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THE DAILY NEWS.
?j- LARGEST CITOOT..VnON.-THE DAILY
SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR
OCLUIOS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTEUS REMAIN
?Nt. IN CUE POSTOl-iTCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
. CONS OF THE NEW POSTOFiTCE LAW.
A VCT10N SALES HUS JJ A Y.
\\ lUUAM MOKAT will sell, at 16 o'clock, af his
-aWroom, Mcctiug-stroet, lurnituro ot a family.
CASH IS ADVAXCE.-On and after to-morrow,
tito lStb Instant, thc payment of subscriptions in
advance by all tho subscribers of THE NEWS
*-??? \.* rigidly enforced, and tho paper will not bo
sent to any ooo nnloss it bas been paid for. 1 o this
ruh- ibero w.dl be no exception.
Persons whose stay in the city is to be short, or
who for any other reason may not be disposed to
pay tho subscription in advance, can avail them
?wlves of our weekly delivery and coUection system,
and receivo the paper at the rate of fifteen cents a
SNOW LN ma UP-COUNTBY.-The up-country
papers aU mention a heavy snow on Friday last-the
first snow of the reaeoa.
REFBESHHENTS, and all contributions for the
approaching fair of the Widows' Home, will be thank?
fully received at Mrs. M. A. Snowdan's residence,
Church-street, below Atlantic-street
FALSE ALABSL-Tho alarm of fire at Mr.
Clancy's establishment on Friday nigai was occa?
sioned by amoks which issued from'ho stove, into
which a small piece of rope had been thrown.
Cm- STOCK.-Li>te on Saturday a sale of city
stock was effected at sixty per cent, being a further
advanc" du. in- the day of throe or fem per cent
This slock sold a month ago at forty per cent.
DEBOW'S REVIEW.-This popular monthly
has mado another chance of base, and is now pub?
lished in New Urlcans. Ibe December number con?
tains a variety of interesting reading matter.
LITTLE TOM THTJMB_This distinguished in?
dividual, with his wife and several small frieads, aro
expected to arrive in this city on Monday next, and
to exhibit their diminutive forms to the wondering
fraze of as m :ny people a3 can obtain cece's to Hi?
SHOBT OF SUPPLIES.-The schooner George
H. Rodgers, of Nantucket, seventeen days out, from
the island or Ruataa, bound to New York with a car?
go of cocoanut*, put into this port on Saturday after?
noon to obtain fresh supplies, and allow the super?
cargo to continue ibo journey North by railroad.
THE SOUTH CABOLINA DELEGATION IN WASH?
INGTON.-A Washington letter says t "Senater Rob
jr erteon is herc with bia family, and nicely located.
Congressmen Whitemore and Bowen are at the Sea?
ton House. Congressman Goss is also hore, and
Corloy has returned from a lengthy trip North and
R?C?SDi.va MOBTGAGES.-An act hos paseod
the Legislature of this State, repealing so auch of
thc act of 1813 as required mortgages of personal
property, made in Charleston County, to be recorded
in thc office of the Si cretary of State. Mortgages of
person -1 property in Charleston County will here?
after bo recorded as in othor counties.
KAL?HA MILLS EOE SALE.-WO direct atten?
tion to an advortisemon'. in this da) 's paper of the
salo of tho Kalmia Mills property. AF this properly
will bc of immense value heroafter, and as the tem s
of sale are, we presume, mach below the actual cost,
those who have money to invest wonld do weU to
investigate the advantages offered in this cale.
NOT TBUE.-A roport is going the rounds
of the Northern pipers that the death of a gentlerran
in New York was caused by contractirg fever while
travelling through the lower Southern States ia rail?
road cars. Medical men say it is impossible to cen
- tract f -vor under such circumstances, and further,
that the statement is doubtless made to iterfer* with
transit In this direction, and divert Northern capital
from coming her*.
GENUINE GEBHAN LAOEB.-lt is not often
that our German friends have the opportunity to
. -quaff the ge raino Riger beor, ai it is made in tho
' Vat riane!, bat an. importation hythe Bremtn birk
Gati3s has given them that priv?ioje. ?ur neigh?
bors, Messrs. Claoia* k Vr ute, have on sale at very
reasonablo prices a large quantity, bottled and in
demijohn?, which they guarsnteo to be pure and
genuine, and ice guitrantae to be delicious. Try it
THE COLD WEATHER.-For three days past
-wc have had remarkably cold weather for this lati?
tud". Icc upon the st reo ts has become a familiar
sight, and fresen milk common at breakfast. Even
he salt wator ponds have been frozen over, and it is
reported that there was seme enow on the Neck on
Friday. This weather is quite a contrast to that of
Ihr same time last winter, when the grass wai creen
and there was thunder and lightning instead ot
VALUABLE CLEABAJJCE.-Mc3srs. Street
Crothers k Co. cleared on Saturday for Liverpool the
British ship N. Moaner, Captain Mo3her, for Livor
roo!, with tho following heavy cargo : il bags of
sci island cotton, 2800 bales upland cott.ni, 300 b Ir?
rels rosin, 311 bags -otton soad. Total weight 1.3C3,
?il? pounds, lota! value $293,003, This cargo
shows a decided increase in weight ovor what the
same vesnel look from Now Orleans, and sneaks
well for tie- good work of tile stevedore, CapLiu
THE WIDOW'S HOME FAIB.-Thc fair for Hie?
ben? Ut of th? Widows' H a t o will opon tomorrow
uight ut tho Home, in Bread-street. This inst ration
is not only a popu'ar and deserving, but it ls a fash?
ionable charity, and a large crowd may bo expected
at the fair. The f..ir held for the some purpose last
year waa a Ricat success, and ai ibo lady managers
i f tho Widows' Uom.9 always succeed in whalover
they undertake, it is certain thai ihis fair will be
equally g od. If you would yoe thc lair in ail its
splendor, rocure you.- ticketa to-day and go early to?
rn ono.v nigh'.
