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THE GROWING CROPS.
Reports from The News Corps of Obser
Oar correspondent, W. S. S, writing from
Anderson on tbe 5th Instant, says :
1. The atea ia cotton is ten per cent, more
than in 1371.
2. The stand Is not so good as last year,
owing lo the dry season. The prospect ls not
so good by ten per ceot. this season.
3. The grain crops, In area and condition,
about the same as last year.
4. With an average crop enough grain will j
be made to supply our county Mi next crop.
5. Double the amount of fertilizers used In
1871 was used this year.
C Cotton this year will cost ten pe?- cent,
more than last year, owlog to the Increased
amount ol fertilizers used this season, and the
Increased cost of grain and flour.
The grain and cotton crops are suffering for |
rain, especially the corn. We have not had
rain at this place In four weeks. There has
been rain in a portion ot the county in the last
few days, bu* not general.
Reports from the Rural Press.
The Greenville Enterprise says : '-The most
of the past week has been very hot and dry,
BO much that vegetation is looking affected.
One or two showers. In the latter part of the
week, have cooled the atmosphere and laid
The Darlington Southerner says: "The
weather continues very dry, and as far as we
can learn, the crops are very backward. The
rains of three weeks ago brought up much of |
the cotton which had lain lo the ground over
four weeks previous ; but it has continued so
very dry since, that the plant remains small."
The Barnwell Sentinel says : "We bear the
mose favorable accounts concerning the
growing crops. Planters have had within ibo
past two weeks a flue time for hilling grass,
and -recent rains and the warm weather have
caused crops everywhere to grow finely. With
no drawbacks, an abundant yield ot both corn
and cotton may be counted on."
The Greenville Mountaineer says : "Wheat
ls looking as fine as we ever saw it; the stalks
are till, large and well headed, and no rust ls
perceptible. Corn and colton, although small,
look healthy. We were sorry, however, to see
so much cotton planted in comparison with
the amount of corn. For every field ot corn i
that we saw, we saw at least three fields of
cotton, and everybody appeared to be working [
the latter more than the former."
The Prospect In Georgia.
The Augusta Chronicle says: "The crop pros?
pects in this part of the State have greatly im?
proved within the last few weeks. Corn;*
though smaller than usual at this season, is
green and healthy and doing well, and bids
lair to make a good orop. Tue late rains have
caused the backward cotton to come up, and
generally the planters have good stands, and
are not yet much troubled with grass. The
plant ls not quite so large as lt ls usually at
ibis lime, but is strong aud vigorous. There
is some complaint of "lice," particularly on
light lands, bur, upoe the whole, our Informa?
tion is (hat the outlook is very good. The
wheat crop in this BectJon is being harvested,
and ls turning out generally very good. Oats
were somewhat Injured by the long drought
in April and May, but the recent rains have
Improved the crop very much. "
THE DELINQUENT TAX SAT. ES*;
-Mb acres of land, a mlle aqd a half from
the Courthouse, were sold for $140; and a
tract ot one hundred and seventy-six acres at
$9 05 an acre.
. The Sentinel saya: "The sale of lands for
taxes has been continued from day to day.
The bidding hos been spirited and many tracts
sold. We are pleased to say, however, that
most of our citizens whose lands were adver?
tised, have come forward and paid up."
On Monday and Tuesday last, J. L. Watson,
the county treasurer, exposed to sale twenty
one of the parcels of land advertised to be
sold os "forfeited" and "delinquent'' lands.
The other parcels advertised were withdrawn
. from sale in consequence of the taxes and
coats having been paid. None of the tracts j
were purchased for the State.
Several lots of property were sold for delin?
quent taxes by tbe sheriff on Monday. The
auditor, on Tuesday, sold various tracts of
land of defaulting taxpayers, declared for
lei ted. But one or two tracts were bid on, and
these were knocked down for sums sufficient |
to pay the taxes thereon; the other tracts were
not sold, and? remain In possessio-}, ot the j
The Columbia Carolinian of yesterday Bays: j
'-The tax sales were resumed yesterday morn- [
lng at ten o'clock, and a few lots sold, which
closed the lists. The entire sales aggregate
about nine thousand five hundred dollars, In?
cluding'the lands not sold and which become
thereby, the property of the State uoder the
law. Thia class embraces about one-third of |
the whole, sp that less than six thousand dol?
lars wUI be realized in money, lo be divided
between the State and county taxes and tbe
penalties and costs, which two latter Items
are about 60 per cent of the whole.
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-Mr. J. Mean? Sanders, of Cheptar, is
-The Columbia Radicals are going to ratify
Grant and Wilson.
-Laurens was. visited by a rain-storm last
Wednesday. . No damage. j
. .-There-are one hundred candidates for the
Barnwell county offices.
-The Chester Court of Common Pleas bas
adjourned to September. . .
-The. Ladles' Monumental Association, of
Darlington Counly, Was organized on Tuesday.
-Mr. A. L. Cobb bas been released from I
duty aa deputy collector of internal revenue,
owing to the small collections made In his dis?
trict. ' I
-On Saturday afternoon last a negro man I
? named'Yann Leech, was accidentally drowned I
' in McKJ wee's mill pond, on Bulllock'a Creek, I
In Chester County.
-There ls less telegraph wire and more
wire-pulling in the State of South Carolina at I
the present time than lo any other State of
tho same size In the Union. I.
-On Friday, 24ih ultimo, near Fort Mill, in I.
Tork County, William Gibson, colored, stabbed
Joe Sutton, colored, lo the breast with a I '
pockat knife, from the effects of which death I j
resulted in a few minutes. I j
-J, E. Carroll, R. H. Moss, A. W. Holt and I ?
