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?P. 2, 1866.
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FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866.
LARGEST .CIRCULATION IK THE C1?, j
?S-TIIIC XL.IBT OH'LKTTRRS XKK- j
TMyVINING- in tlio Pottoffioa at tito
omi of oubli week in i>u?:>liHlif?<l ofll
oinlly in T Ii IO DAILY NEWS
evoi-y Friday morning.
Tho following aro tho Agents for ttys paper:
W. A. HE3CINOWAY, Oonoral Traveling and Collecting
?ev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling aud Col
TOWNSEND & NORTH, BookEclIora and Stationen!,
Columbia, 8. C.
O. D. GOODMAN, Cross Hill, Laurens District, 8. C. /
J. V. NETHER8, Union. 8. O. /
Captain W. E. EARLE, Orconvlllo/S. C.
CoL J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0.
J. T. DuBOIS, Marion.
C. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Moulton Co., Fla.
PATRICK k HUVEY, Macou, (la.
JTY. H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, ?. C. .
J. B. ALLEN, Chester C. H.; 8. C.
W. 8. LANCE, Ornhamvillo P. 0., Beaufort, 8. C.
B. F. BRADFORD, Waltcrboro', 8. C.
H. L. DARI?>.Sumtor, S. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangohurg, 8. C.
J. M. BROWN, ? Southerner office," Darlington, 8. C.
M. M. QDTNN 4 BRO., Augusta.
J. II. ESTELL, Savannah, Go.
ISAAC DAVEGA, Agent lu New York.
WB rcgrot that owing to a dolay unavoidnblo in
our ofiico, Tire NEWS failod to reach its subscribers
on the lino of tho South Carolina Railroad yester
day. Hereafter wo trust nothing of tho kind will
occur; at all events wo shall uso our utmost exer
tions to provent it.
PRICES CURRENT.-The Daily Newa' Prices Cur'
rent wUl bo ready for dolivory this morning at UD.
oorly hour, and wiU contain, tosido tho usual
amount of interesting commercial matter, tables
showing tho commerce of the port for tho past
LAZ* MAN'B LOAD.-Why do the drivers of the
scavenger carts so ofton overload thom ? WliaJ. ?B
the use of piling moro offal on a cart than itwiU
hold, and then spilling it out all along tho route ?
Yesterday carolossncss of this kii^d was productive
of a most offonsivo nuisance in a rospoctable part
of Meeting streot, and tho inhabitants complained
loudly of the imposition. Let our policemen bo on
the lookout for tho carters who carry a lazy man's
load and report them. This way o? doing their
duty is worse than not doing it at all, and deserves
the imposition of a hoavy ponalty, which would re
dound to the good oMbo policemen and the city.
FIRE.-An alarm of fire was sounded at 4 A. M.
yesterday morning, and smoko waa seen issuing
from the roof of tho houso at tho northwest corner
' of Spring and St. Philip stroots, owned by Mr. B.
J. HATCHER. Tho first alarm wau given by tho
Marion Houso, but as that engine was Boon on tho
spot, fortunately the flames wore extinguished with
but a trifling loss. Tho Uro waa altogether acci
dental and was BuppoBod to havo originated from a
defectivo flue or a spark.
This portion of the city is composed altogether
of woodon buildings, and had tho fire not havo been
discovered so soon, the consequences would have
been very diaputrous.
THE BATTEUY.-It is enough to mako a Charles
tonian feel sad to walk on the Battory in its pres
ent dilapidated condition. It looks Uko the gorden"
of a bankrupt or a sluggard, neglected and gone to
waste. - Tho grass grows grcon over its walks, and
there aro holos in it that the mounds would not
suffice to fill. Many - p??plo complain that its
being frequented by colored peoplo renders it no
longer a ploaeant resort, and that it is not worth
?hilo to upend any more money on it; but if we are
to adopt that doctrine wo will havo no public
walks, gardens, parks, nor anything at all of that
sort, for the freodmon con go any whore.
