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_CHARLESTON DAILY KEWS....DECEMBER 12, 1865.
LOCAL MATTERS.
An? lion Sol?** Tills Dny.
McKay k Cami*i?ki.i. ?-ill neu ?it their stores, N?>s-. 80
nnd 83 Hasel-sti ? ? . ?it l? o'clock, ladles' Oarlbahlics,
sacks, children*- suit*?, looking glasses, cutlery, jewelry,
sterling silvi-r spoons, ko.
OLlVFOMi .V: Matiikwi:* Will sell?t No. lOGcorgc-strcct,
at 11 o'clock, ! plendid lot ol furniture. Also, throe lino
bornes, :i family cuiTlnge und double harness, und a light
top buggy nnil baruca..
Jami.s W. Drown ft CO. will sell at th?*lr sales rooms.
Nos. l'.t?> and EIS Mecl'ug-strcct, at 10 o'clock, furniture,
Loims, buggy, barouche, sugar-cured hams, shoulder.??,
&&, *C.
Miuuoaa & Son will sell at tho north of the Exchange,
at 11 o'clock, a lot mid two Htory wooden bonne, nt tlio
Hoitthwrst cml of Cannon-street; and ut their store, No.
?0 Vendue Range, nt 10 o'clock, an extension dining ta
ble, chairs, bedstead, and an assortment of Indies' dress
goods, Jkc.
La_i:ky A: AUCXAjrOBB will sell at their sales rooms,
Nos. I4t ami 14*i Mrctlng-streot, nt 10 o'clock, boxes of
tobacco, barrels of .Tamalea ruin, nnil leaf, smoking and
chewing tobacco ; also, a lot of choies Havana sogars,
sugar-cured shoulders, &c.
Mii.es Drake will sell ?it his store, corner of King and
Liborty streets, at 10 o'clock, a largo a?d ?leslrablo stock
of ilry goods of every description.
Job. A. Titouuox will hoII, in front of his store, No. 14
Vcuduo Rango, a largo und general assortment of toys,
together with niaiiy other articles.
Caf-tain L. M. Coxkttkr.?This gentlemnn has
been placed by Messrs. Ravenel k Co. in com
mand of their elegant steamer, tho City Point. Perhaps
no moro fit choice could have been made. An able
steamboat commander, thoroughly acquainted with the
route and tho people accommodating, cool and skilful,
ho may be relied upon to give entire satisfaction to his
employers and tho public. We ore pleased to announce
his appointment to this command, so well united to him
in ovcry respect. Tho City Point Is a magnificent boat,
elegantly fitted up, and as swift as most anything that
floats. Tho traveling public will certainly he pleased
with her.
A Free Pioht.?Last evening, at nbont dusk, one of
our sub-reporters eamo bouncing into our ofllco, nn?l In
breathless haste informed us that he had found an item
for our local column. Prom the excited state in which
ho was in, wo looked at IcaHt for u slabbing affray, if not
a murder. We were soui.what dlsappolntcil when we
heard what the thiig really was, or rather When we per
ceived that lie himself did not know what had really
happened.
As our energetic sub-rcpo;tvr liad arrived nt the scene
of action about five minutes after the affair had ended,
and had heard tho ?It-tails from a gentleman who bad ar
rivoil on tho ?-?round about four minutes after, the oc
coiyit is necessarily somewhat confused. It oppcara
that a dark-?y was walking along in Meeting-street, and
when at the corner of Market (or it may have been Ha
?i*l-street), ho struck up against a gentleman's wife,
which the gentleman eonaldorod ?t tatas btltlmn? pitched
iu, the negro staiuling his ground nnd showing light. It
also see ins that other parties, white and black, took each
of them abend, under the Impression that it was n free
fight. Tho police then came up. and seeing white men
and black mou arrayed Bgaiual each other, like the
pieces on a chess-board, look off, or rather took up and
took off, the principal pieces, and put a stop to the game.
W.m. M. Pelot, Auctioneer, No. 40 Broad street, sold,
last week, ten thousand dollars City of Charleston six
per cent, stock, at fifty-five dollars.
We desire to call the attention of the members of the
South Carolina Society to a meeting to he held at their
Hall, Meeting-street, ot 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Mr. Joun Ruprf.ll has kindly sent us Ulackwood for
November, tho Eclectic for December, and the Edinburg
Review for October. A more extended notice of these
periodicals will be given in our columns in a few dnys.
Engraving ASD Painting.?Mr. William Fisher, at
the northeast corner of King and Hascl-strccts, executes
all kinds of engraY?hg, suoh as cards, seals, iloor and
pew plates, kC, in the neatest and prettiest manner.
Sec his advertisement.
McKay k Cami-dell?These auctioneers advertise a
sale to-day of looking-glasses, cutlery, jewelry, sterling
silver spoons, .\c, which we would direct attention to,
as being articles very much in use, and will, no doubt,
be bill off at low rat-js.
