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t CITY AFFAIRS.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
J. A. Enslow & Co. will seil at half-past ll
o'clock, at South Atlantic wharf, the steamer
Agnes and a flat.
Wm. McKay w:'* sell at 9 o'clock, at his
store, fancy goods. Jewelry, &c.
. SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-The Very Rev. Dr. Ber?
mingham will officiate in the Catholic Church,
on Sunday, at hall-past 7 o'clock precisely.
No MARKETS ON CHRISTMAS.-This wi 1 be a
busy day IQ the markeis, as to-morrow is Sun?
day and there will be no markets open on
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.- The day passenger
train on the South Carolina Railroad will
leave Charleston, on and after to morrow, at
8.10 A. M., Instead of 8.20 A. M.
COTTON FOR LIVERPOOL.-Mr. Henry Card
cleared, yesterday, for Liverpool, the British
bark Agra, with 13 bags sea island cotton, 2005
bales upland cotton, 250 tons phosphate rock,
and 1200 slaves.
CONSCIENCE FOND.-The general ticket
agent of the South Carolina Unread requests
iisto say lhat he received $6 25 enclosed to
him by-,cf Beaufort, for unpaid pas?
POULTRY DEALEKS IN TROUBLE.-'otin Wil?
son, and Thomas Saunders, two colored dea!
ersjrwere brought before the Miyor yesterday
morning for selllog poultry without licenses.
Tue former had his fowls confiscated, and the
Irater forfeited his deposit of Ove'^oJlari.
C ms ANT STARS.-D. Conroy, arrested for
raising a disturbance upon his premises in St.
Pbi'ip st Tver, was fined two dollars.
Five candidates for delirium tremens spent
Thursday night in the Guardhouse, and were
each fined one dollar next morning.
QUICK TRIP.-The Carrie A. Bently, a new
vessel, arrived here from New York yester?
day in the rapid time of seventy-two hours.
8he ha? a valuable assorted cargo, and comes
in Messrs. H. F. Baker & Co.'s Commercial line
of New York packets.*
CROWDED OUT.-We have received a com?
munication correcting certain misstatements
concerning a sale of bonds by Dr. WI liam T.
Wrag',', of this city, contained In a receut
speech of Mr. C. C. Bowen on the Impeach?
ment of Governor Scott. The unusual pres?
sure upon our columns prevents the publica?
tion of the communiait ion this morning. It
will appear, however, ?o THE NEWS ol Monday.
THE. MOULTON CONCEITS.-The musical
world of Charleston is all in a flutter of ex?
pectation at the coming of the fair American
songstress, whose gifts have made her so cele?
brated in the Oid World and ia th's country.
Her.o-.vn high reputation, and the- eminence
of j^e several artists by whom she ls sup?
ported, give assurance that her concerts next
week will be musical trea's of no ordinary
A WA CON SMASUI i>.-On Thursday afternoon
a countryman attempted to drive his team,
consisting of a wagon and horse, across the
track at the Magnolia crossing, as the tra'n on
the Northeastern Railroad was approaching
lie city. The engine struck the rear wheel ol'
Ibe vehicle and threw the whole team into the
ditch. The driver was conBldera1 ly bruised,
bntwe believe not seriously injured, and the
wagon stands In need of er' mslve repairs.
^ MASONIC-At the regular communication of ;
Etiwan Lodge. No. 95, A. F. M., held at their
ball at Mount Pleasant, on the evening of the
21st Instant, the following officers were elected
to serve for the ensuing Masonic year: Tho?.
D. Jervey, W. M.; JohnT. Dufe, Sr. W.; O. F.
Gregory, Jr. W.; Wm. H. Sinkler, treasurer;
E. M. Royal, secretary; John Ferguson, Sr. D.;
Peter Weinheiiner. Jr. D ; Thomas Hamlin, R.
S. VenniDg, stewards; Jcs. L. Inglesby, tiler.
At the annual communication ol St. An?
drew'- Lodge, No. 10, A.- F. M., held Monday
evening, December 18th, over Holmes's Book-1 j
store, corner Wentworth and Fing streets, the
following officers were elected to serve for
the next Masonic year: J. E. Bolnesf, W. M
E. N. Jeanneret, S. W.; F. Teppe. J. W.; T. S.
King, treasurer; L. P. Spelss'iggrir, Jr., secre?
tary; J. H. Kendall, S. D.;-, J. D.; Jos.
MciDuff, W. S. Varner, steward*; J. J. Beasley,
THE CHAMBER OF COMMET CE AND THE NEW
POSTOFFICE.-An Informal meeting ol' the
Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday at
their rooms, at the corner of East Bay and
Broad streets. The president of the Chamber,
S. Y. Tupper, Esq., suggested to the members
present that lt would be proper to celebrate
the restoration of the Postoffice to the old site,
ano, at his instance, a committee of three, viz
Messrs. E. Sebring, W. C. Bee and F. W. Daw
son, were nominated to wait on the Post
master, Stanley G. Trott, Esq., andiuvit-j him
to visit the Chamber. Upon the arrival of
Postmaster Trott, President Tupper briefly
expressed his gratification at the result of the
labors of the Chamber, and thanked Mr. Trott
for his kindly co-operation as well as for his
acceptable administration of the 'justness of
his department. Mr. Trott made a griceful
reply, thankj&g tbe president most kiudly fer
bis cordial greeting, and assuring the Cham?
ber of his earnest desire to do all that in him
lay to promote the prosperity of the city.
^We may say, in this place, that Postmaster
IPott is, as he deserves to be, an eminent ly
popular man in Charleston. His courtesy,
fair-deating and official industry caus^: him to
be respected by even the most zealous oppo?
nents of the party to which he belongs. Con?
necticut is not all to b'ame while that State
can send us a man like Stanley G. Ti ott.
