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yTrtE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office ls
notv printing hi'.l-heads in the best style and on
fine paper, at $250 per thous tad. Merchants, think
Meeting? tula Day.
Grand Royal Arch Chapter, at 12 M.
Ihtiernian Society. at T P. JL
Relief Loan Association, at hair-post : P. M.
nook and Ladder. No. 2, a: half-past 7 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Carolina Dramatic Club, at S P. M.
Auction Sales this Day.
Leitch I: Bruns will seil at ll o'clock, at the
Old Postofnce. real estate.
Z. B. Oakes will sell at ll o'clock, at the Old
Postofllce, bonds and real estate.
R. M. Marshall i- Brother will sell at 10 o'clock,
at No. 165 King street, tree--, plants, .vc.
Jeffords A- Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock, at
fiieir stores, damaged coffee, corn and ?our.
Wm. McKay will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
household furniture, .Vc.
Riccke k Schachte win sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
at their store, shoulders, hams, kc.
Lauroy k Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, bacon, corn, Ac.
John G. Milnor & Co., will seil at io o'clock, at
their Store, cigars, dry goods, ?c.
THE SCHCTZEXFEST.-The GeteaxrrT Ride
Club, at au extra meeting held on Saturday night,
adopted a programme aud estimate of expeuses
for :he next Sch?tzenfest. The club have deter?
mined to make their coming anniversary superior
in every respect to its predecessors, and the com?
mittee of arrangements will soon commence the
FUNERAL OF THE LATE HENKT COMA.-Thc
death of Mr. Cobia cast a saddening influence
over business circles yesterday, but his loss was
felt most keenly by the various organizations of
which he was a member. The German Friendly
Society, the Board of Trade and the Pioneer Fire
Company, each met and proceeded in a body to
the house of mourning, where they formed a part
of the funeral cortege.
Tlie Chamber of Commerce met, and, after pass?
ing resolutions of condolence with the Board or
Trade, adjourned and also attended the funeral.
Among those present were the presidents and
officers of the banks and public institutions, and
representations from the prominent business
?rms. The nags of the shipping in the harbor
were all at half-mast during the day.
Thc funeral services were performed at St.
John's Lutheran Church, Dr. Bach man and the
Rev. w. W. Hicks officiating. The chnrch was
densely crowded, a promiucut feature being thc
presence.of the orphan children, who Ulled one of
the galleries. After the services were concluded,
tho remains were conveyed to Magnolia to be in?
terred iu thc family burying ground.
Tits CHARLESTON CHAM UER OF COMMERCE.
Tliis time-honored body that, until the advent of
the Board of Trade, was the only corporate com?
mercial association in the city, celebrated its forty
seventh anniversary yesterday. After the chamber
had assembled, at 3 P. M., Colonel Andrews, In a
few tf*jrds, announced thc death of Mr. Henry
Cobia, president or the Board or Trade, aud offer?
ed rosolutious or condolence with that body, and
moved that the chamber attend the funeral. The
chamber was then adjourned for that purpose, to
r?assemblent a later hour. When again called
to order, the regular business of the meeting was
transacted, and the followiug "fncers re-elected
unanimously to serve for thc- ensuing year:
Robert Mure, president: S. Y. Tupper, first vice
president; E?Iorry Frost, second vice-president;
P.Barbot, secretary and treasurer; George A.
Trenholm. Henry Gourdin, Theodore Huchet, Wm. 1
M. Lawton, Wm. Ravenel, Wm. C. Bee, committee '
of appeals; F. J. Porcher, Theodore D. Wagner, 1
F. J. Pelzer, A. F. Ravenel, w. A. Courtenay, .
committee on charity. After the meeting, the 1
chamber adjourned to the supper hal!, where I
Tully had provided one of lils incomparable 1
spreads. The supper was private, and no toasts 1
or sent?nents were offered. '
COURT or GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-HON. R. B. CARPENTER, PRESIDING.
The Court was occupied up to 12 o'clock in sound?
ing the civil doekets and disposing or cases.
Ex parte Joseph Delaney, John Robinson and
E. McKensle, seamen or the bark Warren Ordway.
Petition ror writ or heabus ?brpus. R. S. Tharln,
Esq.. ror defence; C. E. Kanapaux, Esq., for cap?
tain. The defendants had refused to do duty on
shipboard and were put in Jail by. the captain.
The motion was refused.
The State vs. T. J. Mackey-assault and battery
with intent to kill. The scaled verdict was opened
and read by the clerk. Not guilty.
The State vs. Charles Harrison-murder. G. R.
Walker and R. W. Seymour, Esqi, for the de?
fence. This case was heard last term, but resulted
in a ml&rial. Harrison was charged with killing
James Seabrook, both colored, for alleged crimi?
nal nteroouse with his wife. The shooting oc?
curred last year at Vardell's farra near the Four
Mile House. Tne prisoner was ably defended by
his counsel, who proved that the shooting was
done in the heat of passion, caused by the direct
discovery of his wife's iufldcllty. The jury, after
a short absence, brought In a verdict of not guilty,
and, on motion, the prisoner was released from
The grand jury returned no bill in thc follow?
ing: Harvey Rutledge-larceny. The same for re?
sisting an officer. E. Klein and C. w. Townsend
thc same offence.
True odis were returned tn the following: Mary
Middleton, alias Forrest-assault and battery.
Wm. Hunt, the same. Jacob Comfort, Smart Por?
cher and Doctor Greene-grand larceny.
A SPLENDID SCCCESS AT TUB ACADEMY-TUE
OATES BCRLESQCE AND OPERATIC TROCPE.-The
reign or burlesque has " fairly begun. It was in?
augurated last night at the Academy of Music
with splendid success. Mrs. Oates' Burlesque and
Operatic Troupe ls certainly, beyond comparison,
the best appointed and most completely satisfac?
tory in its peculiar line that has ever appeared
npon Charleston boards. The company was evi?
dently taken upon trial last evening, but the cur?
tain had not been lifted for ten minutes before
the spontaneous responses of the crowded house
to the piquant attractions of the charming prima
donna and her brilliant band of followers, dem?
onstrated beyond all doubt the success of the en?
"The Field or the Cloth of Gold" has the usual
Bterary ind dramatic demerit or all the bur?
lesques we have ever seen; but, In the hands of
the present troupe, it has, with admirable taste,
been converted Into a grand musical spectacular
exhibition, gorgeous in costume and equipment,
richly diversified with comic and melodious inter?
ludes, and affording an opportunity for every
variety of high and pleasing entertainment. The
performance ls so nearly upon a level or excel
ence that it is hard to discriminate as to indi?
vidual merit. The voices are alt tolerably fair
Mrs. Oates' being the only one of real compass and
sweetness-and, though of no special merit in
solos, are harmonious and effective in chorus.
