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r THE DAILY NEWS.
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CULATION IN" THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISH E? TJlE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING Di Th t? POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEl'-K. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POiTOFFICE LAW.
The Daily News-The Cash System.
When the price of THE DAILY NEWS was re?
duced to six dollars n year, we resolved to in?
sist upon tho payment ot subscriptions in ad?
vance. This nile was immcdintoly applied to
our mail subscribers, and at this time we have
not a sutsenber, outside of Charleston, who
has not paid in edvauce the price of his sub?
scription. We gave no credit, and the paper
was invariably stopped wheu the tenn tor
which payment had been made expired. The
experience of the past year has confirmed our
belief that thc cash system is the only plan
upon which a paper can be conducted with
safety and success, and we have therefore de?
termined to apply that system unifoimly to our
subscribers in Charleston.
On tho 15th instant, all papers for which the
subscription price has not been paid will be
stopped without further notice, and from that
date no paper will bo delivered after the expi
ration of the time for wnich payment has been
In order to accommodate portons who may
be unprepared to pay the subscription in ad?
vance, wo have made arrangements to deliver
THE NEWS within the city limits at fifteen cents
a week, instead of eighteen cents as heretofore,
payment to bs made weekly. This reduction
of the weekly rates will go into effect on the
15th inst. Orders from weekly subscribers will
bb received at this office, or at the bookstore
of Mr. C. C. Righter, No. 161 King-street.
A UCTION SALES THIS BA T.
CAMPBELL. KNOX tc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, Hasel-street, boots, shoes,
dry goods, ic.
E. W. M. MACKEY will sell at the courthouse, be?
tween the hoars of ll and 3 o'clock, valuable real
JOHN G. Moxon k Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at the
Mills House, balance of furniture.
ADVENT.-This holy season, which commen??
ai on last Sunday, 26th November, continues daring
the four weeks preceding Christmas.
NEGBO INSOLENCE.-A negro woman was ar?
rested yesterday for slapping a young lady in War?
ren-street, 'ibo assault was unprovoked.
THE FAIR OF THE FIBST BAPTIST CHUBCH.
The fair closed on Saturday, and will not be con?
tinued this week as previously reported.
LOWANDE'S CracTjs.-Al the Brazilian Circus
to-night, Martinho Luande, the celebrated bareback
rider, will leap over thirty-six loaded muskets with
Axed bayonets, which will be fired during ths, leap.
SALE CF STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED BY
DETECTTVJLS.-On Wednesday a number of miscel?
laneous articles, recovered by the detectives, will be
. sold if not previously claimed.
THE MANDAMUS.-Up to last evening Mayor
Clark had received no official information respecting
this writ. In all probability be will hear from it to
CAPITAL SEEKING SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS.
Prospecting parties, composed of men of capital, pass
through Washington daily on their way to the South
in search of proa table investments.
NAVAL CUBIOSTTT.-A professional gentle?
man of this city bas constructed, during his leasure
moments, a novel boat, which will float ere long on
the pond at the foot of Broad and Queen streets.
STBEET REPATBS.-The Habenicht compo?
sition is to be laid in John-street, from King to the
depot, and in Vanderhorst from St Philip to Com?
ing. These places have needed repair ivs some
SOIREE DANSANTE -Mrs. Dowell, one of the
principals of the Carolina Institute, Pitt-street, gave
one of her pleasant soirees at the Freundschaftsbund
Hat], Society-sheet, on Saturday evening last, which
was well attended.
FUBNTTOBB S ALE AT M ILLS HOUBE.-This
sale will be resumed this morning at quarter-past
t?n o'clock, when the finest articles will be disposed
vf. To-morrow the articles purchased will be de?
CEBCUSES.-It never rains but it pours. The
mighty Castello is to be followed by Stone k Mur?
ray's tremendous shew, whose caravan is now wind?
ing through Alabama and may be expected in
Charleston during Christmas week.
A SHOPLIFTER ARRESTED_Some time ago,
Tas Srwa chronicled a robbery committed in the
store of R. L. David k Co., in King-street 1 be thief
escaped detect on until yesterday, when he was ar?
rested and commited for examination.
REV. A. J. RYAN- "MOD?A."-Father Ryan,
more generally known as "Moma," the popular
author of numerous poems relating to the South and
the Confederate war, will lecture in this city on the
27th instant for the benefit of St. Patrick's Male Or
phau Asylum. Further particulars in regard to the
lecture will be pu bli she 1 at an early day.
THE MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA PROS?
PECT?ES.-Tho party of thirty or forty Marylanders
and Pennsylvanians, now on a visit to this State,
visited Augusta on Friday; returned to Columbia on
Saturday, and will go on an excursion to Greenville
to-day, at the invitation of Major Harnett, President
of the Greenville and Columbi* Railroad.
"'HOTEL ABBIVALS.-Cfiarksfon Ho'el-D?
cemberS-W C McGregor, Columbia, S C; W C
Currie, S C; A Johnson, Salem, N C; L Lovett, Sav
annan, Ga; Ed McClarkson, Richmond, Va; R T
Phinney, Clinton, SC; Jas Butterworth, New York;
Alfred Butterworth, England; Joseph Tees, Eng?
land.: H B Moore, Philadelphia; T E Smith, Phila?
delphia; George F Lewi?, Philadelphia; Samuel F
Fisher, Philadelphia; W C Carr, Raleigh; E Nye
Hutchinson, Charlotte; Charles Brown. New York ;
TO Bruce, New York; Lieutenant Thiyer, Boston;
Mrs C O Boutelle and two children, Boston; Wm
Gregg, Aiken; W H Nicholson, city; S C Tasnoski.
city; W M Leake, New York; E H Oppen?
heim, New York; H D H Oppenheim, New York;
Colonel J B Moore, Sumter; Miss M De veaux, Sum?
ter; Augustus Fl add. Sumter.
