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Meetings This Day.
Sv. Joseph's Catholic Fair Committee, at
?? I*. M._
THE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Onice is
now printing bill-heads in the best style and on
line paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
of UT .
SODTHWISTERX RAILROAD BANK-At a
meeting 01 the board of directors, held yesterday,
J. 0. Cochran, Esq., was re-elected president br
CITY TAXES.-The city assessor gives notice
that blank rorms of returns for real and personal
property.for this year.wUl be ready for distribn tlon
on and after Monday. The returns must be made
out and flied before the 20th.
A GOOD REWARD OFFERED.-We are re?
quested to state that arty dollars will be paid for
the return or a breastpin taken at the masked
ball on Wednesday evening. No questions will
bc asked. Address Lock Box No. 49.
THE BENEFIT OF MISS ELDBIDO E.-To-night
Miss Lillie Eldridge takes her farewell benefit ar
the Aoademy or Music This popular and deserv?
ing young actress has won in a remarkable degree
the sympathies or the playgoers or Charleston.
We are sure they will crowd the Academy to do
her this parting honor.
^N'OT GOTLTT."-Magistrate Charles E. Kana
paux was tried ror "otflcial misconduct" yesterday
and thc jury returned a verdict or "Not Guilty,"
without leaving the box. Mr. Kanapaux has dis?
charged his public duties with fidelity, ability
and impartiality for a long term of years, and lt
is not regretted that he has had an opportunity
of vindica:tn^ his whole career, while disproving
thu charge wantonly brought against him.
CHARITY.-The Columbia Phoenix says: "The
munificent bequest of Caleb Dorsey, of Maryland,
for the reUef of the suffering poor of the South, ls
being most, Judiciously disbursed. Among the
donations by the trustees was the handsome sum
of $2500 to the Rev. Porter, for a school io Charles?
ton. We are now informed that $1000 has been
sent to a yoong lady or Columbia for distribution,
at her discretion, to the poor of this connan-.
A BLACK .SOLON POT OFF THE TRAIN.-Thc
honorable negro representative in the Legisla?
ture from Sumter County got on the train on thc
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, on Tics
day night last, and when the conductor came
around alleged that he had lost his pocketbook,
and had no ticket or money. The conductor no?
bly did his duty, and deposited the recusant pas
seager in the swampy region through which the
train was passing.
DOMESTIC EXPORTS FOR THE YEAR 1869.
The annual statement of domestic exports from
this port for the year 1889 shows the following
Jfigurcs: Of sea island cotton, 1,578,174 pounds,
valued at $1,295,C61; of upland cotton, 32,392,322
pounds, at (8,328,341; of rosin and turpentine,
28&20 barrels, at $102,670; of tar and pitch, 527
barrels, at $1783; of spirits of turpentine, 371,423
gallons, at $149,448; of rice, 69,638 pounds, at
$5841; of boards, 1,788,000 feet, at $42,192; of shin?
gles, 106,000, at $802. Total value of exports,
THE AUGUSTA FIREMEN'S CELEBRATION-The
following arrangements have been announced for
the entertainment of the Charleston fire compa?
nies who propose visiting Augusta, and partici?
pating la the approaching parade:
The Marion, from Charleston, is to be quartered
with the Fillmore.
The Young America, from Charleston, with the
The Hook and Ladder Company, from Charles?
ton, with the Pioneer.
Delegations from a number or the other Charles?
ton fire companies wUl also attend the Augusta
THE STABBING AFFRAY.-The man Lanni?
gan, cr Landrigan, who was stabbed in Market
-street on Thursday morning, is not dead, as at
first reported, though his recovery ls still doubt?
ful. Two men named W. C. and W. F. White have
been arrested and committed to jail to await the
death or recovery of Lannigan. The latter re?
ports that the affray occurred In Fremder's sa?
loon, where he had a quarrel with the two Whites.
On leaving thc saloon he was followed and struck
by one of them. Ile then ran across the street,
where a tassel ensued, during which he was
stabbed, but was unable to state which of the
Whites had committed the deed.
TUB RIV. E. T. WINKLER_We take the fol
loydng paragraph from the Charleston corres?
pondence of the Greenville Enterprise:
Spending Sunday in the city, the solemn sound
of church bells reminds you of the hours of wor?
ship in the varions churches. I attend id morning
service at the Citadel Square Church, Baptist.
Kev. K. T. Wu kier is the pastor, and has long
been one of i he favorite preachers in the city.
He ls decidedly a progressive man, both in his
scholastic argument and pulpit power. His ser?
mon was most excellent and powerful, worthy
of the reputation of Spurgeon or Beecher, or any
of the gifted ministers of the gospcL They have
J3. fine organ in Mr. Wlnkler's church, and ad?
mirable singing. The voluntary was that sweet
Ami very devotional hymn commencing "Jesu-.
Lover of ray Soul.'' which, lt seems to me, none
but obdurate souls can hear well sung without
being melted Int? the spirit of humility and adora?
A CRTTNO NUISANCE.-That man is a grega?
rious animal is a point conceded by all naturalists,
but the negro has this characteristic with a
muchness that renders him frequently more or?
namental than useful. This is particularly no?
ticeable at the corner of Broad and Meeting
streets, In the immediate vicinity of the Court?
house. It ls true, that while the conrt is in ses?
sion there must necessarily be a large attendance
of witnesses, and others interested in the cases,
but there ls no reason why tbesidewalk should be
so blockaded as to prevent a passage. This evil
bas been repeatedly noticed, and as the guard?
house ls In close proximity, a policeman would
render efficient service to the public at large by
using his baton in clearing a passage. If the out
aide-world cannot enjoy the right of way, nor use
the sidewalk at will, by all means let us have
CRUMBS.-Messrs. Bollmann Brothers were
bJjjEily engaged moving into their new store yes?
No new cases have been reported on the French
war vessel, and she has been permitted to come
within a mile of the city. Of the twenty-five pa?
tients placed in the Lazaretto on the vessel's ar?
rival, thirteen have been returned to duty, eight
have died, and four still remain in the hospital,
tat are convalescent.
Isaac Moore, a member of the Union Star Fire
Company, was shot m the bead and face yester?
day morning by Tom Morrison, another member.
The latter claimed that the shooting was acciden?
tal, and surrendered himself to a magistrate.
