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_CHaBLESTON DAILY NEWS....NOVEMBER 9, 1865.
Mansas. M. M. Quinn k BnoniKa, of the Up-Town
Newa Depot, Klng-strcct. bavo sent to us a large and
varied lot of late Northern wcokly and daily papors, re
ceived by tho Quaker City. Among the lot we notice the
Metropolitan Record, Budget of Fun, Yankee Notums, kc.
Quran has all the Southern country papers, as well as
Northern, for sale.
The E?mnirnisrNO and irr?pressible Buoo, newsdealer,
book-publisher, etc., etc., Market street, has laid upon
our table noar two dozen late ?billy and wcokly Northern
journals, which he received by steamship OuaJUr Cify.
Among onr friend's contribution, wo notice Frank Les
lif.'s New Monthly, the Illustrated London News, an ad
mirable number, having many splendid engravings ?
Harper's Weekly, having portraits of Minister Adams
nud Earl Russell ; the Boudoir, the IVaverly Magazine,
the Now ?ork Weekly, tho Sunday Mercury, oud a
quantity of dailies. Hu will please accept our thanks.
WjB ncottKT to learn, through a private letter from Hil
ton Head, that James BkHUXtt, late Captain U. S. N.,
was drowned on the 1st Instant, in attempting to cross
St. Helena Sound in a dug-out, Mr. Bennett's nume
rous friends in Philadelphia ami Washington will be ex
ceedingly p.iiucd to hear of his unfortunate death.
? 'Juiui.HM Dnivi.vu.? An aged Ohd respectable lady was
Oln. over on yesterday morning, at the intersection of
Market und Meeting atroots, by a whilo teamster, and
considerably injured. Fast riding and driving seems, at
present, to be very commun in our street?, and we bring
it to tho notice of the propor authoritios before a fatal
OOBOmBt't Inquest.? C. E. Kanapaux, Magistrate,
acting Coroner, held an inquest, yesterday, ou the body
of i\ colored child, named Francas Ann Brown, aged one
year. Verdict?"Visitation of God."
Iktobtant.?Tho following has been addressed tous,
und wc publish it for the information of tho public :
fJSAJtUS?OW, S. C, Novombor 15, I860.
Editors Daily News :
Please state, in your next Issue', that C. V. W. says
that auy one who chews tobacco, can't expect-to-rato
(expectorate) as a gentleman. CIVES.
At a meeting of the Stonewall Fire Company, held
last evening at the Hope Engine House, Uic following
officers were electeil for tho ensuing term :
THAD. C. JOWITT, President.
J. O. RENTIERS, Vice-Prcsideut.
3. B. BOINEST. Soorotary. . .
O. A. AIMAR. Treasurer.
THEO. A. PELOT, 1st Director.
?. II. MILLER, 2d Director.
A. PRINCE, 3d Director.
W. G. ARMSTRONG, 4th Director.
W. B. BURKE, IstAxiuau.
A. M. .OAVER, 2d Axman.
W. DoPONT, M.D., .Surgeon.
3. E. BURKE. Solicitor.
Rev. JOHN BACHMAN, Chaplain.
Tht. Southern Cums-rata Advocate.?Among the
many exchanges, which como to us pretty regularly,
thcro is one which we should give more attention to
than merely glancing over its contents, and selecting
from it what would be valuable to our owu paper. We
allude to the S'AUhern Christian Advocate, now priutcd
at Mocou, Ga., and which was published in this city for
years before the war; and, while its strongly wiittcn
articles bestowed much benefit upon the religious por
tion of tho community, it took a high stand wherever it
circulated, in consequence of the liberal feelings it dis
played. There is a tono nnd character in this publica
tion that bears a great contrast' to many which it has
been our lot to encounter, and which to us gives it a
soothing freshness when. we take it up. Tho last num
ber (October 2C), besides selections of a varied kiud, all,
however, breathing kiud.religion and pure morals, con
tains an editorial, headed "Peace," which is Worthy the
attcntivo perusal of all Christians, without reference
whatever to sect, or difference of mode of worship. It
is written for all, and the sontonoes there oxpressod
comes from a breast so expansive that it would know no
section of country, nor boundary to tho influences of
Uiat religion only which is to savo the souls of men. We
fervently desire that all in the Union may be impressed
thoughtfully with the language and spirit of this article,
and that It may tend greatly to promote the divine
blessing of "peace on earth." In tho same paper will
also be found a very interesting and pleasant letter from
the Rev. Dr. Summers, weU known and appreciated In
We may here say, that our paper, tho Daily Nkw8, is
now printed at the office which was built for, and oc
cupied for a long time by tho Advocate, and we hope,
sincerely, that the benign Influences which governed
those who contxolod the sentiments of that paper may
filil? exist within its walls, and spread tholr kindness
upon us, so that when we have Rvod as long aa it, wo
may be enabled to look around and point to as faw
Km GI.OVEA.?Ladies who beUove in "Jouvtn" will
please observe the advertisement of Mr. J. Qoodkop.
