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Meetings Thia Day.
Carolina Chapter, No. 1, at - P. M.
Red Stocking Base Ball Club, at 7 P. M.
[ Survivors' Association, at half-past 7 P. M.
Sr. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at half
past 7 P. M.
Committee on .Decorations, at 12 M.
sohu'z-n Gesellschaft, at 8 P. M.
bebrew Orphan Society, at 6 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Paul B. Lalane i Co. will sell at 10 o'clock
before their store, fancy soaps.
John G. Milnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock
at their store, clothing, hats, army clothing,
Leitch i Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postofflce, real estate.
A. C. McGlilivray will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoffice, real esl ate.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock at his
s ore, barouche, furniture, ic.
Macqueen i RI ecke will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, hams, sugar, ic.
Laurey i Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, hams, shoulders, ic.
Tiedeman, Calder i Co. will sell at three
quarters past 9 o'clock, at their store, hams,
Henry Cobia i Co. will sell at quarter-past
9 o'clock, at their store, bacon, sugar, ic.
A. H. Abrahams will sell at 10 o'clock, at
his s>tVe. dry goods, clothing, ic.
esr* Now ls the time to think about adver?
tising holiday goods, and reflection should be
followed by judicious action.
"PUB. Docs."-We beg to acknowledge the
receipt of the Agricultural Report and the
Smithsonian Report for 1870.
CAVBD IN.-On Saturday evening a danger
eus hole made its appearance in America
^street, opposite Sooth, apparently without
*f cause, and certainly . without foundation.
The matter was referred to the city inspector,
and received prompt attention.
FIRE.-The alarm of fire, about ball-past
three o'clock yesterday morning, was caused
by the burning of a chimney on the premises
of Mr. Marx leeman, in King street, near Cal?
houn. The matter came up before the Mayor,
and the owner, not having any excuse, nor
being able to lay the blame on the chimney
contractor, was fined ten dollars. Have your
chimney* swept at once.
Tax CITY Taxas.-A resolution will be offer?
ed in Council meeting, this evening,
extend the time for payment of city tax for
1871 to the 16th instant, vrUhout the penally,
after which time executions will be sent to the
eke riff without further delay, and no cooees
alon will be made after that to any one. Should
this resolution pass, those who have paid the
penalty will bare that amount refunded.
Pass HIM AROUND.-We are requested to
caution the public against dealing with Robert
E. Hubbe!!, who la travelling through the
South representing himself tobe in the em
ploy ment of finns in New York. The charges
against Hu?bell, as reported to us, are so
serious tbat we feel warranted in printing this
warnlog, and in asking the Southern press to
give lt a wide circulation.
A DIFFICULTY SBTTLBD.-Toe d ffioulty be
tween Thoa. Barnfield and Micheal Blanch
which occurred at the bead ot the market on
Saturday evening, waa lo ve st i gai ed yesterday
before Trial Justice Magrath. The evidence
SHisned the Justice i hat Barnfield waa In no
manner to blame and had been assaulted with?
out provocation. The assaulting party was
sentenced to pay a fine of three dollars and
? ? -
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the regular annual
communication of Orange Lodge, No. 14, A.
F. M., held at Holmes's Lyceum last evening,
the following officers were elected to serve in
the forthcoming yeer: Chas. Iogleeby, W. M. ;
Zimmerman Dav i->, 8. W. ; Chas. Kerrison, Jr.,
J. W.; J. B. Reeves, secretary; Thoa. S. Bee,
treasTirei': R. M. Gibbes, S. D.; B. L. While, J.
D.; E. L. Boche and J. P. Deveaux, stewards;
L F. Meyer, tiler.
CRUMBS.-The weather was quite warm yes?
Klug street has already a holiday air.
ThCprisoners convicted during the present
term?of the Court of General Sessions will be
sentenced this morning.
The shipping in the harbor yesterday dis?
played (bair flags at half-mast in respect to
Captain Hammer, wbo died al his residence in
Rutledge street on Saturday.
IT "WOOD" NOT DO.-Alex. Blmons,a colored
youth, took out a cartload of wood from a
wood-yard in the. upper part of the city, and
instead of delivering lt to the person to whom
lt was sent, carried lt off and sold lt to some
one else. Aleck's JRtte ruse was speedily dis?
covered, and the perpetrator lodged lu the
Guardhouse. He wa? brought before the
Major, yesterday morning, and alter, a hear
in g. was referred to a trial Justice for exami
FOUND DEAD IN QSR BSD.-Bridget Con'.en, ',
a white women about forty-five years of age,
was found dead in her bed on Sunday morn?
ing, at her residence, No. 27 America street.
She had gone to bed apparent ly in good health
'the night before, and died quietly without
alarming any ol' her household. An inquest
was held over the body on Sunday Vternooo,
and the Jury, after hearing the evwtenee, re
? torne?la verdict of death "from the visitation
of God." il !
LOST.-A colored drayman, (with a white
mole,) name unknown, was entrusted with!a7
trunk, bundle of bedding and two bags ot po?
tatoes to be conveyed to the Confederate
Widows' Home, Broad street, yesterday morn?
ing. The hope la entertained that they were
carried, by mistake, elsewhere. If such arti?
cles have been delivered at any other place in
the city, lt is respectfully requested that no?
tice be given at the Home. The articles were .
: taken from Moreland's wharf.
THC SHatuigpsriaf^gtSAiJi.-The sale of
horses and mules yesterday morning in front
of the Courthouse, bjth*^it?xiS ot Beaufort
County, under aa e^soatloa, was largely at?
tended, and the animali broaght good prices.
The crowd slightly incommoded the passage
ulong Meeting street, and the heel perform?
ance o? wveral of .tue muios, under the in?
fluence of the spa^worji by the- ambitious
young darkles astride .of them, threatened
seri?se hurt to some of ihe crowd. No acci?
dents, however, happened.
TOT MEDICA* Soonrrr OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
At the eighty-second anniversary meeting of
this society, held yesterday afternoon, the fol?
lowing officers were elected to eerve for the
ensuing year: J. Ford Prloleau, M. D., presi?
dent;?. P. Porcher, M. D., vice-president-,
Manning Simons, M. D., secretary; H. W.
"."?"DeSaossure, Jr., treasurer and librarian. Com?
mittee on Accounts-Drs. Thompson, Bu'st
and Tresco*. Committee on Books-Dre.
Prloleau, Wm. H. Huger and Wm. C. Bavenel.
Committee on Epidemics and Meteorology
BTF. J. F. M. Geddings and R. A. Kinloch. *
LICENSE WANTED. -. B>?ry Robinson
old .offender, was discovered by the d
tives'oa Saturday dotages, thriving thal
the chicken business without license. He
taken in charge by the officers, and
Mayor ordered him to pay a floe of five
lars and to take out a license in addition.
TBS .WRONG CHANGE.-Last evening the
prieto* of a store at-the foot o? Market a
went out a few moments, leaving a col
youth named Ed. Gadsden in the store,
turning soon after he found a tin can, w
he usually kept his change, rifled of over
dollars in fractional currency, and Gadi
with a most Innocent expression upon
features. The latter was reported and t
after arrested, on suspicion of the theft
the detectives. He Isheld for examinatio
APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES.-The p;
dent of the Chamber ol Commerce has
pointed the following committees confot
ble to resolutions parsed at the late mee
of the Chamber:
Committee to Confer with the Execa
Committee of the Taxpayers' Convention
Hon. W. D. Porter, and Messrs. L. D. DeS
sw^#?ijr,E.:vv. Daw/wo* ? fXI .? ?.
