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TUESDAY MGBNING, JANU?KY 15, i??v.
To OUR SUBSCRIBERS-Wo would call the atten?
tion of those who are indebted to us throughout
the country, that tho old year ia closing and their
accounts are not yet Battled. Tho price of sub?
scription is not largo, and will not bo missed from
their plo thone pockets. Thc first of January has
long bcou celebrated os a day set apart for cloBinjj
old accounts, and wo would not have our friends
depart from this time-honored custom. Money is
tho motivo pnwer of cvory enterprise, and news?
papers aro no exception, and we respectfully ask
our country subscr.bers to cash up and commonce
tho new year with a clear record.
THE OnrnANs' FEAST.-Tho little entertainment
to lo given by tho children of St. Paul's Catholic
Church to lire orphans in caro of the Sisters of
Mercy, will tako place to-morrow (Wednesday)
afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at thc Hibernian Hall. The
frienils and benefactors of the orphans aro invited
WE HAVE rocoived from .Messrs. BAOUL & LINAH,
City Apothecaries, King street, a bottle of CARET'S
Wino Bitters, for which wo roturn our most grate?
ful thanks, and of which, if wo may bo allowed to
give our opinion, wa must spook in most compli?
THE ARGOSY.-The first number of tho third
volume, January, 18G7, has been Bent us by the
agent, Mr. JOHN BUSSELL, and is rather abovo the
average. "The History of Robert Falconer," the
commencement of a war serial, is very readable;
a Scotch S'ory, promising to bo interesting. Thc
other articles, as usual, arc good.
SOUTHERN BOYS AND GIRLS' MONTHLY.-Wc
havo rocoived tho first number of this attractive
specimen of juvenile literature, and hope it may
r. coito oil the patrouage it merits. It is published
al Eiclmiond, Va. Kev. E. THOMPSON BAIRD and
Professor "Ws. LOOAN BAIRD, editors. Published
by WHITE & HOWARD, No. 1011 Main stroot.
THE GALAXY for. January 15, 1867, contains :
Tristan; A Story in Three Parts. Part IL By Ed?
ward Spencer. (With an illustration by Magrath);
Nix. Uv Mary Ellen Atkinson; Savonarola. By
Anna Cora Bitchie; Traditions of the Blackfeet.
By John Mason Brown; The Claverings. Bj An?
thony Trollope. (With an Illustration); "Arms at
tho Beautiful Gate." By H. H.; Imperial France;
Past, Present and Future. By George M. Towlo;
The London Clubs. By W. Winwood Beade;
Shapes of a Soul. By Sarah M. B. Piatt; The
Poor Capitalists. By Marie Howland; Advertising.
By George Wakeman; The House Opposite. By
Maria L. Pool; Nebulas. By the Editor.
AT ameeting of thc Commissioners of the Market
last evening, the following officers were elected :
WILLIAM KIRKWOOD, Chief Clerk.
WILLIAM WITHERS, Assistant Clerk of Centre Mar?
WILLIAM J. WILEY, Assistant Clerk of Upper Market
J. F. SCHTRMER, Clerk of Weights and Measures.
C. J. BECKMAN, Public Weigher at Market street
R H. BRODIE, Public Weigher at Calhoun street
Av AN election hold yesterday for fifteen Directo r
for tho Insurance and Trust Company, to serve
the onsuing year, the following gentlemen were
L JOHN H. HONOUR. 8. CHARLES KERRISON.
3. WM. C. DUKES. 9. OTIS J. CHAFER.
3. JAMES WELSMAN. 10. AUG. O. ANDREWS.
4. CHARLES M. FURMAN. ll. WM. H. HOUSTON.
5. JAMES BANCROFT. 12. RICHARD YEADON.
6. JOSEPH PREVOST. 13. GEO* E. GIBBON.
7. JOHN W. CALDWELL. 14. JAMES K. ROBINSON.
15. THEODORE D. WAGNER.
CALHOUN INSURANCE COMPANY.-At tho annual
meeting of this Company, held yeatorday, the fol?
lowing gentlemen were unanimously elected offi?
cers for the ensuing year :
S. Y. TUPPER.
CHARLES MACBETH, JOHN S. RIGGS,
WM. L. TRENHOLM, WM. KIRKWOOD,
F. J. PORCHER, H. H. DxLEON.
A. R TAFT, HENRY t>ISCHOFF.
SECRETARY AND TttKASTTREB.
.E. W. MACBETH.
WHALKY, MITCHELL and CLANCY.
"Vico C. D.- BAIIBOT, declined a re-election.
Subsequent to tho above elections, the Board of
Directors passed tho following resolution :
"That in tho withdrawal ol Mr. C. D. BARBOT, as
Secretary ".rtd Treasurer of the Company, the
thanks of tho Board are due to him, and hereby
tendered, for his valuable and efficient services as
an officer of thc Company, from its earliest organi?
zation to tho present time."
PALMETTO BASE BALL CLUB.-Messrs. Editors:
A few days ago I sent to a friend in New York ono
of your papers containing the challenge of tho
Palmetto Base Ball Club of this city, and judging
from wl.at my friend writes, your Palmetto boys
had better bo up and doing.
EXTRACT FROM THE LETTER.
I cut thc article out of "Tho News7' and passed
it around, and it was everywhere received with
delight, and I have no doubt that- tho Palmetto
Club will receive a pressing invitation to come on
this summer, or in thc evenl of their being unable
to do ao, some of our first-class clubs would be
glad to receive an invitation to go on.
Cotral or GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEAS
-Judge T. N. DAWKINS, presiding.-The Court as?
sembled at 10 A. M. yesterday, and a sufficient
number of jurymen r.ot answering to their names,
the Clerk was ordered to have a new venire drawn
for talesmen, and the Court adjourned until 10 A.
M. to-day, when the juries will beloTmed and the
DisiBiCT COURT.-This Court was convened at
the City Hall yesterday morning at 10 o'clock,
Judge LOGAN presiding. The appointments of W.
B. DINGLE, Esq., as Deputy Sheriff, and of JACOB
Wn.LiHA.Nj Esq., as Clerk of Court, were an?
The jurors were called, and a sufficient number
not answering to their names, a venire for tales
jurors TOS ordered to bo issued, and'the Court ad?
journed to meet at 10 o'clock this morning. Jurors,
vritnesses, and others who may have business'with
this Court, are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, as the docket will be very heavy (com?
prising over one hundred criminal cases), audit
will expedite matters greatly. The Court will bo
held at tho City Hall every morning at 10 o'clock.
MAYOB'S COURT-January 14.-Two colored butch?
ers, who had been arrested under a charge of |
selling unsound meat, were turned over to the
Commissioners of the Market, to have the matter
Jacob Green, an Ethiopian fowl thief, who had
stolen poultry from Thomas Jefferson, a colored
man (and therefore not the immortal), and dis?
posed of them at prices and with a quickness that
would be creditable to any merchant, was sent to
a Grand Jury to explain the affair.
Ben. Ferry, a very ugly darkey, who went into a ?
dry goods store in King street and pct & piece
calico under his jacket, by way of sample, and I
then assumed a pugilistic attitude before he
would give it up, was turned over to a Magistrate,
who will prepare him for admission to the District |
A sailor, who was drunk and had been sent by !
one of the Board of Fire Masters to the Guard'
House for interfering at the fire on Saturday night,
Thomas Edwards, a colored man, who accident?
ally knocked over a bottle of whiskey, and bad the
contents thrown down his throat, and then went to
sleep in tho street, under the Impression that he
had become fatigued from over-exertion at the fire,
was fined $5 for being cared for.
Frank Harrison, of North Carolina, an ex men?
er of tho S5th Regiment TJ. S. C. T., who had
en indulging in liquified corn, as well as in a
brickbat fight with a colored soldier, was sent to
the Provoat Marshal, aa he said he had just been
discharged as a prisoner from Castle Pinclmey,
?nd had to report every day at the Citadel.