A. Franois, of York, have been released from I ]
?n s o n .on bond within the past week, and W. i i
[.Garr?ll was committed to jail. E. B. Be-p
inga having been removed from tbe prison 11
Charleston, wes received at York ville on I j
the 1st instant. There are now five prisoners J
In confinement there. j,
-Captain Trezevant, o? Columbia, was I .
brought before Commissioner Boozer on j
Thursday, and on motion of his counsel, F. j ]
W. Fielding, Esq., the case was continued for 11
a hearing on Tuesday next. Commissioner 11
Boozer Indicated that the accused might be
balled in the sum ot three thousand dollars, 11
bot *o bail being tendered, he was remanded I,
-The'Governor has pardoned the following ?
convicts, viz: Green Porter, Joe Crawford, 11
John Bristo, George Brlsto, John Joly, Richard
Little, Harriet Ayer, Edward Middleton, Mar-1 <
tua Harrison, Samuel Mitchell, Canley Cantey, I(
Joseph Ladsen, John Simmons, John Law-1
renee, Henry Taylor, Calvin Arthur, Jacob I !
Coleman, Samuel Hutton. These con vi ci s I (
have been pardoned by the Governor, says tbe I <
Union, partly on the recommendation of the
superintendent, in order to relieve In some I i
measure the pecuniary embarrassment under J1
which'tbe penitentiary has been laboring, they 11
hacine served dearly out their sentences. f j
-On last Saturday, 1st instant, Messrs. Hen-1 j
ry W. Southern, Wm B. Southern, Jerry Tins-1j
ley and - Farmer, residing In the upper por-1 j
tlon of Greenville County, were arrested, I j
charged with violation of (he internal revenue j
law. The same party seized five hundred gal-11
lons of contraband whiskey, in possession of
these parties. A wagon and team of mules, I j
conveying a portion of this whiskey, valued at I j
about five or six hundred dollars, was also I j
seized: Tbe Messrs. Southern giving ball, I j
were released, and Messrs. Tinsley and Farm- I j
er were committed to Jail. <
COTTON IN NEW TORE.
The New Pina of Storage for the Staple
-Description or tue Great Brooklyn
Warehouse. | \
[From the New York Express] ?
The extensive warehouses recently con- t
Btructed by the Cotton Warehouse Company j
at tbe Ailantio dooks, Brooklyn, were formal?
ly #pened on Saturday and inspected by a
large number of merchants and others con?
nected with the cotton trade ot this port. The I
warehouses comprise a row of seven ??tares, J ?
communicating with each other, and cover
the entire blocs: bounded by King. Ferris and
Sullivan streets and the East River. The
dimensions ot the ground floor is seven hun?
dred and Ave feet by two hundred leet, and
the capacity ol the stores is rated at forty thou?
sand balee. Six ol the stores are Iwo and a
half stories high, with sixteen brick walls.
The windows are protected by iron shutter?,
and the archways belween store to store are
closed by flre-proot doors on each side of cast
iron sills raised one inch nb we the floors. The
I Beventh store, (rooting Mle river, has the
! same general features as the others,
but lt ls only one story high. A series
I of double rails hos been laid throng!
the warehouses from the bulkhead on the
river to Ferris street, thence to and ulong ihe
West Central wharf tu the great basin of the
Atlantic Docks. This wharf is nine hundred
feet long by sixty feet wide, and is owned by
the Warehouse Company. Tne depth of water
at the wharf ls twenty-eight iee!, and sufficient J
to float any vessel that can enter ihe port.
The objects of locating the large cotton ware?
houses at inls poiut were lo obtain the advan?
tage of lower rents than those of New York;
to secure wharf room that could be used ex?
clusively lor cotton, thus keeping lt. clean, and
where the colton could be properly guarded
against, the depredations of petty thieves such
as infest the wharves of New York. By means
of the railway, it can be rapidly placed In
store or delivered alongside the ship. Private
watchmen patrol Mu stores during the day
and night, and, as a protection against fire,
the Babcock dre annihilators are stationed at
intervals throughout the buildings. Tele?
graphic communication has been esta?
blished with the New York Colton Ex?
change, and several messages were re?
ceived from the exchange by Mr. F. S. Harri?
son, Hs president, and read to the members
who were present with him in the warehouse
on Saturday. Ships arriving from ihe South
I can discharge their cotton cargo directly Into
! storehouse, and on delivery one man can at?
tend to a large lot, and the classifications will
be on oue principle instead ot the discrepan?
cies caused by several clerks classifying small
portions of a lot from various city warehouses.
The experiment of storing lar^e quantities of |
cotton la one locality is favorably regarded by
the raliway forwarders, as their ireighls are'
lightered over the river at a certain price per
ton, and delivered at any poiut named, and If j
delivered la Brooklyn do not encumber their
city wharves. If the merchants support these
warehouses, others of much larger dimensions
will be constructed.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In thc FostofTict
at Charleston, Tor the week ending June 7,
1872, and printed oiQclally In TUB UAH.Y Nxwa,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
49- Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6>i P. M. On
Sundays, from s?i to ti y. P. M.
49- Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised."
STANLEY 0. TROTT. Postmaster.
Barre, Virginia Oreuoer, Mrs Neilson, Leve
A IJ'MII.und, Miss nla
Balley, Mrs Os Mosy Nelson, Ellen
ma Guess, Bester Sea bet. Emma
Balley, Fannie Hamilton, so- .sevens, Lottie
O phla A
Bangs, Susan Harrison, Fan- Oeijen.Mrs Hen
Baker, Mrs H M nie ry
Barnett, Rebec- Bamond, Lou- Perffcme, P
ca E Isa Perry, Mrs M F
Beattie, Mrs G Barmonds, Pre Peoneil, Mrs M
C eena Phelps, Mrs Su
Bell. Mary Bufcman, Dor- sau
Berno, Miss ethea Ph il.ipa, M.as E
Aun Harris, I-iebella M "
Berno, Miss Bener, Emiline \ Piuse. James L
Cloe Hey wa". Char- Porcher. Lou Iv
Beckman, Dora lotte Prince, Marvon
Bell. Julia lerner, 1 onus Purse, Mrs Ja?
