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. AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Wm. McKay will sell at 7 P. M., at ?
King; street, Japanese goods; also, at hit
at 10 A. M., f*ney pigeons, sundries, ?o
Leiten * Brans will sell at ll o'olool
the Postofflce, real ea tate.
H. H. DeLeon will sell at ll o'cloe
the Poa to Cloe, real estate.
? Steffens, Werner 6 Ducker will se
o'olook, at their store, ohaese, butter, ?
Lauroy, Alexander & Go. wlU sell
o'clock, at their store, hams, strips, ?to.
The range ot the thermometer yest
at the drag store of Mr. Joseph Black rn
the south side of Broad street, was as ii
8 A. M., 41; 10 A. M., 44; 12 M., 51; 2 P.
4 P. M., 52; 6 P. M., 50; 8 P. M., 47.
RELIGIOUS INTELL1 GEN CE
Ch ri ?tm as Servi et?.
' In the various Episcopal Cburche
usual Obrlstmas services will commet
half-past ten o'clock to-morrow mo
The services consist, of special for
prayer, the administration of the conn
sud an appropriate sermon In each cl
Bishop Howe will deliver a sermon
Philips. There will be no services in t
tern cou. The ladles ol the oongregatloi
be busy all to-day In decorating the obi
with flowers and evergreens.
In the Cathedral Chapel High Mass \
celebrated at Ave o'clook A. M., and
Mass attach succeeding half-hour un ti
o'olook. At half-past ten o'clock Poe
High Mass will be celebrated by i
Lynch, who will also preach a sermoi
this hour will be rendered "Wyafle's Ma
Bea" by a choir of thirty voices unde
leadership of Professor Moller. Tespe
lour o'clock iff the afternoon. The altai
be handsomely de o orated, and over loni
dred tapers will be lighted at the early
At 8t Patrick's Church high mass wi
celebrated at mid eight to-night, and a se
preached by the reotor, the Rev. Dr. M
Low mass al T, Band 9 o'olook A. M. to
row; high mass at half-past ten, with a se
by the Ber. Mr. Kedney, recently from Ire
Vespers at four o'olook In the alternoon.
At BL Mary's Church, in Hasel-street,
Will be mass at 6 A.M., 6.30A. M., 7 2
8.30 A. M>, and 9 A. M., and grand high
ae 10.30 A. M. No vespers. Tbe collec
at all the services In this church will b<
the benefit of the pastor.
At BL Joseph's Church, jAnson-street, t
will be low masa at T A. M. High mass a
sermon ai half-past ten o'clock.
: In the ritual of tho Lutheran Chu ret
special service Is provided for Christi
which will be rendered, with a sermon, In
varions Lutheran Churches, at half-past
o'clock in the morolog. The services In
, John's Lutheran Church will be bf a sped
interesting nature. Besides the regular
moo, a sermon particularly adapted to
children will be preached by the pastor, ?
T. W. Doab, at the conclusion of the fora
The enoir have been practicing, and will g
a. vera! chants suitable to the occasion. Th
will likewise be singing by the children, i
s social entertainment especially (or them,
Services of the nsnal nature will also
held In. the various Methodist churches. '
"Presbyterians and Baptists do not cclebi
the day by special worship.
-ll?vetela Service? ThU Afternoon.
The Hannes, or first day of the dedlcatloi
the temple, * notable Jewish festival, beg
- at doak this evening. The festival lasts rei
days,' daring which time the tabernacle
Illuminated every night, and services specie
' adapted to the occasion are held.
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I THE WALTERBORCf TOURNAMENT
The grand tonroament, whloh was annom
ed to tare place at Walterboro' on Chris tn:
day, will come off on the 2?th Instant. Pre)
rations have been made to render lt amt
successful and enjoyable affair; but the o
days postponement was unavoidable.
V i . THE SUMTER EITLE CLUB.
A very pleasant Christmas gathering of t
Sumter Bille Club took place last evento
There was a large attendance. Congratul
tory speeches were delivered by Vlce-Pre
dent Lynah, Warden Baeot, Director Baa
Secretary Bruns and others. The mee Ul
broke up with a parting wish, from each to a
for ?merry Christmas.
FATHER BURKE'S LECTURES.
The able lectores of the Very Be v. T. 1
Burke, in reply to Mr. Fronde, which attraoU
so mach attention In New Tork, and In fat
throughout the entire country, have bee
published In book lorm, the entire proceed
of the sale to be given to the Dominican Coi
vent ol St. Vincent Ferrer, New Tork. Thei
lectores comprise a masterly and erudli
statement of Ireland's case; and are we
worth reading. Mr. John Walsh, the agei
for Charleston, will soon have a supply i
theie books for sale.
BALL OF THE YOUNG AMERICA STE A
FIRE COMB ANY.
A meeting of the committees appointed fa
the varions steam fire companies to co-op?
rate with the Yoong America Steam Fir
Company In the getting up of a grand ball I
aid of that company was held last evening
Nine oom pa??es, besides the Young A mer ICE
were represented. It was determined to giv
the ball In the Academy of Muslo on Januar
8th. The First Artillery Band has consente
to tarnish the muslo for the occasion. A con
mlttee of five persons from each steam com
pany was appointed to sell tickets,* and th
oommlttee which shall sell the largest nam
ber of tickets will be presented with a band
some medal as a testimonial for Its services
At the conclusion ot business a punch wa
A HAUL VRON THE THIEVES.
