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?OOtO, 01)0*8, Ut.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ELI AS & BROS.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DB?LEBS
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
368 KING STREET,
LGORNER OP GEORGE STREET,
Respectfully solicit the continuance of
the patronage BO llberallv bestowed on
tbem by the citizens of cn aries ton and
One of the Arm baa jost returned from
the Nor cn, and purchased In Boston jost
before the large Are there; all or which we
offer to the Wholesale Ruyers at great ad
vantages and guaran tte them a saving of
at least io to 16 per cent.
We are offering all of our purchases now
at ?eas than former prices, and regardless
to the advance of prices now.
To our Retail Customers we would say
that aa heretofore we shall do oar beBt to
please them by ponto attention and cour?
No trouble to ahow goods. Wo keep
only a good quality of Boots and Shoes,
and prices that defy competition.
Onr motto ls, LARGE SALES AND
AS A SPECIALTY !
To Mothers we wonld say that we con?
tinua to keep a large stock of that celebra?
ted SILVER TIPPED SHOE, of Philadel?
Constantly on hand and receiving by
every steamer from Philadelphia a fine
?3d well seleoted stock o? Hand-sewed
Rodts and Shoes, for Ladles, Genta, Ml-ses
and Children, of the best Philadelphia
manufacture, all of which we guarantee
to give satisfaction, and would respectful?
ly solicit a call at
ELIAS & BEOS.,
No. 368 KING- STREET,
CORNER OF GEORGE STREET.
J. FTNNLBY, CHARLES NEWHOUSE. R. H
MU OK EN FU ss, win be pleased to walt on their
IDatrbc?. JetDciTD. Ut
THOMAS & LANMAU,
NO. 989 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
THEY ABE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AS HAS
EVER BEEN PBESENTED TO THE CHARLES?
NO. 289 KING STREET.
" coiafrRY ORDERS promptly filled, and satds
aotlon guaranteed. novie-stuthSmos
SILVERWARE ! WATCHES !
F. KOLDEWET respectfully calls the attention
cf bis customers and the public to his now very
full and choice assortment of STERLING SI LVER
WARB, GOLD WATCHES AND SOLID JEWELRY
To a beautiful piece or art, a MECHANICAL
CLOCK WITH A MOV?NO FAKM 80ENE, which
w1U .be raffled shor.ly, and for which chances
may still be bad.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS are repaired as usual
In the very best manner, at reasonable prices,
and tbs work WARRANTED.
- F. KOLDEWET. No. 803 King street,
Third door above Wentworth street.
decio-tutDB7 East side.
JDrngf ano Mzoitirua.
This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercury, or any tn
anons mineral substance, but ls
For forty years lt bas proved its great value m
sil diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands or the good and great in all parts of
the country vouch for its wooderful and peculiar
power in purifying the Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and imparting new lire
and vigor to the whole system, SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR is acknowledged to have
no equal as a
LIVER MEDICINE. *
It con talas four medical elements, never united
tn the same happy proportion in any other pre?
paration, vis: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonio, an on exceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective or all impurities or the body.
Boob signal success has attended its ase that lt ls
now regarded as thary^.
GREAT DJH^gftNG SPECIFIC
for Liver Complalfft'^jHT'the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic. De?
pression of Spirits, Sour stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
. CHILLS AND FEVER,
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H ZEILIN k CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-fl per package; sent by mall postage
paid, $i 25. ?repared ready for use tn bottles
For Bale by P. WTNEMAN & CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
MW Beware or all counterfeits and imita
QUVBB DITSON & CO.
announce that they were happily untouched by
vM recent Great Fire, and are busy, as usual, In
attending to their extensive orders.
They now call attention, also, to their
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
The whole set is one or the most valuable Musi?
cal Libraries that could be devised, as each con?
tains from 200 to 250 pages of the most popular
music of the day.
Price or each book in Boards, $2 60; Cloth, (3;
Fall Gilt, for Presents, $4. The price would be
at retail, for the pieces separately, about $400.
In this form, all the books, including me new
and favorite GemB or Strauss (now haviag a
splendid sale,) may be had for $32 60.
Musical Treasure, Vocal and Instrumental.
Vocal Only :
Silver Cord, Wreath of Gema.
Gems of German Seng, Gems or Sccttltih song.
Gems of Sacred Song, Shower of Pearls,
Duets. Operatic Pearls,
Home circle, vol. 1; Pianist's Album; Home
, Circle, voL 2; Plano Forte Gems,
any of the above Books mailed, po*' -nala, for
the retail price.
