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aicetin^rs ThU Day.
Lit Candour Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Masonic Fair Association, at hair-past 7 P. M.
Executive Committee Widows' Home, at 7
Ashley Fire Company, nt 2 P. M.
Auction Sale? ThLs Day.
William McKay will sell tit IO o'clock, at his
?tore, furniture, clothing, ic.
IL M. Marshall & Brother will sell a: ll o'clock,
at their oiUce, horses, mules, Ac.
Tun CHEAPEST YET_The NEWS Job Office is
now printing bUl-heads in the best style and on
flue paper, at $2 50 p2r thousand. Merchants, think
TUB WIDOWS' HOME.-Tho executive com?
mittee of this institution will hold an extra meet?
ing at the Home this evening. Business ot vital
importance will be transacted, and a prompt aud
geueral attendance is earnestly requested.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON ll.ULP.OAD.
We received yesterday from Superintendent Gads?
den cards ol tree passage over this read-a pleas?
ant reminder that the opening or this important
railway connection throughout its entire length
is now near at hand. /
PBBSOSAT..-General Wade Hampton-*
?ignj? the presidency of thc Citizens' Savings
Battle or South Carolina, his private airalrs not
giving him sutileicn: time to attend to thc inter?
ests of the institution. The Kev. Wm. Martin
has been elected president In his stead.
FIRST NEW CROP ROSIN*.-Messrs. J. A.
Knslow & C?. have received 7 barrels new crop
rosin rrom the turpentine rarm ol" Mr. J. C. Shu
Jer, or St. Thomas. Thc same gentleman made
tiie tlrst crop last year, and this is ten days
earlier. Thc rosin has not yet been placed oa tho
market, but will be sampled and sold to-day.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN* AUOCSTA.-The Au?
gusta Coron icio and Sentinel says: "In referring
brierly a few days since to the celebration of St.
Patrick's Day ia this city by thc Irish-Americans,
wc stated tua Kev. M. P. O'Connor, or Charles?
ton, would dclh eran oration before the Hibernian
Benevolent Society. Thc orator of thc day is not
a reverend gentleman. He is a prominent mem?
ber of the legal profession and a well-known citi?
zen of Charleston-Hon. M. P. O'Connor.
THE PORTABLE OR WALKING RAILWAY CAR.
The model ol this new portable railway car, or
which there is a full sized one running In New
York, will be exhibited by the son or the inventor.
Mr. J. K. Gleun, Jr., at the Mills House, with a
view to bringing it into practical use in Charles?
ton and vicinity. The Inventor claims that this
car will run on thc plains by the application or
steam with nearly as much case and speed as the
common locomotive docs oa its iron rail, and will
create a great revolution lu agriculture; also, that
i's adaptation for dredging Is wonderful for deep?
ening rivers, ocean channels, and digging ship
oanaLs. delivering thc deposits on the batik by the
sarrifc movement, at the rate or 100 carloads an
hour with one dredge.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Mr. John S. Ryan sold
yesterday a lot on the cast side of Archdale street,
between Clifford and Berrcsford, for $315.
A plantation on Daniel's Island, containing 312
acres for $1500.
A plantation in St. Thomas' Parish, containing
300 acres, for S4500.
A tract on the Une of the Savannah Railroad,
-containing 150 acres, for $155.
A tract containing 23 acres, on Goose Creek, for
A tract In thc Town of Ravcnel for $70.
Three lots In the Town of Ravcnel for $100.
Two lots In the Town of Mount Pleasant for $60.
Another lot in the same town for $45. /
Mr. Louis D. DeSaussure sold a wooCeo, resi?
dence on South Bay Battery for $3010^/^
Messrs. A. J. White k Son sold the residence
No. 47 Anson street, opposite Laurens, for $6100.
THE PARLOR ENTERTAINMENT.-Messrs. Tay?
lor and Silvester delighted a large audience last
night by their amusing performance, which ls
certainly one of the most varied and pleasing
entertainments ever offered to the public. Mr.
Taylor as a mimic ls perfect, having a wonderful
control over his face and voice. The suspension or
Mlle. Marie In mid-air i3 a mystery that cannot be
explained, for all thc rules of naturo are violated,
and no wires or trickery can be detected on the
closest scrutiny. Masks and faces was admirably
rendered, the lllasion being completo In each In?
stance. The talking lion was certainly the qierest
monarch of the woods that was ever Introduced
to an audience, and where was the lion, or how
cou lt be a mau, arc questions that remain un?
solved. Taking lt all In all. the perrormance was
capital, full or fun, and the songs and witticisms
were fresh and sparkling. Thc company will per?
form only two nights more.
CRUMBS.-La lue's Minstrel Troupe, who
have an extended reputation, will visit Charles?
ton on the 21st instant. Their male soprano ls
?represented to bea musical wonder. They will
perform at the Academy o' Music.
Thc detectives reported the managers of the
mask ball because they were not allowed to enter
unmasked. Their assumption cr authority is be?
coming unbearable In this age of multitudinous
The work on the DCW flsh-market and scale
house is rast approaching completion.
The s'lamship Maryland arrived at Baltimore
en the Sth instant.
