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THE DAILY NEWS.
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RECOGNIZED A3 HAVING ./TUE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CIT/r OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
ISG IN TUE POSTOFFK?E AT THE END OF
? EACH KEZK. ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OP THE NEW POiTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTIQS SALES THIS LAY.
JAMES W. GRAY will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Old Customhouse, eevoral pieces of valuable real
X. M. CATEE will sell at threr-quarfers past 9
o'clock, on Brown's wharl, butler, bacon, lard, Ac.
LEITCH A BETOS will s ll at naif-past 10 o'clock, at
their office. Broad-street, four m uh s and a torso.
JOHN G. MILSOB A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
thoir salesroom. Meeting-street, dry goods, cloth?
CAMPBELL, Ksox k Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their auction house, Basel-street, shoes, hats and
MILES DILUTE will sell at 10 o'clock, in his store,
corner of King and Liberty street, clothing, hats
and dry goods.
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'cloc'r, in his sales?
room. Meeting-street, furniture, bedding, Ac.
CASH ZR ADVANCE.-On and after this day,
the payment of subscriptions in advance by all tho
subscribers of THE NEWS will be rigidly enforced,
and the parer w?l not be sent to any one unless it
has been paid for. lo this rule there will be no ex
Persons whose stay in the city is to be short, or
- who for any other reason may not be disposed to
pay the subscription in advance, can avail thom
: 3elves ol our weekly delivery and coUection system,
. and receive (he paper at the rate of fifteen cents a
THE DAILY NEWS PRICE CORSENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAS w?l be ready for delivery at ma?
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ing to subscribe for a specified number of copies
. containing their cards, should leave their orders at
- our counting room to-day. AU orders for ten copies
. and over will bo supplied at the rate of two and a
half aents per copy.
k FOP. C H E B A W AND GEORGETOWN.-The
steamer Planter will sail on Saturday.
V PERSONAL.-Colonel Milton Cogswell, com?
mandant at Columbia. S.C., and lateactinj Mayor
ot Charleston, is at the Charleston Hotel.
MHJTABY CHANGE.-Colonel Nichols, pay?
master, will reheve Captain Fitch, in charge of civil
affairs, on the 31st instant. Captain Fitch will go to
THE REMAINS OF GENERAL N. G. EVANS.
W. T. Gary, Esq., passed through Columbia day be?
fore yesterday, en route for Cokcsbnry, having in
. charge the body of General N. G. Evaus, who died in
Alabama several weeks ago.
ACCIDENT F B o M KEROSENE.-On Tuesday
night, as Dr. A. N. Bellinger was carrying a kerosene
lamp in his residence, in Went worth-street, it acci?
dentally feD and broke, igniting the oil, and burning
his hands and arm in a very severe and painful
BtniOEED DEATH OF DETECTIVE COATES-It
was currently rumored yesterday that Detective
Coates had been killed somewhere in the interior of
the State, whore he had gone te investigate a mur?
der case. It was impossible to trace the rumor to
any definite source, and we doubt it? authenticity.
SALE OF MEDICAL STORES, &c.-Mr. William
- Gurney completed yesterday a sale of hospital pro
. pert y and drugs, on account of the government.
The drugs were purchased by a merchant of this
city, and the hospital property by the city for the
BEAS ESTATE SALE.-Messrs. Leitch & Etnns
sold at tho old Postoffice, yesterday, for the Master
in Equity, the following piece of real estate :
Lot of 'Jtnd on the west side of Church-street, 39
by 220, wi.h three story budding thereon, known as
the residence of Uso late Francis C. Black, for $3500.
CHURCH FOB BISHOP P?RSICO.-A new Catho?
lic Church is to ba erected in Aiken, S oath Carolina.
A "hot supper*' is to be given soon for the purpose
of raising the funds to begin with. It was hoped
that the learned and eloquent Bishop would have
been retained here, where his talents are recognized.
COMMISSION ON Crvn, AFFAIRS.-A commis?
sion, under order of General Howard, of the Free .1
men's Bureau, w?l assemble at the Military Hall to?
day at ten o'clock, to take Into consideration claims
for advances to planters made through the Bureau.
The commission will consist of Colonel J. B. Edle,
Hon. William ? ikon and Cclonel James P. Low.
Loss OF A BRITISH BARE.-Captain Cor?
nell, of the schoos er George H. Softers, at this port,
i rom Isla Kuataa, Honduras, states that the British
bark William Edwards, of and for Liverpool, from
Omca, with a cargo of fustic, went ashore on Rua
ton Island, on the 23d of November, and became a
?*otallos3. The crew was saved.
THE GBEENYTTT.E AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
COMPAST.-We are authorized to state that the an?
nouncement in our issue of yesterday, that the
Greenville Itouroad Company would pay interest,
Ac, is not correct. The proposed payment ot six
months interest in January is conditional in Its
? character, and the publication as first made is liable
to mislead the public.
BASE BALL.-The Alerts of this city are will?
ing to pay the expenses ot the Forest City Club if
they will como here, or so to Savannah on the same
terms, or if these terms do not suit, they will meet
the club at Beaufort or any intermediate point.
The "Alerts" are warming up on Uie subject, and
feel very anxious to bring the natter to a bead, and
? decide the much talked of final game-the "rubber."
GENERAL HARRY MELL VILLE.-Such is a
name reported by the Nashville Union and Ameri
- can among the arrivals at the St. Cloud Hotel in
that city, aa of a gentleman hailing Lom Charleston,
. S. C. If there is any General Harry MeUville, of
. Charleston, or of South Carohna, we beg his pardon.
We don't know him. We rather su-peet that some
sharper is humbugging the St. Cloud.
ALMOST A FATAL ACCIDENT.-During: the re?
cent rainy spell, while a nurse was carrying a little
- child along Rutledge Avenue, opposite Mill-street,
her foot slipped, and the child tell on its head on thc
sidewalk. Fortunately the ground was so soft that
the cb?d's head penetrated it, sinking it up to the
shoulders. It was at once palled out, and suffered
no other inconvenience than having its eyes, mouth,
nose and cars stopped with mud until it could be
washed. Wo pr?same that it is to prevent more
fatal cons?quences from such accidents that the
Street Inspector has neglected to put shells on the
. sidewalks in that locality.
