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49* HB. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., is the au?
thorized travelling agent of THE NEWS for
lower Sooth Carolina.
Meeting? This Day.
B. W. Gran''. Lodge, L 0.0. F., of South
Carolina, at 9 A. M.
German Friendly Society, at 12 M.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 7 P. M.
Marlon Blfle Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
Tyre Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tnt* Day.
Leitch ? BrunB will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at the east end of Maj ket Btreet, stock
of cigar store and barroom.
Miles Dra'<e will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, bats, &c.
B. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at half- j
past 10 o'clock, at their office, horses and
THE VIRGINIA SAILS THURSDAY Noos.-ThlB
superior iron steamship of the regular Phila?
delphia line is appointed to sail to-morrow,
for Philadelphia, at noon. Shippers are re?
quested to be punctual with their deliveries.
SALI OP CITY STOCK.-$2650 in city stock, in
five certificates of various amount?, was sold
yesterday morning at auction, by Holmes ?
Macbeth, for flfiy-fuur and. a hall cents on the
dollar, cash. *
CLUBS AND STARS.-A Bingle offender be?
fore the Mayor's court yesterday morning at
tested the watchfulness of Clubs and Stars.
He had been found lying in Meeting street,
near Market, in a maudlin v?tate, and was
fined one dollar for his spree.
GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-The one hun?
dred and sixth anniversary of the Ge cm an
Friendly Society takes place to-day at the hall
Of the Freundschat ts ound. The members will
assemble at 12 M., for business and the elec?
tion of officers. Dinner will be served at 5
LICENSES.-The period allowed by the ordi?
nance for. taking ont licenses 1B rapidly draw?
ing to a Tlose, and ail who object to having
the usual .pe na Hy added, to the price Of their
licenses should come forward at ono?. Bot
four days remain before the 20th, and the ap?
praiser is ready to attend to all comers.
OYSTERME^IN Q?OD.-Joseph Morris, Bich?
ard Legare i and John My erholt the three
parties arrested on the charge of ealing
oysters from the Truesdale beds, off Sullivan's
Island, on Thursday afternoon, were brought
before a, tria I jue Lice yesterday, and, after an*
extolua??D, committed for trial fut tue next
ter?5hne Conrt'of General Sessions.
FIRE.-There was an alarm of fire up-town on
Holiday evening, about eight o'clock, caused
by the ignition pf the roof of the kitchen on
the premises No. 312' Meeting street, near
Line, from sparks falling from the chimney.
The^ames were soon extinguished through
the energetic af ela tanca of .Lhe neighbors and
the poll ca, with tittie or rio "damage to the
building. No bella were rung.
COTTON STEALING.-Yesterday afternoon
three- small colored boy s were discovered on
Adger's wharf pulling the cotton from the
bales and packing it in small bags, with which
they were aimed. The wharf detective, made
a descent upon the party, and after an exciting
chase captured one of the culprits, by name
Abraham Turner. The others.made good
their escape, but are known. ; Abraham will
explain before the Mayor thia morning.
CRUMBS.-The name of Captain John Car
nighan was accidentally [omitted from the
published list of the trustees of the Sailors'
The buildings destroyed by the recent fire
at Florence were distinct p'aces of business,
though adjoining. That In which the fire ori?
ginated waB .occupied by Mr. Buchhelt, while
the other was occupied by F. L. Schouboe
.JDAX LODGE, NO. 93, L 0. B. B.-The in?
stallation of the following officers of the above
benevolent society took place on Sunday, the
7th ultimo: P. Wiueman, president; D.
Bentscbner, vice-president; asher D. Cohen,
secretary; S. S. Solomons, financial secretary;
J. Sprlnz, treasurer; P. P. Nathaniel, senior
mentor;' Louis Cohen, assistant mentor; 8.
Strtvnss, warden; H. We the rh o rn, outside
guardian; E. Hantone, trustee.
" THE PUBLIC SOHOOLS.-A meeting ot the
School commissioners from the various wards
was held on Hoaday evening for the purpose
.of electing teachers to fill certain vacancies
Which had occurred. Hiss Boach was elected
to the St. Philip street school, and Miss Mc
Elroy was elected to the Normal School, vice
Hiss Gunn, who -resigned. The remainder
were rel erred to the o mm las i oners of the
vari?os schools to ascertain the vacancies and
ffil the Same temporarily by appointment.
1A PRISONER WOUNDED.-All of the Eu-Elux
prisoners, sentenced by Judge Bryan at the
late term of the Circuit Court in Columbia,
have been sent back to serve out their terms
oj imprisonment in the jails ot the counties
where their offences were committed. Fit
teen of them were sent back to Union, and
started for their destination on Friday last.
On the way up one of them while riding with
his ann resting upon the window ot the car
had it violently tarn off by a tank or car with
which it came in contact. Medical aid was
afforded' the sufferer, and lt is hoped that he
w?l recover, ihe accident occurred on the
Greenville Railroad, some distance below
THE CONFEDERATE HOME ANNIVERSARY To
Niqpr.-Let none of us forget to be, if possi?
ble, at the Music Hall of the Academy of Music
at half-past seven o'clock to-night. Mr. Chad?
wick has kindly'placed this beautiful and
spacious room at the disposal of the ladies ot
the Home for their anniversary. Those who
remember the interest given to these exer?
cises last year, will need no prompting to
make s ac nu ce, if need be, to be present. The
room will be open to all. The Rev. Messrs.
Johnson and Drayton, of the Episcopal
Church; the Be v. Dr. Girardeau, of the Pres?
byterian; Dr. WI D kier, of the Baptist; Dr.
