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* things This Day.
Pythagorean Lodge, at halt-past 7 P. M.
Charleston Typographical Society, at half-past
7 P. Bf. _
IMPORTANT TO TITS BAR.-His Honor Judge
Graham wll? bs occupied to-day In hearing mo?
tions m cases-on tne clvt; side dr the court.
ADMITTED TO TICE BA?..-Thos. H. Stroliecker,
Eso... havin? parei l the necessary ex?mlna'ion,
wa* yesterday admitted to the practice'of law m
the State courts._
FRCITS, FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES.-Those
o.' our citizens who desire to obtain seeds or
plants, said to be c.' ciqf.-.stioaed excellence, can
do o by sendiai their order and accompanying
remittance to Mr. B. M. Watson, of thc Old Colony
Nurseries, Plymouth, Mas?. A note to the same
address will brlcg/hls c -t.itogue, prepaid, of all
the new fruits aadltfbVers of recent introduction,
together with many select varieties of trees,
shrubs, evergreen* and vegetables.
Crrr ELECTIONS HEKEAFTSR.-A bill is now
pending before tb* General Assembly, which pro?
poses to fix the-nex; -election in Charleston for
August, 1871. ?uder ! he preseat law. the election
ls held tn October, and Ve are utterly unable to
account for the change suggested. On the one
hand, no good can be accomplished by lt, -while
on the* other hand not a. little harm'niay result
from the fact'that a period of the year bas been
selected during which a large number of our citi?
zens are ab-ear, at the North or lu the country,
aud of course unable to vote, t .
TuESPASSt;::;. -Between: 12 and 1 o'clock,
yeverday morning, Patrick Fianigan was dis?
covered by J. Fisken ur on his premises. In Elliott
st:OT-, ard was\a3k3d*iw!iat he;.wanted.' Being
unible to give a satistactcry. exok iatton, he was
told td leave, instead of doing which lie drew a
la--.} bowie knife aaJ made at his Interroga?
tor. Tlie latter effected his escape, and calling
for the police" had the intruder arrest.-d.- After a
nigkUu the Guardi.oji-e, Patrick came before the
Mayor with rtre elia:???i of vagrancy added to the
* above offence aad haying been tried, was sent to
t!:e House or Correction un ie.' the vagTant law.
LUCKY RECOVERY.- OB Timrsda? evening,
about 7oMock, a thief enterer, the residence of--a
gentleman In the low=r p"* : of Meeting Street,
and stole the carn:t-baj of a newly arrived visit?
or, which had bf ea Incautiously leftin the piazza.
Yesterday afternoon,* Officers Davis and Burke
dl-covered a carpet-bag answering to the descrip?
tion or the one- lo-t lu the hands or a boy in Ma
zyck street, who no sooner saw the officers than
he dropped the bag and made off. He succeeded
la effecting his escape, bu: "the carpet-bag was
recovered, and U now at th; Detective's office to
be deUvered to ttie owns:-. . '
THE MERCHANTS'Li.vs OP NEW YORK. SAIL?
ING PACJKSTS:-This fortun?te and well-managed
line or packets re:alri the large patronage they
have so long^ enjoyed, rj7 the superior character
of their 'Sneers "and th4 excellent condition or
their vessels". The schooner N. Wv Smith, widen
arrived here a row days since from New York, has
been coming to tn is etty la this., line for some fif?
teen years. In consequence of her excellent
model and 'succossrurcareer, she was lately en?
tirely rebuilt, and is now in all respects a new
vessel of the first class. Her commander, Captain
Tooker, has been roi- some years in charge of her,
ad has earned a high reputation for officiai
abiiry and courtesy. The agents"of the lineare
Messrs. W. Roach & Co., so well known to the
public and shipping.
A HAPPY FAMILY.-About 1 o'clock yester?
day morning the residents of the lower part of
Hasel street were startled with loud cries and
shouts proceedin? from a house In that locality,
occupied by John "Kelly, Bridget' Kelly and Mary
Sheridan* The three had been living together most
amicably for a length of time, .but oa th? night lu
question-an unusual quantity or spirits had come
luto thoposseyston or the party, and they imme?
diately proceeded to get drunk. During this In?
teresting process a quarrel arose, ami in a few
momenta the-party" were"engaged In a lively dis
cusston with fists, chairs.'aad other convenient
articles. The noise brought, in Mia police, who j
carried tire tipsy trio to the Guardhouse. At the i
hearing before the Mayor next morning the two
females were discharged, and John was sen- ?
tenced to pay a fine ot $5, or spend uve days in .
the House of Correction. ,
INQUEST.-Thursday alternoon a one-armed
colored man named.sciplo Plgatt was taken with,,
au epileptic tl:, while walkiug near Potters' Held,
and fell luto a large opening. No one saw the ac?
cident, but a short time afterward a colored
woman, on going to the spring for water, dis ov
ered the body. She attempted to drag it out, but
in jain, and at last alarmed the neighbors. When
tasen rr?m the spring, every attempt was made
to "revive the body, but-ar;er long and repeated
efforts, life was found to be-entirely extinct. The
deceased had met with various accidenta while '
suffering rrora?thesa fits, and hi one of them had
fallen inw the. m;e anil bad ula arm so badly '
burned as to render amputation necessary. Cor?
oner Taft was notified of the oeoorreuce, aud pro- (
ceeding tc the place empanelled a Jory of Inquest,
who, after hearing the testimony of witnesses,
rendered a verdict ol accidental death. '
CLUBS AND STARS.-Two white men report- I
ed tor driving their loaded drays through King '
street Tuesday morning were discharged by the
Mayor on their pleading Ignorance or the law and '?
the flrat offence. I
John Simons, arraigned before Trial Justice <
McKinlay for committing an assault and latte- I
ry upon M. Bluf, was found guilty, and fined $5 <
and costs. 1
Jane Smith and Rose Matthews, colored, were
reported for throwing water from their windows i
upou the sidewalk in St.JPhillp street, and, after
a hearing, Jane was fined $3, which me paid.
Rose was discharged.
Of four parties reported for doing- business
without a license, two were discharged, one
showed asafflcient license, and the fourth was'
ordered to pay for a Ucease for three months
and close Ms business. 1
A young mun, whos? appetite .'or sttong drink
got the better of his discretion on Thursday
ni jht, was arrested while lying down In Elliott
street and locked up in tho Guardhouse.^ He ?
came up smiling behind a' strawberry nose to
plead the first offenee b?rore the Mayor, but that
functionary declined to listen to the "oft told
tale,'' and sentenced him to pay a One of $5, or
go to the House of Correction for five days.
Hotel Arrivals-.March 3.
? \ CHARLESTON HOTEL.
C. H. Senior^New York; R. Seeger, L. A.
Godey, Philadelphia; Jno. McLaughllu, New York;
O.M. Saddler, South Carolina; J. B. Horton, W.
