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* The following Is the War Department weath?
er report-divisions of telegrams and reports for
tue bencat or commerce. Observations taken
yesterday, at 4:57 P. H., Charleston time.
Aa~". s ta..
Cbarle-ton. S. C.
Key West, Fla...
N WI PI'st.
Barometer corrected tor elevation r.nd tempe?
Meeting? THU Day.
Charleston Floating Dry Dock Company, at
R. W. Grand Encampmeut I. O. O. F., at half
past 7 P. II.
Auction Sales Tn I s Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postofflce, real estate.
J. Fraser Muthewes will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postofflce, real estate.
J. Drayton Ford wiU sell at ll o'clock, at the
fe't Postofflce, real estate and securities. -. -
Laurey St Alexander WEI sell at 10 o'clock at
their store, potatoes, shoulders and sundries.
John G. Milnor A Co. will sell at io o'elock, at
their store, cloth cloaks, shop goods, Ac.
A. ii. Abrahams A Sons will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, dry goods, hosiery, Ac.
RANGE OF THU THERMOMETER at Joseph
Blackman's drug store, Na 39 Broad street, Janu?
ary 23: 8 o'clock, 50; 10, 63; 12, 59; 2, 61; 4, 58;
6, 56; 8, 56. __
THE BUSKS CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.
The anniversary or this ancient society will be
celebrated on the evening of Wednesday, the 25th
Instant, by a supper at Kroeg*s hall.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS_Jerome P.
Chase, cf Darlington County, and William B. Al?
lison, of York County, have been appointed by
Governor Scott as notaries public.
FOR GENOA.-It Is noteworthy that the brig
Flora, tor which Hunt Brothers Sc Co. are now ad?
vertising tor cotton to complete the cargo, ls the
nr.-t vessel which has been put up for Genoa since
I. O. O. F_It is said that at no distant day
thc Lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fel?
lows of this olty are to have a splendid fair. The
object ls to raise funds for the purpose or assist?
ing them to carry out the charitable principles,
and otherwise advance the Interests ot their hon?
INQUEST.-Coroner Taft held an inquest yes?
terday morning at a bouse In Church street over
?rene body of a colored woman named Mary Tidde
man, who had died suddenly the day before with
.out the attendance of a physician. The jury re?
tuned a verdict that the worn an.came to her
death from congestion of the lungs, brought on
.by neglect. _^
THE IMPROVEMENT OF OUR HARBOR.-In the
United States Senate on Thursday, Mr. Sawyer
submitted the following resolution, which was
considered by unanimous consent and agreed to:
Resolvei, That the Secretary of War be directed
to inform the renate whether surveys of Charles?
ton harbor have been completed in accordance
with the provisions of the second section of the
act or Congress or July ll, 1870; and ir so, to sub?
mit estimates ortho amount needful to complete
the Improvements shown by said survsys to be
ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-The '.reasurer of the
Lee Monument Association respectfully acknowl
edges the receipt of the following subscriptions:
?Church of Holy Communion, (additional,) $5;
St. John's, Richland, (additional,) $5; Kingston
Presbyterian Church, Oonwayboro', $5; donation,
$1-total, $R There was an error In thc list last
week. The sum or $50 was given by the Second
Presbyterian Church, and should have been so ac?
REDUCED TO A STOMP.-London Grant, who
was badly frost-bitten on Christmas eve hight,
while lying down drunk In the road near GUllson
vtlle, Beaufort Oounty, was taken to the City
Hospital, where he has since been staying. Yes?
terday raornlrg his-r^ght leg waa- amp ut ite? a
few inches below the knee," by Dr. Buist, the Bur
/ geon of the hospital, and In a few days lt will be
necessary to take efl the lef t foot. - These opera?
tions are rendered necessary t>y the gangrene
which set In from ihtxeffects or the frost.
THC STEAMSHIP ?SEA* GU tis,-A; telegram 're?
ceived here yesterday a'ated tha?"this steamship,
on ber passage from Baltimore lor this city, had
collided with a schooner near Cape " Hatteras,
aini^ag the latter. The amount of. Injury to the
Sea Xfufl was hot stared, nor whether she fia'd re?
turned to Baltimore or coatftm?d on her voyage.
The Sea Gull had on hoard a valuable cargo for
tunfclty." syr?ra? ~
Since the above, we !caru.tUa:,the Sea Gull ls In
Hatteras Inlet, leaking badly/
Tag- ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE^ Woajf.s;-This
company, the stock of which was taken a few
months since with the most favorable prospects,
having completed their establishment and placed
their machinery in the most perfect working con?
dition, are now turning out a first-class guano,
which ls belBg offered by their agents, Messrs.
Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., on Brown A Ca's wharves.
This article ls attracting matti attention, and is
sow going ftrward to planters Inconsiderable
quantities. The guano is pat np in neat packages
ready for shipment, and cultivators or the soil
wiU do well to give it a trial, as lt promises to be
among the best cir laud stimulants.
THE WORKING CHRISTIAN'S CHDRCH.-The
Sev. Tilman R. Gaines, editor or the Working
Christian, of this city, ba3 been laboring also
os missionary In the upper wards of this olty for
some months past,.aa d has succeeded in consti?
tuting a'church for the laboring classes. The
Held ls qotte promising and the work a nob1e=?ne.
>A,near* iikuvchapellB to pa_ built- on Itched ge
avenue, near Sptlng street, for the accomodation
or this infant church and the Interesting Sunday
school under their charge. A^the members of
tass charon, and oonKrrgaiton-areor the working
classe/, and limited in rr jr idly goods, any. assist?
ance given them IwbnlldlEg their house of wor?
ship-would be well -bestowed."-- Mr. Gaines has
n?gn. very aqcoessf al ?a other-pla?es lo the State
ia similar effort-, -in e the war he organized a
cJBrcb. or the'working? people of Yoi ?ville, and
built them a hand sou ?a ho use or worship, much or
lt at his own expense, such a work is muon
needed In thepart pr : bis; city where he now labors.
Those who wish to aid In this worfc can send their
-donations wine offioe of th? 'Working chris ti in,
No. 63 Hase; stree:.
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Hotel Arrival?-January 33.
' J.T. Yorjmgblcodj winlaton; Jao. Yoebnrgb,
Hew York; S. F. Wile, St. Stephen's; Chas. M.
?Ooach, Braham ton, N, J.
F. G. Latham, A. B. Henagan, Union Oounty;
D. JU PotodJe, daughter and son, New York; John
C. Hale, New Orleans; Alphonse Jackson, L. W.
Fllklns, A. U. King and wife, New York J'"O'. H.
