Newspaper Page Text
AS IMPORTANT DECISION
delating to the Future of the Fine Arts.
IQ tbe decision of the suit of the Gorham
Man iliac luring Company vs. White, the Su?
preme Court, of the United States has rendered
Bigml and lmportar.t service to the progress
ol the Une arts. By the statute of 1812, Con?
gress authorized the commissioner to grant
letters patent to those "whose industry,
genius, efforts, and expense" should produce
new designs lor printing, statues, bas relieves;
In short, for all lorine of ornamentation. Ic
waa the Intent of this act that the art ot decora?
tion should enjoy the fostering care and protec?
tion which bus conferred such conspicuous J
benefits upon the American inventions in the
med?anlo arts; and In construing this law inj
euch manner as to give practical protection to
the designer, the Court has, doubtless, lent
valuable impulse to the artistic culture of the
Although passed twenty years ago, this act
bas remained almost wholly a dead letter.
Very few suits were brought under it. at the
Circuit, and, until the present, none have been
carried to the Supreme Court.
The result has been that Infringements of
design patents have become almost universal.
No a .oner did a pattern, devised and Intro?
duced at great expense, become popular in the
market, than lt was copied by other manufac?
turers, who thus, without risk, and almost
without loss of business consideration, enjoyed
the fruits of the genius and enterprise of j
others. This became at last a serious evil,
whloh seemed to threaten the very existence
of American design, tor no one could afford to
employ a corf s of artists, and Incur the cost of
bringing new goods into the market, if his
property in the result was open to be shared
by all the world.
This was the state of business which the Gor- j
ham Manufacturing Company undertook to
remedy. They were, as every one knows,
foremost among American sliver-smiths for |
the beauty and novelty of their goods. Undis?
mayed by the growing practice di infringement I
which disgraced the trade, they kept a large
eorps of artists in their employ, whose business
lt was to devise new and beautiful forms and
decorado os, These were, as > a general rule,
coplecrby others, and the Gorham Company
resolved tc Bee whether the law which had j
Jiromised u.em protection was adequate to
urnleb them relief against this great and seri?
ous mischief. They nave carried on this good
fight lor art and their rights for six yean?, un- j
aided saved by the moral support ot the trade,
and tbe decision of tbe Supreme Court has at
last crowned their courage and endnrance
with brilliant triumph. They selected, as the
ground on which to make their fight, the pat?
ent for tbe design of the well-known Cottage
Pattern ot spoons and forks. The lnlrlngers
called their goods the Gotblo Pattern, and
and had, also, a patent, but the Gorham Com?
pany charged that thlB was an evident copy of
their design, varied only for the purpose of
escaping the law. It was an additional grie?
vance in this case that the cottage goods
were In silver, while the Imitation was In base
They proved, by nearly al] the leading silver?
smiths of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and
the West, that the d?fendante' goods were so
nearly like the plaintiffs' that ordinary pur?
chasers would mistake the one for the other.
They further showed the great value of their
design, wbiob was pronounced by an eminent
dealer the best pattern be had ever seen, and
whloh waa estimated by another leading silver?
smith to be, in hm judgment, worth $58,000' at
least. And they osJled witnesses in the trade
who narrated occasions when they had actually
mistaken one pattern for the other.
None of these facts were denied by tbe de?
fendants, who rested their ease solely upon the j
fact, not controverted by the Gera am Compsnv.
that they were certain differences in the details
of tbe two deslcrns, whloh experts and parsons
accustomed to look at s il ver ware"would certain?
ly observe. And the question was thus fairly J
raised whether a patent for a design was in?
fringed if the infringer was clever enough to
produce npon the eye the same artistic effect,
and yet vary from the details shown and de?
scribed in lae patent. The plaintiffs claimed
that if, to the eye of the purchaser, the resem?
blance was so oloee that the patterns were the
same,.then that, in law, they must be deemed
i he same; while tho d?fendants urged that it
wa* for jjxoerts and designers to determine the
jdentit? of the patterns.
