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MON DAY SroitN'l^C^'JAN??ltY li, 18?7.
To our* Sraseituiscs.- Wo wou'd call tho atten?
tion of tlioso who aro indobtod to ns throughout
thc country, that tho old year is closing and their
accounts are not yet Mettled. The price of sub?
scription is not largo, and will not bc missed Crom
their plethoric pockets. Tho ilrst or January has
long been celebrated as a div sot apart for closing
old accounts, ;:nd wo would not liavo our friends
depart from this time-honored custom. Monoyis
thc motivo power of-evory enterprise, anduews
papers are no exception, and we respeel fully ask
our country subscr her? to cash up aud commence
the new year with a clear record.
WE HA VIS received, from Messrs. D. J. DAW?
SON & Co.. Meeting street, a copy, in pamphlet
form, of thc decision of tho Supremo Court on
military eommissions, in tho case of MILLIGAN
and otlierH. which hat? hccn"crcnting such general
comment. Messrs. DAWSON" & Co. havo copies of
tho decision for sale.
AT AN election held January 13,1SG7. in thc Ves?
try room of the new Catholic Chapel; Queen street,
the following named gentlemon woro duly clocted
as Vestrymon, to servo for ono year :
JOHN SlcKEEGAN. I 51. AV. ST. AMAND.
T1IOS. O'BItlEN. 1JERNAKD O'NEILL.
HENRY F. BAKER. M. 1?. O'CONNOR.
JOHN F. O'NEILL. I *THOS. C. RYAN.
*In placo of T. IS. 'Trout, who declined a re-election.
tin place of A. A. Allomong, deceased.
LUCKY AND UNLUCKY DAYS_A "hocfk of prece?
dents," published in London in ICU!, contains a
calendar, many of tho divs in which have thc lot?
ter B affixed, which signifies such days as tho Egyp?
tians noto to bo dangerous to begin or take any?
thing in hand-as to take a journey or any such
thing. Tho days thus marked ar.c :
Januarv 1. 2, 4. C. 10, 15, 1", 20.
February 7, 10. 17, 27, 28.
March 15. 16, 28.
April 7, 10, 1G, 20, ?1.
May 7, 15. 20.
June i. 10, 22.
July 15, 20.
August 1. 19, 20, 29, 30.
September 3, 4. G, 7, 21, 22.
October 4,16, 24,
November 5, G, 28, 29.
December G, 7, 9, 15, 17, 22.
MAYOR'S COUBT, January 12.-An individual who
had rushed into a crowd under a high pressure of
whiskey, and threatened to cut several throats,
was fined hut $5, because it was found that tho
only dangerous instrument ho had about him was
his tonguo, and thc announcement of tho penalty
took tho edge off of that. %
John Fraser, a man of dark complexion, who
went with au associate into the store of a person
that sells fine gools, and thcro intimated to his
friend that ho could buy an article cheaper at
another establishment, much to tho indignation
and destruction of tho thriving business of tho
shopkeeper, who instantly ordered him out, and
then went into tho street and flourished a pistol
and made deadly threats about small merchants,
?tc., was Unod $5, and had his pistol confiscated.
William Jefferson, a colored youth, who was
found at night lying about cotton, but supposing
it was no harm, as a great many people better off
than he do the same thing evory day, and make
money by it, was imprisoned one week.
Daniel Green, a darkey of taking' appearance,
who said that ho picked up in the streets a bag
containing"eight fowls anda turkey, but was'nt
believed, was taken care of for ono week, in tho
hope that thc owner of these gallinaceous birds
will pick up thc illustrious Green and bag him. -
COUBT OF GENEBAL SESSIONS.-Tho January
term of this Court wUl commonco ou Monday.
Judge T. N. DAWKESB, who so ably presided last
term, will bo again tho officiating Justice. Tho
long interim between thc sittings of tho Court has
been a holiday time for offonders, and tho criminal
docket is largor than it ha-j been for years. Civil
cases always remain in aboyacco until the others
are disposed of, and judging from the size of the ad?
verse docket they will hardly have a hearing at
Court week in a country town is alwaye looked
upon as a great event, and one which odds to tho
prosperity of the place by the custom brought
there. In the city it is generally regarded as a
necossary evil, and aa a decided nuisance by tho
poor jurymen, whose business suffers in their ab?
sence. Although confined to but a portion of the
day, yet it is vory irksome to listen to long disquisi?
tions and legal arguments lust are often worso than
G rei k to thc hearers; but in spite of these draw?
backs a Charleston jury liavo always discharged
their duty, and tho criminals will be sure of re?
ceiving just ico at their hands, very often tempered
Among thc class to be triod are several for mur?
der, burglary, ?fcc. The punishment in these cases
is death, and if convicted it should be imposed.
It is the fear of inflicting doath that often., deters a
jury from expressing au honest conviction, but
they forget that they are only offering a premium
fer crime. Let us enforce tho laws, and if a crime
demands a stringent puuishmout wo should not
shrink from inflicting it, for this temporizing will
result in no good.
FTBE.-About quarter-past 10 P. M. on Saturday,
the alarm of Uro was sounded, and tho flames were
seen breaking out of the soeond story windows of
the building known as tho old sugar refinery, in
The Palmetto Engine Houso being next door,
and several other engines in close proximity, they
were promptly on the ground, but owing to the -
combustible naturo of tho structure tho flames
swept fiercely through it. The numerouB windows
creating an immense draft, in a short time the
interior was a mass of flame, which it was impossi?
ble to extinguish. Tho outbuildings 'connected
with the mill wore soon burnt, arid after the rafters"
were destroyed the hugo walls fell with a crash,
carrying everything before thom. ?
At the time of tho fire thc building was used as
a store house, and contained several thousand
bushels of grain. Very little of this was saved, as
the heat was too intense to allow the men to work.
The Palmetto Engine House and the buildings on
the opposite side of Anson street were in great
danger, and only saved hy the persevering assidui?
ty of the firemen. During tho progress of the
fire a skylight was blown np by tho heat and fell
into the yard, striking Mr. THOS- O'KEEFE, Secre?
tary of the Palmetto Engine Company, on the
head, indenting his hat and inflicting a sovere
contusion. Mr. JKO. MAY, a member of the same
company was struck on the arm-and slightly in?
