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CHRISTMAS MAILS.-The postoffice will only
be opea for the delivery of mails to-day between
the hjprs of ?J? and os P. M.
THE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office is
now printing bill-heads In the best style and on
flne paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
MURDER IN FLORENCE.-A colored man
named Arthur Mclntirc. was stabbed at Florence,
S. C., on the 21st, by Ezra M. Davis, white, or
Marion County. Mclutire lived but twenty-four
hours after the occurrence. Davis was promptly
arrest Sd, but gave bonds tor his appearance at
the next term of court.
"THERE'S REST TOR THE WEARY.'-The City
Railway Company, with commendable liberality,
have issued an order announcing to thc public
that the ears Will be laid up on Christmas, and
the drivers, condi; ;tors and all employees and at?
taches have one day's freedom from the thraldom
of their usual routine.
THE BIG FIS?? AGAIN.-Tho grampus or
whale captured by C. Spark and C. Gadsden, two
colored fishermen, in the Ashley River some time
since, has been carefully skinned and stuffed by
Mr. W. R. Freeman, an experienced taxidermist,
and will be on exhibition at Roddin's Stables in
Meeting street, below Wentworth. About two
barrels ol oil were secured when the fish was cut
np. Professor Holmes kindly lent the fishermen
much valuaoe assistance In the preservation of
THE CltlCKET ON THE HEARTH Went Off |
very ?mioothiy last night, wanting only a fuller
houstrxo make lt os successful as could bc de?
sired. The holiday season had most to do with
the small attendance, but the confusion worse
confounded in King street Interfered with thc
comfort or the* audience. We are glad, there?
fore, to be able to state authoritatively that
Mayor Pillsbury will not allow the blowing of
trumpets or the making of any other noise In the
vicinity of the Academy, and has ordered the
^immediate arrest of any person who may disre?
gard this prohibition.
CHRISTIANITY IN TURKEY.-The Nestorlan
presbyter, Rev. Arthur Bogden, wUl preach to?
morrow morning in Circular Church, Rev. W. H.
Adams, pastor; in the afternoon, at half-past 3
o'clock, in the First Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Dr. Forrest, pastor, and at night, at half-past 7
o'clock, In the Second Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Dr. Smythe, pastor. Subject-"The Sufferings
and the Persecutions of the Christians In Turkey.'
In each of these churches a collection will be
taken In aid of the suffering women and children
of the Cretan christians, banished to Greece by
their Turkish oppressors.
TH* LITTLE MAJOR.-One of thc prominent
attractions on the streets yesterday, that drew
even the attention or those bent on Christmas
preparations, was the grotesque appearance of
little Major Fickling, the warrior cf the period.
The soldierly deportment of this little son of Mars
wa3 enhanced by a trim uniform of Confederate
gray, In which cause the gallant Major had won
his laurels. Though small In statue, be carried
the weapon of a Collah, and handled lt tn a man?
ner to elicit the plaudits of an admiring crowd.
Where Bissel! &Co., the sponsors of the major,
obtained the fowling piece he so proudly bore
lt ls dLl%eult to say, but as a peripatetic adverti?
sing medium, he was an undoubted success.
FIRE.-About a quarter-past 4 o'clock yes?
terday morning, a Arc was discovered in thc
building known as Fordham's Hall, and though
the alarm was quickly given, the firemen were
unable to prevent the destruction of the property.
The building was occupied by F. W. Elfe as a
grocery store and residence, and everything was
safe when he retired. The alarm awoke him about
4 o'clock, and on descending he found the back
door open and the fire In the rear of the store. It
spread with such rapidity that he was barely able
to remove his family, and saved nothing. Thc
building was owned by Mr. C. Meyers, or Summer?
ville, and was insured In Mr. Z. B. Oakes' office.
The stock and furniture were also Insured, the
former In Messrs. Colbnrn A Howell's agencies.
The origin of the fire ls noknown, but lt was evi?
dently the work of ^n incendiary.
CRUMBS.-A detachmeut of United States
troops left for Florida last night on the City Point.
The coroner's Inquest over Maurice Ball, the
colored man whose body was found floating in
Ashley River, ls still progressing.
A fight occurred on East Bay on Thursday af?
ternoon between two men, who mangled each
other's countenances considerably with their
The Chlcora Cornet Band have received their
instrumenta through Messrs. Zogbanm A Young.
The tootists were abroad last night, and the
discordant harmony would have delighted a Mon
Some enterprising character has established a
"merry go round'' on a vacant lot on Calhoun
street tj^at will be well patronized by thc little
gamins of that section. It ls furnished with a
score of horses, and the aspiring equinauts can
have a round of enjoyment at a small outlay.
VON SAKTEN'S Music Box.-None of the vast
crowds that have thronged Von Santen's store
for the past few weeks hare failed to noUcc the
magnificent music box that formed one of the
principle attractions to the bazaar. The Hst of
chances ls now full, and as the raffle is announc?
ed for Monday next, all whose names are on the
list are requested to come forward and do their
beet endeavors to win the box. The raffling will
. be conducted op the fairest way known. Tickets
marked with the number of chances will bc put
in one receptacle, and an equal number of blanks,
one. of which is inscribed "Music Box," will bc
placed In another. The boxes will bc presided
over by two small boys, and the drawing from
each box or hat be simultane?os, and as the
ticket marked mosle box la drawn, the number
drawn from the other box at the same time will
be that which will give the lucky holder a
handsome Christmas box.
RKPORTE'D CONSPIRACY IN BARNWELL.
The Augusta Chronicle mentions a report that a
party of negroes In Barnwell County, names un?
known, bad conspired to monler a planter in that
section named Ashley. IQ order to carry out this
plan they intended to make a raid on the barn of
Mr. Ashley, and then when the owner came out
to see what was the matter, they would have an op?
portunity of shooting him without being detected.