The two rival lines er steamships from Wilming?
ton, North Carolina, to New York have been con?
A dispatch from Washington says that Lieuten?
ant Garretson relieves Captain Schirache as bu?
reau officer at Charleston.
Bishop and the Cl.apman Sisters, on their way
te Norfolk, appeared twice at Wilmington, North
Carolina, and drew rousing houses.
Mrs. Scott Siddons, the famous actress, will ap?
pear at DeGive's Opera-House in Atlanta on Mon
COCRT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. R. B. CARPENTER, PRESIDINO.-The
following case3 were tried:"
Antonio Tomaso-assault with Intent to kill.
General James Conner for the defence. A nol.
pro? was entered.
John Lewis-assault and battery. B. W. Sey?
mour for the derence. Not guilty.
Cyrus and Mluda Washington-larceny. Nol.
Julius Flckling-assault and battery. Guilty.
James Drayton-burglary and larceny. Not
B. H. Black-assault and battery. Guilty.
Lawrence Washington-assault and battery,
with Intent to kill. Guilty ol assault and battery.
Michael Terry-assault and battery. Guilty.
Jake Robinson-breach of trust and larceny.
The grand jury returned the following true bills:
Thomas RoundUeld, Eliza Thompson, Stephen
Vereen, Annette Simmons, Augustus Seeberger,
Wm. Y. Lovett, all assault and battery; Toney
Stafford, Cathrine Kenny, Joe Glover, Alfred Hud?
son. John Sanders, petit larceny; Fred. Grant,
malicious trespass aud hog kllliug. No bill was
returned in the following: Elizabeth Miller and
Laura Crum, assault and battery; Lucy Pinckney,
breach of trnst. ' '
The following eases are set for trial to-day:
The State vs. Geo. L. Marstello-trespass and
assault and battery.
The State vs. John Morrissey, T. L. Bunch,
Sam Taylor, Thos. RoundUeld, Eliza Thompson,
Stephen Viren, Annette Simons, A. Seeberger, W.
Y. Lovett-assault and battery.
The State vs. H. A. Hammcrschmidt and S. J.
Coates-kidnapping and raise imprisonment.
The State vs. C. E. Kanapaux-official miscon?
TI$e State vs. Frederick Grant-malicious tres?
The State vs. Catherine Kenny, John Sanders,
John Glover and Alfred Hudson-petty larceny.
THE AH Ii I?ULT UR AL INTEREST.
Important Meeting of tue Agricultural
and Horticultural Society of Charles?
Tile society mot yesterday morning at the
Market Hall, and was called to '>rdcr at hair-past
eleven o'clock, Hon. Charles Macbeth, presiding.
A letter to the society from Mr. William M.
Lawton, pr?sident of thc South Carolina Institute,
mts read, showing the proceedings of the late
meeting, ami notifying thc society of thc appoint?
ment of a committee to confer with asimilar
committee to bc appointed by them on the pre?
liminaries regarding the fair for me ljth of No?
Thc letter was received as information, and on
motion thc Chair appointed Messrs. w. G. Var?
den, J. F. Dill aud G. H. Moffatt, as the committee
Mr. W. M. Lawton gave thc society a succinct
uccount of thc late meeting of the South Carolina
Institute, and suggested that a great bc ll edt
could be done by publishing thc premium list ia
the Rural Carolinian for March, as that journal
had a large and increasing circulation, especially
among persons devoted to agricultural pursuits.
Mr. Lawton further stated the result of his inter?
view with the members ol thc Jockey Club. The
race course had becu procured for thc fair witu
ouywfiti and could be obtained for a series or
^cars. He suggested that it was best to com?
mence picparations at once; the race course was
opeu, aud a proper fcuco aud buildings would bc
required, and the contracts for thc lumber and
work should be made immediately.
Mr. Vardell, as chairman of the Executive Com
mittee, presented the following report of their
proceeding? during thc post mouth, which was
Your committee, duly impressed with the im?
portance of prompt evidence tn the community or
their earnest intention to stimulate and develop
thc specialties ot their organization, at once pre?
pared a list ol awards and premiums for such
farm crups as will soon be in market.
Wc are not so generous as wc would like to bo
in t his matter of awards, but have been as liberal
as a pr?den: regard for our tinanciul condition
would pe.n it. We propose
Premium for first three bushels grcDa peas SS,
Premium for first three bushels beans, S5, gold.
Premium for best yield ol' Irish potatoes, not
less than seventy live bartels to thc acre, to bc
determined by Ute written Statement of two dis?
interested persons, who will witness the gather?
ing of thu same, accompanied with :i written
statement by thc party cultivating of tuc mode
of culture pursued, $25, gold.
We have also arranged for a floral and fruit exhi?
bition to bc held in this city from May 1st to luth,
iu this exhibition there has been already evi?
denced a kiudiy interest; mauy of our old lovers
ol' horticulture have hailed with great satisfaction
this fresh impetus to a culture lor which our city
in times past ind a wide reputation. Gentlemen
of this association, herc ts a matter in which our
wives, daughters and sous can bc Interested. Wc
trust a culture so refining uud improving, and
every way calculated to alford pleasure and rcc
rcatiou, will receive from each member or the so?
ciety thc attention that its importance demauds.
