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CITY M?URS. ,
**The following fe the. War Department weath?
er report-dlvisioae of telegrams anet reports for
Ohe benefit of commerce. Observations taken
yesterday, at jig P. M.. l?cal rime, at each placet
ATr?rasta.I 30.03.53 13 |W iTTst. Clear.
Baltimore.. so.osles 0?M1. lit. rain
Charletton, S. C.r30.04?62 4 SE tfTst. Clondy.
B>y West, Fla... 30.07 76 1 - 43'm|...... ?Clopdy..
New York. 30.11 44 9 SE ICntl. Clondy.
Philadelphia.-. 30.e#3$ 8 SB jP*ntl. Cloudy.
Savannah. 30.00 66 1 s iG'ntl. Clondy.
Wilmlngton.N.C. 3o;o3 50 3 S G'ntL Lt. rain
Norfolk. aa.caj6o4 a SE Ippst foioody.
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2|.X3 : s S
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Barometer corrected for elevation and tempe
rature. . . ' " '
Meeting? ruts Day.
St. Andrew's Lodge, at 7 P. H.
Carolina Dramatic Club, at hair-past 7 P. II.
Bible Society, at 5 P. M.
THE LADIES' FDBL SQ?IETT returns ixe thanks
to Mr. Thomas S. Browning for his generous con?
tribution ot a car-load or wood, a mest'aceepta
ble donation at this time, when there are so many
applicants for wood. .
ILLNESS OF JUDGK- GRAHAM.-Owing to the
severe illness of Judge ?nsyitaam. the January tenn
of the Court nt General Sessions and Common
Pleas, for Osangeborg, wea net held, postponer
ment being made until to-day. We regret to learn,
however, t nat the Judge ls erjil.confined with a
severe attack ottyphoid fever, and has only just
commenced ?o- convalesce after < dangerous '
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-G. L. Glazener,
of Greenville, and B. L. Beaty, of Buckville, norry.
County, to be notaries public; Robert B. Leitch,
or New York, to be commissioner of deed? for'
South Carolina, and J. S. Emerson, Joshua Jami
son, Augustus T. Btoyies, J. Scott Murray, and
John C. Norton, or Anderson Cctanty. notarte*'
public; a?* Parter Crittenden, of San Francisco,
to be commissioner of deeds.
.-. . fcgag-:. ". * ? A??
FIRE_The alarm of flee on Saturday morn?
ing, about 8 o'clock, was caused by the burning or
some oakum and wooden crates at the cotton
preaemn Dalaa Wharf at t4? root or Haeef street.
The flames were observed before they bad made
much progress, and th* asna dontey. engine I
kept on the premises, being put to work at
once, bad nearly extinguished rae flrewtk-ivtae
Palmetto arrived, on ?fee sceae^ A few swashes
frOtn ; his powerful steamer pat ont' every apart
or dre in a few moments. ? There- was-lltfle or ao
damage done by the flames. \ - <
ON THE MovK.-Oa Saturday the Inhabitant
Of the lower part or Qalboon. etreet were some?
what astonished to dee'a good-size two story
house come roiling around the corner and along
the plank road frouMajteMul The building ls
the property of Mr. Jabus*^ whe resides on Cal?
houn street, and ls moving* rt? o-a?.yacenjt lot ad?
joining hta^iace of it?i?oence?At pr???nirjt IB com
ro rt ably, perched ou jhrge Tejuela near tba corner
of Cain?un oireet anuT;8af^*S^a?o^rom lt4con
srjcuooa position In tthe mid^a' QX the 3troBt, ta a
pruli?vs>aa/c^r iu?ah#K) aif pasamg th'?t way.
It has bW orton ghi ..from Will
probably fl?fill .JGs^wtuej', not TBot&ln?B*?two
hundred ywd^ot watta y* rtana^toU}*^
THE ACADKMT ur. MAtr^-^trn a long. rest,
this popular place or anmtment wRl be opened
to-night, nnder tho auspices of the well-known
Oates Cornie Opera Troupe. When-last la Chart? it
ton, Mrs. Oates, with her minstrel voice and
shapely surroundings, won the hearts of all the
theatre going community, and' coming now,
with even a stronger support then then, we may
look for a series of successes In th? Une or farce,
burlesque and oom! c opera. Ta? performance to?
night will consist of one bf Offenbach's latest
works, entitled "A Prima Donna or a Night, or
Mons. Chonfleuri at Home." Professor O'Reardon,
with his wonderful Tumbleronlcoh, will alao re?
appear and be welcomed by his admirers.
DISASTER TO* TW ?SS?OQ?R 4sLarw^!
The schooner Daylight, or Bath, ScFaddln master,
arrived at this pjfi-m- Sar?r^a^rrhnjn Baracoa.
She brought a-^p?astnger? Caphrtn 'Wyatt and
crew, late or the schooner Sue Enslow. Captain
Wyatt-reporlg tim on^hB^JSjmary, WtiBe kd?
vessel wJs _?c^ki?g ou^r r??a??^H' or Bqgacba
in company with the schooner Ooflhette for Sa?
vannah, both having Spaning, pilots on boWd, was
run into by the latter vessei'the Baslow bJngcut
to the waterfa?dgflj?oT^^^gg-^^T*^
charged, and on a surwg*4rirng held, lt was
found the damag o jate?la cost- ?xrgdy, t?. repah|
and 'h*avlng^rfor^"toNwlj^the En slow" was ohr
* po?ed of at thatjjjfc^ ^ .
