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Meetings Thin Day.
Farmers' Fertilizer Company, at 6 P. M.
Hibernian Society, at 7 P. M.
Tlgllant Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Carolina Rifle Club, at 7 P. M.
Auction Salea This Day.
P. B. Lalane A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, bacon and botter.
j, F. Ma'.hewcs will sell at ll o'clock, at the old
PostoKce, real estate.
Lowndes 4 Grlmbali will seil at u o'clock, at
the old PostoOice, real estate.
John G. Milner 1 Co. will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, ci <th cloaks, clothing, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, butter, hams, 4c.
BANSE OF THERMOMETER at Joseph Black- j
man's drug store, No. 39 Broad street, January
.2: 8 o'clock, 47; 10, 51; 12, 56; 2, 59; 4, 59; 0, 54; 8,
ACCIDENT.-Mr. Klnsler Davis, of Lexing?
ton, while on his way home, on Friday, was
thrown from his boqjgy and seriously injured in
NEW YEAR'S DAT was but partially observed
yesterday by the business community. Daring
tue morning everything seemed as busy as usual,
but in the afternoon most of the stores were
closed and a brief holiday was enjoyed.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW HAVEN.
It will be seen by the advertisement of Messrs.
W. B. Heriot A Co., printed in another column,
i that ail outstanding risks In this company have
been reinsured in other companies, so that poli?
cy holders are fully protected.
RETIRED FROM PUBLIC LIFE.-The Rev. Jonas
Byrd, who did yeoman service in the cause of Re?
form during the late campaign, bas resumed his
old business, ana may be found at Ash stall No. 3,
In the mattet,, south side, where he will be glad
to see all ends' old friends and customers.
THE UNITED STATES COURT.-The United
. States District Court opened yesterday morning,
at 10 o'clock, his Honor Jndge Bryan presiding. ?
W. p. Corrie, in re Joseph K. Davis, bankrupt.
Ordered that all the lien crediton be called in by
a notice through the pnbilc prints to establish
their Hens by a certain day.
The venires was then called, and the Juries or?
dered to appear for io o'clock, to-day, until which
hoar the court then adjourned.
THE KrDNAiTTNO Casa.-Ben Hernandez .and
Henry May were brought before Trial Jostle* Jno.
O. Mackey yesterday morning, and examined on
the charge of kidnapping one James Stewart, a
fall account of which was given la oar yester?
day's Issue. Both the State and the accused were
represented by conn-el, and a number of persons
attended to watch.the developments for them?
selves. Owing to the absence of material wit?
nesses, the examination was not coaeluded, and
the parties being bound over to appear next
Thursday, the case was adjourned until that time.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.-Osborne
Wright was brought before Comm 3aloner Por?
teus, yesterday morning, charged with voting I
. twice at HenlSBey*s Crossroads, Beaufort County,
? during the late elections. The evidence adduced
WM not sufficient to support the charge, and the I
' defendant was liberated.
The case of Archy Jackson, for neglect of duty, I
was continued until to-day.
The commissioner has turned over to the clerk j
.f the ' United States Court about 250 recognl-1
za*ces, taken in the cases for violation of the
United states election laws, which will be prose- j
coted at this term of Ute United States Dit trie:
Court. ? 1
Cte sar Deas an-1 Archy Jackson, were likewise
examined on a charge of neglect of duty as nan
agers at PoootaUgo precinct sluring the late elec?
tion. The evidence against both was ample, and
they were bound aver for trial at the District j ;
Court, which opened yesterday.
A FIGHT IN CHURCH.-On Saturday night 1
the congregation or Zion Church and numerous 1
visitors were seeing the old' yearbut and the new I
year In, according to' ouatom prevailing among
the colored people. Within the church, however,
there were several .wlto'se spirits were inclined to?
wards anything else than prayer,-to J nd ge from
their subsequent actions. The services -AX passed
off quietly until near one o'clock, when a dispute
arose between two mea named Samuel Hasket
and Benjamin Caroline, which, unrestrained by
the sanctity of She hour or place; resulted in I
1 blows. The police" were called' IQ,' and' the two
contestants separated, and brou gut. p toa Guard
house under arrest. After a hearing before the
May or yes ter day maiming, they, wera each Sen
fenced to pay a jlujiot. ?j, or go to ibo Boase of
Correction ft>r ten days. * Z*
MA? '< >?'? aaotns
.IP- NEW YEAJ?L Ci?t?n?t^^?.rOn,. Sunday
morning a youth re?id?'g in' the upper part of I
, the/city bscdmejitfpressedurith'tbetdea'ttiat New
?ear's day ought to ba^celebrated -with ali the
honors tfCtw'lstrnas, and to" this effect prov 1 led
htmssff trtth a?dt orwtpedoe?, the relio? ot'- his j
Christmas aurlaatneoL. Selecting aygoodurtand
at the corner of Elizabeth and Calhoun streets, I
he opened ?liie?y (Ire with- them, mach to his
own gratini^Uoafodsjfte annoyance of tag-pas?
sers by. Unfortunately'fWiilm his noisy fun at
trac ted tho at t?nt lon of arr unsympathetic police?
man, stationed near by, who Instantly roca.led to
mind the almost forgotten proclamation oijhe
Mayor, lnj relation"to f^esohoudayv-pyroteefflucs,
and arrested the offender for its violation. The
-culprit was taken to the Guardhouse, where he I
was released on bail, and tue-h oaring of his case
deferred until to day.
