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Meeting* TUU Day.
LaCandeur Lodge, at 7 P. M.
-|)&ome Loan and Building Association, at 7
Sooth Carolina Institute, at 12 M.
South Carolina-Agricultural Soaiety, at half
past T r. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at IC o'clock, at his
s'vore, boots, shoes and hats.
William McKay will sell at io o'clock, at Iiis
?tore, household furniture, Ac.
Tua HOLIDAY TKADI?.-As a general mle,
the most extensive and liberal buyers of holiday
goods do sot put off their purchases until the
stocks have become low aad the crowd so great
that they are unable to make satisfactory selec?
tions. Indeed, as we happen to know, some of j
Ute most desirable customers in that branch of
trade are already on the lookout for souvenirs
of the coming season. Dealers who propose to
engage in it-and which of them does not*
should therefore announce their attractions with?
out delay, if they wish to reap an early harvest.
We need hardly add, what they already know,
that the advertising columns of THE NEWS, al?
ways a reflex of tke business of thc city, are con?
sulted now more than ever by t hose desiring bar?
gains in any branch of trade.
^?HB CUF.APEST TET.-The NEWS Job Office 1?
now printing bill-heads in the best style and ou
fine paper, at $250 per thousand. Merchants, think
of lt? ,_
Ona Piaras CuRMXT.-We especially Invite the
attention of our merchants to Tris Naws Prices
Current, issued this morning. Made up with the
utmost care, and handsomely printed with entirely
new type, it forms, with the business card of the
house forwarding lt, the most attractive and wel?
come weekly commercial circular that can be
used. Price, for ten copies or more, with busi?
ness card, two and a half cents per copy. Single
copies, five cents.
REAL ESTAT? SALSS.-Mr. A. C. McGlUlvray
sold yesterday several tracts of pine barren land
.in BL Stephen's Parish, aggregating 2S81 acres,
for $935. He also sold the plantation In St. Luke's
Parish, known as Boirfleld, and containing 2400
.aores, for $1000.
Messrs. Lowndes ft Grlmball sold the house and
.lot at the northeast corner of Smith and Monta -
_gne streets, known as No. 18 Smith street, for
$8500. _ _
A RUNAWAY CAB AND A SMASHUP.-The
railroad In Messrs. Bischoff & Co.'s store, though
not extensive, docs a heavy business. The sched?
ule ls frequently varied, bni the car is seldom
idle. Yesterday, while lt was being rapidly pro?
pelled through the store and worked by two Afri?
can power, it acquired suoh a momentum that lt
was Impossible to stop it, aud it came against
the door at the terminus with a resistless force
that broke through all barriers, scattered the
freight In every direction, and demoralized the
Africans. No lives were lost.
In ic ORATIO K PROSPECTS are brightening.
All the immigrants recently brought from Sweden
by Mr. Ferio w have been satisfactorily located In
Newberry County, and Mr. Perlow hlmsoir has
gone on a visit to Florence, Sumter and Orange
ourg, for the purpose of making arrangements
for the passage and reception of more immi?
grants. The Newberry Herald says : "Mr. F. W.
Bmggeman, agent of immigration, now in New
York, writes as that the prospect for securing a
good class of German farm laborers is more fa?
ctorable than heretofore, and that he can fill very
many more orders in the most satisfactory way."
FOUR HAW MAH. CARS.-The South Carolina
^Railroad Company nave Just completed at their
workshops, ia this city, four new mall cars of an
.improved pattern, which wUi be put on the road
immediately. Tho cars are about ten feet longer
than the passenger cars in general use, and have
.compartments for the mall carrier and express
messenger. The interior of the car is of Southern
pine, highly polished and varnished, and is fitted
up with every convenience. The facilities for as?
sorting and distributing the mail will be greatly
increased in these ears, and they will supply a
?want that has been toas felt. They will ron on
tate main road and Columbia and Augusta
BILL POSTING.-Tho habit of ornamenting
fences; wails and sides of houses with enormous
and often unsightly posters has grown to be a
nuisance, and it was found necessary io have the
prohibition "stick no UlUa'? on every piece of
property tho owners wished to preserve from the
vandal hands of this class of advertisers. For
sou?time thia monition. Uko the famous "beware
of the dog," kept intruders from the sacred pre?
cincts; hut the community were not sufficiently
enlightened to please the street advertisers, and
they resorted to board fences built for that pur?
pose. Several Improvements have been effected
.oa tho style and size of these boards, but the
latest wrinkle is a neat posting board, with an
arched top, that is placed against the sides of
She buildings at the street oorners. Numbers of
these have been rocectly erected in the city, and
the uninitiated are now Informed of their in?
tended use. ^ .
SUPRKMJS COURT.-COLUMBIA Dec ember 8_
Present-Chief Justice Moses and Associate Jus?
The oases of Thomas F. McDow, administrator,
vs. Daniel W. Brown, executor, and Daniel W.
Brown, executor, ads. Thomas F. McDow, admin?
istrator, were continu*', by consent of counsel.
William Wallace vs. W. M. Kerr. Appeal aban?
On motion, thc following cases wera ordered to
Thomas C. Houge, Jr., et al, ads. Wm. C. H?nze,
administrator. Uemphill for motion; J. J. Me?
Biggera Mobley, et el, ads. John McKee, Sr., ad?
ministrator. Hemphiii for motion; Moore, contra.
J. D. Ooskey, sheriff, ads. William McMulleu.
Moore for motion; Kershaw A Conner, contra.
R. A. Pringle vs. Bella Sigar, et al. Moore for
motion; AUlson, contra.
A. J. Kibler vs. 0. Rives. Kershaw & bonnor
for motion; & IL Hamilton, contra.
Biggera Mobley va. w. j. Cureton. el ?t. Ker?
shaw A Conner for motion ; Moore A Allison, con?
Ames Cook vs. Alfred IL Moore, ct a!. Eeralaw,
Conner and Moore..
The court then resumed the case cf Joseph
Crews and others ads. S. S. Farrow A Bros. Mr.
SoiRJaaa contlnuod lus argument, and was fol?
lowed by Mr. W. D. Simpsoa for appellees up to
the hour of adjournment.
UNTTBD 8rATB8 ClROU-T COURT.-COLUMBIA,
December 8.-no?. Ono. S. BRYAN, PRBSIDIMC
Jury No. 2, charged with the case of United states
vs. Bmaanel Parker, had to be discharged by the
Judge until to-morrow, In consequence or the sick?
ness of one of the jurors.
Rx porte John P. June, or Manning. Petition
for final discharge. G. D. Bryan, pro pet. The
registrar's report la favor ot discharge was read
and confirmed, and, on motion, tue judge slgued
-order and cerUdeate of discharge.
