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THE DAILY NEWS.
49- LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
SEWS BEING TUE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS BAYING TBE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
?PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN.
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
HENRY COBLA & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of their store, Vendue Range, bacon, punny
cloth, kc. , .
LAUREY& ALEXANDER Will sell at 10 O'clock, at
their store. East Bav, t ale rope, twine aud groceries.
"WILLIAM MCKAT will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroo-n, Moetiog--ttrcet. furniture and bedding.
Z. B. OAKES will sell at ll o'clock, at the old Post
office, a brick dwelling.
JAMES W. G BAX will sell at ll o'clock, at the old
Postofflce, several pi6Cos ot real estate.
J. A. ENSLOW k Co. will sell at 10 o'cloc':, in front
of their Btoro, East Bav, hams and flour.
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters past 9
o'clock, on Brown's wharf, bacon, butter, Arc.
E. k A. P. CALDWELL will seU at half-past 9 o'clock,
before their ?tore, Kost Bay, tobicco, coffee, 4c.
JOHN G. MILS'OR & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
their salesroom. Meeting-street, mirro-, carpet, hats.
G. W. STEFFENS k Co. wiU ?ll at half-past 9
.o'clo:? in front of their Btore, Vendue Range, butter,
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
corner King and Liberty streets, shoes, hats and
OUB CHRISTMAS ADVEBTISEBS.-Our notices
of Christina j advertisements will be continued to?
morrow, whon all who have been omitted to-d?.y, as
well as all new ones, will receive due attention.
ORGANIST OF ST. PHTLTP'S.- The announce
m?nt in yosteraay's paper of an organist for St. Phil?
ip's Church w.i s premature. The election to fill that
position has not yet take a place.
TBD?3 TO FOBT SUMTER, ftc,-The tug boat
commanded by Captain J. J. Flynn will make trips
io Fort Sum ter and other points in the harbor of in?
terest. Fox passage, apply to the captain, on board,
or to John Ferguson, Agent, Accommodation wharf.
FUNERAL OF CAPTAIN TURNER.-Tho funeral
of Captain rhirley C. Turner was attended yesterday
by a large concourse of the respectable people of
Charleston, a gratifying evidence to his friends of
the high esteem in which he was held by the com?
THE STEAMSBD? ALABAMA DETAINED.-This
.steuner, which started from her wharf about mid?
day yesterday, for New Yoik, got a?hore on a mud
flat just below the city. She hes perfectly easy and
.caa receive no damage, but she may have tc wait a
tide or two to come off before she can pr oceed.
BEAL ESTATE SALE.-Messrs. Leitch ft Brans
sold at tho old Postofflce, yesterday, tho following
piece of property, under direction of JamesW. Gray,
Esq., Master in Equity: Plantation east side of Wap
poo Swamp, in the Parishes of St. John's Berkeley
and St Stephen's, containing eight hundred and
forty-three acres, for $500; half cash, balance in one
NEWSPAPER CONSOLIDATION.-lt is stated in
the Richmond Dispatch that the proprietors of the
Religious Herald, of tha1: city, have purchased the
South Carolina Baptist, of Anderson, S. C., and that
thesa paper? wiU be merged and issued from Rich?
mond, Va., hereafter, under the muno of the former
paper. It will be the organ of thc Carolina as wcU as
of thc Virginia Baptists. The last number of the
Baptist, however, which hos just como to hand,
makes no tr. on Hon of the change.
UNITARIAN CONFEBBSCE.-The fif'L annual
Conference of the Unitarian and other Christian
churches in the Middle and Southern state*, com?
menced its sessions in the First Unitarian church in
Wilmington, Delaware, on Thursday. In the course
-of the pro-ccdlngs Mr. N. M. Porter gave a lengthy
report of the condition of the church in Charleston,
which showed th it it laina very encouraging con?
dition, and is rapidly recovering from the shock of
the war. _
A CHRISTMAS EXCURSION TO SAVANNAH.-An
excellent opportunity is afforded to thosn persons
deiirous of see;ng our i's ter city of Savannah, to pay
it a visit during the holidays. The steamer Fannie
w ill leave Accommodation wharf on Thursday morn?
ing at ten o'clock, with the Alert Base Ball Club on
board, on their way to play ther rubber game with
the Forest City Club of Savannah. She will take in
a merry pirty of ballists at Beaufort, and a splendid
reception is expected in Favanrah. Thc fare for the
i lund trip is only $6, and passengers aro sure to get
their money's worth.
PARADE or THE COLOBED FIBE COMPANIES.
The Annual Parade, of tho colored fire companies
of this city will take place this morning. They will
assemble at Citadel Gr??n, where the procession
will be formed in tho following order: Mitchell's
Band ; Ashley Firo Engino Company, No. 9; Omet
Fi re-Engine Company, No. 6; Promptitude Fire En?
gine Company, No. 7; Niagara Fire Ergine Com?
pany, No. 8. The precession will march through
King, Hare1. Meeting, Marget East Bay and Broad
streets, to *he corner of Broad and Meeting where
they will countermarch and form in line for in?
spection by Chief Nathan.
THIS YEAR'S WTNE CROP.-We are. indebted
to the courtesy of tba Collector of the Port for the
following extract of aa official letter just received
from the American Consul at Bordeaux : "The vint?
age for the year 1868 in this deportment (Bordeaux)
has been made, and the wino crop ia both abundant
in yield and excellent in quality. Thc season bas
boon more favorable to the maturity of the grapo
than any for twenty yoars past. These new wines
command unprecedented rates, those of tho classed
estates being held at from .our to ten thousand
francs per French ton, of about two hundred and
forty Amt i kan gallons, and largo quantities have
been disposed of at these prices, with no prospect of |
an abatement in price." - .
THE STEAMSHTP NASHVILLE.-This somewhat
famous steamer, which was remarkable for her
speed when on the route between this city and New
York, before the war, which afterwards ran the block?
ade, and while engaged in that business was caught
in the Ogeechee Bivor, below Savannah, by the Fed?
eral iron-clads, and there tet?n Ure by shells from
tba Federal gunboats, burnt and sunk, has been
worked at latterly by parlies for the purpose of
wrecking, and perhaps raising her, and we notice
that they have been enabled to g*t out a part of the
cargo. The Savannah News, of the 19th inst., says:
"Sixty bales of damaged cotton, recovered by th?
divers from the sunken steamship Nashville, were
yesterday sold at auction by BeU k Huh iorS1510
Tor mo lot."
LOST AND FOUND.-In the "Lost and Found"
column of yesterday's NEWS there appeared au ad?
vertisement giving a minute description of a valu?
able watch which had been les-. Immediately be?
neath, as it happoned, was printed tho advertise?
ment of the finder of tb? s=mo watch; and tbe own?
er was gladdened yesterday by tha recovery of tho
lost property. T he promptitude of the benefit thus
conferred Illustrates tho usciulness of a piper of
lintons! circulation like THE DAILT NEWS. Thoso
who los9 anvthing, who find anything, who want
anything, or who havo anything to sell, rent or lend,
never use om columns in vam. For advertisements
of Dais character we have establi'h-d a scale of
prices so lo.v as to place tho widsspread pubheity of
this journal within tho reach of everybody who has
3ught to Fay in the ear of the great public.
THE PALMETTO LINE-THEODOH FREIGHTS.
