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v C I T Y AFFAIRS.
Meeting? Titi? Day.
Carolina Chapter, at half-pait 7 P. If.
Survivors' Association, nt 7 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at - p. M.
South Carolina Society, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Library Society, at 1 P. M.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at 7 P. M.
South Carolina Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
Auc on Sales THU Day.
E..& A. P. Caldwell will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, butter, flour, Ac.
A. C. McGillivray will sell at ll o'clock, at thc
old postofllce, lot or land on King street and other
Lauroy & Alexander will sell at ll o'clock, at
their store, bacon, paper. Ac.
G. W. Steffens will sell at hair-past 9 o'clock, at
his store, butter, strips, Je c.
T. M. Cater will sell at ll o'clock, on Accommo?
dation wharr, a cargo or new crop molassos.
J. G. Milner A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at thoL
store, dry goods, hosleryvAc
TUE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office is
now printing bill-heads in the best style and on
fine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
8ALE OP STEAMHRS.-Messrs. Leitch ?fe Bruns
wsfcaeii at public auction on Thursday, January
27, the steamer Fannie, 140 tons burden, having
line passenger accommodations; also the steamer
MarlonlCO ton? burden,with a capacity oreoo bales
These steamers are In thorough order and ready
for immediate use. and ore sold by order or the
MASONIC-Tho following oflicert ol Cheraw
Lodge, No. 1?, A. F. M., were installed on Decem?
ber 27, 1669, to serve for the ensuing Masonic
year: W. L. Reid, w. M.; Theo. F. Malloy, S. W.;
John W. Motte, J. W.; W. Allen Benton, treasurer;
J. P. narran, secretary; Frank A. Liles, S.D.;
James Murray, J. D.; James W. Cownrd, C. A.
CONSERVATIVE CLUB.-A meeting of the
Conservative (colored) Club of South Carolina was
held last night, the president, A. H. Harper, in
the chair. W. G. Rout,-Cacaran and others
defended the club against the attacks of the cor?
ruption party. After the reading of the rules,
fifty-four new members came forward and
signed their names.
TUB MILLS HOUSE HOP. - Tho hop was
somewhat slimly attended last night, but those
who were present entered Into the spirit of
thc occasion, and the inspiring strains of mu?
sic Boon caused the floor to be covered with
willing dancers. Arter the close of the theatre
the number or priests was considerably augment?
ed, and the dancing was kept np to a late hour.
A supper, furnished in the best style of the Mills
House cuisine, was served up late in the evening.
Though not so successful os could be desired, the
hop was by no means a failure, but it was the
first of the season, and had the attractions of the
thfatre to contend against.
TBKNEWMI/8IC Hi LLB.-The new halls in
the Academy of Music were opened to the public
yesterday, and were visited by many persons
who had not known ol this attraction to the
building. The lower hall on the second story is
the smallest, that above embracing both the
third and, fourth stories. The latter is large and
commodious, with a wide gallery around three
sides, and is capable of seating from 800 to 1000
persons. Both are admirably adapted for danc?
ing er other entertainments, and are finished Ina
superior manner. A number of applications have
already been made for the upper hall.
Tua LICENSE LAW-AN UNLICENSED Ex
PORCEKBNT.-The proprietor of tho MUls Hoase
has for some time contemplated giving a bop at
that hoteL This fact was generally known, and
the character of the host should have been con?
sidered by the police authorities before they ven?
tured to Interfere with the entertainment. The
facts are, that Mr. Parker was surprised and In?
sulted by the presence of two policemen who had
been detailed to take the names of the guests. To
avoid this discourtesy he Bought Mayor Pillsbury
and obtained the license that protected him from
the harpies of the law. The municipal govern?
ment or Charleston ls not in the best odor with
thc law-givers at Columbia, and the license bill is
one of their chief grievances. It would have been
the part of wisdom not to have enforced lt upon
those persans, who would not have hesitated to
' pay the arbitrary tax on demand. , S
EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.-Tho Mayor's Court
-was the scene of unusual Interest yesterday
morning at the trial of thc gentlemen charg.
edyWlth "interfering with the police in the
discharge of their duty." On Sunday night,
unfortunately for the canse of justice, the
money security for their appearance was in the
hands of thc court, and no testimony that was
introduced, though it was abundant, was allowed
the weight of a feather against the exaggerated
statements or the police. There ls an old saying
that "money makes the Mayor go," and lt was
exemplified on this occasion, os the conrt decided
against thc prisoners, and the $10 security given
by each was forfeited as a fine. One of the gen?
tlemen who was charged with assaulting the
police and tearing a coat was physically incapa?
ble of such action, and several fitnesses proved
that the charges of assault and interference made
against him and others of the party had no
toun dation In fact.
HOWARD LODGE, NO. 3.-At a public Instal?
lation of thc officers or this Lodge, held on the 6th
instant, being the regular seml-annul meeting,
thc following officers were installed for the cur?
rent term, viz: Wm. Scmken, N. G.; Bonj. Rice,
V. G.; E. L. Terry, R. S.; J. E. Meyer, P. S. Treasu?
rer; James McCollum, C.; H. H. Sc bus ted, W.; 3.
T. Forbes, K. H. S. to N. G., C. L. Meyer, M. D.,
L. H. S. to K. G.; J. Hudson, R. H. S. to V. G.; H.
Ooluna, L. H. S. to V. G.; H. Dublin. J. G.; T. N.
Brown, 0. G.
At the conclusion of the ceremonies by D. D.