Wightman, of the Methodist, and Rev. W. 8.
Bowman, of the Lutheran Church, are to take
part in the exercises.
Silas .OF?BBA?;%BTATE.-The following Teal
estate was sold yesterday morning at public
By Leitch <fc Brans : The Spring Island plan?
tation, In Beaufort County, dlrecily opposite
Foot Peint, about three thousand acres of high
land, for 18600.
Trait of pine land on the main, belonging 't0
thfl est?te o? the late George Edward? rf?T
Terms' one-third cash, an* m balance in
three equal annual in 3t^,'ltX?entg
By B. M. ?&rstdil ? Br?l: The;residence No.
^3^*$ street, opposite, Aiken's Park,
seventy-three feet In front, oy. one hundred and
ninety feet deep, for ^500; one-fourth cash,
anti the balance in o'je, two and three years.
BEIDVILLE FEMALK COLL?GE.-We would
c?tl our reade ri' attie nil on to the advertise?
ment of this Institution, situated In Spartan
burg District. It Las one of the ablest female
faculties in the South, and makes no charge
lor the tuition of the daughters of ministers of
any denomination or Confederate soldiers kill-;
ed in the war. The president is from Rich?
mond, Va. He is, we learn, a son-in-law of
the late Bichard K. Oralle, of Virginia, well
known in this State as the editor of the works
of Mr. Calhoun. . _
IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS.-A few days
ago a party of thieves made a raid upon the
hardware atore of Messrs. Hart & Co., at the
corner of Harket and Ring streets, pd car?
ried off a lot of goods, the value of which is
not yet ascertained. Yeaterday the detectives
obtained a clue and arrested Ed. Bay, colored,
and Henry Vanderhorst, white, two boys, on
suspicion. A close search ofr t he scene of the
arrest revealed a lot of saucepans, smoothing
irons, <fec, and it is hoped that all of the sto?
len property will yet be recovered. Th? two
boys are held on the charge of larceny and va?
grancy, and will Interview the Hayor this
MEETING OP COUNCIL.-A special raeetlDg of
Council was held last evening at the usual
hour. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen O'Neill,
Bowen, Smith, Michaels, Gagev Garrett, Kenny,
Voigt, Sweegan,'Glover, Johnston, Taylor,
Moran, Brown, Slm?nds, Pelzer and SIgwald.
The reading of the minutes of the last meet?
ing having been deferred, the death of Alder?
man Garden, which occurred about an hour
previous, was announced to Council.
On motion of Alderman O'Neii lt was unani?
mously resolved that, as a mark of respect to
the memory of Alderman Elias Garden, Coun?
cil adjourn to meet subject to the call of the
Mayor; also, that Council assemble at the place
of invitation to attend his funeral service.
Council then adjourned.
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court
was opened at 10 o'clock yesterday morning.
Hon; Geo. 8. Bryan presiding. The following
appointments were announced: J. H. Schreiner
to be assistant clerk of the court. Bailiffs, W.
D. Hannifin, S. J. Coates, J. B. Mushlngton,
L. C. Gordon and H. H. William?.
The additional Jurors having all answered,
the grand jury was formed as follows: M. H.
Nathan, foreman; Isaac Reea, Wm. B. Shaw,
A. R. Taft, Chris. Burke, W. A. Wilson. Jos.
W. Harrisson, Hutson Lee, A. L. Tobias, N. A.
Hunt, Sydney Eckhardt, Jacob Bells, Phillp
Salters, Robert Howard, Jr., John Burck h al?
ter, Richard Green, W. J. Jerrold. Jas. John?
son, Gee. Connor. E. Daly, of Tipperary
County, Ireland, was made a clllzeo. The
case of the State vs. the Spartanbnrg and
Union Railroad was resumed, and the argu?
ments of Messrs Buist and Evans for the road,
and Mr. Chamberlain for the State, were
heard. After which the court adjourned un?
til ten o'clock this morning.
THE CHARLESTON LIGHT DRAGOONS.-Under
this hame a cavalry company was organized
In Charleston In 1622. but the troop had In
fact existed-much earlier In the present cen?
tury. It was always an independent company,
ind until 1861 had its parades and contests in
time of 'peace with the 'drack cavalry com?
panies ofihe'neighboflog cilles. lAt the' ont'
break of the Secession war, the troop first en?
tered the State service, but soon after .volun?
teered for the war, and was organized into the
Fourth South Carolina Cavalry, Colonel B. H.
Rutledge commanding. Il s war record ls con
jplouously honorable, a very large proportion
rjf its members having sealed with their blood,
upon the battle-fields of Virginia, their devo?
tion to the Southern cause. Since the war lt
las been the earnest desire of the survivors of
the troop to keep the old company together,
md on the 9th Instant they organized into a
permanent association, under the name of the
"Charleston Light Dragoons Association."
rhe lollowlng officers were chosen: Colonel
B. H. Rutledge, president; Lionel C. Nowell,
senior warden; John C. Bickley, junior ward?
en; N. C. Pal i rey, secretary and treasurer.
In addition to the usual charities, we learn
that a chief object of the association, ia to
erect a titting monument to the memory of
those of their company who fell during the
THE COTTON SHIPMENTS OF CHARLESTON.
