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WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TBE STATE.
LARGEST (ECGLATM IN TEE CITY.
i?-THE LIST OTP LETTERS I&E
3VI-A.IN"I2JrGr in. trie IPostorffioe at tlxe
end of each week is pioblislied. offi?
cially in THE DAI LY JS" ? W S
every Friday- anorrxina
A OBEAT VABTETT of very interesting original and
selected matter w?l be found on our inner pages
ACCIDENT.-A lad named DONOVANT was acci?
dentally run over by a carriage last night, in Meet?
ing street. His wounds, we leam, are not regarded
as dangerous, though the little fellow was badly
SALE OF RF. AT, ESTATE.-Mr. T. A. WHITNEY, yes?
terday sold a large amount of landed property,
belonging to the estate of the late DONALD MACK?
INTOSH; and we were pleased to see that he had a
large audience, and that the bidding was prompt
and brisk. From what we know of the houses and
lots sold, we incline to the opinion that the proper?
ty brought very good prices; altogether one of-the
hest signs of the growing prosperity of a commu?
No. 26 Vanderhorst street sold for $2275. No.
103 Wentworth street brought $5350. No. 529 King
street, at present occupied by Mr. C. H. BEHBE,
brought $3000. No. 531 sold for $3400. The house
next north of Mackintosh's Court wont for S5750.
The house occupied by Lawrence Campbell, the
barber, brought $2C50. The other lots brought
$600, $325, $1850, $1800, $2910, and $1700 respect?
ively, in the order in which they had been pub?
lished in the advertisement of the sale.
This property was sold by order of the executor.
LOCKED UP.-An in dividual (sailing himself CHAS.
HASTINGS, and professing to be from Canada, was
lodged in the Upper Wards Guard House on Men
day afternoon last, by Mr. J. C. BICKLEY, who, hav?
ing visited his home in Summerville a day or two
ago, found that it had been broken open, and sev?
eral articles stolen, among them a gun and two or
three flasks of powder. In examining the interior
of the premises, Mr. B. happened to open a closet,
where he found HASTINGS nicely ensconced; and
taking him in possession, he brought him to town,
and lodged him as above. He has since been com?
mitted to jail by a magistrate.
MASONIC-At the Annual Communication of St.
Andrews Lodge, No. 10, A. F. M., held at Masonic
Hall, December 17th, 1866, the following Brethren
were duly elected and installed to serve for the
.Bro. W. J. TRIM, W. M.
Bro. JAS. MoDTJFF, S, W.
Bro. B. S. DURYEA, J. W.
Bro. T. MCCARTHY, Treasurer.
Bro. E. T?. JEANNEBETT, Secretary.
Bro. Or. W. DUNSBEE, S. D.
Bro. L. P. 8PEISSEGGEB, J. D.
' *Bro. J. BEASLEY, Tyler.
Bro. WM. CHERRY, 1 o+DTwia
Bro. WM. BBOOEBANKS, Jr., f BteW4MB
WHISKEY.-This is a beverage which they say
editors and printers have a partiality for, and that
"Locals" are slightly addicted to ; but, without
any reference to the first parties named, we can
certify for ourselves that we know the difference,
on a fair taste, between "old rye" and cod liver
oil. And we must admit that lately we have been
thinking, when we have gone into the "pure stuff,"
or rather the pure stuff into ns, that we were
bilious, or perhaps troubled with a decayed tooth,
the taste in our month has been so peculiar; but
the recent seizure and inspection of whiskey in the
New York distilleries settles the matter for ns with?
out farther doubt, as this delightful tonio, it ap?
pears, is now compounded under the following re?
cipe: "To forty gallons of common whiskey add
thirty gallons of water, five gallons of tincture of
Guinea pepper, one quart of tincture of pelf tory,
two ounces of acetic ethgr, one and a half gallons
of strong tea, and three ounces of pulverized char?
coal." Being now in possession of this extraordi?
nary piece of information, we have concluded, so
far as we are individually concerned, to call for
some other liquid after raw oysters.
WOFFOBD COLLEGE.-The second term of the j
thirteenth session of this institution, as will be
seen from an advertisement in our columns this
morning, commences on the 8th of January.
The College, during the thirteen years of its ex?
istence, has made for itself:, an enviable mame.
Her graduates are to be foui;d in, all ranks and in
all professions; some- tilling their irabiv? soil, and
others holding offices of honor and responsibility
bestowed up?n them by their fellow-citizens.
The Faculty is one of the best in the country.
President SHIPP, for years connected with the Uni?
versity of North Carolina, stands nigh among the ?
scholars and educators of the South', Prof. DUN?
CAN is a most finished classical, scholar, and an ex- I
cellent teacher. Dr. WHTTEFOOKD SMITH is too well
known in this his native city to need any common
dation from our pen. Prof. JAMES H. CARLISLE, who.
flTto the chair of Mathematics, has been devoted j
to the teacher's profossion.for a number of years,
and we know not his rival as an instructor.- Prof.
DTJPBZ, the accomplished lecturer on Chemistry,
Mineralogy, and Geology, understands how to
throw a charm around every subject he handles,
and ha? tho knack of always.interesting- bis hear
erB.~Pr?f. L?STKB has ?harge cf "Oriental Philology,
and, we understand, is-a<-<:very TTTAN in; Hebrew]
roots and Arabio suffixes.
Spartanburg, where the College is'located, is ]
known to be a healthy locality, far from all dis?
eases of climate, and in the midst of a provision
growing country. . The spciety;.of the-town,; abo,
is very goodl " Parents, therefore, have every in- j
ducement to send their sons to this school for]
ttf?ni?g, . OJ \- - -.- -'<.?.'
