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rTHE DAILY NEWS.
MW LAUOE5T ClftCOLATlOX.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING i'HK NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS BATING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
'PUBLISHES TH? U-T OF LETTERS REMAIN.
INO IN XHE POSTOFFICE AT THE END Oi
EAOH WEER. ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS or run :;rw POXTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
J. A. E8SX9W k Ce. ?Bl sell, at ll o'clock, on
Ceutral Whai t, one hundred aud eighty hogs mils.
E. W. lu. MACKET rU! sell, at Oae Courthouse, at
12 o'clock, ahorse and bread cart.
CAMPBELL, KNOX 4 Co. will sell, at 10 oVlocV, in
their auction house. Hasel-srreet, drv goods, rarni
WHITEWASHING THE XTOES.-This morning,
the la'cor brigade organized at the suggestion of
Mayor Cl irk v.-ill commence to whitewash the trees
iu the variouc publ'c squares and in tho streets.
The old and decayed trees are to bc cut d"wn.
BA .?ROAD ACCIDENT.-The up passenger
train over the Greenville and Columbia Roihrid
r4n off fie track ?eir Xewberry, on Friday, de?
molishing two cars and slightly injuring several pas?
CITY STOCK LOOKING UP.-We learn that sales
of nearly forty thousaud dollars of City Stock were
made on Saturday, by Messrs. J. Drayton Ford and
Leitch A: Bruns, at prices ranging from fifty-eight to
sixty, wi;b interest from date of salo, deliverable be
/ twe?n the ICth of January and tho H'th of February
t next. This is certainly an encourag'nj sign.
MINCE TAKT.-Thc Boston papers are snick?
ering over thc following item:
So many Christmas mince pies were pro-ented to
a Charleston editor that ho used up half a column of
lu - paper iu returning thanks.
The down -East paragvaphist don't mein the editor
of THE NEWS.
NEW ASSIGNMENTS TN THE HEALTH DEPART?
MENT -: r. Robert Lebby, Jr., has been placed in
charge of thc Third Health Di.-trict, which includes
the Alms Eottse; Dr. T. Grange Simons, Jr., of the
Fourth District, which embraces AJI the farms in the
suburbs ; Dr. J. Somers Buist, or the Mazj ck-street
Hospital, and Dr. S. L. Lockwood, of the Hampstead
SLEEPING CABS ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD.-V supply of railroad sl-cping caairs
o' the most approved pattern, similar to those
us;d on the be?t Northern roads, havo teen or?
dered by thc South Carolina RaBroad Company,
and will be placed in all tba night trains. The first
?et, sufficient for one car, will arrive iu a few days,
and will be :<ut inu3e inimeaiaiely.
A PEABODY SCHOOL AT MOUNT PLEASANT.-A
school has been established a'. Mount Pleasant, the
malo department of which ii under Mr. W. H. John
eon, formerly principal of thc academy in Sumt-r,
and tho female department un ur Mrs. Ferguson.
As soon as tho schiol ha" complied with ccrtiin con?
ditions it will receive on endowment from the Pea?
body fut,d. At precut it scorns likely that the
school will ba able to comply t\ith tbe conditions.
THEATRE.-Thc regalar winter season will
bo opened to-night by the Gilbert troupe, w?b
. Kathleen Mavourneen," Mr. and Mrs. Watkins
being the t-lars. 'J he olhor actors and actresses
arc favorably ?tao.va to tho Charleston public, hiv?
ing appeared here for a short engagement in the
carly part of :ha winter. The pi icc3 of admission
wilt bo the samo ai tunal, and reserved seats can I
b ? obtained at the bo: oflVc of the theatre during j
the day without extra ch rge.
BET. DB. ?IICK?.-A very largo congregation
attended Dr. Bachra-.n's (.burch yesterday morn?
ing. Rev. AV. V/. HicVa. D. D.,read tho scrvioea and
preached a very eloquent sermon frem PbilUpplans,
foartb chapter sad oliven th verse:. "For I have
?earu?d in whatsoever f-tate I am therewith to bo
content," which was listened to with marked atten?
tion by persons of all doucruinatiom. At thc close
of fbe rormou an ?mpre^'vo prayer was offered by
the venerabio paslor of church, Rov. Dr. Bach
COLDITBL\ ITEMS.-A Columbia letter says:
"It i* rumored and g nerally believed, that Mr.
Josoph Parcell, late ef t o MiBs House, Charleston,
has leased tho extensive new hotel on Main-street,
and that ho will op n a first-class hotel imme?
Ihe Chtpoi in the Co'lege lot, to be unod as a hall
for tho meeting of tho Hi>u>c of Representatives, is
undergoing a thorough renovation uuder the sapor
vision of v.. F. ilya-, who has a large force of me?
chanics atwork. Itwiil be ready lor occupation to?
ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE.-In Nov?
ember lest the first meeting was held iu this city, for
the purpose of establishing a branch of pis associa?
tion, and a to cporary organization was effected.
Tho matter bas t een since constantly agitated, nnd it
is now probable that a permanent organization will
soon bf efl* oted. 1 ho object of the "Alliance" is to
improve thc coaftitioa oflsraelitics throughout the
world, aud it recemmcuds Itself strongly to all 'oink?
ing men oi t'jat race. The ofiVers of the temporary
organization ere Lev. Joseph H. M. Cbumacoiro,
President; Nathaniel Levin, Secretary; and A. Falk,
THE ENTERTAINMENT at Aiken, for tho pnr
poso of raising funds for thc building of a Catholic
chapeL ca> o oT New Year's Eve. Although the
ram Was incessant for scveril hours previous to the
entertainment, there was a goodly number present.
