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THE DAILY- NEWS.
jjgaj- LA BU KSI CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS ltLTNG THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVINCx THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY- OF CHARLESTON.
.PUBLISHES THE LIvT OF LETTERS REMAIN
?NO IN ?UE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
MILLIONS & SOM wdl sell at 12 o'clock, at wharf j
Vost ot Veudue Raneo, sloop f Uzi. .
JEFFOKDS &CO. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock, in
front if their stores, Veadue Range, pig haras,
T. AI. CATEE will sell at thrce-quarlers-past 9
o'clock, in his stor.\ on Brown's Wharf, butter,
hams and lard. , ," . " , , .
R. k A. P. CALD WKLL will soil at half-past 9 o clock,
in iront o: their stoic East Bay, hsms and tobacco.
LEITCH k BBUXS will seU at ll o'clock, at the old
Postofflce, a bui ding lot and wooden hon?e; also,
LOOTS D. DESACSSUHE will sell at ll o clock, at tho
oldPostofflce, a residence and storehouse; also, old
isiue City of Charleston stock.
LAUKXY k A LEX AK DEB will sell at 10 o'clock, in
thea* store, East Bay, sweet and Irish potatoes, ba?
JOHNG.MILNOB dc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
their salesroom, MeettnR-stroet, dry goods, bats, kc
MTT.FB DBAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, in Ids store,
corner King and Liberty streets, clothing, hats and
dry good?. /
J. & F. DAWSON will sell at ?0 o clock, at their
?store, East Bay, a chaice selection ot Christmas
THE DAILI NEWS PUICE CUBBENT AND COM
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o'clock to-morrow morning. Business toases)wish?
ing to subscribe for a specified number of copies
containing their cards, should leave their orders at
our counting room to-day. AR orders for ten copies
and over will be supplied at the rate of two ?nd a
half Dents per copy.
A C HB ISTHAS Luxen.-Christinas does not
come until to-morrow, but Torcfc has determined to
celebrate Christmas Eve by a lunch that would hon?
or Christmas itself. The bUl of fare contains among
other delicacies oyster soup, boiled mutton .and
capers sauce, boiled reek fish, w?d turkoy and wild
STE ANO s AND FATAL ACCIDENT. -A little frirl
residing in Charlotte-street, wliiie twinging yester?
day on a rope attached to two pests, cune in cen tact
with one of them, and was so severely injured that
sha died from the effects. Coroner Whiting Leid an
inquest on thc body ODd the jury brought in a ver?
dict in accordance with the facts stated.
THE NIAGARA YICTCEIOUS.-The judges of
the playing on the recent parade of the Colored Fire
Department, consisting of Jamos Young of the Com?
et, J. O. Boom?eld of tho Niagara, Th03. Deainson of
the Ashley, and Joseph Lazirus o.' the Promptitude,
have decided tait the Niagara bore off the laurels ou
Tuesday. The Promptitude and the Comet tied, and
the Niagara beat them by four feet four inches,
The Ashley brought up the rear.
CLUBS AND STABS.-TWO red cows were tskca
np yeserdny going atlarge.
Henry Len is was lodged for a breach of trust to
the extent of Si 25. Mr. J. L. Dobbins, corner of
Calhoun and Meeting street was the sufferer.
L. Joseph for driving a wild cow through thc
streets, endangering peoplo.
James Williams, colored, for peddling fowls in the
streets without a license.
Wm. Duff for selb ag a wild cow to L. Joseph, and
roprcsontirg her to be gentle.
Alexander and Lewis, colored, tor teing drank
CHBIBTMAS AND CONDUCTOBS ON COT RALL
WAT.-Next tko reporter on aa enterprising daily
like THE NEWS, there is no class of persons whocc
onergie? arc moro severely Uxod than the conduc?
tora on the street railway. They are at their posts
in sunshine and in storm-on weekdays, on Sun?
days and on holidays, pur?u>ng the same unvarying
round of arduous dtity. Christmas is aa unusual
holiday-ono that does not como every day, and
henea lt Las more peculiar chirms and memories to
be revived it the family boord, on th? hearth before
the crackling logs, and in the bosoms of those "near
and dear." We would suggest that the cars stop
running on to-xorrow, the 25th, and knowing, as
we de, the generous spirit which actuates the man?
agement, we feel sure tbs: the boen will be gloated
if it is not clearly incompatible with the interests of
ENTEBTAINTIENT ON BOARD THE FEDBO PLAN
DO LIT-Captain E. Moagnal.of the Spanish ship Pedro
Plondobt, gave an entertainment on board ship yes
tredoy to his Charleston friends. Among those prest nt
were Colonel A. O. Andrew?, President of the Cham?
ber of Commerce, Mr. Andrew Simends, President
of the First National Baak, several prominent mer?
chants, and the represen tativi s of the press. When
the proper time arrived, Colonel Andrews proposed
the success ot the good ship Pedro Plandolit, accom?
panying his toast with one of those finished and or?
nate after-dinner speeches for which he is famous.
Mr. C. N. Hubert responded briefly but happily la
behalf of Mr. W. P. Hoi, the osent of the
ship. Speeches wera also mide by Mr. Has?
tie, Mr. F. P. Salas, and other gentlemen,
but the speech was that of th: captain, deliv?
ered, by request, ia his no'ive Spanish. He
said tint he had been running to the port ot Charles?
ton for somo years, and he spoke in tho highest
terms of the city and people, and hoped that the
trade between Charleston and Barcolona would be
soon revived. If the captain formed as good an
opinion of all his gues's as they d<?d of him, he must
have wondered how ho was so fortunate as to
collect so many excellent peop?e at sn short no?
tice. DJ fac?, Csptoin Mooga*] is not oaly a
skilful navigator, but he is also an accomplished aod
educated gentleman. He is the author of several
works in his nativo tougu?, which have given him
some celebrity, and which he prizes almost as much
as tho elegant gold chronometer which was given
hun for saving a vessel under very trying circum?
Thc Pedro Plando'it is a htnisomo ship, of 824
Spanish tons, built at Port Mahon, and launched ia
March last She is at present engaged in tho trade
between Liverpool and this port, but it is to bc
hoped that her enterprising agent. Mr. W. P. Hall,
will soon have an opportunity of loading ber for
Barcelona direct, and thar the profitable commerce
once carried OJ between Cha le.-ton and Barcelona
will be revived.
THE FAIS OF THE SISTERS IN SUMTER.-The
air of the Sisters of Mercy in Sumter was a com?
plete suecos?, pecuniarily and otherwise, and was
countenanced and assisted by thrj elite of that thriv?
ing town. The decorations ot the court room, and
tho display on tho tables, tagcthcr with the well
supplied restaurants, excee lod the cxpoc'atious of
al!, ss did tho general result of thc tuperb entertain?
ment. Tho following is a partial list of the prises
WOB: Piano cover, w..uby Mary Mahor, of Charles?
ton; botih: of cologae, J. Wescol; album, Mis* \l
Conroy; bridal pocket handkerchief. Mis* B.
