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Meetings Thia Day.
iTasb'ngton Light Infantry Charitable Asso
lion, at 7 P. M.
Friendship Lodge, at half-past 7 M. P.
New England Society, at IS M.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Young Men's Charitable Association, at - P. M.
Auction Salea This Day.
J. & W. Knox will sell at 10 o'clock A. M., at
their store, fireworks, carpets, Ac: and in the
evening, at 7 P. M., holiday gifts.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, Ac.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at ll o'clock,
at their office, horses, mules, Ac.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at io o'clock,
at their store, dry goods, cloth cloaks, Ac.
G. W. Steffens will sell at io o'clock, at the cor?
ner of Church street and Lightwood alley, con?
tents ora grocery store.
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
clothing, hats, Ac.
N. A. Hunt will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
boots, shoes, Ac.
A. C. McCiUlvray will sell at io o'clock, at his
office, cigars, tobacco, Ac
REAL ESTATE SALE.-Mr. A. C. McGillivray
sold yesterday a plantation In St. John's Colleton,
containing 354)* acres of high, pine and marsh
lands for $5 io.
ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY.-The regular meet?
ing of this Society will be held at Tully's at 8 P.
M. to-morrow. Members will find lt to their per?
sonal advantage to attend.
THU CHADWICK TESTIMONIAL, now on exhibi?
tion at Messrs. Wm. Carrington A Co.'s, has at?
tracted universal attention, and ls considered by
every onr to be an exquisite and tasteful speci?
men of workmanship.
A2?KW MUSIC HALL.-Workmen are now
engaged in making the necessary repairs and im?
provements on the Music Hall m front of the
Academy or Music. It is already partially finish?
ed, and will be occupied by one of the German
THE BOARD OF CONTRACT of the Confederate
Widows' Home, gratefully acknowledge the re?
ceipt of a donation of sixty dollars from an Eng
Ush gentleman, through Mr. Robert Mare; a con?
tribution of grist and potatoes Man the country,
through the Rev. Mr. Prentiss; and a package of
tea from a friend as a Christinas offering.
Tax BILI, OP MOBTALITT.- The mortuary
report for the week ending -December 18 shows a
total of 17 deaths, 5 white aad 12 colored. Of the
former 3 were female adults, 1 male and 1 female
infant. The colored were 6 male and S female
adults, and 1 female infant. Three of the deaths
were from old age, and 9 of the 17 were over 40
years of age.
RECOVERY OF"* A WATCH.-The gold watch
and chain recovered by Lieutenant Philippi from
some colored thieves who were endeavoring to
pawn lt at a King street store, has been claimed
by a gentleman rrom Savannah. He telegraphed
the number and description of his lost watch,
which tallied exactly with that la the hands or
the detectives, and he is now rejoicing tn the pos?
session or his timekeeper.
SALB OF SECURITIES.-Mr. S. C. Black sold
yesterday $11,000 City of Charleston six per cent,
bonds, atoo cents; $0000 for 54 cents; $4000 for
53ii cents per share.
86 whole shares South Carolina Railroad and
Bank stock for 58* to 58>? cents per share.
50 whole shares of Bank of Charleston stock
for $24 S5 per share.
The State stock and bonds which were adver?
tised were not sold.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-The following
persons have received recent appointments from
-Governor Scott: R. Sylvester Bryan, notary pub?
lic for Matthew's B'nff; Wm. S. Plckens, notary
public for Anderson County; Joseph M. King, ma?
gistrate for Horry County; J. Jenkins Hucks,
Esq., magistrate for Georgetown County, tn place
of Thomas Mc Feely, Esq., deceased; O.W. H. Legg,
magistrate for Spartanbnrg County; P. A. Morton,
magistrate for Beaufort County, removed.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the annual com?
munication of Lebanon Lodge, No. 48, A. P. M.,
held Thursday evening, December is, 1869, at
Leesville, Williamsburg County, the following
officers were elected and appointed to serve for
the ensuing Masonic year: Brothers T. R. Bass,
W, M.; Z. R. Fnimore, S. W.; J. R. Ti m mons, J.
W.; John Frierson, treasurer; R. Y. H. Lee, secre?
tary ; W. J. M. Lee, S. D. ; W. 0. McAlister, J. D. ; S.
C. Mccutchell, A. Y. Rodgers, stewards; James
ABRITAL OF TUE SKATING RINK.-The col
lossafoud ingenious skating rink, presented by '
thc citizens of Baltimore to the Confederate
Widows' Home of this city, reached here yester?
day. It will be pnt np to-day, and will be ex?
hibited to-morrow, at the rooms of the Home in
Broad street. Wc understand that the Home has 1
received a large number of presents from Swlt- 1
zerland, England, Canada, Philadelphia and Bal?
timore, which will be offered for sale at the Home, 1
to-morrow. We shall give further particulars m
to-morrow's lssne. 1
HOP? FIBS COMPANT.-At a meeting of the I
Ho?? Fire Engine Company, held on the'20th 1
instant, the following officers were elected to '
serve for the ensuing term: W.H. Smith, prest- i
dent; B. P. Seymour, vice-president; John E. <
Burns, secretary; Isaac Llebman, treasurer; I
George Bourke, first director; John Kenny, se- 1
cond director; John Cammer, third director; J. !
H. Balke, fourth Director; J. E. McCollum, engl- 1
neer; John Riley, fireman; John Kelly, E. C. >
Ryan, C. Eccleston and Hugh Duffy, axmen:
Colonel R.W. Seymour, solicitor; Dr. Bellinger, 1
surgeon. _ _ 1
THE LITERPOOL STEAM LINE.-Messrs. R.
Mure A Co., agents of the Liverpool Steam Line 1
at this port, are determined that shippers shall re?
ceive every facility, and their vessels are coning
with regularity and load with dispatch. The
British steamship Adalla, a superior vessel, ar?
rived here yesterday from Liverpool, consigned
to them, with a general cargo. She left Novem?
ber 30, and experienced heavy gales west of Ber?
muda. The Adalla ls commanded by Captain
Sanderson, a skilful officer, and she will be ready
to receive freight as soon as her Inward cargo ls
CKCMBS.-A young son of Dr. W. L. Temple?
ton, of Columbia, was wounded In the leg by thc
accidental discharge of a pistol, on Sunday last.
The wound is painful, but ls not considered dan?