Mrs. Sheldon (Lady Constance) also deserves par?
ticular mention for her grace, beauty and spirit,
and Mr. Allen for his capital personation of Queen
Catherine. But the acting or the whole troupe
was above the average which we had been led
l>y previous experiences to expect.
Among the agreeable varieties of the evening
were thc really wonderful "Tumbieronic?le" per?
formances of Professor O'Reardon, which are
worth going specially to see; thc guitar solo and
bal'et dancing of Mr. Hernandez, whose form ls
more supple than an advocate's conscience, and
the amusing absurdities of thc mock-Japanese.
Altogether, wc can cordially recommend the
troupe as thc least objectionable and the most en?
tertaining which Charleston has yet been offered
in the musical-burlesque Hue. "The Field of the
Cloth of Gold" wili be repeated this evening with
the Introduction of many new Interludes. On
Wednesday night "The Daughter or the Regi?
ment" ls announced, to bc tollowed during the
week by various attractive novelties.
LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY.-The- anniversary of
Lincoln's birthday was celebrated yesterday by
the parade of the Scott Light Infantry and the
United Fire Company. Roth looked and dressed
well, and the martial bearing of the sable war?
riors was the admiration or the crowded side?
REAL ESTATE SALK.-Messrs. Lowndes &
Grintball sold yesterday, at thc old rostoillce, thc
large brick mansion on the west side ol Meeting
street, below thc Scotch Church, and known as
thc Allston House ror $19.000-one-quarter cash,
the balance one, two and th ree years.
This property is one or thc old landmarks or
Charleston, having been built by the ancestors or
the late owners, and furnished at a great ex?
pense. Its original cost in years gone by was
$60,000; but in the present depreciation or real es?
tate, the price Tor which lt was sold was at the
top or the market. It was purchased by a broker
of this city Tor a charitable purpose, but the ob?
ject is not known.
TUE CATHOLIC FAIR.-Though laboriug un?
der many disadvantages, and ticing compelled to
work both early and late, yet thc ladles and their
male assistants who had charge or the decora?
tions and arrangements succeeded in bringing
order out or-chaos, and have rendered this rair
in no wise inrcrlor to others that have been held
in the Hibernian Hall. Everything is very tastily
arranged-the evergreens forming wreaths, fos
toons and other ornaments that add to the beauty
or the scene and improve the appearance or cacti
table. Last night thc rair was attended by a
throng or both sexes-young and old, grave and
gay-who were passiug anil repassing. but who
could not escape the voice or thc charmer, and
their pockets foll a prey to the wiles that were
brought to bear upon them. Each table had much
that was attractive, and yet hard to describe, as
the stock In trade was so varied and comprised
so many articles whose use is known only to the
initiated, that we forbear the attempt.
On entering thc hall one or the first objects
descried is a miniature Academy or Mu-ic, very
prettily constructed, and a striking resemblance
to its great prototype. Tables Nos. 1 and S on the
north side are under the direction or Father
Schacte, and arc presided over by Mrs. Michel
and Mrs. Kennedy. Table No. 3, St. Joseph's
Church, ls under the charge or Mrs. Commins
and Miss Mary Kean. Table No. 4 is the grand
rallying point where tire good things of this Ufo
are rarnlshed for a rair exchange or greenbacks.
This table ls under the supervision or Miss Owens
and Mrs. Blcaise. A Jacob's well stands invitingly
near, tempting the weary to slake their thirst
with nectar served by blooming Hebes. It was
liberally patronized during the evening, and no
one grumbled at the small toll that was de?
On the opposite side ol the hall are an equal
number or tables, making eight in all. The Chapel
table ls devoted to refreshments, and has among
its ornaments two portraits or Fathers Qnigly aud
and Shadier. It is under the charge or the Misses
The next in order is thc table or Father Cro
ghan, who ls ably assisted by Mrs. Gannon. The
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society have the next,
which ls conducted by Misses Darcy and Burke.
The last, which is under thc charge or Mrs. John
Moran and Mrs. T. E. Hogan, has a picture o? the
late Father Fileon and the Pope.
The rair is not only highly creditable to those who
have originated lt, but adonis a ?lace or amuse?
ment and en rtaiument where a deserving char?
ity can be aided without thc giver fooling his loss.
Last night was hardly a good time for a critical
visit, as thc heat and burden or the day was hard?
ly over before the rair was opened. It will be
largely Improved to-night, and should have a large
The following ls a list or the prizes won last
evening: Wax fruit, Lizzie Mcrnaugh; fruit cake.
Mrs. J. Hallis; handsome ?Joli, E. R. Morris;
handsome tobacco pouch. Ellen Dougherty: silver
pitcher, Emily Burk: one pair vases, Michael
Bannon: chair cover, W. T. Little: one pair dogs
ind mats, Sophie Neumann; one pair mats,
Thomas Dougherty; one pair mats, Mrs. Shanna
ian; one handsome doll, Miss Mary Murray: one
>alr mats, Mrs. Conley; photograph of Arch
jlshop McCloskey, Mrs. Francis; one pair chiua
logs, Miss Bridget May: one pair mats. Miss
Annie May; one elegantly draped doll. Minnie
Dunning; one dozeu handkerchiefs, James E.
?orbit; one pair shoes. Miss Mary Bush; one
handsome doll, G. F. Babbage.
A STEAMER PARTS HER CABLE AND PRIKTS
TO SEA, WHERE SUE FOCNPEKS.-The Savannah
Advertiser of Sunday contains a statement of the
particulars, so far as ascertained, or the loss at
sea or the steamer Two Boys, with 409 bales or
cotton on board, she having been blown ott* by a
westerly gale after parting her cable, and is re?
ported to have sunk about forty miles from land :
The following are the Tacts In reforence to the
misfortune to the steamer Two Boys: She arrived
ar narien from Dublin on Monday night, the ?lh
Instant, at io o'clock, with a cargo or 456 bales or
upland cotton, everything being in good working
order. The steamer took in two cords or wood at
Danen and departed for Savannah at 12 M. same
day. The weather at the time was foggy-no
wind or sea. On thc following day, Tuesday, at
1:30 P. M., while crossiug Sapelo Sound, near
Black Bear Island, and abont a mlle from shore,
the engineer notified the captain that the steam?
er would have to be stopped, as the nipple
had been blown off the steam drum,'and at the
same time we observed a great escape ol' steam
under thc cabin floor. The captain ordered
the steamer's head to be put towards the sea,
when her rudder chain gave way. She was im?
mediately anchored after this lu three or live
fathoms of water, no sea or any consequence
running, wind blowing rrcsh Troin the west.
While her rudder chain was being repaired, she
dragged her anchor. More cable was given,
which checked her. She again commenced
dragging, and continued to do so until she was
ehecked thc second time, being stopped this
time about two" hundred foet rrom the shore.
Her head was then turned towards the beach.
About ten minutes arter this her cable parted.
