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THE DAILY ffEWS.
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NIZED AS HAYING THE LAUGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE C!TY OF CHARLESTON, PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
TO I HE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICL'
THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19. 1867.
LOCA L M ATTERS.
AUCTION SALES THIS BAY.
H?NB? COBIA & Co. will sell this day, ia front of
their store, at 10 o'clock, bagging and rope.
JOHS G. MILNOR & Co. will sell this day, at
thea auction salesrooms, No. 133 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, hats, bhirts, jackets, &c.
CLIFFORD R MATTHEWES will sell this day, at
No. 56 Broad-street, at ll o'clo.k, a lot ot ?ani?
s?me sterling silver.
LOWNDES & GRLMBALL will sell this day, at thc
old Postcffice, at ll o'ebek, several lois on Rut?
JAMES TUPPER (Master in Equity), will sell this
day, at the old Customhouse, at ll o'clock, seve?
ral* lots of land (with and without buildings at?
tached) iuthisoity, and other valuable pioperty
belonging to estate of Wm. A. Alston, Jr.
T. M. CATEB will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9j o'clock, sides, butter and lard.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at his store,
corner Kins and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
clothing, dry goods, &c.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this day, in front of
their store, at 9$ o'clock, hams, strips, shoulders,
LACKEY & ALEXANDER will sell this day, be?
fore their sto-';, No. 137 Eist Bay, at 10 o'clock,
nails, salt, hams, sides, ?tc.
A CABLE TELEGRAM, dated London, December
14, says : "In the Court of Admiralty to-day, Prio
leau*s plea in the case of the Alexandra was ad?
mitted. A commission is to be issued for procur?
ing evidence in the United States."
A POSTOFTICE has been established at North
Santee, Georgetown District, and a mail passes
between it and Charleston onco a week, eaoh way,
closing at the Charleston Post?nico on Tuesdays,
at half-past 9 o'clock, and leaving North Sante?
for Charleston on Fridavs.
APPEAL FROM BISHOP DAVIS.-Right Rov. Bishop
Davis sends us the following appeal to the mem?
bers of the Episcopal Churches of this city :
CHARLESTON, S. C., December IC, 18C7.
To my Brtthren and Friends :
Grace Church, Camden, was burnt in June last,
and we now have no church to worship in. We
bad hoped to rebuild this year, but from the calam?
ities of the past season, the congregation is unable
to commence the work without somo assistance.
I knew your inability to helo us with money, but
may I appeal to you for contributions in materials,
brinks, lumber, lime, nails, slates, sashes, blinds.
Any amount of either of tneae will be thankfully
received. I have no moans of communicating- with
you save through the secular press, which hob
kindly permitted me to make this appeal. Com?
municate with me in Camden.
Any papers kindly disposed will please insert
Yours in the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ,
THOMAS F. DAVIS,
Bishop of the Dioc :sc of South Carolina.
SEQUESTRATION.-There was an erudite divine,
once upon a time, in an adjoining State, famous
for "darkening counsel" by the use of words of
learned length. On ono occasion, when ho was to
preach to a congregation of negroes for a brother
minister, the latter feeling somewhat uneasy on
this score, says:
"Now, brother -, let me beg of you to be
as plain with these people as you possibly can.
Otherwise they will not understand you." This
wa3 before the days of tho burean, and ere yet
school marms had begun to illuminate this be?
nighted land with the lii<ht of their countenance.
" Never fear," remarks the learned brother, smil?
In the pulpit on Sunday afternoon, the visiting
clergyman addressed his sable audience, not un?
mindful of tho caution ho had received: "My
friends, the Apostle says, do not purloin ; but lebt
you should not understand the meaning of the
word I will make it plain for you. The Apostle
menus, my lriends, you mus! not sequester." There
were large eyes and open mouths at this lu<?id ex?
planation, but there wa3 no diminution of atealiug;
and this would appear to be the present difficulty m
regard to the transgression of the eighth command?
ment. Our oolored friends, for some reason or
other, seem to be ignorant of the moral law, and
stealing, potty laroeny more especially, is ram?
pant just now. In the exeioise of their calling
nothing comea t miss ; everything from a frying?
pan to a baie a cotton is liable to walk off at short
notice. The ideas of meum and tuum have become
very much confused, and the whole subjoct ncedr
overhauling. Will tho Convention do it ?
THE CAUSE OF IRELAND.-At an indignation
meeting of Irish-Amerioan citizens held at Charles?
ton, S. C., on the 14th instant, to tako into con?
sideration the recent judicial murders at Manches?
ter, and other atrocities perpetrated by the Bri?
tish Government on naturalized citizous of the
United States, it was
Besotted, That wo do protest against the out?
rages that have been porpetratod in all parts of
England, auci iii particular the barbarous outrago
of tho hanging of Allon, Larkin and O'Brien at
Besotted, That we, as a body of Irishmen and
American citizens, will, ono and all, bind ourselves
to never rest at ease until the Irish pee. pie have
satisfaction from that tyrannical government
which has acted so despotically in this case.
-Rejoiced, That we, the Irish" and friends of Ire?
land, of Charleston, S. C., deeply regret and de
Elore the sad fate of ^ur brothers in England; we
eartily sympathize with the famdies and relatives
of those noble men, in this their hour of afflic?
tion, but we ask thom to oe of good cheer, as the
Almighty God, with all His mercies, will not for?
sake them that suffer for righteousness' sako.
Besotted, That the English Government by
unjust legislation, has deprived the Irish peoule
of the right of freemon. Many of us left the land
of our filth rs on that account, but found a refuge
under the expansive fold of tho American flag,
which we have sworn to defend under any and all
circumstances, and to oppose all foreign * powers,
Sarticularly that of Great Britain, winch wo have
one and will again, when the timo offers.
Resoictd, That os adopted citizens of tho United
States, having long pgo renounced any an i all alle?
giance to Great Britain, wo now call upon all friends
of Ireland in Cougress to urge on the government
to settle at once and forever the status of adopted
citizens, not to let John Bull or any other uatiou
interfere with the rights of native or adopted cu?
Resolved, That we? the Irish in this city, aro
determined to continue this struggle, and cur
motto shall be "Freedom for Ireland," and will
patiently bide our time, ana England may yet
learn that as the blood of martyrs produced Chris?
tians, BO the blood of Irish patriots will riso up in
judgment against her.
JAMES POWER, Chairman.
GEORGE NUNAN, Secretary .
