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lie Daily Mews
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16,1866.
ar SEE SECOND ?ND THIRD PAQSS. **?
Our. READING ROOM.-We would call tho atten?
tion of the public to oar freo reading room, which
is now fitted up complete. Here tho latest jour?
nals from all sectil .'ns of tho country can be
found, as well as the latest prices currents, tele?
graphic bulletins, and ship news.
THE FAILURE OF THE MAILS.-We take the fol?
lowing from the Richmond Times to save our?
selves the trouble of writing it, and to show that
the mails have failed uorMi of Richmond :
Wo have been much embarrassed recently by
the failure of tho Northern mails to reach US.
Wo believe, however, that the greatatid prolonged
fall of rain in the past few weeks is the true and
sufficient explanation of the matter, and wc ?ball
endeavor to possess our souls in patience until
unclouded skies prevail, aud the undermined
railroads are repaired. Our readers will under?
stand, under those circumstances, why wo clo not |
give more news. It is truo that there are tele?
graph lines for the transpoi tation of intelligence,
but wo suppose that their ordinary business quite I
fills their capacity, making thom unequal to such j
an emergency as this.
THE CAROLINIAN AND TUE RADICAL CHARLESTON ,
MERCHANT. - Tho Columbia South Carolinian j
dodges our inquiry about tho name ol'the Radical,
merchant. Wo are thereforo compelled toc?n-,
sider the whole thing a canard, not only became
it is improbable upon thc taco of it, but becf.uso
wo can nnil no confirmation ol it here. Wo du
not accuse tho Carolinian of manufacturing the
story, but believe that it has been imposed upon;
and unless the Carolinian can givo U3 tho names
of both parties concerned, we decline to say any?
thing further upon tho subject.
THE BLUE R?DGE RAILROAD.-From a letter re?
ceived in this city yesterday, from Col. ALBERT
FINE, tho distinguished Engineer of the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad, we learn that what is
known as the ' Lebanon Branch" of that road is
to be extended from its present terminus, "Crab
Orchard," to a point on the Kentucky and Ten?
nessee line, to which the Knoxville and Kentucky
Road is now being constructed.'
This action on the part of the Louisville and
Na?hvillo Railroad revives the hopes of the friends ?
of tho Blue Ridge Railroad scheme, as when
Knoxville shall be reached, the best available
route to the seacoast is via the "Rabun Gap" |
and Anderson C.JEL, in this ?State.
MAYOR'S COURT, October 15.-The Bacchana?
lians were out in force on Sunday, and the docket ?
showed a lively inorease in consequence. A li?
quorish chap so far forgot himself as to indulge |
in too many smiles, aud feeling in a jovial humor,
thought that he would not go home till morning,
and, by way of killing time, took a snooze in the j
City Hall Park. A wakeful policeman unfortu- [
nately heard him snoring, and routing him from
his soft bed of oyster shells, dragged him an unre?
sisting captive to a more comfortable bed. He
looked wild wheu called upon, but could not dis- j
pnte the facts, and was fined $5.
Another inebriate, inspired by the muse and j
bad jo, endeavored to sing tenor on East Bay.
His love of musi? and liquor combined, made him
produce such hideous sounds that several persons
in the vicinity mistook it for the last trump or a
jaokass' bray. The police have' a cultivated ear,
and one of the stars being around, took the musi?
cian in tow, and introduced bim to the academy,
where his first lesson cost him only $5. He proba?
bly won't repeat his calls.
The next was a wretch with soul so dead that,
, being unable to find bis own pillow, laid his
. drunken carcase in a market stall. This proceed?
ing is entirely opposed to city regulations, as no
live stock are allowed in those precincts. He
was resurrected from his humble couch and fur?
nished with a nice floor in a shady place. These
extra accommodations made him bleed to the
tune of $5, and he went off murmuring that it was
A poor shoat, who was apparently destitute of
religion, tampered with the spirit to such an ex?
tent that he could wrestle no longer, and subsided
quietly in Church-street near Queen. Being
found drunk in such a sacred locality so shocked
the police that he was immediately rubbed to con?
sciousness with a club, and toated to the asylum.
His sacreligious spree cost him $5, which was
paid with an awful grimace,
An ignorant character, who never read the
scriptures or any other book, was up for dispens?
ing the fluid on the Lord's day. The catechism
and the city ordinances were expounded from the
desk, but in order to enforce their application a
gentle reminder was imposed in the shape of a
$20 greenback. The publican paid and fled.
