?Icetiiigs TUis Day.
Typographical L'nion. at half-past 7 P. M.
TUE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office ls
now printing bill-heads ia the bcsi style and on
fine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
RETURN D.W.-To-day has been set apart as
the returu day for the cases to bo tried in thc
Court of General Sessions in this city during the
Ti;sf ?'.FTERNOUN. at the Academy ol' Music,
will b?. laved the fatuous '-Joan of Arc," With
thc anachronic "Shoo, Fly," an undoubted na?
tive of Charleston. Wc again remind our citizens
that all thc money paid by children who visit the
Academy this afternoon will bc given, without
any deduction, to thc "Home for the Mothers,
Widows aud Daughters" of the Confederate dead.
LIGHTNING Rons.-Mr. Pendleton, of Au?
gusta, is now iu Charleston as thc representative
Of the linn of W. II. Goodrich ft Son, who are the
exclusive manufacturers and proprietors for Geor?
gia. South Carolina aud Florida, of the "copper
scroll lightniug rod." This is Hall's intent, and
is recommended by some of the most eminent
scientific men in the country as thc best "light?
ning rod" in use.
SUDDEN DEATH.'-Caleb Backus, a fireman
on board of the steamship Sea Gull, which arriv?
ed here yesterday morning from Baltimore, fell
dow? on Thursday in a faint, and died two hours
after from, lt ls supposed, excessive use of ice
water while heated. Thc deceased belongs to Bal?
timore, where he leaves a wife and several chil?
dren. Coroner Whiting will hold an Inquest on
the body at the Roper Hospital, it having been
taken there from the ship.
TO-NIOHT. -To-morrow will care for itself.
To-night, at the Academy o? Music, we have
"Paul Pry;" not Mother Hubbard, but Father
Bishop, who will astonish Charleston in a role
that the unctuous Liston, a quarter of a century
ago, made particularly his own. Added to Bishop,
will be the far-famed burlesqne "Kenilworth," in
which the Arcft-Bishops, Blanche and Ella Chap?
man, will again fascinate youth and unbend the
severities of age. A burooer ! ror this Saturday
CRUMBS.-The Sumter News was mrsWorm
?d. Thc glnhouse of Dr. J. B. Witherspoon was
A new postofflce has been established at "Ward's
Turnout," on the Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, and Mr. Bryant Hughes has beeu appointed
The safe stolen from the cars last week has
been round at the bottom of au old well, in the
old brick yard below Camden. Jim Kirkland,
alias Adamson, has been arrested and ls now in
THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
It is reported that the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad purchased the s learner Fannie at the
recent sale of tuc steamboat property of the late
Captain John Ferguson, and she will be used in
futuro as a ferryboat to ply between the city dc
pot4nd the Ashley River terminus of that road.
This will be a wonderful improvement on the
barges now in use, and is perhaps the foreshadow?
ing of greater things to come when the bridge
will be rebuilt and a union depot an established
BLOCKADE IN WESTERN FREIGHT.-The Ma- 1
con Telegraph and Messenger says dispatches 1
were received In Macon, on Wednesday, from 1
Louisville houses, stating that shipments could 1
not be made In consequence of the Louisville and
Nashville and Nashville and Chattanooga Rail- I 1
Toads being choked with freight. It is said there J (
are no less than sixteen hundred carloads at
Nashville awaiting transportation Senth, and at J 1
least half that number at Chattanooga. In con- j a
sequence of this, bacon, bulk meats, corn and
other prodnce are getting scarce In our market. | 1
LECTURES ON TURKET_-The Rev. Arthur
Bogdan, the Nestorlan. will deliver a course of | J
three lectures on the "Life, Manners and Habits
of the People of Tuncey," and on the "Eastern
Question," beginning on Tuesday next. The lec?
tures will be delivered in the nev, Music Hall,
corner of King and Market streets, and the whole
proceeds will be given to that noble charity, the
Ladles' Mutual Aid Association. Mr. Withers, the
famous violinist, will play one or his remarkable
solus and will be accompanied by a full band. | ?
We do hope that these lectures wiU be largely jut
TUE EDGEFIELD UAR AND JCDGE ORR.-We
take the following report from the Edgefield Ad?
At a' meeting of the members of the bar or
Edgefleld, held on Wednesday, thc loth Instant,
exjrovernor M. L. Bonham presiding, the follow
lng*resolution was offered by John E. Bacon,
Esq., and unanimously adopted by the meeting : | j
Resolved, That the thanks of the Edgefleld bar
are eminently due and are hereby tendered to his
Honor, Judge Orr, for holding the present extra
term of the court, and for the dignity, ability and | t
courtesy with which he has discharged his duties
as presiding oftlcer of the court.
On motion by S. B. Griffin, Esq. : | 1
Resolved, That the above resolution of thanks
be published in the Edge?eld Advertiser.
Ex-Governor Bonham, 'u hts usual happy and
ornate manner, presented the above resolutions
to his Honor on the last day of the term, followed | i
by General M. Wi Gary on the part of thc jurors
in tendering their thanks, as also those of the
community to Judge Orr, for the strict yet cour?
teous Impartiality and ability manifested during
the entire term.
"Gm ME SUM DAT PIE"-A DISGUSTING IN?
CIDENT.-The Columbia Guardian says : "Quite an
amusing scene, and one indicative of the dignity
of that august body, occurred in the House a day
or two since. DeLarge having procured some?
thing in the appearance of an apple pie, was
dividing it very generously among such of his
confreres as were seated next him, when Elliott,
who was seated some distance off, rushed up, and
In rather peremptory terms, demanded a slice.
As the pie, so DeLarge's liberality had diminished,
and there being but a single slice remaining, he
repUed to Elliott's demand by ramming that has?
tily m his own mouth. "Elliott was not to be so
easily robbed of his expected treat-like an eagle
he pounced upon de-large member from Charles?
ton, and grasping him by the throat, endeavored
to choke him Into a more generous state or mind.
Being the stouter, and having the advantage in
position, he standing and the other seated, Elliott
succeeded In jamming DeLarge's head down upon
bil chair, when the latter ended the encounter by
using his knife upon his antagonist's leg, sending
him scampering away to his seat, amid the
laughter or the House."
GOVERNMENT LANDS IN BEA^OMC-Our
Washington correspondent lnfonns us that a bill
bas beeu Introduced In the United States House
of Representatives and referred to the Committee
on Public Lands, authorizing the conveyance or
certain government property in the County of
Beaufort, S. C., to the State of South Carolina, for
-common Behool purposes. It is as follows:
Whereas, The United States Government owns
a large amount of taxable property of the County
?of Beaufort, South Carolina, for which no tax ts
paid either to the State of South Carolina or to
the County of Beaufort, thereby burdening the
people of said State and county much more heavi?
ly than would be the case if said property was
owned by the taxpayers of said county; and,
whereas, said property ls diminishing in value,
uncaredjor as it now is; therefore.
