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Auction Si. les Ihis Day.
Louis I). Dc^aussuro will sell at ll o'clock,
at thc Old Postofttce, lot of ?and and dwelling.
Risley ii Creighton will sell at ll "o'clock, on
Accommodation wharf, cargo molasses.
Sheriff Mackey will sell at - o'clock, in Gadsden
street, contents of a grocery store.
Sleeting* Tula Day.
R. W. Gran? Encampment, at 7 P. M.
Solomon's Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Hoard Trustees P. E. Society, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Mechanic Society, at S P. IZ.
Mechanics.' Union, No. 1, at 7 P. M.
Palmetto Encampment, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Kille Chili, at half-past 7 P. M.
I?dmctto Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
TUE CHEAPEST YET.-Thc NEWS Job OiDce is
now printing bill-heads in thc best style and on
fine papt^, ?2 50 per thousand. Merchants, thiuk
? THE PIION'IX.-Our lively contemporary, thc
Columbia Phoenix, celebrates thc Now Year by a
considerable eu'mrjjcment of its sheet, and pre?
sents otherwise unmistakable evidences that the
times are brightening. The subscription price of
: the Phoenix is $4 for sixtaojbths.
i ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC FAUL-This fair has
^^been >o weil attende! during the past week that
Ht: has been determined to continue it until Wed
HHfcsday next. A number of additions have buen
(apile, and lt has been rendered, If possible, more
attractive than heretofore. As the object of the
fair ls a most deserving one, it should have a sub?
stantial and liberal support. .
BLACK MONDAY.-Christmas is over, 1SC9 is
numbered with the past, and Blacka^Ionday
dawns te-day. The "high old time" enjoyed dnr
lng the holidays renders the return to the thral?
dom of school or work-a-day Lye somewhat irk?
some, and the transition from play to toil will be
keenly felt for a time. Thc varions schools in the
city resume their exercises to-day, and there will
be no more vacation until the Easter holidays.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL.-Our friends of |
the Freundschaftsbund, who are always so sue"
cess'al in devising and carrying out schemes of
social enjoyment, are getting ready for a grand
masquerade ball, to came off at Hibernian Hall,
on the evening of the 3d of February. It will
probably eclipse anything of the kind that has
ever been seen in Charleston. Although the num?
ber of tickets will be limited, a cordial Invitation
ls extended to thc friends of thc Bund and the
general public to participate in the festivities.
DEPARTURE CF TUE SPAXISII FLEET.-^The
fifteen Spanish gunboats that have been anchored
off the battery for the yast few days went to sea
on Saturday morning in tow of the steamtng
Samson. The frigate Tizarro was In w<ing out?
side, and the fleet was soon on its way to the
"Ever Faithful Isle." Two of the gunboats have
not been heard from and are supposed to have
be% lost on the North Carolina coast. The wind
was very high on Saturday night and the sea?
going qualities of the "musquito fleet" were doubt
Vss severely tested.
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.-At
the seml-centeunlal anniversary of the Charleston
Typographical Society, held on the 1st instant,
the following officers were unanimously elected
for the ensuing year: Thomas J. Webb, president;
.C. "A. D, Church, vice-president; S. D. Dutson,
treasurer, vice J. W. Ratland, who declined a re?
election; James Ronan, secretary. Standing Com?
mittee-J. Carr, J. W. Rutland and E. B. Bradley.
Relief Committee-C. A. D. Church, J. D. Parry
and E. B. Bradley. Burial Gronnd Committee
H. P. Cooke, H. Holton and J. W. Rutland.
REV. THOMAS SMYTH, D. D.-This venerable
and learned divine, who for forty years has been
the pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of
this city, was on Saturday last the recipient or a
testimonial of affection from his congregation, In
thc form of a valuable gold watch, presented to
him as a New Year's gift. It can be seen for a
few days at Mr. Allan's Jewelry store, No. 307
King street, and ls well worthy of inspection as a
very superior article of American workmanship.
We also understand that the yoong ladies of thc
Sunday school of this church also presented then*
beloved pastor, on Christmas lost, with a hand
somejiuggy blanket and rag, as a token of their
MASONIC ELECTIONS_At a regular conT?ca^
tion of Washington Chapter, No. 24, R.A. M., held
at Bamberg, S. C., December 25,1869, A. L. 5809,
tthe following officers were elected: C. J. Faust, H.
i\ ; J. S. Bamberg,king; G. W. Turner.scrlbe; M. W.
Felder, C. H.; F. E. Salinas, P. S.; Calvin Rice, R. A.
?.; John C. Dowllng.G. M., third veil;D. A, H?tts,G.
.M., second veil; J. A. J. Rice, G. M., first veil; Jos.