MATCH'S COTJET, December " 18-A white boy,
who was charged with throwing bricks in the
streetv~and who was spoken to by the pokcem&n
on duty, and afterwards encouraged by his mother,
but who was not present, was ordered to appear
A f amale . Woman who keeps a bjur, and retails
whiskey that will scorch a man's shirt collar if he
gp?ls ii m drinking, was fined $50 for having no.
license.' - : . '
A sailor who smelt of liquified corn, and who
said he was waiting at the west end of the town
for the street cars to pase, and fell asleep without
seeing them, was fined $5 for not keeping his eyes
M. McBride, a /colored gernman, whose eyes'
looked aa if he had been adn?i?stering tonies.to V
sick'friend all night, and who was accused of being
noisy -and riotous in the street, was required to
pay ?5, although ho waa quite certain it was a mis?
take* 1 ' . ? ? '-' ?.?'W'-U ~??:;.i:r,v.h: 0 :! ; ,1 _
Th? j contractor -for. sweeping chimneys for,the
Lower Warda was fined $25 for neglect of dut?. >
; The wharf smokers were reduced this morning
to three.- ? ?-n; ? ? .' . - v> -
DB. JOHN B. IRVING.-This well-known gentle?
man, so long connected with the turf of South
Carolina, and lately charged with the organization
and management of JEROME'S Eace Course. New
York, returned to his native city iast evening in
the steamship Quaker City, from New York. He
comes as a welcome visitor to his old homestead.
IN THE Court of Appeals, on Monday last, opin?
ions were announced in the following caeos :
The P. E. Church, of Sb. Philip's Parish, ads.
Daniel Horlbeck. Appeal dismissed. Dunkin, C. J.
Opinion to be filed.
S. Brown ads. A. Wingo, Sheriff. Appeal die
missed. Dunkin, C. J.
James Perry Looper ads. the State. Sentence
corrected in part. Dunkin, C. J.
Israel Charles et al., ads. W. H. and S. D. Good
lett, Ex'rs. Same ads. W. D. Berry. Motion dis?
missed, and special order made. Inglis, J.
Wm.'H. Walker ads. the State. Appeal dismiss?
ed. . Prisoner prayed and was allowed his clergy.
Sentence by Wardlaw, J.
Warren J. Major el al., ads. the State. New trial
granted. Inglis, J.
Obadiah Scorratt ads. the State. 'Motion dis?
missed. Wardlaw, J.
Charles H. Lambert ads. Zachariah Howell. Mo?
tion granted. Inglis, J.
David Jacobs vs. James and Thomas Burrows.
Motion granted. Wirdlaw, J.
Aaron M. Smith ads. John Rogere Motion
dismissed. Dunkin, C. J.
Mary L. Haile et al., vs. W. M. Shannon and
Thomas E. Shannon, Rx'rs. Appeal dismissed.
Dunkin, C. J.
A. J. Holladay vs. J. F. Brewer. Motion dis?
missed. Dunkin, C. J.
Amos Wyndham and wife vs. S. E. Hart. Mo?
tion dismissed. Wardlaw, J.
Ex parie James BelL Motion dismissed Ing?
Hugh McCelvey vs. Wm. McCelvey. Motion
granted Dunkin, C. J.
The call of the docket was then resumed, and
John BlackeneyeZ al., vs. S. C. and M. D. Oaks,
by next friend; struck off.
J. M. Staggers and wile vs. Sa z uel P. Mathews
el al. Mr. Dozier for appellants. Mr. J. G. Press
ley for appellees.
Tuesday, 22d January next, was .announced for
the meeting of the Court of Errors, for the hear?
ing of causes referred from this Court.
SALE OP REAL ESTATE_R. M. MABSHALL & EEO.
sold yesterday, at auction, a lot on Ring street,
south of Queen, for $4200.
RHINE WINE.-If you want to indulge in fine
Rhine wines during the holidays, go to JNO. M. MAR?
TIN'S. No. 35 Market-street, where genuine Deidee
heimer and Sauterne may be had at reasonable
rates and of superior quality.
SAVE YOUS BACON.-This wise injunction comes
timely, and Messrs. G. W. WILLLUIS & Co. are
kind enough to furnish the wherewithal. By their
advertisement it will be seen that they offer 7000
sacks of salt, which, we learn, is a prime article,
and doubtless will disappear before the moon is two
FINE C ONEEOTIONEBY.-As conf eetic n?ry will be
all the go "for the little' ones during the holidays,
Santa Claus has opened his commissary head?
quarters at A. D. FLEMING'S Wholesale and Retail
Candy Factory, corner of King and Ann streets,
where he keeps' constantly on hand the finest
French Confectionery, and is manufacturing daily
the choicest domestic candy to be found m this
city. ' AU are invited to call and lay in their sup?
SCHOOL BOOBS.-We have received from Mess rs.
E. J. DAWSON & Co., No. 155 Meeting street, the
Southern University Series of School Books, pre?
pared under' the supervision of Prot GEO. F.
HOLMES, LL.D., of the University of Virginia, de?
signed especially for instruction in Southern
schools, and for use iii Southern families.
The series comprises the First Reader, Ele?
mentary Spelling, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth
Readers, and Southern School Speaker, all of which
are designed to illustrate Southern life and history.
The volumes are beautifully illus tr at ed, printed on
fine paper, in good type, and tastefully bound., AU
of which we most heartily commend to our readers.