HOTEL AEEIVALS-December 12 and 13_
Pavilion Hotel.- J N Talbert, Ni; ety-six, S C; Jce-e
J Neales, Now York; P S Wotsharu, Gourdm's; C C
Dubo3e, St Joline: J U Foll, Christ Church Parish; J
G Hc\ward, Jr, Aiken, S C; Mr A Haight and lady,
New York; li J Singleton, Newbery, S C; B H Mor.
me?, Greenwood. KC; HP Whipple, New York; W J
StevcuH-an. I hiladelphia; W B Worsham. Mr E W
Bird and lady, Cooror River; R L Gentry, Augu-ta;
J Norris, Udea, NY; LO Tulls. New Tork; S H
Hctderacii, Florida; H Bacon, Ohio; George Has?
kell, John M Spalding, Newburyport; George A Lse,
Brunswick, Ga ; O S Jo tes aed two sons, R Jones,
?I W Friday, Mr llogo, Flo Lb; RU Draper, Corde?
vi??o, S C
Charleston Hotel, Deeauiber li and 13 - George T
Rodger?, W ll Thompson, New York ; Samuel Maras,
Baltimore; Thomas J Mead. Riulanond; Colonel Ii
Weldon, George 8 Ryon, South Carolina; T J Kin?
sella. Chicago; C H Ardeseos, -aratoga, N Y; Henry
Foster, Wm Foster, Clifften, Now York; Elihu
Phiiincy, Cooperstown; Otorgo H Bradley and lady,
Bordent-wu, Miss T E Whitaker, Phconiivillc,
S C; Charles Mooro, Livorp'iol, En glan ; W R DuT,
New York; N P tivnio, Pit'sbarg; SC Brnos, New
York;ThomwJ M.bony, F A Enstes, T C Wilson,
Beaufort; ? J Town3eu 1, Bianettsvih John Chad?
wick Wadmalaw: W 0 Corrie, Oity;E Harwood and
lady, Cineinnat'; U B Nant, Greenvale and Colum?
bia Railroad; ( bas F Jacobin?, Now York; I B
8mlib, Philadelphia; Goo P lewis, Philadelphia;
Samuel F Fisher, Ph ladelphia; T WColo, Philadel?
phia; John L Cantwell, Wilmington, N C; SH
Pendleton, New York; Edmund W Boye, London,
Zag; 8 H B Morryman. Baltimore; C H Reid
and sister* New York; O H Campbell, New York; J
B PoUinUt, ?arengo County, K Y; H Lochnls, Lon?
don; W fl Maboy. Florida; H P Whipple, New York.
ANOTHER SOUTH CAROLINA CADET.-IC ia
?tated that Mr. Mirria Styles Parker, > on of the
State Treasurer, bas received au appointment to a
military cadetship at West Point.
CLUBS AND STABS.-A colored man was ar?
rested on King-street on SaturJay, on suspicion of
tryi?g to rob the wagon of L. Suttou, who had stop?
ped at a store near by for a few minutes.
Thomas Hollinan, colored, robbed W. T. Shrews"
bary's pen in President-street ol' ha'f a beef on s"nt
urdoy, and it was afterwards fi und in possession of
Edward Hempier, who wa< arrested lor having tho
stolen property in his house. HoUman and Hem
pier w'll both be arraigned this morning at the May?
A number of persons were reported on Saturday
for not allowing the ch'mney sweeping couirac'.ors
to cloan their chimneys iu accordance with muni?
The colored boy who stole the loose bra s from
thc South Carolina Railroad on Friday, was sent lo
the House of Correctiou tor ten days on Saturday.
The rrcmisesof Mr. Allston iu savage-street were
ente:ed on Friday nifcht l-istaLdrobb. il o: a lot of
There is a eily ordin?r co prohibiting goats going
astray in thc public stree-s. On Saturday an owner
of three Cno ones had to forfeit ?hem fO.' not keeling
Harris Lewis was arrestod on Saturday lor larceny of
clothing and longclolh from Mr. s- anlou i;. Meet?
ing street ou Saturday.
George Foster for being druuk ; ud disorderly on
the public streets.
Henry Snipes for rioting in F.IHjtt-atreet
Lucinda Wilhams for trcspasring cn thc picnris?a
of Mrs. Dobson, Smith's Lane.
The chimney of Mr. Edward Logan, No. TS i"r_dd
street, was on fire at eight o'clock Satin day morning
last; it was soon put out, end the occupant ol thc
house reported Tor having a foul chimney.
REPORTER'S CRUMBS.-Walhalla sends at
least fifty barrels of apples wee' ly to Charleston.
Thirty thousand Florida oranges are sold in our
eily every week.
t floris are being made to establish regular com?
munication with. Cubi and other tropical regions,
which supply us with fruits.
Harry Howard, a groom in the omploy o'Dan i'as
tello's troupe, is at the Roper Hospital, having been
severely kicked by a black marc ridden by Madam
Molly Woods, a notorious pnbHc character, com?
mitted suicide last week by taking poDou
Mr. Wm. Moran is engaged i 1 movi g a two-Story
wooden house from the Sou'.h Caro'iua Railroad
yard, llirough M cori: g-street >o Charlotte, where it
will be located.
Mr. H. Hoiison i? at thc Charleston Ho cl. He
comes here to exhibit a new and valuable improve?
ment in tho Marvin combien on lock.
Hie tame deer cf tho City Park pays regular visits
to the chapol in Quecn-strcct every sunday. He
walked up the aisle yesterday, and took his place in
one of tho pews beside a lady.
A colored man was run ovaron Satcrday at'.crnoon
by a horse and buggy at tho corner of Kiu-: and
Wentworth streets, but escaped with .-lishe it jury.
The residents of Savage-street state th it there are
three lamp post* in thu street and no l im.is. Thc
street is very dark and needs light
Mr. A. Haigh', tho agei-t of Stone & Murray's Cir?
cus, reached the city yesterday, and is staying al thc
Tho repairs to Boyce tc Co.'s wharf h wa bcea
completed, and that valuable property put iu due
condition fer the accommodation ot thc Liverpool
and charleston linc of steamships.
THE NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE-HIJ RECORD.
Tho HOB. R. B. Carpenter, who was elected on Tues?
day last by the General Assembly Judge of the First
or Charleston Circuit waa boiu in Ken lucky, and
read law with the late Unite J States Senator James
J. Morehead. He was admitted to prectice in thc
appellste and inferior courts of the S atc of Kentucky
i i 18-17. In 1851 Judge Carpenter, after a long and
sharp contest, was cUctod Attorney for tho Com?
mon wei: th. In 13C3 bc was of counsol f r the S ate
in tho ereat case nf tho State vs. Matthew
F. Ward for the mnrJor of Piofessor
Butler. Ia this caso he Tax oppased to a
bar of '<u*h mon ai Marshall, Crittenden, Winter
Smith and Governor Helm, and won a reputation
whick priced him as a counsel lawyer and advocate
in the iront rank ef the Baa- of the State. In 1833
Judgo Carpenter was elected attorney of the Chica?
go, Alton and St Louis Railroad Company, and re?
moved to Chicago, whero he lived som e years. From
1856 to 1853 he served as diaburs ng agent of tho
United States at Chic iga, to which position hs was
appoir.iod by Mr. Guthrie, then Secretary of the
Trea-rury. Judgo Carpanter then returned v-itb hi?
faro ly to Kentucky, bat practiced law in Ark mass
uni 1 the breaking ont of the war. His pro?