Borno, Adello ElnemaB, Clara Purvis, Anna
Bowman, &usan Holmes, Adella rtald, Mrs A
Boyd, Susan F Rice, Mrs Chas
Branson, Hrs J Howard, Phillis Rich wood, Es
Boyd Uoward.Tclnlab ther
Br?thens, Mrs J Hyams, Letitia Richardson, Mrs
W Jackson, Ly dd J Ann
Bremer, Mrs R c Richardson, La
Brodle, Mrs Ma Jervey, Rose A viola
?ry Jilea, Koxsey Rieley, Ana
Brooder, Mrs Jones, Mrs Ty- Roan, Peggy
Mary ran Robinson, Mrs
Brown, Nancy Junes,Mrs Fran- M S
Brown, Martha eis Rooper, Mrs
S Johnson, Rebe- Ann
Brown. Elisa barn Rose, Maria
Buckner, Mrs S Justin, Charity Ryan, Mary
O Johnston, Har- ftyao, Bridget
Burke. Miss nett M Salvo, <nive a
Maggie Johnston, Emily sena ok, Mar
Butler, Mrs Jobnslou. Marla ilia
Bridget Johnson. Rose Sebrook, I,
By the wood, Sal- Kanapaux, Mrs Soery, Ellon
Ue usina Simmons, Char
Caldwell, Mar- Kedueil, Enge lotte
tba ola Sinclair, Teresa
Carmody, Mrs Ruck, Adeline Smalls, Margret
John Lilor, susan ?malia, Lavinia
Cercopley, Mrs Lawrence, An- Smalls, Grace
Geo M nie sui ai ls, Annie
Chase, Mrs P A Lance, Laura -parks, Miss F
Clarke. Mrs Ju- Loydd, Piora Stazgers. S
1U Anna Mahoney, Mary Stevens, Louisa
Clausa, Mrs Ma- Markie, Emily B Taylor, Phoebe
ry Martin, Rosie A
Ookeley, Mary Maroni, Llzz-e Thurston, So
Crocker, Sarah Masterman, Mrs phis
A - Mastermau, Mrs Tobin, Mrs M J
Dansley, Miss B Walker, Miss R
Eva Macotrlck, Di- K
Davenport, Ann auah - Walsh, Mrs Jos
D Mehrten9, Mrs Walsh, Miss Nor- .
Dodds, Bridget M rie 1
Dreightcu, Phil- Mela, Mrs Welter. Sallie E
Us Mitchell, Anna Watheriord, An
Drlggers, Mrs S Middleton, Maiy nie E
Duncan, Anna A Wakfsll, Nancy
Dun nein an, Mis Middleton, Phil- WhiiesMes, Kat- ,
0 lippi ty
Harley, Rose Milts, Miss Uar- Whitaker, Ma?
gills. Mrs RB riet ila
Einstein, Mrs Miller. Zanama wi, ny, Saran
H Mitchell. Jane Wiebens, Ade
Fitzsimmons, Mitchell. Irene line i
Ellen Maloney, Kan?le Wiggs, Martha <
Ford Rachel Mooltry, Grace Wilkerson, Miss t
Fraser, Mrs S P Mormaoo, Mrs E M
Froyo. Celia W H Williams, Caro
Gauiard, Mrs M Montgomery, line
P_ Rebecca Williams, Mary
Gibbs, Celia Mulvaney, Miss Ann <
(Jordon, Mrs SM Wltheca, Mar- i
Robert McMaklD, Mrs tha (
Girant, Mary M R Wrete, Mary E
Ann Nell, Mary An- Young, Susan
Bregory, Sarah nie Zeilo, Mrs M
A.mes, J W
aistun, B F
lust i J, Nathan?
Bennett, J W
Bentier, > hartes
Jolies, Wm a
Brady, John .A
Bruck, 0 A ?
Braille, J S
"ammer, J S
dinton. C B
Je wan, Edward
.lutlemau, J F
.In ley. Jno
.Mc n, Oapt J F
.ox, Gil Dixon
Glover, Hen rv
dray. Henry W
Havne, Col Jas
Heirs, of the Dp
Beninger, S J
Heaton, J B
Bey ward, Thoa
Heealer, D E
Holmes, J N
Monson, Jno W
Hungerford, J D
Ja urson, PH
Lesl'f, Hon J P
Mathews, J P
Martin, A J
Meldon, Jno T
Meyer, Jno F
Milts, Rev J
Mitchell, Jno E
Nelson, chas B
O'connor, Tho j
Ohlsen, S H
Patton, Geu W
Pearson, B E H
Kabb, G W
Reynolds, J R
Reid, Jno H
Rowan, P F
Rose, J L
Schroder, Jno H
Sharpe, R 0
shepard A Co,
Sin kier, Wm
Small?, Jno L C
smith, Thos U
Sparks, W M
t hompson, J D
i rn ni mann, L
Turpin, B t
Wad hams. E
Wallace, R w
Wilson, J E
Wlnstone A Co,
Winton, H L
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viii please place the stamp near the upper right
land corner or the envelope, and they will also
ileasn to remember that without the stamp a let?
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ITTRAPPLNG PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Yt NEWSPAPERS in largeor small qnantltleA
TICCM CENTS VER HUNDRED. Apply at the
ifflce of THE NEWS. majis
^-WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN
recommending , oour readers HALL'S VEGETA?