Contrary to expectations, there 13 a very large
movement of cotton goiog forward, and our
port seems to gather an Increasing volume of.
business. Air the steam lines are fully em?
ployed, and,-" on the "New York ronte. the
steamships are increasing the number of their
trips, and taking out very large cargoes, '.The
Beorgla, Champion and South' Carolina;' thu
week, to New York alone, will move the equi?
valent of a thousand bales a day, while the
Baltimore and Phlladalphia steamers promise
lo have lull employment. We are informed
thal cotton ls now reaching this port from
Memphis, Nashville, Selma, Macon and the
lumerons intermediate depots, and, also,
tom all the upper and eastern counties of
>ur own State-a gratifying evidence of the
ntelllgent and far-reaching railroad manage?
ment which, In spite of great obstacles, pre?
sents so satisfactory a result. The advantages
presented by this port are not exceeded any?
where. We have an outlook .from our wharves
iver the broad Atlantic itself, and railway
ines through the whole cotton belt, and be?
yond as far as St. Louis and Louisville. These
acuities of transportation, by sea and land
ifford promise of a great future to our Dust?
less community. With confidence in our
iel ves and in the destiny of our city, and, with
lard and persistent work on the part of her
iitizens, the prosperity of Charleston is as
Hotel Arrivals-January 16.
J. E. Baker and wife, Edgefleld; C. H. Camp,
louth Carolina; G. H. Gilrealb, Pendleton; F.
il. Pope, Anderson; James Wardlaw, wife and
hree children, Norfolk; W. V. Sarvls, L. C.
Dowe.", Savannah; Henry Weldon, Ed?sto; W.
3. Woody, Marlon; D. A. Beatson, New York;
?V. Y. Blanton, Barnwell; Mr. and Mr. War?
lock, Orangeburg; John McKenzie and wife,
Columbia; Mrs. D. W. Coleman, Macon.
* ' " MILLS H0U8E.
N. Ryland, Richmond, Va.; G. W. Lincoln,
I. Y. ErvIn, Savannah, Ga.; James Bussell,
few York; W. A. Holt, Susan Holt, Callfor
ila; Geo. Soulhbach and wife, New York; S.
,?. Wright, North Carolina; D. P. Ludington,
iassachnsetts; C. J. Andel!, John's Island; A.
? Foster, Georgetown; J. W. Atkinson, Wll
nlngtoD, N. C.; 8. D. Ross, Philadelphia.
A. Salcedo, Savannah; J. H. Griffin, A. ck G.
tallroad; J. H. Condlt, New Jersey; J. U. Ans
ey, G. W. Beckwith, R. E. Cunningham, Au
,-ust?; H. Elmer, F. H a vii and, New York; J.
L Brooks, South Carolina; J. P. Boyce, Mrs,
ioyce and child, Greenville; F. H. Tubbs, P.
:rippln? New York; T. Evana, C. C. Bonham,
forth Carolina; B, E. Butts, Van Whltvels,
lias M. E. Van Whitvels, New York; D. Mal?
oy, Cheraw; Wa Cooper, Geo. E. Prit chet t,
Villiamsburg; Mrs. Wm. P. Jenks and Jno. J.
enks, Philadelphia; Hrs. John J. Patterson,
Vm. H. Patterson, J. H. Patterson and sister,
;olumbla; Col. W. H. Moore and son, S. R.
r\?ak, Virginia; Mr. and lire. Warnock,
DEATH OF ALDERMAN ELIAS GARDEN.-Tbs
["death of this ros peetabie colored cit' zens Was
announced last evening to Council, and the
news spreading quickly throughout the city
was the occasion of general regret. Alderman
?Garden was a native Charles tonian, and was
born,ot free and respectable parents about the
year 1819. He received the rudiments of edu?
cation under old Dr. Munns, and when a youth
became an apprentice to a butcher in the Mar?
ket. He followed this occupation for the rest
of bis life, and for the last twenty years the
stand served under his superintendence has
been, well known to our citizens. By close
attention to business he had amassed a
competence, and at the breaking out of
the war owned a considerable amount of real
estate and other property.. He was known as .
an honest, liberal and consistent Republican.
Quiet and unobtrusive in character, he attend?
ed , to his business without mingling In the
political broils of the lastVfew years. His In?
fluence among the respectable colored people,
and the real worth of the man, caused him to
be selected as a candidate from Ward 6 by the
Citizens' party last summer, and the Interest
wbioh be felt in the welfare of his native city
induced him to accept the nomination. Since
his,election he han always been present for
the faithful discharge of his duties until the
last meeting of Council when illness prevent?
ed. He has al coe been gradually si uk 1 og, and
expired yesterday afternoon at six o'clock,-at
bia residence in Coming street, near Vander
horst, after an illness of fifteen days' duration.
He was a member of St. Mark's Church, where
his funeral services will take place to-day and
be attended by the Mayor and Aldermen.
MOI?TCARY BEPOBT FOB' TETE WEEK
The following is the official return of deaths
for the City ot Charleston, for the week end?
ing Saturday last, January 13,1871 :
BLACKS OR COL?
Tr Ismus N as
Want of Vitali?
1 0 I 0
3 4 a
Whites 2, Blacks and Colored ll-total le. and
Under l year o: age.
Between 20 and so years or aga....
[ Between 30 and 40 years or age....,
Between 4Q and so years or age_
Between so and 60 years of age....
Between 80 aha 90 years or age_
Oso. S. PBLZSR, M. D.,
AN OLD FRIEND WITH A NEW FACE_
Housekeepers who look sharply to their in?
terests will not fail to notice the reappear?
ance in the business arena of the well-known
old-time King street grocer, Mr. N. M. Porter.
See advertisements in another column.
