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The lollowinsrls the War Department weath?
er report-divisions ot telegrams and reports for
the bene lit of commerce. Observations taken
yesterday, at 4:51 P. M., Charleston time.
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Augusta.: 80.1SU0 C m.
Baltimore.i 30.40'35?E Zephyr.
.Charleston. S. C.! ?0.20l44'\' Zephyr.
Ker West, Fla...! 30.09?T3 E Pleasant.
Nen- York.! 30.3A;3l!XE Pleasant.
Philadelphia.... 30.86 :54?NE Gentle.
Savannah. 30.21 43 X Pleasant.
Waehlngton,D.O. 30.28 salR Gentle,
wilmington,N.e. ao.Vo 4t|N Zephyr.
Norfolk. 30.36j34.NE ?Gentle.
Barometer corrected for elevation and tempe?
J Meetings TliU Day.
German Fire Company, at 3 P. if.
Sans Souci Charade Club, at 8 P. M. .
German Friendly Society, at 7P. V.
Fran um Ledge, at hal r-paa t 7 P. H.
Palmetto Lodge, K. of P., at half-pasC7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tnt* Day.
JvE."Bowers will sell, at 10 o'clock, at the
corner or King and Mary streets, furniture.
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
clothing, dry goods, Ac.
William McKay will sell ?t 10 o'clock, at his
.-stone, furniture, mules, Ac.
? B. M. Marshall A Bro. will Bell at half-past io
-o'cloot, at their office, mules, harness, Ac.
TRIAL JUSTICES.-The name of Trial Justices
Hockey. Caulfield and Magrath have been sent
Inthe Senate for confirmation.
RANGE OP THERMOMETER at Joseph Black?
man's- drug store. No. 30 Broad btreet, February
Tthr Eight o'clock, 42; 10, 41; 12, 40; 2,48; 4. 48; 6
47:8, 48,- _
*. MASKED BALL.-The German Sch?tzen Ges?
ellschaft have made arrangements for a grand
hal masque, to bo given on the second of March,
at the Freandschaftsband Hall.
- AN " HONORARY MEMBER.-The Deutsche
S ?li ut zen Gesellschaft, or this city, at Its last,
meeting ejected Kaiser-Wilhelm, of Germany, an
'...'BLACKWOOD AND WESTMINSTER.-We haye
received from Mr. John Russell, King street, the
Westminster Review ror January, and Blackwood
for the same month-reprints of the Leonard
43cott Publishing Company.
. THE " OLDEST SDPERPHOSPHATE."-Messrs.
Kinsman A Howell, the general agents, advertise
the well-known Mapes's nltro?enlzed superphos .
phate of lime, which is spoken of by Inspector
Shepard as "an excellent fertilizer," and is sold
at i 50, cash.
TITIAN'S DAUGHTER.-A copy in oil ol Titian's
Daughter ts to be raffled this week, at Mr. Kins?
man's, In King street. The artist li a young
S?nth Carolina lady, who handles the brash with
a careful freedom which warrants every con?
fidence In her continued snccess. The flesh-ttnts |
in the picture or which we speak are remarkably
good, and the work would grace any drawing I
room. It may be set down as a little gem- |
worthy, In the main, ?r even critical approval.
P?RRYSBunO AND ITS FOUNDER.- Tb?
"Deutsche Pioneer," a Gerann paper published In
Cincinnati, contains in its last number an admi?
rable paper, written by General John A. Wasener,
of this city, ou "The Germans of South Carolina."
The subject or the sketch is Johann Pe:er Purry,
the founder of Pnrrysbnrg, a little village founded
In 1732, on the Savannah River, thirty m ilea from
the sea, by a Swiss colony, under Purry. Althoug h
the village ls still lu existence, there ls not even a
trace perceptible or its German origin.
THE SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Cation ly enough, the shares or this company are
far lower in price to-day than they were a year
ago, when the future or the road was uncertain
and no dividend wasju^d. The "knowing ones,"
In Broad streetcars quietly picking up the
shares wherever they .can lind them, and it ls
agreed that 'fR^fJioads," as they are called, are
the cnaapeoti?^ingBtQc*3?in the market. When
tue nuiuia: "?CT?rt jWBjeV ont, the doubting
Thomases will open^t?drjjyes.
WAITING FOR HIS SUIP.^-OU Monday eve?
ning George Kin tun, who claims to be a sailor,
was arrested tor stealing several blankets and
some provisions.from Mr. Campbell's store, m
Meeting street. He was lodged m the Guardhouse,
au4, being bi ought before the Mayor, owned np
tonne charge of larceny. He asked, however, to
be allowed to leave the city, and was sentenced
to the House of Correction, where he will remain
until Ms ship ls ready to saiL The stolen property
has not been rscovered.
CLUBS- AND STARS.-An intoxicated individ?
ual, who Insisted upon making a speech In Marl
s: reet, and applauded himself vociferously at eaeh
pause, was taken ta the Guardhouse and fined $V
for bis fun.
Three "drunks and disorderlies" were lodged In
the staUonhouse and discharged arter a hearing |
befare the Mayor. ,
Wm. Rutledge and Jas. Brown, arrested for dis
?r dei ly ccu duct and quarreling, at the corner or
East Bay and'Elliott streets, la-e Monday night,
wera discharged after an examination.
SAUW . or REAL ESTATE.-The following
plecesof iieal er.aie wereid yesterday morning
at purffl^aictLan, by Messrs. Leitch A Bruns:
The pTCnsasea.No. e, on the east side of Washing?
ton, bet 're en" Vernon ann' Inspection streets, 40
feet front by l?o fcetfieep, for $425, one-half cash,
and the balance In one and two years.
The lot, with * he two story wooden tenement
?building, Da the south side of Mackintosh's court,
King street, opposite Ann, 81 feet in front by 42
feet deep, for-?980.
Also the lot. wKh a two story wooden tene?
ment building, on the north side or same court,
adjoining parsonage or St. Patrick's Church on
the west, 76 feet front by 51 reet deep, ror $700.