HAYNS STREET.-While, the elegant stores and
.buildings in this thoroughly mercantile street
command the admiration.of all who pass through
it, cither on business or otherwise, there is one es?
tablishment in it, recently finished, that is certain?
ly the neatest, and, while it is abundantly roomy,
the coziest looking place to our eye in this portion
of the city, and one which, it seems to UH, is just
calculated to give its occupants what is called a
"nice business." Striking our fancy, as it does,
we dropped into it, a day or two ago, and looked
over 't?o excellent work and the fine material
which hod been bestowed upon this building, and,
upon inquiry, found that it had been erected under
the careful supervision and attentive care bf
Messrs. JAMES P. EARLE and ALBERT ELFJE, two of
our old citizens, always regarded as among the
most worthy of our master mechanics. Ti these
were no other specimens of the skill and workman?
ship of these" two gentlemen to bo found in the
town, the elegance of the store, known as -No. 27
Hayne street, should stamp their efforts as archi?
tects and builders as of the highest order; bot
- there are so many other evidences exhibited about
our city of (heir ?amp?ete mechanical knowledge,
and their r?putation as artisans io so well estab?
lished, that wo only mention this excellent piece of
work as a little addition to the high credit which
t .^already POSMHHS in the wirimunity.
THE Connia.-Although Chorlos ton has always
boon known as a law-abiding city, yet it is about
tho first time in its annals that it has enjoyed the
privilogo of attending tho sessions of thrp?; gifler?
ont courts at tho samo time. The fact that these
Courts uro well attended, and havo a number of
cases for trial beforo them, would argue that the
City by tho Sea had degenerated and her morality
was but a myth; but this is far from being tho
case. A better regulated, moro quiet and orderly
city it would bo difficult to Und, and it is only a
singular coincidence that the sessions of theso
courts havo occurred at the Hamo timo. The
District Court, Judge LOOA?-, was convened yes?
terday in tho regular term, as was also the coso
with tho Court of General Sessions and Common
Ploas. Judge T. N. DAWKINS, while the United
States Court has been in erasion for somo time,
and is engaged in tho trial of cases that como un?
der its exclusive iurisdi<>tiori. Tho legal frater?
nity of Charleston have now a fine opportunity to
display their forensic talents, as both the criminal
and civil dockets aro unusually hoavy. The prac?
tice of the first is gonorally confined to the young?
er members of tho bar, and as a number roceivod
their diplomas at the recent examination in Co?
lumbia, they will, no doubt, tako advantage of this
occasion to display their legal lore.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.-Court met
at ll A. M. yesterday, Hon. GEO. S. BUYAN pre?
siding. The Grand Jury having answered to their
names, tho following bills wcro handed them by
tho District Attorney :
United States vs. Michael lillis-embezzling
United States vs. J. F. Carter-embezzling Gov?
United States vs. Seth Smith Land-embezzling
? United States vs. ' Jas. M. Ward-embezzling
ATter an absence of about two hours they re?
turned, and presented (ruo bills in tho two first
cases, bat found no bill in the others.
A Petit Jury having boen organized, tho case
of tho United States vs. C750 segars and 7 bunches
of bananas, was presented, and they returned,
through their Foreman, Mr. B. M. IXE, a verdict
for the United St atop.
Twelvo M. being tho hour appointed for tho
i trial of thc iiboi against thc schooner Grapeshot,
her apparel, tackle and furniture, for forfeiture for
landing goods over $400 in value after dark, it
was taken up. HENEY BOTST, Esq., and W. E.
MTKTT.T,, Esq., appeared as proctors for the re?
spondents, and tho District Attorney, JOHN PHTX>
LTPS, Esq., for the United States.
The District Attorney road the libel charge
against the schooner Grapeshot, and W. E. Mi
KELL, Esq., read the answer of tho respondents.
Abram Vincent (colored) testified that he was
cook on tho last trip of .the Grapeshot Thoy ar?
rived in Charleston on the 23d, and while at an?
chor, opposite Atlantic Wharf, went ashore with
Jno. Johnson, a seaman, and assisted him in carry?
ing some articles to his house. He did not know
what he was carrying, as the goods were in a bas?
ket and a box, but after he got to tho house he
saw the segara. They returned to the Grapeshot
the same night, b vt found no one up, as the crew
were fatigued and no watch was kept. The crew
consisted of four seamen, and there was no mate,
the captain filling that position himself. Ho was
arrested the day after Christmas, and hos not seen
Jno. Johnson since. He saw no segara or fruit
in the forecastle among the sailors while on board.
Witness acknowledged the articles of the vesssel,
and testified to his signature.
Jos. Johnson deposed that he is a seaman and a
sailmaker, and hos known Jno. Johnson for six?
teen or seventeen years: that thoy havo lived to?
gether, and John was as a son to him. Jno. John?
son had been employed on tho Grapeshot for eight
months. The Grapeshot arrived about 8 to 0 P. M.
on thc 24th; was aware of this, because he was on
tho wharf looking for her, having been employed
by a Mr. Camps for thia purpose. Ko arrange?
ment was made about the pay, but he expected to
receive $3 per night. He was expected to receive
anything that might be given him, and to carry
articles to wherever ordered. He had watched eight
nights on Commercial Wharf, but the arrangement
made was not adhered to, os no lights were shown
and the boat went to Southern Wharf. A red light
was to bo shown in crossing tho bar, which was to
be a signal to board her; but no light was exhibit?
ed on the night of arrival. He did not know that
the goods were to be sent to his house, and was
surprised when arrested. He saw Jno. Johnson
the morning after arrival, but not since
Mary Johnsen testified teat sho was the wife ol
last witness, and had known John Johnson for the
last 17 years; that he hod brought some segars
and fruit to the bouse on the night of the 24th,
and she had pnt the segars away in a trunk; when
thc officers came, they asked her no questions, and
she made no statement. She saw John Johnson
the next morning, but not since; hears that he if
in New Orleans or Florida.
Jos. Camps deposed that he is a seaman, ant
has acted os a full branch pilot under the Uniter
States Government. Ho had made an agreement
with tho Captain of tho Grapeshot to wait anc
watch for his vessel. He did not know what hi
was to get. The contract was to watch from thc
15th of December until tho vessel arrived. Mr
Jos. Johnson was employed by him on his o wi
responsibility, to assist in watching. He did no:
see the vessel when she arrived, as he was home
Ho went on board the next morning, and th?
segars were not seized until i o'clock that after
On cross-examination, he stated that *?, ? ai
thirty-one years old, and hod lived hero "for seven
teen years. Has never been employed in the Cos
tom House, and has never received any moue
from tho Collector or anybody else, except th
Captain of the Grapeshot. The agreement t
watch for tho arrival of the vessel was made o
Vanderhorst's Wharf, at tho time when the Grap*
shot left for Baracoa. The conversation wa
strictly private, and was mentioned by him to n
one but Johnson, and then only when ho employs
The caso having extanded beyond tho hoar ar.
pointod for adjournment, it was postponed for
further hearing to-day.
HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL BAZAAR ASSOCIATION.
We take pleasure in presenting the following (di
enhur to oar readers, and hope that all will read i
and. liberally respond to. the call. Hollywoc
Cemetery in Bichmond most ever claim a wan
place in tho affections of every Southern hear
for here he entombed 15,000 of the bravest of tl
brave. By the side of Presidents MONROE ar
TYLER and Bishop MEADE here sleep -the enti:
rank and file of two large corps & arm?es. A i
resting place for heroos is Hollywood. No cern
tery in America equals it in paint of natural situ
tion. The falls of the Jamed sing a perpetual r
quiem to tho dear departed. All now asked, of i
is to contribute our quota to mark their res tit
Tho ladies of the Hollywood Memorial Associ
tion pro nose holding a Bazaar in Bichmond, Vt
in February next, for the purpose of raising funt
to enable thom to carry out their plans in care
the Confederate dead. It is their wish that eat
of the late Confederate States, with Marylou
should be represented in this Bazaar, as the A
sociation is interested equally in all the deceasi
soldiers of the Sooth, from whatever State thi
may have come, who are buried at Hollywood.
