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Meetings TU is Day.
Uni?n Chapter, at 7 J?. M.
Young Men's Cbiistiau Association, at 7
Typographical Society, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales THIS Day.
J. A. Baslow A Co. will sell at ll o'clock, on
South Atlantic .wharf, phosphate lighters.
THE CHARLESTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION.-At
a meeting of this association, held on the 2d
Instant, the following officers were elected to
serve for the ensuing year : President, W. S.
Brown, D. D. S.; vice-President, B. A. Muck
eufuss, D. D. 8.; Secretary and Treasurer, C.
C. Patrick, D. D. S.
COMPARATIVE HEIGHT.-The height of the
four principal spire's In Charleston, as com?
pared with each other, is as follows : St.
Michael's Church, one hundred and eighty
seven feet; Citadel Square Baptist Church, two
hundred feet; St, Philip's, twoi; hundred and
ten feet; the new German Church, two hun?
dred and eighty feet. The latter is a quarter
again as high as St. Philip's, which has hither
to been the loftiest steeple in the city.
PALMETTO DIVISION, No. 4, SONS OF TEMP?R?
ANOS.!-The following office w were installed
on the night of the 1st by D. G. W. P. J. L.
Bell to serve for the ensuing term: W. J.
Quigley, W.P.;S.* G. Proctor, W. A.; H. J.
Greer, E. 8.; F. A. Bhi?ej, A. B. S.; J. H.
TJjfceeler, treasurer; T. A. Baynard, F. 8.; G. L.
G. Cook, chaplain; W. L. Millar, C.; A. B.
Bell, A. C.; Otto Sonntag, L G.; B. Caldwell,
0. G.; J. D. Meyer, P. W. P.
INQUEST.-The jury ol inquest Impanelled
in the case of Aaron Fraser, whose body was
fished up from the dock off Southern wharf,
last Saturday, finished their Investigation yes?
terday afternoon, and lound that Fraser came
to his death by accidental drowning, having j
fallen from the wharf, on Friday, the 29th ult.,
during a fight with James Jose. The latter
bas been sent to jail in default of bail, and the
case awaits the action of the grand jury at
the coming term of the Court of General Ses
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CLUBS AND STA?B$-^De.?la. Copper, lodged
for enteriDrjr her sister's n%me TOT GadBden
Green, and threatening the latter's life, was
8entto the House of Correction for twenty
1. Belier, reported for running a steam en?
gine on the premises No. 369 King street,
without permission, was referred to the city
A woman of dissipated habits was fined one
dollar, for raising a drunken* u'*turbance at j
the corner of Marah and Inspection streets.
FAT BOYS ? TROUBLE.-It a late hour on
Thursday night two colored boys, John Davis
and George Ford, about twelve yeats of age,
were discovered amdbg the cotton bales on
AdgjErt wharf by a detective. TheiE unusually
corpulent appearance excited the suspicions
ofthe officer, and^upon search, their clothing
was found to oe thickly padded ont on every
side with the cotton they bad j a st nulled
from the bales. They were lodged in the
Guardhouse, and yesterday morning the
Mayor sent them to the House ol Correction
for twenty "days each. *
. FAIR.-Niagara Fire Engine Company, No. 8,
will give a fair at the Military 'Hall, commenc?
ing on Monday evenlw^next, the proceeds to
be applied In aid of the'fund for puTcbaslnr :? I
new engine, ?onations will be thankfully
received by the committee of arrangements. t
* and the patronage of the public generally * ?
solicited. The fdr TrilL-crtntinue. forr twelve" t
nights, and ls under the charge ol a committee t
whose names Insure pleasant and successful
evenings. TheNiagams are well known in
the community, and have the good wisheB of" a
numerous friends in their undertaking. e
SUPREME COURT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4.- f
The court met at 10 A. M. Present, Chief Jus- j
tice Moses andVAssociate Justices Willard and j
WrlghJ, * ,
F. J.'Caldwell, appellant ors. E. H Whitner, .
ex., respondent. Mr. Fair was heard for ap?
pellant.* The further hearing was then con-. (
tinned to allow appellant's counsel time to 1
complete record. ?
Ex parte Joel W. Anderson, et al. Ordered j
to be rearg?ed.
Bannister Allen, appellant, vs. James 7. L. i
? Partlow, respondent. Mr. Thomson for appel- |
lant. Mr. Coihran for respondent. Mr. Thom?
son in reply.
At three P. M. the court adjourned un ti 1 Fri- 1
(fay, 5th, at ten A. M. '
THE COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC LANDS.-At J
a meeting of the board of commissioner:', held <
last Wednesday evening at the House of Cor- 1
rectlon, It was agreed to remove the House of I
Correction to the Old Folks' Home, near the 1
Pottere'-Field,the whole to be known by the i
name of the Ashley River Asylum. Measures <
were taken to cultivate the land attached to t
the Home on an extensive Ecale for the sup- l
port of the institution. . The office ol the ]
keeper of the public cern eteriea was abolished,
tte duties to be performed temporarily by the i
keeper of the Old Folks' Home. We under- i
stand that the board have at present under <
contemplation the establishment of a Pro tee
tory or House of Refuge, at the building now
occupied as the House ot Correction, as soon
as the change in regard to the latter is ef?