December C.-Miss A S Bludd, Singleton Moore,
Sumter; Wm McGUvery and son, P Pendleton,
.Tr, Maine; Wm Vorw?, E Ruperte, Hamburg, Ger?
many; John M Demarest, Geo R Hayne, N Y; Col?
onel DeJarnette, Virginia; E Boningoe, Baltimore;
T M Walker. W Dwight, Binghampton; D Callahan,
Savannah ; Dr Carl Woerman, Hamburg, Germany ;
K C Jones, Savannah; V M Rhodes, Ealtimore; John
H Griffin, Savannah; Wm M Bird, City; General
Maynadier and wife, Mrs Colonel Mayuadier and
Pavilion Hotel- Decembor 5-B Shingle, Balti?
more, Md; TB Pohl, J C Myers, Branchville; J G
Foster. Adams Ruu ; Captain S L Dennett, Beau?
fort, S C ; N G Coosen, S E Cowan, Barnwell ; D H
Wood, New York; C C Dubose, St. Johns ; E B Fry
an, J lins Island ; Captain Post, Wm C Mcggett,
South Carolina; J D Charles, Joo Collies, Greenviile,
W M Addington, W H Roane, Franklin, N C; Charles
Krcidsnoff, Alb. ny, New York; Colonel C W Smith.
St. Louis, Missouri ; P H B .Shuler, Waltcr
boro; Wm Haltiwjnger, Nincry-Six Depot; TD Sul?
livan, LaurensCIH; John W Wolffe, Cincinnati; Ino
D Parker, R H Draper. Cooper River ; W D Heath,
City; E S B?rsen, Savannah.
December 6.-A G Guerard, Savannah; T P John?
son. W C Boll, Waldo, Fla; Mrs Col eman, Savan?
nah; WS Chadwick, Beaufort; H A To wie?, GeoW
A Qu LEB DWELLING. -At thc west end ot
Tradd-street there- I* a new dwelling, octagonal in
shape, which its owner and builder claim wi ll se?
cure comfort in winter, and be pleasant in summer.
DESIRABLE ACQUISITION, &C.-The piece of
propel ty adjoining the Academy of our Lady of
Mercy, Queen-street, has beeu purchased by the
Sisters. WhiL t'coy .et the old school house re?
paired and painted, aud tlie'r premises extended,
the appearance of the academy will be materially
THE MARION DISTURBANCE.-A ooncspen
dent writiug to THE NEWS uuder date of Saturday,
thc 5th instant, says that the prisoners in the jail
are stdl rebellious and have not yet sunendered to
thc authorities, although they have had nothing to
cat sines Thursday last, the day on which the cis
tut bance commenced.
A it BESTS LN THE UPPEII WARDS.-John Baker
ahas Brown, arrested for stealing a shirt from Sam?
uel Johnson, colored.
Joseph Pinckney, fo-stealing city lumber, iu Line
street, to toast his shins with.
Alice Baker and Mary Tods, for robbing the vc re?
table patch on the farm of J. E>. Brown, in tho sub?
RIVER IMMERSION.-Between t.vo and three
thousand colored persons, and a few whites, witness?
ed the immersion of twer ty two men and forty-three
women, all colored, at the foot of Council-street, yes?
terday morning. The Bev. Jacob Legare, of thc
Morris-street Colored Baptist Church, officiated.
Excepting some noisy ebullition of feeling on the
part of thc- friends and relatives of the candidates
for baptism, the strictest order was preserved.
THE KEITH TESTIMONIAL -The neat and ap?
propri?t?! tomb erected in St. Michael's Churchyard
to the memory of the late pastor, already referred to
in TBE NEWS, is surmounted by a cross, and in thc
centre of the tomb, on a raised crucifix, is inscribed:
"Bev. Paul Trapier Keith, born October 26, ISO] ;
died August 23, 1868." On the relieved part below
is the following Scriptural text: "Blessed ar*? tte
doa-1 who die in the Lotd; yea, saith the Spirit, that
they may rett fr?m their labors." Bev. xiv; 13. On
the die below is engraved: "The ladies of St. Mi?
chael's Church had this stone erected in testimony
of their affection for their much loved rector. " 1 he
grave is enclosed by marble slabs, and carefully ar?
ranged and adorned.
Siltier OBSERVANCE LODGE, NO. 73, A. F. M.
At tbe annual communication, held on Friday eve?
ning last, 4thinstant, at Masoni-; Hall, the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year:
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, W. M.
DAVID C. MARSH, S.W.
JOS. J. ANDERSON, J. W.
F. J. DAWSON, Treasurer.
JAMES CALDWELL, Secretary.
-, S. D.
C. D. EAST ERLIN, S. D.
THOMAS FROaT, 1 ?tewar(1s
CLARENCE W. WAGNER. f -le*arus
JOHN H. SCHMIDT, Tyler.
POLICE ARRESTS SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY,
Henry Page and Edward Miller, colored, were arrest?
ed for riotous conduct, and the latter for assaulting
Joe Green, colored.
Daniel Furat. for having wood in bis possession
claimed by Edward Miller, colored.
Ben Henry, colored, for stealing ribbons from
Mrs. S tackler's store.
Edward Andorson, colored, for stealing bacon from
the store of B. Feldmanu ? Co., No. 350 King-street.
John Jenkins, colored, for creating a disturbance
Thomas McPherson, colored, for Interfering with a
polic ^man ia the discharge of his duty.
UJSITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT for South
Carolina, sitting at Columbia, Novembor Term, 13GS,
Hon. George S. Bryan, District Judge, presiding!
Friday, December 4, 1868.
W. Baker 4 Co. vs. Robert M. Welch. Macbeth k
Buist-Simons k Simons. Jury No. 1 rendered a
verdict of $1,035 63 for plaintiff.
Griffin Brothers k Co. vs. A. A. Gilbert. Blanding
k Richardson-W. G. DeSaussure. Jury No. I ren?
dered a verdict of $146 06 for plaint iif.