The atuse was heard in Newport in the Sum?
mer of 1870, and tbe views of the defendants !
were rjstamed by the opinion of the Court.
Wm dootrine went to the root of the matter,
li*it were sound, design patents were of no
value, for it is always easy to vary the details
of a work of art, and yet preserve the same ar- ?
tis?o effect and the same results on tbe eye of j
the observer. To snob a role the Gorham Oom- f
pany, and indeed, tbe fine arts of the country,
could not submit. And they therefore appeal?
ed their canse to the Supreme Court, which
has just decided it in their favor, and has re?
versed tbe doctrine of-the Court below.
The value of the dootrine of this decision to
the artistic progress ot the country can scarce?
ly be overrated. Inventors o' designs now
stand on tho samo level with inventors of ma?
chin?e. The beautiful arts may now go into
business and vie with their mechanical sisters
in the successful pursuit of wealth. It will
now become more than ever for the interests of |
the great silver-smiths te sim at the produc?
tion of new and varied compositions, and to
engage corpa of trained artists to aid them in
their competition. Postered and snetained by
the strong arm of the law, we may at length
expect to see American manufactures as ad?
mirable for their beauty aa for their ingenuity.
Pox this important result the country most
thank the Gorham Manufacturing Company,
whose courage arid resolution have brought it
Wtt) (&00?0, J?f.
*J. e. READ ft CO.
Invite special a tt ten ti on to their choice
DRESS GOODS. SILKS, VELVET?
EENS, BLACK GOODS, KID
; (in all grades, fl oo to $8 oo.)
EMBROIDERIES, FANCY GOODS.
CLOAKS, 8BAWLS AND FURS.
PT O. 968 KIN Cr,
OPPOSITE EASEL STBBKT.
?tjirts ario iFnrnisrjmg Q3oobt.
JP R SSH ARRIVALS!
LATEST STYLES 1 .
COMFORTABLE FIT I
LOWEST PRICES I
S'S S 8 S S S 8 SCOTT'S SSSSSSSS
8 STAR SHIRTS AMP COLLARS. S
' 8 Ready-made and made ^8
S to Order. S
s - S
S MEN'S S
8 FURNISHING S
SSSSSSSS GOODS. SSSSSSSS
AT TEE GREAT SHIRT EMPOBFjM 1
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
'fi- MEETING ST'aBEI,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MA"RKET HALL.
LOUIS COHEN ft CO.,
246 AND 248 KING ST.,
Between Hasel and Market Street!,
Bear leave respectfully to announce that having
annexed the building No. 2ie King street to their
Old Stand, they can, ?Uh the increased facilities
they now erjjoy. offer to their customers and
the Public generally GOODS in their line with
corresponding advantages to buyers.
OUR STOCK OP
which will be at all times found complete, con?
sists of :
DRESS GOODS, SILKS
SASH AND TRIMMING RIBBONS
And a Complete Stock of
UNEN TABLING 8, TOWELS,
NAPKINS', DOYLIES, 4?C
Particular attention ls requested to oar foll
Unes or Ladles'
SILK SCARFS SHA FICHUS,
in all Colors, Shades and Styles.
Attention, ls also directed to our large Hoes of |
Suitable for Presents.
A cali 19 respectfully requested.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
declS No. 948 KINO STREET.
No. 275 King Street.
HOL?DA YH I
**. We shall offer KONDAY, and every (fl
day nntu Christmas, the Finest and
A most Extensive Collection or OOODS 0
?J offered In this City, expressly Belect- ^
P3 ed for the coming HOLIDAYS. ~.
Pine French Oros Orala BLACK SILK, from $126
nae French Oros Grain Colored Silks, from
$176 to $2 60
Fine Frenoh Silk Sateens
Irish and Freu ch FepUns.
Foll Assortment or PLAIDS, Poplins, Alpaca,
from 26 cents np
Pull Lines of Mourning Goo is.
A NICE PRESENT.
We are offering for the Holidays
Pine English BRUSSELS at $160, worth $1 76
Pine French Velvet Carpets at $8, worth $4
Fine EngUsh-Body Br uss .ls-at $2 26, worth $2 76.