Moody, S. S. GalUard,Griffin, Ga.; Wm. L Daw
son, Summerville; J. II. Burclc halte tv Willis ton;
J..S. Browning, Augusta^ Edward Halle, Florida;
MILLS HO CSE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Hanson, Mia* Hanson, Au
A. .burn, N. Y.;W. R. King, Chicago; R. Steward,
florida. r -
Tas "IsraouBT*1 AT TUE CONFED?RATE
WIDOWS' HOME.-This ls (he name given to the
coora set apart ut the Widows' rHome for the
special use or thc sie!:. It is large,-convenient ?nd
well adapted to*secure quiet-and tb permit the
undivided attention so necessary to lavanas.' A
lady of this city having occasion to visit a sick
pupil at the "Home," conceived the kindly project
nf furnishing the Jnflrjn^rv with every possible
and desirable convenlca.rglor a' Biak chamber.
Others, to whorasae mentlonei-tl-.c plan, entered
heartily Into.lt, and lt has fie%a carried oat.with
ataste,"theughtfulness and fore'slght to bo ex
peoted from the kindly consid?ration in which it
originated. A neat and beautiful carp et has been
'laid upon the floor or the Infirmary; the* walls
have been papered and adorned%wfth pictures;
vases have been presented for the mantels, and
a choice selection of books for-.the table; a
coal 2 ra te, with utensils'; stands; a coach
and everything which experience suggested
and limited means could procure, have been
furnished a? another testimonial of the interest of
our people m the daughters of nur soldiers. ;It
would be gratifying to the ladles of the board,
and to the lady through whom donations were re?
ceived, if those' whoso- landiy coat ri on ted to this
object will visit the "Home," and see for them?
selves to what use their benefactions have been
applied. ' _
UNITED STATES COURT.-The. District,Court
was opened at ll o'clox Saturday morning, his
Honor Judge Bryan piesldlog.
David Brown, william Irving anil Isaac Grant;
each pleaded guilty to the Indictments against
them for voting under age, and were sentenced to
three months' Imprisonment? '.< ' ' 3
Ex nerte A. H. Ford, assignee, in the matters c f
Sumter S. Casque, Thomas W. Qadbold, Ely Qed
bold, and M. Manheim..'Bahdrupt?. Ia each ot
these cases the property waa ordered te be sold
on the first sales-day in February, or some conve?
nient safes-day thereafter, at public ar?ctlon, for
cash, arter two weeks' notice of such sale by pub?
lication or otherwise.
The United States vs. Thomas Simmons, Alexan?
der Squire and Maui ice Ford .Tam, for intimidat?
ing voters. Simmons was acquitted, and, on mo?
tion, discharged; the other defendants were found
guilty, and committed until sentence day.
A. Wycott vs. T. M. Fredsburg. Libel for freight.
Ordered that the witnesses, E. P. Wall and Joseph
Quash, not appearing lu pursuance to the subpo
nas served upon them, d > show cau-e forthwith
why they should not be attached for contempt.
The cases or A Iburger A Co. et al, G. B. Kciium,
Thomas Kimball and C. A. French vs. thc bark
Ked ar, of Philadelphia, were taken np, and the
examination of witnesses continned until the
A "FENCE" BROKEN UP.-Yesterday morn?
ing, about 4 o'cloek, Frank Robinson, Joe Young,
Cicsar Grant and Robert Sweeney, four old offend?
ers, were arrested In their dens and taken to the
Detective office, en a charge of burglary and larce?
ny. The numerous robberies committed of late
had put the officers on the alert, and suspicion
had been for some time entertained of a certain
loca'i'y and parties to whom one of the robberies
had been traced. On thc night In question, Lieu?
tenant Phltlppy and Officers Truall,'Davis and
Burke, Proceeded to two houses In Chinquapin
lane, on the Meeting street road, near Payne's
bridge, and placing two of their number at the
back, the others entered the house. Thc quartette
of rogues were surprised tn their slumbers, and
arrested before they were well awake. A strict
se ireh, instituted at one?, rewarded the andern
with a large quantity or articles of femi?
nine apparel, arnon; which were s-ve?
ra 1 dresses, balmoral skirts, Ac:, and other
plunder or considerable value. Among thes
odds ?and ends was a book or hymus and
psalms, with the name "W. L. Mouzon" printed
lu gilt letters on the back. One or the prisoners
immediately confessed and turned State's evi?
dence. He states that the house is thc regular
"feuce" of a large gang, where they deposit all
the plunder they gather In the city. His state?
ment Implicates other parties engaged in the pur?
chase and sale of the stolen property, who will be
arrested shortly. The whole four are old rogues
and Jail birds. After a preliminary hearing be?
fore the Mayor, they were turned over to the
State for prosecution.
STSTEMATIC ROBBERT.-James Geddes, John
Peronneau and Samuel Graham were brought be?
fore the Mayor yesterday morning, charged with
stealing dry go ds from the well-known ?.-ai of
Menke A Muller, drapers and merchant tailors, ou
Klug street. From time to time durlug thc last
month these gentlemen had missed various arti?
cles from their establishment, but a larger haul
than usual on Saturday last compelled them to
have recourse lo the captain of the police. The
latter appointed Sergeant Reed and Officer Nip
son to attend to the matter, and that night they
arrested Geddes and Peronneau. The former had j
been employed in tue store for two years as a.
porter, and the latter ls one of thc journeymen
tailors who wortrs there. After having been arrest- .
ed, the two owned up to the robbery,.and Geddes ,
told where most of the missing property was to
be found. The officers, along-with Geddes, pro- [
ceeded to Robb's lot, ia King street, opposite (
Berresford, the place designated, in quest of the
property. At this pi?ce they found a sort of ,
meeting-house filled with 'people engaged in .
preaching and praying. Having waited unt: 1 tho
preaching was over, they demanded. the hidden
plunder, and, Ge&e^ having-instructed them
where lt was to be found, ltawa3 speedily deliver- ]
ed np. The confession of the two prisoners im?
plicated the third, Samnel Graham, likewise an
employee and journeyman tailor, who was ar?
rested next morning. The owuers even are not 1
aware of how much of their property has thus 1
been stolen from timo to time. Several hundred 1
dollars' worth has already been recovered, and 1
there seems to bc more coming. The stolen p op
erty consists of several pieces of fine ready-made
clothing, and rolls of handsome blue beaver and
oroadcloth, worth at least eight or ten dollars a 1
yard. After an examination before the Mayor, '
the rrlsoners nere turned over to the State for .
prosecution as soon as the nature of their crime j
was understood- Great credit ls due to Sergeant
Reed and Officer Nlpson for the skllful and cm-*
clent manner la which they handled this adair.
