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* CITY AFFAIRS.
Meteorological Observations i
The following ls the War Department weath?
er report-divisions of telegrams and reports for
the benefit of commerce. Observations taken
yesterday, at 4:51 P. M., Charleston time.
8 a BI? ri
Si- ?lr I
j Augusta.' 30.09:401 23 I SB ,.Lt.Bain
J Baltimore. 80.88.17114 8 iPl'St. iSnow.
j" -Charle.-ton, S. Cl 30.13 48 I S ?Z'phr ?Cloudy.
K-v West. Fla...i 30.05 77 1 SR 'Z'Dhr Fair.
Kew York.' 30.27 20| 7 XE | Brisk Snow.
Philadelphia....! 30.26 13 16 ?XE ?Pl'st Snow.
Savannah.?30.1953 9 XE ,Z'phr ?Cloudy.
Wa^hingron.D.C.i 30.17 15 14 IN 'Z'phr Snow.
Wilmington.N.C 30.14 46 0 IX ! Z'phr Cloudy.
Norfolk.! 30.14 40? li |XW Pi'st. j Lt. Rain
Barometer corrected lor elevation and tempe
. Meetings TUts Day.
Marlon Lodge, at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Commandery, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
Leitch A Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
1S6 King street, dry goods.
H. H. DeLeon will sell at ll o'clock, at thc old
Po3tofBce, real estate.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
hats, boots and shoes.
^gilliam McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, notions, Ac. -
TUE MEMORIAL FAIR.-The special commit?
tee of gentlemen appointed to co-operate with the
ladies in arranging for the Memorial Fair, are re?
quested to meet at Mrs. M. A. Snowden's, No. 9
Church street, on Saturday evenlug.
REPORT OF THE CITT TREASURER.-We lay
before our readers this morning a full and com
p?ete statement of the transactions of the city
treasury for the fiscal year ending December 31,
1870. It will be found full o: Interest to all who
watch the financial- situation, indicating at a
bird's-eye view the receipts and expenditures in
chleatal to the conduct or our city aflalra.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.-Wm. Stoney
ancFSamuel Meggett were brought before Com
missioner Porteus, yesterday morning, and ex
amined on the charge of voting when under age
at the Blanton poll, Beaufort County, during the
late election. The evidence showed that Meggett
was over 23 yt>ars or age, and that Stoney had
children who were fully 18 years of age, and the
.prisoners were forthwith liberated.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices Current. Issued this morning. Made np
with the utmost care, and handsomely printed
with entirely new type, it forms, with the business
card of the house forwarding rt, the most attract?
ive and welcome weekly commercial, circular
that caa be used. Price, Xor ten copies or more,
with business cards, two and a hah" cents per
copy; single copies Ave cents.
JTHE COLUM3IA HOTEL.-The expression of
travellers who pass through Conimbla ls one of
general < ompliment to the proprietor of the above
caravansary and its accommodating clerks. Mr.
Gorman fully understands the art of catering to
the public and making h's guests comfortable,
while Mr. Budds, the chief clerk, has ail ol those
gentle, Uenevolent and sympathetic ways about
him, which, mases one sorry to say good-bye. It
ls worth tue price ora day's board simply.to see
his black eves scintillate when the trains arrive.
RUTLEDGE AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS.-The
residence correr Rutledge avenue and Doughty
street is being thoroughly rennovated and lm
prored, with modern fence and conveniences,
and wOlsoon be occupied by D. F. Fleming, Esq.,
president of the Board of Trade.
The fine lot north of and adjoining the resi?
dence and grounds of R. C. Gilchrist, Esq, has
beea improved by the erection of a substantial
and lian ls une private residence, which is now
THE NEW Min. ARRANGEMENTS.-Owing to
the recent change In the schedules of the railroads,
the hours for opening and closing the malls have
also been danged, and now are as follows:
Northern mails ? lose a: ll A. M. and 5.30 P. M.,
and are delivered at 5.30 A. M.*nd 4.30 P. M.
Western malls close at 12 M. and 7.30 P. M., aud
are delivered at 8.30 A. M. aud 4.30 P. M.
Columbia and Greenville mails close a; 6 A. M.
and 8.15 P. M., and are delivered at 8.30 A. M.
Savannah mall closes at 6 A. M., Sud is deliver
e<! at 6 P. M. _ .
?"EACH FOR TRAVELLERS.-On the arrival
of the passenger train of the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad Wednesday afternoon, the
numerouAolored urchins usually In walting at
such places and times became more obstrepax
ous than usual. Several innocent travellers in
the unfortunate possession of valises and satchels
were assaulted In the most determined maaneT.
and deprived of their property, which was then
savagely battled over by the respective candidates
for the honor of carrying them Into the city. The
noise of these youthful rioters caused the matter
to be reported to the Guardhouse, and Isaac
Johnson, M. Fripp and M. Flost la consequence
madethfir appearance before the Mayor next
morning. After a hearing, in which eachocc
tried to throw the blame on the other two, they
were fined a dollar apiece and dismissed in a
highly disgusted irameof mind.
REAL ESTATE SALES- "?he following real
esta:e was sold yesterday morning at public auc?
By R. M. Marshall A Bro.: The building let OB
the south side of South street, near Nassau, 34
feet in frout by 75 feet deep, for $300, at s.xty
By J. Fraser Mathewes: 600 acres or pineland,
on Orchard Swamp, Colleton County, known as
the Black Creek settlement, fof$70.