READ 1 READ ! READ !-The great double column
advertisement of Messrs. J. R. READ & Co., in this
morning's NEWS. READ'S is such an attractive
place at all times, we really do not Bee why any
extra efforts should be made to induce customers
to call. But, on consideration, we have come to
the conclusion that the members of this firm are
actuated by higher motives. They care not whe?
ther they seU or not. But they know the ladies in
Charleston wanted nice cloaks and elegant basques,
and at the same time they also hore in mind the
fact of the stringency of our money market, and
accordingly brought out a large assortment of
splendid wrappings of all kinds, and at amazingly
low prices. '/
: EDUCATION.-The card of Dr. HENRY M. BRUNS,
in': our issue of t?-day, must attract the attention
of parents who are desirous of bestowing upon
their sons an education that will suit them for any
position in life they may: desire to assume, for
there are at present but few young men in our
city pursuing their different avocations either of
a scientific, mercantile or mechanical character
but who have received, at some time, a useful les?
son fr: m hun as a preceptor. ! He who-passes a
portion of his. existence in endeavoring to benefit
his fellow-beings, is worthy of praise; but ho who
devotes his life, as the Doctor has, to the instruc?
tion of youth, and places him on the threshold of
life an educated man, prepared to force his way
against all opposition that may offer, does more
for human nature than can be done by any other,
. and it is with feelings of great pleasure that we
greet his being amongst us oncejnore, ready to
pursue his old vocation with the same zeal as for?
merly. ? .
THE MA?NUF?CT?BIES OP NEW YOBS.-Among the
many extensive establishments in New York, whose
products extend into every part of the country, is
that of COLGATE & Co., where almost every con?
ceivable Yorm of Family , and Toilet Soap is manu?
factured.'. These Soaps have a reputation for pari?
ty and efficacy that has given them an enormous
sale. **"''" 3...' ''-:' "' " -* 1 ""1
A NEGLECTED COUGH, COLD, OB SCBE THROAT,
which might he'-checked hy a simple remedy like
" Brown's Broaciila?' Trochee," if allowed to pro?
gress may ^terminate seriously. For Bronchitis,
Asthma, Catarrh, and Consumptive Coughs, '''The
Troches" are used with advantage, giving often?
times immediate relief. Singers aad-publio speak?
ers wUl find them also .?i?e?ent:??clear ?he voice
and reader aiWcrdatiou wonderf^y easy.. : mwf8?
SPECIAL "T? TH? LABI?S^-At Mrs. S. J. COTCH
ETT'S Emporium of Fashions, No. 268 King street,
can be found the largest and most choice selection
pf ?"rniTHwary* in the city, and at the lowest prices.
? Ladies buying 'for the country will do well to, call
and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
particular attention given to country orders.
'?: ' * ?" uwf
MABSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM never fails to relieve
: - MR. STORY, of the Chicago T?hes, asia what jar1
jury " imp/jrtial auflrs%er*oaa!d do in the South.
We know,-Vat we ahaU not tall him. We wont ten
? .ft ^tary.-^YenttottiwI'a?i?l$4?c?<? ??& tu ss-, .'.so
HOPE FIE ENGip COMPANY.
This Evening December 19, 1866,
. ; AT
C O M MEN CIN G; AT 8 O'CLOCK.
D. 8EMKEN, . . J. H. CAMMER,
J. C. LOMBARDO, . F. R1SLAND, :
j. T. MCDOWALL, JB., W. T. O'NELL,
R. WATERMAN,. .. J; -J. - MON AH AK,
J. JEFKEN. J. McMANMON
Tickets win be sold at Hope'Fire' Sn gin o House this
day. ; . ' , ? 1 . '?' :
gg* Firemen to appear in the respective uniforms of
their companies!. tuthsmw5 December 10
Interesting? & Instructive
For tile Benefit of tine Sunday Scliool.
ON FRDDAY NIGHT, COMMENCING AT HALF
PAST SIX O'CLOCK, Professor HOLMES -will ex?
hibit; by means of the Binoptic Lanterns, a SERIES OF
BEAUTIFUL VIEWS, representing, incidents in Scrip?
ture History and Scenes' in Egypt, Nubia, and the Holy
Land, together with copies of Paintings and Sculpture
by the Old Masters.
The Children of the Sunday School wflT add to the en?
tertainment by singing three or four of their favorite
pieces. ? .
In order to'allott- the younger Children to return home
nt an early hour, the .doors mil be open at 6 o'clock, and
the entertainment close about 8. : :? : .
TICKETS to be had at the door and at "Holmes' Book
House." Price, each, .50 cents; Children under twelve
years half price. . - .
R. C. GILCHRIST, Superintendent.
C." . AVERILL, Vice Superintendent,
PAINTS, OILS, ETC,
ALBEE Sc WARREN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
"We are now offering otu* Stock of
Which is complete,
?REATIiY BEOTJCED PRICES.
City and Country Merchants are
respectftdly invited to gire ns a call
before pnrehasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 HAYNS STREET,
Sign Lamp Banner.
December 17 Imo
HOLMES & CALDER,
SUCCESSORS OF .
HOLMES & CO.,
1MPOKTEKS Aim DEALERS XS
KQM26 MEETM AND 55 BASEL STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. E. HOLMES. .Late of Horaces & OO;
WM. CALDER.Charleston, a C.
