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Meeting* This Day.
Friendship Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Washington Artillery Friendly Society, at ,
Auction Sules This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, ai No 02
.Church street, a counter, desk and railing.
PERSONAL.-The Chapman Sisters. Blauche
and Ella, and the equally celebrated Iiishop, are at
the Mills House._
A JI EAT v HAUL.-A Macon paper says: UA
icu- weeks ago the assets of the Bank of thc State
of Georgia were sold at public outcry lu Savan?
nah, and a lot of worthless securities were sold lu
a Leap to the highest bidder for $3?5. In this lot
of '-worthless trash*' was $40,000 in bonds of the
Blue Ridge Railroad, of South Carolina. The
dav a: ter the sale, the buyer, a well-known Atlan?
ta broker, sold the Blue Ridge Railroad bonds for
$20,000 cash, reserving the balauce of the trash
for another turn. Why can't Atlanta prosper ?''
STONEWALL FIRE COMPANY.-At the fifth
anniversary meeting of this company, beldon
the 2lst instant, the following onlcers were elect?
ed to serve the ensuing year: George L. Buist,
president; John E. Boinest. vice-president:
William G. Miller, secretary; Charles A. Aimar,
treasurer; E. W. Blake, first director, vice P.A.
Silcox, declined re-election: J. W. Nichole*, sec?
ond director, vice J. R. Hill, declined re-election;
Chimes W. Seignious, Jr., third director; E. T.
We-t, fourth director; O. McMillan, first asman;
A. A. Chrietzberg, second axman; Rev. John
Bachman, D. D., chaplain: J. Somers Buist, M.
D., surgeon; General James Conner, solicitor.
SUPREME COURT.-COLUMBIA. JANUARY '21.
The court met at 10 A. M. Present, Chief Justice
Moses and Associate Justice Willard,
k Tile case of Rachel M. Mayer vs. Benjamin Mor
% decal, trustee, et al, was resumed. Mr. Buist re
sumed and concluded Ids argument for appellees.
Mr. Hayne in reply for appellants. This case in?
volved the question as to the legality of invest
meats bv a trustee in Confederate States sccuri
lu the case of Harriet Phillips vs. Sarah B. Riv?
ers, administrate, et al. Mr. Wbaley was heard
The case of James Whipple, ads Amelia L. Reil
ly and Wm. B. Reilly was heard. Mr. King for
appellant. Mr. Wilmot G. DeSaussure for ap
The court then adjourned until Tuesday, 25th,
at io A. M.
DISASTER AT SEA.-The steamship Saragos?
sa. Captain Ryder, which arrived here yesterday
from New York, reports that on Saturday last at
eleven o'clock A. M., thirty miles southwest of
Cape Lookout, made a brig ahead carrying main
sail, foretopsail and three jibs, which, moving in
o way to attract attention, she was seon arter
seen to capsize and sink. The Saragossa stood
towards her. but round she was abandoned, and
so much submerged in water, that nothing could
toe discovered that would lead to her Identity.
Her crew, it is supposed, finding her about to
sink, had a press or canvass on her to make the
laud, but she filled so fast as to compel them to
Abandon her in a harry. She lies immediately in
the tract of vessels coming South or bound
RIP VAX WINKLE.-This play is so great a
favorite with the public, that the announcement
of its performance drew to the Academy of
Music, on Saturday night, one of the best houses
cf the season. The version produced here ls not
that in which Mr. Jefferson has won renown on
both sides of the Atlantic. Jefferson's "Rip Yan
Winkle'' was, we believe, written for him by
Eouclcault, is copyrighted, and cannot, of course,
toe performed without bis permission. The ground?
work or all the versions is the old legend or the
Catskills, and Mr. Hackett, who played "Rip,"
.certainly made the most of the opportunities
given him of showing his pathos and hamor. He
vas warmly and judiciously applauded during
the progress of the piece and after the curtain
The performances closed with "Dodging for a
Wife," In which Mr. liyan made the audience
laugh until their sides ached.
RETURN OF THE CHAPMAKS.-The Academy
-of Music rflll be graced to night by the reappear?
ance on the boards of the Chapman Sisters,
Blanche and Ella, whose acting together with
Bishop, the incomparable comedian, carried
Charleston by storm seme weeks since. The
Chapmans come prepared at this visit to win new
laurels and to make the good people or Charles?
ton feel that " 'tis better to laugh than be cry?
ing," by introducing each night an entirely new
programme, in which comedy and burlesque,
dance and song, fun and music, are elegantly
blended. The winning manner.- of the Sisters
have already gained them an enviable repu?
tation among our theatre nabitues, and their
return to Charleston will be a matter of
.congratulation to all who can appreciate true
talent. Bishop is so great a favorite, and
his ludicrous Impersonations are so irresistibly
funny, that every one who has seen him will not
Jose the opportunity of witnessing his versatility
lu his diff?rent roles. The stock company that
accompany the Chapmans is unusually good, and
.includes many superior actors. The play to?
night will be "Joan or Arc," In which Blanche ap?
pears as Joan, the remale warrior, Ella as King
Charles or France, aud Bishop as the Duke of
Burgundy. The musical extravaganza known as
"Shoo Fly Don't Dodder Me*," will bc introduced
to 'he Charleston public Tor thc ?rst time by Miss
Blanche Chapman and Mr. C. B. Bishop. The
laughable farce of "OneThousand Milliners Want?
ed" will conclude the evening's entertainment,
and will hardly fail in bringing down the house.
THE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.
The Sunday schools connected with Trinity, Bethel
?nd the Spring street churches met at Trinity yes?
terday afternoon to celebrate their annual union.
Long before the exercises commenced every
scat In the body of the church and In the galleries
was Ailed, and the chairs placed down the several
aisles were speedily occupied. The pews in front
?ol the pulpit were assigned to thc schools, who
also formed the choir in the singing. Tuc chairs
in the pulpit were occupied by Bishop Wightman
and the clergymen of the several Methodist
?burches, while the seats in front were occupied
by the president of the Sunday School Union and
The exercises were opened with the hymn, "I
Love the Sabbath School," which was sung in
unison by the scholars, the young voices swelling
loi? and clear through the sacred building. Alter
the reading or the Scriptures by the Rev. J. M.
Wightman, and a prayer hythe bishop, the wel?
come address was delivered by Master G. L.
Datitzler, or Bethel School. The reports or thc
superintendents or thc three schools were then
read, showing an increased attendance, and
greater Interest than was manircsted at the pre?
vious report. The number or children in tbe
Sunday School Union was 545, and $500 bad been
expended for books and other purposes.