We had ttl? pleasure, some timo ago, of announcing
tho formation of the "Palmetto Tine," by which
freight would bo transported to Mobile. Vicksburg
and Kew Orleans without breaking bulk. The first
.cars ot tho line have been ?ont out from this city,
and will soon be reloading with cotton on the banks
of thc MississippL On thc firs! trip th? time from
New York io Rome was four days, and to Selma aud
stations on the St Ima, Rome and Dalton Railroid,
and Mcildian Railroad, only five days. These facts
show ihc advantages of this cow route, and that it
must in time become an important element in^ur
through trade. A ireight car of thc Vicksburg and
Meridian Railroad is now near the down freight
depot of the South Carolina Raihoad, thc same
having come through from Vicksburg with bulk
? cotton for Charleston.
THE COMLXG CHRISTMAS
Wonder* of the Shop Window?
parutions tar the Holiday s-Wh
go and what to Buy-A' Chapl
the Little Folks, and Hinte ft
The approach of Christmas senda the
co mmunity out shopping. Old and youn;, I
and singlo, gay and grnvey'withoutdistinctioi
or color," us our law-makers say, have all i
some token of affection or kind remembrance
one old enough to think is driven to the self
galion: "l'or whom should I prepare a Ch
gift ?" This brings to miDd every loved one,
old and neglected friendships, suggests the r
wrong done and duties omitted, and beckon:
ty to the council board to ? elect
beneficiaries. There are few so d<
as not to bo able te recognize tho c
by some token, however simple, o:
and devotion. The necessity of "shoppln
Christmas gifts would be greatly lightcnec"
purchasers knew where to go to find exactly
desired, instead of tramping hour siter hoi
day after day, among the various stores tc-I
^y personal observation what is to be had ii
For this reason, not only tor the gratification
readers, but for the benefit of our odvertisi
shall make up from day to day, our "Christo
rectory," giving in brief o summary of what <
our regular advertisers hus to offer, suitable
season. In doing this, we do not intend to ui
discriminate, but shall notico each ono aa rapi
our spoce for this purpose will permit.
Among the many brilliant displays in cur
for the Christmas holidajs, that at John Buss;
perhaps, os magnificent as any. Here are b. o
laney articles in endless profusion. In mai
stances nothing can be more suitable for a p
than a book, and liUBSell has them to suit a
and all conditions. Many of tho volumes la
on his tables are marvels of beauty and olei
Among these we may mention "Gray's Elegy,'
beautiful colored illurtraiions; "Tennyson's JE
with Gustavo Doro's wonderlul illustrations
others, so exquisitely complete in every part
as to claim our admiration and wondor. Bi
these, there are family Bibles, prayer and
books, poet and p: oso writers, and every sta;
author, all bouud so handsomely and appropri
and, at the same time, at such remarkably low p
as to make them just the things for pr?tent*,
juvenile stock is complete in every particular,
dreds of books tor boys and girls of all ages, so
them illustrated by Ihe best artists of the worh
laid out to tempt pirenls and friends to pure
and it is a b-mpta?on to put such books iul
hands of our chUdron, to do them a bench; i
will be everlasting. These books vary in price
ten cents to ten dollars.
A large assortment of handsome holiday gift
bc iound at Aimar's drug store, corner or Kio,
Vaaderhorst streets, including fine toilet sets <
acmian glass, vases, puff boxes, Lubin'sext
toilet powdort, toilet bottles. Coudray's ext
soaps, pomades and cosm?tique-; ivory brusl
finest quality, dressing combs, cdor casos, glov
handkerchief boxes, presentation dram flask
gentlemen, cigar stands, tobacco boxes, B'iu
and Low'6 cxtrac's for the handkerchief, with
supply of fine perfumery, toilet powders, kc
Panknin's, in Meeting-street near Merket,
w? il established reputation in the same linc,
stoc k of imported perfumeri? s and tollet artic
not excelled by that of any deiloriu the south.
There is no season so suggestive as Chris
week of fine groceries and the filling of tho la
Every housekeeper will ?nd it necessary to mal
allst cf Christmas groceries, which can nowhe
found of l<ettcr quality or cheaper than at Grui
at the old stand on Kmg-strect, ao well knov
ante-bellum times us N. M. Porter's.
Corwin's magnificent and spacious store in 1
street, just above the head is already wool knox
our citizens for it; immense stock of fine groe*
A perennial Christmas seems to reign in its wini
and on its well filled shelves.
The storeE of the PiOLeer and Mercantile Co-c
alive Associations, the former at the corner ol
ket and Meeting streets, and the latter at thc co
of King and Calhoun streets, ore also fully stol
withiLefrethe.it and nicest groceries. At all t
establishment?, thero are to bo found every soi
Christmas good-, from delic'ous mtncc-mcal
'ihe juveniles are usually sulky all Christ
week if they don't hate their stockiigs prop
filled on Christmas day. Purcnts shoul? beor
in mind, and to Insure the best of humor should
in a store of the good things which are to bc to
at Kinsman's on King-street, at Marion's just 0]
rito, or, higher np, at the scarcely less eclebn
candy factory of Fleming's.
The grand bizaar of Voa Panton is generally
mitted to be; ? off the palm in the toy and fa
gooda. Here Santa Claus seems to have fixed
headquarters. Kinsman and Marion, also, bav
veiy tempting array of toys, including a Lumbe
curious novel tie?.
For tho freshest and best fruits of jil kinds ant
any quantity, we caa confidently refer our read
to our friends, Weh h k Brontes, on tho Bay.
Champagne is at present in great demand fir
approaching holiday feasts. Ihe brand of Bom
Fils ?t Co. is just now decidedly and justly I
Anything that you can afford to give, from al
ger ring to a silver service, can be had at the w
known jewelry' establishment of James AUan, 1
Dry goods moke up well for wife and little on
and fancy goods aro always acceptable. Furcht
of Lcuis Cohen, be'ow tho bend of Kiog-stroet.
Uhere is nott-hg liko buying ?j very thing y cu wa
at ono place. Messrs. Furcbgott te Brothes, c<
ner of King and Calhoun streets, have ("ry gooi
shoes and l?ncy Christinas presents.
Say what you may to the contrary, the lat ios w
goto Stott, Wo". bk Co.'s to buy their dress goo
>or the Christmas holidays.
Miss R. A. Murtland, milliner, ct No. SOS Kin
street, is proparcd to supply any special demai
that iray be created by tho holidays tor articles i
The wiso man always gives his children book6 an
pictures. They aro more valuable thau toys, ai.
cost less. A supply is olwovs on hand at Courd
nay's. No. 0 Broad-street.
Elegant assortments of stationery, in handsom
boxes, beiutitul engraving! and a few toys, for sal
by Walker, Evans k Cogswell.
A good Christmas i-resent tor the whole family i
a subscription to the new family paper, Hearth am
Ton cannot please your wife, mother, sister o
daughter better thaa by a prcsont of a Willcox J
Gibbs sewing machine, from the agency of Mr. D
B. Haselton, No. 307 Eiug-stroct.
Have your dining-room floor clean on Christmai
day by thc UJC of Bayne's India Bubbor scrub, to bi
had from Holmes 4: Calder, No. 203 East Bay.
