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SATURDAY MOBBING, DECEMBER 22, ISGG.
? LARGEST (MULATM K THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION E THE CITY.
f?*THB LIST OTf LETTEES R?C
IVLA-l J?"INTG- in tho 3?ostofHce nt the
encl of each week is pxiblisliecl offi?
cially in II? I? T3 .A. I I-< Y 2ST 33 W S
every IFriclay morning:.
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THANKS.-V7c tender our acknowledgments to
our friend M. M. QUINN for copied of Frank Iss?
ac's Illustrated Paper, and Frank Leslie's Ladies'
WE BET CEN our thanks to Mr. VOGLER, of Mar?
ket street, for a c^py of Frank Leslie's Ladies'
ME. WM. HENDEBSON, of the Bennottsville Journal,
called yesterday at our office. He is in the city on
business connected with his journal.
FrrtE.-A building on Edisto Island, the proper?
ty of Mr. J. J. B. FBE?, and occupiod by him as a
Btore and residence, was burnt down on last Mon?
day night, at aboxit half-past 10 o'clock, and thc
stock of goods, which was largo, entirely dc
troyed. As no fire bad been about the premises,
it is thought that it was the act of an incen?
THE GEBM?N SUNDAY SCHOOL, attached to the
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, comer of Hasol
and Anson streets, now numbers three hundred
pupils. Before tho war this school had a very
good librinry, which, however, bas suffered serious
inroads by the casualties of war, as well as by the
natural wear of several years' service. To remody
thi? evil, Mr. HOFFMAN, the Superintendent, bas
arranged an entertainment to come off on Thurs?
day evening nest, at the Hall of the il Bruderliche
Bund,'' Hie prooeeds of which are to be devoted to
the purchase of a new bbrary.
To KEEP OUT LOAFEES.-The boys of Steamer
Company No. 2, at Tolodo, Ohio, have prepared a
novel device to prevent loafers from lounging in
their room. In a long bench, where "visitors"
usually sit, they bavo arranged, by means of spring
wire, email sharp pointed steel instruments, which
have an "elevating'' tendency to those who at?
tempt to occupy the bench. We learn that seve
ralhave been "set up" rather suddenly by the in?
strument of torture, and were not slow to take the
hint intended. The company will not long be
annoyed by those who visit the place for no other
reason than to sit by a good fire, whittle and tel.
BISHOP ANDBEW.-This distinguished and vener?
able Divine arrived in Charleston on Thursday.
The Bishop is just from the Georgia Conference,
and was en route to the South Carolina Conference,
which is now in session at Marion. In consequence
of the Bishop's advanced age and feeble health, he
will not be able to reach Marion. His numerous
friends in this city have prevailed on bim to spend
some time in Charleston. Bf his health will per?
mit, he will preach Sabbath morning next in
Trinity Church, Hasel street. Bishop ANDBEW,
next to Bishop SOULE, is the oldest Bishop in the
Methodist Episcopal Church in America. He was
born in Georgia in 1793, entered the ministry in
1812, and was ordained Bishop in 1832. Moro than
half a century ago Bishop ANDBEW was stationed
in charge of the Methodist Churches in this city.
Nearly all his early associates have passed away.
Thc Bishop, although feeble, is in fine spirits. He
is enjoying the hospitalities of our townsman,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS', Esq.
APPOINTMENTS TN SOUTHEBN COLLEGES.-Eov.
GEOEGE W. MCPHAIL, o: Norfolk, Ta., who was
called to tho presidency of Davidson College, North
Carolina, has accepted that position. His many
friends in Yirgiaia will have reason to regret his
removal, but at the ?ame time must feel that
Davidson College has made a good selection.
Rev. J. C. STILES i?? called to the presidency of
Oglethorpe University, in Georgia. Mr. STILES is
a native of Georgia,' but has long been a resident
of "Virginia. Thotgh seventy years of age, he is
now engaged; as ne hus been for about six years
past, ia evangelistic labors in the churches at
large, and often ia those of other d?nominations
as well as his owi, his preaching being attended
almost everywhere with remarkable success.
Such a minister cannot well be spared from any
community, bu/ in view of thc influence which his
name, talents ?nd character will give to the uni?
versity, and o' tho repose which such a position
will afford to ihn in his advanced years, it seems
to bc a very jppropriate appointment.