Tho court was occupied untd 4 P. M. in the trial
of crin leal cases.
In Bankruptcy.- In re Daniel G. stiuson, ex parte
J. L. Edwards and A. T. Walker. Petition to cstab
lish lien. G. J. Patterson, pro pet. Order of refer
ence to W. J. Chvwson, Esq., Registrar 4th Congres?
sional District, waa made.
In r? W. J. Cherry, ex parte T. H. Shurley. Pct i
tion as above. James HeinpbiB, pro pct. Sam
order as above.
In re Iahsm Moore, ex parte John B. Moore. Pe
ti"->n as above. Blanding k Richardson, pro pet
Order of referense to R. B. Carpenter, Registrar.
In re Bryant F. Shame, ex parte Graeser k Smith
Mrs. E. J. Rbame. Gilbert Morgan, and W. P. Rus?
sell k Co. Petition as above. Blanding k Richard
son, pro pet. Same order >s above.
In re Irby S. Wella, ex parte S. N. Lacoste ct ux
Pet rion as above. Blandiug k Richardson. Same
order as above.
Ex parte D. P. DuBose, Marena L. Harvin, Jos. B
While, Beojamin J. Hodge, Thomas H. Osteen, Ab
ner Brown, John B. Tindall, Samuel J. Gaillard
Wm. B. Murray, Bryant F. Rhamc, and Thomas G.
Gerald. Bhvjdlng k Richardson, pro pet. Petitions
for final discbarge. Order reference to R B. Carpen?
ter, Registrar, and final hearing to be had on 0th
Ex parte Charles E. R Drayton, Jumes D. Graham
Charles H. Jonea, Z. P. Moses, John J. Neason, and
Horace H. Moses. Petition for final discharge. E
W. Moise and Blanding k Richardson, pro pet. Upon
the favorable reports of Registrar Carpenter, Judge
signed certificates and orders of dia.-harge, under
seal of court, in the ?hove case-.
Ex parte Thomas H. Chappell. Petition for final
discharge. Carlington k suber, pro pet. Order of
reference to Retristrar Summer, ani final hearing to
be held on 6th January, 1869.
In re Jacob Kibler, ?x porte John T. Peterson.
Petilion to sell chotes in action. G arlington k Su?
ber, pro pet. Upon the favorable report of Registrar,
the prayer of the petition was granted.
Ex parte W. K. Griffin. Ihsmas W. Holloway, Phil
ip Epstein, T. D. Livingston, J. Taylor Zealy, and W
.J. Laka. PeUtlaoB for flaal discharge. Gorllugtcu
k buber, pro pet Upon the favorable reports ot Re?
gistrar Summer, Judge signed order J aud earufi va tes
of discharge, uuder seal ot court.
Ex parte J. Lagourtz, in re Levin, David k Co
Petition for appointment of assignee. Vi. S. Mon
teith. pro pet Judge approved of the appointment
of Thomas J. Lamotte, kc.
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.-Messrs. Stol], Webb ft
Co. offer to-day, for 25, 35 and 37>?,' cents a yard
dress goods, worth from 50 to 75 cents a yard.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, fl per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
LADLES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Ous?
ters in tvery style. Mince pies, frtsh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Icc cream every
WRY BE ANNOYED with that cough when you
can be relieved by calling at Dowie A- Moise's drug
s ore. They have "Hood's Sovereign Balm," which
will relieve you at ouce. ttl
THE STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM.-If you want a
real star shirt, gentlemen's wear, neckties and collars
in tho tip of fashion, give E. Scott a call, at thc Star
Shirt Emporium, Meeting-slreot, two doors north?
west of Market, and he will put you up in style, at
LADIES ?-Fine note paper at ten cents per
quire and at $1. SI 50 and SI 23 per ream. Envelopes to
match, ten ceuta per pack. Eave your Bibles,
Prayer Books and Albums neatly lettered with
your names, at COURTENAY'S,
lccember2 6 No. 9 Br.>ad-s!rcet.
ALL WHO are in want of gool, substantial
boots and shoes call at John Commins, No. 131
Meeting-street, nearly opposite the Markot.
Five cases of youths' waterproof rubber bottom,
long leg boots, at SI 75 per pair. Also, live cases
men's mining shoes a* $1 50 per pair.
Novembor 30 nith?
MPOK TE R S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ftc,
And Dealers iu
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN 4 CO.
j?pGoods delivered to all parts of the City.
_ JjH?nt?tifln Bitters.
WHAT CRICK POMEROY DID WRITE
A ?VD WHAT HE DID SOT WRITE.
Eight o'clock, and be is not here yet ! How
dreary this little room does seem, and I am so lone?
some ! Ton o'clock. How I wish h<> would come.
It is so lonely herc with the children asleep ' Once
he love.! to -tay with mr, but now, alas! Twelve
o'clock, aud I am so tired, I cannot sleep! My
heart aches and grows sad. I am growing old, per?
haps. May be my taco is not as fair as once, but my
heart is as warm, though it is oltcn sad.
AUK YOU DYSPEPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, low"spirited, ?elk. or ara yon
sick and don't ?mow what ails yon; tv en try Planta?
tiou Bitters and our word for it, it wd! cure ; on.
What charms can he Hud In that foul-.-eente 1
room, by that dusty table ewin-.: and dealing ihosr>
dusty cards, filling himself who poison, tainting his
bieath, ruining his uiiud, undi rminltg his constitu?
tion, planting s-eds of dir,ta-e, squandering his
money, cloaked with smoko, tired with excitement.
Is th's happiness ? ;s t?Ls lifo ? Is this our mission?
Oh ! I am so tired, do co ne hom?.
This delicious cordial and fine tonic is now hailed
by thousands as the great health giver and re?
storer. Resolve to buy a bottle, and dou't sleep on
it. Be wise in time. Sold by all druggists. ,
"DO YOE 00 DOWN TOWN TC-NIflHT, MT PET?