Father Byan was introduced by .TuiL.o Aldrich and
made a brief address. Alter tbo addross there was s
hot supper, and a small fair and a ( hr?tioas tree,
til o"which were liberally patronized. About six
hundred do h's wcro realized trom the entertain
ui:nt. It is thc intention ef Bishop P?rsico to com
na?nce work without .delay for the erection of the
A PUBLIC NUISANCE.-At tho wharves be?
tween Calhoun and Laurens streets, bales of hay and
blades, boat loads oi cern, bags of cotton,'Ac, are to
bo seen excosed for sale almost daily, uni purchas?
ers are easily founl who ask no questions and
obliterate ill marks. At ono of these wharves over
four cords of wood were brought by one boat and
?old in the same day. "J he wost end cf Tradd-strcet
is equally notorious for tho ease with whith tho
plundered property from tbo plantations is lhere
sold. F.-wor u) policemen are seen in these sections,
and the city is defrauded cf taxe? that, if lovie I,
m'ght go materially tiward reducing the debt; and
noicd thieves aro permitted to despoil th' ir employ?
ers w'tb out risk of detection or punishment.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-January 2 and 3.-Charles?
ton J7ctel.-y Carter, City; Rev W J Bo:ne, Georgia,'
D F Hamp, Buffalo, N Y; G D fellers, St Mather's;
E B Auchincloss, C H Fullon, New York; RB Camp?
bell, South Carolina ; E T Elliott, B Street. Jr, Cin?
cinnati; J F Lanier and servant, C N Jordan, Now
York; G Stone. Paris, Fronce; B J Bazand, George?
town; JE Hackett, C H Campbell, G Scars, Now
York; DWShular, Citj ; C C McEcnaip, Pbiladol
phia: T A Allison, USA; BO CampbeU, Florida; C
H Pettingol!, H W Webb, South Carolina; Roger
Moore, North CaroUra; A W Benham, New York: J
Chvlwick.Wadmalaw; M G Canty. WL Witherspoon,
Clarendon; J E Conrers and son, Georgia; L J Ben?
ton, B A Hughes, Brunswick; E S Auchinclcjs, New
York; J Patrick?, Ireland ; J Loyden, New Jersey; J
L Burch, Florida; SB Palmer, Savannah; H Dore!,
New York; H Watkins and lady. Sparta, Ga; KW
Pavilion HoUL-3 W Wolff, J H Johnsen, Geo W
S Jackson, Penn; H Wilson. Edisto; FASoubiatee.
City; Geo Castcllo, Wm H Williams, Augusta; D
Boydm, T B Hurlbut, Worcester, Mass; J M Scran?
ton, Wilmington; E C Washbnrn, Wiltown; C G
Stone, Paris; Di Josh Wade, N J; T A Nettles, N E
B R; J L'Gervais, Sumter; P B Kennedy and lady;
Salisbury, NC; A Haight ?nd Indy, N Y; Miss Kate
Templer, Savannah; W D Heath. T Taswell, N Y; J
Malone, Brooklyn; C CrOBbr. N Y; N P Dutton, Soa
GuUi J W Coke, Augusta: E J Perler, Salters, N C;
BJMcKelvey. P S Couturier, 8t John's; John D
Parker, S C; S S Limoren, Toledo, Ohio; N P Moor'
house, N Y.
Fon WEIGHT'S BLUFF.-Tiic_steamer Marion,.
Captain J. T. Foster,wUI Ea l as abDvc on Wednesday,
MEMORIAL SERVICES OF REV, BASIL MANET,
D. D.-Citadel Pquar- Cliuroh was crowded last
night by a'largo cor-gregation ol all denominations,
to take part in the exercises commemorative of tho
lile and services of a distinguished divine, whose
influence and usefulness were not confined to his
own sect. An eloquent Kernten was preached on the
occasion by Rev. Mr. Winkler, who was assisted in
t he services by Eev. Mr. Wilhams, of the First Bap?
L 0. B. B -The Pan Lodge, No. 93, L 0. B.
B., mot yesterday afternoon, at the Masonic Hall, at
three o'clock, and installed the foUowtug ofnceis:
A. A. GOLDSMITH, President.
B. RCCE, Vice-President
J. KAPIT?N, Secretary.
J. H. M. CHUM/U'LIKO, Financial Secretary.
J. FLAUM, Ti oasurer.
B. SPR1NO, Montior.
L. ALEXANDER, Assistant Monitor.
H. CRENCH, J. O.
L, RAUL, O. G.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the annual election
of officers of Chapter No. 1, R. A. M., the following
Companions were chosen for the ensuing year:
Companion S. B. OPPENHEIM, fl. P.
Companion A. EROEG, E.
Companion A. A. GOLD-.MI'lH. S.
Companion L ALEXANDER, C. H.
Companion E. STRAUSS, f. S.
Companion JOS. H. OPPENHEIM. Secretary.
C ompanion J. H LOEB, 1 reararer.
Companion J. KA CHAN, R. A. C.
Companion S. BELL. C. F. V.
Companion J. ORR, C. b V.
( ompanion D. IOEB, C. T. V.
Companion S. NOttRiS, S.
I. O. O: F.-MARION LODGE, NO. 2.-Thc an?
niversary meeting of this Lo J go was held on Friday
nij,htat Odd Felloes' HalL Alter the transaction of
the regular business of the evening, a collation was
served, at which Colon?! T. Y. Simons, G. M., pre?
sided, assisted by Wm. 1 hayer. G. R. Short speech
es were n ade by the oCkeiS elect, and an cloque.it
oration was delivered by thc orator of the occasion,
Augustus E. Cohen, Esq. Ibo following is the list
of officers elected to serve for tho t nsuing year:
Brother A. S. MIM-, N. G.
Brother A. G. MAGRA1H, V. G.
Brother R. C. SDAl.'R. Recording l-ecretary. '
Brother J. G. MARTIN, Per. Sec. aud lici-.
TYPOGRAPHICAL.-At thc forty-nimh anni?
versary meeting of thc Charleston 1 ypographical
Society, held on the evening of the 2d January, 1869,
tue following gentlemen were elected officers to serve
for the ensuing year:
TROS. J. WEB -, PiVfiJout.
tC. A. U. CHURCH, V-c:-lJrcsideat.
J. W. RU I L AND, I rcus ai or.
JAMES RONAN, t-ccro.ury.
Slari'Jliny Committee.-Messrs. J. D. Parry, J. Carr
and G A. Moore.
Conimi??-c cn Charity.-Messrs. C. A. D. Church.C.
Adams and C. c\ B. Uren. er.