W. Smith, treasurer; L. A. Wright, secretary; J.
E. Free, sentinel.
At?, regular communication of Allen Lodge,
No. 38, A. F. M., held at Bamberg, S. C., Decem?
ber 25, 1369, A. L. 5869, the following officers were
elected: C. J. Faust, W. M.; J. S. Bamberg, S. W.;
F. E. SaUna*, J. W.; C. C. McMillan, S. D.; R. F.
Simmous, J. D.; James W. Smith, treasurer; L. A.
Wright, secretary; A. E. Simmons, tyler; James
W. Browning, James Dixon, stewards; Rev. Jas.
F. Buist, chaplain. ^
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.-The January
number of this magazine was issued on Satur?
day, and contains au article by Judge Longstreet,
on Governor Perry's Sketch of the Life of Cal?
houn, which wiU attract attention. Judge Long?
street does not mince matters, and mildly asks
thc reader whether he has "used a severity to?
wards Mr. Perry' unbecoming his age and caU
lng." We have an interesting paper on "Early
Literary Progress ia South Carolina," by Dr.
Simms; "Pattes de Velours," a graceful poem by
Mr. Sass, and "Shoulder to Shoulder," by Per?
sonne; "A Message from thc Sea" wiU not, we re?
gret to say, add to the literary r?putation of the
magazine. Poor prose is better than yard-stick
The proprietors announce that in the February
number will be given the opening of a new South?
ern romance "The Storm and the Sunset," by
Colonel Harry Cleveland.
- SHREDS OF STATE NEWS.-The Orangerjrrrg--|
News says that there has been a great rise m the
Edisto. The whole swamp ls under water, for
three-quarters of a mlle from the river bank. Mr.
Al. P. Harley's dam has given way, and the water
has overflowed lt In several places. Thc bridges
are all badly damaged, though none of them are
Moses Dowlll, of Georgetown, was badly burned
on Christmas day, by the explosion of a flask of
On Wednesday, thc 22d ult., thc store of Mr. A.
Morgan, of Georgetown, was robbed of a sum of
money; and on Monday night a negro named
Buces was shot while making a similar attempt.
Alf/ed Geiger, negro, has been arrested on sus?
picion of being one of the would-be murderers of
Mrs. Sarah1 Richardson, near Columbia. Mrs
Richardson may recover.
CRUMBS.-The Union League wore. crape on
their badges on Saturday, as a mart of respect
to Stanton. lr
Sam Dickerson, the valiant captain of a colored
company, had an altercation aa Saturday with
1 an outsider, also colored, In which the latter so
far forgot the respect ?tue Sam's bullion epau?
lettes, as to strike him with a small stick. Sam
was not "spiling for a fight," and had the offender,
Flags were flying on Saturday from the City
Hall and Guardhouse-H U presumed la honor or
the emancipation anniversary.
Ford's Dramatic Company are staying at the
pavilion Hotel, aud Miss Laura Alexauder is at
Officer Lovett has arrested Sarah Rivers, color?
ed charged wlthOhe larceny or $100 from Miss
Drayton, and Joseph Young, colored, charged
With shoplifting from Mrs. Campbell, at the cor?
der of Hanover and Columbus streets.
" NEW TEAR'S DAT-THE EM ANTI r.v non CELE?
BRATION.-New Year's day in Charleston passed
oft" with marked quiet. It was very generally
made thc occasion as usual of social and family
reunions; hut if we except the turnout of a few
of Hie colored people, there was no outdoor inci?
dent worthy of note.
The procession formed in honor or the anniver?
sary of emancipation was composed of four color?
ed military companies, followed l>y a straggling
linc made up of thc mcmUcrs of the Union League
and other colored associations. The whole Was
preceded bj a baud, and was under Hie chief niar
Shalship or Magistrate T. J. .Mackey -the only
white man, by thc way. in thc pageant-who
was supported in ?he execution or his arduous
duties by as mauy ebony assistants, on prancing
chargers, as would have surtlccJ to marshal a
After inarching through the principal streets,
the procession went to thc Military Hail, where
thc emancipation proclamation was read by R. D.
Artson, colored, and an oration delivered by W.
il: Mishaw, colored. Speeches were also made by
T. J. Mackey and F. J. Moses, Jr.
Mayor Pillsbury, Collector Clark, and the lead?
ing Republicans of the city, both white and col?
ored, were all invited to participate jn the cele?
bration, but they did not respond. Tiic Uuiou
League, "though mostly colored, has about 150
white men enrolled on ifs list of members, but
they were all minus on this occasion.
BUSINESS CHANGES.-rr? addition to the busi?
ness changes incident to the New Year, which we
already noticed, announcements ol the following
will bc found in thc advertising columns or THE
LENGNI. X A- SELL.-Mr. Charles Foster has
been admitted into this firm, the style or which
will in ruturebe Lcuguick, Sell A Foster.
SEYMOUR A SILCOX.-This ?rm having been dis?
solved by mutual consent, the paiut aud oil busi?
ness will bo continued at thc old stand, No. 79
Coming street, by Mr. S. C. Seymour.
