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? Meeting* TU la Day.
Palmetto Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. H.
Auction Salt * This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, clothing, ?c, *
J. 4 W. Knox will sell at 12 o'clock M., at their
atore, Japanese goods; and in the evening, at No.
219 King street, holiday goods.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at ".ria
store, furniture, stoves, Ac.
THE CHEAPE?, ' YET.-The NEWS Job Office is
now printing bi''heads in the best style and on
fine paper, at $250 per thousand. Merchants, think
OOR PatcBB Go BRENT.-We especially invite ?he
attention or our merchants to TUE NEWS Prices
Current, issued this morning. Made up with the
utmost care, and handsomely printed with entirely
new type, it forma, with the business card of the
house far warding it, the most nura olive and wel?
come weekly commercial circular that can be
used. Prioe, for tea copies or more, with busi?
ness card, two and a half cents per copy. Single
copies, fire cents.
No MARKETS ON CHRISTMAS.-As the markets
will be closed to-morrow, they will be kept open
this evening till 9 P. M. Housekeepers will tai
FIRE ON WAWMAI.AW ISLAND.-The cotton
in the gin-house ot Mr. L. D. Chadwick, on Wad
malaw Island, was accidentally ignited a few
ds^S since by friction, and before Insistance
could be obtained, the building, with its contents,
amounting to about a bale and a half of sea island
cotton, were destroyed. The total loss will be
ST. JOHN'S DAT.-Monday next will be the
festival or St. John the Evangelist, a day usually
celebrated with great pomp and display by the
Masonic Fraternity. Thc Lodge at Klngstree,
S. C., will unite In a procession and proceed to
the church, where a public Installation of the off!
eera elect will be made, and an address delivered
by P. M. N. Levin, of Friendship Lodge, No. t>, of
this city, on the "Principles and Practice of the
GOOD TRIP.-Thc brig Mary M. Francis, from
this port for Havre, arrived there December 15,
' after an excellent run of twenty-five days. She
was laden here by Messrs. Wm. Roach A Co. The
prevalence of good winds has caused most of
Che European bound ships from this port to make
fair passages, and the bark A. B. Wyman, already
. reported, reached Liverpool in twenty-eight days,
and the barks Jerome Jones and Ju venta have
also arrived out.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC-"The Streets of
Mew York" drew a fine audience last night. The
piece depends for its success more upon enco?
ure scenery and local hits than upon the intrinsic
merit of its plot or dialogue; but it was produced
In a manner that could not fall to delight an au
dience. Some of thc effects were applauded to
the echo. We ore (lad to see how rapidly the
scenic resources of the Academy are being multi
piled under Manager Ford's active and careful
management. "Thc Streets of Kew York'' will be
repeated on Saturday night.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the annual commit
nicatldn of Salem Lodge, No. 141, A. F. M., held
?at-MayeavUle, Snmter District, S. C., on the 14th
instant, the following officers were elected to
serve for thc ensuing Masonic year: Worshipful
GL L. Warren, Master; Brothers J. Harvey Wilson,
S. W. ; Jas. E. Atkins, G. W.; Wm. Q. Muid row,
treasurer; Hugh H. Wilson, secretary; H. Dick?
son Corbett, (P. M.,) S. D.; BenJ. F. Wilson, J. D.;
Jnnltu A. Mayes and C. K. Weatherford, stewards;
J. B. Trimnali tyler. A Past Master's jewel was vo?
ted to Worshipful H. Dickson Corbett, the retiring
CRUMBS.-The German Friendly Society gave
a "Christmas blowout" in the shape of a mam?
moth bowl of egg-nogg at their last meeting.
The "Major," who made bia debut on the Acad
?my boards last night, was the observed c. all
observers during the morning, and hts martial
bearing was never more conspicuous.
The gay masqueraders, who were wont to per?
ambulate the city at this festive season, are noti?
fied ora fulmination from the Chief of Police re?
quiring them to unmask while in the streets.
Who's afraid r
INTERESTING OCCASION.-The pupils of Mr.
C. H. Bergmann'B academy, accompanied by their
parents and friends, assembled at Lindsted: "s Hall
yesterday afternoon, at half-past 5 o'clock, to In?
augurate the Christmas holidays by an old-tlmcd
Christmas frolic. Thc hall was tastefully arrang?
ed for the occasion, and the Christmas tree was
Ulumlnated so as to display thc numerous girts
to tho boat advantage. Tbe presents and prizes,
which were suspended from thc branches and
clustered around the bose or the tree, were speed
nyquist nbuted among thc bright-eyed throng.
Several addresses were made by the pupils, and
tbe evening was passed pleasantly in a round ot
TUE CRICKET ON THE HEAKTU.-Dion Bou
cieault's version of Char.es Dickens' delicious
Christmas story will be played at the Academy
of Muslo to-night, for the first time in Charleston.
The peculiarity of this play, and lu great charm
in the eyes of the lovers of Dickens' tender Christ?
mas carola, is that lt gives the whole story,
without the addition or taking away of a
single Incident. Usually a romaneo when
put on the stage la so hacked and distorted as to
be difficult of recognition, and lt was the excep?
tional merit of Mr. Boucicault's dramatization or
g "The Cricket ou the Hearth"' which led Joseph
Jefferson^ he famous comedian, to say that lt was
the most admirable adaptation with which he
The company now at thc Academy or Music
played the Cricket on the Hearth at Savannah,
and tn a way to draw from Mrs. Hoer, one of the
brightest stars in the dramatic firmament, the
encomium that the performance would do credit
to any theatre in the country.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-COLUMBIA,
DICEMBEX22-HON. U.S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-EX
parte Antonio J. Gonzales, of Charleston. Beti
tlon for final discharge. M. P. O'Connor pro pet.
Referred to C. G. Jaeger, Esq, registrar, and final
hearing ordered to take place before thc court at
Charleston, on the nth of January next.
Ex parte J. H. Lee, of Marlboro. Ex parte John
M. Waddell. Ex parte Henry S. Crabb, of Marl?
boro. Petitions for final discharge, c. P. Town?
send pro pet. Registrar's report tn riivor of dis?
charge read and continued, and on motion, the
Judge 8lgued, under seal, dual order and certifi?
cate of discharge.
