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THE DAILY NEWS.
tST LARGEST CIRCULAI ION.-THE DALLY NEWS
F EIN O THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY KECOG
N1ZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULAI ION
IN THE CJTY OF CHARLESTON, PUBLISHES THE
UST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICE
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1867.
L 0 0 A L M A T T K K S .
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
J. & F. DAWSON will sell this day, at their store,
corner East Bay and Accommodation wharf, at 10
o'clock, ales, porter, ic.
J OILS G. Mn.sor. A Co. will sill thia day, at
th?.ir auction salesroom. No. 133 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods, Ac.
J. A. ENSLOW*& Co. will soil this da.\ iu front oi
their store, No. 141 East Bay, at 10* o'clock,
mackerel, ccdfish, Ac.
JEFFORDS A Co. will sell this day, in front ot'
their store, at 9$ o'clock, shoulders, hams, sides.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9$ o'clock, sides, butter, lard.
MILKS DRAKE will sell this day, at his store,
corner King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,
clothing, drv goods, hardware, fancv boxes.
R. A A. "P. CALDWELL will sell this day, before
their store, at 9$ o'clock, tobacco, lard, hams, Ac.
A. H. ABRAHAMS A SONS will sell this div, at
their salesroom, No. 35 Haync-street, at 10 o'clock,
jewelry, watches, plated ware, Ac.
MILLICAN A Sos will sell this day, al No. 22
Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, furniture, dry goods,
LAU REY A ALEXANDER will sell this day, be?
fore their store, No. 137 Eist Bay, at 10 o'clock,
hams, sides, shoulders. Ac.
OUR CHRISTMAS EXTRA.-To-morrow will bei'
sued our grand Christmas Extra, containing, in
full, "No Thoroughfare,'' a Christmas story for
1867, written by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Col?
lins. Ibis Extra will eonsist of eight pasos, or
forty columns, of reading matter; and has been
prepared and printed, at great labor and expense,
by "our unaided enterprise, ' as a further evidence
of our detormiB?.tion to make the "DALLY NEWS"
the leading journal in the Southeru States.
''No Thoroughfare" is a story of thrilling inter?
est. Charles Dickens retains the humor and
pathos of old; Wilkie Collins is vivid, mysterious,
and full ol' power; the story is fascinating and ab?
sorbing from the first word to the last.
Our Christmas Extra will be issued to-morrow,
free of charge, to all our regular readers and sub?
THE NEWS AT EIGHTEEN CENTS PER WEEK.-Mr.
J. Silverstein, agent for the city delivery announ?
ces that the DALLY NEWS will be issued by six
o'clock every morning to subscribers in any por?
tion of tho city at eighteen cents a week, payable
weekly. Orders left at tho periodical stores of Mr.
C. C. Righter, Nos. 161 and 338 Ki cg-street, or at
the office of the DALLY NEWS, NO. 18 Hayne-Btreet,
will receive prompt attention.
PERSONAL.-The Right Rev. Bishop Lynch ar?
rived in this city yesterday from New York.
BASE BALL.-Tho last game of the season will
be played on Citadel Green Christmas af crinum.
The members of the Alert, Carolina and Palmetto
Clubs are invited to participate. Ball tossed at
half-past one o'clock.
A PosTOFFiCE has been established at North
Saetee, Georgetown District, and a mad passes
between it and Charleston once a week, each way,
closing at the Charleston Postoffice on Tuesdays,
at half-past 9 o'clock, and leaving North Santee
for Charleston on Fridays.
THE BAPTIST BANNER.-The former patrons of J
the Baptist Banner will bc pleased to learn that
the first number of tho seventh volume will ap?
peal- on the first Saturday in January. We invite
the attention of our readers to the prospectus
which appears in our advertising columns.
ROBBERY AT THE PAVILION HOTEL.-The pastry
cook employed at the Pavilion Hotel was deprived
Hjme time since of $52.50 in silver and $65.00 iu
greenbacks. This loss affected him seriously, and
he hud tho matter before the detectives for a solu?
tion. Certain parties who were suspected have
been arrested and will be pvamined.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.-Tho forty-ninth anni?
versary meeting of this Society was held at tho
Mills House yesterday evening, and the following
officers were lectod :
OTIS ML-LS. President,
J. B. CAMPBELL, 1st vice-President.
.J. B. BEITS, 2d vice-President.
THADDEUS STREET. Secretary and Treasurer.
.Fie? JAMES H. TATLOB, who declined re-election.
AT THE anniversary communication of Friend?
ship Lodge, No. 9, held at the Masonic Hall, De?
cember 23,1867, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing Masonic year :
Bro. N. LEVIN, W. M.
?Bro. A D. COHEN, S. W.
Bro. A GOLDaMITH, J. W.
.Bro. A. MOROSO, P. M., Treasurer.
.Bro. S. VALtNTINE, P. M., Secretary.
Bro. J. N. NATHAN, S. D.
Bro. E. STRAUSS, J. D.
Bro. Y. YGLESIAS, 1 " ,
Bro. S. MANN, / Stewards.
Bro. JAMES BEASLEY, Tyler.
.Bro. A. Falk, S. W., Bro. Jose Jara, Treasurer, Bro.
E. Scott, Seaetary, declined a re-election.
MOZART'S GRAND MASS.- A rehearsal of this cele?
brated mass took pla^o at St. Mary's Church yes?
terday evening. The choir were assisted by a
number of the professional and amatour musi?
cians of the city, and the mass was rendered in an
admirable manner. A number of persons attract?
ed by the music clustered around tho portico, and
anticipated the services of Christmas day. The
choir wore in admirable train jig, and it was con?
ceded that the performance of the mass could not
fail to be perfect.
BUSINESS ACTIVITY.-With the opening of this
week thc business in the different branches of
trade has been much brisker. Greenbacks havo
been more plentiful and a liberal display of Spin?
ner's colors soon drove away the blues. The King
Btreet stores were crowded yesterday with buyers,
preparing their Christmas gifts, and the Eroress
Company's large office was crowded with goods to
be sent to various parts of the country. Every
clerk was kept busy and the whole prosented a
scene of life, bustle and activity that was in pleas?
ing contrast to tho dulncss of the past week.
