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49? LARGEST CIRCULATION.-TB? VtfLY NEWs
EELS G IHE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RECOG?
NIZED AS HAVING -HE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE CITY OF CHARLtSTON. IT BUSHES HIE
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN INO IN TH E POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK. ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PC STOFFICE
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1SG7.
.4reno?: SALES THIS DAY.
JOHN G. MILNOR & Co. will sell, this dav, at
their auction salesroom, No. 133 Meeting-street,
dry gooda, boots, dee.; also, clothing, stationery,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY will sell this dav, at the
old Customhouse, at ll o'clock, building ?ot East
side Smith-street; residenco East side of F.tt
street; farm at Eitrht Mile Pump; two large- build?
ing lots South aide of Beaufaiu-streot.
JAMES TUPPER (Master in Equity), will poll ibi?
day, at the old Customhouse, at ll o'clock, lot of
land West side Percy-street.
JAMES W. GRAY (MaBter in Equity), will sell
this day, near the old Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
tract of laud on Charleston Nee!;.
R. & A. P. CALDWELL will sell tin's day, beforo
their store, at 9$ o'clock, fifteen kegs butter.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL w?l sell this day, at their
auction house. No. 130 Mceting-stieet. at 9i o'clock,
balance of contents of dry goods store.
L S. K. BENNETT will sell thia day, at the old
. Postofnco, at ll o'clock, fifty-one shares gas stock.
MILES DRAKE will sell this ilay, at his store
corner Kiug and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
dry goods. c!o< bing, hats, ric.
U. W. STEFFENS <!k Co. will sell this day,
front of their t tore, at 9* o'clock, hams and bacon.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this day, in lront of
their store, at 9i o'clock, sides, shoulders, hams,
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown'i
wharf, at 9J o'clock, sides, shoulders, hams, Ac.
LAUREY & ALEXANDER will sell this day, be?
fore their store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'cloclt
butter, rice, apples, &c.
MEDICAL SociErY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The
niversary meeting of this Sacietv was held yea tel
day at the Roper Hospital, and the following ofli
eera elected for thc year ensuing :
R. A. KINLOCH, M. D., President.
F. M. ROBERTSON. M. D., Vice-Presideut.
J. S. BUIST. I D.. Secretary.
J. L. ANCRUM, M. D., Treasurer and Librarian.
Dre. T. G. Prlolean and F. T. Miles were re?
elected Trustees of tho Roper Hospital.
Owing to the stringency of the times the usual
anniversary dinner did not come off yesterday.
A NEW SUV.- The merchants of rist Bay wero
greeted witL a new sign yesterday, that recalled
the past fe?' cibly. At the corner of Accommodation
Wharf and East Bay Messrs. Jo ? Ferguson &
Co. have placed a handsome sign-board, contain?
ing the names of the different 1 ors and cottou
merchants whose officoa are on the Wharf. This
list is surmounted by a handsome representation
of the well known steamer Planter, loaded with
cotton bales, and gallantly bearing her freight to
her destination. This sign-board will be both or?
namental and nse?iL, as many persons from tho
interior are ignorant of the wharves on which their
factors' offices are situated.
SOUTH CAROLINA MACHINERY IN LOUISIANA.-III
the "Empire Parish,' pnllished at Point-a-la
Hache, La., November 23, we find that tho "Empira
Pariah Steam Rice Mill was successfully tried on
the Saturday previous ; that the said mill had been
built by Messrs. J. M. Eason & Brothers, of |
Charleston, S. C., and that the machinery was pv.t
up under the supervision of G. W. Shokes, assist?
ed by Benj. Kinloch, Ed. Mulley, and E. Waite,
skilful and experienced carpenters of South Car?
We take pleasure in chronicling a fact so credit?
able to Carolina industry, and Irpe that this may
not bo the last case of the kind.
SALT WATXB FROZXN,-The cold snap yesterday
morning proved to be more severe than was sup?
posed by those who are not addicted to eaiiy
rising, and who came out only when the sun had
warmed the atmosphere. The mill pond at the
southeast corner of Calhoun and Rutledge streets
was frozen near the edge of the land; but the un?
usual sight of salt water eohdified by Jack Frost,
waa enjoyed only by those who had the temerity
to face the morning air before Old Sol had mt.de
himself felt. It is a rare occurrence for salt water
to freeze in thin city, and, among the weather
wise, it is considered a sign of extreme cold
weather in the prospective.
UNITED STATES CTBCUIT COURT-FOUBTH CIRCUIT
-Hon. George S. Bryan, D. J., presiding.- Colum?
bia, Decembar 7.
In Re Daniel WUliams-Petition for involuntary
bankruptcy. D. Williams declared a bankrupt.
On motion of W. R.Watson, attorney for creditors,
ordered, that the time given to the Marshal for
seiaure of property of bankrupt be extended to the
16th of December.
In Re B. S. Moore-Petition for involuntary
bankruptcy. G. W. Wilhams, Ero. Pet.
In Re T. S. M ?re & James Mason-id. Id. The
petitions were read, and on motion of G. W. Wil?
liams, Judge signed orders of reference to W. J.
dawson, Register of Fourth Congressional Dis?
FIRE IN COLUMBIA-DESTRUCTION OF GIBBES'
HALL.-This buuding, says the Phoenix, the very
first one erected in Columbia, after the destruction
of the city, was entirely consumed Sunday night.
About half-past 9 o'clock, smoke was observed
issuing from the second story windows, and in a
few minutes, tho entire edifice was in flames. Tho
lower story was used as a store, and contained a
quantity of bacon, liquors and other inflammable
material. The upper story was a hall, and had
been occupied by the courts, as well as for exhi?
bitions, ever since its erection. The building and
stock ofjjcods"we.re valued at fully $9000-insured
for about one-half. The firemen were promptly on
the spot, and worked faithfully. The cause of thc
fire is unknown, as it is said there had been uo fire
about the premises in two days. A file of soldiers
from the garrison assisted materially in removing
articles from the burning building.
THE MOSQ'JITOES' REQUIKM.-With the approach
ofWinter .''-ese annoying insects have cease! their
attack8; tl toy have sung their requiem anti have
retired from tho scenes ol busy life. Their songs
aie -?ow hushed, but where they have gone is a
mystery. Few persons have ever seen a dead
skeeter, for it is a rare occurrence when they are
slain, as they ere vigilant, watchful und brave,
and sting tho band that would Finite them.
Whether they hibernate and awake each Spring
with renewed vigor, or whether they dry np and
disappear and are born again by coming up out of
the water, is unknown. They are, however, said
to be remotely connected with the gent?o wiggle
tail, but when they emerge into upper air they lose
all fondness for water and assume a blood-thirsty
disposition that vents itself in frequent attacks
upon helpless bipeds. Aside fr .mi these amiable
qualities the skeeter is something of a musician,
though not of the angelic order, and he has a
playful manner of presenting his bill and demand?
ing payment on the spot after the mancerof thc
ancient Shylock. The musquito is common to
both rioh and poor; he frequents the palace and
the hovel, and if it were not for tko Christmas holi?
days be would be a constant guest. Fortunately
he is not partial to cold weather, and one great ad?
vantage of tho present season is that pavilions are
discarded, mosquitoes at a discount, and green?
backs and green bushes, Christmas trees and
Christmas gifts at a premium. With no musquitoes
io torment us, no bills to pay until January, and
nothing before us but the Japanese aii? enjoy?
ment, the old year should pass peacefully to his
rest and be buried in a becoming manner.
