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THE BAILY NEWS.
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SEWS BEING; THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING*THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION CN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
-PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOF1TCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
-CONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFLCE LAW.
A TJCT10X SAL?S THIS DA Y.
N. 17COT t SON V Fd sell at 10 o'clock, at their
.-salesroom, Meeting-street, a choice seleciioa of boots,
-shoes and brogans.
T. M. CATER will sall at ten o'clock, at his store,
Brown's wharf, toilet sets, glassware. Ac.
BOWERS k PiLcox will sell at ll o'clock, at the old
Postcffico. four large building lots.
R. M. MAHRWAT.T. k BBOTHEB will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, at ?heir office, Broad-atreet, horses,
mules, piauo, A-c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX ii Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
.their auction house, Basel-street ribbons, woollen,
ACCIDENT ON THE SOUTH CABOLXNA RAILROAD.
The down Columbia night tram ran off the track be?
tween the Forty-nine and Fifty mile post yesterday.
She trucks of the conductor's and passenger cars,
.were smashed up. The trains were delayed; but om?
in yesterday evening as usnaL No one was hurt
RAISED.-The Mount Pleasant Ferry steamer
Rockland, which was lately sunk near her wharf, her
bottom being perforated by a sunken log. has been
sufficiently lifted by lighters to enable her to be tow.
.cd across the river to a ?ore convenient plane for
working at her, which was done yesterday, by the
PERSONAL.-Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, who
has been absent from The city for some months, has
returned in time to officiate at the Cathedral at the
religions solea ni?>? incident to the. great festival of J
. Christmas. iL. _
Hon. Gecrge S. Bryan, United States ?istrict
Judge, wiU return to Charleston this evening, after j
an arduous cession of his court in Columbia.
General H. RUlitz, who baa been ?ervingon court
jnartialin North Carolina, has returned to "this post
PROFESSOR Mina's CHBISTMAS ENTERTAIN?
MENT.-AS ak aaa y announced, Fiofesror Meier will
.give a drawing-room entertainment on Christmas
night for tho benefit of the new German Lutheran
Church. Some changes hate been made in.the pro?
gramme, which will make it still more attractive.
Professor Meier's literary, attainments and oratorical
talents would alone bo sufficient to secure for his
entertainment a very large audience, but he will be
assisted by so many accomplished ladies and gentle?
men that it is doubtlul whether the ball will-be-1
large enough for the crowd that will attend.
MASONIC-At the annual communication of [
Saint Andrew's Lodge, No. 10, A. F. M., held Decem?
ber 21st 1868, tho foRowing officers wt r? elected to
.servo for tbs ensuing Masonic year:
Brother R. S. DURYEA, Vf. M.
Brother T. S. KING. 8. W.
Brother WM. CHERRY, J. W.
Brother T.,McCARTBY, Trcasuroi. .
Brother EL N. JKANNERETT. Bacretarv.
Brother ISAAC Hi HALL, S. D'.
Brother BEN J. RICE, J. D.
Brother WM. BROOK BANKS,) ?????
Brothex E. W. JORDAN, " f aWwaras- ;
, Brother J. J. BEASLEY,. Tyler.
STONE & MURRAY'S COMBINATION CIBCUS.
The great art of tho showman in this the nineteenth
.century, when men believe nothing and every?
thing, when there is no faith, but universal hum?
bug, is not to ask a man to believe, but to make
.him believe. Take the seven senses by s toroa, and
the mind is at the mercy of the assailant No
showmen in tho world better understand the prin?
ciples of their art, or act upon teem with more sue- J
cess than Messrs. Stone <t Murray, the proprietors
.of the great combination circus. With the expe?
rience and resources acquired by years of travel
and exhibition, they have collected from all parts
of the world a corps of unrivalled performers,
whose feats everywhere arouse wonder and com?
BILL OJ MORTALITY.- Be turn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending De?
CAUSES OF DEATH.
- Anemia Cerebral, from Arte?
Brain, Congestion of....
Disease ol Heart......._
Dropsy from Cardiac Disease
CAUSES OF DEATH.
'Total reported for the W6ek
ending December 12,1868
'Certificates fer the following
since received :
5 I 1
. lo I '. I o
?I 2| >j
Whites, 0; Blacks and Colored, 17-Total, 26.
'Under 1 year of age... 7
Between land 5 yrs... 5
.Between Sand 10 yrs.. 1
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2
Between 30 and 30 yrs.. 1
-Between 30 and 10 yrs.. 4
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 0
Between 50 and GO yrs. 2
Between 60and 70 yrs. 1
Between 70 and 80 yrs. 1
Between 80 and 90 y rs. 2
Between 99 and 108yrs. 0
Over 100 years of age... 0
Office of City Registrar, December 22, 18C8.
GEORGE S. PJL -ER, M. D., City Registrar.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-December 22, 1808.
-?Charleston Hotel-F A I eWitte, New York; a J Wil?
liam?, Fairplay, S C; T W Barr, Edgofleld; E T Wal?
ton, Wilmington; G E Thurston, H C Bc' L Cohn,
New York; L AV Dink in?, Sumter; MT oody, New
York; J C Courtney, O H PettangilL South Carolina;
F G Meyers, Portsmouth; E A Lovejoy, New York;
H and G Nelson, Phi adelphla; John B McUvaine
and lady, Louisville; John B Peck, Atlanta; C Webb
city; J B Vardy, Jno P Howard and wife, Now York;
D Chamberlain ant. wife, N H Chamberlain, Miss H
Higgins. E B Chamberlain, G W Whitney and wife.
J F Trott and wifo, S Whitney, Jr, J W TroU, Nia?
gara Falls; Chas L Thurston and wife, Philadelphia;
William McRao, R R Bridges, North Carolina; T L
Smith, Michigan; Miss A Smith, t-ew York; James
Sparks, Marlboro"; John T Ril'v, Orangeburg.