A RARE CHANCE lor an enterprising man is
offered in the sale to-day, by Leitch & Bruns,
ot the barroom und cigar store near the Mount |
Pleasant Ferry wharf. 8ee advertisement.
REMOVED.-John Commins has removed
from No. 131 Meeting street to No. 308 King
street, six doors above the Masonic Hall, and
has received a few cases.ot Men's Heavy Calf
Congress Gaiters and Balmorals, with steel
quilted soles, a very superior and durable shoe
for wear. _ _ Janl7-W86
ONE THOUSAND PAIRS WINDOW SHADES,
I just received, all new patterns and are beauti
I ful designs. For Bale at reduced prices by
KINSMAN BROS. Jan 17-1
ONE HUNDRED dozen of the celebrated
Diamond Whit J Shirts, made at New York ]
Mills and of Richardson's Linen, at $2 ana
$2 50. FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 |
King street! _"*_ Janis
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re-1
eel ved one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Nole Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
CROQUET ! CROQUET I-The cheapest in the
city. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
AT FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co.'s, 50 dozen
of best Black Kid Gloves, Nos. 6-3, G, 64, will j
be closed out at 75 cents a pair-worth $2.
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
any sold heretofore. HABEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT MEWS-ROOM. dec20
CHEILLET'S PARK KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves wiil be taken back
even after wear, for any Imperfections, Buch as
tearing or ripping.
Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
Tippn-m London, 63 Begent street.
UEFOTB New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
TURC no OTT, BENEDICT ? Co., Bole Agents
for Charleston. _ nov3-6moa
ONE HUNDRED Japanese Silk Patterns, re?
duced from $10 60 lb 8 50. FURCHGOTT, BENE?
DICT & Co., No. 244 King street. Janl5
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of j
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
15, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East |
Bay News Room. decH
pB* ON MARRIAGE.
Happy relief for Tonng Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re?
stored, .Nervous debility cured. Impedimenta
to Marriage removed. New method or treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sooth
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa, _ootia
^BATOHEIiOB'S HAIR DYE-THIS
SUPERB.HAIR DYE ia the liest in the toorJd-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. Ko
disappointment. No ridiculous tinta or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, bnt
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug
gists. Factory No. 1? Bond street, New York.
HABLES T O N, S. C.,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 AND M.
ONLY SOUTHERN. SHOW.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
HAIGHT A CO.'S
CIRCUS, MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE,
MOST MAGNIFICENTLY COLOSSAL ESTA
BLISHMENT ON EARTH.
In order to accommodate the thousands who
were turned from its doors m this city, one year
ago, lt returns after a season of brilliant suc?
cesses augmented to ponderous proportions, with
TH KEE MAMMOTH PAVILIONS, entirely distinct
and separate-one for the Menagerie; one for the
Museum, and the other for the eirena; all, how?
ever, for.One Price of Admission.
Before every Afternoon Exhibition, a GRAND
FREE BALLOON ASCENSION will be given, and
Mr. HARRY HAMBOLD will- traverse a Single
Wire from the ground to the top of the canvas
and return-a Grand Gratuitous Dual Spectacle.
The Managemen , at an enormous expense,
have purchased the entire und complete Menage?
rie or thc late colonel Ci T. AMES, which,in con?
junction with the r own, mates the largest and i
most splendid co lection nf zoological wonders la
theworld, embr^olng SIXTEEN MASSIVE DENS
OF LIVING WILD ANIMALS, the Monster Ele?
phant BISMARCK, and tho Baoy Elephant "Pet,"
R? yal Bengal Tiger, Terrestrial Sloth, Chetah, or
Hunting Leopards, Spotted and Laughing Hye?
nas, and or Monkeys and Birds an endless variety;
two Dens of Performing Lions, Tigers ?nd Pan?
thers, and a Lioness and Six Baby Cubs only two
In the Arenle Department will be found all the
old favorites, and many Performers or world-wide
renown whose faces are new here; among them
the great CARROLL FAMILY-W. B. CARROLL,
the Veteran Two and Four Horse Rider; Madame
CARROLL,Eqnegtriene, La Petite ANNIE,the Baby
Wonder, (o.ily six years old,) In her startling act J
of Equitation, and the Boy Prodigy, Master WIL?
LIE, the only Cnild Sommante and Piroquette
Kider In the world; the great MIACO BROTHERS,
the splendid JErlai Gym-oasts, and Mons. 0. LEE
FOWLER, the elegant and accomplished Jester.
Doors open 111 and halt-past 6 o', lock P. M.
Beautiful Carpeted Seats for Ladles wlthont j
Extra Charge. No smoking allowed inside the
loOO barrels warranted Pore Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER. For sale hy
HERMANN BULWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
ffiniloring, itarnisI]ing ?ooite, Ut.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 329 KING STREE",
Invite attention to their large and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
CLOT HI TST?- r\
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY-MADE SUITS for au ages, from the
smallest, boy to the largest man.
Dress and Business Snits of all descriptions.
Elegant Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Derby and
Plain Sack Suits, Fine English Walking coats and
Snits of all colors, Single and Double Breasted
Black Frock Coats, Black Doeskin and Fahey Cas
slmerc Ureas Punts,' Velvets, Miks, Cloth, Castor
Beaver and Oasslmere Vests, manufactured
nuder oar own observation. We are therefore
sore of a good nt and durable work. >
Is saoplled with the flnest selection of BROAD?
