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CI TY AFFAIR S.
w Meetings
. ~-H '
Union Chapter, at imlf-past TP. M.
Stonewall Fire Company. at 8 P. II.
Auction Sales This Day.
A. C. McOUlivray will sell at il o'clock, at
the old Postoffice, real estate.
.Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, shoulders, butter, &c.
Tledeman, Calder A Co. will sell at half-p&t 9
o'clock, at their store, butter, hams, Ac.
Lauroy A Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, guano, sngar, corn, 4c.
Macqueen A Rlecke will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their stores, shoulders, barns, At.
P. B. Lalane A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at-their
?tore, cow peas, hams, Ac.
John O. Milnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, clothing, dry goods, Ac.
SENTENCE DAT.-His Honor gave notice yes?
terday, in open court, that Friday nest would he
sentence day.
DISARMING THE C?ESTER MIUTTA.-The
Columbia Union of yesterday says: "Captain
Kennedy, of the adjutant and inspector general's
department, bas arrived In the city, In charge of
a portion of the State arms, lt ls stated between
two and three hundred stands, turned in by the
ra'J tia fh Chester County," .
ANOTHER PROFESSOR OF THE STRAP GAME.
Yesterday morning, James McQueen, a colored
m?n/of no occupation, was arrested by Officer
-Johnson, on the charge or larceny and vagrancy.
The prisca ac ls a chnm ol George Mein trie'a, and
together they "were Int th? -habit-Of Inltiffllug
green horns into the mysterles'of the strap game,
or the trick or the donble loop. He ls held for ex?
amination.
FEMALE DISSOL?TES.-Julia Plnckney, Eliza?
beth Aiken and Ann williams, three colored
nymphs of the pavement, became highly intoxi?
cated on Snnday night, and, after treating a con?
siderable disturbance in IttaycK street, by ?curs?
ing, yelling and fighting, were arrested by .the
police. They showed themselves next monrtng:
before the May or, and were sentenced each to pay
aline of $15 or speutkthirty days in jail. The
trio' were not able to produce .the needful, and
went to jail. _
HORSE FLESH.-We understand-' that ar?
rangements are on foot for a race at an'early day
between some or the rust roadsters of oar city.
Mach interest has been manifested or late-.on the
s abject of rapid and handsome horses, and quite
a number have changed hands. Perhaps- the
most attractive team in the city la that of Kr.
Robert Graham, the proprietor of the Mills House |
atables. He has also jost received twenty valua?
ble animais from Kentucky, which are to be de?
posed of at pr?vate sale.
A NUISANCE m MAGNOLIA CEMETERY.-Pre- j
quent complaint has been made by lot-holders io
the above cemetery that negroes and other- per?
sons are tn the habit of frequenting the place,
and by thelr-conduct disturbing those who visit
the trsaves of deceased relatives and friends. If
tffere ls any place in the world where haman feel-J
lng? should be respected lt. certainly-1? that
wherein are entombed the beloved dead, and the
proper authorities should see to lt that the evil ls
promptly cheesed. A few arcas tr and Ones wo ?ld
have a healthy influence upon tee rascals.
TAKING OUT A LICENSE-Some time last!
week, S. Brown, a colored yonth, who did not ap?
prove of the license bill passed by Council, Went
to the dray of James Foster one night, and while
thQ latte? was absent, ripped off the Ile an so No.
itt, and carr ed lt away. 'A rew days attar, lav?
ing no in ten tion of s tar ting the dray business, he
sold the Ucease Sot $6 to one Samuel Allston.
Brown was arrested Snnday evening, and brought
before the Mayor yesterday. morning, on the
charge of vagrancy and steading. He ackno wK,
edged the taking or the license, and was sen?
tenced to pay a Une of $io, or .qo to the HOBM er
Correction for twenty days.
THE BANI GF CHARLESTON.-A meeting of
the stockholders of this bank took place yester?
day, Colonel Henry -Buist in the chair. Af ter dis?
cussing some business relative to the affairs of the
bank, a motion was unanimously adopted that
the chair appoint a committee of five from' among
the stockholders to take into consideration the fu?
ture administration of the affairs of the bank and
the propriety of a division or the assets. The fol?
lowing committee was appointed,: Gao ige W,
Williams? chairman; Colonel G. H. Simonton,
and Messrs. H. H. DeLeon, R. Sfeg?ng and J.
Dray on Ford. The meeting then adjourned to j
meet again on the 29th instant..
HURLEY'S REAL ESTATE OPERATIONS.-An
advertisement in the Columbia papers from Mr.
Timothy Hurley announces that that remarkable
legislator "is prepared to parchase arty to "seven-J
ty-ave good lots, within the city limits, for build
Lng 5nrpo.se?. These buildings will be put ip ls
a very neat, uniform and substantial manner,
costing from $1400 to $0000 each, with owners ror
occupants.and will,therefore, greatly enhance the
value of adJoinlnfpToperty.and improve the neigh?
borhood." AftereaUlng upon all owners of euch
lots to send in 'their terms, "whlsb. must be
liberal.'*, the nrtTyrjtJtimpriT conolade* with this
?harao?errsUc notification: :]x<?L 7
P. S?~N etime t <r.w*st? on "parties who want a
percentage for -selling thelivTriends' property.
KNIGHTS' OF P?TH?AS,'-Od Saturday. night,
a newl?fl^a _0? tS?ttode* was organised by sev?
eral g'efl?jernefl cf tais etty, under tito name of
'.Friendship Lodge^No. 4." Tho officers were all
elected, and th? n?Vorgtrnhiajton shows the in?
creasing prosperity*df the Order. The number of
knights In this State are rapidly Increasing, abd
the labors of the pioneers, though at first retard?
ed by adverse circumstances, are at last gaining
their well-merited reward. Mr.' Boinest, in King
street, has a number of handsome "Knights of
Pythias" diplomas, which he will dispose or at
cost to the members of the Order. They are
Struck off from a steel engraving, and encircling
the certificate of membership are represented
various scenes In the lives of Damon and Pj th las.
CAPABILITIES OF A COLORED PILOT.-About 3
o'clock, yesterday afternoon, Captain A. Babe
rdcht became engaged*ln a very exciting discus?
sion in Meeting street, In.front of the Courthouse,
with one of the colored pilots. The latter was
under the impression that Captain Habenlcht
bad said something depreciating his ability to
take charge of a ship in ajuera. A crowd speedi?
ly gathered, and the discussion grew warmer,
and "ended by the colored pilot pitching Into Cap?
tain Habenlcht, and drawing the claret -by a
heavy blow on the nose. The bystanders -herein,
terfered, and, while the two disputants were be?
ing restrained from further violence, the police
came tn and arrested both the parties. They were
taken to the Guard h ouse, and afterwards released
on bau. The' case comes np before the Mayor
this morning.
