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Meetings This Day.
Howard Lodge, at "P. M.
Inion Chapter, at 7 P. M.
Steam Fire Company or Axmen,itt half-past 7
Auction Sales This Day.
It. &. A. H. Caldwell will sell at half-past !?
o'clock, aUhcir store, damaged sugar; and at 10
o'clock, on Kerr's wharf, damaged hay.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at ll o'clock, at his
(.nice, rose trees, fte.
Jeffords .1 Co. will sell at half-past 0 o'clock, at
their store, shoulders, hams, Ac.
R. M. Marchan A Brother will sell at ll o'clock,
tit their rfticc, at>3y horse.
John c. Mt ?nor A Co. will sell at io o'clock, at
their store. hatsA-'othug, Ac.
1 J. A. En>;ow A- Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at hts store, sugar and molasses.
THE CuEA.rF.ST YET.-The NEWS Job Office ls
now printing blb-headsjn the best style and on
fine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
CO::OXBK';; rxyiBST.-An Inquest was held
yesterday upou the body of a woman named Hen?
rietta Jones, who fell dead In trfe store of Mr.
Kressel, at the corner of Church and Tradd
streets, from an epileptic flt. The jury returned a
verdict iu accordance with the facts presented.
T^E SUATINQ RINK.-This beautiful piece of
workmanship will Ve on exhibition at the Widows'
Home at 12 o'clock every day fSr the beneflt of
children. Thc large cake ls exciting considerable
attention, and the velocipede exhibition with the
other collection of curiosities wilt well repay a
ACCIDENT ON THE SOCTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD.-Yesterday morning, while the tram that
left the city at 8J? o'clock was near the Six-mile
pump, the axle of a freight car in the front of thc
train broke, and tore up several rails from the
track. Fortunately the train was proceeding
very slowly at the time, and no damage was done
to ^he other cars. The accident caused a deten?
tion of nearly three hours.
THE HON. OKOROK S. BRYAN, United States
District Judge, has returned from Columbia, after
a long and arduous session of thc court at that
place. T8e term was extended nearly three
weeks beyond the allotted time, ando, number of
very important cases were heard and adjudi?
cated. The members of the bar are requested to
meet at the United States Courthouse to-day, at
10 o'clock, when the special District and Circuit
Courts will be opened to hear all the motions that
have been lying over since the absence of thc
J mtge in Columbia.
THE "WEST END OK BROAD STREET.-Alder?
man Barrow still hammers at his Broad street
project, and If persistency la the cause will avail
anything, he will soon make that West end to ri?
val White Point Garden. His fertile Imagination
has already caused him to write a lively descrip?
tion of what might bc done la that section of the
city InJttie way of public Improvements, and he is
now mytng to Induce Conned to see the project In
the same light. Thc document referred to the
committee wasso voluminous that they could not
grasp the mauy ideas advanced in time to report
at the last session of Connell, and asked for fur?
ther time, which was granted.
A SPANISH MURDER_We arc Informed that
a young mw named Lamar, a connection of thc
Georgia family of that name, was arrested by the
Spaniards at Matanzas on the 23d of Decembor and
executed oa thc following day. Thc charge
against him was that he had secreted some arms
and s Cuban flag tn his quarters, and was one ef
a band of conspira tun who were to burn and des?
troy about thirty plantations on Christmas night.
It ls believed that there was nor, a word of truth
in this tremendous tale. Lamar waa called a
negro by the Spaniards, bot was a white man,
born In Cuba of American parents, ne walked to
thc place or execution coolly smoking a cigar, and
died Uke a hero, vim Cuba !
SHOOTING APN?AT IN GEORGIA.-A difficulty
occurred at Dearing, Georgia, en Monday last,
resulting ia the death of A. N Uodo and Ellis
Adams. The quarrel commenced at the store of
Hodo, between Lambert and Adams. Hodo and
his brother were shot while acting as peacemak?
ers. Lambert then pursued Adams and his
brother and shot Ellis Adams, and was himself
shot tn thc lip. A. N. Hodo was shot In the breast,
killing him instantly; his brother, a one-legged
man, was shot In the side, but not dangerously.
Adams was 6hot and afterwards had his threat
?ut by somo unknown person. The tragic occur?
rence has caused much excitement in Augusta
and throughout the county where thc parties
ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC FAIR.-This fair has
been organized for thc purpose of raising funds
for St. Peter's Catholic Church, and ls a deserving
ctiartty. Thehall has been tastily arranged and
decorated, and thc tables show, besides the usual
tempting array of indescribable nick-nacks, a
number of useful articles. A fireman's prize is
among thc prominent features.
Last night tho largo and finely decorated hall
was thronged with visitors, among whom were
many white Catholics. Thc Catholic clergy, wit rr
Bishop O'conner, als? visited the hall, and were
received with every mark of kindness and re?
spect. Tho orphans of the Catholic Male Orphan
Asylum also visited the Fair, and went away with
glad hearts and full hands. Wc hope that the
Fair, so creditable to thc congregation, will be
even better attended to-night than on the pre?
CITY LANES.-Tho report or thc Committee
ou City Lauds, made on Tuesday night, developed
some Important facts concerning the real estate
owned by the city. A large portion of this prop
.erty had been leased for years at a mere nominal
sum, and most of it had been improved by thc
tenants during their occupancy. It was deemed
but an act of common Justice to allow these per?
sons to retain possession, but the terms or the
leases wero arranged more in accordance with
the appraised value of thc lands, and were con?
sequently placed at a much higher figure. Some
.f thc Ahlermen thought the Interests or tho city
would bc enhanced by throwing these lands into
the markctand ottering them for sale 'o the high?
est bidder, bot met with a strong opposition as ob?
viously unfair to these tenants of the slty, who Im?
proved theproperty and erected homes on vacant
lota. Dnriug the discussion it became evident ,
.hat few or the city officials were aware or the ex
y tent or property owned by the city, and a thoi- I
oogh and searching Investigation by thc commit?
tee may teud to bring an increased revenue to
Mic municipal treasury from this source.
CRUMBS.-The horse* und chariots that re?
volved awhile back in Calhoun street are now on
the vacant lot opposite Circular Church, and any
.ne can ride his hobby ror live cents.