Pavilion Hotel.-Henry Gorham, steamship Sara?
gossa; G W Toomor, Oraham's Turnout; W H Glrar
dein, Sumter; Arthur Lee, We3t Point, Ga; W H
Cannon, Jr, St Stephens; J R Hagood, England; J
Shackclford, New York. Major Worth, United Stales
Army; Mrs George W Waterman and child, Miss
Waterman, Columbia; T A Warwick, Dalton, Ga; J
H Wichhng. New York; J H Backus, Wm D Heath,
Stco & Murray's Circus; James Harper, Kingstree;
Miss C F Upbam, Florida; John K Torry and son,
Walterboro'; William Elliott, South Carolina; K Hol?
lingsworth, Paterson, N Y; John D Barker, Cooper
River; J RChina, N G RR; CH McLeod, Bamberg;
Fred Alta, Florence,
THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
What to Buy and Where to Get lt.
The streets ave beginning to look like -'Jhrist
nns-like Christmas, we mean, as it used to be in
Charleston in the good old times "before the war."
The windows on King-street are fairly ablaze with
brightness; every tradesman has put forth his
choicest and newest goods, to attract everybody else
to buy bis wares, and give them away for the sake of
love aud Chtistinas. The endless panorama of
these shops is a refreahing picture to look at Then
there are crowds of . xtra peeple-most of them
loaded down with bundles which at other limes
they might be ashamed to carry-flooding tho
streets just now to overflowing. They have a great
number of "young folks" to think about, and to
provide presents for against the day ol presents.
The shops never were 6o busy; for the mothers, and
sisters, and aunts, the fathers, and brothers, and
uncles of the little ones do constan t'y ko?p going in
and out of these places to buy things, and have them
ready when Santa Chus comes to fill the expectant
stecki ngs which "bub" or "Missey" has hung over
the foot of the bedstead or against the hearth, hop?
ing lo catch a "big haul" of nice things. We walk?
ed dbwnjLing-sbeet.yesterday, on purpose to see how
Christmas was getting on; and we can tell the boys
that he is getbifg on ' pretty well, thank yon !" He
begins to leek as jolly as a fallow can very well lcok
before he is horn, and that is saying a good deal,
isn't it ? His round, red, laughing face makes every
t ody glad, and although ho basa) bald pate and Ray
hairs on the top ot his poll, his eyes have in them
tko freshness of a dewy morning in May, and his
heart sings inside of him like a nest ot thrushes and
Cm every side we see signs of preparation for bis
c outing. ChriBlmas trees are in demand, and pine
a ap ling s and myrtle bushes aro about to groan under
trait such as they have .not borne for years. In
every stall of the market there is a little forest of
these delightful trees, io cheer the eyes and bring
bright jicures of old Christmas tintes to the front
of th? memory. 1 he friends ol our young lolks
crowd these places, as they do all others where there
ia any nice' i resent to be bought for them. Ses 1
t here rs a jolly, pater familias who has just bought a
great tne taller than he is himself! And what hap
p y feces he makes over it !- thinking of the pleasure
ii will give his brave little boys and girls, and all
their young friends, when it comos to be set in its
drawing-room bed, and made to grow figs, and
sweetmeats, and bonbons, and apples, and pears,and
But to return to the stores. To comfort the inner
man with dainty food and generous wines and
liquors is one of the Indispensable customs ot Christ?
mas ti mes. It would hardly be accorded a proper
keeping of Christmas without egg-nogg. and punch,
and wines, and mince pies, and nice things general?
ly. Housekeepers who want to make preparations
for the hol'days, and to be sure of getnng puro
b rands of all tbey buy, should drop In at the well
knotra store of Klinck, Wickenberg k Co., corner of
-Broad and Church streets. Its long established and
well-diserved reputation will be un ample guarantee
for the excellence of tho goods and fairness in prie
There will be lound brandies of the most ap; roved
brands and purest qua*ty ; whiskey of every age and
flavor, irom "the milk of Kentucky" to the "moun?
tain dew" of Pennsylvania ; Scotch and Irish whiskey
that wou-d fill with delight sny well-bred (cit;
J i malea and St. Croix rum, that give a delicious
flavor to every Christmas potab'e compound, and
gin whose flavcr and purity would revivo the inspi?
ration of Byion, and set a Hollander to dreaming of
the Fatherland. There are alto wine3 of every de?
scription, abu and sparkling native and imported;
and London, and Edinburgh, and Lublin ale and por?
ter; cigars upon which thc customhouse brand at
tests their genii?Eenes;; and, besides, ail tho fine
groceries, preserves, pickles, sauces, and nioknaclcs
that are o ssen?al to a completely appointed larder.
Boots and shoes of the most elegant and fashiona?
ble sty'es, tither for the street or the drawing room,
for tho Christmas frolic or tho Christmas ball, are
made by J. Steiber, No. 41 Droad-str. et.
I Cheap toys, cheap hats, cheap laney goods, and a
variety of other i hines, all remarkably cheap, and all
suitable for Christmas, may be had at Archer's Ba?
zaar, King-street, near Oeorgo, a tact so well known
that the Bazaar is tbrcnged daily by people in search
of good bargains.
Gentlemen's and bojs' bats for business and dress,
and sn pcrb furs tor ladies, always on hand at C. H.
Johnson's, No. 269 King-street, opposite Hasel.
The recent ?void snap" Is a reminder that?ood,
comfortable clothing is a ne cossiry, and the approach?
ing season for parties sxig-gaots the faintly prepara?
tion of suitable full dress costumes. There ore hun?
dreds to whom, just now, the most acceptable Christ,
mas gift would be a h ndsome mit or a comfortable
overcoat. All the.-e wants ian be suppliod by Wm.
Matthi caren, the great King-street clothier, whose
, large and handsome store at the corner of Went
worth-etreet has already come to bo regarded as the
headquarters of fashion. His stock is so large and
well assorted that one caa, at a moment's notice, be
fitted as precisely as by the art of thc Linet skilful
tailor. For the accommodation, however, of those
who prefer it, every ai tide appertaining to a gentle?
man's wardrobe la made to order at this establish?
ment in the latest style and on the shortest notice.
