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r CITY AFFAIRS.
?- Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
N. H. PORTER, are the travelling agents for
THE NEWS, the former for jower and the lat?
ter for upper Sooth Carolina.
Meeting? Thia Day.
Typographical Union, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Salea Tilts Day.
Laurey, Alexander & Co. will sell at ll
o'clock, before their store, ornamental shrub?
FIRE.-A little after nine o'clock, yesterday
morning, a chimney on the premises No. 12
Magazine street took fire, and burnt itself out
after creating a little anxious excitement on
the part of the neighbors. The occupant of
the house was reported, and the matter will
be investigated bet?re the Mayor this morn
.?THE WORLD AND THE POOR."-A lecture
upon this subject will be delivered by the
R'ght Rev. Bishop Lynch, in St. Patrick's
Church, to-morrow evening, at half-past
seven o'clock. The subject in the hands of
this distinguished scholar cannot fail to be
full of interest, and the charitable object in
view bespeaks a large attendance on ihe oc?
^IROIN ROSIN.-We b,r.ve received from Mr.
C, P. Levy a sample of new crop of virgin
rosin, manufactured by Mr. J. C. Shuter, of
St. Thomas's Parish., and consigned to Messrs,
Whilden & Jones of this city. It classes extra
pale and pale, and ls a month earlier thaa the
first new crop rosin last year. Mr. Shuter bas
for three years been first In this market with
DEATH OP AX ARTIST CORRESPONDENT.
Frank Vlzetelly, whose pictures and letters
during the secession war were so prominent a
feature in the London Illustrated News, and
who was well known in Charleston, was re?
cently drowned while on the passage from
England to the Cape of Good Hope. He was
going out for that paper to make sketches in
the newly discovered diamond digging?.
UNITED STATES COURT, JANUARY 20-The
United States vs. Thaddeus C. Hubbell, debt
on postoffice bond. Verdict for the plaintiff
for $924, with Interest from April 15, 1869.
In the Circuit Court, Robert Biggin*, indict?
ed under the Eu-Klux act for conspiracy, was
ordered to be remanded from the jail lu Co?
lumbia, where be Is now confined, to theYork
viiie Jail, to await the funner order of this
Adjourned until eleven o'clock ibis morning.
LIFE INSURANCE.-The Deutsche Zeitung, In
its issue of Thursday last, publishes an ac?
knowledgment for moneys received from
Messrs. Keim <fc Issertel, agents of the Guar?
dian Life Insurance Company. The card ls
signed by A. Hammerschmidt, administrator
for E. C. C. Schroder; Henry Buck, adminis?
trator for J. D. Hoepke; Margaretha Wigger,
Elizabeth Pranse, and Meti Wigger. The
policies were all upon persons who died of
yellow fever during the last season.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Louis May, a one-armed
man, found lying drunk at the Circular
Church about mid-day on Thursday, was sent
to the Almshouse to be taken care of.
P. Ducovant, for being drunk and raising a
disturbance in Meeting street, and subse?
quently abusing the police, was fined one
Edward Magwood, lodged for being disor?
derly In Cannon street, near President, was
.A PETTY CASH AFFAIR.-London Williams,
a colored porter, for some time past lu the
employ of Messrs. Chapeau & Heffron, was
arrested by the detectives charged with
stealing money, from time to time, from the
till of bis employers. A search lead to the re?
covery of twenty-three dollars which the pris?
oner thus amassed, and he was forthwith
turned over to a trial justice for examinai lon.
This took place yesterday afternoon, and Wil?
liams was sent to Jail to await his trial for
CHEAP FOR CASH.-C. Cash, a colored man,
wa3 arrested and brought before a trial Jus?
tice yesterday, charged with stealing a valu?
able terrier pup from the premises of a gentle?
man on Meeting street, near South Bay. It
was proved that the prisoner had taken off the
animal, and when suspected of the theft had
made away with it, apparently by poisoning.
The pnp being valued at fifty dollars, Cash was
sent to Jail to await his trial for grand larceny
at the coming term of the Court of General
TH F FARMERS' FERTILIZER CoMPANV.- At
an adjourned meeting of the stockholders of
this company, held last evening at the Board
of Trade Booms, the following officers were
elected: Board of Direction-W. G. Whilden,
J. B. Palmer, Henry T. Peake, Geo. H. He
Master, Theo. G. Barker, Wm. Beattie, A. P.
Caldwell, Robert Hunter, General James
Conner, G. M. Strong, A. Cameron, T. B. Je?
ter, A. Lengnlok, G. W. Cooper, N. A. Hour.
James Pagan, John Hanckel. Wm. Allston
Pringle, solicitor; A. H. Mazyck, treasurer;
A WISE CONCLUSION.-James McCall and
Thomas Fraser, two colored men, arrested
for fighting at the Northeastern Railroad
Depot, were brought before the Mayor yester?
day morning. The virulence of their quarrel
caused the Mayor to refer the matter to a trial
Justice for examination, and he so ordered.
When the court was over, the parties came
together, and after a mutual consultation,
decided that they did not have money enough
to gc before a trial justice, aud, upon their
joint request, the case will again be brought
up before the Mayor this morning tor bis final
SPOILING FOR A FIGHT_About half-pa3t six
o'clock on Thursday morning a jolly spirit,
named Richard Smith, sallied out on King
street, after imbibing freely of the ardents, to
raise an excitement. Nothing better present?
ing Itself, he got into a discussion with Paris
Green, a colored man, near Queen street, and
with but little preface pitched into his unsus?
pecting victim. Clubs and Stars were, how?
ever, on the watch, and before the fight could
well begin arrested Smith. He was brought
before the Mayor, who referred the case to a
trial justice for examination.
SETTLING A CASE.-On Thursday night two
fishermen quarrelled and had a desperate fight
In King street near South Bay. One of them
drew a knife and cut the other severely In l he
hand, while the latter retaliated by a free ap?
plication of his glistening incisors to the
biceps of his antagonist. Both were arrested
In medias res and brought before a trial justice.