BLE SICILIAN HAIR RE XE WER as asure cute
for dandruff, and to reat?te the natural color of
the hair. jur.s-st.utU3
^3^'THEY CURE 1" WHAT CURES ?
AY EV'S C EIKR.lt V PECTORAL for a Cough,
AYER'S PILLS for a purgative, and AYER'S
SARSAPARILLA ror the complaints that require
an alterative medicine. - junS-attithS
pg* TRY THE DOLLAR REWARD
SOAP In the batu; lt.leaves tho skin cool smooth
and soft, and once used, you will never do with?
out lt for this vu rp os e.
BOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
_A gen i s. Charleston. S. 0.
?&- THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Bene ut or the Free
School Fund-oniclal Raille Numbera:
CLASS No. 543-MCKMNO.
G1-65-C2-71-12- 3-42-45-34-20- 4-27
CLASS No. 544 -Ev KS INO.
76-GC-27-B4-H8-71-34-58- 2- 1-47-25
Aa witness onr hands at Charleston this 7th
day of June, 1872.
JAMES QI LL I LA ND,
j uns Sworn Commissioners.
^BURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast Powder tn our
families for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD s. BURNHAM, Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 Ring street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. C. : King Mansion Boarding House, Julius
Petsch, B. C. Webb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pclzer, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, S. 0. R. R.
?ar BATCHELOR S HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dre la the beat in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
dUappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. Batchelor's Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Doee not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, aoft and beantirnl. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory 1? Bond street, Now York.
Ter- C) N MARRIAGE. -W^
Bnppy relief for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early lire. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treal
ment. New aud remarkable remedies. nook*
and Circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. 'Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 51 Soulb
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. octl3
XS* CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER- NATTANS'S CRYSTAL. DISCOVERY FOR
TUE U Al it_A perrec tl y clear preparation In one
bottle, aa easily applied aa water, for restoring to
gray bair tts natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the hair and stop its falling
out. lt la entirely harmless, aud perfectly free
rrom any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In use. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent us rrom muny or our most promi?
nent citizens, some ot which arc subjoined. In
everything In which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY la perfect.
It la warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate or Silver, lt does not soil the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
muk es one or thc beat dressings for the Hair In
nae. It restores the color of the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does BO in rrom three to ten days,
virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with ail
thc nourishing q nail ties necessary to Its growth
ind healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth of the Hair mere posi?
tively than anything else, 'fae application of
dita won lerful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
i. pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $t a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, Du. H. BABB,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
j??OtS, 51)0*0, &t.
THORNS: KOIIXS t KOKNS :
IF YOU ARE FITTED AT THE
"STAR SHOE HOUSE,"
No. 127 MEETING STREET,
South of Market, Next Co-operative Grocery Store.
From experience and severe test, we unheal
-ailngiy affirm that the SHOES sold rrom the i
?star shoe House" out-wear, give more aattafao
Jon and comiort than any we have ever tried.
[Voice of the Press.
Wc endorse the above, and add that, to the best
)f our knowledge and belief, goods from the
ibove House are sold cheaper than from any
)ther similar store '-In The Word."
DALS HALL, December 24.1871. .
W. c. CHAPMAN A < 0.: 0BNT8-I have worn
??our W. Nailed SHOES eight months, still they
ire as good as new. You only warranted them
or six months. Z. L. COFFER.
BKDS3KL9. November 3,1871.
Messrs. W. C. CHAPMAN A CO.: G KN rs- Dar?
ug rey tour in America, oa a Dying vlstt to
Charleston, by my request you were pleased to
lend me several pair of your "GAITEK3," all of
vhich I kept. I must return you my sincere
hanks (I was enable to obtain them la any other
?tore) for nev.r hav?I seen In ail Europe any
j HOE to s orr ASS or even compare with them.
They have ueen admired by every one. Do
lend me oy European Express one dozen pairs
lOul. ..".'... .
N. B. These are our "Excelsior Congress." the
Inest Shoes made, and sold at only $3 a pair
(o lady should be without them. Sold elsewhere
rom $1 to $5.
HOKCK MILLS, S. C., December 0,1871.
W. C. CHAPMAN A CO.: GK NTS-I congrac??
ate you on brinn proprietors of the only .-HOE
10USE in Charleston (The Star) owned and con
lucted by Charleston ians. My. older was Ailed
o my entire satisfaction, and alt the Shoes flt
leautlfuliy. Y?ur low prices astound! d me
'hey ?re at least 20 per cent, below what I have
teen giving other dealers In your city. I assure
ou vour selections pleased me better than if I
tad been oa hand to purchaae individually. Per
evere. and I only hope many more or oar young
nen will follow y?ur example and energy, and
mee again make old Charleston prosper as In
lays or yore. .*......**?
GEK'L E. M. p.
SHOES SOLD AT RETAIL.
Orders from the country Ulled promptly, and
The STAR SHOE HOUSE is No. 127 Meeting
treet, near Market.
LOOK FOR THE STAR (*)
W. C. CHAPMAN & CO,,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. B. BURKE. Jane-slyr
The Undersigned are CASH BUYERS of
IOCK PHOSPHATE OF LIME
or Good Quality, delivered In Liverpool.
Unexceptionable referencesglveu on prospect
if business. Apply to
GEORGE HADFIELD ?*. CO.,
MANURE CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS,
Lightbody Street, Liverpool, England.
I X VT ll 11XJ IT Uf wi* r w ... - T - ~
BEY GOODS ! My l?foop^!
AT REDUCED PRICES !
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER HASEL STREET,
Mc LOY Ac RICE.
JUST RECEIVED AN INVOICE OP BLACK AND COLORED SATIN-STRIPED
GRENADINE DE TERRE AND HERNANI.
?l BR *V AWI AND S EWING-SI Lit SHAWLS,
Warranted Paris Dye, at Twenty-five Per Cent. Lesa tban Gold Cost of Importation.
