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Tbe following ls the War Department veath
s." report-divisions of telegrams ami reports for
the benefit of commerce. Observations taken
yesterday, at 4:31 P. M.. Charleston time._
Baltimore. 30.3G 37
Charle.-ton, S. C. 30.25153
Key West, Fla... 30.09179
New York. 30.27 36
Sr. van nah.' 30.22
Norfolk ........J 30.34141
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Z'phr ; Clear.
Pl'st. I Cloudy.
Barometer corrected for elevation and tempe -
Meetings This Day.
St. Andrew's Society, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Lowndes ? Grimball will sell at ll o'clock,
at the old Postofflce, real estate.
Lents D. BeSaussure will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postofflce, real estate.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, dry goods, hosiery, Ac.
Paul B. La'ane & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
t"feir store, sweet potatoes, Ac.
RANGE OF THERMOMETER at Joseph Black?
man's dreg store, No. 39 Broad street, January 30:
Eight o'clock, 49: 10, 53; 12, 57; 2, 56; 4, 55; C, 54;
THE GREENVILLE AND COLCMB'V RAILROAD.
We beg to acknowledge, with thanks, the receipt
from C. V. Carriugton, Esq..-secretary and treas?
urer, of a pass over this road for the current
THE TRIBCNE ALMANAC 1871.-We have re?
ceived a copy of this invaluable pol'Mcal and
statistical rad? 'meewn. The compliers have
contrived to make it ah improvement upon its
predecessors, which seemed almost impossible.
A FISH TRANSACTION.-Wm. Hall and Geo.
Brown, two young men of color, were arrested
yesterday morning by Offlcer Johnson, of the
detective force, on a charge of stealing fish from
Nolan's stall in the Market. They were detected
In the act, and are held for examination.
SAIL STOLEN.-William Maxwell was arrest?
ed on Saturday evening, by OlHcer Daly, on sus?
picion of stealing a sail and some money from a
boa: on South Bay. He was brought before thc
Mayor yesterday morning, and, after a hearing,
turned over to a trial justice for further examina?
tion. The case will be tried to-day.
TUE MANLY ART.-On Sunday morning, two
spirited youths or color, Wm. Tharin and John
Drayton by name, Indulged In a little set-to In
front or the Charleston Hotel. After some spar?
ring, the well-matched pair had just settled to
fkelr work in earnest, when a policeman appear?
ed upon the scene. The amateurs were collared
and taken to the Guardhouse, whence they made
their exit next morntng, after a short Interview
with the Mayor, on their way to the House of Cor?
rection. They caa be found at the latter place for
the next five days.
TUE AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE.-The at?
tention of the public ls Invited to the advertise?
ment of the manager or this popular scheme, in
serted in another column. The object or the sale
and the value or tue property to be disposed of as
premiums recommend lc to the consideration of
every one, and the tickets are being rapidly dis?
posed of. The date of the drawing will be fixed
as soon as the larger number of che tickets are
sold. By paying $5 the shareholder receives a
work of art, and is entitled to a ticket which may
yield a $2 >,000 prize, or an equal chance In ninety
four prizes, valued in all at $93,000. Mr. J. C.
Derby, of Augusta, Ga., 13 the manager, and all
communlca'iocs should be addressed tj him.
THE LADIES' MEMORIAL FAIR.-A meeting
of the special committee In connection with the
executive committee of this Fair took place on
Saturday even in-.', when active measures were
takeu to reuder the coming fair something unu?
sual In thc aun?is of Charleston. The members
of the committees and many of the public have
beeu hard at work, and the fruits of their energy
are already perceptible lu the numerous valuable
contributions already received. The ladies of the
association would not have undertaken the fair
at this season had lt not been pressed upon them
by a letter received rrom the Hollywood Associa?
tion, which stated that the latter association
vould remove the remains or the sixty South
Carolinians interred at Gettysburg If the Charles?
ton association did not. The fair held in the
spring realized only $125, and the association
now wish to raise such additional means as will
enable them to have the bones of our dead re?
moved to Magnolia before memorial day. The
removal from Columbia or the^arble and granite
given to the association for building the proposed
monument at Magnolia has also become necessa?
ry, on account or the disappearance or some or
the pieces. The object or the fair is one tba*,
comes home to every South Carolinian, aud we
feel certain that the hope expressed by the ladles,
that they will be aided in this work by all that
eau do so, will meet a ready and ample response.
THE ADELAIDE PHILLIPPS CONCERT.-Our
musical public will have au opportunity to-mor?
row evening of -njoylug a rare musical treat.
