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TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 18G7.
T?O CAL MATTERS.
To orn SCBSCHIBEBS.- We would call Ibo atten?
tion of thoao who aro indebted to UH throughout
tho country, that tho old year is closing and thoir
accounts aro not yet scttlod. Tho price of sub?
scription is not large, and will not bo missed from
their plethoric pockots. The first of January has
long been celebrated as a day set apart for closing
old accoTiuts, and wo would not have our friends
depart froji this time-honored custom. Money is
the motive power of oyory enterprise, and news?
papers are DO exception, and wc. respectfully ask
our country subscr.bors to cash up Rnd commence
the new year with a clear record.
NEW TEAK'S DAY.-To-day being tho first ol the
year, in accordanco with a timc-honorod custom
no paper will be issuod from this office to-morrow.
A holiday in &.printing office- is rare, and all. from
the Devil to the Editor, will :enjoy tie opening of
the year,-and ,?they each and severally wish all
many happy returns of tho s&mo. - '
"THE BLACK CROOK" bas our thanks for his
kindly Now Tear's visit.
J. PEF.OSNEATJ GIBBES, Esq., has been appointed
by His Excellency Governor OBK a Notary Publio
for Charleston District.
ASHLEY ENCAMPMENT, NO. 3,1. O. O'. P.-At a re?
gular meeting of this Encampment, held on Mon?
day evening, 10th inst., the following officers were
duly elected to servo for tho ensuing term:
Patriarch W. F. DUNLAP, C. P.
Patriarch J. E. MEYER. H. P.
Patriarch WM. CBEASER. S. W.
Patriarch Q. KRUSE, J. W.
Patriarch L C. LOYAL. Scribe.
Patriarch W. E. MULLIGAN, Treasurer.
CORONER'S INQUEST.-Mr. EUGENE E. ADAMS, the
sufferer by the late accident on tho Street Railway,
died from tho injuries receivod on that occasion.
At an inquest held by Magistrate KAJ.ATATJX dur?
ing tho ab?once of. Coroner NVHTXIKO, the fo?owing
verdict wnb 'returned :'""That "said "?ucuifliE L.
ADAMS came to his death from a wound received in
his head-on Wednosday, thc 16th inst., from the
running away of a pair of horso-t attached to the
Street Railroad cars, and the iury attach no blame
to tho employees of said road."
THE STREET RAILBOAD.-Tho Coroner's Jury
summoned to .decide tho .tytuae .of Mr. E. L.
ADAMS' death have exonerated the Street Railroad
from all blame.* While wc deplore tho melancholy
accident, it is still a matter of rejoicing to know
that the unfortunate youth did not come to his
death by any carelessness on tho part of the em?
ployees of tho road. Such an accident is liable to
any similar corporation, and we feel convinced that
the greatest care was taken to prevent any occur?
rence of this sort. Tho rules and regulations of
the railroad are clearly defined, and, as far as we
know, have been fully obeyed ; but neither the
drivers or conductors arc ablo lo guard against
such accidents as that which causod the death of
AN ACT OP HEBOISM_On last Friday, while Mr.
W. CREASER, of thia city, was proceeding onboard
of the steamer Adele, tho gangway plank became
detached from the vessel and Mr. C. slipped and
fell between the boat and tho whirf. Although an
expert swimmer, thc circumscribed space prevent?
ed him exercising himself, and he was drawn down
by the suction of the vejseL Mr. Wu. C. REID,
the chief officer of the steamer, noticing the dis?
aster, Immediately wont to the rescue, and it is
owing to his humane efforts on i timely assistance
that Mr. CREASES was saved. By grasping a friend?
ly arm and lowering himself te the .water's edge he
was enabled te seize Mr. C. as he was about to
sink for tho last time. Mr. REID'S act was ono of
personal'daring, for he was aware that tho drown?
ing struggles of Mr. CBEASUJI wotild probably pull
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD Bonna.-The Audi?
tor of the South Carolina Railroad, in another
column of "THE NEWS this morning, announces
that the Company is prepared to pay all the inter?
est due on their coupons for January, 1867. The
foreign debt of $2,000,000 has been similarly pro?
vided for in London. Wo are sincerely glad to
be able to record this. Tho business of Uie Com- tl
pany is steadidly improving, as our readers may b
bave noticed, from tho very large receipts of ti
cotton daily published for sorao weeks past. On b
Saturday last no leas than TJ44 bales reached k
Charleston over this road. i
The South Carolina Railroad Company have had a ti
long and tough struggle with the bequest of debt
and destruction loft them by tho closing of the war.
But its friends will be p cased to learn that the
damages to road, depots, station houses, bridges
and rolling stock, has been generally repaired, and
that toor "jrt?jout ' adding: by loans lo the debt of
the Company, which, like many individuals, put
its shoulders to tho wheel aud worked out-no
iVi anira to HERCULES.
The stockholders, we tako it, have concluded to
be just (to others) before thoy can'affdrd~to be
generous (to themselves). Another six months
may pnt them in a position to treat themselves
once more to a semi-annual dividend. We should
be glad to record similar success of all our Rail?
MAYOR'S COURT, December DI.-Three men, who
had got into a fight at the solicitation of John Bar?
leycorn, Esq.. sit a low down- tar-room, but who
were stopped before much harm waa "clone, were
brought np, and two of. thom wore fined $2 oach,
?TI ri the other discharged.
A belligerent-young man, who got drunk on Sun?
day, and ;was searching about for some ono to tread
on bia coat tail, was fined $5.
An individua], who no doubt is looking forward
lo an.''IndianA-goncv," wis fined So for practicing
the war whoop in King street, at 2 o'clock in the
morning. . . v i "??
Abram Simmons, a eolored citizen, who had vis?
ited the market on Saturday night with the evi?
dent intention- of ?making a - haul, and seeing
nothing better wi thin' reach than a buggy and
horse, the-vehicle doodad with provisions, standing
at the outside waiting for its'owner, kindly con?
sented to put np .with, these trifles, and so jump?
ing in drove off, quite, pleased with his escalation.
The horse and buggy 'have since boon found, bnt
the "wittles" which freighted the carriage are
non est inventas. Abram has been turned over to
a magistrate, who has sent him where he will find
it more buggy than the market, and where he can
exercise his genius for grabbing aa much aa ho
THE STREET BRIGADE.-0?y yesterday morning,
when wp observed this fine body of men, properly
armed and .accoutred, though not in-uniform,
making their appearance on tho streets, it gave ns
great pleasure-for we were under the impression
that the crossings in-.the business parts of the city
were to be cleaned, and "tho loads of shiny mud
which a person has to pass through when bis
affairs call him from' one side of tho street to the
other, were abone to be removed with their shovels
and spades. On Sunday, as well as on yesterday,
the flagstones across the street?- were not only
slippery, but exceedingly dangerous to pedestrians,
who had, to step with more than-ordinary caro to
avoid a Bevere 'fall; and we would really suggest te
the authorities that in such weather as we have
had lately that those spots should bo continually
cleansed, and made safe for passers by. -As the
brigade seemed te be anxious, on yesterday,- to
cleat the mudvaad dirt from every other pail than
the crossings - wo .speak of, it struck ns that we
should drop them this gentle hint to think of when
they go in quarters. -
POSTPOKSMEHT.-Tho entertainment advertised
to come off at Trinity Church this evening has
been postponed on account of the inclemency of
the weather, until Friday night. Tickets can be
bad in the meantime at Professor HOLMES' Book
Store, King street.
F. C. BASHER & SON.-Tho attention of our
readers is requested to tho card of this Augusta
?rni, published in our issue of to-day. The senior
ia' st) Well known in Charleston, as possessing
buBineaE qualities of n most suporior Wnd, and
withal ia so genial and clever a man, in all of which,
we believe, bis junior resembles bim,- that we only
Intimate thair qualities, while for others wo would,
perhaps, have te write a long communication.