KALMIA.--As the Kalmia Cotton Mills at Hamp?
ton, S. C., ie attracting some attention, we have
gone to thf'trouble of investigating the origin of
this ouphciious appellation. The Kalmia is a spe?
cies of bi?h growing all through tho Southern
Btates oniiigh sandy ground. It is so called after
PETEE E?LM, a pupil of LINNJEUS, just as our Mag
nolia af?r tho botanist, Dr. MAGNOL. Its flower
has a }tlyx five-parted, Corolla salver-form, with
a bor&r continuing at the base into .ten cornute
protuberances, in the cavities of which the anthers
are oncealed. Stamens 10, Stylo 1, Capsule five
celld. The Kalmia Latifdiia, "Calico flower3'' or
"Ivj Bush" is the most common variety of it."
?Dr. J. J. CHISOLM, we understand, belongs
onor of having first suggested the name in
jction with the cotton mills at Hampton. Mr.
GtEGG's settlement near Graniteville had been so
c [led before, and bscame principally known to the
liding public from Mr. YEADON'S letters from
; ilmia, published during tho war.
UNITED STATES DISTBICT COCET_The argu
lent in tho case of the owners and crew of the
Hclalor us. tho Mazatlan, for salvage, was con
luded yesterday, by RICHABD YEADON, Esq., Tor
ballants. The Judge awarded the libellants one
fth of thc appraised value of the ship and cargo
of tho Mazatlan, which being $14,642, the salvage
mil be $2928.10.
MAYOB'S COUET, December. 21.-Henry Drano
and Hastings' Ford, two belligerent men of color,
?who were anxious to givo each other a lesson in
the art of self-defence, at the head of the Market
and thereby collected a crowd and established
themselves as rioters, were arrested and brought
up to the bar, where his Honor, having heard tho
evidence, fined the first $10, and the other $5.
Milo Smith, a "cullud pusson," with no respect
for the law or its officers, and who was determined
to give an exhibition of his contempt to the first
one he came across, paid $5 for threatening a po?
J In conse quence of the extreme cold weather last
?ight, there were eight cases of drunkenness and
lying down in the street, some of whom were fined
some put in the cells to warm, and some bound
over to keep the peace.
There were three smokers on the wharves, who
appeared and planked down handsomely.
In THE Court of Appeals, on "Wednesday, tho fol?
lowing causes wore beard or otherwise disposed of :
Abel Gandy vs. Choraw and Darlington Rail?
Josiah Byrd a<ls. Evandor Byrd. Struck off.
Nathan Gardner ads. Tho "State. Referred to
Court of Errors.
Wm. G. McKnight vs. John A. Gordon. Con?
Chas. Saids and Henry Crosby ads. The Slate.
Argued by Mr. Henderson for motion. Mr. Bchre
on same side. Solicitor Yoemans contra.
Dennis Drawdy and Jos. C. Padgett ads. Thc
State. Mr. Bchre for motion. Solicitor Youmans
John Johnson and wife vs. Abram Gilbert el a7..
Mr. Youmans, representing Mr. Prince, read writ?
ten argument for appellants. Mr. J. S. G. Richard?
son for appellees. Mr. Justice Inglis, having been
of counsel in tho cons:, withdrew from the bench,
and Chancellor Carroll sat in his stead.
Tho argument of this case closed tho docket-.
The Court will meet to-day, at 10 A. M., to an?
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT of tho Socond Presby?
terian Church w ill take place to-morrow afternoon,
at 31 o'clock.
Several new pieces will he sung by the childron,
and addresses will ho delivered.
All are invited to attend.
LARGS CEEAEANCE.-Messrs. W. B. SMITH & Co.
cleared yesterday thc ship JVunquam Dormio. for
Liverpool, with the following hoavy and valuable
cargo, -viz: 61 bags Sea Island and 3552 bales of
Upland Cotton. Tho Hfunquam Dormio ia a first
class merchantman of 1096 tons. The cargo of
this ship is tho largest sont from the port this
season, and is of great value, being put down at
THE EXHIBITION at the Second Presbyterian
Church last night was a marked success. Tho
church was full, both of small and large children.
Professor HOLMES' benoptric lantern behaved ad?
mirably. The Scripture scenes were brought home
to every eye, and delighted the entire audience,
but the church mouse carried off the palm, hoing
certainly the funniest sceno exhibited to the high
delectation of the juveniles. The Sunday School,
for whose benefit this exhibition was given, owe
Professor HOLMES a large debt of gratitude. The
singing was very fine, speaking well for tho pains
taken by Mr. C. N. AVERILL, under whose direc?
tion this part .of the exercises was performed.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.-Wo are indebted to Messrs.