Our stock ls very Fall and Complete In Every Department, all or which will be Sold at Reduced
MATTING ! MATTING ! MATTING !
Fresh MATTING Jist landed from Twenty-live Cents per Tard up.
ICE BLANKETS, from Fifty Cents up. ,
NO. 270 KING STREET? CORNER OF HASEL.
ALEXANDER M'LOY. J.W.RICE.
?ranb Ulrike ?Histtibntion.
G-RAND GIFT CONCERT
IN A1U UF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
By authority In the act Of the L?gislature Incor?
porating the PUBLIC LIBKARY OF KENTUCKY,
tho Tirotees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IQ the great Hall of the Public Library Building,
In Louisville, Ky, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
Thia magnificent ha 1, known aa Wehdger Hall,
la the largest, most cen i rally located, and beat ar?
ranged for large and fashionable audiences of any
tn Louisville, and ls flited up In tnperb st Oe. 'J he
building ha* a front mt les feet on Fourth street,
by a depth of 200 lect, feur stories In height, and
was recently purchased for the Public Liorary at.
a cost of $210,000. Three largo roora- are now
nt ted up tor a l brary, and contain about 20.000
volumes and a museum ot 100,000 specimens, now.
open and free to the gratuitous ase and enjoy?
ment oran citizens of every Siate In the Union.
It ls Hie purpom of thc Trustees, by the Gram!,
Girt Concert now announced, to raise the money
with which to pay me balance or the'purchase
money due upon the Public Llbrarv building, toi
enlarge the library, and to so endow the fas ti ta?
lion as to make ir seir-sus:alnlng and forever be
yond the necessity of calling upon any Individual
who uses the books ror thc contribution orasingle
cent toward its support.
wui be issued at $10 each; half tickets $5; quarter
tickets $2 SO; ll whole tickets ror $100; 28 for:
?.;>5; 66 ror $?00; 113 for $1000; 2S6 for $2500; 67&
ror $5000. No iiLHCount on lest than $ loo worth
or tickets at a lime.
Tickets will be sent, when requested, by regis?
tered letter. The money for tue m in ay Decent
hy Adams Express Company and Its connections.
Postonice money order, registered letter, or bank
Tue holder or each ticket, or frac lon of a ticket
(a hair or a quarter.) ls entitled to admission to
the Concert and to me girt a war Jed to it. DD ting
the Concert inc sum of
$500,000 in Currency
will bc given 10 thc holders of tickets hy distri?
bution by lot or ONE THOUSAND GIFfs, aa
LIST OF GIF rs.
One Graml Giff, Caali.$100,000
One OranU ?ir?, Cnsli. 50,000
1.$25,000 OBS ll
1. 20,000 '.
1. 15,000 '.
1. 10,000 "
1. 9.000 .
1. 8,000 "
1. 7.00b <.
1. 6,000 '?
1. 6,000 "
1. 4.000 "
1. 3,000 "
4 Giris ot $2,000 each. s.eoj
16 1,000 " . 15,000 '.
20 " fOO " . 18,000 "
21 " 800 " . 16,800 M
25 " 7i)0 " . 17,600 "
36 .' OOO - . 21.000 "
46 f 60(1 " .22,600 "
60 " 410 " . 20,000 "
60 " 300 " . 18,000 "
100 .. 20O - .VO.OOO .?
612 ?? 1UO " . 61.2U0 "
Total 1,000 Gifts, all Cash....$500,000
Thin Concert, like the drat of thc lem of Decem?
ber last, (which waa BO decidedly aucceaaful, and
at which the first grand gin was drawn by and
paid to Mr. John R. Dorfl, of Memphis, Tenn.,) ls
for the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
Thc Farmers'and Drovers' Bank ia Treasurer,
and the corporator*! and supervisors are all repre?
sentative men. and are among the moat respecta?
ble and distinguished citizens of the Slate.
Should any not?is be left unsold on the day of
the drawing, they will be destroyed, and the one
tnousand gifts offered will all be drawn and paid,
but diminished In value in proportion to the per?
centage of unaold tickets. For Instance, if only
three-fourths of the tlckots are sold, tho capital
girt will be reduced to $75,000, and ail the oihera
Toe Hon. Thoa. F. Branntet te. late Governor of
Kentucky, has consented to represent the trustees
In the management of thU sceogd Grand Girt
Concert, and he will personally see mat the
money iroru the sale of tickets is depo.-lted with
the Treasurer; that the orawing is fairly con?
ducted, aud the gifts Justly awarded and prompt?
The drawing will take placo in public, la fun
view of me audience, and under the Immediate
supervision and di rec don of the Officers and Trus?
tees of the Publlo Library of Kentucky, and the
following named eminent and disinterested citi?
zens, who have consented to be present and see
that ali ls fairly done:
Hon. M. R. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals, Ky.
lion. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. Lebanon Dis.
Hon. H. W. Broce, Judge Mnth Jadiclal Dla., Ky.
Gen. Ell H. Murray, U. a. Marshal, Dla Ky.
Hon. B. Cooran, Chancellor Loo. Chancery Court. \
Hon. E. D. standford, President Farmers' and
< Drovers" Bank.
Hob. Jonn Barbee, Manager Royal Insurance Co.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial Dis.
Dr. 0. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Jllaon P. Johnson, Manager Galt House.
Dr. T. s. Bell. Prof. Medical University, Louisville.
Hon. J. G. Baxter, Maret Louisville.
Hon. T. L. Burnett, city Attorney.
Henry Welford, treasurer Louisville.
A. 0. Brannln, President Manufacturers' Bank.
Phillp Judge, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
Jas. Bridgeford, Pres. 2d Nat Ional Bank.
