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Meetings This Day.
.fr Delta Lodge of Perfection, at 7 P. M.
Knights of Pythias, at 7 P M.
Hook and Ladder, No. 1, at half-past 7
Friendship Lodge, K. of P., at - P. M\
Comet Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Promptitude Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Hibernian Society, at 7 P. M.
Gentiemen's Auxiliary Association of Con?
federate Widows' Home, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, ??t his
store, furniture, trained goat, Ac.
Alonzo J. White & Son will se!', at ll o'clock,
at the east end o? Broad street, Atlantic Phos?
phate Company stock.
CATHEDRAL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL-The exer?
cises of this school, as advertised, will be re?
sumed on Thursday.
STEALING CLOTHES.-Any Jenkin?, a colored
womaD,"was arrested by the detectives yester* j
day morning on the charge of stealing a lot of |
clothing from her friend, Tenah Richardson.
The case was brought before the Mayor, who
referred the matter to a trial justice.
THE GALA WEEK.-The South Carolina
Railroad Company give notice that they will
issue excursion return tickets at a single fare,
from the SLh lo the 13th inst. These tickets
will be made good to return until -the 15th
$THB WCEK OF PRAYER.-The mi?iBtere of j
the several denominations, who feel free to f
co-operate as usual in the Week of Prayer,
(January 7-15,) are Invited to meet for ar?
rangements to-day, (Tuesday,) at twelve
o'clock, at the Rooms o? the Young Men's
MR. O'CONNOR'S LECTURE.-The lecture on
BiBhop England, by the Hon. M. P. O'Connor,
under the auspices of the Catholic Institute,
will be delivered at the Hibernian Hall, on
Thursday next. The subject is a highly inter?
esting one, and the eloquent lecturer has
treated lt in his happiest vein.
FREE FIGHT.-Henry Gaillard, Abram Wig
lall, John Brown and Aaron Manlgault, four
colored youths, were arrested by the police
while indulging in some promiscuous fighting
on Sunday at the corner of King and Morris
streets. They were brought -before the Mayor
yesterday morning, and fined one dollar |
BRANCH TELEGRAPH OFFICE.-The Southern
and Atlantic Telegraph Company have opened
a new branch office in the reading-room of the
Miils House for the accommodation of the
guests of that hotel, and business men when
In that vicinity. The office is worked on
through wires, and affords facilities which
cannot fall to be doly appreciated.
THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW
YORE.-We have received from the Home In?
surance Company of New York, through the
Charleston agent. Major Hut-on Lee, a beauti?
fully printed calendar for 1872. It consists of
a series of twelve cards, each having a col?
ored design emblematical of the month for
which lt ls Intended. The cash capital of the
company is $2,500,000, and the cash assets are
CLUBS AND STARS.-John Neagie, for being
drunk and using obscene language at St.
Mark's Church, was fined one dollar.
Thomas Hudson, lodged for raising a dis?
turbance in a house in Elliott street, was sen?
tenced to pay afine of one dollar or spend five
days in the House of Correction.
Two cows and a goat, found at large on Mar?
ket street, were delivered to the owner upon
payment of a fine of one dollar each.
A NEW COMPANY.-Captain Joseph Green
appeared yesterday afternoon on the street at
the head of a small but select body of men,
who have lately formed a rifle ciao. The uni?
form i9 as follows: Dark gray coat ani pan's
trimmed with green fringe, and a tall cocked
'ur hat with tassel, and bushy, similar to that
worn of yore by the old Charleston Riflemen.
The company were escorted by a bani of j
music, and made a handsome show as they
paraded by themselves.
WATCH RECOVERED.-OD, Sunday night a
colored youth, named Manlgault, was arrested
for fighting in the street, and not having any
money, deposited a gold watch as security for
his appearance before the Mayor. The watch
M&3 a handsome doublers ed one, and the
detectives, having examined if, found it to be
one that was stolen from a gentleman a few
weeks back. Manlgault was fined by the
Mayor, and when about to depart, after pay?
ing up, was arrested by the detective officer
on the charge of stealing the wat cb. He is
held for examination.
GOING-GOING-BOT NOT YET GONE ?-Yes?
terday, we understand, was the liveliest day
yet experienced in the operations of the South
Carolina Land and Immigration Association.
Five dollar greenbacks were pouring in and a
corresponding number of tickets in the grand
Boheme were going efl* in a continuous stream,
and the demand for tickets, both in the city
and by mall, promises to keep up in a con?
stantly iSfceasin^ ratio during the week that
Intervenes between now and the frateful 8th.
