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THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1807.
To otra S?BSOBXBSBS.-Wo would call tho aiton
tion of thoso who are indobtod to ns throughout
tho country, that tho old yoar is closing; ami their
accounts aro not yet settled. Tho price of sub?
scription is not large, and will nof be missed from
their plethoric pockets. Tho furn of January has
long been celebrated as a day set ap^rt for closing
old accounts, and wc would not have our friends
depart from this timo-honorcd custom. Honey is
tho motive power of every enterprise, aud news
pajiers are no exception, and wo respectfully ask
our country subscribers to cash up and commonco
the new year with a clear record.
FiOE.-A falao alarm brought out the engines
about half-past 10 o'clock last night, and created
some little excitement among that irrepressible
class, tho Aromen, who. true to their calling, heard
the cries from alar, and toted out their machines
instanter. Fortunately it resulted in nothing
worse than mi evening's i arabio, and the machines
were soon restored to their rest ng places.
THE CATHEDRAL.-Thia ruined pile, veuerablo in
appearance if not iu years, has agaiu received a
few complimentary touches from the hands of the
workmen. For a long limo thc body and basement
of the church have bcon choked up with tho debris
tfrnt had fallon from tho wall*. This was not only
an oye-sore, but it would have been necessary
eventually to removo it in order to rebuild. By ail
arrangemom with tho city authorities, this dirt is
nour being removed from tho building, and is used
to fill the vacant lots: being mostly granite and
Btono, it ?B admirably adapted for the purpose, and
w.il make a finn, solid earth. In every case where
tho owners donate thc rubbish, old bricks, Ac, to
tho city, it will be removed and used for thc pur?
poses stated above.
I. 0. 0. F.-HOWARD LODGE No. 3.-At a r?gu?
lai: meeting of this Lodge,?.hold on tho 3d inst.,
the following named Brothers were installed
oflicers for tho current tenn, viz:
Bro. F. W. ARNHOLTER, P. G.
Brr. H. WLDEMEYER. N. G.
Bro. GEO. KRUSE, V. G.
Bro. W. F. DUNLAP, R. S.
Bra J. E MEYER, P. S. and Treasurer.
Bro. E L. TERREY. C.
Bro. J. Vf. SWEET, W.
Bro. C. JACKSON, O. G.
Bro. G. VON SVVTNDKEN, L G.
Bro. C. F. LUBS, E. H. S to N. G.
Bro. P. KILROY. L- H. S. to N. G.
Bro. W. N. TAFT, R. H. S. to V. G.
Bro. WM. CREASER, L. H. S. to Y. G.
Bro. E. STItAUS. R- S. S.
Bro. C. J. SCHLEP EG KELL, L. 8. S.
THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLES?
TON.-The following gentlemen were elected, on
Thursday, Directors of tho Bank for the ensuing
D. L. McKAY.
JAS. S. GIBBES.
J. M. CALDWELL.
J. a FARRAR.
J. S. RIGGS
At a meeting of tho Board of Directors yester?
day. Colonel D. L. McEAYwas re-elected President
of tue Bank.
. CHARLESTON FIRE COMPANY.-The anniversary
of this old and popular Company was c?l?br?t od
on the 8th inst. The Company met in the evening
at their Hall, in Wentworth street, and proceeded
to the business of the day. The following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing year:
C. W. STYLES, President
T. W. TLLTON, Vice-president
GEO. McLEAN, Secretary.
8. WEBB, Treasurer.
T. MURRAY, First Director.
T. KENNEDY, Second Director.
T. L. DAVIDSON, Third Director.
W. E. LIGHTHEARi', Fourth Director.
J. C. RIPLEY, First Aroman,
J. F. WELCH, Second Axeman.
R. REARDON, Hallkcoper.
JOHN MACKEY, Engineer.
After the business of tho ovening was disposed
OL', the members, with a few invited guests, dis?
cussed a collation furnished for tho occasion, and
separated at a late hour, highly pleased with thc
DEATH OF AN OLD MERCHANT.-Tho mournful
intelligence of the death of Mr. CHARLES V. CHAM
BHHLAIBT has b$en received in our city, and has
oppressed with sorrow the hearts of many who
knew him as possessing all tho traits which dis?
tinguish the ijood citizen, the excellent gen?
tleman, and the faithful friend. For thirty-five
years he held a high mercantile position in
Charleston, being connected successively with the
very reputable firms of Pariah, Wiley & Co.,
Miller, Ripley & Co., Miller, .Chamberlain & Peck,
Chamberlain & Bancroft, . Chamberlain, Miler &
Co., and Chamberlain & Isaacs, and in that time
his thorough business habits, with his genial, kind
disposition, earned for him the esteem and respect
oi' the entire community.
He died in Brooklyn,? N. Y., on the 7th, aged
about sixty years. He liad for somo past been
suffering from general debility and an asthmatic
affection, but ho sank under a severe attack of
inflammation of the lungs.
THE STREETS.-The pleasant weather of tho
past few days has tempted numbers upon the
streets, and their lively appearance is quito a re?
freshing contrast to the gloomy wet spoil that wc
have emerged from. Broad street, East Bay and
Vendue Bange, have resumed their old air of ac?
tivity. The tintinabolations of the auction bells
once more are heard, and the crowd of buyers
who eagerly attend these sales are as largo and tho
bids made as frequently as before tho Tate flood.
Groceries, furniture, crockery, and indeed articles
of every description, new and second-hand, are
disposed of with marvellous rapidity, and the auc?
tioneers' cries are heard even above tho rattling of
The paving of East Bay has been a grand suc?
cess, and the i ap i di ty with which tho work is
pushed gives a promise that in a few weeks tim
old Bay will be thoroughly reconstructed. Broad
street iu yet in a muddy condition, and appeals
strongly to the sympathies of the civil authorities
for a new coat of stones. Thc travel on this street
? so great that the ruts formed aro quite deep,
and it is only in dry weather that it is crossable.
Building has been almost suspended, fow houses
fare being erected, sud it would coom as if the Fire
Loan BOl was not patronized to any extent, o*
that the borrowers had not yet commenced opera?
tions. .King street, however, still preserves its
character as a fashionable promonade, and thc
number of ladies who frequent it are a gladsome
night to many eyes, partioularly to tho store-keep-1 ti
era, who know that they can be tempted, and w di
become purchasers if only to satisfy thoir curiosity.
Other localities are as wcu patronized, and ii really
seems as if the old city has just awoke to thc cou
aciousnes of its being a now yoar. u.id had donned
her brightest looks in consequence.
MAYOR'S Corral, January 9.-An individual, who
bad been enjoying himself at a tavern on tho Ven?
due Bange by playing eighteen br twenty games
of cards for drinks at tho end of each game, and
then became quarrelsome and belligerent, and hit
the landlord on the head with a rock as big as his
hat, and, after being put out of the house, fired a
revolver at it,-and also hit that, and then calling
np a reinforcement in the shape of his better huh', j
forced open the front door, and broke tilings gene?
rally, was sent, with his wife, to a Magistrate, to
be prosecuted.. ...
William Willis, a darkey, who had lost Iiis left
hand, was up for stealing a fence, and making no
defence for the offence, was ordered to be im?
prisoned five days.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT-Hon. Gao. S
BRYAN presiding.-The Court met at ll A. M.;
the Grand Jury answering to their names, the fol?
lowing Wis were handed to them by the District
United States os. John Johnson-Smuggling.
United States vs. F. N. Bonneau-Smuggling.
United States vs. Francis Marion and others
United States vs. Thomas Hayden-Counterfeit?
ing and passing a counterfeit legal tender noto.
