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49- Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
N. H. PORTER, are the travelling agents for
THE NEWS, the former for -bwer and the lat?
ter for upper Sooth Carolina.
Meetings Tbis Day.
Friendship Lodge, No. 4, K. P., at 7 P. M.
Washington Rifle Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
Adger Rifle Club, at 7 P. M.
A udio ii Sales This Day.
Leitch ? Bruns will sell at ll o'clock:, at No.
12 Broad street, Italian marble statuary,
clocks, ?e.; also at the Pustofflce, at ll
o'clock, real estate. ?
* Lowndes & Grim ball will sell at ll o'clock,
at the Postoffice, real estate.
United Slates Marshal will sell at ll o'clock,
at tbe Postoffice, real estate.
Paul B. Lalane & Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at tlieir store, shoulders, pig heads,
William McKay will s ll at 10 o'clock, at his
store, horses and mules.
Laurey, Alexander A Co. will sell at 10
.'clock, at their store, bacon strips, bellies, &?.
J. Fraser Mai he wes will sell at ll o'clock, at j
his office, a mare.
THE RINK.-Owing to some hitch In the ar?
rangements, the roller-skating Rink will not
be opened this evening by Mr. Bernard, as had
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.-At a late meeting
of the board ol equalization, Mr. E. W. Mar?
shall, was elected chairman and Mr. A. L. To?
bias secretary. Th.? board will enter upon their
duties at once.
Is PORT.-Mr. John Heart, who has been,
by turns, editor of the Charleston Mercury,
Congressional printer, State agricultural com-j
m ss;oner, and secretary to Governor Scott, ls
now employed in the Treasury Department at ?
THE WEATHER was bright and cold yester?
day, a most agreeable change from the rain
and damp of the preceding days. The oold
was severe during the entire day In the shade,
and Increased in the evening to an unusual
degree. Look out for Ice, Ac, this morning.
EXPECTED Bias IN COTTON.-John Francis,
the inveterate cotton boy, arrested on Satur?
day everting for stealing a lot of the much
coveted staple from a bale on Southern wharf,
was brought before the Mayor yesterday morn?
ing and sent to the House of Correction for ?
To THE HOSPITAL.--At au early hour yester?
day morning a white man named Samuel
Smith was found lying at the corner of George
and St. Philip street?, too ill to move himself j
from the street and without friends to help
bim. He was taken up by a warm-hearted
Clubs and* Srars and sent lo the Hospital to be
taken care of. *
. lN^UKj^r-At a late hour Monday night
CbarlolfWarker, an bid colored woman, died
suddenly at her place of residence. No. 105
SprIL? street. An Inquest was held over the
body yesterday, and the jury found that she
came to her death from the effects of ''asthma |
and old sge." The deceased was seventy-six
LICENSES.-The extension of time during
which licenses for the year '72 jan be taken
ont expires on the flrst day of February, and
many delinquents are walting for a still fur?
ther extension. This is Impossible; and all
who do not avail themselves of the last expir?
ing Urne will lind to their cost a heavy penalty
and a notice from the sheriff the only fruits of |
UNPLEASANTNESS IN ELLIOTT STREET.-Last
night, about nine o'clock, a white man got
Into a drunken quarrel with a woman In El?
liott street, and, after kicking and bruising
her badly in the face, be drew bia knife and
cut her through ber clothing Into the fleshy
part of ber thigh. The screams of the woman
brought up the police, who arrested the In-1
toxlcated wielder of the knife, and looked bim
up io the Guardhouse. The case will come J
before the Mayor this morning.
CORAL AND GOLD.-Hannah Lewis, a colored
girl, arrested by the detectives, was brought
before the Mayor yesterday morning, charged
' with stealing^ gold ebal a and clasp, and a
coral necklace, the property of Mr. Wm. H.;
Peronneau. ? The articles mentioned were
found In her possession, and having been re?
covered were delivered to the owner. The
prisoner, who ad m ; ! ted her delinquency, was
sent to the House of Correction for thirty days
under the vagrant law.
EFFCTS OF SBTNNET.-On Sunday afternoon
a lot of boys on Gadsden Green insisted upon
their usual indulgence In this favorite sport,
notwithstanding the objections of the neigh-'
bors. One of the players, Henry Brown by
name, made a heavy strike and sent the bone
flying through the glass window of a colored
man, with a velocity which suggested that eyes
and persons were In danger. Tbe striker was
arrested, and being brought before the Major
yesterday was sent to the House of Correction
for ten days._
UNITED STATES COURT_The District Court
was opened at eleven o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, Hon. George 8. Bryan presiding.