Great Redaction has been made la Ingrain Two
and Three-Ply Carpeta.
KID GLOVES !
Foll Assortment or the Celebrated CheUley KID
GLOVES, each pair guaranteed.
A good One Button GLOVE, $1
A good Two Button Glove, $126.
SEW FULL LINES OF HOSIERY, HANDKER?
CHIEFS, LACE COLLARS.
Ribbons, Belts, Corbets, Ladles' Underwear,
Flowers, Feathers, Jet Ornaments, Bows,
Ties, Neck Handkerchief.
FINE SELECTION OF
SHAWLS AND CL0AK8.
Offered at greatly reduced prices.
For Gents1 wear we offer Bargains In Fine
French and German CLOTHS, Casslmeres* Doe?
skins, Ac. Best eeleotlon In the city.
BLANKETS, Flannels, reduced in price.
Full Assortment of Linen and Dome&tlc Goods.
FURS, in large variety.
Our Wholesale Department consists of the best
selecdon of Domestic Goods, Fanners* Supplies.
Fancy Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ac, Ac.
Great Bargains are offered In all of our Depart?
FDRCH?OTT, BENEDICT & CO.
^JtacB (Boobs, Notions, &t.
JOHN 8. FAIRLY ?WT
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY &. WHITE GOODS,
No. 37 HAINE STREET,
Desire to call the attention of Merchants visit?
ing the city at this time to their very ATTRACT?
IVE STOCK Of
AND OTHER GOODS SUITABLE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Their usual Stock ls also very FULL AND DE?
SIRABLE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. They
solicit Irom their customers and the Trade gen*
erally the favor of an early eau. dec 11 lo
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
CLOBE8, AC, AC.
ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS AT
P. If. GUILLE M IN.
NO. ?I CUMBERLAND STREET.
OAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TIN ROOFING.
Clo i Li mg ano i ar nw tung ?oe ot.
J. H. LAWTON,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Corner of Klag and Harket Street*,
S0Ct3, Stl0?0, Ut.
THE GREAT SECRET
Sae been beld inviolate bj tbe Or&Ct for many
sentarles, and THE QBIIAT SECRET of ancoesa tn
:be transaction of every business ls comprised tn
LARGE OASH SALES, wita small prouts. The
inbscilbers folly realizing this mercantile fact,
lave opened another Retail Establishment at tbe
:orner of King and Wentworth street*, nnder the
Masonic Temple, and have Just received and
a Fresh and complete S'ock of Boots and
oboes of the latest a.d most fashionable styles,
for Lad loa, Misses, Gents. Boys and Children; |
together with a large variety of Tranks, Valises
Satchels and Ladles' Belt Bags, to aU of which
they invite the attention of friends, customers
and the pnbUc generally,
AT THE NEW MASONIC
lVEWIS. ELIAS tL CO..
NO. 294, CORNER KINO AND WENTWORTH STS.
LEWIS ELIAS, LOUIS ELIAS, RAPHAEL ELIAS.
N. B. J. B. McELHOSE and W. T. FITZGERALE j
will be pleased to walt on their Mends.
OF THE CELEBRATED
SIB SEWING HES.
181,260 SOLD IN 1871.
52,784 MORE TUAN ANY OTHER CO.
NO. 186 KING STREET?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
(Serpentine dool?, Coopera" Coote, flariHPtirs, #r.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
HACKERS. BRASS WIRE CLOTH.
DIPPERS. IRON WIRE CLOTH.
AXES. TRUSS HOOPS.
GLUE. HOOP IRON.
FOB. SALE BY
HART & CO.,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
39 HAYNE STREET,
CH ARLESTO V, S, O,
AT BET AI Tu.
PICTURES AND PRIORS OP EACH, With 1.3(8
of Farnltnre for Cook Stoves, wm be seat opon
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 25 HAYN12 STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Dcors, Queries ano ?lin?s
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, H OHL BEC K'? WH AB F
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS, NEWELS,
AND ALL KINDS OF FANCY GLASS.