The fame of the distinguished songstress has
preceded her, and the desire of the few among us
. v who have heard her, to listen to her again, as well
as the impatience of others, will not fall to secure
a universal attendance of the appreciators of the
art. The following laudation, from the pen of the
musical critic of the New York Tribune, ls not
To say that Adelaide Phillipps ls the finest con?
tralto in America, is to say nothing, for the rea?
son that on this side or the Atlantic there ls no
competitors for her laurels. To say that Europe
does not possess her equal, is to state a fact. We
speak advisedly, and without forgetting Alboul
for one moment. For wealth ot voice aud execu?
tion, Marietta Alboni ls Incomparable. Tuere.n
she stands without rear and without reproach;
but marvellous vocalist as Alboni Is, she is. much
better adapted to the :oncert room thau to the I
stage. Unwieldy in appearance, totally devoid or |
Jtbllityasan actress, and ?in:ularly deficient in
dramatic passion, she delights the ear, leaves
nothing to be desired lu point of style, but never
appeals to head or heart. Therefore, we award
the palm to our American contralto because,
thoughtless, wonderful as a simple vocalist, her
unusual dramat.c abllty, her versatility, aad her
mastery expressions, eminently flt her for the
theatre, ami, consequently, places her Mg ber lu
the scale of art.
Miss Phillipps ls accompanied by several noted
artists-among them, Mr. L Levy, who ls pro?
nounced the best cornet player in the world. The
Boston Traveller says of his playing, that "the
like of lt has never been heard in this country,"'
and thus describes it :
His execution is marvellous; bc makes his in
ecru ment sing such strains ol plaintive melody as
to make the heart ween; and the next breath
astonishes b.v the most-dazzling scales, cadenzas,
thrills, and chromatic runs. .Nothing can exceed
hts rendering of the "Wblrldwiud Polka," and
the "Carnival de Venice;" the latter ls given with
all the variations wrlcteu for the violin.
Hotel Arrivals-January 29.
John W. Brown, New York; H. J. Lee, M. D.,
Lydia, S.C.; Alexander P. Pr?vost, New Bruns?
J. Ballard, Massachusetts; Harry Mathias and
lady, Sparta, Ga.; D. Callahan, Pacific Lansing;
T. J. Bostlcand wife, Augusta, Ga.; A. D. John?
ston, Jr., John Mobley, Florida; Mrs. Minis,
Charleston; George C. Burch, Sumter, S. C.
O. R. Stafford, Providence, R. L; James W
Walker, Mobile; H. N. Eggleston, Connecticut; W.
4. W. Bailey and wire, New Hampshire; H. G. Stew?
art and wife, Miss Stewart, New York; V. H. Mor?
gan, New York; B. D Washburne, Boston, Mass.
J*&* For later Locali, see First Faje.
REQUIEM- MASS.-Yesterday being-the anni?
versary or the death of the Rev. Dr. Baker, a
solemn requiem mass was celebrated at St. Mary's
Church, of whtetr he wa3 the pastor f6r many
years. The mass, was sung by theprescnt pastor
of Sr. Mary's, the Rev. C. B. Northrop, assisted by
the Rev. Dr. Moore, an 1 tho Rev. D. J. Qulgley.
Bishop LyncE and'all the Catholic clergy m. the
city were presen*
A CcTTix?lt?waiY.-Joseph Cohen, Jerry
Cohen and Washington, three colored a.en| got
into a quarrel bnJSuudny afternoon, at the corner
of Line anil-Sears streets, a dusky damsel of great
attractions "beih"g"t he "cau3a merrima.'' Their
high wonfe-sooa-led to blows, aad tu the general
melee which firttoweJ a Snlfe waa drawn and
Washlugton severely cat. The trio were arrested,
and after aii.lglir;in the iQClTnp. .confronted the
Mayor, who, after a short- hearing of the case,
turned them owr'io the State foi' prosecution.
TIIE Loss OT'.TRB TEMPLAR.-In the report
of thc Iflssof ??lbarYT?mplar, printed In THB
NEWS of yesterday, lt was stated, upon the an
thor) ty of" a sailor wiro "was ' saved, that the cap?
tain of the" .b"ark, w;hos? name twas given as
Owens, was-Jindcr jiliejuuiieacc of liquor when
the colllsIonJvUh the.Rensiugton,took place. We
are authorlz.?d'To "say that ttieTemplar was com?
manded by. Captain Wilson,' who ls well known in
this community as a min cf h'Ljh-character and of
strictly temperate habi<s. The saUor wa? mis?
taken, and we take pleasure in makin ir tac cor?
TRIAL OF A STEAM FIRE EXCISE_Saturday
morning the new steam Ure engine, en route from
Seneca Falls, New York, to Columbia, South Caro?
lina, was tested on the Basin bank, at the foot of
Tenth street, Richmond, Va., In presence of Chief
Enfftnoer AipsIle"vor the city Ure. department, a
number of firemen and a large crowd of citizens.
The result of the trial was very satisfactory, the
steamer throwing one stream through a 13-s Inch
nozzle, ISO feet, and one through a 11-4 nozzle,
197 feet; two streams through a 7-S nozzle, 153
feet, and three streams through a 3 4 uozzle, 136
THE EDISTO DISTURBANCE QUIETED.-Sheriff
Mackey returned on Sunday from Edisto Island,
to which place he had gone to-Investigate the late
'disturbances at the Baynard seaside pla.itation.