A BOLD OUTRAGE.-The Columbia Phoanix says
that some eight freedmen, near Gadsden, on Fri?
day last, boldly took possession of a wagon and
four mules, ana two mules, with two bales of cot?
ton, belonging to Mr. Mosely, and took the pro?
perty forcibly away. Five of the freedmen were
arrested by the police, and a warrant was issued
on Saturday for the arrest of all the parties. Tho
vigilance of Mr. Radcliffe, Chief of the Columbia
Police, caused the arrest of two others of the gang
of robbers, in that city, on Saturday, and the re?
maining one of the party will probably be captured.
This is one of the boldest and most flagrant out?
rages yet perpetrated in Richland District.
UNITED STATES COTTRT, HON. GEO. S. BRYAN PRE?
SIDING.-This Court, which has just adjourned its
session in Columbia, resumed its sittings io this
city yesterday. Judge Bryan, the United States
District Attorney, Major D. T. Corbin; United
Marshall Epping, Daniel Horlbeck, Esq., the Clerk
of the Court, and the other officers who were ab
aent, have returned to the city after their arduous
labors with renewed health and spirits, and the
Winter term will be opened shortly after the holi?
The only business transacted yesterday was the
petition of tho creditors of Thomas Davies to have
bim declared a bankrupt. Tho adjudication of
I ankruptcy, with the consent of the bankrupt, was
signed by the Judge, aud, on motion of G. W. Wil?
liams, Esq., attorney for tho petitioner, tho case
was referred to W. J. dawson, Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy for tho Fourth Congressional District.
FALR or THE MORRIS-STREET BAPTIST CHURCH,
COLORED.-The congregation of this church have
opened a Fair in tho second story of the building
lately occupied by the National Express Company,
and a glance at the intornsl decorations convinced
us that they have not expended their energies
uselessly. A Christmas tree towers in the centre,
and from its branches are pendant sundry toys
that arc exchanged for fractional currency. At
?"acb end of the hall arc tables where the good
things of this lifo are dispensed, while at intervals
are booths whero every variety of fancy, ornamen?
tal and usefrd articles may be obtained. The post
office, fortune-teller and grab-bags, are all in their
appropriate places, and aro surrounded by custo?
mers. Tho object of tho fair is to rniso funds for
the benefit of the church, and tho committee of
arrangements have exerted themselves to make
the fair attractive. A band of music would, how?
ever, be a great additiou, and would be appre?
ciated by the visitors.
IFiBE.-An alarm of tiro waa sounded last
about half-past 10, and was lound to proceed
the burning of a scroon in tho millinery eti
Mrs. Knox, in King-street, opposite Ld barty,
poa had been extinguished, and while tho in
ef the store wero moving about with a eand
screen, which formed a partition in t!io
caught and tho uro was communicatod to
paper boxes, but the damage wr.s Blight, an
fore the arrival ol' the engines lt was extiugr.
EVEBOBBEK8.-A brisk business was donc i
line yesterday, and tho forests in the ueighbo
of tho city were denuded of thoir fairest bo
while saplings wero torn from tho groan
used either for tho purpose of decorating
building or for Christmas trees. Before the
of tbe Catholic and Episcopal churches the i
city of pine and holly bushes that were s
over the pavement impeded travel, and coni|
the passer-by to take a wide circuit. A nun..
Christmas trees have teen cut, and will bc er
in ditlorent households, while tho Sunday sci
and other pocietios that celebrate the occasi
this same manner, will also make a heavy dr?
tho woods for a supply of the natural beaut
PANORAMA OF COLUMBIA.--Tho Hibernian
will be reopened to-night, and the P&norai
the City of Columbia exhibited to tho public,
painting has been exlalled asalife-likcrepres
lion of thc capital of the State before tho fl
had destroyed its beauty and left sightless I
in the placo of noble mansions and blooming
dens. During tho war Columbia was the rest
many who had been driven from their home
the coast, and these, and all who remei
Columbia as it was and is, will gladly renew
acquaintance with tho familiar scenes now de
cd on the canvas. Tho tim" embraced in
views extends from 1860 to 1865, and include
! of thc most noted features ol the city during
period. The Panorama is undoubtedly a woi
great merit, and as the price of admission is c
low, it should bo seen by all who have ever vii
the once beautiful capital of thc Palmetto ?Stat
THE TURRET QUESTION. -One ol our frie
mindful of the honors due to the day of mince
and good living, in time procured a splendid i
bier, ;:nd nurtured him with tender care. Engl
ed though ho was with tho anxieties of business
managed to steal a few minutes two or throe ti
a day to sate his ?yes ou tho bird of Paradise,
state dinner was arranged, to do honor to Chi
mas and the turkey. The invatious were ?sst
The chtj-de-cuisine with all his sooty adjut:
were busy with tho great preparations of the hi
AU went merry aa a dinner bell, till in an evil L
?Ethiopia stretched forth her hand, and-Tur
was no more. Tho place that had known it k:
it no more. Though not tho work ol' an hoi
man. a non-esl turkey was the consequence. Tl
was lamentation and wailing in the house of
friend; but all in vain. The evil could not bo r
edied. It was too late. Messengers wero
patched to countermand tho invitations, and
unfortunate victim of the impromptu confiscal
has accepted an invitation to take his Christi
dinner with ono of his friends.
CHRISTMAS EVE.-With Christmas Evo r
holidays may practically be said to commot
though according to ecclesiastical computati
the festival really begins on tho 16th of '.
comber, and is continued to February
or tho evening befoie Candlemas Day.
common parlance Ibe Christmas holidayf oomf
hend a period of nearly a fortnight, comuienc
on Christmas Eve and ending on Twelfth D
The whole of this season is one of joyful ont
taiument and rnerry-makiptr. The origin of
different Christmas customs date back to rem
ages. After the conversion of Britain to Chrif
anity, tho Christian teachers engrafted the ri
of their religion on the old heathen ceremoni
By this amalgamation tho festivities of tho Bom
Saturnalia, the ceremonies observed by the Briti
Druids at tho period of the Winter solstice and t
grim mythology of the anciont Saxons, became i
corporatod in tho Christian church and formed pi
of tho Christmas observances. Among Bom
Catholics a mass is colcbrated at midnight
Christmas Evo, another at daybreak on Christin
day, and a third at a subsequent hour in tho moi
Lng. In both thc Catholic and Episcopal Churcb
it is the practice to decorate tho interior of t
buildings with overgiccns in commemoration
tho Nativity. Christmas Eve obtains ita great?
