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THUlisDAY Mt ?UMSO, JANUARY ?. 1.86?,
LJOCA I. M ATTIC RS.
THE N EW YEAR.-1666 died a watery death, and
07 was boin in l ears. Jupiter Pluviua waa evident- j
ly the presiding deity on that occasion, and Iii?
efforts have been crowned willi signal success.
'.Thc oldest inhabitant" scarcely remembers to
have jeen muddier streets, or to have oxperiouced
greater difficult? and danger in crossing them. At
tho down-town terminus or tho City llailroad a
vast oxpa-'.se or mud moots tho eye, and it requires
some strategy to eff< ct a crossing in safely. East Hay
was in no bette:- plight, but in some piscos consi?
derate hands bad placed stepping stones which
wore hnile.l ..?tb pleasure by the muddy pedes?
trians. The sircot cars have redoubled their popu?
larity by tiie present, weather, bul ii is no ea.sy
task to reach them through tho mud that thick,
soft amt watery, ia everywhere to bo seen. Throo
days' rain have completely changed the face of na?
ture, and wo now live ia an atmosphere of mud.
Nothing less than a bloomer could stand tho pr?s?
ame, and oven ttltareens hovo boen forced to re?
main within doors.
VALUABLE CLEARANCE.-The linc ship Alary Og?
den, Captain HATHAWAY, was cloarod yesterday for
Liverpool by Messrs. \V. 15. SHIITE & Co., having
, on board 47 bales Sea Island and 2S5G bales TJplaud
L Cotton, valued at $431,297.
ATTENTION is called to a notice of a public moot?
ing recently hold hi thia city by tho surviving
members of the South Carolina l?egular Brigade.
We most heartily commend tho object of the meet?
ing to tho attention of the public.
UNITED STATES Cmcrvr COURT_Thc great Bank
case of MCCRAZ ?nd others rs. T':o Bank of
Charleston and others, has been assignod for trial
to-day. Thc questions to be submitted involve the
responsibilities of incorporations for tho bills and
debts of tho banks, nnd thc trial will no doubt bo
noticed with interest by the community.
AT THE regular meeting of .Jefferson Lodge, No.
4, I. O. O. F., held ou Tut .- (lay evening, 1st inst.,
thc following officers were duly elected and install?
ed for the ensuing term :
Bro. 0. A. WILLIAMSON, N. G.
Bro. WM. F.. MILLIGAN, V. G.
Bro. W. A. KENYON, lie..-. Secretary.
Bro. .TAMER S1LCOX. Per. See. and Treasurer.
Bro. M. CORDOVA. O. D. G.
Bro. B. LEVY, I. D. Cl.
TTPOORAPHICAL SOCIETY.-Tho anniversary of
this Society was duly celebrated al their hall on
Tuesday afternoon. A fino collation had been pro?
vided through the generosity of Mr. J. H. VOU-ERS,
wliich tho Typos soon knocked into pi. After the
regular business of thc day was over and the col?
lation duly disposed of, they proceeded to an elec?
tion of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted
in the following choice :
*L. P. ASHBY. President.
tc. A. D. CHU Rf TU, vice-President.
T. F. O'SULLIVAN, Treasurer.
?S. D. HUTSON. Secretary.
Finance Committee-M. Tracy, Joseph W. Rutland and
Committee tn Relief-T. F. O'Sullivan, C. F. B. Bromer,
and G. W. Nickersou.
Committee oi Burial Lots-Tas. B. O'Reilly. T. F. O'Sul?
livan and John Ct?s.
*Ffce J. B. O'REII.I.V. declined a re-cloction.
IFtce L. P. Asunv. elected President.
inte C. F. B. BBEMEn, declined re-election.
SHOOTTNO.-A policeman named EVARS, who was
on duty on North Atlantic Wharf, on Tiieaday
night last, went on board of thc brig Chebuctoo,
lying at that spot, and after some conversation
with the steward of thc vessel, threatened to
?hoot him. Tho steward, in reply, while opening
his shirt, told EVARS that he had a fine breast to
shoot at, and that he had better fire away; and after
a word or two more, the policeman did (trellis pistol,
and inflicted a very severe wound in tho cheek of
tho steward. In leaving ihn brig EVARS fell over?
board, but waa rescued, and is now at the Guard
House under arrcat.
EMANCIPATION DAT.-According to the pro?
gramme this day was celebrated by tho freedmen,
though not in the style nor with the display con?
templated. The miserable weather thinnod the
procession very much, and before they reached
their destination they were hardly moro than a
straggling crowd. Thc parado created no excite?
ment for sevoral reasons, principally because
there were few in the streets beyond tho partici?
pants. Speeches were made by some of the era
tors, congratulating their hearers on having ob?
tained the bloasings of freedom, and hiddhig them
to continue ia their aspirations, and-to press
steadily onward to t he goal.
FIBE.-About 7j A. M., or. Now Year's morning,
smoke was discovered issu ing lVom the premisos
of Mrs. BONXEAU, on tho west side of Smith street,
two doors from Beaufain. The firemen were
promptly on hand, and by theil- exertions the fire
was confined to the front rooina of tho houso, but
in order to approach tho lire, the flooring had to
be cut away. Tho accident wis caused by a de?
fective fine, which communicated thc fire to the
floors. At tho time of tho fire the house was oc?
cupied by Major S:>IITI?, of the Freedmen's Bureau,
but aB he had comment ru moving the evening be?
fore, his furniture was comparativo]? uninjured.
Tho damage done by the Uro, water, und tho fire?
men's axes to the property, will probably amount
to 42000 or ?-300O, which was covered by no insur?
ance, the Burean having had possession of tho
house since the occupation cf tho city.
MAYOR'S COURT, January i.-Henry Johnston, a
colored waiter at the Planters' Hete!, who, upon the
evidence of Air. Vi'. BROWS, had drawn a knife and
stabbed CHARLES COSTAE, a white attendant at the
?ame establishment, was sent, to a magistrate for
The case of F. FERNANDEZ, a sailor, who cut
ISAACTAYLOR in two places. . t the boarding house
of LOBDOBIO &, LAWLESS, No. 1 Qneeu street, was
disposed of in tho same way-.
A female, who is euspocted of selling liquor with?
out a license, was dismissed with a warning.
Sampson Sanders, one of the blackest of our
African fellow-citizens, who gol drunk from stand?
ing by a hot stove, and then went out and raised a
promiscuous row, was fined SS.
January 2.-Peter Kobcrts, an individual of very
dark complexion, who had t aken a nip or two of
prepared corn water, and consequently was dis?
posed to be riotous and uso bsd language in the
public streets, was fined S5.
Winiam Jarvis and William Jones, two colored
sportsmen, who were s;irr?ig up the gamo within
the precincts of tho city, and firing their piecos
with a rapidity that prevented their bringing any?
thing down, were themselves 'nagged, and after
paying $5 each, had to submit to the mortification
of having their splendid "Mantons" confiscated.