W. H. Kidd.?Attention is called to the low price of
articles for sale by this gentleman at No. 112 East Bay.
P.embi; Cobia k Co.?A splendid supply of groceries
are advertised by this gentleman, which ?o would ad
vise dealers to examine at once.
Removal.?John A. Ajimstbono k Co. has removed
from the southwest corner of Markot and Mooting streots
to No. 08 Market-street, north side, as per advertisement.
Papeb Hanginob, of the most elegant patterns, can be
obtained at H. W. Kinsman's, No. 2T0 King-street?as
died lace and muslin curtains, of tho?rst quality, ?t \
I. Htm ah k Co.?A call upon those gentlemen, at No,
233 King-etreet, will show that they have as fine a lot of
neckties and felt hats as can be found In tho city.
-. _M?+ C. C. PETKnsi?Thii latiy, w.ho has been so long
-catering, in tho most tastefi? manner, for the sex, is
still engaged, at No. i George-street, in stamping, em
*'J. N. Robson.?See his advertisement of Twine, Rope,
Bice, Tobacco, Starch, and Oanahurga, which he seUs at
No. G2 East Bay, at as reasonable rates as can be ob
Gboroe Hunekkn.?This gentleman has entered into
the Auction and Commission boalnoos at No. IB Vendue
Bange, where be will also deal in Groceries, kc, at
Wheeled, k Wilson's Sswrtfa MAonnru.? Kdoeu
TON Jt Richaud?, as formerly, aro the Agent? of this
wonderful machine, which is so popular la all establish
ment? where much sowing la to be done.
Wk would request attention U> the auction sales by
Jonti S. R?aos k Co., advertised in to-day's lsane as tak
ing placo this morning, at 11 o'olock, at toa Exchange,
Broad-street. Two dwellings, a farm, and a building
lot comprise tho valuablo property which will bo offered.
William Mabsciixb k Co.?This firm, at No. 78 East
Bay, always has in store, and is constantly receiving, a
fine supply of groceries of every kind, which oen be ob
tained of them at moderate prices. We would suggest
to doaloro an examination of their goods, which are of a
No. 1 quality. Bee advertisement.
BnOKBB, AUCTtOMRKU AND COMMISSION MBHOHAHT.?
Col. Fsancis Lance publishes a card in.our paper, In
forming tho public that he has resumed bosineaa In this
Une, at No. 33 Queen street, and solicits patronage. The
Tears that the Colonel has devoted to tais partioular
branch has given him an experience that would moke it
advantageous to any one who may wish the services of
an auctioneer or broker to call upon him, either for ad
vice, attend to sales, or any other matter within his
A Hor.?It wUl be perceived that a hop is to bo given
at the Four MUo House, or Oak Grove, on Monday eve
ning next At this season, a trip to this delightful spot
wlB be rory pleasant, and wo have no doubt tho party
WUl be large, and the occasion a very gay one. Tho host
of Uie establishment is of that mirthful mood that he al
ways spreads b.-ipplness around htm, and we arc satisfied
that it will be a joyous timo with all who attend.
Duoks and TunsHYS.?As the sporting season is at
hand, and wild fowl are more than abundant, we would
bring to the notice of those who indulge in bogging
through morasses and swimming crocks, with a heavy
"Mant?n" and twelve pound* of shot attached, thot
Messrs. Haut k Co., at the corner of King and Market
streets, havo the things on liand by which they may en
PoocHEn k Hrnuy.?A copartnership having been
entered into between these two gentlemen for tbo carry
ing on of a Ocncrol Commission business, and dealing
in Gram. Hay, and othor producn, we would say that,
known in tho .community as they arc for energetic,
stirring, bnaluoBs men, wo presume that alibend patron
age will bo bestowed upon thorn by the community,
which wo are satisfied they weU deserve.
