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Tra DAILY Niws, by mau one year, ?8; eur
monta? t?; turee montai law. Served in tni
city at ErenraiN carraa week, payable to tte cai?
riera, or $3 a year, paid lh'au*aiice at tte omeo,
Tra TBI-WZBXLT Niws, published on Tues day a,
Thursdays and Saturdays;- one year $>; ?ix
montas $2? ... y
Tra Waixsr Raws, one year st, Six coplea
10. Ten OOpies, to one ad dress, $16.
^?ascRipnoKS m all cases payable in advance,
?nd no paper continued arter tne expiration or
tte time paid for.
Non ess or Wanta, To Rent, Lost and Found
Boarding, Aa, not. exceeding.20 words, 26 cents,
ea cb. insertion ; over 20, and .'not exceeding'so
words, 40 cen u ea cb Insertion ; over 30, and not
exceeding 40 words, 60 cents each insertion.
These rates are KBT, and must invariably be
paid in advance.
BXMITTAh'CES should be made by Postoffice
Money order or by Express, ir this cannot be
done, protection against losses "by mall may be
secured by forwarding a draft on Charleston pay?
able to the order of the proprietors or Tra Nsws,
er by sending the mcney in a registered letter.
Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO..
No. 140 East Bay. Charleston; S.O.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1872.
REWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at 9f
-The New York cotton markt t closed
strong; uplands 20? cents; sties 1959 bales.
'-At Liverpool cot toa closed quiet; uplands
9j dal Cel. Manchester advices less favorable.
' -"The Want" 1B the name of a new paper
In Pittsburg.
-The ice on the upper thousand miles of
the Mississippi Blver is fifteen inches thick.
-The physicians to the Emperor of China
receive pay only for the time when their im?
perial master enjoys good health.
-Colonel George W. Brent, a prominent
lawyer of Alexandria, Ya., and who was ad
jutant-general of the- Army of Tennessee un?
der Johnston ana Bragg; is 'd?ad. ~
-The extreme fluctuation in gold during
t&e^ifeCe^wjiB JusF8eve|tper?3?nt:, the
highest price having been 15} and the low
-estel.
? -Three hundred thousand seamen, more or
less, are employed In American vessels. Most
of them are robbed dally from the time of
their landing till they sail again; but a bill is
now before the Senate' to remedy these evils.
-A correspondent of a London paper states
that.' an American missionary, sent to Calcutta
to ennvert the Hindoos, has become a disciple
of Keshub CDunder Sen,, and been formally re?
ceived into the Brahmo-Somaj Church.
-The; correspondent of a BOB ton Journal is
authority Tor the statement that A. T. Stewart
intends t? leave his entire Tomine, es um at ed
at $50,000,000 to $70,000,000, :to public and
private ch arl tl es, and that he recently made a
win to that effect.
-The French Minister of War bas decided|
that Iff -' future white or dapple gray horses
A hall not be employed In military service, the
experience of the late war having proved that
the animals oft hose colors offer an excellent
mark for the enemjVariiil?ry.
-Several Englieh gentlemen are now In
PariB seeking 'concessions: for the proposed
submarine tunnel, between England and
Prance. There appear to be rival interests in
the field. The French Government declares
that it has no time tb attend to this subject
at present. -
-The New York Society for the prevention
ol Cruelty to Animals offers a reward of fifty
dollars lor such inform?t on as will lead to the
conviction of any partie i engaging as princi?
pals in a dog or cock flLht within the limits of
that State; also, twenty-five dollars for notice
bro ?ht to the office ol the society that may
lead to the suppression of any. such contest.
-The year 1872 contains fifty-two Sundays.
September and December each begins on a
Sunday. January, April and July on Monday.
October ls the only month beginning- on Tues?
day. February begins and ends on Thursday.
Consequently we have five Thursdays, which
will hot occur again until the year luoo. in
the year 1850 February will have five Sundays,
which will not occur again until the year 1920.
The year 1871 began on Sunday and ended on
Sonday. This will occur again In 1882, and
every eleventh year thereafter.
-A curate, writes, to the London Standard:
"We near ecfmu??j?o? to?the discredit of
roy al ty, that I think we.ou gh t to make known
. what we hear good of it. I beard yesterday
?pnsome people-in my garish, who have re?
lations* living near Sanurlagbam, that the
Prince of Wale's ls" Bimply^beioved by aO wfitf
come into contact with him on his Norfolk
estate; his affability and kindness and really
good nature displayed in his dealings with his
tenantry 'and dependants ia such as not
often meit with, even amoDgst those whose
position is not so exhalted as his ie."
-The Washington correspondence of the
New York Tribune has the annexed in regard
tb Republican anti-admlnistraiion sentiment
in connection with the opening of Congress,
and the prospects, of a national Reform move?
ment^ l*There has been no consultation or
comparison of views upon the Presidential
question by the Republican senators who op?
posed the admlnls:ration last session, when
the annexation of Santo .Domingo was dis?
cus? ed, and the removal of Mr. Sumner from
h's chairmanship was accomplished, but it is
known that their opposition to General Grant
is, lt anything, more pronounced than ever.?
- -?ue of the incidents of the, recent wed?
ding of Senator Chandler's daughter ls related
by the Washington Capital : "lt seems that
when- the charming Widow Aullck came to
make her toilette it was discovered that the
ruthless board ot public works had torn up the
street.and cut off the gas. A lady cannot dress
without light. The prospect wa3 dark. News
ot the trouble reached the Navy Department.
The Navy Department was aroused. In a few
hours an immense force was put upon the
street, and in full time for the party light was
thrown upon the charmed home.. This carries
ns back to the days ot romance .and gallantry.
A softened, rosy light of more poetic times
falls upon the rude streets of Washington."