One acre of land on the upper end and east side
of Fraser's Backwater Canal, Colleton Countv, for
Tne dwelling and buildings on Bay street, In
the Town of Beaufort, and five garden lots near
the sane, sold by the United States Government
for taxes in 1S63, for $5S5.
^Due half share In the Foot Point Land Company,
Beaufort County, for S* 75.
The Pinckney tract, on the west side cf Ashepoo
River, Colleton County, near the Bugoy Reserve,
conjoining 350 acres of timber land, fur $87 50.
Terms of the above sales one-half sash, and the
balance in twelve months, with interest.
Hotel Arrivals-January 30.
S. D. Swygert, J. S. Hook, Columbia; J. J. Min?
drow, KlHgstree; Geo. B. Aiken, Baltimore; J. A.
Mason, Virginia; W. H. Klver, Beaufort, s, c.; F."
Glaner, New York; Miss J. L. Butterfield, Augusta;
Benj. Greig, Cheraw; Jas. Carlin, New Orleans.
E. A. Horthup, Atlanta; Aralo, mner, C. H.
Woo i, Cincinnati; John Harkness, Brooklyn; Mr.
and Mrs. wm. H. Pomroy, Mississippi; M. F. Pom
rby and two servants, New York; W H. McNair.
Cheraw; Alfred F. Howe, wire and son, Boston;
John A. Adams, Baltimore; Edmund Rhett, Ashe?
poo: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Church, New Tort.
A. D. Honben, New York; W. C. Sanders, Atlan
ta; G. D. Epstln and wife,Colnmbia;J. Preston, Jr.,
Columbia; F. B. Lawrence, New York; G. H. Mor?
ris and wife, Chicago; N. P. Dutton, Baltimore;
w. M. Wallace, Philadelphia; J. F. Ely and wire,
Ohio; R.E. Harris, Cleveland; J. G. Stewart, J.
"W. Roper. North Carolina; C. A. Cohrs and ser?
vant, South Carolina; H. M. Daveuport, Savan?
nah; C. Feist, Belmont; F. Jost, Germany; D. D.
Cerrett, New Y'ork; D. Callahan, Pacific Landing;
E. M. Sreghts, South Carolina.
^ -BILL "HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, ?4,
$5. $6 50 ind $3 50 per thousand, according to
size, at Tax NEWS Job Onice.
THE GRANO BAL MASQUE.
The Freundschaft tbund Hall a Blaze of
Light and Beauty-A. Terpigchorean
Success-Jolly Times Under the Dom?
As migbt have been expected from previous
announcements, past experience and present
preparations, the masked ball of the Freund
schattsbunil last evening iras the event or
the season. Notwithstanding the lowering
weather, and the admonitory mist which threat?
ened to keep sugar-coated people within doors,
nine o'clock found au array of youth and beauty
thronging the lull and bidding dull care begone.
Nothing could have been more perfect than the
arrangements adopted to secure the fullest mea?
sure of happiness to all who participated In the
festive scene. The hall was beautifully prepared
for the occasion, and almost the brightness ol'
sunshine wa9 shed with softened glow upon the
ever-moving congregation of as choice fun-loving
spirits of both sexes as ever gathered to trip the
light fantastic toe.
To describe the costumes In detail, or evento
enumerate the fanciful and grotesque pictures
continually changing before the eye, as if a legion
Df full grown fairies were revolving In some
monater kaleidoscope, would be impossible. Even
as an observer, ene was caught in arms and
whirled away to be astonished by a tete-a-tete
with the most impossible creatures in the world.
Individuals wearing faces that might have been
fashioned on an anvH, and attired In garments
:hat would have doue credr to Ingenious goblin?,
mjoyed their entre into queenliest circles, and
:oquetted with the mimic goadesies or the hour.
The fifteenth amendment and the carpot-bag
rer; the ancient noblesse and the ourang outang;
mights, peasants, and troubadours, bandits and
larlequins. and preposterous characters gener
illy, arrayed in a style that would torture the lm
iglnatlon to find a name for, constituted a gay
md fascinating spectacle that ma le one feel as if
ds soul were walking on stilts. Here a venerable
nauma, with her tray of groundnut-cake, ex
hanged ebony compliments with a dilapidated
jd woodsawyer, who, with due regard for muni
ipal penalties, displayed on his person the con
picuous placard "License Obtained."' There the
urbaned Turk gazed wistfully ou three lovely
isters in the costume of the time of Louis <?ua
orze. And moving slowly amid the throng an
nlmated bottle reared Its towering neck-con
eying a >lj and rather wicked suggestion of the
ansa ca usa ns of the multitude of exaggerated
ed noses that blazed all over the room with thc
Ignlflcant splendor or physiognomical chande
The display or dress on the part or the ladles
ras superb, and many of the articles worn ex
lbited taste and elaboration to a degree that
evealed days and weeks of anxious preparation,
if course much of the pleasure bf the evening
onslsted in the enjoyment or a thorough lncog
lto, and of flirting, for Instance, with
ne'8 wife without ! lng discovered, or .In
rawing Involuntary confessions from eyes
.hlch were very certain to have seen you before,
nd yet, to your own certain knowledge, belonged
3 a pretty woman you never spoke to ia your
fe. But, after all, no hearts were broken, and
o damage was done beyond the remedy of the
our, and the "mistakes of a night " only seemed
lie. merrier, because there came a time when
lasks were dropped, and those who only saw
brough the glass darkly, could look on catch
ther face to race.