Captain White theu ordered myseir, Pilot Bailey
and others to jump overboard with a hawser, and,
if possible, make lt last to the shore. She
was then lu about four foet or water. No
means or securing the hawser could tie found
exc.pt to a log or drirt wood, partially bound in
the sound. This proved insuttlclent, and the
steamer drifted off rrom the shore, due east, at
the rate or about five knots an hour. The party
ou shore, consisting of F. Shannon, mate; Thomas
Dickson and Elbert Baily, pilots; Jim Dawson,
steward; Adam and Wm." Berry. Daniel Turner,
and one deck hand-eight In all-was unable to
reach the steamer. The Two Boys remained in
view for about two Lours, and when last seen,
though endeavoring to make headway with her
steam, lt llnally gave out.
We remained on the beach from that time until
Friday morning, when we were taken off by Cap?
tain Thompson. From thence wc caine by the
Nick King to Savannah.
The partv had a hard time of lc on the Island,
rrom Tuesday till Friday, and prickly pears Butter?
ed much rrom the hungry ones, as did. indeed,
anything that could be round to sustain life.
LATER.-Captain Hernandez, of the pilot boat
Annie Sims, who arrived to day, reports the se?
quel to this statement, and lt Ls the latest yet
heard of the steamer. Captain Hernandez made
the following statement to us : That on Friday af
noou, at 2 o'clock, while he was lying off east of
Ty bee, bearing northwest, he made out an Ameri?
can bark, name unknown, bearing east by south,
standing In by thc wind, and flying her jack as if
a pilot was warned. He got alongside or her at
hair-past seven o'clock that evening, and
asked the captain if he wanted a pilot.
The latter replied no, but said that he
had the crew of the sunken steamer Two Boys
onboard; that she was sunk in twenty fathoms
or water. He asked me ir I would take the crew
on board to Savannah. I told him that I would,
but, as there was a schooner-the Althea Frank?
lin-a fow rods astern at the time, I told the cap?
tain that as soon as I spoke thc Franklin 1 would
return and take the crew. Went to the schooner,
and the captain ol ker refused the usc of a pilot.
I immediately tacked and stood for the bark; set
our lights and she stood tn the wind. I chased
her an hour aud a hair, and then gave lt np. Thc
bark was bound to Doboy or Brunswick.
The schooner Althea arrived in port yesterday
with thirty bales or cotton that she hud picked up
near the point or the disaster, which is located
about fortv miles out irora land and southeast
rrom Tybe'e, between there and Sapelo. The Al?
thea reported that a large steamer was among
the great mass or floating bales and was rast
picking them up. The unknown bark had thirty
three bales on board. Under thc " circumstances,
perhaps much or the valuable cargo will be
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHE s.-"Your
troches are too well and favorably known to
need commendation."-Hon. Chas. P. Phelps,
President Massachusetts Senate. "My commu?
nication with thc world has been very much en?
larged by the lozeugc which I now carry always
in my pocket; that trouble in my throat (for
which the troches arc a speedie) having made me
orten a mere whisperer.'*-N. P. Willis. For sale
by Dowie, Moise A Davis.
CHARLESTON BOARD OK TRADE.-At half-past
1 o'clock, yesterday, a special meeting was held,
to make arrangements for attending thc funeral
of thelate president, Henry Cobia, Esq.
Vice-president A. H. Hayden explained the ob?
ject of the meeting, and that the board would bo
pleased to hear any remarks on the subject.
George A. Trenholm, Esq.. said, that the an?
nouncement just made to the meeting conveyed
mournful intelligence, which, although known to
all before, still was proper to bc made herc to
this body-to show the respect due to its late pre?
sident, and give melancholy proofs of its attach?
ment to thc departed. There are many, he said,
who stood- in closer relation, commercially and
socially, to the deceased, but few knew him ear?
lier. Very carly in life he worshipped in the same
church of which Mr. Cobla had remained a mem?
ber through life. He knew him when he first
commenced business as a merchant. He began
with those indispensable requisites to success
genius and Integrity. He had thc genius or In?
dustry, aud Integrity of character. He was not
ambitious of public distinction-never sought
oillce for Its honon or emoluments. Bat when
entrusted with its duties, none discharged them
with more fidelity or more zeal than he. This
board has sustained a great loss; our communi?
ty Las sustained a great loss, and it behooves this
board to testify its appreciation of the worth and
character of thc deceased in a suitable manner.
This is not thc occasion for an extended eulogy.
Other persons better qualified thoo himself would
discharge thc mournfully pleasing duty of testify?
ing in a proper manner to the many virtues and
excellencies of character of the deceased. He said
he had only risen to present the following resolu?
Resolceii, That this meeting has heard with pro
round regret thc sad intelligence of thc death of
Mr. Henry Cobia, the late president of this socle! v,
the "Charleston Board ot Trade."
Resolved, That thc funeral services being ap?
pointed for 3 o'clock this afternoon, the members
of the Board of Trade will attend ina body asa
mark of respect for his memory, and In evidence
of the sense they entertained of lils worth.
W. H. Hastie, Esq., seconded the resolution,
and made a few suitable remarks, stating that
our deceased friend had been taken from
us in thc zenith of his usefulness; that he needed
no better eulogy than thc numerous positions of
public trust which he had so long and so satis?
The resolution was unanimously adopted.
H. H. DeLeon, Esq., moved that when thc
board adjourned, Its members go at once In a
body to the residence of the deceased, and from
there to the church.
On motion, the board then adjourned.
Hotel Arrivals-February 14.
F. W. Stark, New York; General Wm. Win?
der, Philadelphia; E. W. Loyd, Florence; George
Low rey, Darlington; Mrs. II. Blaylock, Philadel?
phia: Harris Covington, Bennettsvillc: E. G.
McClure, Chester; A. Ramsey, Edgefleld; A. D.
Goodwin, Fort Motte.
Captain Wells, city; J. H. Clarke, Darlington;
W. Singleton, South Carolina; J. J. Westervelt
and J. A. Quinn, New York; E. B. C. Cash. G. M.
McCown and A. J. Pierce, South Carolina: M. W.
Felder, G. W. Turnor, J. Walker and L. L. Rice,
Barnwell; I. S. Bamberg, -Bamberg; J. T. Eich
burg. Kew York; L. Dantzlcr, St. Matthews; R. J.
Kelly, Wlnnsboro'; J. W. Anderson. Covington,
Ga.; C. F. Mathews, Savannah; W. X. Jones,
Thomas Wlthey and lady, Wisconsin; C. H. Don
nelr, Keir York; Mr. and Mrs. Withers, Boston:
Robert Lyon, Mrs. Richard Lyon and daughter.
Xcw Jersey; W. A. Ilildrcth, Liverpool; H. A.
Templeton, Philadelphia; T. X. McGregor, Green?
ock; C. B. Monteith and lady, Baltimore; S. Flan?
nigan, C. L. Flaunlgan, Philadelphia; J. G. Pier?
son, J. X. Tremain, W. J. Chatham and wife, Xew
York; Dr. A. G. Mackey, South Carolina; H. G.