After the Grand Jury had retired, on motion of
the District Attorney, tho case of 250 barrel? of
molasses, which had been assigned for this day,
came np. John Phillips, Esq., stated that ho had
received information from parties in Cuba which
would throw more light upon the cage, and re?
quested a delay of two weeks, which was granted.
After an absence of three hours, thc Jurv re?
turned and presented a true bill in ' he case cf Tho
United States vs. John Johnson, fur smuggling,
and found no bill in tho remaining eases.
The Jury were then dismissed until Monday,
when other bills will be handed them by the Dis?
THE LATE FIDE TN KINGSTREE.-Later .and
more authentic reports havo boen received in re?
gard to the destruction of the Kingstree Jail by fire
on the night of the 7th, and tho death by suffoca?
tion of twenty-two of its inmates.
Thejail had been visited tho previous dav bv tho
Sheriff, Mr. S. P. Mathews, in compacv with tho
Lieutenant commanding that post, aud everything
had been found in completo ordor. A chango of
jailors was made on the 7th, Mr. James Barrineau,
the old incumbent, having moved out, but had not
yet surrendered the keys to Mr. C. S. Beck, the
new jailor. About eight o'clock that ovoning tho
fire was' discovered by a negro, who reported it to
Mr. Beck. Information was immediately sent Mr.
iarrineau; but on his arrival he stated that he
could not surrender the keys without the authority
of the Sheriff, and could not take thc responsibility
of releasing the prisoners. At this timo hothing
waa observed but a small smoke, and tho delay
did not seem dangerous.
On the arrival of the Sherill' ho deemed it ad?
visable to have the sanction of the Lieutenant
commanding, and that officer was sent for. He
advised the speedy oponing of the jail, and the
first door was opened, but thc amokc rushed out
in such torrents that it was impossible to enter.
The Sheriff, the Lieutenant, and Mr. McBrido,
went in, but the first two were forced io retire.
Mr. McBride was moro fortunate, and succeeded in
opening the first door on the right and releasing a
white man who had been confined for debt; but Iiis
humanity nearly cost bini his life, as he wa.-t insen?
sible for one and a hah' hours i:i consequence of
having inhaled the smoke. The eoldicrs placed a
ladder to a window, and passing up an axe, called
to the negroes to break down ihc bars and escape;
one of them took the axe, but exclaiming, "It
is too late !" fell backwards in tho smoke.
} Every effort possible was made to save the un?
fortunate freedmen, but the isolated nature of the
building, and tho absence of all facilities to effect
their escape, or to quench the flames, rendered it
unavailing, and tho twenty-two prisoners wcro suf?
focated to death.
The origin of the fire is completely unknown. It
originated on the second storr, apparently between
thc floor and ceiling. As tho fYecdmoii were not
allowed the uso of lire, thc whole affair is wmppod
in mystery, The white man who escaped is afc
present m thc custody of tho United States sol
utors. and as Iiis trial will toko placo nosfc week
some facts may bo elicited that aro at proacut un?
It lir.3 boon a most unfortunate occurrence ; and,
happening at a tiluo when tho country ia torn by
tnteatino feuds, a construction mav bo placed upon
it by tho Radical porty to answer their omi ends.
It is a source of great regret that by a strict ad?
herence to thc d tapo principle so much valuable
time waa lost, and when the preliminaries were
finally settled it was too late to do moro than wit?
ness tho drstrucliou of tho building.
Thejail was a fino four-story building, admira?
bly adapted to.the purpose, biit totally unprovided
with wator, ladders, or other means of escape or
prevention from snell on occurrence. Nono of the
negroes were confined for serious crimes, excopt
ono for murder, in whose room il is supposed the
fire originated. The whito man who escaped wis
ol had character, and. being confined for debt, had
the range of thc building and ocmpied tho debt?
or's room near tho main entrance.
Only thc sholl of thc building now remains, md
few vestiges have been discovered of its unfortu?
nate inmates. Thc sad event has cast a gloom
upon tho community that will not bo eradicated
but by timo.
VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR SALE.-Wo would
call attention to tho sale this day, at ll o'clock, at
the ol.l Custom House, by Mr. STOKES, Commis?
sioner of Collcton District, of that lino cotton
plantation. "Man's laland." The land is of the
finest quality, very productivo and finely situatod,
requiring but little fencing. Tho terms cf sale
are very easy, and any person wanting a small
plantation would do well to attend tho sile.
COLDS AND Coucns.-Sudden changes of climate
are sources of Pulmonary and Bronchial affections.
Experience having proved that simplo remedies act
speedily when taken in tho early stage of disease,
take at once ''Brown's Bronchial Troches," lot thc
Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat bu ever so
slight, as by this precaution a moro serious attack
may be warded ofi.
ASTHMA, which Ls so distressing at this seas on
can bo relieved and cured by using LIABSDEK'S
PECTOBAL BALM. Physicians recommend it as ;
reliable, safo and prompt remedy. Per sale by all
DO WIE fi MOISE. Agents.
GOODRICH, WINGMAN & CO., Agents.
Auction Sales This Day.
L S. K. BE?T?TETT will sell this day, at tho cornor of |
Jost Bay and Broad stree ts, at ll o'clock, a boase and
ot on Allway, near Spring street, fivo houses and lots in
IVier's Court,and five homes and lots in Private Court
B. M. MAESHALL & Bno. will sell this day, at thc old
Sxchange. at ll o'clock, two lots of land on the west
ide of America street, near Line; also a lot of lund or
he east side of Alexander street, between Charlotte and
Under tho direction of JAMES W. GHAT, Esq., Master in
Equity, will be sold this day, near the old oustom-houso,
he valuable property belonging to the estate of tho late
lev. PATBICK O'NEILL.
L. BUNCH A.EON will sell this day, at tho Exchange,
Iroad street, at ll o'clock, a well-settled farm near Sum
ncrvQlo, S. C. ; also a valuable plantation on Foster's
KILROY. k Co. v. ill sell this day, in house No. 2 St
'hilip street, corner of Beau fain, tho furnituroofa
milly declining housekeeping.
JEFFORDS k Co. will soil this day, beforo their store,
'o. 27 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, shoulders, hams,
mtter, lard, Arc.
A H. ABRAHAMS & SONS will sell this day, at their sales
ooma, No. 35 Kayne street, at 10 o'clock, lots of cloth
ag, broadcloth, satinet, hoisery, kc.
Tho latest and most effectual remedy for thc euro of | J
cbflity, loss of appetite, headache, torpor of tho liver,
tc, is PANENTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by
U Druggists. th
To PLANTEES.-If you wish Fertilizers, apply to J. N
toBSON, No. C2 East Bay, who hos always a large stock, j p
nd on tho most favorable terms. j tl
November 29 su tbatu2mos
Birb ftatlfinbcn out SD?onM?j ?((>cnt, reit Uten ooniipr
Infang r-r?ci? 8 UyT. ^cnri; C. lBortToifj~
January 10 . 1*
The Truth about Dyspepsia.
Whoever says that dyspepsia la incurable, tells a
?at is to say, makes an egregious mistake. Blore than
m thousand aggravated coses have been cured by HOS
'ETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, while tho number
iat hovo been prevented from coming to a head, by the
uno means, is incalculable. In Winter and carly Spring,
lieu thc uppctito is sometimes too vigorous for tue
amfort and safety of the stomach, indigestion is most
rc valen t and moat distressing. Is the appolitc to bo
alked to accommodate tho digestive organs? Not so;
>r then thc lramo would lack its duo proportion of nu
.iment. The thing to be dono is to STUZNOTHEN THE
roMAcn, tono tho liver, and put the bowels in porfect
rdor. Nothing will do this so effectually, so rapidly, so
uieUy, so pleasantly as HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. This
otent preparation trim s and balances the systom, and
kithes it, as it wcro, with defensivo armor. Chronic
yspepsia, liver complaint, and fever and ague, are never
no wu to attack those who are wiso enough to invoke
ho aid of this great preventive. C January 7
ANCIENT FINE ARTS.