L. Frost, Miss L. A. Kimball, Miss M. E. Whllcher,
Boston; S. H. Ingersoll, T. H. Sherwood, New
York; W. L. Hid, Baltimore; H. Bryan, Savannah;
C. Henry, Clarendon; Alonzo Child, Mfes S. M.
Child, Mrs. "Seeley, daughter and maid, New
York; H. B. Judd and wife, Wilmington; T. Shar
baum and wife, E. A*. Marshall, Philadelphia; J.
H. Watson, Brooklyn; Geo. Christie, J. Ripper, A.
Conselgan, C. L. Christie, Paterson, N. J.; H.
Chwrant, C. Sma'd, Macon; W. T. Miller, New Or?
eaos; C. H. Kaufman, J. B. Moore. Stateburg, S.
C.; A. Flu-id, san tee, S. C. ; Jos. Y. Johnson, Bal?
MILLS HOUSE. "
T. R. Jenkins, H. A. Palmer, T. C. Wlndhurst,
wife and daughter, G. L. Hunter, Providence; J.
L Minis, Baltimore; J. W. Watts, New York; H.
M. Myers, Percival Roberts and wife, Miss Mary,
Williamson, Miss Mary Roberts, Miss Gainor Rob?
ert*, Miss K. C. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Trot?
ter, Mrs. B- Dunstan, Philadelphia; A. J. Hans
com, New York; Mrs..D. H. McPherson, South
Carolina; George 18. Hicks, Baltimore; E. K. Laird,
England; J. Gorgham*. Savannah,*- Alfred Games,
r A VI LION HOT BL.
A. Spiro, MT3. E. W. Blance, New- York;,D.
Odom, Bonaeau's; John Nettles, Northeastern
Railroad; S. M. Keene, D. Falrbaey, New Jersey;
W. Blodgett, agent Tor Be Castro; Wm. Dunning,
Baltimore; G. w. Cox, st. Thomas.
EMMETT SOCIAL CLUB.-At a meeting ot
young men of this city, on the evening or the 1st
Instant, an organization was formed under the
nameof the "Emmett Social Club," and the fol?
lowing officers elected: A. J. Callahan, president;
N. A. Devereux, vice-president; M. J. Flynn, sec?
retary; C. L. Stolze, t?easurer; E. H. Bolciioz, cor?
responding secretary. Committee on letters
C. L. Stolze, M. J. Flynn, N. A. Devereux. Com?
mittee ou finance-I. Droze, J. Boyce, E. Bolchoz.
SFOKT.-Several parties have availed them?
selves of the present delightful weather, atd with
gun and Oshlng-rod are enjoying camp-life among
the islands on the coast. Drum Ash are near?
ly due, other kinds are abundant, and the
woods abound with game, so that there is no lack
or sport. Good partridge and duck shooting locali?
ties can be found almost anywhere within five or
eight miles or the city limits, and now and then
a deer rewards one Tor his tramp.
AMUSEMENTS NEXT WEEK.-The old adage
that "When lt rains, lt pours," ls applicable in
more senses than one. Next week, for instan ve,
the Academy of Music wlH be open nnder the
auspices or the Chapman Sisters and the jolly
Bishop. DeCastrc, the Ventriloquist and Illusion?
ist, commences a series of entertainments in
Hibernian Hall, and on thc night or the 7th the
great Purim ball takes place. The bill-boards are
radian: with the most inviting or designs, and the
inducements to spend greenbacks and be happy
DESTRUCTIVE FirtE.-The Brook Green rice
mills, on Waccamaw River, about twenty-two
miles above Georgetown, were destroyed by Ure
on the 2d Instant. The Ure broke out at 3 o'clock
in the morning, and all efforts to extinguish lt
prove 1 futile. About fl fi y tierces of clean rice
and thirty two hundred bushels of rough rice In
the mill at the tim:, with all the fixtures, stock,
wood and sc res, were entirely destroyed. The
total loss is a-iout $25.000. Thc only insurance
was upon a portion ol the rice. xTue-origiu of the
tire is unknown.' ? "? g| 1 ' ' ,
THE BLUE RIDGE RA.'LROAD.-Among the
Legislative proceedings published lu connection
with the at ove road, it was stated that a protest
had been received from the City Council of
CHarlesfn against annulling the endorsement of
thebouds of that company by the State, on the
ground that such endorsement was in the nature
of a contract and coul l not be withdrawn with?
out a violation ofthe constitution.
We are very much interested in learning when
and where this paper was prepared and adopted.
We know of no meeting of the City Couuoil lu
which such a procese was considered; and cannot
conc?ive who has assumed ttie grave authority of
speaking for Charleston or its government In the
matter. WU somebody afford the information ?
OUR NEW-JUDGE.-Business in the Gourt ol
General Sessions is being done with such rapidity
that in two weeks the eutlre criminal docket
and it ls very heavy-will probably be cleared.
Judge Graham has gone to work with energy, and
the visitor who spends an hour within his temple
will be impressed with the peculiar tact he pos?
sesses lu rapidly brlnglug a case to an cud. His
charges to the jury are like some of his former
charges in the field-short, sharp acd.decisive.
His experience as a district judge immediately
after the war has doubtless been of. no little ser?
vice to him Inhls present position, and he ls thus
ensiled, with confidence' In himself, to exercise
that decision of character and promptness In ac?
tion which are both bis personal and official traits.
We need uot add that, so rar, Judge Graham has
afforded general satisfaction to alt hu: the crim?
inals. _ ?
" SILENCE THERE ! "-The recent seizure of
a young man by a colored policeman for allowing
his cane to rest too melodiously on 'the sidewalk
while "homeward winding his weary way," has
had an alarming Influence off a number of young .
ladies, by whom the propriety or attaching India ,
rubber to their boot heels ls being seriously con- '
sldcred. Noone more than the fair sex know 1
that "a stitch tn time saves nine," and it ls pra- 1
bably with a view to avoid being brought before '
the Mayor by an Ethiopean cavalier in brass but- '
tons, on the charge or alarming the police de- '
partaient by tappiug too heavily on the pave
ment.that this course ls proposed. It has been sug 1
jested, too, that In consideration or the sensitive (
nerves of the custodians of tue peace, all persons
rho carry canes should have them tipped with '
>ome sort substance, to the end that sleepy senti?
nels may not be frightened by the Innocent per- ,
cussion upon the pave. '
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court '
was opened at io o'clock yesterdAy morning, his
Honor Judge Bryan presiding.
Tho People's National Bank were allowed a div- '
Idend against'the general a-s vis Tor so mu vii of j
[ts claims as had not been paid ouc of the pr jp
;rty covered by the lien of Its judgment.
.The accounts of Jas. E. Crossland, assignee of
Ino. Stallings, having been examined by the reg- J
strar and found correct, the same were allowed
ind the assignee discharged as prescribed by law. (
J. W. Burbidge, assignee of Ciias. Wltsell, was
?rdered to notify tue-UenTore lltora or che bank
*upt to prove their demands, before the 21tn or
?arch next, and to sell the real estate of the
jankrupc on the urst sales-day in April for cash. j
IN- ADMIRALTY. ,
The consideration of tuacare of the libel against ,
Smith ii Suecker was resumed, and counsel hav- ?
lng been heard, the rarcher hearing of the case '
was continued until Monday.