Be iPtnactea by the Senate and House of Repre?
sentatives of the United States or America In Con?
gress assembled. That all property owned by the
Government of the United States in the County of
Beaufort, South Carolina, which has come into
the possession of the United States under the
operation of the act or Congress approved June 7,
1802. and entitled "An act for the collection of
direct taxes in Insurrectionary districts within
the United States, and for other purposes," and
under the operation of any act amendatory there- :
to, except lands law fully set apart for military or
naval uses. Including the site designated for a
navy-yard on St. Helena Island, bc and ls hereby
turned over or conveyed to the State of South i
Carolina for educational purposes within said
State: and all sales of such property shall be set
apart bv the said State for couiniou schools, in
which ?ll the youth of the State, without regard
to race, color, or previous condition of servitude,
s?Mll enjoy equal rights and privileges: Provided,
Twit the State of South Carolina shall first, by
legislative cnaotment, accept these provisions.
A BOLD ROBBERY.-Thc IIMISC of the City
Sheriff has been robbed of bed-clothing and othe.
articles of valne. Several robberies have also
been reported In different parts of the city, and
the police authorities and detectives should be on
FOREIGN LAHOR.-We learn from the Cam?
den Journal that Colonel Shannon and Major Can?
ter have each received from thc ?*ew jerry Society
several German laborers, and that Dr. Barnet
and Mr. Cha rles J. Shannon, Jr., have both fami?
lies or the same descent on the way from New
York. The Journal says:
Thc immigrants who have been here now for
some weeks evince that Mr. Bruggeman, tlie
agent, has been very cartful in his selection; they
are a neat, tidy, courteous and well informal,
and exceedingly industrious people, from the
agricultural districts, and will, no doubt, prove a
valuable acquisition to our laboring class. F. W.
Bruggeman, Newberry, can supply, ir immediate?
ly ordered, twenty or thirty rannlies, and two or
three hundred single laborers in time Tor the cn
suiug crop-certaiuly before the first or March
How GREAT IS SOUTH CAROLINA!-With ?
metropolis that was the hotbed ?r secession, the
llrst that caused the "old flag" tobe lowered,and
ene that sustained a siege unprecedented in his?
tory, the Palmetto State has noi yet had her full
meed of glory and renown. It is now asserted,
pO"i'.lvely, that South Carolina, thc birthplace of
Calhoun, and the honored mother or Rutledge,
Mc Duftle and Hayne, who are all known in the
past history or the State, has also thc- distin?
guished satisfaction ol claiming the authorship
or "Shoo, Fly." A number or theories have been
advanced as to the origin or this now popular
melody, but thc most plausible, and one that is
authenticated by numbers or gentlemen in this
city ls, that the tune and melody originated willi
thc negroes on thc plantations adjoining Black
Uiver. In 1S51, a number or gentlemen, includ?
ing several savants who were ou a geological sur?
vey, visited that section, and at a Christmas
dance heard not only thc music and words, but
thc chorus or "Shoo, Fly, Don't Bodder Me."
Without arrogating any musical supremacy, this
State^can fairly claim the authorship or thc song,
and wherever it is heard. Tew persons can trace
it further than a plantation melody, popular
among the South Carolina negroes before thc war,
and latterly introduced In this city.
CANDIDATES FOR GEORGIA SENATORS.-A spe?
cial to the Augusta Chronicle says: "The acknowl?
edged candidates for thc senatorship, to which
Hon. Joshua Hill and Dr. H. V. Miller were elect?
ed by the original Reconstruction Legislature,
and whose credentials are now on file with the
clerk of the Senate at Washington, are Foster
Blodgett; Parrott,Radclal Judge of Superior Court
and Speaker of the late Reconstruction Conven?
tion; Mott, late military Mayor of Colum?
bus, and Honorable Attorney-General for the
State or Georgia and public prosecutor before the
Military Eligibility Commission. All or these reach
aut expectantly, expecting to promote recon
itructlon in the Senate or the United States.
Blodgett, however, has proved sharper than all,
sven Farrow, who had Hie making or the Legisla?
ture, and evidently has the Inside track. It ls ru?
mored that John Underwood, ol Floyd, ls engaged
to take the seat or recalcetrant Chier Justice Jo- <
?eph E. Brown. Present ofllccrs or the State- s
louse are all to remain in office, except Treasurer .
Angler, who is exceedingly obnoxious to his pro- :
visional Excellency. The Bullockies are working
tard, leaving no stone unturned to have those
laving next highest votes to thc Ineligible scated (
jefore proceeding to perfect the organization (
)fthe House." '
UNITED STATIS COURT-JANUARY 2S.-HON. I
?EOROK S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-In Bankruptcy.
.inal discharges were issued to the following (
jetitioners: W. C. Mosely, Hugh Wilson. J. R. 1
Slack, or Abbeville, and Wm. P. Stark, or Colum- 1
Er parte G. S. Patterson, or Abbeville. Peti
ion for Anal discharge. Referred to Registrar 1
Ex parte F. W. R. Lance, in re w. c. Mosely. s
'etitioa to establish hen. Order or reference 1
Ex parte D. R. Duncan, in re M. A. Harney,
'e ti ti on for sale and to call in Hen creditors. Re- r
erred to Registrar Claw&on. I
Ex parte C. P. Williams, In re Henry Seabrook. [
'etltlon to establish lien. Reierred to Registrar :
Ex parte B. F. Fergurson and J. G. Patrick,
'etltlon for abandonment of costs. Reierred to
Registrar Clawson. '
Ex parte James Ferrar, In re M. J. Mc Arth ur. j
Petition to establish Hen. Registrar's report re- t
Ex parte John White, ia re Robert Whitesldes. |
Petition to reopen references and establish liens. .
Jrder granted and reforred to Registrar Clawson. J
Ex parte Simons & Simons, in re F. G. Cart and
Louis Jervey. Petition for leave to retuln the
imount or their bill for professional services out
3? fonds in their hands. Granted.
TUE LEGITIMATE DRAMA.-WC are exceed- I
.ngly pleased to be able to state that, through thc
mterprlse of tr. Ford, we are to have next week, j
it the Academy of Music, a series or entertain- \
nents the bare announcement or which HU be (
mnlclent to AU the house "from turret to fouuda
lon stone." With a just appreciation ol the
iastes or the community, he has determined to
int upon the boards several or the best legitimate
;omedlesln the dramatic repertoire. Goldsmith's ?