NEW FANGLED STREET CARS.-The people of New
Orleans are rejoicing just now in the possession of
the latest wrinkle in the shape of street cars. The
principal new feature in these cars is the "crown
truck," which, besides beiug an admirable preven?
tive against accidents on the track, does away with
the unpleasant lurching and concussions so fre?
quent in the old style of cars. THae cars are sus?
pended by pendulous connection which prevents
any jarring or noise. Tho brukos are also detach?
ed from the car body, which prevents any jarring
or unpleasantness when they are applied. The
mules inte:.d?d for service upon the road will have
cause to rejoice, if mules can bc supposed to ex?
hibit appreciation, for their comfort has been care?
fully studied by the designer of these new cars.
The drawing apparatus is ingeniously arranged, so
that in starting ihe animal jerks against a "draw
spring." which will permit him to acquire a motion
forward of several inches, which acting Hgainst
the delicately suspended car, puts the body of the
car, with its load, in motion, before the wheels
commence to revolve, the wheels following with
but little extra effort on thc part of the mulo, tho
anim?l escaping thereby thc usu?l slipping an?
.straining. Other now features have also been in?
troduced in these cats. One of these is the plac?
ing of Venetian blinds upon Ihe rear door and win?
dows, which now let in the sun so uncomfortably,
and the fixing of a looking-glass upon the apron
of the roof in front of the car, by which the dtiver
will be able to see when persons have succeeded in
getting in and out without turning round. Those
who have been witnesses of the many unpleasant
and painful accidents which have occurred from
the inability of the driyer in many instances to
know Just when to stop and start, will fully appre?
ciate the value of this new feature:
GAME.-Every train that reaches th: city brings
as a portion of its freight a plentiful supply of
game, which is increased by the quota furnish? 1
by tho boats from the islrmds. It is uot au unfre
quent occurrence to heir nogroes crying their
game in tho streets, and. as the supply is greater
than the demand, it can be obtained at moderate
prices. Thc markets aro well stocked with tho
various kinds of wild fov.-l, that are abundant at
this season, while haunches of venison are almost
as common as beet.
NATIONAL POBTBAIT GALLERv of eminent Ameri?
cans, from original Paintings by Alouzo Chappc-1,
with Biographies by E. A. Duyckinck. Now York:
Johnson, Fry & Co., No. 27 Beoktnau-street. Mr.
Brinson, the agent for this work, is in the city at
present, and proposes to wait on our citizens for
their patronage. The book is to bo composed ol
sixty-two numbers, each costing twenty-five couts.
Each part will contain two original engravings on
steel. The gallery contains tho pictures of South?
ern generals and statesmen, as well as those of the
THU GRAND CHRISTMAS TEEE noticed n few days
sinoe in the columns of tho DAILY NEWS, has been
placed in Commins' Hall, No. 137Meetiug-street,
and will bo exhibited to tho public on Thursday,
the 12th, instead of Monday, tho 16th, as was first
stated. This tree has been prepared with great
care by the ladies of St. Paul's Church, and will
repay a visit, as a ticket of admission entitles the
holder to a gilt from the tree, the said gifts being
often double tho value of the money iuvested. The
proceeds are to be devoted to defraying tho cost
of the new organ recently procured by the church.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At tho Anniversary Com?
munication of Kingstree Lodge, NJ. 40, A.*. F.\
M.-. held at Kingstree on the evening of the Cth
inst., the following Brethren wero elected as offi?
cers for the ensuing Masonic year :
Brother S. TV. MAURICE, W. M.
Brother J. s. BKOCKINTON. S. tl*.
Brother Vf, J. TISD \LE. J. W.
Brother M. SCHWARTZ. Treasurer.
Brother LOVIS JACOBS. Secretan-.
Brother J. I*. BuNNEAl', Tvler.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Mitts House.-Henry S. Par?
ker, Wiunsboro; G. Fitzsimons, Jr., Belfast; Rev.
P. Hughes and sister-in-law, Belfast; S. B. Mont?
gomery, New York; F. H. Underwood, Boston; Br.
IV. B. Reynolds, Washington, D. C.; Nicholas M.
Charleston Hotel.-Waker Elliugham, Augusta,
ja.; Wm. Finch, Bamberg; John Hopper, New
jerry; Dr. J. A. 8. Todd, Florida; Tho*. Kennan,
Memphis, Tenn.; Henry Berringer, Millville, N. Y.;
Daniel Fuld, New York; A. A. Perkins, Now Hamp
thire; L. TV. Perkins, Now Hampshire; James ?
-hester, U. S. A.; A. S. Solomon, Columbia; W. H. t]
Brown, Kershaw; J. C. R. Kendal, Yorkvillo; Thos. b
V. Elliott, Orangeburg; Charles Richardson and
adv, Clarendon. j ti
Pavilion Hotel. -Thos. P. Turner, Augusta; R. | tl
?. Logan, Kingstree; Samuel F. Parker, Marion;
?. J. Flinn, Lidia, S. C.; M. Marco, Lidia, S. C.;
?Vm. M. McNeil, Marion; E. L. Barre, wife and I E
?ephew, city; W. J. McCormick, Gainsville, Fla.; ' T
kl. M. Tillman aud Mrs. M. J. Tillman, Gainsville,
?la.; S. A. B. Shannon and lady, Flat Rock, N. C.
FORT SUMTER-THE LATE CAPTAIN MITCHEL.
iuimby & Co., as is well known, havo some su- j
>erb photographs of tho ruins of Foit Sumter, p]
.nd in looking through theso, and a number of
ither exquisite specimens of their wonderful art,
>ur attention w?s attracted to two views of "Sum?
er," showing the interior face of that historic for
ification, with its gabions and earthworks, as also
n exterior view, showing with marvellous aceu
acy the sloping ruins of the Southeast face, which
eceived such a heavy battering of shot and shell,
nd- for so long a period. These two views havo
leen mounted in a walnut frame, which also shows
he inscription from Dante, "Who enters here,
?aves hope behind," which WSB carved over the
rchway and entrance "to the fort, as also two
aedalhon openings, which are each filled with
lortraiu of the late Captain Joan C. Mitchel,
rho was commandant of the fort at the time of
tis death, in 1854-the ono above was tai 9n in
861, tho lower portrait in 1864,*both readily rocog
iizable as good likenesses. TYo learned that the J
lictnre has been prepared to "order, and is intend
d for presentation to a friend of tho deceased in I
few York, who, although not himself identified
rith the "Lost Cause," will prize this souvenir,
ommemorating as it does, the valor and achieve?
ments of one of old Ireland's yoang, but distin
ruished eons. It will remain at Messrs. Quimby
: Co.'s Gallery during this morning only.