HOTEL ABBIVALS, December 16_Paddon
ItottL-T H Cnck. Barnwell; W W Nev?is, WDM
McMillan, Blackville; J A Keller. J B Lowry, Orange
-burg; L D Clark, Lewisville; A W Thompson, Ken?
tucky; H W Desportes, J D Corley, Winnsboro'; Thos
Malian, Cokesbury; Theo Bonne, New York; A H
Brown, Mars Bluff; W Salters, Salter's Depot; JP
Clements, Darlington; E H Gasque. Fricadfield;
Chas G Pack, Henderson ville: J Sauls, Jr, Branch?
Charlton Hatti-Georgi E Boggs. James Island;
George Waterhouse, Beaufort; DC Wilson, Beaufort;
.J D Kennedy, Camden; W B Fox, New York; John
B Martin. Cincinnati; R M S aughter, New Y'ork;
James J Walker, New York; John B Newton, New
York; M Cogswell, Columbia; John P Klnard, New?
berry; John S Bowman, Oranseburg; H N Snell,
Orangeburg; Miss H J McCall, Darlington; C B
Burns, Camden; J S Cloud, Camden; S H Sanders,
Sumter; O P Price, Baltimore; V? Morrison, New
York; Leon Wiel, Philadelphia; John E Patterson,
Pittsburg; J J Newsome, New York; B P Cutler,
Br^kJyp;Tr Penn Clark, Washington, D. C.
THE TIDAL DBAINB.-An observer complains
as fellows: "Allow me to remonstrate through
your paper against the exceedingly fi'tby practice of
emptying whole reservoirs of black mud into the
streets, there to remain a day or two to be tracked
about by horses and carts; sometime? a quarter of a
mile trom the original source. Such a practice is
most offeusive to the eye and nostri's, and muse be
deleterious to health. Carts might be swung lew
on axle-tree B, bon'at right angles near the hub, as
is done in Liverpool by tbe mercantile houses, or a
solid scaffolding might be crocted three or tour foot
high, on whi h to poise the present apparatus ; and
thus the buckets could be emptied at once into
closed carrs. Something should be done to remedy
the piesent evil."
A GERMAN CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION.--The
congregation of thc German Evangelical Lutheran
Church, cf this city, have determined to celebrate
Christmas night ia a way at once pleasant and profi?
table. Hibernian Hall has been engaged ?or the oc?
casion, and Professors Meier and Hoffman. Rev. L.
Muller, Mrs. Piense and a number of other ladies
and gentlemen, will contribute their services to a
varied and attractive entertainment The exorcises
will be opened with prayer at half-past 7 P. M., by
Rev. Mr. Maller. Professor H. D. Meier will speak an
appropriate prologue and read an essay on "Wo?
man." There will be readings in low German
frem the famous Fritz R uter, and
instrumental and vocal music. The iurtru
menlal pieces will be selected from Mozart
and Beyer, and vocal piec:s will consist of cho:usses
of mixed voices and national songs. Mich as a Kos?
ciusko's Farewell," the "Alp Horn," and the
"Rose." The last will be bung by Mrs. Plenge.
There will also be a humorous recitation by a well
known gentleman amateur, and the exercises will
close with the famous monologue from William Tell,
which will be spoken by Professor Meier, who at thc
earnest solicitation of the parties interested, has
consented to appear in costume. The proper
scenery of "Winiam Tell" will be expressty prepared
for the occasion.
An admission foe ? ill be charged, aod the pro?
ceeds sppropriated for the benefit of the new Ger?
man Cnarcb in Eing-stre-t.
ALERT BASE BALL CLUB.-The Alerts, of |
Charleston, South Carolina, were organized May 18,
1867, and admitted to membership in thc National
Association December 12,1867.
During the seasons ol 1867 and 186S they played
nine gamc3, winning six and losing three. Tho
Alerts scored in the games played a total ol three
hundred and sixteen, against one hundred and sixty
five for their opponents. T heir highest and lowest
score in a, match WEB moke against the Ferest City
Base Ball Club, of Savannah, respectively, fifty-one
and sixteen; the highest and lowest of their oppo?
nent bei' g respectively thirty-nine and five.
Sch ichte led the score at the bat ; Heslin caught thc
most fly balls, aud Stubb? nia.'e thc most clean home
B-low is the average of those who engaged ba three
or mo. e games during the seasons above mentioned:
S ls -?til
Van VI eek.
8 21 2..5 2813..4! Ol
7 14 2..0 K\i..i\ 0|
C 14 S..? SO/5..0 0,
6 16 2..4 26|i..2| O!
6 16 2..4 20 3..2? li
5 10 2..0 22|4..2| 0|
4 10 2..2 14 3..2 Oj
3 3 1..0 16|5..l| ll
3' 9 3..0 12|4..0 Ol
3 ll 3..2 7|2..l| 0|
3 C 2..0 12 4..0 li
3 7 2..1 12 4..0 0
Toni number of runs made in each innings In
.st 2d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Alert..83 53 6C 45 33 33 41 15 8..316
Opponents..31 15 40 26 ll 15 12 14 1..105
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COUBT FOB DIS?
TRICT OF SOOTH CAEOLINA.- Hon. George S. llrysu,
District Judge, presiding-Columbia, Tuesday, De
In Bankruptcy.-In thc following cases the Judge,
upon hearing the petitions for voluntary bankrupt?
cy, granted orders of reference to W. J. dawson,
Registrar Fcurth Congressional District, upon mo
tiou Of W. W. Hanlee, solicitor pro pet:
In ie T. B. Walter, A. C. Carlington, John P. Ein
ard, C. D. Spearman, Henry summer, H. II. Einard,
ex parte W. E. Johnson.
In re E. P. Williamson, petition to enforce Ibm.
