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A Seat Song.
Come, make for me a little song
Twas so a spirit said to me -
And make lt Jost four verses long,
And make lt sweet as sweet caa be.
ad maka lt all about tue sea?
j armufcthe wild waste Bhore,
1 .Wke*?^40fl^id long aso with m-J
Ton watchba tbe stiver sails that bore
Tbe great, strong snips acro-B the sea
Tke brae, the bri i ht, the b.andless sea.
Sing me about the plans we planned :
How one of those good ships should be
My way to find some flowery land
Away beyond che myaty sea.
Where, alway, you should uve wita me.
Slog, lastly, how our hearts were caught
Up Into heaven, because that we
Knew not the flowery laud we sought
Lay all beyond that, other sea- .
That soundless, saltless, solemn sra.
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THE NEW ENGLAND DINNER.
Response of Senator Sawyer to the
Principal Toast Of the Evening.
The following ls a verbatim report -of the
speech of.Senator Sawyer at the dlnoer of the
New England Society last Monday evening, In
response to the toast, "The day we celebrate/
which was unavoidably omitted from the ac?
count of the celebration In THU NEWS C f yes?
terday morning, oh account of the pressure df
advertisements and other matters of impor?
Mr. President and. Gentlemen-I regret ex?
tremely that the task of replying to the toast
which has been announced sneuld have fallen
to my lot. I commiserate the gentlemen as?
sembled here that the physical condition of
our honored president ls such that he has
been induced to ask me to All a place the
dulles of which he would have so much bet?
ter performed himself. I must crave your in?
dulgence for tbe Inadequate manner In wbioh
I shall be able to respond to the standard
toast, "The day we celebrate."
Though I have for several years been a mem?
ber ol the New England Society of Charles?
ton, this, I believe, ls the second occasion on
w hie tnt has been my privilege to be present at
Its annual festivities. I say privil?ge, for I
consider lt such to be one ot an assemblage
of men boro In New England, bavlog found
their homes In other climes, who yet turn
their eyes back with fond affection to the
mother that bore them, and are met to com?
memorate not only the virtues wblch charac?
terized those men and women who, on the 22d
day of December, 1620, landed at Plymouth
Book, but those traits of character which have
made their descendants so powerful aud influ?
ential In every community towards which they
have turned their Bteps.
. While I deprecate, and shall always depre?
cate the disposition to attribute to one State
or any group of States all that there ls of good
in our. country, while I recognise in every
State some of those elements whlcb have
made the name of the United States Illustri?
ons throughout the civilised world; while
every impartial observer ls compelled to ad?
mit that the trophies of arms, the triumphs of
art, the achievements of learning, the wis?
dom of statesmanship, which bave illustrated
the annals of our country, have been made up
of contributions lrom the North and tbe
South, the East and the West, I yet hold lt to
be a sacred duty for a son of any State to heep
bright the links of that chain which binds him
to his native soil. Criticisms of the sots ot
the people among whom fae was born may be?
come a duty: out oy a soo not degenerate, that,
critic]sm will be the criticism ot kindred and IJ
friend*, and net ot strangers and ene-1J
mles.--. It may be positive and decid?
ed, bot will be tender. Faults may be
observed, bat they will be held In the shadow
of the virtues upon wblch he loves to dwell.
Recreant, Indeed, to the home of his child?
hood must that man be, who, without pain,
listera to assaults upon the fair fame ot the
people among whom that home existed.