les.'ional career in Arkansas was marked by nany
sac cesses gained in the face of g: eat obstacles, and
he Smiii?Si3*d throughout thc eminent reputation
which he had acquired in his native State. Judge
Carpenter served in thc- ULited stairs army for a
short tims, returning to civil lifo in August, ISO,
upon being again e'ected Attorney for thc Common?
wealth of the i late of Kentucky. Ibis position he
fltled with credit fer four years, when he resignen,
and was appointed ono ei the Jud-es ol the Suprema
Court fer tho Territory cf Ida'ao, which appointment
he declined to accept Ha then cama to Charles?
ton, whero, upon tho reemmcudation and by
the suppott ot the loading members of the bar,
bo waa appoi-atcd Registrar ia Bankruptcy. In
this position Judga Carpenter sh-wnd h'mself to be
a man of unliring business energy a3 well as an able
and sagacioua lawyer; and tho fjcEity with which
ho dt-posrd of the mass of work which devolved
upon him wai equal to tho research aad legal knowl?
edge of his decisions u;-on this . iiA.-u't questlous
which were frequently submitted lo h im. Person?
ally Judge Carpenter !s popular willi thc bar and
tho citizens at large; and hla past regard justifica
thc bcliof that bc will, by his industry, impartiality,
and learning, worthily fill tho high and Important
office to which he is now eloped.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT for youth
Caro'ina, Hon. George S. Bryan, District Ju 'gc.
presiding,-Columbia, December ll:
Inquiry Docket.-In tho following casca (he Judge,
under the Ida ru'.o of Court. deeie-.i for plaintiffs,
Hall, Druckle A: ~o. VS, John F. W. DeLorme.
Haynesworth & Fraser, plaintdTa aitoruct .. De
croa for $789 73.
Burx t Dome va. D. A. Foskel. Pressley, Lord
Diijlcaby, plaintilTa attorneys. Dee ree for SCb7 55
Baker, Lowlcr k Co. vs. Wm Young, timpson A
Simpson, plaintiff's altoruovs. Decree tee ?8*4J9 02.
C. B. Sims vs. Elisha P. Smith. J .mr? p. Baxter,
?p'atntifl's attorney. Decree ?or ?2,??0 (X
Issue Dockst.-United -.tate; <s. G. L Kr-.cli D.
T. Corbin, plaint ti '? attorney (lenci il tinier, do
leiv.laut'a atteiraoy. 0:< ni .lion of .!. ibndaut's at?
torney, an order of cofitlnuincc -.eas c ranted.
liait i: Rucket vs. M. Moses. Haynes wo: t?i U
Fras'-r, plaint li's attorneys. Docrce lor 67?7 7'J.
Ex parte Samuel lt. lod.i. Petition to prae?v? iti
United states Court for Seitth i'aral u.i. C. P. t-ul
livan, pro pct. On bearing petit iou, an.I on motion
of solicitors propel, the Judga granted the prayer
of the putiliou, au-l said petitioner waa accordingly
commissioned in Cine form.
Iii ?S mkruvlcy.-ln TH J. W. Earle, ea par e J. J.
Norton abd W. C.Keith. Petition f.-.r involuntary
bankrun'cy. W. K. Essie?, pro ptdiiioaing nredf.
tors. Pei ry Dr Perry, pro d?tendant Order of con?
tinuance to August I erm, 180:', granted by ibo
Ju Ige. .
The following peiitinni to es tab!'sh Urns, Messrs.
Izlar ?<c Dioble upjicariui.' lor petitioning creditors,
having bean read, on mo io i of solicitors pei pei,
werereierred t-i Registrar Cet- pen ter, Esq, to in?
quire and report'thereon to Ibis court, wiih leave to
report anv special matter:
lu re R itus CL Salle/, ex parle Martha Livings?
In re J. M. Sr.llcv. cxpario P. A. P.ico,
lu re K. W. va ley. ex parie John J. r-a'ie;.-.
In re H. H. Bonnet, ex p rta I uotaaa V. Kennedy.
In ry Henry F. ?alley, ex parto Martin LiviC2Jt"ti,
Mary C. ATROI ct aL
In re J. W. Phillips, ex parte J S. Dongles*.
In ro Johu C. Famiiug. ei parle J. W. Fanning.
In re Lucina S. Bellinger. Petition to extend
timo. l?lar & Dibble, pro pet. On motion of eoliol
tors pro pct. il Ls ordered that final hearin.; Lc had
on6ta of January i l3??>.
La re Robert sub. r. ex narlo If. P. To lil. PclUioa
to cslab'ldh lien. Karn tel R. ?odd, Jr., pro pet. Or?
der of reference lo iteg strar tumuior lo report, fcc
In ro RobcrtBealty, ea parte J. 8 Steadman and
Wm. Munro. Pedt.su to sell realty. G. D. Bryan,
pro pot On hearing report of Rogleirar and on m o
tlon of soliei ora pro pct, i. ia erderod that the in
jnn' tion herotufo o grauted be dissolved, end tho
sheriff be allowed to sell, so.
In Equity.-Charles J Radford vs. Alexander
McBre. et al Bill for rc'LT. Sulllvau ft t-tokea.
complainant's aclioiiors. Kesley & Wells, defcndanCa
sol citora. Thc oaso waa hoird, an I testimony wu
coramia-ion was read, and, wiihont eoncludlng, the
court adjourned, at four P. M., tiU to-morrow-at len
cullock A. M.
CHOWS OREEN AND BLADE TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast comer Society
and Anson atr?ete. Gooda iehvared tree.
PERSONAL_?. S. Mooro, Esq., President of
tlie King's Mountain Railroad, is at the Pavilion
Brevet frig. Gen. B. B. Haines ba9 teen appoint
ed Chief Commissary ol'the Department of the South
at Atlanta, in place of Cel. Sullivan, who succeeds
Lieut. Alden, as Depot Commissary at tais pose.
R. L. Gentrv, Esq., one of the joint proprieto: s and
managers of thc Augusta Constitutionalist, ls on a
Visit to this city.
1 ho Columbia Ihrcuix of Saturday says: "Seua
tor Spragna (of Rhoao Island) and wife have been
stopping at Nickeraon's for a day or two past, but
left for their home yesterday afternoon. Thc sena
t r is a wealthy manufacturer, and the ohji ct of his
visit was to make inquiry aud a personal inspection
of the Columbia Cana', and its suitableto-s for manu?
facturing purpose*. Oe had an interview with Gov
t-rnorScott, and yesterday visited the canal."