'o the Editor of the New York Herald :
Respecting tho relics of porcelain wore found in the
ite exhumations at Herculaneum, which have been for
arded to tho Society of Antiquities in London, whereof
i ur correspondent says tho bottle resembling DBAEI:'S
LO?TATION BITTERS was undoubtodly placed amos;
10 ruins,by the agent of Br. DBAEE, we desire to suite
iat ho is incorrect in every respect. If a bottlo was
lund thero bearing our lettering. Ibo laugungo of tho
icicnt Roman9 was different from thc accepted hiora
irc of that da}-. Our agent has other business than lids
i Europe, an.l has not been in Haly nt all. No doubt
menean* corry Plantation Bitters to Rome; but truug
) impose upon a Society of Antiquarians in this way
?ems quite useh-ss, and we do not appreciate tho Joke.
; is' uuuee' seary for us to spend money in Europe while
c are unable to supply the demand for theso celebrated
itters hero. Respectfully, P. H. DRAKE & CO.
January 8 tuths3
DISTRICT COURT FOR BERKLEY DISTRICT.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF
rooming a place ol' safe confinement for Prisoners in
ie village of Pinopoils, it is ordered (hat thc first Quar
rly Session of tho District Court for Berkeley bo held
; MOUNT PLEASANT (instead of Pinopolis, as hcroto
>ro advertised), on tho Fourth Monday in January
A Special Court will be held on Wednesday, Otb inst
; Mount Pleasant, for the drawing of Juries. ~
By order of Judge F. D. RICHARDSON.
J. W. BROWNFIELD,
January G stuthO Clerk Dist. Court, Berkley.
SLATE AND TILE ROOFING.
r>UMLY & McHALE, PRACTICAL SLATE AND
L? TILE ROOFERS, NORTHEAST CORNER OF AN?
ON AND WENTWORTH STREETS, aro now prepared
> execute all orders for SLATE AND TILE ROOFING,
: tho lowest possible terms; oud, from long practical ex
ericuec, can guarantee to give general satisfaction to all
ho may favor us with their patronage. Personal attcn
on given, and all work warranted.
January 10 tbstuC* THOS. McHALE
T THE FOOT OF IIAYNE AND PINCKNE?STS
r)IER NO. 1 HAS BEEN THOUROUGHLY REBUILT.
L and is now greatly improved by tho addition of a
lcd 200 foetlong, which offere ad vantages in landing and
?cciving cargoes. Tho screw steamships of tho "haiti
tore ami Charleston Railroad and Steamship Company'
nd their cargoes here.
Piers Nos. 2 and 3 embrace a largo water frout avail
ile'for shipping. The proximity of these docks to the
ry Dock renders thom conv?dcnt l'or vessels nccdin
Upon tho premises arc desirable) locations for coal de?
nts, woodyurds, &c, to bo routed.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM.
Novcruter 22 lhin::nio Lt5.s?-i>:
S. A. LAMBERT,
DUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Ncwfcirk,
To 127 UEADE-bTliEEX, COHN ER IIUD80&,
1STJSC W YORK.
?GT Agency for EXXON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
HACK?US. All orders sent will bc promptly attended
i. raisoc I)Pr!enib*r-S|
. J. WHITE.JNO. K. GOURDIN.
WHITE & GOURDIN,
Jivil Engineers and Surveyors;
\WNL;G ONE-HALF OF THE PARKER PAPERS,
J and having access to thu whole collection at nil
mes, wc aie prepared ;o execute all work untrusted to
?ir cure with accuracy and dispatch.
Office : LAW RANGE, Charleston, S. C.
January 7 lino?
~JAC0U G. KENT1EBS,
Lf EASUREP. AND INSPECTOR OF LUMBER. TEM?
IA. BER ar i WOOD, to be found at Office ol' STEIN
[EYER & rJN, Fautors, loot Ueaufain ?ircet, re?pect
iUy offers js services to the public in above capacity.
Captain MKDICUS RICKEN BAC HER. of Orangcum-e;.
ill be happy to see his friends at above Office.
j(KJ-The- Barnwell Sentinel and Edgeaeld Advertiser
lease publish twice.
December 4 ratha
TO MY FRIENDS IN GENERAL.
A IX IN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
il. will find it to their interest to call at No. 35 BROAD
sj KEET, whore they will be fitted better and get cheaper
goods than at any other establishment in this city.
In connection with the above, Mr. J. T, KENNEDY
will be happy to wait on his old trionds and oustomera, at
No. 36 BROAD STREET.
HST Call and see those $35 FROCK COATS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER Al
November 27 MERCHANT TAILOR.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALXH nf
MUS, CASSIM Al VESTINGS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
NTo. 35 BROAD STREET
July 23 Cmos_CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PARKER & CHILD,
Miling and Furnishing Goods
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 BAST BAT STREET,
Decembor 21 Imo Under the American HoteL
3AJXORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
Decembor 24 Imo
No. 186 KING STREET,
PITIRDDOOR ABOVE II0RLBECIC8 ALLEY.
aAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of the
nest FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOE
KINS, J: 1 o full variety of the neatest and latest style
attorr..' of CASHMERES, VELVETS, SILKS, kc,
leavor and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overcoats, and a full
Qi'Plj ?r Medium Grade Cloths and Casahnerea for Bu
They aro now prepared to make up Garments as oheap
1 aa con bo dono in any Northern city, and finish od in
ho latest and most fashionable styles, or in any stylo that
iay bo desired.
They respectfully invite their friends and tho public to
all and ox?mino thc stock for themselves.
All orders will be promptly executed and good fits and
rompt workmanship will be guaranteed.
November 10 stuth2mo
CARDiRT, MITFORD & CO.
LANUFACTUhERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 57, 6ft
?JL and 01, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo AT. HAMILTON.
TEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
ENDKO TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
august 31 Between Broad anil Onofi? streets.
New York Prize Association,
No. 599 BROAD WA Y, N. Y.
OSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE, FINE GOLD AND
[T7TLL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
rV name and value of each article of our goods aro
tarked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well
ii red. On receipt of 25 cents, an envelope containing
ich ticket will bo drawn without choice, and delivered
; our office, or sent by mad to any address. The pur
jaser after Boeing what article it draws and ita value
hieb may bc from one to rive hundred dollars-can
ion, on payment of ono dollar, receive the article
urned, or may exchange it for any other article marked
a our circular at tho same value. Every ticket draws an
rtlclo worth ono dollar or more. No BLANKS.
Our patrons can dopend on fair, honorable dealing,
ho articlo drawn will be delivered at our ofllce, regard?
as of its value, or promptly sent os directed, by return
i ail, or express.