LARGE STOCK-LOWEST RATES
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
SEND FOR ESTIMATE AND PRICE LISTS.
KEOGH ft THORNE,
254 AND 236 CANAL STREET,
<Iec9-lyr W?w York City.
WHITE PINE, WALNUT
FAJVCY LUM: BER,
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND
Send for Price List.
I. H. HALL & CO.,
EAST BAY "AND MARKET STREETS,
Yionrnr or NEW OUSTOMHOUBK.
Sollet -fl, OIl0?r)mij, Sf t.
NEW GOODS !
EVEBYfHING NEW !
MENKE & MOLLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE TEE ATTENTION OF THE FUELIO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURBISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR C?8JOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
19 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
_$gto, Cape, gt.
O. C. PLENGE,
NO. 201 KINO STREET,
Invites the attention of the Public to his
FINE STOCK OF
HITS, CAPS MD F?RS.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS
201 King Street.
Pianos, CDr jana, &z.
PIANOS ANf ORGANS,
Furnished at-factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES lu MO0LENAHA5,
Pla io and Unala Store,
sepMmoa No. 101 Kine street.
Ci?orf, Soiiocco, Ct.
In order to go Into another Business, I will
dispose of my
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Goods
must be Bold by the last OL' this month, as I will
have no use for them.
Call at once and make your EC io ct io cs either lo
amail lots or In balk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANCY COOPS
MUST BE SOLD.
Emperor William Cigar Btore,
No. 310 KING STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Bj W. T. LEITCH.& B, S. BBUN8,
SPECIAL SALE OF WORKS OP ART.
WAI be sold at Auction THIS DAT, the 18th
ma tact, ac tbe store corner of Chorea and Broad
streets, ai. 13 M. and 7 P. M.
A collection of Bare and Choice Works of Art
Ftne OIC PAINTINGS. Choice imported Chro?
mos tn handsome and elaborate Geld Leaf I
A tine af ??ort men t of English Steel Engravings,
after Ansilell, Landseer, Taylor, Williams and
This collection is the finest of the Und exhibit?
ed in this ascilon of the country, being copies of
the genuine origina s In the Louvre, D?sseldorf
and <>th-r celebrate;! Galleria**, by celebrated
American and Eoropean artists.
The attention or connolsuenrs and lovers of art
is called to this KxbibHon.
Goods now on Exhibition, and Catalogne? ready
on Friday. deolS
SALESROOM No. 45 wTINTWORTH
Street, will sell THIS DAT, at io o'clock,
pieces s?mele and Fancy SATINETS, Kerseys,
Tweeds, Cottonades, 8-4 and 4-4 Bleached Shirt
Inga, Prims, Rubber Coats, Suspenders and No
I tiona.._ a_,_ decta
innren Bol?B-^inmw Sias?.
By W. T. LEITCHTB. S. BBTOs7
EETA1L STOCK OP DRY GOODS OP |
Esta te of T. Kelly, by order of the Adminis?
trator, at Anctlon.
Will be (-old on WFDVESDAY, theisth instant,
at the S ore >o. 26) King street, commencing at
The eu ire- remaining Stock in said Store, con.
slating of ISBNT?UKT JEANS, Delaines. Blue and
Gray Flannels, shawls, Blankets, Towelling,
White aod Colored Linen, SwUa, Nainsook and
A finn assortment or HOSIERY, Gloves, Corsets,
Uodervesci, spool Cotton and siifcs, aa, io.
Te:ms cash. >aie to be contlnned from day
to day until completion. dccl8-6
By H. H. DeLEOX.
LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON EAST
BAT KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL.