MAKING AN HONEST LIVING.-It seems that
the Edward Brown, who was arrested a few days
ago by Officer Nlpson for stealing a lot or knives
and seissors from Messrs. Abrahams A Sons, has
been making a regular business or thieving, and
by continued effortB In this line managed to sup?
port himself very comfortably. Since h's confine?
ment m -the Guardhouse be has made frequent
excursions to his haunt with the officer, and In
addition to the articles already mentioned, each
visit brought to light some new peccadillo.
Twenty-eight bottles or lok, a io: or books and
knives have bees recovered add adorn the si elves
or the officers'room at the Guardhouse. Brown
says that with his comrade, who ls at large, he
used to enter the stores, and while one bought
some trifling thing the other filled the capacious
pockets of a coat which was worn for the pur?
pose with all articles lying convenient. They-al?
ways selected the dinner hoar while most or the
proprietors were ont and there was usually only,
one olerk In the store. Brown is -a tall copper
colored mulatto, with straight hair and' snaky
bia k eyes. He is intelligent and evidently quite
np to sn on.
THE STEAMSHIP GFOBOIA.-The steamship
Georgia, which was detained at New York by the
fog until late on Friday evening, arrived- tere at
daylight yesterday, making an expeditious .trip
in sptte of the beary weather. This st earns h lp ig,
beyond question, one or the finest on the coast.
She carries an enormons quantity of freight, and,
unlike most vessels or her class, has luxurious ac
vCnmmodatiomjL. ipr. na^seajprs. The sta tearooms
irftlargeand ha^?oint?j: furnfsned,-tuntable 1B
thprouglUi.we?'/B??piied, and th*, attendance' ls
e"xnellent. ^.captain Sidney "*<??Velj;. w?rV-com
matids theGeargia, ls- a- veteran sailor,- in whom
tne Bta-gulag'piiTjllc" have entire cormuerToe. No
.-wonder, thea; that the* Georgi^ with her. state?
rooms "all ?n deck,''ls likely to be loaded down
with pleasure sex sers.as the summer conies on.
Or? FARIJLE^S-THSIK'.' CROPS.-The" varied
capacity or the land tn the neighborhood or our
'City to grow a rich variety of-vegetaWes and
?fruits ls, perhaps,asjet^nojc sufficiently appre?
ciated by ourserve*. Beiair within forty-eight
-hours' run of the chief-Northern cities, with*con?
stant communication by stearn, which ls steadily
:jncreaslag, thojueans of sending' the articles for
'ward aire or the best kind.'and-?arge amounts of
early vegetables- and f rmt.e_oan--oe?placeil In the
Northern* markets at a. time when they will
secure almost fabulous prices. Our farmers fire
steadily, however, working np io seoure'these
advantages.and we are pleased, to learn that'the
appearance of their crops at presen tl a-Yer_V prom?
ising, and should- * killing -frost be escaped, a
shipment of gveen pea? w?Lbe made by the-New
York steamer on the coming Saturday. Irish
potatoes are growing finery, and in a few-weeks
.the new'crop may be expected in our market.
Strawberries^ we understand, has already been
s'een, and will s^Jon'WIrad ?fi increasing quantl
ties.
w. 1 ? H.
THB STATE COURT-The Court of -General
Sessions met yesterday at io o'clock, his Honor
'Judge Graham presiding.
The grand Jury hart? g been called, all answer?
ed to ttrelr names, and returned the following
**'Ile State vs. Augustus Carr-breach of trust
and'attempting to obtain money nnder false pre?
tences. True bill.
? The petit juries Nos. 1 and 2,ind- the supernu?
meraries, having been called, all answered to their
names.
.The State vs. L. F. Roaster-assault and batte
.ry. Verdict, guilty.
' The State va. Mary 'Johnson-assault and batte?
ry. L. L \"fpoif for the defence. Verdict, guilty.
The State* vs. Stephen Green-grand larceny.
B.w. Seymour for the defence. Verdict, guilty"
of petty larceny.
.The State se. July Smalls-grand larceny. Con?
tinued to June term.
The court adjourned at half-past 12 o'clock, until
'?0 this morning. * "
THE PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIO.VAL CHURCH.
The ceremony or laying the corner-stone of this
edifice was performed yesterday afternoon, at the
northwest corner of Ball and Pitt streets, before
an lmmmense crowd, principally colored, who
had easembled agreeably to Invitation.* The
foundation-'"bf the southwest corner of thepudd?
ing had been already laid with brickwork, and
over the corner, suspended from a three-pole der?
rick, hung the corner-stone to be laid. This was
a brown sand stone, hollowed out in the centre?
In the shape of an oblong square, for the recep.
Hon of certain articles. The Ceremonies were
opened by a hymn, sung by the vast crowd bx the
open air, at the conclusion of which a prayer was
offered up by the Rev. J. Leg are. After a reading
from the Scripture, anda hymn by the children,
an address suitable to the occasion was delivered
hythe Rev: Mr. Ford. A collection was next
taken up, and the contributions were placed In
the tallow*of the stone. hJvery?ihj,: being now
prepared, Rev. Mr. Fordrdescendedfrom the
platform, and as he lowered the stone to Its place,
the assembly joined in the hymn, "I- love thy
kingdom, Lord." The stone having been set level
by Mr. Costa, a small tin box containing the re-,
cordi or the ehnrch, several' coln and other arti?
cles, Ivas placed in the ho, 10wed space,*and a neat
marble slab; inscribed with ttie words, "Ply?
mouth Congregational Church, March 20, 1871,"
aid with the names or the building committee,
was closely fitted on the top. The benediction
was then given by the Rev. Mr. Brown, of Eman?
uel Church, Calhoun street, and as the, bricklayers
went to work with brick and mortar, the assem?
blage quietly dispersed. Messrs. Sawncr and Fer?
guson are the contractors for the erection of the
church, which witt be 38 feet in front, by 64 feet
m length. The edifice will be of the semi Gothic
style of architecture, and be plainly and neatly
baUt.
