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THE DAILY NEWS.
SS- LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVID?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS Al EIGHTEEN
CENTS A WEEK.
Persons who wish to subscribe for the DAILY
NEWS by the week, can have their papers
served to them regularly in any part of tho
city every morning by six o'clock. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for the city delivery, will
call upon such persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at the
periodical stores of Mr. C. ?. Righter, Nos.
161 and 338 King-street, or at the office of tho
DAILY NEWS, NO. 18 Hayne-street, wiU receivo
AUCTION SALES THIS DAf.
MTT/EB DRAKE will sell this day, at his store,
corner King and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
dry goods, hosiery.
T. M. CATEE will sell this day, on- Brown's
Wharf, at 9j o'clock, hams, strips, should?
JOHN 6. MILNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods, clothing, soeets.
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO. will sell this day,
at the Exchange, at ll o'clock, plantation on
Cooper River; plantation in St. John's Berke?
JAKES W. GRAY (Master in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
lot of land on Calhoun-street.
JAMES TOPPER (Master in Equity) will sell
this day, at the old customhouse, at ll o'clock,
lot of land on Lamboll-street; lot of land on
JEFFOEDS & Co. will sell this day, in front
of their store, at 9? o'clock, hams, sides and
LACKEY & ALEXANDER will sell this day, be?
fore their store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
strips, tongues, hams, ganny cloth. ^
HENRY COSTA & Co. will sell this day??in
front of their store, at 9? o'olock, bacon, lard,
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will sell this day, in front
of their store, No. 147 East Bay, at ll o'clock,
ploughs, grist mill, agricultural implements.
J. & F. DAWSON will sell this day, before
their store, No. 96 East Bay, at 9i" o'clock,
floor, ales, porter.
SINGLE COPIES of this morning's DAILY NEWS,
pat up in wrappers ready for mading, may be
had at our counting-room; price five cents.
The DAILY NEWB will be mailed regularly, du?
ring the session of'the State Convention, to
parties who may deaire to have a full record of
tho proceed in pa, for eighteen cents a week.
THE CHARLESTON BBXDGE COMPANY.-A meet?
ing of this company will be held at the office
of Messrs. Brown & Mikel!, in Broad-street,
to-day, at 1 o'clock.
THE ANNUAL MEETING) OF THE BIBLE SOCIE?
TY was postponed from Monday the 20th, and
will be held on Wednesday, the 23d, at the
Charleston College, at 4? P. M.
PERSONAL.-We had the pleasure yesterday
of greeting Colonel C. W. Poulson, the active
arid enterprising General Ticket Agent of the
Southwestern Railroads. Colonel Poulson also
represents some of the steamship Unes con?
necting our city with the North. The arduous
duties of his position keep him constantly on
the wing, and ho departs for Augusta by this
THE SACRED CONCERT.-Oar readers must
not forget the concert of sacred music which
is to take place at the Cathedral Chapel, Queen
Btreet, to-morrow evening. Judging from
the rehearsals, one of which we have boon
privileged to hear, we think we can safely say
that this concert will prove a musical treat of
the highest order.
YESTERDAY was an old-fashioned rainy day
-damp, raw and disagreeable as anybody
could desire. From morning until night, with
brief intermissions, the pelting showers de?
scended; and at the hour at which we write
there is still no signs of clearing up. The
boggy condition of the streets has created on
unusual demand for the accommodations af?
forded by the street cars, though everybody
that can wisely keeps within doors.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charleston Hotel- Mar?
cus Wilber ton, Utica, N. Y.; Alex. Conrad,
New York; Samuel Frazier, city; Charles S.
Sieokman, Georgetown, S. C.; Daniel Ken?
drick, Frankfort, Ky.; John M. Teimon, Anna?
polis, Md. ; P. Macardle, Cleveland, Ohio; J.
Patterson, Sandusky, N. Y. ; W. E. Reinhart,
Blake ly, Pa.; J. C. Kearney and sister, Frank?
ston, N. C.; J. W. Horton, P. and W. Rail?
Mills House.-Thomas Tuite, Florida; M. T.
McMahon, New York; John Clancy, oity; A.
G. Caregdo, steamer Dictator; J. D. Farrer,
city; J. C. S. Fitzpatrick, Montreal, Canada;
Major George W. Hall, Philadelphia; D. R.
Stockwell, Maine; W. J. Curmer, Maine; J. B.
Kelly and wife, Albany, N. Y.; Miss Young,
New Hampshire; A. Getty, New York; Dr.
Thomas Seiur, South Carolina; Thomas Far?
rell, South Carolina.
Pavilion Holel.-yf. H. Hodkins, Greens?
boro', N. C.; Moses Levy, Manning, 3. C.; J.
G. Dnnkins, Clarendon, S. C.; W. A. Gregg,
Bentonvifle; W. McGreeg, Marion, 8. C.: Robt
Tuttle and servant, Pineville, S. C.; T. Stobo
Farrow, Spartanbnrg; D. J. Bathorn and
Brother, Manning; L. Schnrley, Micanopy,
^ Fla.; Solomon Link, St. Matthew's, S. C.
A GREAT INVENTION FOR THE FIRE DE
PABTMENTS- THE RESPIRATORY APPARATUS.
Bishop Quinlan, of the Diocese of Mobile, Ala.,
on his recent visit to Europe, passed through
Paris daring the great Exposition and secured
one of the celebrated ''Respiratory Appai atus"
of Mons. Galibert, which has received the
highest premiums from the French, English
and other foreign governments. Thc "pros?
pectus" and the apparatus itself have been
placed in the hands of Fire Company No. 7, of
Mobile, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop. For the bene?
fit of our fire department we give the Fronoh
prospectus, which is headed with a fine wood
cnt representing a fireman saving in his arms
a very pretty French brunette dressed in
i>* * * ? Le leger appareil.
D'une beaut? qu'on vient d'arracher au sommeil."
The gallant man wears the French helmet of
his corps, a sort of mask on his face, and on
his back is strapped what appears to be a
leather bag inflated with air. We give the fol?
lowing description of the apparatus:
The bag inflated with air, represented in the
wood cut, is a life preserver, to be usedafainst
smoke. It is a reservoir of respirable air,
weighing in all two pounds (one kilo), and
which the fireman carries on his back. That
reservoir communicates with his mouth
through two small elastic tubes which he holds
by slight pressure between his teeth. Tho ail*
contained in the reservoir thus reaches his
langs without any effort on his part, and is re?
turned with equal facihty to tho reservoir,
thus enabling him to respirate the same air
several times before it becomes vitiated. The
time daring which it can bo supplied varies
between fifteen aud thirty minutes, and the
fireman easily finds, from the frequency of res?
pirations, the time when he must prepare his
retreat, and then he may replenish his reser?
voir and again return to the scene ot action.