At this season, which is usually looked upon as
one when men give too free a rein to indulgences,
and riots and tumults are the consequence, it is
highly gratifying to observe how quietly tho holi?
days have passed in our city, and to" note the
trivial cases which have boon recorded on the
Mayor's bcok. Wo sincerely hope it niav long con?
tinue so. *
' CELEBRATION OF TOE I. O. O. F.-The public
celebration of this order, which was to have taken
place on tho first, was postponed on account of the
inclemency of the weather ; but in tho evening, tho
library Association of tho Odd Fellows met at
their Hall, corner of Liberty and King streets, and
celebrated their first anniversary. An address
suitable to the occasion was delivered by tho
orator of tho day. Mr. L. P. Asnr.Y. The Associa?
tion then proceeded to an election for officers,
which resulted in (ho re-election of tho old incum?
Business being over, an adjournment to tho
more congenial clime of Tulley's was moved and
carried, and the moc.bcrs, with SOTHO invited
guests, proceeded to discuss a supper which had
been prepared for them. Although they were odd
fellows, yet they wore riot t-.t all singular in their
tastes, but did ample justice to tho spread, cre?
ating such a havoc that thc tables were soon
The spirituals having made their appearance
we President jounced the following toasts :
"Our Beloved Order."
^Which was replied to by the President, F. D.
PracrorEY, who gave
"The Orator of the Etienina."
Besponded to by Mr. L. P.'ASHBS.
Dr. JNO. H. HONOUR, Jr., Grand Secretary Mr
J. G. MARTIN, Grand Representative, and others'
subsequently spoke in response to calls and gave
some account of Odd Fellowship during the late
struggle, showing that whilo other Corporations
and Associations had felt tho blighting touch of
war, yet uaa ieiiowB?ip hart stood nrm, and was
now stronger than over before.
Amongthe toasts of Hie evening was
"The vrrtuous Press : Tho groat Palladium of
No representative of any of thc editorial staff
being present, it waa briefly responde 1 to by Mr.
JJ. P. ASHBY, of tho BAILY JSEWA ofiico.
The Association separated ata late hour, fully
satisfied that Tulley know a thing or two in hi?
line, and that it was .difficult to spend a more
pleasant New Year's Day.
CTBOTJLATINO LDMLVSY.-Wo call attention to the
advertisement of Mr. TOOLER, in another column,
announcing that he has established a circulating
library at hie store, No. 108 Market street, in-con?
nection with his newspaper, book and stntionory
business. Mr. V. is very well qualified for such a
business, as he is a man of considerable culture,
and has a pretty good knowledge of books.
Among the WorkB in his "library" are to be found
those of Sir "WALTER SCOTT, BULWER, JAMES,
DICKENS, THAOKEBAY. GEORGE SAND, EUGENE SUE,
ALEX. DOTAS, Mrs. SouTHWOBTn, Mrs. STEPHENS,
jurs. OLIPHANT. Miss ANNIE THOMAS, BERTOLDS,
and a boat of others we cannot now mention.
BEOULAB MEBTTHO CITY COUNCIL.-Held ut
Council Chamber, City Hall al 5 P. M., January 2d,
16C7.-Present-Tho Mavor, Alderman Bavoncl,
Wragg, Small, O'Neil, Oluoy, Oakes, Marshall, Eu?
ston. vVhildon. CoHtrrovc. Butler and Courtenay.
Tho minuios of last meeting wore read and coa
Application of .T. Bums, .Tunk Shop Lieouso, re?
ferred to Committee on Liconjo.
Acta of Legislature, referring to condition and
woli'are of Charleston, which had been forwardod
by the Attornoy-Gcuoral. were read.
"Application of Goo. B. Bichard, for reduction of
assessment of property on East Bay, waa referred
to tho Committee on Betrcnohmontand Relier.
Bill of Gas Company, reforred to Committo on
Alderman Oakos prcsoutod favorahlo reports on
several liconses. Accepted.
Alderman Whildun presented unfavorable re?
ports on xiotition of Young America Fire Compauv,
and on the renovation of tue Firo Alarm Telegraph.
Aldorman Gerdts presented a petition from J. S.
Biggs & Co., in rcforenco to laying a track to Bat?
tery, in Sleeting street, and to Magnolia, through
either King and Meeting stroo -. This was con?
sidered preforablo to tho East Bay, as sovoral
citizens Ihcro objected, and tho Committoo on
??lroets offered tho folio .ring resolution : That the
charter bo grante?, and both extensions laid
beforo Juno noxt.
Tho Mayer considered that tho action of tho
Committee was irregular, as no previous notico
had boen given, so as to allow tho citizens of that
section to express tho r opinion on the subject.
Alderman wragg road the first report of tho Com?
mittee on Tidal Drains, which represented tho con?
dition'of said drains.
Tho Mayor reported favorably on tho application
of Mr. F. Clausson on tho erection of a steam on
The Mayor then referred to tho melancholy acci?
dent of la'st week, and quoted tho verdict of tho
jury on that occasion, and referred to tho strictures
of eorao of tho press published. He stated that tho
premises nt tho time had been examined by hun.
and he held himself as head of Council entirely ac?
quitted of blame, and ho recommended that a com?
mittee bo appointed by Council to thoroughly in?
vestigate tho matter and report.
Aldorman Wragg, on the same subject, spoke of
tho condition of the wall at present, and what it
was beforo the accident. Tho wall originally loft
standing remained so at request of owner, who con?
sidered it secure enough to rebuild upon ; that tho
unfortunate man, by using tho premises, daily ex?
posed his life by his temerity, and Counc? was not
responsible. Ho, therefore, offered tho following :
Resolved, That his Honor the Mayor be, and
horebv is, empowered to collect the facts connect?
ed with the death of Thoa. Frean, and report them
to Co-incil at his earliest convenience. Adopt?d.
A BiB of Alderman Euston's to aopoint as In?
spector of Steam Engins and Boiler , within tho
limita of the city came p for its second reading,
tho title was changed BO to read the City Steam
Engineer, instead of Inspector. Considerable dis?
cussion arose on fil ing the blanks in tho Bill,
when Alderman Bavenel moved that the Bill be
printed as amecded and brought up for future dis?
Tho Bill to establish : ?o office of Teacher of the
German Language in the High School of Charles?
ton carno up for its second reading. On motion of
Alderman Marshall the Bill was taken up for its
third reading, which was passed, and its title
changed to an Act.
j Alderman Wragg moved that the Keeper of Tidal
Drains be allowed to contract fer g-ates for drains.
The Mayor stated that he had already made con
! tracts for some which would be furnished at lowest
Alderman Wragg explained his motion to mean
an upright grate, instead of the kind now used,
but subsequently withdrew the motion.
Alderman Gerdts, from tho Committee on Streets,
recurred to the petition of the Street Railway Com?
pany, and moved that the petition of tho Company
bo granted, provided both extensions be laid be?
fore the 1st of June next.
Aldorman Butler moved that tho resolution be
.-nendod by inserting that the Company offer po
.ndrance to any other road from hereafter cross?
ing them. Motion and amendment carried.
Alderman Whildcn moved that Council proceed
to an election of Chimney Contractor at next meet?
Alderman Whildon introduced a Bill to define the
rights and privileges of street railways, which
came up for first reading.