Committee or. Bunal Lol*.-Messrs. G. W. Nicker
son, James Ronan ard Johu Carr.
*Vicc J. B. O'Biley. declined a re-election.
tVice Ihomas J. Webb, elec'.ol President.
A HANDSC ME PBESEKT TO THE SOUTH CARO?
LINA MI.DICAL ( OL?.*'GE-Mr. G. Luhn, apothecary
and chemist, c orrer ol King and John streets, in a
lecent trip North for gocds, took especial pains to
pro vi "c for tho South Carolina Medical College a
very tare and valuable collection oi chemical 6i cci
mecs. The attention shown, as weil as the present
itself, were highly appreciated by the Faculty of th?
College, and, to expie:s their thanks, they passod
the following resolutions:
Resoh ed, 1 hat thc thanks cf ibo Faculty of thc Med?
ical College ot the State of Scut% Carolina arc due,
and ar . h?-reby teudorcd.to Mc-srs. Towe:? & Weighi
man, chemists of Philadelphia, Penn., for the ex
ceedingly und, at (hi i timo, most valuable collection
(f over one hundred and fnty specimens of tho
most import nt chemicals, drnatcd to the college by
them through Mr. G. J. Luhn.
Reso'ved, 'that to .vr. G. J. Luhn, npolheciry and
chemist, ol this city, the Familty feel uudcr great
obligations /or the lutercst be hus mauiicstcd in the
wcltuie of our coi'.cge, by prov urtug, by bis individ?
ual application und exertion, <hc collections from
Messrs. Powers & Weightman; and oL*o thc gratifica?
tion they lccl from Mr. l ulu's statement th:., ho
hopesio obtum irem other ?ources further sped
UNITED STATES COURT- JANUART 1_HON.
GEO. S. BRYAN, DISTRICT JUDGE, PaEsinrNo -Tho
following petitions for voluntary bankrupt--)' were
read and referred: R. C. Milrs, Richland; Jobn
Whitaker. Fairfield; Wm. Clyti'T. Camden; Josiah
F. Lake, Wm. E. Crisp. Ke.'erred to W. J. dawson,
Ihe ful owiBg for final discharge wero disposed of:
Benjamin H. Read, heating 2'Jth Jauuaiy; JohH P.
Smiih. hcarirg20;h Jonuary; George H. Chapman,
hearing Gib February; record acd third meotinys pf
creditors 3d February; Hem-y H. Chapman, bearing
5th February: Edward Argoe. Joseph W. Phillips,
Themas lye, IL M. E'zey, Jehu C. Fanning, James
W. Hill, floal hearing 2G0i January; Riahard V. Gist,
Henry Stone, final discharge crdered by Judge; C.
B. Counts, final hearing 2d F- brua.y; Joseph H. Op
penhc.m, Julius H. Oppouhcim, ruwuel li. Oppen?
heim, final bearing 26th January; second and thiid
meeting ol creditors on 23d January.
The following retirions to set up and establish
hen were dispescd ef: Catharine Oppenheim, in ro
J. H. oppenheim ; John Mac*, 's Sons, ia re Julius H.
Oppenheim; W. W.Dudley, in re the some; Cathe?
rine oppenheim, in ro S. H. 0:>? enheiin ; Moses Gold?
smith, fla re :he paine; Wheeler A* olen lek, in re Ju?
lius H. Oppenheim. liefernd to ltcgistrar Second
Congressional District, to .report tuoreon with any
SDccial matter. H. Bischoff ? Co., in io W. H. Glover;
H. L. McGowan, iu re Robert Lochest. Referred for
?eportto Registrar. JohnL. Leis, in re J. T. Biz
rard. Petition to arnaud s^hedub. Salathiel Martin.
Ordered to bo filed.
J. A. McRae, assignee. Petition relative lo tax ex?
ecution. Retened to Registrar Socond Congiossion
tl Distiiet, South Carolina, to repo:t with au;: spe?
Dar-iol GoggiLS. T. titicn fer salo of choses la ac?
tion. Sale oi tiered on Ja?uaiy IS, 1663.
Ix parte Judas C. Carpenter, Registrar Fccoa-i
Congressional District, Soath Carolin., lu bau';
ruptcy. It is ordered that all business in the office
of the Registrar *of tho Secand Congressional Dis?
trict, rolerred toR. B. Carpenter recent R-gistrar,
before, tho lGth Deeembcr. 18G8, be u ansferred to his
successor, Julius C. Carpoutcr. and he is hareby ro
quired to execute all orders pertaining to same.
Ihero will bo several eases i n thc Admiralty side
of tho court considered to-day, that ha.c boen de?
layed in consequence of the absence of the jadgo.
REPORTER'S CR?MES.-Tho Trustees of tho
Roper Hospital aro making efforts ta hive ta? Hamp?
stead patients transferred to the Roper Hospital,
and to obtain from tho city aa annuity of S J. 00 to
assist in their maiutouanoo.
Dr. Eo'emon, a colored uicmberof thc Legislature,
visited the Mozyck-strect Colored Hospital on
Saturday, with a viow to looking lat) its general
condition, which ho Lund ur.cx:eplioaab"o.
Charleston needs a stick exchange simlir to
those in Northern citic3, in order to establish uni?
formity of pri?es. Lot sonic ouo move in the matter
Real estate is slightly do?n, but it ls generally pre?
sumed that a change for tho better will occur as
soon oe the new Tax b:U brings about the geneiol
lmpiovemeot in finances it seeks.
Gilbert's troupe ariiv.d ou the Dictator yesterday,
aud will perter;u at tho theatre to-night.
Ihe dangeious condition of many of thc cellar
doors in vaneuj pirie of thc city, an! especially in
the eastern part of Quvoa-stroet, is a public nul
City slock is looking up again; over $40,000 chang?
ed hands on Saturday at fifty-sight and upward.
Major J. B. Bcuuis. a member of thc Legislilu'c
and late of the Uuitcd ?tate* army, has been bre?
veted Brigidior-Gonoralin the army
T. K. Hackett, of tho Recorder's Court, Now York,
is on a visit tc the cl y, and is stopping at tho
The Rev. E. T. Bui6t, of Newberry, preached in
the Cemral Presbyteries; Church last evening.