The case of L. H. W. Terry, petitioning for
the Involuntary bankruptcy of Wm. H. Cam?
mer, was continued until rbe 21st ol Fcbruai y
The similar petition of Wm. Mayfield against
Wm. West, debtor, was referred to the jury,
who returned" the following verdict : "We
Hod the defendant (West) guilty on all the
THE STEAMER. -FIRE FLT.-On Saturday
afternoon a lone;, IQvr side-wheel steamer came
into .thlBport, and, on inquiry, she proved to
be the "Fire Fly;". bound from Philadelphia to
Texan porte, via Key West, and wanted a sup?
ply of coal. Thia vessel has been fitted un to
transport rresh.meat 'from Texas to Northern
ciiies, bas already performed a successful voy?
age, and the business ls BO promising that sev?
eral steamers are to be built for that purpose.
The Fire Fly looks like the blockade runners
of the war, for which purpose she was proba?
bly constructed. Bhe ls consigned to Messrs.
H. F. Baker & Co.
THE GERMAN SOOIETT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The annual meeting of this old and beneficent
society was held last evening, at the hall of I
the Deutsche Bruderllcberbund, in King [
street, the first vice-president, Mr. C. D.
Brahe, occupying the chair, left vacant bj, tbe
death of President Campsen. A quorum
(thirty) having been with some difficulty ob?
tained, the president offered his annual report.
An objection that there was not a legal
quorum of members present being now raised
and sustained, the action upon the report and
reading was deferred until the next meeliag.
The society then adjourned to meet two weeks
hence, when the annual election for officers
wUl be held.
?See First Page for other Local Slatters.
THE COUNTT TREASURER ENJOINED.
Sheriff Mackey Getting HU Money
On Tuesday morning suit was brought by
Sheriff EL W. li. Mackey, by Wm. Seabrook,
Esq., his attorney, in the State Circait Court,
against the County of Charleston for $13,345,
the balance due him as sheriff of the said
county for the year 1871. The^complaint,
with the accompanying bills and affidavits,
was read before Judge Graham in chambers,
and there being no opposition, the mo:Ion tor
an injunction was granted. A copy of this in?
strument was served upon the county treasu?
rer, General Wm. Gurney. It "enjoins and
restrains him from paying out any of the
money collected on account of thc taxes of the
said county, for the fiscal year ending October
31st, 1871, lu Satisfaction of any claims sgalnst
the county which accrued previous to the first
of November, 1870, until the further order of
Yesterday the treasurer paid the plaintiff,
on demand, $5000, and the suit is now brought
for $13,345, the remainder of bis bill. The
other official?, who for months have been look?
ing towardB the county treasury with wistful
eyes, are watching the result of-the suit with
eager interest, and should the sheriff get his
money back, countless suits will probably be
instituted of a similar character.
CLUBS AND STARS.-The occupant ol the
premises No. 44t King street was allowed
another day io which to explain before the
Mayor how his chimney took fire and bljzer?
out at the top to such a height.
Jas. Meyers, lodged for raising a distu'o
ance on Line street, in the house of Pella
Richardson and beating bis brother, was
fined one dollar.
Pompey and Jack Green, arreste'l by the
detectives on the charge of larceny, wore
turned over to a trial justice.
Jane Miller, for keeping a disorderly house
at No. 7 Queen street, was turned over to a
trial Justice for prosecution.
A wandering pig went to the Guardhouse,
and cost its owner two dollars to get it back
Four partisans, who were strongly opposed
to the temperance movement, found them?
selves before the Mayor, and were each fined
one dollar for getting drunk and reeling about
MUTINY ON THE MARTHA BOWKER -On Sunday
evening two ot the sailors upon the Bhlp Mar?
tha Bowker, which had just drawn out into the
stream preparatory to leaving for Liverpool,
became obstreperous and assaulted the captain
and mate with their knives. They were easily
arrested, but having been under the Influence
bf liquor, and pleading insanity, with a prom?
ise of good behavior, they were pardoned.
Yesterday morning they again became enrag?
ed with some orders, and although ucold
sober," drew their knives upon the officers.
Ia the scuffle which ensued the mate is said to
have been seriously cul, but nobody was
killed. An officer from the revenue cutter
soon after boarded the ship and brought the
two men to the city, where they were lodged
In the detective office on the charge of mutiny.
They gave their names as John McMannam
alias Richard Lawless, and John McCanla alias
Pat West. They are now held for safekeep?
ing under'the order cf Captain Curtie, of the
Martha Bowker." ^
THE GENERAL SESSIONS.-The Court of Gen?
eral Sessions will be opened for one of lis
regular terms on Monday next.
The following ls a list of the grand jurors
drawn by the new Jury commissioner, Nathan?
iel T. Spencer, to serve during the year 1872:
Cha?. F. Lindue, George P. Whaley, Robert
Wells, George T. Haselton, George Sass, Win.
Grlmke, Ansel DeLeslIn, Tho?. Matthewes,
Benjamin Thomas, William Jenkins, O. D.
Seymour, Chas. Finley, B. Singleton, Morton
Green, Jos. P. Howard, A. F. Gregorio, R. S.