Aldermen Olney and Willis were assigned to
There hoing no further business, Council ad?
THE BALL ON SrLVESTKR-KViNrNO.-TheJGerman
Artillery Association, Company B, according to
previous announcement, had a ball at Hibernian
Hall on Now Year's eve. The Hall was orowded
with the gay and fair. This was perhaps the most
successful ball of the season. There were as many
as one hundred couples sometimes performing on
tho "fantastic," and others impatiently waiting foi
their turn. MULLER'S Bond was in attendance
sufficient proof in itself that the affair was a livelv
one. Mr. SCKBODBB prepared the supper, and
from the neat and clean work made by the opera?
tors, he has every reason to believe that his efforts
met with the fullest appreciation. The Committee
of Arrangements deserve great credit for the hand?
some manner in which the affair was gotten up.
ATTENTION is called to an important sale of ma?
chinery at Socie y EiU, on the 7th inst.
THOSE SPLENDID "Frocks," at MCCORMICK'S, anc
so astonishingly cheap, too, aro woU worthy thc
consideration of our citizens. Boad his advertise
menr, or, better still, go to his store, No. 35 Broac
THE LEAHY NEW YORK STEAMSHIPS_Tho favorite
steamship Quaker City is undergoing an overhand?
ing at New York, and tho steamship Andalusic
took her plaeo, and left that city on Saturday last
for this port, but had the misfortune when of
Barnegat, to break nor cylinder, which roquiret
her to put back to Now York. The Btoamshit
Granada has taken her place, and loft Now Yorl
Tuesday for this city, where she may bo looked foi
ANOTHER NEW GAS IMA-BOVESIENT-Mr. BRANI
OA3?, agent for the Lava Tipped Gas Burners, ii
in the city, and invites the gas consumers to hil
burners. He recommends them as being ir ucl
suporior to any other burner now in use, having
ono great advantage over tho metalic in tho fact
tl: : t tho atmosphere will not corrode them. Ht
claims to save thirty per cont, of tho consnmptioi
also by tho application of his bnrnor. Wo loan
from him that they are in use in all thc lamps o:
tho principal cities,* including Charleston, and that
wherever they are introduced they give entire
satisfaction. He is stopping at tho Planters' Hotel
CHANGE IN BUSINESS.-It will be seen in OBJ
paper of this morning that the popular druggists
Messrs. KINO & CASSTDEY, who have made them
selves so favorably known as accommodating am
gentlemanly business men, have disposed of theL
stock of drugs and modicines to Messrs. Down: am
MOISE, who will continue the wholesale drug busi
noss at the old stand, No. 151 Meeting street. Mr
Downs has been engaged in the drug business ii
Charleston for the past fifteen years, having booi
a member of the well known firm, 8IMONDS, Bun
& Co., and BUFF & DOWIE. Mr. MOISE was alsi
engaged in this business before the war, and hat
boen sinco its close associated in the managemen
of the business of Messrs. KING & CABSIDEY.
SIMPLE, BUT EFFECTUAL.-The entire freedom
from aU deleterious ingredients renders "BROWN']
BRONCHIAL TROCHES," or Cough and Voice Lo
zenges, a safe remedy for tho most delicate femali
or youngest child, and has ca' ised them to be heit
i u the highost esteem by singer* and public speak
ors generally. In coughs, irritation of the throat
caused by cold or unusual exertion of the voca
organs in sneaking in public or singing, they pro
duce the most beneficial results.
THE imbecility of physicians is bitterly inveigh
od against by venders of pateut medicines, whi
cannot persuade members of the profession to us.
o r recommend their preparation. The proprieto
of PECTORAL BM has no such complaint to make
he has reason to return thanks for the cordialit
with which the ablest members of the professioi
recommend and use this invaluable medicine
For sale by a? Druggists.
KING & CASSEDEY, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
Auction Sales This Day.
R. AL MARSHALL SI Bao. w?l sall this day, at the!
sales room, Ko. 33 Broad street, at 10 o'clock. Baddie cn
draft horse, buggy and harness, spring wagon, furn!
LAUBEV St ALEXANDER will sell this day, In their stor<
Ko. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, hams, shoulders, tongue:
coffee, mustard, spices, lanterns, tc.
Bo WEBS & Snxox will sell thia day, In front of th
Exchange, Broad street, at ll o'clock, a two-story woode
building and kitchen, on leased land, No. 21 Hanovc
SMITH & GILLTVSAV w?l cell this day, in front of thc!
office, Ho. 37 Broad street, at ll o'clock, a house and lot <
land in Cannon's Court; also, house and lot on the nort
side of Columbus street; and the lease of s valuabi
cotton plantation on John's Island.
B. MCCALL will sell this day, at tho old postofflce, at 1
o'clock a valuable and desirable lot of real estate, situai
In tho npper part of the city.
MILLIGAN, MSLCHXBS A Co. will sall this day, at the!
store. Ko. 22 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, a saddle an
draft pour, and a lot of dry goods, ready-made clothlnt
Tho latest and most effectual remedy for the cure <
debility, loes of appetite, headache, torpor of the lived
etc., ls PAK KN IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale b
aU Druggists. th
CONNUBIAL FELICITY AND Buss-HOW WIVES SHOOT.
ns TaBATZD.-Nothing is more susceptible of han
"from the storms of this rude world," than the d?licat
nature of woman. The husband remains hearty and n
bust in seasons when the frail and delicate wife drool
uke a rudely handled sensitive plant, "The storm th!
leaves tho oak unscathed uproot* tho flower." If you
wife ls ailing, if sickness prostrates her, if maternal sol
citude and care wear upon her, ?member, you ara th
Heaven-appointed guardian of her health. You ghoul
not ftul to supply her with delicacies which win sash
Nature in restoring her to full vigor. PLANTATION Br
TEHS are Just tho thing she needs. Their effect In bulk
lng up the system, restoring the life torces to their or
gi nal vigor, creating new blood and adipose matter
truly magical. tuth*3 January 1
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL NOTICE.-Dm. CLECELET
SOHLET (of Columbus, Ga.,) having permanently locate
in Charleston, respectfully tender their services to tl
citizens, in tho practice of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. has had the experience of fifteen year* In th
school of medicine.
Office ot our residence. No. ll, S. W. corner C?LLEG
and GREEN STREETS (corner of Oreen).
HBO VET M. CLEOXXXT, M. P_Pjnxrr T. SCBLET, Si. ]
FINE BLACK BROADCLOTH
ONLY $35 EACH.
MR. JAMES MCCORMICK. TO HTS FRIE: DS AND
Fellow-citizens, ;;roctiun: Ho desiroth them to
know that ho will make an elegant new Ono BLACK
BROADCLOTH FROCK COAT, to order, nt tho low
prto? of ?35. and mado, too. to flt to a T; niaao, ?tl ?hort,
38 only he [MCCORMICK] can make them.
Januar;- 3_3_No. 35 Broad street
DRY GOODS, ETC.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS HIS STOCK OF WIN?