An Agent or Agents will be appointed in eat
State, who will notify the public of that State c
their readiness to receive contributions of raone
or of articles that may be disposed of at the B
lt is hoped that in this undertaking, which a
peals so touchingly to the ladies of the South, ai
those who sympathize with them, there will 1
rnanifested a becoming enthusiasm, and that tl
Bazaar will illustrate now nobly theso States ct
emulate each other in love and good works on tl
occasion of so much interest to alL
The foLowing named laches have been appoint
officers and an Executive Committee.
All money abd articles of value from Virgie
should be . transmitted to them; contribuuo
from other States should be reported to the S tx
Agents for their direction.
An efficient committee of gentlemen will act
concert with the ladies in the careful xnanagemc
of the tonds.
President-Mrs. Lewis N. Webb.
Vice-Presidents-Mrs. L. D. Crenshaw, M
James Lyons, Mrs. Dr. Haxall, Mrs. Bobert On
Secretary-Mrs. Wm. Brown.
Treasurer-Mrs. C. G?nnet.
Executive Committee-Mrs. Dr. C. G. Barn
Mrs. Jefferson Archer, Mrs. Lucy Walker, ll
Wm. Bell, Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mrs. E. F. Bemm
Miss B. Myers, Miss Isabella Webb. Mrs. Wellt
ton Goddin, Mrs. Thomas H. Ellis, Mrs. T.
Doswell, Mrs. Dr. Higginbotham; Mrs. Alf
Harris, Mrs. Benjamin Smith, Mi s. B. A. Ms
i Miss Mary Sherrard, Miss Lizzie Nicholas, s
1 Nannie Bruce, Mrs. T. Brockenbrongh, Ii
Charles McGrnder, Mrs. J. B. McMurdo, J
[ John Purcell, Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, Mrs. J. -8. W
ford, Mrs. Thomas H. Wynne, Miss Joanie Bite
Miss A. E. PelletL
'. CHARLESTON, January 8,186
The undersigned, having been appointed Af
to solicit contributions in the State of South C
lina, takes this method of appealing to those
feel disposed to contribute their mite, how.
small, towards this laudable enterprise.
Any articles or money will be thankfully rece
at the office of Bev. W. B. TATES, NOV 16 Ma
street; Mesara. MACKEY & BAKER'S Furniture Vi
Booms, ADGEH'S Buildings, corner of Harket
King streets; ROBERT PENN AL'S, corner of 1
and Calhoun streets, and at my residence, N
Mary street. MISS HANNAH P. COST
THE attention of dealers is invited'to the am
sale of 550 boxes sugar by Messrs. J. A. ENI
6 Co., at ll o'clock, this day, at the new .Cm
House, corner Market and East Bay streets..
A MEETING, in caucus, of the members a
Vigilant Fire Company will be held this (Tuet
evening, at the Hall, in State street, at half
7 o'clock. Honorary and contributing men
are invited to attend..
1802.-The 65th anniversary of tho Humant
Friendly Society was celebrated on Monda]
instant, when the following officers were el
for the ensusing year :
JAS. D. JOHNSTON, President
JOSEPH WILLIAMS. vice-President
P. M. PO IN SETT, Secretary.
ROBT. HOUSTON, Treasurer.
<- J. w. GORDON and R. D. HART, Stewards.
- Standing Committee-H. P. WaR, J. B- Edwards,
Wilkinson, R- B. Gordon and L. F. Walt
CXaritf (kmnittm gygagy, W. B. Orsbom sad
THE GALES OF ARABY aro not spicier than the
aroma which the Fragrant Sozodont imparts to
tho breath. Nor is tho heart of the ivory nnt
whiter than the teeth that are cleaned daily with
that matchless fluid. tus2 January 8
T.nrK REGULARS OK DRESS PARADE, the teeth
should always be scrupulously clean and froo from
blemish. Koop them in this condition with tho
incomparable Sozodont, and when they aro vete?
rans in tho service they will still be as "good as
FOR COU o ns and throat disorders uso "BROWN'S
BRONCHIAL TROCHES," having proved their efficien?
cy by a test of many yoars.
"I have never changed my mind respecting
thom from tho first, excepting to think yet better
of that which I began thinking well of."
1 REV. HENRY. "WARD BEECHER.
"WHILE there is lifo there is hope." True ! Let
not tho sufferer despond; for all who suffer from
Coughs, Colds, or Influenza, can find a cure by
using MARSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM. For salo
by all druggists.
DOWTE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH. WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
Auction Sale* Thia Day.
. Under thc direction of JAMES TOPPER, Esq., Master in
Equity, will bo sold this day, tn front of the old Custom
House, at ll o'clock, horses, wagons, and other personal
JOHN S. BIOGS will seU this day. at the corner of Broad
street and East Bay, a t ll o'clock, City six per cent, f
J. A. EKBLOW ic Co. will sell thiswday, st the new Cus?
tom House stores, at ll o'clock, S50 boxes 01 Havana su?
gar, of various grades.
T. M. CATER wi.l sell this day, on Brown's Wharf, at
10 o'clock, Arkins and tubs of butter, lard, Ac
MILLIGAN, MELCHERS A Co. will sell this day, at their
store. Ko. 22 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'coick, Scotch cheviots
in snits, cashmeres, tweeds, satinets, ic
B. ic A. P. CALDWELL will sell this day, at Biker's Mill,
Anson street, at 12 o'clock, all the damaged grain saved
from tho lato fire, consisting of corn, oats, rye, barley,
kc; also at their stor,\ No. 00 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
hams, butter, lard, tobacco, kc.
A. H. ABRAHAMS k SONS will sell this day, at their
salesroom, No. 35 Hayne street, at half-past 10 o'clock, a
variety of clothing, ladies' cloth cloaks, broadcloth, sati?
nets, alpacas, Ac
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at his store, comer of
King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, a large assort?
ment of dry goods, clothing, kc
JEFFORDS A Co. will sell this day, before their store,
No. 27 Vendue Bange, nt 10 o'clock, sidos, shoulders,
lord, tobacco, champagne cider, ic
MCKAY k CAM PB Err. will sell this day, at their cash
auction house. No. SC Hasel street, at 10 o'clock, teas,
butter, &c. ; also tho balance of a country retail store
Nothing, boots and shoos, dry goods, kc
. LAUREY A ALEXANDER will sell this day, in their store.
Mo. 1ST East Bay, at 10 o'clock, hams, shoulders, strips,
ratter, sugar, ko.
"Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased.
And, with some sweet, oblivious antidote.
Cleanse the foul bosom nf the perilous staff
That weighs upon the heart?"
Ctotainly; PLANTATION BITTERS will do lt when
aot hing else wiU. Melancholy, Depression, Hypochon?
dria, Insanity, all spring, more or less, from a diseased
stomach, and this PLANTATION BITTERS is a sure
:uro for. There is no mistake about it; Dyspepsia.
Headache, Dullness, Aguo, and Low Spirits, must yield
to tho health-giving and genial influence of the PLAN?
TATION BITTERS, if you ore In doubt, make one
rial and be convinced. tuthsS January IS
TUB TIBIE TO ADVERTISE XS THE
Tho Daily Struen Carolinian at Column's, is now sent
o every Post?nico in tho State. Being the officiel paper
>f the State, it will be lound at the present time espe
tially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
hem sel ves of a very large circulation.
For restoring strengt? and appetite, use the great
Southern Tonic, PANKNTN'S HEPATIC Brrrxss and you
Till sot Be disappedstad. For sala by all druggists. tu
THE DAT is fast coming upon us when the usa of Paint
ind Powder wfll bo abandoned, as the ladies are nwt
earning the use of EPPYNO'S FLUID EXTRACT or SARSA?
PARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT, SS it render? the skin
toft and rosy. stuth6 * January 12
To PLANTERS_If you wish Fertilizara, apply to J. N
ftonsoN, No. 62 East Bay,' who has always a largo stock,
md on the most favorable terms.
November 29 su thstnaxaos
BREAKFAST CAKES, GRIDDLE CAKES, MUFFINS, BOLLS,
kc, a'l made light and wholesome by using t'_e PIONEER
? EAST POWDER. If you would uso Buckwheat without
laving headache and eruptions, use the Pioneer Yeast
?owder. Bakers will find this Powder reliable tor Hot
Rolla, Tea Biscuit, Ac. Sold by
GRUBER k MARTIN,
January 12 22 No. 238 King street.
