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THE DAILY NEWS.
49? LABOES! CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE N ?WSPAFEB OFP10IALLT
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LAUGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OE CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
INO IN TUE POSTOFFTOB AT THB END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING ?O THE PROVIS?
ION S Or TUE NEW POiaTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES TU IS DAY.
J. A. EKHLOW & Co. will soil, at ll o'clock, ou
.Ceutral Whorl, ono hundred and eighty kegs nilla.
E. W. M. MACHET ?ill Boll, at tho Courthouse, at
12 o'clock, ahorse and bread cart.
CAMPHELL, KNOI & Co. wlP soil, ut 10 o'clock, in
their auction house, Hosel-streot, dry goods, furni?
WHITEWASHING THE THIES.- This morning,
tho labor brigudo organized at tho suggestion of
Mayor Clark will commence to whitewash the IreeB
in the various publ'o squares and in the streets.
Thc old and decayed trees are to be cut down.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT-Tho up passenger
train over the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
run off too track near Newberry, on Friday, de?
molishing two cars and ?"lightly injuring soveral pas
CHI STOCK LOOKING UP_We learn that sales
of nearly forty thousand dollars of f ity Stock wore
made on Saturday, by Messrs. J. Drayton Ford and
Leitch & Bruns, at prk ce ranging from fifty-eight to
sixty, with interest from dato of sale, deliverable be?
tween tho 13th of January and the 10th of February
next. This is certainly an enoouragtnj; sign.
MINCE TART.-Tho Boston papers aro snick?
ering over thc following itom:
So many Christmas mince pies were presented to
a Charleston editor that ho used up balf a column of
his paper iu returning thanks.
Tho down-East paragraphist don't mean the editor
.Of THE NEWS.
NEW ASSIGNMENTS IN THE HEALTH DEPART?
MENT -Dr. Robort Lebby, Jr., has been placed in
charge of thc Third Health Dib trie t, which includes
tho Alms House; Dr. T. Grange Simons, Jr., of tho
Fourth District, which embraocs all tho farms in tho
suburbs ; Dr. J. Somers Buist, of tho Mazyck-streot
Hospital, and Br. S. L. Lockwood, of tho Hampstead
SLEEPING CARS ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILBOAD.-V supply of railroad sleeping chairs
of tho most approved pattorn, similar to thoso
U8;d on tho beet Nort'jorn ronds, have teen or?
dered by tho South Carolina Railroad Company,
aud will be placo J in all tho night trains. Thc first
3ct, sufficient for one car, will arrive in a few days,
und will bo put in uso immodiataly.
A PEABODY SCHOOL AT ?MOUNT PLEASANT.-A
school has been established at 'Mount Pleasant, thc
male department of which id under Mr. W. H. John?
son, formerly principal of the academy in Suint r,
and thc female department un 1er Mrs. Ferguson.
As soon as the school has complied with certain con?
ditions it will receive an endowment from tho Pea?
body fund. At present it scorns liko'.y that the
school will bo able to comply with tho conditions.
THEATRE.-Tho regalar winter soason will
bo oponed to-night by the Gilbert troupe, with
"Kathleen Mavourneen," Mr. and Mrs. Watkins
being tho stars. 'J ho olhor actors and actresses
are favorably kno;vn to tho Charleston public, hav?
ing appearod hore for a short engagement in tho
carly part of tho winter. Tho pi icos oT admission
will bo tim saino as usual, and reserved seats can
be obtained at tho box office of the theatre during
tho day without extra eh rge.
KEV. DR. HICK?.-A very largo congregation
attendod Dr. Baobm in's Church yesterday morn?
ing. Rev. W. W. Hie .s. D. D.,read tho services and
preached avery eloquent sermon from Phillippians,
fourth chapter and oliventh verse: "For I have
learned in whatsoever s-tatc I am therewith to bo
content," which was liateued to with marked atten?
tion by persons of all denominations. At the close
of tho termon an impressive prayer was offerod by
the venerable pa3lor of tho church, Rev. Dr. Bach
COLUMBIA ITEMS .-A Columbia lotter says:
"It is rumored and g nerally believed, that Mr.
Joseph Purcell, late of tte Mills House, Chorlcis'.on,
has leased thc extensive new hotel on Main-street,
and that ho will open a first-class hotel imme?
1 ho ( h vpcl in the C o'lege lot, to bo used as a hall
for the mooting ot the House of Ropre;entativeB, is
undergoing a tboroush renovation under the super?
vision of B. F. Byas, who has a largo force of me?
chanics at work. It will bo ready for occupation to?
ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE.-In Nov?
ember lost tho first meeting was held in this city, for
ttie purpose ol' establishing a branch of this associa?
tion, and a temporary organization was effected.
The matter has been since constantly agitated, and it
is now probable that a permanent organization will
soon b? off cted. 'ibo object of the "Alliance" isto
improve thc condition ot'lsraelities throughout the
world, and it rccemmonds itself strongly to all think?
ing men of that race Tho officers of tho temporary
organization aro Rev. Joseph H. M. Chumaceiro,
President; Nathaniel Levin, Secretary; and A, Falk,
THE ENTERTAINMENT at Aiken, for the pur?
pose of roistu g funds for the building of a Catholic
chapel, ca i o off Now Year's Eve. Although the
ram was incoas mt for several hours previous to the
entertainment, there was a gcodly number present.