The big wheel has been shipped from New
York, and is expected to arrived in the next
THE ALARM OF FIRE yesterday morning,
about a quarter-past two o'clock, was caused
by the burning of a small room on the prem?
ises of Mr. McComb, on Wall street, three
doors from Calhoun. The bells were rung
promptly, and the engines hurrying to the
spot soon extinguished the flames. The fire
originated In a closet among the cooking
utensils, but the cause has not been discover
?J. The floor and walls of the closet were
considerably burned, but otherwise no dam-1
age was done. The loss is trifling, A thorough
investigation, whieh took place yesterday,
shows that the fire was undoubtedly the work
of an Incendiary.
RUNAWAYS.-Yesterday morning a spirited
horse, which was harnessed to a light buggy
and standing in front of a store near the cor?
ner of Broad and King streets, took fright and
ran off wp Broad street towards the Postoffice.
The animal fortunately slackened his epeed as
he came near East Bay, and turning easily
around ran on up the streft The buggy
strook the sidewalk at the corner ofJaneen
street, and the horse was here secured. The
buggy was^conslderably damaged, one of the
shafts and springs having been broken. ?
Alarmed by this escapade and the confusion
Incident to stopping the animal, a.pair of hor
. Bes hitched to a large#red wagon, standing in
front of Messrs. Wagener & Monsees's store,
ran off and smoked up the Bay, scattering the
drays in every direction. They did not keep
lt up long, however, and were secured and
stopped, opposite Cumberland street, no dam?
age having been done to the animals or vehi?
The horse and buggy before mentioned be
longed to Mr. Pickett, of the Charleston Hotel
See First Page for Other Local?.
A Big Turnout of the Colored Popula
t lon-T he Music and the Military-In
( idents of the Day.
Toe ninth anniversary of negro emancipa
tion was celebrated in Charleston yesterday,
with all the honors w?iich a general turning
out of the colored population could confer
upon it. The morning was warm, damp and
enervating, and the weather seemed much
more appropriate to a Fourth of July parade,
than a celebration on the first day of January.
At an early hour the colored people, old
and young, began to stir, and those who could
not get lo the starling point took up advanta?
geous positions along the streets through
which the procession was to pass. These
were, from time to tim?, thrown into a flutter
of excitement as some gorgeous militiaman,
In all the pomp and circumstance of Fourth o?
July toggery, stepped by with pompous stride
on his way to the
rOIN'T OF RENDEZVOUS.
This was in Meeting street, the head of the
column resting on Columbus street, and the
rest falling in by order in the rear. As usual,
the starting was not effected without long de?
lay, which was in some degree relieved from
monotony by the cavorting marshals, who
pranced up and down the line on their fiery
steeds, their sashes of blue paper cambric
draped gracefully from their right shoulders
to the left hip. At length the various militia
companies had arrived and taken up their
position. The societies and their banners were
in place, and at the command the procession,
THE LINE OF MARCH.
The column passed up Meeting to Line,
through Line to King, down King to Hasel,
through Hasel to Meeting, down Meeting to
Broad, and thence along East Bay and East
Battery to the White Point Garden. As they
moved off the several bands struck up their
most inspiring tunes, and made the streets
through which they passed resound with
martial music Of course the little urchins
were in the crowd, and as usual at the head
ol the procession. They accompanied it on
the march, and never failed to show their ap?
preciation of a favorite company or their ad?
miration lor a lace-bedizened officer. Con?
spicuous among these was the military figure
MAJOR SAMUEL DICKERSON.
The Major was got up regardlesss of ex?
pense, and seemed conscious that he was
the cynosure of all eyes. His handsome
blue uniform was profusely illustrated
wllhgold lace, and from bis manly side a
gorgeous crimson scarf flowed like a gushlDg
tide of blood. A blazing pair of epaulettes
and the military shako, with a Bable plume,
completed the Major's personal outfit. He
bestrode a fiery bay, and the animal showed
by his action that he was bearing "Major
Dickerson and his fortunes." His eyes flashed
fire, through a network of trappings which
adorned the numerous bridles, and his heav?
ing flanks barely emerged from a resplendent
saddle-cloth, edged with rows of gold and lace,
and worthy of a militia major-general. The
Major had been reinstated in his rank some
time ago, and said he only wanted to parade
once more to show the people what a militia
major ehould look like. He kept his word,
and as he rushed along the line of the regi?
ment, no wonder that he was applauded on
THE PROCES ION
in all numbered about one thousand men.
who made a fine show as they moved past the
City Hall. It was headed by chief marshal
Jas. C. Walker, with whom rode Col. W. If.
Taft, with quartermaster-general E. W. M.
Mackey of his staff, both splendidly arrayed.
They were followed "by the "Grant cavalry,"
Captain Clausen, about twenty-five men,
mounted and in all the glory of drawn sabres,
yellow trimmings and top-boots.
Mitchell's band came next at the bead of the
first reg'ment N. G. S. C., with Major Dicker?
son. The ten companies were ali represented,
and averaged about forty rank and file. They
appeared to be well drilled; but conspicuous
among them were the Carolina Light Infantry,
Captain Mic ott, and .the Randolph. Riflemen.
