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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS...._?OVEMBER 15, 1865.
Mr. H. P. Ruoc.,Mail?.t-vtr<.t, hat our thanl.4 f-r files
oi New York weekly and daily r?per?, received by the
jtlAaiutV??. We observe amonir the lot Hary, r's Wot \.'y,
The Boudoir, and the Aniy ami Nary Journal.
Cohunt.u'h iNiiVr^r--.?C. E. RXnApaqx, Magistrato
mid Acting OOIoaCT, h?id :.n iuquost on yesterday, at
No. "Z? H? ni ietla sir? ?I, onjho body of Barth Field?,
frecdwomau. Verdict ?*r*?h-> Jury?"Died from epi
leptic fits"?shi being (nfcjeottO Uiem.
On Saturday laM, at No. 11 iTinccss street, ?m Ihc
bo?ly of Delia Frlolcau, frecdwomau. Verdict of tbe
Jury?" N?'ghvt, and not procuring medical attendance."
Darin?? Ro?a_?_.?At about halt-past 0 o'clock last
evening, while it was raining very hard, the shoe-store
of Mr. P. M. Sheridan, No. 74 King-street, was Matt-red
by two n?-grocs, whil?; ho was ob*e nt for a low minutes,
nnd cleared of all Uie boots and shoes which were put
for show in bis front store windows. Mr. BaU-RXDAtl
left his little daughter in charg?: of th" storo during his
ahort absence, but the scoundrel'--1 ushed in, and knock
ing her down, cousummated the robbery.
The Eclectic Magazine.?Mr. John Russell, our
literary friend on King-street, ho? again laid us under
obligation, by sending us the above-named valuable pe
riodical. This magazine has been well known for many
years, and highly prised, r.s it gives, in a compact form,
the best articles of tho ablest European periodical'--.
Nome of us have not the time to read .-ill thoBO magazines
_iid reviews, and a still larger number havo not the
means to procure them?cvou though blessed with
abundant leisure. To all such, the Eclectic offers just
what they want?Homer in a nut-thcR. It is neatly
gotten up, printed on good paper, mid evejy number
??mbellished with one ur more choice mezzotint engra
vings. The number for November has a fine picture oi
General Todtleuen, the RtKAtan Generalissimo during
ihc Crimean war.
? When the first sheets of "Our Mutual Friend" ap
peared in Europe nnd America, cii<l the name of the
work alone had come through th?: blockade to ur be
nighted Southerner*, many a wouhl-be critic took ex
ception thereat, maintaining that it was u*3grnmmatl<*.il.
and that Our Common Friend was whet Dicee.vs must
havo intended. We did not .clicvo that tho greatest
author of modern times could possibly havo fallen into
so grave nn crr?or, and took it for granted that the title
of Uie book must have been tlerivcd from a name given
to ono of the characters introduced, by another who
could employ tho appellation ?-?b propriety. We find
that wo were entirely correct in our surmise. The
name "Our Mutual Friend," Is applied to Rokc.sniith by
Mr. Boffin, a gentleman who employs a Mr. 8ilns Wegg,
'a literary man ioit*,*i a w?x>den leg," to read aloud to liim
at a crown a week, and who is lost in admiration of Mr.
Wegg, to whom "all print is open.*' The. nr.mi first ap
pears on tho slxty-Crst page of tho booh, from which
\ro quote :
"I may call him Oui* Mutual Friend," sai?1Mr. Boffin.
"What sort of a fellow is Our Mutual Frioud, now?"
Of course, tthc title of the book is token from this
?peech of Mr. Boffin, and is, th t refere, by no meint, in
correct or inelegant.
Bo.-aiD of M_5aof.rs or State Elecucss.-We would
oeil the attention of the members of ?his Boonl to a
r-oetlng to b? h?-ld et the WatCBJ ! HpJJ, thin ?_t?ravoa,
at half-past 4 o'clock.
Dealer? in Horres tkould ceriai__y pay ?'.lection to
the card of Mr. C. P. ?Ibter, who advertises sixteen
head of ai fine stock as ?an be found in tho country.
Those in wont of animals of the best kind had better
J. G-ouDHor.?This estahlishme-ct, at 420 King-street,
three doors south of C&lhouu, furnishes ?lry goods of all
kinds at remarkably cheap rates, a?, per advertisement.
The friends of Mr. James Rads wiU bo pleased to know
that ho is here, ready, as usual, to servo hie old friends.
iNliCBAXCK AND TnCST OOMTAyT OT CHABLEKTON.?
