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Meetings This Day
Landmark Lodge, at 7 P. M.
German Friendly Society, at - P. M.
Steam Fire Company o? Axmen, at half-past T
T.oard of Trade, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
Miles Drake will sell at IO o'clock, at his
<tore, contents of a dry poods store, Ac.
Win. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
military pant.-, c^?ts, Ac.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at >iau*-past 10
o'clock, horses, furniture, jewelry, ?tc.
PERSONAL.-Mr. J. H. Hackett, the famous
comedian, is at the Charleston Hotel.
REAL ESTATE SALE.-Messrs. Leitch & Bruns
sold yesterday a plantation in St. James", Santee,
known as Echaw, for $1055.
CORRESPONDENT.-The theatrical company,
about which a ?correspondent makes inquiry, will
retui n to Charleston on Sunday.
THE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office is
nov prlntingJ)ill-heads in the best style and on
tine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
THE VINTAGE OF CHAMPAGNE.-W. S. Corwin
A Co. have in stock a quantity of the cabinet
ch sfeipagne of Bouche Fils. This wine is import?
ed from Franc? by thc Corwins, and is, wc judge,
the fliest champagne in thc Charleston market.
A MUSICAL TREAT IN STORE.-Miss Mccul?
loch, the gifted Carolina songstress, has formed
an engagement with Brignoli and a full troapc,
and ls now on her way from the Pacific slope to
her native city, Columbia, where she will give
several exhibitions during the present month.
MARRIAGE IS HIGH JLIFE.-Under the head
.of "Marriage in High Lire," a Greensboro' corres?
pondent or thc Atlanta Constitution aunouuecs
the nuptials or Miss Lncy Huger, granddaughter
of the late Daniel Huger, of South Carolina, and
Dr. John Elliott, son of the late bishop or the dio?
cese of Georgia.
THE BOARD OF TRADE.-The attention o? the
members of the Board of Trade is directed to a
call for a meetiag to be held this evening, when
the committee will report on the reading room
and club. Th* new building on Meeting street
is rapidly approaching completion, and wiU be
Inaugurated at an early day.
MORTUARY REPORT.-Thc bill of mortality
for the past week ending January 29th, 137?,
shows a total or twenty-eight deaths-whites
seven, colored -twenty-one. or the former two
were males and four T?male infants and one fe?
male adult. Thc blacks were four male and six
female Infants, one male and taree female adults.
FRANKLIN OUTDONE. - Ben Franklin once
"He who by the plough would thrive,
Himself must either hold or drive."
Ttiese lines were very popular in their day, an 1
eveu now they are occasionally quoted by ola fo?
gies. But some person has eclipsed them by
?bringing out thc following :
"He who hy his biz wonld rise,
Must either bust or advertise."
"Asn THERE SHALL BE SIGNS IS THOSE
DAYS!"-Mr. C. Werner, the Tubal Cain of this
-section of the globe, has Just completed one of
his marvellous combinations of iron that delight
the good citizens of Charleston, in the shape of
signs. That placed In position yesterday over
Messrs. Cameron A Barkley's new store ls a mas?
terpiece of the Ironworker's art. A gilded saw is
hung from a framework of iron that supports an
anvil, from which rises a snake, who holds upon
-one or his crests a cushion, star and hammer. The
workmanship ls perfect, and the general remark J
was, whoever saw such a sign?
CRUMBS.-Mr. James P. Hughes, an old r?si?
dent of Charleston, died suddenly on Monday
last from disease of the heart.
The Fenians of this city will meet to-morrow
evening to discuss business of importance.
A saloon-keeper of this city has been arrested
for an alleged violation of thc Civil Rights bill.
An encounter took place on Monday evening on
the battery, between two individuals on hostile
thoughts intent, in which one of warriors match
-ed his stick against his opponent's pistol. They
were separated before any damage was done.
Salnave's officers, with big names and bigger
rtitles, lay over in wilmington on Saturday night.
There was a very fair house at the Augusta
Theatre on the occasion or Manager Ford's bene?
fit, Mr. O'Neil, (Claude Melnottc,) Miss Eldridge,
(Pauline,) and Ella Chapman, (Jenny Lind,) are
warily praised by the Augusta papers.
The Vigilant Fire Engine Company celebrated
.their anniversary yesterday.
LAST DAY IS CHARLESTOS.-Thc citizens of
Charleston have patronized more than liberally
the panorama ot New York City at Hibernian
Hall. It exhibits to-day at 3, and to-night at S
o'clock for the last time here. Our brethren or
the press or other cities do not hesitate to extend
.to it their most willing favors. A visitor tj this
work of art says : "Millionaires lolling in easy
.carriages; upper ten ladies promenading aristo
oratio avenncs; 'fast men riding fast horses; lean
-dandies languishing on heavy canes; butcher
boys In trucks bandying compliment? with side?
walk loafers; sturdy beggars jostling feeble apple
women; newsboys running afoul or blind cripples;
Bowery b'hoys out a lurking with stalwart g'hals;
'beggars and princes; Jews and Gentiles; authors
in rags and cut throats in broadcloth; editors and
.vagabonds ; children, dogs and monkeys-In
short, 'New York as lt ls,? by the hand ora master
who has not sacrlfled truth to delicacy, and who
was not too fastidious to be Just.
Yet there is nothing coarse or Indelicate In this
.exhibition. The different Agu: es on the canvass
are said to be actual transcripts of persons on
the streets at the time the drawings were made.
It ls Indeed a painting of extraordinary merit
.and fidelity. One will be astonished to learn that
lt cost four years of constant labor, and yet per?
haps still more astonished that so much could
have been executed by one man in a lifetime.
It should be seen by all; by those who have
mot visited the great city, to learn its mysteries;
?by those who have, to pay a visit to their old
USITED STATES COURT, FEBRUARY 1-Hos.
GEORGE S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-EX parte Arten?
Astenston, of Cologne, Prussia. Notice of inten?
tion to become a cit izen.
Ex parte Shumate A Blythe, in re Grady A Haw?
thorn. In Bankruptcy. Rule ou the lute mar
.shal, J. P. M.,Epping, who was ordered to pay as?
signee's funds in his possession.
Ex parte E. B. Glover, in re William Knotts.
Petition to assess damages. Commissioner's re?
Ex parte Cleland K. Huger and A. F. Ravenel,
la re John G. Thurston. Petition for sale. As?
signee ordered to sell.