W. W. Harllee, pro pet. On motion, reierred to R.
B. ('arpenter. Registrar, to report, kt.
Ex parte R. F. Graham, in re S. 8. Ga-gue. Peti?
tion to enforce lien. W. W. Harllee, pro pet. Same
order as above.
In re Nathaniel Levin. Petition for final discharge,
I. N. Nathans, pro pet Upon favorable report of
E?gistrar Carpenter, Judxegranted order and certi?
ficate of discharge, under seal of ccu?.
In re Levis Flier. Petition for final discharge.
Ficiling A: Pope, pro pet. Upon favorable report of
Registrar Sumner, same order as above.
In the following cases petitions for sale of property
having been read, on motion of G. D. Bryon, Esq.,
for T. W. dawson, pro pet, it is ordered that the
property described in the petition be sold by as?
signee after due notice, and that proceeds of said
sales be applied to the satistacionof the liens of the
petitioner s according to their priority.
ix porte J. S. R. Thompson, in re W. W. Wilson.
Robert E. Seaborn, James P. Aycock, Jame? Blair,
John May, Graham k Atkinson, J. C. Buckling, D.
D. Moore, E. A. Cr PD shaw.
Ex parte J. W. Rawlinson, In re John May. Peti?
tion to establish lien. Wi son & Witherspoon, pro
pet On motion, referred to W. J. dawtoa, Regis?
ter, to inquire and report.
Exporte W. C. Gist, iu re David C. Gist. Grounds
of opposition to d?charge. Wilson k Witherspoon,
pro pet. Cuss ordered to ba entered on the docket,
and that D. C. Gist appear before Register < law?
son to submit to eximiuatiou allowed in mun cases,
In re John W. Grady. Petition for voluntary
bankruptcy. Perry & Perry, pro pet. Upon motion,
referred to W. J. dawson. Registrar.
Issue Docket.-Barwell E. Boylan-Germania Firo
Insurance Co., et al. Potter & Conner for plaintiff,
Simonton ?r Barker for defendants. This case occu?
pied the attention of the Court till 4 P. M., the hour
of adjournment, the remaining testimony and argu
ment to be resumed to-morrow at ll, A. M.
BILL OF MoBTALrrr.-Be turu of doatbs with?
in the City of Charleston, for tho week ending De
CAUSES OF DEATH.
A 1x3 -,
% !3 I
ts? irs Itt*
Cancer of Fems.
Dropsy from Hepatic Disease
Injury received on Railroad
Rheumatism, ch: onie_
Lj 4| 2? 21! 3? 7| 5
CAUSES OF DEATH.
I BLACKS OB
XIS LS ?fl
Total reported for the week
ending De?mber 5,1868
Certificates for the following
since received :
Whites, 9; Blacks and Colored, 13-Total, 21.
Under 1 year of age... 6 Between 50 and 60 yr?. 4
Between land 5 yrs... lltetweea SOand 70 yrs. 1
Botwcen 5 and 10 yrs.. 1 Between 70 and 80 vrs. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2|Between 80 and 90 yrs. 2
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 2iBetween 90 and 100 yrs. 1
Between 30 and 40 yrs.. 1 O vor 100 years of age. . 0
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 3|
Ofiico of City Registrar, December IS, 1868.
GEORGE S. P?LZ?B. M. D., City Registrar.
(SUPREME COURT.-The court met on Tu?sday>
at ll A. M. Present-Chief Justice Moses and Asso?
ciate Justices Will rd and Hose.
William Hutson Tl Igg, Esq , was sworn in as re
poiter of thc court
The i ol lowie: cases were argued:
W. Hampton Jones ods. tho Suite. Mr. McGowan
for motion. Ko reply.
Dallas Harles'on ads. thc State. Mr. McGowan for
motion. No reply.
C. B. Jones, et al, ad". Hyde A- Bedon, ct al. Mr.
Melton for motton. Mr. Farrow coutra. Mr. Simon
ton in reply.
Lewis Dial vs. Mabra Madden. Mr. Bacnmnn for
motion. No reply.
A CRACK YACHT.-Tho yacht hl? a. of the New
York squadron, is lying off the Ba'.'ery. She came
into the harbor yesterday afterncor.. where she will
remain for a lew days, and then eon'inue her pleas?
ure trip down the Gulf to New Orleans sud other
points. She is eighty-two tons burthen, and of beau?
tiful proportions, and modelled and built by cele?
brated naval scientists. She is commanded ry Cap?
tain L. L Lirillard, a brother of the ianiour tobac?
conist, who is accompinie I by Messrs. H. Maitland
and Louis Mescir. The Eva is a ' crack" tailer, and
has borne off several fine prizes from fleet compeli
tors in Northern water-. Sh u!d any ofouryachlmen
like to board her they will bo courteously received.
FCBMAN UNIVERSITY.- We tire glad to learn
that the Furman University will be reopencJ on the
first of February, the measures necessary for this
end having been inaugurated by thc Board of Trus?
tees at th'ir recent meeting. Rev. J. C. Furman,
D. D., the accomplished aud beloved president of the
institution, will be aided in the work of instruction
byan able corps of professors. Professor Judson
will take charge of the mathematical department, m
which he has already achieved so bijh a reputation.
The vacancies havo been filled by the election of two
new oOicers, both from Virginia-Professor Toy in
the department of Greek, and Professor Harris in
thit of chemistry. The former is one of the fore?
most men in the count! y in the ancient and oriental
languages. Thc theological students in Greenville
will, doubtless, claim the benefit of his instructions
in Arabic and Sanscrit, if suitable arrangements can
be made tor the performance of this double ??erviee.
The latter, a brother of Professor Harris, of'he Rich?
mond College, and a dhUmgci-hed graduate of thc
Virginia University, has been tendered a kindred
appointment in Kentucky, but has concluded to set?
tle in our state.
