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Meetings This Day.
Committee on Monnmental Fair, at S P. M.
Typographical Union, at half past 7 P. M. ^<
CLUBS AND STABS.-One dray found aban-,
do tied and obstructing the passage through Cam--,
borland street, was lodged in the stationhouse
yard and ordered to be advertised.
DETENTION' OF TRAINS.-A freight car in the
up Columbia freight tralo, on the South Carolina
Railroad, broke down yesterday morning near,
the Stx-mtte post. The d image was sllgh t, bat
the night train from Columbia, the Summerville
train and the Columbia passenger train were de?
laved for a short time.
TUE XIX CENTURY.-The February number
of thu magazine is now out. It is published by
Me?srs. Livingston A- Krckoiann, who succeed
Mr. Hicks. The contents have a direct bearing
upon the South and upon Southern questions, and
will-he fouad of more than an average merit.
Having .a long list Of contriontoraitte XlX1Cen?
tn ry ein always give Irs readers thatrvarlety which
ls the spice or journalistic life.
THE REV. MR. NEEDHAM.-We learn that
the Rev. Mr. Needham, the Irish Evangelist, will
preach to-morrow, at half-past lo A. M., at the
First Baptist Church ; at hair-past 3 P. M. afctbe
Circular Church, and at a quarter past r p. if, si f
the Citadel Square- Baptist Church. This dis'--;
tingulshcd and earnest preacher ls making a most 1
favorable impression on the large congregations 'j
which he addresseai-and, as to morrow, ia hi3 ??stf'f
Sabbath in the city'.'at;lea?!, for the presen^ we>[
Jirge upon our cltiz??tf-tt^poand hear him. r?
SATISFACTORILT AD J rsTEB-. -A sutt was
brought in one of our trial Justice's o C?es for the
recovery of a mattress, a sheet, two pfluWs and
other articles, hy E?zabe'h Gonion, against ?
Fletcher. The plaintiff alleged that she loaned
the?e articles to tne defendant, and that when
she applied for them, the defendant refused'to
deliver, asserting that they had been given to
by the plaintiff. After a hearing, the court ordert
ed the things to ba returned to the plaintiff, and
a general explanation rollowed, after which all
parties left well satisfied with tac termiuatiou of
the suit. _^ .
RAILROAD OFFICIALS IN COUNCIL.-The gene?
ra: freight agents and other prominent railroad
officials or the S.-uth held their semi-annual
meeting, on Tuesday last, at the Kimball House in
A'lauta. The object or the association is to con?
sider the most eflectlvc means of maintaining
ratas to establish unllorm-Classification,-?- pro
serve esrab.lshed differences between all rill and
water rates, and between common point?, and to
comer and act rutty upon the details and systems
best _ Calculated to accomplish these objects,
AhbutftWc?.?yt?visf corpbratiDns ir?ere jrqpresen
M? H l 'l? S tri I i;
PENNT WISE, POUND FOOLISH.-Some time
ago the Sta*? Senate votad down a proposition to
compensate Judge Orr tor extra services render?
ed by him In holding courts. The House of*Rep
reseutatlves, more jostly appreciating tho onerous
duties performed, has jost past a joint resolution
to pay him eight ?lundred-dollars, and the matter
will come before the Senate at an early day. It
la a little cudoas ir not characteristic th it a man
Ywlio has sacrificed so much to make Republican?
ism in South Carolina what in his opinion lt
ou-rht to be, should have the cold shoulder or his
Hienda turned upon him.
DEPREDATIONS ON THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
For some time pasi, moaey-letters and packages
have been missed from the malls whloh traverse
thc South Carolina Railroad. The matter being
coiled tc th? attention of the postmaster here, a
special agent was detailed to work np the cas?,
end succeeded la discovering the perpetrator or
the crime, who was th?reupon promptly arrested.
It is due to the regalar mall agent, who has been
BO long known as a faithful servant of the public
on this route, to state that he has bern sick for
several week?, and being thu3 Incapacitated was
obliged to employ the substitute who has dealt
wit!; him so cruelly and unfalthrully.
GRAND CONCERT AT TUE NEW GERMAN HALL.
Miss Adelaide PhlUipps, the celebrated prima
donna and. among the sweetest singers in
America, will give one or her recherche concerts
at the new hall or theFreundscbaftsbund on next
Wednesday evening. She will be assisted by the
eminent baritone, Mr. Jules D. Hasler; the dis?
tinguished pianist and composer, Mr. Edward
Hoffman, and Mr. J. Levy, said to be the greatest'
cornet player lu tha world. The concert will be
made up ot thc most beautiful operas, and cannot
fail to be one of the greatest treats that has
been enjoyed la our city for a long time. - Re-,
served seats can be secure'] at the old stand of
Zogbanm & Young, on Monday the 39th Instant,
and tickets will bo sold at the hall on thc evening
of the concert, w
and exdrctl crowd gathered in Meeting 'street
yesterday afternoon and followed the police to
the Guardhouse, to witness the transportar on and
incarceration or a colored man, whose deep puta
tions.had Incapacitated bim for the usual mode
of locomotion. Though unable to walk he was
remarkably free ia the ase or his legs and arms,
and kicked aud 3truck ont vigorously in every
direction. Every effort of thfi prisoner was hail
??I with encouragement by" the sympathetic
crowd, and several excited polltiolans began-lay?
ing down the fondamental 'role that this was a
free country, and every man was entitled to his
liberty. The police were the only ones, h >wever,
who seemed to be lu earnest, and before the
crowd had worked themselves up to the sticking
point the Inebriate was sarely locked up In a cell
in the Guardhouse.
THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-With the- spread
ol education and the development or popular In?
telligence, the demand upon editors for litera?
ture which shall be instructive as well as amus?
ing, ls ever greater and greater. Tho Immense
success of flimsy and sensational periodicals
would seem to discredit this, but we believe there ,
ls practically an unlimited class ol readers Who
are able and willing to supp art heartily amiga
zlne which can be solid without belag dull. In?
structive without being pragmatic, and enter?
taining without being frivolous, such a maga?
zine pre-eminently ls the Eclectic. It contains
the best literature of the beat minds or England
and France, and every volume ls a cylopse lla. as
lt were, or foreign contemporary thought. The
February number ls handed us by Mr. John Rus
s^atci Mr. Fogartle, and contains nearly twenty
excellent articles, bssides the editorial depart?
ment There ls also a very fine portrait of Gena
ralTrochu, the "stern, parfont Breton," toward
whom the eyes of the .whole civilized world are
now turned. The Eclectic ls published ty E. R*. ,
Pelton, No. 103 Fulton street, New York. Price, ,
$5 per year. Single copies. 45 cents. ,
Hotel Arrivals-January 37.