From some canse or other, however, the secret
of the murderers, Uke the secrets of all conspira?
tors, was betrayed, and Mr. Ashley was informed
of the dbbeme laid against his life, and took mea?
sures to provide for hui safety. Accordingly on
the night when the attack was to be made, Mr.
Ashley's son stationed himself, armed, near the
barn In ambush. Not long after the young man
had placed himself in wait, the negroes arrived
on the ground and made an attack on the
barn door. Whilst they were trying to force
it open young Ashley fired on the gang, struck
one of their number, and the rest of the would-be
murderers took to their heels.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COIKT-COLVMBIA,
DECEMBER 23-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.
The United States vs. J. B. Glass, n. ia, $2228 SO.
Ordered that P. W. McMaater, attorney for John
Meighan and John Caldwell, executors, have leave
to enter up a new execution to substitute the lost
The United State* vs. twenty-six wooden boxes
of tobacco. Forteiture for viol Alon internal reve?
nue laws. Ordered that the register of court ao
pay to A. H. Monteith thc sum or $2s218 as in?
former in said canse; and to A. S. Wallace, collec?
tor of Eastern district, the sum of $J?2 18 for the
use of the United States.
The United States vs. twenty barrels distilled
spirits, one distillery and appurtenances, claimed
by W. H. Stack. Information for forfeiture. A
verdict or not guilty having been rendered In the
above entitled cause, ordered that the property
be released to the claimant, W. H. Stack, upon
his giving bond In the som or $5O0O, conditioned
for the faithful return of sahl property or the
value thereof, if the verdict and ruling of the
court should be reversed. This order 19 taken
without prejudice to the rights or either party.
The court and Jury were occupied with the ouse
of Boykln vs. Insurance Company until 3 o'clock,
when the court took a recess tm T o'clock. At "
o'clock, thc court resumed the consideration of
tho epse, and the testimony was not closed till a
late hour, when adjournment was had till to-mor?
row, 10 o'clock.
In tile Street?-The Shops and the Shop?
pers-The Street Cars-The Markets
Street Hucksters-Cutting Christmas
Trees-Scenes in thc Churches-A "Word
for the Poer, ?Sic.
Though yesterday came in with a leaden
sky ami an atmosphere, uncomfortably raw, it
was easy to see, from thc moventcntson all sides,
that it WES no ordinary day. At an early hour
thc streets were filled with people, all anxious to
procure some luxury for meir loved ones. All
were cay? smiling and happy, front the benign
grandsire to thc little prattler by his side, and all
apparently intent upon thc same errand. Green?
backs were brought from some hidden recess, and
thc secret hoard was spent iu procuring some
long coveted Christmas gift. It was evident that
thc vast host or buyers who thronged the stores
during the day were convinced that "it was far
more blessed to give than to receive," and then
purchases woo made with a liberal baud and
without a thought of self. "All cares were Tor
gotten, and the only business that engaged the
attention was to make a selection from thc nu?
merous articles that were presented in lavish pro?
I ON KING BTOlsr.
This, the great emporium of fashion, and thc
favorite haunt of Santa Claus, was the centre of
attraction, and was thronged with a happy
crowd of all ages, classes, colors and conditions,
eager to exchange their currency for Christmas
gifts. Thc toy stores were soon transformed into
miniature Babels, where lt was a vain effort to
keep quiet, and almost impossible to be heard.
Everybody wished to purchase and was not will?
ing to bide his time. The numerous clerks were
kept busily employed! but it was a libor of love
into which all entered with a zest that made
shopping for once a pleasure to both parties.
Von Santen's, Kinsman's, Fleming's, Ward's, and
the other toy and confectionery stores along the
6treet were prepared for the occasion, and pre?
sented to their bewildered customers an array of
plain, fancy and useful articles that far exceeded
any similar display that has been made for years.
Toys, however, were not the only attraction, the
o'der and the wiser heads remembered the Christ
mas dinner, and devoted some of their time to
the pnrchase of the- necessary groceries, while
others were busily employed in procuring an out?
fit fy the New Year at the different clothing
and dry goods stores. From Line street to the
Battery the streets presented a busy appearance,
entirely consistent with the Joyous Christmas
ON THE STREET CARS.
These were immensely popular, and were
crowded with parties whose purchases had been
completed, or with those who were on their way
to the busy mart of Santa Claus. The platforms
were occupied by packages of every description,
which were watched with a tender solicitude by
the little passengers. Each trip was a success, as
fractional currone* was at a discount, and ten
cents too trifling a sum to be saved.
IN THE MARKETS.
TJie markets were supplied with more than their
usual fare, but all in abundance. Game was plen?
tiful and the prices reasonable. Thc first market,
where the feathered tribe are kept, was the most
popular, and the loud remonstrances of the
geese, turkeys, ducks and fowls, showed plainly
that they did not appreciate the summary fate
that was in store for them. No Christmas dlnucr
ls perfect without a turkey, and the gobblers
were gobbled np by anxious customers
who feared they might lose thi3 delicacy.
Geese and ducks came next on thc list, while
the fowls were reserved for ordinary occasions.
Meats of different kinds were displayed
In tempting profusion, beef, mutton and pork pre?
dominating ; but thc more savory venison was
found at many attractive stalls. Farther on the
vegetable market attracted attention, and theoW
maumas, in their Christmas turbans, anxiously
solicited thc passers to purchase. Their stalls
were filled with everything that was In or out of
season that could be procured for a Christmas
dinner, and their appeals were not unheeded.
The fruiterers had each converted their stands
Into green booths, where apples, oranges and
bananas were suspended from boughs of pine or
Christmas bush, which shadowed their stock.
Still further on the shrill cry of "eyestcr" denotes
that the fish market has its claims on the Christ?
mas purse, while the numerous tables spread for
the freedmen sent up savory odors that were by
no means disagreeable. Throughout the et'tire
length of the market the moving throng had ap?
parently but one object-Christmas was coming, a
good dinner was a necessity, and It must be ob?
