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The Dailv News
MONDAY HOKNINOt JULY ?0, 1866.
LA Kit EST cmUlJLATlO?l 1? THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
SW THK LIBT OF" LBTTTKIFIS re
maining In thu Poetoffloe at the end
of ?non weal* la published officially
1? THE DAILY NEWS every BVi
mmr BBB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -et
. ? .
RAIS.-Wo had a deligbful shower yesterday
afternoon, from about two o'clock to near four,
filliug the cisterns, and rendering tho air delight
fully cool. Wo do not remember a time when a
rain was moro a ceptablo or gratofal to tho parch
ed earth and to tho heated inhabitants, than it
was yosterday evening.
CUSTOM HOUSE.-WILLIAMY. LEITCH, Esq., lato
Surveyor of tho Port, retired 1 rom the position
-on Saturday, being unable to take tho test oath,
and his successor having been sworn into oftice,
entered upon tho duties.
OPENING OF POSTOFFICES. -WO learn that the
following Postoffieo* hnvo been re-oponed :
Mush Creo?, Greenville M K P Youngb lood.
Tanco'a Ferry, Orangoburg, Rans >m H K A ringer.
Table Mom tain. Pickens, Rebecca Reid.
BachelorVRotroat,'ieken-t, G lef Crensbaw.
Camp Klage, Wt llamsuirg, Selina Hchoeklor.
Antioch, Yors, Ira Harding,
Mn. TOOLER, of the CttUral Xeics Jjepol, No.
108 Market street, botweeu King and Mooting
stroets, is tho agent in this citv for tho Southern
Field and Firtside, a well-known literary and fam
ily journal, now published in Raleigh, N. C., by
WM. B. SMITH A Co. This paper is neatly gotten
tip and ably conducted; filled with a variety of
excellent matter, both original and selected. Mr.
VOQLER also has received a fresh supply of Co
dey's, Demoresfs, and Frank Leslie's Fashion Mag
amines for August ; and all tho dailies, weeklies
And monthlies of interest.
WHITE POINT CADDEN.-It is pleasing to note
that our City Fathers have at length commenced
improving this once beautiful promenade. A car
penter's bench and an abundanco of suavings
have littered the ground for some time, and gave
a promise of the good things to come. A few eve
nings since our eyes wero chcorcd and our hearts
gladdened at tho sight of several new benches on
tho cast end of tho garden. Unfortunately, most
of the promenaders prefer being as near the water
as possible, and the walk froi ting on the Bathing
House is destitute of both seats and railings.
War has always been called a groat lovelier, but,
judging from the inequalities that are still appa
rent on the Battery, it is evidently in this case a
lix.-Wo rogrot to loam that the Rev. Father
O'Neill, of Savannah, is quito ill of typhoid fever,
at the residence in this city of Father Cullinan.
He being an aged man (eighty-five years), hie
prostration tolls un him with great weight. Hopos
of his ultimate recovery are slight, though we
hope he may yet he spat ed to continuo his labors
in a sphere of usefulness.-Columbus Sun.
This good old gontlemau resided for many years
in this city, and drew around him many hearts
which will be filled with sorrow at reading the
above announcement. That ho may recover is
the earnest wish of many who long have known
him only as one of the best ot men.
THE MERCIFUL MAN IS MERCIFUL TO HIS BEAST_
This has always been the motto of the different
humane societies ; but though we aro not
able, at prosent, to boast of such an institution,
yet, if any of these humanitarians wore to pay ns a
visit in this red hot weather, their eyes would be
rejoiced by the unusual sight that they would wit?
noss. We refer to the driver of a spring cart,
who, with strange foresight, has not only provided
an umbrella for himself, bot has rigged up a faucy
awning, which completely covers his horse and
shields him effectually from the heat. We are not
aware of any similar case, and would advise tho
fortunate owner of the awning to apply at once
for a medal, as he belongs to the class that
humane societies most delight to honor.