Speeches were made by Master Walter M.
Whitehead, of Trinity, on "Sunday School advan?
tages." By Master J. T. W. Flint, of Bethel, on
the "Triumphs or Messiah. A dialogue entitled
'.A Reluctant Scholar,*1 was well delivered by
Masters Jas. H. Speren, Jos. E. Hutson, and Geo.
L. Sigwald, or Spring street school.
Thc dosing speech was made by Master Hilliard
C. Moore, of Trinity, a little prattler, whose pleas?
ing, childish accent gave his piece, "ir you love
us, show lt-show it," more prominence than
those delivered by thc elder scholars.
The report ol thc president or the Union, Mr. F.
J. Pelzer, was then read, showing that the Union
was in a prosrerous state, with a good attendance
at the different schools, and au Increased interest
in both parents and pupils.
The hymn, "Marching Home," was then sung
bv thc schools, after which an a'?le and eloquent
address was delivered by the Rev. T. E. Wanna
?naker, pastor or Bethel. The exercises were
closed by the hymn, "Our Glorious Home," and
The singing throughout the exercises was con?
ducted bv the children, whose united voices pro?
duced a ?ne effect. They were lcd by Mr. U. C.
Edmonds, and thc melodeon played by Miss Mary
JJ trroughs, of Trinity Sunday School.
CK?MBS.-Thc chancel of Sr. Pauls Church
was draped in mourning on Sunday, in memory
or the late pastor. Dr. Hanckel.
The remain? or Samuel Murray, who was burnt
to death on the 20th, were interred nt Magnolia in
the Masonic grounds by St. Andrew's Lodge.
Thc proposed reading room is designed tor the
workingmen, and not for any union.
The Rev. Dr. Lord has resigned the rectorship
or St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and the congrega?
tion have tendered a call to the Rev. C. P. Gads?
den, of St. Luke's, which it is stated has been de?
That beautiful and expressive melody, "Shoo
fly. don't bodder mc," will bc rendered at thc
theatre by the Chapman-Rlshop Troupe.
The scaffolding in? front or Messrs. Rollmann
Brothers' new store, north or TnE NEWS ol?icc, lias
been removed, and the building preseuts a fine, :
buld appearance, and is quite au ornament to the ,
DEATH OF A UNITED STATES OFFICER.-Ma- '
jor George Burroughs, of thc engineer corps or
the United States army, but attached to thc 0th J
Lighthouse District with headquarters at this port,
died on Saturday night. The Major left on the ,
schooner Narraganset a Tew days since on a sur?
veying tour, and when in Bull's Ray was taken *
seriously ill. The services or a physician from Mc
Clellansville were procured, who accompanied the
schooner on her return to Charleston. Major Bar
roughs received every attention, but expired on 1
Saturday evening abouts o'clock, a short time (
arter the arrival or the vessel at this port. The .
body was embalmed by the army surgeons and 1
taken to the United States Hospital, in T radii 1
street, to await directions rrom the family. Be- ?
rorc embalming, the body was much discolored, (
but this soon disappeared and the corpse assumed 1
a lifelike appearance. Major Burroughs had been t
on duty iu Charleston for some time, and boarded -
at the Pavilion Hotel. His family are at present ?
in Washington^but had been expected to joiu him 1
at this place iff a few weeks. , ^ *
?- ' y i
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY.-Thc atten- l
tioa or relatives ami rriends ls called to the sub- I
?oiued list, with the request that they will care?
fully read over the same, correct any errors or
omissions, and forward the list as revised to Mr. (
I. L. Honour, secretary and treasurer, Ko. GO East \
Bay, by the 1st February next. The contractor t
Tor thc monument is ready to go to work, and i
this correction will be final: !
COMPANY A, TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT, S. c. v. j
Lieutenant-James A. Ross. I
Sergeants-W. Capers Owens, Alfred L. Olney, c
J. Adger Stevens, J. H. Dickenson.
Corporals-J. G. Newoomen, F. W. Kellers. J
Privates-S. C. Anderson, II. G. Baker, F. G. (
Ballot. S. V. V. Breese, J. C. Blackwood, E. B. a
Beasley, S. L. Burrows, F. M. Burrows, 0. J. Burn,
lames" Calder, Wm. A. Dotterer. Wm. Doolev, ?
Walter E. Gibson. J. n. Hall, J. Walker Jones, Wm. ?
C. Jervey, John Klinck, Jr., L. S. Lee. J. T. Lee, F.
0. Locke, W. C. Muckenruss, D. A. Mahoney. J. W.
McCabe, Wm. Pritchard, W. K. Patterson, H. G
Proctor, J. J. Petit, S. A. Robinson, Joseph J.
Small, B. T. Sheppard.
COMPANY B, TWENTY-FIFTH REOIMEXT. S. C. V.
Lieutenants-Robert A. * Blum, Richard W. 0
Greer, Robert M. Tart, J. E. Botnar.
Serjreants-Fleetwood Lanneau, Jr., J. F. Mar- 11
on. Wm. Whittaker. S
Privates-L. T. Burns, R. Blakelv, J. S. Cald- 0
ivell.T. X. Gadsden, Jr.. E. Gradv, I. II. Gibbes, E.
13. Gllliland, AHred Grav, T. P. Oliver. W. P. v
3'Hara. Samuel Salters, J. Silcox, J. H. Tavcuer, o
E. B. Tharln. v
HAMPTON LEGION-, COMPANY A.
Lieutenants-Theodore Kliuck, VT. A. Henning.
Sergeant Major-F. Porcher Hughes. _
Sergeants-E. F. Coachman, J. W. McGee.
Corporals-O. E. Strohecker, R. Yeadon Smith. 1
Privates-C. S. Atkinson, B. B. Brantley, H. ||
Blankensee, J. A. Bedaub, John A. Blum. C. E.
,'o.\e, J. R. Chapin. Thad. L. Cay, H. C. Ferrell,
IV. L. Hughes, J. H. Jones, Thomas Jenkins, G. C.
lerver, H. E. Kennedy, 0. M. Leiber. H. A. Mid- ll
Heron. A. G. McDonald, J. S. P. Myers, George L. h
['helps, H. S. Ronx, Robert Sweet, T. H. Smith. J.