Take hold ol this mutter cheerfully and earnestly,
ami you will soon sec ni ?nv an unsightly patch
of ground now disfiguring this city bloomiug with
those beautiful tributes that mother earth is ever
ready to yield to those who tend her with careful
and patient industry.
The awards are as follows:
1. Ali varieties or plants and flowers exhibited
must have name written on some permanent sub?
2. A written list of plants. 4c. with name of
exhibitor, must accompany each contribution.
a. No award will bc made unless Hie contribu?
tion bs ol' marked superiority.
4. Toe* exhibition will be held from April 20 to
We beg to bring to your attention a growing
love in this citytfor flowers, und solicit your con?
tributions. Whatever plauts or flowers you may
send, will bc carefully guarded, exhibited, careel
for. and disposed of as you may desire.
We propose a silver medal for the best show of
thc following plants in blossom, (ur if preferred,
thc value (So) of medal in money,) viz: Achlinencs,
Aster, Azalea, Balsam, Calceolaria, Camella. Car?
nation, Generarla, Diauthus, Fuchsia. Geranium,
Gloxinia, Pulurgoniuui, Gladiolus, Lillum, Mitnu
lus. Nasturtium, Punscys, Petunia, Begonia, Tan?
kerville, Clarkla, R'>scs.
Also, a premium for any one new variety of
these or any other plants not mentioned, which
tue committee nDpolnted for the purpose may
deem worthy. We propose premiums
For best hanging baskets, immortel.
For best basket roses, varieties.
For best basket arranged, miscellaneous.
For best bouquets, first aud secoud best.
For best rusti? stand.
For best table design, flowers.
For best show strawberries, not less than five
quarts In basket.
We were about to prepare a list of awards and
premiums for Held crops and stock, when our
work was arrested by thc published declaration
of theJSouth Carolina institute to hold a fair on the
15th of November next, in which this society ls
invited to co-operate. .
It is with pleasure we say to you that the in?
terest lu our association Increases, and if every
member will but do his share of work and thought,
we shall soon be a power lu the land. Let us re?
member that we have not only Interests to pro?
mote, but protect.
We would ask the particular attention or the
members io our library. It ls a most important
feature in our organization, and one that euch
man can do much to develop.
We propose that every member, at the next
meeting bring with him oncor more volumes on
agriculture and kiudred subjects.
Wc purpose statistics of crops. labor, xe, in
printed form, to be furnished each planter, where?
on his year's experience eau be recorded, thus
giving our society a correct comprehension of our
W. G. VARDELL,
Cuairmaln Executive Committee.
Some discussion anise on thc amount of thc
premiums offered, and objection was made that
the figures were higher than thc society could
afford. Mr. Lawton spoke or thc importance at?
tached to medals and diplomas, and suggested
that they 'oe substituted for the money pre?
Mr. Roach moved that thc exhibition beheld
carly in May, when there would be an adjourned
meeting of thc stockholders of the South Carolina
Railroad, aud moro strangers would be in the
On motion, the rules were snspended, and the
names of eleven persons were presented and the
same elected as members viva voce.
Mr. Walker stated that he had been notified of
the donation of a box of books to the society by
No further business appearing, the society ad?
journed at l o'clock P M.
A STABBING AFFRAT.-A difficulty occurred,
at an early hour yesterday morning, between
some men on Archdale street netr Market, and
one of thc party, a white man named
James Lanigan, was dangerously stabbed
In the right side. When found, he was
insensible from the loss of blood, and could give
no account of hts assailants. The Academy of
Music was thc only place that was open, and thc
wounded man was taken to thc vestibule, where
his Injuries were examined. This fact gave rise
to a very prevalent rumor that the affray had oc?
curred at the.masked ball of the S?ngerbund. A
careful investigation proves this rumor to bc
baseless, and as tar as known, the man was
never in the hall-room. The arrangements to
preserve order were pcrrect nt the ball, and no
sturbance occurred during the evening.
Lanigan was subsequently taken to the City
Hospital and received prompt medical attend?
ance, but his Injuries proved to bc more serious
than was at first anticipated, and death soon en?
sued. Tbough the cause of thc afl'ray ls not dell
tely known, It is reported that thc wounds were
inflicted by a young man named White.
SPECIAL MEETING OP Cur COUNCIL.-Pres?
ent, the Mayor; Aldermen Geddings, Potter, Cun
ingham, Voigt, Collins, Barrow, Greene, Hollo?
way, Hampton, Small, Brown, E. P. Wall, L. F.
Wall, Thorne, Howard.
Alderman Geddings, from Ute Committee on
Accounts, presented sundry bills, which were or
rcd to bc passed for payment.
The bills of thc Lunatic Asylum, Courier omeo
and City Engineer were referred back on account
Alderman Barrow, who had evidently been
leaning against a law book, endeavored to set
CounciL/ight on Parliamentary tactics, but was
not surilclently luminous, and worked himself
into a flt or virtuous indignation.
The Courier bill, arter some discussion, was re?
ferred to thc Committee on Printing.