A day intervened, and when the case was
called for trial the combatants appeared in
court, declared that they were friends and not
enemies, and shook hands in the moat amica?
ble manner. The matter was adjusted, and
plaintiff and defendant left In the highest
THE ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER.-The an na al
convocation of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter
will be held in Charleston on Tuesday, Feb?
ruary 13. Delegates will be passed and re
passed for one fare.
PERSONAL_Mr. William B. Johnson, one
of "the powers behind the throne"' in the rail?
road Empire of the South, ls now in Charles?
ton upon business connected with the South?
ern railroad system. Mr. Johnson is a man
of broad and liberal views as well as great
Dr. Clark, the general agent of the highly
popular and prosperous International Fire In?
surance Company, ls staying at the Charles?
SALE OF STOCKS AND BoxDS.-The notice of
the auction by Mr. Samuel C. Black ot a varied
and valuable assortment of slocks and bonds
attracted quite a crowd of bidders yesterday
morning, and we are glad to notice the activ?
ity and Improvement which characterized the
sale, particularly in regard to railroad steck.
The following prices were obtained :
9 shares Union Bank stock at 48j.
$56t> City of Charleston Bix per cent, stock
$500 conversion bonds of the State ot South
Carolina (new) at 28}, with January coupon.
$5000 South Caroliaa Railroad seven per
cent, bond*, lonj da'ed, at 65J.
4 shares Mount Pleasant Ferry Company
stock at 60.
$200? Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road first mortgage bonds at 80J.
44 shares Memphis arri Charleston Railroad
stock at $10 per share.
100 shares South Carolina Railroad stock at
34 and 344.
ACCIDENTAL SUOOTIXG IN WIXYAH BAY.-On
Wednesday last two sailors of the schooner
Louis Crockett, bound from Bucksvllle, S. C.,
to Ballimore, then lying at the mouth of Win?
jan Bay, left the vessel In a small boat for the
purpose of shooting ducks. About five P. M.
they returned, and oue of the sailors clam?
bered aboard the schooner, while the other.
William Gatt by name, remained lu the small
boat to band up the game and gun. Galt
grasped the gun near the muzzle and banded
lt up to his comrade, slock foremost. Before
the latter could take it one of the hammers
hitched, in some way, against ihe side of the
schooner, and, being drawn beyond the hall
cock, fell upon thc tube when it was released.
The sailors had taken the precaution to re?
move Hie cap?, but a portion of the fulminating
powder must have remj^d unobserved upon
tbe tube, for at the fall of the hammer the
charge exploded, emptying thu contents of J
the gun-a handful of duck-shot-Into Gat ie [
thigh, a few inches below the hip joint, shat?
tering the bone and fearfully lacerating the
flesh. The unfortunate man was taken to
Georgetown on Thursday morning, and placed
under the care of Dr. T. P. Balley, who at
once pronounced the wound an exceedingly
dangerous one; giving lt as h's opinion that
Gatt's only chance for life lay In the success?
ful amputation of the limb. It was accord?
ingly taken off almost at the hip joint. The
operation was performed by Dr. Balley, as?
sisted by Drs. Forster and Heriot, also of j
Georgetown. Galt rallied a little after the
performance of the operation, but the loss of j
blood before he was seen by a physician, and
thc shock to his nervous By stem, were too
great for his constitution, and resulted in his
death at six o'clock yesterday morning. He
was a native of Denmark.
IO "STUBBORN FACTS."
Io your card of the 26ih in?tant, under the
above caption, published in the Courier, you
intimate that I had been furnishing, or pro?
posed to lurnlsh, the Almshouse with bones.
Now, if you consider yourself responsible, or
prepared to substantiate your presumptuous
assertioo, you will give your name to the
writer. THOS. A. JOHNSON*.
Hotel A rrU ills-January 'ZO.
J. Gorham, Savannah; A. J. Hank, Ken?
tucky; J. L. Slalmer, A. L. Wilson, Philadel?
phia; H. Graham, New York; L. D. Childs,
Columbia; H. J. Hand, Philadelphia; H. G.
Wolfe, O. Goodalo and wile, New York; H. C,
Lee, A. C. Munger, Iowa- T. Martin, Savan?
nah^. M. Osgood and lady, Boston; James
Taylor, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Y. Young,
Chicago; H. A. Weel, Augusta; E. C. Schroder,
Nashville; F. F. Stone, Canada; B. Rosenfleld
and wife, R. G. Piing ill, New York; C. Tracy,
L. E. Duval!, Atlanta; Edward N. Morse,
Mississippi; J. C. Zimmerman, New York;
James R. Palmer, S. It. Clark, New York; H.
D. Phillips, Philadelphia; S. H. Gibbs, Michi?
gan; A. R. Vail,Mississippi; C. E. Vail, E. Do?
ner, N. C. Rlxfur, New York; W. H.
Gratwick and wire, Mrs. J. E. Page,
.7. C. Lansing, New York ; Charles A. Morris,
Massachusetts; S. B. Dow, W. Adams, Thomas
Hope, John W. Swarm, New York; S. H.
Wardwell, Boitcn; Henry Elli?, A. D. Fair,
Orangeburg; W. C. Brown, Georgia; Benja?
min W. Wilson and wife, Brooklyn; Mrs. E. B.
Stoddard and neice, Boston ; Charles E. Dukes,
Philadelphia; J. W. Meredith, Augusta.
D. S. Kennedy, Barnwell; T. Eidley, South
Carolina; M. C. Brewer, Northeastern Rail?
road; MIS3 M. E. Bruton, South Carolina; B.
GiovannoDi, New York; J. N. Boyd, Soutb
Carolina; A. W. Bethatn, Bochester, N. Y.; G.
H. Pond, San Francisco; Mrs. T. W. Lound,
Miss N. Meredith, J. D. Hahn and wife, Au?
gusta, Ga.; J. C. Mathe wes, City; Sam'l Baker,
Granltevllle, S. C.
