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SATURDAY HORNING, JANUARY 12,' ISOTT
To OUR SUBSCRIBERS.-We would call the atten?
tion of thoBO who^jire indebtod to UR throughout
tiio country, that tho old year is closing aud thoir
accounts are not yot settled. Tho price of sub?
scription is not large, and will not bo missed from
thoir plothoric pockets. Tho first of January has
long been celebrated as a div est apart for closing
old accounts, and wo would not havo our friends
depart from this timo-honorod custom. Money is
the motivo power of ovcry enterprise, and news?
papers aro no oxcoption, ?ind wo respectfully ask
our country subBcr.bers to cash up and commence
the now year with a clear record.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD. -At a
meoting of tho Diroetors of tho Havannah and
Charleston Railroad Company, held yesterday, Mr.
JOHN S. BVAN was olectc? General Superintendent.
TEE FARMER for February, has beon sent us by
the publishers, Messrs. ELLIOTT & SHIELDS, of
Bichmond. Contents varied and interesting, as
THE NEW CASKET is a handsome collection of
sacred music, edited and published by Prof. Gr. O.
ROBINSON. For salo by Mr. H. SOOLU?O. Many of
the best gems in this Casket aro cut,-composed
we should have said,-by Prof. ROBINSON.
MAYOR'S COBBT, January ll.-Tue business this
morning was unimportant, and consequently we
have enly to content ourselves with expressing
gratification at the continued good order with
which the city is blessod.
TEX BOPER HOSPITAL, for nearly two years nuder
rnilitary occupation, we aro ploosed to learn, with?
in the lost few days, has been restored to its right?
ful owners, the Trustees appointed by the Medical
Society of South Carolina. The Hospital is now
open for the reception of patients. Dr. WK. C.
HORLBECB. is tho Surgeon, and Dr. J. FORD PBIO
LEAB the Physician of the institution.
THE Fernandina (Fla.) Courier says : "Wo learn
from persons living in the interior that the tide of
emigration to this State just now is unprecedented
in her history. A gentleman informed us, a few
days since, that he occupied twenty-sevon wagons
in one company, con taming-emigrants and their
household gods, all bound for Marion County.
The most of thc so families aro from South Caro?
DEATH OF AN EXPERIENCED SHAPMABTJBB.-The
Philadelphia i jrs publish a report of the arrival
bolnvr that city of tho schooner Alba, from Boston,
and it is stated that her captain and first officer
hod been washed overboard and lost. This unfor?
tunate accident has deprived of life Capt. BEUREN
AD AUB, who, for near twenty years, has been sail?
ing out of this port, principally in the Philadelphia
trade. Capt. ADAMS was a competent officer, and
as a friend was generous and amiable, with a
heart large enough at all times to induce bim to
afford his aid to the friendless and unfortunate.
IMPROVEMENT.-The paving of East Bay has
awakened an emulation among tho denizens of
the wharves, and they have commenced operations
by depositing sevorsl cart loads of cobble stones
on the street. So fax Atlantic Wharf is tho only
one thus blest; but the good effects of this dress?
ing, when once seen, will ho soon appreciated, and
the other localities will not bo backward in availing
themselves of it. The lost rains have made thc
mud thicker, deeper and slushier than it has ever
been for years, and harsh measures were necessary
to restore the streets to a proper sense of their
dignity. Tho stones have proved very efficacious,
and foot passengers and vehicles can now pass
without danger of swamping or stalling. Atlantic
Wharves have always boen foremost in tho march
of improvement, and tho recent measures they
have adopted to rescue their name from reproach,
show that they have not retrograded.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT_Mr. C. F. B. BREUER, a
compositor of this office, while passin : through
the composing room last night, with a lighted
candle in bis hand, inadvertently walked to an
open trap-door and fell through (tho distance of
one story) to the basement. His moans soon at?
tracted attention, and the services of the Dra.
ROBERTSON being called in he was promptly cared
for. In falling ho must have struck upon a por?
tion of the press, as his skull was injured and his
left shoulder badly fractured. An examination
proved that the skull was not fractured, although
there was a severo wound on the scalp ; but tho
injuries were such as would confino him to tho
house for two months. His wounds were dressed
by Dr. ROBERTSON, and his shoulder put in place,
but the nature of the fracture was such that it
occasioned intense pain, and will require the
greatest care to perfoct a cure. It is fortunate
that Mr. BREMER only glanced upon the press, for
if he had fallen upon its inequalities and projec?
tions his death would have been instant.
There are few typos who were not well acquaint?
ed with Mr. BREMER. His genial humor and
friendly manner made him-many friends, and his
unfortunate accident will bo universally deplored
EMIGRATION.-Tho Land of Flowers, os of old,
is still the El Dorado, and the Peninsular State bas
apparently lost none of her attractions. The sons
cf BAU, influenced by inducements offered them,
or dazzled by dreams of bananas and other spon?
taneous fruit, are flocking to that land of promise
in hordes. Florida papers speak glowingly of the
advantages to be obtained by thia emigration, and
are exultant over tho increase, to their laboring
By far the larger number of these emigrants
come from South Carolina, and principally from
the upper districts, and the papers from those sec?
tions are complaining of tho exodus. Nearly every
steamer that leaves here for Florida carries several
hundred of these dusky travellers, and the cry is
"still they go." On their last trips .tho Dictator
and Emilie carried about 400 each to the flowery
paradise, and tho same number left last night on
the Dictator. Africa is evidently on the qui vive,
and Florida having stretched out her hand, tho
summons is gladly obeyed.
"Variety is the spice of life," and Attic's sons
evidently believe the proverb, for the travellers aro
in the highest spirits, and anticipate unnumbered
blessings to result from their move. We hope
they will never regret it, and that their future may
be as pleasant as the time they spent in the old
MAN TRAPS.-In olden times these diabolical in?
ventions were considered necessary to keep in?
truders at a distance and to preservo property
from poachers ; but with all their ingenuity, our
fathers were never capable of constructing pits in
the road that would deceive and entrap even those
who walked boldly and feared no a vii. The march
of improvement has accomplished wonders, and it
has been left to tho present generation to bring
the system of pitfalls to a science, compared to
which all former efforts wero but as child's play.