The Committee on Retrenchment and Relief
presented a favorable report on the petition of
the sailor boarding-house keepers for a reduction
of license. The committee moved a reduction
from $50 to sio. which was. on motion, adopted,
and Alderman Collins announced his intention
of disposing of thc licenses at the reduced rate.
ConncU then mined the license and adjourned.
THE COM I KO ATTRACTIONS.-On Monday
night Mrs. Oates' Burlesque Troupe, heralded by
an immense representation, opens at the Acad?
emy in "The Field of the Cloth ol Cold." This
troupe is 6pokch of by onr contemporaries In thc
highest terms, and have been lately drawing, in
Savaunah, thc largest audiences ever known in
that city. Mrs. Oates herseir Inspires a Savan?
nah critic with the epithets;* "charming, bewitch?
ing, perfect, the voice of a syren, thc vivacity of
a soubrette, and thc gracious modesty of action
and beauty or form that femininity possesses."
Wc hope the troupe will bc warmly welcomed.
The sale ot seats begins this morning at the box
ofTlce or the theatre.
ACAORMV OK MUSIC-"TUB DUKE'S MOTTO."
The public curiosity, which had been greatly ex?
cited on the subject or "The Duke's Motto," as
connected with the daily increasing reputation of
Mr. Fechter, was gratltled last evening by the ad?
mirable rendition cf the play at the Academy.
The audience was large and rashiouable-the best
or the week-and thc performance went otT \ ery
smoothly. The scenery and dresses were hand?
some, and the action well managed. Ot the play
itseir it ls needless to speak at length. It is pure
melodrama and fustian, and is only valuable as
an opportunity for the display of artistic legerde?
Mr. Warner, in his double role of Lcgardcre
and the Hunchback, did remarkably well in a
line for which neither by genius nor education is
he particularly suited. It is no dispraise to say
that he is greater in sustained tragedy than in
the sensational melodrama or "Thc Duke's
Miss Eldridge played the somewhat Insipid part
or "Blauchc de Severs" with all thc grace and
charm which lt allowed, and it was throughout
"natural, simple, affecting."
Miss LaFond deserves mention for her clever
impersonation or thc false heiress; and Mr.
O'Neil, who took Mr. Ryan's place as "Cocar
dasse," was very effective, though he Indulges in
a rather unnecessary importation of thc Irish
bro.ruc into the part or the French bravo.
To-night Mr. Warner takes a farewell benefit in
a very at tractive bill. Thc charming comedy of
thc "Houcymoon" will bc given, along with the
great "Trial Scene" from the "Merchant of
Venice." This is his last appearance but one be?
fore a Charleston public. The last will bc lu Miss
Lillie Eldridge's beneflt to-morrow evening.
Hotel Arrivals-February IO.
James H. Ancrnm,. Florida; H. L. Fletcher,
Colonel William J. Walker, Washington; N. A. S.
Miller, Columbia; Charles P. Hammond. F. H.
Harrison, Greenville; Dr. L. F. Dackctt, Laurens;
J. C. Gillett, Augusta; Wm. A. Walker, General
Wm. Mac Rae, Sol Haas, Wilmington; Dr. S. P.
Oliver, S. E. Colyers, Snntec; M. H. Joseph, Wm.
B. Crosby. George Sturgess, H. Chanrant, New
York; F. M. Godbold, Cokcsbury; 0. M. Sadler,
South Carolina; R. G. Curtis, New Orleans; B.
Frauk Jenkins, Richmond; F. W. Miller, P. C.
Ellmaker, E. T. Jayncs, General Wm. Windle,
Philadelphia; Chas. J. Wegner, Baltimore; A. J.
Coe, Boston; A. Moseley, Virginia; A. C. Mattoon,
J. H. Mattoon, Oswego, N. Y.
George R. Smith, New York; John Brown, Mo?
bile; Mrs. Carpenter, Miss Carpenter, Harry Car?
penter, Iowa; E. N. Adams, E. S. Bowdcr, Ken?
tucky; J. R. Gleun. Jr.. New York; James A. Dun?
bar, Columbia; A. Bery, Edlsto; Charles Patter?
son, Y'ork, Pa.; T. E. Richardson, George Pierce,
New Orleans; Munroe Livingston, San Francises;
S. II. Belo, Galveston; Frank Hart, Philadelphia;
Dr. J. Sannerson, Edisto; J. ''.immcrraanund wire,
Wm. Raymond, Wm. Stanton, W. J. Pattison and
lady, Miss Marla Pattison, J. P. Ward nail lady,
Miss Anua Ward, E. 0. H. Humphrey and laay,
Kalamazoo; Miss Mary Priest, James Carrington,
M. Blankensee, New York; W. B. Johnston, Ma?
con; W. E. Snaddy, Louisville; Dr. Madison J.
McCleverly, Arkansas; R. G. Curtis, New Orleans.
R. F. Grimes, Barnwell; G. T. Fogle, Bamberg;
S. Dibble, Orangebnrg; Fat Boy, LaRuc's Min?
strels; P. B. M. Salters, Florence; J. H. Keels,
Gourdln's; N. S. Utsey, George's; R. Prcnsmlth,
St. Stephen's; John Caldwell, Columbia; J. E.
Mew, Barnwell; 0. B. Burns, W. G. Burns, South
Carolina; Thomas Kennedy, Philadelphia; D. M.