'She Stoops to Conquer," Sheridan's "Rivals," .,
che "Heir-at-Law" and several other comedies ol ,
ihe same class ar d reputation, will be produced
with all the care and completeness which have
characterized the repn scntation or the legiti?
mate drama under Mr. Ford's auspices. The
present company will be retained for the ensuing 1
week,' and, with the addition or several other ?
sterling actors who have been specially sent for, I
will make up a very strong and effective cast. I
In roles like "Tony Lumpkin" and "Bob Acres,"
Bishop is saki to be unrivalled bv jiny comedian
now on the stage, and the lighter parts will be .
ibly sustained by the Chapmaus, Mr. Kennedy
and the new importations.
The comedies we have mentioned have not been '
produced lu Charleston for many years, and the
opportunity which ls now afforded us ol seeing
them under the most favorable auspices will, wc
ure sure, be eagerly embraced. ,
Charleston will certainly not be behindhand In
showing its appreciation of the plays which, for '
nearly a hundred years, have held triumphant ,
possession ol the British and American stage,
and have been acted to crowded and delighted
houses wherever the English language ls spoken.
THE PANORAMA OF NEW YORK CITY.-The
afternoon and evening exhibition or this pano- I
rama in the Hibernian Hall, yesterday, was a i
ileclded success, as on each occasion every scat
was filled, and numbers had to leave from want
ur room. Every preparation had been made to
accommodate the crowds that were expected to
ittend, but the hall was by far too small for thc
nany that thronged to the exhibition. A num?
ber of persons who were debarred the privilege of :
seats were compelled to leave.
The stage has been fitted up expressly for thc ?
panorama, and thc gorgeous display or thc
streets and scenes ol New York move before the
spectators with such a faithful representation
that thc dlO'crent localities are easily recognized
tty those persons familiar with Gotham. Broad- ,
way, with its elegant hotels, splendid stores and '
palatial residences, its sidewalks erowded with
ladles, gentlemen, and little folks; the street j
:hronged with carriages, drays, omnibuses, ex?
press wagons, rast horses and rast men; mill
;ary parades and processions; the beggar girls
:he street sweepers, newsboys, mcrchauts, mil.
lonalres, "gutter snipes," roughs, pickpockets
rreenles rrom the country, policemen, ?ud hun- '
Ireds or other characters-all make up a picture
:hat enhanee the Interest or every one, and '
iffords abundant pleasure. Mr. Nortou, the lee- '
;urer, who gives a running commentary ou the '
scenes or the panorama, understands his busl
less well, nud adds a great deal to the interest or 1
the exhibition. De kuows New York "like a 1
aoofc," and theamount or information his remarks
contain, and his entertaining description of life
In New York, its wealth and work, its generosity ?
iud its meanness, its thousands of objects of In- i
terest, is alone worth thc admission fee. 1
The pauorama will bc exhibited this afteruoou ?
and evening, and until Wednesday or next week.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS.-We publish to-day
thc advertisement of this well-known firm. Tire
NEWS, from the first day of its publication, has
been printed with type made at this foundry, and
is a pc rennial proof of their taste and skill. We
commend James Conner's Sons to thc printing
fraternity as sound, liberal, fair-dealing and ac
curate business men.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC-BENEFIT OF THE CHAP?
MANS.-Thc favorite comedy of "A Serious Fami?
ly" was produced last evening to the most in?
tensely appreciative audience that we have ever
seen. Bishop as Aminitlab Sleek provoked roars
of laughter with every intonation of his voice,
and almost with every expression of his wonder?
fully mobile face. Mr. Kennedy played the rol?
licking Irish Captain with his accustomed spirit,
and Mrs. Capman was very good as Lady Sowcrb;
In the burlesque of "Cinderella," which suc?
ceeded, the enjoyment of the audience was fully
sustained, and altogether the performance was
perhaps the most uniformly meritorious or the
season. In the closing chorus especially, the en?
cores were most enthusiastic, and Ella Chap?
man's clog dance was called for three times.
There will be a matinee this afternoon, with
"Joan or Arc" and "Shoo Fly" on the bills; and
at night thc capital comedy of "raul Pry" and
the burlesque or "Kenilworth," the latter the best
extravaganza at present on the boards.
Hotel Arrivals-January 28.
J. M. Lofton, Santee; J. S. Williams, Virginia;
Robert Dampster, Liverpool: W. F. Herring, Au?
gusta; J. A. Graham, Chester; C. E. Richards,
Georgia; W. IL Pomeroy, wife and servant, Miss
H. P. Pomeroy and nurse, Thomas Clark, William
E. Story, J. C. Osgood, wife and servant, E. C.
Fitch, Wm. Scott, Kew York; C. O. Klett, J. C.
Scott and wife, Philadelphia; N. S. Shaler, Massa?
chusetts; E. C. Stark, New York; Grange Lard,
Jr., and wife, Chicago; A. H. Waring, South Caro?
lina; Mrs. P. W. Davis, Mrs. M. A. Johnson, Provi?
dence; S. Ritter, Williamsburg: A. P. Broach,
J. Johnston, New York; N. P. Dutton, Steam?
ship Sea Gull; W. L. Carn, Barnwell; George F.
Waltham, Savannah: LT. L. Sturges, City; Dr. L.
S. Lawson, South Carolina; Lieutenant C. E. Web?
ster, United States Rt venue Service; A. H. DuPre.
A. P. Broach, McClellanville.
J. O. Stockham, Philadelphia; R. Trembly, Jr.,
Columbia; Dr. C. H. Bownley, James Island; W. T.
Whitney, Arthur Rotch, F. R. Norris, M. H. Simp?
son, Jr., Boston; Samuel J. Field, New York; W.
F. Elson, Philadelphia; E. H. Pack, Jr., New York;
J. Mciver, Society Hill; W. P. Nichols, New
York; G. W. Hans, Liverpool; Heyward Cutting,
S'ew York; G. Fowler, James T. Baer, E. R. Au?
ftr?te, Newark, N. J.;Theo. Little, Brooklyn; Rlch
ird A. Horne, Boston; T. W. Newell, Mrs. Gilbert,
Urs. Rotch and son, New York.
FOR SAVANNAH.-Passengers lo thc Forest
Jlty are referred to the advertisement or the
iteamcr Pilot Roy, which will hereafter sall for
Savannah, via the inland route, every Sunday
ind Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock.