L.A BOB-SAVING MACHINES-GOOD NEWS TO RICE
'LASTERS.-We had the pleasure yesterday of
eoing in operation a valuable now agricultural
nplement in tho form of a trenching and sowing
lachine, designed by Mr. Dotterer, and manufac?
tured at Eason's foundry. The machin D is de?
igned expressly for rice fields. It carries four
ranchers, aud tho same number of sowers, and,
y the attachment of a chain, "bush," or some
hing else that substitutes the harrow, the seed is
overed. The operation is very simple, and easy
o tho sower, as ho sits in a sulky-like seat and
las nothing to do but to drive and turn at tho end
f the rows. Tho tract of the wheels is only thirty ^]
riches. The machine, therefore, can be driven on bi
ho narrower banks of the rice fields. It can trench [?
nd sow ten acres per day-makes a trench four
aches wide, and any depth wanted. It sows from
no and a half to three bushels per acre, scatters
ho rice equally, with more precision than the
Every plauter should use this trencher. It will
ay for itself in a few days, as it saves seventeen
lands-twelvo hands to trench and mark off ten
?res per day, and five women to sow ten acres
1er day ; in tho place of which, with this machine,
inly one horse and ono man are required.
This new sower is not the mero impracticable
ancy of the inventor. It has been tried, and
bund serviceable. During the past season several
mndred acres were planted on tho Savannah | r
liver by machines similar lo this, hut not pos?
lessing all tho improvements of Mr. Dotterer'a in?
The successful performance of this machine was
ested yesterday in presence of severa! cxperienc- I j
id rice planters, leprosenting Cooper River, San- | ?J
ee, Waccamaw, Ashepoo and the Savannah. Mr.
Dotterer, we learn, is uow having a few of tho
nachines made at tho Iron Works of Messrs.
Casou & Bro., intending to havo them ready in
ime for the next rice planting season.
THE PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH OF THE
JOLT COMMUNION.-The opening exercises of this
School weie held at the Church yesterday morning
,t nino o'clock, thc venerablo Bishop of thc Dio
:ese, and the Episcopal Clergy of the city \
>eing present. A large number of the parents, j
;uardian8 and friends of the children were also in
ittendance, and occupied seats in the body of the
:hurch. Divino service wa3 held, and addresses
appropriate to the occasion delivered by thc rector
if tho church and Bishop Davis. After tho bene?
liction had been pronounced, the children wero
:aken to the school building adjoining, and tho
remainder of the morning was consumed in or?
ganizing the school and apportioning thc pv lils to
he different clasesa, according to their scholastio
No election for teachers has as yet taken place,
vith the exception of the principal, Mr. John
jadsden, but be will be ably Desisted by an expe?
rienced corps of instructors, and tho school be
nade equal to any now in the city. It is designed
:o have only seven classes, from the primary de?
partment, which will necessarily be thc largest, to
:hat which will prepare a pupil for college. The
joys' and girls' departments will be distinct, each
jeeupying a separate floor of tho building. Ono
:iundred and twenty-five pupils were registered
yesterday, but this number will be largely increas?
ed, as it is expected that tho school can accommo?
date between three hundred and four hundred
:hildren. The session of this school will bo ten
nonths, the usual vacations being allowed. Though
lot strictly a free school, the terras of tuition (fifty
:cnts per month) havo boen placed within the
reach of all, and tho management and studier
pursued, and general discipline, wiU be sufficiently
ittractive to cause the list of pupils to bo rapidly
Mr. Porter, the Rector oi the Church, has taken
a great interest in the education of bis little
charges, and it is to his untiring effort* in thc
cause, seconded by the Episcopal Clergy, that the
School owes its origin. Although styled the
Parochial School of tue Church, it was not de?
signed to be delusive, but ie open to pupils from
different sections of the city. During Mr. Porter's
ret.ent visit to the North, the charitably disposed
wero liberal ia their donations, and thc contribu?
tions received from this source were employed to
procure the furniture necessary for the School
BUSINESS SOI ICE?
If yon want cte .p Blank Bookr:;
if you want cheap Stationery. Envelopes, Pa?
per, &c.; or, MILLERS'Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
li you want Books bound in any atyk-, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ct
ruling, go to HIBAM HARRIS NO. 59 Broad street.
WE CALL ATTENTION to tho advertisement of Mr.
John Comtnir.s, No. 131 Meeting-street, nearlj op?
posite Market, where he offers United States Gov?
ernment McClennan saddles and harness, little
u'ed, at one-quarter their cost. It is certainly
worth tho consideration of all who aro engaged in
agricultural pursuits to call and oxamine them.
A CURE FOR COLDS.-The chango in the weather
is frequeutly productive of colds, that, if neglect?
ed, will prove serious. To avoid these disagreea?
ble consequences is but the part of wisdom, and
fortunately a euro has been discovered that is
efficacious. Wieter'a Medicated Cough Candy is
known to be a cort lin remedy for coughs and colds
and can be procured from the manufacturer. Dr.
J. IL Wiltberger. No. 277 King-street.
TUE AET PRESERVATIVE OF ALL ARTS.-WO have
recently had tho pleasure ol'inspecting a pamphlet
catalogue printed for Messrs. Wm. S. Corwin & Co.,
by Mr. Wm. G. Mnzyck, of this city. The pamphlet
in question is an excellent specimen of the typo?
graphic art, that would do no discredit to any
establishment South or North. This, in itself,
may not seem large praise; but when wo mon
tion tho additional fact that Mr. Mazyck is alto?
gether self-taught, we feel assured our readers
will agroe with us in admiring the energy, industry
and perseverance, that have been so laudably dis?
played in the acquisition ol' this useful art within
the short spac? of two years.
For restoring strength and appetite, use the great
Southern Tonic, PANSNES'S HEPATIC BITT^ t3 and you
tvill not bo disappointed. For sale by all druggists. tu
What id TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
?IPERIENT, and what are its effects? These aro quos
:ions which the great American public has a right to
isk. and lt also hu a right to expect a candid and satis
ttctory reply. The preparation is a mild ami gontle
saline cathartic, alterative and tome, aud is most care
nlly prepaxea in the form of a snow white powder, eon
alninR all thc wonderful medical properties of the far
amed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effect? we would say that those who havo tested
he pn-parati'-n are tho best judges, aud they declare
iver their own signal uros that tho preparation will
immptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
die. Cure every Bpeoles of hoodachc. TranquiUzo the
lervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Mitt
;ate tho pang.? of Rheumatism. Neutralizo acid hi tho
itomacb. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist the
tiling appetite. Cure thc heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remi ly ono trial, and it
rill Convince you of the above tacts.
TARR ANT A- CO.. Sole Proprietors, New York.
Poid by all rirugsists. 3mos September 12
Thc (?rand Secret.
The ?rand secret in medication it to help Nature,
ustoin and Rogulatc- these aro the Arpha and Omega of
ac only theory of cure that has common senso for ita
sein. If tho uervous System is shattered, t'. ; muleles
'eak. and the mind, like th? bo.'y, in a state of par
si collapse-what is it best to do ? Reason teaches us
ie answer : arito rp YOCB ?IAV. Brace him as you
ould brace a tottering edifice. The pabulum he nesds
i a Tonic Alterative. Bring him up out of tho depths of
lebility and Despondency with HOSTETTER'S BIT
ERS. They cannot Injure. A cuiid may Uko them in
oses suited to its years, without the possibility of hann,
he enfeebled vital powers aro as eura to respond euer
etically to iheir action os the wilted grass ls to erect Its
lades under the vivifying and refreshing rain. In all
tees of debility the BITTERS are absolutely required,
here is no sub-titute or succedaneum that will fill their
lace. Resort to the most wonderful of modern tonics,
id ALL WILL DE WELL. Bear in mind that in Dyspep
a, Intermittent Fevers, Bilious Disorders, and affections
the Nerves, no other medicine will produce one tithe
tho gcod effect that Invariably follows tho use of this
teelient INVTOORAXI AKD CORRECTIVE.