THE NEW POSTOFTTOE.-The solee ti on ot a posi
tion for the postofCce waa most judicious. The
building now used prosonts a noat and businoss
liko appearance, and affords an abundance of room
for carrying on the affaira of the postoffice, besides
leaving a sufficiently largo place for the audience
to stand. The night box is on tho loft hand side of
tho main entrance, and thoro is a separate box for
drop Iettors. Special caro has boen taken to
accommodate the ladios, and a soparato entrance
ia proparod for thoo!, with a private stairs at the
sido of the building. Tho wholo aryngomont re
flects great credit on tho Postmaster, and if the
mails and dolivory thoreof woro as well arranged as
tho postoffico, thora would no longer be any
ground of complaint in that direction.
Goo? DISPATCH.-The steamship Kingfisher,
Captain HAHBIB, sailed yesterday for Baltimore,
with COO bales cotton and considerable quantities
of othor merchandize Tho Kin/fisher is the first
vessel of the new Bal timor? Lino. Sho arrived hore
on Sunday last, with a largo cargo, and although
tho woathor, part of tho timo since, has boon unfa
vorable, Messrs. COUBTENAY & TRENIIOLM, hor
agents, snecooded in getting a full cargo for her.
A port of this cotton ia bound through to Liver
pool, Mesera. COURTENAY it, TBENROLM giving
through biUs of lading to that point, to bo re-ship
ped by tho Baltimoro and Liverpool steamship
TnB ELLIOTT SOCIETY OP NATURAL HISTORY.-At
the regular annual mooting of this Society, hold
last night at the Charleston College, tho following
officers woro olectcd to sorvo for tho oneuingyear :
Professor LEWIS B. GIBBEfl.
Profteaor FRANCIS 8. HOLMES?
BOBEBT HOME, laen. IRt Bev. Bishop LYNOH.
Dr. UDMUND RAVENEL. |?r. L. A. FRAMPTON.
Dr. J. F. M. GEDDINQ&
Dr. GEORGE E. TRE6COT.
W. H. MAZVOK, Eoq.
OOlOflTTKB OP 0 OB ATOM:
De. 3. V. M. GKDDINGS.^
Dr. J. P. CHAZAL.
Dr. GEO. B. TRBSCOT.
Dr. P. G. ROBINSON.
Profoeeor JOHN MoCBADY.
W. O. MAZYOK, Esq.
Dr. W. H. FORD.
Dr. G. B. M ANIGAULT.
PARADE OF A COLORED FIRE COMPANY.-Yostoiv
' day afternoon tho stroeta were toinpararily block
aded by . denso crowd of freed- popple-mon,
women, boya, girls and babies-that accompanied
? odorod Aro <y>mjliny which waa parading. When
? ans ooald ge* a g??npeo of the company through
tho throng qf darkies, whick was rmrj rare, it was
soeii to bo tho Niagara. It mustorcd about thirty
mon, nicoly dressed in a uniform of bluo shirts
turned down with red, black pant?, and tho usual
fireman's hat. Thoy had a Uno banner of bluo
silk, on which wau printed, in gilt loiters, tho
nanio of tho company, tho dato of ita organization,
and their motto-"Ever Heady." A colored band
was in attcmlanco, which* accounts for tho crowd.
Tho company behaved with tho greatest propriety,
mid ovon tho accompanying crowd mado no uu
?RRTUBNINU REFUOEES.-It i_ not as frcipiont a
siglit now UB it WBB this timo last year, but still
you can often seo even now, at tho dopot of tho
South Carolina Railroad, boiug unloaded from tho
trains, tho furnituro,. bodding, household utensils
and trunks of refugees who aro just returning to
tho city after an absonco of thrco, four, or ovon
Ave ycai_. Examino thcBO remuants of property,
aud you can BCO at a glauco what thoy onco woro
and what thoy now aro. Tho hiatory of removals
nud of hard usage ia writton indolibly and unmis
takably upon them iu scrntchOB, bruises, and
breakage. Tho history of tho furnituro is tho his
tory of tho family. Thoy, too, aro dilapidated.