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STIRRING MIS STUMPS.-At a late hour last Sun- j
day night, W. Delapp, who, curiously enoogh,
combines toe-profession of a sailor with the pos- I
session of a wooden leg, was keeping up his Hew
Year's frolic with deep potations, the .result of I
which was that lie-found himself ld a very merry
mood. Bis songs and [o?os were by no mt au s
appreciated by the' portee, who accused him of
being "drank and disorderly.,'' instead of being
merry and musical as he affirmed. Enraged at
thia insinuation, he made a brisk and weu,dir>?ct. j
ed assault upon the policeman, anitcatchlng him
by the collar, huns on uke grim dbatu. In spite
of his wooden leg, Delapp showed his sailor quali?
ties or endurance, and disregarding the severe
.punishment Infrie ted by his antagonist, made
Borne vicious bio wa in return. In the .end he was
^overcome and arrested, bur only relinquished j
his hold un-thejio?ceman when hs-had torn the
coat from his back. The case came up belora the
Mayoryest?rflay mofnteg, and after a fall hear?
ing the defendant-wan sentenced to make good
all thc damages and pay a ano of ten dollars, or
go to the House of Correction for thirty days. He
paid ap. ' '
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?- Hot el Art tvsls-Jinnary 3.
T. H Curry, D. M. Merri weather, Georgia;
& V. '?"Ile, St Stephen's; J. W. Edwards, James
O. Smith, L. J. Hutson, Williamsburg; William H.
Schaffer, F. F. Schaffer, C. H. Trask, New York;
H. C. Berry, Massachusett; Duval Selph, Lake
City; Goulden and lady, Florida.
H. A. Underwood, Miss Anni? Short, W. H.
Thorp, New York; E. M. Clark and wire, New
Haven; Captain J. L Sanford, Thomas G. Stowe,
Baltimore, E. B. C. Cash, Sooth Carolina; James
Dugan, Georgia; W. T. J. 0. Woodward, Cheraw;
E. Y. Allen, Patterson, N. J. *
George H. Anderson, United States Army; Cap?
tain 8. Orowell.E. E. DenBlow, F. Booth, New
Tark; J. B. Trumbo, Baltimore; T. 0. Macomb,
Summerville: J. D. Stanbury, New York; A. V.
Conover and wife, Lougbranch; s. B. Kimball and
wire, Warrenton; E. Mehernlas, Gardner's Corner ;
H. M. Puller, Beaufort.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and ts 50 per thoneaad, according to
stjte, at Tm Hvws Job office.
TETE ICE QUESTION.
Thc Charleston Ice Itlanafactai ing Com?
pany-An Important Enterprise-Thc
.Vt-iv Machines-Ho iv to Keep Cool.
The Introduction of ice, mechanically pre?
pare:! for market by machinery, and its usc In
New Orleans, Mobile. Columbia and other South?
ern cities, has directed the attention of many of
our own citizens to ihe subject, and a company ls
being organized in Charleston with a capital.suf?
ficient to put In operation a number of the fa?
mous Teilier machines, which, it .is alleged, are
the best In the world. The high price of natural
Ice. the very low price or artlfleial ice, and the
certainty of a sufficient supply, are doubtless the
considerations which have induced this enter?
Already upwards of three hundred residents or
Charleston have taken stock, and at thc rate at
which subscriptions are being made, the first of
May will witness the consummation of the plans
proposed, and a generous supply of this neces?
sary adjunct to comfort, health and peace or
Ice machines are comparatively new inven?
tions, and to the Germans.and French most be
awarded the palm for their successful application
in the affairs of life. Tilt- machine which ls here?
after to be used in Charleston ls the invention of
Charles Teilier, of Paris and was patented in the
United States in January, I860, and March, 1870.
Subsequently, a company was formed, lc New
York, known as the Ice and Refrigerating Com?
pany, and they are now building machines to
supply this country. The theory of ice-making
by this process ls founded on the 'fact that cer?
tain volatile liquids have the power of extracting
the beat from surrounding bodies at the moment
when the liquid ls changed Into a vapor. This
volatile liquid ls converted into vapor by the ac?
tion of the water or air upon lt, and passes
through tubes coiled around the receptacle of
water to be frozen. It thus extracts the warmth
from the water and freezes lt. Passlug on, the
vapor carries away the heat, and ls received Into
a compressing pump-, and forced .Into a cooling
coll immersed in wafer In a coollag tan lt, where
lt loses the h tat lt bas gathered. Thc pressure
lias now restored the vapor to a liquid stale, and
lt returns to its starting .place, from which lt ls
sent again in the form, ofyapor toextraot heat
from the -freezing waler.' This proteus rn con?
tinually r peatod, the volatile liquid never losing
its strength, nor requiring to bc replenished.