'^w' HALL?'4- STEEXE-'S New Tear Circular,
which is published this morning, wo ore ' satisfied
wfi} attract tho.attention of all of our readers, who
it will please, to hear of his prosperity. His efforts
to benefit tho public by the. importation of the
beattof head.covcrin?s, and disposing of them at
low prices, deserves not only the thanks of the
people who wear hats, but a good share of 'publio
patronage, and we certainly wish him a continu?
ance of his present success.
UNTIED STATES COURT.- Tho laut case against
tho schooner Aid for violation of her charter-party
waa heard and concluded yesterday. Judge BEVAN
has reserved his decision.
MISDEMEANOR.-As some gontlemen woro pass?
ing along Anson street, near Wentworth, they were
saluted by a glass bottle, which narrowly missed
their heads and broke on the pavement. A New
Year's frolic of this sort might bo attended with
noxious danger, and we would warn the perpetra?
tors that the polioe are on the qui vive for all such
performers on the bottle.
TEMPOS I'carr.-We take no note of time but
by its loss. Such, no doubt, was ?he exclamation
of many who looked up at St. Michael's clock yes?
terday morning, and found it doolaring to the
world that it was but three, when numerous
watches of better morals stated positively that ton
was the hour. Something was evidently wrong,
for St. Michael's was never known to be so erratic
in its movements, and the business vrorld of Broad
street stood aghast on learning that it was after?
noon before they had commenced business. Mr.
ROUSE, the able horologist, was immediately called
upon, and at last accounts he was busily engaged
in greasing tho refractory hands. Our grey-hair
od friend, 18C6, bas tried many plans to delay his
demiso, but this is decidedly the neatest dodge wo
have heard, and ono that might almost cheat death
himself. But tho fiat has gone forth, and to-day
will not only soo a now year, but a reconstructed
clock, whoso wheels will move gaily with the
growth of our young friond, '67.
GUANO.-Mr. J. N. ROBSON, of No. 62 East Bay.
ndvertisos several superior brands of Guano, lo
which ho invites the attention of merchants and
planters. The guanoes which are now offered for
rale have been folly analyzed by Professor C. W.
SHEPPARD, of the Medical College, and have mot
with the approbation of those planters who have
made a trial of their virtues.
To GET WORSTED is not usually considered a
desirable predicament; but there is a time for all
things, and in these times of giving and receiving
?ifts, you may get worsted and be the better for
t This paradox will cease to be such the moment
my of our fair readers will pay a visit to Mr. P.
3CHTJCKMAN'S old and w?ll known stand, in King
itreet, opposite Hasel. Here they will find the
jieatest variaty of fanoy wool ever imported into
his city. Every possible color, every shade, and
?very shadow of a shadow is here, all systemat
cally classified, and can be had instanter. Long
ixperiecce alone in this specialty could give Mr. S.
his fine connoisseurship.
TJBDSR W BITERS* AQEKOT.-It will be seen, from a
lotice in our paper to-day, that the firm of COL
3URN, HOWELL & Co. has been dissolved, and that
ir. J. H. Co LB URN and S. S. HOWELL will con
inue the business as formerly, at No. ll Broad
itreet. Messrs. COLBURN & HOWELL'S card will
Jae be seen in our issue of to-day. A list of the
companies they represent are given, which, with
lach one's capital, the whole footing np an aggro
fate of over three million dollars. The com?
?amos aro all known to be first-class; in fact, it is
ho established custom of the agents at this point
o represent none other than respectable and ro
ponsible companies. The well known character
f Mr. Co LB USN and Slr. HOWELL, though, would
e, if the companies they represented were un
mown, sufficient guarantee that whatever they an
ounced as reliable was such. Trusting that
tesara. COLBURN & HOWELL may continue to re
eive the large share of patronage extended to the
ld concern, we heartily wish them, as well, a hap?
ly New Year.
NURSES Y SoAje.-Mothers will find COLGATE'S
SOMATIC VEGETABLE SOAP the very nicest for in?
uits that can be obtained. It is a very delicate soap,
et very cleansing, and possesses the softening and
nothing qualities which peculiarly adapt it to the
se of children in a very high degree,-the vegc
ible oils being combined with glycerine. Drug
is ts have it. 1
HARSDEN'S Pectoral Balm is certain in effect.
KING & CA8SJDEY, Agents.
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN & CO., Agents.
PUBLIC SPEAKERS AND SINGERS will find "Brown's
ironchial Troches" beneficial in clearing tho voice
efore speaking or singing, and relieving the
iroat after any unusual exertion of tho vocal or?
ana, having a peculiar adaption to affections
rhich disturb the organs of speech. For Coughs
,c d Colds the Troches are effectual.
LT TEETH COULD SPEAK they would often reproach
tieir owners. "We cannot clean ourselves," would
o the cry of many a neglected set, "and are going
j ache and ruin, simply for the lack of a daily
rushing with the FRAGRANT SOZODONT, the only
nown means of preserving us." But as the
'eeth cannot speak, the Press must speak for
?lem. tus2 January 1
THE ATMOSPH?RE OP LOVE is a pure, sweot
roath.. This desideratum is one of the results of
sing Sozodont, which not only invigorates and
reserves the teeth, but renders the mouth as
?agrant as a rose. _ "? ... . tus
Auction Sales Tills Day.
MOSAT k CAMTBTT.T, will sell this day, at their cash
ic don house. No. 65 Hasel street, at 10 o'clock, horses,
rays, mules, harness, &c; also, apples, butter, suda
irlety of articles suitable for New Tear's presents.
Mnuoa, MELCHER* & Co. will sell this day, at their
sra, No. 22 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, sugar, flour
jfloc salt, Ac.; also, sn invoice of heavy English goode]
M. L. ATXAB win seB this day, at his store. No. 16 Ven?
ae Range, at 10 o'clock, clothing, fornitura, notions, ssc
CONNUBIAL FELICITY ANS BLISS-HOW WIVES SHOULD
E TREATED.-Nothing is mora susceptible of harm
from the storms of this rods world," than the delicate
ature of woman. The husband remains hearty and ro?
ast in seasons when the frail and delicate wife droops
ks a rudely handled sensitive plant. "Tho storm that
?voa the oak unscathed uproots the flower." If your
ifs is "Ufag, if ?<"VT?nan prostrate? har, tf maternal soli?
tude and ears wear upon her, remember, you sra the
eaven-appointsd guardian of her health. You should
at fail to supply her with delicadas which will assist
ature In restoring her to fan vigor. PLANTATION Brr
CBS are Just the thing she needs. Thalr offset in build
ig up the system, restoring the Ufa forces to their ori?
nal vigor, creating new blood and adipose matter, is
uly magical. tuths3 January 1
; - .? ip. H. B. .'
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor,
he secret wfll bs revealed by investing tn a bottle of
ANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
For restoring strength and appetite, nos tbs grast
?Uth?rn Tonic, PArarat's HEPATIC BITTERS and you
Ol not be dissnpointed. Sar sale by an druggists.
To "'"M, GXOOEBS AND FAMILIES.-Do yon wish
lour warranted to make good bread? Do you wish
iour that will bring you custom? Do you wish Flour
int win make white brood and not sour? Then apply to
. N. ROBSON, No. 62 East Bay, who has always a large
tock of best brands Georgia, North Carolina, Baltimore
ad New York Flour, In barrels, half and quarter bags.
December 10 mwttmos
HOI?CEOPATBTC MEDICAL NOTICE.-Dra. CLECKLET &
CHXET (of Columbus, Ga.,) having permanently located
i Charleston, respectfully tender their ?erv! cos to the
tfzens, in the practice of Homcoopsthy.
Dr. C. has had the expert ape* of fifteen yean in ibis
mool of medicine.
Office at our r?sidence, Na ll, 8. W. corner COLLEGE
nd GREEN STREETS (corner of Green).
[EBVET M. OIXSELET, M. D... .PHILIP T. SOHLET, M. 9.