Keene, United Stales Navy.
B V S IN S 8 S NOTICES,
BUT your new novels at tho Hasel street
FACTORAGE.-We arc gratified to call the at?
tention ol our readers to thc card or Thomas P.
Smith, announcing that this well-known citizen
and old merchant of Charlesl jn has returned
and opened an oQicc In our city. For
thirty years Mr. Smith has been In business
amongst us. and wc trust that a success equal to
that which he enjoyed in thc Arm of Naylor,
Smith A Co. may attend his return to mercantile
Mr. Smith is now In the factorage and commis
sion business, nt No. io Boyce & Co.'s wharf.
LADIES, have yon seen that nice note paper
at the Hasel street bazaar, price 20 cents for two
A NEW STYLE of fine initial note paper and
envelopes, ?0 cents a box, at the Hasel street Ba?
LARISEY.-Died at forty-live minutes pasts
o'clock, on Friday morning. February 4th, 1870,
after a short illness of twelve hours, at the resi?
dence ol'Mrs. M. M. Appleby, Colletou District,
MARINA CAROLINE MELDKED LARISBY, daughter
of John E. Larisey and Janie C. l.arisey. Aged
two years, eight months and three days.
"Suffer little children to come unto rae, and
forbid them not; for or such ls the Kingdom or
?-Barnwell Sentinel will please copy. *
ps- NOTICE TO THE MEMBERS OF
TUE BAR.-The Issue Docket will be called on
MONDAY next, at 10 o'clock A. M. A foll attend?
ance of the members of the Bar ls requested.
By order of thc Court.
febO_A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P.
^-NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS against the Estate of JOANNA M. LING,
or Charleston, deceased, will present them at?
tested; and all persons indebted to said Estate
will make payment to NATHL. FIELDS,
ps- TO PRINTERS.-IF YOU WANT
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board. ?Tint?
ing Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pS- MARICED DOWN.-WE OFFER
the balance or our Winter Stock or CLOTHING,
all marked down, at very low prices. Wc invite
special attention to suits which we are selling at
SU and SIS, made Irora All-wool Merrimac Cassi
nicrcs. A lot or Ovcrsacks at SS, $10 aud $12,
marked down from $12, $15 and Sis.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS k PARKER,
I ?, 297 King street, two doors north of Went
worth. Charleston. S. C._febj 0
^TJUST OUT-CHERRY PECTO?
RAL TROCHES, superior to all others for Colds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manufactured by RUSHTON Jt CO., Astor House.
No more or those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN & CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Hcyae
PS- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY'.-Essays for Young Meu, on thc honor
and happiness or Marriage, and the evils and dan- ,
gers or Celibacy, with sanitary help for the at- ,
tainraent or man's true position in Ufo. Sent rrce
In sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD A5S0CI- j
ATI ON, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. i
fSTTEE MAPES' SUPERPHOSPHATE,
rms popular fertilizer ia steadily increasing in
favor, as thc following testimonials abundanly
"BI.ACKSTOCK, S. C., September l?, 1869.
Messrs. Kinsr/uni <?. Howell :
DEAR Sins-Your favor of the 1st Instant is at
tinnd. In reply, I would say to you that I have
purchased six (6) different kinds of phosphates
this season, and am making a thorough test of |
thc same, aud will report thc results. To be cer?
tain that the land would bc precisely the same, I
dave planted two rows of each kind through an
icre of very old and rather poor land. I weighed
the manure and the cotton myself, and am sure
jf correctness of result, I had lt picked yester
ilay for the first time, and enclose a statement.
Thc season has been very dry and unfavorable,
ind thc crop ls almost a total failure. There ls
no rust on the portion of thc land experimented
upon yet. I don't think any of the phosphates wlU
prevent lt. Yours, 4c.
(Signed) It- N. HEMPHILL.
First Pickina. Per Acre.
120 lbs. Sol. Pacific.324 lbs. cotton
120 lbs. Wando.234 lbs. cotton
?20 lbs. Patapsco.245 lbs. cotton
J20 lbs. Pheonix.1"5 lbs. cotton
175 lbs. So!. Pacific.201 ii lbs. cotton
175 lbs. MAPES' PHOSPUATE... .201? lbs. cotton
175 lbs. Wando.192? lbs. cotton
173 lbs. Patapsco.175 lbs. cotton
175 lbs. Zed's.131? lbs. cotton
175 lbs. Phoenix.122? lbs. cotton
175 lbs. Nothing.OG? lbs. cotton
You will perceive that the smaller quantity per
acre pays best. I only tried some of them with
Lhe larger quantity, omitting MAPES' and Zed's.
I have great faith in your MAPES', and am satis
fled, with an ordinary season, It would.double the
crop. Respectfully, Sic,
(Signed? B, N. II.
BLAGESTOCK. February 1,1370.
Messrs. Kinsman ? ?lowell, Charleston:
OEAR Slits-Enclosed please hud statemcntof
the result of an experiment with six (6) different
kinds or phosphates tho last season.
ll. N. IIEMPH1LL.
1st Picking IA Picking
Per Acre. P?r Acre. Total.