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Mention was made in TBE Nsws of yester
day that the colored school-house at Mourn
Pleasant was robbed of a large lot of clothing
a few nights previous. Yesterday afternooi
the detectives were informed that a suspi
?tons-looking Individual bad come to the cit]
for the purpose of leaving by the eight P. M
Northeastern tram for Pineville. Awatct
was set, and as the lime for the departure ol
the train drew near, a colored man entered
the depot with his family, and an unusually
large amount of baggage. The man answered
.to the description the detectives had received,
and he was Immediately arrested. He dis?
claimed all knowledge of the robbery, but he
was, nevertheless, conveyed with his family
and trunks to the detective oflloe, where the
latter were opened and lound to contain the
stolen articles. Mis name Is Peter Goodwlne.
On last Saturday night the house ol Mr.
Louis 8ealey, a farmer on the Neck, was en?
tered and robbed of sundry pieces of clothlog
and other articles. Yesterday a colored min
named Cross, whom circumstances pointed
out as the thief, was arrested by the detect?
ives, and mad? to disgorge the stolen goods.
-The Christ o?as borna awake ned the echoes
of the quietest streets yesterday with their
-Attorn ey-General Helton arrived In
Charleston on Sunday, and is staying at the
Hr. Julian A. Selby, the proprietor of the
Columbia Phooiz, paid a flying visit to
-The Wagoner Artillery Club will give a
grand masquerade ball. at the Hibernian Hall,
on the evening of the 22d of January.
-The meeting of Council appointed for this
afternoon, bas been postponed to Thursday
next, in consequence of to-day being Christ?
mas Eve, ?
-The train of the Northeastern Railroad,
due here at 3 P. M. on Sunday, was detained
at Florence, awaiting the arrival there of the
mail train from Wilmington, and did not ar?
rive here until 8 P. M.
-Two KrfClux prisoners, recently sen?
tenced by Judge Bond to imprisonment in the
Albany Penitentiary, arrived In this city on
Saturday afternoon in charge of Deputy
United States Marshals Hubbard and Coates.
-An old rookery in Felix street, near
Morris, occupied by a colored lamlly, waa
partly burned about ioar o'clock yesterday
afternoon. There was no alarm given. The
Are is said to have been caused by crackers.
-A fire broke oat In Houston'? art gallery,
King street, near Liberty, aoout half-past
seven o'clock last evening. A passing police?
man was summoned, who extinguished the
flames with & lew buckets of water. No alarm
-Several gentlemen Interested In the new
German Church on King street have recently
presented the edifice with one thousand dol?
lars of its first mortgage building certificates.
The rector publicly returned the thanks of the
congregation on last Sunday morning for the
-About ten o'clock on Sunday night a bur?
glary was attempted at the Rev. A. Toomer
Porter's residence, Rutledge avenue. An
unknown person made an effort to entera
room on the ground floor. Fortunately the
ladies had not retired lor the night, and fright?
ened him off by their orles for help. Hr. Por?
ter Is at present away from home, and a
knowledge of that fact probably Induced the
-A fine picture of the Right Rev. James H.
Otey, late Bishop of Tennessee, hu been re?
cently presented by Bishop Howe to the Uni?
versity of the South. Bishop Otey, In con?
nection with Bishops Elliott, oi South Caroli?
na, and Polk, of Louisiana, founded the uni?
versity. He was also the Immediate prede?
cessor ot Bishop Quintare!, and died In the
spring of 1863. The picture was painted by
Bogle, an artist well known in Charleston
about twenty years ago. The ploture will re?
main at Bishop Howe's residence for a short
THE BRACE CHURCH EES TIT AL.
The festival In aid of the Grace Church
Sunday-school building fund, whloh took
place yesterday afternoon, was perfectly enc
cesar ul. The hall, at No. 306 King street, In
which lt waa held, was filled with a delighted
chattering throng of little ones from four
o'clock In the afternoon until nine o'clock at
night In tb? centre of the hall was a
large Carin tm as tree loaded with pres?
ents, and Illumined by small lanterns
of various colored lights. About five o'clock,
while the children were gathered In admira?
tion around the tree, a living Santa Clans
descended a narrow stairway In a distant cor?
ner of the room, with a huge pack upon bis
back. The effect upon the assemblage was
I electrical. The younger members broke into
downright flight, and filled th? air with
scream?, while the older ones felt only half |
sure that they were standing still. Con?
fidence was, however, restored by the
beautiful gifts whloh old Banu pulled
out of bis pack and distributed among those
children who had mastered up courage
enough to meet-him face to face. The mo?
ments of general Jubilee occurred, however,
I at the distribution of gifts from the tree. The
! throng around it grew impenetrable,-and lt Is
difficult to Imagine a pleasanter scene than
was presented by the mass of eager upturned
faces. An abundance of refreshments were
served np daring the festival. The result far
exceeded the expectations of the committee,
and the amount realised must have been
large, as the tickets were exhausted a short
time after the doors were opened.
Stafford Johnson, lehman Johnson and John
Brown, colored, stealing a box of eggs from
Davis's wagon yard, King street, turned over
to a trial Justice. James Adams, colored,
drank and trespassing, one dollar. Alexan?
der A Simons, drank and disorderly, two
dollars. Borah Williams and Mary Williams,
colored, disorderly, thirty days each. Wm.
Robinson, colored, stealing cotton ties, ten
days. Casar Summer, oolored, stealing oloth?
ing, thirty days. Martin Beed, drank, one
dollar. John Ladaon, colored, drunk, disor?
derly, and resisting the police, two dollars or
twenty days. Peter Sparks, colored, keeping
a disorderly house and fighting, ono dollar.
Robert Broughton, colored, chimney at No. 81
Tradd street on fire, two dollars. John Carnes,
drank, one dollar. Jacob Brandt, chimney
on fire, two dollars. A hog, a cow, and five
dogs at large, two dollars for the hog, and
one dollar each for the cow and dogs.
United states Commissioner.
Maurice Higgins, oolored, ol Beaufort, was
bound over by Commissioner Porte?os, yes?
terday, for trial at the next term of the United
States Court, on a charge of violating Internal
THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS.