Moore's wounds are not serions, but he will prob?
ably lose an eye.
It has been definitely settled that the LaRne
Minstrel Troupe will perform in the Academy of
Music on the 2lst instant. They are now drawing
crowded houses la WUraington.
The Tax bul, ratified in Counc? on Thursday
night, was oaly for real and personal property.
The Committee of Ways and Means are now In?
cubating, and wiU hatch a new Tax bill ; o em?
brace real estate and everything not IncluiiPd in I
its two predecessors.
The Cnarleston Land Company, composed or
colored men, purchased some time since a tract
of land at Remley's Point, on the Wando River,
and now design practicing the co-operative sys?
tem in planting. The proposed village will be
dedicated on Monday.
The case against the managers or the S?nger?
bund ror not allowing the detectives to enter thc
ball unmasked, was dismissed by the Mayor. The
ball was given by a private society, and the man?
agers were fully competent to preserve order with?
out any unasked assistance from outsiders.
TH? FIELD OF TUB CLOTH OF GOLD.-The
Oates' Burlesque and Opera'ic Company, which
opens in Charleston on Monday night, mast not
i be confounded with the ordinary burlesque
[ troupe which visits Southern cities. It ls, in
truth, an opera company, with a strong staff of
singers and actors, capable or producing with
excellent effect au the light operas and burlesque
dramas now performed. In Mobile, the Oates
troupe eclipsed '.he Lydia Thompson blondes, and
in Savannah they created a musical and dramat?
ic enthusiasm which could not be comforted. Vfe
are Informed that the company in Savannah
played the-same piece for one whole week with
crowded houses every night, and any company
which can do this In the South, must contain stars
of the first magnitude. The advertlsment printed
this morning will give the public an Idea of what
the company promise and perform.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. R. B. CARPENTKR, PRESIDING.-The
grand jury returned true bills in the following
cases: Charles Johnson-burglary and larcany;
Morris Alston-larceny ol notes; Dan Legau
malici?os trespass ; Frauds Danson-malicious
trespass; L. T. Gardner and George Simmons
assault and battery.
No bill was returned in the following: Charlss
Johnson-assault and battery.
Tne following cases were tried;
C. E. Kanapaux - official misconduct. Not
Stephen Vireen-assault and battery. Guilty.
Annette Simons-assault and battery. Guilty.
Aug. Seeberger-assault and battery. Guilty or
John Sanders-larceny. Not guilty.
Joe Glover-larceny. Guilty.
Eliza Thompson-assault and battery. Cuilty.
Thoma1- Roundflcld-assault and battery. Guilty.
Catherine Kenny-larceny. Not guilty.
Charles Johnson-burglary and larceny. Not
. Frederick Grant-hog killing. Guilty. *
UNITED STATES COURT-FEBRUARY ll.-HON.
GEORGE S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-EX parte Thayer,
Dewing k Co., In re Timmons k Bristow. Peti?
tion to establish lien. Further time granted.
Ex parte Otis D. Prentiss. Petition for final
discharge. Referred to Registrar Carpenter.
Ex parte John W. Burbidge, In re Th os. Pye.
Petition by assignee to sell lands to pay debts.
j Ex parte John W. Burbridge, In re James w.
Hill. Same order as above. -
Ex parte James E. Crossland, in re John Stall?
ings. Petition to sell property. Sale ordered.
The appointment or James M. Brown as as?
signee for Emory W. DuUose was confirmed.
Ex parte Thomas C. Duan, in re W. J. Gore.
Petition to file final account and discharge.
Bx Farte Lawrence W. O'Hear, in re Richard
Roper. Petition to be allowed to compromise
In re Charles M. Patrick, Caleb G. Stephens and
Samuel T. Izlar. Petition for final discharge.
Ex parte John F. Dorrot, in re T. D. Newnan.
Petition for 6ale of real estate. Referred to regis?
Thc following petitions for final discharge were
read and granted: Francis Hammond, of Rich?
land; H. C. Marks, or Richland; Jas. Seiglcr, of
Lexington ; Samuel Jackson and John E. Jefferey's,
or York. ,
Ex parte Robert Ferguson, or York. Petition
for final discharge. Referred to registrar.
Ex parte J. S. R. Thompson and T. J. Jeffreys,
In re J. J. Garvin. Petition to call in lien. Regis?
trar's report confirmed.
Ex parte S. J. Hemphlll, in re Samnel Black.
Petition for payment or established Hen. Granted.
Ex parte Martin Livingstone, In re Rufus C.
Salley. Petition for leave to set np judgment.
Assignee's report confirmed.
Ex parte W. B. Livingstone, In rc Fredcrlak
Livingstone. Same petition and order granted.
Ex parte Jefferson Stokes, in re Harrell Easter
Iln. Same as above.
Ex parte P. V. Dibble, in re Abraham Aatiles.
Petition to sell personal property. Registrar's re?
port confirmed and payment ordered.
In re James C. Kennedy, ex parte C. G. Glover.
Petition to set aside an alleged fraudulent sale.
DEATH OF COLONEL ABNEY.-Colonel Jo?
seph Abney, a valned and beloved citizen, died
at his residence, in the Town of Edgefleld, en
Wednesday night, the 2d instant, after an illness
of only ten hours, a victim of the prevailing
epidemic, men inge tis. He died m the prime cf
manhood, at the agc or forty-eight, leaving a wife
and three children. In announcing Colonel Ab?
ney's death, the Edgefleld Advertiser says:
Bravely, honestly and efficiently he fonght the
battle or lifo as he fought for the honor, interest
and glory or his country. Self-educated, he be?
came an accomplished scholar, lawyer and sol?
dier. His civic triumphs in popular assemblies,
In the Legislature and is the forum, as well as
laurels won ?n war, makeup the sam ora repu?
tation of which his family, his mends and his na?
tive Carolina are justly proud. But although he
received the plaudits of his country for services
rendered in peace and in war; while every battle?
ground from Vera Cruz to the Garita de Behn or
Mexico, and his blood shed on thc field or Cburu
bnsco, and. Inter in lire, at Drury's Bluff, in oar
last war, attest his devotion and skill as a war?
rior, he has lett behind a monument to his rame,
not less to be appreciated in thc memory and
gratitude or careworn poverty, which, with a
ready hand, prompted by Christian charity, he
never railed to alleviate, and thc poor will bless
him In their sorrow for his departure. But he
is gone I And it ls a consolation to believe that
he has entered Into his cterual rest as a Christian
and an heir of satvatiou.