The following order has been passed by the
judge where the caseg are for the pay meat of |
-debts incurred fer the purchase of slaves :
J3x parte W. H. and S. D. Goodlett, executors,
and William Berry, in re Israel Charles, bank?
rupt.-Petition to establish a lien.
On hearing the report of w. j. ciawson, regis?
trar, tn the above case, on motion or Perry A
.Perry, attorneys for W. H. and S. D. Goodlett, ex?
ecutors, and William Berry, it was ordered that
William T.Shumate, assignee or the said Israel
.Charles, bankrupt, after rtrst paying the cost or
these proceedings and the Incidental costs or sale,
-do apply lhe balance or the proceeds of sale or
Teal and personal esta e or the bankrupt to the
pavmentor the ?mtg uents established against
said bankrupt, according to their priori Hes, pay?
ing pro rata to those ol' rqnal date; provided, how?
ever, that ihe holders ur these judgments shall
first give bond, wu h goo t and suillcieut sureties,
to be approved by the registrar and reported tothis
court, to return to the assignee the monies so paid
to them, ir the Supreme Court or the United States
should decide that the payment of debts mein red
fortrie purchase of slaves cannot be legally en
forcett GEO. S. BK YAN,
U. S. Jndge, Dist, of So. Ca.
THE FUNERAL OF THE REV. DR. BAKER.
During thc whole of Monday, and up to ten
o'clock on Monday night, a stream of people
passed steadily into St. Mary's Church, Hasel
street, where the remains of the late Dr. Baker
were lying in state. It is estimated that at least
ten thousand persons visited the church at this
time, and at six o'clock yesterday morning a
number of persons were already in thc church
awaiting the Requiem Mass, which began at 9
o'clock. Long before this hour the church was
crowded in every part. Aisles, galleries, organ
loft ami vestry rooms were densely crowded with
persons of all classes and all denominations,
eager to shew their respect for thc good priest,
whom so many had cause to reverence and love.
Thc Requiem Mass was celebrated by thc Very
Rev. Mr. Bermingham, Vicar-General of thc dio?
cese, assisted by thc Rev. Mr. Quigley and the
Rev. Mr. Folchi. The Rev. Mr. Croghan, thc Rev.
Mr. Schachte, the Rev. Dr. Moore and the Rev. Mr.
Northrop also took part in chanting the solemn
services for the dead.
The music chosen for thc occasion was Schmidt's
Requiem Mass, which the choir rendered with ex?
cellent effect. At the offertory, a soprauo solo by
Mienkc, '-Thou hast redeemed my soul," was
pathetically and skilfully sung.
At the close of the mass the Rev. Mr. Croghan,
an intimate friend as well as a pupil of the late
Dr. Baker, delivered ::n eloquent address upon
the text: ' Dust thoa art, and unto dust thou
shalt return." After showing the moral taught
by the common lot of all mankind, the reverend
speaker proceeded to review thc lifo and services
of the deceased. Beginning with the statement
that Dr. Baker was boru In Ireland, the speaker
described in eloquent words the glory ofthat lit
tle?Ie which has given to thc world so many Il?
lustrious men-illustrious in art and science, in
peace and war, in the halls of Parliament and in
the service of the church. Passing rapidly
over thc earlier years of Dr. Baker, thc
speaker described the arrival in Charleston
of thc young Irishman who brought let?
ters of recommendation to Bishop England,
through whom he was able to gratify the desire
of his heart and become a priest. The speaker:
described at length the pastoral career of thc
deceased, whose budding talents Bishop England
recognized at a glance. He paid a high compli?
ment to the learning and eloquence of the deceas?
ed, and said emphatically that there was not in
the United States, whether priest or bishop, a
man who "?n" superior in ability to him whose
eyss were u. closed in death. Dr. Baker had,
tn the Catholic Church, no superior, and very
few equals. Li conclusion tl c Rev. Mr.
Croghan explained, far thc benefit of such
of his hearers as were of a different faith,
the doctrine of thc Roman Catholic Church in re?
gard to purgatory, and earnestly invited all whom
he addressed to breathe a prayer for the repose of
the soal of the deceased. The Rev. Mr. Croghan
spoke throughout with a quiet earnestness which
showed how well he knew, and how highly he
appreciated, the virtues and talents of the lament?
The funeral services being ended, ihe coffin was
lowered into a vault built under the centre of thc
church, and the vast congregation slowly and
TIS FORTT YEARS SINCE.-The following in?
cident, contributed to the February number of
Hie Rural Carolinian by Dr. William T. Wragg, of
this city, ls of unusual interest and historical
value as showing the origin of the discovery of
the magnetic telegraph :
In ISSI, and part of 1S32, the writer, then
studying in the schools of the world-renowned
Paris, had his lodging In the modest upper cham?
ber of the unpretending "Hotel de Calcutta," In
the "Rue de Savoye," near the famous old "Pont
Neuf," on the student's side of thc Sciue, in thc
"Pays Latin." At the same time there lived In
the same hotel another young compatriot, also
engaged In the* prosecution of his studies. His
calling led him into very different places from
those frequented by the writer ; but on Sundays
and holidays a visit to the Louvre often found the
latter standing, In wrapped admiration, before an
immense canvas, reached by a stage eight or
ten feet in height, upon which the former was
dally engaged In copying the great picture of thc
"Shipwreck," which at that day graced, and per?
haps still graces, the wall of the first room of thc
grand gallery of thc Louvre. Time passed on,
ana, as the picture advanced to completion, and
the artist grew in reputation, his friends au?
gured most favorably for the future fame of au
author whose first finished picture produced bim
(rumor said) the handsome sum of one thousand
In the summer of 1832, this artist was on his
way home in one of the fine ships or the Havre
and New York line. Steam did not, in those days,
puff the traveller on hts homeward pad. ?icross
the grand Atlantic In seven or eight days, and ad?
verse winds not lnfreqsently protracted thc
voyage rar beyond the cndnraice or impatient
absentees, longing .'or heme, for fame, and for
fortune. The voyage, on this occasion, was un?
usually long. The passengers hid used every or?
dinary resource by which they might hope ts
substractan honr or two from the tedious time.
All had been employed, all had been exhausted,
all had railed.
At last a fellow-passcngcr, whose studies had
also been going on in that grand old omnibus,
Paris, and who, like the painter, was returning
hone with head and heart both filled, like his,
with hopes of greatness, and the means of achiev?
ing lt, and whose career bas been hardly less suc?
cessful, brought on deek his scientific apparatus,
and proposed to lop off an hour or two from thc
tedious time by exhibiting experiments. Electri?
city and galvanism contributed their quota. In
oue ol these experiments the effect produced was
seen at a considerable distauce from the instru?
ment that was working. An Englishman, who
was carelessly locking on, remarked, "What a
pity we can't send messages as quick as that."