The building was formerly a sugar refinery, and
the walls and timber wore so saturated with mo?
lasses and oil that it was a perfect tinder-box, and
burned down in an hour's time. Wo loam that
the budding belongod to Mr. W. C.. D?KES, and
was insured for only $10,000.' The grain stored
therein was the property of Mr. IL H. HIKES.
The lower floor was occupied as a corn and meal
atore, and one wing was used as a plumljor's shop
by Mr. JOHN LONO. Tho latter gentleman suc?
ceeded in saving all of his stock. It was ex?
tremely fortunato that this fire occurred so early
in the evening, for the neighborhood is thickly
built, and if the llamos had spread they would have
caused gi'eat damage.
The stock in the building at the time of tho fife
consisted of about 10,000 bushels of corn, 150
bbls. of flour, besides a quantity of wheat, rye,
?tc.; this was largely covered by insurance in seve?
ral city agencies, and it is thought the amount
will bo equal to the whole loss.
Tho origin of the fire is unknown, aa the build?
ing was locked and the keys were kept by Mr.
TBS BIGHT OF WAY.-This has been a contested
question for some tim?, and though .it is now es?
tablished by regulations, they are not always fol?
lowed. "Drive to tho right" ia the golden rule bf
the Jehus, and if it waa conformed to. accidents
would become far more rare than at present; but
the impulsive drivers rush madly abood, not look?
ing to the right or left, or caring little who ia in
their way. The recant introduction of tho street
cars hits complicated this (jncstion considerably;
the catv are obliged to koep the centre of tho
street, and evidently have the right of way as far
aa track it concerned. -
Tn every street through which the. railroad
passes the spoco between the track and sidewalk
is amply STifficient to admit tho passage of any ve?
hicle, and when the cars are not ruining, the
whola street is at their disposal. Notwithstanding
this, there appears to bo an ill-concoalod dislike
among the draymen and other drivers to tho rail?
road as an innovation, and their movements whon
they hear the car bell are very deliberate, and thc
speed of the latter has to be checked to allow
them time to pass.. -
SO far, the rivals have moved together with
amity, but on Saturday an omnibus, wishing to
avoid the mud from the drain, endeavored to cross
tho track near the* Central Church, but it was m t
up to time, and a collision with tho car was the re?
sult. T? J driver of tho omnibus endeavored to
defend tii,.'position by sUtug.his right to tho
stroet, I a I ho was clearly in the wrong, and closet
tho argument as soon as ho was extricated.
At tho next meeting of tho City Council the
right? and privileges of tho street railway will
bo discussed and their charter clearly donned
This decision will bo tho governing rule for Johns
of every class, nni is thc ouly way to nip thc
proecnt ill-focling in tho bud, and restoro amicable
A NEW SENSATION.-A largo audience was col?
lected in Trinity Church last night, to attend thc
ministrations of a Quakeress.- Tho fact bad boen
yrotty generally promulgated from tho different
pulpits during tho morning, and long beforo thc
hour announced every seat was occupied, and
numbors woro standing in tho rear. A female
spcalior is a rara otis in this locality, and accord?
ingly proved a groat attraction.
About twenty years ago a Quakeress held forth
in tho samo ohurch ; and still later, discourses
wore delivered in tho old Quaker Chapel, in King
street, which was bumed in tho great Uro of 18C1.
On tho formor occasion, while tho preacher, ta
was waiting to bo moved by the spirit, a gentleman
from tho rural parts disconcerted her by starting
a hymn, as was tho custom of Methodism in those
days ; but he was completely taken down, and bis
song ceased, whon sho slowly arose and gravely
said : " The mighty God tho Lord hath spoken,
let all tho earth koop silence." And silence was
religiously kept until the fair (?) spcakor com?
menced her discourso.
The prosent oratress, Mrs. SYBIL JOSES, is a na?
tive of Maino. Tho party, consisting of herself,
I two Missos METCALF, of Rhorlo Island, and Dr.
MENDEN? ALL, from Greensboro', N. C., aro stopping
at the Charleston Hotel. Aside from, her peculiar
head-dress, there is nothing to denote hor sect,
and tho old "drab" theory is therefore exploded.
Mrs. JOKES woro a "mob cap" of ancient appear?
ance, and though its dimensions aro huge it is not
an ugly ornament. Her disecarse was not basod
on any test, but was a general appeal to her
hearers, in which she exhibited tho advantages oi
Christianity, and exhorted all unbelievers to ro
pent while it was yet time. She was listened tc
with marked attention, and hor voice being very
clear and distinct, was hoard throughout the
building. If her stay is lengthened she will prob?
ably give our citizens another opportunity to at?
tend her lectures.
HAMPSTEAD MALL.-Although Charleston has
"tho agc** on most of her sister cities, yet in one
respect they are far ahead of her. Few of them
aro devoid of breathing spaco whore tho citizens
can walk and enjoy the fresh air swootcned by thc
shady trees that are one of tho concomitants ol
those parks. "Whito Point Garden or tho Batter}
and the City Hall Park (the latter a miserable bur?
lesque) wore for a long time the ouly public walks
that we could boost ot Subsequently, when thc
pressuro became too Btrong for resistance, Hamp?
stead Moll and Aiken's Square woro created, bul
the benefit arising from them was enjoyed only bj
the persons living in that locality. Tho north?
eastern section of the city hos bcon thickly set?
tled, and these parks are no doubt appreciated bj
the neighboring residents, especially whon thej
wore in their prime. Aiken's Square and that ii
front or the Second Presbyterian Church aro bot!
quite small, and of not much use except os ai
ornament to the city. They do not either abridgi
tho distance or afford any short cuts, and aro, con
sequ?ntly, frequented by few persons. Hampsteat
Mall, on the contrary, has an aroa of eomo thro,
or four acres, and when fenced in and furnishec
with benches was quite a pleasant walk, and ad
mirably adapted for a lovors' retreat. The wa
and its blighting influences destroyed its serenity
and being used as a camping ground for thi
troops, and subsequently as a common pasture fo
cattle, tho grasa withered and was trampled inti
the ground, while the trees were denuded of tbei
bark, and at present the Moll is a bright cxampl
of tho results of war, neglect, and disuse, i It
location is very favorable, and the streets that sui
round it aro built up with fino houses, the owner
of which were no doubt prompted to improve thoi
property when they saw the city authorities de
8?rous of reclaiming the sandy waste that formel
ly occupied this site and transforming it into
Park. A great incentive to private improvemer
is the action of the authorities, and any steps thc
they take will be imitated and acted upon by pr
vate parties, and the result will be a city worthy <
a Chsr!e?toni?n*e pride.