W. H. Chavkk.? Tho rapid manner la which this
gentleman has recuperated sine?! the uro is woudorful.
and his store, at No. 205 Fast Bay, filled u it is with the
best of everything in his liue. Is nn evidence of what
energy and a stout heart Uko hia can do. To th?jse who
pino aud grieve after misfortune, we would Miggvvt ar
example Uko Mr. ChaFee, who pursued tho opposite
course, and who has to-day, as hi.i advertisements will
show, a finer stock ol goods than ever.
P Aschidald awrdx.it Co.?On referring to our columns
this.moruing.au advertisement of large quantities of
Rood? of superior quality wUl be seeu, as now bnlng on
hand in the spacious establishment of this firm. The
largo business done by these gentlemen shows the ap
preciation entertained by tho people, not only of th?ir
valuable stock, but also of tho satisfactory manner in
which their affairs oro attended to, nnd the great regard
paid to the wonts of customors. Tho proprietors and
asestante of this store moke it an item of importance
always to gain tbo best wishes of visitors through
courtesy and politcnesa.
One Bottlb Did it.?That is the expression of many
who have had their grey hair restored to its natural
color, and their bald spot covered with hair, after using
one bottle of Mrs. 3. A. ABen'a World's Hair Restorer
and Hair Dressing. It is not a dye; it can do no harm.
Every one who has usod these preparations speak loud
in their praise. If you wish to restore your hair as in
youth aud retain it through Ufe, without delay procuro
these preparations. AU Druggists keep them.
BANK NOTES. GOLD AND GOVERNMENT SECU
RITIES. Also, BONDS AND COUPONS.
Apply to L. GAMBR1LL. Banker.
Outobor 24 lnio. No. 7 Broad-stn.-ot.
diiQAAA IN GOLD. BY :
H??I/?U P. H KEOLER,
Banker, corner of King and Uasel-BtrceU.
Exchange on New York and Liverpool.
171XCHANOE ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
i for sale In sums to suit purchasers.
Gold, Silver Coin, and Hank-notes bought and sold.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
JT November 3 6 Merchants) and Bankers.
THE EXERCISES OF MY SCHOOL. AT WILLING
TON. AbbcvUlo District, will bo resumed as early
in the next year as circumstances will permit.
November 7 . 0 OCTAVIUS T. PORCHER.
MONS. BEROER INFORMS niS PATRONS THAT
he has resumed his tuition in DANCING. Mons.
B. is too well known to require ony comment. For par
ticulars', apply at No. 202 MEETING-STREET, opposite
Citadel Greon. thm7* - October 26
MISS PIVRDEN'S SCHOOL FOR
West end of Onlhoun-street.
HE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL COM
menos (D. V.) on MONDAY, Gtti last.
November 2 thstu6
ON THE 15TH OF NOVEMBER MRS. HOPSON
PINCKNEY wUl open a SELECT SCHOOL for
Young Ladies, at her residence, centre house Aiken'e
Row, where instruction will be given in ail the branches
of a thorough English Education and In the Modern
Languages. For terms and other particulars, apply as
above. lmo October 19
CLASSICAL. SCHOOL POR YOUNG LADIES.
THE REV. DB. LORD PROPOSES TO OPEN A CLAS
SICAL SCHOOL, for a limited number of young
ladles, ha the Lecture Boom of St. Paul's Church, Rad
cJiffeooro', on the first Monday of November next.?
French and German without additional charge.
Dr. LORD begs leave to refer to tho RL Rev. T. F.
Davis, tho Rev. Dr. O. HaockeJ, the Hon. Wm. Alken,
Dr. Ellas Horlbeek. Dr. W. T. Wragg. Gen. Jos. Simons,
sad O. U. lire witter. Eaq. October 28
CLASSICAIi ANO ENGLISH SCHOOL FOR
ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, MR. W. C. HYNDS,
late Principal of the Pondleton Female Seminary?
having had eight yoars' experience in teaching?pro
poses opening a select School of high grado for boys, in
tho npaclous room over Store No. 313, west side of King
street, few doors north of Wentworth.
The Courses pursued in this School are: Classical,
Philosophical, English and Mathematical. Tho system
of instruction employed is a combination of the Analyti
cal and Synthetical.
. Young ladles desiring private Instruction In any of the
above named .Courses, or in. BcJles-Lc tires, can be ac
commodated at their respective residences, evory after.'
noon, between 3 and G o'clock.
Trustees of the Pondleton Female Seminary; Gov. B.
F. Perry, Rev. C. O. Plncknoy, Rev. T. 8. Arthur, Bev.
Andrew Cornish, Dr. J. Moultri?;, Oo?. Richard DoTro
viUe, Otis Mills, Esq./' George Robortson, Esq., BenJ.