Of course, aB will appear in holiday attire Christ?
mas and New Tear's day, and a neat-fitting boot or
shoe ls Indispensable to a complete toilet. Steiner's,
on Broad-street; is the place to get'ehod in style.
There ia hardly any one cf any oge, sex or condi?
tion, from infancy to senility, to whom a book ol
some description would not be tm appropriate and
acceptable Christmas gift. For thc juve: iles there
are gaily "illustrated primers and storybooks; for
the romantic, novels and poems; for the sedate, bis
tories and philosophical works; for th? pious,
prayer-books and B bles, and for the advanced in
years the publications in largo t? pe, printed espe?
cially for their convenience and delectation; for
thoa', who cannot appreciate book?, there are albums
and fancy articles of every conceivable description,
and suited to all tastes. Eveiy want of this sort can
be promptly suppUel at Fogartie's new book de?
posit ory, in the bend of Kieg-stteet.
In the line of delicious French confectionery and
candies, Soubeyroux's store in King-street, oppo?
site Liberty, has long enjeyed a solid and deserved
popularity. The stockings; of the little ones can be
filled there to advantago.
For turkeys, ducks, grouse, and other poultry and
game, we commend our readers to Mr. Thomas
Murphy, No. 81 Market-abeet,
Mince pies (not made of mice meat as a-venerable
neighbor has wickedly suggested) form the great
staple luxury ol tba Christmas season. Down town,
they can be hid at the excellent East Bay bakery
of Buckbeit Dromore; also at the eating saloon of
ourneiHhboi Litschgi. Our up-town friends can
be supplied by Th eus, the woll known Wentworth
sireet pastry cook.
But the good things of tho holidays can not well
be enjoyed units* beside a glowing fireside. So
lay in a supply of good coal in time, which can bo
had ol either of Ibo East Bay coal dealers, p. p.
Seignious or John S. Horlbeck.
BtraoLAits C.\PTC2ED.-Nifrbt before last tho
establishment of Mr. Wm. Marscher, No. 78 East
Pay, was burglariously entered from the roar, by
prizing open tho door and knocking down tb; bar.
A quantity of coffee, tobacco, bacon, pickle?, ko.,
was carried off. Tho next morning information of
the robbery was lodged at tho D.tectivo offi c, and
the case pnt in thc hands cf offlccis Coates and
Chapman. A couple of hours alter they teamed
the particulars, they captured Ned Hill alias
Rebel General and Tom Williams, who con?
fessed tho desJ and implicated a white man
by the name of Dodrlck S-hnackenberg, who keeps
a grocery at the no> thea*: corner of Church and
Cholmers streets. Tho entire stolen property was
found in bia store and recovered. He had destroyed
the bacs and the tobacco boxes, and all matter by
which the gooJs coald be identified ; bat notwith?
standing that, his complicity was established be?
yond doubt, and he with the principals has boen
loci od up.
These same burglars havo perpetrated several
daring robberies ot lato, and until this detection
have escaped capture.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.-At tho forty-ninth
anniversary meeting of this Society, hold on tho 32d
instant, the following officers were oleotod to serve
for the ensuing yeart
OTIS MILLS, President.
J. B. CAMPBELL, First Vlce-Vresident.
J. B. BLT I'S, Seeon i Vice-President.
THADDEUS STREET, Secretary and Treasurer.
Committee on CAart'iy.-\. H. Hayden, D. F. Flem?
ing, Ur. F. Lebby, E. W. Edgerton, C. B. brewstor,
L. T. Potter and J. E. Read.
I GENERAL TOM TnroiB --Hibernian Hall
/ jammed last night. 1 be entertainment is the
1 of the kind that has ever been given ia Charle
"MAMXA, mamma." cried a little b?y, v
the sun set gloriously r -1 last evening, "soo
hot heaven is over there. Santa Claus is bakii
BASE BALL.-The Alerts trill bold a mee
to-niuht on important business, and all mern
aro requested to be present. In addition to
game at Savannah, arrangements have been n
to have a series of races around thc bases betv
the members of thc tirr! nines.
CLUBS AND STAUS.-Joseph Thompson,
orcd, was detected yest-".day robbin;* the ba'.ei
the cotton press in Church-street.
Several persons were j icked up drunk and un;
to take care of themselves.
John Coleman was lound with a bag of self-nil
flour in his possession an.l could not p: ope rt j
count f r it.
The iollowing fines were imposed at the May
Several parties, ior being drunk, S5 each.
Mary Pierson, who indued a colored man to
fowls in tho street without a license, was mad
forfeit the fowls.
Frank Rivers, wbo could not account for the
of cotton in his possession, was turned over t
EEPOBTER'S CBuaiBs.-Brookbank's, Mee til
street, has erected a chimney en the top of his st<
cnt of which Santa Claus is emerging, loaded fl
An owner is 'ranted for a dark red cow, with poi
of horns sawed off, in the Upper Wards Guardhoi
She will bc cold on Saturday, if not claimed soo:
The exercises of the JJigh School will be resun
on Januar/ thc 4th.
'J he annual meeting of the Stockholders of the
vannah and Charleston Railroad will be hold
Charleston on the second Wednesday iu Januu
J ight ship3 are loading in Charleston for Liv
The New England Society had a good time at
"Charleston" last evening, on the oocasion of tb
At Fogartie'8 Book Hou=c, King-Street, there i
novel arrangement in book form, fer filing awaj i
Tte Charleston Gas Light Company have dcclai
a dividend on capital stock of fifty cents a share.
Hawking about the streets without a license
againsta city ordinance; when discovery follows t
art, the goods are forfeited.
A boy was fined five dollars at the Mayor's coi
yesterday for firing crsck<-r? in th?) street J.
The Fa ir of the Widows' Borne will close this ov<
lng, 2Xd instant, on which occasion 'bo prizes frc
Ihc C hristmas Tree will be distributed. The F
will bc reopened 'oh Tuesday and Wednesday evt
ing of next week, in order to close out raffle li
and dispose of sundry donations of very handsoi
articles just received from friends in England, wbi
will bo sold very low.