The great fire of '61 afforded an excellent oppor?
tunity to develop and exhibit this*'science. For?
merly, as if ashamed of their deeds, the owners
of these pits covered them with a grating, which
was some protection to the passenger ; but, aloa 1
old things have passed away, and under the new
regime these open cellars confront ns boldly, and
it requires a thorough knowledge of the topography
of thc region to poss through it unscathed.
PAYNE and P ARKER'S plats are now of no avail,
and unless the city authorities would have the
burnt district suryeyed and hugo crosses or
some other appropriate symbol (gas lamps, for in?
stance) erected to warn the unwary, the dearth of
items will not long continue. It is true that the
most objectionable of these openings have been
filled up, but it has been done hurriedly, and their
plunge is still rather sudden for those who are
net fond of excitement.
As a gymnastic performance these involuntary
movements might-bo applauded, and indeed do af?
ford amusement to all except the bruised Bufferer,
and he is consolingly told " 'tis better to grin than
to growl." Even the old prcvorb to "look before
yon leap'' is so much wholesome advice thrown
away-for, in the gloom of night, the few gas lamps
only shine Like the ignis Jatuus, and lure the
traveller to his doom. WO have heard it stated
that our City Fathers design applying tho "multi?
plying" principle" to their street lamps, and it is ar?
dently hoped by the cellar sufferers that, in order
to test it thoroughly, they will increase the num?
ber of lights. .
Our ways were never ways of pleasantness, but
now they are worse' than a blind paih, and we
grope along, stumbling over loose bricks, and an?
ticipating every moment to be hurled into some
cavernous space, where Our cries will not be heard
by the distant watchman, and there will be no arm
to save. The Board of Health should at once lake
the matter in hand, cr fheb?ls of mortality will soon
be trebled, and though the patent arms and legs
on exhibition in King street are perfect models,
yet "distance lends enchantment to tho Trew," and
wo would prefer nearing those wo brought inti
tho world with os.
In consideration of thoso circumstances, and es
pecially that it is very distasteful for those wh<
have boon in "the imminent deadly broach" t<
come homo and dio by tailing in a ditch, wo woulc
call tho attention of tho authorities to tho disre?
putable condition of some of tho sidewalks, anc
pray, in behalf of bruised and shattered humanity,
that they bo built on a lovol principle-tho prosont
undulations being neither picturesque or agree?
PEDESTRIANISM.- By another notice, it will be
seen that Mr. JOHN SHEPPARD, who has already
mode his mark by walking one hundred milos in
one hundred hours, now proposes to undertake
tho herculean task of walking one thousand miles
in one thousand hours. As the last performance
was a severo tax apon his energies, he has decided,
according to tho rules of sporting men, to go in
training for this momentous enterprise. The pro?
gramme for tho one thousand mile tramp will be
to walk ono milo in every hour and if the per?
former only occupies ten minutes to the mile, tho
remainder of the hour is at his disposal. If ho is
a sensible man ho will manage it so as to have
some portion of the night for sleep, and by that
means can accomplish his self-imposed task with?
out much difficulty.
A WONDERFUL MICROSCOPE;-The editor of the
New York Sunday School Advocate (Rov. DANIEL
WISE, D. D.) says:
The simplicity, cheapness, and great mairnifying
power of the celebrated Craig Microscope, struck
me with surprise. When I was examining a liv's
ero by its aid, and was struck with wonder at the
skill and power of the Creator which is displayed
in its structure. When I saw a statement in an
advertisement that this microscope magnified one
hundred diameters, or ten thousand times, and
could be bought for $2.50,1 thought it was one of
tho many humbugs of the hour, for I had paid $20,
for a microscope not long before. But now I find
it to be a really valuable instrument, which I
should like to seo introduced into the families of
our readers, in place of the manifold useless toys
which plea?o for an hour and then are destroyed.
This microscope would both amuse and instruct
them, and I adviso every boy and girl who wishes
to know tho wonders which lie in itttle things to
save his money until he has $2.75, and send it to
George Meade, Racine, Wisconsin, and you will
promptly receive this beautiful new mioroacope by I
moil, postage paid.
CAUTION.-LEUCOPOEBTIC LOTION.-It is now
positively ascertained that this Lotion is the same
which was first used by the celebrated adept, CAC- !
LIOSTRO. and who, by imprudence in its use, caused
a serious result. As a cosmetic tho Parisian Ia- j
dies were enthusiastic in its praise until an old
Marquise, well stricken in years, anxious for per- j
sonal improvement, procured and used it for two
months os a bath, when she gradually assumed the
appearance of a woman of thirty. Being charmed ?
with this success, she determined to experiment
still further. She secluded herself, and remained |
for two months longer alone in a dark chamber,
still using freely this wonderful lotion. Her attend?
ants became alarmed at the silence of her apart- j
tnents, forced the doors, and found her changed
into a lovely infant of apparently six months old.
Used imprudently, it is dangerous ; cautiously,
it performs faithfully its promise.
THROAT AFFECTIONS-A physician, writing from
Newfane, New York, speaking of the beneficial ef?
fects resulting from the use of "Brown's Bron?
chial Troches," says : "For alleviating that hor?
rid irritation only felt by those who have suffered
from any Bronchial Affection, and for Hoarseness
?nd Sore Throat too, lam free to confess (though
C am on M. D.) they answer oil you claim for
them." To avoid disappointment, bo sure to ob?
tain the genuine "Brown's Bronchical Troches."
WE REFER to JOHN COMMINS, NO. 137 Meeting
street, where he offers U. S. Government harness
md saddles, little used, at one-fourth their original
:ost: four-horse set harness, complete, at $27; fine
imbalance harness, complote, for one horse, at
MO (will suit for buggy, omnibus and light wagon);
ot prime bridles and bits at $1. vrs4
MOTHERS 1-In se-'ecting your children s toilet
articles, place COLGATE'S Soap at tho head. Purity
tl person and clothing is essential to health ;
;herefore, enjoin upon them a liberal use of COL
JATE'S Soap. For very yo mg children there is
lothing equal to COLGATE'S Aromatic Vegetable
Soap, made of medicinal vegetable oils, and the
best thing yet invented for the nursery.