THE SUMMERVILLE ROBBERS.-Huprj Brown,
a notorious character who was arrested lately,
with Frances Marion, charged with breaking
into and robbing the premises of Mr. Girard,
in Summerville, has been relieving himself by
a confession, and the result is the recovery of
some valuable property. Several insurance
policies, titles to real estate, not?e, bonds and
other papers, the property of Mr. Charles A.
F. Girard, have been recovered and restored
Jt?> the owner. Henry says his accomplice,
Frances, entered the house, and banded him
the box containing these thlnge, with the
others already recovered, from the window on
the night Mr. Girard was robbed. Their other
accomplice, George Washington, who escaped
in Summerville, has not yet been recaptured.
A pair of fine blankets were also found hidden
under a log, which Henry confesses to have
stolen from another residence In Summerville.
CRUMBS.-Why is the car-bell slrap like con?
science ? Because it Is an Inward check on
the outward man.
A five hundred dollar diamond pin awaits an
owner in Augusta, Ga. It .ls supposed to have
been stolen from a lady In Burke County sev?
rai years ago.
'???t jovL hivejjut one tioket yon can only win
-the Academy, and somebody, else may get the
ii 00,000 prize.
Thursday evening a child burst through a
gisss door In Mr. Von Santen's Bazaar to avoid
a dog. Ten cents worth of court-plaster ar?
A lottery paradox, according to a popular
opinion, if an even number wins the Academy
lt will be odd.
A modest young man of no histrionic predi?
lections has offered to exchange the Academy,
which h)3 ticket will draw, for the second
prize of ?00,000. Apply in writing at this
THE WEEK OF PRATER.
Services in the City Churches,
For many years the Christian world have
observed the week Included' between the first
two Sabbaths of the year as a period of
special and united prayer. Accordingly, min?
isters of this city, representing the various
denominations, at an Informal meeting a lew
days since, adopted the following plan of ser?
vices, which they affectionately commend to
the religious public:
SUNDAY, January 7.-There will be no gene?
ral meeting. It is suggested that the city pas?
tors who desire to co-operate, remember In
public prayer, or discourse, the subject: "On
contending earnestly for the faith once de?
livered unto the ssints.*' Jude 3.
MONDAY, January 8.-At the lecture room
of the Circular Cnurch, four o'clock, P. M.
Thanksgiving, for temporal and spiritual
.blessings. Rev. W. 0. Prentiss and Rev. A.
M. Chrielzberg presiding.
TUESDAY, January 9.-Humiliation for sin,
personal and public. Rev. L. H. Shuck and
Bev..W. S. Bowman.
WEDNESDAY, Jan: ary 10.-Prayer for fami?
lies; the conversion of children; for youth in
the course of education or in business. Rev.
. T. Wightman, D. D., and Rev. R. D. Smart.
THURSDAY, January H.-Prayer for nations;
for all in authority; for peace and good will on
earth. Rev. J. L. Girardeau, D. D., and Rev.
J. G. Drayton.
FRIDAY, January 12.-Prayer for I he Christ?
ian church and ministry; for religious agencies
and societies. Rev. E. T. Winkler, D. D., and
Rev. Thomas Smythe, D. D.
SATURDAY, January 13-Prayer for the gen?
eral outpouring of the Holy Spirit; for domes?
tic and foreign missions; for Christian unionv
Rev. G. R. Bracken and Rev. C. C. Pinokney.'
SUNDAY,-January 14_A united meeting at
Trinity (Methodist) Church, at half-past seven,
P. M. Subject: "Thy kingdom come, Thy will
be done in earth as il is in Heaven," (Matthew
6,10.) Rev. Whitefoord Smith, D. D., Rev. C.
S. Yedder and Rev. W. H. Adams. It is hoped
that a sermon will b9 preached by Rev. Dr.
A Blmilar meeting will be held at Spring
street (Methodist) Church. The meetings
during the week, at the Circular Church, will j,
continue one hour. All praying people, pro-1 j
vid en ti a I ly prevented from attending, are
earnestly invited lo private supplication nt the
same hour. - S I]
COTTON FOR GREAT BRITAIN.-The British
ship City of Halifax was cleared for Liverpool
yesterday, by Mr. Henry Card, with one hun?
dred and eighty-eight bags sea Uland cotton,
two thousand ,slx hundred and eighteen bales
upland cotton, and two hundred tons phos?