These formed an Important part of the body cor?
porate on this occasion, and certainly succeded
in making themselves hearg. In every portion of
the city their shrill voices, calling their stock in
trade, rose loud above the din of drays and other
city noises. These Itinerant Venders were mostly
strangers, and had visited the city for the pur?
pose of raising money by thc sale of their pro?
duce, which consisted principally of wood, pota?
toes and game. Their prices were far below
those asked lu the markets, and they soon effect?
ed an exchange, which filled their pockets and
sent them on their way rejoicing.
In the suburbs a number of persons were en?
gaged in cutting aud preparing Christmas trees,
and thc green boughs that were borne through
thc streets were signs that the good old custom
was still in force, and the trees would soon be in
a position to produce Christmas fruits.
AT THE CnURCnES,
More especially the Catholic, Episcopal and Lu?
theran, the younger members of thc congrega?
tions were preparing the Christmas decorations,
and their nimble fingers were employed in twin?
ing thc evergreens Into thc proper shapes.
Wreaths, garlands and festoons were 60on form
ex!, and letters of living green informed the wor
hippers that unto them "a Saviour was born
who would take away the sins of the world.'1
From early morn to dewy eve the streets aud
-tores presented the same animated appearance,
t; d lt was sot until a late hour that the purchases
vere concluded, the preparations made, and the
busy throng retired to dream of the coming
A PANDEMONIUM OF NOISE.
The confusion of tongues at Babel must have
caused a war of words by no means harmonious;
but a proper idea of genuine, well-authenticated
discord can only bc formed by those persons who
ve ?tured on King street last night. Bauds of men
aud boys, botli white and colored, in grotesque and
fantastic costumes, paraded thestreetsand made
night hideous by repeated blasts on honi3 and
trumpets of all sizes, shapes aud sounds. To add
if possible to thc confusion, the prohibition of
Mayor Pillsbury was completely Ignored, and fire?
works of all descriptions were freely exploded
along thc street. The revellers had complete pos?
session of thc street, and marched and counte:
marched from George to Queen, blowing lustily,
and varying that enteriainment with an occa?
sional fusilade of fireworks. The neighborhood
of thc Academy of Music was chosen as
the rendezvous of the different bands, and
the uolse made ia that locality was so
aggravatingly loud that lt was heard lu thc
auditorium, and destroyed much of thc plea?
sure reit In listening to the play. The police were
out in full strength, but were powerless, as the
crowd was In a boisterous mood, and surged
around in such a manner ns to prevent any ar?
rests. Severs.! desperate charges were made at
some parties, whose countenances were evidently
borrowed for the occasion, but each sortie only
caused a scatteration and a suddeu disappear?
ance of what might bc considered even the sus?
picion of a mask. The crowd was in a thorough
good humor, and the shoppers who thronged the
stores or flied slowly along the sidewalks, seemed
to appreciate the spirit of fun that camed the
loud display or hilarity. Christmas comes but
once a year, but this season it has been announc?
ed tu onr usually quiet city with more clamor
and din than for years past, lt would be draw
it rather mild to say, that thc advent was audi
wrrn THE roon.
At this Season the widow and thc orphan, thc
poor and the dist: essed, suffer the most and ap
peal most earnestly to our charity and compas?
sions. No man will enjoy Christmas the less for
the knowledge that he has helped to make the
day happy for some destitute woman or orphan
child, aud at this season a small sacrifice will
enable our people to accomplish a vast amount of
good. The Fuel Society alfords an admirable
c'jannel through which a most timely and accep?
table Christmas gift may be bestowed upon the
poor-with thc absolute certainty that lt will
reach none but the most needy and deserving.
This and other kindred and equally meritorious
societies, just now especially, invoke the aid of
ihe charitable, and it will bc remembered that
every addition to their funds increases their
power tn relieving those whom they have taken
In their kindly charge. These societies, these
representatives of the poor, whom Christ loved,
must not ask in vain, and In their name we ask
for al; that each citizen can spare, all-however
little-tliat each can afford to give.
Some of the policemen who kept watch and
ward over our good city last night, became deeply
nffectcd at the solemnity of the occasion, and
gave vent to their feelings in tumultuous bursts
of emotion. One Individual who had been evi?
dently seeing a man, was discovered gracefully
entwined on a :tmp post at a prominent corner.
He was kindly taken in charge by some of the
star troupe, and ambled off, occupying a larger
portion of the sidewalk than his beat entitled him
to. To tue credit of Charleston, however, lt must
bc said, that few persons were seen In the streets
at any time yestordaywho were unable to navi?
gate. The worshippers at the shrine of Bacchus
must have held themselves In reserve, or have
been contented with lighter wafts than usual.
Several erratic Individuals, who were slightly mel?
low, varied the noisy entertainment of the even?
ing by some capital imitations of an Indian war
whoop, but this was considered only a natural ex?
uberance of spirits fomented by the occasion.
CHRISTMAS AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Christmas will be celebrated to-day at thc Acade?
my of Music by two performances, so that the
ladies ard the children, as well as the sterner sex,
will have an opportunity or witnessing either or
both of two of the most attractive plays ever put
on the boards.
The Old Toymaster will hold his reception at 2
o'clock in the afternoon, when thc "Cricket on
the Hearth" will be performed. For the ladies
and children there could not be a more pleasing
play than this dramatization of Dickens' famous
Christmas story. It will rest long in the memory,
for "Dot" and "Bertha," and the "Old Toy
master" cannot easily be forgotten. The play ls
produced precisely as lt was originally brought
out by Joseph Jefferson, and, as will be seen by a
reference to last night's perrormance, will be put
on the stage with taste, and performed with great
ability. The doors open at one and thc perform?
ance will be over by four.