THE GALES OF ARABS are not spicier than the
u-oma which the Fragrant Sozodont imparts to
;he breath. Nor is the heart of the ivory nut
vhiter than the teeth that are cleaned daily with
hat matchless fluid. tus2 January 8
WE have tried it. No! Wo should say many of
mr friends have tried PECTORAL BALM in Consump?
tion and derived great relief; a number of perma
lent cures. With such evidence we say to all suf
'erers that this preparation is ono of the few that
loes not belie its reputed merits. For sale by all
DOWDS & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
BREAKFAST CAXXS, GBITJDLE CAKES, M?FFINB, ROLLS,
sc., all made light and wholesome by using the PIONEER
f EAST POWDXB. If you would uso Buckwheat without
laving headache and eruptions, use the Pioneer Toast
Powder. Bakers will find this Powder reliable for Hot
Rolls, Tea Biscuit, Ac. Sold by
GRUBER & MARTIN.
January 12 32 No. 236 King street.
THE DAT ls fast coming upon us when the use of Paint
md Powder will be abandoned, as the ladies are fast
earning tho use of EFPTKO'S rz-urr- EXTRACT OF SABSA
>nTtn.T,A AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as it renders the skin
?ott and rosy. status January 12
Many persons nave within this summer experienced
he benefits to be derived from the use of PARXNTN'S
LSPATIO BITTERS- We would recommend them to all
vho stand lu need of a tonic
Por sale by all Druggists. s October 6
To PLANTERS_If you wish Fertilizers, apply to J. N
?OBSOK. No, 62 East Bay, who has always a large stock,
md on the most favorable terms.
November 28 su thstu2moe
The Truth about Dyspepsia.
Whoever says that dyspepsia is incurable, tells a
hat ia to say, makes an egregious mistake. More than
en thousand aggravated cassa have been cored by HOS
CETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, while the number
hat have been prevented from coming to a head, by tho
ame means, is incalculable. IB Winter and early Spring,
rben the appetite is sometimes too vigorous for the
omfort and safety of the stomach, indigestion is most
ore valent and most distressing. Is the appetite to be
talked io accommodate the digestive organe? Not so;
or then the frame would lack its due proportion of nu
rlment. The thing to be done is to BZBXKQTBZN THE
TOMA CH, tone the liver, and put the bowels in perfect
irder. Nothing will do thli so effectually, so rapidly, so
[Uietly, so pleasantry as H03TETTER'S BETTERS. This
lOtent preparation trims and balances the system, and
lothes it, as it were, with defensive armor. Chronic
lyspepsla, liver complaint, and fever and ague, are never
mown to attack those who are wise enough to invoke
lie aid of this great preventive. 6 January 7
DISTRICT COURT EOE BERKLEY DISTRICT.
IN CONSEQUENCE OP THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF
proouring a place of safe confinement for Prisoners In
he village of Pinopolls, it ls ordered that the first Quar
erly Session of the District Court for Berkeley be held
it MOUNT PLEASANT (Instead of Pinopolls, aa hereto
bro advertised), on the Fourth Monday in January
A Sp?cial Court will be held on Wednesday, 9th inst.
Lt Mount Pleasant, for the drawing of Juries.
By order of J dago ?. D. RICHARDSON.
J. W. BROWNFIELD,
January S stuthe Clerk Dist. Court, Berkley.
ANCIENT FINS: AKTS.
To tte Editor Af the New Torie Herald :
Respecting the relics of porcelain ware found In the
ste exhumations at Herculaneum, which have been for?
warded to the Society of Antiquities in London, whereof
'our correspondent says the bottle resembling DRAKE'S
PLANTATION BTTXXBS waa undoubtedly placed among
be ruins by the agent of Dr. Daaxx, we desire to state
hat he is incorrect in every respect. If a bottle waa
bund there bearing our lettering, the language of the
in clent pW"1? waa different from the accepted litera
ure of that day. Our agent has other business than this
n Europe, and has not been in Italy at all. No doubt
americans carry Plantation Bitters to Borne; but trying
o impose upon a Society of Antiquarians in this way
teems quite useless, and we do not appreciate the Joke,
lt ls unsee seary for us to spend money in Europe while
we are unable to supply the demand for these celebrated
Bitters here. Respectfully, P. H. DRAKE * CO.
January 8 tuthsS
LAW NOTICE. ~~
D. G. MCINTOSH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN
\T7TLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS FOR THE
VV EASTERN CIRCUIT, embracing the Districts of
Chesterfield, Marlborough, Darlington, Marlon and Wil
' PrompTattentlon given to coBacBon of elatina.
Office at Darlington Court Hcase.
Mesara. ADAMS, FROST st 00., Charleston, 8. C.
Mesara. G. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Charleston, & 0.
Messrs. 3. * 3. D. KIRKPATRICK, Charleston, S. C.
Gen. JAMBS CONNER, Charleston, & c.
Maj. KP. ?. THURSTON. Charleston, 8. C.
3. ELI GREGG, Esq., Han Bluff.
January ll Imo
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROH THE LOOM.
rrtHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED IN
I bond about 3000 yards TWILLED MELTONS, fine
goods; also, various qualities of CONFEDERATE GREY
CLOTH, all of which will bo sold or bartered for Koot.
HENRY TRKNCHARD, Exohango street,
January 8 tuths2mo Charleston. 8.0.
TO MY FRIENDS IN GENERAL.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
will And lt to their interest to call at No. 36 BROAD
STREET, where they will bo fitted better and got cheaper
gooda than at ray other establishment in this city.
In connection with tho above. Mr. J. T. KENNEDY
will be hapi-y io walt on his old friends and customers, at
No. 35 BROAD STREET.
SW Call and see those ?36 FROCK COATS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
ANO EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO OBDEB AT
November 27_MERCHANT TAILOR
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER XK
CLOTHS, CASSIUS AND VESTINGS,
GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23_6mos_CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
December 21 Imo Under the American Hotel.
SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PABKEB & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
December 24 _imo
CARHART, WfflTFGTtD & CO.,
MANUFACTUREES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 57, 59
and OJ, Hudson street, near Doone, New York.
T. F. CABHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A- T. HAMILTON.
SLATE AND TILE ROOFING.
EUMLY & McHALE. PRACTICAL SLATE AND
TILE ROOFERS, NORTHEAST CORNER OF AN?
