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MR. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., Is the au
tborl?ed travelling og?dt of THE' NEWS for
lower South Carolina.
Meetings 1MB Day.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Palmetto Guard Rifle Club, at half-pasM
Phoenix Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Germania Lodge, K. P., at half-past 7 P. M.
. Agricultural Society, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
William McKay will sell at half-past 7 P. M.,
at No. 388 King street, house-furnishing goods,
John G. Ifilnor & Co. will sell at half-pa st
10 o'clock, at their store, dry goods, clothing
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
east end ol Broad street, real estate.
Lowndes & Grimball will sell at ll o'clock,
corner East Bay abd Broad streets', real estate.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at ll o'clock, at
bia office, library.
.1. S. K. Ben Heit will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Postoffice, real estate.
E. M. Marshall <fc Bro. will sell at ll Relock,
at the Postoffloe, real estate.
Hut6on Lee will s?ll at ll o'clock, corner
Broad street and East Bay, real estate.
Louis D. DeSaussure will sell at ll o'clock,
at the P03tolSce, real estate.
JTDrayton Ford will sell at ll o'clock, at
the east end Broad street, real estate.
A. C. McGilJlvray will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Postofilce, real estate.
FIBEMASTEB'S CLERE.-At a meeting of the
board of flrernasters, held last evening, Mr.
B. M. Strobe), tbe present Incumbent, was
elected clerk ol the board.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.-The seventy
seventh annual meeting ol the Agricultural
Society of South 'Carolina will be held this
evening, at half-past seven o'clock;, at the
Board bf Trade rooms. " ;
NUGARA FAIR.-The Military Hall was again
crowded on the last tvo nights. The lair
wlil continue for five nights more. The or:
phau children visited the (air on Monday af?
ternoon, and were hospitably entertained.
NEW MAP OF TUE UNITED STATES.-A new
and complete map of thc United States has
Just been published by Gaylord Watson, of
New York, especially suited to the wants of
merchants, slippers, bus'n?ss men and others.
It is beautifully colored In counties, shows all
the railroads with their stations, and a'l the
Important towns throughout the country. The
general agent, Mr. Beatson, is here fora snor1
time to canvass th e city.
SODDEN DEATH.-Mr. Alexander Mcconkey,
the well known Broad street painter, died
suddenly yesterday morning at his residence,
No. ?2 Broad street. He had been prosecu?
ting his business in good health the day and
Dight.preceding his demise, and his unexpect?
ed death was a severe shock to his numerous
friends. Mr. McCo?key was a n?tlv? of. Ire?
land, and emigrated to this State alittle over
twenty years ago. Ah Inquest was held over
the body, and the jury found that he came to
his death from apoplexy. ?
THE CIRCOS IS COMING ?-The great expec?
tations raised by the huge illuminated post?
ers, which diversify the scenery along the
burnt district in Meeting street; will, doubt?
less, be realized this morning in the advent ol
Halghut Co.'strand circus and menagerie.
The exhibition claims to be the colossal show :
par excellence, and If but half or the astound?
ing ieats and but a fifth or the terrible, ani?
mals wh'ch have glared upon gaping loungers
for weeks past from the bill-boards be forth?
coming, the'circus will be" one of the be3t
that has ever visited the city.
ELECTION.-At the regular meeting of the
Union Light Infantry Charitable Association,'
held on Tuesday, 16th Instant, the following
officers were" unanimously elected: Douglas
Nisbet, president; David Broadfoot, vlce-pres-;
Ident; George P. Maclndoe, secretary and
treasurer; James Mac Duff, piper. Committee'
on cemetery lot-^David Broadfoot, James Mac
Duff, Wm. Ferguson. Finance-Robt. Wlng,|
James Finlay, W. B. McMillan. Charity-John
Finnan, b. J. Paul, Wm. Ferguson.' Letters
-S. Saunders, A. Duncan, L. Mel tl. Stew-'
ards-James MicDuff, D. Livingston, G. L.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Edward Ray and Henry,
Vanderhorst, two boys arrested by the detec?
tives for stealing spoons, saucepans, and
other articles, from the store .of Messrs. Hart
A Co., oorner Market and King street? were
sentenced each to thirty days' bard work in
the House of Correction.
Abraham Turner, the small boy who was
caught stealing cotton from Adger's wharf,
was sent to the House of Correction for ten'
Two noisy inebriates, found tacking about
the streets, were each fined one dollar, which
FUNERAL OF ALDERMAN GARDEN.-The fune?
ral services of Alderman Ellas Garden took
place yesterday alternoon at three o'clock, at
the residence of the deceased, No. Ill Com?
ing street, the Rev. Jcs. B. Seabrook officiat?
ing. The funeral was attended by a consider?
able number of citizens, among whom was a
large proportion of whites. Au er the services
had been concluded, the body was conveyed
to the hearse, which was followed to the place
of Interment by a large and honorable escort.
At the head of the procession walked the Hon.
Alfred Huger and Mayor Wagener, followed by
the .Jpity Fathers, the commissioners of the
market with the chairman, John H. Stein
meyer, the officers of the Fire Department and
police. The remains were taken to the bury
lng-ground of the "Brown Men's Fellowship I
Society," in Pitt street, where they were in?
DISARMING THE RIFLE CLUBS.-The various
rifle clubs in the city which have been furnish?
ed with rifles by our worthy State officials
were somewhat astounded yesterday and the
day before by the receipt of letters from Colo?
nel W. N. Taft, of the First Regiment N. G. S.
C., enclosing the following extract ;
HEADQUARTERS 8OUTH CAROLINA MILITIA, )
ADJUTANT ? INS- ECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, V
COLUMBIA, January 6, 1872. )
Special Order, 2Vo. 1.