MYSTERIOUS nksiPPEARx?rc?.-In Savannah,
oa Ta^^eyeab^WsV M^-Aan%ijea rgjoXged
14,d|flghTerr>?Mri WhuHearn, le?j,hefftther's
resldeu?ewtth ? smalVmirSet .basket, o?'tenslblir
for tire purpQsaai-putch?siBg>fearI aJH^oikec's
for supper, and from that time't? nie present
nothihg fia be??-hear* from-her^ thc^ghW
agented parents-have soughv fot *h?r^n>^erys
conceivable direction. The ramil ??have T?9id ed
in Sav?Tdnatrt>Rry aKo^'?ree???,^aVirx^
ll VCLVXB; parles ton (or twe^'yearaprior to their
removal here. Aunle^Mj^gihe war?14jed,wlth.
her gtant?mothe? ;tn fae SW? er^Tew'TorSr
to wnom s h a .was greatly attached-, a nj had .rxa?
quently deciami jh a t . she, mean t. t i^gpac t o iwu?
grandBiot?er j?om? \fsj nerSris next spring'?t
whlohittme lief mothe'r had promise* tosend her?'
Hotel Ari-K-ilS-Junuary liWlS.^ |
John Jl Hana, T?eV Orleans?^ D.'Pr^ce,
Louisiana; J. r. MLO.-rtlliovO.-H. tirit?, fumier:
JohnB%Halr.Soa^h ?aioUna; D^^sWth. Bon
neau's rJepot;D. "Morse, Thomas Fou?tes Ne ir
York; Wm. Wilson, WtoHS*.** J f '~^Xi .
O. P, Fltsslmons, Bi FKashnons.-Augusta.V'^- S.
Moore, Baltimore ;_Mvs. P.-S. ??ickerdju, Sav*i%;
nah; lr> Ti Hatclier^vExpress;"' W.' L." Dawson,
South Carolin?; W;-.Gr ana?, BSrofttlUft. O.' Han-:
eon and wire, BaiUiuore^B?-iT.Lawton,. Georgia ;
H. L. JOhfebh," Stn Francisco; Geo. bellera, Keltt'a
Landing; O.^.v. .-iiack, Bostohi L. P.:'Bayne, 9. P.
Brown, New Yorkf F. J, Kimball, Philadelphia ;A
A. Gales, May es vi ile; B.- Mantoae, South Carolina;
Th?s. 0!?oaaar, Mrs^CoaS?rj; Mtss P^d, fSiop\
?Ule: Rl'?r. Hood, T?nnessecfirVw. Harrison,
South Carolina-; James.E.-, LOW, Columbia: W. H.
Trescott, South Carolina; T. D. Lowther, Chicago:
Wm. 4L .Wallace, .p;:i!e,tJelpW?; A.-. McLeod,- Deli4
ware;* J. S. it. Om liol t, Pennsylvania;.!. D.* Dar?
gan, New York; John>-F.-Nell, Sonth-CaroBna: G.
Pomeroy, New York. ^ ^
...-ibi?a-BotjaEv ? ' . OLL?^&I
John S. Castello, A. 8i''Newhouse, Augusta: L.
O. Fleioher, (Joium )ia; MorrlH Duckworth, W. L.
Alley, Inp. six, New York; Jaa,, w. Whiter wife??
maid 8^ two chliare^'Phlhtdelphla: E.'B'. >Ward
and lady.De:rou ; Ml Moses, Canada; S.^TO&I
kins, F. G. De Fop taine. Geo. Ha?rai, H. H. Ha?rai,^
Hew York; F. Hopkins, two Miss Hopkins, Miss
Almy, Prevldence; Geo..Pratt, Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Browni" New York; Jae. BVL; Boiler,
Washington; Reuben Tem ll aso a, Jas. M. Alden,
Columbia; P. G. Yortghtsmd-%ire, New Jersey; J.
A. Ham! ton, Clyde, N. J.; Rev. S. F. Hotchkln,
Clay mont, Del.; Mr. and Mrs. 4. a Atwster, New
York; Madame Leo netti Florence, Italy; Chas. L.
Taylor. North Carolina; Kiss ?. E\ Wilson, George
Wilson, Georgia; Arthur Barnwell, Savannah; H.
Hen dry, Newark; W. 0. Jenks, Captain S. Crow,
eu, Chas. E. Denston, New York; W. G. Raynard,
steamer South Carolina.
FRAMES ! FRAMES-! FRAMES I-AT REDUCED
PRICKS ' AT RitDUCD PEicf? I-For Photo?
graphs and imperial bards-the greatest variety
ever seen in this city-the Ladles are especially
Invited to call at 2To. 161 Cmg street, or at the
?ase! street Bazaar. octt4-nV'
APPEAL OF IHM YOUNG AMERICA
Tb ls is not a time when unnecessary appeals
maj .he. made to, either the generosity or the sense
QI just ce ol the people of Charleston, but unfor?
tunately the general depression Intensifies indi*
vidual wants, and where the applicants for aid
are thoroughly deserving fncharacter, modest in
their demands,-and entitled by long,service to
public support, oancitizerrs cannot tum a deaf
ear to the call made upon them-a call which has
Jts origin in services rendered to the community,
and is for the direct advantage of the whole
' The Toing America Fire Engine Company was
formed la 1866, immediately after the close ?rthe
war. At that time, as now, the importance of
upholding r'he Fire Department, as our mainstay
and only certain protection, was -indy appreciat?
ed, and liberal donations wonld doubtless have
been made had the company appealed to the pub?
lic fer help. This, however, was not done. -The
members or the company, Dy their own contribu?
tions, raised the means for purchasing a band en?
gine, with which, as all Charleston knows, they did
yeoman i arrice, zn Jose, usa, encourage! to
-make farther efforts for the common good, the
company bought a steam fire engine -
the third steamer in the' Charleston Fire
Department. About $700, a small part or the
cost of the steamer, was collected from the clttl
zens, and (Ve company rematoecfheavily m debt.
It was hoped that economy and good manage?
ment would enable this to be reduced to a man?
ageable amount; but the pay of the steamers was
cut down by the City Council from $3000 to $1800
per annum, and the company found that its en?
tire income was no more than sufficient to cover
its 'unavoidable working expenses. No saving
was possible. There was the debt, and there, un?
less the citizeas Intervene, lt must remain.
The record of the Young America Fire Engine
Company ls one of which any company might
be justly proud. It has teen in active service
ever since its Tbmat?on. ?t has never misted a
ure-lt ls ready At all tunes and .auder all .circum?
stances to do whatever men may do for the se?
curity of .lire and preservation or property. But
Ure' debtor 3ico thousand five hundred dollar?
