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FRIDAY MOHN LNG, JANUARY 18, 18C7.
To OUR SUBSCRIBERS.-Wo wou'.d call tho atten?
tion of thoso who aro indebted to us throughout
the country, that tho old year is closing and their
accounts aro not yet settlod. Tho price of sub
t i 'ption is not largo, and will not bo missed from
thoir plethoric pockets. The first of January has
long boon celebrated as n ?I tv act apart for closing
old accounts, and wo would not have our friends
depart from thia timo-houored custom. Money is
tho motivo plower of every enterprise, and news?
papers aro no exception, and wo respectfully ask
our country subscr hors to cash up and commence
tho now yoar with a clear record.
JULIAN A. SFXBT, ESQ., editor and proprietor of
the Columbia Phvcnix, is In tho eily, ^nd is stop?
ping at the Milla House.
WE HAVE recuived from DE LACT, of tho Mills
House News Stand, "/iren/ Saturday." DE
LACY, always keeps tho vory beat and latest liter?
WE HAVE recoived from the publishers, Messrs.
TAN EVBIE, HORTON & Co., New York, a copy of
the "Democratic Almanac," for 1867. It ia full of
very valuable atatistacal information, and is a use?
ful vade mecum.
AT A meeting of tho Board of Firemastors, held
on Wednesday evening, January 1G, tho following
gertlomon woro elected:
Mr. CHAS. P. AIMAK, Third Assistant Chief.
Mr. B. M. STROBEL, Clerk and Superintendent.
Mr. H. C. SHORES, Pump Contractor.
TJNDEB THE recent Act of the Legislature incor?
porating Kingatreo, tho following officers were
elected to tho offices named, viz:
SAMUEL W. MAURICE. Intendant.
WIMEOT_JOHN G. PRESSLEY, G. P. NELSON, M.
8CHUAI6S, W. W. WARD. ^
FIRE.-An alarm sounded last evening, about C
o'clock, that Bennett's Mill was on tiro, brought out
the firemen, who rushed to the scone of action
only to find their oncrgies uselessly expended, and
they returned homewards with diminished speed.
Later in the evening it was reported that a chim?
ney in Magazine street waa on fire. It wa : ^oon
extinguished, and tho alarm was not sufficient to
bring out the engines.
THE SUFEBXNTBNDENT of tho Northeastern Bail
road Company has our thanks for a kind remem?
brance of our editorial wants. Knowing that the
monotony of long and unvaried city lifo tends to
dull the facnltios, ho has considerately sont us an
invitation to take an occasional ride into the coun?
try, and soo for ourselves the progresa our friends
m the rural part? axe making. ri
A like courtesy has been extended us by the
Superintendent of the Greenville and Columbia
I. O. O. F.-At the annual communication of tho
Grand Lodge of tho State of South Carolina, the
following Brothers woro installed into their re?
spective offices :
P. G. M. RICHARD CALDWELL. M. W. G. M.
P. G. R. H. MCDOWELL, R. W. D. G. M.
P. G. J. F. SPECK. M. D.. R. "W. G. W.
P. G. Rev. L. C. LOYALL, R. W. G. Chaplain.
P. G. M. John H. HONOUR, Jr.. M. D., R. W. G. Sec?
P. G. B. BR0S8, R. W. G. Treasuror.
P. G. M WILLIAM THAYER, R. W. G. Representa?
P. G. M. JOHN MCKENZIE, R. "W. G. Representative.
P. G. JOHN T. MILLIGAN, W. G. Moronal
P. G. R. F. DIVVER, W. G. Conductor.
THE BALL last night, at the Hall of the Br?der?
liche Bund, in King street, was one of tho moBt
successful afiairs of tho kind that has come off
this aoaaon. It waa given under the auspices
of Schiller Lodge No. 30, L O. O. F., ft new
Lodge, but one that bids fair ere long to run
aheid of many of her older sisters. The Hall was
filled with gay and merry dancers, just aa many aa
the Hall could hold, and under the witching
strains of MULLER'S Band, they tripped the light
fantastic to a late hour of tho night. Mr. VON
HAAKDTER furnished a handsome supper.
Tfce Committoo of Arrangements deserve much
credit for the handsomo manner in which every?
thing had been prepared.
DISTRICT COURT.-This court was in session tc
day at the usual hour, Judge LOOAJ? presiding.
A number of cases of larceny and assault and
battery were tried-some, aa on previous days,
being decided by the court.
H. W. SCHRODER, RUDOLPH SEEDLING, JAMES
LOWNDES and JAMES SIMONS, Esqs., defended some
of the oases-tho prosecution in each instance be?
ing conducted by ISAAC HAINE, Esq.
From five to six cases aro disposed of every day,
and although tho docket is very heavy, at this
rate the hst will rapidly dlrriiiiish.
UNITED STATIS DISTRICT COURT-Hon. GEORGE
S. BBYAN presiding.-Tho libel case against the
schooner Grapeshot was resumed. Several wit?
nesses wero examined on the part of the defence,
who testified that the segara from Baracoa were
of an inferior character and were never imported
to this market; that they cost but little there, and
the duties being the same on all brands, dealers
only used the better qualities. The market price
of the segara exhibited in court (those that were
seized) was fttO to $35 per 1000 for tho second
quality, and from $40 to $50 per $1000 for tho
better. The profit on segare was very uncertain,
as dealers were often obliged to Bell at coat, and to
realize the difference on better brands.
A lengthy argument arose on points of evidence
during the testimony of tho witnesses in reply,
and tho discussion was continued to a late hour.
The case will be resumed to-day at ll A. M.
MAYOR'S COURT, January 17.-Elias Robertson
and Paul Green, two unfaithful colored stewards of |
a steamboat, who had appropriated to their own
use a large amount of money belonging to a pas?
senger, were sent to a Magistrate for prosecution.
A youthful speculator, who had endeavored to
dispose of several iron bolts belonging to the
Northeastern Railroad Company, to th? keeper of |
a junk-shop, who brought him up before his
Honor, was discharged with a lecture, as a witness
stated that the boy had found them on Gadsden's
' A man and two females, who had walked from
Summerville on their road to Graham's Turn Out,
by the way of the city, and who had sampled some
of the luxuries which abound in the corner shops
to such an extent as to impede their locomotion,
but who had recruited after a nap, were allowed
to proceed on their way, as they evidently were a
committee about carrying out some grand social
reform, and were in a great hurry to get off.
COURT OK. GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS.-The Court met at 10 A M., pursuant to
adjournment, Judge T. N. DAWKINS presiding.
The Grand Jury having answered to their names,
the following bills were presented, which were ro
turned with the findings : -
The State ci. Thoa. Harrington-murder. True
The State os. Wm. J. Gilfillin-embezzlement.
The State vs. Angelo Mauro, Jno. B. Fatalico and
Vengenzo Ottojano-arson. No Bill.
In the case of the State cs. DANIEL JENKINS, for !
murder, th? prisoner was arraigned and plead "not
guilty," and the trial was fixed for-Thursday, Jan- |
The caso of the State VB. Isabella Clark (color- |
ed),* for burglary, was thon taken up. L.
STRAIT, R. W. SEYMOUR, and SAMUEL LORD, Jr.,
Esqrs., appeared for the defence, and the Attor- I
ney General for the prosecution. After a number !
of challenges the Jury was organized, and Mrs.