-London papers of the 14th give a full de?
scription of two more days,of the -Tichborne
trial. Several witnesses,, both, male and fe?
male, mcludlrig Slr ""William Ferguson, were
examined as to the identity of '-Roger;" while
Captain Burton, late consul at Damascus,
proved that he met the claimant at Vi la
Nueva, near Buenos Ayres, preparing to cross
the pampas, and that the claimant was then in
indifferent health. The records ot the United
States Treasury Department show that them
were two vessels named "Osprey," which were
engaged In the foreign trade in 1854. Diligent
Inquiry is being made to ascertain if either ol
these was the one which rescued the supposed
heir of the Tiobborna estate from a wrecked
British vessel, and took him to Melbourne,
Australia...-.
-"he most interesting scene in the Whar?
ton trial thoa Xor was on Thursday last, whee
the daughter of the accused, Miss" Nellie Whar?
ton, was called to testify. The filial devotion
which ehe has macilested without intexmls
sion since the date of the arrest, has conferred
\fp^Hfti^FeU!el?n unsought ??elebFlry. Sh?
?as been 'her mother's constant companion
?for many months,, attending her in her con
finement, and^baring with her the gloom and
privations o? the-cell. Young and beautiful
she had been tile favorite of many ot her own
age; bot she spontaneously and instantly re
linqnlshed al! the delights of social Hie at the
bidding of conscience and natural affection
The effect of prison life upon her
countenance and person is very notice'
able; and when she was brought forward to
take the oath and entered the witnesses' box,
few of her former friends would have proba
Wy recognized her, had it not been for the
circumstances of the occasion. Upon ber
lace were traceB of great suffering and fear,
The cheeks were sunken, the eyee drooping,
the lip tremulous, and the figure wasted away,
To the first questions propounded to ber, her
replies were almost inaudible, but upon being
kindly encourijged'by the counsel,- she re?
pressed her emotion, and gave her evidence
in clear, distinctly-articulated words, though,
at times, when some of the questions pointed
to her mother's arrest, her feelings overcame
her, and she could not answer. The sight of
the poor girl's tears was sufficient to mov9
the most unconcerned spectator, and lt was
apparent that she had the sympathy of all
present._ ?
The Roll of Honor.
These are the names of the independent
members el the House of Representatives
who sustained, by their vote, the resolution
for the impeachment of E. K. Scott :
Bass,
Bosemon, I
Bowen,
Bowley,
Cain, L.
Crittenden,
Davis, T. A.
Derrick,
Doyle,
Duncan,
Ford,
Frost,
Glover,
GoodBon,
Goggins,
Hunter,
Huriey,
Jervey,
Logan,
Miles,
Sellers.
?hanklin,
Smith,
Taylor,
Thomas, W. M.
Thompson,
Whipper,
Wilkes,
Williams,
Wilson,
Wofford,
Yooum.
The Black List.
These are the names of the members of
the House ot Repr?sentatives who voted to
strike oat the resolving clause of the joint
resolution for the impeachment of R. K.
Scott:
Adamson. Johnson,
Boston, Jones,
Briggs, Keith,
Byes, Lee,
Corwin, Littlefields,
Cousart, Maddocks,
Crews, Mc Daniels,
Dannerly, McDowell, T. D.
Davis, J. McDowell, W. J.
Dennis, . - Mead,
Elliott, Milton,
El ison, Mobley,
Farr, Moore,
Ferguson, Mickey,
Gaither, Nerland,
Gardner, No ekle p.
Garey, O'Connell,
Green, Ramsay,
Gunin, Reedleu,
Harris, Eivers,
Hart, Saunders,
Hayne, C. D. Singleton, A. L.
HaVne, J. H. Singleton, J. P.
Hedges, Small,
Henderson, Smart,
Holme?, "Smith,
Hudson, Bumpier,
Humbert, Tarlton,
Humphries. Thomas, J. W.
Jackson, Wallace,.
Jamison, White.
Warley,
Eyas, one oi these, was asked by Repre?
sentative Hurley whether he bad not then, in
his pocket, a check for $12,203, which wa8
given bim last year for reporting the bill for
famishing the Statehouse. The guilty mem?
ber made no reply.
Cincinnati and ber Southern Railroad
Connections.
[From the-Knoxville Press.]
Chattanooga, as an objective point to Ctn
clnnati's operations, i? Important only in the
fact that lt ls held as the bem point of oirtsrg
ence to tb? various Cotton States. Chatta?
nooga, in Cincinnati's calculations, ls regarded
simply as a geographical point, which lt ls im?
portant to reach, in the general plan of South?
ern connections. If the same end can be ac?
complished .through other points, and by dif?
ferent and cheaper, or shorter lines, and more
speedily, lt is the rational argument of the
Commercial that the pet scheme of a grand
and costly and long-delayed trunk Une should
be abandoned, and the opportunities of the
hour be seized and Improved at once. It
sees no doubt-If not, it can Bee-that already
the Knoxville branch of the Louisville and
Nashville road is completed to Livingston,
within twelve miles of London, Ey., and that
the extension of the Kentucky Central, from
NlcholasvlUe to Danville, a distance of twenty
eight miles, will place Cincinnati in connec?
tion with that line. It might see further, that
the Knoxville and Ohio (late Knoxville and
Kentucky) road, already completed northward
a distance ol forty miles, is now in the hands
of a company able and determined to complete
lt It was bought with special view to its
Northern extension, and Its completion may
be set down, at last, as a thing of certain ac?
complishment. An unfinished gap of eighty
eight miles separates. Knox y Hie from the
Lebanon branch, : and | this, added to the
gap between Danville and NicholasvlUe,
leaves a gap of only one hundred and sixteen
miles to be closed up, to make complete
the railroad communication between Cincin
natl and Knoxville. The shortest line yet sur
ve} ed for the Cincinnati and Chattanooga line
we believe, is two hundred and forty-three
miles In length-which ie yet to be construct
ed. Ten months wUl suffice to complete the
Knoxville line ; the Chattanooga route could
be hardly opened in three years, where the
present obstacles to its commencement out of
the way. By reaching Knoxville, Cincinnati
would practically accomplish all that could bc
obtained by the direct line to Chattanooga
And she would accomplish mach more. She
would secure a shorter route to Charleston,
Sjuth Carolina, by way of Knoxville, than by
way of Chattanooga, and at a much earlier
day. The Southern Railroad Association has
lately become the purchaser of the Cincinnati,
Cumberland Gap and Charleston Railroad.
