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NEW.-? BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNISED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION' IS THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBUSHES THE LIST 07 LETTERS RF VAIN
iNG rs inn POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
CONS Ol' TUE NEW P0.V1 OFFICE LAW.
LOCAL M A TTE KS.
Tuc Daily Xews-Thc CasL System.
When tho price of THE DAILY NEWS was re?
faced to six dollars a year, we resolved to in?
sist upon thc payment of subscriptions in ad?
vance. This rulo was immediately applied to
our mail subscribers, and at thia timo wo have
not a subscriber, outside cf Charleston, wno
has not paid in ndvance tho price of his sub?
scription. Wo gave no credit, and the paper
was invariably stopped when the term tor
which payment bad been made expired. The
experience of the past year has confirmed our
belief that the cash system is the only plan
upon which a paper can bo conducted with
safety and success, and we have therefore de
terminod to apply that system uniformly io our
subscribers in Charleston.
Oe the loth instant, all papers for which the
subscription price has not been paid will bo
stopped without further notice, and from that
date no paper will be delivered after the expi?
ration of the timo for which payment has been
In order to accommodate persons 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 weet, instead of eighteen cents as heretofore,
payment to ba made weekly. This reduction
of the weekly rates will go into effect on the
15th inst. Orders from weekly subscribers will
be received at this office, or at die bookstore
of Mr. C. C. Righter, No. 161 King-street.
A UCTION SALES THIS DA T.
LEITCH & BKUNS will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postoffice, stores and dwellings, market forms
and other real estate.
JOHN G. MILSOB ? Co. will sell at 10 o'clo:k, at
their salesroom, Meeting-street, a large stock of dry
goods, hats, kc.
LAUBEY & ALEXA ND EB will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store. East Bay, bacon strips, kc,
also, at half-past 10 o'clock, in th-ir warehouse.
Chalmer3-stre rt, a large stock of groceries.
HENEY CODI I k Co. wiU sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
in front or their store, bulk meat?, hams, kc.
T. M. CATEE will sell at three-quarters past 9
o'clock, on Brown's wharf, groceries and French
JEFFORDS k Co will sell at half-past 9 o'clock, be?
fore .'.heir stores. Vendue Ranze, bacon, molases, kc.
MILES DUKE will ?ell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
corner of King and Lib?rty-srreets, dry goods, hats,
J. A. EKSLOW k Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, before
their store, Ea?t Bay, bacon and flour.
G. W. STEFFENS k Co. will co .1 at half-past 9
o'clock, in fr mt of their store, Vendue Bange, but?
ter, strips, kc
THE SHOP WINDOWS are manifesting symp?
toms of coining Christmas, and Santa Claus hos evi?
dently appointed many agents ia town.
PETTY LARCENY.- Some thief entered the
premises of Mr. Prentiss, No. T Lamboll-street, a
few nights ago, a td stole $11.
WIDOW'S HOME FATE.-The preparations in
progress for tLis forthcoming fair, make it safe to
assume trat it wUT be attractive and popular.
HOLY CO ii m UNI ON- CHURCH .-Repairs are
going on in this church, by which the sanctuary
will be enlarged ?nd the general appearance of the
CITY ALMONERS.-Upward of fifteen hun?
dred persons receive assistance from the City Alms
House, not counting the regular inmates, who aro
nearly one hundred in number.
THE SOUTHERN ALMANAC.-Twentv-or. e thou?
sand cop;es of this valuable vtde mecum will be
issued on Saturday by the publishers. Walker,
Evans k Cogswell. It ls said to be accurately com?
piled, and will be complete ia every particular.
CONDITION OF CHESTNUT-STREET.-Whenever
the tides rise, this street, flanked by morals on one
side, and by u p md on the other, becomes boggy
an 1 almo-1 impassable. A barrier would protect it
from the action of the water and preserve the street
PERSONAL.-The Warrcnton (Va.) Indoxcays:
"General John S. Preston, of South Carolina, was in
town last week looking after lani. We understand
he proposes to settle in this neighborhood, and de?
vote himself to tho grazing and raising of cattle."
MARINE ACCIDENT.-Tho steamer Bockland,
on coming to her wharf at the foot of Market-street,
from Mount Pleasant, on Sunday evening, struck a
snag projecting from the remains of an adjoining
pier, which caused ber to sink. Measures are being
taken to have her lifted.
EQUITY BALE.-Messrs. Leitch & Bruns sold
yisterday, at the old postoffloe, under the direction
of Master Gray, for Commissioner (maries E. Ben,
Esq., Beaufort, 6. C., the plantation known as the
Foot PoirA Land Company location, for 52500, one
half cash, and the balance on a credit of twelve
A NEW EDITION OE A VALUABLE WORK.-We
aro please? to announce that Walker, Evans k Cogs,
well will soon put in type a new ?dition of an In*
valuable work, entitled "Resources of the Southern
Fialds and Forests," by Dr. Francis Peyre Porcher.
M. D., of this city. Tho now edition will embrace
many new features, ?nd contain everything perti?
nent to ? -s'-olass medical, economical and agricul?
THE HOLIDAYS are rapidly approaching, and
every stcamor and railroad train is dally bringing
visitors to the city, who come for [the most part to
spend their monoy with us. They lead THE NEWS
f^r information as to the best places lo make their
purchases, and those merchants who send ia their
adveras rotnts now to THE NEWS will rer.par.-h
her ros' of returns.
THE MUNICLT-AL ELECTION MANDAMUS.-Our
Columbia correspondent writes that it is likely that
the Supremo Court will not undertake to givo a de?
cision in the Charleston election case, on the ground
that it ys ono wh'Ch can only bo heard before a f ali
bench. This would prevent any consideration of tl<e
case until Judge Moses has qualified, or a Chief Just
tice is elected ia his place.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF BEAL ESTATE.-Messrs.
Leitch & Brasa sell to-day, at the old post office, a
quantity of voluble real estato, which offers nre ad?
vantages ld .he speculator a3 well as tho investor. It
include? '.wo fine farms-Fitche's form and Stevens*
firm; tho store and dweUing house at No.43 Market
streot, the grocery store and residence at tho corner
of Elizabeth and Mary stree'?, a dwelling house at
tho corner of America and Blake streets, a store and
dwelling bouso at No. 28 Line-street, a wooden resi?
dence at No. i Inspection-street, besides sundry lots
of land sold for James W. Gray, Master ia Equity.