The rabid JUdicals are somewhat disgusted at
Die hospitalities shown by the municipal authori?
ties to thc officers or thc Spanish fleet. They ror
jet that thc president cr the Senate was prcseut
and hobnobbed with thc Dons notwithstanding
that "last man and dollar" resolution.
The sidewalk tn State street, near Broad, has
?a ved In.
The city authorities are now seeing the error or
their ways and will not allow new buildings to be
erected on those thoroughfares that are to bc
Two more of the Spanish gunboats have arriv?
ed, making fiftcm now in port. The frigate Pi?
zarro and ibr'.c gunboats arc expected to-morrow.
The $000 mnsio box was raffled at Von San
ten's yesterday afternoon, and was won by Mr.
Henry M. Fuller, or Beaufort-No. Ill being thc
Trtfterew cf the Spanish gunboats wero enga?
ged in New York, and are either Americans or
There was a raise alarm or Are last night at e
.'oiock. Some ef the engines were out.
THE SEW LICENSE LAW.
Th? following bill ?rua introduced in City
Council on Tuesday night, and will probably be
acted upou at the special meeting to be held this
A BILL TO REGULATE LICENSES.
SECTION 1. it ontatned by the Mayor cud Al?
dermen of thc City of Charleston in Connell as?
sembled, That, every person, firm, company or
corporation, engaged in, aud intending to be en?
gaged in anv ti ade. business or profession herein?
after mentioned, shall obtain, on the first day or
January A. D. 1S70, or within ten days after com?
mencing thc trade, business or profession, a li?
cense therefor, in the manner hereinafter provi?
SEC. 2. Every person, firm, company or corpo?
ration required by this ordinance to obtain a
beens- to engage in any trade, business or profes?
sion, for which a license is required, shall register
with the ?itv Appraiser or Assistant City Ap?
praiser (t.j His or their natu? or style, and in
case of a firm or company, thc names of the seve?
ral persons constituting FUCII Urra or company,
and their places orrcMd?nce: (2.) The trade, busi?
ness or profession tor which a license is required:
?3.) The place where such trade, business or pro?
fession is to be carried on. if u wholesale or re?
tail dealer in goods, wares and merchandise, the
amount, extent and value or business intended to
be carried on. excluding distilled spirits. All or
which,and answers to questions relative to which,
shall be given under oath when required by the
Appraiser or Assistant Appraiser.
SEC. 3. If any person or persons shalt exercise
or carry on any trade, business or profession, for
the exercising! carrying on, or doing of which a
license is required by this ordinauce. without tak?
ing out such license as in that bjhair required, he,
she, or they shall, besides bein g liable to the pay?
ment for the license, be subject to a penalty equal
to thc amount required to bc paid for the license,
to be sued for and collected iu the city, couuly or
anv other court of competent jurisdiction, one
naif of penalty, after deducting exg^nses of pros?
ecution, to be patd to the person who Uni informs
or the matters and thiiigs whereby thc penalty ls
SEC. 4. In every license to be taken out. under
or by authority of yds ordinance, shall oe con?
tained and set forth the purpose, trade, business
or profession for which such license is granted,
and the name and place of abode of the person or
persons taking out thc same; ir a wholesale or re?
tail dealer in goods, wares and merchandise, the
amount, extent or value of thc business iutended
to be carried en.
SEC. 5. The licenses granted under this ordi?
nance shall not authorize thc person or persons
(except lawyers, physicians, surgeons, dentists,
and auctioneers.) or linn, company or corpora?
tion mentioned ihoreiu, to exercise or carry on
the trade, business or profession specified in such
license ia anv other place than thal mentioned
therein. A license granted on and after January
1, 1870, shall continue in force until tho 1st day of
January roll?n lng; and all licenses granted arter
the 1st of January, A. D., 1870, snail be Issued
upon the payment of a rateable p'oportion of the
whole amount or money imposed for *uch license.
Each license granted bhall bo il ited on tue first
day or the month in which thc Hr oiuty therefor ac?
crued, and tho amount to be paid therefor shall
be computed therefrom until the end or the year.
SEC. 6. Upou the death or any person or per?
sons licensed under or by virtue of t his ordinance,
or upon tho removal of any person or persons
from the house or premises at which the trade,
business or profession, mentioned In 6uch license
was authorized, it may and shall be lawful for
the City Appraiser, to nuthonzc by indorsement
of such license the person or persons saccceding
to such deceased persons or removing as afore?
said to any other place to carry on the trade,
business or profession, specilled in such license at
the place to which such person may have removed,
or such successor to the deceased person may
Sic. 7. Fora license to carry ou any trade, bu?
siness or profession hereinafter mentioned, thc
sum hereinafter mcuHoned shall be paid thc City
Treasurer, viz: Por a wholesale apothecary, one
hundred dollars; retail apothecaries, thirty del?
lars; ambrotvpists (for each member or the. firm)
twenty-tlve dollars: architects, twenty-live dol?
lars; auctioneers, one hundred do.'lars; artists,
daguerrean (for each.) twenty five dollars ?agencies
carried on by other than regularly licensed com?
mission merchants (for each agency) fifty dol?
lars; banks, one hundred dollars; bankers, one
hundred dollars; bant agents, one hundred dol?
lars; barber shops, ten dollars; billiard tables
(private) twenty-five dollars; billiard saloon,
each table, seventy-live dollars; sailor board?
ing-house, fifty dollars; bowling alleys (eaoh
alley.) fifty dollars; brokers, ono hundred dol?
lars; brokers money, or dealers in exchange, one
hundred dollars; pawnbrokers, one hundred dol?
lars; brokers or real estate, one hundred dollars;
builders and contractors, twcnty-ilvu dollars;
coal-yards.onc hundred dollars; contractors, other
thau builders, twenty-live do.: irs; cookshop9, ten
dollars; cotton presses (each establishment) thrco
hundred dollars; cotton picker.v, one hundred dol?
