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Meeting? ThU Day.
Washinjrton Lodge, at 7 P. M.
FreundncBartsbun-J, at s P. M.
.Emmett Circle, at hair-past 7 P. il.
Auction Sales This Day.
J. T. Humphreys will sell at 10 o'clock, at
."his omeo, a fine pony.
Joha-G. Milner k Co. will sell ai io o'clock, at
?heir store, satinets, clothing, tc.
. J. A. Enslow & Co. will SSH at half-past io
o'clock, at their store, sugar and molasses.
Lowndes * Orlniball will sell at ll o'clock, at
the Old Postoulce. real estate.
A. C. McGUUvray will sell at ll o'clock, at thc
ob Post Office, rea! estate.
THB CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office Ls
now printing bill-heads iu the best style and on
Uno paper, at $2 58 per thousand. Mcrciiants. think
af it* ^_
A BASE BALL RECORD.-Tho Lee Base Ball
Club, which was organized tn July last, and has
played four match games, besides Innumerable
friendly contests, shows, tn the four marches, a
total number of 51 runs, 45 outs, and 4 fly
PERSONAL.-Mr. Shuck, editor and proprie?
tor of the Barnwell Journal, ls now lu this city,
ana will visit our merchants In behalf of his pa?
per. The paper has an extensive circulation, and
is ooo of thc best advertising mediums in tue
ACKKOWLEDOUBNT.-The ladies of tho Board
? of Control of the Confederate Widow's Home
would gratefaBy acknowledge the receipt of one
ton of coal from Mr. H. F. Baker; one load of j
wood from Messrs. J. ?G. and H. O. Martin, a
month]/ donation; Mrs. Croft, Greenville, a box
?ai green, ?nd dried appies.
KEKTO?G OP THE COLORED BRfc*^R$|
'The colored bricklayers of this city met en Tues?
day evening at theMBitary Hall, and organized a
'anion by the election of Holton L. Bell president;
H. n. Hamilton, rice president; A. A. Aspinall,
.secretary; Samuel Grant, treasurer. The meeting
then adjourned, to meet on Friday, at the Military
LADIES! MDTOAL AID ASSOCIATION.-The re?
port of the receipts and expenditures or thia asso?
ciation for the month of November, 1S69, consists
of the following amounts, viz: Balance, $0 32;
salesroom account, $60 25; donations, $50. To?
tal, $11? 57. Cash paid, $114 50; balance on hand,
$5 07. Amount of ordered work daring the
monta, $2S 60._
CHANGB OF SCHEDULE ON THE KINO STREET
LINE.-The City Railway Company ha?" -vcent
- ly placed a new car (No. S) on the Klug street
line, and have amended the schedule on that
route so as to reduce thc interval between the
cars to eight minutes. The new car is more
-roomy than those flrst placed on this Une, and is
similar to No. 7, which preceded it
MASONIC ELECTION.-At thc anniversary*
meeting of Franklin Lodge, No. CC, A.P. M., the
foBoHing officers were elected to serve for the cn
rsuing year: Bros. T. W. Glenn, w. M.; J. 13. Burke,
S.W.;S. H. Rodgers, J. W.;C. W. StUcj, treas
uren William Roy. secretary; J. M. Singleton, S.
.D.;S. H. Wilson,- J. D.; Hiram Harris and John
Wingate, stewards; T. P. O'Neale, organist; L. F.
.Heyer, tyler. ^
STORAGE OP PETROLEUM.- Council have re?
fused to grant any merchants or dealers permis?
sion to keep on haud or on storage a larger
amount or petroleum, kerosene or other inflam?
mable oils, than that allowed by the city ordi?
nance. The authorities are also particularly
-directed io see that the provisions or thu ordi?
nance are enforced, and that none of the oils re?
ferred to are stored within the city limits.
PUNCTUAL ATTENDANCE*-At the last meet?
ing or CouncB the Mayor urged the Aldermen to
-be more prompt tn their attendance, or he should
cad Council to order at the appointed hour, and
if no quorum appeared within twenty minutes,
the'meeting would bc dismissed. This is an old
. rule, and has always been enforced until the ad
Tent of the new regime. The present board do
not assemble until fully an hour after thc appoint?
ed time, and should be made to adhere to the
vraies that govern the body.
THB ACADEMY OF MUSIC-"Aladdin," or the
Wonderful Scamp,'' was played last" night to a
dr/isely crowded house. Miss Blanche Chapman
^Aladdin) and Miss Ella Chapman (Pekoe) sang
and acted charmingly, and were well supported
by Miss Reynolds (Radroulbadour,) Mr. Kennedy
(Abanozar,) and' Mr. Hodges (tho Emperor of
? China.) Bishop os Aladdin's mother, the Widow ?
Tvrankey, Vas astonishingly funny, in dress,
yoke and manner. No accident took place during
the performance, although several imprudent gen
tlemen laughed until they were black in the face,
ir Bishop Btays here much longer, all Charleston
wll'. grow at.
The music was very good-Mr. Withers leading
the orchestra with Judgment and taste.
To-night we have the burlesque "Fra Dlavolo,'
with the famous farce. "Wanted a Thousand Mil
FiRB.-^About three o'clock yesterday morn?
ing the premises on the west side of Coming
Street, a few doors above Wentworth, were dis?
covered to be tn flames, and though tho alarm
iras promptly sounded, the Are had attained some
'headway bet?re the arrival or the engines. The
Ure originated in a kitchen owned by Mr. Anckcr,
.and that with an adjoining dwelling and outbuild?
ings, owned and occupied by Mr. John Zanoga,
were partially consumed. Though the houses la
the neighborhood were of wood, and the burning
flakes were carried some distance from the fire,
yet the firemen succeeded in confining thc flames
to the bondings above-mentioned. Mr. Zanoga
lost his furniture and a large sum in Bank of the
State bills. The buildings were Insured la the
agencies of Messrs. Colbara A Howdl.
While at the fire Mr. Ives Edgerton, a member j
of the Vigilant Fire Company, was struck on tba |
shoulder by a failing timber and seriously injured.