Testimony was taken in the cases of the United ,
States vs. the bark Kc'ar and vs. nine bales of ,
tobacco, and their further hearing continued un- ,
:ii Monday. A' habeas corpus was also granted ,
in these cases to bring up the body of Hoffman, ,
in the custody of the sheriff of Charleston County, ,
co testify on the6th or March before tills court. j
The coure then adjourned until ll o'clock chis ,
THE STATE CIRCUIT COURT.-The Court of 1
General Sessions was opened Friday morning
at io o'clock, his Honor Judge Graham presiding. ,
Thegra d jury was called, and having all au- '
swered, were sent to their room.
The petit jurors and supernumeraries all an
nrered to their mimes.
The State vs. James F. Harrison-breach ol ,
trust. Nol. pros, ontered by order of the judge. |
The State vs. George Hutson-rape. Prisoner }
arraigned, but on request of Colonel R. W. Sey
moor, for defence, the trial was set for Tuesday.
The State vs. Anthony Thompson-rape. C. W.
Botts, Esq.. for defence. Verdict, not guilty,
aud prisoner discharged.
The State vs. Richard Boree-grand larceny.
The prisoner pleaded guilty of petty larceny, aud
his plea was accepted by the State.
The State, vs. Thomas Bauks-grand larceny.
L. 0. Northrop, Esq., for the defence. The jury
remained out for two hours, and at length brough.',
in a verdict of not guilty. Prisoner discharged.
The grand jury returned into court with true
bills in the following cases: Against Charles
Johnson, grand larceny ; against George Brown,
bigamy: against Edmund Miles, petty larceny;
agaluat Lawrence P. Smith, perjury; against
Richard Becket, ass ault and battery and assault
with intent to Uti; against. Thomas Finley, ma?
licious mischief against Alonzo.Bittier and Al?
fred James, ?t?i^ Traveuer
Wescott, Jo?" BMe?tt?n?: Nemo-1 Small, Agrippa
Champlain, James Green, Chance Wilson, John
McNeill an t Saunders Gadsden, house breaking
and larceny; against Sylvester Bowers, assault
and battery aud assault with intent to kill; against
John Russel, for the same offence.
In the following cases no bills were found:
Against John D. Zanoga, malicious mischief;
against Henry Lewis, assault and battery; against
Marlon Mott, assault and battery and assault
with Intent to kill.
The State vs. Chas. W. Blocker-bigamy. On
motion of defendant's counsel the case was set
for tho 7th Instant.
The State vs. Traveller Wescott et al-house?
breaking and larr- On motion of counsel for
defence the trial was axed for the 9th instant.
Tho State vs. Peter alias Chas. Leckwood
grand larceny. L. I. Woolf, Esq., for the defence.
Hie court then adjourned until io o'clock A. M,
on Monday next.
A.-TE U AT rl?W OF TBE CITX JOBBT.
About a year ago the executors of George
Gibbon obtains! a judgment against the City
Council on past due stock, and Instituted pro?
ceedings to enforce execution. It was thus
brought to the notice of certain citizens that
there was still other past due stock to the amount
or s25n,o?o, and that the debt of-the city general?
ly was In such disproportion to the value of prop?
erty as to exercise an unfavorable Influence upon
Improvements and investments. Seeing the ca?
lamitous results of this action on the part of the
municipal government, and the probability thar
lt was Ukely to come to dissolution from the
overwhelming pressure of charges lt had Incur
ed, the question was raised whether, In the na?
ture of things, or by any power conferred upon
lt by the Legislature, the authority ever existed
In "the City Council to incur the obligations which
constituted the difficulty ?
From the examination or the charter, lt ap
peared that they had simply the office of a local
municipal government, which was extended be?
yond the sphere of a local government at com?
mon law, only by thc provisions that lt should
take under its jurisdiction the streets, lanes,
alleys, pavements,- fire engines, public houses,
carts, drays and the like, not strictly, perhaps,
within the range of municipal cognizance at com?
mon law; but without the power to incur moneyed
obligations; without the power to incur obliga
gallons for any other thaa the objects designated,
or for any object beyond the limita of the State;
and wlthont power to enforce its assessments,
even ror municipal objects, by execution.
Possessed of these facts, certain citizens, im?
pressed with the importance or the occasion, In?
structed counsel to die a bil! aaeglng the want of
power tn the city goverument, and praying that
lt be restrained from the enforcement of assess?
ments to pay these debts, and from the enforce?
ment or them by execution.
In July last, the application was made to Mr.
Justice Willard, in Columbia, for a preliminary
ir^utfctl?n^sltowing the urgency of-Hhe case and
the-importance of restraining .Council until the
trial of the cause. After a hearing, the order was
refused upon the ground that the urgency did
not appear-the citizens haring apparently ac?
quisse 3d for so long a time-and that lt was not
proper to prejudice securities In advance or the
quesilou of their validity, which would regularly
come up-at the trial of the cause. In this condi?
tion the case has remained until the present time,
anl ls now on the docket for trial, when the
Con rt of Common Pleas for this couuty shall si?
to hear it.
The holders of the securities scarcely coarend
aa to the original power in Council to Incur the
obligations lu question; but they do cou tend that
lu 1451, after the obligations were, almost nil of
them, entered luto, the Legislature of Hie State
undertook to confirm certain appropriations to
railroads out or the city, made by the Council,
aud to give validity to"the bonds Issued by the
Council to raise the money therefor. They con?
tend, also, that the validity or this act or confir?
mation haring come ftef-.-re the State in 1857, In
thc case or Copes va. the Council, aud that valid?
ity having been sustained, they as holdera or these
securities are protected by the law of the State,
and the decision of the highest court In the State
that it is law. Against which, however, it ls con?
tended on the other side
First. That the act ofcoufirmatlon In 1854 does
not give orignal power to the Council, If lt did not
have lt, to make the appropriations; that while
the Legislature may confirman Irregular oct of a
municipal body, lt could not by confirmation con?
fer original power, aud tuerefore can no more
take the property ot Individuals by approving
the act of the municipal body .which assumes .to
Ho lt, than It could take the same -property by-a
direct act, '.. ;
Seconti. That the act of confirmation ls insuffi?
cient to give .validity jo.the debts of the city gov
ernmeut. ror the reason that It jor?poses to give
validity to theoonds only .theretofore Issued by-the
Council to railroads out of thc Slate, (of which none
have beeu issued, stock alone having been issued
to thc railroads m, question,) and that under that
authority it could not be contended there would
tie validity in thehouds or stock issued -withoat
power, to other thau the railroads lu-questloa, or
m honda or stock Issued since.. T
Third. That the oase; of Copes' v?. Connel! does
lot decide ^hat these securities are valid, but
mly that the courts could not forfeit the charter
)f the city government, because or these appro?
priations to "railroads, -wiicther "made With or
without authority, after toa State, through legis
atlve couQrniaiioa, had..approve! of thc act.
