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Cloding ano ?nrrusrrmg (80009.
J. H. LAWTON,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Corner of King and Market Streets,
O H A B L ESTO ls
OP THE CELEBRATED
WER MN MACHINES.
181,280 SOLD IN 1871.
62,784 STOKE THIN AN Y OTHER CO,
NO. 186 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?Jaxxbtt. Jtvtirs, 4**r.
Wo DATS jost opened au Assortaient o? Ameri?
can and European WATO HES, which we offer at
tee lowest New Tort pri?es:
GOLD WATCHES from $25 to $120
. sorer Watches from $12 to $36.
AD of wnlc ti are warranted. Call and see, an*
be coarin oed.
Also, a lari? assortment of JEWELRY.
decio-tntua M. A A. ASHTON.
THOMAS & LANMAU,
NO. ?89 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
-SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
THEY- ABE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
ABD WELL SELECTED STOCK A8 HAS
EVER BEES PRESENTED TO TBE CHARLES?
NO; 289 KING STREET.
. COUNTRY ORDERS promptly filled, and satis
action guaranteed. novW-atuthSmos
SILVERWARE! WATCHES !
F. KOLDEWEY respectfully calls the attention
cf Ms customer* and the public to his now very
? lull and choice assortment of STERLING SILVER?
WARE, GOLD WATCHES AND SOLID JEWELRY
To a beautiful piece or art, a MECHANICAL
?LOOK WITH A BgnHg FARM SCENE. Which
will be raffled ah?rtly, ?nd for .?rhlch chancea
WATCHEM AND CLOCKS are i paired a3 usual
In the " very best manner, at reasonable prices,
?od the work WARRANTED.
KOLDEWEY. No. 802 King street,
' Third door above Wentworth street.
dadO-tnthaT . ?_East side.
I SjjjMS Btront " 4Bojoe, *u
( Tjrii,ir -o*s ju N G,
NO. 804 KING STREET.
Mm M. J. ZERNOW would respectfully an
noonee to the pnbUo that she will open Tars PAT,
october inn, a mil line or MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, Hoopsktrts, Bustles, Kid Gloves,
"Ladles' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks, Pura, Ac Dress and Cloak Making
attend ed to aa usual.
Sole agent for if'me Demoreat'a PAPER PaT
THRNS. Country orders will receive prompt at
jDrrios, gipimuai?, *t.
XaB. ITTLEB'S VEGETABLE^RF?I?
Yj KATIO SYRUP.
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
-^core. 28,600 Cer?floatee or testimon?ala of cure,
incradlne Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Ber Josepft Begge, Falls of Schuylkm Phiiadel
. ?Ma: tue wife of Rev. J. B. Davis, Hurhtstown,
Sew Jersey: Re?. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
'fphfladeiphia; Hon. 1 V. Greeley, member Gon?
orrea? from Philadelphia: Hon. Judge Lee, Cam
& Sen, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart. Baltimore:
~ ez-GoTernor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
.others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DB, GEO. GAULIKR, Agent,
ijuryl-lyr Charleaton, S.O.
iancg JBtoofte, ffotionB, gt,
JOHN 8. FAIRLY ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY & WHITE GOODS,
No. 37 HAYNES STREET,
Desire to call the attention of Merchants visit?
ing the city at thia time to their very ATTRA~
IVE STOCK of
AND OTHER GOODS SUITABLE
FOR THE HOLIDAY8.
Their uanal Stock la alao very FULL AND DE?
SIRABLE IN EVE KT DEPARTMENT. They
solicit I rom their custom a a and the Trade gen?
erally the favor of an early call. decll lo
tailoring, Clothing, *?ir.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft 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 WORK
AN INSPECTION! OF THE
GKOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
Ii RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,
NO. '276 KISQ MKKKT,
Will offer for the week commencing
Monday, December B, and throughout
FX TRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONS
In Every Department.
A decided reduction has been made In
all our prices, and we oiler thia week.
lu all of our Departement.
And a:i In need or Gooda will do weil
to call and examine onr stock.