The real estate sale advert?s J to take place
Z. P. Oakes jcaterdoy, was postponed until furth
T. H. Backer?, Agent of Stone k Murray's Cirou
is at tho "Pavilion."
Thc Mayor's proclamation permita the firing
squibs at White Point Garden, west end ol Broa
street, Hampstea l Mall, Aiken Square, Wragg Squat
and in thc burnt district.
The Comn-ittco of Ways and Means have d'rech
the sheriff to proceci cn unpaid tax executioi
lodged in bis office by the city treasurer.
Applicants for the pubhc offices declared vacant 1
Council are on thc increase; they arc principal
Little Grant, of the Tom Thumb troupe, lett ye
terday for home. .
It was reported that the man who committod tl
murder at Monet's Corner, on Friday 1 tat. was i
thc city yesterday. If information of tho crime ha
been lodged at thc hete.-tive office in time, he cou!
have been arrested.
Tom 1 humb'e entertainments, yes terday monda
and afternoon, wore numerously attended. Mu
Mlnnie*Warrcn kissed the girl? who measured sta
ure with her on the stage, and snubbed the boys.
The "General" says ho wdl retiro to private lil
after the present season, he having a sufficient con
Thia afternoon th i Alerts will play tho last proche
game at the foot cf Broad-street. All ballists at
particularly invited to bc on the ground. They wi
carry with them to Savannah a "Bounding Roc
Ball," five and a quarter ounces, and nine and
quarter inches in size. Tho Alerts meet ta-night c
Victoria Hole), King-street
THE ANNUAL PARADE OF THE COLOBE:
FTBE DEPARTMENT.-The annual parade Of th
Colored Fire Department took place yesterday after
noon. The companies that compose thc organiza
tion, four in number, assembled at their variou
houses about three o'clock, and then proceeded t
Mrcting-s'reet, opposite the Citadel Green, wher
they formed in the following order: Mitchell's Bond
Ashley Fire Company, No. 9; Comet Fire Company
No. C; Promptitude Firo Company, No. 7; Niagan
Fire Comp ny, No. 8. The procession then marchec
through King, Hasel, Meeting, Market, East Bay ant
Broad streets, and at the oerner of Hee?i.'g-strce
countermarched and formed in baa for inar.ectior
by Chief M. H. Nathan, and Messrs. R. M. Alexa ty
der, C. P. Aunar and J. C. E. Eichardsou, assistants
When tho line was properly form?e on the eoutt
?ide of Broad-street, near Logan, ?Lc Chief and as?
sistants ia-scd ibem in review.
The first company was tho Ashley, No. 9, Presi?
dent J?hn Scanlon, 420. feet hose, fotty-eight men,
dressod in dark blue frock coats with yellow facings
and trimmings, black pants, and regular fire cap.
House in Columbus-street, upper wards
Tho next was tho Comet, No. S, President
James Proctor, 400 feet of hose, seventy men,
dr-'sscd in white flinncl freck coals, blue cuffs,
facings and trimmings, bisca pants, and regular tito
cap. House corner B'.aufniu and rutledge stree!s.
Then como thc Promptitude, No. 7, Piesidcut
Paris Atilcy, 400 feet hose, fifty-five men, dressed in
Confederate gray coate, red raffa, facings and trim?
mings, black pants, end ?cgular fire cap. House in
Lastly, the Niagara, No. 8, President C. C. Tolley,
C50 f-et hose, forty men, dressed m blue ab'rh*, red
facings and irionTiugs. House in Shes-street, upper
APcr thc inspection of men and cpparalus by the
Chief and Aseis'ants, attended by the Clerk of the
Board, B. M. Strobel, Esq , the "Ashley" took posi?
tion for playing off, and went through tho perform?
ance withgreat credit to the engine and men. Then
tho 1 Comet" followed and played well, and it was
generally supposed she would cai ry off thc "laur?
els," but thc "Niagara" took them trom her emt .ts;
great excitement aud hurrahing. The "Prompti?
tude" got ready for the tray aud ccUrsad them all,
and was pronounc d thc "\ictor" of thc day.
After the contest, Chief Nathans addressed the fire
mon as f Hows ; "As Chief or the Fire Department
and in behalf of i y?elf and assistants I have accept?
ed with pleasure your invitation to inspect aitd review
in uiiiiorm your organization. 'The conditio:) of your
companies merits from us (bc statement that as a
co-operative body yoa are effieicni. Much, also, ia
due to fae premjt, useful and orderly aid * fiordo j
byy. u on aU necessary occa-iiouB in averting the
ravagos sa?d softening the calamities of Ore. L?-.t
this benevoloot effort in behalf ot' our venerable
homo continue to bo our common purpose, The
peaceful, decorous aed -.uiiiog aid c-f your organiza?
tion, dercouslrates how much good ca i be brought
about by a cheerful and hearty union of all classes,
in every onde ivor to piomolc the intc:c.-t and wel?
fare of our commoa hotre, and avert the evils which
discoru ein niways provoke und unfniitvlly feeling
nurse into s;-encth " [Great applause,]
Mayor Ciark being presort, addressed sirao com?
plimentary remarks to the flren.e'i composing
the organizion, and begged them to mainlaiu the
status of go id citizens, und show thal, nohvi'Island?
ing their skies wcro dark, th*.- were worthy of tho
commendations of meu. Thc parado was ?beti dis?
missed. There, was a largo concourse of colored
persons on the greun l- in Uroad-stret", near Frank?
lin-and save in trifling lns'ance-?, attribut- hie to ibo
excitement quito natural on the occasion, everything
passed off quietly aud orderly. 1 he engines we:o
decorated haud?omely with flowers and flags, while
lu the Iront of each company an appropriate banner
was borne. In brief, the parade wns a very hand?
some affair, and displayed to advantage the material
and conch-ion of thc colored fire department of
(JUE CHRISTMAS ' ADVERTISERS.- Tho third
number of our Christmas Directory will be publish?
ed to-morrow, and will contain notices of all new
advertisements, and all advertisements appealing
to-day of which mention has not bceu made this
ANNIVERSARY SOPPER OF THE HOPE FIHE EN?