Father RytD was introduced by Judc.o Aldrich and
made a brief address. Alter tho addi ess there was a
hot supper, and a small fair and a ( hriatmas tree,
all or which wero liberally patronized. About six
hundred do la-s were realized from the entertain?
ment. It is the ini ont ion of Bishop P?rsico to com?
mence work without delay for tho erection of the
A PUBLIC NUISANCE.-At the wharves bo
tween Calhoun and Laurens streets, bales of hay and
blades, boat loads ot corn, bags of cotton, kc, are to
bo seen exposed for sale almost daily, uni purchas?
ers aro easily found who ask no questions and
obliterate all marks. At one of tbeie wharves over
four cords of wood were brought by one boat and
sold in the same day. The west end of Tradd-street
ls equaTy notorious for the ease with which the
plundered propeity from the plantations is there
sold. Few or no policemen are seen in these .sections,
-and the city is defrauded of taxes that, if levie I,
might go materially toward reducing tho debt; and
noted tbievos aro permitted to despoil their employ?
ers w tb out risk of detection or punishment.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-January 2 and 3.-Charles?
ton Hotel-tn Carter. City; Rev W J Boone, Georgia;
D F Hamp, Buffalo, N Y; G D Fellers, St Mathew's;
H B Auchincloss, C H Fullon, New York; RB Camp
boll, South Carolina ; ET Elliott, B Street, Jr, Cin?
cinnati; J F Lanier and servant, C N Jordan, New
York; G Stone, Paris, France; B J Haaand, George?
town; J K Backett, C H Campbell, G Sears, New
York; DWShular, cit j ; o O McKcnsle, Philadel?
phia; T A AUlaon, USA; B G Campbell, Florida; O
H Pettiagell, H W Webb, South Carolina; Roger
Moore, North Carolina; A W Bonham, New York; J
.Chid wick, Wadmalaw ; M G Canty, WL Witherspoon,
Clarendon; J E Oonyers and son, Georgia; L J Ben?
ton, B A Hughes, Brunswick; E 8 AuchincIosa,*New
York; J Patrick, Ireland; 5 Leyden, New Jersey; J
L Burch, Florida; 3 3 Palmer, Savannah; H Doreh
Now York; H Watkins and lady, Sparta, Ga; KW
Pavilion Hotel.-J W Wolff, J H Johnson, Ooo w
?fl Jackson,. Penn;' H Wi'son, fd is to; F A So ubi a tes,
.City; Goo Castalio, Wm H Williams, Augusta; D
' Boydin, T B Karlbat, Worcester, Mass; J X Scran- f*
ton. Wilmington; E O Washburn, Wiltown; O G
Stone, Parla; Di Josh Wade, NJ; TA Nettica, N B
R R; J L Gcrvalr, Kn mt er; P B Kennedy and lady;
Salisbury, N O; A Height and lady, N Y; Miae Kate
Templer. Savannah; W D Heath, T Taswell, HY; 1
Malone, Brooklyn; O Crost>r."N Y; N P Dutton, Se?
Guilt J W Coko, Augusta; K J Parlar, Saltera, M O;
RJMcK?lvey, 3P 8 Con tor 1er, Sit John's; John D
ker, 8 0; S 8 Limoren, Toledo, OMo; N PMoor*
Fon WRIGHT'S BLUFF.- Tho steamer Marion,
Captain J. T. Foster, will ea 1 aB above on Wednesday, |
MEMORIAL SERVICES OF REV. BASIL MANLY,
D. D. -Citadel Squar? Church was crowded last
night by a largo congregation of all denomination*,
to take part in tho exercises commemorative of the
Hie and services of a distinguished divine, whoso
influence and usefulness were not confined to his
o wu sect. An eloquent Hermon was preached on the
occ as'.on by Rev. Mr. Wlnkler, who was assisted in
t he services by Hov. Mr. Williams, of the First Bap?
1. O. B. B.-Tho Dan Lodge, No. 93,1. O. B.
B., mot yesterday afternoon, at the Masonic Hall, at
three o'clock, and installed the following oflicers:
A. A. GOLDSMITH, President. ,
B. It to IO, vice-President
J. K AP H AN, Secretary. I
J. H. M. CHUMACEIUO, Financial Secretary.
J. FLAUM, Ti oasuror. _
B. 8PRING, Monitor.
L. ALEXANDER,, Assistant Monitor.
H. CEENOH, J. G.
L. K&UL, 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 8. H. OPPENHEIM, H. P.
Companion A. KROEG, K.
Companion A. A. OOl.D.tMIlH, S.
Companion L ALLX INDER, C. H.
Companion E. STRAUSS, P. 8.
Companion JOS. H. OPPENHEIM, Secretary.
C ompanlon J. H LOEB, Treasurer.
O ompanion J. KAPHAN, R. A. C.
Companion 8. BELL. C. F. V.
Companion J. ORR, C. b V.
< ompanion D. LOEB, C. T. V.
Companion 8. NOttRi8, 8.
I. O. O. F.-MARION LODGE, NO. 2.-Tho an?
niversary meeting of this Lo3go was hold on Friday
night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Alter the transaction of
the regular budines* of the evening, a collation was
served, at which Colonel T. Y. Simons, G. M., pre?
sided, a?Elated by Wm. Thayer, G. R. Short speech?
es were ir ade by the offlcei B elect, and on eloquent
oration WOB delivered by the orator of the occasion,
Augustus E. Cohen, Esq. The following is thc list
of offlcors olocted to sorvo for the ensuing year:
Brother A. 8. M IM S N. G.
Brother A. G. MAGRA1H, V. G.
Brotberlt. C. S J AHR, Recording Secretary.
Brother J. G. MARTIN, Per. Kee. and Tie vs.
TYPOGRAPHICAL.-At tho forty-ninth anni?
versary meeting of tho Charleston Typographical
Society, held on the evening of tho 2d January, 1869.
the following gentlemen were elected officers to Ecrvo
for theaufuing year:
*THOS. J. WEB !, President.
tC. A. u. CHURCH, vice-President.
J. W. RUTLAND, treasurer.
JAMES RONAN, Secretary.
Slandiny Committee.-Messrs. J. D. Parry, J. Carr
and G A. Moore.
Committee on Charity.-Messrs. C. A. D. Chui'ch.C.
Adams and C. Je'? B. Bronier.
Commut?e on Burial Lots.-Messrs. G. W. Nicker
son, James Ronan and John Carr.