Bridges, Xcw York; T. Buhl and wife, Mrs. C. H.
Buhl, Miss Freddie Buhl, Mls3 Ida Buhl, Detroit:
Wm. McKee. Robert Suoddy, Scotland; J. Wright*
John King, Edlsto; Mr. Smith, M. Johns.Edwin L.
Taxing City Stock.
CHARLESTON, February M.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
SIR: On your to-day's editorial, -Is it Repu?
diation," I respectfully suggest that a meeting
should be called together of all those Interested
pecuniarily, and interested by their honest sense
of right and wrong.
Most respectfully, yours.
XON QUS SED QUID DIX ET.
AUCTION NOTICE.-Z. B. Oakes, auctioneer,
will sell this duy, at ll o'clock, that handsome
Iron front building, Xo. 54 Broad street; and
$16,000 City of Savannah 7 per cent, bouds.
LADIES, have you seen that nico note paper
at the Hasel street Bazaar, price 25 cents for two
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
Ber you i new novels at thc Hasel street
DOUBLED TUE YIEED.-"Rust has injured
my cotton but very little, while others-are com?
plaining a great deal who used the Wando."
DEAN SWAMP, S. C., September 23,1S09.
Messrs. Kinsman it Howell:
Sins-I received yours of the 1st "Instant, and
learning from Its contents tba"; you wished to
know the cifect of your lime on my crop, I can
say, with coulidence, after applying the lime to
the same land that I had planted last year with?
out any manure at all, that it will yield double
the quantity per acre of cotton and corn t han lt
did last year, although I cannot tell exactly what
lt would have done If we could have had a good
season, but we have suffered a great deal for rain.
Thc rust has Injured my cotton but very little,
while others are complaining a great deal who
used the Wando. I planted my cotton about two
weeks later than those that used the Wando, and
minc has opened as soon as their's, but lt may lie
owing to the dry weather which wc hore had now
ror several weeks. I hepc this will he satisfactory ;.
if not, write, and I will give you all that ls in my
power. I would like to hear from you when you
get thi"-. Yours, ftc,
(Signed) _ _J. E. GARVIN.
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we will send *1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
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?3* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER MA?
RYLAND, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that
she is Tnis DAY discharging Cargo at Pier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wliarr at Consignees' risk.
rebl? 2_MORDECAI A CO., Agents.
^.CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION", from New York, arc notified that
she ls discharging Cargo at Adger's South Wharf.
Goods uncalled for at sunset win remain on the
wharf at owners" risk. JAS. ADGER & CO.,
?S3-AT THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY
of thc UNITED FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, held
on Monday, the 14th instant, the following ofll
cers were elected for the ensuing year:
H. LARCOMB, President.
F. BURNOW, vice-President.
J. H. STEWART, Secretary.
E. P. N. MARTIN. Treasurer.
J. FRAZER, First Director.
M. PINCKNEY, Second Director.
B. F. SMALLS, Tldrd Director.
E. ri NCR NET, Fourth Director.
JAMES SNIPES, First Axraan.
-, Second Axniau. ?
P. JONES, Engineer.
B. BRIGHTMAN, Steward.
P. A. GREEN. Hallkeepcr._fehij i
pB" HAVING'BEEN APPOINTED
Proxy of Hon. W. S. GARDNER, of Massachu?
setts, Grand Master of Knights Templar of tho
United Stntes, to reorganize South Carolina Com?
mander)*, No. 1,1 summon the members of said
Commandery to meet at the Masonic Hall, lu
Charleston, on TI'ESDAY EVENING, 15th instant,
at 0 o'clock P. M., to reorganize and elect ofllccrs.
feb- A-13_HENRY BUIST.
,-^NOTICEOFCITY TAX RETURNS
OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.-OFFICE
OF CITY APPRAISER-CITY" HALL, CHARLES?
TON, FEBRUARY 12, 1S70.-Notice is hereby re?
spectfully given to all concerned that blank forms
of returns for Real and Personal Property for
this year will be ready for distribution at this
otllce, on and after MONDAY, the l-Jtli Instant, and
that by ordinance said returns must be filled out
and returned to this otllce on or l>eforc the 20th
instant, after which time the ordinance prohibits
the Appraiser lu receiving any return, but as In
default. P. J. COOGAN, City Appraiser.
EXTRACTS FROM ORDINANCE. rcDLisnED FOR 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 of Feb?
ruary, make out aud deliver to the City Appraiser
A statement, verified by lils oath, of all the real
ami personal property possessed by him, or un?
der lils control, on the first day of January or that
year, cither as owner, agent, parent, husband,
guardian, executor, administrator, trustee, re?
ceiver, olllccr, partner, factor, or holder, with thc
value of sahl personal property at the place of re?
turn, estimating according to the rules prescribed
by this ordinance, which statement shall set rorth:
1. All real property.
2. The ntimiicr or horses and their value.
3. The uuinber or neat cuttle and their value.
4. Thc number or mules aud asses and their
5. Thc number or sheep, goats and their value,
o. The number or hogs and their value.
7. The value or gold aud silver plate aud num?
ber or gold and uiver watches and their value.
S. The number or plano rortes, mclodeons, cab?
inet organs and ; heir value.
0. The number or carnages, wagons, dravs or
10. The value ot goods, merchandise, monies
ami credit? pertaining to lils business as u mer?
11. The value of materials received, used, or
provided to be used, m his business as a manu?
12. Thc value or machinery, engines, tools, fix?
tures and Implements used or provided for lils
use in his business as a manuracturcr. and or all
manufactured articles on hand one year or more.
13. Thc value or moules, including bank bills
and circulating notes.
14. The value or all credits.
15. Thc value or investments in stocks and
bonds or any company or corporation out or this
city, except national banks.
H.. Tlie value or all Investments in bonds and
stocks, except bonds or the United States and
this State aud city expressly exempt rrom taxa?
tion by the law under which they were issued.
17. Tus value or all other propertv or whatever
SEC. 22. All companies and corporations,
whether organized under the laws or this State or
not. thc manlier or listing whose personal prop?
erty ls not otherwise speclilcally provided Tor by?
law, shan list ror taxation all their personal
property aud effects at tlie .same time, man?
ner and place as individuals are required to list
similar property and effects for taxation.
SEC. 34. Any person claiming not to have any
property, shall, upon demand or the City Ap?
praiser, make oath to the tact that he has no
property, and ir he reruse to make such oath, he
sha:: bc subject to a penalty or nrty dollars and
costs of prosecution.