ACADEMY OF Music. Jhe varied and at-1f
frac;itv programme offered last evening drew
one of the largest houses which has gathered
at the Academy during the week. A roman?
tic drama, entitled .* Warrior's Wife," fol?
lowed by two sprightly comedies, were played
In fine style, and the audience testified their M
pit -.sure and appreciation by frequent and | ]
.To-day the pleasure of the young people has
jeen consulted, and at two o'clock the grand ) *j
operatic drama, "Trie Daughter of the Reg!
near."' will be played. The play Is a most el?
ating one, and the "Josephine" ot Mr?. Wat
tlnB is said to be one of the best ever seen on
he British stage. In addition to this, the lit- I a
ie ones will receive a giff. | a
To-night witnesses the last performance at
he Academy before the great drawing. The
omantic drama. "Trodden Down, or Under
*wo-Flags," will be p'ayed, and all the intend
d winners who enjoy the privilege of going J j_
o the play and paying for a ticket had best do
tvthln V'?-' ?t>ol fortuno thrust* I ?
ho Academy Vptm-m , . . , B
hem of this pleasure. \n
THE DRAWING AT THE ACADEMY.-The near
tpproaoh of thlB momentous event has exclt-I*
d new Interest in the matter, ani bow the 1
Irawlng is to ba accomplished has often been
isked. As far as we have been able to learn,
t will begin at eight o'clock on Monday morn- *
ng, on the stage ol the. Academy. The big ?
ivheel will be mounted and in readiness, and tj
n lt the commissioners will place the one hun
Ired and fifty thousand numbers, after care?
fully counting them to see that all are there.
The small lottery wheel of the Charleston
Charitable Association has been borrowed,
ind In this wiil be placed two thousand four
inndred and five tick9ts, each denoting a I (
3rize, ranging from the insignificant ten do'.- | g
ax greenback to the stately pile known as the
icademy of Music. The services of six small
joys and two blind men have been secured
br the occasion, and tr?ese will relieve each
)ther at the irksome task of drawing the
?eavy prizes.. A number will be drawn irom
;he big wheel, and then a prize- ticket will be
;aken from the smaller wheel. This operation
prill be continued until fae prizes are exhaust?
ed. Thus only two thousand four hundred
ind five lucky numbers will be taken from the
Dig wheel, and the drawing will be accom?
plished In about three days.
The Academy will doubtless be crowded
luring the performance. For days it ha? been
the subject matter of discussion throughout the
city. As the time uihat trle? men's souls"
approache?, the sanguine become more Im?
patient, and the distrustful Invest in another
ticket. The odd numbers seem to be the
favorites, and the books are soon left in the
hands pf the sellers with all the even num?
bers untouched. This has become remarkable,
and the holder of 88888 may rest assured that
some unusual luck ls ia store for him. For?
tune ls blind, and this lathe last day for buy?
ing a claim upon her bounty.
Hutt 1 Arrivals-January 5.
W. Ludlow, wife, child and nurse, New
York; W. C. Wilson and wife, New York City;
D. C. Johnson, Troy; G. E. Parker, Kalama?
zoo; W. P. Thompson, Williamsburg; J. W.
Baker and wife, Iowa; H. S. Gorham, Mar?
shall's; G. R Glennie, Mexico.
A. C. Haskell, Columbia; S. Birrett, Geor?
gia; J. Bancroft, Athens; W. M. Hutson, Jr.,
Aiken; J. M. Keeler, J. Cocrolt, J. Coomter,
New York; E. Carroll, Branchville; T. J.
Bobertson, South Carolina; P. L. Wlggin,
Beaufort; T. 8. Henry, Baliiiinore.
J. J. Autely, Orangebnrg; G. J. Scott, New
York; T, Harris and wife, Montreal; J. H.
Stewart, Fall River, Mass.; W. N. Hodges, W.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Map3 promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSE* or FERTILIZERS,
Dregs, Ores. Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
tiec23-Btuth6mo_No. 28 George street.
p U E E GYPSUM
Containing NINETY-NINE ASD TWO-THIRDS
(9P?i) PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted .reo
from all impurities. Prepared In ?his tuy, and
for sale at the low price of FIFrEr.? DOLLARa
per ton, CAfcH. JOHN II. HOLMES.
novn-f Charleston, S. C.
BUS 1 NEB S NOTICES.
THE DAT OF FORTUNE approaches. The
Academy of Music, with the other grand
prizes of the Scheme, will be drawn for Jan?
uary 8th. Get your tickets In time, from Eben
Coffin, sub-agent, at No. 29 Broad street.
HERRING'S SAFES at the recent fire In nlng
ham ton, New York :
BINGHAMTON, N. Y., December 27, 1871.
Messrs. Berring, Farrell & Sherman, New
GENTS-In answer to your letter of inquiry
we desire to say that the 8afe we purchased
from you some jr... j ago passed through the
fire of the 22d insist, which destroyed one
block of flve-story buildings. The safe con?
tained our books, papers. &c, which we found,
upon opening it after the Ure, were all pre?
served and In good order.
Yours truly, B. F. SISSON A SONS.
For sale in Charleston, S. C., at manufactu?
rers' prices, by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
No. 3 Broad street.
NOTICE.-The drawiog of the South Carolina
Land and Immigration Gift Concerts, as ad?
vertised, will commence on Monday morning,
January 8th, at 8 o'clock, at the Academy of
Music, under the supervision of the commis?
sioners appointed lor the purpose, and will be
continued from day to day until completed.
Ticket-holders only will be admitted on ex?
hibiting their tickets at ihe door. Members or
subscribers to clubs can obtain cards of ad?
mission from the agents, E. Sebrlug A Co.,
and JJLi. Moses, No. 34 Broad street. Coun?
try subscribers can procure cards of admission
at the box office.
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GART A Co.
SPEOIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, ?without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of j
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room. apr20-s
LADIES will find at J. R. Readv, No. 263 King
street, some very cheap Dress Goods just re?
ceived, at 25 cents per jard; also, a large as?
sortment of Velours, Poplins and Salines at 35,
30, 75 and 90 cents. jan3
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purcha?iQg your Blank Books at Ihe East
Bay News Room. decl4
FOR AN IRRITATED THROAT, Cough or Cold,
'Brown's Brochlal Troches" are offered with
lie fullest confidence.In their efficacy. They
nalntaln the good reputation they have Justly
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 244 King
itreet, Invite the attention of the ladies to
.heir elegant Btock of Tarletans, In all colors,
which will be offered at greatly reduced prices.
Reilly's celebrated warranted Gloves only $2.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
hates at the Hasel Btreet Bazaar and East Bay
Sews Boom. _ *_ octl4-s
GREATEST BARGAINS ever offered at Furch
:ott, Benedict & Co.'e. No. 244 King Btreet:
'bree cases of 4-4 Black Lustre Alpaca for
nly 25 cent's; Fine Balmoral Skirts 75 cents.
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
ny sold heretofore. HABEL STREET BAZAAR,
nd EAST BAT NEWS-ROOM. dec20
CROQUET ! CROQUET ?-The cheapest in the
ity. BASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
COMB AND SEE MT BLANK BOOKS, such as
.edgers, Cash Books, Day Books, Ac, before
urchasing elsewhere. I have on hand Blank
ooks made by the bert workmen In this city,
lake up, and Invite inspection and c?aii?DgV
ompetltion. EDWARD PERRT'9 TJp-Town
rioting HouBe and Blank Book Manufactory,
fo. 14!? Meeting street opposite Charleston
lotel. " Jinl-6
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
.arranted. These Gloves will be taken back
ven alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
earing or ripping.
r Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street.
New York, 929 Rroadway.
[ BoBton, 9 Temple Place.
FCRCHQOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
Or Charleston. _nov3-6mos
NOTICE io TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
'harlestoh and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
treet Bazaar. . dec29
Stools, St)0*s, &z.
pjLORSS : BZORNS .* K?KN's :
IF IOU ARE FITTED AT THE
'STAU SHOE HOUSE,"
Ko. 1*17 MEETING STREET,
South of Mai ket, Next co-operative Grocery Store.
From experience and severe test, we unhesi?
tatingly affirm that the SHOES sold from the
?.Star Shoe House" out-wear, give more tatiBfac
..lon and comtort than any we have ever tried.
[Toke oj the Press.
We endorse the above, nod add that, to the best
sf our knowledge and belier, goods from the
?bove House are sold chearer than frour any
?her similar Store ' In The Wor d.?
DALE HAIL, December 24.1871.
W. C. CHAPMAN AiO.: GENTS-I have worn
your w. Nailed SHOES eight months, still they
are as good as new. You only warranted them
tor six months. Z. L. COFrER.
BRUSSELS, November 3,1871.
Messrs. W. 0. CHAPMAN A CO.: GENTS-Dur?
ing my tour m America, oa a flying viBit to
Charleston, by my reqnebt you were pleased to
Bend me several pair of your "OAlTErtS," all or
wb ch I kept. I must return you my sincere
thanks (l WSB unable to obtain them In any other
Store) for never have I seen in ail Europe any
SHOE to surpass or even compare with them.
They have been admired by every one. Do
Bend me by European Express one dozen pairs
No. l. ******* .
N. B. These are our "Excelsior Congress." the
finest Shoes made, and sold at only $3 a pair.
No lady should be without them. Sold elsewhere
from $4 .to $5.
ROKCK MILLS, S. C., December 9,1871.
W. C. CHAPMAN A CO.: GENTS-I congram
late you on being proprietors of the only sHOE
HOUSE In Charleston*(The 8tar) owned and con?
ducted by Charlestontans. My ot der was filled
to my entire BatiBfaction, and ah the Shoes flt
beautKully. Yunr low prices astounded me.
They are at lesBt 20 per cent, below what I have
been giving other dealers In your city. I assure
Sou your selections pleased me better than If I
ad been cr: band to purchase individually. Per?
severe, and I only hope many more or our young
men will lollow your example and energy, and
one again make old Charleston prosper as lu
days or yore. ********* *^1
1 GES'Ii E. M. p.***-?-?**
SHOES SOLD AT RETAIL.
Orders from the country flllea promptly, and
The STAR SHOE HOUSE ls No. 127 Meeting
street, near Market.
LOOK FOR THE STAR (*)
W. C. CHAPMAN & CO,,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
w. B, BURBIE. Jans-Biyr
Saldi ant ?mmigraikm ^ssonatum.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
AS THE DRAWING OF THE
WILL COMMENCE ?
ON MONDAY, THE 8th INSTANT,
THE SALE OP TICKETS WILL POSITIVELY CEASE AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M. ON 8ATUB"
DAY, THE 6TH INSTANT.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE NOT SECURED TICKETS HAD BETTER DO SO AT ONCE
BY CALLING AT THIS OFFICE.
E. SEBRING & CO., AND J. L. MOSES,
i?P6-g_NO. 34 BROAD STREET.
ni LIT ii HUH mm SUP.