MARINE INSURANCE.-WO invite attention
to the M irina Insurance advertisement of
Messrs. Huger& Ravenel which appears this
morning. The compiny they represent has
an old and well established reputation, and
well merits the confidence of the public. It ls
strictly marine in ?ts insurances, and confines
itsell to this special department of business.
It occupies a ifirat-clias position, being
managed by many of the most influential
bankers and merchants ot New York. They
have comple arrangements for coastwise and
river Insurance. They are a'so prepared to
issue certificates, payable In gold in London,
(which are settled upon the same terms as
those of English Lloyds) enabling parties ship?
ping cotton and other produce to Europe to
effect their insurance here, which If generally
done would keep a large amount of money
in the country which now goes out of it.
Messrs. Huger & Rstvenol will be happy to
furnish any Information to those callina at
their office, No. 8 Broad street.
LADIES will find some rare bargains in Cloaks
and Shawls, which will be sold at lesa than
cost prices to close them out, at J. B. Bead's.
BRIDLES.-Two hundred new and second?
hand Government Bridles at half-price. For
sale by John Commins, No. 308 King street,
six doors above the Masonic Hall.
THE CHARLESTON SUNDAY TIMES will contain
the latest telegraph new3 and market reports.
Read lt Sunday morning. *
FOR A STYLISH and elegant Hat, at popular
prices, go to Pienge'a, No. 201 King street.
WHEELER & WILSON, Singer, and Grover &
Biker family Sewing Machines for sale at low
pi ice?, fully warranted. These machines
have been taken in part payment for the un?
rivalled Weed F. F. and Letter G Silent Ma?
chines, and will be sold cheap to make room
for more offering, at No. 307 Klag street.
ALL WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS AND DOORS
sold by P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne and No. 33
Pinckney streets, are made at his factory on
Hor beck's wharf, in ihls city. A general
stock of building material constantly on band.
Call and examine the quality and prices of his
work, which defy competition and are une?
qualled. Lasting satisfaction 1B guaranteed in
all sales. auglS-thstu
CJRE FOR COUGH OR COLD.-AS soon as
there ls the slightest uneasiness of the chest,
with difficulty of breathing, or Indication of |
cough, take during the day a few "Brown's |
Bronchial Troches." ' Jau23-tuths3
REMOVED.-John Commins has removed
from No. 131 Meeting street to No. 308 KlDg
street, Bix doors above the Masonic Hall, and
has received a few cases ot Men's Heavy Calf j
Congress Gaiters and Balmorals, with steel
quilted soles, a very superior and durable shoe
tor wear. Janl7-ws6
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS-Superior to
any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NKWS-ROOM. dec20
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
MAUR TOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Pintes at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. _ _ 0Ctl4-s
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of I
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room._ apr20-s
CHEILLET'3 PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair |
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, suchas ?
tearing or ripping.
f Pails, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 63 Regent street.
New York, 929 Broadway.
[Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FDRCHOOTT, BENEDICT SC Co., sole Agents
Two case3 ot double-width Ginghams, only
12* cents, worth 18 cents, at FURCHOOTT, BEN?
EDICT & Co., No. 214 King street. Jan25
SPECIAL 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.
CROQUET ! CROQUET !-The cheapest in the
city. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT ?t Co., No. . 244 King
street, offers real bargains in Tarletans in all
colors, also In Kid Gloves, Sash Ribbons and
Lace Collars. - J an 25
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. decl4
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
g J UT il CARO bl NA li A t JL, bl I . All
UUAKLBSTUN, &. C., December 23, 1871.
On Mia alier SOND?T, December24, Ute Passen?
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
mu as follows:
L u*uCharleston.8.10 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.i.Uo P. M.
L uve '.harletitou._.8.10 A. M.
A Tivn at columbia.4.16 P. M.
L?ave Augusta. 7.40 A M.
A-H7P at Charleston.~ 3.20 P. M.
L JATO Columbia. 7.40 AM.
Arm vc at Charleston.8.20 P.M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.0.00 A. M.
Leave Ringville.12 30 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta..<.0.30 P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT BXFBBSS.
Lia ve Charleston.~.s.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. .. 7.zo A M.
L .'ave Augusta.0.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.66 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT XXTBK8&
L3ave Criarles ton.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.0.30 A.M.
L .'?'.ve Columbia._.. 7.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.00 A. M.
Leave Summerville at..7.26 A M.
Arrive at Charleston at.8.46 A. M.
Leave Charleston at..8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at..4.46 P. M.
Leave Camden.0.16 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.10..0 A M.
Leave Columbia.~.1.4"> P. M.
Arrive at Camden..-.0.26 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connection?
a-. Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centra
Night Tram connects with Macon and Angust?
Columbia Night Tram connects with Green vin -
Aid Columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
Camden Tram connects at Ringville daily (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
cans through to Columbia.
A L. TYLER. Vico Pres leen t.
S. B. PICK ENS. G. T. A_taMO
XTORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
cnAHLtssroN, & c., February ll, 1871.
Trains will leavo Charleston Dally at 6:80 A M.
.nd 6.16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:80 A. M. (Mondays ex
opted) and 2:80 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 6 P. M" SUM
Train leaving 0:30 A. M. makes through conuec
i -n to New York, via Richmond and Acquis
orees only, going through in 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 6.16 P. M. Train have
choleo of ronte, via Richmond and Washington
ir via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leavln?
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal
umore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUM
? 'AT in wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
onie to Cincinnati, Chicago and other pomu
.Vest and Northwest, both Trams making con
"lections at Washington with Western train?
or Baltimore and o hlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLBAPOB, General Ticket Agent.
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 22,1871.
On and after MONDAY. December the nth, the
Passenger Trains on thia Road win run as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.3.26 p. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally. 0.16 P. M.
Leave savannah dally.11.16 P. M.