FORESTALLING.-The City Ordinances against
this offence aro very severe, and at ono time ex
cited the attention of the authorities to such a
degree that it was almost entirely suppressed,
but in the last few months it has revived, and is
carried on now to such an extent that we have
never yet seen approaohed. This is the observa
tion of our own eyes, and mentioned here be
cause we desire to draw the attention of the Mar
ket Board and others whom it concerns to a com
munication in another column, which is right in
bringing this abuse to public view, but errs slight
ly in saying that housekeepers only are the traf
fickers with the boatmen on South Bay. Tho
principal and most numerous frequenters of this
section of the city, and the greatest purchasers of
vegetables, fruits, Ac, at cheap rates, are the
market women, who convey these articles early
in the morning to their stalls, and, in leas than
an hour^make the public p*y ono and two hun
dred per cent, more for them than if they had
been bought from first hands. Some few years
baok the Ordinances against forestalling wcro
posted up in the different parts of the Market
where it could meet the eye, and every effort was
made by those whose duty it was to prevent it,
and we hope shortly to see similar exertions be
ing made to put down this unlawful trafile, if only
for the benefit which would accrue to the poor,
who certainly now are the largest class of this
MAYOR'S CounT, July 28. -The only business be
fore his Honor this morning were complaints
against some of the Superintendents of Streets for
leaving garbage and other offensive stuff un
removed from their wards. While one portion of
the persons who contract for keeping tho street?
clean attend to their duties with an industry that
is commendable, the other exhibits a negligence
highly censurable, and we are happy to see that
the Mayor ls allowing no iustance brought to his
notice to pass without imposing an adequate fine.
The extreme heat of the weather, without refer
enje to fear of cholera, should prompt every house
holder to keep his premises particularly nice and
"Clean at this season, and to conform to the law by
placing .all offal in iront of his door by seven
o'clock In the morning for the purpose of being
taken away by the scavenger; and it la equally his
duty, when the latter is guilty of oulpable dis
regard of health, by not convoying away the
garbage, to report him at the Guard House, whero
he will be turned over to tho M*yor, who has
mado up his mind that these officers shall strictly
perform their duties or suffer penalties that will
enable him, without further oxponse to tho city,
to hire other mon and other carts to remove the
neglected pilos of dirt immediately.
PBOVOST CoimT, July 28.-United States ts.
Glascow Simmons (colored) -L-trcony : stealing a
not.-The testimony showed that tho celebrated
John Smith (colored) had missed a now ti-di not,
and had traced it to the possession of tho prison
er, who was endeavoring to dispose of it for two
dollars, when tho common prico was four dollars.
Other witnesses testified to having seen tho
prisoner with a now net, that he seemed very
anxious to sell. Glascow, being thus caught in
the toils, was found guilty and sentenced to pay
$10 or to be put at hard labor lor thirty days on
United States vs. John Washington (colored)
Larcony and Assault and Battery.-The prisoner
bore no resemblance to the portrait now on oxbi-1
bition at No. 9 Broad street, and, indeed, BO far
forgot the glory of his patronymic as to bo caught
stealing melons. Wm. Murray (colored) deposed:
That ho had a cargo ? f melons on South Bav: tho
primmer tried to swap a knife for one, but he
would not trade: shortly after saw him carrying
some of tho melons off; spoke to him about it and
he throw a brick at him, striking him on thc shin
and woutiding his feolitiKS considerably.
Augustus Green (colored) testitled to the same
effect, and painted the sanguinary onset of tho
prisonor in glowing colore. lu spiro of his illus
trious name Washington WHS convicted and sen
tenced to pay a tine of $10 or to be put at hard
labor for thirty days on tho street.
United States 0*. Robert Brown (colored )-As
sault and Battery on George Shier (colored).
The latter testified that ho was travelling along
peacefully when a white boy ran against him,
near tho cornor of Lino and Coming streets; tho
prisoner then grabbed him and began to scratch
and beat bim; he fought back for a while, but was
kuockod down by a brick; ho had never offended
the prisoner, aud thu only reason for tho assault
was that Brown had said he ov/td bira a b> ating.
Tho Court found Browu guilty, but Isl cousi lera
tion of his having ^dischurgod his indebtedness
fined him only $5 or ten days' ha d labor on the
United Statea r.s. James Koniorly (colored)
Stealiug Chickens.-This pullet thief had evident
ly studied the art of annexation in tho army, but
while endeavoring to put it in practice was dis
covered by the owner of tho poultry, who caught
him at his roost and took ono from bim. Tho case
looked so black that Konncrly plead guilty and
threw himself upou the mercy of the Court. That
tribunal frowned upon such a ford transactions
and sentenced tho unfortunate Jeemes to pay $5 or
work out hie salvation by ten days' hard labor for
For Delegates from Mate at Large to 1 tail?