R. Chrletzberg, Thos. E. Leadbeater.
Tbe following petit jurors were drawn to
serve for the present term: Abel Small, Harry
B. Jone?, James Nell, John Robertson, John
Turner, Jack Gillen, John D Mitchell, Abram
Smalls, E. Lablttue, Robert H. Houston, Hen?
ry Harrison, Fred'k O. Marshall, W. J. Simp
Bon, .James M. Holloway, J. A. h? Pr Ince,
Moses Mack, J. M. Davis, Lucius Glover, J. S.
Harbeson, Asa Stickney, H. FiDCk, Tho*?. Bal?
lard, Charles Coles, Jeffrey Plockney, Charles
L. Osborne, Stephen Ladson, Richard Richard?
son, Jos.' Campbell, Wm. Evans, Alexander
Legare, Robert Harleston, William L. Jurs,
Samuel LeBesne, Joshua Mishaw, Polydore
Bee, John Bonum. ! ' -
There are seventy-seven cases which have
been transferred to the present term, from the
last docket, and these, with' the cases to be
brought before the grand jury at the present
term, will give the court a busy time for sev?
eral weeks to. come. The common pleas
docket will probably begin about the last week
THE NEW GERMAN CHURCH_The work upon
this stately edifice has not flagged durlDg the
extreme heat ot summer or the cold of winter,
and ls, at length, approaching completion.
The Bteeple ls finished, and the last coat of
brown paint is being added as the scaffolding
ls taken down. The outside of the church
lacks but a little freestonlng, and the interior
already looks a? ii It were preparing? for the
congregation to come In. The ceiling ls com?
pleted and is plainly stuccoed after the pat?
tern of light-brown ma -ble blocks. The whole
ls handsomely arched with small entering
arches at the windows. The galleries have
been put up with neat railings, and the pews
are now being constructed.
The most attractive por. i on of. the work,
however, ls at the Upper windows, where Mr.
George Woad, of New York, ls at work fixing
In the stained glass. I; consists of orna?
mented quarry and diam o ni work, and the
colors are extremely beautiful. Th-jy arc
lighter than most stained church windows la
the city, and diffuse an agreeable light
throughout the vast atrium of the church.
The gallery windows on the north side, seven
lu number, have all been completed, and af?
ford, a pleasing variety in the colors. The
wlndowB are each a gothic arch, and within
this the stilned glass forms two gothic arches,
the space between their points being filled by
a circular area of stained glass. The two
arches are filled with the usual diamond
shaped stained glass, but the circular space in
each window Is arranged with different
colored glass, and contains a holy emblem,
each differing from the other and chosen from
the allusions of Scripture. All of the
windows will thus be filled up, except the
window on the north and on the south side of
the church. In one ot these, on the north
side, will be represented In the glass a bust of
Martin Luther, and In the other, on the oppo?
site side of the church, one of Melancthon.
The windows of the chancel will also be finished
off with this material, and the centre one will
represent the crucifixion of the Saviour, with
the attendant circumstances. On either side
of this, in each of four windows, will be a life
size representation of the Holy Evangelists.
The artist ls now at work on the second win?
dow of the south gallery, and promises to
have the work completed in about two weeks,
so as not to delay Mr. John H. Devereux, when
the latter ls ready to turn over his great work
to the vestry of the church as ready for the
reception of the congregation.
THE BIBLE SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON.-At
tbe annual meeting of this society, held yes?
terday afternoon at the Charleston College,
the fo lawing officers were elected to serve
for the ensuing year: Hon. C. 6. Mem minger,
presidenl; Daniel Bavenei, Rev. Thoa. Smythe,
D.D., Samuel J. Wagner, N. R. Middleton,
vice-presidents; Bev. W. S. Bowman, Rev.
Cha*. S. Vedder, corresponding secretaries;
J. N. Robson, recording secretary and treasu?
rer. Managers-Rev. C. C. Pinckney, Rev. E.
T. Wlnkler, D. D., Rev. J. L. Girnrdeau, D.
D., Rev. W. 0. Prentiss Rev. W. H. Adams,
Rev. J. T. Wightman, J. A. Enslow, E. L. Ker?
rison, Captain T. S. Budd, C. P. Frazer, F. J.
Pelzer, F. P. E ford, J. N. Rvbson, G. S. Cook,
H. W. Mitchell. /
Ji US IN ES S NOTICES.