OLIVER DITsON 4 CO., I 0. H. DITSON A CO.
Boston, i New York,
mens; : sepf-wiiyr
JBrg (Knobs, Ut.
No. 375 King Street.
We shall offer MONDAT, and every H
day until Christmas, the Finest and
most Extensive Collection of GOODS ?
offered in this City, expressly seleot- ^
ed for the coming HO Li OATS. ?
Fine French Gros Grain BLACK SILK, rrom si 25
Fine French Gros Grain Celored Silks, from
$175 to $2 so
Fine French Silk Sateens
Irish and French Poplins.
Foil Assortment or PLAIDS, Poplins, Alpaca,
from 26 cents up
Pnll Lines of Mourning GooJs.
A NICE PRESENT.
We ara offering for the Holidays
Fine English BRUSSELS at $160, worth tl TS
Fine French Velvet Carpets at $8, worth 14
Fine English-Lo J y Brussels at $2 26, worth $2 76.
Great Reduction has been made tn Ingrain Two
aud Three-Ply Carpets.
Full Assortment of the Celebrated Chellley RID j
GLOVES, each pair guaranteed.
A good One-Button GLOVE, $t
A good Two Button Glove, $125.
NEW FULL LINES OF HOSIERY, HANDKER?
CHIEFS, LACE COLLARS.
Ribbons, Belts, Ooraets, Ladles' Underwear,
Flowers, Feathers, Jet Ornaments, Bows,
Ties, Neck Handkerchiefs.
FINE SELECTION OF
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS.
Offered at greatly reduced prices.
For Gents' wear we offer Bargains in Fine
French and German CLOTH'', Cassim eres, Doe
iklns, ?c. Best selection in the city.
BLANKETS, JOannels, reduced in price.
Full Assortment or Linen and Domestic Goods. (
FURS, in large yariety.
Our Wholesale Department consists of the best
election of Domestic Goods, Farmers' Supplies, .
?ancy Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ac, Ac
Ireat Bargains are offered In a'l or onr Depart?
?OTT. BE? & CO. 1
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
246 AND 248 KING ST.,
Ictween Hasel anti Market Streets,
leg leave respectfully to announce that having
mnexed the building No. 216 King street to their
)ld Stand, they can, with the increased facilities
hey now enjoy, offer to their Customers and
be Public generally GOODS In their line with
:orrespondlog advantages to buyers.
OUR STOCK OF
rWRY GOODS, j
vhlch will be at all times found complete, con
31F ts or :
DRESS GOODS, SILKS
VELVET RIBBONS J
i ASH AND TRIMMING RIBBONS
And a Complete stock of
.1 NEN TABLING St TOWELS, .
NAPKINS, DOYLIE8, ?fcc
Particular attention ls requested to oar foll
.nea of Ladies'
?ILK SCARFS AND FICHUS,
- in all Colors, Shades and Styles,
intention ls also directed to our large Unes of
Suitable for Presents.
A call ls respectfully requested.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
decl614- No. ?48 KOO STREIKT.
ironcTj (S&oobs, Notion?, Ut.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY & WHITE GOODS,
No* 37 HAYNES STREBT,
Desire to call the attention of Merchants visit
og the city at this time to their very ATTHACT
VE STOCK of
AND OTHER GOOD3 SUITABLE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Their usual stock ls also very FULL AND DE
ilKABLE IN EVBRY DEPARTMENT. They
ollclt 1 rom their customers and the Trade gen.
rally the favor of an early eau. deciMo
.Saikmttg, CloHjing, Sf t.
NEW GOODS !
MENKE & MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING} GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM W ORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
14 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Clot tiing ano 1 nrmstnng ?ceo*.
J. H. LAWTON,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Corner of King ?nd Market 8 tree t ?,
OF THE CELEBRATED
?MER SEWING MACHINES.
181,260 SOLD IN 1871.
.2,7? HOBE THAN ANV OTHER CO
NO? 186 KING STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0i)irts ano ir ar ni?t} m g ?ooo e.
LATEST STYLES I
COMFORTABLE FIT I
LOWEST PRICES 11
B 8 ft S SSS B SCOTTS SS.SSSSSS
8 8TAK HBTBTS AND COLLARS. 8
S Ready-made and made S
8 to Order. 8
8 _ 8
s - a
8 MEN'S SS
s8 FDRNISHINQ sa
'SS S S S S S S GOODS. 888SSS88
AT THE GBEAT SHIRT EMPORIUM
UOOK FOR THE STAR SION,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
Staines, inacljitwrtj, Ut.