The Rov. Joseph II. M. Churaiceiro will shortly
deliver a locturo on the bcuoSts of ihe Independent
Order B'nai B'rith, (Sons of the Covonant).
Professor Goorgo O. Robinson, of this city, is to
toke charge of a Baptist choir in Savannah.
The Rev. R. P. Cutler, ot Brooklyn, is preaching
very aceeptably in tbe Unitarian Church.
A number of gentlemen of fats city entertained
Governor Scott at a dinner on Saturday afternoon,
at tho Charleston Hotel.
The bUlrelatlve- to the police, which, will come up
before the next meeting of council will, if carried
into effect, make great changes in the police system
oi t b is city.
THE CITT BECORDER.-At thc n?xt session cf
tho Lot;:si..ture a bill will bc introduced to abolish
tho Muyor's Court and transfer thc trial of police
causes to the jurisdiction of the Ctr Record?-.
CLUBS AND STABS.-The foilowiDg i:i ibo
Guardhouse docket f >r Saturday uni yesterday:
Edward Darrow, colored, siealiug cotton on Atlan?
John Dein, Six'h United States bluntly, drunk.
Frank Mitchell Bid Gailhud. both colored, prison?
ers working on the tidal drain, a templing to escape.
Pat May, city scr.venge-r. lcavire a dead cat lor
several days in Meeimg-etreet, neat Wentworth.
John Gustine, colored, assault and battery, and
drawing a knife on Loris Walker, colored, in King
street, uear Calhoun.
James Walsh, Queea-strreL having bis cellar in
Catharine Slain, white, applied for lodgii.-gs.
C. Johnson, colored, aud J->hn Quary, drunk and
disorderly in King-street.
A white woman, drunk and disorderly in Meeting
street, near Chalmers.
James Frilay, colored, wo.? aommittod to jail on
Saturday tor assault anl hatter? on James Cant,
white, and drawing a kuiTe on him, on one of the
TRANSFER OF THE OFFICE OF REGISTRAR IN
EQUITY.-1 Le following is tho corrospondeiico which
passed between James L. Gantt, Esq.. and Mr.Rich
n. ond, in relation to th" office o! Registrar in Equity:
OFFICE CI.EBK COURT C. p. an l G. s. I
CHARLESTON, H. C., De.einbcr 31, 1868. }'
James L. Gantt, Esq , Registrar in Equity-DEAR
Sm-In accordance with thc act cf ihe Legislatur .,
it becomes my duty to receive from you tho papers,
records and property, &c . now in'yo:ir possession as
the Kegistrar in Equity. I therefore have tho houor
te ask i ou to dcsi^iwc the hour to-m- rrow when it
will suit yon to make the trafst- r.
I have the touor to bc, very respectfully.
Tour obedient sorvaut,
A. C. RICHMOND,
Cork Court Common Pleas and General > -Mous.
OFFICE OF REGISTRAR -N l Q ITT. . I
CHARLESTON, Januity i, isco J
DEAK 5-tr.-I have rccvivod your ??tier ot thc ?lst
ult., asii- vlhi.t I would designate tho hour to-day
when it would unit me to make the transfer of the
pa; ers. records aud property, ?cc, now in my pos?
session as Bogitlrar ba Lquity. lu r.-^lv. I would cay
that I was elected to the office of Registrar iu Equity
In December, 18G3, for thc term of lour year:-, anl
that my lorna nf office will not ixj.ire for o:te yoar
from this time. 'Ihe Stite ol South Carolina thus
mnde a coutract with me for a perioi; of Ihne which
has n- t elapsed, and according to tbe'-On-trtiitron of
thc United States, to which 3ou roto, must bc held
to be ia violation o? that clause which declares that
no law shall Lc ma c impairing ihe obligation of a
lontract Hcrotoioro this hiutamcn'ai principe
has boen bold inviolate 11. South Carolina.
Under 1 resent circumstances it would be nugatory
forme to defend my r-g'its ns a purdie officer ft the
State; nnd a con: rovers;,- with.io.1 on taosebject at
this Urne would ba only a temporary ox-peu*ion of
the- dellverv which you require under the provisions
>f a l;w which you coasidor to be l>i :dlng as I pre?
1 will, there'ore. ur.iler a necessity which I cumot
now resist, deliver up tho records, papers, Icc., imo
your possession. ;:s you require, but with a protest,
and I will reserve, tomyiolt. when tims ejected from
myo.Uce, he nab: 10 such redress, in a lawful
manner, as i nay I 0 advised, not oulv by claiming
from you n i thc perquisite* of my olUco which you
sholl hav..1 ?e.eived lu my place, but such ether
legal remedies is I may l>c entitled to.
I will tbc.-vforc bo "ready to reco vo yen at this
office at two o'clock P. M.
In conclusion, I take occasion to ackhowlcdao the
courteous ami \ oliic mode of j cur ajp.?cation, and
have tho honor to ho,
Y urobcdioB1 servar t,
JAMES L. GANTT.
JtUJ^IKKSS xOTicrr. ..
F. F. CILVPEAU, Metti.i?r-8liret, next Mills
house, advertises McClellan saddles second-hande 1
and new; abo wagon harness.
CARTER'S COMBINED WRITING AND COPTING
INK-1 his wrll-ku'jwn ard reliable b k is for sale by
Messrs. Denny & Terry, agent-. Meeting-street.