The term i of cale aro lu each case Uberal oud reason?
able, and the variety of property to be sold is so
groat that nearly every purchaser may find what is
suited to his taste and pocket
SHcnirr's ^ALE.-The sheriff sold yesterday
at the courin use
The Bi kt ravllle Factory, better known OB ;ho In?
dia Rubber Works, together with the steam engine,
boilers, beaten, mould?, rollers, chains, lathes, &c,
Also, lot cf land in Montague-street, with two
and a half story wooden building theroon, fifty feet
front by one hundred and fifty deep, for $2000.
Also, lot ct iau-J, with three story brick buil.?ing
thereon, weat si le of Rut'edge-street, forty-five feet
front by on? hundred and thirty-four deep, tor
Also, two tracts of land in St John's Berkeley,
known as "Black Branoh" and "Pine Traet," for
$100 and judgments.
Also, lot of land in Henrietta-street, with two and
a half story wooden building thereon, for $2'0.
MILLS HOUSE SALE.-TIIO sale will be re?
sumed ou Wednesday; to-diy will bo devoted to the
delivery of soods bought.
FIRST SHAD OF THE SEASON.-The first shad
ot th3 season, flue and luscious in quality, was
sirred up yesterday at ihe Pavilion Ho'.el, in the
style characteristic of that excellent house.
I HE SCRtTVOE*8 ASSOCIATION will meet this
evening at the reading roora of Messrs. Walker,
Evans k Cogswell, No. 3 Broad-street. A full at?
tendance is desire !.
PENALTY FOR ASSAULT.-Edward Miller, col?
ored, who assaulted Joe Green, a colored carpenter
liviug iu Chalmers-street, on Moreland':; wharf, on
Saturday last, was fiuo:l S10 ni the Mayor's Court
COLONNADE Row, QUEEN-STREET. -Thia era
tire row of substantial buildings, forming au impos?
ing Wo.k, have been thoroughly repaired and yel?
low washed, and now presents a very respectable
BOISTEROUS WEATHER.-Ni?kt before Inst a
heavy rain fell, fallowed by a 6evcrc storm of wind,
which lasted the grcat.-r p;ixt of yesterday. The wa?
ters of the Cooper and Ashley Rivers were much
agitated, the shipping in ibo harbor feeling its effects
very sensibly, but without damage In the after?
noon the wind lulled, and tho weather became quito
ASSAULT WITH AN AXE.-Ncverson Wright
and Wm. Do rill alias "Chub," two colored charac?
ters well known in the upper wards, made an assault
on John Lanigan yesterday, while he was passing
"Gsbeau Row," in Charlotte-street, and attempted
to take his life with an axe. He fortunately escaped,
and immediately repaired to Magistrate Rivers and
took out a warrant for their arrest.
IN A PERILOUS SITUATION.-Yesterday, while
the storm of wind was sweepini the harbor and cap?
ping the river, a boat that had capsized when np
Ashley River floated down the bay with a colored
man on its keel vociferating wildly for he'p. He
was fortunately seen by some colored fishermen on
Moreland's wharf, who immediately pushed out i
his rescue and brough: him safely to land. Seme
time elapsed before he recovered froir. his fright.
ROBBERY AND DETECTION.-Paul Trcscott
(colored) Uviug at No. 33 A-hlcy-strcet, was robbed
some time ago of sundry articles, and could not as?
certain the whereabout! of tho property lost until
yesterday, when he saw Sam Hutson, a colore? man,
with a coat on which he had lost. Sam provcJ, how?
ever, satisfactorily, that he had bought it from Henry
Chapman (colore 1), who could not satisfactorily ac?
count for it, and was consequently apprehended, and
will have a hearing this morning.
THE GRAND SACRED ORATORIO at St. Paul's
Church will certainly take place on the evening of
the 9:h instant. It will be .'cd by Professor Eckel,
assisted by 1 rofe'sor Hoffmann and a host of talent?
ed amateurs. Tbe prjfrrammt is one of the fullest
and richest that has lately been offered to the music
loving public of our city, and it is safe to say that it
will be liberally patronized by the elite of our com?
munity. The church, st. Paul's, in which it will be
heard, is so well adapted to musical sound that each
and every strain of melody, both vocal and instru?
is m ul, will be clearly he ; rd. Read the programme
in another column.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At tho anniversary com?
munication o? Solomon's Lodge, No. 1, A. F. M.,
holden at tho Masonic Hall on Monday evening, De?
cember 7, the fellowi. g brethren were duly elected
for thc n< xt Masonic year:
Brother JOB N McLEISE, W. M.
Brother A. C. ttl ONE, S. W.
Brother W. 0. MILLER, J. W.
Brother E. THAYER, Treasurer.
Brother WILLIAM A ?TILDON, Secretary.
Brother WILLIAM E. M1LLI0-N, S. D.
Brother A. KU0EG-, J. D.
Brother V. C. fELLEBIN, ) _____ ,"
Brattier WILLIAM C. COOPER, J !5tew*rJS
Brother JOHN F. BAH , Tyler.
HOTEL ARIUTALS-December 7.-Pavilion
Hotel- Car.tain M B Crowell, Hoary Gorham, Steam?
ship Saragossa; MC Hall, Coward's Depot; Alexander
McKenzie, wife, child and nurse, Florence: R M
Gibbon, M S Canty, Clarendon; H A Towlcs, Geo W
Waterman, Enterprise, tt C.
ChirUtton Hotel - Captain J D Horsey, Steamship
Falcon; F S Haine?, wife and two childron, United
States Army; A H Waring, S C; S W Sanders, Char?
lotte; Gei W Trotter, Augusta; J W McLuny, Cam?
don ; A M Reid and wife, Miss L S Douglass Miss C
H Douglass, Florida; Miss M C Hale, Florence.
THE THEATRE.-Tho beneficiaries, John
Templeton and Alico Vane, had reason to be proud
of the reception they met hist evening; both ba tho
numbers an_ character of tho audience that greeted
them. Templeton as Doctor Pancla$s, impersonated
the pompous old quac'r most naturally. Little
Alice as "Cicely," was charming, as usual. The
whole cast in the "Heir at Law" sustained them?
selves soas to elicit hearty applause. Thc "Officers
Funeral" was sung with effect by Alice Vane, and
numerous1 encores triod to draw out II Baccio, but
failed. Kate Raymond brought down the house,
causing her Second appearance. Thc "Glance at
Now York" closed au evoaing of varied pleasure
and good entertainment To-night Mr. R. B. Sea?
brook's satirical comedietta, "Mbdt.iue," will bo
perfbrme I, foUowed by Brougham's great two act
"Musical Extravaganza." Tho troupe leaves for
Atlanta on Thursday.
PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.-Each Cay finds
mote attention given to the profitable ii.vestments
now going begging in the Southern States, and in
one particular South Carolina has already gained a
happy notoriety. In this State carly fruits and
vegetables can bo raise- which will supply thc
markets of the North, whatever thc competition
nearer home. We can put two crops of carly vege?
tables in the New York market before the Jersey
farmer can send in his first crop, and the experience
of last season showed that truck fanning, properly
conducted, must pay well. To day Leitch J: Bruns
will sell at the old postcfJaco two farms which will
givo the buyers an opportunity of (o-ting thc rich?
ness and fertility of our soil for farming and raising
vegetables. Ono of ihom ie the Fitchc's farm on the
Dorchester road, containing twenty acres of cleared
land, and but a short distance ?rom thc Accabcc
landing on tho Ashley River, The other is tl.o
highly cultivated market firm known asitcveus",
on Ashley River, within one mile of the city Umits,
crntaining thirty-three and a half acre, of whick
sixteen and a half acres aro high land. Either of
these farms m ty ba purchased to advantage, as tho
prico of real estate must soon rapidly advance.
CHOICE GREEN AKD BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson'? Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson street?. Goods delivered free.
LADIES' LCNXH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in tvciy style. Mince pie.', frc sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and choco'ate at all hours. Icc cream every?
GENUINE BREMEN LAGER BEET..-WC direct
tba attention of all lovers cf the genuine lajor, as it
is made only in Vaterland, to tho advertisement of
Messrs. Clacins& Witte, who ha\c received alargo
consignment from ?remon. per bark Janes.
LADIES 1-Fino note paper al ten cents per
qui i e and at $1, $150 and SI 25 per ream, envelopes to
matcb, toa cents per pack. Eavo your I'ibles,
Prayer Books and Albums neatly lettered with
your names, at COURTENAY'S,
Lecembor2 6 No. 9 BrJ-d-sircct
STILL MORE REMARKABLE Cunts bj Dr.
French, at South Carolina Hail. an:l at lr.? t _rlors,
at the Waverly Houie, No. 250 l?iug-street:
A CA?E OF BLINDNESS.
Mr. Wm. H. Base, re idea te Na. 1 Cau:io_-street,
was to'ally bliud in one e;. o and so nearly blind in
tho other that i,c could not read the cnarseii print or
rocognize objects with any dint?cc.'noss for thc past
three years. Af.ur tvro lrcntmc:it= by Dr. French,
can read lino print with ease; may bc referred to.
A C'.SF. l>F D_Ar>-ESS.
George W. Davis, residence corner King r.ndMary
stroet, totally deaf in otto cir, for throe years. Aficr
two treatment* by Dr. French, can hour ordinary
conversation; may bc referred to.
A CASK OF LAMENESS.
Mr. John Helfrid, residence on Laurol-strect,
lame for thc past twenty years, caused by an injury
affecting tito spine and limb. Three treatment; may
be referred to. Also many other cases of almost all
the diseases to which tbe human system is subject,
might be given, and can be seen by calling at our
parlors or the public hnll, where we dnlly prrforra
cure of all forms of disease, publi Ty a:id free, from
nine to eleven A. 51. each day. *
J E VV E E R Y !
JUST ilEC.'.iVED. A FINE ASSOKTMlvKT Ol'
GOLD AND SILVER WATOI?E>
BROOCHES AND EAR-RINGS
LEONI IXE AND VE -T CHAINS
SLEEVE ?i?lTOl.S, STUDS, ?c.
No. ?07 Kingt ree;.
December 3 tuthfl mo
/Hisrr linn tous.
Qff^fT? T0NS 0F OUR V?BY SUPEBIOB REP
OUU A.-H COAL, cg, sio\c and chestnut
sizes, now landiu?: fi om the schooner Amos Ed?
wards-a good opportunity tor consumers to loy In
their supplies fresh from tho ve?seL Also, iu yard,
White Ash, Foundrj', Steamboat and broken Coal,
and B acksmiih's Coal of the best qualitv.
For sale by H. F. BAKER k CG..
Coal Yard No. 23 Cuuiberland-slreet.
December 7 3
COTTON SEED F0?I : ALF.
DICKSON'S IMI'ROYED- THB MOST WON?
DERFULLY PUOLIFICSEED in the countrv.
Pure Zipporah, or Upland L usg staple-will pro?
duce per acre ns much as Boyd'* or Petit Gulf.
A pply lo PFIZER, RODGERS & CO.,
December 3_thstu3 charleston.
TOBACCi1 ! TOBACCO!
JUST RESPITED, A i'ON;IGNMENT OF FIVE
CHEWING TOBACCO, which wi l be sold low
if applied for immediatclr. '
HOLMES k MACBETH,
December 4 fn wi Nn. 30 Broad-street.
AURGE ASSORTMENT, AT
December 3 tustulmo KINSMAN BROS.
SHADES ! SHADES !
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TH" STATE,
at KINSMAN BE03.
December 3 tbstulmo
OLD CHAIRS AND h O FAS
December 3 thslulino KINSMAN BROS,
GKOVEit & BAKER'S
FAMILY SlWne H A CHINES
THE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPERIAL
Cross of thc Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon the representative o? ihe GROVER k BAKER
SEWING MACHINES at the Exposition Universelle,
The GRuVER k BAKER FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINED ore the only Machines ihat cnn both sew
porfectly and tmbroider perfectly.
They sew with tb re id s direct from th?, spool, and
re miro no re-winding.
Unlike other Machines, these fasten both ends of
the scam by their own operation.
Wi tb these Mochines, while silk is used upon thc
right or face-side of the seam, cotton may be used
upon the other si Ic. I hi - can bc done ou no oilier
Machine, and is a great saving upon all articles
stitched or mado up with silk
GRuVER k BAKER'S DEWING MACHINES are
sold at New York prices by
Ko. 830 KING-STREET,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE STATE OF SOUTH
December 3 thstulmo
"F?E KSABiMi ROOM,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET,
SECOND FLOOR, FRONT HALL.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN CONNECTION WITH
their ADVERTISING AGENCY, have established a
FREE READING RI)fl?,
Which will be open to the public from NINE A. M.
to SEVEN P. M. ovcry doy. A large number of ]
popers from all parts of the South, and many of tho
leading Northern, Eastern and Wo?tera cities, will
bc on nie, and in a short time English and French
papers will bc received.