Oct ober 16 - "
PRONOUNCED -g, EXTRACT
i BY W5? of a letter from a
" TO BE THE OKLV AwB?kL^" Brother at
_ , " ?BgRwOECESTBB, May,
Good Sance L9Eg
? fcS^?S "Tell LEA Sc PEB
AKD APPiJCCABlB r*Hjj?7~ KINS that ?eir SAUCE
?ijYppjg ia highly eotecjned in In
TO |'2?=2T?$' d?a, and is, in my opinion,
. i2i-l*??wR? tho .most nalatable, ae
EVERY YASLETY teg?r%5? won as the" most vrhde
i^^ffi some ' SAUCE that is
DP DISH. "wPrrW^Sffi*
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled con?
diment having caused many unprincipled, dealers to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the Pmmic ia
respectfully and tanut?y requested to see that fite n&mea
of LEA & PsasocB are upon the^ WRAPPER, LABEfr
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
Ii BA Si PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN BUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK. A.O-BIN'TS.
October 1? ftnwlyr
fjlja gWCCIAX. NOTICE.
TO WHOLESALE GROCERS, LIQUOR DEALERS, ?18
- TILLERS, PRPjSGlBTg, GLASS AND.
ESSENTIAL OILS, EXTRACTS AND IHSHNCEffFOR
flavoring and improving Brandies, WWakeya^ . Bruns;
Wines, Cider, kc, &o. Age and Body Preparabas, l?ii.
Neutr?uWngand, Mo?li?ymg .WhiaSeys and S^^.j?fc
traci? of Holland and London Gin?, Colorings, Gum and
Sugar Syrups, abd Fruit Juices. Dr. FrntchtwaageTs
Tredtii? on Fermented ' Liquors, vith 160? EecHpU ?nd
lKrtMm$.Sii ?r'.?i:?XiSiaL?- '."?.'.'r.'i??nz,^. ?.?ii .>"?;
DRUGS, GHFJIIflSl^ OXrlJB^'OBES, ?ecV
TnWl^WirtwTOi/Twn^n -Rfflr>atft af Bhda^Bornblil
Glass or U^mA Quarte, in Dry Crystal, liquid er JeQy
Farm; ?^ut? Soda,' Soda. Ash, Palm and Cocoanut ?Os,
Soapstone and China cb^jr""'' ~ ',"
> 0T*ry information required wffl, ba chaerfaBygtwn fcg
TC. M. MARsTlALI. & BRPM
?W?1 ecU THIS DAY, the 19th inst, at half-past IO
1 HORSE; BUGGY AND HARNESS, 1 Buggy Horse, 1
Pony, Side Saddle, Bridies, &c.
FRENCH PLATE MIRROR, Extension Table, Mohair j
Chain?, Tables, Entry Clock, Framed Engravings, Car?
peting, &c. December 19
BY lt. M. MARSHAMi & BRO.
?Will be sold THIS DAT, at 10>? o'clock,
60 EMPTY SACKS
3 Cooking Stoves
1 Fine Mule
A Large Carpets
1 lot of Segars. ? December 19
CloChinq, Ihii Goods, Hosiery, <?c.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, the 19th inst., at half-past 10 o'clock, we will
sell at our salesroom; No. 35 Hoyne street,
LOT CLOTHING WORSTED SHAWLS
-Pieoes Cassimercs Worsted Scarfs
Pieces Satinets Hosiery, Sic, Sic
_Boxes Blacking._December 19
Carpets, Bugs, Mattresses, Bedding, &c., al Auc- j
LOWNDES & GKIMBALL,
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10K o'clock,
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTRESSES, BEDDING
Pillows and other articles. December 19
Desirable Small Dwellinqs al Auction.
BY MACBETH St RAVENEL.
TO-MORROW, 20th instant, at the north side of the Ex?
change, will be sold,
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE, tin
roof, situated on the west side of Rutledge avenue, and
known as No. 31, with premisos all good ; servants' ac?
commodations. The Lot meatjiir.-?? 30 feet front, more or
lese, on Rutledge avenue by 100 feet deep, more or less.
TerniB-One-third cash; one-third in one year; one
third in five years. Policy of insurance to be" assi-rned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers. December 19
Desirable Small Dwellings al Auction.
BY MACBETH & RAVENEL.
TO-MOEROW, 20th instant, at thc north side of the Ex?
change, wUl bo sold,
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN DWELLING,
No. 19 Sires Btreet, west side, containing four sqxiare
rooms, piazza and gas Usturss. On the premises are all
the requisite accommodations ior servants. The Lot
measures 38 feet front and SO feet in depth, be the same
more or less.
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN BUILDING,
vo. 17 Sires street, containing four square rooms. The
Lot measures 40 feet front by 80 feet hi depth, be the
same more or less..
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal annual
instalments. Policy of insurance to be assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay us for papers. December 19
IN EQ/UITY-COLLETON DISTRICT.
John D. Warren vs. Benj. Stokes et aL
Pursuant to a decretal order in this case, I will Bell
at public auction, at ll o'clock, AM., near the old Cus?
tom House, in the City of Charleston, at the risk of
the former purchaser, on the TENTH DAY OF JANU?
That valuable PLANTATION known aa "Mary's Island, ' '
situate in the Parish of St. Bartholomew, in the District
of Colle ton, on the head-wat:-rs of Chehaw River,- con?
taining one hundred and thirty-nine (139) acres of high
land and three hundred and ten (310) acres of marah
land, be the same moro or less.
Terms_One-third cash ;. the balance on a credit of one,
two and three years. The purchase money to be secured
by bond, with adequate security, and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers. .
B.-STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Coller?n District, Doc. 10,1866.
December 12 w5 thl
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WATCHES MD JEWELRY.
F. KOLBE WET,
NO. 366 KING- STREET,
rrUKES THIS METHOD TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS,
I and the public generally, that he has now a foll and
complete stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES, PLATED WARE, Ac
His stock comprises many handsome DIAMOND
RINGS and DIAMOND SETS, as well as Sets in various
other Stones. . ,
SILVER WARE Ol' EVERY DESCRIPTION. .