DBE JAPANESE AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC
The Academy, last night, was filled by one of the
largest and most brilliant audiences ever assem?
bled within its walls.' Not a seat was to be bad
after 8 o'clock, and even standing room com?
manded a premium- The performance has already
been described, but the introduction of several
new feats intensified the Interest of the occasion,
and produced a thrilling effect. One of the
mest remarkable exhloltlons of the even?
ing, was the ascent or -a ladder .by
little Otsurasan, which was then lifted
and balanced by one of ita sides on the shoulder
of Satsuma, he meanwhile coolly amusing himself
with a lau. The bVf* reaches the top, and while
there lying on his4$a)nach, Impaled as lt were In
mid air, the ladder-In the twinkling of an eye
falls to pieces, leaving. {.o?. the little Jap only the
tender supp o rief-a, singl? y ule. On this he pro?
ceeds to stand ai rlj-hT angles, and violate all the*
laws or equilibrium, hut at lase comes down in a
blase of glory and a> burst or enthusiastic ap?
plause. ? r- .' /
As they are the "sensation or the hoar, a brier
referen Oe to the history of. these Japanese may
sot be uninteresting. They were brought to this
country. In 1809,' from.Yeddo, where' au enterpri?
sing German found them performing in the thea?
tre ot the Grand Tycoon. Arriving in San Fran?
cisco they for. months filled the theatres of Cali?
fornia to overflowing, and then took up their
line of march across the continent. The troupe
ls the first that ever orossed oar continent
on the Pacific 'Railroad. Reaching Salt
Lake, they performed there 'for the delectatlon or
Brigham Young and -his "ndmerous wife and
child;" thence proceeded to st. Louis, Chicago
Montreal, back to the Mississippi, and down to
New Orleans, exhibiting in the principal.cities.
In the latter place they "drew the largest houses
ever k?owa-ln the theatrical history or the etty.
They are ?ow making tneu- way to' New York,
where they will appear for the first -tima on the
4th of AprlL Each or the performers, male and
female, has a specialty, and combined, the troupe
cain exhlolt between three and four hunch-err at
tractive reata."
Their habtt?are worthy af mention, and. some
of tjenr-deser ve to be imitated. They are, cleanly,
bathing at least once a day, ami frequently chang?
ing their dress three, of four times in i wei ve hours.
They say their prayers before every performance,
Invoking the aid of their Divinity to prevent an
accident, and wear a peculiar religions charm on
their person. They indulge lu no intoxicating 1
drinks; live chiefly on rico and fish; can sleep
standing np, ir necessary, bat sleep best ou a
piece of matting; ara tough, as lightwood, km. ta ; -
smoke Inordinately; play .dice as conscientiously
as Christians, and-staud by each other in time of
trouble. They-are brave, patient and Tried; learn
quickly and intuit Ivel v, and consider themselves
as mach better than the ' heathen Chinee"- as the
Chinee ia better Otaq a Hottentot The manager
of tile company is Mr. H. bch utz mann, - who for a.
long time resided In Ja an and speaks the lan
guage or the conn try. He ls regarded by the Japs
under his charge with peculiar affection.
This morning they will visit some of tho public
sohools. This afternoon there Will be a grand
matin?e, at which there will be distributed.to
every chi? a photograph of the troupe; anoT* tc -
night will peeittvely close the engagement. On
that occasion, one or the Japs will do precisely
what ls done by the Davenport Brothers", "that ls,
allow hims*IT to be tied by a committee, with, any
amount or rope, and then antin himself In a
twinkling. We.should add that Mr. Schutamana
has kindly In vi teri all the orphan child reo tn- the
public institutions to be present at the matuteo.
The public should go early to secare seats.*
THE BAVENTORT BHOTTJEBSV-These my ate ri
ona artists, with "their ways that are dark," are
?gain booked for a- visit to Charleston, and will
appear at the Academy on Thursday and Friday
evenings or this week. The feats of these Brothers,
on their last appearance here, created an astound?
ing Impression, and their wonderful seances'
winch confounded the wise and awed the super?
stitions, can well bear a repetition. Like the
Heathen Chinee, they "are peculiar," and an in?
spection will repay the least curions in our com?
munity. An early cali at Greer A Son's bookstore
will ?ec are a seat and enable tire purchaser of it
ticket to witness with comfort in a crowded
house the eighth wonder of the world, and one of
the peculiar excrescences of the nineteenth cen?
tury.
DrsTrKorjiSHTNO DBT GOODS .-A colored
country woman yesterday entered the shop of
the firm of B. Rice, in King-street, one dpor from
the corner or Broad, and calling for some cam?
bric was shown a roll of unbleached homespun
by the dealer. Not being very nice Inherdls
criminations the woman purchased $2 50 worth
of the homespun, thinking lt cambric, and left
with her purchase. Upon discovering her mis?
take she returned-with her husband and asked to
return the goods, which the dealer refused to
allow. Upon the affidavit of the husband the
storekeeper was arrested and brought 'before
Trial Justice J. Brennan, who after hearing the
prosecutor's story examined the defendant. He
said he sold the cloth for cambric and wonld do so
again, without taking-an? further testimony the
shopkeeper was discharged, and the purchaser
was compelled to keep the article.
A NEW WAY or MAKING rr cp.-Carolina
Sumter, a colored.man, waa married- about two
years age.?nd-aff?r living for sometime with his
wire, Isabella Smalls, left her for the allurements
of another feminine charmer. A short time ago,
Carolina, tiring of his new flame, who, being of a
weakly teraperment, could nofwork, and repent?
ing his falling off, returned to make lt up with his
wire. The latter was staying In Beeves's corfrt,
and her repentant husbanw vial ted her late Snnday
nl?ht. She refused to admit or have anything to
do with the gay deceiver, and told lita to go
about his business. By some means he managed
I to enter the house, and seizing his unforgiving
spouse, he administered to her a severe beating
and left. The latter made her complaint before
Trial Justice Magrath, and a warrant was duly
Issued against the Husband. His examination
takeai>lace to-day. . . r^ -
CLUBS AND Sf A RS.-Peter Miller, arrested
for stealing a lot of clothing from Hartha Brough?
ton, was turned over to a trial Jnstlcefor p?oee
cutlon.
Hugh O'Brien, arrested Saturday night for dis?
orderly conduct and using abusive language to?
wards the polioe tn Basel street, was released on
his depositing $10 foe his -appearance before the
Mayor. -Failing to appear yesterday morning, his
case was continued over until to day.
An Individual who was not particular as to
where he slept, and who, in reply to the inquiry
of the policeman replied, "without sugar and very
little water," waataken np from the sidewalk in
John street and lodged m the Guardhouse. Be
told the Mayor that be bad been betrayed into the
scrape by sweetened liquor, but the excuse was
not received, and-he was sentenced to pay a fine
- of $5. or spend ten days in the House Of Corree
. tlon. ?