"Committee on the IJ^oriar'oMfe?-New
leans Chamber of Commerce to Congres
to the Bepeal of the Cotton Tax-Messrs
Horry Frost, F. J. Pfizer, E. Willis, Geo
H. WalteT ami L. D. Mowry.
PERSONAL.-Major-General Edward Jo
son, one of the veteran officers ol the Arm:
Northern Virgiola, ls slaying at the M
The Hon. B. B. Carpenter returned to
city latt evening and is staying at the M
We noticed yesterday, with mach pleasu
that our esteemed fellow-citizen, Captain Ja<
Small, had returned to his home in the ci
Capta n Small seems a Hule weak alter j
severe illneas through which he has pass*
but home and our winter climate cannot 1
to speed i y rei tore him to his usual vigore
health. . . ..
1 A HANDSOMB PIECE or WORK.-The li
touches to toe cap for the steeple of the ni
German Oborch were yesterday pat on, a
the wo r i stood forth completed to the sat
faction of the venerable ari 1st, Mr. C. Wera?
As lt stands, lt is a finished piece of wot
which reflects the highest credit upon t
taste and skill of the designer and maker. T
weather being propitious, the whole affair w
photographed ir jm the roof of a nelghborli
shed. It excited general admiration yeste
i day, and after remaining a short time, will 1
taken down preparatory to placing It In tl
exalted position which lt ls designed,
. DEATH PROM EXPOSURE.-An. inquest wi
held yesterday morning, at the City Hosplts
over tba body pf a colored woman name
guaan ?sJlard, who was.?quud dead on'Sui
day morning, on a flat, In the creek at tl
corner of President and Line streets. Sh
had gone on board of the flat (which was use
for transporting shells) the night before. I
sleep, and was found dead next morning, in
small cuddy-hole about five feet square. .
colored man, who was In company with he
.on the flat, was arrested and held. Afu
hearing the evidence, the Jury found that th
deceased came to ber dciih from a oongef
tlon of the lungs caused by exposure. Th
woman n as only twenty-five years of ige.
LiNGLET MANUFACTURING COMPANY.-A
the late lair of the Industrial association o
Georgia, held at Savannah, the following pre
ml urns were awarded the manufactured good
of the Langley Manufacturing Company, ex
hlbUgal bj Messrs. O/tr,Watkins. A Go., of Sa
van nah : Be? t ba'e lioavy Pt sheetings, pre
min m. Best bale heavy J thining, premium
Beat Jaie haavy osnaburgj, ptfrn um. Bes
and largest display ot domestic good?, pre
mium and Mirer me lal. The last shipment o
Langey Milla do New York of 4-Astan cl m
sheeting sold; |t twelve and at af denis, foi
export to CAllfornia, wjiich is, ns we are lc
formed, one-half cent above any Souther:
manufactured geo e. , This exhibit apta*?
wefl forthe Bocees- of the Langley Company,
and is another s' rong reason why the South
should manufacture the raw material tit home,
' Tait STATE1 CIRCUIT" COURT.-Tho Court ol
General Sessions was opened at 10 o'clock,
yesterday morning, Hon. R. F. Graham pre
sldlog. The following cases were di-posed of:
, The State vs. Moses Washington, murder.
Several' Important witnesses for tne State
being absent, on motion ol the solicitor the
case was continued until the February term.
The State v.?. John Coleman alias Four
Miles, Gus Williams and Thomas Wilson alias
Simmons, burglary and larceny. B. W. Sey?
mour and T. B. Tighe, Eeqa, for the defence
Verdict, Gus Williams and Thomas Wilson,
not guilty; John Coleman guilty, b it recom?
mended to th* mercy ?f'tbe court.
The State VJ. Robert LloyJ. assault with in?
tent to kill, and assault a jj battery. R. W.
Seymour, E-q , for the defence. Ve rd 1er, cqt
. The S. ate' vs: M J ry Hey war J. murder? R
M.'QtMW&lllitite ifijMefencc, ^Yardict,
not guilty, and prisoner discharged.
Adjourned until ten o'clock this morning.
CLUB5 AND STARS.-Andrew Brown, for as?
saulting a man in the Ann street depot, was re
ferrecV-to-a, tfiaijustlce (jtt.jffo^utlon.
ThcmaaJLjrojch ami -r Kelly, lodged for de?
sertion from the brig T. L. Bowen, were turn?
ed over to their captain.
Joseph Miller, for getting drunk and trying
tojfclack someone's eye at the comer ol King
an?Ot|orge.si-?et?, was sentenced, to; pay a
Qr?t'o? one dollar or spend flv? foysHrjt the
House of Correction.
Ann Johnson an i Mary Brown, for flghllng
at the corner of'East Bay and Hasel streets,
were fined one dollar each.
Ellen Butterfield, an old offender, for rais?
ing a disturbance in E liott street, wa? sent to
the Souse of Corneptftn for-Ave days^
Several-del louent?, r?p'resatotlrg thW va?
rious stages of Intoxication, and two others,
lodged for raising disturbances on the street,
were all sentenced in turnio pay afine of -one
dollar or spend five days in the House of Cor?
Hotel Arrivals- Dr cc na ber ll.
C n ARLKSTON HOTEL.
H. G. Robinson, D. M. Sillsbury, Provi?
dence; J. Hier, Liverpool; J. C. Singleton, Sum?
ter; J. Boyle, New Tork; C. H. Handy and wife,
hfcode iBland; A. Pitcher and wire, Philadelphia;
W. E. Hill, Wilmington, N. a; J. B. Breaden,
Sooth Carolina; J. c. Wilson, New York; J. F
Broadbe t, Baltimore; W. s. Mowry, W. T. J. 0.
Woodward, South Carolina.
MILLS HOC; E
J. S. Lawrence, savannah ; Earl Formes and
wife, T. Habelmann and lady, W. Formes, M'lle.
Rosettl, Miss Dzloba, German Opera; G. F. Gran
ger and wife, Maine; B. B. Sams, Bean fort.
Charles J. White, Savannah; J. Cooper, New
Qr. earn; W. S. Carr, wife ana servant, Barnwell;
David 0. Scott, KlQgstr .e; A. Lory ea. Branch?
ville; R. S. Barker, Barnwell; J. E. Hyman, Miss
A. Hyman, South Carolina; J. w. Burbridge, J.
J. Klein, Watterboro'; T. G. Lit; Isfeld, Gonrdln's,
S. c.; Mrs. Balley and child, Miss Balley, Sooth
Carolina; Dr. E. M. Royall, Mr. Pleasant; G. H.
Myers, W. H. McWhire, H. Z. Grahim, South
Carolina; Tho?. H. Elam, German Opera.
Mart? at tac Academy.
The Form es-Habel mann Opera ' Company
made their d?but at the Academy of Music, last
night, lu Fiotow'd opera, Marla. The audience
was large, for a tit st performance, and lull
houses will, undoubtedly, greet the company
now i hat .their solid merit ia known.