ASTHMA.-A spasmodic affection of the bron
:hlal tubes, which are covered with a dry tena
:lous phlegm. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" will,
n some cases, give Immediate relief. For coughs,
;olds and throat diseases, the troches have proved
"An old lady friend, having tried many reme?
lles for asthma with no benefit, found great re
leffrom the troches."-[Rev. Dr. Letts, Frank
ort, 111. For sale by Dowle, Moise & Davis.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
s now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
mslness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thons
ind. Send your orders. Every merchant and
mslness man should have his card printed on his
ON sale at the Hasel Street Bazaar, Februa
y Magazines: Frank Leslie's, 35 ceuts; Madame
)emorest's, 30 cents; Putnam's, 35 cents; Catho
Ic World, 45 cents; Godcy's, 25 couts.
O'BRIEN-O'NEILL.-On the evening of the
!5th January, 18T0, at thc Cathedral Chapel, by
;he Rev. F. J. Shadier, Tuos. S. O'BRIEN to MARY
G., eldest daughter of J. F. O'Neill, Esq., all of
;hls city. r
ELLIOTT-HUGER.-At Greensboro*, Ga., on
he C6th instant, by the Rev. Robert H. Elliott, Dr.
ii in N H. ELLIOTT, of Savannah, Ga., to Miss I,ITT.
?ldest daughter of Dr. J. A. Huger, of South Caro?
TOUSSlGER.-Died on thc morning of the 28th
nstnnt, Miss ELIZA TOISSIGER, in theSSth year of
^ HER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
ire respectfully Invited to attend her funeral scr
riccs at St. Philip's Church, Tuis MOIININU, at io
^-SLERCIIANDIS? FOR REAL ES?
TATE.-Persons having REAL ESTATE in or out
y( the city, and desirous of trading thc same for
leslrable MERCHANDISE, win cali at
W. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BRUNS',
jau29 stutho* No. 35 Broad street.
^NOTICE.- ALL PERSONS HAVING
jlaims against the Estate of FLORENCE O'S.
SEYLE, wlii render them properly attested, and
:hose Indebted will make Immediate payment to
Lhe undersigned. HARRIET E. COMP ION,
jan29 s3 Administratrix.
par CHARLESTON COUNTY AGRI?
CULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Donations of money, books, periodicals, maga?
zines, engravings and all other matter of Inter?
est in the formation of a Library and Reading
Room for this Society, will be received at the
anice of the Rural Carolinian, No. 3 Broad street.
Application for membership can be made by
letter to Chairman Executive Committee, Post
attlee Box No. 203, at this place, or by depositing
letter lu box at No. 3 Broad street. Life Member?
ship $10; Annual Membership (2
(Signed) W. G. VARDELL,
Chairman Executive Committee.
El'Jan29 2 mtum3
^NOTICE.-TO LOT OWNERS ON
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-The attention of all per?
sons interested ls called to the following resolu?
tion which was passed at thc last Regular Meet?
ing of the Town Council at Moult neville, aud
which will bc rigidly enforced:
Ilcsoiml, That all persons owning or claiming
Lots which have been excavated or upon which
earthworks have been raised, are required to lill
up such excavations and to level said works; all
such Lots not tilted or leveled bejbre thejlrst day
of March tt?xi to bc taken charge of by Council,
aud thc work done at the expense of the persons
claiming or owning the same.
By order of Council.
JOHN M. TOUHEY,
janis tu2 go Intendant.
jZar- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays for Youug Men, on thc honor
and happiness of Marriage, and the evils and dan?
cers of Celibacy, with sanitary help for thc at?
tainment of man's true position in life. Sent free
In sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION. Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
??T- NOTICE.-OFFICE COUNTY COM?
MISSIONERS, PIREPROOF BUILDING, CUARLES
roN, S. C., December 20, 1SC9.-All persons Re?
tailing LIQUORS In thc County are hereby called
apon to take out Licenses Tor one year, from 1st
Every violation ol the law relative to these Li?
seuses will be prosecuted aud thc penalty strictly
enforced. F. LANCE,
dcc23 Clerk Board C. C.
?Sr-PEBRY'S COMEDONE AND PIM?
PLE REMEDY positively cures Comedones, (Bald
Heads or Grubs;) also Red, White and Malterated
Pimples on the race. Depot No. 49 Bond street,
Sow York. Sold by Druggists everywhere,
?Sr NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
Owners wanted for thc following packages per
Steamship TENNESSEE from New York, January
24, and now in Union Wharves Store, unclaimed:
IT. B. M-1 box bacon, 10 barrels potatoes.
R. N. WHITNEY-3 cases merchandise.
COURTENAY A- TRENHOLM,
jan20 i_ Union Wharves.
?&- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMBR SEA
GULL, from Ballimore, are hereby notified that
she is Tuts DAV discharging Cargo at pier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees' risk.
jan2S 2_MORDECAI A CO., Agents.
?ST- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months after date, application will be
made to the Court of Common Pleas for Charles?
ton County, or the Judge at Chambers, for a Char
ter for thc Chlcora Fertilizer Company. Janl so
?3?THREE WEEKS AFTER DATE,
application will bc made for the renewal of CER?
TIFICATE OF STOCK in the Planters' and Me?
chanics" Bank in Charleston, in the name of G.
W. GLENN, for sixteen Shares, No. 15,098.
Charleston, January 21,1870.
NOTICE. - PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate of thc late A. J. AN?
DERSON, of Colleloa County, deceased, will ren?
der attested statements thereof to Messrs. WIL?
LIAMS A FOX, nt Waltcrburo", and those indebt?
ed to said Estate arc requested to make payment
as above, or to the undersigned, at Ashcpoo Ferry.
A. C. ANDERSON,
JEST-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at thc expiration or three mouths, application
will bc made Tor renewals or the following CER
TIFICATES OF STOCK, thc originals of which
have been lost, viz: In Bank or Charleston,
No. 19C9 for thirty-two (32) new Shares; in Union
Bank, No. - for seventeen (17) Shares, both above
standing in name or Henry R. Frost; and in
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank or South Carolina,
No. 12,779 for forty-six ((40) Shares; No. 14,228 for
ten (10) Shares, and No. 15,724 for two (2) Sharei,
lu name or Henry R. Frost, Trustee.
THOMAS FROST, Jn.,
"HE WHO GIVETH TO THE POOR,
LENDETH TO THE LORD."-EXECUTIVE COM?
MITTEE OF THE AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION, IN
AID OF THE HOME FOR TUE MOTHERS, WIVES
AND DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERATE SOL?