EDWARD M. MORELAND.-This, gentleman hav?
ing withdrawn from the firm of L. Gambrill A
Co., will continue the brokerage business on his
own account, at No. iO Broad street.
EDWIN DATES A Co.-Mr. Charles K. Bates was
admitted as a partner in this lirra on theist in?
J. N. TIDEMANN A Co.-This Urra having^bcen
dissolved by mutual consent, the business will bc
continued by two of thc partners, Messrs. Wm.
Burmestcr and John D. Zerbst, under the style of
Burmestcr A Zerbst.
HAMLET AT THE ACADEMY.-This everting,
after an Interval of nearly twelve years, there ls
to be a revival of the Shakespearean drama on thc
Charleston stage. Everybody will bc glad to have
a season or the noble tragedies with which wc
arc all so Tamiliar, especially as they will be
brought out In splendid style. Manager Ford has
been at great expense to secure for a few nights
thc services of Neil Warner, the eminent Eng?
lish tragedian, who will appear in a series
of the standard and favorite plays. Mr.
Warner will bc supported, we feel authorized
to say, by an excellent combination or
talent. To night wc arc to have Hamlet,
Mr. Warner personating thc moody Prince or Den?
mark. Miss Eldridge, whom we have hitherto
known chiefly in comedy parts, will make a lovely
Ophelia. Included in thc cast arc Mr. Parker as
Polonlus, Mrs. Eldridge as the Queen, Miss Alex?
ander as the Player-Queen, Mr. Ryan as thc
Grave Digger, and Mr. O'Neil as the Ghost. The
tragedy will be presented with every elaboration
or detail. Wc advise our readers to secure their
seats early to-day, as there ls sure to be a crowded
ELECTION OF VKSTRTMEN.-The following
gentlemen have been elected to serve as vestry?
men at thc Cathedral Chapel: John MoKeegan,
Thomas O'Brien, J. F. O'Neill, H. F. Baker, Ber
nard O'Neill, M. W. St. Amand, M. P. O'Connor,
John Doughertv, and T. C. Ryan.
THE LICENSE BILL AGAIN.-Thc secret ses?
sion of Council on Friday night resulted In a
modification or thc License bill, and a special
meeting was called on Saturday night In or Jei?
to give the bul Its second and third readings.
Only five of the Aldermen were In attendance,
and no meeting could be held. We understand
that many of the obnoxious features of the bill
have been mod tiled. Brokers are taxed onl.r $50,
and thc general tax on the various branches of
their business has been reduced about onc-balf.
The tax on liquor dealers has been lowered, and
that on lawyers and doctors has been increas?
ed to $2? The bill has been much Improved, and
ls generally more equitable in Its provisions,
but will hardly prove acceptable to the majority
of taxpayers. Aldermau Wall, we learn, wilt
press an amendment prohibiting persons licensed
from making any distinction ou account of race
or color, undera heavy penalty.
HALF-RATE MESSAGES.-The Western Union
Telegraph Company will receive messages at and
for all stations on the lines, East of thc Mississippi
River and west of thc Province or New Bruns?
wick, for transmission during the night, at one
half the usual tariff rates; provided, however,
that the tolls on any message at half rates shall
not be less than twenty cents. Hair rate mes?
sages arc required to be written upou hair rate
messige blanks, which can bc obtained by appli?
cation at the offices of the company. Messages
to be transmitted at tlf rates will bc received at
any hour during the day between 8 o'clock A. M.
and 8 o'clock P. M., at all ?nices vhleh arc open
between those hours, and until io o'clock P. M. at
stations which receive night Press reports. Thc
company receives' messages to be transmitted at
halt rates upou thc express condition that it shall
not be liable for errors or delays In the transmis?
sion or delivery, or for non-delivery, or any mes?
sage beyond the amouut received for scuding
Hotel Arrivals-January 1 and ?.
G. H. St. Clair, South Carolina; E. G. Seldon,
Wilmington; Frau?: W. Cummings, New York; J.
C. Gillett, Augusta; J. I'. Webber and wife, Balti?
more; J. B. Benfield, wife and daughter. Oswego;
H. Terry, Richmond; R. S. Cathcart, City; W. H.
McDowell. Wilmington; J. C. Hilliard, J. 0. Pier?
son, Hartford; Thomas Farnham and wife, Miss
Jennie Malssard, New Tork; J. C. Olney and wife,
T. W. Gilford, Massachusetts; J. L. Henry, Savan?
nah; H. England and lady, South Carolina ; C. W.
Pceples and lady, Beaufort; H. Parker, Doston;
Daniel Crawford, California; H. M. Dranc, Miss
Louisa Alexander, North Carolina; B. R. Camp?
bell, Laurens Courthouse; R. P. Mayes, Sumter;
D. Callahan, Savannah; C. C. Leary, New^JTork;
W. T. Dunaing, W. C. Pettibone, Hartford.
L. D. Chadwick, Wadmalawf J. W. Thompson,
Sumter; H. C. Mathewes, South Carolina; V. S.