Having secured a strong ficulty, the board will
vi?orouely pro6C-.uto au agency to make up the re?
quisite number of bonOs. About fifty are now need?
ed. Tho public will wplcame tbe assurance that the
institution is about to resume its work, and io bogiu
at a dt finite timo. The circumstances of oar con?
dition are >-uch aa to make the maint.-nance of estab?
lishments of learning, which ore not uudor State
control, a matter o- considerable importance. A
large proportion of our people may need to resort to
them ere long, as the only available sources of edu?
cation for their children. Their services, which have
been valuable heretofore, will be likely to provo in?
dispensable hereafter. All of them-Furman Uni?
versity and Wofford a'id Erskine Colleges-aro safe?
guards and guarantees which, for our childrcn'6
sake, must bc sit-fained.
REPORTERS' CRUMDS.-St. Philip's Church
needs an organist.
Several ladies have been employed at the Citadel
in tho civil department within the past two days.
It very probable that the mandamus and 7113 mar?
ran.''! will not be heard on Sa urday, the 19th, be?
fore thc MiDreinc Cou t in Columbia, but will bo
postponed until a later day.
During the lute, cold spell, the face of a clock ui the
establishment of Messrs. AV. G. Whildeu A Co., cor?
ner of King and Beaufaiu streets, was so contracted
by the cold that tho figure V was split off.
A pair of nimble fingers managed to carry off
somo small articles from two King-3trccl stores yes?
The City Sheriff has made a return of unsatUficl
executions in his oflico for tbe years IS."'.) to ISCA
amouuting to S765 5?. and for the years 18G6 to 18C8
amouuting to SGTtH 81.
The Harbormaster collecte J from November 10 to
December ll. $430 9C.
Noone bas a right, un 1er municipil law, to sell
on tba streets without a license, and yet it is persist?
ed in by poultry venders, who invariably get arrest?
ed and fined.
Lost nijbt, at tho corner of Market and Meeting
streets, the man with tho medicine that cures "all
ills that flesh is heir to," held forth, under tho light
of flaring lamps, to a gaping crowd of dark skins,
who seemed to drink in every syllable uttered os
though it was Gospel.
Harper, Wilson A Co., a "gilt enterprise eslablish
mcnt in Now York, his been swindling a number
ot credulous porsons in Charleston,
There was an amusing pig chase ic Droud-streot
yesterday, which brought a smile on the face of
staid gentlemen, and ?oars of laughter from by?
standers generally. Various efforts were made to
head him off and check his course, but all ol no
avail, until he got caught in the wheels of a passing
buggy, when tho crowd thought they had bim in
"limbo," but he broke again, and dashed up Meet?
ing-street, leaving his parsu'.re far behind.
THE FAIR AT THE WIDOWS' HOME.-Last eve?
ning was not favorable to a successful opening of this
elegant entertainment, and yet it waa not forgotten
by those who feel an interest in the sacred cause in
behalf of which it has been inaugurated. ih:."'nr
is dee'dedly the best one the Home hus given yet,
and in the general and special getting up is a decided
SUCCOUR. The ladies who decorated tho room havo
displayed that refined tasto characteristic of the sex.
Delighting strains ?ail upo 1 the ear as one enters
thc fairy-like scene. Ihc cool and delicious bever?
age of "Jacob's Well" is the fi:st attraction.
The mun room is cire'ed with tables laboring nu?
der a multitude of rare articles. 'Tho fish of for?
tune, for a mere long, gives at los: a pcuny's
worth. To tho right ol the inhabitant of tan deep
are three et'igiers, ou whi -h are appropriately dis?
played handsome afghans, dahlia tidies, a wax
cactus, and Miss Virginia Lee, a Uno doll
and her complete wardrobe-soratogi trink,
toilet set, dressing case. Ac. She valued at S-10?,
and is to be raffled. There are also a number of
small doUs-ono a "Calais shrimper," and another
Ashby Baker, of Baltimore, Md.; a pair ofVASni rcp
reoentinj the Eeasoas; also tho head of Christ, by
Miss Boles, of this city, and a fine gold bracc'ot.
There is also lace and some tinoappliqns embroider?
ed work for book shelves, from a lady Jricud lu
Germany. A "Lady ol Fa-Uiou," from a lady lu Now
Orlcaus. The doll and iltja Virginia Loe'd wardrobe
is from a lady in New York. Min Midllelou pre?
sides at the Etayicrs
Table No. 1 is tho "Beaut fal Table," with contri?
butions from No.thcru and Southern residents Lb
Beaufort, S. C., aud friends in Philadelphia. It con?
tains confectionery, pressrves, worsted work. Ac.
all surmounted by an arch of five different varieties of
oranges, and in the rear of which is a palm -tto tree
of beautiful uuke. Mrs. Co'oael Benjamin Johusoa
TaWe No. Z, uuder thc charge of Mrs. Blackman
and Miss Anna Simpson (thc soldier's friends), con
tams a picture-a bnow Storm-by a uatiw trenlus,
who has never taken a lesson. It is aa uslcnishmg
production. Wax fruit, chini, children's dresses,
Chinese baskets, mouchoir casis, applique mats,
worsted shawls, toilet sets, and macy other rich
Table No. 3, or tho H me table, adorned with the
doll, "Lizzie of Otb.il"-a large cake tro:u Bal'i.
more, valued at $10:j, olegaut atghans, coulee'i on ory,
preserves. &c, from ladi-s iu Bultimor-aud Sew
Orleans. Misses Seabrook and Coldwe.l have this
beautifully arrangod table in charge.
Table No. A-Ornamented with shield and flags ;
motto, "Widows-Orphans-CbaiUy." Faucy ar?
ticles of all kinds, wax work by a lady cf thia city,
an oleon cross, a curiosity, and many other choice
things. This table is truly beautiful, and does credit
to Mrs. King aud Hiss DeLeou.
Then comos tho confcliouary table, that mikes
thc appetito sharpen on sight of tho tempting mor
coaux. Mi-o Palmer and Miss Uotlb.ck (lisp uio
the good th.c :? here.
The Southern Boya' Educational Society table is
tastily arning d ano adorned.