THE FIRST ODD-FELLOWS' BALL
WILL BK GIVEN BY SCHILLER LODGE, No. SO,
L O. O. F., Thursday, January 17th, 1867, at- Bru
lerlichen Bund Hall. King street, near Horlbeck Alley,
:ommencing at Iii o'clock, P. M. Tickets can. be had
jf the Committee. P. stavely no Ticket sold at the door,
COMMITTEE.-H. H. KNEE, Chairman; WM- DIERS
3EN, A. TTEFENTHALL, H. L. 8CHLOBOHM, H. W.
CIENCKEN. H. WILLE. H. STRUCK, G. HOFF MEYER,
2. MEKRTKNS, F. PUCKHABER. -3* January 15
TO MY FRIENDS Di GENERAL.
ALL TN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
?will find it to their interest to call at No. 85 BROAD
STREET, where they will be fitted better and get cheaper
goods than ct any other establishment in this city.
In connection with the above. Mr. J. T. KENNEDY
will be happy to wait on his old friends and customers, at
No. SS BROAD STREET.
43* Call and see those $35 FROCK COATS.' ?
No. 35 BKOAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
AND ' .
?UTT9 OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER AI
November 27 _MERCHANT TAILOR.
AHD HETA.TX. DEJXXB Bf
CLOTHS, IMMQtoSjm.VEffifiS, !
KENTS' FCBSXSB?BG GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,.
Joly as_Brnos_CHARLESTON. B. Or
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
So, 103 VAST 3AY STREET,
December 21 Imo Under the American Hotel
OIL CLOTHES Q
y p j*?',:" 'f.\
SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
: ; PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
December 24 ...c. 'J-oo?
?IRHART, WnifHD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
" ' ? ? nf ' '
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 66, 67. 59
and 61, Hadaos street, near Daine, Nsw York/1
W. H. WHITFORD.
?.' . 3. BrVA&vr/htncxES. :
December 10 Gmo A T.HAMILTON.
E. M. WHiTJJMQr, 4-, ,
: CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS BEHOVED Hgt OFFICE FROM jjMttiaasTMl j I
street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, one door
I norworB?oaastretl. >;?: Aajrust? '?
DRY GOODS, ETC.
?ffl??i vnvm Ar rn
UVUilUlVilj IIIIJ ll u vv UV*?
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
STAPLE AND FANCY
No. 41 Hayne Street.
HAVING RESUMED OUR BUSINESS CONNECTION,
under the Kamo n imo and style as formerly, re?
spectfully solicit a continuance of tho patronage so lib?
erally extended to us heretofore.
A. S. JOHN8TON.
A. J. CREWS.
JAS. M. BRAWLEY.
Januarr 1,1867. A. 3. J. PERRI.
January 15 tuthslS
J. R. READ & GO.
HAVE TEMPORARILY REMOVED THE CLOAK
DEPARTMENT of their ESTALISHMENT to tho
REAR ROOM of C. H. JOHNSON'S H Vf STORE, No. 2(19
KINO, opposite HASEL STREET (READ'S OL . "LACE
STORE"), where, during the few weeks necessary to
complete their NEW CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM, they
will bo happy to servo their friends and the public
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 2G9 KINO, OPPOSITE HASEL STREET.
TTTE ARE NOW SELLING CLOAKS OF ALL DE
V T SCRIPTIONS at prices warranted to give satisfac?
tion to purchasers.
Wc have ut?l a few romainlnR of thoso BLACK CLOTH
SACQUES at fS.50, 810 and ?13 each, formerly Bold at
S12, ?lt and 418; which, tofiether with our ENTIRE
STOCK OF LADIES' COVERINGS, will be offered dur?
ing the remainder of thc season at prices loss than their
cost to manufacture.
I?. aa. lllVllf tx Vlf?)
NO. 2G9 KING, OPPOSITE HASEL STREE"
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROM THE LOOM.
ri IHK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED IN
A bond about 3000 yards TWILLED MELTONS, fine
goods; also, various qualities of CONFEDERATE GREY
CLOTH, all of which will be sold or bartered for wooL
HENRY TRENCH ARD, Exchange street,
January 8 tnths3mo Charleston, S. C.
NO. 34=8 King Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND MARKET STS"
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCED PRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
6000 YARDS BLACK AND W HITE POPLINS, at 15c.
With alargo vaiiety of other DRESS GOODS ranging on
the samo price.
Our IRISH POPLINS and 8ILK GOODS aro worth the
attention of customers and those seeking styles and '
riety, combined with cheapness. The attention of tho
Ladies la particularly requested to tho same.
Tho Linen Department is weU supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, with a large assortment ol
IO WELLINGS, all of the most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
Those seeking such win find my C-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.50 to be a very fine
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRINTS, at
12J? c. per yard, is offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING AND TICK?
INGS, proportiouably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DE?
20 PIECES 3-t FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, at 30c.
per ya- d. With large lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very largo lot BLANKETS, In White and Colored, is
mared at from $4 per pair and upwards. Particular at?
tention is paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In which w?l be found the latest Styles and Best
Fabrics in Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1600 FRENCH LACE COLLARS are offered at 15c
Bach. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Laces, oj
rery low figures.
1000 pieces English and Frown BONNET RIBBONS, in
rarious widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS. Ostrich Feathers and
Flowers, in gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPART?
In thia line wiR be found a weR 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, Ber Jin Cas?
sim ere and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK in all its dli
fere-t departments, I can assure those m want ol any?
thing in my linc, that they will find large assortments m
every class of GOODS, and at such rates that will dery
A eau is respectfully solicited.
NO. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
B BJLMUE S, &.. JU A WE,
,'v. aLiNBF?CrrUBEBS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS;,
.' ' . .' : , Airo ; ? ti .
IhuaetoUiery ot Every Bescrlptlo-i. -
TAFT'S PATENT LOLLING LEVER SHEARS
.?HD PUNCHES. , .;
So. 60 Ccu?ji?ndisTt?, corroer af G reen wie ti,
,% t -.'ii'liW ,,T?R.K;.j . ; ?
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers,'Car, Ship and Bridge Bolt?,
Iron Forgings of varieos kinds, tc, Ac
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forgea and Jack Screws,.
Cotton Duck for Car Corers,-;Brass and 8flverTrlmrnlnea,.
Belting of aUkinda. Baggage Checks, &c, &cr v
Also, Arrests for the manufacturers of CAR HEAD
?ALBERT BRIDGES....,.".,.I0EL C. LANE.
November H ?, ? * ' ?rntnai'T'O
KKGINE LATHES, ELjaNEBS, -
I J IMPROVED OAS WHEEL BOXES,
IMACOLMSTS' TG?LS OF ALL BESGMOE
; OF?TCE AND WAREEOOM, No. 223 PEARL ST.
'/.t , r .JOtXW TfOHJK. - -?J :?. -:. -
December 18 " e-?o
BREWSTER & SPRA TT, ,.
Attorneys at JAW ^Solicitors La Eqitftj
Teas. Butter, <Cc, <fcc.
McKAY dc CAMPBEU?,
Caih Auction Mouse, No. 50- Hasel .trcet, op?
posite New PoHtolIIrr,
WU sell. THIS DAY. commencing at 10 o'clock.
28 caddies OREEN TEA (In original packages)
6 kegs Rutter
Cases Brandy, Ac.
Conditions cash. January IS
Balance cf a Belait Country Store.-Clotl?ng,
Boots and Shoes. Bru Goods, dc.
MCKAY dc CAJIPBELI.,
Ca.?lr Auction House, No. S9 Ho.se! street,
Will sell. THIS DAY, at IO o'clock,
SILK HATS, Felt Hats, Ladies' Bonnets, Caps, kc.
FROCK COATS, Overcoat?,' Satinet and other Pants,
Men's, Ladies', Boy?', and Children's Boots and
BROADCLOTHS, Cassimcres, Tweeds, Canton Flan?
LONGCLOTHS, Muslins, Mantillas, Shawls
Alpaca, Delaines, Linens, Hoods, Ac, Atc.