GINE COMPANY.-The anniversary of thc Hope Flro
Engino Company was celebrated last evening at their
hall in Arcbdale-streot by n stimpluous supper.
Among the invited guosls presaut wat Commodore
Nutt, who represented thc New Vors Fire Depart
part u. ont. _
LIST OF rnrzN9 ilrawn to late at Ina fair for
the benefit ot tho Widows' i:ronio: Thc. yacht Julit,
by Mr. Lorrillard; one schooner, by Colonel Patton;
one wax cross, by Mrs. G. Youug; one wax cross, by
Miss A. Wcscoal ; one ca-.tus plant (wax), by W.H.
Jackson; one cactus plant (wax), by General Conner;
one rake, by W. H. Jackson; one broad basket, by
W. If. Jackson; on. orera cloak, by W. H. Jackson;
one travelling basket, by Mrs. Willington; one pic?
ture, by Mrs. Bruns; one cake, by M. Julian Yalcs;
one infant's Affghan. by E. Wilhams; one wax doll,
by St. Julian Yates; ono large cake, by E. Lafitte;
one tf>a set, by Mies A. Poso. Cne wax doll, Virginia
Lee, with a'l the paraphernalia, was rallied for ouo
hundred dolhrp, and won by Bou. J. B. Campbell.
-BUSlJNJlCStS IS'OXIC1 ICS.
LOOK IN Johnson's windows, No. 269 Kin^
strcet, aud : oe what a varied assortment he bas la
FRENCH CONFECTIONER?, crystalized fruits
and Imported fancy boxc3 for Christinas presents,
at KINSMAN BHOS.
December 22 2
LARGE SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES-Messrs.
N. Hunt k ion, No. 112 Meeting-street, advertise for
saleat au- Hon to-day, a large and otiractive assort?
ment of bot ts, shoes, kc. Ibo goods are direct from
tho manufjctory and worthy of examination.
Go AT ONCE and secure a chanca at that beau?
tiful music box, playing tcu opera airs, with bells,
drums and castanets, to be drawn for on Christmas
day. There are only a few chances left. Von San
teu's is the place.
Deccmbei 21 4
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 por
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Gcods delivered freo.
RECOLLECT tho Alpine hat is all the go now
a-days. Johnson has a fresh supply kt No. 200 King
YOUNO MEN ! Remomber your sweethearts.
Take heed ! Santa Claus expects you to call on bim at
his headquarters, No. 229 King-street, Von Santen's
Eazaar. He has specially provided for you with the
mot beautiful presents, and will sell thom to you
cheap. 1 December 21
IF YOU do not know what to buy, go to Von
Sauten, No. 229 King-street, at once for consultation.
Ec bas boen Santa Claus' special agent for Charles?
ton, South Caroana (excepting duiing thc late un?
pleasantness), for over twenty years, and kn'.'WS ex?
actly how to plea-:e the most fastidious. .
L'occmber 21 4
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in tvery style. Mince pic?, fresh daily. Hot cof?
fee and chocolate at all hotiM. Ice cream every
HOODS SOVERIEGN BALM is no quack nos?
trum, but a genuiuc Kentucky preparation, gotten
up on tho most scientific principles. Fot tale at tho
drug store of Dowie A; Moise, corner Meeting and
Hasol streets. w.mG Feceraber 16
IF YOU' WANT a styliah walking cane, or a
neat umbrella, consult tho great dealer, C. H. John?
son, No. 209 King-street.
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS.-Now is tho
time to remember your Iricnd-. Mr. Von Santen
will epou this day ramo beautiful goods suitable tor
Christmas presents. Grandpas and grandmas, fath?
ers, mothers, SOLS and daughters, i ld and young, can
get suited at Von Santen's Bazaar, No. 229 King-street.
His stock of new goods just orened are beautiful.
December 21 4
MINCE! MINCE! MINCE!
TTHfcUS 13 RE*DY TO SERVE HIS CUSTOM
. LBS with CAKES and allSCE PIE-'.
No. 103 WENiWORTH-STRLET.
December 23 1*
CHRISTMAS MINCE PIES.
FAMILI?S WISHING MINCE PIES FOR CHRIST?
MAS DINNER, should leave their orders on or
before Thursday, the 24th mst.
December 22 2 KINSMAN It HOS.
CHRISTMAS IS C031ING!
ALL THAT ARE INT ENDING TO MAKE
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS should not tail to
examine our well selected steck, cousis ing of :
TOILE I' SETS AND VASES
china Cups aud Mugs
Smoking sets and Ash Cup*
WJX and China Dolls, of every stvle
Ladies' Wort Boxes and Writiug D.>k<
French Fancy Boxes for Confectionery
German ) ancy Baskets.
TO IS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
This largo a-sortm ant wo are offering at a small
advance ab^ve cost.
December22 2 KINSMAN OHOS.
KINSMAN'S CANDY FACTORY,
No. 270 KINGS THEET.
CUNDY TUT UP IN AS-ORTED BOXES OF 23,
/ 50 ?u0 100 pounds, suitable tor Ccunlry Ti adc
Merchants ran rely upon our Candies bein ; per?
fectly freo from all such p ionou.- .-ubslancvs as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUfcT.
Alas, coaslautly on hand, r. lull supply oj
FRENCH CONFECTIONER T
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No ex'ra oblige for boxing, wfmlmo December 2
ISo. 290 KING-STREET,
(MR. VON SANTEN'S OLD STAND.)
rp HE SDBSOBIBER WOULD HEREBY INFORM
Jl his numcroa^ r us tornera that he has int op> u
ed a Bl.ANCU OF HIS bTKtM BlKKltT at tho
above place, where eau b'j luvt FRESH BREAD, of
at) descriptions, m-rn'ng a dinon. AVO, all sorts
of tine and cor-* CASES. BL-CPI.l's, RRaCKECA
TAUT*, PIES. PAS I RY :.nd i 'ON FEO 1' ION R KI ES.