BVaiXMCSb NOTICE*.
THE CHEAPEST and best Croquet Sets can be
bought at TON SANTKN'S, -
mar2l-tnth2 No. 229 King street.
DISEASE flourishes because its victims know
not the corrective restorative. Were they wise,
they would avail themselves .of the curative
qualities ol the Old Carolina Bitters.
KINSMAN'S ICE CREAM SALOON will be opened
this day.. mar2l-l
CROQUET-Full set and large size-for $4 50.
mar21-1 KINSMAN BROTHERS.
CROO tn CT-THAT POPOLAR OUT-DOOR GAMS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO PERSONS RESIDING IN TBS
COUNTRY.- On receipt of five dollars we will for?
ward a moe set of Field Croquet, made of nard
wood. CHAS. C. RIOUTER A Co.,
tiasei.street Bazaar and No. RU King street.
. JttAI'B'S NET OOO EN KED. SO^ERXHrjSPOATS las
?tgt?te?Tr years of practical-success. 'KINSSAN A
HOWELL are agents for the State. tn
SHOES! SHOES!-All wno are in want of
gpod substantial Boots and Shoes, will find
them af No. 131 Meeting street They are offered
at retail. JOHN COMMINS.
mar"-tu4
PARISIAN DRESSMAKING is famous, the world,
over, for tts matchless nicety -and taste f and
those of our lady reader? who wish to avail them?
selves of the services or a traine i anet accomplish?
ed arttstfi In dress, may give their work to
Madame Luzter, with rmi contidence in her skill,
promptitude aird ability to please, she also makes
flue French corsets to order. Her establishment
ison King street, one door above Wentworth,
over the Dollar Store. - *
0. C. B. means Old -Carotina Bitters. Try
them. A delight! ni beverage>v
A NEW LOT oi mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for 50c., at the Basel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street. . octio-mtu
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER !
In Velvet and Learner bindings, 75 cents; old
price 90 cents, in Velvet and Leather bindings,
86 cents; old price $1. In Velvet and Leather
bindings, $1; old price*$125. In Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; old price $150.
HASEL sr. BAZAAR, ANO NO. iel KINO ST.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THK NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at-$4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
nuslness saan should have his card printed on
his envelopes.
AT COST ! AT COST ?-Large size Chrom os.
HABEL STREET BAZAAR.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
or Charleston and vicinity, at No. i ?t Jung street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. nov!2
THE ATTENTION OP WATCH-BUYERS is called
to our-large stock of Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have been long known "throughout the
United States as the best and cheapest In the
market, 'All Watches guaranteed. ,
' W. CARRINGTON A Co.,
marl3-m'.nf No. 266 King street.
PAPER DOLLS ! PAPER DOLLS !-Sbld at 3, 6,
9 and 12 cents each ; former prices, 6, io, 15 and
20 cents. \
No. 161. KINO ST., AND HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
. THE extraordinary cures effected by the use
of the Old carolina Bitters are proclaimed every?
Vjhere._j_
Sussing, &z.
gOTJTHEBN J>YE^iyuSE^
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
.it Na?50 King street, where DYEING m all col?
ors, and'Cleaning or all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and in the best st v ie.
I. BILLER, French Dyer,
Nov359 King street, near corner George street. -
Bepl6-lvr
J^ANLFOLD AND CARBON PAPEES.
To Telegraph and Raliway Companies, Brokers,
Reporters and Exchange Offices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI:
FOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN & CO., Stationers,
No.- 35 Pine street, New York-,
P. O'; Box 4748.? For sale by all Stationers.
mart-thstu-8mos"
-fine Orocer?0, 4*?r.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCER'
?2? ' " * * . " AND ' '
TEA WAR EH o rr s E.
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAIBT BUTTES
PUBS LEAF LABD . - ?fe "
*' ._? . . ^v - Mjg&Bgg ,
' PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES -
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CH4CKEBS, ann
^* : BISCinTS, A?., 4c. . . ^
E. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK. AND MOST ErrErNSWHASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES TN THIS-CWT.
VERY
CHOICE
& 4JM I.L Y\Z
f * 1
SL E. BEDFORD,
FLOUR.
PURE
B-RA-NDIE8, WINJEB
AND VERY OLD
WHISKIES.
BTTCCKSOR TO
,.WXEjaAM ^CORWIN k OOr,
14^o/97^ KING STREET,
OPPOSITE HABEL. j
WHOLESALE AJST> RETAIL DEALER
IN
[Pine Teas, Coffees, Sugars I^ovisions, Spices, 1&&
HERMETICALLY SEALED * FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &a.
AU articles sold from thia establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goods lellvered to ali parts of the City, Railroad Bepots, Steamboats, free of expense.
KVER'i' E. BEDFORD. ) j : / -^JSEND. FOR A. J IAS. S. MARUN.
.SEO. H. DRUBER. ? . 1 ' CATALOGUE.. ? WM. G. MOOD, Ja.
.fertilisers. .
ETIWAN GUANOS,
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHITRIC ACID,
MANUFACTURED AT THE -
ETICAN" "WOB^S,
CHARLESTON,. S. C.,
. BY THE
SI LPHIRIC MD MB SIPERPIIOSPHtTE MMPM.
THE NOW WELL KNOWN ETIWAN GUANO IS MANUFACTURED FROM TBS NATIVE BONE
PHOSPHATES of South Carolina. These PHOSPHATES In their natural state ar? Insoluble, and re-*
quire to be ground to powder, and made Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Company have now In ope?
ration the largest sulphuric Acid Chambers at the south, and are, therefore, affle to manufacture at
the lowest rates, the highest grade of FERTILIZER; lt being clear that the greater the proportion of
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains the less the quantity required per acre. In order to
maae tho FertUlzer complete. Ammonia and Potash In sufflclent quantities are added. With these
views the company manufacture and offer fer sale
ETIWAN GUANOS,
WARRANTED TO CONTAIN FROM 16 TO 20 PER -CERT; OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OP
LIME, and from 2 to 2K per cent, of AMMONIA, with a sufficient addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and
POTASH, to adapt lt to all crops. Price $65 per ton, cash; -on time, ?eu per ton, and interest 7|per
cent per annum.