Hall, Sumter; H. Parker, Boston; George Smith,
J. M. Keen, South Carolina; H. L. Beckman G. A
C. R. R.; Edwlu Brooks, Brooklyn; F. W. Lou
dettc, schoouer Steele Lui.day; J. M.? Hamilton,
Abbeville; M. A?gle, Ford's Company: M. Windle,
PhUadelphla; R. A. McMillan, Kingstree; J. P.
Mcllard, South Carolina;/?. Loryeat Branchville;
H. W. Lucken, Walterboro', J. R^ Ford and Ford's
Dramatic Company, Jas. O'Neill, G. H. Gardner,
James Parker, W. H. Burton, W. Sheldon, Miss
LUUe Eldridge Mrs. I*.* Eldridge, Miss Lizzie Her?
bert, Miss F. LaFoud, Miss T. Lyle, S. B. Arnold.
H. Sinclair and Mark Read; T. P. Lockwood,
Summerville; G. K. Smith and J. D. Carraway,
Spanish fleet; A. P. Black, New Jersey; R. E.
Clark, Louisville, S. C.; . Gorham, Savannah^ W.
L. Cook, Camden; Jvll. McIntosh, Ferna adina; J.
N. Gibson and wife, Louisville; Mrs. C. Avery,
Mrs. Hodges, Wm. A. Rikcr, New York; N. J.
Thouron, steamer Pilot Boy.
J. norward, Buffalo; W. M. Hill, Rhode Island;
N.C. Miller,3. W. Sruyser, City; W. D. Screven,
H. W. Johnson, J. Hylard. J. D. Gilbert and lady,
J. H. Coukliu, B. S. Howers, A. M. Cutler. G. A.
batchcldcr, F. Wise, New York; S. B. Thompson,
Beaufort; J. Sedgwick, Wilmington; J. C. Jones,
J. Smith, John Smith, Hartsville; W. Withers, Jr..
Newark; W. D. Clark, New York; R, Harrison, Sa?
vannah; J. T. Buckingham, New Orleans.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TnE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, wlfh
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant "rftrri
business man should have his card printed on his
A VALUABLE PIECE OF REAL ESTATE.-Spe?
cial attention is called to thc advertisement of
sale under decree iu equity, by Ilutson Lee, auc?
tioneer, on to-morrow, 4th instant, at ll o'clock,
at thc north of thc Old Customhouse, of thc valu?
able lol, with thc buildlugs thereon, at thc north?
west corner of Broad and East Bay streets. Thc
premises were formerly occupied for mauy years
by the Bank of South Carolbia as a banking
house. The location is well known, and, for busi?
ness purposes, one or the most desirable in thc
city. The sale will, wc learn, be positive and un?
SAVE YOUR MONET ?-HOW ? By purcliasinj
your stationery at the Hasel street Bazaar, oppo?
site thc Synagogue.
ONE QUIRE initial note paper and envelopes
to match, forty cents. Hasel street Bazaar, op?
posite the Synagogue. dec29 4
Sijirts ono irnrmsrjing ?ooirs.
SCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
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THE CHAMPION BRACE.
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THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION BRACE.
THE CHAMPION M?ACB.
THE CHAMPION BRACE?.
TUE CHAMPION BRACE.
This Brace, In its peculiar construction, has ai
thc advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACE
First. It docs not disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot slip olf the shoulders. Third.
There ls less strain on the buttons of thc pnnts
than with commora Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of the pant3 can be adjusted indepen?
dently. Fifth. By means or the Adjustible
Back Strap a gentle or powerful brace can be ob?
tained. Sixth. It attaches to thc pants at thc
same points that the ordiuary Suspender does.
For sale by
Dealer in the Celebrated Star Shirts and Men's
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
Sole Agent for the above Brace In Charleston, S. C.
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FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN EXTRACTS.
Toilet Sets, Ac., Ac.
Hair, Tooth, Cloth and Nail BRUSHES
Ivory, Shell and Buffalo Combs
Jean Marie Farina
AIMAR'S PREMIUM COLOGNE WATERS.
At ATMAR'S, No. 4C9 King,
dec20 13_Corner Vandcrhorst street.
?rt} ?oods, &t.
ITTTT^'T^M A si
NE PLUS ULTRA !
We, the undersigned, take especial pleasure In
announcing that wc will take up stock in a few
days, and have marked down all our
As well as the whole of our weU assorted stock of
Especial attention to a fine lot of
? At $3, worth $5, must be sold.
50 pair left or the very cheap
^0-4 B LA NKETS
$3 75, worth $4 50.
FURCHGOTT A BRO., .
No. 437 King, corner Calhoun stroet.
J?-A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks. dec21
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFAC?
No. 345 KINO STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Old Frames Regllt equal to new. Looking
glasses of all sizes titted to Frames.