Thoy aro oltlor. Thoy nro no longer whole An
old mombcr has gono to rest in his appointed
Jimo, or tho Bword has cut off tho gallant son in
tho bloom of youth, or a daughter has Buccumbod
to unwonted hardships. Still tho jemnant of tho
family brings tho remnant of tho proporty back to
CharloBton, to tho old city, to tho much lovod
home. Thoy aro hero onco moro, and tbo horrors
of rofugoo life aro for a* moment forgotten. Tho
trading of furnituro, clothes, and. jowolry, at one
fourth thoir vnluo, to hard-listed old farmors for
corn at two or tlu-co prices, is liko a troubled
dream. Tho church spires, tho long streets, tho
shop windows, tho moving panorama of vehicles
andpedostrians, tho rattling of wheels, tho heat
ing of hammers, tho cricB of finhcmion, in short,
all tho familiar sights and sounds of city life, seem
BO natural, so exactly tho samo as thoy did years
ngo, that thoy ecom for a moment never to havo
been away. But city people can never entirely for
got tho miseries of a forced lifo in tho backwoods,
and we beliovo implicitly that to whisper the word
up-country in tho ear of a sleeping c_-rcfugco
would givo him tho nightmare.
MATOE'S COOBT.-Olio of the Green Islanders
having a fondness for tho juico, took a drop too
much and perforpiqd several fantastic manoeuvres in
Market-street, to tho edification of an appreciative
audience. According to rccont regulations, a pub
lic dance costs something,-and many was bagged
by a stray policeman. Sho asserted in piteous
tones that it was not her fault, as tho laut taste
mado her sing and frolic, and besides sho had four
children homo dependent on her. Just ico could
not bo hoodwinked in this way, and MAU? was
charged $5 as tho fruit of her transgression.
An ugly African with on ironical countenance,
went into the hardware business and stole a quan
tity of old iron from tho dredging machino at ono
of tho wharves. His cas? was referred to a magis
A darkey, ambitious of proforment, endeavored
to forco Ida way on Adger's wharf contrary to reg
ulations, and was fined $5 for tho effort.
As tho Circus is now coming equestrian perform
ances aro all tho vogue, and a drayman, inspired
with lofty and inspiring thoughts, mado tho side
walk, near tho Ar tos i an Well, his course. But, like
love, it did not run smooth, as ho was arrested in
his mad career hy a star, and carried to tho judge's
stand, whoro ? fine of $5,was awarded as the result*
of his performance.
Elliott street ia such a classic locality that it is
seldom anything good turns up thcro. In tho pro
Bont i list anco ono of its donizons, inflamed by light
ning whiskey, commenced whooping and yelling in
a terrible manner. The guardians of the night were
alarmed, and smothered the songs ter ian coll. His |
notes weio so bad, and the whole entertainment
such a failure, that he had to pay $10 for his first
lesson. Tho prico was high and monoy scarce, so
ho waa jugged.
Ono of tho old habitues of the Guard IIouso, and
who has been thore so of ton that sho is considered
a regular boarder, was caught again on a heavy
drunk. Rosa had nothing to say; language was in
capablo of expressing hor feelings, and sho hung
her head in silence. $10 was sternly read out as
hor punishment, and she droopingly departed,
looking liko tho Last Rose of Summer.