SMITH & VAJL?K,:.
MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS,
SHOPS EAST END HASEL STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES,
HENEREY'S IMPROVED Mc o ARTH Y GINS, with or without his Attachai eat for Feeding,
CORN ANO SUGAR MILLS,
AND MACHINERY CF EVERY DFSCRIPTTON,
Having purchased all the Patterns of the late WILLIAM S. HENEREY, wa are prepared to receive
orders for all Machinery formerly made by bim. decfi-thstalmo
^arowatt, Slgricnlmral implement*, Ut.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, wita Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould
price $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERT & SONS, as well as
ALSO A PULL, LINTS: OF
F AIRBANK'S SO^LE?
BURDICK'S HAY AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Receipt of a ls ll line of
BEST FISH LINES
HQ Jk. R T Sc O O .,
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kine? and Market.
octl-tathsnao CHABLE8TOW, 8. C. _
SALES ROOMS BEAU.-AIN STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KING.
Jost received a select lot of sew PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and for sale low ror caen,
or to rent conditionally, the tent spiled as pur?
chase money. An excellent opportunity ls now
offered to purchasers to secure a fine, well-toned
Instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the pur?
On hand and to 1er, Pianofortes at rednced rates.
Musical Instruments and Mu-lcal Merchandise,
together with the latest fashionable Music con?
stantly receiving. Orders for tuning and repair?
ing prorap.lv attended to.
novW-stuthlmo H1SNRY SIEGLING.
PIANOS ANO ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the mest liberal terms.
CHARLES L. MoCLENAHAN,
Plano and Mnsle Store,
sapMmoB No. 101 King street,
?rocen*?, manors* $ft.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENTS FOFf CHARLESTON.
We have appointed MeaBre. H. KLATTE A 00
Sole Agents for Charleston for thia Celebrated
Brand of PURE KENTUCKY WHISKERS, both
BYES and BOURBON. .: "
These Wnlskeys are go aranteed pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, fee from all compound lm
purities, and ti 1st ti iv recommended by eminent
ohemlats for medical use. The Brand la patented
to prevent lnfrlngemen-s. _
BAKEHOUSE BROS. A 00?
we respectfully inform our mends and ctratom
ers that we keep conjtf ,ntly on bond a full supply
of the above already favorably well known Whis
eya. and-offer flame lo the trade at distiller^
arices. H. KLATTE A 00.,
angai-Btnthemo No. 186 East Bay.
jjgggg Sale?-gtjit Jjj?
By LAURE!, ALEXANDER ?tCOT"
FIRE CRACKERS ! FIRE CRACKERS !
THIS DAY, tbe 17th instant, will be sold be?
fore onr store, at 10 o'clock;
IIB hexes A No. l Golden Dragon FIRE CRACK?
ERS, latest importation.
Conditions cash. decl7
By LAUHEY, ALEXANDER & CO.
THIS DAY, THE 17TH INSTANT, WILL
be sold before oar store, at io o'clock,
SOO New York *ogar Cur?d HAMS
10 bbls. New York Pig Shoulders
6oo Choice New l ork ?s. C small Strips
5-0 choice New York S. c. D. S. Bellies
6 bbl-. Choice Soused Pigs Feet
6 boxes Bolognas
soo Low Price* Hams "
40 boxes cheese
49 bbls. Apples
Paokages Mackerel, Herrings, 4c
Conditions cash. declf
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER
TXTILL SELL THIS DAT, BEFORE
X * w '??e!?itorefl' Vendue Bange, at 9 o'clock,
40 tnbs BATTER '
26 barrels Pie Hams and Shoulders
io boxes N. Y. strips
200 boxes Fire Oraokers
200 quarter and half boxes Raisins. deelT
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING. HATS, 4c.
Gn WEDNESDAY, I8M1 instant, I will sell
at my s ore, corner King and Liberty streets,
A long- Hue of Men'a Black FROCK COATS
SACKS and PANTS, Pine Doeskin Pants sud
vesta, Harrison Coats and Pants, Derbys, Pea
Jackets, Fs.ncy Satinet Panto, Bia-k and Gray
overcoats, Corduroy Pants, a large assortment of
cheap Clothi.og, Ladles' Breakrast Shawls, Lend
shawls, Aprons, Scarfs and Nubia?, Soaps, Cra?
vats, Ac, Ac
rp?~en'f,1and.Boy8' Wo01 **lt Hats.
m TemiZ&1 nn.dfcr $10? caaD*- under $200, thirty
flays; $200 and over,, sixty days.* Endorsed
notes, interest added. OTOM.'