CHOICE GREEN /.ND BLACK TEAS, SI per
pound, ot Wilson's Grocery, southoist comer Society
and Anson strccis. Gcods delivered irce.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALMON.-Oys
leir. In uroly style. Mince 1 les, rn sh daily. Dot cof?
fee and choco'ate at all hours. leo cream every
TON'T FORGET that Dowio ir Moi-o's Drug Store
is thc place to find "Rood's i-overeir-n Balm" the
only sure cure ior Coughs. Ihey have tl 0 genu ne
arti ele direct from the manufactories.
i ecen-bor CO _ wfmG
ADVERTISE FOR THE SPRING TRADE.-Mer
chants who understand the value of advertising-:.ud
in lhnse fast days there aro f-'W who do no:-are mak?
ing their ariangruiouts to advertise for the spring
trade. In this connect.on the columns 0! every loeal
paper in this State, Georgia, Florida and Alabama,
ure valuable to the mTchants of Charleston. For a
merchant to select those best uuilcd lo bis trade,
and make separate coutra-ts with uacb, is very in?
convenient, and oftoo impossible. This ond eau,
howovor, bo obtained by advertising with Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, who have established an
advertising agency on .1 very extei sive scale, affoid
iog morchauts every convenience, lists of pupers,
rates, fcc, miking advantageous contracts ou short
Pg t?iu?ss, ?f.
GK'?AT ATTRACT 1031
FOU THE HOLIDAYS
P?RCHGOTT & BROS.
Wno'HALE ASD RETAIL
DRY GOOi^S STOKE,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG ID INFORM TUE LSPIES AND CUR
C?ttoti.crs iu genera], ibat we Lave just re?
ceived (lu udiiit'ou to our Usual Block of DOMIrlt'IlC
und FANCY (?0 J! Si, a new supply suitable Ar the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, ?sc, at reduced
BREAKFAST HTJAWL?, from 70e. up
150 dozen BOOP SKIK IS, 5!) lo GOc.
rid dozen GIS.iEYltVE U.O01' r-KIill.?, aa elegant
articli', 8Jc. only
A new supply of CORSETS, tor.
utteuheimcr's cclcaratcd Fronen CORSET, 51 00
A full and complete assortment of Gc.man aud Eng?
lish HOS! tBY.fr 11? ls'i np
A fine assortment ot Ladies' and 1 thlklren's silk, Mer?
Jin i'loh aud lisle OLOY1.S, elegant de-'i;us,
tud suitable ior Christmas prc-oats.
A lot of PIIOIOGRAPUIU Al.ni M--, nt 75c
Ladhs' Velvet and Morocco l-ORfMONA1E3, vorj
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILT*
TABLE DAMASKS, ?c.,
Al the lowest figures.
We would also notify fur patrons that w- have ar
ransed ? separate do;iarta;on'. ia our Store carlin,
BOOI^, SHOES. UATS, TRUNKS, &c.
j?3~ ENTRANCE ON CALaOU^-S'lREET.
F 111? C?? G OTT & Gillie.,
No. 437 KING-sTPELT.
December 14 3mo
^Hiliinrri) ?gofo &r.
j^JMSS li. A. mUKTliASO,
No. 308 KINS-STREET,
FULLY inform tko
Ladies that she has
opened a handsome
.FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK M A IC IA G
October 21 wtoi Smos
BANK N O T E R. COUPON?, STOCKS AND
BONDS, bought and sold at current market
rates by J. H. WILSON,
January 1 finwG No. 6 Broad-street
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
CHECKS ON :;EW YORK
DEAF rs 0> ENGL AND
For .'alein sums to suit.by
J. H. WILSON.
January 1 faiwG No. 5 Broad-atreet.
( BECKS ON KEW YORK.
LE SE SN E & WELLS,
No* ID BROAD-STKEET.
December 24> Imo
(?loti)ing ant) /uniisipi] 1?oote.
JTEW TZA.8 GOODS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
&CAEFS AND TIES,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
WITH AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF
SILK AND LINEN
HE ll SLED HANDKERCHIEFS
AN ELEGANT VARIETY Off
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
E . SCOTT' S,
Heelinfi-3trcet, opposito Market Hall.
January 1 Gmos
J^USSELL'S li J Ol? STOKE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW DOOKS. &c.
TUE POET AND TUE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
androug, with ninety-nine Lrge stool engrav
in its, imperial 8vo. moroco, S2U.
TENNYSON'S ENID. IUostrated by Gustave Doro, fo?
lio, in a i r ig mt binding, $10.
TEN.NTSON'S LOCKSLY li ALL, Illustrated by Hemicsy,
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S ELEOY, wilh seventeen f nely colored draw?
ings and a pkolograpbic reproduction cf the
crieinal manuscript, i'o. SG25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Poems of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with fony-ieven
illustrations. 4io. $10.
TnEBiiiD, by Michr-lot, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisito engravings by Giacometti, SQ.
CHRIST IN SO.NO, or Huns ot II-manuel, selected
irom all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D., 8vo, cloth
gilt extra, SG.
(JowrEH's 'J AULE TALK, sud otber Pooms, beauti
mtly illustreted by the most cmlneat English
Artists, 1 volume. 4to, S3.
STORY WITHOUT AN END, i;om tho Gorman of Ca
rove, largo Ito. wilh fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, lu mutation of water color?, $7 GO.
CHnisTiiAS CAROL, by charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Eytinge, small 4 ociavo, S5.
SCOTIA'S BAUDS, the choicest rroiiuctions of the
Seotlish Tools, beautifully ?llnstratcd. 8vo, $4.
MAUMION, by Walter ?celt, with fifteen photographic
illustration , SS.
LAYS OF THE HOLY. LAND, from ancient aDd modern
writer:-, with sixty-three illustrations, 8vo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' LOOK OF VA\3. a miscellany ot popular
antiquing.-, two lar-u volume*, royal 8vo. SO.
1 tc above arc all in elegant bindings.
J?imiry 1 lyr
_(?0i!rfftiancri}, fer. _
KTKSJTAN'S CA3D? FACTORY,
No. 273 KINO-S TREET.
CANDY PUT Ul' IN AS;OR'll*D BOXES OF 33,
50 sni lt)0 pounds, suLablc tor Country 'liado.
Mer. hauls (jan relv upnu our Candies Dein.j per?
fectly frea from all s:icb p.'i.onons substances as
TERRA ALDA AND MARBLE DDiX.
j Alas, constantly ou hand, a full supply ot
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No exTra cha go for boxing, wfmlmo December 2
No. 200 KING-STREET.