Letters from many persons acknowledging the receipt
r valuable gilts from us, may bo seen on file at our of
cc, among whom wc are permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lambortvillo, N.J., gold watch, valuo
260; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street, Brook
m, sewing machine, $80; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
cid lover watch, value $200; Hon. R. H. Briggs, Wash
igton, D. C., diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
10 Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
33 Nineteenth street, N. Y., sowing machine. ;00; Jos.
amp, Elmira, N^.Y., inelodeon, $150; Miss L. Collins,
tlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Honry
with, Worcester, Mass., sewing machine, $85; H. Shaw,
Io. 13310th street, N. Y.. gold watch. ?150; Edw. Boyn
>n, Nashville, Tenn., mclodeon, $100; James Russell,
rontgornery. Alu., gold hunting watch, $250; R. T.
mitb. Providence, R. I., silver lever watch, $C0; Oscar
urdy, Madison, N. J., music box, S4G; Hon. R. S. Ncw
U. St. Paul's. Minn., gold watch, $185; J. R. Sperry,
lichfield, Conn., silver watch, $55; Wm B. Peek, Har?
un, Ills., musiu box, $70; Win. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
?Iver tea set, $125; Miss E M. Schonck, Detroit, Mich.,
iamond car rings, $225; Pierro Bcaudlu, St Charles
[otol, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
nrno-, St. Louis), Mo., mclodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
nd not to be paid for until you know what you lave
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth.$200 00 to 500 00
30 Mclocloons, Rosewood Cases. 100 0? to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunes. 15 00 to 150 00
100 Sewing Machines. 60 00 to 125 00
1,0110 Silver Tea Sets. 25 00 to 150 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Sliver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 35 00
1,1)00 Sote SUver Tea and Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 45 00
IUD Gold Hunting Case Watches. 100 00 to 250 00
loo Diamond ItiugB, Cluster, .tc. SO 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
800 Ladies' Gold Watches. CO 00 to 85 00
1,000 Silver Watches. 25 00 to 60 00
J,000 Vost Chains. 6 00 to 25 00
2,000 pairs Ear Riiws (now styles). 1 50 to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces..."..'. 3 00 to 7 00
2,500 Gold Puucils. 3 00 to 8 00
1,000 Onyx aud Amethyst Brooches_ 6 00 to 10 00
1,000 Lava aud Florentino Brooches_ 4 00 to C 00
1,500 Masonic Pins. 4 00 to 9 00
1.5U0 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern;... 4 50 to 7 SO
2,500 Rel? of Boson! Studs. 1 60 to 6 00
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Buttons. 2 50 to lu 00
1.000 Plain Gold und Chased Rings. 4 50 to 10 00
i.000 Stone Set and Seal Rings. 2 50 to 10 00
5,01)0 Miniature Lockets, all sizes. 2 60 to 7 00
it.OtH) Sets ofLadies' Jewelry. 8 00 to 20 00
1,000 Watch Charms (each). 3 00 to 5 50
5.0U? Gold Tens, Sil. ex. Cases & Pencils. 4 50 to 7 00
'..DOO Gent's Broastand Scarf Pins. 3 00 to 20 00
!,<)<*) Ladies' new style Belt Buckles.... 4 00 to 8 00
>,'i0O Ch?telains and Guard Chain?. 7 50 to 20 00
1,1)00 Gold Thimbles. SOO to 15 00
5,1100 Sets Ladies' Brooch nud Ear Drops C 00 to 12 00
2,0i)i) Gold Crosses. 1 60 to 6 00
1. UOt) Oval Uand Bracelets. 6 00 to 20 00
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 00
2,001) Ball Ear Drops, all colors. 3 00 to 7 00
2,000 uew style Jct and Gold Ear Drops. 3 00 to 7 00
2. D0O Gold Pens, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 50 to 7 00
Lady's Sets, new stylos, Cut Crystal,*! I J et, Hard Rub
sr, koa fcc.
jQGj- A chance to obtain any of the above ?rdeles for
nc Dollar hy purchasiug a Retied coy elope for 25 cents.
Entire satisfaction guaranteer to ill.
tT3~ 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 ?ar Two Dollars, 33 for
ive Dollars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters should bc addressed
J. H. RAY & GO.,
BOX No. ?130, NEW YORK.
DRY GOODS, ETC.
FOR THE SPRING TRADE OF SOUTH
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROM THE LOON.
rPHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED IN
JL bond about 3000 yarda TWTLLgD MELTONS, Ano
! gooda; also, various qualities of CONFEDERATE GREY
CLOTH, Bil of which will be sold or bartered for wooL
HENRY TRENCHARD, Exchange street,
Januarys_tntha2mo_Charleston, 8. C.
NO. 348 King Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND MARKET STS.
EESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION OF
THE PUBLIC to his varied Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCED PRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
6000 YARDS BLACK AND WHITE POPLINS, at 15c
With alargo variety of other DRESS GOODS ranging on
the same price.
Our TRISH POPLINS and SILK GOODS are worth the
attention of cus tornera and those seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. Tho attention of the
Ladies ia particularly requested to the same.
The Linen Department is well supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, with a large assortment ol
TOWELLINGS, all of the most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DI
Those seeking such will find my C-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at 32.50 ta be a very fine
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRINTS, at
12 j.,'c. per yard, is offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING AND TICK?
INGS, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DI
20 PIECES S-i FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, at 30c.
per ya-.d. With largo lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very largo lot BLANKETS, In White and Colored, is
offered at from $4 per pair and upwards. Particular at?
tention is paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
La which will be found the Latest Styles and Best
Fabrics in Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1600 FRENCH LACE COLLARS are offered at 15c.
each. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Laces, a?
very low figures.
1000 pieces English and Iren ch BONNET RIBBONS, in
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, Ostrich Feathers and
Flowers, in gjoat variety.
HOSIERY AND GL0YE DEPART
In thia Uno will ba found a well and carefully selected
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, fer Ladies, Gents and
Children. Beat of KID GLOVES fer Ladies and Gentle?
men, just received at very low prices. Also, Berlin Cas?
sim ore and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK in all its dti
ferect departments, I can assure those m want ol any?
thing in my line, that they will find large assortments in
every class of GOODS, and at such rates that will defy
A caB is rospectfuDy solicited
NO. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
S. W. COR. QUEEN AND EAST BAY STS
EF. TURCK INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE
a public generally that he baa opened at the abovo
place, and will be pleased to furnish them with tho best
that tho market affords, at moderate prices.
January 9 Imo
^ WITH FIRST-CLASS
rTIHE FINEST LIQUORS, ALES AND SEGAR8, AL
J_ WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL POND
H. H. BADENHOP & CO.,
No, 133 MeetiT? ?-Street
November 10 CHARLESTON, S. ?
Tl SOUTHERN EXCHANGE !
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON 1
THE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWN!
THE GREAT POPULAR RESORT.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN EX?
CHANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully In?
forms the public that tho
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Is at?l open. The FINEST OYSTERS TO BE HAD he
offers by the barral, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on tho
half sholl at tho counter, or stewed, roasted, fried, or in
any other way desired.
N?. 1 SEO ARS.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor.
H i^ma Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 16TH AND
30th each month. Scheme, 30,000 ticket?->>27
prizes. Whole tickets, 816; halves, $8; quarters, ii.
I Prize of.$00,000 2 Prizes of.$4.500
I Prlzo of.$20,000 29 Prizes ol.?1.000
1 Prize of..$8.960 63 Prizes of.$500
I Prlzo of...$8,000 155 Prizea of.$300
220 Prize, of $200.
64 Approximation Prizes amounting to $13,050.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
II to $10.
Ciro ali-ra sent free. Drawings maded as soon es tho
Lottery ls drawn.
Andres? H. T. PETERS, United Stiles L?aeme.! Agent,
Su. in Baselsceet, Charleston,S. C., c-'Efy BoxSJ i .0.
November ld air.o
HEADQUARTERS. ASSISTANT COMMISSIONED,
BUSEAU REFUGEES, FE KED MEN,
AND ABANDONED LANDS,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Docembor 17,18Ci?.
[GENERAL OBDEBS, NO. 25.]
I. General Orders, No. 28, c. s., la amended and re?
issued, as follows :
li vt. Major A. McL. CRAWFORD. Y. R. C., is heroby ap?
pointed "Officer in cbargo ot tho Claim Division of tho
LSureau of Refugees, Freedmen, aud Abandoned Lauds
for tho State of South Carolina."