, relaxes Its energies and impairs its usefulness.
The engine has been sent to the North for repairs,
1 and wm be-prepared for any emergency. All that
Ja needed BOW is to lift the burden bf debt from '
the shoulders or the company, that Its members ?
'Dray devote all their thoughts and their every care
to the good of ?he people., .J
' The You ri g America Fire Engine Company feels
til at lt has a right to claim the assistance of the j
people of Charleston. Its needs when divided i
, ont among the -property holders whose homes it -
hail again and again, helped' to 'save from de
Btraction, .arenot by any means great. A little j
liberality and a little self-denial will set the com- ?
pony rres? and allow lt to go oa with its good work j
with new zeal and a new devotion to the Interests ;
of tee community. ? . . j
- A. committee oa anbscription* has been appoint- i
ed, and will, in due time, call open our citizens. ?
THB LAUREKS ELECTIONS.-At the election '
held on Monday last the. following council was :
elected to serve tor the ensuing year: Intendant, j
D. A. Richardson, Wardens, A. W. Kruse, B, E.
Richardson W. F. Beard, W. H. Barrett." If
THE FRUIT -TRAUE. -We are now in the heart
qf the season when thaa?ft airs of the West india
Islands waft their stores of fr nit tb the United
States. On Saturday a schooner load or oranges,
bananas, jdneappte* ' and. ??coan tits -arrived in
Charleston, consigned to fi'ajper AvKresscl. This
firm have.two schooners running regularly in-the
-trade-one rrom -Baracoa about the 15th, and the
'other rrom Havana about the flrskeT Syery month.
An average cargo is,- say -ene huirte i thousand
oranges, three hundred -dozen pineapples, and
from.thirty to 'fifty thousand cocoanuts. besides
hunches ot bananas od libitum? . '
. faa. MILKS . HOUSE. -The impression may
bave been produced by the. advertisement an?
nouncing the sale of the Mills House In February
next, that the hotel will be closed. It ls not true.
Whatever may be the legal controversy Involved
In the past history of tbs MIDS House, or whoever
may be the purchaser of the property, Its man?
agement by Mr. J. Parker will continue. This Is
the gentleman who famished, opened and con?
ducted the hotel tu 1889, and although the firm o?
Parker A Pond rs dissolved, MS Interest remains
the same, and he wilt, as before, bend every en?
deavor to achieve success. Tho noosa ls now fou,
and admirably kept: The tide of travel hitherto
delayed by warm weather.at.the North has set in,
and the hearts ot all hotel proprietors aro glad?
dened by the prospects or a good season.
SUPREME COURT, JANUARY 13, 1871.-~he
court met at rt) A. M. Present-Chier Justice
Moses, and assoclsnejustices Willard and Wright.
Tho rollo wing case? were continued by consent
of counsel: Henry^BeSrd ads. James W." Williams,
Tsaac Lalbert, et al; ads.-William Lyon. Same
vs. L. WVLyon. Same'vs^Ceorge SlOert.and wire.
The trnsteesrofthe'earatd'oTDr,John DeXaHowe
va. Vtip^Tf?caer ana* W;> ^Belcher, adm's., et
al. i.y. .owen ajid-wlfe vi. Isaac A. A i i ea and H.
T. Lyon, ?ftrs. James M?Cravej. plato tiff Ul error,
In the case of the State VB. George B.^Addison,
Mr. CffrToitwaa heard ror'.appellee.''-Tho.cases of
Rosebonmgh et'al, ads'. -Jamea&nmisnd, Rose?
borough vs. Rutland et ai, and the same ads.
Rntijtnd, were- heard- togfthec. Mr. ti an oil for,
appellants. Mr. Rion ror appellees. -
At 3P. M. thc conr. adjourned tutu Monday,
.10th, at io A.M.
ANDWISBoaayjB CoMPANT,.or CINCINNATI,
OHio^-Ttiis con-pany baa been a marvellous suc?
cess, with Us million of dollars paid up ca?h capi?
tal. The confidence reposed by Western meu in
-the Integrity and ability of its founder and presi?
dent, has been exemplified not only in the rapid
subscription to its stock In considerable excess of
the required million of money, but lu its splendid
business and premium* receipts or $60,000 per
month, OT $2000 par ?lay, in cash.
.Everything ls transacted with the regularity or
ciocS-work, and its business mores*along as easi?
ly and wtth as little 'friction aa with the oldest
companyju the land; The work of years has been
crowded into months, and has been well and tho?
It is sought to make; the "Andes" a great na?
tional company, Cincinnati being the centre of.
the settled and commercial portion or tho Unlt'd
States; and the New York Times'?ays of this giant
company : "lr. is our opinion-that it will do much
to remove pei ty see Moimi differences, and to
place the business of underwriting upon a broad
national, basis." r-tt.*
We understand the company have under con?
sideration the establishment or an agency in
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court
was opened at io o'clock Saturday morning, ins}
Honor Judge Bryan presiding. '. * !
Ex parte J. W. Burbidge, assignee, in re A. Wick
man. .Ordered, that the assignee proceed to sell
the teal estate and apply the proceeds of sale as
Christopher Green, for neglect or duty a? man?
ager, six months' imprisonment and a flue of
ailbert Sheppard, for same offence, nine months'
Paul Singleton, for attempting to rescue a pris?
oner from au ofilcer, six months' imprisonment
and to pay the costs of proseo ut iou.
Dampy Brown, Edward Spring and Isaac
Grant, found guilty of vitiating the election law,
falling-to appear for sentence, bench warrants
were ordered to-be Issued forthwith for their
Ex parte Thoe. J. M. Millian. Petition for habeas
corpas for sou of w..M. Millian, a minor, enlisted
In tbe United States army, Company I, 18th Regi?
ment, stationed at the Citadel. Ordered, that a.
habeas carpus be Issued commanding the officer
at the Citadel, Colonel Jho. Christopher, to bring
tho body of the minor into court, at io o'clock A.