AU suitable for BRIDAL or CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
December 10 ...... mWf7
(F ORME BL Y W IT H JOH N MOOD,)
MaMactiiring Jeweller and SilTjersmtli,'
r?FORMS HTS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAT
he has taken rooms in Beaufain Btreet, near King,
to the rear of the establishment of Messrs, William G.
Whilden & Co., where hei w?l attend -to AU orders for
Manufacturing or Repairing any description of Jewelry
or Silverware at the shortest notice.
Masonic Jewels in seta or singly furnished to order.
December 10 mwf2mo
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS AND KEW YEARS.
GREAT WATCH SALE ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE
PLAt:, GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND
RT^j?nT>. WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF TEN
DOLLARS, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, AND
NOT TO BE PAID: FOB UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
10O Solid Gold Hunting Watches..$250 to $750
100 Magio Cased Gold Watches....200 to 500
100 Ladies'. Watches, EnameUed. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches-250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers.-. 200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting-Duplex Watches..150 to 200
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 350
500 Silver Hunting Levers..60 to 150
500 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 250
500 Gold Ladies'Watches....;.. 50 to 250
100O Gold Hunting Lepiues.!.. 50 to -75
1000 Miscellaneous SUver Watches. 60 to 100
2600 Hunting SUver Watches.. 25 to 50
5000 Assorted Watches, aU kinds. 10 to 75
jOSf Every patron obtains a Watch by this arrange?
ment, costing but $10, while it may be worth $750. No
partiaUtyT!hown.-igft - . ' - ''-.';.
MESSES. J. HICKLTNO & Co.-8 GREAT UNION WATCH CO.,
New York City-,- wish-to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. Certificates, mt Toing articles;, ore
placed in sealed' envelopes: Holders are entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment of Ten
Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth. $750 or one worth
less. The return of any of our certificates entitles you to
the article named thereon, upon, payment, irrespective
of its worth, and seno article valued less' than $10 is
named on any certificate, it will at one o be seen that this
ls no .Lottery, but a; straight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which may:ba: participated in even by the most
fastidious. . -,
A single Certificate will bo sent by mall, post paid,
upon receipt of 25 cents, five for* iL eleven for %% thirty
three and elegant premiam for $5, sixty-six and more
valuable premium for $10, one hundred-and most superb
Watch for $15. - To Agents or those wishing employment
this ls a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, dnly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try ut I
Address : J. H1CKHNG & CO.,
:? - No. 149 Broadway, I?. Y.
;.; December 18 ? ' ".. imo
mHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE
JL attention of the public to their large and weU sclent?
ed stock of MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOXS'. HATS AND
CAPS, which, they are offering at prices to suit the times.
BOYS'.HATS from.....75 cts. tb $2 50
1 MEN'S HATS from.$109to $600
! GENTLEMEN'S SILK HATS..........$6 00
49" Our motto-"Quick Salra and Small Profits." .
December 3 mwEfS No. 29 BROAD STREET.
BOTASE ?AS ?1TTER AND PLUMBER,
"OLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FUTURES, GAS
'JjFITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
?-? April 6 Between Broad and Queen streets.
ROfeDI?? & CO;.
B. RODDES.. .. ..M. P. PICKETT.
. OF-THEHS OLD.
Horses, Mides, Buggies, and Furniture at Auction.
ii x SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broatl street.
At 10 o'clock THIS DAY, the 19Ui instant, in front of
their office, as usual.
Articles and animais received up to the hour of sale.
Shoes/ Shoes! Slwes!
BY WILKUR Si SON.
THIS DAY. the 19th instant, at our Sales Rooms, corner
State and Chalmers streets, at half-past 10 o'clock, will
100 cases MEN'S, WOMEN'S. MISSES' and CHIL?
DREN'S SHOES, just received direct from manufac?
SERGE and KID CONGRESS BOOTS, Balmorals, Mo?
rocco Boots and Balmorals, Buff Glove-Top Balmorals,
Extra Size Jury and Oxford Ties, Men's Split Brogans,
Conditions cash. December 19
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
BY WILBUR ?Ss SON.
THIS DAY, 19th instant, at our salesrooms, corner of
State and Chalmers streets, at 10% o'clock, prill bc
- HHDS. CLEAR SIDES
- casks Shoulders
- tierces Susar-cured Hams
- cases Durham Mustard.
- cases Farina
- cases Rhino Wine
- cases Champagne .
- cases Champagne Cider
- cases Croton Ale
6 barrels Very Fine Bourbon Whiskey
R pieces Bagging
25 boxes Soap
Conditions cash. December 19
BY L. BUNCH Si SON,
No. 506 ?.ing-street.
Will sell WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, FoRNLTURE,
EVENING SALES commencing at 6 H o'clock.
A variety of useful articles: CROCKERY, BROOMS,
Water Dippers, Clothing, Shoes, &c. All of which -we
duplicate at auction prices.
December 19 wf
Soles EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY & Co.,
No. 339 King-stroet, of a general assortment of DBY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps.
Havana Sugar, on account of whom, it may con?
cern-By order of the Spanish Consul.
BY J. A. ENSLOW Si CO.
On THURSDAY, 27th December, at ll o'clock, will be
sold by Auction, at the new Custom House Stores. '
600 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR OF VARIOUS GRADES.
The said Sugars comprise a part of the cargo of the
Spanish brig "Joven Jose," Fradua Master, which put
into this port in di-tress, whilst on her intended voyage
from Havana to Antwerp, and sold for account of whom
it may concern, by order of the Spanish Consul.