The following organizations in the City of
Charleston, S. C.. will, on receipt of this order,
turn over all arms, equipments and ammrftl
tion belonging to the Slate, now in their pos?
session, to Colonel W. N. Tart. First Regiment
N. G. S. C.
By order of bis Excel ?enc v the Governor and
F. J. MOSES, JR.,
Adjutant and Inspector-General S. C.
Tn his letter, Colonel Taft asks to be Inform?
ed of the date when the stores will be turned
over, in order that he mtv make out the
necessary papers. These missives have been
received by the Charleston Riflemen, Adger,
Washington and Marion - Rifle Clubs, and will
be responded to at early m3etings of the club'.
st-c First Page for other Local Matters.
THE CONFEDERA TE HOSIE AWXI
Interesting Report of tl e Board of
I The anniversary of the Society for the Re?
lief of the Orphans and Widows of Confede?
rate Soldiers was appropriately celebrated
last evening at the Concert Hall of the Acade?
my of Music. The hall was brilliantly light ed,
and furnished with rows ol chairs for the visi?
tors. Upon the stage, at the west end, sal the
presiding officer, the Hon. James B. Camp-1
bell, with such of the clergy as took part In
the exercises. Ou the right ol the stage were
seated the girls of the Home, all well dressed,
fresh-looking and happy. The opposite side
ol the stage was occupied by the ladles com?
posing the board of control and the gentlemen
of the executive committee of the auxiliary J
association. The audience was not as large as
might have been expecied, but a large mina. j
ber of ladies and gentlemen who took an in-j
terest In the occasion wera present.
The proceedings were opened by a short j
and feeling prayer by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, j
of St. Philip's Church, after which the Rev. I
C. 8. Vedder read the following elaborate and
FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE HOME. J
The board o? control or the "Home for I
Mothers, Widows and Danghters of Confede-1
rate Soldiers." in presenting the usual annual
statement ol thc condition of the Institution,
respectably inform the association, that,
owing to the change of the annual meeting
from November to January-In order to con-1
form it to that ot' the Gentlemen's Auxiliary
Association-their report covers the transac?
tions ot fourteen months.
During that period there have been res;
dent in the institution one Hundred and two j
Persia. Of this number, one, a very aged
Widow lady, has died. There are now in the
Home one hundred and one persons, being I
an increase ol* twenty-four over the number at I
the date of the last report.
The expenses of the Institution for thc period
mentioned have been SG255 56. Or this amount
$1733 70 were paid for the rent of the build- I
lng; $226 36 lor repairs; $415 40 (or furniture;
$26U0 for household expenses, Including soup
tor inmates, and food, fuel, light?,'service and I
washing lor forty-live pupils;^270 for silary
ol matron and assistant: $840 for salary of
teachers; $30 20 for printing and stationery;
$50 for hire of plano; $18 75 for prizes for pu-1
pils, and $4 65 for incidental expenses. It was
esl i ma ted at the beginuing of the year thal I
$6000 would be necessary fur the maintenance j
of the institution for twelve months. The
board take pleasure in pointing out the fact
that the expenditure for lourteen months has
buta little exceeded the estimate made lori
twelve. All I he expenses of thc year have
been fully met.
The board again gratelully acknowledge In-1
debtedness to the Gentlemen's Auxiliary As
sociation for generous liberality and'efficient I
co-operation. This organization has paid lor
the support, of the institution, since the labt
report, $1855. There have been received also
from pay.puptls for board $1455 72, and from
t ult iou of day scholars $100; from special do
nation to the school $30; from rent of rooms
$210, and (rom annual subscriptions of mem?
bers of the Ladles' Association $240.
The health ol the institution has been re?
markable. With the exception ol the instance
oFthe*aged widow whose decease has been j
already mentioned, there have been but two
cases ot serious sickness, and one ol these oc?
curred during the prevalence ol the pestilence I
which luvaded our city last summer. Thc con- I
linued liberality or the Washington Light Ic-I
fantry Charitable Association has given gratti-1
i'ons medical attention and medicine to the
Home during the past year, and we - make no I
less grateful mention ol thiskiuddess, although
so little required to avail ourselves ot it. For
the present year Dr. Francis L. Parker, the j
surgeon of that association, who has been the
faithful physician of the Home from the be?
ginning, has generously volunteered his ser?
vices. The board also airain acknowledger its j
obligations to Dr. J. R. Solomons.
In the last report the fact was announced
that a school had been organized In the instl- I
tutloo. This seemed necessary. In order el- I
fecttialiy to carry out Its purposes. It was ira-1
portant that the pupils of the Home should be
under the Immediate supervisan of the board,
who were responsible for their welfare; I
slight ind sDosltions would often prevent re?u- I
tar attendance upon oclioo'o widely o?pt?Ttrd
throughout the elly, and such attendance, In j
all kinds ol', wether, was-the frequent cause of I
slckness.fl^^rr??ablllty sepmeu great, more?
over, at th?trat? orthe last report,ttiat the pub- r
lie schools would close before the end ol thc
year. The ?v?ht hasjustlfleilthe experiment. I
The schoot at the Herne was in efficient opcia- I
Hon during the year. The progress and deport- I
ment'of cae .pupils wereworthyof a'l com-I
mendatlon. The great proportion of the I
scho'ars loet not a single day from school, and
manv did noMose a single recitation. When I
it is remembered that this ls the record of an
unbroken school year, and that there were. I
in the Home school, forty-five pupils, the
ract needs no added words to give lt force.