The case there was on a motion for or luforma
lon in thenatureof a quo warrante at the rela
:ion of Cope*, to forfeit the city etinrter for
usurpation, in deciding that case, tue court held
lia: lt could not aoflrfelt rorreasen of-the act
j' confirmation, and. the case, going off on this
joint, lt la contended did not involve the issue
3l)her 'of.the original power lu the council to
nake.-the subscription or the efficacy of. the act
)f confirmationItstir, or auy other than; the pur
?ose of protecting the ertye?rpor?tlon from for
eitere of charter for u-urpatiou.
Fourth. It is contended that whatever may
ure been the force of that adjudication as be
ween parties to the record, lt does not bind the
nteresta ol'citizens nota party to the record;
hat lt is not rs* adjud?cala, nor a Judgment
meeting property m which the citizens have ii
jertain interest; that if Council had no: power to
marge ihem with thia debt they did not acquire
.he power to charge them with lt through any ad
udicatlou of the question at ISMie betweeu Copes
ind the Council.
Fifth. Aud ttu.ally lt ts contended that these
:harges have not become obligatory by any stat
lteor Ilm.tatlons, or acquiescence, fjr, ir orlgl
aally wrong, the repetition of that wrong cajraot
nake lt right. If' an- infringement upou thc
rights of citizens to take their properly for other
Mian municipal purposes, It continues to be au In?
fringement until through the lapse of an indefi?
nite period of time lt ahall have become a custom;
ind lt cauuot become a custom unleBS lo ita na?
ture it be reasonable, which no one venturis to
:onteud lt (a.
Such is a statement of the condition of thc case,
ind the questions concerned. The lntereats to be
affected are large. If the grounds taken by the ]
complainants be sustained, lt wfll Involve the loss
or the city stock, now amounting to about five
million five hundred thousand dollars-nominal
value. II not sustained, the city property be?
comes subject to a change which, lt is hardly pro?
bable, lu ita preseat condition and value, it can
ever pay, and which charge, from ita tendency
to discourage investments and drive runda away,
tnfet so diminish the value of property that there
caa be no hope of Its ultimate sufficiency tb meet
these obligations involving such interests, the
case must necessarily be regarded with much
concern by all persons whose property ls In
quotion, and by those whose hopes and fortunes
are associated with the city.
DCCK-STITKISG.-Daniel Lewis was awaken?
ed early yesterday morning by a distuibance
among lils poultry, and running out discovered a
long, lank colored man, Thomas Gilbert by name,
leaving the premises. A glance showed that sev?
eral ducks were missing, and seizing Gilbert, the
Irate Lew? chargcJ him with the theft. He de?
nied, but the Incredulous- Lewl? commenced a
search, and in a few moments elucidated two
struggling feathery bipeds from his euvlloplng
shirt-bosom and one from his pants. The crest?
fallen depredator waa taken directly to the
Guardhouse, and after a short examination,
turned over to a trlal juatlce for examination.
THK MSW CUSTOMHOUSE.-Under the Influ?
ence of tue late appropriation by Congress, new
energy has been Infused Into the work on thia
magnificent edifice, aud already the front on Eaat
Bay la approaching completion. Four out of the
six massive columns on this portico are already
In position, and the other two are almost ready
te be raised. The new boom derrick put np and
made In this city by Mr. Oakshott, the superin?
tendent, works like a charm, and by ita aid a
stone weighing eleven tonals raised by four men
from the ground to the roof with perfect ease.
The temporary finishing or the roor with brick has
been removed, and the massive carved pieces of
the roof already in position are sufflclent to show
the shape and beauty or the design when com?
SAILING OF THE VIRGINIA-This first-class
iron steamship, Alexander Hunter, commander,
sailed yesterday afternoon for Philadelphia, with
a very heavy cargo, looting up about 2000 pack?
ages, cotton, rice, rosin, domestics, Ac. The
Fall River, of the same line, will be dlspatobed
hence on the"9th, at 6 o'clock P. M., and shippers
can now count on superior steamships and a reg?
ular weekly dispatch.
BISHOP ANDREW.-A dispatch from Mobile,
Alabama, to the Rev. Wm. W. Mood, of Columbia,
dated March 1st, says: "Bishop Janies 0. An?
drew is dying.'' The Bishop had returned from
New Orleans, and had reached his son-ln-law's,
Rev. Join. W. Rush, in Mobile,where the dispatch
was sent from to Mr. Mood. Rev. James 0. An?
drew was born In Georgia In 1794. He entered
the South Carolina Conference In 1812, and was
elected and ordained bishop In Philadelphia In
1832. In all these years he was in the active Itine?
rancy, and now passes away as the senior bishop
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. He
dies In his seven ty-eighth year, ceasing at once
to work and live. His disease ls paralysis.
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE WORKS_There
was an unfortunate blunder In the description of
the Atlantic Phosphate Works printed in THE
NEWS of yesterday. We should have said that
Oath the huge acid chambers of the company are
now actively at work. One of them was com?
pleted In the middle of December, and the other
in the middle of January.
The officers of the Atlantic Company are as
follows: President. F. J. Porcher, Ein..; secreta
ry and agent, F. J. PelZer, Esq.; directors
Messt.-. Wm. Lebby, L. D. DeSaussure, W. P.
Hall aud B. G. Pinckney. The general agents or
itie company are Messrs. Pilzer. Rodgers & Co..
of this city. .
Frst vs. NOSE.-John Anderson, colored,
was brought before Trial Justice Mackey, yester
day/nfternoah. arid tried for assaulting and bat?
tering Benj. Washlngtonron:Mo?*lay afternoon,
on Hamlin's wharf. The evidence showed that
?he prisoner bad seized Bea by the coat, and in
no geutle manner had made him smell his Hst by
rubbing it against the prosecutor's nose. Ander?
son confessed so much, but Anding the prosecu?
tor had no evidence at hand, he changed his
rune, and denied the deed. On his confesslpu,
however, the jn?tlce round him guilty, and Joe
John was sentenced to pay a fine of SI and costs,
or go ro jail for ten days. He preferred, however,
to take lils chance in the Genera! Sessions, and
appealed from" the decision.