Oranges and PtmCAFPLES.?Mr. E. David, at Nos. 77
nnd 70 Market-street, has received a large quantity of
these fruits, with others, which ho will dispose of at
wholesale or rctnil, at accomuioilatlng prices. He will
accept our thanks for the delicious oranges sent.
Clifford S Mathbwes have a sale to-day at No. 10
George-street, at 11 o'clock, that should attract the at
tention of all persons who are desirous of purchasing
the fiuc3t furnituro nt low figures, or who desiro horses
ami vehicles of no ordinary kind, at cheap prices. To
Mich we suggest a perusal of tho advertisement and n
visit to the salo.
Crushed and Soft Sugars, &c?Henry Cowa ?: Co.
have for sale at their store in Queen-street near East
Bay, a flno lot of sugars, coffee, teas, soap, floor, whisky,
blankets, ke., which dealers bad better examine beforo
purchasing clsowherc. Tho goods sold at this house, as
is woU known, ore of the flrst quality.
Fon California.?We call the attention of our read
ers and the merchant public of our community to th?
Paciflo MaU Bteamublp Company's advertisement in our
columns. The steamships composing this line are large,
commodious, ably commanded, and fitted tip solely with
a viow to the comfort of passengers. We cheerfully re
commend thlB line to all who are desirous of visiting the
golden shores of tho Pacific, as possessing conycnloncea
and accommodations surpassing all others. Read the
advertisement.
Adst-H k Albee.?This firm advor_.se to-day a great
variety of oUb, leadB, colorB, glass, putty, (ke., which
they will dispose of at wholesale and retail. The senior
has for a long time been engaged in this trade, and hav
ing an accurate knowlo-B<> of the particular articles that
will suit this market, tbcro is no doubt that his selec
tions aro made with great care, and bis paints prepared
with a refereuce to the effects of tho climate. His stock
at present is very full and complete, and deserving the
notice of all who are in want of any of the articles which
he has in store, at No. 42 Market-street,
Foiieion and Domestic Liquors.?Our readers will
observe lu the paper this morning an advertisement of
Mr. P. O. Kebbioan, occupying a column, in which he
informs tho publio and his friends generally that he has
in store ono of tho largest and finest assortments of
liquors that has ever been in his possession. This gen.
tleman has been long engaged, in our city, In this branch
of business, and has secured for himself an excellent
patronage by attention and an endeavor always to do
what was right; and with those efforts bo is enabled to
day to exhibit a stock of wlnos, liquors, segars, &c, that
will compare favorably with any houee of similar busi
ness in Charleston. Now that the holidays are nearly
m on us, wo would suggest to dealers and others who
buy In quantities a call upon Mr. Kerrioan, who, we are
entisflcd, will offer them as liberal terms and as good
articles ns can bo obtained at any other establishment.
Vi a would particularly say to our Country friends, who
arc in want of some of tho numerous groceries be ad
vertises, that they wUQ - always find him prompt and
punctual in filling their orders, and courteous and affa
ble In aU his communications with them. His store is
a t No. KO Market-street, between King and Mooting.
. *?
Fon Consumption and Asthma. MAR.DEN'S PEO
TORAL BALM Is admitted by the profession to be the
only standard medicino that can be rolled on.
For salo by alt Druggists.
. > ??.
NATunr.'s FumuTiutE of tho month is far proferable
to any that art can supply. Therefore, keep your tooth
olean and in good repair with that toilet gem, :*? grant
Sozodont. Brush them daily with this dellolou* vege
table preparation, and tho y will not bo likely to crum
ble or decay.1'' " < '- $8 <
Death ok Mit. U. A. Dk-Sauhsuiu:.?Ou Sunday afler
nooii last the rites ?if Bcpnltnre were performed over the
remains of one of our oldest and most esteemed fellow
citizens, Husky A. DeSaussuh!*, Esq.. who, at the ape
of seventy-six years, meekly closed hit? eyes lu that
sleep that knows no awakening, and tho klud and
pleasant face that wo have almost daily met for years,
bus passed from our sight forever. For a long period of
tune he held tho responslblo olllce of Chairman of tho
Commissioners of tho Orphan House of this city, and in
that position had many opportunities of exhibiting that
goodness of heurt und beuovoloiico of feeling which
hundreds of those who were brought up in the institu
tion, but urc now occupied In the different pursuits of
life, will remember with feelings of gratitude and affec
tion; and it was this situation, perhaps, that threw him
so often into communication with tho poor, to whom he
was always courteous and kind, giving them, at any
time, the benefit of his fatherly udvieo and protection.