THE NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.-The fifty
secdhd anniversary meeting of this time-lion
ored and wealthy society was held yesterday
at the Charleston Hotel, at which the follow
lng gentlemer were elected to serve ns officers
for the ensuing year: Hon. James B. Camp?
bell, president; James B. Betts, first vice
president; A. R. Taft, second vice-president ;
Thaddeus Street, secretary an! treasurer; A
H. Hayden, Dr. Lebby, L. T. Poller, D. F.
Fleming, E. W. Edgerton, C. R. Brewster and
J. R. Reed, committee on charity; P. P. Locke,
H. W. Kinsman and S. N. Brown, committee
on letters; L. D. Mowry and W. S. Hastie,
committee on finance.
Later in the evening, the socieiy with their
guests assembled in the private dining room
of the hotel where a splendid banquet awaited
their attention. The table In itself was won?
derful to behold. The central figure was a
marvel of taste, and the other ornamental
pieces elicited the praise o! all present. The
whole affair was got up and arranged in the
hotel, and spoke wonders for the skill of the
confectioners and other departments or the
c.?i9ine. The numerous courses were served
with order and precision by the attendant?,
and the whole resulted In a success which add?
ed new laurels to the host of the Charleston.
The entertainment was elivened by the per?
formances ol the splendid band from the Cita?
del, and. what with the toasts and responses,
prepared and extemporaneous, was kept up
uotUtb? enroll hours of morning came on
VERDICT IXTHE RAILROAD ACCIDENT CASE.
The inquest la the case of Mrs. Dotterer. who
died on the 3d of December, from the injuries
she received by the railroad accident two
days before, a short distance above Florence,
has been proceeding lrom lime to time, and
was concluded yesterday morning. The jury
found that the deceased-'came to her death,
on the 3d day o? December, 1871, from injuries
received by an accident on the Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta R J il road, on the morn?
ing ol December 1, 1871. said accident being
occasioned by causes unkcown to the jury,
but believed" to be from the imperfect con?
strue; i .in of the road."
Ilottl Arrival*- December 233.
J. Gorham. Savannah; P. L. Wiggin. E. F.
English. Beaufort: E. Mehernais, Gardner's
Corner; Mr. and Mrs. Nesmith, New York: T.
Jarra, Georgia; J. W. Wells. Georgetown; C.
C. Holloway, New York; J. Radcliffe Rochej
ter; G. C. Bancroft and lady, New York.
PAVILION ll ITEL.
J. C. Sullivan. Abbeville; A. G. Dooley. New
York; J. M. Boozer. Orangeburg; J. J. Mwl
drow, Klngstree; VT. 3. Cinnon, Jr., St. Ste?
phen's; ?L C. Brown. Graham's; M. W. Vea
ning. Mount Pleasant.
J. Weed. Philadelphia; John Osley, Augusta;
F.G.Glenn, Lexington; E. S. Phinney, New
York; H. Gilman. Wisconsin; M. Grace. J. B.
Walcott. New York; E. M. Speight. South
Carolini; A. C. Spain, Darlington; S. S. Tomp?
kins. Elgefl .il; Chas. E. Jackson. E. N. Wal?
dron, James H. Trepney, N. Zirponski, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Wherter, London;
Wm. L. Dawson, Summerville; A. R. Tatum,
steamship Cbarleslon; C. M. Weatherby. Marl?
boro"; W. M. Wullace, city; J. W. Savage. New
Jersey; Mrs. James Berry, R. C. MacmtirJs.W.
F. Brittain, Wm. A. Christian, New York; J. E.
Beaty, Blackville, S. C.: W. T. J. 0. Woodward,
Cheraw. _ _
CATHOLIC PRATER BOOKS, from 50 cents to
$18, at Holmes'8 Book House.
TUE AUCTION SALE ol ihe steamer Agnes
and a large flat, advertised by Messrs. J. A.
E islow A Co., to take place yesterday, has
been postponed until this morning, at half
past ll o'clock, at South Atlantic wharf.
CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES.-W. Hunt, No 42 Mar?
ket street, has on hand Turkeys, Fowls, fresh
Butter and Ezgs, which he disposes of at the
LADIES will And a lull assortment of Harris's
"Seamless" Kid Gloves at J. R. Read's, No.
2C3 K\nz street. decl2-tuths
THE DAT OF FORTUNE approaches. The
Academy of Music, with the other grand
prizes of the Scheme, will be drawn for Jan
nary 8th. Get your tickets In time, from Eben
Coffin, 6ub-agent, at No. 29 Broad street.
NOTICE.-The friends and patrons of D. F.
Gleason are cordially invited tc partake of bis
Christmas Carol, at bis new ?akon, No. 104
Market street, this day.
'.A SLIGHT COLD," COVOHS-Few are aware
ji the Importance ol checking a cough or
"slight cold" which would yield to a mild
remedy; ff neglected, often attacks the lungs.
-Brown's Bronchial Trcchet"' give sure and
ilmost immediate relief. decl9-tulhs3
ENGLISH SADDLES.-Foi* sale, 24 fine Eng?
lish Saddles and 100 McClellan Saddles. Will
oe Rold low to close consignment. John Com?
mins, No. .308 King street, above Wentworth.
BUT A FEW DATS remain to procure tickets In
.he South Carolina Land and Immigration As?
sociation. $500,000 in prizes. Tickets $5 each,
v sufficient number of tickets having been
?old to insure a drawing, the same will posi
iively come off January 8th, 1,872. Send your
orders without delay, ns no tickets will be sold
titer 5th Jauuary, 1872. See adwertisement In
Another column. dec7-thstu6
To BCSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
pu-chalng your Blank Bjoks at the East
Bay News Room. decU
A GRAND CHRISTMAS GIFT.-The finest Im?
ported Musical Box ever brought to this city
for raffle at Von Sauten's Bazaar, King street.
Two hundred and fifty chances at two dollars
i chance. List rapidly filling up.