Last year a company was organised under the
laws of New York, to manufacture loe in Rio
Janeiro, and they appointed a committee , of two
professional men who, arter critically examining
every machina In uso in this country and in Eu?
rope, reported or the Teiller machine that lt wa9
the staplest in every respect, more economical as
regards fuel .less Hable to get ont-of order; that
the Ice manu.'act ured by lt is perfectly and chemi?
cally pure, and possesses a lasting quality,, by
reason of Its density, which ls greatly superior to
that of natural Ice. By this process the cost of
manufacturing the lee, in any country ls the mere
cast " of fuel and'- labor, a twenty-five, horse
power engine Being guaranteed to prod nco
thirteen tons of Ice per day, or eleven
hundred pounds per hour. The smaller ma?
chines make? of'course, a quantity proportion?
ately less; Ia New York the cost ls about. fl 50
per toa. In Charlas ton it may be $3 per ton. In
Marseilles, France, a five toa machine gave Us
procrletor roar hundred per cent., and he was un?
ible to supply the demand. Ia his lefter on thc
?abject he states the following curious fact con?
cerning the durability of manufactured ice, as
compared with the natural article:
Tha Messageries Imperiales or France, thc
largest steampasseoger and express company In
the world, and using in 1863 over a million and a
half pounds of Ice on their steamers, determined
to make, at Marseilles, a private test of thc lasting
qualities of all kinds of loo in that market. Se?
lecting at random m October last from five differ?
ent companies, two hundred pounds of Ice each,
they allowed the same to stand aud melt, subject i
to the same conditions of temperature, with the
following results: l. Naturalice from Switzerland
lasted 107 hours. 2. .Natural Icc from Norway
lasted 115 hours. 3. Artificial tee made by the
carre machine' lasted iso hours. 4. Natural Ice
from Boston, Mais., lasted 138 hours. 6. Artltlctai
Ice made by the Teiller machine lasted 144 hours.
There are nine different sizes of the machine
made. What size will be adopted by oar Charles- ,
ton company ls yet undetermined. All the facts .
known, however, Induce the belief that thc en?
terprise will be eminently lucrative, and, aside
from that, put our community beyond the pale of
doubt as to the future supply and cheapness of
this need fui article.
Another feature that may bc referred to In this
connection, altnough it ls not proposed to Intro?
duce H in Charleston, is that of refrigeration by
machinery. Teilier has Invented a process where?
by, in the hottest days in sommer, the tempera?
ture of any building, room or hold of a steamship
may be, if desired, reduced to near a freezing
point, the air. being cooled by one machine In the
same way that water ls frozen in the other.
These machines are now in actual operation In
Europe, the Argentine Republic and tho United
Fresh-beef, m ut: on and game have been ooa,
veyed from London to Rio in the steamer City of
Rio de Janeiro expressly titted out for the occa?
sion, and after a voyage of twenty-one days were
found to be in perfect condition. During said
trip and while on the Equator and in its vicinity
the temperature In the refrigerating room waa
kept at 33 degrees Fahrenheit, while outside lt
ranged from 105 to 107 degrees, and the water it?
self stood at so to 90 degress. Beef which had
been six weeks In the preserving room was eaten
at the Caf? Coraza, in Paris, by over rorty gen?
tlemen of the most fastidious tastes, who pro?
nounced it of superior quality, delicious flavor,
and in a pertect state of preservation. Game and
fish, kept eight weeks in the refrigerated chamber
In Paris without being cleaned, were eaten at a
dinaer given lu that city and pronounced in per?
For theatres or hospitals thc temperature can
be reduced in two hours td 33 degrees Fahrenheit.
Meats bought in Texas at two cents per pound
can be delivered in Ne / York for one and a half
cent per pound ad lit unal. In New Orleans a
brewer has one of tb .SJ machines which keeps an
apartment nearly down to freezing point, in
which are stored two thousand barrels of lager.
I: is probabiya mere question of time whether
some invention of this character will not be gene?
rally employed in all southern communities-nay,
whether our very houses will not be cooled to an
extent that will assuage fevered brows, relieve
pendant shirt oollars, and sorely distress mos?
quitoes. Evidently the world moves, and we are
about to have the benefit or some of Its progress.
CLUBS ANO STAUS.-Ellia Evans, Alexander
Piackney and Edward Ray, practical shoplifters,
who were caught stealing pocket knives and other
little things from different stores in King street,
were brought before the Mayor for trial yes er
day. As the gouda were all recovered au?' re?
turned to thc owners, the prosecution for iavoeoy
was abandoued, and the throe culprits were sent
to jail for thirty days each under the vjgrant
Jake Jenkins, having got on a spree r a Satur?
day night, became very disorderly, an?: raised a
disturbance at the corner of King and John
streets. Upon the police attemptl'.g to arrest
him he made a vigorous r09istar.ee, but was at
length secured. After a hearing oefore the Mayor
he was sentenced to choose between a One of $5
and ten days In the House of Jorrectlon.
C. Nelson, arrested for dis ord tty condnct and
assaulting Henry Dart In America street with a
knife, was released on security, and thc trial or
his case put off until to-day.
Of two persons arrested for Intoxication In the
streets and brought before the Mayor for trial,
one was pardoned on the plea of first offence and
the other fined $5.
A horse found golug at large m King street
was brought to the Statlonhouse yard, and or?
dered to bc delivered to the owner.
Francis Ferguson, confined on the charge of
stealing a silver watch from Henry Mitchell, was
brought before Trial Justice Schroder, and refus?
ing the advice of his counsel to go to jail, was
bound over to appear for trial next Friday.'
Dick Hazzard, George Grims and Isaac Mackey,
arrested, aa reported yesterday, on suspicion of
various larcenies, are still held for examination.
THE EU AX CIPA TIO*' CELEBRA
The Procesi?n, Military and' Civil
Public Speaking on the Battery
At an early hour yesterday morning, the un?
usual stir among the colored population, and
their holiday appearance upon the streets, be?
tokened the celebration of the eighth anniversary
or n' iro emancipation. The preparations had
been going on for weeks, but, aansual, at the last
moment, lhere wa3 considerable palavering,
and a bad hitch tn the processional machinery.