THE STEAMSHIP CODA DISABLED.-Yesterday 1
forenoon a propeller steamship was seen comhw '
into port, which attract' a much attention from
the careen which she had, and which was so de
elded as to Induce the idea that she was the vic?
tim to some accident. On her approach to the
wharf she proved to be the steamship (propeller)
Cuba, Captain Dukeaarr, of the New Orleans and
Boltlmore- line, lt appeared that on Sunday 1
morning, the 22d instant, while she was about
one hundred and twenty miles cast of this
port, and rnnning nearly a northeast course, just
before 2 A. M. a brig was observed near hy
standing the same way. From some aoknown
cause the vessel soon chanced her direction and
bore down immediate,y upon the steamer, and
before the latter could change her position, she
was struck with terrille violence ou the port bi Je,
nearly midships, the bowsprit malting a large
ope ti tug, and-lower down where the blow from
the stem was received the planks were badly
crushed, 'the copper torn up, and a fearful
hole made below the wa ter-Hue. At this mo-'
merit the Bl?p waa In the most critical con
dltloo, and nothing bat the utmost coolness
and good management could, eave her from
sinking.' The captain and officers, immediately
had everything movable placed on thu starboard
side, giving her a decided list ano putting much
of thedamt'ge above the waterline; blankets and
other aru les were used at the erltleal poult to
stop the flow of water, and lt was only after the
most', streu nous efrorta, which were continu?
ed up to midnight on sunday, that the ship was
got into a condition .promising safety, and which
enabled ber to reach this harbor yesterday. At
one time the water bad nearly reached the
fires, and the prospect for saving the steamer
seemed gloomy"endngh. She has on board a
valuable cargo of New Orleans sugars, part of
which tue probably boen Injured. Carpenters
were working on her yesterday, and her repairs
will go rapidly forward. Th?re was no Indica?
tion of the name of the brig, and she dropped
rapidly from tru-rstearaer with loai of head gear,
bat her masts and canvas were standing.
ALDERMAKIC CONCLAVE.-There was a cau?
cus meeting cf the Cit/ Fathers last evening.
What was lt al! about t - .
THE MAILS seem not to run very smoothly
nhdsr the. general new schedule, which went
into operation yesterday. The Northern mails
doe last evening failed altogether, and the Co?
lumbia train on the South Carolina Railroad had
not arrived np to ten o'clock last night. ,
ACCIDENT.-Owing to some disarrangement
of the switch at the entrance of the South Caro?
lina Railroad depot last evening, the engine of
the Augusta passenger train ran off the track,
leaving the train across the entrance. This com?
pelled thc down train, which arrived on time, to
back up to Chinquapin lane, where the passengers
got out. There was no damage done.
BITTEN BV A Doo.-Richard Robinson was
perambulating Bast Bay street on Sunday after?
noon, accompanied by a large Newfoundland
dog. In a spirit or mischief he set the dog on one
Alfred Paul, who was caught and bitten In one or
two places. The matter was reported to the
Major, who yesterday sentenced Robinson to pay
a flue ot $5 or go to the House or Correction for
FIXED FOR AN ASSAULT.-James Vincent was
brought yesterday mornlug before Trial Justice
Mackey, charged with RU assault upon W. J. Brad?
ford, in a dredge-boat on Stono Biver. Arter a
trial he was round guilty, and sentenced to pay a
fine of $10 or go to jail for twenty days. Two
other parties, against whom warrants had been
issued for the same offence, were discharged, the
evidence being Insufficient to establish their guilt.
SINGING AND SHOUTIXO.-On Sunday night
Mary O'Brien, after sundry potations, seated her?
self on a door step In Meeting street and gave
vent to her elated feelings tn loud sluging, varied
at Intervals with whooping and shouting. A po?
liceman, with no ear tor music, escorted her to
the Guardhouse and locked her up. She inter?
viewed the Mayor yesterday morning, and, arter
a short conversation, left for the House or Cor?
rection, where she will spend the next ten days.
LATEST DEVELOPMENT OP THE OATS FURORE.
On Saturday evening, samuel Johnson, one of the
employees at the corner or Chalmers and State
streets, attempted to appropriate a small bag sf
oats. Samuel was arrested la the act, and taken
to the Guardhouse, where be spent that night and
thefollowlug doy. Yesterday morning he ap?
peared berore the Mayor, but the owner or the
Btolen property declined to prosecute. In con?
sideration rf the return or the property, and a
promise of the best of behavior in the future,
Samuel was (Mscharged, and* went back to his
work not very enthusiastic on the oats question.
THE SEA ISLAND COTTON MARKET.-The fol?
lowing extract from a letter dated at Savannah,
January 21, has been received by a prominent
cotton house here : "We have to report? strong
and active market for sea islands-lt lias extend?
ed to all grade*, from medium to flue Floridas.
There ls a strong reeling here tba-, the Bea Island
crop will not exceed 14,500 bales." The receipts
or 6<?a islands and Floridas at Savannah were, np
to the above date :
Season 1S69-70 to January 19.bags. .10,005
Season 1870-71 to January 10.3,312
TUB NUGARA FAIR.-The fair of the Niagara
Fire Engine Company opened last evening, at the
Military Hall, with every promise of a complete
success. The large hall was gracefully decorated
with moss and evergreens, and a continuous
line ol tables and booths ran around the entire
ex*ent. There was a handsome display or arti?
cles both la the fancy and culinary Hue, and the
general appearance or the fair reflected credit on
the industry and taste or the managers. A large
number or visitors assembled at an early hour In
the evening, and, aided by the Inspiring airs of
the Ch leora Cornet Band, the first evening closed
In a pleasant and profitable manner.
TnE PHILADELPHIA STEAM LINE,-The steam?
ships of this line have had to enconntervery heavy
ice In thc Delaware during the past three weeks,
and some delays have occurred, but the worst Is
now over and we hope to hear soon of the Dela?
ware bay and river being free or Ice. The steam?
ship Evcrman, unavoidably delayed, reached her
pl rr OD Sunday evening, discharged her cargo, and
sailed onMondhy evening Tor Philadelphia with a
good freight, consisting of six hundred and odd
picknecs of cot ton, rice, domestics, Ac. The steam?
ship Virginia, sf the same line, sailed from Phila?
delphia on saturday, with a large cargo of gralu,
flour, bacon, Iron wares, Ac, and will be dis?
patched on Saturday uext, at noon, taking Bos?
ton freight on liberal tarma.