W. 0. D. Whips, Proprietor Willard Hotel.
J. C. Johnston, President Traders' Bank.
H. Victor Newcomb, firm of Newcomb, Buchanan
Henry Deppen, President German Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. Norvln Oreen, President L. & C. Short Uno
Vol. Rose, Agent. Adams Express Co.
R. T. DURRETT, President.
W. N. IIALDEMAN, vice-President.
JOHN S. CALM, Secretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS BANK, Treas.
Those who desire further information, or who
wish to actas Agents for me sale or Tickets, aa
well aa those desiring to purchase Tickets, should
THOS. S3. BRI M LET TH,
Agent Pah,ic Library of Kentucky,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
49" circulars, giving lull particulars, sent on
(Oohing, tailoring, &t.
SPRING AND RUMMER, 1872.
MENKE A MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock or CLOTHS, OASSIMERES. COATINGS,
Suiting Cheviots, Linens, Ac, and the handsom?
est selection or Panis and Vest Pat terns, which
will be made to order nuder the supervision of a
most skilful and fauhlonablo cutter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOYS AND CHILDREN, of
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF GENTS
Which embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WEAR.
All orders promptly executed and aatlBfacrAso
Drrj ?oo?9, Ut.
No. 244 KIN? STSEET,
Offer on Monday, Jane 3. previous to talcing Tear*
ly Inventory, their entire Stock at great sacrifice.
The ?reaten inducements of tho season axe
20pieces Blaok SILK, at $i and $126.
10 pieces Oroa G rain, $126 and $ I 60.
LO Japanese Silk Dresses, only $S.
All oar Japanese Silk? reduced to 76 cents.
? 10,000 yards of d?n?rent netv styles of Dress
Goods, from 16 cents.
60 Black Llama Loco Shawls, reduced 25 per
j Oar entire Stock of White Goods haa been
loo pieces swiss, 12,16 and 20 cents.
200 pieces swiss. 26,80 and 40 cents.
100 pieces Satin-stripe Pique, 20 cents, formerly
200 pieces Corded and Dotted at 25 and 36 cents,
reduced from 40 and 63 cents.
50) pieces Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics, Chocked
and cross-Barred Cambrics at greatly reduced
Our Linen Department la complete in alt Its j
25 pieces Ladies1 Dress Linen-4-1 wi le-25 cents.
20 pieces Ladles' White 4-4 Battlste, from 25 cents.
20 pieces Gems' Brown Linen, from 20 cents np.
A fall line of White Linen Duck. Linen Drill and
Striped J 'nena for Men's and Boys' Suits-sold at
Oar Cloth Department has received additional
supplies in the latest styles of CASSIM ERES,
Broidclotha, Drab d'Ete, Ac, all of which h .ve
undergone an extraordinary redaction in the
prices. We oller this liae of good as great bar?
gains, and can convince customers that the
goods are the cheapest in this market.
The moat complete Stock of
can be round at oar Establish ment. ?
The latest styles or CALICOS, Percales, Lawns,
Muslins, Ginghams, Drills, Brown and Bleached
Homespun, are offered at prices never before In
Oar complete and well-assorted Stock or
ls the best and cheapen In the city. We are
offering the follow lng articles cheaper than any
honsein this town:
NAPKINS, Day lies. Towels. Bleached and Cn
bleached Tabling, Crasti, White Linens, Sheet-1
logs, Plllowcoslog, Ac, Ac.
Particular attention has been paid to tho r?duc?
tion in the prices of:
Ladles' and Gents* Summer UNDERWEAR.
Ladles' and Gents' Handkerchiefs, Bows, Nock
A fall line of all Widths, Shades and Colors of j
Silk RIBBON at lower prices than ever before
Aa additional reduction of 20 per , cent, baa
been made la the price of onr complete line of |
Ladies' Fine White BOSE..
children's Fine White Hose.
lien's Fine White Socks.
Boys' Fine White Socks.
Ladlee'. Men's and Children's GLOVE9, la White
and Colored, Lace and Linen ends and Col?
lars, Ve,ls, sets Sleeves and Collars, Fans,
Parasols, Artificial Flowers, Straw Hats,
Marseilles Fringes and Trimmings-all at
greatly reduced prices.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO
No. 244 KING STREET.
Draga on? ivoirines.
W. B. WARNES A CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now ns?d by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BABB, Charleston:
Iron and I odoform Pins,? powerful Alterative
. and Tonic. *
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Clnchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron .
Elixir calisaya, Jr?n and Bismuth.
Elixir calisaya, Ferreted -
Elixir Callaaya. Iron and strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valerianate or Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin , .,
Bitter Wine or Iron
Wino or Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup or Phosphates (or Chemical Food;
syrup ol Uypophospbltes (for Consumption, Brod
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotaining Yandia, Tofu, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. Thu ls a new and vain*
able combination or the medicinal properties
ol the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian, j
associated with Aromatics. 'It is a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
its medicinal virtues, it is u-iefnl as a vehicle
and for masking tho bitter taste of Quinine. I
Elixir Gentian sod Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potass lum. i
Syrup Phospd. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt.;
ken's .-yrnp) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Eilx. Valerianate of strychnia
EUx. Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the.
greatest service where there U a tendency to ;
Beef, Wine and Iron.an elegant combin?tes,:
especially serviceable in cases or childjren and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner* Co.
manufacturo alua line of Flatd Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all or which are- to be had ati
Manufacturer's Priced, of . '
Da. ii. BARP.. No. isl Meeting street,
rach2ii dawcmoa Charleston. S.O. ,
WE LIVE AND LfiARN, DIB AND
THE SOUTHE 11N DVE HOUSE,
NO. 369 KINO STOBST.
Dyes andi cleans by means or steam, Gentle
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and La-e Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft tji Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape]
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
?jf Goods received and returned by Express.