September 5 ITT
At Unionvflle, 8. C., on the 28th instant, by the Rev. O
. DARBY, Mr. WILLIAM ROT. to Misa KATE RYAN. *
Winter, In this olimsts, ls a trying seaton. Its un.
teady temperature gr ?Ally aggravates dyspepsia, and
cte very unfavorably upon that sensitive organ, the
ver.' The altarnatfonof frost and thaw keeps the pores
f the body continually opening and contracting, and the
?suit is a condition of the system favorable to the action
f the atmospheric vims which ?aroduces intermittent fe?
ars. Hence a raOTJttm?? iBDicre?BtoH08TETT?B-'8
TOHAGH BITTERS is especially needed in the winter
ionios. The effect of this great CoNarnrCTioNAL Lwia
JUNT. In rendaring oren the feeblest frame impervious
3 all malarious iuflusnoes, is a grand fact demonstrated
r the uniform experience of a quarter of a century. As
s tom ashia, an anti-bilious medicine, and a preventive
nd cure of Fryer and Agu?, it 1s tbs ONE waa NEED
-UL. which none who valus th* preservation of health
an afford to da without.
THE BICK, WHEN AT DEATH'S DOOR,
egret that they did not , toke the rigkt antidoto at tbs
?fkl tine. Thousands who ara BO? suffering fran th?
arly twinges of liver complaint and dyspepsia, will bo
?rostrata on sick beds a month henos, if they do notar?
en th? ffltfvt*f at cmos. Nothing is mars easy,
.ourse of tho purest and best vsgetaWs tonio and alto"
?Uva known in modern pharmacy-HOBTETTER'S
STOMACH BTTTEES-win restore the digestiv? crgai
?their fun vigor, sud bring ms disordsrsd Uv? into
condition of perfect health, a? oertalnry ts snx shins dla
lipatea the morning vapors. Fsver and Ague, too, ia at
moe broken up by thia powerful antidote to an miasma?
tic diseases Strengthen Che system with the Bitters, and
you may defy aH tbs complaints which prevail at this in
clement season. . December 81
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
CORN, FLOUR, BACON, &c.
Q AAA BUSHELS COBN" TO ARRIVE
DUUU 100 bbl?. Super Flour
10 hhds. Bacon sides
CO coil? Jute Bop?, half-inch
60 coils superior Manilla quarter-Inch Ropo
20 bbls. Irish Potatoes
C balen Dundee Bagging
C bales Gunny Bagging
100 bois. Rosendale Cement.
Tor salo on accommodating terme.
January 1 1 WILLIAM ROACH.
RAISINS, BUTTER, RICE, BALE
ROPE, POTATOES, ONIONS, ?c.
?~>?~\f~\ WHOLE. HALF, AND QUAKIER BOXES
?i VJ VJ RAISINS, of superior quality
20 hogs New York State Butter
2S bags Bice
20 barrels Potatoes
30 barrels White Onions
20 cases Condensed Milk
*0 cases Cordial Oin
3 barrels extra quality Whiskey
8 cases "Otard, Dupuy i Co." Cognac
20 coila Balo Ropo.
For sale at low prices, to clone consignments, by
ISAAC E HERTZ & CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumberland street.
January 1 a
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS, &c.
DCAA POUNDS PRIME CLEAR SIDES
Jl/VU 21,000 pounds prime Clear Bibbed Sides
6,000 pounds prime Ribbed Sides
10,000 pounds primo Shoulders
12,000 pounds Plantation Shoulders
33,000 pounds Plantation Hams
9,000 pounds choice Bacon Strips.
Just received per recent arrivals and for salo low by
December SI 3 LAUREY k ALEXANDER.
4 AH A BUSHELS WHITE CORN, IN BULK, AND
iUl/U COO bushols la bags.
To arrive per schooner Nellie Tarbox, and for salo In
its to suit purchasers, by PORCHER k HENRY,
December 31 mwi3 South Atlantic Wharf.
3C AAA BEST QUALITY CYPRESS SHINGLES,
->t*?V/VJVJ for salo low if applied for immediately.
N. W. corner King and Spring streets.
I f\ rv PAIRS HEAVY WHITE BLANKETS. OF SU
LUU PERIOR QUALITY, for lam i ty use-ten, eleven,
nd twelve quarto: s-in lots tb suit purchasers. For
ale low to close consignment?', by
W. B. dMITH k CO.,
Union Bank Buildings,
December 31 2 East Bay street.
HAMS FOR SALE.
[>?? TIERCES BALTIMORE 8UGAR-CTJRED HAMS.
JO For sale by RAVESEL & CO.,
Corner of East Bay and Vandorhorst Wharf.
December 31 2
iUPERIOR CYPRESS SHINGLES.
L00.000 1L?IBI0H C?PIOS9 SMN
Just received from Pee Deo. and offered at a bargain to
lose consignments. Apply to
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
No. 125 East Bay.
Or at MARSHALL'S OFFICE on Marshall's Wharf.
December 31 3
HAMS, PORK AND LARD
A f \ TIERCES PRIME WESTERN S. C. HAMS
?U 3S bbls. Now Mosa Pork
20 tuba pure Lard
160 boxes Adamantine Candles.
SO bbls. "C" and "Extra C" SUGAR
60 bbls. "A," "B" and "BB" Sugars
50 bbls. choice Grocery Sugars
20 puncheons very choice Molasses
25 bbls. Plantation Molasses.
10 bales heavy GUNNY BAGGING
00 colls Hemp Ropo.
For ?ale by HENRY COBIA k CO.
December 31 2
CHOICE WHISKEY IN BOND.
[TTE HAVE IN BONDED WAREHOUSE THE FOL
T ? LOWING choice brands of WHISKEY:
100 bbls. BOYLE'S "ROSE" WHISKEY
100 bbls. "Mountain Dew" Whiskey
20 bbls. "Miller's Rye" Whiskey
20 bbls. "Chicken Cock" Bourbon Whiskey.
AR of which we offer for aale at reaaonablo rates, in
ond. Tho above named Liquors aro PURE AND UN
DULTERATED. HENRY COBIA & CO.
December SI 3
)A' HOTS. STRICTLY CHOICE C. B. SIDES
)\J 15 hhds. strictly choice Shoulders.
Direct from Cincinnati, and for sale by
December 31 2 HENRY COBIA & CO.
FOR SALE LOW.
[>BLS. AND HALF-BBLS. FIRST QUALITY MESS
L> PORE. Also, bbls. aud lialf-bbls. First Quality
ackot Beet by HOWE. CRAFV & CO.,
December 29 5 No. 161 East Bay.
AAA BUSHELS PBIME WHITE MARYLAND
LU VJVJ CORN. WILLIS k CHTSOLM.
'f\ TONS PURE UNADULTERATED PERUVIAN
) VJ' GUANO, from first hands, by
December 13 WILLIS k CHTSOLM.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
I ?\ HHDS. CHOICE GROCERY SUGARS
tV/ 15 hhds. New Crop Clayed Molasses
SO bbls. New Crop Clayed Molasses, ex bork Orchilla.
For sale low to close consignment.
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
HTOR SALE. 100.000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
|j thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent
lanure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street.
>/~V/~, f\f\(\ SUPERIOR SEGARS IMPORT
tVJVJ .VJVJVJ ED from Havana, of the following
debrsted brands and sizes :
MIWTPU TOUSO AMEBICA AND noa BOBERAHO.
ONDEES, CONCHAS, REGALIAS, FBIGENIEROS,
and Bags Smoking Tobacco,
mon rusa XSP'K wore AND LIQUORS.
ATALONIA. SHERRY, MADERIA WINE, RUM, COG?
NAC and Gin, Marmalade and Jelly.
For sale low, or at any price, In lots to suit purchasers,
r LOPEZ & CO.,
December 28_15_No. 71 East Bay.
WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
[THE UNDERSIGNED IS A BUYER OF WOOLS OF
L all textures, exclusively for English account.
Exchange-street, Charleston, S. C.
(Formerly Army Cloth Manufacturer for C. S. A.)
October 81 wfm2moe
[THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
L SOLE AGENT in this State for the salo of the cele
rated "ORANGE" POWDER, ia prepared to supply con
rmere and the trade with the following:
ORANGE" RIFLE POWDER, in kegs, half kegs and
ENTUCKY SPORTING POWDER, in canisters.