ThiB well known ami responsible company, the only
local oue in business now in Hila city, ban reopened it-i
old office, No. F Broad-str-ct, and is Issuing policies na
usual, on ncccuiinod-ting torra*?. Sec their ailvertise
We aiie pleased to welcome t:> tie city, after ? Ion?.*
ribs'juce dorn the scene 0. htr labors, Madame Vieron
Petit, who is about to resumo the exercises o:' her
S>'hool lor Young Ladies, at, No. 70 Broad-street. Mod
iano PETIT is assif ted by Mr?". WOTTOM?bo well known
to many of our fellow-citizens as an accompIlB-?nd and
fcuceessful IcaeheY. We are glad to sec such Institutions
?.gain going into operation ic our city.
Vox Sanien's Bazaar.? The re-opmlng of ihA npltn
did establishment, remembered with so xc*_ch affection
by old and young, wUl be hailed with greet delight by
all, now that the Christmas holidays arc approaching,
and presenta are anticipated. Besides tho fancy goods
mentioned in the advertisement, we are happy to see
articles of utility ar? also to be found at this store, and
we would suggest an early call by those who wish cither
the ornamental or useful, upon Mr. Von 8anten, at No.
290 Eing-street three doors bc3c"v Wept/worth.
Ornamental HAin WonK.?The Misses tt. ._ A. Abh
ton inform the ladies and gentlemen of Charleston,
through our paper today, that they execute all hinds of
ornamental and fancy Hair Work, and are prepared to
furnish any and all descriptions of it that may be re
quired. These ladles have been engaged in ll?a peculiar
branch of business in this commuuity for a long time,
nnd have achieved a high reputation for the nlc? ty and
beauty of their work, and have gained the esteem of the
public for their Industry and strict attention to the ar
duous profession which they arc employed in. Their
etore is at So. .03 KIng-stroct, opposite Burns' Lone.
TnE old established Bakery ot No. 115 Church
Rlrcet, which has been under the control of aomo of the
most experienced managers, and has been one of Uie
moat prosperous concerns in the city, hon lately been
leased by Mr. Jons* E. Schmid, formerly of Mount
Pleasant, whose reputation as a baker in unsurpassed.
He has, come into the city with a determination to use
the best efforts he possesses to please thoso of the com
munity who patronize hlin, and to sorvo them with
bread, cukes, and pantry of all kinds, of the finest do
cenption, and at greatly modified prices. He desires a
??Il and a trial on Use port of the public.
Leonard Arrixar'a Son.?Wa feel anxlouH to bring
the attention of all dealers in tobacco to tho advcrllsa
ment, in our New York columns, of this celebrated con
cern. There Is no way In which tho "weed" is naod, in
which it is not put up by this world-renowned houso In
the best and purest style; and It has gaiucd ita reputa
tion from th'5 fact that, whatever it has promised in
trade, it has always punctually fulfilled.
Thi; Washington Iron Worxi.?In tho New Yors
columns of advertisements, which our paper contains,
wUl be found o card of this largo and popular concern,
known as ono of tho most extensive establishments of the
kind at the North. Its business is immense, and sucli
perfect salUifactlon bos it given that it is always overrun
wlU? orden,, which it requires the most completo systen:
to ill! in time. It still continues Southern work ai
-? ? ?
High Approval.?Mrs. S. A. Allen lately received i
letter from a lady, stating that at the suggestion o!
numerous friends she purchased a bottle of Mrs. 8. A.
Allen'? World's Hair Restorer and ZylobUsamum, oi
Hair Dressing, and after vising a few times, her hair
which was ?pilte gray, was restored ta its youthful color!
and new hair wo? fast appearing. No lady's toilet li
complete without those preparations. Every drurraiet
sells thcro. jf
New York-Philadelphia & Boston.
For -_c by P. H. KEGLER, Banker,
i'orncr of King anil Hf?ct-tr?Si>.
Also rolii'ctlons ma<l?.' on all the cities in the United
Slat.*?, C?indu. Nohhiui, ? *., A*c. Novembir ir?
THE HIGHEST PRICK
P. II. KEGLERS EXCHANGE OFFICE,
CORNER OF KING AND HA8_L-8TREETfl.
October 25 _ wfm
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE AT CURRENT HATES.
Apply to L. GAMBRILL,
November IS 1 Banker, No. 7 Broad-street.
BANK NOTES. GOLD AND GOVERNMENT 8ECU
RITI?S. Also, BONDS AND COUPONS.