Bx parte Thomas Brown, of Richlind. Petition
for final discharge. D. B. DeSanssure, pro pet.
Rererred to C. O. Jaeger, and final hearing to take
place before the court at Charleston, on 8th Janu?
ary next, at 12 M.
Rx porte O. Herber. Sass, assignee, in re Evans
k CogswelL Petttioa to acU property whose title
ls m dispote. W. K- Baohmau. pro pet. On hear?
ing the petition, ordered thai assignee sell the
mortgaged property oa first Monday in January
next, Ac, for one-half cosh and the balance In
one and two years, ftc. Ordered that J. C. Car?
penter give notice to creditors, by notice affixed
to sdvertlsment of sale, to prove claims on or be?
fore first Monday of January next, and in fault
to be forever debarred, Ac, ko. Assignee to exe?
cute titles and bold proceeds, after payment of
oosta, subject to further order of court.
Ex porte John D. Wylie, assignee, in re P. D.
Oreen, bankrupt. Peutlon for sale of property.
S. H. AUlson, pru pet. Ordered that the assignee
sell the property, Ac, and, after paying costs,
?e., hold the remainder of the money aubject to
Ute further order or thia court.
Bx sarre Wm. EL Oreen, per procheln ami. in
nip. Green, bankrupt. Petition ror sale of
rearoetate. Rutledge A Young. Same order as
KILLING rx EDOEFIBL?.-A report reaches
us from Bdgefleld Courthouse so the eileot that the
clerk of the court (a Mr. Ramsay) had boen killed.
No particular? are given; but it ls supposed that
the killing was thc result of aa old quarrel.
MILI.KR'S ALMANAC for 1870, prompt and ac?
curate as ever, oomes to us from the presses or
Messrs. A. M. Williams ? Brother. Among its
raluable features we notice a table showing the
raine of Confederate notes in greenbacks, as es?
tablished by the act of the Legislature, passed in
March last. _
CRUMBS.-The Orphan children are invited
to attend tte matinee to-morrow afternoon.
The cool change has brought out all Of thc
Arabs In the city, ami the streets present avurie
The first shipment of Now Orleans molasses of
this season was received yesterday by Messrs.
Bischoff 4 Co., East Bay.
A NATIVO NBSTOP.IAN.-Th? Rev. Arthur Bow?
dan, a native of Bethlehem, in Judea, and a pres?
byter in the ancient Ncstorlan Church, will preach
next Sunday morning, in the Glebe Street Pres?
byterian Church, or "The sufferings and the per?
secutions of the Christians in Turkey.'" Mr. Bog
dan is officially delegated by lils church to visit
the Doited States for the purpose of spreading
this information so interesting to the friends of
civilization everywhere. The public arc invited
to hear him.
RAILROAD AGR::K_KNT.-The Columbia Phoe?
nix states that Colouel William Johnston, of the
Charlotte, and Mr. H. T. Peake, of the South Car?
olina Railroad, eutered into an agreement on
Monday, in Augusta, to unite in the completion
of the bridge at present ia course of construction
by the Charlotte Railroad, at the foot of Washiag
ton street, upon the original plan, with or'y a
single track, to be used jointly by the two roads
when finished. The Charlotte Road will contLiue
to use the present bridge of thc South Carolina
Railrond until the new bridge is completed.
EXTRBMHLY FISHY.-The exuberant energy
of Captain Jenks, the street Inspector, has boon
displayed to seme advantage on King-street, by
the endeavor to convert that thoroughfare into a
respectable place for vehicles. Ills ambition was
laudable and the end desirable: but though King
street ls now a shell road aad a pleasant drive,
the change has been accompanied by "an ancient
and a fish-like smell"-an aroma not in Lubln's
extracts, that renders the atmosphnre noxious,
and, walking down oar Broadway, ls a trial to the
olfactories. Fortunately, the evil is not Irreme?
diable. Time can work wonders, and the new
shell road, like good wine, will Improve with age.
A HODEL ESTABLISHMENT.-We invite the at?
tention of the friends of THE NEWS in the city and
throughout the State to the excellent facilities
which our office enjoys for the prompt execution
of all kinds of Book and 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 ali qualities, THE NEWS Job Office ts
now prepared to fill orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing ia the very best
manner, and at rates at least as. low as any other
establishment in the Southern States. Call at
THE NEWS building (rip-stairs) and examine our
scale of prices and specimens of our work.
FIKHMEX'S COCKTKSIKS.-The Sunday Mer?
cury, of Philadelphia, says: "At a stated meeting
of the Weecacoe Steam Fire Engine Company, No.
19, held on Wednesday evening, 1st instant, the
company were the recipients of a handsome and
tasteful engraving, beaut Bully framed, of the Pal?
metto Steam Fire Engine Company, of Charles?
ton, S.C.^ The engraving was presented on be?
hau- of the Palmetto boys throngh their esteemed
president, Hugh Ferguson, Bsq., by E. D. Wood
raff, Jr., a member of the Weecacoe. and was re?
ceived with warm thanks by the latter company.
Resolutions appropriate to thc occasion, and ex?
pressive of their obligation for the kindness ami
brotherly sympathy of the Palmetto, were pass?d
unanimously and entered on the minutes."
"A GROSS INDIGNITY TO SOBTH CAROLINA
SBNATOHS.''-Under .nts heading the Radical pa?
per in Richmond, Va.^ays: "A gross outrage
was perpet rated on the Otb instant at Clover HUI
Station, on the Danville- Railroad, by the authori?
ties of that road, by ejecting from the cars three
colored State senators from South Carolina, and
treating them to Indignities. I nit ed States Sena?
tors Sawyer and Robertson and several members
of Congress from South Carolina, on their way
to Congress, were accompanied by three State
senators or the same State, highly respectable
oolored men, all bright mulattoes. Ttie&e latter
purchased first class tlcfceu at Columbia,
and rode la a first class car through the re?
constructed States of South and North caro?
lina, without molestation ; but when they reached
the Virginia line their troubles began. At Dan?
ville they were ordered ont of the ilrst-cla.>s car,
but refused to leave it. There w^s a good deal of
excitement, and no effort was at onco mad< to
eject them. On reaching Clover Hill Btatlou,
however, two of them happened to get out to
obtain refreshments, and whoa they would have
entered again were refused admittance, and
forced to take their places in a common cur. The
third, Senator Wright, was tlieu ordered out, but
persisted la retaining his seat. At Clover Sta?
tion, however, hy order of President Buford, oar
informant says, he was forcibly ami roaghly
ejected, amid great confusion and excitement,
and much to the Indignation of thc South Caro?
lina senators and members, lt is said there was
a lively time on board tho train." This is posi?
tively too bad. The Old D jmlnion uodls recou
A GREAT BIL?. TO-NIGHT AT THE ACADEMY.