I will setl, on THURSDAY, December 19,1872, at
the corner of East Bay and Broad atreeus, at ll
AU ihat LOT OF LAND, with three story Brick
Building thereon, on west aide of Eaat Bay street-,
known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
with store beneath; lot twenty-one.feet three
inches (21,8) front on Eau Bay, and on west snd
back Une seventeen feet six Inches (17.8) on north
Hue one mildred and sixty-five feet six Inches
(lefi.e), and on south line ono hundred and ilxtv
feet six Inches (loo 6), nr. re or leu; On rear of
building H a large Brick storehouse, with open?
ing on He Jon's Alley, said lot having the right or
passage t'irough said ttedon's Alloy on the south.
T^rms-One-third (X) cash, balance in one and
two year->, toy bond and mortgage of premises
bearing ?even per einr, interest, payable an?
nually; property to be insured and pulley as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papf rs. decll
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE,
RICE PLANTATION, Ac., Aa, ON PON
PON Rtver, A H. Heyward vs. John A.
Hassell sod others, Devisees of John Ashe, de
On THURSDAY, the 19th day of December, will
be sold In the City of Charle ton, near the Post?
office, on Broad street, in obedience to an order
of the Court or Common Pie a,
Ths two RICE PLANTATIONS, at the beat
pitch of tide, known as "Will Town," and "High
war sie," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
Plantation, B tuate tu St. Bartholomew's Pariah.
Colleton County opposite wm Town, on a large
creek, waters or Pon Pon River, contain m i joint?
ly 1048 seres, of which 400 acres are Rice Land,
under bank, (about 200 of which have been
planted last year;) bounding to the north and
nor- hweot by landa or eatats of Baynard and Ed?
ward Barnwell, to the south on lands of Hrs.
Wayne, find to the east on said creek. On the
place am two amad Dwelling Houses and accom?
modations lor negroes.
A TRACT OF PINE BARREN LAND, on the Pon
Pon River, St. Paul's Parian, opposite tb? "W1U
Town" Plantation, co i taming iso acres of land.
FIFTEEN TOWN LOTS in the Village Of "Will
The TRACT OF LAND or leland commonly
known aa Whooping Island, on tho Dawhoc
Uiver, OOlletoa County, containing about SM
acres ot land.
co nd MOOR-One-third oash; balance by bonds
payable ia three equal successive annual instal?
ments, with Interest, payable annually, from day
of rale, i o be peen red by a mortgage of tho prop?
erty. Purchasers to pay for papers.
C?CC 1,6 0,11,13 14,16,18,19
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, & C., December 14, 1873.
On and after SUNDAY, December 15. the Pas*
sanger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
ruo as follows:
Leave Charleston..9.80 A II
Arrive at columbia.?..6.20 p x
Leave Oliarleston.-.~~. 9.30 A X
Arrive st Augusta.6.20 r x
. FOB OUABLXarON.
Leave Columbia. 9 00 A kt
Arrive at Charleston.4.46 r M
Leave Augusta.9.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston. 4.46 p M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
1 (Sundays excepted.)
Leave otarles ton.-. 7.80 r M
Arrive ai Columbia.8.80 A X
Leave Columbia.7.so r ?
Arrive ai; Charleston.0.46 A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT KXPBXSS.
Leave Charleston.....8.80 r x
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A M
Leave Augusta.?~.6.16 r M
Arrive at Charleston......-?.. 6.60 A X
Leave summerville at.7.26 A x
Arrive at Charleston. 8.40 A X
Leave Charleston.~.8.86 p x
Arrive at summerville.4.60 p x
C AMD Sil THAIN. .
Leave camden...7.20 A X :
Arrive at. Columbia.1L66 A M
Leave columbia.-.?.X10 p u
Arrive an Camden. e.66 p it
Day arid Night Trains connect, at Augusta with
Macon sud Angosta Railroad, Central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls tba quickest and
most d ir ?c t route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louis ville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Lonl?i and all other points Weat and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connecta with Greenville
and Colombia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
; Through tickets on sale via this route to all
^OamdMTratn connocts at Ringville daily (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia. _
C B A. lu TYLER, Vloe-Prealdent.
8. B. PIOKBNS. G. T. A. deSlO
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 8,1872.
Tra?na will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M
and 8.0) P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 8.00 A. H. (Mondays ex*
cop ted) and 8 P. M. _ ......