celobrity from tho Christmas Tree which is i
ranged either for this night or for thc followii
morning. Before retiring the children of tl
household hang np thoir stockings at thu foot
tho bod to bo filled by Kris Kringle. Ii any o
has been naughty a rod is placed in tho stockii
and the gifts are withheld. The Christmas Tree
a common innovation on old English customs, b
it has been generally adopted as ono of tl
pageants of the fostival. The burning of tho Yu
log, and the legends cbnnected with tho Mistleto
are things whicn are fast fading into moro Chris
maa memories. But wu still cling to thc glad fami
gatherings and the social reunions which mark tl
day as a time of peace and good wJl among men
AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE-THE ECONOM? OF TE
FREEDMEN. -The freedmen in this State have bec
orderly and quiet beyond all expectation, am
while many have not made themselves to unde
stand the necessity cf hard and continuous worl
there aro hundreds in this- city who aro giviu
their less sensible brethren au excellent examp!
of cconoL^y and thrift. Tables published by ti
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company sho
that, in the month of November, the total doposii
in the Charleston office amounted to $47,911; thi
being largely in excess of the amount deposited i
thc offices ut Baltimore, Mobile, New York, Kiel
mond and Augusta. At Beaufort, S. C., office, s
the same time, tho deposits were no less tha
$48,618, showing that tho freedmen in thia Stat
have saved and laid up in bank more money tba
has boen dono in any other State in thc Uniox
The total deposits in the twenty offices of th
Savings and Trust Company aro now more tba
Laif a million of dollars; and in ono month $191,49
The National Savings Bankj, as the Freedman'
Savinr i and Trust Company is called, are chai
tered oy Congress, ?iud tho signing of thc bil
creatijg them was one of tho last official acts c
President Lincoln. All deposits aro perfectly sc
cure and can be drawn without notice. Deposit
of hard money aro repaid in hard money; interest i
allowed on all deposits, and all the profits belouj
to tho depositors.
lu this city the office of tho Freedman's Saving:
Bank and Trust Company is at No. 9 State-street
and Mr. Nathan Bitter is the Cashier. This gentle
man gives notice in tho '"NEWS" of thia morniii'
that money deposited on or before Jauuaiy 20
1868, is entitled to interest as ii it were deposite;
on January 1st, which gives 'he depositor an ad
vantage to two or three weekf interest. Mr. Kit
ter also publishes a card of tho bank which shouk
be read and studied by ever freedman who know
thc valuo of his dimes au J lollara, and who wishei
to make a provision for h imsoif and family in th;
times of sickness or want of employment. Mono'
laid up at home will ass'.redly be spent; mono}
deposited in bank can be Jrawn out when required
but ia out of the way o' daily and hourly tempta
tions. One dollar s" ced will soon grow into two
our hundreds of li : gal freedmen can, if they will
econ be numbered oy thousands.
THE FREEUMF.N'S BUREAU AND THE INDIGENT
POOR.- The in ormation received from Washing?
ton that Gen :ral R. K. Scott, the present Assist?
ant Corumiss'oner of the Bureau for this State,
would he retained in his position until further or
dera, has given general pleasure to those who,
though not friends of the institution, desired to
see it conducted with judgment and sound discre.
tion. Since General Scott assumed charge of tho
Bureau he has endeavored to control it for tho
benefit of those for whom it was designed, and the
destitute poot ol' the city, both white and black,
have frequently had cause to appreciate it:, aid.
Without entering upon a panygoric of the Bureau,
it ia not, therefore, improper at this time to con?
sider some of its workings, and award praise
where it is due.
In August last it was decided to discontinue the
distribution of rations to the destitute, and num?
bers who were dependent on tho Bureau for a sup?
port were thrown upon their own resources. Tho
comparative failure of the crops, which was fol?
lowed by a scarcity of money, increased the desti?
tution, especially among the laboring classes,
many of whom were thrown out of employment.
At his urgent solicitation, however, Genend Scott
wus allowed to continue the bounty of the Bureau
to a limited extent. The number of registered
bfciietic-iariea in this city and the suburba was
about livo hundred whites and eight hundred
blacka, most of tho former being widows with large
families. It would have been harsh, indeed, to
have at once deprived this number ot destitute
poor of their daily food, and General Scott applied
to the Chief Commissioner, General Howard, for
permission tu establish soup houses for the poor.
Thia was granted, and as soon as the authority to
purchase the necessary meat i- obtained, they Will
bo opened and the bounty dispensed. The govern?
ment ?it Washington has among its army stores a
larg? quantity of desicated vegetables nut up in
hermetically sealed cans. These aro now nearly
useless for army purposes, ami if sold at auction
would bring a mero song. Goneral 8cott baa
applied for a portion of thcso alores, and will uso
thom as enc of thc lii^rcdionla of tho soup. Tho
houses for distribution will bo established at the
Colored Orphan Asylum in Quoen-sfreet, and in
King-Street, one door above Hudson, and it is ex?
pected they will bo opened to the public on tho
first of tho month.
lu addition to tho rations furnished, tho Bureau
has distributed a quantity of clothing, shoos, &c.
During the past year over fifteen hundred over?
coats were given to the poor, principally aged and
infirm negro men. At preaent thcao supplies aro
confined to Hie colored women, who aro constant
applicants for thia bounty.
Tho changes recently made by Gen. Scott in tho
discharge of aoveral of his officials for meddling
with politics, havo boen sustained by Gen. Howard
Sumo of thc part ?c .-3 who were diachargod wont to
Washington and endeavored to procure their ro
instalmcnt, but faned to convince tho authorities
of their innocence, and only enjoyed their trouble
for their pains.
TOE COMPLEXION OF THE DELEGATION TO THE
COMING CONVENTION.-The following is a fud list
of the delegates elected to tho Reconstruction Con?
vention in each district in this Stato. Of the total
number of one hundred and twenty-four delegates,
fifty-five are white and sixty-nine colored :
ABBEVILLE.- John A. Hunter, Baily Milford,
whites; Hutson J. Lomax, Thomas Williamson,
Nelaon Joiner, colored.
ANDERSON.-William Perry, Dr. N. J. Newell,
whites; Samuel Johnson, colored.
BABNWELL.-Charlea P. Leslio, Niles G. Parker, .
whiles; James N. Hayne, Julius Mayer, Charles \
D. Hayne, Abraham Middleton, colored.
BEAUFORT.-Francis E. Wilder, Reuben G.
Holmes, James D. Boll, whites; J. J. Wright,
Robert Smalls, W. J. Whipper, Lauden S. Lang?