(Iii!. VON .VANTENS OLD STAND.)
fpnEriUbSCl.IUER WOULD HEREBY INFORM
JL his n-Jineiois customers that ho has ju-t op<>u
c.l a BLANCH OF HIS SIEAM BAKEHY at tho
ob replace, where can bo had PRES li DREAD, of
;.!! descriptions, m ruing ai d noon. Also, all soris
of nt.catiJ ccarsr- CARLS. U'.sCITl'S, Cn?CKERS.
TARTS, Pill-:. PASIRY and COSFECTIONE1IIBS.
Tasteiully dressed Cakes for weddings aud other
par,?es pnootually r.lloJ to thc satufaction of .ri.
All orders lor Cmrkers. fcc, kc for thc Office in
Market-street, loft at lui* place, will bc punctually
a lcuded to J. C. Ii CLlUSSEN,
Nn. IC Market and No. 200 King streets.
JUST RECEIVED. A FINIS A^SOUXMENT OF
FANC? PUCE- OF S!IVJ;R, suitiblc lor
Car?simas and Bri lal Presents, at
No. 3; 7 KlNG-SlKLET.
Dre: uiber 5 sniwlmo
TBE L ".IIJ lis I AND BUST SELECTED STOCK
P E R F U M E li I E S
EV.'IR BBOUOHITO THU MARKET, COMPRIS
TNG ARTICLES MADE HY
LUBIN, iUuENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE n?GIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE. AND Ol HERS.
Together wi tb a full assjrtmeut of
Tooth, Hair "and Nail Brushes,
C O M 13 S ,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
The ladios are r?sp9atfully invited to call and ex?
amine before- purchasing olsswhere.
C. F. PAM?MV,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECA R 7,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmwSmos Charleston, S. C.
THE WANDO MTNTNG AND MANUFACTTTRING
COMPANY offers to the Planters and Farmers of the
South their Fortilizor. known as tho "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which the esperance of tho past season
has rroved to be ono of the most valuable in our
market. It has for its base tho materials from the
Phosphate beds ci ths Company on Ashley River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
HASEL-STREET in this city. In order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the
Company has made arrangements with the distin?
gu?.-ned Chemist, Dr. C. D. SHEPARD, .Rv who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal and other mo
lerial purchased by tho Company, and tho prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale, The Com?
pany is resolved to make an article which will provo
to bo a "Compl?te iii anure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and othei information, apply
to WM. C. DUR KS it CO., Agents,
No. ISoulh Atlantic Wharf.
Jar.nar;. 4 mwfSnaos
WALKER. EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET,
FREE READING BOOM,
CONTRACTS MADE ON THE BEST TERMS WITH
Three Hundred Southern Papers.
January 4 mwthslG
IF TOD WANT G\S FITTING DONE,
Go to P. I J. GU1LLEMIN, No. 141 Church-street.
If you want STEAM FILLING done.
Go to P. L. GUILLE'JIN, No. 14'J Church-street.
It you want PLUMBING dene,
Go to P. L. GUIILEMIN, No. 140 Church-street.
If you want TIN FOOTING and GU 1 TEEING dene,
Go to P. L. GUILLEMIN, No. 140 Churcn-sireet.
H you want GAS FDTiUtfES,
Goto P. E. QUILL51MIN, No. 140 Church-street,
Wlicreyeucan got GAS CHANDELIERS, TEN?
DANTS. Brackets, Hall Lights, Portabio Stands,
Porceloin, Mira, Paper and Tin S?nde?, Glass
Glob.s bud ?hades, Copper i>nd Iron Pumps, Bath
Tubs, Parlor and Bed-room Grates, Kerosene Lamps,
ic., ?c., at reasonable pricos.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Old Gas Fixtures Eebronzed.
December 10 IbsmQrao
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
THE IMPROVED ?
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL?, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 0 to
1G fact in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Kaw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description?
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc, dc,
WrlLLlAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CnABLESTON, S. C. ?
August 3 mws
D V A NiC E S
TO PLANTEES AND OTHERS
HO LD CO T TON IN ENGL A ND,
Where SirOR A G E. I.V-URANCE. on ! other expenses
for holriiux aro LESS than m thc United States, wo
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped looarfrleudsinLiv- rpool, charging tho Eng?
lish corn rnorcial rate of interest, wuicii at present is
FIVE PER CUNT.
And hold as long ss desired.
CL AG HORN, HERRING & CO..
November 13 2 mos
Q ll li A P
JUST OPENLD AT
STOL.L, WEBB Ai CO.,
l?os. 237 AND 239 KING-STREET.
y M PO RTE RS OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
j sffcFxrV W?&r ?/(&AfoLEsW
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.
jexyGoods delivered lo a'.l parts of thc City.
WM. KNABE t? lU,
Assorted Jiry Goods per Recent Arrivait,
Brandy and Furniture of a Family.
CAMPBELL, KNUX & CO,,
Cash Auction House, No. 55 Hasel-?'rect,
y . Will fell THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock,
WHITE AND GR AX BLANKETS, PIECE GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Suspenders, Dress Goods,
Shirts, Neck'lies, Carpeting, Ac, kc.
ll cases BRANDT, and l'UBNITTJRE OF \ FAMI?
LY, viz: Cooking Stove, Bedsteads, Wardrobe,
Crockery, Books, three Carpets, Hair Seat Chaire,
Sofas, ?te., ic.
Conditions cash. January 4
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed and
delivered, wilt be sold THIS DAY, the 4th Janu?
ary, at tho northeast corner cf the Courthouse,
at 12 o'clock AI.
/? ll tho right, title and interest of the defendant in
anOKs : AND BREAD CA nT.
Levied on and to bs rold as the property of John
Schrodor, at the suit of F. Cuinllo,
'terms oath. ? E. W. M. MACKEY,
January 4 m3 S. C. C.
Sundries-On Account of whom it may Con?
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TO-MORROW (Tuesday), the 6th of January, w?l
bo sold before our store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES JUsT LANDED
FRUM STEAMER :
20 sacks SALT
6 bags Coffee
1 hhd. Bacon
1 case Tobacco,
1 box Tobscco
3 boxes Starch
1 bbl. Vinegar
5 bundles Brooms and BnckotB
10 boxes Tea, Soda, Ginger, Candles, Allspice,
Pipes, Pc j per and Blacking
2 bags shot
4 kegs Crackers s
1 case Sundries
Cou dii ion s - Cash cn delivery. January 1
Assignee's Sale of c Plantation, under Order
of Court, in Bankruptcy. In re W. AT.