Marta ls not an opera abort whose beauties
amateurs rave, but its catcnlng melodies and
sparkling choruses have established lt in the
favor of ttr general public. It needs, how?
ever, to make it thoroughly effective, a care?
fully trained chorus and orchestra. ID these
points, the performance of Marta was
somewhat weak, but both orchestra and
chorus are of fair material and sufficient
strength, and a few hours of steady re?
hearsal will give them much of the ac?
cord and precision which hut night they,
needed. We - do not hesitate to mention
these short-comings, became the company of
which we write is strong enough to bear criti?
cism. The skill and natural resources of the
leafing artistes are sufficient to cause any
minor deficiencies to be well-nigh forgotten.
The.first act of the opera passed off rather
tamely, although Mr. Habelmann (Lionel) sang
his romanza charmingly; but the second act I
bordered upon au artistic triumph. The open?
ing quartette, the Spinning Wheel quartette
(one of the gems of the opera, and only poorly I
applauded last night) and the delicious Gute
Nacht were rendered with a grace and fervor j
which deserve hearty praise. MMe Bosetti J
was compelled to repeat "The Lsst Rose of
Summer," but her method and voice were I
shown to far more advantage lu the other
numbers cf the scene, and in the finale to the
third act. Her voice is oot particularly strong
in the upper register, but she Bings with
marked fluency and acts vivaciously.
In the s cond act Mr. Habelmanu sang with I
a pass'onate force, which moved the whole I
audience, and his delivery of the tender!
Af Appan tutC amor (Act 3) won for him the
honors of the evening-tumultuous applause
and an unanimous encore.
Mlle. Dzluba has a pleasant voice, and ac
quilted herself handsomely. We hope to see I
ber ia a role which gives more opportunities
for broad contralto einging than that of I
Mr. Carl Formes, we need scarcely say, was
full of life and vigor. His drinking jong was
splendidly sung, but lt was not, strange to I
say, cordially received. As an actor Mr.
Formes ls still In his prime, and of the grand J
old voice there ii enough left to serve balf-a- j
dozen ordinary basses.
The minor roles were satisfactorily Ailed,
and the opera, as a whole, was as good a
performance as Charleston is'likely to seel
until the BooTE has doubled her wealtfi and I
population. We are highly pleased with the J
company, which ls the best this cay has had J
since the^war, and we bope-thit tSey will re-1
celve, In crowded houses, the support the; I
so well deserve. |
To-n^ghtj, -Verdi'a Ji Trovatore, of which the
public never tire, will be presented, Mr. Beau- j
?ard-making his d?but as Manrlco.
We* think that the street cars were not in
wai ti u g lut night at the close of the perform
ance. This we regard 83 trifling wlih the
public, and os a direct an! serious injury to j
the city. Whose fault is it that so small an J
accommodation as that of running two street I
card at ten o'clock at night, ou a special occa
rioD, li not extended to the pal lent Charles?
ton public ?
The Moulton Concert?.
Mrs. Charles Moulton, the admired of Ros?
sini, and the pet of New York Upper Tendom,
will give two grand concerts at the Academy j
of Music on the 28th and 29th instant.
TUE METROPOLITAN POLICE BILL.-A petition
against the passage of this bill HOB In Tus I
News office for signature. The Pillsbury-Hcn- J
dricks clique are endeavoring to persuade the
Legislature that "the people" of Charleston
are in favor of the bill. It remains for eU I
clashes and colon io show, by their signatures, J
I hat they do not desire to be f ut under l he
rule cf men who, when in authority, neglected I
the well-: o do, and beat and abused the poor. I
A ftroog memorial against tha bill will kill I
lt beyond peradventure.
BUSIN ESS NOTICES.
PERSONAL.-Among the arriva's nt the Mills I
Souse,we notice that of our young friend Dr. J j
3. Lawrence, ot the large and thriving whole-1
jaie drug house of Lawrence & Welchs cl baum, I
)f Savannah. Dr. Lawrence has associated
with him Mr. Jacob Welchselbaum, of Philadel-1
phla, a German chemist of superior knowledge I
ud business capacity. They have already I
attained an enviable position, having placed
themselves, among the first drug houses of the
south. Dr. Lawrence ls here in the interest
of their Amblan Bitters, a most pleasant and I
valuable tonic. Judging from his wide-awake I
manner in attending lo bis business, we will
no doubt bear of the same signal success of
his efforts in our oity that has always attended I
him In his undertakings elsewhere. Being a
native of thU State, he seems quite at nonie
among our merchants. We understand he
mends advertising the houses who take bold
of 1 heir goods; so, we suppose, we will have I
the pleasure ot inserting the cards of some of
our most thorough-going men, in our next I
LAIISS will find a lull assortment of Harris's
.'Seamless" Kid Gloves at J. B. Read's, No. I
263,Klng street decl2-tnths ,
' ALL THOSE in need of Scotch Whiskey, Hoi- j
land Gin,. French Brandy and choice dornest le I
Liquors, would do well to can on B. Boyd, No.
193 East Bay, who has a fine assortment and I
selle low. decl2-2
BUT A KEW DAYS remain to procure tickets In I
Lbe South Carolina Land and Immigration As-1
sedation. $500,000 In prizes. Tickets $5.each.
A sufficient number of tickets having been
sold to inc ure a drawing, the same will posi?
tively come off January 8th, 1872. Send your
orders without delay, as no tickets will be sold
after 5th January, 1-872. Bee advertisement in
another column. deo7-tbstu6
A SELECT ASSORTMENT of Men's and Boys' I
Single and Double Guns, of English make,
lust received, and will be sold at low figures. I
Also, Rodgers ? Wcstenholm's Table and
Pocket Knives and Scissors, selected with
care. C. KERRISON, JR., k Co., southwest
corner Meeting and Hasel streets.
PARTIES In want ol doora, sashes, blinds,
mouldings, stair Dewels and balusters, will con-1
suit their own Interests by calling on or writing
te^^p.'F^Toale^No. 20 Mayne street, where
tfiey will fled the strongest and cheapest Block
In the Southern it tate?. A specialty made of
French and American window glass.
GREAT inducements are offered for this
week In Sash Ribbons. FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT
ALL THOSE In need of Broadcloths, Cash?
meres, Doeskins, Beavers, Ac. will do well by
calling on us to take advantage of the twenty
five per cent, reduction of prices in this line j
of goods. Tailors are invited to price the
goods. Samples given. FURCHOOTT, BENE?
DICT ? Co.
CHEAP FRENCH KID GLOVES.--For o ne but?
ton, dark and iight, $l; for two buttons, plain,
$1 25; for two buttons, embroidered, $1 60. At
Read's, No. 263 King t-treet. decl2-tuihs .
JUST RECEIVED AT J AGER BROS.., No. 268
! King street, an assortment of Ph. Courvolsier's
Seamless Kid Gloves. The beet Glove made j
ol Paris manufactory. dec8-S
A GRAND CHRISTMAS GIFT.-The finest Im?
ported Musical Box ever brought to this city
for raffle at Yon Santen's Bazaar, King street.