POSITIVE DRAWING JAN. 8,1872.
Tl SO?TH CAROLIN! UND JND IMMIGRATION
WILL TAKE PLACE
ON THE DAY APPOINTED.
SECUKE YOUK TICKETS AT ONCE !
ALL ORDERS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
2405 GIFTS, AMOUNTING TO. .8500,000.
THE CHANCES ABE UNUSUALLY ?GOOD-ONE TICKET IN EVERY SIXTY-TWO IS SURE
TO DRAW A PRIZE.
Orders for Tickets received up to tue Stn ol January, aTjer which time no more Tickets wintle
SINGLE TICKETS $5 EACH.
NO POS TPO NE ME TV T ?
COMMISSIONERS AND SUPERVISORS OF DRAW?WC ; _
' Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, olSoutn Carolina. * Hon. KUUEK A. PK??K; 61 AeW ? WK.
Great Inducements and reduction In Price of Tickets to Clubs.
Remittances can be made to ns, and the tickets will be sent by return mall by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY ft CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., OR OUR AGENTS.
GENERAL M. C. BUTLER. JOHN CHADWICK, GENERAL W. M. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of E. SE BEING & CO. and J. L,
MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad street.
Jroelr-D, B?nexmave, Ut.
Jg ALL, BLACK A 00.
KOS. 506and 667 BROADWAY, N. 7.,
offer for the HOLIDAYS tbs most complete and
best selected assortment or the following Goods
to be round In the city:
DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRi"
Watches for Ladles and Gentlemen
Sterling Silver Table Ware
Bronzes, Antique and Modern
Marble and Bronze Cloe sa
Marble Statuary. *
FANCY GOODS GENERALLY
PUT UP IN CASES, SPECIALLY
FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, AT
No. 307 KING STREET?
ifancs ?oo?0, Ut.
?Jt^OTICEI NOTICE I NOTICE 1
In consequence of the Increased demand for
TOYS, FANCY GOODS AND SHOWCASES, the
undersigned takea pleasure m Informing his nu
m?rous friends and the public generally that he
has opened a BRANCH OF HIS BUSINESS at No.
344 KING STREET, where he will constantly keep
on hand a large and well selected stock of TOYS,
FANCY GOODS, Showcases, Glass Shades, Fire?
works, Musical Instruments, and every article
appertaining to the business. Dealers will And lt
to their advantage to give him a call before pur*
cbasiog elsewhere. WM. MCLEAN,
Noa 344 and 433 King street,
NOAH'S AHE of Charleston, S. 0.
tailoring, i-nrnisijing ?oo5s, Ut.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
invite attention to their large'and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
C LOTHIN ?,
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY MADE SUITS for all ages, from the
am?llese boy to the largest man.
Dress acid Business Snits of all descriptions.
Elegant uvercoats, Pea Jackets, Derby ana
Plain Sack Snits, Fine English Walking coats and
Snits of all colors, Single and Donbte Breasted
Black Frock coats. Black Doeskin and Fancy Cas
Blmere Dress P int?, Velvets, Wita, Cloth, Castor
Beaver and CasBlmere Vests, manufacture!
under our own observation, we are therefore
sure of a good flt and durable work.
Is ennplied with the finest selection of BROAD?
CLOTHS, Doeskins, castor Beavers, Chinchilla
Diagonals, Meltons, and all styles or Cassim eres
forBusines Suits. Velvets, Sites, Plush and Cash?
mere Vestings. And a variety or handsome Pan?
taloon Patterns, which we make up to order by
measure at the shortest notice, and guarantee
nm class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Imported and Domestic Merino
Shaker Flannel, All-Wool Underwear OoodB, Half
Hose, Suspenders. Handkerchiefs, Linen and
Paper Cuds and Collars, Imperial, Alexander and
Courvolsicr's Kid Gloves And a fnll assortment
or Buckskin, Dogskln.'.Beaver and Casa. Gloves.
And a verv large assortment of Silk, Alpaca and
Scotch Gingham Water-Proof  Umbrellas.
Our Stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and prices marked very low m plain figures.
Our motto ls quick 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 na a calL octia-3mos
Noti?0 in Eankrantrs.
IN THE DISTEICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter of
NICHOLAS MERNAUGH, Bankrupt-In Bankrupt?
cy.-To whoa it may Concern: The undersigned,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as As?
signee Of NICHOLAS MERNAUGH, of the City or
Charleston, In the County of Charleston and
State of South Carolina, within said District,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon br*
Creditors' petition, by the District Court of said
Dated at Charleston, the 2flth day of December,
A.D., 1871. O. FRONEBERGER,
2Uidi0it Sal?a-(?t]i0 Har].
By J. A. EJSLW?'C?.
DECKED PHOSPHAT? LIGHTERS.
THIS MORNING, 6th Instant, will be sold
at North Atlantic Wiiari, at li o'clock,
Two Decked Phosphate LIGHTERS, Capacity
Fl ly-flve TOGS each-one year old
One Decked Phosphate Lichter, Capacity Slghty
Ton3-new. * ? J
The above Lighters are In good condition, and
ready for Immediate nae._ jana
J2Uzcnon ?aliB-imo? iBarjs
No. 140 .Meeting street, Opposite Pavil?