IWtvmmg~ltt~ generous, filial affection mast
he Indeed be, who Jails to take pleasure In
considering tbe virtues whlcb characterize
the people of nla natl ve State; however ready
he may he to acknowledge those possessed by
the people among whom his maturer years
have been spent. No true son o? South Car
ollna,*eeldeDt in another Slate, will- ever
criticise her with the harshness' wblch may
well mark the comments ot strangers. Ne
tru9 son of Massachusetts, however he may
differ with the opinions entertained'by her
people, will forget that she 1B his mother, and
. that he. ls to exercise towards her the for?
bearance and tenderness ot a son. ;
7t ls In this spirit, I trust, the BODS of New
Et glued are gathered here to-night. We are
an, met to discuss political, differences; to
aggravate political bitterness,'but to call to
Bund the virtues of our kindred, renew and
strengthen the ties of sentiment and affection
which bind us' to the okVland in whose bosom
our-ancestors and many of our kindred lie
burled. To ode, wno, Hke myself, has never
ceased to lorre the home of bis youth, who has
never oeased to revere and admire the heroic
men and women who founded the New Eng
' land colonies; who remembered the virtues
wfJcAihAmnerlked toe New England people
during the colonial period; who, In common
with sil the civilized world recognizes the
wisdom, the integrity, the patriotic devotion
Of New England In Revolutionary times; to a
son of New England who reflects upon her
educational, commercial, agricultural and
mechanical triumphs during the last century;
- who knows her efforts In the cause ol science,
art and literature, and their triumphant suc?
cess; to one who believes, In short, that the
contribution ot New England to toe growth ol
civilization tor the last hundred years has
been exceeded by that of no.other equal num?
ber ot people on earth, a meeting ot ber sons
Ina tar distant State to commemorate ber
natal day ls an occasion of no common inter?
Her enemies call her provincial; yet her arts
and her commerce are everywhere. Her mer?
chants and her manufacturers have names
known and honored in all the marts of the
worldp They say she ls narrow and selfish;
yet her men and her capital are constantly
seeking channels tor occupation In every
quarter of the world, and If they bring back
'- benefits to her sons, they also scatter them
.broadcast to others. Her contributions to be
- nerolentand philanthropic enterprises assume
, proportions which dwarf those of peoples
' who are'but too ready to accuse her of sell
: lshnese. They say she ls bigoted and opin?
ionated; yet nowhere In the world 1B thought
freer, discussion more unrestrained, toleration
more complete. They say her people are car
I ried away by every wind of doctrine, and that
their Intellects are tainted with .'isms;" doubt?
less her mental activity is such that almost
?v?ry man thinks for himself rather than sub?
scribe passively to the cree ? o? another; but
- lt Is worthy of remark that her theories have
bad wonderful success in securing adoption,
and indoctrinated to a large extent
those great States of ihe West and the North?
west, whose establishment and growth are
of the wonders of the world. It her people
have been more eager and more successful lo
the acquisition of wealth than the people of
other sections of the country, lt can be truly
said that nowhere is wealth more freely used
to Increase the comforts of home, to minister
to the wants of the oppressed and destitute,
to develop a higher Intellectual and spiritual
lite. If her merchants are shrewd and exact?
ing in making their bargains, they are honor?
able and lust in complying with their condi?
tions. If ber farmers and manufacturers are ,
careful In saving the pence, they are ready to f
spend pounds in works ot philanthropy and 11
benevolence. If at home they cling with
tenacity to their old ideas and their old
fashions, abroad they open their eyes to Bee,
and afsready to adopt new Ideas and new
fashions which approve themselves to their
Judgments. Indeed, in no section of this
country can it be said that a more prompt and
cordial welcome ls given to whatever ls both
new and good. Nowhere ls there a more
ready recognition of merit, whether lt comes
from the East or the West, the North or the
I Sooth. Barren as ls the soil, vigorous as ls
the climate, nowhere are the homes of the
people surrounded by more comforts, abound?
ing In more privil?ges, than the homes of
. New England.
Bar, Mr. President and gentlemen, I cannot
1 be permitted to take time to dilate with a son's
. affliction upon the virtues of the people of my
native land. I have no disposition to darken
the picture by speaking of their shortcomings
New England ls not here; we are here as her
sons and her kindred lo celebrate her praiser,
not her lau]ta. I.trust no true son of New
J$oglai;d, no true son of South Carolina, will
blame me for confining myself to this brief
tribute to the virtues ot ibat portion of our
common country where I was born, and to
whose institutions we all owe so much.