TUE IRON LINE TO NEW YORK.-The improve?
ments effected In the wheels of the elegant steam?
ship South Carolina prove most satisfactory, after
seven months' trial In severe winter weather.
Oaptala Beckett arrived at his wharf here at suu
rise on Sunday, alter a quick voyage, aud sails
hence on Thursday. The palatial steamship
Georgia, Captain Crowell, undoubtedly the finest
appotu'ed passenger steamer on the Atlantic
coast, sailed from here on Friday last, and deliv?
ered her cargo on Monday la New York, artera
rapid run ont. We learn that several lots of Ma?
con cotton went forward by the Georgia ou a
time dilivcry, which was succe?sfully accom?
plished. The advantages of speed, elegant sa?
loons and passenger accommodations on deck,
will attract a large flow of travel to the Iron Line
the coming spring and summer.
Wno STOLE TUE TRUNK ?-Thursday night,
ibout 0 o'clock, a man entered tho seoond story
if the dwelling house of Mr. McFall, at the corner
ir Meeting and Society streets, and coolly ca'ried
iff a large truuk and lot or clothing. Thc thief
ivas met ut the front door by Mr. McFull's son,
iv ho asked him what he was doing with the trunk,
ripon replying that lt had been left there by mis?
take and he was removing lt, ho was allowed to
[iroeeeb. The alarm was given as soon SR the
jrcun? man entered the house, and the th!?f was
inmediately pursued. He disappeared, however,
a Society street, and nothing has since been
leard of him or the trunk. John alias Granville
Brown was arrested yesterday evening on suspi?
cion, he having been seen for some time previous
prowling around tne neighborhood. Brown ls
Held for examination.
ON BOARD STBAVSUIP CUBA, AT SKA, 1
SUNDAY EVENING, January 22. j
The undersigned, passengers on board the
steamship Cuba, or thc Baltimore and Havana
steamship Company's Une, take this method of
publicly expressing their gratitude to Captain
John M. Unkchart; to the cluer officer, Mr. David
ll. Lowry, and to Mr. John J. Jackson, parser, as
well nn the erew ol said vessel, for the coolnes?,
bravery and efficiency exhibited by them darlu?
the collision which occurred this morning with an
an Know n brig. Occurring as lt did at an unusual
hour, (under circumstances beyond the coutrol
of any one attached to tbs steamer,) we reel that
it ls but just for each and all or us to testify that
Captain Oukehart, ably assisted by his officers und
crew, by thelrjpromptaad decisive aciion, tended
to allay the fears on the part of the passengers.
Ks-en when hope seemed hopeless, and when lt
appeared inevitable that the ship must be aban?
doned, did Captain Dukehart and his crew ex?
hibit the same Indomitable spirit under the dis?
tressing cl reamar anoee. And We deem it but just
to say that to.this alone are we Indebted for the
safe delivery of the ship. We cannot conclude
without adding our testimony to the zeal and
ability displayed by Chief Engtaeer Chapman and
lo subscribing our names as passengers or the
'. Cuba," we do so under a deep sense of gratitude
to her officers.
W. WRIGHT THOMPSON, New Orleans,
JOSEPH S. BROWN,
M. W. BERESFORD,
Cn ABLCS GlLMOK,
0. C. GLOVER,
J. E- HICK-?,
E. D. SMITH,
CLUBS AND STARS_Mary Williams, an Elliot!
street woman, was arrested on Saturday for pab
nely abasing John Richardson, in the most ob?
scene language/ She was brought before t?e
Major yesterday morning, having spent the inter?
vening time la thc Guardhouse, and sentenced tc
pay a fine of $10, or go to the House of Correction
for twenty days.
Wm. Johnson, arrested for abasing Roundsman
Lee, on Saturday night In King street, deposited
$5 for his appearance Monday morning. The
Mayor imposed a flue upon him to this extent.
Two destitute white men applied for lodgings,
and were discharged yesterday morning after ac?
counting for themuelvea.
Two cows found going at large, the one In
Calhoun street, and the other In Meeting street,
were shut ap In the Statlonhonse yard and or?
dered to be advertised. Two goats found doing
the same thing tai Slog street, were treated m a
Flmllar manner and then delivered to the owner.
Two white men, victims of misplaced confi?
dence In their power? of absorbing alchohol,
got excessively drank, the one ia Chalmers
Street, and the other in John, near King
street, and with the aid or a policeman,
found their way to the Guardhouse. They were
discharged by the Mayor on pleading the first
Two others, in a similar condition, were unable
to preserve the centre of gravity, and lay for
some time on Wentworth and Anson streets, re?
spectively meditating on the centrifugal motion
of the earth. They were aroused by the appear,
ance of a new star, which, like the wise men In
the East, they followed-to the Guardhouse. They
were fined each five dollars and liberated by the
Mayor, who made light of their excuses.
Edward Magwood has been sent to jail for
thirty days for stealing three cords of wood from
ENJOY a heaven of rest, by using the Cele?
brated Tonic, Old Carolina Bitters.
JOST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of Milwaukee
Lager Beer, at Merchants' Hotel, corner King and
Society streets._ _ Jan24-1*
A KEW and handsome assortment ot English
Playing Cards, at So. 107 East Bay.
., R K. NSUPVILLK.
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RUSTI? GOODS I RUSTIC GOODS I-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match sates, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and Ko. isl King street. octis
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at Ko. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. bovl2
THROUGHOUT the South people will suffer
from Nervous Debility, Dyspepsia, Chills and
Fevers and other malarious diseases, because they
have not used the Old Carolina Bitters.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, lu leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at Ko.
161 King street; also at the Easel street Bazaar.
octlO-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
FIFTY PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
H?sel street Bazaar and iel King street,
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for 60c" at the Hasel street Bazaar and Ko.
181 King street. octio-mtn
THE most Delightful Tonic known, ls the
Old Carolina Bitters. Try them.
RILL HEADS printed on flne paper at $3, tl,
$5, $6 SO and $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE KBWS Job Office.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To TUB COMMISSIONERS OP ELECTION FOR TUB
ELBCTION DISTRICT OF GEORGETOWN COUNTY:
Whereas, the Hon. J. H. RAINEY, who at the
General Election held in April, 186S, wes chosen a
member of the Senate of the State or South Caro?
lina, for the Election District of Georgetown ;
County, and drew a ballot to serve for the term
of four years, has resigned; and whereas, the !