Pen ki-ivts, plated ware, and a variety of other ar
tides suitable tor holiday gifts, muy be bought low
at Messrs. Hart & Co.'s, corner of Kirg and Markol
Firearms, suitable for celebrating Christmas, as
well as for moro usoful and IOJS harmless purposes,
may be had from J. H. Hanpoldt, No. 110 Meeting
Christmas suits for ger.tlcmon and boyR at 0. E.
and A. S. Johnson's, No, 315 K'ng-slrect.
The fine yacht E'.cinor can be chartered by parties
wishing to celebrate Chrislmas by a sail around thc
A photograph is always an nccex table present to
relatives and friends;, but the exquisite chromo lith
ographs done by (Jumby, K ng-stroct, opposite
Hasel, are espec?lly worthy or being selected as gifts
for Christmas diy.
Tou can afford a bushel of apples f>r your Christ?
mas dinner, if you buy from Moffat & Wharton, No.
22 East Bay, at SI por hundred.
If you wont a bright cbris'mas evening at home,
have gas fixtures put up by P. L. G util, min, No. 110
Christinas dinner is noshing without Iruit, Messrs.
Bart k Wirth, Nos. 55 and57 Market-street, advertise
every variety at low prices.
Tho dessert is the best port of a Chrislmas dinner,
and tho fruit is tho best part of tho dessert. Mrs. C.
D. Kendrick, No. 83 Market-street, will supply tho
demand at reasonable rates.
The various preparo: ion* of tobacco aro accept?
able luxuries to mes: men. Ii vou wish to g.ve
your smoking friends a (thristmn6 treat, consult
Mr. L. Lorentz, who la selling off cheap for tear of
the now tax.
Havana tobacco and cigars are universally ac
knowledge} as the best. Mr. E. Salas makes Hav?
ana c gars In Charleston, and sella them cheap. i
Dress neatly pn Christmas .day, and purchase your i
fnrnlsbing goods at Scott's Star Snirt Depot, Meet- i
ing-street, above Market. i
Elegant snits of clothing for gentlemen and youths i
for full dress, sporting or business purposes, can j
always be had at Messrs. George Little & Co.'s. No. i
213 E ing-street. '
Cakes, pies and Other go?d things are offored at i
Vou Santeu's old stand, in K'ug-sh-eot, where a 1
branch of Claussen's steam bakery bas been recently I
Boys wouldn't think that Christmas was Christ?
mas without fireworks, aud tho best way to convince '
them that Christinas is Cbriaimis is to patron ze 1
the Mercantile Co operative store, omer of King 1
and Calhoun streets.
Gold witches, brooches, bracelets, finger rings, 1
trinkets, and the whole list of jewelry and laney ar- 1
tides suitable for Christmas presenta, arc off.red for
sale low by Mr. James E. Spear, Kiog-6tre.'t, oppo- '
PERSONAL.--Mr. A. A. Rice, formerly Super
intoident of thc Express Company's Office in
Charleston, and who has bern sojourning of late in
Florida, is now visiting thc city, and is much improv- i
ed in health.
Mr. CD. Owens, Agont of the Albany and Gulf
Bailroad. is in the rity and stopping at the Charles?
TOM THUMB'S TUBNOUT.-The tiny equipapo,
surmounted with liveriod drivers in their cornel ed
chapeau, powdered wig, velvet knee breeches, kc,
drawn by a pair of small Shetland ponies ia silver
mounted trappings, went through the principal
streets yesterday morning. A number ol small boys
with tin tiumpets surrounded the "box," and at?
tracted a considerable crowd.
UNITED STATES MAIL TO WALTERD ?RO', COL
LETON COUNTY -We loam that the complain! of tho
great delay of mads from Wallerbor.'* to this city,
occupying thirty-five bou s, has been remedied, Spe?
cial Agent Nason luv i j g made arrangements for a
new schedule, to go into effect on the 28th instant,
by which mails will leave Walterboro' at eight A. M.,
and arrive in this city at four P. M.. occupying only
eight hours each way.
SALE OF CITY, STOCK.-Mr. Louis D. DcSaus
sure sold yesterday, at tho old Postoffice, $10,931
worth of city stock, at the following prices, viz:
S5310, advertised, at 60 cents; $883, not advertised,
at 60 cents; $1000, tot advertised, ot G9,<a cents;
S2000, not advertised, ot 59 cents. All of thc above
was old issue. He also disposed of $1756 of new
issue at C9 cents. It was principally bought for in?
TOM THUMB'S ENTEBTAINMEXT.-Hibernian
Hall was crowded last night by an cager throng
anxious to witness thc strange appearance and won?
derful doings of the representatives of Lilliput, 't hc
children arc General Thumb's favorites and chiof
supporters, and they were present in forco last
night. Nevertheless, there wero also a large number
of grown people, and tho entertainment of the min?
iature ladies and gentlemen was of such a varied
and interesting character that all were delighted.
A DABING BUBOLABY.-A burglar succossful
ly ontercd tho counting room of John Tourney, Esq.,
East Bay, Sunday night, aud forced through thepau
neling with a large augur, and offoctcJ an entrance
to the stairway leading tc the office of Messrs. James
Adgor&Co., agenlsof the Nev York steamship line.
Ho ransacked Mr. Tourney's private drawer, aud
went up into Messrs. Adger & Co's, office, and re?
tired without taking a thing. He left behind him a
set of bran now burglar toola. Thero was no trace
whatever of how the entrance into Mr. Tourney's of?
fice was made. He must have been frightened off
before he accomplished bis parp?se.
THE WIDOWS' HOME FAR*-There was a
very good al tend ince last oveniug. Mrs. Colonel
Johnson's table was additionally adorned with two
valuable boxos sent to thc Boaufort table by .?.orill?
era friends. Photographs of thc old woman in the
shoe, by Qulnby, aro admirable, aud exhibits to ad?
vantage thc delicato faco of the bright-eyed young?
ster who porsonatss thc old woman IU this quaint
charac'or. Ihe Southern boy's educa ional table
has been photographed by Cook in fino style. Tho
iestaurant bad somo fine oysters from Louis
Kcnacke. A Chiistmas tree will bo exhibited on
TueBday evening, and on Wedne=day oveniug thc
elegant prizes will bo distributed. That is the night
for thc chfdron. Thc Fair wdl bc opeu again to
day and this evening.
REPOBTEB'S CBUMB3.- The fair of the Sisters
in Sum'er is in successful progress.
Ihts aftorneon the colored fite department parade
through the principal streets, and will bc inspected
at tho comer of Broad and Meeting streets by M. H.
Ihe universal tooting heard in thc streets, says a
friend, has ?o disgusted the "big hom" in thc city
railway, that lt has been silent for several days.
Read the advertisement of the base ball club, in
another column, for par tic ul rs of thc visit to Sa?
Everybody Ls asking everybody where and how
they intend to spend Christmas.
The City Hospital, Mazyck-strect, airea ly as neat
as a pin, is getting an extra coat of whitewash.
The horses uttoche? to car No. 32 broke loose yes?
terday morning, and rau down Rutlcdgc-strcet to
Broad before th:-y ?ero overtaken. No damage
Last week two murderers and seven i etty thieves
were transferrc.1 from the Charleston Jail to ihe one
in Beaufort, to stand trial for their crimes and of.
A great crowd gathered round the Hibernian Hall,
yesterday afternoon, fo seo Tom Thumb and party
go in and oat the hall, where he gave o..e of his
levee?. Thc C-cuerai's pres ncj herc pat the yoong
ones "all agog."