The whole apparatus, comprising a safety belt
and line, the "spectacles," the "nose stopper,"
and the "alarm whistle," cost one hundred and
twenty-five francs (about twenty-five dollars in
LABI?S' FUEL SOCIETY.-Attention ie diroofc
to the extra meeting of this Society. Businei
of importance will be transacted, and a prom]
attendance is requested.
DISTRICT COUBT-HON. GEO. W. LOGAN PEI
SIDING.-The following cases were tried:
The State os. Ctesar Perry-Assault and ba
terv. R. W. Seymour, Esq., for the defenci
Guilty, but recommonded to the mercy of il
Tbe State BS. tbe same-Larceny. Guilt;
but recommended to the mercy of the court.
The State vs. Glasgow Simons-Assault an
The State vs. Benjamin Gray-Larceny. I
W. Seymour for the defence. Guilty.
THE COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND Cos
MON PLEAS-HON. F. J. MOSES PRESIDING.-Tb
court convened at 10 A. M., and the foUowin
juries were organized:
Jury No. 1.-Wm. Knobloch, F. D. Kiencbi
Y. B. Shuler, R. Gannon, L. F. Behling, Hirai
Reed, P. Brady, John Heines, R. H. De Hai
Thos. ?. Resher, Samuel Riley, John Sheridan
Jury No. 2.-B. F. Simons, W. H. Kidd, A
F. Gregory (black), C. Burke, W. H. Sinklej
Alex. Mcconkey, Theo. D. Rudduck, H. Pat
gere, Jas. Chis?lm, W. H. Markley, P. TJ. Lin
coln, John Kenny.
Supernumeraries.-E. Sehlendorff, M. Vi
Yenning, W. C. Hilson.
No business of importance was transacted
and the court was adjourned until to-day at 1
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-HON. GEO
S. BRYAN PRESIDING.-A. T. Smythe, Esq.
presented the petition of Samuel F. Hurst, fo
voluntary bankruptcy, and, on his motion, ai
order wa3 signed that the case be referred t
R. B. Carpenter, Esq., Register of the Secom
On motion of M. P. O'Connor, Esq., it wa
ordered tbat William Matthiessen be discbarg
ed from bankruptcy, and that the creditors b
called on to show cause, on the 29th ins ?, wh;
tiii3 petition should not be granted.
Ex parte Captain C. C. Neil and W. Y
In re tho United States vs. two hundred anc
fifty barrels Molasses.
Petition calling on the Honorable A
G. Mackey, Collector of the Port, to sho^
cause why the informers' portion of the
funds now in the registry of the court should
not bo paid to the petitioners. Messrs Brown
and Mikell for the respondents ; Messrs. Portei
and Connor for the petitioners. The petition
was read, and, on the motion of the solicitare
for the petitioners, the rule was granted, to be
argued on Monday, the 27th inst.
Krenther & Behre os. Rittenhouse, Frenck
& Co. An application to be discharged from
prison bonds. Messrs. Wilkinson and Gil?
christ for the plaintiffs ; Jas. D. Treadwell for
the defendant. On motion of J. D. Treadwell,
it wad ordered that Louis Krenthal be legally
recognized as present for all named purposes.
COURT OF APPEALS- CHTTF JUSTICE 'DUNKIN
AND ASSOCIATES PRESIDING.-Opinions viere an?
nounced in the following cases :
D. F. Fleming & Co. ads. John C. Wilson.
Donkin, C. J. New trial granted Nisi.
The judgment of the court sustained the
ruling of the court below, and the verdict of
tbe jury, except as to certain boys' and youths'
shoes in which it did not appear that there
was wood. Tn regard to these, amounting,
with interest, to something like three hundred
dollars, the court orders a new trir' * plaintiff
refuses to remit, and if he assents, i he new
trial is refused. The verdict is for $1275.73.
The City Council of Charleston a ls. Jane
Conlin, administratrix. Wardlaw, A. J. New
trial granted, with leave for plaintiffs to
Tho Carolina Mutua Insurance Company
ads. John H. Plate. Inglis, A. J. Motion for
new trial. Refused.
John Swann & Bro. vs. E. M. Lee ? .'Bro. In?
glis, A. J. Order for judgment set aside.
Mary Dallas ads. John S. Mc Dorm ot. Ward
law, A. J. Motion dismissed.
The argument ol cases was then resumed,
and Mr. J. B. Cohen heard for appellee in the
case of Barkley os. Barkley, which commenced
on Friday. L. W. Spratt, Esq., closed in
Mary Ann Roye, administratrix, vs. the
Charleston Savings Institution. Bi ?cfs and
papers ou oither side in thia case wera read by
Messrs. McCrady, T. Y. Simons, and H. Buist.
Argument in behalf of appellants by B. C.
Pressley. The court then adjourned.
Mas. YELVEBTON'S READING. - By the an?
nouncement iu another column it will be seen
that the Hon. Mrs. Theresa Yelverton-of
whose wonderful four days' plea b afore the
English House of Lords, of her claim as a wife
we havo heard and read" so much-will give a
reading from tho English and American poets
on Friday evening next, in the spacious draw?
ing room of the Mansion House, which will be
fitted up for the purpose. Mrs. YelvorLon has
read with great success in England, Scotland,
and many of the Northern cities. In . iriticis ing
her elocutionary powers, an Edinburgh journal
has said :
The large assembly had come evidently to
express their sympathy more than lo hear
readings, which they probably battered would
not be up to the ordinary mark. She was not
expected to read well. She was suddenly
found to be a reader of exquisite taste, feeling
and power, and tho gratification was all the
greater. Every scene was imagined to perfec?
tion, look and voice being in perfect harmony
with the ideal, whether that ideal waa the re?
presentative of the tenderest or most power?
ful emotions of the human heart, from new?
born love to anger, indignation ani the pro?
foundest contempt. At the conclunion of the
reading there was but one opinion expressed in
tho hall. Mrs. Yelverton had demonstrated
her ability to take une of the first positions a?
the interpreter of thoughts and ieolinga ol'
tho highest of our modern poets.