We mention below the prices of onlj
few of our gooda :
loo pieces 4-4 Wamsutta, Bleached,only
10 cen ta
5 caaes 4*4 Bleached, 12>? and 16, worth
16 and 18 cents
2 cases 10-4 Sheeting, only 40 cents
2 bales 3-4 White Flannels, 20 cents,
6 balea 3 4 White Flannels, 26 and 80,
worth 80 and 40 cents
2 cases io 4 White Blanketa, only $3 60
loo pleoes Fine Cassi m ere, $1 $126,
50 rfeces Floe Caaslmore, $1 60, worth $2
1 caae Plain and Figured Dre as Goods.
26 pieces Fine Poplin, 30 and 36 cents
60 pieces Blaok Alpaca, only 60 cents,
Great Reduct lon lo Black silks
Great R?daction In Colored Silks
Great Ked action In Va;ours,sii t FopUne
and line Dress Gooda
Great Reduction In Mourning Goods
SDx-locl sashr Ribbon, only $1, all
Qreat Bargains in all the New Shade;
Qreat Bargains in Bows, Ties and Silk
Great Bargains ia Kid Gloves, (Bee
Great Bargalna in Lacea, Handker?
ohlefa, Cuffs and Collara .
Great Bargains in Jet Sets, Hair Orna?
ments, Ac, AC
Great Bargains In Silk Trimmings,
Fall Linea of Ladles' Uaderwear
Fnll Linea of Gents' Famishing Gooda
Full Lines of Hosiery and Notions
All at Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINGS AND RUGS.
Fine VELVET CARPETS marked down
Fine English-Body Brussels Carpel
fine English Tapestry Brussels marked
Fine Three Ply Carpet marked down
Fine Wool carpets marked down
Fine Ingrain Carpets marked down
Flue Hemp carpeta marked down
Fine Venetian carpets marked down
Good Quality Ingrain Carpeta for 66,66
and 76 cen ta
Good 4-4 Matting marked down
on dotb3, Hugs,Mats, all marked down.
oar Wholesale Departmenta are com?
plete, and we conatantly offer Greai
Bargains to Merchants, Farmers, and
all in need of Gooda.
Our Millinery department is the beal
assorted in thia market.
FUR0HQOTT. BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 276 Klug Street.
POSITIVELY FOB ONLY ONE WEEK
The Public la respectfully informed that the
BALANCE OF THE STOCK
of the late T. KELLY, at No. 264 King street, will
be offered tor
Ol HORB WIE OMA'
before the Anal closing. There la atm a good as
SPOOL COTTON, GLOVES, HOI9ERY,
Corsets, Underveata, Jaooneta,
Swlsa MuaUna, Tarletan, Nainsooks,
Towelling, White and Colored Linens,
Orilla, Bine and Gray Flannels,
Delaines, Plaid Homespun, Cotton ade J,
Kentucky Jeans, Shawls, and Bress Goods.
M. P. O'CONNOR,
NOS. 205 AND 207 EAST BAY,
OFFER TO THE TRADE AT THE LOWEST MARKET BATE9, A LABOE ARD WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF
G?OCERES,WmES & LIQUORS.
CONSISTING* UV PART OF t
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
SUCA R8-CRUSHED, POWDERED, A, EXTRA 0, DE VIER ARA AND MUSCOVADO.
MOLASSES-New Orleans, Porto Rico, Muscovado anl Sngar-House.
COFFEE-Java, Bio and Lago ay ra
B ACON-Smoked and Dry Salted Sides, Shoulders, Hams and Strips.
FLOUR-Family, Extra and soper-Various Brands.
FI8H-Mackerel, Salmon and Herrings-All Blzes and numbers.
BUTTER-Cdt Edge, New Yurt State and Western in Firkins and Tubs.
LARD-Pare Leaf in Tierces, Barrels, Firkins and Tabs.
CHEESE-Prime Factory, Orange County, English Dalry, Gloucester and Yoong America.
na Mai sr ri nnnno- S One and Two Pounds oysters, Lobsters and Salmon, Two Pound Cans ?
uanntuuuuuB \ Tomatoes and Peaches, Quarter Box sardines, Ac
FRUIT-Raisins, Currants, Citron, Prance, Almonds,Ac, Ac
BISCUITS-Wine, Lemon, Soda, Batter, Ginger Oakes and Snaps, Jumbles, Ac.