Li USI>? JKSS3 -V OTK 3 KSL
LADIES LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in bvoiy style. Mince vic^, ir^sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and choro ate at all Lours. Ice cream every
WHY nz ANNOYED with thai cough when you
eau bc relieved by calling at Dowie i Moise's drug
s ore. They havo ''Doo^'ri Sovereign Balm," which
wOl rtlitve you at ouce. ft)
ALL wno aro in want of goo J, substantial
boots and shoes call at Johu Commins, No. 131
Mooting-street, nearly oppo ?te the Market.
Vivo cases of youths'watcrpr. of rubber bottom,
long les boots, at SI 73 por pair. Also, five caaes
men's mining niions at SI 3'J per pair.
Ne-rembsr 30 niUlG
DRY Gcoo3 A:;D CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Messrs. Furchgott & Bros. otTer, through th?
column? of Tui: NEWS this morning, a very attrac?
tive hst of goods tor the inspection of the publi", and
especially the lidies. Dry soods of every variety, ol
thc best quality and lowest market pr:ccs load, their
shelves as usual. They Lave, mo:eovcr, a separate
d pa-.tmeut for boots-, shoes, trunks, ic, where
bargain? can be had to suit the most economical a*
the most iasiidiou-. In addition to their regular
stock in tiade they have on hand a supply of photo?
graphic albums at the remarkable low price ol sovou
ty-?ve cents cieb, just tho very things for Christinas
or hirthcay pr.soats. Call at the corner ol King
and Calhoun streets and exami ic lor yourselves.
WHY, SMITH, what is thc inaltc-r with your
Well, Jones, I'll loll you; we are very busy at the
Office now, and I am writing nearly every nitjlit iiu
til eleven o'clock, but the ligbU arc Injuring my
eyes vcr .' much, as you see.
Well, if yu wish to save your eyos, gel an ai gaud
burner nud porcelain shade, lt makes a Doaufful,
rich and toft light, and not a par! ide of flickering to
it I would not bc Without ene for live limes its
cast. 1M I ell you, it is such an improvement that
cousin R'chard lias entirely dispensed with bis eye?
glasses siuce nc us-dost of them. Try one and you
wid fully sgreo with mo. You car get them al P. L.
Guillemin's Gas Fitting Establishment, No. 140
ChuTcit-strc-or, noir the Mr.rkct.
Dec inber 10 ihui2
Blank paahs, printing, Binbinij.
M A NUFAOTORY.
BLANK BOOKS OF ALL DliSCRIPIIONS MADE
to order, with any sty lc of Binding or j atlcru of Rul?
ing, ol best material and workmanship.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MUSI1', SEW.
PAPERS, Bibles, Prayer Books, ?e., Benni in nay
sly'*, and neatly Lett', red wit's name.
JOB PRIMING-Cards, Lettor, Note and Bill
Hea/le, Circulara, Dray Rsoelpfs, Pamphlets, ftc , ia
first-rate stylo nod at low prises.
AU Tarieliosef LAW, OFFICE AND FANCY STA?
A large assortment of our own and of (he host
Northern manufacturers, con;tankly on hand.
NOTICE.-Wo are e?'eria; our surplus stock of
Check Books, Bank Books, Railroad and Vessel Re?
ceipt Booka, Cotton Weight and Shippiag Dooks, at
greatly redncod prices.
TIME BOOKS for Pl?ntete, Mechanios and Busi?
ness Men generally (monthly and weekly), a great
variety ol forms.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS, Landing and Dockage
Books, Magistrate*' Dockets, Hotel Registers, Av.
Havin; a iarso surplus of BLANK BOOKS, of all
styles of binding, the trade will be suppliod for a
limited time at a groat reducfien OB Now York colt
December ll fmwlmo NP. 0 BROAD-STREET.
Clotljhifj and /arnisljinfl floate.
E8T?BU.SUE15 IN 1843.
O. K. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Ai ,i :\ c y :. rv v u K a s s v
Gent's Youths' and F ceil nu n's
AT THU OLD STAND,
r-.o. '?i't lCiu^- ;., Opposite Scciciy-?t.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM HUS DATE TO
offer our usual h ALL AK1> WINTER CLOTHING,
of our ow? Bclcethtr, aud manufactured hy our?
selves iu Charloeton,
As regards quality and style, wi-are confident our
Goods will compare favorably in every respect willi
any lieu.-:" in the Strathorn Country, holh lorelle.: .
u-.vs, ind durability. Wo havo als i a largo i-tocfe i ;'
Ken's Furnishing Goods i;i r torc.
To our friands and former nitrons, and to th."
Trade iu genera!, we cst ?nd a cordial IBA ??ah n io
csttmine om Stock, ::nd solicit their orders,
SATIN KT PANTS.&U0 lo ? 400
COLO KEB CASSIM BEE PANTS. 100 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PAN TS.3 CO to 1 CO
BLACK CAtiSIUEEE PAN t s ..I'O lo lil O'?
t O Y'S PANTS.2 0.1 : > fl 01
BOW SUITS.500 '.. 13 00
COLORED *A1TNIU'SACKS...5 00 lu 1? GO
COLORED CA?SIME?tE STACKS Sou to 1? Ot)
BLACK CLO Eil FBJCK COATS.7 00 lo 2 i CO
COLORED CASSIMEBE VESiS.COt) io <; 00
OVEBCOATS AND SACKS.8 UQ k> 20 OD
Tho tiena nd S ? AB BRAND SHIR! always on
Blt A WEE J OF Al !. CE ABES, il io V>.
MERINO SKIRTS, tl CO to 52 00.
Our lenna a?e o fct?l, o? city ac?-pt :a--o.
November 2S !;:ia
Q T V O SONN T A U .
VIE ti AArI> SCOURER,
1*1 Xarbtet-aircct, between Ki.-ic; and
A retululo-sU-e et*
GENTS' COATS, VKST9, PANTS AND HAT?
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed,
November IQ wfm3mos
AV HAT BUICK POMEROY DID WHITE
AND WHAT HE DID NOT WHITE.
Light o'clock, and ho is not here yet I How
dreary this li I tlc room does seem, and I am so lone
some ! Ten o'clock. How I wish he wou'd come.
It is so lonely here with tho children asleep 1 Once
he loved to stay with mt, hut now, alas! Twelve
o'clock, and I am so tired, I cannot sleep I My
heart aches and grows sad. I cm "trowing old, per?
haps. RI ty be my face is not as fair as once, but my
heart as warm, thon-jh it is often sad.
ARE YOn DYSPEPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, law splri'cd, weak, or aro you
sid: and don't know what oils yo*:; then try Planta?
tion "it?crn and our word for it, it will cure jo?.
What cVarnia can he Und In Ibat foul-scentel
room, b;- thar (insly table, cutting and dealing those
dus'y ear.l?t, filling himself with poUton, tain Tug his
breath raising his miud, uiulcmiiui-ig his lonstitu
lion, planting Breda of diaca=c. squ ndsrins bia
mcnoy, clouded with smoko, tired arith excitcmon*.