Tastet ul ty dressed t'akt? for weddings und other
parties punctually ulled to Utesatiffaeiion ot all.
Alt outers for Crackois, i e.. kc, i.->r tue Orneo In
Ma-kot-.-treet. left ac thi.s |,tacc v.i'l be puuetuaily
attended to J. C. H. CLiUSSKN,
No. lt) Market ano No. 291 King ?>tree?s.
SPtllCl A Li I ?KOKK.-WA VOU'S OFFICE,
CITS UAH, CHARLESTUP, K. C., DECEM?
BER 4. IPC3.-Fioni and alter Ibo above date, all
pu!chus!'9 ma?o lor t' o City, except for such mad*
tut ons usareutidci tho management of a Board of
Commisioners, must l e through an order properly
sigue! by the party or parties sa pureimhlng. and
countois'gned by the MAYOR. Thc bill-, when pre?
sented for payment, must bo accompanied by the
order above mentioned, otherwise they will not bo
considered. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. SMITH,
i December 4 Clerk of Council
C?gnrs, QL?acc?] &r.
GOOD NEWS FOR SMOKERS.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF MEETING AND
HAS RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
PIPES, TOBACCO and Fancy Articles, ault
able for Christmas and New Year presents. Ho bas
a Iresb supply of genuine Havana Cigars and Yacht
Club Smoking Tobacco. Also a lot of g ?miine Meer?
schaum Pipes, with Perrique, Lone Jack an ? various
oiher popular brands of smoking Tobacco.
Call at LA CRIOLLA. JOSE .TARA,
Northwest corner ot Meeting and Market-sts.
December 23 8
SELLING BELOW COST
TO EVADE THE NEW TAX ON TOBACCO,
which will take effect on 15th February, 18C9.1
will sell my large and well assorted stock of TOBAC?
CO at considerably less than lactory prices.
Consumers and Country Merchants will do well to
give an early call, at
Northeast corner Wentworth and King streets.
ff, December 18 ll
KSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch of the Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers and smokers to his very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, ol all grades
and s-izes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to bo as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex*
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or 'JO days' city accep?
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 21 mwfGmo
RTATF. TREASURY OFFICE, )
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 19.1868. j
HOLDERS OF BILLS OF THE BANK OF THE
SI ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, who desiro
to FOND them, in conformity to the Act of the
General Assembly ot 1808. mu-t forward them to
this omeo previous to JANUARY 1, 1869.
Tue certificates of tho Mo-tern in Equity will no
longer bo received as evidence sufficient to entitle
the holders to tho Treasurer's receipt. Thc bills
Will bc required. It is of absolute importance that
the certifioatc of presentation lo tho Bank should ac?
company thc bills, iu order to B'euro thc intorest
from thc date of presentation to January 1,1869.
Bonds will be issued in sums of ?50, $100, $500 and
$1000. NILES G. PARKtR,
December 22 C Treasurer of S. C.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-ssS-t^c- "-T:.:j JZ??V i?j
To the Managers of Elections
for the County of Beaufort:
WHEREAS, MB. GEORGE A. BENNETT. WHO,
at tho Goncial Election held in April, 1808, was
chosen a m'-mber of thc House ot Representatives
foi tho I- lection District of Beaufort County, to serve
for two years, has since said election reigned; and,
whereas, the Constituti- n of the Ptato of South Caro?
lina directs (hat in eu -h a caso a Writ of Election
shall be issued I y thc Speaker of thc Houso of Rep?
resentatives for the purpose ot filling thc vacancy
thus occasioned, tor the romaindor of tho term for
which tho membor so resigned was elected to serve :
Now, therefore, you and oach of you are hereby
required, alter due advertisement, and with stn :t re?
gard to all the provisions of thc Constitution and
l aws of the said State, touching your duty in such
case, to hold an election for a Mouiber of the Bouse
of Representatives, for tho Election District aforesaid,
to serve for the remainder of the term for which thc
said GEOBGE A. BENNETT was elected ; the Polls
to be opened at the various places of Flection in thc
said District, on Monday, tho fourth day of January,
1809, by the various sets of Managers for those
places respectively ; said Managers to count tho
votes publicly immediately after the final closing of
the polls at tho Precincts where the votes have been
token; mr. kc out a certificate of tho result, to bc
signed by the Managers, ora majority of them, and
taken to tbe Court Houso of Beaufort County, or
place now fixed bylaw for counting the votes, on
Wednesday, the sixth day of January,' 1809, by one
or more ot said Managers ; and thc Manngers, or a
majority of them, who may assemble, shall proceed
to examine tho aforesaid statement, and declare thc
re-ult of thc Election,
This Writ, together willi your return of the Elec?
tion lo be held under it, hive before fhn Houso of
Representatives at its next meeting after thc Election.
Witnc.-B thc Honorable FRANKLIN J. MOSES, Jr.,
Enquire. Speaker of tho House of Represen?
tatives, at Columbia, this twe'th day of Decem?
ber, in tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight,
FRANKLIN J. MOSES, JB.,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
A. O. JOKES, C'erk of thc House of Representa
December 14 50
HART <Sc CO.,
CORNER RING AND MARKST STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OE
Foreign and Do ni estie Hardware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLOJGH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
Consisting of TOTS, OVENS, SPIDERS and EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CU I" AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLO HI
P L O U G H S,
AND A VARI LTV Of
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VAR'ETY OF FANCY GOODS,
p. S.-Descriptive Catalogues can be ba 1 on ap?
plication. fmw3mo9 DAG November 27
jHillincri) ?oo&s, kc.
j^?ISS IL A. ML'KTLAND,
No. SOS KING-STREET,
?V*\ WOULD BESPE'JT
??3? FULLY inform tho
fjPP ,V'"L *" U"
FAL:, AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wira 3mos
LARGE STOCK .
No. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth.
ALABOE AND ELEGANT SUPPLY OF SEA?
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
ftXJBff, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
JOST BECEIVED AND OFFERED AT LOW PRICES
Purchasers are Invited to call and make their se?
lections from thc desirable styles in the stock.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOTED FOR THEIR DURABILITY AND
The Tailoring Department,
Supplied with with choice European and American
Which will be made up to order in the best styles,
under thc care of a first-class French Cutter.
WM. MATTH [ESSEN.
B. W. McTUREOUS,
December 23 6 SUPERINTENDENT.
ESTABLISHED IN lS?S.
O. IS. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Gent's Youths' and Freedmen's
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 315 King-vt , Opposite Soclcty-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM THIS DATE TO
offer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own selection, and manufactured by our?
selves in Charleston.
As regards quality and style, we are confident our
Goods will comparo favorably lu every respect with
any House in the Southern Country, both for cheap?
ness and durability. Wc have also a large stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends and foraor patrons, and to the
Trade io general, we extend a cordial iuvltaticn to
examine our Stock, aud solicit their orders.
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 to $ i 00
COLORED CASSIHERE PANTS.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANTS.3 00 to 1 50
BLACK CASSIMERE PANTS... .5 00 to 10 00
HOY'S PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
BOY'.s SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
COLORED BATINEr SACKS... .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS.8 00 to IC 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK CO ATS. 7 00 to 2? 60
COLORED CASSI MERE VESTS .'J 00 to 6 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS.8 00 to 20 00
Tho Genuino SI AR BRAND SHIRT always on
DRAWERS OF AI L GRADES, $1 50 to $3.
MEIUM O SHIRTS, SI 00 to $2 CO.
Our terms aro CASH, or city acceptance.
6November 23 Imo
flank Soaks, printing, pinaiiif?.
M ANTJF A C T O RY.
BLANK BOOKS OF Al L DESCRIPTIONS MADE
lo order, with any st . lo of Bindiug or i atlcrn of Itu!
ing, of best matt rial and workmanship.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MUSI'", NEWS?
PAPERS, Bibles, Prayer Rooks, kc,, Bound in any
style, ?md neatly Letti red with uamu.
JitLographing and J b Printing.
JOB PRIN1 ING-Cards, Lctier, Note and Bill
Heads, Circulars, Dray Receipts, Pamphlets, ?tc, in
first-rate style and at low prices.
All varieties of LAW, OFFICE AND FANCY STA?
A largo assortment or our own and of the best
Northern manufacturo?, constantly on baod, .>
NuTICE.-Wo are offering our surplus stock of
Chcok Rooke, Lank Books, Railroad and Vessel Re?
ceipt Books, Cotton Weight and Shipping Books, at
greatly redncod prices.
TIME HOOKS ior Plante's, Meebsnics and Busi?
ness Men generally (monthly and weekly), a great
variety ol fonu3.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS, Landing and Dochago
Book?, Muyistratcs" Dockets, Bohl Registers, kc.
Havini alargo surplus of BLANK BOOKS, ofaU
styles of binding, the trade will bo snprlled tor a
limited rime at a great reductien on New York coat
At COU HT ENA Y'S,
December ll fmwDaao No. 9 BBO??P-STBjntS.
Bonnet Ribbons, Mantillas, Canton Fiarme?,
Merino Hui/ Hose, Doylies, S'le.cias, and
Cutler;/, on account of all concerned.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO,
Cash Auction House, Xo. 55 Hascl-street,
Will sell, THIS DAY, comm ticing nt 10 o'clock,
WHITE AND COLORLD BONNET RIBBONS,
Trimmings, Bareze, Silk Uandkereaief.-, Gala Plaids,
Gents' super Silk Tie?", Towal*, Selecias. Table Cav?
ers, Cutlery, Toilet Soaps, Handkerchiefs, tzc.
GENT.V ALL WOOL CA>SIMERKS, Sackincs,
Cloth, Tweed.?, White C. Flannol, Black and W. B.
Thread, Ladies' Super Glov.s.
Invoico Ladies' COVERINGS and 20 cartoons Bal?
Assortment of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
Conditions cash. _December 21 %
Sale of Fancy Goods.
BY T. all. CATER.
Will be sold TBIS DAY, 23d December, at 10
o'clock, on Brown's Wharf,
Superior TOILET Se TS (Decorated)
Vases, of Various styles
Cut Decanters, Wines, &c
French Tea Sets
French Flower Pots
Full and well selected invoice of French Toys, of
These goods are of direct importation via New
Conditions cam on delivery. December 23
Boots, Shoes, Bregans, Gaiters, Balmorals.
BY N, HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY, 23d instant, at 10 o'clock, In our
salesroom, No. U2 Meeting-street, we will sell for
150 coses assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmo?
ral?, Ac. Our usual splendid assortment, all fresh
and desirable goods, direet from tho factory, and
selected with great care, to which we invite the at?
tention of buyers and the trade. December 23
Horses, Mulei, One Milch Cow, Ploughs,
Harness, Two Counters, One Large Carpet,
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half past 10 o'clock A. M., at No. 33
Broad-street. December 23
One Handsome Rosewood Piano at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
Four Large Building Lots.
BY BOWERS & SILCOX.
Will be sold, TBIS DAY. 23d inst., in front of the
Old Postofflce, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
Two LUI S on Huger-srreet, measuring and con?
taining flity-one feet iront by 203 feet deep, more or
Two LOTS on Moultrie-stre*t, fifty-one feet front
by 203 feet deep, be thc same more or los, butting
and bounding on the east by lands of Dr. Lamb, on
the west by Lot No. 4, as surveyed by R. K. Payne,
Conditions-Half cash; the balance payable in one
year, wilh interest from day of salo. Pur chasers
to pay B. k S. for papers and stamps.
Fine Building Lot, Rutledge Avenue.