One of the b'hoys, who was rather en the war?
like order, was arrested' for firing a pistol in his
bar room. 'J he keen ears of the police caught
the sound, and marching in surrounded and cap?
tured him. As the young idea learnt to shoot for
four years, the Mayor deemed any further in?
struction unnecessary, and charged the bellicose
spiritualist $5 per shot. Being a man of means as
well as might, he paid $10, and left cursing the
high price of amusements.
PROVOST COURT, October 15.-United States vs.
Marcus Rivers (colored).-Assault and Battery I
on Sam'l Greeuo (colored).-Greene commenced
his statement by saying that ho belonged to a |
church and scorned to lie; that he was working on j
a wharf with Marcus and they hada difficulty, and j
Marcus'cursed him and dared him to fight,-bis
religion prevented him, so he merely Bhook his
fist m Marcus' lace, and told him that he could
not fight. Marcus had a knife, and being addicted to
' cutting, he asked tho crowd to take Marcus off;
but a blow was passed and his hand was cut by
the knife before any ono bad interfered. He
was very mad, but he controlled himself on ac?
count of the church. Rivers' statement was rath?
er different, for he made Sam to appear a lost
sheep of the church, for ho was very abusive and
bad struck the first blow. Tho Court decidod that
they were arcades ambe, and fined them both $5
or ten days; and told 8am that, being so religious,
he should have recollected that a "soft answer
turneth away wrath."
United States; vs. Francis Gilbreth (colored1.
Drunk and Dirorierly.-Francis looked rather
the worse for woar, and as if a hair of the dog
would not hurt; but he plead Not Guilty boldly.
The Sergeant of the Police found him on the
street drunk and noisy, and ordered him home;
he refused to go, and was very obstreperous, so
much so that he had to be carried to the cell in
the Guard House. The Court fouud that he had
been iu his cups and had lost his reason, and
therefore fined him $5 or ten days' labor on the
streets, which, they hoped, would restore his
equilibrium. Francis was minus funds, but for?
tunately found a friend who lent him the required j
amount and released him from limbo.
A NEW BUSINESS HOUSE.-HOLMES & CALDER_
We would oall the attention of our readers to the
new firm of HOLMES & CALDER, whose advertise-1
ment appears in another column, and who are
prepared for an exteusive business m paints, oils,
glass, &c, &c. Mr. Holmes is the senior and
only surviving partner of the late firm of Holmes
& Co., who did a successful business on East Bay j
before the war. Mr. Calder, though without pre?
vious connection with this business, bas the
habits, connections and experience thatgive assur?
ance of success. Both are natives of this city,
and have been educated to its business. They
havo taken the old stand of L. M. Hatch, entrance I
on Meeting and Hasel streots, and there is everv '
reason to believe that their enterprise will be
crowned with success.
THE UP TOWN GROCERY STORE_Our friends on
the Neck and in the Upper Wards will be pleased
to notice that Messrs. LOBSIGER & WIENGES have
opened a large Family Grocery at No. G93 King
street. Their Btock is large and well selected, and
suitable both for country and city trade. Attach?
ed to their Store is a line Wagon or Stock Yard. J
King-street ron fl is the groat, thoron tr lifare foi
drovers and stock-minder.*, and there are few
places on ti e route that ofter more facilities than
at Messrs. L. k W.'s. Tu the country trade great
inducements arc odored, and Produce is bought
ac the best prices, or taken in u ,v?er.
WE WOULD cali tho rillcn?on of (ho merchants
and tho public to a largo s ile of sugar, molasses,
?fcc., advertised in to-dav's iV*ri?, by AL s-r?< T E.
Hertz & Go. This molas-fea is all n? recent direct
importation, and will Im ?vild from t he Um te m
House Stores nr. tho lowest rates.
ELECTION or PUBLIC WI-UGHE;:.-Ai a nicoli: ",
of tho Commissioners of tho Market, held yestor
day, Mr. C. J, Beckman was elected rub ie Weigh?
er of the Market street weale-, nice J. P. Gaillard
A MAMMOTH BOOT is to bo seen nt No. 2.?0 King
street. It is tho sign of BRISTOLL'S great lie tail
Boot, Shoe and Trunk .stoic, iirist'.ir* wholesale
Store is at the corner of Hasel and Meeting streets.
LECTURE AT HIBERNIAN HALL.-A Fenian lec?
ture will bo delivered at Hibernian Hull to-morrow
night, and all interested aro requested to attend.