From Morristown, on the East Tennessee, Vir?
ginia and Georgia Railroad, this road is com?
pleted forty-three miles in the direction of
Asheville, North Carolina. An extension of
forty-four miles, which wUl certainly be made
without delay, wiU take lt to the latter point.
From Asheville to Greenville, South Carolina,
ls but sixty-five miles. Greenville is the
northern terminus of the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad, which has lately been pur?
chased by the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, of which Mr. Magrath is President.
Simultaneously with the extension of the Mor?
ristown Road to Asheville, the road from
Greenville wUi be pushed forward to that
point, thus completing KnoxvUle's connection
with Charleston, by way of Asheville and
Greenville, at an early day. The filling up of
a gap of one hundmd and nine miles wUl com?
plete the connection. So that, by way of
Knoxville, Cincinnati can, at less than one
fourth the expense, and at a much earlier day,
than by another course, secure all her desired
Southern connections, being, when at Knox?
ville, nearer to Charleston, by way of the line
above-mentioned, than when at Cha'tanooga.
?&-rnK RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
icqualntances ?f. Mrs. HANNAH VESEY, and Mr.
ind Hrs. Robert Morrison, are" requested to at
tend the Fanerai Services or the ronner, at the
Methodist Protestant Church, Laarel street, at 3
?'clock THIS AFTERNOON. jans*
^THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances or Mr. PETER KENNEDY, of Mr.
md- Mn. John McKeegan, of Mr. Alexander Mc
Loy, are respectfully invited to attend the Fanerai
servues of the former, at St. Mary's Church,
Basel street, THIS MORNING, at io o'clock.
Jan3*
Special 3fatk?s.
CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner J. H. HANCOCK will send to Van"
derhorsfs Wharf for Goods. No claims allowed
after removal of same. WM. ROACH & CO.,
Jan3-1_ Agents.
$a* C ON SIGNEE NOTICE -THE
Schooner J. H. STICKNEY, from Baltimore, is tl is
charging ber cargo at Kerr's wharr. Goods re*
malnlng on the dock at sunset will be stored at
risk and expense or owners. '.
Jan3 STREET BROTHERS ? CO., Agents.
ga* FRESH VACCINE MATTER, JUST
taken from the Arm, kept constantly on hand at
BURNHAM'S Drug Store. jan3-6
pa- PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JAM CART 2, 1872.-Prepa?
ratory to the removal of the Safe?, Ac, from the
Old to the New Vault of this Bank, penons who
have Special Deposita on hand therein, (such as
Boxes and Packages,) are requested to have them
removed by the 4th instant to some other pl.ce of
Barety ror the time being. H. G. LOPER,
jans Cashier.
pa- ACADEMY OF MUSIC DRAWING
Club Lit i-, on the following plans, are now open
for members to join:
1. Small and Large Clubs to divide equally.
2. Each member selects his own Ticket and de?
posito lt with the Treasurer of the Club. One
half cf any Prize drawn by a Ticket to be given
to the member who chose it; the other half to be
owned by Club.
3. Cubs appropriating three-fourths and nine ?
tent hs on the same principle.
The best plan to secure something tn the BUT?
LER, CHADWICK A GARY DRAWING, ls to pat
hair the amount invested m single ticxets, and
half In Ciaos of sixty-two. There ls one prize
in every sixty-two tickets.
Any smaller Clubs formel that wish to increase
the s 12 3 of Glob, can do so by applying to me,
who will add them to smaller Clubs now formed.
Apply to EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent,
Office, E. M. Moreland, No. 29 Broad Street.
decSO
pa- OFFICE OF THE CITY APPRAIS?
ER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JANUARY
l, 1872.-NOTICE.-This office will be opened from
this date, and remain open until the 20th lnstaat,
for Issuing Licenses for the year 1872.
WM. H. EASTERBY,
janI-18 City Appraiser.
pa- THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
ULE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF TBE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLED
NUMBERS.
CLASS NO. 276-MORNING.
64-C0-74-23-32-58-37-73-G3-71-G7-72
CLASS No. 277-EVENING.
41-63-28-10-77- 2- 9- 6-26-22-72-31
AS witness our hand at Charleston this 2d day
of January, 1872. FENN PECK,
JAMES G1LL1LAND,
oct3 Sw nra Commissioners.
pa* UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?'
LINA, CHARLESTON, 29th DECEMBER 187ll
DIVIDEND.-A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF
FOUR PER CENT, tree Lom tax, having been
declared by the Board of Directors,-the same will
be paid to Stockholders on and after TUESDAY,
2d day of Jan uar j next.
decSO-S H. D. ALEXANDER, Cashier.
pa- FI EST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON, CHARLESTON, 25TH DECEMBER,
1S71.-DIVIDEND KOT1CE.-A Semi-Annual Divi?
dend or SIX (6) PER CENT, or SIX DOLLARS PER
SHARE (free of tax) having been declared by tne
Board of Directors, the same will be poid to stock?
holders on and arter JANUARY ZD, 1872.
oo?:? WM. C. BREESE, Cashier.
?a- PLANTER'S AND MECHANICS'
BANK, OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON,
DECEMBER 30TB, 1871.-A DIVIDEND OF FOUR
PER CENT, upon the Capital Stock or this Bank
will be paid to stockholders on and arter 2d prox?
imo, exclusive cf government tax.
WILLIAM E. HASKELL,
janl-mwfS Cashier.
fa" SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Depositors are requested to leave their Books to
be credited with the January Quarterly Interest,
doe 1st proximo. All Deposits made on or berore
the 20th January will bear interest from the 1st of
January..