Manager Ford has certainly discovered the secret
of how to draw crowded houses here: "mt whether
lt consists In the winning ways of thc witching
Sisters who have already turned Hie heads of all
young Charleston, or whether lt lies In thc inerra?
ble drollery or lll3hop. wi.3 makes the old a3 well
as young laugh untd the/ cry, is a point which
the discriminating public must decide for itself.
Whatever the attraction, the Academy-par?
quette, galleries and boxes-was again crowded
last night, and enjoyment was written on every
face in the eager throng. Fra Diavolo. like every
burlesque that the company has as yet presented,
was charmingly rendered-thc fair Bianche, In
top-boots, making so bright and taking a brigand
that the whole audience became her ^il'irig cap?
tives. A banjo solo .'rom : he sprite, little l-.'iU waa
applauded to the coho.
And t!:cn there was i'.:<:<\ -firstBeppo and
then as Madam-.: Vanderpants-and as every bc Ij
did nothing bul lau?u while Bishop -T.?S "i sight,
and as it ls Impossible to describe Ids Inagitable
appcarar.ee, we ixrtirar. aid advise our readers
by all means to see us ina.m ot Bishop as possible,
If they would drive ?u'.l curt- away. . I
Thc Chapman Sisters aro to have tuelr jeneUl
this evening, and we uro sure that thc announce?
ment will be enoQgh to crowd the Academy to its
utmost capacity. By far tah best bill of thc sea?
son is to be presented, including Bucicstone's cap- I
ital comedy, "The Pet of the Petticoats," togct ne?
witt the classical burlesque of Lsion, which was
so splendidly produced on Mouday last. The
Sisters, as well aa Mr. Bishop, appear ia both
pieces, and we caa safely promise our readers a
We have already alluded to tho ancestral claims
which the fair toneaclariee onjoy to oar oouside
ration. Fifty years ago their maternal grand?
mother, the famous Mrs. A. Brake, was the tragic
qneen of the American s ?age, and was ari especial
favorite of the Charleston audiences of thar. day.
Their grandfather was the eminent actor, Sam
Chapman, who married a daughter of the tirst
Jefferson. And whoever bus seen the charming
young actresses must admit that their personal
merits in nowise anbeseem their histrionic lineage.
Let them have a house to-night which will give
them m the futuro pleasant recoll?e:.oas or their
reception and substantial appreciation by the cit?
izens of Charleston.
"Aladdin" wlK be presented at the matinee
to-morrow-a glorious sight for the children.
LUNCH at Torck's "Our Houao" to-day Trill
consist of oyster soup, bolled mutton, with caper
sauce, boUed rockash and the trimmings.
Hotel Arrivals-December 9.
F. E. Baker, South Santce; A. Getty, City;
w. Butler, Edgefleldt J. S. Asher, Albany, Ga.; T.
Burwell Oreen. United States Army; W. B. Shaw,
New York; Walter Blake, Savannah: J. E. Harri?
son. Anderson: T. E. Rngzles, Mrs. T. E. Buggies
and child, Boston; Mrs. Marpell and ehild, Massa?
chusetts: W. Burtou Alexander. England; C. D.
Kendall. Beaufort; J. C. Gillett, Georgia; O. M.
Sadler, K. L. Singletary, South Carolina; E. B.
Branson. Jr., Darlington: E. G. Kirhy. New York:
C. Holmes, 9. Holmes, United States Army;H. W.
Bradbury. J. W. Bradbury, Jr., Marion: J. Allen
Duncan. Vf. <). Clark, Barnwell: J. H. Miller, Mrs.
J. H. Miller. August;.; Philip Epstin, Gadsden's;
W. I!. Wesson, Daniel E. Fltchett and son. North
?'AY! LION HOTEL.
E. W. Powers, J. C. Dupre. Florida: J. H. Black
man, C. and D. Railroad: L. W. Kennedy, Oliver
Hewitt, Barnwell: John F. Nully. Oratigeburg: M.
L. Coloy, Barnwell: J. A. Carey, Augusta: Thog.
C. Andrews, Master J. C. Andrews, Orangebnra:
J. W. Laold. Wlansooro; J. S. TidweU, Fairfield:
J. B. Lassalm. Sout'i Carolina: AV. s. McDonald.
Sumter; T. P. Harris, Tinimonsville: P. A. Eman?
uel. K:awah; David Hart and wife, Washington:
E. H. Casque, W. J. M. Lee. Leesville.
F J. Darlington, s. P. Darlington, West Chester;
H. C. Francis and lady, J. B. S. Huggins, PhUa
delphla; A. S. Sylvester, New York; .1. P. South?
ern, Columbia: S. Dudley RIK?, Philadelphia:
Henry Le.vis. Now York; Wrn. Hacker. Philadcl
Wm. J. Eames, C. T. Sloan. New York: Eda Sew
BU, Botheny; C. N. Herbert, City: C. n. William*.
T. S. Atley, St. Louis; J. B. Potter. 15.-ton; C. T.
Aldrich, New York.
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 1 s 70 now ready.
For sale at Fogartie's Book Depository, and at A.
M. Williams ft Brother, publishers. No. 9 Broad
street, up stairs. Single copies Ten Cents. Libe?
ral discount to the trade. decio
For. Tua HOLIDAYS.-Cheap chromos, fine
??Lotographs, handsome picture frames, a large
stock of albums-cheaper than the cheapest. At
C. C. Righter'*, No. 101 King street.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business curds printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
MORRIS.-Died, on the 25th November, at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. Peter A. Porter,
ar Niagara Falls, in the 5T:!i year of her age.
MARIA EVANS MORRIS, widow or the late Geoa-e
W. Morris, of South Carolina, and only daughter
or Colonel Joseph Whaler, of this city.
tt--THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Mrs. Miriam L. Cohen and ramily, and
of Mrs. isabel DeLeon au? family, are invited to
attend th? Pu?era! or Mrs. COHEN, at 10 o'clock
TULS MORNINO, rrotn the residence of her brother,
H.H. DeLeon, comer of Wcntworlh and Smith
?39-TJJE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances of Mr. EDWARD and Mrs. Sarah E.
SMITH and ramily, are invited to attend the
Funeral or the ronner, a; fae Second Presbyterian
Church, Tin? AITELSOON, at hair-past 4 o'clock,
Pp?r NOTICE.-BY VIRTUE OF AN
order made by the Judge of thc First Circuit,
dated the 1st December, 1SG9, notice is hereby
giveu to all Trustees and Guardians whose Bonds
?.ere taken by the rormcr Masters ia Equity ror
this County, to rome in and vouch their accounts
berore mc ou or berore the loth January next,
otherwise they will bc reported lu deranlt.