Though insensible for a time, he is not considered
Tau ALDERMANIC ELECTION AND COUNCIL
?CoaOUTTZEs.-A lengthy petition, some four feet
b^aix inches, praying Council to order an elec?
tion for the vacancies on the Aldermanic Board,
was not only indednitely postponed, but treated
with indliference, thc Mayor remodeUlng the Com?
mittees of Council apon tho basis of tho present
representation of Aldermen. This action of
Council may bring forth the patent quo warratoo
and mandamus writs, so popular with thc party,
and enable multitudinous Corbin to present an?
other mo jest biD for a few thousand. As a mat?
ter of interest to thc community, we publish be?
low the Council committees as reorganized.
On Ways and Means-Cunningham, McKiulav.
Greene, L. F. Wall, the Maror.
. Vacant Offices and Council Journals- McKin?
lay, Potter, E. P. Wau.
Brick and Wooden .Buildings-Hollowar, Bar?
low and Howard.
- Retrenchment and Relief-L. F. Wal!, Ged
.dings and Cunningham.
City Lands- Voigtit, Thorne and E. P. Wall.
Lighting the City-K. P. Wail, Barrow, the
Licenses-Greene, Potter, Brown.
Contracts-Cotlius. Holloway, the Mayor..
Accoants-Geddings, Barrow, the Mayor.
Public Institutions and Grounds-Geddings,
Cunningham, Howard, Hampton, Collins.
Steam Engines-L. P. Wull, Potter, Thorne.
Artesian Well-Howard, Greene, Small, Brown.
RaUroads-Potter, E. P. Wall, Barrow, Hollo
way, the Mayor.
Quarantine anil Lazaretto-Collins, L. F. Wall,
Assessments-Voigt, McKinlay. Canningham,
Engrossed Bills-Barrow and Collins.
Tidal Drains-Small, Greene and thc Mayor.
Streets-Potter, Collins and Small.
Special Committee Fire Department-Greene,
Afollowav, Potter, Hampton, Cunningham and L.
Printing-Geddings. McKinlay, Howard.
Easton Donation-Barrow, Geddings and the
Fire Loan Fcnd-Volgt, Cunningham, McKinlay
and the Mayor.
Pilotage- Voigt, McK?u?7 and Greene.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF T?UDS.-At an ad
joaracd meeting last night the following gentle
mea were elected to membership: H. C. Stall,
Blake L. Wime. Wm. S. Hastie, Jr., (!. W. Parker.
John Chadwick. Ben). Mautouc. John ll. Lopez.
M. E. Lopez. Julias L. Moses and J. W. Carmair.
The following preamble and resolution, o flt red
by Mr. E. W. Marshall; were adopted! .
Whereat, The south has no', since her rosiora
tlon t<> the Union, h i l her due proportion or thc
national carro?o* due to her, as passed by an act
of Congress. Heit, therefore,
Resoioed. That tue president of; his (mara be
requested to arge upon the senators and repre?
sentatives from South Carolina tae Importance of
this act of I list ice, auJ to forward them a copy of
the above preamble am isolation.
A Mo.o xi. ESTABLISHMENT.-WC invite the at?
tention of the friends of TUE NEWS in the city and
throughout the State to thc excellent facilities
which our ofSce enjoys for the prompt execution
of all kinds of Book und Job Printing. Fully pro?
vided with new type and machinery of the latest
and most approved pattern, and having a large
and carefully selected stock of cards, envelopes
and papers of Oil qualities. THE NEWS Job (lillee ls
now prepared to Gil orders for every description
of plaiu and ornamental printing in the very best
manner, and at rates at least as low as any other
establishment in the Southern States. Cali a:
TUE NEWS building (up-stairs) and examine our
seale of prices and specimens of our work.
CRI'MBS.- There wai quite a s! impede of
the "fancy" at a horse race up thc shell road on
Tuesday evenir.,'. The horses were ail animated
with a desire to leave, and left many of their ve'.ii
The Swedcnborgian minister lectured again last
night at the Unitarian Church, though the audi?
ence was somewhat slim.
Mr. A. H. Miller, the Nestor of printers and the
chronologist of tho perio.l, announces that his Al?
manac, which ha3 been a household companion
for several decades, will be issued on t'.i? 11th in?
The Emmett Circle of Fenianism will meer this
evening, at the Hibernian Hall. Business of im?
portance will be transacted, and an early attend?
ance is requested.
XEftRO BONVS.-lu thc Baltimore City Court,
on Saturday morning, Cbief Justice Scott iiled au
opinion in the case ol Samuel R. Bullington, trus?
tee of Elizabeth Kelton, vs. Aunie L. Davis. This
suit was brought on thc 19th of February. 1869'
to recover the sum of twelve hundred dollars and
Interest, alleged to lie dt:? upon the promissory
note of thc defendant, made at Charleston, S. C.,
16th March, 1S61, and payable at eight months,
with Interest, to C. R. Brewster or order, and by
him endorsed, without reeourse to the plaintiff as
Tae defendant pleaded that the note was gi\cn
for the purchase of a negro, and that an ordi?
nance of South Carolina, passed in 1S6S, made
null and void all contracts thc consideration of
which was thc purchase of slaves.
The plaintiffs demurred, anti the demurrer was
sustained by the Justice. The plaintiffs were
represented by Chancelor Inglis, ?ate cf the
Appecl Bench of South Carolina, and by J.
Du Gue Ferguson, Esq., a promising young
Charlestonian, who has practiced law in Balti?
more for the last two years, pud is rising rapidly
In the rani:s of his profession. If Major Fergu?
son Ls as good a lawyer as he was a soldier, no
more need be said.
THE LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCLVTIO.W-A
lecture will be delivered at the Second Presbyte?
rian Charca, Meeting street, on Sunday eveufhg
next, by the Rev. W. W. Hicks, tn aid of the funds
of this excellent institut!ou. During i he year the
association has been battling along, doing'ali
that it could with its scanty means, and making
Its Influence felt in many a once luxurious Home.