At night "The Streets of New York" will be
played for the last time. This brilliant spetncular
drama went off remarkably well on Thursday
night, and the andlence Insisted on encoring "the
snow storm" and "the fire." Nothing of the
kind has been seen In this city since the war, and
lt was thc general remark that the scenic effects
would do credit to any large Metropolitan thea?
tre. Thc view or the Everett House and Madison
Square ls especially tine. This play will not be
performed again this season, and should draw
a crowded house.
THE OPERA NEXT WEEK.-On Monday even?
ing next, for the lirst time for more than ten
years, Charleston will enjoy a genuine opera,
brought out with all thc advantages which thc
stage of our new and beautiful Academy affords,
and marked by thc completeness and attention lo
dctitlls which distinguish every entertainment
produced under Mr. ford's auspices. Thc Calton
Opera Company, in their tour through the coun?
try, have every where won the most enthusiastic
encomiums, and In Charleston, where thc popular
taste seems to run so strongly In favor of opera,
their triumph ls already assured. The company
do not attempt the heavier operas, but limit
their performances to the light and spark?
ling music or Offenbach and other composers or
the same school. But whatever they do
undertake ls accomplished in the very best aud
most conscientious manner. Thc Callous arc
nearly related to thc Pync fnmily,whose singing, a
dozen years ago, created so great a furore
throughout thc country. Their styles are said to
be very similar, and, strangely enough, the re?
markable resemblance which Miss Louisa Fyne
bore to the portraits ol Queen Victoria-when the
Queen was young-ls also strikingly noticeable in
Miss Susan Galton, the prima donna or this com?
pany. This last lady ls ramous for her warbling
and trilling, and introduces Into the operas, with
wonderful effect, those old ballads we all love so
well-"Coming thro' the Rye," "Home 8weet
Horne," Ac. It will be noticed that the prices of
admission to trie Academy are to remain unchang?
ed, and seats can now be secured In advance.
An L'?)-Town Market.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Having understood Indirectly that the city
had been offered thc old railroad passenger de?
pot, between John and Hudson streets, for a mar?
ket, I was induced to stop in and look at lt, and
Indeed, unl> ss the price be extravagant, I cannot |
Imagine why thc proposal should not have been
.I once accepted. The location ls the most ccu- j
tral and best that could be found. The building
ls very substantial, or brick with suite rooting; ls,
I suppose, nearly 300 feet long, runntug through
rroiu John to Hudson street, with openiugs on
each, and from 6<' to 70 feet wide, with spacious
yards on either side for carts^ wagons, Ac. lu
thc towers on John street are several large rooms,
some or which might be rented for rerreshraeut
rooms, while others can be used for locking up
meat, poultry, ftc, remaining unsold. Thc greut
width of this building would allow of retaining the
present luside arrangement, having a railroad
track through thc centre, with a substantially
floored platform ou either side sufficiently wide
for two rows orstalls. This track, it appears to me,
could be used to back the cars bringing from the
country poultry, vegetables, eggs, game, fruit, ftc.,
tlius avoiding thc tumbling from thc cars iuto
carts, which is always attended with much Injury
to such produce. The present up town market,
as ls called the shed In St. Philip street, is totally
inadequate to the wants of the up town folks, as
the pavement outside, lined with vegetable stands,
will amply testify. Nor can room be spared for a
single fruit or game stand ! Should the beautiful
and commodious building on John street be really
offered to the city, and the price in any way reas?
onable, we hope the fathers will weigh Its many
advantages and reconsider the offer.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
AN ESTABLISHED REMEDY.-" Brown's Bron?
chial Troches'' are widely known as an establish?
ed remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis, hoarse?
ness, and other troubles or the throat and lungs.
Their good reputation and extensive use has
brought out imitations, represented to be the
same. Obtain only " Brown's Bronchial Tro?
MESSRS. BlSSBLL & Co. have recently re?
opened their hardware store on Hasel street, with
a large and well selected stock or every article in
that linc. Most or thc stock was purchased at
prices that will enable the proprietors to sell at
extremely low rates, and the attention of all per?
sons desiring supplies is directed to thc sign of
the big padlock, where they can obtain goods at
prices that suit thc pocket.
LADIES' AND MISSES' Pons.-C. H. Johnson,
at the Temple of Fashion, No. 2C9 King street,
has Just opened the largest and finest stock of
Furs ever offered lu Charleston. You can find
there the Real Musks, Ermine, Fitch and Astrac?n
Sets, from $20 to $lou. Also, all or tho lower
grades, from ti to $15 per set, and will still con?
tinue to receive thc above goods until after New
Year's. This ls the only place Where the finer
gradei of Furs are kept. Don't fail to go and see
them. dec24 fw2
f^arbruarc, Cntlcrri, Ut.
ARD WAR E
GUNS. CUTLERY, Ac, ?fcc.
Thc well known establishment of
BISSELL'S HARDWARE STORE
IS DAILY RECEIVING- NBW STOCKS OF
AG RI CU LT U R AL IMPLEMENTS
PLOUGHS, HARROWS, Ac.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED, A 8DTTLY OF
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES.
Call and examine, and then judge for your
Look out for the sign of the "MAMMOTH PAD
LOCK.'' in Hasel street.
?S-TERMS STRICTLY CASH. deo25 10
M A S C H E E R .
"BUT ONCE A YEAR!
THE I1ICHEST AND TnE SICEST
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.
J^T No. 215 EAST BAY.
FOR SALE BY
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
SELECTED EXPRESSLT FOR
500 bbls. Prime NORTHERN APPLES
Red Baldwins, Spitz, Twenty Ounce, Gills
50,000 Florida Oranges
30,000 West India Oranges
20,000 Ruatan and Baracoa Cocoanuts
loo boxes Messina and Palermo Lemons
100 boxes Layer Raisins, quarters, halves and
50 kegs Malaga Grapes
15 cases Assorted Smyrna Figs, in baskets,
layers, drums, }?, }i and 1 lb boxes
10 frails Compressed Dates
50 bbls Fresh Nuts
Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils, Filberts, Al?
75 cases Assorted Goblet and Tumbler Jel?