Furniture, Chairs, ?ix., &c.
BY BOWERS & SI ?.?XJX.
Will be sold THIS DAY, in our Store, No. 127 Meeting
street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
MARBLE-TOP BUREAUS, WITH GLASS; Sideboards,
Sofas, Lounges, Hair-Seat Chairs, Cane and Wood-Seat
Chairs, Marble-Top Side Table, Dining Table, Tete-a
Tetes, Card Tables, Sewing Machine, Children's Rock?
ers, Nurse Rockers, Cane and Wood-Seat Rockers, Ma?
hogany Hair-Seat Rockers, Washstands, Toilet Tables,
Bedsteads, Ma tr esses, Cots, Stoves, Sic, Sic.
Conditions cash. December 19
Burnley's Point Plantation, Clirisi Church Parish,
to be leased.
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be leased at auction, on FRIDAY, 21at instant, at the
. old Postoffleo, at ll o'clock,
REMLEY'S POINT PLANTATION, containing between
500 and 600 acres, a portion of which is good cotton and
Lease to expire" 1st January, 1868.
Possession given 1st January, 1867.
Conditions 10 per cent. cash. Balance 1st December,
Lessee to give personal security and pay for papers.
December 18; '
Portable Cotton Press, Cotton Gin, Saddle.
McKAY & CAMPBELL.
Cash Auction Honse, "
No. 55 Masel Street, Opp. New Post office,
WiU sell, on FRIDAY, 21st inst, at 10 O'clock,
One Ingersoll's Patent Portable COTTON PRESS
One forty saw Cotton Gin, little used.
Our regular sale same day._
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, FURNITURE, kc.
Conditions cash- ; :. . ?. December 18
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
" " '"* Just vs.' Farley.' '
On TO-MORROW, 20th inst, at ll o'clock, A. M., will be
sold under: the curectlott of Hie MnBter, near .the Old
Custom House, '<?..-:""" .*'-'. . .
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings thereon,
known in a plat thereof as annexed to a title from Col.
Wm Drayton to Wm. Wightman, recorded in the office
of Mesne Conveyance, by th? number 107; at the corner
of Laurens and- Washington. streeis-in,Charle6ton, mea?
suring 46. feot-4- iaoaes te ' front on - Laurens street by
101 feet 9 tachea-to.depth.on .Washington, street hav?
ing such buttings *aHd boundings as set out m the said
plat v.-'" , 'Aili-.*->'.', H.--vi:-, -..v.- '??:.::'.) ': ' " ' ; ?*?
Terms-"One-third caeh; the balance on a credit of one
and two years, itt a bond of two dr more sureties, with
interest payable semi-annually, secured by a mortgage of
the premises; tho huildings to bo insured and kept in?
sured until the bond is paid, and the policy assigned to
the Master, > Purchaser to pay'for papers.
v -;. ;. -, o .;. -i ..; J. W. GRAY,
December 19-- ? .. -?^.?f"- ?.- .???..?M,?^fa?i? in Equity.
UNDER DECKER IN EQ,THTY.
_ ? O'Be?l'iO?: MoKe?in ?t ai.
On THURSDAY, the 10th of January next, at ll o'clock
A. M.; will be sold hear, the Old Custom House, under
' the direction of the Master,
The following VALUABLE PROPERTY, belonging to
the Estate of the Rey. PATRICK O'NEILL, deceased,
riz : .,. v y.;.' ; ' ' ."' . ' ' *" :-"
ALL THAT L?T-OFLAND;'with the Dwelling and out?
buildings thereon* tho residence of the late' Rev. Pa tri ck
O'Neill, sit?ate oh me west side nf King street; designa?
ted in a Plat made by Ed. - Bi 'White, .surveyor, by the
number 1, measuring in front on King-street 24 feeet ll
Inches, and 24 feet 6 inches on; the back .line, and in
lepth 159. feet" 6 irichea.' Bcfflhdihg north oh land of Mr.
Knoblock, west on Orphan House Lot, south on No. 2 in
the said Plat, and east <m King-street
> THAT VACANT LOT adjoining theabove.nn.tho south,
iesignatedln said Plat by the No. 2, measuring In front
24 feet li Inches, on the back Ene 24 feet 6-inches, and in
depth 15?feet6inches.,). :..?...<i'-2 .? '
? .,- .L--_A?80,V ?- ?? ? .
. THAT VACANT LOT next south of Nb; 2, designated
in said Plat as No. 3, measuring in front 24 feet ll
inches, on the back line 24 feet 6 inches, and in depth 59
feet 6 inches.
THAT. VACANT LOT next south of Lot No. 3, and
lesignated on said Plat as No. 4, of the same dimensions
as No. 8.
THAT VACANT LOT next south of Lot No. 4, and
having like dimensions, designated on arid Plat by
No. 5. - :v :*.:?! ?:?>.?; .'.:.; .
; * iULSo, >'. " . .. '":;: :>?
ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY at Hie cotter of
King and Radcli?e- 'streets, .with the dwelling and out?
buildings therecn^'-designated in a plat by the same sur?
veyor as No. 1, measuring east OK Jung street 56 feet and
on the back toe 52 feet and m depth 121 teat Bounded
north on land of ihe estate of Mackintosh, Bouth on tot No.
5 in asid-plat weston No. 2. - ^
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THAT LOT adjoining the above on the south, and
designated in said plat by No. 5, measuring in front on
Sing street 30 feet, the sams on the back line, and in
depth 121 feet
THAT LOT No 6, in the above plat, measuring m front
on King street 25 feet, the same on the back line, and In
depth 122 feet:
?."?'': ' . ALSO, ,'' ?