December 9 C
_HATS AND CAPS._
THE TEMPLE OF FASHION!"
TUST RECEIVED. THE LARGEST AND MOST C.OM
I PLETE STOCK OF
iATS, CAPS AND FURS,
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION',
And at price? that will compete with any other house
i thc city.
C. H. JOHNSON,
December 9 imo No. 269 KING-STREET.
FOR THE CURE OF
ouglis, Colds, and ail Bronchial
pms CANDY COTAINS THE ACTIVE PRINCIPAL OF
L fifteen plants, which are known to bc of tho most
mendal character torah Throat abd Cheat Complaints,
hildren can uso it without any risk.J Prepared and
dd only by
J. R. WILTBERGER, Apothecary and Chemist,
No. 1177 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
WM. G. MAZYCK~
Book and Job Printer.
PEAIS AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. IN ENG?
LISH, GERMAN, FRENCH OB .-PANISH. execti
ni in thc finest style and at rates which will
Ordern left nt the CHARLESTON LIBRARY BOILD
SG. corner Broad aud Church streots, or sent through
USTOFFICE BOX NO. SK), will receive immediate nt
?iiriou. 19 December 10
EFAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH SWINTON'S
1 PLANTED cINTERS by tue busht?at ?l.fO every
londay, Wednesday and Friday. R?-6taura't. supplied
t $1 2?. Leave \our < rder9 with Meosrs. FAlRCHIi D A
I .?MEIN, east end of LACRENS-STREET. stating street
nd number of residence.
December 7 *6
JOHN B. TOGNI,
So. 125 Meeting-street,
I17H0LESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EN HAVANA
>> AND DOMESTIC SEGA BS Fine Chewing and
?moktnsr Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Hoes, Wes: India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec
ioncry, and Jellies, Preserves-m Jara and Cans; Nuts,
"rench Fanoy Boxee, Malaga Grapes.
A full supply ol WILLOW BAsKErS, &c , &C.
Country orders promptl> ott ndoa to.
December 3 Imo
COLGATE & CO.\S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Oroo-rs.
October 21 3mo
LEAD PEMIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. ,T.
NO. ai JOHN STREET. :\K\V YORK.
4ALL STYLESAND SHADES CF LEAD PENCIL!-'
of superior quality arc manufactured and offeree
at fair teint* to the Trade. The public aro invited
to give (he AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL th" prc
THE rENCIL3 ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N ) i ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC ?lCHOOL, )
?:;OCSE?RINO DEPARTHEM, J
YALE COLLAGE, November IC, 1SC5. )
I have always recommended the f aber Polygrade
Lead Pc neil!? as'the only pencils fitted for both omnium
lal and mathematical drawing; but, niter a thorough
tr'al of the American Polygrade Lead Pencils, r.ian
ut. eturcd by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I hnd them euperior to any renell in usc, even lo
.ho Faber or tho old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil 'or ekotchinj, ornamental and
m* c'ianlcal drawing, and nil the- ordinary use3Cfalead
These pencils arc very finely ?raded and have a vcr;
sinioth lead; even the sottest pencils hold the point well;
(hov are all that can bc desired in a pencil. Jt givea mc
great pleasure to "oe able io issuie Americans that the;
will no longT bc. compelled to depend upon Germany Ol
:.cv other Mrcieu market for pends.
Professor ol Da ring, A..
AIL PENCILS liT.L STJWTEE:
MT 'AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CC. N. Y."
None peuuluo without t ;c C??CI name of the firm
look to it. _December 1 *
;KT. 6i THE THi-WEtIii.Y NE1VS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNS30EG' 3. C., AiFORDi A
profl'able medium for the ?dvrtisinfc public ci
We respectfully so'.;, t their patronage fbrcur Kutur.
GAILE\R1\ P?SPORTE9 ti WILLIAMS,
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS,
CHEAPER THIN THE CHEAPEST
Being determined not
to be undersold by any
one, we will henceforth
LARGE MD WELL-SELECTED
Which being Equal to any
At snell Prices that
THY US ASL) YOU WILL UK COX.
I. L FALK & GO.,
VEOLESALE IND RETAIL CLOTHIERS
NO. 303 KING ST.,
between Wentworth and Iiberty-St9
October 24 tbstu2mo3
Large Stock of
MEN AND BOYS
rHE TAILOBING DEPABTMENT SUPPLIED WITI?
an elegant assortment of CLOTHS, CASSDOB&E9
id VESTINGS, which will be made u;< under tho care
' s First-class Cutter.
io. 219 KING STREET,
Test Side, Ono Door Sonth of Mar?
8. W. McT?REO?S,
f.ILL AND WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE k CO.'S,
sTo. 213 King Street.
[TTE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
VV OF FALL AND WINTER CLO 1HINO, to which
'o invite those In waut to ell and examine before pur
basing elsewhere. Our facilities are such tl at we can
ffcr our stock ot Rcady-maao Clothing and Furnishing
ioods at such prices that will comparo more favorable
lian any other house In the line.
Our stock of Clothing were manufactured under our
wn supervision, and can sute that they are made up in
workmanlike manner, and of fashionable styles. Our
tock consists of all gradi*- Fine, Medlnm", and Low
In addition to the above, wo bavo on hand a very large
tock of YOUTHS', BOYS' end CHILDREN'S CLOTTI?
NG, of all qualities. I ?rents will fled it to their advau
ige to call and make s eclecUou. Our sizes range from
VOOTH to 18 years of age.
WHITE AND COLORED ELVEN SHIRTS, of oU quail
Les, and warranted to fit.
We offer a large ntoc't, consistina of Merino and Lamb's
Tool Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
nd Drawers, Canton Flapnel Drawers, Travelling Shirts,
ll colors, English Half Hoie, Suspenden, Bows, Neck
Na?, Silk and Worsted Scarfe, Silk and L. C. Handkcr
hiefs, hemmed and ready tor use; Gloves, of French Dog
kin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets ; Fr. neb Kids, Silk,
;ioth and Cassiiaere; Collars, of Linen and Papor, of
[.OW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer forFroeJmon'e use, at tho low price of FIVE
)OLLARS PER SUIT (Ssck and Panta),
We respectfully 60liolt a call rr m the citizens of
Marleston, and those visiting tho city, to our complete
tock of CLOiULNG AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
viii take pleasure in showing our goods to those who
nay favor us wi h a call, and we will guarantee that we
fill sell at such prices that will suit tho times, tor cash
ir city acceptant Ci. GEO. LU ILE At CO.,
No. 213 King 9treet,
October 29 rotastao?_Victoiia Range,
SPECIAL SALE OF CLOTHLSU
??TE OFFER AT COST, AT RETAIL, THE E-'.L
Vf ANCE if our WHOLESALE MOCK OE W*N?