Interest Six Per Cent, compounded quarterly.
dec22-fmwl2 F. A MITCHELL, Cashier.
.?a- CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - CHARLESTON BRANCH,
Ko. 8 BROAD STREET.-On and after THURSDAY,
18th January, 1872, the regular semi-annual inter?
est will be paid to depositors.
All inter?st not paid on the31st day or Jannary
will be added to the principal of the depositor,
and will draw interest SB ir deposited on the 1st
January. Depositors are requested to bring in
their books, that the interest may be entered.
Interest ls compounded quarterly, but payable a*
heretofore m January and Joly.
D. RAVEXEL, Jr.,
dec30-20 Assistant cashier.
JO* CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - CHARLESTON BRANCH,
No. 8 BROAD STREET.-All moneys deposited In
this Bank on or before the fifth day or each calen?
dar month will bear Interest (six per cent.) ror
that menth, as ir deposited on the 1st.
D. RAVENEL, Jr.,
dec30 6_Assistant cashier.
ja* SPECIAL NOTICE.-DR. GEORGE
S. PELZER, Residence No. 48 Cannon street, or?
nee at BURN U AM'S Drug S; ore, King, near Cal?
houn street._ janl-mwf3
jm- RAFFLE.-A BEAUTIFUL SET
or TOY FURNITURE to be Raffled at MCLEAN'S
Stores, Nos. 314 and 443 King street. Everybody
that sees lt wants lt, especially those who have a
title girl to give it to. jam
^NOTICE.- THE BRITISH BARK
"STORMY PETREL,1' S. W. DICK, MaBter, rrom
Cardiff, has been entered under the Five Day Act.
All gooJs not Permitted at the expiration or that
time will be sent to the public stores.
dec29-5_HENRY CARD, Agent.
^CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OE
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEMBER 26,
1871.-Estimates will be received at this office ont:
the 6th of January, 1872, at 12 M, for the building
of a PLANK ROAD on King street, from Shep
herd street to City Boundary. Same to be mad?
per running foot, according to the plans and
specifications in the City Engineer's office.
Estimates to be directed to Committee on Con
tracts. W. W. SIMONS,
dec27 9_Clerk of Connell.
pa- TREASURER'S OFFICE, SAVAN?
NAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD, CHARLES
TON, S. C., JANUARY 1, 1872-Coupons of the
First Mortgage Bonds of this Company duet hit
day will be paid on pr?sentation at the Ban King
House of H. H. Klmpton, Financial Agent of thc
State of South Carolina, No. 9 Nassau street, New
York. S. W. FISHER,
janl-3_Treasurer.
?ETSCREVEN HO CSE. -NOTICE TC
PARTIES INTERESTED.-Major JOHN W. CAM?
ERON has consented to conduct, and ls duly ap
pointed Manager of the SCREVEN HOUSE.
de?20 lmo R. BRADLEY.
?flcelings.
B~O7RD~OF TBADE^-A REGULAR
Meeting of the Board will be held
THIS EVENING, at the Booma, at half-past
o'clock. Important amendments to the mies and
other business will be acted npon. Members are
requested to attend.
By order. A. FOSTER BLACK,
jan 3_Secretary.
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A." F. M.
The Regular Monthly Communication of j
mis Lodge will be held at Masonic Ball, THIS
EVENING. January 3, at h al .'-past 7 o'clock.
Candidates ror tbe E. A. Degree will be ponc?
tuai.
Members #111 take due notice and govern them*
selves accordingly.
By order of the W. M. T. P. LOWNDES.
jan3_Secretary and Treasurer.
KOF P.-8TONEWALL LODGE, No.
. 8.-A Bezular Meeting of yoor Lodge will
be be.d THIS EVENING, at the Hall of Knights of
Pythias, at 7 o'clock precisely.
Members will please be punctual.
By order or W. C. ROBT. C. STARR.
jana_Recording Scribe.
rSTALLATION NIGHT.-I. O. 0. F.
S0?TH CAROLINA LODGE. No. l.-A Regu?
lar Meeting of this Lodge will take place THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clock. - A general attendance of
members - ls requested, as the Installation of j
officers for the ensuing term will take place.
ROBT. JAMES,
]an3_Recording Secretary.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUB?
LIC LAND?.-A Regular Meeting or the
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands will be
ii-ia THIS EVENING, at the House or Correction,
at 7 o'clock. By order.
Jan3 J. M. F. DEKEEF, Secretary B. P. L.
ATTENTION, GERMAN SCH?TZEN
. ARTILLERY CL JB.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Club will be held THIS EVENING,
at 7 o'clock, at Lifldstedc's HalL A punctual at?
tendance ls requested as business or Importance
will be transacted.
Members will come prepared to pay arrears.
By order. JULIUS WAGENER,
Jan3_Beere; arr.
IO. O. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. . SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Officers and mem?
bers of this Grand Body are Invited to meet tue
M. W. G. Master, for the purpose of installing the
Officers ot the Subordinate Lodges, on the follow?
ing evenings : TUESDAY, January 2, Jefferson
Lodge, No. 4: WEDNESDAY, January 3, South caro?
lina Lodge, No. l : THURSDAY, 4th, Howard Lodge,
No. 3; FRIDAY, ?tb, Marlon Lodge, No. 2; and SUN?
DAY, 7th, Schiller Lodge. No. SO.
By order M. W. O.M. .
JOHN H. HONOUR, Jr.,
janl-mwis_Grand Secretary.
ttknis.
W~ANTED, "ITN?RSE AND~~COOK.
Must come well recommended. Apply at
No; ll Ball street._? ? ?_jan3-1*
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKE Tb
in the Land and Immigration Association
or Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to eec my Men dr
at the office of Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 29 Broad street. ESES COFFIN. Sub-Agent.