TER DRESS GOODS-comprising Colored Alpaca?,
Worsted Plaids, Empress Cloths, kc -at greatly reduood
JAMES 1?. BETTS,
January 3 0 No. 252 KING STREET.
Just Received, at the
SIM, WEBB 4 CB.,
No. 287 King street,
?BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF
FANCY IND STAPLE DM GOODS,
Most o? which has just been purchased by ono of the
Firm at much lower prices than we have yet boen able
to show this season.
I Our city and country friends, and the public generally,
I aro respectfully invited to examine OUR STOCK before
purchasing elsewhere. We will guarantee all Goods at
the lowest market prices.
Some Goods we are offering at very low prices,
LINEN CRASH, for Towels, at. inc.
BLEACHED LINEN CRASH at. 12,^c.
VERY GOOD LON G CLOTH at. 12>ic
GOOD SHIRTING LONGCLOTH from.17 to 20c.
GOOD BROWN SHIRTINGS at 7 yds. for... ...31.00
CALICOES at. 12J?C
A FEW MOURNING CALICOES, a little dam?
aged, at.,. 12>?c
NEW STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES, at .
.lfiH.lSJi. 20 to 25c.
ONE CASE OF ASSORTED TURPLE PRINTS,
ranging from.20 to 30c.
4-4 PURPLE PRINTS, English,
j 4-4 BROWN MIXED PRINTS, French,
i We have also opened entirely new and very desirable
! patterns, in all of Hie very best makes of PRINTS.
FURNITURE PRINTS AND WHITE AND COLORED
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUNTER, which contains a
variety of Goods at almost half price, consisting of a few
COLORED WORSTED PLAIDS,
COLORED CASHMERE PLAIDS,
PLAID LUSTRES, for Mourning.
Together with other DRESS GOODS, which are very
cheap at twenty-five cents.
ALSO TO OUR THIRTY TO THIRTY-FIVE CENT
COUNTER, which contains an assortment of
PLAIN AND MIXED POPLINS,
A FEW PIECES OF PLAIN MERTNOES AND STRIPED
DELAINES, double width, which we now offer at 30 to
35 cents-original prices 50 to 65 cents.
We also invite attention to many other styles of
DRESS GOODS that we have marked down In similar
ENGLISH MERTNOES AND COBURGS.
FRENCH MERTNOES, from.il.00 to 1.25 and $1.10.
Some of the pieces are very cheap in all shades.
FULL LINES OF EMPRESS CLOTHS IN AT.T.
COLORS, in Drabs, Slates, Royal Purple, French Blue,
Mazarine Blue, Moroona, kc, Ac, which we will sell
cheap ; together with almost every style of DRESS
GOODS usually brought to this market
WE ARE SHOWING FULL LINES OF GOODS TN
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT.
CLOTHS AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRTS IN THE BEST
BLACK GOODS AND SILK GOODS DEPART?
We are offering a beautiful lino or Colored Silks and
fjd 1. ne of Black Silks in an qualities.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTM1 "NT.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Full lines of English and German Hosiery.
Two full lines of French Kid Gloves in every number.
OUR LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT will be
found well stocked with all the most useful articles for
family and housekeeping purposes; together with ovory
other article to be found in our line, which we will sell
at the lowest market prices for CASH OR CITY AC?
Our country friends can make their purchases by
order, or should they visit the city, we will be glad to
have them call on us.
N. B_SAMPLES AND PRICE LBST8 sent free Of
jharge to any part of the State.
Be SOTO and call at
STQLL, WEBB & CO/3,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
(Bancroft's Old &tand).
WHITE & P AINE,
Sunning & Commission Merctonts
NO 4 SOCTH ATLANTIC WHARP,
CUAKL^SSXOrv, 8? C,
jr. J. WHITE.,,......""...,...,,5iE0jia?lS. ?A.:>".?
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
SILKS, mum, BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMEliiS, SHAWLS.
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, BALMORAL AM) DUPLEX SKIRTS,
FRENCH CORSETS, REAL LACES, EMBROIDERIES, ( OLLARS, ALEX?
ANDER'S KID Ai LOVES,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, such ?is Linen Sheetings, Pillow Casings and
Towelings, Curtain Stuffs, &c, many of direct importation.
Are Offering from Dccomboi' 1st to Reduce Stoclc, at
UFFERHARDT, CAMPSEN & CO.'S,
fi.E.COaNERKIXG AM> MAltKET STREETS.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
No. 449 KING-STREET,
FOUR DOORS 1STO?ITH OIE1 CALHOUN,
CHOICE IT-A-HVELT-Y G33.OCJBK.rES,
ALES, WINES, r.IGiXTOS.S, &c,
WHICH THEY ABE SELLING AT REASONABLE PBICES.
GOODS PURCHASED FROM TTS WILL UK DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, RAILROAD
DEPOTS, kc, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE.
LIBERAL INDCCEA1SNT? OFFERED TO TUE TRADE, AT TUE SION OF
THE "Bia PITCHES."
November S_ tlntn
GREAT R?D1OT?0N IN P
LEVY & ALEXANDER'S
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Establishment,
No. 275 KING STREET,
A. F. BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
HAVING NOW OUR FULL STOCK OF WINTER GOODS ON HAND. AND HAVING JUST REDUCED OUR
prices, wo would cull theattontlon of tho citizens of Charleston and merchants iu the country to tue sanie,
which we arc prepared to dispose ol' at the cheapest and most reasonable raten in town. We have constantly on
hand ft largo assortment of Uno BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, FINE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, OVERCOATS lol
all descriptions), FANCY CASSIMERE SUITS, kc... kc, and a large and well selected snpplv ol PLANTATION
GOODS, in the shape ol' cheap SATINET SUITS, cheap COATS, VESTS and PAN I'S.
We would also call tho attention or Ute public to our large supply of
BOYS' " AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For fall and winter wear, which ltave been selected with care and attention, and which we would most respectfully
request them to inspect before going elsewhere. Tosethor with a large and well assorted stock of MEN'S and
BOYS' HATS and CAPS, anni GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
LEVY & ALEXANDER.
P. S. Being desirous of closing out our stock of COOTS and SHOES, wo offer them lo the public nt rates thai cannc
bc surpassed in town.
P. S. Mr. F. C. MILLER would be happy to sec lils friends again at the above nlaco.
December IS. "
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LARGS : STOCK OP THE FINEST GRADES OP
OLD MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKED
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN33 AT LOWEST PRICES.
DRY GOODS, ETC. !
NO. 24=8 Ki rag Street,
BETWEEN II ASEL. A KD MAXKET STS.,
RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION 0*'
THE PUBLIC to his varied, stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REIOCCED TRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.'
6000 YARDS BLACK AND V? HITE POPLINS, at 15c.
With alargo variety ot other D? tESS GOODS ranging on
thc same price.
Our HUSH POPLINS and SIVE GOODS are worth the
attention of customers and tho? i seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapnesst. Tho attention of the
Ladies ls particularly requested to the same.
Tho Linen Department is ?a!l supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, w*th a large assortment ol
TOWELLINGS, all of the most popular brands, and at
much Tcduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
Those seeking such will find "my G-4 BLACK AND !