lars; collectors, real cstato and agcuts, twenty
five dollars; retail dealers In goods, wares and
merchandise, excluding distilled spirits, whose
animal sales do not exceed ten thousand dollars,
twenty-five dollars; whose annual sales aro over
ten thousand aud nuder thirty thousand dollars,
fifty dollars; whose annual salon are over thirty
thousand dollars and under sixty thousand
dollars, one huudrcd dollars; and If exceed?
ing sixty thousand dollars, tor every additional
thousand dollars exceeding sixty thou?
sand dollars, one dollar; wholesale dealers
In goods, wares and merchandise, excluding
distilled spirits, whose annual sales do uot exceed
fifty thousand dollars, one hundred dollars, ami
If exceeding fifty thousand dollars, for every ad?
ditional thousand d'llars In excess of fifty thous?
and dollars, ouo dollar; dentists, (oath,) twenty
five dollars; express companies, two huudrcd and
fifty dollars; express baggage, (one-horse) twen?
ty-five dolla rs: express baggage, (two horse.) for?
ty dollars; founders, filty dollars; sash and blind
factories, fifty dollars; gas companies, three (mil?
dred dollars; gas filters, twenty-fire dollars;
hotels, one hundred dollars; hucksters, ten dol?
lars; icc houses, (each.) one hundred dollars; local
Insurance companies or agencies, (Hie same for
each and every agency.) one hundred dol?
lars: foreign insurance companies, (tho same
for each and every agancy.) one hundred and Hf ty
dollars; Intelligence otllccs, twenty dollars; job
printing oillces, twenty-live dollars; junk shops,
fifty dollars; lawyers, each ten dollars; lumber?
yards, one hundred dollars; manufacturera of
soda water, stiling rrom founts, twenty-live dol?
lars: manufacturers aud bottlers of soda water,
fifty dollars; mechanics, masters of all trades,
twenty-five dollars; commission merchants or
factors, two hundred dollars; Hour mills, tiffy dol?
lars; grist nulla, twenty-five dollars; planing
mills, ono hundred dollars; rice mills, one huu?
drcd dollars; sawmills, seventy-fivedollars; mu
seum.'i, twenty-five dollars; public Stables, fifty
dollars; photographers, twenty-five dollars; phy
slcans, each leu dollars; restaurants, where uo
liquor license is taken out, twenty-five dollars;
sellers by sample or otherwise, tlfty dollars; soda
water selling from founts, ror each ten dollars;
shipping masurs.one hundred dollars; shoemak?
er* aud tailors, ten dollars; s jap boilers, fifty dol?
lars; stevedores, resident, tlfty dollars; stevedores,
non-resident, one hundred dollars; steamship
agencies, steamboat agencies, vessel agencies,
for each ngeney. fifty dollars; tanneries, Oily dol?
lars; wood-yards, fifty dollars; warehouse stor?
age, fifty dollars; wholesale liquor dealers, one
hundred and tlfty dollars-every person, firm or
corporal ion, whose business lt is to sell distilled
spirits, reriueuted liquors, or wines or any kind,
in quantities or five gallons and over, shall be re?
garded as wholesale liquor dealer..; retail liquor
dealers, one hundred and Oily dol?ais-every
person, nrm or corporation, whose bu.-iuess it ls
to sell distilled spirits, fermented liquors, or
wines of any kinds, lu less quantities (han Uve
gallons, shall be regarded as retail dealers;
butchers, tc:: dollars; cattle brokers, one huudrcd
EUAXOIPATIOX DAT.-Tho 1st will bc ob?
served by the colored population as the anniver?
sary of emancipation. A procession will march
throngh the principal streets aud an oration bc
delivered at Military Mall.
TUE AcibKiir or Moura-The Charleston
public are gradually awakening to an apprecia?
tion of the high merit or the Galton Opera Troupe,'
who had, last night, the best nudienoc of the
week. Prejudice Ss strong in Livor of grand
opera, and too many persons would rather see
"Lc Proph?te," or "Doa Olovannl," or "Tann
hauser" chopped Into musical miueo-mcat, than
witness a chaste and elegant performance of an
opera of less pretensions. As we eald, the public
aro robbing their eyes, but bj the time that they
arc wide open, thc Gallons will be some lnndred
"Fanchon," we need hardly say, is not an
opera or opcrettf, but a domestic drama, into
which are Introduced a variety of appropriate,
and Inappropriate solos, daos and trios, which
enable the company to display their vocal as well
as histrionic talent. This drama-opera went
smoothly enough, but Odenbach ls Litter for both
performers and publie. Mia susan Galton sang
"Sweet Spirit hear my Prayer," from Wallace's
"Lurline,*? with exquisite taste, and Mr. Whiflln
thc deficit^ tcuor, sang thc "Slumber song" re?
markably welt. Dy tao wa/, if this gentleman
were only a Signor Somctliingorothero, he would
soon take high rank as a tenor on the operatic
stage. Several members of tho company made
their first appearance, and added to the general
effect, bu; ai we have hinted, the piece altogether
was less pleading than tho oom:-; omeros of the
For Friday night there ls a rich bil!, orren
bacli's channing comic opera, '.The Village Fid?
dler,'' opens tba performance, and ls followed by
"Ciung-Chow Iii," a laughable Chinese operetta.
This opera has b?ca produced with otpcciai refer?
ence to the expected coming of tho Pigtails, and
will giro the happy s-ocUtor a grotesque, bur?
lesque, and G:Ctona.-q.io idea of tho musical,
lingual, aar tor iii, and -..o^a-l peculiarities of Ute
"Lend tf Cunfuoius."
U.VIVERSITT or THH SOUTH.-A number of
thc friends of this enterprise met at Holmes' Ly?
ceum last night in response to a call made in thc
daily papers. On motion of Colonel D. IT. Rut?
ledge, Bon. W. 1). Porter was called to the chair,
and in a few remarks stated thc object of the call
was to enable the friends of the proposed institu?
tion to hear a report from gentlemen who could
give full information. Rev. A. T. Porter stated as
one of the trustees ha attended the last annual
meeting at Sewauce, Tenn,, and was surprised
to find that a nucleus had been formed and the
school was In active operation, with an attend?
ance of 100 boys. Thc institution was located on
an elevated plateau, some63 miles from Chatta?
nooga, and was delightfully healthy. Soven
buildings had been erected and a fair progress
made toward thc end proposed. Tho trustees de?
cided at that meeting to employ an agent who
would canvass the Southern States and urge upon
the members of the Episcopal Church thc ne?
cessity ef aiding the Institution. Thc Rev. 0. P.