Apply to I,. GAMBRILL, Banker,
October 24 lmo No. 7 Broad-sfrect.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK,
STERLING EXCHANGE WANTED.
JAMES ADOEB k CO., No. - Eaet Boy.
November 13 3
G I OLD AND SILVER COIN, GEORGIA RAILROAD
T and Ranking Company Notes, City of Augusta
Bonds. Apply to CONNER k WILSON,
Baiikon? and Brokers,
November 13 No. 5 Broad-street. '
NEW YOBK AND LIVEEPOOL
I EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL FOR
_ sale in sum- to suit purchasers.
GEO. W. WILLLAMS _ CO..
October 17 w-fl2 Merchants and Bankers.
GEO. W. WILLLIAMSft CO,
Merchants & Bankers,
' OFFER FOR SALE !
$100.000 c?to-kof ""*"*??
JJOO.OOO BONDS CITY OF AUGUSTA, SAVANNAH,
COLUMBUS, MEMPHIS and COLUMBIA.
9tr>0,000 BONDS SO. OA. RAILROAD COMPANY.
$SO,000 BONDS STATE OF VIRGINIA, "NO. CA.,
SO. CA., GEORGL., LOUISIANA and MIS
$50,000 BONDS GREENVILLE and COLUMBIA 1st
MORTGAGE It. R. BONDS.
940,000 COUPONS STATE SO. CA., NO. CA. and
$? 3,000 Coupons of the following rail
south carolina, northeastern. memphis
and CHARLESTON, MONTGOMERY and WEST POINT,
8PARTANBURG and UNION, CHERAWand DARLING
TON, GREENVILLE and COLUMBIA, CHARLOTTE
and COLUMBL., and EAST TENNESSEE and GEOR
GIA RAILROAD. fmwl'J October 20
ILMOT G. DeSACSSURE HAS RESUMED I HE
Practice of the Law, at bis 0_ce, No. 23 Broad
tt. t* November 15
MRS F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OF
the late Prof. M. S. Btcrn), offen? her rcty?ccb
to the citizens of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AND
Residence No. 2C Society-street, opposite t_e High
Refere to Gen. James Simons, Dr. Wm. T. Wnjoc, T.
Grange Simons, and Dr. W. M. Fircn.
Wanted to PnrcLtase Immediately. -
?.__ COKDS 0AK WOOD
OU 50 cords Pine Wood
CaBh on delivery. WM. HOLDEN.
Cap?m, and A-. t?. M.
AsmsTANi Qi_r.-?UUtvxi?i 's OrncE,
Chorlt.-stoil, November 14, 18<-3.
November 15 2
(T/"V CRATES OF CROCKERY, JUST RECEIVED,
? U dir?t from the pott'.Tiefi in England.
November 15 3 WH.LIS k CHISOLM.
ANEW AND FRESn SUPPLY OF FINE LEATHER
TOP, YATOH AND COAL-BOX BUGGIES. Also,
NO-TOPS of all descriptions, and a fine supply ot
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS, at low prices, at
the old stand, southwest corner Meeting and Wont
worth streets. NATHAN k OTTO-ENGUI.
November 15 wi_
A LE AND PCRTER?
_r__ 503 dozen ABsop's Palo Ale
300 dozen Byasa' Porter.
Just received, and for pale by
NATHAN k OTTOLENGUI.
Southwest corner Meeting and Wentwortii streets,
Agents for A. M. C. Smith's IMPROVED STITCHED
LEATHER BELTINGS of all sizes.
November 15 vrf2
1 /-\ TON8 ENGLISH HOOP IRON
X_/ 2 tons English Iron Wire.
Slightly damaged by fresh water. For sale low, by
C. GRAVELEY, No. 62 Eaet Bay.
JESSOP'S BE8T CAST STEEL AND HORSE SHOE
IRON Just received. 2 November 16
PELT H_-TS7 THREAD, HAND
1CASE (23 DOZ.) FELT HAT8, A880RTED
1 caao Black Linen Thread
1 case (60 doz.) Ladles' Linen Handkercblefs
5 bales HEAVY BROWN BLANKETS.
For sole by HENRY COBIA k CO.,
November 14 3 Queen-street, near East Bay.
JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
AGENTS FOR FRENCH BURR MILL STONES AND
MILL MACHINERY, No. 14 Market, opposite
State -street November 14
BARRELS CHOICE CRANBERRIES. FOR SALE
at No. 3? KING STREEr.