30AP, CANDLES, STARCH, CANDY, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, MATCHES, BLACKING,
WRAPPING PAPER, TWINE, Ao.
BRANDIES-Feaoh, Apple, Ginger, Cherry, French and Domestic,
WHIbKEYS-Rye, Corn, Bourbon-all grades-Jamison's Dublin Whiskey.
QIN8-Holland and Domestic-Varions Brands.
RUM-Jamaica, st. Croix and New England.
ALE-McEwan'e, Bass and Ycunger's.
WINE8-Port, Madeira, Sherry, Malaga and Claret m casks and cases.
CHAMPAGNE-Dry Verxenay and Cabinet
FRENCH BRANDT IN CASES, SCHEIDAM SCHNAPPS, CINNAMON CORDIAL,
RASPBERRY SYRUP, ?c., ?c.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS OP ALL GRADES.
BRANDY PEACHES AND CHERRIES. BITTERS, &C, &C.
_ Qaiamaxe, Slgricnlmral 3mpUm*rtt<, ttt.
HART lt CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25. ?>
Or if the Dixon Sweep he preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 26.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LIMB OF
FAIRBANK S SCALES.
BURDICK'S HAY AtfD FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Beoeipt of a Full Line of
BEST FI9H LINES
HART Ac O O .,
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kine? and Market.
ocU-tathsDM CHARIiESTOlV, 8. C.
2L un ian BaUt-Eljif Oat:.
Jj'A. TOBIAS' SONS.
ESTATE SALE CHOICE COGNAC!
BRANDT. At public auction, In United
states Bonded Stores. >
THIS MORMNG. 12th Instant, we will
sell In United states Bonded stores, Elliots
street, at ll o'clock, by order of aurvlvlnc'
parties of an estate In France,
20 quarter casks )
10 eighth casks \ Choice Old Cognac Brandy.
20 quln'a. casts )
By JOHN G. MILN'O i & CO.
MEN'S, BOYS' AKD YOUTH'S PINE
Felt, Oasslmere t.ua Wool Bats, on account
or all concerned-sto;k 0f a Wholesale Hat
House. THIS DAT, the 12th instaut, ai half past
10 o'clock, we will sell at oar store, No. l?6 Meet
iDg street, 59 cases, assorted, Men's, Youth's and
Boys', Hine and Common, Cassimere, Felt and
Wool Hats. Conditions-Sams under $100, cash;
$100 to $800, sixty days; over $800. ninety days,
ror approved endorsed notes or city acceptances,
Interest added. deol2
Stock of Messrs. Hahn A Oberge, valued at
$10,000. WUI sell THIS DAY. at my Salesroom,
No. 46 Wentworth street, coiumeaclng^*iirTo
o'clook, a large and varied Btockof ?BT coons,
consisting in part of : Pieces Black and Fancy
Satinets, Beaver Cloth, Repel?ame, Alpacas,
Jeans. White and Gray Blankets, Ready-made
Clothing, Men's and Boya' Wool and Felt Hats,
White and Mixed UndcirshllrtB and Drawers, 3-4
and 6-4 Bleached Shlrtlngd, 60 pairs Custom-made
Punta, Coate, Yea'a Alao, two Show Cafes and a
large aaaortment of Notions._dec?a
By J. A. EI?SLOW & CO,
riERMAN BABE EMIL, FOB AC
VX COUNT of whom lt may concero, by order
of tne Consul of the German Empire.
THIS MORNING, (Thursday,) ism December, at
ll o'clock, at Southern Wharf, will be told, by or?
der of the Conaul of the German Empire, for ac?
count of whom it may concern.
The Metalled and Copt er-fastened German Bark
EMIL, of 6.0 tons reglan ir and eoo.tons coal capa?
city, with Masts, Spare, Standing and Running
Rigging. Cordage, Anchora, Chains, sails, Ac, Ac.
And immediately aller, the Shlp'a Boats and
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBti.
TWO SMALL RESIDENCES ON NORTH
SIDE OF WENTWORTH STREET, wear of I
THIS DAY, ino 12th Instant, at ll o'clock j
o'ciuck A. M., will be seid near the Postofflce, by
order or the Mortgagee, nuder power or sale from
the Mortgagor, G. W. Olney,
The Twf.-and-a half Story WOODEN RESI.