MARY GALLOWAY being sworn, deposed that she
kept a store at No. 197 King street, in connection
with her mother, and was living there at tho time
of the burglary. They had missed a number of
articles constantly, but on tho day in question had
put $325 aside for the purpose of paying a note.
$30 of this amount was missing the next morning.
That night (Isabella being sick) she wont to her !
room to carry her some physic, and while there
noticed a shirt and some other articles that be?
longed to the storo ; her suspicions being arousod,
the woman was sent out the noxt morning, and,
while absent, her room was searched. A number
of missing articles were found concealed in her |
bed, also some false keys with which she obtained
access to tho store. The woman slept over the
kitchen, and could only obtain access to the storo
Mrs CHCFSIN substantiated the testimony of tho
first witness in every particular, and said that she
was present at the search, and identified the arti?
cles found and those brought into court as a part
of Mrs. GALLOWAY'S stock. Sho also testified to
having found the bunch of keys that wore used to
open tho different locks.
The Attorney-General waived the burglary, the
larceny being made out. The opposite counsel ac?
cepted the proposition, and the case was submit- [
ted to the jury without argument, who returned i
verdict of guilty of petty lar cony.
THE KJNOSTBEJ? FIRE.-It will bo seen, by rofor
onco to an extract in another column from thc
Star, that tho sheriff and jailor of Wimarnsburg
District were arrestod by order of Gen. SCOTT,
llilitury Commandant, pro tem, in South Caro?
lina. This arrest, we bclievo, is for alleged crimi?
nal carelessness and nogloct of duty.
THE AMKRICAN LAW REVIEW, January, 18C7. Boston,
Little. Brown & Co.
Contents : 1. Wallace's Report; 3. Theories oJ.,Rocon
structiou; 3. Estates upon Condition; 4. Luther Martin;
6. Figost of English Law Reports: 6. Digest or Laws in
?. S. Supreme Court; 7. Selected Digest of American
btato Reports; 8. Boes Notices; 9. Li.t o? Law Books
published nineo 1st September, 1806; 10. Summary of
Wo take pleasure in recommending thia work to
members of the Bar, both for what it is and what
it is not; both because it contains a great deal of
law, and because it contains no politics. It gives
tho earliost notice, in condensed form, of decisions
in thia country and England; it permanently ro
cords many which will nover bo reported, and, in
tho last throe articles, gives a great deal of inter?
esting iuformation in regard to booka and matters
connen'ed with the law, while tho original articles
aro not of much value to tho profession, they will be
found to possess n' cri t. That upon Bec ons trac?
tion, by HURD, the author of "Habeas Corpus,'
may not present palatable conclusions, but is writ?
ten in a judicial spirit, and tho review of Wallace's
Report is a just rebuke of tho flippancy of^the
present facetious and unreliable reporter sf the
Supremo Court of tho United States. Tho critic,
however, fails to object to tho cpithot "Corsair,"
invariably applied to tho Alabama by Mr. WAL?
LACH;, who, in doing so, Bhows disrespect to the
Court, of which he is an officer, and tho late record?
ed decisions of which sanction a very different view
of the Alabama's legal status from that implied in
tho foreign "Corsair."
Tho Law Magazine is published quarterly at |
$5 for the year's subscription, and is sold in this
city by E. G. DAWSON & Co., Mooting street.
THE GEEWAN LUTHERAN CHURCH.-The old
church, corner Hasel and Anson streets-hitherto
tho only house of worship of our Protestant Ger?
man population-has for sumo time been found
too small to accommodate tho increasing congre?
gation. There is a German population in Charles?
ton of bet-reon four and five thousand ; and we
may look forward, ero lorg, to largo accessions.
There have beon, for some time past, no less than
fifty applications for pews that could not be filled.
This matter has been under consideration for
somo time, and at last it was resolved upon to
erect a ne .v church edifice. On tho 10th instant
tho Vestry purohased tho property formerly occu?
pied by Father O'NRTLL, on tho wost sido of King
street, a few doors south of Vanderhorst street.
Tho lot has 125 feet front on King street, and is
159J feet deep.
This location is central, and in ono of thc finest
parts of the city. It is the dosign of tho vestry to
construct a largo and handsome church and a
school house, with ample accommodations. Tho
Sunday School attached to this congregation now
numbers 325 pupils, and Mr. HCFFMAN'8 Ge nea i
Day School 180 children, tho best possible proof
that the heart of the people is in tho work.
Tho meeting on Wednesday night waa well
attended, a large number, both of communicants
and members of the congregation, being present.
The mooting approved of the action of tho Vestry.
It was resolved that the old Church shrill be sold,
as soon as a suitable opportunity shall present
Committees were appointed to canvass tho city,
and solicit voluntary contributions, and as we
know our Gorman fellow-citizens for years have
helped others of every denomination to build their
churches, we hope that a helping hand will be lent
them in return, now that they are in need. There
aro many Germans hero of wealth and position,
some doing a large and lucrative business, and we
cannot doubt that they will be animated with a
spirit of liberality, and come forward with a hand?
It was also resolved, at tho proper time, to have
a fair to aid in tho building of this church and
Great harmony and unanimity pervaded all the
deliberations of the evening.
Tho following is tho committee appointed to
canvass the city :
ALBERT BISCHOFF, Chairman.
Ward No. 1.-F. E. Schroder, N. Fohronboch,
Ward No. 2-J. C. Lehmkuhl, H. Albers, G. C.
Ward No. 3.-F. Wehmann, J. C. H. Claussen,
B. BoUmann, H. Klatte, Honry Bischoff.
Ward No. 4-Lower Halt-J. H. Floger, G. W.
Steffens, Henry Gerdts.
Ward No. 4-Upper Half.-J. C. Ojemann, W.
Brungcs, Jacob Small.
Ward No. 5_J. C. Otgen, J. Haosloop, Otto
Word No. 6_J. C. Woniora, J. H. Albers, W.
Ward No. 7_C. Sahlmann, L. L?tgen, J. H.
Tietjen, A. Lindatedt.
Ward No. 8.-W. Martcber, Jacob H. Kalb, L.
Buck, and F. Puckhaber.
CHARITABLE SCHOOL.-Miss MART A. EDIE, gene?
rally known during the late war as the "Soldier's
Friend," is engaged, as many of our readers know,
in soliciting aid for the establishment of a school
for the benefit of the children of those who have
been made poor by the war, to bo located at Co?
lumbia, S. C. She has tho endorsement of Gen.
HAMPTON, GOV. ORR and others. D. L. MCKAY,
Esq., President People's National Bank in this
city, has been appointed "to re.eive contributions.
Misa BUTE is at the Mills House.
THE APOCALYPSE, the latest production of JOHN
MARTIN and GUSTAVE DORS, with tho original Mil?
ton! an Tableaux of Paradise Lost, from London,
opens at Hibernian Hall on Monday evening next,
the uniform testimonials of approval elicited from
tho press of both this country ?nd Europe are
confirmed in the impressions which the exhibition
makes upon overy class of witnesses. The fol?
lowing encomium from one of the most distin?
guished divines of Burope shows that the exhibi?
tion is deserving of the many and complimentary
notices it has received from the press of this
country : "St. James' Hall was filled last evening
to its utmost capacity. Many were unable to ob?
tain seats to witness these celebrated tableaux.