Constitution of thc State of South Carolina directs
that m such case a Writ of Election shall be Issued
hy the President of the Senate for thc purpose of
ruing the vacancy thus occasioned, for the re?
mainder or the term for which said member was
Kow, therefore, you and each of you are hereby
required, after due advertisement, and with strict
regard to all the provisions of the Constitution
and laws of said State, touching your duty In such
sase, to hold an ELECTION Full A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE or the State of South Carolina, for
thc County of Georgetown, to Bcrve for the re?
mainder of the term fer which said member, Hon.
J. II. Rainey, was elected; the Polls to be opened
at the various places of election, In said District, on
THURSDAY, February 16th, 1871, by the varions
Managers of Election for those places respectively,
lu accordance with the provisions of the Act of the
General Aasembly, entitled "An Act providing for
thc General Election, and thc manner of conduct?
ing the same," approved .March 1st, 1870; and this
writ, together with your return of the election to
he held nuder lt, have berore thc Senate at its
next meei lng arter the election.
- ./ALONZO J. R ANSIER, President or Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
|an24-21 _ _
gTATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA.
TO TDK COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR THE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON OODNTY:
Whereas. Hon. WM. H. MISHAW, who, at the
General Election held in Ootober, 1?70, was chosen
a member or the Senate or the State or South
Carolina, for the Election District of Charleston
County, to serve for th? terra of four years, has
deceased; and whereas, the Constitution of the
State of South Carolina directs that In such a case
a Wilt of Election shall be Issued by the President
of the Senate for the pnrposc of filling the vacancy
thus occasioned, Tor thc remainder of the term
for which eaid member was elected:
Now, therefore, you and each of you are hereby
required, after due advertisement, and with strict
regard to all the provisions of the Constitution
and laws of said State, touching your duty in such
case, to hold aa ELECTION FOR A MEMBER OF
TBE SENATE of the State of South Carolina, for
the County of Charleston, to serve for the remain?
der of the term for which said member, Hon. W.
H. Mishaw, was elected; the Polls to be opened at
the various places of election, on THURSDAY, Feb?
ruary l?, 1871, by the various Managers of Elec?
tion Tor those places respectively, In accordance
With the provisions of the Act or the General As?
sembly, entitled ?'An Act providing ror the Gene?
ral Election, and the manner of conducting the
same," approved March 1st, 1870; and this writ,
together with your return of the election to be
held nuder lt, have berore the Senate ants next
meeting after the election.
A. J. RANSIRR, President of Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
Bj LA?RET & ALEXANDER.
I THIS DAT, 24 ttl Inst., wt tl be sold before
oar tore, at io o'clock,
Sundry ARTICLES belonging to aa Estate, con?
sisting oft. .
1 HolSTISO WHEEL, Can. Hooks, Chains,
Ropes. Blocks, Tubs, Hoisting Harness, Ac.
. Conditions casa. j an 24
Bj LACEE Y & ALEXANDER.
POTATOES, SHOULDERS, HAMS, MO?
LASSES, BOTTER AMD LARD.
THIS DAY, 24th lost., win be sold before oar
Store, at 10 o'elock;
26 bbls. Hink-Eye POTATOES
10 bbls. Shoulders
10 bbls Hams and Smoked Beef
10 bbls. Molasses
20 tabs Batter
25 tabs Lard.
Conditions cash._ jan24
Bj JOHN G. MJXN0R & CO.
CLOTH CLOAKS ON ACCOUNT OF
Manufacturers, Lot S ;cp doods, Army
Coats, Dry Goods, Ac.
THIS DAY, 24th inst,, at IO o'clock, we will
sell, at onr store. No. las Meeting street,
Aa ItiTolce 07 Ladlee' and Misses' BUcK Cloth
CLOAKS, on account of the Manufacturers, Lot
Army coats and Undershirts, Shop Goods, Felt
Hats. Casslmeres, Satinets, Trimmings, Ribbons,
and Sundries. Bine Kentucky Jeans, Black Sati?
nets, Fancy Cottonades, Glair barns, Bleeotied and
Brown Shirting. Shirting Stripes, Denims, Flan?
nels, Ticking, Swiss Musllis, Hemmed Lawn'
Handkerchiefs, Imitation Silk Handkerchiefs,
Farmer's Satin, Madras and Yerona Head Hand?
kerchiefs, Gray and White Undershirts, Ac.
Bj J. DRAYTON FORD.
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
WU1 be sold at the Exchange, THIS DAY,
24th January, at ll o'clock,
$1500 South Carolina Railroad 7 Per Cent. BONDS
2500 City ot Charleston Stock
100 shares Hank of Charleston Stock. Jsn24
Bj A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
G CNS, CUTLERY, AC.
THIS DAY. January 24th. at io o'clock, will be
sold at our Store. No. 133 Meeting street,
A v?riety of GOODS adapted to city and coon
try trade. Ian24
Unction Sales-if attire (Bans.
Bj W. Y. LEITCH &R. S. BRUNS,
STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY AND
FANCY ARTICLES, at Store of John Marlon;
Esq , No. 276 Klug street.
Will be sold without reserve, at No. 276 King
street, on WEDNESDAY, 26tb instant, at half-past
The STOCK of the above well-known establish?
ment, consisting ia part of :
French and Domestic CONFECTIONERY, Fancy
Boxes for Toilet and Bijou, Toys, Foreign and Do?
mestic, Cordials, Wedding Ornaments, Show
Cases, Glass Jars, Ac.
ICE-CREAM CHURNS, Glasses. Jelly and Cake
Moulds, Marble-top Tables, Stools, Cn airs, Coun?
ters, large size Marble Mortar, Iron Furnace, Ac.
Store and Dwelling to Rent.
Termscaah._J an 24
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
BANKRUPT SALE OF A RETAIL DRY
By direction of the assignee of the estate af Henry
Campsen, bankrupt, we will offer at auction on
FRIDAY, the 27th instant, at No. 186 King street,
opposite Berresford street,
All the stock remaining from the said estate,
A choice and valuable collection of DRY GOODS,
such as constitute the stock of a King street re?
tail dry goods establishment.
One Desk, Stove, Show-cases, Mirror and Store
Terms cish. Purchases to be removed upon
day of sale, or subject to re-sale at the expense
and rlak of purchaser. F. E. SCHRODER,
Bj R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
LOT ON SOUTH STREET, NEAR
on THURSDAY, January 26th, will be sold at
the Old Postoffice, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
A BUILDING LOT on the -south side or South
street, measuring about 34 feet front by about 76
feet deep, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papera
. Bj R. M.' MARSH ALL & BRO.