Terms of the above sale, one-half oash, and the
balance in one year. _
/ Hotel Arrivals-February 7.
Geo. W. Walker, Baltimore? J. D. Dennison,
A. H. Lester, New York; O. B. Morris, Eugene
Ivlns, Philadelphia; D. Curtis and wire, Connecti?
cut; Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dutton, ot. Helena; W. J.
Ball, Jr., Isaac Ball, South Caiollna; General W.
D. Lewis, Philadelphia; A. F. Edwards, R. L.
Hart,_4)arlington; NvCarr?lt,- Miss Lizzie Carroll, ?
Nortlr^Carodnaj David Carroll, JJ). H. "Carr, ll, Bal- J?,
tlmrjre; Carroll.and lady, Connecticirjj^G.
wTsr&HiiT^ladelp Southworth, S. Wal?
ley, MassacTursetts; W. P. Maloney, G. H. Hope,
Blackville; J. AB. Weeden^ Bennetts ville; Mrs.
Speed, Mrs. J. M. Watson, yirgluia; C. C. Sullivan,
Tfew York; J. Stern, White Hall.
! JU W. Doon, Augusta; B. O. StanslU, Barnwell;
H. B. eresby, Savannah; C. A. True, Lawrence,
Mass.: Robert M. H urges, Florence; Lewis Fish
Watt, Philadelphia; W. J. Lee, Klngstrec; S. F.
WBe, St. Stephens, E. H. Baker and lady, S. T.
Givens and boy, Baltimore; John Nettles, North?
H. Perron, W. Whittaker, A. Clark amt wife,
New York;JL;Rldmond, Ireland; J. Freetle, New
York; T. F. Booth, wire and chUd, New Haven;
J. Garntss, steamship Champion; R. S. Bennett,"
Beaufort; T."E. Wilder, Port Royal; A H. Seward,
U. S. army; E. w. Wallace, Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson, Washington; S. R. Collin, etty;
M. S. Meyers, New York; J. Lathrop, Rhode
^MW For later Locals, tee First raje.
HELD" FOB POSTAGE'.-KS following letters,
for persons in this State, are held for postage in
the postofflce at Savannah: F. C. Archer, Charles,
ton; Joseph Bryan, Madison Binn", S. C.; B. F. Mc
Kenna, Blackville, S. C.
Qcicx VOYAGE.-The superior steamship
Champion, Captain Lockwood, arrived off our bar
on Monday evening, making 'the Voyage from.
Kew-York in Mfty-slx hours. There are probabjyT
no steamships on the coast which surpass in
speed and regularity those of thc New York and
Charleston Steamship Company.
THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT CODRT.-We
learn that the members of the bar have addressed
a request to Judge Bond that he will hear the
Charleston cases in this city instead of Columbia.
It is believed that Judge Bond will accede to the
request; indeed, our Columbia correspondent
Bays that the Circuit Court ls about to be ad?
journed to Charleston.
GRAND COMMERCIAL CRASH rs MACON.-The
Macon Journal, of Sunday, notes the suspension
of payment of an extensive cotton baying firm of
that city. The house spoken of as having sus?
pended ls the well known one of C. A. Slndar*
Co. Their liabilities are variously estimated at
from $100,000 to $150,000. The Augusta banks
are said to be heavy sufferers by their failure,
some $45,000 aaraported.
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SAIL EQUAL TO STEAM.-Those prompt and
reliable vessels which constitute the Merchants'
Line of New York sailing packets, consigned to
Messrs. W. Roach & Co., keep up their character
for good and quick work, and two of these
schooners have just made excellent passages. The
tfyrover, Captain Brown, which left New York on
Friday, arrived here early yesterday, and the
Florence Rogers, Captain Shepherd, which left
m Saturday, reached here yesterday afternoon.
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court
iras opened at 10 o'clock yesterday mornlug, his
3onor Judge Bryan presiding.
Ex parte George W. Witte. Admitted a citizen.
The Gaited States VB. nine bales of tobacco.
)rdered, that thc marshal do sell the tobacco
Or cash, after Ave days' advertisement, and pay
he proceeds-or the sale Into the registry, to abide
he further order of the court.
The supernumerary juries were dismissed until
The case of the Beaufort commissioners was
aken up, arid the examination of witness for
hedefetscS continued np. to8 o'clock, when the
ourt adjourn ed dorn io o'clock this morning.
H i ii '-...$?? ' ?- i i
THE SOOTH CAROLINA LOAN AND TRDST
?O?PANY.-At the anneal meeting or the Btock
loiders of this company, held on the 6th instant,
he following gentlemen were elected directors
or the ensuingyear, via: Geo. S. Cameron, Esq.,
rVm. C. Bee, Esq., A S. Johnston, Esq., Robert
dure, Esq., W. B. Williams, Esq.. E. H. Frost,
?sq., J. E. Adger, Esq., Henry Gourdin, Esq.,
Jeo. L. Buist, Esq., C. G. Memmluger, Esq., Thos.
. Kerr, Esq., John Campsen, Esq., A P. Cald
veli, E.q., J. T. Welsman, Esq., B. O'Neill, Esq., '
. J. Gregg, Esq., James M. Shacfctlford, .Esq., H.
I. DeLeon, Esq., vice J. D. Alkea, resigned; and
it a subsequent meeting of the directors, held on
he following day, George S. Cameron, Esq., was
tnanlmously re-elected provident.
RECOVERING THE TIN.-Jr.cob Burns, who
ras arrested last week on the charge of stealing
, heavy box. of sheet tin from the warehouse No.
6 Church street, was brought before Trial Jua
Ice Schroder, yesterday morning, for examina
lon. During the trial he confessed his guilt, and
old where the tin wa; to be found. On the night
if the robberhe" had taken it to Montgomery's
hoemaker shop, In Church street, and left it
here to be called for next morning. As Jacob
ras then arrested, the tin remained where he left
t until yesterday, when Officers Burke and Davis
rent to the place designated and recovered lt.