HAVE Y?U SEEN HATDEN'S CHRISTMAS
"SPREAD ?" No ! Well, then, take my ad
rice and give bim a call. Don't wait until the
last day, for then his splendid assortment will
>e broken and you will find It difficult to be
?erved. decl8 6
JUST RECEIVED a fresh supply of Underwear
Goods at Menke A MulerV, No. 325 King
ALL THOSE in need of Broadcloths, Cash?
mere?, Doeskins, Beavers, Ac. will do well by
:al:ing on us lo take advantage of the twenty
Sve per cent, reduction of prices in this line
af goods. Tailors are invited to price the
;oods. Samples given. FUKCUGOTT, BENE?
DICT A Co.
CHEAP FRENCH KID GLOVES.-For one but
on, dark and light, $1; for two buttons. plaiD,
SI 25; for two buttons, embroidered, $1 50. At
lead's, No. 263 King street. decl2-tuths
P. P. T?ALE S MANUFACTORY AND WARE
IOOMS of builders' material of all descriptions
ire the most exten-ive and complete In the
Southern States, and straugers interested lu
uch matters should not fail lo pay them u
isit. The f ictory is situate*, on Horlbeck's
thar", near the Northeastern Railroad depot.
,nd (he wareroom? are Lcated at No. 20
layne street and No. 33 PInckney street,
rlthin hail' a minute's walk of the Charles: on
"KEYLESS WATCUES."-We have just re
eived per steamer Ville de Paris from Havre
<a invoice of fine Gold Stem Winders and
Chronographs, from the celebrated factory of |
'atek Philippe A Co., Geneva, to which we
lesire to call the attention of purchasers.
CARRINGTON, THOMAS A Co., Jewellers and di?
ed Importers, No. 256 King street. declO
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
ny sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
.nd EAST BAY NEWS-ROOM. dec20
MAGNIFICENT MEERSCHAUM PIPES, from $1 to
200 each, suitable lor Christmas presents, will
e so'd cheap durln? this week. A Prize
Vheel is connected with this establishment by
rhich you may draw oneoMhe above Pipes
or 25 cents only. C ill at Emperor William
ligar Store, No. 310 King street. Specie In
hange. WM. SCHRODER, Proprietor.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
'lates at the Hasel sireet Bazaar and East Bay
Jews Room. octl4-3
CUEILLEY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
rarranted. These Gloves will be taken back
ven alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
earing or ripping.
' Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
DFPOTQ London, 53 Regent street.
UTS New York. 929 Broadway.
. Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT A C>.. sole Agents
br Charleston. nov3-6mos
OVERCOATS, from $8 to $25, at Menke ?
M tiller's, No. 325 King Btreet. declG
CHEAPER THAN* EVER .'-Writing Desk?.
Photograph Albums and Pocket-Books, at
Hasel sireet Bazaar. decl4
THE UNANIMOUS VERDICT of the ladies is
that the best selection of Portemonnaies and
Russia Goi?s are to be found at HATDEN'S,
No. 272 King sireet. declS-6
Go AND- I RPECT the handsome Stock of
Clothing at Meuke Sc Mullers, No. 325 King
CROQUET ! CROQUET !-The cheapest in the
city. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
WILSON'S CASED LIQUORS.-Having long
seen the necessity of placing a pure and un?
adulterated stimulant before ihe public for
medicinal purposes, we have determined to
pack the following favorite brands of liquor
in case3 consisting of one bottle each of Pioet,
Castillon & Co.'s Bran 'y. Private Stock Port,
"Pale Family" Sherry, "Old Velvet" Bourbon,
Jamaica Rum, "Cabinet" Gin, Loch Katrine
(Scot.) Whiskey, which we sell at ten ($10)
dollars p?r ca?e. To our friends we will say
ihat we guarantee the purity of the above.
They are endorsed by our leading physician?,
and are, without any doubt, frst-class goods.
Send orders to WILSON'S GROCERT, BOX NO.
383, Charleston, S. C. No charge lor deliver?
PARCHEESI .'PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay I
News Room. _ _ apr20-s
As ELEGANT ASSORTMENT of Children's Hats
at Plenge's, No. 201 King street. declO-5
GAMES AND PICTURE BOOKS, at popular
prices, at Hasel street Bazaar. decl4
FOR A STYLISH AND ELEGANT HAT. at popu?
lar prices, go to Plenge's, No. 201 K'ng street.
FURS.-FGRCHGOIT, BENEDICT &, Co., No. 244
King street, offer extraordinary bargains In
Furs. Few more cases of all kinda and prices
received, and will be sold at extremely low
1 r ces.
A CARD OF THANKS,
OFFICE OF THE SINGER MF'G CO .
No. 197 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 22, 1871,
TO THE EDITOR OF TUE NEWS.
SIB-Permit me through the columns ol
your paper to express our thanks to the pro?
prietors and proprietresses ol the Mills House,
Charleston Hotel, Pavi ion. Waverly, and
boarding-houses where we have had our ma?
chines on exhibition during the Masonic cele?
bration. The permission was freely given to
place the Singer Sewing Machine in the differ?
ent hotelp, and the result has been a vast In?
crease In our sales. We feel ourselves under
obligations to the above named parties for a
special favor, the result of which has been
most satisfactory. Bj giving th's a place in
your paper jon will very much oblige
J. CLARK BEDELL,
Ag'-nt for the Singer Manufacturing Co.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANT, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 23, 1871. J
( n and after M'NDAT, the 2tth lust., tue Day
Passenger Train will leave Charleston at 8.10 A.
M. Instead or 8 20 A. M.
From same date the Summerville Train w.ll run
Leave Summerville at.'.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at. 8 45 A. M.
Le ive Charleston nt..8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.4.-15 P. M.