At present the Mall is in a miserable conditio]
the fenco is destroyed, and the grounds open 1
the depredation of every ono. America and C<
lumbus streets cross it at right anglos, and it
now a mall only in name; few persons visit it, ar
what was once the oasis of that section, hos d'
generated into a desolate wasto, useless os ? pie
sure ground, and a burlesque on its name. As
community wo have lived so long without par]
that tho wont is not felt, and tho few wo do posse;
suffer from neglect. The grand project of esta
listing a central park, or a Tal?is Boyal, in ?
burnt district, has apparently been abandone
and little interest is now manifested in thc sn
ject. Thc Battery is in a dilapidated conditio
and although thc workmenr-aro busy re?noving tl
warlike obstructions, it will be long before it pr
Bents its former appearance.
It is true that the financial embarrossmci
consequent on the result of tho wax, was an erle
tual impediment to any improvement; but ai
effort made to develop and add to tho boauty
the city, is a strong incentive for emulation,' ai
will result in the growth, development, and c
hanced appearance of our battered and ruin
town. Hampstead Mall is tho largest public aqua
wo have, and should certainly be rescued from t
oblivion into which it is rapidly sinking. A. ne
and substantial fence would not require an ext?
sive outlay, and would protect the property in
decay. Charleston Neck has long been part of t
city, and improvements effoctei there'will re don
to the advantage of citizens generally, and
hailed with delight by the Hampa te adi tes, who v
thankfully appreciate the attention.
TEMPORARY REMOVAL,-Our readers will obser
by the advertisement of Messrs. J. R. READ & C
that thoy have removed; their Cloak Denartment
the rear of Mr. C. H. JOHNSON'S hat store, No. ?
King street, opposite Hasel, where they will w
on their friends and customers until the come
tion of their new cloak and shawl room.
MAESDEN'S- PECTORAL BALK cures Whoopi
DOWTE & MOISE. Agents.
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN & CO., Agents
Auction Sades Tills Davy.
J. A.W. KNOX will sell this day, at their salssroo
No. 188 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel, at
o'clock, the stock of a country store, and consignmer
general dry goods; also, an invoice of felt and straw li
HEBET COBLA A Ce. will sell this day, on Boyce & C
South Wharf, at ll o'clock, the remainder of tho care
British brig Ckubucioo. ?pf~?H"g of snacksreL s?i
herrings, lumber and laths. - - '
3. A. ENBXOW & Co. will sell this day, in front oft
store, No. 125 East Bay, at half-past 10 o'clock, bise
coffee, copperas, Ac.
Sleeting of Butchers and Bakers.
JRuolved, That the thanks of this body be tenden
Mrs. EMILY A. JENKINS, for Increasing the appe
of so many of our community with her COLLETON
TEES. MANY BUTCHERS AND BAKE!
Januaryll ~ to
To ft'T"", GBOCEBS AND FAMILIES.-DO you
Flour warranted to make good bread? Do you
Flour that will bring you custom? Do you wish 1
that wfll mate white bread and not sour? Then apt
J. N. ROBSON, No. 62 East Bay, who has always a
clock of boat brands Georgia, North Carolina, Bald
and New York Flour, in herr?is, naif and quarter
December 10 mwf2i
Tho best Dyspeptic Bitters now in use sre PAM
Hepatic Bitters. Thej^xtavsr 'fall to give relief. 1
bottle, and bo convinced. For sale by all Druggists
B REACT ?ST CAKES, GBTDDLE CAKES, MCEWINS, B
' kc, all made light and wholesome by using the Pit
YEAST POWDER. If you would .nae. Buckwheat wi
having headache and eruptions, use the Pioneer
Powder. Bakers wiR find thu Powder reliable tc
Rolls, Tea Biscuit, Ac. Sold by
GROBER & MARTE
January 12 32 . No. 233 King eb
AMD- ,'" .
OPTICS AND SALES ROOMS,
Sos. 13 and 15 State street and S?t.l I
CHARLESTON, & C.
April2 - ... - - , ?.art
rfTHE UNDERSIGNED ARB ASSOCIATED AS
1 KEES, and propose to practice in the
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY tor the Mst
Barnwell, Beaufort slid Coltoton, under the. na
style of "DAVANT." "_r
Office, for the present, at GnxraOWvTLLE,
Carolina. - E. J. DAV
November 28 fro C PAT
TO MY FRIENDS IN GENERAI.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
will lind it to their interest to coll at No. 30 BROAD
SI BEET, where (iiey will bo fitted botter and get cheaper
goods than at any other establishment in this city.
In connection with the abovo. Mr. J. T. KENNEDY
will be happy to wait on his old friends and customers, at |
No. 3G BROAD STREET.
tts- Call and seo thoso ?35 FBOCK COATS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF "
SUITS Or WHICH WELL BE MADE TO ORDER AT
November 27_MERCHANT TAILOR.
WHOLESALE AND RKTATT. DEALER Ht
CLOTHS, CASS?MEHES AND VESTINGS, I
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23_6mos_CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARKER & CTTTTiD,
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
CARH1RT, WHITFORD & ?0.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS |
AMERICAN. EXFRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 57, 59
and Ol, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
- W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
(FOBMEBLY WITH JOHN MOOD,)
MMfactuTing Jeweller.and Silyersiith,
r?FORMS HIS FRIENDS. AND THE PUBLIC THAT
he hos taken rooms In Beaufain street, near King,
to the rear of tho establishment of Messrs. William G.
Whildeu tc ' Co., where ho will attend to all orders for
Manufacturing or Repairing any description of Jewelry
or Silverware at the shortest notice.
Masonic Jewels in sets or singly furnished to order.
?*"v<*oember IO zn.??ju
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS MD NEW YEARS.