SEC. 45. ir thc city Appraiser shall suspect or
be Informed that any person or persons, corpora?
tion or company, has evaded making a return, or
maile a raise return or lils, her, or their personal
property ror taxat ion, or have or has not made a
a rmi return, or that thc valuation returned is
less than lt should have been according to thc
rules prescribed by this ordinance, it shall tic his
duty, at any time before the settlement with the
Treasurer r?r the year, to notify such party to ap?
pear before him al his otllce, at a lime fixed In
said notice, together with such other person or
persons as said City Appraiser may desire to ex?
amine, and the party, together with any witness
called, shall be examined by said City Appraiser,
under oath, (which oath said City Appraiser ls
authorized to administer,) touching thc personal
property and the value thereor or such party, and
everything which may tend to evince the true
atnouut such party should have returned ror tax?
ation. _fcl>12 3
- /SJ-WHAT DOES REASON SAY?
The little mongoose when bitten by a deadly ser?
pent resorts to a certain plant, cats or lt, and es?
capes the effect or thc poison. That is instinct.
Human beings, on the other hand, must depend
on reason and experience In selecting the means
or protecting health and lire against unwhole?
some Inlllienccs. Now, what docs resou say ou
this vital subject? Docs it not tells us that to In?
vigorate and purify the system ls the best way to
protect it against the invisible poison which
generates disease? Surely lt docs. The next
question is, what guide shall we follow In choos?
ing a medicinal safeguard ! Reason replies, let
your monitor be experience. Well, the experi?
ence or eighteen years comprised In one unbroken
series of satisfactory testimonials assures us that
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS posesscs
strengthening, regulating and antiseptic proper?
ties which are not combined in the same happy
proportious lu any other preparation extant.
This, therefore, ls thc antidote to which reason
bids us resort when our health ls Imperilled
either by the malaria which produces epidemic
disorders, or by any other cause, whether inhe?
rent and constitutional, or connected with our
habits, occupations and pursuits.
The venom of noxious reptiles ls scarcely more
subtle and dangerous than that which lurks In
Toni airand Impure water. To escape thc revers,
bilious disorders, disturbances of the bowels nr.d
other serious maladies produced by these Insalu?
brious elements, it is absolutely necessary that
the stomach and all the secretive organs should
be. so to speak, In a robust condition. Upon the
amount of resistance which thc vital system can
oppose to the deleterious influences that assail it,
the safety of the health depends, and it is because
the CHEAT VEGETABLE ISVIOORASTimparts energy
and regularity to the most Important functions
or the body, that it can be recommended and
guaranteed as au invaluable preventive medi?
?Sf "WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays Tor Young Men, on the honor
and happiness or Marriage, and thc evils and dan?
gers or Celibacy, with sanitary help ror the at?
tainment or man's true position in lire. Sent Tree
In scaled envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
pif TO PRINTERS.-IF YOU WANT
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print?
ing Material, Bindiug, Ruling aud Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY", No. 155 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
P&-KO CURE, NO PAY. -FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAR for Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis. Sore Throat, Spitting
of Blood and Lung Diseases. Immediate relief
aud positive cure, or price refunded. 35 cents.
N. B.-The genuine article has yellow labels,
with white, unprinted wrapper.
Sold by G. W. AlMAll, Agent,
Corner King and Yanderuorst streets.
Unction Salea-aijis fltorj.
By W. Y. LEITGH & R. S. BRUNS,
UN DEE DECREE IN EQUITY.
Falk vs. Jacobi, Administratrix, ct al.
THIS DAY, the 15th February, will be sold,
at ll o'clock A. M., near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the west side
or King street, a few doors south of Bcaufain
streer; measuring In front on said street 30 feet,
more or less: on thc back line 27 reet 10 inches,
more or less: and on the north aud south lines
153reet 6 inches each, more or less; there being
an angle in the north line at the northwest cor?
ner or the brick store. Bounding east on King
street, south on Land or Mrs. Vogel, west on
Land or John Slegling, and north on Land or
John Sicgling and J. S. Bird. With the Lot ls In?
cluded in the sale thc walls, bricks and materials
of the building and outbuildings, partially de?
stroyed by lire, as they now stand.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate lu St. Philip street, Upper Wards.
Bounding north on Land or Jas. Adger, east
on Land of Mary Campbell, south on Land ot
Bobt. Wing, and west on St. Phillp street; mea?
suring 50 feet on the north line, 54 feet on the
south line, ami 25 feet on the cast and west lines
each, be thc said dimensions more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal
successive annual lustalmentsfwithInterest from
the day of sale, payable annually; the buildings
on the St. Philip streer Lot to be lnsnred and the
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. J. w. GRAY.
feb 15 _Sp'cial Referee.
By W. ?. LEITCH & lt. S. BRUNS,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
McDowell vs. Whilden.
TUFS DAY, the 15th day of February, at ll
o'clock, will be sohl near the Old Customhouse.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the comfortable
two-story Wooden Dwelling and outbuildings
thereon, situate in Wragg's Square, and fronting
on the Park or the Second Presbyterian Church,
measuring in front 34 feet 8 inches, and in depth
loo feet, be the same more or less; bounding north
on Lauds of w. II. Houston, south on Wragg's
Square, west on Land now or late of N. Hey wanL
ami cast on Lands of Otto Cook.
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond or thc purchaser,
bearing Interest rroiu thc day or sale, at thc rate
or 7 per cent, per annum, and mortgage or thc
property: thc premises io bc insured and the
pollcv assigned to the Referee. Purchaser to pay
for stamps and papers.
JAMES W. GRAY,
fehl 5_Special Referee.
By Z. B. OAKES.
CITY OF SAVANNA'S SEVEN PER
. CENT. BONDS.
Will be sold TniS DAY, the 15th tnstant, at
the Old Postofllce, at ll o'clock, in amounts
to suit purchasers,
Sio.ooo City otSavannah Seven per Cent. COU?
PON BONDS. $500 each. Interest July and Janu?
By Z. B, OAKES.
SPLENDID IRON FRONT BUILDING,
No. 54 Broad street,?ear Church.
Will bc sohl THIS DAY. loth Instant, at the
Old Postoince. at ll o'clock.
That splendid ntoilcrn-bullt Thrcc-story IRON
FRONT BUILDING, No. 54, north side of Broad
street, the lower part occupied by Messrs. W. B.
Heriot & Co., Insurance Agents, and thc upper
part, by the New York Life Insurance Company.
Together with the Lease of the Lot upon which
thc Building stands, having three years to run
from 10th March, 1870, at a ground rent ol $3oo
per annum and taxes, with thc privilege ora re?
newal or thc Lease for an additional term of three
years, at. $400 per annum ami taxes. At the ex?
piration or the Lea*e the Buildings and improve?
ments are to bc paid lor in cash by thc owners or |
the Lot. at a valuation to be placed upon them by
disinterested appraisers. *
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers
ami stamps. febl.l
By R. 31. MARSHALL & BRO.