Bespectlng the people ot South Carolina,
loving and devoted to her Interests, desirous
of seeing her great and people her prospeious
and-, nappy, viewing with appreciative and
admiring eyes the Island gems that skirt ber
coast, her broad savannas, her fertile fields,
ber mountain beamy aod her genial clime.
2 cannot yet forget, Mr. President, that I first
loved the snow capped mountains, the glens,
dales and foresto, the rapid streams, the rock
hound coast, and the patient, thrifty, vlzor
408, earnest and virtuous people of New Eng?
land, in whose bosom eight generations of my
ancestry lie buted.
A BUSINESS mew or THB CONDITION
How the Will of tbe Majority waa
Overridden by * Dissolute Jndge-A
Rich.' mut POWfrfnl Common wealth
nt the BTe-rcy af n Pack of Plnnder
-jrs-The fcam?yai$n*Bnrtnes? ki
The New York Tribune publishes the follow- j
log letter from a business man-a citizen of
New Orleans. He portrays the serions Injury i
inflicted upon the enterprise and thrift of the
part of the republic in whlch he lives, by the
political disorder that prevails there. Oona- j
dence, enterprise and Industry bave no atm* j
pathy with anarchy, and make no headway
where barbarism and rascality hold sway.
Peace, order, the rule Of honesty and intelli?
gence, are the auspices under which men ire j
stimulated to exertion, and business pros- ]
pera. When our rulers respect by their mea?
sures these maxims, the nation will go on
rapidly to the highest condition of prosperity,
force and dignity; bat not until then. The
writer of the letter is vouched for as a man of
the highest personal staodlng- not a politi?
cian and not an extremist':
Nsw ORLEANS, December ll, 1872.
I am moved, in consideration ol the pecu-1
liar and alarming condition of affairs here, to
put you au courant of what ls going on. A slip
1 rora a dally, headed "The Situation," will give
you an idea of what we are goiog through
with now, which ls euch an experience as I
pray God you In your section' may never be
called upon to endure. For the four past
yean our community, State and oliy, have
struggled on under a State and city govern?
ment in which the property-holders and tax?
payers bad absolutely no representation, but |
which was composed mainly of Ignorant plan?
tation negroes and corrupt and vicious whites.
The monument of their misrule ls seen In i
State debt ot ovpr $40,000.000, and a city debt j
of over $30,000,000, with an exhausted treasu?
ry, a prostrated trade, and a credit at,the low?
est ebb, for the troth of which I refer you to
the quotations of Louisiana securities. The
peopie saw and felt all this, and were
only buoyed up In the present by their
?topes for tho future. Last Alb of No?
vember was looked forward to as tbe limit of
their bondage, and the period when, by a
grand uprising, they could unite the Conser?
vative blacks with the Con snr va tl ve whites,
and overthrow the rule of corruption and In?
augurate a government of reform. This was
done most completely and thoroughly. By a
popular vote nearly 22,000 larger than In the
previous election fully two-thirds of all the
Conservati vt candidates-were eleoted, and we
began lo breathe more freely. But at this
stage of affaira an event occurred which bas]
no precedent in the history ol this land. A
Dulled States Judge, of an Immoral and dlseo- j
lute character, whom I myself have seen reel
ng through my store and abusing ns in bis
Irunken anger, was lound to pander to the
ust for office and pluoder to the defeated
larty, and prostitute bis high office to their j
>ase purposes. Without a shadow ol right,
ind with scarcely the forms pf law, he pro
lounces the decision of the people ol no I
iffect, and declares, in spite of the sworn re-1
uros of the commissioners of election, that
he negro party ls elected. He sends United J
li?tes troops to the Statehouse to pro
ect the usurpers In their seats; he en
3iDs the memoers of the true legislature
rom taking their seats, and thus destroys, at j
me blow, the liberties) of our State. North
rn people do noe realize, and will hot be?