PARLOR PAVILION EXHIBITION.-Miss Rosina
J. Richardson, the American giantess, weight
eight hundred and fifteen pounds, and the
great Scottish knife-thrower, in his daring im?
palement feat, aud the talking pig Dexter, the
best trained and educated animal of the nine?
teenth century, to be seen day and evening in
Meeting, between Market and Cumberland
streets. _ Jan30-6*
THE TRENTON BANK ROBBERT. -From the
Trenton -True American" we learn that an
Investigation by Mr. Lewis Lille, the manu?
facturer of the vault doors which were broken
open, developed the fact that vault and safe
doors to ba burglar-proof should close air
light. If there is a space between the door
and frame, even the thickness of a sheet of j
paper, lt allows the introduction ef powder or
nitro-glycerine. The burglar-proof doors now
made by Herring, Farrel ? Sherman have an
effectual protection against this. They are
made with a tongue on each of the four sides
i of the door, which fits into a corresponding
groove la the door frame,.packed with rub?
ber. A peculiar and Ingenious hinge enables
the door to close squarely to- Its place. This
tongue and groove also prevents the use of |
the wedge of the burglar. The. combination
of high and low cast steel welded, and spiegel
eisen In the safe and door, protects lt against
the blow pipe and the drill. The use of all ol
these safeguards ls restricted to Herring, Far?
rel & -Sherman, being covered by thirteen
paten!s. Herring, Farrel ? Sherman also
make the Fire-Proof Safes, which came orft
triumphant at the Chicago fire. The firm ls
represented in our elly by Messrs. Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, who are their agents and
sell at their prices.
STOCKS AND REAL ESTATE.-The attention of
all who wish to buy or dispose of Blocks, bonds [
or real estate Is invited to the card of Hr. H.
H. DeLeon, in another part of to-day's NEW.-.
Ur. De Leon's twenty years' experience as a
broker gives him peculiar advantages in his
line of business, and'his reputation for shrewd?
ness and probity ls such as to entitle bim to
the confidence of his customers.
NEW WHOLESALE GROCERT HOUSE.-Messrs.
Julius Bulcken & J. N. M. Wohltmann have
established a wholesale grocery and liquor!
business at No. 106 East Bay, corner of Ac- j
commodatlon wharf. See advertisement.
RULES OP THE MASQUERADE BALL OF THE
GERMAN FREUNDSCHAFTSBUND.-1. The hall
will be opened at precisely 8 o'clock.
2. No unmasked persons will be admitted.
3. The committee reserve tbe right toun-|
mask any person, If required.
4. Unless escorted by a gentleman, ladles
will not be admitted.
5. Masks will be removed at ll o'clock.
6. On the signal by the band* parties are re?
quired to take their places at the commence?
ment ot every dance.
7. No tickets will be sold at the door.
8. The strict observance of the above rules
will be enforced.
SINGER MACHINES sold on such easy terms
that any family eau buy one.
FOR COUGHS AND THROAT DISORDERS use
"Brown's Bronchial Troches." having proved
their efficacy by a test of many years.
ALL WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS AND DOORS
sold by P. P. Toule, No. 20 Hayne and No. 33
Pinckney street?, are made at his factory on
Hor.beck's wharf, in this city. A general
stock of building material constantly on hand.
Call and examine the quality and prices of his
work, which defy competition and are une?
qualled. Lasting satisfaction ls guaranteed In
alisales. _ _augl84hstu
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT 4 Co, No. 244 King
street, have opened a large lol of good Kid
Gloves, lor only 75 cents and 90 cents.
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No, 244 King
street, sell the finest Black Mohair Lustre Al-, ]
paca for 50 cents-worth 75. Jan29
AT FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., great bar- j
gains in Tarlatans-all colors. Price 25, 30 j
and 35 cents. Jan29
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NE ws-Bowr. dec20
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of j
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
CHEflJUET's PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair j
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, such as j
tearing or ripping.
r Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street^, '
New York, 929 Broadway.
I Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FDROHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. _nov3-6mos
Two caso3 o? double-width Gingham?, only
124 cents, worth 18 cents, at FURCHQOTT, BEN?
EDICT & Co., No. 244 King street. jan25
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
celved one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ot fine Nolc 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 I CROQUET !-The cheapest in the
city. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
BrLL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$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 the East
Bay News Room. decl4
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI l-A royal game of I
India Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room. _ apr20-s
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls 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 OD. his envelopes.
REMOVED_John Commins bas removed
from No. 131 Meeting slreet to No. 308 King
street, six doors above the Masonic Hall, and
has received a few cases ol Men's Heavy Calf |
Congress Gaiters and Balmorals, with steel
quilled soles, a very superior and durable shoe
lor wear. Janl7-ws6
mis FERTILIZER, manurac-nred by tne ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, nader the direc?
tion of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JUMEN RAVENEL, ls now offered to lite P.an'.ing Community AT
TE' VERY RECOGED PRICE OF 4V?8 PER TON CASH, or $3? PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER,. 187?,
FREfc. " EST. ' .\
This FER ? uIZBR has been very extensively uso J la this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
some i f the must prac!leal planters admitting lt to be eqaal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash on the 1st or Murch, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale will be considered as due on 1st November 1972.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, wimont extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons .--nd mules aro Idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates 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.
ATLANTIC AGIO PHOSPHATE.