M. on Monday, the 16th, and show cause why ho
should not be discharged from the military ser?
The court then adjourned nntn io o'clock this
BiSERYE TOUR SEATS for to-night at the
Academy of Hosie. The box office in the vesti?
bule of the Academy will be opea at the usual
"RANGE or THERMOMETER at Joseph Black?
man's drag store, No. 39 Broad street, January 14:
Eight o'clock, 58; 10, 62; 12, '64; 2,64;' 4, Cl; 0, 61;
8, 60; 10, 60. January IS: Eight o'clock, 64; 10,
67-12, 69;v2, .69._y ^ ? . ,
THE CHARLESTON AND MANHATTAN*.-These
splendid side-wneel steamships, with spacious
and elegant deck state-rooms, will leave for New
York on the 17th and" ZTet instants respectively.
The company ara act erminea to be np to the mark
mousiness mat:era, and offer te give tbrough
bnie of laden -ow cotton- to Liverpool forix -i- oa
sea islands and. Vd on apiands. Passengers win
find these steamships second to none in their ac?
Cierna' AND. -?TARS.-Two men, reported*tor
violating a city ordinance by digging clay in
Simons street and hauling the same away in their
carts, were each fined $10.
One woman and three men, all white, arrested
for indulging too freely their taste for ardent
spiri ts, were pardoned upon dur?rent excuses. -
Carrie Toney, reported for keeping a houseOf j
111 fa me on Market street, was ordered to vacate |
before the 18th instant.
j , larris.-Mrs. Elizabet h Emerson, widow of an
I ot? i evolutionary soldier, died in Anderson County
j on tlae-29th of November last - She waa born In
I Ireland, on the Uta of Aug usi, lTfO, and was'con
j sequent ly upwards of on e hundred years old, at J
I the time of "her death. Her parents removed tb j
this country when she wis quite a child, and the |
last sixty years of her Uf? were spent ia Anderson
ObnlHtj? , ';.
Mr. David Vance, a venerable citizen ot Lau
I reos,, died at his residence on Little River, in the
' lower part of the district, during last week.
[ A FIGHT AND CAPTURE.-J wo men who bad
' fortified themselves with too much liquor and ?
i were very boisterous in consequence, were re?
quested by the policeman In Calhoun street, on
.Friday night, to keep quiet. They resented thia j
! Interference in the most summary manner, and
'both assaulted the police. The disturbance at?
tracted reinforcements to the aid'of the police,
.anil af ter a general fight thc two disturbers ol the
?peace were captured. After a night In the Guard?
house, they were brought beiore the Mayor next
: morning and sentenced each to pay a tine of $10,
or go to the House of Correction for twenty days.
, ORDINATION or THE BTV. O. F. GREGORY_
The First Baptist Church, .ta Church, street, was
'filled last evening with a numerous congregation
to witness this Interesting ceremony, which was I
performe ' .yapresbytery, consisting of theRevsi
F.. T. Win uer, L. H. Shuck und T. R. Gaines. ' The
services for the evening were conducted by the |
1 Rev. E T. Winkier, who delivered an eloquent and
instructive discourse on the aims, qualifications
and duties of a minister of the a os pe L At .the
end of this address, the Rev. Q. F. Gregory ad?
vanced ta the pulpit and knelt. The Reva. L H.
Shuck and T. B. Gaines then placed their hands |
upon the head of the kneeling candidate, and the
solemn ceremony was performed in the most im?
THE GRAND BALL OP-THE FREUNDSCHAFTS- I
BUND.-The grand masked ball of the German
Freundscbaftibnnd will takeplace o%ncxt'Thnrs
day week, the 26th instant. "Great preparations
are making, and it ls not doubted that the ball
will be even more successful than that which took
place at the Hibernian Hall, last season. The
new hall of the Freundschaftsbund ls a glorious
haunt fer the votaries of Terpsichore, and will
have a masquerade christening worthy of its
massive style and elegant appointments. Tickets
for the. ball for strangers may be .obtained from
members of the committee. All persons present
must be masked, and lt may be noted that Von
Saaten is prepared to furnish masks, dominoes (
and fancy coatuuies of every description.
. THE BOLD BURGLARS.-A bold burglar made
a recofrd attempt to break futo No. 8 Rrtleflfce
avenue at about 3 o'clock on Saturday morning
last. On the former occasion the B. B. contented
blraself with trying to rorce the front door open
with a "Jimmy," but on Saturday he executed a
flank movement, and was industriously chipping
out a pane of glass at the ride of the door when
the pane tell to the ground With so great a clatter
that the B. B., happily for him, decamped instan?
ten The R. B. expected to put his band through |
the sash and unlock the front door-all which he
might have done, provided that the pane had not
fallen, and if the key lad-been there. Rutledge
.avenue seems to bc a favorite place with the B.
B.'s, but they go to work so clumsily that there is
ST. PAUL'* CHURCH.- The interior of .this
venerable e.??tice has of lat9 been subjected to
several improvemeuts, which, without altering
the'???eral appearance bf'the church,'win add
considerably to the comfort of the congregation
and Lue.lucorpe of. the vestry. .The pews which
originally extended to the wall, near the entrance,
have been removed three deep botween the two
side aisles, by which a convenient space fs formed
at the entrance lor the accommodation of a hand?
some stove, and a standing-place for the congre?
gation upon euteriug the church. The twelve
pews thus taken up by this space have' not all
been lost, but eight of them are now placed in the
centre of the church, thus fliting np the aisle
which crossed the church from one side
door to the other. These eight pews from
their central, position are much more sought j
after, and will command a much better rent
thar, was received from the twelve near the
wall. The aisles have all boan, freshly carpet?
ed, and with the new position or the pulpit ?
and other changes in the chancel, the church pre?
st nts a handsome appearance. It ls also proposed
to replace the preseut plain glass or the chancel
whh beautiful stained gio* s. The Christmas deco?
rations yet remain upon the galleries and chan?
cels, and seem to have retained their freshness
in a wonderful degree.