JAMES W. GRAY, Special P.ercree,
?I rio f3 Oiriee Courthouse.
PST STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
LEXINGTON COUNTY-In Probate Court-Ex
parte JAMES INABINET and JURIAH E. INABI
N ET-Petition for Partition or Real Batate.-lt ap?
pearing to Wie satisraction of the Court that
CAROLINE, ISABELLA, JURIAH and JOHN
G BUERS, four of the defendants in the above en?
titled case, are residents out or and beyond the
limits or tltis State, on motion or Messrs. DETRBT
ILLE ft SlSTUUKK Tor the petitioners: lt is ordered,
that the said ISAHELLA, JURIAH, CAROLINE
and JOHN GBUER?, do appear, plead, answer or
demur to the said petition within forty days lroin
thc publication ot this order; ami in deranlt
thereof a Judgment :JTU con/fessowUl be entered
against them. ADAMEFIRD,
novio fl3 Judtre nf Probate. L. C.
p?r SOUTH CAROLINA. BEAUFORT
COUNTY.-In Equity.-VT. F. DUTSON, Trustee,
vs. P. 0. CRADDOCK, rt al.-Bill for Foreclosure
and Sale.-lt appearing to my satisfaction that
P.O. CRADDOCK arid W. R. MAL LON, parties
defendant tn this case, are absent rrotn and re?
side beyond the Ilmita or this state, it ls ordered,
on motion ol' Messrs. Coioock ft Dutson, com?
plainant's solicitors, that they do appear and
plead: answerer demur to thia said bill, within
forty do) days rr.mi the date or this order, or the
saul !>UI will be taken against them pro confesso.
H. C. JUD!'.
C. C. P. a:i 1 Ex. 02. Register Cour: cf Equity for
December 7. letft). declO.20,30 janP.ii
hereby give notice io the Kindred and Creditors
of JOHN BELL, late ol' CoIIcton County, deceased.
Shat I will apply to tho Judge or Probate for CoI?
Icton County, on the loth day of January, 1870,
Io- a lina! discharge as Administrator of said Es
WM. S. MINUS,
.cia rtulmo* _
2 5- MILHAU'S GOLDEN COD LIVER
Ol!..-With Hypo-phosphite or Lime, a great Im?
provement; made with the best oil known, it
unites efficacy with pleasant ilavor and easy di?
gestibility. Sold by all respectable druggists.
J. MILHAU'S SONS, No. 133 Broadway,
dcc'.O ftulmo New York.
JBaT* CONSIGNEES TER SCHOONER
W. B. MANN will remove their Goods promptly
Tuts DAY, at Brown's wharf, or pay the expense
of Storage, ftc. All claims mus; be made on
Wharf. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
fSf CONSIGNERS' NOTICE.-MER?
CHANTS' LUCE.-Schooner B. N. HAWKINS wm
discharge Cargo Ta.s DAY, a; Adger'a Wharf.
Consignees will remove Goods before sunset or
pay the penalties. No claims allowed after goods
are removed. WM. ROACH i CO.
fST CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON are noti?ed tia: site is discharging
cargo at Adger'a South Wharf. Goods remaining
on '.he wharf at sunset wll be ut owners' risk.
JAMES AUGER ft CO..
dec?a i Arrant*.
?ONSIG S EES PER S T E A ME R
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that sim w THLN DAY discharging cargo a'. Pier
No. I. Union Wharves. Ail goods not. taken
away at sunset will remain on wharf at cou
sign?es' risk. MORDECAI ft CO,
deolO 2 Agents.
^'SHIPPERS PER STEAMERS DIC?
TATOR, CITY POINT and PILOT BOY arc hereby
notified itiat no freight will bc received after sun?
set on the days of 'heir sailing.
dec? i. I). AIKEN ? O*'-., Agent?.
" NOTA : E. -J. N. M. WOH LTMAN ?
Tor thc present occupies tiie store or Messrs.
FARRAR BRO., corner East Lay and Cumberland
streets, and will bc pica oed to see lils rrieuds.
7it-PE0PLE'S BANK OF SOUTH
C A R O L1 NA.- CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 30,
1809.-This Bank having resumed business, is now
prepared to redeem Its outstanding bills.
By order. JAS. S. GIBBES.
LIST OF LETTEnS remaining in the Postofflee
nt Charleston, for the week ending December 9,
1S09. and printed officially in TUB DAILY NBWS,
aa the newspaper having the largest eircnlatiou
In the City of Charleston.
S3- Persons calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they are "Advertised."
jcs- Orllce hours from 8 A. M. to cyt P. M. On
Sundays, from &X to C}< r. M.
STANLEY C. TROTT. Postmaster.
Alston. Miss H (Duncan, Miss AiMullian. Mrs
Alston. Mrs Ce-] J Nellie
lia Elie. Miss Ann [O-Donehoe, Mrs
Alston, Mrs M J Evans, Mrs Sll-I Susm
Angel, Miss Hes-I via ?OCready. Miss
ter Feriek, Mrs Rc- Catherine
Aorry. Mr3 Mar-! becca O'Neil, Mrs Ceo
garet Firzsiinons, Mrs O'Lston, Mrs
Arnett, Chris- O P Hattie
tina (French. Mrs M Owens, Mrs L K
Usu, Hatty Oorhen. Mrs M Pelkis, Miss
Browne, Mrs A iGreen, Miss S Di Louisa
H IGereke, Mrs Cat- Perrv, Mrs Sa
Browue, Mrs- rina I rad
Laura ?Garrett. MlssiPerroneau, Miss
Bailey, M i s sj Carry L W
Emma iGaunon. Miss M'Peauchereau,
P.areino, Mrs J j A I Mrs J
Bahntge, MlssfGebSon, M r s Phillips, Mr3 Re
Sophia Sarah becca
Renjt-r, Miss M Guiem,MrsPcg-.Pickens. Mrs
A Ry Jane
Beaufort, Miss Gray, Miss Mat- Powers, Mrs M
Maggie I He ; Ramsey. Mrs
Blocker. Hrs CGrimbaUj Miss Lizzie
W ? OM Rivers. Mrs
Blaeklage, Mrs Grimball. Mrs Kliza
CJ i Thomas i Rivers. Mrs M J
I.laiik-. Miss H Hays. Mrs Della"Robinson, Mrs
M I Hall, Mrs Aun Marr
Boland, Mrs S A? Heat h, Mrs A Bj Rope, Mrs F
Bonner. Miss Ljllensun, Mrs G Rollinson, Julia
C I O Robinson, Miss
Br ?an, Mrs H C! Heath, - Lana
Brooks, Mrs A C Hill, Miss Nelly- Simmons, Miss
Bravbov, Mrs am Marv
ll * Honest in, Mrs Smith, Mrs Fora
Burton, Miss SW Smith, Miss
Lilly Holmes, Mrs Kate
Burkiev. Miss William ?Sanders, Miss S
Amelia Holmes, Mrs M O'
Bnover, M r s' E Scott, Mrs Si
E?za Johnson. Mrs E rah
Bulwiukle. Mrs Jenklns,Mrs K E'Seymour, Sue
F Jones. Mrs E 0 TjShephard, Catii
Bourke, Miss Jervey, Mrs Josi rme
Kate C Sheller, Mrs Su
Cart, Miss Lau- King. M i s sj san
ra Mary Stewart, Mrs
easton. Mrs B J King, Mrs Mar- Lizzie
Cunimet, Miss Ll tim Swinton. Mrs
M ?Kirby, Miss! Mary
Cameron. Mrs Mary ?Taylor, M19S L
M Leepe, Mrs M J c
Cant, Miss Lau- Lere, Mrs Caro-Terry, Mrs Polly
ra Hue Templeton, Mrs
Capers, Mrs B | Lehre, Mrs SC Ann
Carsten, M r s Loise, Mrs Chas Tobias, Mrs Joe
William Loyal, Mrs L C Turner, Miss
Caben. Belle Long, Mrs S C Hattie
fastens, Mrs C Lucas.M?s? Kate|Whitty. Mrs N
H Miles, Mrs E Li Ward, Mrs An
Campbell, MrsjMarke, Miss A I net.