"UP IN A BALLOON"-AN ASCENSION* AT AU?
GUSTA.-The first balloon ascension in ten years
took place In Augusta on Wednesday. For some
time past Mr. S. A. King, the aeronaut, has been en?
deavoring to raise thc wind enough for an ascen?
sion In his mammoth balloon, the Hyperion, and,
having agitated the financial breeze sufficiently,
last Wednesday was the time appointed for the
exhibition. The Chronicle says:
On the streets outside or the lot there was a
large number cf persons, principally colored, who
were dodging the twenty five cent man at the
gate: while In the enclosure there were from five
hundred to one thousand people ol all ages, sexes
and colors. It was a few minutes post 4 o'clock
before the oronnnt announced himself ready. He
had previous:} sent up a number ol comically
constructed toy balloons to ascertain the direc?
tion in which the wlud was blowing, and every
one ot them took an easterly course. The small
wicker basket was thea attached to thc cords, a
basket or provisions, a bottle or congress water,
and a number or sandbags were placed in the
frail car; the oronaut took his place; any quan?
tity of shaking hauds were exchanged; the ropes
were cast loose and the balloon slowly commenc?
ed its ascent amid the yells of the spectators.
After it had risen a few feet it was caught by thc
brisk wind which prevailed yesterday, and its
velocity was rapidly accelerated. The balloon
took an easterly direction, crossed the Savannah
River, passed in the neighborhood of Orangeville,
S. C., distant twelve miles Rom thia city, and
when Ust seen was still moving towards suurlse.
FREE EXCURSION TRAIKS-TUE EFEECT IN
WILMINGTON, N. C.-A GOOD HINT FOR TUE RE?
TAIL MERCHANTS OF 'CHARLESTON.-The paragraph
below, which we take from the Wilmington Jour?
nal of Thursday, suggests some Ideas worthy of
reflection. If the merchants of Wilmington can
afford to pay for a train on thc Wilmington and
Charlotte Railroad out or the profits made rrom
ooo excursionists, surely the merchants or
Charleston could pay for trains on thc Greenville
and Columbia, Charlotte and Columbia, and South
Carolina Railroads rrom the profits to be made
from as many thousands. Thc "good reeling and
mutual regard," too, of which the Journal speaks
certainly need to be much encouraged between
the people or Charleston and the people or the
State, and even if no money was realized from
the experiment, it would nevertheless accomplish
a good purpose-In effecting a reunion or people
orall sections or the State in its metropolis. In
Wilmington it appears to be a semi-annual cus
tom. Why not rollow suit?
Our city presented a lively scene yesterday.
The afternoon was characterized bj thc arrivul of
about six hundred excursionists on the train on
the Wilmington, Charlotte anti Rutherford Rail?
road, chartered for their express accommodation
bv our merchants. They were soon scattered
over the city, enjoying tue sights and thronging
the te.*eral stores for the purposes of trade. Tills
excursion numbers more than even mat given
last rall. Theseseml-annnal visits or our country
friends are pleasant, and cause a good feeling io
exist between city and country. In thus bring?
ing us together a mutual regard ls established,
and a more thorough acquaintance brought about.
i PARLOR ENTERTAINMENT AT THE HIBERNIAN
HAIL-GRAND MATINBB THIS AFTERNOON.-The
[ Taylor A Silvester Troupe, now performing at the
Hibernian Hall, are one of the best combinations
that have ever appeared in this city. The style
oi entertainment 1B so varied and so foll of fun
t.nat the audience are on a broad grin daring the
entire performance. Professor Silvester is an ac?
complished Illusionist, and his tricks and sleight
of-hand prove a through acquaintance with the
black art. The character of thc company, how?
ever, is Mr. Taylor. Few mortals are favored
with such mobile faces, or have such wonderful
control over the voice. His imitations are capi?
tal, and never fail to bring down the house. The
mid-air suspension ls a feat that ls often attempt?
ed, but is seldom done so perfectly as by M'lle.
Marie. There can be no deception In the matter,
as in some cases. The talking lion is less of a
hon than something else, but what else no one
knows. A grand matinee will be given this af?
ternoon, when all the wonders will be exhibited
at half-price for ladles and children.
THE ACADEMY OF MOSIC-MR. WARNBR'S
BENEFIT.-Tobin's charming comedy of the
Honeymoon drew a fall house to the Academy
last evening. Like "Single-speech" Hamilton, To?
bin's claims to dramatic eminence rest solely
upon this play, for he never completed another.
It, however, ls fully equal to the task. Though
somewhat deficient in originality of plot, the In?
cidents are so well managed, there ls so much
humorous effect in the situations, such curiosa
felicitas in the dialogue, and so much real ten*
derness and truth in the love scenes, that lt has
never failed to touch and charm an audience.
It was very well put upon the boards last even?
ing, and, with some trilling exceptions, wont
very smoothly. The only drawback which pre?
vents Mr. Warner's high comedy from attaining
thc same level of excellence as his tragedy is his
present lack of flexibility of voice. His hoarse?
ness interferes somewhat with his carrying ont,
in its foll sense, Hon Pedro's maxim to "speak
low. If you speak love." In spite of this, how?
ever, his Buke Aranza was a capital impersona?
tion. His poses are natural and appropriate,
and his action ls graceful and artistic.
Miss Eldridge's marked success as Beatrice and
Katherine had prepared ns for the great merit of
her Juliana. We doubt if she has ever done better
than in this congenial role. Her by-play was
particularly good; and the "larking devil In her
eye played at bo-peep" with her simulated meek?
ness to most charming purpose. Last, but not
least, she dressed and looked thc part to perfec?
tion. Mr. Warner and herself were called out
after the play. Miss Alexander's Volante was
graceful and delicate, with a touch more of
esprit than she has generally attained. Mr. Par?
ker as the mock Duke, lacked spirit here and
there, but was good on the whole. After this,
The Trial Scene from tho "Merchant of Venice"
made an agreeable contrast, and closed the en?
tertainment very pleasantly.