The St. Andrew's L'dgC had a flue supper last
night at the Pavilion, got up in Butterfield's best
Thc Sanders' cliiidron, from Wilmiuglou, N.C.,
referred to yesterday as having b.-cn most shame?
fully deserted by a heartless father, t irncd out to be
runaways, and have boon turned over to thc Mayor
tor euch disposal of them os ho moy deeiu prndent
A colored man, who was accidentally shot in the
foot, in the suburbs, a few days ago, was carried to
thc City Hospital, where he re:clvcd attention.
Magistrate Knnopaax h:ld an inquest yesterday,
over the body of a colored child, ace dentally smoth?
ered in bed by its mother on Sund .y morning, at
the comer of King and Laaiboil slrects.
Tho boat rcloiTCd to iu Tun NEW;, somo tims ago.
as being built by a profes-ion il gentleman of this
city, has bcou gomulcted, and is a modal of naval
architecture. It baa two kool?, and a wheel witb
twelve iuch stroke in the centre; two rudder', and
ampio accommodation for pass-ug-rs. li draws |
four inches of watt r.
IIOTHL ARRIVALS.- t'/mrlestor. //o'c-De?
cember 21.-W H Jackson, City; i has M Cresswell,
and W II TuJccs, Abbeville, s Cj S H Pendleton and
Jacob Rom.'. New Turk: J i" Johnson, S; Lairs; R E
Blankenship and i' J Burr. Richmond; Chas O
HeJffS, V?; S G Whitney and li K Pratt. New York;
J P Martin, D s A; z II ; orton and'Mr sud Mrs! F
Bull, New York; ll H Palmer, N C; U T Gist, Fla; h
Blower, N C;Mr ard Mrs P H Mian?, N Y; T Btl?Uby
Jamison, En rope; W A Street and Mrs (VJ Street, NY;
F N Datou, Englaud; Arthur Ba nwell. Savannah;
J J Upham, Ctty; W B Clitz. V < A ; TC Weathorl",
Marlboro'; Geo S Cameron, City; John Bngsley.
West Poiut; B Hawkins, La fay ct to; J Sulsbacker
Columbia; W J Vernon, V Cay IPlotl and ?ire, N
Y; Wm B Cndsr.mtl aud wile, O D Du Inf/and wifo,
Pcun; W Williamson, Florence; X Campbell and
wife, NY; C F Ashe, E H.'.sxaau au?! wife, C; J
AWilsou, sentry Hill; HP Heriot, C lorgeiowu.
Pavilion Jlotfl.-V M Brown, \Vil1n1113toK-; RU
Draper, Cordesville; R C Patterson and Wu: M iE .J.
Gaine-ville, Ila; F Bot! lin. lacksonrille; " G Cha 1
wick.Ncw Yok; D McPn'?-r, F.orid :E?u ?, Noilh ?
Caiolma; J D Juues. J Rawls, V j Loe, \ \f Hoi- .
laud. Georgia; -Mrs M E Lone, li li Laue, ">lr Crain, .
Mrs Farrell tuti ch'ld. Flo ida; J M Burger, city; i
J Steele, J W Cook, L Frill c.. Allen, John's Island ; I
J E Wingate, Florence; u D Finley. Columbia; .) t?
Parler, A G Jacobs, New York; X Murphy, South
Carolina; Joho M Curl.n, New Jera;;-; J I .T?nnings,
Midway; H J Hoarse. Barnwell; W C Cell, Florida:
Mrs R Jackson, Chester; W G UiB'.'y, George's Sta?
tion; S Y ZabrisUc ond wife, Hacbinsicir, N Y; Rister
Hinds, Marion; W L Blomlon, J L Davis, Barnwell.
M cr.DEB AT MOSCK'S CORNBB.-A runioT waa
ifloat yesterday that a murder had been committed
it Monde's Corner, under thc following circum?
stances: Two white men were fir ing.at a mark, while
mother tallied the result. When the shooting was
concluded, the tally-keeper remarked to one of the
naen that he had been beaten by another, whereupon
some harsh language ensued, which resulted in one
of them seizing a gun near by and shooting the other
In tho head, killing him instantly. Thc murderer
bad not been captured up to yesterday, although
the affair happened lasi Friday afternoon.
CLUBS AND STABS.-John Davis, for stealing
wood from Mr. Brookbanks, in Meeting-street, was
sent to the House of Correction for two days, oa
bread and water.
William Fraser, colored, for committing anassanit
md hattet y on Joseph Magdl, In King street, was
lined S10, and turned over to a magistrate.
Joseph Magill, who wis arrested on the same
:harge, at the instance of Fraser, was released.
Nathan Jacobs was caujrht peddling IOWIR without
? license, and, with the following cases, will be heard
this morning :
William Ansley, colored, resisting the police.
Frank Rivers, colored, could not account for a bag
of cotton in his possession, and was held to answer.
FRENCH CONFECTIONEBY, cryatalized fruits
and imported fancy boxes for Christmas prosentF,
at KINSMAN BROS.
J3ecembor22 . 2
Do YOU WANT a stylish hat for Christmas
times ? Buy a silk beaver from C. H. Johnson, No.
2G9 King-street. He has the latest style on hand.
PRIVATE RESIDENCES FOB SALE.-Mr. Louis
D. DeSaussure u?vortises for sale a long hst of pri?
vate residences situated in various parts of the oity.
It would seem as ir this wero the fame for men with
a small cash capital t J purchase houses in Charles?
Go AT ONCE and secure a chanca at that beau?
tiful music box, playing ten opera airs, with bells,
drums and castauets, to be drawn for on Christmas
day. There are only a few chances left. Von San
teu's is the place.
Deccmbei 21 i
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeist corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
FOB ANY DESCRIPTION of felt bat, including
tho ?fashionable Alpine, and caps in ?tcQ variety
and nun_ber, drop in at C. H. Johnson"* No. 2C9
King-street, the hnttcr of Charleston.
COURTENAY, NO 9 Broad-3trcct, has just re?
ceived a splendid assortment of Playing Curds,
Pocke! Books, and Diaries for 18GD.
December 21 2
YOUNO MEN I Remember your sweethearts.
Toko heed I Santa Claus expects you to call on him at
his headquarters. No. 229 King-street, Von Santcn's
Bazaar. He hos specially provided for you with the
most beautiful presents, and will sell thom to you
cheap. 4 December 21
IF YOU do not know what to buy, go to Von
Santcn, No. 229 King-street, at once for consultation.
Be has been Santa Claus' special agent for Charles?
ton, South Carolina (excepting during thc late un
ploasantuoss), for over twenty yoars, and knows ex?
actly how to please the most fastidious.
December 21 4
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in tveiy style. Mince plc?, in sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and choco'atc at all hours. Icc cream every
IF YOU WANT to raako your lady-fiiend a
present of beauty and value, got a set of lure Irom
C. H. Johnson, No. 2G9 Ktng-strcct, where the finest
and best in ihc city are kept.
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS.-Now is thc
limo to remember your it-lend-. Mr. Von Bauten
Will opon this day porno beautiful Roods suitable tor
Christmas presents. Grandpas and grandmas, fath
er.-1, mothers, sons and daughters, e ld and young, can
get BU- ted at Von Sanic-n's Bazaar, No. 223 King-street.
His stock of new goods just opened are beautiful.
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS
Of all Denominating.
kopt on hand and for sale by
HUGER ir RAVENEL,
Brokers and Dasuranco Agents,
No. CO East Bay, corner Exchange-street.