WRITING MATERIALS, Ac, wilt bc at tho disposal
of any persons wishirg to transact business in thc
Thc public arc respectfully invited to make usc of
WALKEll. EVAXS & COGSWELL.
December 3 9
D V A S C E 8
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
ITO L D COTTON IN ENGL A NI),
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and othor oxpnusen
for holding are LESS than in the United States, wc
TEX CENTS PER POUND
li I D D L 1 N G S,
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging tue Eng
lish commercial rate of interest, wnich at present is
FIVE PEU CENT.
Aud hold os long as dc.-ireJ.
CLAGHORN, HERRING ? CO.,
November 13 3 mos
ni P O ll TE U S OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c,
Anti Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S COitV.-] ? k CO.
I^Goodsdelivered '.J all paris o." llioCity.
rrmE UNIVERSAL FAVOR IT IC
8 I L E ?V T
THT:~ MACHINE l-l NOW RAPIDLY TAKING
tho pkee ol all others as a FAMILY fc^VISG MA?
Byan amusement malo during n 'atc visit to
New York, I am enabled to take orde s for a-.y first
class SEWING or KS li UNG MA HINES, ?>ud
de.iver them h'-ro in to*i days. Also, SEWING'
MACHIN Us with Buttonhole AtlacbnicuU Cir?
culare aud Samples ol Se ung sent on applier.ion.
All kinds of Nordics, Tools, Ac.
Repairing done as u pu M.
Ii. B. 1IASELTOV,
November 4 wnaiSmoa
Ptn ?nabs, (gie.
HASBIS' S EA ULE S3 EID GLOVES, U,L
sizes, ii Black, Waste. Light anil Drab Color.*.
Also, t'je Lou-? Doub'n ' litton KID G LOVES, tor
evening wear. Jus: received per 1 ist steamer by
J. R. RI-AD k CO.,
Anent. :'(jr Harris' Stainless Kid Gloves.
November 19 _thsfrilmo
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
TITE ARE KOW OFFER LNG ANOTHER LOT OT
?> desirablo yi'.les ??u i colors ol single width
MIX I) POPLINS ai 3". cants per yard. Wc also in?
vite at c-nfiou to our selections ot Choice Finer Dress
Oio.dii.i IRISH POPLINS, FiiENCH MERINOS.
EMPitclSS CLOTH-, BLACK IND COLORED
SILE -. 4.... wc. J. R. RF. \D k CO.
November 19 tiistulmo
S Jri I U TINGS.
TVTEV.- YORK MILLS. WAMSGTTA, MASON*
1> VILLI', ANDUOSCOGOIN, BARTLET I', and
other tine br; ml- o; LONGCLOTH just omened, and
offciingat lue lowest market ca?h prises.
Wc invite sped tl attention to ourLONGCLOTUS,
and will pus ran tee tlie prc-s of thc s.mcto be as
low as at auv other esta: lishmcntiu tue city.
J. IL READ ft CO.
November 19 thitulmo
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
BL.V'K AND COLORED CLOIH CLOAKS IN
EVERY VARIE IY
LONG *NL> .-QUA?.: BROCHE SHAWLS
PRINTED CASHMERE SHAWLS
(UNGI E A ND DOUBLE WOOLLEN SHAWLS
LL '.CK MERINO AND THIBET bLUWLS.
CHINCniLLV CLOTH-, WHITE AND COLORS,
FOR LiDIEV CLOAKS.
For sale rheap. J. IL li ? ? D k CO.
NKVLUI'i r 19 thstulmo
HOSiEliY AND GLOVES.
LADIES' FANCY SPARKS
GFNTLEMEN'i SCA ItFS
Together with many- now aid choice novelties tn our
Fancy Goods Department.
J. R. READ k CO.
November 19 tiistulmo
II JU A P
JUST OPENED AT
STOL!,, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 2S7 AND 289 KING-STREET.
QHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN ANO KING STREETS.
WF, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
aud aro receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
tbe CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
ofl'ereJ in ibis raarkot. City es well as country buy?
ers -an save Irom fifteen to twontj-five per cent, by
buying thc r (joods hom thc above lirra.
A lot of Dress doods, lrom 2U to 25 cents per yard
B'.-st Iri-h Poplin*, from 30 to Ci) cents jier yard
Calicoes, at lu, 13jj md 15 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, fruin SI 25 up
8-1 White Table Damask, OLly SI per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 00 cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from St 25 up
A largo assortment ot White and Colored Flauuols at
very low prices
600 rair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will bc .-old from SJ up
Colored Quilts, from SI 75 lo S3
Whito Marseilles Quilt--, 10-1, 11-4, BM, from 32 50
Ladies'English Hose, without scams, from 37 to 60
Satinets, from 50 lo 75 cent?
A lurg* qantity ol the latoi-t stylo of Casslmcres, from
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from ?2 to S3 50
A variety ot.- haw.s, at C2, $2 50, S3, S3 50, $4, and $5
Brown nnd White shirline, ni 10, 12k and 13 cents
Also, fine branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear tit different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to CO cents
Tho bust French Corsets, from 75 cents to SI
Tho latest style of Felt a id st mw Hats
Trimmings, liuttuus, Ribbone, fte., at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 85c
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 5iv up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from S3.00 up
Ladioa and Mon'H Kid Gloves only Sl.UO
mj-Remember the CHEAP STORE, at tho
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wc have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
TRUNES, ftc, which will be sold at thc lowest cash
Call and examine our Slock.
CiT ENTRANCE IN CALUOUN'-STREET.
FURCHGOTT <!fc UKO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 Hmo
R E D U C E D PRICES
NEXT TH IB TI DAIS,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR SPA?
No. 270 King and 3o. (>7 Hasel
\yv WILT. SELL OUR EN 11 ti i : STOCK, WHICH
?V is complete in every department, aad pur?
chased for caeh al tilts late
AUCTIONS AND BANKRUPT SALES IN
at less than nola cwt of minuraclan: or importa?
iriiec'iil attention :J culled lo sn invoice of
INGRAIN AND DCrTCU HE21P CAR?
Which will bo sold lon-1 : clo1:.: consignments.