Two hundred an J fifty chances at two dollars
a chance. List rapidly filling up.
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
r. Parlai ? de la Pd,x
! Loddon, 53 Regent street.
New York/929 Broadway.
Boston, 9. Temple Place.
FURCHOOTT,..BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. ^ .. nov3-6mos
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Bend your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have bis
card printed on MB envelopes.
Titi BUTE OF ST. PBZILIP'8 CHURCH,
To the Memory of Bishop Davis.
ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, .1
CHARLKSTON, December e, lim. j
The Vestry and Wardens, in regular month?
ly meeting convened, having transacted their
nsual business, embrace the occasion to com?
memorate the death of the Bishop of the Diocese,
the Right Reverend Thomas Frederick Davis. It
is certainly meet and proper so to do. For al?
though he h. d no peculiar connection wUh this
church, he was the chief pastor and overseer of ?
ali the churches within bis jurisdiction. And he
ad minis'ered his high and sacred office in such a
manner as to identify himself with each and
every one of them, and to compel heartfelt love
for the man, over and above the sentiments of
respect and reverence which appertained to the
It would not be in keeping with the relation In
which this body stood to the deceased to enlarge
on hts intellectual gina aaa characteristics. Suf?
fice'it to say, they were striking and made h ma
maa of mark: yet so controlled by native mo?
desty, as A be almost unobserved, until drawn
ont by the functions Of the high office which was
thrust upon him. Bot it well becomes the occasion
to meditate on his assiduous and tender care of
bis entirecnarge, and his devotedness to the ser?
vice of the Shepherd and Bishop of our soul?, so
evidenced, and to bear testimony to the remarka?
ble satisfaction and .comfort which accompanied
and recompensed his ministration-'.
At the tim; of bl* elevation to the Episcopate
party spirit, with its natural point of nanson ta
bleness, was ri fe throughout the church, lie had
been only a few years in th : diocese, waa little
known except in the comparatively small parish
which enjoyed and appreciated b s services, ''and '
had never taken part in the diseussions in the
diocesan conventions; and when the office waa
conferred on him by a largs vote, after repeated
trials by the parties to elect their tispectlve.fa?
vorite-, be meetly expressed his accep ance of ir,
saying he was unable to do more, as he felt
".tunned as ova Mow." But la a short time be
exhibited qualities, or which thitherto be hid
probably been unconscious, and ru ly Justified the
earnest recommendation of the few who had
known him, la that respect, be ter than he knew,
In the administration of bis hely office he Im?
pressed himself on all as one who, therein, knew
"only Christ sod Bim eroclfied;" and party spirit
soon bid its diminished head.
Self assert.cn was loreign to his nature, yet on
all oocaBlons, when doty demanded lt, he spoke
ont with distinct ness, and with the authority
that befitted his position; and seldom has the ef.
feet Of morel influence been more charmingly il?
lustrate.! than in the varions bodies connected
with the charon,-whose deliberations he guided.
He was calm wise, and free from personal par?
tialities, and confidence la him was enforced.
I i hi* personal intercourse, he was paternal to
all his clergy, accts^fble and affectionate ti the
Hts arda us visitations, were performed with
singular ndellty and exactness, and alwaya
nailed with pleasure by the subjects of them.
Until 1; was rend red Impracticable by public dis?
tractions, he was always accompanied la these
visitations by some of hts clergy, abd in this hts
characteristic Impartiality was manifest- every
ene had his torn.
Thus, for eighteen years and upwards.ln spite ot \
constant and almost unparalleled 111 health, end'
of total blindness during more than bair or the
time, did he go In and out among us In the dis?
charge or his high and holy office. Three days
agd he passed away-quietly laid down the cross
to uko np the crown prepared for him In Heaven.
After repeated1; declining to do BO, while he
felt that lt was not absolutely necessary, he at
last, apparently with prophetic forecast, ex
pressed his desire to have an assistant; and only
last May the Dloo.sin Convention supplied him
with one-now bis soccessor-in the person of
the recur of this church. Of him we can speak
with know edge, and we heartily thank oar Hea?
venly Father that the h Hy office has passed Int j
hands In which it will not sutler detriment.
Extract from t ie Minutes.
C. WILL IM?N, Secretary.
(Cop arin erst) ip s ano ?iseolnhonfl.
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COPAR INESSHIPrNOTIC.RS CO
PARTNERSBIP hitherto ...ting nuder the
name Of O -ODRICH, WIREMAN * co.. having
been dissolved on the Sib of October la.it bv the
death of Mr. GEORGE o. GOODRICH, the under?
signed aa Surviving Co. artners will close the bu
slnestof the hue firm. All persons Indebted will
make pa., ment to PHILIP W(NEMAN,
Charleston, December ll, 1871.
The undersigned haviog purchased the Interest
of the estate ?f Goodrich In the stock tn trade of
the late firm of <?0< DRICH. WI N EM AN A CO., on
the 6th day of October last for ned a Copartner?
ship for i he purpose of carr? lng on the WHOLE?
SALE DRUG li Ca IN hiss, at the old stand, No. 85
Heyne striet, un er the name and arm of
PHILIP WISEMAN A CO.
CharleaoB. December ll. 1871. decll-tufs
rpHE STATE OP SOUTH CAKOLINA,
JL CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Certlflcate of Lim?
ited Partnership between BUCK LL YT. SEXTON,
or the City of Brooklyn, State of New York,
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of the Town and Coun?
ty of Tolland, State ofOonnect'cut, and EVER:
E. BKuFORD, of th-3 City of Charleston, state
aforesaid. , ' -,
This certificate hereby witnesseth that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an act ot the G?n?ral
Assembly of mufi tate aforesaid, entitle i "An Act
to authorize thu", formation of ? Limited Partner
Ships," passed ftnhe year or our Lord, one thou?
sand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and an*
other Act entitled "An Act to extend thc dura?
tion of an "Act authorizing the formation or Lim?
ited Partnerships," passed In the year or our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.
and another Act extending the same until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, I86t), formed a Limited
Partnership as fo lo wa :
First. The name or firm under which such
partnership shall be conducted ls EVERT E.
Second. The general nature or the business In?
tended to be transacted ls that of the Grocery Bu
s tn ess. both retail and wholesale, in the sala City
Third. BUCKLET T. BENTON, ef the City of
Brooklyn, State of New York, and CHARLES UN
DERWOOD, or the Town and County of Tolland,
stace or connecticut, are the Special Partners'
and EVERT E. BEDFORD, of the City of Charles?
ton, State aforesaid, ls the General Partner.
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a special Part?
ner, bas contributed seven thousand dollars
($7000,) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
special Partner, has contributed also seven thou?
sand dollars ($7000) to the common stook of the
FUth. The said Partnership commences on the
first day or November, eighteen hundred and
seventy one, and will terminate oa the first . ay
ol November, eighteen hundred and seventy-five.
Dated tbLs 28th day or October, A. D., 1871.
(Signed) B T. BENTON, [L. B.1
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, TL. al
EVE KT E. BEDFORD, lt, 8.1
(aigued) G. W. RODERICK,
THOMAS E. PEARSALL. nov8-86
SO. HAMS, SHOULDERS, BELLtFS,d
. TEi i DAY, tho i- ti matant, will be B'
b?fore our store, at Te o'clock.