-Grand Master Thos. T. Simons, that gentleman
entertained the large audience of ladles and gen?
tleman, together with the members of the order,
in a very fluent and eloquent manner, as to the
origin, progress, and the present status of this
?order, and showing very conclusively the fallacy
of the objections urged against it as a secret or?
ganization, and proving In clear arguments, that
the Order ot Odd Fellows is an order or phllan
thropy, the sole object being to relieve the dlsl
tressed, to bary the dead, and to educate the
orphan. > /
GRAND OPERA.-The wish is often expressed
that Charleston could have a short season or
grand opera-not a hair-and-hair affair, but a
company complete In every way, from "prime
donne" and "prlml tcnorl" to dresses, decora?
tions, and the all important orchestra and cho?
rus. The main difficulty In the way is the great
cost. A first-class company of the kind named
would consist or Arty or sixty persons, and the
expense for a short season would be from $1250
to $1500 a night. This is an appalling sum In
these tight times, but by giving the plan a proper
publicity, the upper part or this State, and the
-cities or Savannah, Augusta and Atlanta, might
be induced to send us their music-lovers, and so
help our city to make both ends meet. Wc are
Jed to make these suggestions by the
knowledge that Mr. Max Maretzcx ls will?
ing to bring his company to Charleston ir a
minimum sum can be guaranteed. The company
is the same which was so brilliantly successful in
New York this winter, and is now playing grand
opera in Philadclpnia. Mlle. Louise Kellogg is the
?ninia donna of the company, and thc other
artistes, as well as orchestra and chorus, are or
the highest order or excellence. It seems a pity
to give up this chance or witnessing operatic per?
formances on the New York scale, but thc risk is
more than one man, however enterprising, might
beaming to assume. There is no desire on the
part or Mr. Chadwick to make money out or this
grand opera scasor*. All that he wants ls to see
his way reasonably clear to paying expenses.
HULEASE OF TBK STBAMBR. ANNA.-TltO CUSO
of the steamer Anno, charged with a violation of
the neutrality lawn, was heard before Judge
Bryan at thc United States Court yesterday morn?
ing. Messrs. Slmonton A Harker represented the
steamer, and Messrs. rorter A Conner the Span?
ish Consul. A motion to vacate the order of ar?
rest was made by Messrs. S;monton A Harker,
with thc concurrence o' thc District Attorney,
and was granted by thc Judge. Further pro?
ceedings will be commenced against the Spanish
Consul for indemnification for losses acsruing
j from the arrest. The passengers and crew of thc
Anna were awaiting the decision of thc court,
and were soon on board their little craft, which,
loosed from her compulsory moorings, was turn?
ed seaward, and is now far on her way to Nassau.
CRUMBS.-Thc circling chariots and impossi?
ble horses on the burnt district, above the corner
or Queen and Meeting streets, are now cevcred
with a canvas.
A fat woman, snakes, and a wonderful variety
or curiosities, arc on exhibition at thc Market
The City Treasurer is ready to issue licenses for
carts, drays, Ac. They must be taken out before
thc 20th instaut.
The coupons or thc guaranteed bonds or thc
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, due January
1st. will be paid at the First National Bank on and
arter this date.
The steamer Maryland arrived at Baltimore
DcLarge lias given notice or a bill to establish a
metropolitan police ror Charleston. The City by
the Sea scents to be a ravorlte with thc Stete Gov
Ransier has made a motion in the Legislature to
abolish thc ofllce of inspector of naval stores ror
OTHELLO.-Decidedly the best^<epres :ta
tion, thus rar, or the Shakespearian season, was
thc tragedy or Othello, as produced last night at
thc Academy or Music. Every part of the house
was filled, and the frequent applause which inter,
rupted the acting showed that the ar .Hence ap?
preciated Its general excellence. Mr. Warner,
wo think, appeared to greater advantage as thc
Moor, than bi any part which he had previously
sustained since his arrival In Charleston. The
dignity, tenderness and jealous fury ef Othello
were admirably portrayed; and alt li on gb still
suffering somewhat from thc hoarseness ap?
parent on Saturday evening, Mr. Warner played
the part throughout with excellent Judgment
A special tribute ls due to Miss Eldridge, the
Desdemona of the evening, ror the admirable
manner in which she personated that Important
and difficult character. It wad generally admit?
ted by all who were present to have keen much
the most complete triumph yet achieved by this
fair yeung actress. Indeed, there was hardly a
blemish to be noticed in her acting throughout thc
play, unless, perhaps, tn the chamber scene, In
winch, tn place of the agonized terror natural to
a woman at the violent death to which she round
herseir doomed at the hands or Othello, she sub?
stituted what seemed to us a rather mild remon?
Mr. Fannin, who appeared for the first time ou
our boards as Iago, is evidently a practiced and
clever actor, and will prove a most important ac?
cession to the strength of the company. Ills con?
ception of Iago, though differing widely in some
respects from the commonly received idea of the
part, was consistent and well acted from begin?
ning to end. The minor parts were all filled in a
The bills for to-night promise ns the grand
Roman tragedy or "Vlrglnlus, thc Romaa
Father." . /
THE BorTH CAROLINA PRIMA DONNA.-Miss
isabsl Mcculloch, our "Sooth Carolina prima
donna," has completed a highly successful en?
gagement lu San Francisco. At its close Miss
Mcculloch was offered a complimentary benefit,
at which auriferous Californians showed in a
practical way their appreciation of the high per?
sonal character and professional skill of the
Southern songstress. The following letters passed
on thc subject :
SAN FRANCISCO, December 15
Miss Isabel Mcculloch, Occidental Hotel:
The undersigned, ha-.log during the past two
weeks listened with great pleasure te your ef?
forts In the rendition of Italian opera In this city,
and fully recognizing your talents as an artiste,
and the many difficulties under which yon have
labored BO .successfully, desire to express their
approbation and appreciation ot yourself before
you leave our shores, and would accordingly ten?
der you a complimentary bcnetlt as a mark or
their regard and esteem.