By JOHN 6. MI Ls OR & CO.
CLOTH AND VELVET. CLOAKS,
Worsted Hoods, Nubias and Jackets,
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Fara, Dry Goods. Cloth
lng and Hats. THIS DAY, 17th instant, at half
past io o'clc ck, we will sell at onr ?tore, No. 186
Meeting street. Worsted Hoods. Nnblao. Jackets
md Men's scarfs, Merino and Cotton Hose and
Half Hose. Madras and Verona Head and Lawn
Pocket Handkerchiefs. Sere Assorted. Furs, La
lies' B ack cloth and Velvet Cloaks. Also, a gen?
eral assortment of desirable Dry Goods and
Diu thing, stop Goods, io. Also, on account of
til concerned, left over from onr last sale of Huts,
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Fine Felt and Wool.
Black and Colored Hats and Cloth Caps. Condi?
tions cash. deon
&nmim %altB~~?uxnrt (Daps.
By WM. McKlY. ~~~
LARGE AUCTION SALE OF BOOTS
on WEDNESDAY, the 18th Inst., at hair-past io
o'clock, at store iel and 168 Meeting street,
Hunt's, I will sell .,
One hundred and fifty oases MENS', WOMEN'S
md CHILDREN'S HOOTS, Shoes, and Brogans, a
very desirable assortment or fresh goods, to which
[ invite the attention of the Retail Trade.
Terms made known at sale. deol7-2
By W. T. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
RETAIL STOCK OF DRY GOODS OF
Et tate or T. Kelly, by order of the Adminis?
trator, at Auction.
Will be ?old on WFDSESDAY, the mn Instant,
it the Store NO. 269 King street, commencing at
Theen-ire remaining Stock In said store, con?
sisting or ERNTUCK! JEAN*, Delaines, Bine and
Dray Flannels, Shawls, Blanket?, Towelling,
White and Colored Linen, Swiss, Nainsook and
rarleton Malina, t -
Afine assortment of HOSIERY. Gloves, Corsets,
rjudervests. Spool Cotton and SllkB,Ao, Ac.
Terms cash, sale to be continued from ditty
to day until completion. deor3-6
By W. f. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
CHARLES O. WITTE VS. WM. MEAD
and SAMUEL L. MONTAODF.
Pursuant to an order or the Hon. R. F. Graham,
Jndge of the First circuit, dated December 2,
1872. I will offer for sale at Public Anotl?n on
TU KS 11 AY, the 24th day or December instant, at
11 o'clock A. M., at tho corder of Broad street and
East Bay, in the Oliy or Charleston,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buUding there?
on, situate on the south side of Water street, near
Meeting street, In the said city, measuring and
containing In front thirty-three (S3) reet, more or
leos, and in depth eighty-eight (88) feel, roora or
less, decreasing In width from the front 90 as to
contain at thesontbernmcatend therofonly twen?
ty Are and a hair feet, mora or less; beting and ?
bounding to the west, on Land now belonging to
-, to the routh on Land formerly owned by Dr.
Wm. Reid, tu the east on Land formerly owned
by Dr. Wm. Reid, and to the north on Water
Terms-One-half cash, and the balance In one
year, with Interest semi-annually antil the whole
amount ls paid, secured by b nd of purchaser and
mortgage of premises. Porobaser to pay for
papers. JOHN F. KICK K V,
oec3-tn8mtul Special Rt fe ree.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
SGIGLING VS. WRIGHT, ET AL.
Pursuant to an Order of sale in this case, t o
me directed, by the Don. R. F. Graham, Judge of
the First circuit. I will'offer for sale, at Public
Auction, on WEDNESDAY, the first day of Janu?
ary, 1878. at the corner of Broad street, io the Oliy
or Ch ar le-to n, at ll o'clock A, M.,
All that PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAND,
Bltnate on Edlsto Island, in the County or Char le-. -
ton, measuring and containing about 12(0 acres;
butting and bounding to the south on the Edlsto
River, esst on the Atlantic Ocean, north on Lands
of Mrs. James Legare, west on Lands or W. James
Whaler, Con. ta atine Balley and E. M. Raynard.