He found the scene Of action remarkably quiet,
and, in a few words, explained tli<j nature or the
legal, proceedings to the freedmen, letting them
uudcrstand that they ha l either to quit the place
or contract with the owner. They preferred the
latter, and have gone peaceably to work. They
told the sheriff that there was no rlotfdnd that
the constables had been alarmed by a few Inno?
cent demonstrations oa their part, caused by*
their not knowing what the writ meant.
NIGHT CAUS ON TUE CITV RAILWAY.-It is
all important to the success of entertainments,
such as those given a: the Academy of Music and
to be given by the Adelaide Pliillipps troupe at
the Freundschaftsbuud Hall, that the managers
thereof should mike arrangements with the City
Railway Company to have one or more cars in
wailing ac the cose of the performance for the
accomodation of that portion of the audience who
live up town. There are many persons who would
attend both of these places if they could be as
sured of the usual facilities for returning home,
and wc have reason for saying that the City Rail?
way will make liberal arrangements with the
mauagers to the eal that the public may be thus
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court
was opened at io o'clock yesterday morutng, Irs
Honor Judge Bryan presiding:
The jurors No. 1, sworu in the case against thc
Beaufort commissioners now .peudlag, were dis?
charged until thc "th of February, 1871.
Ex parte William C. P. Bellinger and William
H. Ballinger, copartners nuder the firm name of
Bellinger A- Sou. The petition for voluntary bank?
ruptcy was referred to Registrar Carpenter to
The United States vs. Williams, Laugley and
Cleaves, the commissioners of election for Beau?
fort County, was taken up, and tne examination
Of the witnesses for the pro-secutlou continued
until the hour of adjournment.
At half-past 3 o'clock P. M. the court adjourned
until io o'clock this mornlug.
TUE PRICE INQUEST.-The coroner's jury
Impanelled In the '.a*e of Johanna Price, gene?
rally known as Julia Simmon-", the aged colored
woman whose body was found on Saturday
mornlug In the dook of Atlantic wharf, met yes?
terday at 12 M., at the corouer's oitlce, to con?
tinue their investigad jns. The evideuce showed
that the deceased was frequently out of her tnlud.
and, when la this state, usually went to the
wharves to seek her brother, who had gone away
a long time ago in a boat. . She left her residence
In Society stree: between one aad two o'clock on
Friday afternoon, and althougn strict search had
been ma 'e for her, ha?! not been found. The evi?
dence also tended to show that Mary Johns ja.
who claimed the body as graud-daughter of the
deceased, was only after s unie of the property
found on the body, and she wa? turned over to
Trial Justice Mo Unlay on suspicion of being an
impostor. The Jury rendered a verdict or death
from accidental drowning during a tit of iusaulty.
A DIVORCE "A MENSA," AND A QUARREL OVER
THE "TnoRO.''-AU Indignant colored female,
overcome with the trials and troublC3 of being
united to and living with au uncongenial spirit,
made her appearance yesterday afternoon before
one of our trial Justices, and took out a warrant
of arrest against her onreudiug lord, who followed
closely Into the court. Giving her name as Ann
Manlgault, and iudignautiy repudiating that of
Lewis, which she-had assumed at the hymenial
altar, she deposed that her liege had a vicious
habit of hitting out with his list aud tilnglug
things at people's heads when he got mad; and
that, lcoklug forward to a separation, he had
appropriated two pict ure i and 3 bedstead
which he had given lier in happier times.
She then announced her intention of im?
mediately separating from him, aad asked
that the property be given her as alimony,
and he of the heavy fist be bound over to keep
the peace. Geels Lewis, the husbaud, made no
demur io the latter request, nor to the returning
or the pictures, but wanted to retain the bed, as
this was the only piece of property he owned,
and In the event or the threatened separation he
would have no place to lay lils head, and would
go forth lu the world with nothing but lils clothes.
A few symptoms of making lt up on his part were
spurned with indignation by his relentless dame,
and he was told to choose between giving up the
bedstead and being boiud over for trial. He gave
lt up as a bad job, a:id left to begin life afresh.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Tom Washington was
arrested on Saturday evening for stealing ten
pounds of meat from nis employers' store, in King
street. At the trial berore the Mayor, the gentle?
men from whom he stole the mea: appeared, and
Interceded for Hie prisoner, and the latter was
discharged with a reprimand.
Wm. Cruse, arrested for raising a disturbance
iu Henry Rune's bar-room, lu King street, wai
released on a deposit of $ > as security for his ap?
pearance before the Mayor. The amouut was de?
clared forfeited upon bis non-appearance yester?
A,dtlnkist, who wanted to fight somebody on
EaBt Bay. Bear Hasel street-, and one who persist?
ed tn making a noise tn Wilson street, were lock?
ed up, sod opon being bronght.before the Mayor
pleaded the first offence and were discharged.