E. J. DAWSON & Co. for two valuable Law Re?
ports-one of the Common Law series, and one ol
the Equity series-the former edited by J, R.
BULWER, Q. C.. and the latter by G. W. HEMMING,
Barrister at Law.
Mr. DAWSON has also sent ns a copy of the new
edition of the History of South Carolina, by WM.
GILMORE SIMMS, published by RICHAEDSON & Co.
This work is too well known in all our schools tc
need commendation from ns.
BLACKWOODS MAGAZTNE.-Mr. RUSSELL has sent
us the November number of Old Ebony. The
contents are as follows : ^
1. Nina Balatka. 2. Cornelius O'Dowd. *3. His?
toric Portraits. 4. Sir Brook Fossbrooke, con?
clusion. 5. Scraps of Verse from a Tourist's Jour?
nal. 6. Celestial Rule and Rebellion. 7. Three
Presidents of the United States. 8. What should
the Ministers do ?.
"Nina Balatka" is an excessively dull and prosy
story. Cornelius O'Dowd gets off a good tiling
occasionally, bnt he is a cantankerous old chap,
full of crotchets and prejudices, and not a safe
guide. The article on the Three American Presi?
dents (ANDBEW JACKSON, ABRAHAM, LINCOLN, and
ANDREW JOHNSON) displays a great deal of igno?
rance of the true character of these men, as wei]
as an entire misconception of many of their pub?
lic acts. On the whole, "Blackwood" is getting tc
be a very stripid Magazine, rapidly - pushed to thc
wall by many of its younger, more dashing anc
rigorous competitors. As we do not like to give
up old friends; we hope that old Maga will re?
juvenate somewhat, and not give Tip the race with
Mit a struggle.
CHARLESTON INDIA RUBBER FACTORY.-By invita
fcion we yesterday visited this new institution fo:
the manufacture of heavy rubber, such as ca:
3prings, belting, hose,- packing, &c, situated a
Rikersville, near the Ashley River. Tho building ii
a larg 2 and substantial structure of wood, 120 fee
long and 50 feet wide, with a boiler house and i
3hed adjoining, the whole length of the buildinj
containing tho heater for vulcanizing the rubber
The machinery is of the most improved character
md capable of turning out the best goods in larg
quantities,-of the style they propose to manufac
ture,-and at as cheap rates as can be had North
The machinery is driven by a fine engine of Co
horse power, mado at Trenton, N. J., which i
?upplied with steam from two large flue boilers
built hy Messrs. FEEEMAN & PDNDT, of this city
and as a whole it "is conceded that this will be as
complote a rubber faotory as any in the country.
The President of this Company, Mr. H. D
STOVEE, has had much experience, and has assc
ciated with him men of energy and indqmitabl
perseverance, whose efforts will overcome all ol
stacles. Mr. JOSIAH J, BURGESS, thc Manager an
Treasurer, was President of tho Mead Rubbe
Company of Trenton, N. J., and is a large stool
holder in this. A. BEOWN is tho Secretary, an
CHAS. P. DODGE Assistant Secretary, with JOH
M. EASTERBY Superintendent, and H. J. KNAUP
Engineer. The Trustees of the Company are E
D. STOVER, J. J. BURGESS, THOS. PAYNE, JOH
MURRAY and EDWAED HEABN.
The machinery has been put in full operatioi
working to the entire satisfaction of all, and th
manufacture of rubber may be soon- expected i
our city. The Company intend to continue mal
ing improvements on their property, which, in
Bhorfc time, will doubtluss present a flourishin
and pleasing appearance.
TUBNVEEEIN.-By an advertisement in anothc
co uran it will he seen that thc Turnverein wi
give an jntertainment at their Hall in King stree'
between Broad and Tradd skeets, on Tuesday eve
ning next. Tickets ave to bo had of the memhei
of the Society.