As a member of the bur, his standing wuh eminent, rnd
ho was regarded by his brother members with a. high de
gree of veneration, which was elicited by his lileut as a
counsellor and his pleasantness as a citizen. Born
among us, ho has passed a long Rio untouched by ani
mosities that fow escupo from; and although in his day
political enmities have existed very strongly, and party
feeling has raged over every part of our State, still ho
was regarded by all with bo much rospect that no wor?l
was over breathed against him. Ho has gone to the
grave full of years, bearing tho affection of a largo family
and numerous friends, who, with tho many orphans
whom he guided with fostering care, trust that ho will
receive tho full reward of his many kind acts in this un
feeling world.
A New Dank.?Information reached this city yestor
day that the Secretary of tho Treasury had given per
mission for tho "People's National Bank" of Charleston
to commence business. Tho charter having thus been
secured, it is expected that the institution will com
mence busin ss about the 1st of January. As the Bank
will bo under the management of Col. D. L. McKay, It
will undoubtedly be ably managed. Tho following are
the olllcers:
D. L. McKAY, President.
U. G. LOPER, Cashier.
DinECTons:
Hon. WILLIAM AIKEN. I E. II. DODGERS.
HENRY CORIA. JAS. S. G1RBES.
JOHN S. IlIUOS. I J. C. FARRAR.
A New AnnivAL.?Our friend, Hoiuce P. Rcoo, deal
er in books nud paper?, at No, 108 Market-street, lias
just received, by the steamer Moncha, a largo selection of
fine novels, and expects to-day a splendid consignment
of dailies, weeklies, nong hooks, stationery, !?c, nil of
which ho will sell to tho public at bis UBual cheap rates.
Mr. Rucia places us very often under obligations to him,
by sending us tho latest papers received at bis store, and
wo know lrora this that he obtains ami can furnish the
most recent publications that arc issued at tho North.
Sec his advertisement.
The foixowino messages are at the Telegraph Olllce,
awaiting better address :
J. Lawrence. Lewis, Mr. James Colroek, L. Loui.=,
N. E. Talmadgc, Drig.-Oen. M. S. Littlcfield, Mrs.
Charles Coff, B. F. Lawrence.
PAPER ?PCS
I AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF PAPER
HANGING and DECORATING, by experienced
Workmen.
H. W. KINSMAN,
December 12 1_No. 27.) KING STREET.
UPHOLSTERING.
ALL KINDS OF THE ABOVE WORK WILL BE
done by competent Upholsterers at
H. W. KINSMAN'S,
December 12 1_No. 279 KINO STREET.
WINDOW SHADES!
ALL KINDS OF
CURTAIN MATERIALS.
H. W. KINSMAN,
NO. 27? KING-STREET.
Dccemborl? 1
LACE AND MUSLIN
CURTAINS,
CORNICES,
B?N?)S
AND
:.' piisrs v.;
AT
H. W. KINSMAN'S
NO. 279 KING-STREET.
December 12 1
GROVER & BAKER'S
SEWING MACHINES.
SOLD AT THE SAME PniOE AS AT THEIR AGEN
CV IN NEW YOBK, WITH THE ADDITION OF
THE FREIGHT.
H. W. KINSMAN,
NO. 279 KINO-STREET,
December 12_1_UP STAIRS.
C. GRAVEIiEY,
DIRKCT HVTPORITER OF
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, -SONS, W
a stock ?vow in store: for sai.e
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ,
AT
No. ?52 I ^]^ST BJ^lY?,
SOOTH OF THE OLD P08TOFF1CE.
JtJiBT [RECEDED,
? LAB^ELOT?y . "
Toib-?es an? ( Vire ?rackers,
AT WHOL?8ALE AND BETAIL; AT KO. 4? AN80N
?TBEET,by .... ... ; (?,'ty.' ^lEOKUtO., '
December 11 il i*-./.
PRIVATE SALES.
IIY WM. M. 1'EliMT, No. ?U Hioiul-??-?*.?.
At Private sal??
Tiutr.i; pews in ORAGE church.
December i_ 8
11V WN< M. PKbOr, No. Ill -li-outl-xtrrt-t.
At Pr?valo sal?*?
SHAKES PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
December 12_|l_
IIY 1VM. -?I. PEL?T, Ko. It? Ilroatl street.
At Privat?) Sale?
One elegant SET CAMEO, richly set lu Gold, con
sisting of one BROOCH and BRACELET, and one pair
EAR KINGS. Price, ?floo only.
December 13 3
Various Chances for Investment.
BY -TIItIKU-.il, SOU LIO AND CO.,
Nw. -I .Sliifc-Hlri-el, m> Nlnlrs.
For salt* nt price? from f 500 to *f ?.'?0,000?