This Art cle, prepared by the ATLAN'T, c PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAYENEL, for composting wt'h Cotton Seed, is now offered at the Reduced
Price or 828 p?r ion cash, or $31 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Free or Interest.
Orders filled nov will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
dec8-4m03 BltOWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO SINGER SEW
INO MA ll IN E AT SAVANNAH FAIR. NOVEMBER, 1871.
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, UCTOBER, 1871, FOB BE8T
- PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIB, OCTOBEB, 1871. FOR FAMILY MA?
CHINE. WITH BEST AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMA8YILLB, 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 AGEST FOR SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLARK BEDELL, *
novl4-tuths RESIDENT AGENT, CHARLESTON. S. 0.
CDrg ?coos, Ige._
No. 344 King Street.
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES.
I'CABB or superfine BLACK. 81LK, $187* and $2,
worth $2 76.
Another invoice of Japanese Silk Dresses only
1 case Spring Style Tartan Slits only soc., worth
2cases French Gingham 12>. and 16c.
1 case 4-4 Bleached Shirting i2>_c.
1 case 8-4 Bleached Shirting iou.
1 case 10 4 Fine Sheeting only ac.
1 case Pillow Gas ng 46 inches only 22c.
2 cases Allendale Quilts only $2.
FPRCHGOTT.BEN?DICT & CO.,
No. 344 King Street,
AHE OFFERING CHEAP
1 case cf TARLATANS, all C. lors and Shades, at
26 and r?c-worth 40 and 60c.
2 more cases of those Real Mohair Black Alpacas
only 60c-worth 76c.
The Balance of our BLANKETS will be closed
out as follows:
Our $16 00 Blanket for flo 03.
Our $ 8 00 Blanket for $ 6 60.
Our $ 6 60 Blanket for $ & 00.
Our $ 4 60 Blanket for $ 3 76.
A good Investment. Call and examine.
FUKCflGOTT, B?N?DtVT & GO.,
No. 344 King Street.
OUR FINE SELECTED STOCK OF
. and Cloak tog
will be closed out at such Low Figures that every?
body will lay In a good supply.
No. 344 King Street.
1 case of JEANS only 12>?C
600 dozen Eld Gloves at greatly reduced figures.
100 dozen Fine German Hose at 12>_ and 16c.
A new lot of Scarfs and Bows at very low figures.
No. 344 King Street,.
loo rolls of White and Check MATTING at 27? to
The balance of our stock of Crosely 's Best BR?S?
SELS CARPETING will be closed ont at Importers
Cost, to make room for spring Importations.
Jgroelrpy gijgtnotrrt, &c.
French and American Clocks,
IS TO BE FO?ND AT
No, 307 KING STREET,
JpACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$28 OASB, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
TQIB article is prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly for
Composting wlih Cotton seed.
lt was introduced by this Company two years
ago, and its usc tus fully attested tts Taine. 200
to 260 poonda of tn ls article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter wit.it a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at tbe smallest cosr. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a First Cass Fertilizer,
while Its economy must commend its linera! use
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
Agent Pacido Qnano Company,
Noa 63 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, S. c.
JNO. S. REESE ? CO., General Agents.
O L U B L E
PRICE, $16 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the nae of thia GUANO for the
past six years in this State, for Cotton and Oom,
has so far established Its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of 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?
t? need price, which the Company Is enabled to do
by reason o : its large facilities an j the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies pnt into market thia 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 assared that Ita quality and c mposltlon
ts precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized wita 200 poonda Guano at a coat
not exceeding tbe present value of 80 pounds of
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, honce
under no condition could Its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantlo wnarf,
Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
AND P.L ASTEE.
uoo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTKR. For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Whari.
Siiirto ano ifnrnwtjing Q5ooo*.
Made to order of Best Materiel', and
WARRANTED XO FIT.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
country. Direction; for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
fcgnriiUnre, horticulture, Ut.
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPRING STREET NEAP. RUTLSDOB.
A choice assortment or ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Roses, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Bouquets, CameltaB,
Flowers, Greenhouse Plants, Ac.
Catalnenes can be got on the premises.
ftgrt?m Sales-Klyis Pao.
ByLAUREY, ALEXANDER & ?0.
STRIPS, SALT BELLIES, HAMS,
THIS DAY, tue 30 th i n st., will be sold, lo front of
oar store, at 10 o'clock,
il cases choice N. Y. Milgar-Cured STRIPS
6 cases Choice U-y Salt Bel les ..
10 bbls. Choice ff. Y. s. c. Pig Hams
io bbls. choice Pig Shoulders7
10 cases Urge shoulders
20 kegs and tubs Batter
60 hair bbls., quarter bb's. and kita No. 1 and No
2 M &c ? c r < 1 "
60 boxes German Eratlve Soap.
Condi lons cash. JanS?
l'y PAUL IL LlLlNE & CO.