THE CHRISTMAS TREE FAIR yesterday morning
was the great centre of attraction in the city, for,
in addition to the numerous objects of beauty and
articles of certa that have been exhibited there
Xor some days; m addition, also, to the charms
and graces of the fair exhibitors, and to thc splen?
did performance of the Post Band, the visitor was
rewarded with a Bight of the orphans, male aud
female, all looking neat and clean, well dressed,
and with happiness beaming from their innocent
faces, the best possible certificate of tho tender
care and nurture accorded them by their kind ben?
efactors. But the cynosure of all eyes unquestiona?
bly were the Japanese, from old Yu-ku-roo to little
"You-Bet" and "All-Right." It would bo difficult
to say who derived most interest from the confer?
ence, the ladies at the Fair, or their distinguished
oriental guests. The latter examined every object
on the tablee with the cur.osity and "delight
of a child, and before they were there fifteen
minut?e, were loaded with dolls, rabbits, fruit,
etc., etc., bestowed upon them by their gen?
erous hosts. Tho attempts at conversation
were very amusing. Little "All-Right" was all
right, and generally answered Buch questions as
were propounded to him iu tolerable English.
The older members of th<? troupe do not appear to
understand a word of Anglo-Saxo i, even though
some of the interlocutors endeavored to adapt
their questions to Japanese capacity by considera?
bly raising thc pitch of their voices. By means of
signs, however, sor e sort of communication was
established. One of the ladies, putting a se^ar to
her mouth, giving a pull' or two, and a mark of in?
terrogation in her eye, Mr. John Jap grinned, and
?aid "X?-yi," whereupon followed a transfer of
"long ninon." Thc black, glossy hair of tho Ce?
lestials was an object of considerable attention,
and its arrangement inucL admired. Somo of the
fair hostesses surmised that their, guests used Ja?
panese varnish instead of hair oil, but, upon care?
ful investigation, Wu have arrived ut tho conclu?
sion that this is not the case. The music of Mr.
Weldon's band, in excellent tune, was much ad?
mired by the occidentals present, but appeared to
have no charms to soothe the savage breasts of the
Japanese, lt is not up (or down) to their idea of
the tuneful art.
The Christmas Tree Fair was again well attend?
ed last night, notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather, and will be open during the rest of
The Charleston Delly Xews for 1808-Im
Encouraged by tho recent largo increaso in
ho circulation of TUE CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS, the proprietors aro happy to nnnounoe
that, with thc opening of the new year, the
price of subscription will be reduced to a figuro
which will at once place the paper within
the reach of every family in thc city aud
throughout the State. On and after the first
of January, lb'68, TH* D.VILT NEWS will be pub?
lished at Six DOLLARS A YEAH, payable, in all
j cases, in advance. It vcill then be, without
exception, the cheapest first-class journa1 in
thc Southern States. There is no good reason
why our community should not bc furnished
u ith a live daily newspaper at a rate approxi?
mating that of the sprightly penny press of thc
Northern cities ; and the very generous support
^vhich hag been accorded to us on all sides has
hastened a step, long contemplated on our part,
towards meeting the popular want. It is hard?
ly necessary to say that there will be no dimi?
nution in the amount or interest of the reading
matter in any department of the paper; on the
contrary, it viii be our constant effort and our
??ride to make it, day by day, more full, reliable
and entertaining-the spirited compend of the
world's news, the mirror of local life, and the
mouthpiece of au enlightened and liberal pub?
At the solicitation of many of our friends in the
country, we shall also, during the first week in
January, commence the is^ue of THE CHARLES?
TON TRI-WEEKLY NEWS. Thc subscription
price will be THREE DOLLARS A YEAR, or Two
DOLLARS FOR SIX MONTHS, payable always in
This reduction in our rates will, we know,
be all the more welcome to the public, inas?
much as it comes at a time of unprecedented
financial distress, when there are few, indeed,
among our people who do not sorely ueed every
dollar that can be saved. We do not permit
ourselves to doubt that our enterprise will be
rewarded with a steady increase of that popu?
lar appreciation and support of which we have
hitherto received so liberal a share. THE
DAILY NEWS airead}' enjoys a circulation
largely exceeding that of any other journal
now published in this or the adjoining States :
and its readers may rest assured that, in the
future, no effort will bo sparod to increase the
attractiveness of its columns, and to extend
still further thc field of its influence and use?
THE RAILROAD Son.-Wo learn from the Colum?
bia Phoenix tbat in the bill flied by the South Car?
olina Railroad Company, to ""loin the construc?
tion of the Columbia and August- "Railroad, the
Court of Appeals bas decided all points against
:he South Carolina Railroad Company; BO tho work
?f construction goes on without let or hindrance.
AN IMPORTANT FACT.-The activity that is now
J'splaycd in tho diff?rent departments of trade is
i sire sign of tho advance of Kris Kingle. Each
establishment is striving to ouldo its neighbors by
inering toits customers rare ind?ceme..ts to in?
most .heir Christmas money. Tho number of thc
stores, and the variety of their stocks renders it
necessary for them to present their claims for
oatronago to the public, and nono but those that
ldvertise can be certain that they have secured
Ibis desired end. A glance at thc columns of
THE NEWS will chow our readers a complote busi?
ness directory, in which not only the name and
ousiness of the party aro recorded, but an inven
:ory of their stock is furnished. There are at
cresent a large number of ?trangers in thc city
vhose sole object is tho purchase of their Christ?
mas supplies. Tho few dava between tnis and thc
STcw Year are the harvest time f jr merchants, and
:hoy should not bido their Iii ht under a bushel.
ARIEL REFUTED.-The ethnological doctrines
recently advanced by "Ariel" have attracted con?
siderable attention, and various efforts have been
nado to rofuto them ; but a clincher was delivered
yesterday by a darkey that exhausted tho argu
nent. In accordance with an invitation tendered
hem, the Japanese visited the Christmas Tre^
.osterday morning, and attracted universal atten
ion by their strange dress and peculiar manners.
)n leaving thc ball they were closely scinned by a
lumber of negroes, who viowed the Celestials witu
. critic's oyo, and ono of tho party thus unburUen
id himself : "If Ariol call do nigger a beast I woh?
ler what ho call dose. They heap more liko a
.cant than a nigger,*' and ho stalkca off fully satis
tcd that ho was a man and a brother. Thc Japs
tavo excited some curiosity among the negroes,
cd whenever they have appeared in the streets
lave been followed by large crowds who hail them
s tho Injuns, and pass amusing comments on 1
heir general appearance.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.--MUis House.- R. H. Gould
is, Macon ; G. E. McCall, Darlington : J. G. Mc- '.