DENCE, with elate root, on the north aide of
Wentworth atr et, weat of Lynch, wlih a Brick
Eltchen on premises. The Lot measures 31 feet
front, by about 121 fee: deep. House renta for
$380 per annum.
A 8mall DWELLING with fonr Rooms. The Lot
measures abont 2S feet by abant 121 feet deep, j
House renta fur $132 per annum.
On the back part of the anove Lots ls a small
wooden betiding, which will have to be divided
by the buyers.
CondltIona-One-half cash; balance by bond
bearing semi-annual Interest, payable in one |
year, secured by a mortgage of th? property,
houses to be marred and policy asaigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papen. dec?a
By B, M. MAB SHALL & BRO.,
RESIDENCE No. 16 BULL STREET,
west of Pitt.
IBIS DAY, December 12th, at ll o'clock win
be sold, near the Postoti.ee, Broad afreet,
The above Slate-KOO ' H EVIDENCE, containing
fonr Bquare rooms, attics, pantry, dressing-room,
doable piazza, large kl nilen and clBtero, goa, Ac
Lot measures 42 by 181 feet, more or le*a.
Terms-One-quarter cash; balance In one, two
and three yeara. aecuretl by bond and mortgage.
Interest seml-annuuly. Buildings to be Insured
aod policy assigned. Pt ire Daser to pay R. M. M. A
Bro, for papers._decl2
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
DWELLING AND STORE EAST UOB-1
NER Bogara and Line Btrceta.
THIS DAY, December the 12th, at ll o'clock,
will be sold, near the Poatoffice, Broad street,
The above Tic-Roofed DWELLING of fonr square
rooms and atore, with kitchen of two rooms. [
Lot ??7 by 86 feet, more or les8.
Tenna-one-half casu; balance in one year, ae
cared aa usual. Purchaser to pay R. M. M. A
Bro. for papen. deois-tnath
By LOWNDES & G BI MB ALL,
SALE OP VALUABLE PROPERTY
near Mount Pieaamu William Lucas VB. R.
In pursuance of an order or aale In the above
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham,
jar ge of the First Circuit. I will offer for sa e, at i
?ublio auction, THIS HORNING, the lam day of
leoember, 1872, at the PostoOce, Charleston, at
ll o'clook A. M.,
All that PLANTATION CR TRACT OF LAND
known aa the Greenwich Milla property, situated
In Ch i lat Choren Pariah near the Town of Monnt
Pleasant, contait-lng about 601 90-100 acree, mord?
or less, with metes and bounds aa laid down on a
Plat of the aald landa, made by William Burne
November 21at, 186?, ? nd recorded in Plat Book
A, No. l, page 16, office Register ef MeaneCon?
veyance for Oharlesto i County, which property
ls exclusive or the lots marked on said plat aa A,
B. C, D, E, F, 0, H, I. J and 0.
The aald plat may be examined dally at the of?
fice of Mesar?. Lowndes A Grlmball. auctioneers
Broad street. In case no bid should be made for I
the whole property, equal to the amount uow due I
anon the boad of the defend int with the coate or
the action, the property will then be offered In
loteas laid down la said plat.
Tarma-Ooe half cash; balance In one year, with
Interest from day of ?aie, secured by bond of the
purcnaaer or purchasers, with mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay Referee Tor papera.
G. HERBERT SASS.
By LOWNDES & G KIMBALL,
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.-WIL?
LIAM E. SPARKMAN, et al, VS. MARY A.
E. SPARKMAM, Administratrix of W: E. SPARE
MAN, et al-In the common Pleas for Charleston
' ln pursnancu.or an order of sale dated the 11th
March, 1872, lu the above caae, to me directed by
the Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the Flrat Cir?
cuit, I will offer for sale at rab ic Auction, a: the
Poatofflce, Broad street, THIS DAY, the 12th
December, 1872, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate, lying and being on Black River. In the
County of Georgetown, and State of s nth Caro?
lina, generally known by tha name of Spring?
wood, measuring and containing two hundred
and llfty aerea or Rice Land and two thousand
acres or Pine Land, more or less; bu ting and
bounding on one aide by Black River, and on the
other side by Peter's Creek, another Bide by Land,
the property of Mrs. Guerard, and another aide
by Land, tue property of Mra. Heriot. , .