FACTORY and MILLS near Columbia
HOUSES and LOTS In Charleston, Mount Pleasant,
Graliamvillc, Manning mid Orcunw? oil
FARMS licarCharlcstou, iu Abbeville District, in North
Carolina
COTTON PLANTATIONS lu Abbeville, Beaufort,
Charleston, Clarendon, Collotou, DHrlington, Fnirllcld,
Lnurcus, Marlboro' und Oraugoburg Districts, on Wad
malaw and Edlsto Inlands, S. C, in North Carolina,
Georgia and Mississippi
RICE PLANTATIONS on the const
MININO LANDS hi North Carolina
LIVE-OAK TIMBER at Bull's Bay
For Lease or Rent? '
FARMS near Colombia, and in North Carolina
COTTON PLANTATIONS?Inland ; SEA ISLAND COT
TON PLANTATIONS?to leaso for from |i to S3 per
acre, or for shares of the crop only
?MONEY WANTED. In sums from $500 to $20,000, on
good Real Estate security, or advances to experienced
planters on their crops. December 11
Highly 1 'aluable Propertg.
MY WARDL'AW & CAREW. Corner Bronil
nml SI o?? Streets.
At Trivalo Sale?
That valuablo PROPERTY, consisting or THREE
LOTS on East Bay, opposlto now Custom House, ono of
the iuobI desirable locations in the city for Wholesale or
Retail Stores. Tbo Lots are Bpnclous and in a quarter
of the city that sill be certain to improve.
December 9 stntbO
DiceUtng Houses.
DY WARDLVW Si CAKEW, Corner Droiitt
und Stute streets.
At Privntc Side?
A new and commodious HOUSE in SpriiiK-strect, con
taining nlno Rooms, with Piazzas and Pantries, all well
iinlshetl, together with Kitchen, Servants' Rooms,
Carriage House, kc, .V.o. The Lot is large and dry, hav
ing a line cistern, besides a gooil well of water.
A-SO,
Several other HOUSE i AND LOTS in diff?rent por
tions of tbo city.
For Rent?
A valuable PLANTATION in St. Andrew's Pariah,
about 5 miles from tin* city, containing about ouo thou
sand (1000) acres, eight hundred of which aro cleared.
There nro *_.r>i> acres of Rico land, which can be easily
?Irnlncil, and the whole is aduiii-hly ada;jte?l to the cul
turo of Sea Island Cotton.
ALSO,
A valuable PLANTATION on Ashley River, about 20
miles from the city, containing 3300 acres of land, adapt
rd to the culturo of Pice, Cotton and Provisions. This
l'Imitation may be bail either tor a consideration in
money or for a reasonable abare o.' tho crop.
December 9 siutli'i
A Fine Chance for Investment or Speculation, tic.
IIY IlOWlOlts AND SIU'IIX.
Will bo sold, at Private Sale, a number of FARMS,
PLANTATIONS. BOUSES AND LOTS :
FOUR SMALL FARMS, within twclvo miles of tho
City.
THREE LARGE TRACTS, twenty-six, twenty-eight,
nu?l thirty-six miles from Hie City.
FIVE HOUSES AND LOTS iu the Upper Ward??.
SIXTY THOUS-VKD ACRES OF LAND in South
Georgia.
SIX THOUSAND ACRES, in ono body, near Augusta,
with Ono RESIDENCE on it.
ONE HUNDRED LOTS, for small farms of Forty Acres
each, ill the gold region of Georgia.
SEVERAL BUILDING LOT- iu the Upper Wards.
Apply us above, at No. '240 KING-STREET.
December 2 lino
42 MARKET STREET. 42
SBIO-OOO
Worth of Stock in Store
AND
coMiisra,
AT
WHOLESALE ANDRETAIL
OILS! OILS! OILS!
LINSEED, RAW AND BOILED
Winter Bleached Wbalo OH
Winter Bleached Sperm OH
Winter Bleached Lard Oil
Pure Ncatsfoot Oil
Best Keroscno Oil
AU grades of Tanner's Oil.
COLORS I
LEADS! LEADS! LEADS!
Ail grades of PURE WHITE LEAD.
ZINC ! ZINC ! ZINC !
PURE WHITE ZINC and COLORS of all kinds.
GLASS! GLASS! GLASS!
FRENCH WINDOW-GLASS of all sizes.
P?TTi! PITTY! PUTTY!
SPRIG OS! SPRIG. S ! SPRIG OS !
WOODENWARE of all descriptions.
BRISTOL BRIOK, GLUE, Ac.
For sale by
AUSTIN & ALBEE,
_?To. 4=3 Market-street.
December 12 6
WILLIAM FISHER,
GENERAL ENGRAVER AND PRINTER.
VISITING, WEDDING AND BUSINESS CARDS
Seals of ever description
Brass Stamps, Door Numbers and Pew Plates neatly
executed.
MW Offlco northeast corner of King and Hascl streets.
December 12 lmo*
"TOT- OF- I>_A_3_>_DO_N",
Gas Filier, Steam Filler and Plumber,
No! 4,4,7 KING-STBEET,
Thi-ee Doors above Oallioun.
OAH FIXTURE- OF AU DESCRIPTIONS ; KEROSENE
LA-IPS AND OIL ALWAYS ON HAND.