Sol. Pacific.... 420 lbs.-324 207? G91?
Wando. 420 lbs. 254 330 004
Patapseo. 420 lbs. 245 332? 677?
Phoenix. 420 lbs. 175 402? V11%
Sol. Pacific.... 175 lbs. 201? 2S0 481?
MAPES' PUUS. 175 lbs. 201? 350 651?
Wando. 175 lbs. 19?? 350 5423$
Patapsco. 175 lbs. 175 315 490
Zell'S.175 lbs. 131 ? 2D7? 328%
Phoenix. 175 lbs, 132? 367? 490
Nothing.175 lbs. 96? 315 411?
psr MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure of Decline tn Premature
Man. the treatment of Nervous aud Physical De?
"There ls no member or society by whom this
book will not be round uscrul, whether such per?
son holds thc relation of Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman.'?-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mail on receipt of nfl y cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DKF. CURTIS, Washington,
D. C. sept* I yr
ps-m MORE ?LEDICLNE.-SEVENTY
thousand cures without medicine by DuBarry's
delicious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which
eradicates dyspepsia, indigestion, acidity, nausea,
vomiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, cough,
asthma, consumption, debility, constipation, dlar
ri,rea, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver and
stomach complaints. It nourishes better than
meat, and saves, moreover, Arty times Its cost in
other remedies. Cure No. CS.413-"ROME, July 21,
IROS.-The health or the Uoly Father ls excellent,
especially since he has confined himself entirely
to DuBarry's Food, and his Holiness cannot praise
this excellent food too highly." Sold In this or
one pound, $1 25; 24 pounds $18; carriage free.
Also, the REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, In one pound
packets, $1 50. Copies of cures sent gratis. Ad?
dress C. N. DUBARRY A CO., No. 103 WUllam
street, New York, and at all Druggists and Gro?
,?T TO CONSUMPTIVES.-THE AD?
VERTISER, having been restored to health tn a
rcw weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered several years with a severe lung affec?
tion, and that dreadful disease, consumption, is
anxious to make known to bis fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
Te all who desire lt, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge,) with thc direc?
tions for preparing and using the same, which
they wul find a SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, ?C. The object of the ad?
vertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the afflicted, and spread Information which he
conceives to bc invaluable; and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as lt will cost them
nothing, and may prove ablessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please ad?
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Kings County, New York. novo 3mos
ps- IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel, Charleston, S. C. dec!4 6mos
^PERRY'S COMEDONE AND PIM?
PLE REMEDY positively cures Comedones, (Bald
Heads or Grabs;) also Red, White and Malterated
Pimples on the race. Depot No. 49 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
ps- IRRITABLE INVALIDS. - INDI
GESTION not only effects the physical health, but
the dispositions and tempers ot its victims. Thc
dyspeptic becomes, too, in a measure demoralized
by his sufferings. He is subject to nts of irrita?
tion, sullenness, or despair, as the case may be. A
preternatural sensitiveness which hecauuot con?
trol, leads him to misconstrue thc words and acts
of those around him, and lilslntcrcouse cveu with
those nearest aud dearest to him Ls not unlrc
qnently marked by exhibitions or testlucss for?
eign to his real nature. These are the mental
phenomena of the disease, for which thc invalid
cannot be justly held responsible, but they occa?
sion much household dlscomforL It ls to the in?
terest or the homc^circle, it is essential to family
harmony as well as to thc rescue of thc principal
sufferer from a state not tar removed from incip?
ient insanity, that these symptoms or mental dis?
turbance be promptly removed. This can only
be done by removing their physical cause, a de?
rangement ol the runctlons or thc stomach and its
allied viscera, the liver and the bowels. Upon
these three important organs HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BUTE RS act simultaneously, produc?
ing a thorough and salutary change In their con?
dition. Thc vegetable ingredients or which the
preparation ls composed are ot a renovating, reg?
ulating and alterative character, and thc stimu?
lant, which lends activity to their remedial virtues
is the purest and best that can be extracted from
thc most wholesome of all cereals, viz : sound
rye. No dyspeptic can ta'<e this genial restora?
tive for a single week witliout experiencing a no?
table improvement In his general health. Not
only will his bodily surfcrligs abate from day to
day, but lils mind will recover rapidly from its
restlessness and irritability, and this happy
change will manifest itself iu his demeanor to all
around him. febs n.tc?
PS-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, in 1J34, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Hs extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history of Medicine has
equalled it. Largely used by the French physi?
cians in treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, it was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and rrom thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION Ott CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
dose has been taken, anti we cordially recommend
it to the public-[Editor "Argus." jaiin lyr
PS- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years rrom Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all thc effects or
youtliful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffer
lng humanity, send rree to all who need it, the re?
ceipt and directions Tor making thc simple rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so
by addressing, with perfect confidence, JOHN P.
UGDEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
^.CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAMES ADC KR, from New Torte, are notified that
she is discharging Cargo at Auger's South Wharf.
Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on thc
whnrr at owners' risk. JAS. AUGER k CO.,
febll 1_ Agents.
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER SEA j
GULL, from Baltimore, arc hereby notified that
slie is THIS DAY discharging Cargo at Pier No.