December ll ftn2mo3
CHRISTMAS MINCE PIES.
FAMILIES WISHING MISCE PIES FOR CHRIST?
MAS DINNER, should lcavo their orders on or
baiorc Thursday, thc 24th inst.
December 22 2 KINS HAN BROS.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
A LL THAT ARE INTENDING TO MAKE
J\. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS should not fail lo
exiimiuc our well selected steck, cousis'iun of :
TOILET SEl\S AND VASES
china Cups and Mugs
Smoking Sets and Ash Cuns
Wix and China Dolls, of every style
Ladies' Work Boxe.* and Writing Deslc-i
French Fancy Boxes for Confectionery
ticiii.au J aucy Baskets.
TOYS OP'EVEB? DESCRIPTION.
FUBXCH COX FECTIO.% E lt V.
Thi* larco a -sorlmeiit wc are offering at a small
advance above cost.
December22 2 KI.VSRI.VN Illitist.
(MMN 0 STEAM BAKERY,
Ko. 200 KING-STREET,
(JT?. VON SAN TEN'S OLD STAND.)
rpiTE SUBSCRIBER WOULD HEREBY INFORM
j. his numero as customers th;.t he has ju-t up a
eil a BLANCH OE HIS STEAM BAKEttY at the
above place, where ca:: bo liad FRESH BREAD, of
all description:, ru ruing e.' d noon. Also, .-ill aorta
of tine atnie ur.. - CAKES. Bl.-CCII'S, CRACKERS,
TAKT i, Pills, p.vsI RY an.l CONFECTlONKlilES.
Tastetullr dressed Cakes for weddings and other
pcriios punctually ulled to tim satisfaction < t cl.
All older? fir CrackeiS, fcc., fcc f.ir tho Office in
Market-street, left as ih'.s place, will be punctually
intended to. J. C. II. Cf,\LICHEN.
No. IO Market and Wo. 2'jJKiDg ctrects.
/ttl! ani) ??in?cr (Dauiti.
TT O S I CHI, GLOVES,
FCT.NKiriXfi GOOD!. TAILORS TRIM?
MING.-:!, FANCY GOODS. AND SMALL
JO IIS !??. FA I ULY ?i cv.,
N 0 . J 7 II A Y JV E - S T E E E T,
DUO TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
?tty and country cuR'i?nur\ and the trad . iwieral'.y,
to their commets a id ::::..j':vc atsoruaent ul tho
ibavo incnUoneJ >Tood%
Cur PUE-.'H v PiRTNEH is constantly In the
MEW YORK MA?'K;a.a:.d waar? rberoby enabled
?o offlct iKcoliur ad vantages to our customers ?ii b'.'.h
s auJ Prices.
We. would also iitv?c au elimination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ABJU3?ISC
TUE OXLT FAULTLESS SKIRT MADE,
For which we are SOLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 nae thstu3mo
l.VDE lt DECIiEK IN K ti VIT V
Sires vg. Lockwood.
THIS DAT, the 22d Drcemler inst,, at ll o'clock,
will rte sold at the-Old Customhouse,
All that LOT .OF LAND ou St. Philip-street, in
th's city, with the Buildings thereon, known in a
survc/ of the Mar'.on Lands, by K. K. Payne, os Lot
No. 15 measuring m iront on said street 34 feet; the
same on the bick Une; 208-feet on the south linc, and
209-feet on the north Urie; bounding north on Lot
No. 14; west on Lots Nos. 4 and 5.
All that other LOT adjoining tho above and south
of tt. known as Lot Ko. 16, meiiBuring in front ou
St Philip-street 35 feet, on the back liue 24 feet, and
cn the north and south liacs each, 208 feet; bound?
ing west on Lot No. 6, south on lot of Btv. Mr.
Capers, as per plat or B. K. Payne.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in on: and two
years, secured by oond of the purchaser and mort?
gage ot the premises, with interest at seven per eent.
per annum, payable annually; tho buildings tobe in?
sured and policy assigned to the Master. Purchaser
to pay for papers ann stamps.
JAMES W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
December 22_tu tm"
VAIDER DECKbE CN EQUITY.
The Protestant Episcopal Church of the Par?
ish of St. Philip's vs. Suures.
THIS DAY, 22d December, at ll o'clock, will be
sold near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, wilh the Dwelling House
of wood and other buildings thc-roon, situate on the
west side of St. Philip-street, designated on the plat
of St. Philip's Church land, modo by R Q. Pinckney,
16th August, 1852, and recorded in tho office cf the
Reg. KL C., i karlo non District, in plat book A, No.
1, page 126, by tho letter E, measuring in front on
said street 40 feet, by 130 feet in depth, moie or lens;
bounding north on lot matked D on said plat, the
property of Saunas ; east on St Philip-street, and
south on lot marked F, the property of Jamos Mel?
vin; and to the west on lot marke t No. 0 on said
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of |
ono, two and three years, with interest from day of
sale, payable annually; secured by bond of tho pur?
chaser a id mortgage of the premises, buildings to
bc insure-1 and the policy assigne I. Purchaser to
pay for papers and sta r.?,?. ! J. W. GRAY,
Decembrr 22 wutul Master in Equity.
VADER DECKEE IN Fl Q, IT TV.
Keeler vs. Hey ward.
THIS DAY, the 22d December, nt il o'clock, will
be sold at tb? Old Customhouse,
All those two PLANTATIONS commonly caUcd
Livingston aud Bugbce, situate on tho south aide of
Ashcpoo River, in St. Bartholomew's Parish, folle?
t?n District, containing 620 acres nf Swamp Land,
more or loss, aud 415 acres of High Land, more or
less, according to a luto survey thereof made by Jno,
A. Michel, Surveyor; bounding north on the Oaks
plantation aad Ashopoo River; south on Lallo Creek
aud Feo Form plantation, belonging to James M.
Rhett; west on Fee Farm and Fraser back water
canal, and east on Asbepao River; also, all thai
STnlP OF LAND, reserved by R. B. Rhett in his
conveyance ot tho Fee Farm plantation to James
F. Rhett, for ihe purpose of Hlak ng a road through
thc said Fee b arm plantation, lor the use of the Liv?
ingston and Bugbee plantations, consisting of 50 feet
of Land in width irom the point designated in the
plat aforesaid, and oo tho Fee Farm plat, to the pub?
lic Ashepoo Neck road.
All that TRACT OF LAND known os tho
"McDonald Traot," situate on Ashep-o River;
bounding north on lands ol' William Bellinger, routh
by Fcc Form, east by lands of Robert Cbisolm and
wost by Dram Field, containing 300 acres, more or
Terms-'''nc-third cosh; balanceen a credit of ono,
two and three yo irs, with interest poyuble annually,
to bo secured by bond of tho purchaser and mort
ea.'C of tho promises sold. Purchaser to pay tor pa?
pers aud stumps.
J. W. GRAY, Matter iu Equity.
December 22 situl
UN UK ll II IHC li Eli IN ElMiVITT.
Gtttewood vs. Schirer.
On THURSDAY, tho 31st December, at ll o'clock,
will bc sold at thc Cid Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, sit?ate ou thu north side
of Queen-street in this city, containing in front ou
said stroct 28 feet; on the back lim 27 met 4 inches,
more or loss; and in depth 120 feet more or less.