JJ ?Mare, Jennie j Wa v. Miss ML
Cliapin. Mrs S FiMaxwell, Mis* Wagner, Mrs
Chandler, Miss Annie Lottie
CM Mack, Mrs M ?Williams, Mrs A
Coulen. Mrs E Mehrtcns, Misa Williams, Mrs
Cosgrove, Miss C Lotus.
K Milos, Mrs M Williams, Misa
Cochran, Miss S Miles, Mary Lizzie
Crawford, Mrs Middleton. Mrs William/. Miss
A A Maggie
craig. Mrs C T Middleton, Mrs Wrlzru, Mrs O
Cartis, Miss Jas E A
Days, Mrs Hes-Murphy, Mri Walker, Mrs
ter Mulligan,- Laura
?irak?, M r BlMniUngS, Miss Webers, Miss A
Marv A Weston, Mrs P
Daly, Mrs Mulcahy. Cath-'Whealdmg, Mrs
Derigors, Mrs Ml rine S
Dixon, DlanuabJ Murphy, Mrs J ?wing, Miss Mag
Dowling, Mrs MjMcEvpary, Miss gly
A I HM.
Ackerman, < lillis, E E Reed, Geo M
Jumes ?Hobson, Jas N llueves. Rev I) M
Adams B C iioffman, A J Reynolds, p,
Ahl, Daniel [Holmes, J B Reynolds, Juo E
Albert, A J ?Hook, Jwliu Itichard, J 0
Alexander, . Howard, ste- Richardson,
James pheu A | Lick
Alsdike, Mr Howland, John;Richmond. Geo
Alston. JG S A
Anderson. Ed- Huguiuia, Capt:Rigby, Wm B
ward TA Robinson, 1st
Arnold, William Hunt, John G \ dore
Arndt, Louis Hunter, John W?Rogers, Col .ino
liagot. R A Hutson, Daniel A
Bee. Richaid Irwin. James .Savage. Sara! S
Blrues, D Jackson, Stone-Sanders, Law
Bludworth, A Cl wall ! renee W
Boyd, D A iJerrerson, C F Sanders, R .1
Brown, George werrey, LS Scriven, John
Bunlges, Wm Johnston, F L Sclmackeuberg,
B?ggeln, John Johnsou, C T Diedrich
Bull. E L Johnson, C Seeberger, Au
Buck, John W Jones, Assy gust
Costello, R R uoues, A J Seaworlous, AI
Cuutpbtll, Jesse Ikelly. Wai i ired
Chlsoiiu. Robert Klinmey, Jas B Shaw, Jonathan
(colored) Kiddie, BcnJ B t?lirelgh. Henry
Cleapor, Phillip King, Tom fsinkler. Wm
W iKiug. A C siuiniumt, i'rice
Clear, M 'Klarreu, J M A
Collins, (leo A Kitirrou, P W Simmons, Plisia
Comstock. Har- Knight. Charles A
ry Kueuler, Ser- Skinner. Joan R
Connery, Mau- gcaut M
rice Huck. Fraua ?lawson, Clar
Cook, Henry A LaCostc, Sam euee L
Coggin, Wm Lusage, Wm (Smith, Simson
Cou*. Charles P Largcwood. W BlSmlth, Franklin
Donel, Waac- Lee, Edwardo [Small,Jack
imrton Lcwltu, TH Span, .lackey
Davulaon, n M Leave, Kev Ja- stein. Alex I)
Davis, W R cob (Stewart, Joseph
Davis, TA Lippincott, Chasjsirauaa, Henry
Davis, Wtu ?i.o?g, A K [stringfellow, w
Davenport, E Li Lockwood, W Hi R
Dawson, Cl' I Lounge, Cl vousjsi afford, Eat
Dawson, Dr. Ed-jM U T ? melt
ward [Madeura, Robt [sterling, BJ
Deliay, Wm [Morant. Tims sterling, A
Dock, John Martin, EdwardtSulllvan, John
Douglas, Henry!Mathews, s M sullivan, lion
Drei er. biedrlchlMay, James ll Tilos A
Dugan, Patrick; Mayo, Maj R G Tavcl, E
Durcc. /MauneC Meier, ..'omi F iT^iomat, Henry
Dumphey, Mi- 'Miles, Tommy Tl A
chad " Mlkell, liam:;- ?Thompson,
Dunn, R I ton Morse
Diwkins, Gen Miller, Wm mudall, RW
Edwards, lien-Mienal, BW Tinsley, Tho.?
ry B Melusin, AS |Tlerney,Michael
Ellie, isidor Mlshaw, LoulsiTorner, Charles
EUiou, TO <> ?Trade
.Evans, .ixsper Mitchell, JamealTrapler, E s
Fagan. Denis Moloney, Martin Tully, G it
Panier, A Poster Munroe. John Wagner. Levi
Fees. Geo ?Moore, Willie R [Walker, John
Fischer, Mr (S?|Mooro, berkley Walsh. Pe*cr
Eas) BayJ W Waring ?. tilia
Plnnegau, Bob-lMorrls, Rlcliard ona
err ii IMonitt, Henry Ward, Daniel
Ford. Rev Jas T McDowell, l. T \V ird, Tonv
Fripp. Wm McFenoa, An-Waring, WH
Brazer, Albert I drew Warren, John B
Frazer, SM McFailin, Simon B
Gaillard, samWMcEntyre, ll C | Warren, WW
E McMUlan. Taos Washington,
Gaillard. J A ? J ' Basin
Goldscbmidt, MeLeigh, Win (?Washington,
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Goban;'.', ita- tXipson, Francis! buUder)
mou S F li IWebb, S
Graves,CaptGeo'Nlncles, Prank 'Weimer, J D I)
E (Nolan, John ?Wentworth,
Gray, R P .North, C C i Chas B
(?ros, Isidore l?'Briau, Mr [Wetherhorn.
