F. A. Pouchet, M. D. Trans?
lated from the French. Illustrated by 343
engravings on wood, aud lour colored mates.
The Bird. Rv Jules Mlchclct. Illustrated by two
hundred "and ten exquisite engravings. $0.
The Deserted World. By Arthnr Mangln. Edited
and enlarged by the translator or "The Bird"
by Michele!, with one hundred and sixty
Thc Mysteries or the Ocean. By Arthur Mangln.
With one huudred aud thirty illustrations.
Imperial 8vo., cloth, full gilt. $c.
Moore's Lulla Rookh. Beautifully printed on
toned paper, and Illustrated with superb
wood engravings, 4to., cloth, elegant. $0.
Wayside Posies. Edited by Robert Buchanan.
With pictures bv Plnwell, Houghton, and
others, engraved by the Brothers Dalzlel, 4to.,
cloth, gilt. $10.
Home Thoughts and Home Scenes. Finely Illus?
trated. 4to" morocco.
Pictures of Society. Comprising one hundred
engravings from pictures by the most emi?
nent artists. 8vo., cloth, gilt. $10.
Touches of Nature. Beautirully Illustrated. 4to.
Wordsworth's Poems. Best illustrated edition.
4to., cloth, gilt. $8.
Pictures rrom Nature. By Mary Howitt. With
twelve colored Illustrations. Small -ito., cloth,
gilt. $2 23.
Bonn's Christmas Bough. Beautifully illumina?
ted. Cloth, gilt. $2.
Bible Animals: being a description or every living
creature mentioned in thc Scriptures, rrom
the ape to thc coral. By the Rev. J. G. Wood,
M. A., F.L.S., Ac, with one hundred ucw de?
signs, one volume, 8vo., cloth. $?".
Woodside and Seaside. Illustrated by pen ar d
pencil. An elegant small quarto volume ot
ninety-six pages, richly illustrated by Birket
Foster, Hows and others. $4.
The World at Home. Plcinrcs and Scenes In Far-oiT
Lands. By Marv and Elizabeth Kirby. With
one hundred anil thirty beautiful illustrations.
Square Svo., richly gilt. $3.
The Church's Floral Calendar. Containing Poeti?
cal and Prose Extracts appropriate to each of
the festivals of thc church. Each page orna?
mented with beautiful floral designs, elabor?
ately printed In colors. $10.
Songs of Life. Selected rrom many sources,
with numerous new illustrations by Hennessy,
Herrick, Griswold, Fenn and Bensen, and six
facsimile autographs. One volume, small
4to., cloth, full gilt. $5.
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- French morocco, gilt edges, in an elegant
leather case. $15 75.
The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers. A new and
beautiful edition, with oue hundred and
twenty-eight steel engravings rrom the de?
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hard. 4to., cloth, elegantly gilt. $12.
Gems of English Art of thc Nineteenth Century.
Being reproductions of thc greatest works of
some of the most celebrated artists of Uris
century, in twenty-four pictures, beautirully
printed in colors by Leighton Brothers, with
Illustrative texts by Francis Turner Palgrave.
4to., cloth, rull gilt.
The Poets of the Nineteenth Century. Selected
and edited by the Rev. R. A. Wit m ott. With
one hundred illustrations. Engraved most
elaborately by the Brothers Dal/.leL In post
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Poe's Poems. New Edition. With twenty-eight
illustrations by W. II. Paton, J. McWhirter. C.
Stanton, C. J. Staniland, G. Hay and W. J.
Palmer. 4to. $li.
An umisally largo collection of beautifully Illus?
trated Books for thc Young, including the very
latest and best produeiious ol the English Press.
By JOH? S. RYAN,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Hell, Guardian, vs. Cochran.
By virtue of an order of sale in the above cause,
to me directed by thc Hon. H. B. Carpenter, Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas for thc First Cir?
cuit, sitting in Equity, I will offer Tor sale, at pub?
lic auction, on TUESDAY. tV; 25ih day of Janu?
ary, 1870, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Postof
llcc. foot of Uroad street.