A meeting of the Irish Volunteers was held
at toe Hibernian Hall last evening for the ad op
tlon of a uniform. The uniform submitted by
the committee appointed to devise one, was
unanimously adopted.- It consists of a dark
blue, double breasted frock coat, trim med with
green cord, light blue pants with a black
stripe down the legs, and a black alpine bat
with a green plume, rosette and harp on the
right side. The uniform closely resembles
that of the old Irish Volunteers.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-DBCEMRER 99.
J P Goodrich, Sew Haven; A G Corrie, G D
Nettles, Northeastern Ballroad; A Bren, Savan?
nah; J O McDow, Di T F McDow, camden.
U S Kirk, W H Johnson, Port Royal Railroad ; J
8 McNeil, M mtleth, Ga; Walter McNeill, Law
renee McNeill Sand HUI, S 0; Jos Boliand. South
Carolina; D RRobertson, city; Geo E Prltchett,
Williamsburg. S 0; W A Perkins, H W McCntchen,
Ort m an's, P R R R; Captain Baity, ship Persia;
W G Spiers, St stephen's; CO tom, Bcnnean'a; j
D Robertson, Blufft on; OB Johns, Savannah; F
Galahero, Boll Blver; W R Cooper, Gourde's.
KID GLOVES ! KID GLOTIS l-J. B. Read ?
Co., No. 263 King street, have this morning
opened another complete assortment of Har?
ris's Seamless Kid Gloves; also the "Victo?
ria'' Kid Gloves, two buttons, at $1 75.
HALL OF THE WASHINGTON 1
ST2AM FIRE ENGINI COMPACT, Deo. 28,18T3 I
At a regalar Meeting of tao company, lt waa
Resolten, Tbat thia cpmpany baa. seen with ?
extreme regret the-late-action or the-Board of
Fire mast e ra, tn not nominating to City Connell Ur.
R, if. Alexander as one or the flremasters.
Resolved, That we desire hereby to express onr
bigs appreciation or and entire confidence in Mr.
R. M. Alexander, and should bave been happy to
have had him, aa In day B of yore, one or our best
and most respected flremasters.
Besotted, That the Secretary be instructed to
hand to Mr. Alexander a copy of these resolu?
tions with our best wishes ror his ruture wei
far -, and to publish them lu the dally papers.
CH SCHWING, Secretary.
BUSINESS NOTICES. ? ^
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EXAMINE the Singer. Learn t h e t er ms they (
I sell them on. Send one home for Christmas. _
THERE ABB Weed F. F. Bowing MaohlneB in
this city which are doing all the work re?
quired, from coach trimming and shoe making
to the finest work" wanted in family sewing,"
on the same machines. D. B. Haselton, 307
King street .- '., sj : ; .; decal
CHBISTMAS GIFTS:-The wonderfol- Davis
Vertical Feed Shuttle Bowing Machine, No.
302 King street, Charleston, S. C.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY, different patterns,
of Cups, 8aucera and~ Plates, suitable for
Christmas presents, Just received by. steamer
Champion and lor sale at low prices at Wnfl
CLARKSON ? EXLLBY, agents for the Davie
Vertical Feed Shuttle Bewlng Machine lor
South Carolina and Georgia, have opened
temporarily,at No. 302 King street, where
they respectfully invite ?hose wishing to gee
this new and wonderful improvement in
LADIES' and Children's Furs, In great varie?
ty, at PLENGE'S, NO. 201 King street.
THE DAVIS Vertical Feed Shuttle Sewing
Machine presente a new and beautiful im?
provement In aewing machines. They can be
[ seen at No. 802 King street, Charleston, S. C.
FINE COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, lor Christ?
mas presents, at Hayden's, King street.
AGENTS WANTED for the. Davis Vertical
Feed Shuttle Sewing Machine. CLARKSON &
KELLET, agents for Sooth Carolina and Geor?
gia. Office, Marlon, 8. C., or No. 302 King
street, Charleston; 8. C. j jjjM
PURSES, PORTHONNAIKS-in fine Russia
I leather, at Whllden's. deoTS-7
DRESDEN China Cups and Saucers, at Whll?
den'e. t deol8-7
SCOTCH Wood Vases and Boxes, at Whll?
den'e. ^_ decl8-7
BRONZE FIGURES, Vases, Toilet Sets, Ac, at
Hayden's, King street. decl8-7
WHILDEN has a large stock ol French China
Vases, at low prices. decl8-7
Resau LEATHER GOODS, Baskets, Pocket?
books, Gard Cases, Ac, at Hayden's, King
street _ decl8-7
LEATHER RETICULES, fine and medinm qual?
ities, at Whllden's. decl8-7
A NEW STOCK ol Improved and extra or?
namented Home Shuttle SewiDg Machines
have just been received at the agency for
Christmas Gifts. Nothing more suitable.
VISITING CARDS-Printed In best styles,
Wedding and Bail . Invitations, order of |
Dances, prepared with promptness in latest
fashions, by WALKES, I EVANS ? COGSWELL,
No. 3 Broad street. dec23-2
FINE TOILET SETS and Decorated China
Chamber Bets, at Whllden's. decl8-7
JUST REOBIYED, a fine assortment ol' Chu
dren's Fancy Hats, at PLENGE'S, NO. 201 King
OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS are reminded tba
by sending their orders for "Holiday Presents
to Fogartle's Book Depository," No. 260 King
street, (in the Bend) Cnarleeton, S. C., their
packages will be sent by mall or express,
"iree of extra oharge." Describe yonr wants
and the amount of money to be expended,
and great care will be taken to glvo satisfac?
tion, "Pocket and Family Bibles," "Prayer
and Devotional-Boobs," "Standard Pools, 11
lu at rated, ""Prize Books" and Illuminated Pic?