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $ 2.50 t.- bc a very fine !
PRINTS & DOMEST CCS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED M-ADDER PRINTS, at
12 ii c. per yard, ia offered.
BBOWN (iOODS.-STRIPED SB tnrriNG.AND TICK?
INGS, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FliANNEL DE?
20 PIECES 3-1 FINE SALISBURY PL ANNEL, at 30c.
per ya.d. With largelot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHE AP,
A very large lot BLANKETS, in Wnite and Colored, is
offered at from $4 per pair and upwar rds. Particular at?
tention is paid to tho
CLOAK AND SHAWL* DEPART?
In which -will bo found the Lotest Styles and Best
Fabrics in Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPitRTMENT.
1500 FRENCH LACE COLLARS- are offored at 15c.
each. Genuino Cluny, Guipuro s nd Brussels Laces, a)
very low figures.
1000 pieces English and French BC INSET RIBBONS, in
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES- AND MISSES' HATS, C ?trich Feathers and
Flowers, in gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GLOT32 DEPART?
In this Une win be found a well and, carefully se'^cted
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, foi . Ladies. Gents and
Children. Best or KID GLOVES for Ladies and Gentle?
men, Just received ot vory low prices . Also, Berlin Cos?
el mere and Lined Thread and silk f cloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED M7/ STOCK in all its dii
feroLt departments, I can assure those in want ol any?
thing in my Uno, that they win fr jd largo assortments in
every class of GOODS, and ot such rates that will defy
A call ia respectfully Bolici* -a.
NO. 048 KING STREET,
Be twee?. Hasel and Market streets.
~^-ILWf & CHISOLM, ""
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
\\[ IXL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AN?
TV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic ports) of
COTTON. RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS."...A. R. CHISOLM.
i October JR
E. M.. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
.trw* to No>. ?3 CHURCH STREET, one acor
north, ol moan stzaat. Attirait 31
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Famishing Goods
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
So. 103 EAST BAY STIiEET,
December 21 Imo Under the American Hotel.
? SAILORS' ??TFITTIN&DEPOT
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
Dccembor 21 Imo
T?RBA?I & MME,
No. 1 9G ICING STREET,
THIRD DOOR A BOTE HORLBECK'S ALLE1
HAVE JUST DECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK O:
FALL AND WESTER GOODS, consisting of til
finest FRENCH ANI> ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOl
SKINS, and ft full vr riely of tho neatest and latest atyl
patterns of CAKHJCEItES. VELVETS', SILKS, &c
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overco.**??. "nd a fu
supply of Medium Grade. Cloths and Casain.'ierc8 for Di
They arc now prepared a i make np Garments chea]
ly as can bu dono in any I Northern city, and iini8.v,cl1 1
the latest and most fashion able styles, or many style
They respectfully invite their friends and the public ti
call and examine tile stock for themselves.
All orders will bo prompt ly executed and gocd Hts ant
prompt workmanship will bo guaranteed.
No. 35 BROAD STREE!
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
1UITS CF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER A:
November 37_MHRCHANT TAILOR.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER W
MUS, CASSIMERES AND
GENTS' ^FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET!
J-?ly 23 Cmos CHARLESTON, S. C.
M??iRT, W1WRD & CO.,
tf/ tNUFACJTDHESS AND WHOLESALE DEALEE
A MERICi VN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 67,
'na ?. Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
A* HMD, T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December M Gmo_A. T. HAMILTON.
Bim IVSTER & SPRATT,
^tto7Bey8 a\ * Law & Solicitors in Equitr
OPFie^ No. 98 BROAD STREET.
ire of a EaniU'l Dreh..;";,<./ //ouse/
Xeir M,ltt,; .isex'; Wa(?wl?, .'. v..
MCKAY it CAJ?-BKLI..,
CU-Slt AuC?iOH HoilHC, No. ."?."? IlllSl'l Mt)
postto I*osf ol?ico.
Will w<ll TO-MORROW. Ith inst., nt lil oV
MAHOGANY SIDEBOARDS, Sofus. Hinom
robes. Marble-top Tables. Card 'fables, What
lor. Dining anil Bedchamber Chairs, .ve., .Ve.
moil PORT AHO COTTAGE Ii KOSTKA Iis
Washstands. Towel Racks. Ma?tresses. Pillow,
Blaukots. Sheets and Bedding, .ve.
PIANOS, MIRRORS, Paintings and F.ugravh
STOVES, COOKING UTENSII S, Crock-rv
Glassware, ka.. &c.
Conditions cash. .K
Shoes. Clothing, Hats, ?tic.
BY WILKCK SON.
TO-MORROW. 4th inst., at our salesroom;!, corner St:
a-.d Chalmers streets, at 10'j o'clock, will be ?old ti.
c oso out invoice?, wi bout reserve,
10 - asen asserted Seasonable CLOTHING, easi-s HOOT.1
Men ... Women's, Misses and Children's Sho< i
Coses All-Wool assorted Huts, -Jockeys
Hbds. Bacon, cases Ale, Cider and Champagne
Mat?, Clothes Lines. Axes, Hatchets, Tubs
12-4 Military Wanket?, Scgars, Smoking Tobacco, Ma
malade. 4?c" kc
Conditions-Sinus under SUKI, cash: over that amount
approved endorsed notes or city acceptance for 30 days.
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY .1 Co..
No. :f.y.t Kins-street, of a general assortment uf DRY
GOODS, Clothing. Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery. Perfumery and Soaps. * January :!
Estate Sale of Croce}'!/ Store corner o? Smith and
Queen streets-Estate of Any. Ii. Uriiikmyer. and
sold by permission of the Ordinary.
BY* F. NIPSON.
TO-MORROW, 4th :ustant. will positively be sold, at lo
THE CONTENTS OK THE STORE.
CONSISTING; or :
GROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, such cs
Barrels of Bacon, Barrels ol' Flour, Barrels of Sugar,
Brown and White: Burrel? of Liquors, kc. such as s re
generally found in a larye Retail Grocery Store.
Conditions cash. tuthf 3 " J inuary 3
IMPOUTAST SALE AT SOCIETY" HILL,
On THURSDAY*, Kith January, 18Cti, will bc sold lo the
All thal valuable MACHINERY al thc Saw Mill on Cedar
Creek, near Society Hil],
CONSrSTINO OK :
Ono 42-inch REYNOLD'S 'TURBINE,
ls feet Upright Shafting, 4'i inch.
12 feet line shafting. '?ri indi.
O e 0 feet Flv Wheel.
Two ii feet Pulleys.
One Double Hanger.
Two Pedestal I'.locks.
All of which Machinery is complete, and with a head
of ll feet water is capable ol' exertim a force equivalent
to forty-borsu power. This nu ive [wwer may be soeu
any day in operation until d y ol' sale. A table of j.ow.
ers and velocities, and nil information furnished by ap?
plying to the undersigned.
One first-elasn SAW MILL, manufactured by Pago .V.
Co.. Baltimore, but little used.
All the necessary BELT?, TOOLS, ?e.. belonging to
tho Mill. Sale positive.
For further information, address.