BEBKELEY.-Joseph H. Jenks, A. C. Richmond,
T. Hurley, D. H. Chamberlain, whites; Vf. H. W.
Gray, Georgo Leo, Bonjamin Byas, Wm. Jervoy,
M. F. Beeker, colored.
CHARLESTON.-Frederic A. Sawyer, C. C. Bowen,
A. G. Mackey, Gilbert Pillsbury, whites; A. J.
Ransier, R. H. Cain, F. L. Cardoz'a, R. C. DeLarge,
Wm. McKinlev, colored.
CHESTER.- ?. Burton, S. Sanders, P. Alexander,
CHESTERFIELD.-R. James Donaldson, white; H.
L. Sbrewabury, colored.
CLABEND:IN.-Elias E. Dixoti, white; William
COLLETON.-John K. Terry, Jesse S. Craig,
whiles; W. M. Viney, Wm. M. Thomas, Wm.
DARLINGTON.-B. F. Whitemore, while; Isaac
Brockenton, Jordan Lang, Richard Humbird,
EDGEFTELD.-GeorgeP. DeMedicis, John Wooley,
F. Arnim, whites; R. ft Elliott, P. R. Rivers, J.
Bonum, D. Harris, colored.
FAIRFIELD.--Janies 51. Rutland, white; H. D.
Edwards, H. Jacobs, colored.
GBEHNVILLE.-James M. Allen, J. M. Runion, W.
B. Johnson, white; Wilson Cook, colorod.
GEOBQETOWN.-F. F. Millper, H. W. Webb,
whites; James Moultrie, colored.
HOBBY.-Henry W. Jones, Augustus Roavcs,
KERSHAW.-J. K. Ji?laon, S. G. W. Dill, whites;
John A. Chesnut, colored.
LAURENS.-Joseph Crews, white; T. S. P. Owens,
Nelson Davis and i larry McDaniel, colored.
LANCASTER.--Albert Clinton, Charles Jones, col?
LEXINGTON.-Hou. Lemuel Boozer, Simeou Cor
"MARION.-William Collins, white; H. E. Haye,
Benjamin A. Thompson, J. W. Johnson, colored.
MARLBORO'.-Georgo Jackson, white; Calvin
NEWBEBBY.-B. Odell Educan, Jas. Henderson,
whites; Loo Nance, color, d.
OBANGEBUBO.-E. W. M. Mackev, white; B. F.
Randolph, T. K. Sasportas, W. J. McKinley, E. J.
PIOKENS.-Alexander Bryce, Sr., M. Mauldin,
whites; Ed. Ligins, colored.
RICHLAND.-Thomas J. Robertson, white; C. M.
Wilder, AV. B. Nash, S. B. Thompsou, colored.
bPABTANBUBG.-J. P. F. Camp, John S. Gentry,
whites; Coy Wingo, Rico Foster, colored.
Sr MTEB.-T. J. Coghlan, F. J. Moses, Jr., whites;
Wm. E. Johnson, Samuel Leo, colored.
UNION.-T. J. Petor, W. H. Sims, J. P. Thomas,
WILLIAMSBURG.-Charles M. Olsei, S. A Swails,
whites; Wm. Darrington, colored.
YORK.-W. E. Rose, Dr. J. C. Neagis, whites; J.
H. White, Johu W. Mead, colored.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.- Mills House.-Alfrod Ely, N.
?.J Chas. H. Johnston, Moneka; Captain Hildroth,
N. Y; M. A. Dehony, Savannah, Ga.; J. M. Waldo,
Fla.; Wm. J. Marshall, Fla.
Charleston Hole..-Vi. N. Bailey, N. Y.; W. Gra?
ham, Barnwell; R. G. Howard, Marion; W. H.
Brown and son, Darlington, E. J. Donnell, N. Y.;
N. Fcdeiiin, Richmond; Jno. R. Russell, Fla.; M.
Stutts, N. Y.; J. F. Brooks, Savannah; J. W. King,
Gaiusville, Fla.; R. H. Beckwith, N. Y.; Henry
Stutts, N. Y.; Sani'l A. Adams, Camden, S. C.
Pavilion IloUL-E. T. Jones, Colleton; J. M.
Sparkman, A. Gay, P. W. W. Sparkman and W. H.
Sparkman, Fla.; P. J. McO^illian, Phil.; Mrs. J. P.
Ladd, Summerville; S. A. B. Shannou and wife,
Camden, S. C., J. R. Durisoo, Edgeficld; A. B.
Henyan, Marlbo.-o'; Jno. C. Windier, Atlanta; Jno.
A. Whitnsr, Alla ita; H. V. Berry, Fla.; E. Buck
and F. J. Rive; s, Fla.
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For rostering Btxongth and appetite, usc the great
Southern Tonic, PASKNIK'S HEPATIC HITTERS and you |
will not bo disappointed. For salo ty all druggists. tu
WE CALL ATTENTION to the advertisement of Mr.
John Commies, No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly op?
posite Market, where bc offers United States Gov?
ernment McClellan saddles and harness, little
used, at one-quarter their cost, lt hi certainly
worth, the consideration ol' all who aro engagod in
agricultural pursuits to call and examine them.
CHRISTMAS GBOCEBIES.-Hams, tongues, oiis,
pickles, preacrvca, almonds, raisins, spices, figs,
as well aa chce.-e, butter and lard, ?iud a multitude
of cthor articles of household consumption, oro
on sale by D. A. Amme, southeast corner Meeting
and Market streets. Read hil advertisement when
you take up your paper. Give him a call whou you
go out to market.
CHBISTMAS FRUIT.- Welch <? Brandes, Nos. 67
and 69 State-street, have received a large supply
of delicious fruit, and anuounco particularly this
morning thc arrival of a large package of luscious
oranges of thc finest quality. At their store may
bo found grapes, apples, pears, lemons, and every
kind of fruit now : nd generally in request. Seo
Thc Great Pictorial Annual.
Ho?tcttor's United States Almanac for 18C9. for dis
tribuUon, gratis, throughout thc United States and all
civilized couutries of the Western Hemisphure, will be
published about tho first of January, and all who wish
to uuderbtaud the true philosophy ol' health should read
and ponder the valuable suggestions it contains. In ad?
dition to au admirable m?ditai treatise on the causes, pre?
vention and euro ol a great variety ol dise.iscB, it
embraces a largo amount of information iutercjuug to
th? merchant, tho tue. hame, thc miner, the farmer, the
planter and professional mai: ; and the calculations have
been made for such m?ridiuns and latitudes ns are most
suitable for a .iTCct uud eomprehcnsivj NATIONAL
CAI .END AU.