A .MONUMENT, as big as the grand Pyram id
might bo built of tho teeth that have been ruined
by neglect. Shall this still go on in faco of
tho great fact that SOZODONT is a certain pre?
ventivo of dental decay ? tue2
Auction Sales This Day.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & Co. wilt sell this clay, at tho Kew
Custom House Stores, at ll o'clock, 88 puncheons, 14
casks, and 6 bbls. English molasses.
B. M. MARSHALL will sell this day, before his Bales
room, No. 33 Broad street, at ll o'clock, a lot of land
known as No. 4 Princess street. Tho lot measures 26
feet front by 70 deep.
J. & W. Kn?* witt sell this day, at thoir sales room,
No. 138 Meoting street, opposrtto Pavilion Hotel, at 10
o'clock, a laig? lot of dry goods, worthy the attention
of the trade.
Under the direction of JAS. W. GRAY, E?q., Master in
Equity, will be sold this day, at ll o'clock, a lot of land,
with brick residence and' outbuildings thoreon, on tho
north side of Society street, near East Bay.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown.'s wharf, at
10 o'clock, 64 firkins State butter, 1400 hame, and H
tierces Rawson's hams.
M. L. AIMAR will sell this day, at his store, No. 10
Vendue Bauge, at 10 o'clock, a lot of furniture and an
assortment of ready-made clothing; also a fine row
boat, with oars,.boat book, and 3 sails.
MILES DRAKE will seil this day at his store, corner
of King and Liberty stroets, at 10 o'clock, dry goods,
watches, show case, and sundry other articles.
HENRY COBIA & Co. will sell this day beforo their
store, Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, sugar, lard, starch,
hams, shoulders, molasses, cheese, kc.
MILLIGAN, MELOHERS & Co. will sell thia day, at their
store, No 22 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, a lot of fur.
niture, and an invoice of dry goods and shoes; also, to?
bacco, milch cow, &c.
JAMES W. BROWN & Co. wUl sell this day at their
store, No. 116 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, an assortment of
crockery, bacon, and other articles.
LAUREY & ALEXANDER will sell this day In their store,
No. 187 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, flour, butter, hams,
For restoring strength and appetite, uso the great
Southern Tonic, PANHNIN'S Hepatic Bitters, and you
will not be disappointed. For sale by all Druggists, tu
COME TO THE FOUNTAIN OF LIFB, those who wish to
bs renovated. EFFINO'S SARSAPARILLA, and QUEEN'S
DELIGHT 1B like the soft dew that gives the flower new
life. All eruptions disappear when this balm is taken.
For salo by all Druggists.
October ll tuthsS
A MOTHER'S DUTY to her child is, first of all, to watch
over its health. Among children, in nine cases out of
ten, disease first manifests itself by a disordered state
of the bowels, This is invariably counteracted by the
use of MARSDEN'S CARMINATIVE 8YBUP. No fam?
ily should be without lt. Its general use would do
away almost entirely with the foarful lists of deaths
among children, which iorm such a startling item in
the weekly reports of the City Inspector',
For sale by all Druggists.
October 15 6 KING & CASSIDY, Agents.
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL NOTICE.-Drs. CLECKLEY &
BOHLE Y (of Colnmbus, Ga.,), having permanently loca?
ted in Charleston, respectfully tender their services to
the citizens, in tho praotioe of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. has hal the experience of fifteen years in this
school of medicine.
Office at our residence, No. ll, S. W. corner COL?
LEGE and GBEEN STBEETS (corner of Green),
HERVEY M. CLEOKLEY, M. D... PHILIP T. SOHLE Y, M. D
September 6 lyr
Rumors of Peace
For days and months hare lived,
Despite the probabilities of War.
The land's great heart is all attuned to hear
The last dread echo of War's direful trump,
And all men pray for Victory and Peace I
Rumors of Health
Are borne on every breeze that comes
From DRAKE'S great Laboratory in New York,
Where he prepares PLANTATION BITTERS still,
To heal the nations, and the sick restore.
As all men hope that Peace may come,
So all laen wish that health may stay.
To that end, poor Dyspeptics, Hypochondriacs dull,
Victims of Vertigo, Headache, Fever, Care,
All take PLANTATION BITTERS, ami are Bare
To find relief from their besetting ills.
Let the whole World PLANTATION BITTERS use,
And all the nations shall hava,Health and Peace.
October 16 tntliBS
PITTSBURGH, May 10th, 1866.