WANTED, A WHITE FEMALE TO DO
housework. A Protestant preferred. Ap?
ply at the soathwes: corner or Meeting and Mar?
ket Btreete._Jan3-i?
WANTED, A HOUSE OF FIVE OR SIX
Rooms In the central part or the city, or
a part or a House with a respectable family. Ap
ply at this office._Jao3-l?
WANTED, A SMALL BOY TO ATTEND
in tte boose. Must' come well recom
? mended. Apply at thlBoffice._Jan3-1
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHILD'S
Nurse well recommended. Apply at No.
2S George street._jan3-l?
ARESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL
wishes a situation as Chambermaid. Can be
seen at No. 6 Gulgo ard street._Jan3-1*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK. AP-1
PLY at No. 50 Smith street, one door
north of Calhoun street. . _Jan8-2*
ARESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL
wishes' a situation as Chambermaid or |
tuna's nurse. Can be seen at No. 6 Guignard
street._jana-i?
WANTED, A BASSO FOR THE CHOIR
of St Paul's Church; sa'ary $200. Please
apply to H. E. ECKEL, Organist St. Paul's.
Jan2-2_
WANTEDTO HIRE, A PORTION OF A
Houseioare-pectable, quiet ramily In the
western or southwestern part of the city. The
neighborhood of Wentworth street preferred. A
good tenant may ba obtained by addressing "Ap
.p?canf,"Nawsofflce. - jan!
WANTED, AN ACTIVE AND" ENER?
GETIC MAN as CANVASSER In South
Carolina and Georgia. Apply, BY LETTER ONLY,
to RIORDAN, DAWSON J; CO., Charleston, S. C.
Janl___?_
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
NURSE by a respectable yoong Protestant
woman. Can give good reference in the city. Ad
dress G. B" at this office. _jam*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, TWO
Second-hand ENGINES, with Saw and
Fixtures complete; one portable, 20 to 25 horse?
power; the other stationary, 20 to 25 horsepower.
Apply to W. P. DOWLING & CO., No. 9 Boyce's
Wharf._dec9-stntbl6
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that you can get a First-class SEWING
MACHINE from LUNSFORD, smith street, near
Wentwortb.'obeaper than from any other man in
the city or State. Give him a call and see for
yourself. . nov?8
A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
Male or Female Agenta.-Hors? and
outnc furnished to sell our UNIVERS AL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
other articles. Circulars iree. Address.Novelty
Company, Saco, Me. _novU-TB
AGENTS WANTED 1-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND THREAD COTTER;
saves time, twine, thread. Angers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wants. Samples malled on re?
ceipt of 25 cents. Address GEORGE DAVIS, No.
699 Broadway, NewYork. oct30-3mos
TO RENT, A^?I?FOBIAFTLETCO?
Mouioc? Room, ready famished. Apply
at No. Ol Wentworth street. _J an 3-2?
TO RENT, A GOOD CARRIAGE
House, with two rooms and Stable with
turee st alla Rent moderate. Apply at No. 26
George street._jan3-3?
110 BENT, THREE FINE ROOMS, WITH
. Kitchen. 'Locality very centraL Also, one
large handsome front-roam. Appiy at this office^
J 1CS-1?_
FOR RENT, ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
Hall and Club Rooms; also rooms fdr small
lamines, rrom $3 to ie per month. ARCHER'S
BAZAAR._janl-mwis?
TO RENT, A STORE AND FIRST
floor, with three rooms. Apply at No. 102
broad street-, between King and Meeting.
dec30-10?_,_
TO RENT, THE PREMISES No. 83 EAST
Bay, opposite Boyce & Co.'s Wharf, well
kuown as an old established Bakery. Apply to
JOHN BURNS, Hibernian HalL dec23-fmw3?
TO RENT, THAT VERY DESIRABLE
RESIDENCE, No. 5 Legare street, contain?
ing six square rooms, besides dresslug-rooms,
pantry, Ac. R. M. MARSHALL & BRO., Real
Estate Brokers, No. S3 Broad street.
Janl-mwf3_
TO RENT, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED
Planing Mill and Lumber Yard known as
Clark's Planing Min, corner of Beau'ain and
Lynch streets. Toe Mill is of brick, 41 by 80 feet;
30-borse Engine, ons Woodwdrth Planing Ma?
chine, Lath, Edging and CrosB-cut Saws. The
Engine and Machinery will either be sold to the
party renting or removed. On the Lot IB a two
story Brick storehouse, 22 by 103 feet, for storing
white pine, Ac, with stables, offices, and large
cistern attached, all built In the most substantial
manner. Tne Lot, 140 by 240 feet, has a water
front on Cumming's Creek for landing lumber, Ac.
For terms, apply to J. H. STEINMEYER or A. J.
BARTuN, Westend of Beanfaln street.
dec9-smw _
PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT IN A
choice neighborhood at No. ll Doughty
street. Apply on the premises. novlS
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting on King street, comer of Liberty
street, possession given from the 1st of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty street. Possession given
Immediately. Apply on premises. octsi
j?nilbinrj ?flatena?.
B
U IL DE RS' DEPOT,
94 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Slate, Tile, Shingles,
Laths, Bair, Gravel,
Chimney Tops, sewer Pipes, Encaustic Tile,
Marbleized Slate Mantels
A beautiful substitute for marble, at reduced
rates.
C:t3I E. M. GRIME.-:, P. 0. BOX 874.
'Amusements.
A
CADEMY OF MUSIC.
BUT FOUB NIGHTS REMAIN
Ol tba Popular Favorites.
ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS,
Who will appe r
THIS EVENING, In one or their GREATEST
SUCCESSES, the Grand Romantic Drama o?
NOBODY'S DAUGHTER ;
OB? THE BALLAD SINGER OF WAPPING.
Founded on Hiss Brad don's power ra i Romance
or "Dlavola.". When original.? produced
in New York this excellent Drama
ran nearly an entire season.