November 14 3*
THE OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY, No. 115
Church street, is now reopened, and ready to sup
ply the citizens with BREAD, CAKES, and all kinds of
PASTRY; will also supply Boarding-lions?.s on the
shortest notice and most reasonable terms.
JOHN E. SMITH,
November 13 C* Formerly of Mount Pleasant.
BREAD ! BREAD! I BREAD !
rriHE SUBSCRIBER HAS RE-OPENED THE WELL
X known Bakery, No. 00 Tradd-street. Families
wishing a good articlo of well bo_od Loaf Bread, are re
quested to leave their orders at bakery.
Ho hoe procured competent curt drivers, and will de
liver bread to any part of the city.
Jiovemb? 11 _7* J. C. MARSHALL.
FOR SALE. A CHEST CONTAINING A FULL ANE
completo set of CARPENTER'8 TOOLS, of the
beat description. Apply at No. 113 MARKET STREET,
near King strt-et, over Hcgar Store.
November 13 . mw2*
STORAGE FOR COTTON.
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF IS NOW READY TO RE
CEIVE Cotton o? Storage.
Apply at Wharf OfUoc, corner Exchange and Wharf
streets, to 8. 8. MILLS, Wharfinger.
November 11 smwth4*
A SECOND-HAND TWELVE-HORSE POWER BOIL
er. In good order. For further information, ap
ply to EBAUQH k MALLONEE,
Horlbeck'e Wharf, near N____stem Railroad.
November 13 3
MMM & TRUST COMPANY
THE ONLY LOCAL COMPANY NOW DOING HUSI
NE5S in the- City, are again in possession of their long
establish?^ and w?Jl knowu Office, No. 8 BROAD
STREET, where they aro lHsuing Policies of Insurance
agalust loss by 6ie, on lavorablo and accommodating
term??. .TOHN H. HONOUR. President.
J. I_vwTir.N<-E Honour, So?ri'tary and Treasurer.
November lfi a
JTXST Or J?STEID
stoll, Webb & co.
BLACK SILK VELVET RIBBON, ALL WIDTHS IN
French Merinoes, in purple, dark blue, tan, slalo, ma
roon and green
8-4 and 7-4 Bleached Table Damask
C-4 and 7-4 Brown Table Damask
Russia Diapers, by the piece
A few Damaak Cloths, at 93.50
Fine Sea Island Brown Shirting, at 35 cent?
A fow pieces 4-4 Longclotb, a little Btain?<d, cheap by the
10-4 Bleached Shirtings
6-4 and C-4 Pillow Cottons.
We ore receiving NEW GOODS by every steamer, and
respectfuBy invite tho Ladles and the Trade generally
to call and examine our stock.
STOLL, WEBB k CO.,
At the old Stand of W. G. Bnnoroft k Co.,
No. 287 King-street, throo doom below Wcntworth.
November 14 2
King-street, 3 doors South of Calhoun.
CHOICE MERINOES, VARIOUS 8HADES, at 50 coats
A sraaU lot Printed DeLaines, at 40 cents
Soupir d'Eug?nie, a beautiful Btripo, at 60 cents
Plain, Shaded, and Plaid Poplins; Block Barathea, a
superior dress article for Ladles ; 8-4 Brown and Bleached
Table Damasks; Fine Opera and Welsh Flannels; Super
White and Gray Blankets, Shawls, fcc: Block and Fancy
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, and Satinets; a full assortment of
Ladles' and Oent's Hosiery, Ac.
No. 420 King-street, 3 doom South of Calhoun.
jrj?3- JAMES RADY. formerly with Fogarties k Still
man, will be pleased to seo his old frionas and patrons.
November 13 6*
No. 219 KING-STREET,
SK DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET-9TIIEET
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED, ON CON
SIGNMENT, an invoice of
which ho offers to dealers at LOW PRICES, consisting in
part as follows :
200 SATINET PANTALOON8, low-priced
ISO Satinet Pantaloons, fine
150 Black Cesstmero Pantaloons, fino
160 Fancy Casslmere Pantaloons, fine
150 Tweed Frock Coats, low-priced
SO Fancy Melton Cloth Coats, low-priced
100 Black Cloth Dress Frock Coats
60 Beaver Over- Coats, assorted
CO Super Over-Coats, assorted.
He invites merchant.) from the country to call and look
at this stock before purchasing.
November 0 G AGENT.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Great Attraction !
OFFERS TO EVERYBORY THE CHEAP.
EST OF ALL.
F. S . HAHN,
No. 107 MARKET-STREET.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
of HATS. BOUTS, 8HOE8 and NOTIONS.