"WILL BB SOLD THIS i>AT, BEFORE
? \ our Store; at half past 9 oVbctc
JO bblB. BRIGHTS. 0. PIG SHOULDERS
Boxes pig Feet, Headend Paces
Boxes aaa half boxes Pickled cucumbers
nBoj"? *-and Cider Vinegar, ac., 4c.
Conditions cash. 0 ' ' j8nso
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS?
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP ITALIAN
Marble, Alabaiter statuary. Vase* Card
Receivers, Mantel ornamente, Broazo FI sn rps
Ciocts,4c. - "gores,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 30th Instant, at
ll oldock, at No. 62 Broad street,
The above assortment, recently Imported from
F.crence, italy, by seignor G. B Pandolflne ex?
pressly for ?his marker.
Stock opea for Inspection on Monday. ~
By WM. M?KAY.
DRAFT HORSES AND WORK MULES.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, at No. 145 Meeting
BI rest, wilt be sold,
rive fine young DRAFT HORSES, well broken
to ll ar nen a, and six good Work Mules.
Salopotitlve. Terms sash. Jan30
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
BAY MARE, TO PAY EXPENSES.
AVlll.be S lld THIS DAY, a< my office, at ll
o'clock., tn account of C. K. Holmes, Jr., to pay
for fed and kee plop,
A BAY MARP, tue propel ty of Lon H McLaln.
Terms cash.. . janso
3. P. cn on Sales-ik Mure CDajjB
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
HORSES AND MULES.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY. 3ist Jami
ary, at half-past 10 o'clock, in front of oar office,
No. si Broad street,
A flue lot of Saddle and Draft HORSES. Also,
a lot of good MOLES.
By J. DRAY.TON FORD.
RESIDENCE AND STORE IN TRADD
wm be sold at the east end of Broad street,
near the Postofflce, oaTOcSDAV, the 6th day or
February. 1872. at ll o'ciock A. H., .;
That LOT OF LAND, wi; h tho three story Brick
Store and Dwelling thereon, situate on north side
of Tradd stteer, next house west of corner of
Bedon's alley, and known by tho numder 20;
measuring In front on Tradd street about 80 feet,
and in depth about es feet and 6 inches, more ox
. Terms-One-third cash; balance by bind of pur
cbaser, recored by mortgage ofpromlses, bearing
semi-annual Interest from day of sale, and paya
ble in one and two years from day of sale. Pto
pert v to be Insured for amount of credit portion,
and polit y to be assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papei s au d ?tamps. jan30-tut hs4
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Executors of JOEJN H. TUCKER, deceased,
aaa!nat the Dev.eera and Legat.ea of J. H.
By vit tue or a decree made In this CAS?, by
the Honorare R. F. Graham, Judge of the First
Circuit, i wi 1 offer for sale at public Auction,
at the Old Poitcfnce, at the foot nf Broa i sire?',
in Charleston, on THURSDAY, February 1st, at
1 he following REAL ESTATE, Mtnate In George
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John IL Tucker, to wit :
The PLASTAT ON known as Will Brook; also,
the Plantados known as Litchfield; at*o, the
Lands on .-andy Island; a ho the Plantation
known as Glenm re; also, the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; auo the Plantation known as
A more accurate description or these Planta?
tions will be giveu in a rc tur . advertisement.
Terms-One third cash; remainder in one. two
and thren years, to be secured by bond or bonds
of the purchasers, bearing luterest at the rate of
seven per cent, per anhum, payabje annually
from the d >y of sale, and a mor gage of the prop?
erty t urchased. Purchaser to pay Referee for
papers and stamps.
SAMUEL LORD, JR., Referee.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
Mary M. Lucas vs. SJ mons Lucas et al-Un?
der Judgment of Court of Common Pleas.
By vr u< of the Judgment of Hon. H. F. Gra?
ham, Judge or First Circuit, In above case, wiU
be sold on TUESDAY, the 6th day of February,
1872, at ll o'clock A. M.. at the corner or East Bay
and Broad at reeta, Charleston,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate lo the late Parish of St. Thomas and St.
Denn la, now the Couti ty of Charleston, and State
of South carolina, known as Spring Hill, lying
and being on French Quarter Creek, containing
seven hundred and thirty-five 66 loo acres, more
or less, as will appear by refe-ence to a survey re
eently made by Wm. Hame, Esq., surveyor; bat
tine and buundlDg to the north on Linds of Dun?
can N. iDgraham. ?sq., and the estate or the late
W. Posten Ingraham; to the east on the Public
Canal; to the south on Lands now or late belong?
ing to Dr. E. Ravenel; to the West partly on Lands
now or late belong ng to the estate of Joba Gor?
don, partly on pioperty of Colonel john Harle A
too, and partly on Lands now or late of John
Huger, Ef q.
Terms-one third cash; balance payable in live
[6) equal successive annual instalments, with In?
terest therein at the rate of seven per cent, per
annum, secured by bond or bonds of purchaser,
and mortgage of premises. Purchasers to pay
for papers aud stamps.