Hotel Arrivals-February 12
E. 0. Clark, Philadelphia; L. Weston, Mistic;
H. Hirsch, Philadelphia; R. E. Hughson and W.
D. Gilklsoa, Virginia; G. E. Hess and C. J. Stuart,
Baltimore; F. O. Slstrunk and W. E. McMleheals,
Oi^ngeburg; A. Van Santroord and Mrs. Van
Santroord, Albany; Mrs. G. Stone, Jacksonville;
H. P. Tuchmann and G. A. Cus? el, Philadelphia;
G. H. Caulear, Mrs. Caalear and child, and Miss
L. B. Holmes, New York; Dr. C. H. Leland, Mount
John Kirkpatrick. R. H. Charles, New York;
John Crawford, Pittsburg; Benjamin Gay, St.
Stephen's; H. R. MeNally, N. P. Dutton, Balti?
more; T. E. Hewett, John Nettles, Northeastern
Railroad; James H. Clark, Darlington.
J. E. Hnff, Philadelphia; A. S. Wooley, Three
Rivers; W. B. Greene, Mrs. Greene, Miss Merris,
Richard Greene, New York; D. Forreston, Baltl
more; Stephen Vail, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gautier, child and nurse, C. M.
Rice, H. T. Caswell and wife, New York;Mrs. J. R.
Ford, Baltimore; F. M. Wild, Jr., Beston; J. P,
Winne, M. Schloss, New York; M. Woodward,
Brooklyn; L. C. Hautten, New York.
SPECIAL attention is directed to thc adver
"lsemcnt of Mr. A.C. Kaufman.
BCSTNESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
LADIES, have you seen that nice note paper
at the Hasel street Bazaar, price 25 cents for two
"EXCEEDINGLY EFFECTIVE.-'BROWN'S BRON
chial Troches ' are excellent lozenges for the re?
lief of hoarssness or 6ore throat. The yare certain?
ly exceedingly effective. We have known several
Instances in which troublesome coughs have
ceased very speedily after one or two troches
were taken."-Christian World, London, Eng?
land. For sale by Dowle, Moise A Davis.
A NEW STYLE of fine initial note paper and
envelopes, 40 cents u box, al thc Hasel street Ba?
pS- TAXES .-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that thc Treasurer of Colinton County will be
ready to receive thc State and County Taxes at
the following places:
Smoke's Cross Roads, March ia.
Bell's Cross Roads, March io.
George's Station, March 10 and ll.
Green Pond Station, March 18.
Reeves' Station, March 12.
Ridgevllle, March 9.
Summerville, March T and 8.
Walterboro', from February 15 to Mai oh 1.
Young's Island, March 2,3 and 4.
Round 0, (at Jacoby's store,) March 21.
The Treasurer will be found at his office In Wal?
terboro' to receive Taxes after the above named
dates, until April 1.' After that date an addition of
twenty per cent. wiU be charged on all amounts
of Taxes unpaid before the 15th day of May, and
after that date the Treasurer will proceed to col
lect by distress or otherwise.
All real and personal property are charged with
live mills on thc dollar for State, and three mills
for County Taxes.
Office County Treasurer, Colletou County, S. C.,
Walterboro', February 2,1870.
JAMES W. GRACE,
febio thstn3 Treasurer C. C
^.NOTICE TO THE MEMBERS OF
TH.i BAR.-The Issue Docket will bc called on
MONDAY next, at io o'clock A. M. A full attend
ance of thc members of the Bar ls requested.
By order of the Court.
febO A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P.
pS- IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charles
ton Hotel, Charleston, S. C. decl4 6mos
ps- GERMAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-The Certificates o? Membership hav?
ing been executed, an Agent, Captain H. HARMS,
will call on the subscribers and collect the annual
contributions for 1870. The ?nice or the Agent
wilt be for the present at, No. 80 East Bay,
up stairs, where immlgrani'j, in want of as?
sistance or employment, may apply, and those
of our citizens, in want of German servants or
employees, may register during office hours from
12 o'clock to 2 o'clock P. M. every day.
By order of the Board of Directors.
fel)9 wsth3 JOHN CAMPS EN, President.
p??- NO Cl'RE, NO PAY.-FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAR for Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Spitting
of Blood and Luug Diseases. Immediate relief
and positive cure, or price refunded. 35 cents.
N. B.-The genuine article has yellow labels,
with white, unprinted wrapper.
Sold by 0. w. AIM AR, Agent,
Corner King and Vanderhorst streets.
_^r*TRLNITY CHURCH.-SERVICES IN
the MORNING bj Bishop WM. M. WIGHTMAN, D.
D.; In the AFTERNOON, at SH o'clock, by Rev. A.
M. CHR1ETZBERG, and in the EVENING by Rev.
C. P. CADSDEN, at 7K o'clock. _
J?Sh FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-REV.
L. H. SHUCK, PASTOR.-Divine Service may be
expected in this Church TO-MORROW, athaif-past
10 A. M., ami at half-past 3 P. M._feb!2
?SP UNITARIAN CHURCH-DIVINE
Service will bc held in this Church TO-MORROW
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, and In the EVE?
NING, at half-past 7, the Rev. R. P. CUTLER offi?
ciating. Strangers are cordially invited to at?
tend. Subject of the Evening Discourse-"A
Divine Power in Goodness and Kindness lor Sub
^DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphan's Chapel on SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, by tae Rev. E. T. WANNAMAKER.
jjsr NOTICE OF CITY TAX RETURNS
OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY".-OFFICE
OF CITY APPRAISER-CITY HALL, CHARLES?
TON, FEBRUARY 12, 1870.-Notice ls hereby re?
spectfully given to all concerned that blank forms
of return? for Real and Personal Property for
this year will be ready for distribution at this
office, on and arter MONBAT, the ut h Instaat, and
that by ordinance said returns must be filled ont
and returned to this office on or before the 20th
Instant, arter which time the ordinance prohibits
the Appraiser In receiving any return, bat as in
derault. P. J. COOGAN, City Appraiser.
EXTRACTS FK03? ORDINANCE. PUBLISHED FOB IN?
SECTION 7. Every person required by this or?
dinance to list property shall, annually, between
the 1st day or January and the 20th day or Feb
mary, make out and deliver to the City Appraiser
a statement, verified by his oath, or all the real
and personal property possessed by him, or un?
der his control, on the first day or January or that
year, either as owner, agent, parent, husband,
guardian, executor, administrator, trustee, re?
ceiver, officer, partner, tactor, or holder, with the
value or said personal property at the place or re?
turn, estimating according to the rules prescribed
by this ordinance, whlchstatemcntshailsetrorth:
1. All real property.
2. The number or horans and their value,
3. The number of neat cattle and their value.
4. The number or mules and asses and their
6. The number or sheep, goats and their value,
e. The number of hogs and their value.
7. The value or gold and sliver plate and num?
ber or gold and silver watches and their value.
8. The number or plano fortes, melodeons, cab?
inet organs and their value.
0. The number of carriages, wagons, drays or
other vehicles. .
10. The valne or goods, merchandise, monies
and credits pertaining to his business as a mer?
11. The valne or materials received, used, or
provided to be used, in his business as a manu?
12. The value or machinery, engines, tools, fix
tares and Implements used or provided for bis
use in his business as a manufacturer, and or all
manufactured articles on hand one year or more.
13. The value or monies, Including bank bills
and circulating notes.
14. The value of all credits.
15. Thc value or investments in stocks and
bonds ot any company or corporation out or this
city, except national banks.
10. The valne of all investments in bonds and
stocks, except bonds of the United States and
this State and city expressly exempt from taxa?
tion by the law nader which they were issued.
17. Ths value or all other property or whatever
SEC. 22. An companies and corporations,
ir beth er organized under the la ivs or this Slate or
not, the manner or listing whose personal prop?
erty is not otherwise specifically provided fur by
law, shall Hst for taxation all their personal
property and effects- at thc same time, man?
ner and place as Individuals are required to Hst
similar property and effects for taxation.
SEC. 34. Any person claiming not to have any
property, shall, upon demand of the City Ap?
praiser, make oath to the fact that he has no
property, and ir he refuse to make such oath, he
shall be subject to a penalty of fifty dollars and
;os|s or prosecntlon.
Ssc. 45. ir the City Appraiser shall suspect or
ne Informed that any person or persons, corpora?
tion or company, has evaded making a return, or
made a raise return or his, her, or their personal
property for taxation, or have or has not made a
i rmi return, or that the valuation returned ls
ess than it should have been according to the
rules prescribed by this ordinance, lt shall be his
luty, at any time before the settlement with the
rteasurer for the year, to notify such party to ap?
pear before him at his office, at a time fixed in
said notice, together with such other person or
persons as said City Appraiser may desire to ex
imlne, and the party, together with any witness
sailed, shalt be examined by said City Appraiser,
mder oath, (which oath said City Appraiser ls
authorized to administer,) touching tho personal
property and the value thereof of such party, and
everything which may tend to evince the true
tmount such party should have returned for tai
p?r TO PRINTERS.-IF YOU WANT
TOWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
3U1 Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print
ng Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
3DWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
ilte Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
MARKED DOWN.-WE OFFER
he balance or our Winter Stock of CLOTHING,
ill marked down, at very low prices. Wc Invite
?pedal attention to snits which we arc selling at
F14 and $18, made from All-wool Merrimac Cassi
neres. A lot or Oversacks at $S, $10 and $12,
narked dowu rrom $12, $15 and $18.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS k PARKER,
No. 297 King street, two doors north of Went?
worth, Charleston, S. C._febo 6
?B*MEDICAL NOTICE. -PATIBNTS
'uttering rrom Diseases pertaining to the Genlto
Jrlnary Organs, wul receive the latest scientific
reatment, by placing themselves under the care
>r DR. T. REENTSJERNA, Offlee No. 74 Hascl
itreet, three doors east rrom the Postotflee.
aug25 wa _
^-MERCHANDISE FOR REAL ES?
TATE.-Persons having REAL ESTATE In or out
>r the city, and desirous or trading thc same for
lesirable MERCHANDISE, will call at
W. Y. LEITCH k R. S. BRUNS',
j an 29 stutnfl* No. 35 Bron?! street.
NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, PIREPRO0F BUILDING, CHARLES
TON, S. C., December 20, 1809.-All persons Re?
tailing LIQUORS la the County are hereby called
apon to take out Licenses for one year, from 1st
Every violation or the law relative to these Li
senses vrtll be prosecuted and the penalty strictly
enforced. F. LANGE,
dec23_Clerk Board C. C.
^NOTICE.-TO LOT OWNERS ON
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-The attention of all per?
sons Interested is called to thc following resolu?
tion which was passed at the last Regular Meet?
ing or the Town Coand! at MoultrlevUle, and
which will be rigidly enrcrccd:
Resolved, That all persms owning or claiming
Lots which have been excavated or upon which
earthworks have been nised, are required to lill
up such excavations and to level said works; all
such Lots not lilied or le\eled before thejtrst dtiv
of.Vwch nex'. lo be take.i charge or by Council,
and the work done at th? expense or the persons
claiming or owning the ?ame.
By order or ConnclL
JOHN M. TOUHEY,
, anlS tug so_Intendant.
' ^ST-NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Es ate or FLORENCE O'S.
SEYLE, will render then properly attested, and
those indebted will mais Immediate payment to
the undersigned. HARRIET E, COMP TON,
jan29 s3_ Administratrix.
??r* FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLLED
at Wholesale prices, whet purchased by the case,
half barrel or barrel. Hermetically Scaled Goods
by the dozen. AU goods warranted, and FULL
WEIGHT GUARANTEED. We invite the atten?
tion of the public to the QUALITY and PRICES or
our Goods, and particularly to the WEIGHTS.
WM. 5. CORWLV k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
jan24_No. 275 King street.
pf JUST OUT-CHERRY P E C T O -
RAL TROCUES, superior to all others for Colds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manufactured by RUSHTON k CO., Astor House,
No more or those horrible tasted, nauseating
Drown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN k CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Heyne
street. decso 3mos
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
JAMBS ADC ER, from New York, are notated that
she ls discharging Cargo at Adger's South "Wharf.
Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on the
wharf at owners' risk. JAS. AUGER A CO.,
ps- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER SEA
GULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that
she is THIS DAT discharging Cargo at Pier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees' risk.
febll 2_MORDECAI A CO., Agents."
pS- LE YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds of WRAPPLNQ PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, op po
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C
pS- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months after date, application will be j
made to thc Court of Common Pleas for Charles?
ton County, or the Judge at Chambers, for a Char?
ter for the Chlcora Fertilizer Company. Jam 89
ps- THE BANK OF HAMBURG. -BE
LNG appointed as the Receiver of the Hamburg
Bank, by his Honor Judge PLATT, Judge of the
Second Circuit Court, notice is hereby given, to
all whom it may concern, that I shall attend, for
the discharge of my duty, on and ofter the 20TH
OF JANUARY, 1870, at my office In Hamburg, to
receive all claims, assets, or information con?
nected with said Bank. FRANK ARNLM,
jan20 24 Receiver.
Shirts ano 4rnrnisr)ing Gfrooos.
P L E N G E
No. 37 BROAD STREET,
Informs bis customers and the public generally
that he is now disposing of a choice lot of
AT TEN PER OENT. LESS THAN rttEVIOUB TRICES.
CANTON FLANNEL DRAWERS
of the same manufacture, and
SAME R EDUCTION.
g C 0 T T ' S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
S SCOTT'S S
SSSSSSS 8 S S S S S S
S. STAR SHIRTS S
S AND COLLARS S
S READY MADE S
S AND MADE S
S TO ORDER. S
s - s
S MEN'S S
S FURNISHING S
S GOODS. S
THE LATEST STYLE
PATENT MOULDED PAPER COLLARS.
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
Olrrj ?oo?s, &t.
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 60
Dress Goods at 25, 30, 35 cents and upwards
each worth 5 to io cents more.
White 10-4 Blankets at $4, actually worth $6.
Arab Shawls at one-hair their original vainc.
4 ?ieces 6-4 Black Beaver Cloth at $2, worth $3
Longcloths, Brown Homespun" Hosiery
Gloves, Collar and Cuffs, and Fancy Articles, as?
AH oar Stock is reduced, and only BARGAINS
can bc foand 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.
SS- All we want ls an early call. Jan31
EWING M ACHINES
The place to buy
Is where you have a choice of styles of dur?rent
makers. Machines sold on the lease plan, payable
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chines now before the public.
THE WILLCOX A GD3BS'
"WEED" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Are the simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine ls warranted to give satis?
faction, or lt will be exchanged for other kinds.
AU kinds of Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for all first class Sewing or Knllt?ig
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, SlUc, Ac.
REPALRLNG as usuaL
D. B. HASELTON,
mayl stuthly No. 307 King street.
jgXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
The only Gold Medal.
EDGERTON A RICHARDS, Agents
dec24 No. 32 Broad street.
YT7ILLIS ?fc CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to the Purchase. Sale and Shipment
(to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON,
RICE, LUMBER aud NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.AR. OHISOLV.
QUmicm BaUs^Jstxat iDaps.
By N. A. BUKT,
By permission or the Court of Probate, I
will seU on SATURDAY, the 26th Febnrary, at 10
o'clock, A. M.,
The entire CONTENTS OP THE STORE No. 353,
on the west side of King street, between Liberty
and George streets, lately known as LAND
RETH'S SEBD STORE, and recently occupied by
Conrad Ring, deceased, consisting of the follow?
ing articles, to wit: STONE AND EARTHEN?
WARE, Woodcnware, Twines. Rope, Willowware,
Brooms. Brushes. Hardware, Cutlery, Oom Shel?
lers. Corn Mills, Hay Gutters, Plough's, Harrows,
Hoes, Spades, Shovels Rakes, Plough Points and
Land Slides. Seed Sowers, Garden Sets and a
general assortments of Seeds. Also the lease of
the Store to the 1st day of May, 1870.
Conditions cash In carrent fonds. feb!2 S3
Bj Z. B, OAKES.
SPLENDID IRON FRONT BUILDING,
No. 54 Broad street, near Church.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 15th instant, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That splendid modern-built Three-story IRON
FRONT BUILDING, No. 54, north side of Broad
street, the lower part occupied by Messrs. W. B.
Heriot A Co., Insurance Agents, and the upper
part by the New York Life Insurance Company.
Together with the Lease of the Lot upon which
the Building stands, haring three years to run
from 19th March, 1870, at a ground rent of $800
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 upon them by
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers
JOHN E. BOWERS,
ANEW VILLAGE LATELY LAID OFF,
. of 500 LOTS, extending from the Clement's
Ferry to the Jonction of the Dorchester and State
Road. The Northeastern and South Carolina
Railroads pass through the Tract of Land, with
a Turnout on the Land. All the Front Lots are
on the Plank Road.
Will be sold on the 22d of February, in front of
tho Old Pestofllce, corner of Broad and East Bay
500 LOTS, to bc sold by the plat which wUl be
then exhibited, and can be seen prior to that lime
at my office. No. 506 King street.
Terms cash, and no charge for papers or stamps.
Prags, Chemicals, &c.
jyR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
! to bc strictly vegetable, and can do no injury tb
It has been used by hundreds, and known for
thc last thirty-five years as one of the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering, lt taken regularly and
persistently, it ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache,! Jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chlUs, diseases of
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pains in
the bowels, pain In the head, fever and ague,
dropsy, bolls, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious] diseases
Prepared only by J. H ZEILIN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price $1: by mall $125.
Many highly respectable persons can ruuy at?
test to thc virtues of this valnablo medicine.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
E N R Y ' S
C A. R DB O DL. I
Tills medicine ls known to the faculty as being
the concentrated fluid extract of Sarsaparilla
united with Carbolic Acid, and ls guaranteed as
FOR THE CURE OF
SCROFULA AND CONSUMPTION.
This remedy ls compounded expressly for pnri
rylng and cleansing tho blood of all Infirmities,
going at once to thc fountain-head of disease. It
TUMORS. CONSUMPTION, SYPHILIS, SKIN ERUP?
TIONS, SALT RHEUM, BOILS, RHEUMATISU,
WASTE OF VITALITY, SCROFULA.
We all know that the promiscuous vaccination
indulged in during the late war bred the most vii
lanous diseases. Vaccination pus was taken from
the arms of many persons full of scrofulous sores.
Then of course the impurities of the scrofulous
patient was absorbed In the blood of men other?
wise without diseases, and both became Infected
alike. Men, women and children throughout all
the West are most wofulty diseased from this
cause, and knew not until a few months ago, the
origin or it.
HENRY'S CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR
Relieves the Entire System of Pains and Aches,
enlivens the Spirit, and sends New Blood
BOUNDING THUOUCn EVERY VEIN.
It Imparts a
Sparkling Brightness to the Eye,
A Rosy Glow to the Cheek,
A Ruby Tinge to the Lips,
A Clearness to thc Head,
Brightness to thc Complexion,
Buoyancy to the Spirits,
And Happiness on all Sides.
For all affections ol the kidneys lt ls unsurpassed.
People have been rescued, os lt were, from the
very jaws of death, by a timely use of this great
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LETTERS.
"Doctor, 1 was vaccinated In the hospital. Be?
fore that I had no skin disease. Until I had a bot?
tle of your 'Constitution Renovator,' sent me by
Mr. Roper, or Columbia. Mo., 1 suffered tortures
with running fores. Since I used two bottles
am all well except a small sore on the calf of my
left leg, and that ls getting well fast."
This from a lady: "And now ray skin ls as clear
and fair as a babe's. My complexion, thanks to
your 'Renovator,' ls beautirul."
"Yes, yes, I may well say such relief was
unknown to me bet?re. Enclosed lind five dollars
for six bottles ; two families here want to try lt."
"I was very much troubled with syphilis. Your
remedy seems to be curing me fast. Send four
bottles per express."
"No more rheumatism.. Three bottles of Con?
stitution Renovator have made mc a ucw man."
"Doctor, enclosed lind $5. Please send me a
supply. Two famll'cs here want to try your Con?
We have not space for more of the above ex?
tracts, bat you can ask your neighbor about the
remedy. Every one luis something good to say,
as it cures every time.
FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS, RETENTION OF TUE URLVE, AC, AC.
And for Female Diseases,
Nervous Prostration, Weakness, General Lassi?
tude, and Want or Appetite, it ls unsurpassed.
CAUTION!-In ordering our remedy always place
the number or our Postoillce Box on your letters.
Thc new law of our New York Postofllec compels
DR. M. E. nENRY A CO.,
Director General Berlin Hospital, Prussia.
AO ENCY OF TUE UNITED STATES.
Laboratory, 276 Pearl Street. Post?nico Box 5272,
^-CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR Is $1 per bot?
tle, six bottles for $5. Sent anywhere on receipt
of price. Patients are requested to correspond
confidentially, and reply will bc made by following
mall. Sold by all respectable Druggists.
G. W. AIMAR, Charleston, Agent.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 28, 30 AND 32, CENTRE STREET,
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
XE If* YORK.
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, both Plain and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cast at this establishment ls
rnanufaetured from the metal known as Conner's
Unequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary Tor a perre? Printing Office furnished.
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS,
SECUR1TI BS AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MA?
GRATH. Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING. Esq. OCt4
. %ttrtioTt ggU0~~iimgte JDajj*^
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
SALE OF IMPORTED PLANTS, TREES,
Will be sold at N?, ' 185 King street, on TUBS
DAT, leen instant, at il o'clock:,1
The above Stock/ Jost imported from France,
consisting of JAPONICAS. Magnolias* Kododen
dums, Azalias, Poto mas. 250 new Bose Trees, Fruit
Trees, viz: Pears, Apples, Cherries, Plums, Chest?
nuts. A variety of Flower Bulbs and Seeds.
Conditions cash. ? . ,:., . . febU
Bj WM. McKAY.
LARGE SALE OF PARLOR, DINING
ROOM, Cottage Sets, Feather Beds, Bolsters,
Pillows, Bedding. Ac.
On MONDAY, 14th, at half-past io o'clock, at No.
351 King street, over Landret li's Seed Store.
Open for Inspection morning of sale. . Jobll
[SALE POSTPONED.] .
By W. Y. LEITCH ? R. S. BR?NS,
UN DEB DECREE IN EQUITY.
Falk vs. Jacobi, Administratrix, et al.
On TUESDAY, tho 16th February, will be sold,
at ll o'clock A. M., near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the west side
of King street, a few doors south or Bean fala
street ; measuring In front on said street 80 feet, .
more or less; on the back Une 27 feet ? io -Inches,
more or less; and o a the north and 80 uth lines
153 feet 6 inches each, more or less; there being
an angle m the north line at. the northwest cor?
ner of the brick store. Bounding east on King
street, south on Land of Mrs. Vogel,, west OB
Land of John Siegllng, and north., on Land of
Jobn SlegUng and J. S. Bird. With the Lot is in?
cluded In the sale the walls, bricks and materials
of the building and outbuildings, partially de?
stroyed by Ure, as they now stand.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate in St. Philip street, Upper Wards.
Bounding north on Land or Jas. Adger, east
on Land of Mary Campbell, south on Land of
Robt. Wing, and west on St. Phillp street; mea?
suring 60 feet on the north line, 64 .feet on the
sontb Une, and 26 feet on the east and west lines
each, be the said dimensions more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal
successive annual Instalments, with interest from
the day of sale, payable annuaUy; the buildings
on the St. Phillp street Lot to be insured and toe
policy assigned. Purchaser topay for papers
and stamps. J. W. GRAY. ,
rebs tusmtu4_Sp clal Referee.
By WARDLAW & CAREW.
SALE BY TRUSTEES, UNDER AU?
THORITY of the Court of Equity-Exten?
sive and Valuable Property.
Will be sold at ll o'clock A. M., on THURSDAY,
24th Instant, m front or the Old Postofflce,
That elegant HOUSE AND GROUNDS, s Ituate In
Hampstead, at the corner of Brake and Blake
s t ree rs. Thc Lot meas ares four hundred (400) feet
on Blake street,by about two hundred and eighty
(280) feet in depth on Blake street, from weat to
east to*Bay street.
On the premises arc an elegant Mansion of mod?
ern style and finish, containing twelve large
rooms, with double piazzas ou the sontb, com?
manding a fine view or the bay and harbor, With
all necessary .ontbulldlngs. such as kitchen, con?
servatory, stables, Ac. In : addition to the above,
there ls a commodious Dwelling on the northeast
corner of the Lot. ' - .
This property will be offered first, asia whole,
but on failure to find a purchaser, will be sold in
parcels as follows: ' "'
1. One Lot on which the Dwelling and DnHd
Ings are sltnated, measuring two hundred and
twenty (220) feet front from north to south on
Drake street, by about two hundred and eighty
(280) feet deep from west to east oa Blake street,..
to the Bay,
2. One Lot next south of the above, sixty (00)
feet front on Drake street, by the depth of the Lot
from west. to east to the Bay, say two hundred..
and eighty (280) feet. '
3. One Lot next south of the above; sixty (60)
feet front on Drake street, by the depth of thc Loci
, from west to east to the Bay, say two hundred
and eighty (280) feet. '
4. One Lot next south of tho above, sixty (60)
feet on Drake street, by the depth of the Lot from
west to east to the Bay, say two hundred and
eighty (280) feet.
A body of MARSH LAND, east side of Bay
street, separated from the above property by Bay
street, embracing six hundred (600) feet from
north to south, by three h and.-ed (300) feet from
east to west, on the west side of the Northeastern
Another body of Marsh Land lying east of said
road, containing - feet. ..
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one, two
and three years, with Interest at io per cent, per
annum. Purchasers to pay W. A C. for papers
and stamps. febi tua
Br LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
Auctioneers. ? s . '
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
U Executors of R. F. W. Allston vs. Benjamin
Allston, et al. .
In pursuance of the Decree of the Hon. R.B.
Carpenter, Judge First District Circuit, in the
above case made on otu dar of November, I860,
will be sold on MONDAY, 14th day of February,
1870, at ll o'clock, in front of the Old Custom?
house, at foot of Broad street, Charleston,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the large and ele?
gant BRICK MANSION thereon, sltnated on the
west side of Meeting street, In the city or Charles?
ton, measuring and containing lu front on Meet?
ing street one hundred and thirty (190) feet, and
In depth two hundred and twenty-three (223) feet
six inches, more or less, butting and bounding to
tho north on the Scotch Church yard, to the east
on Meeting street, to the south on Price's Ahoy,
and to the west on lands formerly or C. B. Nor?
throp u nd.Mrs. Jones, conveyed to Hon. R. F. w.
Allston, by Paul Trapler and wire, winiam Dehon
and Theodore Dehon, In August, 1857/ '
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bond of the purcha?
ser, with Interest payable annually and mort?
gage or the property. The building to be insured
and thc policy assigned. Purchaser to pay . for
necessary papers and revenue stamps.
HENRY D. LE3ESNE,
, . ADELE P. ALLSTON,
Qualified Executors ol R. F. W. Allston.
Jan25 tuthsQml_ ' " '
By J. S. RYAN.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Anne H. Earle vs. Jolla Earle, ct al.
On THURSDAY, the 17th of February next, wUl
be sold, near the Old Customhouse,
' All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on thc west side of Anson, adja?
cent to Calhoun street, in the City of Charleston,
measuring 32 feet 0 Inches front on Anson street,
103 feet ? inches on the north line, 20 feet 6 Inches
on the wes: Une, and 183 feet on the south Une,
tie the same more or less, with the Buildings
thereon, consisting of a two-story Frame House
and a one-story shed-room; boundlngon the north
by Lot No. 2, east by Anson street, west on Lot
No. 5, and south by Lands or sundry persons, ac?
cording to a plat or survey made by Charles
Parker, City Surveyor, dated 1st February, 1854,
on which plat said Lot ol Land Is designated as
Lot No. 1.
All that LOT OF LAND, next adjoining to the
north, with the Buildings thereon, measuring 32
feet ? inches front on Anson street, 204 feet on
north line, on the west line 29>i rcet, and 193 feet
CInches on th.-south line, be the same more or
less; bonnding on the north by lands of estate of
Mrs. Marshburn, John Mann, and others, on the
East by Anson street, south by Lot No. 1, And
west on Lot No. 2, designated as Lot No. 2 in plat
of Charles Parker, as stated above.
All that LOT OF LAND, with thebulldlngs'there
on, situate sooth side of Calhoun street, measur?
ing in front 40 feet, and on thc rear 60 feet by 190
feet In depth on the east, and 202 fept on the west
Une, designated in plat above mentioned by the
No. 3, bc the same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the south side
or Calhoun street, In the City or Charleston, meas?
uring In rront and rear 43 oy 202 rcet in depth on
the east line, and 205 on west line, designated on
above mentioned plat by the No. 4, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with Buildings thereon,
consisting or fourteen tenements, each being two
story brick buildings on a court 263 feet on the
cast line, by 43 feet on thc south, and the same
on thc west Une, rroutlnp on Calhoun street.
This property ls known as Mills' Row, designated,
as Lot No. 5 on plat as stated above, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, consisting of a two story Frame Building,
with doable piazzas, at the south and west, and
a two story Wooden BuUding next adjoining; a
two story Brick House, and a brick range of
kitchens, one story high. These buildings are aU
upon the extreme back linc, having a fineview
from the south and west, situate south side of
Calhoun street; measuring in front 40 feet 6
Inches, in the rear 34 feet, by 263 feet 6 inches in
depth on the east line, an 217 feet on the west
line, designated on thc above plat by the No. 6,
be the same more or less.
AU that Lot or Land, with Buildings thereon,
consisting ol a two story Wooden House, with
piazza to the south; a two story Brick House
immediately adjoining on the back Une, aud a
two story kitchen In the rear, sitaste on the
south side of Calhoun street; measuring hi front
36 feet, and in rear 36 feet 6 inches, by 217 feet 6
inches on the east line, an? 218 feet on the west
line, known in above plat as No. 8, be the same
more or less.
AU that LOT on thc south side of Calhoun street,
measuring In rront 36 feet, in the rear 35 foer, by
218 feet In depth on the east, and 219 feet on tho
west line, and deslsnated on said plat by the No.
9, be the same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND on Cove street, Sulli?
van's Island. . .
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, to be secured by b<nd or
bonds bearing interest, payable annually,, and
mortgage or the premises. Burnings to be in?
sured and policies assigned. Pur phasers to pay
for papers and stamps. A plat of rai* above men
Honed Lots may be seen ?Jgofflp.^
jan2o stnth9 Special Referee.