Jno. H. More,-Colomb?, 8. C.; A. J. Clink
scales. Abbeville; H. a. Rd wards, Chicago; B. B.
Keeler, U.S. A.; TC D-fOapers, Savannah, Ga.;
Jno. Adams and wile, Richland; J. A Yatee, S. C.
MIUJ HOUSE, ^'-r
0. I>. Seymour, Hartford, coan.; Mrs. H. Hale
-and son -Michigan : :E> A-. Sonder, R. W Doning.
Phila?Mlphla; P. H. LBtleflelt! and wire, P. Stirer
and irate. Marlon; ^Mw. Pettit, Mra> Gross, Jira.
Aid?der, Mn ! ay leiphla;' (tafo. T.- Camina, Jas. W.
Poor, Coltaabia; Mrs." Seaman and daughter. New
Orleans f\R- 8. Oamp?ett. New-Tort; i. B Graves,
New Yo'L^Ev8.Payson, Lindon, England; R. W.
.Gillespie, New Orleans; Clark, Atlanta, Ga.
BvO. Edwards, Ohlcago; R. O. Linty, Louisville,
Ky.; J 0. Gatts, Monticello; U. Crook and wire,
White Plata, S. Y.; N. K. Perry, Colleton District;
S. Dibble. Orangeburg; A P. Scott, W. Scott. J.
Baker, D. MfcCatthy, Marden Grady's Circus; A^
S. Lawrence, P J. Couturier, St John's Berkeley;
J. J. Nettles and lady, Sout* Carotina; P. T. Har?
ley, Rom Sta'Kan; J. ft. -Cafe-, W. 8; Ca- e, BlaeV
101e; E. Harper, J. Harper, Klngstree; L. B. An
.4re,' Grady's Circus.
REAL-ESTATE SALK.-The lot of load on thc
.Toast side7or King street, toe tween Wentworth and
Society, with the brick store, now known as
Co.'irn's drag store, and building?, twenty-nine
feet in front on King street by one hundred and
seventeen feet deep.-was-sokt yestertay morning,
at public aactfbn, by H. H. DeLeon,, for S3150,
one-third cash, and the "balance In three equal
annual Instalments. *
CONVICTED AND PUNISHED.-Henry Thomp?
son, alias Thomas Bnrdow, who. was arrested
sometime back ror secreting himself In the
clothing store or Mr. Pass, on King street, a Jd
stealing thence a suit of clothes and other things,
was tried yesterday afternoon. The offence was
proved and Henry owned up to taking a pair of
pants. He was sentenced to the jail for thirty
days. _' _
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.-We
learn that there will be no service this evening ih
this church; bot on to-morrow night, at quarter
past 7, Rev. George C. Needham will preach. As
these services have been very acceptable to our
community, we doubt not that an Immense gath?
ering will ?assemble at the church. -, In the alter -
noon Ber. j: ti Wightman willoi ve';; one af -This
charming object lessons to the children of the
Sunday school. The usual services for the morn?
ing by the pastor._
STEALING CORN*.-Thomas Hopkins, a colored
?youth, was triad yesterday afternoon before Trial
Justice Schroder for Bt?aliQg cern from Patrick
,'Shearn The prisoner had been for sometime past
tn the employment of Mr. Shean, at his store, No.
ii America street, and was well acquainted with
Jtfce premises. On the mgUt.ot.tke 16th of January
aeehtoted th; yaru, audgoing to the stable ef?
fected hi3 entrance and toted-off seven bushels of
corn. The crime was.clearly proved, and having
been foudd guilty, he was sentenced to the county
jail for twenty-five days.
U2HT?D STATES COURT.-Tho District Court j
was opened at io o'clock yesterday morning, his
Honor Judge Bryan, presiding.
Ex partei). J. Winn, asslrnee, in re J. S. Wells,
bankrupt. Ordered that the said Thomas Wells
do show cause before the court o? Wednesday,
?he 15th of Mar:!), 1371, a: ll A. M., why he- has
uet complied witji the terms' or the sale, and why
the premises should not be sold at his risk.
The consideration or the case or Williams, Lang?
ley and Gleaves was resumed, and occupied the
court until the hour ol.adjournment. The com:
then adjourned until io o'clock to-day.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IN AUGUSTA.-On Thurs?
day morning, a young man named Raymond,
staying*at Mrs. S. rerun's boarding-house, lu Au?
gusta, attempted to commit suicide by cutting bis
throat with a razor. On Wednesday night he en?
tered his room with another person In an -intoxi?
cated condition, and remained there uutll the
door, which he had securely -locked, had been
forged next ruo rn Bi 3. . He was then di-.covered
with a'gash on. his throat and cutt OB each] arm,'
minuted: willi al f asor - which was Jj lpg faear^ a .ba?
sin of blood dischargeil from the woW . "MT. ,
Raymond ls originally from New York, but came
latterly ??om Atlanta to Augusta, seeking em?
ployment as fi clerk In a dry goods store. Pecu
' r uoirWerare Teprcsenreff-aathe cause af ?he
BiAitso^kiB^WtFJL-On Tndrad?y evening,
about; 7 a'elock,'Patrick Morlssy. ro'rtira? to his
koine turd fadUy ni King-, street as d ruaras" eo?
}es??nta,.ion3''of mean whiskey ca'uld make M ni.