Arr.ve at Charleston dally.6.36 A M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P. M
Freight forwarded da?v on through bills of lad
lag to points tn Florida and by Savannah Une 0:
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights lor Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at os low rates as by any other line.
O. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. 0. BOYLSTON, ?en'l Ft. and Ticket Agent,
Reliable Scabs for sale by
teca DK. H. L'AEit, No. 131 Meeting street.
LIST OP LETTERS remaining in the Fostofflce
at Charleston, ror thc week ending January 28,
1871, and printed otllclaUy In THE DAILY NEWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
In thc City of Charleston.
t&- Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised."
STANLEY 0. TROTT, Postmaster.
Ahiens, Marv Marris. Mrs O'Connell, Mar
Aiken, Mls-t C M I-aac gret
Albrecht, Caro Hai lesion, Caro Ohladts, Mrs A
Une line M
Alston, Mrs H A Hamilton, Miss O'Duyre, Mary
Anderson, Juni Rowena Owens, Enge
AtktDSon, MraA Hart. Miss Fran ida
B, Miss o ce* Pearson, Fran
Bahrlng, Saran Hanns, Jane A ces W
E Uangtns, Mrs Pinckney, Char
Baker, Lydia Adeline 1 tte
Beuneit. Pegsy Harvey. Mrs Phillips, Miss E
Benrman, catii- Stephen A
rlne Besse, Mary E Polite, Mrs Mar
Bed-ole, Mary Uewlck, Roso gret
Birmingham, Hciwnck, Car Prince, Mary
Mary dine Ann
Belforr, LU Howard, Lave- Pritchard, Mar
Bowman, Mrs ula gret
George llowrad, Tnlu Qiumnl, Annie
Bostick, James lah . ts
Brawler, Dray- Howard, Mrs G Randall, Annie
ton Mi s A Ri venen, Julia
Bredeman, Mrs Fin mes. Eliza F Reed, Rose
Britten, Mra J U Holraas, Caro Rcddock, Bar
Billi, Mrs E line bara
Brooks, Sarah Holmer. Maty Roach, Ellen
Brown, Lenora Ik-lback, Mis Dr noach, Jalla V
Brown, Cathi Peter Koberr,Sarah F
rlne E Mencken, Matu- Roberson, Ra
Brown, Lizzie da chel
Brown, Mrs C L Humphries, El Robinson, Lelia
Br ur j ss, Mrs lea Kodgets. Isebell
Mary Hullen. Anna Ras', Betsey
Btonbow, Bec Jacobs, Lula Rutledge, Elbe
key Jackson, Mar- Rulrell. Ellen
Burn9, Sarah gret Schmidt, Mary
Buckley, Mrs R Jackson, Susan A
Capers, Aman- Jaikson, Linda Schleyer. Sophia
da B Jones, Sarah E Schenock, Mrs
Chapman,Sarah Jones, Susan L Johanna
Chion, fanny Jones, Miss i Scott, Mks M E
Clinton, Fancie Eason fingleton, Clar
Clawsen, Mrs Johnson, Ress rasse
Coteo, Marla Johnston, Mn .:llcovinco,Caro
Corcoran, Jno P.nckney line
Crouchfleid, Kavanau.h, Selrs, Mrs J F
Jane Marla skipper. Sarah
Cuthbert, Mrs Kelti. Clara Smlih, Percello
Wm ll Ketter, Hannah Smith, Annie E
Cutlers, Mrs M Keegan, Bridget Smith, Alice A
S Kessler, Helen Smith, Janie
Cotter, Mrs Ma- Kennedy. Smith, Lizzie
ry S Ama-uta Smothers,Annie
Daniels, Jolla Lewlth, Mrs E J M
Darby, Miss L B Levy, El'za Sly, Mrs IW
Dease, Hettie Lewis, Mrs H Snackenberger,
Donahue, Mary Little, Mary Sarah
A Livingston, El- Stockman, Lau
Drayton. Susan len ra
Drose, Mattna Lory ea, Esther Stourd, Mary
Duncan. George Lownds, Mis Ann
Edward, MI-.S Annie E *trobel), Ame
Fiancls Leg vre, Martha lia
Emanuel, Mrs K Lour, Rose Stephens, Ma"
Evans, fannie Loni, Mrs A E ria
0 Lo ruck, Mrs Jno Stone, Miss L
Evans, M Lonl?a E E
Fenwick, l her Low, Mrs Anna Tamsberry,
esa Lacas, Miss L ulsa
Ferguson, Mrs S Minie Taylor, Ro e
Flinn, Mrs Lu Luye. Esler Templeton, Mrs
dause LU: li:-rs, Louise Ann
Flemmlog. Miss ?lackey, Marla Thomas, Jose
Mary Maranoa. Marla phlne
Ford, s ara h Ann Man tn, Ada Tourner, Miss E
Frank, Mrs J Mathews, sarah R
Frank, Miss Ll A Yenning, Al ee
na Mathews, Ada Venning, Har
Gardner.M ss b M - riet M i
A Mehrtens, Miss Walker, Mrs
Grant, Hester Ann e M
Gethmaunr.UrE Mltchd!, Agnes Warran. Marla
L Mike l, Marla J Washington,
Gevman, Mar- vin er, narrien Miss 0 H
gret M J Miller, tiannah Watson, Mrs
Gibbes, Julia 0 Wm
Gibbes. Essie Murray, Annie Whaley, Fannie
GUIard, Mandy McKinley, Jane F
Grason, Rose McLaiu, Mag- White, Ann'o
Grant, Nancy gie wilkins, Sarah
Green, Mi-s Jen .veison, Lydia G
nerette O'Brien, Ellen Williams, Mary
Green. Miss KM O'Bilen, Mar- E
Hull, Mrs H S gret wilson, Anna
Hay. Miss Ha- O'Brien, Jane Zoner, Carrie
sell . L
Adlson. R Harts, H Poland, capt o
Aden, Charles A uart A Howell, W
Aikens, Ruben Geo S Polite, JW
Alston, Ms Hachemann, uandolph, Jno
Alston, S W Wm P
Anders rn, Hen- Baynes, P W Hemer, Johann
ry Ball, Do: Reegan,Thomas
Agnen, Paul Hayes, G B Mchcrson. Jas
Anderson, Jo- death, Walter F Kink, H W
seph H< ino, Wm J Roiers, Gabriel
Anderson, Ed- Heins, J Rusts, side?