Tho Rowir of Tiuits and Flowus, and the oil wo?
man in the shoe, represented by a girlish-faec boy,
arc striking features of the display.
The Restaurant is rep'.Me with a ibstantials, aud
offers inviting dishes to tho lover of good thing*.
Imperfectly have the fa'r and its surroundings
been pictnrod, but from this e lough can bc ?loaned
to show that it is really worth a visit.
WEST INDIA FRUIT, in every variety, for
sale at Mrs. Kendrick's, No. 83 Market-street.
Card from Captain Sigwald.
MAIM Gu.uiDnjasE, December IG, 1853.
XO THE EDIIORS OF THE NEW*.
I notice in your issue of to-day a statement
to the affect tint a po'ic-man bas not Veen seen in
the western part of thc city bounded hy t' e river,
Heaufain, Pitt and Calhoun streets, tor one month.
I take it for granted that your ieformer speaks tor
himself alone, and that he must b-; naturally or
purposely blind; for on reference to my books, I
And that sentinels and mounted men have patroled
that parlicu'.ar section of the city regularly nicht
and day, and that the officers an 1 sergeants on their
round-have visited tbcui and found theai atteuuve
to their duty.
As I consider the statement a reflection on the
officers of police, and particularly ou mys:lt, I
respec'tutly ask that you will give this a place in
TUE NEWS of to-morrow.
Mos! respe ct fallv.
Y ur obedient se; vant,
C. B. OTGWAUJ.
TEM?-TINO LUNCH.- Stu Bed roast pig to-Jay
at Ft.h:eubjch'8 East Eay Restauraui.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast coiner Society
and Anson streets. Geode delivered free.
LADIES' LENCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON_Oys?
ters in tjVOiy style. Mince pies, tn-sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
PEBFCMEHY.-Every variety of tho best per?
fumery i an be had at Almar's, corner of King and
Vandorhorst streets. Neither Araby nor the Vale of j
Cashmere could compire to Aimar'.-, if dil his bottles
ALL wno arc in want of gooJ, substantial
boots and shoes call at John Commins, No. LU
Mocting-street, nearly opposite tho Market
Five cases cf yoi 'hs waterproof rubber bottom,
loug leg boots, at $1 75 per pair. Also, live cases
men's mining shojs a* $1 50 por pair.
November 30 mthG
The Recent Grear Fire in Philadelphia.
Herring's Sale Again the Champion!
Leter from T. Morris Perot k Co.
PHILADELPHIA. Twelfth Month aili, 1808.
MESSRS. TAREEL, HBRBIKO & Co., No. C2J chestnut
GENTS-1? i' with great pleasure that wo add our
testimony to the value of your Putout Champion
Safe. At the destructive tire on .Varket-v.ivet on
the evening ol'thc 3d instant, our store was the cen?
tre ot the coutltgrati in, ard being Ulled with a
large slock ot drugs, oils, turpentine, paints, var
ni-h, alcohol, fcc., made a sovo.-e and trying test.
Your Sa c stood in an exposed situation, an 1 tell
with thy buming floor* into thc cellar, on oug o
quantity of co;ubu-iib e materials. We opened i ;
next day. and found our nooks, paper?, bank not;s,
bills rocoivuble, .iud entire contents ?il sale. It is
especially gratifying to us that your Sate came out
all riiiht, as wc had entrusted our most valuable
books to it. Wo shall wan' another of your Safes in
a few duy-<, as they have our entire confidence.
T. MORRIS PEROT Sc CO.
Herring's Patent Champion Safes, the victors in
ni-re than five hundred a.-cidental tires. Awarded
tho prize mel?is at the World's Fair, Loudon;
World's Fair, New York, aud Exposition Universelle,
Manufactured and for salo by, Derriug, Farrel k
Sherm m. WALKER, EVANS J; COGSWELL,
Agent?, Charleston. S. C.
j?lilli?crij (tods, &r.
SELLING OFF f
BELOW COST ! BELOW COST!
BONNETS INT ID FLATS.
MRS. S. WATTS,
ftf o . 274 KING-STREET.
December 17 1
^ RS. M . J . Z IS R S? O W,
No. 304 K?XG-STEEET,
BAS ALWAYS ON
baud a full Stock of
the LATEST STYLES
DRESS TRIMMINGS, Madame DEMOItEST'S PA?
PER PATTERNS, kr.
DRESS M \KING attended to aa usual.
The attention of the ladies is respectfully iuvited.
November 28 Btuthlmo
A SELECT ASSORTMENT FROM THE WELL
ii. KN JWN HOUSE-) OF
LUBIN PETIT A- ROCHE TTE
COU DRAY PATE Y & CO.
RIMMEL LOU", SON & HAYDON
VIOL Ll' BENBOW
SOCIETE HYGEN1QUE BAILEY Sc CO.
CETTE FRERES BAZIN
.T?AN MARIE FA KIN A
D3.UAES0N, PETIT i CO.
AI .MA RVS PREMIUM COLOGNE WATER,
Cornor King and Vand?. rho rs i strecis.
Decsmher 17 thtmwthrmwlO
J K W E L R Y !
J"CsT RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
BROOCHES AND EAR-RINGS
LEONTINE AND VE il CHAINS
SLEEVE UUlTONS, STUDS, ic.
No a07 Bing-s ree?.
Deccmu -r 8 tuthfl mo
/ail rtiio hinter (?ooHs.
J_J O 8 I E K 1, GLOVES,
rURNISniNG GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
J O UK S. l'A JULY & CO..
A' O . 3 7 ff A Y y E- .S' T Ii E ? T,
BEG TO INVICE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
elly and country customer*, and the trade Generally,
to their complete aad attractive a?soriuieut thc
ab ive. mentioned Goods.
Cur PUR-ll A-ISO PARTNER ?3 constantly in the
NEW YORK M A>iKM, and weare thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages to our customer* .u both
Styles aud Prices.
We would also invite an elimination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE OX LY FA ''LT LES S HKI11T HAUE,
For which we are SOLE AGENTS in this ri ty.