PRIME MULES AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, 25th instant, at half-past
10 o'clock, will be sold at No. 33 Broad street,
8 PRIME MULES.
Terms-Under. $200 cash ; for large amounts, 60
days, approved city acceptance. Jan21-stuw3?
By Z. B. OAKES.
CHANGE OF TIME AND CONDITIONS
OF SALE.-Yalu able Vacant Lot ol Land
west t-lde of Klug street.
Will be told THURSDAY, 26th Instant, at ll
o'clock, near the Old Postof?ce,
That desirable BUILD.NG LOT, situated on the
west side ol King street, a few Lota north if
Qneen, and Immediately east or the Cemetery of
the Coital lan Church, measuring in front on Kiu .
strcet 58 feet io Inches, and in depth 176 feet.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, with interest, payable semi-annually.
Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
Bj WM. McKAY.
On THURSDAY next. 28th instant, at ll
o'clock, at Moreland's Wharr, root or King street,
will bc sold,
The Sloop ANNIE, with her Sails, Rigging, Ac.
One Cypress hull CANOE, 28 reet long, by 4)??
feet beam; m good order, with Sails, Ac.
One FISHING SEINE, has been used bat one
season, loo fathoms long, and 190 meshes deep In
main bunt; now In working order.
Bj H. H. DeLEON.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS IN KING
I will Hell on FRIDAY next, January 27, 1871, at
the Old Postofhce, at ll o'clock.
All those TWO LOTS OF LAND on the east side
of King street, measuring nineteen feet eight
Inches (19 8) front each, by two hundred and
thirty-one (231) feet deep.
TWO LOTS OF LAND on the east side or King
street, near Queen street. twenty-Qve reet aloe
inches (25 9) trout each, by eighty-six reet eight
inches (68 8) deep.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay H. H. D. for
papers and stamps. jan24
QUtctionecrV flriuatc Sales, &t.
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Heul Estate Broker, No. SC Broad Stretl.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of bes; quality and
Rice and cotton Plantations in all parts or the
City Residences, Scores, Building Low and
STAR SHIRTS"AND COLLARS
IN THE CITY
ARE TO BS FOUND AT .
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
Prices Greatly Reduced.
STAR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT
NOTICE, AND A
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
JL LUNSFORD, CABINET-MAK KR
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to inform
the people of Charleston, and of the State, that
he Is still carrying on his old business, at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture of any description. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSEti aud renovates old ones.
Cane Olialr-botioms replaced hy an experienced
workman. Customers may rely upon-the per?
formance of wont la a prompt and faithful mau
ner. Pi ice for renovating a Moa? Mattress, large
Kize, $3 50; Hair Mattress^, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses. $5. Persons having thia work to be
done are assured that the coatents or mattresses
win Bot ba exchanged for cheap or Interior arti?
cles. . . J. L. LUNSFORD, F. B. H.
' By, J. FEASEB MATHEYTES.
XjiaC'PABTE SALLIE L0WND1 S IN EE
_El the Estate of V. Heyward, a Bankrupt -In
By virtue of an ordor or sale to mc directed by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of tue United
Statea District Court for thc District or South
Carolina, I win offer forsake at the Old Postofflce.
Broad street. Cbarles on, South Carolina, on
THURSDAY", 26th January, 1871, At ll'o?clook A.
M., the foliowlnc property:
I BUOBY RESERVE, situated on the west side of
Ashepoo Rivor, In Colston county, containing iso
acree, more or less, Tide Swamp and Provision
TRACT known as Bla^k Creek Settlement, situ?
ated on Orchard Swamp, Oolleton County, con?
taining SOO acres, more or less, of Pine Land.
ONE-SIXTH INTEREST IN FISH POND TRACT,
on Ashepoo River, Colle toa County, that ls to say
One-Sixth interest In 1209 acres of Cypress Land.
ONE ACRE OF LAND In Social Hall Pine Bar?
ren, Colleton County. "
One ACRE OF . .iND on the upper end, east side
of Fraser's Backwater Canal, Colleton County.
All tbe right, title and interest In the DWELL?
ING and BUILDINGS on Bay street, In the Town
of Beaufort, and five Garden Lots near the Same,
sold by the United States Government Tor taxes
in 1863, and now claimed by General R. Saxton.
ALSO, isp 1 ! - .
HALF SHARE in Foot Point Land Companv,
TRACT known as the Plnckney Tract, situated
near the Bugby Reserve Tract, on the west slde'of
Ashepoo River, Colteton County, containing about
350 acres.of Timber Land, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance'In. 12 months,,
secured by bond and mortgage of the premises,
with Interest from day of sale. Purchaser to pay
J. F. Mathewes for papers and necessary United
Stales Internal Revenue stamps.
J. FRASER MATHEWES,
Ian5-th2ftnth3 ."_ Aselznee.
By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL.
THREE GENTEEL RESIDENCES NEAR
Rulle ige avenue, In Islington Court, at Auc?
tion, . .
Will be sold, on TUESDAY. January 3lst, 1871,
at the Old Postofflce, at lio'olock,
All that LOT OP LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, on the south end or Islington Court, east side,
measuring 60 feet In front In Islington Court, und
112 feet in depth, more or Ie?s. '
ALSO. ' '
All that LOT or LAND. with, thc Buildings there?
on, next north of the above Lot, on the east side,
measuring 80 feet in front on Islington Court, by
112 feet ia depth, more or tess.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Bul ?dings there?
on, next north of the above; on the cast side,
measuring 30 feet in front on islington Court, by
112 feet in depth, more or le*s.
All of which ls more particularly indicated bv
the fences now standing, and marking thc boun?
daries or the respective Lots.
: Terms-One-third saab; balance In one and two
yeats, the credit portion to be secured by bond
and mortgage of the premises; the buildings to be
Insured and kept Insured, and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay L. A O. for papers and revenue' |
- By LOTOS D. DeSAUSSURE.
ON TUESDAY, THE 31ST INST., AT ll
o'clock A. M., will be sold at the north of
the Old Postofflce, at public auction,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a half
story Wooden Dwelling and outbuildings thereon,
situate on the northwest corser of Coming and
Vanderhorat streets, immediately opposite St.