December 12 lmo
NATHAN M. CHAFEE.
_?I_TJlvI_3EI.,
NO. 205 EAST BAY,
Opposite New Custom House.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that be is prepared t? execute orders either
?in repairing old or putting up ^ew work, and .hopes by
promptness, good oiecutfon add r?*Aio_aolo charges to
merit tho- patronage of oil who will l-vbr him with a
trial. He also offers for sale, at reasonable rates, SHEET
LEAD, Lead .Piping, Hliot, Iron Force and.Lifting
Pumps, Bibb.t'audets, Iron Sinks, Closot Basins, Cop.
her Closet Pane, kc., kc, Ac
He will also order, at shortest notice, all kinds oi
PLUMBERS' MATERIAL, and with the unusual facili
ties he enjoys, cannot .all to give entlro satisfaction.
CALL AND SEE. 0 Doccmbcr 12
\
AUCTION SALES.
l.oilies' Ftirii'tliiii'i G omis.
IIV MCcKAV At CAMPIIRitLi.
THIS 1>AV. lath Instant, will bo moUI, .it onr Store?,
N?ih. Ml and H*J llascl-slicet, ?it 10 ? Yl?u*l*.
A LARGE ASI? DESIRABLE INVOICK ?M* LAD1E8
GARIBALDIS, ?SACKS. AND CHILD'S SUIT:?.
AI.Sl?,
A OENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
CI.OTIIINO, SHIRTS, Ac.
Conditions essh. Deeemticr 12
Looking Glasses, Cultera, Jetrctru.
?Mf KAY ?t CAM. MHO LI.
Will mil. Tills day, I2tb Instant, at lOo'claek, at their
Stores, NOK Kit mid KJ Ilasel-strcct,
00 ?buen LOOKING liLAXSKN, (lilt and Mahogany
Frames, assorted sizes; Table and Pocket Cutlery. Carv
ers, Shears. Scissors, Fine English and German Pocket
Knives, Clock, Hanks, Wax and AVomloii Doll Rallies,
Spoons, Table and Te?, Segar Holders, Pipes, etc., ote.
ALBO,
BALANCE OF STOCK OF A JEWELRY STORE,
consisting of Gobi Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Rings, Pins,
Sets in Cameo, "Mosaic ami Lava, Sterling Silver ?Spoons,
I'I ale? I Tea Services, d slurs, etc., etc.
Conditions cash. December 12
Dry (foods. Clothing, Furniture, ?c.
BYNII.ES'URAKR.
THIS DAY, tho I3th instant, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at
my Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
Ono of tbe largest and most ?lesirablo STOCKS OF
GOODS offered to tbe public this season, lost received
per steamers Quaker City and Alhanibra, viz:
150 pieces *il and 4-4 AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
PRINTS
100 pieces SW and 1-4 American Drown Homespun
125 pieces 4-4 English and American Longclotlis
100 piceos Fancy Dress DcLuiues and Scotch Plaids
75 pieces English Coburg Cloth and Dlack Alpaca
1 lj.iti? Osnaburg
1 balo Hickory Stripo
50 pieces -1-4 Irish Linen
JO pieces Gruy, White and Re<l rinin and Twilled Flan
nel
20 picceB 0-4 Melton Cloth
300 dozen Fancy, Grey and White Undershirts and
Drawers
100 dozen Men's "Wool and Cotton Half ITobo
A largo lino or Clothing, consisting of CoatB, Pants and
Vests
Dozens Halmor.il Skirls, Hoop Skirts, 18 to 40 springs
Linen Cambric Plain and Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs
Ladles' ami Gents' Cloth and Itingwood Gloves
Spool Colton. Chenille Scarfs, Hair Pins, Combs, Drush
OB, Money Hags, kc.
Immediately before the solo of the above, I will sell?
1 superior SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSE
1 superior Draft Mulo
2 Solas, 2 Dining Tailles
Safes, Money ?best, Filteren*. Footmen
Recking Chairs, Ice Howes, .'cc.
December 1*3
Furniture Sale of a Fant il g dccUning llnusckcepiwi.
IIY CLIFFORD is IIATI?BWBS.
THIS DAY, tho 12th instant, at 11 o'clock, at No. 10
George-street.
One Set Crimson Damask DRAWING ROOM FURNI
TURE
One Set Antiijuc fine Drawing Room Fltrulluro
Ouc lanjo splendid Medall?n Velvet Carpet anil Rug,
never used
Mahogany Hi-dstcuds, Wardrobes, Bureaus, WaslisUinls,
Tables, Chairs
Carpel?, Mattresses, Curtains, new Dish Covers and
Plated Ware, Plato Glass .Mirrors, ?Vc.
ALSO,
A FINE ORGAN, in complete order.
Terms cish on delivery, and to be removed immedi
ately after Iho sale. December 12
Mbrtltern Horses, Carriage and Harness, Horse,
Buggy and Harness.