DIERS.-The Committee met at the Widows'
Home, Broad street, on Friday Evening last, and
organized for action. Among other things, lt
Rewired, That the Committee canvass the City
for procuring Members of thc Association, and
also for Subscriptions or Donations in aid or the
Home; and that the Committee for those pur-,
poses be divided Into seven sub-Committees.
Sub-Committees were accordingly appointed os
WARD NO. 1-F. J. Porcher, Louis D. DeSaus
WARD NO. 2-Richard Yeadon, J. Berkley Grim
WARD NO. 3-J. Fraser Mathcwes, Theodore
WARD NO. 4-George H. Moffett, Wm. Shepherd,
J. T. Fairly.
WARD NO. 5-E. L. Kerrison, Jacob Small.
WARD NO. 6-J. R. Read, Benjamin Mordecai.
WARDS NOS. 7 AND 8-E. Lafitte, T. D. Eason.
Thc Committee are to hold stated meetings at
the Home on the First Monday lu every month.
Resolved, That Major Theodore G. Barker be ap?
pointed and requested to deliver the Inaugural
Address provided for in the Constitution or the
Association, as soon as may suit lils convenience.
Our citizens may expect to bc called on at once
Tor aid to that noble Institution or female benevo?
lence and God-blessed charity-"The Widows'
Home," aud the Committee trust that the call
ivill meet with a general and liberal response.
"Godloveth a cheerful giver."
P. S. Members of thc Association aro roqucsted
to call at the olllceoftheSccretary. J. H. WILSON,
Esq., Broad street, and sign thc Constitution.
Signature of thc Constitution constitutes mern
bersfclp. R. Y.
?&- NOTICE.-THREE MONTHS' AF?
TER date application will bc made to the Bank of
Charleston for renewal or CERTIFICATE No. 7288,
fer two shares, old Issue, and CERTIFICATE No.
il S3, for seven shares, ucw Issue, In thc name or
PAUL TRAPIER lu trust, the same having been
lost. PAUL TRAPIER.
?SS- TO CONTRACTORS. - SEALED
proposals will bc received by the undersigned
Committee until 12 o'clock M. on SATIIIDAY, 5th
or February proximo, to erect two WOODEN
PUMPS In the Village or Kingstrec. Thc wells
are already dug to nearly the required depth, and
all that ls required arc the Pumps, with necessary
attachments, hand railings around them, and
troughs for water. Thc work to be completed as
quickly as possible.
M. SCHWARTZ. ) Commiit"
J. M. STAGGERS, Sit., j Committee,
jau27 4_ Klngstree, S. C.
p&> IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charles
ton Hotel, Clturleston, S. C. decl4 6mos
?&- THE BANK OF HAMBURG.-BE?
ING appointed as the Receiver of the Hamburg
Bank, by his Honor Judge PLATT, Judge or the
Second Circuit Court, notice is hereby given, to
all whom lt may concern, that I shall attend, for
the discharge or my duty, on and after the 29TH
OF JANUARY, 1S70, at my ofllce In Hamburg, to
receive all claims, assets, or information con?
nected with said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
jan20 24 Receiver.
?&- FAMILY GROCERIES SUPPLIED
at Wholesale prices, when purchased by thc case,
hair barrel or barrel. Hermetically Sealed Goods
by the dozen. All goods warranted, and Frr.L
WEIGHT GUARANTEED. We invite the atten?
tion or the public to thc QUALITY and PRICES or
our Goods, and particularly to the WEIGHTS.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
jan24 No. 275 King street.
suffering rrom Diseases pertaining to the Genlto
Urinary Organs, will receive the latest sclentlUc
treatment, by placing themselves under the care
or DH. T. REENTSJERNA, Office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors cast rrom thc Post?nico.
l^r LIEBIG'S COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF MEAT secures great economy and conve?
nience in housekeeping and excellence In cook?
ing. None genuine without the signature ol
Barou LIEBIG, (he iuvcutor.and of MAX PETTEN
KOFFER, delegate. J. MILIIAU'S SONS,
janl2 wslmo No. 1S3 Broadway, New York.
?SS-NO CURE, NO PAY. -FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAR for Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchilis, Sore Throat, Spitting
ol Blood and Lung Diseases. Immediate relief
and positive cure, or price refunded. 35 cents.
N. B.-The genuine article has yellow labels,
with white, unprinted wrapper.
Sold by G. W. A1MAR, Agent,
Corner King and Vunderhorst streets.
par IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds or WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
p?- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years rrom Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all the ctfects of
youthfal Indiscretion, will, for the sake or suffer
lng humanity, send free to all who need ir, the re?
ceipt and directions for making the simple rem
edy by which hf was cured. Sufferers wishing to
prollt by the advertiser's experience, caa do so
b addressing, with perfect confidence, JOHN L?
OGDEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
fiB- ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Until further notice, Services will be held in this
Church every SUNDAY MORNING, at half-past io
o'clock, and in the EVENING at 7 o'clock, Rev. W.
W. HICKS officiating.
FRIDAY EVENING Lectures as usual.
Strangers provided with seats in the morning.
Evening services and Lectures, seats free.
ps- TRTNITY CHURCH.-SERVICES
TO-MOKROW MORNING, at half-past io o'clock, and
In thc AFTERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, by the
Pastor, Rev. W. P. MO?ZON; and at NIGHT, at
quarter-past 7 o'clock, by Rev. W. S. BOWMAN,
of thc Wentworth Street Lutheran Church,
pS- DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON
DUCTED in thc Orphans' Chapel on SADDATH AF?
TERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, by the Rev.
WM. C. DANA._jan20
p&- UNITARIAN CHURCH.- DIVINE
Service will be held In this Church TO-MORROW
MORNING, at half-past io o'clock, and in thc EVEN?
ING, at half-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. It. P. CUTLER
officiating. Strangers are cordially invited to
Subject for the Evening Discourse: The "Still
Small Voice" of God in the World and in thc
Heart of Mar._jan28
^THE INFIRMITIES OF AGE.