An army of 32,000 Northern drummers are now
raiding on the Southern States.
The Christmas Offering by thc Rev. W. W. Hicks
has been printed In fJermau for the Lutherans of
The freights to all points in the interior are now
quite heavy, and the Express office ls dally orowd
ed with goods awaiting shipment.
ANOTHER APPEAL FOR THE MAILS.-An au?
thorised mall agent ls now running regularly
between Columbia and Brauet ville, co ti ace tin g
with the train from Charleston at the latter point.
Tho pc?tofflces on the Columbia branch of the
South Carolina Railroad are few and far between,
while thc?3 on the Augusta branch are both more
numerous and connect with a more populous
baot country. If the Congressmen from this
State have the Interests of their constituents at
heart, they will take such measures during the
present session aa will give equal postal advan?
tages to the persons residing ea the latter route.
Under the present schedule, the points between
Branohvllle and Augusta do not receive the
Charleston malls until four hours after they are
due^Some arrangement could certainly be made
that would obviate this delay, and the present is
the time to puah the matter home. By all means
let us hare a mail agent ou the Augusta branch, ;
WHERE TO -WAKE PURCHASES OF
CHRISTMAS CHEER ASH ALL
KINDS OF PRESENTS.
The scone along our business thoroughfares
for the past few days gives evidence that in all
the various business channels the near approach
of thc holidays has given a decided activity. We
continue our notices of business tlrrus whose an?
nouncements in TUB NEWS are specially worthy
the attention of buyers:
A Christmas dinner, by the way, is not worth
much without a plum pudding, the materials Tor
which can be obtained, with many other things,
at Klinck, Wickenberg A Co.'s. These gentlemen
fully sustain the reputation which their house
has so long enjoyed of selling only the very best
goods, and at fair and uniform prices. Their
stock Includes sherry, port, claret and Catawba
wines; cabinet and SUlery champagnes; Jamaica
and Santa Cruz rum; old French brandies, and
also a freBh stock of French fruits, cherries,
peaches and plums. Also, mustards, sauces, Ac
of domestic and foreign brands. Our readers will
certainly And something in their catalogue of
good3 that they want.
The mention of Christmas calls up a longing
for the hot, rich and savory delicacy which re?
conciled little Jack Homer to retaining his place
in the traditional corner for an Indefinite length
of time. And mince pie and the fame of Tully the
caterer are Inseparably connected. In richness
of mince meat and delicacy of pastry, his ls an
unapproachable pie. He can also furnish all thc
other staples for the Christina* board-fine tur?
keys, game, Iced cakes, jellies and other dishes to
order, at short notice and moderate rates.
Nothing is a lighter and more pleasant accom?
paniment of the Christmas board than a glass of
or good Rhine wine. Mr. J. M. Martin, No. 36
Market street, has just received several casks or
choice Rhine, Franker and Moselle wines, which
he will sell by the barrel, gallon, bottle or glar i at
iryour purse ls slender, and you want to get
good and cheap rrult, go to Klein's, in King street,
above Liberty, where fine bananas, oranges or
lemons may be had at forty cents a dozen.
Fowls and Game.
For turkeys, geese, ducks and fowls, go to
William Hunt, No. 40 Market street, who has Just
received several large consignments fresh from
the country. For game and potatoes from the
North, the place ls Thomas Murphy's, No. si Mar?
Where to get Salted.
Economical people may wear their clothing
threadbare at other seasons of the year, but every
one likes to have good clothes abont Chrlstiffss
times, and this year they can be accommodated
with something nice at reasonable prices, as they
may see by referring to the advertisement or Mat?
thlessen, th? Bismarck or dealers. His establish,
ment, at the corner or King and Wentworth
streets, ls the resort or all who would obtain fash?
ionable and well made clothing at fair rates. The
fact ls, friend Matthlessen reads the papers, and
knows when gold ls on trie decline, and goods
with lt, and is not like some of our business men
in other lines, who, when prices fall fifty per
cent, in New Yent, don't get the news for months.
The Golden Eagle.
We would advise all who desire to spare the
pocket nerve to avoid that stand on King street
under the golden eagle; for once Inside the thresh?
old, the eye becomes bewildered, the grasp on the
purse-strings is relaxed, and the unwilling visitor
is changed to a generous buyer. Mr. Spear has
an inexhaustible stock of jewelry, silverware, i
and rancy articles of bijouterie, that are Just the
dot for Christmas presents, and no matter how
low or high the tariff may run, they are sure to
be received with pleasure. King street bas few
more attractive resorts than Spear's, and the
temptation to spend money on thc numerous
articles so lavishly displayed is almost irresistible.
In fact, none struggle against the temptation,
but fall easy victims and yield their greenbacks
with a good grace.
** Listen to the Stocking Bird."
He sings daily at Klein's, King street, above
Liberty, where Imported canary birds also make
sweet music. Call and purchase a pair of song
birds as a Christmas gift for your wire or sweet?
heart, or both.
Is he Really Santa Claas I
It is the popular belier among those of the
rising generation of Charleston who have no per?
sonal acquaintance with Von Santen, that that
gentleman ls a good natured old hobgoblin with
frosty beard and ruddy phiz, and with a very
agreeable knack of Blipping down all the chim?
neys en a certain happy morning of the year, for
thc special delight and enrichment or good little
boys and girls. But thc immense number ol new?
fangled toys which he opened yesterday warrants
cs in warning our little friends against him as
an arrant sham. He Is not the old-fashioned Santa
Claus. Something newer and better he may be;
but not the original Jacobs.
SPLENDID SWCCESS OF iks MODERN COME?
DIES.-Tue audience at thc Academy or Music
last night had formed very high expectations or
Robertson's new comedy or "Caste," both as re?
tards the play itself, and the style in which it
would be presented; but their anticipations were
more than realized ia listening to the exquisite
Jialogue, and beholding the careful and credita?
ble manner In which the piece was mounted.
Hiss Alexander, as Esther Eccles, threw more
ivarmth Into her acting than she had done
n any of the parts which she has hlth
irto sustained lu Charleston; while Miss Eldridge
ts Polly brought to the stage all the exuberance
jf spirits which seems a part of her character.
Every part In the comedy was well acted, and
the performance as a whole was one that we cun
sincerely and heartily commend.