Terms-rOne-thlrd cash; the residue ona credit
of one and two y ea? B from day of sale, secured
by bonds or the purchaser, bearing interest at the
ra te of seven per cent,, and mortgage of the
property sold. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. WM. J. GAYER,
Doers, Sa s li ? s ano Clines
I'VOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS, NEWELS,
AND ALL KINDS OF FANCY GLASS.
IL ARCE STOCK-LOWEST RATES
ORDER WORK SOLICITED. '
SEND FOR ESTIMATE AND PRICE LISTS.
, KEOGH & THORNE,
U54 AND 256 CANAL STREET,
dec9-lyr New York City.
', Caps, Ut.
a. c. PLENGE;
NO. 201 KINO STREET,
? . .- -, j
Invites the attention of the Public to his 1
FINE STOCK OF
HATS, CAPS AND FURS.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HAT8
201 King Street.
ITAvTNG ADDED TO MY UMBRELLA
The sale of Men's and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
I will keep on hand a Large stock ot
THE LATEST STYLES
Wbloh I will sell at the very lowest prices, for
cash. Before purchasing $6 Cress silk Hats,
examine what I sm selling at $4 60, and extra
line qnallty at $* 60 and f e.
Um o relias or all kinds always on hand, made
to order or repaired at shortest notice, and a
large stock of Walking Canes.
JOHN R. JOHNSON,
No. soi King Street, 4 doors above Wentworth,
jjjggjgg 8fllM~~Jmgt< gogs.
By J/FIIASER Itil?HEWES.
TCT?RNIT?EB OF- A FAMILY DE?
J?1 . GUNING HOUSEKEEPING.
wi i be sold, on. WEDNESDAY, isth December,
at residence southeast corner of Calliotin and st.
Phillip streets, at hair.past 10 o'clock,
Mahogany and walnut DE AW LNG, DIN rs G
BOOM and -'?BAMBER SETS, consisting of Mo?
hair and Green Rep Soras and Chairs, Marble Top
Centre Table, Card Tables, Extension Dining; Ta
ble-j. Sideboards, Cane Seat Chairs, What Nota,
Refrigerator. Ac French, Cottage, and High rotc
Bedsteads, Marble Top Bureaus and Washstands,
Wardrobe, Chairs and Kockers, Hair and Moat
Mattresses, Window shades and Fixtures, and a
lot of Crockery ware, Carpets, Matting, Ac,
Terms Cash. _declM
By H. H. DeLEON.
DWELLING ON MEETING STREET.
I will sell on TEUJ8DAY. December 19, at
cerner Broad street and East Say, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with Two-? ta ry Wood?
en . Dwelling thereon, containing alz rooms, .
piazza, cistern, gas and all necessary ontballd
lngs; situated on west side of Meeting street, two
doors north of John street. Lot 60 feet front and
76 feet deep, more or lesa.
Terms-one-third O?) oath; balance payable In
one and two years by bond and mortgage of
premises, internen at 7 per cent., payable anona!
g. Premises to be Injured and policy assigned.
irct-a erg to pay for papers._declT
By H. H. DeLEON,
mrJEO. H. ABRAHAMS, SURVIVOR,
1 va. Abraham Fait, Administrator, et al
Pursuant to an order of sale In this cue by the
Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the First Circuit, to
me directed, I will oner ror sale at Public Auction,
at the corner of Broad and East Bay streets, tn
the city of charleston, on TUESDAY, the Slat af
being on the west side of Meetus street, Ward
No. 4, in the Cit y of Charleston, County and St-tte
aforesaid, measuring and containing 10 front Ott
Meeting street nineteen i lflj feet, more or le?, on
the nor .u line from east to west ninety-five (06)
feet, men running from that terminus con th to
north twenty-one (2t) feet three (3) monea, and
then on the north line at right angles from this
terminus forty-nine (49) feet, on toe west line
forty (40) Teet turee t.8) inches, and on the son tn
itneons hundred and forty-four (144) feet, bs the
same more or less. Butting and boondine east
on Meeting street, sooth and west on.lands now
or late of James E. Walker, and north on Ianda of
the Estate of Walker and E. Adams.
2. All that certain LOT, PIECE OB PARCEL OF
LAN)*, with the buildings thereon, situate, lying
and being on the west side of Meeting street.
Ward No. 4, lo the City of Charles too, state
aforesaid, measuring and containing in front en
Meeting street twenty-three (38) feet six (fl) inches,
more or less, and in depth from east io weit one
hundred and forty-lour (144) feet, be the same
more or iras; butting and bounding to the'east on
Meeting street, to the west and north on .lands of
the said James E. walter, and to the south on
land of Robert 8. Miller.