Is tb'fl happiness ? ta thia lifo ? Ts this our mission?
Oh ! I am so tired, do c> : e bow.
Tlr's delicious cordial and Uno tonic is now hailed
by thousands as the great lioalth givor ?nd re?
storer. Resolve !o buy a bottlo, and don't sleep on
ir. De who in time. So'd by all druggists.
1 DO TOtr 00 DDWN TOWN TO-NIOHT, MY PET ?"
'.No darling. I have labored eunuch to-day. Why
should I flee from home, from happiness, from thee?
Lifo is full short to love- too short to squander. I
love tho pbot-fcraph of ray I'oart too woll. No dar?
line/, my u< art ia here; 1?re kt ms keep it company."
Ar.? always ?.ure, rellab'c. They arc strengthening
and invigorating, and are Exhausted Na'uro'* great
rrstorcr. As an agreeable and p'easmt tonic and
appetizer, thor canned bo exeel'ed.
TREY ?mo ARE RICH,
Are they who mind Ibcirown business. Find a hap?
py man or woman, and th? affaira of another trouble
them but a little. Ii is none of j-onrbusiua-s if the
minister kisses ono of the sister-, or one of the ais
iers thus s d?tes thc miui-ior. It cannat efl'ecl you
when a min youl;now . allson a Mri you don't kuow,
or one you do What if tliT' is kisalag behind tho
door, in iuauels, and when (he ni,*ht is dark at the
vestibule of tho rhttr.-h, or even ever thc gate. Would
you not do tho same thing if th: chanca was odored ?
A WINE OL.'.SS FlT.r.
Of Planfatioa n.ttars, takou throe times a day, before
each moil, will ranko tho flame of lifo again burn
brightly, and illuminate a oaoa wrolcbel existence.
For ladies it ia aa elegant ind --eade atimulant. just
such as tkey require.
"l WEN! TO THE LAND OF STEADY RAEITd."
I w.uitrd to hind snveral "bricks" down ti pas
terily, and waa told hy lathor that with a New Eng
'and girl for a wiro, I could raise m?iro children, grow
mere osions, Hain mora ecia, Bint; moro psalms,
kn .w mo-e ot what wa? going on in the neighbor
honi, hear more scandal, sleep less nights, hav?
mero rfdaUves, oat moro beans, love myself and hate
olh?rs mire, and get moro out of a dollar, than any
other sort of woman In thia happy country so-called.
is made from pu-o at Croix Rum nudCilis.na
Bark (known the world orer for ?ia emotive proper?
ties), and will iori i i.- Ihc rust-rn againat diseato,
Mused by change ol water and di?t. If you ara iu
olined to dyspepsia, try it. If you have the chills
aud fever, or any kindred disease, hy all means take
Plantation Bitters. ? hey arc r.ild by all diuggists
AND HE naD A FEMALE CHILD,
Who-e mme was Uo\a Brlghtwatar. and who was
twantT-ninc years old; who ware red stocking?, red
garters, nu-tal tipped snos, ?reen ipoc'aolas, and
the prettiest rod hair ?ho world ever ser eyes au or
inta. Rexa, a true New England gil, chewed wads of
pino gum. and swectcucd her broth willi onions.
Hcxa wasn't ao much handsomer than a doll aa to
make the Coll flint, but shu war intelligent; iu fa.:t, in?
telligence was her best hold hut ono; alic waa groat
on making baby garments, aud had her trunka full,
packe.' away, that ?bc might ho rotdy ns willing
when the evil hour drew nigh, ns she trusted lt wou'd
from year to yo i-.
IP THE LADIES nur KXEW
What thousands of them aro constantly relating
to u?, we eau ?i.?lv belicvo nae half nf thu wcaknoar,
prostration and dislrcsa ex ?? ri: need b* them would
JAKES ;:.vr.Mt, I! .,>..
Nu. Iii West Fu-.t- Ireet, New Fork, siya lie
has Ihrne children. Th:: flrsl two :TO wea!; ?nd
puny, Un wife having b*en usable lo nurse or
ai Und Hiern; but sln> bia taken Planlalion
toi-a fer thc last t-.:n y oars, and L'-ia child now IS
months oM. which ehe bis DUMMI aud M wad her
aalf, and bath arc hon ty sui v.uli. Plantation Bit
tars ia invjiua'i: . ..) mothers.
r.%LTBit, nv r. IT,
ffcre ,:o:::r.- a mia WHO K:S OM.- ii. j. H.1 ?.il
friends, and niocey, aad a (ovina fimllv, nod pod
Hon, rn-! i Oncno*. and caif-rospacl. and intr-.-i.y,
and a fulcro ol ii-c "eiu.v.i lei ?re bim. But, ;t*y
boy, bo don't look like if cow. He wa-? elected lo an
.lun.ir'.aat olliac. He Cargo! thc Itt sons his poul
:uoti:cr tanah! bim, and ira : asked Ly de&Irnlng
poUU bins to a#ll his Tate la a part, of ?windln?; bo
e ??ld no- for tho lifo o? bim g.-. J ariionlstica lo that
bille word, ?JU -o bo fell.
HOV." OF?'": !)) HTS IfS'iR THS COMPLAINT,
Prom incaher sad I'.ber, .:.?>.. lae eon or daughter la
cot wo.); ?.ha? they tiara no appetite; that they feel
languid; thal C-.o hen! ache* a'l the time; that they
ai l grow u; thia and frc -.I", and th*.t the; !:'.7a no
'.Un r.-v oaorgj lett. And :he qiea?ous aro often
sited. Whit .-Li-U I da ?or .': :n: Vf...-A .bill l give
ti.eia? Ouranaweris. h't lh:a try nutation B:t
toii u oderalely, throe taiM a day, aud otu word
for it they will recover.
AND IlERE FALTES, II .'. TOTTNO MAN,
Ju?l Uko j u nud VP, my In? Ile hil wit, KOHSO,
odncatioo, in elle; noe, friends, ambitioa, and ls
love !. He Ins a xnowiud e of Ibo world, acquired
by mixing with ita peoalo Ho lus aai?ittoa ?md
tho same tic d in wliich lo win honor, f .?ne and dls
tln. lion, ashad rranxlm, fnllO'i. Morse, and a host
ol'others. Ho io naturally snarf, but, Vattor, n y
b j, aa bc meeta us do you SJ- tha oxocas of mob
turo in his oyo, tho hUle puffy r?dgo under it, tho
eradoal turning of f. o bcaut'ful nornors of the
mouth, his molhor so loved te. kiss. TTieae, my boy,
tall a sad tale of early shipwreck, of disease, of pro.
mature death, of negleoted and squuidtred gifts,
December T lyx
|nj ?nobs, (Etc.