Messrs. Hostelttr ? Smith :
GENTLEMEN ?-During a visit to the West last fall, I
contracted chills and fever, which brought me to my
bed, and finally terminated in typhoid fever, and con
fined me to my room for several monthB, during which
time I was physically EO prostrated that I almost des?
paired of ever recovering my health ; having almost en?
tirely lost my appetite for days, not being able to eat a
morsel, added to which I was distressed with a reeling
sensation in my head, and passed many sleepless nights
-all from debility caused by my prostrate condition,
brought about by fever. At this stage of my condition
a friend recommended me to use your celebrated
Stomach Bitters, but being morally opposed to the use
of stimulants in any form, I at first declined, but after?
wards yielded my prejudices, and, after taking the
medicine for several weeks, my appetite returned, and
with it 1 am rapidly regaining my former strength and
vigor. My sleep (from the losa of which I have suffered
much) has nover been better than it is now, and the
reeling sensation (before alluded to) hastntirely left me.
My bowels, which were much constipated and irregu?
lar, are now quite natural, and, in fact, I am glad to say
that I feel myself a new man, and tender you this test! -
monial of my appreciation of your valuable prepara- ^
tion in order that others may avail thencuelvos of its
virtues, which prejudioe kept me from enjoying for so
long a period. I may BIBO add that my physician, after
seeing the beneficial effect of your Bitters on me, recom?
mended that I use them regularly.
Yours, very respectfully,.
October 15 6 No. 45 Market-street.
Dry Goods, Watches. Shoio Case, <tc,
,HTTTO -W^TBV Ml Li ic S Dit VICE.
THIS -I01i.,ING; ai 30 oVIoek, I wiirscll at my store
. T^??,,er Kwi" ainl Li'crtv streets, '
Pieces , LP\CV . St.-OT. II PLA D. Fignr-d Delaines
Whim and I' aid Flaum-l, Irtan Linen, Silccia
Canvas. I.nngcloth (?..morir, Satinets, Scotch Tweeds
...\\- . T ".' L'!lfs'mere (bl ;e.k ?md laney)
All ?- ol Pains, Wim? and lJi-,wii Conon P'annol
1'armers Jean, \.c.. ,i0ZCI,H x.idi--s* White Hos?
Al-n s \\ Inte. Crown ami Mhert d ii ii Halt Hose
$ m? 'iwsy Merino -io. i- ai. ? Drawers
N glige.Shim. Tablecloths. To-.vo!s
:'.';!'!?: ".luX Hoop illira, Gc-nts' Kia and Cloth Gloves
Luck Diiv:;i?. Giovos
M!.\V'? wS' .;1!m!,Tocfc C-ips, Blankets
Men s Woollen Uah Hose, Neckties, .tc.
ll SILVER WATCHES.
nw ,1 SU0 'v (-'Ayii:> !) ffot lon-;.
TerrnRcash. October 10
Unreserved Sale bf 'Dry Goods, &c.
'l'Tira -ni- v -T- lSi s>*-'- lintix.
Vr I TUESDAY, Kith instant, at 10 o'clock A.
t?l-, \. S:tlM hoonis, No. IIIS Meeting street, op?
posite Pavilion Hotel .
THE ?TOOK OF A COUN'J BY STORE,
XT"vn, ooMi'itisiNr. :
Qlw?"? n' ,"??rEX''-' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND
S".? ,,Clp"' Clothing, Shawls, Handkerchiefs,
Woollen Hoods, ?mall Wares, Fancy Goods, (. utlr -, &c.
INVOICE OF IMPORTED BRITISH GOODS,
., COXP1ST1.VC1 OF
wi7r a '^i?3' f,L"ACAS, 00 BU ROS, SHIRTING FLAN
Si , . ' . Haudkorchlefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Crimean
DAMAGED GO ' Jj s ? X STEAMSHIP MONERA.
PIECES PR INTE! J IJEL,UN?>, LANCASTER GING?
HAMS, Ringgold Plaids, Loincloths and Sheeting.
Conditions cash. October 10
Crockery, lindon, Ac.
JAMES vv. BROWN ?CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at their Store, No. HG East Bay,
at 10 o'clock,
100 sets CUPS AND SAUCERS
10 dozon Mugs
10 dozen Plates
6 dozon Bilkers
- dozen Spittoons, Pitchers, Milk Pots, &o.
16 tierces Shoulders
6 tierces Strips
26 bose? Soap
15 sase? AFBortod Cordials
10 cases Lonelon Cordial Gin
15 cases M nstarel
20 boxes Starch
20 dozen Scrub Brushes.
Conditions cash. October 16
Sugar, Lard, Starch. Hams, &c.
BY HENRY COBIA At CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our Store, will be sold,
16 barrels 0 SUGAR
CO tubs Lard
60 boxes Starch
200 Bagged Hams
10 barrels Molasses
20 boxos Cheese.