6 tierces Uncanvased Eitra Sugar Cured N.
10 tierces fair qnal ty Hams, Canvased and t
10 bbls. Ex i ra ?. n. pig shoulders
5000 Itu. s. sud ?. S. Shoulder?
. .6 boxes Extra S. C. u. b. Sellles
20 bbls. Sugir and Beehive Syrup,
conditions cash. decU
MACQUEEN Sc RIECKE
WILL SELL BEFORE THEIR STORE
No<. 21 an') 23 yendue Hange, at hau*pt
0 o'clock v. M., THIS DAY,
6000 pounds CANVASED HAMS
?'?ooo p. muds S. C. Pig Shoulders
MOO pounds Jnemnvased Hams
5000 pounds Belly Bacon
500 iioxes Llt-i nog-Scaled
10 bole Socar
Hair bbls. Beef, Ac, Ac
A Jot or BIKERS' TOOLS, Table, Ac, ic.
Terms casto_. deol2
By TIEDEMAN, CALDER Sc CO.
HAMS, SHOULDERS, BUTTER, ?
THIS DAY, at three quarters past 9 o'cloc
will be sold before onr Store,
16 tci. Prime Sugar-cured HAMS
500 Un bagged Bal lmore Hams
100 Dry ?ailed Hams
10 h h de. No. 2 r-honlders
20 kegs Prime and Choice Butter
20 bbls. N. u. Sugar
29 Boxea Pickles
20 boxes Vermicelli and Macearon 1
50. boxes Candles.
Conditions cash. _ decl2
By HENRY COBLA Sc CO.
BACON", SUGAR, CANDLES, &c.
THIS DAY, at qmrterpast 9 o'clock, *
2000 pounds BACON SHOULDERS
?500 pounds S. V. Hams
1000 pounds S. C. Strips
20 barrell N. o. Sugar
20 boxes Candles
20 barre s Super Floor
10 quarter cans W. W. Vinegar.
Cond.tiona cash. r"ecl2
By PAUL B. LALANE Sc CO.
THIS MORNING, THE 12TH, WILL Bl
sold before our atere, No. 171 Last Bay, at l
An Invoice or Triple Scented ToUei SOAPS, a
of lint qushtv, and Perfumed as follows:
ROSE D'ORIENT, Bouquet de Stolen Kisses
Orange du chine, Fleurs d'lndles, Bonqne
d'Amour. Camella and others. These Soaps con
bine the properties of the best imported Fr nc
Manu rac tu rt ra, and at the same time posses
great medic.na! powers, riesling, softening an
whitening the skia.
By A. H. ABRAHAMS.
PEREMPTORY SALE.-DRY GOODS
Clothing, Shirts, Drawers. Jewelry, Ac.
J HIS D A Y, 12th Inst., at io o'clock, will be poa!
lively Bold, at my BM ore, No. 138Meeting street,
Desirable GOODS to close consignment.
Ruction Sales--fntnrr Daps.
ON TUESDAY, 19TH INSTANT, ATI;
o'clock A M., wilt be sold, ra Broad street
uear the Old Postofflce,
The LOT OF LANO wifb two-story Woodei
Bouse thereon, containing Store and Dwelling, a
north c?rner of Romney and King-street Road
II. caauring 100 feet front hy 185 reel deep. This 1
a good stand for a road-al ie store.
Conditions-One-fourth cash; balance by bon,
ByabLe lu four equal annual Instalments, witt
?re>t seral-annuaUy: to be secured by a mort
i age ot the premises, the buildings to bs kept In
sured and policy a-signed. Purchaser to pay roi
papers and revenue stamps. deoH-tatnsma
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
ON TUESDAY, THE 19TH INSTANT, Al
ll o'clock, A. M., will be sold on Broa*
street, nf ar the old Postofflce.
The non bein three story WOODEN' TENEMENT
HOUSE, on the west side of Orange street, on?
door south of Broad street, containing six np
ruin, two garret and one dreislng ruom, w.tt
kitchen, ?c. L-t 88 by 170 feet.
Tfaiiru-uae-thlrd cash; b nance by bond paya?
ble kffWo equal annual in s tal m ea ts, with Semi
annual Interest from dat?, to bS secured ny i
mortgage or ?he premise*; the house to be kepi
Insured and policy assignai. Purchaser to pa]
for papers and revenue sumps deoia-tnMiamS
By *. I. LUTCH A; BYS. RBJJNS,
SALE UNDER THE TIREOTION OF THE
"Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of South
W?rbe' Bold on FR?DAT, l>ecenrber lath, at ii
o'clock, at tbe north aide of me Old Postofflce
The following described Pit-CES OR PARCELS
OF LAND, the same havlog been returned as thc
Property or the "State or south Carolina," sub?
ject to the reservations contained in the notice
lau Due TRACT OF LA KD s?mate, lyla g and
being la -Groomsville, Sr. James ooc*e Creek, 2(
miles from th? Oliy of Charleston, and known as
the "Frick House irac," containing 210acres,
more or less. . ,
2d. One TRACT OF LAND'situate, ly mg and
being in the Parish of Si. Jame-? Saniee, formerly
occupied by - WHooat, and now by c. G. Mc?
Coy, containing 26uO acres, more or leas.
Sd. TRACT OF LAND known as the "Powder
Magazine." In the City of Charleston, Parish of
SOJUBp-sand sa MlflhaeUar i,.t n r.y
Uti. rt at very desirable LOT OF LAND at the
northeast corner of Line and Meeting streets,
with Residence and all necessary outbuildings,
now occupied as a farm and residence; measur?
ing on Meeting street 150 feet by ooo feet on Line
street, rnnnlag east and west This property can
be subdivided into Building Lota and offers a
good opportunity for an Investment or capital Its
contiguity to the terminus of the Sonth Carolina
and City ?ail wt y a renders it a very desirable In?
6th. ONE ACRE OF LANE? on the weit end of
LINE STREET-high land. This property ls said
to be occupied by authority of the City Council of
8th. A MOIETY OF LAND upon Morris Island,
formerly used as a Lazaretto and Hospital.
tfu I a AL?O.
?h. THIRTEEN LOTS OF LAND OU SPRING
STREUT, designated by, Plats and numbered 68,
67,110, lil, 112,113, 270. 269,126, 124, 123, 186, 184.
8!h. NINETEEN LOTS on PRESIDENT STREBT,
designated by Piata numbered io. 12,14,16,18,24,
30, 32, 232, 234,286, 288, 170,171, 172,178,174,176.
9th. THIRTEEN LOTS on NORMAN STREET,
designated by Fiats and known ai numbers 19, 81,
231, '?33, 43, 61, 62, 228, 229, 230,1280, 261, 202.
10th. TWELVE LOTS, on ASHTON STREET,
designated by Plats and known as Lota numbered
123, 124, 125, IS8, 1-9, 180,75, 76, 7T, 78, 45.
11th. TES LOTS upon ALWAY STREET, desig?
nated In Plats and tuowu aa numbers 80, 81, 82.
83, 84, 85, 135,104,13J, 1*7.
Wth. THREE. LOTS upufc F LT DO STREET
designate I ni on Plata as numbers los, 97,-'91.