IR. S UVE O "V .A- Hi ,
McLOY & RICE
EESPECUPULLY AND S'NCEREY RETURN
their thanks to their numerous Cty and Coun?
try fiicuds for their very littoral suppoit, ind hopo
to merit a continuance of thc same at
THEIR NEW PREMISES,
No. 270 KING AND No. CT LTA8EL-ST.
Wo ileom it superfluous to enumerate our COM?
PLETE >ND VEltY VA DIED STOCK, purchased at
MUCH Ll SS TH >N MANUFACTURER'S COsT.
Wo merely cite a few Sf;ccia':tic? :
RLACK SILK VELVETS.
And in fact lo our ENTIRE STOCK, which will be
soldat prie ? lo defy compeliiiiu.
Coaniry Merchant? respcctftfully solicited to ex?
amine our Stock befne purchasing elsewhere.
A. Mc LOT.J. W. KILE.
December 14 3
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE,
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG 10 INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, dist we have just re?
ceived (in add it-'eu to our usual sto:k of DOMBSTIC
and FANCY 80 jL 8), a now supp.y mutable for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, ie., at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70.\ np
160 dozen HOOP SKIRIS, 5'J to ?Oc.
21) doz*n G E.i EVI h VE HOOP SKIRTS, an elogaut
arlicle, flOe. only
A new supply of CORSETS, 70c.
Oltcuh-iuier's celebrated French CORSET, SI 00
A full anil rompUto assortment of Oe: man ami Eng?
lish HOSIcRY, frwui Viii up
A ?ne arsortaaent of Lillies" and children's Silk, nor?
lin Clo.h and Lisle O LOV elegant desi ?us,
?.nd suitable ?or Christmas prescita.
A lot of PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, nt 75c.
Ladies' Velvot and Uorocco POR I MO:-. AIES, vor;
A good gelccti'in ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, Ac,
Al tho loweofc figures.
We would alsj notify cur patrons that w.' have ar
-aneed a separate departuaout in our Storo exclu
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, 4c.
Its' ENTRANCE ON CALOOUN-5TREET.
PURCUGOTT & UltO.,
No. 107 KIN'G-aTliEET.
Deccmhor 11 limo
MY GOODS !
No. 2iS Kiog-sireet,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW TH I
attontion of tho public to their voriod stock 0
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
J U S T RECEIVED
coNsisrnra OF :
IRISH POPLINS, EM FR ESS CLOTHS, AL
PACAS, Freuch Mrrinou, DeBages, Melanges
Black arni Colored Silks, Bombazines, Bottle
vard and Balmoral Skirts, Chinchilly Cloak'
ings, Ladios' Cloaks and Sicqnes, and a veri
largo assortment of KLD (ILO VES, ol' thc mos
celebrated brands, tor Ladie.-i, Lieut's and Chil
Wo bare nlso tho DUCHESS OLOTES foi
cvoninpr wear, of very line quality and rca
FRINGES, GIMPS, VELVET AND DRESS
BUTTONS, ot everv cola- and style, wit!
many other DRESS .v.!J C..OAK TElMMD??i
too uuaiorous tu mention.
Our stock of Ludios' fashionable HATS, ant
TAFFETA ami SATIN RIBBONS ?M very lui-,
anti wo:! asserted.
\-c have LONOCLOIUS, Calicoes, Sheet
ing.'. Ginghams, sod ali other C'u::<.-i Goth!:
b; longing to our liue ai Cc lowest market price
Wo call particular attention lo our larjF
i tock of FLANNELS, in Opora, Wolah. Domo
?.?nd all-Wool; ??so, a t;ood stock tl' ELAN
CC IS. cud Syuirw ntul Lona Shawls
WOO !J ami COTTON HOSIERY, or ever:
cratio and price, for Ladies, Gent?, Cow, ara
CLOUTS. Cassimeros, Doeskins, Satinets
KvuincLy jeans, Kersovs reid Vostia^s, foi
Men's aud fhn'.-, wear.
Our ENTIRE STOCK has been 7,.??L al
lim rccc::'. decline of pi ices for cash, and srrea
bsrgaina aro confidently guaranteed.
A call is rospocifully solicited.
Ko. ?'IS KJ.\?-Si'KEET,
j II El WEEN L'A-".:t. AND MARKET :>T.S.
i N vcaiberSl mwllnto
CHEAP DRESS GOODS,
?TYHE sucjc?racw UAVJ JI;<S RECEIVED
i pi r steaaiship Champ?: ::.ml! Sine of
II VLOVUS, ami
CAKL'T r>::;; -; <:.
Wh'ch they i it ul o;>?ni>. .? ... .: '.?iii :?lrj;ly liv
prices, lu carly call is co?ci'wt. '.? . tte! i-iofltlcn
thal cvf.-y i.itsu?.uer will 1. -.- .: : ?.ih;'?aL?
flo-1 that wc h ive only :> a: J.; fuct.i.
CAItT^IJLL, tSAlt?~SM3 ?i CH .
KA VA !itNG-3 CREST.
ll E A P
FAMILY BJuAN XETS,
JUST OPENED AT
STOJ.L. WU Ct 71 ?i CL.,
Ney. 287 AND 2?9 KING-STREET.
Boots, Steeg, (Etc.
SHOfiS ! SiiOEvS ! I
" (\ (?ASES OF LADIES'AND GENTS PRTME
OU sahst?Btu! uOor? \N? hH?ES at retail, b
No. 191 MnEriNG-STREET,
Nrarly opposite thc Market.
November SO mthl
TUE STATIS OF SOOTH CAROLINA.
To the .Vanoyers of EUethns
for the C until nf nenvfort:
WHERE*?, MR. GKORGE A. BENNETT, WHO,
a', tin; Goncial Election held in April, 1SC8, was
ehoscn a member o? thc House of Re-reseatatives
for the : lection District of Beaufort County, to <crvc
for two yoars, has siuce sai I election resignod; and,
whereas, thc Conu'.ituti n of the Stale of?outh Caro?
lina directs that in PII -h a ca*e a Writ of Election
shall be issued lythe Speaker of the H;uso of Rep?
resentatives for the purpose of Allin;; the vacancy
thus occasioned, lor the remainder of tho tomi fer
which tho member so resigned was elected to serve :
Now, therefore, you anil each ot you are horeby
required, alter due advertisement, and with stri.:t re?
gard to all tho provisions of the Constitution nnd
l aws of tho said State, touching your duty in such
case, lo hold an election for a Mouther of the Rouse
of Representatives, for the Election District aforesaid,
to servo lor thc remainder of the term for which the
said GEORGE A. BENNETT was elected ; tho Polls
to h.- opened at tho various places of Election in thc
said District, en Monday, thc fourth day of January,
1SC9, by tho various sets of Manager? for those
places respectively ; ?aid Managers to count ihe
votes publicly imtncdintclv aftw tho final closing of
the polls at the Precincts where tho votes have been
taken; make out a certificate of the result, to be
Bigned by the Managers, ora majority of thom, and
taken to thc Court House of Beaufort County, or
placo now fixed by law for caunllug the votes, on
Wednesday, tho sixth day of January, 18G9, by one
or more of sahl Managers ; and the Managers, era
majority of them, who may assemble, shall proceed
to examine the aforesaid statement, and declare tho
re.-ulr of the Election.