All that LOT, PIECK OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with thc Dwelling House and other Buildings
thereon, situate, lying and being on the east side
or America street, in the Upper Wards of the
City or Charleston, measuring in rront on Ameri?
ca street fifty feet, and the same on the back line,
and In depth one hundred and thlr'.y-nlne feet
six Inches; butting and bounding east on Lands
now ?rlate of C. M. Furman, west on America
street, north on Lands now or late of Joseph Jef?
fords, south on Lands of Eason, together with all
and singular the rights, members and heredita?
ments to the same belonging.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for titles,
stamps and all necessary expenses.
W. J. GAYER,
By JOHN S. RYAN,
UNDER DEC REN IN EQUITY
Girardeau vs. Curtis, Administrator, et al
By virtue or an order of sale In the above canse
to me directed by the Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge
or the Court or common Pleas for the First Cir?
cuit, sitting In Equity. I will offer for sale at Pub?
lic Auction, on TUESDAY, the 25th of January, at
ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofllce, foot of
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate on John's Island, In the Parish of St.
John's Colleton, In Charleston County, containing
two hundred and sixty-six acres, more or less;
butting and bounding south and east on Lands
of Justus Angel, north on pine Lands formerly of
Gibbs, and now belonging to estate of Christopher
Jenkins, southwest on Lands formerly of estate
of Mathews, now of Brown, and to the west on
Lands of the estate or Parker; together with alt
and singular thc rights, members and heredita?
ments to thc same belonging.
9 Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secure doy bond or the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to p ay
for titles, stamps, and all necessary expenses.
WM. J. GAYER,
janis stuth5_Special Referee.
By TT. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS.
ENTIRE CONTENTS OP PAINT AND
OIL STORE, damaged by fire and water, at
No. loi East Bay.
Will be sold oa WEDNESDAY, 19th instant, at
10 o'clock, at No. 101 East Bay, (now occupied by
The contents of said Store. Consisting in
part of PAINTS, Oils, Brushes, Wlndow-srlosa,
White Lead, Varnish, Lamps, Chimneys, Wicks,
and a variety or other articles Incident to a paint,
Btore. . m
The store wUl be open dally for Inspection.
Terms cash. Articles to be removed Immedl
By W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BR?NS,
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF THE
Will be sold oa THURSDAY, January 27th, on
Accommodation Wharf, at ll o'clock A M.,
The following STEAMERS, their _ _^rn*>w
Tackle, Apparel and Furniture, both 'p^Tt^tihi1*'
Steamers In thorough order and ready mr tmnie
Steamer FANNIE, 140 tons burthen, length 142
feet, beam 22, breadth over all 36 feet, depth or
hold 7 feet, draft (light) 4 feet, low pressure en?
gine, 28-lnch cylinder, 0 feet stroke; upper saloon
contains IS state-rooms; lower saloon contains 16
Steamer MARION, 120 tons burthen, length 12?
feet, beam 20 feet, breadth over all 30 feet, depth
of hold a feet, draft (light) 2}? feet, high pressure
engine, 16-inch cylinder. 6 foet stroke, carrying
capacity about 8000 bushels grain or 600 bales of
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance on a credit of
two, four and six months, equal in ital men ta, wi th
interest from day of sale, approved endorsed
notes, with mortgago of Steamers. Purchasers
to pay us for papers and stamps.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
By virtue sf aa Order of Sale to me directed bj
the Hon. George S. Brjan, Judge of the United
States District Court, for Hie Dist riot of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale at Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, Februarj 3, 1870, at the Old Post
ofllce, Iront or Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
All that Piece. Parcel or Tract or LAND, situate,
lying and being in Colleton County and St.
George's Parish, State or South Carolina, con?
taining one hundred and twenty-one acres, more
or less, butting and bonndlng to the northeast on
Ashley River, southeast on Lands of F. M. R.
Stneath, southwest on Ashlej Ferry road, and
northwest on Lands or-Westcott.