Goods received from Auction daily, and sell them at
astonishing low rates, to give a chance to people of town
and country. A good chance for Country Merchants,
who'U find a variety of Goods cheaper than anywhoro
else, at No. 107 MARKET-STREET.
November 11 4 Between King and Meeting.
IOOO DOZEN NECKTIES
?OO DOZE'S FELT HATS.
A GREAT STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS, WHICH
WILL BE SOLD AT WHOLESALE AT
NEW YORK PRICES AT
I. HYMAN & CO.,
November 9 C* No. 233 KTNO-STREET.
LINSETS, WASHINGTON PLAIDS.
A CONSIGNMENT OF THE ABOVE GOODS FOR
sale by piece or package, by
TAFT k ROWLAND.
November 7 7
^VERY FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
(CARTES DE. VISITE),
OF BWH0P8 QUINTABD AND ATKINSON, FROM
Ufe, can be had, wholesale and retail, at
No. 704 Arc'.-strcet, Philadelphia.
jKmT Single copies sent by mail on receipt of 25 cents
and stamp. Also, CARTES OF GEN. GRANT.
November 2 12
Sashes, Blinds, Saws, Cotton
WE ARE PREPARED, UNDER RECENT ARRANGE
MENTS, to furnish at prices beyond competition
as follows :
SASHES, BLINDS AND DOORS (on orders)
Saw Mills, of all descriptions, Portable, kc.
Tongue and Groove Machines
And all kinds oi AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, upon
speclncatione. Inscriptions given at our office.
TROUT & AM8BURY,
November 7 Cor. East Bay and Market-streets.
"BUILDING MAT???ALS. ~
SAWED CEDAR SHINGLES.
For salo by TROUT k AM8BURY,
N. W. Corner Market and East Bay-streets.
T. B. TROUT will be happy to boo his old friends ami
customers as above._September 20
5000 BBLS. AMERICAN GUANO.
nr-tBE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS M INVITED TC
X the superior article of AMERICAN GUANO, froir
Baker and Jarvis' Island, in tho Pacific Ocean. Thh
Guano has been thoroughly tried throughout the South
and can be recommended. Pamphlet, with full direo
tlona ex to its application, also certificate? as to its valut
an a manure, can be seen at my office. Price?THIRT1
DOLLARS PER TON of 2000 pounds.
Ncvember 3 lino 3. N. ROBSON, No. 62 East Bay.
vo.\ sot- mm.
ESTAUMSHEB SINCE 1851.
THE EMPORIUM OF FANCY coons.
PIPES AND SEUARS.
KEROSENE OIL, LAMPS, SHADES, \c?
And all other Goods apportaIniug to a WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL FANCY OOODS BUSINESS, anil mich us
were always kept before the war at the above well
known Establishment, and which is now REOPENED
WITH A FRESH STOCK OF GOODK, at
Ko. 31M> KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW CORNER OF
The Proprietor will bo happy to pre his old friend.-,
and customers, and supply the trado on LIBERAL
TERMS. wths3 November 15
W. T. B?RGE ft GO,
Dry and Fancy Goods,
No. 3 P-uy__e-*=*_reet,
Opposite to Messrs. ?. W. Williams & Co.,
OFFER FOR SALIC, ON REASONABLE TERMS,
their Stock, which has been replenished since tho
lute Are, consisting, in part, of:
Eancy Printed DeLalncs
Solid French DoLbIdcs.
Fancy Striped and Checked Poplins
Black and Colored French Merinos
Black Gro de Rhlncs
Bl&ck EngUnh Crape
Black aud Colored Cambric
Jaconet and Swiss Muslin
W. L. Brilliant?*
Soft Mull Muslin
Bleached and Brown Shii-tiues aud Sheetings
White and Red Flannels
Grey and Red Twilled Flannels
Black and Colored Satinets
Grey and Brown Mixed Blankets
White Bed Blankets, assorted
Handkerchiefs of all kinds, Gent's .mid Ladies'
Plaid Head -Handkerchiefs of all kinds
Gloves nnd Hosiery, assorted
Perfumeries, Cologne. Extracts, Soaps, assorted
Bradley's Duplex Hoop-SklrtB
With a geuertl assortment of Goods usually kept in
our Uno. mw2 November 13
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE RECEIVED ON CON
SIGNMENT, direct from Europe via Nassau, per
WUce Flora," the foUowlng very ?leslrublc Goods, which
they offer to the trade at a small advance on cost, viz:
PIECES SUPERFINE ENGLISH BLACK CLOTHS, full
:id in. wide
Bales Blue-Gray Blankets
Bales Men's Gray Army Serge Shirts
Solid Headed Pins
Pounds Black Linen Thread, Nos. 00, 33, CO, 3_, 40
100 coils Rope, "He?up Bale"
100 bundles Twine, each 10 lbs.