Paul's Church. In Charleston, known as No.' 115.
measuring in front on Coming street 33 feet, and
in depth on Yanderhorst street 138 feet, more or
The House contains six upright and two garret
rooms, pantry, dressing-rooms, piazzas, grates,
Terms-One-half cash; balance by bond, pay?
able in one year, with 7 percent, interest, secured
by mortgage of the property; house to be insured
and policy assigned. * Purchaser to pay for napers
and revenue stamps. _ Jan21-stnthmtu5
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
mHE'EXECUTORS OF THOMAS BEN?
JI NE IT va Jane M. Bennett, et al.-Under de?
cree of court or Common Pleas.-In Equity.
Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 8th March,
at the old Postofflce lrTCharleston, at ll o'clock,
AM. - . '
The following Real Estate, belonging to the
estate of the late Thomas Bennett, as sec forth In
plats to be seen at the office of I. S. K. Bennett,
Broad street: .?
1. All lhat portion or the CANNONSBOROUGH
TIDE MILL P. ND TRACT, situate east or Rut?
ledge aveiiue, south or Calhoun street, and west
of Smith street. This portion may be laid off in
lots fronting on the above named streets, two ol
which are the principal thoroughfares of the city.
It also embraces the lots through which the City
Tidal Drains draw water from the pond, and
should attract the attention of the city authorities
as purchasers. .
2. AU that portion of the MILL POND TRACT,
lying west or Rutledge avenue, south of Calhoun
street, and extending west to a Une commencing
on Gadsden street, south of the.Lot ot Mr. Crouch,
and diverging around the square established to
the east of the residence of the 1 ite Governor Ben?
nett, thence along Lucas streeLta-the centre of,
cunitnlng's Creek, thence alocg the centre of
said creek to the wharf lie id at the east end of
said Creek, thence .strong the boundary line of
the Tract back lo Rutledge avenue. This portion
Includes the three story Tide Mill, with the
Wharf adjacent, the upper Flood Gate, the Brick
Stack, Cou a' lug-house, and sundry small Houses J
on the high land, near the Residence; and much
ot lt may be laid off in lots on Rutledge avenue
and calhoun street; and the whole portion ls also
worthy the attentloa or the city authorities as an
essential means or flooding their Tidal Drains.
3. All that portion of the said TRACT lying
west of Lucas street, and extending on the south -
to the centre of Cn ra mir. g'* c. ee fc,., to the north' I
extending to the centre ot the creek or canal be
tween this property and that lately belonging to
Jonathan Lucas, and to the west extending to
the property of the West Point Mills Company
and to the channel of Ashley River, on which
there ls a frontage or 500 feet. On this portion
there ls a large three-story Braiding, formerly
used as a steam saw mill, and a wharr and cause?
way leading to the West Point Mills; also, a dam
or baux to the north and a' floodgate to the south
to admit the tide. The Lot Immediately opposite
the residence of'Mr. Jennings, on Calhoun sire t,
ls the boundary on that side, and the whole Tract
ls more exactly described lu a plat to be seen at
the orace or Mr. Bennett.
4. Two LOTS on Calhoun street, opposite the
residence of Mr. D. Jennings, on one or which is
a beautiful g rovo of oak trees, ami each lot meas?
ures SO feet front ou calhoun street, by 1S1 feet
5. All that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at the
east end of Hasel street, on Cooper Uiver, a few
blocks above the Custom house, and a short dis?
tance from the New York Packet Wharf, raeasur-1
lng abonn? feet In width, end running from
Concord street 360 feet-or. more to ihe channel or
Cooper Rtver, including therein ample Dockaze,
bbth on the north and sbutb sides, and on the
channel of the river.
Conditions of Hale-One fifth cash; balance in
four equal annual instalments, with interest from
date, payable unnaally, at 7 per ceut., secured by
bond, with mortgage of the property, with policy
of Insurance on thc buildings assigned. Pur?
chasers to pay for all necessary papers and
stamps. W. J. BENNETT,
C. O. MEMMINGER,
pE RU VI AN GUANO.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
In store and to arrive. ' LOUIS Mc LAIN,
jon4_No. 31 Broad street,
A"TL ANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, 8. C.
P. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER.
DIRECTORS.-W. LEK BY, W. P. HALL, L. D. DE
SAUSSURE, 0. G. P1NCK.NEY.
The ATLA.NTI0 PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works on Ashley River,
under the direction of an experienced and practi?
cal chea? 1st.
The Company intend this lo be a Ursr-class fer?
tilizer, and one winch eau be recommended to
The Co mpanv are also prepared to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation is highly recommended by
chemists, as with lt Plauters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers. .
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or $60 on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $36 per ton,
cash, or $40 on time, with interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month. ?
PKLZKR, RODGERS A CO., General Agents,
decai-smos Brown's Wharf, Oharleston, S. 0.
OUTHEEN DYE HOUSE.
Anew FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 359 King street, where DYEING tn all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
L BILLER, French Dyer,
No. 359 Ring street, near corner George street.
gENZlNE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale ml retail by
Dr. H. BAER,
' NO. 131 Meeting street.
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By J. FRASER MATRE VYE Si
KLIPSTEIN VS. KLTPSTBIN. .
P ? rs aa a t to aa order or sale in this canse
to ute directed by the Hon. R. P. Graham, Jade?
or the First Circuit, i wi|? offer for sale, ot pabUo
auction, TH3 DAT, thc 24th of January, 1871?
at ii o'clock A. M., at the Old Post?nico, Brou
street, in the City or Charleston.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OP LAND"
situate In Christ' Church Parish, called "Cedar ,
Grove," containing two hundred and one '2017
acres or high Land, besides a quantity jot Karak
Land; hounded southeast by Schern Creek, south?
west on Lauds rormerly of the Estate or Roger
Sanders, northeast on Lands formerly o." the Es?
te te of Gayer, north on Lands or Dr. Win. Reed,
and northwest on Lands rormerly of John Walker.
Terms-One-thlrd cash; residue in one, two an*
three years, secured by bond or the purchaser
and mortgage or the property, with Interest from,
day or s al e, payable semi-annually. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. " - ,
ian24 _WM. J. GAYER, Receiver.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
LE NG NIC K VS. CAULFIELD.
Pursuant to ah order of sale in this came tu
me directed by tue Hon. B. F. Graham, Judge
of the First Circuit, I will offer for sale, at Pahua
Auction, THIS DAY, the 24th day or january.
is71, at li o'clock A. M., at tue Old Postcffice?