The music was furnished by Muller's band,
nd the dancing, which continued unremittingly
ntl', a late hour, gave one an Insight into erery
tep that lends grace to the human form. The
erreshments were abundant, and take it ali In
ll, the entire occasion was one or which the I f
reundschaftsbund may feel proud. F
THE IMPEACHMENT. - The Impeachment
rial terminated on Tuesday somewhat abrubtly.
he Senate, at the hour set, 12:30 P. M., convened
s a high court, an I took a recess of thirty
ilnutes, in accordance with the representations
f the managers. In the House, at nearly the
aar for trial, a message was received from the
overnor statlug that he had received the resigna
ou of Judge Vernon, and thought by Its accep
ince the ends of justice would be met. The '
ouse passed a resolution requesting the Cover- ,
>r to accept the resignation, and shortly after n
message was received to the effect tba? he had
meso, and resolutions were adopted, and tho
mrt was informed of.the proceedings; and the I ts
.'quest of the managers, made lu pursuance of J b
ie resolutions, to withdraw the charges was
implied with, and the court adjourned $lne die. J hi
A SKIRMISH rs AS ALLEY.-Y e s t e r d a y
ornlLg, while Margaret Keough was going
irough St. Michael's alley, accompanied by a
hall boy who carried several articles of clothing
r her, she was met by a colored woman named
nn Barnwell, who ian up to the boy and took
ray the clothes by force. A warrant was taken
it from Trial Justice Mackey, and in a few
oments the offender was brought into court, jj
n exciting dispute, carried on willi all thc vo'.u- u
hty and killing sarcasm or enraged feminines t(
m dearened the justice, who, having at last ?
fought the disputants to order, bound over Auu tl
i appear ror examina;lon to-day. The latter de- 0
nded herself from the charge of larceny by al- J
ging that she eufoiced a Ilea she had on the
othes, as laundress, on account of some abusive
.nguage from the prosecutrix In the alley.
CLCDS AND STAKS.-Primus Singleton, re?
ined for having the chimney of his residen ve,
o. 4 Stall's alley, ou tire a'. 7 o'clock Wednesday
renlug, had the nearing of his case deferred un
1 to-day. *
:?ary Effort, taken to the Guardhouse on Wed
esday nicht for being druuk and unable to take
are of herse'.r lu King street, was sentenced to
ay a fine of $5 or go to the House of Correction
jr live days.
F. D. Marshall, arrested ror soliciting orders
?lihou;, a license, had a h aring and was dis.
Two $100 bills on the Bank of the State of South
'arol.na, the property of G. J. Glover, and stolen
rom him some time back by Joe Maxwell, wi?re
ccovered and ordered to Le returned to the
A complaint was made against the ?wner of a
ruck by He-nry Frost, colored, for careless drlv
ng and runulug over him, and the hearing de
circd uutll to-day.
A s- litary mule, found going at lar^e In King
itreet, was taken to thc StaUoahOUSe yard and
irdered to be discharged.
Two white men in a destitute coalition applied
br a night's lodgluj and were discharged next
UNITED STATES C'?t?RT.-The District Court
vas opened at 10 o'clock yesterday mornlug, his
?onor Judge Bryan presiding:
Ex pare BenJ. Mordecai, of Charleston. The
ictltion rora Anal discharge wa3 referred to the
eglstrar.'?nd a fi-.al hearing in the case ordered
o take place before this court 9a the 20th of
In re Richard H. Anderson. The appointment
>rD?.vld JftVjnn, a3 as*k;uee. was approved by
he judge: %
Ex parte-C. J. Pride, in re H. J. Pride, bankrup*.
iidered that a copy of the petition to have taxes
jaid out of the bankrupt's estate be served on the
isslgnee, and that he show cause in ton days why
ike ptayeror the petition should not be granted.
Ex parte ?. J. W."McCall, trustee; lu re Ell
Odour, bankrupt. Petitiou torche removal of the
isslgnee died, and a rule to show cause returna?
ble on the 1st of February, 1871.
Ex parte G. D. Bryan, assignee, in re Cart, Kop;
A Jervey, bankrupts. Ordered, that the assignee
be authorized to settle and colli ct debts, Ac.
Ex parte Ben j. Mautone, assignee, In re Samuel
Cohen, bankrupt, ordered, tha: the property, real
and personal, be sold by the assignee after due
advertisement, aud that lt be referred to the reg
isi rar to inquire and call In the helisof said prop?
erty, and notify the iieu creditors, by advertise?
ment, that all Hens will be barred which are not
presented before the 20th or February.
The consideraiiou ol the case of Williams, Lang?
ley and Cleaves was resumed, and occupied thc
couit until the hour of adjournment. The court
thea adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning.
FIDDLE STEALING.- Jack Robinson was tried
on Wednesday evening for stealing a Addle from
Joseph Givens, and after a thorough Investigation
found guilty. He was sentenced yesterday to jail
for a term or ten dar?. The fiddle has not been
CRUMBS.-A trial justice has decided a caEe
against a plaintiff, who had brought the case be?
fore him, although by so doing he lost his fees.
Honor to whom honor ls due.
The Mayor has extended the time for taking
out licenses to the 1st of February.
THE ADOER LINE.-The very fast and supe- ;
rlor steamship Charleston, Captain Berry, arrived ?
off the port about dark last eveutng. In fifty hours
from New York, and reach?d her wharf during
the evening. She brings a good passenger and
freight list. We are Indebted to the parser for
SAINT Lours.-We have received from P.