The association ls to our mind especially worthy
of support, because lt is uot an alms-giving or
pauperizing Institution, but a means or giving
ladies in reduced circumstances un opportunity
to cara a livelihood. Work is furnished by* the
association to such persons, and the completed
work is then sold or delivered to tho.e by whom
it was ordered. All that the association distri?
butes ls lu the shape of payment for work done.
The association has a depository in Chalmers
street, where articles made by persons lu need
are exposed for sale. The funds of the associa?
tion are now at a low ebb, and it is absolutely
necessary that something bc done for its assist?
ance. Its plan aud parp?se must commend it to
every heart, and we hope that the returns on
Sunday evening will show that our people have
still a lively appreciation of works of charity and
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.-COLUMBIA,
December T.-HON. G so. S. BUVAN, PRESIDING.
Jurors answered to their names, as on previous
United States v*. three barrels of distilled spir?
its, two mules and oue wagon, claimed by Rich?
ard Leadbcttcr. information for violation of in?
ternal revenue laws. By consent or D. T. Corbiu,
United States District Attorney, and Wm. li. Earle,
attorney for claimant, ordered thur, thc above de?
scribed property be sold bv the marshal, the pro?
ceeds or the sale paid ltito the registry of the
court, to await Un.il order in the cans?, and thai
said cause bc set for u hearing on Tuesday, thc
16th Instant. .
issue Hocker.-Abraham Vati Buren, er ox, et
al, vs. Nathaniel Bynum. Bill for foreclosure.
Ac. It appearing that thc complainants in the
above stated case reside bey .ind the limits of this
State, on morion, ordered that the complainants
do deposit with the clerk of thc court security
for costs before the triul of this cause.
Ci'iminal DocA*f'.-United States vs. Emanuel
Parker. Distillation contrary to law. w. L. Dc
Pass, attorney Tor defendant. This case occupied
thc day and continued till to morrow.
DISTRICT COL RT.
Ex parte HaseRIne .V Ch afee, tn re George J.
Wade and J. IL Wade, bankrupts. Petition to en?
force lien. W. A. Moore, solicitor for petitioner.
Ordered, that tba assignee seU horses and mules
meutloued, aud hold proceeds subject to further
order, and thar the petition be re.'erred to W. J.
Ex pane 1'. H. Wa le et al, in re George T.
Wade and John Rivers Wade, bankrupts. Pet!
tlon to enforce lieu at mortgage by sale.of mort?
gaged premises. W. A. Moore, pro pet. on mo?
tion, ordered trw: petition bc referred to W. I.
Ex parte T. J. Gregory and W. J. Blackman. In
re W. Gregory. Petition to establish lien. Ker?
shaw A Connors, pro pet. Ordered, that the re?
port of registrar become the decree of court; and
ordered, that assignee, af ter paying costs, pay to
T. H. Clyburn the balance of the proceeds of the
sale of the tract of land, containing 2C3 acres,
and covered by the mortgages, and pay balance
to respective priorities, as reported.
Hotel Arrivai.?-December 8.
Wililam Patterson, Canada; George McGuire,
New York; H. S. liane?, Savannah; W. A. Fuller,
Cross Hill, S. C.; John A. Rodgers, Mrs. John A.
Rodgers. Florence; John H. Patterson, Pittsburg;
N. J. Jagnith, New York: L. A. McCall, Floren? ;
A. Holmes, New York: E. M. Griffin, Darlington;
Mrs. c. H. Dobncy and servant, .v.;.-s Dabney, A.
Borden, New York: Dr. J. G. Hugncoia, E. M. G.
Clarkson, Richland, S. C.; T. T. Rey ii.ibis,
Mrs. S. T. Reynolds, Elmira, Kow York;
C. C. Porcher. John W. Gordon, S. C.; A. M. Lati
mer, Stimme: vi'.ic; A. Trier. New York; P. Aborn.
Boston, Mass.: Geo. F. Starbuck, New York; A.
Govcrneur, if., Baltimore, Md.; i>. cohen, s. L.
Batter, New York; H. L. Conant. Mrs. M. L Co?
nant, Nashua. N. H.; W. T. Mathews, Miss
Mathews, Wm. C. Rsley, New York.
PAVILION no: KL.
w. u. Bago od, BlackvBlc; P. p. Rogers, New
Jersey: J. K. Ita..:.. Long Run; J. i?. Ellis. Phila?
delphia; M.Nicely, Saperluteudehc G. A C. Rail?
road; R. F. Yarborough, Monticello; lt. F. McKee,
North Carolina; A. M. Bowers, .lotta J. ArcicS.
Newberry; John B. Simpson, Fr..g Leve!; S. H.
Morgan, South Carolina; p. G. Burns, Baltimore;
Alexander Mc Bee, Greenville; S. S. Fraser, Georg;:
town; J. W. Sra.th, Boston; Charles C. Law, A. J.
Pierce, Darlington; J. H. Murphy, New York; T.
E. Mciver, c. A D. Railroad; J. D. McCarther,
North Carolina; W. C Barr and lady. Williams?
burg; Miss Mary Barr, Miss E. Barr, Williams?
burg; S. Miller, Aiken; S. FL Cole, Clarendon.
Theo. Getty, Summerville; ?. H. Chamberlain,
City; H. S. Hayes, New York; W. J. Thomas,
Camden, N. J.; C. M. Garrison, Milwaukie; T. S.
Commlngs, Columbia; C. ?. Moon, New York;
John nolmes and wife, Chicago; Mrs. C. Champ
llu aud daughter, Newber'n; A. A. Low and wife,
New York; Wm. H. Anna, Montreal; Luke D.
Chadwick, Wadmalaw: J. R. Glynn, Chattanooga.
B 47 S I -V E S S NOTICES.
CANARIES and goldfinches, and fancy cages,
for sale at No. ins King street.
IF roo WANT CHEAP POTATOES, go to Wm.
Roach ,v Co., comer East Hay and A 'ger's
J. ft w. KNOX wili Bell on Wednesday and
Thursday next, a large lot of useful and orna
menta! articles from tho Masonic Fair.