Botiudiug north on St Philip's churchyard ; oast ou
lot formerly bt-louginj to A. Sasportas, now to Blau
denu; .otith on (?uecu-strcet, und west ou lot for?
merly of A. Sasportas, now of Harrison,
Term--One th rd ?tsh; b?;dn?e Jn one nn>i two
WaT.'.; secured by build of thc pureba K r and racrt
trag3 of tho premises sol 1, with interest from day of
sale, payable annually. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
Deccmoor 15 tu3thl Master in 1-quity.
7XLNe.fi DECREE .IS KCil'ITY.
Mood vs Quinttn.
On THURSDAY, (ho 3Ist December, at ll o'clock,
will bc sold, near thc UH Cusiomhouse,
All that LOI' OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, siiuato on tho cast fide of Norman-stieet, Upper
Wards of this city, marked No. 7 on a plat of B. E.
Payne, datPd 19!h April, 1R.V2, aud roi-orded iu tho
office of Register Mesne Couvcyauca, ollie . Charl- s
ton liisirict, mci:-uriu-j In fi om on aal-i atreet 40
feet, and in ?Vpth I'll) feet, moro or less. Bounding
west on Noim in-aticu*, north on Lot No. 0, easton
Lot No. 8, and south ou Loti Nos. 45 and 46 on the
above named plat.
Toims-One-third cash; balance in ono au el two
years, the credit portion to bo seouroil by bond and
mortgage of thc prcm sos tho buildings to bc insur?
ed and kept insured and the policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. G lt AY,
Docc-m'irS tullul Muster in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
John J. Trusscl vs. Benjamin Freeman and
u-ije, Executor, et al.
On TUESDAY, tho Sth January next, at ll A. M., will
be sold near the old Customhouse in charlo-lou,
All that LOT. PIECE OR PAltCEl. OF LAND with
tho DWELLING HOUSE AND OUlBlTLDINGS
thereon, situate lying and being on tho eart aide of
King-street, near Lino-strcot, in thc upper Ward?,
knowu by thc No 19 in a plat ot thu Limcbousc
land, B. aud B ; north on lot No. 21, east on lot No.
26, south on lot No 17, and wes; on King-street
nontuinin^ on Elng-atroet 31 feet, on thc back linc
30 feet, and in depth from oast to weat 97 ?dot and 6
Terms.-One-fifth cash; the balanco on a crodit of
1,2. 3 and 4 years, by bond, with interest annually,
secured by mortgage of the property, insurance ol
tlic building and assignment of the policy. Purcha?
ser to pay for popers ted stamr-s.
JAalES W. GRAY, Ma;ter iu Equity.
D;combor 15 tul7
UNDER. DECKE 12 IN EQUITY.
Gruy, Master in Equity, vs. II tty cr, et al.
On THURSDAY, tho 7!h January next, at ll o'clock,
will bu told at the Old Citstomhou e,
All that valuable PLANT iTiO:?' --iuiata in St. Pe?
ter's rnri?b, Beaufort Districts. C.; bounding ou
Bice Hope, Fife ami Clydesdale or Neville Planta?
tion, known as V.urra lull, au i containing 600 acres,
more or less, as will more tully appear by reference
to a plat ol the sum? by J. N. Danillou.
Terms-ono-foutth cash; balance in 1,2 and li
years, with Interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually. The credit ror lou to be secured by boud ol
the rm reba* cr and mortgage of the pl utaiiou said.
Purchaser lo pay ?ot papers and st imps.
J. W. GRAY, Master iu Equity.
December 15 tut th
(ilolljiiuj cn? /ornis?jinfl (Docto.
ESTABLISHED EN 1843.
O. E. & A. 8. JOHNSON,
31 \ NITA CT CUE RS OP
Gout's You?hs' ami 17 ecdmcii's
REA DY-MA DE CLOTHING
AT THE OLD STAND.
A'o. 213 Klug- t.. Upposit; Soclcty-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM IMS DA IE IO
c-rr;.' ou.- usui! FALL ANO WINTER CLOTHING,
of eur own BO] 'ctio.-, au-1 manufactured by our?
selves ia i liarles) ?n.
As regards qtutlily ?nd s:;-lr. MC arc confident our
Goods ?ill compare favorably iu overy lespcct with
any U- use iu tue southern Country, bo:h for chea?
nen omi durability. Wc have slsi a largo stock of
Sell's Furnishing; Goods iu torc.
To our Mends and fortier p.tr;::s. and i y thc
Trade in general, wc extend a cardia! inviiati n lo
examino ocr f-tock, .ind solicit their t-r.lcis.
SATIN B l' PANTS.$2 00 to $ 100
COLO KED CASSIM EKE l'A Ni I 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PAKTS.3 00 lo i 50
BLACK (JASSIHEBE PASTS. ...5 TO to 10 00
l ors PANTS.2 0;) to 5 00
HOY' - StrI L'S .?00 to ll 00
COLORED SA UNR? SACKS... .? 00 to 10 00
COLOREDCAsSlliEUKSACKS SOO lo Di 00
BLACK 01.0i'll FROCK COATi.7 DO to 28 00
COLORED CASSI.MERE VESTS.2 00 to ? 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS..SOO to 20 03
ibo Qonuiue SxAU BRAND SHIRT always on
DEA WEBS OF A?.L GRADES, SI 50 to *3.
MERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to S2 00.
Our terms are CASH, or city acceptance.
November 23 Imo
Butter, Hams, Strips, Bellies, ??c.
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
THIS DAY, in front of tbeir store, No. 30 Vendue
Range, at half-past 9 o'clock,
50 kegs and rubs CHOICE BC)TER
300 (cmvased) Hams
200 choice X. Y. Pig Hams
3000 ponnds Strips
5 boxes Bellies
10 tierces D. 3. shoulders
10 drums Habe
25 bbls C Sugar
10 bbls (Fine) Flour.
Bale Rope and Twine.
Bi LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the 22d instant, will be sold, in Iront
of our store, ot 10 o'clock.
75 colls XXX Paragon Greenlea!" Kentucky HEMP
30 coils Bale Rope
20X0 lbs. Bagging Twine.
Conditions cash. December 22
Washington Hams, Strips, Bellin, Sides, J/c.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 22d instant, will be sold in our store.
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clo.k,
200 Wasl?ngton HAM8, small size
20U choice New York Sugar-cured Strips
210 BelUcs and Clear sides
400 Barns, second qu-lity
500 Shoulders, second-quality
25 bbls.'Potatoes, in, ?ne order
10 bbls. Vinegar
300 reams Wrapping.Paper.
Conditions c ssh. December 22.
BY R. Sc A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 22d inst., will bo sold, before our
store, at half-post 9 o'clock.
5 bales TOBACCO, WRAPPERS AND FILLERS.
10 bags RIO COFFEE
15 boxes Manufactured Tobacco
203 Choice Smoked Bellies
200 Choice sugar-cured Strips
30 bbls Syrup
40 boxes Adamantine Candles.
Conditions cash. December 22
Hams and Flour.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 02d inst, at 10 o'clock A.
M., iu front of our store, No. 82 East Bay,
5 tierces Adams' SUGAR-LURED HAMS
5 tierces Hams
10 bbls Flour. December 22
BY T. M. CATEE.