A. L. TYLER. ? Ice-President.
S. B. PICK?NS, General Ticket Ag?:.:.
IMPORTANT TO PL A M T E S 3 AND
FISH AMMONI ATEO
Tbls excellent brand of FERTILIZER comes bc
rorc the public well recommen 'e l. Having been
prepared wu h great pains and best materials, Its
adaptation to the crops of this section ls no sur- '
passed, the evidence of which ls furnished by the j
following tesilmoalals of Professor :?H ?PAR > and t
J. B. BISSELL, Esq., which we annex as IOIIOWB: C
OFFICB OP THU ]
STATS INSPECTOR OF FERTILIZERS,
March 3lst, 1871. j
Messrs. J. A. Enslow d Co.:
GENTLEMEN-Encoded please find the analysis
of the sample of "M ddle on's Fish Ammontated
Phosphate," selectel by my assistant from the
cariro j ist arrived. The large amount ol organic '
matter, rich In ammonia andt:ie highly soluble |
condition of the phosphoric acid are sufficient re- 1
comme dation* tor this article. 1 feel s ire mat ?
the plant? r will be bentfliel by lt i JuJlcioJS ap- 1
plication to cotton and other crops. I
Respectfully, your obedient sei vant, I
(Signed) C. ? SHEPARD. JR.. M. D., 1
Inspector or Fertilizers ror South Carolina
CHARLESTON-, S. C., December 12.1871.
Mersrs. J. A. Enslow rf Co , A<jents Middleton's
Fish Ammontated Phosphate:
GENTLEMEN-I experimented with the one ton
cr MID?LElO.V? FISH A M Mu.\ 1 AT Kl) PHOS?
PHATE, which 1 procured or yon. and beg to state 1
that I anplted lt to Klee alongside of the Phos- 1
ptiatlc Manures manufactured in this city and (
vlcmiiy, and the result was decidedly in favor of e
I navena yet threshed my crop, and cannot,
therefore, furnish you with the difference in yield,
but the growth and vigor of the stalk proved to
me the superiority of Middlotcn's F BU Ammonl
ated Phosphate over the other Fertilizers used.
Very respectfully, your?,
(SlgHed) J. B. B SSELL.
UNIFORMITY OF QUALITY GUARANTEED.
PRICES-$30 cash; or forapprov- d acceptance,
payable 1st November next, $80. Address
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
A GEN Ti, No. 141 EAST BAY,
dec23-2_Charleston. S. C.
3YSTER SHELL LIME, THE MOST VALUABLE
RENOVATOR OF LAND KNOWN.
300,000 bushels or SHELL LIME ror sale, dellv
ered oa any of the navigable rivers of South
Carolina or Georgia at thirteen cents per bushel,
sr Ave dollars per ton, bags extra.
BOWEN A MERCER,
Lime Burners, No. 61 South Gay street,
[?Hemos, ?rgans, Ut.
PIANOS ! PIANOS !
we are this day opening a Fresh Supply cf
PIANOFORTES, received by Schooner Phelps.
Persons Intending purchasing will do well to call
ind examine Sty les and Prices.
dec22-2 HENRY SIEGLING.
pARENTS CiN DO NOTHING BETTER
o remind their children or the birth of their Sa
nour, and to let them express their joy and happi?
ness t n tins great and glorious event, than to buy
if FR. DATER'S flue stock or Musical Instru?
ments, a Violin, Flute, Guitar, Accord?on, Music
Bix, Tiumpet, or even a Drum. Go and see thru
Prussian Militaire Dram, at FR DAUER'S Music
?tore, No. t::: King stree:. decii-mwf7
CANTA CLAWS HEADQUAi?TERS 11 !
JCVr OPENED AT
VON SA NT EN'S BAZAAR,
No. 229 KING STREET,
NEXT DOOR TO ACADEMY OF MD IC,
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY 1GOODS
SUCH A3 ?
WRITING DESKS, WORK-BOXES,
China Toilet Goo.is, Handsome Vases,
Beautiful Mant'epiece Cr^amsnts.
Dressing Cases, Jewel Boxes,
Poitemonna'e*, Ac, ic.
TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
All the Late Novelees of tlie Sfason.suih as
the CREEPING BABY. Ve'.oclpedlst. Water-Boat
ar:(I other new goods worked by Mechanical con?
PURE FRENCH CONFECTIONERY,
Expr<8.-ly Imported f.r the Holiday Trade.
ELLIN G OFF AT COST.
No. 373 KING STREET,
CHRISTMAS TOYS OF ALL KIN'IK.
CCloiljing nub itormsljing ^oobs.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK
BOYS' & MEN'S CLOTHING,
CORNER KISG AND WENTWORTH STS.
ELEOANT IN STYLE
MODERATE IN PRICES.
ORDERED WORK DEPARTMENT
ENGLISH & FRENCH GOODS.
MENKE & MTJLLEK,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
C LOTHIN G.
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY MADE SUITS tor all ages, from the
imalleu bov to the larpent man.
Dress and Business Suit* of all descrlptlons.
Elegant overcoats, Pea Jackets, Derby and
Plain Sack Suits, Fine EnglUh Walking Coats and
.mts of all eslora, stnsla and Double Breasted
alack Frock Coats, Black Doeskin ao l Fancy Cas?
hmere Dress P .nt?, Velvets, -l ks, Cloth, Castor
ilea vcr and Casslmere Vest?, manufacture 1
?uder our o?n observat'on. We are therefore
?ure of a good lit and durable work.
s snnpiied wl'h the finen selection or BROAD
JLUTU8, Doeskins, castor Beavers, Chinchilla
diagonals, Meltons, and nil styles or Cassimeres
or Buslnes Suits. Velvets. SiKs, Plush and Cash
nere Vestings. And a variety of hands>me Pan
aloon Patten a. which we make up to order by
neasure at tho shortest notlc, and guarantee
?rsi class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
>TAR SHIRTS, Imported and Domestic Merino
lhaker Flannel, Ad-Wool Underwear Geo.ls, Half
Jose, Suspenders. Handkerchief*. Linen nut!