FOR TIIK HOLIDAYS.-Cheap chromo-?, flue
photographs, handsome picture frames, a large
stock of albums-cheaper than the cheapest. At
C. C. Righter's, No. 101 King street.
BUSINESS EKTELorua. -THB NKWS Job Oflic
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 1*71 will bo ready for
delivery by the llth December, is<>s. orders sup?
plied at Fogartie'8 Hook Depository, and at A. M.
Williams & Brother, publishers, No. 9 Broad street,
up stairs. Price per single copy, Tea Ceuts.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, wheu allow?
ed to dissolve lu the mouth, have a direct iniiu
ence to the affected parts; the soothing effect to
thc mucous lining of thc windpipe allays pulmo?
nary Irritation and gives relief in coughs, colds.
a:id thc various throat affections to which public
sneakers and singers arc liable.
LADIES' AND MISSES' FURS.-0. Ti. Johnson,
at the Temple .of Fashion, No. 263 K.ing street,
has just opened the largest and finest stoek of
Furs ever offered in Charleston. You can And
there the Real Musks, Ermine. Filch and Astrac?n
Sets, from $20 to $100. .Uso, all of the lower
irrades, from S3 to $15 por set. and will still con?
tinue to receive the above goods until after New
Year's. This is the only place where thc Oner
grades of Furs arc kept. Don't fall to go and see
them. deco tli3
KID GLOVES, "ARABS" AND CLOAKS.-J. R,
Read A Co. Invite thc attention of the Ladies,
Tats DAY, to a new lot of beautiful ,;Arabs"' or
B?douines, from $6 to $18 each; Black Cloth
Cloaks, $7 to $20; also, narris' "Seamless" Black
Kid (Roves, all sizes, (Nos. 6 to 8.) and Colored Kid
Gloves In variety. dec3 2
JpiVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Wanted employment for the above amount
tsgether with thc services of an experienced ac?
countant and thorough business man.
AddresH, care NKUI'VILLE a HANNAM.
dec4 stutlU* No. 9 Broad street.
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OF MILLINERY GOODS.
AT MRS. M. J. ZERNOWS, No. .104 RING .ST.
Having just returned from New York, would re?
spectfully call the attention of the Ladies to a
large and handsome assortment of MILLINERY
GOODS, including Dress Trimmings and Paper
Patterns. Cloaks on hand and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to os usual. Country
orders solicited and promptly llBed.
octn 3 tUt!lS3UK>S
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A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FINE MATERIALS IS NOW OPENEL
Which wil! be made in the
BEST MANNER AND LATEST STYLES,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
All Orders promptly Ulled.
M. J. BOOTH,
No. 429 King street
octio 5 tuthaSmoa
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FOOT Ol' Urti STREET, EAST RIVHR.
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AND BYBRf DBSORIPTION OF IRON WORK
POU BUILDINO tvaronta.
GEO. IL JACKSON, BURNET & CO.,
BBAMCH OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE BTBEET,
CORNEE OK HOWARD.
WAGON AXLES, COMMON, CONCORD,
Iron Hub, and Solid Collar, of superior
quality and Unis!!. Also, Manufacturers of Ma?
chinery. Patent Steam and Belt Forge Hammers,
Power Shears, Car Axles, Windlass Necks, Trass
Shapes, Crowbars,. Boiler Fronts, Cast iron Jack
Screws, Patent Swage Blocks, Tira Benders, Forg?
ings and Castings. Address, for Price List,
LYMAN KINSLEY & CO.,
nov24 Imo Cambrldgeport, Masa.
pS- CHARLESTON SAVINGS INSTI
r?TIOK.-The following amounts have not been
calle?! fer in thc above named Institution. As the
n.'lice will be closed on the 31st of December, all
persons interested arc rcrmcsted to bring in their
jass Hooks and receive the amounts due them.
Those who have drawn the FIRST Instalment, bat
not the SECOND, will not And their names in this
list,as the factof their having drawn oac In?
stalment. ?san ovider.ee that they know of lliclr
interest in the Institution.
HENRY S. GRIGGS. Treasurer.
Anderson. A. J., Trustee. $3 77
Anderson. Ann. 13 ll
Alston, Thomas, Trustee. - 45
Honesty, Charles. 4 39
Burns,-Ann. >r,i w
Iturke, James.,. 4 89
liostlcman, J. F. 57 24
Ballen tine, Isaac. Trustee. 8 Ol
Boyce. Mary. 2 Ss
Backes, Mathilda. 004 77
Baum. John A. 2 73
Beggs, Charles, Trustee. 2*>
Barn.:, Matilda. 1 25
Brown. Isabella. 3 13
Bellinger, M. G., Trustee. l 21
Blake, Margaret M. 2 io
con no', v. Elizabeth. o so
Cleary, Catherine. 4 sa
Cameron, l>. W. 5 4?
Casey, James. I 'S N
Comstock, 1). B., Trustee, (two accounts). 4 54
Chandler, Janet B. 14 OS
Corlies. E. S. 6 UJ
Clarkson. E. BL, Trustee. 0 05
Coburn, J. Robert. '-32
Oarahur, Rose Ann. 0 fi8
Curry, S. A. D. 1 18
Borrie, Louise. 643 99
DulTv, Michael. 17 M
Dupont, C. C., Trustee. 17 74
Desverner, Peter. Trustee. 490 '.is
DuFree. D. A., Agent. 0 st
Drayton, John.>. 55 45
Evans, Edward P. 32 43
Early, John, Trustee. ll fli
Errtckson, J. P. ? 03
Eldred, G. P., Trustee. 0 51
Ferguson. James. 0 50
Fuller, Mrs. CA. 07 io
Fahronback, S. 1 ?7
Ford, M?ry. 2 40
Gilbert, Theodore N. 34 SS
Guilbert, A. 4M
Geltet, Johan?. a so
Gross, Barnwell. 4 48
Graham, Anne. 6 24
Graham, Kiddy J. 34 75
Gregg. William, Trustee. 2 27
Grierson, J. W., Trustee. 3 43
Hennessy, Marv. 0 so
Hummel, John. 29 IS
ileuerev, John T. 6 20
Henry, E. H., Trustee. 21 os
Horan, James. 0 30
llvatt, Thomas, Trustee.... 3 00
Hanta, Francis. loo 94
Hochmann, II. 9 47
Hamilton, Jas. A. w. 0 74
Holland, Mary. 3 07
Kenney, Jame*. 1 IS
Kenney, John. Trustee. SW
Reagan, John. 3 93
Leveret*., Charles E. 3 40
Lockhorn, Elisabeth. 4 02
Lyons, Winiam. Trustee. 0 a?