TUE "IRICK OF TUE LOOP."-About a week
ago Sampson Sumter, a verdant speclmen-of rns
?iclty, became Interested In the curious perform?
ances of George McIntyre, a colored professor of
the scrap'gam?, and. after paying thirty-five dol
lars to his teacher, learned the secret ortho double
loop. The teacher was reported at the Detective
office, and the next day Officer Daly arrested him
ut the corner of Ann and Meeting streets. George
put on a look of Injured innocence, and seemed
so deeply hurt ac the charge, that, the officer, who
was uncertain of his man, was deceived and left
him for a moment to make Inquiries of a con?
fidante on the opposite corner. On his-return, he
caught sight or his ?ate prisoner flying up Ann
street. A rapid pursuit only enabled che detec?
tive to catch another glimpse of honest George,
legging i: across the trestle of the Northeastern
Railroad. A sharp lookout was kept up, however,
and yesterday morning the unlucky George was
captured by Officers Daly and Lovett, at rho cor?
ner of Spring and Sc. Phillp streets. Being search?
ed ac the Detecclve office, the pockets of che olly
George were found to contain nothing but a con?
ductor's check Tor a passage from Augusta to Co?
lumbia, and a silo of paper on which the follow?
ing was printed :
To a Generous Public-This certifies that the
bearer ls duly authorized to solicit aid for the
liquidation of the debt upon the A. M. E. Church,
Charleston, S. C.
"He that giveth to the poor lendeth to the* Lord,
and be will repay them again.''
Wm. H. Brown and Bruce H. Williams, Pastors.
This ls a new calling for "Brother" George. As
a professor or the strap game he obtained celeb?
rity by be.ng sentenced to two years In the peni?
tentiary by Judge Moses, having been convicted
In the general sessions or a conspiracy to cheat.
SPRING DRESS GOODS.-Louis Cohen & Co.,
No. 248 King street, announce to day the opening
of a handsome assortment of dress goods-silks
of various kinds, satins, popltus, prints, ip. This
ts the time to buy, and the prices are cheap.
To BE RAFFLED, oue fine meerschaum pipe,
nt 50 cents per chance, or the pick of the show?
case, at King William's cigar store. No. 310 King
streit, near Society. WILLIAM SCHRODER.
Come one, come a l, and look 04 my fine meer?
CHOICE GROCER?ES.-Mr. F. L. O'Neill has
for sale at his thr.vlug establishment, So. ?38
King street, a large stock or Sugars, Tomatoes,
Ham5, Lard, ic-sold at low prices an.! Mitered
BAGOING AT AUCTION.-Attention is directed
co the advertisement of Elephant Bagging (slight?
ly damaged by water at the receut dre.) td be
sold at auction, in .savannah, by Messrs. Lamar
? King, on Wednesday next, ror the underwri?
No SALT, SALT CAKE, PLASTER, NITRE CAKE,
nor any adulterant of any kind used lu M apes'
superphosphate. Kinsman & Howell are the
agents., : _ ' j . s
BOYS' PRIZE HATS.-Each hat contains a
prize. Something new. At
JOHNSON'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
- mnr2-thstu3 No. 269 King street.
SPRING STTLE OF HATS just received, ol
every variety, at
JOHNSON'S TEMPLE OF FASHION, ?
mar2-"thstu3 No. 269 King streets
PARISIAN DRESSMAKING IS famous, the world
over, for its matchless nicety and caste ; and
those of our lady reade? who wish tc avail them?
selves of the services of a traine i and accomplish?
ed OTifst? In dress, may give their work to
Madame Luzier, with fud confidence In her skill,
promptitude and abillry to please. She also makes
flue French corsets to order. Uer establishment
ison King street, one door above Wentworth,
over the Dollar Store.
FEMALE DISEASES, general debility and
nervous prostration, finds a pleasant and eifoctlve
cure 10 the Old Carolina Bitters.
RBSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS !-A-r?duction
of twenty per cent, on Side and corner Brackets,
cook Racks, &c, ac our stores.
CHAS. C. RIGHTER & Co.,
Ha*el street Bazaar, and No. l?l Kiug street.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CUK.U'EI: THAN EVER :
In Velvet and Leather bludings, 70 ceuts; o.d
price 90 oeuts. lu Velvet ?ind Leather bindings,
85 cents; old price SI. lu Velvet and Leather
bindings, il; old price $i 25. lu Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; old price $150. .
HASEL sr. BAZAAR AND No. 161 KINO ST.
IF*TOU are ignorant ol thc merits of the
GreaC Southern Tonic do not remain so. Try 0.
O. B. _ _
PAPER DOLLS ! PAPER DOLLS !-Sold at 3, 6,
fl and 12 cents C3ch ; former prices, 5, 10, 13 and
No. 161 KINO ST., AND HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
SMALL CHROMOS ! "SMALL CHROMOS !-Chro?
mos In Walnut Frames at 75 cents each; formerly
sold at $i 50. No. 161 KINO STREET.
AT COST ! AT COST !-Large size Chromos.
HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
Do NOT hesitate, your life depends upon it.
Take the Old Carolina Bitters and be speedily
MARK YOUR CLOTHING 1-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. octl4-fs
"^T- AT TS ON & CLARK'S
vFORMERLY CROSDALE'S) .
TRADE [ w.C. j MARK.
The standard of this Fertilizer is guaranteed.
It Ls manufactured from the South Carolina Phos?
phate Rock. For sale by
feb21-tuths Sole Agent for South Carolina.
?g?WEN & MERCER'S
APRIL 18, 1870.
Moisture determined at 112 deg. Pabreuheit.. 2.80
Vlei tung Am moma. 2.14
insoluble Phosphoric Acid. 6.08
Equal to Bone Phosph. Dissolved.. .13.27
Insolable Phosphoric Acid. 13.!
Equivalent to Bone Phos, hate.30 02
Total Phosphoric Acid.19.83
Total Phosphate of Lime'.43.20
Lime, Sulphuric Acid and Alkaline
Salts, not separately estimated... 45.37
The foregoing analysis authorizes us to pro?
nounce "Bowen 4 Mercer's'! Phosphate a well
balanced and reliable manure. The amount of
Ammonia which lt contains in aid of that sup?
plied from natural sources, furnishes a sufficient
stimulus for promoting the growth and maintain?
ing the vigor or the plant, while its liberal 9upply
of Soluble.Phosphoric Acid in combination with
Lime, must give a satisfactory fruitage for the
first year. The Insoluble Phosphate of the same
base, by slow chemical change?, subsequently
going on lu the soil, wi I Increase its capability for
producing a better crop for the succeeding year.
, A. MEAN'S, inspector.
Savannah. Chatham Co., Ga.
For sale by
PAUL O. TREXHOLM,
Agent for South Carolina,
? feb:8-tuthslmp Union Wharves.
Of TITES CITY,
ARI! NOW MANUFACTURING THEIR
" SOLUBLE GUANO,
Whicn will be furntshei at'$50 cash, or $55 on 1st
November next with City accep ance, and their
"DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with
Cotton Seed, at $33 cash, or on 1st November
with 10 per cent addltioual. ..
' PCUE GROUND PHOSPHATE'' at $15 cash.
Contracts for the Fertilizers may be ma le m ex?
change for Cotton.
* ORDERS SENT WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT?
J. D. AIKEN, AGENT.
"EUREKA" IS THE BEST,
"EUREKA" 19 THE BEST.
HAVING BEEN. USED WITH SUCH SUB?