Conditions cash. October 16
Suyerior Barbadoes Molasses, direct importation
? per schooner M. E. Banks.
BY ISAAC E. ll H.RTZ ?te CO.
THIS DAY, 16th instant, will be sold at New Custom
House Stores, at ll o'clock A. M.,
88 PUNCHEONS No. 1 ENGLISH MOLASSES
14 casks No. 1 English Molasses
6 bbls. No. 1 Engish Molasses.
Conditions-$2000 or under cash; over $2000, 10 |
days, for approved endorsed notes or city acceptance.
Butter und Hams.
BY T. M. CATER.
THIS DAY, 10th inBt., will be sold, on Brown's Wharf,
at 10 o'clock,
64 firkins STATE BUTTER, now landing
1400 Hams in lots-Choice Sugar Cured
14 tierces Rawson's celebrated Hams, now landing j
Conditions cash. October 16
T. M. BRISTOLL'S
BOOT IP SHOE EMPORIUM,
BEND OF KING STREET.
In Store and now opening a large
and fresh assortment of BOOTS, SHOES,
TRUNKS, TRAVELLING BAGS, VA?
LISES, &c, of every variety, style and
finish, selected expressly for this market.
A cail is respectfully solicited.
C. T. flIWIIAM.
A. S. BROWN.
T. M. BRIST0LL,
NO, 250, BEND KING STitEET,
P. S-WHOLESALE STORE
CORNER MEETING- AND HA?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
IHAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH
with a large STOCK OF ROOTS AND SHOES for
Fall and Winter trado, consisting of GentB', Boys' and
Youths' Boots and Shoes of all sorts and sizes; also,
Ladies' Fine Dress Gaiters and Balmorals, Ladies' Strong
Walking ShoeB; also, a great vaiiety of Ladies' and
Gents' House Slippers, and Misses' and Children's Gai?
ters and BalmoralB of all hinds and sizes-all of which 1
wUl be sold at tho lowost market prices, by
October 13' Imo No. 381 KING-STREET.
HAIR CLOTH, REPS, BROCATELS ADD DAMASK.
All kiuds of furniture Upholstered by experienced |
H. W. KINSMAN,
No! 279 KING STREET,
October 15_2_(Up stalrB).
1?RS. JOHN CLEIE
T~) ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER FRIENDS AND
I Xi tho public that she has opeued a FANCY MILLI?
NERY ESTABLISuMLNT, at No. 623 KING STREET,
where i?lio will ne most happy, at all times, to furnish
hi r patrons with the BEST AND MOS! FASHIONABLE
N, B.-All orders promptly attended to.
October 12 3*
AUCTION ? ALES.
Flow, Butler, Hilders, Hams, &c. &e.
BY LAUREY & AI.ICXA?l'!EH.
THIS U.1.Y, tho '(?th iu^-t., will bo Hold in our Store, No.
137 ' iist Bay, at 10 o'clock, \
30 BBLS FLOUE
lt ke?a Butter
fi les, Plain Hams
(1 tes. Sngar-cnred Hams
4n dozen Straw Brooms
25 dozi/n whits Bowls
fi bills. Walnuts.
_"Conditions cash. October 1G
Waging, Spars, Ac.,-On account of all concerned.
u\ LAU??*. ?, ? AUKXA.'' DI?.it,
TO-MORliOW, thc 17th inst., will be sold on Southern
Wharf, at 10 o'clock,
1 Malu Gilli'
Fore und Muin Bigging
1 To?' ]jt:<n
1 lot 15)')clo=, Warp Tackles, kc, kc.
Conditions cash. October 16
Potatoes and Onion.-!-On account of the under?
writers and all concerned, and by order of the
Ky IJAU-MPVY cfc AUKX.l'JDRK.
TO-MORROW, tlie 17t!i inst., will bo sold on Fraser's
Wharf, nb>ng9idc tho Br. brig Agues, at tl o'clock,
:t?il BB'LX POTATOES
ld') liblH. Onions.
Conditio!:!? cash._October Iii
MiLLTUA V, MMLCI1KRS cfc CO.,
No. 23 Vendue ltiingp,
Will sell TO-DAY, h.tb inst., at lu o'clock,
1 LOL FUKNITCIRE,
CONSISTING OF :
BEDSTEADS, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Washstands, Din
in? and Centro Tables, tolas, Mohair Bockir and
Chairs, Cane Seat and Windsor Chairs. Cane Seat Book?
ers, What-Kot, Hat Back, 1 new Meat Safe, Looking
Glasses, Clocks, Pictures, lot Matting, kc, kc.