M. Heriot. Esq., a copy of a pamphlet by L. W.
Reavis, Esq., entitled "St. Louis, the future Great
City of the World," published by order or the
County or gr. Louis. The pamphlet ls full or in
?resting facts and speculations, and predicts for j
St. Louis a glorious future.
LOCK TIIE FRONT DOOR.-A residence on
Rutledge street was entered yesterday mornlug,
ind a valuable overcoat carried off without any
rtarni being given. The thler entered through
he front door, which it is supposed had been ac
?tdentally left open, and took the coat from the
.ack which stood In the entry. These flying visits
ire becoming quite frequent and fashionable on the I j
>art of enterprising young depredators, and the
emerity of thc act generally, secures them from | ]
letectiou. Tlic game seems to be quite an hat
TUE EDISTO DISTURBANCE.-The lour prls
ners who were arrested Wednesday afternoon on
Clog street, ou a warrant from Trial Justice Ma
rath, were brought up for examination yesterday
mrnlng on a charge of riot and resisting an
nicer in the discharge of his duty. The offence
ras proved, aud lltey have been committed In
efaultof bal. to thc county Jail, to await their
lal at tlie February terra or the Court of General
essious. From th-? accounts of gentlemen who
??ide on the island, the whole affair of the riot
nd the attack upon thc officers seems to have
eeu considerably magnified, and it ls probable
;mt the freedmen raised the disturbance only
-?m a misunderstanding as to the authority i
ie orllcers and the legality of their purpose,
herlff Mackay leaves this morning In thc steamer .1
.rgo for the scene of the disturbance, and lt ls J
robable that a quiet explanation from him will J
0 more for pence aud erder than half a dozen
asses. The freedmen allege that they did not
now the owner wished them to remove.
ATTENTION IS called to the sale of dry goods
lils day at io o'clock, of bankrupt estate of H.
ENJOY a heaven of rest, by using the Cele
ruted Tonic, Old Carolina Bitters.
RUSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS !-Side and
omer brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
tands. matck safes, and picture frames. Hasel
?tree: Bazaar and No. 1&1 King street. octl8
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
?f Charleston and vicinity, at No. lil King street,
>r at the Basel street Bazaar. novl2
THROUGHOUT the South people will suffer
rom Nervous Debility, Dyspepsia, Chilis and
"evers and other malarious disease?, because they
,ave not used the Old Carolina Bitters.
THE most Delightful Tonic known, is the
.ld Carolina Bitters. Try them.
MARK YOUR CLOTUIXG !-Order your Stencil
.lates at the Ua-el street Bazaar. octu-fs
FRAMES ! FRAMES ! FRAMES ?-AT REDUCED
RICES : AT REDUCED PRICES :-Fur Photo
raphsand Imperial Cards-the greatest variety
vcr seen m this city-the Ladles are especially
ivited to call a; No. 101 King street, or at the
a^e! street Bazaar. octl4-fs
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TUE NEWS JC'^ Office
now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
?stness cards printed thereon, at S-t per thous
cl. Send your orders. Every merchant and
asiuess v.aa should have his card printed on
LXeiDspapers, ivliigcinncs, tee.
What is :h<? Duty of the Hour. D. Wyatt Aiken;
orton Culture In India. Briti-h Commissioner's
oport: Pear Culture, David K. Evaus. of Mary
iiid; Best Grasses for the South, Dr. C. L. Hun
;r..of North Carolina; Golden Lily of Japan, II.
. Dreer, of Philadelphia: Guava and Dates In
lorida, W. K. Hart, of Florida; Anjrora Goat In
ie south. D. H. Jacques; The Sheep Acarus,
has. R. Dodge, of Washington: Tanning, (new
rocessj C. F. Pankulu; Goethe and Frederica, P.
Alse, many oilier valuable and Interesting
Ssincle copies. 23 cent?. Subscription. $2 per
RURAL CAROLINIAN. '
novio Charleston. S. C.
D CAROLINA BITTERS!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OL!.* CAROLINA BITTERS !,
WANT OF APPETITE !
WANT OF APPETITE !
WANT OF APPETITE !
.WANT OF APPETITE !
S E P. V OUS EXHAUST-IO N
S ERVO?S EX H AU S TION
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
GOODRICH. WINEMAN A CO.
T L. LUNSFOHD. CABINET-MAKER
?J ? and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to :nform
the peopie 01 Charleston, and of the Stat**,Jhnt
he is still carrying on his old bu-slnea?, at No. 31
yieen street. He eau make or r pair a piece ol
Furniture of any description, lie also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES aud renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Custeuieis may refy upon the per?
formance of work ia a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Pi ice for renovarme a Moss Mattress, large
size. So io: Hair Mattress?*, ?4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons uannjj this work to be
done ure assured thai the cvntentaof mattresses
wm not be exchanged for cheap or inferior arti?
cles J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
ANN IT AD STATEMENT OT THE TRANSACTIONS OT THE CITY TREASURY,
TOR THE TISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1870.
Akin Foundling Hospital.
Budds, J. D.
Board of Health
Bills paid 1870.$28,191 45
Bills Of 1809, paid in 1870. 1,763 08
College or Charleston.
Clerk of Council.
City Civil Engineer..'..
city Treasurer's Office.
Washington Fire Company.
House of Correction.
Iu'ercstSlx Per Cent. Stock.
Interest on Stock Bonds.
Interest on Five Per Cent Stock.
Interest on Fire Loan Bonds.t.
issue Fire Loan Bonds.
Issue Five Per Cent. Stock.