BURGLARS^ FORO BBS AND THIEVES PROM NEW
YORK-A REGULAS GANG BROKEN Dr.-On Satur?
day night, Thomas Rooney, James M. Butler, Jno.
D. Brien, James Carr and Richard Casey were ar?
rested by Officers Davis and Burke, and taken to
the detective office, charged with burglary,
rorgery and larceny. After having beeu incar?
cerated for some time, one or thc five became
com'nun (cati ve, and, by di ut of questioning and
his previous knowledge or the airalr, the officer
obtained the followiag account of the orowd and
. heir doings: In November last, the men above
named, with one other cornpanlon not yet cap?
tured,-came to this city Irom New York, with the
ostensible purpose or getting work, and with a
private one best Knt?wu to themselves. They en?
tered the employment of Mr. O'Keefe, and were
engaged In runulng the telegraph line along the
South Carolina Railroad.. .
Last week they were working near Fidirevllle,
when Mr. O'Kecfe was taksn sick and confined to j
his bed. The gang now formed a conspiracy to j
rob. forge and steal, and the deliberate business?
like manner in which the details of the plan were
carried oat,shows how practiced, were the hands
engaged. On Wednesday morning t iey broke
open Mr. O'Keere's boxes while he was tn the vil?
lage of Rldguvillfi lu bed, ead stole all his cJothtag
aud money. They next broke open a loaded car
on thc turnout and supplied themselves with pro?
visions of all sorts. This was common work, but
thc forger of the gang ncw came forward in his
prob ssion il character, and a neat pass for the
party oh the South Carolina Railroad waa duly
made out, signed and perfectly fixed up. .With
this pass'the whole party took the afternoon train
and came to this city on Wednesday evening.
A pay roll waa then made out in due
form, with Mr. O' Keefe's name forged to lt, and
taken before a trial Justice, where one of the gang
made an affidavit as to Its genuineness. This
document wa next carried to a respectable mer?
chant of this place, who. without hesitation, gave
them $180 upon lt. Meantime, the news having
come from Rtdgevllle of the robberies committed
there, the matter was referred to the detectives,
who on Saturday eight arrested the four above
namedindivlduais. Several or the party are said
to be escaped convicts irom Sing Sing. The like?
nesses of the whole gang will betaken shortly and
forwarded to the detectives or New York.
TRIBUTS OF RESPECT.
At aa extra meeting of Hook and Ladder Com?
pany, No. l, held on the evening of the 9th inst.,
the following preamble and. r?solu:lone were
Whereas, It has, pleased an all-wtye Providence
to remove from a career of useful a ess and honor
our beloved, esteemed ind lamented friend, Capt.
Joseph Hilton, whose immortal spirit winged ita
flight towards Its Maker's throne, at Bergen N. J.,
simultaneous with tiiebtrttrof the new year.
j .Captain' Hilton came tethis etty }?sf arter the
I close of the war, and soon resolved to settle here,
so much did he admire a brave and warm-hearted
people, who, though conquered by an army In
which, he baa beld * projnjuent' position, could jet
' extend to him the hand of. good fellowship, and
greet him with the soarteous hospitality he so well
deserved.* i?.-.-" -
He was a mab or g?nerons impulses, genial
m anne ra, holiest tu speech'had action, a choice
'. spirit st the restive board, firm and brave ia the
hour of danger. Ere long he numbered among
hts friends a host of the worthiest of oar citizens,
old and young. Be was the founder of Hook
and Ladder Company, No. 1, and our houorod
and emelen; foreman sp to the period or his de?
parture f jr his Northern home, necessitated by
lu health, the fatal termination of which we. are
now called upon to monro. Therefore, be lt unan?
imously ? f y .
Resolved, That the loss sustained by Hook and
Ladder Company, No. l, when our friend and
founder left ns to return .to his Northern home,
I ?as beeil irr ens! fl ed and rendered irreparable,
anil that the fntelligeceaof the death or Captain
Joseph Hilton calls forth$ur sincerest grief, and
fills our hearts with deepest sorrow.
Resolved, That in token OT our profound esteem
for his character, and respect for his memory, our
halt be draped In blick, our members wear the
j usual badge ol mourning for thirty days, and-a
' blank,page tn our minute book Oe dedicated to
. his memory. ' ' ""
? Resolved. That a pipy of this praamble and
. these resolutions be forwarded tq fie fimliy or
thc deceased, and that this be published in the
dally papers or th? city.
Extracts from the minute??.
..vr". '.' ? J. H. Loxa, secretary.
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?J. UT?IBVfB'-ar RESPECT.
At a Regular Communication of Strict Ob?
servance Lodge, No. 73, A. F. M., held on the eve?
ning "br the 6th instant, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously adopted : -
"We are once more called upon at this, our
monthly assemM-a to li?te the, vacant places of
those who are fBe, and to realize that friends
have left us whim we miss, and for whose loss
we sorrowi "Bound together as we are by the
teachings of oar Order, In addition to the ties
which would otherwise cement our friendship,
meeting as we dp lu a cont Inna! relation of
brotherly lore and affection, Death ls, indeed, to
.us an unwelcome visitor.
Two are absent tonight ! Two have left us and
winged their way, as we trust, to a better world
on high. J ,
One was with ns boV a 'few weeks ago, In the
bloom of youth, In the rnllneas of health and
strength and manly vigor, and in the bright
promise of along and userai Ufe; with the fresh
garland of opening manhood upon his brow, he
went la and "out among ns, blithe Sad cheerful,
with a merry word, or a pleasant look for us all.
We numbered him as a friend, and counted upon~
ve ry many hours of social communion with him.
? Burras rt were in a moment, with no warning
save a two days'slcfcnes?, he was snatched away
from ns, and we carried him to his grave with
our hands still warm from hts true-hearted grasp.
Now we see his empty chair, and we realize that
he ls no more, and that one brother less remains
taus. Wo think or Eugene W. West, and our
hems are heavy and sad.