To-night Byron's great sensational drama, en?
titled "Blow for Blow," will be brought out. It
abounds in exciting incidents and situations, and
will be produced with all the soenery and effects
that rendered lt so marked a success at Wallack's
Theatre, New York.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.-HON. GEO.
S. BRTAN, PRESIDING.-COLUMBIA, December 20.
The Jurors answered to their names.
issue Docket.-Burrill E. Boykin vs. Germania
Insurance Company, ct al. Assunapslt, James
Conner and W. L. DePass; special pleas uud de?
murrers, T. G. Barker und S. B. Paul. Arguments
were heard np to the hour of adjournmeut on
Ex parte James Patterson, assignee, In re J. N.
Walker, bankrupt. In re N. G. W. Walker, bank?
rupt, lu re Silas Evans, bankrupt. Ordered that
tho order heretofore made be so amended that
the sale shall take place on sales-day in Jauuarv
Ex parte L. B. Stephenson, assignee, in re Alli?
son A. McDowell, bankrupt. Petition to sell. In
re L. McDowell, bankrupt. Idem. G. D. Bryan,
pro pet. Ordered, that the sale heretofore order?
ed be had on the first Monday lu February next.
Ex parte L. S. Bill, or Edgefleld, ex parle John
W. Tompkins, ex parte W. C. Mitchell, Jr. Peti?
tions for final discharge. Final hearing to take
place at Charleston on 24th January.
Bx parte Joseph J. WUUams, of Berkeley. Peti?
tion for final discharge. Campbell A Seabrook,
pro pet. Final hearing to take place before this
court, at Charleston, on fourth Monday Lu Janu?
Georgo W. Warren vs. Louis McLain, assignee
of Samuel P. Bennett. Petition for Bale. Simon
ton A Barker, pro pet. Ordered Hut report of
D. Horlbeck be continued, and that assignee sell
the property, pay coat ont of proceeds of sale, call
in all Hen creditors to p ove claims, Ao., Ac.
Ex parte W. ii. Talle.-, tn re Peter W. Krait,
or Columbia, bankrupt. Application for exami?
nation or bankrupt. W. K. Buchman. pro pet.
Ordered, that the bankrupt appear before C. 0.
Jaeger, regi trar, on 23d December, at ll o'clock,
to submit to examination, Ac.
Ex parte Duale A Chapman, of Columbia, oa
application. Copyrights granted to the petition
era for "Reynolds' New Pictorial Reader, No. 3,"
"Reynolds' New Elementary Spelling Book,"and
' Davidson's School History or Soutli Carolina."
Ex parte M. A. Shelton, or Richland. Petition
for final discharge. Samuel W. Melton, pro pet.
Final hearing at Charleston, on thc 24th or Janua?
ry next, beforo court, at 12 M.
FOR TUE HOLIDAYS.-Cheap chromos, Une
photographs, handsome picture Trames, a large
stock or albums-cheaper than thc cheapest. At
C. C. Righter';?, No. 101 King street.
SUPREME COURT-COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 20.
Present: Chief Justice Moses and Associate
James Quinn and John R. Falls, administrators,
vs. James F. Dart and Joseph McLean et al. In
equity. On motion, the cause was ordered to be
coi.tinucd until next term.
The following cases were continued by consent;
L. C. Hinton, administrator, vs. Sarah Kennedy
Dennis C. Crosby, administrator, vs. Dennis
Crosby, was resumed. Mr. Smith for appellees.
Mr. Wilson for appellants.
Hotel Arrivals-December 21.
John Marder, Boston, Mass.; John F. White
sides, C. C. Parish; William E. Moore, New York;
Charles Hamburg, Columbia, S. C.; W. C. Mikel!,
Columbia, S. C.; M. Rhodes, Sumter, S. C.; J. C.
Gillett, Augusta, Ga.; Alfred A. Jsaacs, New York;
Samuel Samson, Philadelphia; W. C. Peet, New
York; O. H. Wilson, Philadelphia; Theodore Link,
New York; D. Landers, South Carolina; S. P. Ra
venel and family, Charleston; W. A. Wood, New
York; George D. Chapman, Port Royal, S. C.;
John W. Heath, Lafayette, Ind.; Mrs. John W.
Heath, Lafayette, Ind.; A. Pool, Chicago; Mrs. A.
Pool, Chicago; R. n. Zimmerman, St. Matthews;
J. C. Courtney, South Carolina; F. R. Williamson,
Darlington, S. C.
A.Morgan, J. F. Whittle, Georgetown; D. W.
Haines, H. A. ?lmo, Florence; John Hart, Cats?
kill; Peter Colo, New York; John W. Walker, Bal?
timore; W. B. Sprague, Edgeflcld: J. Dennis, M.
P. Durgin, Auusta; H. C. Baggett, South Carolina;
J. w. Young, Kingtree; R. Martin, Graham's
Turnout; James N. Bayner, D. U. R. R.; Wm. J.
White, Georgia; P. Merritt, Winnsboro'; B. Hood,
W. H. Pooser, Colleton; J. J. Nettles, H. H. S.; C.
J. Cain, Cooper River.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banyes, child and nurse,
Boston; C. S. Mix and sister, New Haven; Chas.
E. Parker, Meriden, Ct.; Captain M. B. dowell,
B. W. Sparhawk, Steamship Magnolia; A. S.
Moore, Baltimore; W. C. Kerney, New Orleans; L.
H. Herdwlck, Baltimore; F. C. Jones and wife,
South Carolina; John C. Haskell, Columbia; Chas.
F. Feronold, F. DuBols, lady son and daughter,
New York; Colonel Wm. Ludlow, wife and nurse
U. S. A.; J. P. Gaines, Steamship Champion; J. B.
Sardy, E. L. Sherman, G. S. Berkley, wife, child
and servant, Mrs. Reed and child, Wm. A. Screv
en, New York; Wm. Wilson, Miss Wilson, Geo.
Wilson, Philadelphia; Jas. Cameron, Jr., New
B US INES S NOTICES.
NEW YORK LEDOKR ready this day, at half
past 4 P. M. Prise 7 cents per copy. Chimney
Corner, io cents. Hasel street Bazaar, opposite
M. ic A. ASHTON having received by the
steamer Magnolia a fresh supply of fine goods,
respectfully Informs their friends that they are
now open and ready for this day's sales.