Musical Glasses-Miss MARY and J. 0. KENNEY.
GBAND MATINEE ON SATUBDAY,
For Ladies and Children.
To give eclat to the occasion the management
. will tender
EACH CHILD A NEW YEAR'S GIFT I
]an3_' _
t e?mes.
JV E c T~U R E
BT
HON. M. P. O'CONNOR,
BY INVITATION OF THS
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE,
IN HIBERNIAN HALL,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 1872, AT 8 P. M,
SUBJECT-"BISHOP ENGLAND."
Ti eke" s of Admission 60 cents. jans-2
financial.
JJ ON D S XND STOCKS"
SOUTH CAROLINA RAlLSOAD FIRST MORT?
GAGE BONDS.
Sonth Carolina Railroad Bonds, short dates.
Northeastern Railroad Bonds, Second Mort?
gage.
People's National BankStcck.
! Sooth Carolina Railroad Stock.
Wando Stock.
ALSO,
I MONEY TO LOAN. For sale by
H. H. DELEON,
jans-l No. 24 Broad street.
(Topfmnerstyips ano dissolution!.
having dissolved on the 1st Instant, either
partner wulslgn in liquidation.
W. P. DOWLING,
GEO. F. CRAWLEY.
I will continue the Factorage and Commission
BoBintBs on my own account. .
GEO. F. CRAWLEY,,
jan3-8?_Boyce's Wharf.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-MR.
ALEXANDER ST. AM AND ls this day ad?
mitted a copartner In our business in this city,.
with alB interest to take effect rrom 1st'January,
j last. 1871. CRANE. BOYLSTON Sc CO.
Charleston, January 1st, 3872. Jan2tuwfa
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-WE
have this day admitted as a member of our
tlrm, Mr. CHARLES J. LAURfaY, and the busi?
ness rmi hereafter be conducted ander the style
and Arm or LACKEY, ALEXANDER ? CO.
LACKEY A ALEXANDER.
Charleston, 8. C., January 1st, 1872. janl-3
fTIHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
JL CHASED the interest of Mr. EDWIN PLATT
and Air- JAMES BRIDGE, Jr., in the Arms of GEO.
W. WILLIAMS A CO., in this city, and WIL?
LIAMS. BIRNIE A- CO., New York, will continue
the business as heretofore.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS,
JAMES H. TAYLOR,
WILLIAM BIRNIE,
JO;EPH K. ROBERTSON.
Charleston, January l. 1872._Janl-3
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The arm of MARSHALL A BURGE ls this
uay dissolved by mutual consent. Elmer partner
. will sign in liquidation.
E. W. MARSHALL,
W. T. BURGE,
Charleston, January 1, 1872._Janl-8
NOTICE OF PAJRTNEn?niP.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED have this clay entered into a
Partnership lor the PRACTICE OF LAW. under
the firm name of WALKER A BACOT. Office No.
54 Broad street. GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
Janl-mw2 THOS. W. BACOT._
NOTICE.-THE FIRM OF JAMES* M.
CALDWELL A SON ls dissolved by the
ueathof Mr. JAMES M. CALDWELL, Senior Part?
ner, which occurred on Sd December, 1871. '
I have associated with me In Copartnership, my
brotlier-ln law, Mr. R. RAblN BRIGGS, and will
continue the FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, under the name or JAMES
M. CALDWELL A SONS.
Litoral advances made on Consignments either
for ?ale or shipments.
Janl-mwfl3_W. R. CALDWELL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
formed a Copartnership ander the firm
name of E. W. MARSHALL A CO., and will con?
tinue the Wholesale Dry Goods Business, at the
store No. 143 Meeting sir ec t, recently occupied
by MARSHALL A BURGE
(Signed,) E. W. MARSHALL,
W. H. SNOWDEN.
JOS. T. WELLS.
Charleston. Jannary l, 13.72. jam mwi3
rp 3E COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
X existing between E. B. STODDARD and c.
?KONEBERUER, under the name of E. B. STOD?
DARD A CO., Wholesale Boot and Shoe Dealers,
No. 165 west side of Meeting street, is by the
limitation of their articles of copartnership thia
day dissolved. The business or the firm will be
settled by E. B. STODDARD, the senior partner.
E. B. STODDARD.
C earles ton, Jannary 1, 1872.
Tie Wholesale Boot and Shoe Business, carried
on nt No. 165 west side of Meeting street, under
the name and style of E. B. STODDABD A CO.,
will be continued at .and from this date by the
und ersigned under the same name and style of
E. II. STODDARD A CO., who will be grateful for
a continuance of that public and private patron?
age which bas been extend, d to him most liberal?
ly by a generous community.
? E. B. STODDARD.
Charleston, January 1, 1872. Janl-7
Sot Sole.
P- OR SALE, A^?XTR?^?R^?NARY
LOW PRICES, in lots to snit purchasers,
?0,000 superior ENGLISH FIRE BRICKS, now
landing per British Bark Hanrtngja at Vander
horst's Wharf. ADAMS, DAMON & CO.. No. ie
Broad street._ Jan3-6
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, THE OLD
SIX-MILE HOUSE, with twenty acres of
Land at: ached, at the Jonction of the State and
Dorchester Roads-the very best stsnd for a coun?
try business on the road. For further particulars,
apply on the place, or to Dr. C. L. MEYER.
janS-4?_
FOR SALE, THE LEASE, FIXTURES
AND STOCK IN TRADE or the Cigar Store
and Barrooms at the east end or Market street, at
the Ferry Slip, lately, established, a first rate
stand for a Barroom and Grocery Store. Also, an
unexpired LEASE or the premises or four years
and a half, the subscriber having engaged in
ano ber business requiring all his attention. Ap
plv on the premises to D. B. SCH?R, east end of
Mattel street, or at the Mills House. Jan3-S
IpOR SALE, THE SCHOONER ODD
1 FELLOW, capable of carrying 2400 bushels
c f Rough Rice-in good. order and well round.