DISSOLVED BONE,
OF HIGH GRADE. SUITABLE FOR MANUFACTURERS OR-FOR PLANTERS, BETNGITN ITSELF AN
excellent FERTILIZER, and specially adapted for Compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric .Acid
are used to dissolve the Phosphate, this wflhbe found -a cheap and convenient way to transport that ma?
terial. The grade furnished will be from 18 to 20 per cent.. Dissolved Bene Phosphate. Price $40 per
ton, cash: on time, (45, with Interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher grades will be famished
to order at an additional price percentage.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED AND OTHER PLANTATION
MANURES. Price $a& per ton, cash; on time, ?10, -with interest at 7 per cent, perannum.
GEOUND'BONE,
AT MUCH LOWER RATES, CONSISTING SIMPLY OF THE NATIVE BONE PHOSPHATES GROUND
to powder. Price $20 per ton, cash; on ttme, $22, and interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
WM. C- BEE & C0.,
AGENTS, NO. 14 A DOER'S WHARF, CHARLESTON', 8. C.
N. B.-THE PERCENTAGE OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OP LIME AND AMMONIA IN
ALL THE ETI WANS ls ascertained at the Works, by their Chemist, before delivery. Should any pur?
chaser be titseat?a?efl, ha may return average samples of any purchase, within thirty (30) days after
delivery, and they win be analyzed anew, and any deficiency m the percentage guaranteed: will be
made good to him by the Company. jan23-mwf2mos
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
r. *; $ : - ^v<\ ;.. .OP.^lAlLESTON,. S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, President. % J. PELZER, Treasurer.
DIRE CT ORS*
W. LEBBT.W. PH AT J. ".L, D. DBSAUSS?BE.B. G. PENCKNEY
' THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
ASHLBY RIVER, under the direction of an experienced and Practical Chemist. The iCompanyin?
tend this to be a first class Fertilizer, and one which can be rocommend?d to Planters.
STBIJViOAJEW GUARANTEED.
THE COMPANY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
AGID PHOSPHATE
' FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This preparation ls highly- recommended by Chemists, as with lt Planters are enabled to'make
their own Fertilizers. - " -
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $65 per ton cash, or - on time, with interest at the?rate
of one per cent, permonth. _ , , : .
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $36 nerton cash, or-on time, .with interest at the rate of
one per cent,.per monta. ?" .
BjBjligER, RODGERS &jOO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mos . - BROWN's WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
TO FACTORS AND PLANTERS !
. - .-o
Thcunderslgned begs to Inform his customers and the public that, In addition to his Worta at
Savannah, he has established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite this
oi ty, which are now tn ac Ure operation, manufacturing his well tao wa fertilizers, the
P HOS P H O " P-fi-RjU V?I A ;N
, AND
AMM0NIAT?D SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE.WILL ALSO KEEP ON HANDJ?
No-. 1 PERU-VIAIV GUAN O,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE.
of the highest grade from hts' Ashepoo Mines, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty per oeht. of
Bone Phosphate of Lime; and . r
LAND PLASTER.
These Works have been opened under the Inspection of Dr. C. U. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fertilizers for South Carolina, sad every package will bear his brand certifying to its Inspection.
Uniformity of quality quarantetd and prices reduced
Messrs. G. A. TRENHOLM & SON, General Agents, I ni?Aftr F*qTnv a n
Messrs. GBAE9ER & SMITH, Agents, f OnABLKTOff, S. CL
?J. R. SARD Y
Janl3 nORNKR EAST*RAY AND BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON,. S. 0.
. " Jsaacsfiii's Preparations.
DEATH TO RATS,
ROACHES,
BEDBUGS, &c,
NKVEE. FAILING.
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
3ERMETI0ALLY SEALED AND
* \ ALWAYS FRESH. .
Sow a'* Wholesale-by - ~ ???
DOWI?, MOISE ?ft. IDA VIS,
And at retal by all Druggists. febl-smo
agncnunre, florticnttnre, Gt.
.piNE S. I. COTTON SEED FOE SALE.
75bushels "PREMIUM,''.(Crop ol 1870, soldat
$1 25 per pound.)
- bushels "Albion," (Crop or 1870, sold at $l per
pound.)
- bushels "Champion" Crop, and aeleot.
Apply to ftAlLLARD A-MINOTT,
febo-thaiu ^ Vaaderaomis Wharf.
Seroing, Hl.i?l)ines. *
AND TBS
' WEBD" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-ST?TOB
MACHINE.
are tbe beat ia tue.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay.
ments, on easy term*vor for cash. AB kinda OJ
Machine attachments. Needles, cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silt, Oil, Soap, 4c.; tc.
Repairing aa osaaL Circulars and camples or
work sent?n application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer la First Class Sewing ?a
chines and Material, Bo. 307-King street,
augi7 Charleston-S. 0.
Jnetrranre.
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. 1845
, -NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
1 S 4 5.Organize d....1 8 4 5
T?OMAS^FBOST,
General Agent, No. 64 Broad-street. .
mara-thstusmoa
faction 5altsr^i? 8to?.;. j
CORN, CRACKERS, CHEESE AND
CANDT. '"' ?'
: THIS-DAT, 21st instant, will b?sold before oar
Store, at io o'clock, on accron! of the Underwri?
ters abd alt concerned,
"33 bags CORN. -
1 half bbL Crackers
- 1 box Cheese
1 box Candy.
.Saved from steamer -.
Condltlona cash.-"_ marti
By LAURE Y, & ALEXANDER.
CANDY, POTATOES, STREPS, SHOULD
* ERSAND-LARD. .
THIS DAT, the 21st instant, wUl be sold m front
or onr Store, at io o'clock. _
20 boxes Assorted CANDY and CONFECTIONE?
RY .
10 boxes Choice Turkish Prunes
20trt)lB. Irtsh Potatoes
.400 S. C. Strips . :
soo D. S. Shoulders
60 tnbs Pure Leaf and Extra Lard.
Conditions- cash._marti
By LAU REY & ALEXANDER.
/^UANO, CORN, FLOUR, NAILS, Sc.,
XJT Ac, on Mconnt of the underwriters and .
ali concerned.
THIS DAY, the21st instant, will be sold before
our Store, at 10 o'clock, on account of the under?
writers and all concerned, .
IS- bags Et! wan and Peruvian GUANO
25 bushels Corn, tn bags
4 bbls. Flour
Kegs Nails, Tobacco, Candles, Ac, Ac, saved
from steamer .
Conditions cash. _margi
By LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
TTNDERWRITERS' SALE. DAMAGED
U GOODS.