Parker, Eaq..6* ' _November 8
T>VBLIC .'WEIGHER'S OFFICE, MAR
Jr KET8TREET;- CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER C,
1865.?The attention of Coal Dealers is requested to the
City Ordinance regulating the sale of Cool by weight:
It shall not be lawful for any person to sell or In any
manner dispose of Coals within, the limits of this city
otherwise than by weight, at the rato of. two thousand
two hundred and forty pounds of the avoirdupoiao stan
dard to each ton. Tho Cortincate of the Publlo W?lghnr
shall be delivered, with the Coals, to, the purchaser be
foro tho carts containing the samo shall be unloaded. If
any person shall soil, or in any manner dispose of Coals
which shall not be weighed upon one of the pubUc bal
ances proviouB to the aeUvery thereof, and on which %
suitable allowance shall not have been made, if tho cools
bo wet or damp, and which shaU not bo accompanied
with the Public Woighcr's Certificate, such person shall
forfeit tho Coals bo sold, and la addition pay for each
offence the sum of fifty dollars.
Tho Seals at the foot of Market-street and tho Calhoun
street Scale aro ready for pubUc service,
JNO. t. GAILLARD,
November 6 Publia Weigher.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFIOB TO
No. 1?5 East Bay,
MACBETH & BOTST,
AxxoiuxnErsre at x/a.to-,
No. 41 IIROAIMITRICIST,
anAnr.KOTow, 0. o.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OODBT8 OF 71118
State, and also those ol tho United States, as also
the Conrt of Claims at Washington, D. O.
November 9 _ S*
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES, FISH, ETC.,
No. 18 Vendue Range, Ctanrleston, 8. O.
N ovoBabsr 9 *
A. GRAND HOP
TO DE GIVEN AT TUE i
FOUR MILE HOUSE,
(KNOWN AS TUE OAK OROVE.J
ON MONDA T, TUF. 13ni INST. THE PLEASURE
of your cimpany is solicited by tho Propriotor.
? ARMY EMI
OFFICERS'SUPERFINE REGULATION FELT HATS,
Staff Cords for Officers' Unix, McCIullan DIuc Caps aud
Covors, Dine Fatigue Caps and ("overs, Navy Regulation
Blue Caim and Catan, old style Navy Uluo Caps ond
Covers; together with all the lat?:*.t "Nobby" and "Nat
tlo" styles of PELT HATS, at
STEELE'S " HAT HALL,"
KING--5T.. OPPOSITE MERCHANTS HOTEL.
November 9 thni2
No. ?10 KING-STREET,
ONE imoit SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET
THERU11SCHIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED. ON CON
SKINMENT. un invoice or
which he oflen? to dealers at LOW PRICES, consisting in
pa?t an follow* I
200 SATINET PANTALOONS, low-priced
150 Satinet Pantaloons, flue
150 Black Oasslmorc Pantaloons, flue
150 Fancy Cnsslmere Pantaloons, flno
160 Xwtod Frock Coats, low-priced
50 Fancy Melton Cloth Coats, low-priced
100 Black Cloth Dress Frock Coat?
50 Boavor Over-Coats, assorted
DO Super Over-Coats, assorted.
Uo Invites merchants from the country to call aud look
at this stock beforo purcbasiug.
November 0 0 AGENT.
420 KID CLOVES. 480
JOUVIN'S LADIES' KID GLOVES,
BLACK AND PLAID SILKS
POPLINS AND FRENCH MERINOES
White and Colored Flannels
Lndlos' Drab Pelisse Cloth, SI.50
Grey and White Blankets. At low price?.
No. 420 RING-STREET,
November 8 2* Three doors South of Culhoun.
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. CrPETERS,
No. <L Creorce-atreet, nein? Anson.
Stamps, Embroideries and Braidings
. ON EVERY VARIETY OF MATERIAL.
Novorobor 8 lmt
JUST RECEIVED. THIRTY CASES OF THE ADOVE
Goods, suitable for parlors, dining-rooms, halls,
P. S.?Experienced workmen are cm?1' to hang
H. W. KINSMAN,
November 8 2_No. 279 KING-STREET.
LADE AND HIN CURTAINS.