L colored man; Who was arrested as an ac;om
Uce or Burns, was entirely exculpated by the '
vldencc, and discharged. Bnrns was sentenced
o thirty days' imprisonment lu the county Jail.
ADDRESS BY HON. A. P. ALDRICH.-We
cknowledge the receipt or a pamphlet copy of an
nnlveraary address before the Eu menean and
htlanthroplc Societies of Davidson CoLege, North
arollna, delivered by Hon. A. P. Aldr1ch,.Of
ara well, au 1 published by those societies. Like
ll the productions ol this distinguished gentle
lan, lt is not only finished l'a style, but replete
.'Uh thoughtful suggestions, which wll< not fail
o commend atteutlon. The hubject of the' dls
oursemay bo .comprehended la the ?hrjse
The Duty, or Young Men,?1, anti In considering
his, the orator embraced the entire battle field
f lire-treating or mental and "physical eulture,
he relationship ol society, the political future or
he couutry, and the necessity of labor, develop
lent and mutual -strength. Wo are glad toaee
headdress rcpnb'Ushed in 'fainn tho Barun-eli
ARISTOCRATIC Hoos.-A hog always shows
ood breeding -in his ham. Taking advantage of
his fact, Mr. E. E. Bedrord, (successor to W. S.
Orwln & Co.) the well-known family grocer in
ling street, has secured a large progeny of the
10ft aristocratic porkers In the country, and ls re
uclng them to the most delicious fractious of
oiclneanatomy. Th?' bast ofihe.se he has rightly
anted "Champion'' hams, and they are now
pon the market, challenging competition lu
olotor Juice, beauty, and ehapely' sweetne s.
lone to a turu, aud planted as the Mont Valerien
fasucculeut Pariscupon,,^r'moasbet?urkey,of ;
lie days before.) the sleg?,*it' constitutes a'pi'c
?resqne suburb of a metropolitan dish, ready foi
ny attack upon willoh the Von Moltkes of the
uistae might venture. A proper broil at break
ist time, with the necessary concomitants, has
gg-salted not a few or Bedroll's customers, aud
lade them as happy as if they had eaten "the
mest hog in Epicurus's sty.". ? , r> ? .
BDYING A BOAT, AND THE CONSEQUENCES.
In Sunday night ? small bat'.eaa boat, the pro
erty of Captain Henry Miles.-wbo keeps a wood
ard at the foo: of Broad street, was stolen fro m
he dock where it usually lay. and carried off by
he thief. Next day the captain, after a close
earch, discovered his boat hitched on behind a
rood sloop, and claimed by a mau on boartl
tamed John Simmons, asms property. ? A war
ant waa takeu.out, aud, Slmmoas having been
irrested, he was brought before Trial Justice
fagrath yesterday Tor trial. During the lnves'lga
loa he produced a receipt showing that he had
?ought the boat from one Stephen Green, against
vhom his exasperation lor the arrest and chargo
>r stealing knew no bounds, Simmons was Im?
nediately acquitted, and. a shirt time arter his
Uscharge, made his appearance before the Trial
fustice wlt?t the identical Oreen in custody. Upon
he affidavit or Simmons, Greeu was arrested,
md filling to give the required bonds; was coin
nitted to jail to await his examination before the
rial Justice to-day.' The boat ls valued a: $25,
md has been re: urned to its original owner.
THE COUNTY COMMISSION.-The chairman ol'
,he board of county commissioners publishes t ho
'act thai the total expenditure rot' county pur?
poses for tiie years 1S08, '69 and ;70, ending Octo
ler 31 last, amounts to $233,917 03.
In this ?cunectlon, tve publish the following
;ard which wo have received from the private
secretary ot the Governor:
E.XECOTIVK DEPARTMENT. )
Cot.I'M BIA, 8. C., February 0, 1871. j
TO THE BDITO? OF TU'-I NEWS.
Sra-? statement having reached the executive
department, in this city, that a letter from me
had been received in Charleston, by Mr. S Helter
Seabrook, directing, that the pending investiga?
tion into the accounts of the county commission?
ers should be arrestad, ?nd the proceedings there?
in teimlnatcd, I leave to say that any such docu?
ment ls a forgery aud a fraud. AU my communi?
cations on the subject, wrlttep or verbal, with
Mr. Seabrook, have been of directly a contrary
tenor, and tn accordance with thc Distractions of
his Excellency the Go /ernor, who has been con?
vinced for some time ;hat much Irregularity and
Inaccuracy Misted la the accounts of the county
commissioners, and was determined ou their
investigation. JOHN HEART,
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
A regular meeting of Council was held last
evening, at the usaal hour. Present, the Major,
and Aldermen Putter, Cunningham, Holloway,
Voigt, Hampton, Collins, Small. L. F. and E. P.
Wall, Howard, McKinlay and Greene.
The Mayor read a petition of the vestry and
r wardens of the Protestant Episcopal Church, re?
ferring to the taxation of certain glebe lands, for
which exemption was claimed. Referred to the
committee on .retrenchment and Mler.
He also read a petition from the factors and
merchants dealing in naval stores, requesting
the appointment of an additional inspector in the
person of Mr. Bevin, pr some other person.
A petition from Mr. Egan was read in reference
to the line of a li ouse in process of erection on
Broad street, at ih? corner of Gadsden alley. Pe.
A petition from Mr. Prendegast, administrator
asking an additional $10 In payment for an ad?
ditional ten feet of land taken lo widen the
streets, was referred to the committee on streets
with power to act.
A petition from the city treasurer to authorize
the committee already appointed frpm time to
time to destroy the fractional currency Issued by
the city was referred to a committee, consisting
of the chairmen of. thc committees, on ways and
means, retrenchment and relief, and accounts,
with power to-act.
Alderman Greene read the report of the harbor?
master, which took a very favorable view of the
trade and prospects of the city, and stated the
amount of foreign tonnage entering the pott for
the past year to have been 274)21 tons.
Alderman Greene read the account of the meeP
lng or the board of directors or the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad held ia Nashville on the
7th or January last, giving a favorable account or
the condition and Improvements or thc road.