REGULAR DRY GOODS SALES, MON?
DAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
Wm sell MONDAY, at 10 o'clock,
600 lots or Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hos?
iery, Cutlery, Notions, Ac , In :ots suited to the
city and country trade. Goods open tor inspec?
tion previous to sale.' f. ??*?.v
Terms cash._ janl-smtawlmo
By WARDLAW & CABEW.
SALE OF STOCKS
Will oe sold at ll o'clock A. M. on-TUESDAY
next, 9th instant, in iront of the Postofflce the
rollo wine Stocks: '
$28C0 CHT STOCK
Itt shares South Caro Ina Railroad and Bank
47 shares Mt. Pleasant Ferry Company
10 shares Southern and Atlantic Telegraph
Company * . .
10 shares Atlantic Phosphate Company.
By lu M. MARSHALL & BROTHES.
SOUTH BAY RESIDENCE AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, ot* instant, at ll o'clock, win I
be sold, at east end Broad street,
That TH REE-STORY RESIDENCE, on brick
basement, No. - South Bay, next west of Legare
street, having ? rooms, pantry, dressing rooms,
piazza, brick kitchen, gas, cistern, Ac. Lot meas?
ures 86 by 160 feet, more or less, surrounded by
Terms easy-made known at sale.
3La c tuo neer s ' Pr ina t? Sal?, pt.
~ By K.M. MARSHALL ? BBO.,
Real Batate Brokers, No. 33 Broad St.
FOR SALE, THAT TISIRABLE RESI?
DENCE No. 84 Amen.1 Street. It has a tin
roof, cistern, doable piazza Ave rooms, beside*
attics, pantry and dressing roo ?o ; ?IBO, Kitchen or
four rooms, lhe Lot is very high and large.
Jane-1 . _ ?
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE,
Bo. 33 Broad Street.
ESTATE SALE.-THE PLANTATION
In colleton District, known as the "BEST,"
containing about isco acres of land, about ti of
which are Rice land, and 120 acres or cleared Cot?
ton and Corn land; the balance Timbered and.
The place lies on Horse Shue Urcek, waters of Ash*
epoo Elver. The Savannah and Charleston Rail
road runs near jr. _ decis-si
By LOUIS D. DeSACSSUBE.
FOR SALE, THE VALUABLE RICE
PLANTATION, known as "CROW ISLAND,"
in Georgetown District, on Crow Island Creek,
waters or North Santee River._decl8-s4
Bj LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE,
Bo. 93 Broad afreet.
FOR SALE, THE POINT PLACE
PLANTATION, on t?e Oketic River, Beau?
fort District, containing about 1210 acre?, 800 of
which ls cleared land, suitable for the culture of |
the finest sea island cotton and provisions. The
land ls weil timbered. On the Plantation ls a
dwelling-house with eight rooms, kitchen, barn,
store-house and negro houses._declfl s4
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE.
FOR SALE, THE PLANTATION IN
Charit ston District, on Wandoo River,
thirteen miles from Mount Pleasant, on both
sides of the Georgetown Hoad, 1400 acres; about
soo are cleared upland, 122 ncc land; balance in
wood, pine, swamp, Ac_declfl s4
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE,
Bo; 33 Broad- Street.
FOR SALE, TEE BEAUTIFULLY SIT?
UATED FARM on Cooper Blver, known aa
"The Retreat," about seven miles from the city,
containing from 214 te 260 acres. On the Pam
is a Brick Dwelling-house, two brick outbuildings,'
stables, Aa The location ls a beau tirol on?, and
commands a floe view of the river. The garden
walks were laid out with taste, and now have a ?
variety or Ornamental Trees in them. To one I
desiring a country residence near the city, lt
offers many ad vantages. _decifl-M
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSUBE,
. Bo. S3 Broad street.
LARGE MANSION HOUSE. -FOR SALE,
the large BRICK MANSION HOUSE, on
Meeting atreer, containing abont 14 rooms, with
lortrn entripa nnrt nnfhiHMIn?? nt hrlrlr. l.nr, MS
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSUBE,
No. S3 Broad Street.
FOR SALE, THE PLANTATION ON
John's Island, on the stono River, abont
ten m.les from Charleston, and abont one mlle
from Legarevllle, containing 334 acres of High
Land and about 100 acres of Rush Land, of which
about 61 acres are In woods, and the balance
cleared Sea Island Gotten and Provision La d.
On the place are a Dwelling-house, two cotton*
houses and negro boase;. decl6-?4
Britts and ?nnustiing <?ooos,
IN THE SOUTH.
ALL-WOOL 8HAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
WITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market,
ifliUinerrj, (Dressmaking, Ut.
RS. M. DUNLAP,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 364 KING STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW GI0B?B BTBEBT.
49? L?ECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUN?
TRY ORDBRS. dec7-thstnlmo
T?TB? M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING S T B E E T,
Would respectfuny mora the ladles that she
OPEN THIS DAY
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING in aU Its u-'anches attended to
as usual. Having obtained the Agency of Mdme.