Never have we seen anything on canvass so terri?
bly grand and sublime. Heaven, hell, chaos, and
paradise are reproduced, as described in MILTON'S
great poem, illus tra ting the grandest subject with
in the roach of mortal imagination. To be prop?
erly appreciated they must be seen, and we will
not, therefore, attempt a description of the grand,
beautiful, and sublime scenes portrayed, but ad?
vise our citizens to visit the tableaux, as they will
prove both highly interesting and instructive. It
is deserving of the many and complimentary no?
tices it has received from the press.
It has become proverbial that those laboring
under Bronchial Affections are more sanguine of
cure, mare buoyant with hope, than sufferers from
other diseases. It is a wise provision of nature in
assisting to overthrow the complaint which is
slowly, gradually undermining the system. Pecto
rial Balm has gained a most favorable notoriety in
tho treatment of all diseases of tho Lungs, and is
now prescribed by our most eminent Physicians.
For sale by all druggists.
DOWTE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agents.
NEW KORK STEM ENGINE CO.
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAB WHEEL BOXES,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREBOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 Omo
Havana Flan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY A CO., MANAGER?.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH VND
30th each month. Scheme, 30,000 tick/its-J27
prizes. Whole tickets. ?16; halves, ?8; quarters, $4.
1 Prize of.$60,000 2 Prizes of.$4,500
1 Prize of.830,000 29 Prises o:.SL00?
1 Prize of.$8,950 Ki Prizes o '.WOO
1 Prize of.?8,000 166 Prizes ol.?300
220 Prises of $200.
S4 Approximation Prises amounting ts 03.098.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
$1 to ?10. _
Circuir? sent lree. Drawings mailed aa soon ss the
Lottery ls drawn.
a "drat H. T. PF-fEBS, United Stiles Licensed Agent,
No. tft jaasei sceei, Cu-rieston,S. c., c:?c Boxc/JTr.o.
November 10 Soco |
HARRISON BARNET. MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER Of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pin., Tassels, Gimps, Loops. Cords, Ac; White
and Barf Hollands; No. 128 WILLIAM STREET, between
Talton and John streets. Nsw York.
Store and Offioo Shades made to order,
December 2* so wi 6n>0
A ix- tlon Salo? Tbl? Day.
Entras A Bes will ?ell this day In their (tore. No. 79
East Bay, at ll o'clock, liquors, wines, coffee, lard, sugar.
Bundoo bagging, fcc.
R. M. SUasiiAix A BRO. wiU ?ell this day at tholr
salesrooiu, No. :? Broad street, st ll o'clock, a draft
horse, mule, cart, fcc.
BOWERS .V SILO x will seU this day in their store, No.
127 Meeting stroot, opposite Market, st half-past 10
o'clock, an assortnent of furniture, chairs, Ac.
MOKAT & CAMPDI?LL wUl tell this day at their ?ssh
auction houso. No. S5 Hasel s uro? t. opposite ?ie Plat?
onice, at 10 o'clock, lard, butter, green tea, &o. ; also, the
furniture ol a family leaving the city.
MILES DRAKH will soil this day at his store, corner
r King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, SO cases of
bo >ts and shoes; also, a varied assortment of dry goods,
fir nianing goods, hosiery, clothing, Ac.
1?MTT0 & MCGILLIVRAY wiU this day in front sf their
omeo. No. 27 Broad street, st 10 o'slock, horses, mu?as,
vehicles and furniture.
A Fact Warth Knswlng.
The best investment for sn Invalid, who suffers from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bo ttl* of PAKXIUX'S Ho?
pa tlc Bitters, as lt will ba sur? to give relief. For ssl* by
all Druggists. f
Meeting al* Hatchers and Baiters.
Resolved, That th? thanks of this body be tendered to
Mrs. EMILY A. JENKINS, for Increasing the appetites
of so many of our community with her COLLBTOX BIT?
TERS. MANY BUTCHERS AND BAKERS.
January ll faawO
To BAKXBS, GKOCKBS AXD FAKTLEBS.-Do you wish
Tlour warranted to maka good bread? Do you wish
Flour that wOl bring you custom? Do you wish Flour
that will make whits broad and n*t sour ? Then apply to
J. N. Rosaos. No. 62 East Bay, who has always a large
stock of best brands Giorgia, North Carolina, Baltimore
and Now York Fleur, in barrels, half sad quarter bags.
December 10 uirfflmoa
THE TIME TO ADVERTISE IS THE
The Daily South Cartlinism st Columb'a, is now sent
to ovory Fostofflco in the State. Being ike ?fflciel paper
of tho State, it wUl bs found st the present time ?spe?
cially valuable to merchants and others desiring to avail
themselves of a vary large circnlatica.
BREAM-usT CAESS, QarssLB CAKES, Murrara, BOLLS,
Ac, e'l mad? light aad wholasoms by using tte Piomuut
YEAST Pownsrs. If you would use^ Buckwheat without
having headache and eruptions, use th? Pioneer Yeast
Powder. Bakers wUl and this Powder reliable for Hat
Rolla, Tea Biscuit, ?c. Sold by
GRUBER A MARUN,
January 12 23 No. 23S King street.
~ 1 a . ? '
TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) EVENING, AT HALF
PAST 7 o'clock. Professors HOLMES sod GIBBES,
of the CoUege of Charleston, wUl exhibit in the College
Chapel, by means ef ?h? "BINOPTR1C LANTERNS." a
series of CHOICE PICTURES, selected especially for this
entertainment, at tho request of many who war? pre?
vented from ?tte ding former exhibition..
VIEWS IS ENGLAND, .
ITALY AND SPAIN.
Beautiful Statuary, Chromotropes exhibiting Kaleido?
scope Changes, and the wonderful Dissolving Views.
Tickets CO cents, children under 12 half price.
Tickets at "Holmes' Book House" and at the door.
180 NIGHTS AT ST. JAMES' HALL, LONDON.
Opens monday Evening, Jun. 21st,
AND EVERY EVENING DUBING THE WHEE.
GRAND MATINEE, SATURDAY, S O'CLOCK.
THE TWO MOST EXTRAORDINARY EXHIBITIONS
OF THE AGE COMBINED.
TABLEAUX OF THE APOCALYPSE,
OR THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS ILLUSTRATED
Together with the original
MTLTONIAN TABLEAUX OF PARADISE LOST.
Prices of Admission. 75 cents.
Children_. SO cents.
Doora open at 7 o'clock Commence at 8 o'clock.
Diagram of HaB at J. M. GREER'S BOOK STORE,
King street, where Secured Seats eau hs obtained during
tho day. 6* January 17
W. W . HARLLEE,
MARS BLUFF, S. C.,
PRACTICES IN THE COURTS OF LAW AND EQUI?
TY for Darlington, Marion, Horry and Williams?
HARLLEE A BOYD, Darlington. Ornoo at Darlington
HARLLEE A HARLLEE, Marian and Horry. Office
HARLLEE A WILLSON, Williamsburg. Office at
Kingstreo. Imo_January 18
HARLLEE & WILLSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
WILL PRACTICE TN THE DISTRICT OF WILLIAMS?
OFFICE AT KIWGSTREE.
W. W. HARLLEE, JNO. O. WILLSON,
Mars Bluff. Kingstree.
January 16 _3nao_
D. c MCINTOSH,
ATTORNEY AT HW AND SOLICITOR IK
WILL PRACTICE IX THE COURTS FOB THE
EASTERN CIRCUIT, embracing the Districts of
Chesterfield. Marlborough, Darlington, Marlon and Wil?
Prompt attention given to colludion of claims.
Office st Darlington Court House.