SON AND WENTWORTH STREETS, are now prepared
to execute all orders for SLATE AND TILE ROOFING,
at tho lowest possible terms; and, from long practical ex?
perience, can guarantee to give general satisfaction to all !
who may favor us with their patronage. Personal atten?
tion given, and all work warranted.
January 10 thstnO?_THOS. McHALE.
JACOB G. RENTIERS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF LUMBER. TIM?
BER and WOOD, to be found at Office of STEIN
MEYER & SON, Factors, foot Bearrfain street, respect?
fully offers his services to the public iu above capacity.
Captain M EDICTS RICKENBACKER, of Orangeburg,
wtU be happy to see his friends at above Office.
jtS-The Barnwell Sentinel and Edgeaeld Advertiser
please publish twice.
December 4 ruths
W1UIAM H. GILLILAND & SON;
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
New York Prize Association,
Ko. 599 BROADWAY, K. Y.
KOSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, 8ILVEB
WABE, FINE GOLD AND
"YT7TLL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE !
VV name and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 25 cents, sn envelope containing
such ticket will be drawn without choice, and delivered
at our office, or sent by mail to any ad (Tresa, . The pur?
chaser after seeing what article it draws and Its value
which may be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
on our circular at tho same value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No BLASTS.
OUT patrons -cab depend on fair, honorable dealing.
The article drawn wiU be delivered at our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly sent as directed, by return
mall, or express. -
; Letters from many persons acknowledging the receipt '
of valoablo gifts from us, may be seen on file at our of?
fice, among whom we are permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lambertville, N.J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett. No. 252 Cumberland street; Brook?
lyn, sewing machine, $80; Edwin .Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
gold lever watch, value $200; Hon. B. K. Briggs, Wash- j
ington, D. C.. diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
100 Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, Ko.
203 Nineteenth street, N. Y., sewing machine, ?90; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, TS. Y., melodeon, $150; Miss L. Colline,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster rms, $225; Dr. Henry i
Smith, Worcester, Mass., sewing machine.- $86; H. Shaw. ;
No. 13316th street, N. T.. gold, watch. ?ISO; Edw. Boyn?
ton, Nashville, Tenn., melodeon, $100; James Bussell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, $260; B. T.
Smith. Providence, B. X, saver lever watch, $60; Oscar j
Purdy, Madison, N. J., music box, $45; Hon. E. S. New?
ell, St. Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $185; J. R. Sperry,
Litchfield, Conn., silver watch, $55; Wm. B. Peek, Har?
lem, Bin., music box, $76; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $125; Miss E. M. Schcnck, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond esr rings, (225; Pierre Beaudin, St Charles
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. v*r***
Barnes, St Loots, Mo., melodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD FOB ONE DOLLAB BACH,
And not to be paid for until yon know what you have
26 BoeewoooTPianos, worth.$200 00 to 500 00
30 Melodoons, Rosewood Cases. 100 00 to 225 00
200 Mmdo Boxes, a to 33 tones. . 15 00 to 160 00
100 Sewing Machines. 60 00 to 125Tj0
LO00 SUver Tea Sets.-;. .:. 25 00 to 150 00
200 SHver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
ICO Sliver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 36 00
LOCO Sets SUver Tee sud Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 46 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches. 100 00 to 250 00
100 Diamond Bings, Cluster, Ac. 60 00 to 200 00
OOO Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
SOO Ladles'Gold Watches. 60 00 to 8500
1,000 8flverWatches_:. 9500to 60 00
3,000 Vost Chains..... ? 00 to 25 00
2,000 pairs Ear Biogs (new styles). 1 50 to 7 00
3,009 Necklaces. 3 00 to 7 00
2,500 Gold Pencils. 300 to 800
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches.... 6 00 to- '
3,000 Lava"and Florentine Brooches_ 4 00 to
1,500 Masonic Pins_._ 4 00 to SOO
1,600 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern)... 4 60 to 7 50
2,500 Sets Of Bosom Studs. 150 to 600
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Battons. 2 50 to 10 00
5,000 Plain Gold and Chased Binga._ 4 60 to 10 00
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Binge. 2 50 to 1000
5.000 Miniature Lockets, all sizes. 2 50, to 7 00
10.000 Sets bf Ladles* Jewelry. 8 00 to 3000
4,000 Watch Charms (each)... 300to 550
5,000 Gold Pens, SQ. ex. Cases A Pencils. 4 50 to 700
5,000 Genfs Breast and Scarf Pins. 8 00 to 2000
2,000 Ladles'new style Belt Brickies_ 4 00 to 800
2,000 Ch?telain? and Guard Chains. 7 60 to 3000
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 1500
6,000 S?ta Ladies' Broochand Ear Drops 6 00 to 1300
3,000 Gold Crosses. 160to 600
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets..- 6 00 to 2000
2,000 Hoavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 00
2.000 Ball Ear Drops, all colora.. 800to 700
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops. 3 00 to 7 CO
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 50 to 700
Lady*. Sets, new styles. Cut Crystal, M Jet, Hard Bob?
ber, Ac, ftc !
mw A chance to obtain say of the above articles tor
Ono Dollar by purchasing a sealed envelope for 35 cents.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed to ill.
MW 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 ?or Two Donara, S3 sar
Five DoBars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters shonld.be addressed
J.H. RAY & SO.,
BOX No. 6180, NEW YOEE.
December 88 SQ 8moe
DRY flOODS, ETC.
NO. 248 King Street,
BETWEEN HABEL, AND MARKET HTS.,
EKSPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION OF
THE PUBLIC to tus varlod Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCED PRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
6000 YARDS BLACK AND WHITE POPLINS, at 15o.
With a large varloty or other DRESS GOODS ranging on
the same price. ?im
Our IRISH POPLINS and SILK GOODS aro worth the
attention of customers iud those seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. Tho attention of tho
Ladles is particularly roques tod to the same.
The Linen Department is well supplied in SHEET
ISO and SHIRTING LINENS, with a largo assortmont oi
TOWELLINGS, all of thc most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIfflERE DE?