DEMOREST'S CELE BRATED PAPE R PATTERNS,
ls now prepared to famish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTEBNS.
Country orders wtil receive prompt attention.
j^ I0W5?)ES & miEBALL,
T7ALmBLE lUOFi 'PtiANTAT?ON ON"
V : pombahee River, toown as "Kose Hill and
Pleasant HTit." ".. . "" , -
Under power of sa'e contained lu s mortgage
from. Rohert Cblsolm, Jr., Trustee, to Wm C. Bee,
Trustee, dated ist July, .1869, wti be sold at Pub ?
Ito Auction, at tie comer or Bast Bay and Broad?
streets, in Charleston, on TUESDAY, the sorb, day
or January. 1872, at il o'clock, . ' ' - "i ?'" .
All that PLANTATION on Combahee River, de?
scribe! in the conveyance made by Wm. C. Bee,
Trustee of Airs. Elizabeth H. Trapier and children,
to Robert Chlsolm. Jr., Trastee, tn accordance
with the order of Hon. R, B. Carpenter, ?Judm of
the First Circuit, dated 1st Jniy, ?S70, as '.alithat
Tract or Land comprising the two Plantation?
called .Pleasant Hill' and .Bote Hill,' and the ad?
joining Tract called .Rugerson's,* OT 'Roger's
Wood,? situate, lying and being on Combabee.
-River, in Colleton County, la the Staie aforesaid,
mease-ring and containing twenty-one Hundred ,
and seventy-six (21 jAj acres, more or tess; batting
and boundlog to the north partly on Lands or E.
Barnwell Hey ward, and partly on other Landa of .
the said Wm. C. Bee, Trustee cf Mrs. E. BL Trap*
<ier; to the easton Lands- of D. Blaire Heyward
and E. Barnwell Hey ward," saving and except*
lng three hundred and nrty-three and thres-ojaaf
ters (353X) acres from the northwest corner of
said Tract, sold by the Auditor .? Colleton County
at delinquent land,sale for.taxes, and purchased
by the said Win. C. Bee, as appears by certificate- -
of th? said Auditor, dated January 2d, mt' . J
The said mortgage to secure the credit portion
of the purchase money having been made In pur*
BUB nee or the trust contained in the deed of con*
voyance.aforesaid, and containing^ power or
sale to tue said Wm. C. Bes, upon default or pay?
ment, without rea#rt. to any court for foreclosure
or mortgage. . -
The said Plantation ls nndOT lease to I&?&
sel until ist January, 1876, and: ts ?old subject to
said lease. Possession given on Ht January. 1875.
Tam-^one-iblrdcash; balance payable in one
and two years.,, with lutertst from day of saie,pay
able semi-annually, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mor tgage or the property. Pnrahaaer
to pay for all requisite papers ana revenue
stamps.1 . Jan8,is,i7,-?-:
Bj J. DBATTON JPOBD. v '. ;
VALUABLE LANDS IN CLABENDOi?
, COUNTY. ' -.' [?"?
Will be sold near the Post-office, at east end ol
Broad street, ia Ohdneston, on TUESDAY, tia?
16th iannary, at ll o'clock A. M., by order of the
Administrator of the Estate,
Teat valuable PLANTATION knows as "SPRINCI
P LA INS," on the Santee, -at Nelson's Ferry, la?
cia rendon County. The property consista of 2760
acrea of ont quant r com. Cotton and Provision
Land, and 1825 acres low Land, heavily timbered.
This will present an opportunity of purchasing
tirit-cia-'B Planting and Timber Lands at a low
Terms-One-third cash; balance try bond of pur?
chaser, payab e In one and two equal annual In*
atalmenie from day of sile, with interest semi?
annually, secured by mortgage of property. Far
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. DRAYTON FORD, Broker.- -
Janfl,ll,l6_No. 88 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
REFEREE'S SALE.-AGCABEE FARM;
? ate of South Carolina, Richland County
Wade Hampton, Administrator, Plaintiff, against
Catherine M. Hampton, Christopher Fi Hampton.
Richard 0. Richardson, and others, Defendant?.
In obedience to an order, dated the 9;h day of
December, 1871, and signed by the Hom Samuel"
W. Melton, Judge of thei Fifth Circuit of the'Sta-?,
of South Carolina, the undersigned will sen on
the second MONDAY lo January next, 1872. in
the City of Charleston, at li o'clock A, M., at tba
corner or East Bay and Broad street.
The following TRACT OR PARCELS OF LAND,.
to Wlti . .- .
A TRACT OF LAND situated on Charleston*
Neck, east side or Ashley uiver, containing sixty -
seven and a hah* acres land, known as a part oil
Accabee Farm, bounded north by lands of Harv
east by lands of Hart and -the South Carolina
Railroad, south by lands of Ward Mott and landa
or Heyward, west , by lands of John s. Preston
and wife, as will more fully appear by reference
to tho plat of Wm. M. Ramsay, surveyor, now la
the office of the Clerk or Conn for Richland*
county. - . . .