Williams, Bankrupt, Ez parle H. P.
BY G. McBIilDE SMITH,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, Cth January, at ll
o'clock A. IL, at the Old Postofllce,
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land in the
Pariah of St. Thomas and st Deuois, in Berkeley
County, and State of South Carolina, known as the
Wat-hu-wi Tract, but sometime? called Mount Plcas
nnt, delineated in the plat of John Diamond, dated
January, 1811, recorded in the oftlco of Mesnc Con?
veyance, at Charleston in Plat Book A, No. 1, page 89,
containing six hundred and twenty acres, or therea?
bouts. Boundei on the northwest, north and north?
east by lands ol Ezekiel Pickons, and now or late of
Mrs, Jane Shoo'.bred; to tho east and sout': on lands
heretofore of Thomas Ashley, and now ar late of thc
estate of George Anderson, and to the southwest on
a public canal, and on linds now or late of the es?
tate ol Dr. George P. B. Hosoll.
1 erms-One-half cash; ba'ance in twelve months,
secured by bond and mortgage of thc purchaser.
LOUIS McLAIN, Assignoe.
January 4 Bec 15, 29, Jan 4. 5
Three Small and Comfortable Dwellings on
the west side of America-slrett, abtut three
doors above the Mull, at Auction.
BY G. BieBR?DE SMITH.
TO-MORROW, tte 5th January, at ll o'clock, at tho
Old Poslofllce. will bc sold, tho above,
That known as No. 17. a neat and comfortable
DWELLING, containing four squaro rooms, pi.zza
and kitchen. Lot Ou foot front by lui) fe 3t deep, more
or loss. Pantry an 1 dressing room, lar?e cistern,
'J hat known as Nj. 49, four square rooms, kitchen
and large plastered room in rear piazza to the south.
That known as No. 51, four square rooms; descrip?
tion as above.
These Houses always rented to good tenants.
Terms-Uah* casb; thc balance ia one year, secured
as usual; property insured and poiicy assigned.
January 4 ?m2*
^THE UND Ell SIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and thc public that be is ?till to be found at his old
stand, No 0 ?illon-siro et, (near the Old Postoffloe,)
whero he will bo glad to attend to any NOTARIAL
BU>INLSSt such as. noting and extending Marino
Protests, &c. Also, will attend to buying, selling
and selecting cargoo? of Flour for export, and would
be thankful lor patronrge.
January 4 m hm l EDWARD C. THARIN.
O T ? C K .
C. N. AVERILL,
No GS Eau Kay.
PARTIES RECEIVING FLOUR WILL PLEASE
leave their orders lor inspection at No. 68 EAST
BAY, and they will bo promplly attouded to.
January 1 6
DYER AND SCOURER,
14.-1 Market-street, between King and
GENTS' COiTS, VESTS, PANTS AND. HATS
Dyed. Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfiu3oios
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmw6mos
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KINO AND ST. PHILO1
LUMBER OF K VERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PIASTER
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES ;
also. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARD.*, ic, con?
stantly on hand fct tuc lowest market prices.
September 12 mtbsl*r
QUA VING AND HAIR-CUTTING,
W. E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STAIBS).
E o . a . H o p p o c sc,
Charleston, S. C.
P. G ASSORT nASKLL. t?mo? September 21
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
Ko. 2 7 B RO AD-S T R E K T ,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMFS CONNER, T. It. WARING, E3q.
TAILLIS & CIUSOliBL
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, 8. 0.
E.WILLIS. .A. E. CHE30LM.
BY J. A. ENSLOW ft CO.
THIS DAY, the 4th tn?;., will be sold, on South
Central wharf, at ll o'clock,
180 kegs NAIL*.
Damaged on thc voyage from Philadelphia t > this
port, and sold tor account o: the Underwriters and
all concerned. January 4
Whiskey, Brandy, Wines, Gin, $c.
JOB DAWSON, Auctioneer,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, 6th instant, at half-past
10 o'clock? at No. 03 East Bay,
100 bbls WHISKEY
- quat ter casks Brandy, Wines, Gin, Ac;
- cases cot dials, Syrups,Bitters,Wines,.4c., Ac
Terms-Cash on delivery. January 4
Valuable Real Estate, corner Broad and,
WM. Meli AY, Auctioneer,
Will sell on FRIDAY, tho 15th instant, at the Old
Fostofflce, Rroad-street, at ll o'clock,
That DESIRABLE COiTNEB STORE, comer
of Bro :d and Church streets.
The TWO ADJOINING STORES on Broad-street,
measuring on Broad-street siity-cne (61) feet, more
or less, and on Church thirty-eight (33) feet, more or
les?. The abovu property tobe so'd together.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in ene and two
yeats in equal ancua] instalments, secured by bond
ano mortgage, with interest from day of .ale at seven
per cen-. Buildings to be insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser ti pay Auctioneer for popers
and sta o.ps. nawfSthfa January 4
Valuable Real Estate at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH &B. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale, to sae directed by the
Hon. Geo. s. Bryan, Judge of the United States
District Court for tho Di-triet of South Carolina,
I wi 1 offerM'or sale at publie ano tl on, on TUES?
DAY. January 12.1869, at Tl o'clock A. M., at tho
Old^Poatofnco, foot of Broad-street, Charleston,
All that LOT OF X A ND, being part of the lot for?
merly known by the No. - Ma;ting-srreot, in the
City of Charleston, measuring in width rutming.
pavaUel with Mceilng-stroet fifty (50) feet, and in
dop th forty-one (41 Meet. Bounding north on lands
of Otis Mills, ca-1 on lands of-Elliott, south on
lands of estue of James Gibson, ar d west on lot of
land below described
All tbat other LOT OF LAND, with the BTJIXD
TNHS thereon, situate on Meotir.g-3tre?t, and for?
merly known as No. 234. Do un din.? to the west on
Meeting-street and measuring thereon say fifty (60)
feet, to the north on lands of estate of James Gib?
son, and measuring on stn! Uno say one hundred
and thirty-five 135) feet, to the cast on lot of land
above described, and measuring on said Une say
fifty (50i feet, and to the south on lands late of John
Terms-One-third cash; bahn ce in three equal
successive annuli instalment!, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing interest . from day of
sale at tb e rate of seven per cent per ?"inn, and a
mortgage of tho provisos, buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. LOUIS Mc LAIN,
Assignee of James Browne.