An INVOICE DRV GOODS AND SHOES.
1 Milch Cow. October 16
HY MILLIGAN, HI KLCHKltS.? CO.
TO-MORROW, the 17th instant, at Brown's Wharf,
foot of Vendue Bango, at ll o 'clock we will sell,
?he sloop ARK. 62 feot long, 15 feet beam, and 5 feet
hold ; capacity from 18,000 to 20,000 foot of Luuibor, 1600
bushols Rice, or 20 cords Wood. Her rigging, sails,
kc, aro all in completo order, and having been recently
put in thorough repair, bhe is now ready for freight.
Terms cash._' _ Ootobe$16
MILLIGAN. SIKLC'HRUS & CO. "
Will sell on MONDAY, 22d iustant, on the whar/in rear
of >ew Custom House, at ll o'clock,
1 HORIZONTAL TUBULAR BOILER, 6 feet long and
40 inchos diameter
1 Upright Tubular Boiler, 6 foet 6 inches long and 40
1 Steam Pump
About 2obiirs Railroad Iron
3 Mushroom Anchors
1 lot Wrought and Cast Iron.
Conditions cash._ October 12
BY H. M. MARSHALL,.
THIS DAY, 10th instant, at ll o'clock, will be sold
before my Sales Room, No. 33 Broad street,
All tliat LOT OF LAND known as No. 4 Princess
street, in tho city of Charleston, togethej with the
building thereon. The house is of brick, and contains
four square rooms and two attics. The lot meosures 26
feet front by 70 deep, be the samo a little mero or less.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay me for papers.
October 16 _tutbsamtuS
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
TO-MORROW, 17th Inst., at ll o'clock, will be sold, at
my Sales Room, No. 33 Broad-street,
An Assortment of Well-Kept FURNITURE,
CHAIR8, SOFA, SIDEBOARDS, CRIB, HAT RACES
Office Desk, Extension Tables, Card Tables
Sowing Machine, Carpet, &c,
1 DONKEY, with Cart and Harness.
Irish Potatoes and Onions.
BY J. A. KNSLOW Ai CO.
Will bo sold, on Kerr's Wharf, TO-MORROW, at half,
past 10 o'clock,
- hundred bbls. IRISH POTATOES
- hundred bbls, Onions
- bunches Onions. Octobor 16
Irish Potatoes and Onions, for account of whom it
BY J. A. KtVSLO W di CO.
Will be Eold TO-MORROW, 17th instant, at 10>i o'clook,
on Kerr's Wharf,
- barrels IRISH POTATOES, slightly damaged
- hiirrols Onions, slightly damaged
- buncheB uuiw?. Bliohtly damaoed.
October 16 ?
Horses and Spring Wagon at Auction.
BY h. BUNCH cfc SON,
No. 500 King street*
Will bo sold, TO-MORROW, 17th instant, at half-past 10
8EVERAL W9RK HORSES
1 Primo Work Mule
1 Genteel Spring Wagon, with Top and Harness, com?
2 HAY CUTTERS, in good order
Several pairs of Ox Yokes
1 Cotton Hand Gin
1 Corn Mill, In good order
1 Fine Doublo Barrel Gun.
Snndry ARTICLES OF FURNITURE.
Unlimited Articles received up to hour of Sale.
October 16 _
Superior Clayed Molasses, Direct Importation by,
Schooner Morning Star, from Cardenas.
BY STRKBT BROTHERS ?Si CO.
ON THURSDAY, tho 18th instant, at ll o'clock A. M.
will bo sold alongside the schooner Morning Star, at
Brown k Co.'s South Wharf,
40 hhds. choleo CARDENA* CLAYED MOLASSES.
12 tierces choice Cardenas Clayed Molasses.
16 bbl?, choice Cardonas Clayed Molasses.
4 half bbls. choteo C?rdenos Clayed MolasseB.'
Conditions cash._October 16
UVITKD STATES MARSHAL'S SALE,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
The United States of America vs. 1G cases of Im?
ported Holland Gin
MILLIGAN, MKLCHKRd k CO. AucriONEEns.
By virtue of an Order of Sale, to me directed from tho
Honorablo tho District Court of South Carolina, for
the District aforesaid in tho aliovo case, I will expose
for ede at public auction, at No, 22 Vondue Ranee, in
the Port of Charleston, at ll o'clock A.M., ou THURS?
DAY, tho J8tb instant.
16 cases IMPORTED HOLLAND GIN.
J, P. M. EPPING, U. S. Marshal,
October 10 3 So. Ca. District.