At the appointed hoar-half-past 0 o'clock-large
numbers of spectators had assembled at the Gita
del Stmarennd the Courthouse, but the proces?
sion had not even begun its formation. The hori?
zon, however, was not so gloomy as to preclude
all hopo, and every now and then the anxious
Inquirers were cheered by the flitting by of one of
thc colored National Guard, rich In the fancy
uniforms of the Fourth of July toggery of volun?
teer military companies. At first the privates
were to be seen making a splendid show by the
side of their civil companions, then the non-com?
missioned officers, with sashes and chevrons,
dimmed the rustre of the former, to be surpassed
in tura and sink Into insignificance beside the
blazing epaulettes, the gorgeous lac?, waving
p'.umea, and glittering swords of the lieutenants
Dn-.ms now began io be heard, Intermingled
with the sharp screams or the fire, and the differ?
ent companies marched down and formed the line
between Ring and Meeting streets, tn Broad. Eight
companies made up the line, In all about two hun?
dred and fifty men. The Randolph Riflemen, uni?
form blue, trimmed with green, felt hats with
green plumes, were, by general consent, the finest
looking company on thc ground, and seemed to
bc quite as well drilled na any. A question of seni?
ority now arose between Majors Dickerson and
Green,- which, upon reference to their commis?
sions, was decided In favor of Major Samuel Dick?
erson. Thc latter took command, aud, mounted
upon "a gallant gray," rode along the line and
put the battalion through a part of the manual of !
arms, and prepared for the Inspection.
General Whipper, the dusky brigadier, and his
two aids, now appeared on the scene, and excited
the admiration of the colored women, the envy of
the military, and the wonder of the citizen by- :
standers, by the magni licence of their uniform
and their - Indescribably martial appearance.
Whipper was mounted upon a fine bay, blazing i
with all the mentionable paraphernalia or holiday !
war, and magnificent, with a huge pair of bucskin 1
gauntlets, looked every Inch a militia general.
The ranks were duly passed through, the gans j
tossed np and accoutrements examined, to the
martial sound of the life and dram, and the First ;
Regiment or the "N. G. S. C." having been duly 1
inspected, the general and his staff departed. On i
the extreme left of thc regiment was a company |
called generally "The James Island Possum Hunt-, 'j
ers," whose "dlsunlform" (vide Major Dickerson) .
appearance excited much remark. Strange sto- j
rle:, were told of their shooting rusty nails, shot, ,
and pieces of glass bottles from their guns, among ?
which every variety or the musket and rifle was ;
to be found. They seemed, however, to be quite 1
coatent with their appearance, and rather enjoyed i
the wonder which they excited.
POSHING THE PROCESSION. j
The regiment was now pat in motion, and :
marched In column op King street, led by their !
'rrepresslble major on his raming steed. On ar- '
riving at thc Citadel Green, the procession was '
formed, with the right resting on Ohariotie street.
The regiment came first, followed by*tho Mayor
and several Aldermen. Next marched the grand
marshal, T. J. Mackey, monnted, at the head of
the Union League, with badges of red, white and
blue. The Longshoremen's Protective Union
broun h: up the rear. The march now began, and
led up Meeting street, and through John to King
Btreet, down King and through Hasel to Meeting
again, thence through Broad, and by East Bay, to
the White Point Garden-a vast mass of crowding,
Idle, curious humanity, accompanying the
column, and walking down everybody on the
TUE SPEAKING AT WHITE POINT.
Tho Garden was soon covered with eager listen?
ers, and a dense jara around the staging hld the
speakers from all except the persons near by. lu
truth, "Major" Dickerson's words could be heard
but a short distance In the open air. Thc glorious
flag of tho Republic waved over and draped the
staging, and seemed to bc satisfaction enough to
most of the assembly. Major .Dickerson, the ora-1.
tor of the day, now addressed the crowd in a
ehorLspeecu of about twenty minutes, advocated
the principles of the Republican party, speaking
of it as tho origin of the black man's freedom,
aud contriving to bring In much Inflammatory
matter by a comparison between the present and
ronner condition - ff. tho colored people In this
State, He was followed hy "Colonel" Delnny In
his usual black-man-betier-lhan-any-otlier-man
style. George Lee, Rev. E. J. Adams and Mayor
Pillsbury came la turu with short addresses, In
thc main political and Radies).
General F. J.'Moses then madea very temperate
speech. He advised the colored people, as citi?
zens, to attend closely to their Important duties,
and prove themselves worihy of self-government.
He made a good point, though azalnst most of
his par y, in saying that the celebration was of
such a character as to forbid the Introduction of
politics, and that no maa should attempt to take
part In lt for political purposes. T. J Mackey was
then called o pon, and declining ina few words,
introduced Mitchell, after whose speech thc meet?
ing adjourned and broke np.
Tho Lincoln Light infantry did not parade In
thc procession on account of some difficulty be?
tween their captain aud the grand marshal, T. J.
Mackey, and their absence and that of thc fire
companies and the various civil organization?
made Fomewhat of a falling on* lu the celebration.
The artair altogether has been got ap, aad has
passed oil, In a manner to do credit to tho man?
agers. Not a Bingle paso of disorderly conduct or
Intoxication was to be observed, and beyond the
momentary inconvenience or thc passing crowd,
no complaints have been made by any one. Nsw
Year's Day has already become eminently the day
of rejoicing among the colored people of the State,
and we hope their celebration will be always as
well conducted and their enjoyment of-lt as thor?
ough as lt was yesterday.