TER CLOTHING, including an assoriment ol GOOD
JUSINESS S CIT.-, also C OJI.MUN CLUi'liiNG, suitable
or laborers. Any one in ?ant of the above ls requested
o call, and they will be surprised at thu low pr.o -i.
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
December 3 16 No. 122 Meeting street.
PUN FOR ALLI
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANT TERSON,
malo or f?male, can master the ?rcf.t ort of Von
rilcqulsm by a few hours' practice, making a world oi
nn, and after becoming experts thorr selves, cav? teach
ubers, thercov making It a source of mccmo. Full m
?tructious sent by mail for 60 cents. ?atiFfsctioc gvai
Address F. 0, Drawer 21, Troy, H. T.
Mav 13 lrr
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JOHN A. WAGENER, EniTort.
tr}DER TUE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
I pr poeu to publish a German Weekly Paper, to bo
ibo or?uu of tho Gorman population, aud devoted to ?ho
utercsts of this State, m encouraging Immigration and
Lnorature, Agriculture, Commerce, Arts aud Trad",
sill be represented In its co'turnus, sud the news oi the
Jay will bo given.
. i encrai JOHN A. WA GEN ER has kindly consented to
mriertake the editorial immajeniont for thy present
Subscription-S3 for Twelve Mouths; Si,60 for Six
Mouths; SI for Three Months.
Adverti>.enients inserted on liberal terms.
C. G. H?CKMANN & CO..
September Of. No. 3 Broad '.beet, cliarh-sron. H. C.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS,
-QCBLISUED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
L uraogebur?, S. C. Icrcis $;> per annum, in ad
During the epring and fall jcr.ron3 extra copies of tb?
DBAJJOEBCBO NEWS will bc circulated for the benefit
nur advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements Inserted on the most liberal
lerms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburs News,
Tebmarv _OraniffUnrtt s
THE ISLARIO M ?TAH,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IS
published at Marion, S. C.. in the central portion
o:' the country, and offers a l:>.vorablc medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Muchinists, aud all classe.? who desn*
to extend their business in the Pee Dee ccuntrv.
For the benefit of our advertising patron-, we snail, la
addition tc our subscription hst, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and dietribut', gratuitouslv, copies ol
the ST VK, during the business t-rason Ihn Full.
Kates ol Advcrf.slnir. liberal.
W. J. McKlEALL,
Novi mher 2?_TMtor end i>r rioter
THE BENNETTS^ILLE JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
Bonnett3rille, S. C., in tho eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS fe LI'l i'LE, Proprietors, ann c2;r
superior inducements to Morcaut3 and ill ethers wno
wish to estend their business in this section of thc Pec
Dee country- We respectiuBy aohclt the patronage oi
.mr Charleston friends.
Terms~$3 per annum, Invariably in advance. Adver?
tisements inserted at very reasonable rates. July ti
UNDER DECREE I.V EQUITY.
Palmetto Saving? Institution vs. Fedtke.
Will bo sold under tho dirootion of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, THIS DAY, tho 10th of Decem?
ber, 1867, at ll, A. BL,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS there?
on, sltuato on tho West side of Percy street, Ward No. 8,
in this city, measuring in front on said street twenty
one (21) feet niuo (9) inches, moro or less, the same on
the back line, and lu depth eighty (80) foot, more or less;
boondin? East on Percy street, south on lanes now or |
lato of John R. Dukes, and known as Lot A ; West on
pari of paid Lot A and part of L'it 4 of the Percy Lands,
and North on linds now or lato of John E. Dukes, and
known as L:>ts C, D ind E, as in said lot of land survey?
ed by 1?. K. Payne. Surveyor, dated 26th June, 1851, and
recorded with a title of said lands to John ll. Dukes.
Terms-One-half oash; bal .nco in one and two years,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the
preraiseB. with interest from day oi sale, payablo annual?
ly. Purchaser to pay for paiera.
December 10 thttul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
E. C Freeze, Executrix, vs. J. Ooudkop, el al.
THIS DAY, tho 10th of December instant, at II o'clock,
will bo sold, near the old Court House,
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
known as Freezer's Farm, eituato on Charleston Neck, In
Grove street, at :he hoad of Rutledge avenue, measuring
twelve and a half acrG3, more or less; bounding Notth
and East on land of the estate of C. D. Happoldt, South
on Grov street. West on land oi Waslnger's.
Terras-One-third cash; balance in ono, two. three and I 5
four years, secured by bond of tho puichaser, with in- I K
terest, scmi-janually, until the whole debt be paid, and
morfgago of the premises aforesaid. Purchaser to pay
lor papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
December 10_tu.1 Msster in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
O'Keefe rn. Duane.
Will be sold, under thc direction of tho undersigned, at
the old Custom Houso, on TUESDAY, the 17th dav of
Decomber, 1867, at ll A. M., I ri
A.l that LOT OF LAND, with the bni'dings thereon, I
iituate oe tile East side of ing street, in this citv, and
known by thc number 68; bounding North on laods of
:he estate or Yate3, South on an j.ngine House, East on
ands of the Baptist Church, and West on King strej;;
jiessnring in front on King street - feot, and in depth
rom East to Weet - lcet, moro or loss. I ^
Ierras-One-ti.ird ca?h; balanco in three equal, sue
sessivc, annual ln:tahnents, socured by bona of pur
baser and niortga e 0.' the premises, witn interest trom
lay of salo payable semi-annually. Buildings to be in
ured and policy assigned. Purcbasor to pay for papers
md stamps. ' JAMI-S TUPPER,
November 26 tu4 Master in Equity,
Dunlop et al. vs. Edings et al.
Viii be sold under the dlrodion of the undersigned, in
from of the uld Customhouse, on TUESDAY, 24th day
of December, 1867, at ll A. M.,
AU that PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAND on
:diato Island, co talnlng about twelve hundrod acres of ?
ligh land, butting and bounding to the south on the I Tl
Idisto River, to thc cast on tho Aliando osean, to tho
lorth on landa of Mrs. James Legare, an 1 to the wost on
iuds of W. James Whaley, Constantino Bailey and E. M.
Term--On-fourth cash; balance in one, two and
iree years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with in?
cest irom day of sale, and mortgage ot tho premiso*,
urchascr to pay for papers and stamps.
Decembor 3 lui Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. ~
Bultoinkel vs. Olten, Executor, et al.
n TUESDAY, the 17th Dcoember noxt. at ll o'clock,
'wul oe sold, ..t the old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND with the Bu ldinps thoreon,
tuito at the corner oi lrodd st:oet and Bedon'u Alley,
leaiuring In front on Tradd trreet 23 reet 4 iuohes, and
i dapth 194 feet 6 inches, be tho said dimcnions more or
as. Bounding North on land of Mrs. Costa, South on i
rada sircct. E.&t on land late of h. sommers, and West 1 TX
a Bedon's Alley.
Will bo sold at Walhalla on tne some day, All that SEC
ION ui L-NDiu Plekcns District, near the town of
'a.ha.ls, being ortho ?and bought by the. German olon- ,
alon society, and known on thc plat of M. C. "oCary, w
cputy surveyor, as No. 26, measuring 184 acres. Lound
ig E.?: on Section No. 25, jouta on S.^cUou No. 3J and "
ne oi 50 acre farms, Weat on section No. 27, and North ^
ALSO, 1 B1'
All th?t FARM near the said town, known on plat of ( .
. B. Mauldin, Doputy Surveyor, by No. 6, meaaunni 60 p"
..res. Bounding Eajt, souih sud West on public roads
ad North ou a line of Sections.
All that HALF ACRE LOT in thc town of Walhalla, on
ie main street, known on said plsn of Mauldin by No. ?
All that ONE ACRE LOT In the aforesaid town, known
n Mauldin's plat as No. 17.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and three
ears, ^ecured by bond of the purchaser, with Interest
ayablo annually until the whole debt bo paid. Mortgage Tf
f the promises sold. Insurance-ot the Buildings of tho
ity i roperty and assignment or the poUcy. Purchaser Qr
) piy tor papers and bt imps. J. W. GRAY,
Novemoor 26 tu4 Master in Equity. | jji
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. | Fa
Robertson vs. Alston.
Till bo sold under the directiou of tho undersigned, at
the old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 19th day of
December, 1867, at ll A.M.,
Thc foUowing PLANTATIONS belonging to tho Estate
f tho Lite William A. Alston, Junior. These plantations
)iu each other and comprise, a body of about 7C00 acres,
ounded by Waocamaw River, Winyah Bey and the
tlantic Ocean. A short lonee running from thc river to
ie sea will enclose the entire body of the lam. in* | TC
rads aro aU wooded, and affording pasturago bc th in the
?ramp and on thc sea shore.. Tho property may bo ad
intageously used for Rico and Cotton cultivation and
io n?'" Ag of Stock. On "Friendfleld" plantation thero
i a valuablo Brick Rice Mill.
L "FBIENDEiELD," a Rice plantation situate in AU
ainto Parish, between Winyah Bay and North Inlet, con- | Pc
tining 792 acres (ol' which about - aro tide water
liver swamp) more or less. Aho, "MARSH IsLAND," 25
i Winyah liny, containing 108 acres, more or lose. ce'
2. "MICHAND'S POINT." situato in All Sahlis Parish, hu
fuorgetown District, and containing 2845 acres, moro or
.as. Bounding South on Winyah Bay, West cn lauds of
obn A. Alston, East on Main Creek to North Inlet, and
[orth on lands of John A. Alston.
3. "STRAWBERRY HILL," a Rice 'plantation, con
lining about 180 aores of Swamp lai.d, 900 ac res of high
ind; bounding on Wiuyah Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and
n lands of the late Hu,,h Fraser and Dr. Blythe.
4. "MARIETTA." a Rice plantation, containing 1100
cres, more or less. Ol' which - acres ure tide water
iver Swamp; bounding on Waccamaw River, Atlantic
?an, "Bellfield." Ulonging to Charles Alston, and
outh on "Fuirneld."
5. "CALAIS," containing 1391 acres, mere or less;
ounding on Winyah Da\. and on lands ot John A. Alston
nd Paul .Michand. Also, a TRACT of 504 seres, bound
ig on Main Creek. Mlchand's, John A. Alston's, end
iuds formerly of tho tslate of Martin.
6. "HORSE ISLAND." in Winyah Eay, containing 19
cree, moro or loss.
'1 crir.s-One-third cash; balanco in one, two and
ar.-c years, secured by bci.dof tho purchasers and mort
ages of the premises, w.thintcrest from diy of sale, pay
bio aunu.l.y. Purcbacor to pay 'or papers and stamps.
December 3 tu3tbl Master in Equity.
"homas Finchley, Executor Elizabeth P. Pinch
ney, vs. Sarah P. Bellinger, et al-A Bill to ac?
count to Marshall Assets and for Relief.
,'ndcr a decretal order in the above 9tated case, I wfl
seO, at PubUc Outcry, near the old Custom House,
Broad street, Charleston, on MONDAY, thc 8th day of
ALL T1U>E FINE COTTON AND RICE PLANTA
TONS, known a "Tlmotley" and "Townsend" Tracts,
iclonging to esuito of Mrs. Elizabeth P. Piuckney, de
eased, situated on tho Ashepoo River, adjoining each
ther, and about two mllrs lrom tho ferry on the Salke
?a chiu road, Coileton District, ibero Plantations offer
aro inducements to capitalists who rat y wish to en
age lu the culture ol Cotton or Rico, as they contain 630
cres of Cotton land and 135 acres of Rico land, both ex
ellent quaUty The Rice lands, owing to the fine 'aciU
les foi drainage, are admirably adapted to tho cultiva
iou of this staple.
THAT PLANTATION OR TRACT OF PINE LAND
lear WaUerboro', containing -- acres, more or less, un
1er tho same order, wiU be sold before the C urt House
n Walte-rboro', on the seoond MONDAY hi January next.
Also, a HOUc:E AND LOT in Town ot Wulterboro,
outalning 1?? acres. Bounded on lots of F. G. Bo . re,
istato simon Verdler and Dr. G. M. Rivers, and by the
Terms na to both sales: One-third cash; balance on a
iredlt of one and two years, scented by bond and mort
ruge of th: premlsee. Purchaser to pay for papers.
B. b TOKES, O. E. C. D.
November 25 nov26, de.T0,31, JanB
UNDER DI'.CREE IN EQUITY.
find non, Administratrix, vs. Henderson, et al.
,'ALUADLE PLANTATIONS FOR COTTON AND PRO?
JiU bo sold by the undersijned refore thc Court House,
in Wiltei bo.-cugb, S. C., on MONDAY, the 14th day of
January, 1863, ai ll A. M.,
/Ul that J LANTATION known as "ORANGE GROVE,"
rita inc Buddina--, tuereoj. in the District of Coileton,
.ontainlng e92 22-100 aere.?, moro or less; bounded North
)" lands belonging to the trusi eetato of Mr&. s. E. Hen
l?rson and chi.dron; East by Die Black Creek Road;
iouth bylands now or lato of Nathanil Ho> ward, de?
leaved, and Weat by landa of the eitates of Nathaniel
keyward and Pani Pams.
A HEALTHY SUMMER RESIDENCE, on lot of 5
teres, with necessary outbuilding, adjoining tbs above
Two (2) TRACTS OF LAND, containing respectively
544 6-10 acres and 573 3-10 aores; thc former bounded
S'orth by lands ot Hejward; East by lands of Parrie;
southeast by bads of Williams; Sou:li by lands of tho
estates of Smith and Heyward, and West bylands of
i<anicl Blake; the latter bounded on the North by lands
of Robe t Unead; Enst by lands of Varnadoro and
f.raves; South and southeast by lands ol Loyless, and
West bv lands ol snead and Hcyward; said tracts to be
seid lu'ton (10) separat? purer-!?, as per plats of Robert
?C. Pavne, of February 7th, 1S33-3aid parcels contiiniug
the following number of acres, to wit : No. 1. 127 7-1U
ncrcs NO. 2, 105 Mo acres; No. 3, 101 5-10 acres; No. i,
Di 4 1U acres; No. 5, 115 7-10 acion; No. U, 112 4-10 acres;
No. 7, 9.1 5-1? ii tes; No. 8, PS K-10 acres; No. 9, 124 Mu
?cres; No. 10,143 7-10 acres.
Tams- One-third (Vj) ca?b; thc balance in two (2;
toual annual instalments, secured by bond, with per?
sonal security and mortie of tho j.remises, with in
toreet irom day of sale. Purchasers to pay lor papers
and stamps. ?. STOKES. C. E. C. U.
Persons desirous of purchasing can examine flau and
receive a do-cription ot the linds at the offlca of Messrs.
HENDERSON s BEHRE, Attorneys at Law, Walter
borough, :;. c. tusil NojemberM
For Instantnneotis Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
IIBIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL '. M '.'ENTION,
which has been patented in tho United Slates,
Franco and Kurland, ia cc* offered by the subscriber to
thc public, feeling usiured they will Dod it, upon cxami
ration, one o; tho neatest inventions ol the age.
Promiucnt among its advantages are:
Puje7_T he facility with which horses may bc naraess
.vi to or unharnessed fr mi r. Cania?-.-, ulso re- dc-riug it
nnseci r.?arvior the perkin unbarnessing topasi between
oi- behind the horse;; as i: customary, Um, avoi.iing any
Uabtlity Gt'tx-ing kicked.
SECOND-In case ct a horse laUina, he may be loosed
irom thecariia?e in one seoond, Without thc driver lcav
in- his sent. It 13 sa simple in its operation that a child
can worli it.
Tiint).?ND Gr.E ?TEST-In easer, cf horses taking fright,
bec .vin/ vumanagablo or runnm? a.vay, the terrible
couft-quciiccs which so trente:: tly follow may be all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, as the horsc-6
can b: loosed from the J urriage "ina twinkling," and the
carriago is Quickly und safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUCREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tho
greai favor ?nd piano 7r.<.i,i:,*;ied by the public ou thc?-?
:, i, ono ci tbs evidences ol a popular apprecia?
tion o,' Its merits.
1 erins may ba kr.own and orders received for applying
the patent to carriages, or purchase ci state Bights, by
addressing to C. DUtREUX, Patentee,
Nc, &3 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 3mo
Sides, Shouldert; Earn, efe.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Will sell THIS DAY, In fi ont of their Store, at hall-paat
4 hhds. C. B. SIDES'
10 tierces Canvassed Hams
15 hall bbls. Pork Tongue*
no boxes Adam n?no Candles
10 drums Codfish
'JO bbls. Mol t8ses
50 rubi Lard
50 boxes Factorj Cheese
20 bbls. Yellow Sugar.
Unvis and Bacon.
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.,
Viii sell THIS DAY, in front of their Store at hi If-past 9
-Tierces HAMS, begged and unbagged
-Hhds. Sh- ulders
-Bbls, Pig Ha.i 3 and Strips
-Bbls. Mackerels, and sundry articles.
December 10_ _
? MEETING-STREET. 136
AUCTION THIS DAY (TUESDAY), 10TH INST.
McKAY & CAMPBELL
Will sell, at hall-past 9 o'clock,
BALANCE OF CONTENT- OF DRY GOODS STORE
lillinerv Goo ls, Ready-Made Clothing, Booie, Shoes,
lotions, Hardware, ic., ic.
Goods open for inspection at 9 o'clock. Terms cash,
roods removed on day of sale. December 10
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL
HIS DAY, tho 10th inst., will be sold before our Store,
at threc-quartera past 9 o'clock,
15 KEGS PRIME BUTTER, just landed. With a va
ety of Groceries as usual.
Conditions cash. December 10
'ositive Sale of Side?, Src, Sides, Bellies, Shoul?
ders, Hams, Butter and Lard.
BY T. M. CATER.
ill be sold, THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters peet 9 o'clock,
8 HHDS. RIBBED SIDES
3 hhds. Clear Sides
Lot loose Clear Bibbed Sides
Loi loose Bams and Shoulders
20 bbls. Pig Hams and Shoulders
60 fulling and tubs choice Butter
50 tuts Lard, now landing.
Conditions cash. December 10
utter, Rice, Apples, Potatoes, Bacon, Bis?
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
ITS DAY, 10th instant, wlU be sold, befwe our Store,
No. 137 East Bay. at 10 o'clock,
10 TUBS "UTTER
2 casks Rice
10 barrels Apples
20 barrels Potatoes
150 canvassed Hume
160 Uncovered Earns
100 Dry Salted Bellies.
D, OS ACCOUNT OF TBT. UNDEBWBITEBS AND ALL COS
3 barrels TRENTON BISCUITS.
Conditions cash. December 10
Unreserved Sale of Dry Goods.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
HS DAY, 10th Instant, a; 10 o'clock, will be sold at our
Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF DRY
CONSISTING of :
?ED AND WHITE FLANNELS', Long and Square
jol Shawls, Nubias, aontags, Casslmeres, satinets,
lite, Groy and Colored Woollen Shirt?, Woollen
swore, Men's am Women's Hosiery, Irish Linen,
} den Gloves, Colorea Bordered and Cambric Hdkfs.,
sacho.) and Brown bhirtings, calicoes, Kentucky
ms, shirting Strip , Oed Ticks, Colored Cantou Man
I, for Cloak Linings; Irish Linon, Grey Blankets, Spool
tton, sensors, Ac. With a variety of other Goods and
.ct of Shop Goods.
7 cases Men's Cab* and Bun* W. P. BOOTS
8 dozen Men's Brown and ii rey Ribbed Wool Jackets
16 dozen Gents and Ladies Wool Scarfs.
Conditions cash. December 10
Bedding, Clothing, Soap, Stationer!/, ?'c
BY JOHN G: IU1LNOR&CO
HS DAT, the 10th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 183 Meeting-street,
te large handsome BLACK WALNUT BEDSTEAD,
m's Pants, Vests, Suits, Under and Over Shirts,
noy Soaps, Blank Eook?, Envelopes, Letter and Note
tte Books, Memorandum Books,Wallets, Pocket Books,
Combs, Spool Cotton, Ac.
Conditions eaah. December 10
'atch and Books-Estate Sale, by permission of
the Ordinary of Charleston District.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
?-MORROW (Wednesday), nth Instant, at half-past 10
/clock, wiU be sold, at our Auction Salesroom, No. 183
Meeting street, bolo jglng to the estate of Wm. Nayler,
HIS LIBRARY OF BOOK?,
COMPRISTSa EH PAST:
jhakspeare's Plays, illuminated, in 3 vols.; Lodger's
rtraits of Illustrious Personages; Waverley No-els,
iglish edition, 13 vo s. ; Macaulay's History of England,
vols., bound; Black woad's Magazine. Bentley's Mis
llany, Thiers' French Revolution, Allison's Europe,
io Land We Live tn. Irving's Werks, Napier's Peninru
' War, British Colonies, with many others.
Ono superior Gold Watch.
rwo GOLD WATCHES, one Lady's Gold Watch.
Conditions cash. December 10
0 PLANTERSJND FIRMERS.
A SUPERIOR AND CHEAP
.iHE NITRE BEDS AT POTTERSFTELD, A SUPE
RIOR FERTILIZER, will be sold in lots to snit pur
seers, at the very low price of FIVE DOLLARS per
3. Apply to
JOHN D, BROWNE,
November 28 10 On the premises.
?. L. GUILLEMIN,
No. 140 Church Street.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
DROF ANO BEADING LIGHTS
EXTENSION CHANDELIERS AND PENDENTS
Shale-:- and Beli;, of latest pittcms and improvements.
Copper and Iron Pump?, etc
Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing, on tho mest
Tin Roofing and Guttering,
November 9 stuthlmo
The Carolina Times.
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT TH!
middle portion of the State, and oilers the best
Acuities ter advertiser*. February 3*
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, Ladies' Hats,
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at IP o'clock, I will sell altar store,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
AN IN . OICE OP DRY GOODS,
CONSISTING or :
PIECES EMPRESS o LOT H. Merino, Prints, Lona
?ioths. Domestic Flannel, Gray and Blue Twill Flannel.
6-t Tweed, Alpaca, Satinet, Cassimere, tte., Dozen Blan?
kets, Nubia?, sontag?. Worsted Shawls, Cioth and Silk
Olores, Ladies' Cloaks, Linen Bosom Shirts, Utile*'
Hats, Black and Fancy Feathers, Ladle?', UUaee' and
Gent s Hosiery. Genfs Pants, Coats, Vests, 4a
An Invoice of TABLE CUTLEBY, Pen Knives, 4c
Gat Stock at Auction.
BY L S. K. BENNETT.
THIS DAY, at the Old Postofflce, at II o'clock. Z will
Fifty-one (51) Shares CHARLESTON GAS STOCK, In
sums to suit purchasers.
Conditions cash._December 10
A Large and Eligible Buidling Lot on the East
tide of Smith street, between Calhoun and Bull
streets, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 27 Broad-st.eet,
THIS DAY, tho 10th instant, at ll o'clock, at the old
Customhouse, East end of Croad-arre t, will be sold,
That large and desirable BUILDING LOT immedi
stely South of the residence of the late Charles L. Tren
bolm, Esq., now enclosed aa a vegetable garden, meas?
uring 60 feet front, more or less, by 164 feet deep, more
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in ono, two-and
three years, secured as usual Purchaser to pay 8. 4
HcG. lor papers and stamps._Deoemoer 10
A Large Residence on the East Side of Pitt
street, No. 46, nrzf the Southeast Corner of
Calhoun-street, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 37 BroacUstreet.
Viii "be~B?Td~THI3 DAY, tho 10th of December; aFTT " '
O'clock, at the Old Customhouse, East end of Brad?
All that LOT OF LAND, with the large two and a half
tory Wooden Residence on a brick basement situate
h.-reen, measuring 76 feet front on Pitt-street, more or
SM, by 110 feet deep, more or liss. The House con?
nies 6 square rooms, 2 dressing tooma, 2 attics and pan
ry, a good brick kitchen, and other outbuildings. -r
Terms-One-third cash; the balan oe in one, two and
bree years. Purchaser to pay Smith 4 McGihTvray for
aperj and 'tamps. ?tutht-2 Lsoenbac 10
1 Small Farm of 112 .der? at the Eight Mile
Pump on the Northeastern Railroad at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real instate Agents, No. 27 Broad-Street
HIS DAY, the 10th of December, at ll o'clock, at the
Oli Customhouse, east end of Broad-street,
THE .BOVE FARM, about 30 acres cleared with
nail Dwelling and outbu ld Lng s thereon, 60 aerea well
ooaod, near the State Road and Cooper River. Bouna
1 north, by lands , of J. L. Sanders, east and south by
nd? now or kite of Dr. Porcher, and west by Ianda of
Itru.s- One-third cash; the balance In one, two and
tree years. Purchaser to nay S. 4 McG. for papara
ad stamps. stusu-2 December 10
ly Order of the Executor of the Estate of Dr. E. C.
Steele-Positive Sale of Two Large and Eligibly
Located Building Lots, adjoining each other, on
the South sid? of Beaufain-tlrctt and the Batt
side of Siniih-ttreet, respectively, at Auction.
BY sMi i H & MCGILLIVRAY,
it cul Estate Agents, \o. 27 Broad-Street.
Ill positively be 6old, without reserve, THIS DAY,
the li th instant, at ll o'ciook, at the Old Custom?
house, East end of Broad-street,
That No. 1 BUILDING LOT In Beauialn-street, next to
te Southeast corner of Mnlth-atreet, measuring 60 feat
ont on Beaufain-street, more or leas, by l?6)i loot deep,
uro or Ls?. *?
That DE5IPABLE BUILD.NG LOT In Smith-street,
ext to the Southeast corner of Beauiain-street, meas
ring 17 feet front on Smith-street, more or less, by 196
et deep, mora or less, with small wooden structure
Terms-One third cash; the balance in one, two and
tree years; secured as usual. Purchaser to pay 8. 4
,cQ. for papers and stamps. December 9
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Wax Brogans, ??c.
BY. N, HUNT & SON.
O-MORROW, the 11th Instant, at 10 o'clock, ?au oar
Salesroom, No. 1*3 Meeting-street, we wffl sell, for
cash, ? .
60 cases Assorted BOOT?. SHOES. Bb -orals, Kip,
pht and Wer Brogans, Gaiters, Boys', Misses', Youths'
id Children'** Balmorals and Gaiters.
'abbages, Apples, Codfish and Potatoes-Cargo
of Schooner Chieftain, from New Yu k.
BY J. A. ENSLOW&CO,
O-MORROW MORNING, 11th instant, at ll o'olock,
will be sold, alongside the schooner Chieftain, from
New York, lying at Fraser's Wharf,
40 bbls. Superior Apples-''Baldwin,*' "Phcsniz" and
200 bbls. Potatoes-Jackson's "Whites" and "Garnet
20 quintals Codfish
3 Fish Nets
60 dozen Coffee Mills, improved pattern
4 dozen Grindstone Hangings
2 dozen Tea Scales. December 10
SALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY,
7111 bo sold at public Auction, on TO-MORROW, the
lltta day or December, at 19 o'clock A. M., at the office
of the undersigned, Nos. 8 and 10 East Bay, Charles?
ton. S. C.,
12,700 GRAIN BAGS, In lota to snit purchasers.
Term?-Cash, hi Government funds.
Property to be removed without unnecessary delay.
JAMES P. LOW,
December 10 6 Disbursing Oncer, s. C.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
,1 ILIUM li. WHHD1 & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
TO '1'H Km
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFEB FOB SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS*
CONSISTS IN PART OFi
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIX?
ER AND PLATED WARE of all kinds and patterns
IANCY GOODS. VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
JOKES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES,
:UT AND PBESSED GLASSWARE of all styles and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DPB AP CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCBIPTION OP
: ROCKE HY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF .
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
N ovember 12_
GLASSWARE ! GLASSWARE!!
NOW OPEN AND FOE SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
Of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
:HAMPAGNE, CLARET and WLNL GLASSES.
From ?2 cc per ?osen to 813.
From 76c. to $3 60.
t&* Housekeepers will please call and examine, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 266 KING, corner Been fain streets.
TOOTH & MIL BRUSHES,
THOR SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' ASD GENTS'
AT ALL PRICES, FROM *1 TO io, LESS THAN
New York gold pricee.
A full assortment of fine FRENCH AND ENGLISH
PORTEMO::AIES, gilt bound, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 265 KING, corner BeaunUn streets.
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE SCLENCE, ART. .
AGRICULTURE, snd MISCETXANEOCSjSEWi
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