Issue Six Per Cent. Stock, 1866.
Issue Six Per Cent. Stock, 1868.
Issue Certificate Indebtedness.
Licenses, Carts, Drays, Ac.
Licenses, Junk Shops.
Licenses, Retail and Tavern...,
Licenses, transient salesmen.,
Licenses, Wood Sawyers.
)1?1 Folks' Home.
toman Catholic Asylum.
Greets-Bills or 1870.$68,6112?
Bills or 1869, paid in 1870. 7,707 23
it Michael's Clock.-.
Paxes for 1864.
l'axes ror 1S65.
Taxes Tor 1S66.,
'axes ror 1867.
"axes Tor 1868.
Taxes Tor 1869.
"axes Tor 1870.
il9cellaneons accounts, 1809.
iiscellaneons accounts, 1870.
lash for 1869..
;ash ror 1870.
Iraoant or receipts, miscellaneous, i
Lccounts and cash for 1869, J
Amount of expenditures, miscellaneous, I
Accounts aud cash for 1570, J '1
$ 839,417 93
$ 936,547 40
. 300 00
277 47 !
C. 742 22!
4,554 34 ?
S 250 00
331.655 851 $
$ 921,516 76l $ 022,442 93
S 817,651 33
S 907,411 29
$1,343,933 GO $1,813,958 69
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
g Y AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
100,000 DOLLARS IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY
DISTRIBUTED TO TICKET HOLDERS
iLiMii? UNMOUNT ISMTION GIFT CONCERN,
FEBRUARY TWENTY-SECOND, 1871.
1 Girt Of.$25,000
1 Girt or...t..lo.ooo
2 Girts or $5000 are. lo.ooo
5 Gifts of $20C0 are.10,000
io Gifts or $1000 are.10,000
20 circa or $000 are.$10,000
loo Gifts or $100 are.10,000
1000 Girts of $10 are. 15,000
1639 Gifts, amounting to.JtOO.OOu
COMMISSIONERS AND SUPERVISORS OF THE DRAWING.
General JONES M. WITHERS, late Major-General in C. S. A., ex-Mayor of Mobile, and editor Dally
Colonel JOHN A. ELMORE, of Montgomery, Attorney-at-Law.
General WILLIAM W. ALLEN, cf Montgomery, Planter and late Brigadier-General la C. S. A.
OFFICE SECRETARY OF STATE. MONTGOMERY. ALA., 1
November 20. 1570. J
I hereby certlry that the "ALABAMA IMMIORAXT ASSOCIATION" ls regularly Incorporated tin?
ier the laws of this State, with a capital of $50,000, and ihat the inc ?rporators arc gentlemm or .
ueans, Integrity and high standing. CHAS. A. MILLER, Secretary of State.
[GKEAT SEAL OF STATE.]
Wc, the undersigned, chearrully state that we are personally well acquainted with Messrs.
?TOKES A GREENK, Managers or the "Alabama Immigrant Association." and we snow them to be ?
-einlernen rn* Mah standing, integrity and reliability ia this city, who will see that the drawings pf
heir "Association," whici is solveut.aod responsible, are honestly and r.ilrly made. Messrs. LL
lORE WITHERS and ALLES, the Commissioners of the "Association." are gentlemen well known
iver tue country as or the highest integrity and hon.ir, who would not lend the use of their uames to
my scheme or project that was not strictly honorable ami above suspicion.
'AKLEY. SMITH A CO.. Bankers. I HEVRY E. FABER. Maror of Montgomery. j
IULMES A- GOLDTHWAITE, Bankers. | JOSEPH W. DIMMICK, Postmaster or Hie City or
Z. s. MITCHELL, Agent Southern Express Com-1 Montgomery.
pliny . FRANCIS WIDMER, Collector of C. s. Internal 1
. H. PHISIZT, Agent Tallahasse Manufacturing | Revenue. .
Company. I WM. B. HOGHES, Clerk city Council or Mont?
PRICE OF SINGLE TICKETS has beca put at ONLY TWO DOLLARS.
A discount or ten per cent, will be made to purchasers of (34, and a dutton: o.r twenty pe: cent,
o purchasers of $100 worth or Tickets.
Ascots wanto l In everv part or the country, to whom liberal inducements will be otfere.l. Send
or Circulars and read the testimonials.
Parties at a distance desiring to purchase tickets must remit their money as per address below.
STOKES & GREENE, MANAGERS,
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION F?R TUE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON COUNTY:
Whereas, Hon. Wu. II. MISHAW, who, at the
Seneral Election held la Ootober, 1S70, wa; chosen
i member or the Senate of the State of South
Carolina, for the Election District or Charleston
County, to serve for the term of four years, has
leceased: an il whereas, the Constitution of the
State or South Carolina directs that lu such a case
a Wilt or Election shall be issued by the President
or the Senate ror the purpose of Ailing the vacancy !
thus occasioned, for the remainder of the t-?rm
for which said member was elected:
Now. therefore, you amreach of you are hereby ?
required, after due advertisement, and with strict |
regard to all the. provisions of the Constitution j
and laws of said State, touching your duty in such
case, to hold an ELECTION FOR A MEMBER OF ?
THE SENATE of the State ?if South Carolina, for
the County of Charleston, to serve ror the remain
der or the term Tor winch said member, Hon. VT.