We respectmltr aud conQIcn'ly li.Tlto country
merchantscud our cmntry and eily fiiondstocx
arnlno our Mock before purchasing elsewhere. A
largo ?Ting guaran ;o?d. '
Mo LOY & It ? CE,
No. SOS KrVG-STKKET',0?*E li'.Ki'.'. Ki:
November lfi inn
(.^.?:i-.D<. Zrj S" LE3?ESTS, &c.
jr-T REC EiVi?D A FRESH SUPPLY O? G ARL F N
FEEDS t r vc y de:-:cri?;t?on. i| crop ls:'S. frown by
I?. LANDRETH .fc SON. Piulad.Iplita. consisting in
i an : Tn" cb ieoat variety i f C\BBtGI S, Peas,
heans, Turnip and all other ve.<!otablo scwl* planted
iu rsideuai:d field. Audio ??ore, PLOUGHS.Bar?
ro irs, CuUivatr>i s, Cora t-liellers, cora Milli ned
IL'.v Cuti.Ti*. ali by approrod mako s : S] ;u:e?,
SnoveU. F.jrk-. Rakes, ftc A iso, Willow abd Fancy
BASKETS, Stone and Wi'.iowware. And lo arrive,
ASPARAGUS Bi'OTS. r.imaloat No. 353 KING
STREET, sign of thc P'ongh. by
Lato of D. Laudreth k Co.
Docomlorl D?C tu4
BY T. M. CATE!?.
Win bp sold THIS DAY, ou Bi OTTO'S wharf, at 10
Ono assorted invoice of FRENCH CHINA TOYS.
Coudiiu.;i3 cash. December 8
BY T. M. CATER.
Will bi; sold THIS DAY, on Brown's wharf, al three
quarter'* pa>l 9 o'clock,
io hoses new l?Rt:AKFAST BACON
10 barrels New York Strips
CO tubs choice Butter
30 tubs low priced Butter
.10 lubs Lard
10 boxes choice Hams
Lot open Crockery.
Conditions cash. December 8
Bulk Meats, Hams, ,\c,
Ji? HENRY COBIA & CD.
TniS DA'S, at hil?-pas? 0 o'clock, in iroatof our
Store, will be sold,
:100 HULK SHnULD?l'.S
300 Bulk C. lt. Sides
GOO Siipriir-eu red Hams
20 hbli. Sugar
10 bags Rio CuiTec.
Conditons rash. I>cccmbcr P
S/ioulclers, Hams, Bellies. Strips, Butler, Lard,
Molasses, Sweet and irish Potatoes, ??'c., ?rc.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY", 8th inst., will bc sold in our Store, No.
137 East B:iv. at 10 o'clock,
400 SHOULDERS (SLCOND QU iLITY)
300 Ifnnis (second quality)
ii boxes Kelly Bacon
10 barrels Strips
7 barrels Pig Hara3
15 kegs Butter
15 tubs Lard
10 bar. els Molasses
13 boxes Assorted Can?y
25 bushels Yam Potatoes, in gcod order
15 barrels Irish Potatoes
200 reams Wrapping Paper, ic., ic.
Conditiors eash. December 8
/jard, Butter, Strips, tj-c.
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
In front of their Store, No. 30 Vendue Bange, THIS
DAY, at half-past li o'clock,
50 kegs and tubs BU Ti ER
25 tubs Lard
fit 0 S. C. Strips
1000 Canvased Hams
10 drum-. CodOsb
Sugar, Coffee aud Flour, December 8
\'Bn/}Gooats, Ha's, &c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS HORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
Stoic, corner of Kmc and Liberty strcots,
AN ASS?RTMFN L OF DRY GOODS,
Pieces MADDER PRINTS, Empress Cloth, Plain,
Striped and Figured Poplin, tied and White Flan,
ncl. Satinet, Kentucky Jean, ic.
Dozens Gents' All-Wool Shawls, Ladies' Long
and Square All-Wool Shawls, Balmoral skirts, Bel
knap, Jean and L. B. Shirts, Ladies' and Gents' Cot?
ton and Wool Hosiery, Madras Handkerchiefs, Me?
tal, Bono and Flexible Buttons, Pocket and Table
20 coses (120 dozon) MENS' AND BOY?' WOOL
Strips, Hams, Shoulders, j*c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY. in front of their Store, at hilf
post 9 o'clock,
5000pound* CBOICB STRIPS
400 Choice N. Y. Pig Ham*
400 Sugar-cured Shoulders
25 bbl?. Sugar
30 bbls. Extra Flour. Decomber 8
Contents of Grocer;/ Store Southwest corner
Amherst and Nassau streets.
BY JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold on FRIDAY, 11th instant, at tbr> above
The contents cf a well selected GROCERY STORE,
consisting o! a fine assortment of Groceries, Crock?
The store will Qr.- t be offt-red in a lump, and if not
disposed ot will be retailed.
N. B.-The above storo can be treatod lor at pri?
December 7 mtuthfl
Shoulders and Flour.
BY J. A. EN SLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 8th instont, at 10 o'clock, before our
Storo, No. 82 East Bay, will be sold,
5 boxe? SHOULDERS
2 tiercc.A Shoulders
6 bbls. Fino Flour
11 bbl*. Middling Flour. December 8
On Account of Underwriters and all Concern?
ed-Ft our, Coffee and Pepper.
BY J. A. LNSLOW & CO.
On THURSDAY MORNING, 10th instant, at 10
o'clock, will bo Fold, for account of Underwriters
and all concerned, at Palmetto wharf stores,
30 bbls. FLOU lt
3 tierces Rio Coffuo
2 sacks Pepper.
Daniagod on the voyago of importation to this
port. December 8
Boots, Brogans, Gaiters, Balmorals, $c.
BY N, HUNT & SON.
TO-MORROW, tho Otb injtant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we wdl sell, for
100 cases Assorted BOOTS, SHOE1*, Brogans, Bal?
morals, Gai'ors, ic.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's BOOTS, ic.
A few Suits of OIL CLoTHINO, Pants, Jackets and
Huts. December 8
(?l0ti)iiig and /urnisln'ng (Enabs.
ESTABLISHED IN 1813.
O. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Gent's l'outlis' niid Freedmen's
AT TUE OLD STAND,
Nc. 3t."> King-Vt., Opposite Sociciy-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM THIS DATE TO
offer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own ?election, and manufactured by our?
selves in Charleston.