A. C. KAUFMAN offers, to pay the highest
price for State bonds. See advertisement. 2
A FINE quality of colored silk is offered at
Furchgott A Brother's, corner of King and Cal?
houn streets, at $3 per yard, worth $5. Call and
examine lt. _ _ dec21 3
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.--Recollect that a hand?
some set of Furs can be had for $8, $9 and $10,
which ls fifty per cent, cheaper than the aame
kind can be bought elsewhere. Call and examine
for yourselves at H. H. WILLIAMS,
Hat Bazaar, No. 243 King-s treet,
dec20 mwf3 Opposite the Big Boot.
(OPPOSITE THE SYNAGOGUE,)
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
CHROMOS' CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
The largest assortment of
Ever seen In Charleston.
FrFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
$Rr The Public are invited to call and ex?
horticulture, Agriculture, Ut.
PERMISSION OF THE COURT OF
For sale at Retail and at Low PRICES.
TUE LATE CONRAD RING'S STOCK IN
All of which ls of very recent Importations, se?
lected personally by Mr. Ring, principally from
the Messrs. Land roth's of Philadelphia, for this
innrket. The stock consists of the best and most
CABBAGE SEEDS, cf all kinds,
Guinea ami Boston Squash Seeds,
Turnip and Ruta Baga Seeds,
Peas. Parsnip and Carrot Seeds,
Early and Sweet Corn Seeds,
Aud all other kinds, common to Southern cli?
PLOUGHS, Hoes, Spades and every variety of
Garden and Farm Implements, on the most un?
BASKET and GLASS-WARE.
WHEELBARROWS and HARROWS.
At the Store, No. 353 west side of King, below
George street, and known for the last forty years os
LANDRETH'S AND RING'S SEED AND AGRI?
GEO. RING CUOLWELL,
dcc4 1 mwfl2 Administrator.
MENKE A MULLER,
No. 326 KING STU U ET,
Three Doors below Liberty street.
Have just received and opened a large and fine
assortment of Men's Youths' aud Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Suits,
White aud Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac,
English und Douieatiu Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvlsier'a Kltl Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin.
Calfskin; Cloth, Casslmerc, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen and Paper Collars, Cravats,
Neok lies, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,
Also, a large and well assorted s>ock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSIMKRE, DOESKIN, BEAVER
CLOTH, Ac, a large variety of the new style Pants
and Vest Patterns, which we offer to sell by piece,
yard or pattern, or make up into garments by
"measure, in the latest styles.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very loa*, In plain Birnres.
Being confident that we can offer inducements
uuoqualled by any other house, we solicit buyers
m our line to give us a call before purchasing
All ordors wiU receive our prompt and very
Entire satisfaction ls guaranteed,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 2T BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER. T. H.
WARING, Esq.. oct*.
?1 HRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
SIGN OF THE EAGLE !
SIGN OF THE EAGLE !
SIGN OF THE EAGLE
No. 236 KING STREET,
Directly opposite Hasel street.
SILVER AND PLATED-WARE.
FANCY GOODS, 4c., Ac.
The subscriber desires to call the attention of
his friends and the public generally to his large
and well selected stock of above named goods,
suitable for gifts on the approaching holidays. A
call ls solicited. JAMES E. SPEAR,
JQON'T BUY BEFORE YOU LOOK IN
VON SAN TEN'S
BEAUTIFUL FRENCH ORNAMENTS,
FINE WRITING DESKS,
And some entirely new and recently Imported
Arc now Opening
No. 229 King street,
(Next door to the Opera House,)
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS.
O! FOR CHRISTMAS.
KLEIN'S CHEAP FRUIT STORE ls the place
where all are pleased. Everything ls found there
In the best order and at the mest reasonable
charges. His finest Singing Canaries have been
kept for Christmas week. Choice Bananas at 40
cents per dozen; Lemons and Sweet Oranges at
40 and 60 cents per dozen, and every variety of
Fruit at the lowest rates. Go and see
KLEIN'S CHEAP FRUIT STORE,
dec22 3 King street, above Liberty.
"BUT ONCE A YEAR!
THE RICniST AND THE NICEST
In the City, always on hand or made to order at
Jellies, 4c. Ac.
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
No. 124 KING STREET, NEAR QUEEN STREET.
FRENCH CHINA, AT IMPORTER'S COST.
DINNER SETS, TEA SETS, CHAMBER SETS,
In White and Gold Band.
Also, PLAIN WHITE DINNER PLATES, Break?
fast Tea and Dessert Tlatcs, Cups and Saucers,
Tea Pou, Sugars, Creams, Flat Dishes, of all sizes,
Turrecns, tmd every article to make up and re?
pair sets, not only for Christmas, but the whole
year-a rare opportunity.
R. H. MCDOWELL,
For the Importer,
dec21 4 King, corner or Liberty street.
A fresh lot of German TOYS, Jost arrived and
will be sold at cost prices, at Ni1. 167 King street,
three doors from Clifford street, sou thwest side.
dec'21 3* _CARL AXTHKLM.
HRISTMAS IS COMING!
CLAUSSEN'S BRANCH STEAM BAKERY,
No. 2 00 KING STREET,
Near Wentworth street,
ALSO, THE SAME AT
THE BAKERY IN MARKET STREET.
There you will Dud a large assortment of the
most saleable and thc most useful articles for
Wheat Eve French
Potato Milk Graham Sweet, Ac.
Butter Sugar Ginger Fancy
Picnic Oyster Boston Lemon, Ac.
Soda Wine Milk Cream
Egg Boston Seed, Ac.
Sugar Jumbles French Jumbles
Scotch Washington Shrcwsberry
Almond German Vanilla
Plum Roll Maccaroon
Sponge Lemon Jelly
Christmas, Small Iced, Ac.
Mint Lemon Sassafras
Cream Clove Raspberry
Strawberry Cinnamon Wintergreen
Barley Sarsaparilla Hoarhound
Peanut Cocoanut Kisses
Tags Lump Fruit, Ac.
FRENCH CONFECTIONERY, Ac.
Gum Drors, all flavors
Gum Sticks, Jujube Sticks
Fig Paste, Jelly Gum Drops
Vanilla and Rasin Sugar Almonds
Jordan Sogar Almonds
Cream Sugar Almonds
Cream Chocolate Drops
Nonpareil Chocolate Drops
Family Chocolate, Nugat
Bon Boas, Sugar Plums
Cream Dates, Cream Figs
Cream Fruit, Crystallized Fruit
Wine Drops, Whiskey Drops
Braady Drops, Cordial Drops
Lozeugei!, Rock Candy
Sugar Filberts, Ac.