'ape*Cuffs and Co lars, Imperial, Alexander and
Jourvolsier's Kid Gloves And a fu 1 assortment
if Buckskin. Dogsk n.-Beaver and Cass. Gloves,
ind a verv large assortment of Silk, Alpaca nud
Scotch Gin. ham Water-Proof [HO] Umbrellas.
Cor Stock has been selected with the greatest
tare, and prices mst ked very low in plalu tlguros.
Our motto ls quick tales and small prouts, mir
lealtngs. Goods mar be returned if no: satlsfac
ory. Buyers in our line will lind lt to their ad
?autage to give us a call. n<ti9-3mos
IN THE SOUTH.
ILL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS. A>'D DRAWERS,
FTTH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Dpposit? the Market,
Drrj Q5OO?JS ano lotions.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street,
OPPOSITE THE MASONIC TEMPLE
We beg to call special at MO: loo to oce o' the
largest fciecKs of DRY GOODS we have ever
Each Department Is well stocked with every
article that a Country Merchant,. Planter or
Housekeeper can want for genera: use -
STRIPES RED FLANNELS
TICKS WHITE FLANNELS
CALICOES CANTON FLANNELS
COLORED SILKS BLACK SILKS
SATINBrS BLACK VELVETEENS
CASSIMERES COLORED VELVETEENS
COLORED BLANKETS B ED BLANKETS
LACE GOODS HOSIERY
GLOVE3 KID GLOVES-$l
RIBBONS SASH RIBBONS
BLACK DRESS GOODS LINENS
COLORED DRESS GOODS SHEETINGS
NOTIONS AND TRIMMINGS OF
Together with every aitlcle uanal.y kept in a
first-class Dry Goods House, which we are offer?
ing at the lowest cash prices.
We beg to call special attention to some special
lines of CUEAP GOODS:
1 ca' e WHITE RLAN RETS, at $1 25 each Blanket
1 baie Colored blankets, at 60 cents each Blanket
60 dozen Linen Towels, at fl per dozen
25 dozen Damask Doylies, at 05 cents per dozen
50 dozen Huck Towels, at 15 cents, very cheap.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN L. C. HANDKER?
50 dozen at VO and 75 cents-all Linen
50 dozen Hemstitched, very cheap, at $2, fi io
1 lot ci Hemstitched, all Linen, at 16 cents each,
50 dozen Linen Cambric Handkerchief, at $2,
1 case Assorted Dehlus and Poplins, in very
good styles, at 20 cents.
Together with every variety In every other De?
partment at the lowest prices, to be '.ned
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
decl8-6_287 KING STREET.
FI?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
; No. 244 KING STREET. ?
A most magnificent selection of GOODS suita?
; HOLIDAY PRESENTS ?
In all of oar Dry and Fancy Coeds Departments.
; CUSTOMERS AND STRANGERS :
will find it to their interest to Inspect
: OUR STOCK AND PRICES, :
and sec for themselves the
; INDUCEMENTS :
we are offering.
; FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?k CO. !
F?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Fancy Tartan SIL?S and 5llk VALOURS, only 90
Cases Black and Colored Alpaca only ?0 and 25
ricces Black Croa Grain Slit, best make, only
3l-lnch One Black Velveteens re luced from $l 75
to $1 2S
The bear, selection of Shawls. Jackets, Nubias,
Cloak", .?c.. at greatly reduced prices.
IIOCSFK F.EP; NO 1 ' EPARTA1ENT.
A fine line of ir.eaeU an I B:own SHEETINGS.
Table Damasks i ?0-4 Bleachel
Towels I en y 40 cents
Vi ima Wm eu Table and P.ano Covers,_
F?R?'I?COTT, BEiVUD?Cr & CO.
FLANNEL AND BLANKET D PARTMENT.
1 case of Scarlet Opera FLANNKL, only 40 cents
2 ca-its of lo 4 White Blankets $3 7>
1 case of California m-4 Rianke s. ithcbest n anu
factur?e!.) only $12-worth $20.
FI?RCIIG0TT,BE1D(CT & CO.
OFFER AT VERY LOW FIGURES
Ladies' and Gents' COMPANIONS, Watch and
Cigar Stand?, Card Boiei, Knitting Boxes, Wri?
ting Desks, Albums, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
FOR FDR AND CLOTH DEPARTMENTS, SEE
FMGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Attention ls called to onr Large and Well
Selected Stock of
WEHTE GOODS RIBBONS FEATHERS
Cloths sashes Flowew
Handkerchiefs Bows Hats
FURdHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
CARPETS I CARPETS ! CARPETS I
WILL BE BOLD AT OBBAT REDUCTION.
CARPETS ! CARPETS I CARPETS I
Strangers please notice that all of our Goods
are Delivered Free of Charge to any par: of the
FURCHGOTT, BESEDICT ? CO.,
nov20 No.244 KING STREET.
Statiion Sal?-?l) i i SJ ap
By J. A. E.NSLOW & CO.
SALE POSTPONED. -SALE FOR DIVT
SION-STEAMER AGNES AND FLAT.
THIS DAY. 23d Insta- r, athaif-pa t ll o'clock,
will be sold at south Atlantic Wharf.
The steam Propeller AGNK.\ lately used asa
water-bran stie ls 27 !5-lt.o tons regl ter: built
In 186a; -is 4 10 feet In length, ld MO feet In
bread:h. and 4 7ioreet In depth. Ila? two Fir
teen hon-e r? wer Endues In One o der, having
been lately thoroughly overhauled: built In Glas?
gow, with Tuuu ar Perpendicular Boiler.
Also, will be sold ac the same timi' and plue.
Gue Wood FLAT, capable or carrying irom 20
to 25 coi ds Wood.
Termsor sale-One-hair cash; the remainder In
six sud twelve months; approved endorsed city
paper, with hank Interest added._d>-c23
By WM. MCKAY.