September 24 DA." thstn.'tmo
PA Litt SIT >.) WHARF.
rHU COMMODIOUS WHAhF HAS BEEN EE
tI i.V dug out ana put in complete order,
and i;i now roa-Jy lor business. Its Wurebeusc ac
souimodatious arc uusurpassed by any wharf iu the
city. Terms liberal. A share of public patronage is
Solicited. Apply to i'HEODOEE E. CAIRNS,
December 0 wm:a3 . Wharfinger.
Pm ?nobs, (Etc.
FOP, THE HOLIDAYS
F?BCHGOTT & BROS.
WUOLESALE AXD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE,
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN* STREETS.
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OCR
t'uslomers in genera), that wc have just re?
ceived (ia addit-'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
aud FANCY SOJl Sj, a new supply suitable for the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLIN'S, Ac, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. up
ISO dozeu HOOP sKIR I'S, 50 to 60c
.0 dozen GE.SEVihVE HOOP SKIRTS, an elegant
article, 80c only
A new supply of CORSETS, 70c
utteuhrituer's celebrated French CORSET, il 00
A lull and complete assortment of German and Eug
Iish HOSIERY, from UH up
A due assortment of Ladies' and Children's Silk, Ber?
lin doih aud Lisle GLOVES, olegant destins,
und suitable tor Christmas presents.
A lot ot PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, at 75c
La-Ji. s- Velvet and Morocco POR TMO> AIES, very
A good selecUon ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TAELE DAMASKS, &c,
At thc lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that we have ar
raueed a separate department in our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
KS- ENTRANCE ON CALHOUN-STREET.
FURCHGOTT 6i BRUS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
December 14 3mo
LINEN?, DOMESTICS AND HOUSEKEEPING
lu-i and 11-4 Bleached Sheetings now offering at
lowest market prices.
J. R. READ A CO.
December 13 tuths3
LACE SPENCERS FOR EVENING WEAR, DRESS
FRINGES, Gimps and Buttons in great variety,
Gentlemen's Searls, Ties aud Cravats; Ladies' Ro?
man Scarfs and Bows, Embroidered Bets of Collars
and Cuffs, Lace aud Embroidered Haudkerchifs,
Collars, French Pomades, Perfumery, A-c.
J. R. READ A: CO.
December 15 tuths3
HARRIS* SEAMLESS KID Gt OVES (OF
which we arc sole agents for Charleston) to-day
opened, in all colors and size, both for Ladies' and
Gentlemen's wear. J. R. Rh AD k CO.
December 15 taths3
C1 OLOR ED AND WHITE CHINCHILLA CLOTH 3,
I just received.
CLOAKS TN BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH.
By J. R. 1U ADA CO.
December 13 tuths3
?GUEAP DRESS GOODS.
TT*"E INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF
[ VV FINE LRESS GOODS, which, during tho re?
mainder of the season, wc will sell at GREATLY RE?
We quote a few i ri :ns. as follows:
FINE ALL WOOL ."..'EK?NOES, at $1 per yard, for?
merly $1 25
Fine All-Wool Merinocs, at SI 25 per yard, formerly
Super All-Wool Mcrinoes, at SI 50 per yard, former?
Empress Cloths, at 90 couts per yard, formerly told
at SI to 1 23
Empress Cloths, at SI per vard, formerly sold at
$1 25 to 1 37J?
Empress Cloths, at $1 25 per yard, formcr.y sold at
SI 50 to 1 75
French Poplins, at SI per yard, formerly sod at SI 25
Wo arc ulso offering a lot of CHEAP DRESS
GOOD?. Fiaured and Plaids, at 25, 30 aud 35 cents,
worth 37 )i to 50 cents. J. R. READ A CO.
December 15 tuths3
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
THE SUB5CRTBERS HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
per Steamship Champion, a full linc of
FRENCH Dili KI.NO TIS,
ENGLISH CLOTHS, and
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Which they intend opening at astonishingly low
prices. An early call is solicited. We reel confident
that every customer will leav?i the store fully satis?
fied that wa have only slated facts.
CARTMILL, HAKBESON & CO.,
No. 254 KLNG-S TREET.
November 13 thsm
Important Announcement !
BAZA A IR/,
No. 3?3 KING-STREET.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
IWUULD R ES I- ECTFULLT INF.)RM MY NUME?
ROUS CUSTOMERS, particularly the ladies,
tnat I hive returned from New York, ria Steamer
Manhattan, bringing with mc .
Seventy-five Cases Merchandise,
comprising everything in tue NOMON, HOSIERY
and FANCY LINE.
Several lots I Will S.TI, on aud alter this date, for
LESS THAN HALF THEIR ORIGINAL COSf.
A fall linc GENTS SHIRTS, from 51 to $2 50.
A full Une Geut'-> Dickens' Linea Collars, S2 per
A full line Gent's English Half Ho?e, 40 cents
Twenty cases Ladies' Misses" and Children's Hals,
comprising Velvet, Plush, Felt, Ac. Styles: Sui.
tana, Central Park, Broadway, Grecian Betid, Vic?
toria. Cbe-ler and Pet. Prices range from 13 to 50
Ladies stud3-iug their o'vn interest will do well to
visit the BAZAAR at ouee,
THE LADIES' FAVORITE STORE.
December li _stulh5
F AINU LY BLANKETS,
JUST OPEN'LL AT
STOLI.. VVEBI? ?V CO.,
Nos. 237 AND 230 KING-STREET.
Novembe r 0
4 I.?ROE ASSORTMENT, AT
December 3 thstulino KINSMAN BROS.
THE LARGEST ASSORTM ??T IN THE STATE,
at " KINSMAN RHOS.
December 3 thstulino
OID CHAIRS AND SOFAS
EEPA IRED AT
December 3 thstuluio KINSMAN' BROS.
Butter, Bacon, Lard, ?fe.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will bc sold, TB 13 DAY, OD Brown's Wharf, l
three-quarters pas' 9 o'clock,
63 tubs BUTTER-some ch'.ice
CO tubs Prime J aird
1000 Choice Bellies and Strips
C bois. Pig Shoulders.