STANTIAL SUCCESS IN OEOR-ilA. WE
HAVE DETERMINED TO INTRODUCE
INTO USE IN THIS STATE
The following Analysis will show that lr. posasses
all the elements for the best cultivation of crops
raised In this section of country. We more par?
ticularly assert that lt is au unsupassed Cotton
Moisture-exposed at 212 degrees Fah.7.13
Soluble Phosporio Acid.5.7t
Equivalent to Bone Phosphate. ...12.57
Common Phosphoric Acid.9.23
Equal to Bone Phosphate.20.14
Sulphur, Iron, Alkalies, Salts, Ac.30.38
The following certlocate of David Dickson, the
well knowu cotton cultiva! or. (Newton County,
Ga.,) speaks volumes fur the success or the "EU?
OXFORD, NEWTON COUNTY, Qi.,]
November, is7o. j
GENTLEMEN- Yours of thc 1st. Instant is receiv?
ed, asking my opinion with rejrard tothe merit of
the "EUREKA FERTILIZER." I applied about
200 pouuds per acre, leaving a few rows without
any. The ' Eureka'' rows made three times as
much as those uot manured. 1 had my laud
broken Hue and deep, put the "Eureka" deep in
the .soil, running a sub-soil plough through the
fenilizer to mix lt. with the ?oil l?forebetiding
upod tt. My sa ody laud I hal c iLivated very
.shallow with sweeps set io ruu sim low, so as not
to break tue small roots of the cotton1. My still
laud I gave it a deep ploughing w?:en Hie tottou
was small, afterwards cultivated very shallow.
The ..Eurek,i''has p.ild me a piont at present
pilco of cotton beames Iniprovluu my l ind.
Our* ld lauds from loni; culture, have become
so exhausted of the Phosphate* necessary
make good crops that ?re cannot succeed well lu
raising cotton '.viihout the u-e of commercial fer?
tilizers. Tiie "Eureka'' has proved tu be the very
beat fertilizer I have ever used.
Yours truly. DAVID DICKSON.
We have n'uiindaut testimonials from other suc?
cessful planters, which are printed with our
Pamphlet Circulara, which we will be pleased to
send to auy one.
We have be eu careful to have our figures within
bounds, and we believe auy one who examines
them must he convinced that "EUREKA WILL
The following are our terras of sale: For casi?,
$50 per ton; for Warehousemen or Factors' ac?
ceptance, payable 1st November uexr, soo per ton;
for Plautera' Note, secured by Len on crops, pay?
able lat Noveraher next, $70 per too. For Low
Middling Cotiou, delivered at a railroad station
by lat November, 15 ceuts per pound will be al?
lowed, and ?60 per ton charged fur "EUREKA,"
For lower grades of Cotton the usual diff?rence
WU: te.expected In Eettlement. Time are ihenet
pnces lu Charleston, S. C., to which must be ad
ded rile usual charge ol drayage anti way freight
when required. Address
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
AOENTS, No. Ul EAST BAY,
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
PUT UP IN BAGS OF 150 POUNDS EACH.
PRICE PER TON' OF 20:0 POUNDS:
CASH, S57 50; APPROVED ACCEPTANCE;
PAYABLE 15TH NOVEMBER, 6G2 50.
FOR SALE B?"
COHEN. HANCKEL ?Sf- CO.,
No. 4 6 'EAST RAY".
y E R T I L I Z E R S.
; 0 tous No. 1 PFRUVIAN -Chincha) GUANO,
liOJ bbls. Lam? BhV?ier, ground from the best
Nova scoria Rock, and warranted pure.
100 tons Pure Djs?dved and Ground Bone.
iso tons wiiitrlbck's VegeUtor. Tue Vegetator
has been success!idly used, and bears a
very hlch reputation. It ls second to no
other Fertilizer, except Peruvian Guano,
ottered in ihls market.
100 tona "Ralston's" Dissolved Bone and Ammo?
100 bbls. Eastern Island Fish Guano, at ?35 per
ton of 2000 pounds.
For sale by T. J. KERR 4 CO.
pEBUVlA N GUA NO.
For sale a lot of A No. J ObiBCha Island GUANO,
In store and to arrive LOUIS McLAIN,
juni No. 31 Broad street
g?PE?lO? COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and ror sale by
Dr. H. BAEB,
oct? 131 Meeting street,
Unction Sales--future iOaps.
By WM. McKAY.
SALE-BY ORDER OF TRIAL JUSTICE
Jona G. Mackey.
Will be sold oa MONDAY, eta Instant, at ll
o'clock, at Moreland's Wliarf, foot or Kine street,
Sale positive. Conditions cash. _mar4
By H?TSOX LEE.
LOT IN ASHLEY" STREET.
Will be sold oa TUESDAY, March 7th, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofllce,
All that LOT OF LAND*on the west side of Ash*
ley street, being the north portion of the Lot of
the lare Dr. Wm. Hume, measuring 36 feet front,
by oo feet deep. *"
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one year.se
cured by bond of purchaser, bearing 7 per cent.
Interest, and a mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chaser to pay H. L. for papers and stamps.
By I. S. K. BENNETT. .
EXECUTORS OF THOMAS BENNETT
vs. Jane M. Bennett, et aL-A Spendld Resi?
dence.-Under Decree of the Court of Common
Will be offered for sale on WEDNESDAY, the
8th March ensuing, at public outcry, at the Old
Postofllce, corner of Broad and -East Bay streets,
In Charleston, at ll o'clock, * .
One of the most attractive RESIDENCES at the
South, built by the late Governor Bennett for his
own use, Immediately adjacent to the Ashley
River, and In full view thereof.
This very fine Dwelling ls three stories high,
with extensiva piazzas, au facing the south. Both
biseco em and attic are fitted for ' occupation.
The parlors are elegantly finished, both In the
second and third stories, and the number of up?
right rooms in the Residence are twelve, most of
the came being large and airy, with high ceilings,
besides dressing-rooms and attic. Gas piping
runs through the entire establishment. Ou the
premises are complete and extensive outbuild?
ings, with three large cisterns aud a conservatory.
The fruit and flower gardens are quite extensive,
and contain mauy choice plant;.
The Lot measures three-hundred aid forty-eight
(348) leer, by oue hundred and ninety-four (l?4)
feet, be the same more or less; ls a high aud dry
oue. having beeu always exempt from prevailing
fevers, and ls located in the northwestern portion
of the city (the fashionable portion,) on Lucas,
near Calhoun streets, hiving to the east an open
square running rroni Lucas to Gadsden streets.
This .s;>kmdid establishment otters-the largest
Inducements either to a Northern purchaser de?
siring au elegant residence at the South, In che
winter, or to a Southern purchaser who would de
Rite an open aad couveuient residence for the
Conditions of "sale-One-fifth cash; balance In
four equal annual instalments, with Interest from
dare, payable annually, a'. 7 per cent., secured' by
bond with mortgage of che property, wich policy
of insurance on the buildings assigned. Purcha?
ser to pay for ali necessary papers and stamps.
W. J. BENNETT, I Eleclltora
0. G. MEMMlNGER, f tsecutora
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
THE EXtCUTORS OF THOMAS BEN?