An individual, who had by some mistake
or other got exceedingly drank and became very
disorderly m King street, and another who, in an
equally Interesting condition, was unable to take
care of himself, on South Bay, were accommo?
dated at the Guardhouse, and after a trial before
the Mayor, paid each a fine of $5 for his spree.
Luke Wrigi.t, arrested on suspicion of stealing
ein ht ducks from No. 31 King street, had a preli?
minary hearing, and waa held for rurther exami?
Michael Corooran, arrested for being disorderly
and trespassing upon the premises of Mr. Adger,
in Meeting street, while Intoxicated, was sen?
tenced to pay a fine or $5, or go to the House of
Correction for five days.
PROSPECT LODGE, NO. L-At a meeting of
Prospect Lodge, No. 1, L 0. Good Templars, held
last Friday evening, the following officers were
elected : A. Kalstrom, W. C. T.; Mrs. A. Kalstrom,
W. E. T.; P. C. McQaeenay, W. R.S.; R. McCar?
thy, W. F. S. ; G. Klttson, \V. Treasurer: H. Son?
tag, W. M.; E. B. Earle, W. Chaplain; J. Fitzgib?
bon, TV. J. G.; J. W. Brown, W. O. S. The officers
erect will be publicly Installed next Friday eve?
ning, at half-past 7 o'clock-upon which occasion
the pabllc 13 cordially invited ta be present. The
Lodge meet3 ia the hail under Odd Fellows' Hall,
corner King and Liberty streets.
THE WEATHER.-While telegrams bring ns
tidings of dreary, cold and stormy weather at the
North, of snow-drlft?, rrost-bites and spears or
Ice, we of Charleston are enjoying an atmosphere
balmy, Invigorating and full of sunshine. The
last two days have scarcely reminded us of win?
ter, and the tourists In our midst, who, a week
ago, were wrapped in furs, are in raptures at the
change. Speaking or travellers, the bitter weath?
er above Baltimore has suddenly turned an Im?
mense tide of emigration southward. Aiken ls
full or people with tender lungs; Columbia ls near
ly overrun by persons en route; Charleston ls
thronged-two hundred guests, on Sunday, oc?
cupied thc tab:es or the Mills House alone-while
every nook and cornor In Florida, which seems to
have acquired a fictitious reputation In contrast
with her Southern sisters, ls overflowing. "It's an
Ul wind that blows nobody good."
VACANCIES IN THE STATE SENATE.-Lletlten
ant-Covernor A. J. Ransler, chairman or the Re?
publican State executive committee, calls the at?
tention of the chairmen of count; committees lu
Abbeville, Georgetown and Charleston, to the
proclamation for an electlou of a senator in each
or the counties named, and Instructs said chair?
men to call a convention of Republicans "In or?
der that a flt person maybe chosen for tue sur
frage of the people, and that there be but one
lu this connection E. J. Adams, a colored minis?
ter, now residing In this city, publishes a card,
wherein he states that "In seekiEg tins position
(or senator) I am not In the least actuated by the
spirit of any faction; I only seek the establishment
and the promotion of the great ends of justice to
aU men and a'l classes or our great body politic,
as rar as I am able to contribu e to that object.
Upon these grounds outy I ask thc support or any
clas3 or color."
Alfred R. Wigg Is nominated by thc Republicans
of Ward 4 for thc Charleston senitorshlp.
AN ATROCIOUS MURDER NEAR ADAH'S R?N?
THE SECOND SINCE CHRISTMAS.-On Saturday
morning the dead body of a white man, named
Daniel Drigge?, aged about rorty years, was dis?
covered lying on the side oran avenue leading to
one or the plantations about three miles from
Adara's Run, In St. Paul's Parish. Thc deceased
was a man of good character, and at the time of
his murder was engaged lu selling frem pork and
trading the same ror rice, which he sold. He was
last seen ou Friday alterno m, and lt ls supposed
he was murdered about seven or eight o'clock
that evening. He was driving along in the
cart in which he usually carried lils wares,
and lt ls supposed that he was waylaid and
knocked from his seat by a heavy blow. He must
have recognized some of the parties engaged in
the murder, ror while on thc ground the muzzle
ora gun loaded with small shot was p!aced close
to hts face and the piece discharged. The whole
of his chock and the rl^ht eye was blown away,
aud the charge came out at the bick of his hea l,
tearing away a large portion or the skull. Seve?
ral pieces or the skull were found la thc road, at?
tention being directed to them by a dog that was
munching them. The body was dragged to the
road-side and thrown lato a ditch partially filled
with water, and covered with leaves. When
found, the pockets of the deceased were turned
Inside out, and the fiendish deed must have been
committed for the solo purpose or obtaining the
little m mey he had about his person. There was
no magistrate, trial justice or coroner In the en?
tire district to take thc matter lu charge, and the
body was therefore examined by six white men
and twenty colored before It was removed by the
friends or the deceased, at 2o'clock, on Saturday.