It la its own endorsement of the past and en?
couragement of the future. Two public ex?
aminations o? the school were had awring the
year-one at the middle, and the other at the
" lose of the term. These were eminently satis?
factory. . I
During the year so many applications have
been received for admission to the Home, that
the board have felt warranted and compelled
to extend its benefits still farther, and to - re
celve as many as the building will accommo?
date. They have, therefore, begun the pres?
ent year with flrty-Qve pupils, representing
nearly every district of the State. But four ot
the entire number are from the city, and all
of these are pay pupils. This large number of
yoting ladles are now pursuing their studies in
the Home school, under the care of the capa-1
ble and approved teachers who have had
charge of the school from the beginning, as?
sisted in the primary department by those of
the more advanced scholar?. From the re
port ol receipts given above, it will be noted
that the pupils ol the school are not all bene-1
flciary. Where there Is ability lo pay, lt Is
expected and required. Scholarships for the
next yeal' have been provided-one by Mr. J. I
Francis Fisher, of Philadelphia; one bv Mw. I
Charles Baker, or Baltimore; one by Mrs. C. j
M. Manigault, of Brighton, England, and one I
each by several ladies and gentlemen ot this
city. From this source, and from relatives
of pupils, and from day scholars, there have,
been receipts amounting to $15G0. rn order
that the advantages dr the Institution may be
as widely distributed as possible, but one
beneficiary can be received from one family.
The same branches ot liberal study will be
pursued this year as last. In addifoo, how
ever, through the generosity pf a lady of this I
city, who has been unceasing In her devotion
to the interests of the Home, the valuable ser?
vices of Madame Girard have been secured for
advanced classes in French. The pupils of the
school will continue to receive ihe kmdjy ren?
dered Instruction ot Madame Plenge, and
many young laities of the city, In music.
'I he board acknowledge the unwearied libe-1
milly ol the iriends of thc Borne in donations
of useful and valuable anieles. The Charles?
ton Courier and DAILY NEWS have 1 dd us un
der new obligations for continual favors.
Special mention ls again due of generous con
tri bu ti ons, throughout '" the whole year, oft
meat from Messrs. Taos. A. Johnson, James
Dunning and Timothy O'Brien. i
Th* bpard would gall ' attention to the fact
that there ls an annual mern ber.:h p of six hun-1
dred upon the rolls of the Ladles' flome?Asso
elation. The annual payment of one dollar
constitutes membership. From this source but
two hundred and forty dollars were received I
last year. This great disproportion between
the number o? names and receipts has arisen,
undoubtedly, from the fact that personal ap-1
gllcation cannot well he made to each, mern
er, and, the amount of each being so small,
it has been thought of little importance by
ea?h. retitle aggregate 1$ of importance, and, I
lt promptly received, would be of material ser-1
vice. The request ls respectfully urged lhat
those whose names are upon the Hst ol the
Lad les' Association will not wait to be called
upon for their annual dues, but make pay
ment o? them, with such promptness os Is pos?
sible, to any member ot the board, and all who
are not annual members are- respectfully in?
vited to become so. I
Although the number ot pupils is Increased,
it ls the desire and purpose of the board that
the expenses of the present year shall not ex?
ceed $6500. To meet this amount, $1052 43 are
now on handln the treasury ol the Gentle-1
men's Auxiliary Association, the greater part j
ol which ls Tor annual subscriptions of last
year. It is to this organization mainly that
the Home looks for Its support. A great pub?
lic sentiment has discouraged effort loracuuse
so sacred, by means of fairs, unless demanded
by overmastering necessity. And that Fame
public sentiment has generously provided of
late against resort to Mich agencies. May lt
not be trusted to contluue to do so ? The
(Jtenilemen's Association has an annual mem?
bership of two hunlred and thirty-two, at $10 |
per annum. Effort has been made, and ls now
being made, to increase this number to four
hundred. Can this not be done ? Are there
not tar more than this number of gentlemen
in Carolina who would esteem lt, not a hard
' ship, but a privilege, even in'thelr poverty, to
lay this yearly offering upon the altar of I
sacred memory ? The ''Home" ls the organ?
ized and d?duite expression of practical Con?
federate sympathy, and, as such, makes its
own appeal to all hearts In which that name is
enshrined. When that appeal falls upon un?
heeding ears and unresponsive hearts among
UP, the "cauBS" will be "lost" Indeed. We do
not believe that that time bas come or will.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
The Rev?. Dr. J. L. Glrardean, E. T. Wlnk
ler, W. d. Bowman and J. G. Drayton then
delivered addresses, all touching upon the
late WAI-, and the holy trust of taking care of |
those orphans and widows left In want by
those who had given up their lives for their
country and principles.
The Rev. C.S. Vedder then read the follow?
ing lists of the officers elected to serve for Hie
Board ol Control-Mrs. M. A. Snowden,
president; Miss 8. M. Middleton, vice-prtsl-1
deni; Miss M. B. Campbell, secretary and
treasurer; Miss Jane A. Adger, corresponding
secretary: Mrs. I. S. Snowden, Mrs. Geo. Rob?
ertson, Miss Anna Simpson, Mri. M. P. Math?
eson, Mrs. C. S. Vedder. Mrp. Jarhe9 Conuer,
Mrs. G. W. Olney, Mrs. Wm. Shepherd, Mrs. S.
Y. Tupper, Mrs. F. J. Pelzer.
Officers of the Auxiliary Association-Hon.
J. B. Campbell, president; Henry Gourdin,
vice-president; F. J. Pfizer, treasurer; J. H.
Executive Committee of the Auxiliary Asso-1
cla'ion-Henry Gourdin. L. D. DeSaussure,
Wm. Shepherd, F. J. Porcher, Theo. D. 8toney,
Geo. H. Moffett, John S. Fairly, 0. A.BoweD,
Geo. H. Walter, H. B. Olnev, W. A. Wardlaw,
H. H. Raymond, S. Y. Tupper, W. Aiken Kelly,
S. A. Nelson, Thos. Frost, Jas. Armstrong, Jr.
Rev. Dr. J. T. Wightman then pronounced
the benediction, which concluded the proceed
ACKXOWLEDGMENT.-The sisters in charge of |
the Catholic Male Orphan Asylum, in Cannon
street, acknowledge the receipt of sixteen ?
dollars, a donation to ihe institution by Dr. G.