On Brown's Wharf, THIS DAY, at three-quarters
past 9 o'clock,
2S00 pounds SHOULDERS AND HAMS
0 boxes Bellies
6 b irrcls Strips
400 Bugged Hams
50 tubs Buttor
50 tubs Lard.
Cot.ditione cash. December 22
Sale of Fancy Goods.
BY SP. 31. CATER.
Will be sold on TO-MORROW, 23.1 December, at 10
o'clock, on Brown's Wharf,
Mipcrior TOI i IET S .. TS (Decorated)
VasoH, of Various styles
Cut Decanters, Wines, kc.
French Tea sets
Frtnch Flower Pots
Full and v.cll selected luvoicc of French Toys, ct"
These goods arc of direct importation " la Now
Conditions ca-h on delivery. December 22
Handsome Mirror, Brussels Carpet and Rug,
Men's Fine Felt Hats and Balmoral Skirls,
on account of Manufacturers; Dry Goods,
BY JOHN fr 5I?LN0R & ?0.
THIS DAY, 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold at
our Auction Salcsroim, No. 135 Meeting-street,
1 haudsomo Gilt Frame MIRROR
I handsome Brussels Carpet and Bug, small size.
OK AC'OUS'T OF MANUFACTURE 113,
5 cases Gents' fino Black, Brown and Wine Color
FELT h ATS
3 cases, io doaen each, Fancy Wool Balmoral Skirts.
Ju;t rcceivod by last steamer, a desirable invoice of
DRY GOOI S.
COISIHXINO IX PAIIT OF:
Fanoy Printod SATINETS, Black satiuots
Kentucky Jeans, Fancy Plaids, Mixed Horseys
White and Grey Undershirts, Balmoral Hose
Black and White Spool Cotton
ned and White flannel, Whito Hose, Moriuo Half
Conditions caab. December 2-1
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, .j c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THT3 MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will tc)l at my
store, corner of Kin? and Liberty streets,
CO cases BOOTS AND SHOBS,
CONSIST? KO OF:
Casa. Men's Kip and Grain Hunting BOOTS
Kip and Baff Uropaus, Balmorals, congress, atc.
Ladles' Serge Congress, Cont and Morocco Polish
Woman's Kip and Buff Bootees, 3 to 7 and 5 to 9.
A large assortmeut of ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES, in cartoons.
A full line of CLOTHING, Gents' Sbavls. kc.
30 cases, 180 dozou, Men's aud Boys' Wooi Hats.
Horses, Mules. oncMiich Cow, one Rosewood
Piano, one Large Carpal and Sundries.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TO-MORROW, half-past 10 A. M., at No. 33 Broad
Estate Sale ot' Plantations and Residences,
BY LOUIS D, DeSAUSSUKE.
On TUESDAY, thoijdi day oi january, 1869, will be
sold, at ??ie uld Post?nico, iu Charleston, by order
t;f the Devisees of John Ashe,
The handsome BRICK B :SIDENCE on the north
side of South Bawstreot, betwe n Meotimratid Ktng
streets (the residence of thc late Colonel John ti.
Asho). being ono ot ins most destablo Dwellings iu
the eily. On the premises are excellent brick
kitchen, carnage house au.l stiblo. Tho lot mea?
sures 74 fjet lo In. on trout lino, G9 feet C in. on the
hack hue and 20'J feet deep, moro or less.
Thc TUREE STORl' WUODEN MANSION HOUSE
on the mirth si.B- of fouth Bay-street, between
Meting and King streets,containing twelve room-,
three piazzas, ire. On thc premises arc brick Mtchcn.
carnage house und stable. The lot inea'tires f>4 f wt
7 in i i trout, more or les? 52 foot on ilie back linc,
aud ?41 feet deep, moro or less,
Vic TWO RICE PLANTAI TON s at thc best pitch
of the tide, known us '.'.Will Town" sud "High
Waseic," or 'TcoUcrJam," now Tn H r. ed iato oao
plantation, situato in .?I..Bartholomew's Parish, Col
felon District, opposite Will i own. on a large creek,
waters of Poa Po i Uiver, containing jointly 1C49
acres, of which 400 icres .ire rico land, uti icc bink
( ibo nt 200 of which have been planted this year);
bounding to thu uortu and northwest by lauds of
estate Raynard and Edw.ord Barnwell, to tho soatli
ou lands of Mrs. Wii/no. and to the east oo said
creek. On thc place are two small Swelling Uouies
and accommoda ions for seventy or more negroes.
A TRACT OF PIN? BARREN UND. on Ike Poa
Pon River, St. Paul's Parish, opposite tho Will Town
Plantation, containi' g iso acres of laud.
Fifteen TOWN LOTS in tho village of Wi 1 Town.
Tho SEA W.VSD COLON PLANTATION", in
St. l'.nt's Parish, Colleta t District, 30 miles from
Charleston, and ab mt C nulos from Ad ima' i:un. ou
the :-av:in;iah aud Charleston Hui road, known ?ut ihe
"Point Place," on T ogiood River (th . residence ol
thu late Col. John S. Ash"), considered one ol the
most productive and certain places on ibo ooas^, coa
tainiug about 404 a-icsoi laud.Of which about 250
rc cleared. On the r-iaoe aro overseer and negro
houses. Tips place ucou 1 r.d healthy ti resido
cn ull tho year.
Tho TRACT OK LAND OK ISLAND, cMninonly
known a<Wnojplnj Moncton thu Dawboo uiver.
Coil- to i Dist L-i, . oncoming 217 acre* ol' land.
"MOSS HULL" PLANTATION, lying in and
a mind Kiama' hun. Collctoa District, coaUlning
?bout 1:110 acres, moro or Uss, having ah utGO.OOU
Piuo frees, bo\ed.
The TRAC V Ol' LYND i nown as "Ooxbury," St.
PmT.s Parish, Collotoa District, containing about
Co aili ns-One-third cash; balauce by boud, pay
a le iu two rqtial successive annual iuatalnionta,
with interest norn day .if sale, to be secured by a
mortgage of the pr >p-rty, tho citv residencia to be
i siiro.i un i pihuics asiign-'d Purchasers to pay
forait necessary pa cm aud rc?onu'i stomps.
DecetUDul in 2 tuths? . tuthf?mtu7
g li?Djj, III f LL, 31 tears, ?Ko.
JC'-T RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF G ARDEN
s'EEI'S nf . vc y description, ot crop ldi:8, growa by
I?. I.ANDRETU & sON. Phtaidclpiua, counting in
part : Tho ch lee^t variety of CABBAGES, Peas.
Keans?, Turnip and all other vegoiab'.o aced* planted
in gai Jou ot a field. And ia store, Pl OL'a:it>. Ilur
roA's, cultivators, torn .-hollers, ecru Hills sud
Ev.- Cutt rs. all Ly approved make s ; Spades,
Shovels. Foik.t. Rakes, Atc. Also. Willow ahd t aney
BASKETS, Stone and Willowware. Audio irrivo,
ASP* RAGES B-'OTS. For sale at Ko. 353 KING
STREET, sign of the Plough, by
Late of D. Landreth k Co.
Decent! er 1 DIO tu4
BY HENKT COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our store, will bo
20 TURPENTINE BARBELS.
Conditions cash. December 22
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock in front of onr store, wil
be sold for account of all concerned,
Two bales GUNNY OLOTH, slightly damaged on
board schooner-, on her voyago from New York
tc this port.
Conditions cash. December 22
Bacon, Hams, Suyar, $c.