The court renewed i he consideration or the case
or Boy ktu vs. Germania Insurance Company et
al. The court, on motion, ordered that the special
pleas be set aside. Tins was arter hearing full
argument. The court also reruaed to grant mo?
tion that plaintiff give security tor costs, and that
Ute case be suspended unlit security be given.
The court then proceeded to hear testimony in
the case until a late hour at night, and adjourned
without closing testimony.
SOCIAL EQUALITY.-Our sapient legislators,
who are so anxious to give their colored constitu?
ents the power to thrust themselves wherever
they are not wanted, might learn a lesson from
the test caso made some months ago In Washing?
ton as to the right of colored persons to enter
places of amusement. This case was carried to
the Supreme Court, where lt ls now pending. The
point cf the Joke Ls, that Wormlcy, the oolored
man cho mano thc demand Tor admission to the
National Theatre, ls the son or Worraley, the fa?
mous oolored caterer, who will not allow a colored
person to be served In his restaurant at any
price. Now it seera3 to the Washingtonians, as
it seems to us, that the colored people should
themselves desist from discriminating against
their own color in barber shops and restaurants,
before they attempt to prevent the whites from
managing their own business in their own way.
The truth or the matter ls, that the proprietor or
a house of business, white or colored, is the only
groper person to decide who he will and who he
wlU not serve, and this ls, we believe, thc opinion
of aU tho colored people who take the trouble to
think about this huge question of "social equali?
TUB RSV. L. II. SHUCK.-Thc following let?
ter from Mr. Shuck, now pastor of the First Bap?
tist Church, to the ladies of Barnwell, is published
in thc Journal:
Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. J. A. Duncan, and
I have Just received thc valuable present from
thc female members of my church, and I hasten
to express to the generous donors my high ap?
preciation of thc gift, suggested, I know, by thc
warm affection which they cherish for their pas?
tor. The oainiul separation, which sonders the
tiea hitherto existing between mc and my much
loved church, ls felt most keenly by mc, but you
all may be assured that, although called to labor
In another field, my affection for you will still
continue. Indeed, I did not know how much I was
beloved, or how much I loved my dear church,
until the trying scenes of yesterday transpired.
I hope, in the t rovldence of God, that I may be
able to revisit Barnwell and renew the delightful
associations of thc past. May I still ask a place
in your warm sympathies and Christian regards,
and when we have passed through this vale of
tears may we meet In that blessed home above,
where adieus are never 6poken and partings are
unknown. May God bless you, my dear friends,
ls the fervent prayer of your late but ever affec?
tionate pastor, L. H. SHUCK.
SHREDS OF STATE NEWS.-The Sumter Mon?
umental Fair opened on Monday. It is the grand?
est affair of the kind that Sumter has seen.
The Edgefleld Advertiser says : Richard Realf,
the "Englishman,'' carpet-bagger, John Brown
raider, and United States Internal Revenue Asses?
sor for Edgefleld. has resigned his office as as?
sessor, and gone the way "Ward's geese" went.
TuO "poor girl," the "simple Irishman," the
wife of the said Realf, is still in our midst, and is
apparently master of the situation.
Mr. J. Ward Hey ward, late of thc constabulary
force, bas been appointed postmaster at Edge?
Mr. Joel Curry, a native and up to a few years
ago a resident in the Curryton section, of Edgc
Beld County, died of apolexy on Saturday, the
nth instant, at his residence In Decatur County,
Two negro men. Riley Capers and James Ca?
pers, have been lodged in Edgefleld jail for thc
Killing of a third negro man, named Duncan Ken
lerly. The latter was so cut and stabbed, that
loath ensued. This happened at Mr. Stanmore
(Vatson's, on the Ridge, ou Saturday, the 18tu in
Lewis Berry and wife, John Slnglcy and Steve
tferchant, all colored, who have been arrested by
he civil authorities, confess to having perpetrated
ihe murder of Mr. Dunwoody, of Newberry. Thc
vife of Berry went to the depot after the murder
vas Committed, and she and Singley watched,
me on either side of the building, while thc others
>ored Into and entered. No one else, os we learn,
las been Implicated in this confession, and the
mbllc mind may therefore be at rest so far os
he knowledge of who the assassins are. j?
Hotel Arrivals-December ?34.
G. SeUers, Maraville, S. C.; C. A. Clark, W.
L Purvis, J. n. Canborn, C. H. nincks, T. S. Fen,
CewYork; Rev. A. Rogdon, Turkey; L Erbs, J.
JulUvan, Atlanta; C. C. Cole, Boston; T. W. Hogg,
>. M. Sadler, D. J. Walker, South Carolina; Mrs.
?. P. M. Epping, Grahamville; A. H. Barber, Co
umbla; J. C. Gillett, Augusta; John Burke, Dub
In; W. D. Bunting, England; W. J. DeTrevllR;,
)rangcburg; D. Callahan, Savannah; A. D. Wil?
lama, South Carolina; Z. Platt, Aiken.
Henry Sangs, A. P. Black, New York; Dr. John
>. Grlscom, Philadelphia; Samuel B. Arnold,
oaryiand; J. H. Ancrum, Florida; E. Buck, Geor?
gia; A. M. Brightman, Summerville; B. H. lijyt,
it. Andrew's; J. P. Sutton, Baltimore; Francis F.
;ants, Barnwell; -Tames G. Elchberg, New York;
. W. Antlley, D. H. Sally, Orangeburg; J. E. Col?
ins, Georgetown ; Dr. Darvles and wife, W. S.
Lnapp and wife, New York; S. P. Sliver, Claren
lon; J. A. Dupony and lady, Wilmington; R. C.
lOgan, Klngstree; George Chandler and lady,
?avannah; A^N. Robinson, Delaware; P. B. Lan
log, Baltimore; George W. Smith, New York; J.
iorhara, City; J.J. Nettles, South Carolina; S.
larris, Wilmington, S. H. Bryant, Georgia; Chas.