The mortuary and meteorological report or the
city registrar was presented, received as inror
matlon, and ordered to be printed.
. The return of the city sheriff for the month of
January, showing a receipt or $7337 89, was re-,
celved as lu formation.
Tha bonds of the several officers of thc markets,
accepted by the commissioners of the markets,
were ordered to be placed in the hand of the city
The report of the committee advising that tho
salary of the city physicians be Increased to $800
was rece /cd as Information, and Alderman Col?
lins gave notice of a bill lo change the present
ordinance on-tbis point, to be brought forward.at
the next regalar meeting.
Thc committee on wooden buildings reported
that they had granted Mr. Llndley's petition to
erect a wooden bunding. Report adopted.
The comiuitteenon ?team engines reported fa?
vorably on Mr. yea-nieg's, .peililori to remove sn
englue rrom Markot street to Atlantic wharf, Re?
port adopted.'- i
' AR anneal from-E. M. Hill, concerning the wash?
ing away of bis lot by the tide coming through a
?broken wharf at thc foot of Greenhill street, was
referred to tim committee on street*, to examine
the premises,' '. -v. ?
A petition from R. Burps, showing that the tide
flowed across Spring street, near the ferry, and
was rapidly washing it away, iras referred to the
committee tm street?.
The printing of the reports of the city officers
was discussed.-1 end they were ordered to be all
printed m one volume in pamphlet form, to the
amount of 1000 copies.
The Mayor stated that he was s apbneuaed to at?
tend at- 'Washington, D. C., on the ist h or the
present month, and asked, leave or the Council to
go. Leave was granted, and on motion, the Mayor
was requested to appoint a Mayor pro tem during
hUabsence; whereupon he appointed Alderman
Potter. <- \.
A bin te appropriate money, to meet the ex
rcases or tho city"for the fiscal year ending 1871
received ita fl ret reading by tts title, and was Or?
dered to be prtoMd.
A refolutlon wat pasted instructing the captain
of police--to prevent the further erection or the
building on Mr. Campaen'a lot re^Vhrket street,
encroaching on the street, and notirying the con?
tractor and owner to remove that already
AldeimaiTolgt presented the following : evolu?
Resolved. That the city treasurer be directed to
furnish lo Council, by next ngulur meeting, the
following: First, what amount ot city stoCK has
.-cen issued since the 3d ot May, IMO, up to date.
?nd for what purpose. Second, what amount or
past due city stock was redeemed on that period,
what paid with, by whose direction, and what
ditpo.-Hioa has been made or lt. Third, thc
amount or city stock now pust due, and not re?
deemed, also the entire sum or city indebtedness
remaining, lu oily stock and otherwise.
Alderman Wall offered a resolution lu reference
to the journey oribe Mayor, wishing him a speedy"
return. The Council thea adjourned, and thc
Mayor-expressed his thanks and appreciation ff
the compliment b?hvejed in the lest resolution.
HOOK ANT) LADDER NO. 1.-The annual meet?
ing of ibis popular company was held last even?
ing, and t he. following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: A. B. Jarvis, foreman; J. Doyle,
assistant foreman; J. H. Loeb, secretary; A. John?
ston, treasurer; J. O'Brien, hailkeeper. Thc com?
pany ls in a fine condition, and Judging from the
appearance or thtngi U the anniversary gather?
ing, Is composed of some as good follows as ever
pulled at a rope.
Tin VIGILANTS.-The annual meeting of the
Vigilant.* was held last night at their hall, and
alluded with ail the enjoyments which ls accus?
tomed to attach to such au occasion. The follow
lng -officers were elected for the ensuing year : L.
D. Mowry, president; Thad. Street, vice-president;
J. J. O'Neill, drat director; fi. Gaillard, seco id di?
rector; J. A. LaO tte, third director; J. S. Mai he
non, fourth dlrectot; E. G. Chupeln, secretary; G.
A. Po liu, treasurer; E. F. Schachte and J. J. Bon
TAKINO TURNS AT THE LAW. - A store?
keeper residing at Ten-mile Hill, on the South
Carolina Railroad, waa arrested and yesterday
brought before Trial Justice Magrath, charged
with un assault and battery upon one of his cus?
tomers. It was proved that the prosecutor had
entered the store in an intoxicated condition and
raised a disturbance, when the prisoner punished
him. Tho face and person of the prosecutor
showed the severity of the pummelling, but owing
to the mitigating circumstances the prisoner was
tined only $2 and th} costs, which he immediate?
ly paid. Before the prosecutor, Wm. Jefferson by
name, had left the court after the case was fin?
ished, he was arrested on the affidavit of the late
defendant for a breach or the peace and malicious
trespass. He Is charged with having entered thc
premises of the d?tendant by Uta back door with
a brick in his hand, and threatening to eject the
fain! y. Not being able to give the necessary ball,
the prisoner was committed, after aa ; .lamina?
tion, for trial before the next Court or General
COUNTERFEITS IN CIRCULATION'. - Among
thc variety or characters which accompanied
Grady's circu? on Ita late visit to our city were
several flashy individuals, who spent their money
in the freest style. On Friday lost two of them
entered a bar-room high up King street, and,
after "several" drinks,paid up and ?eft. It was
found a short time after that most of the money
paid by them was counterfeit. Elated with their
success, the whole party returned to the same
place latdr in the evening, driving in a dashing
turnout, and, after drinking as usual, put down a
$10 bill, which the barkeeper, "smelling a rat,"
refused to take on the excuse of no change. The
bill was found to be a counterfeit. An officer,
who Baw the party, allowed one of them who was
In the store t > go out for a m?nate, when he disap?
peared. On Sunday night thc truth commenced
to leak ont, and numerous parties were complain?
ing of being swindled in this manner. One of the
party waa seen with a large roll of money, and lt
ls supposed that sevoral hundreds or dollars or
this spurious currency is afloat tn the city. Ser?
geant Reed and OBIcer Minson, of thc police force,
got upon the track or the gang on Monday, but
were pointed out to thc fugitives, who made
themselves scarce In the shortest possible time.