Boxes Belaiout Spenn Candles, ?ach 25 lbs.
?Cases 200 11)h. Coleman'ii Sup. Mustard
Boxes Cotton Cards, - dozen in a box.
Al.RO, ON HAMTl.
?3-4 MTXKD COATINGS
A genera] assortment of HARDWARE.
EDGERTON k RICHARDS,
Nos. 32 and 34 Broad-street.
November 13 mwf3
2STO- 39? KING-STREET,
RESPECTFULLY IN -
FORM8 her friend**, and
tho Ladies of Charleston
goucrally, that she 1b now
permanently located In the
City, and has just returned i
from the North with uni
assortment of all descrip
tions of FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY G O O D 8 ,
which sho will bo pleased to oxhlbit to all ol?l custo
mers ami new frit-mix who may favor lier with a call.
Among thoso now opened will be found LADIES'
WHITE AND BLACK STRAW HATS, BLACK SILK
BEAVER HATS. EMPRESS BONNETS, in Velvet and
Straw, contrasted colors.
Black and Colored pi ?vas Velvet, aud assorted Ribbon
Vclvetd; Ribbons, in tlio newest styles and shades:
Blonde and Brass el? I?ces; Flowers, Feathers, Ruches,
A-c, Ac fmw3* November 10
C. L. G?ILI-__AUM__,
__SIo.__ 43 Meeting-street,
HAS JUST RECEIVED,
AND OFFERS FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING :
LADIES' AND MISSES' FELT,
I_U8H AND BEAVER HATS
STRAW GOODS (Latest 8tyloa), ?c.
To which he invites attention.
Novembe rll__ *niw__
ORNAMENTAL 1UIR WORK.
__. & ?. ASHT0N,
InTo. _05 Kinfe-street,
OPFOSITIS BURNS' LANE,
KE8PECTFULLY INFORM THE LADIES AND GEN
TLEMEN OF CHARLESTON that they are fully
prepared to furnish every description of ORNAMENTAL
AND FANCY HA1K WORK. including WIGS. BRAIDS,
CURLS, FRIZETTE8, WATERFALLS. BREAST-PINS,
VEST CHALN8. EAR RINGS, NECKLACES, FINGER
Special attention paid to MEMENTO WORK, COMBS,
BRUSHES, SCISSORS, Ac. kc.
November 11 sw5*
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RESUMED BUSINESS,
and is now receiving a stock of Goods. He wiU bi
pleased to see his former friends at his old place of boat
Hess, No. 52 Elast Bay, south of the Poatoftice.
\ow iv store: t
Fino DOUBLE-BARREL GUNS
Powder Flasks and Shot Pouche?
Percussion Caps. Fishing TacWo
A fine assortment of POCKET CUTLERY.
English Goods arc now at sea, from Liverpool direct,
and due here in the course of this month.
November 13__mw s8
"MERCHANTS' HOTEL STABLES.
P. LEE, Proprietor,
NO. 40 SOCIETY-STREET, NEAR KIN?
THANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL PATRON.1?I
ho baa received, he bega to inform the public Unit
be baa extended his business, and In now prepared *U
furnish them with good Carriage-, Buggies and Soddli
Horse?. He also provides some very fine and comfort
able Coach?? fOr railroad and steamboat calls. Funcruli
supplied with good Hearses >nd Carriages. Also alel
and lamo hordes attended to. .
November 11 Inao*
I l'iiderirriter.i' Sale of Pan-h/cil />, </ ?v...---*.:.
MelvAY Si CAiUPUELi;
Will ?.1! Tills D.w. 13th luatant, at to o'ohwk, at
Od ir Mli-si-?Hiiiiy. Nos. HU 0||?1 ffj H?sel-Bti-. ? f. OH a? -
j ennui ?>f uiiderwrltcn? and ;ill con.? in? ?I.
Five package* of DltV GOODS, dnutcgcd on the* ? v
I n;v from New Vor!; ! , Hd- port, vi/ :
l'our eaaes K.i -.?vs und Kntfn? *
on-- bale 4-1 limwu Klieetln-,??