II. Mishaw, was electeo: the Polls to be opened at
the various pla"es of election, on THCRSDAY. Feb?
ruary 16,1S71, by the various Mauagers of Elec?
tion for those places respectively, in accordance
with the provisions of the Act of the General As?
sembly, entitled "An Ac: providing ror the Gene?
ral Election, and the manner of conducting the
Bame/'approved March 1st, 1S70: and this writ,
together with your-return of the election tobe
hild under it, have before the Senate at its next
meeting after the election.
A. J. RANSIF.R, President of Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
gOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been, opened
at No. 3.19 Kiug street, where DYEING Ln all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done a: the
HtUirtest notice and in ihe best style.
I. BILLER. French Dyer.
No. 359 King ?trect, near corner George s'freet.
CjTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To TUB COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION' TOR THE
ELECTION DISTRICT O? GEORGETOWN COUNTY:
Whereas, the Hon. J. II. RAINEY, who at the
General Election held In April, 1S6S. was chosen a
member of the Senate of the State of 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 the State of South Carolina directs
that in such case a Writ or Election sha:! be issued
by the President of 'the Senate for the purpose of
tilling the vacancy thus occasioned, for tue re
maltiuer of the term for which said member was
Now, therefore, yo;: and each or yo i are hereby
required, niter due adreitisenieu', ami with strict
regard to al! the provisions of the Constitution
?iud laws of salli S'ate, touching your duty in such
case, to hold an ELECTION FUR A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE of the State of South Carolina, for
the county or Georgetown, to serve for the re?
mainder of the terni for whicii said member, Hon.
J. H. Rainey. was elected; the Polls to be opened
at the various places of election, la said District, on
THURSDAY. February 16th, 1271. by the various
Managers of Election for those places respectively,
in accordance with 'he pr ?visious or the Act or the
General Assembly, entitled "Au Act providing for
the General Election, oud themaanerof conduct?
ing the same," approved March 1st, 1370; and this
writ, together with your return o' the election to
be held under lt, have before the Senate at Its
next meeting after the election.
ALONZO J. RANS1ER, President of S?cate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk or senate.
gllEET AND BOLT COPPER.-AGEN?
CY OF BELLEVILLE (N. J.) ROLLING MILLS.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO., No. 24 H .VYNE STREET
AND No. 35 PLNCKNEY STREET.
OF THE DAY.
DUGDALE & 611YIN'S
scoble Bone Pnosphate of Lime.1S.33
Bone Phosphate of Lime.19.64
(Equivalent to 12 per cent, of Sulphate of Am?
It will be observed that our Phosphate has an
ample ssppiy of the all Important and vital crop
producing elements, viz : Soluble Phosphate^
Ammonia and Potash, and In view of this fact,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given In Its favor by so many planters who have
given the "Magnum Bonum" an Impartial test
under Cotton tn- uast season, may we not, with
perfect candor, assert that we have an
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZER,
A nd urge each plantar to give lt a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE A G IRVIN.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO-POUND FOR
WASHINGTON. N. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN MEYER'S SONS:
I uso) the "Magnum Bonum Soluble Phos?
phate" bought of you, alongside of Peruvian
Ruano, on Cotton, and (Ind the product equal to
Peruvian Gu ino-pound for pound.
I am much pleased also with les effects on Corn. ?
WILLIAM J. ARCHBELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN FOR COTTON.
STATES vi i. r.E, N. C.. August 17, 1870.
Messrs. DUGDALE A- G IRVIN, Baltimore, Md.:
Gentlemen-Our Mr. C. A. Carlton tried under
Cotton, this year, your "Magnum Bonum Soluble
Phosphate" alongside of Nu. 1 Peruvian Guano,
md thinks your Phosphate fullr equal to the
Guano, and believes that ir he had used the same
<noney value ot each, the "Magnum Bonum"*
would notonty have equalled the Peruvian, but
far surpassed lt. Yours truly,
CARLTON BROS. A CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR COTTON THAN PERUVIAN
EDENTON, N. C., August 20, 1870.
Ur. A. H. BOND:
Dear .?ir-The "Magnum Bonum" made by
Messrs. Dugdale A Girvln, or Baltimore, and pur
:hascd or you, was used under a portion or my
Cotton, alongside, or Peruvian Guano, and the
Cotton ls much better squared, and will produce
nore than that under which I used the Guano,
Yours, most obedient,
W. W. HOSKINS.
Price-SOO Per Toa cash.
805 Per Ton Payable (with 7
Pei-Cent. Intercut Added) on November 1.
HS. M. CALDWELL & SON,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON^ 0.,
SEND FOR CIRCULARS I
?yrj- ANDO FERTILIZER.
Cash-FI FT 1* DOLLARS per ton of 2000 pounds,
it rac tory.
Time-FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS per tm or2000
monds, ai factory, payable November l, 1871,
vlthout Interest. ? For safe by
WM. C. DUKES Sc CO., General Agents.
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf,
Jan4-wfmimopic_Charleston. S. C.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls now so well known in all the
southern States for Its remarkable effects as an
tgency for Increasing thc products of labor, as
nut to require especial commendation from us.
Its use for Uve years past has established Its
shoraeter for. reliable excellence. The large fixed
.?apltai Invested by the Company In thia trade.
? nords the surest guarantee of trie continued ex
:ellence ot Its Guano. J. N. HOBSON,
Selling Aeen:. charleston, S. C.
JOHN S.'REESE A CO., General Agents, Baltl
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
Thlsartlcre ls manufactured by the PACIFIC
OUANO COMPANY, at Charleston. S. C., under
the superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVE
SEL. When composted with au equal weight of
Cotton Seed, Its remits have been found fully
equal to the best standard fertilizers. Its ecoao
tnv must commend lt to the notice of Planters
generally. For specific directions for composting,
?nd for supplies, apply ta J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, 6. C.