ward Holmes, R ? phonse
Ash, J seph .?otrman, O Robertson, S W
Atties, William Uodman, Brab- Rose, Lawrence
I Aaten, Charle* born ? co Rose, W P
Barnwell, W M Hucks, Capt II it-ok, Jan W
Barron. James K Ruino, 0 H
M - Hudson, RC Kyley, Steph
Balley, William Hube Fritz ney
(col'd) Jackson, Wm Saroni, Glovanl
Bernard A Car- Jerollman, Hen-Sampson, An?
te r i y drew c
Becker, Aug Jeffords, T O say rs. Charlie
Berry, Samuel Jenkins, Robert Sawyers, B
Beatson, DA Jes-en, Henry Shaiz, 1-aac
Bork. Patrick Johnson, J W Seabrook, Jas
Koesch, J F Johnson, Ellis B
Bum nings, j no (col'd) Sem ken, Jo
Brunson, J N li, F w hann
Brrdenberg, Kiley, J Seeberger, An
Henry Kennedy, A gust
Brickwede), P C Kelsey, Ben J Shaw, Lewis
Brown, Jacob Koliluiann, D Sheehan, Denis
(col'd) Kruse, John shingler, E A
Brown, Rev Keos, Gustav Shook, W H
Maunlng FC ur re, A Simons, Mayzck
Brown, Wm R Law, S D Siellog, F
Brown, Joseph Lacrortze, Char- Sumott, Purcy
Burrows. Wm ho Smite, Meatre
Brady, wi nam Lamb, Henry Smith, James
Butt, Dr Zo Une, Wm A Smith, J P
Carter, Gilbert Levy, Louis A smith, Peter
Cary, James Little A Mar- (< ol'd)
Cahatln, Pat- snail Smith, Mathias
rick Llhenthal, Jno Smith, Jno N
Cammer. WH O Smith, Andrew
Cadets, Jerry Loria, Emil Stelling, Jno H
Cannon. Geo M Lohmann. Fritz E
Carra, Patrick Loth, Edward St? liing, Henry
Chadwick, Jno Lord, K N stuhr, H D
L Ladlam, Capt F Stevens, Clem
Ohlsolm. Ed- L Stephens, Dr I
ward N Lynch, Charles >teink.imp, H
Cham L Dennis F Stuhrs, Henry
Clause, Cllnon martin, S De Taylor, Chas
Claus, Jno II May,'H Talgs. E M
C agett, w H Magwood, Robt Terrill, H F
Clive, Archer A Manning. James Tennent, E M
Cole, Julius H Manigauir, Jere- Tennent, Capt
Cole, Thomas mian John
Coat.'. James S MeJberry. Maj J Thoma*, John
Conroy, Jno Mercer, Geo R Thomas. James
cocinan, Rob Meyer, CH (col'd)
ert Meyer, M Thompson, J D
Cougtilln, Risley Meyer, J H Thompson, D V
Constant, P B Meir, Mr Towozy.Tnomp
Cobon, Charles Miller. Wm B son
Cutten. R M Michels, Capt Tllston, N
Cunegan, Paul Anthony Tuttley, Wm
A iMichlals, Chas TJ hrnan, Mat
Dawson A Ba- Middleton, Vanderhoist, R
ker George H
Desemo'e, Tims Middleton, vanderhorst,
Deveneau, Ed- Adam Bishop
ward Mlntz. J Vtnjal), Mon
DelesUn, James Mlshaw, WU> sieur A
A liam Vlohl, Hinrlch
Desehrock, Morriam, Rich- Von Eiizen, H
Hanke ard T II
DL'her. RW Morrow, Arthur VoigtH, Henry
Donald, James Monroe, Thom- Walker, Geo W
Dreier, Albert os Walling, Jno
Eng bh, Rob-Montomurrc, Warley, JG
ert Glovanl Waruken, H Q
Enplno, Botelli Monsees, Henry Wa blngton, AI
Evans, .-aram 1 Mulrooney, J bert
Evans, RF McGorty, John Wellington, Al
Faulting. W N McGulnecB. WU Trod
farmer, J W liam Watklne, Thom
finley, Thornas Mc Lain, C D as P
Flood, James McNally, Pat- Werzel, F W
FoutB, A J rick Wilton, Peter
Gardner, Wm D Nestor, Thomas Wheeler, James
G eran, Mas.- e Newton, F G II
Gibbes, Cain Nelson, Charles Wiermann, Eide
Glen, Daniel W Wigger, Her
Gobrelht, Wm Oppel, J Hein- manu
Gundkopt, J rig Wilson, Rich
Greer. James Parker, Albert ard
Grant, 0 Pepper, P M Wilson, Jno R
Gi ant, J J Perry, frank Williams, Thom
Grenble, George Phillips, JLO M as
Grlce, Free- R Williams, Alex
mond Phillips, Sig- ander
Grube, John mund Wing, Robert
Grumme, W H Pepktn, GW [Worth A Wal
Harbers, H Pious, July ter
Hall, Summer (col'd) Woods, ns
Leiters for Residents of Mount Pleasant.
Dawson, Dr Z E
Glover, Dr Chas
Hamilton, T J
Honey, J G
L" wis, J U
Smith, Mrs M
Whaley, Jno R
Yates, Miss Lil?
?3- Persons depositing letters In the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be malled, but wlli be sent to the Derjd
Let er omce.
St raina matants.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
<?OLD AKD SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO SINGER SEW
"T"yiP MACHINE AT SAVANNAH F UR, NOVEMBER, 1371.