Being in a quarrels JIU? humo.? h e.; pit che I upon
Wis wire and gave h?r a severe beating, which
ceuApcHed her to adi in the aid of the potioe. Pat
t?ck?wis taken to the Guardhouse, oil tormented
thronghoat the night by vision's of snakes, mon?
keys, Ac.,, the usual ac com p sail rb "if? s of "uiania
p?tu." Being Ur jug :is be/ore the Mayor, it was
shown that he frequently indulged in the pastime
of getting drunk and beating his- better half, aud
Had bx eu before thc Mayor >ev.erai.;.lmcs pee'rioas
for thea-3yjfiL'UccA Tue wife bad a 'deep ant ou
che head; und t?ie'Mayor sent Patrick to the city
registrar td be first cured, and tam tb the House
if Correction for thirty days,
THE GKAV MARS MISSING.-Charles Mitchell,
i colored mao, was arrested yesterday morning
JJ omcer Daiey and special officer Johnson, of the
letectlve force, chaiged with stealing a -fgray
mare from the plantation of Mr. Je'rvey, lu St.
John's Berkeley. Mitchell left the city ou Satur
lay last, and yttai to Mr. Jervey's, where he re?
mained uatd Sunday night. Next morning'lie
rUd disappeared, and. a gray maro, which had.
been turned out a*rblihd'itrfe' yard during The
evening, was also missing. The mare has not
since been heard of, aud the prisoner, who made
his appearance in town a few days ago, was
arrested on suspicion. He denies the charge, ansi
says he went to the plantation merely to remove
Hts property on account of his having been
wrested and tried some time back for stealing
sottou there. He is held for examination.
TUB COW AND TUE CONSTABLE.-An action
was brought, a few days ago, before Trial Justice
Magrath by Susana Aveline, for the recovery of
the possession of <?<>>w. which' had- been levied
on by a trial justice lu St. Thomas some two
years ago, upon a Judgment agalust her son,.
Hardtimes Brighton. Armed with tho writ, the
constables proceeded to the wilds of St. Thomas
and were pointed out the animal in the woods,
they soon-found that she.had as much respect
for the writ or trover arthe freedmen on Edlsto
Island had for the writ or ejectment, and at their
approach took to her heels. The ottfc.?rs follow,
ed, and after a lively chase through mud, thorns,
and canebrakes, succeeded la adjusting a rope
??er the hea t of the exhausted animal. Sh-j was
ariven and dragged to tue city, and presented
auch a forlorn and unpro-nlelog appearance that
the defendant refused to litigate for her at the
appointed time yesterday morning. The trial of
the case was postponed until to-day, when judg?
ment by default will he given ror the plaintiff on
the non-appearance or the deren laut.
THE PROPOSED POLICE CouRT.-*-Mr. Hunt?
er's bili now before the House, arter providing ror
the aboliBhmg or the Mayor's and Recorder's
Courts of the City of Charleston, provides for the
establishment of a police court, to consist of one
person, appointed aud commissioned by the
Mayor, with the advice of the Council, to hold the
office for the term of four years, unless sooner re?
moved by the Mayor, with advice of Council, and
for good cause, which must be legally and suffi?
Section 6 provides that If the justice is unable
or dlsqualrfled to sit upon a case, any disinter?
ested trial justice or Justice of the peace within
the city may. by request of the court, liear and
determine the case.
Section 7 provides for the appointment of a
clerk, providing the city, mike- provision fer.pay?
ment, or provision i3 otherwise made. The
amount of salary to be determined by thc Mayor
and Connel; or the Mayor jnay direct the chief of
police to detail one of the-force to perro rm said
duty, to hold office during thc pleasure of the
justices. . - b
Section 8 relates to records to be kept.
Section o provides for rent of rooms, stationery,
Section io gives power to the justice and clerk
to Issue warrants when the court ls not in session.
Section ll provides that dally sessions shall be
held.(except Sundays) at such hour as (he Mayor
Section 12 directs the receipt or fees, Aa, and
that they be paid monthly to the treasurer of the
Section 13 directs th <t all fees of officers and
witnesses, whether received directly lrom the
person convicted, or through the city treasurer,
shall be paid to the persons entitled to them; If
not so paid, to be paid over to the city.
Section 14 provides for fees and costs not re?
ceived, to be taxed up, and to be paid by the city
treasurer, as ls provided for in prosecutions be
fore trial justices, by the county treasurers.. -
Section 15 relates to jurisdiction, being ever all
suite that eau be entertained by trial justices, and
may make such rules as may be necessary.
Appeals are provided ror, the same as In trial
justices' courts, and tho same fees are allowed as
In oases-berore trial justices' courts. The salary
of the Justice to be $1200, to be paid out or the j
M CUTIS G OF COUNCIL.
ut ?A special meeting of Council waa held last
"?Vening at the usual hoar. Present-the Mayor,
and Aldermen Geddings, Potter, ffolllns, Voigt,
Hampton, L. P. and E. P. Wall, Thorne, McKin?
lay, Howard and Greene..
Th-J Mayor stated that the only business before
(?M? "Council was the- drawing of thejuxlesfortho
February term.of the State Circuit Court, and
that he-had been notified by the sherill of the
matter only lately. Aldermen Thorne and Potter
were appointed tellers.
Thc following 16 petit Jurors were drawn for the
I-Court of General Cessions : G. Fr von Kaunitz,
white; J. A. Beasley, white; P. L. Gulllemln,
white; Sam Steele, colortd; J. H. Cammer, white;
Wm. Parker, colored*; John W. Waterman, white;
John Lutjen,s whltef James Levy, colored; B. Po?
ley, white; Eugene Huchct, white; Wm. E. Evans,
colored; John Bonum, colored;, Walter Wilhams,
colored; Henry Turner, colored; J. D. Boyle,whlte.
The following 16 were drawn for the drat and
second week of the Conrt of Common. Pleas: J. P.
Reils, white; Tork Mitchell, colored; John Mon
sees, white; S. J>. Kirk, wtflte; Jno. R. Campbell,
colored; T. W. Benseman", white; Wm. Emily,
colored; Henry Austin, colored; J. R. Glbbs.Vhlte;
Wm. Shokes, white; Peter Lee, white; J. N. Rob
son,.white; Jno.. McCall, colored; Jno. T. Morris,
colored; Thomas Choate, white-; J. J. Monaghan,
The following sisteen petit jurors were drawn
for the 3d and, 4th weeksjof the Court of Common
Pleas: M.*C. Tharln, white; P. J. Coogan, white;
Samuel Howard, colored; H. F. Faber, white;
Francis* Ryan, colored; John Mitchell, colored;
John Conlon, white; James Barry, white ; B. Boll
mann, white; John Meade, white; C. F. Davis,]
whl e; John Dougherty, Sr., whjte; F. w. Wag?
ner, white; Rbbert Howard, Jr., colored; John
Quinlan, white; Marlow Cochraue, colored.