Lf you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want choap Stationery, Envelopes,
Caper, &c; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
ll you want Printout? executed noatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with nny desired
pattern ot ruling, go to HIRAM HABBIS, NO. 59
FINANCIAL.-Wo direct attention to the ad?
vertisement of Mr. Andrew M. Moreland.
Those in need of advancements, wi 1 find it to
their interest to pay him a visit.
FOB GEOBGETOWN, CHEBAW ANT- THE LAND?
INGS ON THE PEE DEE.-Shippers who may de?
sire to have a safe and speedy tra isit to their
goods destined for any portion of the country
from Georgetown to Cheraw, on ;he Pee Dee
River, will notice that the excellnnt steamer
Planter, commanded by the veteran Captain
White, will leave Accommodation. Wharf on
Wednesday night, having been detained one
For restoring strength and appetite, use the great
Southern Tonic, PANENIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS and
you will not be disappointed. For sals by all drug?
Batchelor'* Hair Oyo.
This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill enacts of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leards tho hair soft and b Mil Ural blask or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Fictory, No. 16
Bond-street, New York. lyr January 14
Debility anti Emaciation
Both result from the lack of ability to convert the
food into nutriment. How necessary, then, for those
suffering from these alarming symptoms to imme
diately resort to a remedy that will strengthen the
stomach and digestive organs. For, as soon as this
desirable object hos been accomplished, the health
improves, and the patient resumes bis usual per?
sonal appearance. HOS TETTER'S STOMACH BI C
TERS have attained a world-wide popularity in such
cases, and have been proven the best and safest
means of removing constipation trning the stomach,
giving energy to the liver, and relieving every symp?
tom of nervousness and depression of spirits. Its
cheering and beneficial effects aro highly spoken of
by thousands, who owe to it their restoration to
health. Ko restorative in the annals of medicino
has attained the same popularity in the short space
of time it has boen before the public, or has won the
high endorsements accorded to this excellent tonic.
Many other preparations, purporting to be correc?
tives and restoratives, have been introduced, and
have perished ono by one, while the popularity of
HOSTEITER'S STOMACH BITTERS continues to
increase, and is now recognized as a standard house?
hold medicine. The success which attends the use
of the Bitters evinces at once its virtues in all cases
of debility and diseases of the stomach. Certificates,
almost without number, have been published, attest?
ing ita truly miraculous power in removing those
painful and fearful disease?. And at thia time it
seems idle to do more than call attention to the great
remedy of the ago, in order to awaken public atten?
tion to its excellence. It is the only preparation of
th ? kind that is reliable in all cases, and it is there?
fore worthy of the consideration of the afflicted.
January 20 6
Clotijing ?nb Jurnisnjng drooK
~ TO THE CITIZENS
BARGAINS IN CLOTH!
?-BARGALN8 IN DRESS FROCKS"?*
?-BARGAINS LN SACKS-?
??BARGAINS IN PANTS-?
???BARGAINS IN VESTS tea
?-BARGAINS IN UNDER--??
?-BARGAINS IN SHIRTS "6*
?-BARGAINS IN DRAWERS-?
?BARGAINS IN HOSIERY-?
?-BARGAINS LN GLOVES-?
?-BARGAINS IN TIES, &c., &c.-?
NOW IS THE TIME, WTTH A JJ. ITLE MONEY,
to secure the BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND FCR
Do not purchase before you examine the STOCK
AIACIEAR, WILDAUS & PARKER,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. ?70 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Kentucky State Lottery.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
GREAT SCHEME ON HAVANA PLAN.
To be drawn on Friday, January 31st, 18G8, under
the supervision ot three sworn Commissionors.
C-AJPIT-tVE, JPHIZE $50,0001
78* Prizes I s)23M,650 to be distributed I
Whole Tickets, $12 ; Halves, $6 ; Quarters, $3 ;
Eighths, $1 50.
Draws every day at Covington, Kentucky. Ticket?
fr m SI to ?>10; shares in proportion. Prizes from
$20 to $35,OTO.
Supplementary Plan so popular in all the Northern
Buyer* choose their own numbers.
Tirtets from 25 cenU and upwards.
Address orders to H. T. PETERS,
Managers' Agent Office,
No. 90 Haeel-street, Charleston, 8. C,
January 13 Imo
M APES' N?TBOG?NIZE?)
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 153 EAST BAY.
PLANTERS AND GARDENERS
ELLERRE'S PLANT TRANSPLANTER,
(Patented October 16, 1866),
BY WHICH SURPLUS PLANTS OF COTTON,
Cotn, or of any plant may be transplanted in
the same time that the soil can be replanted, with?
out disturbing the fibrous roots. At
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE & SEED STORE,
No. 140 Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
Charleston, S. C.
January 17 fm 3mos
.ptROST, BLACK di CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AND
Of every variety.
No. 73 BOWERY, NEAR CANAL-STREET,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed as
R. W. FBOST. JAMES BLACK. OEO. SNYDER
October 24 SinOP
Suohs, Stationen), (Ctr.
ft V IN N ,
?LATE M. M. QUINN.)
Up-Town Bock and News Bepot,
No. 997 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THB LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, kc; par
ties living up town will find it convenient to give
me a call, and can rely on getting their papers
regular. City papera sold and subscriptions token
for all Papers and Magaziner. Foreign Papers
aud Reviews ordered for regular subscribers.
Particular attention paid to orders from thc cjun
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept
on hand. 3mo November 21
VA T?O" NAL"
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE WITHDRAWN
W1TH0DT NOTICE. Deposits of Specie aro repaid
in Specie. AU other Deposits are repaid In "Green?
backs" or National Bank Bills.
NATHAN RI I" TER,
December 21 Imo Cashier..
THE TRI-WHKK.iiY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WTNNSBORO' S. C., AFFORDS
profitable medium for the advertising pub?
lie ot Charleston.
We respectfully sobcit their patronage for our
UAlLLARD, DiiSPOBTES k WILLIAMS.
NoT Tia??uoR~ LK^?BNISKS.^
APPLICATIONS FOR NO. 1 LIQUOR LICENSER
mast be filed In this office by the 13th In?
stant W. H. SMITH,
january 8 Clerk of Council.