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sanset will remain on wharf at Consignees' risk.
febll 2_MORDECAI A CO . Agents.
pa- NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, PI REPROOF BUILDING, CHARLES?
TON, S. C.. December 20, 1609.-AU persona Re?
tailing LIQUORS in the County are hereby called
upon to take out Licenses for one year, from 1st
Every violation of the law relative to these Li?
censes wUl be prosecuted and the penalty strictly
en?orced. F. LANCE,
rlec23_ Clerk Board C. C.
js?r IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds of WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston note'., Charleston, S. C.
pa- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
LEXINGTON COUNTY-In Probate Court-Ex
parte JAMES INABINET and JURIAH E. INABI
NET-Petition for Partition of Real Estate.-It ap?
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
CAROLINE, ISABELLA, JURIAH and JOHN
GEMERS, four of the defendants in the above en?
titled case, arc residents out of and beyond thc
limits of this State, on motion of Messrs. DETREV
ILLE Sc SISTR?.NIC for the petitioners: ft ls ordered,
that thc said ISABELLA, JURIAH, CAROLINE
anti JOHN GEMERS, do appear, plead, answer or
demur to thc said petition within forty days from
thc publication of this order: and ia default
thereof a judgment pro conjtaso will be entered
against them. ADAM EFIRD,
novio ?12 Jndge of Probate. L. C.
pST UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-IN EQUITT.-P. Sc
S. GREEN vs. THE BANK OF GEORGETOWN, ET
AL.-in pursuance of an ordcrin the above stated
cast'ro mc directed, by thc Hon. George S. Bryan,
United States Judge of and for thc District afore?
said, notice la hereby given to ?Ul cr ?tors hold?
ing claims against the said Bank of Georgetown,
to prove them before me, at Charleston, on or be?
fore the first day of March, A. D., 1870, or be for?
ever barred of the benefit of thc decree in this
cause. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the U. S.,
dcc24 fll For South Carolina District.
^Sy* FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLIED j
at Wholesale prices, when purchased by thc case,
half barrel or barrel. Hermetically Sealed Goods
bj the dozen. All goods warranted, and FULL ]
WEIGHT GUARANTEED. We invite the atten?
tion of the public to the QUALITY and PRICES of |
our Goods, and particularly to the WEIGHTS.
WM. & CORWIN Sc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
jan24_No. 275 King street.
pa- THE BANK OF HAMBURG.-BE?
ING appointed as the Receiver of the Hamburg
Bank, by bis Honor Judge PLATT, Judge of the
Second Circuit Court, notice is hereby given, to
all v*'iom lt may concern, that I shall attend, for
thc discharge of my dnty, on and arter thc 29TU
OP JANUARY, 1870, at my office In Hamburg, to
receive all claims, assets, or Information con?
nected with said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
jan20 24 _Rccolver.
?&-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.;! dceC sra os
Shirts and Jmmsrjing Q&ooos.
NE PR I 0 E 1
THOMAS H. BLACKWELLL'S
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
A splendid assortment of
Bajou's Celebrated KID GLOVES.
FINE SHIRTS to order-A specialty.
No. 219 KING STREET,
Jan ll?_(One doer below Market?
g 0 0 T T ' S
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S SCOTT'S S
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S AND COLLARS S
S READY MADE S
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S GOODS. S
THE LATEST STYLE
R O M AL TV
PATENT MOULDED PAPER COLLARS.
LOOK FOR TOE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
P L E N G E
No. 37 BROAD STREET,
Informs his customers and thc public generally
that he is now disposing of a choice lot of
AT TEN PER CENT. LESS TnAN PREVIOUS PRICES.
CANTON FLANNEL DRAWERS
of the same manufacture, and
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMBS CONNER, T. R.
WA III NO. Kso. oct4
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their re.-:id3nces promptly and at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
apr?l4 No. ai Broad street, (np stairs. )
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TgXPOSITION UMTORSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER k WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
Thc only Gold Medal.
EDGERTON A- RICHARDS, Agents
dec24 No. 32 Broad street.
&Hrti0H Bales--S-his Slat).
Bj WM. McKAT.
FURNITURE OP A. FAMILY LEAVING
the City? C?rpete, Two Hill Stones.
THIS DAY, ^Friday) at 10 o'clock, at No. 13?
Meeting street. '
ARMY PANTS, Coats and Caps.
1000 dozen Woollen Hose.
Cases Sajaratns, S dtpetre. Ac._febll
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL TH!- DAY,' AT ll
o'clock, at No. 33 Broi-4 street, HORSES,
Mules, Rice Fans, Cotton Gins, Pianos. febll
Unction Sales-ifntnrc Saps.
Bj WM. MCKAT.
LARGE SALE OF PARLOR, DINING
ROOM. Cottage Sets, Feather Beds, Bolsters,
Pillows, Bedding. &c.
On MONDAY, 14th, at half-past 10o'clock,at No.
361 King street, over Landreth's Seed .store.
Open for Inspection morning of sale. febll
By JOHN S. BYAN.
VALUABLE PROPERTY, CORNEB OF
East Bay and street leading . to Accommo?
dation Wharf, at Public Auction.