?nngg-lvr_T. BILLER. Prnnrtetor
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
feb? Smith Street, north of Wept svorrn. I
Dr ?as ano MtoitintB.
THE PEOPLE HAVE CHOSEN.-THE i
experlcenceof yearn has convinced an in- i
Ullifrent pubic that for all ailments Involving
weakness and Irritability of the stomach, ob?
structions lu the bowels, a morbid condition of
the liver and nervous debility,
I Tarrant'* Effervescent Seltzer Aperient j
la the surest, safest and swiftest lemedy. Not
merely agreeable, but absolutely delicious to the
palate; lt also possesses four medicinal elements
which nave never been united In the same happy
proportions in any other preparation. It ls the
gentlest and mort painless of cathartics, a won?
derful tonic, and unexceptionable alterative and
a certain corrective of all impurities which may
exist in the blond or other fluids or the boJy.
Decline all Imitations of the genuine article, bold
by all druggists. _mav8-12
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
TH RY ARB ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.'
fliey contain no arsenic or pniwuoos ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing In the least decree
Injurious to the system under nny circumstances
-and may be administered' wita perfect safety
to an Infant.
They never fall to cure the ino it obstinate case
wheu taken as directed.
They cure immo lately. Ia no eise will the pa
(lent have more than one chill arier the first doac,
and in tue majority or cai s not. even that.
They accomplish the work by destroying the
cause of di,ease, which no other remedy pretends
They are an effectual preventivo, neutralizing
Iba malariojM pointu,: In the cystem, and tan?
I avertiug Its consequences.
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN TH Cl P. PRACTICE
It ls almost universally the casa that physicians j
condemn what are generally kuown ss "Patent
Medicines." MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
though under this head, thc composition la known
to many, and s i pa pabfe are their valuable cura?
tive properties that a number of theflrat physi?
cians lo the South and Weat have adopted them
In their practice, and recommend- them, to i heir
patients as the most reliable Fever-md Ague
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be they ever so much exposed to Fever and Ague,
If they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND Ad LIE PILLS.
To tho*-! who have contracted Fever and Ague,
Instead or uslmr Quinine, Arsenic, and other power?
ful remedies, they will rind not only immediate
relier, but a positive cure in
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
which ls an old reliable article prepared from the
private formula or one of the most experienced
physicians In the Fever and Ague' districts, who
alter many years of success ful poetice has made
lt known to the prc prie tor. This article has been
used In cases where every remedy has failed be?
fore, and performed the most astonishing cures;
bel?g a vegeiabie -compound, ic removes the
cause of the disease at once, and doea not fur?
nish, as many articles do, only temporary relief.
mayao tinaroo_.;; _
P H A N T O M .
The best Beautifier of the Complexion in I he i
Markee Ladles try it, yon will (ind lc so. Sample J
Packages of THIS NSW AND BEAUTIFUL FACE POW?
DAR, free by all druggists. BOWIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
Cigars ano Sobarco.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MAMTFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HpUS?
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality,
call and examine Stock before buying elae
WILLIAM 8CURODBII, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel or Fortune conatant y on
hand. Invest 26 cents and try your luck.
Shirts ano ifnrnisrjing ?0000.
MEN'S FANCY HALF-HOSE.
GAUZE, MERINO,' SILK AND THREAD
UXBEBSniRTS A.\D DRAWERS
WIND30frSCARFS, BOWS A TIES.
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
IN G Ii EAT VARIETY,
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
*T EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
norw . . .
Bj HOLMES & MACBETH,
ij?> ' A uctloneer?. v ,^ ' v.lftiiCV
ASSIGN?E SALE.-W?fcL BB SOLD ON
THIS DAT, 8th Jane, co m mencmg at 10
o'clock,at ature corner, cr Hasel and Meeting
streets ' " .?.**.'J <.????,,uva
The STOCK OF HARDWARE,'. Agricultural Im
piements. Guns, Aa Ac, or the Messrs. Charles
Kerrison, Jr. A Co., Bankrupts, the sale to continue
from day to day, until closed ont. ' Consisting In
p?rt oras follows : r . /?)';-A"
-.<One and Two-Horse PLOUGHS, Straw Cutters.
C jrn-Shellers,.Manure Forks, Stock Locks. Brass
and Iron Fenders, Min stones. Meat Cutters,
Bolts, Rat Traps, Walters, 'Knives and Forks,
Bells, SchctleaTCntf?ry. Ooma Screws, lot of Une
Gans imported,. Powder Flasks, Shot ponches,
Shovels, Scyth? Bandies; -Bnckeis. Brooms/Ooti
ton caros, Carpenters' Toola; or all kinds. . -
.". . -ALSO, ! .' . ' . Ai
OFFICE FURNITURE, consisting of: . ' H
Ofllce DESKS, Chairs,"stools, . Stove, : Shelving;
Counters and Show-Cases.- ? '??tu
One Fine Fairbanks SCALES1, and many Othor
articles too nnmertus to mention. . "-,\.?c
Terms cash. MARTIN W. WTGGy
Jona_ ?? . - Assignee^ j
gUrt?m Qales^Smntt jPgjfclig
Bj A. C. McbHLLITRAY. .'.g
DWELLING No. 84 CANNON- STREET,"
northside, west of Ashley street, opposite
lillington coure. '
On TUESDAY, the 11th Instant,'at ll o'clock, at
the Postofllce, -will be ?old, ' "i1'.4
The above small, neat WOODEN HOUSE, (wo
stories, with piazaa to the west, good well or
water. Lot la 83* by mfeet, moreorless.