BNAI BRITH.-At tho quarterly meeting of
Dan Lodge, No. 93, I. 0. ll. B., held at Masonic
Hall, on Suuday.last, tho fallowing ottlcers were
Installed for the ensuing term: J. N. Nathans,
president; Nath'l Levin, vice-president; P. Wine
man, secretary; H. n. D Leon, financial secre?
tary; L. Wieskopff. treasurer; A. Falk, mentor; J.
Worthelm, assistant mentor; L. Wetherhorn,
warden; J. Jacobs, outside guardian. '
TUB GERMAN FIRE COMPANY BALL.-The
line hall at the eugine house or this company was
again thrown open last evening t'- 'he members
and Invited guests, and some pieasu..t hours were
passed In the relaxation of the dance. Large
numbers er ladles were present, aud the bright
faces, gay red coats s nd delightful m UK lc won id
have melted the heart nf a misanthrope. The
light-footed dancers prolonged their amusements
until a late hoar la the night, while the staid and
quiet enjoyed themselves thoroughly in a way
more to their taste.
ti U H I N E H S NOTICES.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, in leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c and 90c. each, at No.
161 King street; also at tm Hasel street Bazaar.
octie-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
FrFTT PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and ni Ring street,
Rosno GOODS! Rosno GOODS!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, aud picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. 161 Ring street. octlS
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. novia
DRATAGE.-Mr. John Binna, having resumed
his on basinets, ls ready to do draying with dis?
patch, at uniform oharges. See card. :
?ONE o? THE BEST remedies extant for Dys- |
pepsla, General Debility and Chills, ls the Old
MESSRS. BATER* ERESSBL have removed to.
the northeast corner of East Bay and Market
streets, and have just received a cargo of deli?
cious tropical fruit.
MRS. KEOGH, the skilful chiropodist, is daily
working wonderful cures among those who are
suffering from corns,bunions and other disorders
of the feet. She has also treated cases of asthma
and the fits wl<h sin rular success. Her rooms
ore In King street, opposite Society, over McMil?
lan's shoe store.
THERE is but one verdict, and that is the "Old
Carolina.Bitters are a safe, sure and reliable
No MEDICINE, whether made north or south,
will be found superior to that old established
remedy for Dyspepsia, the Old Carolina Bitters.
A Nsw LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for 60c, at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
101 King street. octlo-mtu
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 maa .should have his card printed on
?nmbsr, Suet, &z.
2 Jg HILDERS' DEPOT, ?
3 No! 94 CHURCH STREET. % i
o CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
CEMENT, LATHS, 2
? PLASTER, HAIR, "
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O Ac. AC, A?., Ac o
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_ The attention of Builders and others In- ?
2 terested ls Invited to a cargo of SLATES ~
3 Just received. These Slates are superior >
~ to any American, and equal to the best
g Weleh Slate, while In price they are lower M
2 than any sold in this market since the
war. As a covering for houses, Slates are o
? universally admitted to be superior to o
r any other material used, and the price at g
-> which they are now offered renders them "
~ nearly as cheap, and ir durability be con- ^
ui sldered, cheaper than either Tm, Shingles ^
.5 or Felt. *
? BUILDING PAPER,
H ? substitute for Laths and Plaster, at .
about one-half the cost. A full supply of "
an LIME, CEMENT, Ac, constantly on hand _
s and for sale. Z.
Country orders carefully and promptly T
S fluid. P. 0. Box Nc 874. 2
B- , E. M. GRIMKE. y
% jana - r
Jj" E W FASHION
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
MENKE A MULLER,
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 325 KINO STREEI,
Have Just opened the largest and finest stock ot ?
Clothing ever offered In this city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, comprising a^ruli assort?
ment or DRESS and BUSINESS SofTS, Derby
Suits, Walking Coats, Overcoats, Pea-Jackets, Ac
The largest ron lou is of imported goods, and
manufactured mto garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recommend them as regards flt,
wear and workmanship.
Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is supplied with
the finest selection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers, Tricots,
Meltons, Ve.vetine, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy. Cassimeres, Ac, and a large variety of mod
era Pants and' Vest Patterns, which we make up
to ord^v. by measure, In the latest style. The
foreman in this department of our business has
no equal In the artistic world for catting and pro?
ducing an elegant flt.
FURNISHING GOODS.-This department ls sup?
plied with the Celebrated .?* Shirts, English,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Couvolssler's Kids, Buckskin, Cas
simere, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen and Paper
Collars, Neck Ties, Bows, Scarfs, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac
Our stock bas been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low In plain figures.
Bayers tn our line will find lt to their advan?
tage to call In and sec for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tuths2mos
QLD CAROLINA BITTERS!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
WANT OF APPBTITE ! .
IWANT OF APPETITE !
.v. WANT OF APPETITE !
WANT OF APPETITE !
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGIST8 AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
GOODRICH, WI NE MAS' A CO.
OORNKB BROAD STEKKT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS In the United States.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
JU ST REOEIVED,
CARBO LATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
and destroyer of Rats, Mice Bogs, Cockroaches,
Ac A small quantity placed where they frequent
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pam Ex?
A fresh supply of Fleming'a Worm Confections,
the most reliable In usc
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy for Rheumatism.
Far sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
ma?30 No. 181 Meeting street,
Srrrj' <Bfo$m1 &z.