O'Hara, of Charleston ; pomatum poti, H W Wt-ils;
card case. Munson; cruat stand, T. S. O'Brion;
album No. 2, Mis. Bligh; No. 3 album, J. A. Power;
ladies collar, Mr. Ful er; crochet shawl, Mr. M. Ger
i-?aty; cup and saucer, by Mr. J. Conroy; Jewelry
box, A. Torrent; cimry bird. Mr. Jacobs; tortoise
brace'ets, Mr. H. W. Pemberton; cup and fou'-er,
Mr. Canov.m; cordial set, Jos. Murph> ; gold ring,
Thes. Booth; iced cake. Ure. Riordon; large china tea
sst, won by S. F. Hughes; iced cake, by F. J. Green;
dozenpeckot handkerchiefs. Miss M. Guilmetlos;
? silver toa fot, Oliver Jones, Atlanta; silk quilt
by Cornalie; handsome doll, by K. C'Rilcy, ourater;
wax doll, by It, Komrmx; breazs tea set, by J. Irwia;
silver cream cover, ty M/a. Commerford, Columbia;
doll No. 2, L. H. Choen, Charleston; silk quit, Mrs
Bogan, Sumter; handsome set of oh i us, Mr. McCar?
thy, Charleston; toilet set, Mis- Monoman, Sumter;
Pope's likeness, air. Moneian, Sumte-; iced cako,
H. F. Baker, Charleston; hand'oraa wax doll, Mr.
Ch ec; handaamc doll io wairo, Min U Mc
ElhCEC, Sumter; Bohemian delantera. Mia. Ever
heat, Sumter; hilt dozjn s'tlrts. Wm. Morin; mou?
choir case, Mi?K. MOS?S; merino suit, 'lt. Q. Bcob
W?mington; Christin-? cake. Jarnos Kia;;; card bas?
ket. Miss A. Daly; doll's bedstead, rd ward O'Riley;
doll's bedstead, John Jones; handsome cup and
saucer, B, Owens; gold thimble, Kiss E. Murphy.
THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
For tho benent of our readers who desire to pur?
chase holiday poods, we continue to-day our notices
of Arms advertising in our column?, and recommend
them to the patronage of tho public.
No c'hristmaE fireside should be without a plenti?
ful supply of those popular magazines and pictorials
whieh Lave become sa marked a feature of the cur?
rent literature of eur day and generation. Mr. C. C.
Righter, at No. 101 King street, ha.- made a specialty
of supplying this kind of reading, and a half hour
?peut in inspecting tho contents of his couuters will
bc time well and pleasantly spent. Be also has a
fuM stock of s*atione:y and fancy goods, iucluding a
rich assortment of photograph albums :tnd frames,
suitable for Christmas presents.
The first requisite for making a stylish dress is to
procure a reliable pattern alter the latest fashion.
The dress, when made alter such a pattern, looks
well, fita well, and is the admiration of all who see
lt. Mrs. Zernow is ready to afford our ladies the aid
of her practiced tknl io the preparation or their holi?
day toilettes. Her stock of millinery is lar^o, and
icc'ndcs all the latest styles.
Tho greatest consolation in misfortune, tho great?
est luxury fortune can afford-tobaeco, smokod or
ehewed. The best tobacco always on hand ot La
Criolla, where Mr. Jose Jara, the renownei, will sc
leet for ihoso who cannot select for themselves.
No orchard is half so attractive as tho establish?
ment of Andrews & h alvo. No. 497 King-street, for
there may be found the oranges of Florida and the
apples of New York, and a great variety of other
An old and fashionable hatter is Steele, tho cele?
brated He has introduced ali the latest fashions,
an? bc has a 1776 for Christmas.
For all varieties of foreign or domestic fruits and
produce, we can confidently refer our readers to the
active and enterprising firm of Welch & Itraudes.
Their new and very handsome store. No. 218 East
Bay, is already ono of the prominent features of the
Bay, and by strict attention to business they have
built np for themselves a thriving and lucrative
trade. Their stock of sweet oranges at this time is
particularly fine. No Christmas tree will bo com?
plete unless it bears some dozens of their luscious
Tully, the famous Charleston caterer, whose
matcbl es skill in all that pertains to the gastronom?
ic art is so well known in our commuuity, announces
in THE NEWS, this morning, that his delicious mince
pies will te ready for bin customers iresh every day.
His capacious larder is also filled with thc choicest
gamo and poultry of aU kinds; and he L'cer-S on
stand all sizes of tLose rich and handsome iced ftuit
cakes and pound cakes, for the preparation of which
he bas so high a teputation.
REPOBTEBS CBUMBS.-Mr. ?. L Cunning?
ham, with commendable enterprise, is erecting a fine
booth in the lower market, in the style of those seen
m Keston and other northern cities, Mayor Clark
m ade seme suggestions some time ago, looking to
the general erection < f closed stalls, which will
greatly improvo the market and add to the comfort
of tho occupants. We hope Mr. Cunningham's ex?
ample will bo folio .red by otb; rs.
Inc gtnth man who lest a plaia gold stud with the
initial U engraved ou it, In the Billiard Saloon oppo?
site tho Ch ulesion Hotel, a day ago. Ii requested to
call and take it away, or leave the other ene.
The Rev. Dr. Hi^ks will preach on ntxt Sunday,
in Dr. Bachmau's Church, corner of Archdale and
Mr. E. G. locum, Deputy Stato Cousiablo for
Charleston County, says it is his duty to attend to
any cases that require th-j services of a detective for
the detection and arrest of criminals w.;o violate the
law in said county. Information lodged with him at
the Charleston Hotel will receive prompt ntioimon.
Commodore Nutt and Miss Minnie Warran selected
the es tail; th men t of Messrs. Welch & Brandes to
make some purchases of tropical fruits from yester?
day, and whiled away some time ir. making up a par?
cel from their luscious colleci?n.
A day or two ego a younjj man b; thc name of
Jack?en, while going to Mr. Hanckcl's plantation in
Christ Church Parish, was ?hot at by seme colored
men secreted in the bushes.
Tho City Inspector made an attack on Rutledge,
street yesterday and shell d the sidewalk ou tho east
?ide, fr Cul Calhoun to Vandorhorst street.
Mr. T tu?hm was seriously injured yesterday by
an infi riattdecwin blizabeth-strcst. Tho cow was
oilerw rrdslUled in the churchyard of st. stephen's
Son e improvements are going on in thc Bennett's
mill yard, foot oi Wontworth-street.
There will be services in the churches ou Christ?
The First National Bank will bc clcsed on Christ?
mas day. Customer^ must au?cipate business fall?
ing duo on tho 25th.
The Missionary Colorod Prosby terian f hiuvh open
a fur to-cay at Howard's Ball, Meeting-sheet
The presidents of the various coloted societies
and organizations met at Military Hall, lost evening,
to arrange a prcgrart-me for the celebration of Eman?
cipation day-January 1?
The Alerts leave for Savannah to-day, at 10 o'clock,
by the steamar Fannie, Accommodation wharf.
Considerable interest is manifested in the decision
of the Supremo Court in the maniamus eas;, which
is to be rendered on Januaiy 5th.
The creditors of the People's Bank of this city are
callo! upon to present statements of their claims in
bills of the bink hold, which must bi designated by
number and dencmlnation.
Tho automaton Santa Cl uv cimlug ou? of the
chimney over Brookbanks, Moriug near Queen
street, blows a trumpet whenever provoked by tho
rival trumpeters bolew.
Many colored persons Lom tho neighboring is?
land* aro coming inti the city to spend Christmas.
Judging trora tbe largo number of myrtle bushes
being brought from the suburbs, Christmv trees
this seaton w.U bc as p'ontiful as blackberries in
The Comet Fire Company, No 5, of thc boland
department, challenges (he Promptitude or any
o her company in (ho dopartmcnt for a now trial,
fer a silver cup, to bo paid for by tho defo ilf d com?
Tom Thumb and party tell oa tho So ut a Carolina
Railroad fer Augusta.
The Sunday School of Trinity Church will have a
Christmas tree to-morrow. Tho svholart will meet
at Trinity Church at thieo o'clock. Religious exer?
cises will take place at half-past three, after which
tho children will march te tho ..Tro.1," when p.-eseuts
will i c distributed.
The Hatters' Bank wUl clo?e to-morrow.