Not the slightest clue has been discovered of the
murderers.- The deceased ls represented as a
quiet. Inoffensive mao, and leaves a large faral'y
in destitute circumstances. He was a private In
Btoek's regiment ot South Carolina cavalry, and
tferyed durlug the war In that organization.
Great excitement prevails throughout the neigh?
borhood, ns this ls the second horrible adair or the
kind which bas occurred there since Christmas
the body or aman In a state or decomposition
and hair eaten by the buzzards having been
found a mouth ago In the same locality and Iden?
tified as that of George Declmi>. There is a man
uotv at Adam's Kim who m kes several suspicious
statements In regard to this affair last mentioned,
which are denied by thc ramlly of the deceased,
aud yet theve is no proper officer to administer
thc laws, ft ls hoped tha' steps will be taken to
brln? the criminals ta justice aud prevent a re?
currence of.sLmi.ar outrages.
THE MOST celebrated medicinal tonic o? the
age, Old Carolina Bitters. Have you tried them I
CHAMPION HAMS.-WC direct especial atten?
tion to thc champion hams advertised by E. E.
Bedford, the far-famed grocer of King street.
DRT GOODS AT AUCTION.-A new and desira?
ble lot of goods, Just received, consisting of Han.
nels, casslmeres, lineas, and every variety of dry
goods, wid be disposed or at auction by Messrs.
Johu G. Mlluor A Co., nt their store, No. 130 Meet?
ing street, to-morrow", the 1st instant. The stock
is worthy or the Inspection of all, and a better op?
portunity ls seldom afforded. Remember the sate
takes place on Wednesday, and not on the regu?
lar sales-day of thc firm, which ls Tuesday.
RUSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS ?-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safos, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. 181 King street. octlS
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM9, in leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c and 90c. each, at No.
161 Klug street; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
octlO-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
To CURE prostration, indigestion and many
other ills that woman ls heir to, use the Old Caro?
FIFTT PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar aud 161 King street,
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
sf Charleston and .vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. nov 12
Do NOT neglect your heaitb. Take the Old
Carolina Bitters; they will provea fountain or
A NEW LOT ot mercantile Note Paper, Ive
quires for sec., at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street. octio-mtu
BILL HEADS printed ou tine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 ?0 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS JOD Office.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business ?nan should have his card printed on
Just received at KItiG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TOR V, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of' Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana aud D unestic Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM. SCHRuDER, who respect?
fully invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock tully
com prising every variety or quality and prices,
rrom i he cheapest to the highest grade, whleh ts
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ad orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
JgEDFOBD'S (LATE (
TEA W A B
HEADQrjARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY B
PURE LEAF LARD
N. B.-I CLAIM TO SEEP THE LARGEST ST
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
E. E. BE
FAMILY WILLIAM S- C<
. FLOUR. No. 375 KIN
Fine Teas, CoiTees, Suga:
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All articles sold from this establishment are o
Goods lelivered to all parts of the City, Railroad
EYER* E. BEDFORD. 1 SE.
GEO. H. GRUBER. f O
CITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To THE COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR THE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON COUNTY: 1
Whereas, Hon. WM. H. MISHAW, who, ot the |
General Election held In Ootober, 1870, was chosen
a member of the Senate of the State of South
Carolina, for the Election District of Charleston
County, to serve for the term of four years, has
deceased; and whereas, the Constitution of the
State of South Carolina directs that in such a case
a Writ of Election shall be Issued by the President
of the Senate for the purpose of niling the vacancy
thus occasioned, for thc remainder of the term
for which said member was elected:
Now, therefore, you and each of you arc hereby I
required, after due advertisement, and with strict
regard to all the provisions of the Constitution
aud laws of said State, touching your duty lu such
case, to hold an ELECTION FOR A MEMBER OF
THE 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.
n. Mishaw, was elected; the Polls to be opened at
the various p1a:e9 of election, cn THURSDAY, Feb?
ruary ic, 1S71, by the various Managers of Elec?
tion for those places respectively, in accordance
with the provisions of the Act of the General As?
sembly, entitled "An Act providing Tor the Gene?
ral Election, and the manner of conducting the
Bame," approved March 1st, 1370; and this writ,
together with your return or the election to be
held under it, have before the Senate at its next
meeting after thc election.
A. J. RANSIER, President of Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA, January 34,1871.
Proposals for the PRINTING of the current and
permanent work or the General Assembly, ad?
dressed to the Clerks or thc Senate and House of
Representatives, will be received by the under?
signed until WEDNESDAY, February 1st, 1871.
Cletk or Senate.
A. O. JONES,.
jan30-3 Clerk of Hou'eof Representatives.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 5G7 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A.. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 43 Broad street._Jan24-lmo
T?ENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
JL. LUNSFORD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to inform
the people of Charleston, and or the State, that
he ls 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 MATTRESSES aud renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Customers may rely upon the per?
formance of work tn a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, large
tize, $3 50; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that the coutents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or Inferior arti?
cle?. J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. II.