BY ClilFFOitD ?.fc nATH?WBIi
THIS DAT, 12th instant, at 11 o'clock, at No. 10Gcorgc
street,
Ono pair NORTHERN llORHCS, well broken and fust
move?.
One Family Carriage, nearly new, and Double Har
ness.
One line Draft and Saddle Horso.
One Light Top Baggy, with Harness. December 12
Iloust and Lot in Htujttou. S. V.
IIY B. McCALI,.
THIS DAY, tho 12th December, 18?5, si 11 o'clock,
north of tho Exchange. Broad-street, will bo sold with
out resorte, to the highest bidder,
ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OR I/.T OF LAND,
lyiug and being in the village of Blufft .,i. S. C, and
known on plat, drawn by W. 11. Ruckner, Surveyor, as
No. 1, and formerly owned by Dr. J. W. Kirk, meas
uring and containing in front, on tho cast line, 175 feet;
and 210 feet in depth, more or less; having thereon a
two story FRAME DWELLING, of six noms, piazza,
ko., a kitchen, smoke-bouse, carriage house and stables,
a good ??arden and flue water.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay B. McCaU for pa
pers. tnlbnintuS December 12
~~jlu?es~.~~
BY "VVARDLAW AND CARRW.
Will be sold, at 11 o'clock, TO-MORROW, in front o?
onr OmVo, No. 20 Droad-slreet,
THREE FINE WORK MULES. December 12
. Estate Sale, of Vacant Lot,
BY si "*l?'\ S AND KOKII.
Will bo sold at tho North of the Exchange. TO-MOR
ROW, Ibe 1:1th lust., at 11 o'clock A. M., by order ol the
executors of an e-tate,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITH THE BRICKS
now upon It, on west sido of King-street, between Queen
mid ClilVoid. uiossniing ubout !J0 ?ct 0 inches on King
street, by about "234 in depth.
December ?a :i
?*>i? ?dries.
BY O'RRIEV AND AIMAB.
We will soli on TO-MORROW, tho 13th Instant, at 10
o'clock, at our Sales Room, No. 1C Market-street, op
posite State street, known as Iho "Sailor's Home,"
Lot ASSORTED FURNITURE. Boxes Tobacco, Segare.
Liquors of all kinds, bbls. Potatoes.
Boxes Cheese, Sugar, lot Hardware, dozons Elastic
Suspenders, Tin Smiths' Utensils.
An assortment Druggist's Dottles, "labelled."
Copying Press, 1 Eight-day Clock, several Watches.
Lot Jewelry, Lamps, 1 line Parlor Cooking Stove, and
other article?.
AUO,
1 TOP BUGGY. December 12
Desirable Residence corner Lynch and Wenticorlh
streets.
BY T. SAVAGE RRYWAftl) AND SO ?VS.
Will soil, on THURSDAY next, tho 14th inst., at the
corner of Broad- streot and Esst Bay, near the Custom
House, at Il'6'cl?ck,
AR that valuable and eligibly situated LOT OF LAND,
and Residence thorcon, at the northwestern corner ol
Lynch and Went worth streets. The House is of modern
construction, and contains 10 or 12 comfortable Rooiuf
mid all requisito outbuildings. The Lot measures 74
feet front on Lynch-strcet, by 113 feet C Inches in depth
on Wentworth-Btroet.
Terms?One-third cash; balance In three equal pay
ments, by notes, at six, twelve and eighteen months; to
be secured by mortgage of the property; buildings to be
kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers. December 9
DEY AND FANCY GOODS.
BLANKET?, WHITE AND GREY
Travelling Rugs
Shawls
Nubias, Hoods, Comforts
Batmoral Skirts
Prints, American and English
Merluoes, Purplo-Bluo
BroTin and Magenta
French Delaines
Mohair Good?, Alpacas
De Begea, Flannels
White and colored Rob Roys
Fauoy and colored Long Cloth
Canton Flannel, Bird Eye Diaper
Crash, Huckaback and colored Towclings
Hosiery
Gloves, Books, Handkerchiefs
Cravats, Tics, Scarfs
Shins. Linen and Merino
Traveling Shirts
Collars. Linen and Paper
Cuffs, Ribbons, Ruches .
Velvet Ribbons, Flowers, Plumes
Buckles, Bolts, Ribbons, Watorfalls
Lace Nets, Combs, Hair Pins
Buttons, Trimmings, &c.
AND A
FINE ASSORTMENT LADIES' AND GENTS' HAT8,
of tho latest styles.
In store and for salo by
C. L. GUILLEAUME,
?o. 143 Meeting-street,
Docembor 0 (Opposite Haynestreet.)