*Vice J. B. O'Biley, declined a re-election.
tVieo Thomas J. Webb, clectol President.
A HANDSOME PRESENT TO THE SOUTJI CARO?
LINA MEDICAL I OLLEGE.-Mr. G. luhn, apothecary
and chemist, corner of Ring and John streets, in a
lecont trip North for gocds, took especial pains lo
pr O vi." e for tho South Carolina Medical College a
very rare and valuable collection of chemical srcci
nioI.B. The attention Bhown, as weil os tho present
itself, were highly appreciated by tho Faculty of the
Collego, and, to express their thanks, they passed
the following resolutions:
Resolved. T hat the thanks of the Faculty of the Mod
ical Colleg ) of thc State of South Carolina are due,
and ar 'hereby tendered,to Me-era. Powe's ii Weight
man, chemists of Philadelphia, Penn., for tho ex?
ceedingly und, at tili - time, most valuadle collection
I < f over one hundred and Atty ppocimens of the
most import .nt chemicals, donated to the college by
them tlirough Mr. O. J. Luhn.
Reso'ved, That to Mr. G. J. Luhn, apothecary and
chemist, ol this city, thc Faculty feel under great
obligations ter the interest he has manifested in the
wei tm o of our college, hy procuring, by his individ?
ual application and exerd?n, tho collections from
Mes!*?. Powers & Weightman; and also the grati?ca
tion they icol from Mr. l.uha's statemont that he
hopes lo obtain irem other sources i'm-tb er speci?
UNITED STATES COURT-JANUARY 1.-HON.
G EO. S. BUYAN, Li?TiucT JUDGE, PRESIDING-The
following petitions for voluntary bankruptcy were
read and referred: E. C. Miles, Richland; Jobn
Whitaker, Fairfield; Wm. Clyburn, Camden; Josiah
F. Lake, Wm. E. Crisp. Referred to W. J. dawson,
The following for final discharge wore disposed of:
Benjamin H. Read, hoaiing 29th January; John P.
Smiih, hearirg 29;h January; George H. Chapman,
healing 5th February ; tecond and third meetings of
creditors ad Fol mary; Henry H. Chapman, bearing
5th February; Edward Argoe, Joseph W. Phillips,
Themas Tye, R. M. E'zoy, John C. Fanning, James
W. Hill, final hearing 2Cth January; Richard V. Gist,
Henry Stone, final dischargo ordered by Judge; C.
B. Counts, final hearing 2d I'Vbruaty; Jospph H. Op
penhe m, Julius JJ. Opronheim, Samuel H. Oppen?
heim, final hearing 26th January; second and third
inci ting ol croditors on 23d January,
Tho following petitions to set up and establish
lien were disposed of: Catharine Oppenheim, in re
J. H. oppenheim; John Mace's Sons, in ro JUI?UB ff.
Oppenheim; W. W.Dudley, in re tho same; Catha?
rine Opponheim, in ro H. Oppenheim; Moses Gold?
smith, in re tho samo; Wheeler & Men lek, in re Ju?
lius H. Oppenhohn. Referred to Registrar Second
Congressional District, to report thereon with any
special matter. II. Bischoff & Co., in ro W. H. Glover;
H. L. McGowan, in re Robort Leebost. Referred for
icportto Registrar. John L. Leas, in re J. T. Boz
rard. Petition to amend schedule. Sala thiel Martin.
Ordered to be filed.
J. A. McRac, assignee Politl?n relative to tax ex?
ecution. Referred to Registrar second Congres.sicu
ol District, South Carolina, to repost with any gpo
Daniel Goggles. Petition for sale of cho903 in ac?
tion. Sale oidorcd on January 18, 1869.
Ex parto Julina C. Carpenter, Registrar Second
Congressional District, South Caroltna. In bank?
ruptcy. It is ordered that all business in tho office
of the Registrar of the Second Congressional Dis?
trict, referred tcR. B. Carpenter, recent Registrar,
before the 16th December. 18C8, bo transferred to his
successor, Julius 0. Carpenter, and ha is hereby re?
quired to execute all orders pertaining to same.
lhere will be several cases on the Admiralty side
of the court considered to-day, that have been do
1 ayed in consequence of the absence of Ute judge,
REPORTER'S CRUMBS.-The Trustees of the
Roper Hospital are making efforts to have tho Hamp?
stead patients transferred to the Roper Hospital,
and to obtain from the city an annuity of 33CO0 to
assist in their maintenance.
Dr. Eon mon, a colored member of tho Legislature,
visited the Mazyok-street Colored Hospital on
Saturday, with a view to looking into its general
condition, vthich ho found uuexceptionab'o.
Charleston needs a stock exchange aimil ir to
those in Northern cities, in order to establish uni?
formity of p rices. Let some one move in the matter
Real estate is slightly down, but it 1? generally pre?
sumed that a change for tho better will occur aa
coon as the new Tax bill brings about the geneial
impiovement in finances it seeks.
Gilbert's troupe arrived on the Dictator yesterday,
and will perform at the theatre to-night.
The dangerous condition of many of the cellar
doors ia various paris of the city, and eapeolally in
the eastern part of Queen-street, is a puhllo nui?
City aiookls looking up again; ovor 140,000 chang?
ed hands on Saturday at flfcy-eight and upward.
Major J, B, Dennis, a member of tho Legislature
and late of the United States army, aaa been bre?
veted Brigadier-General in the army
T. ?C. Hackett, of the Recorder's Court, New Torfe,
is on a visit to the city, and la stopping at tho
The Rev E. T. Buist, of Newberry, preached in
the Central Presbyterian Ohnroh last eveniag. .
The Rev. Joseph H. M. ChumMsiro will shortly
deliver a lecture on tho benalta of the independent
Order B'aai B'rith, (Sons of the Covenant).