Those seeking such will find my 6-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.50 to be a very fine
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART
2000 YARDS OF C0L0BED MADDER PRINTS, at
12 Ji c. per yard, ls offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING AND TICK?
INGS, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL* DE
20 PIECES 3-4 FINE 8AIISBUL . FLANNEL, at 30c,
per yard. With large lot of othor brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very large lot BLANKETS. In Wbito and Colored, is
offered at from $4 per pair and upwards. Particular at- ?
tentton la paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In which will be found t; j Latest Styles and Best
Fabrics In Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1600 FRENCH LACE COLLARS are offered at 16?.
each. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Lacea, a;
very low figures,
1000 pieces English and French BONNET RIBBONS, in
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS. Ostrich Feathers and
Flowers, in gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GL0TE DEPART?
In this Uno will be found a well and carefully selected
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, for Ladies, Gents and
Children. Best of KID GLOVES for Ladies and Gentle?
men, just received at very low prices. Also, Berlin Cos- \
sim ere and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK in all its dl:
feroi.t departments, I can assure those In 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 call is respectfully soUcitod.
NO. 248 KING STREET.
Between Hasel and Market streets.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
A. S. EBEITAS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, ETC., READY-MIXED
PAINTS, TS QUANTITIES TO SUIT
No. 174 East Bay.
HOUSE, SIGN, SHIP AND ORNAMENTAL PAINT?
ING, Gilding. Graining. Imitations of Wood, Mar?
ble, and all other work appertaining to the trade, exe?
cuted in a neat and workmanlike manner, by
FREITAS & RIDDELL,
No. 174 East Bay.
A S FREITAS.ISAAC a RIDDELL
October 25 thntu6mo
ALBEE & WAEKEN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering our Stock of |
Which is complete,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE
City and Country Merchants are
respectfully invited to give ns a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 HAYNE STREET,
Sign Lamp Banner.
December 17 Imo
*F 0 II N D R YI
fl Machine Shops.
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam ' Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ing? in Iron and Brass of
Send orders to
J. M. BASON ft BEO.,
[ Nassau and Columbus sta.,
Charleston, 8. C.
December IS_ sn_ttnth
BRIDGE'S & LAIM K,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
aSeie?vInery of Every Description.
TAFTS PATENT BOLLING LEVER SI BLABS
No. SO l;<,>irtla?iil-ct., comer of Oreen wie IA,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nut?, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
iron Forgings of various kinds, ftc, ftc
STERLAND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Belting of all kinds. Baggage Cheeks, ftc, ftc
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of OAR HEAD
ALBERT BRIDGES....... JOEL C. LANE,
HW YORK MM ENGINE CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR-WHEEL BOXES,
^ _ AND ? : ? -.
SJ?CeiMSTS' ? OF ALL DE*SCOT(R
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WARBROOK, No. 222 PEARL ST,>
December 18 ? ' ' 0a?o
BREWSTER ? SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OB"KICK No. OB BROAD STREET.
TONS PER BRIG "ABBY WATSON.-' AT RE?
DUCED price? TO-DAY, to arrive, storing.
COTTON DUCE, assorted numbers.
For sale by B. M. BUTLER.
January 12 1 Atlantic Wharf.
E. FRANK (JOE'S
SUPER PHOSPHATE OP LIE
BONE DUST MANURE.
WE BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF PLANT?
ERS to tho above as a superior manure for either
Com or Cotton, the experience of last year proving lt
equal if not BUpcrior to Poruvian Guano.
Tho following ia the report of an analysis xnado from a
lot now in store:
Phosphate of Lime, soluble.:.8.20
Phosphate of Limo, insolublo.28.B0
- 37.00 !
Sulphate of Lime and traces of Sulphate of
Ammonia, Potash, Soda and Magnesia,
with some free Sulphuric Acid, about. 8.00
HygromoUo Water expelled at 212 degrees_ 23.00
Combined Wator (a portion of this belongs to
the Phosphate of Tilmo, which was esti?
ma tod after its ignition; tho greater part of
balance ls doubtless associated with the
Animal Mattor) ?nd Animal Matter. 30.00
Silica (Sand). 2.00
Tho Animal Matter, as might bo supposed in a fertlUzor
so largely derived from fish, is lesa highly nltrogonized
than that in the Peruvian Guano. Still it will afford, du?
ring tho process of decomposition, about three per cent
of Ammonia. Tho Oil (which is romarLably abundant)
though not generally reckoned among Manures, being
hero associated with other less stable animal principles,
cannot fall of adding to tho value of tho mixture, espe?
cially on light soils. The insoluble Phosphate being
thoroughly organized and. at the samo time, minutely
divided, is also well adapted to a gradual appropriation by
According to the present sample, COE'S SUPER
PHOSPHATE is a judiciously and faithfully manufac?
tured Manure, and will not disappoint thoso who will
givo it a triaL Even if employed alone, I should expect
highly remunerative resulte.
(Signed) CHARLES UPHAM SHEPARD.
Price $06 per ton of 2000 pounds.
For salo by E. H. RODGERS Sc CO.,
Sole Agents for South Carolina.
January 12 2mo_North Atlantic Wb?r.
OF ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; EBON AND
Steel Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, Trucks, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Corn Shellers, Fanning and Grain Mills,
Cotton Gins, Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills,
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Horse
Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bono Dust, Phos?
phate of Lune, A-c JOHN MOORE,
December 10 too No. 193 Front-street, Now ?ork.
DIRECT PROM AG2.VTS, AT MARKET
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, $75 CASH; $80 FIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island Suano, $20 cash ; $25 1st November, with
inter, st, approved city acceptance.
Baugh'8 Phosphate of Limo, SCO cash; $65 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city acceptance,
Phoenix Guano, $55 cash.
Flower of Bono, unadulterated and unburnt
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warranted pure.
I offering tho above manures to planters, I do so with
every confidence, not only having testimonials from
plan'ere who have used them tho past year, but tho
further guarantee that every cargo, as it arrives from the
factory, Js analyzed by Prof. Shepard, of the 8onth
Carolina aTedical College, and the high reputation of
these manur.^fuUy kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 tuths3mos No. 62 East Bay.