JUST RECEIVED. THREE HUNDRED PAIRS OF THE
Novembor 8 3 No. 279 KrNG-8TREET.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
EDGERTON at RICHARDS HAVE RESUMED THE
Agenoy of the Improved WHEELER k WILSON'8
HIGHEST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES, and are
now prepared to All orders, as heretofore, at the Manu
The well-known and acknowledged superiority of
these Machines over aU others for manufacturing and
household purposes insures to those in want of such an
articlo of household economy that, In obtaining one of
those, they wUl secure a Machine adapted to all kinds
of family sewing, and to tho use of seamstresses, dress
makers, tailors, manufacturers of shirts, collars, skirts,
cloaks, mantillas, clothing, hats, caps, corsets, ladies'
boots and shoes, Unen goods, umbrellas, parasols, Ate.
They work equally well upon silk, linen, woolen, and
cotton goods, with silk, cotton, or Unen thread. , They
will seam; quilt, gather, hem, fell, cord, braid; hind,
and perform any species of sowing, making a beautiful
and perfect stitch, aliko on both sides of the article
sewed. EDOERTON k BICHAR DS,
November 8 Nos. 32 and 34 Broad-street
8MTTH A WESSON'S REVOLVER
SHARP'S BREEOH-LOADLNQ REVOLVER
CAPS, SHOT AND POWDER.
For salo at
HART & CO.,
CORNER KINO AND MARKET 8TS.
November 8 3
8Cn00L AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
Bookseller and Stationer,
No. 285 KINCr-STHEET,
OFFERS FOR BALE A LARGE COLLECTION OF
SCHOOL. THEOLOGICAL AND MI80ELLANE
0U8 BOOES, Cap, Letter and Note PAPERS, BUnk
Books, Ink, Ao.
Teachers will bo furnished on liberal terms, andCoun
try Merchants supplied at tho lowest market prices.
October 30 _ _th
JOHN W. CALDWELL,
TEE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTABLISHED
himself In the City of New York, solicits from bis
friends orders for Merchandise and consignments of
Cotton, Rice and other produce. Particular attention
will be paid to the purchase and axle of Southern Becarl
tl<v, Bank BUla, Ac fOHN Vf. OALD WELL,
October 30 turn lino?
Roots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' Hals,
It V MILES DRAKE.
WU1 sell THIS MORNINO, at 10 o'clock, at my Store,
corner King and Liberty streets,
4 cases Oil pairs Men's Dull half W. DROU ANS
8 esses ll>'2 pairs Men's DutT hall W. & D. 8. Balmorals
G cases 120 ?mirs Men's Buff Congress Hoot?
4 cases 4? pairs Men a Cab* half W. & D. 8. Boots
10 cartoons 120 pairs Ladies' Ooot D. S. Balmorals
100 Mios and Children's Congress and Balmorals
Pieces Uroadcloth, CaBslmcrcs, Tweeds, 6-4 Melton Cloth
Batlnots, English ?>n?l French Merino
Scotch Plaid, Whlto and Orcy Flannels
Scarlet Plaid Solferino, pr*. Wliltncy aud Grey Blankets
Men's Wool Huli-llov,
Ladles* Missoh' und Child's Wool Hose
Doz. White and Orcy Undershirts oml Drawers, very
Lads', dents', and Children's Linon Gloves
AU-Wool Shawls, long and square
llroclie Shawl?, lt.ilmoml Skirts, Hoop Skirts
Men's Caasimere l'onts, Cloth Hats, Ac. .
200 Ladies' Straw and Felt HATS, latest styles.
1?Y MILLIGAN At SON~.
THIS DAY, flth iiiHtunt, at our Store, No. 20 Vendue
Range, at 10 o'clock, we wiU sell,
An assortment of Furniture
Stoves, Table and Pocket Knives
Shoots, Clothing, Clock?, Shoes, Ac., kc.
Chee.tr, Shoes, Crockery and Fancy Goods.
UY K. IIL'NT & SON. '
THIS DAY, the 9th inst., at 10 o'clock, in our Sales
Room, No. 17 liaync-streot, wlU bo sold,
12 CHEEHE, slightly damaged
CO cases and cartoons Men's and Women's Shoes
Sundry lets open Crockery and Class
Lots Fancy Ooods, Misses' and Children's Fancy Hats
Tablo and Po?^kct Knives, Scissors, Shears, ke.
1 Gravar A- H.-ikor Sewing Machine in good or?ler.
With lots of other articles too numerous tu mention.
Unlimited articles received up to hour of sale.
Conditions cash. November !)
BY ?. ,\ Kit 11.1. IJeWITT.
Will be sold THIS DAY, November Oth, at Chisohn's
Mill, west end of Tnublstrcet, at 12 o'clock, M.,
"12,000 CYPRESS SHINGLES.