Broad street, in the City of Charleston, -
AU that .LOT OF LAND, with the Building*.
thereon, situate on the north side of woolie street?,
and known by the No. 8, butting and bounding:
south on Woolie street, north on Landa now or
rormerly of Eldridge, west on Linds now or lats '
of WilUamBon,east on Lands of estate of-Ttomas BV
Salter; measuring In front onM'oolfe streetthlrty
rt ve (35) feet, more or less, on north lin? thirty
five (35) feet, more or less, on east line ninety-five
(95) feet more or less, and the same on ?he west
All that LOT 0F L?ND, with the BaUdlng?
thereon,, bounded sont h by Vernon street, north
by Land now or late or Sy los la Bau, east by Landl
now or late or Richard Fordham, west by Lindi
non-or late of Elmore; CK-?snring and iouuln
Ing in rront on Vernon street thirty-five (88)feeti.
by one hundred and ten (lio) feet in depth,, mora
or les3. . - -
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BuUdunoT
therebn, known and designated in a pict or the 1
same, annexed to the deed from Colonel wununa.
Drayton to winiam Wightman, recorded m th?
office or Register or Mesne Conveyance for
Charleston'District, by the No. oho hunfred. an*
twenty-one <l2i;) measuring and containing In
rront on Vernon street forty-five (45) feet, by one
hundred and ten (IVO) feet ?h depth? more or leas,
and having such outlines and bounding as are;
set forth m the plat above mentioned.. ,;
' All that LOT OF LAND, with the Boiidmie
thereon, situate on the west side of Charon street*
in tne City of Charleston, known by UMSO.1T,
measurlag and containing in front on Oharcht
street forty-fl ve (46) feet; by one hundred ind fifty
( 150) feet in depth, be the sam elmore o r less ; b utting
and bounding east on Church street, south om
Lane's ot. Bryan, west on Land formerly of
Vincent, north on Lands of Gibbes. ;
Terms cash. Pu rc a a g er to pay for papers and
stamps. WM J. GAYER,
Jan24_ Bareree. s
By W. T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS, ?
VT7?XTENSIVE AND DESIRABLE PROP
_Ci KRTY, with Genteel Resident* and Water
Privileges on Cooper Bl ver, between tho Property
or the South Carolina .Railroad Oom naur ana
the Charleston Gsa Company, tn WasMngtoa
Wul be sold at the Old Postofllce. THIS DAT.
24th Instant, at ll o'olocfc- . ?'
That spacious LOT OF LAND, with 3 welling
and outbuildings, situate m Washington street
east side, formerly known as the "Frothro Mill''
site, containing In front 122 feet on Washington
street, sad in depth to the channel ot Cooper
This location offers peculiar ad vants gea as a site
for either mechanical or manufacturing pu'posea,
and, being adjacent to the Depot of the North?
eastern Railroad, may be arranged ?Sa depot for
some of the Th?mate or Fertilizing Companies.
Terms-One third cash; balance in <rae and two
years, with interest, secured -by bond and mort?
gage. Property to be Insured, and policy assign?
ed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Jan24? ?':.>.: ..
By J. DBAYTOS FOptD.
VALUABLE BICE PLANTATION AT
Will be sold at the north of the Exchange,
THIS DAY. the S4th day of January, 1871, at li
o'clock A." M.,
That valuable RICE AND COTTON PLANTA?
TION, on the western brandt or Cooper River,
knowe as "Wappahoota," 24 rolles from Charles?
ton and SK miles from Strawberry Depot, oa th?
Northeastern Railroad, lt containi 112 acree
(more or less) of prime Bice .Land, li? acres first
claaa nigh Land cleared, and suitable for Corn,
Cotton or, Provisions, and 620 acres bf Wooded
Land, be the same more or less. On the place
are a large Steam Rice Threshing and Corn Mill,
now in working order; large Stable, Cora House,
n rt eeo laborer's houses, and a large Mansion and
outbuildings, all la good condition. It ls accessi?
ble by a good road to the "Barrows," a very
healthy summer resort, about i % miles distant.
Terms-Oue-thlrd.cash; balance Day able in, one
au il two years in. equal annual Instalments, with
interest on same, payable annually, secured by
?ond of purchaser and 'mortgage of premises,
orclmser to pay J. D. Ford for necessary papers
and stamps. . ,;-Jan2*
?Braga, Crierait als, &c.
Q.EBHAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS f
This ts the best Medicine for yoong children,,
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plain t, ln> idem to Teething. It may be' given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other in?
jurious anodyne. . .
Price, SS cents a bottle.
Manufacture 1 and for sale by
DR. H. BABS.
, Also by ihe following Druggists:
A. W" ECKEL A- CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr.. W. A. SERINE, A. O. BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A 00., J. BLACKMAN,'
P. M. COBEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A f CHWAKE,
G. W. AIMAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LUHN, , W. T. LINN,
Wi A. GIBSON,'
And by Druggists generally._Jami
fJIHE GREAT LUNG REMEDY !
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, Asthma, coughs,
Colds, Bleeding of the Lungs, Croup, Whooping
Cough and Consumption, when talion la ame.
Bas never failed.
OVERTWENTY THOUSAND LIVING WITNESSES
to bear testimony to the great superiority of
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP over all other
lung remedies Introduced.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls warranted not to
contain opium or other nauseous drags in any of
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure ! . '
Globe Flower Cough Syrup is protected by
letters patent, both on trade mark label and com?
pound. It ls pleasant to the taste and harmless
to the most delicate turan t.
For sale by Druggists. Price $1 per bottle.
PEMUfcRTON, TAYLOR A 00.,
Proprietors and Cueplsts, Atlanta, Gs?
ROSWELL GA., April 23, 187?.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor <& Co:
DE AH Buts-1 received the bottle ot Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and beean the
use ot it immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable night than she has tor three
mont hs, and uow, at 10 o'clock A. M.. says she
.'eels like another woman. I Intend to contlBoe
the use or the Globe Flower Syrup, believing it
will moke a cure. Never have I witnessed such
grent benetlt from a remedy, in so ?hort a time, in.
my life. I shall In the rntiire use your Glob?
Flower Syrup In alL cases ot colds, coughs, and
?ill affections or the langs that may present taem
R.B. ANDERSON, M.D.
For sale by all Druggists,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A 00.,
dec7-tnthi<3mos Charleston, s. a
gU IL DEES* DEPOT,.
NO. 94 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, & C.
SAND, Ac, AC, Ac
A subs t i tu te ror Laths and Plaster, at less than
one-half the cost. _
300 boxes best I. 0. Charcoal TIN
loo bbis. Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. GRIM KB.
02- Fostofnce Box 374. I unis
jyfL BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by DB.H. BASK.