'all, Darlington; Jno. Pauomidon, Baltimore; J.
7. Gamble, Florence ; H. D. F. Young, Lancaster; ;
Hopkins, Edi6to ; L. E. Johnson, Wadmalaw ; J. 1
[. Hughes, N. Y; Capt. Jas. L. Wyatt, N. Y.; M. L. I
io in, Jacksonville, Fla. ; T. J. Robertson and C.
.ogan, ( Munabia.
Charit i ton Hotel.-L. B. Reed, Jr., N. Y.; Jacob
ortman, N. Y.; David Clark, Albany, N. Y.; R.
obnson, Macon ; R. Dunlap, Augusta ; J. A.
irown, Newport, R. L; W. J. Singlotary, Marion ;
T. F. Dubose, Darlington ; L. B. Newuan, S. C.;
. 0. Corlery, Gainesville; E. B. Smith,8. C.; P. B.
bappell, S. C.; J. H. Sanders, Sumter; T. 0. SAU
era and two sons, Sumter; J. D. Dunlop, Camden;
'. H. Clarke and lady, Miss.; H. M.LangandTbos.
**. Lang, Camdon, 8. C.
Pavilion Hotel.-Q. E. Whitaker, Mt. Pleasant ;
L H. Wilson, John's Island ; F. Shaffer, Wadma
iw ; Dr. L. B. Thompsou, John's Island ; F. Far
ib, N. Y.; Chas. F. Little, Orai.geburg; Wesley
itchford, Walhalla; S. Brother t.nd wife, S. C.; J.
1. Dove, S. C.; Peter Russell, Pa.; E. B. Ingram,
bcraw; H. J. Ham, Titnmons'ille; M. Levi, Man?
ing; A. Kingsberry, EdiaU.; J. R. Kennedy,
:disto;F. Reed, Edisto; R. C.eckly, St. Matthews;
as. L. Reed, Lancaster; G. 'leyrnan, Chester.
CHRISTMAS SIGNS-THE V AGON YARDS.-Coining
vents are said to cast thru shadows before them,
nd the signs o? the .imes show plainly that
Christmas is not far d' .tant. The various stores
?ave displayed their gala colors, and placod their
lost tempting artic'.es on exhibition, in anticipa
ion ol the trade .vhich always comes into tho
itv at this time. Tho hotels show an increased
umber of arrivr^, and tho streets aro crowded '
rith 8trango faees; but the places where the in
ux is most nocicodaro tho wagon-yard3 in tho
pi. cr wards cf ibe city. These caravansaries aro
rowded with wagons from all portions of tho
tate, that have brought to tho city not only tho
amnion staple, but produco of various kinds,
?ins, furs, &o. A large tradu is conducted by
?e?e wagoners, whence theil- supplies are obtain
] in exchange for cotton. Each wagon yard has,
i addition to its yard and stable, a 6tore where
rc ry thing that is needed by the country visitor i
in be obtained, and the owners of these yards
induct a lucrative business by bartering with :
>eir customers. Many of these parties have, for
sars, be?n in tho habit ol visiting tho city,
i their wagons and could not bo induced to leave
ie beaten road ior the railway. 'They have inva
iably sold their cotton to certain store-keepers,
nd bavo no desire to change. This business,
bough it may appear small, is one of consid?ra?
le importance io tho city, and bas caused thc
ipid growth of the Nock. Stores have sprung up
long the whole route, and tliou^'i not ol thc first
lass, they aro tuitec' to tho trade. Theic is a
ri6k competition among the shop-keepers for the
ountry custom, especially at the present time,
ho largor estabhshmenta frequently do a busi- '
ess that would bo a godsend to some of the more
rc tending down-town stores, and an amount of
J:ton changea hands that makes thc section a ,
aluablc source ot supply to our cotton market.
Many of thc prominent factors of this city coui
?onccd their business by keeping wagon yards. .
?lore the days ot the railroad the trado was con- \
ucted on a grand scale; but alter that innovation, !
ie business clustered around the wharves. Du
ing thc ?ar of 1812 many storc-k: epera purchased ?
otton at a very low rate, and the sudden lise in 1
ie price after peace was declared was the founda
on of their subsequent conuaeroial prosperity,
GREAT SUCCE&? OF THE WIDOWS' HOSIE BAZAAR.
-Tho pelting rain laet night did not prevent the
parlors of tuc Widows* Home, on Broad-atreot,
from being airain throngod with a pleasant com?
pany. All the multitudinous attractions of the
opening nisrht (little blondo widow included) woro
prosent, besides many new features of decidod in?
terest. Among these latter perhaps tho most con?
spicuous was an elaborato hat rack formed of
buck's antlers, supported upon a handsome
mahogany frame. In raffling this elegant pice?
of furniture, tho ladies hivo adopted tho liberal
8chemo of "ail prizes, no blanks." The rack is
laden with presents for tho happy chance-holders,
each pre-cut in itself being more than a quid pro
quo for the chance-money. How they can afford
this generous modo of doing business passes our
The ladies of the Homo request us to make their
acknowledgments to tho Southern Rolief Associa?
tion of Baltimore, an 1 particularly to Miss How?
ard, the Secretary, and Mrs. Carr, the Treasuror,
for tho generous and timely aid thoy have hasten?
ed to offer to their impoverished sisters of Charles?
ton in the good work they have undertaken. The
zeal and sympathy which tho fair Marylanders
Eave evinced, is worthy ol' the fame of their chival?
rous and magnanimous State.
The Bazaar will be opon this afternoon at two
o'clock, and continuo throughout thc evening.
Dinner SB well as supper will be furnished by the
fairest of handmaids.
COTJ?T OF APPEALS, COLOIBIA-Tuesday, De?
cember 17.-Thc caso of Hatcher cs. Hatcher was
recalled, and Mr. Abney concluded hie argument.
?Written argument of Mr. Bacon for appellee read j
by Mr. C. W. Hutsor. Mr. Gary followed on
samo side. Mr. Abney closed iu reply.
Caroline Jenkins et. at. rs. tho State. Briefs and
mitten arguments of Messrs. E?utson & Legare
for appellants, and of Mr. Grover for tho ??tate
read by Mr. C. W. Hutson.
R. T. Parks VD. W. D. Jennings ti al. Brief read
and argument opened by Mr. M. W. Gary on be
half of appellants. Mr". Abney heard for appel
lees without closing, when court adjourned.