BAND E X HI B;IT I* N
r-j >. Of; L?/nj"i VI
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY AND FANCY
At Greatly Reduced Prices to Hair the: BoUdaja,
v ,>-... rrj?> '.*! ?
FUBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & co.,
NOS 244 AND 437 KINO STREET.
100 Sets of Fine FURS, from J4 to $10, worth $8
to $ 30
loo dozen VKIette Kid Gloves, only $1-quality
guaranteed-our own Importation
SO dozen Calley's Celebrated Seamless Kid
Gloves tl 76 and $2, each pair warranted,
worth m New Tort tl M
1,000 dozen other Kid Gloves, at satisfactory
oem_FURCHGOTT, BENEDICTA Oj).
1 case Fine Opera FLANNEL, 40 cents, worth
1 case Fine Red Flannel, 25 cents, worth 40
1 case All-wool White Flannel, 26 cents, worth
Blankets and other Flannels at very reasona?
100 Buggy Blankets, at $6, worth $8.
FURCHGOrr, BENEDICT A CO.,
oct31 _No. 244 King stree;;.
JAD?EN, DOMESTIC AND DRESS GOODS
500 dozen Unen TOWELS, at tl per dozen
loo dozen Doylies, at 75 cents per dozen
100 dozen Napkins, at $1 25 per dozen
1 case Pillow Case sheeting, at u cents per
1 case 8-4 Sheeting, at 37H cents p-?r yard
I case 10-4 Sheeting, at 46 cents per yard
6 cases 3 4, 7-4 and 4-4 Shirting, from 8 cents to
to cents, very low
500 pieces Dress Oooda, best selections tn the city,
from 20 cents to 60 cents, worth 30 to 76
1 case New Irish Poplins, only $1 per yard,
worth tl 60
Colored and Black Silks at reduced prices
All colors of Velveteens can be bought at a
1 case Boolevard Balmoral Skirts at tl 50
1 case Arabs, only $3, worth $6.
At FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
oct3l_No. 244* king street.
QARPETS ! CARPETS ! CARPETS !
MATTING I MATTING I MATTING I
OILCLOTHS! OIL CLOTHS ! OILCLOTHS!
RUGS 1 RUGS I RUGS I
Weare closing the above Goods, and would ad?
vise buyers to givens an early eau.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
octal_ No. 244 King street.
?y^HTTE GOODS, CLOTH, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AND RIBBON
Are foll and well asserted.
Velvet RIBBONS, No. IX, 40 cents; No. 2, 40
cents; No.'3, 60 cents; No. 4, 65 cents; No. 6, 76
It will be for the benefit of Ribbon buyers to give
ns a call, as ocr stock is the best In the city.
We are the sole Importers of a great many of
the above goods, and do sell them at New York
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
octal No. 244 King street.
dhrngs, Crjemicols, &t.
rjlHE GREAT LUNG REMEDY l
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs,
Colds, Bleeding or the Lungs, Croup, Whooping
Congh and Consumption, when taken in time.
Has never failed.
OVERTWENTV THOUSAND LTVTNG WITNESSES
to bear testtmony to the great superiority of
GLOBE FLOWER430UGQ SYRUP oVsr all other
lung remedies Introduced.
Olobe Flower Congh Syrup ls warranted not to
contain opium or other nauseous drugs in any of
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure I
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls protected by
letters patent, both on trade mark label and com?
pound. It ls pleasant to the taste and harmless
to the most delicate Infant.
For sale by Druggists. Price $1 per bottle.
PEMKERTON, TAYLOR A CO.,
Proprietors and Chemists, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWELL GA., April23,1870.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor <? Co:
DEAR SIRS-I received the bottle of Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and began the
use of it Immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable night than she has for three
months, and now, at 10 o'clock A. M., says she
feels like another woman. I intend to continue
the nae of the Globe Flower Syrup,. believing lt
will make r care. Never have 1 witnessed such
great benefit from a remedy, la so short a tune, in
my llfef I Shall ta the future use your Glube
Flower Syrup la all cases of colds, coughs, 'and
all atrectlons of the langs that may present them?
R. B. ANDERSON, M. D.
For sale by all Druggists,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
dec7-tnthseraos Charleston. S. C.
B A E R 'S
VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILL8
will remedy BILIOUS DISORDERS and
LIVER OOMFLAINT-will cure Dyspepsia or
indigestion, Headache, Costiveness, Loss of
Appetite, and have proved of great use m Neu?
ralgia, Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Pains in the Side,
Back and Limbs. They will care Sick Headache
and all Derangements pf the stomach. These
Pills contain nu Mercury, and may be taken with
perfect safety by any persons, aod la all situa?
tions of life.
No family should be without them.
Manufactured by . . DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale- and Retail Druggist,
Charleston? 8. 0.
Price per box 25 cents. Usual discount to the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
FOR INFANTS. *
A reliable and invaluable remedy in OOLIC,
CHOLERA INFANTUM, Dysentery, Dlarhoea, and
snell other diseases as children are subjected to
during the period of Teething.
This Cordial ls manufactured from the best
Drugs, all carefully selected, and contains no in?
jurious ingredient. No family should be without
lb The best Physicians have recommended lt,
and Mothers may administer lt with perfect con?
Ic contains no Opium or other Anodyne.