ture Carda tor Sunday-schools, Juvenile and
Ploture Books, Photograph and Writing Al?
bums, Desks and Writing Cases, and all books
and fancy articles usually found in an exten?
sive book and stationery store, are to be lound
at the Depository, of the mott desirable sty les
and at the lowest prices. decl7-tuthe8
MONOGRAM PAPER AND ENVELOPES.-The
newest and moat beautiful designs, put up in
attractive boxes, just the article for a birth?
day, wedding or Christmas offering, and a
very appropriate parting gift, viz : The Bijou
Initial Paper, with different tints ol paper and
envelopes, ?0 cents;the Wreath French Initial
Paper and Envelopes, with four different col?
ored Monograms, for 60 cents;1the Baronial
Monogram, a beautiful box, containing the
best quality of French Paper and Square En?
velopes, with pen- holder, pena and rubber,
tor $1. Just received at Fogartle's Book De?
pository. ? ., . ? .'. dec21jstu2
SPLE S DID CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.-Gold Peas
PencU Cases, Fancy Boxes and French Note
Paper, at B. K. Neufvllle's, No; 107 East Bay
WRITING DESXS, Work Boxes and Dressing
Cases at Hayden's, King street dec 18-7
FINE CDT GLASSWARE, China Cups and
Saucers at Hayden's, King street decl8-7
CHINA TBA BETS, forty-four and fllty-six
pieces, at Whllden's. decls-7
GIPTB FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, gold Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street
THE MORT useful and beautiful Christmas
present you can present your lady friend with
is an Improved Home Shuttle Sewing Ma?
chine. Be sure and not lorget them.
decH, 10,18, '20,21,23, H
WHO WILL CARE FOR MOTHER NOW Buy
her a Home Shuttle Sewing Machine and abe
will take care of herself.
CDT GLASS DECANTERS, Goblets, Wines, ic,
at Whllden's._ dec!8-7
WHILDEN has a full Block of Porcelain and
White Qranjteware.. ,decl8-7
PLATEDWARE, Jewelry ' and -Silverware, at
CHRISTMAS is coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street
GOLD AND SILVER-HEADED CANES, in great
variety. Just the thing for holiday gifts, at
Allan's, No. 307 King street
FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-At Furchgot,
Benedlot & Co. Furs for ladles, Furs for chil?
dren, Furs for all, at very low figures.
ATTENTION is called to the sale of valuable
Beal Estate by H. H. DeLeon, this day, at ll
o'clock, at the cornerd East Bay and Broad
.stfeipta. :?'f '?'
6iNGSR Machines sold on easy terms.
A VALUABLE MEDICAL TBEATISB.-The edl
I Hon for 1873 of the sterling medical annual
known as Hostettert 'Almanac is now ready,
and may be obtained, free of cost, of druggists
and general country dealers In all parts of the
United States and British America, and, in?
deed, In every civilized portion ol the West
.ern'Hemisphere; ^TJflrAlmanac has beeiHs
.sued r?gularis?t )?e commencement of every
year for about one-fifth Of a century. It com?
bines, with the soundest practical ad vic* for
the preservation and restoration of health, a
large amount of Interesting and amusing light
read! og, and the calendar, astronomical cal?
culations, chronological items, Ac.v are pre?
pared with great care, and will be found en?
tirely accurate. The Issues of Host?tter'a Al?
manac for 1873 wlU'probably . :be the largest
edition of a medical work ever published in'
any country. The proprietors, Messrs. Hos
tetter A Smith, Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a
two-cent stamp, viii forward a copy by mall
to any person who cannot procure -one in bia
.neighborhood. *T dec24:toths3DAW
Ho, CHARLEY, may I select my Christmas ?
Certainly, my dear. Then I'm off lo Ashton's
for one of these Ivory Hair Brushes, and see
the Thimbles I'll bring home.
CALL AT Singer Sewing Machine office and
leam the terms they sell their machine on.
g FINNAN BADDIES at WUson's. deo23-2
FOR AN elegant and stylish Hat, go to
PLENOE'S, NO. 20H King street. decl9-6
CHRISTMAS GUTS.-Ornamental and useful.
A box of French Paper Envelopes.
A gold Pen, Pen and Pencil Cases.
A box ot Piries Paper and Envelopes.
A carved Card Receiver.
An elegant bronze Inkstand.
A set of Chessmen.
A box of Paper, "Jardin de Fleura."
A Backgammon Board.
A Library Inkstand.
Au elegant paok of Playing Cards.
A beautiful Russia Pocketbook.
A ladles Charm Pencil.
Either or ail of the above
At No. 3 Broad street,
dec23-2 WALKER, EVANS A Cooa WELL.
THE TE RMS of Singer Sewing Machine Com?
pany are so liberal tbat no one need be with?
out a sewing mach ?ne.
NEW TOBE TOREETS VOE SALE at No. 9
Market street. TEBBT 4 NOLIN.
IN P CRC BASIN o a Sewing Machine it ls
always safest to trust known dealers, who
will be here when wanted. Never trust to
those who warrant for five years, as they do
not expect to be where you can reach them a
quarter of that time. dec21
SINGER Machines sold lor cash, with dis?
count Off._: j '
WE HAVE Ladles' and Gentlemen's fine Gold
Chains, at $15 eacb. M. 4 A. ASHTON. dec2i
HAKE NO rash purchases. The James Adger
contains for UB a floe supply of choice goods
for presents. We shall open immediately on
arrival. M. ? A. ASHTON. dec21
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGE?,
Velocipedes, Roccklng-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, 4c, Just received at Von San ten's
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
RIBBONS FOR HOLIDAYS.-Fine, all colors,
S ish Ribbon, six Inch, only $1; fine Watered,
seven inoh Sash Ribbon, $1 60. Great variety
In Narrow Ribbons at greatly reduced prices.