GREAT WATCH-BALE ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE
PLAf, GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND
RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICK OF TEN
DOLLARS, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, AND
' NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
100 SoHd Gold Hunting Watches.. . .1250 to $750
100 Magie Cased Gold Watches..200 to 500
100 Ladies' Watches. Enamelled.lou to SOO
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches.... 250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers.200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.150 to 300
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 250
500 Silver Hunting Levers.. 50 to 150
500 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 250
500 Gold Ladies' Watches. 60 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lcpir.cs. 50 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches..!. 50 to 100
2500 Hunting Silver Watches.. 25 to 50
5080 Assorted- Watches, all kinds. 10 to 75
BS- Every patron obtains a Watch . by this arrange?
ment, costing but $10, while it may bo worth $760. No
partiality ahown.fS? ...
MFRSRS. J. Hie KLIN G tc Co. -s G BEAT UOTOH WATCH CO.,
New York City, wish to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming articles, are
placed in sealed envelopes. Holders aro entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment of Ten
Dollars, whether it bc a Watch worth $750 or one worth
less. The return of any of our certificates entitles you to
the article named thereon, upon payment, Irrespective
of ita worth, and asno article valued less than $10 is
nani od on any certificate, it will at once be seen that this
is no Lottery, buta straight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which may be participated in even by the most
A. single Certificate wm toa sent by mail, post paid,
upon receipt of 25 cents, five for SI, eleven for $2, thirty
three and elegant premiara for $5, sixty-six and more
valuable premium lor $19, ono-hundred and most superb
Watch for SIS. To Agento or those wishing employment
thiB is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try titi
Address J. IUCKLISS & CO..
No. H? Broadway, M. V.
Decembcr18 . 1U>Q
MHERN lIWEEffi WM,
?. i BY . >
Prof. GEO F. HOLMES, LL. D.,
OP THE TJSJtfEBSTTY OP VIRGINIA.
SOUTHERN READERS. FART FIRST
Southern Readers, Part Second .
Southern Readers, Part Third . ..
Southern Readers, Fart Fourth
Southern Elementary Spelling Book
Venable's First Lessons in Numbers
., ? 'Richardson's Law, Vol. 13 1 j- _L
BichardsJU's Equity, VoL 12 f m.000 V0L
Simms' History of South Carolina
Holmes' Southern Farmer and Market Gardener
Carroll's History of the United States, new edition,
revised and enlarged.
amr TRADE SUPPLIED.
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. -155. :&ee1uig: street,
OPPOSITE. ?ME?f BOTEL; .
November 4 - su8' ' ' -\Q3?. " wfm2mos
"EULSM" SPRING WATER.
fTTHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
X be unequalled-by that of any other in the far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Its virtues are such aa have secured
it the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as it does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterativo and tonio qualities, i '--' ; *
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, -M- D- Professor
Practice" of Phyai?. Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, S. C. : <
PHrLADHLTirxA. November 15,18?5. .
I have boen for a year or more past in th? habit of
taking the water of th? "Excelsior". Spring Of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of ray mvalld.uf?
to use the different waters of tho several fountains which
boil up along that reraarktoSe valley, dependant, indeed,
upon thom lot ? much of the comfort I enjoy, I am, satis-'
Med that the Excelsior Water ls aa well adapted io any
other' nmong ? thom, if not more BO, to the purposes for
which' they are gonarally employe*. It ia very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with ibo -csrhcmio add, li vafe- tod
sparkling. I pan ocarBly and-qinsetentionaly
recommend it to all who Meit gentle cathartic and
diuretic. ' SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON) M. ?.
The-Water ls put up in Pint and Quart bottles, ?nd
packed in g*od order for" shipping. Pinta in boxes of
four doran ra rh. and Quatta in boxes or two dozen each.
AU ordere addressed to A. R. LAWRENCE A CO.; Sara-,
toga Springs, N. Y" or No. 47 Warren street. New York
City, will be promptly attended to. - Sold also by nrst
elaysDrugglate and Hotel?. ?'. -gmo- j January ia
-vj , TH? CEL8KRATKO- J "
COMBINES INSTRUCTION ? ?VIXH AMUSEMENT,
> and laste forevers Beat, simplest, cheapest and mot
rxrwerfnl-Microscope in tho. wurti --Magnifies 10,060
times, or equal to other MicroMcpee costin? $20. Mada
on an enfeelynew p'jm, reqotr?n?; no toss! tdjoitraant,
therefore it-can bo readily usod.by every one-even by'
chitaran A beautiful gift to old at young. . Adapted to
tba family circle as well aa sclsntino use. Shows the
adulterations la food, thousands .of animal? to a ?inRio
- drop of water, or eels in xinogar, globule?In mflx, blood
and other finida, i nianar Trtrucmra^lafcclawo >on a
fly*? foot; also the celebrated ??trifibios irpiralbv? or perk
worm, which la causing, so many deaths among pork
eaters; and to fact tho objecto which may be ewaninfxl in
thia wonderful Microscope aro without nttfififcr. All are
hrvitod to can and see; fte great magnlfyihgTpOwer. It
took tho finrt premium at tho Ohio 8tate Fair.. ? Liberal
( discount to Agents, Schools and Dealers. Prise 52-50.
Packed in ? neat box and t^n* ro-iiiia to (my address on
: receipt of ?2.75.. Money can be sent by- mali at our- risk.
Address GEORGE MEADE,
January 13 3 Drawer SO, Racine, Wiswaain,
DRY eOODS, ETC.
J. R. READ & GO.
I2"AYE TEMPORARILY REMOVED THU CLOAK
1 DEPARTMENT of their ESTAUSHMKNT to tho
REAR ROOM of C. H. JOHNSON'S H VT STORE, No. 369
KING, opposite HASEL STREET (READ'S OLD "LACE
STORE"), where,1 daring tho tow -weeks nocotsaxy to
completo their NEW CLOAK AND ' SHAWL ROOM, thoy
will be hsppy to sorve their friends and the public
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 26? KING, OPPOSITE HASEL 8TREET.
"IXTE ARE NOW SELLING CLOAKS OF ALI, DE
? T SCRIPTIONS at prices warrantod to give satisfac?
tion to purchasers.
We have stUl a tow remaining of those BLACK CLOTH
SACQUES at $8.60, $10 and $13 each, formerly sold at
$12, $14 and S18; which, together with our ENTIRE
STOCK OF LADIES' COVERINGS, will be offered dur?
ing the remainder of tho season at prices lesa than their
cost to manufacture.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 269 KING, OPPOSITE HASEL STREET.
January 14 >.