Signed: J. A. Donohue, William R. Johnston,
C. J. Brenham, J. Friendlander, Hall McAllister,
A. B. Forbep, Edmond Berire. Consul General de
France; William H. Bench, Brevet Major General
United States Army; M. I*. Deady, II. M. Plxley,
A. P. Eirelt, W. W. Montague, N. Luning. W.
Gouverneur Morris. H. Wetherbee, H. S. Homans.
S. D. Mayer, Jesse Uolladay, John P. Sherborne,
ctr ed states Army; J. C. Shorb. Jerome Lincoln,
R. E. Doyle, S. M. Locke, L. L. Robinson, Edward
Martin, H. Barroelhet, A. L. Tubbs, II. L. A.
Pioche, A. Caselli.
REPLY OF MISS M'CULLOCH.
Gentlemen-I have to acknowledge the receipt
ot your very kind and flattering testimonial of
thc 15th Instant, aud beg that you will accept my
sincere thanks for the delicate manner In which
you have expressed thc generous treatment
which the public of San Francisco have Invaria?
bly accorded me, a perfect stranger. 1 gratefully
accept your proposition, aud would name Wed?
nesday night next for the occasion, when will bc
presented "Lucia de Lammermoor." In thus
giving to thc public an opera which has already
been produced, I must crave indulgence and
throw myself upon the proverbial generosity and
good feeling or californians.
Very sincerely your?,
Hotel Arrival?-January IO.
Thomas L. Fuller, New York; D. Mitchell, Co?
lumbia, S. C.; George Dupee. New York; David
Stuart, Sr., Liverpool; Robert H. Oliver, New York;
A. B.Spier, New Orleans. La.; R. C. Watson, New
York; Juo. G. Amour, New Jersey; John P. Ber
hans, New York; Miss L. Allen, New York; G. A.
Smith, Chattanooga; D. J. Tooke, M. Tooke, Sa?
vannah, Ga.; J. Baker, F. Zogbaum, New York:
Dr. K. B. Hoston, North Carolina; Wm. Cooper,
and son, Williamsburg, S. C.; Robert Schery,
Augusta, Ga.; Herman L. A Ibach, Newark, N. J.;
W. J. Beach, Nashville. Tenn.; John B. Price,
Wayne County, New York; Clarence C. Whitney,
J. W. Craig, Fernandina; Thus. S. Tilley, George?
town; Geo. W. Mathews, Westminster; W. G. Lu?
pin, New York; F. A. Rose, Baltimore; W. K.
Witherspoon, Lancaster; J. B. Witherspoon. Dar?
lington; Geo. S. Barr, Williamsburg; C. P. San?
ders, J. S. Bamberg and lady, Miss Lizzie Harden,
Bamberg; Mrs. Geo. P.Jones, Wilmington, Del.;
J. B. Cohen, New York.
E. M. Millett, James A. Wilmot, John Fox, New
York; Samuel B. Pierce and wife, Miss Pierce,
Miss H. II. Pierce, Boston; W.H. Llppiucott and
wire, Miss Lippincott, Philadelphia; H. D. Charles,
Darllugtou; W. K. H. Fly nu, Soutli Carolina; T. C.
Weatherly, J. A. McRae, Marlboro'.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.--THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
busiucss canis printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant aud
business man should have his card printed on lils
COUGHS AND COLDS are often ovorlookod. A
continuance for any length of time causes irrita
Hon of thc lungs or some chronic throat disease.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" are offered with thc
fullest confidence in their efficacy, giving almost
Invariably sure and immediate relief.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES, good as new, for sale
low at Chapeau A Heffron's, No. 68 Meeting street.
HERALD, WORLD, TIMKS AND TRIBUNE 5C.
each-5c. each. HASELL STREET DAZAAIL
JJENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE SPOTS
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gORGH?M SUGAR ?^lT^SYRUPS.
As the period ls rapidly approaching when
Planters in our low country must decide npon
what crop they will ?ul tl vate the coming season,
and notwithstanding the continued disaster to
cotton crops from the caterpillar, many are still
inclined to continue the cultivation of cotton
some cen thc ssa Island-while others are deter?
mined to substitute short cotton, hoping from the
earlier maturing of the latter crop that they may
escape destruction from thc caterpillar. Should
the coming season, in Its earlier period, prove as
unfavorable for thc development of the caterpil?
lar as the past, their hope of success may be re?
alized; but it may provo that the oom lng season
may, In its earlier period, be wet, and very favor?
able to thc propagation of thc caterpillar, so that
their ravages may be just so much earlier as to
destroy the advantages obtained the past season,
fer the difference of time In maturing of the two
crops. At any rate, there ls no doubt that the
cultivation of either long or short cotton on the
seaboard LB attended with great risk. With tbese
views, may lt not be well for Planters to look into
some of tho facts and claims of SORGHUM as a
crop? This crop can be pjanted early In March,
and requires probably thc smallest amount of la?