LASTING POWDER, in kegs.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Quality guaranteed equal to any made.
Sportsmen are requested to leave their names, and
imples will be sent to ti-aa. CHAS. H. MOISE,
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries and Liquors,
October 13 fmw No. 9 Hoyne street.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lA/ILLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
rV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
OTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC TA H AUK, Charleston, S. C.
. WILLIS..A. R. CHISOLM.
October 25 _
C. J. SCBLEPBgRBLL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BHTWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILDING
MATERIAL constantly on hand at the lowest mer?
it prices._rtnlyr_Juna 2?
%. D. MERNAUGH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 30 BROAD STREET,
CHAPELS ST ON, S. C.
December 18. tufSmo
WILKINSON & GILCHRIST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY.
No. 48 BROAD-STREET.
? W. WILKINSON.B. C. GILCHRIST.
WILBUR & SON,
... AH? . . ;
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Boa. 13 ?xtd 15 State street and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND ? \ -.
tasorters of W. Mia Pro?ace.
COB. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
E. M. WHITINGT
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
TT AB REMOVED HXS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
J~L street to VOL SS CHURCH STREET, one deer
Dorm ot Breen street, -, August 81
DIRECT FROM. AGKNTS, AT JIAK1CKT
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, S75 CASH: fSO TIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island 'Juano, S?0 casu ; ?2S Int November, with
intor. st, approved city acceptance
Bough's Phosphate of Limo, S?'>? cash; SC,'< 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Phoenix Guano, S?36 rash.
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warranted pure.
lu offering tho abovo manures to planton!, I do so with
ovory confidence, not only having testimonials from
planters who have nsod them tho past year, but tho
further guarantee that ovcry cargo, as it arrives from the
factory, is analyzed by Pror. Shepard, of tho South
Carolina Medical College and thc high reputation of
these manures fully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 No. U2 East Bay.
OF ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES: IRON AND
Steel Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, Truck?, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Corn Shollors, Panning and Grain Mills,
Cotton Gins, Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills,
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings. Horse
Power Threshing Machinos, Guano, Bono Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime, ic. JOHN MOORE,
December IO 2mo No. 193 Front-street, Now York.
THE COMPOSITION OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL, WITH PERUVIAN. IT DIFFERS
ONLY IN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
WHILE rr GCVVTT?JL?S LESS AMMONIA, rr HAS
nearly twioe the quantity of Phosphate of Limo,
i?> per coat, of which ia immediately soluble. Its effects
on Cotton tho past season have, ia many instances, ex?
celled Poruvian Guano. It has in no case proved lons ac?
tive in the early growth of the crop. When drought in?
tervenes the crop docs not suffer from its use as is the
case with Poruvian Guano. By reason of tho prosenco in
it of so large a per cent, of Phosphate of Lime ita usc im?
proves the soil to an oxtont that cannot be rsaUzcd from
Every cargo of this Guano is subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, and is sold on a basis sf actual value.
The undersigned. Agent, is prepared to furnish the tes?
timony of well known South Carolina plantera in evidence
of tho superior oxcellenco of this Guano.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 1 tuths? u3mo NO. G2 AST BAT.
npHE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
JL always been beneficial-thc only difficulty being to
obtain a genuine article. Before offering BAUGFI'S
PHOSPHATE on thc market thc last season, I submitted
it for analysis to Professor Shepard, ol' tho South Caro?
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed it, and his
opinion has now been verified by actual experiment by
our own Planters, whose testimony I have of tho su?
perior excellency of this Phosphate, especially in the cul?
ture of Cotton, in insuring a good Btand.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 10 sn mwfSnio No. C2 EAST RAY.
PORTABLE HAND POWER
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI?
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY. CHEAPNESS ASD RA?
PIDITY OF WORK.
IT CAN REWORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
THIRTY BALES, OF FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH,
The Press can be worked cither alongside or under the
Ginning Room, and thu6 bc under cover and worked in
all kinds of weather. It weighs two thousand pounds;
can be very readily broken apart and carried about tho
On Exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & liRSHALL'S
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
C?IAR?.ESTO.V, S. C.
December ll tuthsSmo
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
FLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
Corn Mills, Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters
Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Planters
Grain Cradles, Symes and Snaths
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Hoes
Rico and Grain Fan Mills
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horse Powers-of all kinds
Reaping Machinwt, Threshing Machines
Gram Separators and Cleaners.
AGENTS FOR THE
AGENTS FOR THE
NONPAREIL WISHING MACHINE.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December io mwfSmo
JACOB G. RENTIERS,
U TEASURER INSPECTOR OF LUMBER, TIM
IVJLBER and WOOD, to bo found at Office of STEIN
MEYER b SON, Factors, foot Bcaufain street, respect?
fully offers his services to the public in above capacity.
Captain MEDICUS BICKENBACH ER, of Ora-iceberg,
will be happy to seo his friends at above Office.
j?yThe Barnwell Sentinal and Edgefleld Acvortiser
please publish twice.
December 4 ruths.
LOT I Ott.
BY t. HUNC H ?sSON"
1V<?. :JUG Ivln^-^f re<;.
Will seit WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, FURNITURE.
EVENING SAXES conuuc-uctag at 6% o'clock.
A variety of uwful -1k'l?:?: t'KOCKKUY. UROOMS,
Waler Dipper:*. Clothing. Shoes, Sc. AH cf which, wo
duplicate at unction prlcop.
January I_ wf
BY BUNUH <fc SUN,
No. 5<M? Ivi*ic;-Htrcci.
Will bc sold, on THURSDAY, thu loth of January, at thc
Tnii VALUABLE PLANTATION ON FOSTER'S
CREEK, containing 800 acred, so acree cleared, wcU
adapt.nl to Cotton and Provision culture, or brick j;ukiug.
For particulars apply as above.
Conditions favorable. stu.! jan 10 December 29
IN EUUITY-COLLETON OISTRICT.
John J). Warren vs. IJcnj. Stokes nt at.
Pursuant to a decretal order in this case, I wUl soil
at public auction, at ll o'clock, .V.M.. near thu old Cus?
tom House, in tho City of Charleston, at the risk of
tho former purchaser, on the TENTH DAY OF JANU?
That valuable PLANTATION known as "Mary's Inland,"
situato in the Parish of St. Bartholomew, in the District
ofCollcton. on tho head-wat'rs of Chehaw River, con?
taining one hundred and thirty-nino (139) acres of high
land and three hundred and ton (310) acres of marsh
land, bo tho same mort; or loss.
Terms.-One-third cash ; tho balance on a credit of one.
two and three years. Tbo purchase money to bo secured
by bond, with adequate socurity. and a i?ortgago of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
B. STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Collaton District, Dec. 10,1H60.
Ducomber 12 -wo th!
B?DER DECREE IN EQUITY.
O'Jieitl vs. Mch'cwn cl ai.
On THURSDAY, tho 10th of January next, at ll o'clock
A. M., will be sold near tho Old Custom House, under
tho direction of the Master.
Tho following VALUADLE PROPERTY, belonging to
the Estate of the Rev. PATRICK O'NEILL, deceased,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with thc Dwelling and out?
buildings thereon, the residence of the late Hov. Patrick
O'Neill, situato on tho west side of King street, designa?
ted in a Plat mado by Ed. H. White, surveyor, by the
number 1, measuring in front ou King-street 24 fceot ll
inches, and 24 feet 0 inches on tho back linc, and in
depth 159 feet G inches. Bounding north on laud of Mr.
Knoblock. wost on Orphan Hou9o Lot, south on No. 2 in
the said Plat, and ecst on Eing-stxcot.
THAT VACANT LOT adjoining tho above on thc south,
designated in said Dat by tho No. 2, measuring in front
24 feet ll inches, on thc back line 24 feet G inches, and in
depth 159 feet G inches.
THAT VACANT LOT next south of No. 2, designated
in said Plat as No. 3, measuring in front 24 feet ll
inches, on tho back lino 21 feet G inches, and in depth 159
feet G inches.
THAT VACANT LOT noxt south of Lot No. 3, and
designated on said Plat as No. 4, of thc same dimensions
as No. 3.