Thoy can bo treated for nt private side until 11 A. M.
Novenibor D 1*
Mules and Cow.
BT MeKAY ?Si CAMPBELL.
THIS DAY, 0th inst., wilL be sold, n.1 . i:r Stores, Nop.
80 and 82 Hasel-street, at l" ? clock,
?- young WORK 1K0LRS
1 Cow. '
Conditions cash on ?lellvcry. Novcmbor 0
Lookinq Glasses, ?ulleru, ?fce.
M.-KAY A Ml CAMPBELL'
Will sell, TO-MORROW, 10th lust., at 10 o'clock, at llicir
Sales Rooms, Nos. 80 and 82 Hanoi-street,
23 dozen LOOKING GLASSES (GUt Frames), assortod
Knives aud Forks, Pocket Knives, Scissors. Pistols
Razors, lla/.or Strops, Portmonies. Pocket Wallets
Perfumery, Soaps, Jewelry, A-c, Ac.
Two crates assorted CROCKERY.
Conditions cash. November 0
Asfiiqned Furniture and O?ce Desks.
BY ni.-'ii. a v am? < \.iii-m .1.1..
TO-MORROW, 10th lost., at 10 o'clock, will ho Rold, at
our Sales Rooms, Nos. 80 and 82 HoBol-strcet,
MAHOGANY BOFAS, Lounges, Hair Scat Chairs
Mahogany Tables, Mahogany and other Bedsteads
Largo Mirrors, Bureaus, Whatnots, Carpets, Rugs
MottressoR, Colored Engravings, in frames
Plated sets Tea Service, Plated Forks
Largo Bar Room Screen, Tumblers, Ice Houses, Ac.
Portion being usslgued estate of Tivola Garden Res
I bale COTTON
1 double-barrel Shot Gun
C Oillee Desks, singlo and double.
Conditions cash. November 0
BY T. SAVAGE Ill.VWAItl? & SONS.
WiU sell, TO-MORROW. 10th inst. at our ornee, No.
123 l'jutt Day, at 10 o'clock, a variety of articles.
Largo assortnu-ut of LOUKINU-GLASSES, varions
Yankee Notions, consisting of Buttous of various
Cases Bourbon Whisky
10 ferkins Bnttcr
Cases Canned Tomatoes
Cases Canned Veal
Cases Canned Beef
Cases Canned Mlron Mustard
Fineeut Chewing Tobacco
Brown Windsor Soap
And a variety of other articles.
Regular Auction days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Unlimited artlclos received on each sale day.
]>ircllina House at Auction'.
BY SIMONS de PORO.
W?1 be ?old at-. on TUESDAY, the Mlh Inst., at 11
o'clock A. M.,
The three-story WOODEN RESIDENCE, No. 41 Cal
honn-Btreet, midway between East Hay and Middle
streets. The House ?iah six square Rooms and Dressing
Room, Kitchen. Cistern, and atablo and Carriage House.
Lot 47 by 96 fe.it. Pitrchators to pay 8. & F. for papers.
For terms, apply at No. 90 HASEL-STREET.
November 9 *
REPUBLICATION BRITISH REVIEWS
THE SUBSCRIBER HA8 RESUMED THE AGENCY
for tho RepubUcatlou of the LONDON QUARTER
LY, EDINBURGH. WESTMINSTER, and NORTH BRIT
ISH REVIEWS, and BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.
Terms: One Review, $4 per annum; two Roviews, $7;
throe Reviews, $10; four Reviews, $12; Blackwood, $4;
Blackwood and ono Review, $7; B'.ackwood and two
Reviews. $10; Blackwood and three Reviews, $13; Black
wood aud four Reviews, $15. Payai/? inrariotly in
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
November 9 ths4 No. 285 King-street.
REOPENING OF THE
STAR ARIBROT?PB GALLERY,
Corner of King and Market streets.
Ambrotypes at 50 cents each.
IN FINE CASES PROPORTIONABLY LOW.
November 4 lmo
VERY FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
( CARTES DE VISITE ),
OF BHJHOFS QDTNTARD AND ATKINSON, FROM
life, can be had, wholesale, and retail, at
No. 704 Arc'.-street, Philadelphia.
US' Singlo copies sent by mall on receipt of 20 cents
and stamp. Also, CARTES OF OEN. GRANT.
November 3 12
~HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
mHE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
I citisons of Charleston that he has just opened a
nuo assortment of HATS AND CAPS FOR GENTS AND
A well selected stock of HATS FOR MISSES AND
CHILDREN. Tho goods have been soleo ted with great
care for this establishment, and wiU be offered at tho
lowest market prices.