3. All that LOT OF LAND, with the buddings
thereon, situate on the east side or state street,
near Market street: In the City of Charleston And
State aforesaid, measuring and containing In
iront, on State street fifte-n (16) feet, and m depth
from west to east ninety (90) feet and six (6)
inches, moro or less; butting and Doonding;.to the
north on lands of Robert Tattle, to the" east on
lands now or late of Mordecai Cohen, to the south
on lands now or late of John Wallis, ?nd to the
weat on State street. .
Terms-One-third cash; residue in two equal
successive annual taitalmenta, with, lotetest
thereon at the rate of seven per cent, per annom,
payable semi-annually, secured by bond or booda
or the purchaser and mortgage of the premises;
bondings to be insured and policy of Insurance
assigned. Purchasers to pay for papers. "
" THOMAS Y. SIMONS,
MACBETH, EXECUTOR, VS* WARING.
Porsnant to an order in this case, to me
directed, by the Hon. R. F- Graham. Judge of the
First Clrcnlt, bearing date the 14th December,
1872, 1 will offer ror sale, at public auction, on
TUESDAY, the 7th of January, 1878, at fie north?
west corner of broad street and East Bay, In the
City of Chat leston, at ll o'clock A. M.,- . . .
AU that PLANTATION, or Tract of Land,
situate, lying and being in St John's Berkeley
Parish, on the head waters of Cooper River, oom
mo-, ly known aa Chelsea, consisting of -.wo tracta
of isnd, chelsea proper and Hepworth, and to?
gether containing fourteen hundred acres, more
or less, bounding to the north, on lands of estate
Of Dr. J. P. Porcher and Dr. Ravenel, aootn em
lands or Dr. Henry Ravenel, and west om landa ol
estate of Dr. J. P. Porcher and Samoel Dabose.
Terms-One-third cash, balance to two. equal
annual instalments, with Interest tnoreen- et the
rate of seven per cent, per epnum, payable an?
nually, secured by bond or the purchaser and
mortgage of the property ?old; the purchaser te
pav ror papers and Stampfl. -
deol7 tu4 . WM. J. GAYER, Referee.
By H. H. DeLEON.
LARGE BRICE HOUSE ON EAST
BAY KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL.
1 will sell, on THURSDAY, December 19,1871, at
the corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
o'cl ok, .
All that LOT OF LAND, with three story Brick
Building tberenn, on wesr. side or East Bey streer,
known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
wirti spore beneath; lol twenty-one fees three
inches (21.3) front on Eau Bay, and on west and
back line seventeen feet six Inches (17.0). on north
line one hundred and sixty-five feet six Inches
(ies.fi), and on south uno one hundred and sixty
feet six loches (160.6), m vre or less. On rear of
building is a large Brick Storehouse, with open?
ing on Be don's Alley, said lo; having the right of
passage through said Bedon's Alley on the sooth.
Terms-One-third (X) cash, balance In ene and
two years, by bond and mortgage of premises
bearing seven per cent. Interest, payable an?
nually; property to be insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers.. dooli
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By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad street* '
ESTATE 8 ALE-RE AL ?STATE,/.. BY
ORDER OF EXECUTORS.-For saieVTme
Two-Story WOODEN RESIDENCE. No. 31 Warren
street, next east oi Ht. Paul's Church, containing
4 rooms, pantry, dressing and garret rooms, * pi?
azzas. Kuchen, with 4 rooms. Lot 60 feet front
by 160 reet deep. .> . .
The Two-Story DWELLING HOUSE, with i
rooms and Kitchen, on weat side of Rutledge
avenue, betw^ en Flshburn and Mount streets.
Lot 86 feet 6 inches by 97 feet 6 inches.
Thf adjoining LOT north of the above, 86 feet
6 inches m front by 97 feet 6 inches deep.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 rooms, on
Carrere's court, running from Cannon street. Lot
86 feet by 60 feet.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 ropma, on
Carrere's court, next to the above. Lot 86 reet by
60 feet. ,'2.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 rooms, pn
Oarere???nrt, ?ext to the above, fcrt ?feet by
Cigars, tobacco, m.
In order to go toto another Business, I wfll
dispose of my.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Goods
must be sold by the last of this month, as I win
have no use for them.
Call at once and make your selections either in
small lots or in bulk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANCY GOODS
MUST BE SOLD.
Emperor William Cf gar fl tor?,
No. 310 KING STREET,
mch7-lyrocaw CHARLESTON, a, o.