January 3_ _ 2 _ EVANS, LEE .V. CO.
House and Lot .Yo. 120 Oimihq street.
BY" CLIFFORD ?X; MATHE VI* ES,
Real Efitatr Agents, Sn. rio Hroud street.
Will bc sold, on WEDNESDAY*, 9th .lauuarv, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postolliee.
That Three Story WOODEN UOU.SK. willi LO'I', known
ns No. 125 Coming street, .-.nd Outbuildings. Lot mea?
sures BO feet front, by ITO feet deep.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two, and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of the prop?
erty, with interest. Purchaser to pay Clifford .V Ma
tbewes ?or papers and stomps. January 3
House and Ult. A",'. :i Elliot!'.street.
BY CLIFJF05?D ? MATHEYVE:*,]
Real E?iati' Agents, \o. 50 Brom?! ?irce?.
Will be sold . n WEDNESDAY". ?thJanuarv, at ll o'clock,
at th-' old Postofficc.
That ONE-STORY WOOD KN HOUSE, with the LOT.
knoAnas No..3 Elliott street, having ls feet a inches,
moro or less. Iron:, and 92 feet depth, more ur less, being
but three doors from East Bay.
Terms cash. Purchaser to' pay Clifford ii Mathev.-cs
for papers and stamps. January il
Estate Sate-Valuable Sen Island Colton Planta
lion on .Min's Island.
BY* CLIFFOUO & MATHEWES,
Real Estufo Agents No. 51*. Brcatt-sfrcct.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, 9Ui Jamiarv, 1867, at the
old Postoffiee, at ll o'clock. "
PARK PLANTATION, situated on John's Island, fif?
teen miles from tho city, lt contains 12?I0 acres of high,
and a large body of* Marsh Land; -Hld acres of the
high lands ara cleared and well adapted to the produc?
tion of fine Long Cotton, from which large crops have
been formerly obtained. The remainder of the tract, is
n woods (most of which is original growth), affording an
abundant supply of timber, which, from its proximity to
the river, may be made available and profitable. There
is a small Dwelling and other buildings on the pface.
The BACK PEN* PLANTATION, on John's Island, roc
ins about 1O00 acres, but. a small portion el' which
has been cleared or cultivated, and tho remainder is ii:
woods of original growth, abounding In pine and othei
timber, which would alford great inducements to a pur?
chaser disposed to engage iu the timber business, inde?
pendent ot the advantages which may tm derived troni a
soil well adapted to tiie cultivation of cotton and foi
other agricultural purposes.
Terms.-One-fourth cash; balance in one and twe
years. Purchasers to pay Clilfoi'd .fe Mathev.'fis for pa
pers and stamps. tuthslwl December 25
Estate Sale- Valuable. Pin,?talion in P.arnwel
BY" E. L. SVD3I.EK.
Will be sohl at J'ublic Auction, on MONDAY, the TU
Januarv. at Barnwell C. H.,
A PLANTATION IN BARNWELL DISTRICT
four miles from Graham's Turnout, ou tbs Soutl
Carolina Railroad, at the junction of the Charleston ant
Augusta and ?rangeburg and Barnwell Roads. Tin
Plantation contains 1651 acres, 2:'.0 of which is o
thc very finest quality of River Swamp Land, most o
which hae been recently cleared, and will produce frou
40 to 50 bushels of Corn per acre, or a balo of Cotto:
per acre. Tho High Land is also of fme quality; a larg)
portion is heavily timbered. There is also on the i i .Sf
a good MiU site, and good landing on the Edisto lt!.' cr
perfectly healthy at all seasons of the year. This Planta
tion has the reputation of being one of the best in tha
part of the District.
Terms-One-quarter cash, balance in one and twi
years. Purchaser tc pay for papers and stamps.
December 25 tuthsG ml
UNDER DECREE IN EO.UITY.
Samuel H. Brownier, et al. er. Angelina Q. Earnest, Ad
m inistratrix, et al.
On MONDAY, the 7 th day of January. 3867, at 12 o'c?oe
M.. I mil sell before tho Court House, in Walterbot
ough, S. C.,
The following VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND, belong
ing to tho Estate of the late Noel B.-ownlee:
TRACT NO. 1.-Containing 276 acres, moro or less
bounded south by landa formerly of George Muckenfuss
north by the Four Hole Creek; east by Browulco tract
(ind west by lands unknown,
TRACT NO. 2.-Containing 4ft i< tere?, bounded nortl
by Thomas Way's land : east by George Way's land; wea
by irXocl Browiilce's land, and south by lands unknown.
'TRACT NO.'J.-Containing s:il 7-10 acres, houudoi
north by lauds of Harley .v. Ilutsou: cast bylands lot
morly of J. Walter; south by lands of T. W. Harley
southeast and sou thwest by lands of F.. B. Scolt, Esq.
TRACT ??O. 4_Coutaining 7T3 acres, moro or kW
bounded north by lands of B. Cummings and Mrs. Viard'
lauds; west by lands of Mrs. Viard and lands suppose,
to be granted to P. Givham, and E. Cummings' land
south aud southeast by John CampbeU's land; uorthcat
by lands of John Campbell and B. Cummings.
TRACT NO. 5.-Containing 1212 acres, more or lest
lying on tie Cypress Swamp and Captain's Creek.
The above described Tracts all situate iu St. George1!
Collcton, near the South Carolina Railroad.
The following Tract, known xs the "ISAAC'S TRACT,'
fcituste partly in Charleston and partly in Collcton Di:
trK'ts, containing 8C3 acres, lying on the Cypress Swamj
beni.waters o* 'ha Ashley River, and bounded ou th
north and northeast <b?limna of J-F. Brownlee ; wet
and northwest by laids o' Wuolf aaa'Wm- Cumming!
south and southeast by landa o ". 0 estaU> of ^a
Brownleo and tho Cypress Swamp.
TEUMS.-One-third cash ; balance pavablo on a cTT""
one and two yeara, in two equal annual instahuents, s.
cured by bond bearing interest from day of sale, personr
security and mortgage of the property.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
B. STOKES, C. E. C. D,
Commissioner's Ofllco, November 25. 18C6.
Deoember 27 thin*
WILLIAM fl. GILLILAXD & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. S3 HAY NE STREET.
Scot ember 3
JACOB G. RENTIERS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF LUMBER, TTY
BER and WOOD, to bo found at Ofllco of 8TEI?
ALEYER ii SON, Factors, foot Beauiain street, raspee
tully offers his services to tho public in above capacity.
Captain MEDICUS RICKENBACHER, of Orangebur)
wfll be happy to seo his friends at above Ofllco.
jpS-The Barnwell Sentinel and Edgofleld Advert?s*
please publish twice.
Huma. St. >. it '.'ci -a vOii/rn'r.
KY &. IVLKSA'NUKR.
THIS 1>,\V. th? instant, will he -ol.I in ournlnrn, Xi>.
l:i7 Kant IJay. .it Ul o'clock.
'." l.h.ts. ['UIN HAMS
s boxes Shoulders
:i li. rc.-. Si,to];,-I T ingvlci".