bor to mature lt or any crop known, much less
than corn, and being so hardy a plant, that it can
enduro without material Injury both drought and
wet. If planted In March lt will be ready for cut?
ting and working Into Sugar and Syrup in July,
and thus In themtddle of the year will enable ulm
to get a return for his labor. Tbls ls a matter of
great consideration, especially when Sorghum ls
cultivated in connection with other crops, as it
wonld furnish him with means to work up his
later-maturing crops. From the disturbed politi?
cal condition of Cuba, and thc injury and destruc?
tion of thc sugar crops os a result, there is no
doubt that our supply or sugar and molasses from
that source will be very muoh curtailed. Should
this bc so, thc price of these articles must greatly
As to thc yield per aorc, this will depend upon
thc quality or lands. Land capable of producing
without manure ten to twelve bushels of Corn per
acre, will give from seventy-flvo to eighty gallons
per acre of Refined Syrup, and if desired, yield?
ing from Ave to six pounds of Sugar, with a resi?
due of Syrup per gallon. That capable of pro?
ducing twenty to thirty bushels of Corn, will
yield one hundred and twenty-flveto one hundred
and fifty gallons of Syrup. The use of sulphate of
lime, gypsum, as a manure, at the rate or two
hundred and fifty pounds per acre, rrom experi?
ence, will almost double the product, giving at
thc -ame time a yield or rrom twenty to forty
bushels or Seed and a large quautlty or excellent
Fodder-the Seed as a grain being almost equal
in value to Corn as a reed for Horses, Cattle, Ac.
and when ground up as Flour, superior to Buck?
Any further Information on this subject can bc
obtained by applying to Mr.FRANCISG.CART.who
has been appointed our Agent, aud will be pre?
pared to furnish the pure Imphee Seed and ma?
chinery. * PASSMORE & WILHELM.
iUillinerrj, irancn ?oobs, &t.
OF MILLINERY GOODS,
AT MRS. M. J. ZERNOWS, No. 304 KING ST.
Having Just returned from New York, would re?
spectfully call the attention or the Ladles to a
large and handsome assortment or MILLINERY
GOODS, Including Dress Trimmings and Paper
Patterns. Cloaks on hand and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to as usual. Country
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THE UNIVERSE; or, the Infinitely Croat and
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numerously illustrated, bound In rich morocco,
cloth, $4. Cowper's Table Talk and other poems,
beautifully Illustrated, $8$ Wheller's Ballads of
New England, lllostrateorfs. illustrated Edition
or The Cale's Ajar, S3 50. Book of Elegant Ex
tracts, profusely Illustrated, full morocco, gilt, $8.
The Mysteries or thc Ocean. By Mangln, on<
hundred and thirty illustrations, morocco, cloth,
full gilt, $e. Thc Desert World. By Mangln, one
hundred and sixty Illustrations, morocco, cloth,
gilt, $8. The Bird. By Michelct, two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings, morocco, cloth,
gilt., $8. The World at Home, Pictures and Scenes
in Far-off Lands, one hundred and thirty engrav?
ings, $3. OJ
The above list can give a very imperfect Idea or
thc extent or our assortment or beautirul Books
for thc Holidays. Our Juvenile Books are par
Ocularly varied, and suited for all ages.
We have just received a large addition to our
Btock or Mahogany and Rosewood Writing Desks,
some new and beautiful styles, A new supply or
Photograph Albums or very superior finish, which
will be sold at unusually low prices. A choice lot
of Scotch Notions, and a variety of other fancy
articles not usually found In Book Stores. Ox
ford editions of Pocket Bibles, varying in price
from 50 cents to $15. Family Bibles from $3 to
$35. Episcopal Prayer Books, Oxford editions,
from 35 cents to $10.
Aay Books published in America or Eurepe
sent free of postage on receipt or publisher's
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C
USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
CHOICE BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
THE* NOBILITY OF LIFE. The Nobility of Life,
its Graces and Virtues. Each quality illus?
trated by a colored drawing, exhibiting the
very perrcctlon or art. $18.
Thc Goethe Gallery. Containing fifty superb il?
lustrations engraved on steel, representing
characters from Goethe's Works, In one su?
perb Imperial octavo volume, bound In lull
morocco antique and morocco gilt. Price
$20. Uniform with the Schiller Gallery.
Wonders of ltullau Art. By Louis Vlardot. Illus?
trated with the finest photographs, prepared
by the permanent autotvpe process, and
wood cuts. The illustrations are selected
from the finest works of tho Italian masters.
Tennyson's Idyls or the King. With thirty-seven
splendid steel engravings, from designs by
Gustave Dore. Enid, Elaine, Vivien, Guine?
vere, 4 volumes, rollo, each $10.
Studies rrotn the choice Poems of Thomas Hood.
With magnificent steel plates engraved from
designs by Dore. $10.
Lady Geraldine. By Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett
Browning. With over thirty Illustrations,
many of them full page, drawn by W. J. Hen?
Thc Universe; or, thc Infinitely Great and the in?
finitely Little. By F. A. Pouchet, M. D. Trans?
lated from thc French. Illustrated by 343
engravings on wood, and four colored plates.
The Bird. By Jules Mlchclet. Illustrated by two
hundred and ten exquisite engravings. $6.
Tic Deserted World. By Arthur Mangln. Edited
and enlarged by the translator of "The Bird"
by Mlchelet. With one hundred and sixty
Tile Mysteries of the Ocean. By Arthur Mangln.