AU communications concorning the collection of back
pay, bounties, pensions, iic, will bc addressed directly
to him. No other porsona in this Slate aro authorized
igen ts of tliis Bureau for tho collection of .uah claims.
Blanks and instructions will be forwarded by him to
the Acting Assistant Commissioners of this State, who
mil afford claimants the necseary aid in properly for?
warding their application* to tho War apartment,
through Major Crawford. By order of
Bvt. Mid. Gen. R. K. 3C0TT,
Assistant Commissioner. !
Esw. L. DEANE,
Bvt Major and A. A. A. Gen'L
OFFICE FOR COLLLECTION OF ADJMTCONAL j
.BOUNTY AND BACK PAY, J
CHARLESTON, 8. C., December 27.1806. J
Bvt. Maj. EDWARD L. DEANE, A. A. A. Ueu'l.
Attention is called to tho fact that this office is the j
anly authorized medium for the collcc?on--of claims
igtiiiat tho Government through Government channels.
All necessary i lanka and instructions will be furnished
to officers on duty In this State on application to this
?ffico. A. McL. CRAWFORD.
Bvt. Major U. & V., Ofncor in Charge.
JJ?* Columbia South Carolinian copy smd send bill to
this office. Imo January 1
BARLOW, THE OLD JPERATOR,, HAS THOROUGH?
LY renovated and fitted up th? e Old Star Gallery,
md ls prepared to take all kinds of ' PORTRAITS. He is
thankful for past patronage, and turf her solicits a share of
the trade. He has afto Photograph i of Confederate Gen?
erals, Ordinance of 8ecoaaion, View j of City, Sumter and
other Fortifications, at wholesale aa d retail, at S. E COR?
NER KING AND MARKET STREE TS, Charleston, S. C.
N. E.-Porcelain Portraits and Pictures enlarged on
short notice and in beat ol style, ' November 1
DBUOS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A Large and carefully selected Stock
WHICH IS OFFEEED TO THE PUBLIC
AT flEDTJCED PRICES.
OUB MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ABE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under the super?
vision of experienced Chemists, which enables us to re?
commend them as pure and reliable in sfrrongth.
We beep on band all articles to be found In a first-olaas
Drug Store. Frosh additions are received by every
-63* PRESCRIPTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,.
North of Market
H H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAEB, M. D.
ORS. RAOUL ft LYNAH.
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D..
...A. M LYNAH, M. D.
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
well selected stocks of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANOY ARTICLES
- COMBS, BRUSHES, Aa, 4c,
Which they offer to tho PubUc and the TRADE In gen
eral at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and ermine
Put up at all hours, day and night, with the greatest care.
OS~ Country orders aoUcited. thstu November 8
A Tr e nelie rous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AMD NOISES IN TBE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Itemed Y
AND MODE OP TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BBEAES UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and removes at once all tho wretched
symptoms of this loams om o malady, such as Pain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obutraction of tho Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsivo Breath, Snapping Sounds In the
Ears, Absent-MindetlnoeH, Montai Dopreesion, Dimness o)
Vision, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough; restores tho sense
of Taste and Smell, and permanently cures the disease in
all its types, forms and stages, with absoluto certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment, like the disease,
la peculiar. In consista of the inhalation of harmless li?
quids from the palm of the band. Tho immediato rebel
lt affords is alone worth ten tunas the cost of the reme?
Norton's Now Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa?
tion never before published. Call at our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it
Prepared by GERRUT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street
New York.' '
Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH,
. November 1 thstnCmo Agent for Charleston.
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to some affection
of the lungs or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the complaint, until
disease strikes its shafts, causing inexpressible torture
of the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
a cold 1" "A slight sore throat ! " is the heedless remark
of many when so affected. Yes ;. "Only a cola," was the
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed 1 should be tho motto forever
bi the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all eul
forlng from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Renelle
within thoir reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which there oan be but one victor.
Does it not appal the strongest mind, to think > t the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? >i, h at ex?
cuse can be offered, when timely warning lai? a unded in
your oars? When the danger is pointed i it, whynot
avoid lt? MABSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM I is been used
with success in nearly a million of casoa, - nd ls endorsed
by the Medical Faculty os the most prompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific resoarjn has discovered, to
relieve and cure all cases of Coughs, Colds, Lufluenza,
and Consumption, if the caso is not b.yond all hope.
Even when the sufferer is ia the last stages, he will find
relief by using this preparation. One bottle will con*
vince tho most incredulous, that tho merits af thia prepa?
ration are by no means exaggerated ; in fact, fall rar short
of the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by its ci moly use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers are instructed in every instance
to refund tho money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, New
Price, 50 cents small bottle : $1 large size.
KINO & CASSUDEY,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO..
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. 3mo December 4
No. 153 MEETING- STREET,
(FORMERLY JOHN ASIII1UHST AND CO.)
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH, )
PHILIP W1NEMAN, >SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOHN A8HHUR8T, )
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
ALL OF WHIOH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
DARE, AND WILL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY
BBS AT LOWEST PRICES.
October 27, lAtnrnstl? 6mos
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
G. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Perir/flicals and Stationery.
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
X HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
A flue and large selection of NOVELS, by tho most
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
All the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on bond, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho samo.
Ordors from the country oro respectfully solicited.
T^'KMS LIBERA'- November 8
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
NEW YORK. .
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company ls now fully prepared to furnish
EQUAL IN QUALITY TO THE BEST BRAND9.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
ond invested a large capital in fitting up their fac?
tory, and now ask the American Public to give
, their pencils a fair trial.
All st)its and grades are manufactured.
Great care hos been bestowed to tho mouufactur
iug of superior HEXAGON DRAWING FENCHI,
i specially prepared for the use of Eugine ors, Ar
<cInfects" Artists, icc
A Complete assortmont constantly on hand, ia otTc-ed
at fair terms to the trade at their wbolesnlo salesroom,
No. 31 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
Tho Pencils are to bo bad at all principal Stationers and
XS-ASK FOB AMERICA-XT LEAD PENCIL
December 13_/ 6mo
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
-Ireet to Na 83 CHURCH STREET, one dcor
north ot Broad street. August 31
Sales EVERY EVENING nt 7 o'clock, by KILROY Ac Co.,
No. 339 King-street of a g JD eral assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Gooda, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. January 10
Furnilure of. a Family declining Housekeeping
BY KILROY Ai Cb. J
THIS DAY, 10th instant, at 10 o'clock,
AU she FURNITURE in house No. 2 St Phillp street
comer of Beanfain,
CONSMTTNO or: . .
MARBLE-TOP SIDEBOARD AND DRAWERS, Ward?
robes, Sofas, fine Chairs, Ottomans, Bedsteads, Bedding,
Washstands, Cooking Utensils, Range, Grover & Bakers
Sewing Machine, ono Brussels and one Ingrain Carpet
Conditions cash. Goods to be removed on day of sale.
General Sale - Merchandise, Household Furni?
ture. Carpets, Mirrors, Ac.
BY WIX.BVR Ai SON.
TO-MORROW, 11th inst, at our Solea Rooms, corner
State and Chalmers streets, at half-poa 110 o'clock, will
Caaes and cartoons ?HOES, i ll Wool Hats, Shawls
loap, Whiskey, BUOD Sides, Ale, Cider, Crockery
Segars, Mats, Clo thin , Axe Handlea, Axes and Hatchets
rubs, seta Toilet Wbfj ey in barrels.
PARLOR AND COTTAGE SET i FURNITURE, Car?
pets, Mirrors, tte. Ste
Conditions cash, January 10
IN EQ,UITY-COLL t TON' ' DISTRICT.