NETT vs. Jane M. Bennett ec al-Untar De?
cree of the Court of Common Pleas-In Eqmy.
On THURSDAY, che 9th of March, will De auld,
ot Public Outcry, near the Old Postofllce ac ll
Three LOTS of low water ?and, but suitable for
building, froutlug on Smith street, between Bull
autt Calhoun streets.
No. 83. Containing 36 feet front on Smith street,
bv 103 feet deeo. more or less.
No. 81. Containing ?l feet in front on Smith
street, by 257 feet deep, more or less.
No. 80. Contanlng 51 feet lu front on Smith
street, by 267 feet deep, more or less.
NINE LOTS OF LAND, fronting on Line, Ashe
and Shepherd streets, as follows:
No. 1. At the northeast corner of Line and Ashe
streets, measuring 45 feet on Line, by 146 feet on
No. 2. Next east ot the above on Line street,
measuring 45 fcec front, by 145 feet deep,
No. 3. Next east of No. 2 on Liue street, meas?
uring 45 feet front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 4. Next ease of No. 3 un Line street, meas?
uring 45 feet front, by 140 rea deep.
Nu. 5. On A?hu street, measuring 48 feet 4
inches in freut, by loo-feet deep.
No. 6. On Ashe street next north or No. 6,
measuring 43 feet 4 inches in front, by 100 feet
No. 7. Next north of No. 6, at the corner of
Ashe and Shepherd streets, measuring 48 feet 4
inches on Ashe street, by loo feet in dept a on
Snepherd street. -
No. 8. On Shephord street, m*asurlng40 feet
front, by 145 feet deep.
No. 9. Ou Shepherd street, east of the above,
measuring 40 feer front, by 145 feet deep. /
All of which can be fully seen by reference io a
plat at Mr. Bennett's office, No. 40 Broad street.
Conditions ur sale-One-third cash; balance in
two equal annual lustalmeuts, with Interest from
date payable ann nally, ac 7 per -cent., secured by
bond, with mortgage of the property. Purchasers
to pay for all nfoessary-pupers and stamps.
W. J. BENNETT, lrrpnitors
C. G. MEMMINGER.? LxecuCOr3'
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
THE EXECUTORS OF THOMAS BEN?
NE IT vs. Jane M. Bennett, ec al_Under de?
cree of itourt of Common Pleas.-In Equicy.
. Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 8th March,
at i he old P?stoitlce in Charleston, at ll o'clock,
The fo-lowing Real Estate, belonging to the
estate of thc late Thomas Bennett, as sec forth in
pints to be seen at the oillce of 1. S. K. Bennett.
1. All that portion or the CANNONSBOKOUOIi
TIDE MILL P. ND TRACT, situate east or Rut?
ledge awn ce, south or Calhoun srreec. This
portion may bc laid off tulots fronting on the
above name]- streets, winch are the principal
thoroughfares of the city. It also embraces the
mts through which the City 'Tidal Drains draw
water from the-pond, and should a-tract the
.attention of th s city authorities as purchasers.
2. All that portion or the MILL POND TRACT,
lying west ot Rutledge avenue, south of calhoun
street, and extending west to a Hue commencing
on Gadsden street, south of the Lot of Mr. Crouch,
a?il diverging around the square -established to
the ea?t o? the residence of the 1 '.te Governor Ben?
nett, thence ulong Lucas street to the centre of
Cumming'* Creek, thence along the centre of
said creek to the wharf head ac die east- end or
MiLl Cr.eek, thence alrong the bouudary linc of
the Tract buck co Rutledge avenue. Thia portion
Includes the three story Tide Mill, with the
Wharf adjacent, the upper Plobd Gate, the Brick
Stack, Cuun iug-lioiise, and sundry small Houses
on the high lund, near the Residence; and much
of it may be laid oifln lois on Ruc e'g.-avenue
aud C'dliouu street; aud the whole portion is also
worthy Hie attention or the eley auchorities as an
essential means or flooding their Tidal Drains.
3. All that portion of the said TRACT lying
west of Lucas street, ami extending ou the south
to the centre of Cumming'* Creek, tu the north
extending to thc centre or the creek or canal be?
tween this property and that lately belonging io
Jonathan Lucas, anil co the west extending to
the property of the West Point Mills Company
(between which and this property a 6treet has
been laid orr and dedicated as West Boy street.)
and to thc chaund of Ashley River, on which
titre is a trout ige of 600 feet. On this portion
there ls a lirge three-story Building, formerty
used as a steam ?-aw mill, and a wharf and cause?
way leading to the West Boluc Mills; also, a dam
or uauk to Hie north aud a rio .ligate ta the south
to admit the tide. The Lot Immediately opposite
the residence of Mr. Jennings, on.Calhoun stre t,
ls the boundary ou that side, and the whole Tract
ls more exactly described In a plat co be seen at
thc office of Mr. Bennett.
4. Two very fine LOTS on Lucas street, adjoin?
ing the open square, opposi'e the Mansion House,
and extending lu depth from Lucas to Gadsden
street, as seen on piar, and marked A and B: -
Lot A measuring 34 feet ll inches front on
Lucas streer, by 16ti feet Ia depth.
Lot B, nexc non li of Hie above, on Lucas street,
adjoluiug the residence lot of J. B. Bissel!, Esq.,
aud measu:iug34 fe-.-tli Inches in front, by 106
feet In depth on Gadsden street.
5. Two LOTS on Calhoun >tree:, opposite the
residence uf .Mr. L>. Jeuiiiug*, on oue or which ls
a beautiful grove ot oak-'rees, and each lot meas?
ures 00 leet front on Calhuuu street, by 181 feet
6. All that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at the
east end of. Havel street, on Cooper Hiver, a lew
Liecks above the Custom heue, and a short dis?
tance ?rom the New York Packet Wharf, measur?
ing about 121 feet in width, and running ?rom
Concord street G50 feer. or more to the channel of
Ccuper Hiver, including therein ample Dockage,
both on the Hort ii am! south aides, and on the
cnunutl of the river.
CoiKiittoa.s ur ??ale-One fifth, cash; balance In
four equal annual Instalments, with interest froin
date, payable annually, a'.,7 per cent., secured by
bond, with mortgage of the prouerty, with policy
or insurance on Ilia building's asslgued. Pur?
chasers to pay for all necessaiy papers and
stamps. W. J. BENNETT,
.U. 0. HEMMING ER,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. (iOPvMAN, PltOP?iETOK,
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thal the "CO
LUMB1A" is in every respect a fir. c-class Hoce),
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Unlteo
States. Situated tn the business centre of tht
city, wita Hue large airy rooms, and a cable sup
plied wich every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Pioprle
tor pledges that uo efforts will bt spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can bc
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure ol
every Train. . WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. apr!/ irfm
Statiion Saks-ifatnr* -Hag?.
By LAMAR & KING.