5. smith, C. M. Sterling, Arthur i'ngjrs, M. H. Sea- 0
ord, H. C. Taylor. W. H. Todd, ll. E. Verdier, b
lohn Wharton, William Whittcmore. e
TRANSFERRED TO OTHER COMMANDS. ;
Brigadier-General-J. Johnston Pettigrew.
Lieutenant-Colonels-B. J. Johnson, Robert
Captain-H. R ? -nc.
Lieutenants-J. ... ^ee, J. B. Gardner, J. J. P.
Uston, C. P. Seabrook, J. B. Gregg. C. H. Ragin, a
5. X. Fuller. Jr., VT. E. Glover, Samuel W. Dibble, h
.esl?e Glover. u
Privates-J. M. Schmidt, W. H. Fleming, G. C. "
ARRIVAL OF TUE NEW STEAMSHIP TENNESSEE
-ANOTHER THREE THOCSAND BALE SHIP-DRAFT
."LEYES FEET DEEP, LOADED.-Yesterday fore
loon the splendid new iron steamship Tennessee,
.650 tons, under the command or Captain Chis
:hester, reached her pier at Uulon wharves, from
few York, having sailed from that port on Thurs
lay afternoon, making a fair passage ror this sea
ion or the year. The Tennessee reports being lu
:ompany on the voyage with the steamship
Sagle, or the Havana line, both vessels having
ett New York together.
The central loca;lon or the dock, being imme
liately in rear or the Charleston Hotel, and near
>st to the jobbing and retail centres or business In
""harleston, made it a short walk to thc Tennes?
see, and large numbers congregated arter church
o ?aspect this great freight carrier.
In general appearance she favors her famous
:onsort, the South Carolina, which was in port
ast week, and has the same dimensions-262 feet
ong,35 feet beam, 20 rect depth or hold: and thc
?ame general arrangements catch thc eye, or
?abins on deck, and all the available space below
Noticing first the saloons and cabins or tlie new
landidat.- for passenger favors, we find aft a very
:03tly aud elegant cabin, available for fifty or
ixty first-class passengers. A ballway separates
his irom the forward cabin, which has, what will
.e regarded by thc lovers or the weed as a great
lomforr, a special apartment ror a smoking
oom, in which meerschaums and Havanas are to
ie considered in order. Forward or this isa hand
;ome parlor, opening on to rour or six berths,
rherc housekeeping en famille can bc Indulged
n during the two days at sea by those who have
o go to the springs in numbers.
The hurricane deck is a grand promenade, and
n pleasant weather will attract everybody who is
lot afraid ora sea voyage and can enjoy the sea
dr rrom an elevated position. As the song goes
"There's nothing hair so bright
As a summer night,
With a summer moon 'abcaming."
tnd we are satisfied that the hurricane decker
he "Tennessee" on a coming summer voyage is
he place to fully realize thc sentiment of u?
So much for the travelling public. But the
treat feature of these two enormous vessel is
heir great carriage capacity. We have long had
he idea that thc long, narrow ships or the past,
vith their deep drart or water and their limited
reight room, must, at least, ror coasting pur?
poses, give way to the new idea or more beam,
ess depth and larger freightage. Aud when we
lonsider that only a tew years back some or our
iwn people had begun to look ror deep water for
in auxiliary port for Charleston, we regard Hie
utelligeut enterprise of the gentlemen who have
nanguratcd this company, as not only a step
orward in thc proper direction, but as worth a
;rcat deal in money, and an effectual demon
itration or the practicability or our port bel?g
endured fully available to thc wants of the West,
iv the introduction Into our steam lines, both
leastwise and foreign, of the modernb-uilt ships.
In looking Into thc capacious between-decks of
he Tennessee, one is not only impressed with thc
?pace for cargo, which wc think Bare to put at
1800 bales or cotton, but the innovations have gone
jeyond the shape or the vessel. In the handling
>r cargo there is a. radical change. Side ports,
ore and art, Into which a cart could effect an en
mtrance, are reached by broad gangway plauks,
. feet wide ; and instead of horses and the old.
ashioned hoisting up and lowering down, come
ong files or stalwart men, with easy-gliding
rucks, who can conveniently empty even so
arge a ship as this or a rall cargo In twenty-rour
tours, and load her up in the succeeding twenty
We noticed the great strength or the frame and
fasteniugs, the water-tight compartments and
Mtier appliances, looking to having rough times
with 9lA Neptune and coming out or the contest
unharmed; while the precautions against the
drcadrul scourge at sea, Ure, are as perfect as can
The public are invited to look over this new ad?
dition to our steam fleet, any day between lo and
The cabins are as ye: unfinished, but every arti
cle is being got read v, and on the next trip pas?
sengers, it is expected, will bs axommodatcd.
Hotel Arrivals-January 24.
Philip E. Porcher, South Carolina; J. C.
Harrison, Canton; Robt. Aldrich. liam well; Chas.
C. Palfrey, St. Mary's; C. C. Coe, Mrs. C. C. Coe,
Master Rosseter Coe, L. G. Cole, 0. Hancock,
Boston; M. Court wright, Pennsylvania; Robt.
Bowden, Wm. Monfort, L. A. Waswick, Victor E.
Manger, Geo. Rusher, Mrs. Geo. Rusher, W. L.
Watson, E. Elbert, T. A. Budd, J. H. Sedgwick,
Sew York; J. D. Dunlap, Camden ; Geo. W. Tucker,
Baltimore; L. F. Judd, Mrs. L. F. Judd, Connecti?
cut: S. H. Pendleton, Virginia; Stephen Dows,
Ba j ton; H. Bennie, Greenville; Dr. J. Christon
.Morris, Mrs. J. Christon Morris, Philadelphia; S. D.
Ross, New Hampshire; Geo. Scllor, Marysville;
E. M. Bertrand, New York; R. A. Sedgwick,
Steamship Saragossa; Mr. Moore, Mrs. Moore and
Ehild, New York; Mrs. Cable, Miss Ca'-Ie, Mrs.
Church, Massachusetts; J. W. Fairtield, New York;
Mrs. Meuner, Prussia; C. R. Fowler, H. Comstock,
L Morse, New York; A. W. Benham, Rochester;
lohn M. Hughe, Mrs. John M. Hughe, Miss Mc
Clare Ross, D. Mordecai, Mrs. D. Mordecai, Mary
and; L. G. Merrill, Wisconsin; L. A. Fellows,New
fork; H. A. Watkins, Georgia; Robert Douglass,
lr., Augusta; H. Cleveland, Wilmington; W. L.