Gold and SUvor WATCHES, Fancy Goods, Notions,
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, Canvas, Buckles, Buttons,
Conditions cash. January IS
Havana Sugar, on account of whom il may con?
cern, by order of the Spanish Consul.
BY .T. A. ?NSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 16th Instant, at ll o'clock, wal bo told by
Auction, at thc new Custom Hourc stores,
550 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR, of various grades.
Tho said Sugars comprise a part of tho cargo of thc
Spani?h brig "Joven Jose," Fradua, mas'er, which put
into this port in distress, whilst on her intended voyage
fro p Havana to Antwerp, and sold for account of whom
it may concern, by order of tho bpanish Consul
Jstiuary 15_ ftnwS tul
.Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY k Co..
No. 339 King-stroet, of .-. general assortment of DRY
GOODS, Clothing. Fancy Goods, Jewelry. Koo's and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery and Soaps. January 15
Liquors. Shoes, Clothing, <Cc.
BY "WILBUR. & SON.
TO-MORROW, 16th inst., at our Sales-Rooms, corner
State and Chalmers streets, at 10"S o'clock, will be
- barrels WHISKEY, BRANDY; cases Shoes and
Hats. Ale, Cider, Soap; and a variety of SUNDRIES to
Conditions cash. January 15
Stock of Groceries and Liquors, Wagon. &c.
BY HENRY COBIA dc CO.
TO-MORROW, tao 10th instant, at 10 o'clock, at the
Northeast corner of King and Hudson streets, wul bc
A well selected stock of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, kc,
togother with tho FIXTURES.
ONE SPRING WAGON.
Conditions cash. January 15
New Bureaus ar.i Washstands, on account cf
BY JOHN G. jnLXOR & CO.
TO-MORROW. 16th Inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting Btreot,
AH INVOICE, CONSISTING OF
15 MAHOGANY AND WALNUT BUREAUS-whole
top and side deck
G Walnut Washstands.
The above aro worthy tho attention of the trade.
Sale of choice Plants and Evergreens, advertised
for sate this day
BY JOHN G. MILNOR. dc CO.
Is indefinitely POSTPONED on account of non-arrival.
January 16 1
TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO.
For salo, at lowest market rates, by
January 15 3 T. J. KERR A CO.
O?* ALL KINDS. AT LOW PRICES: IRON AND
Steel Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, Trucks, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Corn Shelters, Fanning and Grain Mills,
Cotton Gins, -Cora and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills,
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Horse
Power Thresh ing Machines, Guano, Bone Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime. Ac JOHN MOORE,
December 10 imo No. 193 Front-street. New York.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS, AT MARKET
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, ?75 CASH; $80 FIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island "?uano, $20 cash; 425 1st November, with
inter st, approved city acceptance.
Bangh's Phosphate of Lime, S60 cash; $65 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city acceptance,
Pheonix Guano. $65 cash
Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt.
Farmers* Plaster or Gypsum, warrant d pure.
I offering the above manures to planters. I do so with
every confide- ce, not only having testimonials from
planters who have used them tho past year, but the
further guarantee that every cargo, as it arrives from the
factory, is analyzed by Prof. Shepard, of tho South
Corol'na Medical College, and tho high reputation of
these manures fuUy kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 tntbs3mos No. C2 East Bav.
THE COMPOSITION OP THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL WITH PERUVIAN. IT DIFFERS
ONLY TN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
TTTHTLE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
VV nearly twice the quantity of Phosphate of Lime,
15 per cent, of which is immediately soluble. Its effects
on Cotton thc post season have, lu many instances, ex?
celled Peruvian Guano. It hos in no case proved less ac?
tive in tho early growth of the crop. When drought in?
tervenes the crop does Dot" suffer from its use as is the
case with Peruvian Guano. By reason of the presence in
it of BO large aper cent, of Phosphat? of Limo its use ixn
I proves the soil to on extent that cannot be realized from
Every cargo of this Guano is subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, and is sold on a basis cf actual value.
The undersigned. Agent, is prepared to furnish the tes
1 timo ny o? well known South Carolina planters in evidence
of tho superior excellence of this Guano.
J. N? ROBSON, Agent,
December* rutbspusnio " NO. fi? EAS! RAY.
E. FRANK COE'S
IPI PH0SPHAT& OP LIME
BONE DUST MANTEE.
WE BEG TO CALL Try. ATTE??TION OF PLAST?
ERS to tho above as a superior m:*urnro for either
Cern or Cotton, the experience of last ye*r proving fi
equal if not superior to Peruvian Guano. ?
The following ls the report of an analysis mime from a
lot now m store:
Phosphate of Lime, soluble...'.' 8.20
Phosphate of Lime, insoluble......28.80
Sulphate- of Limo and traces of Sulphate of
Ammonia;1 Potash, Soda. and - Magnesia,
with some free Sulphuric Acid, about. 8.00
Hygrometie; Water expelled at 212 degroes.33.00
Combined Water (a portion of this belongs to
the Phosphate of Lime, which was esti?
mated after its ignition; the greater part of
balance is doubtless associate 1 with the
Animal Matter) and Animal Martur. 30.00
Silica (Sand). 2.00
The Animal Matter, as might be supposed in a fertilizer
so largely derived from fish, is less highly rdtrogenized
than that in the Peruvian Guano. Still it will afford, de?
ring the process of decomposition, about three per cent,
of Ammonia. The Oil (which ia remarkably abundant)
though not generally reckoned among Manures, being
hero associated with other less stable animal principles,
cannot fail of adding to the value of ?bo mixture, espe?
cially on light soils. The insoluble Phosphate Being
thoroughly organized and, at the same time, minutely
"divided, is also well adapted to a gradual appropriation by
According to the present sample, COE'S SUPER
PHOSPHATE ia ar judiciously and -faithfully msjittfao
tared Manure, and wul cot. disappoint those who will
give it a trial. Even If employed alone, I should expect
highly remunerative remits.
(Signed). CHARLES TJPHAM SHEPARD.
Price ?65 per ton of 2000 pounds. ' :
For sale hy '- ?'. E. H. RODGERS * CO.,
Solo Agents for South Carolina.
January 12 stuthSmo North Atlantic Wharf.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC?
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS jp KEW YEARS
GREAT WATCH SALE ON THE .POPULAR ONE PRIC1
PLA. , GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME ANT
RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF TEt
DOLLARS, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, ANI
Nt'T TO BE PAID FOB TJNLESS-PERFECTLY BATTS
. 100 Solid Gold Hun ting Watches..;.$250 to ?73
100 Ma&tc Cased Gold Watches.: 200 to 601
100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled.100 to SOI
. 900 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches.... 250 to 301
200 Gold Hunting Teebah Levers. 200 to 26
. 300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches....... 160 to 20t
600 Gold Hunting American Watches.. .*_ 100 to 261
"GM Silver Hunting Levers.,....-. soto lo
,600 Silver Hunting Duplexes.-.. 75 to 261
SOO Gold Ladles' Watches. 60 to 26
1000 Gold Hunting Leptnes.. 50 to 71
H1000 Miscellaneous Sil vcr Watches........... 60 to lot
11500 Hun?ug Sil vcr Watches..... ........ A- 25 to S
6000 Assorted Watches, all kinds.. 10 to 7
?0S-Every patron ontaina a Watch, by this arrange
-ment, costing but $10, while it may be worth $753. Nt
partiality sb.own.-Sa t . -.>.?. -
M?ssss. J. HICXLTNO & Co.-fl" GHIAT TJNTOT? WATCH CO.
T-New York City, wish to immediately dispose of tho abov
magnifloent Stock. Certificates, naming - articles, ar
placed In sealed envelopes.. Holders are entitled to th
articles named on their certificate, upon -payment of Tee
Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth A76U or one wort]
loss. The return of any of our certificates entitles you t
tho article named thereon, upon payment, irrespecav
ofita worth, and as no article valued less, than $10 i
named on any certificate, it will st once be peon that thi
is no Lottery,': but a straight-forward legitimate tram
action, which moy be participated in even by the mos
A single Certificate win be sent by moil, poet paid
upon receipt of 26 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thlrtj
throe and elegant prcmiam lor $6, sixty-six and moe
valuable primium Tor ?10, one hundred and most soper
Watch tor $16. To Agents or those wishing employ. ier
this is a rare opportunity. It is a laghimately conduele
tusinesc duly authorized by the Government, and ope
to the mest careful scrutiny. Try tut
Address- J. BICKUSG & CO..