'.No darling, I hive labored enrraab to-day. Why
Fhould I flee from home, from happiness, from thee?
Life is full short to love-too short to squander. I
love the photograph of my heart too well. No dar?
ling, my ht art is here; here Itt me keepit compauy."
Are always pure, reliable. They are strengthening
and invigorating, and are Evhaasted Nature's great
restorer. As an agreeable and p'easant tonic and
appetizer, they cannot be excel'ed.
THEY WHO ARE RICH,
Are they who mind their own businc a. Find a hap?
py man or woman, and th? affairs of another tioublc
them but a little. It is none of your business if the
minister kisses one of the sisters, or one of the sis?
ters thus s ilutes tho minister. It cannot effect you
when a man you know calls on a cir! you don't know,
or one you do. What if tber.i is kissing behind the
door, in tunnels, and when the night is dark at the
vestibule of the church, or even ever the gate. Would
you not do the same thing if the ehance.was offered ?
A WINE GLASS FULL
Of Plantation Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each moil, will make the flame of life again burn
brightly, and illuminate a one* wretched existence.
For ladies it is an elegant and ?entle stimulant, just
such as they require.
"I WENT TO THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS."
I wanted to hand several "bricks" down to pos?
terity, ond was told by father that with a New Eng
*and girl for a wire, I could raise more children, grow
more onions, skin more eels, sing mort psalms,
know mote of what was going on in the neighbor?
hood, hear more scandal, sleep less nlghls, have
more relatives, eat more beans, love myself and hate
others more, and get more out of a dollar, than any
other sort of woman in this happy country so-called.
Is made from pure St. Croix Rum and Calisaya
Bark (known the world over for i?? curative proper?
ties), and will fortify tho system against dUcatc,
caused by change of water and dirt. If you are In?
clined to dyspepsia, try it. If you have thc chills
and fever, or any kindred disease, by all means take
Plantation Bitters. 1 hey are sold by all druggists
AND HE H8D A FEMALE CHILD,
Whose namo was Hexa Brlghtwatcr. and who was
twenty-nine years old ; who wore red stockings, red
SarUir?, metal tippod shore, green ipcctaoles, and
the prettiest red hair the world ever set eyes on or
into. Hexa, a true New England gal, chewed wads of
pine gum, and sweetened ber broth nilli onions.
Bexa wasn't so much handsomer than a doll as to
make the doll faint, but she was intelligent ; in fa :t, in?
telligence was her best hold brit one; sho was g.'cat
DO making baby garment?, and bad her trunks full,
packed away, that she might be ready as willing
when thc evil hour drew nigh, as she trusted it would
from year to year.
IF THE LADIES BUT KNEW
What thousands of them are constantly relating
to us, we candidly believe one half of the weakues?,
prostration and distress experienced bf them would
JAMES MARSH, ESQ.,
No. 153 West First-:-treet, New York, says ho
has three children. Tho first two are weak and
puny, his wife having been unable to nurse or
itt>>nd them; but she has tskon Plantation Bit?
ters for the last ten years, and has a child now 13
aiouth8 old. which she his nursed and re irod her?
self, and bath are beatty and well. Plantation Bit?
ters is invaluable to mothers.
VA LTE R, MY BOY,
Here comes a man who waa once rich. He bad
Mend?, and money, and a loving family, and posi?
tion, and iufluenoe, and self-respect, ard integrity,
md a future of usefulness before him. Btu my
joy, he don't look like it now. He was elected to an
mportant office. Ho forgot the lessons his good
neither taught him. aud was asked uv designing
loliti.-ians to sell his vote to a partr of swindlers: Lc
:ouId not for the life of him give articulation to that
ittle word, and ?o he tell.
HOW OFTEN DO WE HEAR THE COMPLAINT,
"rom mother au-1 fpihcr, that tho sou or da tighter is
lot well; that they have no appetite; that lliey feel
itnguid; that the head aches all the time; that they
rc greville thin and feeble, and that they have no
ifc nor eucrgy lett. And the questions are often
sked, What shull I do for th. in ? What shall I give
Lcm? Our answer is, let ih.m try Plantation lit?
ers moderately, three times a day, aud our word
or it they will recover.
AND nEPE VALTER, IS A YOUNG MAN,
ust like you au-.l us, my boy. He ha; wit, sense,
ducatiou, intelligence, fr:e::ds, ambition, and i< |
jvc'. ne hts a knowle !.re of (be world. acii?::r:-d ,
y mixing with its people Dc has amb'tiou and
de same He'd lo which to wm honor, finie and dis
iuctlou, as had Frauklin, Fulton, Morse, and a host
f other?. He is naturally sn art, but, Valter, ny
ry, as he meets us do you set? the excess of mois
are in his eye, the little puffy ridge tmder it, thc
radual turning of thc beautiful comers of the
louth, his mother so loved to kiss. These, my boy,
?ll a sad tale of early shipwreck, of disease, of prc
lature death, of neglected and ?quand red gifts.
December 7 lyr
CllP DRESS GOODS !
ST OLL, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 3S7 and USO Kl.VC-Sl'REtT,
"\YrlLL r>PE* THI> MORNING, JUST FR J M
Vf l''G New Torie Auction Saler,
THREE CASES DRESS GOODS,
PLAIDS AND SOLID COLORS,
Which they vriH off-T at thc low price of
.VXD 37 1-^ CENTS,
Goods worth from .>0 to 75 couts.
100 I) zen LIN BS DOYLIES,
AT TUE LOW PRICE Ol" SOc. PER DOZI'.N.
STOL!., YVEBB ? CO.,
No* 28? a:id 239 RI"G-STBEET,
Q II ? A P
JUST OPENED AT
STULL. WE BU & CO.,
Nos. 257 AND 239 KING-STRE ZT.
Fall arni Winter Dry Goods,
TO BE SO. D CHE VP,
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER.
WHITE AND GRAY.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
No. 420 Eing-stroct.