B. G. F'.ilnger, Savannah; T. A. Jeffers, Rlch
and; G. Hall, J. Duane, New York; Dr. fPConel,
Columbia: i\ S. Heyward, South Carolina; P. F.
tforgan, Georgetown; E. J. Tyler and wife, Seneca
.'alls: R. M. Chatterton, E. H. Mahoney, Wilming
qn; A. McBride Peoples, Pocataligo: E. F. Ashe
iud lady. North Carolina; L. M. Keene. Revenue
.'utter Racer; T. H. Simmons, Waldoboro' ; J.
jove and wife, Boston ; E. B. Merrit t, Brooklyn ;
J. L. Woolley, Pennsylvania; J. Cud worth, . Jr.,
Ccw Haven; M. and P. Quinlan, Sew York; D. A.
ienwood and wife, Elmira; J. C. Causey, Balli
nore: J. C. Hess, Philadelphia; F.T. Gray, Abing?
ton; Miss G. Reynolds, Miss M. Parker, Miss S.
'arker, Miss E. Harrison, J. S. Gallagher, J. R.
ford, F. Foster, J. Reiben, B. S. Hodges, M. A.
Cenncdy, Chapman Burlesque Troupe.
MILLS HOUSE. ?
E. C. Clayton, Baltimore; E. Emanuel, Clio, S.
D-. C. Wilson, Beaufort, S. C.; C. S. Pearson,
rife, child and nurse, Miss E. A. Pearson, Bos?
on; Thomas F. Drayton, Ga.; D. J. Staples and
ady, Cincinnati; T. R. Shomaker, Columbia; L.
?cBride, Patterson, N. J.; L. C. Williams, New
ersey; R. T. McConnell, L. F. Spinner and wire,
?dgefleld; C. H. Taylor, Columbia; W. S. DcGrafT
mreid. Greenville, Tenn.; C. D. Roes, Boston;
ohn Sutherland Dunner, England; Miss Blanche
'hapman, Miss Ella Chapman, Mrs. n. Chapman
md 2 children, C. B. Bishop. H. C. Ford, Baiti
nore; H. Cleveland, Wilmington; John Wright,
'disto; Jose Ferrer de Conto, New York.
MESSRS. LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at ll
'clock this day, the counter, desk andtlxtures,
Qduding thc sign, at the o nice ef thc Charleston
iavings Institution, Church street. Any broker
r banker dc-lrous ol titting up his office neatly
rill And it to his advantage to attend this sale,
s they must be removed, and therefore thc sale
rill be without reserve.
ON sale at the Hasel Street Bazaar, Februa
y Magazines: Frank Leslie's, 35 cents; Madame
lemorest's, 30 cents; Putnam's, 35 cents; Catho
ic World, 45 cents; Godey's, 25 cents.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TnE NEWS Job Office
i now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
?usiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
nd. Send your orders. Every merchant and
uslness man should have lils card printed on his
FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLIED
t Wholesale prices, when purchased by thc case,
air barrel or barrel. Hermetically Sealed Goods
y the dozen. All goods warranted, and FULL
TEIGHT GUARANTEED. We Invite the atten
ion or the public to the qDALlTT and PRICES of
ur Coods, and particularly to the WEIGHTS.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
jan24 No. 275 King street.
;Z3J~DR. WM. PETTIGREW MAY BE
?und at hisonice, No. 59 BROAD STREET, at 8
'clock in the morning, 1 o'clock at midday, and
it night. Jan21 4*
?Sr HEALTH'S BEST DEFENCE.
'Thc weak eateth herbs," says St. Paul, so that
Ighteen hundred years ago the value of medlcl
lal plants was appreciated. In the Old Testa?
ient hotanlcal remedies are repeatedly rccom
nendcd. but in no passaic of sacred history 1?
ian recommended to swallow calomel, or blue
ill. or any other mineral preparation. The sick
,-ere directed to eat herbs to strengthen them, to
uiify them, to heal them, to restore them. In
hat day thc art of making vegetable extracts
ras unknown. Thc herbal medicines were mere
It was reserved ror a later age to unite thc san
ary essences or tonic, aperient and antlblilous
oots, barks ami plants, with an active stimulant,
nd thus secure their rapid diffusion through thc
cbilitated or disordered system. Thc crowning
riuinph or this effective mode or concent rating
nd applying the virtues of medicinal vegetables
ras achieved in the production of HOSTETTER'S
TOMACH BITTERS. Never before had a perfect
r pure alcoholic stimulant been combined with
lie expressed juices or thc flnest specifics of thc
egetable kingdom. Never yet, though eighteen
ears have elapsed since Its Introduction, has this
reut restorative been equalled. It is taken at all
casons, in all climes, as the most potent safe
uard against epidemics, as a protection against
ll unhealthy exhalations thal produce debility or
eget disease; as a remedy Tor Intermittent and
ther malarious revers; as an appetizer; as a sov
rclgn cure for dyspepsia; as a general tonic and
lvlgorant: as a gentle, painless aperient; as a
lood d?purent; as a nervine; as a cure for bilious
ircctlons; as a harmless anodyne; and as the
est defeuce of health under ravorablc circum
tanccs, such as sedentary pursuits, undue bod
y or mental exertion, hardship, privation and
xposure. jan22 6i>4c
^9~N0 MORE MEDICINE.-SEVENTY
housand cures without medicine by DuBarry's
lellcious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which
radicates dyspepsia, indigestion, acidity, nausea,
omiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, cough,
si lima, consumption, debility, constipation, diar
luca, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver nnd
toinach complaints. It nourishes better than
neat, and saves, moreover, fifty times its cost in
ther remedies. Cure No. CS,413-"ROME, July 21,
ses.-The health of the Holy Father is excellent,
specially since he has confined himself entirely
o DuBarry's Food, and his Holiness cannot praise
his excellent food too highly." Sold in tins or
nc pound, $l 25; 24 pounds $1S; carriage Tree.