NOTICE TO PEDLARS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
JANUARY 18, 1868. J
ALL ANNUAL LICENSES FOB PEDDLING IN
the streets and thoroughfares of Charleston ex?
pired on 31st day of December last. Applications
for renewals must be made immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
January 20 6 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CHIEF Cf CITS" DETECTIVES, )
JANUABY 17TH, 1868. J
THE PUBLIC ARE Rt QUESTED TO PLACE
upon their COPPER PUMPS some private mark,
in order that they may be identified when stolon and
recovered by the City Detectives, as numbers of
copper pumps are recovered by the Detectivos, but
none can be identified.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant and Chief of City Doteotives.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26,1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER last. Those who failed to renew
at that time are not considered as having a License,
and consequently aro no Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 _Clork of Council
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
DECEMBER 2,1867. J
rE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW?
ING persons have expired. They aro hereby
notified to apply at this Office immediately and re?
new the same :
PHILIP RILEY, Warren and 8L Philip-streets.
M. REYNOLDS, No. 5 Bedon's AUoy.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-streeL
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street.
JAMES WALLACE, No. 96 Spring-street.
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Coming-street
MARY HAFFERTY. Columbus and Hanover-sts.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cannon-sts.
P. MANION, No. 67 State-sireot,
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Wharf-street,
D. CONROY, No. 32 St Philip-street
P. DORAN, No. 10 Exchange-street,
P. PINKUSBOHN, No. 63 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH,
December 3 Clerk of Council
II EA LT H DEPARTAIENT.
OFFICE OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT, i
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 10, 1868. J
fTTHE PHYSICIANS IN CHARGE OF THE Cit Y
JL Dispensaries will VACCINATE, FREE OF
CHARGE aU persons entitled to the Dispensary
practico, on . application at thoir respective offices,
and such persons are earnestly urged to come for
war 1 for that purpose.
DIREC 1 ORY.
Offlco of Health District No. 1.-No. 16 Murket
Office of Health District No. 2.-Coiner of Church
and Trodd streets.
Office of Health District No. 8.-Sbirra's Dispen?
Office of Heal.h District No. 4.-Corner of St
Philip and Wari en streets.
Gfhca of Health District No. 6.-Corner of St.
Philip and Warren streets.
Office of Health District No. G.-Corner of Cannon
and Smith streets.
(Signed) GEORGE S. P ELZER, M. D.
January 10_10_City Registrar.
TO REGULATE THE DREDGING OF DOOKS.
Whertas, The best interests ot tho city, as well as
the convenience of the shipping visiting tho port
demand that the channel of Cooper River be kept
open with sufficient depth of water for all com?
mercial purposes, and free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, That in future all mud removed
from any of the city docks by dredge machines, or
otherwise, shall bc removed one hundred and fifty
fathoms from tho end of the dock.
The Harbor Master shall bc furnished with a copy
.>i this Ordinance, wnir.h bo is required strictly to en?
force; and to report for prosecution all violations of
tho same;'which shall subject thc party so offend?
ing to a linc not exceeding ono hundred dol?ais tor
cadi and every offence,
Ratified in City Council this eighth day of October,
in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-seven.
[L.8.] P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor.
October 18 W. H. SMITH. Clork ot Council.
PUBLIC NOT I CK.
OITICE CLERK or COUNCIL, I
Moy, 1807. f
The following Section of An Ordinance lo abolish
the omeo of Spcrintendent or Streets ; to provide
for Ker-piug ihe Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open
Courts in the City of charlesston clean, and for
other purposes," is hereby published for thc infor?
mation of all concerned :
For the due protection of thc said contractor or
contractors, it ii further ordained, That every owner,
lessee, occupant and tenant of any premises front?
ing in any slieet, laue, alley, or open court, shall
on every day (Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth
garbage, or other, offal, placed in front of his or her
lot, lu a barrel, box or heap, and in readiness for
the contractor, by tho nour ot soven o'clock, A. M.,
from the first hist day ot May to the first day of
November m every year ; and by the hour ot nine
o'clock, A. M., frcm the first day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person of?
fending' heroin, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage,
or othot oU'al, in any street, lana, or alley, or open
court, alter the hours abovo named, shall be subject
to a fino ot not less than two nor more than live
dollars, for each and avery offence, to be imposed
by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH.
May 16 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCfL, 1
JANUARY 7, 1868. J
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR TAVERN LICENSES
must be filed m this Office hy the 13th instant.
None will be received after that timo, only in casos
where persons are about entering into the business.
The following paragraphs under the head of Bar
Rooms, General Orders, No. 164. issued by command
of Brevet Major-General Edward R. S. Canl.y, ls
published. W H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
.I. The municipal authorities granting the license
shall be answerable that the parties to whom such
licenses are granted, together with their sureties,
shall be responsible persons, and of good moral
standing in the community, and that both principal
and sureties shall be able to qualify individually in
double tho amount of the bond required, and that
the bond sholl be a lien upon tho personal pro?
perty of both principal and sureties, and upon proot
of default sholl warrant the summary seizure and
sale of so much of the property of either or both as
may be necessary to satiety the forfeiture or fine and
'2. Drunkenness or disorderly conduct on the
premises shall work the forfeiture of the Rccnac and
of the penalty of the bond.
"3. Thc owner or keeper of any bar-room, saloou
or other place at which intoxicating liquors are sold,
and all other persons Interested or connected there?
with, shah bo regarded as principals m any action
of damages growing out of any as.ault, riot affray
or other disorder occurring on tho premises or di?
rectly traceable thereto.
"4. All bar-rooms, saloons or other places at which
intoxicating liquors are sold, shall be closed on tho
day or duys ot any general or local election, and for
the twelve hours next preceding tho opening and
text succeeding the closing of the polls at such
election; and the sheriffs of counties and districts,
and tho chief of police of cities and towns, shall
havo power to direct the closing of bar-rooms and
other places for tho sale of intoxicating liquors
whenever it may bo necessary in their judgment to
preserve order oud quiet."_January H
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1868. j
?)UBL1C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TRAT
uuder the following Ordinance licenses have
been prepared for d eh very from this office.