13th. Upon' PINS STREBT, 7 LOTS designated
upon Plat aa NOB. 266, 216, 68,137, 141, 143, 146.
14th, Upon ROBERTS COURT, 7 LOTS, deslg
nated upon Plat aSNoji. 61, 5.. 53, 254,~266, 256.
?- - .. ? - ALSO,.
15th. Upon ? ILLY COURT, 15 L'iTS. designated
as Noa Hi 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100, 101, IOC, lu3, 104,
105, 107, 108.
16th. LOT on LISESTKEt?T. northside, between
IlCBe Lane and Rutledge street
17th. Upon MAY COURT, LOTS deslgna|ed as
Nos. 101, 105,107, 108.
18th. Tpon CHESTNUT STREET, LOTS deslg
nated a* Nos. 115, 117.
19th. Upon REE STREET, LOTS designated as
NOB. 119, 200, 201, 202.
20th. Upon CHINQUAPIN STREET, LOTS desig?
nated as Nos. 191,189, 207.
AL80. . .
-Slat. Upon CANNON COURT, LOTS designated
as Noa 198,194,195,190. 193, 230, 204.
22d. LOT OF LAND at the N. K. CORNER OF
SPRING STREET and WESTCOAT'8 COURT.
23d. LOT OF LAND, at the northeast corner
Spring and Piesident streets.
24th. Several other LOTS In thc ftlty; part?cu?
la) s given hereafter.
Nora.-The Titles to all the above advertised
parcels or Land are rr gard ed aa good In the State
or South Carolina. IT, however, ic any case, any
other party has acquired valid title to any of the
said Lands, every such party ls hereby requested
to immediately come forward and make the same
appear to the Special Commissioner, at the office
of Messrs. WHIPPER, ELLIOTT ? ALLEN, No.
91 Broad street, Charleston, on or before the
thirteenth day of De. ember next
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mort
irage of property. Jrurchaaera to pay for papers
and stamps. w. j. WHIPPER,
nov26 Special Commissioner.
pw O N M A R R I A G E.
Happy relier for Young Men from the effects/?
or Errurs and Abuses in early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat
meat. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sonth
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. octia
?j JOHN ?. MILSORVOOV j
READY-MADE CLOTHING AND LA
'? 1)IES' C'-Ta CLOAKS, on a ceo ant of I
mawnfHcturers, Dry Goodi, Unaereblns. Aa i
THIS DAT, the I2th MMMtj et 10 o'clock, wo.
will sell, at our store, Ka 136 Meeting street, on.
account of manufacturers, ? i
? caaes, const-ting of Fancy Cassim re and
Cloth >?iT8, Silk, Velvet and Cioth Vesta,
Paney and Black Cassi mere Pants, Fane
Black sad Brown Cassimere and Cloth Frock
Coa s and Sacks. I
2 cases Ladles' Black Cloth Cloaks.
00 doz<n Pink, Whlteand Gray Undershirts. 1
36 dozen assorted Balmoral Skirts I
30 cartoons Ladies' and cn nu r en's Trimmed I
60 pieces asso.ted Black, Brown and Cadet gati-1
60 pieces assorted Kentucky Jeans.
Men's Merino Half Hose, Red Flannels.
Callo, White and Hickory Shirts.
100 dosen Madree and Verona Head Handker
ctiicts. Ac, Ac. ? I
Cotdlilons-Sums nnder $100, cash; $100 tel
SSOO, sixty days; over $300, ninety days, for ap?
proved endorsed notes, with approved Bank-rate-1
interest added. _dec?a |
1? j JOHN G. MIL NO li & CO.
BLUE ASHY CLOTHING AND
THIS DAT, 12th Instanr, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell, at onr store, No. 135 Meeting street, to close
In vol? es,
125 BLUE INFANTRY FROCK COATS
26 Blue Military Overcoats
60 Blue Military Jackets '
l case, 600, Military Caps
26 pair Moe Army B ante ts
26 pair Brown Army Blankets
20 d<zen Book Gauntlets.
Conditions as above. decJ2
Bj \VJL MCKAY.
BABOUCHE, H?KNE^' FURNITURE,
mis DAT, at 10 o'clock, at Ko. no Meering
street, will te sold.
One. BA h OUCH E, Harneso.'BedBtea'B, Chairs,
Wardrobes, Mattresses, Mirrors, Meat Safes,
Lounges, Mn w Case, large Cooking Stove and
large lot or sundries. . ' " ' '.' I.
Dry Goods, Notions j and Christmas Goods will
be told tu-morrow. _ " * deci2
BTW. T. LEITCH & li. S. 1?BUNS, |
A actione? rs. I
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT, EAST
side of Friend street, next north of the
cathedral, corner or Broad and Friend street?,
wm be sold THIS DAT, at ll o'clock, at the
Old Postofftce, !
That DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT lying and be-1
lng on the ease side of Friend street, immediately
north or the Cathedra], and in close proximity to
Broad street, measuring f?rty - fl ve feet front by I
one hundred acd four feet io depth, more or less. I
This la an tuglble building Lot m a good luca
Conditions-One-third cash; balance In one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage, with I
interest at seven per cent. Purchasers topsy US
for papers._deci2 I
By W. Y. LEITCH <s R. S. BRUNS?
DESIRABLE CORNER LOT AT PUBLIC
wm be s ld THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, at the)
Old Post, mee,
That VALUABLE BUILDING LOT, af the south
west corner of Queen and friend streets, measur* j
lng forty-seven leeton Queen, and forty-one feet I
on Friend airest, more or less. I
. This ls a good stand ror a store.
Conditions-One-th ird cash; balance In one and
two years, with interest at-7 per cent, secured
by bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and h tampa. deelt j
By W. Y. LEITCH * IL S. BRUNS, !
TWO STORY RESIDENCE, Na 19
America street, one door south of Bald street.
Will be sold THIS DAY. the 12th instant, at
ll o'clock, at the Old Posioffloe. j
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN RKill
DENCE, known as Na is America street, (west
side, one door south of Reid street.) containing
f. ur square rooms, Dan try end dressing room;
also good kitchen.
Terms-One hair-cash; -balance in one and two
years, with interest. Property to be Insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps._ deol3
By W. Y. LEITCH ft R. S. BRUNS,
THREE LOTS IN COUNCIL STREET,
east side, one door south of Tradd.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the lath instant, at ll
o'clock, at the old Post?nica
Tnose three desirable LOTS, on the east side of I
Connell street, one door south of Tradd, each f
measuring in front S3 feet by 136 feet in depth, i
Te rms-Ha if cash ; balance one year, with la- [
terest semi-en nm? Hy; secured by bond and mort
g age. Purchaser to pay na for papers and stamp-. I
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
I; ARGE BRICK STORK-H OUSE COR
J SER of Qooen and Pnlhdelpbla streets. !