DRIBS PLAID AND SATIS sTHIli- 000D8. BneUatr
Prints, Wool Riidi. .1 shirts itml Drawvi . Knickerbocker
; Stripe?, Black Alpaca, Grey Ihimnls. Balmoral Skirt*.
> Men's Woo] Half-hone, Ciuuduiore'*. \|< innH, Lin?-?? Cam
I brie lluiiilkerebief*?, Pins, Wool Hat?, Hoop Skirt?, Clo
tliin-T. PerRuitrry n?>;iks, Notion*. .*.: .. A*e.
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1 eoHu Ktdomboul Playing Car?ls
1 ease Cutlery and Notions.
Conditions cash. November la
IIY MiKAY Si ( A MPBELL.
THIS DAY, the 15th mutant, will be sold at our*
Stores, next to PoMoule??, at 10 o'clock,
TWO LOTS of LAND, sitnut? on the west sido of Shell
street, In Uio village ?>f RikerxvlR?, und known a? Noe.
:i7 and 3H in a plat of *20 Lots, made by H. K. Payne, in
March, 1H5?. No. 37 measures r?0 feet front, .W feet on
the bock line, by 300 fret in depth. No. :\h measures SO
loct front, by 300 feet lu depth, be the said dimensions
more or less.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay us for papera.
Fine Mare, Buggy and Harness.
BY JAMES L. GAXTT Si SON.
THIS DAY, ltith inst., at the Exchange, Broad airee I, at
11 o'clock A. M., win be offered,
A BAY MARE, six years old, about Ifijj handfi high
sound?perfectly gentle?draws well?a good inovet
A Buggy, in ?irst-rate order
A set of Single Harness, perfectly new.
Well worthy the no:lee of thosu in want.
Conditions cosh. November I>
Saddle and Draft Horse.
HY .TAMES L. GA1VTT AND SON.
! THIS DAY, 1Mb instant, at the Exchange, Broad-street,
at 11 o'clock A. M., will b.> offered
A SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSE.
I ^Conditions cash. November IS
Iltmse and. Lot in Sires-street.
BY JAMES L. (i.VXTT ?Si SON.
I THIS DAY, Hm l.-.th Instant, at the Exchange, Broad
i street, will be offere?! at 11 oVlock A. M.,
; All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS ui.ro.
j OH, in Sires-street, nortliwost.ru part of the city. Tho
! House contains four upright rooms kitchen with two
rooms. The L?>t measure? thirty-eight feet "in fn>nt,
thirty-seven onhaek line, by ninety feet in depth. Tho
Lot is high and dry, l?>cat?*d In a very bee"'.by ami im
proving part of the city, an?l should command attention
from thow lu want of a small comfortable residence
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay J. L. G. k Son
for popen?. November 1?
Under Foreclosure ? /* Mortgage, by ?v.% ,?-<?' o
BY .TAMES I?. GAXTT Si SOK.
THIS DAY, 1Mb Instant, at the Ex?abange, Broad street,
will be offerod, at 11 o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, WITH THE TWO-HTORY
DWELL1NG-H0USE thrreon, situated In Hanrietta
strcet. In the City of Charleston, and known by tho No.
21. The House contains four upright rooms. The Lot
measures 24 feet in Iront by 102 in depth, be the saino
inore or l?>ss. Upon tho premises are kitchen, stables,
Ac. Sold under foreclosure of mortgage, by commit t o f
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay J. L. G. k Ron for
papers. November ir?
Horse, Saddle, and Bridle.
BY SIMONS AND FORD.
Will bo sold, at north of Exchange, THIS DAY, tho
1Mb inst., at 11 o'clock A M.
A BAY PONY, about three years of age, in good condi
tion, gent?o, and well broken to saddle nnd dralt
A 8ADDLE AND BRIDLE.
Conditions cash. * Novem :>cr is
Dwelling House in Calhoun-strtet at Auction.
H V .MISIONS ?S? FORD,
Will be sold at the North of the Exchange, THTM DAX,
the 15th instant, at 11 o'clock, A. M..
The tliree-ntory WOODEN RESIDENCE, No. 41
houn-street, midway between East Boy and Middle
streets. The House has six squaro Rooms, and Dros-?ii g
Room, Kitchen, Cistern, and Stable and Carriage
House. Lot 47 by 00 feet.
Conditions?Fifteen hundred dollars cash; balance by
bond anil mortgage of property, payable In two years,
with interest from day ?>f sale. Property to be insured
ond policy assigned. Purchasers to pay 8. ?fc F. for pa
pers. * November 13
Furniture, Soap, Stote, &c.