Just received, an assortment of One Chromes
and Emrravigns. dcc8" wrm3/nos
-?ENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE SPOTS
Mauuractured and for sale, wholesale and re
tad, by UK. H. RAER,
no?3 No. 131 Meeting street.
(Elotl)iug anb ?urnisljing (Swobs.
MENKE A- MULLER,
No. 3 2 5 KING STREET,
Three Doors below Liberty street.
nave just, received ami opened a larne and fine
assortment of Mon's Yon tits' and Hoy's CLOTH
LNG, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Stilts,
White ".nd Coloicd Shirts, Underwear Goods, A-c,
EngUsh and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Courtier's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin,
Calfskin; Cloth, Cassimcre, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen and raper Collars, Cravats,
Neck Tics, rocket Handkercltiefs, Suspenders,
Also, a large and well assorted stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSIMERE, DOESKIN, BEAVER
CLOTH, Ac, a large variety of the new style Pants
and Vest Patterns, which wc offer to sell by piece,
yard or pattern, or make up into garments by
measure, In the latest style?
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low, In plain figures.
Being confident that we can offer Inducements
unequalled by any other house, we solicit buyers
In our line to give us a call before purchasing
All orders will, receive our prompt and very
careful attention. '
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed.
oct.il ni wrara os
Cigars, tobacco, ?>c.
JJ O IMPOSITION! .
R.B. MORILLO, Manufacturer-or Havana and
Domestic CIGARS, and dealc%jn TOBACCO, Snutr
and Pipes, keeps always on hand a lull assort?
ment or thc above articles, and offers them from
20 to so cents per 100 cheaper than any other
honse. Any orders mr Cigars will be promptly
and faithfully executed.
Having on hand a large stock of Pipes, I offer
them at cost prices. Terms cash or city accep?
tance. Call at
dccU m _No. 333 KING STREET.
CIGAR MANUFACTORY AND WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. SH Kiug street, Corner of Society street,
"SIC.N OF TUE INDIAN CniBF."
LA CAROLINA CIGARS, at $20 per M
La Carolina Cigars, No.-l, at $22 per M
Corona Je Espa?a, No. 1, at $2? per M
El Bouquet, at $30 per M* m
Partagas, (Havana filling,) at $40 per M
n. Upraann, (Havana,) at $50 per M
Figaro, (Genuine Spanish,) at $75 per M
Jenny Lind, at $so per M.
As all these brands arc made under my especial
care and supervision, I can warrant that all
Cigars smoke well and will give satisfaction
at thc prices.
Imported Cigars of different grades.
For Cigar Manufacturers, a large assortment of
A stock ot Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
Merchants and Consumers are respectrully In?
vited to give me a call, thc undersigned being re?
solved to give satisractlon.
dcclS smwlnio J. MADSEN.
USS E~LT"*Tir0~0^~S TORE.
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Studies rroni the choice Poems of Thomas Hood.
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designs by Dorc. $10.
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The Universe; or, the Infinitely Great and the In?
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Pictures of su^ty. comprising one hundred
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1T?*RTF~F ' s TA~LST~~
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, will bc
.sold THIS DAY, the Hilrd day of January,
In Cadsilen street, west side, between Wentworth
and Montague streets.
The Contents of a GROCERY STORE, consisting
or a general assortment of GROCERIES, WINES,
Levied on and to be sold as thc property ol E.
Brassen, nt thc suit of B. O'Neill.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
jan3 ._S. C. C.
By RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
FLEST CARGO VERY CHOICE NEW
Crop Clayed Molasses.
We vin sdi THIS DAY, January 3d, at ll
o'clock A. M., on Accoramoilatlon Wharf.
250 linds. Choice New Crop Clayed MOLASSES
24 tierces Choice New Crop Clayed Molasses,
cargo ex-Schooner ELLA, rrom Matanzas.
Terms-Sums under Siooo cash ; over that
amount thirty days city acceptanee will be re?
ceived. RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
jan3_Importara, Accommodation Wharf
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
JT^OT OF LAND AND DWELLING,
DuBOftE EGLESTON. WM.' J. EGLESTON TS1
MARY E. EGLESTON, AND OTHERS.
In pursuance or an order or conrt in this cause,
will be sold at auction, at thc Old Postofficc,?In
Charleston, S. C., to thc highest bidder, THIS
DAY, the 3d day ot January, 1870, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the woo?en Dwel?
ling House thereon, situate on the north side ot
Warren street, west of Thomas street (next to
the residence of Loftus C. Clifford, Esq.) Ehe res?
idence contains nine rooms and two dressing
rooms, double piazzas, Ac; the kitchen contains
six rooms. Thc Lot measures on the from line 91
feet, and on the west linc 80 feet; also an undi?
vided half interest In the right of way over a strip
or land included between tho?soulh and west
lines of the lot now or late or Rev. J. S. Hanckel,
and a linc connecting 2u feet cast of thc north?
west corner of thc lot east of this Lot, and 18
Inches north of thc sooth live of said Hanckel,
and then running west 82 feet 2 inches, and then
northwardly to thc north line of the lot of said
Rev. J. S. Hanckel, dividing thc privy into tw
equal parts, as per plat recorded In the office o;
Registrar ol Mesno Conveyance ror Charleston
County. In Book C, No. 12, page 221.