Will be sold THIS DAY. the 13th instant, at ll
o'clock, at th J Old Postofftce, '
That due two-story BRICK STORE-HOUSE, cor-}
ner of Queen and Philadelphia street?, entrance
on Queen and also on Philadelphia street. Lot I
meaiures 41 by 120. 1
Terms-' ne-tnlni cub; balance la one end two
years, with interest, recured by bond and mort,
gage; property to be Insured and policy assigned
Pui chaser to pay os for papers and stamps. V
By W. Y. LEITCH ft B. 8. BRUNS, I
STORE AND DWELLING No 36 KING j
Will be sold THIS DAT, the 13th Instant, at the \
Old Poatoffloa et ll o', look,
That desirable STOKE and DWELLING No. set
King street, east s ?te, between Weim's Conn and
Price's ailey, containing four square rooms and
Kitchen. Lot measures 39 feet front by 00 feet
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two I
years, with interest. Propel ty to be tu sured and J
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for papers I
and stamps- _ decl3
By A. C. McfctlLLiTHAJf,
PATSY BROOKS; ET AL, VS. E. C.
JOSES, Executor, et sL
By virtue or aa order of the Hoo. Judge Gre- I
ham, made In this case, I win sell at Public Aaa-1
Mon, near the Exchange, east end or Broad
street, THIS DAY, the 13th December next, I
All i hat LOT OF L I ND, wita the two and a half I
story Dwelling, Shop and Outbuildings, situate I
on the east s de of Meeting Btreet, In the city I
of Charleston, next 'oath or the Foundry of the I
late W. S. Henerey, measuring in front on Meet
lng street 80 feet by 143 feet In depth, more or I
less. Bounding north on Lands or the late W. 8.
Henerey, southon a Lo; numbered 9 m a plan er
Lands of the late Robert Swetolse, new or late Of
Willi-", and west on Meeting street
Terms-Oe e-half cash; balance in one year, J
with ii. terest from day of sale, payable annually, r
secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage I
or t.ie premises Buildings to be insured and I
policy assigned. WM. J. GAYER, 1
deci2_ Referee, j
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
CITY COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON TS.
Dawton, Administrator, eta).
By virtue ofan order or sale In this case, to me
directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge ror the |
First Circuit, I will offer ror sale at public auction, I
THIS DAY, December 13, wi, at ll o'clock A. I
M., at the Old Poatoffice, root bf Broad street, ]
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the south side
of Amherst street, in the Cuy of Charleston, nam-1
bered ten (io,) on s plat or the Lott or Land I
known in tte pian or the Village of Hampstead by
t tie numbers 60 and 61, Ward No. s, m ale ia
April. 1856, by Robert K. Psyne, City Surveyor for j
the Upper Wards, containing In front on Am
herat street thirty-six (38)feet Ave (5) Inches, the
same on the back line, and In depth, from east to I
we t, one hundred sod forty (140) feet, be the I
same more or less; butting and bounding north
on Amherst street east on Lot Ko. 9 on said plat,
south on Lot No. 6 on said plat, west on Lands of .1
the German Evange leal Lutheran Church or I
Terms-One hair cash; balance in one year, se
cured by bond ol purchaser, with Interest from
day or sale, and mortgage or property sold. Pur
chaser to pay ror papers and stamps.
WM. J. GAYER, j
deci2 Rererea . I
StgrticTKCTg' Jjgggjg Salt*, Ut.
AT PBIVATE SALE, THE TWO-AND-A
HALF-STORY WOODEN RESIDENCE, an
high brick basement on west side of Pitt street,
one door south of Ball street containing six large
and two small rooms, tm roof, with gas and en?
tern, also a large kitchen, with six rooms and
slated root, stable and carriage house, and two
gc?! wells or water. Premises in good order. On
the Lot is a good dower garden; iron renee on
street. Lot measures 68 feet 8 inches front by 168
feet de -p. Apply as above, at Na 23 Broad stteet.
By W. Y. LEITCH ft fi, S. BRUNS,
No. 35 Broad street.
MRS. JULIA WINBEBG HAYING RE?
TIRED from business, we offer at private ?
Baie her entire stock or FANCY ZEPHYR WORST- !
KD, Embroideries, Ribbons, Dressing Trimming*,
Lace Gooda Ac, together with the Fl xi urea, Show
Cases, counters ana Good wm of said establish?
ment, known as No. 29S Klog 6trc:i, one door
north of Wentworth.
Terms accommodating. decT-thstaS
^TTtTuyn S?lra-?atnre Bm
--i^f**-**-^1 11- TT i TH ?>>w?itj lijo
_ ^^.....|i*f*>v.r i .,:
T^URNITURE, FDBNFI?SE, 4c.
J: Will be Bold o a WEDNESDAY, 18 h Decem?
ber, at h alf past lo o'clock:, In Balesroom, rear Of
oar office, No. 31 Broid s reet,
The io.lowing F?RXiTBRE, consisting in part
aa?ollow?:' tfri ? .'" HTSSTWH
One PIAKO * ?
One French Bedstead.
Bureaus. Sideboards, Sofas, Hair seated ChAira,
Rockers, Mote? ' ' ' j-1'-' .*?
Feather Beda apd Mattress's, Carpets. .
Ternia cash. Articles to be removed lmme
dlai ely after me sate. " . J " ? ' decli
By ALONZO J. WHITE * SON,
VALUABLE P Ll WT AT I ONS ON
Y' COOPTRRTVItR. . ' ' 0 ?
: Mary M. Lucas va. M ?nema Lncas, et aL-UDder
Judgment ot Court of Common Fleas.
By vlrtoeof 'ne Judgment of Hon. H. F. OraV*
ham, Judge of First circuit, la above case, will
Le sold on WEDNESDAY, the Sd day Of January.
187?, at ll o'clock A. M, at the corner of Sagt Bar
and Broad street (beaton" '
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAN?,
known as Middleburg, situate, lying and beta* la ?
that portion of the county ol Cbatieston Kfrnafn
lykaownas the Pariah of St. Thomas and" BC
Deon's, on the eastern branch of the Cooper
measuring and containing M acres of TM*8pat*m
Land, and 677 aerea o: high laad, he to*, same
moreorles8; butting and bounding to VnenortK
OB the eastern branch Of Coop?' Mv?r,; fer?*?
east on land of Alfred Huger, Lo ihe south on lanA:
formtrly of John Biyan, and to the weat on Una
formerly or John Bryan! . . - .* -* 'a w*
ALSO, : <f*V2*
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
sit?atelathelatePariah af St. Thomas aud st.
Dennis, now ihe County Of Charleston, and State
of >outh carolina, ki,own as sprfng Hill, Ising
and being on French Qaarter Creek, .Mhiaffing
seven hundred and thirty - Ove MWPTRX B
or less; as w di appe ar by reference to a survey re?
cen i ly made by Wm. Hume, Eeq.,'surveyor; but?
ting gad bounding to thenorthou janos of Dun?
can N. Ingraham. Baa., and the eatat ? or the late
W. Posrell In graham, to' tue east on the PUbUO
Canal, to the sooth on lands now or late belong
Iflg to Dr. E. Ravened, to ihe weu partly on lands
now or .ate belonging lo the esute of John Gor?
don, partly on property of Colonel John Haries
ton, and partly on lands now or late er Joh*
Terms-One third cash; balance payable In five
(6) rqual successive annual instalments, with lav
teres r, thereon, at i ha rate oT seven per cent, .ser
annum, secured by bond or bonds of purchaser,
and mortgage of premises. Purchasers to pay
for papers and stamps.