Commodore Nutt visited the Widow's Home Fair
last evening aud e oiled a perfect furore amongst
Three gold watches, ono fob chain an 1 seal attach?
ed, one guard chain, toil attached, one guard chain,
key attuned, four silver watches, one brass walch,
one galvanized watch, one cigar holder and case, two
steel chains, two oar-rings, one brooch, throe breatt
pios, two firemen's badges, ono bracelet, two imita?
tion si.vcr chains, have been recovercJ by thc Detcc
tivts, and will be dolivered to owners, on identifica?
tion, by tho Chief cf Polxc.
The l air of the Widow's Dome will bc closed Ibis
evening, but will bo opentd ou Tuesday ami wed
nc?dav evening of next week, to close out raffle li?is.
LIST or PKK?ES drawn at Hie Fair of the
Widow's Homo on Wednesday evening, tho 23d
instant: On? dinner set, Miss S. Seabrook; one bil
ver cream pitcher. Miss A. Frost; i no pair vases,
Mrs. O'Hcar; ono cake. Bias F. A. Caldwell; ose
cake, X. Bato.-; ono cake J. E. Smith; one box nick
nacks,-floghe.?; one wjx doll, C. F. Panknin;
on? opera cloak. Mis? ritch; os o baby ho;: so, Miss
S. Wil iams; one work box. Miss Kato Fuller; otto
pa-r slippers. S. lord; one weather bouse, Mrs.
Willhigtcn; ono work box, Mr. Strau s; one cake
basket, Mr. T. V. Jones; one tea set, Mrs. Miles; one
cocoanut steeple. Miss Gaillard; one bracelet, Ju?
lius Pringle; one tidy, C. J. Jenkins.
HOTEL ABUTTALS.-December 23.-Pavilion
Hotel-R B Manahan, JL Gurv?is, John's Island;
J W Denny, Columbia; R B Kennedy aa-1 wife, Sa?
lisbury, NC; C J Cain. St John's; John C Porter,
Wm Ioswetl. Anson t?itv, NC: J M Pooscr, Colic
ton; R A MoMil'an, KingsU-eo.
Charleston Hotel- Alex O Bradley, Augusta ; John
C Cilhoun, C M Ruciar, 6outa Carr.lirj ; J S Hard?
wick and lady. Texas; o D Nathans. Philadelphia; J
H Richardsou, souai Carolina"; Il \V Webb, i-olatn
bia; CS Riddell. Uilt-m Head; Rutledge Wilson,
New York; :. A Hopklnw, Ballimore; I) D "sehur, A G
F Alden, Ct yj C A Spe ry. Oranget-iirg; .1 Bovkin,
Camjen; W W Davis, North Carolina; J J Robertson,
Georgii; C S Carrinston, City; Allston White. J L
Ogdon, Pennsylvania; H C Goodopad and wito, New
York; Chas Walsh, Jr, Mobi e; H I Moore, wile and
ch?d. Rutherford. N C; Chas J Peck. New York;
Isaac T Osterh ul, WUkosbarre, Fenn.
THE ."JACKETS_The markets will be closed
on Christmas and w?l ba opened all to-day until
niue P. SI.
MULES AND HORSES.-Hr. It. Arnold adver?
tises to-day :-oinc linc mules and horres for sale.
CITY STOCK.-Mr Louis D. DcSau?surc will so l
to-day 510.fi3? ol'City Sis per cent, stock, old issue.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS in old is^tic Bank
of the State bills for sale by Andrew Moreland,
EXTENSIVE SALE OF STOCKS, BONDS AND
REAL ESTATE.-Special attention i? tailed lo the im?
portant sale advetbscd by Messrs. Leitch A: Bruns
in another column.
Go AT ONCE and ?ecure a cha?es at that beau?
tiful music box, playing ten opera airs, with bells,
drums and castanets, to be drawn for on Christmas
day. There are only a few chances left Von San
ten's is the place.
December 21 4
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southoast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
YOUNG MEN ! Remember your sweethearts.
Toko heed ! Santa Claus expects you to call on bim at
his headquarters, No. 229 King-street, Von Santen's
Bazaar. He has specially provided for j ou with the
most beautiful prosents, and will sell them to you
cheap. -1 December 21
IF YOU do not know what to buy, go to Von
Santcn, No. 229 King-street, at once for consultation.
He has been Santa Claus' special agent for Charles?
ton, South Caro.ina (exccpbng dining thc late un?
pleasantness), for over twenty years, and knows ex?
actly how to plea.e thc uioit fastidious.
December 21 1
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in tvey Btyle. Mince pie?, in-sh daily. Hot cof
fco and choco'atc at aU hours. Ice cream every
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS.-NOW is thc
time to remember your lricnd ?. Mr. Von Sante-n
will open this day some beautiful goods suitable tor
Christmas presents. Grandpas and graudmas, fath?
er?, mothers, sons and daughters, c ld and young, can
got su;ted at Von Santen's Bazjsr. No. 229 King-street.
His stock of new good? just u.-eued arc beautiful.
NOTICE TO PARENTS.-"Oh ! pa, como here,
I wont lo tell you a secret. If you do now what I
wish, I will bc a good child all the year round, and
for all time to com'?. Oh, go to Mr. Klein's hand?
some fruit flore, at No. 339 King-street, and buy
one of those sweet, sweet slngors-a Canary bird.
How sweet they do sing 1 You know what Mr. Ktciu
told mc; that ho would give mo one for $5, ind that
is not much for such beautiful creatures. I will not
care icc any cindy, or even lo ncc Tom 1 numb and
thc big circus. Do got a bird for me and my dear
m-imma, and then wo will bc so happy. Oh, do got
one!" 3+ December 21
No. 1 PEHU VI A N
SABOT'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PERUVf AN.'
S A RD Y'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,'
HIGHEST (UlABES PURIC PHOSPHA?
TID GUANOS AND GltOLM)
TriE USE OF THE /.BOYE SOLT'BLE 1MO-PIIO
PERUVIAN and Ammoniited Soiublo PacMic
Guanos is particularly recommended, heist' coin
pou? ds of tho riceest Pacific Pho-phatic Guano,
rendered soluble; thc former containing twenty per
cent, of Peruvian Guano, and tho latter highly om
moniated with animal matter-inaaiug tho most
concentrated and prolilablo f?rtil zers m uso for cot
tou, corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For sale lu boys and burels, In quantics to suit.
Testimonials from those wh i havo used the abjve
will be turniped on application.
GBABSBB, i KL;, SM Til ?ECO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
?Feed your Land and it will Feed Von."
December 21 nae thstu4mn
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
S U li ? B 1< H
CA PIT Al,.Sl.OUO,000.
rpHIS GUANO DTFFhRii FROM PEROVIAN
.L Guano simply in ?he relative proportions of
the same eh m en ts of fertility.
Its use during thc past tour years for the culture
of colton and "orn has given to it a character tor
standard excellence unsurpassed by genuine Peru?
vian Guano, and where Boaseas of drought inter?
vene it produces a large Increase of crops.
Tho pike at wince this Guano is placed is so
much below that of Peruvian Guano, as to con-tito te
it an object of matorial importance to Southern
The large cipital and resources of thc Company
enable it to furnish a Guano of the highe t valuo at
the lowest possible cost to consumer*, and the
highest interest of tho Company is recognized in
Tho Company looks to large sales, ema 1 profits
and a permanent trade for compensation on capital
Dr. SI'. JULIEN RAVENEL, of Souh Caro?
lina, is Scientific Director to ibo Company,
which affords a sure guarantee of the continuo! ex?
cellence of the Guano. None genuine unless brand?
ed with tho name of JOHN s. HEk?N.??: CO. Gene?
ral Agents ot the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode of application, opplv to
J. y. BOBSO.V,
.Agent for the State ol r outh Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Doccm' cr 19 Die stuth3ino
QAA TONS O NUIN'E No. 1 PERUVIAN
O VJVJ Of ANO. to arrive aud now ou the way per
Schooner "Arctic" and oilier vessels.