WHI1E, RED, GRAY ASD BLUE. ALL WOOL
FLANNELS from 25e. up.
CLOTH AND CASSIMKRES.
Superflue BLACK CLOTH, suitable for Cloaks,
SI Gi) per vai'l.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER
November 9 mwflmo
QHEAP DUY GOODS.' CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and aro receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
tbo CHEAPEST FALL GOODS wbicti have ever been
offered in ibis market. City cs well as country buy?
ers can save trom fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods trom the above ?rm.
A lot of Dress Goods, from 20 to 25 cents per yard
Best Iri-h Poplins, from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, at lu, 12 ',' und 15 ceuts per yard (best)
Bahnoral Skirts, from $125 up
3-4 White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only GO cents por yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
A largo assortment of While --.nd Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will be sold from S3 up
Colored Quilts, from $1 75 to $2
White Marseilles QuUts, HM, 11-1, 13-4, from $2 50
Ladies' English Hose, without seams, from 37 to 50
Satieets. from 50 to 75 cents
A large qat.ti'.v o: the latest stylo of Cassi meres, from
SI to .51 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to S3 50
A variety ol >haw.s, at S3, $2 50, S3, S3 50, $4, and $5
Broun and White bhlrtlnir, at 10, 12U and 15 cents
Also, flue branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gert's Underwear at different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
The oest French Corsets, from 75 rents to ?1
The latest style of Felt a id Straw Bats
Trimming", Buttous, Ribbon*, fcc, at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only Sic
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50e up
A lot of Ladies" Black Cloaks from $3.00 up
Ladies and Mon's Rid Gloves only $1.00
tfS-Rowcrabcr the CHEAP STORE, at tho
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE AL50 NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
publie in general that we have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for ROOTS, hHOE-:, HATS,
TRUNKS, ita, which wi. 1 bo sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
#2~ ENTRANCE IN CALBOUS-STREET.
I t Ki IM;OTT cw BRO.,
No. 437 KING-sTREET.
September 21 3mo
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAYS JUST RECEIVED,
pi r Steamship Champion, a full line of
ENGLISH C LOTHS, and
FANCY DKKSS GOODS,
Wh'ch they intend opening at astonishingly low
I>riccH. Au ca:ly en.ll is solicited. Wa led confident
that every customer will loave tho store rally utis
neJ that we have only stated fuels.
CARTMILL, tlARBKSOX & CO.,
NO. 254 KING-STREET.
November TJ thin)
DRY GOODS I DRY GOODS!!
No, 248 King-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention ol' th: public to their varied stock of
FOKE?GN AND DOMESTIC
J U S T R E C El VE D,
CONSISTING OF :
IRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, French Merinos, DeBages, Melanges,
Black ?un? Colored Silks. Bombazines, Boule?
vard and Calmund Skirts, Ciincuilly Cloak?
ing, Ladies' Cloaks ami Sacqpes, and a very
large assortment of KID GLO VES, of tho most
celebrated brands, tor Ladies, Gout's and Cliil
Wc have also the DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening v. eat, of very line quality and rea?
FRINGES, GIMPS, VELVET AND Dit ESS
BUTTONS, ol every color and style, willi
many other DRESS and C: OAK TRIMMINGS
too numerous to mention.
Otu-slock uf Lathe.-,' fasbi mable HATS, and
TAFFETA and SATIN I?LBBONS is very ?argo
and noll asserted.
We Lave LONGCLOIHS, Calicoes, Slicct
ings, Ginshams, it uti ail oilier Cotton Goods
belonging lo our line al thc lowest markel price.
We cult particular attention to uur larg?
stockt)!' KLANNELS, in Upar*, Welsh. Dornet
;.ntl nll-Wooi; also, ti ?rood slock if BLAN
ICE IS. and !; mire ami Lone Shawls.
WOOL un i COTiON HOSIER?", or every
?.rule an.1, price, for Ladies, Gents, Boys and
CLO ill:. Cassimercs, Doeskins, Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans. Kvrseys and Vestings, for
Men's and Boy's ?car.
Our ENTIRE STOCK has leen '.outihtat
the reccal d?chue of pt ices for >.'.t.-;h, and great
bargains arc confidently guaranteed.
A call h respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN k CO.,
No. 'MS KING-STREET,
BETWEEN* BASEL AND MARKET STS.
November 33 mwilmo
Sri) ?oo?ig, mc.
NEXT TH IR Tl DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO RE HO VIN G TO OUR SPA?
No. 270 Kins and No. 67 Masel
\\TE WILL SELL Ot'R ENTIRE STOCK, WHICH
>> in complote lu every department, aad pur?
chased for cash at the late
AUCTIONS AMD BANKRUPT SALES IN
At ICBM than gold cost of manufacture or importa?
Special attention is called to an invoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will bc sold low tc close consignments.
We respectfully and confidently invite country
merchants and our country and city fi lends to ex?
amine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. A
largo saving guaranteed.
McLOY & RICE,
No. 268 KING-STREET, ONE DOOK BE*
November 16 Imo
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY PIECES OF BILYf?, suiUble for
Christmas and Bridal Presents, at
No. 307 KING-SIREET.
December 5 smwlmo
VASES AND FANCY GOODS.
A large and well folected assortment suitable for
Bridal ani Christmas Presents,
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING-STREET.
November 30 . m wf 0
THE LARGEST AND B?ST SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
ING ARTICLES MADE BY
L?BEN, RI HENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, TARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a lull assortment of
Tooth, Hair aiid Nail Brushes,
. C O M B S ,
ALL OF IEE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
The ladies arc rrspcctfully invited to call and ex?
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. PAN KN IX,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 ?Iccting-strest,
November 13 fmw3mos Charleslou. 8. C.
(ticking air? /urnisl)ing (?oo&s.
ESTABLISHED IN 1813.
O. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Gent's Youths' uud Freedmen's
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 315 Kliig-^t., Opposite Socicly-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM IHIS DATE TO
offer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own select lor, aud manufactured by our?
selves in Chariest n.