THOMAS Y. SIMONS,
By PAUL B. tm%?H? ? m ?
ON WEDNESDAY, THE 1 3TH, WILL Bl
sold la our Store, Nc. 171 East Bay, at ?
42 bois. Fish GUANO,
This ls one or the strongest and bett Fertlnaeni
known. It ls Ground Lobster, and has, therefore,
the Pho*ptiat? of Lime ?nil otter natural logra?
dle Ula required. M, reu der valuable poor Guanos,
and for this purpose lt H often osed This ls an
excellent opportunity foreman farmers requiring
a limited amount of Manare, samples can hf
seen at oar Store.
By W. Y. LEITCH k R, 8. BRUNS,
ROTA ET AL VS. MULCAHY, AUMIN*
JSfRATKLX OP A. ROYS ET AL.
By virtue of the Judgment of Hon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge of the First circuit, m the above cawst
win oe sold on WEDNESDAY, the istbot Decem?
ber, 1871, at ll o'clook A. M., at the corner of East
Bay and Broad str< eta, Charleston, . . "
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, wita the Building?
and Improvements thereon, sttdate, ly mg and
being on the norih slde-o? Queen street, in ward
No. 3, City ot Ooa?esioo; measuring and contain?
ing i u iront on Qneen. airest. 28 fee t, on the back
Une 27 reet, on fae east line 131 feet, on the west
lino 130 ree r, be the said dimensions more or lesa.
Butting and bounding to the north on Landa ai
ode uevtaee* of James 'Roa*; lome easton Lands
now or formerly or Mai celina Paris; to Han amah
on Queen street aforesaid, and to the weat on
Lana? now or late of the-Betate of Frederick.Shaf?
fer. . t m-..' .
Terms-One half caatu balance payable in two
equal suocetsl ve annoalmoment*, wita inure*
thereon at the rate of teven per cent, per annum,
payable annually, secured by hood or bonds af
the purchaser or purcbasers and mortgage of the
premises, tne buSdings te be insured and policy
of insurance assigned. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. R. 8. DURYEA,
dec*, 12,18 Special Referee.
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By H. H. DeLEON.
POSITIVE SALE VALUABLE SBA IB
land Plantation? on'' Edl?to Island, belong
lug to Estate Ephraim M. Barnard. fid
will be told at Publie Aao?JOn,.In the City of
Charleston, cn Thursday, Bswsa?Oer Mtav dm, at
the Old Customhouse, corner Broad mitt asM
East Bay, a i:r> j .
The following PLANTATIONS! .
Sea-Side, containing 49? aa-ino aerea, more- er
1 sa. . du : loti Bb >:.
Wilson's, containing 143 is-ioo acres, more er
lesa' ? o -. ra
Palmentera, containing tu ia-ioo aerea, mare
-or'less.' .-" i -i *>.?>.??". aai .
Shergcod, containing 238 ?loo acres, mow er
less. ' -rrt." .'..'. b - .f
Shell Hot se, contain lng 188 20-100 acres, more
or leas. : ' . TT Ol i dm . ..
Bed Boose, contamtng 164 ?i-loe acres, ta mw er
lesa. . Ufa? IrurA
Seabrook's, containing 178 84loo acres, more
or less. ... ' ?? .mho. - iti.l
Rabbit Point, cen tain lng 408 94-100 acre?, mote
or less, ' '? -/- . . ;(.'.?. or .. u .-, .. ac
Laroche'*, containing 224 w-ioo aerea, more or
lesa. ' - .V.Vi'fi: l os - : ??-?i?M
Little Ediato Place, conraft?tirg?ST-taw acres,
more or lesa, < -aamwo?l yjraatL
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S PA RISS RICE PLANTA
TION, opposite wilton, 200 sores, more or lass. -
Condlhons-Ona fourth cash; balaace.by bond
and mortgage, payable tn one, two and ?area
years, interest 7 per cent., payable annually.
Purchaaert to pay for pap?? aud stacap?
TROMAS H. WILLINGHAM.
By J. A. EN8L0W k CO.
SALE FOR D IV ISIO N-STEAMER
AGNSS AND FLAT.
FRIDAY, 22d instant, at ll o'clock, will be ?old
at South A liait lc Wharf, l s l?> : u ?>-. 'j-a,3
Tue Steam Propeller AGNES, lately used as a
Water-boat. She ia47 is-ioo tons register; built
In 186?; 48 4-10 feet In length. 16 t-10 feet Tn
breadth, and 4 7-10 feet tn depth. Baal two Fif?
teen horde Power Er Rib e? mue order, having
been lately thoroughly over hauled; built la Glas?
gow, with Tabular Perpendicular Boiler. : M
Also, wm be sold, at me same time and place,
One Wood FLAT, capable1 er carry lng from 20
to 2? cords Wood. .- <nv, .r .
TermB or aa:e-One half cash; the.remalndexIn
six and twelvemonths; approved endorsed city
paper, with bank interest added! nj
NI B. can be treated for at private aaie previous
to day of sale. "V jdeoO-etolaaaB.
SALE OF STOCK, ??BN, FO?B?S?3?
I will sellos WBDNESDA Y.the 20th, December,
at the PlantaUon OB which I reside, three miles
rrom Mats' Bia fl Depot, on the WUmatgton and
Manchester Railroad, *
HORSES, Males, Cows, Hogs, Corn, Fodder,
Farming Utensils, Cotton seed; Ac The Cattle
are the cnest m this section of the State., Tarma
cash. The Plantation win be rented at the same
time. It con taina some soo or floe aerea of. Hw
Cotton and Own Land. ? - : i^-.vifirsvs
. j i 0. N. MCCALL. Agent.,
ieei-i7n?o ?- ? ? v-MW B&B.
B IED * BI III J '
?iltSi di ??(* -til .Ki:
GREAT CHICAGO T'M^T.
The following flrst-class Companies are offered
as security to sil who desire:to obtain value re?
ceived xor money paid In premiums on Fire In
ATNA OF HARTFORD, CONN. -
Assets, July'1st, 1871, as follows:
Cash Capital. ..$8,ooo?ooo
Cash Surplus...'...........:. 3,047,378-t?.047,3TI
Losses by Ch.cago fire lees than. 2,000,000
Income received during leno.?3,073,894
HARTFORD, OF HARTFORD. CONN.
.-. n ' - ? OJ !>m - j ..
cash Assets, October Mt, 1871, as foUows:
Caa h Surplus.1,7 ai, 87 7 - $2,7 85,877
Losses by Chicago Ure. ess than. 1,200,000
Income during 1870. 1,774,61?
A. H. HAYDEN, Agent,
No. 878 KING drazar.
trJ.L HONOUR, Sub-Agent, East Bay.
THE SUBSCRIBER^HAS OPENED A
SCHOOL FOR BOYS at his 'residence So. 84
Mun ague street, one dcor weat of Lynea. The
usual Ea g llsh Branches will be taught, including
Algebra, Geometry and Bookkeeping, 'together
wi h Latin. Greek, French and German. ^
An Afternoon Class has Bet n formed for those
ora more advanced age prepartne for College or
Swines*. WILLIAM SIMONS.