As .-?gards quality ind style, we arc confident our
Goods will compare favorably in every respect with
any House in Ihe Southern Country, both for cheap?
ness and durability. Wc have also a large stock of
3Ie?r.s Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends aud Dm cr patrons, and to thc
Trade ia general, we extend a cordial invitation to
examine our stuck, and solicit their on'ers.
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 to S -100
L'OLOHEDCASSI MERE TANI'S.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANTS.3 00 to 4 r,0
BLACK CASSIA'ERE PANIS ... .5 00 to 10 00
BOFS PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
BOYVf SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
COLOREO SATINE! SACKS .. .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIiTEBE SACKS.8 00 to IC 00
BLACK CLO 1 11 FROCK COATS.7 00 lo 28 00
COLORED CASSI MERE VESTS.2 00 to (J CO
OVERCOATS AND SACKS.SOO to 20 OJ
Tho Genuine SI AR BRAND S?URT always o:i
DRAWERS OF Al L GRADES, -:1 50 io 53.
MERINO SHIRTS, il CU to .*2 00.
Our terms aro CASH, ot city acceptait?.
November il Ino
RS. M . - . 5"- . - N o v:,
K?, :!,H KING-STREET,
I h ::*: I' band a full Stadl c." 0? ./-.v.-'-.i
I LATEST S'lYLr.S ?Sf
\VQ]? or ?LL?i?VyUff
& Jft GOODS, including (ft.|*tf
I DRESS TRIMMINGS, Madame DEM GUEST'S PA
PER r.ATTI RN?, icc.
DRESS MAKING attended li cs wuaL
Thc attention of tho ladies is respectfully invited.
November 28 stuthlmo
Large and Attractive Sale of Dry Good?, Wor?
sted Goods, and fine Felt Hats-On account
BY JOHtf G. MTLNOR & Cf?.
THIS DAT, fllh inr-tant, at IO o'clock, we will sell,
at our Auction Sa'esroom, No. 135 Mee'.ing-strcet,
oa account of Manufacture s,
4 CASES. 21 DOZEN FIKE BLACK AND F BENCH
BROWN FELT BATS
2 cafes, 12 dozen, Boy's FcT Bats
Large and desirable invoices ot Dry Goods, Just
received per steamships Charleston -ind Champion,
CONSI.STTXG D.' PAKT OF :
Black Broadcloth, Fancy and Black Cassimeres
and .satinet*. Black Melton?) and Beaver Cloth. Fancy
Silk Mixed Cas'lmercs, Black Doeskins, Kentucky
Jeans, Heavy 'J weeds, Opera Flannels, Wh cc Flan?
nels. Fancy Plaid Shawls, Brown end White Blan?
kets, Linen Cambric H. s. UdGf.s., Mad na and
French Hnndko'chiefs, Hickory an 1 Bc'uiip Shirts,
kc, Al.-o, an invoice of Worsted Goods :
CONSISTING OF :
Women's Kn bias, Children's Cloaks. Breakfast
sh. wh", Sontjgs, Comforts and Ladles'Velvet mots,
ALSO, CX ACCOUNT OF CXDERWrtirEES AND ALL COX
One case aworted Clothing
10 pieces Fancy Prints
Bundles Sieves, and cases Cotton Cards.
Conditions cash. December S
Ftne Embroidered Gored Skirts.
BY JO?N O. MILINOH & CO.
THIS DAY, 8th instant, at 10 o'clock, we wiil sell, at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Mccting-streot,
3 dozen MX I RA FELT EMBROIDERED GORED
1 dozen Cloth Embroidered Oored Skirts
2 dozen Hig'.i Colored Wool Balmoral?.
Conditions cash. December 8
Sale continued-Mills House Furniture Sale
In Bankruptcy, and .told hu order of Court.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, the 0th inst., o'. half-pa?t 10 o'clock,
wc will contiu ue the sale
Of above FURNI ? URE, commencing on the second
floor, which consists of the Ladies' Parlors and Bri?
dal Chamber Rooms, being handsomest Furniture in
Persons who have boueht at previous Sales are
urged to call for theil purchases This Day (luosday),
at tho Mill:*. House, and settle their bills and take
away their purchases. E. W M ARSHALL,
Assignee Estato of Joseph Purcell.
A Desirable Residence on Broad street at
BY LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
No. 2G Broad-strcct.
WiB bc sjld THIS DAY, 8th December, at li
o'clock, at tho Uld Post?me*-,
That BRICK RESIDENCE on thc North side of
Broad-street, known as No. 06. Tho house contains
six rooms, pantrio-, wash room, kc, a good cistern.
All nt cessary outbuildings on the premises. The
first fio:>r has been used as a doctor's office, and will
briua good rent. Lot 34 b.v 134 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. fmtu3 December 8
Valuable Lot of Land, Corner of Hasel and
Concord streets, at Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH.
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by the
Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge ol thc United states
District Court tor the Dii-tric-t of Sruth Carolina, I
will offer for sale, at public anc'.ion, a' thc Old
PoBtofll :e, foot ol' Bread-street, on FRILAY, De?
cember ll. 18CS. at lt o'clock A. M.,
Ail that LOT UF L AND, situitcd on the corner of
Hasel and Concor 1 streets, ia the City of Charleston,
measuring in frcnt on Hasel street one hundred and
fifty (150) feet, and on Csnconl-street one hundred
anti lorty (140) font, buttinz and lounding south on
Has'il-strcct, cast on Concord-street, north on the
canal reserved for this lot, and west on lands late of
W. P. Russell, together with the privilege of using
thc said canal attendant on this lot of land.
Terms-One-third cash; balance ia two canal an?
nual instalments, to be secured by bond of purchas?
er, bearing inter.st from day of salo, and a mortgage
upon 'he premiso3. Purchaser ?<-. nay for papers and
stampts. LOUIS McLiIN,
Assignee of W. P. Russell and Whirton k PelscL.
November 28 sthtu6 tl
UNDER DECREE IN E til'IT Y.
Mood vs. Quintin.
On THURSDAY, the 31st December, at ll o'clock,
will bc sold, near the OM Cus.-omhonsc,
All that LO T OF LAND, with thc Buildings there?
on, situate on the cast sido of Norman sheet, Upper
Wards ot this city, marked No. 7 ou a plat of R. K.
Payne, daU*d 19th April, 1852, and recorded in the
o?iee of Register Ileane Conveyance, office Charles?
ton Dis'rict, measuring in Loni on sala street40
feet, and in depth 100 feet, moro or less. Bounding
Wis'on Noimin-ittcc', north on Lot No. 9, easton
Lot No. 8, and south on Lots Nos. 45 and 4G on the
above named plat
Terms-One-third cash; bataneo in ono at.dtwo
years, tho credit portion to bc secured by bond and
mortgage of the pivni'sot; tho buildings to bc insur?
ed and kept insured aud the policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay lor papers and stamps.