The whole party have effected their escape from
the city without one of them being arrested.
3Drg 0oobgt ?Ec.
HILF COST PRICES
WE WILL SELL THE ENTIRE BALANCE
ONE HILF THEIR fOST PRICES
TO CLOSE THEM OUT.
KO. 268 KING STREET.
$1 PER PAIR.
J. R. READ & GO.
HAVE REDUCED THE PRICE OF THE
BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK OF
ONE DOLLAR PER PAIR.
THE SALE CONTINUED
- . . OF
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
i uiuiuvjvi uv if Vi i
.Nos. Z\i and 437 KING STREE T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARIS, January Slat, 1871.
Sell off without regan! of cost. Peace will be
A B S W E H. :
Shall act accordingly at once. The following
articles will convince you of lt :
8 ?ases of 44 FINE LONGO LOTH,, only 10c,
rorn-erly 12Kc - .
4 cases of 44 Flue Longcloth, only 8>?c, former?
10 coses of 4-4 Fine Longcloth, only l2Kto20c,
formerlv 16 to 25c
3 cases io 4 Fine Sheeting, only 37,'?c, formerly
2 cases 10-4 Brown Sheetlag, only 37>?c, former?
2 cases 10-1 Pdlow-case Sheeting, only 17>ic
formerly 20c. " . ?
500 dozen. All-Linen, Huck Towels, si per dozen,
worth $ 1 26
500 dozen, All-Linen, Damask Towel*, $125 and
$4, worth Si 60 and $5 60
100 pieces 7.1 inch Diaper, $1 30, worth $1 60.
A targe ami well selected stock of TABLE DAM?
ASKS, crashes, Napkins and Doylies, at corres?
pondingly juw prices._.
JpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1 case of New Style "HENRIETTA" PLAID,
o uly 37 .'ie, worth soc
1 case of Plain Dolor Mohair Poplins, 20c per
yard, worth 3cc ,
100 pieces Black Alpacas, 15 per cent, lower than
20 pieces Black silks from $1 60 to $4
lease Irish Silk Poplins, $1 per yard, worth
50 China Silk Dress rv^crn*, all shades and
colors, at $l?, worth $15.
URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
Nos. 244 and 437 KING STREET.
Fine 6 4 WATERPROOFS SI. worth $1 50
All-Wool CASSI MER ES, 75c to $1
Jeans, all colors, from l.> li ;
Large variety of Black Cloths, Doeskins and
Beavers, at a great aa-rlllce._
JJOSIERY, NOTIONS, RIBBON AND
. All m want of the above articles will find lt to
their own advantage to eximine them. They "are
of our own Importation; quality guaranteed, and
can be found.lo wer than anywhere else.
To gain room for Matting, we are selling off onr
folland completestock of CARPETS, Oil Cloths,
Rugs, Druggets, to sui: every one In want of
luu.iuuni u tun
No. 241 AND 437 KING STREET.
kTJIOR SALE. THAT HANDSOME AND
J desirable RESIDENCE, No. ??7 Rutledge
Avenue, opposite Morris street, , condining seven
square rooms, two finished attic rooms, b.iy win?
dow, bath and rlrcs?lug rooms, pantry, store?
house, and ample kitchen and stable accommo?
dations; water and gas throughout the house,
10,000 gallon ciBtern, and All other modern Im?
provements of ndrst class residence. Lot 90 by
175 feet, tastefully laid out with hedges, rare
evergreens, and tue choicest varieties or roses,
camellas and other plants; also green-home, fish
pond and r.un tain. For terms, Ac , apply to No.
48 Broad street, Law Oince of WILKINSON A
?inc ?rormcs, &z.
gEDPORD'8 (LATE CORWINS) fi R O C E il T
TE A WAREHOUSE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAP LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, ud
. . BISCUITS, Aa, 4o...
S. B.-i CLAIM TO SHEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
FAMILY GROCERIES LN THIS ont..
E. E. BEDFORD,
AND VERY OLD
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 27? KING STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fin? Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, i&c1
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &o.
Ail articles auld from this establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goods lellvered to all parts of the CU?, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVERY E. BEDFORD. I ' SEND FOR A (JAS. S. MARTIN..
QEO. H. GR?BER. ?_CATALOGUE. 1 WM. G. MOOD, JE.
JJ Y AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
100,000 DOLLARS IN UNITED STATE9 CURRENCY
DISTRIBUTED TO TICKET HOLDERS
ALAB1M1 IMMICrRiNT AWIAM GIFT CONCERN.
FEBRUARY TWENTY-SECOND, 1871.
i Girt or.'.$25,000
1 Gift Of....10.000
2 Gifts of $6000 are.10,000
s Gif ts of $2000 are.lo.coo
io Gbts of $1000 are.io,ooo
20 Gifts or $500 are.......$10,000
100 Girts or $100 are..*.,..?. ?o.ooo
1500 Gifts of $10 are.15,000
1630 Gifts, amounting to.$100,000'
COMMISSIONERS AND SUPERVISORS OF THE DRAWING.
General JONES M. WITHERS, late Major-Qeaeral In C. S. A., ex-Mayor of Mobile', and editor Dally
Colonel JOHN A ELMORE, of Montgomery, Attorney-at-Law.
General WILLIAM W. ALLEN, or Montgomery, Planter and late Brigadier-General fa C. S. A
. . '?-_
Omni SBORETART OF STATE, MONTGOMERY, ALA,, 1
November 20, 1870. j
I Hereby certify tbat the "ALABAMA IMMIGRANT ASSOCIATION" Ls regularly Incorporated na?
der the laws of tuts State, with a capital of $50,ooo, and that the inorporators are gentlemen of
means, integrity and high standing. CHAS. A MILLER, Secretary or State. .
[GREAT SEAL OP STAT?.]
We, the undersigned, cheerfully state that we ore personally well acquainted with Messrs.