This Writ, together with your return of the Elec?
tion to bc held under it, h ive beforo tho House of
Representatives at its noxt meeting after the Election.
Witness tho Honorable FRANKLIN J. MOSES, Jr.,
Esquire. Spoakcr ef the House of Represen?
tatives at Columbia, this twohh day of Decem?
ber, in the year of our Lord em thousand
eight hundred aud sixty-bight.
FRANKLIN J. MCSES, Ja..
Speaker Of tho House of Representatives.
A. 0. JOSES, C'erk of thc House of Representa
Decembor 14 20
STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE. I
COLUMBIA, s. C.. Dcc.-uiber 7,16Y.S. (
BILLS OF TUE BANK OE THE M ATE OF
SOU I H CA MOLINA, lod. ed al this o!H-n to bj
funded under nu Act of thc General Assembly, en?
titled au Act to cVc tho operations ol the Bank of
the State of Smith Carolina, will be funded in sums
ofSi.O and SlUUU-Bonds being preiareJ only for
su. h amounts. MI K - G. PARK - ll.
Treasurer SUtO of Souih Carolina.
Deoember 9 c
rni-t COMMODIOUS WHAhF HAS BEEN RE?
CENTLY dug out ami put in completo order.
and is now ready for business. Its Warehoufo ac?
commodations tut uuanrpaflRod by any wharf in thc
city. Terms liberal. A sharo o;'public patronage is
solicited. Apply to 1UEODOHE E.CAIHNS,
December 9 wm:..3 Wharfinger.
: 0YEBL00K THIS!
TF YOU WANT G.'-.S FITTING DONE,
j. Go to P. L. 6U?1.LBMIN, >o. MO Church-str-et
lt you want ?TEAM PlLt.lNGdone,
Go to P. L. GULLLB'JTN, No. 1*1 Church-street
Il you irani PLUMBING done.
Go lo P. L. Gb'ILLEMIN, No. I49Chnxch<4rreet
If TOU wmt TTS COO* INO anil GU i UKRIJSG done
Go to I'. L. GUIM EMIN, No. 140 Church-street
If you wwii GAS FIX i HUES,
Go to P. L. QUILL EMIN, No. 119 Churchti eet
Whore you can yet G \S CHVNDELIERS, PEN?
DANTS, Brackets, Hall Lights, Poita'do Stand?
A Ii G VAD BURSEKS,
Porcelnin, Mi<*a, Pmer and Tin S hz di", Glas
Glob a und ( hades, Copper Mid Iron Pumps, Batt
Tub?, Parlor and Cctl-rcom Grates, Koros ::ne Lamps
ic , ic, at reasonable prices.
Repairing prom. lly attended to.
Old Gas Fixtures Rebronz?d.
December 10 thsmSnio
D V A ?V C E S
TO PLANTEES AND OTHERS
HOLD COTTON IN ENGLAND
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and other oxpensei
for holoing aro LESS than m thc United States, wi
TEM CENTS PER PO USD
MID D L 1 N G S,
Shipped to o.ir friends in Liv-rpool, charging tho ling
lisb cotnmcrci.il rate ofiuterest. wnich at present is
El VE PEU CE ST.
And hold as long aa desired.
CLAGUORN. HERRING ,t CC.
Act oniuiodat'on Wharf.
November ia tl mos
T J K ETI X G-S i ; : i: WV FOU X D R V.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT ls NOW FCRNISHINC
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN.
STEAM EN.ii:;;::-) -.:o Bort.HRS .: ,..-:> ;; VJU>
IMPROVED VEM WAL VXD HORIZONTAL COR?
MILLS, SUGAR Mii.L-, SUCA'.: BOILERS
AND Pa>3, ol ell V.Z-.3
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, ?rom 0 t<
it; foe! in dUnielcr
IMPROVED LEVEE COTTON PRESSES :or H:no
power. Raw and i'.-cc ?lili?
MACHINERY VND C.\V";:.'<? ? cf ad dearrlpti m
maile to onlrr
??articular attention paid le
HOUSE FROM S AND CASTINGS FOR UV: Li'
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WtUOUTS. tf .- .d:
WILLIAM S. EENEHEY,
M AC I! I X Ti i . i D F 0 L- N I> E ii
CHARLESTON, P. C.
Au. in t ". mwa
j ;.i i? a n vu u a otf
TEAS. WINE.'., BttANSIES, Ac.,
And Dealer? :.i
CHOICE FA?IILI GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.
DuPGoods delivered to a'.l pat ty of the City,. J
yyiLLU 4? CU1SOL91.
FACTOES, COMMISSION MEECLLLNT3
sm pris a AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO SHE PURO HASH, SALS AN I
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) o
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLA??T?O WHARF, Charleston, 9. C.
H.WILLIS._,JV..;...A. B. CHLSOLM
Carpeta, ?lair and Mum ?latireue?, Bolsters,
Pillow?, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Choirs,
Washstands, Crockery. Cooking and Office
BY WILLIAM McKAY.
Will noll THIS DAT. Monday thc 14th inst., at 133
Mee ina street, at in o'clock,
The above PURNITOBE of a family leaving tuc
Ternir. caOi. _ December 11
Fire Crackers, on account of the Underwriters
and all concerned.
BY 1AUREX & ALEXANDER.
TO-MORROW, the 15th instant, will bc s >ld In front
of our store, nt 10 o'clock.
75 boxis No. 1 Golden chop HR fe CRACKERS.
Damaged on the voyage from New York lo this port.
Conditions cash. December 14
Public Sale of Government Property.
WM. GURNEY, Auctioneer.
Will sell TO-MORBOW, li<b irst.. at Nos. 8 and 10
East Hay street, ?harlcstoa, s. C.
A lar?c lot of MEDICAL AND H TSP ITAL PROP?
ERTY:, eonsistins of Medici .c:-, Medical Cooks. Sur?
gical Instruments. Iron Bedsteads, Sheets, Counter?
panes, Blankets, Hair Pillows, ic.