Glumly. L .O'Donnell, Thos Slgmond
Grumme. WA O'Leary. DanleljWbite. Wm (col)
G?ttin, Hon L P Parham, Franki White, James E
Gutierres, Yic-JPatteraoa, Jolin(Wiermann, K
cmte I E Wiikev, James
Hagood, w R [Patterson, Jas Williams, L J
Ilaini. Johauu , W Williams, Peter
Banes, Prank [PincSncy, E Willis, Samuel M
Hanlon. John [Potter, J Jack- Winter, Samuel
Hansen, Peler son i A
Hawkin-?, i : M Purcell. James Wood. Henry
Buzzard, Maj E Randell. J Ycacts, Henry
w Ransom, Nclnoii Yeadon, H W
Heath, A B [RosWad A Co. Yeadon, Henry
llcckt, Charles Rayfiw, ?ames Ziegler, fleury
Hey wald, Ja* E' L |.
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will please place the stamp near the upper ruin
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please to reinem mr that Without liic stamp :. let?
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OLHBS & MACBETU.
No. 30 BROAD STREET,
Chariostoa, s. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
win attend io Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase arid sale of Stacks, Bonds. Gold,
Silver and Real Estate).
To tho Purchase ol' Good*/ and Supplies Ix par?
ties In the oountry upon reasonable terms.
CEOUUii L. HOLMES.AI^J-ANOtiU ?IACB?TH.
?\ H A R L B S HICKEY",
G 7 L D B R ,
PORTRAIT ANi> IICTURB FRAME UANCPAC
No. 345 KING STRHBT,
Charleston, S. C.
OM Framas Regilt equal to nev/. I/joking
glasses ol' ali sizes fitted to Frames.
Jost received, an assortment of Une Chromos
and Engravings. decs w fia Jiu on ,
R o o K L T K
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Issues alt kinds or Lile and Endowment Pull
cics. Dividends annually In cash. Only Com?
pany having the Definite Guaranteed Surrender
Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to no
Company In the United States lor stability, Ube
rallty and economy.
Office No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
WILLIAM M. COLE, Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, second rioor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted through?
out the State.
Apply In person or by letter to
JAMBS G. HOLMES, JR.,
General Agent ror South Carolina.
N S U R E
SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY
OF NEW YORK CITY.
President, ROBERT L. CASE; vice-President, THBO."
R. WHETIIOKK; Secretary. ISAAC U. ALLEN.
General Agent for South Carolina. W. HCTSON
ORGANIZED IN 1802.
Assets, December 31, 1868.$1,854,570 00
Amount insured in 1868.11,561,389 00
Claims paid. 143.53J0O
No restrictions ou IravcL Only sound lives In?
Loan or portion or premium allowed when de?
Dividends declared annually. Last Dividend 50
All forms or Life and Endowment Policy issned.
Attention is especially invited to the fen Year
Nou-Forrelture and thc Return Premium plans.
Insurance by the latter costs Ute policy-holder
ONLY TIIK INTEREST OTON IIIS ANNUAL PREMIUMS,
ror the Premiums themselves are returned at
death In addition to the tull amouut or the Policy.
This Company is chartered under the Laws or
the State or New York, and lt Invites the closest
scrutiny Into its condition as exhibited In oillcial
reports of Insurance Departments of New York
SPECIAL AGENTS IN THE STATE AT LAR/JE.-A. J
NORRIS, J. B. WILKIE. J. M. DUTSON, C. A
DSSAUSSURB, C. G. STEPHENS, J. J. MACKEY,
R. P. GANTT, S. H. SYDN'OR, ?. K. MOUZON, G.
D. RHODUS, L. O. STEPHENS.
REPKKBNCES.-H. Z. LA UREY. Esq., R. M.
ALEXANDER, Esq., RICHARD CALDWELL. Esq..
IL H. NATHAN, Esq., Messrs. STOLL, WEBB ?L
CO., Messrs. H. COIJIA A CO.
Dr. W. M. FITCH, Medical Examiner.
. LOUIS SHERFESEE,
Agent for Charleston. S. C..
OFFICE No. 40 ?ROAD STREET. (Second Floor.)
fjoviicalture, Agriculture, ?"c
BY PERMISSION OF TILE COURT OF
Por sale at Retail and nt Low PHIUES,
THE LATE CONRAD RING'S STOCK IN
All or which is of very recent importation?;, se?
lected personally by Mr. Hint?, principally from
the MeHsrs. Landreth's of Philadelphia, for this
market. The stock consists ol' the best and most
CABBAGE SEEDS, cf all kinds,
Guinea and Heston Squash Seeds,
Turnip and Ruta Baga Seeds.
Peas. Parsnip and Carrot Seeds,
Karly and Sweet Corn Seeds,
And all other kinds, common to Southern cli?
PLOUGHS, Hoes, Spades and every varioty or
Garden and Farm Implements, ou the mest Im?
BASKET and GLASS-WARE.
WHEELBARROWS and HARROWS.
At tho Store, No. 353 west side or King, below
George street, and known tor the last rorty years as
LANDRETH'S AND RING'S SEED AND AGRI?
CEO. RING CHOLWELL,
ilec4 1 mwfl2 Administrator.
Shirts ano fnrnisrjing t?oo?s.
LATEST STYLES !
COMFORTABLE FIT I
LOWEST PRICES !
S ' SCOTT'S S
SSSSSSS s s s s s s s
S STAR SHIRTS S
S AND COLL A R S S
S READY MADE H
S AND MADE S
S T O 0 R D E R . S
S - S
S MEN'S S
S F U R N I S II I N G S
S GOODS. S
AT THE GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM!
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
MEETING STRM BT,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
N E PR I CE!
35 H ?G
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5 J* a
0 NE PRICE
?a?olea ana fiarness.
Q ADDLE EY WAR Ell OUSE.