Condition?! eusli. January :I
Kat,lt.- Sufi' Crouml Colf.e \tnat,t,:i. Siiojra, J-.'.
EV LAI l.'EY ?v rVLrcXANUKSi.
TUES I.1.VV. tho :?il inst., will 1.old in ..ur ?torc. No.
i:>7 Hast Un v. at In ..'clock, on no. o::n' otestai
tn l!i>\i:s GKOt'Mi con'EE
1.1 boxes Mustard, Iii. Itu 1
IS box-s Cayctiri" hepper, lb. tins
Icxc.i War!, Hepper
.J" boxes f. ] , . .- nance, pints
li; boxes spices
box. s lt| i;?irl) Sola
- cans London ..lustred
- cans cayenne Pepper, .Vc, ic.
Conditions . ash. Juuiiar.\
/.'iittr-rns. .t v., . ... nevin-' of nil ntjtirif?rurtl.
ISY J..'.: tlK"a & A til'iX.VMIK'C.
'?Ul; DAY, tho ad ?us;., will bo i-old iu our store. No.
I:)7 l-i?Ki Day. ?it 1!) o'clock, on account of all 00:1
ID d...vu <?Lii!i!-.Tltr.rM;;n AND FLANGED DRASS
14 !>-12 Itrass. Tiuiu; t. Milked, and Hanged Lanterns
.il U-12 lio.tcn K.P.- H.. Lamp Humors
Comblions cash. .January 3
R?tale Sale of Hint.-, dh Lenst-l Land, hu rn-.Irr of
the Administrator orel v.ons'-ni ol'tin '/?-'Uretrii
HY HOWERS tv Slj.COX. ' J'
Will he sold THIS DAV. 3d inst., at U o'clvcit, lu fkmt
of I lie Exchange, Bread sf.oe .
All that TWO-STORY WOODEN Itt: ! I.ITN'. i .\N'?
KITOKKS, No. 'Jl llanover street, t.iurlh iiuuse. north
of Columbus ?tr et, on tim cast side, liull Hugs tobe
removal within flirty day? from day ot mle.
Conditions cash. I'lirclinsers to pay lt. A: s. for panera.
Jnnut.ry 3 ..tuttis
.1 Kcal Uriel: liesiilenee. an Eligible Corner Shuni,
and 1:0,,1: nient smtni Hindling.
Itv K. Mc' Af.!,.
THIS DAY, the :!d of.taniaiv. 1*307, at ll o'clock, at
tl.o old I'osi-.ltic.., will bc sold.
All that neal anil .!.. ".ubi.) two and a half -'torr BRICK
RESIDES! 'E ami !.. ifni' LAND, f?u the west side ol'
Elizabeth street, ncr Marj- street. : u.i known as So. 53.
coutuiiiiug toa** upi-iiibt moms. pan*ry. dressing nw?,
two attics and ivvo story piazza, with nas anti grates
throtighou t ,'tf?ted roof, .xe. Un thc Lot. whiah tncasures
ti", fed front and lim feet deep, more or les. are a kltehou
ot' four rooms, carriaire house, staid, s. larg.) cistern and
well of water. The location is pteta-aul anil healthy.
Al! that Ll IT Ol' LAND, eligibly located at tho south?
west corner ol i-.Ii/.ab. th and Mary streets, next north of
tho above, measuring :'?2 feet front on Elizabeth street
and iou feet, inore or Ies?. .m Mary sir.wt, haring there?
on a two and a hall" story frame Dwelling, and ntl ??tCCS
?ary outbuildings an.t conveniences. Willi little altera?
tion could bc ?nade a good stand for a genteel family gro?
Al! that LOT Ol" EAS!) on thc south sid- of Henrietta
street. No. 21, containing '25 fcc', from and IUD feet deep,
inore or les?, together willi a two and a half story frame
Dwelling, of tour upright rooms, pantry and dressing
room, and other imp: .vcments tliereou.
Conditions-Onc-l.;.if cash: balance payable in one
year, with legal ttitorc.st. t.. lie secured by bond of tho
purchaser ami mortgage ol' tho property; buildings to bc
insured ami policy assigned. Purchaser to pay U. Mc?
Call for necessary paliers.
?Ve?c 3oi7.t P!ii llams. Should- ra. Siripa, Ac.
,71SKI-'?)St?M ?V < ;!.
Will sell THIS HAY. in front ol' their r.iore, So. ?7 Ven?
due Itange. a? 10 o'clock,
r, boxes New York Pill HAMS
7 boxes New York Pig Shoulders
430 Baltiinurc Shoulden*
li) bids. Sirius
:i hhils. Si.b'a
4tl boxes (.'li.-cse
22 lugs nutter
4ii keg? Leaf Lard
ni hits So. t Mackerel
41) boxes 1':,tidies.
Conditions cash. Januarys
Lease of ti Viv uni .le Coll?n Plantation on John's
Island ni Aurli.m.
KY s:.:='i n vt 7iivi.i\i.i.i\-\i\Y,
Real KstJ?tc Broilers, Ko. -i'.' Krosd-strcct.
Will bc ollerud at public outcry. Till:; DAY, tho 3d
of January. 1SC7, at ll o'clock, on the north steps
ol' tito (.dd Custom Ibmse,
'i'lic LEASK tor-years nf that valuable Fea Island
Cotton Plantation known as "Acorn EUI," gl.uatul eu
.'.olin's ts'and: Cito acres ic. ail, ?iii) cl.iared.
Terms.-One-third nf each year cash iti advance; bal?
ance in two equal ir.?-.ialntcttts. t-ayable on 1st 01 July un.I
lat of December. luthsSmwtUt! Jatinary 3
fioHSC am! ?.ol 01: Hm norlli Ride oj (.Valmima
street, near tim Sonlk Carolina tlaUroad, al
BY SMITH McG?I.HV??.tY.
Will be sold, at ll o'clock. THIS DAV. Ibo :id of
Janitarv. on the north steps of the old Custom-House,
That valuable LUI' Ol' LAND OM the northwest corner
of Robbins' Court, measuring te.-t front on Colum?
bus street by 1 ID fe^t deep on Robbins'( tourt, moro or
together with tho comfortable resid. nee and out?
buildings tliereou. exclusive of the rear le!ii:iii?.iit.
T. rms-Half ctiali. Purchtiser lo pay us for paper ?.
January :t tuihsam'i'liii;
MiLLifSAS. .iiMT.cii'Er.s ? CO..
XI., -?i V? ;?.?:i" U:--K?r.~,
Will sell THIS DAY. M inst., at ly o'clock,
1 Saddleand Draft POSEY, about 7 years old
1 sot Liarncn.J.
1 lot DRY O00r??i. Rcady-liado Cl '.ibin;-, \! Crates and
1 ttask with Straw, new Meat Safes. Sewing Machines.
Furniture, kc., icc. Januarj :i
i::-DK:i DEtu/E rs EQAVITV.
Sl-.ill. Administrator, tsl lirorrning, et ttl.
t i Ou TUESDAY, thc-J.2.1 insL'int. at 11 o'clock A.M.. will
? bc so!,i. nuder t'.e dir-?ti-.n ot' thc uudev-iftiert, in
I front of thc. did Cr.st.-im Hons,'-.