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, PEBFU
FDMERY. SOAPS, Ac.
THIS DAY, at 9 o'elo.k, at No. 140 Meeting
street, will be s ild,
600 assorted lots FANCY GOODS-such as Per?
fumery of all kinds, soaps. Jtwelry, Dressing
Casket''. Bead Baske s. Sandal Wood Glove and
Handkerchief Boxes, Initial Note Paper and En
Vrloprs. And m account ot whom it may con?
cern-one eise ontalulag CO Assorted MIR
By WM. McKAY.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS I BARGAINS !
TOYS, JEWELRY. CLOTHING Ac. 4c
wm bc sold at No 420 R cs street, near Cal?
houn, at Mgn of Red Flag. EVERY NIGHT, at
half past 7 o'clock, until entire si ,ck is closed,
A large variety of TOYS, China and Gla-sware,
Plated Sets. Casters, Ac, Ladles' Cloaks, Hosiery,
Readv-Made Clothing, and 1000 lots of Sundries,
sui'able for holiday presents. ?lee Jo
QUction Sales--i?itnre dags.
Brokers and Auctioneers.
LOT NORTHEAST CORNER ANSON
and Gulgnard st eels.-A Gool Investment.
On THU USDA Y, 2Sth InManr, at ll o'clock, will
be sold ut east end Broad stree-,
Tue above desirable LOT, well fenced, and hav?
ing a smal: Building thereon, measuring 39 by 113
leer, more or less.
Terms-Half cash; balance in one and two
years, s. cured by bond and mortgage of the prop?
erty, with interest semi-annually. Purchaser to
pay K. M. M. A Brother for pap.-rs and stamps.
Ry R. M. MARSHALL & URO.,
Broker? and Auctioneer?.
TBE STEVENS MANSION, IN BAY
Street, at Auction.-Clear Titles Guaran?
On THURSDAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock, will
be sold at east end or B oad s reer.
All that LOT OP LAND on Bay street, next
north or Amherst,measuilng KO feet front and
rear, by leo feet deep, more or less, together with
tbs Buildings thereon, all of brick, consisting of a
very large and elegant, three story Man-Ion, with
piazzas to the s mn, and commanding a line
view uf the Harbor, lt contains 12 upright
rooms, besides pantry and ba-h rooms gas and
water pipes thrnugn the house, kuchen of e
room?, carriage house and stab.e, ah ballt of one
Terms-$18 0 cash; balance In one, two and
three year*, secured by bond and mortgage of the
property, with Interest seml-dunuai.'y; buildings
to be lu sure i and policy asslg-.ed. Purchaser to
pay R M. M. A Bro. tor papers aud stamps
SUctionccrs' flrioate Sales, jjgi,
' By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
No. ?3 Broad street.
LARGE MANSION HOUSE.-FOR SALE,
ine large BRICK MANSION HOUSE, on
Meeting street, containing about 14 rooms, with
large entries, and outbuilding* ot brick. Lot 365
feet ou Meeting street, surrounded by a brick
By R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 33
SOUTH BAY RESIDENCE AT PBI
That delightful RESIDENCE,' No. 40 South Bay,
one doo.* west of Legare street, containing s>x
ftjuare rooms, pantry, two di easing rooms, pi?
azzas, t rick kitchen, stable and carriage house,
clster.i, well and gas on the premises. *
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
No. ?3 Broad street.
SOUTH BATTERY RESIDENCE.-FOR
SALE, the Three Story Wooden RESIDENCE,
eu the north side of South Battery, between Meet?
ing and King streets, containing twelvti rooms,
three piazzas, gas, cistern. Ac, brick Kitchen, Car
rla.e House aud Stable. Lot ?4 feet front by 241
T: e premises have been recently put In good re?
pair and Improved._decl6-atntti6
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE TWO-AND-A
HALFSTORY WOODEN RESIDENCE, on
high brick basement, on west Eide of Pitt street,
one door south of Bull street, containing tlx large
and two small rooms, tin roof, with gaa and en?
tern, also a larce kitchen, wl>h six rooms and
slated roo!, atable and carriage house, and two
good wells or water. Premises In good order. On
the Lot ls a good flower garden; iron fence on
street. Lot measures 63 feet 8 Incnes front by 168
feet de p. Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
No. 93 Broad Street.
FOR SALE, THE PLANTATION ON
John's Island, on the Mono River, abont
len m les from Charleston, and about one mlle
from Legarevlile, containing 334 acres of High
Laud and about 100 acres of Rush Land, of which
about si acres are In woods, and the balance
cleared Sea island Cotton and Providion La d.
On the pisca are a Dwelling-house, two cotton*
houses and negro honse3._decl6-s4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
No. 23 Broad Street.
ESTATE SALE.-THE PLANTATION
In Co.leton District, known as the '-REST,"
containing about 1330 acres of land, about 75 of
which are R ee land, and 120 acres ot cleared ? 1
ton and Co n lani; the balance Timbered and.
The place lies on Horse Sh e creek, waters of Ash
epoo River. The Savanna'! and Charleston Rall
road runs near 1'._decio-s*
Ry LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
FOR SALE, THE VALUABLE RICE
PLANTATION, known as "CROW ISLAND.?
In Georgetown District, on Crow Is aid Creek,
waters ol North Sanies River._decl6-84
Ry LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
JVo. 43 Broad siriit.
FOR SALE, T?E POINT PLACE
PLANTATION, on the Oke Ic River, Beau
lort District, c ntilaing about 1210 acre-, 3J0or
which ls cleared laud, suitable for tue culture or
the tluest >ea Island colton and provisions. Th i
land is well timbered. OJ the P.ancatiou ls a
dwelitng-house with elgin rooms, kitchen, barn,
store-nous ; and negro nouses._dec!6 34
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
FOR SALE, THE PLANTATION IN
charl s:on District, on Wandoo River,
thirteen mile* from Mount Pleasant, on both
siues uf the Georgetown i oa 1, 1400 acres; about
3 >o are cleared upland, 122 r.ce land; balance in
wood, pine, swamp, Ac. decies4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
No. ?3 Broad Street.