Lee, L. S. 2 sw
Meyer, Henry. 7 43
Mayor, Anna. 4 14
Mayor, John George. 10 04
Miller, L. I*.. Trustee. 0 81
Maxwell, Susan. 0 42
Muggc. Catherine. 2 64
Wakiim, Ann. 3 i"8
Murray. Martha C.,Trustee. 41 35
Murray, F. ll. 0 00
McCrady, Edward, Trustee. r. 00
McCright, Sarah A. 0 31
McDougall, John. 6 50
McDougall, Hugh. 3 "
McDonald, Jolm. 127 41
Mcluamey, Mary. 71 28
Norman, Thomas. 3 17
Person. Ann. ll 51
Porcher, Thomas W., Trustee. 0 75
Porcher, E. W., Trustee. 22 37
Poinsett, Henrietta. 17 15
Phelon, Julius. 7 82
Peurlfoy. A. 31 29
Pattat, Josephine. 0 30
Routh, William R. 177 36
Roberts. W. A. 0 47
Rivers. John, Trustee. 5 00
Reynolds, Catherine. 4 70
Russell, Eliza. 437 66
Rice, L. J. 28 61
Rice, B. F. 5 77
R?ith, John. 0 43
Richards, Louis. 1ST co
Ramspock. Charlotta R. 1 72
Ravencl. H. E., Trustee, (ilvc accounts)... lo 2J
Sinter, Mana. ll 01
Society, Ladles' Domestic Missionary. tis 05
Schwerin. J., Trustee. 3 7?
Smith, John. ?4 31
Smith, Marr. 19 40
Smith, S. E., Trustee. 4 23
Schmidt, John. 4 80
Steele. E. 0. 102 34
Shaw, Charles (two accounts). 17 02
sweat, B. S.. Trustee. 3 76
Sweeney. Danie!. 1 58
servl'-c. Caroline E. O 30
Skellv. Patrick. 404 69
Small, Tliomas R., Trustee. 0 sc
Small, J. Sj. Trustee (four accounts). ? 47
Schroder, Henry. 4;l 17
Symons, John, Administrator. 19 02
Wilson. Joseph, Trustee. ll on
Wood, Susan. 5 co
Wilhams, Ann. 41 39
iViMloms, Susan, Trustee. 24 17
White, George. 0 30
White, David. 8 M
White, W. R. 0 30
Wiemar. George... 47 17
Wall. David. !.. ul
Wells, Elizabeth C., Trustee, two ac?
counts). .? 78
(Tlttpenn, Fred., Trustee. 1 tis
herbst, T.n. 12 05
?STTERRY'S Ct)M?-;DONE AND PIM
PLE REMEDY positively cures Comedones, (Bald
Heads or Grabs*) also Red, White and Multeratcd
Pimples on the face. Depot No. 49 Bond street.
S'cw York. Soid by Druggists everywhere.
deco .".mos _
^MANHOOD. -A MEDICAL ESSAY
>n the Cause and Cure of Premature Decline in
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De
"There Ls no member of society by whom this
>ook will not bc found useful, whether such per
Kffl holds the recition of Parent Preceptor or
Tlergyman.'*-Medical Times aud Gazette.
Sent br mai! on receipt c:' Stty cents. Address
rhe Author, Dr. ?L DsF. CL'STLS, Washington,
D. C. septl lyr
?SSTWORDS OP CHEER-ON Tili:
Brrora or Youth ami tho Follies of Age. ta rda
.ion NI Ma"-, ige :.?I : Si cial Evils, with a hclpn g
'aud for thu erring an 1 unfortunate. Sent ?ti
lealcd letti r i nvclopo*, free of charge. Address
HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Box P., Philadelphia
Pa. septss amos
S?S^?UE G RE AT SOUTHERN P. I'M K DY. I
LVCOB'S CHOLERA, DYSENTERY AND I MAR- j
itu ILA CORDIAL.-This article, so well known
ind highly prized throughout the Southern st:;t"s
LS a sovereign Remedy for thc above diseases, is
low Olfen ii to thc whole country.
lt ls invaluable to eve . lady, boil; mumed and
Ne family can afford co bc withe it :\ and r?oae
rill to whom ILS virtues are know;:.
For sale by all Druggists and genera! dealers. |
Dow" iE A Mo.'SE,
octll 3m os nae General Agent*.
".r-TO CONSUMPTTYEs7-THE AD-1
ifERTISER, having been restored to health ?ti a
cw weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
ititrcrcd several yen -, ct), a Revere lung atTcc
ion, and that dreadful d'-ica.v. consumption, is
inxloHS to make known to !il-> fellow-scifvrcrathe
ncaa? 0.' cure.
To all who lievre it, lie wlU send a copy o' the
ircscripUoii i:.-:c<i Kroc of charge,) vc., lue?irec
10ns for preparing and using the same, windi
hey *.v?? find asms Cc ICE FOR CoNSintrrtON,
IsriiMA, BkOKCUlTlS, Ac The object of ttie ad
rertiser in sending the Prescription ls to beucht
he aillicted. and rmread information which lie
mucetves tu be lu valuable; and ho hopes every
miterer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
totliing. and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please ad
bess Her. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Unga County, New York. neva Sums
^aromare, CtuUcrrj, Uz.
HARDWARB AND HOLLOWWARE,
OP DIRECT IMPORTATION,
NOW LANDING PER STEAMER MARMORA.
Elwell'* ROES. Hrailo?' Crown Planters, Steel
Hoes, and other Makers.
Shutter Holts, Smiths' Viivs, Corn Mills.
Fry Pans, Brass and IronPenders.