THOMAS Y. SIMO1 S,
J a n26.80. rebe fl Special Referee.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS
WM. KNABE & GO.,
GRAND. SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the public
ror nearly thirty years, and upon their excel?
lence alone attained an uopurchased pre-emi?
nence, which pronounces them unequalled in
/?-All our SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im?
proved OVERSTRUNG SUALE and the AGRAFFE
?a-We would call especial atttem lon to oar late
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARE GRANDS, found ID DO other Piano, which
brings the Plano nearer perfection than hasyet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEARS.
49-We are by special arrangement enabled to
furnish PARLOR ORUA^S and MKLODEONS of
the most celebrated makers, Wholtsale aid Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly furnished on application to
WM. KIVA.BE ?SS CO.,
Or any of our regular established agencies.
(Rigors, Sobacro, Xt.
QU ARLESTON WHOLESALE AND RE?
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 310 KINO STRUCT, THREE DOORS SOOTH OT
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles in hts line er business ls kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility of Oiling, without de
lay, all orders extended to bim, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses in the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect Stock before trading elsewhere.
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.
By l??Til?cuVfi, 8. BB??8,
HOWARD V-S-P EA T T.
Pa ran au t to an order cf sale In- - tue atora
Biaifd cause, by the Hon, B. F- Graham, Jadgi
?he First circuit, i Will otttt, tat^M?
THIS DAT, the 3oth ot January, ima, al the Post
office, Broad street, Charleston, 8. q?tf5l
O'COCk A. M., -rrv,r:, TTI
All "that LOT OF LAND, with the Bnimngf
thereon, aliu&te on the wett side of Pitt Btrt?tT?i
the City of Charleston. County of Charleston, and
State of South Caro Ina, measuring and contain?
ing In front on Pitt street sixty fret, by the same
on the back line, and in depth two hundred-ana
t wi Ive feet, more or less. Butting and Doonding
to the easton Pi tt street aforesaid, to the west an
Lands now or late Of :-," to tbs north on. Lands
DOW or late of A. L??enlo ir, and to the south on
Lands now or late of Bi Laoneau. .. : ?
Term?-One-third-cash; balance on a credit of
aneand two years, sequred..by bond bf . the por?
?ser, with Interest from day of sale at seven
per cent, pay aide semi annually, and mongaga
if the property, so d. Fundings to-be Insam
ind policy assigned, Parch suer to pay for pipa
ind stamps and taxes for the v ear 1B7J.
WAI. J. GATEE,
Jan30_ \ , Referee.
Bj LOWNDES & GRI3IBAI1, V
T7AL?ABLE BICE PLANTATION OH
V Oombahee River, known as "Rose'Hlll and
Peasant Ulli.? ' ' .
under power of sae contained in a mortgage
from RofiertChlsolm. Jr., Trustee,,to.vym. C. Bec,
Trastee, dated 1st July, 18OT, wi I be soldalPnb.
Ile Auction, at the corner or Esst Bay and Broad
Btre?tG, tn Charleston, 7HIS DAY, th?.SOtfi day
or January; ?72, stff o'clock, ' *' 'J^-fT1 '
AU that PLANTATION on Comban co RtVer, de
Fcrlbed In the conveyance'made by Wm. C.Bee^ .
ITU s tee or Hrs. Elizabeth H. Traplet and children, -
to Robert Ch ls oim, Jr., Trustee, tn accor-iahce
with the order of Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge of
the First circuit, dated ist July, 1870, aa -ah HIM
Tract of Land comprising the two Plantations
called 'Pleasant HUI1 and 'Rose tiny and Jhe.ad?
joining Tract called 'RogersonV or 'Rngef's
Wood,' situate, lying ano being, on Cdmbanee
?iver, In Colleton County, ia the ?tate aforesaid. .
measuring and containing twenty-ono hundred
and seventy-six (ine) acres, mote ot less; butting
and'bounding to the north partly on Landa of & -
Barnwell Hey wara, and partly on other Landa of
the said Wm. a Bee; Trustee of Hrs. E. e. Trac?
ie r; to the easton Lands or D. Blake Bey ward
and E. Barnwell Hey ward." -
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 aforesaid, and containing a power ot
safe to the said Wm. 0. Bee, upon default of pay?
ment, without resert to any court for foreclosure .
The said Plantation-is under lease to J. B. Bis?
sel until 1st January, 1875, and In sold subject to
said lease. Possession given on lilt January, ISA.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable In one
and two years, with in ten st from day of Bale, pay?
able semi-annually, secured by band-of the pur?
chaser ami mortgage of the property. Punnasor
to pay for ail requisite papen and revenue
?TNITED STATES MARSHAL'^ SALE.