Thactara, of Fernandina, Pla., was selected for
this important work, and as that gentleman was
present he would ask him lo address the nfceting.
Mr. Thackara iu response gave a history of thc
enterprise from ils inception before thc war to
thc present time, and stated that about $2?,0u0
were needed to complete tho buildings and inako
the needed Improvement? on the properly. It
was proposed to divide this sum among the ten
Southern States, giving $2,'>00 to each. This
amount could be easily raised If I he churches
weuld but take the matter lu hand. Thc reverend j
speaker then gave a lengthy description of Sewa?
uce, and it? advantages as a site for thc proposed
university, in wliich he showed clearly what had
been dono and yet how mueh remained to do
before the plans wcro perfected. At the close of |
thc meeting a resolution was offered that com?
mittees of three be appointed in each Kplscopalian
Church in the city to raise the assessment.
Hotel A? lr*l.t-December'JS iud ?9.
F. D. Leo, Virginiu; F. (I. Butler, Vermont;
Vf. J. Anderson, Aiken; Chur'es 8. Sampson, J.
Vf. Wilder, Mrs. J. W. Wilder, J. finnegan, J. Sulli?
van; J. B. Holmes, A. L. Dcmorest, Now York; K. A.
Marshall, Philadelphia; Mrs. E. T. English, Fairha?
ven; S. W. Clunie, Port Royal Railroad; I>. Calla
hau, Savannah; H. C. Baker, Parllngtou; Chas. E.
Ford, Baltimore; W. Blake, South CarolinD; lt. D,
Ward. Edgefleld; T. II. darr, Mrs. T. II. Clark,
Camden; J. C. Gillett, Augusta; O. M. Sadler,
South Carolina: P. II. Coakly. New York; J. G.
Spann, South Carolina; J. II. I'ronlaut, Georgia;
J.S. Pinckney, South Carolina; Lewte A. Sardoll,
Augusta; A. G. Pembie, Mobile; II. A. Bignon,
Master Fleury Bignon, Augusta; B. W. Oppe, New
York; W. M. Richardson. Georgetown; D. Malloy,
Chcraw; Mrs. C. K. Gibson, two children and ser?
vant, Philadelphia; 8. R. Conyers, Master W. C.
Conyers, Olarcndon; P. Baldwin, Brooklyn; A. 0.
Demorest, New Orleans; T. R. Carter, N. n. Bes
ville, New York; J. C. Courtney, North Carolina;
Captain F. 0. Jordan, Ship Bombay; G. Hf. Bren?
ner, George B. Ly bring. New York; J. I>. Good?
man, England; Wessen S. Smith, L. Denshei, New
York; A. McLeod, Delaware; Wm. A. Ooursau and
lady. Elisabeth. N J.; A. D. William*, South Caro?
F. (i. Untier, Hartford; J. B. Robcrfou, Balti?
more; fl. II. Whltridge, Mount Pleasant; A. B.
Black. New York, T. M. Altec, Columbia; W. J.
Lee, KlBgstreo; FI. 0. Nickerson, Fall River: Wal?
ter N. nart, Palatka; Robt. R. Roudrlt, Trenton;
M. C. ITall, Williamsburg; H.W. Parker, Wilming?
ton; J. R. DcHarte, Columbus; Jos. B. Campbell,
Portsmouth; Jas. W. Colcook, Yorkvlllc; M. Levi,
Manning; J. T. A. Moore, City; G. W. Matthews,
Westminster; A. Uaramoud, New York; J. B.
Ezell, Columbia; W. G. Lipton, York.
HI LU HOUSE.
Mn?. P. A. Totter, slstor, two sons and servant,
New York; G. B. Ratcliffe, Augusta; F. A. Ellis,
Now Orleans; J, F. Saddlngton, New York; J. A
Lilley, lady and two children, Columbia; 0. E.
PolhemHs, wife and servant, C. R. Robert, New
York; Frank Renner, Augusta; J. Russ, Colum?
bia; E. W. Baxter, V. De Pey Ste r, New York; John
Carpenter, Mystic Bridge; Wm. G. Fcrnald, Mo
bile: Commodore Calarloge, Captain Fragua, Cap?
tain Pincgro, Captain Lazuwilla, Spanish Fleet;
L. A. Dodge, L. P. Smith, Christ Church Parish;
A.Clarke, James V. Vanclalr, I*. S. A. ; J. T. Pe?
ters, City: James W. Graves, New York; W. It.
Evans, South Carolina; H. G. Robinson, Provi?
dence; Miss Sam'l Whit will, Madam Klylng, Miss
Whitwlll and servant, New York; James P. Low
Columbia; J. W. Allen. New Haven; Thomas L.
Glason, Savanuah; J. Han well and lady, Buffalo;
James W. Baudcnpoir, R. J. Haxsond, lady and
daughter, New York; L. P. S?dels, L P. Reran,
J. T. Barnup, Ncwbergh; F. J. Smith and sister,
Ii JJ S I S E S S XO T I C E s .
BUSINESS ENVKt.orES.-THB XBWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish goo.l envelopes, with
business cards priuted thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Scad your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card primed ou Iiis
"THK DKAWIMOof tho handsome Music Box
al Von Santcu's took place yesterday os adver?
tised. No. Ill was thc lucky number, and Mr.
Henry M. Fuller, of Beaufort, S. C.. was the lucky
NOTICE.-Aa auction of general merchandise
at Florence, by Mr. Jerome P. Chase, on Saturday
next, is recommended to tko attention of our
Partington and Marion friends.
NBW CHOP MOLASSES.-Risley & Creighton
are now offering tho mst now molasses of the
scosou. landing from schooner Ella, from Ma?