Moears. ADAMS. FROST atCO* Charleston. S_ C.
Messrs. G. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Charleston, 8. C.
Messrs. J. A J. D. KIRKPATRICK, Charleston, 8. C.
Gen. JAMES CONNER, Charleston, & C.
Maj. ED. N. THURSTON. Charleston, g. C.
J. ELI GREGG, Esq., Mars Bluff.
T. D. MERNAUGH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 30 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
December 18 tuiSma
EDWARD M. L'ENGLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
?TTTLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS IN BAST
R?f?rences-MOOBADT k Son, An AK? k FROST, WM. MO
BrmivgT, Esq. _fOmo*_December 21
rmi UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED ASPABT
1 NEBS, and propose to practice in the STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY- for the District, ot
Barnwell, Beaufort and Co?etes, under the name ana
styl? of "DAVANT."
Office, for the present, at GLLLISONVLLLE. South
Carolina. R. J. DAVANT.
November 28_fm_J. C. DAVANT.
TO FACTORS AN? PLANTERS.
rriHS SUBSCRIBER TS PREPARED TO RECEIVE
J. sad Gin en Toll all Sss Island Cotton sent to his Mill,
on DIB's Bluff, on Jasase* Island.
January ?_tufa_GEO. F. HABEBHICHT.
SOUTHERN CAPITAL ! SOUTHERN LABOR
GEORGIA SOAP ANDCQEMICAL WORKS,
BRUNS Sc BEE, Na. 78 East Bay,
BOLE AGENTS FOB CHARLESTON, B. C,
TT A VING BEEN APPOINTED'AGENTS FOB THE
JLJL above works, wo are propared to furnish the Tr Adc
with SOAP at the same price ss could be obtained from
the works direct, We guarantee this Soap to be equal to
any in the markst Give lt a trial, and we are certain that
you win agree with ns. Imo su January 7
C. C. WIGHTMAN & CO.,
MACHINISTS AND GENERAL REPAIRERS.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINS AND ELdCKSMTTK
WOBK dane at the shortest nodos.
TURNING IN WOOD for building sat! other purpose?.
Orders for the same respsckfally solicited.
Turning in Wood by Steam Power.
TURNING DONE AT THE 8HORTB8T NOTICE, AXD
cheaper than Northern prices. Apply to
C. C. WIGHTMAN fe GC*,.
December 28 ftalmo Queon-straot, near Hsatt&gv
BARLOW. THE OLD OPERATOR, HAS THOROUGH?
LY renovated and fitted ap the Old Star Gallery,
and is prepared io take all ktnds of PORTEA UTS. He is
thankful ter peat patronage, and further solicite a shara oi
tho trade. Ha has al so Photograpns of Confeder?is Gen?
erals, Ordinance of Secession, Views of City. Ssxmtor and
other Fortifications, at em?lasele ama retail, at ti X. COR?
NER KING AND MARKET STREETS, OWleaAoa, f JD.
N. B-Porcelain Portraits ana Xlatfal ta an. tag t, i ea.
abort not'jje and In best af style. Noreib* 1
DRY eOODS, ETO.
J. B. READ &
HATE TEMPORARILY REMOVED THE CLOAK
DEPARTMENT of thoir EST ALISIIMKNT to th?
REAR ROOM ?rc. H. JOHNSON'S H->T STORE. No. 2?!
KING, opposite HASEL STREET (READ'S OL I ' "LAC!
STORE"), -where, during tho few wcoks necessary U.
complete their NEW CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM, thoj
Trill bo happy to servo their friends and. the public
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 2 SS KING. OPPOSITE HASEL STREET.
TT7TI ARE NOW BELLING CLOAKS OF ALL DE
TT SCRrPTIONS at prices warranted to eire satisfac?
tion to purchasers.
fl ?^nT? *??\?eT,,!?ln*^?ln? of Ulo,a BLACK CLOTH
5w?SEF*^?5*<*?2 ??d ?13 formerly soldat
??TL-I *18: which, together with our ENTTRB
STOCK OF LADIES' COVERINGS, will bc offorod dur?
ing the remainder of the season at prices less than their
cost to manufacture.
J. E. BEAD & CO.,
NO. 9? KJNO, OPPOSITE BASEL STREET.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
THE HISTORY OE A BRIGADE OP SOUTH CARO?
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MCGOWAN'S BRIGADE, by J. P. J. CALDWELL, lately
an officer of the 1st Regiment S. C. V. 1 vol. 12mo.,
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GILMORE Sanes, LL. D. 1 vol.. Cloth Ext, $2.50.
A few sopi?s for salo by
Janaary 1* No. 385 KING STREET.
SOWETO UNIVERSITY SERffi^
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OP THE UNIVERSITY OE VIRGINIA.
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Southern Elementary Spoiling Book
Vonable'B First Lessons in Numbers
Richardson's Law, Vol. IS 1 T T,
Richardson's Equity, VoL 12 ( 111 one T0L
Simms' History of South Carolina
Holmes' Southern Farmer and Market Gardener
Carron** History of the United States, now edition,
revised and enlarged.
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Books, Pericfdicals and Stationery.
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1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
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A fine and large selection af NOVELS, by tbs most
celebrated authors. SONG. BOOKS, BOOKE for Home
AB the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the some.
Orders from the country ara respectfully solicited.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Importers of f. Mia Prate.
COB. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
F. M. BURDELL,
"?T7TLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
VT sad sale sf MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Office ss tbs corner of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, ba bosOTMsm. of State B...1V, where samples
may be seen..
BjuTsssacaa-Mr. C M. Furman, Mr. Theodore D.
Wagner, M tsars. John Fraser A Co., Messrs. Mordecai A
Oe., Messrs. Vf. C. Dukes A Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Mstthissse?. k Go.. Charleston, 8. C.
WILBUR & SON,
OFFICE AND BALES ROOMS,
Sos." 13 Hatti Xi aHsvtst strsxst stud So?. 1 and i
cm numoN, & c.
April 2 . xnwflyr
E. J. TOTEE.......JNO. K. GOURDIN
WHITE & GOURDIN,
Civil Engineers and Surveyors.
OWNJJTO- ONE-HALF O?* THE PARKER PAPERf
amU hiving seceso to th? whol. oollection at a
Umps, w e ?rs prepared t? execute all work entrusted t
our ?ar?, with asenrsey sad. sUxpatoh.
Cn'os : LAW BANGE, CBtsrlsaton, 8. a
TssysiwT * Isa?*
E APPLICATION Or DONE PHOSPHATE HAS
always twa boueQciol-tu? only OlIQculty bein? to
obtain a genuine article. Before o?oring BAUGH'S
PHOSPHAT': on the markot tho last season. I submitted
it for anslysis to Professor Shepard, of the Kouth Caro?
lina Medical Collat', who fully endorsed lt, and his
opinion hos now boca verified by actual exuerimeut by
our own Planters, who?? t ?eunony I have of tho su?
perior excellency of this Ph usp'.ia te. osi>oclally in the cul?
ture of Cotton, tn insuring a Rood Staad.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December IC sn Bwflmo No. GS EAST BAT.
OF ALL KINDS. AT /.OW PRICES; IKON AND
Stcsl Ploughs, Whcelb.\rrows, Trucks. Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Corn Sheller*, banning and Grain Mills.
Cotton Oms, Corn and Cotton Planters* Seed Drills,
Plough Costin*, Oin Goar and other Castings, Horse
Power Threshing Machine?, Guvao, Done Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime. Air, JOHN MOOEE,
December 10 arno Ko. 193 Front-street, Now York.