The nature, use?, and extraordinary sanitary effects of
HOST OTTER'S STOMACH BITTER;?, thc stap?u tonic
and altortit.ve of more tLan half the Christian world, are
tully set forth in its pages, which aro also interspersed
with pictorial illusttutions, valuable recipes for the
household anil farm, humorous anecdote?, and other in?
structive und amusing reading matter, original ond
selected. Auioug the Annuals io appear with tho open?
ing of the year, this will be one of the most useful, and
may be had for the ashing. Send for copies to the Cen?
tral Manufactory, at Pittsburg. Pa., or lo tho ucarcBt
ageut for HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Thc
Bitter- are sold iu every city, town and village uf the
United States. .> December 23
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC.
U. S. GOVERNMENT
5000 MCCLELLAN SADDLES.
5000 SETS HARNESS.
FOR SALE BY
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET,
NEARLY OPP. MAKKKT-STUEKT.
Deo mber 1U lu'J
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT 51 00 PER
year m a I vance, Advertisement!" inserted at neun
rat^. ii. E. ELFORD,
jiny jo Editor ami Proprietor]
FREEDMAN'S SATOS Al TRUST CO,,
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
MONEY DEPOSITED ON OP. BEFORE THE 20TH
January, 1868, will bo entitled to interest as from
January 1st. NATHAN 1UTIER. Cashier.
FREED !VaLA.T>T'S S^VUXTQ-S
CHABTEBED BY ACT OF CONGBESS.
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE WITHDRAWN WITH?
OUT NOIICE. Deposits of Specie ar* repaid in Specie.
All other Deposits are repaid bi "Groenoack*" or Na?
tional 3ank Billa. NATHAN Bli' ( ER.
December 24 Imo Cashier.
BY ANDREW M. MOKE LAND,
Broker, No. 8 Brond-iitrcet.
At Private Sale
1 THE STOCK OF A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE,
in the lower part of thc city, with lesso ot Building, at
rout of $450 a \ ear. If not sold by the 2d of January,
wtll bo sold at public auction.
Apply to ANDREW M. MOREL*ND,
Decemoer 17 tutb.5 Broker. No. ? Broad-street.
FAN CY GJ^ODS, ETCA
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
FROM THE WELL KNOWN DOUSES OF
PETIT k ROCHETTE
LOW, SON A* HAYDON
BAIL EX A- (.0.
PM'E? ? CO.
Just received, and for sale by
G. W. AIMAK,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
CORNER KING AND YANDERHORST STREETS.
December 18 ll
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS.
Large Stock of
MEN AND BOTS
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT PUPPLIED WITH
au elegant assortment of CLOTHS. CASSIMERES
and VESTINGS, which will bo made up under the care
of a First-class Cutter.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West Side, Oiie Door Son tit of Mar?
B. W. McTUREOUS,
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CU'S,
No. 913 King Street.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
OE FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, to which
we invite those in want to call Mid examino beforo pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities aro such tl at we can
offer our stock of Ready-made Clothing and Furnishiug
Goods at such prices that will comparo moro favorable
than any other house'In thc Une.
Our stock of Clothing wero manufactured under our
uv. n supervisien, and can state that they arc mado up in
a workmanlike manner, and of fashionable <<tvlcs. Our
stock consists ot all grades-Fine, Medium, and Low
In Addition to tho above, we Lavo on hand a vory large
stock ot YOUTHS'. BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of all qualities. Tarants will flud it to their advan?
tage to call and make a selection. Our nixes range from
3 years to 18 years of agc.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of nil quali?
ties, aud warranted tc fit.
We offer a largo stock, consisting of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
andDraweni, Canton Flannel Drawers, Travelling Shirts,
all colore. English Half Hose, Suspenders, Lows, Neck
Hos, Silk and Worsted Scarfs, t-'i'k and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, hemmed and roady Ionise; Gloves, of French Dog?
skin, Duckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Kids, Silk,
Cloth and Cassi mere; Collars, of Linen and Paper, of
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
Wo offer for Freedmen's usc, at lue low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sack and Pants).
Vi'e respectfully sobcit a call in m the citizens of
Charleston, and those visiting thc city, lo our complote
stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOOOS.^utld
will take pleasure lu showing our goods to those who
may favor us with a call, and wo will guarantee that we
will sell at such prices that will suit thc times. lor cash
or city acceptance*. GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 210 King street,
October 29 tuthtOnios Victoria Itnntm.
Being determined not
to be undersold by any
one, we will henceforth
LARf?? A\D WILL-SELECTED
Which being Equal to any
At such Pri?es that
TRY US AND ?OC WILL tlL CON
I. L FALK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Between Wentworth and Liberty-Sis
October 24 thstu'Jmoa
Earthenware, Stove Jug?, Ire.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their Store, at half-past
t targe lot of EARTHENWARE, consisting of Stone
Jugs, l'ick?e Jars, Ac. Decoraber 24
Shoulder.*, Hams. Sides, <$ c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their store, at half-past 9
200 choice SUGAR CUBED HAMS
400 choice Shoulder*
75 boxes Candles
10 half ubis. Pig Pork
?5 bbl?, su.'ar
IP bags Coffee. December 24
jYew Mackerel, Codfish, ?Jv.
BY J. A. ENSIOW k CO.
THIS MORNING. 24th instant, at half-past 10 o'clock,
will bo sohl in front of our Store, No. 141 East hay,
15 hali Varrels FINE NEW MACKEREL
20 kits Fine New Mackerel
20 hoses Sup- r or Codfish
lu harre!? Porrees. December 24
Jewelry, Watches; Flated Ware, ,$c, ,j-c.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
I HIS DAY, thc 24th instant, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell,
at our Salesroom. No. 30 Ilnync-street,
DOZENS NATCHES [DOZENS GENT'S PINS
Dozens Plated Table Spoonp Dozens Slccvo Buttons
i ozona Plated Tea Spoons Dozens Finger Rings
Dozens Plated Forkn | -els Earrings and Pins
Dozens Gent's Watch ChaiU'-IDozcns Scarf Rin;;s, ic, Ac.