NO. Q48 King Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND MARKET KTS.,
RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION OF
THE PUBLIC to his varied Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCRD PRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
6000 YARDS BLACK AND WHITE POPLINS, at 18c
With alargo variety of other DRESS GOODS ranging on
the same price.
Our IRISH POPLINS and SILK GOODS aro worth the
attention of customers and thoao seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. The attention of tho
Ladles ia particularly requested to tho same.
Tho Linen Department IR woU supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, with a large assortment ot
TOWELLINGS, all Of tho most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices. "
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
Those seeking euch will find my 6-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.60 io be a very fino
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRINTS, at
12Kc- per yard, is offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING AND TICK?
INGS, propor?onnbly cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DE-~
20 PIECES 3-4 FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, at 30c.
per yard. With large lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERT CHEAP,
A very large lot BLANKETS, in Whito and Colored, is
sabred at from $4 per pair and upwards. Particular at?
tention ls paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In which wm be Sound the Latest Styles and Best
Fabrics In Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1600 FRENCH LACE COLLARS are offered at 16c.
.sch. Genuin? Ginny, Guipure and Brussels Laces, sq
1000 pieces English and French BONNET RIBBONS, tn
rations widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, Ostrich. Pea thors and
slower*, m gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPART?
In thia line win be found a well and orefuUy selected
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE for Ladies, Genta and
Children, Best of KID GLOVES for Ladies and Contie?
nen, just rcceivodat very low price?. Also, Berlin Cos
M????? ana U?efl xiiToad and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK/in all ita di
"ereut departments, I can assure those in want ot any?
thing in my line, that thoy will find large assortments in
rrery class of GOODS, and at such rates that will defy
A call is respectfully solicited.
NO. 2*8 KING STREET.
Between Hasel and Market streets.
December IT '
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
MCH MUSIC, JUST FROM THE PRESS.
"THE NEW CASKET,"
CONTAINING SPARKLING GEMS " GATHERED
from the Works or the great Masters.* Also, choice
selections from eminent American Composers, with a
arge amount of new,Music, adapted to the services of all
lenomlnauons--being the most complete collection of
Sacred Melodies ever published. .By
CEO. O. ROBINSON,
Charleston, S. C.
For sale at SEIGLTNG'S MUSIC STORE.
Price, single copies, $1 75. A liberal discount to the
rade._.~_3_--m January 12
G. F. VOLLER,
NO. 108 MAHKET ST.,
Books, Pcrkfiiicals and Stationery.
TUST REC tl VED
if A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc
A fine sod largo selection of NOVELS, by the most
celebrated anth?re. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
AU th? MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WREKLY PAPERS.
DATLIES constantly on hana, and subscriptions re?
solved for the carne. . * ' ' . ''
Orders from the country ate TEspectfuRy solicited.
?T*HM>i T.TPWB^;. :'? - - November 8
OF ANY SIZE. fJTTLE OR SIT L' RULED TO ODDER, |
. AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
wm, : ??TE ip - CAB mm,
. 1 OP ALLI QUALITIES AND BTYLE8.
CORSTAKTLY ON HAND, MTB PET013 TO !
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
?AEGAB, C?P AKD LAW
?k&z>& . ' ....
% ' j AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OW
EXBULU'SD AT SHORT HOTjCE. :
|;3^.:;;5?-. IBM?SS^I Starbt,
CHAHX.K?TO*7, 8. C. :"
October 23 . ?w?mo
FOR COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND OTI.ER
GRAIN CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGETABLE
COMPOSED OF FINELY G BOUND CARBONIZED
BONES, DISSOLVED IN SVT.PUCRI : ACID,
mixed with an eoual weight of Concentrated Ammoniac?
al Animal Matter, from Blood and Maat, all reduced lo
Uno dry powder, forming the moat concentrated, uolublo
and lasting Manure yet mado.
WARRANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION AND
OF UNIFORM QUALITY.
For salo by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
NO. 153 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, S. C.
Terms of Sale-SC5 per ton, cash. A limited amount
sold for half cash, balance payable November, 1807, with
approved Fax-tors' acceptance, boaring Bank rates of
interest at time of purchase
rriHE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
JL always boon beneficial-tho only difficulty bein" to
obtain a genuine article. Before offering BAUGH'S
PHOSPHATE ou the market the last season, I submitted
t for analysis to Professor Shepard, of tho South Caro?
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed lt, and his
opinion has now been verified by actual experiment by
our own Planters, whose testimony I have of tho su?
perior excellency of this Phosphate, especially in the cul- "
cure of Cotton, in msuring a good stand.
J. N. RORSON, Agent,
December IO sn mwl3mo No. 62 EAST RAY.
OF^ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; IRON AND
. -P'oughe, Wheelbarrow-., Trucks. Straw and
stalle Cutten, Corn Shellcrs, Fanning and Grain Mills
Cotton Giru*. Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills'
Plough CasuuR. Gin Goar and other Castings, Horse
Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bono Dust, Phos?
phate of Limo, Ac. JOHN MOORE,
December 10 2mo No. 103 Front-street, Now York.
KO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
DLOWS. HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
ET Com Mills, Corn Sheller?, Feed Cutters
Cotton, Gora and Garden Seed Planters
Grain Cradles, by thea and Suaths
Shovels, Spades. Forks and Hoes
Rice and Grain Fan Mills
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horse Powers-of all kinds "
Reaping Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators, and Cleaners.
AGENTS FOB THE
AGENTS FOB THE
iNPAREIL WASHING MACHINE.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
?0. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December *0 mwf3nio
T JE3I IE
IS TILE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
IN THE WORLD.
IT 13 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and the least liable to get out of order.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock, Knot,
Double Lock and Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
?Uko on both aides of tho fabric
The work will feed either to the right or left without
stopping the machine.
It will Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Cord, Hem, Fell, Bind.
Bather and Stitch on a Ruffle at the same time, and do aH
kinds of Stitching required by Families and Manufac?
It runs easily, and is almost noiseless. ~..
It Is tbs most rapid sewer in the world, rnat-t-n. nTa
stitches to each revolution.
It uses- the same size ?"-?Mu on both sides of the '
fabric. . '- . *
Ita tension is self-adjusting, and hence not liable to
break the thread.