Apply to WM. C. BEE A CO., No. 14 Adger's
Wharf._Janl-3
TUST RECEIVED, A LOT OE No. 1
ill Plantation and Lamber MULES. For sale
low at Mills Honse Stables._JanI-5
TWO ORTHREE MORE FIRST-CLASS
SEWING MACHINES for sale cheap. Call ai
LUNSFORD'S, Smith street, near Wentworth.
jam _L ? .'.
]710R THE HOLIDAYS !-NOW, LADIES
and Gentlemen, is the time to go tc
KLEIN'S, No. 339 King street, and get one of hie
beautiful, nice singing Canaries. You can be cer?
tain that Mr. KLEIN wm select one to your Bat is,
faction, and everybody who has bought them
are very much pleased. The price Is very mode?
rato. - deol2
Easiness Caro?.
LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
. - FORGET ALL.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 RING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle
men's, Ladles' and children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace curtains cleaned and done
cp with the Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
Dyed.
?r Goods received and returned by Express.
jnn22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor.
CHOICE S. C. HAMS AND BREAKFAST
. ', BACON. S m
SS tierces ?'OPTTMUS? HAMS
20 cases "Optiraus" Breakfast Bacon,
just received and for sale by - '
Jaj.8-5_JEFFORDS A CO.
g EE D POTATOES.
1200 barrels prixe SEED POTATOES, In Btore,
landing and co arrive, of the following assort?
ment: _ . _. -.
EARLY BOSE ,
Pink Eyes
Cbi lie Reds
Goodrich
Garnett Reds
Harrison's
Mercer's -
i Dy keenan's.
For sale by JOHN F. O'NEILL,
Jan2-tntbslmo_ No 1ST East Bay.
?OBNI CORNI CORNI
2000 bushels Prime White Milling CORN
looo bushels Prime Yellow Corn.
Landing and for tale by_
dec29-finw3? H. BULWfNKLE A CO.
J^IYERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
8000 sacks SALT, Jost received per British Bark;
Beltiste, from Liverpool direct, and for sale In
quantities to snit purchasers.
. Apply to ROBERT MURE A CO.,
?decas ._ Central Wharf.
QOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN C. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIA8' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
various vintages, in
Quarter casks
Fifth casks
. Eighth casks
. AND
Cases of one dozen bottles each.
mayas " , ;_.
?JHOIOE WEITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY. 3
MORDECAI ft CO., No. 110 East Bay, oner for
sale Invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day; - angB-emo
JJAKM?N?'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS1 SONS, No. HO East Bay. oller -for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS'SONS.
anga-emo_ ?
QHOIOE HAVANA CIGARS!
MORDECAI A CO., Tx 110 East. Bay, offer fur
sale au Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory In Havana. angSHimo ,
JURE CRACKERS.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for.
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
day. augs-omo
T7TNEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WIN ?j
V CLARET, Ac.
A. TOBIAS' SONS' offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wini, imported direct from
France._. , , ._.angs-emo
ENGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Mesara. Edward
ft George Hibben, of London, offer for sale Hlb
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
and quarts. " _angs-emo
J^O. 306 KING STREET
Between Wentworth and Society streets, has been
pronounced by purchasers to be
TEE
best regulated and most commodious house of Its
character In this city. Its consignments outnum?
ber annually any house In the Grocery line; and RB
GREATEST
opponents accord to lt a "go-ahead" principle
that cannot be equalled. By industry and perse?
verance its proprietors have established lt us a
first-class
GROCERY HOUSE
folly np to the times. No one will deny that
IN
point of cheapness, and the character of Its goods,
lt cannot be surpassed by any establishment of
this description; and all know that the goed? on
sale by Wilson Bros. are at prices that cannot
fall to please the people of
CHARLESTON I
J1RESH BISCUITS ! FRESH BISCUITS !
Just received per Steamer a Fine Assortment of
LEMON BISCUITS SODA BISCUITS
Cream Biscuits Lemon Snaps
- Egg Crackers Gingersnaps
Arrowroot Biscuits Almond Nuts
Butter and Wine Biscuits.
ALSO,
A Large Assortment of English CRACKERS.
Wo are also Opening a New Supply cf FISH :
BblB. of Best No. 1 Shore MACKEREL
Bbis. of Best No. 1 Mackerel
Baif-bbis. Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
100 boxes Best Scaled Herrings
Choice Halibut FIOB
New Codfish
New Salmon.
Also a Full Supply of that Fine Oregon SALMON.
For sale low by
D. FITZGIBBON,
Northwest corner King ana Cannon streets,
jger Goods delivered free. dsco-imo
?gfjal ff ct'tis._
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUN?
TY OF DARLINGTON-Coart of Common
Pieaa-VIRGINIA O. COGGSHALL, J. C.
RIVES, Tutor under Foreign Law, J. GREGG
MCCALL, Guardian Plaintiffs*: vs. PETER C.
CO G GS HA LL, CLARENCE ERVIN, OLIVER C.
COGGSHALL, GEORGE P. COGGSHALL, JILLSON
B. DOUGLAS, CAROLINE E. DOUGLAS. JOHN J.
CANNON. W. JAMES DARGAN, HANNAH E.
DARGAN. CHARLES C.: LAW, Administrators,
THEODORE A. DARGAN, Trastee, JAMES B.
ERVIN, ERASMUS P. ERVIl?, D?fendants.-Com?
plaint to impeach Decree in Chancery. Partition
and Relief.
To GEORGE P. COGGSHALL and CLARENCE
ERVIN: Yon are hereby summoned and requir?
ed to answer the complaint in this action, which
was flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court,
at Darlington Courthouse, in said State, on the
16th day of October, 1871, and to serve a copy of
y cor answer to the said complaint on the sub?
scriber, at his office, at Darlington Courthouse, In
said State, within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and
if you fall to answer the complaint within the
lime aforesaid, the plalhtlff in this action will ap?
ply to the Court for the relief, demanded in the
complaint. R. K. CHARLES,
decis-we Plaintiff's Attorney. '
^_
-gJ-AYI HAT U HAT ! >.