With one hundred and thtrty illustrations.
Imperial Sro., cloth, full gilt. $6.
Moore's Lalla Rookh. Beautifully printed on
toned paper, and illustrated with superb
wood engravings, 4to., cloth, elegant. $6.
Wayside Posies. Edited by Robert Buchanan.
With pictures by Pinwcll, Houghton, and
others; engraved by the Brothers Dalzlcl, 4to.,
cloth, gilt. $10.
Home Thoughts and nome Scenes. Finely Illus?
trated. 4to., morocco.
Pictures or Society. Comprising one hundred
engravings from pictures by thc most emi?
nent artists. 8vo., cloth, gilt. $10.
Touches or Nature. Beautifully illustrated. 4to.
Wordsworth's Poems, nest illustrated edition.
ito., cloth, gilt. $8.
Pictures from Nature. By Mary Howitt. With
twelve colored illustrations. Small 4tu., cloth,
gilt. $2 25.
Bonn's Christmas Bough. Beautifully Illumina?
ted, cloth, UM ir, $2.
Bible Animals: being a description of every living
creature mentioned lu the Scriptures, rroni
thc ape to the coral. By thc Rev. J. G. Wood,
M. A., F.L.S., Ac, with one huudrcd new de?
signs, one volume, svo., cloth. $5.
Woodside and Seaside. Illustrated by pen ai d
pencil. An elegant small quarto volume or
ninety-six pages, richly Illustrated by Blrket
Foster, Hows and others. $4.
Thc World ut Home. Pictures and Scenes In Far-off
Lands. By Mary and Elizabeth Kirby. With
one hundred anil thirty bcuiitirul illustrations.
Square Svo.. richly gilt. $3.
The Church's Floril Calendar. Containing Poeti?
cal and Prose Extracts appropriate to each or
the festIVHIS of the church. Each page orna?
mented with beautirul floral designs, elabor?
ately printed In colors. $10.
Songs or Life. Selected rrom many sources.
With numerous new illustrations byHennessy,
Herrick, Griswold, Fenn and Bensell, and six
fac-siipilc autographs. One volume, small
4to., cloth, full gilt. $5.
The "Handy Volume" Shakspearc. In crimson
French morocco, gilt edges, In an elegant
leather case. $15 75.
Thc Poetical Works or Samuel Rogers. A new and
beautirul edition, with one hundred and
twenty-eight steel engravings rrom tho de?
signs of J. M. W. Turner and 1 liornas Stot
hard. 4to., cloth, elegantly gilt. $12.
Gems or English Art of the Nineteenth Century.
Being reproductions of the greatest works of
some of the most celebrated artists of this
century, lu twenty-rour pictures, beautirully
printed In colors by Leighton Brothers, with
illustrative texts by Francis Turner Palgrave.
4to., cloth, rull gilt.
The Poets of thc Nineteenth Century. Selected
and edited by the Rev. R. A. Wllmott. With
one hundred Illustrations. Engraved most
elaborately by the Brothers DalzleL In post
4to., cloth, elegantly gilt. $3 75.
Poe's Poems. New Edition. With twenty-eight
Illustrations by W. H. Paton, J. McWhlrter, C.
Stanton, C. J. Stanlland, G. Hay and W. J.
Palmer. 4to. $0.
An unnsnlly large collection of beautifully Illus?
trated Books lor the Young, including thc very
latest and best productions ol the English Press.
(?lotl)ing and furnishing ?oobs.
?V E O B G E LI TT LE & G 0.,
MENS' ii BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
No. 213 King street,
NEXT DOOR TO TUE VICTORIA HOTEL.
Will offer to the citizens or Charleston and thc
public generally, their entire STOCK OF GOODS
for the next thirty days, AT COST. Everything
to be sold on thc One-Trice System, rrom which
there will bc no deviation. Those in need or any
thing in our line, will pieuse give us a call, and we
will convince them that we arc selling Clothing
cheaper limn any other establishment in this city.
J P. MOODIE,
COLLECTOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 2G BROAD STREBT,
Charleston, S. C.
Will attend tn the RENTING OE HOUSES, Oel
lootion or luaus, AcfonnM, Ac.
Rotors to Messrs.-Conntin, Matth leason k Co.,
J. C. Cochran, Esq., Dr. T. L. Ogler A Son. Mesara.
Pelzov, Rodgers A Co., Thomas lt. Waring, Esq.,
Messrs. W. IL Williams A Son.
TTILEMLNG'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
X1 (SAXTON INE.)
They are purely vegetable, safe and sure. The
best In use. For sale by Dr. ll. DAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct5 Wholesale Agent
Unction Sales--Otjis Wan.
~ By E. ft A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, THE 11TH INST., WILL BE
sold before our Store, afc half-past 0 o'clock,
Tubs Western RUTTER.
New York Strips and Bellies.
Boxes Adamantine Candles.
Hams and Shoulders.
Conditions cash. jami
Bj T. M. CATER,
]yEW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
RISLEY A CREIGHTON, Accommodation Wharf.
THIS DAY, nth Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
150 linda. Choice new crop MOLASSES.
Balance of cargo ex Schooner Ella, from Ma?
Terms-Thirty days' credit, or one per cent.
discount given an all bills. janll
Bj LAWREY ft ALEXANDER.
BACON, PAPER, HERRINGS, CAR
RONWARE, 4c, Ac.