S. THOMAS. City Treasurer.
SEO. L Be it Ordained b?. Vie Mayor and Alaermen
in City Council assemb.c t, That from and after the
first day of January, licenses shall be taken out for
all carls, drays and wagons, used for private und do?
mestic purposes, in the same manner, and ac ordlug
to the same provisions now ot foi ce in relation to
carts, drays and wagons, let or di ven for hire, ex?
cept giving bouds. And euch suL-h. cart, dray or
wagon, shall be provided with a badge containing
the number thereof, and marked Prieate, to bc
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEC. 2. No per- on shall be taken by tho Treasurer
as surety tor any bond under the Ordinance con?
cerning licenses for carts, droyp, wagons and other
carnages, unloss beor she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereat ter be the rates
for licenses for public and private carts, drays,
wagons, ic, including the horses or mules used
thereof, which shall be free from other taxation.
PUBLIC CASTS, DRAYS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN
ANY BUSINESS WHATEVER, YOB HIRE DIRECT OB IN?
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse
or mule, $20.
For every cart dray or wagon, drawn by two
horse-(ir mules, $30.
For every hock and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (oxcept line omni?
bus) with two horse?, $60.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omni?
bus) drawn by lour horses, ?on.
For every truck drawn by two or moro horses or
mules, $60. *
For every express wagon drawn by two or more
horses or mules, $G0.
BREAD CA318 AND PRIVATE CASTS, DBA YS, ETC. ".
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private
or ui mestic purposes, and not to bo employed in
the transporting of goods, wares, merchandise,
lumber, or ai y other commodity, for compensa?
tion, either directly cr indirectly for the same, shall
pay for a license the sum of ti, exclusive ot the
horse or mille.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of Jan
|r" H.] uary. In thc year ol'our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor,
W. U. SMITH. Cito* ot council.
" 1 UNDER~D?^
Carrod, Exor., vs. Allston, et al.
THIS DAT, the 21et instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at tlio Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate on the north side of Calhoun-itreet, in
thia city, known by the Mo. 3 in a plan of fifteen lots
of the estate of B. Limehonae, made by ?. K. Payne,
August 1851, measuring in front on said street 35
feet, and in depth 114 feet 6 inches ; bounding north
on Cedar C uri, east on Lot No. 4, south on Cal
noun-street, and west on Lot No. 2.
Terms-One-foarlh cash; the balance in five equal
annual instalments, with Interest at 7 ptr cent per
annum, secured by bond and mortgage of the premi?
ses; the buildings to be insured, and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps. *
J. W. GRAY, Master in Eqafty.
January 21 thatui
UNDER DECREE I V EQUITY.
Frost vs. Baker.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, THIS DAY. the 21st
of January, 186S, at ll A. AL,
All that LOT OF LANI', with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on tte north side of Lamboll-streei,
in thia city, measuring in front on Lamcoll-street
forty-one feet, more or leas; on the back Une forty
two feet more or lees; and in depth from south to
north one hundred and eighty-five feet Bounding
to tho north on land of Ww. B. Pringle; to the east
on land lately of Josiah Taylor; to the south on Lam
boll-street and to the weet on land of Misa Bester
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two,
three ?nd four years, seourcd by bonds of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the promises, with interest
from day of salo, payuble semi-annually. The build t
ings to be insured aup policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps.
January 21 tu Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brown vs. Young.
Will be sold under tho direction of the undersigned,
at the old Customhouse, in this city, THIS u AY,
the 21st of January, at ll A. M.F
All that LUT OS LAND on the north side of
Broad street, in this city, measuring in iront on
Broad-street seventy-five (76) feet by one hundred
and fifty (150) in depth, be the said measurements
more or leas. Bounded to the south on iiroad-street
west on land of T. Savage Heyward, north on land
now or late of W. H. Trapmann, and wost un lund of
B. C. Pressley and W. P. Shingler.
Terms-A sufficient amount in cash to pay the
amount now due upon the bond to tho Complainant,
and the balance in one and two years, secured by
bond of the purchaser and mortage of the premises,
with interest from diy of sale, payable aeml-an
DUully. Purchaser to pay lor pupers and stamps.
January 21 tb2tul Master ir. Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
MikeU vs. Mikell.
Will bc sold, under the direction of tho undersigned,
at thc old Customhouse, on TU1SDAY, tho 4tb day
of February, 1868, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
1. All that PLANTATION, situated at the head of
Foster's Creek, waiora of Cooper River, on the Upper
aud Lower Back Uiver Road, in the Parish of St.
James' Goose Creek, and known aa " Li nerty Hil], "
containing thlriy-sixhundted and one (3601) acres;
bounded to the north on lands of estate of Wm, Bell:
to the northeast and east on lanus ol Wm. Stoney; to
the east on Brick Hope, owned by Charlea Gravea; to
tho southeast, south and northwest by Foster's
Creek; to the wes', by Honhall, belonging to the
estate of S. J. Smith; and to the west and northwest
on Upper Back River Road.
2. All that other PLANTATION, situated on EdUto
Island, called " Vinegar Hill," and containing eighty
five (86) acres, situate on public road, opposite tho
Terms-One-third cash; balance lu one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage ot the premises,
with Interest, payable annually. Purchaser to pay
for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
January 14 tu4 Master In Equity.
I'MOER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JIayne vs. WUtelL
Will be sold under thc direction of the undersign?
ed, at the old Customhouse, on TUESDAY, the
28th day of January, 1868, at ll A. M.,
All that PLANTATION, which formerly belonged
to C. C. Pinckney, Esq., lato bf thc l?state of Dr. J.
W. Leith, known by the nonie of "Aukland," con?
taining 1164 acres, moro or les j. Bounded east and
northeast .>y land of the Estate of Dr. Leith, late of
Wilmot J. Gibbo.-, Esq., south by AahepooRiver,
northwest by lands of burrell Sanders, and wost by
lands formerly of i hom is Rigg?, now bolooglng
to Joel Laney.
Terms.-A sufficient amount in cash to pay tho
bond due to tho complainant and tho costs of these
proceedings; the balance in one, two and three
years, secured by boud of purchaser and mortage of
tho premisos. Purchaser to pay lor papers and
Stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
January 7 lu3 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brown vs. Estabrook.
\\ ill bo sold under tho direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, ou TUESDAY, the 28th
day of January, 18C8, at ll A. M.
1. All that TR A CT uF LAND, situate in St. Paul's
Parish, ColletonDistrict, containing 1200 acres, mero
cr less; bounded north by Caw-Caw Swamp, south
by lands or 'Thomas Farr and Lt. Lo Meilicbamp,
east by landa late of James Stanyame, and west by
lands of Colonel Roper.