S TYAN ISLAND GUANO.
QA A TOS", BALANCB OF CARGO OF BRITISH
O \J V/ bark James Wilson.
This Guano was ?old to Glasgow, Scotland, whsro its
valus as a manure is appreciated at stare than I am of?
fering it on th? market. It was only after making a favor,
able arranger. ?nt with th* vessel as to (reicht, and upon
the strong endorsement and recommendation of Prof.
Shopard, that thc owuers allowod it to remain. It con?
tains 41 per cent, of Phosphate of Lime, and other val?
uable ingredients. Uixod with S to 10 por cent. ?f Pe?
ruvian Guano makes it one of tho cheapest and mott
valuable manures for Corn or Cotton.
Price-i20 per ton of 3240 lbs., cash, or $55 per ton,
City acceptance, with Interest, payablo 1st .- ovambor.
For sal? by J. N. ROBSON,
. January 16_wftnlmo_No. 63 East Bay.
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
Corn Mills, Corn Shelters, Food Cutters
Cotton, Cora and Gardon Seed Planters
Grain Cradles, fcythes and Sua tbs
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Hoos
Rice and Grain Fan Mills
Hand and Power Cotton Gins
Horso Powers-of all kinds
Reaping Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners.
AGENTS FOR THE
AGENTS FOR THE
NONPAREIL WASHING MACHINE.
LITTLE & MARSHALL.
NO. WO MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December .0 TS mwfJmo
PAINTS, OILS, ETC,
BOYLAN & TUERS,
MANUFACTURERS OF. AND WHOLESALE DEAL?
ERS in, WHITE LEAD. ZINC P.-.INTS. COLORS,
VARNISHES, Ac. No. ?8 MAIDEN LANE,
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
March 21 wfmlyr
ALBEE & WARREN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering our Stock of ]
Which is complete,
! GREATLY REDUCED PRIC?
City^and Country Merchants are
respectfully invited to giYe.us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 HAYNS STREET.
Sign Lamp Banner.
December 17 Imo
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
JOSEPH BOCK, .
(FORMERLY WITH JOHN MOOD,)
Manniact?riHi Jeweller ant SilTersiitli,
INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAT
he has taken rooms in Bea ufain street, near King,
to the rear of the establishment of Messrs. William G.
Whildon ti Co., where he wiH attend to all ordors for
j Manufacturing or Repairing any description of Jewelry
I or Silverware at tba shortest notice.
Masonic Jewels in sets or singly furnished to order,
-comber 10 mwf2me
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS.
GREAT WATCH SALE ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICK
PLA:. GIVEN G EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND
RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF TEN
DOLLARS. WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, AND
NOT TO BE PAID FOB, UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
100 Solid Gold Hunting 'Watches..$350 to $760
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches.200 to SOO
100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled.100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches_250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Lever?. 200 to""250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.ISO to 200
SOO Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 260
600 Silver Hunting Levers.. 60 to 150
BOO Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 260
Ot? GOld Ladies'Watches. soto 250
1000 Gold Hunting Leplnes. 50 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches. 50 to 100
2600 Hunting Silver Watches.. 25 to 60
5000 Assorted Watches, all kinds. 10 to 75
JO3- Every patron obtains a Watch by this sxronge
- nient, costing but $10, while it may bo worth $76 J. No
' partiality shown.-Ca
MBSBM. J. Hicaxwo b Co.-s G? ?VT Umo? WATCH CO.,
New York City, wish to lramedla le I r dispose of the ?bo vo
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming anieles, are
placad in sealed envelopes. Holders are entitled to tho
articles named on their certificate, upon payment ot Ten
Dollars, whether it be av 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 its worth, and as BO article valutfil less than. $10 is
usmed on any certificat*, it will atones be seen that this
is no Lottery, buts straight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which may be participated in sven by tho moat
A single Certificate win be ssnt by mail, post paid,
upon receipt cf 26 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty
three and elegant premiam for $6, sixty-six and moro
valuable premium for $10, one hundred and moat superb
Watch tor $16. To Agents or th otc wishing employment
this is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
butines?, duly authorised by the Government, and open
to th?most careful scrutiny. Try tu!
Aldrsas J. HICKLISG A CO..
fio. I*? Brasriwey. M. *.
WILLIAM H. GILLlLAiND & SM,
Beal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OVFI0X NO. S3 BAINS ?TRBBT.
JJ.jiu.i t ! Lupton .' J.t'/uvrs !
BY itRurcr) dc HUB.
WM bo .old, THIS DAT. 18th Instant, tn oar .tore. No.
"s Kant Bay, at ll o'clock,
20 caaes OLD BKANOV
20 cane. Old ?ourbnu Whiskey
2" cat.cs Old RolInncKlin
20 casca Old M-.-rrv Wino
_20 raaus Old Port Wino. January 18
Sherry Winr. Madeira Win'. Clartl Wine.
nv nitres & BBS.
WEI bo sold. THIS LAT. 18th instant, In our ?to?. Ko.
7H Kant lt.,, at ll o'clock
1 oa.k SHERRY WIN;
1 cask Madeira Win.
_?_*????r Olatret Wino._January 18
Chamnagne. Cider. Air, durst
nv BRUNS <fc BUB.
WM ba sold, THIS DAT. 18th iustant. in oar .tor? No
78 East Hay, at ll o'clock,
10 buketa CHAMPAGNE
60 case. Champagne Cider
00 cases Claret Win. ,
60 cases Gulden Ala
_26 bbla. Scotch Ale. January 18
BY KRUSS J. BGB.
WM bo .old THIS DAT, at ?ur atore. No. 78 Bast Bay,
10 bags GOOD RIO GOITRE
_10 kotis Lars'. January 18
Ilavana Sugar ! Havana Btgar!
BY BKl'19 ec H Aa CB.
WM be sold THIS BAT, at our store, 3o. TS Bast Bay, at
_6 boxes HAVA5A SUGAR. January 18
'Damaged Dundie Bigging, on account of Cn
dtrurritsrs ana concerned.
BY BHi ~S Ai USS,
Will be seid THIS BAY, at ?ur store. Ko. 73 East Bay, at
10 pieces DUNDEE BAGGIaTG, slightly dasaaged.
BT H. BI. MARSHALS. A BRO.,
Broker? and Auction*?T, 33 Broad street.
THIS DAY. 18th last, at ll o'clock, will be nold.
1 MULE AND O ART, 1 Spring Wagon, I Cart. 1 Draft
Hor.o. _ January 18
One Large Boan Drafl Horse-Ons Stallion, Sad?
dle and Droit-One New Dray and tinman ot
BT SMITH & McGIt.T.IVRAT,
Auctioneer*, No. 37 Broad street.
Will be ?old THIS iiAY, st 10 o'clock, in frant of th*ir
_ofice. . January lt
Hortles, Mulet. Vehicles arri Furniture, at Auction.
BT r.tiilTII Jt JHcOILLlr&AY,
Aactloarotf, ?To. S7 Broad atre?t.
Will be aold THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of their
HORSES, MULES. VEHICLES AND FURNITURE re
elTed up to heur of ?al*. Jaanary 18
JSooJs and Stets is close f.vnsvjnmsni.
BT MII/KS BRAKB.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, wlli bo ?old. at my .Ur?,
corner of Xing and Liberty .treats,
38 oases BOOTS AJtD SHOES, to cloe, wasignaaent,
'.?..e. ualiTTB- CALF BOOT?