THIS DAY, the 2lst instant, will be sold tn front
of our Store, at 10 o'clock, on account or the un?
derwriters and all concerned,' "
6 bois. BUfJAR
4 boxes Soap
2 caddies and box Tobacco
2 boxes Starch
5 sacks Flout
8 bbls. Flour
2 bbls. Potatoes .
5 bags Bacon *
32 sacks Corn
2 kegs Sugar
48 sacks Cotton Food.
Saved from steamer-.
Conditions cash._marti
BBy HENRY CO BIA ,fc CO.
UTTER, BACON, Ac.
THIS DAY, at 9 o'clook, we win sell in
front or onr Store,
3500 lbs. BACON SHOULDERS
, 26 tnbs Butter %
.10 tnbs Lard
20 boxes Candles. *
Conditions cash._marti
By PAUL B. LA LANI & CO.
TTTTLL BE SOLD THIS DAY, AT 9
ff o'clock, before pur Store, No. 171 East
Bay, .
26 bushels GOW PEAS *
2 hhds: S. C. Hams
Shoulders. Sides, Batter, ftc.
Conditions cash._marti
By TIE?EMAN, CALDER & CO.
BUTTEE, HAMS, STRIPS, Ac.
THIS DAY, al half-past 9 o'clock, will be
sold before our Store, _
30 tnbs Prime to Cholee BUTOR
16 Arkins Prime to Choice Batter
20 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams
1600 pounds New York Stripn
60 boxes Adamantine Candles.
Conditions cash. marti
MACQUEEN * REECKE
TTTTLL SELL BEFORE TffiZER STORES,
ff Nos. 21 and 28 Vendue Range, at half-past
9 o'clock, A. MM
5000 pounds heavy Western Smoked SHOULDERS
2600 pounds TJncanrassed smoked Hams
1600 pounds Smoked Bellies ....
1000 pounds smoked Strips
16 packages Lard (pure Leaf)
6 tierces Canvassed S C. Ham?
202 hoses Herrings and Bloaters.
2000 pounds 0. R. Sides,, ftc. ".
Terms cash. . marti
By JOHN a MTLKOR & CO.
T\RY-GOODS, CLOTHING, 'FELT AND
?J STRAW HATS.
THIS DAY. 21st Instaut at io o'clock, we will
aili at onr storewNo. 136 Meeting street,
Fancy. Casalmere, Gottonade, Jean and Linen
Drill COATS AND PANTS, Men's fine Felt, Leg?
horn and Straw Hats, Black Satinets, Kentucky
Jeans, Cottonades, Linen Drina, Black Alpaca,
Colored Muslins, Lenes, Fancy Prints, Ticks, Bine
Drib, Denims, Stripes, Blue Plaids, Bleached and
Brown Shirting, White, Mixed and Slate li?se,
Brown and Mixed Half Hose, Silk Head Nets,
Colored Shirt Fronts, Muslin and Verona Head
Handkerchiefs, Lawn Handkerchiefs, Undershirts,
Drawers, Ac.
Conditions cash._ marat
BJ A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer.
LIVINGSTON VS. ELFE '
' By virtue of an order of Court to me direct?
ed, will be sold THIS DAY, the 2lst Instant, at
11 o'clook A. M.. In front of the OM Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, wlth'the buildings there?
on, situate, lying aud being on the West side of
Lynch street, measuring.and containing on the
front and rear lines 121 feet 4 inches, and m depth
2l2reet Hinches, more or less, butting ?nd bound?
ing to the north on Lands now of late belonging
to Boynarrj, to the south on Lands now or late be?
longing to Albert Elfe, .to the weit on Lands now
or late belonging to Pani H. Waring, to the east
eh Lynch sireet; the said lot being Known in the
plan of Ch aries ton "by the number (57) fifiysevea,
and having been sold and conveyed by Edward
Barleston to Joseph Bennett dy deed beartng-da'te
the 20! li day Of August, 1817, and the said Joseph
Bennett sold and conveyed the same by deed to
Nicholas Cobla on the 10th day or November. 1817,
and or windi Ann Cobla beoame seized and.pos?
sessed as widow and sold devised, or Nicholas
Cobla.
Terms- One-third cash; balance on a credit or
one, j wm and three years. Bond or purchaser to be
secured by mortgage of premise:!; building to be
insured and policy assigned; interest on bond at
the rate ot 7 percent, per annum, payable annual?
ly rr om day or sale. E. W. M. MACKEY,
marl8-etn2_ 8. ftp.
&ncnon 8alig~^jFntnrt Bay*
^IrTiLl^?TC?TnTk BRUNS,
Auctioneers.
SALE OF FURNITURE, CORNER
BROAD AND KING STREETS, ,,
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, 22d instant, .at
10 o'clock,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, itt the corner of
Broad and King streets, consisting Inpart of:
BEDSTtADS, Bureaus, Table, Chairs, Wardrobes,
Hair and Voss Mattresses, Stove, ftc. Also, IRON
SAFE._._marti
By L S. K. BENNETT.
AVERY FINE LOT AT EAST CORNER
of Pinckney street and Motte's lane, at auc?
tion. . .
On THURSDAY, the 2?d, Inst., at ll o'clock,
near the Old Postomce, will oiler for sale,
The LOT, as above located, measuring la front
37 feet on Pinckney street, 48 feet on back line, by
160 feet on east side, and 136 feet on Motte's lane,
in depth both same, more or less.
Conditions-or sale-One-half cash; balance in
one year, with Interest; secured by a bond and
mortgage ol the property sold. Purchaser to pay
for all necessary papers and stamps, martl-3
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer.
TTNDER- A FORECLOSURE OF MORT
U GAGE, I will expose for sale, at Public
Auction, on WEDNESDAY, the 22d instant, in the
buidlng known as the Academy of Music, at the
northwest corner of King and Market streets,
(ehtwnce on Market street) at io A. M. precisely,
. The entire contents of a BAR-ROOM AND
RESTAURANT, consisting or a general assort
men or WINES, Liquors, Ac, Crockery and Glass?
ware, Cooking Utensils, Blctures, Looking Glass?
es, Chandeliers, Ac, ftc, Ac
Terms cash.
E. W. M. MACKEY, S. a C.,
marts_And Agent or Mortagegee.
By I. S. K, BENNETT. ~
A, COMFORTABLE HOUSE AND LOT
' on spring street (Ward No. 8) at Auction.