John J). Warren vs. Lcnj. Stokes el aL
Pursuant to a decretal order in this case. I will sell
at public auction, at ll o'clock, A.M., near the old Cus?
tom House, in the City of Charleston, at tho risk of
the former purchaser, THIS DAY, January 10
That valuable PLANTATION known as "Mary's Toland,"
ii tua te in the Parish of St Bartholomew, in the District
if Colleton, on the head-wat ?ra of Ch chaw River con?
dining one hundred and thirty-nine (13.) acres of high
and and three hundred and ten (310) acres of marsh
land, be the same more or lesa.
Terms,-One-third cash; the balance on a credit of ono,
wo and tbrnn y jars. The purchase money to be secured
ty bond, with adequate eeo ari ty, and a mortgage of the
iremlsoa. Purchaser to poy for papers.
B* t?lOK-ES C E- C JD
Commissioner's Office, Colleton District, Dec IO, 1806.
January 10_ w5 thl
UND.KR DECREE IN EQUITY.
O'Neid vs. MoKewn et ai.
[BIS DAY, the 10th of January, at ll o'clock A. M.,
wiU be sold near the Old Custom House, under
the di rec ti on of the Master,
The following VALUABLE PROPERTY, belonging to
he Estate of the Rev. PATRICE O'NEILL, deceased,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho Dwelling and out
) ul hiing? thereon, the renidence of the late Rev. Patrick
)' Neill, situate on the west aide of wing street designa
ed in a Plat made by Ed. B. White, surveyor, by the
lumber 1, measuring in front on King-ctroet 21 feeetll
aches, and 24 feet 9 inches on the back Une, ead in
lop th 169 feet 6 Inches. Bounding north on land of Mr.
?noblock, west on Orphan House Lot south on No. 2 in
he said Plat and east on King-street
THAT VACANT LOT adjoining the above on the south,
leaignated in said Plat by the No. 2, measuring in .front
14 feet ll inches, on the back Une 24 foet 6 inches, and in
iepth 169 feet 6 inches.
THAT VACANT LOT next south of No. 2, designated
a said Plat aa No. 8, measuring in front 24 feet ll
aches, on the back Um 24 feet 6 inch cs, and in depth 169
eet 6 inches.
THAT VACANT LOT next south of Lot No. 3, and
leaignated on said Plat aa No. 4, of the same dimensions
THAT VACANT LOT next south of Lot No. 4, and
laving Uke dimensions, designated on said Plat by
ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY at the corner of
Ung and Radcliffe streets, with the dwelling rad out
luildlngs thereon, designated in a plat by the satno sur
eyor aa No. 1, measuring east on King street 66 feet, and
m tho back Une 62 feet and in depth 121 feet Bounded
lorth on land of the estate of Mackintosh, south on lot No.
i in aaid plat west OB NO. %
THAT LOT adjoining tho above on the south, and
leaignated in said plat by No. 6, measuring in front on
Ung street SO feet the samo on the back Une, and in
lopth 121 feet.
THAT LOT No 6, in the above plat measuring in front
m King street 36 feet, tho same on the back Una, and in
lepth 133 feet
THAT LOT on Radcliffe street marked No. 2 In said
ilat measuring in front on said street 90 feet same on
he back Une, and in depth 104 feet more or leas.
THAT VACANT LOT joining No. 2 to the west and
.TI own on said plat aa No. 3, and having the same di?
ll ansi ons aa No. 3.
THE VACANT LOT, next west of No. 3, known on tha
aid' plat as No. 4, haring the same dimensions aa tho
AU that VALUABLE PROPERTY at the corner of Rut
edge and Cannon streets, aa per plat of the asmo Sur
?ey or, consisting of four Lots, to-wit :
LOT No. L at the corner of Rutledge and Cannon
treats, with the Buildings thereon, measuring in front
m Cannon street 83 feet 6 inches, on the back Uno 41
eet 6 inches, and in depth 73 feet 4 inches.
LOT No. 2, situate next oast of Lot No. 1, measuring
m Cannon street 44 feet 0 Inches, on the back Uno 46 feet
i inches, and in depth '12 feet 9 inches.
LOT No. 3, In said plat next eaat of No. 3, measuring
n front on Cannon street 39 feet 6 inches, on tho back
ino 40 feet and in depth 72 feet 9 inches.
LOT No. 4, situated neit east of No. 3, measuring In
ront on Cannon street 39 foet 6 luchen, on the back line
.0 feet and in depth 72 feet 10 Inches.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with several WOODEN BUTLD
NGS thereon, situate on Ann street opposite the Park,
neasuring in front on said street 27 feet, on the back line
K) feet, more or leas, and in depth 300 feet 4 inches;
rounding north on Ann street east-on land of Boyce,
md weat on land of O ort oran, aa per plat of dune sur?
The plats can be seen at the Mas te r's Office.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two, three
md four years, secured by bond of the purchasers and
nortgages of the premises; the buildings on the lota tobe
floured and the policies assigned. Purchasers to pay for
?pore. J. W. GRAY,
january 10 wi 7thl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Stali, Administrator, vs. Browning, et al.
Jn TUESDAY, the 23d instant at ll o'clock A.M., wUl
bo sold, under the direction of the undersigned, in
front of the Old Custom House,
All that large and eligibly located THREE STORY
3RICK STORE, situate on the west side of King street
io. 376, bounding north on S taney tc WUtbcrgefs lot
louth on lot of T. B. Taylor, east on King street and.
rest on lot of A. C. Cnrniingham, measuring lu front on
Ung atxeet 33 feet 3 inches, and 30feet 6 inanes on the
lack line, on the north Une 136 feet 6 inches, on the south
34 feet 4 Inchon,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the two-atory Wooden
)welling and outbuildings thereon, situate on the south
ide of BuU street and known aa No. 17, measuring -in
ront 70 feet and in depth 144 feet more or less; bound
ng North on BuU street east on lot of F. Schaffer, west
in lot of-Hopton, and south on lot of John Francis.
AU that LOT west of the above, known aa No. 19, mea
luring in front 20 feet and in depth 140 feet more or lees;
sounded north by BuU street, south by lot of John Fran.
:ls, east by land estate of A. Browning, and wost on lot
if James Lee.
AU that PLANTATION situate in the Parish of St
ramos' Goose Creek, on tho southwest side of South Car?
olina Railroad, 12 miles from Charleston, measuring 151
.cres, more or less ; bounding north on land of A. R. Dun -
1er, east and southwest by land of J. Farley and Thomas
Syatt, now Momopoy, and west on lands of Thomas
jeadbetter and J. B. Rhame.
Ths PLANTATION known aa Golding Tract confabi?
ng 496 ac ?ca, situate in the Parish of St George, Colle
on District, about 6 milos from SuromervUle.
The PLANTATION OR TRACT OP LAND adjoining
he above, known aa Glveham's Tract containing 912
ic res, the two together bounded on the north and west
>y tho road to Bacon's Bridge, south by lands of John
Jollies and Mrs. Rylo, and east by land of C ol. Joseph
Those SIX LOTS In the village of Aceabee, known by
ho numbers 7,8,10, ll, 20 and 21, each measuring 100
eet front by 200 feet deep.
Three WATER LOTS in Limehouso street known by
ho numbers IS, 21 and 43 in a plat of the Limehouse
l?state; the first two measuring 37 feet front ! nd 106 feet
lcep, and the last measuring 68 fret front and 106 feet
Two HIGH LOTS at end of Limehouso street known
in eald plat as numbers 25 and 36, measuring 37 feet
rout and 105 feet deep.