As resurJs quality and st} le, we are confident our
Goods will compare favorably in every respect with
any H. r.;-e iu the Southern Country, both fur cheap?
ness aud durability. Wc have als J a large stock of
Ecu's Furnishing Goods in htore.
To our friends and ferner patrons, anr1 to the
Trade ii general, we extend a cordial Invitation to
examine our sleek, and solicit their orders.
SATINE V PANTS.S2 00 to $ 4 00
I'OLOhEDCASSlMERE PANTS.-100 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANTS.3 00 to 4 50
BLACK CASHMERE PAMS... .5 00 to 10 00
L OT'S PANTS.2 00 to ?3 00
[iOY'.i SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
JOLORED ?SATINEl' SACKS.. ..5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS S 00 to lb" 00
SLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.7 00 io 23 00
JOLORED CASSIM EUI: V;:STS.2 O'J to o' ft)
OVERCOATS AND SACKS. S 00 to 20 00
L'be Genuine. SiAB BRAND SHIRT always ou
j I NEN COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, il .30 lo S3.
tJERINO SHIRTS, tl 00 to il Ou.
Our terms are CASU, or city accept in
November 2.1 Imo
,-\ T TO 5 V N .\ 'i' V ti ,
1'YER AND SCOURER,
141 Market-street, between King and
GENI3' COATS. VESTS, P.?NTS AND HATS
)yed, Cioaned and Pressed.
Novi tuber 12 vfm3mos
Boots and Shots, Assorted Dry Goods, Straw
Bats, ?J e, <J-c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, No. 55 Huscl-strcet,
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock.
24 cases a-d cartoons liOO IS AND SHOES
Invoice of Assorted Dry Goods
4 cases Straw Hats, Sundries.
Balance of FURNITURE, fcs., uncalled for at pre?
Coudilrhus cash. December 7
By virtue of a writ of Fiori Facias to me directed and
delivered, will be sold THIS DAY, tho 7th of De?
cember, at the northeast corner of the Court?
house, between the hours of ll A. M. and 3 P. .M.,
All the riffut, title and interest of tho defendant
in a LOT OF LAND, with a two and a half story
Wooden Building and other improvemen's thereon,
situate south side of Henrietta-str.-et, and known as
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Joshua
Jones at the snit of St. John Phillips.
At tho same time and place,
All the right, title aud interest ot ihe defendant in
a LOT OF LAND, with thc Duildiiig and imnrove
meuts thereon, j-ituato at Hikersvillc, u^ar the city
boundary, aud known as the Charleston India Rub?
ber Factory. Also, ene Steam Engine, Boilers, Heat?
ers, Moulds, Rollern, Chains, Lathes ?c., kc, &c.
Levied on and to ba sold as tue property of the
Charleston Rubber Company at the several suits or
Thomas J. Enauff and John M. Easterby, who have
assigned the judgments and executions.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest ot the defendant in s
LOT OF LAND, with the two and a half-story WoodCL
Building and improvements thereon, situate on tho
north side ot Montague-street, between Smith and
Pitt-stre'.ts; said Lot measuriug 60 feet front on
Montague-street by 100 foet in depth, more or
less, and kuown as No. 21.
Levied on and sold as the property of Mary C.
Roach, at the several suits of sarah C. and Mary
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of che defendant
in a LOT OF LAND, with a three-story Brick
^Building and other improvements thereon, situate
on tho west side of Rutlodge-street, and known as
No. 5; said Lot moasnritig and containing 45 feet on
Rutlcdgc-8trcet by 134 feet in depth, more or less.
Levied on and to bo sold as tho property of Arthur
Fogartie, uu^er au elocution in the coso of H.
B. Cl:.-..- k Co. vs. Fogartio & Stillman
At the same lime and place,
All tho right, title .ind interest of tbe defendant in
a LOT OF LAND, W.th a two and a half story Brick
Building and other improvements thereon, situate
on the north side of Hudson-street, in rear of the
Citadel, and known as No. C.
Levied on aud to be sold as tho property of Mrs.
Caroline L. Hiller at tho suit of Edward Mack.
At the same time sod place.
All the right, title and interest ot defendant in all
those two TRACTS OF LAND, situate in tho Parish
of St. Johu's Berkeley, with tho Dwelling House,
Barns, Negro Houses, and other improvements
thereon, s >id tract measuring and containing 3000
acres, more or less. One of the said tracts known
as "Black Branch," bonnded bylands now or late
of Keating L. Simons, James Gaillard, Dr. Joseph
Palmer and Santee River. The o ber of the said
tra.-ts near tho last tract and Lawson's Po ii d, and
known as the "Pino Trajt," bounded bylands now
or Uto of Peter Snowden, Thomas Poroh'T, Keat?
ing Simons and Santee River.
Levied on and tu be sol 1 as the property of W. H.
B. Richardson at thc suit of J, S. Richardson, Jr.
December 7 mi E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
BY It*. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TO-MORROW (Tuesday), tho 8th lust., will be sole
before our store, at halt-past 9 o'clock, on accouni
of tho underwriters and aU cr ncerned,
Three boxes New York STRIPS, damaged on boarc
8teamor Key West on her rassage from New York i<
Conditions cash. December 7
Underwriters' Sale-Damaged Flour.
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TO-MORROW ?Tuesday), the 8lh inst., will be sold
at half-past 10 o'clock, nt our warehouse, Ki?. -
Chalmers-streot, on account of the underwriter?
and all concerned,
50 bbl?. FAMILY FLOUR, 1 Charleston
101 bbls. Extra Flour, ) Inspt ction.
Damaged on board steamer Key Weat, on her pas?
sage from New York lt this port.
Conditions cash on delivery.