Professor George O. Robinson, of thia city, la to
take charge of a Baptist choir ia Savannah*
Tb? Rev. K. P. Cutler, ol Brooklyn, la preaching
very acceptably in the Unitarian Church.
A number of gentlemen of thia city entertained
Governor Booti at a dinner cm Saturday afternoon,
St th* Charles to u Hotel . -
The bill relative to the police, which will oom? Hf
before Ute next meeting of connell will, if carried
into asteo?, make great changea in the pottos Systral
THE CITY RECORDER.--At tho noxt session of
the Legislature a bill will bo iniroJucod to abolish
tho Mayor'.? Court and transfer tho trial of police
causes to the jurisdiction of tho O ty Record?".
CLUBS AND STABS.-Tho following is tho
Guardhou?o dockot for Saturday and j esterday :
Edward Barrow, coiorod, stealing cotton on Atlan?
John Porn, bix'h United States Infantry, drank.
Frank Mitchell ai.d Ur.ilianl. both colored, prison?
ers working on tho tidal drain, a tempting to escape.
Pat May, city scavenger, leavirg a dead cat for
several days in Meeting-street, neat Wentworth.
John Oustiuc, co'orod, assault and battery, and
drawing a knife on Loris Walker, colored, in King
street, near Calhoun.
Jamos Walsh, Quoen-slnet^ having his cellar in
' Catharine Slain, white, applied for lodgings.
C. Johnson, colored, nud John Qnary, drunk and
disorderly In King-street.
A white woman, drunk and disorderly In Meottng
streot, near Chalmers.
James Erl lay, colorod, wa? committed to jail on
saturday for assault and battery on Jamos Cant,
white, and drawing a knil'o on him, on ono of tho
TRANSFER or THE OFFICE OF KEGISTRAB. IN
EQOTTY.- I he following is tho correspondence which
passed between James L. Ganit, Esq., and Mr. Rich
11 oud, in relation to the office ol Registrar in Equity:
OFFICE CLERK COOBT C. P. ani G. S. I
CnAnL''BTOH, M. C.. De .ember 31, 1868. J
Janus L. Gantt, Esq ; Registrar in Equity-DEAS
Km-ba accordance witb the act of the Legislatur.',
it becomes my duty te receive irom you the papers,
records and property, ?io , now m'your possession as
the Registrar in Equity. I therefore have tho honor
to ask you to designa*? the hour to-un rrow when it
will suit you to make thc trar.st< r.
I havo the Conor to bo, very respectfully,
Your obedlout servant,
A. 0. RIC S MOND,
Clerk Court Common Plea3 and General s estions.
OFFICE OF REQISTBAB IN IQ. ITY. 1
CUABLESTON, Jauuaiy I, 18?9 )
DEAR SIB-I have received your lotter of tho 81st
ult., asking that I would desiguale tho hour to-day
when it would suit ms to make the transfer of tho
pa; era, records and property, &o., now in my pos?
session as Registrar in hquitv. In replv, I would pay
that I was elected to thc office of Registrar in Equity
in Doeember, 1885, for the term of lour years and
that my term of office will not expire for one ye ir
from thiB time. Tho Stvte ot South Carolina thus
made a contract with me for a period of time which
has m t elapsed, and according to tho Constitution of
tho United States, to which j ou rorer, must bo held
to be in violation of that clauso which declares that
BO law shu.l bc mace impairing ibo obligation of a
(Ontract. norototoro this tun lam eu al principle
bas boen held inviolate in South Carolina.
Under r resent circumstances it would bo nugatory
forme to defend my rights ns a pubhc officer ol tho
State; and a controversy with you on tuc subject at
this time would bo only a temporary sr. pan sion of
tho delivery which you require under thc provisions
of a law whicU you consider to bo binding as I pre?
I will, there'oro, under a necessity which T cannot
now resist, deliver up tho records, paper's, Sic,', >nto
your possession, as you require, but with a protest,
and I will icicrv.i to myself, when thus ejected from
my ofllce, .ho right to such redress, in a lawful
manner, os 1 may 1 o advised, not only by claiming
from you a l tho perquisites of my oilico which you
shall have recoived in my place, but such ether
legal remedies cs I may be entitled to.
I will therefore bo ready to receive you at this
office at two o'clock P. M.
In conclusion, I take occasion to acknowledge the
courteous and volito mode of your asp.ication, and
have the honor to be,
Y. ur obedient servant,
JAMES L. GANT T.
F. F. CHAPEAU, Meeting-sheet, next M?1?3
house, advertises McClellan saddles seooud-handol
and new; also wagon harness.
CARTER'S COMBINED WRITINO AND COPYING
INK.-This well-known ard reliable ir? k is for salcby
Messrs. Denny & Porry, agent-, Meotlng streot.
CHOICE GREEN AN? BIACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southosst corner Society
and Anson s?rcete. Gr ods delivered free.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SAIGON.-Ous?
ters in bvoiy stylo. Mince pie?, irt?h daily. Hot cof?
fee and choco'ttto nt all hours. leo cream every
DON'T FOBGET that Dowio & Moire's Drug Store
is the place to find "Hood's f-overoign Ba'm" the
only sure euro for Coughs. They have the genuino
article direct from the manufaciorics.
ioeeirbor 30 ' wfm? j
ADVERTISE FOR THE SPRING TRADE.-Mcr
chantp who understand tho value of advertising--and j
in these fast days ibero are few who do not-are mak
i ng their arrangements to advertise for the spring
trade. In this connection tho columns of every local
paper lu this State, Georgia, Florida and Alabama,
aro valuable to the merchants of Charleston. For u
merchant to select those best suited to his trade,
and make separate contracts with oach, is very in?
convenient, and often impossible. This end can,
howevor, be obtained by advertising with Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, who have established an
advertising agency on a very oxtei.slve scale, afford?
ing merchants every convenience, lists of papers,
rates, kc, making advantageous contracts on sboit
FOB THE HOLIDAYS
FIJRCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE ARD RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
WE BEG IO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in genera], ihat we have just re?
ceived (in add it'on to our usual stock of DO Ito Ed il TO
und FANCY GO^S), a new supply suitable for tho
CONSIST? KO or:
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, kc, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. np
160 dozen BOOP SKlRi S, SO to 60c
80 dozen GENEVIEVE HOOP SKIRTS, an elegant
article, 80c. only
A now supply of CORR ?TS, 70c.