At the entl of each drawing the slips of paper,
with the names of the jurors drawn upon them
were placed lu a sealed envelope by the Alder?
men tellers and returned to.the box, a correct
Hst being kept by the clerk.
Thc Mayor presented the bills from the city pa?
pers for printing the Mayor's and. city apprais?
er's auuual reports, and asked the advice of
Alderman Cunnlnghammoved that Ute bills of
TUE NEWS and Courier be .paid, and ;h?t the
other be referral to the committee on; "printing
to laves'Igate. aad report at-,the next meeting.
Council then adjourned.
ACADEMY OF Music.-The Queen Star of the
South acd the eminent: comedian, Rose and
Harry Watkins, will open a bj 1er engagement at
the Academy, on Monday night, with "Trodden
Down, or Under Two Flags.'"' These talented per?
formers are supported by a stock company who
have been selected with great care, and have
elicited th? most flattering notices from the press
of the cities which they have vlslte-1. It ls some
time since the Academy has Treen graced with a
genuine play, and after the blaze and glare of
burlesque, we predict the wat mest encourage?
ment auti.crowded houses for the Watkln?Tronpe.
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR OFKICJS SEEKERS.-It
may be Interesting to those wlio are ambitious to
flll soft plac?elo learn-that Hayne has introduced
nhill providing for au Increase in thc number of
trial justices. It is proposed to amend the law so
that the justices will be distributed as follows:
Abbeville, 0; Anderson, 16; Barnwell 10; Beaufort,
14; Charleston, 24; Chester, 8; Clarendon, 6; Col
.'eton, 10: Chesterfield, 6; Darlington, S; Edgefield,
12: Fairfield, 8; Georgetown, ?: Greenville, 8; Kor?
ry. 6; Kershaw, 8; Lancaster, 0; Lexington, 10;
Laurens, 5; Marlon, 8; Marlboro, 0; Newberry, 7;
Ocouee, 5; Orangeburg, 9; Plckens, C; Richland,
10; Spartanburg. 12: Sujnter, 1Z: Union, 12; Wil?
liamsburg, 8; York, 8.
FERRY o>' WANDO RIVER.-A bill to vest in
thc Caarlestoa Land Company the charter of a
ferry from Hamlin's wharf, In the City of Charles?
ton, to the following points on the Wando fclver,
namely, Seanloaville, Reiule.v's Point. Vennlng's
Lauding, and Daniel's Island Lauding, has been
introduced by Swails In Hie Senate. The bill ls
gotten np In accordance with a petition presented
some time since by the Charleston Land Company",
which was noticed at that time. Thc charter
ls to last twenty years, and the parties are r,o
have tho privilege ot" charging not more than
fifty cents for each .passenger conveyed, and
reasonable freight on merchandise. Two years
lj allowed for the completion of the ferry.
SUSI UTE S S "if OTIC ES.
CLEAN CLOTHES FOR NOTHING.-A Virginia
gentleman has Just arrived In Charleston with an
old Virginia recipe, which, for business purposes,
ls called the Japanese Cleansing Cream, and which
in less thau half a minute removes any stain
from Clot*, ellk..and-kindred fabrics, without'-In?
jury. He will btUfon our cMzens to-day" and'f?r
uls.i the recipe ail.I article. We have seeu it nnd
know its value, y..- r*\. ? *> T < ~i
yje_-a ? ' !
ANOTHER reduction In crackers at Kinsman
BrotHers, Ko. 84 Majket^jreej:-' See advertise?
ment.^. _? \ I ...?J. 'S... .x ?
ENJOY a heaven oT rest, by using^lie Cele?
brated Tonic, Old Caro'dlftf*Bitters. j?
RusWriooDs! "RUSTIO kopW&?ie aid
corner brackets, book.-?oH? wall pockets, paper
stands, match la^jayatM .picture Ira mes. Hasel
Street Bazaar jpayf?. ia?' King street':' ' ochs
CHROMOS ! \ " CHEAP 1 CHROMOS ! - Hasel
strccbjlasaar and No. 161 King stree:, novie-s
BS ' . >.'M-K': y _ ? su?? i-fc-i
Axnrsnos*. TX>OTII^;-Stere^coptcf -views
of Chaxlastoaand vicinity, at. No: lol Jung street,
orat the Hasel street Bazaar. novl?
THROCOHOUT the South_ people will suiter
froiai Nervous Debility, "Dyspefa'sll, Chills and
Feveraandiotlwr malarious diseases, because they
Lave, not usad the GI ? Carolina Biters.
, *-..?. - ' j?" *~ _
HOUSEKEEPERS acknowledge 'Pioneer Yeast
Powder best ia market, sold by ali grocers..
dec24-sir9 . ,
THE. most Dellgh'tiul Tonic known, U the
Old Carolina Bitters. Try them.
v. xj*>' i * '~
MiRic* TOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
I'lafes-af- the Hase! street Bazaar. octl4-fs
-.- nt,..- .? V' -i -
FRAMEWT FRAMES ! FRA^BS?-AT REDUCED
PRtCBOT*.?T B-enucsn PBICE8"f>T.F?r,, Photo
grap Us. andJ^nexial Cards-the, greatest variety
ever S?c? In this city-the Ladles are especially
Invited to call at No! iel- King street', br at-the
Basel street Bazaar. ^ ' octl4-fs
BcstNtjas ?NVBLOPE.'I.-TH? NEWS Job Office
is now prepared;:o' fernlen good envelopes,'with
business cards print ed thereon,, at. $4. per thous?
and. Send yopr orders, ?very merchant and
busfnest* -?an^shonl? have his card printed on
h la envelopes. .- . . . ..
* Bitters. ' . : 4'
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE -
OLD C Xfi O X I J> A .BIT T E R S.
1 H." BISCHOFF -Sc CO.,
. \ . ' . flv KLATTE & CO.?
J. A. QUACKENBU3H, - -
WAGENER ? MONSEES,
MANT0UE ? 00.