The other has been long absent from our
gatherings, and we heard only ot him as our inva?
lid brother.- Step by step, and as it were, inch by
inch, he has gone down Into the grave, and we
have lain him down with the Masonic hand or
brotherhood to sleep his last sleep. But as we
turned away rrom his new made grave, the sad
real ty was forced upon ua, that yet another, and
he a true and wc thy brother, was stricken from
our midst, and that while even yet mourning un.
der the -stroke' of bereavement; our Lodge was
called once moro to sutler lu the loss Of W. H.
Williams. Therefore, be it unanimously
Resolved, That In the death of Eugene W. West
and W. IL Williams. Strict Observance Lodge ha*
lost worthy and true members, and we each have
been deprived of friends indeed. .
Resolved, 'I hat we mourn their lo=s, knowing
that their places cannot euslly be fille 1. and that
we haye lost good men and true, upon whom we
could hare relied lu any tlino of need.
Resolved, That in testimony of our esteem and
respect" a copy or this preamble and resolutions
be forwarded to the families of the deceased,
with assurances of our sympathies In their deep
Resolved, Thar a blank page lu enr Minute
Book be dedicated to their memory, and that this
preamble and resolutions -be published lu the
Courier and DAILY NEWS.
OLAKHNCE WAONBR, Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
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*j? ' . ?- ?
.CHARLESTON, S.O., January 4,18T1.'
At a reg?ter meeting of the Lafayette Artil?
lery Charitable Association, held this evening, the
following preamble and r?solut lons were anani
mou?ly adopted: - .
A few short months have elapsed since we
burled our friend and comrade, the lamented'
Emile, the eldest sou of him whom we now sadly
commemorate. That event was marked by the
presence ef an aged, veteran father, bowed by grief
and years, standing over the tomb or his lost son,
mourning over the vicissitudes or time and for?
tune. What a rent death has made in our circle*
In less than a year lt has laid low father and son
-the most devoted friends of oar organization,
the pillars, they might be considered, of our
charitable ed" lfice.
Colonel Kanapaux's Hie wa9 Identified with the
first establishment, and the successful develop?
ment, of the artillery branch of the militia organ?
ization tn this State. The " Artilleurs Francais "
was formed In 1812. Hs was for a time honored
with the command of this veteran corps. Be
commanded first as major and subsequently, as.
colonel of the first battalion- and regiment
of artillery that was ever formed In Charles?
ton, and in such capacity won for himself high
praise as a tactician and disciplinarian. He
waa the embodiment of military zeal and
ardor, and dedicated his best efforts to pro?
mote the welfare and independence of his dear
old State. This ambition for military enter?
prises he imparted to his sons, five in number, all
of whom-were, up to the breaking ont of the late
war and daring the same, actively engaged as
omcers and privates In the same old company, to
the success of which he devoted so much of his
time and energy. For these things especially, ns
well as for thc part he took as an honorary member
or this, association, will he be remembered In the
years that are to come. He was by nature genial
and" ho's pi table, generous and confiding-traits
whioli endeared him to his numerous friends. He
was sensitively. alive to the appeal* for charity,
aud only repined that fortune did not favor him
io answer as bountifully as his heart prompted
all such calls apon his benevolence. May those
who inherit his name cherish the precious legacy
he lins bequeathed-the memory or a long ure ac?
tively spent in doing good; and may the recollec?
tions or his example never rade rrom the minds or
the members Of the " Lafayette Artillery Chari?
table Association." Therefore, be lt
Resolved, That the death of Colonel Charles
Eanapaux has fallen upon ns with heavy grief,
and we deplore his loss as a special bereavement
to his old comrades and companions.
Resolved, That a page io onr minute book be
dedicated to hi? memory: that copies of this pre?
amble and resolutions be communicated to the
surviving members of hts afflicted family, and be
published in the daily papers.
Extract from the Minutes.
Secretary L. A. C. Association.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at 13, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NK wa Job Office.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is 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 hare his card printed on
? a- vj 2 ir mfa ? jr o> 2 ? fcft.
MULES. -A fine lot of muleB will bc offered
for. sale at soc Lion, by Mr. J. F. Mat a ewes, on
Tllarsday, tile 19ch instant.
R?BTic Goops I Beatie GOODS !-Sloe- and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets,, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No, 1 si King street. o ct 18
ATTENTION,. TorarsTs,-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No* 101 King street,
or afc the Hasel atreet'Bazaar. novit
fe LADOH and 'grow fat, use Che Old Caro?
lina Bitters; ?
THOSE who put their trust in the medicinal
virtues of the* Old Carolina Bitters, will not be
disappointed. . ^ ._\
PHOTOGRAPH ALB?MS, irr leather blnOrngs,
?holding fifty pictures, Tic. and 900. each, at No.
Ml King street; also at the Basel street Baaaar.
oe 110-mtu C H AS. 0, RIGHTER A Co.
Frrrr PIOTUKB ALBUMS, tn velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Basaar and lol Sing street,
A KEW Lor ol mercantile Note Paper, Ave
qui rea for 50c., at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street. - . ' * oct 10-mlu .
INDIGESTION can he speedily removed by the
timely nae ot that Sterling Remedy.,. Old- Carolina
Patent Merino -
A LABOE VARIETY OF NEW GOODS
FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
At Extremely Low Prices.
E. s cl) T rsl
STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING "STREET, OPPOSITE HARKET.
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
WE ARE NOW CLOSING OUT OUR
FALL AND WINTER OOODS
AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN
Our Stock is LARGE and SELECT, comprising:
CLOTHS AND 0A8SIMERE8,
OILCLOTH, ?toe, 4c.
OCtSl No. 244 KING STREET.
JOSEPH W. HARBISS05PS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
' No. 62 QUERN STREET, CHARLESTON, 3. 0.