SALE OF IMPORTED PLANTS, TREES,
Will he. sold at No. in? King street, THIS
DAY, 15th insiant, at ll o'clock,
Thc above Stock, just Imported from France,
consisting or JAPONICAS. Magnolias, Rododen
ilrous, Azalias, Peonies. 250 new Rose Trees, Fruit
Trees, viz: Pears, Apples. Cherries, Plums, Chest?
nuts, A variety or Flower Bulbs and Seeds.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED ASSORTED
Peach Trees at Auction.
THIS DAY, at No. lf>5 King street, near Clifford
street. Immediately after thc sale of imported
The above TREES, from the celebrated Nursery
Farm or John Perkins, Morristown, N. J.
By JEFFORDS & CO.
DAMAGED COFFEE AND FLOUR.
Will be sohl THIS DAY, In front of our
Stores, at hall-pnsi 8 o'clock.
12 sucks COFFEE
2 bbls. Flour.
Damaged on voyage from New York to this
port, and sold on account of underwriters aud
By JEFFORDS & CO.
Will lie sohl THIS DAY, In front of our
stores, at hair-past 0 o'clock.
17 bags Damaged CORN.
Br JOHN (J. MILXOR & CO.
FINE SPANISH CIGARS, ON ACCOUNT
or underwriters and all concerned. AliO,
Dry Goods and Sundries.
THIS DAY, 15th instant, at hair-past 10 o'clock,
we will sell at oar Auction Store, No. 135 Meeting
street, on ncnount or underwriters and all con?
cerned, slightly damaged on voyage or Importa?
3OO0 "Urauia" CIGARS
1000 "Grande" Duchesse.
Also, a general assortment of desirable Dry
SATINETS, Cottonades, Bleached and Brown
Sinning, Fancy and Mourning Prints, Gray Un?
dershirts, Kentucky Jeans, Blue Plaids, White
Hose. Brown aud Mixed Half Hose, Men's L. C.
llatKli'erchiafs, Table Covers. Balmoral Skirts,
White Tucked Skirts, Black Felt aud Wool Hats,
Men's Caps and Sundries.
Conditions cash. . febl5
B y LAUREr & ALEXANDER.
SHOULDERS, HAMS, STRIPS,
THIS DAY. the 15th iustaut, will be sold in our
Store, at 10 o'clock,
300 Bright SHOULDERS
150 Sugar-Cured Hams
soo Sugar-Cured sn ips and Bellies
75 bbls. Peach-Blow Potatoes.
AM), OS' ACCOUNT OK ALL COSCEUSED,
00 sacks CORN, slightly damaged.
By RIECKE & SHACHTE.
SHOULDERS, HAMS, STRIPS, BUTTER,
Will sell THIS DAY, before their Stores. Nos.
21 and 23 Vendue Range, at hulf-past 0 o'clock
1000 lbs. Bacon SHOULDERS
1500 lbs. Bacon Hams
2000 lbs. Bacon Strips
25 tubs Butter
30 boxes Factory and O. C. Cheese
1 bbl. llottlc Corks
250 lbs. Western Meat Bolognas
50 roams Ilrown Wrapping Paper, Ac, Ac.
By WM. McKAY.
SPECIAL SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FUR?
NITURE, Linen Sheets. Pillow Cases, Platcd
ware, Feather Beds, Crockery and Glassware,
THIS DAY (Tuesday) at No. 136 Meeting street,
at lo o'clock. febl?
E W BUSINESS
THOMAS P. SMITH,
(Late Naylor, Smith A Co.)
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION MER?
No. 10 Boyce & Co.'s Wharf,
Solicits consignments of Cotton, Rice and
N. li.-GEORGE W. Mi IVER is connected with
the business, and hopes, by faithful attention to
the Interests or his friends, to secure a portion of
their favors. _rebll tuthslmo
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 48 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, S. C.
Stocks. Bonds and Gold bought, carried am
sold short in New York City.
Particular attention paid to the purchase an.
sale or aU kinds of Southern Securities.
ILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will atteud to the Purchase. Sale and Shipmen!
ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON,
RICE, LUMBER aud NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A- Oaisoui.
Unction SoUs-^?H?nre flDatjs.
By W. Y. LEITCH ft^?TTSTBJSD?S^
FEQUITY. -BLACKWELL ET AL, VS.
HAMLIN, et al. At Auction.
The undersigned, by order made In the above
entitled cause, will sell at public outcrv on TH URS
DAY, the 17th February, at ll o'clock, A. M., at
the Old Postofllce,
All that LOT OF LAND with the residence thereon
situated on the west side of Gadsden street, city
of Charleston, bounded north by lands or late
Philip Moore. Measuring in depth one hundred
and twenty reef, and in width one hundred and
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, credit portion to be secured bj bond or
bonds or purchaser, with interest payable annu?
ally and mortgage or the premises; buildings to
be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to?
pay Itereree Tor papers and stamps.
The property can be treated for at Private Sale.
feb3 thtu5_Spacial Referee.
By TVARDLAW & CAREW.
SALE BY TRUSTEES, UNDER AU?
THORITY or thc Court or Equity-Exten?
sive and Valuable Property.
Will be sold at ll o'clock A. M.. on THURSDAY,
.21th Instant, in front or the Old Postofllce,
That elegaut HOUSE AND GROUNDS, situate in
Hampstead, at the corner ol Drake and Blake
streets. Thc Lot measures four hundred (400) foet
on Blake street, by about two hundred and eighty
(2S0) feet in depth on Blake street, from west to
east toiBay street.
On the premises are an elegant Mansion or mod?
ern style and finish, containing twelve large
rooms, with double piazzas on thc south, com?
manding a fine view or the bay and harbor, with
all necessary outbuildings, such as kitchen, con?
servatory, stables, Ac. In addition to the above,
there ls a commodious Dwelling on the northeast
corner ol thc Lot.
This property will bc offered first, as a whole,
but on failure to Und a purchaser, will be sold in
parcels as follows:
1. One Lot on which thc Dwelling and Build?
ings are situated, measuring two hundred and
twenty (220) foet front from north to south on
Drake street, by about two hundred and eighty
(2S0) feet deep from west to cast on Blake street,
to the Bay.
2. one Lot next sonth or the above, sixty (60)
feet front on Drake street, by the depth or the Lot
from west to east f? the Bay, say two hundred
and eighty (280) feet.
3. One Lot next south or thc above, sixty (>30)
feet front on Drake street, by thc depth or the Lot
from wost to east to thc Dav, suv two hundred
and eighty (2S0) feet.
4. "One Lot next south or the above, sixty (00)
foet on Drake street, by the depth or the Lot from
west to east to the Bay, say two hundred and
eighty (280) feet.
. A body or MARSH LAND, east side or Bay
street, separated from the above property by Bay
street, embracing six hundred (COO) feet from
non li to south, by three hundred (300) foot from
cast to west, on the west side or the Northeastern
Another body or Marsh Land lying east or said
road, containing - feet.