On THURSDAY, the 23d instant, at ll o'clock,
near the Old Postoffice, corner of East Bay and
Broad streets, I will offer at auction,
A Comfortable HOUSE AND LOT located.on
Spring street, between President and Norman
streets, and known as No. 97. The House has
four upright and two attic rooniB, on a brick
foundation, double piazza, kitchen, stable and
-carriage-house, and well of water. The Lot,
which, lb a dry one, measured 38 feet 6 inches on
Spring street, by 84 feet m depth, be the same
more or less.
Conditions of sale-One-third cash; balanc? in
one and two years, secured by a bond and mort?
gage of the property, with interest payable an?
nually. Building to be insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for necessary papers'
and stamps. mario
By R M. MARSHALL & BRO.
NO. 63 TRADD STREET, BETWEEN
- "King and Meuttnav *
un THURSDAY, 23d instant, at ll o'clock, will
be sold at the Old Postofflce, Broad street,
The above, containing* foul* square rooms and
pantry, outbuildings, cistern, gas, ftc. Lot 39 by
108 lest,-more os less.
Terns-Quarter cash: balance in one, two and
three years,-secured by bond and mortgage, with
.interest semi-annually. Buildings to be msored
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay ns for
papers and stamps. Possesrton given October 0,
1871. marl7-rtnwth4 ,
By : L ?/ McBILfifVB*?,
- ?actio Heer,
AUCTION SALS-SL?ZABETH E.-SAN- |
DEBS, Executrix, vs. Charles. O.' McKay, K
ExeoBtqr, et al-lji Conimpo-Pleaa. .?j- fciiaai *
Bv vince of aa order in cola case-, issued by.the
?QB.-E. F.Gs?h&m, Judge of the ClrcnitCpurttfjr
the First OlrbotM't^<^fTor. aite?tr?Hf? =
Auction, at the Old Poatomce. Charleston, S. O., 2
on TUESDAY, the mtr^day of March, A D. 1871, n
at 11 o'clock A. M., t... .. - ?'"> jt1 "* i
All that PLANTATION- QB TEA CT OF LAND,
knowu aa "I'liis1 Pff iilifHT" sllinlii lying aaa I
being m the F arah of SC Thomas and St. Denla,
In Charleston doon ty and St a rc aforesaid, measur?
ing and containing seventeen hnndred (HOC) <3
acres, more or less, batting and bounding totne
nortfr oh Laad ortwrword-?rmntir; tb' tmvsOntTi
on Land ?f W. L. Vanning and Saaiael TJMar- ?
tm ; to the east on Land er Jon a h - Vennl ng, ana
to the west on Land of - Simona ;,
ALSO, 11
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, jj
known as "Taverre," situate, lying an!. being in 1
the Parish of St. Thomas and St. Dente, Charles- j
ton County and State aforesaid, meaanring and
containing five hundred and ten (510) acres, more
or,less, batting and bounding to the north on B
Laad or Dr. Edmund Ravenel; to the s.inth on j
Lands of Beresford Bounty; to th6~east5 cmJJand
oi-Bamlln, and to. the weat on Lands cf Dr. Ed?
mund Ravenel and John Sander?. ar - , .;- - ::
Terms.-One-third cash, and the balance on a ~a
credit of one and two yeari, with Interest from .
the day of sale, payable annually, sscnred^hy
bond or bonds of the purchaser os pc rchasers,
and mortgage of the premises.. Parche/-er to pay
me fdr stamps and papers. R.' S. DTJitYEA, "V
marife-wamtna _Special Referee. \ J
By WA?DLAW & CARE RT,
AtMtsoneers*
JANE C. LEH?E, AD^NISTBATRTX,
VS. 7H Ak wRINA C. WTT.-ELL ET AL.
Pursuant to an order of court m i?a cause, to>
me directed. I will offer for sale at pabilo aneaos,
on TUESDAY, the 28th of March inst., at ll o'clock;
A. M., at the Old Poetofflce, Charleston'. S. C., .
All that LOT, piece or parcel of LAND, with the
two-story wocden building nnd outhouses there?
on, situate on the east side of America street, be?
tween Amhernt street and Hampton court,meas?
uring and containing in front on America street
83 feet, and In -depth 13 feet, be the same
more or less; batting and bounding north on Lot
D, east on Land now or late of -, south on Lot
.F, and weat on America st'ieet.
Terms-One-half caah; balance on a credit cf
one year? secured by bond of the purchaser and
monga ge of the property, with interest at 7 per
cent, from the day of sale? "building to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay ror papera
and stamps. . W. M. MU0KENFU8S,
mar7-tn3_?_ Referee,
By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL,
Auctioneers.
VALUABLE PLANTA T I O N" ET
Georgetown County_w. W. Shan ?elford,
Trastee, vs. I irs. M. E. Fiagg. A. B. Behn, et aL
Under Deere?: orthe Oourrof Common Pleas.-Ia. "
Equity.
By virtue a? an order or.sale to me directed bjr
thc Hen. R. 17. Graham, Judge of thesalJ Conrt,
bearing date February 16, 1871,1 wm offer for
sale on TUESDAY, the 21st day of March ensu?
ing, at pabilo outcry, at tue-Old Postofflce, corner
of Broad and East Bay streets, m Charleston, 8?
C, at noolook Al M., . . , ../ 'J/ .
All that PLANTATION AND TRACT OF LAND
known as Oatt Lawn, situate, lyjog and being ?x
the District of Georgetown, in.tue State afore?
said, containing five hundred and zen (S1?J acres,
more or lesa; butting and bounding to the north,
by Lands formerly of Dr. Edward T. Hexiott, to
the sooth on Wando .Paseo Thorough!are, to ta?
east on the Waccafnaw Hirer, and to the . west
on Wando Pas so and Lands of Colonel Allard" IL.
Behn. . .
Terms-One-fourth, cash; remainder la one,
two, three and four years, to be secured by bona
of the purchaser, bearing brerest from the day
of sale, and a mortgage or the property. .Par
chaser to pay-Referee for papers and stamps. ?0
feo28-tu4mtn2 M. L. WILKINS, Referee-,.
By J0H5 Q, MIX NOB & CO.,
An ct hm i-CM."
AUCTION SALE-SOUTHEBN EX?
PRESS Company's Sale of Unclaimed
Goods. Vi
On WEDNESDAY, Maroh 22d, will be sold, at.
No. iel Meeting street, to the highest bidder,
THE FOLLO WING ARTICLES OF CNQLAIMED
?.. FREIGHT:
Averill A Son, 0. N., Charleston-1 Box.
Allen, J., Charleston-1 ParceL
Ambler, S., Charleston-l ParceL
Aims, H., Charleston-1 Box >?' . ? -?