STOKES A G REE NB, Managers or the "Alabama Immigrant Association," and we know them to be
gentlemen of high standing, integrity and reliability in this city, who will see that the drawings or
their "Association," whlcu is solvent and responsible, are honestly and fairly made. Messrs. EL?
MORE, WITHERS and ALLEN, the Commissioners or the "Association," are gentlemen weil known
over the country as or the highest integrity and honor, who would not lend the use or their names to
any scheme or project that was dot strictly honorable and above suspicion.
FARLEY SMITH A CO., BankerH. HENRY E. FABER, Maror or Montgomery.
HOLMES A GOLDTHWAITE, Bankers. JOSEPH W. DI HM 1 CK, Postmaster of the City of
E. S. MITCHELL. Agent Southern Express Oom- Montgomery.
pany. FRANCIS WIDMBR, Collector or U. S. Internal
J. H. PHISIZY, Agent Tallahaase Manufacturing Revenue.
Company. WM- B- HUGHES, Clark city OounoU or Mont?
PRICE OF SINGLE TICKETS has been put at ONLY TWO DOLLARS.
A dlsconnt or ten per cent, will be made to purchasers or $50, and a discount or twenty per cent,
to purchasers or $100 worth or Tickets.
Aeents wante 1 In every part of the country, to whom liberal Inducements will be offered. Send
ror C insulars and read the Testimonials.
Parties at a distance desiring to purchase tickets must remit their money &i per address below.
STOKES & GREENE, MANAGERS,
Jan28-18D*W MONTGOMERY, ALA.
QO T T.O N STATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Principal Ornee, MACON, QA .
A GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITU?
TION, PERMANENTLT ESTABLISHED.
Identified with the enterprise or our own peo?
ple. Managed by the best financiers of the South.
Policy-holders secured by a guarantee of FIVE
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, and by a de?
posit of ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS wita State authorities of Georgia and
The business confined by law to Life Insurance
Policies lssned on a.l thc approved Mutual plans,
. Non-participating Fol?eles granted at low rates.
Gotd Policies Issued to those preferring them.
A loan of one-third of premium given, if desired,
with Interest on first year's loan only. - i
Ninety per eent. of Proits given to pollcy-hdld
ers, without exception, annually.
A definite CASH SURRENDER VALUE given in
case of withdrawal. This ls done by but one other
Company doing business here. '?)'
Paid-up Policies for an equitable portion of
amount paid, also granted In case of surrender.
Policies made good and valid, by their terms, for
as mauy definite parts of sums iosnred as there
have been annual premiums paid.
LAVAL & ADNEY, General Agents,
Offlce Columbia, S. 0.
BURDELL BROTHERS, Charleston, S. C.
sa~ Agents wanted in North and .South Caro?
lina. , i aprll-mwlyr
. > fcttwbct, Suzlr &t._
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock of WHITE PINE, from fi to 12 inches
thick, clear and wau seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Birch, Oak, Ash,
Poplar lluards and Planks, Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahogany Veneers. Newels, JJ a niters, all
kinda of Msuhlings, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Ac.
The attention of builders and athens ts especial?
ly requested, that we are prepared to furnish the
above In any quantities with, such prices that
compare favorauly with NcwTork rates.
I. H. HALL A CO.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
JgUILDERS' DEPOT, .
No. M CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
LATHS - .
SAND, AC, Ac., Ac.
BUILDING P AP E R ,
A substitute for Laths and Piaster, at less than
one-half the cost._? , ? : ?
JUST BEC ?ITKD, j .
300 boxes best I. C. Charcoal TIN
100 bbls. Empire Mids Plaster.
E. M. GRIM EE.
?" Postofflce Box 374. | uni j
JL LUNSFORD, OABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTER BR, bega-leave toinfanu
the people of Charleston, and of the State, cftot
he is still carrying on his old business at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture of any description. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane 0Mlr4iottoma replaced by an experienced
workman. Customers may rely upou the per?
formance of work lu a prompt and raithful man?
ner. Pi ice for renovat ing a MossWIattress, large
Mae, $3 50; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, ?3. remona having this work to be
done are assured that thc contents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or Inferior arti?
cles J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
Unction Solea-?atnxe IDaps.
BJ W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
VACANT LOT IN PERCY STREET.
Will be sold onTHURSDAY>the oth mutant,
at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
A VACANT LOT on till west side of percy
street, one door south of Bogara street, measur?
ing 40 by oe feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers
and stamps. fens
Bj J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
SEA ISLAND BAGGING.
TO-MORROW, at ll o'clock, at the Custom?
house stores, witl be sold.
21 rolls DO".IDEE (Sea Island) BAGGING.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
RESCUE PLANTATION AND HOUSES
Win be sold on TUESDAY, 14th Instant, at il
o'clock, at the Old Postoillce.
That desirable WOOMEN BUILDING, formerly
residence of the late M. A. Waring, on nigh
brick foundation, on the west side of ar.
Phillp street, next bnt one orner Cannon
street, containing four large sqnare rooms,
two attics nicely, finished., dressing-rooms, pan?
try, Ac; requisite outbuildings, fine cistern,
piazza to south. Lot measures about 66 feet
front on St. Philip street, by About .190 feet
deep, as now enclosed, bc the same more or less;
bounded north by Lot of estate M. A. Waring,
south on Lot of Trout, east ou st. Philip street,
and west on property of Sigwald.
That desirable LOT north of above property,
with small woollen Building thereon, measuring
about 65 feet freut on sr. Philip street, by about
loo feet deep, as now enclosed, be the same more
or less; bounded north byprepertv of C. Mehr
tens, south by property CB:ate of M. A. Waring,
east on st. Phlilp street, and west' by property of
That desirable PLANTATION OR TRACT OF
LAND, eluate in St. Paul's Parish, un Wad m ala w
River, known as tho Rescue Plantation, measur?
ing and cmtaioing 1425 acres, blithe same more
or less. Of this amount, about 85o acres are ex-*
eel;ont pino Land; the remaining 675 acres are
prime planting laud, including a small portion of
reclaimed marsh, as per resurvey made by H.