J. W. OKAY.
Doci-raYrS tulthl Masterin Equitr.
UNDHIi DECK EE IB EQUITY.
Keeler vs. Hey ward.
On TUEsDAY, the 22d December, at ll o'clock, wil
bc sold at the Old Customhouse,
All those two PLANTATIO.N3 commonly called
Livingston and Bugbeo, sit?ale on the routh side of |
Asbepoo River, in St Bartholomew's Parish, Colle
ton District, containing C20 acres of Swamp Land,
moro or less, and 415 acres ol' Bi^h Land, more or
less, according to a lute survey thereof made by Jno.
A. Michel, Surveyor; bounding north on the Oaks
plantation aad Ashepoo Uiver; south on Labs Crock
and Fell Farm phntaiion, belonging to James M.
Rhett; west on Fell Farm and Frasor back water
canal, and east ou Aebcpoo River.
All that 9T-UP OF LAND, reserved by R. B.RhPtt
in his conveyance ot the Fell Farm plantation to Jas.
F. Rhett, for ho purpose of mak ng a road through
the said Fell Farm plantation, tor tho uso of the Liv?
ingston and Bugbec plantations, consisting of 50 feet
of Laud in width from the point designated in tho
plat aforesaid, and oo the Fell Farm plat, to the pub?
lic Ashepoo Neck road.
Terms-1 nc third cash; balance ou a credit of ono,
two and three years, with interost payable annually,
to bo secured by boud of tbe purchaser and mort
KS.-.o of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay lor pa?
pers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY, Ma?tcr iu Equity.
Doccmber 1 tu4
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gatewood vs. O' Donnell.
On TUESDAY, thc 15th December, at ll o'clock, will
bo so d al tho Old Customhouse,
All that LO 1 OF LAND, with thc th-c:-slory brick
Dwelling Hou c ami Other buildings there -n, situate
ou thc north fide of Traddstrcct. the fourth lot east
cf the corner ut' church-street, measuring in front
on Tradd-strtet 25 lect, and in de;, th C5 feet, bc the
said tliuiausions more or k-si.
Terms-One-third cash, and thc balance payable,
with interest annually, in -hreo equal sui-ceisive
aunual instalments, secured by bund or howls of
thc purchaser, and mortgage of thc premisos; the
building i to bo insured and the policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay ;or papers and stamp?.
J. ff. QUAY,
November 2-?, tn4 Master in Equity.
U A DE lt DEC KEE IN EQUITY.
Sires vs. Lockwood. *
On TUESDAY, thc 8th December next, at ll o'clock,
will b : sohl at the Old Cu'tonihousc,
All that LUT OF LAND on St. Fbilip-sirest, in this
cit.-, with the Buildings thereon, koown in ? turvey
of thc Marion Lauds, hy lt K. Payne, ?is Lot No. 15,
measuring in front on taid street 31 (ort; the samo
ou the back lit c; 293 iee; on the south line, ami 209
f ct ou the north line; iMUUding north on lo: No. 14;
west on Lots Nos. 4 and 5.
All that other LOT adjoining t' c ?bore and i-oiith
ct it, known as Lot No. !.'., ni -asiuiug in tiout on
st. Phihp-S>'reot 35 fi ot, on tho na.'k lino 94 feat, and
on the north and s ruth 1 n-s each 2i;S f.-c:; bounding
west ou Lot . u. 5. sn..tli on lot ol Ii v. Ur. Capers,
as par pict '..' ll. K. L'ayuc.
Terms-One- hird cash; balance in one and two
years, seenwd by bond of the purchaser atv! mort?
gage ol' Ibo pn >?>cs willi Interest at 7 per ceut. per
Buunm, payable anuna ly; ile buildings to beinsur
i.j and po'Jcj assigned t.. thj Muster. Porcluwer to
pay for papers ano shun; H.
J. W. G rt AY, Mailer in Equity.
November 17 tu4
UNDEK DECREE IN EQ,U1TY
Rigg* cs. Foote.
On TUESDAY, th.i 15th Dec .Tiber next, al ll o'clock,
will bc sold JI the Ohl i'uatomliouse,
AU I bat 1.0 T OF LAND, situate ou Hie south side
of Queen<etreot iu th s city; mea-uri og lu front on
>aid strc-15:) feet: on the esst lise43 leet 8 inches;
ou the south liue SO feet, and on the ue t Hue38 feet
;> iuehc. Bounding to thu north on Queen si reel;
ration lol of tho Fire En.inc Company; southon
lau i late of [?aar Garrett, decei ."), rind \ve--t on lum:
TI iw or lats of John H. Uennekcr.
Terms-One-third cam; bilanoo by thc bond or
bends of thc purchaser, payable in t'iroo '-au-.l an
rual Instalment . w.th haere t frc in tuc <-'ay of oal .,
payable annually until thc whole debt bo pa d. amt
mortgage of thc premises so! I. Purchaser to pay fur
papers and c- am\s. J. W. GRAY,
November 21 ' lu4 Mashr in Equity.
pouts, Si)0f!>S @tr.
l B U lt
B O OTMAKE vi.
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARG ti ?KSOHvMENT
OiGKN IS' BOO ITS, GAIT! KS ami SHO-S ot'tho
latest styles anti best male, cheap for caab, ut No.
Boots and BhQCMfladc to order at tho shoi I est no
lice. ^si/KttW thstulmj Decembers
Underti ri'ers' Sale-Stii/s
BY R. & A. P. ( ALBWEI!.
THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 8Jh it.et., will be sold
bet?re our store, at hall-past 3 o'clock, on account
of the underwriters aud"all c ncrra.'d,
Three bose? New York SI HIPS, damaged on board
ste . mer Key West on her passage from New York to
Conditions casi'. December 8
Underwriters' Sale-Damaged Flour.
BY ?>. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY' (Tuesday), thc 8th inst., will be sold
at haif-pa?t 10 o'clock, :it our warehouse, No. -
Chalmers-?treet, on account of the underwriters
and all concerned,
?0 bbl?. FAMILY FLOUT!, \ Charleston
101 bbl*. Extra Flour, ) Iusp ??on.