Conditions cn-m. December 17
Clothing, Hals, Dry Goods, Cutlery, jv.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
store, corner ol' King and ti berty streets,
Au Invoice of CLOTHING, Just received by steam
73 GENTS' OmrTH, l.'ASSIMERE AVD SATINET
FROCK AND SACK COATS
2.) Gents' Cloth Overcoats
250 pairs gents' Doeskin, Tweed and Satinet Pants
3? Gents' Cloth and Satinet Yes's
25 cases (150dozen) .Lens' and Roys Wool Hats.
An assortment of seasonable 1 RY GO ">D?,
Satinets, Jpan, Prints, Empress ?'loth, Joplin,
Long and Square Shawls, Hosiery. Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs, assorted Braid, Neck Ties, Snail's,
Belt Ribbon, Satin Head Dresses, Back Combs, Po?
On 10-MOBROW, I will sell 75 coses Boots and
Shoo6, fresh Goods. December 17
Estate Sale of Furniture.
s WM. McKAT
Will seU THIS DAY, 17th inst., at 10 o'clock, at No.
130 Mee iog-street,
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, Mattresses, Feather Pil?
lows, Glass a-- "rockery, Cooking stove, Bedsheets,
Counterpanes, Blankets, tx,
One GOLD WATCH and one Soring Cart.
Terms cash. December 17
Speiial Sale of One Hundred Cases Boots,
Brogans, Balmerah, Men's, Youth's, and
Ladies' Hats and Clothing, ??c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO,
Cash Auction Moase, No. 55 HascL-street,
Opposite f ostofflce,
WiU sell THIS DAV, at 10 o'clock,
MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS, MEN'S, WO?
MEN'S and Children's Balmorals, Gaiters, Men's
Black and Colored Felt Metria and Wool Hats, Men's
Suits, Pants and Vests, Men's Pants, Ladles'
Trimmed Hats, sc.
1 CASE SUPER 11-1 BLANKETS.
Conditions cash. December 17
Four iVb. 1 Mules arid One Horse.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auc'.ion THIS DAY, at their Office in
Brood-street, at half-past 10 o'clock,
Four No. 1 MULES and ono HORSE.
December 17 *
Dry Goods, Clothing. Hats and Caps, Under?
shirts, ?rc, Just Received per Steamship
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 17th iuhtant, at 10 o'clock, we will soil,
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
AN INVOICE OF THE MUST DESIRABLE GOODS
OF KER SJ) THIS SEASON,
CON8ISTINO IK FART OF:
BLACK AND FANCY SATINETS, Heavy Kentucky
Jeans. Black and Fancy Cashmeres, Gents' .Shawls,
Red and Gray Flannel shirts, Hickory and Fancy
Shirts, Fine Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Rib
Jackets, Breakfast Shawls, sontags, French and
Charleston Handkerchief-!, Bluo Head Handker?
chief, Mons'oud Boys'Fc:t and Wool HatB, Mens"
Cloth Caps, Childrens' Balmoral Hose, Pockot Looks,
Morocco Bags, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Worsted
Scans. Balmoral skirts, Super Plain and White Rib?
bed Hose, Clothing Ac.
Condition- cash. December 17
Closing Sale-?lilis House Furniture-In
BY JOHN G. MILNOR A CO.
To'-MORROW (Fridayl, 18th instant, at 10 o'clock,
will be sold ac the Mills House, on lower floor,
All the remaining FURNITURE uncalled fer, at the
risk and on account of tormcrpurchasers,
BEDSTEADS, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, Mirrors,
All articles sold this day will be required to bo re?
moved and paid for same day.
WILL BE SOLD AT SAME TIME,
2 elegant PLATED TBA SET.", six pieces each
12 plated Beer Mugs, with Gla?s Bottoms
Butler Dishes. E. W. MARSHALL,
December 17 As-ignee.
Mules at Auction.
BY LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
No. 30 Broad-street.
Will be sold TO-M'JRROW in front of their office
ot half pout 10 o'clock.
^ E O . H. HOPFOLK,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN H ASE LL. Cmos September 21
gHA VING AM) HAIR-CUTTING.
W . E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STBEET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STATUS).
TOGAS ?Si SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYWARD SEABROOK
H . SASS,
.4 TT ORS EY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
KS' Office No. 1)3 URO.YD-STREET, njrth side
between King and Meetina. May 8
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
April 27 Ivr
f IL LIS ev CHISOLOI.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
S HI Prise, AGESTS.
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports', ot
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. B. C3HSOLM.
II U M P H R E Y S ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BONDS. SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
Ko. 37 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMFS CONNER, T. & WARING. Esq.
Q ,T. SCI?LEPEGRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
E ET WEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSE*, SHINGLES;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, ic., con?
stantly on hand st tho lowsst market prices.
September 12 mthalyr
Vif DER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Tobias vs. Jeffords, et al.
THIS DAY, the 17th December instant, at ll
o'clock, will be sold at the Old Castoiouo?>c.
All that LOT 07 LAND, situate on the eut aldo of
East B?y-s.rreet, in ih's city, and kuoA-n la tho pam
of the said lands drawn by K. Q. Pinckney, Surveyor,
ou a resurvey dat? d February, 1850, recorded in the
office of Beg. M. C.. for Cbarlestcn DUtrict, Book A,
No. 1, page 52, by tho lotter D, cr No. 1. Measuring
on the north and somth linos each 12C feot 4 inch*s,
including therein the width of an alley way 18 feat
wide, common to this aad thu four adjoining stores
and lot of laud running from Gondron-stroet to
CordeS'Street on the west line, tronting East Bay
street 22 feet 2 inches, and on the east line 22 feet 1
inch, more or less, according to sold plan; bonn?ing
north on Uendron-street; west on East Bay-straet;
south on lot lettered D or No 2, on said plan, now or
late of the estate of Catharine Pr o: eau, and easton
land now c: late ot-Napier.