CLOTHS, Doeskins, Castor Beavers, Chinchilla
Diagonals, Meltons, and all styles or Oassimeres
for Busines Suits. Velvets, Silas, Plush and cash?
mere Vestings. And a variety of handsome Pan?
taloon patterns, which we make np to order by
measure at the shortest'notice, and guarantee
Hist class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, imported and Domestic Merino
Shaker Flannel, All-Wool Underwear Goods, Half
Hose, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Linen and
Paper Cnffs and Collars, Imperial Alexander and
Courvolsicr'8 Kid Gloves And a-fud assortment
of Buckskin, Dogskin,'.Beaver and Casa Gloves.
And a very large assortment or silk, Alpaca and
Scotch Gin g ham Water-Proof [140} Umbrellas.
Oar Stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and prices marked very low in plain figures.
Our motto ls quick sales and small profits, fair
dealings. Goods may be returned if not satisfac?
tory. Buyers in oar llae will find lt to their ad
vantage to give na a call._octl0-3mos
THE B EST
IN THE SOUTH.
ALL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
WITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES Hi
ELEGANT NECK WEAR.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.h
J W. S TTTLT N D , '
NAVAL STORES BROKER,
MARSHALL'S WHARF, EAST END CALHOUN
STREET, CHARLESTON, & C.
LITE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TILE SOL'THEHN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STRUT,
Dyes and Gleans, by means of steam, Gentle
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
ip with the Soft or Man o fae tore ra' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
49~ Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER,.Proprietor.
NEW AN1> CHEA?
J. R. READ,
No. 263 KING STREET,
. . ' .# "?
Respec tinily ano ounces that he has Jost ra ceiv
ed a CHOICE LOT OF DRESS GOODS,, to Wilch.
he Invites attention.
COBURGS 4ND POPLINS,
At>?5cents a yard, worih 35 cents.
STRIPED AND PLAID DRESS GOODS.
At ?5 and 28 cents per yard, worth 37
This Day Received,
ALL-WOOL SERGES, .. . .MERINOS,
WOOL VELOURS, POPLIN MOHAIRS,
And other DESIRABLE DR5"SS GOODS, at 49c,
75:., and 91 per yard.
RICH BLACK SILKS.
COLORED SILKS, IRISH POPLINS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, In great variety.
REFT VELOURS, for Trimming?, bot i in Black,
" . White and Colors.
J. FL READ.
NEW BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS,
Received per late Steamers,
STYLISH AND CHEA P..
I have now the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT?
ED STOCK OF CLOAKS, SACQUES, JACKETS,
Ac,, to be found In the city, all of which Will he
aold at LOW PRICES, for CASH.
J. Ft. READ.
RIBBONS, FANCY NECKTIES,
Table Damasks, (very superior.)
Fine Towels, Napkins, Linens,
. . Black Silk Parasols, (new.)
.GENTLEMEN'S SCARFS !
FINE HAIR BRUSHES, COMB9,
Lubln's Extracts, French Pomade.
BLACK DRESS TR IM MIN C8 I
VELVET RIBBONS, BUTTONS, Ac, Ac
oct27-mwfSmoB No. 203 KINO ST.
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
FHG0?T, BENEDICT & CO.
Are Offering the GREATEST CHANGE OF THE
SEASON in order : o make room for
FlRfHGOTT. BENEDICT & CO.
2 cases 10-4 ALL WOOL BLANKETS $S 75, worth
2 cases ll 4 Superfine only $5, worth $7.
1 case Colored Opera Flannel 35c.
White Flannels 2D per cent reduction.
2 cases Canton Flannel only 12c, werth lac.
Ff RCnfiOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
1 case Black LUSTRE ALPACA 25c
BALANCE OF DRESS GOODS,
H LES, POPLINS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS. AT COfeT.
MHCOIT, BENEDICTA CO.
2 cases of KENTUCKY JEANS 12c
l case Waterproofs, 6-4, $i io.
. Balance of Caaslmeres, Beavers, Broadcloth,
)oeskln8; Ac, at greatly rednced prices.
One thousand dollars worth of all colora TAR
JETASS will be closed ont at Importer's price.
Also a large assortment of SASHES, BOWS and
The balance of our stock of CARPETS, RUGS
md DRUGGETS will be sold ont at great sacrl
FrUCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
r &nrt?m Sales-fiifne ?ap. ,
By WW T. LEITCH &-R. S. BBUNS.
TC7ILL BE SOLD THISff? ; TH?.
TT 17th Instant, at half past,io o'clock, on
ihe premises at the eas; <e; d of Market street,
ne?the Ferry Wharf,/ - ?? v : ? <,-?
The STOCK IN TRADE of the Cigar Store and.
Barroom, consisting, of . Cigar?, Tobacco, Ll
quors, Ac. .
-. " ALSO.- ' '?" -*'
: The FURNITURE, such' as Looking:: Glasses,
Tables, Chairs, Desks, and the Barroom Fbi iure?.
??0'., Ac. . . .a??
The UNEXPIRED LKAcs? of the paid premises,
containing six rooms in all, lor fonr yean and
Terms casa* . . ;..-.'
T.ie above may be treated for at .private sale
previous to the.honr of sale._janlT
B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TT7ILL SELL THIS DAT, AT HALF
T T past io o'clock, at Ko. 33 Broad street,. :
HORSES AND MULES. - Janl7 ?
By WM. MoKAY.
DEY AND, , FANC GOODS.
- Will be aa'd TBIS ' ' Y, Wednesday at 10
o'clock, at No.-UO Meeting street, to - close con?
signments, without reserve.