E. H. RODGERS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS THAT THEY
have r. moved their office from Adger's Wharf to
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF. *?'
FRANCIS J. PELZ GR.FRANCIS S. RODGERS.
T. D. MURCHISON,
No. 54 Pine street,
October 15 _8m0B
MRS. S. J.
3STo. 363 King-st.,
CHARLESTON, S. C-,
"EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS,"
FRENCH MILLINERY AND ARTISTIO DRESS
MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Paper Pat?
terns ot the latent styles constantly kept on haud.
Country orders toiicited and promptly attended o.
1 f\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AS.
JLU SOGIATION STOCK.
Apply ot this office. Joly 18
?NU?R DECREE IN !. QUIT Y.
Thompson rs. Browne, Administrator, el al.
THIS DA?, thc lfiih October at ?1 o*cloi;k, Will be
BO,'L near th* Exchange,
ALI. THAT I Oi.'( a? LAND, with the BRICK RE8I
DENCE and OUTHUILDJNGs thereon, situato on the
noith sid' of bowe ty stn et. Wan: Ko. ?, near East Bay
street, belonging to thc Estate ol' Gabriel B. Browne,
adeceased, nietsnrlng ?o net in i.ont on society street,
nd in depth 144 feet, more or 1rs*.
Terras-One-fourth cash; balance in ono, two, three,
and four years, secured by bonus ol thc purchaser and
mortgage of tho premises; tho buildiuus to bo insured
aud tho policy assigned, l'urchasi r to r.av l'or papers.
.LiMES \V. t-.HAY,
October 16 ftu8 Master in Equity.
Sampsons & Baldwin vs. Donnell.
UNDER DEOK?B IN EQUITY..
Will bo rold, under tho direction of the undersigned, at
thai'ld Custom House in this city, on THURSDAY,
the??th day of Octobor, 1866, at ll o'clock A. M.
1. All that TOT OF LAND, situate on the north side
of Broad-street, in the City of Charleston, bounding to
the north on laud now or late of Louis Trapmau; to the
east On land uo>Y or lite O? Benjamin H RutrlH'lge; to
th? si-.uth ou Broad-street, and to the west on land now
or late of Lewis Trapmau, measuring anti containing in
front on Brotd-street Atty (BO) feet by one hundred and
forry-sevnn (147) feet tn depth f.-nm north to south.
2. All that LOT OF LAME-, situate on the south side
of Short-street, in tho Oity of Charleston, bounding to
tho north on Short Btroft; to tho east ou laud now or
late of estato ot Mrs Pcolino; to the south on land of es
taloofJoim Donnoll, and to tho weat on land now or
late, of Lewis Trannian, nioasuriug in front on h-hort
strr-oi filly i?O) feot six (six) inches, by eighty-two (82)
foot iu depth.
ll. All mat LOT OF LAND, with the DWELLING
BOOSE A.-.D IMf'ROVE.UIiNl'S thereon, situate in
tho titra of Blackville, in Barn well District, containing
4 24-100 acres, more or :'.<?-,; bounded on the north by
South Boundary-r-trcet; on Die rast and south by lands
of estate ol' E. Larligue, on the west liv thc Barnwell
Terms-One-third C--.RU; balance in three equal suc?
cessive ?Hamal Instalments, with interest from day of
palo, payable, annually; seemed by bind of f,he
purchaser and niorigiigo of tho prouiipos. Biiikllng:to
nc insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers. JA VI US TU P PE K,
October 6 etntho .Mas er in Equity.
VNDEK DECREE IN EQUITY.
Strain vs. Limehovse.
Will bo sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the 6th Novem?
ber, 1886, at ll o'cl-'ck,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND on the east sirle of Lime
house-street, in this city, known by the nnmbor 4, on
the plan of the lands of Rub't Ltmehonse, and measur?
ing,,on Limehouso-street, th rty-seven feet, and in depth
one hundred and five feet, more or less.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND adjoining ibo above on
the south, of the same dimensions, and known by the
number 6, on the same plan.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND adjoining the next above,
on the south, of tho same di mentions, and known by
the number 6, on the same plan.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND on the north side of Tradd
street, known by the number 37, on the plan of the
ALL THAT LO r OF LAND adjoining the above, on
the west, and known by the number 88.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND adjoining the last above,
on the west, and known by the number 39.
Terms.- One-filth cash; balance in Ave equal sucoea
livo annual instalments, with interest from date, paya?
ble annually, secured by mortgage of the premises. Par*
chasers to pay for papers. JAMES TUPPER.