For sale by T. J. KERR \ CO.
J S T Jfi I BBB,
BOOT M A KER.
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT
olGI?N'ls* BOOTS. GAI rt RS and KHOBS of tho
lotest Rt vies and best moke, cheap tor cash, at No.
Boots and Shoes ma^e to order at ihe skorte-t no
riiNv. thslulru'i DM*taber .1
QHAV1KG ANli HAIR-CUTTING,
W . E . M A It S H A L L ,
AT TH 2
B HO ADS Tli ELT DAUBER SALOON,
No. Si (UP STAIRS).
Dec mber S
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C 0 M M T : S I O M MERC II A >' 1 ,
Chirtestou. S. C.
P. GAD.uir.N HASELL. timos September 21
lyiLLis it CHisoua.
?FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILT. ATTI-Nw TO THE PURCHASE, SAl ? ANT.
8HIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Torts) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOB Eh
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, s. c.
K. WILLIS.i. R. CHT30LM,
T OCA.1 ?i Sli.YSltOOIv,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IA'
No. 33 BROAE-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYN?RD SEABROOK
Sap tem box
OFFICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE, "1
Sole Imp-? ter of the ?chiedam Aromatic .Vc/iiia/y?, !
Ho 23 Braver-:.ti cc t. [
Knr YonK, November a. 18G8. J
To thc People of thc Sonthern State? :
WHEN; THE PURE MEDIC IM >.L ItEsTOli \TIVI'.
now 60 widely knov,u as WOLFE'S ?-CHIEDA3I
SC aNAPPS, was in rodnccd itito the world nuder
thc endorsement of four thousand lead'n-i members
of the medical profession some twenty years ago, Ita
proprietor was well aware that it could uot wboily
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparation.-!. He, thcrelorc, endeavored lo invest il
willi strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to prate it diffi
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty :;nd properties having oten thus ascertained, sam?
ple? of the article wer J forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all tho leadiug practitioners in
tho United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation and a
report o? ?he result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand ol' the most eminent medical nicu iu
the Uuiou promptly responded. Thoir opinions of
thc article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had lens been wanted by
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on thc
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
moro or lees adulterated, and therefore until for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of juniper, which formed one of
tho principal ingredients of tho Schnapps, tegcther
with un unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of thc faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stium?
laut os a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the highest rank were pubUshed in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
schnapps, as one of the guarantee.-- of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud won Uso
adopted; a patent was obtained for the article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of thc propriolor's
autogiaph signature wn~. attached to each label and
cover, his name aud that of thc preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and the corka were scaled with
his private seal. No artidc had over been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and thc label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of Now York during that,
It might be supposed by persons una.-quafn>cd
with thc d iring character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation o:'honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that thc pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these t-chnapps
would have precluded the introductions ?iud salo of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimulated thc rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark ol th: proprietor has been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
dishonoruMo retailers, niter disposing of thc ccnuiuc
contents of his bottles, have tided them up with
common gin, thc most deleterious of all liquor?, and
thus made his name and br.ud a cover for poison.
Hie public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, arc equally Interes to . with tho
proprietor in thedctcclioa ami suppression of tho.se
vclarious ptacticcs. The ge.wne a tick-, aia^uiac
tnrcd at the establish nient of thc u-'dcr-lgucd iu
Schiedam, Heiland, la distilled fro-n a barley of thc
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of the berry of the Italian jin ipc ', of unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it is ired from every acrimonious
sud corro-ivc clement.
Complaints have been rc eived from Ibo leadin;;
physicians and families in thc Southern stales of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnsppa iu those marke s; and travellers,
who are in the habit ol using it as an antidote to the
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify thal cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed efl* upon tho unwary. Thc
?gouts ol the. undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on tin; ai.bject, nu l lo forward to
him the names of such parties as they may ase. r
tain to bc engaged in thc atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion. Ibo undersigned would say that
he has produced, from undor tho hands of thu most
dUtingui-hca men of science lu America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and medicinal excel?
lence ol' the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
lie has expended many thousand dollars in sur
reundiag it with guarantees and safeguards, which
ho designed should pro.cd the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that Lc has bhown it
to be the only liquor in thc wcrld that can be uni?
formly depended upon a< unadulterated; th it ho has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment iu all Its fornn; ami lrom every ordeal
the preparation whi.hbears his name, teal aud trade
m-irk, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
ila duty ho owes to his telluw-ritz us generally, to
thc medical profession and thc sick, to denounce
and expose tho cbarlatius who counterfeit theso evi?
dencies of identity, and ho calls upon tho prosa and
the public to ?id him in his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following totten and ceri lucites from thc
leading physicians aud ch?m?t< of this city will
prove to the reader that all gooda sold by tho nuder*
sigue 1 arc all that they are rcpro cnted to be.
I feel bound lo say, that I regard your Selma,?ps
as being in every respect prc-.-miuenlly pure, and
deserving ol medical patronage. At all events, ii is
the purest possible article uf Holland Oin. htrcte
lore uuobtaiuable. aud ud Each may bc safely pro?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D ,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
2e> 1 LSE-STJtCET, NEW Tonic, I
November 21. TSC7. J
Unonrno WOLFF, Esq., Panent:
Dear .Sir-I havo ina ic a chemical cximiualion of
a sample <T your Schiedam schnappe, with the in?
tent of determining ii any for.-igu or injurious sub?
stance had been added to th- simple distilled spirits.
Tho examination has resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained uo poisouo sot- h.nomi
admixture. 1 have 1-OcU unable to discover any
traco ot the deleterious su bs lan ce- wirti are em?
ptoyed ta tbo adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to us: myself or to recount nd lo others,
for medicinal purposes, thu Sch.eda ni Schnapps aa
au excellent and unobjectionable variety <-J gin.
Very resjicviiiilTy yours,
(Signed,) CH A3. A. SEELY, Chemist.
KEW YORK, No. ?"> CEDAti-errErr, i
Ni v.m.-cr M. s807 J
Cnaz.ru-> Woura, K*q., Present :
Dear Sir-'. nave sabiuittcd to chemical una*vsia
two bottl'-s ol .-.vc redam Schnapps," wldcb 1 took
hom a tresh package- in your li u ml warehouse, au-l
dud. as before, that tho spL-ltuous liquor i-, ?reo
froai injurien < inarcdiculi or frhdueauuii* I hat it
has thc utarss orbring a^cd and not reeeudy pre?
pared DJ mechanical admixture of alcohol aitd aro?
Uespeeifcny, F.lE?. F. UAYVR,
NEW YORK, Tuesday, May L
UDOLWIO WOLFE, ESQ :
Dear Sir-'Thc wa ut o? nun V. inc.-; and Liquors
for medicinal purp"?? l-a . r> ea ion?; felt by it?-.-i ro
feaaion, and thonaauila of lives h^v? i>e?.n menaced
by ibo use ol adulu mi- d arti. !. e. D linum I nanon*,
ami oiln-r di.-ca-r:. o. the cu..ir. and u rves, MJ rife
in ibis eumur.-, sn- vcr.- rare i-. 1 m.:p;, o vinr', i.i u
groat devrae, to Uio uilL-rouco a iho pa iij of the
We luve tested the. sovuiai Brtie'lei. imported and
bo'.it by you, moulding ymir (Jiu. whi-h von sell un?
der Um name of Aromatic acliivcfeiai i-cl-wipp?. wiiieli
we consider justly entitled lo the high r?putation it
ha? acquired in lins country! and from your iongci;
pe: lenee as a loreign impozt r, jour lin.Ceu Wines
and Liquors should m et w til ib i fimo 'leiarud.