MACHINES may be seen in operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY STORE, corner of King and Hasel streets,
where tho truth of the above wfll be demonstrated to all
who may caR. ;.-?..,,
In every District in the State, to whom liberal induce- |
menta will be offered.
For further information, call on, or address
C. W. DENNIS & CO.,
General Agents for South Carolina.
. December 20 Imo.
FURNITURE, ETC. j
To the Sufferers
.-' BY . J
THE LATE WAR
YOU ABE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED THAT
your Furniture lost daring the late war wttl be
replaced by MACKEY A BAKER for a very reasonable
consideraci?n. , We earnestly invite the public to pay us
a visit, learn our prices, and inspect our fine assortment
of .COTTAGE SETS, which cannot be excelled in quality
or price by any house in this city. Our Warerooms are
the finest in the Southern country, and we consider lt no
trouble to show our Goods, whether you buy or not.
MACKEY A BAKER,
. Adger BuUdlng;
January 7- . Corner King and Market streets.
GEO. J; MKELS, LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and , Chesnut Streets?
We have a ault of ~- ..
And Purniahed Complete aa
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can seo how a suit of Purnlturo win appear
In their house, and can from theao rooms make a bette:
selection than they can frau furniture promiscuously
r-licod in largo vfareroora?, 2mca November 28
Estate ?tole of Valuable J'roperli/ at Auction.
BY JOHN S KJtJOS.
TO-MORROW, thc lftth lust., at ll o'clock, will be sola, at
thc comer of JJroad ami East Bay streets,
That, commodious BRICK TENEMENT THREE
STOKY HOUSE, Nos. '23 aud 2."., eoutli side of Trodd
street, opposite tho old Carolina Coffee Houso. The
Tonomcnts coutain twelve rooms, six lu each, with a
capacious cistern and well of water on tho premises. The
Lot measures thirty feet on Trodd streut und ono hun?
dred feet In depth, moro or less.
Tho VACANT LOT in tho rear of the above, and front?
ing on Longitude Lane, measuring thirty feet front and
forty feet deep, more or leny.
Conditions-One-quarter cash; balance In ono and two
years, secured by bond aud mortgage; thc buildings to
be insurod, policy assigned, and Hie purchaser to pay for
-ipor?._mw? tal_ Juuuary ll
comfortable tiro star;/ Woollen JHoeUing in
America street, awltuoo Building Lou adjoining,
BY .IOH9I 8. R.IGUS.
TO-MORROW, the 13th instant, at rn?- . nice, corner
Broad and East Bay etrects. will Ko sold at ll o'clock.
That comfortable TWO STORY WOODEN DWELL?
ING, No. 17, west side of America street, containing
four good rooms, piazza, kitchen und stable, in fine or?
der. Tho lot ineasar. s 33 feet front on America struct,
and 100 feet in depth, moro or less.
The vacant LOT adjoining the above lo the soutk, mea?
suring 2D feet front by 73 feet deep, more or less.
Thc vacant LOT adjoining the above to thu south, aud
having tho some dimensions.
Conditions-One-half cash; balanco in ono year, se?
cured by bond aud mortgage ; interest payable semi-an?
nually; tho building to bc insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser t : pay lor papers. _January 14
Four hundrcdjliousand (400.000) Unburnt Bricks
HY JOHN S. UICGS.
Will bo sold TO-MORROW, tho 13th inst, Immediately
after tho salo of Real Estate.
400,000 UNBURNT BRICKS, on a luudiug on Wando
Conditions cash. January 14
A large and carefully selected Stock
WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under tho super?
vision of experienced Chemists, which enables us to re?
commend tuem as pure and rcliablo iu strength.
Wo keep on hand all articles to be found in a first-class
Drug Store. Fresh additions ara received by every
JO" PRES "T.JPTIONS carefully put up.
E. Ii. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
North of Market.
E. H. KELLERS, M. P.H. BAER, M. D.
December 3 _
SOUTHERN 1 RUG H0ESE.
DO WIE & MOISE,
(SUCCBSSOES TO KTXO A CAKETOKT),
JNTO. 151 Meeting street,
OPPOSITE C BA B LES TO 2!" HOTEL,
Charleston, S. C.
GEO. DOWTE, late of Sruosns, RUIT k Co.. and RUFF
4: Do wi E.
B. F. MOISE, late with Kmo k CASSTOET.
MS- The attention of Druggists, Merchants and Physi?
cians is respectfully called to thc above, and their Orders
solicited._su-mwflmo - January 7
ID RU O- Sj
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
ALL OF WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
CARE, AND WILL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
October 27 I Arura at ll cmos
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there aro who ara not subject to some affection
of the lung? or respiratory Organa, who, by neglecting
Sremonitorr symptoms, aggravate the complaint, until
isesse strikes its shafts, causing inexnresaible torture
of the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
a cola 1" "A slight ?ore throat 1 " ia the heedless remarlr
of many when so affected. Yes ; "Only a Jeld." waa the
thoughtless expression ot thousands whom Death has
?rnarked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed 1 should bo tho motto forever
in the minds af all subject to Coughs, Col Ja, catarrh or
Influenza. .Words of advice should be heeded ty ?j!
*>TiTig from Asthma, Bronchitis; Consumption. Rcn?tla
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
enan., -a Ufe of misery-a daily, nourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest tn which there can be but one vtctor
Does lt not appal the strongest mind, to think ? ? the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? ..'hat ex?
cuse can be offered, when timely warning ia i funded in
your ears? When the danger is pointed > it, whynot
avoid lt? MAESDKN'S PECTOHAT. BALK t ts been used
with success in nearly a million of case-i, nd ls endorsed
by the Medical Faculty as the most rcompt and effica?
cious remedy *?*st ?eiestifio r**ef*r-.?o bas slipcovered, to
relieve and cure all cases of Co rphs. Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if tho case is not beyond 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 the morlte of this prepa?
ration ore by no means exaggerated; in fncCnul far short
of the eulogies bestowed upon-lt by thousands who have
been cured by its : i mely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers are instructed in every instance
to refund tbs money when thia preparation folia to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 487 Broadway, New
? Price, Meente small bottle; t? large size.
KTNG tl CA8SHDEY, -
Wholesale Agents, Charleston,
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN k CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Batetl Druggists. 8mo December t
CT YORK STEAM ENGINE'CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ?