Cn EHRT PECTORAL TROCHES arc a new ar?
ticle just out for I ha cure of coughs, cold*, sore
throat, bronchitis and hoarseness, prepared by
the well known house of Rushton & Co., No. 10
Astor House, New York city, which is assurance
enough that they nie equal to any tu the market
and it may bc justly claimed that uonc aro sn
pleasant or euro so quick. Nono of those nau?
seating Brown Cubcb thlng3. Try th?m sud bo
convinced. Druggists sell them.
COUGHS.-Tho administration of medicinal
preparations In tho form of a lozengo ls of all
modes the most eligible and convenient, more
especially as regards a cough remedy. "Brown's
Brochlal Troehcs." or Cough Lozenges, allay Irri?
tation whloh Induces coughing, giving instant
relief lu bronchitis, hoarseness, Influenza, and
consumptive and asthmatic complaints.
OME QUIRE [allia] noto paper and envelopes
to match, forty cents. Hasel street Bazaar, op?
posite the Synagogue. dec?O 4
$1000 WANTJB0 F0V- SSSTY
DAYS, ror which a liberal Interest wiU bc paid and
good security giren. Apply to
J. FRASER MATH EWES,
dCC8*3_No. 59 Broad street.
Cigars, Sobarco, &'c.
JJ 0 IMPOSITION!
R. L. MORILLO^Manufacturer or naranannd
Domestic CIGARS, and dealer In TOBACCO Snutr
aud lines, keeps alwuys on hand a full assort?
ment of thc above article?, nnd oners them from
?JO to .10 cents per iou cheaper than any other
house. Any orders for Cigars will bc promptly
and faithfully executed.
Having on baud a large stock of ripes. I offer
them atoo it prices. Tenas casu or city accen
lance. Call ni 1
decll luthSm_No. 863 KINO STREET
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Biuirbonate of soda
Cream of Tartar
" , . , Fresh Hops.
Por sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. U. CAER,
00t< Nv. 131 Meeting seres*
Q.LFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
JEWELRY IN GREAT VARIETY.
LATE3T AND MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS
BROOCHES AND EAR RINGS,
Bracelets, Watch Chain'.
Sleeve Buttons and Studs.
Collar Buttons, Lockets,
Scarf Pins, Armlets.
DIAMOND ANO WEDDING RINGS,
Charms of all kinds.
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Sterling Silver Spoons and forks,
NAPKIN RINGS, BUTTER KNIVES,
Paney Pieces, singly and in Cases.
Opera Glasses, Spectacle.-.
Microscopes and Optica'. Goods,
Ac. Ac, Ac, Ac, ftc.
The placebo go for the above, and an infinite
deciS sluthtmo No. 307 King street.
Sljirts ono .funnelling ?oo5s.
Q OMETH I*N G NEW
SCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACK.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
This Brace, ia its peculiar construction, has all
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACKS
First. It does not disarrange the Shir' Bosom.
Second, lt cannot slip Off the shoulders. Third.
There is less strain on the buttons of the pants
than with commom Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of thc pants can be adjusted indepen?
dently. Fifth. By means of the Adjnstible
Back Strap a gent?o or powerful brace can bc ob?
tained. Sixth, lt attaches to the pants at thc
sarao points that the ordinary Suspender docs.
For sale by
Dealer iu thc Celebrated Star Shirts and Men's
MUBTINO STREBT, OrrosrrB MARKHT HALL,
8oleAgentfor the above Brace in Charleston. S. C.
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OF MILLINERY GOODS,
AT M Its. M. J. ZERNOW'S, No. 304 KING ST.
Having Just returned from New York, would re?
spectfully call thc attention of the Ladles to a
large and handsome assortment of MILLINERY
GOODS, Including Dress Trimmings and Paper
Patterns. Cloaks on hand and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to as usual. Country
orders solicited and promptly filled.
octl4 3 tuthsamos_
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
PINE MATERIALS IS NOW 0 PRK Kl
Which will be made ia the
BEST MANNER ANB LATEST STYLES,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
All Orders promptly Oiled.
M. J. BOOTH.
No. 420 King street.
octl? S tutlidSmoft
SJrn ?coos, Sit.
H R I S T MAS!
NE PUS RLTUA :
Wc, the undersigned, take especial pleasure in
announcing that we will take up stock tn a few
days, and have marked down all our
ANO OT I (Ki:
As well as Ute whole o' our weil ossortod stock of
Especial attention to a line lol of
Al i'i. worth $0, must be sold.
SS pair left of the very cheap
?tts :,">, worth ft co.
PUltCIIOOTT A URO..
No. ?7 King, corner Calhoun street.
AJJ-A special Department for Roots, Shoes.
Mars and Trunks. donSI
A 0 . KAUFMAN,
No. 24 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES ^r every description,
viz: Uncurrcnt Bank Notes, St ile, City and Rail?
road StockH, Bonds and Coupons, tonghi and sold
COLD AND.SILVER COIN.
Orders solicited and promptly executed.
Prices Current Issued weekly am; forwarded
gratuitously to any point on application as above.
Attention given to the purchase and saleo.
Real Estate._ deeds mwf Smospac
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They are portly vegetable, safe and sure. Thc
bast ut ase. For salo by Dr. U. BARR,
Bo. L?l Meeting stre&t,
ostfi Wholesale Agent.
PASY, OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
President, Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, of Mis?
sissippi; vice-Presidents, M. J. WICKS and J. T.
PETIT; Secretary, W. P. BOYLE.
Assets. 054,151 id
Special attention is called to tho NEW SUR?
RENDE It VALUE SYSTEM, by which tho greatest
advantages are offered to Insurers.
Travelling Atrents and Canvassers for city are
wanted. Applv to R. J. MAGILL,
General Agent, No. 65 Broad street.
LIFE IXPTRAXCE COMPANY.
Issues all kinds of Life and Endowment Pal??
eles. Dividends annually In cash. Only Com?
pany having the Definite Guar aiteed Surresder
Valuc Plan Policies, worlds ide. Secend 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 Agonts wanted through
ont the State.
Apply ia person or by letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, JR.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
N E W YORK.
ORGANIZED IN 18S9.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED
LAST CASH" DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PEK CENT.
Polices in force.$20,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vlcc-Presklent.
L. MCADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermll.vc, Ranker, (Vermilyo A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Caslder Newark Banklug
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rignoy, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sngar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard n. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. BanghWOUt, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Co.
Wm. Wilkel!*, Finn of Wllkons & Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. w. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Oco. T. Hope, President Continental Fire lnsur<
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Wallon ll. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward ll. Wright, Newark. N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM A ISSERTEL,
G?nerai Agents for South Carolina and Georgia.
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C.
Dr. T. REEXSTJERXA, Examining Physician,
jania ly rm 0_
Drugs, (Chemicals,. #c.
J^LSTI'S" SOOTUING CORDIAL
FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
ALLAYS INVLAMUATION OP TUR tlOJt?, OU?ES
CUOLIC, CaOI.EKA INFANTUM, ?V.HBNTKRV.
AND ALL DISEASES TO WHICH
CHILDREN ABE SUBJECT
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL ls offered to
thc public with an absolute guarantee against all
danger from its use. Read thc following certifi?
CffABLBBTON, May 16, 18C3.
Mr. J. B. RUSSELL, one of our careful and intel?
ligent Pharmaceutists and Apothecaries, hos sub?
mitted to my examination thc formula for thc
preparation of a Soothing Cordial prepared and
vended by him.
lt affords MIC pleasure to express a favorable
opinion of Its sale and undent adaptation to thc
particular cases of thc diseases of childron, which
il is designed to relieve.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
Having had ocea?on to prescribe RUSSELL'S
Soothing Cordial In severe casca of Bowel Com?
plaints lu children and delicate females, I have
been miioh pleased with im eireots. I consider it
a valuable medicine in all COSC?, m which it may
be advisable to avoid the nae of anodyne, and par?
ticularly for family use, os lt Ls perfectly safe.
W. T. WRAGG, M. I).
CUARLKSTOX, S. C., 1SCS.
Dear .Mr- I have used your Soothing Cordial for
Dlarrhoa In teething children, and lind it a very
excellent preparation, lt has a great advantage
over most preparations of the kimi lu nun Lulu mg
no Opium or Narcothu
When Uicso are required they can bc added tn
proportions applicable to the case.
I therefore can recommend its UHC tn thc affuc
tlsns for which it ls designed.
Rcspeolfully yaure, Ac.,
T. L. OG11SR, M. I).
OBABLESTOM, S. C.. 1SSS.
I certify thal I have most successfully mied
RcsSBUAa Soothing Cordial In thc Summer Com?
plaints of infants. He has fully exhibited thc in?
gredients of bis remedy, ?nd tho tedious method
of preparatlou. I recognize the prescription
containing uo anodyne whatever-as a most safe
and olllcaclous ssa Ul bowel affections of children.
When lunch pulu or resthasnuss attends the affec?
tion, doses of Paregoric can Dc added to thc pre?
scribed doses of thc Cordial according to Uie a ire
of the patient. The compound, t!iou<r'.i more
often, acts in an etlleient manner without any ad?
dition of anodyne.
lu thc Diarrhoea of thc aged, in Increased doses,
lt is of great value as a remedy; never disujiree
inR with the si omach- utaroaaing appetite, [m.
proving digestion, and acting as u slow but ctU
cl'.nt astringent agent.
W. M. FITCH, M. D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. c., 1808.
Afr. J. u. ;:?<.- :?-ll :
Deva Sn:-I have nsod your Soothing Cordial
for children extensively in my practice, and most
cheerfully testify to i'-s merits. I have lound lt,
without un exception, to accomplish au it claims,
and consider lt superior to anything lu ase lor
Its freedom from anodyne of any kind recom?
mends lt a-? a perfectly safe preparation tu thc
hands ui' mothers anil inexperienced nurses.
Verv respectfully, AC,
ll. IL WILLIAMS, M. D.
Mode by J. I!. RUSSELL. Chemist.
Sold hy Dr. lt DAER, Wholesale Agent ror
South Carolina. o'eti:;
Tjl li . U A UER,
MUSIC DEALER, Piano Tuner, Teacher of Vlo
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer of Musical latr>
Hitchcock's live and Ten cania Musis always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnUucd with thc best
and moat fashionable Muslo lately received Crom
europe at moderate prteea. Apply ut Ne. HO
K?iK stre?t, four doors abor* Qaihnun,
&uction ?nlcs--?lr)is dan.
R, M. MARSHALL & BROTHER
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT ll
o'clock, at No. 33 Ilroad street,
l Large Bay HORSE (Saddle and Draft.) dec30
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO. ~~
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
Will be sold TI1I8 MORNING, at half past 10
o'clock, before our store. No. 34 Kast Ray, torlose
15 boxes Fair Grocery Sugar.
10 bbls. New Orleans Molasses.
2 bbls. Syrup. decHO
By R. & A. P. CALDWELL,
DAMAGED II A Y .
THIS DAV, (Thursday) the :i0tli instant, will
bc sold at 10 o'clock, on Kerr's Wharf,
3.j7 bales HAT,
Slightly damaged, and sold on account of the
underwriters and all concerned.
Conditions cash. . decSO
By H. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the ttttWinstant, will be sold,
before our store, at half-past 9 o'clock.
7 barrels SUGAR.
Damaged on the voyage from Baltimore to this
Conditions cash. dec30
By J. k VT. KNOX.
ESTATE SALE OF FURNITURE, Ac.
We will sell at our Store, No. 150 Meeting
street, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
BEDSTEADS, Mattresses, Pictures, Whatnot.
Chairs, Common Tables, Marble Top Centre and
Pier Table, Bureau, Washstands, Lounges, Desks,
Cooking and Office Stoves, Large Trunk.
One flue MILCH GOAT.
Terms cash. ?lec30
By JEFFORDS & CO.
SHOULDERS, HAMS, SIDES, ?fcc.
We will sell THIS DAY, in front of our Store,
at quarter-past 9 o'clock.
400 Choice D. S. SHOULDERS
5 boxes Sugar-cured Shoulders
10 tierces S. C. Hams
5 boxes D. S. timberlands
8 boxes ?. S. C. lt. Sides
SO tubs Choice Butter
Vo bbls. Super. Flour. dcc-10
By J. FRASER MATH EWES.