We would rccomiiicu.i you up. mu; m me of thc
rcspcoUblo apoihosusee iu d?neront iuris of tui> city
ns agenta for ih.- sale oj your I ir.??a ?nd Wines,
where die profetsiimi uau <>,.:iiu ibo t-awn when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Webing you success ia >-?mr now c-tcr;ri:c,
.MI romain, \our u.Iio .t -orvaiits,
VALENTINE MUTT. M. U, ProfVoror ru sur, cry,
University Hid'cal Coilo/je, New Yo k.
J. M. CA ICS OCHAN, M. !>., Professor rf Clinical
surgi ry, Surgeon-tni hi i io tbu Male Hospital,
Ac., .No. H !-a-1 biXteOUt --!ri;iiL
T.?.WI> A. SAYBh, AL L., No. 7J Broadway.
Ii r. PK W1?K-, lil i>.. So. TOI I roadway
yoSKPH W?lU'TEIt. M h . ->o I Kl NI >th-strcct,
NELSON s IEt Lil, si. D , No. :?7 'i;.- L. .vs.n et.
JeiUN O'REILl.Y, IL, Ko. ?JOFou.-?i street
B. L RAPHAL!., M 1).. Prof -sui- ul the Principles
and 1'ractici ol Mir cry. Now York Medical i.'ul
lejje, ?io.. No. Ul Nhl tu- ire (st, cud ot hera.
The proprietor also otTeni i';>r sale.
BOITLED WINES AND LIQCOIlo,
Imported and bottlod by himself, expressly for mo
-diclnal use. Each Dottle hae his eerlitica e of tis pu?
rity. UDULI'fJV W?LK??;.
November ll U mos
BY B. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 24th instant, will be sold before our
store, ai ball-past f> o'clock,
300 second quality HAMS.
1 bale Wrappers I Tnn,.-.ro
4 balos Fillers J ^U.^CO.
Cond.Hons cash. December 24
Pig Ham?, Strips, ?fe.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their Stores, at half
pa?t 1 o'clock,
COO Choice PIG HAMS
4000 lbs. Choice Sirip3
G boxes Bellies
60 bbls. Choice EatiEg;rotatoe3, '-Jackson Whites"
40 bbls. Sugar
50 boxes Layer raisins
25 bbls. Syrup
40 boxes ."oap
430 boxes Scaled Herriccs.
Deceuber 24 "
Butter, Hams and Lard.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sdd THIS DAY, cn Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 0-o'clock,
40 tubs BUTTEK
30 tubs I ard
Conditions cash. December 23
Swett Potatoes, on account of all concerned.
BX LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
THU DAY, tbe 24th inst., will be sold in our store,
No. 137 Bast Bay, at 10 o'clock,
20 bbls. SWEET POTATOES, on account of all
Conditions cash. December 24
Strips, Hams, Shoulders, Bellies, tfc.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, thc 24th inst, will be sold in our store.
No 137 East Bay, at 16 o'clock.
300 choice New York Sugar-cured STBIP3
150 choico Canvased Hams
503 second o/uality Hams (uncovered)
400 i-oeond qui ity Shoulders
200 heavy Bellies.
Barrels MOLASSES, barrels Irish Potatoos
Pork Hocks, kc, A:c.
Conditions cash. December 21
MILLIGAN & SON
Will sell, THIS DAY, at the wharl foot of Venduo
Bange, at 12 o'clock,
The Sloop ELIZA, capacity 14 cords wood, wiih
Sails, Rigging, kc, complete.
Clothing, Hals, Dry Ooods, ??c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock I will sell at my store,
corner of KiDg nnd Liberty-streets.
An invoice ot CLOTHING, just reoeived by steam?
23 Gent's Black Cloth FROCK COATS
50 Gent's Cloth and Cashmere Sack Coats
CO Gent's Velvet, Cloth and <'a=siinere Vests
300 pair Cassi mere, Satinet and Jean Pants
25 Reaver Overcoat i
25 case?, 150 dozen, Mon's and Boj's Wool Hats,
An assortin mt of DRY GOODS, Hosiery, Notions,
A-c. December 24
French, Madras and Charleston Handkerchiefs,
Wool Jackets, Hats, Dry Goods, Jr.
BY sIO?N G. S ILK OR- & CO.
THU DAY. Sith inst, at 10 o'clock, we will roil, at
our auction salesroom. No. 135 Mcotiug-strect,
French, Madras and Charleston H\NDKUR
CHIEFS, Knitted Gowns. Cardigan Jackets and
Vests, Scotch Plaid-hirts, C.is-iinere an! Belknap
Shirts. Shetland Ribbed UndcrsMtts and Diawvrs,
Gray Undershirts nud Drawers, Hi' kory Shirts,
Black Doeskin Pants, Fancy and Black Satiiiots, Cas
SlmSTcs, OX ord Satiuets and all-wool Komucky
Jeans. White Flannels. Bleached and Brown Shirt
ire, F.'iicy Trinis, Cbi'drcn's Balmoral Ho.-c and
Skirts, Spool Cotton, kc
conditions cash. Dc<"ember 24
Furniture Sale of a Family Retiring from
BY WARDLAW & CAREW.
Will be SOU on lUESTMY ?ex: 29lb instant, at the
house No. a7, westside of Pitt-str.-et, <no door
north ol Calhorn, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M.,
The FURNI1URE of a Family retiring from house
TABLE-*, Chain?, Boils. Uudstcads. Carpels, Book
Cases, Book?, and a gr at vanety ol other articles.
Terms ca-h. tbfzatui lleoenihi'i-24
STATK TREASURY OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 19,13G3.
HOLDERS Ol' BIULS OF THE BANK OP THE
SI ATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA, who desire
to FUND them, in conform ty to the Act of the
General Assembly ot 18CS. mu=t forward them to
this office previous to JANUARY 1, 1809.
Ti.c certificates of the Ma-tern in Equity will no
longer bo received as evideucc sufficient to entitle
thc hohiers to the Treasurer's receipt. Tho hills
will bc required. It is of absolute importance that
thc certifie ito of presentation to the Hank should ac?
company the bills, iu o. dcr to s- cure the intorwHl
Iroin tho dale ol' presentation to Janna ry 1. JS09.
Louds will bc Issued li, sums of ;5?, Sl?O, $5?? and
SleOO. NILES G. PARKES,
December 22 0 Treasurer of S. C.
THE STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To thc Munagert of Elections
for the C unl't of Beaufort:
WHEREA*, MR. G FORGE A. BENNETT, WHO.
n' the Gc.:cral Election held iii April. IMS, was
chosen a lii^mh'-r of tho House ol Bc resontatires
for thc h lection Dis'riet of Beaufort County, to serve
for two years, has since sahl election ro igucd; and.
wuorcai, SJC ConstlinU n of ibo stale of South Caro?
lina directs Hut in sti-h a case a Writ ol' Election
shall he Issued 1 y thc Speaker ol' the linne of Rep
rc*entntiYeslor the purpose oi (Hiing tue vacancy
thus occasioned, tor thc re i alndc of tho term tor
wliicli lite member so resigned was creeled lo serve :
Now,therefore, you ant each ot yen are. hereby
required, alter tin*advertisement, and with .-tri rtre
gani to alt Ute provision< of the constitution and
1 SWS of the said state. lou-hiriK your duty in such
ease, io hold :i: r?cv?iou fiW a Mc i?!i*t Of thc linus"
ol liepreM-nt r.ives, tot il.o Election Dhtrict aforesaid,
io serve tor thc r. matuder ul t;,e t*nu f r which ibo
sud GEORGE A. BUNNI-. CT was circle i ; the Polls
to h- opened al the niions places ol ricotta! in the
said District, on Mon by, i..-.- foitrlti day of January,
1SO0. by thc VJ ri ..ii* .-eti of Mauttgurs tor those
pl.-i.-is rrs;?.eliv.-ly ? ? i l M:-.nu ;e;-^ IO rennt ?h.