W. Aimar. _ _
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court j
was opened at Len o'clock yesterday morning,
HOD. Geo. S. Bryan presiding.
The petit pleas Jury No. 1 was organized as
H. S. Tow, foreman; John M. Freeman,
Jacob Mills, W. H. Boring, C. W. Seignous, E.
Johnston, Baxter Brown, John Barry, John
Crosskeys, Hyam Hyam?, Reed Cato, C. N.
The grand jury made the following present?
ment and were discharged:
PRESENTMENT OP THE GRAND JORY.
The grand jurors of the United States Dis
trlct Court of South Carolina respectfully re?
present that, in the discharge of our duty,
wo have visited the jail In wnlch the United
Slates prisoners arc confined, and we find
the following, viz : Coffee Simons, Prince
White, William Nesston, Pani Keepley, sen- j
tenced on the lGth January, 1871, for election
riots at Strawberry, and now serving out their
We find that the prisoners make no com?
plaint, and tba' they are supplied with suffi?
cient food of good quality, ana bedding, with
comfortable rooms and Are.
M. ii. NATHAN. Foreman.
Cbarlc.-ton, S. C., January 17, 1872.
The State vs. the Fpartanbnrg and Union
Railroad was continued over unlll Ibis morn-j
The case of the Untied States vs. J. W. Bass,
for Illicit distillery in Marlon, was tried, and
aiter hearing the arguments ot Wm. Stone,
Esq., for tho prosecution, and Colonel F. F.
Warley, for Hie defr^asq^he Jury retired at
half-past two o'clocfea'nd c?rna.i;fr?r?r^urt at
hall-past five o'clock,'i,-heing;^nnab!e fr) agree
upon a verdict.. ATOlsstx^fwas ordered.
Adjourned until t?n otiock this morning.
ALL WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS AND DOORS
sold by P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne and No. 33
Pieckney streets, arc made at hi j factory on
Hortbeck'a wharf, lu ibis city. A general
stock ol building material constantly on hand.
Call and examine .the quality and prices of his
work, which defy competition.and are une-j
quailed. Lasting satisfaction ls guaranteed In j
all eales. _ _augl8-thstu
ONE HUNDRED dozen of the celebrated
Diamond White Shirts, made at New York
Mills and of Richardson's Linen, at $2 and
$2 50. FL-RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244
King street._ Janl5
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ol flue Note Paper and Envelopes ?
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder [
and Peu. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
CROQUET I CROQUET !-Tho cheapest In the
city. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
AT FDRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co.'s, 50 dozen
of best Back Kid Gloves, Nos. 5-3, 6,6?, will
be closed out at 75 cents a pair-worth $2.
ONE DOLLAR WRITINO DESKS.-Superior to.
any sold heretofore. HABEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NEWS-ROOM. dec20
COEILLBY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even after wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
("Parla, 20 Rue de la Paix.
I London, 53 Regent streer.
New York, 929 Broadway,
i Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston.__ nov3-6mos
NEGLECTED COUGHS AND COLDS.-Few are
aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold," in Hs first stage; that
which in the beginning would yield to
"Brown's Bronchial Troches," ll neglected,
often works upon the Lungs. - Janl6 tulhs3
ONE HUNDREB Japanese Silk Patterns, re?
duced lrom $10 50 io 8 so. FURCHQOTT, BENE?
DICT ? Co., No. 244 King 6treet. Janl?
NOTICE TO Touai8Ts.-Btereo8copic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar._ _ dec2D
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, i i,
$5, $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 Ihe East
Bay News Room. decl4
SUutioni^rs' fr?cate Sales, Ut.
AT PRIVATE SALE, BUILDING, HA?
SEL streer, formerly occupied by the Post
onice. Lot 64 feet front by 80 feet In aepth.
Terms will be made known by application to
No. 35 Broad street. Janl6.'J6
Notius in Sankroptcg.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA, EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OK SOUTH CAROLINA.--In the matter of
WlTKOWSKY A HYAMS, Involuntary Bank
rnpta.-lu Bankruptcy.-To whom lt may con?
cern: The undersigned elves notice of bis appoint?
ment as asslguee of WlTKOWSKY & HYAMS, or
Camden, In the County or Kershaw, and State of
South Carolina, within sa'd District, who have
been adjudged Bankrupts upon their Credl'ors'
petition, by thu District Court or said District.
Dated at Charleston, S. C., ihe third day of Jan?
uary. A. D. 1872. DANIEL HAAS.
juL4-th3 Assignee. I
?rrj ?ooos, Ut.
S T OIL, WEBB & C O .
No. .087 KING- STREET,
OPPOSITE THE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE LOT OP
CHEAP DRESS GOODS
SOME OF THE VARIETIES FROM AUCTION, AND ARE AT VERY LOW PRICES.
We call special attention to 2000 yards ASSORTED POPLINS AND ALPACA LUSTRES, at
25 cents, worth 35 to 40 cents.
Also, a LARGE LOT OF DELAINE3, very cheap, at the low prices ot 15 and 20 cents. At
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
TWENTY PIECES OF HOP COLORS JN FROT MERINOS,
RANGING IN PRICE FROM 75 CENTS TO $ I, AT
J??9_ STOLL, WEBB & CO.
A LARGE LOT OF SATTEEIVS, UV CLOTH COLORS,
ALSO, ALL THE OTHER SHADES, AT 60 TO 75 CENTS, AT
w_STOLL, WEBB & CO.
A FULL LINE OF EMPKESS CLOTHS,
IN CHOICE COLORS, MARKED DOWN, RANGING FROM 37J, 45 TO 60 CENTS, AT.
ian?_STOLL, WEBB & CO.