, ; No. lii< Bwoilway. M. V?
W4lI3A3t fl. GILL1LAXD & SOS,
Seal Estate Agents, Auctioneers *
OFFICE NO, 83 BAYKK STREET. '3
City Six Per Cent. Slock ct -AaviUni.
BY JOHN s. moos.
THIS DAY, tbe 10th instant, nt tho comer of Broad and
East Bay, will bo sold, at ll o'clock.
EIGHTY DOLLA ICS IN BCKIP CITY SIX PER CENT.
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX PER CKNT.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX PEU . ENT.
TWELVE HUNDRED DOLLAKS CITY SIX PER CENT.
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS CITY SIX PER CEN I.
Conditions ? a?h. January 15
Dry Goods. (Jtotlura, <6e.
BY MILES DR IER.
THIS MORNING, at IO o'clocl, I will Bell at ruy store,
corner of Kin? and Liberty streets.
Pieces White and Brown COTTON FLANNEL. Shaker
F.auncl. Satinet, Silicio, White Twilled Jean, Longcloth.
Oroy Flannels. Black and Fancy Alpaca, Dress Ooods!
Irish Linon. Table Damask. Cambrics, Uroadeloth. Casi
elmers. Cottonade. Crash Diaper, English Tweed, ic.
Dozens Hoop Skirts, all Wool Long shawls. Nubias,
Hoods, Sontag*. Balmoral Skirls, Cotton ami Woolton
Hosiery, Cloth, Silk, and Kid Gloves, Susjw-ndcrs. White
and Colored Undershirts and Drawers. L. C. Hdkfs.,
Sets Cuffs and Collars. Grecian Waterfalls, Belts, Neck?
laces. Pipes, Jumpers, Towels, 4c.
30 Groy Cloth OVERCOATS
10 Business Coats
ISO pair Satinet and Cassimorc Pants.
An Invoice of Metallic and Glass SYRINGES. Pumpers.
Milk Bottles. kc.
Tonne cash. Januarv 10
mm" " BY R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY. the 15th January, will be sold, at 12 o'clock,
at Riker's Mill, An6on street, on accouut of the Under?
writers and all concerned.
All the DAMAGED GRAIN savod from tho lato Oro,
Conditions cash._January 15
Hams, Buller and Lard.
BY li. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 16th Inst, wiR bo sold st our store, No.
90 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
200 YELLOW BAGGED HAMS
IC KEGS GOSHEN BUTTER
IC kegs Leaf Lard.
Conditions cash._' January 15
One hundred and thirty tuns andfirkins Butter, one !
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 15th inst, will bo sold at our store. No.
90 l ast Bay, at 10 o'clock, to close sales,
29 BOXES TOBACCO.
Conditions cash. January 15
MILLI GAN, MELCHERS & CO.
W1U seU THIS DAY, 15th inst., at 10 o'clock,
SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, ia suits
Satinet, Under Shirts and Drawers
Calico and Hickory Shirts, Hosiery, Spool Cotton
Buttoua, Pomade, Kc, Kc
Sundry Articles Furniture, now Meat Safe.
200 bushels COTTON SEED
5 barrels Onions
Gold and Silver Watches, kc January 15
BY X. M. CATER.
Will bc Bold on Brown's Wharf, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
130 FIRKINS AND TUBS STRICTLY CHOICE STATE
100 firkins Lard.
10 tierces Hame.
Conditions cash. January 15
Posilice Sale to Close Consignment.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, tho 15tb instant, at 10K o'clock, wo will sell,
at our Salesroom, No. 35 Hayno street,
CLOTHING, LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, Pieces Broad?
cloth, Satinets, Alpacas, Poplins, Worsted Shawls,
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs. Neck Tics, kc. kc
Conditions-All sure s over ?100 thirty days, with ap?
proved indorsed notes or city acceptances.
Sides, Shoulders. Lard. dc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
WUl sell, THIS DAY, before thoir Store, No. 27 Vonduo
Rango, at 10 o'clock,
4000 lbs. CLEAR SIDES
3 hhds. Bright Shoulders
10 bbls. Strips
4 tierces Smoked Beef
20 boxes Cheese
13 bbls. Pork
10 tierces Lard
45 kegs Lard.
CondMtans cash. January 16
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, before their 8tore. st 10 o'clock,
20 boxes MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, various
1000 lbs. Loaf Tobacco.
Can di tiona cash. January 15
CAampacrne Cider and Claret.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, before their Store, at 10 o'clock,
100 cases CHAMPAGNE CIDER
100 cases St. Julian Medoe.
Conditions cash. January 15
UNDER DECREE IN Ii QUIT fr.
First National Bank cs. Woodward cl al.
Will be sold THIS DAY. tho 15th of January, 1867
at ll o'clock, in front 'ii the old Custom House,
THE FOLLOWING) PELSONAL rSOVHtT?:
Two large Wagons
One One-horse Wagon
Ono large Copy Press
Six sets Harness
Seven Mesainger's Safes
Office Furniture, Fixtures, kc_
Terms cash. JAMES TUPPER,
January 15 thstuS Master in Equity.
. ?ndencrilers' scue of Liverpool Sall.
BY JACOB COHEN & CO.
On THURSDAY, 17th day of January, at 10 o'clock, will
be sold on Accommodation Wharf, for account ot un- |
derwritcrs and all concerned,
740 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT (damaged on board tho
bark Regina on vo_. age of importation).
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Bethlehem Baptist Church el al. vs. John McCuU
Will be sold, under thc direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
29th day of January, ISO", at ll o'clock A. M.,
All those FOURTEEN LOTS OF LAND known as tho
VILLAGE OF GRUMESVILLE. situate in Berkley Dis?
trict, St. James' Goose Creek Parish, on Fludd's old road
and branch waters of Cooper River, eaeh Lot containing
from 3 to y i? acres, and having snch location, lines an f
improvements as are delineated on a plan of the said
Village, made for tho purpose of this sale, on tho 2d of
November, 1866, by T. J. Mallard, Surveyor, and to be
seen at this office.
Terms-One-third cash : balance in one and two years,
secured bv bond and mortgage or the premises, with
privilege "of the purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser
to pay for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
Ja uory ll fte Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Lucas vs. Pnolean et at.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at ?
the Old Custom House in this dry, on TUESDAY, the
29th day of January, 1807, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that TRACT OF LAND in St. Thomas' Parish,
Berk cly District, containing 3947 acres, the same being I
composed of two tracts, one of which, containing about
ROO acres, was granted to Susan Cumbo in 1861; and tho
other, continuing 2947 05-100 acres, more particularly de?
lineated on a plat of Northampton, made by Charles
Parker, Surveyor, on 11th March, 1848.
Terras-One-third cash; balance payable in four equal
successive snT?"?' instalments, secured by bond and
mortgage ot the premises,'with interest from day of sale,
uamble annually. Purchaser to pay for papers.
, . JAMES TUPPER,
January ll fin ' Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Buist vs. Joseph,
wm ho sold ri"tder thc direction of the undersigned, at
tte?old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
29th dav of Jannah. 1867. st ll o'clock A. M.,
AU that VALUABLE PLANTATION, wittttelmprovo
ments thereon, know.i by the same of FETEHESSA,
situate in that part of Berkel? DJatrte? known as St, Au
drew's Parish, on the east side ot" .Ashley Rivet, and on
both sides bf the Dorchester Road, .and a Uttlo over
twelve miles from Charleston. The Plantation contains
895 acres, more or lesa, and Lutta and bounds to the north
sod east on lands of John and Patrick O'Neill ; sou t a by
lands of-Touchstone, and west by Ashley River,
ss per plat of same made by R. K. Payne, Surveyor, in
1836. ' . . ! ? -.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance payable in five
equal successive annual Instalments, secured by bond of
tte purchaser and--mortgage of the premises, with in?
terest from day of sale, payable annually. Purchaser to
pay for papers. ' ~ ? ' JAMES TUPPER,
January ll fta Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE UT EQUITY.