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, UCTOBEB, 1871, FOB BEST
T>D/??"LY MACHINE. .
PRE"'UM AT THE MACON FAIB, OCTOBEB. 1871, FOB FAMTLT MA
FTnSrHnTmlU BEST AND M0ST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FA MILY MAC Bl'l?^ ^^^VILLB, NOVEMBER 2,1871, FOB BEST
G0LRI?fjMtfSAALT TH? ?SREB SILVER MFDALS 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-tuths RESIDENT AGENT, CHARLESTON, S. o.
This Art'cle, prepared by the ATLANT.O PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ander the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, is now offered at the Reduced
Price of 9?8 p/r ron cash, or 931 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Fres of Interest
Orders Ulled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as doe 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to nani lt at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
decMmos Blt OW N'S WHARF, CH VRLHSTOV, S. C.
This FERTILIZER, m-tnufac-ured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the dlreo
tlon of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, is now offered to ihe Planung Community AT
THE VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or ?58 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used lu this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
some of the most practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made DOW will be considered aa cash on the 1st of March, 1872, and to those boy lng on
time the sale will be considered as due on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are Idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
decfMmos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. O.
J MP O R T A N T TO PLANTERS AND FACTORS.
MIDDLETON'S FISH AMMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
This excellent brand of FERTILIZER comes before the public well recommended. Having been
prepared with great pains and best material", Its adaptation to the crops of this section Is u naur -
passeri, the evidence o? which ls furnished by the fallowing testimonials oT Professor SHEPARD and
J. B. BlSSELL, Esq., which we annex as follows:
OFFICE OP THE STATS INSPECTOR OP FERTILIZERS, March 31st, 1871.
Messrs. J. A. Enslow ct Co.: GENTLEMEN-EncloFcd please find ihe analysis of the sample or
"Middleton's F.sh Ammooiated Phosphate," selected by my assistant from the ca-go Just arrived.
The largo amount or organic matter, rich In ammonia, and the highly eoiuble condition of the phos?
phoric acid, are sufficient recommendations for this article. I feel sure that the planter will be bene?
fited by Its Judicious application to cotton and other crops. Respectfully, your obedient servant,
(signed) C. U. SHEPARD, JR., M. D., Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 12,187 r.
Messrs. J. A. Enslow <f Co., Agents Middleton's Ftth Amnumiated Phosphate GKNTLHHSN-I
experimented with the one ton of M.ddlet n's Fish Ammonlated Phosphate which I procured-of you,
and beg to state that I applied lt to Rice alongside of the Phosnhatic Manures manufactured In this
city and vicinity, and the result was decidedly in favor of your Fertilizer.
11 ave not yet threshed my crop, and cannot, therefore, furnish you with the difference In yield,
but the growth and vigor of the stalk proved to me the superiority of Middleton'* Fish Ammonlated
Phosphate over the other Fertilizers used. Very respectfully, yours.
(Signed) J. B. BISSF.LL.
UNIFORMITY OF QUALITY GUARANTEED.
PRICKS-950 cash; or for approved acceptance, payable 1st November nex*, 960.
Address - J. A. ENSLOW ?fe CO.,
Jan3-W63mos AGENTS, No. 141 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
pACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PR10E-$26 CASU, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
Thia article la prepared turner the superintend?
ence or Dr. ST. JULIAN R WESEL, expressly for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It was Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and its use has Tully attested its value. 200
to 260 pounds or this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight ot cotton seed,
furnishes the planter witn a Fenlllzer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cosr. A Compost
prepared with thu article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a First Oa?s Fertilizer,
while its economy must commend Its Uneral 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 A t; an tlc Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
g O L ? B L E
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience in the use or this GUASO Tor the
past six years in this state, lor Cotton and Corn,
bas BO far established its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy or the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls put into market this season at the above re?
el need price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o' Ita large facilities ana 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 that Its quality and composition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the presei.i value of 30 pounds ol
cotton, while experience has shown mat under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop ls increased by the application from two to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
nnder no condition could Its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. cs East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wnarf, 1
Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA- ]
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR 1
TUE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation m one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair its natural color and youth'ul appear- .
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the hair and stop Us falling ;
out. It is entirely harmless, and perfectly free j
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore >
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant I
preparations now In use. Numerous testimonia s i
have been sent us from many of our most promt- ?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In :
everything In which the articles now in use are 1
ohjectlonabl?, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Sliver, lt does not Boll the
clothes or scalp, IB agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of thebret dressings for the Hair in
use. It restores the color of the Hair "more per- 1
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,'*
and always does so in from three to ten days, 1
I virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth of the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
Oils won '.erm; discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance.
We call especial attention to the fact that a
limited number of trial bottles will be given way
gratuitously to those wishing to try lt. You will
notice that in pursuing this course our aim ls to
convince by the actual merits of the article.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. a
For sale by the Agent, DH. B. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
Ancrum Soles-i'ntnre Barja
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
On accoant and risk of former paren wer.
"Wm. H. Wesson vs. Ed wa". L. Horry, et al.
United states circuit Court.-recree of Fore?
By virtue of a Decree of said Court wlll'be sold,
lu iront of tbe Postorace, at Charleston, on TUES?
DAY, the 30th January, 1872, at ll o'clock A. M.,
That Plantation called "MILL DAM," situated
In Georgetown County, containing three hun?
dred and ninety (390) acres, more or less. Bounc?
ed northwest and south by lands of T. S. Horry,
east by lands ol W. B. PrlDgL?.
That other plantation called "NEWL.lND," con?
taining: six hundred (600) acrrs, more or less.
Bounded north by Pine Lands unknown, east by
lands of T. S Horry, 60uth by North Santee Blver,
and west by lauds of H. E. Lucas-both tracts
being new united Into one Uno Bice Plantation, to
be sold as one.
Terms-une-third (K ) ca sh ; balacee in one and
two y< ara, secured by bond and mortgage, with
Interest from day or sale, payable semi-annually.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
L. E. JOHNSON,
jaol7,19,27,3Q_U. S. Marshal.