Terma-One-third In cash; the balance in Three
equal annual instalments, bearing Interest from
the day ol sale, tb? latines ton the whole princi?
pal unpaid payable annually; to bs secured by al
bond or bonds or the purchaser and mortgage of
the property. THOMAS MoCRADY,
REMOVAL.-THE SADDLERY WARE?
HOUSE of WM. HARRAL has been remov?
ed from No. 19 H ay ne iitreet to No. 169 ME i> TING
STREET, corner of Basel atraet, where will be
found a general assort sent of SADDLES Bridles,
Harness, Carriage an cl Harneas Materials, wit h
all other Goods usually found in Bach an estab?
Orortros * Ciqwn?? Ut.
H. KLATTE & CO,
AGENTS FOF! CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE A CO
Sola Agents for Charleston for thia Celebrated
Brand of PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYES and BOURBON.
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pare KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound im?
purities, and highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical usc. The Brand la patented
to prevent infringements.
r BACKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
We respectfully Inform our fri ends and custom?
era that we keep constantly on hand a fall suppl;
of the above already favorably well known Whla
eya, and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices. H. KLATTE A 00.,
angh-stuthemo Ho. 18* East Bay.
By W. T. LEITCH ? Bi & BRUNS,
Ane tto neera,
SPECIAL SALE OP WORKS OF ABT.
Will be sold at Auction on SATURDAY, 14th
Instant, at tbe Store corner or Church and Broad
streets, ar. nu,,
.A collect on of Bare and Choice Works of Art
Fine OIL PAINTINGS. Choice Imported Chro?
mos in handsome and elaborate sold Leaf
A line assortment or Engllsh*8teel Engravings,
after AnsdelJ, Landseer, Taylor, Williams and
This collection ta the finest of the kind ?xhlb lt
ed In this section of the country, being copies of
the genuine origina s m the Louvre, Dusseldorf
and nthrr celebrated Gallerte*, by celebrated
American and European artists.
The attention of connoisseurs and lovers of art
ls called to thia KxhlbMon.
Goods now on Exhibition, and Catalogue? ready
on Friday. __decl9
Bj W. T. LEITCH & B. S. BRU SS,
POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED
Sale of va'uable BEAL ESTATE as Auction.
At the Postofflce, at li o'cioctth TOESDAY.
21tn lnatantf- *
" One-T?UUsE AND LOT No. os Beaufetn street
The house ls of wood, two stories, double piazza,
and contains six square rooms. Tue lot meas?
ures forty-three, by one hundred and twelve feet
One HOUSE AND LOT No. 93 Beaufaln street!
The house ls 'hree stories, slate roof, double
piazzas, and crntalns nine square rooms. The
first story ls brick, the second and third wood;
an or which ls ta thorough repair, and recei. tiv
painted, with a two story kitchen confalng ive
rooms on premises. Lot measures fifty feetlront
by one hundred and twelve reet lu depth.
-? yAUANT LUT, fifty feet front on Beaufaln
street by one hundred and twelve lu depth. aU
une 8TO RB AND LOT corner Beaufaln and
Lynch streets. lot meisurei twenty-five test on
Beaufaln street by one hundred and twelve feet
in depth on Lynch street.
Also two LOTS on Lynch Btreer, each measnr.
lng thirty-four feet iront by one hundred and six
ty-elzht feet in depth.
Plat ot the prnpei ty drawn by Louis J. BarOot
can be seen at our office. ~ r
Terras-One-hal' cash; balance in one year, se?
cured by bond, with interest of the purchaser and
mortgage of premises, Insurance and assignment
ur the policy. Purchaser to pay m for p i pera. .
This property as a whole or lo part can bs treat?
ed fo r at private sale before tbe 24 h or Deee.n ber
by application to W. Y. LEITCH A E. s. BR?NS,
No. 86 Broad street._necia
By J. A. ENSLOW Sc CO.
SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OP
the Inclemency of the weather to SATUR?
DAY. 14th iastaut, at il o'clock.
Standing and Bunning Hlgelng, Sails, Anchors,
Chains BI. cfcs, cabin Furniture, Ac Ac.
SATURDAY HORNING, the 14th Instant, at ll
o'olock. on Central Wbarr, will be Bold,
Lot of standing and Bunning Bigging
Lot of Sails
Anchors and Chains'
Blocks and Oabln Furniture, consisting or Tablas
By F. P, SALAS,
RAISINS, ALMONDS, WINES, Ac., Ac.;
IMPORTED BY W. P. HALL.
On FRIDAY next, the 13th taBt., at ll o'clock,
A. M., will be sold at Hiddle Atlantic Wharf,
The CARO'i or the Spanish Bark ProvUencla,
Just arrived from Barcelona and Malaga, and es?
pecially selected for this market :
800 whole boxes LAYER RAISINS j
16C0 hair ti lts Layer Raisins
2000 quarter b >xea Layer Raisins
10 boxes Figs
26 half barrels Grapes
60 boxes L?mons
IT cases, of 12 cartoons each, Layer Raisins
fl cases, of 24 cartoons ea?h, Layer Raisins
109 sacks Soft Shell Almo ada
25 sa 'ks Filberts
26 sacks Walnuts
io barrels Canary Seed
95 boxes Vermicelli and Haccaronl
loo case a Preserved Fruits
6 cases olivia
loo Demijohns Olives
40 boxes Castile Hosp
26 oases olive Oil
26 barrels Olive Oil for Machinery
16 half barrels Salted Berringa
200 strings Garilo
3 bales Alicante Straw Mats
10 barrels Dry Malaga Wine
40 barrels Sweet Malaga Wine
86 barrels Sherry And Moscatel Wine
200 quarter casks Red Wine, or various brands
so quarter casks Taja Wine
60 quarter casks Port Wine
60 eighth casks Rando Wine
40 eighth casks Garnacha Wine
60 sixteenth caskn Oarnaoha Wine
20 eighth casks White Wine
20 sixteenth casks Mistela Wloe.
Conditions ol sale-All sums under $600, cash;
from $600 to $1000, thirty days; above $1000,
sixty days, with approved city endorsed notes;
catalogues at Bale.
?-Columbia Phoenix, Augusta Chronicle and
Sentinel, and Savannah Republican Insert once
aud send bli s to F. P. Bj _declQ-4
By LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
INSTATE SALE, BY ORDER OP THE
On FRIDAY, 13th insta it, will be sold at tbs
corner ol Franklin and Magazine streets, at ll
o'clock, on account or an t state,
6 Carts, Ac, AC.
Conditions cash._ deolO-tnthfa
By H. H. DeLEON.
LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON EAST
BAY KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL.
1 will sell, on THURSDAY, December 19,1872, at
the corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
All that LOT OF LAND, with three story Brick
Building thereon, on weat aide of East Bay street,
known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
with store beneath; lot twenty-one Test three
inches (21.8) Iront on East Bay, and on wast and
back line seventeen feet Bli Inches (17.6). on north
line one hundred and sixty-five feet six Inches
(185.6), and on south line one hundred and sixty
feet six Inches (180.6), m*re or less. On rear or
building is a large Brick storehouse, with open?
ing on Bedon'B Alley, said lot having the right of
passage through said Bedon'a Alley on the south.
"'T?rms-One-third (H) cash, balance in ene and
two yean, by bond and mortgage or premises
bearing seven per cent, interest, payable an?
nually; property to be Insured and policy as
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers, decll
By LOWNDES & GRLMI3ALL,
VALUABLE BICE PLANTATION ON
COM BAH EE RIVER AT AUCTION.
- Walter Blake, et al, va. Walter Blake, Jr., et aL
In pursuance of au order of Bale in the aboye
case, to me directed by the Hon. B. F. Graham,.
Judge of the First Circuit, I will offer for sale at
Public Anotlon, at the courthouse, Beaurort, 8.
C., ou TUESDAY, the nth day of Dccemher. 1873,
at ll o'olock.