Ottenheimer's celebrated Fronch CORSET, tl 00
A full and complete assortment of Gorman and Eng
- Uah H?SlhRY.irom la J* np
Afine assortment of Ladies' and children's Silk. Ber?
lin do.li and Lisle GLOVES, elegant desi ms,
und suitable for Christmas pres.nits.
A lot of PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBPMH, at 755.
Lad h ii' Velvet and Morocco PORIMONAIES, very
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
t TABLE DAMASKS, &o.,
At the lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that w>> have ar?
ranged a separate department in our 8toro exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &o.
4Sr ENTRANCE ON OALBOON-SIREST.
' FDIIOHGOTT ?? BROS.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
. December 14 8mo
jy?;ss A* MUttTIiANB,
No. 808 KING-STREET,
FALL AND WINTKR MILLINERY.
DRU! AMO CLOAK MAKISO
BANK NOTES, COUPONS, STOCKS AND
BONDS, bought and Bold at currout market
ratos by J. Ii. WILSON,
January 1 fmvr? No. 6 Broad street.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK
DRAFTS 0> ENGL\NU
For cale In sums to suit, by
J. H. WILSON.
January 1 fmw6 No. 6 Broad-streot.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. 10 IUliUD-S'l'ItEET.
Decombor 24 Imo
Cloding anD /urtiisfytng ?cous.
JTBW YEAS GOUDS,
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
SCARFS AND TIES,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
WITH AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF
SILK AND LINEN
AN ELEGAST VARIETY OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
E . SCOTT'S,
Mootin;;-3troot. opposite Market Hall.
January 1 Cmo3
_ KU? guMicationa.
J^USSELL'S BOOK KTORU.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &o.
THE POET AND TUE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and Song, with uinety-nloo Lrgc steel engrav?
ings, imperial 8vo. moree o, $20.
TENI<YSON'S ENID, Ulnstratcd by Gustavo Dore, fo?
lio, in an elegant binding, $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY BALL, illustrated by Henncsy,
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S ELEGY, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf tho
orift'nnl manuscript, 4to. SC 25. .
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Po<ms of country lifo,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations, 4lo. $10.
THE BIRD, by Michclet, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings by Olacoinelli, $6.
CHRIST IN SOM?, or Hy ms ot Immanuel, selected
from all ages by Philip schaff, D. D., h TO, cloth
gilt extra, $C.
COWPER'S 1 ABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti
Jully illustrated by the most cmine.it English
Artists, 1 volume. 4to, S3.
t TORY wiTUouT AN END, fioni tho German of Ca?
ro vc, large ito, with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water colore, $7 50.
CHRISTMAS CAROL, by charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Eytluffc, small 4 octavo, 55.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, tho choicest productions of tho
Scottish Foots, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, *4.
MARMION, by Walter t er lt, with fifteen photographic
LAYS OF TUE HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixtr-thr*0 -Uliiati attona. Rvo. ?8.
CHAMBERS' EOOK or BAYS, a miscellany of popular
antiquities-, two larte volumes, r.ryal Svo, $9.
Tte above are all in elegant bludiugs.
January 1 lyr
??NSHAVS CANDY FACTORY,
Nb. 279 KING-STREET.
C\NDY PUT UP IN ASSORTED BOXES OF 25,
CO uno" 100 pounds, suitablo for Country Trade.
Merchants can rely upon our Candies bein? per?
fectly freo from all such poisonous substance* as'
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
Also, constantly on hand, a full supply ot
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No ex'ra charge for boxing, wfmlmo Dccomber 2
IB ORJ^JIST C JE3L
CLAUSSEK'S STEM BAKERY,
No. 290 KING-STREET,
(MR. VON 8ANTENS OLD STAND.)
THE iiUBSORIBER WOULD HEREBY INFORM
his numero IS customers that ho has just open?
ed a BIlANCU OF HIS STEAM BAKERY at tho
above place, where can bo had FRESH BREAD, of
all descriptions, morning ai d noon. Also, ali sons
of fine and coarse CAKES. BISCUITS, CRACKERS.
TARTS, PIES. PASTRY and CONFECTIONEitlES.
Tastefully dressed Cakes for weddings and other
par '.ios punctually filled to the satisfaction of al?
All orders for Crackers, kc ?co.. for the Office m
Market-street, left at this place, will be punctually
attended to. J. C. H. CLtU?SEN,
No. 10 Market and No. 290 King streets.
JUST RECEIVED. A ' FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY P1EOEH OF SILVER, suitable for
Christmas and Bridal Presents, at
JAMES A LL AW J,
I No. 817 KING-STREET.
Dcoembor 5_ smwlmo
THE LARGEST AND BEST . SELECTED STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
INO ARTICLES MADS BY
LUBIN, RI?1ENEL, COUDRAY,* CLEAVER,
SOCIETE II VG IE NIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a roll assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nati Brushes,
O O M B H ,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOB SALE AT'
PRICES TO SUIT THE ,
The ladles ar? redyeolfully invited to call and ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
?). V. PANKRHr,
OBUMIST AND AFOTHK?ARY,
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to tho Planters and Farmers of tho
South their Fertilizer, known aa tho "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which the experience of tba past season
has proved to be ono of tho most valuable iu our
market. It has for its baso tho matorials from the
Phosphate beds ot tho Company on Asblo> River,
and is prepared at their works at tho EAST END OF
BASEL-STREET iu this city. In order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, tho
Company has made arrangements with the distin?
guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD, Jr., who
cartfully analyzes all thc ammoniacal nn.l other ma?
terial purchased by tho Company, an) tho prepared
Fertilizer, before bein;* offered for salo. Tho Com?
pany is resolved to mako an article which will provo
to be a "Completo inauure," and give ontlro satis?