Terms-One-third cash; thc balance In one, two
and three years, with interest at 10 per cent, per
annum. Purchasers to pay W. Sc C. for papers
and stamps. febS tustuth
ADAMS, DAMON & CO., 16 BROAD ST.,
Dealers in Stoves, Ranges, Grates, Ac. Agents
lor thc Automatic Washing Machine and Wringer.
AIMAR. G. W.-CHOICE DRU?S, CHE?
MICALS. Surgical instruments, Perrumerles
und Toilet Articles, 409 King, cor. Vanderhorst st.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, 363 KING ST.,
Wholesale and Retail Notions and Fancy
Goods, so per cent, less thati elsewhere.
ALLAN, JAMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry. Sterling Silver, Platedware, Spec?
tacles, Fancy Goods, Ac. No. 307 King street.
BAZAAR. F. VON SANTEN, IMPORT?
ER or Paris Fancy Goods, Toys, Freuch Con?
fectionery.India Rubber Goods Ac. No. '220 King st.
CHAPIN & CO.. L., MANUFACTURERS
and Dealers in Carriages, Harness, Ac,, 20
Payne. A 33A35I'inck:icy st.: also, 193 Meeting st.
C10RWIN & CO., WM. S., IMPORTERS
I and Dealers In Colee Whines, Brandies, Teas
and Groceries, Wholesale and Retail* 275 King st.
CH AFEE & CO., WM. H., WHOLE?
SALE Dealers In Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
Ac; Agetits for Exton's Crackers, 207 East Bay.
ClIAFEE'S TONIC, THE BEST AND
most pleasant Stomach Regulator extant.
Chafec A Co.. No. 207 East Bay. Manufacturers.
DUVAL & SON, J. B., MANUFACTUR?
ERS or Tinware, Dealers In Stoves. Htwse
Furnishing Goods, Ac. 337 Klug st._
EASON IRON WORKS. ESTABLISHED
iv.*. Koa ?mu mid Culuiiibus streets: Steam
Engines. Marine. Portable and Stationery. Boilers.
OLLIN, G.. TOBACCO COMMISSION
Merchant, Manufacturers' Agent for the
sale or Standard Brands. No. 151 East Bay.
FURNITURE WAREROOMS, ESTAB?
LISHED 1S3S. D. IL Sllcox, Nos. 175,177 and
170 King st. Goods carefully packed and shipped.
GURNEY. WM., FACTOR AND COMMIS
SION Merchant, 102 East Bay, and l Accom?
p OUTEVENIER BROS., (SUCCESSORS
VX to A. Hiing.) dealers In Millinery, Fancy
Goods. Toys, China, Glassware, Ac, 237 King st.
HENERBY. WM. S., 314 MEETING ST.,
Machinist and Founder, Manufacturer of
Engines, and improved Agricultural Implements.
KINSMAN A HOWELL, GENERAL
Commission Merchants, and Agents for
Mapca' Superphosphate or Lime, No. 12? East Bay.
LA CRIOLLA.-JOSE JARA, IMPOR
TEtt and Manufacturer or Havana Cigars,
Wholesale ami Retail, cor. Meeting and Market sts.
LITTLE & CO., GEO., 213 KING ST.,
sell thc cheapest and best Clothing and Fur
nls'ilng Goods In charleston._
MARBLE WORKS.-THE OLD ESTAB?
LISHMENT. E. R. WHITE, Proprietor, 119
Meeting st., next old Theatre lot.
MATTHIESSEN, WM., STAR SHIRT
Emporium and Fine Clothing and Tailoring
House, Oents' Furnishing Goods, 291 King st.
?TEUF VILLE, B. K., BLANK BOOK
^| Manufacturer, Job Printer and Stationer, 9
Broad st. Magazines. Ac, bound lu all styles.
.vroAirs ARK.-WM. MCLEAN, JOBBER
XI and Dealer In Toys, Fancy Goods. Show Ca?
ses. Stamping A Pinking a specialty; 433 King st.
PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC STORE,
191 King St.. /OGBAUM, YOUNG A CO.,
Agents for Knabe A Co. and Dunham A Sous.
PHONIX IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
1S44, John F. Taylor A Co., Engineers and
Boilermakers, 4, 6, S, io and 12 Pritchard st.
PERRY, EDWARD, 155 MEETING ST.,
Printer, Stationer, and dealer lu Blank,
School and Law Books._
STOLL, WEBB & CO., WHOLESALE
and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, No. 289 King
street, three doors below Wentworth._
SCOTTS' STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
and Gents' Furnishing Room. Meeting st. op
poslte Market Hall. Agent for the Champion Brace.
SPEAR, JAMESE., 235KLNGST., OPPO
slte RascI, Importer and Dealer In Fine Watch?
es, Jewelry, Sliver, Platedware, Fancy Goods. Ac.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN TEA nOUSE.
WM. S. CORWIN Sc CO., 275 King st., branch
House nf POO Broadway, New York._
TJrEHrl, WM. L., IMPORTER OF .CIII
W NA, Glass and Earthenware, 128 Meeting
-\T7-L1IL1)EN& C?., WATCHES, JEWEL
VV rv and Silverware, 255 King st. Crockery
and Glnssware et Wholesale, Nu. 137 MeetliiT.*..
J P. MOODIE,
COLLECTOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 20 Bito.vD STU EKT,
Charleston, S. C.
Will attend to the RENTING OF HOUSES, Col
loci lon or Rents, Accounts Ac
Refers io Messrs. Gourdin, Matthlessen A Co.,
J C Cochran, Esq., Dr. T. L. Ogler A Son. Messrs.
Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Thomas' R. Waring, Esq.,
Messrs. W. B. Williams Sc Sou.
TONE Y ? LOWNDES,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THEODORE STONNY. HENRY D. LOWNDES.
jane thstuSmos _
HAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
apriU4 No. 31 Broad street, (up stairs.)
^ftnrtitm Sales~-$nture ?Darj0.
Br A. C. McGIXEITBAY,
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. .
U Tapper, et al. vs. Eliza Shingler, et aL
Will be sold In fron t of the Old Custom Iionse, OK *
TUESDAY, the 8th day of March next, at ll
o'clock A. M.. '
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the three Briet
Tenements thereon, situate on the sooth side
or Princess street, in the City of Charleston, and
known by the numbers 1, 3 and 5, measuring aid
containing In front on Princess street_feet.
on the south linc - reet, on tho east line --
feet, on the west line - feet; butting an?
bounding north on Princess street, south on_.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and
two years, secured by bond of the purchaser,
with interest from day of sale, payable semi-an?
nually, and mortgage of premises. Premises to
be Insured and kept insured and the policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
feblS tu4_E. W. M. MACKEY, S. 0. C.
A. C. MoGLLLIYRAY,
UNDER DE CREE IN EQUITY.