Manufactured by DR. H. BAER.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price 25 couts a bottle. Tue usual discount to
J^R. SIMMONS' LITER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
lt has been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-five years as one of the most relia?
ble, efllcactous and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering. II taken regularly and
persistently, lt ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections or the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chais, ' diseases of
the ?tin, Imparity 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 m back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and billons diseases
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price fl; by mall $126.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.
DOWIE, MOI8E A DAVIS,
_f?ttn'B 'E?betttear. ?
A LABOE VARIETY OF NEW GOODS
FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
At Extremely Low Prices.
STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
.MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE ?ARKET.
QT Io tl) ing on?i -fnrmsrjing ?OC??
CLOTHING m m SEASON.
SjTJITS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
NBW SUPPLY OF ALL STYLES OF
MORNING COATS, BUSINESS COATS,
DERBY SACKS, DBESS FRO0K6,
Of Chinchilla, Beaver and Waterproof, la Glenga?
lla and Cape Styles.
ROBES DE CHAMBRE
The Leading Styles of
CRAVATS, BOWS, TIES, SCARFS, Ac, Ac.
MERINO AND LAMBSWOOL SHIRTS AND
NEGLIGE SHIRTS, CARDIGAN JACKETS.
OF FRENCH KID, CALFSKIN AND BEAVERS,
ENGLISH BUCK, DEER AND OASSIMERE.
[STAR SHIRT3, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Ol all Qa ai lt les, and sold by me for the past 30
TAILORING DEPARTMENT supplied with a
Foll Assortment of Imported and Domestic
Cloths. Beavers, Coatings and Casslmeres, made
np at moderate prices.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent. ' decl9
PRINCE OF WALES FROCKS
ENGLISH MORNING COATS
SILK AND VELVET VESTS, and
. LOW PRICED BUSINESS SUITS.
SHAKER, BRITISH, and
PATENT PANTALOON DRAWERS
SCARLET AND WHITE SHAKER FLANNEL
. . -COTTON FLANNEL AND JEAN8
CARTWRIGHT AND WARNER'S
6UPER STOUT COTTON
SCARLET AND WHITE ALL-WOOL
COLORED AND WHITE MERINO
TRUE FIT SHIRTS
. NEGLEGE SHIRTS
BISHOP AND PARAGONS
THE TRUNK PAPER COLLARS AND
ENGLISH BUCK, "CALF* , ..
DOG, KID, BEAVER
SILK, CLOTH, and
BERLIN and '
VIENNA TRAVELLING BAGS
TRUNKS, LAP BOB ES and
ROBES DE CHAMBRE and
For elegance, ease and comfort to the
wearer, these Goods are recommended* with
J. H. LAWTON & GO.,
ACABEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING.
gllEET LEAD, LEAD PIPES, Ac
FOR SALE BY WM. SHEPHERD A CO., No. 24
HAYNE STREET AND No. 35 PINCKNEY
_ J&prtitm gales- g trig goff ^
By JOHN G. MILNOR & GO.
?*LACK CLOTH CLOAKS. CLOTHING,
? "DRY GOODS.
'1 HIS DAY, 8d Instant, at io o'clock, we will
sell at oar Store, No. 136 Meeting street. .
An lavotee of assorted BLACKCLOTH CLOAKS,
on account of Manufacturera; Black Satinet,
Twill and Kentucky Jean Coats and Panta, Black
Satinets, Kentucky Jeana, Kerseys, Twins, Bea,
Blue and WliPe Flannels, Brae Drills^ Blue Plaids,
Denims, Ticks. Bleached and Brown Shirting,
Balmoral Skirts, Fancy Delaines, Fancy and
Shirting Prints, Merino Undershirts^Verona and
French Head Handkerchiefs, Hosiery; Worsted
Conditions cash. Jans
By HENRY COBLA & COi*
HAMS, BUTTES, Ac.
THIS DAY, at ? o'clock, in front of oar
store, will be sold,
10 tierces Sugar-cured HAMS ,
10 tubs Prime Butter
20 boxes Cheese
2000 pounds Smoked Sides
looo pounds h. c. Dry. salted Sides
100 kegs Nails
- boxes Fancy Soaps.
Conditions cash._. _jjant
By PAUL B. LAL AXE tc CO.
WILL BE SOLD BEFORE OUR STORR
No. in East Bay, THIS DAY, at 9 o'clock,
2 bhds. BIB SIDES
1 h lid. Shoulders
1 hhd. Hams
10 Arkins Batter *
And other Groceries as usual;
Conditions cash._ jans
By WM. MeEAY. '
PIANO, MELODEON, GROVER & BA?
KER'S SEWING MACHINE, Sofas,Hair-se&t
Chairs, Office Desks, Choice Lot Books, Blankem,
Sundry Clothing, Table Knives, Forks, Goolring
and Office Stoves, Meat Safes, and Sundries.
TO-MORROW (Wednesday,) at No. 140Meeting
Also, Watches, Jewelry, ftc.
Terms positively cash on delivery._Jans
By LOWNDES ? ?BDIBALL.
TTTTTLL BE SOLD, THIS DAY, JANUARY
V V 3,1871, a-t the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock
That substantial THREE-STORY BRICK RESI?
DENCE, on the west side of Archdale street,
known aa No. 2L The House contains six up?
right rooms, pantry, dressing-rooms, with double
plantas to the south. * '
Terms-One-half cash; balance m one and two
years, secured by hoad ahd mortgage, with In?
terest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum.