For tcrm3, circulars, and othet information, apply
to WM. C. DUE If S & CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 mwf 3mos
S PRING TRADE
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAU-STREKT,
FREE READING ROOM,
CONTRACTS MADE ON THE BEST TERMS WITH
Three Hundred Southern Papers.
January 4_._ mwtbsl?
IF YOU WANT GAS FITTING DONE,
Go to P. L. GUI1.LEMIN, Ivo. 140 Church-street.
If yeu want STEAM FILLING done.
Go te P. L. GUTLLEMTN, No. 14 J Church-street.
It you want PLUMBING dene, .
Go to P. L. GUI I LEM IN, No. 140 Church-street
If you want TIN ROOFING and GU i TER IN G done,
Go to P. L. G Ul LI .EMIN, No. 140 Church-slrcet
If you want GAs FIX i Uri ES,
Ge to P. L. GUILLEMIN, No. 140 Church-streot.
Where you can Ret GAS CHAN DELIERS, PEN?
DANTS. Brackets, Hall Lights, Poitablo Stand?,
AR ?AND BURNERS,
Porcelain, Mi-^a, Paper and Tin Shade?, Glass
Glob .8 and Shades, Copper ?aid Iron Pumps, Bath
Tubs, Parlor and Bed-room Grates, Kerosene Lamps,
Ac, ?c., at reasonable prices.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Old Gas FiYtures Rebronzed.
December 10 thsm2mo
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN.
STEAM ENGINES AND BO?LER9, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL3, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
10 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description?
made to order N
Particular attention poid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERTS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, Ac,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mws
D V A fi C 15 S
. TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
no LD COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE. INSURANCE, and other expenses
for liol.?In? are LESS than m the United States, wo
TES CUNTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, chargin pr the Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wntcb at present is
FIVE PER. CENT.
And hold as long os desired.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
November 18_2 mos
Q II K A P
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL. WEBB ?Si CO.,
Nos. 287 AND 289.KING-STREET.
TM PO RTE RS OP
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &o.,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN A- CO.
jtarGoodw delivered to all parts of ibo C.ty.
October 24_ '
WAI. KN ARE & * CO?,
P/.AJTO F 0 R T^X 8 i .
Assorted //ry Goods per Recent Arrivals,
Brandy and Furniture of a Family.
CAMPBELL, KN lix & CO.,
Ca<*li Auction House, Ko. 55 Hascl-s rect,
Will i-ell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
WHITE AND (J H AY BLANKETS, PIECK GOODS,
Fancy Goi.ds, Hosiery, Suspenders, Dress Goods,
Shirts, -Neck.'lies, Carpeting, kc, kc.
ll cases BRANDY, au.) FURNITURE OF A FAMI?
LY, MZ: Cooking Move, Headstands, Wardrobe,
Crockery, Rooks, throo Carpots, Hair Seat i hair*,
Solas, kc., ?tc.
Conditions rash. January 4
Nil UH I KIT'S SA 1.10.
By virtuo of a writ ol Fiori Farias, to mo directed and
delivered, will bo sold THIS DAY, the 4tli Janu?
ary, at tho norflioast corner if tho Courthouse,
at 12 o'clock M.
>R the right, titlo aud interest ot the defendant in
a HORS'; AND H RIC AD CA WT.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of John
S' hrodor, at the suit of F. Cuirillo.
Ierras ca>b. E. W. M. MACKEY,
January 4 m3 8. C. C.
Sundries-On Account of whom it may Con?
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TO-MORROW ( Tuesday), tho 5th of January, will
bo sold beforo our store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES JUsT LANDED
20 sacks SALT
5 bass Coffeo
1 hhd. ituwm qos,
1 coso Tobacco
I box Tobacco
3 boxes Starch
1 bbl. Vinegar
5 bundles Brooms and Buckets
10 boxes Toa, Soda, Ginger, Candles, Allspice,
Pipes, Poi per and Micking
2 bags shot
4 kegs Crackers
1 case Sundries
3 bundles Papor.
Conditions-Cash on delivery. January 4
Assignee's Sale of a Plantation, under Order
of Court, in Bankruptcy. In re W. M.
Williams, Bankrupt, Ex parte II. P.
BY o. MCBRIDE SMITH,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, 6th Jaiuary, at II
o'clock A. M.. at thc Old Postofll -e,
All that PLANTA I ION or Tract of Land in tho
Parish of St. Thomas and st Dcnuis, in Berkeley
County, and State of south Carolina, known as tho
Wat-hu-wa Tract, but sometimos called Mount Pleas?
ant, delineated m the plat ot' Jo'lin Diamond, dated
January, 1811, record? 1 in thc ofllce of Moeno Con?
veyance at Charlcstou iu Pint Book A, No. 1, page 88,
containing six hundred and twenty acres, or therea?
bouts. Doundoi on the northwest, north and north?
east by lands ol Ezekiel Picken?, and now or lalo of
Mrs. Jane Shoo'.bred; to tho ca3t and soufi on lauds
heretofore of Thomas Ashley, and now or late of the
estate of George Anderson, and" to tho southwest ou
a public canal, and on l inds now or late ol tho es?
t?t? ot Dr. Georgo P. B. Hasoll.
Q'ermi-One-half cash; balance in twelvemonths,
secured by bond and mortgage of tho purchaser.
LOUIS. McLAIN, As?if;noc.