WILLIAM H A R R A L ? CO.,
Nr. 1? HATNK STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer? in
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIALS, Ac.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AMD COMMISSION
SALE* OP REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ilOXDS.
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL. PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
RlPSBSarcCS.-Bon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MA?
CK ATI!, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING, Esq. 0ct4
?* UFF, NIGGER, WHAT'S DE MATTER ?
Ton lett dcm dere fritters.
Sal, gal, stop dat clatter,
I'se mies de SOLOMON BITTERS ?
For sale at RAOUL A LYN AH.
Q-H, 0-H, LORD, 0-H
NO ONE GRUNTS THUS
For sale at RAOUL A LYNAH.
OONE NEED SHAKE
FROM FEAR OF AGUS WHO DRINKS
SOLOMO N'S BITTERS.
For salo at
<l9k RAOUL St LYNAH.
-fu?en ?ooos, Ut.
^TILLLAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
Have for the Holidays a rich assortment of
VASES, TOILET SETS, CUPS AND SAUCERS,
And Fancy Goods.
No. 255 KING STREET, CORNER BEAUPAIN.
IL V E R TABLE RINGS,
FRUIT KNIVES SUGAR SPOONS,
And a variety or Fancy Silver for the Holidays,
FOB SALE BY
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN A CO..
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufaln.
pARIAN, WEDGEWOOD, HAVRE
FRENCH CHINA AND GRANITE-WARE,
AND IN EVERY TABIBTY, FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.,
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufain.
?OMPL??TE SETS OF FINE CUT GLASS
DECANTERS, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
Cordials, Finger Bowls, Tumblers and Goblets,
POB SALK BY
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN k CO.,
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufaln.
-Y^riLLLAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
HAVE POR SALE
LEATHER RETICULES, TRAVELLING BAGS,
Purses, Pocketbooks and Portemonnaies, suitable
for Christmas Presents, at
No. 255 RING STREET, CORNER BEAUFAIN.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES,
CHATELAINS, VEST CHAINS,
Brooches, Earrings, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac,
FOB SALE DY
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN k CO.,
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufaln.
(?1 ILVER AND PLATED TEA SETS,
BUTTER DISHES, CORDIAL STANDS,
Castors, Caps, Strawberry Dishes, Ac, Ac,
ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.'S,
No. 255 King Street, corner Beaufain.
V I S I TOR
Once said il we only knew where the resident
citizens made their purchases there we should get
well served. To such we offer
Thc ladies who desire the latest styles of fash?
ionable Head Dressing, curls Chignons or
Braids, Go to M. A A ASHTON.
The gentlemen who desire to be presentable in
Adonis attire, for Wigs,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Ali who desire the best German Colognes,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Diadem or Coronal Combs, all
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Those who require thc best Extracts,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Every ose who desires good Hair Brushes or
Combs, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Of necessity all who require a good Tooth
Brush, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For genuine Talc de Venis, all must
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Hair Dyes and Regenerators, nearly all
Go to M. St A. ASHTON.
In fact, nil who require genuine goods from the
following houses :
Society Uyglenlquc, 1 . Bailey's, 1 .
Labln's, .? Atkinson's, 5
Cowdray's, . I ? Gosnell's, -z
Piver, * \x Lowe A Sons, > ?
Guerlain. O Yardley, -5
Henry A Dennison, J Rowlands A Sons, >
fGowlaud, J ?
As also, Venis Goods in their lino from every
reputable manufacturer in uie States,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON,
No. 240 King street,
Five doors rrom Market street,
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article LS mannractnred at Um Company's
Works under thc direction and superintendence
or Or. RA VEN EL. It contains the samo elements
or rertdity as Soluble Paclilc Ouano, except that
it is not furnished with ammonia. It is prepared
expressly for composting with cotton seed, whioh
raralsbcs tho element or ammonia-the object be?
ing to render that side-product or the plantation
available to thc highest degree aa an element or
$45 cash, or $50 on 1st November, 1870, for ap?
proved city acceptance or other good security.
For further, and particular Information, apply
to the undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent ror South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REES^A 00.,
General Agents Ual?more.
?A LOTH I N G , TAI LO RI N G
? J a .v r S H I N G GOODS.
MBNKE A MULLKR,
No. iii EC I tr ff ii ri: HST,
Thr?;e Doors below Liberty street.
Haverts*, received and opened a law and line
??i?tortinont of Men's Youths' aad Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Stilts,
Whlto and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac,
English and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvb>lcr's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin,
'taJftikln: Glotl:, Cassi mere, Tweed; Silk and
Thre-??j Cloves, Limn aud Paper Collars, Cravats,
Nock Ties, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,
Alao, a lanre and well assorted stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSI MK lil'., DOESKIN, BBAVKR
Cl.GTli, Ac, a U.rge variety or thc new style PanH
and Vest Patterns, which wc otfer to Bell by piece,
yard or pattern, or malto np lato garments by
nv asure, In the latest styles.
our stock has been selected with great oare,
and prices marked very low, In plain ligures.
Eelng oonfldent that we oan oter inducements
iinequaBed by any other house, we solicit buyers
in our line to -rive us a call before purchasing
All orders will receivo our prompt and very
Entire satisfaction ls guaranteed,
Unction Sales--(Elus Slag.
By MILES DRAKE,
OOT8, SHOES AND HATS.
TU LS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at ay
Store, oorner of King and Liberty streets,
90 cases BOOTS and SHOES, fresh stock,
Cases Ladies' Fine Lasting CONGRESS
Cases Ladies' Goat and Kid Polish Boots
Cases Women's Gdat and Brui Bootees
Cases Men's Calf, Kip i>:.d Wax Brogans
Cases Men's Calf an j Kip Balmorals
Cases Men's Cali, Creole and G. T. Congress
Cases Mer.'3 Kip and Grain Boots
Cases Men's Kip Ploughman's Shoes
Cases Boys* Cair Congress and Balmorals
Cartoons Misses' and Children's Saoes, various
25 cases, 150 dozen, Men's and 3oys' Wool and
Felt Hats._ dec.10
By WM. McKAY,
No. 136 Meeting Street.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SOAP,
STARCH, CUTLERY, READY-MADE
CLOTHING, NOTION'S, ic.
At 10 o'clock THIS DAY (Friday.)
Household F?RNITERE, Chairs and Sundries,
saved from the late tire on East Bay. declO
Unction Soles--iutnre Etona.
By Z. B. OAKES.
EX PARTE WM. SHEPHERD, IN?RE
JOSEPH PURCELL, BANKRUPT.