Terms-One-hair cash; balance m two equal
successive annual instalments, to be secured by
bond ol purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven percent, per annum from day or sale, and
a mortgage of tho premises.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Two-story
Frame Dwelling-house thereon, In the .Town of
Blackville, situate, lying and being on the west
side of Clarke street, in Block O, measuring and
containing one hundred and fifty (150) feet in
Dont on Clarke street, by two hundred (200) feet
This Property ls sold subject to wire's right of
At the risk and expense of former purchaser,
he having failed to comply with terms of sale,
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land, situate,
lying and being inst. Stephen's Parish, Charles?
ton Countv, State of South Carolina, containing
sixteen hundred fiuuo) acres, more or less, and
known as the "Ten Mlle House," set forth In
pleadings heard In the Court or Equity for
Charleston District, In Jannary, 18C0, as or the Es?
tate or George Anderson, deceased, and also set
forth In said pleadings as consisting or three
Tracts, all of which ls more plainly delineated by
plat made bj Andrew Gilmore, Deputj Sarveyor,
In Februarj, 1855.
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being in the County of Abbe?
ville. State ol South Carolina, on waters of Long
Cane Creek, bounded bj Lands of Andrew
Slmonds and others, and more particularly de?
scribed In Plat thereor, made by Andrew W. Shll
llto. Deputy Surveyor, ba November 1862.
- Shares In thc FOOT POINT LAND COMPANY.
Terms cash. LOUIS McLAlNT
janli ws8 Assignee.
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE.
UNDER DECREE TN EQUITY.
Livingston vs. Hazlehurst- Farm about one
and a hair miles from city line.
Pursuant to the order of the Court, will be sold
at pubUc auction, on TUESDAY, the 18th January,
1870, at ll o'clock A. M., at thc Old Postoffloe, ta
The TRACT OF LAND on Ashley River known
as the "Livingston Farm," about one and a halt
miles from the city line and four and a half miles
rrom the Courthouse, containing aboni 90 'es
or high and marsh Land. Bounded on thc i< H h
by Lands or-Ilappoldt; east on Lands ol
Disher and Dr. Yates; south ou Lands of Kins?
man, and west on Ashley River. On the place is
a good dwelling house, with eight rooms, and
piazzas on three sides, kitchen, negro houses,
barn and stable.
The Farm ls on a high bluff on the river an
commands a fine view; it is considered healthy
tn live on most ot thc year. The bluff could be
used as a landing, and would make a good site
for a phosphate mill.
Terms-One third cash; balance by bonds bear?
ing seven per cent, semi-annual Interest, payable
in two equal successive annual Instalments "rrom
day of sale, to be secured by a mortgage of the
premises; the buildings to be Insured and policy
assigned. Purchasers to paj for stamps and all
neccssarj papers. W. D. LIVINGSTON,
dec28 tui2wfmsmtu8 special Commissioner.
By GEO. McD. STOLL,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
PUBLIC SALE NEAR FLORENCE, S. C.
Corn, Fodder, Cotton Seed, Plantation Im
plcments, Tools, Ac.
I ?111sell to the highest bidder on TUESDAY
next, January isth, at 12o'clock, at the Planta?
tion of F. W. Ford, Esq., (Orange Grove or Old
Cannon Place.) four miles from Florence, S. C.,
the following Articles:
COO bushels CORN
800 bushels Cotton Seed, fine?
14,000 pounds NIcelj Cured Fodder
Lot Plantation implements, Tools, Ac.
Terms cash. janl3 3
Auctioneers' -JUrioote ^?!?L-??L
By J. FRASER 3IATHErYES.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, THE YEL?
LOW HOUSE PLANTATION, on Wadmalaw
Island, containing some 800 acres of high Land,
500 acres or which are cleared, and about 350
acres arc first-rate cotton lands. On the Planta?
tion are a small Dwelling or four rooms, cotton
house, twelve cabins, and other necessarj build
This place is situated on a bold river, navigable
by steamboats and schooners, and within four
iuiies of ibo recular steamboat landing.
For further particulars, apply as above.