Terms-One-third or purchase money to be pala
In cash on day or sale; balance in one and two
years thereafter in equal annual instalments,
with Interest rrom day of sale, payable annually,
purchaser giving bond and good .security aud
a mortgage of premises, and paying for papers
and revenue stamps.
S. B. CLOWNEY.
Clerk of Common Pleas for Fairfield County.
By B. C PEIXOTTO & SON.
VALUABLE E.EAL ESTATE h
By virtue of an order or sale, to me directed, by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina. I will offer for sale at public Auction,
THIS DAY, the 3d of January, 1870, at the
Courthouse* in the City of Columbia, at io
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the building and all bricks and material re?
maining thereon, situate, lying and being in the
City of Columbia, sn ii si tua te aforesaid. and des- J
cribed In a conveyance thercoT, from John J."
Klnsler, to Benjamin F. Evans A Harvey Cogs?
well, dated the 29th day or August A. D., 1863,
recorded In the Mesne Conveyance office,
Richland District, in Book B. p. 420, as all that
Piece, Parcel or Tract of Land, containing three
acres and a half of an acre or land, bc the same
more or less, situated in thc City of Columbia,
and bounded on the north by Lady street, and on
thc south by Gervais street, and on the west by
Huger street, and on the east in part, by Pulaski
street, and in part by Hannah and Amelia Bugg's
Thc same to be sold free from all Hen or encum?
Terms of Sale-Ono third cash; balance on a
credit or one, two and three years, secured by
bond or purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum from the day of sale,
payable rmnuaHy, and mortgage of premises.
Purchaser to pay assignee for papers amistara ps.
G. HERBERT SASS,
Assignee of Evans A Cogswell.
OFFICE OP THE RKQISTRAR IN BANKRUPTCY, I
CHARLESTON, S. C. j
Pursuant to the order of thc court in the above
case, notice ls hereby given to all creditors claim?
ing any Hen upon the property above described,
to come In and prove their claims, before me, on
or before the first Monday in January, A. D., 1870,
In default thereof to be forever barred from and
of the same. JULIUS C. CARPENTER,
Auctioneers' IJnuote^?ales, 8?t.
By J. FRASER KATHE WES.
VALUABLE PLANTATION NEAR THE
city for sale.
At Private Sale_
Headquarters PLANTATION, on John's Island,
on the Stono River, near the mouth of Wappoo
Cut, about five miles from Charleston, centalnlng
1200 acres of land, 500 of which ls cotton land.
On the place is a fine dwelling, kitchen and sta?
ble, all of brick, about 20 negro houses, engine
house with an eight horse engine, gins, cotton
whipper, grist mill and appurtenances, black?
smith shop, an orchard of choice apples, pears,
plums, Ac ?
For terms, apply as above._declO thm
By WILBUR & SON.
SMALL AND DESIRABLY LOCATED
DWELLING, lower part of the city.
For Sale for Division
HOUSE and Brick outbuilding, situated on the
south aide Tradd street, No. 77, third door west
rrom King street. Two story wooden Dwelling
Hrlck Kitchen, cistern and well or water and out?
buildings. Lot 30 reet front by 120 feet deep. Will
bc sold low dowu for cash for division. Apply to
No. 78 Broad street. dcc.'JO 4*
Auction Etales--irntnre dans.
J>~? F E R E E ' S S~?~L E~7~
By virtue of a decree or the Court of Common
ricas, ror thc Fon nh Circuit or 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 ot the Court?
house lu Wilmington, in the state or North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
6th dav or January, 1S70,
All that portion or the WILMINGTON AND
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which lies within the
State or South Carolina, with all the ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots, Workshops, Materi?
als, and everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all the rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as set forth and more particu?
larly described lu the several mortgages men?
tioned in the proceedings.
The terms of thc sale are cash ; the bonds of the
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
m the report of the special referee, and flied in
the case, to be accepted from thc purchaser pro
rata as part payment in thc order of priority es?
tablished by thc report; provided that the same
rateable proportion or cash be paid lu for the
other bonds of the same grade of priority not in
the hands of the purchaser; and provided, also,
that Bufllclcnt cash be paid in to cover costs,
charges and expenses of Bale; the purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, 10th November, 1869.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Equity of
the County or New Hanover, or the State or
North Carolina, In the case or Morris K. Jesup,
et al, vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company, et al, Michael Cronley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed Uy the CourP, will sell at
Public Auction, at the door or the Courthouse,
In Wilmington, In the State or North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the 5th
day or January. 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND MAN?