! All that larg-' au.l cli^iblv located Til Ti EE STORY
I r.RICK STOKE, si.'tate ott thc west ride ol'King streor.
So. 273, bounding north on S?or.cv ,V Wilt berge c's lot,
J I south on lot ot T. D. Taylor, . eu King street, n-j.l
1 west on lot of A. c. Cunningham, measuring i'i front on
. j King street 32 feet 2 inches, and fest C. inches 0:1 thc.
\ : back linc, nu the north linc Hit. tact t> inches, on thc south
1 ' Itt! feet 4 inches.
All that LOT 07 ?.ASD, willi the t. vo-story Wooden
Dwelhiu: and ouii.uihtings tc.crcon, n:ti?;.te on tho aoutli
side of Hull street, and 'known a" INO. 17. measuring in
front 70 feet, and in depth l-l I f t, moro or less; bound?
ing S?rth on Bull street, cast on lot of V. Schaffer, west
on lot of-Hopton, and south on lot of John Francis.*-)
All that LOT west of the above. kiiOc,':! aa So. 10. mea?
suring iu front 'J.i feet and in depth 14D f. et. more or less;
bounded north by Bull street, sout h by ?ot of John Frsu
eis, east by land estate of A. Hrowmug, and west on lot
of James Lee.
All that TLASTATION situ?t* in tho Parish of St.
Janies' Ooo?.- Crock, on thc southwest side of South Ca?
rolina Railroad, 12 miles from Cliarle.st.itt, measuring lf.1
acres, more or less; boimdiug north on laud of A. H. Dnn
ncr, cast and southwest by lund of J. Farley and Thomas
Hyatt, now Miutiepoy, tend ?est on lands 01 "fhomaa
Lcadbettcr and J. J?. Rhamc.
The PLA2?TATIOS known OB Golding Tract, contain
ng 4UU aces, situate in thc Parish of St. Oeorgo, CoUe
ton District, about 0 miles from Summet ville.
The PL ASTATION OR TRACT OF L.YSD adjoining
the above, known as Oivcham's Tract, containing 'J12
acres, the two together bounded on the north and west
by thc road to Ita...:.'.! Bridge, south by lands of John
Collins .and Mrs. Rile, and east by land ol'Col. Joseph
Those SIS LOTS in thc village oiAccabee, known hy?
the numbers 7, 8. in, ll, 20 and 21, each measuring 100
feet front by 200 icct deep.
WATER LOTS on - side of Lilnchouse street,
known by tho number*-ia a plat of the Limchousc
Estate, measuring each-iront by-deep.
Terms-One-third cash ; the balance on 11 credit of one,
two and three years, secured by bonds of the purchasers,
with interest, payable semi-annually, and mortgages of
thc property. Thc builihngs to bo insured and kept in?
sured until tne bonds are paid, and thc policies to Go as?
signed to the Master. Purchasers to pay for papers.
JAMES W. GRAY,
January 3 thrnii tul Master m Equity.
Fish, Lumlter and L-.:'JiS, Cargo of Bril sh II ig
'?Chebue!oo.~' direct from Halifax, and consigned
te Ifeisrs. T. S. & f. G. Budd.
EY IIESlRY COIJIA & CO.
.s .""^ESDAY, 6th January, 18?7. alongside of British
ul? -"?",, ' -buctoo,"at Royce's Wharf, at 10 o'clock, will
.,V?LiV "O OF SAID VESSEL, as follows, viz.:
ri?, PACKAGES 1 SXTRA; SO. 1 -, SO. 2
bbb... bbls. and kits
31 packages Pickled Horrings
77 half barrels and kits No. 1 Salmon
47 half barrels and kits No. 2 Salmon
ll kits No. 1 Salmon Trout
lf> half barrels Young Mackare!
1U0O boxes Scaled and No. 1 Herrings
CO boxes largo dry Codfish '
65 AI feet Wliitc Pine Lumber, compristng 1 inch
Boards, 2 and 3 inch Planib
70 M Laths (1 feet).
Conditions cash. December 31
By order of the Ordinary of Charleston District. 3. C.,
will be BOldat ll o'clock on MONDAY, January 7, HW7,
at the pl ; station of tho late Charles P. Shier, noarthe
State Road, asd two miles above Cooso Creek Bridge,
3 GOOD WORK MULES
2 Wagons and Harness
1 Cart, 1 lot Rice Straw
1 Revolvor and Gold Spectacles
1 Gold Watch
Plantation and Cartienters' Tools
?00 r-wl? of Oak Wood", on the Und where it waa cut
Hons . hold and Kitchen Furniture, kc, kc
??T^?;1^ _ ROBERT AUSTIN. ?
Sea Island Plantation ai Private Sale.
EY TV. ft. LEITCH ?S; R. S. BRLX??,
Crokers anti Auctioneers, ii3 Broad street.
At Private Sale
BEAR'S BLUFF, also known s i RIVERS' POIST, at
tho Southern extremity of Wadmalaw Island, containing
about 230 acres of Cotton Land, nearly all of wh.cb has
boon cultivated. Extensive improvements havo been
mode upon tho place thc pist year, over ?SOO0 having
been oxpended in superior aud necessary buildings, in?
cluding store and dwelling, ten donblo flume houses with
brick chimneys, cotton house, pin house, stable, mule
and wagon sheds, kc Hie location is central and very
attractive, and remarkable for its healthfulness. It has
boen cultivated the past year in connection with the
"Point Plantation," now offered for salo. Togotherthoy
form os desinw.o property as can be found on the Sea
WU1 bc sold TWELVE SUPERIOR MULES. Wagons,
Ploughs, Steam Engines, Atc. ihstuQ January 3
A Valuable Sea Island Coll?n Plantation at Pr??
EY W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, 35 Broad street.
At Private Sale
POIST PLANTATION_Tin's fine Plantation, contain?
ing 573 acres of high and a largo body of marsh land, is
situated at tho southern extremity of Wadmalaw Island.
It i bounded on tho south by .North Eihsto River; on
tho east by Ixittenwah River (a br inch of tho Edisto); on
tho north by lands of Hugh Wilson, Esq., and 0.1 tho
west by lands of E. Bates, Esq.. and the estate of W. H.
Seabrook. Before the war about 500 acres was under a
high state of cultivation, and produced fino crops of
Long Cotton of a superior quality. Tho situation of this
FlanUtton ls unrivalled by any other in the vicinity. Ita
reputation au a summer residence hos been folly estab?
lished by tho uninterrupted health of its former proprie?
tor. _thctnG_ Januarys
A Fitie Piano at Private Sale.
EY SMITH & Mc GILLIVll AY,
Auctioneers, Bio. 27 Broad street.
Furniitire. Horses, Velu'clcs, ?te., at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Ko. 27 Bread street, sou?r. .Ide, nour Stat.,
Sales of FURNITURE, kc, at private residences t.
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES; VEHICLE-',
FURNITURE, ?tc, at haUepaut 10 o'clock, at our office.