October 16 tuthsO Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY,
Lee us. Lynch.
Will be sold nuder the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the 6th Novem?
ber, 1860, at ll o'clock,
All that HOUSE AND LOT in this city, on the wert
aldo of Church-street, next adjoining tho First Baptist
Church on the south, measuring fifty- seven feet five
inches (67 feet 6 inches), more or leas, on the front line,
and about sixty (60) feet on the back line, and in depth
on tho north line about one hundred and twenty-one
(121) feet, and on the south line about one hundred
and twenty-four (124) feet. Bounding on (he north by
the land of the said First Baptist Church, on the east by
Church-street, and on the south by land now or late of
A. P. Trouche.
Terms.-One-third cash; balance payable In three
equal, successive annual Instalments, with interestfrora
date, payable annually, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. The buildings
to be insured and polioy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers. JAMES TUPPER,
October 16_tuthsO_Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Symons vs. Bernard.
On THUR8DAY, the 8th Noyember next, at ll o'clock,
A. M., will be sold, near the Exohange,
ALL THAT VALUABLE PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND
within the present limits of th?, ni?,? ?* ?-*
known as McLean's Farm, containing four acres, more
or less, bounding to the north on land of John Gordon
TermB.-One-naif caph; the balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by the bond and mortgage
,of the purchaser, with leave to pay the wholo in caen.
The purchaser to pay for papers.
JAMES W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
October 16 tui'7thl
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Macbeth et ax, vs. Hume, Trusteed al.
On TUESDAY, the 6th of November next, at ll o'clock,
A. M., will be sold near tho old CuBtoru House,
ALL THAT LJT OF LAND en the east side of New
street, in the city cf Charleston, known in Purcell's
plat of Henry Middleton's lands as No. 27, measuring
and containing in front on New street, 40 feet 3 inches,
on back or cast lino 40 feet, on the north Ruo 156 feet,
and on the Bouth line 153 feet 8 inches. Bounding to
tie west on New street, to th 5 east ou land late of
Turnbull, to the north on land of Mrs. Mary Ponnal,
and to tho west on lot No. 28. ,?
ALL THAT OTHER LOT in New street adjoining the
above to the south, and known in Purcell's plat as No.
28, measuring iu front on New street 40 feet 3 Inches,
on the back or east line 40 feet 6 inches, on the north
line 163 feet 8 indies, and on the south line 161 feet.
Bounding to the west on New street, to tue east on land
late of-TurnbnU, to the north on lot No- 27, and
to tho south on No. 29, the property of estate A. 8. WU
A plat of the above two lots can be seo:a at my office.
Terms-One-third cash; bataneo payable in one, two,
three, four, and llvo years, secured by-bond and mort?
gage of the premises. Purchasers to pay for papera.
J. W. GRAY,
Octobor 16 tuf 7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Will bo sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tho 6th of No?
vember, 11-06, at ll o'clock, ' .
ALL THE HOUSE AND LOT on the southside of
Beaufaln street in this city, known by the Number SI,
and moasuring in fronton said street twenty-five(36)
feet, and in depth sixty (60) feet, more or IOBB. Bounded
aast by land of E. Garden, west by land of R fiColloway,
north by Beaufain street, and south by land of G. W.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in three successive
annual instalments, with interestfrora diyof sale, pay
ablo annually; secured by mortgage of the premises,
and insurance of the buildings and assignment of polt;
cy. Purchaser to pay for papers.
October 16 luth? 9 Master in Equity.
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, &c, al Auction.
BY SHUT ta AND MCGILLIVRAY.
No. ?7 Broad street, South Side near Stat?
Sales of FURNITURE. &c, at private residences at?
tended to at moderate chargos. _ _
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSE3, VEHI?
CLES, FURNITURE, &c, at half-pastlO o'clo-k, at ou
office. Imo October S
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,^
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ?
No. 37 Broad-Street, near State-street*
At Private Sale
Two of the best STORES AND BUSINESS STANDS oa
Fine Residence, Oannoh-street, 1 door from King
street. thstuS October ll
At Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
No. 311-8 Broad-street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
1 UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS WATER-POWERS, 8?MKBR
RESORTS, &c, isa, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOT
in every part of the city. 3mo Seotember IL
FAMILIES DESIRING A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF
SYDNEY COAL, can be supplied at the lowed;
price from schooner "Advance," discharging this dar.
This Coal is the best of its kind, and suited for parlor or
cooking purposes. Orders left at our office, Boyce's
Wharf, will be promptly attended to.
October 16 2 T. S. ?r, T. G. BUBB.