The State cs. L. Potecs was continued on mo
tion of Solicitor Melton.
UNITED STATES DISTBIOT COURT-ls ADMIRAL
Tr.-Columbia, December 10.-Hon. Geo. S. Bry?
an, D. J., presidiug. Thc court was oponed at ll
In re James M. Acock-In bankruptcy. Wm
Munroe, pro. pe!. Petition read and tho Judge
signed refennco to W. J. dawson, Register 4th
UNITED STATES CIBCUIT COUBT-FO?BTH CrncuiT
-November 7-December 17-Hon. Geo. S. Bryan,
D. J., presidiug.
fx parle Thomas W. dawson-Petition for ox
animation and admission io practice iu the United
States Courts for South Caroliua. S. W. Melton,
J. H. Hudson and E. C. McClure, thc committee
appointed to examine thc applicant, having report?
ed favorably, on motion of Samuel M. Melton, or
dered that Thomas W. Clawson bo admitted.
Ex parle Wm. ll. Boyce-Petition tor appoint?
ment as Commissioner of Uuitcd States Courts
for South Carolina. C. P. Townsend, pro. pel. Pe?
tition was read, and. OH motion of Mr. Townsend,
tba petitioner wm admitted and commissioned.
At a statod term of tho Circuit Court ot tho
United States of America, for tho District ot South
Carolina, held at thc United States Court ito oms, in
Columbia, on the fourth Monday in November, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-seven. SVA?
Present-the Honorable P-orgo S. Bryan, Dis?
trict Judge. Order for jury hst.
In view of tho rights and privileges coiiferred
upon persons of colur. in tho State of South Caro?
lina, by tho first section of thc Act of Congress
entitled "An Act to protect all persons in their
civil rights, and furnish the means of their vindi?
cation," passed April 9, 18U6. and tho sixth section
of Act of Congr> ss entitled "An Act to provide
for the moro efficient government of tho rebel
States," passod March 2. 1867,
On motion of David T. Corbin, United States
District Attorney, it is ordered, for tho purpose of
forming a new jury list for t'-.is District, tho Mar?
shal is directed to procure from t ic but collectors
of the District of Richland a copy of then last tax
returns, and from the said returns the Marshal,
with the assistance of tho Clerk, is required to
transcribe upon tickets-each containing one name
-tho names of ?ill persons who arc, by tho laws of
this state, as modified by tho aforosaii! Acts of
Congrosa, qualified to sit as jurors iu said District;
and al60 upon other hko tickets the names again
written of all ol'tho persons qualified as afore-aid,
who live within five miles of tho Courihouso, in
Columbia; which tickets shall ho placed in tho jury
box and jurors drawn therefrom hr tho nest term
of the Court.
GEO. S. BBYAN,
U. S. Judgo District of S. C.
On motion of D. T. Corbin, Distract Attorney, tho
usual sessions orders w rc signed bv thc Judge.
Thc Court was occupied tho w.iolo day with the
arguments ol McMastcr aud Melton, in a matter of
special pleading, involving tho question ot donned
of J. M. Lewis, executor, in which tho plaintiff
claims to be a citizen of Mississippi. Tho argu?
ment was not Bundled when tho Court adjourned,
but will bc renewed to-morrow.
BUSINESS NUI ILES.
If you want cheat; Blank Book; ;
H you want cheap Stationery, Lluvclopes, Pa?
per, Ac; or, MILHUIS' Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Rooky bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ord.T, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to IiiEAii II imus. No. ?'J Broad street.
SmriTBs per steamship JJ. B. Souder wUl please
send in their bills of lading and perrnils at 12
o'clock, to thc agents, Jno. & Theo. Getty, office
North Atlantic Wharf.
TOILET ABTICLES AND CnutisTiiAs PRESENTS.
Dr. G. W. Aimar has made his stand at tho corner
of King and Vaudeihorst streets tho resort for
thoso who dc6iro to increase their popularity by
making Christmas presents. Ho has prepared
himself for all demands, und can show his friends
Christmas gifts that will at once charm ?he green?
backs from their resting place. He has among
other goods recently opened a choice variety of
toiiet articles, comprising powder boxes, perfumo
stands, A-e; these aro of all styles, qualities and
colors, Hie popular Bismarck boing tho most
prominent. Physics have been completely ignor?
ed, and drugs have been placed in the background,
as few persons have any desire to bo sick at
Christmas time atd prefer the pleasure of giving
and receiving presents to taking nauseous com?
pounds. Dr. Aimar is, however, prepared for
either cmorgeucy, and his customers can rely on
him to furnish them everything from a dose of cae
tor oil to a bottle of the fiucst French perfumery
The latest and most effectual remedy lor the cure of
debility, loss ot appetite, headache, torpor of tho liver,
etc.. in PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For salo by
all Druggists. tU
.Suggestion* of the Setisou.
King Winter ha* waved his sceptre over the land,
whitening the earth, bridging tho streams, and turning
tho water-falls to pendant crystal. Upon am mated as
well SB inanimate nature, the frigid atmosphere produces
a marked effect. The Wood is driven from the surface
of the body back upon its inner fouutalno, and Chills
and Fever, Rheumatism, Pul inonu ry Diseases. Bilious?
ness, aud unpleasant disorders of the rt j m v.-h and
bowels arc apt to be tho results.
Now, what is require! to fortify the system against
the attacks i f disease thus engendered ? clearly a TOXIC,
which, sctmg throng i the stomach upon the circulaUon
and tho nervous system, shaU redetermine the vital
fluid to tho surface, and brace the nervis of motion and
sensation. But t is not all that is rcqulrod. With
the TONIC must Do combined such /LTEKATTVI and
BEQTjLATiNO ageucL-o as will tend to keep tho whole ani?
mal machinery "in good working order."
Those three grand requisites of a Winter restorative
exist, in their ful'est perf. ctiou, in HOsTE'lTEE'S
STOMACH BITTEBS. which are compounded of thc
purest vegetable stimulants and extracts, ol the most
genial and h-althlul roots, barks and plants that the
herbalists and botanists ot tho world have yet discov?
ered. G December 10
J. L. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT,
NO. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON BOUSES. SIO "E*. FURNITURE,
sc, Ac , taken in lirst-class SOUTHERN Insurance
uonvanic?. Although (he Companies represented lu
this Agency do not put out FABULOUS C iPliA^S ON
P-Pl.R, ttiey wiU nc found STRONGER in c .niparison
To MARKET VALUE OE TUI-.IR CAPITAL ANO HIE
AMOUNT AT RI^K, th-u tho largest capital represented
in thc city of Charleston.