votes publicly immediatelv att i- the Qua] closing of
the poiis at Hie Pr ?cincia wh< re Ute Totes ha.e Ken
taken . mi he oula cortilPato o? the re.ult. ter bc
signe 1 by Ibo K luagrrs, ora rv j 'ri y ?if ?hem, and
taken tn ii;e Court House of Beau ott County, or
placenow llxcd bylaw foi- ouutling (he vote- on
UV In's ay, t c sixth day ol' J unary. WG3, hy on * j
or more o: sal I il imagen ; and tho i'.i-i-gers, ?-ra. i
majnrit- ni iliem. wk ? nay assam -I . >.:s;l uwevod
lo examino the aforesaid statem ut, mi l d clare thc
re-u?! ul the Elect! u
This Wi-1, togethi r willi your return <n the El?r.
tiou lo be h-ld under it. luve bcfiry i.i- H-u.-e. ol
Bepn ssnUUvea ailis next me tin-; nf er itu- Ktection.
Wilno-s thu Honor mic PM VAKUJI J MOSiw, Jr.,
E>quire spoiler of Ute Hon-HI ot' lieprescn
bilives. Kl Coin: niiii, Ibis tuc ?lid ty of De em?
ber, in ibo i.tar of our Lord o:ie thousand
lighthuudn d and sixty-eight.
FRANKLIN J. HOSES, .Tn.,
(.peaker ol ibo liousoni ReprcsentatiV'**.
A. O. JOSES, cerk o? the Houa.- o. Representa
December 11 20
ii ? ji p ii a io y s,
BROKER, A UCTIONEER A 7\D COMMIS?
?.AUL-" Ol' Itl-AL ESTA ! M. M'OUK--". BONUS, SE
CU Ul (IE-> AND Pi B-O??AI. i'UUPuKTY
Ai TUN DB U IO.
t\? o . >i 7 BRUAD'STUBKT,
CHARLU -TOSf, S, ?.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH. Esq.,
General JAMFS CONNER, T. R. WARTNO Esq,
Estate Sal", Inj order of the Executor.
W. Y. LfclTJJH & ii. ?. KR?NS.
Will be sold THIS DAY. at ll o'clock, near Ibo Old
0.\E THOUSAND DO LL A Ko PAST DUE BONDS of
the State oi South Caroliua, Cate 1859.
8000 South Car .lina Railroad BO?.DS, 7 per cent.,
intero-t duo April and October
8500 ?routh Carolina Railroad Bt-iids, 6 per cont., in?
terest due January anil July
4000 State of South Carolina Bonds (old), with Cou?
pons, January and July
25 Whole .-hares South Carolina Railroad Stock
50 Half shares south Carolina Railroad Stock
In sums to suit purchasers.
Terms ca-n. December 24
Fine Buildiny Lot, Rutledge Avenue.
W. Y, LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will bc sold. THIS DAY, tho 24th instant, at the
Uld l'ostoflioc. at ll o'clock.
That large BUILDING LOT, Rutledge Avenue,
nerfh of Spring-street, adjoining premises of T. IL
Cater, Esq " measuring in Iront on rutledge Avenue
82 feet, by 215 feet in depth, be the sume more or
'J erma cash. Purchaser to pay U3 for papers and
stamps. December 24
Wooden Building corner of Vanderhorst and
W. Y- LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold 1 HIM DAY, 24th inst., at ll o'clock,
at thc Old PostofHce,
A two-story WOODEN BUILDING, say 20 by 40
feet, ?nil Un roof, situated on tho previse* at the
northeast corner Vanderhorst and Rutledge streets,
said building to be removed wi bin ten days after
sale. Building can bi inspected at any time.
Terms cash. tuth2 December 21
UNITED STATES A3 A H SH AL'S SALK.
TOKED STATES OF AMEEICA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Dunlap Moncure if Co. vs. Martin L. Wilkins,
Trustee, and Thomas E. Screven-Decree
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of a Decreo of SaVo ro me dhvcttd, in tho
abeve cwro, by the Hon. George s. Bryan, Judge
of tho District Coan of the United t tates lor the
District atores. ia. I will expose f?r sal? at public
auctioi, at the Old Exchange, esst cad el Bro&d
street. on MONDAY, the 11th day of January, 1869,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that TRACT OF LAXD, in Prince William's
Parish, in the District of Beaufort, called ROSE?
FIELD, containing about five hunorrd and ninety
(M8i acres, mo e or less Butting and bounding lo
tho north on lands of William Elliott; te tbo east on
lands of Thomas M. Uanckol, known as Twicken?
ham ; te tho south on the lands of the estate of Tbos.
Fuller and Dr. Henry Puller; and to the west on th j
Shelden t eai.
Terms-Oae-tbird cash; and the balance on a cre?
dit ot one vnd two years, with interest, payable an?
nually, to be secured by a bond of the purchaser and
murtgago of the premises sold. Purchasers to pay
tho Unitel States Marshal tor all uece-a*ry papers
and stamps. .(. P. Al. h PPING,
United states Marshal for South Carolina Di'trict,
December 21 thlhnl
UNITED STATUS MARSHAL'S S lliK<
UNITED S?ATES OF AMERICA. SOUTH CAROLINA DIS?
James Dun'op and Thoma* ll". McCance vs
William B. Mean* and Junes M. Rhett
Decree for Foreclosure.
W. Y. LEITCH & ll S, BRUNS,
By vii tue o? a 1 ccrce of Salo to me directed in the
above case by the Hon Georg* s. Er .-an, Judge ot
thc District Com?' ol the Unl;ed Stales for thc Dis?
trict aforesaid. I will expose for aale at pub'ic auc?
tion, at ilia Old Exchange, cost end of Uroai-street,
on MONPAT, the eleventh day of January, 180J,
at Eleven o'clook. A. M.
All that PLANTATION OR TEA'.T OF LAND,
cal ed "FEI- F IBM," situate in Colicton DiVrict, in
ca:J state, m -asuring and contain tug c even hue
dred and sixty-live acre.', more or lest ; butting and
bouuiMn.; north by 'and.) o' Nathaniel Heyward,
kuown as Lavington ls ami, sad lands ct R. li. Rhett,
called Druu-tielJ; ea t by LaHo Creek, and lands
now or late of H. L. Toomer; ioulh by lands of Ro?
bert Chisoim, rnd westby lands of Haskell lthctt.
Terms-'Jim third cash; and tho balan?a on n cre?
dit ol o::o and two years, with Interest payable an?
nually, to bc secured by a bond of the purohaser,
and a mortgage of the prem'se? hold. Purchaser to
pay ihe L'niied States Marshal f jr all ncees?ury papers
and Rtiimps. J. P. M. KI PING.
United blatcs Marsha', for south Caroliua District.
December 24 . thtlml
U AI TED STATICS 31A USU I L'S SILE.
OUTED STATES OF AMERICA SOUTH CA?OLINA DI?