Terms-Ono-third cash; the balance on a credit of one,
: wo and three years, secured by bonds of the purchasers,
with interest, payable semi-annually, and mortgages of
:he property. Tho buUdings to be fnsured and kept In?
jured until ?ne bonds are paid, and the policies to be as*
jigned to the Master. Purchasers to pay for papara.
JAMBS W. ?RAY,
January il Uun6 tul Masterin Equity.
Estate Sale-City and Slate Six per cent. Stock.
BY LOUIS D. DeS AC S S URE.
At Private Sale
FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
FIVE DOLLARS CITY CHARLESTON SLY PER CENT.
FOUR HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE DOLLARS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA SLY PER CENT STOCK,
Apply as above, at
January 10 2 No. 23 BROAD STREET.
For Sale, Old Toum Plantation, in St. Andrew's
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE, No, 23 Broad
At Private Sale
The PLANTATION known as "OLD TOWN." in St
Andrew's Parish, belonging to the estate of W. MoK.
Parker. Thia tract of Land Ues on tho Ashley River, is
two miles distant from Charleston, and commands a
beautiful view of the city.- It contains about 1400 acres
of land, of which S'JO acres, more or less, are cleared Sea
Island Cotton and Provision lands, about '630 acres in
woods, and about 376 acres in marsh and rush lands.
On the Plantation oro comfortable quarters for ono
hundred laborer-1, a largo new Gin House, a commodious
stable and shed, a Blacksmith and Carpenter's shop, a
Church, a smaU dwelling house in fair ordor, tc., 4c.
This Plantation is a very valuable one, having been
for a number of years most successfully cul ?vated in the
finest qualities of Seo Island Cotton, in corn, and other
provision crops. Its faclUties for boing fertilized by
marsh mud and sedge cannot bo excelled, the Ashley
River being Its boundary on the east and a Creek that of
The natural beauties of "Old Town" are unusuaUy
great thc live oaks on thc Plantation growing in great
prolusion, and of great size and beauty. A number of
fresh water fish ponds, wantonly destroyed during the
past two years on tho place, can, by a small expendi?
ture of labor and means,' bo restored to their former
loveliness. The chimneys and brick foundations of the
former dwelling house aro still standing, and could pro?
bably be used as they now are.
\ couple of y ears of attention and taste? and a moder?
ate expenditure of .means, would reader thiB PlantaUon
one of the most attractive homes in the Southern StatoB.
Tho fortuity of its soil can bo woU attested to.
' For particulars, apply as above, at ..... 1^
January 10 thatuO No. 23 BROAD STREET.
BV H. M. MARSH Ail. Af BRO.
At Private Sole- .
A CORNER STORE used as a Grocery, ha tho western
part of the city, south of Calhoun street
For further particulars apply as above, at_
January 7 4 No. 33 BROAD STREET.
WHITE & PAINE,
??QWI & CommissioB Mercian!
NO 4 SOUTH ?TLA?STIC WHARP,
CIlAttjL?fl??Of?, St C.
j. j. WHITE.,,.aeoaaJS. ?I:NE
AUCTION SllE*.- ^
BY R. SI. MARSHALL ?c BRe"I'l?BK,'
THIS DAY, January 10th, at ll o'clock, ?IO be ito!J '
. at the Old ExchADgo,
TWO LOTS on the weat side of America street, nerta
of Line, known as Kos. -, and measuring" each W-ree t
hunt by 100 feet deep, be the same a little more or Ieee.
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay us lor papers.
January 10_' _.
BT R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, 10th instant, at ll o'clock, win be sold.
- at the Old Exchange,
AU that LOT OF LAND situate, on the east aide ot
Alexander street; , between Charlotte and Chapel, and
known aa No. -. lt measures 63 feet front andback by
215 feet 7 inchf s, be the same more or lees.
Conditions-One-fifth cash; balance by bond, payable
in one, two, three and four years, with interest semi.'
annually. Purchaser to pay us for popers.
AN OT H UK LOT, in same vicinity.
Conditions made known on day of tale.
House and Lol on Mvaay, near Spring ?truel, ai
Auction. .? - %
BT I. S. K. BENNETT, si
THIS DAY. the 10th inst, at ll o'clock, at the comer
of East Bay. and Broad streets, near the Old Custom
House, 1 will sell
That LOT OF LAND, with a two-rtory building there?
on, containing four rooms, located on All way, near Spring
street, known as No. 12 on the Gadsden Plat maatjnring
56 feet front by 115 feet in depth.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, secured by a bond and mortgage of the property,
with Interest payable semi-annually; building to bo in?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay me fer all
necessary papers;*-*"- January 10
Five Lots and Bouses in Wier's Oo?n, Ward
1?0. 6. :- ;. :
BY I. S. K. B EJOTE TT.
THIS DAY, the 10th instant, near the Old Ex?
change, at corner of Broad and East Bay. streets, I ?01
sell, at ll o'clock, ? '
Those FIVE LOTS, with comfortable HOUSES thereon,
located In Wier's Court In Ward No. 6, fronting on Lu?
cas street Lots measure - feet front, by - ieetin
depth. The Houses are all in good repair and bringing
good rents. Two contain four rooms each; and three
contain thc ce rooms each.
Conditions.-One-third cash; balance*in one and two
years, secured by abend and mortgago of the property,
with interest payr.ble semi-annually. Buildings to be
kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
in necessary papers. _January ID
Five Lois and Houses in Private Couti, in Ward
M.B. ? -v......vr
B Y I. S. K. BENNETT.
rHLS DAY, tho 10th instant near the old Exchange
corner of Broad and East Boy streets, at ll o'clock* I
wiU sell, uXfST*
Those five LOTS, with comfortable HOUSES-thereon,
ocated in Private Court in Ward. No. a, near. Os west
md of Spring street Lots measure-feet Iront by
-feet in depth, all high and dry. ^our Houses am?
ain two rooms each; the firth House-h. " tanexaentbuild
ng, cont fining six rooms. All in good order*, and ai pr??
tent bringing fair renta.- - .-~"
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and two
rears, secured bys bond and mortgage of the property.
Ni th interest payable ?am-annually ; buildings to be lc
nxredand policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for ap ne?
cessary papers. A- ?.- - ?. ' Januarylfl
' A well-settled Farm, at. Auction. \
BY L. BUNCH <fe SOS. "
wm be sold, THIS DAY, 10th instant, at ll o'clock, at
the Exchange, Broad street,
A well-settled FA RM, of 50 acres, 'Situated ono-and-a
lalf milos below the Depot at Summerville, fl. rv . >
Terms accommodating. . January 10
BY L. BUNCH & BON,
(Viii be sold, THIS DAY, the 10th of January, at tba
Old Post?nico, fSS?p?
- THE VALUABLE PLANTATION ON FOSTER'S
3REEK, containing 800 acres, 80 acres cleared, wall
idap ted to Cotton and Provision culture, or brick ?"*^g
For particulars apply ai above. - .: ?L?.- .
CondltiOHB favorable. atna Jan ld. '? January 10
Positive Sale, to dose consignments.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & 80MS.
THIS DAY, tho 10th inst, at 10 o'clock, we Will sill at
... our salesroom, No. 35 Hoyne street, : SSE
Lota CLOTHING . : ; . .
Pieces Satinets ? '~
Pieces Poplin -.."?".*. . - - - -
Pieces Alpaca - fr
Hosiery, Neck Ties, Ac., ftc - - ? .
?XBO, '- '
1 SHOW CASE andlot FAMILY SOAP. "
Conditions-Amounts over J100, thirty days, With ap?
proved endorsed notes or city acceptance. >.
January IQ ?._Aiton ;... ,".
Shoulders, Hams. 'Butler, Lard, Oe
JEFFORDS ?IE CO. .