Pieces SATINETS GINGHAMS, Prints, SUI rt -
log, Ready-made Clothing; Ladles' "Balmorals,
Hosiery and Fahpy Goods, .., " ''?<,'
ALSO. ?'". ,
Two cf Howe's Celebrated SEWING MACHINES,
new. * " " ' -,
Terms cash. , , " . Janl7
Sj MILES DRAKE.
GL O TH IN G, HATS, & C.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock,.I will sell, at
my store, corner King and Liberty streets,.
A large and well assorted line of MEN'S . AND
BOYS' CLOTHI.NG, DATS. AC, consisting In part
of Men's Beaver, Satinet and. Chtn?h ilia Over?
coats and Pea Jackets, Casslmere land Satinet
Frock and -Sacks, Silk Mixed and Melton Suits,
:Oaielmere and Velvet Vests, Satinet sid Cassi?
ni ere Pants, Striped Satinet ? and ' Casalmere (by
piece,), ningham and Checks, Ladies! Shawls.
?Nubltra, Sscnnea,-Mantillas, Cloaks and Balmoral
Skirts, Men's White and tFancy shirts, Under?
shirts and Drawers, Cravat?, Brown Woollen and
Colton Hi If . Bose, A Cn Ac.
' ' ALSO,
A One lot of Men's, Boys' and Women's HATS,
Just received. Jaul'.
By LOWNDES & GRLMBALL.
HOUSE AND LOT IN SMITH STREET
. . AT AUCTION., .
, wm be a ld THURSO Af, January 25, 1572, at
the east end Broad street, at ll o'clock,
All teat LOT OF LAND, with, the Buildings
thereon, on the ea; t side of Smith street, north of
Calhoun,..known as No. 52; butting and bound?
ing,' measuring and containing north on Land of
Thomas Lesesne. ninety-seven 8-10 feet: east?
wards on Lands: late of Elizabeth Wlliamson
(88 7-10) thlrty-tnree 7-10 feet; southwardly on
Land oi D. Ambler (88 4 10) eighty-three 4-10 feet;
westward!; on smith street (33 3-10) thirty-three
3 10 feet, be all of the same dimensions more
or less, all or which ls more fully Betftrthby
reference had to plat made by J. h. Branch,
dated April 18, I860, and known in said plat us
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
y tai s, secured by bond and mortgage; property
tobe insured ami policy assigned. Purchasers to
pay L. & G. for papers anl stamps. ...,
Janl7,2L,g*igS 1 ? :_- : ? ? . ?
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
CATALOGUE SALE OP VALUABLE
WiU be sold on THURSDAY, 13th instant, at
my oince, No. 66 Broad street; at li o'clock,
A Rare and Valuable collection of BOOKS be?
longing to an Estates
catalogues of the above can be had at my
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCE AND STORE AT THE
Southeast corner of Franklin and Queen
b tr t?t} ty
WiU be sold at the Posto sn ce, Broad street, on
THURSDAY, 18th Instant, at ll o'clock,
The above PREMISES. The first floor ls com?
pletely fitted np br a ?tore;, above are four up?
right and two attic roomn, well finished. The
kitchen of four rooms and ina Residence are cov-.
et ed with slate. There are also several shed
rooms, and well and eisten. Everything in fine
order and most c arefully built. The Lot measures
45 by 70 feet
Terms easy: made known at sale.
Janiz-lmwth.4 ," _. " .. _jj
Bj H. H. DcLEON.
SALE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN RAIL?
Theodore D. Wagner and Aabury Coward,
Trastees, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad Com?
pany -1on cloture ol Mortgage.
In pursuance or the terms bf a mortgage execu?
ted ny the King's Mountain Railroad Company, on
the 16th day or March, 1866, and by virtue oi the
powers therein grunted, we will sell,at Public Atc
tlon at Charleston, S. O, corner East Bay and
Broad streets, at ll o'clock, cn WEDNESDAY,
March 20, 1872,
Tue entire RAILROAD of . the said Company, In?
cluding the bed and superstructures of said Road,
the materials need In construction, the sta. ions,
BtaUon-touse depots, storehouses, workshops,
machinery and fixtures thereon, and all ihe en?
gines and rolling stock, together with all -the
rights, privil?ges and easement belonging or ap?
pertaining to said Railroad Company. . -
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stampB. \ .
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
Stactioium' ftriuat f 5a J ec, &i.
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWES.
AT PRIVATE SALE, DWELLING
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 1 Greenhill street,
containing six rooms, kitchen and outbuildings,
cistern and flower garden. Jans-msws
By LOUIS D. I)?SAUSSURE,
No. 33 Broad street.
IARGE MANSION HOUSE.-FOR S ALE,
J the large BRICK MANSION HOUSE, on
Meeting street, containing about 14 rooms, with
large entries, and outbuildings of brick. Lot SSfi
feet on Meeting street, surrounded by a brick
?rano jjjrt}c H?ist?bnt.on.
Q.OLD BONDS I GOLD BONDS 1
THE THIRD GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
UNITED STATES GOLD BONDS,
WILL TAKE PLACE AT NO. 147 MEETING ST.,
ON THURSDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF JANY,
AT ONE O'CLOCK, IN PUBLIC.
THE SCHEDULE OF AWARDS OF TBE GOLD
BONDS CAN JBE SEEN AT ANY OF
THE AGENTS' OFFI0E3 I
THE BAFFLE WILL POSITIVELY-TAKE PLACE
ON THE DAT NAMED I
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
No. 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON.
CERTIFICATES FIVE DOLLARS EACH I
BY HTJTSON LEE,
DESIRABLE LOT IK SPRING STREET.