BY GABRIEL DeVviTT.
At northwest corner of King and Spring strctU, will bo
Bold, THIS DAY, 15th instant, at half-past 10 A. M-,
17 boxes Superior French Family SOAP
1 set Cottage Furniture, Chairs,' Wardrobe?
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Stock and Dye
Bathing Tubs, Ac. * November 1.?
Groceries and Sundries at Auction.
BY DAVID BARROW.
THIS DAY, tho 15th instant, at No. 133 East Bay. a t
10 o'clock, I wUI s?>l!.
The entire contents of salil Store, consisting of TEA,
Salt. Baskets, Popper, Starch, Sardine?, Mustard, Coffee,
Cheese, Nutmeg, Cloths, Zin?*, Brandy, Whisky, Wine,
Iron ami Tin Ware. Scales, kc. November 16
Good Saddle and Draft Horses.
BY GABRIEL D.AVXTT.
At northwest corner of King and Spiing-strit-l?. wITIIhj
sold THIS DAY, ICth inst, at half-pnst 10 A. M..
Two fine SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSES.
November 15 *
.If Pricate Stile.
BY NATHAN AND OTTOLENGIL
We wUl Bell; at Private Sale, all that LOT OF LAND,
with Dwelling Houso and Kitchen thereon, situated No.
If) -Mills-street; House containing four Rooms. Lot.
measures forty-seven feet front, by one hundred feet
deep. The above premises will be sold low if applied
for iiuinrdi.it.lv. wfl November 15
Valuable Cotton j'lantation in E<?gefie?d District*
BY T. SAVAGE IIEYWARD Si SONS.
Will sell at Private Sale, all that valuable PLANTA
TION known as CURRINGTON, situate in Edgeflehl
District, S. C, on the Main Road from Augusta to Edge
field Court House, being ten miles from Augusta and
fifteen from Edgefield Court House, containing, as per
Plat, thirteen hundred and forty-el ght (1348) acres, more
or less. On tho Plantation there is a fine Residence,
containing eleven rooms; Kitchen, Stables, Darns, Ma
chine. House, ample quarters for laborers, with all re
quisite buildings for a well-settled Plantation.
This place is considered one of the best in the District
for the production of cotton, corn and wheat; and, with
a creek running through the land, affording ample water
faciUtics for a large mlll-ncut or factory. Also, a large
and productive Orchard of well selected fruit tree?. Any
one wishing to purchase fine Cotton Lands would do
well by applying at our Office, No. 123 East Bay, where?
the Plat may be scon and all particulars given.
November 1 wfroJ ws?
Desirable Dwelling and Farm to Rent.
BY JOH,\ S. RIGGS Si CO.
That desirable DWELLING, No. 38, p.ist sido
of Ashley-street, containing four upright and
two fine attic rooms, with pantry, dressing;
_room and ample, servants' apartments and sta
ble. A fino cistern on the premises, with gas in all tho
rooms. Immediate possession eau be given.
That valuable FARM ou the Meeting-street Road,
wiihin the corporate limits of the city, known as "Payne'?
Farm." with a Dwelling and outbuildings on it. Apply
at onrolh.e, No. 4 STATE-STREET.
November 13 A
A T THE OMNIBUS STABLES, SHEPARD-STRHET?
JK. from Kentucky, sixteen head of fino HORSES.
Among them arc:
1 pair large aizc, well-broke Mures, gentle and iafe iu
I dno 3-year old Horse, works gentle in single or doubl??
harness, and a pleasaut and gay saddle nag, of
1 Black Marc, large size*, would answer for hoisting or
1 Black Horse, an extra fine FamUy or Physician's Horse :
will stand wherever left in harness; also u good
1 Boy Mare, fast mover in harness, and pleasant under
1 Extra largc-sized Dappl- Gray Horso, very pretty, and
work? gentle In homesb.
1 Thorough-bred Race Mare, bred from the choicest
stock in Kentucky, and fast pedigrco in pamphlet.
The remainder of the abovo Ptock consists of Saddle
and Work Hordes. Thla stock will bo offered until Wed
nesday next. CHARLES P. 8UIER.
HOUSE CARPENTERING, &c.
rE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
public that bo Is prepared to contract for all kind?
of CARPENTER'S WORK, and will guarantee to giv?
perfect satisfaction in all the branches of hi? trade.
JOHN L. MoDERMOTT.
No. M Qneen-atreet, near State.
ABf Refers to JOHN KENIF1CK and others.
November 7 . ln">*