ENGINE LATHES, FLAKERS,
EUPBOYED CAB WHEEL BOXES,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 gmo
WllilM fl. GILL?L4ND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
. OFFICE KO, 98 KAYNE STEKKT.
Stock nf a Country More awl Consignment of g'-nom
eral Jira Confis.
nv jr. & w. KNOX.
At their salesrooms. No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Ps.
villon Hotel, ??tl bo sold, TH.I? PAY, at 10 o'clock.
A VAHIETY OK DItT GOODS.
BLANKETS, Satinet*. Tweeds, Linseys, r:annnto.
Press Goods. Hoop SklrtH, Mantillas, Knitted >Yooilcn,
Goods, Hosiery*. Fancy Goods, tte.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ooiidltions cash. january lt
Straw and fell Hals.
BY J. Si W. K.VOX.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock A. M.. at their salcarooiss.
No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion HotcL wul ba
Au invoico of LADIES' AND MISSES'TRIMMED AND
UNTRIMMED STRAW AND FELT ROUND HATS, mt
the newest and most fashionable styles.
Conditions cash._January 14
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY A- Co.,
No. s:w King-street, of a general assortment of DRY
UOOlis. clothing, Paney Goods, Jewelry, Boots ar*!1
Kl""'s. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. January V
ISiseuils. Coffee arul foireras, for accowd of ai
whom lt. mau concern,
mr j. A. K-fsLuw Si co.
THIS MORN INO, nth InBt.. st half-past 10 o'clock, wtR
bc sold lu front of our stan-. No. 136 East Bay.
- Blt LS. EXTON'S TRENTON CRACKERS (slightly
- bags Coffee (slightly damaged).
- boxes Copperas.
Boxes Alum. January 1*
Mackerel, Salmon. Herrings. Lumber and LaL'.t.
BY HEX KY COI! IA ? CO.
THIS DAY, lltii iiiMtant. at ll o'clock, on Beyco A Co.'a
South Wharf, will be sold,
THE REMAINDER OF THE CARGO OF BRITISH BETO
"CHEBUCTOO." consigned to Messrs. Budd A Biak?,
coxstsrrNO or :
Half barrels and kits EXTRA No. 1 MACKEREL
Kits large No. 2 Mackerel
Barrets and half barrels largo No. 3 Mackerel
Half barrels and kit? Nos. 1 and 2 Salmon
SD.OOO feet PIUME WHITE PINE BOARDS ANO
00.000 Laths, i fuel long.
Conditions cash. January 14
Stock, of (groceries-and Liquors. Wagon. <?c.
BY HEM HY COIfl A Si CO.
On WEDNESDAY, Kith instant, at 10 o'clock, at tb?
Northeast coraar af King and Hudson stroots, will ba
A well selected stock of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Ac
together with the FIXTURE"".
Havana Sugar, on account of wliom it may con?
cern, by order of Ute Spanish Consul.
BY J. A. ExsLO'w & CO.
TO-MORKOW, lr.Ui instant, at ll o'clock, will bo sold bj
Auction, at thc now Custom House stores,
650 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR, of various grades.
The said Sugars comprise a part of the cargo of thv
Spanish brig "Joven Jose," Fradua, master, which pr.?
into this port ta distress, whilst on her Intended voyag*
fro o Havana to Antwerp, and sold for account of whou,
it may conc ern, by order of thc Spanish Consul.
January lt_fmwS tul
Choice-Plants and Evergreens, from celebrated.'
Nursery of Mace & Whitman. Astoria, L. I.
BY JOHN G. MI LSOK ?i CO.
TO-MORROW, loth instant, at half-past 10 o'clock, will
bo sold at our Auction Sales Room, No. 133 Moetin.'
A large collection of choice PLANTS AND EVER.
GREENS, from til o celebrated nurseries of Maco A Whit,
man. Astoria, L. I., N. Y..
CONSUSTTNO OP :
New and very Uno CARNATIONS, Arabias, Camelia Ja.
ponicas. Roses, Euouymoua, Ac.
Mr. G. Mace is too well known in our community to
need any recommendation.
Thc plants will all bo found true ta their names and act
Conditions cash._ January ll
Estate Sale of Michael ".. auire-By order of Cha
WiU bc Bold at ll o'clock A.M., on TUESDAY, tho 22<I
inst., in front of tho Exchange, in Broad street,
BY WARBLA W ot CAREW.
AU that LOT OF LAND on tho northeast corner cf
Spring and Coming streets, measuring on Spring street
45 lect; on Coming Btrcot HO foot, and on north lino BO
foot, together with tile buildings thereon, consisting of a
House and Store on tho corner, and a doublo tenement]
Building north of tho Store on Coming street.
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance one and two years'
credit In separate bonds and mortgages. Purchasers to
pay for papers_December 7 M 10 21 22
Valuable Plantation near Mufflon and House in,
BY JACOB -uUUEN Si CO.
On TUESDAY, 22d January, at ll o'clock, at the north of
the Exchange, will bc sold,
A comfortable two-story DWELLING and OUTBUILD*
LNGS, on a ono (1) acre lot, in tho town of Bluffton.
All that TRACT OF LAND kuowu as Rose Dew Planta?
tion, situated on May River, four (4) miles from Bl linton.
containing ono thousand (1000) acres ol" high land (abouti
threo hundred ol' which aro cleared) and seventy (70J
acres of marsh. This plane lias boen under cultivation
thia year, and tho lands are of tho best quality for Sea.
Island cotton and provisions. Ou tho place is a bara,
gin house and negro houses. Also, belonging to tho
above and a short distance from it, a tract of one hun?
dred acres of Pine land.
A TRACT OF LAND, within three (3) milos of Blum on,
containing seven hundred and sixty-two-arid a-half (7d2"ir
acres, all of which is heavily wooded with Oak, Hickory
and Pine; and, being immediately contiguous to May
River, could bo made profitable b y the salo of wood.
Tiles? lauds, when cleared, are of the rjcstquaUty'for Sea.
Island cotton. Adjoining, and belonging to this place, ia
a fifteen (16) acre lot, on a high bluff, on May River-tor
a settlement aud summer residence being perfcorly
healthy at all seasons.
Terms: For the House and Lot in Bluffton "cash;" for
Rose Dew Plantation one-third (H) cash, balance in ona
two and three years; for the other Tract one-half (J?)
cash, balance iu ono year. Credit portion of above to bo
secured by mortgago of the property.