Ooois, Sfjceo, ?Pc.
KORNS: KORNSI Ko it NS ?
IF YOU ARE FITTED AT THE
"STAR SHOE HOUSE,"
NO. 127 MEETING STREET,
South ol Market, Next Co-operative Grocery Store.
From experience and severe test, we unhesi?
tatingly affirm that the SHOES sold irom the
"Star Shoe House" ont-wear, give more ratlsfac
tion and comiort than any we have ever tried.
[Voice oj the Press.
We endorse the above, and add that, to the best
of our knowledge and belier, (roods from the
above House are sold cheaper than from any
other similar More ' In The Wor d."
DALE HALL, December 24.1871.
W. C. OHAPMAN & . 0.: GBNTS-I have worn
your W. Nailed SHOES eight months, still they
are as good as new. You only warranted them
for six months. Z. L. OOF.-ER.
% BR?SSELS. November 3.1871.
Messrr. W. C. CHAPMAN Sc CO.: o ENTE-Dur?
ing my tour In America, ou a flying vlslt to
Charleston, by my request you were pleased to
send me several pair of your "GAITERS," all or
which I kept. I must return you my sincere
thanks (I was nuable to obtain them lo any other
Storp) 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
send me by European Express one dozen palra
No. 1. . * . * . * .
N. B. These are our "Excelsior Congress." the
Soest Shoes made, and sold at only $3 a pair.
Ho lady Bhonld be without them. Sold elsewhere
from $4 to S3.
ROXCE MILLS, S. C., December 0,1871.
W. C. CHAPMAN & CO.: GENTS-I congratu?
late you on being proprietors of the only sHOE
HOUSE in Charleston (The Star) owned and con
ducted by Charleston ians. My older was filled
to my entire satisfaction, and all the Shoes flt
beautiful]/. Your low prices astound! d me.
They are^t least 20 per cent, below what I have
been giving other dealers in your city. I assure
you your seleoUous pleased me better than if I
had been oa baud to purchase individually. Per?
severe, and I only hope many more or our young
men will follow your example and energy, and
JUC: again make old Charleston prosper as lu
days or yore. **.**.**.*.
GEN'L E. M. J*.****-*
SHOES SOLLT?T RETAIL.
Orders from the country fllle? promptly, and
The STAR SHOE HOUSE Is No. 127 Meeting
street, near Market.
LOOK FOR THE STAR (*)
W. C. CHAPMAN & CO,,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
W. B. BURKE. Jane-alyr
rjHB UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on beth sides,) bas
self-adjaBilug tension, and is the only first class
low price Sewing Mtcblne in the market adapted
for every variety of sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $25 ard $37.
AgeniB wat ted. Send stamp Tor circular and
sample or Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
janll-fmwemo Charleston, S. C.
By LAURKY, ALEXANDER & 60.
ORNAMENTAL TREE3 AND ROSES^
from the Peab jard Narr erle?, Norfolk:, Va.
THIS DAT, 37th Instant, will be sold before om?
Store, at ll o'clock, .-..-> ^ -*:?c
An Invoice of ORNAMENTAL TREES, viz: Mag?
no h. Grande Florie, Cedars, Aa, Ac and Moas?
Hybrid, Ac, Ao, Roses.
Onction gates-Untare gPagg.
W. T. LEITCH & JR. S. BRUNS,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP ITALIAN
Marble, Alabaster statuary, Vase?, Card
Receivers, Mantel Ornaments, Bronze Figures*
Clocks, Ac. .
Will be sold on TUESDAY, sota instant, at
ll o'clock, at No. 62 Broad street, *
The above assortment, recently imported from -
Florence. Italy, by Selgnor O. B Pandolflne ex?
pressly for this market.
Stock-open for Inspection on Monday.
Jan-27___ ? - ? .
W. T. LEITCH & ?, S. I?I.UXS,
TWO AND A HALF STORY WOODEN
RESIDENCE, cn Brick Basement, Qaeea.
street, near Rutledge street,
",Vf ni be sold TUESDAY, tae 3Dth Initant, at ir
0 at t he old Postofflce,
".^""^Ugntfally situated RESIDENCE, south:
r4i%S? street, opposite Smith, a few doors'
inT fiw-e 8treet. coatalnlng 7 eqnare, 2 ams
52^??T^*.*???''. be8lde? Stehen and
nt?K?,1?2?ft 2 Piazzas and fine oistenu
Gas thronghont the premises
lnIdetp?ha8Ure8 60?e?t ?nqae*n feet
Terms-One-thlrd cash; balance m one and tw?
years, with Interest on "bond and monnse. Pro-*
nerty to be insured and policy as-igned Par*
chaser to pay ns for papers and stamps, - . .
By LOWNDES & GBIMBALL.
EE F ERE E'S SALK.
The Vestry and Church Wardens or the
episcopal Church of the Parish of St stephen's, .
TS. Geo. L. Smith, Administrator, et aL
Pursuant to an order i f sale in the above named
cue, made by the Hon. K. F. Graham. Judge of
.the First circuit, dated January 24th, 1872, 1 win
offer for sale on TUESDAY. February 20th, at the?
Postofflce, Broad street, Charleston, at ll o'clock:
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situated on the south side of 8 an tee River, ta St
Stephen's Parish, County of Charleston, and
known as the st Stephen's church Glebe Land*,
containing six ti und reu and forty-four (844) acre?,
more or less, and having such boundlnga aa aro
?artlcularly set forth lu a put drawn by W. P.
r w In, survey or, on the 2d d*y of AprU, 1858, and
recorded in the -office of Mesne Conveyance for
Terms-One-half cash; balance in equal lnstal
ments of one and two years, with Interest at.
seven per cent, per annnm, payable annually, se
cured ny bond of the purchaser and mortgage or
the premises. Purchaser to cay for stamps and
papers. G. HERBERT SASS,
j in27,3l,ffeba ta,20_Referee.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
VALUABLE KAYNE STREET STORE",
Will positively be fold on TUESDAY, 6th day or
February, at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
All that LOT OF LAND on the south side ol..."