Cases Gents' Calf Congress
C.SCB Gents' Calf and Kip Balmorals
Cases Gents' Calf and Kip Brogans
Cases Boys' Calf Congress
Cases Ladles' Poliah Boot.
Cases Ladlee' Goat Balmoral.
Cartoons Ladle.*, Misses' sad Children's Congress Bal
Immediately after lue aale of th? abor?, I will .ell a
varied assortment of DRY GOODS, Gent.' Furnishing
Goods, Hoalory, Notions. Clothing, Ac.
Term? cash. Sale positive._ January 18
Furni'urs, Chairs, oSc, etc.
BY II?WKRS dc 5ILC03C.
WM bo a?ld THIS DAY, in our Store, No. 127 Meeting
street, opposite Harket, at 10 S o'cloek.
BUBEAUS, SIDEBOARDS, Dining and Breakfast Ta?
bica, Bedsteads and Mattress**, Cribs and Mettre*.?*,
Lounge?, Cane Seat Chaira, Wood Seat Chair?, Work
Tables. Rocking Chairs, Wsahatanda. Ic* Hons*. Bar. of
Stael. Cooking stove*, atc., fcc.
Condition, caab._J angary 18
Sale of a Horse, said to be now, or lately, the
properly of Hie National Express and Transpor?
tation Company, lo pay claim of Jackson et
Douglass for livery of same.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SOff,
Brokers, Auctioneers and Real Estate
WM be sold TO-MORROW, 18th January, at ll o'cloek,
at the north of the Exchange, -i,
1 larRO BAY HORSE.
Conditions caah. January IS
Sales EVERY EVENING at 7 o'clock, by KILROY fc Co..
Ko. 339 King-stroot, of a (?enoral assortment of DEV
GOODS. Clothing, Fancy Gooda, Jewelry, Boots and
Shoes. Cutlery, Perfumery ?nd Soaps. January 18
BY MILLIGAN, BIELCI?KIIS dc CoT
On MONDAY, 21st inst., at ll o'clock A. M., at tho wharf |
foot of Vendue Range,
Tho Sloop EMILIE, of about 5 tons capacity. She ha.
been recently overhauled and put in thorough order, and
her Rigging, sails, fcc. are new.
Terms cash._January lt
USD KR DECKKE I1H EQUITY.
O'Neil cs. McKewn et al.
On MONDAY, the 21st instant, at ll o'clock A. M., wM
be sold, at Ute residence of tho lain Rev. Patrick
O'NojiL King streut, op'Kuute the Citadel Square, by
Messrs. LEITCH lt BRUNS, Auctioneers, ander the
direction of the Master,
ALL THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PICTURES,
and all the PERSONAL ESTATE of the lat* Rev. Patrick
Terms cash. J. W. GRAY.
January ?8_ fm3_Master ?H Equity.
Valuable Plantation near Bluffton and House in
BY JACOII COHKN & CO.
On TUESDAY, 22d January, at ll o'clock, at the north ol
thc Exchange, vail be sold,
A comfortable two-story .DWELLING and ODTBUILD
LN?S, on a ouo (1) acre lot, in tho town of BluHton.
All that TRACT OF LANI) kuown as Rose Dew Planta?
tion, situated on May River, four (*) miles from BlutRon,
containing one thousand (1000) acres of high land (about
three hundred of which are cleared) and seventy (70t
acres of marsh. This place has been under cultivation
this year, and the lands aro of the best quality for Sea
Island cotton and provinlons. On the place ls a barn,
gin house and ne^ro houae*. Also, belonging to the
above and a short distance from it, a tract of ons hun?
dred acres of Pine laud.
A TRACT OF LAND, within three (3) miles of Bluffkin,
i containing seven hundred and <ixty-two-and a-half (702
acres, all of which ia hevriiy wooded with Oak, Hickoty
and Pine; aud, being iinmedlaU-ly contiguous to May
River, could be made pror.tablo b y the aale or wood.
Tit cae lands, wlion cleared, ar j of tho best quality for Sos
Island cotton. Adjoining, and belonging to this place, is
ailfteen (16) acre lot, ona high bluff, on May River-for
a settlement and summer residence being perfectly
healthy st all seasons.
Tarma: For the House and Lot tn Bluffton ""cash;" fur
Ross Dow Plan tallou one-third (Hi) cash, balance in ono,
two and three years; for the other Tract o*i*-k?jf;??)
cash, balance in one year. Credit portion of abovo to bs
secured by mortgage of the property.
Purchasers to pay us for papers.
January * fiuwC C
Walnut Ilia Plantation for Bent.
BY LOCI? O. DcSAUSSGHa.
For RENT-A PLANTATION in Prince William's Par?
ish, Beaufort District, situated near Garden's Corner,
and about two miles from Combin?e Ferry. Th? place
Contain, about 160 acres, of which th.re sra 300 cleared
highlands. There ar? same negro qaartor. on thu
place-enough to accommodate twenty negroes. The
cotton and provision lands are of the best quality, and
I before the war produced abundant crops.
Apply at No. 23 BROAB STREET.
January 18_- ftu2
Residence in Coming street.
BY LOUIS E>. BcSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
THE DESIRABLE BRICK RESIDENCE, situate on th?
east side of Coming street, andr known by th? No. 26,
containing six upright rooms, drena Lng rooms, pantry,
private stair and piazzas. On the premise* are Brick
I Kitchen, Carriage House, fcc. Tb? Lot measures S3 feet
front by 160 feot deep. Apply, as above, at
January ll fmwg NO. 23 BROAD STREET.
Residences for Sale.
BY LOCI^D. lie S A II 8SURE.
At Privat? Sal?
THE REoiDBNCB at the northeast corner of South
RUT and Legar* 'treats. Lot measures 57 feat front by
161 feet deep.
The three story BRICK 5KMUKNCH. No.- S3 Moating
street Lot measures 42 feet ."!ront by 211 feet deep, and
116 feet deep on back line. Apply ?*Vy?V?* ;
January 15 taft No. 23 JROAP ?TBEET.
Estate Sale-Plantation in St. Andrew's Parish.
BY L.OT5IS E>. DcSAUSSNRZL
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, in BL Andrew's Pariah,
1 about Ava miles from Charleston, on tho 8tono River,
opposite to John's Island, belonging to th? estate af
Wilkes. The tract contains about 975 acres of load,
shout 725 of which ar? high land, th? balance narah
land. Excellent crops of Sea Island Coltan hsv? been
mad? upon tito place for several years. About ?00 aoras
of the land ar? cleared and adapted te the culture of
Cotton and Provisions, ?nd about ST to Bias. The place
ls planted this year, and has a fair crop upo? iL
' For particulars, apply to
January 15 tuf* No. 33 BROAD STRRBT.
I? THE BEST S" AMIL Y ?EWING MACHINE
I? THE WORLD.
IT 13 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LRASTOOM
PLIGATED, aa! the least "ab^ ?g^t^S i?c.t
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STTTCHK,: Lo^Knot,
Doublo Lock and Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
alike on both ?ides or tho fabric _... .
Tho work W?1 feed either to the right or left without
stoppln <? tho machine.
It will Braid. Tuck. Quilt, Cord. Ham, Fell. Bind.
Oather and Stitch on a Ruffle at tho same usa?, sad do all
kinds of Stitching required by Familias and Minnie*
^Itruns easily, and is almost noiseless.