JOHNS. REESE A CO., General Agents, ?alti?
p E R U VI A N GUANO.
For sole a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Mind GUANO,
lu store and to arrive. LOUIS McLAlN,
jan4 No. 31 Broad street.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DiRECTORS.-W. LEB BY, W. P. HALL, L. D. DE
SAUSSURE, B. G. P1NCKNEY.
Tlie ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works rm Ashley River,
jtiAer the direction of au experienced and practl
The Comp?ny Intend thli to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, and one willoh can be recommended to
Tue Companr are al?o prepared to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHA IE fJr composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recnmmendcl by
chemists, as wirti lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
Thc ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE is sold nt ?55 per
rmi, cash, or $60 on time, with Interes: at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
Tlie ACID PHOSPHATE is sold at ?35 per ton.
cash, or $4o on time, with Interest at the rate of
one per cenr. per month.
PKLZEB, RODGERS A CO.. General Agents.
decSMmos Brown's Wharf. Charleston, a. C.
QJERMAN SOOimNG^CORDUL !
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS !
Thl9 ls the best Medicine for young children,
suffering with Colic. Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, brident to Teething. It may be given
with sarety, as lt cantatas no opium, or oilier in
Price. 2") cents a bottle.
Manufacture 1 and for sale by
DR. H. DAER.
Also by tlie following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. O. BAKBOT
W. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, - GRAMAN A -CHWAKE,
G. W. AIMAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON.
At.d by Druggists generally. . jau21
Unction Salru-KIJI? JDarj
Bj H. H. DeLEOX,
IN PURSUANCE OF THE JUDGMENT
of the Conn of Common Pleas for the county
01 Charleston, of December 22a, 1870, In toe case
of Wolfe vs. Wolfe, I will sen, for the purpose of
partition, by public outcry, at the Old Postoffice,
at the foot o? Broad street, THIS DAY, the 27th.
day of January, 1871. at ll o'clock In the fore?
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the east side
or King street, m Charleston; measuring and con?
taining 28 feet iront onKlng street, and 28 feet on
the east line, lil feet 6 inches deep on the north
Une and 117 feet io Inches on the south line, be the
said dimensions more or less. Batting and
bouudlng to the north on Lands now or late ot
Miner. Ripley A.Co.. to the east on Lands now or
late of Robert Boyce, to the south on Lands now
or late of Philip Cohen, and to the west on Trinar
street. Together wlih the Une Brick Store and
Buildings thereon, as will appear by the plat of
R E Payne, made 25th May, 1838, on the terms
One-third cash; and the balance by the bond or
bonds of the purchaser, as maybe required for
distribution, payable In three equal annual instal?
ments, with interest annually from date, with
mortgage of the premises, and policy of Insurance
to be effected and assigned, and the insurance to
be kept up during the currency of the credit, and
until the debt be paid. Purchaser to ray the Ref?
eree for papers and all necessary stamps.
ASHER D. COHEN.
Bj H. H. DeLEOV.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS IN KING
T will sell THIS. DAY, January 27th, 1871, at
the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
All those TWO LOTS OF LAND on the east side
of King street, measuring nineteen feet eight
inches (is 8) front each, by two hundred, and
thirty-one (231) feet deep.
TWO LOTS OF LAND OB the east Bide of Ring
street, near Queen street, twenty-live feet nine
Inches (25 9) front each, by eighty-six feet eight
lu ch's (80 8) d^ep.
Terms-One-third cash; balance lu one and two
years, secured by bond and 'mortgage, at 7 per
cenr. Interest. Purchasers to pay EL EL D. for
papera and stamps._ Jan27
By W. T. LEITCH & ILS. BRUNS,
BANKRUPT SALE OF A RETAIL DRY
By direction of the assignee of the estate of Henry
Campsen, bankrupt, we will offer at auction
THIS DAY, the 27th instant, at No. 186 King street,
opposite Berresford street, at 10 o'clock,
Nearly all the ?tock remaining from the said!
estate, consisting of
A ocoles and valuable collection of DRY GOODS,
such ac ' i ?titute the stock of a King street re?
tail dry* i establishment.
One Desk, Stove, Show-cases, Mirror and Store
Terms c ish. Purchases to be removed upon
day of sale, sr subject to re-sale at the expense
and risk of purchaser. F. E. SCHRODER,
Bj MILES DRAKE.
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I wul sell at
my store, corner of King aid Liberty streets,
20 cases(120 dozen) Men's, Boys', and Children's
HATS. Just received, comprising Shoo Fly, Don
Carlos, Broadway Jockey, Young America and
60 cases Boots and Shoes, consisting of Hen's
Boots, Brogans, Congress, Malakoff^, Bal in?rala
and Oxford Ties, Ladles', Misses' and Children's
CoDgrPss. Polish and Polka Soots, Boys' and
Youth's Balmorals, Brogans, Ac. _Jan27
Bj WM. MCKAY.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, NOTIONS,
and a large lot of sundries; anio, two su?
perior plantation Mules, and one four-seat Spring"
THIS DAY, Friday, at io o'clock, at No. 140
Unction Salcs~~.?Btnr? Oana
~ Bj I. S. K. BENNETT.
THE EXECUTORS .OF THOMAS BEN?
NETT ve. Jane M. Bennett et al -Under De?
cree of the Court of Common Pleas-In Equity.