Property to bs insured and policy assignee Pur?
chaser to pay L. A G. for papers and stamps.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
EX PARTE WM. M. ROUSE, TRUSTEE
-IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
By virtue of an order of Oom* in thu casa, to
me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction,
THIS DAY. the 3d day of January, MTV at il
o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofflce, Broad street,
The fellowing named RB AL ESTATE:
All that LOT OF LAND, with tte B?ILBINQ8
thereon, situate on the north side of Vernon
street, in the City of Charleston, known as No. ls,
measuring and containing In front on Vernon
street forty (40) feet, more or leas, by one hundred
and ten (110) feet In depth; bonn de? north by
Lands of-, south by Verno?street, ea*rbj
Lands of Soignions, and west by Lands or Yen?
- ALSO, ~J2\.
All that LOT OF LAND, with BUILDINGS there?
on, Hltaate in Hampton court, in the OBJ of
Charleston, known by the No. 14, meas ur'
containing forty (40) feet front by eighty |
In depth; bounded north by Lands of
by B ampton court, east by Lands of -r1-^-, *Jn&
west by Laads of McGregor.
Terms-One-half cash: balance by bond of ma
pure Laser at one year from day of sale, with In?
teres", and mortgage of the property; Bnuaings
to be insured sad policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps.
jan 3 W. J. GAYER, Referee.
Unction Balea-ifatnre mags.
By F. P. SALAS.
SUGAR I SUGAR I SUGAR !
On THURSDAY next, the 5th January, 1871,
at ll o'clock A M., will be sold at the United States
Bonded Warehouse, In Elliot street,
200 boxes Good GROCERY SUGAR
240 boxes Prime Grocery Sugar
200 boxes Choice Grocery Sugar.
Imported per British Bark bailor Prince, Mc
Manns, Master, from Havana, and expressly se?
lected for tills market.
Terms-AU sums under $1000, cash; above that
amount, thirty days, with approved City endorse 1
FITTED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.-United
States vs. one Wagon, two Moles, 11J? boxes To?
By virtue of au order of sale, to me directed
and delivered, from the Honorable the Judge of*
rhe District Court of Sooth Carolina, In the above
case, l will expose for sale, at Public Auction, in
front of the Uultcd States Courthouse, in the City
of Charleston, on SATURDAY, the 7th day ot
January, 1871, at ll o'clock A. M.,
Ten (10) boxes MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Terms cash. L. E. JOHNSON, .
deciO-thtuBft_U. 8. Marshal Dist. So. Ca. ,
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTKIOT.-United
States vs. seven Boxes Manufactured Tobacco, i.
By virtue <of aa order of sale to sie directed and
delivered, from the' Honorable the lodge of the
District Court of South Carolina, In the above
case, I will expose for Bale at patito auction, la
front of the United States Cour tho ase, in tho City
of Charleston, on SATURDAY, the 7th day of Jan?
uary, 1871, at ll o'clock, A M.
Six (6) boxes MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. _
Terms casa. L. E. JOHNSON, U S. Marshal,'
decB9-thtas3 Dlstriot of South CaroteiV
HUNT'S BL??FF FOR" SALjl
This property, one of the best Landings on
the Peedee River, will be sold at Bonnettavlllef, on
MONDAY, 16th January, 1871.
There are two hundred acres In the Traes,
enouch of which is cleared to employ the hands
and mules when not engaged in landing and *e- ,
livering goods. >
There ls a good, new Dwelling, with the neces?
sary outbuildings, at the Landing; a new Store,
Warehouse and Cotton Sheds.
A perfectly healthy residence for the Bummer
can be had within one and a half miles from the
Terms-One-third cash; the balance In one and
two years. Payment to be secured by note, with
personal security, bearing Interest at ten per
cent. ;?er annum, and a mortgage of the proper?
ly. Purchaser to pay for stamps and papers.
. JOHN WITHERSPOON,
decss-s Executor or John Boss.
Amtionms* fJrioute Sales, #c.
Wa By J. FRASER MATHEWES. ^
AT PRIVATE SALE, ONE PONY
MARE, good blood, warranted sound, and
not yet six years old. An excellent saddle nag,
and sold for no fault. May be seen in front er my
By W. Y. LEITCH & R, 8. BR?NS,
Brokers, No. 35 Bro mdt street.
AT PRIVATE S ALE.
The PLANTATION known as "Hickory
Hill," In the Parish of St. James Goose Creek, on
State Road, 46 miles from Charleston, contamine
-?ooo acres-about 800 or 1000 acres of whleh ara
cleared; well settled, all buildings necessary ona
first-class Cotton and Providion Plantation, s uah
as a dwelling house, stable, gin house and screw,
and all other outbuildings.
Terms made known upon application as above.
By J. FRASER MATHEWES,
Real EM tate Broker, No. 56 Broad Street?
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations m all parts of tho
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
COLUMBIA, a ?C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor Of this pleasantly located tai
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to tn form the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls m every respect a nrst-class HoteL
unsurpassed by any in the State*or the United
states. Situated m the business centre-of tho
city, with One large airy rooms, and a table sap
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Ptoprio
tor pledges that no efforts wUl be spared to give
perfect satisfaction tn every respect.
A fliat-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can te
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
every Train. WM. GORMAN, '
Proprietor and Superintendent
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. , aprlS-wfm
PROFESSOR 'BERGER'S BED-BUCr
Oontar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth^ Roach Exterminator
Coa tar's Rat Poison
Isaac-sen's Sure Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DB. E. BABB,
alys - (No. 131 Meeting street.