It is tho moat rapid sawer In th? world, miking Ova
stitches to each revolution.
It uses th? ?ame size threads on both sidos of tb?
It oils no dresses, ?ll its miehlnory being on top of tbs
table. . .;.. ,
Its tension is aolf-adjnattai, and hence not liable to
break th? thread.
MACHINES may bo seen in 'operation at HAYDEN S
JEWELRY 8TORTA corner of King and Hasel ?"*??]
whore.tht, trrttb oT?be above wiU be demonstrate I to ali
who may eau.
Iii ovary District in tho Slate, to wi-om liberal induce
mont, will be offered. .. . _
For further Itrfowastica, ^*?SIKSZ CO..
?eneral Altate for ?.*.?- Carcilaa
Lani, fsutlri', (?Vrrn Tea, .wc Counters, ?l t?wja
ny OJfice Desks, Copying Press. Uinda-j-na
Sjiriny Wagon, Ihiggy and Pray Harness, Sad?
MrKAY A CAMPRE!,1,,
Ca?h Auction HOM. . rio. Oft Ifa-irl ?tree?, op
ponltr Srw Pdstoilioe,
wm ?ell. Tills DAY. nt io o'clock.
- tnbs prime LEAr LAl'D
- cho.u Green Te?
- kr;* Butter, bbl?. Wino
Case, Tomato Sanco
Store Count*] a. Office De:'!:?. Copying Pro??, tte., kc.
Kiadioma Spring Grocer'? WAGON, kc.
Lad iaa' and Genia* Kaduics, Buggy and Cart If arness,
Condition? caah. January 14
Furniture of a Family leaving Hie Cuy.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Cs?]? Ae.tion tiontr, opposite Hew Poatat
floc, Unart ?trfet.
Will ?oil, THIS DAY. at il) o'cloe.;,
COTTAGE BEDROOM SETH, Mahogany Ereavck, Up?
right ?id Cottage l!?.Utf>a<iIa. BuivaiiB, Marbia Top Ta?
ble, and Wanh.taiide. Mahogany Wanlrob?. Sliiaasoaard.
T?W?? "'U'i 0*rd *iaho3'"--r 'I'?1'!'?. Dining Tabla* Work
Hsir Boat ROPAS. T?,t?-c,Tete and ParlorChsirs. S_r-?>
.r?. Easy chairs, UBlcn ?ad Ballroom Chairs, MittreoHua.
BEU-iSZLS OAKPE?IJ, CoaVln-- and OOlco StorO", Ac.
CEOrrCHY, Glassware, <.*aina, T?niv-.? and Forta.
Wintlow ?nades. Wat? Ceolor., Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash. January 18
UNDER DBCHEE ?K ?CQ,UITY.
Gadsden it. I'roOiro.
Will be sold, undo." th? direction of tito sndoreiBauaai. at
th* old diatom Houo.. lu this city on TUUSDAY tho
Sth day oi rabruirr. 1S?7. st 11 o'cije]
All titi. LOT O.-' LA?i? ir. this citT formsrly itovm
as ikr laud on which "PBOTKItO'S Mild."' J4= ada.
f.o?ting sn Washington sire.? wettwajdly, and contain?
ing lo iront on s?id strp(.t 123 faei; northward!-;-on toads
belonging to tiic estate of Samuel Ham to tu? -"-tty!
of Cooyar Bivar; ?etitowardly on lund bo'.ongi"^ to
Sfohaxd P. Smith to tim cba-mal of Couper Lirai-; rad
.astwardt.r by lbs chanu?! of Cooper Hirer 1X2 ?eat, and
-.-.-.ra particularly daaiguatcd ?s Number M anti Number
14 ou ? ?ertaiii plat tbaraof tuado by Charles Parker, tiur
reyur. ou tho - day or July, 18.12.
Terms-So nindi cash ?a in-.y be requisito to pay tho
mortgage debt lu wis oasc. with interest ?nd costo, and
Ute balance in two eajusl successive animal instalnjouts,
with iiiMreot from date. payablo semi-annually, f-ci-uxad
by bo:.d of tho parchaiar and morbjago of the promises.
The purchaser to pay for payers.
JA? Da TLTPEB,
J?au?ry 17 fra Master in Equity.
t'SDBR DECREE IH E Q, Ll TY.
Carton ua. ".arson.
Will be ?eli, ander th? direction of th? undersigned, at
th? Old Custom House, lu tai? City, on TUESDAY, the
20th January, st II ?'clock. A. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho building? maro?
on, bains tho northern icntvmont of that throe story
brick Unentnut building, situate ou the aaa', side of East
Bay ?tr??t. nearly opposite Linguard strcrt, and known
by tho nnmbcr 14?-uie&surin?.in front on ?.*"-?
?Lr?et-foot, on *i"> h^viH. foot, mid ia
Terms-One-half cash; balance in two equal suorr-ssive
annual instalments, secured by bond of th? pm c usser
and mortgac? of the premises, with iulcrast irvin nay of
sale, payaula annually. Thc building? to bc insured and
poli oj assigned. Purchaser te pay for parer..
January lg fru? Haste-' in Equity.
CfiDER DECItEk. IS EQUITY.
BeilUshem Baptist Church el al. vs. John AfcOul
WU1 bs ?old, under tho direction of the undersigned, st
tko old Custom Houae, in lbj? cltv, oa TUESDAY, tho
3?th day of January. 1867. at ll o'clock A. ?.,
All those FOURTEEN LOTS OP LAND known as tho
YTLLAUB Or GBUMESVTLLK. ?Unat? in Borklcy Dis?
trict, St. Jame?' (Joose Creek rarish, on Fludd's old road
and branch waters of Cooper Rir?r, eaeh Lot containing
from 3 to 2>? acres, and haring such locutiou. linos aa t
improremanta as aro deline?U<l on a plan" of tho said
VlUsge, made for Va? purpose of lids sale, on tho 2d of
November, ISAC, by T. J. MeUiird, Surveyor, and to be
?e?n at this olllco.
Tanna-One-third cash: balases In one and two years,
secured by bond and mortgage of t?e premisos, with
privilege 'sf tb? purchaser to pay alt cash. Purcliasor
to pay for ropers. JAMES TUPPER,
Ja uary ll flu Master iu Equiiy.
UNDER DECREE Vt IS?i,UlTY.
Lutos rs. i'rio'eaii ct ai.
Will be ?old, under tho direction of the undersigned, at
tho Old Custom House in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
2?th day of January, 1807, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that TRACT OE LAND In St. Tilomas' Parish,
Berkoly District, containing 3947 aero?, the same being
composed of two tract?, one of which, containing about
liOO acres, was granted to Susan Cumbo in 1861; und tho
"tier, containing 2847 68-100 acres, moro particularly do
UneataKl OBI a plat of Northampton, mado by Charles
Parker, Surveyor, on 11th March, 1848.
Terms-One-third caab ; balance payable ia four equal
tuccessir? annual uutsisaonts, secured by bond and
mortgage ct Ute prtmlaes, with in tort? t from day of sale,
payabls annually. Purchaser to pay for pnpers."
Januaryl I_ftu_llaater In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EtkUITY.
Buist vs. Joseph.
Will ba ?old. undor tho direction of tba undersigned, at
the old Cuitom House, in this city, ou TL'li?DAY, th?
Satli day of Jaunnry, 1867. At ll o'clock A. M..