love what thia means. But their turn must
ome. Tbe death ot the State of Louisiana
hows New York that she ls mortal, and all
be conspirators want is an excuse. I need
iardly-add that all business ls-complet ely
rostrate, We could not be more Idle in the
aldst of summer. Every man looks at his
ielghbor and eays, "What next?" Every
nan with any money tn his pocket bolds fast
o lt, for he does not. know when be will see
ny more. Our railroad enterprises toward
'exas, which were I h active prosecution, ai? |
rrested. Capitalists will not advance a dol?
ar on Louisiana securities, or Invest their
non ey In ? country who?? government la In
be hands of negro' and white adventurers,
nd where every nrant needed lor the pro
Tess of their roads tvould have to be pur-,
hased through the legislature at so much a
lead. Why will not Northern men In the
treat financial centres see that this state ot
tffalrs must react on them, and remonstrate
n a voice which the Federal Government
vould be obliged to respect ? Something must
>e done or the next fonr years will see here a
uloed community where once waa prosperity
ind wealth. ; ? .: >
CHIBAXSTON, BOOTH CAROLINA.
BEED &. KEIM,
LONDON, BNvLAKD, LAND AGENTSANOHZQOTLATOB8.
TO LAND OWNERS AND OTHERS.
We having established a Bureau lu London, for 1
;be negotiation and sale or Cotton and Klee Plan?
tations, large Tracts ot Timber Land and other J
Estates, Mines, Water Powers and Cuartera tor [
ra nable franchises, invite tbe attention or all la*
crested to our great facilities lor bringing auch
property to the notice of capitalists, fermera and
nanafacturera in t ngland, Ireland and scotland,
ind the Oontlnent or Europe.
For Circulars, giving lull part len lars, address,
inclosing postage stamp,
JOHN CHADWICK. A 00.,
deo24 Charleston, s. c.
AVIS ?fc CO.,
PATENT, LAND, INFORMATION AND CLAIM
AGENCY, WASHINGTON, D. a
A GREAT PUBLIC WANT, AT LAST, SUP?
Knowing that there are hundreds of men in all
parts or tne country who dally need INFORMA*
L'ION In regi.rd to Pensiona, Bounties, Patents,
internal Revenue Licenses and Dec?alo aa, the con
litton of Contractors' Aocounts, or some others
at the endless cia ms which go before the several
Departments of the Government, willoh informa
lon. If lt can bi rarolahed RELIABLY and
PROMPTLY, saves them the loss of time and the
.-xpense of a visit to the seat or Government,
las lndnced UB to establish, in connection with
nur Patent. Land and Claim Agency, an INFOR.
We can furnish, uron the shortest notice, SPE?
CIFIC ANO RELIABLE Information lu regard to
my point Involved In the business of the various
Depart mema, or can transact any or the business
The aid Congressmen wilt, from obvious res?
tons be very willing to alford us, (When necessa?
ry.) our long acquaintance and familiarity with
he officer* and with the routine of public bust
ess, and our prompt and unremitting atten
lon to all malters entrusted to ns, enables us
0 offer the best facilities tor obtaining Informa*
lon; and we de&lie to afford lt on the most rea*
All letters enclosing One Dollar, with a sump
Or return postage, win be immediately answered
md explicit and satisfactory information given,
u Ita pursuit no eflorts will be spared, and lt will
ie communicated with the utmost and Bcropu*
ana fidelity, BO as to be absolutely reliable. We
Te determined to merit-and secure- the un quat*
Oed confidence o. our patrons.
49-Partlea having Unos for sale, especially la
he southern States, will find lt to their advant
ige to send us a foll description of their premises,
nth teima, Ac, as we now have an application,
rom a Colony of SWEDES, for One Hundred
rhonsand Acres or Land In the Southern States,
iescripuves or land must be accompanied with
MSB DOLLAR to pay for translating, Ac. ir sold,
1 moderate fee (2Ji per cent) charged.