Leonard A Jones, ct al., vs Thomas A. Hu?
gill nm-/Acree for Foreclosure
VV. Y. LEITCH & il H. BliUNS,
By virtu? oi a Decree ot S ile to me directed, in thc
abovo esse, b.- the .'lon. George s. Bryan, Judge
of the District Court ot tho l.'aitcd Status, lor the
1 (strict aforesaid, I will expose for sa'c a' public
auction, at thc O d Exchange, east end of Broad
street, on MONDAY, the eleventh day of January,
1800,'at llo'd' Ck A. M.,
All that TRACI' OF LAND or PLANTATION,
known as a por.ion of Bud's island, weet of Jack?
son's Creek, situate in Christ ihurchjl'arisb,Charles?
ton District, in the State aforesaid, measuring aud
couUiuiugabout 30C0 acres. Bou: ?led on the north
by Lull's fay Channel, on thc seutli by the Atlantic
Ocean, on the west by Capers' Inlet, and on the e-st
by Jackson's Creek, following the natural run of the
western branch ol' said Ju?.sou Crick, until it
reaches S.lt Water Pond, and from thence in a
direct line to thu nearest point to the atlantic
Terms-Onr-third cash, and tho balance on a cred?
it of one and two ?ears, with interest payable an?
nually, to be secured by a bond of tho purchaser and
a mcrtcagc of tho premises sold. Purchasers t ) pay
the Unitea States Marshal for all neccssiry papers
nnd statuts. J. 1'. M. EPPINc*,
United St tes M?r.-hal for South Carolina Distiict.
December 24 Ih3nil
UMT.H.D STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. KOUTU CARCLINA Dld
Wiliiam Eustis il al., vs Veter J. Shnnd, et
al -Decree for Foreclosure
W. ?. ?ESTOS! * li. 8. BRUNS,
By virtue of a Decres of aa;o to ne directed, in the
ab ive oise, by lim lion. O coree S. I'ryau,
Judge of tho District Court of the United st ito -,
for th J District aforesaid, I will expose for sale at
T'ubli: mellon, a' ihr old 1 rchange, Ea t end ot
Uroad-s n-et, o'i MuND'Y. (ho ?Uh dry of Jauu
aty, JSti'i, at il o'clock, A. M..
All that PLANTAI luN OB TRACT OF LAND, on
Lady's is'atid, fortncrl1 ti c ero erty <?: iii i la u ois.
Patience Wiso li. fcus'is, cathu tteri un Ta? ho dc at
six hundred and forty ?'MCI acres; nb mt t.ir- e- iiun
dre I and Oliy (3j!)i kctt"" ht lor cultivation, s;x y idjl)
acres of thin wood, tho res: rait d?s and mrsrsh;
hounded ou he north by Cree.';, ea it by .'re ic that
divides Lady's Inland and st Helena Mead, south
ami westby DiruantI-bnd ned H-.7.A' - 1 dei Plan?
tation. Gcod nc;;ro houses, ovcr?cer'j b u-es,
cotton houses, blaUo homes, ka.
TWO HUNDRED |500| ACRES, mote or Uss. of
pine barren, situ tied cn Port Uoyal inland; bouuds
unknown; used as an nt acumen: to thc Lady's Is?
land Plintation for timber and fouelng atuff.
Terni--One-tniid c:-.--h; and :he bianci n:u
ci edit of oi:o, two and throe yearn, with int?r?t
payaulo aenualty, to i.c :.-ti.-eJ by a bond of tit !
purcbatcr aud a wong e uf tue .-u m ses ?o?d Pur
elm-cm to pay Iii s tlcucd Stales Uarshal for all
necessary nat e.-s and :.: nu, s.
J. V. M. ]TPI"''r,
United Mates Marshal for ! o:i:h i a.-oltua District.
Bccembi i il th&al
UM.?:.it ?>.':. .:.:.:.. . .- ixi^: .y.
Stern en //..?.'.? </ ai
Oa THURSDAY, a .sr .i:.u.*.~.t ll oVlock, will b? edi I
al t.'i" uM Customhouse,
All IV:" LOT >>.-' ;.\.-D, willi t-:o Buildings there?
on, si.tide- at thc n'fiheast c ru-.-.' of iii and
Gooroo streets, i i 1 :s city. mo suri-:;; iu traat OJ
Uiug-stTL-: 17 feel 'J iiwii .', .li -.t-u'r.-s un tL.- ea>t inc,
ami iu dup '. o . (.i.-or-: :- ir 11 titi fe ::. tnu siuiiou
tht> nortii line beth .-sume more or low. lionudl-it
iMir.ii on :;vl fjrnictiy o:' the e-t?? of ?oohoy;
tout h on Georgo-slreet; ea*: on lund now or .'y.-ma-.
1> vt thc ob.eof noah Dottel, and weat on King
i erm i-One-third <-a-b; butano* i-i ihrr-e equal
-ucce>::;ve anuiui ui-Li monte, irith ini-r at 7 pur
cent. p. r nu uni, iray.dcc annually, so. ureJ bv bonus
of tho purrbaa?r and mi rtgago ot tho pr mises; tho
tuiilingsto boiu>uroil and : olicj'ti.slgueiL Pui1
chaser to pay for papera aud auiupn.
J. W. GRAY.
Dccemli'-r 10 thm 4 Mister in Equity.
IA Eli,-. STY-CO LL b TU.V.
Thomas I'inckney v.-? S J'. Uc-llingcr. et al
Bill to Marshal Assets and Keli'f.
Cy authority of a decretal onldr mntio in tboa'iovo
stated ciUM, I will soil betiro tho uld ustom
house. In the city of < hftrleatou, on TUESDAY,
thc 29tb dav ofDueembcr m-.xt.
Ad that PLANT s HUN, or (Tract ot Lin I, ktiov,n
as tho estate lands oi Mrs. K. P. Pluck, ey, Htuaied
on th - AKhepooRiver, uni eo.iLunlm/ ?705; s Yea
hu tired and sixty-ilvo aces, one hun ired and thir
ly-live URI es of which is super.or - ?ca la d, and cou
V'-meutly sitnated for bOi-jij Witeml tiom th-i Aa o
poo I.Tver; tho bi ance upuin I frwatrp a'id is su|ie
rlor cotton and prov sltvi ia- d. i his t'buita-.ion offers
ivro induceui nts o i-apital o's forgtod i..v s-ine-ni,
b. ing n i'rior in qu -liiy, ?ind cou-i^uotis to healthy
! Liu bum si ttlcmeuia
Coudr.iou.--One-third cash; tho bianco en a credit
of twelve month-.i, a cured I) oond of tho pnrch st?r,
and a morLiage of 'ho premire, rurchasor to tay
for paper aud s-nmpe. h. siuKB.-,
c. li. c. D
Commissionor's Gfllco, CoUelo*\ December 4,1863.
December 10 Oo3
BY J & F. DAWSON.
At Ho. 90 K?st Bay.
Will sell THis MORNING, commencing at hllf-pist
A, SELECTION* OF CHOICE WISES, CORDIALS,
- cases Win*s-Old Maderia, Port, Sherry, Cataw?
ba, Currant, kc.
- casca Cordials-Ginger, Raspbeny, Strawberry
- caies Brandy-Cbc ry. Ginger, Strawberry. Bs>p
- cases assorted Syrups-Lctno.i, Ginger, Pineap?
- cases Raspberry Vincgtr and Sarsaparilla Syrup
- cases Stoughtou and Stomach bitters.
Terms cash on delivery.
AT PRIVATE SALE
100 barrels assorted WHISKEY. For s?le low at
market rates for cash. 1 December 24
Old Itsue Cil>/ Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.
BY LOUIS D. DESAUSSURE.
THIS DAY, the 2ith inst., at ll o'clock A. M., wilt
be pod. at tho Old Postomce.
TEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND THIRTY
DOLLARS CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER
CENT., OLD ISsDE, in the following scrips :
$!??o 1-OLD I?SSE.
Conditions cash. December 24
Sale under Foreclosure of Mortgage-Store,
Dwelling and Extensive Storehouse.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
THIS DAY, tho 24th of December instant, at
ll o'clock A. M.. will be sold, at the old Postomce,
The Three-story Brick STORE AND DWELLING,
on the weat side of East Bay-street, No. 73, about mid?
way between Tradd and Elliott streets. On the prem?
ises are two Brick Storehouses and extensive Sheds.