Now FTOM.-Wo invito attention to tho card of
licBsrs. W. Y. LEITCH and B. S. BEUNS, who have
formed a copartnership in business; Mr. LEITCH
is well known to tho public OB lately tho Surveyor
of this port, who resigned his position because he
could not toko tho iron-clad test oath. Mr. BBDNB
is favorably known as having boen tho hoad of
the house of BIIUNS & BEC, Both gentlemen,
therefore, aro too well known to tho publio to re
quire furthor notice from tho DAILY NEWS. ,
SAVANNAH STEAMEBS.-Attention is directed to
tho advort ?fiomon t of Messrs. FEBOUSON h. HOLMES,
announcing tho opening of a now lino of steamers
between Charleston and Savannah.
CATAHBH.-For this prevalent complaint, Dr.
NOIITON'S now remedy is advertised by Drs. RAOOL
& LTO?_-, corner of King and Market streots^
HAVE TODB LIKENESS TAKEN at the Star Gallery,
by HARLOW, tho artist. See advertisement.
' Auction Sales Till? Day.
MCKAY' & CAMPBELL will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
at their Cash Auction IIouso, opposite Kow Eoatofflco,
importer fUrnlluro, carpote, kc. ?
MILE- DRAKH will continuo the a.Blfjnco'a salo of dry
gooda, boote, shoos, -c'Tthla day, at his eton?, comer of
King and Liberty utrcots.
BOWEBS b Sixcox will sell this day, at their store, No.
137 Mooting street, at 10 o'clock, furniture, light wagon,
A Fact Worth Knowing,
Tho bo9t Investmonf/for an invalid, who BUffara ttpm
debility or lose of appotito, is a bottlo of PANKNIN'S HO
j patio Bitters, as it will bo euro to give relief. For sale by
all Druggists. ' a f
CiioijtnA, DiAimn?T.A AND DYBBXTEBY need not alarm
tho patient MARSDEN'- OAKMINATrVT. HYHUP win
relieve and euro every case, -tar sale by all Druggists.
October 23 8 KINO b OASS-DEY, Agenta.
Houc-OFATmo MEDICAL KOTICI.-Dra. CLXO-LXT A-.
SOHLET (of Columbus, On.,) having permanently loAated
in Charleston, respectfully tender their services to the
citizens. In the practico of Homoeopntliy.
Dr. O. has had tho oxperlonec of fifteen years fn this
Behool of medicine.
OOlco at oar rcsldonoo. No. 11, S. W. cornar COLLEGE
and QUEEN STREETS (corner of Groen).
HEBYEZ M. C__c_y#r, M. D.... Piii-ip T. SOULBY, M. D.
September 6 . lyr
JTIIE "CIIAI-L.ESTO-V HOUSE."
To ladles puroh-sing dry goods for their country
friends, Messrs. SXOLL, WEBB b Co. will guarantee to
famish thom with a larger variety to select froni th_n
exty house in the city; also, to sell all articles at na low
prices ao they can be had anywhere-; will fumloh pack
ing canos (my slzo) free of charge; will take special carr?
in packing and shipping any ordora lntro-ted-te them;
and win aaauro aU that will eau at their ?tore of every
a?c?___ic___au ?ad ere.*/ attontioa. C-ctotorM
TO WHOLESALE GROCERS, LIQUOR DEALERS.-?HS
i TILLERS, DRUGGISTS, GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OILS, EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES TOR
llavoritig ami improving Brandies, Whlukcyp, Ruin?
Wines, Clilor, Ac., Ac. Ago niul Body Preparations for
Neutralizing ami Mollifying WbluVcys and Spirits, Ex
tracts of Holland and London Ghin, Coloring, (?um mid
Sugar Syrups, and Fruit Juices. Dr. Feuclttivanyer't
Treatise on Fermented Liquors, with 100O Receipts and
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. OXIDES, ORES. Ac.
Fon BOA* MANUFACTURERS.-Silicato of Soda, .Soluble
Glass or Liquid Quartz, in Dry Crystal, Liquid or Jelly
Form; Caustic Soda, Soda Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oils,
Soapstone and ullina Clay.
All orders sent lo mo will havo prompt attention, and
ovOry Information required will bo cheerfully gi von by
JOS. W. FEUCHTWANGER,
No. 53 Cedar-street, Now York.