All that VALUABLE PLANTATION, with the improve?
ments thereon, know.: by thc name ol EETKitESSA,
situate in tbi*t part of I?crkoly District known as St. An?
drew'? Parish, on the cast side of Ashley Hiver, and on
both sides of the Dorchester ltoad, and a little over
twelve Laib.? from Ch,.neston. The Plantation contains
895 acres, moro ur If HS, and butts and bounds to tho north
and oast on lauds of John and Patrick O'Neill; souti by
lauds ol'-Touchstone, and wont by Ashley River,
as per plat o? samo mado by lt. K. Payne, Surveyor, iu
1 erres-One-fourth cash; balance payr.blo in five
equ:kl successive annual instalments, secured by boud of
th? purchaser snd mortgace cf tho promises, v.ith in?
terest from day of sale, payablo annually. Purchaser to
pay tor papers. JAMES TUPPEK,
January ll ftu Master in Equity.
UI3DER DECK EE IN EQUITY.
JSU?L ?adni/n?sfra?or'. cs. O'iogan et al.
Will be sold, under the direction of the mdendgned, at
tho old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
iath dur of Jaanarr 1867, at ll o'clock A.JI.,
All that LOT OE LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
ait at.- on tho east ?ide of Coming street, in the City of
Charleston, and designated by the numbers ICU and 162,
measuring iii front on Coming street forty-three 143) feet,
and in depth from east to west ono hundred and forty
(140) feet, be tho same more or loxa. Bounding north on
lands now or formerly of Catharine Bennett; south by
lauds of John J. Lalor; east by lands of -, and weat
by Coming street. ?
Terms-Ouavthird cash ; babines In ?vo equal succ?s
sir? annual Instalments, secured by bouds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage ol' the promises, with interest from
day of ?ale, payable annually, the buildings to bo insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
January**ll rta . Masterin Kquit?,
TJISEE? DECREE IT H?4CITY.
Mlicheu vs. narden.
Will bs sold, under the direction of tho undara igned, at
the old Custom Houae. in this city, on TUESDAY, the
29th day of January. 18ST. at ll o'clook, A. M.,
1. All that HOUSE AND LOT, on the south side of
Beauiain street, in thia city, known by the Lumbar 31,
and measuring ia trout on said street tweury-flva (26)
feet, and ia depth silty (SO) feet, moro or loss. Bounding
east, by laud of (t. Garden ; weat by lan.t of R. Holloway ;
north by Bsanfaba stree:, aud south by laud ol' G. W.
2. All that LOT OP LAND, with tba buildings and im?
provements thereon, ?icuata cot the north aide of Wost
street, in thin city, and uiaasuring in trout on Westeiroot
thirty-fly* (SS) feet, and in depth one hundred and forty
(140) feet, mere or less. Bounding Ito the north on land
now or Ut? or Richard Holloway; to th. south on West
strait; to th? saut on land BOW cr lat? of Mr.. Puter, and
to th? west oat land now or late the property of the es?
tate of John Y. Bradley.
Tarma-One-third cash; balan?a in throe snonoaslvo
annual instalments, secured by bond of the purolmsar
and mortgage of tho promises, with interest from day of
sale, payablo annually. Buildings to bo insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pey for papara.
January S tuf Maa tar m Equity.
UNDER DECREE IX EQUITY.
Strain vs. Limthouse.
WU! be sold under th? direction of the udcrdgaed, at
th? old Custom HOU??, in this city, on TUESDAY, tho
23tb day of January, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.,
1. All that LOT OF LAND on the weat sida of T.ime
houss street, in this city, known by tho n um ban* s, on
tho plan of the nuada of Hobart Limttllouse, and Bteasur
Imc an. Limebon** str*?t thirty-seven (S7) fest, and in
depth one bun tired and five feet ?105 feet), more or loss.
.. All th-?t LOT OP LAND adjoining th? above ui th?
south, of the sama dimensions, sad knswn hy the
numbsr 6, on the sam* plan.
S, AU that LOT OP LAND on tho north alda of Trodd
street, know* by the number 37, en tho plan of tho
A. All that LOT OE LAND adjoining th* abovo on tho
west, and knows by the musher SS.
G. All that LOT OP LAND ?djotning the last above oa
tba wost, and known by th* aumber Stf.
Terms-One-fifth ooah; balanc? in Ure ?qual suocss
sira instalments, sea ural by bond of the purebaavtr and
mortgage of the ?remisos, with interest front day of sale,
pa rabi? aura nally. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Jaassry ? tau* MasUr in Equity.
At Private Sale or lo Lease for a Verm of Tears,
a most valuable Rice and Sea Island ' Golton
Plantation on Pon Pon River.
HU CLIFFORD atc MATIlEWEi,
Ketti Estate Agents, Mo. 6? Braavd strsatt.
Ooatsinras 1200 sores-80S acres elearvd and under
bank, SOS acres high land-all ia good order and now
ready for nbtnUni;. Buildinijs to accommodate ons hun?
dred Lands or more. With the pla?, will be sold mules,
stook ?cd flats, ks.
For terms, Ac, asply as above. .
January 14 _?-Wra
Valuable Sea Island Cotton and Rice Plantation,
on the Ashepoo River.
BY CLIFFORD ii MATHEWS*,
Real Estate Agents, Ko. 56 Broad Stroet
At Private Salo
BEA L3LAND COTTON AND RIO* PLANTATIOH. CO
the Ashepoo River, sear the Charlot ton and fe? ,-t~fr*h
Railroad, containing 1380 acres of land-400 seres of y. > ?b.
land cleared, S60 seros of rice land under bank, wig?
good landings, and s healthy ramm? residunce. On
the place is s dwelling and outbildiuga, stable, fcgfg,
overseer's house, ?nd good negro quarters. Larra ema
have bean roads on these lands, which are of tho t"t
quality, and situated at a fine pitch of tide for flo-ring
and draining. mw? Janaary 3 '.
Valuable Sea Island Cotton Plantation, tctU stocked
teWiin 2 miles of die City.
BY CLIFFORD & JttATH*'WES,
K?l Estate Agents, Ko. 50 Bro ta si stress.
AVVILUABLFSBA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION,
in complete order, on Wappoo Creek -"-A lUva? to
St Andrew'? Pariah, containing about 500 acraj,^ ?
t-.hi.-i, ?r? olnarmd ?nd in jomplote orSor for planting.
TB. nl?oe ul?e?^taodTw?th dwelling and outbuildtafi?,
tarni. T?bl? an? Heda for stock,, cotton house
LS! Vnsta ord.r. good negro quarters .ma leuce?,
~,rl _* MU.MA ruvwar and Krist mflL Wltfi 100 corea
of^od^?0yarT*AA? orchard of 1000 cUoio. bearing
a TUTTT.KS- 1 Horse, lt head of Cattle, 20 head of Hogs,
lO?Vbuahol? of Cora, and Forage to feed SO horses tor
0nTae*^above Plantation is within 2 miles of the city,
accessible by land or water, and the land ls of the beat
quality, and under a high atato of cultivation,
january lt '_myra
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, ?-Cj, at Auction,
BY ?iuiTH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
Ko. 27 Broad street, south side, near Strata
Sales sf FURNITURE, kc, st private residences ?*
tendod to at mod?raU charges._^ _____ _a
Auction arory WEDNa?DAY for HORSES. TBHIpX?|,
PUBKITURM, Ar*., st half-post 10 O'clock, st our afit?