Dccemhor 23 wfm9 ral .
Estate Sale of Plantations and Residences.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
On TUESDAY, the 12th day of January. 1859. wfll be
sold, at the Old Post?nico, in Charleston, by order
of the Devisees of John Asho.
The handsome BRICK RESIDENCE on the north
Fide of South Bay-street, botwecn Meetinaaud King
streets (tbo residence of tho late Colonel John, a.
Asho). being ono of the moat desitablo Dwellings in
the city. On t?e premises are excellent brick
kitchen, carriage house and stable. The lot mea?
sures 74 feet ll) in. on iront Une,. 69 feet 6 la. on the
back line and 269 feet deep, more or less.
The THREE STORY WOODEN MANSION HOU8E
on tho north side of South 'Bay-street, between
Moeting and King streets, containing twelve rooms,
three piazzas, kc On the premises are brick kitchen,
carriage house and stable. This lot measures 54 feet
7 in i i iront, more or lesa, 62 feet on the back Une,
and 241 feet deep, more or less.
Thc TWO RICE PLANTATIONS at the best pitch
of the tide, known as "WiU Town" and "High
Wassie," or "Rotterdam," now merged into ono
plantation, situate in St Bartholomew's Parish, Col
leton District, opposite .WUl Town, on a large creek,
waters of Pon Poa River, containing jointly 1049
acres, of which 403 acres are rico land, under bank
(about 260 of which have been planted this year);
bounding to the north and northwest ky lands-of
estate B.'ynorrt and Edward Barnwell, to the south
on lands of Mrs. Wayne, and to the east on said
creek. On the placo are two small Dwelling Houses
and accommoda' i ons for se ve nty or more negroes.
A TRACT OF PINK BARREN LAND, on the Poa
Pon River, St. Paul's Parish, opposite the WUl Town
Plantation, containing 180 acres of land.
Fhleen TOWN LOTS in the village of Will Town.
fJTho SEA ISLAND COT ION PLANTATION, in St.
Paul's Parleh.Colletoa District, 30milesfrom Charles?
lon, and about 8 miles from A dims' Run Depot, on
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, known as the
"Point Place," on Tcogacoo River (the residence of
tho late Col. John S. Aehe), considered one of the
most productive and certain places on the coast, con?
taining about 40 J aires ol land, of which about 250
arc cleared. On the place aro overseer and negro
houses. This place is considered hoalthy t > reside |
on ail the year.
Tho TRACT OF LAND OR ISLAND, oommonly
known as Whooping Island on tho Dawboo River,
Colle ton Distiict, containing 217 acres of land.
AL?O, . --.-..'
"M03S HILL " PLANTATION,' lying in and
around Adams' Run. CoUoton District, containing
about 1010 acres, moro or less, having about 50,000
Pine Trees, boxed; butting and boundlLg to the east
and northes-t by lands'if estate of John T. Mar.
shall and tho esta'o of Wm. Wilkinson, to the north
by plantation called "Veacne's," owned by estate
Jumes King, and to the west by beds of Edward
The TRACT OF LAND known a.i "Roxbury/I St.
Paul's Parish, Colietou District, containing about
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bond, pay
avle in two equal successive annual instalments,
with interest (rom day of sale, to be .secured by r>
mortgage of the property, tho city resides ces to be
i'.sured and policies assigned Purchasers to pay
for oil necessary pa' ore and revenue stamps. '
December 18 2 tuths6 vtantmM
A Farm on Charleston Neck, a Plantation on
Cooper River, anda Wharf Lot on Concord'
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
For Fate or for Bent
A FA HM on Charleston Neck, containing one hun?
dred a: d twenty (12u) acres, well known as Hay?
ward's Farm, on Ashley River, opposite Clement's
Terri' Road, about two and a hali miles from city
limits, on plank road.
Woodlat' ds P nutation, on Coopee River, contain?
ing about 17. ;o acres ot land; about 400 acres swamp;
alarie amount excellent clear-d high land, balance
well wooded, about twenty miles (rom the city.
A Wharf Lot on Concord-st^oet, which is now
made up thc entire front of said lot, joining Ham?
lin & Fairchild's Wharf, foot of Laureks-street;
measures 124 feet front on Concord, and runs down
to Cooper River Channel; same dimensions as Ham?
lin & Fairchild's Wharf,
For particulars apply as above at office.
No. 53 EAsTBAY-STRFET.
January 1 fmw3
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Kcal Cstatc A^eiit, No. 56 Broad-street,
For sal? tiud LcaJe
PHOSPHATE LAND'3 of a superior quaUty, OB
doap water navigation aud healthy locations all the
Ri CE and COT TON PLANTATIONS and FARMS la '
all parts ot' thc State.
uTTY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3ooe.
nrs, Cobncfo, &r.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, rall at No. 80M.AR
KET-SIREET, where you will find now open lor
inspection 'he largest and most so eel stock of Ci-ara
ever imported to this market, and wMch we offer at
a prie : that will satisfy all dem inda.
Who essie and Retail, oy
SAYAS dc MARINAS,
January 1 No 80 Markot street
EBALAM, AGENT FOR T*HE CHARLESTON
, Branch of tbe Havana Segar Faetory, "La
Valentino.," would rospeoifuRv invite the attention
of dosiers and smokers to bis vory large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA US, ot LU grades
aud tizes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
Sample boxes seat to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 39 days' city accep?
No. IIS BAST B A Y-STRKKT, t
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
August 24 mwf6mo.
Q U . SASS,
ATTORNEY At LA W,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
49- Office No. 98 BROAD-STREET, north side,
between King and Meeting. May J