January 4 Lee 15, 2'.), Jau 4, 5
Three Small and Comfortable Dwellings on
the teest side of America-street, about three
doors above the Mall, at Auction.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
TO-MORROW, thc 5th January, nt ll o'clock, at tho
Old PosioHlcc, will be Bold, tho above,
That known as No. 47, a neat and comfortable
DWELLING, containing four square rooms, piazza
and kitchen. Lot 30 feet front by 100 f03t deep, more
or less. 1'antiy an I dressing room, lar?e ci?tem,
That known as Nj. 49, four square rooms, kitchen
and large plastered room iu rear piazza to the south.
That known as No. 51, four square rooais; descrip?
tion as above.
These Houses always rented to good tenants.
Teime-Half cash; tho balauco in one year, secured
as usual; property insured and policy assigned.
January 4 fm2*
THE DNDEH8IGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and tho public that ho is .-til) to be found at his old
stand, Ne C c.illou-s.ro let, (near the Old Poi tomoo,)
wh ero ho will bo Rio?] tn nt tend to any NOTARIAL
BU .-I NESS, such aa noting and extending Marine
Protests, & c. Also, will attend to buying, selling
and selecting cargoes of Flour for oxport, und would
be thankful lor patrouc ?e.
Januarv4 m.hm) EDWARD O. THARTN.
O T I C K
C. N. AVE Ul LL,
FLOUR I N 8 P E G T 0 Ii
IVo OS Mast Hay.
PARTIES RECEIVING FLOUR WILL TLFASE
leave their orders lor inspection at No. 68 EAS T
BAY, and they wUl be promptly attended to.
January 1 6
T T O SONNTAU,
DYER AND SCOURER,
14.1 Market-street, between King and
GENTS' COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfniSmos
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST C0fl<
NEE OF MEETING-AND SOOT li TY STREETS.
November 20 fmwCmos
?i J. gCHLEPEGRElili,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES.;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, kc, con
etautly on hand ..t tho lowest market ?ricos.
September 12 minster
(^HAVING A Si II I1AIR-CUTTIKG,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 81 (UP STAIRS).
Q. E () . Il . UUPPUOK,
Charleston, S. 0.
P. GADSDEN HASEM,. eraos September 911
T . Il U lil ?- ii ii SS Y S ,
BROKER, AUOTIONEEB AND COMMIS?
SALE? Ol' REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONO?, SK
^TOBIilEH AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
.lo. ?T BROAD'ITEKH T,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
Hen. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Eeo..,
General JAM KS CONNER. T. R. WARING, Bea,
October 1 _.
Y^yIL.L.IS ?St CU1SOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
. SHIPPING AGENTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALI AND
Sfij?r?EHT (io Foreign And Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER ANlf NAVAL STORKS
ATLANTIC WHARF, Oharleetoe. S. a
S.T7ZLLtS.A. R. OHISOLM.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
TIIIS DAY, thc 4tu inst., will bo sold, ou Soutli
Central wharf, at ll o'clock,
180 Is eg.-) NAIL?.
Damaged on ibo v lyage from Philadelphia t . this
pori, at.d s< ld for account 01 tho Underwriters and
all concerned. January 4
Whiskey, Brand;/, Wines, (Jin, <Jc.
JOB DAWSON, Auctioneer,
Will be sold TO-MOKUOW, 5th instant, at half-pis',
10 o'clock, at No. 90 East Day,
100 bbls WHISKEY
- quat tor casks Urandy, Wiues, Gin,.&o
- cases coi dials, Syrups, LSittors, Wiues, kc, kc.
Terms-Cash ou dollvery. January 4
Valuable Real Estate, corner Broad and
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will Foll on FRIDAY, tho 15th instant, at tho Old
Pos'of?co, Hroad-street, at ll o'clock,
Tba' DESIRABLE COUNER Si ORE, coiner
of Bro.d und Church i-treetp.
Ibo TWO ADJOIN1NO STORES on Broad -street,
measuring on Broad-street sixty-one (61) feot, moro
or less, and on Church thirty-eight (38) teat, more or
ICB". Tho above proporty tobe so'.d togcthor.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
yea.s In equal annual instalments, secured by bond
and mortgage, with interest fi om day of sale at seven
por con'. Buildings to be Inputed and poltcy as?
signed. Purchaser ti pay Auctioneer for paperH
and stamps. mwf'5thf2 January 4
Valuable Real Estate at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of salo, to mo diroctod by tho
Hon. Ooo. S. Bryan, Judge of tho United States
District Court for tho Di-triet of South Carolina,
I wi 1 offer for salo at public auction, on TUES?
DAY, January 12.1869, at ll o'clock A. M., at the ~
Old Poatoflice, foot of Broal-stroot, Charleston,
All that LOT OF LAND, boing part of tho lot for?
merly known by tho No. - Meeting-street, in the
City of Charleston, measuring iu width running
parallel with Meeting-street fifty (50) feet, and it\ ?fl
dopth forty-one (41) foot. Bounding north on landH
of Otis Mills, ea-t on lands of-Elliott, south on
lands of estate of James Gibson, and we3t on lot of
land below describe;!
All thnt otbor LOT OF LAND, with the BUILD?
INGS thereon, situate ou Mcetir.g-stro>?t, and for?
merly known us No. 234. Bounding to the wost on
Meoling-Btreot and measuring thoroou say fifty (60)
foet, to tho north on land? of osta'o of James Gib
s3n, and measuring ou said line sav on-3 bund rel
and thirty-five 135) feet, to tho east on lot of laud
above described, and measuring on said line pay
fifty (50i feet, and to tho south on lands late of John
Terms-Ono-tbird cash; balaoco in tbreo equal
successive anim il instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of purchaser, bearing interest from day ot'
salo at tlie rate of seven per cent, por annum, aud a
mortgage of tho premises, bunding* to be insured
and policy assigned. Purjhuser to pay for papers
and stamps. LOUIS MoL MN,
Assignee of James browne.
December 23 wfm9 tul
Estate Sale of Plantations and Residences.
BY LOUIS D. IleSAUSSURE.