CHESTER RAILROAD which lies within thc Slate
of North Carolina, with all thc rolling stock, equip?
ments, depots, workshops, materials and every?
thing thereunto pertaining, together with all the
rights, privileges, franchises and appurtenances,
as'set forth and more particularly described In
the several mortgages mentioned hi the pro?
Terms or sale arc cash.
The bonds or the said Company, secured by the
three first mortgages, to wit: The mortgage to
Edward Sandford, dated May 1,1851; the second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March 1,
18;">3, and the mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated the 12th or April, 1855, shall be accepted In
lull as part payment, according to the priority or
said mortgages; and the bonds of the said Com?
pany, secured by the mortgage to the said Morris
K. Jesup, shall be accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment In the order of priority established in said
mortgage. M. CRONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington. N. C._novie t uns wi
J T. H U M P fT R E Y. S,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE5 OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, w. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. lt.
WARING, Esq. OCt4
Auction Sales--vf ntnrc Elans.
CHOICE NEW CROP MOLASSES3."
Will sell WEDNESDAY" MORNING nr.xr.Jt?
?slant, at ll o'clock, alongside schooner T: cnn*
isklmmons, Just arrived from Matanzas,
100 linds. )
SO tierces J Choice New Crop Clayed MOLASSES.
30 obis. J
Selected expressly for this market.
And immediately after, at same place, landing1
from brig S. P. Brown, from Havana,
SO Illida. Muscovado 1 ?AT tacc-c
70 hlids. Centrifugal! WfcABB?. Jan3
By A. C. McGILLIVBAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQU'ITY.
WM. M. BAILEY, et al, V3. CHARLES G.
W HALEY, et al.
Will be sold on THUBSDAY, 8th day of Janua?
ry, 1S70, In froat of the Old Customhouse, at ll
Relock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND sit?
uate on Wadmalaw Island, Charlestoa County,
measuring and containing 200acres, more or less;
bu."ing and bounding north on Wadmalaw
Sound, south on Lands of Joseph S. Whaler, east
on Lands of Georg* Scharlock, and west on Lands
of Edward XaRoche.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of A
one and two years, with Interest from day of
sale. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
dec23 tuthmth4 S. C. C.
By HUTSON LEE,
BELL VS. THE BANK OF SOUTH CAR?
on TUESDAY, 4th day of January, 1S70, will he
sold at thc Old Custom House lu Charleston..
AU that LOT OF LAND with thc Buildings and
Improvements thereon, sitnate at the northwest
corser of East Bay and Broad streets, in the City
of Charleston, mcasnrlng aud containing in front
on Broad street, forty-seven (47) feet more or leas;
on the back or north linc-feet more or less; on
thc east Une-feet more or less, and on the west
line-feet more or less, and butting and bound?
ing to the north on land oj Charles Litchgi, to the
south ou Broad street jfToresald, to the east on
East Bay street, and to the west on land of estate
of Mitchell King, as will mor ?fal ly appearby olat
of John A Mitchell, surveyor. #
Term?-One-third cash In United States curren?
cy ; balance payable in two equal successive an nuirl
al instalments, with 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 be Insured
policy of insurance assigned, thc purchaser or
purchasers, however, being at liberty to^iay the
whole purchase money hi ?ash. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
deo22 w2 8tu2 E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
By HUTSON LEE,
AC. RICHMOND, CLERK; TS. A. E. .
On TUESDAY, 4th day of January, 1170, will be
sold at thc Old Customhouse, In Charlestoa, at ll
All that LOT OF LAND, situate, lying and being
on the north side of Tradd street, In the City of
Charleston and State aforesaid, known by the No.
37, on the plan of the lands of Robert Llmehoose.
measuring and containing lu front on Tradd street
about forty (40) feet; on the east Une one hundred
and fifty (150) feet, and on the west line one hun?
dred and twenty-five (125) feet, be the said meas?
urements more or less.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance payable Bl
four equal successive annual Instalments, with in?
terest thereon at the rate of seven (7) per oeat.
per annum, payable annually, secured by bond or
tonds of the purchaser, and mortgage of the said "
''premises; the buildings to be Insured and policy
of Insurance assigned. Pure has w to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,w
dec22 wi jan3,4_8, C. fl.
By HUTSON LEE.
AC. RICHMOND, CLERK, vs. JOHN
. G. ITGEN.
On TUESDAY, 4th day of January, 1869, will
be sold, at the Old Customhouse In Charleston,
AU that LOT OF LAND situate, lying and being
on thc north side of Tradd street, In the City of
Charleston, and State aforesaid, known by the
Number 38 on the plan of thc lands of Robert Lime
house, measuring and containing In front on
Tradd street about twenty-five (25) feel, on the
east- line about one hundredannd Hrcnty-flve
(125) feet, and on the west Uae about one hundred.