THAT VACANT LOT next 'south of Lot No. 4, and
having Uko dimensions, designated on said Plat by
ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY at the corner of
King and Radcliffe streets, with the dwelling and out?
buildings thereon, designated in a plat by the same sur?
veyor as No. 1, measuring east on King strcot 55 feet, and
on tho back linc 52 leet, aud in depth 121 lect. Bounded
north on laud of thc estate of Mackintoah, south ou lot No.
3 in said plat, west OB No. 2.
THAT LOT adjoining the above on tho south, and
lesignated in said plat by No. 5. measuring in front on
King street 30 feet, the same on the back linc, and iu
iepth 121 feet.
THAT LOT No 6. in thc above plat, measuring In front
m King street 25 feet, the same on thc back linc, and in
lepth 122 feet.
TEAT LOT on Radcliffe street, marked No. 2 in said
slat, measuring in front on si?d street 30 feet, same on
Lhe back linc, and in depth 104 t'-et, moro or less.
THAT VACANT LOT joining No. 2 to the west, and
mown on said plat as No. 3, and having the samo di
nensions os No. 2.
THE VACANT LOT, next west of No. 3, known on tue
?aid plat as No. 4, having the same dimensions as tho
All that VALUABLE PROPERTY at tho corner of Rut
edge and Cannon streets, aa per plat of the same Sur
.cyor. consisting of four Lots, io-wit:
LOT No. L at tho comer of Rutledge and Cannon
?treets, with the Buildings thereon, measuring in front
m Cannon street 33 feet G inches, on the back lino 41
eet 6 inches, and in depth 73 foot 4 inches.
LOT No. 2, situato next east of Lot No. 1, measuring
in Cannon street 44 feet G inches, on the back line ie feet
I inches, and iu depth '2 feet 9 inches.
LOT No. 3, in said plat, next cast of No. 2, measuring
u front on Cannon street 39 feet G inches, oe the back
ine 40 feet, and in depth 72 feet 9 inches.
LOT No. 4, situated next east of No. 3, measuring in
rent on Cannon street 39 feet 6 inches, on the back line
.0 feet, and in depth 72 feet 10 inches.
All that LOT OF LAND, with several WOODEN BUILD?
INGS thereon, situate on Ann street opposite the Park,
neasuring in front on said street 27 feet, on the back Una
IO feet, more or leas, and in depth 200 feet 4 inches;
lonndiiig north ou Ami street, cast on land of Boyce,
ind west on land of Corcoran, as per plat of same sur
Thc plats can be seen at the Master's Office.
Terms-One-fourth o*tsh; balance in one. two. three
md fonr years, secured by bond of the purchasers and
nortgages of tho premises ; the buildings on the lots to be
nsured and the poUcics assigned. Purchasers to pay for
lapers. J. W. GRAY,
December 19 wf 7thl Master in Equity.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
111"ADE BY MESSRS. JOSEPH RODGERS fc SONS,
KINE ENGLISH GUNS,
Made by tho Ames' Plough Company. All the patterns
for the cultivation of Corn, Cotton and Rice.
CORN SHELLERS, HAY CUTTERS, and a great varle
y of Agricultural Implements.
C. GRAVELEY, .
No. 52 East Bay, south of the Old Postomco.
December 31 2
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
NO. 259 KING STREET,
BRANCH OF No. 900 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.)
i LL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH
J\ MENT are of the first quaUty. We soil no gooda
mt what wo can recommend and warrant to be PURE
Goods delivered to all parts ol' tho city, free of charge.
Wine Trade of the United States !
Pure California Champagne,.
MADE AND PREPARED AS D? DONE TN FRANCE,
from pure California Wine, and taking the place
>f Imported Champagne.
Tho undersigned would call tho attention of Wine Deal?
ers and Hotel Keepers to the following letter, which may
rive a correct idea of tho quality of their Wine:
"CovxnrESTAI. HOTEL, )
"PHILADELPHIA, October 25,1866. j
.MESSES. BOUCH?E & Co.
"GENTLEMEN: Having givonyour California Champagne
i thorough test, wo tako pleasure in saying that wo think
t the best American Wine wo have ever used. Wo shall
lt once place it on our bul of fare.
"Yours truly. J. E KINGSLEY & CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER & CO.,
November 14 wfm3mo No. 30 DEY STREET. N. Y.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
NO. 23 ELAYNE STREET.
December 28 6
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
NO. 23 HAYNE STREET.
December 28 6
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
rpHOSE WISHING TO MAKE PRESENTS WILL DO
I well to call and examine my goods, as I will sell low
lo meet tho timon, and all goods guaranteed.
MEERSCHAUM and IMITATION. FANCY BRIAR,
PLAIN, and an other kind of PIPES, latest style. 8E
GAR-HOLDERS, SEGAR CASES, and a croat variety be?
longing to tho trade. Imported and donuetto BEG ARI,
put up in GO and 100 boxes. At
CHEAP SEGAR STORE, No. 392 KING,
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(TOBAIEBLT CO^ABTXZB OF J. E. ADO EE & Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, CTJT
LEBY, O UNS, AND A0RJCTJX,TDBAL
. " ; IMPLEMENTS,
NO. 310 KING ST., THIRD DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
CHABUESTON, S. C.
October 1 amos
Clothing, Furniture and Notions.
BY M. Lt. AliKAK.
THIS DAY, 1st Januarv. at No. lt; Vendu? Rang" at lu
o'clock A. M..
Alargo assortment of ENOLISU ( LOTUS, KCOT?1?
TWEEDS, SATINETS, BLANKETS, and a variety ?!' ar
ticlos iii Dry Good? line.
BEDSTEADS, Chairs. Storth Redding, ftc. with largo
assortment of BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, Hosierv,
Boots, Shoes. Jewelry, Watches, fcc.
Conditions cash. January 1
Sad<Ue and Drojl Norse, oven Muggy awl llamas*
Spring Wagon, Sacing Machine, 'Furniture, .tc.,
BY R. M. MARSIMLL ?Sf UKO.,
Ko. 33 Broad street.
On TO-MOKKOW, January 2d, at half-past 10 o'clock.
A handsome set of BROCAIEL AND LACE CUU
TAIN8 (four windows.) January 1
Estate Sale of Grocery Store corner of Smith and
Queen streets-Estate of Aug. ll. Brenkinyvr, and
sold by permission of HIP Ordinary.
On FRIDAY, 4th Instant will positively be sold, at 10
THE CONTENTS OF THE STORE.
CONSISTING OF I
GROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, such as
Barrels of Bacon, Barrels of Flour, Barrels of Sugar.
Brown and White; Barrels of Liquors, &c, such as aro
generally found In a largo Retail Grocery Store.
Conditions cash. tuLhf3 January 1
Estate Sale-Valuable Sea Maud Colton Planta
lion on John's Island.
ItY CLIFFORD & MATIIEAVES,
Heal Entn.tr Aecnt?, No. 50 Broad-street.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, Uth January, It??T, at tho
old Postofflco, at ll o'clock, "
PARK PLANTATION, situated ou John's Island, fif?
teen miles from thu i ity. lt contains 1200 acres of high,
and a largo body of Marsh Land; 400 acres ol' the
high lands are cleared and well adapted to tho produc?
tion of line Long Cotton, from which large crops have
been formerly obtained. The remainder of tho tract lb
iu woods (most of which ls original growth), affording an
abundant supply of timber, which, from its proximity lo
tho river, may bo made available and profitable. There
is a small Dwelling and other buildings on thc place.
The BACK TES PLANTATION, on John's Island, con?
tains about 1000 ncrcB, but a Btnall portion of which
has hecu cleared or cultivated, and the remainder is in
woods of orlglual growth, abounding in pine and other
timber, which would afford great inducements to a pur?
chaser disposed to engage in tho timber business, inde?
pendent of tho advantages which may bo derived from a
soil well adapted to tho cultivation of cotton and for
other agricultural purposes.