Ou. 1UESD\Y, tho 12th day of January, 1810, will bo
sold, at tho ' >ld Post?nico, in Charleston, by order
of thc Deviscos of John Ashe,
The handsome BRICK RESIDENCE on the north
pido ol South Bav-strect, bat .ve n Meetlns and Klug
streets (th<i residence of the lnt>i Colonel Johu S.
Ashe), being'ono ot tho most dosiiab'.e Dwellings in
the city. Ou the promises aro excellent brick <
kitchen, cariiago house au.l stiblo. Tho lot mea?
sures 74 feet lt) in. oa iront lino, 6'J teet G in. ou tho
back lino and 269 fcot deep, more or loss. 1
The TUREE STORY WOODEN MANSION HOUSE '
on thu north silo ot' South Hay-street, between -4
Mealing and King streets, eoutaiuin'* twelve room-?,
three piazzas, &c. On the premises are brick kitchen,
carriage house and stab'.c. The lot measures 64 feet
7 in i i iront, more or les*, 52 tout ou thc back line,
and 241 feet aecp, moro or less.
Thc TWO RICE PLANTATIONS at the best pitch
of tho tide, known as "Will Town" and "High
Wassie," or "Rotterdam," now merged into ono
plantation, situato iu St. Bartholomew's Parish, Col
letoii District, opposite Will Town, ou a large creek,
waters of Pou Pou River, containing jointly 1019 .
acres, of which 400 ncres aro rico land, uuder bank
(lbottt 260 of which havo been plantoJ this year);
bounding to tho north and northwest by lands of
estate Baynard and Edward Barnwell, to tho south
on lands of Mrs. Wayne, and to the east on said
creek. On tho place are two small Dwelling Houso3
and aooommoja ions for seventy or mora ne.jrne?
A TRACT OF PINE BARREN LAND, pn ?he Poa
Pon Rivor, St. Raid's Parish, opposite the Will Town
Plantation, containing 180 acres of land.
Fifteen TOWN LOTS in the village of Will Town.
BThe SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, in St.
Paul's Farisb.Colleton District, 30 milos from Charles
Ion, and about 8 milos from Ad ?ms'Ruu Depot, on j
tho Savannnh and Charleston Rai road, known os tho |
"Point Place," on Tc og .coo River (the re.-ideuco of t
tho late Col. John S. Ashe), considered one of tho
mo:it productive and certain places on the coast, con?
taining about 401 ueiesoi land, of which about 250
are cleared. On tho place are overseer and negro
house.s. This placo la conaidir^d healthy to resido
on uh the year.
Tho TRACT OF LAND OU ISLAND, commonly
known as Whooping Ifland ou the Dawhoo River.
Colleton Distict, containing 217 acres of land.
" MOSS HILL" PLANTATION, lying in and
around Adams' Run, Colleton District, containing
about 101O acres, moro or lesa. Laving ab jut 50,000
Pine Trees, boxed; butting and bounding to tho east
and northea-t by ?ands of estate of John T. Mar?
shall and the estate of Wm Wilkinson, to tho north
by plantation called "Veacho's," owned by estate
Jamos King, and to tho west by lands of Edward
Tho TRACT OF LVND known a.? "Roxbury," St.
Paul's Parish, Colleton Dibtrick, containing about
Coadili .'-lis-One-third cash ; balance by bond, pay?
arle in two rqtial successive annual instalments,
with interest troni day of sale, to bo Bccured by a
mortgage of tba property, tho city residences to bo
fisurea and polioies assigned Purchasers to pay
for all necessary na ors and revenue stamps.
December 18 2 tuthsO ntuthfsmtu7
- M I . ?--"r-wiBMii g;
^tartfrwtrrV Wmit Salea.
A Farm on Charleston Neck, a Plantation on
Cooper River, anda Wharf Lot on Concord
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
For (-ale or for Rent
A FARM on Charleston Neck, containing ono hun?
dred a?d twenty (12n) acres, well known as Boy
ward's Farm, on Ashley River, opposite Clement s
Ferrv Road, about two and a hali miles from city
Unalta, on plank road.
Wootha ris P.antrUon. on Coopo>" River, contain?
ing about 1700 acres of land; about 400 acres swamp;
a large amount excellent cleared high land, balance
well wooded, about twenty miles from tho dry.
A Wharf Lot on Conoord-street, which is now
raado up tho entire front of said lot, joining Ham?
lin k Fairchild's Wharf, foot of Laurens-street;
measures 124 fset frout on Concord, and runs down
to Cooper River Channel; samo dimensions as Ham?
lin k Fairchild's Wharf.
For particulars apply as above at office,
No. 68 EASTBAY-STRFET.
Junuaiy 1 imwS
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Heal Estate Agent, No. SO Broaua-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, tin
doop? water navigation ana healthy locations all th?
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS m
all parts of the state. '.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3mon.
(?tgattj (Maua, &r.
ATTENTION. YE SMOKERS!
IF YOB DESIUE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, rall at No. 8?MAR
IX KT-s I Rb ET, whore you will Bad now open for
Inspection tho largest and most so oct stock ot Clears
ever imported to thia market, and which wo offer at
a prto ; that will satisfy all dem tads.
Who essie and Retail, by
SAYAS ?fe KAHIHAS,
January 1_'_No 80 Market street
SEQ AR EMPORIUM.
O SALAS, AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
Xlie Braach of the Harans Segar Factory, "Ls
Palentina.''would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers and smokers to bis very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC 8EOARS, of ?ll ?rades
and ?smut, exeel!?d by few ia this oouuUy, and war?
ranted to bo as represented.
******* !???ea asst is the couaU j ?u? orders ex
MUteA by Expresa, C. O. D., or 88 days' city aesop
No. 1M EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, ?9. C.
August 24 mwfSmo
Q H. BA?.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW?
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
49? 0*ee tte ?ft ?S?AD-BTfiBBT, ?orth etta