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
IN THE CITY
ARE TO BE FOUND AT
STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
Prices Greatly Reduced.
STAR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT
NOTICE, AND A
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
gOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 369 King street, where DYEING in ali col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
L BILLER, French Dyer,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street.
BO RW I N'S) ?KOGERT
i ? HOUSE.
IT AND ENGLISH CHEESES .
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, and
BISCUITS, AO., AC.
OCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
IRWIN A CO.,
AND VERY OLD
rs Provisions, Spices, &o
EATS, SOUPS, (fcc.
if the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
ND FOR A (JAS. S. MARTIN.
ATALOO?E. ) WM. 0. MOOD, Ju.
g TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TO THE COMMISSIONERS! OF ELECTION FOB THE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF ABBEVILLE COUNTY:
Whereas, Hon. K. G. LOHAX, who at the General
Election held in October, 1870, was chosen a mem?
ber of the Senate of South Carolina, for the Elec?
tion District of Abbeville County, to serve the
term of four years, has deceased; and whereas,
the Constitution of the State of South Carolina
directs that lu such cases a Writ of Election shall
be Issued by the President of the Senate, for the
purpose of tiling the vacancy thus occasioned for
the remainder of che term for which said member
so dece sed was elected :
Now, therefore, you and each of you are hereby
required afcer due advertisement, and with strict
regard to all the provisions of the Constitution
and laws or said State, touching your duty in such
case, to hold aa ELECTION FOR A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE of the State of South Carolina, ror
the County of Abbeville, to serve for the remain?
der of the term for which said member, Hon. H.
G. Lomax, was elected; the Polls to be opened at
the various places cf election In said district, on
TUURSDAV, 16th day or February, 1871, by the va?
rious Managers or Election, ror those places re?
spectively, la accordance with the provisions or
the Act or the General Assembly, entitled "An
Act providing ror the General Election, anil the
manner or conducting the same," approved
March 1st, 1870; and this writ, together wich your
return of the election to be held under lt, have
before the Senate at Its next meeting after the
ALONZO J. RANSIER, President Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR THE
ELECTION DISTRICT OF GEOKOETOWN COUNTY:
Whereas, thc Hon. J. II. RAINEY, 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
j County, and drew a ballot to serve for the term
I of rour ycarB, has resigned; and whereas, the
Constitution of the State of South Carolina directs
that In sucltcase a Writ of Election shall be Issued
by the President of the Senate for the purpose or
filling the vacancy thus occasioned, for the re?
mainder of the term for which said member was
Now, therefore, you and each or you are hereby
required, after due advertisement, aud with strict
regatdtoall the provisions of the Constitution
and laws or said State, touching your duty In such
case, to hold uu ELECTION FUR A MEMBER OF
THE SENATE or the State or South Carolina, for
the County or Georgetown, to serve for the re?
mainder of the term for which said member, Hon.
J. H. Ralney, was elected; tho Polls to be opened 1
; the various places or election, lu said District, on
THURSDAY, February 16th, 1871, by the various
Managers ot Election for those places respectively,
lu accordance with the provisions or the Act of the
General Assembly, entitled "An Act providing for
thc General Election, and the manner of conduct
lug 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 Us
next meeting after the election.
ALONZO J. RANSIER, President or Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Tne Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegautly furnished Establishment, at the Slate
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thu', the "CC*
LUMBLA" ls iu every respect a Ursc-class Ilote1,
unsurpassed by any tn the State or the Unlteu
states. Situated in the business centre of tbs
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A first-class Livery stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
everv Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Oashler. aprl3-wfm
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
A reliable and Invaluable remedy In COLIC.
CHOLERA INFANTUM, Dysentery. Diarhoea, and
such other diseases as children are subjected to
during the period of Teething.
This Cordial ls manufactured from the nest
Drugs, all carefully selected, ami contains no In?
jurious Ingredient. No family should be without
lt. The best Physicians have recommended lt,
and Mothers may administer lt with perfect con?
It contains no Opium or other Anodyne.
Mauufactured by DR. H. BAER.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price 25 cents a bottle. The usual discount to
Unction SaUa-QT I) i g Dag
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
THREE GENTEEL RESIDENCES NEAR
Rutledge avenue, in Islington Court, at Auc?
Will be ?old TRIS DAY. January 3lst, i87i
at the Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, on the south end or Islington Court, east side,
measuring 60 fee: In front In IsUng'ou Court, and
112 feet in depth, more or less. *sfe
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, next north of the above Lot, on thc east side,
measuring 30 fee: in front on Islington Court, by
112 feet in depth, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, next north of the above, on the east side,
measuring 30 feet in front on Islington Couit, by
112 feet lu depth, more or less.
AU or which is more particularly indicated by
the fences and buildings marking the boun?
daries of the respective Lots.