This remark seemed to pass away like tho flash
that had occasioned it.for no rarther rererencc was
made to it, but it was a seed that had rallen on
good ground, and in due time it sprung up ai.d
bore fruit million-fold.
Arrived at New York, the ennuy? passengers
separated. But nothing was heard of thc ambi?
tious painter, whose copy of the "Shipwreck" had
spread his Tame ahead or him.
Thc old ropewalk that stood on or near the
spot on which the distributing reservoir or the
Croton water now Ls, was hired by some un?
known person, who was engaged in some un?
known experiments which did not seem to give
much promise ot useful result, siucc month ar?
ter month and year arter year passed by and still
thc mysterious workman was as dark and myste?
rious as ever, and his barred doors still defled thc
curiosity ol the curious, till at last even the mys?
tery itself ceased to attract notice.
Ten y ears'passed thus, and at the end of that
time Morse emerged from hts ropewalk with his
TELEGRAPH accomplished, and electrified Hie
THE LECTURE ON TURKEY.-The new music
hall ot the Academy or Music was opened to the
public for the first time last night ou the occasion
or the lecture on "Lifo In Turkey" by the Rev.
Arthur Bogdon. thc Nsstorlan minister, in behalf
ol the Ladles' Mutual Aid Society. Thc new hall
is oue or the most commodious in thc city,
and is titted up In a superior manner, the eclilug
b<.:ng frescoed, and the gas fixtures or the m ist
Improved pattens. Ttiough ample accommo lo?
tions were lurnishei', every seat was filh d,
and the attendance was both a flattering
testimonial to thc abilities or the speaker
and a prompt response to a charitable ap?
peal. The lecturer depicted la glowing col?
ors the struggles ot the native Christians in
Turkey, and how, notw thstandlng the heel or the
oppressor was on their necks, thc sect had con?
tinued to preserve their religious Individuality
through the pa-<t ages. What perhaps added an
interest to the lecture, was the tact that the reve?
rend speaker was rrom the birthplace or our
Saviour, the village or Bethlehem, and was thor?
oughly familiar with the social habits of the peo?
ple he was describing.
Mr. withers, the accomplished leader of the or?
chestra, performed two of his inimitable solos on
the violin during thc evening that added greatly
to the interest or 'he occasion.
The course or lectures will be continued this
evening, when Mr. Bogdon will give further de?
scriptions of the land of Islam.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY.-The Columbia
Guardian says: "This institution is steadily re?
covering from the mischief caused by the errone?
ous reports circulated throughout thc State during
the past summer. The exercises of the first term
have almost reached their close, without a single
interruption or untoward occurrence; already,
within a few days past, several additions have
been made to thc number of students, and it is
hoped that thc new term will begin under most
EXTENSIVE LITIGATION.-The Court of Gen?
eral Sessions and Common Picas, to be held in
this city on Monday next, will have under con?
sideration a terrible array on both the criminal
and civil (lockets. The colored people, as a class,
have fully exercised thc rights of litigation allow?
ed to them by the law, aud will enter the arena
of justice prepared to do battle on every conceiv?
able cause. Magistrate T. J. Mackey will alone
present thirty-four cases, which is estimated to
be two-thirds more than nay two of his partners
on thc magisterial bench can muster. These
magistrates' cases are mostly petty suits for slan?
der and other trivial causes, and are hardly worth
the time they occupy In hearing.
THE GREAT WESTERN MARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY.-The statement of this company, pub?
lished in to-day's paper, is a nattering exhibit of
its financial condition. Tbe paid up capital is
nearly two million, while the assets amount to
one million more. The terras arc extremely libe?
ral, and the certificates issued under which losses
are made payable are available with bankers
both in Europe and this country as collateral se?
curity. The list of directors which is appended
comprise thc names of thc best business men in
New York ; and their known character for ster?
ling integrity will alone make the company popu?
lar with insurers. Tills ls the company of which
Colonel Latlters was president Tor many years,
during which time he laid the fouudation of Its
WHITEWASHING BILI._Senator Robertson
has reported from the Special Committee on Re?
moval of Political Disabilities a bill including the
names of nearly six hundred persons. The
names reported from South Carolina are: Cyrus
D. Meltou, Samuel AV. Melton, Thomas J. Lamotte,
Jesse E. Dent, Robert C. Shiver, John Agnew,
Columbia; W. E. Holcomb, Plcicons County; John
G. Euloe, York; Robert McKay, Greenville; Wil?
liam Shiver, Ringville; Isaac G. McKlssick, Rob?
ert Macbeth, Cnionvlllc; John I'. Mathews, Henry
A. Smith, AVinnsboro; James Hemphill, Chester;
John Tuomey, Charleston; Charles H. Janney,
Columbia; Ciando C. Turner, J. C. AVinn Smiti',
William Irwin, Spartanburg, James A. Rotchford,
Theodore Dyers, York; J. E. Glenn, Newberry ;
Thomas T. Earle. Greenville.
ACADEMY OF MCSIO.-The audience Inst night
was an Improvement, in point of numbers, on
tlie one of thc previous evening, and was, as
usual, most enthusiastically well pleased witli the
Bishop's "Paul Pry" ls Irresistibly funny, and
ls worked out with more care than perhaps he lias
yet evinced In any character.
The extravaganza of "Mazeppa" ls a most
audacious burlesque, and was very effective.
Blanche Chapman looked particularly well as
"Olinska," and her costume w?s very tasteful
and appropriate. Lila, as "Premislau," was es?
sentially Cite, and made a decided hit.
To-night we are to have the famous comedy of
"Thc Rivals," with Bishop as "Bob Acres," to be
followed by the clever musical burlesque or
Hotel Arrivals-February 1.
Daniel Callahur, Savannah; John W. White
sides, Christ Chnrch Parish; James M. Clark, Wil?
liam Woods, John T. White, John B. Gibson, Geo.
Slilllcto, Robert Howe. Thomas Morrison, Cincin?
nati; John Thomas, AVashington; S. S. Sheddor,
Mr. Sheddor, Rah way, X. J.; Seaman Lowrie, Mrs.
Lowrie, Mr. Lowrie, Yonkers, N. Y.; Miss E. J.
Denncstor, Cornwall, Orange County,N.T.; S. F.