Traill does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
D Traill leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New Tort, via Rlohmond and Aqaula
Creek only, going through In 44 honre.
Passenger! leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice or route, vta Rlcnmond.and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by thia Train lay ever on SUNDAY in Bal
timor;). Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
Thifi la the cheapest, qoiokest and most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
Weat and No thwest, both Tra?na making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad^
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Agent, mayal
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTOK
onABLESTON, June 18, 1872.
on and after MONDAY. June nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road wm run as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8.30 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally...-.9-46 P. JJ
Leave Savannah dally..11.30 r. x.
Arrive at Charleston dally.- TA.?
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. K
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays except?1- ?>*? \ z'
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted-. *? ?
AJTlve at CmirlestcD Sunday- fflgfjjS fra*
Passengersfrom ChartesT by ^?'???3
malte dose connection ^^J^exoepted.]
for au Stations OH tba- Road, (SMday? ?TP^
Freight forward*idailyon ^??urah une ol
lng: to points ^Kfir?* *lTen tt
Port Royal Ra"T**,, ^ gaperlntendeit
8.0. BOYLSTON, SK Pt. 9Jxa Ticket Agent.
gUKtum 8alM~>'Sntnrt Wa$$.
By LOWNDES & O KIMBALL,
REFEREES-' SALE. SEDGWICK SI.
MONS. Executor, va. LEWIS SIMONS, et.
al. In tne Common Pleas. .-c
Bj virtue df an oder of sale JD tort owe, ?ma
directed by the Hon. H. F, Graham, Judge.,o? tba
First Circuit, I will oflar*for sale at pnbttosoo
tion, at the PO?tofflcA Charleston, Un XUMD&T,
the 7th day of January. 1373, at li o'clock, A, M.,
All that LOT OF LAND d e ?r.bed In the convsy
ance irom James Topper. Master in Equity; to -
Mrs. Ano Simons, dated Jan nary 17 tn, IMO, as
"All that LOT OP LAND situate, lying and toe?
ing on the wesrsraeTJrtyBch street, between Bun
and Montagne streets in the Oltyof Charleston
and st H te afordfald, and measuring and ooetsla
lng In front, on Lynch street, BLxt,-flre (6?) feet,
and one hundred and Ave (IM) feet lu depth, moro
or less, batting and bounding to the Northen
lands of Al exarrd er D. Es till, East by Lynea street,
and South and West by landa or the said Mn.
Ann Simons.? " . T -'; .??
AU that other VACANT LOT OF LAND adjoin?
ing the above and described in the conveyance
from E lza oe tb Corbett to Mrs. Ana #1 m ons, dated
Jone uth, 1858, as
?.All that LOT OF LAND situate, lyinsr and btv
log In the City or Charleston, on the Northwest
(corner) of Lynch and Montague streets; said Lot
measuring and containing Aft* (60) feet - n Lynch
st, by one hundred and roar (104) feet oa Montagne
street, be the same more or less, and batting and
bounding on the North on lands lately of (he es?
tate nf Harleston. and now of Mrs. Laurens, to
the West on lanls of Mrs. A Simons, to the south
ou Montagne 'street, and to the East on Lynch
Terms-One-third cash; balance in twoeqnsl
annual lnsta'ment?, secured by bond or tyaak pf
the purchaser or purchaser* bearing Interest.at
th? rjte of aeven per cent, per annum, payable
annually. Purchaser to pay Referee Tor papers.
. AND ; ; ?j , .