*S*Oontractora' Aooounts for conveying the
[JniredStates Mull prbr to 1880, as also Assistant
Uaishala' Accounts Tor taking Census of 1860
nought or received for collection.
WX BKFXR TO:
Hon. J. J. MARTIN, sixth Auditor of the Trea
mry for the Postofflce Department.
Hon. D. P. HOLLOWAY, late commissioner or
M. w. BAR?, Agent Southern Associated Presa
RIVES * BAILEY, Proprietor* Congressional
A. ROMAN A CO, Publishers, San Franclaco.
JOCN CUMMINS, late Associate Just'ce. Sn
preme Court, Boise City, Idaho.
MOSES KELLY, Esq., Cashier National Metro?
CHAS. A. JAMES, Esq., Cashier Bank or Wash?
WM. J. MCDONALD, Esq.. Chief derk of United
tates si nate, Washington, D. C.
CLINTON LLOYD, E-q, Pay Clerk, House of
Representatives, Washington. D. O.
H. G. HAYES, Esq., Reponer As stellt ed Press,
Souse of Representatives, Washington.
F. ?. SM i ru, Esq., officiai Reporter House of
Representatives, Washington, D. u.
O. P. CULVER, Attorney-at-Law, Washington.
And to the memoers generally or Congress.
Ad dress DAVIS * CO.,
Patent, Land, Information and
Claim Agents, Poatoffloe Glass Box,
deoi-w8moa No, wi, Washington, D. 0. ,
?Jrjirtijgrcpr) anb ukt ?al!erg-.-0oti?tt'? Staasal Stnnranmneta.
? WHERE TO GET THE FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS.
No. 263 KING STREET,
IS NOW EXECUTING- ORDERS FOR
AH Kinds of Portraits,
IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ART.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS A CORPS ~>F THE
MOST WmS OPERATORS ll AEIMM MB
TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE IN THE SOUTH.
CARTES DE VISITE,
. CARTES IMPERIALE,
INDIA INK PORTRAITS,
J U A.M IO!*..
Nearly every Photograph, larder tban a earle, should be, and la framed. A careful Inspeotlon of onr stock before yon purchase la, there?
fore, politely requested. We like to see our pictures hnng In tasteful frames, Ac., and are, therefore, willing to sell them at a small advance,
In order to have our work present a creditable appearance in your drawing-room or parlor.
Careful attention la given to making copies of other pictures. Enlarged plotnrea may be made aa large ai life from tnt tiniest locket pio
tore, and made In every way satisfactory by careful and J nd lo loua
Photographs from natnre or Crom other pictures we color In the tiest styles lo OU, Water colors, Crayon, Pastel or Ink, at rates to snit all
Onr prices are kept at reasonable rates. There may be work done for less, bot we ask that QUALITY be given the preference.
SHIPS, BUILDINGS, MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS,
PLANTATIONS, MACHINERY, &C,
Photographed with Promptness and Dispatch, and upon Reasonable Term s.
Orders by Mail will meet with Due Attention.
NOTK.-TI?? ..Negativas," some Biz Thousand (6000) In Number, mad? toy ftTJISBT df OO. daring tbs pact Ten Tears
are all Preserved, ?nd Pictures from tbam csan ba had at any time.
S. T. SOUDER,
ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER,
NO 263 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE HABEL STREIT,
a,gmxm Baltt^Stttntt Way*.
ON FRIDAY, 27raJNflTANT, WILL BE
.old at Ko. S3 Broad street, two work j
MOLBs.- P ' ? " dec3M?
By W. T. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS,
POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE
Of va! nable BB AL ESTATE at Auction.
At the Post?nica, at ll o'clock, on THURSDAY,
One HO?sB AND LOT, No. SS' Beaufatn' ?treet.
Tbs Honsels of wood, two stories, double pia ese,
and contains six square rooms. The lot measures
forty three, hy One aundrea" and twelve feet In
one BOUSE AND LOT, No. SS Beaufatn street.