THE COMPOSITION OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL WITH PERUVIAN. IT DIFFERS
ONLY IN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
WHILE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
nearly twice the quantity of Phosphate of Lime,
16 per cent of which is immediately soluble. Its effects
on Cotton the past season have, in many instances, ox
ceUcd Peruvian Guano. It has in no case proved less ac?
tive in thc carly growth.-of tho crop. When drought in
tervenes thc crop does not suffer from its use as is the
casa with Peruvian Guano. By reason of the presence in
it of so large a per cent of Phosphate of Limo its uso im?
proves the soil to an extent that cannot be realized from
Every cargo of this Guano is subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, and ls sold ou a basia cf actual value.
The undersigned. Agent, is prepared to furnish the tes?
timony of well known South Carolina plantera in evidence
of the superior excellence of this Guano.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December I hitbS)*u3mo NO. 02 EAST BAY.
I N G
PORTABLE HAND POWER
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI?
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY, CHEAPNESS AND RA?
PIDITY OF WORK.
FCAN BE WORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WELL TURN OUT FBOM TWENTY TO
THIRTY BALES, OF FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH,
The Press can be worked either alongside or under the
Ginning Boom, and thus be under cover and worked in
all kinds of weather. It weighs two thousand pounds;
can be very readily broken apart and carried about the
ti. Exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
.CHARLESTON, S. C.
December ll tnthsSmo
?L? IE3- OB
18 THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
IX TECS WORLD.
IT 18 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and the least liable to get ont of order.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock, Knot,
Double Lock and Doable Knot; each stitch perfect and
alike on both sides of the fabric
The work will feed either to the right or left without
stopping the machine.
It wifi Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Cord. Hem, Fell, Bind.
Gather and Stitch on a Ruffle at the same time, and do all
ilnds of Stitching required by Families and Manufac?
It rans easily, and is almost noiseless.
It is tho most rapid sewer In the world, making five
stitches to each revolution.
It uses the same sise threads on both sides of the
It oils so dresses, all ita machinery being on top of the
lt? tension is seir-adjoetlcs, and hence not liable to
break the throed.
MACHINES may bo seen in operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY -STORE, corner of King and Basel streets,
whore tho truth of the above will bo demonstrated to all
who may caB
Lu every District in the State, to whom liberal induce?
ment* will be offered.
For further information, call on, or ad drees
' C. W. DENNIS A CO..
General Agauts for South Carolina.
Ee?exnbor 20 Imo
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A Large and carefully selected Stock
?WHICH DJ OFFEBED TO THE rUilLJC
AT REDUCED PRICKS.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under tho super?
vision of experienced Chemist*, -which enables us to re?
commend thom as pure and roliablo in strufuith.
Wo keep on hand all articles to be fouud i ti a first-class
Drug Store. Fresh additions ara received by every
?9- PRESCRIPTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
North of Market.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. DAER, M. D.
ORS. R?0?L & LYM?H.
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL. M. D.A. M. LYN AH. M. D.
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AND
well selected stocks of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
. COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac, .tc.
whloh thoy offer to tho Public and tho TRADE in gen?
eral at tho LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and examine
Put up at all hours, day and night, -rio, tl??. ?..?toot
JOS- Country orders solicited. tostu November 8
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Kemedy
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT 1Tb
Fountain Hoad, and removes at once aU tho wretched
symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of tho Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsive Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
Ears. Absent-Mindedness, Mental Depression, Dimness ol
Vision, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough ; restores tho sense
of Taste and Smell, and permanently cures thc dlscaso m
all its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and modo of treatment, like thc disease,
ls peculiar. In consists of the inhalation of harmless li?
quids from tho palm of the hand. Tho Immediate rclioi
it affords is alone worth ten tunes the cost of the reme?
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa?
tion never before publish od. Call at our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it.
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-stroot,
Drs. RAOUL & LYN AH,
November 1 thstu6mo Agent for Charleston.
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to some affection
of tho 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!" "A slight sore throat!" in tho he?Jlo?R romarit
of many when so affected. Yes ; "Only u cold," waa tue
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Death has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed ! should be the motto forever
in the minds of aU subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all suf?
fering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief is
within their reach; and. If neglected, fatal consequences'
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which th ero can bo but one victor
Does it not appal the strongest mind, to thiu-i ' < the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? .'bat ex?
cuse can be offered, when timely warning i ? J inndcd in
your ears? When the danger is pointed i it, why not
avoid lt? MARSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM I is been used
with success in nearly a million of cases, nd ts endorsed
by the Medical Faculty as the most nrompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific research bas discovered, to
relievo and cure all cases of Co ir tis. Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if tho casa is not beyond all hope.
Even when tho sufferer is ii tho last stages, he will find
relief by using this prop ?ration- One bottle will con?
vince the most incr?dulo;.!', that the merits of Ulis prepa?
ration are by no means exaggerated ; in foot, fall fur abort
of the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by ita : i mely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bettie and dealers ore instructed in every instance
to refund tho money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 4S7 Broadway, New
Price, 60 cents small bottle; $1 large size.
KING & CASSI1DEY,
- Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. 3uio December 4
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
(FORMERLY JOHN ABIIBUBST AMD CO.
GEORGE 0. GOODBIOH.) ' '
PHILIP WISEMAN, } SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOHN ASHHUBST, J
r> :FL xx ca- s?
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
ATT, WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
CABE, Aii'S WILL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
October 27 lAusnst ll Hanns
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS MD KEW YEARS.
GREAT WATCH 8AT.W ON THE POPULAR ONEPRTCE
PLA". GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND
RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OP TEN
DOLLARS, .WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE AND
NOT TO BE PAID FOB UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches..$250 to S7C0
100 Magic Cosed Gold Watches..200 lo 500
100 Lames' Watches, Enamelled.100 lo 800
300 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches.... 250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Enghuh Levers..200 lo 260
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.160 to 200
600 Gold Hunting Amer!can Watches. 100 lo 250
600 Silver Hunting Levers.. 60 lo 150
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 250
600 Gold Ladies'Watches. BO to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lopin es. 60 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches. 60 to 100
2500 Hunting Silver Watches.. 25 to 60
6000 Assorted Watches, aU kinds. 10 to 75
as- Every patron obtains a Watch by this arrange?
ment, costing but $10, ?bile it may be worth $750. No
Mxaaaa j. HICKXTNO & Co. -S GREAT UBIOH WATCH Co.,
New York City, wish to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming articles, are
placed in sealed envelopes. Holders are entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment of Ten
Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $750 or ono worth,
lasa. The return of any of our certificatee entitles jon to
the article named thereon, upon payment, irrespective
of its worth, and asno article valuod less than floris
named on any certificate, it will at once be seen thatthia
ls no Lottery, buta strsight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which maybe participated in even by th? moat
i*A1<eta3e Certificate will be sent by mail, post paid,
uponreceipt of 25 cent?, ave for $1, eleven for $2, thirty
three and elegant i rem i nm for $6, sixty-six and mere
valuable premium for $10, one hundred and most superb
Watch for 816. To Agents or those wishing employment
tais ls a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try ut t
Address . J. HICKLISG ?ti CO..