LOT DRY GOODS. _ December 24
Ham', Sides, Shou.ders, Sausages, Currants,
DY LAIIREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY. the 94th instant, will bc sold beforo our
Store, No. 137 East Pay. at 10 o'clock,
300 HAMS. Tagged and Unoaggod
200 Sides, Clear and Ribbed
250 Shoulders, Pig and Western
200 pounds Sausages, in tin foil
10 half barrels Currants
25 bags Corks
200 reams Wrapping Paper. Ac, Ac.
SUNDRY Ol HER ARTICLES.
Conditions c.sh. December 24
Auction Sale-Imported English Ales, Porter,
BY J. & F. DAWSON.
THIS DAY, 24th instant, at 10 o'clock, at our Store, cor?
ner lia?t Bayand Accommodation Wharf, will be sold,
9 CASES IMPORTED "JEFFREY'S" PORTER
20 casks Imported "Aitkins' " Ale-pints
16 casks Imported "Flndlatcr*a" Forter-pints
Barrels Rye Flour, boxes Oriental Candles, with other
1 Howo's SCALE, 1600 lbs. Drop Lover, in complete
order, nearly new
1 bale Velvet Corks, bbls. S. R. nour
- tous Rock Salt, splendid for cattle.
Terms cash. Decembor 24
"MILLIGAN & SON'
Will sell THIS DAY, 24th inst., at No. 22 Vendue Range,
at 10 o'clock,
FURNITURE, viz : Re latead-', Wardrohos. Bureaus,
Chairs M.-.ttrorfHcs, Feather Beds, Stoves. Cooking Uten?
sils, Crockery, Meat Sates, 1 Brussels Carpet, Ac, Ac.
LADIES' CLO I II CLOAKS, Coats, Pants and Vests,
Undershirts and Drawers, Calico and Hickory Shirts,
Hoiscry, Noti ns, Fancy Goods, Ac. December 24
Damaged Goods from the late fire on King-street.
9 cases asserted DRY GOODS
40 cases trimmed and untrimmed Hats
Millinery Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Ac.
Tho above Goods will be sold on THURSDAY, at 10
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Aaction House, Ko. 05 Hascl-stroct,
Conditions cash. 1 December 24
420 DRY GOODS 420
THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE.
G0UDK0P & BEUTHINER
PRINTS AT gc. 10c AND 12H.C.
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings
Kentucky Jeans ind Twoeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Cassimer s
Black silks al $1 aud upward
A large and varied assortment ot Shawls, kc.
Blankets, Wini?. Colored; swiss Counterpanes, Ac
Ladies' Dlack Cloth at $2 and upward.
OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
GOLDlLVL- ? BEITHNER,
No. 43tl IvIXt?-?T. ir-,... "?1 SIDK .
THREE DOORS SOUIfl OF CALHOUN.
FQG1RT1E & STILLMAN,
No. 281 KING-STREET.
KIM. I HOSIERY, IKNG-ST.
CLOAKS AUB SHAWLS,
CLOTHS m ('.MERES,
FLANNELS & BLANKETS
ILAIE AND TOOTH BRUSHES
COMBS, NECK TIES .
SUSPEND I-RS. PERFUMERIES
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS
Wc invito the attention of thoso in want of any gooJs
in our linc, as it will be to their internst to give us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
FOG ARTIE & STILLMAN, Agti.,
NEW STORE, No. 2S1 KING-STREET.
December G 22
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
Foi' tho Handkerchief.
@ USS I r|-s
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare anti
llCMltifal Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PH ALON k SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK ron rn ALON'S -TA KE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WHM1N & CO.,
Janucry '.'1 mthlyr
"Preven!iou is Better than Cure."
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
VPPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
the French Medical Faculty, as tho only sate and
?MtalliLle 'mud?te against Infection (rom special Diseuses.
Thia Invaluable i r?| aration ia suited tor either sox, and
has proved, from ampie experience, thc most efficient
and retinblo Preventive ev ri- discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum loug sought tor iu the Medical World, lt
u?ed according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a singlo application will radically nen
trahie tho venereal virus, expel a'l impurities from thc
abaorbent vessels, and runtier contamination impossible.
Bc wise iu time, and at a v. ry lin all outlay, save hour- ul
untold bodily and mental tormenta.
This most reliable specinc, so tuiivcr?aily adopted lu
Ute Old World, is now uttered for sale for the first ume in
America by F. A. DUPORT i. CO., only authorized
At.ctit? for the Ueitod States.
Price t'J per bottle, Larne boltV, 'touble size, ii.
iii? usual ciscount to the trade. Sont, secnrolj
licked, on receiptol price, to auy address, with dirt*
ion- ami pamphlet, !.} utiwrcsshiu t?>
F. A. DUPORT ft CO.,
? )le Asenla for Dr, ttieord's P. L.,
Slay 22 )>r No. Vi GoU Street, New York,
AUCTION SALES, _
Rides, Butler and Lard.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Whsrf, st three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
6 HHDS. SIDES
100 Arkins and tubs Butler, all fr-sh, now landing
40 rubs Laid.
Conditions cash. December 21
~BY~R. & A. P. C?LW?LlT
THIS DAY, thc 24th inst, will bo sold, before our
Store, at three-quarters past 9 o'clock,
Boxos MANUFACTURED TOBACCO
Fails Leaf Lard
Kegs and tubs Butter
Conditions cash. December 24
While and Grey Merino Shirts, D'laines, Prints,
BY JOHN G, MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 24th instant at 10 o'clock, will be sold at our
Auction salesroom. No. 133 Meeting-street
^ dozen WHITE AND GREY MERINO UNDER SHIRTS
20 pieces new stylo Delaines, 60 pieces Calico, Fine All
Wool Cassimeres, Gent's and Ladles' Merino Gloves.
AO Toy CHINA TEA SETS.
Conditions cash. December 24
Dry Goods, ?cc.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY (Tuesday), 24th, at 10 o'clock, wUl be sold,
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting-street,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
CAS9IMERES, SATINEIS, RED AND WHITE FLAN?
Men's and Women's Hosiery, Fine Felt Hats, Suspend?
Hair Nets, Knives, Scissors. Pencils, Hair Pins
Brown Sheetings and .shirring.
With many other articles net enumerated.
AT PnrVATE SALE.
BALES HEAVY 3-4 BROWN SHIRTING.
Conditions cash. December 24
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hardware and Fancy
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my store,
corner King and Liberty streets,
A choico lot of CLOTHING, Dry Goods, Hardware,
Fancy Pozo?, kc.