Patent Thief Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Lear, Chewing
aud Smoking TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana and Domestic Cigars Imported and
mannractured by WM. SCHRODER, who respect
fullv invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
aud traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock rolly
comprising every variety of quality and urbes,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which la
offered at the lowest cash rates. All orders from
the country win receive prompt attention and
shipped C. 0. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
JL. LUNSFORD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to inform
the people of Charleston, and of the State, that
he ls still carrying on hts old business, at Na 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece ol
Furniture or any description. He also manufac
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Choir-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Customers may rely upon the per?
formance of work In a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, large
size, $3?0; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that the contents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or inferior arti?
cles. J. L. L?NSFORD, P. B. H.
Cloding ano iamieiiing ?flooe
JX>?BL?-BREA?TED SACKS| :
PRINCE OF WALES FROCKS
ENGLISH MORNING COATS ?
SILK AND VELVET VESTS,-?ld ._
LOW PRICED BUSINESS; ISTJTTS.
CASHMERE. MERINO . . -
SHAKER, BRITISH, and
SCARLET AND WHITE SHAKER FLANNEL
COTTON FLANNEL AND,?ANS
CARTWRIGHT AND WARNER'S
S TIPER 8T0UT COTTON
. SCARLET AND WHITE; ALL-WOOL .,
. CGLORED AND WHTEE HERrSO.-L
.J.', TRUE PIT SHIRTS
HENSINGTON. FLORENCE ' . ?'.
v> FRANKLIN, GUARDS
BISHOP AND PARAGONS
THE TRUNK PAPER COLLARS-"AND
ENGLISH BUCK, CALF t A*?5
- DOG, 'KID. BEA VSR - r . -
SILE. CLOTH, and
FL E EC ED-LINED COTTON.
GUYOT " ?_'
VIENNA TRAVELLING BAGS
TRUNKS, LAP BORES and t, "?.
ROBES DE CHAMBRE and
For elegance, ease and comfort to' tbe
weeder, these Goods are recommended with
J. H. LAWTON ft CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BEDING.
PASSENDER. TRAINS on this Road mn dally as
Leave Charleston. .8.90 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.8.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah'.i..-li.is A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?.? P. M.
Connects-at Savannah with the Atlantic A Gnu
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
point? in Florida.
With Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for pointa on the Savannah
At Charlton with thc Northeastern and Sooth
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships lor ail points
North and. West. ~ .
Through Tickets over this line oh sale at Hotels
m Ch aries! on ; Sere ven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket ornees North and South. .
Freights forwarded daily to and: from Savan?
nah and all points beyond, i .. ? . r ?
Through Bills of Lading issued-to Jacksonville,
Pala t ta, Ac
Tariff as low as by any other line.. ?
a S. GADSDEN,
octa Engineer and Superintendent.
?J^ORTKE ASTEEN RAILROAD.
Trams leave Charleston dally at 9.80 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.30 P. M. -
Arrive at Charleston 7.20 A. M., (Mondays ex
cepted,).and S P. M.
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M.. malees through con?
nection to New York via Richmond and A quia
Creek only-going through In t? hours, and with?
out detention on Sunday.
Tram leaving at e:30 P. M., haveehoice of route
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route vu
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Passengen leaving
Friday by this train lay over on Sunday in Baltl
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
in Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls tue cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, chicago and other points.
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains ol
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and superintendent.
P. L. Cm AFOB, General Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTENDS i-b Vt FI0E, 1. ?
OHASLXSTON. S. C.. blay ll, 1870. j -_
On and after Sunday. May j?th, the Passenger
Trains upon the Sout 14 ?> toona Railroad will ros
Leave Charles toa. -.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. M.
FOR COLUMBIA. V
Leave CnarlestoR.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.i.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.".8.04 A, M.
Leave Columbia. 7As A. at
Arrive at Charleston."a.so P. ?T
A?eCSTA NIGHT XXP1U8S. v -
. (Sundays excepted.) 1 ..
Leave Charleston... .8. jo p. M.
Leave Augusta.e.co P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.~.7.06 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.:. .AM A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXraiSS.
Leave Charleston..7.80 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 JO P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.-..0.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.60 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..<-lo P. M
Leave Summerville..7.10 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.81 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WBDNKSDAYB and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden aud Ringville daily, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with np and down Day Pas?
sengers at Kingville, .
Leave Camden.8.36 A. ?L
Arrive at columbia.11.00 A. M
Leave Colrjurbta.if..LOOP. M.
Arrive at Camden.ii-~-U~\-?J' *
H. T. PEAKE,
may 13 General Superintendent.
OUT H ERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 389 King street, where DYEING in all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and In the best style.
I. BILLER, French Dyer,
No. 859 King fctreet, near corner George street.
Suction $a\e$-?~future mops.
<V.r No. 5a Fiioad itreet. cg
T^TViTLIiINi3 HOUSE AND. LARG E LOT,
lr No. 4 Beaufaln street, .at-Pjiblia action, oa
To-Morrow, tbs lilli insfaat, ?t toe north of th?
Tp-*10RRi>W, the llth Instant, at ll o'clock, A.
M., at the Ola Exchange, .J wm sea, without any
manner of reserve, . , ~ ...
AU that dealrabte and well located PROPERTY
known, as So. 4 Beaufaln street, consisting of a
Brick Dwelling House,ihrae storiesInhelguT, con?
taining nine room?, with cook and wash ?tchea?
cistern, and 00 ny enlaat out-houses. In the reg* of
the front house, approached thrga?ha MttnU
entrance, are taree BMflK BO?XiWSBB two sto
lu suca a man uer ?a to produce a remunerative
Terms- One-kai' cash; remainder in one ?ad
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of tie
property sold. Interest payable eeml^iemffly,
insurance and pokey ase?raeO; porche .er totfiOp
for papera ;uid stamp*. TiUe lad In un mb le. Kr
farther information apply ag above' " Jana,
Itv H. H. BeLEON. ,>-> "
VALUABLE EUILSI NO LOTS.
I will seh on TUESDAY next, January w,
1871-, at the Old Postofflce. at ll a'cloct,, *. ?
AU that LOT OF LAND, at corner or Charca,
street and St MlAaeft afl?y, betng 21 feet front ox
Church street and isa feet <ioep, nore /? lesa.