Ravenel, Fehruary, 1825.
condining-one-third cash; balance in one,
two and turee years, secured by bund and mort?
gage of premises sold; interest at 7- per cent, per
aunum, payable annually. The Hou^e above ad.
vertised to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papera and stamps.
Ry LOWNDES & GRINDALL.
WILL BE SOLD ON THURSDAY, .9TH
February next, at the uki rustofllceat ll
That desirable UOTECslMiate.! at the corner of
Queen and Meeting streets, and IfQwwn as the
MILLS HOUSE. The hims s contains about 160
Chambers, besides Parlors, Ladies* Ordinary, Bar?
ber Shop, Bath-rooms, water-closets, Laondry,
steam nglne and Boiler for driving machinery
and pumps and for heating the house, and all thc
conveniences of a flrst-eiass modern hotel. Also,
line Cellars and large Cisterns. The building ii
verv substantial aud the interior finely finished.
The location is thc most desirable iu the city, and
the house has always been a favorite one. The
property ;is now under lease nil 1st November,
1873, at $10,000 per annum, pajfeble monthly. The
lot measures 80 feet, more or less, on Meeting
street, by 276 rei t on Queen street, and 117 feet on .
West line. This gives ample yard room for all
purposes of the hotel and for extending the build *
hag if desired.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bond or bonds of the
pnrchaser, with Interest from the day of sale, pay
a de semi-annually, and n mortgage ol the prem?
ises, the buildings thereon to be. Insured and the
policy assigned, rue purchaser to pay for ?apers
and the neecs'sary revenue stamps.
OUT H ES N DYE HOUSE,
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
nt No. 359 Klug street, where DYEING tn all col
?-s, sad .Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice ami in the best, style.
L BILLER, French Dyer.
No. 3W King street, near corncr-Gcurge street,
Bj JOH* E, BOWERS,
f? Auctioneer. ?'j??j -'../
ESTATE SALE > OF FURNITURE.
WUi be sold THIS DAT, 8th Instant, at
10 o'clock, at the-corner of Kins and Mary streets,
The-roUewlnjjrABTIOLES, Tia; i
Feather BEDS, Bolsters, Pillows, Bedclothes,
Blankets, Mattresses,- Bedsteads. Tables, Ward?
robe. Piano, Chairs.,.Clocks. Cold and Stirer
Watches, one splendid Silver Pitcher and Goblets,
Crockery,-CookingUtensils, Ac. Ac.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed imme?
diately after sale. _ . - few
., Bj JULES BRAKEL
CLOTHING, DEY GOODS, HATS, 4a
THIS MORNING, ario o'clock. I win sell?t
tty Store, corner of Kio? and Liberty-streets,
An invoice or CLOTHING, consisting of:
OVERCOATS, Black Cloth Frock Ogata.Tfr??.
Satinets and J^a Sacka and Panta, Plain and
Fancy Vests, Whke, Hickory and Belfcnsp ShirtB.
Gloves. Hosiery, Linen Collars, Handkarchlela,
Printed satinet, Broadcloth, Caaalnrere; Drei?
Goods, *C '.'..:
. - ALSO,
is cases (90 dozen) Men's, Boys' and Children's
HATS. - ??*r> *.
On Jj-lday I willselMO caa es Boots and Amt.
feb8_; ; ,? '?' ' '
Bj WM. McKAY.;
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, AT 110
; o'clock, at No. 140, Meeting street -.
4 prime MULES. ' _' f?bt
Bj. WM. HCKAY. '- ~,
TTJTLL. BS SOLD THIS DAY, (WEt>
TT NESDAY,) at half-past 9 o'clock, at SJ.
140 Meeting street, '' " . . W.
OFFICE DESK, COUNTERS, Show OM*?,
Library Books, and sundry articles.
Furniture Bale on PRfDAY_ ' feW
R. M. MARSHALL & BBO?HEB
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT HAU?
P AST io o'clock, at No. 83 Broad street,
MC LE 3, Sets Harness, one Shot Gun and Pistol.
QUctioh ?clcs--intnre CDOTJ?.
BJ R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
ESTATE SALE, BY OBDErl OF THE
ADMINISTRATOR.-DWELLING No. IS
Price's Alley, next to King street. ??
On THURSDAY, l?th Inst,, at^l o'dock,' witt
be ?etd at the OM Postofflce, Broifrstrser, . ~
The above D WE LU SG, containing four so?sate,
pantry and piazza, with a kitchen and brick store
house. lx>t erj by 3l}i feet, more or less.
Terras cash. Purchaser to pay ?. M M. A Bro.
for papers and stamps. feb8-wfmwth&.
BJ E. M. MARSHALL ? ABO.
DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE No. 46
HU street. South of Catt?uu, and quite
near the City Raliway.
On THURSDAY, February 9th, at ll o'clock,
win be sold, at the OldP. stofltee, Broad stress,'
The above well built and conveniently arranged
WO 3D EN RESIDENCE, containing nine rooms,
besides attics, with a wide piazza te ls? ?ME
The kitchen contains fonz -ooma. The lot, which
ls vary high, measures about 70, by 108 feet, nore
or less. .
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, twe and
three years, by bond, with interest seml-aanaallyr
secured by mortgage of the premises. Buildings
to be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay F . M M. A Bro. for papers aad stamps.
Jan'ia-srfmwtafl ; ,\
Bj L S. IV BErfffETTV
THE EXECUTORS OF THOMAS BEN
NE IT va Jane M. Bennett, et a?.-?n?er de?
cree of Oourt of Common Plea*.-In Equity. s
Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, Ike 8 th March,
at the old Poatoffice in Charleston, at ll b'oJoct,
AM. - : it ?. ;?IT
The following Beal Estate, belonging to the
estate of the late Tnomas Sennett, as set forth Bi
plats to be seed at the office of L 8. E. Bennett,
Broad street: . ? .> . ? . ? ., ?
V Ail that portion of the CANNONS BOrtourrH.
TIDE MILL P^-ND TRACT, situate east of-?t*
ledge avenue, south of Calhoun arrest, This
portion may be laid off lnlots fronting on che
above named ?trotte, which KT? the principal
thoroughfares of we eity. It ah? embraces tte
lots through which the City Tidal Drains draw
water from tbs pond, and should attract tu?
attention of the city authorities aa puro baserai
2. AU that portion of the MILL POND TRACT,
lying west or Rutledge- avenue, soutiror Calhoun
street, and extending west to a hne.eoawaqnrsBit
on Gadsden street, south of the Lot or Mr. Crouch,
and diverging around the square established to
the east of the residence of the lite Go wnor Ben?
nett, thence along Lucas street to the centre of
Cnmmlng's Creek, thence along the centre-'of
said Creek to the wharf head at the east end of
said Creek, thence air?os the boundary line of
the Tract back to Rutledge a ven ce. This portion
Includes the three story Tide Mid, with the
Wbari adjacent, the upper Elood Gate, the Brick
Stack, Oounting hoase, and sundry small Houses
on the high land, near the Residence; and much
of lt may be laid- odin lots on Rn tied go avenue
and Calhoun street; and the whole portion is also
worthy the attention of the etty authorities ai an
essential means of flooding their Tidal Drains.
3. All that portion of the said TRACT lying
west of- Lucas street, and extending on the south
to the centre of Cnmmlng's Creek, to the. north
extending to the centre or the creek or canal be?
tween this property and that lately belonging to
Jonathan Lucas, and to the west extending to
the property or the West Point Mills Company
(between which and this property a street .has
been laid off and dedicated as West Bay street,)
and to the channel of Ashley River, on which
there ls a frontage of 600 feet. On this portion
there ls a large three-story Building, formerly
used as a steam raw mill, and a wharf and cause?
way leading to the Weat Point Mills; also,, a dam
or bank to the north and a floodgate to the south
to admit the tide. The Lot Immediately opposite
the residence of Mr. Jennings, on Calhoun sire ? t,
ls the boundary oa that side, and the whole Tract
ls more exactly described in a plat to be seen at
tire ornee or Mr. Bennett
4. Two very flue LOTS on Lucas stroet, adjoin
ing the open square, opposite the Manalon House,
and extending In depth from Lucas to Gadsden
street, as seen on plat, and marked A and B: - :
Let A measuring 31 feet ll luche,! front OR
Lncas street, hy 164 feet lu depth.
Lot B, next non h of the above, on Lucas street?
adjoining the residence lot of J. B. BtsselL Eso.
and measnling 34 feet ll Inches In front, hy lea
feet In depth on Gadsden street.
. ?. Two LOTS on Calhoun street, opposite the
"residence or Mr. D. Jennings, on one of whick ts
a be.iut irul grove dr oak (rees, and each lot meas?
ures 00 leet front on calhoun street, by mi feet
6. All that valuable WHARP PROPERTY at the .
east end of Basel street, on Cooper .River, a few
blocks above the Customhouse, and a short dis?
tance from the New York Packet Wharf, measur?
ing about 12) feet in width, and nnaiag flea
Coucord street 350 feet or more to the channel of
Cooper River, including therein ampin Dockage,
botn on tba north-and south sides, and 0? the
channel of the river.
Conditions of Sale-One fifth cash; balance In
four equal annual in a taime ute, wich Interest ffom
date, payable annually, at 7 per cent., secured-by
bond, with mortgage ot the property, with policy
or insurance on th?tnilldlngs assigned. Pur?
chasers to pay for all necessary papery and
stamps. W. J. BBMlBtT.
0. G. MKMMINGER,
Bj I. S. K, BENNETT.
TBE EXECUTORS OF THOMAS BEN?
NETT va Jane M. Bennett ct al-Under D??
crie of the Court of Common Pleas-In Equity.
On THURSDAY, the 9th of March, wuLoesold,
at Public Outcry, near the Old ?oatoOce at ll
Three LOTS or low water land, bot sortable for
building, fronting on Smith street, between Bell
and Calhoun streets.
No. S3. Containing 36 feet fren tor. Smith street,
by 1103 feet deco, more or leas. .
No. 81. Containing 61 leet In front on Smith
street, by 257 feet deep, more or less.
Nu. 50. Cootaning 51 feet in front on Smk.h
street, by 257 feet deep, more or Tess.
NrNE LOTS OF LAND, fronting on Line, Awl?
and Shepherd streets, as rollows:
No. L At thc northeast corner of Line and Aslie
streets, measuring 45 feet on Line, by 14ft feet-en
No. 2. Next east of the above on Line street,
measuring 45 feet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 3. Next cast of No. t oa Line street, meas?
uring 43 reet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 4. Next east or Nb. 3 on Line street, meas
ur:ug 46 feet froi:t, by 145 reet deep. , .
No. 5. On Ashc street, measuring 48 feet 4
Inches in front, by 100 feet deep.
No. C. On Ashe street, next north: of No. 6,
measuring 43 rett 4 lncaes in front, by 100 Ieee
Ko. 7. Next north of No. 6, at the oerner of
Ashe and Shepherd streets, measuring 48 feet 4
inches on Ashe street, by 100 feet lu depth on
-Shepherd street n .
No. 8. On Shepherd street, manuring 40 feet
front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 9. orr shepherd street, east ortho above,
measuring 40 feet front, by 145 feet deep. ... ' -
All or which can be fully seen by reference to a
plat at Mr. Bennett's office. No. 40 Brood street. -
Conditions or 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, -d^urchase*
to pay for all necessary papers und stamps.
W. J. BENNETT, ) riecntara.
C. 0. ME M MINGER, J ??N"?**
^iticiionccrs' Prioote 6ateo, #t-.
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
Real Estate Broker, No. 5G Broad Stw*
AT PRIVATE S?LrtE?2
PHOSPHATE LANDS or beat-^ualRy ??d:
toe* tiona, hap ? (.<? -
Rice and Cotton Plantations tn all parts of th?
City Residences, Stores, Bolldlng Lots and
Farms. .- oem-craik