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two
years, secured as asnal, purchaser paying Auc
tloneer for papers._ . JaM-Ista
Real Estate Agents'anti Auctioneers. c
TRUSTEES' SALE OP THE RICHMOND
ANO YORK H1VF.H. KAI URO .VD. ". r
B Hy virtue of two deeds of trust from the Rich?
mond and Vork River Railroad Company to ins late
Wm. H Macfarland and th?; undersigned,-dated
respectively the stn or September, mo, andtna
ist o. January, isca, the undersigned, Burvivlag
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY,- the lim day of
August, is*-', at 12 M., at the anetlon rooms of
Messrs Crabbs A Williams, Richmond, Virginia,
seirby Puotlc Auction,; *', vT ,. -', - ? " >
The WHOLE LINE OP RAILWAY of the said.
Company from - the' ci ty or Hie ri mon d to west
Point, together with trie Franchines of thcsald
Company,' and the Equipments, Rolling-stock.
Machine Shops..'Depots, Water stations,' iRo?tt
ned. Machinery,' Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, Interest or estate convoyed by .toa
?aid deeds, exceptio? choies in action. .
THE TERMS OF SALE \: A ? , .
will be CASQ sufficient to pay an the costs or ex-'
ecu' lug i lie trusts of said deed1?, and to pay the
intere-it on the bonds outstanding'ondertne deed
of 1869 aforesaid, estimated at abone $36. ooo, ac fl
. hen a cred t an ti the 1st ol January, isn, as to
$43,OOO, with interest from. Abe lat of Jaly,-j&72,
it the rate or 8 per cent per annum, payable
Beml-annaally, and .thea Cash .sufficient to pay
tue interest due on me bonds or the first-class
under the deed of 1868 Hf.iressid, estimated -at
about $52,i oo, and a credit amil the 1st of Jana'!
ary, i8j? aa to $300,000, with interest at th? rate
or s per cook per annum from the. lat of Joly,
1872, payable semi annually, and then Cash sur
Detent to pay the Interest dui'on the bonds cf the
second class ander the mortgage' oribis afore?
said, estimated at about $155,000, and then a
credit until 1st Of January, 1877 , aa to $299,000,
with Interest from the lac of Joly; 1872; at-the
rate of 7 per. cent, pe rann um, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a oiedlt until tho ist of January,
1890, as to the re.-inue of s ich - ireaane money?
wi' h inter?st at the rate ora -per - cent, per" an?
num. As to so much of the purchase money as'
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by the
deeds of trust afores aid, tho wirctiaaer ?ballgtre
his booda corresponding with the a*H ontsuad
lng bonds, and as to the fe-ld ne or such parchase
money, the'purchaser ahall give his bond dr
bonds, as raav be determined upon arter*the saler
the purchaser's bonds 10-be secured by deed or
trast on the property and franchises sold: -ti?m. "1
capltallsu- wdl t?ke notice that the enact of a
sale and conveyance by the undersigned wm be
to extinguish the Company aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. For fort her par
He ulara, apply to ii eH g lea rs PAGE A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Va.
R H. M AO RY, ? r1'1
J. PROSSER TABB, ' ?
. - Surviving Trastees.
ter Sale condneted by Messrs. GRUBB3 A
WILLIAM i, Auctioneers. ,iu
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS, j '\>
Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report at once to Mesara. PAGE A MAURY;, Rich?
mond, Va, the number of Bonds held' by them,
the deed of trust by Which they are secured, the
amount of 0ich Bond, and the amount or interest
doe.- Holdei-. or Detached Coupons will report as
above., . . R. H. MAURY,. , ' v .,.
.J. PROSSER' TABB; 7
jno3 _ Surviving Trustees."
IN THE DISTRICT. COURT .OP. THE
United States for the District of South Caro?
lina-In re Laurens Railroad Company, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy. " '.;
- in obedience, to an order In the above stated
case, dated the 6th day or April, 1872, I will re?
sell to the highest bidder, at publlo outcry, at the
risk of the- Greenville and columbia Railroad
Company, the LAURENS RAILROAD, at Colunia
bia, S.mth Carolina, in front of the Columbia Ho?
tel, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the twentieth (20th)
day Of Jane, 1872, free from all liena aiDCum
b ran ces. including tho track and roa l-bea. Iron,
rails, chairs, ?pikes, timbers, bridges, culverts;
machine shops, water tanks, station-houses, 'and
all locomotives, cara.and machinery, and all and
aingnlar the property and' a-sets, real and per?
sonal, or evert kind and description whatever, of
the Laurens Railroad Company, together with all
the rights, privil?ges, franchises and. easements,
lawfully held, used or enjoyed by .the. Lanranp
Railroad Company, on the louowlng terms, to Wit:
Sixty-four t nous and two hundred and twenty-two
($54 -'in 84) dollars eighty-lour cen tann ust bo paid
within thirty (30) days after the day of .sale; and
the payment of the balance of the parchaste
money within twelve months'from the day of
sale, with interest .hereon at seven per cent.;por
annum from that day* moat be secured by toe
bond of the pnrcnaser* and a mortgage, of the en?
tire property sold... .', ."'-,""'..' Lj?fx"
The bidder wlB be required to deposit with the
atslguee. before his bid Is accepted, twenty thous -
and dollars, to secare compliance with the. terms
or sale herein aet forth, and upon failure to de?
posit that sum the properly will at once bore -
offered fdr sale. j AMES M. BAXTER,
. may20_? _Assignee. :
Boors, Soariea ano, jUgj&JTt I
P. P. TOALE,
Manufaotarer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, -WINDOW GLASS, -T>
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
O FF I C E AND' SA LESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, HOBLBECBTS WHARF.
'.- -. - ; . K rail 1 V
u'A ? i..-., >? bfei il lo
". ' AND \
Frenoh and American Clock?,
IS TO BE FOUND AT
PTo. 307 KINO 8TREET1