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REDFORD'S (I IT E . (
* TEA ; W AVB
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY Bl
PURE LEAP LARD '
. JT. CLAIM -TO* KBEP TH? LAROBST ST(
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
. . VERY
E. E. BE]
WILLIAM & CG
No. 37? KIN(
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Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugai
.. VEGETABLES, M
AH* articles sold from this establishment are o
Goods lellvered to all parts of the City, Railroad
EVERY E. BEDFCR'P. ? SEI
GEO. H, GR?BER. ? C
Clothing ano . Inrnisrjing ?coils,
g B M .0 V A L.
A RARE CHANCE!'
BARGAINS SELLING AT 003T AND LESS !
, Jae undersigned before his removal on MONDAY.
th?o30tti'inBtant, to another city, offers his Im?
mense StOCK Of CLOTHING AND FASHIONABLE
GOODS to wholesale buyers and retail custom, re?
gardless of cost. Call ac once at.
NATHANIEL A COHEN'S CLOTHING DEPOT,
Comer Princess and King streets.
TO REDUCE STOCK, WE OFFER THE
' ' BALANCE OF OUR
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
' ' NAMELY:
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $33 and $10, to $35
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $35, to $28
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $30 ana $32, to $25
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $25 and
$28, to $20
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
j $22, to $16
BEAVER AND, MELTON OVER SACKS, $14 and
$15, to $11
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS, $?0, to $7
UNION BEAVER OVE R SACKS, $7, to $ S
BEAVER, KINO WILLIAM, $21, to $20
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $20, to $15
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS,. $25, to $20
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $15, to $12
CHINCHILLA D..B. SACKS, $11, to $10
CHINCHILLA D.'B.'SACKS, $10, ta $8.
WE HAVE IN STOCK,
A FULL LINE O FLOODS,
FOR MENS' WE 1ft.
J. H. LAWTON ft GO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BULLPim
?lkn'e Hnbenogar. *
" THE CHEAPEST
STAR SHIRTS Ai (ELM!
. IN THE CITY
ARE TO BE 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.
gOUTHERN DIE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE baa been opened
at No. 369 King street, where DYEING in all coi
ora, and Cleaning of an kinds la done at the
shortest-notice and In the best style. ,,
I. BILLER, French Dyer,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street,
! 9 E WIS ' S) (i R 0 C i:
E H O* tJ S ? .
rjTTEP. _ , j
. . - .
r AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, and
BISCUITS, 4c., 4c
)CK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
AND VERY .OLD
IRWIN A CO.,
?s Provisions, Spices, &c
EATS, SOUPS, &9.
f the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTE J.
Depots, Steamboats, free or expense.
?D FOR A
f JAS. S. MARTIN.
(WM. Q. MOOD, JR.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To THE COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR THE
ELECTIOITDISTRICT OF GEOROETOWN COUNTY:
Whereas, the Hon. J. H.' RAIKEY, who at the
General Election held In April, 1868, was chosen a
member of the Senate of the State of South Caro?
lina, for the Election District of Georgetown
Coan ty, and drew a ballot to serve for the term
of four years, has' resigned; and. whereas, the
Constitution of the State or Sonth Carolina directs
that In such case a Writ of Election shall be issued
by the President of the Senate for the purpose of
tilling tbe vacancy th is occasioned, for the re?
mainder of the term rm which said member was
Now, therefore, yon and each of you aro hereby
required, alter due advertisement, and with strict
regard.to all the provisions of the Constitution
and laws of sold State, touching ycnr duty In such
case, to hold nn ELECTION FuR A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE or the State ol South Carolina, for
the County or Oebrgetown, to serve ror the re?
mainder of tue term for which said member, Hon.
J. H. Ral ney, was elected; the Polls to be opened
a; thc various places of election, lu said District, on
THURSDAY, February 16th, 1871, by the various
Managers of Election ror those places respectively,
In accordance with the provisions or the Act or the
General Assembly, entitled "An Act providing ror
thc General Election, and the manner of conduct?
ing the same," approved March 1st, 1870; and this
writ, together with your return of the election to
be held under lt, have before the Senate at its
nest meeting after the election.
ALONZO J. RANS I ER, President of Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To THE. COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR THE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON COUNTY:
Whereas, Hon. WM. H. MISHAW, who, at the
otarra. Election held lu Ootober, 1670, was chosen
a member of the Senate or the Stale or Sonth
Carolina, for the Election District or Charleston
County, to serve ror the term of roar, years, baa
deceased; ard whereas, the-Constitution or tho
Stare or Sonth Carolina directs that In such a case
a Wilt of Election shall be Issued by the President
of the S?pate ror the purpose or tining the vacancy
thus occasioned, ror the remainder or the term
for which said member Was elected:
Now, therefore, you and each of yon are hereby
required, after due advertisement^and with strict
regard to all the provisions or the Constitution
and laws of said Stale, touching your duty in such
case, to hold an ELECTION FOB A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE or the State of South Oarollna,;ror
the County or Charleston. to serve ror the remain?
der or the term for which said member, Hon. w.
U. Wishaw, was elected; the Polls to be opened at
the various pla-es of election, on THURSDAY. Feb?
ruary 18,. 1871, by the various Managers of Elec?
tion for 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 or conducting the
snme," approved March 1st, 1878; and thia writ,'
together with your return of the Election to be
hvld under lt, bave bet?re the Senate at Its next
meeting arter the election.
A. J. RA ss I ER. President of Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha l-l-ind GUANO,
tu store and to arrive.. LOUIS Mc LA IN,
jan4_. -. * Ho. 31 Uroad street.
ATLANTIC .-PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OP CHARLESTON, 8. C.
F. J. PORCHER,- ^ F. J. PELZER,
President. . Treasurer.
DIRECTORS.-W. LEBBY, W. 1?. HALL, L. D. Ds
SAUSSURE, B. QT WNCKNEY. ."
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works on Ashley River,
ander the direction of an experienced and practi?
Ijie Company intend this to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, and one which can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared tr> manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE ror composting with cotton
This -preparation ls highly recommended by
chemlsta, as with lt Planters are enabled, to make
their own fertilisers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sola ab $86 per
ton, cash, or $60 on rime, with interest at the rate
ol one per cent, per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE is ?old at $35 nerton,
cash, or $40 ou time, with interest at the rate or
one per cent, per mo?b.