Terms-One-third cash; balance m one and two
years, thc credit portion to be secured by bond
and mortgage or the premises; the buildings to be
Insured and kept insured, and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay L. A 0. for papers and revenue
Bj LOUIS D, DeSAUSSUBE.
THIS DAY, THE 31ST INSTANT, AT ll
o'clock A. M., will be sold at the north of I
the Old Postofflce, at public auction,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tin -70 and a half
story Wooden Dwelling and outbuh\..ogs thereon,
situate on the northwest corner of Coming and
Yanderhorst 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 papers
and revenne stamps._Jan31
Bj A. H. ABBAHAMS & SONS.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GUNS, CUT?
LERY, Brass-bound Buckets, .2 Counters,
THIS DAY, 3lst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at
our Store, No. 133 Meeting street,
An assorted stock of GOODS, adapted to City
and Country trade._Jaa30
Bj PAUL B. LALANE & CO.
WILL BE SOLD BEFORE OUR STORE,
No, 171 East Bay. at 9 o'clock A. M.t
40 bushels SWEET POTATOES, In prime order.
Conditions cash. Jau31
Auctioneers' JJriuate Sales, Ut.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
FARM SEVEN MILES FROM CHARLES?
For Sale, the Farm on Cooper River, known as
the "RETREAT," containing about 214 acres of
land; on lc are a brick dwelling, two brick out?
buildings, stable and carriage house. The loca?
tion Is 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 desiring a country residence near
the city, lc otters many advantages. Apply as
above, at No. 23 Broad street. Jan27-ftu4
By LOUIS 1). DeSAUSSUBE.
RUTLEDGE AVENUE LOT FOR SALE.
The LOT OF LAND, on the west side of 1
ledge avenue (south of the residence of Mr.
Lucas) with two small Brick Buildings subi
tially built, which can be rearranged or enlarged
to make a comfortable dwelling. The Lot
measures 100 feet front by 176 feet deep. Apply
as above, at No. 23 Broad street. jan27-ftn4
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
EAVEN'8 POINT PLANTATION,
Will be sold, ac private sale, RAVEN'S POINT
PLANTATION, one of the finest sea leland cotton
nlaces In the State, containing 750 acres more or
less, 500 of which are cleared, balance weU wood?
ed, situated on southwest corner John's Isis nd.
On plantation fine dwelling, oil necessary out?
buildings, and houses for operatives. This place
ls worthy the attention of agriculturists. For
particulars apply as above, No. 53 East Bay.
By J. FBASEB MATHEWES,
Real Estate Broker, Nb. !>6 Broad Street
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
(?loirjing ano inmisrjing, ?oobs
TO REDUCE STOCK, WE OFFER THE
BALANCE OF OUR
GREATLY EE DU CED PR4CEST
BEAVER OVER SACES, $33 and $40, to $35
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $35, to $23
BEAVER OY?5R SACKS, $30 and $32. to $25
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $25 and
$28, to $20
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
$22, to $15
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $14 and
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS. $10, to $7
UNION BEAVER OVER SACK?, $7, to $5
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $28, 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, $12, to $10
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $10, to $3.
WE HAVE IN STOCK,
A FULL LINE OFj?GOODS,
FOR MEM' ff EAR.
J. H. LAWTON & GO.,
ACADEMY. OF MUSIC BUILDING.
Slnt?i?n Soltt-Sutntt f?ase.
By J. FRASER KiTHE'WES, ;
T3ENNEKER, ETAL, VS. McGLNN.
XV Bj virtue of an order of sale in the above
scated cause, to me directed by the Hon. R. F.
Graham, Judge for the First Circuit, I will offer
for sale at public auction, on TUESDAY, the MU?
day of February. 1871, at il o'clock A. BL, at the
Old^ Postofflce, foot of Broad street, Charleston,
Ali' that LOT OF LAND, with the Bondings
'hereon, situate In Heyward's court, In the City
ol Charleston, and known as No. 25, according to
plat of said Land now or late la possession of
Nathaniel Ueyward, Faq.; butting and bounding
north on Heyward's court 35 feet, southwest on
Lots Nos. 28,27 and 20116 feet, southeast on Lot
No. 30 35 feet, and northeast on Lot No. 24116 feet,
be the said dimensions more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Bandings, sit?
uate on the west side of East Bay, In the city of
Charleston, known hy the No. 63; batting and.
bounding north on Lauds of -, south ea
Lands of-, east by East Bay, and west by
Lands of-; measuring and containing in
front on East Bay 43 feet 6 inches, the sams on
back line, by 128 feet in depth, be the same more
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable in one
and two years, with interest from day of sale
payable annually, secured ty bonds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the property sold- Build?
ings to be Insured and policy assigned. Purcha?
ser to pay for papers and stamps.
Jan3l-tufs_WM, J. GAYER, Referee.
By J. FRASER MLTHE WES.
TT7TLL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, THE
TT 14th of February, at the Old Postofflce.