V. Harrington, Philadelphia; W. H. Benuett, New
W. S. Furlon, Chicago; R. H. Dalzell and wife,
nd S. Wood and wife, Pittsburg; A. II. Bend
erne, Savannah; J. P. Bailey, Philadelphia; J. P.
ow, Columbia; Z. W. McKnew, Baltimore; W. K.
ames, New York; L. P. Smith, Christ Church
arish; J. W. Harrison, S. C.
NEW YORK WEEKLY, 7C. per copy, ready
als day at 4>i P. M. Hasel street Bazaar, (oppo
A PECULIAR CHRISTMAS GIFT.-Messrs. J. A
F. Knox wUl sell to-day an invoice of beautiful
ap??ese goods suitable for presents.
ARABS AT $5.-J. R. Read & Co. have this
lorning received throe dozen Arabs, In assorted
dors, which they are offering at $& each; former
rice $6 50. _^ dcc23 2
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
i now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
uslness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
nd. Send your orders. Every merchant and
usincss man should have his card printed on lils
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.-Recollect that a hard
omc set of Furs can be had for $R, $9 aud $10,
rhlch ls fifty per cent, cheaper than thc same
ind can be bought elsewhere. Call and examine
ur yourselves at II. H. WILLIAMS,
HarBazaar, No. 243 King-street,
dcc20 mwfD Opposite the Big Boot.
STITCH! STITH! STITCH!-Messrs. Edgerton
t Richards, the agents for the Wheeler A Wilson
ewing and Button Hole Machines, publish their
ard In THE NEWS this morning. The Wheeler A
rilson machine is in uss in thousands of house
olds, and purchasers will not forget that lt took
ac prize at the Paris Exposition, where there
rere eighty-two competitors, and ?ecelved the
nly gold medal granted to this class of luven
LADIES' AND MISSES' FURS.-C. II. Johnson,
t the Temple of Fashion, No. 26? King street,
as Just opened the largest and finest stock of
'ure ever offered In Charleston. You can find
here the Real Musks, Ermine, Fitch and Astrac?n
eta, from $20 to $100. Also, all of thc lower
rades, from $3 to $15 per set, and will still con
Inue to receive the above goods uutll after New
'ear's. This ls the only place where thc finer
rodes of Furs are kept. Don't fall to go and sec
hem. dec24 fw2
BJrrj ?oods, Ut.
ll R I S T M AS!
NE PLUS ULTRA
We, the undersigned, take espeoial pleasure lu
nnouncing that we will take up stock In a few
ays, and have marked down all our
a well as tho whole of our wen assorted stock of
Especial attention to a fine lot of
At $3, worth $5, must bc sold.
50 pair left of the very ohcap
$3 75, worth $4 60.
FurtcncoTT A BRO..
No. 437 King, corner Calhoun street.
nS?-A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
ats and Trunks. deozi
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postoftlce
at Charleston, for Ute week ending December 23,
1889, and printed ?mciallj in TnB DAILY NKWS,
as thc newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
?y Persons calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they arc "Advertised."
*3~ Otllce honrs from 8 A. M. lo 6>i P. M. On
Sundays, from 5>i to 6K P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
Allsten, Mrs Korest, Mts J C McAltee, Mrs J
Charlott Fraser, Mrs Em- L
Allston, Mrs J L ma McCants, Mrs L
Ansel, Mrs Fripp, Mrs Rev McPallen, Mrs
Armstrong, Mrs W J E Ellen
D Gardner, Mrs McKee, Mrs Geo
Haly, Mrs Ellen Susan McKenzie, M A
Bakemou, Miss Green, Mrs Ann McLivanny,
Emily Gadsden, Mrs E Miss Ii E
Brown, Mrs L O Osbern, Mrs M
Brown, Miss Gaillard, Mrs F R
Lillie Gibbs, Mrs Lucy Oswell, Mrs A B
Breen, Mre Ma- Glover, Mrs II G Pennington,
ry Glenn, Miss M Miss M E
Brown, Miss M Godfrey, Rachel Pershay, Cath
Brown, Miss G Gough, Mrs Cia- ria
Bowles, Mrs rinda Plrknes, Mrs
Marla Godet, Mrs Ann Ann
Bee, Miss A Graham, Miss Parten, Mrs J B
Bell, Miss Julia Cora Poozer, Mrs K C
Burke, Mrs Sa- Graves, Mrs A Prier, Charlott
rah A Pralsley, Mrs E
Burden, Mrs Guevernere, Mrs V
Cathrin Hammond, Mrs Prothro, Miss
Barnes, Miss 0 M duenda
Consey Hayden, Miss E Prince, Mrs Sa
Batemaii, Miss A rah
Dora Hannon, Miss Ramsey, Mrs
Larry, Mrs C Ann Rose
Brown, Mrs R L Happoldt, Mrs Rahdus, Mrs L
Browning, Hrs Wm Rcebuskie, Tr
M P Haipenny, Mre | Est M
Budds, B Randy, Mrs Ma
Bunch, Miss Henderson, Mis9 ry
Theodocla u E Rice, Miss Julia
Burk, Mrs Lou- Hillier. Mrs A J Robinson, Miss
isa How, MrjSS Mary
Barnett, Miss Howard, Mrs s Roberts, Mrs A
Estell Johnston, Mrs M
Branch, Mrs C Edward Ruchh, Mrs C E
A Johnston, Miss Samen, Miss
Cammer and A C Molcy
Children, Mrs Johnston, Sander's, Mrs
Chisholm, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Samuel
O Mary Simons, Mrs
Oarre, Miss C Johnson, Elizabeth
Carmaud, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Simmons, Miss
S Mcalia C B
Campbell, Mrs Jones, Miss Jes-Simons, Mrs EI?
ME se len
Champlin, Mrs Jones, Miss A N Simmons, Mrs .