2. All that LOT Ol' LAND in tho village of Sum?
merville; bounding north on landa of Carrington k.
Co., and measuring on that line 628 lcet; east on
Young street, running from lands ot said Carring?
ton down to Saw Mill Branch; south on Saw Mill
Branch, and west on lands of Mrs. L. S. GiUmore;
containing io the whole about ten (10) acres.
Terms.-One-third cash ; balance in two equal suc?
cessive annual Instalments, secured by bond of pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest
from day of sale, payable annually. Purchaser to
pay for papers aod stamps.
January 7 tu3 Master in Equity.
frugSj (?licmirnls, (Ck.
ITS CONSTITUENTS. THE RICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat aud harley Malt being
scientifically prepared ready for use,this food by an?
alysis is the samo in its chemical elemente as
HEALTHY BREAST MILE, and ia the easiest of di?
gestion and assimilation of all nourishments for
Children, Invalids and Dyspeptics. It baa been
tried by the physicians of Charleston, an! is recom?
mended and prescribed by tho most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS COM8J OCK,
No. 67 Cortland-strcet, New York.
DOW IK dc MOISE,
January 16 thetuOrcos Charleston, S. C.
GREAT DEAL?0 itES??I?TIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OR ALE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WHETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
PULMOH MIR SPEW
HAS RAPIDLY DIS'l INGUIdHED ITSELF FDR
its wonderful reiterative and curative qualities.
Under ita stimulative influence, anil by its pen?
etral ive agency, tiiis health invigoiaiiug cordial ox
cites a general beneficial reaction, uud disperses thc
impermeable obstructions which prevent access to
other remedies. While gradually reducing the ac?
companying constriction which attends the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and clastic vigor
of tho respiratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes thc healing process by which
reliof and cure is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
kind are employed iu thiaPulmouic Compound, and
tho most assiduous attention given tu tuc quality
and medical value of each component article which
constitute it, it is confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its salcty and reliability, without
restriction in generous, wholnsomr diet, or appre?
hension of renewed cold trom iu etlccU.
For sale wholesale and retail by Ute Proprietress,
Mw. CECILIA RODRIGUES, northwest corner ot
MEETING AND SOCIETY-STREETS, and at tho
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE ?1.25.
November 12 lyr
THE URAN GEB VRG KKWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNTN
at Orangeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per annu ,
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies
the OnASOEB?BO NEWS will be circulated for
benefit ul ?ur advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisement* inserted on the most
liberal terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 25 Orangeburg, S. C.
BY HENEY COB?A & CO.
THIS DAT, al 9)? o'clock, in iront of our store, will
20 bi Jf barrels No. 1 MACKEREL.
Conditions i ash._Jannary 21
Bacon and Lard,
BY BENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAT, ai 9% o'clock, in front of our store, will
500 BACCN SHOULDERS
200buuel!. E. Sides
25 tabs Lard.
Conditions ?ah. Jannary 21
Bama, Sirios, Shoulders, Lard, Butter, ?fe.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAT, on Brown's Whorl, at X
past 9 o'clock,
600 HAM! I, in lois
15 barrels Pig Hams
18 barre s New Tork Sugar Cured Stripe
15 barra a New York Sugar Cured Shoulders
300 firkin i and tubs Butter, of every grade, up to
Str elly Choice Orange County
76 tubs : >ard.
Conditions cash. January 21
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS MORMNG, the 21st instant, at ll o'clock,
will be enid in front of our store, No. 141 East
A lot o! PLOUGHS
One Grist Mill
And ot icr Agricultural Implements.
Dry Goods, Hosiery, ??c.
Bf MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
A choice aid well assorted stock of DRT GOODS,
HOSIERY, Sturt?, Neck Ties, Table Cutlery, &o.
BY R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT. 21st instant, at ll o'cloek. will be
sold at the Exchange, Broad-street,
All that PLANTATION, known aa Sportman'a Be?
tr. at, contai aing about 900 a res of high land, and
200 acres of Yeoland, situate on tho eastern side of
the western branoh of the Cooper River. Also, all
that PLA?I ATION, known as Indian Grove, con?
taining 936 acres, bounding on lands of Corde? and
DeTouenair J. Also, all that PLANTATION, known
as No. 16 in the plat of Watboo Barony, containing
500 acres. Ul in the Parish of st. Johns Berkeley.
Condition i-One-third cash; balance by bond cc
cured by m irtgage of property, payable in one, two,
three and four years, with interest from day of sale,
payable an lu ally. Purchaser to pay R. M. M. k
Bro. for paiera and stamps.
January. 1_13 li 16 21
BY K. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
T B18 DAT, 21st instant, at ll o'clock, will ba sold at
tho Exchange, Broad-street,
All those wo PLANTATIONS adjoining each other,
in the Par ish of St Joh 'e Berkeley, about three
miles from Pineville, containing each about 1100
acres,butting north and southon lands ot santee
Canal Com] any ; east on Santee Canal, and west on
lands of Panuel Duboso ard Samuel Boxworth, and
known aa Hall's and Bulltown Plantations. They
will be Bold separately or together.
Terme--One-third cash; balance by bond, secured
by mortgage of property, payable In one, two, three
and four years, with interest from day of sale, pay?
able unnuilly. Purchaser to pay R. M. M. k Bro.
for p apers md stamps.
Desirable Building Lots at Auction.
BY SAMUEL C. BLACK,
Broker and Auctioneer, .Vo. 98 Broad
On THURfiDAT next. 23d instant, at ll o'clock A.
M , will be sold, at the old Postoffice,
THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS,
That 8PACI098 LOT OF LAND, on north side of
Calhoun-Btreet, immediately opposite East Bay
street, mei-turing in front on Calhoun-strcet 121 ieet
6 Inches by 224 feet deep.
LOT OE LAND, on south side of Charlotte-street
midway be tween Washington and Alexander-streets,
measuring 40 feet front on Charlotte-street by 224
That small but peculiarly well located LOT OF
LAND, oti northwest corner ot Meeting-street and
borlbeck'n Alley, measuring 16 feet front on Meet?
ing-street, 88 feet on Horlbeok's Alley, and 32 feet on
All that LOT OF LAND, on north tide of Short
street (second lot east of Franklin-street), measuring
54 feet front on Short-street by 126 feet, more or
less, in depth.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance in one year,
with Interest from date, secured by mortgage of
property. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
January 21 tuth2
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Wescott vs. Wescott.