Buist, Administrator, vs. Ooog?n et ai.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
29th day of January 1357, at ll o'clock A.M..
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on the east side of Coming street, in the City of
Charleston, and designated.by the numbers 160 and 162,
measuring in front cm Coming street forty-three (48) feet,
and in depth fror east to west ono hundred and forty
(140) feet, be tho same more or less. Bounding north on
landa now or formerly of Catharine Bennett; south hy
lands Ol Jolu? s. "Lmxtrr; ? mut by landa Of -. and west
by Coming- street '??'. -
Twill. Olin Ullffl cash; balance .in five equal succes?
sive annual instalments, secured by -bonds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest from
day bf sale, payable annually, the buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
January*!! ? ' fta_Matter to Equity, ?
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Mitchell ve. Garden,
Will bo sold, under thc direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
29th day of January. 1867, at ll o'clock, A M.,
L AU that HOUSE AND LOT, on the south sido of
Beaufain street,'in this city, known by the number 31,
and measuring in front on said street twenty-five (25)
r?el, and in depth sixty (60) feet, more or lesa Bounding
cast hyland of E. Garden; west by land of R. HoUoway;
north by rBcaufain street, and south by land of G. W.
3. AR that LOT OF LAND, with tte buOdlngs and im?
provements thereon, situate on tte north side ot West
street, in thia city, and measuring in front on West street
thirty-five (35) feet, and in depth one hundred and forty
(140) feet, more or less. Bounding to tte north on land
now or lato of Richard HoUoway; to tho south on Weet
street; to tte east on Isad DOW or late of Mrs. Faber, and
to tho west on land now. or late the property of the es?
tate of John Y. Bradley.
Ternis-One-third cash; .balance in three successive
annual instalments, secured by bond of tho purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, with interest from day of
sale; payable annually. Buildings to be insured and
policy assigned, Purchaser to W/^W-^j^
Januarys_ tuf Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE-IN EQUITY.
Strain vs. Limehouse. '
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
29th day of January, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.,
1. AU that LOT OF LAND on tte west side of Lime
house street, in tins city, known by the number 5, on
tte plan of tte lands of Robert Limehouse, and measur?
ing on Limehouse street thirty-seven (37) feet, and in
depth ono hundred and ave foot (105 feet), more or lesa.
ALSO, . . "
2. AR that IDT OF LAND adjoining the above on tts
south, of tbe same dimensions, and known by the
number 6, on tho same plan.
ALSO, - .., ?
3. AU thai LOT OF LAND on the nortt side of Tradd
street, known .by Uta ur-ober 87, on the plan of the
4. Ail that LOT OF LAND adjorntej thc above on tte
weet, and known by the number 33..
-./>,: -ALSO, -. . ;
5. All that LOT OF LAND ad?0in?e<t tho last abov. os
tte weat and renown by tba number 39.
Ternis-One-flftLeaeh: .balance tn Oro equal succ?s
alvo instalments, secured by bond of the purchaser anc
mongas? of tioVcmiaes, with interest from day of sal?
?payaSla ahnuaUy.- Purchaser toparJjorj
,;" January ? ta* %, laaater to 1
tullun. tftoutiters. Strips, Huller. Sugar, <tc, ?tc.
BY UCKKV* ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, tuc 15th lust; will bo sold. Iii our .toe?. Na
137 iiiht Boy, ut io o'clock,
7 boxes N KW N. Y. HAMS
10 tierces Hums
5 boxe? "cw N. Y. Strip.
6 bbl?, new Pig shoulders
20 kfgs Butter
10 bbl?. Sugar
5 bOXOH SatlKagt-R
60 boxe? Pepiwr, Mustard ond Ginger
100 pound* 1'aleiit. Dryer
1 bbl. Sulphur
1 lot ot' new stove Fixtures, Pots, KotUea, Ac, &o.
Condition. ca?h. January 15
BY" B. M. MARSHALL di UKO.,
Brakm omi Auctioneccra, Ko, J'S Iii ond St.
TO-MOUROW. l?th January, will ba sold at 10 X o'clock.
2 YVOitK IIOItSES; 1 MULE; 1PONY; 1 Top Buggy
and Harness; 1 Cart; 1 Day Cutter; Sewing Machlue;
anti au assortment of Furniture. - : December 15
Horses, Mul.es, Veli ides and furniture, al Auction.
BY SMITH ?Si flK'GILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer?, No. ?7 Brood street.
Will he sold TO-MORROW, the 16th instant, in front of
their ollire, at 10 o'clock,
HORSI'.S, MULES, VEHICLES AND EUBNITURK re?
ceived up to hour o? hale. January 15
Executor's Sale-Estate of the late John F. Witts
chen, of Xteo JJOIS and a Brick House, now occu?
pied as a ISalccrg, iV'o. 115 Church street, at
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Reid Estate Agent?, No. 37 Brood Street,
Will positively be sold on tl?, uorth stops of tho Old Ci u
tom House, ot ll o'clock, on TUtSDAY, the 5th of
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS there?
on, situate on tho west sido of Church street, 61 feet
front, and 130 feet deep, moro or loss, with Brick Build?
ing known OH 115 Church stroot. Together with that Lot
of Land adjoining the above on tho South, measuring
front on Church street 37 fcot 5 inches, and on the rear
VG lect 6 inches, more or less, and in depth 139 feet 8
inches on tho northern line, 126 fcot 9 iuchos on tho
Rout ern lino, more or less. Bounded on tho south by
SL Philip's Church Yard.
Terms.-One-quarter cash; balance in one, two, three
and four years, secured by a mortgage of the - property.
Purcltuser tu pay Solicitor of Estate for papers and ex?
penses of pupers.
January 10 th 10 tuthsu 2d, 4th and 5th Feb
Residences for Sale.
BY" LOUIS li. DcS AL ?SSLRE.
At Private Salo
THE RESIDENCE at the northeast corner of South
Bay and Lcgaro streets. Lot measures 67 feet front by
15 L fcot deep.
Tho throe story BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 33 Moe ting
street. Lot measures 42 feet front by 211 feet deep, and
US feet deep on back Uno. Apply w a'.-ore, at
January lo tuft No. 23 BROAD STREET.
Estate Sale-Plantation in St. Andi-ew's Parish.
BY LOUIS MJ. DeSAVSSCRE.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, in St. Andrew's Pariah,
about five milos from Charleston, on the Stono River,
opposite to John's Islaud, belonging to tho estate of
Wilkes. Thc tract contains about 975 acres of land,
about 725 of wnich are high land, tho balance marsh
laud. Excellent crops of Sen Island Cotton have boon
made upon thc place for several years. About 400 acres
of the land aro cleared and adapted to tho culture of
Cotton and Provisions, and about 31 to Rice. The place
is planted this year, and has a fair crop upon it.
For particulars, apply to
January 15 tul4_No. 23 BROAD STREET.
For Sale, Old Town Plantation, in St. Andrew's
BX LOUTS D. DeSAUSSURE, No. 33 Broad
At Private Salo
Tho PLANTATION known as.'!QLD TOWN." in St.
Andrew's Parish, belonging to the estate of W. MoE.
Parker. This tract of Land lies ou tho Ashley River, is
two miles distant from Charleston, and commands a
beautiful view ot' tho city. It contains about 1400 acres
of laud, of which 390 acres, moro or loss, oro cleared Sea,
Island Cotton and Provision lands, about 630 acres in
woods, and about 376 acres in marsh and rush lands.
On the Plantation aro comfortable quarters for one
hundred laborer*, a large new Giu House, a commodious
stable and shed, a Blacksmith and Carpenter's shop, a
Church, a small dwelling house in fair order, tzc. ftc.