VC Jones, Mrs Jane Mary
Channels, Mrs Jones, Mrs A M Smith, Mrs E
MJ Jones, Mrs Smlt* Miss Bi?
chase, Mrs Ma-i Amelia nah
ry Jacob?, Mrs Smith, Mrs Lu
Chose, Mrs J A Elizabeth cinda
Chesnut, Miss J Jacobs, Mrs Schmidt, Ursula
Chase, Mrs JU- Rachel Scott, Miss M E
ha A Jackson, Miss Scanlon, Miss M
Cltaper, Mrs JW Salley Seabrook, Miss
Chase, MM Ma- Keely, Mrs Ma-j L
ry ry iSeabrook, Mrs
Claussen, Mrs Keating. Miss M Martha
F W Kenny, Tr Est C Scriven, Miss
Conner, Miss R Kennedy | Sally
C Kelsey, Mrs C C Scarpen, Mrs M
Cole, Mrs Eliza Lawton, Miss Shannuhan,Mrs
Cormier, Miss C M T MD
V Lee, Miss L A Shuly, Mrs Jo
Cochran, Mrs E Lee, Mrs Mary hanna
Cooper, Mrs Lawrence, Mrs Sciers.Mrs Eliza
Nancy H Singleton, Mrs
Corbin, Mrs Levy, Mrs Flor- S
Charlott renee Smith, Mrs Pur
Coalds, Mrs (Levy, Mrs A sey
Martha Legree, Miss M Seiloken, Mrs D
Crocker, Mrs S J Singleton, Miss
A Loral, J
Craig, Mrs C T Mason, Mrs Solke, Mrs An
Crumb, Mrs D Jane nie
Cacatin, Mrs Martin, Mrs Saeleus, Mrs M
Nancy Jane R
Curry, Susan A Miller, Mrs H C Thompson, Ma
D Miller, Mis CO ry Ann
Dalwick. Mrs A Miller, Miss M E Thompson, Miss
Deas, Mrs Eliza Mason, Miss J M Julia
Dally, Mrs Catii- Mackscy.MrsCR Tharln, Mrs J M
ria Mathewes, Miss E
Delano, Mrs AM Tllton, Mrs E V
Nellie Mntthcwes, Mrs Tlmmons, Mrs
Donahue, Miss EJ Lizzie
M Marshall, Mrs F|Turnbull, Mrs
Downs, Mrs W S iTucker, Rosa
A Memde, Mrs Ly- Von Uudleu,
Drayton, Mrs T dla Mrs
U and J Mew, Mrs J R Vestern, Mrs
Edwards, Miss Meato, Miss J Martha
G Mlles, Mrs SUvl- Walker, Mrs M
Edings.Susanah ra Walker, Mrs
Edmondstou, Mitchell, Miss M Tener
Mrs M M Mitchell, Mrs Wall, Miss Katie
Edwards, Mrs Clarinda White, Mrs Julia
Louisa Mitchell, Mrs Whitney, Mrs
Bills, Miss Ret- Leoro Sarah
ty Mitchell, Mrs A Whitney, Miss
Ellis. Mrs S J Mitchell, Mrs Aren
Esttll, Miss S Harriett White. Mrs D O
Evans, Lucy Morts, Mre Oar- Woodworth.Mrs .
Knut, Silvira Une E
Ferrell, Miss Marlarthy, Mrs Williams, Mrs D
Sarah H Williams, Mrs li
Fitchew, Mrs Mungen, Miss Wilson, Mrs
Sarah Sally Mary C A
Ford, Mrs Nan- McAllen, Miss Yates, Mrs F C
cy Mary .
Albert, John Gardner, Hen- O'Neil, Joshua
Adams, John M ry O'Neil, Est P
Alexander, A Carbon, Est O Ouzts, Thos J
Alston, W A Carbon, A Owens, James
Ancrum, Daniel Gaillard, Est G Owens, Alcxan
indcrson, Nel- Gaillard, Est Jas der
sou Gcbekc, John Page, Henry
Anderson. D Gibbs, Wm Passallalguc, J
Mope, Citarles Gordon, Robt R SJ
E Gordon, Gilbert Patterson, JasW
Vctor, Jas E Gorman, James Patterson, Jo
Baike, J ll Gould, A U seph
Harton, A J Grant, Thomas Paririck, JR
Baxter. Amos (col'd) Puul, Joseph M
Barrett, John Glib, Samuel Patterson .t Uo,
Uabrldge, Thos Griswold, John Pickering, John
Beatle, Jos H Plate, Henry
LY'iuest, Au- Griaiu, J W JToiiiBctt, Eat
gust Granger, Capt Paul
Berry, Wm O B Posy, Jesse
Becost, Henry Gries, Thomas Price, Richard
Bcnedlke, N Hage, J W Purely, Wm
Henton, Jos Hum.-, L A tinbin, James C
liinns, Joseph Hames, John C>uackeubush, T
Bingum, Mr llayne, W H G
lllake, Est CL (Trustee) Rnlssnr, Ben
Blumenreich, Hagerruan, H Rathbnu.Hdwiu
Max Hargraves, Ravenel, Il ll
Boston, King John Reid, G A
Hoyle, Churlcs Iletickcu, Hen- Reynolds,
Borneiuann, E ry Townsend
H Hernandez-,Ver- Richardson,
Rowers, John E nacio James (col'd)
noyce, Kst J P Holton, ll Richardson,
lloonc, U A Holms, Sott Jumes R
Brooks, Oscar Holmes, Geo S Rivers, John
Brooks, Edward Holes, John Roach, John
O Holmes, Est Dr Robinson, Bd
Brandford, SE UM ward
Brinsley, Jo- Hopkins, Joan Rosenberg. W
6eph T Rogers, Esl r L
Brodie. Robt C Huxol, ninrlck Rosebrock J 3
Bradford. Wm Hynes, Wm Kugg, il P
Brauch. Thos P Rymer, Master Ryans, John
Brown, Ouarles Qysmlth, Jo- Savage, F
H seph Schroeder, Mr
Brown, John Jamos, Henry Schroder, John
Brown, James Juckson, Bam'l Schmidt, EstJW
Brown, Capt M J Schlichen,J (I L
B Jach?is, John Scott. Est J D
Budd, J D Jefferson, Oeo Scharlock. Alex
Bnse, J H Jessen, Wm ander
Burdell Chil- Jones, R W Scholondorrr, H
dren J E [Jones, John H LA
Butler, John T Jones, T M Scixoa, Est J
[luck, Hcnrlck Johnson, W E Sellers, Geo
Bnnoe, J F Johnson, John Simmons,
Buero, Eman- R Prince A
uel Johnson, L?",simmons, Ucn
Burch. RT I Jr, | ry
Carroll, GJ Kenny, J J Simons, Isaac
[Tarter, Beverly Kencdy, Alec Simons, Est
Carey, Uow & Kencdy, Pat- Simpson, Jesse
Co rick Stnkclair,
Campbell, Est Kencdy, MAJ Charles
Henry Kencdy, Est slngletary.Robt
L'uhll, John John Shepheid, WO
Casey, Eugeney Klemm, John M Siuctlalre, Robt
Campbell, J M Knete, John crt
Camey, John Luven, Solomon So Ca Mutual
Cliisolm, Lau- Lawrance, Life Ins Co
rens Austin Stroug, Charles
Cheater, Nallian Levy, James li
A Legare, James Steele, Est Dr E
Dillon. Theo A Lcsesne, Thoa c
ctuii, james Leland, Dr c u Stevenson, Wm
Cleary, P W Leland, J Llb- Slcdntun, Est C