Thc Lot is deep, and rons throush to Bedon's Alley;
it measure* on East Bay 38 feet 8 inches, on Bedon's
Alley 3.p- icot C inches, on north hne 312 feet G inches,
and on the south line 304 lect
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
revenue stamps. mwf5 thl December 24
Estate Sale of Planta Hons and Residences.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
On IPESDAY, tho 12th doy of January, 1869, will ba
sold, at tuc Old Postofflce, In Charleston, by order
ef the Devisees of John Ashc.
Tho handsome BRICK RfSIDENCF on the north
ride of South Bay-street, between Me dng and King
streets (the residoncc of tho late Colonel John S.
Ashe). being one of the most desirable Dwellings in
the city. On the premises ore excellent brick
kitchen, carriage house and stable. The lot mea?
sures 74 feet lu in. on iront line, 69 teet G io. on the
back Une and 269 feet deep, more or less.
Tho THREE STORY WOODEN MANSION HOUSE
on the north side of South 'Bay-street, between.
Mealing and King streets, cont lining twelve rooms
three piazzas, &c. On the premises are brick kitchen,
carnage house and stab'c. Thc lot measures 54 feet
7 in. ia (rout, more or less, 52 loot on thc back Une,
and 24L feet deep, more or less.
The TWO RICE PLANTATION3 at the best pitch
of the tide, known as "Will Town" and "High
Wassie," or "Rotterdam," now m?r,ed L.r.0 one
plantation, situate in Sb Bartholomew's Pansh, Col
leton District, opposite Will Town, on a large creek,
waters of Pon Poa River, containing jointly 1019
acres, of which 400 acres aro rice land, miler bank
( ibout 269 of which have been nlaitoil this year);
bounding to thc north Otd northwest by lands of
estate Raynard and Edward Barnwell, to the south
on lands of Mrs. Wayne, mid to thc cast on said
creek. On (he place are two small Dwelling Houses
and accommoda ions fir seventy or moro negroes.
A IR ACT OP PIN'E BARREN L*.ND. on the Pon
Pou Rivor, St. Paul's Parish, opposite thc Will Town
Plantation, containing 18U ucres ol land.
Fifteen TOWN LOTS in the village of \ViT Town.
The SEA I-LASD COT ION PLANTATION, in
St. Pau.'s Tarish, Colinton District, 30 miles from
Charleston, and tbmt 8 nulos from Adims' Run, on
thc savannah and Charleston Rai road, known os tho
"Point Place," on Tiogiaoo River (ihe residence of
tho Late Col. John S. Ashnj, considered one of the
most productive and certaiu places ou tho coast, con?
taining ahout 40 J n.-rcs oi bnd. of which about 230
are cleared. On thc place arc overseer and negro
houses. This place is consid-r.d healthy to resido
ou all the year.
The TRACT OF LAND OR ISLAND, commonly
known as Whooping Island on the Dawhoo River.
Coll'.ton District, ? ontaming 217 acres of land.
" MOSS HULL" PLANTAI ION. lying in and
a-ound ?dams' Bun. Colloton District, containing
about lulu arras, more or les J, having ab jut 50,00(1
linc Trees, boxed.
The TRACT OF LAND known a.i "floxbury," St.
Paul's Parish, Collcton District, containing about
Co-i?lti-ns-One-third cish; balance by bond, pay?
able in two rqual successive annual instalments,
with interest troni day of sale, lo be secured by a
mortgage of the preporty, tho city residences to bo
b suro? and policies assigned Purchasers to pay
for ull necessary pa. ors and revenue stamps.
December IS 2 tuthsG . mia if not u7
llaftionfcrs' ffriiiatc Sales.
Residences in Rutledge Avenue.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Salo
The W ODEN RESIDENCE on tho we^t side of
Rutledge Avenue, being thc second house north cf
Calboun-streo', on a hi;h brick iia-ement, contain?
ing four upright, two garret, one d-ess-nj rooms
and pantry, double piazzn, cistern, kc. On thc
premises aro kitchen, ramage ho ne, suhle. Tho
lot measures niuety-flve foot front by one hnidred
and ninety feet oe jp, more or leas.
Thc WOODEN RESIDENCE on the east s do of
Rutledge Avenu?, being th? thiid hons.' north of
RadrlhTe-sUreet, containing six upright, one dressing
rooms, pantry, private stabs, double, piazzas, cis?
tern, ic. On tao premi 03 aro kitcho i, carriage
houso. stable and omp.e accommotla'ions for ser?
vants. Thc lot mcasuroi forty-threo fcot front by
one hundred and torty-?ve fcot doep.
App.y as above, at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Decjuibcr 22 tnth?3
Residence in Charlotte-street.
BY LOUIS D. LcSAUSSURF,
At Private Sale
Tho WOODKN RESIDENCE on Brick Basement
on the north s do of Chirlotte-str^c-., known by tho
number 22, containing six upright, two garret, ono
dres*ng rooms, IWo pantries, privat? stairway, two
piazzas, cistern, ga*, \c. Oil ti:i promises are au
ex eltcut kitchen sud a cirriago house and atablo.
'Hie lot ?uoasur.'s 80 teet from by 210 feet don).
Apply as above at
No. 23 BROAD-STBEET.
December 22 tuthsS
Residence in Chitrch-i'.rtet and Lol on King
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
.1 ne torc story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, No.
15 Chiitvh-street. about thrco minutes' walk from
t"C Hatter?, containing exvoM room*, double piaz?
zas, icc. Gu the pmuYses is a briok kitohen. Lot
i i Let (oat by 12'J feet d:ep.
The .' OT OF L\ND on thc west side of King
dlr . t, between Broad and Queen streets, moasnring
.I ; ? et fron: by 178 fe t d tep.
Apply as above at
No. 23 BRO \D-STREET.
Be -. miler 22 tuths3
Rttider.ce in Legare street.
Y LOU/S D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Priva'c Sale
Hie three-story Crick RE^TDENC?. on the west
side of i.e^are-strc-et, containing rix rosine, three
dro-stns rooms, pantry, doubl- i iazza, o stern, ic.
On thu premises arc a good Kitchen, carriage bouse
and it.btr. i be lot measuros aooac f ..- y leet front,
b, two :.undred feet deep, more orle.-.-.
Apply a- above, at No. v3 B ;OAD- -T'cCTZ t*.
Cool he.<ide-ice in Southwestern part of City.
BY li fUJS J). DcS iUSi-URE.
At Private ' ale
'ihe handsome Wooden RESIDENCE, with porch,
on high briuk basement, at Co wes. u'..l of Tradd*
streot. ou i.hi:olm's Causeway, containing cghi.
rocin?. alz of wbicb liaTd Sra pacas, privite -tsu-s.
water p po? and bath lube, gis. eiste;n kc, kltcnon.
.vc ihe lot measures 120 feet Lout, bylftlieet
Thi i is one of the most ta.tiiy- built and coolest
R?-cide::ces in theoity
Apply a? abavo at -\'o. 23 BROAD-STREET.
< LlFFtlRD & KATHE WES.
? Kcal Estate Agents, No. 03 Broad-street.
For rat- ?iud Lease
P 10-1 PH ATE LANDS O' a superior quVitv, on
deep wator uavi^atioa aud healthy looarhMS all the
K-OE .nd CUT ION PLANTATION*and F-JEMS in
all pans o. the btato.
Ll fx* PROPERTY of every description.
I /*"*J_ tl . S i S S ,
^ * ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOS IN EQUITY.
B3? Otico Na 98 BBOAD-STRBflT. nosth side,
between King and Meeting. Ma/ 8