800 boxes "Astonishing Sfrprise'' Candy
GOO boxes Keller's Favorite Package Candies
20 boxes Red and White Rock Candy
so boxes Assorted Stick and Lump Candy.
Fruits in Syrup
Cinger and Lime Juice
Raspberry Vinegar, Ac., Ac.
A Fresh Cargo or BANANAS, PINES, Ac,
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES.
"D ANANAS FOR CHRISTMAS.
70 bunches of the tines; kind or thc RED BA?
NANA, just arrived.
ALSO, IN STORE,
20 bbls. or One RED APPLES
40 boxes or these superior Messina Lemons
Cocoanuts, Dates, Figs, Cranberries, and Sweet?
meats In abundance.
Call at once at MKS. C. D. KENRICK'S,
No. 83 Market street, south side,
dec24 2_ Near Meeting street.
?IIRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
SIGN OF THE EAGLE !
SIGN OF THE EAGLE !
SIGN OF THE EAGLE !
No. 235 KING STREET,
Directly opposite Hasel street.
SILVER AND PLATED-WARE,
FANCY GOODS, Ac, Ac.
The subscriber desires to call thc attention of
lils rrlends anil thc public generally to his large
and well selected 6tock or above named goods,
suitable for gifts on the approaching holidays. A
dill ls solicited. JAMES E. SPEAR.
QIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
JEWELRY IN GREAT VARIETY,
LATEST AND MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS
BROOCHES AND EAR-RINGS,
Bracelets, Watch Chains,
Sleeve Buttons and Studs,
Collar Buttons, Lockets,
Scarr Pins, Armlets,
DIAMOND AND WEDDING RINGS,
Charms or all kinds,
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Sterling Sliver Spoons and Forks,
NAPKIN RINGS, BUTTER KNIVES,
Fancy Pieces, singly and In Cases,
Opera Glasses, Spectacles,
Microscopes and Optical Goods,
Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
The place to go for Ute above, and an Induite
decl8 stuthlmo No. 307 King street.
4 T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
(orrosiTE THE SYNAGOGUE.)
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! Cil ROMOS !
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS! CHROMOS !
Thc largest assortment or
F R A MED CHROMOS
Ever secu iu Charleston.
r H I c E F u O M
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY CENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY GENTS To TWENTY DOLLARS.
Jtw The Tabllc are invited to call and ex?
?roceries, Conors, Ut.
jg ASTERN HAY! EASTERN HAY!
A prime article now landing nt Central Wharf
and Tor sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
dec25 1 A. McCOBB, JR..
ENRY COBIA & CO. ,
No. 26 VENDUE RANGE,
OFFER FOR SALE:
10 hilda, choice New liacon SHOULDERS,
lo bilda. Choice New C. It. Sides.
20 boxes Western D. S. Shoulders.
20 boxes Western D. S. C. It. Sides.
10 boxes Western I). S. Cumberland?.
5 boxes Choice S. C. Strips.
Molasses, Sugars, Caudles, Ac. dcc2.i
JJAY! HAY! HAY!
A prime article now landing at Kerr's wharf.
For sale In lots to suit purchaser.?.
dec24_A. GAGE A CO.
1000 bushels very Prime SEED RICE. For sale
by J A M KS R. PRINGLE A SON,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
dec?s HtnthG No. fl Adger's North Wharf.
T IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
2S00 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, just received per
steamship "Adalia," and for sale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
JJ E R RINGS! II ERRING SI
Just received, 1700 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
medium size, and bright. For sale by
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
decir. North Atlantic Wharf.
TTTHITE STOVED SALT.
500 sacks best WHITE STOVED SALT, now
landing per steamship "Adalia" from Liverpool,
and for sale lu lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
UCC2-I _ _Boyce's Wharf.
EWAN'S SPARKLING EDLNBURG
loo casks, in pint stone jars, ex steamship Ada?
lia, from Liverpool.
Landing and for sale by
W. H. CHAFFE A CO.,
dcc23 thstu.T No. 2U7 East Bay.
mAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALE.
A fresh supply of this Celebrated Brand of ALE
received fresh every week, in barrels and half
barrels. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON,
Agents for South Carolina,
decll_No. 167 East Bay.
SEED POTATOES, TN STORE AND TO
500 barrels Genuine Seed Potatoes.
200 barrels Chile Reds
loo barrels Garnett Reds
100 barrels Western Reils
50 barrels Pink-Eye Reds
50 barrels Harrison's and Goodrich's.
With a Tew barrels of Early Rose and other choice
Seed. For sale by JOHN F. ONEILL A SON,
decll stnthlmo No. 1G7 East Bay.
Manufacturer of SODA WATER, Bottled Ameri?
can Porter and Ale, and Importer of English Ales
OFFERS AT LOW RATES:
200 dozen BASS' LONDON ALE
150 dozen [Hubert's Loudon Porter.
Purchasers will consult their own advantage
by Inspecting his stock before applying elsewhere,
AJI orders promptly attended to, and families sup?
plied nt the shortest notice. deeS3 3
STRIPS, SIDES, SHOULDERS, SYRUP,
3000 lbs. Extra Small SUGAR-CURED STRIPS
5000 lbs. Extra Large L. C. Dry Salted Sides
GOO Choice New York Smoked Tongues
5000 lbs. Now York Pig Shoulders
cooo lbs. Prime Neck Bacon
300 I'ncanvased Hams
;:u bbls. Prime Delaware S. II. Syrup.
loo boxes Soap and Cundlcs
soo sacks Liverpool C. Salt, lu seamless sacks.
Landing and in Store, and for sale by
LAUREY A ALEXANDER.
dcc23 ths2 No. 137 East Bav.
T IQUORS ! LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
The subscribers having been appointed Role
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
ror thc sale or their fine OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
BOURBON WHISKIES, are prepurcd to make a
liberal discount on large orders.