On THURSDAY, the 9th day of January, 1878, by
virtue of the same order, In thessmeaboyeiiamtd
case, I will offer for sale atthe PostOfflc?,Chattes
ton, st il o'clock, A. M.. all that LOT, PIECE, or
p s RC EL OF LAND, with the dwelling house and
other bn lld Inga thereon, situate, lying and being
in Moa'a ne street, in the City of charleston ana
State aforesaid, raennarlng and containing tn
width irom East to We*r, one hundred ?nd six
(108) feet, more or les?, and in depihfrom North
to ?outh, two hundred (200) feet, more or less,
butting and hounding to the South on Montagu*
street aforesaid, to the North on land formen/ of
Edward w. North, debased, and latelyjyoidjto
Joseph Battenby, to the B. at on land of Mrs. Ana
Simons, decayed, and West on laud now or for?
merly of James Shoolbred. ..... i-?_-iiv
Terms-One-roorth cash: balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bond, of pnMMasr,
be.ring interest at seven per cent per snnsra.
payab e annual y, with mortgagecf the preunsse,
buildings to be insured and -pulley assigned.- Pur
chasertopavBeferesfor pap^BB?f0i^ ,
deele m4 tal_ Kefaree. .
By W. Ti LEITCH & B. S. BB?S8,
ELIZABETH P. FANNING VS FREDE?
RICK FANNI N'G, Christopher F. Hampoon, -
administrator ot Frank Hampton, and the Peo?
ple's National Bank. .
By vin ne of an order OT Court In tbe above.
case, to me directed and dHlvered.wtU be sold on
MONDAY, the et h day ot. January. 1878, In front
of me Courthouse, at ll o'clock A. IL. . ... ^
Alt that LOT OK LiNO. with the Buadtnarand
improvemeuts therron. situated on the sooth side
of ubarlotte -treet, In the City of Cheleston, and,
formerly owned by -- Mssyck; batting and.
bou '.ding north on Charlotte HI reet, eaar ooLand
of W. <>. smith, south,ov-> and west by Lands
belonging to - White. ?-C',??
Terms-Five hundred dol?ais cash: the balance
In four equal annual instalments, imerest paya?
ble semi annually, tobe secured b bond'Of the
purchaser and morr?sge or the premises; the
buildings to be insure! and polioi^assigned. --.
decta m4 0.0. BOWEN, S, 0. C.
SHERIFFS SALE.-HENRY HOFFMAN
VS. J.O. BICKLEY.
By virtue or two several executions against
the property tn the above case, to rae directed
and ?'eltvered. win be sold, oa MOSBAY. me dib
dav of January, 1878, in front of the Courthouse,
^?'S???bHT?TiT.* ANO ISTBBBportht
Defendant, m the above stated cases, la and to
all that Lot of Land, with the bandings thereon,
situate on the northwest corner of Thomas and
Vanderhorat street*, in the City of .OWlesWo,.
measuring on Vanderhorst B^tlM feetjWM ?
or leas, and on Thomas street 188 feet .-more err
less; bound east on Thomas street, north on lana
of J_, eou'h on Vanderhorst street, and west
0Vernl0cash7". 0. .0. BOWES, 8. a 0.
decl6-m4 _? ... - .
SHERIFFS SALE.-EDWARD C JONES
VS. JNO. BUSSELL.
By vlrtae of an execut'on against t^e property
tn tne above eas*, to me directed at a c ?liv erred,
will be sold on MONDAY, tbe 8th day of January,
isis, in front of the Oourtbouse, ac ll o'clock, A.
All the light, title and interest or the defend?
ant, In and to al) that LOr OF LAND, with build
lngs and improvemeuts thereon, situate on the
weet side or King street, four doors below Went?
worth street; bounded Ea t by King street, West
by _, North by store occupied by atoll,
webb A Ca, routh by store no v oconp ea by Cal?
vert, Tovey ? Olen. Terms cash. ??Cj-M_ut
C. C. BOWEN,
deoi6-m4 . _8.0.41.
HE BICE, EXECUTOR OF W}??
. of Jos. C. Weeks, by Jaby Weeks and etb-'
ere.-in the Common Pleas. Orangeburg County.
Under instructions from Jas F. ?z ar, Ksq., the
Referee in this case, I will sell by order or court,,
at the courthouse of Charleston County, on tu
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY. 1878, the follow?
ing ESTATES IN LAND, to Wit: . , .._ .