Will be acid under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Cid Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the 6th
day ol'february, 1868, at ll A. M.,
1. AU those bEVEN LOTS OF LAND, situate in
Ward No 8, m thia city, fronting on a piece of land
twenty feet wide; extending in length frcm Snrirg
street on thc north, io Bce-stre-t on the south; de?
signated by the letters H, I, K, L, M, N and O, in
the plat c f said lands. The said Lots of Land meas?
ure together 280 fest front on the asid private way,
by the sime on the back line, and one hundred and
iii teen feet nine inches (115 feet 9 inches) each on thc
north and south Unes.
2. AU that WATER LOT, of irregular shape, lying
to the south of the Lot lettered O, and extending
thence to Bee-street, as tbe aforesaid lota are desert b
ed in tho said plat.
3. AU tbat LOT OF LAND, Bituate on the east side
of Meeting-street road, in Ward No. 7, in this city,
known ny the No. 17 in a plat of two hundred and
twenty-five (226) lots, drawn by R. K. Payne, Sur?
veyor, and called Cool Blow village, being formerly a
part of J. S. Payne's'farm, measuring in fronton
Meeting st 60foot the a ame on the back line, and lu
depth ISO, be tbe same moro or less; bounding north
on lot Ns. 16, east on lot No. 35, south on lot No. 18,
and weat on Meeting-street.
4. AU that LOT OF L A ND, situate at the northeast
corner cf Meeting-street road and Center-street, and
known by the No. 18 in a plat of 225 lots, drawn by
R. K. Ps yoe, and delineated on the plat aforesaid,
mea uri og in front on Meeting-street 60 feet, the
same on tho back lino, and in deptb, 150 feet; bound?
ing north on lot No. 17, east on lot No. 35, south on
Ccntre-itrcet, and west on Meeting-street.
5. AU that TRACT OF LAND, situate In the Parish
of St. George's Dorchester, containing about 680
acres, nore or less; bounding to the southeast on
lands formerly of Wm. Haggett and late of D. Sim?
ons, but. now of-; southwest on lands for?
merly of Dr. MacNeal. and now ?rlate of George H.
smith; northwest on the main road, and a small tract
of land sold to Col. Benj. Perry; and northeast on
Ashley River; which said tract of land, with the
small ta act of land above mentioned as sold to Col.
Benj. Perry, was described as containing 692 acres,
in a deed of conveyance from Thomas Hunt, Com?
missioner in Equity, to tho said Geo. H. Smith, da?
ted the 1th of October, 1826.
6. All that TRACT OF LAND, situate in the Parish
of St. Gcorge'a Dorchester, in the District of CoUe
ton, to wit: 40 acres of Land, more or leas, at Dor?
chester Cross Roads; bounding to the south on lands
of Vineyard, now Col. Davis'; on the east by lands of
Henry Smith; on tao north by lands of B. Green,
now Capt. Bee's; and wost and to tho west on lands
Tero:a-One-third cash; balance m one and two
years, : ?cured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of tho premises. Purchaser to piy for papers
ona ate mps. JAMES TUPPER,
January 21 tu3 thl Master in Equity.
V N DER DECKEE IN EQUITY.
DeUay vs. Dennis.
On THURSDAY the 2Sd mst, at ll o'cloek, wiUbe
sold at the Old Customhouse,
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
with the improvements thereon, belonging to the es?
tate of W. J. Dennis, deceased, m the Parish of St
John's Berkeley, known aa Hog Swamp Plantation,
containing about nine hundred aerea, more or lese.
Bounding north on the pubUc road leading from
Monk'u Corner to Nelson's Feriy; southeast on Plan?
tation ?lied .-emerton, the property of the Hon. W.
Cam. and northeast on land of Thomas F. Porcher.
Terms-One-fourth caah; balance in five equal
suecas live annual instalments, secured by bond of
thc purchaser or purchasers, and approved personal
security, with mortgage of the premises sold. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GHAT,
January 13 mtuth Matter in Equity,
NUCUCHANTS AND BUSINESS BUCH
WHO DESIRE TO SECURE TRADE FROM
that rich Cotton country, Southwest Geor?
gia, would do wcU to advertise in the
An old-established newspaper, published at the
tloun: bing little city of Lawson, in the heart of thia
rich Cotton belt. Having tho largest circulation
of any paper in this section, it offers extra induce?
ments' to advertisers.
idr PubUahed weekly at $2 per annum. Adver?
tising rates moderate. ELA M CHRISTIAN,
December ll Dawson. Ha.
The East Florida Banner,
OCA LA. MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DsBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCULA?
TION throughout the most populoua and weal?
thy i orrions of Florida.
Bu miess men, desirous of introducing their busi?
ness through that section, would do well to adver?
tise ri its columns.
B?-BSCMPTION, S? A YEAR.
Sr..ivsicK k Co., Agents, at Couler Office, Charles
on, flouth Carolina, September 27
/'/our, .???, Porter, efe.
J. & F. DAWSON
WHl sell THIS DAY, before our Store, Ho, 88 Ibst
Bay, at 9X o'clock,
36 BBLS. FLO HS
- Half chests Hyson and Black Teas
- Boxes Tallow Candi ss
- Casks Imported Ale
- Casks Imported Poi ter.
Terms cash. January 111
Harm, Sides, Shoulders, Strips, ?re.
JEFFORDS & CO.
W1U sell THIS DAY, In fro at of their Store, at 9K
COO CHOICE PIG H/.MS
4 hhds. Bibbed Sices
400 Choice Shoulder]
8000 pounds small s. C. Strips
100 boxes Candles
25 boxes Cheese
25 packages No. 1 Mackerel
20 half barrels Pig Tongues
20 bags Coffee. January 21
Strips, Tongues, Hams, Shoulders, Vinegar,
BY LAUE KY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, tba 21st instant. will be sold, before OUT
Store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
600 extraMigar-cured -STRIPS
300 Shoulders, New York and Western
200 Hams and Sices
100 Smoked l'on Raes
10 bbls. Vinegar
6 bags Rio Coffee.
5 bales GUNNY CLOTH, rai tibia for mending and
Conditions cash. January ai
Dry Goods, Clothing, Sheets, ?rc.,
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 21st instant, ti 10 o'clock, we will sall
at our store No. 13 5 Meeting-street,
A desirable INVOICE OF GOODS, viz:
10 pieces % Bleached Sheeting. 6 pieces 4-4 Bleach?
ed, 8 pieces 42 Inch Pillow Case Cottons. 2 pieces 10-4
Brown Sheeting, ll pieces 40 Inch Sea Island Brown
Shirting, ll pieces 34 in-h Sea Island Brown Shirting.