A Tull supply of the above Whiskies always on
Parties about purchasing would do well to give
us a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE ft FOGARTY,
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Il A M P A G N E S . ?
W WOET A CUANDON'S IMPERIAL
Vc Clicquot Ponsardin
Piper A Co. Heldseick
Mumm's Dry Verzenay
Bonche Fils A Co.'s _
Carte Blanche w
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., ft
No. 275 Kine street. i-a
nniETY-PIVE QUA R T E li
L CASKS CHOICE SHERRIES,
OF OLD IMPORTATION.
CHAMPAGNES, CLARET, LIQUORS, COR?
IMPERIAL PALE SHERRY ) ?
Super Amontillado | ^
Super Golden I ?
Cabinet | "
Vino de Pasto I .**
Super Pule J g
io quarter casks Flue Table Sherry, low price.
M A D E I R A WINE.
5 quarter casks COOLIE, WELCH BROS. SOUTH?
BRANDI E S .
i quarter cask Finest COGNAC, vintage is-is.
We consider this Brandy equal to any wc have
ever-ottered for sale.
5 eighth casks Choice Old Cognac, ) Vintage
J. A F. Marten's ami Vineyard, J IStiS, '05, '62,
Proprietors, ) 'ss.
i puncheon HIGH FLAVORED JAMAICA.
SCOTCH WHISK E Y.
1 puncheon J. RAMSEY'S.
CHAMPAGNE. I CLARETS.
VeCIIquot Chateau Margeaux
Vin imperial Green Seal I Chateau La Rose
Mumm's Dry and SwcctjMargeaux Medoc
Vt reena; ?st. Julien
Piper Ileldselck |Medoc
Siller; Mousscavx. ? PauUlac.
HOCK WINES. INUITS \ iturgun
Marcobrunncr Chablis While j dy
Liebfraumilch ?Alto Duro Port
Seton Erbacher 'Dry Port
Geiscnhelmcr Pure Juice.
C O R D I A L S .
CHARTREUSE, Curacoa, Annlsctto, Candle,
Parfait Amour. Rose, Noyaux, Swiss Absinthe,
ANGUSTORA, linker's. Hnstettcr's Drake's
Margentbropen, Getreide K?mmel.
P 0 R T ?? R AND ALE.
HIBBERTS BROWN STOUT. Guinness' Extra
Stout. Jeffrey's and lt. Youngers' Sparkling Ale,
Bass A Tennant's Pale Ale.
For sale by
ilet-3 Ilut? KLlNCK, WICKENBERG A CO.
TFTOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
J CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting sirte:, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. decU Cmos
Unction Erales-irntare Slaps.
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
HANDSOME FURNITURE, Ac, AT
On FRIDAY, the 3lsr instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, I will sell at public outcry, at rcsldcnco
No. 24 Pitt street,
A choice assortment of PARLOR, DINING
ROOM AND CHAMBER FURNITURE.
CONSISTING IN TAUT OF:
ROSEWOOD SOFA, Arm Chair, Marble-top Cen?
tre Table, Marble-top Bureau, very handsome;
Black Walnut Sofa, Chans, Ann Chairs, large Oak
Extension Dining Table, Oak Dining-room Chairs,
Mahogany Marble-top Stands, Spanish Mahogany
Bedsteads, very tine Hair Mattresses, Brussels
Carpet, Elegant Gilt Mirror, Oil Paintings-Win
ship's, large size. 39x20x49; Refrigerator, Three
Canaries, with handsome cages, Ac, .tc.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed imme?
diately after sale. dec25 smwthf?
EAL ESTATE SALE.
Martha M. Fishburne, Widow and Administra?
trix of Benjamin P. Fishburne, deceased, vs. Ben?
jamin P. Fishburne and others, Heirs at Law of
Benjamin P. Fishburne, deceased, and George
Warren and others, the Creditors of Benjamin P.
Fishburne, deceased-Bill for Don er to Murshal
Assets and for Relief.
By virtue o? a decretal order, made In above
mentioned case. I will sell before the Court?
house, in Walterboro' on MONDAY, the 3d day
of January next.
All ll.iit PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, in
Hie Conn ty of Colleton, near thc Round 0, con?
taining eleven hundred and seventy-six acres;
bulling and bounding north on lands of Perry
and others, east on lands of Sanders, southon
lands or Sanders and Bedon, and on thc w est on
lands of Bedon, Lemacks and others: excepting
about two hundred acres which has been set apart
as Dower, as a plat thereof upon file in my oillcc.
Reference being thereunto had will more fully
Terms-Onc-half-casb; balance on a credit of
ono year. Purchaser to pav for papers and
stamps. A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerks Office, Colleton County, Deccnber", 1S09.
EAL ESTATE SALE.
Fi nnic A. Terry. Executrix Jos. B. Perry, de?
ceased, vs. Stobo B. Perry and others. Devisees
of Jas. B. Perry, deceased; (ieorge M. Rivers,
Trustee, and Josiah G. Prichet and others, Credi?
tors or Jas. B. Perry, deceased.-In Equity.
Bill for Dower to Marshal Assets and to Enjoin
By virtue or a Decretal order, made in above
stated cause, I will sell heroic the Court House,
In Walterboro', on MONDAY, the 3d of January
All those TRACTS OF LANDS belonging to the
Estate or Josiah B. Perry, situate on the Round
0, in St. Bartholomew's Parish, County or Colle?
ton, containing about two thousand two hundred
acres, bounded north by lands or Sleigh, south by
lands formerly of Dr. Perry, east by lands or Al?
len Willis, and Estate or Willis, and west by lands
or Sayle Hlott, and lands formerly or Dr. Perry,
excepting four hundred and seventy (470) acres
which has been set apart as Dower, as a plat
thereor on file in my office, reference being thereto
had, will more fully represent.
A HOUSE AND LOT situate in the village of
Walterboro', bounded north by lot of David
(.'roovcr, south by street which separates lt from
the lot of Joseph Fraser, east by a vacant lot, and
west by lot of Chas. Warley.