Dccrepitude ls the natural accompaniment of old
agc, but lt may be ameliorated, and thc period of
entire helplessness long postponed by the judi?
cious usc of a healthful stimulant. Physicians,
fully aware of this Tact, usually recommend mod?
erate stimulation when thc strength and vigor o
maturity have been suspended by thc feebleness
and prostration which are thc inevitable results
or declining years. Port wine, gin, brandy and
other liquors are orten prescribed by medical men
Tor aged persons, but Hie Impulses which ferment
ed ami distilled liquors give to the circulation,
and the energy they seem to Impart, is transi?
tory, unless thc alcoholic principle is modified
ami quanted by the presence or medical tonics
and lnvlgorants. or all the combinations or dir
ruslvc stimuli with the juices of herbs, roots and
barks that have ever been administered to the
aged and'luflrm, with the view of sustaining their
waning strength, cheering their" drooping spirits
and relieving their aches and pains to which they
are subjected, none has been found so efficacious,
so agreeable and so permanent iu Its effects as
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. The differ?
ence between thc effect of the Bitters and that or
a mere excitant, however pure, is the same as be?
tween the effect or a sudden and momentary ap?
plication, or excessive rorce to a given purpose,
and the result or a steady, continuous applica?
tion of exactly the requiste amount of force to thc
same end. The mere spirit of physicist energy
produced by a dram (and which is always suc?
ceeded by corresponding depression) never yet
bcnefltted any man or woman suffering from
physical decay. A cordial like Hosteler's Bit?
ters, at once soothing and invigorating, is thc
remedial agent, required._Jan29 Qp&c
TO PRINTERS.-DJ YOU ^Wl
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print?
ing Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
^TO REMOVE MOTH PATCHES,
FRECKLES and TAN from the face, use PERRY'S
Moth and Freckle Lotion. Prepared only by Dr.
B. C. PERRY, No. 49 Bond-street, New York. Sold
by all Druggists._deco 3mos
pS- JUST OUT.-CHERRY PE CTO?
RAL TROCHES, superior to all others for Colds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manufactured by RUSHTON4 CO., Astor House,
No more or those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubcb things.
For sale at wholesale by GOODRICH, WINE
MAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 ?Jayne
street. dec30 3moa
p3- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure or Decline in Premature
Man, thc treatment or Nervous and Physical De?
"There ls no member or society by whom this
book will not be round useful, whether such per?
son holds the relation or Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of fifty cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS, Washington,
D. C._septl lyr
pSr-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From thc time when, In 1S34, Dr. RU G GE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history or Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians in treatment or consumptive aud scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and rrom thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better ofter only one
dose. Juts been taken, and we cordially recommend
it to the public-[Editor "Argus." janl7 lyr
Nc cu publications,
^T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
You can get the STANDARD NOVELS Ot ten per
cent, less than publishing prices. jan!2
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AGNES AND TUE LITTLE KEY; or, Bereaved
Tareuts Instructed und Comforted, by Nehe?
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$1; Catherine, by thc same author, seventh
edition, $l; Bible Gems, or Manual of Scrip?
ture Lessons, by R. E. Kremer, 60c. and $1 ;
Tlie Home Altar, an appeal in behalf of family
worship, with prayers, hymns, Ac, far family
use, by Charles T. Deems, il 25.
Stories and Pictures from Church History, Lon?
don Religious Tract Society. $1 50.
Faith's Battles and Victories; or, Thoughts far
Troublous Times, by Rev. J. S. Grasty. $2.
Tlie Wise Men: Who They Were, and How They
Came to Jerusalem, by Upham. $1 25.
Sermons Preached lu St. James? Chapel, London,
by Rev. S. A. Brooke, M. A. $2.
Father Hyacinthe's Discourses, with a Biographi?
cal Sketch, fl 25.
Lectures in Defence or Church Principles, deliver?
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Hugh Lallmer, a Biography, by the Rev. R. De
mans, M. A. $3 75.
Renan's Lifo of St. Paul. $1 75.
A Pronouncing Dictionary of the Bible, being a
Concordance of Subjects and Complete Index
to thc Scriptures, together with much other
userul Information, illustrated. $150.
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rrom thc Fourth Century to the Present, by
Thomas Jackson, M. A. $2.
Thc Day Dawn and the Rain, and other Sermons,
bv Rev. J. Ker. $2.
Southland Writers, Biographical and Critical
Sketches of the Living Female Writers or the
South, by Ida Raymond, 2 vols., s vo., moroc?
co, cloth', gilt. $8.
The Living Writers of thc South, by James IL Da?
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Old Testament Shadows and New Testament
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cloth, gilt. $4.
Keble's Miscellaneous Poems, $2; MemoIrofRev.
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Crops, $1; vol. 2, Fanning Economy, $150; vol.3,
Cattle, Sheep, Horses, $125; vol. 4, Management
orthcDairv, Pigs, Poultry and Slock, $1; vol.5,
Utilization "of Sewage, Irrigation, Reclamation or
Wa-<le Land, $1 26; Handbook or the Telegraph,
by R. Bond, illuslnitcd, 50c; The Electric Tele?
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illustrations, $1; Electricity, and the purposes to
which lt has been applied, by Sir W S. Harris, F.
IL s., illustrations, 75c; Magnetism, and the pur?
poses to which lt has been applied, by Harris, il?
lustrations, $t 75; Galvanism. Principles or Ani?
mal and Voltaic Electricity, by Harris, 75c; Min?
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Aggregates, by James Dana, A. M., illustrations,
* ?Si* Persons residing in the country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published In America, they will bc
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FUGA UTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 KINO STREET (In the Bend),
jau23 tutusGinos Charleston, S. C.
Auction Sales-Jrntnre ?Dans.
Br J. S. Ii Y AN.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Anne E. Earle vs. Julia Earle, et al.
On THURSDAY, thc 17th of February next, will
be sold, near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the west side of Anson, adja?
cent to Calhoun street, in the City of Charleston,
measuring 32 feet 6 inches front on Anson street,
l9o rect u inches on the north line, 20 feet o Inches
on the west line, and 183 feet on thc south linc,
bc thc same more or less, with the Buildings
thereon, consisting of a two-story Frame House
and a one-story shed-room; bounding on the north
by Lot No. 2, cast by Anson street, west on Lot
No. 5, and south by Lands of sundry persons, ac?
cording to a plat of survey made by Charles
Parker, City Surveyor, dated 1st February, 1854,
on which plat said Lot of Land is designated as
Lot No. L
Ad that LOT OF LAND, next adjoining to the
north, with the Buildings thereon, measuring 32
feet 6 inches front on Anson street, 204 feet on
north line, on the west line 29 ?i feet, and 193 feet
c inches on the south line, be the same more or
less; bounding on the north by lands of estate of
Mrs. Marshburn, John Mann, and others, on thc
East by Anson street, south by Lot No. 1, and
west on Lot No. 2, designated as Lot No. 2 In plat
of diaries Parker, as stated above.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situate south side of Calhoun street, measur?
ing In front 40 feet, and on thc rear 50 feet, by 199
feet in depth on the east, and 202 feet on the west
Une. designated in plat above mentioned by the
No. 3, be the same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the south side
of Calhoun street, In the City of Charleston, meas?
uring In front and rear 43 by 202 feet in depth on
the cast Une, and 205 on west line, designated on
above mentioned plat by the No. 4, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with Buildings thereon,
consisting of fourteen tenements, each being two
story brick buildings on a court 263 feet on the
cast line, by 43 feet on the south, and the same
on the west Hue,, front lng on Calhoun street.