Full assoriment ol Kid Gloves; one button, fl;
two buttons, $1 26. FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT
THE WEED F. F. Sewing Machine has never
been beaten In a fair test, and has always
taken the highest position as a simple, dura?
ble and reliable machine. D. B. Haselton, 307
King street. dec21
A SUITABLE PBKBENT.-Havana Cigars, va?
rious qualities, at Wilson's dec23-2
FANGT GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-French
and German Fancy Boxes, Glove and Hand?
kerchief Fancy Boxes, Sets of four, five and
six Boxes, Ladies' Scarfs, Handkerchiefs and
Ties, Ladles' Fancy Fl sch us, Lace Collerettes,
Sets and Handkerchiefs, Ac, Ac, Ac, now
opening at J. B. Read A Co. decll-wtm
WHAT MORE acceptable present eau be made
than one whlob will enlighten the recipient ?
Ooe of Gulilemln's beautiful Gas Stands, with
Decorated Porcelain Ehade, will effectually
do this. No. 21 Cumberland street
TALK OF Sliver Weddings 1 Here ls a Silver
Christmas lor all-to each of our customers
who purchase to the amount ol $6, we will
give a silver thimble, of the value of 60 cents;
lt can be exobaoged, if desired, for any other
article. M. A A. ASHTON. dec21
INSTALMENTS I Instalments I Instalments 1
What are all the instalments about ? Singer
Sewing machines. ' ' -
PEAT BE patient; the James Adger brings us
a fresh arrival of India Rubber Sets, and the
Express of this day a large supply of oholce
new Tuok Combs and Head Ornaments. M. A
A. ASHTON. dec21
CONSULT WILSON ll you are in doubt about
a present. dec23-2
THE SWEETEST present ls abo tile of Lubln's
Genuine Extract. These and other choice
periumeB at M. A A. ASHTON. dec21
A GOLD Sewing Machine can be obtained for
$5, at M. ? A. ASHTON, and those In Silver are
proportionately lower. dec2l
ALL THE $25 Gold Watches are disposed ol.
We have *btill a choice assortment from $30,
and Silver ones from $12- all warranted. M.
& A. ASHTON. dec21
WILL BE SOLD THIS WBKK at private sale, In
quantitlea to suit purchasers, by Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth aireet, a large and well
assorted stock of Si ap le and Fancy Dry
Good?, Perfumeries, China Ware, Toys and
Notions, Bultable for. the Holidays or Christ?
mas presents. Ladles are" particularly invit?
ed to examine our stock of Fancy Goods.
Goods are ordered to be Bold by parties ship?
ping regardless ol' price. Call and see for
KID GLOVES, of beat quality, (Alexandre's
Grande Duchesse,) have been reduced to
$1 25 at Ufferbardt'B. Also, the lateBt In Lace
Collars, and in all Dress Goods, ls put down
in price. Fine Broch? Shawls are being offer?
ed very cheap, and a beautifnl Black Silk Vel?
vet for Cloaks at $12 60, worth $20. French
Black Silks and German Cloths and Caasi
meres, especlallyln black, are selling at 26
per cent, under late prices. Please do not
forget the corner of Klug and Market streets
NORTH WEYMOUTH Airo B08TON-Per echt B F
Loveu-S7*torifl phos phate rock, 108 bales cpland
I cotton. I s . 9)65
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Onward-8 quarter
casks wine, Gourdin, Hattblessen 4 co; 4 cases
wine, l tierce earthenware, 1 trunk personal ef?
fects, to order; so crates earthenware,"to Order;
l cask hardware 80 anvils, 8 casks and 4 cases
hardware, a cases and l cask hardware, l cask
hardware, lo casks hurd ware, to J E Adger ? co;
37 casks hardware, to Hart ? co; 1 cask earthen?
ware, to Peter Wright & son, 2 Heroes and l cask
jlassware, to Gibbes Sc co; 6 bags nails, to Hart A
co; 2 casks and 2 caaes hollowware, 2 caf es hoi
loware, to Order; 13 cases and 4 tales mdse, to
Order; 4460 sacks salt, to order; 32 crates earthen?
ware, to.W L Webb; 6 casks hardware, Shags
nails, i trundle hardware, 7 casks chains, to S B
Marshall & co._
Th? Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
Omen; CHARLESTON NEWS, l
MONDAY EV?NIHG, December 28,1872.]
COTTON.-The marl .et showed a moderately fair
I demand, preserving >a steady -and .uncir?nged
character. Salea new 1000bales, say lo at lex, 8
at lex, a^at^,' IT, at l7X?28at jj*," 34-at 17X,
BO at 17Ji, 127 at 18, ?6 "at 18^ 120 at 18,*, 25 ac
! 18X.S7 at w?, & at l ?V, ?at 19. no at 19 v. 18 at
lox, ios at io?, a nt lev, 6 at20c ? m. We
Lrvsapoo : CLASSIFICATION.
. interior.....".ie ?17V
Ordinary to good ordinary.17X?18X
"Low. middling- .18V018X
Strlot middling........ .iov@
RIOB.-There was a moderate demand for this
J grain at steady prises. Sales iso tierces clean.
Carolina; say 20 tlercea at 7, it at TX, 8? at 7Xc, ?
2fi on private terms. We quote common te fslr at
?X06X. good 707X2; common prime i% c.
NAVAL STORIS.-T ie receipts were 40 bbls spl-l
( rite, turpentine and 160 bbls rosin. There ware !
' no tra ni ac tl ona announced, - ? <c}
FREIGHTS,-To Liv erpool, by steam, di rect,
on uplands,-on sea islands; via New Tork,
Xd on uplands, - on sea islands; by
sall Xd on uplands, and Xd on sea islands. To
Havre, lo on nplands.. Coastwise-to New.