Ca ironware, consisting <>f Ovens and extra
rovers, from 7 to -J4 inch. Pots, 1 quart to M pal
Ions. Spiders, s to 14 Inch, all in line order.
Rodgers' Ivory Handle Knives; Scissors.
And on hand u fine assortment of Builders Hard?
ware, Plantation Tools, and Agricultural Imple?
Also. Agents for the DODGE'S PERFECT
PLOUGHS, and Elierbe's Transplanters.
For sale at low prices U7
S. R. .MARSHALL,
Sign of the Golden Gun,
deco Histor hs.", No. 310 Kine street.
piG IRON! .PIG IRON:
75 tons No. 1 ENGLISH PIG IRON
30 tons No. 1 Glengarnoclt Pig Iron.
For sale by RAVEN KL A CO.
HARLES KERRISON, JR.
No. 249 KING STRSL-T.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AGRICUL?
TURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
Arssleot assortment of TABLE AND POCKKT
CUTLERY, Rodjrers' and other Scissors, Fancy
Bird Cages, Paper Basins and Buckets and House?
keeping articles generally.
ALSO, AS ASSORTMENT OF
ARORICTURAL IMPLEMENTS, NAILS, CAR?
PENTER'S TOOLS, Ac, of best make.
Sole Agent for tho genuine Eureka Ccifee Pot,
the Russian Hemp Castor, and the American
Papier Macho Company. novl.l stuthlrao
rJHE CELEBRATED WATT PLOUGH.
OVER EIGHT THOUSAND SOLD.
GEORGE WATT, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
The best Fallow, Subsoil, Ditching and Cultiva?
ting PLOUGH. Superior to all others by actual
Mst. being adaptod to every soil, and doing the
hoe and plough work wiLhout choking.
For sale at manufactory price*, freight added,
by J. E. A?GER A CO., Agents,
. No. 02 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
Also on hand, a large assortment of other
Ploughs, Corn Shellers, Hay Cutters, and Agricul?
tural Implements of all kinds. oct30 stuth
?AROLLNA LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, OF MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
President, non. JEFFERSON DAVIS, of Mis?
sissippi; vice-Presidents, M. J. WlOKS and J. T.
PETIT; Secretary. W. F. Bo Y I.B.
Assets. 054.154 68
Special attention I" called to the NEW SUR?
RENDER VAI.UK SYSTBM, by which the greatest
advantages are offend to Insurers.
Travelling Agents and Canvassers fur cifv are
wanted. Apply to R. J. MAGILL,
Genera! Agent, No. 05 Broad street.
dec" tut'.isluio _
T N'S ? B ~ E
SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY
OF NKW TORI: CITY.
President, ROBER* L. CASE; vice-President, Tuco".
R. Wu ET MORE; Secretary, ISAAC H. ALLEN.
General Agent Tor South Carolina, W. DUTSON
ORGANIZED IN 18 02.
Assets, December 31. 18U8.$1,864,570 oo
Amount insured in 1S<>3.11,561,330 oo
Claims paid. i43,03uoo
No restrictions on travel. Only sound lives in?
Loan of portion of premium allowed when de?
Dividends declared annually. Last Dividend 50
All forms of Life and Endowment Policy Issued.
Attention ls especially invited to tho Ten Year
Non-Forfclturo and rhe Return Premium plans.
Insurance by the Uiiter costs Hie policy-holder
ONLY THE INTEREST UPON BIS ANNUAL PREMIUMS,
for the Premiums themselves ure returned at
death in addition to the full amount of the Policy.
Tills Company ls chartered under the Laws of
the State of New York, and it Invites Hie closest
scrutiny Into ILS condition as exhibited lu ottlcial
reports of insurance Departments Of New York
SPECIAL AGENTS rv Tris STATE AT LARGE.-A. J
NORRIS, J. B. WILKIE, J. M. DUTSON. C. A
DESAUSSURE. C. G. STEPHENS, J. J. MACKEY,
R. P. GANT", S. H. S Y I? NOR, D. K. MODZON, G.
D. RHODUS, h. O. STEPHENS.
REFERENCES.-n. 7. LARREY. Esq.. R. M.
ALEXANDER. Esq.. RICHARD CALDWELL. Esq.,
M. H. NATHAN. Esq.. Messrs. STOLL, WEBB &
CO., Messrs. H. COBIA A CO.
Dr. W. M. FITCH, Medical Examiner.
Agent for Charleston. S. C.,
OFFICE No. 40 BROAD STREET, (Second Floor.)
HOV22JS _ _
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
N E W YORK.
OWJAN1ZKD IN 1353.
ALL POLICIES NONFORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST C &U DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PEU CENT.
Polices In force.$25,000,000
Annual Ide?me. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600.000
w. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. Mt '.DAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
HOB. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Broa.,9 .
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bunk Republic.
Wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (Vcrmllyc A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. George Opydyhp, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Hanker. .
Tiioruas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benj. B. Sherman. Treasurer New York steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A co.
Richard H. Bowrie. Wetmore .". Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Hanghwout, Firm E. v. Haughwout ,'? Co.
Wm. WUkens, Finn of Whitens ? Cu.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merclia.it.
Charles J. Starr, Men lian;. *
William Allen. Merchant.
Goo. W. Cnylur, Banker, Palmyra, N. I.
Ceo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire la<ur
Jo!m C. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner FhTIi Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, >'. j.
i;--! . W. F:j:!eir, Counsellor.
W. it. Cogswell, Merchant.
Genera i /. for South Carolina and GeorgiA,
0 : c Nu. 4c p.road street,
Cit arlos .o n, s. C.
Br. T. RKENsTJiiitNA, Esamining Physician.
-CTT 1 L L l S & C I! I i-f O L u.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SUIPPiNG AG E NTS,
Will attend to Hie Purchase, Sale and Shipmen?
(ta Foreign and Domestic Portai of COTTON,
RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, s. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CULSOLM.
CANARIES! CTOLDFINCILES ! CANA?