. THAT LOT on Radcliffe street, marked No. 2 in said
plat measuring in front on said street 80 feet same on
the back line, and in depth 104 feet more or less.
' :" * ALSO,
THAT VACANT LOT joining No.^to the west and
known on said plat as No. 3, and having the same di?
mensions aa No. 2. . .
THE VACANT LOT, next west of Na 8, known on tbs
said plat as No. 4, having the j same dimensions cs the
lastnamed. ? ' -y.< ? ~ixr>
AH that VALUABLE PROPERTY at the corner of Rut?
ledge and Cannon streets, as per plat of the same Sur?
veyor, consisting of four Lots, to-wit:
LOT No: V at"tbs corner of Rutledge and Cannon
streots, with the BuUdings thereon, measuring ta front
on Cannon street 33 feet? inches, on the back lin? ?1
feet 6 inches, and in depth 73 feet 4 inches. - :?
: LOT No. 5L situate next east of Lot No. L measuring
on Cannon street 44 feet 6 inches, on the back line 45 feet
6 inches, and in depth 72 feet 9 inches. . '
LOTNo. 3, in said plat, next east of No. 2, measuring
in front on Cannon street 89 feet 6 inanes, on the back
line 40 feet, and In depth 7? feet 9 inches. _
LOT ??o, 4, situated next east of No. 8, measuring in
front on Cannon street 39 feet 6 inches, on th? back Une
40 feet, and In depth 72 feet 10 inches.
AR that LOT OE LAND, with several WOODEN BUILD?
ING S thereon, situate on Ann street opposite the Park,
feaeasuring in front on said street 27 feat, on the back line
80 feet, - more or less, and in depth 200 fest * inches;
bounding north on Ann street, east on land of Boyce,
and west os land of Coraoran, ss per plat of same sur
VCThe plats can be seen at tho Masters Office.
,. Terros^-One-fourtb cash;, balones in erne, two, three
ind four yam, secured by bond of the purchasers and
ea of 3? ps?mtt?a; the bt?kmgs on tSe lots tobe
i poBciss ?-tgnwd, Parch users topsy tor
papers. W. GRAY,
$eeemM*%sk^~* ^SfTttl Master tn Eqclty.
_ AUCTION SALES.
First Cargo New Crop Molasses and Choice Gro?
cery Sugars al Auction.
BY RISLEY ?Si CREIGHTON.
THIS DAY, tho 19th instant, at ll o'clock, A. il., at Ac?
commodation Wharf, will be sold.
The CARGO ex bark Orchilla, from Matanzas, Cuba:
15 hilda, choice Now Crop CLAYED MOLASSES
99 bbls. choice New Crop Mua->Dvado Molasses
27 hilde, superior Grocery Sugars.
Terms-AU sums under 4500, cash; S500 to $1500, 20
days; over S-1500, 30 days' approved city acceptance.
Raisins.' Raisins ! Raisins !
BY ISAAC E. HERTZ Si CO.
TO-MORROW, 20th inst., will soil, at our Store, No. 201
East Bay, corner of Cumberland 3trect,
200 BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
300 boxes Bunch Raisins
500 quarter boxes Layer Raisins.
Received per latest importation. Conditions cash.
Sea Island Summer Resort-Edingsvillc-for Sale,
BTC CLIFFORD & MATHBWES,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agcsits, No.
5G Bronc! Street.
Will be sold TO-MORROW, 20th inst., at thc old Custom
House, at ll o'clock.
The VILLAGE OF EDINGSVELLE, well known as the
healthy and delightful summer resort of the planters and
their families on Edisto Island.
This Village contains about 50 lots of large size, is im?
mediately on the ocean, adjoins Edieto Island, is 7 miles
from steamboat lauding, and about 40 miles from Charles;
ton. Steamboats from ihe city run twice a week and re?
turn. Sea bathing and delightful climate. Tho above
Lots will be sold singly.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, with in?
terest, secured by bond and mortgage of lots. Purchas?
ers to pay Clifford & Mathcwes for papers and stamps.
December 19 niwfsthl
French Cottee House.
BY WARDLAW & CAREW.
Will be sold, at 10 o'clock A. M., TO-MORROW, the
20th inst., at the French Coffee House, on East Bay,
All the FIXTURES, FURNITURE AND STOCK ol that
establishment, consisting of a well selected assortment of
Brandies, Whiskeys, Wines, Segara, &c, kc, together
with Marble-Top and Mahogany Tables, Chairs, Looking
Glasses, Stoves, Crockery, Dish Covers, Cutters, &c.
Desirable Residence at Auction.
BY W. Y. LEITCH S? R. S. BRUNS,
ON FRIDAY, the 28th instant, will be sold in front of the
Old Custom House, at ll o'clock, at Public Auction,
That elegant and commodious RESIDENCE, situated
at No. 36 Cannon street, measuring in front on Cannon
Btreet 55 by 200 feet deep. This Residence contains six
square rooms, two attics, with dressing rooms, pantry,
bath room and water closets. The house is supplied
throughout with water and gas, and has lately been entire?
ly repainted and repaired, and is in thorough order for
This property offers peculiar advantages for a resi?
dence, being equi distant from the lines of the City Rail?
way, and in a part of the city noted for its health.
On the premises is a large kitchen, store house, Btable
md carriage house, with a cistern and well of good
Terms.-One-third cash; balance in equal instalments,
payable in one and two years, with interest payable semi- .
annually, secured by bond and mortgage. Property in?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for
papers. mwf December. 17
Farm near Blackville, Barnwell District, al Auc?
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS,
Ja FRIDAY, the 28th instant, will be sold at Public
Auction, in front of the Old Custom House, at ll
AU that DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situate
ibout five miles from the Village of Blackville, on the
South Carolina Railroad. Said Farm contains 128 acres,
ibout 60 acres of which is cleared and fenced. The re si?
lence is of wood, contains four rooms. On the Farm are
i number of small buildings, with a kitchen.
This property is bounded north by lands of P. Hair,
>ast by lands of Capers' MUI. House, south by lands of
Darling Tomlinson, and west by Rogers' Branch.
Possession given immediately, and the property can be
examined by applying to Mr. W. JOHNSON, adjoining
the premises. ?
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable in twelve
nonths, with bond and mortgage of the pr operty. Pur
ihaser to pay us for papers. mwf December 17
Residence in Mary-street ( Ward 5) at Auction.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS,
Ja. FRIDAY, th? 28th inst., wfU be sold, in front of the
Old Custom House, at ll o'clock, at Public Auction,
That eligibly-situated RESIDENCE known as No.
S3 Mary-street, opposite -Nassau-street - This is a
?Vooden Residence, containing : six square Rooms, be?
tides a Pantry and two Dressing Rooms. On the premi
tes wfll be found a good Kitchen and Stable, and: a fine
listern ; Gas throughout. Location pleasant and healthy.
Terms-One-quaiter cash; balance payable In one and
wo years, seemed by bond and mortgage of the premi?
es, property insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
?y ns for-papers. mwf December 17
Residence in (Murnous-street ( Ward No. 7), a
BY W": Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS, ,
m FRIDAY, the 28th instant, win be sold at Public
Auction, in front of the Old Custom House, at ll
o'clocfe, ' f'
That desirable WOODEN DWELLING, situate on the
outh sidoof Columbus-street, known sa No. 19, con tato?
ng eight Rooms.- The Lot measures on Columbus-street
i feet,, by 50 feet in depth. " 1 .
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve months, se- .
urea by bond and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser.
o pay us for papers. '- mwf December 17
Plantation in Colleton District. ;
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE. . .._
'or Sale or Rent
The PLANTATION In Colleton District, Hying between
bte Ashepoo and Pou Don Rivers, and on the fine of thc
harleston " 'and Savannah Railroad, containing 1336
cres of land, more or less; of which, about 75 acres are
tice Land' under bank, and about 120 acres of Cotton,
nd Corn Land, the balance in Woods. The growth of
ia ber ia tho very best for getting out barrel staves,
oop poles, &c. There is about $20,000 worth of tim?
er on the place. There are 3 Barns, 10 Negro Houses,
nd a plain Dwelling on the Plantation.
Apply as above, at No. 23 BROAD STREET.
Sea Island Cotton Plantation on Wadmalaw
BY LOUTS D. OeSASSURE.
.t Private Sale
THE PLANTATION oh Wadmalaw Island, known as
LEDENWAH," containing about 276 acres of land,
bout 50 of which are in woods, (.nd the balance cotton '
nd corn lands, about 175 acres ol' which are prime Sea
aland Cotton lands. There are i\ peach orchard and
range grove on the plac?. The Plantation is healthy,
tie present owner having lived there with his family for
everal years previous to the late war.
Apply, as above, at No. 23 BROAD STREET.
Ll Valuable Sea Island Colton Plantation al Pri?
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS,
Sro Jeers and Auctioneers, No. 35 Broad St?
POINT PLANTATION.-This fine Plantation, contain
ag 573 acres of high, and a large body of marsh land, ia
ituated at the southern extremity of Wadmalaw Island,
t is bounded on the south by North Edisto River; on
he east by Lettenwah River (a branch of the Edisto); on
lie north by lands of Hugh Wilson, Esq;., and on the
rest by lands of E. Bates, Esq., and the estate of W. H.
leabrook. Before the war about 500 acres was under a
igh state of cultivation, and produced fine crops of .
jong Cotton of a superior quality. The situation of this
.lantation is unrivalled by any oilier in the vicinity. Ita
eputation as a sommer residence has been fuUy estab
Ished by the uninterrupted health of its former proprie
01. _wfm6 'December 12
- i ; Al Private Sate. _fj '
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
-1C6* 311^ Broa* stwwet. . .---i-t..!
. SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS rfcs\. - . i
' UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
RICE PLANTATIONS ,: ?
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS WATER-POWERS, SUMMER
U2SORTS, kc, Ssc, in this State and Georgia.
ALSO, - - ? .. - ?
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING" LOSS;
a every part of the city._arno September iff
Furniture, Horses. Vehicles, dc., qt Auction. ,
BY SCMTH & M?GlLLrVTKJV.Y,
io. HST JBrfejia?" street,; ?owOA sitie, neu Stet
Sales of FURNITURE, fie, afc private residences *.
gaded to at moderate chargea. _
Auctiott-evprr WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VKHICLB0,
UB?TJO!UBEi--?toj:a??ial?.paBt 10 o'clock, st our office,
October 2 __
AT PRIVATE S ALB ,
. SOUTH SIDE t NB AK STATE StFRKBST.
TR8T CLASS SEATBLAND COTTON PLIANTAT?O?S \
rALUABLE RICE FIXATIONS.?/??? *
'ALU ABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS A^FABMS '.
INTENSIVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORIES,
MILL SHES AND DEI JGHTFDL SUMMER RB&I
H?WS2S AND BUILDING 'LOTS of ?11