Plaid Homespuns, Muslin d.) Laine a, Gilgooma Brown
and Bluo, Table Diaper, Brown linen Table Gotha,
Colored and Black Alpacas, Poplins, Kentucky
Jeans, Printed Satinets. Shirting stripes. Solid Color?
ed Print", Blue and Slate Jeans, laper Cambrics,
Flannels, White and Grey Merino Shirts, Fine Linen
Bosom st. ir ts, Hosiery, Embroidered White Crape
88 Cas sim ein Coats, 27 pair Cassim ere Pants
45 Assorted Vests.
Conditions cash. January 21
[SALK P08TP05ED TO WZDKUOAT, TUX 2?D HOT.]
Positive Sale of a Large Schooner-rigged Flat;
the " Donderberg," at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, NO. 5?7 Broad-street.
On TO-MORROW, the 22d instant, at 10^ o'clock.
IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be sold,
Thc above FLAT, measuring 54 feet long, 18 feet
?Ide, and six feet deep, more or less. She can be
seen where she now lies at Jones' ship yard, east end
of Calhoun-street. Her masts and spars, also sails,
rigging, kc, sold separately. Ibo latter can be peen
at Jordan's, sulmoker, no rib corner of East Bay and :
Terms cash._wftuw4 January 31
Positive Sale of a Tract of 417 Acres in St. [
James, Goose Creek Parish, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents snit Broker*, No? ?T
On TO-MORROW, the 2 ld instant, at ll o'clock,
IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE, will be sold,
That TRACT OF LAN;?, siuated on Babon or
Kent's Branch, about midway between Mount Holly
Depot, Northeastern Railroad, and tee 24 Mile Sta?
tion, -ou th Carolina Railroad, and on tho State Road.
Bounded north and east by lands now or late of Dr.
John Wilson, south by la ids now or late of estate
Jas. Browning, and west by lands now or late of E.
L. Thrower. Prime cotton, rice and provision lands,
also heavily wooded.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay S. at Mc G. for pa?
pers and stamps._January 21
Positive Sale of a small Tract of Land in Christ
Church Perish near the city, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agenti and Brokers, No. 97
Bro R4*->? tree t.
On TO-MORROW, the 22d in stant, at 10)i o'clock,
IN FRONT OF THEI.t OFFICE, will positively
be sold, without reserve.
The above TRACT. lately owned by Anthony V.
To?me?, Esq., on the n rth side of the Georgetown
road, about iya miles from Mount Pleasant, adjoin?
ing the lands of E. T. Morrison on the east; consists
of 60 i>:rc8, more or less, of hig i lsnd.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay S. k McG. for pa?
pera aid stamps._January 21
Thomas Finchley, executor Elizabeth P. Pinck
ney vs. Sarah P. Bellinger et al. A bill to
Account, to Marshal Assets and for Relief.
BY T. A. WHITNEY,
Will b 3 sold under the direction of the undersigned, 1
at tao old eua tom h cuse, on TUESDAY, the 4th..
day of February, 18C(, at ll o'clock, A M..
All those two adjoining fine eo i TON and RICE
PLANTATIONS, known as "Timothy" and "Towns?
end," tracts belonging to the estate of Mi s. Elisabeth
P. Piiickney. deceased, situated on the Ashepoo
River, about two miles (rom the ferry, on the Saltks
batchie road, Colleton D strict. These Wnntations
offer rare inducements to capitalists who may wish
to onssge in the culture of Cotton or Rice, as they .
contara 63? a-rcs of Cotton land aid 135 acres of
Rice land, both excellent quality. The Rice lands,.
owing to the fine facilites tor drainage, ar? admira?
bly adapted to the cultivation ot this staple, cn
these places are a DwelUnghouse.Kitchen, very large
Barn, Cornhou-e, fini rt?Dlo, and seven or eight 1
A Plat ot the same ;an bo Been at the office of T.
A. Whitney, No. 7 franklin-street.
Terms-One-third cain; balance on a credit of one
and two years, secured by bond sud mortgage of the
tho promises. Purchaser to pay for papers
? January 18_C. b. O. D.
Estate Sale of a Valuable Plantation in Christ
Church Parish, Dwelling and Vacant Lots.
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 23d instant, at ll .
o'clock, at the Old Poatoffice,
AU that valuable PLAN TATTON ia Christ Church
Parish, within sight of and opposite to the city,
known as Remley'a Point Plantation, containing, in?
cluding marsh land, between 600 and 600 acres, 100
or more of which are now cleared and under culti?
va tao a, the remainder in wood. This land produces
thc ?nest cotton, ss well as provisions of aU kinds.
On ?he place is a comfortable dwelling, besides
barn, stables and labo/crs' quarters.
Thu weB finished three-story BRICK DWELLING,
No. 1 south side Society-street, containing 8 rooms.
On the premises arc all necessary outbuildings, cis?
tern and well of water. Lot - feet front and - feet
A vacant LOT, north side Calhoun, west of Alexan?
der-street, measuring 80 ieet front and - feet deep.
Conditions-Oue-fourth cash; balance in three
equal annual instalments, with interest at 7 percent.,
payable semi-annually. Dwelling to be kept insured
and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for papers
and stamps. _Jsnuary 17
A Desirable King-ntreet Store corner King and
W Y. LEITCH &R. S. BRUNS,
Auctioneers. No. 35 Broad-street.
WiU be sold at Auotion on FRIDAY, 24th mitant, at
the Old Po itofflce. at ll o'clock,
TRAT NEW AND DESIRABLE BRICK STORE,
slruutcd at the southwest corner of King and Clif?
ford's Alley, known an No. 141. Lot measures nine?
teen feet on King-street, by one hundred and forty
three feet on ChflVrd'i Alloy, more or less.
Terms-Purchaser to assume rund and mortgage
for $2900 In gold or its equivalent, payable in four
years (interest airead r paid to 16th December, 1867),
ba ance to be paid la cash; also, purchaser to pay
State and city taxes for 1868.
January 17 itu th?
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F. A DDPORT * CO.,
Sole agents for Dr. Ricord's P. L.,
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