Conroy, Wm ben J
Collins, Edward Lswts, john R Stall, W O
Cooper, Joseph Lloyd, Wm Stevens, Est C
Cob re, H s Lorano?, Han- H
Corcoran, Jas cary Story, James
Cobla. F Luck ad oe, Jo- Sterling, EJ
Qourtrulc, Dcou- beph Smith, Eugene
tor 1.likens, Est H smith, Lewis
Gonion, Peter LnUcn, J Smith, K
Crovatt, Wm Lyon, Sam't Smith, Harry
Cranston, It 1) Manon, John Smith, Wm G
Crane, Alexan- Markley, John Tarrant, Dr W
der L H
Crane, CG Mutthcwca, W Tale, Simon
Cramer, E li N Terry, S H
L'iews, J M Martin. WS Ther'maiin, P L
DBM Martin. P J Tindall, R W
Dal lington, J T Mahnckc, Hen- Tindall, Dick
Basson, Joseph ry Tioncken, Hcn
Davld, Edward Mnlufins, Hen- ry
David, Albert rick Tiliinghasi.Thos
Davis, T N Madsen, PFC H
Davis, O Marauail, An- Tolly, G F
Dabncy, Wm drew Tobias, Isaac
Dcssimo, Theo Manigault, M C TTescolt, Hst
doro Mel.riens, F Kdw
De Joseph, Est Meyer, A V Troth, Solomon
w v Meyer, Martin Turner, Halton
Deig'iman, P Miller. 0 Valuer, Francis
Idle.r Charles Meenardie, BP V
Downs, Godirey P vanning, WO
Doran, Jas Miller, 127 East Von Oi hlsen,
Dougherty, Est Bay Walsh, Ed
John Miller, Wm mund
Druell, Leon Middleton, Wm Walker, Jesse
Durgan, Joseph Middleton, Walker. Joseph
lt ' Stephen (col'd) -
DutT, Wm Miles, FrancLs Walker, James
Dunn, Wut Ulura, A J Watson and
Dunn, John Mitchel), Henry wHe, S&in'l
Dudley, C F
DnBose, Dr WS
EiiLTliar.lt. C D
KIMS, oeo W
Evcrs, J P C
Finn lek, J I,
Fields, Wm G
Fisher, K O
dren, J S
Forbes A Oo, J T
Freeman, H H
Francis, W H
Morris, Rev W
McDowell. J W
NisRon, J ?
O'Rrlcn, M J
Oelrlch, J C
Oliver, Rev RC
Oldenburg, E n
and James Si?
VT esteem, Est Dr
Ext M L
Wcscoat, S C
White, Wm J
Wise, H W
Wltsell, W W
Willis, Sam'l M
Wilson, R M
Wood, Henry II
Zerbst, Jno D
43~ Persons depositing letters In thc Poetofflce
win please place thc stamp near thc upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead
Letter Offl cc.
Shirts ana -Fnrmsliing ?0000.
SCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION H RACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACK.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACB.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
This Brace, in its peculiar construction, has all
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACE
First. It does not disarrange thc Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot, slip off the shoulders. Third.
There ls less strain on the buttons of thc pants
than with commom Suspenders. Fourth. Bach
section of thc pauls can be adjusted Indepen?
dently. Fifth. By means of the Adjustlble
Back Strap a gentle or powerful bruce can be ob?
tained. Sixth. It attaches to the pants at the
same points that the ordinary Suspender does.
For. sale by
Dealer In the Celebrated Star Shirts and Men's
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
Sole Agent foi the above Brace In Charleston, S. C.
PR I OE!
LIFE INSWRANCE COMPANY.
Issues all kinds of Life and Endowment Poll
lies. 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 for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
WILLIAM M. COLE, Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, second floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted through
Dut the State.
Apply lu person or by lotter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, JR., ?
General Agent for South Carolina.
J uly 12 mwfiinios
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1850.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASU DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PER CENT,
I'ollccs in force.$25,000,000
Innual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper.iFrrra of Harper A Bros., cx
Mayor New York.
Tonn J. Crane, President Bank Republic^
A'm. M. Verinllye, Banker, (Vermilye A Co.)
Jhas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
ilon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgun, Banker.
I'homas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Itenj. B. Sherman, Trcumtror New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
[Uchard IL Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
?:. V. Uaughwout, Firm K. V. llaughwout A Co.
Win. Wilkeus, Firm ol' WTlkcns A Co.
luliue ll. Pratt, Merchant.
?m. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant
William Allen, Merchant.
Seo. W. Cuylcr, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Seo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire insur?
lohn G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Plfth Avenue and
Eld ward IL Wright, Newark, N. J.
Seo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM Si ISSERTEL,
General Agenta fer South Carolina and Georgia
Oilicc No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C.
Dr. T. RKENSTJKRNA, Examining Physician.