A LARG-E ASSORTMENT OP^IE^ CALICOES,
BEST GOODS, AT 12 1-2 CENTS, AT
STOLL. WEBB & CO
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO SINGER SE W
IN'G MA-HI NE AV SAVANNAH FUR, NOVEMBER, 1371.
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871,. FOB BEST
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR FAMILY MA?
CHINE, WITH BEST AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMASVILLE, NOVEMBER 2, 1871, FOR BEST
GOLD MEDAL AND THREE SILVER MEDALS AWARDED THE
SINGER AT THE AUGUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871.
EXAMINE OUR MACHINES.
H. D. HAWLEY,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLARK BEDELL,
novl4-tntns RESIDENT AGENT, CHARLESTON. S. C.
This FERTILIZER, manafacured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direc?
tion of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN EAVENEL, is now offered to the Plan'.tng Community AT
TUE VER? REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $5? PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has given entire satisfaction ;
some ? i the most practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as -a?h on the 1st of March, 1872, and to thoss buying on
time the sale will be considered as due on 1st November 1372.
Fy thia arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons ?nd mules are Mle.
Pamphlets containing tho certlflcates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZ ER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mos * BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
~ E. FRANK COE S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
Thc above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most profitable of any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents ac very
much Reduce A Prices, lu order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers will be furnished on appll
^"The^hwp^w 'lis Bold at 848 per ton cash?, or $5? par ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
The Dissolved Bone at ?50 per toa cash, or $55 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
dec8-4mos BROWSpS WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
JgNGLISH STONEWALL FERTILIZER.
224 tons (800 bois.) OF the above FERTILIZER
or complete manure for cotton and corn; prepared
in England, now landing per bark Colonist, from
PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND SEED OATS.
600 bushels ol these choice OATS at $i is per
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf and 68 East Bay.
Janie tuths3D4o _
u oo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTl" R. For sale by
HERMANN BULWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
g O L ? B L E
PRICE, $15 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE .
Experience in the use or this GUANO for the
past six yenrs In this State, for Cotton and Corn,
bas so far established its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of thc
Company to furntBh the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls put Into market this season at the above re?
duced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o Its large facilities an.i the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put Into market this season are. as
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston, S. C., hence planters
may rest assured tn?t Its quality and composition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At (he present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano ata cost
not exceeding the present value of 30 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop ls increased the application from two to
three-fold the natural capac'.?J of the soil, hence
under no condition could Ita application fall to
compensate for the outlay. **
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noa 88 East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, s. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
pACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$26 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article ls prepared nnder the superintend?
ence or Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It was introduced by this Company two years
ago, and Its use has fully attested its value. 200
to 260 pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight or cotton seed,
famishes the planter with a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter Into a Flrstdass Fertilizer,
while its economy must commend its liberal use
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, S. c.
JNO. S. REESE ? CO., General Agents.
Cimas, Chcmicale. &t.
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Hr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tax
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot s Ur possesses all the advr ntages of
ordinary tar-watcr without any of ats draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water at tile moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity ol'hand?
Guyot'a tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Gnyot's tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass j
of water, or two tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. ~ Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
ITCH I NOS
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Gnyot's tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienic drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot io Paris, L. FRERE, 19, rue Jacob.
Asrents In Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE &
1 ^DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. _
jyj-KS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Would respectfully inform the ladles that she
OPEN THIS DAY
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING in all Its branches attended to
as usual. Having obtained the Aeon cy of Mtlme.
DEMOREST'S CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,
ls now prerared to furnish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
Rutilan Solis-rQCIj?s ?Pap.
By WILLIAM McHAY,
Auctioneer. Vt. ..
LARGE LOT OP HOUSE-FURNISHING
GOODS, Crockery, Glassware ana Cutlery. .
will be sold ac Auction EVE BY EVENING THIS
WEEK; - at No. 388 Ring street, being Surplus
STOCK or Air. J. W. LINLEY.
Tue sale -win commence at' bali-past 7 o'clock,
every Evening. ... ? . . . Janis
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES.
CATALOGUE SALE ' OP VALUABLE
wm be sold THIS DAY, me ist h instant, at
my office, Naree Broad street, at ii o'clock,
A (Ure and Valuable Collection ol BOOKS be?
longing to an Estate.
0fHceal0iQe8 0f the above 0811 be nad 8t my
Terms casb?'.:.. Janis
By I. S. K. BENNETT, ' i
AFINE FIFTY-ACRE FARM, NEAR
SUMMERVILLE, AT AUCTION !
THIS DAY the 18th Inst., near tie Poatofflce
at ll o'clock, I will offer at Auction, TBtomce?
A line, well settled FARM of 50 acre? near tn?
healt hful Village o' Summervl le. There ara about
30 acres cleared une"er (almost new) fencing, and !
the rest of the acres are in woods. To one wLh
lng a home in a healthy location, with an excel- '
lent farra for cultivation, thlB property offers
many indue menta. .
Conditions cash. ' Purchasers to pay for all nee
essary papers and stamps. Mi . ' janis
ByL S. R BENNETT.
AHANDSOME RESID ?-KGB IN WARD
.No. 6 at Auction. ? i
THIS MORNING, the 18th instant, at the
Postofflce, at ll o'eioos-, I will offerat auction,
AU mat HLQH Lor OF. LAND, with?handsome
Residence and numerous outbuildings thereon,
located at the southeast corner of Elizabeth and
char.otte streets. The Lot measures iso feet on
Charlotte by 140 feet on.Elizabeth street. The
Brick Mansion ts< In excellent repair; contains 7
upright rooms, 'most er them full size; abasement
rooms and 2 attic rooms; 8 piazzas; a handsome
marble man tripler* 8 ; slat t> roof; cistern, ?as, Ac,
Ac A very tine brick wall encloses nearly 'trie
whole Lot. ? The outbuildings are mostly of brick,
and are in good repair. Being on two or the heat
streets in the city, the property is exceedingly
Conditions of sale-One-third cash; balance by
bend tn one and two years, with legal Interest,
payable semi-annually, teen red by a mortgage of
the property. Buildings tn be kept insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay lor all neces
sary papers and staropB _ Janis
By HUTSON LEE,
SMALL RESIDENCE IN FOINSETT
Will be sold at the corner of Broad and East
Bay streets, TBIS DAY, the 18th lu staut, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the cottage there?
on, sltuaed on the south, side of Polo sett street,
and known as No. 27, In a plat of fifty-two lots;
made by R. K. Payne, surveyor, in April, 1664,
measuring roi ty (40) feet front on Polnsett street,
by one hundred and nine (109) feet in depth.
To any person desiring a small residence, an
oppori nulty ls here af-rded for securing one. 1
Terms-One-half caBh ; balance in one year, se?
cured by bond of purchaser bearing seven per
cent Interest and mortgage of the premises.
Buildings to be lnsnred and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay Auctioneer for papers and stamps.
By HUTSON LEE,
VALUABLE GROCERY AND BAR
ROOM STAND In Chnrch street.
Will be sold THIS DAY, January. 18th, .1872,
nt ll o'clock A. M., at the corner of Broad and
East Bay streets.
All that LOT OF LAND, wit h the buildings there?
on, on the weat side ol Church street, one door
sooth or Cha mers, and known as No. 96. There ls
on the iront a th rc e and a half story wooden
house, with state roof, six 16) upright and two
attic room?, and In the yard a two st Dry brick
hon e, slat- roof, with five (5) square rooms and
pantry. Large cistern and good well of water on
the premises. Lot measures twenty-six and a
half (20X) feet front, by one hundred and fifteen
(116) feet deep, be the san mure or le s. Premises
may bo inspected at any - e before the Bale.
Terms-One half (ash; ualance in one year, se?
cured by bond of the purchaser, bearing interest,
and mongaga of premises. Bul dings to be in
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
Auctioneer for papi rs and a amps._Janis
By LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
REFEREE'S S * LE-FORECLOSURE OF
KU tl ARD S. PORCHER vs. NATHAN L. TOOM?
EY, THEODORE A WILBUR and RICHARD T.
MORRISUv, Jr., Trustee.
By JLrJ.napttndairifint ami order or sale
om?d iE auo by inc Hon. rt. r? oiva^uVruagt; ur
the First circuit, will be sold at Public Auction,
THIS DAY, the 18th January. 1)72, at ll
o'clock, at the comer of East Bay and Broad
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
known at present by the name of Richmond,
situate In that parlor the County or Charleston
formerly known os curlsi Church Parish, about
tweive miles from Mount Pleasant Ferry; butting
and bounding to the north and northeast by a
navigable creek formerly called "White's Creek,"
to the east by Landa* now or lately owned by
George White, to the southeast and south by
i. and s now or lately owned by Miss Mary Barks
dale, to th: south and southwest by Lands left
by Thomas Barksdale to his daughter Sarah, but
now or lately owned by Thomas J H. White, Esq.,
and to the weat and northwest on Lands of
Effingham Wagner, Esq., and to the aorth on said
creek tormerly known as George White's Creek.
Terms-one third cash; balance lu one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with
mortgage of the premises, bearing interest from
date of sale payable semi annually. Purchaser to
pay Referee for papers and necessary Revenue
stamps. ARTHUR MAZYCK,
jan 8_Special Reft ree.
By LOUIS D. DeS?USSERE.
ESTATE SALE OF PLANTATION ON
THIS DAY, the 18th or January, 1872, at li
o'clock A. M., will be sold, at the Postofflce, m
Charleston, by order of the Devisees of John Ashe,
The two RluE PLANTATIONS at the best pitch
of tide, known as'-Will Town" and "High Was
sie," or "it ott ord am," now merged into one Plan?
tation, situated in SL Bartholomew's Parish, Cel?
leron County, opposite WM Town, on a large
Creek, wati rs of Pon-Pon River, containing Joint?
ly 1049 acres, of which 4C0 acres are Bice Land
under banks, about - of which have been
?lamed last year. Bonndlngto the norh and
northwest by lands of estate of Bay nard and Ed?
ward Barnwi lt, to the south on lands of Mrs.
Wayne, and to the east on eald Creek. On the
place are two small Dwelling nouses and accom?
modations for seventy or. more negroes.
A TRAOT OF PINE BARREN LAND on the
Pon Poa River, st. Paul's Pari-h, opposite the
..MillTown"Plantation, containing iso acres ol
Conditions-Oce-third cash; balance by bond,
Payable in two equal successive annual Instal?
ments, with interest from day of sale, to be se?
cured by a mortgage on the property. Purchaser
to pay for papers and stumps. If not soWfe-the
Property will be leased._Jania
Bj J. DRA?TON FORD,
CLEMENTINE- H. BERNARD VS.
RICHARD H. CAIN.
By virtue of the Judgment of Hon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge of the hirst Circuit, In above case, will
be sold THIS MORNING, the 18th or January,
inBtant, A. D. 1872, at the east end or Broad
street, ucarthe Postofllce, at ll o'clock.
AL that LOT OF LAND/sltuate on the north?
west corner cf Rutledge avenue and Flshburn
street, in the City of Charleston, measuring and
containing 108 feet on Rutledge avenue by 430feet
on Fishburn street, 108 feet on Legare street, and
43? feet on the north line; butting to the east on
Rutledge avenue, to the south on Fishburn street,
to the west on Legare street, and to the north on
Lot E on a plat of land belonging to the estate of
T. N. Gadsden, executed by R. T. Payne, Survey?
or, 16th March, 1843.
Terms-One-half cash, and the residue on a
credit of one year, with interest from day of sale,
secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. G. L. BUIST, Rereree.
By J. DRAYTON FORD.
RESIDENCE IN LIBERTY STREET.
Will be sold at the east end of Broad street,
near the Postofflce, TBIS DAY, the 18th of
January, at ll o'clock A. M,
The RESIDENCE on the north aide of Liberty
street, No. 14, being a two and a hair story wood?
en building, cn a high brick basement, containing
two basement rooms, four pquare rooms and two
attics, wltu tin roof. The Ut measures about 42
reet on Liberty street, 144 feet on east and west
lines, and 40 feet on north or back line, be the
sam? more or leca.
Terms-One-third cash; balance by bond, pay?
able in one and two equal successive annual In?
stalments rrom day ol sale, with Interest semi?
annually, secured by mortgage of property. Pur?
chaser to keep Residence lnsnred for amount or
credit portion, and to assign the policy to mort?
gagee. Purchaser to pay for pape.s and stamps.
By A. C. Mc KILLI VRAT,
SMALL, COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
32 Henrietta street, north side, third east of
Meeting street, at Auction.
THIS DAY, 18th instant, at ll o'eiock, will be
The above desirable PROPERTY. Lot about 27
feet front by 112.
Terras-One-half cash; and balance In one, two
and three years; secured as usual. Janis
Bj JOH^ITMIL?TOI. & CO.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND. CAPS.
THIS' DAY, ist !)? Ins tas t, at half-past 10
o'clock, we will sell at oar Stop?, No. 135. Meetly
street, Fancy CoTTONAlVEfi^Kenrj^ Jeans,
Satinets, Bleached and Brown .Sbffiang, Blue
Drills, Denims, Bine . Plaids. GmgnamT watte
Quilts, Men's and Boys' Cloth Caps, Head and
?ocKet Handkerchiefs, Black cloth Cloats, Black.
5:??.H^t8,JBa,moral9 and Skirts. Orsy sod
White Undershirts, Ac. Also, a?cSiraWe luvoloe
of assortad Clothing. Cond li lona cash. , Janis
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNST
FINE WOODEN RESIDENCE AT THE
northeast oernerof Thon as and Rad oliffe
streets. , '..:- ....
Will be sold THIS DAY, the isth instant
at ll o'clock, at?he eastehi'or.BToad street.
That THREE AND A HALF STORY WOODEN
RESIDENCE, with sn necessary outbuildings,
si i o a ted ss aoo ve. The property bas been placed
In complete repair, ?nd now ready for occupancy.
Lot measures 76 feet front, by Uhf feetmjdepm.
Te rms-One-third cash; balance in One, two and
three years, with lnterest,'sechred by bond ana
mortgage, lGsurance of the property and- assign?
ment of the policy. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps and city taxes tor 1872. -
Janl ' -
W. T. LEITCH* ?. % BRUNS,
IN BANKRUPTOY~r>? THE MATTER
"".^OF W. G. WHILDEN ? CO.so
"?/ V,r^e?r aa omer in this case; ;mad*.-ny tbs
S^iJSnMJSS^S?SS^ Stoto? Dtatrtot. Judge
sale at Pabilo Auction, THW DAY.<;the. j Bib
day o: January.-1878, at th* east en^ofBro???
street, at ll o'clock, . ,v
7 he following PROPERTY:
1st. An nnd vlded half interest in the Farm
known as the OLD MAGAZINE or Carey Farm,
containing 1TK acres, mire orless; ' Wndea
north and east on a bold cree k connecte4 wtth
Cooper River, nnd on all other did ea by lands of
Hagar et Elliott, sit?ate about SX m ties Itonvthe
city:' ? '. . . >.. ? . ?li-ara
2d. AA tmdti'lded hint interest ina VALUABLE
northeast on lanna of H. M asset and formerly of
C. B. Northrop, east and southeast on. : lands
formerly ot. 0. B. Northr'P. sooth and southwest
on lsnd formerly of F.-Y.-Porcher, . and west and
northwest by State-Road. . OJ.. . u<?>?uv -,,
Sd. An undivided han*- Interest In 86 ACRES OF
LAND adjoining the above tract to the aouta; .
bounded north 'by ? the ? above.' described traci,
east by. the Northeastern Railroad, south by-god
formerly of Conrad Bing, and west by the State
Road. . "
4th. Six LOTS OF LAND Iii the Village ct
Raveuel, on the Savannah and Charleston- Rail?
road, each Lot 60 by 200 feet, known as numbers
ll, 12, 13,14,16,16, In plat of said village 'by H.
Millard. ? *:*.--?.*: ?Oj il: n .
?1?O,. ' .
Two VACANT LOTS on east side of New street,
measuring each 40 by 161, formerly known as the
residence of Dr. ?Samuel Wilson.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable In on?
and two years, wttb interest, secured by bond
and mortgage of the property. Purchaser to pay
auctioneers tor papers and sumps.
Janus O; L. BUBOKMxER, Assignee.
By R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCE AND STORE AT THE
Southeast corner of Franklin and Queen
Will be sold at the Postofflce, Broad streeV
THIS DAT, 18th insunt, at ll o'clock.
The above PREMISES. The first door ls oom*
plately fitted up for a store; above are fournp
right aud two attlo rooms, web finished. The
kitchen of four rooms and -the Rei ide nee are cov?
et ed with slate. There are also several shed
. rooms, and well and datera, s Every thing in fine
\ order and most carefully built. The Lot measures
46 by 70 feet. .
Terms easy; made known at sale._janis -
Bj B. Mi MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, THE 18TH INSTANT, AT ll
:. -o'clock, will be sold at the Postofflce, Broad
The desirable RESIDENCE No. 84 America
street, having Un roof, cistern, double piazza, Ave
rooms, besides attics, pantry and dressing-room;
also, Kitchen of four rooms. The Lot measures
68 feet 6 inches front, 90 feet rear, by 160 feet la
depth, more or less.'
Terms-One-half cash; balance tn one and twa
years, secured as asnal. - . _ Janis
ftttttiott Saltt^Snture IBa-oB. ,
Bj HUTSON LEE, Jp
DESIRABLE LOT IN' SPRING STREET.
Will be sb d at the corner of Broad and
East Bay-streets, on TUESDAY, 2Sd Instant, at ll
o'clock A. M.. ' . ?
ONK UNDIVIDED HALF INTEREST In that
e'i "?nYaoor west
I of Asiriej street, measnilng (229) two hundred
and twenty-nine feet front on Spring street, (244)
two hundred and forty-f JCT feet on back Une,
and (319) three hundred and nineteen feet in
depth, from north to south, be the same more or
less. ' '\
This ls one of the highest and moat desirable lo?
cations In the north west ern portion of the city;
and ls only one square from the lino of the City
i all way. S
Term--One half cash; balance In one year, se?
cured by bond of purchaser, with seven per cent.
Interest, and mortgage of premises. Purchaser
to pay assignee for papers and H tamps. .'
Jan?7-7 : J. B. BI88ELL, Assignee, i
Bj J. A.-E3?SLOW & CO.
SCHOONER WM. B. MANN AND CARGO.
- . For account of former 'purchaser. ?- i
SATURDAY, 2oth Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Postofflce, corner Broad street and
East Bay, rv
The American Schooner WM. B. MANN, asfshft
now Hrs int be Harbor of Beaufort, s. C., together
with her Anchors, Rigging, Chains, Ac, Aa .,
. The MANN was ballt at Morristown, N. J., in
1864; ls 227 tons register, and io fee', draft. :
?ND IKMKDIiTXLY ABTXB.
The udder deck cargo, as lt now lies on board
the above vessel, comprising about coe hundred
and twenty thousand f?et of YELLOW PINE
PLANK AND BOARDS, of the following dimen?
sions: 4XX10XX33; 8XX8XX82; -SMX8KX83; ?MX
8KX28; 8MX8XX28; 2x6 to 9, and Wide Boards. -?
The above cargo was cut expressly for the Phil*
delphla and Brie Railroad.
Bj R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Executors or JOHN H. TUCKER, deceased,
against the Devisers and Legatees of J. BL
TUCKER. ' . . n
By vii tue or a decree made in this ca s \ by
the Honorable R, F. Graham, Judge of the First
Circuit, 1 will offer for sale at pabilo Auction,
at the Old Postofflce, at the foot of Broa 1 street,
In Charleston, on THURSDAY, February 1st, at
II o'clock A. M. - ;
me following REAL ESTATE, Utuate lu George?
town County, belonging to the Estate or the late
John H. Tucker, to wit : : 1
The PLANTAT ON known as Will Brook; also,
the Plantation known as Litchfield; also, the
Lands on sandy Island; also, the Plantation
known as Q'.enm- re; also; the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; alto the Plantation known as
A more accurate description of these Planta?
tions will be given In a futura advertisement. ..
Terms-One third cash; remainder In one, twb
and three years, to be secured by bond or bonds
of the purchasers, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per an tum, payable annually
from the d >y of sale, and a mon gage of the prop?
erty purchased. Purchaser to pay Referee for
papers and stamps.
SAMUEL LORD, JB., Referee.
Bj LOTVNBBS & GRLMBALL,
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATION ON
. Oom bahes River, known aa "Rose Hill and
Under power of sa e contained In a mortgage
from Robert Chlsolm, Jr., Trustee, to Wm. 0. Bee,
Trna tee, dated 1st July, 1869, wl,il be sold at Pab?
ilo Auction, at the corner of Eist Bsy and Broad
streets, in Charleston, on TUESDAY, the 30thday
of January, 1872, at ll o'clook,
All that PLANTATION on Combahee River, de?
scribed in the conveyance made by Wm. C. Bee,
Trustee or Mrs. Elizabeth H. Trapler and children,
to Robert Chlsolm, Jr., Trustee, In accordance
with the order of Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge of
the First Circuit, dated 1st July, 1870, as "ali that
Tract of Land comprising the two Plantations
called 'Pleasant Hill' and 'Rose Hill.' and the ad?
joining Tract called 'Rugerson's,' or 'Roger's
Wood,' situate, lying and being on Combahee
River, In Colleton County, In the State aforesaid,
measuring and containing twenty-one hundred
and seventy-six (2176) acres, mote or lesa; butting
and bounding to the north partly on Lands or B.
Barnwell Hey ward, and partly on other Lands Of
the said Wm. C. Bee, Trustee of Mrs. E. H. Trap?
ler; to the east on Lands or D. Blake Heyward
and E. Barnwell Heyward," saving and except?
ing three hundred and fllty-three and three-quar?
ters (3633f) acres rroin the northwest corner of
said Tract, sold by the Auditor ?r Colleton Otwtnty
at delinquent land sale for taxes, and purchased
by the said Wm. C. Bee, as appears by certificate
of the Bald Auditor, dated January 2d, 1871.
The said mortgage to secare the credit portion
of the purchase money having been made In pur?
suance of the trust contained In the deed of con?
veyance aforesaid, and containing & power of
sale to-the said Wm. C. Bee, upon derault of pay?
ment, without ressrt to any court for roreclosnro
or mortgage. _ '
The said PlantatioS ls under lease to J. B. Bis?
sel until lat January, 1876, and ls sold subject to
said lease. Possession given OE 1st January. 1876.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable in one
and two years, with Interest from day ofssJ&pay
able semi-annually, secured by bond or the por
chaierand mortgage of the property. /*g"S
to pay for all requl-tte" papers anArevenne
stamps. ' janvi* 1 ?