Messrs. Editors: Allow me to suggest that, for !
the position above named, the State Convention
should select men of undoubted position and influ
ence. Not only should tho men selected bo of po
sition and influence, but they should bo such -ne
could be easily so certified, not only to tho dele
gates they would meet at Philadelphia, but also
to the people of the North.
The wholo controversy between tho President
and the Radicals turna upon the simple question
of the political condition ol the South. The Radi
cals assert that all our professions aro insincere,
and that our people are not flt to bo trusted with
the powers of government, because of our continu
ed dioloyalty. Tho Convention affords an oppor
tunity for us to show, by sending aa' delegates
those who are now in high official position in the
State, that the assertions of tho Radicals are not
true. And as bv.it able in every res poet for such
delegates (from State at largo), I would suggest
the names of His Excellency Gov. Ona, Lieut. Gov.
POBTEB, Hon. Mr. PEBBY, Senator elect, and Hon.
Mr. MANNI.NO, Senator elect. The present official
position of these gentlemen, were they made dele
gates, would be incontrovertible testimony that
the people of South Carolina had in fact accepted
tho national situation, and meait to carry ont in
good faith the obligations thereof.
Besides, there could not be eleoted, oat of the
entire State, any four gentlemen who would truly
represent the State, whose antecedents would be
less objectionable to the people of tho North,
whose favor is to be courted. Governor Omi,
before the war, was favorabley known thronghont I
the United States as a National Democrat, and j
as a leader in that once groat and powerful party.
Lieutenant-Governor POBTEB, while he received I
the undivided vote of the State for his present ]
exalted position, has always been known as a con
servative min-i. e., conservative for South Caro
lina. Senator PEBBY'S name is familiar to the
prominent men in all sections of the United
States as a bold defender of the Union. Senator
MANNING was always conservative, and was a
National Demoorat, and a Delegate to the Na
tional Democratic Convention at Cincinnati in
Then,too, going back behind their present official
positions, we And that each one of these gentle
men have boon prominently identified with the
politice and tho legislation of the State for twenty
years or more. Each one combines ott the qualifi
cations for a cofreot representation of the history
and feelings ot tho State, past and present, while
no one of them would be particularly obnoxious
to the people of the North, whose support the
new party organization is intended to seoure, and
whose support said party must Iiave, if it is to de
feat the Radicals. COMMON SENSE.
CHAHLEOTON, July 28, 1866.
Messrs. Editors: By a brief communication in
your paper of Saturday, reporting the outrageous
conduot of some freedmen upon South Battery
on Friday evening, I am* reminded to speak of
a new practice of their? in the sale of market
produce at the foot of King street, instead of
taking it to the established market place. ?On
any morning, if you ohoose to stroll down that
way for a broath of sea air and a breakfast appe
tite, you may bave a sight of the colored cultiva
tors of James' Island garden-patches selling their
importations directly from their boats ; and in I
buying at this place housekeepers make a con
siderable saving to themselves, as they get their
necessaries here at flrat coat-often at half or
less what is asked at the market. This a?
modation is no donot well appr?cia?' *
residents of the lower seotio"
oan walk to the landin'
will scarcely liko to bear that thone things are
going on, BO mnch in ebeat of them.
I don't know that any law permits vegetables to
be huckstered at any plaoe but the Market. I
think, on tho contrary, that the ordinances for
the city's government prohibit it. Then why
don't tho police interfere ? KAW.
Anet ion Malet This Day.
F. BACKUS will ?ell bis morning, in store No. 297
Ring street, one door abovo Wentworth, tbe entire bal
ance of stock in said ?tore, consisting of liquors, trunks,
dry goods, segara, and many other articlea.
Bowana A SILCOX will sell thia day, at their atoro in
Meeting street, opposite Market, at half past 10 o'clock,
a good lot of material for bulldiug. &o.
I. 8. R. BENNETT will sell thia day, tn front of hit
oflK-e, No. 40 Broad street, at ll o'clock, one pair of
very fine bay horses and one superior saddle maro.
Cow PEA H.-R. ARNOLD A Co., who aro somo on peas,
advertise to-day a fine lot of this article for seed. Lot
all who are In want of peas of finest quality, aa weU aa
hay and grain of every variety, call a t No. 210 Meeting
street, corner of John, and seo tho iluo stock thia Arm
has on hand. ?