Ternis.-One-fourth, cash; balance in ono and two
years. Purchasers to pay Clifford & Mathewes for pi?
pers and stamps. tuthalwl December 20
Estate Sale-Valuable Plardalton in Barnwell
BY E. !.. SADDLER.
Will bo Fold at Public Auction, on MONDAY, thu 7th
January, at Barnwell C. H.,
A PLANTATION IN BARNWELL DISTRICT,
four miles from Graham's Turnout, on the South
Carolina Railroad, at the Junction of tho Charleston ami
Augusta and Orangeburg and Barnwell Hoads. Thc
Plantation contains 1651 acres, 230 of which ls of
the very finest quality of River Swamp Land, most ol'
which has boen recently cleared, and will produce from
40 to SO bushels of Corn per acre, or a bale oi Cotton
per acre. The High Laud is also of line quality; a large
portion is heavily limbered. There is also on thc i inc
a good Mill site, and goori landing on the. Edisto llivar;
perfectly healthy at all seasons of thc year. Thin Planta?
tion has the reputation of being ono of tho best in that
part of tho District.
Terras-One-quarter cash, balance in ono and two
years. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
December 25 tuthsC ml
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Carson vs. Carson.
Will bo sold under thc direction ol' thc undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
8th day of January, 18C7, at ll o'clock A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho buildings thereon,
:&ing tho nsrtborn tenement of that thrcc-stoi y brick teue
ncut building, situate on tho cant side of East Bay street,
nearly oppoaitoLinsuard street, and known by the nura*
JCT 148, measuring in front on East Bay street-feet,
)n the back line-foet, and in de-th-feet.
Terms-One-half cash; balance iu two equal successive
innual instalments, seemed by bond of the purchaser
ind mortgage of tho promises, with interest from day of
?ide, buildings to bo insured and policy assigned. Pur
:hascr to pay for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
January I tuf Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Furman c? SpralJ. vs. Shanahan.
iVill be sold, under tho direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tbs Stn day of
January. 1807, at ll o'clock A. M.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, In thc City of Oharl.-ston,
mown in a ccrtaiu plat of lands, divided by Robert K.
?ayne, Sutveyor in 1842, by the number "58;" bounding
ina measuring northwardly by Lot No. 252, 33 feet 8
nches; southwardly by Alway Court, S3 feat 8 inches;
lastwardly by Lot No. 69, 115 foot, and westwardly by
jot No. 57,115 feet, more or less.
Terms-As much cash aa may bo necessary to pay the
:osts and tile amount due the Plaintiffs in fuU, and tho
ralancc on a credit of ono yoar, secured by bond ot pur
:hascr and mortgage of tho premises, with Interest irora
lay of sale, payublo annuallv. Purchaser to pav for
rapers. JAMES TUPPER,
December IS tuf7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JIanahan cs. llanahan.
?Viii be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tho 8th day of
January, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.
All thal PLANTATION situated on Little Edisto Island,
n tho Pariah of St. John's Colleton, containing about
100 acres of high land, and bounding north on land of
Sphraim Baynard, east on public road, souih on lauds ol'
iVilliam Baynard, and west on Edisto Ferry cr.-?k.
Terms-One-third cash; balance tu three equal suc
?ossive annual instalments, secured by bond ot thc pur?
chaser and mortgage of tho premises, with interest from
lay of salo, payable annually. Purchaser to pav for
papers. JAMES TUPPER,
December 18 tuf7 Master in Equity.
UNDER. DECREE IN EQUITY".
Tanlunson vs. 1'anlunson.
?Viii bo sold, under thc direction of the undersigned, at
the Old CuBtom-Housc. on TUESDAY, the Sth day of
January, 18S7, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on King street, and
mown by thc No. 130, butting and bounding to tho north
m land now or formerly of liutjoa;to the east on land
low or late of Dr. Rodrigues; to the south on land for?
merly of Mathew Miller, and to tho wost on King street,
ucasuring on the front and back Unes S3 feet, and ia
lepth one hundred and ninety (190) feet.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in two equal an
mai instalments, ?ecured by bond of the purchaser and
nortgage of thc premises, with interest from day of sale,
savable annually. Purchaser to pay for papers.
December 18 tufr Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gadsden rs. Baum cl al.
(Viii be sold, under tho direction of tho undersigned, nt
the Old Custom Houso, oi: TUESDAY, the 8th day of
January, 1867, at ll o'clock A.M.,
ALL THOSE LOTS OF LAND in the city of Charles?
ton, known in a certain plat of lands divided by Rub't.
K. Payne by the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, bounding ana
measuring northwardly on Congress street 193 feet; east?
ward ly on Payne street lld 6-12 feet; southwardly on
Lots Nos. 6, 7,8, 9 and 10, and westwardly on lands now
?late of John L. Holmes 111 1-12 feet, be the sams meas?
urement more or less.
Terms-so much cash as may be necessary to pay, and
Seamount duo the piantis*in full; and the balance on a
:redit of one year, to be Becurod byoond of the purchaser
ind mortgage of the premises, with interest from day of
!ale, payable annually. Purchaser to pay for papera.
December 18 tuf7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Furman c? Sprall vs. Corker.
?Viii be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, et
the Old Custom House, on Tuesday, the 8th day of
January, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND in the city of Charleston,
mown in a certain plat of lands divided by B. K. Payne,
Surveyor, in 1842, by tho numbers 16.18 and 116, bound
ng and measuring:
LOT No. 16-Northwardly by Lot No. 18, 10O foet;
louthwardly by Lot No. 14,100 feet; eastwardly by Presi
lent street, 40 feet, and westwardly by Lot No. 15, 40
LOT No. 18-Northwardly by Lot No. 20, 100 feet;
louthwardly by Lot No. 16, 100 feet; eastwardly by
President street, 40 feet; and westwardly by Lot Ko. 17,
LOT No. 115-Northwardly by Lot No. 117,100 feet;
louthwardly by Lot No. 113,100 feet; eastwardly by Lot
io 118, 35 feet; and westwardly by Chestnut street, 35
feet, more or less.
Terms-So much cash as may bo necessary to pay tho
zosta and thc amounts due the plaintiffs in foll, and the
jalanco on a credit of one year, to be secured by tho
rjond of the purchaser, and mortgage of the premises,
K-ith interest from day of sale, payable annually. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
December 18 tuf7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Porcher rs. Porclier.
WiU be sold, under tho direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tho 8th day of
Januarv-, 1867. at ll o'clock A. M.,
1. ALL THAT PLANTATION in St John's. Berkley,
known as "jpring Plains," containing 210^ acres, more
or less-bounding north on lands of Estate of Jno. Palmer
md Robt. McKelvey; east on lands of Peter Couturier;
Bouth on lands or Estate of Phillp M. Porcher, and west
on lands of Dr. P. G. Snowden-of which there are 600
acres of prime Long Cotton and Provision lands; the
rest pine lands. Comfortable Dwelling and good out?
2. ATT, THAT OLD FIELD in St. Stephen's Parish,
containing 2566 acres, more or less-bounding north OB
Santee River; east on landa of H. Locklier; south on
lands of John Thurston; west on lands of Theodore
Gourdin-consisting ot high land and swamp.
Terina-One-third cash; balance in three equal suc?
cessive annual instalments, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest from
day of ?ale, payable annually. Purchaser topay^for pa?
pers. JAMES TUPPER.
December 18 tuf 7_.Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Furman and Sprali vs. Kingman.
Will be sold, under the direction of tho undersigned, at
the old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the 8th day of i
January, 1867, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
1. AU that LOT OF LAND, situated m the City of
Charleston, and known in a certain plat of lands divided
by H. K. Payne, Surveyor, in 1842, by tho Nos. 59, 71 and
253, bounding and measuring : Lot No. 69, northwardly
by Lot No. 253, 35 feet 8" inches; southwardly by Alw ay
Court, 35 feet 8 inches; east by Loto Nos. 60, 61 and 62.
115 feet; and west by Lot No. 58, 115 feet. Lot
No. 253, northwardly on Roberts' Court, 35 feet 8 inches ;
southwardly on Lot No. 69, 35 feet 8 inches; eastwardly
on Lots Nos. 228, 229 and 230,115 feet; and westwardly
on Lot No. 252,116 feet, more or less.