PKLZER, RODGERS ? CO., General Agents,
dec31-4mos Brown's Wharf. Charleston, s. 0.
JL. LUNSFORD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERKR, ?eas leave to nrorin
the people or Charleston, and of the Sta'", that
lie is still carrying on his old buslnea?, at No. 31
Qns/m street. He can make or r pair a piece or
Furniture or any. description. He also maanfac
tures new MATTRKSSBd and renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced oy an experienced
workman. ??ustome'S may .rely upon the per?
formance of work lu a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, larne
size, ta 50; Hair Mattress-'*, $4; Cotton or Wool
Maureasi'B. $6. Persons bavlug this work- to be
done are assured that the contents or mattresses
will sot be exchanged for cheap or Inferior arti?
cle?. ' J.' L. LUNSF.ORD, P. B. H.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE No. ?
. Pitt street. South or Calhoun, and aalte
near the City Railway.
On THURSDAY, February 9th, at ll o'clock
will ho sold, at rheOId P. Btofflce, Broad street, t
The above well built and conveniently arranged
WOODEN RESIDENCE, containing nine room*
besides attics, with a wide plazia-to the sooth.
The kitchen contains four rooms. The lot, which
ls very blgh, measures abont 76, by 109 feet, more
or lesa. ? >
Terms-One third cash ; balance in one, two and
three years, by bond, with Interest semUannuajiy,
secured by mortgage of the premises. Buildings
to be rnsnred and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay R. M. M. & Bro. for.papers and stamps. \
. Bj L S. JK. BENNETT.
mHE ?XECUTORS OF THOMAS BEN?
JL NETT vs. Jane M. Bennet!; et al.-Under de
cree of court of Common Pleas.-In Eqalty.
Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the Stu March,
at the old Postoffice in Charleston, at ll o'clock,
AM. - *
The fallowing Real Estate, belonging to the
estate ef the late Thomas, Bennett; as set forth In
plats io bb seen at the office of I. 8. E. Bennett,
1. All that portion of the CANN6NS80R0UGH
TIDE MILL PvJS'D TRACT, sRuate east of Rut?
ledge avenue, south of .Calhoun street and west
of Smith street. This portion may be laid off In
lots fronting on the above named streets, two of
which are the principal thoroughfares of the city..
It alsoembraces-theiots. through which the City
Tidal Drains draw water from the pond, and
should attract the attention of the city aratborltles
aa purchasers. . . _
2. All that portion of the MILL POND TRACT,
lying west or Rutledge avenue, south of t alhoun
street, and extending west to a line commencing
on Gadsden street, south of the;Lct of Mr. Crouch,
and diverging around the square established to
the east of the residence of the late Governor Ben?
nett, thence along Lucas street to the centre of
Oumrr.lng's Creek, thence along the centre of
aaid Creek tothe wharf head at the east end of
said creek, thence alrong the boundary line of
the Tract back to Rntledge avenue. This portion
-Includes the three story Tide Mill, with the
Wharf adjacent, the upper Flood Gate, thc Brick
Slack, Coanijug-house, and sundry small Houses
on the high land, near tue Residence; and much
ot lt may he laid ott tn lots on Rutledge avenue
ami Calhoun street; and thc whole portion ls also
worthy the attention oU.hu city authorities as an
essential means of flooding their Tidal Drains.
3. All that, portion or the said TRACT- lying
west of incas stre?t?aod ox ten din g on the south
to the centre of Cumming'* Creek, to the north
extending to the centre or the creek or canal be?
tween tills properly and that lately belonging to
Jonathan Eneas, and to the west extending to
the property of the We.n Point Attila Company
and to the channel of Ashley River, on which
there.ls a frontage or seo feet. On this portion
there ls a targe three-story Budding, formerly
used as a steam saw -mill, a&d a wharf and cause?
way leading to the West Point Mills; also, a dam
or bank to the north and a flo.odga.te to the south
to admit .Mo tide.- The Lot tamedtatety-opposite
theresidence of Mr. Jennlags,.on calhoun sire t,
ls the boundary on that, side, and the whole Tract
ds more exactly described ra a plat to be seen at
the office of Mr. Bennett. *
4. Two LOTS on Calhoun .stree;, opposite the
residence of Mr. D. Jennings, on one of which ls
a beautiful grove OT oak trees, and* each lot meas?
ures 60 leet fronLon Calhoun, street, by 181 -feet
6. 'All that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at tho J
east end of HU'el street, on Cooper River, a few
blocksabovetheOusromhou.se, and a snort tfis
unce from the New York Packet Wharf, measur?
ing about 120 feet In width, and running from
Concord street 360 feet, or more to the channel of
Cooper River, Including therein ample ftockage,
both on the north and south ?idee, and on the
obannel of the river.
Conditions of frale-One firth <m-h; balance la
four eoiiiil annual Instalments, with Interest from
date, payable annually, at 7 per cent., secured by
bond, with mortgage of the property, with policy
of Insurance on the buildings assigned. Pur
ch users to pay for all necessary paper?" and
stamps. W. J. BENNETT,
By TV. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BR?NS,
AN ELIGIBLY LOCATED AND
most Desirable Residence on Rutledge Ave?
nue, corner or Radcllfle street.
Will bc sold on THURSDAY, 2d of February,
at thc Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock.
That well-known and most attractive RESI?
DENCE, on the northeast corner or Rutledge Ave?
nue ana Radcllfle street. The Resldeuoe contains
five square rooms, besides pantry ?and dressing
room; In addition, the basement fs of sufficient
height to bl utilized and Improved. On the prem?
ises are a cistern ?nd excellent well of wa'cr,
kitchen of four rooms, also carriage house and all
necessary outbuilding. Lot measures 43>i feet
H om by 140 feet tn depth, more or less.
Terms-one-third cash; balance In one and two
years, with interest as seven percent., payable
eeml anuually. Recured by bond and morrgnge;
property to be Insured and policy assigned. Pur
cnaser io pay for papers aud stamps.
IN THE COURT OF PROBATE-LEX?
INGTON-Ex pane Alexander H. Wolfe, Adc
ralnistrator of W. M. Beckham, deceased-Peti?
tion to sell personal Property of deceased.