Salo to cammence at Ul A. M.
Terms cash in governm-ut fund--.
J. F. ENSOR,
December ll wsmtul A. A. Surgeon U. S. A.
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Store,
Dwelling and Extensive Storehouse.
BY LOUIS th DeSAUSSURE,
On THURSDAY, the 24th day of December. 18Gft, at
ll o'clock A. M.. will be sold, at the Old Posto&ice,
Tho Three-story Brack ?TORB AND DWELLING,
on the west sido of East Bay-street, No. 73. about mid?
way between Tradd and Elliott ?rreets On the prem?
ises are two Brick Storehouses and extensivo sheds.
The Lot is deep, and runs through to Uedon's Alloy;
it measures on East Bay 38 feet 8 inches, on Bedon's
Alley 3.t feet 6 inches, on north Imo 313 feet 6 inchos,
and on the south line 304 teet.
Conditions cash. Purahascr to pay for papers and
revenue stamps. mwtothl December 14
By virtue of* Writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed
and delivered, will bo sold on MONDAY, the nth
day or January next, at thc northeast cerner of thc
Courthouse, botweeu ll A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M.
All tho right, titlo and intercut of the defendant in
a TH V<T OK LAND, situate on Edisto Island, and
kuown as "Cedar Hall," together with the building
and improvements tberco.i. said tract containing 400
acres, more or less.
Levied on and to bc sold as tho property of Dr.
James E. Whaler at thu suit ol to-eph Purcell, who
bas assigned the judgment in thia case to L. C.
At the same lima and place,
All tho right, title and internst of the defendant in
all tint LOI' OF LAND, with improvement thereon,
situate ia tho Town ol ML Pleasant; said lot hound?
ed sc:: th on Bennett-street, cast ou lands of Dawson,
and wi st on linds ol Torcliuseu.
Levied on aud to be sold as fho property of Wm.
T. Pearce at the suits ot B. id. Bequostand C. Hoper.
Terras cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
December 14 m5 I*. C. C.
UN UP: ll .DISC KEB IN EQUITY.
Stern vs Fps tin et al.
On THURSDAY, 31st inst., at ll o'clock, will be sold
at thc OM customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with toe Buildings there?
on, situate at thc northeast cruer ci King and
Gooree streets, ia dis city, manuring ia trout on
King-street 4" feet 9 inches, Hie samo on the ea?t line,
and lu depth oa Gcoivc-str t 110 feet, the same OB
thc north Hue, bc the same more or less. Bounding
north on land formerly of tho o?w:e of loohoy;
south on Gcorgc-strest; . .vu on land now or former?
ly of thc estate of sarah Dorrel, aud wast on King
'1 erm i-One-third eash; balanei in three equal
successive annual iusta'monts, with inter '-t at 7 par
cent, pi r annum, payable annually, secured by bends
cf the purchaser and mcrlgago of tho premises ; the
buildings to bc insured and policy asaigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers aad Htamps.
J. W. GRAY.
December IO ihm 4 Master in Equity.
~UVDEK DKCUBB IN EQUITY.
Samuel C. Black, Executor, vs. W. C. Court?
ney, Administrator, and others,
In pursuance ol tho decree in this ease, I shall offer
for rale at Pnblic Auction, at thc Ex -hange, in this
city, on WEDNESDAY, the lCihday of December.
18 8, nt ll o'clock A. V...
All that valuable LO r OF LAND, with tho three
story Brick Building thereon, aad thc outbuildings,
also of brick, kurwn as thc residence of the lato
Fraucis C. Ulack, b/ii g on tho wo'torn side of
Church-street, in the Cityaf Charleston, bela* tho
second lot north of tho Baptist Church; containing
in front on Cburc'a-sbrcet thirty-nluc (39) lett, (with
tho tue and piivihge et a three f>et ailey or passage
on th-- north vide of tho house erected on said lot!;
on the bae? orwest lino thirty-two 82) feet turee (3J
inches, and in deplh two hundred tad twenty (220;
it;:, ??j i??i?irf t0 ^ nor* lot.3 formerly of
Christopher Rogers. Wm. Inglesby, Mia. ttrailstord
and Mrs. Pinchney; to the east eu Chureh-alreC?,
thc south on land of Robert Brown, and to tko west
on laud Of Leonidas W. Sprart, Faq.
Terma-One fourik ?ash and Hie balance in three
equal annual instalment?, with Interest payable an?
nually, aacnred by bond and mertgtgo of the pro?
mises. Tho purchisor to ?Lauro aud keep injured,
aud to assign tho policy. Purchaser t? pay for
stamps and papers. J. W. ?TRAY,
December 1:1 smw3 Master ie Equity.
<2UftilJnfers, jjprioaif Sales.
hi R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Kcal Estate Brokers, iVo. 33 Broad-et.
At Private Sale
A BRICK RESIDENCE (needing repair;, on a largo?
Reaidoncca on desirable street*.
A Grocery St<nd, centrally located.
DceambifM ni ?2
CLIFFORD & ?ATHEWES,
Kcal Estate Agents, ."io. BO Ilroad-streeu
For sal? and Lease
PHOSPHATE LsND.-j of a superior quality, on
Jeep water navigation ana healthy locations all tho
RICE and COT ION PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
all parla or the Mate.
CITY PROPERTY of every description,
November 2 3naos.
T^TTrita il. A. MU KT LAND,
No. 303 KIXG-STUEKT,
yi^v WOULD RESPECT- .4^9^
/^'.\\'"^--:t FULLY ?ufa:m tho f^^^^
?L^tr? La<3,es lbat -h" hzs Jfllili
Walja opened a handsome ^g^St^tv
sJ-rM , WM
WJ aaaortascatol J. ??
FALL AND WINTIE MILLINBBY.
UllKSS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 31 wlta3nwe
HABT & CO.,
iOIIM'iU K1\G AND NAKKEV SI'S.,
CHARLESTON, ? C.,
?M C?BTEES AND JU?BE11S OF
Foreign sad Domestic Hardware?
C U TJLE ! t Y, a U N s,
ENGLI Iii AND SW?DISfl EAT. IRON
PLO JOH AND NdYLOR'3 O ST STJMEL.
M E T A 1^ S .
CVnnstmg of POTS. CVtNs, FPlDfcRS md FX TBA.
cut ULARS, c?ioss cur AND :>IILL aiwa
MILL ROCKS AND BOL UNG CLOJCH
P L O IJ G H S,
AND A VAUliiTr US'
A O lilt? ?LTU RAL I2IPLES1UWT3.
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. a-Deacripllve Catalogues san bo had cm ap?
plication. fmwOraos nae Soeemb^r 71