PurchaH?m? to Day us for papers.
January 4 ftnw? 6
UNDER DECREE IN EQ.TJITY.
Stall. Administrator, vs. Broitming, et al.
On TUESDAY, the 22d InBtant, at ll o'clock A.M., will
bc sold, under tho direction of the undersigned, in
front of tho Old Custom House,
AU that large and eligibly located THREE STORY
BRICK STORE, sit?alo en the west side of King street.
No. 275, bounding north on Stoney A Wiltberger's lot,
south on lot of T. B. Taylor, east on King street, and
west ou lot of A. C. Cunningham, measuring in front on
King street 32 feet 2 inches, and 30 feet 6 inches, on the
back Uno, ou the north Uno 136 feet 6 inches, on the south
131 feet 4 inches.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two-story Wooden
Dwelling and outbuildings thereon, situate on the south
side of Bull street, and known as No.. 17, measuring in
front 70 fest, and in depth 144 feet, more or leos; bound?
ing North on Bull street, east on lot of -F. Schaffer, west
on lot ol'-Hopton, and south on lot of John Irancia,
All that LOT west of the above, known as No. 19, mea?
suring in front 20 feet and in depth 140 fest, moro br leset
bountied north by Bull street, south by lot of John Fran.
els, east by land estate of A. Browning, and weston lot
of James Lee.
AU that PLANTATION situate in the Parish of St,
James' Goose Creek, on the southwest slue of South Ca?
rolina Railroad. 12 miles from C barloe ton, measuring 151
acres, more or lesa; bounding north on land of A. R. Dan?
ner, east and southwest by land of J. F arley and Thomas
Hyatt, now Momepoy, and west on lands of Thomas
Leadbetter and J. B. Rhame. *
Tho PLANTATION known as Golding Tract, contain?
ing 496 aces, situate in tho Parish of B*. &e2~r?, OcUa
ton District, about S miles from Summerville.
The PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND adjoining
tho above, known as Givoham'a Tract, containing 913
acres, the two together bounded on the north and west
by the road to Bacon's Bridge, south by lands Of John
CoUinB and Mrs. Rylo, and east by land of OoL Joseph
Those SIX LOTS in the village sf Accabeo, known by
the numbera 7. 8,10,. ll, 20 and 21, each mearuring 100
feet front by 200 leet deep.
Three WATER LOTS in Limehouse street, known by
the numbers 16, 21 and 43 In a plat of the Limehouse.
"Estate; the first two measuring 37 feet front and 105 feet
deep, and the last measuring 68 feet front and 106 <eet
deep. . .
Two HIGH LOTS at end of Limehouse street, known
on said '..lat as numbers 25 and 36, measuring'37 feet
front and 105 feet deep. ,
Terms-One-third cash ; the balance oh a credit of one,
two and three years, secured by bonds of the purchasers,
with Interest, payable semi-anndaUy, and mortgages of
the property. The buildings to be insured and Kept in?
sured until tho bonds are paid, and the policies to be as?
signed to the Master. Purchasers to pay for papers.
JAMES W. GRAY,
January 3 thm.6 tul Mastex In Equity.
At Prxtaie Sale or lo Lease for a Term of Tears,
a most vai,iabte Bice and Sea Island Cotton
Plantation on Pon Pon River.
BY CLIFFOnu fe MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, Bio. SA Brand street.
Containing 1200 acres-600 acres to-^rod and under
bank, 300 acres high land-aU in good oro.?, ana new
ready for planting. Buildings to accommodate oaV, tran
j dred hands or mors. With the place, wul be sold ma?.,
stock ana nats, Ac.
For terms, Ac apply as above.
January 14 mwlB
Valuable Sea Island Colton and Bice Plantation,
on Hie Ashepoo Riser. ?
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
- Rial Estarte Agent?, Ko. 36 Broad Street.
At Private Sale-_.-_.__"
SEA ISLAND COTTON AND RICE PLANTATION, on
the. Ashepoo River, near tho Charleston and : Savannah
Railroad, containing 1300 acres orland-100 acres of high
? land cleared, 650 acres ot rice, land under bank, with
good landings, and a healthy summer residence. On
the place is a dwelling and cntbildines, stable, barn,
overseer', house, and g?Jd negro quai-ters. Large crops
bave been made ou these lands, which.are of .the best
quality, and situated at a fine pitch of tide for flowing
and draining._mwf6 _January 14
Valuable Sea Island Cotton Plantation, wea stocked
wWiin 2 miles of the City. ?
BY" CLIFFORD Si MATH*.WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. SO Broad street.
At Private Sale
A VALUABLE SEA IRLAND COTTON PLANTATION,
in complete order, on Wappoo Creek and Steno River, in
! St. Andrews Parish, containing about 500 sores, 400 of
which are cleared and in complete order for planting.
The place is weU settled, with dwelling and outbuildings,
large barns, stables, and sheds for stock, cotton house
and gina in order, good negro quarters and fences, steam
engine of 30-horse power, and grist mtU, with 100 cords
of wood in the yard. An orchard of 1000 choice bearing
5 MULES. 1 Horse, 19 bead of Cattle. 20 hotdof Hogs,
100B bushels of Corn, and Forage to feed 30 horses for
^The^above Plantation is within 2 miles of the etty,
acoeesiblo by land or water, and the land ta of the beat
u QuaUty, and under a high stat? of cultivation. ? __
January 14 '_ "" mwl3
BAsidehce in Coming street.
BY LOUIS B, Dc S AC 8 SURE.
AVHRDES^RABLE BRICK RESIDENCE, sit?ate on the
cast" sido of Coming street, and known' by the No. 28.
containing six upright, rooms, dressing -rooms, pantry,
private stair and piazzas. On tba premises aro Brick
Kitchen. Carriage House, Ac. The Lot mf^aaures 55 feat
front by 150 feet deep. Apply, as above, at -
January ll fmw6 . NO. 33 BROAD STREET.
SO- ?7 Bro a. i street, souin s?Ae, *tar S tara
" . - ??' street. " - ?.?'
Bales of rURNiTURE, Ac-, at prtvato reata"enc?? t?
FT^RNTTURE, ?tc, at half-past 10 O'itocfc alt ?ar office,