J. L. HO S OUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, No. 3 Droad-strcel.
December i7 Imo
W. E. MARSHALL,
mm mia mim
Xo. 31 BROAD-STilEET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 5 Imo1*
'JUE MARION STAR.
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY ?EARS AGO, 18
published at Marion, S. C., in Un- central portion
ji the country, und oilers a favorable medium to Uer.
.-hauts, Druggists, Machinists, and ail classes who decir
a extend their bualuejo in the Pee Lice country.
Fur thc beiiciitoi our advertising iou ons, we shall, in
iddition to out subscription hst, which is constantly in
masing, publii n and distribute, gratuitously, copies ol
he STAR, during the business icasou thu Fall.
Rates Ol Aovertising liberal.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Editor aud Proprietor
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS.
FILL Al WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 213 King Street
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
or KALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, to which
we Invite those in want to call and examine before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities are such tl at wo can
offer our stock of Roadv-made Clothing and Furnishing
Goods at stich prices tnat will compare moro favorable
than any other nouRe in thc linc.
Our stock of Clothing wero manufactured undor our
cmn supervision, and can state that they arc made up in
I workmanlike manner, and of fashionablo styles. Our
stock consists of all grades-Fino, Medium] and Low
In addition to the abovo, we have on hand a very largo
stock ot YOUTHs', COYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of all qualities. I ?renla will Hud it to their advan?
tage to call and make a selection. Our sizes range from
i years to ia years of age.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of all quali?
ties, and warranted to lit.
Wo offer a large stock, consisting of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
ind Drawers, Canton Flannel Drawers, Travelling Shirts.
ill colors, English Half Hose, Suspenders, Bows, Neck
lie?, Silk and Worsted Searls, Silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, hommcd and ready tor ute; Gloves, of French Dog?
skin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Kids, Silk,
^loth and Cassimere; Collars, of Linen and Paper, ol
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer for Freedmen's use, at thc low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sad: and Pants).
We respectfully sobcit a call lri m the citizens of
Charleston, and those visiting thc city, to our complete
?tock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
viii take pleasure In showit g our goods to those who
nay favor ua wi.h a call, and wo will guarantee that wc
irOI sell at tuch prices that will suit thc times, lor cash
>r city acceptance;. GEO. LITTLE ?? CO.,
No. 213 King street,
October 20 tuths2moB Victoria Range.
Being determined not
to be undersold by any
me, we will henceforth
m A\D WELL-SELECTED
Which being Equal to any
At such Prices that
IE F IES COMPETITION.
??7 US AND YOU WILL BE CON?
I. L FALK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
?etween Wentworth and Liberty-Sts
October 24 thsru2raos
Large Stock of
MEN AND BOTS
rBE TAILORING DEPAKTM12?T f-UPPLIED WITH
an elegant assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMEHE?
3d VESTINGS, which will be mado up under inc wore
fa First-class Cutter.
io. 219 KING STREET,
Vest Side, One Door South of Mar?
8. W. McTUREOUS,
November 10 _
[TTE OFFER AT COST, AT DETAIL. TUE BAL
rV ANCE of our WHOLESALE STOCK OF Wi.V
ER CLOTHING, including an assortment of GOOD
USINESS SUITS, also COMMON" CLOTHING, suitable
ir laborers. Any one in want of thc abovo is requested
i coll, und thc will bc surprise 1 at tho low prices.
EDUIV BATES & CO.,
December 'i 15 No. 122 Melting sireet.
IE AD FOR YOU It INTEREST.
?AVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOU REACH THE
5 Southwest corner of Meetim: and Wentworth .?tre-t?,
here lt. WHITE will sell you just each FURNITURE
i j ou want, from u CRADLE to n CHAMBER or PAR
Olt SE T, ut prio a th it have pleased many other-!, are
leusiug every day, and so they will you.
Everything warranted as reprc.entcd.
Hair, Cloth, und Vam .sh cheap to thc trade.
Don't bc kept away, und don't leave if uthcrs arc he?
ro yon; you will got your turn.
Southwest CiU'uer of
[eeting and Wentworth streets.
December 4 Imo
FROST. BIM & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IV
AND MANL'FACTURKRS OK
OF EVERY VARIETY.
lo. 73 Bowery, "ear (.'anni Street,
fEAMLOAT-S, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purvrfascd ot om- House guaranteed as re
W. IT.O.-T. JAMES PLACK. CEO. SN?DE!:.
October 24 3mos
COLGATE ?; C?.'?
THE STANDARD Ol'
For Sale hy ul] Grocers.
Octol ir 21 jmo
I ll DECREE INEQUITY.
Funnan .j* Spratt vs. Corker.
Will bo Bold, under tho dirrclion of tho undersigned, at
tho old Customhouse, THIS DAY, thc 19th of Decem?
ber, 1867, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF UND, in this city, known in a cer?
tain plat of lands, divi od by K. K. Payne, Surveyor, in
1842, by thc numbers IC, 18 and 115, bounding and meas?
LOT No. IC-Northwardly by Lor No. 18, 100 feet;
Southwardly by i ot No. 14, 100 feet; Eastwardly by
President street, 40 feet; and Westwardlv by Let No. 15,
LOT No. 18-Northwardly by Lot No. 20, 100 foot;
Southwardly by Lot No. le. 1?0 feet; Eastwardly by
President street, 40 lect; and Westwardly by Lot No. 17.
LOT No. 115-Northwardly by Lot >o. 117.100 feet;
Southwardly by Lot No. 113, 100 feet; Eastwardly by
Lot No. 118. 35 feet; and Woetwurdly by CUcsnut street,
35 feet, moro or less.
Tonne-So much cash as may be necessary to pay the
costs and thc umount clue thc plaintiffs in full, and tho
ba'.anco on a 'credit Of ono year, to bo secured by thc
bond of thc purchaser ai d mortgage of tho premise?,
with interest from day of sale, payable annually. Pur?
chasers to pay for paper? and stamps,
J^cj;nfbcrl9_tb.4_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Provident Institution for Savings vs. Robson el al.,
Beach vs. Robson et al.
Will bc sold, according to postponement, under tho
direction ortho undersigned, at the old Customhouse,
THIS DAY, thc 10th of December, 1867, at ll A. M.,
1. All that LOT OF LAND, with thc threo-story Brick
and Tiled store thereon, situate on Ma^wood's South
Wharl, measurinre ou the South on said Whari 23 feet,
and iu depth 63 feet 6 inches, more or less. Bounding
South on Magwood's South Wharf, North and East by
storehouse and Lot formerly of Charles A. Magwood,
and West rn hnds of Charles A. Magwood and Thomas
2. All that I OT fiF LAND with the three-story Brick
Building thereon, situate on ihc North side ot" the street
leading to North Atlantic Wharf, measuring on thc North
and South Unes 34 feot 7 itches, and on the Bait and
West lines 22 leet 7 iuches, moro or loss. Bounding
North on landa of Gcorgo A. Locke, East on land of I
Bhett t Bobson, West on land of- Mathcwcs, and
Booth on street leading to North Atlantic Wharf.
3. All that LOT OF LAND, with thc Buildings thereon,
being a portion of Atlantic Wharves, lying on tho South
side of tho .-trfiet or way mallina tho Northern entrance
to said Wharves fi om East Bay stroet, extending from
the Noithllno ot the buildings owned by Khett .t Bob
son to th naid street or way, measuring iu width from
West to East 22 feet 9 ino ac-, and i u length - feet.
Boundiug south on lauds ol the said Bhett ? Bobson,
Weal on Innds of-, North on said street or way,
and Cast on lands of Otis Mills and Erastus M. Beach.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two years,
with interest annually from day of sale, secured by bond
ot purchaser and mortgage of tho premises. Buddings
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
December 19 th4 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Robertson vs. Alston.
Will be sold under the direction "of the undersigned, at
tue old Customhouse, THIS DAY, thc 19th of Decem?
ber, 1867, at ll A. M.,
Tbc following PLANTATIONS belonging to thc Estate
of the late William A. Alston, Junior. These plantations
?oin each other and comprise a body of about 7000 acres,
Oounded by Wucqatuaw River, Winyah Bay and the
Atlantic Ocean. A short lonee running from the river to
tho sea will onelote the entire body of thc land. The
lands aro all wonded, and affording pasturage both in tho
twamp and on tno sea shore. Tho property may be ad?
vantageously used for Bice and Cotton cultivation and
tho ?aising of Stock. On "Fricudncld" plantation there
H a valuablo Unck Ri c Mill.
1. "FRIHNDE1ELD," a Rice plantation situate in All
saints Parish, between Winyah Hay and North Inlet, con?
taining 792 acres of which about - aro tide water
River swamp) more or less. Also, "MARSH ISLAND,"
In Winyah Bay, containing 108 acres, more or less.
2. "MICHAND'S POINT," situate in .Ul Saints Parish,
3eorgetOwn District, and contalninc 2846 acres, more or
ess. Uoundlng South on Winyah Kay, West on lands of
fohn A. Alston, Ea-t on Alain creek to North Inlet, and
S'orih on lands of John A. Alston.
3. "STRAWB'BRY HILL," a Rice plantation, con?
taining about 180 acres of Swamp had, 900 acres of high
and; bounding on Winyah Bay, tho Atlantic Ocean, and
m lands of tho late Hu^hFraier and Dr. Blythe.
4. "MARIETTA," a Rico plantation, containing 1100
lores, moro or less, of which -- icres ure tide water
Uiver Swamp; bounding on Waccamaw Bivor, Atlantic
Jcean, "bellfield," belonging to Charles Alston, and
5. ' CALAIS," containing 1391 acre?, more or less;
)ounding on Winyah Ray. and on lands ot John A. Alston
ind Paul Michaud. Also, a TRACT of 504 ucres, bound
ug on Main Creek, Midland's, John A. Alston's, and
ands fo:merty of the Estato of Martin.
0. "HORSE ISLAND," in Winyah Bay, containing 19
icres, more or less.
7erins-One-third cash; balanco in one, taro and
hree years, secured by boud of tho purchasers and mort?
gages ot the premises, with interest iron diy ot sal', pay
ible annu ihy. Purchaser to pay lor papers and stamps.
December 19 tu3thl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Jlorlbcck vs. Mcilanmon.
?Viii bc sold under tuo urroction of tbs undersigned, at
tho old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, tho 7th day of
January, 1868, at ll A. M.,
.Ul that LOT OF LAND, with tho three-story Brick
Juilding and Outbuildings thorcuti, sit?ale on tho uorth
lido ol lradd-strcot, between Muling and King st-eets,
n this c.ty, mcnsur.ng in front 40 feet, and in depth 100
cet, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; bids ncc payablo in two equal
.mina insta menta, with iutorest from thc day ol sale,
layable ?inanady, secur>d by bond of tuc purchaser und
uorlgagc of the premises; building" to bo insured and
johcy usaigui-d. Purchaser to ) ay for papers md stamps.
December 19 th3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Exors. Boyce vs. Armstrong.
Viii be sold, under tho direction of tho undersigned, at
tho old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th day of
January, 1808. at ll A. M.,
A l tba' LOT OF L\ND. situate m thc north Fide of j
ilarket-suvct, in tl is city, and known as No. 42, measur
ng iu fr< nt on Mai kOt-Street 20 feet 3 luches, tho sumo
m the back Uno, liv 79 f et 10 inches in dopth, moro or
C3s; boundiun north partly on Lot . Nos. 29 and 30 (accoru
ngto a Pin ct the "Burnt Dis ri t," surveyed by Robert
?. Payu \ Esq., in May, lboO, ari 1 now of record in the
itheo ol Re lalor o< Mcsue Conveyance for this Dis:ric ),
ast by Lot No. 65 ou asl t Piat. now owned by James
inn trong, south by Marltet-sroct, and west by a Lot of |
and now or atc th . property ol Dr. P. M. Cohen.
Terms-'Jne-th rd ra-h; balance in one and two years,
ecurcd by bo.id of the i urchaser and inortgag* of tho
?remi.-os, wiih iutorest from day of sale, payable semi
.tinually. i ho building- to bo 1 sur.'d and policy assign
id. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
J.vMEd TUPPER, Master lu Equity,
December 19 th3tul
SAM'L R. MARSHALL
RESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM DIS FRIEND i
that ha has now on hand, and is receiving consraut
jr, th : following
jiii icm iv
.Vilich he offers at Wholesale und Retail.
LXE9. Ht>ES, SPADES. SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES, Cil VINS, NAILS,
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS.
[TJRPENTINE TOOL?, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
JILL AND GRIND STONES.
PLOUGHS. CORN S HELLERS,
STRAW CUTT' BS,
HOUSER EEPING ARTICLES.
JAULE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
FoRKs AND CASTORS,
SAUSAGE BT OFFERS,
MEAT CD I TEES,
POWDER, sIIOT, ?
WOOD TIN AND HOLLOW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG
t,.\NI>, of my own iuiuortat on, au assortment of GENS,
L'TLERV, Stool Corn Milt,, i arron Ware, Sporting Ar?
ides, A c. Will be sold low for cash or cuy acceptance.
No. 310 K1SG-STREET,
THREE DOOKS BELOW SOCIETY,
SIGN OF TUE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 _25
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES !
roe VERY LOWEST mm PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
J UV 10 BRANCH
MUTUAL Fill KN!)
III VAL BANGE
CA BOLINA COOK.
.OR CHURCHES. HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
IHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY & CO..
No. IOU MEETING ST RE KT,
November 3 2mos Charleston, S. c.
The Enst Florida Banner,
-CALA, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. SMIIH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DiBBUHL, Assistant Tditor.
rHE BANNER HAS A LARGE CTRCUIATION
throughout tho most populous and wealthy portions
Lu ines? men, desirous of introducing their budines
lirongh that section, would do well to advertise tu its
SCBSCBIRIOS, 33 A TSAR.
SPAEXICK ii Co., Ageuti:, ?it Coarier Office, Charleston,
on tb Carolina, September 27
Sides, Buller and Lard.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THI8 DAT, on Brown's Wharf. at three
quarters past 0 o'clock,
6 HHDS. t IDES
70 LlrkiiH mid tuba cboico Butter
30 tubB Lard
Bbls. Pig Shoulders.
Conditions cash. December 19
Bagging and Hope.
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, In ?rem: O? our 8tore, will be
5 bales H EA VT (FngUsh made) GUNNY BAGGING,
70 coils FLAX BALE HOPE, of superior quality.
Conditions at sale. December 19
? Sal!.' Salt !
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 19th instant, will bo sold before our store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
159 sacks Si LT.
Conditions cash. December 19
On Account of all Concerned, Nails.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 19th instant, will be ?old before our Store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of aU con
10 kegs NAILS, assorted 3izes.
HAMS. SIDES, Shoulders, Strips. Pig Hims, kc, kc
Conditions cash. December 19
Felt Hats, Cloth. Caps,, Ladies' nats, Shirts,
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAT, tho 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be
fold at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting-street,
15 dozen FINE FELT HATS, nev and fresh goods, de?
Men's Cloth Caps, Silk Harr Net?, Leather Money Bags
30 cases Ladies' Straw, Velvet and Plush Hats; Buck
Enamelled Bags, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Pencils
144 China Toy Tea Sets, Vest and Coat Buttons, Wool?
Linen Bosom Shirts, Groy Melton Cassimeres, and
Bell, nap Shirts
Hickory Shirts, Ribbed Wool Jackets, Children's Bal?
Satinet Pants, Fancy Worsted Scarfs, Men's and La?
dies' Woollon Gloves
White Blankets, Satinets, Cassimeres, Briarwood
With a variety of other goods hot enumerated.
At Private ?Sale:
Bales 4-4 BEAVER CREEK SHEETINGS
Bales 3-4 Heavy Brown sheetings
Bales Cotton Yarn. December 19
Handsome Sterling Silver.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWES.
Will be sold, at our offlco, No. 56 Broad-street, THIS
DAY, 19th instant, at il o'clock,
HANDSOME ST HR LING SILVER,
EXTRA LARGE AND >M.\LL WAITERS, PITCHERS,
Candlesticks, Cheese Knife and other articles.
1 HEAVILY PLATED WAITES.
Terms cash. December 19
Cotton, on Account of all Concerned.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWES.
Will bo sold TO-MORROW, 93th Inst., at Union Press,
East Bay, at ll o'clock,
THREE BALES UPLAND COTTON.
Terms cash. December 19
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS'
ALMANAC FOR 1868,
CONTAINING ITS USUAL VALUABLE INFORMATION
43-The Trade supplied at the following rates: $10 per
Hundred; $1.50 per Dozen.
PUBLISHER, No. 69 BROAD-STREET.
December 19_thu tu 13
For the Holidays.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS COMPLETED HIS USUAL
made with great care, and comprising the choicest Pub?
lications of the London and Continental Press.
His specialty, hov ever, for this season will be
SUITABLE FOR A^L AGES, and solcctcd from the very
bost publications ol LONDON AND THE CONTINENT.
He also offers choice editions of BIBLES AND PRAYER
BOOKS, PHOTO GRAPHIC ALBCMS, PAPETERIE, kc,
all of which, having boon recent.y purchased for cash, on
unusually favorable terms, will bc sold at correspond?
ingly LOW RAIES.
IMPORTER OT FOREIGN BOOKS,
December 16_ No. 285 King-street.
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
UP-TOWN BOOK? NEWS DEPOT.
No. 1357 KIM; STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, kc; parlies living ui>
town will find ft convenient to give mo a call, and can
rely on getting their papers regular. City papers sold
and subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magazines.
Foreign Papers and Reviews ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention pail to orders from the country.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS alway? kept "on
hand. Smo November 21
"Prevention is Better than Cure."
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROYKD AND HIGHL? RECOMMENDED BT
A'V_ thu 1'lench Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
ii nail'Lie mtldoto against infection fromiipecialDisea.es.
This Inminable i reparation is suited lor either sex, and
hu? proved, Irom ampie experience, the most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for in the Modical World. It
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, exp cl all impurities from the
absorbent vessel*, and render contamination impossible.
Ile wise m time, and at a very small outlay, save hours ol
uutold bodily and mental torin-nts.
This most rciiable specific, no universally adopted In
tho Old World, is now offered for sale for the first time in
America by F. A. D?PORT .t CO., only authorized
Agents for the Urited States.
Trice $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $5.
Thc usual discount to the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt ol" price, to any address, with dircc
tioUB and pamphlet, by addressing to
P. A. DUPORT k CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Uicord's P. I..,
May 22 J yr No. li.? (?old Street New York.
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which has been patented in the United States,
France and England, ls now offered by tho subscriber to
thc public, feeling assured they will Oud lt, upon exami?
nation, ono ot the greatest inventions ot the age.
Prominent amoug Its advantages arc:
Finsi-Thc facility with which horses may bo harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a C arriauc, also rendering lt
unnecessary lor the person uu.iaruessiug to pass between
or beliind thc horses as is customary, thus avoiaing any
liability of being kicked.
.SECOND-lu case of a horse falling, he may be loosed
from thecarriago in ouc secord, witnout tho driver leav
lng his scat It is so simple in its operation that a child
can work it.
THIKD A>'D GBEATUST-In casen of horses taking fright,
becoming uumauagable or ruuning away, tho tembl?
consequences which so frequently follow may be all avoid?
ed by thia simple application to carriages, as the horses
can bc loosed troni the carriage "ma twinkling, " and tho
carriage is quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUCBEUX gave several public exhibitions. The
great favor and praise mauiff ited by tho public on these
occasions, ls one ol tho evidences ot a popular apprecia?
tion ot' tts merits.
Tcims may be known and orders received for applying
tho patent to carriages, or purchase of State Rights, by
addressing to C. DUCREUX, Patentee,
No. S3 Elizabeth street, New York.
PIANO-FORTES-GRAND, SQX'ARE AND
UPRIGHT-Which aro now acknowledged to be,
by thc Leading Artists in this country, SUPERIOR TO
ANT OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instruments pos?
sess every modern improvement, are of the largest size,
finished in CARVED aud PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
embracing every variety of style. Each has the full
METALLIC FRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or with?
out the agratle arrangement). Each has thc FRENCH
ORAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
other in rapid execution. '..Lose Instruments are all
SEVEN, SEVEN A>"D A yUAllXEE and SEVEN AND A TUinD
OCTAVES; constructed of TUCBOICJULY SEASONED WOOD,
and of thc finest and best mu ferial. For ?BE AI POWEB,
SINOINO QUALITIES, SWEETN?EB ai!(l PUBXTT OF TONE
throushout tuceutire RccisiEn: ELEGANCE OF1TNISH
and G Er. AT DURABILITY, tu.- Piano-Fortes of Messrs.
JENNYS i SON are unsurpassed Uv any other nuken in
thc WORLD, and have liken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXH1BI1ED. The same facilities which
enable this linn to produce a SU l'ERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also enable them to offer thur PIANO-FORTES to thu
public at TWENTY PEU CENT, lower than any other FIBSV
CLASS manufacturer in thc country.
The special attention Of Dialers, Teachers and others
is invited to thc exan.iuatiou ol these Pianos bet?re mak?
ing their selection elsewhere. Every Instrument is fully
WARRANTED FOR J IVE YEARS. Descriptive circu
lars sent tu all parts ot the country upon appl'catlon. Ad
aiw JENNYS i: SONS,
Koa. 233 ami -JJ5 La.-: -?Ut stvork.
Between 2d and td Avenues, Newreet,
Sutern bar 87 _ _
CHER AW ADVERTISER.
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE. SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
Cheraw, S. C. Published weekly, by POWELL A
TEUMS OF SCnsCBIPTION :
One copv one year.?3 Ot
KA ms or ADVEurifiNu :
tine Square, ten Unca or les?, one insertion.SI 00
For ?.ach subsequent insertion. 76
All Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they
will be published until ordered out, and charged accord,
Merchants aud others advertising by the year, a lib??
rai deduction on the above rates will be made,
Hams, Strips, Shoulders, Side?, ?e.
JEFFORDS * CO.
WUl sell THIS DAY, in front of their nore, at half-put 9
10 boxes Choice S. O. PIG HAMS
10 boxes Choice Strip?
600 Bright Shoulden
300 Bright New Side?
75 boxea A laman tine Candles
75 tubs Lard
26 boxes Cheese. December 19
Clothing, Dry Goods, ?c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my Store,
comer of King and Liberty streets,
AN INVOICE OF CLOTHING,
MEN'S TWEED, JEAN and SATINET SACKS
Men's Casslmere and Satinet Panta.
Pieces EMPRESS CLOTH, White and Grey Flannel, Ss?
net. Jean, Br" wu Plain, kc.
Dosens Lidies' and Gent's Hosiery, Madras H din.,
Hoop s. in?, Gloves, kc
On IO-MORROW, I will sell,
100 ca --a* BOOTS and SHOES, prime stock.
Lot on Rutledge Avenue at Auction.
BY LOWNDES & GRIMS ALL,
Real K?tato Brokers.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, at the old Post
All that LOT OF LAND at the northwest corner of Rut?
ledge Avenue and Mount-street, measuring 67 feet on
Rutledge and 98 feet on Mount-street; a small House on
the Lot. An elegant stand for a store.
Terms cash. _December 19
Lots on Rutledge Avenue al Auction.
BY LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
Real Estate Broken.
WU1 be sold on THIS DAY, December 19, 1867, at ll
o'clock, at the Old P. stofflce,
Two LOTS OF LAND on Rutledge Avenne, each 40
feet front by 137 foot deep.
Throe Lots on Nunan-street each 10 feet by 137 feet
Four Lots of Land on Payne-street-two 10 by 110 feet
deep, and two 10 by 216 feet deep.
These Lots are high and dry, and weB drained. Thor
arc almost Immediately at the terminus of the City Rail?
Four LOTS on Mount-street, each 10 feet by 133 fret
deep; one 10 feet by - feet
These Lots are admirably situated for market farming.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two years,
with bond and mortgage of the property. Purchaser to
pay L k Q. for papers and stamps.
December 19 fawthl
In the matter of John K. Millner, one of the Firm
of J. M. Sines Sr Co., Bankrupts-In Bank?
BY LEE & CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of au Order of Sale, to mo directed, from the
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the District Court of
South Carolina, in Pankruptcy, for the District afore?
said, in the above case, I will sell, at public auction, at
the old Postofflce, on MONDAY, 23d Inst, at ll o'clock,
ONE TURPENTINE DISTILLERY WITH APPURTE?
NANCES, consisting of Steam Engine, Retorts, Baskets,
Tool?, Ac, located at Monk's Corner, together with the
exclusive right tor the State of South Carolina of James
A. Mattock's Patent for au Improved Method of Distil?
THE EQUITABLE INTEREST TN A FIVE YEARS
LEASE OF ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, upon
which the said works are situated.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for rapers and stamps.
December 13 9 Assignee of Jso. K. Mxrjurn.
BY ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, \o. 8 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
THE STOCK OF A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE,
in the lower part of the city, with lease ot Building, at
rent of $160 a i ear. If not sold by the 2d of January,
wUT be sold at oublie auction.
Apply to ANDREW M. MOREL IND,
December 17 ruthi Broker, No. 8 Broad-street
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD SIX PER CENT.
BONDS, due 1st January, 1868, wanted by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
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