WU1 be so d at tue write* 'of Broad and
East Bay streets,.chTUESDAY,-Md;inafiantjiat II
ONE UNDIVIDED HAliP ?TEB88T in, that
Lot of Land, with tna'brrildlDgs therfeorL ^toafed
on tbenorth elde of spring atr&'t, 'one dSWrhreet.
of Aahley street, meairarfhg t;38) two-ndhdred
and twenty-nine feet front on Spring streef,'-(244)
two hand red ana rorty-fonr feet on Sack Unev -
and (310) three hundred and - nineteen feet In
depth, from north to Booth, be the same more or -
leS8. - -9*r - ~-'
This ls one or the highest and most desirable lo?
cations m. the northwestern portion of the city,
and ls only one aqaare from the line of th? City
raliway... . ' -7! ' ' .:
Term?-One half cash; balance in one year, se?
cured by bond of pnr?haserT with.seren per cen t '
interest, and mortgage of presses. Purchaser
to pay assignee ror papers and stamps. .
' Jatjy-7 . , i j.-B. fllS8BLL,-Assignee. ^
By H?TSON DEE,. ' ; t?
Auctioneer. , . ...p -'f
SMALL RESIDENCE IN POINSETT i
WUI be sold at tbe corner of Broad and East
Bay streets, on THURSDAY, 18th Instant, at ll
o'clock A. M -
All that Lot OP LAND, with the cottage t here?
on, situated on the sooth side of polnsecs "street,
and knowna? Ko. 87, in a pla; of fifty two iota,
made by.a, E. .Payne, surveyor,,.la April, : 1664,
measuring forty (40) feet front1 aa Potaset* street
.by one hfmdredand nl?e no?) feetindepxbf ; - ada
,lTo*any. person, desiring ?. email relance, aa
opMriuni^lsJJsreat.rdedfor seciprmgj&e,. .,
Terms-one-half cash; b&ianc? in one year, se
cured by bond ot purchaser -bearing aeven.-per
cent interest and mortgage? the premises.
Bnlldinga to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay. Auctioneer for pacers and 1 stamps.
JaniT. 1;,...*.."".', ,'v
TTNlTElVJ STATES MARSHAl/S^SALE.
U On account end rlstof foi-mer prjrchaaer.
?Wo. H. Wesson jva. Edwd. L. Horry, et aL
: United. States, Circuit- court-?ecroe of Fore?
By virtue of ? Decree of saldKiourt.wUl he soidV
; In iront of the Postofflce, as Charleston, on TUBS
DAT, the 2Sd J annarj, 1872, ?ll o'clock AM., ' . -
That Plantation caned "MILL DAM," situated
In Georgetown County, containing three hun?
dred and ninety (sao) acres, more or lesa. Bound?
ed northwest and south by lands of T. 8. B?rry?
east by lands of W; B. Pringle. ; " '
toa : . AOO? cs .<_-- i \?
That other plantation called "JSEWLAND," con?
tain In if .six hundred (600) acres, more or lesa. r?
Bounded north by Pine Lands unknown, east by >.
lands of T. 8 Horry, south by Heath Santos Elver,
and : west by ? lands of. H. E. Incas-both tracts
being now united Into one Une Bice Plantation, to
be sold as'one. ' r-^
; Terms-une-t hird (hi) oath; bi dan ce In one and
two years, secured by bondi an i mortgage, with - .
. interest from day of sale, payable semi-annually..
Purchaser to pay for papen and Stamps.
Ia, E. JO H NS OS, -
JanH-wstoS . . -U. S.MarshaL
Bj LOWNDES & GUIM BALL.
RESIDENCE IN CHTJRCS STREET AT
Will be seid TUESDAY, January 28d. 1812, et IL
o'clock, at the old Pcatofflce, .
That DESIRABLE K "SI DEN CE, known aa No~
8, on the east side of Char :h street, a few doon
from the Battery. The lot measures about one
hundred and seventy-eight feet fi ont, by one
hundred.feet deep, and caa be subdivided to ad?
vantage without injuring the comfort of theawel
Ung. Wltbin a ?hort distanced! the Battery, and
v. Uh a large flower garden to lt. this Residence of?
fers rare attractions to' ar.y ore wishing a com?
fortable home. -.??c.?
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond and. mortgage, building to
be insured and policy astilgned. Pnrcnaser to
pay for papers an*stamps) ?. ml w2mtu2
Bj W, J, LEITCH- ft B. S. BBU?fSf T
' '"' ''?nct?oneeni.,; , '
FINE WOODEN RESIDENCE AT THE
?northeast cerner of Thomas and Radcliffe
Btreets.' '?' "<?' .' *"'"' - ' . ' > '
Will be sold on TDURSDAY, the 18th Instant
atll o'clock, 81 the east end of Broad street, '.i
That THREE AND A HALI' ST O RY WOODBX
RESIDENCE, with -sn Decenary outbuildings,
situated si above. The property .has been plaoed
tn' c om piste repai r. and no w ready for occopanoy.
Lot measures 75 feet front, by :U9 feet m depth.''
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one. two and
three years.1 with interest; secured ny bond ana
mortgage, insurance or the property and assign?
ment Or the policy.'1 Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps and city taxes for 1872.
janis-swth ; . .
Bj R: M. MARSHALL"Sc BRO.
?N THURSDAY, 18TH INSTANT, AT ll
o'clock, will be,a old at the PCB tom ce, Broad
street, ' -. '? V V " . .