On THURSDAY, the 24th Instant, at ll o'clsek
A. M. or soon thereafter, at the north of the Ex?
change, I will sell at Public Auction, to the high?
est bidder, without any manner of reserve,
All that LOT OF LAND, corner East Bay and the
street leading >o Accommodation Wharf, measur?
ing 23 feet 19 Inches front on Bast Bay, by 80 feet
With the LOT OF LAND adjoining on the east
line, measuring on the above mentioned street 40
feet front, by 47 feet In depth. With an alley 4
feet 2 Inches In width, by 42 feet in depth, sepa?
rating the two Hrst mentioned Lots, and running
from north to south the whole depth of this prop?
erty. With all and singular the buttings, rights
and hereditaments incident thereunto or la
any manner appertaining to the same, be the same
more or less.
All that three story BRICK STORE, fronting on
East Bay and open also on the street leading to
Accommodation Wharf, with the adjoining Brick
Store on the east line, both covering the entire
dimensions of the lots and alley, be the same more
This property is considered one of the best
stands for wholesale and Jobbing grocery busi?
ness in the city.
Terms of sale-One-half cash; remainder in one
and two years, secured by bonds and mortgage
of the property sold, with transfer of Insurance.
Purchaser to pay for conveyance and stamps.
The titles are Indisputable, and possession caa be
obtained at once.
For farther information apply at No. 62 Broad
By JOHN S. ETAN,
VALUABLE BUSINESS STAND ON
East Bay. corner of Cordes street, at Public
Auction, on the 24th Instant. /
On THURSDAY, the 2tth Instant, at ll o'clock
A. M., on the north side of the Exchange, I wm
offer for sale at Public Auction, to the highest
AH that VALUABLE PROPERTY situated on the
east side of East Bay street, comer of Cordea
street, measuring and containing on the north
and south lines 120 feet. 4 Inches, including there?
in the width and right of way of an alley 18 feet
wide, common to this and the adjoining stores,
and 22 feet on the west Une, by 22 feet, 8 inches
on the east Une, be the same more or less, together
with that well-built Three Story Brick Store, late?
ly occupied as a Wholesale Grocery and Commis?
sion House, all In good order and condition.
Terms cash; possession given Immediately.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
For further information, please apply as above.
By Z. B. OAKES.
SPLENDID IRON FRONT BUILDING,
No. 64 Broad street, near Church.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 15th Instant, at the
Old Postofhce, at ll o'clock,
That splendid modern-bnllt Three-story IRON
FRONT BUILDING, No. 64, north side of Broad
street, the lower part occupied by Messrs. W. B.
Heriot & Co.. Insurance Agents, and the upper
part by the New York Life Insurance Company.
Together with the Lease of the Lot apon which
the Building stands, having three years to ron
from 19th March, 1870, at a ground rent of $300
per annum and taxes, with the privilege of a re?
newal of the Lease for an additional term of three
years, at $400 per annum and taxes. At the ex?
piration of the Lease the Buildings and improve?
ments are to be paid for in cash by the owners of
the Lot, at a valuation to be placed apon them by
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. liable
Srp ?O0?S, &t.
A R G AIN S ! BARGAINS !
BT 0 LL, WEuB & CO.,
For the next THIRTY DAYS we offer our entire
WINTER DRESS GOODS
Af AND UNDER COST.
One lot of POPLINS and DELAINES at 6 yards
One lot All-Wool Figured Delaines at 2Sc.
Together with, assorted lota of
Choice POPLl > S, in
Solid Colored Irish Poplins
All shades in Empress Cloths, from eoe.-to 85c.
j French Merin oes from 76c. to 85c
One case SPRING POPLINS, at 39c.
Our Stocks of Domestic Goods are also com?
plete, and at the Lowest Cash Prices. At
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
feb7 mwf Nos. 287 and 289 King street.
Cali in time, while the following articles ara
offered at such prices to snit the times and to
draw the public:
A fair quality BLACK DRESS SILK, only $160
Dress Goods at 26, 30, 36 oents and upwards
each worth 5 to io cents more.
White 10-4 Blankets at $4, actually worth $o.
Arab Shawls at one-half their original valne.
4 pieces 6-4 Black Beaver Cloth at $2, worth $3
Longcloths, Brown Homespuns, Hosiery
Gloves, Collar and Cuffs, and Fancy Articles, as.
All our Stock is reduced, and only BARGAINS
can be found at No. 437 King street
FURCHGOTT Ss BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets,
No. 437 King street.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Ac, kept separate
and sold at correspondingly reduced prices.
/ts- Ali we want ia an early call. JanSl
J} GADSDEN HASELL,
Charleston, S. C.
My Business as FACTOR and COMMISSION
MERCHANT ceases this date. Mr. P. GADSDEN
HASELL succeeds me, and I respectfully ask for
him the courtesy heretofore extended to me.
CEORGE U. HOPPOCK.
Charleston, January 31.1370._febl
TTTILLIAM A COURTENAY,
(I ate of the firm or Courtenay ? Trenholm.)
SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION
AGENT OF THE NEW YORK AND SOUTH CARO?
LINA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NO. 1 UNION WHARVES.
fcb5stu2fm6 Charleston, S. 0.