On THURSDAY, the otb of March, win oe sold,
at Public Outcry, near the Old Postoffice at ll
NINE LOTS OF LAND, fronting on Line, Ashe
and Shepherd streets, aa follows:
No. 1. At the northeast corner of Line and Ashe
streets, measuring 45 feet on Line, by 145 feet on
No. 2. Next east of the above on Line street,
measuring 45 feet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 3. Next east of No. 2 on Line street, meas?
uring 45 feet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 4. Next east or No. 3 on Line street, meas?
uring 45 feet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 5. On -Ashe street, measuring 48 feet 4
Inches In front, by loo feet deep.
No. o. On Ashe street, next north of Ko. 5.
measuring 48 feet 4 inches in front, by 100 feet
No. 7. Next north of No. 6, at the corner of
Ashe and Shepherd streets, measuring 48 feet A
luches on Ashe street, by loo feet lu depth on
No. 8. On Shepherd street, measuring 40 feet
front, by 145 feet deep.
Nu. 9. on Shepherd, street, east of the above,
measuring 4j> feet front, by 145 feet deep.
All of which can be fully seen by reference to a
plat at Mr. Bennett's office. No. 40 Broad street.
conditions of sale-One-third cash; balance In
two equal annual instalments, with Interest from
date payable annually, at 7 per cent., secured by
bond, with mortgage of the property. Purchasers
to pay for ah necessary papers and stamps.
W. J. BENNETT. )
C. G. MEMMINGER, j "ecutors.
Bj F. P. SALAS,
ClOFFEE, SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
J IMPORTED BY W. P. HALL.
On THURSDAY next, the 2d February, at ll
o'clock, A. M., will be sold in Coma's Warehouse,
corner of Queen and Philadelphia streets,
CARGO OF BRITISH . BRIG "PROTHISA," DI
RKCT FRC"! RIO JANEIRO, consisting of :
2,500 sacks of RIO COFFEE, expressly selected
for this market.
CARGO OF SCHR. "WM. DEMING," DIRECT
FROM DEMERARA, consisting of :
191 hluls. Good, Prime and Choice DEMERARA
loo bids. Choice Demerara Sugars
63 puncheons Choice Demerara Molasses.
AND IMMEDIATELY, AFTER.
350 boxes Good to Prime CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR
SflffbDls. Bright Musco va-'o Molasses
6> hhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses. .
The above Goods will be ready for Inspection on
day previous to sale, and Catalogues furnished.
Conditions of sale-All sums under ?2000. cash;
from $2000 to $5000. thirty days:-over $5000, sixty
(lavs, with approved city endorsed notes.
?5?The Columbia Phoalx, Savannah Republi- -
can, Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, Atlanta Intel?
ligencer and Macon Telegraph will please Insert
twice, and send bills to F. P. fa._Jan26-7
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWES.
\7ALTJABLE RICE AND COTTON PLAN?
TATION on Edls'.o River and Mosquito
Creek, by order of the Executors of E. M. Sea?
Will he sold at the Old Postofflce. Broad street,
on THURSDAY, 2d February, at ll o'clock,
That valuable RICE AND COTTON PLANTA?
TION known as "Sampson Island," situated on
the Inland na viga'lon for steamboats and vessels
fmm Charleston to Beaufort and Savannah. at the
Junction of the Edlsto River and Mosquito Creek,
St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton County, con?
taining In a l about 1900 acres, ooo or which are
under Bank and 150 now under cultivation in rice
and cotton, and 60 acres high Land under cultiva?
tion. Ou the place ls a good Dwelling and Out?
buildings and 15 houses for laborera.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, secured by bond of the purchaser
aud mortgage of the premises, with interest at io
per eent. per aunum, payable semi-annually.
Purchaser to" pay J. F. Mathe wes for papers and
m-ees.-nry Voltea States Internal Revenue stamps.
Auctioneers' flri?atc finks, Ut.
?j LOUIS I) DeSAUSSURE.
FARM SEVEN MILES FROM CHARLES?
For Sale, the Farm on Cooper River, known as
the "RETREAT," containing about 214 acre? of
land: on lt are a brick dw?ilinr, two brick out?
buildings, stable and carriage house. The loca?
tion ts a beautiful one and commands a fine view
of the river; the garden walks were laid out with
taste, and now have a variety of ornamental
trees. To one deslrlns a country residence near,
the city, lt offers many advantages. Apply as
above, at No. 2o Broad street,_Jan27-ftn4
By LOUIS D- DeSAI NSURE.
EUTLSDGE AVENUE LOT FOR SALE.
The LOT OF LAND, on the wet side of Rut?
ledge avenue (south of the residence of Mr. Wm.
Lucas) with two small Brick Buildings subtan
tialiy built, which can be rearranged or enlarged
to make a comfortable dwelling. The Lot
measures loo feet frout by 176 feet deep. Apply
as above, at No. 23 Broad street. jan27-ftn4
Bj LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
FARM FOR KENT.
For Rent, a FARM, containing about 20
acres, more or less, with a small Dwelling and
outhouses, situate on the Meeting street road, thia
sid" of the Four-Mile House. Apply as above, at
-.'o. 23 Broad street. Jan27-fmwS
-Uv J. FRASER MATHEW KS,
IXenl Es???? Broker. 50 Broad Str*?t?
a T PRIVATE SALE,
?\ PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality anl
locations. " _
Kice and cotton Plantations m all parts of the
state. . _
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and