Just arrived from the Hartz Mountains, in fier
r.90 No. 1 SINGING CANARIES, Ac.,
A FI NE ASSORTMENT OF
F AK O Y CAGE S,
Ottered for saie for a short time -inly at
No. 195 KING STREET,
deco * Below Market. Weat side.
QTJFP, NIGGER, WHAT'S DE MATTER ?
You left'dem derc fritters.
Sal, gal, step dat clatter,
I'se miss de SOLOMON RITTERS ?
Fer sale at RAOUL A LI NAH.
A N C I N G SCHOOL
Mons. BERGER informs his patrons that he
will bc back in Charleston on the 13th instant,
and will then organize his different Classes.
. Apply after said date at
dec2th4 No. 832 KINO STREET.
Q-II, O-H, LORD, O-H!
NO ONE GRUNTS THUS
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
Por sale at RAOUL A LYNAM.
' dec2 _
ERZ TL IC HE ANZEIGE.
Dit. CHAP.LES B. L ANN EAU,
OcHce und Wolinnng, Wentworth Strasse, No. 120,
Bcke von Smith' Strasse.
Sprechstunden-Von 9 bis 10 morgens, und 5
bis 6 abends. nov?S thS
OONE NEED SHAKE
FROM FEAR OF AGUE WHO DRINKS
SOLOMO N'S BITTERS.
Fer sale at
dot? RAOUL A LTNAFL
iancrj ?cobs, Ut.
-y^ILLLAM G. WU I LD EN & CO.
Have for the Holidays a rich assortment of
TASES, TOILET SETS, CUPS AND SAUCERS,
And Fancy Goods.
No. 23* KING STREET, CORNER BEAUFAJN.
ILVER TADLE RING.S,
FRUIT KNIVES SUGAR SPOONS,
And a variety of Fancy Silver for the Holidays,
FOK SALK DV
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO..
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufain.
jp ASIAN, WEDGEWOOD, HAVRE
FRENCH CHINA AND GRANITE-WARE,
AND IN EVERY TABIETT, FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.,
No. 2.r. j Klug Street, corner Beaufain.
?OMPLETE SETS OP FINE CUT GLASS
DECANTERS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
Cordials, Finger Bowls, Tumblers and Goblets,
TOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.,
No. 2r>5 King Street, corner Beaufain.
-yynLLlAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE
LEATHER RETICULES, TRAVELLING BAGS,
Purses, Pocketbooks and Portemonnaies, suitable
for Christmas Presents, at
No. 256 KIN? STREET, CORNER BEAUFAIN.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES,
CHATELAINS, VEST CHAINS,
Brooches, Earrings, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac,
FOR SALE HY
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN A CO.,
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufain.
g ILVER AND PLATED TEA SETS,
BPTTHR DISHES, CORDIAL STANDS,
Cas'ors, Cups, Strawberry Dishes, Ac, Ac,
WN EXHIBITION AND POE SALE AT
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.'S,
No. 255 Klug Street, corner li?aufaln.
BAZAAR, No. 3Gil KING STREET,
CO US'sr. OEOKGE,
J. ARCHER, PROPRIETOR.
I would respectfully Inform my numerous cus?
tomers that 1 have returned froth New York, and
have received persteamers Manhattan and James
Ailger 60 cases assorted merchandise, comprising
everything in the NOTION, HOSIERY, SHIRT.
TIES and gnneral fancy line. My stock, at pres?
ent. ls the largest ever ottered in this city. My
position with importers and Manufacturers, "as
a CASH bcyer,'" gives nie many advantages, ena?
bling me to sell all goods ut least from 25 to 30
percent. less than those holding old stuck previ?
ously bought on CREDIT.
Odd lots given away.
Price list en annlieatlon.
BAZAAR, No. 383 KING STREET,
The Ladies' Favorite Store.
Jil)- Several smart, intelligent Y'ouths wanted.
The pines to buy \* r
S EWIN G 31 ACHINE S ~*
Is where you have a cholee of styles of diQctent
I have tile best single and dot:' Ic-throad Ma?
chines now before the public.
THE WILLCOX A- GIBBS*
SILENT Vi A C ?I INS ?
" W E ED" V. F. LO G K-STIT (.' li
Are the simplest and mos: reliable Ma raines
made. Ev~ry Machine is warranted to give s,uis
faction, or it will be exchanged for other kinds.
AU kinds of Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for al! Brsl Oas* Sewing or Knittjni,
Machines, Nee Iles, Uti. Thread, SUk, Ac.
REPA IRIN : ad x- ...
D. H. HASELTON.
amyl ..' at My No. ce? King street.
A. ?- c 11 E v i: E u x
S C 'J I. P T 0 B A N ?) A RC H IT C T.
Cornel Meeting street, and Horlocok's Alley,
Charleston, s. C.
Plans made co order an i work cjrecttted promptly,
J" A Yt ES II A R ii AL ? CO.
COTTON AND GENERAL COMMISSION
N o . 2 :'. W B 11 B HALL S T R E E T
(Lower end of Broadway,)
Libera' advances ma le u-?o:i RL'Is of L uirng.
Unction Sales--<?h,is EJarj.
By JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
BLACK SATINETS, CLOTHING, BUCK
OA?NTLBTS AND UKI) BLANKETS, ON
ACCOUNT OF ALL CONCERNED.
THIS O AY, 9t!i instant, at io o'clock, wo will sell
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting
BLACK AND FANCY SATINETS, Ca3slmeres.
Kentucky Jeans. Kerseys, Heavy Twills, Red and
White Flannel. Fancy ami Clue Plaids. Hine
Denims, Bleached and Brown Shirting, Children's
Balmoral Hose, Merino Half Hose, Huck Gaunt?
lets and Gloves, Ladles' Merino Gloves. Assorted
HoopsUrts, Balmoral Skirts, Brown Cotton
Shirts.. White and Grey Merino Shirts and Draw?
ers. Madras Heavy Handkerchiefs. Cloth Cloaks
and sundries, with an assorted invoice of Clothing
-Pants. Coats and Vests-and Bed Blankets, on
account of all concerned.
Conditions c?i^i\. deco
Bj J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
gUG?R AND MOLASSES.