MILLER'S ALMANAC
FOR1866,
18 NOW IN PRE83 AND WILL BE I8SUED AHOUT
tbe first week in December. It will contain tho
isnaw ao3srsTiTTJTio:Nr,
As amonded by the late Convention, and all Officers who
have been elected or appointed at tho time of publica
tion, together with those Officers who uro permanently
established by tho United States for tho purpose of Col
lectlng Custom House duties and the Internal Revenue.
Resides tho usual astronomical calculations, thore will
be also a variety of other useful matter.
This Almanac, tho 40th year of publication, presents a
fine medium for advertising hX reasonable rate?. Those
wishing to advertise, or1 to bo 'supplied -with Almanacs
in au^^.?WlUpW^e?^^^ -bt?
November 16 thstu No. 69 Broad-street
AUCTION SALES.
Prime New > ?,*;. s,,,,.,,- c?r,..i should,,:-; ,\. Ac
IIV LAI KKV AM) AI.KX.t.MlliK.
THIS |>AY. 12th it.**!., will In? n.M. ?,, .?,, s.d. ? Itooms
N?>y. IIO.iii.! II*.; .M.-..|ii,;..<lr, ..*, ?? |o ?VliM'k. ' '
:. lUtves prime New V..ii; KngnrM'nrcd sikhi.DKRS
. n tierces prim?* New V?.u% Bnt-ur-cured Strliw
'.?.il shoulders '
?WO II.-iiiik.
Condition? cash. Deorniber 13
S,.lors.' Sniiics.' Scutes'
iiv i.\Uiti:v AND ai.i;\\m)i;u,
Tins DAY, i.th inst., will be sold. In our s.i.s Itooms
Nos. I4Uand It'i Meeting-street, at lUn'clocli '
?UNKI Tulip?n" HEGARS
i?;iin "Fljmm" St-gara
.'?m "El Statua" s.;:ars
21100 "Espa?ola" Scgars
iiHui "Purfoctioit" Segura
3000 ' Cabanua" Began.
Condili..ns,*:ish. D,..-.*mbcr 12
:J0_ lions Tobacco at Auction.
IIY LAVttRY iSi ALEXAMIBR.
TUIH DAY, the 12th InaL ?ill bo sold. In our Sato
Uoonif, Mis. 140 and 142 Meeting Htr?*?t, at 10 o'clock.
W9 boxes mnuui-ctitred tobacco, in line order
just in.spo.'trd, and free of duty.
Conditions chhIi.
#-" The Savannah Herald and Republican will phaso
copy, and bcii?1 bills as above. December 12
Jamaica L'uni.
BY LAUREV Si AI.E.VANDEH.
THIS DAY, tbo 12th inst.. will bo sold in our Sales
Rooms, No*. I Ki.ui.l H2 Mccting-ntre.*t, at 10 o'clock.
H DHLS. JAMAICA RUM.
Conditions i*aali. Dccembor 12
/.?'<if', .Smoking and Chotciug 'Jolmcro.
IIV UliRIoV A.\D AhEXAlVDKK.
THIS DAY, I2th instan!, will besohl in nur St?ret?, Nos.
140 and 112 MciliiiK-street. at 10 o'clock,
PICASES LEAF TOBACCO
20 cases Fine Cut Tobacco (tin foil)
2S bills. Smoking Tobacco
r> boxes Navy Tobacco
13 boxes low priced pound Lump Tobacco.
Conditions cash. December 12
Furniture.
.TAMES W. HKOW.V AM) CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at their Kales Rooms, Nos, 13G and
lis Mr-i-tiiig-strrct, at 111 o'clock,
SUNDRY ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, CONSIST
ING of Sideboards, Wardrobes, Tables, Bedsteads, Wash
-Itanda, ice. December 12
Horses, 7'oii iluggii, Baronelie, Au:
IAMBS \v. m't'tiw.v AND CO.
Will Kell Till DAY. at their Sales Knoms, So?, ISC and
13- M..liii(.'str?et, at 10 i>'.*l<?ek.
9 EI.NL SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSES
1 Top !tu;;_y
1 Uaroiicbe.
ALSO
1 SET DOURI.E HARNESS
1 act Carriage Harness
1 sot Dray Harness
1 Dray. December 12
.lAMios xv. Brown .un co.
Will sell THIS DAY. at their Salen Rooms, Nos. RJC and
Wfl Meeting street, at in o'clock,
3 IIHDS. SUGAR CURED HAMS
1 lihda. shoulder*
? iiiiils. Bacon Strips
H keg? Butter
20 boxes Soap
r. l.bis. Reif
10 half bbls. Beef. Dc*cnib?i* 12
rarming I lensils.
TAMES XV. UKOIV- AN? CO.
Will sell. Ulis DAY. 12th inst.. at their Stores, Nos.
ISO and DIS Me. tin?-str?ct, at 10 o'clock,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FARMING UTEN
SILS :
HARROWS, PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, .-<:.