Alaska Crystal Rock Candy
Sugar Roasted Peanuts
Chocolate Roasted Peanuts
Bon Ton Surprise Candy.
xor Christmas Trees supplied gratis.
Unction 0aUs--dr)is EDarj.
By J. & W. KNOX.
FIREWORKS, CARPETS, ?fcc.
We will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at our
Store, No. I5u Meeting street,
An invoice of FIREWORKS.
Two CARPETS. Lounges, Sofa, Mattresses, Din?
ing Table, Pier Tables, Office Desks, Beer Pump
and Sundries. _dcc22
By J. & W. KNOX.
TASTEFUL AND ELEGANT HOLIDAY
Gifts, recently imported from Germany and
Will be sold at Masonic Hall, TniS EVENING,
the 22d instant, at 7 o'clock,
Nearly one thousand lots of the richest, most
varied and elegant assortment of useful and or?
namental articles, worked In Wool, Floss, Braid,
Bead, Crochet, Gold and Silver.
Goods will be ?pen ror inspection on days of
sale rrom 10 A. M. to 4 o'clock P. M.
Descriptive handbills arc ready for circulation
on application at No. 150 Meeting street.
Ladles are respectrully Invited to att^n-' Seats
will be provided and every attention rendered.
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING. HATS, &c.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at
my store, corner or King and Llbertv streets,
An Invoice or CLOTHING Just received by the
steamship Magnolia, consisting of:
24 Fine Custom-made Frock Coats.
48 Fine Frock Coats.
96 Casslmcre and Satinet Sack Coats.
300 pair Casslmerc, Doeskin and Satinet Pants.
48 Casslmerc, Velvet and Fancy Vests.
60 cases, 300 dozeu. Men's and Boys' Felt and
Thc balance or Wax Dolls, Figures, Rubber
Balls, Fancy Boxes, Hoods, Scarfs, Nubias, Ac.
On Friday I will sell 80 cases Boots, Shoes and
By WM. McKAY.
HORSE. CART. AND PARLOR FUR?
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at No. 136 Meeting
Also, the entire FURNITURK of a ramify ; Hard?
ware, Cutlery and Fancy Goods, to close consign?
(?. W. STEFFENS
TTHLL SELL AT AUCTION, THIS
YY DAY, December 22d, at 10 o'clock.
Contents or a CROCKRY STORK, corner Church
street and Lightwood Alley. Same is sold on ac?
count or ill health of the proprietor. Can be treat?
ed for privately, previous to day of sale.
By A. C. McGILLIYRAY,
STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A CIGAR
Store at Auction.
Will positively be sold at my office, No. 20 Broad
street, at 10 o'clock A. M., THIS DAY, the
Sundry packages and boxes CIGARS and TO?
BACCO, 2 Show Cases, Tobacconists' Sign, Ac.
By N. A. HUNT.
BOOTS, BROGANS, GAITERS, BALMO?
THIS DAT. the 22d Instant, at 10 o'clock, in my
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting street, I will Hell,
100 cases Assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Brogans,
Balmorals, Gaiters, Ac. dcc22
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER
WLLL SELL THJS DAY, AT ll
o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street,
Three HORSES, two Mules, two Milch Cows.
By A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
DRY GOODS, LADLES' CLOAKS, HO?
SIERY. Jewelry, Cutlery, Ac.
THIS DAY, 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, will be
positively sold at our Store, No. 36 Baync street,
to close consignments,
An Assorted Stosk of Domestic and Fancv DRY
GOODS, Ladles' Cloaks, Socks, Stockings, Gloves
and Undershirts, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Fine
Guns, Revolvers, Jewelry, Ac. dcc22
Unction Sales--.futnre Slaps.
By T. M. CATER.
CnLNA-IMPORTED DIRECT VIA NEW
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 23d Instant, at
10 o'clock, on thc second floor of my Store, No. 22
The balance of FANCY CHINA now landing,
360 MOTTO CUPS AND SAUCERS, very choice
2400 Vases, of all the new styles and patterns
40 China Children Tea Sets, complete
12 new styles Tea Sets, llfty-six pieces, Golden
10 Chamber Sets.
Conditions cash on dellferf. dec21 3
Auctioneers' f?ncate ?aUs, &t.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
FARM ONE AND A HALF MILES FROM
For sale, a FARM on Ashley River, one and a hair
miles rrom city line, and only four and a hair miles
from the Courthouse, containing about 90 acres of
high and marsh land. Ou the place ls a good
house with 8 rooms, with piazzas on three sides,
kitchen, barn, negro houses and stable.
The Farm ls on a high bluff on the river and
commands a Uno view. The bluff could be used
as a landing; would make a good site for a phos?
Applv as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
FOR SALE, OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY, a well-settled FARM In St.
(ieorge's Dorchester, twenty-three miles rrom
Charleaton. and live miles rrom Summerville.
For further particulars, apply as above, at No.
33 Broad street. dec22 1
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
lu Fine Style and at Reasonable Rates, goto
No. 155 Meeting sirect, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. decl4 6mos
AH FI X T CRES
A select assortment or GAS CHANDELIERS,
nail Lights, Pendants, Brackets, Portable or
Reading Stands, Drop Lights, Argand Rumors
and Porcelain Shades, Cut and Ground Gluss
Globes and Shades, of latest designs, Just receiv?
ed, by T. L. GUILLEMIN,
No. 140 Church street,
dec'O mwf6_Sign of the Star.
IF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
pattern, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charleston, S. C. decU Omos
rp F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE KO. 275 KINO STREET,
I? YOU AVANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go to
Ne. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. deC14 6mos_
Bt'OCESSOKS TO A. ILLINO,
FELT CARPETING 1J? yards Wido,
IF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing done lu fine style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. dccl4 6mos
Ijarbttflre, GEntlcrrj, &'c.^
Q U T L E E Y, ?c., Ac.
The subscriber has Just received from Messrs.
Joseph Rodgers A Sons, Fred-rlck Ward A Co.,
and other Sheffield houses, a very flue assort
BALANCE IVORY TABLE CUTLERY.
Nickel silver Forks and Spoons.