1AAA CHOICE ASSORTi-.I) PEACH
JLV/Uv/ TREES, from the Nursery Of John
Perkins, Moorostown, N. J.
Will bc sold at my OiUce, on THIS DAY, SOth
Inst., at ll o'clock,
Thc above TREES, have Just arrived, and will be
sohl without reserve in lots to suit purchasers.
Terms cash. decttO
BY JOHN ii. .MiI,NOR & CO.
BLACK FELT HATS. CAPS, CLOTII
Ing, Dry Goeds, Black Cloth Cloaks, Ac.
THIS DAY. 30th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell, at our Auction Salesroom, No. 139 Meeting
MEN'S BLACK FELT HATS, Men's and Boys'
Cloth Caps. Casslmcre and Satinet Vests and
Pants, Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks, Plaid Wool
Shawls, Worsted Hoods, Berlin. Olovcs, White and
Cray Merino Undershirts, Silk Neck Ties, Son tags,
Worsted Cloaks, Damask Napkins, B'.aok and
Fancy Casstmeres and Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Twills, Kersey, Bed and White Flannel, Balmoral
and Boulevard Skirts, Beaver Cloaking, Fine
Linen Shirts. Leather Belts, Bleached and Brown
Shirline. Shirting Stripes, Browit and White
Blankets and Sundries.
QVnrtionecrs' ftnuate Sales, Sit.
Bj WILBUR ? SON.
SMALL AND DESIRABLY LOCATED
DWELLING, lower part or the city.
For Sale for Division
HOUSE and Brick outbuilding, situated on tho
south BideTradd street, No. 77, third door west
from King street. Two story wooden Dwelling
Brick Kitchen, cistern aud well of water and out?
buildings. Lot M feet front by 1J0 feet deep. Will
he sold low down for cash for division. Apply to
No. 7sjJroad street._dec30 4?
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES.
VALUABLE* PLANTATION NEAR TnE
city for sale.
At Prlvate Sale
Headquarters PLANTATION, on John's Island,
on thc Mono River, near thc mouth of Wappoo
Cut, about five miles from Charleston, containing
1200 acres or laud, coo or which ts colton land.
On the place is a Hue dwelling, kitchen and sta?
ble, all of brick, about 20 uegro houses, engine
house with un eight horse engine, gins, ootton
whipper, grist mill and appurtenances, black?
smith shop, an orchard of dioico apples, pears,
For terms, apply as above. decl6 thm
^T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
(OPPOSITE TUE SVNAUOI?OH,)
CHROMOS! 0HR0M09! OflROMOS
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
CHROMOS: CHROMOS ! CHROMOS !
The largest assortment of
F R A M E H C Ii R O M O S
livor seen ia Charleston.
FIFTY Ot?NTH TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
FIFTY OBNTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
PIPIT GENTS TO TWENTY DOLLARS.
nj- The Pabilo are invited to call and ex
am lae _ doc21
iranrrj (5oo0s, &c.
BF UM ERIES
FRENCH. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN EXTRACTS.
Toilet Seta, Ac, 4c.
Hain, Tooth, Cloth and Nr.il BRUSHES
Ivory, Sheri and Buffalo Combs
Jean Marlo Farina
Dcm arson's, and
AHAB'S PREMIUM COLOGNE WATERS.
At AIM AR'S, No. 453 Klag,
decSO 13 Comer Vnniterhorat Bsroot.
Cloiijing ano i'urmsljing (Soo?s.
rjEORGB L I TT LB ? 00,,
SIENS' i Kde' CLOTHING AND FVTJiLSUTNG
No. 213 King street,
*H.w DOOR TO THE vitrroaiA BOTSU
Will o.'.'er to thc citizens of Charleston and Ute
public generally, their entire STOCK OP GOODS
for Hie next thirty days, AT COST. Everything
lo bc sold on Ute One-Price System, front which
there vi iii be no deviation. Those in neod of :tuy
thin? In our line, will p;ca.sc;ilvu us a call, and we
will convince them Hat we arc selling Clothing
cheaper (han any other establishment in thia city.
dcclS r.tutli 1 ino
?LVMF?OLN'G AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES A.\:i CHILDREN
Attended at tbeir nani ;uces promptly and al
Send ardors to
W. E. MARSHALL, Cartier,
ajrUa4 Na. ai Broad street, tup atahioj
Statiion Sales-datare dans.
By JEROME P. CHASE. ,
AUCTION AT FLORENCE. - SOME?
THING for every one!
on SATURDAY next, the first of January, I will
offer at Auction, my Stock,
CONSISTING OF :
DRY GOODS, Shoe,-, Hats. Clothing, Hardware,
Ac, Ac, with my Store Fixtures. decSO 1
By WM. McKAT,
CONTENTS OF A BAKER Y.
Vj On FRIDAY, the 31st Instant, at 10 o'clock,
at No. 86 King street.
The content* of a BAKERY, consisting of every?
thing necessary to cirrv on the business.
By LOWNDES & G RIM BALL.
RESIDENCE, ARCHDALE STREET,
Will besohl. TUESDAY, January 4th, 1870, at
HR-Old PostoOJce, at ll o'clock.
That elegant BRICK RESIDENCE, on tho west
side of Archdale street, one doo^nnrth of Maga?
zine street, known as No. 21. Thc House contains
six large upright rooms, pantry, dressing rooms,
Ac, with double piazzas to thc South. Let meas?
ures about 00 feet front by about 160 feet deep.
Terms-one-third cash: balance in one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage. Property
to be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. deo24fwthtn 4
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
HANDSOME FURNITURE, &c, AT
on FRIDAY, the 31st Instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, 1 will sell at public outcry, at residence
No. 24 Pitt street,
A choice assortment of PALLOR, DINING
ROOM AND CHAMBER FURNITURE.