Ne. 119 Broadway. N. V.
December 18 Imo
STEAK OAS FITTER AND PLUMBER, j
TO LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES.?/AS
KirCOTMO AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
?ENDE1> TO. NO. IIA KING STREET.
August 31 - Between Breed and Queen street?.
LAKliK SALE OF RE AL ESTATE, STOCK,
I wiH soil ot public sale, at my Plantation, in the Fori of
KdiBto. OranRflmrK District. 12 nillo" from Oraiiituburg
village ami 8 milos from Graham's Turnout, on THURS?
DAY, tbo 7th day of February next,
61)00 aerCR of first quality COTTON. PROVISION AND
TIMBER LANDS, with a lino Dwelling and outhouses, 6
settlement*, 2 gin houses, sugar mill, steam saw mill in
Uno working unter, a site for a water mill with dam intact,
and two other flue site"? for water power. To bo sold in
tracts to suit purchasers.
20 head MULES, 10 head Horses, 80 head Cattle, be?
sides IIogH, Sheep, -fcc, Ac.
TIM UER CARTS, Ox Carts, Wagons, and PUntatiou
1000 bushols of CORN, aud other kinds of Provision.
Terms of Sale-Tho Laud: One-third cash, and tho
baiancu ou a credit of one and two years, with approved
security aud a mortgage of tho premises. Stock and Pr- -
visions: Terms made known ou day of sale.
January 12 sw_JOHN EASTERLIN.
_ Sales EVERT EVEN INO at 7 o'clock, by KILROY ic Co.,
No. :::!'.' King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, clothing. Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Roots and
Shoes. Cutlery. Pt-rfuiuury aud Soaps._January 12
Mackerel. Salmon, llcrrinqs, Lumber and Latlis.
BY HUNKY IOIUA & CO.
On MONDAY, lilli lust, at ll o'clock, on Boyeo A Co.'8
South Wliarf. will be sold
THE REMAINDER OF THE CAROO OF BRITISH BRIG
"CHEBUOTOO," consigned to Messrs. Kudd A Blake,
cossisTTNa OF :
Half barrels ami Mts EXTRA No. 1 MACKEREL
Kits largo No. 2 Mackerel
Barrels and half barrels largo No. 3 Mackerel
Half barrels and kits Nos. 1 and 2 Salmon
55,000 feet PRIME WHITE PINE BOARDS AND
09.000 Latlis, 4 fcot long.
Conditions canli. January ll
Choice Plants and Evergreens, fr<xm celebrate'1.
Nursery of Mace * Whitman, Astoria, L. I.
BY .lOll-i Gr. MILNOR ? CO.
On TUESDAY, lDth instant, at half-past 10 o'clock, will
bc sold at our Auction Sales Room, No. 133 Mooting
A largo collection of choice PLANTS AND EVER?
GREENS, from the celebrated nurseries of Mace A Whit?
man, Astoria, L. I., N. Y.,
CONSISTING! or :
Now and very Uno CARNATIONS, Arabias, Camelia Ja?
p?nicas, Roses. Euonynious, Ac.
Mr. G. Maco 1H to<. .?.?? >-?? our community to
need any recommendation.
Thc plants will all bo found truo to their names and as
Conditions cash. January ll
JSScc-ttfor's Sale-Estate of Oie tale John F. Witls
chen, of Two Lots and a Brick House, now occu?
pied as a Jiakerg, Nu. 115 Church street, at
BY SMITH ?& MCGILLIVRAY,
Reul Estate Agents, No. ?7 Broad Street,
Will positively be sold on the north steps of tho Old Cro?
tora House, at ll o'clock, on TUESDAY', the 6th of
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS there?
on, situate on tho west side of Church street, 34 fee
front, and 130 foot deep, more or les?, with Brick Build?
ing known as 115 Church street. Together with that Lot
of Land adjoining the above on tho South, measuring
front on Church street 37 feet 5 melius*, and on tho rear
26 feet C inches, more or loss, sud in depth 139 foet 8
Inches on tho northern line, 123 feet 9 luchos on the
southern lino, more or less. Bounded on thc south fey
St. Philip's Church Yard.
Terms.-One-quarter cash; balance In one, two, throe
and four years, secured by a mortgage of tho property.
Purchaser to pay Solicitor of Estate for papers and ex?
penses of papers.
January 10 th 10 tuthsO 2d, 4th and 5th Feb
. UNDER DECREE IN I-.?117IT f.
First National Bank vs. Woodward et al.
Will be sold on TUESDAY* next, the 15th january. 1807,
at ll o'clock, in front of the old Custom House,
THE FOLLOWING FEnSONAL I'lIOPKETY:
Two large Wagona
One One-horse Wagon
- Ono large Copy Press
Six sets Harness 'J
Seven Messinger's Safes -
Office Furniture, Fixtures, Ac.
Terms cash. JAMES TUPPEB,
January 10 thsttui Master in Equity.
.4 Fine Plantation to Pent, known as O'NcaU's
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS,
Broken mud Auctioneers, No. a5 Broad street.
To Rout, a PLANTATION, eight miles from the city,
and within a half mile of tho Seven Mile Pump, South
Carolina 1'ailroad. containing about 90 acres of inland
smamp rice land, and 300 acres of cotton and provision
land. Thc quality of this tract of land is unsurpassed,
besides tho privilege of cutting oak and piuo wood will
be accorded, which can be shipped either by railroad or
river. On this Plantation will be found a good Residence,
containing four square rooms, and all the necessary out?
buildings, such aa negro houses, barn, Ac. Terms ac?
commodating. stuth3 January 12
A Farm five miles from the City, on Cooper River.