Wooden Bread and Cheese Platters.
Wooden Untier Dishes.
Linties' Scissors, with and without CftSCS.
Joseph Rodgers A Son's Needles.
Old English Rason and strops.
A vcrv One assortment of POCKET CUTLERY.
No. 52 East Cay. south ol" the old I'estoffice.
Elution Soles--futnre Onrjs.
By HUTSON LEE,
AC. RICHMOND, CLERK, va. A. E.
On TUESDAY, 4th day of January, 1870, will bc
sold at the old Customhouse, in ?Miarlcston, at ll
All that LOT OF LAND, situate, lying and being
on the north side of Tradd street, in thc City of
Charleston and State aforesaid, known by the No.
37. on the plan of thc lands of Robert I.imehouse,
measuring and containing in front on Tradd street
about forty (40) feet; on the east line one hundred
and firtv (150) feet, and on the west line one hun?
dred and tweuty-flve (125) feet, be thc said meas?
urements more or less.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance payabla In
four equal successive annual instalments, with in?
terest thereon at thc rate of seven (7) per cent,
per annum, payable annually, secured by bond or
bonds of the purchaser, and mortgage of the said
premises; the buildings to be insured and policy
of insurance assigned. Purchaser to pav for pa?
pers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
dec22 wi jan3,4_S. C. C.
By HUTSON LEE,
BELL VS. THE BANK OF SOUTH CAR?
On TUESDAY, 4th day of Januarv, 1870, will be
sold at thc Old Custom House in Charleston.
All that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings and
improvements thereon, situate at the northwest
corner of East Bay and Broad streets, in the City
of Charleston, measuring and containing in front
on Broad street, forty-seven (47) feet more or less;
on the back or north linc-feet more or less; on
the east line-feet more or less, ami on the west
line-,'cct more or less, and butting and bound?
ing to the north on land of Charles Litchgl, to the
south on Broad street aforesaid, to the east on
East Bay street, and to the west on land of estate
of Mitchell King, as will more fully appear by plat
of John A Mitchell, surveyor..
Terms-One-third ca6h In United States curren?
cy ; balance payable In two equal successive annual
al Instalments, with interest thereon, at the rate
of seven per cent, payable annually, secured by
bond or bonds of the purchaser or purchasers and
mortgage of premises; the buildings to bc insured
policy of insurance assigned, the purchaser or
purchasers, however, being at liberty to pay the
whole purchase money in ?ash. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
dec22 W2 Sttl2 E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
Bj HUTSON LEE.
AC. RICHMOND, CLERK, vs. JOHN
. G. ITO EN.
On TUESDAY, 4th day of January, 1869, will
be sold, at Hie Old Customhouse in Charleston,
All that LOT OF LAND situate, lying and being
on the north side of Tradd street, in the City of
Charleston, and State aforesaid, known by'the
Number 3S on the plan of the lands of Robert Lime
house, measuring and containing In front on
Tradd street about twenty-five (25) feet, on the
east Une about one hundred and twenty-five
(125) feet, and on the west line about one hundred
(loo) feet, be the said measurements more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above to
the west, aud known by the Number 89, on the
plan of the lauds of Robert Llmehouse above
mentioned, measuring and containing In front
on Tradd street about twenty-five (26) feet, on
the east line about one hundred (100) feet, and
on the west line about seventy-five (75) feet, be
the said measurements more or less.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance payable In
four equal annual Instalments, with interest
thereon at the rate of seven per cent, per annum,
payable annually, secured by bond or bonds of
thc purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
The buildings to be insured and policy of Insur?
ance assigned. E. AV. M. MACKEY,
dec22 wi jan.1,4 S. C. C.
EAL ESTATE SALE.
LAURENCE W. O'HEAR. ASSIGNEE OF O'HEAR,
ROPER A STONEY, VS. JAMES SANDERS,
SAMUEL S ll ETTA R ANO OTHERS-BILL
FOR FORECLOSURE, SALE
By virtue of a Decretal Order made In the above
stated cause, I will sell before the Courthouse,
tn Walterboro', on MONDAY, the 3d of January
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND,
situate and being in thc Parish of St. Bartholo?
mew's, County of Colleton, on the line of the Sa?
vannah and Cheleston Railroad, commonly
known as "Schmidt's;'' butting and bounding
north on land of Major Charles Warley and on
land of Maria Glover, cast on landor thc Rev.
Wm. O. Prentiss and on land rormerly of Marla
Croll, south on land of Dr. Francis S. Glover and
on land of John W. Lewis, and on the aforesaid
land of Charles Warley, containing between 1100
and 1200 acres, suitably divided In cotton and
lice land, (saving and reserving the Cemetery of
Terms-Half cash: balance on a credit of twelve
months. Purchaser to pay ror papers and stamps.
A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerk's Office, Colleton County, December, 1809.
EAL ESTATE SALE
Fannie A. Perry, Executrix Jos. B. Perry, de?
ceased, vs. Stobo B. Perry ami others, Devisees
of Jas. B. Perry, deceased; George M. Rivers,
Trustee, and Josiah G. Prichet and others, Credi?
tors of Jas. H. Perry, deceased.-In Equity.
mil for Dower to Marshal Assets and to Enjoin
By virtue of a Decretal order, made in above
slated cause, I will sell before the Court House,
in Walterboro', on MONDAY, the 3d of January
All those TRACTS OF LANDS belonging to the
Estate of Josiah B. Perry, situate on the Round
0. in St. Bartholomew's Parish, County of Colle?
ton, containing about two thousand two hundred
acres, bounded north by lands of Sleigh, south by
lauds formerly of Dr. Ferry, cast by lands of Al?
len Willis, and Estate of Willis, and west by lands
or Sayle Hiott, and lands formerly of Dr. Perry,
excepting four hundred aud seventy (470) acres
which has been set apart as Dower, as a plat
thereof on lile In my ottlce, reference being thereto
lind, will more fully represent.
K HOUSE AND LOT situate In the village of
Walterboro', bounded north by lot or David
(Hoover, south by street which separates lt rrom
Hie lot of Joseph Fraser, east by a vacant lot, and
west by lot ot Chas. Warley.
A LOT with Law Office thereon, situate on Court?
house Square, in thc viMugc ot Walterboro'.
Terms-One-har. cash ; balance on credit of
twelve mouths. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerk's Office, Colleton County.