Tho pubUo are invited to call and euunlna my stock
before purchasing elsowhore.
O. H. JOHNSON,
No. 369 nUig-Btroot, opposite Hoaol-at.
fl. N. BROWN, formorly of Williams k Brown, w?l bo
pleased to soo his friends at this establishment.
November % thxtuB*
WILL BB HAPPY TO ATTEND PROMPTLY TO
the sale and purchaao of LANDS, STOCK AND
PRODUOE of every description, at the Urge Warohouso
In Queen-street, known as Yates', No. 83. He solicits
patronage, and promlsoB atrict attention to the business,
in which bo has tboeiporlouoe of many years. Proluoe
rtMired on storage. lmo November 9
City of Charleston Sir Per Cent. Stock and State
BY JNO. S. RlUCtS ?Si CO.
THIS DAY, tho 9lh inst., at 11 o'clock, at the Exchange.
Broad-street, will bo sold previous to the sale of Roa!
SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS IN CITY SIX PER
NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY DOLLARS INSTATE
SOUTH CAROLINA COUPONS.
Conditions cash. November '.?
[ctwnomsn at last kale on account or wkather.|
A Comfortable Two Story Wooden Dwelling in
Anicriea-street, and Tico 'Building f-ot* adjoining,
MV JOHN S. RIGGS ?Si CO.
THIS DAY. tin? 9th November, at 11 o'clock, at tho
Exchange, itroad-street. will be sold.
That comfbrtablo TWO STORY WOODEN
DWELLING, No. 17, west side cf America
street, contaJniUK four good rooms, piazza,
Lkitolicn and stable, in tin?, order. TIM lot
measures 37 feet frout ou America-street, and 100 feet iu
depth, inoro or h-ss.
The VACANT LOTadfotnlUR Ihr above to tho south,
liicaBUrtut; '29 feet frout by 73 net deep, more i>r lews.
The VACANT LOT adjoining Iheiibovc to the south,
measuring 21) feet front Uy 73 foet dtiep, inore or less.
Conditions?Oik third cash; balance iu one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage; the buildings to
be insured and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for
papers. November '.?
[rOBTTONF.D AT U\ST HALE ON ACCOUNT OK WKATItEK.J
A Lease of a Desirable Farm at Auction.
IIV .IOII.V 8. RIGGS ?Si CO.
THIS DAY, the 9th November, at the Exchange,
Broad street, will be leased.
That DESIRABLE FARM, containing afteen acres of
high dry land, and tour acres of low, with n fino landing
ou AruIcv River, and a goo? I Dwelling theroon, coutain
ing four upright Rooms and requisite outbuildings, aU
in goo<l order. Tb? land in very productivo for market
Burdening, and is well known as MACBETH'S FARM,
situated at the foot ol Grove street, near the Race
This is a fine Farm, and to an enterprising porsou will
Ueruis made known at sale. Purchaser to pay for
papers._ November 9
[RPRMMJCD AT LAST KAl.K ON ACCOUNT Of WKATHMl.]
A Ver?j Desirable Building IM in Charlotte near
Meeting-street, at Auction.
BY .IOII.V S. RIGGS Ot CO.
THIS DAY, the 9th of November, at tho Exchange,
Broad-street, will be sold.
That very dcsirablo BU1LDINO LOT, mtuatod on the
Houth side of Charlotte-street, first vacant lot east ot
Meeting-streot ; measuring and contaiuiag in front lifty
tlirce leet, and hi depth ouo hundred and twelve feet?
more or less.
This is an admirable building lot, on a high ridge of
ground. In a healthy and convenient location, and is ono
ol the best building lots In the city.
Conditions?One third cash; balance lu one aud two
years, secured by bond aud mortgage. Purchaser to pay
for papem. November 9
[rOSTl'ONF.D AT LAST |U| ON ACCOUNT OK THK. WK.VTHEK.)
Valuable Diccllinn in Ashle'/slreei ot Auction.
UY .JIVO". S. RIG'GS ?^ CO.
THIS DAY. tho 9th November, at 11 o'clock, at tho
Exchange, Itroad-street, will he Bold,
That desirable two and-u-hulf story WOODEN
RESIDENCE With sUito roof, No. 8B, east side of
Ashley-street, between Spring and Cannon-sts.,
_containing fonr untura Rooms, Pantry, Dress
ing Room, and two line Attics; with Piazzas fronting the
south, and all requisite out-buildings and Stable.