Tork, by steam, Vc on nplands and - on sea
islands; $2 fi tier? on rice; soc f bbl on rosin ;
by sail,-o f hi sn cotton; -cf tierce on
rice;60o f bbl on rosin; $11012 f ll on lumber;
$12912 60 f M on timber. To Bost .n, by steam
Xe on uplands and $2 60 f tierce on rice; by sall,
?c H ft on uplands; rosin 70c; resewed stun
$i2@i2 (0; timber $13@13 60; phosphate $606 60.
I To Providence, by sall $10011 * M on boards;
c ? rs on cotton; by steam Xo via New Tork.
To Philadelphia, by steam vc on uplands; $1 76
.1 cask on rice; 8O0 fi bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New Ea ?ian J cities are regularly
issued on this route, ?nd dispatch guaranteed.
I By sall, $ 8 f M on boar ls ; $ 12 on timber; |- f.
[ ton on clay ; $3 SO on p ftosphatee. To Baltimore,
by steam ti?fl f BJ: by sall $808 60fi lion
boards;-on Umbel.1; $8 60 f ton at city; $40
4 60 f ton np river on phosphate reek. Vessels
are in demand hy om moren ants to take lumber
frelgl U ft oin Georgetown. S. C.. D arlen and S a til-.
la River, Ga., and J act .gonville, Fla., to Northern .
j ports, and $10012 V M are the rates on timber
EXCEANGB.-Sterling 00 day bills 20%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York at X@X per cent on,
and sell at par.
market? by Telegrapn.
MONET MARKXT8. j
* X LONDON, December 23.
Noon.-Conaola 01 v< -0U<.. Mew fives 89 x.
tr-' ' .FRANKFORT, December 28.
Noon.-Bonds 85X. '
PASTS, December 28.
Noon.-Bentes 6iif 4ic
-Btw YORK, December 23.
Noon.-Freights quit t. stocks very strong. Gold
steady at 11V- Bonny firm at 7. Exchange
lons ev ! short ic v. Governments dall but steady.
State bonds dull but steady.
Evening.-Freights irteady. Honey firm; closed
at abo'.': 7. Commissions sterling Armer; prime
bankers' OX. Commercial bills scarce. Gold un?
changed. Govern menta dull. States neglected.
LIVERPOOL, December 23.
Noon.-Cotton opened easier.
La< er.-Cotton quiet and steady; uplands KXa
loj?d, Orleans lOXialovd; sales 12,000 bales; ex?
port and speculation 3000.
Evening.-Cotton dosed unchanged.
Nsw YOBX. December 23.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 2788 bales; uplands
20vc, Orleans 20X3.
Evening.-Cotton dull; sales 4468 balea; mid?
dlings ie Vc; Orleans i?vc; net receipts 116 bales,
groBS 8148; eales ol futures 18,700; December 19Va
io?, January ISXalo 9-16, February lsxaiox,
March 20B201-16, iipril 206<lSa20v. May 20 n-iea
*c v, June 21c.
BOSTON, December 23.
Cotton strong; middlings 20 vc ; net receipts 168
bales; gross 864; sales 600; stock 6000.
BALTIMORE December 23:
Cotton Arm: mlddllogs l9Xc; net receipts 61
bales; groas 288; exports coastwise 87; sales 260;
NORFOLK, December 28.
Cotton firm; low middlings i8Xc; net receipts
1922 bales; exports coastwise 4207; Bales soo;
WILMINGTON, December 23.
Cotton quiet; net receipts 166 balea; salea 107;
SAVANNAH, December 28.
Cotton quiet anil firm; net receipts 4489 bales;
exports coaetwlej 8911; sales 2242; stock 86,628
AUGUSTA. December 21.
Cotton In good demand; middlings 18vc; re?
ceipts 1606 bales; sales 7116.
MoBiLB, December 28.
Cotton firm; good ordinary l7Xc: net receipts
1*87 bales; experts coastwise 2960; sales soo;
NEW ORLEANS, December 28. -
Cotton in moderate demand; good ordinary
18c; low middlings 18X; middling* 10X; net re?
ceipts 3280 ba es; gross 7162; exports, to Great
Britain 0124; continent 6090; coastwise 2421; sales
1200: last evenlna 4200: stook 158 372.:
Cotton quiet; not receipts, 70S bales; exporta, to
Great Britain 459t ; coastwise 623; eales 600; stock
PROVISION ! AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, December S3,
Noon.-Breadstuffs fi'm. Bed winter wheat
Hs Sdalls iou Cern 28s Od. Beef, new, 078. Pork,
new, ess. Cu mb >rlaud cut 87s.
Nsw YORK, December 28.
Noon.-Flour aieady. Wheat quiet. Corn un?
changed. Pors. d ul ; mess $18 26al4. Lard quiet;
steam 7VB7XC Turpentine steady at eovaaoc
Bortn uuohanzecv at $3 86. '
Evening-Floer lo moderate demand and
steady.- Whisker m< re active at 96ac Wheat 1
a Sc better, and very quiet ' Corn quiet and firm.
Rice quiet at SalOC. Purk steady, i.ard firmer
at 7 V to 8v. Narai stores and tallow steady.
CINCINNATI, December 28.
Flour In fslr domand and firm. Corn stsady.
Provisions quiet lind firm. "Pork nominally $1176
all 60. Lard, steidy ; steam 7 M8a8c, kettle 7 va
"Vc. Bacon lu fair demand but unchanged.
Whiskey steady at 88c.
Sr. Louis, December 23.
Flour quiet and unobangsd. Corn firm and
oflertsgs light Whiskey firm Pork dull and
lower; small iou $1176. Lard doll and lower;
prime steam 6vc.