2. All those LOTS OF LAND, in tho City of Charleston,
known in a certain plat of lands divided by Robert K.
Payne, Surveyor, In the year 1842, by the Nos. 262, 251,
266. 267 268, 260, 261 and 262, bounding and measuring
as follows, viz: Lot Na 252, noj?ardly on Roberts'
Court, 86 feet 8 inches ; soamwardljron Lot No. 68,85 feet
8 inches; eastwardly on Lot No. 263,115 feet; and west?
wardly by Lot No. 251,116 feet. Lot No. 251, northward?
ly on Robert?' Court, 35 feet 8 inchest southwardly on
Lot No. 57. 35 feet 8 Inches; eastwardly on Lot No. 252,
115 feet; and westwardly on lands of Mrs. Flood, 115 feet.
Lot No. 266, northwardly on Lot No. 267,100 feet; south?
wardly on Lot No. 265,100 foet; eastwardly on Norman
street, 40 feet; and westwardly on Lot No. 209, 40 feet
Lot No. 267, northwardlv on Lot No. 268, 100 feet; south
wardly on Lot No. 266,100 feet; eastwardly on Norman
street, 40 feet; and westwardly on Lot No. 262, 40 feet.
Lot No. 268. northwaxdlyon-, MO feet; south?
wardly on Lot No. 2677100 feet; eastwardly on Norman
street, 40 feet; and westwardly on Lot No. 263. 40 feet.
Lot No. 260, northwardly on Lot No.-, 35 feet &
Inches; southwardly on Lot No. 257, 85 feet 8 Inches;
eastwardly on Lot No. 261,115 feet; and weetwardly on
lands of Mrs. Flood. 115 feet. Xat No. 261, northwardly
on_, 35 feet 8 inches; southwardly on Lot No.
268. 35 feet 8 Inches; eastwardly on Lot No. 262,115 feet;
and westwardly on Lot No. 260,115 feet. Lot No. 262,
northwardly on , 36 foot 8 inches; southward?
ly on Lot No. 250, 85 feet 8 inches; eastwardly on Lots
266,2C7 and 268,115 feet; and westwardly on Lot No. 261,
dermis-So much cash as may be noceesary to pay tho
coats and tho amount due the plaintiffs to full, and tho
balance on-a credit of one year, tb be scoured by bond of
th* purchaser and mortgage of the ?remises, with interj,
December 18 fri Masrtcr la Equi ty.
u;cno\ SA i,KS.
I forge*. Prot/*, At"lpx rind [/arness.
MrK/VY ?t I'ASa'UEM'i
? ?sit A-.M'tiOll II???-??.-.
Ne. 53 ?F-isrl !?irc?-f. Oj>p.Nt"iv rv.KtofHce,
V.V.I nell THIS J)AY. Isl Jium.'.r?. i.t li) -relock.
Tinco No. 1 MULES, WITH OKAYS AM.' HARNESS
Onvbuprr Wort ll..?c.
?-??.Will I.? reid kvftJji.i vra'-arr. at desire of bmw,
Cottons cash. .l.,.?K.rvl
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JlcKAV ii I A3;i'i;!;i.L
Will sell Tills DAY. :.i lo o'clock.
20 Illili?. APPLES, 10 tubs UUTTJ?U (to close Consign?
Cotulitioiu- cusin January I
Damaged Coons, mi nciinnit of ttl', esteemed.
Mc KA Y i M?ll'?Kl.l,
Will sdi THIS DAY, :il 10 i> clock.
- lairs All-Woo! WlllTi: IJLANKKTS.
- liairs All-Wool Urey likuikets.
- jilecos siat? Corset Drills.
- ??oc'.'H Super Cauton Flum-cl.
Suitable for Nev Year's Presents.
BLACK CL?HU MAN TILLA-!, Sujier Trimmed Rib?
bons, Super Lamp Nub us. Hoods. Infant's Cap- :m.t
Cloak*. Knit uiU .-..l;,r<i ;tr.-:;!i'raf.t Shawls, Soutacs, Wool
Shawls, ito., ic.
BALMORAL SKIRTS, *w?il't? Flnnnel, Pant. Stuff,
Linen Towels. Table Damask, Alpaca. Merino. Calicoes,
Longolotli, Homespuns, rieles, .'co.. Ac.
UNDER SHIRTS, Ut-surv, Gloves. U?kft?., Leg
MEN'S BOOTS AND SllUh's. LudW ?'.aiter?, OlotU
MILLINERY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, J-.-wolry and
Conditions cash. January 1
M:LLIGas. ZUELCHTCRS ? CO..
Will foll THIS DAY, Isr iimr.. at tho'r More. N". 22 Yen
due Hang..-, ut 11 o'clock,
BBLS. SUGAR AND FLOUR
ItoxusSoap, <'lice*.-. Pine-:, Matches
Roles Chmving Tobacco
Itali bbl. Whiskey
Keg Powder. Gun Caps
_Ba?;s si.iii. xe, .vc. January l
MILLIGAN, 21I3LCI1EKS & CO.,
Ko. Vendue Itas?n;v,
Will sell THIS DA Y. 1st January, r.t 10 o'clock.
An invoice HEAVY I'.NOLISH el.O ll IS. Woo!, Llueu.
ind Calico shirts. Wool ami Cotton Flannel Drawers,
Hosiery, Handkcicliiois, Spool Cotton, Coats, punts, &c
1 lot Furniture
1 lot Chalk, .vc.
I SADDLE AND DRAFT MAKE
1 suhsliuiliul Cart
_1 sot Harness. January 1
IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS.
For Sale, Building ami Farm J.ot.i al George's
Uta'hit. Sr .lilli Otrtilina Railroad.
"Will bc sold '?'lits DAY. January 1st, lsi;7,
A hrge number ol' Hl'lLDING ANO FARM LOTS.
ieorRc's Statin:; is noltsl for good health, good water,
md cuavenicm <.. lo clarie; ion Market, and ia well Jointed
"ol an agricultural a:id :i?ni:f,n tining town. A plat cia
je seen ut thc stor? ol' \V. s. I I >i-;y. tv Tg-i's Station.
Ternis-'?Harter und half aere 1 its cash: ou? acre lois
lalf nish. !?kui.*c ?n one. .v.-nr: lavin lots ol' four uer? or
nore, one-third tarli, b-uancc if. ono and two const an
?ual instalments; all pov:ne_ls -ecirod bv bond ur I
liortjagc. JOHN MAY.
Sales EVERY EVENING at T o'clock, liv KILROY ? Co..
io. :.:!.> King-street, >.: a general assortment of DRY
iOOliij, Clothing, Fancy Uoods. Jewelry, Roota aud
ihors. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps.
I/anif, S'lou'ders cn.?J Tm/jues.
BY LAIKE? <N? Ai.KHSBKK.
)n THURSDAY. 3d instant, willbeeold in our store. No.
LIT Eist Bay, at 10 o'clock,
0 hhds. PLAIN HAMS
8 boxes Shoulders
3 tierc !ft Smoked Tongues.
Conditions cash. January 1
Estate Sktle-Groiiml Cojfeci Mustard, Spices, tic.
BY LAUREY ?i ALKAA.?DEU,
)u THURSDAY. 3.1 inst., will bc sold in our store. No.
137 East Hay, at 10 o'clock, ou account ot an estate
10 BOXES GROUND COFFEE
13 boxes Mustard. ?.? lb. tina
ls boxes Cayenne Pepper, hi lb. tin
J.i boxen ?lack Pepper
20 boxes Pepper Sauce, pint*
IS boxes Spices
6 boxes Bi Caro So.la
2 boxes Tomato Ketchup
- cans Cream Tartar
- cans Loudon Mustard
- cans Cayenne Pepi-""', .'?c., ?c.
Conditions cish. Januorv l
Lanterns, ?tc, on accouiil of' alt cvuzxr i.^j.
BY LA UK El' ?'.'.T.K.YV-rTJErt.
in THURSDAY, :?d inst., will bc sold in our storo. No.