Captain Arisen. The " Jim Island Possum
Hunters" brought up the rear, and showed a
marked improvement since their last appear
ance in public.
Next came an 'open carriage bearing the
orator o? the day, Major M. B. Delany, Lieu?
tenant-Governor A. J. Einsler, W. H. Birnie,
and Bev. E. J. Adam?.
The Union League followed with open Bible,
and, In strange juxtaposition, Thos. Jefferson
Mackey. These were followed by the Long?
shoremen's Protective Union, with their ban?
ners, an able and Intelligent* looking body of
men, about seventy-five in number.
The Draymen's Benevolent Association*and
the Mechanics' Association, with white and
blue banners inscribed with the names of their
organizations, closed the procession. Upon
ARRIVING AT THE 3ATTTERY,
the societies dispersed about the green, and
the regiment took up a position on the shell
walk, on the South Battery, the right resting
on the west end. The crowd now began to
arrive, and swarms ot small boys and females
flowed down the principal streets. The street
cars were Jammed with passengers, and the
Battery was soon crowded. The regiment
began to prepare for firing, but was incommo?
ded by the crowd. An order was given, and
suddenly the Une was
across the green upon the unsuspecting spec?
tators who were looking on close behind. The
stampede and yelling which lollowei were tre?
mendous, but the military were recalled just
as the bayonets were about to be fleshed and
a number of deaths seemed inevitable. The
diversion seemed most acceptable to the small
darkies, who enjoyed the fun and tried every
Inducement and taunt to persuade the militia?
men to repeat the operation. The line being
again formed, the companies loaded up their
guns and began
FIRING BT BATTALIONS
out Into the river. The fusllade was kept up
until the smoke covered the green In a mo3t
business-like manner, and the cartridges were
exhausted. Satisfied with the smell of I
powder, the military stacked their arms and
gathered around the
This was draped with flags and banners,
and upon it were seated the speakers and a
number ol' prominent Radicals. The pro?
ceedings Were opened with a Drajerhj the
Rev. E. J. Adams, * after which Captain Alex.
Williams, of the Lincoln Bepublican Guards,
sang "God save our Native Lond" with a
chorus by the. assembled crowd. Major De?
lany then delivered the oration of the day, a
lengthy and instructive address, which had
been carefully prepared by the speaker. A
cell ec tion was then taken up among the
crowd for defraying the expenses o? the
day, after which Thomas Jefferson Mackey
and ex-Mayor Pillsbury jnade a few remarks
to the assembly. At the conclusion ol tb ese-j
speeches, and a little before, the audience
showed signs of bel cy impatient, and soon be?
gan to break up. Having adjourned in due
form, the crowd-dispersed in every direction,
and the militia companies and the.civic socie?
ties, considerably reduced in numbers, took
up the line of march for the point of di6mis
Bal. Tne column morea np Meeting, through
Broad to King, np King to Calhoun, and
thence to Meeting street, where the proces?
sion was broken and all dispersed.
The celebration was quite extensive, and
was conducted with an order and decorum
which deserve great praise. Among the crowd
on the Battery not a disturbance occurred,
and not a single case of drunkenness was visi?
ble. The police had little to do, and the whole
affair was regulated and carried out in a de?
cent and quiet manner.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS will be opened this
morning, alter a long interval, under the new
plan proposed by the teachers. It ls hoped
that this will meet with success until the tax
imposed at the last meeting of the commis?
sioners ie levied, so aa to enable the board to
carry out their own projects.
THE EVER-POPULAR WATKINSES drew a
good house at the Academy of Music last eve?
ning, and the new drama of Norah O'Neil waB
presented with that careful attention to de?
tail which usually marks the dramatic efforts
ot this company. The mingled drollery and
pathos which Mr. and Mrs. Watkins always In?
fuse into their plays, kept the interest ol the
audience unabated to the close. The enter?
tainment, as a whole, was quite an attractive
one, though the piano Is but a poor substitute
for even the mo3t slenderly constituted or?
chestra. The bill for to-night is " Katy Dar?
ling." with songs, dances, the tnmbleronicon,
and a Anal farce.
NEW YEAR'S DAT.-This holiday was only
moderately observed by the business com?
munity In the morning, but In the .afternoon
nearly all the stores in the city were closed.
There were services in the Episcopal and
Roman Catholic Churches. At St. Mary's
Church tbe Rt. Rev. Bishop Lynch preached.
He showed that every being was created for a
purpose, and that every labor and trial which
the Almighty imposed may be made to earn
Its own reward. Illustrating the sweet uses
of poverty by the Hie of our Saviour, Bishop
Lynch pointed ont the necessity of turning to
good account the time given to man in this
world, and, In conclusion, urged his hearers so
to purify their hearts that the new year's day
might be for them the beginning of the new
life of piety and truth.