This Plantation is a very valuable ouo, having bean
for a number of years most successfully cultivated in the
finest qualities of Sea Islaud Cotton, in corn, and other
provision crops. Ita facilities for being fertilized by
marsh mud and sodgo cannot bo excelled, the Ashley
River being its boundary on tho cast, and a Croak that of
Tho natural beauties of "Old Town" aro unusually
great, tho live oaks on tho Plantation growing in great
profusion, and ot great size and beauty. A number of
fresh water fish ponds, wantonly destroyed during tho
past two years on thc place, can, by a small expendi?
ture of labor and means, be restored to their former
loveliness. The chimneys and brick foundations of the
former dwclUng house are still standing, and could pro?
bably be used as they now aro.
A couple of years of attention and taste, and a moder?
ate expenditure of means, would render thin Plantation
one of thc most attractive homes in tho Southern States.
The fertility ol' its soil can be well attested to.
For particulars, apply os above, at
January 10 thstuG No. 23 BROAD STREET.
Sea* Island Colton Plantation of best quality of
BY" CLIFFORD ?Si MATHE WES,
Rest] Estate Agrnts,,So. 50 Broad street.
At Private Sale
That VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
TION, knowu os Inverness and Gilbert's, situated In
Prince William's Parish, at Old Pocotaligo, on Pocotaugo
River, navigable at tho landing for vessels drawing t
feet water, and on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad,
containing 700 acres, about 2511 to 300 acres of which are
cleared, and all well wooded and partially settled.
For terms, Ac, apply as above.
Valuable Sea Island Colton Lands on James'
BY CLIFFORD ?Si MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street.
At Private Solo
The following valuable SEt ISLAND COTTON LANDS
on James' Island, situated on the t-tono River:
MAX.CY-397 acres, nearly all of which is cleared;
healthy all the year; settled in buildings.
DILL'S CUT-?0 acres, nearly aU cleared.
MCINTYRE-About 150 acres, nearly ail cleared.
BURCHES-291 acres, about 200 of which is claarod,
balance well wooded.
Tho above adjoin each other and would make one fina
Plantation, and will bc sold separately or together.
For terms. tic, apply as above. tutas6 January 8
At Pricate Sale, one of Hie Largest and most Val?
uable Sea Island Cotton Plantations on Edisto
BY CLIFFORD it MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 50 Brnad street.
That TRACT OF LAND onEdsto Island, well known as
the Seaside Plantation, containing about 1200 acres of
high arable land (1000 of which ara cleared and under
cultivation) and 600 acres of marsh. The average yield of
these landa in ordinary seasons was 150 lbs. of cleon Cot?
ton of the finest quality to the acre, and they have pro?
duced as high as 200 lbs. per acre. This Plantation is
situated immediately on the ocean and about a quarter of
a mlle from tho healthy summer resort of the planters on
Edisto known as Edin gaville. It is intersected by a creek
navigable for coasting vessels, with convenient '"""""QT1
Very little fencing is required to enclose the whole place,
water forming the natural boundary on two sides. It ia
about seven mili^rrom. thc steamboat public landing.
This Tract originally consisted of three plantations, and
can be easily subdivided; and its health advantages and
well known productiveness render lt one of the most de?
sirable Plantations on the Island.
For terms, ??c., apply as above.
Valuable Plantation near Bluffton and House in
BY JACOB COHEN & CO.
At Private Sale
AU that TRACT OF LAND known os Rose Dew Planta?
tion, situated on May River, four (4) miles from Bluffton,
containing one thousand (1000) acres of high land (about
three hundred of which are cleared) and seventy (70)
acres of marsh. This place has been under cultivation,
this year, and the lands are of the best quality for Ssa
i island cotton and provisions. On the place ta a bran,
gin house and negro houses. Also, belonging to the
above and a short distance from it, a tract of one hundred
-r Pino Land.
-Hove can be purchased a comfortable two
! story Dweiung Mu" ^buildings, ??."?. <? ?re lot, in
1 tho town of Bluffton.
A TRACT OF LAND, witum three (3) w1" ?'alt tfafSl
containing seven hundred and sixty-two and a - , .; -V<M
acres, all of which is heavfly wooded with Oak. H.;
I and Pine; and being immediately contiguous to May
' River, could be made profitable by the sale of wood.
These lands, when cleared, are of tho best quality for Ssa
j Island Cotton. Adjoining, and belonging to this pises, '
is a fifteen (15) acre lot, on a high bluff, on Msy River
-for a settlement and Bummer Residence being perfect?
ly healthy atoll seas..ns.
For terms and further particulars, apply as above, at
CORNER OF HAST BAY AND BOYCE'S WHARF.
December ll_ta Upstairs.
A Farm five miles from, the City, on Cooper Biner.
. : : BY S. S. K.. ?1ENAKTT.
I At Private Sale-: - . \-!V..
Avalnable and. beautifully located FARM, fivs raflas ;
from the city, containing 302 acres. On it ls an elegant
i mansion, and all.necessary outbuildings. Apply ss
above, at No. 40 BROAD STREET (UP STAIRS).
January 12_? _stnthl4?
"AftuwoifcOTo' Island" and "Bennett's PoinC Plan
tatiana for ?sale m- to i*ase.
BY X. S. K. BENNETT.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, the two above name* first**"
class BEA ISLAND AND SHORT COTTON PLANTA?
TIONS, adjoining each other, located In BL Barthel o
! meWs Parish,, opposite to. Fenwick and Hutchinson
Islands, st the head waters of tho Ashepoo River and
These Lands areas fine as any on tho coast. About
700 acres can be put under cultivation, and in many
places s bale of Long Cotton can be mado to the acre. A
h?w mile of fencing ls all that is required on these tracts
of nearly 2000 acres. Tho surrounding marah fists and '
knowlls are convenient for manuring, and giving abund?
ant food during the en fare year to horses, mules, cows,
tffrr*^, AC 1,7
At "Bennett's Point" it is perfectly healthy at all
seasons of tho year; the finest oysters and fish, and gamo
of every description, abound. It is seldom so valuable
and desirable a description of property ls offered to tb?
public , - .'
For further particulars, apply as above, at
No. 40 BROAD STREET (Up Stairs).
A Fine Plantation to Beni, knoten as CSeaWt
BY W. T. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Brok?r3and Anctloneora, No. ?Bread strait.
To Be?, a PLANTATION, eight miles from the city,
i and within a half milo of -the Seven Mile Pump, South
Carolina uailroad, containing about 90 acres of Inland
smamp rice land, and 300 acres of cotton and provision
i land. The quality of this tract of land is unum passed,
I besides tho privilege of cutting oak .and. pine wood will
be accorded, which can be shipped either by railroad or
j river. On this Plantation wfil be found a good Kee! danoo,
con taming four square rooms, and all the necessary oat*
i buildings, such ss negro booses, barn, Ac Tenas ac
i commodating. . stnth3 January 12
Sea Island Plantation al Private Sale.
BY W. YLEITCH ?i R. 8. BRUNS, ...
Brosters and Auctioneers, ?5 Broad atosot.
"BEAR^ BLUFF.also teaovm sst MYERS' TT*r*
tho Southern extremity of Wadmalaw Islandi. containing
?bout 250 acres of Cotton. land, nearly aU of whichJuwa,
Kaes cultivated. Extensive improvement!^ ..Joesn. .
rnrfe^? puce the past y?sr^ver^ having.
tuwm nntaiei in Miperior and necessary bmldinffB. la.
?f^Sn? ?T and"dwelling, ten dc^teltene houseswlt*v?
ff?K c^Tnouae, gin house; stably W.
and^ar^shedo, Ac The .location is central and TBTT
?Saotlvl and^reWkoole for its lie.Vhfnlr.aw. - s-*.
-> also, s:.:
Will be sold TWELVE SUPERIOR. MULES, Wagons,
Finnans, Steam Engine?. Ac thstuB January ? .
Furnilure.'Vorses, Vehicles, o^at ?uohoi?.
BY SMTTSl <Si MCGILLIVRAY,
?Co. ?7 ?road street, south sida, BearBtafcJ
street. .- ? - ??ii
!Sales of FURNITURE, tc, at private residences c*
tended to ot moderate chargea. __,. -.
^SSu? ovary WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VBHiaLBS
BT/BNITURE, io., st habf-pairt 10 o'clock, st cur o/He?. .