AU that TRACT OF LAND on Pon Pou Neck,
Colleton County, known as Pine Island, the prop?
erty of Dr. F. j. Glover, containing 2000 acres of
Land. Bounded on the north by Cattle Island
and the Hope Plantation of E. Barnwell, Esq ; on
the east by the Lands of the late Colonel Asbe,
Mrs. Wayne and the Village; on the south by the
Pon Pon Neck Road and Lands of the Estate of TV
Raven Matuewes; and on the west by the Ashepoo
River and Elliott's Cat Creek.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay J. F. Mathewes
for papers and stamps._Jan31,feb4,6,14
By W. Y, LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
FURNITURE OF A FAMILY DECLIN?
Will be sold, on the premises No. 22 George
Btreet, on FRIDAY, the 3d day of February, sale
commencing at io o'clock, , .
The entire FURNITURE of tte above household,
consisting lu parc of Brussels and Ingrain CAR?
PETS, Tete-a-Tete Sets, Bureaus, Sofas, Arm
Chairs, Mirrors, Bedsteads, Extension Tables,
Chairs, Rockers, Wardrobes, Crockery and Glass?
ware, Kitchen Furniture, Cooking Utensils, Ac.
Terms cash. AU articles o be removed on day
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
AN ELIGIBLY LOCATED- AND
most Desirable Residence on Rutledge Ave?
nue, corner of Radcliffe street.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 2d of February,
at the Old Postotnce, at ll o'clock,
That well-known and most attractive RESI?
DENCE, on the northeast corner of Rutledge Ave?
nue and Radcliffe street. The Residence contains
five square rooms, besides pantry and dressing
room; in addition, the basement ls of sufficient
height to be utilized and improved. On the prem?
ises ara a cistern and excellent well of water,
kitchen of four rooms, also carriage house and all
necessary outbuildings. Lot measures 48)? feet
front by 140 feet In depth, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, with Interest at seven percent., payable
semi-annually, secured by bond and mortgage;
property to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
By JOHN G. ML-NOR & GO.
XTBW GOODS-BY LATE Ali RIVALS
1Y CLOTHING, AO.
TO-MORROW, 1st Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell at our Store, No. 135 Meeting street,
A desirable lot of GOODS, Just received: Fancy
PRINTS, Casslmeres, Fancy Cottonades, Ging?
hams, Linen Drills, Black Satinets, Bleached and
Brown Shirting, Fancy and Blue Plaids, Shirting ,
Stripes, Tickings, Denims. Flannels, Huck Towels,
Verona Mourning and Madras Handkerchiefs,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, Check Nainsook, Soft Cam?
brics, Jaconets, Swiss Muslins, Colored Oounter
?aines, Marseilles Quilts, White Plqne, Linen
nek, Super Hosiery, Suspenders and Sundries.
A desirable Invoice Clothing: OOATS AND
By WM. McKAY,
Auctioneer, No. 140 Meeting street.
BANKRUPT STOCK OF HARDWARE,
Consisting of Bander's materials, Cattery,
and a general assortment of Hardware,
TO-MORROW, (Wednesday,) at half-past IO
By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL.
FOUR PRIME YOUNG MULES AT
Will be sold on WEONESDAY. 1st February, at
10 A. M., In front or our Office, No. 28 Broad street,
FOUR PRIME YOONG MCLES.
Tei ms cash._Jan31
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
RED ASH 'COAL.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1st Instant, at
11 o'clock, will be sold on board the schooner J.
C. N?sb, lying at Southern wharf, in lots to suit
200 tons RED ASH COAL, Egg size
30 tons Red Ash Coai, medium size, j an 31
By F. P. SALAS,
GOFFEE, SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
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?
RECT FROM RIO JANEIRO, consisting Ci :
2,500 sacks of RIO COFFEE, expressly selected
for this market.
CARGO OF SCHR. "WM. DEMING," DIRECT
FROM DEMBRARA, consisting :
191 hims. Good, Prime and Choice DEMERARA
loo bbls. Choice Demerara Sugars
63 puncheons Choice Demerara Molasses.
AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER,
350 boxes Good to Prime CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR
300 bbls. Bright Musco va o Molasses
65 hhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
The above Goods will be ready lor Inspection on
day previous to sale, and Catalogues furnished.
Conditions of sale-AU sums ander $2000, cash;
from $2000 to $50uo, thirty days; over $6000, sixty
days, with approved city endorsed notes.
49-The Colombia Phonlx, Savannah Republi?
can, Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, Atlanta Intel?
ligencer and Macon Telegraph will please insert
twice, and send bins to F. P. s. Jan28-7
QLD CAROLINA BITTERS!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS I
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS I!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !]
WANT OF APPETITE I
WANT OF APPETITE !
WANT OP APPETITE !
?WANT OF APPETITE !
DRUGGISTS AND GROCER?!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCER81
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.
QHAMPOOLNG AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and fl
send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph office,
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