Pursuant to Hie order or Hon. A. H. Caugjiman,
Judge or Probate for Lexington Couuty. I will
'sell, on the FIRST DAY OF -FEBRUARY next, and
The PERSONAL PROPERTY of W. M. Beckham,
deceased, consisting of about ' .
30 BALES COTTON
is Moles, 3 Horses ami 2 Colts
.. 60 Hogs, uo Cattle, among whigh arc a great
many.flnc Milch Cdws
Kitchen Furniture, Ac, and a Lirge quantity of
fine Cotton Seed.
3OU0 bushels Corn and a large quantity of Fod?
der. " .
3 Four-horse Wagon*, l Ox-?art,. large quantity
or Farming Implements, House ana Furniture
Tue sale w id be co ni in en etd at WTjat tsinown
as the James Bates place la Rlchlaau Fork, and
continued there until all the properly .op that
place ls sold; and on the dav Immediately suc?
ceeding, the sale will be continued at Hie Baker
place, tn Lexine ton, the late residence of the de?
ceased, and continued there un til ? a U the property
ls so|d. lt. ls thought t he sale* at (lie Bates place
wilt occupy about t wo. days, and the sale com?
menced nt the Bnk?r placeen thc third.. .
Terms or sale casu. .. S- M. RQGF,
Sheriff's Office, Lexington. Coiirthcuse, January
9. 1871.. . Ja??S-WB?
Drugs, ?r)cmi.:als, &t.
rjlHL GREAT LUNG REMEDY ?
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, AaUinia. Ooogba,
Colds, Bleeding of the Lunga, Citoup, Whooping*
Cough and Consumption, wheo, taken in time.
Has never failed.
to bear testimony to the great snperloTlty of
OLOBE FLOWER OOGOH-8YRUP over all other
lang remedies Introduced.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls warranted nqtr to
contala opium or other nauseous drugs lu any or
-their rorms. . '
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure I
Globe Flower Cough. Syrup ls protected by
letters patent, both OB trade mark label and com?
pound. lt ls pleasant to the taste and harmless
to the most delicate Infant.
For sale by Druggists. Price Si per bottle;
PKM tiEBTON, TAYLOR A CO.,
Proprietors and dentists, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWBXb Gi., APIH 23, 1870.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor ? Co:
DEAR Sins-1 received the bottle- ot Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and began the
use bf lt Immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable night than she bas for three
months, and now, at 10 o'clock A. |L. sags she
feels Hke another woman. I Intend-to cornieue
the use or the Globe Flower Syru"p. believla* lt
will make a cure. Never have I Witnessed such
great benefit irani a remedy, in so short a time, In
my-ure. I'shall in the future use your '?lobe
Flo WIT syrup lu all coses of colds, coughs, ind
all affections of the lungs that may present taem
selves. . Respectfully,
R. B. ANDERSON, M. D.
For sale by all Druggists,.
Whole-ale Druggists. .
deCT-tutti93mos' '_Oharleatqu. S. C.
QERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL 1
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INP AN TS !
This, ls the beet Medicine for young ohildren,
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, in ldent to Teething. It may be glyen
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other In
Price. 25 cents a bottle.
Manufacture i and for sale by
DR. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. O. BA li BOT,
tr. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. E. COBEN,. Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN ft OH WAKE,
G. W. AIM AR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LDHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally. ._Jan21
gENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED, .
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
1 . Unction "galegaH?nxe Bass.
Bj LOWMrES & GRIM B ALL.
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF THE -?
.Executore^'conslstlng of Valuable Wharf ;A
Slice, Building Lots.-Stores, Ac, on East Ba? and I
Market streets. formerly belonging to the Est?te S
of General Charles Cotes worth Plhcknsy.
WU be sold os THURSDAY, February 10,1871, J
: at tue Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock-, :. 9
All those LOTS OP LAND, on the west side of
?.gt Bav, jost north of Harket street, described I
, on a plat made by Wm. Home, surveyor, Decem?
ber 27,1870, as'Lots A, B, C, D, E, varying Is 1
measurement from 22 feet 6 lnohes ?ont onEast 3
Bay, and 107 feet deep, more or lens, to 27 feet ,;
rront and 121 feet 8 inches deep, more or leas. j
A STRIP OF LAND, described on same plat,
measuring 33 feet front, more or leas, cm East Bay, 2
18/ uer, more or lesa, on On ! gn ard street, and Sa 9
feet, more or less, on Raper's aUey. On this Lot
are four brick buildings. 3
THREE LOTS, bounding the above Lot to th? 8
south, meas ur mg each 28 feet 4 inches more or I
less, by ice feet 9 inches, more or less, and des- !
"cribed on platof Wm. Burne, sorv?yor, as Lota H, 1
G, P. . j
All that LOT, running east from the proleoted m
line of Concord street, to th? channel of Cooper <
River, measuring on said line 204 feet, more or A
less, as ls more fully shown by reference had to 9
platof Wm.-Hume, Surveyor. jf
Those TWELVE LOTS OF LAND, on the nerta. ?
Aide of Market street, east of East Bay street, 5
measnring each 254 feet, more or lesa, except one, I
which measurer 30 feet front, more or leas, by 100 I
feet deep, more or leas, and described m put of m
Wm. Hame, Surveyor, by the Nos, from 8 to 19, In?
ALSO, * 5
Those SEVEN LOTS OF LAND,on east side of <
East Bay, described on a platof Wm. Hame, Sar- I
ve . OJ, by the Nbs. 1,2,8,4, 6, 6,7, varying from 25 E
feet rront, by 120 feet deep, inore or fen, to 25 feet *
rront, by 135 teet deep, Tapre or less. . -|
That LOT OP LAND, on'west side or Concord 8
street, measnring 194 feet,more or less, on said 9
street,- by 900 fees deep, more or lees.'
. '. . -u . ALSO,
AU those SEVEN LOTS., OF LAND? with the ?