The house ls three stories, (late roof, doable
piazras, and contains nine square rooms. The
Orsi story la ? brick, the second and third wood,
sll of which ls in thorough repair, and recently
peiated, with a two story kl'oben containing Ave
rooms on promis-s. Lot measures fifty feet ?ont,
by one hundred and twelve feet in depth.
One VACANT LOT, fifty feet front on Beau rain
street, by one hundred and twelve In depth, all
One STORR AND LOT, corner Beauraln and
Lyoch streets. Lot measure-- twent5-Ave feet on
Beaufain street, by one hnod'ed and twelve feet
in depth on Lynch street.
Also two Tv rrs on Lynch street, etch measuring
thirty-four '.cot ft ont, Dy one hun fired and sixty
eight feet in depth
Plat of the property can be seen at our office.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one 3 ear, se?
cured by bond, ?ito interest of the purcbaser, I
and montage of premises, insuraroe sod a? Bigo?
rnent of the policy. Purchaser to pay ns for pa?
R, M. MARSHALL & SSS.
INSTATE BALE, BT ORDEB OF AD
2i MINISTRATOR of ?Estate of John H. 1
achmldt, with wm annexed.
Wm bo sold ou TE CES DA Y, 16th January next,
at the Postofflce, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at Public
All that LOT OF LARD, with the Two-story
Wooden BOOBS, slated roof, situated on the eaot
side of Hanover street, measuring thirty-two feet
on Mid street, sud one hundred and ten fett
deep; bounding north oa lot of Porter, south .on
estate of Stroheoker, add west on Hanover
street. On the premises are a ola tem and well of
water.' - - -
Term?-One half cash; balance In one and two
Sears, witn mortgage of premises and policy of
laurance assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and city taxes for H78. dec3s-jtot,9,ic
87 J. FBASEB MATHE WES.
VALUABLE SEA ISLAND PLANTA?
TION AT PB1VATE BALE.
That Valuable Sea Island PLANTATION, known
as Seabrook's Island, situated on the Atlantic I
ocean, at the entrance of North Kdlsto Fiver, con
taming about 4300 sores, well settled, with a fine
Residence end outbuilding!, barns, stables, cot. I
ton hons s, and quarter? for laborers.
This property ls well known as one of the best
Plantations on toe Coast, and affords the ad-1
vantages of a healthy residence the entire year,
helot' a sea Island ou the Atlantic ocean, and
abounds with game, flab and oyster-'. The Tract
ls heavily timbered with live oak and other lim?
ber, and ls acces-iue at all times by vessel* draw?
ing twenty feet water. A fine sea beach, washed
b> tho Atlantic, affords facilities for riding, driv?
ing, bat :lng, Ac
A Plat of the above can be ar en at my office,
Ku. rt Broad street._dectt-wtnth?w?8
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES.
WILL BE SOLD ON THU BSD AT,
26th instant, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
coner of broad and East Bay streets, to oiose a
copannersdlp, the TURPIN USE WORKS situat?
ed on charleston Neck, new lu operation lo close
pr uii mit 7 to the fonth Carol lt a and Northeast?
ern Railroad Tracks, consisting as follow*: -
1 OuPPErt a i'ILL, cayacty 60 barrels
1 copper Slid, capacity ?6 barrels
1 Copper ?tili, oap toity 36 barrel?.
Wltb Worms, Tubs, and all Tools neceisary for
conducting a nrat-claas manufactory ; also. Sheds,
Building?, one Sibley A Knowles third size Pump,
au?, , ,
1 BET?RT, Worm, Bunding, Tank, Ac, for the
msnnfaoturlflg of Rosin OU; capacity of Retort 40
The purchaser must remove sll the articles I
from the grounds within sixty days from day of
By ALONZO J. WHITE ft SON,
TTNDER JGDGMENT OF COURT OF
U COMMON PLEAS.-sL Sommers, Executrix
ef E. sommers, vs. the Trastees or tte Calvary
Baptist ? norco, et Si.