Will, L. AVittpcnn. lady, child and nurse, Henry
A. Gadsden, Rec. Garreque, A. Stoddart, John J.
Dclany, J. II. Hackett, New York; George Sprague
and servant, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Turning, Hall
rax, N. S.; James V, Johnson, James Hodges,
Baltimore; E. A. Marshall, Philadelphia; J. M. H.
Stewart and lady, Miss Stewart, Trenton, N. J.;
Thomas Kenworttiy, Albany; AV. R. Robertson,
Chesterfield County, Va.; S. H. Johnson, Peters?
Mervin Rossman, Madison; Jno. D. Teal, Greens?
boro'; John N. Long, James C. Hunter, George?
town; L. AV. narkin and wile. New York; Thomas
Brown, Blackville; M. AVcst, Midway; J. M.- Goude
lock, Newberry; J. H. Irby, Jr., Laurens; Jno. D.
Sullivan, Laurens; C. B. Hammett, Spartanburg;
B. H. Bates, Spartanburg; R. Fleming, Slabtown;
J. AV. Sty and wile, Baltimore; AV. AV. AA'ood, G.
P. Nelson. Klngstree; D. P. Logoman, Graham's
Turnout; Wm. Pylam, New York; R. D. AA'ood,
Datha Island; D. J. Pipkin, Klngstree; J. J. Price,
W. L. Kelley, Darlington; Mark Read, Augusta;
T. A. Carlisle, Onion; L. S. Solomon, Columbia;
AV. T. Blanton, Barnwell, Robt. Tuttle, St. Ste?
phens; II. G. Avant, Piaeville; B. H. Boyd, Gra?
hamville; D. E. Gordon, AVilllarasburg; D. Curtis,
P. G. -C.rodln, South Carolina; J. W. Smyser,
city; J. AV right, Edisto; A. B. Nichols, AVatcrbury;
J. Vreeland, N. B. Hudson, city; Jno. S. Mathews,
New York; AV. E. Hoffman. Clinton; AV. M. Shcp
ward, New Jersey; J. L. cowies, Connecticut; S.
Corden, G. A. Lawrence, New York; S. Bradford
and Miss Bradford, Vermont; J. C. Robinson,
Beaufort; Miss Y. M. Robinson, Philadelphia; ?.
G. Lobdell, New York; J. Lester, Kalamazoo; J.
P. Low, Columbia; Miss Ella Chapman, Baltimore;
G. E. Whaley, Orangeburg; AV. Stevenson, Aiken;
I. Markers, S. Haines and wife. A. Mudge and
wife, J. Low, Miss Anderson, Misa Low, J. J. Dur?
ham, New York; S. D. Rose, Philadelphia; Captain
Gannon, st-amer Pocosln; G. F. Von Hollen and
sou, New York.
LADIES, have yon seen that nice note paper
at the Hasel street Bazaar, price 25 cents for two
WK CALL attention to a large Hale of valuable
real estate, advertised by Mr. Z. B. Oakes, In to?
day's issue. The property ls the estate of the late
Moses D. Hyams.
BUT your new novels at thc Hasel street
A NEW STYLE of fine Initial note paper and
envelopes, 40 cents a box, at the Hasel street Ba?
?Sr NOTICE. - PERSONS HAVING
claims against thc Estate of the late Miss ELIZA
TOL'SIGKR, deceased, will render attested state
meats, aud those indebted wll make pay meut
to REBECCA ARMSTRONG,
febi w3 Qualified Executrix.
?Sf NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING claims against thc Estate of the late JAMES
MURDOCH, will render attested statements
thereof to McLOY A RICE, and those indebted
will make payment as above.
jan25 tu3 J. W. RICK, Executor.
pa NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, PIREPROOF BUILDING, CHARLES?
TON, S. C., December 20, 1869.-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 the penalty strictly
enforced. F. LANCE,
derna Clerk Board C. C.
/SPERRY'S COMEDONE AND PIM?
PLE REM Kl) Y positively cures Comedones, (Bald
Heads or Grubs;) also Red, AVhite and Malterated
Pimples on thc face. Depot No. 49 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere,
ps- NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES P E
Schooner LULA NEWTON arc requested to cal
thc office of W. B. HERIOT A CO.', Bf oad street
sign average bonds to defray expenses putt
Into Norfolk, Va. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
feh2 3_-gy i rrrent
PS- CHARLESTON, JANUARY 26, 18
Three weeks after date hereof I will make ap
cation to thc Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
South Carolina for a renewal of SCRIP, No. -
for Seventeen Shares, standing on books of s
Bank in name of WILLIAM LUCAS.
jan2C w3_J. BRAYTON FORE
ps- JOHN STANTON VS. N. A. ROO
ADMINISTRATOR OF BEItNARD RODDIN, I
CEASED, ET AL.-IN EQUITY.-Pursuant to I
order of Court In this cause, the creditors of BI
NARD RODDIN, deceased, are required to prc
their claims before me on or before the first Mi
DAY orMarch next. WILLIAM J. GAYER,
jan2l fmw9_Special Referee
ps- TO PRINTERS.-JJ? YOU WAI
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPEI
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Prli
lng Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, op]
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
ps- IP YOU WANT LAW BOOK
LAW BLANKS and LegarPrlnting, go to EDWAJ
PERKY, No. 155 Meetiug street, opposite Charl
ton Hotel, Charleston, S. C._dcci4 Gmo;
ps- THE BANK OF HAMBURG.-B
1NG appointed as the Receiver of the ITambn
Bank, by his nonor Judge PLATT, Judge ort
Second Circuit Court, notice is hereby given,
all whom it may concern, that I shall attend, 1
the discharge or my duty, on nnd arter the 29'
OK JANUARY, 1870, ot my office In Hamburg,
receive all claims, assets, or information co
nectcd with said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
j an 20 24_Receiver.
pgr FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLIE
at Wholesale prices, when purchased by the eas
half barrel or barrel. Hermetically Scaled Gooi
by thc dozen. All goods warranted, and FUI
WEIGHT GUARANTEED. We Invite the atte
lion or the public to the QUALITY and PRICES
our Goods, and particularly to the WEIGHTS.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
Jan24_No. 275 King street.
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the Geni
Urinary Organs, will receive the latest sclentli
treatment, by placing themselves under the ca
of DR. T. REBNTSJERNA, Office No. 74 Has
street, three doors cast from the Postofflce.
ps- IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANE
LA and all kinds of WRAPPING PAPERS, go
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opp
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
ps- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABL
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Rupture
Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Addrc:
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, Ne
p&-TO CONSUMPTIVES.-THE AI
VERTISER, having been restored to health In
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after havir
suffered several years with a severe lung arfe
Hon, and that dreadful disease, consumption,
anxious to make known to his rcUow-sufferers tl
means of cure.
To all who desire lt, he will send a copy of tl
prescription used (free of charge,) with the dlrei
Hons for preparing and using the same, wide
they wiU find a SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTIOI
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, AC. The object or the ai
vcrtiser in sending the Prescription ls to bene!
the afflicted, and spread Information which h
Conceives to be Invaluable; and he bopes ever
sufferer will try his remedy, as lt wlB cost thei
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please a<
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Willlamsburt
Kings County, New York._novo 3mos
ps- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSA"
on the Cause and Cure or Decline In Prcmatur
Man, the treatment or Nervous and Physical De
"There is no member or society by whom titi
book will not be found useful, whether such pei
son holds the relation of Parent Preceptor o
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of fifty cents. Addres
the Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS, Washington
D. C._scptl lyr
ps- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLI
Eyes made \ew, easily, without doctor or med]
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue
New York. dccl5 wfm3mos
^-THE INFIRMITIES OF AGE.
Decrcpltude is the natural accompaniment of oh
age, but lt may be ameliorated, and thc period o
entire helplessness long postponed by the judi
clous usc of a healthful stimulant. Physicians
fully aware sf this Tact, usually recommend mod
crate stimulation when the strength and vigor o
maturity have been suspended by the reeblencs.1
and prostration which are thc Inevitable result
or declining years. Port wlue, gin, brandy and
other liquors arc orten prescribed by medical mer
ror aged persons, but thc Impulses which rermcn
cd and distilled liquors give to thc circulation,
and thc energy they seem to impart, is transl
tory, unless thc alcoholic principle is modifier
and qualflcd by thc presence or medical tonics
and Invigorates. Of all the combinations or dir
rusivc stimuli with thc juices of herbs, roots and.
barks that have ever been administered to thc
aged and Infirm, with the view of sustaining theil
waning strength, cheering their drooping spirits
and relieving their aches and pains to which they
arc subjected, none has been found so efficacious,
so agreeable and so permanent in its effects as
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Tho differ?
ence between the effect, or the Bitters and that ot
a mere excitaut, however pure, ls the same as be?
tween the effect ora sudden and momentary ap?
plication ot excessive rorce to a given purpose,
and the result or a steady, continuous applica?
tion or exactly thc requlste amount or Torce to the
same end. The mere spirit ot physlclal energy
produced by a dram (and which ls always suc?
ceeded by corresponding depression) never yet
bonefltted nny man or woman suffering from
physical decay. A cordial like Fostctter's Bit?
ters, at once soothing aud invigorating, is the
remedial agent required._Jan29 GPtc
^TO REMOVE MOTH PATCHES,
FRECKLES and TAN from the face, use PERRY'S
Moth and Freckle Lotion. Prepared only by Dr.
B. C. PERRY, No. 40 Bond-street, New York. Sold
by all Druggists._dee? 3mos
pS- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays ror Young Men, on the honor
and happiness or Marriage, and the evils and dan?
gers of celibacy, with sanitary help for thc at?
tainment of man's true position in lire. Scut Tree
in scaled envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box I', Philadelphia, Pa.
jan2S 3m os_
ps- JUST OUT.-CHERRY PECTO?
RAL TROCHES, superior to all others ror Colds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manuractnrcd by RUSHTON A CO., Astor noose,
No more or those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Hr,, ne
pS- ERRORS OE YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered ror years from Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all the effects or
youthful Indiscretion, will, ror the sake or suffer
lng humanity, send Tree toall who need lt, the re?
ceipt and directions tor making thc simple rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertlser'9 experience, can do so
oy addressing, with perfect confidence, JOHN P.
OGDEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New York,
Unction Sales-?This LD an.
By WM. McKAT.
ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CON
THIS DAY, at io o'clock', at Ko. 136 Meeting
200 'pairs Military PANTS, Coats, Caps, Office
Desks, Store Trueks, Sundries, Ac, Ac.
By MILES DRAKE.
CONTENTS OF A RETAIL STORE,
Clothing, Ac. ?.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner or King nut! Liberty streets,
The CONTENTS or a Retail Store, consisting or:
RED FLANNEL, Ticking, Canton Flannel, Ken?
tucky Jean, Satinet, Crown Blankets, Madras
Handkerchiefs, Balmoral Skirts, Men's Brogans,
Womens' Bootees, Wool and Cotton Hosiery,
Men's Gray and Violet Undershirts, Neck Ties,
Black Veils, Dressing and Fine Comb?, Thimbles,
Hair Pins, Paper Collars. Coats and Pants, Felt
and Wool Hats, L. B. Shirts, Shirt Bosoms, Sus?
penders, Spool Thread. Lamps and Brackets,
Gloves, Oil Cans, Yard Sticks, Peg Cutters, Count
ters, Pocket Knives, Ac.
An Invoice or well assorted CLOTHING, just re?
On Friday 1 will sell 76 cases Boots Slices, and
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT HALf
past io o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street,
Handsome FURNITURE, Pianos, Horses and
K. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT ll
o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street,
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES aud JEWELRY.
QYSTERS ! OYSTEBS 1 OYSTERS !
Freshly opened OYSTEIIS will bc found every
day, (beginning WEDNESDAY, February 2.) at the
Grocery or 1). A. A MME, southeast corner or Meet?
ing and Market streets.
Thc sales bv.JOHN HURKAMP A CO., corner
Broad and King streets, H. F. W. B REU BR, corn?
er Coming and Calhoun streets, F. THEUS, Went?
worth street, and A. JOHNSON, coruer Elizabeth
and John streets, are also continued.
On and after February 4, the delivery of opened
Oysters to private resiliences will bc discon?
tinued. THOMAS McCRADY,
fcbl 4 , Agent.
Mons. BERGER'S school is thc only one In
Charleston where danciHg is truly taught. Who
can deny it? Mons. B. isa professional teacher,
and has been favorably kuown as such for years.
His school is now over Mr. Kinsman's saloon.
New classes will be open this week. Apply at No.
332 King street._ Jan31 mw4?
THE CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
Stallion "JONCE HOOPER" will staud this
season la Spring street, near King.
Terms-$25 thc season and $1 to thegrcom,
payable in advance.
For pedigree and any other particulars, apply
at No. ll Vanderhorst Wharf Jan3l mwf
S. HANCKEL, M. D.,
Has resumed thc prnctlce or lils prorcsslon.
Rooms No. 235 King street, opposite Husel, over
SPEAR'S Jewelry Store._jan25
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
comblued, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charleston^ S. C. decl4 6mos
p RAT?'S "ASTRAL" OIL
Unlike many other Illuminating Oils, ls per?
fectly pure and free from all adulterations or
mixtures or any kind. It emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a soft and brilliant
light, and can bc used with the same assurance
of surety as gas. Chemists pronounce it the
best and safest Illuminating Oil ever offered to
the public; and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers the use or the "Astral" Oil
In prercrence to any other, lt Is now burned by
thousands of families, and in no instance has
any accident occurred from Its use; a lamp tilled
witli lt, if upset and broken, will not explode. To
prevent adulteration, the "Astral" OH Is packed
only in thc Guaranty Patent Cans, of 1 gallon
and 5 gallons each, and each can ls sealed in a
manner that cannot bc counterfeited. Every
package with uncut seal we warrant. Be sure
and get npnebut the genuine article, Pratt's "As?
tral" Oil, for sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale and retail by the proprietors
OIL HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 10B Fulton street. New York,
Postoillce Box No. 3050.
Send for circulars, with testimonials and price
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of the "Astral
For sale by GOODRICH, WI NEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston. S. C. decl6
IF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing done in tine style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._dec!4 Cmos
FIFTY CENTS A REAM
HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel
Charleston, S. C._dec!4 Cmos
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of the
time, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light und profitable. Persons or either sex easily
earn rrom 50 cents io $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum tiy devoting their whole time to thc
business. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. That, all wjiosoe this notice may scud their
address, ami test thc business, we make this un?
paralleled offer : To such as are not well satisfied,
wc will semi $1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will do
tn commence work on, and a copy of "Thc Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-one or the largest
and best ramily newspapers published -all sent
free by mail. Reader, ir you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
Augusta, Malue._jun 17 3mos
IF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Bags or every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. dccl4 6mos
fiDrp ?oo?s, Sic.
Call in time, while the following articles are
offered at such prices to suit the times and to
draw the public:
A fair quality BLACK DRESS SILK, only $1 CO
Dress Goods at 25, 30, 35 cents and upwards
each worth 5 to 10 cents more.
White 10-4 Blankets at $4, actually worth $6.
Arab Shawls at one-half their original value.
4 pieces 0-4 Black Beaver Cloth at $2, worth $3.
Longcloths, Brown Homespuns, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collar and Cuffs, and Fancy Articles, as?
All our Stock ls reduced, and only BARGAINS
can be fosnd at No. 437 King street.
FURCHGOTT A BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets,
No. 437 King street.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Ac, kept separate
and sold at correspondingly reduced prices.
OS" All we want is an early call. Jan31
yrr ILLISJC CUISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale and Shipment
(to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON.
RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORKS.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.M.A. R. OHISOUL
Unction Sales-Enture Bans.
By Z. B. OAKES.
ESTATE SALE OF VALUABLE PRO
PERTY, by order of the Executors.
Win be sold on TUESDAY, 1st ol March, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
The ENTIRE ESTATE of the late Moses D. Hy?
ams, by order of the Executors, viz:
No. 1. That Elegant three story BRICK RESI?
DENCE, No. 0, south side George street, near
Meeting, built of the beat materials, and finished
in superior style, almost regardless of cost-gas
throughout thc house and handsome chandeliers
in thc parlors. It ls furnished with all modern
conveniences, and ls in every respect suitable for
a large and respectable family. On the premises
arc large and commodious outbuildings of brick,
carriage housft, stable, cistern, well, kc. Lot -
feet front, - feet deep.
No. 2. Thc VACANT LOT adjoining the above to
thc west, measuring - feet front, and - feet
No. 3. The two story double Tenement Brick
Building, in thc rear of Nt. 3S9 King street, west
side, containing six rooms, piazzas west and
east. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
?.No. 4. The East Tenement of the two story
brick double Tenement Building In the rear of No.
395, wost side of King street, containing six
rooms. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 5. The West Tenement of the above describ?
ed building, also containing six rooms. Lot -
feet front. - feet deep.
No. 6. The two story Wooden Building, No. 383,
west side King street, occupied as a store below
and dwelling above. Lot - feet front, -feet
No. 7. The two story Wooden Building, occu?
pied os a shop and dwelling, adjoining above to
thc north. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 8. Thc two story Wooden Building. No. 387
west side King street, occupied as a store and
dwelling. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 9. The small Wooden Building adjoining
above to thc north, occupied as a shop and dwell?
ing. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 10. The two story Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 395, west side of King street. Brick Kitchen
on the premises. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. ll. The two story Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 397, west side of King street. Lot -feet
front, and - feet deep.
No. 12. The two story Brick Store and Dwelling,
No. 399, west side of King street. Lot - rect
front, and - feet deep.
These three Buildings are similar in construc?
tion, and arc regarded as excellent business
No. 13. That vacant Lot west side Archdale
street, opposite Clifford's alley, measuring 37 feet
front, and 113 feet deep.
No. 14. Vacant Lot west side Archdale street,
adjoining above to the south, 40 feet front, and 35
feet in depth.
No. 15. Vacant Lot south side of Clifford street,
near King street, 19 feet 4 inches front, and 48
feet 3 Inches deep.
No. 16. Vacant Lot south side Cliffo d street,
adjoining above to the west. Same dimensions.
No. 17. Vacant Lot northwest corner East Bay
and Gulgnard streets, measuring - feet frost on
East Bay and - feet deep.
No. IS. Vacant Lot west side East Bay, adjoin?
ing above to the north, - feet front and - feet
No. 19. Vacant Lot north side Llnguard street,
in the rear of Nos. 17 and 18, measuring - feet
front and - feet deep.
No. 20. The Tenement No. 107, south side Went?
worth street. Lot - feet front and - feet deep.
No. 21. Thc Tenement No. 109, south side Went?
worth street. Lot - feet front and - feet deep.
22. Thc two story Wooden Store and Dwelling,
southeast corner King street and Priee's Alley,
measuring on King street - feet front and - feet
No. 23. The two-story Dwelling, south side of
Price's Alley, near King street. Lot - feet front
and - feet deep.