That TRACT OF LAND containing one hundretf
and twelve 50-100 acres, more or less;, sixty-one
acres high wooded land,-and fifty-one 50 io?-' flat
marsh land, situated between the main State
road and L-mg Point Creek, known aa apart af
the Stromboia Farm; bounded north by lands or
John L. Manning and children, east bv Long.
Point creek, south by lands nf John s. preston,
and wire, and on the west by the publie road:
from Oharleston to Columbia. Reference ls made -
to the plat of Wm. M. Ramsay, now in the clerk**
office for Richland Count.-, a ?
Terms or sale-One-third cash; balance m one
and two years, credit portion tb be ip??recr"by
bond or the pure?aser and mQrJ?atrB 0' 1 he Prem
Jane-2 Special Refere?.
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
more or less. Bounded on the north by lands of
the Kt. Rev. Dr. Lynch, sooth by lands now or
late of Mrs. Berner, east bylands of Rt. Ber. Div.
Lynch, and weat by Friend r'reefc -
Termi-One-f ur th cash; balance in one, two* *
and three years; credit p. rt lon secured by bond .
or bonds of the purchaser and mortgage of tha,
premlses, with Interest-from flay-or*?a:e." Pur?
chaser to pay ns for all necessary-papers and
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
LOT SOUTH SIDE CUMBERLAND
will be sold, on THURSDAY, nth day of Jana- -
?ry, 1872, at the Old Postoffioe, at ll o'clock, " -
All that desirably located LOT on the south tile
Cumberland street, near Meeting. street; measur?
ing ia nont on Cumberland street 85 f?*t 7
inches, on east une no feet, hack Una 93 feet,7
inches, and west une ill feet, be the same more
or less; bounded north by Cumberland street,
eafft by lands formerly of Dr. J. w. schmidt,,
deceased, now Dr. Robert Lebby, south by ceme?
tery of the Circular church, and west by lands
now or late or F. 0. Rolando, .more particularly
delineated in Plat of R. K. Payne, recorded In
Register of Mesne Conveyance, Charleston Coun?
ty, Plat Book A No. 1, page 106.
. Terms-One-fou th cash; balance m one, two
and three yearn, credit portion secured by bond
er bonds of the purchaser and mortgage Of the
premises, with interest from day of Bale. Par
chaser to pay ns for all necessary papers and
stamps._ . . dec29-ftnawth5
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
STORE No. 318 KING STREET.
Will be sold, on THURSDAY, Uth day of
January, 1812, at the Old Postoffice, at U o'clock.
That large and desirable located BRICK STORE,
situated on tte east'side of King street, next to
Merchant's Hotel, andr known as No. 318; hound?
ed on north by lands now or late of Robt. Pennal?
east by lands nowor late of Estate Kerr Boyce,
south by landanow ?rlate Estate Kerr Boyccand
west by King street, containing In front on King
street 22 feet, north 152 reet, east 23 feet, and
south 122 feet, be the.Bame more or lesa.
Terms-One third cash; balance In one and two
years, credit portion secured by bond or bonds or
the purchaser and mortgage or the premises,
with interest rrom day or sale: buildings to be
insured and policy asslgoed. Purchaser to pay
us for ah necessary papers and stamps.
By B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Executors of JOHN H. TOCKER, deceased?
against the Dev.sers and Legatees of J. H.
By vit tue or a decree made in this case, by
the Honorable R.F. Graham, Judge ot the First
Circuit, I will offer for sale at pubUc Auction, on.
THURSDAY, the nth day or January, A. D. 1872.
at ll o'clock, In the forenoon, at the old Post
offlce, at the foot of Broad 8'ree% in Charleston,
ihe following REAL ESTATE, 'ltnate in George?
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John H. Tucker, to wit : -
The PLANTATION known as WU1 Brook; also,
the Plantation known as Litchfield; also, the
Lands on sandv. Island; also, .the Plantation
known as Glenmere; also; the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; also the Plantation known aa.
A more accurate description or these Planta?
tions will be given in a future advertisement.
Terms-One third cash; remainder in one, two
and three years, to be secured by bond or bonds
or the purchasers, bearing interest at the rate,*?
seven per cent, per ananm, payable annually
from the day of sale, and a mortgage of the prop?
erty purchased. Purchaser to pay Referee lot
papers and stamps.'
SAMUEL LORD, JB., Reft ree
Ay Georgetown paper please insert once
a a eek for three weeks. decli-thstuls..
By permission or tbe Court or Probate, I
wilt offer ror Bale on TUESDAY, January ?, 1872,.
at the residence or the late N. F. Bynum, in*
Richland County, eight n?les rrom Kingsville^
South CaroUna Railroad, and two from Acton?
Wilmington, Colombia and Augusta Railroad,
AH tne PERSONAL ESTATE or the deceased,
consisting or HORSES, Mmes, Cattle, Sheep, Corp, .
Fodder, Peas, Cotton Seed. Wagons, Harness,
Carriages.' Farming Utensils, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, and Miscellaneous Articles.
Terms cash. JNO. T. BYNUM,
Jjn3-Mc3 '* Qualified Executor.
BARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS A?I?
BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper Cotter, win be soid low tor cash. J*neaw
sew, cuts 28 inches, and has an extra knife, ao
charge for package. Price $40. Apply?]T?
NBws Job omce. mun