'.. Tm?-One-half cash; bi la nee in twelve months,
sec -ed by bond of the purchaser, and mortgage of
the i remises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stam. J. W. GRAY,
Dd ?moer 17 thl Master la Equity.
UNDER DECHKE IN EQUITY.
Michell, Executrix, vs. Gourdin,
THIS DAY, thc 17th December instant, -st ll
o'clock, will be sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that oua uudivilod moiety or half part of that
LOT OF LAND, designated by No, 1, in a plit of a
survey of flTe Ur.s made by R. Q PinckneT.Surveyor,
Jnne 1, 1853, with the buildings thorson, sitnaU on
the west side of Kost Bay-street, in this city, and
known by th: No. 49; measuring on said strait 34
feet 4 inches, on the south Une 121 feet 2 faunal on
thc west line 33 feet 2 inches, and on the north Une
128 feet 1 inch, be the said dimensions more or lest.
Bounding east on East bay-strest; south on lauds
formerly of John Kirkpatrick; wert and north on
lands late of the estate of Benjamin Smith.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
yean, secured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises; the bud&ingi tobe insured
and kept insured and the policy assigned. Purcha?
ser to pay for papers and stamps,
J. W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
December 17 th4
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ingraham vs. Palmer.
THIS DAY, the 17th December instant, at ll
o'clock, will be sold, at the Old Customhouse.
All that PLANTATION in the Parish of St John's
Berkeley, Charleston district, known as the Poplar
Hill Plantation, containing 1480 aeres, more or less.
Bounding north on lands of J. C. Warley and of Mrs.
Coutricur, cast on land of the esta to of J. G. Palmer,
.outh on lands of J. C.. Palmer, ant west oa lands of
the estate of Peter J Coutrieur.
Terms-Ono-thu/i casa ; balance in one and two
yean, secured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises; the buildings to be insured
and kept insured, and the policy assigned. Purchas?
er to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
December 17 th4
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY-.
Sires vs Lockwood.
On TUESDAY, the 22d D-cember next, at ll o'clock,
will be sold at tho Old Customhouse,
All that LOT,OF LAND on St. Philip-street, In
this city, with the Buildings thereon, known in a
survey of the Marion Lands, by R. K. Payne, as Lot
No, 15, measuring in front on said street 31 feet; the
same on the bick line; 208 feet on the south line, and
209 feet on the north line; bounding north on Lot
No. 14; west on Lots Nos. 4 ann 5.
All that other LOT adjoining the above and south
of it. known as Lot No. 16. measuring in fronton
St Philip-street 35 feet, ou the back lino 21 feet, and
on the north and sou'h Hues each, 208 feet; bound?
ing west on Lot No. 5, south on lot of Rev. M v.
Capers, as pt-r plat of R. K. Payne.
Ternis-One-third cish; Da'ance in on? and two
years, secured bv coud of the purchaser and mort?
gage ot the premises, with interest at seven per cent,
lier annum, payable ?uuually; the buildings tobe in?
sured and polk > assigned to the Master. Purchaser
to pav tor napers and slumps.
JAMES W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
December 17 thftu3
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Stern vs. Epstin et al.
Ou THURSDAY, 31st iusl., at ll o'clock, will bc sold
at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tao Buildings there?
on, situate ut the northeast earner of King and
George streets, In this city, measuring in front on
King-street 47 feet 9 inches, the ?ame on tho east line,
and in depth on George-atr-t t 120 feet, the same on
the north line, be the same moro or less. Bounding
north on land formerly of the estate of Toohey;
south on George-street; ea?t on land now or former?
ly of the estate of Sarah Dorrol, and west on King
Tarmi-One-third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual insta'monts, with interest at 7 per
cent, petr an cum, payable annually, secured by bonds
?f the purchaser and mortgage of tbe premises; the
bul 15:558 to be Insured arid policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers aud stamps.
J. W. GRAY.
December 10 thia 4 Master in Equity.
IN Elii IT Y-COLLi li, TON.
Thomas Pinckney vs. S. P. Bellinger, et al
Bill to Marshal Assets and Belief.
By authority of a decretal order made in the above
stated cause, I will sell before the Old custom?
house, in tho City of Charleston, on TUESDAY,
thc 29th dav of December next,
All that PLANTATION, or Tract ot Lind, known
as thc estate lands or Mrs. E. P. Pinckuoy, situated
on the Ashepoo River, and containing (765) s:-ven
hundred and sixty-five acres, one hundred and thir?
ty-five acres of which is superior rice laud, and con?
veniently situated for being watered hom the Ashe?
poo River; the bitance uplanl swamp, and is supe?
rior cotton and provision land. This Plantation offers
rare inducements to capltal'sta for gcod Investment,
being superior in quality, and contiguous to healthy
pine land settlements.
Conditions-One-third cash ; tho balance on a credit
of twelve months, secured by bond of the purchaser,
and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
for paper and stamps. B. STOKES,
C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Colleton, December 4, 1868.
December 10 th?
JUrtiotieers1 Jprioatc Sales.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Real Estate Brokers, No. 33 Broad-st.
At Private Sale
OAK GROVE PLANTATION, on Ashley River,
containing 545 acres. It is 18 miles from the city,
und has a good landing, dwolhng, barns, Ac.
December 15 tuth2
CLIFFORD & ttATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 58 Uroaii-streec.
For sale and Loase
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation and healthy locations all tae
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ia
all parts of the State.
(TTY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3mos.
Pwfls, Centrals, (Etc.
T H E, QRE ATf
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE!
?3-NO BITTERS EQUAL. TO THEM.?gar
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, M
welt known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HliRBS AND ROOTS as wih in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in thc natural channels, and give
TOSE AND VIGOR IO THE ?
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AUB FEMALE!
All Usc It "With Wonderful Sneers
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
ior SUMTER BIIIERS. so'd by Drogist*
4?*See that our signature is over the cork of coca,
bottle. DO WIE & MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August 5 8mo* Charleston, S. C