Underwriter's Sale-Strips, Hams, Shoulders,
Tongues, and Smoked Beef.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
TO-MORROW, the 8 h instant, will be sold, befon
our store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on ac
count of the Underwriters and all concerned,
G boxes NEW YORK SUGAR-:.URED STRIPS
2 tierces Hams
2 bbds. Shoulders
1 box Tongues
2 tierces Smoked Beef
1 bbl. Strips
2 bbls. Bacon Necks.
Damaged on board steamer-, on her voy?
age from Now York, to this port.
Conditions cash. December 7
Contents of Grocery Store Southwest cornel
Amherst and Nassau streets.
BY JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold on FRIDAY, 11th instant, at the above
Ihe contents ?fawell selected GROCERY STORE
consisting ol a tine assortment of Groceries, Crock
The store will first bc off? red in a lump, and if no)
disposed of will be retailed.
N. B.-The aLove store can be treated loratpri
December 7 mtuthf4
CNDF.lt DECREE I* EQUITY.
Ei parte T. Savage Heward, et al., Trustees,
On THUR.-DAY, the 10th December next, at ll
o'clock, will bo sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, situito on the northeast
corner of Alexander and Chapel streets, lu the City
of Charle?ton, formerly the property and residonce o
Churlos Hayward, Esq., measuring 00 leet, more oi
less, on Chapel-street, and 77 feet, more or less, or
Alexander-street : on the east linc 77 feet running
uorthwardly from Cbapcl-strcot, then 21 feat run
uiug castwardly, theu 35 feet ruuuing northwardly
to the i ock line, au i on tho north or b '.ck linc 14?
feet, more or less.
All that LOT lying to the north ol'tho above, or
Alexander-.-1-cet, mca.-uring on Judith-s?re:t (uon
Alexander) 25 tcet, on the back or eastern line 3(
feet, on the south line 143 feet, aud on thc north lint
163 leet, he the ? d dimensions more or less.
Terms-One half ca:-h; balance iu cn: year. Pur
chaser to cay tor papers and sta mps.
J. W. VRAI,
November 10 thni7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECKEE IN LQ11TY,
' Read vg. Read.
Ou THURSDAY', thc 10th December next, at ll
o'clock, will be fold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with fae turee, story
BRI' K HOU-E thereon, situate in the City ol
Charleston on tho west side of Meeting-street; mea?
suring in front on said street 51 feet, and in depth
23! leet from east to wes', as will more particularly
appear by a survey of Joseph R. Purcell, made Sep?
tember, isOC. l'ounding north on land late of Mrs.
Taggart, but now or lato of Mrs. Miller, south on
land late of Win. Brisbane, now of Otis Mills, east
on Meeting-street, and weston land now or late of
Terms-One-third cash, balance in one, two an 1
three years, secured by bond or bonds of the pur
liwssr and mortgage of tho ptemlses, with insur?
ance of the buildings and assignment of the poiicy.
Purchaser lo pay for papers and stamps.
'1 he saiil property may bc treated foi at private
sale until the day of sale. J. W. GB AY,
> ovember 19 thin? Master in Equity.
^actioncers' tyilmU Sales.
CLIFFORD ? MATHEWES,
ItrnI Estate Agents, No. 50 Broad-street.
For salt1 and Lease
PilOSI'UAIE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep waler navigation ana healthy locations all the
1 "uiCE and COT TON PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
all parts ol the State.
t IT Y PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 UOOS.
^itllineri) QSooH &c.
lyriSS lt. A. MUKTLAND,
No. COS KING-STUEET,
FULLY inform tho
Ladies lhat she has
opened a handsome
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfm 3moa
[SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF STOBM.]
Mills House Furniture Sale-Tn Ban/.riipfryJ
and Sold by order o f Court.
BY JOHN G. MINOR k CO.
THIS DAY, 7tb inst., commencing at quarter-pa-t
Will bc continued the sale of the above FURNI?
TURE, commencing on third story, front, compris?
ing the finest and best furnished chambers in tho
house. Ladies' par!or and chambers on the second
story may bc reached that day.
Conditions cash on delivery.
There will be no sale tn Tue=dny; that day will ba
devoted to delivery o'g.iods sold Monday.
Persons who bave bought at sales this week are
requested to call this day (Salurdav), at thc siorc of
J. G. M. & Co., and settle thoir bills ami take away
their purchases. E.W. MARSHALL,
Assignee Estate of Joseph PurceU.
Large and Attractive Sale of Dry Good?., Wor?
sted Goods, and fine F-lt Hats-Onaccou><t
BY JOHN G. M?LNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW. 8th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell,
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meoiing-street,
on account of Manufacturers,
4 CASES, 21 DOZEN FINE BLACK AND FRENCH
DROWN FELT HATS
2 cases, 12 dozen, Doy's Felt Hats
Large and desirable invoices of Drv Goods, Just
received per steamships Charleston and Champion,
CONSISTING IN PART or :
Black Broadcloth, Fancy and Black Cassimeres
and Satinets, Black Meltons and Beaver Cloth. Fancy
Silk Mixed Cassimeres, Black Doeskins, Kentucky
Jeans, Heavy Tweeds, Opera Flannols, Wh'te Flan?
nels, Fancy Plaid Shawls, Brown and White Blan?
kets, Linen Cambric H. S. Bdxfi., Madras and
French Handkotchiefs, Hickory and Belnap Shirts,
4c, Al-o, an invoice of Worsted Goods :
CONSISTING or :
Womon's Nubias, Children's Cloaks. Breakfast
Shawls, Sontags, Comforts and Ladies' Velvet Hats,
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT OF UNDEBWETTESS AND *T.T. CON?
Ono case assorted Clothing
10 pieces Fancy Prints
Bundles Sieves, and cases Cotton Cards.
Condi Hon s cash. Di cern b c r 7
Large Market Farm, forty-six acres, on Dor?
chester Road, three and a half miles above
Cit g Limits.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
WiB be sold at auction, on TO-MORROW 8th inst, at
the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That large FARM on Dorchester Road, known as
FITCHES' FARM, adjoining lands of Cherrel, Pur?
cell and Stoney. Said farm contains some twenty
acres cleared land, and but a s'aort Jistance from
Accabee Public Landing, Ashley River.