EAL ESTATE SALL'.
Martha M. Flshbnrne. Widow ami Administra?
trix of Benjamin P. Fishburne, deceased, vs. ltcn
jamln P. Fishburne and others, Heirs at Law of
lieujamin P. Fishburne, deceased, and George
Warrell and others, the Creditors of Benjamin P.
Fishburne, deceased-BUI lor Dower to Marshal
Assets and for Relief.
Hy virtue of a decretal order, made in above
mentioned case, I will sell before the Court?
house, In Walterboro' on MONDAY, the 3d day
of Januarv next,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, in
thcCountvof Colleton, near the Round 0, con?
taining eleven hundred and seventy-six acres;
butting and bounding north on lauds or Perry
and others, east on lands or Sanders, south on
lands or Sanders and Iiedon, and on thc west on
lands or Bedon, Lemacks and others: excepting
about two hundred acres which has been setapart
as Dower, as a plat thcreor upon file In my otllce.
Rcrerencc being thereunto had wUl more fully
Terms-Onc-hair-cash; balance on a ci edit of
one year. Purchaser to pay ror papers and
slumps. A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerks Omeo, Colleton County, Deccnber 7, l^O.
"ALE BY TRUSTEES, UNDER AU?
THORITY OF TUE COURT OF EQUITY.
AT PRIVATE SALE?
AN ELEGANT MANSION AND SPLENDID
Will he sold at Privato Sale that elegant HOUSE
al Hie corner of Blake and Drake streets, with all
the surrounding garden and spacious grounds.
This Is oue or the most complete uud beautiful
establishments in Charleston, commanding a fine
view of the harbor, and embracing a large extent
of ground?, thickly set .vith trees or every de?
scription, lorest, fruit aLd flowers, all selected
and disposed with tuc utmost care and taste.
The House ls large and commodious, containing
fourteen rooms, admirably arranged, with double
piazzas on the south, with a lino large Kitchen
and all other necessary outbuildings.
In addition to this, there ls another Dwelling
House on the premises, sltuato on the northeast
corner, snitable for a small family.
The Lot measures four hundred (4O0) reet front
on Drake street by about two hundred and eighty
(2S0) reet In depth on ?lake street.
To any person wishing to establish himself in
a handsome residence, with a fin? garden and
spacious walks and grounds, the above property
preseuta a rare opportunity.
A body of MARSH LAND, on the east or Bay
street, separated from tho above property by Hay
street, embracing six hundred (600) feet from
north to south br throe hundred (360) feet from
cast to woet, on the west side of the Northeastern
Railroad. Also, another body of Marsh Laud.
IvlnK cast or sahl road, containing - reet.
' For i'4r:hor particulars and terras apply to
WARBLAW & CAREW.
Purchasers to pay W. A 0. ror papers.
JAMES BARRAL <i CO.
COTTON AND GENERAL COMMISSION
M EUC HANTS,
N 0 . 2 W HITE ll ALL STREET
(Lower end o? Broadway,)
Lioerul alvances mi'.'.c upon UilU ol Lading.
Auction Sales--.future Oops.
By JOHN S. BYAN.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF HOUSES AND
Lots in Inspection and Princess .streets, by
on 1er of thc Trustee, for distribution and chango
on THURSDAY, the 23d day of December, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the Old Postoflicc, foot of Broad
street, I will sell to the highest bidder, without
any manner of reserve,
Thc following enumerated HOUSES and LOTS,
one HOUSE and LOT, known as No. 8 Inspec?
tion street, measuring and containing thirty-nine
feet front on Inspection street, and one hundred
and twenty re-" In depth, be the same more or
less, and having such buttings and boundlngs
as are laid down In a plat annexed to thc titles
from Colonel William Drayton to William Wight?
man, recorded in the office of Registrar Mesne
Conveyance; this Lot being known m such plat
by the number eighty-two (82.)
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Brick Tenne
ment building thereon, known as No. 7 Princess
street, In a plan of said property made by R. K.
Payne, surveyor, March, 1846, and recorded In
Registrar Mesne Conveyance office, Book W, No.
ll, p. 312. measuring and containing in front on
Princess street 19 feet by 40 feet deep, be the
same more or less; hotting and bounding north
by Princess street, west by Lot No. 0 In above plat,
south by Lands now or formerly or R. W. Sey?
mour and J. Desare, and east by Lands of-.
Together with thc free right to the use of the
alley-way four feet wide adjoining said Lot, for
the use of this Lot No. 7.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Brick Tenement
building thereon, known as No. 0 Princess street,
in thc plat last referred to, and adjoining the Lot
last described on the east, measuring and COL -
tainlng 19 feet front on Princess street, by 40 feet
deep, be the same more or less; butting and
bounding north on Princess street.south on Lands
now or formerly partly of R. W. Seymour and
partly of J. Desare. to thc eas: on the Lot last
above described, and to Hie west on Lot No. ll La
the plat last mentioned.
Terms-One-hair cash; balance In one and two
years, with interest rrom date; credit poitlon to
bc secured by bond or the purchaser and mort?
gage or the premises; premises to be occured and
policy assigned. Possession given Immediately.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
To examine plat of this property, or for rurther
information, apply to JOHN S. RYAN,
.'da wfm4thl_No. 52 Broad street
Beaufort County, in Equity-James Fripp et
al, vs. Hamilton Fripp, et al.
By virtue of a decree In the Court of Equity in
the above stated case, I will sell at public outcry
in front of my office, In the Town of Beaufort, on
the first MONDAY in January next, 1870, being
the third day or said month, between the usual
hours or sale,
All the right, title and interest or Hamilton
Fripp in and to one TRACT OF LAND, situate,
lying and being on Hall's Island, in the County of
Beaufort, State of South Carolina. Bounded
north by Coos, w Marches; south by Marshes of
Broad River; east oy Lands of James Fripp, et al;
west by Broad River-containing three hundred
and thirty-six and a half (33?)f) acres, more or
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. ALFRED WILLIAMS,
Sheriff Beaufort County,
Beaufort County, S. C., December ll, 18*9.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE
south Carolina, Kershaw County-In the Cir?
cuit Court, In Equity.-Theodore Lang, Guardian,
et al, vs. Thomas J. Workman, Executor. -BIB
for Account, to sell Estate, call in Creditors, Ac.