By virtue or the Judgment of Hon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge ofthe FI rDt circuit, in tbe above case,
wilt be sold on TUESDAY, the 7th day of January,
187a, at the corner of East Bat and Broad streets,
charleston, at Xl o'clock A.M.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the improve?
ments' thereon, situate, lying and being on the
northeast corner of smith and Morris streets, tn
Ward No. 0, City of Charleston, designated on a
plat made by John A. Michel, dated November,
i860, and annexed to a conveyance from James
W. Gray, Master In Equity, to F. Postell Thaekam,
formerly known aa three LOU of Land, by the
letters a. B and 0, measurlug aa follows, namely:
LOT A, ST feet In front on Smith street, and OL
the east or back line 48 feet; in dep'h.ontbe
north line 78 feet, and on the south line, on Mor- f
rta street, 77 feet s inches. LOT B, next north of
A, 40 feet on Smith street, the same on the back
Une, and In depth, on the north Une, 78 feet e
Inches, on the south line 78 feet LO r 0,40 feet
on Smith street, the same on the back line, and in
depth on the north line, which divides from the
aforesaid lot conveyed by James W, Oray, Master
in Equity, to F. P. Thaekam, 70 feet; on the south
line 78 feet 6 Inches. Bounding to the west ou
Smith street, east on lands formerly of Thomas
Oates, now of-Dereel, sonih on Morris it ree t,
and north on said lot of F. P. Tnacksm.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In two equal
successive annual instalments, wltb interest
thereon at the rate of seven (7) per cent, per' sr .
num, pay ab e annually ; secured bf bond or botw
of purchaser and mortgage of premises, the build?
ings thereon to be Insured and policy of Insurance
assigned; Purchaser to p*y_for papers.
W. J. GAYER, Special Referee.
ftccturtuerV Pringle jjgjgj?
~ " By LOUIS D. BeSA?SS?RE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad Street.
SCHULTZ FOLLT.-FOR SALE, THE
TRACT OF MARSH LAND, containing about
M acres' opposite the wharves of the city or
Charleston,known as "Sobultt Folly," adjoining 1
the land OD which the old fortress or Caa'le
Pmckney ls built; bounded by CM tie Plnckney ?
lands of aoout four acres, the Harbor, Cooper
River, Hog Island Channel and Lauren'? Shell
Just previous to'tbe late war the owner of this
Tract wa? preparing to buUd a marine railway.
decl8-w8 ? _?_
fJIHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEBLEB A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are 'now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANDF'Q CO.,
aprHvr _ No; ano King street
Srjirle ano burnie tjuta, ?coos.
BE S H ARRIVALS!
LATEST STYLES I
COMFORTABLE FIT I
LOWEST PRICES I
SSS SSS SS SCOTT'S ssssssss
8 STAB SHIRTS AND COLLARS, S
S Ready-made and made 8
S 8 ' .
8 to Order. S
8 - S
S MEN'S S
8 FURNISHING S
SSSSSSSS GOODS. SSSSSS*?
THE GREAT SHIBT EMPOBIUM 1
LOOK! FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET BALL
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.UTet j),I t.. >! Til. .;
ne trtUiim lrcsv-Brlg SABTONA,
(capacity ;oo bsiea, cotton,) Antonio de 91
Oirton,MsiiIr, wWlMd wtneftore pcrt^"7
For irelght tDr&gcm^^UTmfi A CC
decal Central Wharf.
"P O R LIVEBPOO .IWw
TUB- Al Iron' Bark: MAGNET, Wm. J?U
Brom, Master, will nave dispatch, for tfteSB
above port, rs-vw
decl3 North AtlanUo Wharf.
OB BOS T O N .
ne Pirst-clau Screw steamship MER*
OEOlTA, Marshman, commander, win__
?all for the above port on 8 ATOM AT, tue
Instant. For Freight or pa wage engagements
apply to J Alt? ADOBE * 00.,
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FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAJLT, AMD THROUGH
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON. J. F. flaynle,
Oom cn an J er, will sad for Baltimore, on aAttmaur,
28th December, at 4 o'clock: P. M. -
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded : to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and self -their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. ? <...:
For Freight or Passage ap ply to
. PAUL a TREBHOLM, Agens?
decl< &_ No. a Union Wharves.