FOR SALE, T3E BEAUTIFULLY SIT?
UATED FARM oa Cooper Rive-, known as
'-The Retreat,''about teven miles from the city,
containing from 214 te 250 acres. On the Farm
ls a Brick Dwelling-house, two brick outbui.d.ngp,
stables, Ac. The location is a beautiful one, and
commands a Are view or the river. The garden
walks were laid cut with taste, and now have a
variety or ornamental Trees In them. To one
desiring a counir/ leslJence near the city, lt
oifers many advantages. dec:8-*4
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, A Ko. 1
FARM, on Ashley River, near the city,
a-jout 40 acres or Cleared Land, settled.
Aline KICK PLANTATIOn ne ir Georgetown,
ontheNorth Santee River, 3J0 acre-1, with new
Mill, all settled; Une neighborhood.
A No. 1 FARM or 60 acres, near Summerville,
Possession given to the above at once.
Apply as above, at No. 40 Broad street.
By L S. K. BENNETT.
AN ELEGANT MANSION AT PRIVATE
SALE_At Private Sale, all tlat LOT OF
L\>D with elegant BRICK MANSION thereon, lo?
cated at the sou heast corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte streets, contalniqg seven upright rooms,
three batement and two a tlc rooms, wich gas, cia*
tern and other modern ImprovemeLts. On the
premises are al: necessary outbuildings. The Lot
ticing high and dry, measures- 230 fe? toa Char?
lotte street by 200 on Elizabeth, be the same more
or less, and being at the corner of twe of the best
streets, can be subdivided li desire 1.
For farther particulars as to price, terms, Ac,
apply as above, al No. 40 Broad stree \
Drugs ana iflebumcs.
Reliable Scabs for sale by
dec22 DB. H. BAER, NO. 131 Meeting street.
annum gal?0~~?ntnK ?ape.
Bj W. T. LEITCH & R. S. RR??8.
. A uer loneer?.
SHALL RESIDENCE, No. 20 MAZYCK
wm be sol? on THURSO iY, ?th insu, at east
end or Broad street, at ll o'clock.
That two-story WOODEN HOl">E and Brick
Kitchen, situated and known as No. 20 Mazyct
street, noose contains' four square rooms, and
on the premises are all necessary outbuildings.
Lot measures 27 by 126 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers and
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Auctioneers and Brokera.
VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON
PLANTATION'. AT REFEREE'S SALE.
JAMES T. IV ELS HAN. Tinste? Of HENRY G.
INWOOD and ELIZABETH, his wife, Va EMMA
JULIA EDWARDS et al.
In pursuance or the Judgment of the Court of
Common PU as In the above cause, made by bia
Honor the Honora hie R. F. Graham, I will offer for
sale at the Courthouse, In the City of Charleston,
on TUESDAY, the 16th day of January, 1872, at ll
o'clock In the forenoon,
All that valuable PLANTATION c lied SPRING
ISLAND, In Beaufort County, south Carolina,
situate at the j'wcticn of the Chechessee and Col
leton Rivers, dlr. ctiy opposite Foot Point, the
proposed terminus of the Deep Water and Western
Kalin ad, con1 sining about three thousand acres
high land, about two thonsaiid acres of which are
cleared and very fertile for Sea Island or Shore
Coi tons and Provisions. It ts abu dantly suppl ed
with springs or good water, and affords a One
pasturage for all kinds of st cfc ; together wita
several ema 1 Islands adjacent thereto, and form?
ing par: of, and being appartenant thereto and
on the Plantation ls a large DweMng-House
and ample outbuildings. There are several set?
tlements which render thrs property easy to be.
divided iota different planta'ions. Being an is?
land lt r equina no fencing.
It commands a fine view or the Harbor of Ports
Rojal; ls tea (io) m les distant from the en?
trance; considered beal by to live at all the year,
and wi ii koowa as one of thc best Seali.and
Cotton Plantations on the coast.
A TRACT OF PINE LAND,on the main,belonging
to the Estate of the late George Edwards, con?
taining - acres.
Term*-one-third cash; the ba ance by bond or -
bonds of the purchaser, payable la taree equal
successive annual instalments, with Interest : rom
date at the rate of seven per centum per annum,
payable annus ly, with mortgage of the property
toeecure the said bond or bonds. Purchaser to
pay Referee for papen* and ?rampa
For further particulars, and any desired Infor
maton, application mast be made to Messrs.
SIMONS A SIMONS, and to Messrs. M EMM INGER,
P1NOKNEY Jc JERVr.Y, and V. J. TOBIAS. Solici?
tors m the ciase. ASHER D. COHEN, Referee.
Bj LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
UNDERWRITERS' SALE OF COTTON
TIES, damaged on the voyage of Importa?
On THURSDAY, 28th inst., will be sold In the
Bonded warehouse In Elliott street, at ll o'clock,
on account of the underwi iters and all Coffeemed,
6102 bundles COTTON TIES AND BANDS, clam?
ar ed on board sehr. Marion on ber voyage from.
Liverpool to this port.
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SALE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
the "Commissioners of the sinking Fund of
S ii uti Carolina.''
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 28th Instant, et?
il o'clock A M., at the north side of the Old Post
The following PARCELS OF LAND, the lame
having been returned as property of theSi-teof
South Carolina subject to the res.rvat.ou con*
fained lu th.esu'duln-d notice:
1. one TRACT OF LIND, situate, lying and
being In tho Parish of St Jame*' San.? e, formerly
occupied by-wescoat, and now by C. G. Mc?
cay, containing 2600 acree, more or less.