A LOT with Law Office thereon, situate on Court?
house Square, In the village of Walterboro'.
Terms-One-har cash ; balance on credit of
twelve months. Purchaser to pav for papers and
stamps. A. C. SHAFFER, C. C. C.
Clerk's Office. Colleton Comity.
jD EAL ESTATE SALE.
LAURENCE W. O'HEAR ASSIGNEE OF O'llEAR,
ROPER & STONEY, vs. JAMES SANDERS,
SAMUEL SH ETTA R AND OTHERS-BILL
FOR FORECLOSURE, SALE
By vin nc of a Decretal Order made In thc above
stated cause, I will sell before thc Courthouse,
lu Walterboro'; on MONDAY, the 3d or January
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND,
situate and being in the Parish of St. Bartholo?
mew's, County or Colleton, on thc line or the Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad, commonly
known as "Schmidt's;'' butting and bounding
north on land ol Major Charles Warley and on
landor Maria Glover, cast on land or "the Rev.
Wm. O. Prentiss and on land formerly or Marla
Croll, south un laud or Dr. Francis s. (?lover and
on land or John W. Lewis, and or. the aforesaid
land of Charles Warley, containing between 1100
and ljoo actes, suitably divided In cotton and
rice land, (-avlng and reserving the Cemetery of
Terms-Half cash: balauce on a credit of twelve
mouths. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
A. C. SHAFFER, C. CO.
Clerk's Oltlce, Colleton Coun.y, December, 1809.
dec 13 mwsu
Auctioneers' JJnuatc ?alcs, &c.
By J. DRAYTON FORD.
\VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS TO
Will bc Rented
NORTH CHACHAN Plantation, on western
branch of Cooper River, containing about 80 acres
rice land and large quantities of cotton and pro?
vision land. With lt will bc rented a comfortable
Residence In thc salubrious Village or Cordesville,
two miles distant.
SOUTH CHACHAN Plantation, adjoining the
above, containing about 270 acres rice land, and
large ami rich fields for highland crops.
The above Plantations are now both under sue
cessfol cultivation. ?hev will be rented singly oi
together. J. DRAYTON FORD,
dec23 thstu3 No. 40 Broad street.
rjIWO THOUSAND DOLLARS GOLE
Apply to .
dccl6 North Atlantic Wharf.
OUIS Mc LAIN
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 48 BROAD STREET.
Charleston. S. C.
Stocks. Bonds and Gold bought, carried am
sold short In New York City.
Particular attention paid to thc purchase am
sale of all klHds or Southern Securities.
QUECKS ON NEW YORK
BILLS ON ENGLAND AND FRANC!
STERLING AND FRANCS
ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS,
By LESESNE & WELLS,
nov2 3mos No. 10 BROAD STREET.
Tlie place to buy
ls where you have a choice or styles or differen
I have thc best single and double-thread Ma
chines now before the public.
THE WILLCOX A GIBBS'
"WEED" F. P. LOCK-STITCH
Are thc simplest and most reliable Machine
made. Every Machine is warranted to give satis
ruction, or lt will be exchanged for other kinds
All kinds or Sewing neatly and promptly done
Orders taken for all Urst class Sewing or Kniltini
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac
REPAIRING as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
mavl stuthly No. 307 King street.
xpxposrnoN UNIVERSELLE, PARIS
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE COLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH. SEWING AND BUTTON-HOL
M ACHI M E S .
The only Cold Medal.
dccJl Eighty-two Competitors.
&nrtion Soirs-S?tutc Sloss.
Bj H?TSON LEE,
BELL VS. THE BANK OF SOUTH CAR?
on TUESDAY, -Itti day of January, 1870, will be
sold at the Old Custom House in Charleston.
All that LOT Ol' LAND with the Buildings and
improvements thereon, sit?ale at the northwest
corner o? East Day and limad streets, in the City
of Charleston, measuring and containing In front
on Broad street, forty-seven (17) feet more or less;
on the back or north Hue - feet more or less; on
the east line-feet more or less, and on the west
line-feet more or less, and butting and bound?
ing to the north on laud of Charles Litchgl, to the
south nu Broad street aforesaid, to the east on
Dasi Bay street, and to the west on land of estate
of Mitchell King, as wm more fullv appear by plat
of John A Mitchell, snrvevor.
Terms-One-third cash'in United States curren?
cy ?balance payable in two equal successive annna 1
ai instalments, arith Interest thereon, at the rate
of seven percent, 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, beiug at liberty to pay the
whole purchase money in sash. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
dec22 w2 stu2 E. W. M. MACKEY. S. C. C.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE
south Carolina, Kershaw County-In the Cir?
cuit Court, in Equity.-Theodore Lang, Guard ?an,
et a?jys. Thomas J. Workman, Executor..-Bill
mr Account, to sell E.-' te. call in Cre Hors, 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, I will sell,
before the Courthouse in Cat len, on MONDAY,
thc third day of January, A. D. 1870, being the
tlrst Monday in the month:
All the remaining REAL ESTATE of John Work?
man, deceased, in suit! County, viz :
1. LOT in Town of Camden, No. 1211, on East
De Kalb street, on which there ls a two story
Building, with six rooms, outblldings, Ac, occu?
pied at present hy F. J. Collier.
2. Lots 1012,1013 and 1014, on which there is a
two story Building, eight rooms und outbuild?
ings, corner of Church and Rutledge streets,
front on Rutledge, occupied by E. J. Carter.
3. Half 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 on Rutledge
street, House with eight rooms, outbuildings,
Ac, occupied by Mrs. Baker.
5. Lots loso, 1087 and 1088, vacant, on Market
6. Lots 1050 and 1051, on Rutledge street. House
with four rocms 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
H?X stores under one roof, ofllces, Ac, occupied .'
by Baum Brothers, Messrs. Cloud, Goss, Carter,
8..Lot Ko. 104", on Broad street, one-story
Dwelling-house and Store, occupied by Mrs. WUV
Hams 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. 1061'
on Market street, two-stdy Store and Dwelling
house, Ac, occupied by J. ChrisUanson.