Uso. thc REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, in one pound
lackets, $1 50. Copies or cures sent gratis. Ad
Iress C. N. DuBARRY Sc CO., No. 103 William
treet, New York, aud at all Druggists and Gre?
ers, jam .".mos
?ST- IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds of WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
ite Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
?Sr-k GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
'rom the time when, in 1S34, Dr. RUGGE dlscov
red "Carbolic Acid" and lis extraordinary medi?
al effects, nothiug ia the history ol Medicine has
quailed it. Largely used by the French physi
ians in treatment or consumptive and scrofo
ous diseases, it was introduced by the Court Pliy
liclan ol Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, into Pms
?la, and rrom thence to the United States. No
hing else or the present day can equal HEN
IV'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after oultj one.
low has been taken, and wc cordially recommend
t to the public-[Editor "Argus." janlT lyr
jjaB-PERRY'S CO.MEDONE AND PL\i;
?LE REMEDY positively cures Comedones, (Bald
[leads or Grubs;) also Hod, White and Maltcrated
dimples on the race. Depot No. 49 Bond street,
s'ew York. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
?&- CONSIGNEES PER BRIG JOSIE
A. DEYEREAUX, from Dostoi), are hereby noll
fled that she is THIS DAY discharging cargo at
Brown St Co.'s Wharf. All Goods not taken away
at sunset will bc stored at owners' risk and ex?
pense. M. GOLDSMITH A SOX,
Jan241 _ Agents.
?&- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
FALCON", from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls Tuis DAY discharging cargo at Fier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All goods not taken away
at sunset will remain on wharf at consignees'risk.
MORDECAI A CO.,
NEES per Schooner KATE E. RICH, from Boston,
arc hereby notlfled that she ls THIS DAY discharg?
ing Cargo at Adger's North Wharf. Goo .s not call?
ed for before sunset will be stored at their risk and
expense. Claims positively not admitted after
goods leave wharf.
jan24 1 WILLIAM ROACH A CO
?-3~ NOTICE. - CONSIGNEES PER
Steamship SARAGOSSA are hereby notified that
she is Tuis DAY discharging cargo at Vander
horst's Whari. Coods not removed by sunset,
will bereft on wharf or stored at expense and
risk of consignee. RAVENEL A- CO.,
jan24l _ Agents.
j2?T CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
TENNESSEE, from New York, are notified that
thc Cargo is being discharged at Pier No. 2,
Union wharves. All goods uncalled for at sunset
will bc stored nt the expense and risk of owners.
COURTENAY A TRENI10LM,
jan24 l Union Wharves.
??r JOHN STANTON VS. N. A. ROOK,
ADMINISTRATOR OF BERNARD RODDIN, DE?
CEASED, ET AL.-IN EQUITY.-Pursuant to the
order of Court in this cause, the creditors of BER?
NARD RODDIN, deceased, are required to prove
their claims before me on or before inc first MON?
DAY of March next. WILLIAM J. GAYER,
jan2l fmw9 _Special Referee.
$33- 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 6mos
^-NOTICE OF DISMISSAL.-NOTICE
ls hereby given that THOMAS E. SCREVEN, Ex
ecutor of the will of THOMAS E. SCREVEN, will
Qle a final account and apply for a final discharge
nf lilmseir as representing the said THOMAS E.
5CREVEN, deceased, committee of JOHN DU?
PONT, on account of his administration of said
Estate of JOHN DUPONT, thirty days from this
late. January 6, lSTO.
THOMAS E. SCREVEN,
janio m4* _ Executor.
pST THE BANK OF HAMBURG.-BE?
ING appointed as the Receiver of the Hamburg
Bank, by his Honor Judge PLATT, Judge o? the
Second Circuit Court, notice is hereby given, to
il. whom lt may concern, that I shall attend, foe
the discharge of my duty, on and after the 29ra
3F JANTAHY, 1ST0, at my office in Hamburg, to
receive all claims, assets, or information con?
nected with said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
jan20 24 . Receiver.
J^r-ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years from Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
routhful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffer
lng humaulty, send free toad who need it, there
:clpt and directions for making the simple rem
:dy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so
jy addressing, with ?-feet confidence, JOHN B.
3GDEN, No. 42 Cedarstreet, New York.
pSf BATCHELORS nALR DYE.-THE
jest in.the world-docs not contain lead-no vit
?iol poisons to paralyze the system or produce
leath. It ls perfectly harmless-reliable-instan
ancons. Avoid the vaunted and delusive pre?
parations boasting virtues they do not possess,
f you would escape the danger. The genuine W.
V. DATCHELOR'S IIAIR DYE has thirty years"
.eputatlon to uphold its integrity. Sold by Drug?
gists. Applied at No. 10 Bond street, New York.
?&- "IMPRINTERS.-LF YOU WANT
SEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Dill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print
ng Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meetiug street, oppo
lite Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
?ST AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort aud Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
fork. decl5 wfm3mos
JOHN DWIGHT & CO.'S
SUPER-CARB. SODA, the best for housekeepers.
Established 1S40. scpt27 mCmosDic
?ST AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Syes made new, easily, without doctor or medl
Sines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad
lress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
S'ew York. ilcclfi wfmomos
?STTO REMOVE MOTH PATCHES,
FRECKLES and TAN from the face, use PERRY'S
Moth and Freckle Lotion. Prepared only by Dr,
ll. C. PERRY, No. 40 Bond-street, New York. Sold
)j all Druggists. _dceG 3moj
1133- TO CONSUMPTIVES.-THE
k'ERTISER, having been restored to health in a
(lev weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
rogered several years with a severe lung affec
ion, and that dreadful disease, consumption, ls
taxions to make known to ids fellow-sufferers the
means or cure.
To all who desire lt, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (irec or charge,) with thc direc
:lons for preparing and using thc same, which
:hey will find asuiiE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, Ac. The object of the ad?
vertiser In sending the Prescription ls to benefit
;he afflicted, and spread Information which he
soncelves to be Invaluable; and he hopes every
miterer will try lils remedy, as it will cost them
?othing. and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please ad
lress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
??lngs County, New York._noys 3mos
?Sf MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
>n the Cause and Cure or Decline in Premature
Wan, the treatment or Nervous anil Physical De?
''There is no member of society by whom this
jook will not be found useful, whether such per
ion holds the relation of Pareui Preceptor or
Jlergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mail on receipt of UH y cents. Address
:he Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS, Washington.
1). C. septl lyr
^.?J-JUST OUT.-CHERRY PECTO?
RAL TROCHES, superior to all others ror Colds,
Soughs, Sore Throats, Bronchilis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manufactured by RUSHTON A CO., Astor House,
No more of those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Bcyne
street. dec30 3mos
^.NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, FIREPROOF BUILDING, CHARLES?
TON, S. C., December 20, 1609.-All persons Re?
tailing LIQUORS in the County arc hereby called
upon to take out Licenses for one year, from 1st
Every violation of the law relative to these Li?
censes will bc prosecuted and thc penalty strictly
enforced. F. LANCE,
decZS Clerk B ard C. C.
.J?ENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE f|"0TS.