New Tork Rice Market
Nxw YORK, December 21.
The Dally Balle ;ln says: The market ls quiet
and steady, sal s 160 bags Bangoon at 7a7Xo,
and 40 tierces Carolina at 7 vase.
New Yorlr. Naval Store? Market.
NEW YORK, December 21.
The Dally Bulletin says : Receipts to day 1730
bbls rosin, and soo do spirits turpentine, spirits
turpentine has ruled rather quiet to-day, and
there appears s disposition to bear the market
on the part of tome dealers. We note a rale
of loo bbla at eo&c, and 20 bois at 00 vc. Stral ed
ro?ln ls quiet but steady at $3 76o8 80; eales
26 bbls at $3 80, 76 bblB at $3 7s, and 800 small
bblB at $3 90. Later lu the day we hear
of 800 bbls No. 1 and pale at $4 soa
4 60. The finer grades or rosin have
ruled very quoit for somo time past,
and lots could only be sold at prices but a
trifle above those of strained. In this way sales
within a short tune have been male of No 1 rosin
at $3 96a4; but holders generally withdrew their
offerings, and dally quotations became almost
wholiv nominal. To day there has been a larne
movement in fin o grades, and prices have stif?
fened fullv 2fia60'? per bbl, aa will be seen by our
revised figures below: Sales include 160 bbls
good No 1 at $4 io, 60 bbla low No 2 at $3 80. a d
ooo or SOCO bbls line grader, up to pale, at
$4 50a4 75. Tar remains qalet, bnt ab mt steady.
Pitch moderately active, In a jobbing way, at quo?
RINGS' MOUNTAIN MILITAEY
YORKVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.
The First Session of the School year, 1873, will
begin February let, and end June soth.
Terms for School expenses, 1. e., board, tuition,
fuel, lights, walbing, stationery, ? c., $136 per
session, pavabio in advance. For Circulars,
address COLONEL A. COWARD,
SDrS ?O0??f mt.
, !!-<?euJ ...> .j .. . i? .?.:,-_ '<U?3
REDUCED .? ' ? ^~
.' . :/ ' ?.?.. . . ..'<..--?* ?-. u ?:?L- . . t? i a i ttt->V?.
'? ' ' ? - ? '. '.> ?-[ ' -i . -o ?Vf.?, ^y-; ??.^li
-.i : li.xk'l?liia'o?r
GREAT BARGAINS IN FANCY GOODS:
.... . '.j. . r. *-? . -r:-'.;;Y :tri^ air.T
--Q ... r
DRESS GOODS LOWER THAN EVER,
. .. , . r . -T. Jnt'i'&h'ti?* j
AT FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT & CO.'S . :
AT FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT & CO.'S
AT FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT L CO 'S VI
PTO. 375 KING STREET.
SHAWLS ( Black Cashmere, Ottoman Striped, Reversible Broche ) SHAWLS
SHAWLS < Black Cashmere, Ottoman Striped, Beveralble Broche ? V 8HAWIJB
SHAWL'S ( Black Cashmere, Ottoman Striped, Reversible Broche } SHAWLS
BLACK ALPACAS, at rediced prices. ; ''. >??
BLACK ALPACAS, at reduced prices. \? "A.~fj,
BLACK ALPACAS, at reduced prices. - ?. I ' .
DBBSS GOODS Reduced; SHOT POPLINS, at 30 cents per. jard.
DRESS GOODS Beduced-r SHOT POPLINS, at 30 cents . per 7*6.
DRESS GOODS Reduced; SHOT POPLINS, at 30 cents per jard.
SH [STINGS, Superior Quality, at 13| oents. . * '
SHIRTINGS, Superior Quality, at 13} oents. -$
SHIRTINGS, Superior Quality, at 131 cents.
KID GLOVES, new dark s'-ades, at tl; OPBSA Doable Button KID, at $1 25 per pair. ]
KID GLOVES, new dark shades, at $1; OfEfiA Double Button KU), at $1 35.par pair, j
KID GLOVES, new dark shades, at ll; OPBBA Double Button KID, at ll ?5 per pair. '
.: 1 - ?' i
BLACK DBBSS SILKS, at $1 35 and upwards. .
COLORED SILKS, Superior, at $3. '???7' 1
VELOURS and SATINS, JAPANESE ROBES. !
1,000 dozen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5 cents and upwards; HEMSTITCHED, ali linea, at lift
1,000 dozen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5 cents and upwards; HEMSTITCHED,'ali linen, at 13jc -
1,000 dozen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5 cents and upwards; HEMBTITCHED, til linen, at I3je
GREAT BARGAINS In HOSIERY.
GREAT BARGAINS In LADIES' VESTS.' ' , gj^g^r?
GREAT BABGAINS In GENTS' VESTS. . ]
LUCCA SCARFS, BOWS, TIBS, FANCY BOXES, GREAT VARIETY. , |
CORSETS, CORSETS, CORSETS, See Our 76 and $1 75 CORSETS.
CORSETS, CORSETS, CORSETS, See Oar 76 and ll 75 CORSETS.
BL&NKETS, White, 1^, Superior Quality, at 16.
BLANKETS, White, 14, Superior Quality, at 16. .
BLANKETS, White, li, Superior Quality, at 9& ,a. ; . : v ^ 1
. .?. ->? :i . 'ti '.rsi?ir'in !
I M MENS E S T O CK'
. . -. .:; V?:.I ;..f*]iol ?
OF .' . T : -Uri W ? : r
HOLIDAY GOODS AT WHOLESALE, j
IMMENSE STOCK OF PRlNT8 AND SHIRTINGS, AT WHOLESALE. j
IMMEN8E ?TOCK OF FLANNELS AND JEANS. AT WHOLESALE.
AT FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.;S . ; \"A I .