FISHING TACKLE.-At this season, when fishing ia a
delightful atnusoment, wo do not think wo can do a
greater fa\-or to tho disciples of ISAAC WALTON than to
eupgut to them a reading of 8AMUEL H. MARSHALL'S
advertisement in this morning's papi r, whare they will
seo that everything desired Dy a Haberman can bo ob
tained at No. 310 King street.
GOOD Tamos.-The advertisements of Messrs. D.
FAUL A Co., In to-day's issuo, certainly embraces as fine
a peh?dion of tho good things of this lifo as wo havo
seen for a long time, and that they aro genuine and of
thc fr es' quality, ls guaranteed by ibo character of thin
old and responsible, house. All ?ho are in ??< ant of the
delicacies aud luxuries hero ctiumoratod, should call on
this firm, who sell aa moderately as any other establish
ment in tho city.
SEO A RB AND TOHACCO.-Our friend. JOHN B. TOONI. of
No. 121 Moctiiig stro t, opposite tho leo House, has just
received a large assortment of segara of brands which
will brighten tho countenance of all smokers. Celebrated
at ha i? for having always tho choicest qualities, ho now
offers to his friends and the public tho moat superior
segara und tho most delightful tobacco that can bo
found In the 8nuthorn c uintry, and all who know Mr.
' OOM lt aware that ho keops only the best, and that
nothing bought at bia establishment IB of any other
than flrat quality.
A onr.AT PUBLIC WANT ia supplied by HUMPHREYS'
HOMOOPATB IC SPECIFICS. They arc medicines that
father, mother, nurse or invalid can always have at
hand, and apply without dangor or delay, and with
prompt benefit and relief. Try them. See advertise
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.,
July 30 6 No. 562 Broadway, New York.
D Ann Y'S PBIPHYLACTTC FLUID, th? most po wer fol dit
infeotant known, ls a combination of Chlorine and Per
manganic Acid, by Professor DA nov, formerly of Colum
bia, 8. C., and recently of East Alabama College. It
purlflea the most noxious air; proventa the spread of
scarlet fever, small pox, cholera, and all infectloua
diaea es; eurea cry?lpolas, ulcera, carbuncles and run
ning tores of every kind; ls tho best pain-killer for
burna and scalds, and neutralizes all vegetable and
animal poisons,. In all cases In which Labarraquo'a
Liquor la naed, the Fluid may be used with much
greater success and in Isas ' ?a one-third the quantity.
Sold by KINO A CABSTDKY, and bj druggists generally.
PANKNIS'S HEPATIC BITTKBH.-It lt a wita dispensa
tion of Providence that in the same locality where some
diseases exist, the roots and plants which are certain
remedies for them are often to be found, waiting only
for industrious hands, guided by intelligent heada, to
pluck th* m from the earth and arrange them aa nature
directa for the benefit of mankind. In our section of
country, where complaints of the liver, dyspepsia and
chilla nd fever make Ufe miserable and rack the human
frame, the vegetable enrea are abundant, but they have
waited for some iclentlflo mind, like that of Mr. PANK
NIN, to take them from their hidden places, and extract
ing their medical propertlea. prepare a remedy Uk? his
moat excellent "HepaUo butera." Although thia prepa
ration la comparatively new in our community, lt haa
been extensively uaed by sufferers of dlteaaea which it
it Intended to aUeviate, and we hear lt highly praised
by all of them with whom we have come In contact,
and wa would, therefore, earnestly recommend it aa
one of the finest t?nica and correctives of the preaent
Public Health-The Press.
Advertising haa been pronounced "undignified" by
tho medical faculty. A physician who advertlaea a
valuable remedy to fifty people ia bia private practice
would receive the cold ahonldcr from bia professional
brethren abould he make ita merita known to millions
through the business columna of a newapaper press.
Thia may be "dignified," but la lt benevolent, humane
or Jua 17 Whoever la fortunate enough to diacover or
invent anything that will prevent or cure or aUeviate
human Buffering, la bound to make lt known, through
every channel of commun cation within his reach, to
the general public For many years the rn?--"
HO TETTER'S CELEBRATED
have thus been ur""'' '
beyond all ostini,
tralla and South Au
now recognized aa the .
beat possible safeguard
flnaat lnvlgorant ia case
only diffusive stimulant
Astrologist and Semi
clairvoyant state, de'
son yon ara to marr
of Intense power, k
antees to produce ?
futurs husband or .