Manufactured and for sale, wuolcsaiu and ri?
taU, by Du. H. DAER,
novs No. 131 Meeting street.
J I E COTTLE,
THE TIN WASHER ;
By Rev. W. TV. HICKS.
For sale at
BOINEST & MARTIN'S
News and Book Depot, King, opposite Ann street.
t (Sign of the Gold Pen.)
Call early, as the supply is limited. Jan22
^T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
You can get the STANDARD NOVELS at ten per
cent, less than publishing prices. jan!2
SIjirts ano ?nrmsljing ?oo?s.
g C O T T ' S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
S SCOTT'S S
S STAR SHIRTS S
S AND COLLARS S
S READY MADE S
S AND MADE S
S TO ORDER. S
s - S
S MEN'S S
S FURNISHING p S
S GOODS. S
T* H E LATEST STYLE
It O 31 JL W
PATENT MOULDED PAPER COLLARS.
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
THOMAS H. BLACKWELLL'S
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
A splendid assortment of
Bajou's celebrated KID GLOVES.
FINE SHIRTS to order-A specialty.
No. 210 KING STREET,
jan 19 (One door below Market.)
Freshly Opened OYSTERS will be found every
day (beginning Mondar, January 24th,) at the
Grocery of A. JOHNSON, corner John aud Ellza
Sales of Oysters by Messrs. JOHN H?RKAMP A
f>n., corner of King and Broad streets; H. F. W.
BREUER, ?orner Coming and Calhoun streets;
and F. THEOS, Wentworth street, as heretofore
announced, are also continued.
. THOMAS McCRADY,
jan22 2 Agent.
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. decH amos
J> RAT T'S "ASTRAL". OIL
Unlike many other illuminating Oils, ts per?
fectly pure and free from all adulterations or
mixtures of any kind. It emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a soft and brilliant
light, and can be used with the same assurance
of safety as gas. Chemists pronounce it the
best and safest Illuminating OH ever offered to
the public; and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers the use of the "Astral" Oil
In preference to any other. It ls now burned by
thousands of families, and in no Instance has
any accident occurred from its usc; a lamp filled
with It, If upset ami broken, will not explode. To
prevent adulteration. Hie "Astral" Oil is packed
only In- the Guaranty Patent Cans, of l gallon
and 5 gallons each, and each can ls sealed In a
manner that cannot bc counterfeited. Every
package with uncut seal we warrant. Bc sure
and get none but the genuine article, Pratt's "As?
tral" Oil, for sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale and retail hy the proprietors
OIL HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 108 Fulton street, New York,
Postofllce Box No. 3050.
Send for circulars, with testimoni?is and price
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of the "Astral
For sale by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston. S. C. decl6
IF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing done in flue style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, s. C. dccl4 limos
L O Si T PAPER,
FIFTY CENTS A REAM
HASEL STREET BAZAAR
Janis _ _
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. decl4 6mos
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish nil classes with
constant employment at home, thc whole of the
time, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable Persons of either sex easily
earn from 60 cents to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business. Boys and girls carn nearly as much as
men. That all who sec this notice may send their
address, aud test the business, wc make this un?
paralleled offer : To such as arc not well satisfied,
we will send fl to pay for thc trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will do
to commence work on, and a copy of "The Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-one of thc largest
?md liest family newspapers published -all sent
tree by mail. Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN ft CO.,.
Augusta. Maine. janlT 3mos
IF YOU WANT PAPER RAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Hags of every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. dccl4 6mos
JgXPOSI?ION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
The only Gold Medal.
EDGERTON ft RICHARDS, Agcnts
dcc24 No. 32 Broad street.
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their resid anees promptly and al
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprlll4 No. 31 Broad street, (np stairs.)
Unction Saks-Snlhxe Wans.
By Vf. Y. LEITCH & R S. BRUNS,
COUNTEE, RAILING, SIGN AND
Will be sold at the oftlce of thc Charleston Sav?
ings Institution, Ko. 92 Church street, THIS
DAT, 24th Instant, at ll o'clock.
The COUNTER, RAILING, SIGN and DESK o?
said Institution, suitable for commercial pur?
Terms cash. jan24
Suction Saks-Snlnxt HJarjs.
By JEFFORDS & CO.
DAMAGED SUGARS, FOR ACCOUNT
of Underwriters, and all concerned.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 2?th Instant, In
front of our stores, at hair-past 9 o'clock,
0 barrels Extra "C SUGAR
9 barrels "A" Sugar.
Damaged on bond schooner-, and sold for
account of Underwriters and all concerned.
Conditions cash._ jan24
By JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 25th Instant,
in front or our stores, at hair-past 9 o'clock,
500 boxes line Scaled HERRINGS.
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
ON THURSDAY, 3D OF FEBRUARY
next, at ll o'clock,
.Will be sold at the Old Postomee, Broad street,
All that three story RESIDENCE on a brick base?
ment, and LOT with outbuildings thereon, situate
on the south side of Lamboll street, near the Bat?
tery, and known as No. Eleven-lot 67 reet front
by 130 feet deep, more or less.
Terras-One-third cash; balance in one, two
nnd three years, secured by mortgage of property.
Buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Jan24 mfwth4 _
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
EXTENSIVE AUCTION OF HORSES
and Mules at the Mills House Stables, Chal?
Will positively bo sold WEDNESDAY next, 26th
Instant, at. 10 o'clock A. M.,
20 fine HORSES and MARES, saddle and drart,
25 head young, well-broken MULES, warranted.
By LOWNDES & GRDIBALL.
HOUSE AND LOT LN MOUNT STREET.
Will bc sold on TUESDAY, 25th instant, at
thc Old Post?nico, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OP LAND, with the two story
Wooden House thereon, situate on the north side
or Mount street, about 200 yards from Rutledge
Avenue. Lot measures 41 reet rront, by 143 reet
In depth, more or less.
Terms- One-hair cash; balance In one year. Pur?
chaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
IN PROBATE COURT, ABBEVILLE
COUNTY.-M. E. Dusenberry, Widow and
Administratrix, vs. W. A. Richey, Administrator,
and thc Infant Heirs of George Dusenberry, de?
By virtue of an order of W. Hill, Esq., Judge of
Probate for Abbeville County, In the above case,
to me directed and delivered, will bcsold on MON?
DAY, thc 7th day of February next, at the north?
east corner of the Court House, at 12 o'clock M.
All that. LOT OF LAND In the City or Charleston,
State or South Carolina, and known as No. 4 West
street, rrontiug on said street, and containing
thirty-six and a hair feet rront, and running back
one bund red and nlnty-scvcn and a quarter feet.
Bounded by lots ot Mitchell and Gardner, Ross
Davis, et al; together with all and singular the
rights, members, hereditaments and appurtenan?
ce's to the said premises in any wisc Incident or
Terms-One-half cash; balance on a credit or
twelve months. Purchaser to give bond, with
two good sureties, and mortgage or the premises,
to secure thc purchase m ?ii ey ; and to pay for
stamps and all necessary papers.
. E. W\ M. MACKEY,
Janl7m4_S. C. C.
By W. T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SOLD BY ORDER OF THE EXECU?
TRIX or the Estate or Walter Knox.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 27th Instant, ..t ll
olclock, at the Old Postomee,
That desirable two and a hair story Wooden
DWELLING with piazza and outbuildings, on the
north' side of Green street, one door east of Com?
ing, and known as No. 14. Said Dwelling con?
tains four square rooms, besides dressing room
Lot measures 40 feet front by 176 feet in depth,
more or leas.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with Interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage. Property to bc Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
jau201 hm tu IT: tis
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
VALUABLE LAW LIBRARY OF THE
late Josiah B. Perry, of Walterboro', by or?
der or thc Court of Common Pleas sitting in
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 25th instant, at ll
o'clock, at my ofllce,
Catalogues of the above can be seen at oftlce.
Terms cash._JanlQ ml Janis, 24, 25
By Z. B. OAKES.
ESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 27th Instant, at the
Old Postofllce, ar ll o'clock.
That well-known BUSINESS STAND, situated
at thc northeast corner or Broad and King st reets,
occupied ror many years by James Smith Col
bum, and now by Mr. Muller as a Family Groce?
ry. The Building is of brick, three stories high,
and substantially built. Lot 43 feet 9 inches on
Broad s>trcet, and 54 reet 7 inches on King street.
The three-story BRICK STORE AND DWELL?
ING, on the east side or Kiujr street, next north or
the above. Lot 25 feet 2 Inches front and 43 feet 0
indies in depth.
The twr'-story BRICK BUILDING, Nos. 1S7 and
iso. westside of King street, below Broad. The
lower purt occupied as a Dry Goods Store; the
upper part as Dwellings. Lot 40 reet rront and 43
reet in depth.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one.
two and three years, with interest payable semi?
annually, secured by bond and mortgage ol the
propertv; buildings to bc kept insured and policy
assigned. Purchasers to pay for papers and
XX In Bankruptcy-In the matter of William
Knotts, Bankrupt, ex parte C. B. Glover, As?
By virtue of an order from the Honorable Dis?
trict Court of the United States ror thc District of
South Carolina, 1 will sell at public auction, at
Orangeburg Court house, on MONDAY, the 7th day
or February next, at the usual hours ol sale,
The HEAL ESTATE or the said bankrupt, situ?
ated in Orangeburg and Lexington Counties, con?
sisting or about seven thousand (7006) acres or
The said Lands will bc sold In varions parcels,
plats of which will be exhibited on day or sale.
Terms or sale-One-third cash: balance on a
credit of one and two years, purchasers giving
bond and mortgage, with a covenant or resale on
failure of the conditions ot the bond, and to pay
for papers and stamps. C. B. GLOVER,
Assignee in Bankruptcy of William Knotts.
QUutiouccrs' iJnoatc Sales, $tt.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
PLANTATION WITH PHOSPHATE DE?
At Private Pale, CEDAR HILL TRACT, on Fos?
ter's Creek. St. James' Parish (Goose Creek.) con?
taining looo a< res, o; which looare cleared, prime
plaining land with negro settlement. There is a
bohl landing, adjacent to which is au extensive
Phosphate deposit, near the surface.
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
AT PRIVATE SALE
STEAM ENGINE and GRIST MILL and FIX?
TURES, all In complete running order. Pitt street,
two doors south ol' Calhoun. Thc premises will be
rented to the purchaser ir desired. Apply to
jane ihm J. FRASER MATHEWES.
X C H A N G E .
CHECKS ON NEW YORK bought and sold.
BILLS ON LONDON, at sight or sixty days, In
any sum, from ?1 upwards.
For sale by JAMES ADC ER & CO.
(Eigars, tobacco, St.
R. L. MORILLO, Manufacturer or Havana and
Domestic CIGARS, and dealer in TOBACCO, Snuff
and Pipes, keeps always on hand a lull assort?
ment or thc above articles, and offers them rrora
20 to 30 cents per 100 chpaper than any other
house. Any orders Tor Cigars will bc promptly
and faithfully executed.
Having on hand a large stock or Pipes, I offer
them at cost prices. Terms cash or city accep?
tance. Call at
dccU m No. 352 KING STREET.
ftiirtion Sales--.future Dans.
MARSHAL'S SAI ?T~
By virtue of sundry tax executions, to me
directed, I will sell at public auction, at the foot of
the Ferry wharf, in Mount Pleasant, on SATUR?
DAY, the fifth day of February, proximo, at ll
o'clock, A. M.
A LEASE, not exceeding seven years, of a num?
ber of Lots, for the following amount of taxes,
exclusive of costs, to wit:
Estate Jos. Addison, (2 years,} $3 25.
James Archer, (3 years,) S3 70.
Estate A. M. Bennett, (2 years.) $8 60.
J. M. Bryan, $12 20.
Mrs. Donipban, $3 00.
Mrs. M. Drams, $1 80.
Trust Estate E. H. Jervey, (3 years,) $24 00.
J. P. LaBorde, (3 years,) $4 80.
H. M. Magwood, $12 00.
Esta rr j. Michel, $4 80.
U. Moisson, $2 45.
Mrs. O'Hara, $2 40.
Trust Estate Wm. Pearce, (1867,) $11 00.
Estate K. A. Peurlfoy, $4 80.
Trust Estate E. A. Williams, $10 00.
C. C. Wharton, (2 years,) $3 to.
E. J. Black, (1868,) $2 00.
Jerry Yates, $9 00.
R. C. JERVEY,
Monnt Pleasant. January, 1870. Jan241 feb2
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCE IN THE WESTERN PART
of the City, near Ruledge avenue,
On THURSDAY, 27th instant, at ll o'clock, wUl
be sold at the Old Postomce, Broad street,
That desirable two and a half story DWELL?
ING, No. 58 Cannon street, containing six square
rooms and two attics, with commodious servants'
quarters, two kitchens, and all necessary out?
buildings; gas and grates throughout the house;
well and cistern on the premises. The House ls
new and In perfect repair, and ls within one hun?
dred steps of Rutledge avenue. Lot measures 45
by 140 feet, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, secured as usual. Purchaser to make re?
turn for taxes this year, and to pay for papers and
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On THURSDAY, 27th Instant, at ll o'clock,
will be sold at the Old Postomce, Broad street.
That delightful two and a half story DWELLING,
No. 84 America street, containing five square
rooms, gan and grates, attics, dressing-room, pau
t rv, il embie-piazzas, and commodious outbuildings;
cistern with nlterlnji wall anda fine well of water,
A grapery, flower, fruit and vegetable garden on
the premises. The Lot, which ls very high, meas?
ures 66 >i feet frontby 150 deep, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year.
Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
jan20 thmw4 _
By BOWERS & SILC0X.
WILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY NEXT,
25th instant, in front of the old Postomce,
corner of East Bay and Broad streets, .
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situated in Marsh street, No. 7. Lot 40
feet front, by loo feet deep, more or less. Build?
ing contains 6 sqnarc rooms, piazza on southside,
with a good Kttehen and out bandings, and a good
Terms-One-half cash; balante In one year,
secured by bond and mortgage. Banding to be
insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
B. A S. for papers and stamps._Jan22
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY
Stanton vs. Rook, Administrator of Rod
din et al.
By virtue of an order of sale in the above canse
to me directed by the Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge
of the . >urt of Common Pleas for the First Cir?
cuit sit:, ?g in Equity, I will, on THURSDAY, the
lOtH day of February, 1870, offer for sale at pub?
lic auction, at the Old Postoffice, foot of Broad
street, in the City of Charleston, at ll o'clock A.
The following pieces of Real Estate, to-wlt:
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate on the east side of Archdale
street, In the City of Charleston, between Clifford
and Beresford streets, known by Ko. 10, meas?
uring in front thirty (30) feet, more or less, and
one huudred and twenty feet (120) more or less in -
depth; bounded on the south by the Lands of Al?
bert Elfe, on the north by Lands of Henry Horl
beck, and west by Archdale street.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
called MoQnhorn. situate, lying and being on
Daniel's Island, in the District of Charleston, con?
taining 312 acres, more or less; batting and bound?
ing north partly on Moonhorn Creek, and partly
on Lands of Robert Ralston. The boundary liar?
are represented on a plat by Henry Ravenel, Esq.,
14th November, 1831, and recorded In the office uf
Resister of Mesne Conveyance for Charleston
That one undivided moiety and half part of all
that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND called
Goddar's Island, situate, lying and being in the
Parishes or St. Thomas and St. Den ls, in the District
of Charleston, containing 300 acres, more or
less; butting and bounding northeast by Beres?
ford's Creek, dividing the marsh between the
said Island and Daniel's Island, which ls tbe di?
viding line bet ween-the-BSid tract and Benjamin
Parker's Land, now estate -^-WenUfifr, together
with the marsh belonging to said Island, more
particularly described by deed of record In the
oitice of Register of Mensc Conveyance for Charles?
All that TRACT OF LAND situate, lying and
being on the line of the Charleston and Savannah
Railroad, In St. Paul's Parish, measuring and
containing one hundred and fifty acres, more or
less; butting and bounding north by Drayton
street and Lands or D. and R. H. Biker, and
others, east by Fairfield Flantatlon and Spring
street, south on Lands of Oates and others, .west
by Lands of Biker, as per plat drawn by H. H.
Mellard, Surveyor, in July, 1859.
A TRACT OF LAND containing twenty-three
and one-half acres, situate In the Parish of St.
Jumes Goose Creek, on Mount Holly, in Charles?
ton County; bounded north on Lands of Fltzslm
mons, south on Lands of Estate of Keith, and west
on Lands of Benjamin A. Donnelly.
All that TRACT OF LAND OR FARM, in tho
Town of Ravenel, on the line of the* Charleston
and Savannah Railroad, in the County of Colle?
r?n, measuring and containing live acres, be the
same more or less; butting and bounding north
on a road from Drayton street, east on Lands of
Riker, south on lauds of Rose, west by Lands of
Those certain PIECES OR LOTS OF LAND oppo?
site the above described tract of Land or Farm,
containing lirteen anni one-half acres, more Or
less, embracing what is known as Long Pond, as
will more tully appear by reference to the plat of
the Town of Ravenel, laid out by W. H. Mellard,
Surveyor, in 1859.
Terms-One-third cash; residue in one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with in?
terest from day or sale and mortgage of the prem?
ises sold. Purchasers to pay for titles, stamps,
and all necessary expenses.
WM. J. GAYER,
Jan2l fmwothl_Special Referee.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Von Gohren vs. Habenicht-In Equity.
By virtue of an Order of Sale In the above canse,
to me directed, by the Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas for the First Cir?
cuit, sliting m Equity, I will offer for sale at pub?
lic auction, on THURSDAY, the 10th February,
1870, at il o'clock A. M., at the Old Postomce, in
Hie Cit v or Charleston,
All those TWO LOTS OF LARD, Bltuate, lying
and being in thc Town of Mount Pleasant, known
in a plat of John A. Michel, Surveyor, dated May
8th, 1854, by the letters O and N, measuring and
containing in front on Pitt street ninety (90) feet,
and in depth two hundred (200) feet. Bounding
to the north on Lot No. 42; easton Lot lettered M;
south on Friend street, and west on Pitt street, as
per said plat.
All that other LOT OF LAND, situate in the said
Town or Mount Pleasant, known In a plat by the
said John A. Michel, Surveyor, dated 5th May,
1S54, by the letter "B." measuring in front thirty
live (35) reet. more or less, and in depth one hun?
dred and thirty-five (1351 feet, more or less.
Hounded on north liv Lands or thc Ferry Corn
pan v; cast ou Lands or James English; south on
Queen street, and west on Land or John M. Bryan.
Terms-One-half cash; residue on a credit of
one and two years, secured by bond or the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to nay for titles, stamps and all necessary ex?
penses. WM. J. GAYER,
jau2i fmw9thl Special Rereree.
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FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS, Tea Sets and
Dinner and Breakfast PLATES, Tea Plates, Coffee
and Tea Cups and Saucers, Covered Dishes, Flat
Di*lies, Teapots, Sugar and Cream Bowls. Butter
Dishes. Ac, Ac. at importers' cost.
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