Buildings thereon, situate ?on the south side of
Mtfrket street, between Church and Meeting, and 3
known as Nos..!, 2, 4, 6,4,7, 8, on aplat or Wm. fl
Hume, Surveyor., , . . ^
. Lot No. 1,?at the southwest corner Church and f
Market streets, measnring 20 feet 4 Inches more \
or less, oa Market street, 76 feet 3 inches more or j
less, on Clim ch street, by 20 feet, mora or less, on -,
the back linette the'soath. . . '
Lot No. 2, next west of theabov? Lot, measuring
100 feet 6- inches, mor? or less, on Market street, 1
by 71 fe et-3 rh ches deep, more or less, and 98 feet
e laches, more or lem, on tile back line to the 9
south. * -.
Let No. A te the west ot, Lot now or formerly
.owned by Bart A Witta,-measuring 37 reet 8 Inch- fl
es, mace or less, In'front on Marget street, by TO I
feet 3 Inches, more or less, in depth, and 42 feet,
more or lett, on the bsckline to the south. - 1
Lot No. 5. next west bi .tn* above, measuring 86
feet 4 inches, .more or l?sa, ta front on Market
street, bf TOieet 3- Inches, more or lesa, in death,
and 35 feet 4 inches, more or less, on the bick
line to the smth. - -
Lot No. ?.next west ottne above, measuring as
feet 6 inches, more or less, in front on Market st,
by 70 feet 5 inches In depth, more or lesa, and 28 3
feet five inches, more or less, pn the batt line, to a
the south. . - .. s
Lot No. 7, next* west, of the ?bp ve. measnring
in fronton af artet -street, 29 feet mere or lesa, in
depth 68 feet 3 inches, more or leas, JrySffeet,
?ore or le*, on the back line to the sonto.
Lot Na -8 n?xt west ot the above, measoring 27
feet, mora orles?, m front on Market street, by ?8
feet tn'depth, more er less, and 27 feet, more or
less, on tue backus* to theeonta. ?
AH that PLANTArr^NMa BL Lake's Parish,
known as Toppen, containing 290 acres cleared,
and-aores wooded land.
A PEW m the middle aisle or St. Philip's Ohorcb,
and known aa No. 37..
Terms-One-third cash; batanee loone, two and
?bree years, secured by.bona and mortgage of the
purchaser or purchasers, with m te rest from day
or sale, at the rate or seven per cent, per annum,
payable semi-annually; buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps.
Plats may be Been at our office.
Jan26-ths6wth2 ' _
By LOWNDES & G RI MB ALL,
WILL BE SOLD ON THTJRSDAY, 9TH
February next, at the Old Postoffloe at ll
That desirable HOTEL, situated at the corner of
aneen and Meeting streets, and known as the
ILLS HOUSE. The house contains about leo
Chambers, besides Parlors, Ladles' Ordinary, Bar?
ber Shop, Bath-rooms, water-closets, Laundry,
Steam < nglne and Boiler for driving machinery
and pumps and for heating the house, and all the
conveniences or a first-class modern hotel. Also,
fine Cellars and large Cisterns. The building ls
very substantial and the interior finely finished.
The location ls the most desirable In the city, and
the house has always been a favorite one. The
property ls now under lease till 1st November,
1873, at $10,000 per annnm, payable monthly. The
lot measures 80 feet, more or less, on Meeting
street, by 275 fee t on Queen street, and 117 feet on
West line. This gives ample yard room for att
purposes of the hotel and for extending the bu lib?
ing ir desired.
Terms-one-third cash: balance lu one, two
and three years, secured oy bond or bonds of the
purchaser, with interest from* the day of sale, pay?
able semi-annually, and a mortgage qi. the prenv
lses, tho buildings thereon to be insured and the
policy assigned. Th? purchaser to pay for papers
and the necessary revenue stamps. "
By JV P.. SALAS,
Auetlonf er. .
/COFFEE. SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
\J IMPORTED BY W. P. HALL
Oa THURSDAY next, the 2d February, at IL
o'clock, A. M., will he sold In Coma's Warehouse,
corner of-Queen an?i Philadelphia streets, r>
CARGO OF BRIT1SH--BRIO- "PROTHISA," DI
-RKOT .PROM R?O JANEIRO, consisting Of :
2,500 saocs of Rio COFFEE, expressly selected
far tut? market. . .
CARGO Of .:?HR. $Ot' DEMING,'' DIRECT
"PRO o JEMEBAR A> consisting of :
mhhds. Good, PrTme and Choice DEMERARA
109 this. Choice Demerara Sagan
es pun?*eons Chotee Demerara Molasses.
AND IktMKDIATBLT AJTSK,
350 boxes Good lo Prime CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR
soo bills. Bright. Musco va 0 Molasses
65 bhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
The above Goods will be readyfor lnspectloa-on
day previous to sale, and Catalogues furnished. ...
Conditions of sale-All snms nnder $3000, cash;
from $2000 tn $5000. thirty days; over 16000, sixty
days, with approved city endorsed notes.
S^The Colombia Phceaix, savannah Rep?bli?
cas, Augusta Chronlcteand Sentinel, Atlanta Intel
lLgeaccr aed Macon Telegraph win pieaao Insert
twice, and send bills to F. P. s. Jan28?7
jXmrtioneerg1 ffinittte goto, &t.
Ns. 33 Broad Street.
FOR SALE, TWO FIRST-CLASS REAL .
ESTATE BONDS, for $2067 each.
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK, short date, and
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock.
WANTED,41Aopoon Collaterals. , Jan28-1
Bf ALONZO J. WHITE * SQN.
RAVEN'S POINT PLANTATION,
Will be sold, at private ?ale, RAVEN'S POINT
PLANTATION, one of the finest sea Island cotton
places in the State, containing 750 acres more or
less, SOO cf which are cleared, balance well wood?
ed, situated on southwest corner John's leland.
On plantation fine dwelling, all necessary- out?
buildings, and honses for operatives. This place
is worthy the attention or agriculturists. For
particulars apply as above, No. 58 East Bay.
By WABDLAW & CAREW.
FARMS! FARMS ? FARMS 1 FIVE
Acres-Ten Ac es-Fifteen Acree.
For Sale-Several small 'FARMS situated In 8b.
James Goose Creek, bordering on the State Road,
the Noni-eastern Railroad and Goose Creek, about
twelve miles fruin the city.
Apply to WARDLAW A OAREW,
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Real Estate Broker, No. 56 Bro sd Stre?t*
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
locations. . c -
Rlce and Cotton Plantationa In all parts of the
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