BY I. S. Iv. BENNETT.
At Private Sale
A valuable aud beautifully located FARM, five miles
from the city, containing 302 acres. On it is an elegant
mansion, and all necessary outbuildings. Apply as
above, at No. 40 BROAD STREET (UP STAIRS).
Sea Island Colton Plantation of best quality of
BY CLIFFORD St MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street.
At Private Sale
That VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
TION, known as Inverness and Gilbert's, situated in
Prince William's Parish, at Old Pocotallgo, on Pocotallgo
River, navigable at tho lauding for v?asela drawing 7
feet water, and on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad,
containing 703 acres, about 250 to 300 acres of which aro
cleared, and all well wooded and p-rtially. settled.
For terms, Sic, apply as above.
Valuable Sea Island Cotton Lands on James'
BY CLIFFORD Si M ATI I EWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street.
At Private Sale
Tho following valuable SEA ISLAND COTTON LANDS
on James' Island, situated on the Steno River:
MAXCY-397 acres, nearly aU of which ls cleared;
healthy all the year; settled iu buildings.
DILL'S CUT-80 acres, nearly all cleared.
MoLNTYRE-About ISO acres, nearly all cleared.
BURCHES-291 acres, about 200 of which is cleared,
balance well wooded.
The above adjoin each other and would make one fine
Plantation, and will be sold separately or together.
For terras. Arc, apply aa above. tuthsO January 8
At Prieale Sale, one of Hie Largest and most Val?
uable Sea ' Island Cotton Plantations on Edisto
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Brood street.
That TRACT OF LAND on Edsto Island, well known as
the Seaside Plantation, containing about 1200 acres of
nigh arable land (1000 of which are cleared and under
cultivation) and 600 acres of marsh. The average yield of
these kinds in ordinary seasons was 150 lbs. of clean Cot?
ton of tho finest quality to tim acre, and they have pro?
duced aa high as 2G0 lbs. per acre. This Plantation ia
situated immediately on the ocean and about a quarter of
a mile from the healthy summer resort of the planters on
Edisto known aa Edin y avilie. It is intersected by a creek
navigable for coasting vessels, with convenient landings.
Very little fencing is required to enclose the whole place,
water forming tho natural boundary on two sides. It is
about seven mi h _ from the steamboat public landing.
This Tract originally consisted of three plantations, and
can be easily subdivided; and its health advantages and
well known productiveness render it one of the most de?
sirable Plantations on the Island.
For terms. A-c., apply as above.
January 6_stn th
For Sale, Old Town Plantation, in St. Andrew's
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE, No. 33 brood
At Private Sale
The PLANTATION known as "OLD TOWN," in St
Andrew's Parish, belonging to the estate of W. McE.
Parker. This tract of Land lies on the 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 390 acres, more or less, aro cleared Sea
Island Cotton and Provision lands, about 630 seres in
woods, and about 376 acres in marsh and rush lands.
On the Plantation are comfortable quarters for one
hundred laborer?, a large now Gin House, a commodious
stable and shed, a Blacksmith and Carpenter's shop, a ""
Church, a small dwelling house in fair order, Ac, Ac
This Plantation is a very valuable one, having been
for a number of years moet successfully cultivated in the
finest qualities or Sea Island Cotton, in corn, and other
provision crops. Its facilities for being fertilized by
marsh mud and sedge ' cannot be excelled, the Ashley
River being its boundary on the east, and a Creek that of ".
The natural beauties of "Old Town" are unusually
great, the live oaks on the Plantation growing in great
profusion, and of great size and beauty. A number of
fresh water fish ponds, wantonly destroyed during tho
past two years on tho place, can, by a small expendi?
ture of labor and means, be restored to their former
lovelinoss. Tbechimneya and brick foundations of tbs
former dwelling house are still standing, and could pro?
bably be used ss they now are.
A couple of years of attention and taste, and a moder?
ate expenditure of means, would render this Plantation
one of the most attractive homeain the Aitntx-M-n o*-.*-^?
The fertility of Its sou eau be weUattesfod to.
For particulars, apply as above, at
january 10 thstu6 Ko. 33 BBQ AD STREET.
"Musselboro' /stand" and "Bennett's PoinC Plan?
tations for Sale or to Lease.
BY I. 8. K. BENNETT.
FOB SALE OB TO LEASE, the two above named first
class SEA ISLAND AND SHORT COTTON PLANTA?
TIONS, a?joining each other, located In St. Bartholo?
mew's Pariah, opposite to Fenwick and Hutchinson
Islands, at the head witera of the Ashepoo River sod .
These Lands are as fine as any on the coast. About
700 seres can be put under cultivation, and m many
places a bale of Long Cotton can be made to the acre. A
half mlle of fencing is all that ls required on these tracts
of nearly 2000 acres. The surrounding marsh fists and
knowlls are convenient for manuring, and giving abund?
ant food during the entire year to horses, mules, cows,
At "Bennett's Point" it is perfectly healthy at all
seasons of tho year; tho finest oysters und fish, and gimo
of every description, abound. It la tieldom so valuable
and desirable a description of property ls offered to tho
For further particulars, apply as above, at
No. 40 BBOAD STREET (Up Stairs).
January 5 _Broth
Sea Island Plantation at Private Sale.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si Si. 9. BRUNS,
Broken sand Auctioneers, ?5 Brood street.
At Private Sale
BEAB'S BLUFF, also known as Bl VEHS' POINT, st
the Southern extremity of Wadmalaw Island, containing
about 260 acres of Cotton Land, nearly all of which has
been cultivated. Extensive Improvements have been
made upon the place the past year, over $6000 bavins;
been expended in superior and necessary buildings, in?
cluding store and dwelling, ten double frame ?oases wi th
brick chimneys, cotton house, gin he-use, stable, mule
and wagon sheds. Ac The location ia central and very
attractive, and remarkable for its healUtfuIness.
Wffl be sold -TWELVE SDPERIOB MULES, Wagons,
Ploughs, Steam v^rmm. ftc thstuS January 3
Furniture, Horses, J^'cto ctc^ai Auction.
BY SMITH St MCGILLIVRAY,
No. OT Brood street, sooth side, near Stott*
gales of FURNITURE, Ac, at private xesidetioes U
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES. VEHICLE**
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