BY HJtfllY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 9 o'clock, in front o' our
store, will be sold,
3C00 lbs. Smoked BACON BREASTS
1500 lbs Sugar-cured Hams
25 bbls. Sugar
50 boxes Candles
SO boxes Soap.
Conditions cash. December 22
Furniture, Blankets, Bed Sheets, Mattresses,
Pillows, Bolsters, Large Cooking Stove, Ex?
tension Table, efe.
WUl 8ellTHIS DAY (Tuesday), 22d instant, at No.
13C Meeting-street, commencing at half past 10
Terms cash. Deeember 22
Estate Sale of Dwelling, No. 1 Society-street,
near East Bay.
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 22d Instant, at the Old
Posfofnee, at ll o'clock.
That ce iteelthree-story BRICK DWELLING, No. 1,
south side Society-street, near East Bay, containing
eight roams, and Piazza to the south. On the premi?
ses are Kitchen, Carriage House and large Cistern.
Lot 10 feet front and 100 feet deep, more or leas.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest from day of sale; building
to bc insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. December 22
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Gaiters, Balmorals.
BY N, HUNT & SON.
TO MORROW, 23d instant, at 10 o'clock. In our
salesroom, No. 112 Meeting-street, we will sell for
150 coses assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmo?
rals, kc. Our usual splendid assortment, aU fresh
and desirable goods, direct from tho factory, and
selected with great core, to which wc invite the at?
tention of buyers and thc trade. December 22
Four Large Building Lots.
BI BOWERS & SILC0.X.
Win be Bold, TO-MORROW, 23d inst., in front of the
Old Postoffice, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
Two LOTS on Huger-street. measuring and con?
taining fllty-one feet front by 203 feet deep, more or
Two LOTS on Moultrie-stre^t, fifty-one feet front
by 203 feet deep, be tho sam ? n.->ns or less, butting
and bounding on the cast by lands of Dr. Lomb, on
the west by Lot No. 4. as surveyed by R. K. Payne,
Conditions-Half cash; tho balance payable in ono
year, with interest from dav of sale. Pur chasers
to pay B. & S. for papers and stamps.
Wooden Building corner of Vanderhorst and
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold on THURSDAY. 2ith in9t., at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postoffice,
A two-story WOODEN BUILDING, say 20 by 40
feet, with tin roof, bituatod on the precisas at the
northeast corner Vanderhorst and Rutledge streets,
?aid building to be removed wi bin ten days after
sale. Building can be inspected nt ony time.
Terms cash. tuth2_December 22
Fine Building Lot, Rutledge Avenue.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will bc MU Mk ?nS??Di?, 2|th instant, at the
Old Post?nico, at ll o'clock,
That largo BUILDING LOT, Rutledgo Avenue,
north of Spring-street, adjoining promises of T. M.
Cuter, Esq , measuring in iront on P.ntledge Avenue
82 feet, by 215 feet in depth, bo the same more or
-jcrms cash. Purchaeer to pay us for papers and
stamps. December 22
Residences in Rutledge Avenue.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The WaODEN RESIDENCE on the west side or
Rutledge Avenue, being the second house north cf
Calhoun-stree', on o high brick basement, contain?
ing four upright, two garret, one dressing rooms
aud pantry, double piazzas, cistern, kc. On tho
premises are kitchen, carriage house, stable. The
lot measures ninety-iivo feet front by one hundred
and ninety feet deep, more or loss.
The WOODEK RESIDENCE on the east side of
Rutledge Avenue, being the thud hons J north of
Radeliffe-street. containing six upright, one dressing
room?, pantry, private stairs, double piazzas, cis?
tern, kc. On tue promises are kitchen, cirriago
house, stable and ample accommodations for ser?
vants. The lot measures forty-throe feet front by
one hundred and torty-llve feot desp.
Apply as above, at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Residence in Charlotte-street.
BY LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSURE,
At Privato Sale
The WOOD*? RESIDENCE on Brick Basement
on the north s:do of Charlotto-streoc, known by the
number 22, containing six upright, two garret, ono
dressing rooms, two pantiles, private stairway, two
piazzas, cistern, ga-\ kc. On the premises are an
e\ client kitchen and a carriage house and atable.
The lot measur ;s SO feet front by 210 feet de-ap.
Apply as above at
No. 23 BP.OAD-STREET.
December 22 tuths3
Residence in Church-street and Lot on King
BY LOUIS I>. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
'inc three story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, No.
15 Church-street, about three minutes' walk from
tho Lattery, containing eleven rooms, double piaz?
zas, kc. On the premises is a brick kitchen. Lot
40 Let front by 120 feet deep.
The LO r OF LAND on the west side of Klug
sti et, between Broad and Queen streets, measuring
47 f .et front by 178 fe -t deep.
Apply as above at
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
December 22 ruths.3
Residence in Legare street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Pri'M'e Salo
'iho Ihrec-story Brick RESIDENCE, on the west
side of 1 .?gare-street, containing .ix rooms, three
dratting rooms, pauiry, double piazza, c stern, &u.
Ou the premiso* ure a unod kitchen, carriage h msc
aud st ib'.-. ibu loi m eal orel about for .y tent front,
b- two hundred feet deep, more oriels.
Apply a* above, at No. 23 BiiOAD-STREET.
Cool Residence in Southwestern part of City.
BY L iL'iH D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Pi ?vate ' ale
Thc handaoma Wooden RESIDENCE, with porch,
on bleb brick basement, ot the wes: end of Trarid
streot, ou Chisolm's Causeway, containing cgiis
rems, six of which h tra tira p aces, private stairs,
water pipes and bath tubs, gas. cistern ?c., 'litcheai.
?c. ihe lot measures lao lett f.ont, byi53fee?
TM i i? ono of thc most tastily bulli and coolest
Residences in the city
Apply ?:- above a; No. 23 DRO.VD STREET.
December 22 tullis.;
A Desirable Cotton Plantath n.
3Y CLIFFORD & MA HE WES,
No. 50 U.'oarl-itroct.
At Private Pole
.) hat desirable ?E V ISLAND COT1 0?7 PLKSTA?
TION tuowu 03 "Yellow House," cn Load en ar ah
River, Wodmalaw Island, emtaming HOT a rcs of
high ltnd, about VJ ucr?s p iinj CO ton and provi?
sion laud el- ?red. bal ?nea w ill wooded. Ou rho
place s a sm di Dw liing v.:,h l< UT roj-m, cotton
?lld corn hcu=.', B'abiesudfl ?e-n i$ea o houses in
coed coniJidou. This place is within fia.- mien of a
s tenn boat landing amt steusci* und cowers cm
lana at th?? plantad m. Being almost Burroon ed by
water, it possesses superior ai-autiges ,ur manur?
ing, and req ir.-s bnt I ttto fon.mi?r Th' crops on
this pla c tor ten years a Vt raged i jj pounds of cloau
cotton to tho acre.
Po L rms, .tc , apnly as above.
December 13 " _stuti
, LIV F0 lift & ?J AT Ii EWES,
Heal Estate Aven?s, No. jil Uroad-strcct.
For sal? and L.as-j
PTO it'tlAl'E LASDS of a suponer qua'l?r, on
deep water "navigation ona healths' looUioas all the
RICE and COT ION PLANTATIONS and FARM? in
ali parts ot the state.
VTC? PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3a.o?.