1. The remaoder expectant upon the d?termi?
nai lon or Mrs. Charlotte 0. Weeks's "domesteed/'
tn one thousand acres, pf Tiverton Lvmntn
charleston County, the same lying wert and
bounded east by the Murray's *WJS&?&?
on the other aide hy ..sunpeon," "Keithfleld,"
and "Kent." ?
2 The remainder expectant on the determina?
tion of Mrs. 0. c. Weaks's esta te or dower, In two
hundred and ninety-two and three-fourths seres
of Tiverton Lawn, lying earl and bounded wast
by the Murray's Ferry road, and on tte omer,
side by the rest or Tiverton Lawn and "Broad
t,The ftelntherema'nlng ive hundred and
slxan.i a fourth acres of Tiverton Lawn, edit or
Murray's Kerry road.
Terms-Cash for all or half, at purchase'op?
tion; ir nair credit, tobe paid tn one y^. wita
Interest from date, and seeored hy bona ano
mortgage, to the Kele : eo ; purohasers paying for
papers and recording. _.,"., ._ _. _ - ,
deol8-m4 0. 0. BOWEN, 8. 0. a
PHOSPHATE LANDS FOR SALE. . ,,
By virtue or a decreetal order pr theOonrt.of,
Common Pleas tor CoUeton Odanty, I wnisenat
public outcry, before the Courthouse at Watter-,
boro?, a. C., on MONDAY, the ?tit day of JMUITJ
"MM ACRES OF LARD, situateontheMis?
RWer, in toUeton County, conalsting of^flve de?
ferent Tracts of Land,. ancl tobe sold by wwtt?
belonging to the estates of Lewis ow?jsaa
Charles Brown. A plat of thc whole will be ex
hlblted on da/ or sala. . ?at.
Terms made known on day of ?^"fjT0^
era to pa> for pipers. A F. O'BBYAN^
deois-mtne _ Exor
RECEIVER'S SALE.-JOHN JONES
and Henry A Smith, va. John R. DioWn
son and E. A. Dickinson-In Common Pleas,
Beaufort County. . ? ^1 - Ju'
Under and by direction of the decree of Judge
Maher In the above case I will sell on.FRIgAT.,
the 20th dav of December next, at tbe^ooera
Steam saw Mill, near the resldeuceof ;W?uam?..
colcock, Esq., ahont tour miles from Ooosaw
hatchle. S. and C. Railroad,__
One'lor* torse Power STEAM ENGINE.
One Grist M UL
one shin gl e Machine.
One Planing Machine.
. One Turning Lathe.
One Donkey Steam Pump.
One Dummy EL gi ne.
ene Mill House,
six Frame Houaes,
One lot Plastering Laths. . . Q?*??i?i^
The Wooden Superstructure of a Railroad oree
mA ?'and well selected assortment *
Supplie* constating of Saws, ?^M^tln?,
and otner articles too^erous^en^^
Grahamville, 8. C., November a, 187a.
ncv30-s3 ...... . ?
fcotiimuew' Priiwtt* Bato, *t.
Broker, Ho. ?3 Broad street.
CHARLOTTA STREET LOT OF LAND.
For Bala tbe LOT OF LAND on the south
stde or Charlotte street, between Ellssbeth and
AUjanJer streets, measuring 80 feet front by 240
The LOT OF LAND on west side of Church
street, north of Water street, measuring 76 feet
front by iso reet deep._decS-mth
U jLOUIS D. DeS A USS URE,
Broker, Ito. 33 Broad street.
LARGE WOODEN RESIDENCE LAM
BOLt, street.-For sais, the large Ar?*
s t. .ry WOODEN RESIDENCE, on brick basement,
south aide of Lamooll street, one door east of
L?gare street. The Lot measures 67 feet front by
iso reet deep. decsVanfei
Bj W. T. LEITCH ? B. &BBUNS,
FOR SALE OR BENT, A HANDSOME
RESIDENCE at Summerville with fine Out?
buildings; Lot containing One or more sores er
Land. Distance from swans*! Depot about fl ve?
rn in ates' walk. Residence of the late ?> E. BED,