Damaged on board steamer Key West, cn her pas
sasc from New York to thi? port,
conditions ca-ih ou delivery.
Underwriter's Sale-Strips, Dams, Shoulders,
Tongues, and Smoked Beef.
BY LA UREY k ALEXANDER*
TOTS DAY", the S:h instant, will bc sold, before
our store. No. 137 Knst Bay, at 10 o'clock, on ac?
count of the Underwriter! ?ndail concerned,
? boxc-i NEW YOUR SUGAR-CURED S?IUPS
2 tierces Ham?
2 hhds. Shoulders
1 box Tongues
2 tierces Smoked Beef
1 bbl. Strips
2 bbls. Bacon Necks.
Damaged on board steamer-, on her voy?
age from New York, to this port.
Conditions cash. December 8
Large Market Farm, forty-six acres, on jJor
chestcr Road, three and a half mile* above
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at aueUon, THI3 DKY 8th inst, at
the Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock,
That large FABM on Dorchester Rood, known as
FITCHES' FABM, adjoining lands of Cherrel, Pur?
cell and Stol ey. Said farm contains some twenty
acres cleared land, and but a short distance from
Accabee Public Landing, Ashley River.
Terms-Half cash; balance in one and two years,
with interest. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
Brick Store and Dwelling in Market-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Auction, at the Old Postoffice, at ll
o'cloik.THiS DAV, 8th instant.
That THR-E STORY" BRICK BUILDING, on the
north side of Market-street, known as No. 18, used
and occupied as a fr tore and Dwelling.
Lot measures twenty ieet front on Market-street,,
by 55 feet deep, more or lesa.
Terms-One-third casb; balance payable in one and
two years, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage, with policy of insuranc t assigned. Purchaser
to pay us fur papers and stamps.
Desirable Investment at the Corner of Eliza
beth and Mary streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Wiil be sold at Auction, THIS DAY, 8lh inst,,
at ll o'clock, at thc Old Postofflce,
That desirable TWO STORr WOODEN HOUSE
and extensive outbuildings, suitable 'or a Grocery
Store, situated ot tuc corner of Elizibeth and Mary
streets, measuring iu front 33 feet by loo in depth,
more or les?.
Terms-One-half cash; bal tuce In twelve months,
with interest, secured by bond and mor.gage; prep
cTtv to bc insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay for papers and stamps. December 8
Market Garden Farm at Auition.
W. Y. LEITCH ? R. S. BI?UNS,
Will be sold at auction, at tbe Old Postoffice, at ll
o'clock, THIS D AY, 8th inst.,
That desirable and highlv cultivated MARKET
FARM, within one mile of the city limits and situ?
ated on the Ashley River, kuown os stevens' Farm,
containing 33^ acres, of which 16J? acres is high
land and 17 ot marsh.
A plat of this property can bc soon at our Office,
No. 35 Broad-street
Terms-One-th'rd cash ; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mortgage
of the property. Purchaser to ray us forpapers and,
stamps. December 8
Two Small Dwellings in Upper Wards.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction, at thc Old Postoffice, at ll
o'clock, THIS DAY, 8th instant,
That small and desirable DWELLING HOUSE,
situated ot the corner of America ind Blake-stre'ts,
containing four rooms and outbuddinga. Lot mea?
sures 30 by 45 feet, more or leis.
The TWO-STORY WOODEN BESIDENCE adjoin?
ing, and known os No 12 Blake street House con?
tains four rooms, and oe pessary oubuildiugs on the
premises. Lot measures 30 br 13 feet, moro or les?.
'i erms-One-half cas'i ; b-tlnnco payable ia twelve
months, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage, with policy of insurance assigned. Purchasers
to pay us for papers aud>?taiups.
Desirable Small Dwellings at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at the Did Postoffire, at auction,
TB IS DAY, 8th instant, at ll o'clock.
That small and desirable STOKE and DWELLING
situated in Line-street, No. 28. four d tors west of
King-street House tontains four rooms, and on
thc premises are a good kitchen and wcU of water.
Lot measures 30 by 145 feet, more or loss.
That new wooden DWELLING sitrhM at No. 2
Aiken-sirei t, W.trd No. 7. H>>use co itains four
square and two attic room* and pantry. On the
premises aro small kitchen and well ol wjter. Tut?
situation of both of those houses to the workshops of
the South Carolina Railroad, r ud.-rs them desirab'o
for dwellings or for investments.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in twelve months
with interest, secured by bond and ni r-gage of tho
property with policies of imuraneo assigned. Pur?
chaser-' to pay us for papers and stamps.
Residences No. 4 Inspection-street and No. 5
W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS,
Will bc so'd st Auction, at thc Old Postoffice,
THIS DAY', 8th Dtc.-mber, at ll o'clock,
That desirable two aud a ha f ?to y WOOOEN
RESIDEN' E, with 6lale roof, known as No. 4 In
speetiOL-3trcct, north ?tide, ono do T west of ~.3n
cord-strr-et outlining sis square and two attic
rooms, cistern, ga?, and also a good kitchen.
Lot maasurcs 40 by 7G feet, n ore or less.
That finely locatol WOODEN EKSIDENCF.
kuown as No. 5 Laureus-streef. south side, oaposite
Middlc-strrcr, with tia roof jud brick kitchen; imus-,
contains ten roomi with gas. On tbe premises are
a cistern und well ofg"iJ.l water.
Lot measures 43 feet C inches front, by 47 f ot 4
inches iu d pih, mote or loss.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelvo month?,
with interest, secured l) bond an-I mortua^i of tho
properly; property ti bc in-ured and pulioy af sign?
ed. Purchasers tb iu.. u< for papers and stamps
Jturttonccrs' Urinate Salea.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES.
At Private Salo
A large TURPENTINE STILL and appurienaaces.
Apply at No. 50 BROAD-STREE t.
December 8 Inthsj
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
Heal Estate Ag't.ts, No. 50 Eroail-strect.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of .? supt-nor quality, on
deep water navigation ana health} locations Ai the
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS In
aU parts or thc slate.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 3 3rr.os.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
First-class liolel.C>'J Pc* Day.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
HAVING A'ST/WEP THE M \N VG ?3IKNT OF
this House, respectfully j-olici's a shari ot pu*j!ie pa,
.'r< r Omnibus to ard from tho Bc cl.
November 13_ Trnt
CM IL3IOU HOUSE,
Kill K LA ?VD ? ? CO-, Proprietors.
April 27 ly?