This property ?3 known as Mills' Row, designated
as Lot No. 5 on plat as stated above, be the same
more or less.
All that LOTOF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, consisting of a two story Frame Building,
with double piazzas, at thc south and west, nnd
a two story Wooden Building next adjoining; a
two story Brick House, and a brick range of
kitchens, one story ldgh. These buildings are all
upon the extreme back line, having a lineview
from thc south and west, situate south side of
Calhoun street; measuring In front 40 feet o
Inches, in the rear 34 reet, by 263 feet 6 inches in
depth on the east line, and 217 feet on the west
line, designated on thc above plat by the No. 6,
be thc same more or less.
All that Lot of Land, with Buildings thereon,
consisting of a two story Wooden House, with
piazza to thc south; a two story Brick House
Immediately adjoining on thc back line, and a
two story kitchen lu thc rear, situate on the
southside of Calhoun street; measuring in front
36 feet, and In rear 36 feet 6 Inches, by 217 feet 6
Inches on the east linc, and 218 feet on the west
linc, known in above plat as No. 8, be the same
more or less.
All that LOT on the south side ef Calhoun street,
measuring In front 36 feet, in the rear 35 feet, by
218 feet in depth on the east, and 219 feet on the
west linc, and dcslusated on said plat by the No.
9, bc the same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND on Cove street, Sulli?
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, to bc secured by bond or
bonds bearing Interest, payable annually, and
mortgage of the premises. Buildings to be in?
sured and policies assigned. Purchasers to pay
fur papers and stamps. A plat of the above men- j
tioncd Lots may bc seen at my office.
JAMES W. GRAY,
jan29 Rtntho Special Referee.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 28, 30 AND 32, ?ENTRE STREET,
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
NE W YORK.
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, both Plain and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cost at this establishment ls
manufactured from the metal known as Conner's
Unequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary for a perfect Printing Office furnished.
S. HAN CK EL, M. D.,
nas resumed the practice of his profession.
Rooms No. 235 King street, opposite Hasel, over
SPEAR'S Jewelry Store._Jan25
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING aad COPYING INK
combined, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. decl4 emos
J> R A T T'S "ASTRAL" OIL
Unlike many other Illuminating Oils, is per?
fectly pure and free from all adulterations or
mixtures of any kind. It emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a soft and brilliant
light, and can bc used with thc same assurance
of safety as gas. Chemists pronounce it the
best and safest Illuminating Oil ever offered to
the public; and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers thc use of the "Astral" Oil
In preference to any other. It ls now burned by
thousands of families, and in no Instance has
any accident occurred from Its use; a lamp filled
with ir, if upset and broken, will not explode. To
prevent adulteration, the "Astral" Oil ls packed
only lu the Guaranty Patent Cans, of 1 gallon
and 5 gallons each, and each can Is sealed In a
manner that cannot be counterfeited. Every
package with uncut seal we warrant. Be sure
and get none but the genuine article, Pratt's "As?
tral" OH, for sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale and retail by the proprietors
OIL HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 108 Fulton street. New York,
Post?nico Box No. 3050.
Send for circulars, with testimonials and price
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of the "Astral
fc'or sale by GOODRICH, WI NEMAN k CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C. decl6
IF YOU-WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing done In fine style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._dec!4 6mos
FIFTY CENTS A REAM
HASEL STREET BAZAAR
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. dec!4 eraos
R N I N G
A SPLENDID PUMP FOR SALE.
Having purchased the exclusive right for the
States of North and South Carolina for thc manu?
facture and sale of A. BALDING'fPATENT GLASS
SUBMERGED DOUBLE-ACTING FORCE PUMP.
1 hereby forewarn, under the penalty of the law,
any person from infringing upon my rights In the
same. Iuteudiug to manufacture and sell the
same, I would be pleased to confer with parties
wanting them. The price will range from $20 to
$30, according to the depth of the well, for No. 3
vard wells, throwing 30 gallons of water per
minute, and No. 2 for railroad stations, throwing
60 gallons, price given on applicat ion. This pump
has no friction, and tho packing will last for
fifteen years in a good well. Directions will ac?
company thc pump for putting it up, which can
be done in 30 minutes. I will receive orders at
Tarboro, Scotland Neck, and Paraville, N. C. All
orders addressed to me at either of the places
named will receive prompt attention.
nov27 somos J. L. KITCHEN.
z % t t % ? t t % t t ? $
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of the
lime, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
carn from 50 cents to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their whole time to tile
business. Boys and girls carn nearly as much as
men. That all who sec this notice may send their
address, and test thc business, we make this un?
paralleled offer : To sucli as are not well satisfied,
we w ill send $1 to pav for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will do
to commence work on, and a copy of "The Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-one of the largest
and best family newspapers published -all sent
free by mail. Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN A'CO.,
Augusta, Maine._janl7 3mos
I~F YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Bags of every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. dec!4 6mos
Ruction Salus-- Suture UDags.
By W. T. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNIS^
By virtue of an order of A. C. Richmond. C.
C. P.. tome directed in a case of attachment, Wm.
G. Whllden A- Co. vs. Charles Cahn, will bo sold on
THURSDAY, 3d February, at ll o'clock, at No.
14" Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
The entire contents of a first-class BILLIARD
ROOM AND BAR, consisting In part of 6 BUliard
Tables (?rst-class,) Fixtures, Racles Cues and
BAR, CQJjNTER.Chairs, Decanters and Gas Fix?
tures, Ac, Ac, attached and sold as the proper?
ty of Charles Cahn in thc above case.
E. WT M. MACKEY,
jan29 stnth3_S. C. C.
By WM. McKAY.
ON MONDAY, 31ST INSTANT, AT IO
o'clock, at the northwest corner of Society
and Meeting streets, will be sold,
CARPETS, Mirrors. Oil Paintings. 1 Superior
Japanese Ladles' Cabinet, l do Workbox, Parlor
Furniture, Centre Tables, Whatnots, Extension
Dining Table, Bedroom Furniture, Hair Mattresses,
Crocker}', Glassware, Ac. Also, 1 lot of Slate and
HOLMES & MACBETH~
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
By virtue of an Order of Sale to me directed by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of tho United
States District court for the District of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale at Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, February 3, 1870, at the Old Post
office, front of Broad street, Charleston. S. C.,
All that Piece. Parcel or Tract of LAND., situate,
lying and being In Colleton County and SU
George's Parish, State of South Carolina, con?
taining one hundred and twenty-one acres, more
or less, butting and bounding to the northeast on
Ashley River, southeast on Lands sf F. M. R.