W. Y. LEITCH. & R. S. BBUNS,
Will bc sold on TO-MORROW, 21th instar, t, at the
Uld Postotlice at ll o'clock.
That large BUILDING LOT, Rutledge Avenue,
north of Sp;ing-streot, adjoining promises of T. M.
Cater, Esq , measuring m trout on rutledge Avenue
82 feet, by 213 feet in depth, bo thc sama more or
.Jcrms cash. Purchaser to pay for ppcrs ana
Valuable Real Estate al Auelion.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of ?ale, to ma directed by the
Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, Tudge of the United slates
District Court for thc Di-trlct of South Carolina,
I wi 1 offer for sale at public auction, on TUES?
DAY, January 12.1860, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
Old Postoffice, foot of Broid-streot, Charloston,
AU that LOT OF LAND, being part of the lot for?
merly known by the No. - Meotiug-street, in the
City of charleston, measuring in width running
parallel with Meeting-street fifty (50) feet, and in
depth forty-one (411 feet Bounding north on lauds
of Otis .Mills, ca-t on lands of -Btiiott, south on
lands of estate of James Gibson, and west on lot of
land below described
All that other LOT OF LAND, with the BUILD?
INGS thereon, situ?t; on MeetlLg-strest. and for?
merly known as No. 234. Bounding to the west on
Meetlng-slreet and "measuring thereon say fifty (60)
feet, to thc north on landa at estate of James Gib?
son, and measuring on said line sav one hundred
and thirty-five 185) feot, to the east on lot of land
above described, and measuring on said line pay
fifty (50? feet, and to the south on lands late of John
Terms-One-third cash; balaice in three equal
successive anim d instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, beariug interest from day of
sale at the rate of seven per cenL per anuum, and a
mortgage of the premises, buildings to be . insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. LOUIS McLAIN,
Assignee of James Browne.
December 23 wfm9 tul
The Executors of Birnie vs. Wescoat.
BY JAMES W. GRAY,
master in Equity.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 31st December, 186$,
at the Old Customhouse in Charleston, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate in St Paul's Pariah, C.unty of Calleton, on
Wadnaalaw River ami Toodadoo Creek; owtiunins
one thousand onehundrcd and thurtt en 18-100 a?res
of high land, inc'udiig some volata of marsh land
that set into it with thc three larg-at islanes.
Bonnding ou Wadnaalaw River and Toog-tdoa Oreelt,
and os lands of Abraham Wilton and Edward Whit?
ley, of Edisto Island, according to plat ot J. Wilson,
Surveyor, made in 1814.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable in sir
equal suocessive annual instalments, secured by
bonds of purchaser, wi. h interest at soven percent,
per annum, payab e annually, and mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papera and stamps.
J. W. GRAi', Master tu Equity.
December 12_awi till
U.VDKli BECHEE IN EQUITY.
Boyce vs. Wilmans, et al.
On WEDNESDAY, thc 30Lh Deoomboc. 1868. at lt
o'clock, will be sold at the Old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LA NU, with tho BUILDINGS
thereon, si.iu.atg, iylag aaa being on the north sida
Ot Uaj no street, in the City of Charleston, and desig?
nated by the number live (6) iu apian of lots in
Hoyne, Meeting, Marker. Church, Aiiaou and Piucfc
ney streets, drawa by R. R. Payne, surveyor, in May;
IS50, measuring and containing on tho eoath and
north lmes 22 feet 7 inanes, and "n the east and west
lines, extending northwardly to Pi ickcy-itroet, 158
feet, more or lesa: butting and Doonding to the
soulh on Hayne-straet, to tho wost on lot number
lour (1) in said plan, ana now or lately owned by L.
M. Wiley, to the north on Pincknev-stroet, and to
thc east on ?ot number PIX (*I in said plan, and now
or lak-ly ovned by-Kelseys.
lenna-One-fourth cash; balanao In Ava oqttal
successive annual instalments, secured by bond or
bonds ot tho parshi.sor, with lutero t at ?evan per
cent, and mortgage ot premises; thu bnildinss to be
insured and polioy ot inauraaoa assignai. Purcha?
ser to pjy for papers and pumps.
J. W. GRAY,
December 9 w4 Master in Equity.
Superior Phosphate and Rice Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD & M ITH EWES,
Real lis?ate Agents, No. 50 Droad-st.
At Private Salo
A lint Rico and "revision PLvNl'ATfON, on good
pitch ol tide on tba. part of tki ,\shrpoo River navi
tab'e for large scl'.ocneis having cxt-usive deposits
of Phosphate Rock, .vieldii.tr from 68 to 1^ per cent,
of bone phosphate. Thod-.'iosit approaches the sur?
face of the land witutn six lnciie -, iud ia immediately
on tho river. Tuera is 200 a ra- of lido swamp under
bank, ol tho ' est qualiiy, and 7'W aorpa of hhth land
suitable tor cotton and provi-loua, partlv clear. 0 and
In woods, 'ike place is weil settled lu buildings,
withui three miles rf depot on Charleston and Savan?
nah Rjilroad, and six mile s lrom a well known
h"althy pine land village. wuai De. ember 23
CLIFFORD & u AT WK WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 50 Broad-street.
For sal? and Loase
PHOSPHATE L^ND!I o?a suponor quality, on
flccp water navigation and hoaltby locations all the
RICE and COT TON PLANTATIONS? and FARMS ia
all parts of Ibo State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
Valuable Trait of Land in Christ Church Par?
ish for Sale or Lease.
BY J. DRAYTON FORD,
Broker and Commission Agent.
A very Valuable PLANTATION OR TitACT o*
cleared and uncleared Land, coutaining about 600
acres, adjoining the village o? Mount Pleasant, oa
^hern's creek and tho publlo road It ha? a bold
hndnu and a fine mill tl e. 'I his property win bo
sold or leased as a whole, or iu tract? to snit parues.
Tarma very easy. , .
Apply as above, ? J. t RAYTON FROD,
No. 10 Broa A street.
Dsoembai 2J cac mwf3