On Ulis lotU a good brlct kitchen,* pow rented.
Thia Ua-dne stand for a grocery store, .
ALSO, . * .
AR that LfiT UK LAND on south si de of O-uaber
land street, near Church street, 26 feet front Abd
8?reetdeep,'i?ewoYfts8. ;' ' ', * -rv*.
Tarj-?caak> Purcfeaeers to pay H. H. DeLSOS
for papereand stamps, . ?, ... - , _ ^/Janlf^,
By JEFFORDS k CO.
rymsam -^giaocERY STjogEAlFp
V>* netwehuM HMMfaNfMt, sotrttiwesf corner
Columbus and Haass a neeta* ? > -., r ; ::
The -cernten? or above Store; co?ftetm* or?
good aseorttoea*** GROOEfttas,- crecfissy^c
Also, a lot of .floaaehcld F?RNlTmiE^. ?^??
CondiaohB cash; 'jwE
Bf A.C. ?eGILL? VBA?, '
rTVHE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ??
X Edlate Isl?n* va.. Mawfca ? aahroofc Jfc.,?.
Seabrook. J. E. Seabrook sad J. E. -fidtagiiAd
mlnrsfrafonior WifTlivm'Seabrook', deceased. " '
By vi rtaeef-a writ of FierFFacISa tome deW- '
ared, will be ?olden MONDAY, thc Kb -?ay ofPs*
* All that PLANTAiSON tttn-fted on EMsto"
and, known as "Oaii Waa*" measarrag 4?
acres, more oe.lesa: hatting and rK)anding.nor>h
and east oh Russell* Cree*, south.r^Lssdsg
Jamel A>p*dcsfitr &ad Edward 0; Whalay,ann
wesu? kanda-ei F. leetegusv - :.S?
- By J.-FfiA-$ER MATHE WES.- ' "*
Swns&nsm YTSK wonK HTJLEB
WUl be Bold on THURSDAY nest, iMUaxttiHt
at half ian IQ pjclock, at ny office,.,
Terms-U?der $200, cash; above "?00, siOTTajTs'
approved orty^c^eptaacos. *.'-*jnfir^
By J. BBAINW FWK
VALUABLE tBOE >PLiljr?JrTION Af
o'clock A. Mr, ?'".?*' -;'
That valuable RICE AND 00ITON- P^AN?A
TI0N, es the western oranch of Qooner Kl var,
kn>waae MWappal*ela>? 24 mBea ?oraK^hatle?
ton and 2* miles rroaa ibxawberry rieest-oathe
Sortheaaiern Railroad, lt -e<roialitt43 -ton*
Haaw H* j8**! ^ P?*w Sloe.-Last, t6e*era?4sB>
Cotton or Provisions, and TlJ a^ra^or*VtooOaf
Land, he the same atoreor liss*. On- pfififc
are a larg? Steam Rice Tb reen I ce Md Oatn J?C
sow in wQsalag order ;^arge stable, Oom Heaae*
f?fteen laborer's hoaaes, aad a targe Mana**??*
outbuild tugs vaU to good condition. It ls ?accesi?
ble by a good read to .the "Barrow*," * wry
healthy sumA?r resort, about 6% mtiee diataOA,
Terau-One-third cash; balance pa?oleta ona
and two years lu equal annual InaaalmwrtBrWlci 1
Interest on same, payable abaa&y,-.eeci?ed-by
bond ef purchaser and mortgagn of premise*;
Parchaaer to pay J. D. Ford for necessary papers
and stamps. _, . Janl4-?lmwMtnl
BjT rv-;*!, IWHCK Ss R. K>jjjjj!fe
/' Aveal?neen. . -.-'.r.. / ?Sa
?tJTTEEL ESTABLISHED BAKERY, J?.
YT" . 97 King street, near Broad.
war be sold on TUESDAY, nth lastant, at tte
Old Poatofllce, at ll o'clock, ^ .
That thre? story BRICK. BAKERY AND JMfliL
LING,"with a well arranged store, on the pxfir
mises are a doable Brick Kitchen, Bake Rouse
and Ovens, and a large Cistern. . . '-T -
This property ls Weil situated and the stand well
known as a first-class .Bakery.
Lot measures 60 feet iront by 158 feet la depth.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with Interest: purchaser, to insure th/lbiiiMb
tngs and assign policy, also to pay f?r naper?- and
stamps and au Uxes payable lu the ye&rlS?L
' J?"1? X
Rndi?smns' Pt?oatc Sake, &?Z
By J. FRASEE MATHEtY?w.
?? P. RIV A T ?B S AX ??i j
A desirable BUiLDINO LOT, Np. l*6s?JMf
street, one door nerta af Wentworth street^ nom
OityRMUoad. Thflrearo-ftbout MooBrlrdca oathe
Heal Bataft* Br?*er, So.MBr^StW*,
AT ?P B? f B SAL'K^,'. ? ?*.. '
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quallt*and>
locations. . ... r
Rice and Cotton Plantation* mall parts of the
State, ...... -.VJ
City Residences, Stores, Ballding Lots sad
Parma. - . ?:' : ecW.ftfaa^
Jj ? B A L CAB OL I Wtr??F?
\ ...? ~* .<?
What Ls the Doty of the HootvO. Wyatt AOren;
Cotton Culture bi India. British Commissioner's
Report; Pear Culture,. David z. Evins, oX Mar?
land; Beat Oraaaea for-the Sooth, Dr. 0. L. Isa?'
ter, of North Carolina; Beiden -Lily of Japan, H?
A, Drear, of Philadelphia- Guava and QateAflt
Florida, W. N. Hart, of Florida; Angora font fi
the South, D. H. Jacques; The Sheen AcacOL
Ohas. B. Podge, of Wash Lng ton; Tanning, (nesr
proceas,) a F. Panknla.;.Goethe .und Fredartaa, P.
?.JCalnne. > . -
Also, many other valuable aird interesting
Single copies, 25 cents. Subscription,.%&per
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