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ON THURSDAY, 26TH DECEMBER, AT -
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAK LINE-ESTAJBLISHKD 1170.
STATE ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sidewhoel Sreamshlp
GKoRGiA, croweiL, Commander, will ?ll .for
New Tors: on TBWOAT.aahJbisfc,**-tfepeK
P. IL. from Pier Na 2, Union Wharves.;
Through BUIS of Lading to Liverpool <and tho
New England cl ties as usual --. \ .?y
ta- Insurance.by steamers cr tats line Xper
cent. _ ._
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations,, ap?
ply to WAGNER, BUGER A_CO., No. 30 BTO*d
street, orto WM. A. COURTENAY, Nol Union
Wharvea,_ : . decto-imw*
?HE PHILADELPHIA IBON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON7 SCR KW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Oapttin Hinckley, .
GULF STREAK, Captain HnnW,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class Bea connection between Philadelphia and
charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Compa?
nies at both termini, afford rapid transporca?on
to and-frpm au point? tn the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and the
principal cities or the Northwest, Boston. Provi?
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres..,
tr The VIRGINIA, ls appointed to sall, from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 27th December1, at s
o'clock P. M.
?9* The GULF STREAM will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangement?, apply
co WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
w. P. CLYDE A co., General Agents, Na 12
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Phfladerphla. ??
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pOB WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
BUCKINGHAM POINT. AND ALL LANDINGS ON
SAN TEE RIVER.
The steamer LOUISA, Captain * jr***
T. N. SUWBOD. will receive Freight JbstSfl
at Atlantic Wharf on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, and
leave as above on SATOBDAT NIGHT, December
For engagements, apply to
SHACKELFOHD A SELLY. Agent?,
decSM North AtlanUo Waarf.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND FERRY COMPANY.
SCHEDULE FOR CHRISTMAS DAY..'
Leave City for Mount Pleasant and _
Island at T. 10 o'clock A. M.; and 1,?fi
3 and 6 o'clock P. M.
Leave isla d for city at ?X, fx, ll ?'clo X A.
M., ix and 4M o'clock P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant far City at e, % lix
o'clock A, M., 3 and 4X o'clock P. M.
deo24-2 E. PBSuBROAST. Agent.
JV O *B . S ? Y A N N A H,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamers - _ ^M^"?^
DICTATOR and CITY POINT WlU^^SWSU
leave Southern Wharf as above. .
No extra Charge made for Meals aid State
For Freight and P a - sage ap ply to ?
?AVENEL A OO,
Corner VsnderhorsVs Wharf amt Eaat.Bay.
SAVANNAH AND BEAUFORT
AND PACIFIC AND CHISOLM'S LANDINGS
Captain W. T. McNelty, -
Will leave Accommodation Wharf j
every MOND?T and IHUKSDAT Monx -.
IMO, at a o'clock, fer Savannah a,_
touchings: PaciOc and Chlsolm's Landingsevery
Returning, will leave Savannah TUISDATS and
Freight received WBDXBSDAT and SATOBBAT,
and must be prepaid to all points except Beaufort
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE... L .
For Freight or Paisage apply to Captain on
board, or to RAVENEL, HOLMES * yo.,
deol4-sw . . . Ha so-East Bay.
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TbeSplendld Side-wheel Samers. ?-aJ2>
DICTATOR. Captain L. ^OTT
CITY POINT, S&"At4sd.U?
.sn ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVKB.
AND a***. *"rr^Lu?. ?uh ? team era for
ess tass &3sS?SBSt
for NewOrleana ??^?^^2^ ??7
For weight or^^^
Cerner. Venderborst's Wnarf and Bast Bay,
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