The desirable. RESIDENCE No. 84 America
Bireet, having tin roof, cistern, double piazza, Ave - 3
rooms, besides attics, pantry and dresalug-rccm;
also, Kitchen or four rooms. The Lot measures
fie feet tn n ches front, so feet rear, by iso feet la
depth, more or .'ess. " '
Terms-One-half, cash; balance in one and two
yeera, secured ai usual . janlS-awthS
Bj LS.' K, BENNETT. *??
AFINE FIFTY-ACRE FARM, NEA?
SUMMERVILLE, AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY next, the 18th inst., near the
Postofflce, at li o'clock, I will oiferat Auction, .
Anne, well BettledFARM, of SO acres, near the
heall aral vi H age or Sn m me tri io.: There are about
SO acres cleared uni ar (almost new) fenelog, and
the rest of the acres are ia woods. To one wish?
ing a hosie in a healthy location, with an excel?
lent farm for cultivation, thin property offers
many inducements.- ! "?-?< t i
Conditions cash. Purchtf era to'pay for all .nee?
essary papers end stamps. Janio-wfm4thl
Bj I. S. S. BEKMETT.; : .
AHANDSOME RESIDENCE INWARD'
No. 6 at Auction.
On THURSDAY next, the 18th Instant, at the
. Postofflce, at ll o'clock, 1 wal offer at auction,
All that HIGH LOT OF LANI), with- handsome
Residence and numerous outbuildings thereon,
located at the southeast corner ot Eueaoeth, end
Charlotte streets. The- Lot measures iso feet on
Charlotte by 140 feet on, Elizabeth afreet. .The
Brick Mansion ls In, excellent repair; contains T
upright rooms, most of them loll sisa; abasement
rooms apd 2. attic rooms; 9 piazzas; 6 handsome
marble mantelpieces; slate roof; cistern, gas, ***
Ac A very one brick wall encloses nearly the
wnole Lot. The ontbulldlngs are mostly of briar,
and are in good repair. Being on two of the bess
streets m the city, the property ls exceedingly
valuable. . .
Conditions of sale made known in future ad
Bj J. A. ENSL?W & CO.
SCHOONER WM. B. M?NN AND CARGO.
For account of former 'purchaser. -
SATURDAY, 2otb instant, at ll o'clock, win bo
sold at the Postofflce, coiner Bread street and
East Bay, ... i
The American Schooner WM. B. MANN, aa she
now Iles m the Harbor of Beaufort, S. C., together
With her Anchors, Rigging, Chulas, Ac, ftc.
The MANN was braut at Morristown, N. J.,- In j
1884; ls 227 tons register,.and 10 fee*, draft c
am IHMEDUTSLY AFTER, * '
The under deck cargo, as lt now lies onboard
the above vessel, comprising about one hundred
and twenty thousand fret of YELLOW PINE
PLANE AND BOARDS, or the following dimen?
sion*: 4XX10XX32; 3Xx8XxS2; 6XX8XX32; 4KX
8>?x28; 3XX8XX28; 2xfi to 9. and Wide Boards. :
Tho above cargo waa cat expressly for the Phila?
delphia and Erle Railroad.
Bj HUTSON LEE,
VALUABLE GROCERY AND BAB
ROOM STAND In Church street, \
Will be sold on THURSDAY, January 18,1872,
at ll o'clock A. M., at the corner of Broad and
East Bay streets, : ?
AU that LOT OF LAND, wi th the buUdlngs there?
on, on the weat side of Church street, one door
son ttl of Chalmers, and known as No. 96. There ls
ou the front a three and a half story wooden
house, with slate roof, six (6) upright-andtwo
attic room?, and in the yard a two story brick
hon e, elate roof, with Ave (6) square rooms and
pantry. Large cistern and good welt of water on
the premises. Lot measures twenty-six and a
half (26X) feet front, by one hundred and fifteen
(115) feet deep, be the same more or le.'a Premises
may be inspected at any time before the aale.
Terms-One hair casb; balance In one year, se?
cured by bond of the purchaser, bearing Interest,
and mortgage of premires. Bul dings to be In?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
Auctioneer for papprs and aramps._Janis
Bj LOUIS B. DeSAUSS??E.
ESTATE SALB OF "PLANTATION ON
PON-PON Bl VER.
' Oh THURSDAY, the 18th January, 1872, et ll
o'clock A. M.. win be sold, at the Postofflce, tn '
Charleston, by order or the Devisees cf John Ashe,
The two RICE PLANTATIONS at the best pitch
of tide, known as '-Wul Town? and "High wea.
gie," or "riotrerdam, " now merged into one Plan?
tation, situated m St Bartholomew's Parish, Gel
leton county, opposite win Town,-oh a large
Creek, waters of Pon-Pon River, containing Joint?
ly 1049 acres, of which 400 acres are Rice Land
under banks, about--of which have been
Slanted last year. Bounding to the north end
north west by landa or estate of Raynard ead Ed?
ward Barnwell, to the south on lands of Mrs.
Way ce, and. to the easton said Creek. On the
place are two emau Dwelling nooses and accom?
modations for seventy or mon negroes.
A TRACT OF PINE BARREN LAND on the
Pon Pon River, fct Pam's Parish, opposite tho
"WillTown"Plantation, containing 180 acres of
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bond,
payable in two equal successive annual foetal
menu, with interest from day or sale, J?"^5?;
cared by a mortgage on the property. TOfflMSf
to pay for papers and sump??. U not sold the
Property will be leased. Jane-tawfmtuwlhT