CONSISTING IN FART OF:
ROSEWOOD SOFA, Arm Chair, Marble-top Cen?
tre Table,'Marble-top Bureau, very handsome;
Black Walnut Sofa, Chairs, Arm Chairs, largeOak
Extension Dining Table. Oak DInlng-roora Chairs,
Mahogany MarMe-top Stands, Spanish Mahogany
Bedsteads, very One Hair Mattresses, Brussels
Carpet, Elegant Gilt Mirror, Oil Paintings-Win
shlp's, large size, 30x28x47; Refrigerator, Tnree
Canaries, with handsome cages, Ar ftc.
Conditions cash. Articles to be it moved Imme?
diately after sale._dec25 stnwthfS
~By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
WM. M. BAILEY, ct al, vs. CHARLES G.
W HALEY, et al.
Will be sold on THURSDAY'. Alli day of Janua?
ry, 1S70, in frost of the Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND sit?
uate on Wadmaluw Island, Charleston County,
measuring and containing 200acres, moro or less;
butting and bounding north on Wadmalaw
Sound, south on Lauds of Joseph S. Whaley, east
on Lands of George Sc oarlock, and west on Lands
of Edward LaKoche.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, with interest from day of
sale. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. w. M. MACKEY,
de<:28 tuthmth4_S. 0. O.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
ITNDER DECREE* IN EQUITY.
) H. Maham Haig, Executor, vs. James Fer?
guson ct al
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 6th day of January,
1870, In front of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'olock
All that PLANTATION, situate In the Pariah of
St. John's Berkeley, on thc western branoh of
Cooper River, known as tho "Old and New Farm,"
measuring 5;V? acres, os per plat of Thomas J. Mel
lard, dated 16th April, 1S44; bounding northeast
and north oa? lands lately or Frederick Ford and
Mulberry plantation; southwest on Wappahooht
Creek, which separates lt from Seaton; southeast
on Dock Creek, and east on Cooper River; and
also os part or the old plantation, the tract known
as the '-Elbow Tract," measuriug 26 acres.
AU that adjoining PLANTATION, known as
"Seaton and Westham or Weston," measuring
1230 acree, as per plut of John Diamond, dated
July, 1792; bounding northeast on Wappahoola
Creek, which divides it from Alie Old and New
Farm and from South Mulberry plantation; north
on lands formerly of Thomas Milliken; weat on
Monck'* Corner Road, and south cn Dockou plan?
The said two tracts of laud being sold subject to
a lease to Samuel W. Lynes until 31st December,
1871, at an annual rent of 12900.
Terms-One-lltth cash; balance In one, two.
three, four and live years, secured by bond and
mortgage of the premises, with Interest from the
day of sale at 7 per oent. per annum, payable an?
nually. Purchasers to pay for papera and Btampa.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
decid th* Sheriff of Charleston Co.
B F B R E B'S SALE
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Common
Fleas, for the Fourth Circuit of the State of
South Carolina, sitting In Equity In tho case of
Morris K. Jcsup, et al, vs. the Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, et al, will be
sold at 1'uhilo Auction, at thc door of the Court?
house in Wilmington. In the state of North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
6th day of January, 1870,
AU that portion of thc WILMINGTON ANB
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which hes within the
State of South Carolina, with all the ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots, Workshop!-, Materi?
als, and everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all the rights, privilege?, fianchlses
and appurtenances, as set forth and mor j particu?
larly described in the several mortg .gea men?
tioned In tho proceedings.
Thc terms of thc sale are cash; the '.ands of the
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
In thc report of the special refero., and flied la
the case, to be accepted from thc purchaser pro
rata as part payment In the ord?-r of priority es?
tablished by the report; provb'.dd that the same
rateable proportion of cash bi paid In for the
other bonds of the same grad? of priority not in
thc bauds of the purchase and provided, also,
that sufficient cash be pal J lu to cover costs,
charged and expenses of sale: the purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. A LSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, lath November, i860.
By virtue of a decree ;f the Court of Equity of
the County or New 'Janover, of the State of
North Carolina, lu th?; case of Morris KL. Jasun,
ct al, vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company,et ai. Michael Cranley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed by the Court, wlU sell at
PubUc Auction, at the door of thc Courthouse,
In Wilmington, in thc State of North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the Mh
day of January. 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND MAN?
CHESTER RAILROAD which lies within the State
of North Carolina, with aU the rolling stock, equip?
ments, d?puta, workshops, materials and every?
thing thureuuto pertaining, together willi all the
rights, privileges, franchises and appurtenances,
os set forth aud more particularly described in
thc several mortgages mentioned in tho pro?
Terms of sale are cash.
The bouds of the sahl Company, scoured by ti e
three first mortgages, to wit: The mortgage o
Edward Sandford, dated May L 1861; thc seoo d
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March I,
1853, and the mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated the 12th of April, 1865, shall bc accepted In
full as part payment, according to the priority of
said mortgages; and the bonds of the said Com?
pany, secured by the mortgage to the said Morris
K. Jcsup, shall be accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment in the order of priority established In said
mortgage. M. CRONLY, commissioner.
Wilmington. N. C._novio tuflSwl
I" ARGE SALES OF VALUABLE LANDS
j at Camden, S. C.
Aa Attorncya and Solictore, the subecrlbers will
have Mild iu Camden, on MONDAY, the third day
of.January next, under F'lera Facias, and under
Deoreos iii Equity,
Large numbers of valuable parcels of LAND
near Camden, forming lists too extensive for
general Hdvertiseuieni. By arrangements, Sher
itfs Stiles as weh os Equity Salea will be mad*
mostly on credit.
For lisu and Information apply to either of Ut?
nuderslgtied. JOS. 13. KRltSUAW.
WM. M. SHANNON.
Camden. S. C., December 20, 1809.
?lacljincrtj, (Eastings, &t.
ESTABLISH KO 1839,
FOOT OP 14TU STREET, EAST RIVHR.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WO BK
FOR BUILDING r?ltrOSER.
<;EO. B. JACKSON, BURNHT di co.,
2AN0? orPHJfl, NO. 201 CENTS! 8TRH*T,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
OLM ES ?fc MACBETH,
No. 38 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, s. c.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATH
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will attend to Renting and CoUeetlngof Rents
ami parchase and sale of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par
tics in the country upon reasonable term?,
asoanu u uuijtia........ALKAAan-Kn Ktesara.