Wc will sell THIS DAY, in front of our Store,
No. S'J East Bay, at half-past 10 o'clock,
30 boxes good grocery SUGAR
10 bbls. Now Orleans Molasses. deco
By J. T. HUMPHREYS.
Y?UNG AND GENTLE TONY.
wm be sold THIS DAY, at io o'clock, in front of
my office, No. 27 Broad street,
A tine PONY, young and gentle. Sold for no
Terms cash. deco
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
EX PARTE S. W. PALMER, ADMINISTRATOR OF
JOHN PALMER, DECEASED.
Will be sold. In front of the Old Poatofflc?,
THIS DAY, the otu day of December, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
The following TRACTS OF LAND in St. Steph?
en's Parish. Charleston County, viz:
AU that Tit ACT OF LAND known as the Evana
Tract or Cypress Lake, containing looo acres,
moreor less:butting and bounding to the north
on "Little Wall Eye Swamp," south on the Tract
known as the Keatly Tract, east on Lands nor or
late of H. Johnson, and west on Lands of Jona
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the Keatly
orCalvitt Tract, containing 84flM acres, more or
less; butting and bounding north on Landa of
Rodgers, east ou Lands of Evans, south on Lands
of Johnson agid Evans, and west on Rev. A.
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the Cox
Tract, containing 75 acres, more or less; butting
and bounding north on Lands of E. R. Hains,
east on Lands formerly of Guerry, west on Lands
formerly of cal vit t, aud south on Lands formerly
All that TRACT OF LAND known as Poplar
Hill, formerly of Ronan, containing 240 acres
more or lees, as per survey of D. Shepherd, dated
5th March, 1855.
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the John?
son Lauds, containing about 700 acres; butttng
and bounding northeast on Lands of John Palm?
er, southeast ou Lauds of Mrs. Sarah Johnson
aud-Smith, and northwest on Lands of C. O.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two
years, on bonds secured by mortgage of Lands
sold, with interest at seven per cent., payable
annually. Purchasers to pay for panera and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
docQ_S. C. C.
~By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
VALUABLE PLANTATION ON COO
SAWHATCHIE RIVER AND BEE'S
CREEK, AND ON THE LINE OF THE
SAVANNAH AND CHARLES?
Will bc sold TRIS DAY, oth December, at the
Old Post?nica, at li o'clock, without reserve,
Ali that PLANTATION, formerly property of
estate of Hugucnin, lying in St. Luke's Parish,
Beaufort County, and known as Fairfleld, con?
taining twenty-four hundred (2400) acres, more or
less; bounded on the north by Lands of the estate
of Thomas Dawson aud a tract formerly a por?
tion of Fairfield, cast by theCoosawhatchie River
and Lands of the estate of Thomas Dawson, south
by Bee's Creek anil Lands of Dr. Wm. ?. GUTison,
west by Lands of Hon. W. F. Colcock,
Terms-One-third (H) cash; balance by bond
payable in one and two years, secured by mort?
gage of the property. Purchaser to pay us for
pupers and stamps.
Plat of the above place can be seen at my office.
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL.
BUILDING LOTS ON RUTLEDGE AVE?
NUE. NUNAN AND PAYNE STREETS.
Will be sold THIS DAY, December 9, at the
Old Postolllce, at ll o'clock,
2 LOTS on west side Rutledge avenue, one door
north of Nunan street, each 40 feet, by 215 feet
3 Lots oa north side NT-.an street, each 40 feet,
3 Lots on east side Payne street, two 40 feet by
110. and one 40 feet by 215.
Terms-One-VJiird cash; balance secured by
bond and mortgage in one and two years. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps. Plats may
be soen our office. deco
BY LOWNDES ft GBIMBALL.
JJOUSE No. IS SMITH STPvEET.
Wl'l bo sold THIS LAY, liceeuiber 9, ?t the
Old Post?nico, at ll o'clock.
Tho HOUSE AND LOT, at the northeast corner
of Smith and Montague streets, known as No. is
Smith street. The House contains eight square
rooms, pantry and attics. All tho necessary out?
buildings and cistern on thc premises. Lot mea?
sures 69 feet on Montague ami 110 feet ou Smith
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage. Property
to be insured aud policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. dec9
By LOWNDES ft GRIMBALL.
JJOUSE No. 96 BROAD STREET.
Will be sold THIS DAY, Oth December, at the
old Postoffice, at il o'clock,
Tl at BRICK RESIDENCE, on the north side of '
Broad street, two doors west of the Courthouse,
known as No. Oti. The House contains six up?
right rooms, pantry, dressing rooms, Ac. Kitchen
and outbuildings of brick. Lot measures 84 feet
front, by 134 feet deep.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, to be secured by bond and mortgage.
Property to be Insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps. deco
By LOWNDES ft GRIMBALL.
LOT AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF NUNAN AND PAYNE STREETS.
Will be sold THIS DAY, December 9, at the
Old Postoihcc, at ll o'clock,
AI! that LOT OF LAND at the northeast corner
of Nunun and Payne streets.
Lot measures 46 teeta inches on Payne stree*,
by HO feel on Nunan street.
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two
years. Purchaser t.? pa) L ? G. for papers and
?&nciion Saks-??t?xz Dans.
By WM. McKAY,
No. 13d Heeling street.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SOAP,
STARCH. CUTLERY, READY-MADE
il .OMINO, NOTIONS. Ac.
At Mi ? \ TO-MORROW Fridav) <lccO
By J. ?c W. KNOX.
/ UT \ U r. WK SA LE OF USEFUL ANO
I i ItNAMKNTAL ARTICLES FROM MA?
W I: se-. WEDNESDAY aadTHURSDAY EV2N
IN't, 15th an ! I6tb i;t>'.a!i?, as abo voa; Masonic
Articles will be open for Inspection from io
o'clock A. M., to 4o'clock P. ii., oa days of salo.
Full particulars and terras in future advertise?
ment. . doc.' thetu?
T T. H rj M P H R E YS,
BROK?R, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? 0? REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL FRu
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 2" BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. c.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA?
GRATH. Esq.. General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING, ESQ, CCU