Rebecca Workman, vs. Thomas J. Workman Ex?
ecutor.-Bill for Dower and Account.
In pursuance of an order made in the above
bills at September Term, A. D., 1869,1 will sell,
before the Courthouse tn Camden, on MONDAY,
the third day of January, A. D. 1870, being the
first Monday In the month:
All the remaining REAL ESTATE ot John Work?
man, deceased, In .?fld County, viz :
1. LOT In Town or Camden, No. 1211, OB East
De Kalb street, on which there is a two story
Building, with six rooms, outblldings, Ac, occu?
pied at present by F. J. Collier.
2. Lots 1012,1013 and iou, on which there ls a
two story Building, eight rooms and outbuild?
ings, corner of Church and Rutledge streets,
front on Rutledge, occupied b* E. J. Carter.
3. Hair Lot No. 1227, corner Market and Rut?
ledge streets, one story House, four rooms, kitch?
en, Ac, occupied by Thomas Levy.
4. Lots No. 1090 and 1091, fronting en Rutledge
street, House with eight rooms, outbuildings,
Ac, occupied by Mrs. Baker.
5. Lots 1086,1087 and 1088, vacant, on Market
Lots 1050 and 1051, on Rutledge street, House
with four rooms and kitchen, back store, Ac, oc?
cupied by W. D. Cooper.
7. Lots 1048 and 1049, on corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets. Large Buildings, containing
six stores under one roof, offices, Ac, occupied
by Baum Brothers, Messrs. Cloud, Goss, Carter
8. Lot No. 1047, on Broad street, one-story
Dwelling-house and Store, occupied by Mrs. W?
llams and W. Ellas.
9. Lot on Broad street, No. 1043, one-story Store?
house, occupied by Mrs. C. Nash.
10. Lots No. 1040, on Broad street, and No. 1081
on Market street, two-story Store and Dwelling
house, Ac, occupied by J. Chrlstlanson.
11. Lot No. 1034, on Broad street, and No. 1062,
on Market street, two story Dwelling and Store?
house, Ac, occupied by J. R. Goodale.
12. North hair Lot, No, 1176, on Broad street,
one-story Storehouse, occupied by A. M. Ken?
18. Lots Nos. 635, c:>6 and 637, on ?omer of Fair
and York streets, two one-story Dwelling-houses,
occupied by Mrs. Donnie and P. Green.
14. K.rkwood Lot, House with eight or ten
room?, Ac, occupied by Wm. Scott.
15. Six hundred and twenty-six acres of Land,
formerly of Joseph A. W. Berry, in Kershaw
County, adjoining lands of David Barnes and
16. One Tract of eighteen hundred and nine?
teen acres, on Sanders' Creek and Gum Swamp.
17. Interest of George E. DeBruhl and Jesse
DeBruhl in six hv.->dred acres, being lAad where?
on W. E. Del'; ubi resided, being one-half Interest,
bounded by lands of C. Perkins and R. Cameron.
IS. Interest In a Tract of some three hundred
and four acres, more or less, part or a Tract of
eight hundred acres originally granted to Samuel
Reynolds, hing on Pine Tree Creek, bounded by
lands or W. M. Shannon, John Player, Levy Brad?
ley, and others.
1?. At risk or former purchasers, one Square, 16
Lots, No. 305 to 410, bounded by Meeting, Market,
Watcree and East Broad streets, bongin by E. J.
20. Thirteen Lots, Nos. 90,100, 107, 108, 31, 92,
8-1, 85 and 86, and parts of Lou Nos. 87. 88, 89 and
109. Bounded north by Square B, west by Broad
and east by Meeting street, bought by Frank
One PEW lu Presbj icrlan Church In Camden.
Two Shares Camden Bridge Stock.
Two Shares W. A N. 0. Telegraph Stock.
Seven Shares stock Bank Camden.
Sixty-seven Shares S. C. R. R. Stock.
Slxty-soven Hau*Shares S. C. R. R. Stock.
Terms-For personalty cash; tor real estate, on
all sums ot and under $1000, one-fourth cash, bal?
ance In one, two and three years In equal annual
instalments, with interest payable annually; on
all sums over $1000, ten per cent, cash, balance on
like credit and terms credit portion to bc secured
by bond, porsonal saretles, a mortgage of the
premises and an assignment or policy or Insur?
ance on thc buildings sold. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers. W. D. MCDOWALL,
For Information, apply to the Solicitors, J. B.
KERSHAW and WM. M. SHANNON. Camden,
S. C. deo? tuws4
By P. ? - PEIXOTTO & SON.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
By virtue of an order or sab', to mc directed, by
'the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge or the United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina. I will offer 'or sale at public Auction,
ou MONDAY, the 3d Jay of January, 1870, at the
Courthouse, in the City of Columbia, at 10
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with thc building aud all bricks and matertal re?
maining thereon, situate, lying and being in the
City of Columbia, ami situate aforesaid, and des?
cribed in a conveyance thereof, from John J.
KlDSlsr, to Benjamin F. Evans A Harvey Cogs?
well, dated the 29th day of August A. D., 1863,
recorded In thc Mesne Conveyance office,
Richland District, in Book B. p. 420. aa all that
Piece, Parcel or Tract ot Laud, containing three
nc rei anda half of an acre or land, be tho same
more or less, situated in the City or Columbia,
and iHiuuded on the north by Lady street, and on
the south by Gervais street, and on the west by
Huger stree't, and on the east in part, by Pulaski
street, and in part by Hannah and Amelia Bugg's
The same to bc sold rree from all lien or encum?
Terms of Sale-One third cash; balance on a
creditor one. two nnd three years, secured by
bond or purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum from the day or sale,
payable annuaHy, and mortgage or premises.
Purchaser to pay assignee tor papers and stamp?.
G. HERBERT SASS.
Assignee of Evans A Cogswell.
OFFICE Ot' TITS REGISTRAR IN BANKRUPTCY, \
CHARLESTON. 8. 0. J
Pursuant to the order or thc court in thc above
case, notice is hcrcliy given to ult creditors claim?
ing any lien upon the property above described,
toc?me in and prove their claims, before mc, on
or before the first Monday in January, A. D., 1870,
in default thereof to bo lower barre l ri omaad
of the same. JL'UCS C. CARPENTER,
dccl3 mwflO Registrar.
# CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. IL BAER,
oas NJ- WI Meeting street.