IP YOU WANT LmiUGRAI'II CHECK
COUKU; or Lithographing done in flue style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Retel,
Charleston, S. C. dOCl4fimos
Q ANARIES ! CANARIES! CANARIES
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Just Imported from Germany, f>00 first-class
Singing CANAUIKS, GOLDFINCHES, Ac.; also, a
lot of Fancy Cages. For sale, for a short time
only, at No. 195 King street, Charleston.
O! FOR CHRISTMAS.
KLEIN'S CHEAP FRUIT STORE Is the place
where all are pleased. Everything ls found there
in the best order and at the most reasonable
charges. Hts finest Binging 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 thc lowest rates. Go and see
KLEIN'S CHEAP FRUIT STORE,
dec22 3 King street, above Liberty.
M A S CHEER.
"BUT ONCE A YEAR!"
THE RICHEST AND THB NICEST
In the City, always on hand or made to order at
Jellies, Ac. Ac.
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
No. 124 KING STREET, NEAR QUEEN STREET.
Q II RIST M AS GOO D S.
FRENCH CHINA, AT IMPORTER'S COST.
DINNER SETS, TEA SETS, CHAMBER ^SETS,
In White and Gold Band.
Also, FLAIN WHITE DINNER PLATES. Break?
fast Tea and Dessert Plates, Cups and Saucers,
Tea Pots, Sugars, Creams, Flat Dishes, of all sizes,
Turrcens, and every article to make up and re?
pair sets, not only for Christmas, but the whole
year-a rare opportunity.
R, H. MCDOWELL,
For thc Importer,
dec21 4_King, corner of Liberty street.
^ T No. 215 EAST BAY.
FOR SALE BY
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR
500 bbls. Prime NORTHERN APPLES
Red Baldwins, Spitz, Twenty Ounce, GUIs
50,000 Florida Oranges
30,000 West India Oranges
20,000 Ruatan and Baracoa Cocoanuts
100 boxes Messina and Palermo Lemons
100 boxes Layer Raisins, quarters, halves and
60 kegs Malaga Grapes
15 cases Assorted Smyrna Figs, in baskets,
layers, drums, >?, X and 1 tt> boxes
10 frails Compressed Dates
60 bbls Fresh Nuts
Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils, Filberts, Al?
75 cases Assorted Goblet and Tumbler Jel?
800 boxes "Astonishing Surprise" Candy
OOO boxes Keller's Favorite Package Candles
20 boxes Red and White Rock Candy
50 boxes Assorted Stick and Lump Candy.
Fruits in Syrup
Ginger and Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar, Ac, Ac.
A Fresh Cargo of BANANAS, PINES, Ac,
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES.
Q. R E A T BARGAINS
TO BE HAD FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS IN
TOYS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
FANCY BOXES, NOTIONS, &c.
Al GOUTEVENIER BROS.,
Successors to A. Hiing,
dcc2l 4 _No. 237 King street.
Once sahl if we only knew where the resident
citizens made tliolr purchases there wc should get
well served. To such we ofTer
The ladies Who desire thc latest styles of fash?
ionable Head Dressing, Curls, Chignons IT
Braids, Go lo M. A A. ASHTON.
The gentlemen who desire to be presentable In
Adonis ature, Tor Wigs,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
All who desire thc 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 one who desires good Bair Brushes or
Combs, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Of necessity ult who require a good Tooth
Brush, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For genuine Talc dc Venls, all must
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Hair Dyes and Regenerators, nearly all
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
In fact, all who require genuine goods from the
following houses :
Society Hygi?nique, ] . Balloy'9, | .
Lubln's, ~ Atkinson's, g
Cowdray'a, ea GosncHl's, i
Fiver, I Lowe A Sons, \ ?
Guorlaln, o Yardloy, J
Henry A Dernarson, J Rowlands A Sons, <~
Gowland, J ?
As also, Vents Goods In their line from every
reputable manufacturer In the States,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON,
No. 240 King street,
Five doors from Market street,
ii ne ^rls:_
TUE UASEL STREET BAZAAR,
(OITOSITE TUE 8YNA?00VB,,
OailOMOS! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS!
CHROMOS I CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
CHROMOS! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
Tho lu.-gcst assortment of
Ever seen lu Charleston.
P BI 0 E PROM
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY CUNTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
?S- The Public arc invited to call and ex?
am inc dcc21
UT K ? U "F M~A ?,
No. 25 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES Of every description,
ria: Uncurrcnt Bank Notas, State, City and Rail?
road stocks, Bonds and Coupons,bought and sold
on c mml?sioo.
GOLD AND SILVER COIN.
Orders sohcited and promptly executed.
Prices Current Issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously to any point on application a-i above.
Attention given to thc purchase and s.i'.e of
Real LV.utc. decl3 uiwf MaOSDAO
Junction Sales--(El)is LDap.
By J. & W. KNOX,
No. 150 Meeting street.
JAPANESE GOODS, SUITABLE FOR
Will sell at their Store, Tills DAY, commencing
at 12 o'clock.
An Invoice of Beautiful Japanese FANCY BOX?
ES, Watch Chains. Kites, Ac. <lec24
By WM. McKAY~
FURNITURE OF A FAMILY LEAVING
THIS DAY, Friday, at 10 o'clock, at No. 130
COOKING STOVES, Christmas Presents, Ac.
By J. & Vf. KNOX
ELEGANT SELECTION OF RICH AND
Desirable Article-', suited for Holiday Gifts.
We will sell THIS EVENING, at No. 219 King
street, near Market,
The following magnificent collection of Fancy
DRESSING CASES, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
Chess, Backgammon and Cribbage Boards, Work,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Willow Baskets
and Chairs, Opera Glasses. Card Cases, Powder
Boxes, Jewelry, Soap, Perfumery, and a variety
of superior articles designeu for presents.
Terms cash._ dec24
By MILES BRAKE.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, TOYS, HATS,
THISMORNINO.atlOoiclock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
2-1 Heavy OVEKCOATS
24 Fine Frock Coats
60 Casslmerc and Satinet Sack Coats
24 Cassimere and Fancy Vests
260 pairs Casslmerc and Satinet Pants
NUBIAS, Scaris, Hoods, Child's Wool Bootees,
Ladles' Black Cloth Sacks, Misses' and Children's
Balmoral Hose, Ladies' and Gent's Holsery, Lace
Handkerchiefs, Berlin and Kid Gloves, Wax Dolls,
Fancy boxes, Rubber Balls, Toy Sleighs, Finger
Rings, Linen Thread, Crowley Spool Thread, Ac.