11. Lot No. 1034, on Broad street, and No. 1062;
on Market street, two story Dwelling and Store?
house, Ac, occupied by J. K. Goodale.
12. North half Lot, No. 1176, on Broad street,
one-story Storehouse, occupied by A. M. Ken?
13. Lots Nos. C35, 63? and 637, on corner of Fair
and York streets, two one-story Dwelling-houses^
occnpled by Mrs. Honnie and P. Green.
14. Kirkwood Lot, House with eight or ten
rooms, 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 Gnm Swamp.
17. Interest of George E. DeBruhl and Jesse
DeBruhllnslx hundred acres, being Land where?
on Vf. E. DeBruhl resided, being one-half interest,
bounded by lands of C. Perkins and R. Cameron.
18. Interest in a Tract of some three hundred
and four acres, more or less, part of a Tract of
eight hundred acres originally granted to Samuel
Reynolds, lying on Pine Tree Creek, bounded by
lands of W. M. Shannon, John Player, Levy Brad?
ley, ami others.
19. At risk of former purchasers, one Square, IC
Lots, No. 365 to 410, bounded by Meeting, Market,
Wutcrcc and East Broad streets, bought by E. J.
20. Thirteen Lots, Nos. 90.100, 107, 108, 31, 02,
84, 85 and 80, and pam of Lots Nos. 87. 88, 89 aud
109. Bounded north by Square U, west by Broad
and east, by Meeting street, bought by Frank
One PEW in Presbyterian Church In Camden.
Two Shares Camden Bridge Stock.
Two Shares w. A N. O. Telegraph Stock.
Seven Shares stock Bank Camden.
sixty-seven Shares S. C. R, R. Stock.
Sixty-seven Half Shares S. C. R. R. Stock.
Terms-For personalty cash; for real estate, on
all sums of and under $1000, one-fourth cash, bal?
ance In one, two aud three years tn 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 be secured
by bond, personal sureties, a mortgage of tho
premises and an assignment of policy of 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. dec21 tnws4
LARGE SALES OF VALUABLE~LANDS
at Camden, S. C.
As Attorneys and Sollctors, the subscribers will
have sold in Camden, on MONDAY, '.he third day
of January next, under Fiera Facias, and under
Decrees lu Equity,
Large numbers of valuable parcels of LAND
near Camden, forming lists too extensive for
general advertisement. By arrangements, Sher
:ifs Sales as well as Equity Sales will be mad?
mostly on credit.
For lists and Information applv to either of the
undersigned. JOS. B. KERSHAW.
WM. M. SHANNON.
Camden, S. C., December 20,1869.
"J^OT OF LAND AND DWELLING,
DLBOSE EGLESTON. WM. J. EGLESTON VS^
MARY E. EGLESTON, AND OTHERS.
In pursuance of an order of court in this cause,
will be sold at auction, at the cid Postoffice, in.
Charleston. S. C., to thc highest bidder, on MON?
DAY, the 3d day of January, 1870, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the wooden Dwel?
ling House thereon, situate on the north side of
Warren street, west of Thomas street (next to?
nic residence of Loftus C. Clifford, Esq.) The res?
idence contains nine rooms and two dressing
rooms, double piazzas, Ac; the kitchen contains
six rooms. The Lot measures on the front line 91
feel, and on thc west line 80 feet; also an undi?
vided half Interest in the right of way over a strip
or land Included between thc south and west
lines of the lot now or late of Rev. J. S. Hanckel,
and a line connecting SM feet east of the north?
west corner of the lot east of this Lol, and le
Inches north of the south line nf said Hanckel,
and then running west 82 feet 2 Inches, and then
northwardly to thc nor:h line of the lot of said
Rev. J. s. Hanckel, dividing the privy into tn?
equal parts, as per plat recorded In the office ot.
Registrar of Mesne Conveyance for Charleston
County, in Book C, No. 12, page 221.
Terms-One-third of purchase money to be pal*
in cash ou day of sale; balance In one and two
years thereafter in equal annual instalments,.,
with Interest from day of sale, payable annually,
purchaser giving bond and good security and
a mortgage' o( premises, and paying for papers
and revenue stamps.
S. B. CLOWNEY.
Clerk of Common Pleas for Fairfield County.
?pTE FEREE'S SALE.
By virtue of a decree of the Court or Common
Pleas, for thc 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 the door of the Court?
house in Wilmington, in the state of North Caro?
lina, at ll o'cloc": A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
5th dav of January, 1870,
All that portlun of the WILMINGTON AND?
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which hes within the
Slate 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
md appurtenances, ns set forth and more particu
arly described in thc several mortgages men?
tioned In the proceedings.
Thc terms of the sale arc cash; the bonds of the
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
in the report of the special referee, and filed tn
tli" case, to be accepted from the purchaser pro
rat.i 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 ia
thc hands of the purchaser; and provided, also,
that btiillcient cash be paid ii: to cover costs,
charges and expenses of sale; tht onrchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Speck I Referee.
Charleston, 10th November, 1869.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
J\. By permission or Hon. George Buist, Judge
of Probate, will be sold at Public Sale, on WED?
NESDAY, the nth day of January next, at the
plantation of the late S. W. Williams, St. James'
All the HORSES, Mules, Cattle.i Hogs, Sheep.
Wagons, Cart. Blacksmith's Tools, Household
Furniture, Corn, Pea?, Fodder and other Provi?
sions and movables-the property of thc said In?
testate. FREDERICK CONNER,
IF YOU WANT SCHOOL AND TEXT
BOOKS of all kinds, cheaper than you can
purchase elsewhere, go to
No. I Si Mi "line: street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
charleston, S. C. ' decl46moa