137 East Bay, at lo o'cloci. on account or all con?
0 dozen GLOBE-TRIMMED AND FLANGED B"AS3-'
HEAD LAN IERNS
4 S-ia Brass, Tinned, Edgell, and Flanged Lanterns
4 11-1*2 dozen Kerosene Limp Burners
CundRiona caril._ January 1
Kslale Stile of House on Leaser, LUR !.. '??/ onier of
tlie Jctnunislra;or on ! sun.-.i-.-.i ih-Vnorn.
BY itoiVEUs u? s ? Lc? nv.
Viii ho sold ou THLT.SDAY next, ai ll o'-.lock, in front
of tho Exclwngf. Bv?>ad .--tri"-;.
All that TWO-STORY WOOI?'.N RDlI.DINO AND
L1TCREN, No. 24 llanover sti e-it. fourth V.M-,: north
f Columbus ?tr ci. cn the east si.Io. Buildings to bo
eiuoved within thirty days from dav cl sal:-.
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay 1). .t S. lor papers.
December 29 stuth:;
?'islt. Lnnibe>- anti L.Uts. Ctir&> vi' Jintsh lt ij
'?Chcbtteioa.'' uire-l iruiii livl^'f.x.'. mu) cu.-.si'jneti
le Main. J. ,S. .f f. G. fit dd.
HI HMM!', Cliiii."- &. CO.
)n TUESDAY. Sth January. l-^JT, alongside of r.rittrh
lirig"C'hobuotoo,"at llovcc'a Whan", at Ki o'clock, will
1)0 sold. CARGO OF SAID VESSI .L, as follows, vi/.:
GUS PACKAGES NO. 1 EXTRA, Nu. 1 -. NO. 2
Laite, and No. 3 Lnrg.; Mackerel, rn bbla., ??
bbls.. '? liWs. and kits
31 packages Pickled Herrings
77 half bands mid Uils 2^o. 1 Salmon
47 half barrels anil kits No. 2 Salmon
11 kits No. 1 Salmon Trout
IS half barrels Young Mackerel
1000 bores Scaled and No. 1 Herrings
?0 boxes large dry Codlii-h
85 M feet White Pino Lumber, comprising 1 inch
Boards, 2 and 3 inch Planks
70 M Laths (4 feet).
Condi tie::.", ?ash. December 31
.liVea? llrick Residence. <::t Eligible ('omer Stand,
and congenien! small ViecUing.
BY' IS. Mc' ALL.
)n THURSDAY", tlie 3d day of January, at ll o'clock, et
the old Postolliee. will be auld,
AH that neat and desirable two and a hair story BRICK
ICSXDKNCE and LOT OF LAND, on the wost side of
"lizabeth street, near Mary street, and known as No. 53.
outaining four uptight rooms, pantry, dressing room,
ivo attics and two story piazza, with gas and grates
hroughout, slated roof, Sc. On tile Lor, which measures
A feet front and 100 feet deep, more or less, are a kitchen
>f four rooms, carriage house; stables, large cistern and
rell of water. Tho locatiou ii; pleasant and healthy.
All that LOT OF LAND, eligibly located at tho south
feat corner of riizaheth and Mary streets, next north of
he above, mcasiirin;- :>2 feet front on Kliisabeth stroet
ind 10O loot, moro Jr los.^. on Mary street, having thoro
in a two and a half story frnrao Dwelling, and all neces
;ary outbuililings and conveniences. With little altera
ion could bu made a good stand for a genteel family g-ro
AU that LOT OF LAND on tho south side of Henrietta
treet. No. 21, containing 23 feet front and 100 foot deep,
nore or less, together with a two and a half story framo
"veiling, of four up'igbt rooms, pantry and dressing
oom, and other improvement? thereon.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance payahlo in ono
car, with legal interest, to be sacured by bond of the
mrchaser and mortgage of tho property; buildings to bo
nsured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay B. Mc
;&11 for necessary papers.
Souse and Lot in Cannon's Court at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
flU be sold on THURSDAY, the 3d of January, at ll
o'clock, in front of their ofilce,
THAT LOT OF LANI) on tho south side of Cannon's
toort, west of Hargrav?'s .Tavern, measuring 84 feet 2
?chos front on Cannon's Court, by 140 feet deep, moro or
sss, together with tho buildings thereon.
December 28 nnwSthl. . i
'.ease of a Valuable Cation Plantation on John's
Island al Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 87 Broad-street.
fill bo offered at publie outcry, on THURSDAY, the 8d
day of January, 1807, ut ll o'clock, on the north steps
of the Old Custom House.
Thc LEASE for-years of that valuable Sea Island
'ottou Plantation known as "Acorn Hill," situated on
orin's Island; GOO acres in all, 300 cleared.
Turms.-One-third of each ycarceshin advance; bal- .
nee in two equal instalments, payahlo on 1st of Jnly and
nt of December. tntha?mwth3_December 36
'louse and Lol on Hie norUi side of Oolurr?rua
street, neo>- Hie SoxiUi Carolina Railroad, at
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
fill be sold, at ll o'clock, on THURSDAY, tho 3d of
January, on tho north stops of tho old Custom-Houst?,
That valuable LOT OF LAND on the northwest corner
f Robbins' Court, measuring 06 feet front on Colnm
us street by 110 feet deep on Robbins' Court, more or
ene, together with the comfortable reeid nce and out>
iriildings thereon, exclusive of tho rear tenement.
Torms-Half cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
December 25 . _trnths?mwth'J
" ESTATE SALE". -
ly o--der of tho Oi-dinary of Charleston District. 8. C.,
.wiU be sold at ll o'clock on MONDAY, January 7, 1867.
at the plantation of the late Charles P. Shier, near the
State Road, and two milos above Goose, Creek Bridge,
3 GOOD WORK MULES
2 Wagons and Harness
1 Cart, l lot Rico Straw
1 Revolver and Gold Spectacles
1 Gold Watch
Plantation and Carpenters' Tools
300 ccrds of Oak Wood, on the land where lt was cut
Hous jhold and Kitchen Furniture, bc, bc
Terms cash. ROBERT AUSTIN,
Valuable Plantation near Bluifton and House t:i v
BY JACOB COHEN -Si CO.
Lt Private Sale- " " _
AU that TRACT OF LAND known as Roso Dew Planta
ion, ai mated on May River, four (4) miles from Bluffton. ,
ontalntng ono thousand (1000) acros ol high land (about
breo hundred of which are cleared) and sevonty (70)
?ros of marsh. This placo has been under cultivation
his year, and tho landa arc of tho bent quality for Sea
aland cotton and provisions. On the 'place is a barn,
?in honce and negro houses. Also, belonging to the
Ibovo and a short cf atanco from it, a tract of ono hundred
?res of Pino Land. ? .
With tho above can be purchased a comfortable two
rtory Dwelling and Outbuildings, on a one (1) aero lot,, in
he town of Bluflton. - ''?.;'.'
A TRACT OF LAND, within throe (3)noflea of Bluffkin,
?ntainlng seven hundred and stely'two sudahxtffTiSX
icres all o? which is heavily ^rev-led witliTOak, Hickory
aid Pine; and being immediately contiguous, to -Hay
"tiver, could be made profitable by tho sale of wood,
rheso landa, when cleared; aro of the best quality for Ssa
.aland Cotton. Adjoining, and belonging to thia -gabor
s a fifteen (15) acre lot, on a high bluff, on May Elver *r
-for a settlement and Summer Residence being perfect
y "healthy; atoll seasons. . , . ..- "~.r
For terms ana further particulars, apply aa above, at
CORNER OP EAST RAY AND BOYCE'S WHARF.
December ll _tn Upstairs.
Furniture, Horses, Vel?desf Ac.. air Auction,
BY-SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
So. S7 Brood street, souUi side, near Sta tr?
Sales of FURNTTURE. &c, at private nstdesces to
?ndod to tt moderate charges. ' ___J,aT
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, yERWLBfl?
FURNITURE, Ac., at half-past 10 o'clock, ?tour-???.