THIS DAY, nth instant, will be sold, before our
Store, at ll o'clock,
Choice Sugar-Cured Bacon STRIPS and Tongues,
Hams, Neck Bacon, Bacon Sides and Smoked
Beef, barrels Molasses, Reams Straw Paper, all
sizes, boxes Extra Scaled Herrings, Ac, Ac.
And, on account of all concerned,
2 cases CARRONWARE, Ovens, Skillets, Spl
Conditions cash. janll
By G. W. STEFFENS.
BUTTER, BACON, &<\
I will sell THIS DAY, before my Store, No.
au Vendue Range, at half-past 9 o'clock,
C5 kegs and tubs BUTTER
io hair bbls. Roll Butter
1000 pounds S. O. Strips
10 boxes D. S. Bellies, Sides and Cumberland^
0 bbls. Cider Vinegar.
Sides, Mackerel, Herrings, Bolognas, Bl Caro.
Soda, Sal Soda, Candles, soap, Vermicelli, Toma?
toes. Syrup, Ac, Ac._janll
By JCHN G. MI LNG R & CO.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, HATS, CAPS
THIS DAY, 11th Instant, at io o'clock, we will
sell at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting
NAPIER CLOAKING, Ca93imer?s,'*Kentucky
Jeans, Tweeds, Kerseys, Fancy Prints, Red Flan?
nel, Blue Plaids, Black Silk Velvet, Denims, 6-4
Dress Goods, Black Alpaca, Colored Cotton Flan?
nel, English Brown Hair Hose, White, Slate and
Mixed Hose, Boys and Misses' Hose and Half
Hose, Black Cloth Cloaks, Plaid Wool Shawls,
Men's Black Hats, Men's Fur and Cloth Caps,
Worsted Hoods, Satinet, Tweed, Kersey and Jean
Pants and Coats, Casslmcre Vests, 4c
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
UNDERDECREE IN EQUITY.
Richardson, et al, vs. Holland, et al.
W1U be sold THIS DAY, the 11th of January,
1670, in front of thc Old Customhouse, at io
o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two-story
dwelling house and buildings thereon, situate
corner Tradd and Friend streets, City of Charles?
ton, State of Sooth Carolina, measuring In front
on Trodd street 65 feet 6 Inches, more or less, and
in depth, on Friend street, 260 feet, more or less;
bounded south on Tradd street, east on land now
or late of the estate of Thomas S. Crimke, west
on Friend street, north on land now or late of
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in one and two
years, secured by bonds and mortgage of prem?
ises. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
janll_E. W. M. MACKEY, 3. C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. ?
James H. Taylor vs. Patrick Durne and the
Young America Fire Engine Company.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 11th January, 1870. In
front of thc Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, known as St. James' Church, on the west
Bide of King, near Line street, in the city of
Charleston, measuring and containing In front on
King street 02 feet, on thc back line 57 feet 9
Inches, on the north Une 200 feet 4 Inches, on the
south 203 feet, more or less; butting and bound?
ing north on Lands now or late of R. Pennal, east
on King street, south on Lands of the late T. N.
Gadsden, and west on Lands of - Megnlous, as
per plat of R. K. Payne, Surveyor, of date 1845,
duly recorded In Register Mesnc Conveyance for
Charleston County, In Book "Q," 14, page 317.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ror papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Janll_ a C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
(Mary H. Manning vs. Charles D. Carr, et al.)
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 11th of Jan?
uary, A. D. 1870, in Iront of the Old Customhouse,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the handsome
Store and outbuildings thereon, situate on the
north side of Broad street, City of Charleston,
State aforesaid, measuring and aontalning In
front on Broad street twenty-seven (27) feet, more
or lees, and lo depth one hundred and two feet,
more or less: bouuded north on lands now or
formerly of William Payne, east on land form?
erly of William Payne, now or late of I. S. K.
Bennett, south on Broad street, and west on
landa formerly of Edward Sebrlng, now or late
of E. W. Edgerton and F. Richards.
Terms-One-quarter cash ; balauce in bond,
bearing seven per cent. Interest per annum, pay?
able In one, two and three years, secured by
mortgage or the premises and Insurance of the
buildings thereon. Purchaser to pay for papera
and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Juull S. C. C.
ByT. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
A. G. Rice vs. C. D. Carr, and al.
Will be sold In front of the Old Postofllce, In
Charleston. THIS DAY, thc 11th January, 1870,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that PIECE.PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, with
thc Buildings thereon, situate, lying and being In
Franklin si ree t, in Charleston, measuring and con
taming lu front on said street 39 rcet.and the same
on the buck line, and 133 feet lu depth,more or less;
butting and bounding north on Land now or late
orT. C. Whitney, easton Frankliu street, south
on Land now or late or J. C. Rivers, Trustee Mrs.
Sophia Cooper, and west on Land now or lato or
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the Buildings thereon, situate, lying and
being in Church street, In Charleston, measuring
and containing lu Hont on Church street 20 feel
In width, and lu depth from east to west 104 reef,
more or less. Butting and bounding north on
Lands now or late ol estate or Margaret Munroe,
south by the Tenement and Lands now or late of
estate or J. Mathews, cast by Church street, and
west by Lands of-.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance upon bond
bearing 7 per cent. Interest per annum, payable
semi-annually, payable In one, two and three
vears, secured by mortgage or the premises and
insurance or thc buildings thereon and assign?
ment or the policy. Purchasers to pay for papers
und stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
Janll_S. C C.