UNDERWRITERS'- S ALE-DAMAGED
Will be Bold, for account of Underwriters and
all concerned, on WEDNESDAY,. 8th 4n9tant, at
our Store, northeast corner of Bay and Barnard
8 tit 6 td 1
SlSyo?S "ELEPHANT," one of the best brand?
of American Bagging. In rolla of loo yards each, '
slightly damaged oy fresh water at recent Ure In
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
ON TUESDAY, 7TH INSTANT, AT ll
o'clock, will be sold at the Old Postofflce,
AU that LOT OP LAND situate on-the south side
or Laurens street, known as No. 19 In plat by
Colonel E. B. White, with the building thereon,
well known ai a smith and carpenter shop. Xot
measures about 44 by about 120 feet.
Conditions-One-tnlrd cash; balance In one and
two years, by bond, with Interest payable semi?
annually, secured by mortgage or property.
Building to be insured and policy assigned. Par
chaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
SALE BY ORDER OF THE EXE0?
win-be sold on THURSDAY, March 9*th, In front
or the .Old Postofflce, Broad street, Charleston.
S. C., at ll o'clock, !7
That HOUSE AND LOT at the southwest corner
of Queen and Franklin streets, measuring and
Containing one hundred and thlrty-jihree (188)
feet on Queen Btreet, by forty-eight (*8) feet on
Franklin street, more or less.
Tit at desirably located LOT on the north side ot
Queen street, opposite the Mills House, contain?
ing in front on Queen street twenty-live (25) feet,
by one hundred and fifty (150) feet deep, be the
same more or Uss; bounded on the east by Landa
now or late of John H. Shearman, west by Lands
now or late of Andrew Keppenberg, south by
Quern street, and north by Lands now or late of
J. 8. (.Tapps.
Terms-One-half (ii) cash; balance payable in
one year, secured by bond or bonds of the par.
chaser, with mortgage of the premises, with in?
terest nt the ra te or sevee. per cent, per annum;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Par*
chaser to pay us ror all necessary papers and
Auctioneers' Private Sales, &z.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Heal Estate Broker, No. 96 Broad Strut
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS Of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations In all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
Farms. * octl^flmo
Premium Cana Sale.
$95^000 _ $95^00
LAST CHANCE TO SEE WHAT $5 WILL DO.
$5 Will secure a Share in the Aiken Premium 45
$5 Land Sale.Invest
$5 Will secure a share as above and a fae
g5 Work of Art to adorn your homes.
S& Will secure ajibare and the Steel Engrav
$5 lng, "Marriage of Pocahontas,"...worth
$& will seen re a ?bare and the Steel Engrav?
es- lng, "Land I nc of Columbus,".worth
$5 wm secure a share an l the Steel Engrav
$6 lng, "The Day we Celebrate,'?.worth
fi Wul secare a share and the beautiful
SS Chromo, "American Autumn??....worth
$5 Win secure to some shareholder the J>er- $5
$5 hy Mansion and 25 acres of Vineyard and $6
S5 Orchard, valued at $25,000................ $5
$5 Will secure to some shareholder "Rose- fa
$5 ville Farm." iso acres.-.. ?6
$5 valued at $10,000.Invest $5
$6 Will secure to some shareholder "Oin- $5
$5 house Farm," 165 acres... $5
$5 . valued at $6000.invest $5
$5 wu: secure to some shareholder who In- $5
$5 vests, a Peach Orchard, valued at $8500 $6
$5 Will secure to some shareholder a Vine- $5
$5 yard and Peach Orchard..>.:. $5
$5 valued at $3000..%.invest $6
$5 Will secure to some shareholder a fine- $6
$5 Villa Site, with Cottage, Garden, Ac, $5
SS valued at $2500.invest $6
$5 Will secure to 83 other shareholders val- $6
$5 uable properties, ranging m vaine from $5
$5 $300 to $150(7..invest $5
$5 These Real Estate Prizes. $5
$5 valued at $95,ooo, are located In the beau- $5
S5 tiful -Town or Aiken, Sooth Carolina... $5
$5 Its unequalled climate and health-giving $6
$5 surroundings, has made lt the $6
$5 "SAHATOGA OF THE SOUTH." $5
$5 The Shares will be distributed April 21at, $5
$5 when each Shareholder will see $6
$5 "WHAT FIVE DOLLABS WILL DO." $6
"There ls a tide In the affairs of men, which,
Taken at the flood, leads on to fortune."
The most liberal terms to Clubs.
For desarlptlon of the valuable Real Estate,
Prizes, notices of the press, names of Committee
to make the Drawing, home endorsements, and
general character or the enterprise and manage?
ment, send for pamphlet. Remittances for abares
should be made with Postofflce Money Order, or
currency In registered letter, or by Express. Ad?
dress J. c. DERBY, General Manager,
Om e corner of Jackson and Reynolds streets.
?3- Residents of Charleston aud vicinity can
secure Shares by applvingte-J. RUSSELL BAKER,
50 Society sh; at C. HICKEY'S, No. 345 King street;
WILBUR & SONS', No. 69 Broad street, and JU?
LIUS ROUMILLAT'S, No. 601 hing street, where
specimens of the Works of Art, which each share?
holder receives, can be seen. mar2-42
Boots, Slices, #t._
COOTS AND SHOES.
GET THE BEST I
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Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, lu any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship. .
Constantly on hand, a large assortment ol cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, or au sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
decl3-tuths3mos_No. 41 Broad street.
Q.ET A PAIR OF
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES;
COMFORT, ELASTICITY, DURABILITY AND
THEY EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
or 140,000 pairs sold last year by two leading
Boston manufacturers, and warranted against
NOT ONE WAS RETURNED.
Patent Stamp on every one. Sold by all Lead?
ing Dealers. feb2S-lmo
.Brags, Chemicals, #t.
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GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs,
Colds, Bleeding of the Lungs, Croup, Whooping
Cough and Consumption, when taken in time.
Has never failed.
OVERTWENTY THOUSAND LIVING WITNESSES
to bear testimony to the great superiority of
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SIRUP over au other
lung remedies introduced.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup is warranted not to
contain opium or other nauseous drugs in any of
their forms. .
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure I
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls protected by
letters patent, both on trad* mark label and com?
pound. It is pleasant to the taste and harmless
to the most delicate infant.
For sale by Druggists. Price $1 per bottle. -
PEMdERTON, TAYLOR & CO., .
Proprietors and demists, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWELL GA., April 23,1870.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor <? Co:
DEAR Sias-I received the bottle ol Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and besan the
use of It immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable night than she has for three
months, and now, at 10 o'clock A. M.. says she
feels like another woman. I Intend to continua
the use of the Globe Flower Syrup, believing lt
will make a cure. Never have I witnessed such
great benefit from a remedy, in BO short a time, in.
ray life. I shall in the future ose your Globe
Flower Syrup In all cases of colds, coughs, ana
all affections or the lungs that may present taem
dec7-tntlis3mos_Charleston, S. C.
AFULL ASSORTMENT just received by
DB. H. QjAER,
.nly8 No m Meettng street.