Thia ls no Un po tl
can assert By i
color of eyes and
eel ve the piotur
Address in <
INGTON, P. C
STOLL, WEBB 8s CO.
TUE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and customers that
they have this day MARKED DOWN the
remainder of their SUMMER STOCK at
and below cost. We are also now re
ceiving a large assortment of GOODS
adapted to Merchants' and Platters'
trade, which has just bern purchased
in New York, by one of the fl m, at the
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at
CONSIRTINQ IN PART OF:
1 case 10-4 DLEACHED SHEETING at $1 per ysrd
1 caso 10 4 Bleached Sheeting. Soper
1 caso 6-4 and 0-4 Pillow Cotton
1 ceso 3-4 I. in?cloth, 15 and 20 cents
1 case 7-8 LonaelUh, 30 and 24 cents by piece
1 caao 4-1I.nngcloth, S3 to IO centit by piece
a balea moro of thoso super Eugliah Long.' ..tbs,
Irish Linens at all prices
7, 8 and 10-4 Bleached Table DimasltR at low prlcos
Bird Ey o and Ituasla Dispers lu variety
Linen Sheetings, all widths
Pillow I inens, all widths
Damask Napkins and Dejylles lu variety
Hui er 8, 10, 12 and HM Domaak Cloths
10 and 11-4 MarselUos Quilts, superior quality, at $8
FOR PLANTATION USE.
8-4 BHOWN 8BEETIN3S, FINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown Sheetings, fine and heavy
4-4 Brown Sheetings, fine and heavy
Cotton Osnaburgs, white and ?tripod, very heavy
40 plecea Blue Denims, assorted
40 pieces Blue Plaid Chocks
40 plecea Blue Stripes, heavy
40 pieces Blue Plaids, heavy
SO pieces Twill Stripes, hoavy
100 pieces Prints at low price
Colored Handkerchiefs in variety.
A fnll assortment of GOGDS in our line, all of which
will be sold at low prices by >
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KINO STREET,
Old Stand W. G. BANCROFT A CO.
OPEN THIS HORNING
ONE CASE DEBEGE, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
Ono case Wire Crash, 12 V cents.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
SUPER BLACK BAREGES
SUPER BLACK CH ALLIES
BUPEK BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 MAUI GES and
FRENCH ar - TZ.
ii % F H A CH l's.
THIS DAY (Mond?t) Ju y 30tb at No. 297 King-street,
ono door above Wentworth, without niiy reaorre,
THE U.NT1RE BALANCE OF bTOCK.
3 elshtb ca?ks r-E.uNi TIE URANDY
3 bble. Old Bourbon Wlnskey
Cases Old Rourbou \\ blakey
Case? Old Brandy
Cases Caiawoa (Sparkling.')
A lot of I 'rmi i ima xml Liquor Flasks
A lol ot Now Caakn 5 nud lu gal ons each.
A lot of TRUNKS, largo S'zes
Bataneo ol Dry Hoods
Clotblnx. Neck Tbs. Hosiery
Paper Collars, Drawers
Uniter Hhirt?. Combs, Pins, ftc.
A lot of I? wei ry lu Beta.
_Terms cash on delivery. July 30
Fine Horses al Auction.
BV I. H. K. UP %\i IT.
THIS DAY, July 30 lar.C. In iront of mj cfllco, No. 40'
Broad atrret, at ll o'clock, I ?rill ?ell,
1 pair of very Ono B\Y HOUSES; will io warranted
by owner as sound, ??un and gentle. Tboy draw In
singlo and doublo harness.
1 superior SADDLE MAhK; will bo warranted In
every respect by owner.
These Horses aro just (rom the country, and only sold
because the owni r bas no im tlier u&o tor them.
Conditions cash. July 30
A Fine Chance to gel e. good lol of Material for
BY How Kits N1LCOX.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, lu Meeilng- trcot, oproslto
ll av ni -nt . c ' i, at 1' >, o'clock,
A largo lot of WINDOW FRAMES' Ol.aZF.D 8A8BES,
with largo Ulasses aud Blinds tu match, '-lasa Doors,
flutters and Frames for Doors, Kimi! Doors, and a
xood lit df other Material, ono Hieb Deck, and two
largo s?ldo Cases for K< oks and I ai.ers, ? Iii.-li would
atm well for a Lawyer's Oilier, ko. This ls a tare
Oondiiions casu. _July 30
Oats! Oats! Oats!