_ ftnetioneera* flriuate Bales,, &r
By J. FRASER MATHEWBS.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Spring Island PLANTATION, situated on
broad River, near the proposed terminus of the
Port Royal Railroad, containing about 3000 acres
or highland, over 1500 cleared, lt is oapableof
being divided Into several settlements, and decid?
edly one of ?he most valuable long-cotton Planta?
tions In Hie low-country.
For terms, apply as above._Janll tuth4
T> ? C A R E FUL
When you are exhausted by overwork of head
or hand, and reel the need or something Invigorat?
ing, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
Hiing whether under the name or Bitters or other?
wise! Such anieles give just 4s much strength
to your weary body and mind as the whip gives
to thc jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants are Injurious to nerve health, and are al?
ways rollowed by depressing reaction.
DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATON
Is a Tonic and gentle stimulant, which is not at?
tended by reaction. What it gains for you il
maintains. When lt refreshes body or mind, ft
refreshes with natural strength that conics to
stay. We are not recommending teetotalism In
the Interest of any faction; but loug and extend?
ed observation teaches us that he who resorts to
the bottle for rest or recuperation, will Und, as he
keeps ut lt, that he is kindling a lire In his bones
which will consume like the flumes of perditton.
Turn from it. Take a tonic that will refresh and
not destroy. DODD'S NERVINE is for sale by aU
Druggists. Price One dollar. See book of certi
Ucates that accompanies each bottle.
iune2? Tinos _
UPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Seut by mud, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
Thc Antidote ls thc best remedy that can be
administered In Manla-a-Potu, and also for all
nervous affections. ._
For sale by Dr. II. BARR.
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct6 Agent ror South carolina.
Auction Sales-ifntnrc iBaps.
HSTALONZO J. WHITE'& SONT~
LOT m HANOVER STREET.
Will be 60ld on THURSDAY, the 18th In?
stant, at ll o'clock at the Old Postoffioe, Broad
That VACANT LOT situated on east side of Han?
over street, measuring In front on Hanover street
oo feet, and tn depth 100 feet, be the same more
or less; butting and bounding north on Land of
-- Simons, west, on Hanover street, easton
Land of Lord, and south on Land of Hernandes.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papen
and stamp?._ jamo
Bj DUTSON LEE,
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF EXECU-v
Will be sold at "Pawlcy's," Cooper River, on"
FRIDAY, January 14th, at 12 o'clock M., *
"The following PROPERTY, belonging to the Es?
tate of the late Colonel Shingler :
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-Parlor, Dining
Room and Chamber Sets.
Wagons. Flats, Carts, Gins, and Farming Imple?
4 line Mules, and several Cows of improve"
Terms cash. Articles to be removed ;mmedl
ately after sale._janio nap
By F. P. SALAS,
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.- '
On THURSDAT next, the lsth instant, at:
half-past ll o'clook A. M.. will be sold on Central
Wharf, alongside the Brig "Castillan," Just ar?
rived from Matanzas,
60 hhds. QOOD GROCBRT SUGAR
50 boxes Prime Grocery Sugar
loo hhds. Superior New Crop Clayed Molasses
iso bbis. Superior New Crop Clayed Molares I
75 hhds. Prime Muscovado Molasses
18 bbls. Prime Muscovado Molasses
50 hhds. Cuba Molasses
100 bbls. Cuba Molasses.
Terms-AU sums under $1000, cash; above that
amount, thirty days, with appro ved1 elty endorsed
note. ' -
*S-The Augusta Constitutionalist and Colum?
bia Pheonix will copy twice and send biil te F. P.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BE?IfS.~
BY ORDER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR.
Will be sold at Auotlon, on THURSDAY, 13th
Instant, at No. 186 King street, at half-past 10
The remaining STOCK of the late LEVI OR
CUTT, consisting in part of :
Square and Arch-top Ornamental PIER and
MANTEL FRAMES, In Compo.
Square and Oval Ornamental Portrait Frames,
A lot of Compo Moulds and Casts.
A variety of Prepared Mouldings.
A lot or Colored Prints.
A lot of Gilders' Tools.
One Gluer's Press.
Terms cash ; articles to be removed on day or
By TT. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUNS,
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OF THE
Will be aol* on TH ORSDAY, January 27th, on
Accommodation Wharf, at ll o'clock A M.,
The following STEAMERS, their Tackle, Appar?
el and Furniture, both Steamers In inoro ag a or?
der and ready for immediate service:
Steamer FANNIE, 140 tons burthen, length 14$
feet, beam 22, breadth over all 36 fset, depth ?f
hold 7 feet, draft (light) 4 feet, low pressure en?
gine, 28-Inch cylinder, 6 feet stroke; upper saloon
contains 16 state-rooms; lower saloon contain ll
Steamer MARION, 120 tons burthen, length 12?
feet, beam 20 feet, breadth over all SO feet, depth
or hold 6 feet, draft (light) 2% feet, high pressure
engine, ic-lnch cylinder. . feet stroke, carrying
capacity about 8000 bushels grain or 600 bales of
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance on acre?lt of
two, four and six mouths, equal Instalments,with
Interest from day of sale, approved endorse*
notes, with mortgage of Steamers. Purchasers
to pay us for papers and stamps. -
By the directions of the |wUl of the late
joshua Ashley, 1 will Bellst public auction, at
thc late residence of the testator, la Barnwell
County, on TOESDAY, 18th January next, ?