Pursuant to the order of his nonor Judge Bryan,
dated 24tU November, 1869, will be sold at pub?
lic auction, at twb old Postornce, at ll o'clock,
on FRIDAY, nth instant,
All that TRACT OF LAND, sltnate, lying and
being on the north side of the public road leading
from Charleston to the Ashley River Ferry, in the
Parish of St. Andrew, in the State aforesaid, con?
taining 75>i acres; and also, a small TRACT OP
LAND on the northern boundary of the above
tract, and incorporated with it as one tract;
bounding north and east on Lands now or late of
-nowaid, south on Dorchester Road, west on
Lands now or late of- Beckman, and north?
west on Land now or late of Rev. P. O'Ne?T.
The above Farm Hes on thc Dorchester Road, a
short distance above the Fork, about seven miles
from the city. Aplat of the property, made by
J. A. Michel, surveyor, may be seen at my omeo.
Conditions-One-third cash: balance tn one and
two years, with Interest at 7 per cent., secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage. of the pro
property, to contain power of sale in case of non?
payment. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. dec2 tlismwfmwtlifO
SALE BY TRUSTEES, UNDER AU?
THORITY OF THE COURT OF EQUITY.
AT PRIVATE SAL??
AN ELEGANT MANSION AND SPLENDID
Will be sold at Private Sale that elegant HOUSE
at the corner ot Blake and Drake streets, with ail
the surrounding garden and spacious grounds.
This is one of the most complete and beautiful
establishments in Charleston, commanding a fine
view of the harbor, and embracing a large extent
of grounds, thickly set with tree3 of every de?
scription, forest, fruit and flowers, all selected
and disposed with thc utmost care and taste.
Thc House ls large and commodious, containing
fourteen rooms, admirably arranged, with double
piazzas on thc south, with a One large Kitchen
and all other necessary outbuildings.
In addition to this, there is another Dwelling
House on the premises, situate on thc northeast
corner, suitable for a small family.
The Lot measures four hundred (?WO) feet front
on Drake street by about two huudredand eighty
(jso) feet in depth" on Blake street.
To any person wishing to establish himself in
a handsome residence, with a fine garden and
spacious walks ami grounds, the above property
present? a rare opportunity.
A body of MARSH LAND, oa the east of Bay
street, separated from the above property by Bay
street, embracing six hundred (6tvj) feet from
north to south by three hundred (300) feet from
east to west, on the west side of the Northeastern
Railroad. Also, another body of Marsh Land,
lying cast of said road, containing - feet.
For further particulars and terms apply to
WARDLAW it CAREW.
Purchasers to pay W. & C. for papers. ?
On TUESDAY, the 21st proximo, at the Courthouse,
In Georgetown. S. C., at 12 o'clock M., will be
sold at Public Auction,
All that valuable PLANTATION known as Lark
Hill, late thc property of Mrs. Eliza F. Heriot,
situated on Black River, in Georgetown County,
containing 91K acres of Swamp Land, most of
which is now under cultivation, and 753 acres of
High Land, be thc same more or less.
Terms or Sale-One-third cash; balance In one,
two and three years, secured by bonds and mort?
gage of the property. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. Possession given on first Janu?
ary, 1370. EDWARD N. THURSTON,
Qualified Executor of Eliza M. Heriot.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Common
Pleas, for thc Fourth Circuit of the State of
South Carolina, silting In Equity in the case of
Morris K. Jesu p. ct al. vs. the Wilmington and
Manchester ltuilruad Company, ct ul, will be
sold at Public Auction, at the door of the Court?
house in Wilmington, In the stateof North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, th?
5thdav of January, 1S70,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which lies within the
State of South Carolina, with all the' ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots, Workshops, Materi?
als, and cvcrytldng pertainm; thereunto, to?
gether with all the rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as set forth and moro particu?
larly described in the several mortgages men?
tioned m "the proceedings.
Thc terms or the sale are cash; the bonds of the
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
in tin- report ol' the special referee, and flied in
the case, to be accepted from thc purchaser pro
rata as part payment in thc order of priority es?
tablished by the report; provided that the same
rateable proportion of cx<ii be paid in for the
other bonds ot' the same grade of priority not In
thc hands of the purchaser: and provided, also,
that sutUctenr cash be paid tn to cover costa,
charges and expenses of sale; the purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, loth November, WM.
0 M M I S S I 0 N E R ' S SALE.
By virtue of a decree Of the Court of Equity of
the County of New Hanover, of the State of
North Carolin?, in the case of Morris K. Jesup,
et al, vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company, et ai, Michael Cronley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed by the Court, will sell at
Public Anctioi;, at thc door ol'the Courthouse,
in Wilmington, in thc State of North Carolina,
nt ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the 5th
day of January. 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND MAN
CHESTER RAILROAD which Iles within thc State
of North Carolina, with all the rolling stock, equip?
ments, depots, workshops, materials and every?
thing thereunto pertaining, together with all the
rights, privileges, fratichLses and appurtenances,
as set forth ami more particularly described in
tho several mortgages mentioned in thc pro?
Terms of sale are : ash.
The bonds ol thc sold Company, scoured by rho
three Drat mortgages, to wit: The mortgage to
Edward Sandford, dated May l. 1*51; the second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March l,
li?j, and fue mortgago to George W. Dargan,
iia::d the IStii of April, 1855. shall be accepted in
full :i* part payment, according to the priority of
said mortgages; and tho bonds o:' thc said com?
pany, secured by the mortgage, to '.lie --aid Morris
K. Jesup, shall bcaccopted pro rata as part pay.
mont in the order of prloriti ostabuaheoin said
mortgage. M.URONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington, N.e. novio toflSwl
electioneers1 |3rmn:e Sales, Ste.2
Bj J. FRASER KATH2WES.
JJICE AND PROVISION PLANTATION.
At Private S<-.le
That valuable RICE AND PROVISION PLAN?
TATION. ?Gird Romney, situated at Sonth Ferry,
ou tho Santee River, containing 1833 acres-too
chared and ander bank, 300 ?ugh Land, 87 clear?
ed, eulance well timbered with cypress, oak, A?.
The Plantation is now under cultivation, is well
settled wit-li Dwelling, barns and negro houses,
and known as one cr the best places on Cae riven
Poe tonus, apply to
J. FRASER MATHE WB8,
Rp?l EstaUi Agent, No. 56 Broad street.
JENKINS i CUNNINGHAM,
No. 2 WARREN BLOCK, (upstairs,)
A CO CST A, GA.
JOHN JEKK.'.NS. HOBT. E. CUKNINQELAH
Sole agents for the sale of thc celebrated Dickson
A Peeler Cotton Seed for the Statos of South Caro?
lina and Georgia.
References-J. T. Gardiner and J. J. Cohen A
Sous, Augusto, Ga., ami Cleghorn, Herring A Co.,
Charleston, S. 0. and Augusta, Qa.