26 cases, 150 dozen, Men's and Boy's Felt and
Wool HATS. * dec24
Unction Sales--.future Saris.
. By LOWNDES & ORIMBALL.
RESIDENCE, ARCHDALE STREET.
Will be sold, TUESDAY, January 4th, 1870, at
thc Old Poetomce, nt li o'clock,
That elegant BRICK RESIDENCE, on the west
side of Archdale street, one door north of Maga?
zine street, known as No. 21. The House contains
six large upright rooms, pantry, dressing rooms,
Ac, with double piazzas to the South. Lot meas?
ures about 50 feet front by about 150 feet deep.
Terms-One-third cash: balance In one and two
years, scoured by bond and mortgage. Property
to be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. dec24fwthtu 4
By LOWNDES & G RIM BALL.
LOTS IN SUMMERVILLE.
Will be sold, on TUESDAY, January 4th, 1870,
at i he old Postofllce. Charl ton, at ll o'clock,
Four fine BUILDING LOIS In the Town of Sum?
merville, within a few minutes walk of the dep"*,
measuring four acres each.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage. Purchas?
ers to pay for pupers aad stamps.
Plat may be seen at our office. dec24f2tu 1
By permission of Hon. Ocorge Buist, Judge
of Probate, will bc sold at Public Sale, on WED?
NESDAY, the 5th day of January next, at thc
plantation of the late S. w. williams, St. James',
All thc HORSES, Mules, Cattlc,1 nogs, Sheep.
Wagons, Cart, Blacksmith's Tools, Household
Furniture, Corn, Peas, Fodder and other Provi?
sions and movables-thc property of the said In?
testate. FREDHRlCK CONNER,
By virtue of a decree of thc Court of Common
Pleas, for the Fourth Circuit of the State of
South Carolina, sitting in Equity In the case of
Morris K. Jesup, et al, vs. the Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, et al, will be
sold at Public Auction, at thc door of the Court?
house lu Wilmington, In thc state of North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
6lh day of January, 1870,
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 everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all the rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as sot forth ami more particu?
larly described In the several mortgages men?
tioned In the proceedings.
The terms of the sale are cash ; the bonds of the
Company secured by thc mortgages mentioned
In the report of the special referee, and filed In
the case, to bc accepted from the purchaser pro
rata as part payment In the order of priority es?
tablished by the report; provided that the same
rateable proportion of cash be paid In for the
other bonds of the same grade of priority not In
1 The, hands of thc purchaser; and provided, also,
that sufticlent cash be paid In to cover costs,
charges and expenses of sale: the purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
. Special Referee.
Charleston, 16th November, 1869.
By virtue of a decree of thc Court of Equity of
thc Contitv of New Hanover, of the State of
North Carolina, In the case of Morrl? K. Jesun,
et ul, vs. thc Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company, et al, Michael Cronley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed by the Cont, will sell at
Public Auction, at thc door of the Courthouse,
in Wilmington, in thc State of North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., ou WEDNESDAY, thc 5th
day of January. 1?70,
All that portion nf the WILMINGTON AND MAN?
CHESTER RAILROAD which lies within Hie State
of North Carolina, with all the rolling stock, equip?
ments, depots, workshop?, materials and every?
thing thereunto pertaining, together with all the
rights, privilege*, franchises and appurtenances,
aa sel forth and more particularly described In
the several mortgsges mentioned in the pro?
Terms of sal" are cash.
Thc bonds of th?said Company, secured by the
three llrst mortgages, to wit: Thc mortgage to
Edward Sandford, dated May 1, 1861; thc second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March 1.
1*53, und thc mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated the 12lh of April, 1866, shall bc accepted In
full a? part payment, according to the priority of
said mortgages; und thu bonds of thc said Com?
pany, secured by the mortgage to thc said Morris
K. Jesup, shull tie accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment in the order or priority established in s;ild
mortgage. M. CRONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington, N. C. novia tufiswl
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
In Fine Stvle and ut Reasonable Rates, go to
" EDWARD PERRY,
No. 165 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. <lecl4 6mos
C H U P E I N ,
OFFICE NO. 275 SINO STKKJET,
IP YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING und COPYING INK
combined, go to
No. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, s. c. decl4_6mos_
J~ ?T S T RE C ? I VED
G 0 U T EV E NI E R URO T H E R 6,
?l'001-S?OKd TO A. ILLINO,
FELT CARPETING IX yards wide,
QT?TH INO, TAI L O R I ? G
F U R N [SUING GOODS.
MENKE A MULLER,
No. 325 Kl NU STItKET,
Three Doors below Liberty street.
Havo just, received and opened a large and line
assortment of Men's Youths'and Roy S CLOTH?
ING. FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Suits,
White and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, A".,
English and Domestic Hair Hose, Alexanders
and Coiivialer's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin.
Calfskin: Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen and Paper Collara, Cravats,
Neck Tics, Pockot Handkerchief, Suspenders,
Also a large and well assort?d stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSIMERE, DOESKIN. BEAVER
CLOTH, A e., a large variety of the new style Panta
un! Yest Patterns, which ive offer to sell by piece,
yard or pattern, or moko up into gai meats by
measure, in thc latest styles.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
ami prices marked very low, lu plain figures.
Being coundon', that we can oifer Inducements
unequullcd by a:iy other house, we solicit buyers
in our line to giveim a call before purchasing
All orders will receive our prompt and very
Entire satisfaction ls guaranteed,
Auction 9aUo~~i;iiinrc Elane.
Bj D. C PEIXOTTO & SON.
VALUABLE REAL .'.STATE AT
Dy virtue of nn order of sale, to me directed, by
tho Hon. Georges. Bryan, Judge of LJie United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina. I will offer for sale at pabilo Auction,
on MONDAY, the 3d day or January, 1870, at the
Courthouse, in the City of Columbia, at 10
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OP LAND,
with the building and all bricks and material re?
maining thereon, situate, lying and being In the
City of columbia, and situate aforesaid, and des?
cribed in a conveyance thereof, from John J.