All the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging ' to ,
the said Estate, consisting of Mules, Cattle, Fat
Hogs, Stock Hogs, Plantation Vehicles and Uten?
sils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and vari?
ous other articles.
And at the same time and place I will also sell .
at public auction,
All the REAL ESTATE of thc said testator, con?
sisting of a Honse and Lot In the Town of willis- .
ton, on the South Carolina Railroad avenue, aid
about 2200 acres of land on the road from Barn?
well to Winlaton, and extending from 96 Station
to Rosemary Church, consisting of Seven Tracta
adjoining each other, viz: l. The "Homestead"
tract, containing about 240 acres. Z The "Jowers"'
tract, about 249 acres. 3. The "Fortune" tract,
about 530 acres. 4. The "Willis" tract, about 630
acres.. 5. The "Stringfellow" tract, about 200 !
acres. 6. The "Odom" tract, about 100 acres. 7. ;
The "Blackman" tract, about 179 acres.
Terms-For the personal property cash. The :
real estate on a credit of 12 mouths, with interest
from the day or the sale. Parchasen to give their
bonds with sureties, bearing Interest from the
day of sale, and mortgages of the premises to se?
cure the payment or the purchase money, and to ?''
pay for the papers and the necessary revenue
stamps. The mortgages to con tain covenants for
resale at risk of purchaser, upon non-payment of
purchase money when due, at public auction,
after twenty-one days' advertisement.
W. L. CAVE,
By BOTTEES & SILCOX.
AGOOD CHANCE TO PURCHASE
Will bc sold on THURSDAY, 13th Instant, In
front of the Old Pos toni ce, corner Broad and
East Bay streets, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OP LAND with the Buildings
thereon, In President street, on the westside,
third Lot south of Cannon, numbered 23 on the
plat, 18 foot wide by 63 rect deep, more or less.
All that Lot of Land with the Buildings thereon,
next north of the above, numbered 25 on the plat,
22 feet wide by 63 feet deep, more or less.
All that vacant Lot, corner of President and
Cannon streets, numbered 26 on the plat, 13 feet
on front linc and 21 feet on back Une by 63 feet
deep, more or leas.
All that vacant Lot In Cannon street, weit of
President, numbered 27 on the plat, 28 feet wide
by 05 feet deep.
All that vacant Lot, next west or the above
numbered 28, 28 foet wide by 68 feet deep.
Four HOUSES AND LOTS, corner Ashley and
Nunan streets, each Lot 27 feet front by 28 feet
deep, with good small houses, (well-built,) with
piazza, Ac. .
Terms- One-lialf cash; balance In one and two
years secured by bonds and mortgages, buildings
to be insured and policies assigned. Purchaser
to pay B. A S. for stamps and papers. The prop?
erty can be examined at any time. The Plat will
be exhibited on day of sale. Janio mt.nth3
By BOWERS & SILCOX,
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In thc matter of John Hargrave to Henry 0.
WU1 be sold on TUESDAY, the 18th day of Janu?
ary, A. D. 1870, at ll o'clock A. M., In front of the
Old Customhouse, at the foot of Broad street,
1. All that LOT OF LAND on the south side of
Cannon's Court, containing 42 feet front by 14?
feet In depth on the east line, and 145 feet in depth
on the weat line, bounding north on Cannon's
Court, south on Lands of A. V. Dawson, west on
Lands now or late of H. Worthman, and east on
Lot No. 160; thc said Lot being known in Payne's
plan ofT. N. Gadsden's Lands by the No. 167.
2. All that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above to
the east, and known In the said Payne's plan by the
No. loo, measuring in tront on Cannon's Court 42
reet by about 143 root in depth. Bounding north
on Cannon's Court, south on lands of A v. Daw?
son, west ou Lot No. 167, and east on Lots Nos.
loy, 164 and 165.
3. All that LOT OF LAND on the east side of Pine
street, and known in said Payne's plan by the No.
210, measuring In front on Pine street 40 feet, by
about 96 feet m 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. 219, measuring In front on Pine street .
40 feet, by about 96 feet in depth. Bounding weat
on Pine street, east on Lot No. 220, north on Lot
Nos. 223, 224 and 225, and south on Lot No. 217.
5. All that LOT OK LAND kuown in Payne's
plau by thc No. 206, situate at the southeast cor?
ner or Chinquepcn street and Cannon's Court,
measuring 38 feet 5 luches on Cannon's Court,
by about 100 foet In depth; bounding north oa
Cannon's Conrt, west ou Chlnquepen street,
south on Lot No. 207, and east on Lot No. 205.
6. All those LOTS OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the we9t side or President
street and known In Payne's plan by the Nos. 163
and 164; measuring together In front on Presi?
dent street 82 reet, on the back line -93 feet, and
in dcpih 120 reet; bounded east on President
street, wost on Lot No. 166. north on Lot No. 165,
and south on Lands or A. V. Dawson, bs the di?
mensions or all the aforcaald property more or
Terms-One-Uilrd cash; balance on a creditor
one and two years, with interest from the day of
sale, payable semi-annually, secured by^ bond of
thc purchasers and mortgage ortUjrM?2
with covenant for resale on a breach or a cono>
lion or the bonds. Purchasersi to pay for papen
and stamps and taxes for the j ear 1870.
dec2S tu3intn2 ?_
o A RnfrVATE OF AMMONIA
GARBO^Alb i?&(mate of ao<Ja
Oream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
f0 ' Dr. H. HAKR,
ocM No. lat Meeting street,