No. 24. Vacant Lot, south side Price's alley, ad?
joining above to the east, -feetfront, - feet
No. 23. The two story Wooden Store and Dwell?
ing, northeast corner Church and Chalmers
streets. Lot - feet on Church, and - feet oa
No. 26. Thc two story Wooden Building, north
side Chalmers street, adjoining above to the cast.
Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 27. The two story Wooden Building, north
side of Chalmers street, adjoining above to the
east. Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
No. 28. Thc two story Brick Building, on east
side Church street, No. 106, next north of Chal?
mers street. Lot - feet front, and - feet deep.
No. 29. The substantial three story Brick Store
and Dwelling, No. 70. west side of East Bay, with
the range of two story brick stores In the rear,
with right of passage through the alley-way on
thc south, to Bedon's alley. Lot 23 feet front and
100 feet in depth.
No. 30. The two-story Brick Store, south side
Vendue Range, bounded south by Brown's wharf.
Lot - feet front, - feet deep.
Conditions-For the residence on George street,
one-fifth cash. For the other property, one-fourth
cash; balance io one, two and three years, with
Interest at 7 per cent, rrom day of sale, payable
semi-annually, secured by bond with mortgage of
the property. Buildings to be Insured and poli?
cies assigned. Purchasers to pay Auctioneer for
necessary papers and stamps. feb2 w4d5
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
nv virtue or an order or A. C. Richmond. C.
C. P., tb me directed In a case ol attachment, Jno.
Blake vs. Charles Calm, will bc sold on THURS?
DAY, 3d February, at 12 o'clock, at No. 210 King
street, In rear of store now occupied by Thoa. H.
One BILLIARD TABLE and Balls, attached and
sold as the property ot Charles Cahn In thc above
Terms cash. Table tobe removed Immediately.
Jan31_E. W. M. MACKEY. S. C. C.
By W. T. LEITCH & li. S. BRUNS,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
McDowell vs. Whlidcn.
On TURSDAY, the 15th February next, at ll
o'clock, will bc sold near the Old Customhouse.
All that LOT OF LANI), with the comrortable
two-story Wooden Dwelling and outbuildings
thereon, situate in Wragg's Square, and fronting
on the Park or thc Second Presbyterian Church,
measuring In front 3i fret 8 Inches, and in depth
jon fret, bc the same more or te**; bounding north
on Lands or W. H. Houston, south on Wragg's
Square,.west. on Land now or late olN. Hey ward,
and cast on Lands or Otto Cook.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond ot thc purchaser,
bearing Interest from thc day or sale, ut the rate
ot 7 per cent, per annum, and mortgage or thc
property; the premises to be insured and the
pollcv assigned to the Reterce. Purchaser to pay
tor stamps and papers.
JAMES W. GRAY,
Jan20 w3 tul Special Referee.
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
ON THURSDAY, 3D OF FEBRUARY
next, at lt o'clock,
Will bc sold at the Old PostoMcc, Broad street,
All that three story RESIDENCE on ubi lek base?
ment, and LOT with outbuildings thereon, situate
on thc south side or Lamboll street, near the Bat?
tery, and known as No. Eleven-lot 67 feet front
by 130 feet deep, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two
and three years, secured by mortgage or property.
Buildings lo be Insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay fer papers and stamps.
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
EESIDENCE IN CHARLOTTE STREET.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, February, 3d.
at the Old Postoitlcc, at ll o'clock.
That elegant THREE STORY RESIDENCE on
the north side of Charlotte street, near Washing?
ton, known as No. 10. Thc house contains twelve
upright rooms, pantry, dressing rooms, water
closet, ?c.. and pri /ate staircase, double piazzas
to thc south; basement contains a kitchen, with
good cooking range and large cistern. A magni?
ficent prospect, ol the harbor and the surrounding
country irom the third story. Lot, which is high
?ind dry, measures 117 feet front by 330 In
depth. The house is elegantly finished, and but
Terms-One-third cash: balance In one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage; property
to be insured and policy assigued. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. febl
In Bankruptcy-lu the matter of william
Knotts, Bankrupt, ex parte C. B. Glover, As?
By virtue or an order from thc Honorable Dis?
trict Court or the United states for the District ol
South Carolina, I will sell at public auction, ai
Ornngeburg Courthouse, on MONDAY, tlieTMi day
or February next, at the usual imurs or sale.
The HEAL ESTATE or the said bankrupt, situ?
ated lu Orangeburg and Lexington Counties, con?
sisting or aboul seven thousand (Tuuo) acres ur
The said Lands will bc sold In various parcels,
plats or which will be exhibited on day or sale.
Terms or sale-One-third cash: balance on a
credit, or one and two years, purchasers giving
boud and mortgage, with a covenant or resale on
rallure iff thc conditions or the bond, and to pay
fer papers and stamps. C. B. GLOVER,
Asslguce lu Bankruptcy or William Knotts.
-gXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER k WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
The only Gold Medal.
EDGERTON k RICHARDS, Agents
dec24 No. 32 Broad stree:.
Ruction Sales--fntnre Datjs.
By J. S. BYAN,
BODINE & COMPANY VS. DAWSON.
By virtue of an order of ?ale In the above
cause, to me directed by thc Hon. R. B. Carpen?
ter. Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the
First Circuit, sitting in Equity, I will offer for
sale at Public Auction, on TUESDAY, 22d day of
February, 1870, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old
Postofflce, foot of Brood street, in the City of
All that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the west side of Smith street, ?
in the City of Charleston, measuring and contain?
ing In front on Smith street sixty-two (62) feet six
inches, more or less, on the back line about thir?
ty-four feet six Inches, and in depth abont one
hundred and twenty-one (121) feet; butting and
bounding to the non h. on Lands of E. W. Lloyd,
trustee, to the south on Lot No. 21 on Parker's
Plat of City Lands, east on Smith street, west on
Lands of A. D. Harris.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years from day of sale, secured by bond of pur?
chaser and mortgage of premises. Buildings to
bc Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers, stamps, and all other necessary
expenses. WM. J. GAYER,
feb2 wfmo tul_Special Referee.
JOHN S. BYAN,
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
U Yon Gohren vs. Habenicht-In Equity.
By virtue of an Order of Sale in the above cause,
to me directed, by the Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas for the First cir?
cuit, sitting in Equity, I will offer for sale at pub?
lic auction, on THURSDAY, thc loth February,
li"0, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofflce, m
r'.-. City of Charleston.