Klnslcr, to Benjamin F. Evans A Harvey Cogs?
well, dated the 29th day or August A. D., 1868,
ES??. *5 J.n ,the Mcanc Conveyance office.
Richland District, in Book B. p. 420. as all that
Piece, Parcel or Tract of Land, containing three
acres and a half of an aore or land, be the same
more or less, situated in the City or Columbia,
and bounded on the north by Lady street, and on
the south by Gervais street, and on the west by
Huger street, and on the east In part, by Pulaski
street, and In part by Hannah and Amelia BUSK'S
The same to be sold free from all hen or encum?
Terms of Sale-One third cash; balance on a
credit or one, two and three years, scoured by
bond er purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum from the day of sala,
payable annually, and mortgage or premises.
Purchaser to pay assignee for paper? and stamps.
Q. HERBERT SASS,
Assignee or Evans k Cogswell.
OFFICE OF THE REOISTRAR IN BANKBOTTOT, \
CHARLESTON, S. C. \
Pursuant to the order or the courfln the absve
case, notice ls hereby given to all creditors claim?
ing any lien upon the property above described,
to come In and prove their claims, before me, on
or berore the first Monday in January, A. D., 1117?.
In default thercor to bc forever barred from aaa
of the same. JULIUS C. CARPENTER,
decl3 mwfio Registrar.
QUctionms' ^vivale Sales, Ut.
By HUTSON LEE.
HICKORY HILL PLANTATION, containing
4000 acres, more or less, of which about 800 acres
are cleared. This place ia situated 44 miles from
Charleston, on the old State Road; ii healthy all
the year, and the lands are flrst-claasTor growing
cotton and provisions. The Plantation ls thor?
oughly settled, with a residence or 6 rooms,
lathed and plastered, with fire places in eaoa,
ginhouse and screws, barns, accommodations ror
50 operators, and, in fact, all housings neces?
sary to a first-class Cotton Plantation.
To any party desiring to embark in planting
operations a desirable Investment ls bere offered.
Terms made to suit purchasers.
Apply at No. 2 Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
dec2l tuf4 Dsc
SALE BY TRUSTEES, UNDER ATJ
TH0R1TY OF THE COURT OP EQflTY.
AT PF I VATE SALE?
AN ELEGANT MANSION AND SPLENDID
Will be sold at Private Sale that elegant HOUSE
at the corner or Blake and Drake streets, with al
the surrounding gardesaand spscions grounds.
This ls one or the mom complete and beautiful
establishments In Charleston, commanding a fina
view or the harbor, and embracing a largs extent
or grounds, thickly set with trees or every de?
scription, forest, fruit and flowers, au selected
and disposed with the utmost care and taste.
The House ls large and commodious, containing
fourteen rooms, admirably arranged, with doubl?
piazzas on the south, with a fine largs Kitchen
and all other necessary outbuildings.
In additisn to this, there is another Dwelling
House on the prenitsds, situate on the northeast
corner, suitable for a sBoall family.
The Lot measures four hundred (400) feet front
on Drake street by about two htrsdrod and eighty
(280) feet In depth on Blake street.
To any person wishing to establish himself in
a handsome residence, with a fins garden and
spacious walks and grounds, the above property
presents a rare opportunity.
A body of MARSH LAND, on the east or Bay
street, separated from the above property by Bay
street, embracing BLT hundred (OOO) feet front
north to south by three hundred (300) feet front
east to west, on the west sids of the Northeastern
Railroad. Also, another body or Marek Laad,
lying east or said road, containing - fast.
For further particulars and terms andy ts
WARDLAW A I AREW.
Purchasers to pay W. k C. for papers.
-funen ?oo?s, Ut.
FRENCH. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN EXTRACTS.
Toilet Sets, Ac., Ac
Hair, Tooth, Cloth sud Nail BRUSHES
Ivory, Shell and Buffalo Combs
Jean Marie Farina
AIMA R'S PREMIUM COLOGNE WATERS.
At AIMAR'S, No. 40? King,
deo20 13 Corner Vandorhorat street.
QOMPLETE SETS OF FINE CUT CLASS
DECANTERS, WINES, CHAMPAQHB8,
Cordials, Floger Bowls, Tumblers and Ooblets,
FOR SALK BT
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN A 00.,
No. 2A5 King Street, corner Beaufaln.
LTLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.
HAVE FOR SALB
LEATHER RETICULES, TRAVELLING BAOS,
Purses, Pocketbooks and Portemonnaies, suitable
for Christmas Presents, at
No. 255 KING STREET, CORNER .1 EA UK A IN.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES?
CHATELAINS, VEST CHAINS.
Brooches, Earrings, Slcovc Buttons, Studs, Ac.?
FOR SALE DT
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN k CO.,
No. 205 King Street, corner Beaufaln.
TT71XLIAH G. WHILDEN ? CA.
Have for the Hobdays a rich assortment or
VASES, TOILET SETS, CUPS AND SAUCERS,
And Fancy Goods.
Nc 2?5 KING STREET, CORNER BEA?TALN.
QILVEB TABLE RINGS,
FRUIT KNIVES SUGAR SPOONS,
And a variety or Fancy Silver ror the Holidays,
FOR SALE UT
WILLIAM 0. WniLDEN A CO..
No. 25 5 King Street, oorner neanfaln.
ARLYN, WEDGEWOOD. HAVR?.
FRENCH CHINA AND GRANITE-WA RB,
AND IN BVBRT VARIBTY, FOB SALE BT
WILLIAM 0. WHILDEN A CO?,
No. 255 King Street, corner BeaufaltL.
ILVER AND PLATED TEA SETS,
RITTER DISHES, CORDIAL STAND8,
Castors, cups, Strawberry Dishes, Ao., Ac,
BN EXHIBITION AND FOR SALB AT
WILLIAM 0. WHII.DBN A CO?'8,
No. '??? Klag Street, oorner Beaufala.