This Dwelling has been bmlt within a fe.w years paflt;
is iu good order, with Gas'iu all tho rooms, and ?re
places In the attics; I? very conveniently arranged, and
tho location is d?sirable and healthy. Possession given
The Lot measures 3d fcet on Ashley-street, and 1G0 feet
Conditions?Oue-thlrd cosh i baiauce in one and two
3'cars, secured by bond and mortgage; tho buildings to
be kept Insured. Purchaser to pay lor papers.
Handsome New Carpets.
BY I.AlltKY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 9th lust., will be sold, infour Sales Rooms,
Nos. HO and 142 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock,
l handsome new Brussels carpet
1 handsome new Velvet Medallion Carpet.
Conditions cash. _ Novomber 9
BY liAl'KKV ?ft ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the Oth instant, Will be sold in our Sales
Rooms, No. 140 aud 142 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock.
TWO CASES OF SUNDRrE9.
COJUMltM OF :
SATIN KTS, Cassimeres, Flannels, Woolen Shirts and
Drawers, pairs Blankets, doz. Handkerchief:), doz. Hose,
Hats, pieces Linen, Balmoral Skirts, Merinos, Alpacas,
Counterpanes. Black 8ewiug Silk, Suspondera, Paper
Collars, Playiug Cards, KUUktulck Tobacco, Hammers,
Hatcbots, Ac., Ac, Ac.
ONE TRUNK, containing piscos BLACK SILK TRIM
MING, Embroidered Collars, Mohair Laco, Woolen
Stockings, Buckskin Gauntlets, Chemisettes, Coiffures,
Laco Sleeves, Head Dresses, Ac, Ac, Ac
Conditions cash. November 9
TO BE SOLD. FOR CASH, THREE HUNDRED BAR
RELS ot Superior R03EDALE. Weight per barrel.
300 lbs. In one or more lots, to suit purchasers. For
particulars, address MERCHANT, Charleston Hotel.
November 9 _2*
TEN BALES FOR 8ALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR
CHASERS, of extra quaUty, heavy Sea Island, for
cash. For particulars address MERCHANT,
November 9 2* Charleston Hotel.
WOOD ! WOOD !
PINE WOOD FOR SALE AT NO. 7 STATE-STREET,
and No. C63 KING-STREET, at |2.80 per cord, at
the Four Mile Curve, ou tho Plank Road, in lots to suit
purchasers. Apply as above.
November 9 thstu3 _
JUST RECEIVED A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND TEA SETS, which wo
offor ior sale at New York Prices, at CORNER EAST
BAY AND ADGER'S WHARF.
November 8 2 POND A DUNCAN, AgonU?.
1 r\ CASES QQttmaaJtO MILK. FOR SALE, LOW
l_\J at tho CHARLESTON STORE, No. 312 King
street, ono door below Society-street.
Novembor 7 tuths3* FURBER k PERRY.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
ff>A M FEET jpiSTS AND SOANTLING.,
??A) For sale by JAMES RAYENBL.
November 8 . , 2* Venuing'o Wharf.
QA PAIR A8SORTED 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42
OKJ INCH. For sale by
EDGERTON k RICHARDS.
November 8 3 Nos. 32 and 34 Broad-street.
rE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
Ills former customers, and tho public generally,
that he is carrying on tho above businosa at his real
donee, in Cannon-street, near Smith. All orders prompt
ly attended to, and at the lowest pricea. Old Billiard
Balis returned und colored equal to new.
October 31 tuthHl? __ F. P. 8EIGNI0US.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LHE
City, will contract for all kinds of HOUSE-BUILD
INO AND REPAIRING. W. H. ORUVEE,
Or at Dawsott & Blaokkah's, No. IT Broad-street.
Soptombor 7 _tuths
PORCHER & HENRY,
General Commission Merchants,
GRAIN, HAY and OTHER PRODUCE.
P. J. PORCHER will resume his formor business as
OHAELES W. HENRY wlh attend to the FACTO
FnaMOis J. Pononcn.Cdabxes W. lle.mii.
Exchange and Collection Office.
WILLIAM O. WHTLDBN k CO. HAVE THI8 DAY
associated with them In the abovo business Mr.
W. GEORGE GIRB8.
Gold and Silver Coin and Brafta on New York bought
COLLECTIONS entrusted to us wlB have attention,
and remittances promptly made.
WANTKD.-Ooorgla and South Carolina State Bonds.
Noremher 1 thmt