26 Gent's Frock Coals
75 Gent's Sack Coats
300 pair Cassimerc and Satinet Pants
Pieces Red, White and Grey Flannel, Longcloth, Meri
nces. Alpacas, Tweed, Cass.mere, Satinets, Jeans,
kc , Ac.
Dozens Shawls, Hoods, Belknap Shirts. Blankets, L.
B. Shirts, Hosiery, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Spool Cotton,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Pistols, Wot .hes,
Valuable Furniture of a Family declining House?
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,,
Will bo sold, at th" southeast corner of Pitt and Montiguo
streets, on FRIDAY, 27th Instant, commencing at lo?
o'clock, A. M.,
A VALUABLE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY FURNI?
coysrsiTNO TN PABT or:
ELEGANT SEMI-GRAND ROSEWOOD PIANO
Eleg mt Rosewood What No', with Mirror
Elegant Rosewood Hat Stand, with Mirror
Very large Mahogany Extension D.ning Table
Handsome Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Mn ble Top Bureaus
Handsome Chairs, sof.s, Marble Top Tables
Mattresses, Carpets, Clocks, kc, kc.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed on the day
after the sale. December 23
UNDER DECREE 1\ EQUITY.
Bendtrton, Administratrix, vs. Henderson, et al.
VALUABLE PLANTATIONS FOR COTTON AND PRO?
Will be sold by the undersigned, I et'ore the Court House,
m Walterborongh, S. C., on MONDAY, the 14th day of
January, 1868, at ll A. M.,
All that PLANTATION known as "ORANGE GROVE,"
with the Buildings thereon, in thc District of Colleton,
containing 892 22-100 acres, more or less; bounded North
by lands belonging to tho trust estate of Mfg.. S. E. Hen?
derson and ohlldron; East by the Black Creek Road;
South by lands now or late of Nathaniel Hey ward, de?
ceased, and West by lands of the estates of Nathaniel
Heyward and Paul Porns.
A HEALTHY SUMMER RESIDENCE, on lot of 5
acres, with necessary outbuildings, adjoining the above
Two (2) TRACTS OF LAND, containing respectively
644 6-10 acres and 573 3-10 acres; tho former bounded
North by lands cf Hey ward; East by lands of Farris;
Southeast by lauds of Williams; South by lands of tho
estates of Smith and Hey ward, and West by lands of J
Daniel Blake; the latter bounded on the North by lands
of Robott Snead; East by lands of Varnadore and
Graves; South and Southeast by lands of Loyless, and
Westby lands ot Snead and Hi y ward; said tracts to be
sold in ten (10) separate parcels, as per plats of Robert
K. Payne, of February 7th, 1856-said parcels cont lining
the following number or acres, to wit : No. 1, 127 7-10
acres: No. 2, 105 3-10 aeres; No. 3, 104 5-10 acres; No. 4,
91 4 10 acres; No. 5,115 7-10 acres; No. 6,112 4-10 acres;
No. 7, 93 6-10 ai les; No. 8, 98 8-10 aeres; No. 9, 124 9-10
acres; No. 10,143 7-10 acres.
Terms-On?-third (H) cash; tho balance in two (2)
equal annual instalments, secured by bond, with per?
sonal security and mortgage of tho premises, with in?
terest from day of sale. Purchasers to pay for papers
and stamps. B. STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Persons desirous of purchasing can examine plats and
receive a description ot tho lands at the office of Messrs.
HENDERSON k BEHRE, Attorneys at Law, Walter
borough, s. C. tusl 1 November 26
Valuabh ^'antation in St. Andrews Parish, three
miles from x. f ''iton, with handsome Residence
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUFE^
The very valuable PLANTATION in St Andrews', suit
od for the raising of Sea Island Cot on or Farming pur?
poses, al tua to two and a half miles from the New
Drldgo Ferry, on tho main road, lying on the waters of J
Wappoo Creek, about oue hour's row from Charleston,
and on tho Savannah iud charleston Railroad, contain?
ing 360? acres of land, of which 136? acres are in woods,
and 234? acres ot cleared Cotton and Provision land,upon
which there has been made 199? lbs. clean long ?tapio
cotton to the acre. From the location of this place, hav?
ing three direct lines ol communication with Charleston,
it is most admirably suited for farming purposes. Groat
poins have been taken in minoring tho placo with stable
manure irom the city, and low places in the State are in
a better condition of cultivation. The facilities for ma?
nuring with marah mud ara great, the tract being in?
dented with creeks and marshes. The tract, except
19 ? aeren, is banked in with heavy ditches and bank.
Tho sottlement consists oi a han leoma House with
thirteen rooms, buUt in modern sty lo, two good stables
for at least twenty horses, four largo barna and cotton
houses, gin house with tin roof, and negro houses to ac?
commodate about seventy-five negroes.
This is one of tho finest settled places iu thc vicinity of
Charleston, and from its. contiguity to tho city makes it
an admirable placo for a roddence, plantation and farm.
For particulars apply as above at
December 24 tuf 6 No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Book and Job Printer.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, LN ENG?
LISH, GERMAN, FRENCH OR SPANISH, execu?
ted in tho finest style and at rates which will
Orders Ult at the CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILD?
ING, omer Broad and Church streets, or sent through
POSTOFFICE BOX NO. 340, will receive immediate at?
tention. 19 December 10
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
NO. SM JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLESAND GRADES OF LEAD PENCILS
of suporior quality arc manufactured and offeree
tat fair terms to the Trade. Tho public are invited
to give the AMERICAN* LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO ! ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL."
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, J
YALE COLLEGS, November 10, ld(36. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils as tho only pencils titted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after -v thorough
trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pencils, man
utai-lured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York. I And them suporior to any pencil in use, even to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lca? Pencil,
bein" a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
m< dunkel drawing, and ull thc ordinary uses of a lead
These pencils aro very Auely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the soltesi pencils hold the point well;
they arc all that can be desired in a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Aniericaus that they
wiil uo longer bc compelled to depend upon Germany or
nur other foreign market fox pencils.
Professor ol Dr.? 'Iu;r, kc.
ALL PESCH.? ARE STAttTEDt
?5- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None peuuiue without tao cxait name ol the Arm
look to it.___December H
ISAAC MIX & SON.
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Or EVERY OESCRIPT ON, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
?ess than at any otmr establishment in thc city,
and. warranted equal to any m-ide iii the United States.
Descriptive catalogues sent ou application.
TI1K sTl?ORENCE GAZETTIC,
raUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. \ r FLORENCE.
1 ?s. c., offers an excellent medium to Merchants and
.then wno wish to extend their businosa in the Pee
|>ces Ction i i the Stute. Rate? ot advertising very rea
lOBAble, September 16
UNDER DECREE TS EQUITY.
DeLeon vt. Cohen.
Will be sold under thc direction of the undersigned, at
thc Old Customhouse, cn TUESDAY, the 14th day of
January 1868, at ll A. M.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, sitaa'e on the Weet side
P?JFficnd-strcet in this city measuring in front on said
street 41 fcet, by 90 feet in depth, bounding north on
lands o. Mrs. i lizabeth H. John Ball, east on Friend
street, south on lands or Mrs. Smith, and west on lands
now cr late of h. Macbeth.
Terms cish-Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
... JAM i S TOPPE".
December 24 ?U_Master io Equity.
UNDER DECh.EE IN EQUITY.
Cole vt. Simmons.
WLU be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th day of
January, 1868, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BaUcings and Im?
provements thereon, situate on the weet gide of Pitt
street, in this city, between Montague and Wentworth
strcetH, measuring and containing in front on Pitt-street
31 feet 10 inches, and in depth from east to west tu feet 3
inches. Butting to the north on land now or latelybe
longing to Joseph Melton, to the east on Pitt-?t. ?cr to
fhe south on land formerly belonging to Thomas Savaoe.
and to the west on land now or lately belonging to wil?
Terms-One-half cash ; the balance in one and two yea?,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the prom?
ises, with interest from day of sale, payable annually,
Buildings to bc insured and policy asstgntd. Purchaser
to pay tor papers and stamps.
December 16 mltu3 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECKEE IN EQUITY.
Dunlop et al. vs. Edingt et ai.
Will bc sold under the direction of the undersigned, in
front of the Old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th
day of January, 186a at ll A. M.,
AU that PLANTATION OB TBA CT OF LAND on
Edisto Island, containing about twelve hundred acres of
high land, butting and bounding to the south on the
Edisto Bi ver, to the east on the Atlantic ocean, to the
north on lands of Mrs. James Legare, and to the west on
lands of W. James Whitey, Constantine Bailey and E. M.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with in?
terest from day of sale, and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
December 3 tu7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ryan vs. Davis.
Will be sold, nnder the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the 7th day
of January, 1868, at ll A. M.,
1. AU that LOT OF LAND situated on the south side of
Elliott-street, in this city, and designated by the letter A,
on a plat made for the purposes of this sale, by John A.
Michel, Surveyor, measuring in front 30 feet, on the back
line 41 feet, and in depth about 71 feet 6 inches, be tba
same more or less.
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above on toe
east, and designated on the same pla?, by the letter B,
measuring on the north and south ItookSO feet, and in
depth 71 feet 0 inches, more or lou.
3. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the large and commo?
dious Warehouse thereon, neat east of the above, and
designated on the same plat by the letter 0, measuring
on the north Une IOS feet 8 inc hos, on the south line ICU
feet, on the east line 74 feet 8 inches, and an the west
line 71 feet 10 inches.
4. All that LOT OF LAND at the southeast corner of
Elliott-street and Bedon's] Alley, designated on the same
plat by tho letter D, measuring on Elliott-street 36 feet,
on the south line 36 feet 9 inches, on the east une 74 feet
4 inches, and on Bedon's AUey 73 feet 10 inches.
6. All that LOT OF LAND next east of the above, and
designated by tho letter E, on tho same plan, measuring
on thc front and 'jack Unes 36 feet, and in depth on the
east lino 75 feet 10 inches, and on the west line 74 feet 4
6. AU that LOT OF LAND next east of the above, des?
ignated on the same plat by the letter F, measuring on
the front and back lines 36 feet, and in depth on the east
line 77 leet 4 inches, and on the west Une 75 feet 10
inches, more or less.
The Plat of tno above Lo s to be seen at the office of the
7. An that LOT OF LAND situate on the northeast cor?
ner of East Bay and Elliott streets, measuring in fronton
East Bay-street 34 feet 6 inches, and 61 feet on the back
line, by 101 feet in depth, more or less; bounding north
on lands new or late of S. N. Bailey, east on East Bay
street, Bouth on Elliott-street, and west on lands of B. C.
8. AU that LOT OF LAND situate on East Bay-street,
known tormerly in the plan thereof by the number 7, and
also three feet of land adjoining thereto, being part of an
alloy or passage of six feet, lying between this Lot and
the Lot next south thereto (the owners of which in com?
mon with the owners of this Lot being entitled to the use
t he r< ' 1, measuring in the whole 39 ieet in front and 100
feet in depth wost war dly ; bounding east on Esst Bay
street, north on lands now or late of Mrs. Catharine Tur?
ner, west on lands now or late of Mis. Ano Fox, and
south on the said alley or passage way.
' 9. All that HOUSE AND LOT situate at toe southwest
corner of Archdale and Magazino streets to this city,
fronting east on Atchdale-street 108 feet, more or less,
north on Magazine-street 210 feet, south on a Lot now or
late tho property of ?Valter Knox, and west on a lot now
or late the property of William Aiken.
10. LOT OF LAND situate in tho town of Waltorboro',
in tho District of CoUeton, and known as Lot No. 73 on
tho plat ot said town, and having such quantity, buttings
and bounding!! as are represented on said plat.
11. AU that PLANTATION, containing 992 acres on the
Horse Pen and Elbow Branch, and granted to Peter Pye,
on the 6th July, 1836 ; another Tract of 440 acres on toe
Elbow Branch, and east side of Black Creek, and granted
to Peter Pye on toe same day as above tract ; another
Tract of 100 acres near the town of Waltcrboro', bounded
on the south and east by linds of Wm, Feribee, north by
lands of the Waltorboro' Tract, and west by lands of toe
estate of Peter Pye, which tract was convoyed to Peter
Pye by H. T. Crampton on too Dh May, 1831 ; another
Tract of 160 acres on the Great Swamp near Waltcrboro",
and conveyi d to Peter P\e by H. C. Glover on the 25th
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in three equal suc?
cessive annual instalments, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest from
day ot sale, payable annually; buildings to be Insure*
and policies assigned. Purchasers to pay fe: napers and
stamps. JAMES TUPPEB,
December 17 tu? Master in Equity.
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