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land, com?
monly known as Bonny Hall Plantation, In Beau?
fort lonnty, containing some sevea.een hundred
(1700) acres or Btce and Upland. Bounding north
OB Combahe*? Blver, weat on Latds now or late
or Mrs. Arthur Middleton, east on Lands now or
late o? Henry Middleton. Esq, south on LandB
now or late of Henry Middleton, Ef q.. all of which
ls more particularly described In a plan from Go?
dard's Survey, traced by 0. J. Baker. Surveyor,
London. Eng.. bearing date in July, 1867.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance la one, two,
three and four years, the credit of the purchase
money to be secured by the bond or bonds of the
purchaser or purchasers, and a mortgage of the
premises; the bonds to bear Interest at the rate ol
seven per cent, per annum from the day of sale,
payable annually, until the whole amount he
paid. Purchaser to pay Referee for all necessary
pipers. 0. H. SIMONTON,
panes, GDraaits, &t.
SALES ROOMS BEAU FAIN. STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KINO.
-ESTABLISHED 1819^ -
Just received a select lot of new PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and,ror sale low for ca"h,
or to rent conditionally, the rent applied ss pur?
chase money. An excellent opportunity is now
offered to purchasers to secure a fine, weil-toned
Instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the pur
On band and to let, Pianofortes at reduced rates.
Musical Instruments and ai a-1 cal Merobend t?e,
together with the latest fash onabe Music con
stantly receiving, orders for tuning and repair
'?g?U,?.""M'"?- HEWBY SIEOI.IHO.
PIANOS ANO ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices, fot Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLENAHAN,
Plano and Muslo Store,
sepS4mos Nfc iw Kin* street.
Qnttismm* Priwrte Bolt*. Ut.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad street.
TESTATE SALK-REAL ESTATE, BY
Vj OEDER OF EXECUTORS.-For aaie. Tko
Two-Story WOODEN RESIDES OE, NO, SI warren
street, next east 01 St. Paul's Church, containing
4 rooms, pantry, dressing; and garret rooms, S Pi?
azzas, Kitchen, with 4 rooms. Lot 50 feet front
by IM feet. deep. ..
The Two-Story DWELLING HOUSE, wita ?
rooms and Kitchen, on west Bide of Rutledge
avenue, betw>en Flahburn and Mount stree?.
Lot 3? feet a inches by fl7 feet 6 Inclus.
Th* adjoining LOT north or the above, sa feet
6 lechea in front by 07 feet e Inches deep. ,
The Two-Story DWELLING, With 4 rooms, OD
Carrere's court, running from Cannon re Bot. Lp*
86 feet hy 60 feet.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 noaa, fin
Caxrere'a court, next to the above. Lot li feet by
ALSO, >i tl r.. -..ii
Toe Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 roo? on
Oarere's court, next to the above. Lot 86 feet by
60 feet._ dsoiototpg
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, Bio. 93 Broad Street.
SOUTH BAY RESIDENCE,-FOR SALE,
the THREE-STORY WOOD PK RESIDBNOB,
en Ronth Bay street, containing seven roona,
pantry, Aa, two ptaiizaw. Ac, ac. Lot 60 fact
rront by 180 feet deep.
ALSO, ' ?< -
The LOT OF LAND, on Lambell street, Adjoin?
ing the above, with two small Houses thereon.
Lot 60 feet front by 140 feet deep; deo*-mto4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad Street*
KING STREET RESIDENCE NEAB
. THE BATTERY.-FOR S ?LE, the THESE*
SIL'KY wonDKN REMIDENOS, on b lek baae
mn, r, on east aide of King street, a few deon
from South Battery, contumaz eight rooms, two
plBzzv, brick kitchen, Ac., Ao Lot 79 feet by
iso feet deep. . dect-mm
By LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, No. 23 Broad Street,
DWELLING HOUSE ON LARGE LOT.