BY HUI s ?Si KKK.
Will be sold, TO- . ORBOW, 3 nt instant, nt ll o'clock A.
M . at our nfllce, No. 7? Last Bay,
1200 BOSH KL* A 'H._ July 30_
Etialt) Sale-hy Order of the Ordinary.
UV \v. V. LKI'ltll.
Will be sold, TO-MOlt! O v, MU Incant, at 10 o'clock
A. M., st vo 8 Be re loni streof.
ALL THK UoUSHMLD AND EUCHEN FUBNI
TURE, consisting of bolas. 1 Ivans chairs, Marule top
Tables, Mirrors. Carpois, Curtains, Bedsteads, Bedding,
Buieaus, Wardrobes, Oil Paintings, i.ltchiu UtensUs,
&o.. ftc ,
Terms cash. All articles to bo romoved cn day of
sale. July 30
UNITED STA i KS MARSHAL'S SALK. J
SOUTH CA - OLIN A DI*ThICT.
77te United Slates vs. Sixteen Kegs of Whiskey.
BY MILLIGAN, .11 I' l.l II !'. lt s fV CO., A m i'm.
By virtue of a Writ of Ha'o to inn directed, under tbs
Decrco of tho HouoraMti tho District Court of the
United States tor tho District aforesaid, in the above
case. I will esposo for salo, at Public Auction, at No.
20 Vendu.- Ranne, In tbe pert of Charleston, at ll
o'clock A. M.. TO-MORROW, the 31st Inst.,
16 kegs of WliUn?Y, containing from five to seven
Conditions cash. J. P M. EPPING,
July 30_U 8 M for 8. C. D.
Merchaids" Hotel, reith its entire Stock of Furniture
WM. OUR* KY, Auctioneer.
I will sell, at Publie. Auction, on the premlfcs, on
THURSDAY, the 2d ot August, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
under foreeloauro of n. or" ?age.
The TWO YEAHS UNEXPIRED LEASE, and the en
tire St'^ck ot Furniture aud Fixtures, together with the
Good Will and Licenses of tho MER' 'II AN Tn ' HOTEL,
situated at the corner of Eing and Society streets,
Charleston, S C.
This Hotel is now in full operation, contains about 76
rooms, and bas 60 boarders; can no seen at all boure
during the day by making application at the office.
Terms cash. July 21
Clay Fit-Id Plantation.
BY COttfc(V, HANCKKb Ot CU.
A4 Private Sale
ALL THAT VALUABLE COTTOV AND RICE PLAN
TATION, situated in Christ Cburch Parish, eighteen
(18) miles from tho villa, e of Mount Pleasant, and
known aa "Clay Field," containing about v.iTti acres,
The land is ot first-rate quality and ls now under suc
cessful cultivation in Bloe anil Cotton. The crop ls hi
excellent condition, and promises a remunerative yield.
Ou the place is a Ano family Dwelling House, Rams,
Stables, and all necessary oat-buil lings, with Thresher,
Steam Engine, and laboiers' quarters, recently built
aud in first-rate lepatr.
The above p'ace offers great Inducements to persons
wishing to live near their plantation during the summer,,
being but a sb rt drive from a beal by aea-abore resi
dence. For further particulars and terms, which will
be accommodating, apply as ab..ve, at
No. 4G EAST BAY,
July 27 fmwfl Corner Boyce's Wharf.
Extensive Iron Wo'ks-Splendid Investment.
BV SMITH ?Sc Mc ?I L< LI V HAY,
Real Katata Brokers, No. 'Al Broad street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
At Private Sale
AU that EX i EN8IVE AND VALUABLF PROPERTY
generally known aa tbs "SPARTAN BUBO IBON
WO ll Kn," beautifully located on tbe Pacolet River, lr
Ppartanburg District, Hon tb Carolina, seven miles tr
Bpartauburg Village and Uve miles irom the Uni'
Bpartanbnrg Railroad at Its nearest point.
Tbls property consists of
2 BLAST FURNACES
1 Bolling Mill, with usual fix'*
1 Puddling Fire and 2 Eur.
1 Machine Shop, with u'?
1 Nail Facto, y wi'b tr
1 Saw Mill and 2 G
1 Tram Rai I roi-"
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