All those TWO LOTS OF LAND, situate, lying
and being In the Town of Mount Pleasant, kuown
in a plat of John A. Michel, Surveyor, dated May
8th, 1854, by the letters 0 and N, measuring and
containing in front on Pitt street niuety (90) feet,
and In depth two hundred (200) feet. Bounding
to the north on Lot No. 42; east on 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 of Mount Pleasant, known in a plat by the.
said John A. Michel, Surveyor, dated 6th May,
1854, by the letter "B," measuring in front thirty
five (35) feet, more or less, and in depth one hun?
dred and thirty-five (1351 feet, more or less.
Bounded on nortli by Lands of the Ferry Com?
pany; east on Lands of James English; south on
Queen street, and west on Land of John M. Bryan.
Terms-One-half cash; residue on a credit of
one and two years, secured by bond of tho pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to pay for titles, stamps and all neceas irv ex?
penses. .. WM. J. GAI ER, "
Jan21 fmwsthl _Special Referee.
JOHN S. BYAN,
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
U Stanton vs. Rook, Administrator of Rod
din et al.
By virtue of an order of sale in the above cause
to me directed by the Hon. R. B.Carpenter, Judge
of thc Court of Common Pleas for the First Cir?
cuit sitting In Equity, I will, on THURSDAY, the
lOtn day of February, 1870, offer for sale at pub?
lic auction, at the Old Postofflce, foot of Broad
street, In thc City of Charleston, at ll o'clock A M.,
The following pieces of Real Estate, to-wlt:
All that LOT OF LAND, With the buildings
thereon, situate on the cast side of Archdale
street, In the City of Charleston, between Clifford
and Beresford streets, known by No. 10, meas?
uring In front thirty (30) feet, more or lesa, and
one hundred and twenty ' ret (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 Moonhorn. situate, lying and being on
Daniel's Island, in the District or Charleston, con?
taining 312 acres, more or less; batting and bound?
ing north partly on Moonhorn Creek, and partly
on L inds of Robert Ralston. Thc boundary lines
arc represented on a plat by Henry Ravenel, Esq.,
14th November, 1831, and recorded In the office of
Register of Mesne Conveyance for Charleston .
That one undivided moiety and half part of au
that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND called
Goddar's Island, situate, lying and being In the
Pariahes of St. Thomas and St. Denis, In the District
of Charleston, containing 300 acres, more or
less; butting and bounding northeast by Beres?
ford's Creek, dividing thc marsh between the
said Island and Daniel's Island, which is the di?
viding line between the said tract and Benjamin
Parker's Land, now estate-Jenkins, together
with the marsh belonging to said Island, mere
particularly described by deed of record In the
office of Register of Mensc Conveyance for Charles- .
All that TRACT OF LAND situate, lying and
helng on the Une 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 of D. and R. H. Riker, and
others, cast by Fairfield Flautatlon and Spring
street, sooth on Lands or Oates and others, west
by Lands or Riker, as per plat drawn by H. H.
Meliard, Surveyor, m July, 1859.
A TRACT OF LAND containing twenty-three
and one-hair acres, situate In the Parish of st.
James Goose Creek, on Mount Holly, tn Charles?
ton County; bounded north on .Lands of Fltzslm
mons, south on Lands of Estate of Reith, and west
on Lands of Benjamin A. Donnelly.
All that TRACT OF LAND OR FARM, in the
Town of Ravenel, on the Rae of the Charleston
and Savannah Railroad, in the County of CoUe
ton, measuring and containing five acres, be the
same more er less; butting and bounding north
on a road from Drayton street, east on Lands of
Riker, south on lands of Rose, west by Lauds of
Those certain PIECES OR LOTS OF LAND oppo?
site the abo\3 described tract or Laud or Farm,
containing fifteen and one-half acres, more er
less, embracing what ls known as Long Pond, as
will more tully appear by reference to the plat of
thc Town or Ravenel, laid out by W. H. Medard,
Surveyor, in 1859.
Terms-One-third cash; residue In one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with in?
terest rroia day or sale and mortgage of t he prem?
ises sold. Purchasers to pay for titles, stamps,
and all necessary expenses.
WM. J. GAYER,
Jan21 rmw9thl_Special Referee.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
By virtue or an Order or Sale to me directed by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge or the United
States ?1st rici court for t he District of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale at Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, February 3. 1870, at the Old Post
office, front or Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
All that Piece. Parcel or Tract of LA Nu, situate,
lying and being in Colleton County and St.
George's Parisb, State or South Carolina, con?
taining one hundred and tweuty-one acres, more
or less, butting and bounding to the northeast on
Ashley River, southeast on Lands of F. M. R.
Slneath, southwest on Ashley Ferry road, and
northwest on Lands of- Westcott.
Terms-One-half casta; balance In two equal
successive annual Instalments, to be secured ?>y
bond of purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate oi
seven percent, per annum from day of sale, and
a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
AU 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
rront on Clarke street, by two hundred (20?) feet
This Property is sold subject to wire's right of
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ror papers and
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being In the Connty or Abbe?
ville. State of South Carolina. ?n waters or Long
Cane Creek, bounded by Lauds or Andrew
SimonUs and others, and more particularly de?
scribed In Plat thereof, made by Andrew w. ShU
llto Deputy Surveyor, in November 1862.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
- Shares In thc FOOT POINT LAND COMPANY.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pav ror papers und
stamps. LOUIS McLAIN,
jiinl5 sw7 thl_Assignee.
Bv virtue or sundry tax executions, to me
directed.'I will sell at public auction, at thefo >t 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 or Lots, ror the following amount of taxes,
exclusive ot costs, to wit:
Estate Jos. Addison, (2 years,) $3 26.
James Archer, (3 years.) $3 70.
Estate A M. Bennett, (2 years.) $8 60.
J. M. Bryan, $12 20.
Mrs. Donlpban, $3 00.
Mrs. M. Hyams, $1 80.
Trust Estate E. H. Jervey, (3 years,) $24 00.
J. P. La Borde. (3 years,) $4 80.
H. M. Magwood, $12 00.
Estate J. Michel. $4 80.
U. Moisson, $2 45.
Mrs. O'Hara, $2 40.
Trust Estate Wm. Pearce. (1867,) $11 00.
Estate N. A. Peurifb.v, $4 80.
Trust Estate E. A. Williams, $10 00.
G. C. Wharton. (2 years.) $8 JO.
F. J. Black. (1803.) $2 00.
Jerry Yates, $9 00. R. C. JERYEY,
Mount Pleasant, January, 1870. Jan241 >h2
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WATEP.
Manuractured and for sale by
Dr. H. BABB.
oct? No. 131 Meeting street.