Terms-Half cash; balance in one and two years,
with interest. Purchaser to pay cs for papers and
stamps. December 7
Brick Store and Dwelling in Market-street.
\y. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll
o'clock, on TO-MORROW, 8th instant,
That THR"-E ?TORY BRICK BUILDING, on tho
north side of Market-street, known as No. 48, used
and occupied asa Store and Dwelling.
Lot measures twenty feet front on Market-street,
by 55 feet deep, more or les*.
Terms-One-third cash ; balance payable in one and
two years, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage, with policy of insuranc : assigned. Purchaser
to pay us for papers and stamps.
Desirable Investment at the Corner of Eliza?
beth and Mary streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Wiil be sold at Auction, on TO-MORROW, 8th inst.,
at ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That desirable TWO STORy WOODEN HOUSE
and extensive outbuildings, suitable tor a Grocers
Store, struated at the corner of Eliz ?both and Mary
streets, measuring in front 33 feet by 100 in deptb,
more or les?.
Terms-Oue-half cash; balance in twelve months,
with interest, secured by bond and mortgage; prop?
erty tobe b sured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay for papers and stamps. December 7
Market Garden Farm at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll
o'clock, on TOMORROW, 8th inst,
That desirable and highlv cultivated MARKET
FARM, within one mile of the city limits, and situ?
ated on the Ashley River, known as steveus' Farm,
containing 33 acres, of which 16,4 acres is high
land and 17 of marsh.
A plat of this property can be seen at our Office,
No. 35 Broad-street
Terms-One-th'rd cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by boud and mortgage
of the pr jperty. Purchaser lo pay us forpapers and
stamps. December 7
Two Small Dwellings in Upper Wards.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction, at thc Old Postofflce, at ll
o'clock, on TO-MORROW, 8th instant,
That small and dei-lrabb DWELLING HOUSE,
situated at tao corner of America ind Blake-streets,
containing four rooms and outbuildings. Lot mea?
sures 30 by 45 feet, more or less.
Tho TWO-STOBY WOODEN RESIDENCE adjoin?
ing, and kuown as No 12 Blako street. House con?
tains four rooms, and necessary outbuildings on the
premises. Lot measures 30 bv 45 feet, more or less.
'lerins-One-half cash; balanco payable in twelve
months, with interest, secured by bon i and mort?
gage, with policy of insurance assigned. Purchasers
to pay us for papers ancLstamps.
Desirable Small Dwellings at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & & S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at the Old Postoffl.ie, at auction, on
TO-MORROW, 8th instant, at ll o'clock,
That small and desirable STOKE and DWELLING
situated lu Line-street, No. 28. fe ur doors west of
King-strcot. House contains four rooms, and on
the premises are a good kitchen and well of water.
Lot measures 30 by 113 feet, more or less.
That new wooden DWELLING situ ?ted at No. 2
Aikcn-stre. t, Ward No. 7. Hou3e contains four
square and two attic room-? aud pantry. On tho
premises are small kitchen and well of water. Tho
situation of both of these houses to thc workshops of
thc South Carolina Railroad, r miers them destrabe
for dwellings or tor investments.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in tirolve months
with interj secured by bond and mortgage of tho
' property with poliche of insurance assigned, Pur?
chasers to pa.7 Ri foPpaper-j and stamps.
Resiliences No. 4 Inspection-street and No. 5
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Auction, at the Old Postofflce. ou
TO-MORROW, 8th December, at ll o'clock,
That desirable two and a hali story WOODEN
RESIDENCE, with .-late roof, known as No. 4 In?
spection-street, north side, one do ir west of Con?
cord-street, otitaiaing six square and two attic
rooms, fist rn, ga?, and also a good kitchen.
1 ot uiaasnrcs 40 by 70 feet, n ore or less.
That finely located WOODEN RESIDENCE,
known as No. 5 Laurens-street, south side, ouposito
Middlc-str-et, with tin roof and brick ld teilen; nous?
contains tcu roomi with gus. On thc p .irises aro
a cistern and well of good waler.
Lot measures 43 feet G inches front, by 17 Let i
inches iu depth, more or Ices.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve month?,
with interest, secured b. bond ano mortaage of tho
property; property to be in-nred and polioy assign?
ed. Purchasers t? paj us for papers aud stamps.
.4 Desirable Remenee on Broad street at
BY LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
Ko. 26 Brond-strcct.
Will be sold on TO-MORROW, 8th December, at IL
o'clock, at the OW PostolTic-,
That BRICK RESIDENCE on the Northside of
Broad-sireet, known at No. 90. The hou;-e contima
six robins, pautiie", wash room, Sec., a good cistern.
All n cosiary outbuildings on the premises. Tho
first dojr has been used as a doc"or'* whee, and will
bring a good rent. Lot 34 b. 131 feet.
'Irrms cash. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. _fmiu-i_December 7
At Auction-Christmas Presents-Unreserved
Sale of Handsome Silver plated Ware, im?
ported direct from Shield, England, suita?
ble for Christmas Pr?sents
Bi CLIFFORD A: MATHE WES,
yo. 50 Broac?-street.
I Will bc sold, without reserve, cu THURSDAY, 10th
I ot December, at ll o'clock, at our office.
AN INVOICE OF HANDSOME ENGLISH SIL?
VER-PL ATE U W\RE.
COMMUNION SERVICES, lea and Coffee Pots.
Cream and svrup Jugs, Waiters. Plates, Cake and
Bread Baskets". Ooblets and Children's Cup?, Butter
Dishes, Toast Racks, Casters, Nut Crackers and
Pickers, Table, Dearert and Tea Spoons and ( orks.
Dessert Kuives, Fish Carvers and Forks, 4c.. 4c.
Teims cash. mwfl 3 November 3*