(100) feet, be the said measurements more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above to
the west, and known by tho Number 39, on the
plan of the lands of Robert Llmehonse abovo
mentioned, measuring and containing In front
on Tradd street about twenty-five (25) feet, on
the east Une about one hundred (100) feet, and
OB the west Une about seventy-five (75) feet, be
the said measurements more or less.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance payable In
four equal annual Instalments, with Interest
thereon at the rate of seven per cent, per annum,
payable annually, secured by bond or bonds of
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
The buildings to. be Insured and policy Of insur?
ance assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, %
dec2?wl Jan3,4 S. C.-C. "
. By LOUIS D. BeSAUSfefflB.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.* #
Livingston vs. Hazlehurst- Farm about one
and a half miles from city Une. -
Pursuant to the order of the Court, will be sold
at public auction, on TUESDAY, the is tn January, *
1870, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Old Postofflce, in
The TRACT OF LAND on Ashley River known
as the "Livingston Farm," about one and a half
miles from the city Une and four and a half mUes
from the Courthouse, containing about 90 acres
of high and marsh Land. Bounded on the north
by Lands of-Happoldt; east on Lands of
Disher und Dr. Yates; south on Lands of Kins?
man, and west on Ashley River. On the place is
a good dwelling house, with eight rooms, and
piazzas on three sides, kitchen, negro houses,
barn and stable.
The Farm ls on, a high bluff on the river an
commands a fine view; lt ls considered healthy
to live on most of the year. The bluff could be
used as a landing, and would make a good site
for a phosphate mill.
Terms-One third cash; balance by bonds bear?
ing seven per cent, semi-annual Interest, payable
in two equal successive annual Instalments from
day of sale, to be secured by a mortgage of the
premises; thc buildings to be insured and policy
assigned. Purchasers to pay for stamps and all
necessary papers. W. D. LIVINGSTON,
dec28 tnf2wrmsmt.ua Special Commissioner.
By ALONZO J. TVHITE & SON.
AVERY DESIRABLE BRICK RESI?
DENCE, No. 26 George street, second door
cast of King street.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 6th Instant, at
ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce, foot of Broad
That desirable BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 26
George street, containing sefen rooms, pantry,
dressing rooms, Ac. On the premises are all ne?
cessary outbuildings of brick, fine cistern and well
of water. The buildings and premises are In good
repair. Lot measures about 50 feet front on
George street, by about iso feet deep, be the same
more or less. The premises are now vacant, and
can be examined by application at our office, No.
58 East Bay. a
Conditions-Three thousand doUars cash; bal?
ance In one year, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises; Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annu?
ally. Premises to be Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps,
By BOWERS & S1LCOX,
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In the matter of John Hargrave to Henry 0.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 18th day er Janu?
ary, A. D. 1870, at ll o'clock A. M., in front of the
Old Customhouse, at the foot of Broad street,
L All that LOT OF LAND on the south side of
Cannon's Court, containing 42 feel front by 140
feet In depth on the east line, and 145 feet m depth
on the west line, bounding north on Cannon's
Court, south on Lands or A. V. Dawson, west on
Lands now or late or H. Wortbman, and east OB
Lot No. 166; Hie said Lot being known in Payne's
plan of T. N. Gadsden's Lands by the No. 167. .*?
2. All that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above to
thc cast, and known in the said Payne's plan by tho?
Nu. 166, measuring In front on Cannon's Court 42
feet by about 143 feet in depth. Bounding north
ou Cannon's Court, south on lands of A. V. Daw?
son, west ^n Lot No. 167, and east on Lots Nos.
163,164 and 165.
3. AU that LOT OF LAND on the east side of Pine
street, and known In said Payne's plan by the No.
216, measuring In front on Pjnc street 40 feet, by
about 96 feet lu depth. Bounding north on Lot
No. 217, south on Lot No. 215, west on Pine street,
and east on Lot No. 214.
4. All that LOT OF LAND known in Payne's plan
by the No. 210, measuring In front on Pine street
40 feet, by about 96 feet ba depth. Bounding west
on Pine street, east on Lot No. 220, north on Lot
Nos. 223, 224 and 225, and south on Lot No. 217.
5. All ihat LOT OF LAND known In Payne's
plan by the No. 206, situate* at the southeast cor?
ner ol Cblnquepen street aud Cannon's Conrt,
?measuring 38 feet 5 inches on Cannon's Court,
by about 100 feet In depth; bounding north on
Cannon's Court, west on Chlnquepen street,
south on Lot No. 207, and east ?>n Lot No. 205.
6. All those LOIS OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate On the west side of President
street and known In Payne's plan by the Nos. 163
and 164; mcasnrlng together In front on Presi?
dent street 82 leer, oa the back line ?3 feet, and
in depth 120 feet: bounded east on President
street, west on Lot No. 166. north on Lot No. 166,
and south ou Lands or A. V. Dawson, be the di?
mensions or all the aroresaid property more or
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, with interest from the day of
sale, payable semi-annually, secured by bond?
thc purchasers and mortgage of the premises,
with covenant for resale on a breach of a condi?
tion of the bonds. Purchasers to pay for papers
and stamps ami taxes for the year 1870.