December 12
Mitlest and Horace,
.tames \v. imtm-.-v ?Si CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, 12th. in Iront of their S.ilcs
Rooins, Nos. J3(! and 138 Mnetintf'Hlrcct, at 10 o'clock,
1 pair Fine Dark Bay MLLES
2 Dark Brown Mules.
A-.SO,
1 fine DRAFT"_MARE. December 11
Under-Clothing, Tobacco, Furniture, Kite/ten I'len
si/s, Watrhes, ?Co.
HI' JOSEPH A. THOURON.
TniS DAY. tho 12th instant, in front of my Store, No.
14 Vendue Ranft?, ander Colonnade Row,"at 10 A. M.,
for cash,
SOCKS. VESTS, PANTS PATTERNS, Ready-made As
sorted Clothing, Hrogans. Shoes, Fancy Af?lelos, A*c. ;
0110 Counter, two Desks, Door.?, Sash Doors; cans Tur
key, Chicken and Green Peas; Clothes Pins, Spice, Bo?l
Htcads, Lamp Shades, Lamps, barrels Dried Apples and
Potatoes. Together with a variety of Cooking Uten
siln, Ac. All of which will bo disposed of for cash. 60
pounds superior Chewing Tobacco. Together with other
articles, as usual. December 12
Chris/mas.?Assortment Fam-g Tvi/s, Instrument?*,
?Iv., etc.
IIY .T. A. THOURO.V.
TniS DAY, December 12, In front of my Store, No. 14
Vendu?' Range, under Cotonnade Row, for cash,
A general assortmontol TOYS, Ac, Ac, consisting of?
MECHANICAL BOATS, ENGINES, MICE, RABBITS,
Sipiirrela and China Sets: swords, ColTeo Setsu Tools,
Bone and Wood Month Organs, Fire Buckets, CoCeo '
Pots, Cart?, boxes Assort?*?l Lotoes, Dominoes, ,10
CordootW? 0 keys; Fancy Baskets, Head uud Whistlo
Balloons. Sewing Machines, Watch Chains, Dogs and
Cats, Superior Alabaster Dolls, China Dressed Dolls,
Largo China Cups and Saucers, Assorted Mugs, Elastic
Mugs, Tin Plates, Assorted Vases, Comical Dancers,
Tainboriiit-e, Violins, Marbles, together with, a Uno
assortment of Brooches, Ear Rings, Studs, Watches,
Ac, Ac. Ac, all of which must be sold for cash, to
close the stock. December 12
- '_?Y"M?1.0?AN"&_SOX.
TUIS DAY, 12th iiis-iut, at No. 20 Vendue Range, at
10 o'clock, we. will sell,
1 largo Mahogany Extension DINING TABLE
1 dozen Mohair Chairs
Piano, Bureaus, Bedstead, Crib, Ac.
ALSO,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, DeLnines, CJllcoes, Irish '.
Linen, Undershirts, Pants Studs, Ready-made Clothing,
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Toilet Soap, Scissors, Razors, Se- 1
gars. Tobacco, kc, kc. December 12 '
sWv~l?fljL.lGAK~sTliOK.
THIS DAY, the 12tU instant, at 11 o'clock, north ot
the Exchange, wo will soil,
All that LOT OF LAND, situated at the southwest end
of Cannon-street, west of President, measuring and con
taining 34 feet G inches front, by 145 fcot deep, more or
less; with tho TWO-STORY WOODEN HOUSE thereon,
containing 4 rooms and piazza. Upon the premises la a
good well of water.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
The ab ovo property can bo treated for previous to day
of sale. > December 12
SIGHT EXCHANGE
ON NEW YORK, IN 8UMS TO SUIT PURCHAS
ERS. For sale by
W. G. WHILDEN k CO.,
Corner King and Bcaufaln strcots.
December 5 tilths
GOLD AND SILVER COIN.
EXCHANGE ON THE NORTH
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS
UNCURRtNT NOTES
Bought and sold by
W. O. WHILDEN k CO.,
Corner King and Bcaufaln streets.
December .r> tutlm
S
ILVER,
GOLD,
BANK NOTES,
BONDS, COUPONS,
AND
CHECKS ON NEW YORK,
Bought and Bold by CONNER k WILSON.
Bankers and Brokers, No. 6 Broad street.
December 5 0
GOLD, SILVER
AND
SIGHT DEAFTS,
ON
NewYorkjPhiladelpliia & Boston?
For salo by P. H. KEGLER, Banker,
Corner of King and Uasel-streote.
Also collections mode on all the cities in the United
States, Canada, Nassau, Ac, ko._November IB
W. l^RR?NGTON & CO.,
No. 266 KING-STREET,
INVITE THE CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE TO
examine their flno stock of PISTOLS of tho celebrated:
make of Smith k Wesson, sizes 2 and 3.
-X80, :
THE POND PISTOL,
desirable and neatly finished article, with Cartridge-?
4?. f? : -^ th-tu 10* November aa

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