Bay oe street together with the Four-Story Brick..:
Store on Hayne street, known by the No. 87, (be?
ing the flfi h store east of Meeting street) now oc?
cupied by John S. Fairly A co.; measuring Ia
fronton Hsyne street 25feet by iee in depth, ma?
ning through to and front?n;1 on Market street,
with a Two story Brick Store on said street, now: '
occuple l by Messrs. Hart A Oo.
Terms-On-'-fourth cash; the balance in three -
equal annual ID s til men ts, with seven per cent. -
Interest, payable atm-al ly, secured by bond tmU .
mortgage, with insurance of butldluga and as?
signment of policy. Pnrcbaser paying for al
necessary paper * and stamps..
By K.M. MARSHALL & BRO.
DESIRABLE BUSINESS STAND, No.
166 King ftreer, west side, south or Clifford.
On THURSDAY, February 1, at ll o'clock, Willi
be Bold at the Postofflce,
The ab*ve STORK AND DWELLING, being a
two and a half story brick building, wu h doubla
brick Kitchen. All In fair repair. L t abont 36
by 160 feet more or less. Terms easy; made
known at sale. Jan25ibswth4
By R. H. MARSHALL & BRO~
Executors of JOHN H. TUCKER, deceased-,
against the Dev.sera and Legatees of J. H..
By virtue of a decree made In this case,by
the Honorable R. F. Graham, Judge of the First
circuit, l win offer for sale at pnbllc Auction,,
at the Old Poatcfflce, at the foot of Broad street!
In Charleston, on THURSDAY, February 1st, at
ll o'clock A. M.
Ihe following REAL ESTATE, f ltuate In George?
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John H. Tucker, to wit :
Tne PLANTAT ON known as Will Brook; alsoy
the Plantation known as Litchfield; also, the
Lands on .-andy Island; slnn, the Plantation ?
known as Glenm re; also; the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; auo the Plantation known aa.
A more accurate description of these Planta-:
tiona will oe given In a futur*advertisement.
Terms-One third cash; remainder In one, two -
and three years, to be secured by bond or bonds,
of the purchasers, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per ansnm, payable annuaiiy
from the d >y of sale, and a mor.gaae of the prop?
erty purchased. Purchaser to pay Referee foe
papers and stamps.
SAMUEL LORD, JB., Referee?.
By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL,
VALUABLE BICE PLANTATION ON
Combahee River, known as "Rose Hill and
Under power of sa'e contained in a mortgage
from Robert Chlsolm, Jr., Trustee, to Wm. 0. Bee,
Trustee, dated 1st July, 1860, wld be sold at Pnb?
llc Auction, at the corner of East Bay and Broad
streets, in Charleston, on TUESDAY, the SOth day
or January, 1872, at ll o'clock,
All that PLANTATION on Combahee River, de?
scribed in the conveyance made by Wm. C. Bee,.
Trustee of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Trapler and children,,
to Robert Chlsolm. Jr., Trustee, la accorianae
wlth the order of Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge of
the First Circuit dated 1st July, 1870, as "alt that.
Tract of Land comprising the two Plantations^
caned 'Pleasant Hill' and 'Rose HUI.' and the ad
Joining Tract called 'Rugeraon's,' or 'Roger's
Wood,' situate, lying ana being OD Combahee
River, in Colleton County, in the state aforesaid,
measuring and containing twenty-one hundred
and seventy-six (2176) acres, more or less; butting
and bounding to the north partly on Lands of E.
Barnwell Hey ward, and partly on other Lands of
the said Wm. C. Bee, Trustee cf Mrs. E. H. Trap?
ler; to the east on Lands of D. Blake Heyward
and E. Barnwell Heyward."
The said mortgage to secure the credit portion
of the purchase money having been made In pur?
suance of the trust contained In the deed of con?
veyance aforesa'd, and containing a power of
sale to the said Wm. c. Bee, upon default of pay?
ment, without resert to any court for foreclosure,
01 mortgage. ;o
THO said Plants tlon ls under lease to J. B. Bfip
sel until 1st January, 1875, and ia sold subject to
said lease. Possession given on 1st January. 1876.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable in one
and two years, with Interest from day of sale, pay?
able semi-annually, secured by bond of the pnr?
cbaser and mortgage of the property;-- Porebaser
to pay for all reqnl-ite papers and revenue
By W. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUNS-,
REFEREE'S SALE-FORECLOSURE O?* :
Mortgage-R. s. Bruns vs. J. c. Lacoster
and the Homestead Building and Loan Associa?
By virtue of an order Tor Bale in this case, made
by i he Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the First Olr- .
cult I will offer for sale at public Auction, on .
FRIDAY, the 2d day of February, 1872, at ll
o'clock In the forenoon, at the Postofflce, at the.
foot of Broad street, Charleston, S. C..
All that PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, with the
buildings thereon, situate, lying and being on
the north side or Montague street tn the City or
Charleston, and State of South Carolina, meas?
uring and containing In front on Bald street six?
ty niue (69) feet, more or less, from east to west,
and in depth from sooth to north two hundred
and twenty-five (226) feet more or less; butting -
and bounding on lands of Mr. Gray to the north,
to the south on said street, to the east on Land or
Mrs. Dawson, Mrs. Tliton and others, and to the
west on Land of the Estate of J. and S. Black- -
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable in two
equal successive annual instalments, with In?
terest thereon at tue rate of seven per cent per
annum, payable annually, secured by bond or
bonds of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premlses, the buildings to be Insured and policy
of insurance assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. ' w. M. BRUNS,
Janl3-s8li special Referee.
?cntB ?oobfl- Ut.
No. 324 KING, OPPOSITE LIBERTY STREET;
A Handsome Assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER LACE'.
For Masquerade Costume*