Brawn, aw., (Marleston-IJParceL
Bender, W. B?. Charleston-1 Gan. : -
Bennett, W. J?, Charleston-I Package. .
Brown, Blanas-, Georgetown, S. C.-1 Bundle.
Bacharach, J.,-Charleston-i Package.
Butler. R. M., -Chari?stoo-l Parcel.
Both, E., Charleston-1 ParceL *"*
Beckley, J.G., Gharteston-l-Bag. '
.Brawn, J. w., Ob awe? ton-l Package.
Burnham, E. S-, Charleston-1 Box.
Boroham, E. S., Charleston-1 Box. ? ? .'
Brown A Heyer. Charles con-1 Package.
Bren Hardt, G. H.," Charleston-l'Box.
Brooke-A Co., Ci A., Ghera w, 8. C-1 Box.
Caution, A., Charleston-1 Box.
christopher, Captain J., Charleston-2 Co Uara.
Cameron, Barkley A Co., Cha rles ron-1 Casting.
Cameron, Barkley A Co., Charleston-1 Package.
Cobla A Co., H., Charleston-l Parcel.
Carle*ton, Nellie. Charlest?n-1 Package.
Capers, J. Hn Charleston-1 Box.
Chesterfield Democrat, Oheraw-r-1 ParceL
Downing, Mrs. C. W., Charleston, S. C.-1 ParceL
Dh kee A Co., W 0., Charleston, S. 0.-1 Package.
Dukes * Co., W. c.. Charleston, S. O.-l Package.
Dawson, J;, Charleston, S.O.-1 Box.
David, J. H., BennettsvlHe, S. 0.-1 ParceL
Ehlen, J.. Charleston-1 ParceL
Ford, J. E., Oharleaton-1 ParceL
Forbes, G. F., Charleston-1 ParceL 1 -
Ffsher, E. G., Ohatleston-1 Box.'
Fraser, F. E., Charleston-1 Jog.
Gerdts, H., Charleston-1 Box.
Page, E; J., Charleston-1 ParceL
Hannon, D., Charleston-1 Package.
Hart A Co., Charleston-T Package. -
Horbach, J. P., Charleston-1 Box.
Heins, D., Charleston-1 Bale: 1 1
Hanelaen, Mr. and Mrs. F. G., Adam's Run, 8. Ci?
I P?rccl -0
Hill, Mrs. W. W., Society Hill. S. C.-1 ParceL '
Johnson, Sarah, Charleston-1 B >x.
Kerrison. C., Charleston-1 Bundle.
Knox, W. P., Charleston-l ParceL * ;
Knox, W. P., Charleston-1 ParceL
Leslie, C. P., Charleston-1 Parcel.
Lawton, J., Charleston-1 Paree).
Langley, Sj Charleston-1 Box.
Lewis, J. W., Charleston-2 Oana,
Laroussetare, W. L, Charles ton-?-l Parcel.
Leech, B., Charleston-lTParceL
Logan, A. N.. Charleston-1 ParceL I .
Metzler, G., Charleston-l ParceL
Maniganlt. B., Charleston-l Box.
Mitchell, E., Charleston-1 Box.
Mitchell, E., Charleston--1 Box.
Markees, J., Charleston-1 ParceL
Marsh, C. W., Charleston-1 Truss.
McIntyre, Rev. P., Charleston, 8. 0.-1 Parcel.
McAvoy,. J. L., Charleston, S. 0.-1 Box.
McCall, M., Society Hill, 8. C.-1 Box.
Nathans, S., Charleston, S. 0.-1 B. Bag.
Owens, Miss A. A., Charleston, S. c-i ParceL
Pond A Co., G. W., charleston, S. 0.-i ParceL
Platt, 0. H.. Oharieston, S, 0.-1 Casting.
Parsons, Dr. R. E. A, Charleston, 8. 0.-a Boxes?.
Parker, Clara, Charleston, S> C.-1 Basket.
Patton, W., Charleston, S. C.-1 Bag.
Quackeiibush, J. A.. Chai les ton. S. 0.-1 Package.
Rich wo od, B. F., Charleston, 8. 0.-1 Box.
Roberte, Mrs. C. E., Charleston, 8. 0.-1 P. Box.
Roberts, W., Charleston, S. C.-1 ParceL
R?per, !., Charleston, S. a'-1 Bag.
Richmond, G. A.. Ohariesion. S. 0.-1 Cross.
Richen, A., Charleston, S. C_1 ParceL
Rnndiei t, J. C., Beaufort, s. C_l Box.
Stackiev. Mrs. 0., Charleston-1 Box.
Scott, E. M., Charleston-1 Box.
Scott, E., Charleston-1 ParceL
S'weetz, H., Charleston-1 Parcel.
Simmons. Mrs. N., Charleston-1 ParceL
Shaffer, Tom,-Charleston-1 Basket.
Stall. J. R., Charleston-1 ParceL
Trollor, J. W.. Charleston-l ParceL
Veronee, J. F., Charleston-1 ParceL
Vandraws. 8., Charleston-1 Box.
Wsbber, W., Charleston-1 Box.
Wllliama A Co., H., Charleston-l Package.
williams, Mr., Charleston-?Packages.
williamson, A., Charleston-1 Bag.
Willie, Mr., Charleston-1 Parcel.
Walker, Mrs. R. E., Charleston-1 P. Box.
White, R.. Charleston-1 Box.
Williams A Co., G. D., Charleston-l ParceL
Williams & Co.. G. W., Charleston-1 Box.
West, E. Wr, Charleston-* ParceL
White. A., Charleston-1 Parcel,
jfeo mans, J. H., Yemassee, 3. 0.-1 Bar Iron.
mar 18-4 " .- '
3-nctiorLeers' PriocU Sales, &f.
BTOBA???~?ftTBWE8;
Heal Est?t e Broker, Ho. SS Broad S tree tia
AT PSI VA TE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and "
> locations.
Rice and Cotton Plantations m all parts of th?.
State.
City Residences, Stores, Banding Lots and
Farms._*-_ootva-smo
Cumber, ?set, &c.
STE Alf SAW MILLS,
BUILDEBS4 DEPOT, No. M OHTOOH STBEE5V
THBBE D00B8 NORTH or BROAD. .
ISfn^?ff^uWes, at prices which will defy
^Srtonf weT invite the attention of farmer?
Md snippers to oar One lists For one cent ad
Sirional Boxesto lots of loo or over will ne dellveiw
ea at t?e forts or the road. E. M. OB1MKE*.
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