W?1 sell THIS DAY, before their irtorc, No. 27 Vendus
Bange, at 10 o'clock.
400 SHOULDERS 1 ti
C boxee Pig Shoulders '
10 tierces sugar-cured Hams
10 k eg s Butter
80 kegs laid'-',. U=pj . ?' ..', :
5 tierces pure Leaf Lard' : -
6 tierces Smoked Beef.
Conditions cash. .. : January io
SALS POSXFOMXD nOX LAST THTTBSDAT, OH AOGOmri OT
THE WE ATHEE.]
House and Lol in Cannon's Court at Auction.
BY SMITH dt MCGILLIVRAY. . .
wm be sold TO-MOBBOW, 11th January, at ll .o'clock,
on tho north of tho Exchange,
Shat LOT OF LAND on the south eldo of Hargrave**
rave rn, measuring 34 feet 2 inches front on Carmon's
Court, by 140 feet deep, more or less, together with: the
buildings thereon, . ?
Terms cash. -Purchaser topsy us for papers. .- ?
January 10 _. , . v-. - -?
Executor's Sale-Estate of the late Joltn^-.Wias
chen, of Two Lots and a Brick Ht?se. now 'occu?
pied as a Bakery, Nar 113 Church street, at"
Auction, rr li .
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Rc til Estate Agents, No. 47 Broad Street,
WU1 positively be sold on the north steps of .tho Old Oca
tom House, st U o'clock; on TUESDAY, the 6th of
February, ?? -'?.'.A
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS there?
on, situate on the west side, of Church street, 84-feet
front and 130 feet deep, more or lesa, wi m Brick. Build?
ing known aa US Church street. Together with that Lot*
of Land adjoining tl ie above on tho South, measuring
front on Church street 37 feet 5 inches, and oh th&resr
% feet 6 inches, more or less, and in depth 139 feet 8
inches on Ute northern Une, 135 feet 9 inches on the
soutuern Uno, more or less. Bounded on the south by
St Philip's Church Yard. . T.. .'.
Terms.-One-quarter, cash; balance In one, two, three
and four years, secured by a mortgage of; the flHfrarty.
Purchaser to pay Solicitor of Et tate fat jpaperft.sna ex?
penses of papers. ., -u...
January 10 th 10 tnthaO 2d, 4th and 5th Feb
UNDER DECREE IN .EQUITY.
First National Bank vs. Woodward ct al "
Will be sold on TUESDAY next the Uta January, 1867,
at ll o'clock, in front of tho old Custom House,
TEE rOLLOWmO PEBSGHAL MOKKRt. ' ?
Two largo Wagons .'
One One-horse Wagon
One large Copy Press* ? ,
Six sets Harness
Seven Messinger's Satas -
Office Furniture, Fixtures, Ac >? .
Terms cash. JAMES TUPPER,
January 10 thstuS Master m Equity.
Sea Island Colton Plantation of best quality cf
Land. ?. >
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WE 8,
Real Estate Agents, No. .56 Broad ?tract.
At Private Sale- '
That VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA -
TION, known as Inverneas and Gilbert'?, situatad tn
Prince William's Parish, at Old Pocotaligo, on PoootaUgo
River, navigable at the landing for vessels drawing 7
feet water, and on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad,
containing 700 acres, about 250?to 300 acres of which are
cleared, and aU well wooded and pirtially settled.
For terms, ftc, apply ss above. ?, . . .
january 8 '_tuthaO
Valuable Sea Island Cotton Lands oh James'
Island. ? ' '?? .
BY CLIFFORD ?& JUTHEWE?,
Real Estate Ag.nt?, No. 56 Broad street.
At Private Bale- -vi: ? ?
The following T&luabla SEA ISLAND COTTON LANDS
on James' Island, situated on the Steno River:- . , .
MAXCY-397 acres, nearly aU of which ia cleared;
healthy all the year; settled in buildings.
DILL'S CUT-430 acres, nearly aU cleared.
MCINTYRE-About ICO acres, nearly all cleared. '
BURCHES-291 acres, about 200 of which is cleared,
balance weU wooded. ." _
The above adjoin each other and would maka one fine
Plantation, and wiU bo ?old separately or together.
For terms, Ac, apply as above. tuthaC January 8
At Private Sale, one of OieLargest and most Val?
uable Sea Island Cotton Plantations on Edisto
BY CLIFFORD Si MAT HE WES, "
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street. *.
That TRACT OF LAND on Eda to Island, weU known as
the Seaside Plantation, containing about 1200 seres of
high arable land (1000 of which are cleared and under
cultivation) and 500 acres of marsh. The average yield of
these lands in ordinary seasons was 150 lbs. of clean Cot?
ton of the finest quality to the acre, and they have pro?
duced as high as 200 lbs. par sere. This Plantation is
situated immediately on the ocean and'about a quarter of
a mile from the healthy summer resort of the punters on
Edlsto known as Fdmgsvflle. It is intersected by a creek
navigable for coasting vessels, with convenient landings.
Very Uttle fencing is required to enclose tho whole pisos,
water forming the natural boundary on twojstdea. It ls
about seven mi lo from the steamboat public landing.
This Tract originallv consisted of three plantations, and
c3n bo easily subdivided; and' its health advantages sad
wen known productiveness render lt one bf the most de?
sirable Plantations on the Island.
For terms, ftc, apply ss above."
january 5_ _ *ttnm
"Musselboro' Island" and "Bennetts PoinF Plan?
tations tor Sale or io Lease.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT. .
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, the two above named first
class SEA ISLAND AND SHORT COTTON PLANTA?
TIONS, adjoining each other, located in St Bartholo?
mew's Pariah, opposite to Fenwick and Hutchinson
islands, at thc head waters of the Ashepoo River and
These Lands are as fine as any on the coast About
700 acres can be put under cultivation, and in many
places a bale of Long Cotton con be made to the acre. A
halfmile of fencing ia all that is required on theoe tracts
of nearly 2000 acres. Tho surrounding marah flats and
knowlls are convenient for manuring, and giving abund?
ant food during the entire year to horses, mules, oows,
At "Bennett's Point" it is perfectly healthy at aU
seasons of the year; tho finest oysters and fish, and game
of every description," abound. It is seldom so valuable
and desirable a description of property ls offered to tba
For further particulars, apply as aboye, at ? -
NO. 40 BROAD STREET (Up Stairs!.
January 5 * atuth
Sea Island Plantation al Private Sale.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS,
Broken and Auctioneer?, 85 Broad street.
At I ri va tc Sale- _
BEAR'S BLUFF, also known as RIVERS' POINT, at
tho Southern extremity of Wsdmalaw Island, containing
about 250 acres of Cotton Land, nearly aU of which has
been cultivated. Extensive improvements have been
mode upon the place the past year, over $5000 having
boen expended In superior and necessary buildings, in?
cluding store and dwelling, ten double frame houses with
brick cbmmoys, cotton house, gin house, stable, mule
and wagon sheds, ?c. Tho location ls central sad very
attractive, and remarkable for Its beslthfulness. *> i
WU1 be sold TWELVE SUPERIOR MULES, Wagons,
Ploughs, Steam Engines, ftc. thstofl January 8
A Fine Piano al Private Sale. .,, ;
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY, -
Auctioneers, No: 87 Broad street.
Furniture. Horses, Vehicles, ?c.?oi Auction.
BT SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY, .
No. 87 Broad street, south side, near Stat"
Salas of FtTRNITORE, ftc, at private residences t?
tended to st moderate chsioes. T . - . _
Auction every WEDNESDAY tat HOBBES, VEHliJLE4
?TJRNITURE, ftc,; ot half-past 10 o'clock, at dur office,