2. One ACRE OF HIGH LAND, more or less, on
the west ead of Une street, said to be occupied
by authority or the City Council or Charleston.
8. On Spring street, LOTS designated by plats as
numbered 03, 226. .7 ', 271, 272,273, and parts Of
LO S 07 and 110.
4. On President s'reet, LOTS designated by
plats uumbered 10,12, 24, 232, 234 and 172.
6. On ashton street. LOTS designated by plats
numbered 119,120, and PARTS OF LOTS 121 and
e. On Alway street. PARTS OF LOTS designated
by plats ii unoered 131 and 135.
7. un Fiudd street. PARTS OF LOTS designated
by plats numbered 68 and 9L
8. On Pine street, LOTS designated by plats
numbered 269, a.d PARTS OF LOIS 137,141 and
9. On Lily c tort, LOTS designated by plata
numbered 94, 95 and 100.
ia On May court, PART OF LOT designated by
plat numbered 104.
11. On Chestnut street, LOT designated by plat
12. Cu Bee street, PART OF LOT de lgnated bj
plat numbered 20:.
13. on Chinqnepln street, PARTS OF LOTS des?
ignated by plats Lumbered 189, 191, 207, 208 and.
14. On Allen court, LOTS as designated by plat?
numbered 162, 227, 228, 229 and 230.
16. On cannon court, LOT designated by plats
numbered 206, and part of Lot numbered 196.
16. LOT OF LAND at the northeast corner or
Spring ureet and Westcoat's court.
17. LOT OP LAND at the northeast corner of
Spring and President stree ts.
NOTE -The above mentioned L'nds. together
with'others, were heretofore advertised to be sold
on the 16th Instant. Portlcns 01 the lands were
then ?oi l; these remain. The Commies oners fore
bore to offer these lands for sale last Friday, for
the reason thai as to some 1 hat were advertised
questions were made as to the matter or title,
which suggested tue propriety of giving time for
fun her investigation. These questions have since
been carefully examined, and all doubtful items
omitted, and lt ls confidently believed that every
piece of land described In the list herewith be?
longs to the Mate of South Carolina.
At the same time lt 1B hereby respectfully re?
quested that ir any party, other than the State,
have acquired val.d title to any of the lands de?
scribed in the foregoing advertisement, every
snch party will immediately come forward to tue
Special Commissioner, at the office of Messrs.
WHIPPER, ELLIOTT A ALLEN, No. 91 Broad
street, Charleston, and make the samo appear,
assured that bis rights will be scrupulously re?
Terms of Sale-Three hundred dollars and under
cash; over three hundred dollin, one-third oasb,
and the balaace la one and two years, wi-h In?
terest, secured by bond and mortgage of the
property. Purchasers to pay for rapers and
stamps. W. J. WHIPPER,
Bj ff. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUNS,
THADDEUS KELLY VS. ROBERT C.
By virtue of an Order of the Hon. Judge Gra?
ham, made ia this case, 20th Juiy, 1871, we will
sell at public auction, near the Exchange, east
end or Broad street, oa TUE-DAY, tue Sta Janu?
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND called Clover, on
Charleston Neck, measuring 37X ac es, more or
less. Bounding 1 or th on lot > 0. 8, d?signai ed In
a plan of the said lands on record, eau on lot No.
4 on said plan, south on (hePublic Hoad leading
from Charleston io Clement Ferry, and to the
west on the s.ild Public Road. Also, ALL THAT
OTHER LOT,d'8ignatt<1 In same planas .-0.8,
containing is acres and 99100 parts of an acre.
Bonnding north cn -, cast on lot No. 4. south,
on lot No. 7 on pim, and west on t he Public Hoad
leading from chu lesron. (See Mesne Convey?
ance Office, Book C, No. 8, pages 234 and 236,
these two trscts const.tuting what was for?
merly known a*, tue MIXER FARM, situated
abont five mues ,'rotu the City.
Terms of sale-One half cash; balance In one
year, secure ' by bond of the poi cha* er, bearing
seven per cent, interest, payab e semi-annually,
and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
for papers a:.d stamps.
WM. J. GAYER.
d cl6 s3wta2_Sp?cial Referee.
Bj R. M. Itt 1RS II A LL & BRO.
Brokers and Auctioneers.
SMALL. DWELLING ONA FINE LOT,
On THURSDAY, 25th instant, at ll o'clock, wlU
be s dil ar. east end Broad street.
The WOODEN DWELLING in Drake stree', east
side, second north of Amherst, containing four
rooms. 7 he Lot ls flit/ nine and a half ieee by
one hundred and twenty-lour reet deep.
Terms m ide knJ wa on day of sile.
Bj R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Executor* or JOHN H. TCCKER, deceased,
airalnst the Dev.sers and Legatees of J. H.
By virtue cf a decree made In this case,by
the Honorable R. F. Graham, Judge or the First
Circuit, 1 wi 1 offer for sale at public Auction, on
THURSDAY, the 11th day of January, A. D. 1872,
at ll o'clock, in the forenoon, at the o d Post
office, at the foot of Broad si reer, m Charleston?
1 he folio wine BEAL ESTATE, -1 tuate lu George?
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John H. Tacker, to wit :
The PLANTAT ON known as wm Brook; also,
the Plantation known as Litchfield; alto, the
Lands on t-andy Island; aWo, the Plantation
known as Q'enm re; also; the Plantation known
as Holly Grove; alto the Pla .lion known aa
A more accurate description or these Planta*
Hons will be given In a roture advertisement.
Terms-One third ca*h; remainder m one, two
and threa years, to be secured by bond or booda
of the purchasers, bearing lo wrest at the ratajor
seven per cent, per ancua, payable annually
from the d iy of sale, and ? mor gage of the prop?
erty purchased. Purcimer to pay Referee for
raperaandstampc muellobo> ? ^
j?* Georeetown paper please insert once>
a week for three weeks. decl4-thstnli.