SPLENDID CROCKERY.-We invite attention to tl
advertisement of WILLIAM L. WEBB", NO. 5 Hayn<
street, who has on hand a most elegant assortmei
of crockeryware, of every variety and patten
which ho is ready to dispose of on the most rei
Bonable terms. . In his extensive stock will be form
many articles which will make capital ?hristnu
KINSMAN'S is a pleasant place to visit just nov
There is no store on King street more fr?quente!
whether for ice cream in summer, toys and minc
pies at Christmas, or cake and candy at all time;
Thero is a great variety of tempting articles dil
played here, and everytning of the best. Tho ?
cent fire for a while necessitated the closing <
the establishment, hut Mr. K. is irrepressible, an
although both lire and water tried their best i
extinguish him, he was not "put out" by the*
fierce elements. He soon conquered fortune, si
np bis far-famed candy factory, rehabilitated tl
old establishment, and has now as sweet a store t
any in the City of Charleston.
To THOSE wanting Artificial Legs or Arms v
would call particular attention to the advertisemei
in another column, m th?
OLD BBOWN WINDSOR.-Thc original Ohl Brown
Windsor Soap, which lias been deservedly famous,
has now a successful rival in that manufactured by
COLGATE & Co., New York, which is pronounced
fully equal to the imported article. In this case,
as in others, American ingenuity of no
ADVERTISED D? SMILES is Sozodonl, and if you uso
it daily, the whito gleam of tho pearls between tue
parted rubies will prove ita excellence as a Denti?
frice, and the sweetness of tho breath will attest
its purifying properties. tus2
WHY FEE THE DENTISTS ?-Use SOZODONT daily,
and your teoth will seldom or never uocd scraping
or filling,for they will never bc defiled by unwhole?
some concretions, or bc honey-combed by decay.
Decomber 18 tus2
A NEGLECTED COUGH, COLD, OR SORE THROAT.
which might bc checked by a simplo remedy like
Brown's Bronchial Trochee," if allowed to pro?
gress may terminate seriously. For Bronchitis,
Asthma, Catarrh, and Consumptive Coughs. 'Tho
Troches" arc used with advantage, giving often?
times immediate roli?T. Singers and public speak?
ers will find them also excellent to clear thc voice
and render articulation wonleriuliy casv. mwD
TESTLMONIALS have been discarded by the pro
prietor of Pectoral Balm, preferring to refer to
undoubted witnesses. Thousands arc in eve
community, willing, aye. anxious to add their tes?
timony to tho efficacy of this preparation, which
has proved so successful in the treatment of all
Bronchial Complaints. For sale by ali Druggists
KING & CASSLDEY, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
J. A. ENSLOW & C.i. will ecll at auction this day, in
front of their store, No. 12G East Bay, at 10 o'clock, bar?
rels Irish potatoes, onions and turnips; also, a lot of
WE REFER TO JOSH COMMINS, NO. 137 Meeting street,
up stairs, where he offers boots and shoes for Christmas
at retail, good, substantial and cheap.
December 20 4
Many persons have within thia summer experienced
the benefits to be derived from the use of PANKNIN'S
HEPATIC BITTERS. We would recommend them to all
who stand in need of a tonic.
For Bale by all Druggists. s October 6
"A SLIGHT COLD," COUGHS.-Few are aware of the
importance . of checking a cough or "slight cold" in its
first stage; that which in tho beginning would yield to a
mild remedy, if neglected, soon attacks tho lungs,
"Brown's BroncJiial Troches" give sure and almost imme?
diate relief. "The Troclies" have proved their efficacy by a
test of mauy years, and have received testimonials from
eminent men who have used them. tuths3
THE DAT is fast coming upon us when the use of Paint
and Powder wiU bo abandoned, as the ladies are fast
learning the use of EPPEKG'S Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla
and Queen's Delight, as it renders the skin soft and rosy,
December 18 tuths3
''Onward, right onward,
Into the Valley nf BeaL'i,
Rode thc Six Hundred."
But larger, by hundreds multiplied into millions, than
the doomed band who rode to swift destruction in TEN?
NYSON'S poem, ?s the great cavalcade of unhappy men
who are rushing lo untimely graves, followed by the
gaunt spectre DYSPEPSIA. This is all wrong, and should
cease. There is no necessity for it. PLANTATION BIT?
TERS, the great Stomachic Bain Killer, cures Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, Headache. Vertigo, Dullness, and all symp?
toms of kindred character, as if by magic. He who has
no excuse for illness is indeed guilty, if he continues to
suffer. PLANTATION BITTERS may be had everywhere I
They are cheap, reliable and sure !
. BUY, TRY, AND BE CURED.
December 18 tuihsS
To PLANTEES.-If you wish Fertilizers, apply to J. N.
BOBSON, No. 62 East Bay, who has always a large stock,
and on the most favorable terms.
November 20 su thsmSmos
To THE LOVERS OF GOOD CORN BEEAD_Take ono
pint of good sweet Badi?n Meal, one tea-cup of Flour, a
little Salt, and sift these together, with three small tea?
spoonfuls of PIONEEB Yr.AST POWDER (no other will
do), rub in a piece of sweet bitter the size ot an egg; add
one pint of sweot milk, and two eggs well beaten; a
spoonful of Sugar will improve it; put into pans and
bake in a quick oven.
For sale by HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
No. 197 East Bay street, Charleston, S. C.
November 17 stuthlmo
PIONEER SOAP ! No. 3 !-Superior to all ! Pioneer soap
most economical of all !
Sold by H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
No. 197 East Bay street, Charleston, S. C.
November 17 stuthlmo
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL NOTICE.-Drs. CLEOELEY i;
SOHLET (of Columbus, Ga.,) having permanently located
in Charleston, respectfully tender their sorvices to the
citizens, in the practice of Homoeopathy,
j Dr. C. has had the experience of fifteen years in this
school of medicine.
Ofiice ai our residence, No. ll, S. W. corner COLLEGE
I and GREEN STREETS (corner of Green).
HERVEY M. CLECELET, M. D....PITTED? T. SCHLEY, M. D.
September 5_ lyr
AT NO. 31 MARKET ST., OPPOSITE ANSON STREET,
Commencing Saturday, December 22d,
From 1 o'clock to IO o'clock P. M.
npiHE PUBLIC ARE- SOLICITED TO CALL AND
X view the scenes of this GRAND ITALIAN PANO?
RAMA, which is, without doubt, one of the best that
ever visited this place.
SCENES TO CHANGE DAILY.
Admission 25 cents. Children and colored persons 15
cents. Sio. G. COSTA.
December 21 2*
Eine Afc cndirati-rlia.lt rang
toirb ftattftnh- t am 28ei$naa)t? Slbenb, 2)icnftag ben 25ten
2)ec. in ber :?nrn=SaHe. t?intritt?lartcn ftnb bei allen
Stfiitgticbem be$ 5Berein3 ju fcaben.
December 22 2 SDaS Committee
%lb en&untevf} aUtmg
Sie J?inber ber beutf?en <SonntagSfci)uIc, nnterftiifet
?on einigen ?teunben, ?erben am Wbenbe bee 27tcnbieie8
9RonatS tn ber Salle bes Sr?bettiajen SunbeS eine 2?6enb
Unterhaltung geben, lim Kittel jur 2lnfci)affuug con SS?c?)
ern ut erlangen.
(Smtritt?farten, $u 50 cent?, finb son alien Centern, f?
h?ie con ben folgenben S?ufern ?U be3icven : Scrrn Uffet
f)atbt & (Samm'en, Scnrti ?tegling, unb &o?be?c>}.
2>er tooyltp?tige 3?cd! tiefe* Unternehmens f?r eine
?d)ule uon 300 ?inbcrn ift ber. ?ufmcr?fam?eit unferer
betitf?en SUHtb?rger ?otfjadjtung?&ollft empfohlen.
H. ?. Soffman, iScrftanb
W. C. COURTNEY & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Have removed their office from No. 35 Hayne-st. to
No. 9 BOYCE'S WHAEF.
Being aware that tliere -is an im?
pression in the mind of the public
that all kinds of merchandise has
greatly depreciated in value within
the last few weeks, although that de?
preciation is confined principally to
fancy and undesirable goods, we
have decided to MASK ALL OF OUR
GOODS at snell prices as will insure
an imm?diate sale of our large and
well assorted stock of CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS. Tve
earnestly recommend buyers to ex?
amine our stock before purchasing.
Below is a partial list of our For?
mer and Present Prices :
FINE FRENCH BEA VEE OVERCOATS. .S47.0O $40.00
FINE. IRISH FKEESE OVERCOATS.30.CO 25.00
HEAVY MIX OVERSACKS. 18.00 15.00
HEAVY MIX OVERSACKS. 12.00 10.00
FINE TRICOT SUITS. 48.00 43.00
SCOTCH CASSIMERE SUITS. 45.00 35.00
FINE BROWN AND GOLD MIX SUITS... 40.00 32.00
FINE FANCY SUITS. 40.08 30.00
DARK MIX CASSIMERE Suns.3.^.00 30.00
FTNE SECK MTX SUITS. 35.00 30.00
FANCY SUITS.15.00 13.00
MIXED SACKS. 8.00 6.00
FANCY SACKS. 5.00 4,00
FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS (all -wool)_ 8.00 6.00
ALT, WOOL CASSIMERE VESTS. 4.00 3.00
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 270 KING, COR. IIASEL-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 8 3 O,
AT CORKER OF EAST BAY AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW EE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HAYE RECEIVED BURING THE
past week a lar^e luvoice of
to fill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at?
tractive styles of GARMENTS of all
BOIS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY TN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS?
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
well supplied with a variety of
which can be made up under the su?
pervision of a first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that will favor us with
B. W. JMeTCRBOUS, Saj-.arint j.TUem.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
JUTT3 OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER Al
November 27 - MERCHANT TAILOR.
Assorted Casks Crockery and Sundries.
BY WILBUR ?Si soy.
MONDAY next, 2tth inst., at our salesrooms, corner
State and Chalmer* streets, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold,
A large \axiety of assorted CROCKERY-Ewers and
Basins, Mugs, Pitchers. Bowls, Teas, Chambers, Scol?
loped Nappers, Jugs. Tea Pots, Spittoons, Hatchets,
Door Mats, nests Pubs, Satchel:?, Clothes Lines and
Pius, Pipes (in great variety), Whiskey. Ale, Bacon,
Conditio is cash. ^> Deceiobor 22
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Wo. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
December 21 imo Under the American Hotel.
OLD Aiii) WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Bichards,
NO. 32 BROAD STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HIS FREENDS
and tho public generally that he ia now receiving
his Stock of
CONSISTIDO or :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Caseimeres, in great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, S?t and Cassimerc Vestings.
All of which are of the best
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
I take pleasure in informing the public that having se- j
cured the services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
in Europe and America, is prepared to guarantee A FIT
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
I would inform the old patrons of the establishment that
I have their
AND CAN FILL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
D0RBA?M & MENKE,
No. 186 .KING STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABO VE H0RLBECE78 ALLEY.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEES NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of the
finest FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOE- |
SKINS, and a fuU variety of the neatest and latest style
patterns of CASHMERES, VELVETS, SILKS, tc.,
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overcoats, and a full |
supply of Medium Grade cloths and Cassim cres for Bu
They are now prepared to make up Garments as cheap?
ly as can be done in any Northern city, and finished in
t?ie latest and most fashionable styles, or in any style that
They respectflplly invite their friends and the public to
call and examine tho stock for themselves.
All orders will be promptly executed and gocd fits and
prompt workmanship will be guaranteed.
November 10 stuthSmo
, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 57, 50
J\_ and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo_A. T. HAMILTON.
WHOLESALE EETATX. TVgAT.TTTt rS
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS,
ISTo. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23 6mos CHARLESTON, S. C.
COME AIL WHO WISH TO BE TAUGHT.
NIGHT MOL! MUST SCHOOL!
J. REEVE GIBBES',
ROOMS CORNER BROAD AND CHURCH STS., '
FBOM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK, P. M.
BOYS OVER 12 YEARS OF AGE, YOUNG GENTLE?
MEN, and all who are anxious to learn, are invited
to call and see bim. Terms moderate.
Bookkeeping, English, Reading, Writing, and Mer- ?
can tile Arithmetic taught.
. , ALSO,
BOOKS WHITTEN UP, Errors Detected, Bills Made
Out, and aU manner of Writing done by applying at the
ROOMS, CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS.
September 25 _ gmo
MAGRATH & LOWNDES,
No. 69 Broad-street.
A. G. MAGRATH. JAMES LOWNDES.
December i . ? <?
Will bo sold, Tills MOli.MSU, ?BH^lBav 10
'r.D bbls."IRISH POTAfHKjpS
40 bbl.". O?ioilS -, "^vWWF
ll bbl-'. Turnips. ??_Pggcmbcr 22
T'cine ! Tuimey
BY .7. A. ENSLOW ?i cc
Will bo sold, THIS MORNING-, thc 22') instant, at 1U
o'clock, in iront ol* our store. No. J 25 Bay,
- 1 JA LES TWINE. _Doechibc" 22
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY ic Co.,
No. 'S'.i'J King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing; Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Coots and
Shoos. Cutlary. Perfumery and Soaps.
Closing Salo of the season of Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods. Gold and Silver Watches. Fire Crack?
ers. Tons. Brandies, Whiskeys, JS'oiiotis, Gro?
ceries, Choice iiuttcr. Glass " Ware, Crockery,
<tc, <i"C.. lo close np consi'pimcfiis.
' McKAY Si CAMPBELL,
Cash. Auction Hoiife, No. 05 I!n.scl-street,
Opposite New "Postofl?oc,
Will sell on MONDAY, 24th inst., at 10 o'clock, and con?
tinue at 7 o'clock in tho Evening,
GOODS SUET ABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS-Broad?
cloths, Cassininres, Tweed?, Loincloths, B-;iukots, Flan?
nels (Red and White); Chemise, Pantalettes, Sewed;
Ladies", Gents', and Children's Hosiery and GIOVCB, Un?
dershirts, Clothing, Pants stuff, Fancy Goods, Notions,
Reads, &o., &c.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Jewelry, Plated
Ware, Sic, kc.
! FIRE CRACKERS, TOYS. &c. &c.
ALSO. ON ACCOUNT O" AX ESTATI?,
CO CASES V.'HISICEYS, RRANDIES, HUMS, WINES,
- GROCERIES, CANNED MEATS, Glass Ware, Crockery,
CHOICE BUTTER, kc, kc.
CHOICE ARTICLES FURNITURE, for Christmas pre?
sents. December 22
Havana Sugar, on account, of whom ii may con?
cern-t?y order of the Spanish Consul.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
On THURSDAY, 27th December, at ll o'cl ock, will be
sold by Auction, at tho new Custom House Stores,
COO BOXE-? HAVANA SUGAR OE VARIOUS GRADES.
The said Sugars comprise a part of the cargo of the
Spanish brig "Joven Jose," Eradu a Master, which put
into this port in distress, whilst on her intended voyage
from Havana to Antwerp, and sold for acooun t of whom
it may concern, by order of the Spanish Consul.
I December 18
UBI DEB. DECBEE IN EQUITY.
Samuel BT. Broxonlee et al. vs. Angelina G. Earnest, Ad?
ministratrix, et al.
On MONDAY, thc 7th day of January, 18G7, at 12 o'clock
M., I will sell before the Court House, in Walterbor
ough, S. C.,
The following VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND, belong?
ing to the Estate of the late Noel Brownlee:
TRACT NO. 1.-Containing 27G acres, moro or less,
bounded south by lands formerly of George Muckonfuss;
north by the Four Hole Creek; east by Brownlee tract,
and west by lands unknown.
TRACT NO. 2.-Containing 46 ?? acres, bounded north
by Thomas Way's land; east by George Way's land; west
by Noel Brownlec's land, and south by lands unknown.
TRACT NO. 3.-Containing 831 7-10 acres, bounded
north by lands of Harley & Hutson; cast by lands for?
merly of J. Walter; south by lands of T. W. Harley;
southeast and southwest by lands of E. B. Scott, Esq.
TBACT NO. 4.-Containing 770 acres, more or less,
bounded north by lands of B. Cummings and Mrs. Viard's
lands; west bylands of Mrs. Viard and lands supposed
to be granted to P. Givham, and E. Cummings' land;
south and southeast by John Campbell's land; northeast
by lands of John Canrpbell and B. Cnmmings.
TBACT NO. G.-Containing 1212 acres, more or less,
lying on thc Cypress Swamp and Captain's Creek.
The above described Tracts all situate in St. George's,
Collo.ton, near the South Carolina Railroad.
The following Tract, known as the "ISAAC'S TRACT,"
situate partly in Charleston and partly in Colleton Dis?
tricts, containing 863 acres, lying' on the Cypress Swamp,
head.waters of tba Ashley River, and bounded on the
north and northeast by the lands of J. P. Brownlee; west
and northwest by lands of Woolf and Wm. Cummings;
south and southeast by lands of the estate of Elijah
Brownlee and the Cypress Swamp.
TEBMS.-One-third cash; balance payable on a credit of
one and two years, in two equal annual instalments, se?
cured by bond bearing interest from day of sale, personal
security and mortgage of the property.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
B. STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, November 2U, 1866.
Deoember 1 s5ml
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-IN ADMIRALTY.
The Owners, Captain and Crew of Hie Steam Tug
"Chrisliana" vs. Schooner Mail, Cargo ana
W. Y. LEITCH k B. S. BBUNS, AUCTIONEERS.
By virtue of an Order of Sale, to me directed, from the
Honorable the Judge of the District Court of South
Carolina, in Admiralty, for the District aforesaid, in the
above case, I will expose for sale, at Public Auction, on
Union Wharves, in thc port of Charleston, at 12 o'clock
M., on MONDAY, the 24th December, 1866,
THE HULL OF THE SCHOONEE MAIL, with such
Masts and Spars as are on board, as she now lies at said
wharves. Burthen - tons.
ALSO, AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE,
THE CARGO, consisting of - M Shingles.
THE SAILS, RUNNING GEAR, COMPASS, and other
Appurtenances and Furniture belonging to said schooner,
as saved by tho smack Gov. Perry and crew, a list of
which will be read out at the time of sale.
Conditions cash. J. P. M. EPPING,
December 20 U. S. Marshal.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
At Private Sale
40,000 WHITE AND WILLOW OAK WAGON SPOKES
thoroughly seasoned. /_"2_December 22
Havens* Point, John's Island.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE ?Sc SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers, and Real Estate Ag'ts.
At Private Sale
RAVENS' POINT, a valuable Cotton and Provision
Plantation, situate on the northwestern corner of John's
Bdand, within a few miles of the healthy village of Rock?
ville. ThePlantation comprises 750 acres, more or less;
600 of which are cleared (balance in virgin timer) ; 300 of
these aro good, fine Cotton lands. This land is triangu?
lar, and three-quarters of a mile fencing is sufficient to
enclose the place. The Plantation is well sottled, with a
good residence, and all necessary outbuildings and
houses for operatives. On the Plantation are a large
number of operatives who cultivated thc lands the past
year. This is a very valuable place, and worthy tho at?
tention of agriculturists.
For particulars apply as above, at
December 22- ?_No. 58 EAST BAY.
Attention Capitalists--Tlie Spartanburg Iron Works
at pr?vale sale.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Real Estate Brokers, No. 2,7 Broad street.
This valuable piece of property is situated on the Pace
let River, 7 miles from the viUage oi Spartanburg, the
head of railroad communication with Charleston. It ia
situated on 18,000 acres of land in oro region of iron and
gold. There is a tram railroad, 10 miles long, which
supplies the Works with fuel. For further particulars
apply as above. 2 December 22
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY^
No. 537 Broad street?
At Private Sale- *
A line PIANO, A SEWING MACHINE, and a SADDLE
PONY. 1 December 22
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, &c, at Auction.
BY SMITH - Si MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street, south side, near Stat -
Sales of FURNITURE, kc, at private residences t
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEHICLES,.
FURNITURE, kc, at half-past 10 o'clock, at our office.
Plantation on John's Island.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The PLANTATION on John's Island on the Steno Riv?
er, about ten miles from Charleston, containing 334 aerea
of high land and about 100 acres of rush land; of which
about 61 acres are in woods and the balance cleared Sea
Island Cotton and Provision land. On the place are a
Dwelling House, two Cotton Houses, and Negro Houses.
For particulars, apply as above, at.
December ll tuths6 No. 23 BROAD ST.
Sea Island Cotton Lands, Beaufort District.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
'"BOSEFIELD" PLANTATION, lying between the
Combabee and Pocotaligo Eivers, about seven miles
from the present terminus of the Cfcs. Railroad and
Pocotaligo Depot-, containing 575 acres of first quality Sea
Island Cotton and Provision Land, of which 476 acres
aro cleared, and the balance in wood. On the place are
a new DweUing with four rooms, three large Barns, hew
Horse-Power McCarthy Gin, Houses for the accommoda?
tion of about forty hands. There is now sufficient labor
on the place, and more can be obtained in the vicinity.
Apply as above, at NO. 23 BROAD STREET.
December 18_ tuthsG
Valuable Vacant Lot on King street al Private
BY Z. B. OAKES.
That valuable LOT OF LAND on the west side of kins
street, second lot above Clifford's Alley, and immediately
to the east of the cemetery of the Unitarian Church,
measuring in front and rear S3 feet 10 inches, -and from
150 to 200 feet in dopt.h.
For price and terms apply asabovB, ?t'
December 21 3 No. 4BBOAD-STBKET.