BU81XE88 y O TI CE 8.
HAPPY NEW YEAR.-Make your bookkeepers
happy, not only now, but throughout the en?
tire year, by purchasing first-class Blank
Books, which are made and sold, as the best
and cheapest, by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S. C. jan2-l
JUST RECEIVED, fresh Cedar Keys and EdlBto
Oysters, at Henry's Retreat, No. 107 East Bay.
IF YOU want a Sewing Machine that will
give jon entire satisfaction buy a "Singer."
SAVANNAH ls said to be more prosperous
than Charleston. We do not believe lt. How?
ever, we do know that the cheapest Blank
Books, on hand and to order, in either
city, are made by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S. C. jan2-l
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PERIODICALS.-Sub-1
Ecriptions received, for all Foreign as well as
American Periodicals at Fogartle's Book De?
pository, No. 260 King street, (in the bend.)
ORDERS for Coloring Photographs will be
received at Fogartle's Book Depository, No.
260 King street, (In the bend.)
ENGLISH SADDLES.-For sale, 24 fine Eng?
lish Saddles and 100 McClellan Saddles. Will
be HOM loir to close consignment. John Com?
mins, No. 308 King Btreet, above Wentworth.
SCHOOL BOOKS. -A full supply of School
Books, at the lowest prices, can be had at
Fogartle's Book Depository, No. 260 King
street, (In the bend.) dec30-stulb3
LADIES will find o full assortment of Harris's
"Seamless" Kid Gloves at J. B. Read's, No.
263 King street. _decl2-tuths
CHEAP FRENCH KID GLOVES.-For one but
ton, dark and light, $1; for two buttons, plain,
fl 25; for two buttons, embroidered, $1 50. At
Read's, No. 263 King street. decl2-tuths
A FRESH LOT ol the Home Shuttle Sewing
Machines have just been received at the agen,
cy, No. 61 Hasel Btreet. Some extra finished
for New Year presents. Call and see the best
and cheapest, machine in the market. It
makes the lock r.itch alike on both sides.
Price $25 and $37. janl-2
FuRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King J
street, invite the .attention ofthe ladles to
i heir elegant stock of Tarletans, In all colors,
which will be offered at greatly reduced prices.
Chellly's celebrated warranted Gloves only $2.
GREATEST BARGAINS ever offered at Furch
gott, Benedict & Co.'s, No. 244 King street:
Three cases of 4-? Black Lustre Alpaca for
only 25 cents; .Fine Balmoral Skirts 75 cents.
COMB AND SEE MY BLANK BOOKS, Euch as
Ledgers, Cash Books, Day Books, ?fcc, before
purchasing elsewhere. I have on hand Blank
Books made by the best workmen in this city,
both as to quality, style, finish and general
make np, and Invita Inspection and challenge
comp?tition. EDWARD PERRY'S Up-Town
Printing House and Blank Book Manufactory,
No. 149 Meeting ntreet opposite Charleston
Hotel. _ Janl-G
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
(Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
nppftTq J LondoD, 53 Regent street.
i/EPOTS j New yorki jg]) Broadway.
I Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole^gents
for Charleston. nov3-6mos
GAMES AND PICTURE BOOKS, at popular
prices, at Hasel street Bazaar. decl4
NOTICB?TO TOURISTS.-StereoscopIc^viewB of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
FOR BOYS' AND YOUTHS' OVERCOATS, go to
Matthle&Ben's, corner of King and Wentworth
' THE DAY OF FORTUNE approaches. . The
Academy of Music, with 'the other grand
prizes of the Scheme, will.be drawn for Jan?
uary 8th. Get y pur tickets In time, from Eben
Coffin, sub-agent, at No. 29 Broad street.
To BUSTNESS MEN.-8ave your money by
purchasing - your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. _ decl4
P. P. To ALE's MANUFACTORY AND WARE
ROOMS of builders' material of all descriptions
are tine mon extensive and complete In the
Southern States, and stranger Interested in
such matters should not fail to pay them a
visit. The factory ls situated on Horlbeck'B
wharf, near ihe Northeastern Railroad depot,
and the warerooms ' are located at No. 20
Hayne street and No. 33 Pinckney street,
within half a minute's walk of the Charleston
Canil ari? immigration Association.
^ ... . :
DON T LIT TI MIS f PITIT? Si
POSITIVE DRAWING JAN. 8, 1872.
Tl SOUTH ( lROLl.Yi Ul Al IMMIGRATION
WILL TAKE PLACE
(KV THE DAT APPOINTED.
SEC?KE YOUE TICKETS AT ONCE !
ALL ORDERS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
24,05 GIFTS, AMOT^TTNO TO.8500,000.
THE CHANCES ABE UNUSUALLY GOOD-ONE TICKET IN EYEBY SIXTY-TWO 18 SUBE
TO DBAW A PRIZE.
Orders for Tickets received np xo the 5th of January, after which time no more Tiotets will be
SINGLE TICKETS $5 EACH.
IVO T?0 S TIPO IVE M E IV T !
COMMISSIONERS AND SUPERVISORB OF DRAWINC :
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia. General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina. Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, Of New Torie.
Great Inducements and redaction In Price of Tickets to Clnbs.
Remittances can be made to ns, and the tlcfcets will be sent by return mall by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY ft CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., OR OUR ARGENTS.
GENERAL M. 0. BUTLER. JOHN CHADWICK, GENERAL W. M. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of E. SE3RING & GO. and J. L.
MOSES, General Agents, No. 84 Brood street.
doiran?, ano inrmsrjmg ?oobi
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK
BOYS' & MEN'S MM,
CORN?R IKING AND WENTWORTH S TS.
ELEGANT IN STYLE
MODERATE IN PRICES.
ORDERED WORK DEPARTMENT
ENGLISH & FRENCH GOODS.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY-MADE SUITS for au ages, from the
smallest boy to the largest man.
Dress and Bnslness Su Ita of all descriptions.
Elegant Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Derby and
Plain Sack Snits, Fine English Walking Coats and
Salts of all calore, Single and Doable Breasted
Black Frock Coats, Black Doeskin and Fancy Cas?
hmere Dress Pants, Velvets, silks, Cloth, Castor
Beaver and Cassimere Vests, manufactured
under our own observation. We are therefore
sore of a good fit and durable work.
Is sasplied with the finest selection or BROAD?
CLOTHS, Doeskins, Castor Beavers, Chinchilla
Diagonals, Meltons, and all styles of Caselmeres
for Buslnes Snits. Velvets, S?ss, Plash and Cash?
mere Vestings. And a variety of handsome Pan?
taloon Patterns, wnlch we make np to order by
measure at the snores: notice, and guarantee
first class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Imported and Domestic Merino
Shaker Flannel, All-Wool Underwear Goods, Half
Bose, suspenders. Handkerchiefs, Linen and
Paper Cuffs and Collars, Imperial, Alexander and
Courvoisier's Kid Gloves. And a fail assortment
or Buckskin, Dogskln.'.Beaver and Casa Gloves.
And a very large assortment of Silk, Alpaca and
Scotch Gingham Water-Proor  Umbrellas.
Our Stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and prices marked very low io plain figures.
Our motto is qnlck sales and small profits, fair
dealings. Goods may be returned if not satisfac?
tory. Buyers In our line will find lt to their ad
vantage to give QB a eau. octi9-3moa
(Toilet and fanrn ?>oo?3.
HAIR OILS, &C.
JEAN MARIE FARINA'S,
Corner King and Vander
Stjirtf ano ?nrm? ?jmg ?oo?i..
. STOCK OP
IN THE SOUTH.
ALL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS?
WITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market,
Ruction Sale0~~?t)i0 Maj}.
By W. Y. LEITCH & Ri S. BRUNS,
QLOSING AUCTION SALE
DIAMONDS, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
GOLD CHAINS, OPERA AND FIELD
GLASSES, HALL & ELTON'S
PLATED WARE, FINE TA?
BLE AND POCKET CUT?
LERY, &C., &C
THIS DAT, at ll o'clock A. M., and at 6 o'clock
In the evening.
W. T. LEITCH ? R. 8. BRUNS,
Jan21_Auctioneers. No. 86 Broad afreet.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
THIS DAT, 2d of January, at ll o'clock, WAI
be eold, at east end of Broad street.
Thirty (80) SHARES ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE
Conditions cash. _ jana
By WM. McKAY,
EEGULAR FURNITURE SALES, TUES?
DAYS AND FRIDAYS^
will be sold THIS DAY, at No. flo Meeting
Btreet, at io o'clock, .
A general avortaient of New and Second-hard
FURNITURE. House-Furnishing Goods, Crockery,
Glassware. Ac Jan2-toflme
By A. H. ABRAHAMS.
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF" AD?
THIS DAY, 2d January, will be 'sold, at 10
o'clock, io my store, No. isa Meet mg street,
CLOTHING, Watch, Pipes, Counters, Fixtures,
? c._?_ jan2
By WM. McKAY.
rjRAINED GOAT AND BUGGY.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, at No. 140 Meeting
street, will be ?old,
One GOAT, m good order; has been trained to
draw In harneBs. Also, the Harness and Buggy.
Statiion Salee-^fntnr* fiJapt.
No. 140 Meeting street, Opposite Pavil?
EEGULAR DRY GOODS SALES, MON?
DAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
WlU sell TO-MORROW (Wednesday.) at 10 o'clock,
600 lots of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hos?
iery, Cutlery, Notions, ftc, In lots suited to the
city and country trade. Goods open for Inspec?
tion previous to sa", e.
Terms cash. janl-Bmtnwlmo
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Auctioneers and Broken. .
VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON
PLANTATION. AT REFEREE'S SALE.
JAMES T. WELS MAN, Trustee of HENRY C.
INWOOD and ELIZABETH, his wife, vs. EMMA
JULIA EDWARDS et aL
In pursuance of the judgment of the Court ot
Common Pleas In the above cause, made by his
Honor the Honorable R. F. Graham, I will offer for
sale at the Courthouse, in the etty of Charleston,
on TUESDAY, the leth day of January, 1872, at ll
o'clock In the forenoon,
AU that valuable PLANTATION cilied SPRING
ISLAND, in Beaufort county, south Carolina,
situate at the junction of the Chechessee and Col
leton Rivers, directly opposite Foot Point, the
proposed terminus of the Deep Water and Western
Railroad, containing about three thousand acres
high land, about two thousand acres of which are
cleared and very fertile for Sea Island or Short
Cottons and Provisions. It ls abundantly supplied
with springs of good water, and afforda a fine
pasturage for all kinds of stock; together with
several email islands adjacent thereto, and form-,
lng part of, and being appurtenant thereto, and
containing - acree.
On the Plantation la a large Dwelllng-House
and ample outbuildings. There are eeverai set?
tlements which render this property easy to be
divided into different plantations. Being an Is?
land it requires no fencing.
lt commands a fine view of the Harbor of Port
"Royal; ls ten (10) mles distant from the en?
trance; considered beal hy to live at all the year,
and well known as one or the best Sea Is.and
Cotton Plantations on the coast.
A TRACT OF PINE LAND,on the maln.belonglng
to the Estate of the late George Edwards, con?
taining - acres.
Term?-One-third cash; the ba'ance by bond or
bonds or the purchaser, payable in tnree equal
successive annual instalments, with interest .'rom
date at the rate of seven per centum per anunm,
payable annua'ly, with mortgage of the property
to secure the said bond or bonds. Purchaser to
pay Referee for papers and stamps.
for further particulars, and any desired infor?
mation, application must be made to Messrs.
SIMONS i SIMONS, and to Messrs. MEMMINGER,
PINCKNEY A JKRVtY, and V. J. TOBIAS. Solici?
tors In the canse. ASHER D. COHEN, Referee.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
REFEREE'S SALE. ?
Executors of JOHN H. TUCKER, dec* ?ea,
against the Dev.sers and Legatees of i. H.
By vit toa of a decree made in this CAB?, by
the Honorable R. F. Graham, Judge of the First
Circuit, I will offer for Bale at public Auction, on
THURSDAY, the llth day of January, A. D. 1872,
aili o'clock, in the forenoon, at the old Post
office, at the foot of Broad B<reet, in Charleston,
The following BEAL ESTATE, tituate m George?
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John H. Tucker, to wit:
The PLANTAT ON known as Will Brook; also,
the Plantation known aa Litchfield; also, the
Lands on Mandy Island; also, the Plantation
known aa Glenru.-re; also: the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; also the Plantation known as
A more accurate description of these Planta?
tions will be given in a future advertisement.
Terms-One third cash; remainder in one, two
and three years, to be secured ty bond or bonds
of the purchasers, bearing interest at the rate cf
seven per cent, per annum, payable annually
from the dij of sale, and a montage of the prop?
erty purchased. Purchaser to ]>ex Referee for
papers and atamps.
SAMUEL LOU., JR., Reft ree.
JS9? Georgetown paper please insert once
a ? ?ek for three weeks. decl4-tbstnl8.
Notices in Itankrnptcrj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter of JAMES s.
G. MAYRANT.-In Bankruptcy.-A Warrant In
Bankruptcy has been Issued by said Court against
the Estate of JAMES S. G. MAYRANT, or the
County or Richland, or the State of South Caro?
lina , in said District, adjudged a Bankrupt on the
petition otjiis creditors; and the payment of any
debts ae? the delivery of any property belonging
to Bild Bankrupt to him or to his nae. and the
transfer of any property by him ure forbidden by
law. A meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt,
to prove their debts and choose one or more As?
sign ees of his Estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at Columbia, In said
District, on the THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, A. D.
1872, at ll o'clock A. M., at the office or 0. G.
JAEGER, one of the Registrars in Bankruptcy of
eau Court. L. ?. JOHNSON,
decl2,Jan2 _Marshal, Messenger.
Cigars, Sobarco, #r.
Selling off, on account of closing business,
CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCO, Ac.
The largest and best selected stock in the city at
cost, by L. LOREN ZT,
Corner Wentworth an? King Btreets.
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?3H ONY STVSanOHAi NOISHTHYHO
04 OHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Slate, Tile, Shingles,
Laths, Hair, Gravel,
Chimney Tops, sewer Pipes, Encaustic Tile,
Marbleized Slate Mantels
A beautiful substitute for marble, at reduced
oct81 E. M. GR1MKE, P. 0. BOX 874.
Stamou Sait s-.ti?itrt ?CTJ?.
By W. TP xrarc? &IL S. BBUNS^ ; ^
. Auctioneers. "
QAA BALES HAY,'SUPPOSED TOBE -
OUU ' SLIGHT FL DAMAGED.
Win besold on WEDNESDAY, it ll o'clock, at
Southern Wharf, ia lots to salt purchasers, .
SOO biles North River KAY, s opposed to be
T?rros caati. . " , " m Jana,
By J. A. E>'SLOiY & CO.
DECKED PHOSPHATE LIGHTERS.
SATURDAY next, 6th Instant, wm be sold
at North Atlantic wnarr, at ll o'clock, S -..;?
Two Decked Phosphate LIGHTERS, Capacity--..
Fl- ty-Ave Tons each-one year old. _ ? >
One Decked Phosphate,Lighter, Capacity Eighty
Tfae above Lighters are In good condition, and
ready for Immediate ase._Jan2rtuwfat ,
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS, [
No. 29 GEORGE STREET. SOUTH STUB,
between Ring and- st. Phillp streets-Re?
sold on account of the measurements not being
correct. / - :
wm be sold on THURSDAY, ?ta Instant, at ll . - ".
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That Two and a Half story WOODEN HOUSE
and OUTBUILDINGS, known as No. 29 George
street, now occnpled by Mrs. A. Benthan, as a .
Pastry Cook Establishment. Lot measures 30
f?et front by 120 feet In depth. ? ?
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papen
sod stamps and City Taxes forJ872. ,. Jana
By W. Y. LEITCH & IL Sb BB?NS,
TWO AND A HALF STORY WOODEN
DWELLING and store corner Smith and
Morris streets, now occnpled as a Bakery.
wm-be sou cn THURSDAY, 4th Instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That Desirable-Two and a Half story Wooden
DWELLING AND STORE at the so ck wes! corner
of Smith and Morris streets, now used as a Bake?
ry by Mr. C. G er ken. Premises contain 4 square
rooms, besides two ltrge Bake-Ovens and tho
necessary outbuildings. Lot measures 60 feet
front, by loo feet in depth. -
Terms-one-half cash: balanc?'in .one and two
years, with Int?r?tt Purchaser to pay ns for.
papers and stamps and City Taxes for 1872 jana
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BB?NS,
TWO-STORY DWELLING IN MAGA?
ZINE street, north side, two doors from Ma?
zy ck street.
wm be sold on THURSDAY, 4th instant, at u
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,_ nm,r r""
Toar, desirable two-story WOODEN DWELLING,
with piazza, Aa, in Magasine street, north side,
two doors from Mazyck street.
Lot measures 40 feet front by 100 fest In depth,
more or lc BS.
Tens cash. Purchaser to pay. us for papen
and stamps and City Taxes for 1872. . jana
By W. Y. LEITCH * B* S. BBUNS,;
yAC ANT LOT SOUTH SIDE PRICE'S
alley, adjelnlng property of Walter Webb,
Will be Boldon THURSDAY, 4th Instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce. . ?
That d ?siratie VACANT LOT, on the south side .
of Price's alley,.adjoining th? property of Mr.
Webb, the florist. .n
Lot measures 20 feet -front by 70 feet in depth?
mora or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papen
and stamps and City Tsxfei for 1872." Jana '
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
STORE No. 318 KING STREET.
Will be sold, on THURSDAY, 11th day of
January, 1812, at the Old Postofflce, at ll ?'clock,
That large and desirable located BRICE STORE,
situated on the east side ol King street, next to
Merchant's Hotel, and known as No. 818; bound?
ed on north by lands now or late of Robu Pennal, ,
east by lands now or late of Estate Kerr Boyce,
a ont h bj lands now ?rlate Estate Kerr ?oyce,and .
westby King street, containing in front on Kin?
street 22 feet, north 122 feet, east 28 feet, ana
soutb 122 feet, be the same more or leas.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, credit portion secured by bond or bondB of
tte purchaser, with interest from day or sale;
buildings to be Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for all necessary papen and
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
LOT EAST SUDE FBIEND STREET.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, nth day of _
January, 1872. at the Old Postofflos, at ll o'clock.
All tnat LOT OF LAND, on the east side or
Friend street, containing in front on Friend
street 31 feet, and in depth 106 feet, be the same
more or less. Bounded on the north by lands of
the Rt. Rev. Dr. Lynch, south by lands now or
late of Mrs. Belser, east by landB of Rt. Rev. Dr.
Lynch, and west by Friend street*
Terms-one-f.urth cash; balance In one, t?o
and three years; credit portion secured by bond
or bonds of the purchaser, wita interest from day
of sa e. Purchaser to pay us for a 1 necessary pa?
pers aad stamps._dec29-ftuswth6
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
LOT SOUTH SIDE CUMBERLAND
mil be sold, on THURSDAY, 11th div or Jana- :
arv, 1872, at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
All that desirably located LOT on the sooth side
Cumberland street, near Meeting street, measur?
ing In front on Cumberland street 85 feet. 7
inches on east ?me 110 feet, back Hue 93 feetT
inches, and west line Ul feet, be the same more
or less; bounded north by Cumberland street,
east by lands formerly, of Dr. J. W. Schmidt,
deceased, now Dr. Robert Lobby, south by Ceme?
tery of the Circular-Church, and-west by landa
now or late of F. G. Rolando, more particularly
delineated In Plat of R. K. Payne, recorded in
Register or Mesne Conveyance, Charleston Coun?
ty. Plat Book A No. 1, page 105.
Terms-One-fon th cash; balance in one, two.
and three years, credit portion secured by bond
er bonds of the purchaser, with interest from day
of sale. Purchaaer^to pay us for all necessary
papera and stamps. dec29-ftngwth5
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
VALUABLE PLANTATIONS ON
Mary M. LUCBB VB. Simons Lucas, et al-Under
Judgment of Court of Common Fleas.
By virtue of the Judgment of Hon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge of First Circuit, in above case, will
be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 3d day or January,
1872, at ll o'clock A. M., at the corner of East Bay
and Broad street. Charleston,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
known as Middleburg, situate, lying and being In
that portion of the County of Charleston former?
ly known as the-Parish or St. "homaa andi St.
Dennis, on the eastern branch or the Cooper Elver,
measuring and containing 96 acres of Tide Swamp
Land, and 677 acres of high land, be the same
more or less; batting and bounding to the north
on the eastern branch or Cooper River, to the
eaBt on land or Alfred Huger, to the south on land
formerly of John Bryan, and to tte west on^and
formerly of John Bryan.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate lu the Ute Parish of St. Thomas and St.
Dennis, now the County or Charleston, and State
of South Carolina, known as Spring Hill, lying
and being on French Quarter Creek, containing
seven hundred and thirty-live 6?-:t00 acres, more
or less, as will appear by reference to a survey re?
cently made by Wm. Hume, Esq., surveyor; but?
ting and bounding to the north on lands or Dun?
can N. Ingraham, Esq., and the esitate of the late
w Po3teli Ingraham, to the east on the Public
Canal, to the Eouth on lands now or late belong,
lng to Dr. E. Ravenel, to the weat partly on lands
now or : ate belonging to the estate of John Gor?
don, partly on property of Colonel John Harles?
ton, and partly on lands now or late ?r John -
Terms-One third cash; balance payable In Ave
(5) equal successive annual Instalments, with in?
terest thereon at the rate or seven per cent-per
annum, secured by bond or bond6 ot purchaser,
and mortgage of premises. Purchasers to pay
for papers and stamps. "."."" .
* THOMAS Y. SIMONS,
By S. C. BLACK,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE, THURSDAY,'JAN?
UARY 25, 1872.-In the matter of THEO?
DORE STONEY, a Bankrupt, In re BEHREND
BOLLMANN, surviving partner of Bollmann
Brothers-In the District Court or the United
By virtue or the decretal order or the Honorable
George S. Bryan, Judge of the said Court, 1 wiU '
offer ror sale at public auction, at ll o'clock A.
IL, on the 26TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1872. at th?
corner of Broad street and East Bay, near tne Old
Postofflce, In the Qty of Charleston,
All that valsable SEA ISLAND COTTON PLAN?
TATION, known as "Laurel HUI," situate In Christ
Church Parish, in the County of Charleston, con?
taining 1602 acres, and consisting or six separate
Tracts of Land, as set forth on plat made by
Charles Parker, surveyor, on 19th December, i860;
bounded to the north on Lands of J. H. Waring,
Jr and H. L. Toomer; to the south on Lands or
PhillD Porcher and the Messrs. Horlbeck: to the
east on Lands or H. L. P. McCormick; and to the
west on Lands of Robert D. Parker.
All that other TRACT OF LAND, iormerly part
of the Plantation called "Elm Grove," situate la
the Parish and County aforesaid, containing isa
acres; bounded to the north on Land now or late
or George White; to the easton Land of H. L. P.
McCormick;,to the sooth on Land or Phillp For*
cher; and to the west OH said "Laurel Hill" Plan
Tera of Faie-One-hair caBh, and the balance
payable In one year, with interest at 7 per cent,
from day or sale, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to
na? for stamps and papers. * _ .,_ ?
P dec22-r.uiutbl L. W. O'HEAR, Assignee.