J! OD account and risk of ronner purchaser.
m. H. Wesson vs Edwd. L. Horry,.et aL
United States Circuit Court,-Decree of For?:
closure.. - - : . - . . - t
By virtue of a Di cree of said Cc ort will be sold,
In iront of '.he Poatofflce, ac Charleston, THIS
DAY, the 80th Jannarv, 1872, at'll o'clock A. M..
1 hat Plan ration called "MILL DAM,? situated
in Georgetown County, coDtalrifng three hun?
dred and ninety (390) acres, more or lesa Bound?
ed northwest and south by land? of T. & Burry,
east by lands of W. B. Pringle.
ALSO. , '
.tot* other plantation called "NEWLAND," con?
taining .'six ; hundred (ooo) acres, more or less!
Bounded north by Pine Lands unknown, east trr
lands of T. 8 Horry, sooth by North Sante? Elver,
and west by lands of H. E. Lucas-both tracts
being now united into one fine Rios Plantation, to
be sold as one.
"*Terms-one-third (H) cash; balance in one and
two y ( ars, secured by bond and mortgage, wfth -
Interest from day of sale, payable semi-annually.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps. ,
L. E. JOHNSON, '.
lang_ IT. 8. Marshal,'
133 at ct) es, Jttttlffi, Ut.
ALL, BLACK ? O 0..,
Nos. 866 and 567 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
? ANO ALL KINDS OF
At the Lowest Prices.
gb UT H CAROLINA RAILROAD
UHAKLKtXUM, a. c., December 23, 1871.
On ano after SUNDAY, D. cern ber 24, the Passen*
per Trains on the boam Carolina Railroad will
run as tallows:
FOB AUGUSTA. ' .
Lave Charleston................8,10 A.M.
Arrive at Augusta..;..?..LU P. M.
Liavo Charleston.}.?'H>?iwmi 8.10 A. M.
Arrlvo at colombia.............. 4X5 P. H.
Livre Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
Amvo ut Char ?ea toa... * ? 8.30 P. Bf.
Leave Columbia.TAO A. M.
Arrrlvo at Charleston.8.20 P. X.
THBOUQH WILMINGTON TEAJOi.
Leave Augusta.;. a.oo A.M.
Arrive at Ringville.8.00 A.M.
Leave Ringville.13so P. M.
Arrive at Augnnta..- ?.SO P. M
AtjtiDSTA HIGHT urana
- tjsundayi excepted.)
Lsavo Caarleston..?JO P. MU
Arrive at Augusta....... 7.50 A .TL
Leave Angosta....-. 6.00 P. Ja.
Arrive at Charleston.-. 6.66 A. M.
OOL?KBIA NIGHT 1XT&X8S.
Loare Charleston. 7. io p. M.
Arrlvo at Columbia.6.8 ) A. M.
Leave Oolurabla....................... 7.0)P.M.
Arrive at Oharleston. 7.00 Ai UV
' BTjncxavrLLB TBAIM.
Leave Summerville at.. ;.7.25 A M.
Arrive at Charleston at.......8.46 A.IL
Leave Charleston at.v.8.30 J?. M.
Arrive at Summerville at..4.46 P. M.
C AMD SN BRANCH.
Leave camden....6.18 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.J o.-to A. M.
Leave columbia.........L46 P. M.
Arrive at Camden..6.26 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections.
ar Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centrai
Night Train connects with Macon an cl Augusts
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Colombia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North. _. M t_
Camden Tram connects af Ringville dally (ex
cepc sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
runs througn to Columbia.
* A. L. TYLER, ViccPreflldent.
S. B. PICKEN8. G. T. A_lani?
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD GOV*
CHARLBSTCTN, s. C., February ?L, mi.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 6:80 A TL
?nd 5.16 P. M.
Am ve tu charleston 7:30 A M. (Mondays ex
epted) and 3:80 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 6 P. TL, SCR
ATS. " .
Train leaving 6:80 A. M. makes through con ? x.
Hon to New York, via Richmond and Acanta
Creek only, going through lo 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 6.16 P. TL Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBIDAT by thia Train lay over on SUNDAY m Bal?
timore. These leaving on SATUBDAT remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making con
rectlons at Washington with Western train*
of Baltimore ond o hlo Railroad.
8. S. SOLOHONS,
Engineer and Superintendent
p. L. CLEA POR, 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 this Road will run as fellows:
Leave Charleston dally.......8.26 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally.8.16 P. M.
Leave savannah dany..11.15 p. M.
Arrive at Oharleston dally.......'...... 6.36 A. M.
Leave Charleston, sundays excepted.. UiLK,
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 416 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.0* P. TL
Freight forwarded dailv on through bills of lad?
ing to points In Florida and by Savannah lice of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and pom ts on Port Boyal
Ka?road and at as low rates aa by any otter une.
0. s. OArisriPw.
Engmeer and Supertote-dant.
S. C. BOTLSTON, Gea'l Ft. and ricaet Agent.