AT FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT *<t OQ.'S ^ *
AT FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO 'S , ?
MERCHANTS and CITY DEALERS are invited to examine oar WHOLESALE DEPART?
MENT, which ls now complete in every class of DRY GOODS. . - <" .
No. 375 KING- STREET.
The fint-olans iron Brig SANTONA, JEU
(capacity 700 bales cotton.) Antonio de SSS.
Cirloo, Master, wlU load for the above port.
for irelght engagements, apply to ?
BOBERT MURE ? 00,
The Al Iron Bark MAGNET, Wm. JBtk
Brown, Maater, will have dtspa-ch for theJafiK
For Weight Engagements apply to
GIBBES A BARNWELL,
dec?s North Atlantic Wharf.
OR NEW YORK.
The Splendid side-wheel Steamship JAMFS-AD
GKK, T. J. Leeswood, Commander, wlU aril from
Adger'a South Wharf, on TUWDAT, the 24tn
loatant. at i o'clock P. M precisely.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
dec24-l JAMES ADOBE * CO.. Agents.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAELT, AND THROUQB
^ T9 _
Pf II LAC KL PHI A, BOSTON,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, J. F. Hay nie,
Commander, will sall for Baltimore, on KATUBDAT,
28th December, at i o'clock P. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tionai lnsnrance, and Consign?es are allowed
ample tune to sample and sell their Goods iron
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
deci4 6_No. a Union Wharves.
Q HAN GE OF SAUJNG DATS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
steamers or the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, root or Canal street.
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the DEE
and 30th or every month, except wheo these dates
rall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with Steam?
ers for South Pacific and Central American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first or every month, except when K rails on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers touch at Havana, bul
go direct rrom New York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharf root o' Canal street, North River, New
Fork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
TUESDAY, TB?RSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamers
DICTATOR and CITY POINT will,
leave Southern Wharf as above.
No extra charge made ror Meals and State?
rooms. , "
For Freight and Pa-sage app*^ & ^
Corner Vanderhorst'aWharr and East^ay.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND FfiBBT 03 MP ANT. . _ " ",
SCHEDULE FOB OHEISTMAS Dltvl^ '
Leave City Tor Mount Pleasant and ? ?
Island at 7. io o'cloog A. M.. and Kt
8 and 6 o'clock P. M.
Leave' Isla d for City at t>\, TM, ll o'clock A
M., 1? and 4M o'clock P. M. .
Leave Mount Pleasant for City at 0, a, MK
o'clock A. M., 2 and ?K o'clock p. M. .
deC24-2_K. PB SUE ROAST. AatnV
j? OB WRIGHT'S BLUF,?,
AND INTE 1MEDI ATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
Tte .steamer MARION, Caa- i
tain W. P. Adair, will receive Prelgnt j.
at Acoommodatlon Wharton Tnnoi
instant, and leave at NIOHT
Freight and wharfage prepaid. ... .
For engagements apply io Canum on board
cr to RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO~
dec23-2 NO. SO^Mt Bay..
HANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR GEORGETOWN. 8.0.. TOUCHING AT SOUTH I
ISLAND, WAVERLY, KEITHF1ELD
AND WEYMOUTH MILLS. 1
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF. A
On and arter 1st December, tba - .?a-?L
steamer EMILIE, Cap:ala C. ?.?a??aK
White, will leave Charleston aa above e7ory au?
OAT and WSONBDAT Nie ara. at 9 o'clock. And
retaining, leave Georgetown every Tamur sad
FRIDAY M O RH O?OS, ats o'clock.
Freight received every SATUASAT and WHDNSB
All Freight and wharfage most be prepaid. '
No Freight received after sunset. ?
Duplicate receipts required with all shipment*.
For Freight or Passage apply os board or to
SHACKJELFORD A ?EiiLY, Agenta,
North Atlantic Wnarf.
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, 8. a
oot7-tnthi8moa_,. ,...?.. .,
U O fi F L 0 El DA,
TIA SAVANNAH. . 1
The Splendid side-wheel Steamers,
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coxetter, j?
OITY POINT, Captain Flttgerald, -
charles ton every TDWSDAT, TBoaaDAT and sux
DAT Eva*INO. at s o'clock precisely, for
GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
? ST. ATOPBWW^'
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Connecting at Palatfca with steamers for
the OciawTha River and irtth the S teamer STAR?
LIGHT for Enterprise, MeUonvUle, andan points
on the Upper St John's aml ^UnWvOT.
These One Steamers, built In New Ycr^espe
?BLE! MEANSOF BKaCHfflG FLORIDA. They
frovide a Rret-oiata table, we? iurmei^m.
Portable staterooms, and, maka NO^KXTIU.
CHARGE FOR M8ALS AND 8TATKROOMB.
They land almost at the ^oow of to pmclpal
Hotels of all above PO^?"^?^ B^n?S?
tourist the dangers and discomforts of tteuueus
c c?nMct at Fernandina wit*J^**T*
for all points In the Interior, andjrlth RaUroad
for New Orleans and Havana, via Oedar Rays.
Corner Vanderhont's Wharf and Bast Bay.
PHOSPHATE LANDS FOB SALK.
By virtue of a decree tal order of thepeart ox
CommonPkaa for CoUeton County, I wlRwllat
nobile outcry, befare the Courthouse at walter
Doro', s?a, on MONDAY, tba ?th day of January
"aub ACRES OF LAND. Mtuate on the RUSW
River, in rolleton Oounty, consMUng of flTO dlf?
ferent Tracts of Land, and ***2*S&JP5?i
oelontlng to the estates > f Lewis O'Bryan and
Charles brown: A plat of tte whole will be ex?
hibited on day of aale. -ja .
Term? made known on day of sals. Percha*
e rs to pay for papers. A. p. O'ER YAN,