FOB SALE, the TWO-STORY WOODEH
DWELLING HOUSE,. No, 83 Cannon street, one
door west of Coming street, containing eight
room?, piazza. Ac. kitchen, carriage house and
stable. Lot 200 feet front, by 174 feet deep; lacapa
bie of being sob divided into several lota.' -
deca-mtha ? f " " " "v v.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE^
? Ko. 93 Broad street.
tl OOD BRICK RESIDENCE ON HABEL
X STREET -For sale or rent, the sube tan Ka 1
bout BKKK RESIDENCE on the son th sid* of
Hasel street, east of Trinity Church, con talnlngJO
Rooms, 2 Piazzas, Kuchen, Carriage House and
Stable. Lot 60 feet front by 10? feet deep,
decs-mint ; -i
By LOUIS D. DeSAUfiSTJBE, ;
Broker, No. 93 Broad street, " ,;
BRICK RESIDENCE No. 58 TBADD
STREET-For sale, the Three-htOry BRICK
RESIDENCE, KO. ?8 'fradd street, a few doora
rast of Meeting street, containing about 8 Ronans,
Kitchen, Ac., ?io. decS-mtSH
By LOUIS D. D e S AU8S?RE,
Broker, Ko. 93 Broadjstroet. '
LARGE WOODEN RESIDENCE LAM?
BO LL airest-For aaie, the large Three -
story WOODEN RBalUENOB, on brick basement,
south aide of Lambell street, one door east of
Logare street. The Lot measures 67 feet rront by
180 feet deep. -, decs-nun*
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
Broker, K(i. 93 Broad street.
CHARLOTTE STREET LOT OF LAND.
For ade, the LOT OF LAND on the aoath
Bide or Charlotte street, bet ween Elizabeth- and
Alexander streets, measuring 80 feet front by SM
feetdeep. . ??<
The LOT OF LAND on wes? side of Church
street, north of Water street, measuring TS teat
front by 188 feet deep. . dWtti,
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broke*. Ko, 93 Broad StraatV ^
HANDSOME RESIDENCE ON EAST
BAY.-For sale, tho hands me BRICK RES -
IDENOE. at the souihraJt C-Jmer of East Bay. and
Vernon streets, contalolng in the basement two
large rooms, a laundry and dalry, throe rooms os
the second story, five rosma on the thud
story and anio rooms, with water works and gas
through the honse, piazzas. Aa, Ac, kitchen, car?
riage noose, atable. The Lot lt ?nrroanded ou
three stuea by brick walla, and. measures ai feet
on Bast Bay. voo feet on Vernon street, and about
PI fe?toa Wanhlngton atifet. rtrr? mtbt
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, Ko. 93 Broad Street.
WOODEN RESIDENCE ON WALL
srrtEBr.-For aale, the comfortable lWo
and a half story WOODEN RESIDENCE on brick
baaement, Na 26- Wall street, one door south of
Calhoun street, containing seven rocas and aa
anio, piazzas, kit hen, Aa, Aa The Lot ls ISO
feet front by 108 feet deep. decv-mth4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker,-Ko. 93 .Broad Street..
STOBE NO. 74 EAST BAY.-FOR SALE
-the wen located STORE on East Bay
street, known as Na 74, recently occnpleu"by
Messrs. street Bros. A Co. Lot 90 fest 6 Inches by
HO feel deep. The building occupies the entire
By LOUIS P. DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, Ka. 93 Broad Street,
STORS AND RESIDENCE NO. 49 EAST
BAY BTREET.-For aale-the STORE AMD
DWELLING, No. 40 Bast Bay street, opposite
North Commercial Wharf. Lot 84 feet rront by
121 feet deep. dees-mta4
QEijOYf, ?o?crco, Ut. -
In order to go Into another Business, Twill
dispose of my -
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Tba Gooda
must be aold by the last of this month, asl wm
have no nae for them; '
Call at once and make y oar selections either In
snull lots or In bulk.
IHK ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANCY GC )D8
MUST BB BOLD.
Emperor William C?g?r Stan,
No. 3?O KING STBEET,
mohMyrnoaw CHARLESTON. 8. ?
?lonee, Rosiers, Ut.
KID ANO CASTOR GLOVE,
VSOK oars TO soc BTOBSNBV
Black, Whit?, Light, Mode and Dark. ARtaanaw
fancy colon to match the prefacing abades
of silks and Dre? Gooda.
For sale, vrholeaala acd retafl, by .
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & GO.,
m? NEW" YORK,
? ?OLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES,