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_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....NOVEMBER 2, 1865.
The roLiowiNt* is Uio result of tho ?lection luid
yesterday in this city for Major ,.i.?l Altkjrmon
There woro 217- vott'-i polled:
p. (!. Gaillard*.
*"""" IwAr.n HO. 1.
William Havener*.. .
John G. M.lnor*
W. 8. A?'.anis.
WASH HO. 1!.
James R. Pringlc* ..
C. C. Trumbo.
?WAUD HO. 3.
Jamen Vf. Brown ,..
J. J>. Earl*.
R. M. Butler?;.
> YWABD HO. 4.
J. H. 8tcinmever* ..
W. L. Trcnholui*...
Geo. Vf. Williams...
J. H. Murrcll.
Vf. Y. Lcltch.
WAKO HO. 6.
J. H. Honour*.
_. B. Oaics*.
WAllD HO. 6.
E. W. Marshall*_
J. F. fe'tcinnicyer_
ward ho. 7.
E. D. Enslon*.
Geo. H. Gruber.
G. S. Hacker.
WAnb ho. 8.
Vf. G. Whildon?_
E. C. Prince.
These marked with a stur (* ) arc elected.
Mr. IIojiact r. Rugci, wholesale news find
periodical deal? r, Market-street, lino our thanks
for kindly favor? in tho way of books, newspapers,
etc. He hara sent us somo of Ned Runtime's late
o?oiis donc up in "yellow kivcrs," among which
wo notice Nctta Bride, Hose Seymour, lied Ralph
and Merrntt Ben. He lias also favored us with n
copy of tho Edinbury licoiiw for April, which has a
most admirable review of M. Tajne's late work <m
Mess. M. M. Qujnn *?* Brothers, the intkfatiga
blc News Dealers of tho Up-town News Depot,
laitl xipon our table, this morning, a large and *va
Ticil roll of Southern and Northern papers. These
young ni<_ always have all tho principal Southern
and Nriihcm journals?daily, weekly, and month
ly. There is no better placo than QonafS' for Into
"We -EAiiN, with a great deal of pleasure, that
strenuous exertions arc being mado by many of
our largo capitalists for tho establishment of a
National Bank in this city. It is certainly a move
in the right direction; and it is a matter of much
astonishment that a bank has not already been
Oi-gnnizod. Wo hear of others in our chief South
ern cities, and Charleston heretofore was never
behind her siBtors in anything looking to commer
cial improvement. Wo hope the move may be a
There was quite an exciting timo nt the poll in
"Ward No. 4 ycutorday afternoon, just provious to
the hour of closing. Two gentlomon, of highly
excitablo temperaments, commenced the inter
change of exceedingly uncomplimentary remarks
about each other. Ono even went so far as to in
aiuuaic doubts as to the eligibility of tho other for
the cxoicibo of the electivo franchiuc. When
the voter gnvo tho streot and number of his
residence, the challenger replied: "Wei', I'll
bo -(here he mado use of an impolite ex
pletive) if ho h vos thcro, for I livo thoro my
eelf." A pugilistic encounter aeemed imminent,
hut tho crowd was disappointed. It was satisfac
torily explained that ono man went by tho old
numbers, the other by tho now. So the two gen
tlemen, who ?lid no? livo in tho same house, be
came pacified. The affair thus went Off, and so did
Coroner's Inquest.?A Coroner's inquest was
held yesterday morning, in tho rear of No. 195 St.
Philip-street, by C. E. Kanatau-, Magistrate, Act
ing Coroner of Charleston District, upon the body
of an infant (colored). Verdict: "Death from vis
itation of God."
The Circcb performance last night was honored
With the prcsenco of Major-Gcncral Gillhoiie and
etaff, Brevot Major-Gencral Devens and staff, and
Brovct Brigadier-General Bennett and staff.
"We would call attention to tho advertisement of
Mr. D. Hodqman, No. 27 Maiden Lane, New York.
Mr. H. is one of tho most extensivo manufacturers
of every description of India Rubber Goods, and
we would suggest to thoso interested to give him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
Heal Estate, Stocks and Bonds at Auction.
We would ask attention to the salo at auction this
day, at 11 o'clock, by Messrs. J. S. R?aos & Co., at
the Exchange, in Broad-street. Sevoral desirable
dwellings, building lotB, shares in the Charleston
Gas Company, City of Charleston Stock, and State
Coupons, will bo offered. The sale will be posi
tive, and a good opportunity presented to invest
in property that will surely iucreaso in value daily.
"We would direct particular attention to the ad
vertisement of Messrs. H, K_att_ ? Co., which
will be found in another cokimn. These gentle
men have just received a largo importation of New
York StetQ Flour and Rangoon Rice, which is of
ferod at reduced prices. Mr. W. _-. Pox, ?oil and
favorally known to our citizens as tho former
popular conductor on tho Charleston and Savannah
Railroad, is connected with this establishment,
and will bo pleased to provo to lus friends that he
is as good a conductor of business as he was of tho
care, although he dislikes to blow his own whistle.
Messus. Wilson ? Frabe_.? Wc would call the
attention of our readers to tho advertisement of
Messrs. Wilson _Fraber, as Brokers, Auctioneers
and Collection Agents, at Georgetown, S. C. Col.
B. H. Wilson is known to most of our citizens as
representing hie District for tho last eight years
in tho Senato, and as a lawyer of largo practico on
tho Eastern Circuit. Mr. R. E. Prases, tho other
member of the firm, has beon connected with the
Bank of Georgetown for the last fifteen years, and
i? known for his active and accurate business qua
lities. Anybu_nes9 in their line can be safely
entrusted to them.
We ASE gratified to be* .-.ble to staio that Mr.
T. H. KSOUBB, Banker, has cngagt-d the HOrvioou
e>f Mr. Fhost, formerly Toller of the Union Dank,
to ad i'o>: ?:irn in liif? Dr.nl.ing Office, ?.oilier of
King and Hatsol street.-. Mr. Frost is well known
to onr citizon** cm a reliable ami efficient bneino?ij
man, and will bav? Uto confidoncc r.nd reapect of
our business community.
Mr. Keq__I is pe-pr.rod to buy and eol] gold, a?e
r.ib j exchange on the" principal ?ities of Uie Union.
We commend Mr. K_oleb and hit} bosixion to tho
community; ?'.nd beg to say, in tirite connection,
that, from a long personal acejuaintancc with bim,
WO are prepared to speak in il*.*? highest term* of
bit honorftblcncnei und i e?-pee? ability.
''Gowns ! Gowns !''?_y one of those strango lawn
of association, whose tnnglod thread wo nro ofton
puzzled to unravel, these sharp, crisp days:, ?bout
tl)C flifjt of Novembor, have always been connect
?e! in oui' reveries with llannel cakes and intelical
students. A strange but not wholly incongruous
association?born, doubtless, from memories of
our young typo life, when tho two wore wont to
make their appearance simultaneously at our
boarding-house table," whose jolly hostess, red
nosed, fat-girthed and kinelly, used to declare that
sho "_kod her cakes 'ot and of, and wishctl gen
tleman was mo 10 punctual, which tingle gentlemen
auel students in pertiklcr is not/'
Hairy overcoats, and ungloved hands, and scan
ty linen, aro pertinent enough; and we can even
go hack to the days when tho arrival of theso
Galenian probationaries betokened the disappear
ance of door-knobs and street-scrapers, tho chi
vczing of cats, the boxing of the watch, tumuli of
oyster shells, visible to early pedestrians by sloppy
sidewalks, ami aroma of lemon peel and warm
water "with,"' issuing from rcd-curtainetl win
dows in the small hours, generally mingled with
the chorus of convivial and bacchanalian songs,
and often followed by the cry of ''Clubs*' !
Had it fallen to our lot then to setup almanacs,
wo should.have cortainly introduced at this sea
son, under the prophetic head of weatuek, "Abont
this time expect double raps at midnight, and
look after your bell-handles." Eut times and tho
mon have changed. "The class"' is now scarcely
distinguishable from the outer world, and tho
medical studout of our youth and of "Funch" is a
thing of yesterday, fast taking his place among
the extinct Bpecies. How he was ever inetamor
phoseel into the Doctor?how this devil-may-care,
frolicking, rolicking creature of pint pots, anel
small whist, and stumpy pipes, was ever fashioned
into tho grave, moelest gentleman, vetu de noir,
with a felino step and volvety hanel, terror of the
nursery?but oh ! ao dear to matrondom?is one*
of thoso irysteries which will probably never bo
explained in this life. The mystery itself lias now
elisappoared, and tho embryo and the graduato,
tho creature of sogar sinoko nnd dissecting tablee,
and his alter ego of diploma, liconsc and lanoet
caae, aro as much alike as the tadpole and the
But though the idiosyncrncy has vanished, tho
man remains; the signs of Ins coming are still visi
ble to tho educated and observant oye, and his ap
pearance can be predicted from elementa as con
stant and certain as those by which wc calculate
an eclipso ton years bofoic-hand, or prophecy
beefsteaks and onions for dinner, whilst scraping
our shoes on the door mat.
When n commotion, rather to be felt by tho in
ward than seon by tho outer vision, is noticed
among tho faculty?when obscure boarding-houses
and instrument makers are soized with an epi
demic of advertising, when tho stepB of Junior
Doctors tread visibly westward, and signs of Ufo
exhibit themselves on tbo outside of hospitals
and almsbouees?the medical student is coming.
When those avant coureurs aro followed by the
beaming faces of Professors, and. sittiiigs-iip in
grave-yards, the medical student has come.
All of these prognostics (wo insensibly fall into
tho phraseology of the school) aro now boforo us,
and we did not need the hint of an advertisement
to assure us that our Medical Collogo was soon
about to resumo its activity, after a hibernation
of inoro than four years. And a noble anil honor
ed institution it bas bcon, and, wo trust and bo
liove, will long be. Tho names of many of its
Faculty ?have, for a third of its century, bcon
known and honored through all tho land; and
among its corps wo recognize young antl rising
men, whoso well-earned reputation has gono bo
foro them, and who are adding every day to their
fame. Wo trust this proud Stato institution will
receive tho full duo of patronage it so well de
Tho Clinical material hero now, both for pa
thological and anatomical purposes, is equal to tbo
heat anywhoro, and far superior to what it has
over been. Tho Museum is rich in its variety and
wealth of specimens for instruction and illustra
tion?the hospitals crowded with just the kind of
stuff ont of which Doctors tu*e made. And wo cor
dially urge upon all who arc at this time interest
ed in medical education, to see to it that home en
ergy and home talent receive heroaftor the patron
age which it has always been our shame and our
curso to bestow every where olse.
From the land of Bunrise, far-off Asia, come
the aromatic roots of which fragrant Sozodont is
composed. In'this preparation the chemistry of
the toilet has achieved its most remarkable tri?
umpb. Pure. unBulhcd teeth, and agreeable
breath,' and absolute exemption from all diseases
that affect the gums, are the results of a daily ap
plication of the Sozodont. i
-ErcTATiON Established.?Mrs. S. A. Allen, for
twenty years past, haB been manufacturing her
World's Hair -Restorer and Zylobalsamuni, or Hair
Dressing; and the millions of bottles sold every
year in the United States, Great Britain and
France (each year largely increased sales over tho
previous), is a guarantee* that tho articles aro un
equalled. Wo know they will restore grey hair to
its youthful color, producing tho same vitality and
luxurious quantity as in youth. You can procuro
thorn at any tlruggiat's. -\Q
AMERICAN LAND COMPANY
Central Office, No. 57 Broadway, 3?. Y.
JOHN A. ANDREW. President, |
THANK E. HOWE, Vice President,
L. W. WINCHESTER, Treasurer, Trustett.
GEOKOE CABOT WARD,
OFFERS ITS SERVICES IN THE PURCHASE, 8ALE,
?EASE OR EXCHANGE of Cily or Country Pre>
porty in the South and West; or In procuring Workmen,
Suporlnte? dents, Tenant??, or Partners from the North
or from Europe. Full Information furnished upon in?
qulry of THURBBR, SOULE k CO., Agents,
No. el State-street (up-stairs),
October 26 lmo* Charleston, 8. C.
M0N8. BEBGER INFORMS HIS PATRONS THAT
he has reueuneel his tuition in DANCING. Mods.
lit 1h too well known to require any comment. For par
ticulars, apply at No. 202 MEETING?STR?ET. opposite
Citadel Green. thm7* October 2C
STONE, ?TON & MURRAY'S
AT THE BEQUEST OP TUG CITIZEN H OF
CHARLESTON, the Manadero bave dutcrcincd to
TI I KICK. DAYS L.OIVUEK,
TIICRSPA Y, FRIDAY and SATURO/, V, N?iv. 3d, 3<1,
and 4Mi. BEINO J*0.?.TIV__Y THE LAST PER
A BRILLIANT GALAXY OF
EQUESTRIAN AND GYMNASTIC
DANCING AND TRICK PONIES
Den Stone's Comic Mules,
Consolidated in ONE EXHIBITION for ONE
TRICE OF ADMISSION for
the Scaaon of 18W
Second class seats. .50e.
FLYING IN THE AIR!
Every ATtemooii at 1 3?, M.
By tho intrepid Pancratiat,
??- Dooi-b open at 2 and 7 P. M. ' Performances
commoncc at half-past 2 and 7J P. M.
Noveni\<vp 2 3
WASmNGTON RACE COURSE.
SAT- TIDAY, NOVEMBER 4.
IE--T7-3.lt be OF ?60.
IJIOR TROTTING HORSE8 UNDER THE SADDLE?
I Mile Heats, beat 3 in 6?TEN DOLLARS EN
TRANCE, rive to make a race
Entrees to bo made at CLUB HOUSE, No. 89 Georgc
Btrcot, on or before November 3d._November I
___t- _____ DeLiEO-ST.
No. 22 Broad-street,
STOCK, REAL ESTATE BROKER,
WILL BUY AND SELL STOO-S, BONDS. COU
pona, Bank-bills, Real Estate, Gold and Silver
Coin, Exchange, ko. 16 November _
No. 108 EAST BAY,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORT
MENT of choice articles In thalr line,
SCO bbls. supo ri or New York State FLOUR, landing
this day from schooner My rover; also, In store 160 bblu.
Rangoon RIOE, for sale low.
Mr. W. B. FOY la connected with ns, and will be glad
to sao his friends._thatuS_November 2
KING & GOODRICH,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry and Fancy Goods,
ISrO. 141 _N-C_E_BT_->JO-?X_^___B_?,
(UP STAIRS), h
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KINO k GOODRICH TAKE THIS MEDIUM OF
informing tho Merchant? and "Traders of the city
and surrounding country that they have oponed and oro
constantly receiving a 8TOOK OF GOODS in the above
line, whfCh they will sell AT THE LOWEST CASH
J. _ W. KNOX are to be found with Messrs. K. _ G.,
and invito their old friends and customers. .
Novnmb'-r 2__the tu
1 O/"*! CASES ENGLI8H, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
____*_/ STATIONERY, comprising thirty sizes and
qualities NOTE, LETTER AND CAP PAPERS; fifty
sizes, qualities and colors Envelopes, Writing Cases,
Portablo Desks, Work Boxes, Scaling Wax, Wafers,
Slates, Portfolios, Pocket Books and Purses, Lead and
Slate Pencils and Crayon-}, Steel and Quill Pens and Pen
holders, Drawing, Tracing, Tissue and Gold and Silver
Papora, Black and Bluo Ink and Ink Powder, Indollblo
Ink, Mucilage. Vishing and Printing Cards, Water Col
ors, Blotting, Perforated and Bristol Board, Blank Books,
Albums, Scrap Books, ?c, 4c. At Retail, or by the
quantity to dealers, at very low prices.,
For sale by . ?
JOHN M. GREER,
Soiiilnvcit corner King and Hiuufaln-M?.
BOGERT & EVANS,
PAPEE DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
Nob. 23 PLATT AND 20 AND 22 GOLD-8T8., N. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DE8?IRIPTION, SIZE OR QUAL
ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. Also,
Binders, Trunk and Straw Boards. ly October 28
Potato**} Potatoes '
B_ .??is. a. Tneiiuov.
'Jills MORNING, NtmunburS, in fun! ?ifmy -. .<>. No.
14 Vcudiic Hange, uml-r ('olonnnele Row. .it * ' . ' fe
without iiiiy teem rv?, for i-anli on delivery
7.r? barrel? chuto IRISH penwi'oi s
Nov< ml,?r 2
Furniture, Clothing, ?t?*.
HV .IOS. A. .MOURON.
THIS MORNING, J<1 lust., lu front of my stove. No. 14
v?-udu<- Hontjc, ander Cohiunatle Row, let 10 * look A.
W., without nny reservo, for cub,
MAHOGANY STUFF chairs. Bureau and Gte?,
Centre Table, Wushstnud-?. Rockine* Choirs, Mahogany
Card Table*?, Sofa, bureaus, ?'roi-kerv, Panto, Vr?t*
shoes, Brofjaaa, Whit?- shirt?. Tien, Cravata, k>\, kc, a-?-.
ALSO, AT 11 oYl.tU'b',
1 SORREL MARE, o year?? old, suitable for ?iui-le and
I bay Mul<
All f< ?r eaah. Novombt r 2
llSeh Cows and Springers.
BY .TOS. A. TIIOI/RON.
1 will ??_ TO-MORROW MORNING, Nov. n?l, at 11
o'clock, from Christopher's Wagon Yard, King-stre.-c.-t,
south of Mnrj'-wtreet, east Hide,
2 HUPElt MILCH COWS.
C young SPRINGERS, in order.
Conditions cash. November 2
Shoulders, liulter, ?fcc*.
JAMES XV. IIIIOW*. Si CO.
Will sell THIS BAY, at tlu-lr Sale? Rooms, No.?. 13G
and 138 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
10 firkins IJnttnr
10 boxes Chers?;
20 barrels How
10 boxes Soap. November '_'
Sailing Boot Sirati.
JAMES XX. DROWN AMD CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, the 2d ?iistnnt. at foot of Laurens
slreut lit 11 o'clock.
The SAILING BOAT .SWAN, about 4 tone, sails as good
its new; and has had n now bottom put in about t\v?i
months ago, and would answer well for a Pleasure or
Oyster Boat. November 2
Lime, on account of all concerned.
BY McKAY Si ?CAMP-EL-.
THIS DAY, M lust., will be sold, at the foot of Ha? el
Htrcet, at 10 o'oloi-k,
500 bbl?. LIME, in lots to suit imivhasrrs.
Conditions cash on delivery. November 2
Groceries, Furniture, <Cv.
BY MeKAY AND CAMPBELL,
TO-MORROW, :td inst.. at 10 o'clock, will bo sold at our
salesrooms, Nos. 80 and &1 llasel-Htrcel, on account ?if
30 chests TEA, assorted qualities
30 barrels Mess Reef
Barrels Brandy, Gin, Whisky, kc
Parlor and Bedroom FURNITURE, in Mahogany, Ma
ple and Walnut; Mattresses, Curpcts, Stoves, Centre Ta
bles, kc, kc.
Conditions cash. November 2
Under Foreclosure of Mortgage, bg co)tsent <g'
BY JAMBS L. ?ASTT ?Si SON.
THIS DAY, the 2d inst, at the Exchange, Broad-street,
will b?! ottered, ot 11 o'clock,
AU that LOT OP LAND, with the two story DWELL
ING HOUSE thereon, situated in Henrietta-street, in tin;
City of Charleston, and known by tho Number 21. The
HOUW contains four upright rooms. The Lot measures
24 feet in front by 102 feet In depth, be tho saino more or
less. Upon the premises are kitchen, stables, on?! all
necessary caet-hiitlding.-i. Sold nudur foreclosure of mort
gage, by consent of partu?
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay J. L. O. k Son
for papers. November 2
BY LAVREY Si ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, tho 2d instant, will be sold in front of
our Sales Rooms, Nos. 140 and 142 Meeting-street, at
1 light Spring Cart
2 pair Buggy .?-hafts
1 pair Buggy Wheels
1 Ladies' Gold Watch
2 Silver Watches.
Conditions cash. Noveniber 2
Roots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, ?4ft
BY MILES DRAKE.
Will sell Tills MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at my Store,
comer King and Liberty-streets,
48 pairs MEN'S BUFE BALMORALS, 9 to 13
72 pairs Men's Bull Balmorals, ? to 10
48 pairs Men's Creole D. H. Congress Boots
tiO pairs Men's French Calf (sewed) Congress Boots
48 pairs Men's Buff Brogana
iii) cartoons Ladies' and Misses' Congress Gaiters
75 cartoons Children's Gaiters and Bootees.
A general assortment of DRY GOODS AND CLOTH
ING, Just received by steamers Starlight and Emily B.
Souder, and to bo sold without reserve. Also, a fine
Milch Cows and young Caires, Horses.
BY CLIFFORD Si M vr ill-'\V K,S.
TO-MORROW, the 3d lnetant, at 11 o'clock, at anction,
in the yard northwest corner of Vanderhorst nn?l
Eight MILCH COWS and young CALVES? among them
are good milkers and beef cattle.
One large Draft Horse and two Saddle Ponies.
Terms cash. Novembe r 2
Handsome and well-kept Furniture, French and
East india China, Cut Glass, Carpets, ?Co.
BY CLIFFORD AND MATIIEWES.
Will be sold, on MONDAY next, ??th November, at Uio
residence northwest corner of Vanderhorst and Thom
as-streets, at lOji o'clock, ' *
Elegant Mahogany DINING TABLES, Mohair and Cane
scat Chairs, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bctlsteads. Wash
stands, Wool and Moss Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bed
Clothes, Blankets, kc
French China Dinner, Dessert, and Tea Set
French and East India Tea and Coffee Sets, Out Glass
Dishes, Tumblers, ami Wineglasses, Knives, kc
Velvet-pile, Brussels, Ingrain, and Scotch Carpets (but
little used), Damask Curtains, Cornices and Window
Shaees, Kitchen Furniture, and such other articles as
are essential to housekeeping
Terms cash. Articles to be removed immediately after
sale. wfsm4 November 1
W. H. KIDD & CO.,
Commission and Produce Merchants,
ISTo. 112 East Bay.
LIQUORS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT :
4 CASKS BRANDY
10 barrels Bourbon Whisky
10 barrels Rye Whisky
50 barrels XXX Whisky.
Tho above lot of LIQUORS we are author?ed to
ellsposc of at New York prices.
\V. II. KIDD Si CO.,
November 1 No. 112 EAST BAY.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FINE CLOT? HOUSE,
HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 169 MEETING-STREET,
NO. 270 KINO-STREET,
CORNER OF HASEL,
C I_ __ IR. L B.S X O _*T , ? - O -
"JOHN W. CALDWELL,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTABLISHED
himself In the City of New York, solicit? from his
friends orders for Merchandise and consignments of
Cotton, Rice and other produce. Particularr attentiera
wUl be paid to tho ptu'chase and salo of Sonthorn Becari
Ues. Bank BUI?, Ac. JOHN W. OALDW-LL,
I October 20 U*m Imo*
<' - ./(..../>/ ?; , ttl State of Sout'i Carotina
f.,.., ,.. ,< > .> :.
IIV ,1011m *- . KI<?l<i<tS -Si CO.
Tills DAY, Hi.- ad instant, ..t 11 uYloeft, at tin- K.t
I aiigi.*, iitiiin!i.:,!y l : -I ?r.lu ?. Reel f.-tato,
UN SHAKES CHARL1-STON GAS ?P. STOCK.
?.CITONS OF Till: STATE ur SOUTH CAROLINA.
EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CITY SIX i ER
Condition*? cmli. Noveir.? 2
A '.*?;*.'/ iJcuii-oiili- Hnildino l^-t :,,. Vkarfotu, war
Meeting-street, ol Aiuiim,,
IIV JOHNS, ttitms AMI CO.
THIS DAY, tin* -'?I of November, .it tin? K_*.'hangl-,
Ilriiud-xtr?a?, will 1? ?old,
That very desirable BUILDING LOT, situated on tho
south **S-? of eharlotte-atr? ? t, lirst viioant Lot east oi
Mcvtlng-Ht-reet, iiiemturing and containing in iront Jiffy
three feet, and In dentil t>?? hundred and tieelvsjtct, iiiofo
This is an admirable Building Lot, on a high ri.li-? ol
groiiinl, In a lunltliy und conv. nient location, and Is one
of tlit* nest Building Lots in tin? City.
Conditions?Ono-thlrd cosh; balance In one and two
years, secured by boml and mortgage. Purobascr to pay
for papers._ November i
A Lease of a detiraUe Fanant Auction.
MY J?I?V S. ItlVUS AM) CO.
THIS DAY, tho 2d of November, at the Exchange,
Broad-street, will be leased,
That DESntABLE FARM, containing flfluoo aerea o?
high, dry land, and four acres of low, with lint- landing
on Ashley Hiver, und a good dwelling thereon, coiituin
i 111 * four upright rooms, and requisito out-biiildiiigs, all
in good order. The land is very productive for market
gardening, and is well known us MACBETH _ FARM,
1totted at the foot of Grovt'-strtet. near the Race Course.
Tbis is a line Farm, and to an ?.-uterpriuing person w?l.
Terms made known at sale. Purchaser to pay for pa
lier?. November '?
Lease tff a Tiro story RtccSing, in Nassau street,
IIV .KMIV f. UK.'CS v_ CO.
THIS DAY, the 2d November, at 11 o'clock, at I lie Ex
clu?*.ge. Broad street, will be sold,
A LEASE FOR THIRTEEN MONTHS OF
that TWO-STORY WOODEN HOUSE, No. 3I?,
cast side of Nassau street, containing six
? Rooms. The front Room is tn-w ooeilpiixl ?is an
eery Store. The tintine i*. convenient, with ampio
Lot for all domestic purposes.
Conditions mude known ou day ol sale; the. purchaser
to pay for papers. November 2
House and Lot in Kim/streit, at Auction,
BY .1 v?>. i, I(k;(;s & CO.
THIS DAY, tho 2d ol November, at 11 o'clock, at
the Exchange, Broad-street, will be sold.
That two story WOODEN HOUSE, No. 18
King-street, cast side, nearly opposite I.&inboB
slreot; contains four rooms, the front one used
_.as a Store. Tho house in old and out of rejialr.
The Lot measure? twenty-two feet on King-ntr? ct a?
one hundred feet in depth, more or less, and is v.duublo
as an investment. The property at present in yielding a
good rent in its present condition.
Conditions?One-third cash-, balance in one and two
years (or all cash), secured by bond and mortgage. Pur
chaser to pay for papers. November _
A comfortable Tiro Story Wooden Rtr filing in
America-street, and. two Raiding Lots adjoining,
BY .1 NO. S. HI-OS & CO.
THIS DAY, the 2d November, at 11 o'elork, at the Ex
change, Broatl-street, will be sold.
That comfortable TWO-STOHY WOODEN
DWELLING, No. 17, West eldo of America.
street, containing 4 goo?\ rooms, piazza, kitchen
tand stable, in tiuc order. Tho lot measure*!
"17 foot front on America-street, and 100 feet in depth,
more or less.
Tbc VACANT LOT adjoining the above to the South,
measuring 29 feet front by 7.1 feet deep, more or less.
Tho VACANT LOT adjoining tho above to Uu: South,
measuring 29 feet front by 73 feet deep, more or less.
Conditions?One-third cath ; balance in one. and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage, the buildiugs to
be insured, tho policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers. November 3
Valuable Dwelling in Asfdou-strect at Auction.
BY J\0. S. RI6GS ?Si CO.
THIS DAY, the 2d November, at 11 o'clock, at the Ex
change, Broad-street, will be sold,
That desirable two-and-a-half slory WOODEN
RESIDENCE with slate roof. No. U8, cast side of
Ashley-street, between Spring and Caunon-sts.,
Lcontaining four square Rooms, Pantry, Dress
ing Room, and two fine Attics; with Piazzas fronting tho
south, and all requisite out-buildings and Stable.
This Dwelling lias been built within a few years past;
is In good order, with Gas in all the rooms, and tire
places In the attics; Is very conveniently arranged, and
the location is desirable and healthy. Pos3CHHlon given
The Lot measures no feet on Aohley-slrcot, and 120 feet
Conditions?Ono-third cash; balance In ono and two
years, secured by boml and mortgage; tho buildings to
be kept insured. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Dwellings for lient,
BY JOHN 8. ItlGGS & CO.
The two-story DWELLING, south sido o?
Tradd-strcct, No. 03, near to King-street ; con
tains four upright rooms, pantry and piazza,
twith cistern an?l requisito outbuildings. Pos
session given immediately.
The two and a half story DWELLING, northeast cor
ner of Radclifle and Coming-street; continua six rooms,
pantry and dressing room, with outbuildings. Posses
sion given Immediately. Apply at our otile?,
November 2 No. 4 8TATE-STREET . |
Resirable Heal Estate at Private Sale.
BY A. .T. SALIVAS.
At Private Sale, that commodious and eligibly
located three and a half Story WOODEN RESI
DENCE on Brick Basement, No. 11 Coming, be
_tween Wentworth and Beaufain-streets, con
taining 13 Rooms, large Kitchen, Stables, Cistern, and
every convenience for a large fatnily or a private board
ing house. Lot G7 feet front, by 150 feet depth.
That desirably located two and a half Btory WOODEN
(slate roof) RESIDENCE southeast corner Beaufain and
Wilson-streets; 6 Rooms, Pantry and Dressing Room,
Cistern, double Brick Kitchen, with every convenience
for a family.
That two and a half Story BRICK RESIDENCE, No.
70 Beaufain-strcct, north side, second door east of Pitt
street. 8 Rooms, Kitchen, _c.
Two Bniail HOUSES in Coming and Wentworth-streeta.
Apply as above, to A. J. SALINAS,
October 28 stuth No. 23 Vendue Range.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
Bookseller and stationer,
No. 285 KING-STREET,
OFFERS FOR SALE A LARGE COLLECTION OF
SCHOOL, THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANE
OUS BOOKS, Cap, Letter and Noto PAPERS, Blank
Books, Ink, _c. ...... , -
Teachers will bo furnished on liberal terms, and Coun
try Merchants supplied at the lowest market prices.
Factor, Commission! Merchant
O E 2>T E _=* -A. -_ .A-O-E-ST T_
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL COMMENCE ?UHINER-J
in this city on tho 20th Novembor, and wiB be
thankful for CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE, or any
business entrusted to blB care. R. H. COLCOCK.
"TURNING I_TURNING !
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
his former customers, and the public goncraUy,
that ho is carryinK on the above business at his resi
dence, in Cannon-street, near Smith. All order? prompt
ly attendod to, and at tho lowest prices. Old Billiard
J^jggr "* ruSC<lUttl "-?? SEIGNIOUS.
~ FREEMAN & PUNDT,
BoUcr-mokcrs, Blacksu?tlis, Machlu?sts aud
B0ILER8 AND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIP
TION BUILT AND REPAIRED.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS executed with ?lia
EAST END OH? PINCKNEY-STRBET.
Vinopi ids Fiikeuan.Arofin-os ! '. Puwdt.
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