1200 bandies Nora Scotia HAT lor sale to arrive
by bark "Windermere.'*_
Applrto HENBTOABD,
jans Accommodation Wharf.
gUGAB AND MOLASSES.
OABGO OF BRIO SUSSEX.
2fio bbds. Good and Prime Dem erara SUGAR
139 po nea eons Prime Demerara Molasses.
Now landing and ipr sale by
W. P. HALL,
jan8-3_ " "1>Rr0WTi A Co.'a Wharf.
jj i o :c_ O:&.$:.E:T? . . ,
Direct importation. For sale in lots to snit
purchasers. G. W. WILLIAMS A GO.
octi8-wfm_
TOTTENHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having used YEAST POWDER In our iamiliea
for several yean,: we give a. decided preference*,
above all other, to that prepared by EB W. 8.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, No. 421
KJng, near Calhoun street:. .....
Rev. JOHN T.-W?GHTMAN, Di D. "
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKEK/
p. K. COBURN,.Intendant Town of Summer'
ville, S.O.
O. L. HOLMES. -
GEO. & PELZER, M. D.
W. B. SMITBy MastetJf achlnlSt, S. C. R. R.
B.C. WEBB.., nov4-smos
G
HR ISTMAS SUPPLIES!
CHAMPAGNES.
Pieper Heldsleck'a,.
Chas. H?idslecfc's, -j?
Widow Oucouot's, . %
Q; H. Momm'fl Verzenay, .
G. H. Ma m m's Dry Verzenay, ..
' - Moet A C h ac don's Green Beal;
Krug A Ca's.
CLARETS.
TS. Johnson A Son's Medoo,
St, Julien, St. Estepbe,
La Rose, chateau Marc ea ni, a
Ho??lielmeT.
And a full assortment Of FANCY GROCER LES,
fine wines and Liquors, of alf kinds; at lowest
figures, at ? . letasoi nj
, WELCH'S G ROCE BY. \
Corner Market and Meeting streets.
Goods delivered free. ' ' decl9 !
fJIHE GREAT G E O G ER T D1 P O TV
NO. 100 SING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. l&O KING STREET.
THE GREAT CROCKERY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT GLASSWARE DEPOT,
NO. 190 KENO STREET.
THE GREAT FRENCH CHINA DEPOT,
No. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT TOY AND FANCY GOODS ;
DEPOT, itv
.?* . * ? ? ? -j . s5s 'n '
NO. 190 KING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
Na 193 KING; STREET.
* .
THE GREAT HOUSE-FURNISHING DEPOT,.
NO. 190 KING STREET.
Nones.-The Business heretofore conducted at
i No. 388 King street will be discontinued oa.me
15-, h of JANUARY, 1672, and the undersigned w?l
be pleased to see his customers at the NEW
STORE, NO. 190 Kin j street.
. JOHN W. LINLEY. .
(goncatumai.
J^EIDVILLE MALE HIGH SCHOOL*
SPARTANB?RG COUNTY, 8. C.,
W. 0. KIRKLAND, A. M., Principal and Instruc?
tor m Rhetoric, Classic* and Mathematica. - t
W. H. WALLACE, A. B., instructor in English,
Latin and the Sciences. .. ' ..
Fifteenth Scholastic year begins February stn,
1872. ??</<?. . . '.. .
Tuition per Session of Ave months, $10, $i 5 and
$20. " '
Board, Including washing, $10 per month, is
Brick bu ii J lng, dally mau, quiet village, Libra?
ry, Reading-room, Literary Society. ...
Send lor a Circular, - . - . '*.
Referentes: Hon.. Gabriel Cannon and W. K.
Elate, orspartanburg; A. B. Mull gan, Charles?
ton; Jos. Galluchar, Esq., Manning, S. C. ' '
Jan8-lpcaw_;_?
CATHEDRAL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL.
Mr. JOHN GANNON will Resume his Class at
the Parochial School, on TH?BSBAT next, ?tn
January.- . : . jaoa-i ?
I TiTISS WINSTON'S SCHOOL, No 203
jjJ- Meeting street, will reopen on. WSDNXS
DAT, January 3. .. dec27-wfm4 '.
QTTAHrKHTnV PT?MyCT.T?. fiF>fTfffifty] .
NO. 60 ST. PO ILIP STREET.
The Exercises wul be rt sumed January 2,1872.
Those who intend to enter Pupils are earnestly
requested to present them promptly at this time,
so that their classification may be effected the
first week of the year; and the regular programme
be interrupted as little as possible.
Miss E. A KELLY, Principal. .
For Circulars containing particulars, apply as
above._dec27-i2
ficfrisljmnu Saloons.
fJIHE MERCHANTS' E X CBTANG^B
CORNER OF EAST BAY AND UNITY ALLEY.
NEW BARROOM AND RESTAURANT.
HOT AND COLD LUNCHES EVERY DAY FROM
10.80 TO 1 O'CLOCK.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
HOT AND COLD DRINKS.
H. H. BADENHOPv
Janl-e Corner East Bay and Unity Alley. '
Nero JJnblications.
OW READY!
THE LAST VOLUME OF
ICHARDSON'S STATE REPORTS.
For sale at EDWARD FERRY'S,
Law Stationer. No. 149 Meeting street,
janl-mwa Opposite Charleston Hotel.
IMMS'S WORKS.
ROMANCE AND HISTORY BLENDED.
S
JTJ6T BSTUBLISBID,
HE LILY AND THE TOTEM,
OB,
THE HUGUENOTS IN FLORIDA,
BY WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
JN CLOTH-PRICE $160.
rraiJSElD AN? FOB 8AU BT
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL
NOB. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHABXBSTON, S., 0.
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