Slneath, southwest on Ashley Ferry road, and
northwest on Lands of-Westcott.
Tenus-One-half cash; balance in two equal
successive annual instalments, to be secured by
bond of purchaser, ?earing Interest at the rate ot
seven percent, per annum from day of sale, and
a mortgage of the premises.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Two-story
Frame Dwelling-house thereon, in the Town of
Blackville, situate, lying and being on the west
side of Clarke street, in Block 0, measuring and
containing one hundred and arty (150) feet In
front on Clarke street, by two hundred (200) feet
This Property ls sold subject to wife's right of
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being in the Connty of Abbe?
ville, State of Sonth Carolina, on waters of Long
Cane Creek, bounded by Lands of Andrew
Slmonds and others, and more particularly de?
scribed in Plat thereof, made by Andrew W. Shu?
nto, Deputy Surveyor, in November 1882.
- Shares la the FOOT POINT LAND COMPANT.
Terms cash.' LOUIS Mc LAIN,
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
U Executors of R. F. w. Allston vs. Benjamin
Allston et al.
In pursuance of the Decree of the Hon. R. B.
Carpenter, Judge First District Circuit, tn the
above case made on 9th day ef November, 1809,
will be sold on MONDAY, 14th day of February,
1870, at ll o'clock, In front of the Old Custom?
house, at foot of Broad street, Charleston,
L All that LOT OF LAND, with the large and ?le?
vant BRICE: MANSION thereon, situated on the
west side of Meeting street, in the city of Charles?
ton, measuring and containing in front on Meet?
ing street one hnndred and thirty (130) feet, and,
in depth two hundred and twenty-three (223) feet
six inches, more or less, butting and bounding td
the north on the Scotch Church yard, to the east
on Meeting street, to the south on Price's Alley,
and to the west on lands formerly of C. B. Nor?
throp and Mrs. Jones, conveyed to Hon. R. F. W.
Allston, by Paul Trapler and wife, WllUam Dehon
and Theodore Dehon, in August, 1857.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance tn one, two
and three years, secured by bond of the purcha?
ser, with Interest payable annually and mort- .
gage of the property. The building to be Insured
and thc policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
necessary papers and revenue stamps.
HENRY D. LESESNE,
ADELE P. ALLSTON,
Qualified Executors of B, F. W. Allston.
By GEO. McD. STOLE,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. ?
SALE OF EXCELLENT CORN AND
COTTON LANDS, at Florence, S. 0.
I will sell on THURSDAY, February 3d, 1870, at
ll o'clock A M.,
The following PLANTATIONS, well known
to be the best Corn and Cotton Lands la
the State; they are all adjoining, and convenient
to the landings of the Peedee River, and only 7
miles from Florence, S. C.:
All that TRACT situated in Darlington Connty,
containing 374 acres; iso acres cleared, balance
All that TRACT adjoining above, containing 750
acres; 350 cleared, balance welt timbered.
All that TRACT adjoining above, contain lng 314
acres;loo cleared, balance weU timbered.
All that TRACT adjoining above, containing 814
acres; loo cleared, balance well timbered.
All that TRACT adjoining above, containing 830
acres; 150 cleared, balance well timbered.
These Lands are known as the Rogers "Middle"
and "Lower Quarters;" are In good state of culti?
vation, and have yielded the largest crops of this
section. Tliey adjoin one another and are bound?
ed on the north by Lands of James and M. S.
McCall, on south by Lands of Robert Rogers and
J. A. Rogers and Black Creek, on the east by Pee?
dee River, west by J. A Rogers. Plats wul be
shown day of sale and can be seen any time be?
fore on application to mc, at Florence. Convey?
ances furnished to parties, who desire to inspect
the Tracts before day of sale, from Florence.
Thc terms will be easy and made known day of
In Bankruptcy-In the matter of William.
Knotts, Bankrupt, ex parte C. B. Glover, As?
By virtue of an order from the Honorable Dis?
trict Court of the United States for the District of
South Carolina, I will sell at publie auction, at
Orangeburg Courthouse, on MONDAY, the 7th day
of February next, at the usual hours of sale,
The REAL ESTATE of the said bankrupt, situ?
ated in Orangeburg and Lexington Counties, con?
sisting of about seven thousand (7000) acres of
The said Lands will be sold in various parcels,
plats of which will be exhibited on day of sale.
Terms of sale-One-third cash; balance on a
credit of one and two years, purchasers giving
bond and mortgage, with a covenant of resale oa
failure of the conditions of the bond, and to pay.,
for papers and stamps, C. B, GLOVER,
As?igDee tn Bankruptcy of William Knotts.
Auctioneers' JJntjate Sales, ?r.
By J, FRASER MATHE WES.
FOR SALE, A CHOICE LOT OF
PEACH TREES, from the Nursery of John
Perkins, Morristown, N. J. Jan28
5Drg ?ooos, &c.
Q.REAT REDUCTION IN PRICE&
We are offering, regardless to cost prices, many
articles in the
DRY GOODS LINE,
And would advise our customers, and the publie
In general, not to miss this opportunity.
150 pieces large and heavy Bed Comforts, only
50 pieces Fancy Patterns 12-4 Bed Quinn,only $4,
50 pair fine All-wool 10-4 White Blankets at
$6 50, worth $8.
3 pieces All-wool 4-4 White Shaker Flannel, only
65 cents, worth 80 cents.
20 dozen Ladles' latest style Hoop Skirts only
40 cents, worin 60 cents.
2 pieces Black Beaver Clotb, suitable for Ladies'
Sacks and men's wear, only $2, worth $3.
1 case 4-4 Longcloth only 12>i cents.
2 cases 4-4 Longcloth, fine quality, only 15 cents,
worth 18 cents.
An assortment of different Collars.
Fine Silks, 28 Inches, $3 per yard, worth $4 5?;
never been offered as cheap before.
A great variety of the latest styles of Collara
Cheapest and best assortment of Ladles' and
Men's English Hosiery in town.
Especial pleasure in showing goods.
Convince yourself, and call at
FURCHGOTT ic BRO.,
No. 437 KLNO STREET, No. 437
Corner Calhoun street.
S?-A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks. _de<=21
T>ENZLNE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE SfPOT 8.
Manufactured and for sale, wholesale and re
tail, bv DR- H. BAER,
hov3 No. 131 Meeting street.
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