Furmau & Spratt vs. George Corker,
wm be sold on TUESDAY, tte 8th day of March,
1870, in front of thc Old Customhouse, at lt
o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, known on a Plat of
Gadsden's Lands, divided by R. K. Payne, Sur?
veyor, In 1842, as Lot No. 115, on Chestnut street,
measuring 45 feet front, b>loo feet In depth.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Furman & Spratt vs. E. J. Klngnan.
Will be sold in front of the Old Customhouse, oa
TUESDAY, the 8th day of March next, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All those three LOTS OF LAND, known on the
plat of Gadsden's Lands, divided by R. K. Payne
in 1842, as Lots Nos. 251, 252 and 253, on Robert's
Court, each measuring la front 35 feet 8 Inches bj
115 feet la depth,-more or less.
Those three LOTS OF LAND, known on said
plat by the Nos. 266,267 and 268 on Norman street,
each measuring 40 feet front by 100 feet in depth.
The LOT OF LAND known as No. 260 on said
plat, In-street, measuring 35 feet front by
115 feet lu depth.
Terms cash. Purchasers to par for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
. feb!5 tn4 _'
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Susan Porcher, Executrix, vs. William
Will bc sold on TUESDAY, the 8th day of March
next, In front of the Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All that TRACT OF LAND situate on the east
side of the public road from Charleston to Goose
Creek, and between the Northeastern Railroad
and Cooper River, la the County of Charleston,
and known as the "Marshall Tract ? and con?
taining 243 acres, more or less. Butting and
bounding north on Lands of Henry M. Manl
gault; easton Cooper River, and Lands of Dr. F.
r. Porcher; south pn Lands of F. Y. Porcher, and
west by the Northeastern Railroad.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years with Interest from day of sale, payable
semi-annually and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
feb!5 tn4_E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Balley, et al, vs. Whaley, et al.
Will be sold on the 22d day of February instant,
lu front of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate on Wadmalaw Island, in Charleston Coun?
ty, measuring and containing 200 acres, more or
less; butting and bounding north on Wadmalaw
Sound, south on Lands ol Joseph S. Whaley, east
on Lands or George Scharlock, and west on Lands
of Edward LaRoche.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, with Interest from day of
sale, secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY.
febl tu4_S. C. O.
Br J. S. RYAN.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. ?
Anne E. Earle va. Julia Earle, et aL .
On THURSDAY, the 17th of February next, w?l
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 6 Inches front on Anson street,
193 feet 6 Inches on the north Une, 20 reet 6 inches
on the west linc, and 183 feet on the south Une,
be nie same more or less, with thc Buildings
thereon, couslstlug of a two-story Frame House
and a one-story shed-room; bounding on the north,
by Lot No. 2, cast by Anson street, west on Lot
No. 5, and south by Lands of sundry persons, ac?
cording to a plat of Burvey made by Charles
Parker, City Surveyor, dated 1st February, 1854,
on winch plat said Lot of Land is designated as
Lot No. 1.
All that LOT OF LAND, next adjoining to the
north, with the Buildings thereon, measuring 32
feet 6 Inches front on Anson street, 204 feet on
north line, on the west line 29a feet, and 193 feet
0 Inches on the south line, be the same more or
less; bounding 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 the buildings there?
on, situate south side of Calhoun street, measur?
ing in front 40 feet, and on thc rear 50 feet, by 109
feet In depth on the east, and 202 feet on the west
Hue. designated in plat above mentioned by the
No. 3, be the same more or less. 'm
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the south side
of Calhoun street, in the City of Charleston, meas?
uring in front and rear 43 by 202 feet in depth on
the east line, and 205 on west line, designated on
above mentioned plat by thc No. 4, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with Buildings thereon,
consisting of 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 the west linc, fronting on Calhoun street.
ThLs property ls known ns Mills' Row, designated
as Lot No. 6 on plat as stated above, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with thc buildings there?
on, consisting or a two story Frame Building,
with double piazzas, at thc south and west, and
a two story Wooden Building next adjoining; a
two storv Brick House, and a brick range of
kitchens, one story high. These buildings are all
upon the extreme back Hue, having a fine view
from the south and west, situate south sid? of
Calhoun street; measuring in front 40 feet 6
inches, in the rear 34 feet, by 203 feet 6 Inches In
depth on the cast line, aud 217 feet on the west
line, designated on thc above plat by thc No. 6,
be thc same more or less.
All that Lot of Land, with Buildings thereon,
consisting of a two story Wooden House, with
piazza to the south; a two story Brick House
immediately adjoining on thc back Une, and a
two story kitchen lu the rear, situate on the
south side of Calhoun street; measuring In front
36 feet, and In rear 36 feet 6 Inches, by 217 feet 6
inches on thc east line, and 218 feet on the west
line, known in above plat as No. s, bc the same
more or less.
All that LOT on thc south side of Calhoun street,
measuring In trout 36 feet, lu Hie rear 35 feet, by
218 reet In depth on thc cast, and 219 feet on tho
west Hue, and desl?uated ou said plat by the >o.
9, bc the same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND on Cove street, SuUi
T.Tins-One-third cash: balance on a credit of
one and two years, to bc secured by bond or
bond* bearing" Interest, payable annually, and
mortgage or the premises. Buildings to be in?
sure.! and policies o-ssigued. Purchasers to pay
for papers and stamps. A piai or me above men?
tioned Lots may be seen at my office. '1
JAMES W. GRAY,
jan29 stuthO_Special Referee.
By N. A. HUNT,
By permission of the court or Probate, I
will sell on SATURDAY, the 20th Fcburary, at IO
o'clock, A. M.,
The entire CONTENTS OF THE STORE No. 353,
on thc west side or King street, between Liberty
and George streets, lately known as LAND
RETH'S SEED STORE, and recently occupied by
Conrad Ring, deceased, consisting or the follow?
ing articles, to wit: STONE ANO EARTHEN?
WARE, Woodenware, Twines. Rope, Willowware,
Brooms. Brushes. Hardware, Cutlery, Corn Shel?
lers, corn Mills, Hay Cutters, Plough's, Harrows,
lines. Spades, Shovels Rakes, Plough Points and
Land Slides. Seed Sowers, Garden Sew and a
general assortments of Seeds. Also thc lease of
Hie Store to the 1st day of May, 1870.
Conditions cash In current funds. febl2 S3
JOHN E. BOWERS,
ANEW VILLAGE LATELY LAID OFF,
of 500 LOTS, extending from the Clement s
Ferry to the Junction of the Dorchester ahd?ate
Road. The Northeastern and south Caiobim
RailroadS pass through the TractolLand. ?Uh
o Turnout on the Land. All the Front Lots arc
on the Plank Road. . ,ront of
Will besohl on thc SSW or Febraary. inmntoi
the old Postomce, corner of m oad and Last nay
St-ool't'rnx to be sold by thc plat which will bc
the^?*f?& Smj? see,, prior to that time
.it mr nfl!cc No. 200 Mug SlrCOU
Terms cash, and no charge for papers or stamps.