October 10 wfm3moa
Spread tho Trnth !
Sonio medical mon Insist that it is undignified to ad
vertise a remedy, however valuable it may bo. Quoor
reasoning this. It ia Uko saying that an articlo which tho
world needs should bo hid In a corner-that benefits and
blessings may bo too widoly diffused-that tho means of
protecting and restoring health should bo a close monop
oly, and not acccsaiblo to all. Tho argument is /bad. It
is woree than that; it is inhuman. Supposa HOSTET -
TER'S 8TOMACH BITTKRS-an absoluto specific for
dyspepsia, biliousness and nervous debility-had never
been known beyond tho repertoire of the faculty, whnj
would havo been tho cons?quence? Instead of coring
and invigorating millions, tho good effects of the prepa
ration would havo boon confined to a comparative few.
There ia the highest authority for saying that light should
'not bo hld under a bushel; that whatever is excellent
should bo placed as a city on a hill, whero all men can
tnko cognizanco of it. It is upon this principio that the
BITTERS havo boon advertised, and continuo to bo ad
vertised, lu every newspaper of any prominence in tho
western hemisphere, and that tho spontaneous testimo
n?ala in its favor havo been translated Into all written
languogoa. thousands enjoy perfect health to-day who
would bo languishing on beds of sickness if the nowspa.
pera liad not spread the truth with regard to this unequalled
invigorant and corrective far and wide. Suppose profit
has been reaped from this publicity ? Is that any argu
ment against it ? If tho public health has boon protected ;
if lives havo been saved; if tho fcoblo havo boen strength
ened and tho elck restored, great good has been accomplish
ed; and who so moan as to grudgo to exertions thus di
rected their fair reward ?
October 10 . 6
AXES, COLLINS* AND HUNTT'S MAKE
Shovels, 8padcs, C?lico Milla
Cotton and Wool Carda, Wire Seivcs
Mill and Cross-cut Sawn
Pad and Stock Locks
Cutlery, Guns, Pistols
Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Caps.
A general assortment of SHELF noOPii, ot
SAM'L. R. MARSHALL'S,
No. 310 King street,
November 1 3 Third <*oor below Society ut.
COi^L SCUTTLES, FOOTMEN, SHOVEL AND TONOS
Fenders, Andirons, Chimney Hacks
Rodgers' Ivory Handle Tablu ICnivcs
Oyster Knives, Plated Tea and Table Spout?
English Waiters, Moat Cutters
Wood Saws, Brooms, Feather Dustcra
N . Planished Tin and Wooden Wore.
Very low, for cash, at
MAUSILYLL'6 HARDWARE STORE,
No. 310 Ring street,
Novombor 1 3 Third door below Society st.
" WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
of oar customers to au apparatus
for doing all kinds of Cooking with
the street gas- as a fuel. . For conve
nience and economy of labor these
"GAS COOKING STOVES" are
unrivalled; and in small families
especially they enable ladies to dis
pense with the services of a worth
less or refractory servant.
SHEPHERD, DM & COHEN,
Ho. 907 KING STREET.
WM.S. CORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
MO. 95^ KI Na STREET,
v. OPPOSITE HASEL,
(BRANCH OF No. 000 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.)
LL ARTICLES BOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH
MENT are of tho first quality. We edi no gooda
but what wo can recommend and warrant to be PORE
and GENUINE. *
Gooda delivered to all porta of tho city, free of charge
McCarthy Gins I
RDERS RECEIVED FOR THE ABOVE GINS, MADE
by W. 8. HENEREY.
C. K. HUGUR,
NO. 187 MEETING STREET.
October 19 ' fmwG
"% DEAUER IN
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Coach
and Harness Materials, &c,
No. 17 Hayne-street,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
rrUIE SUBSCRIBER IN VITES THE ATTENTION OF
JL dealers in his lino of business to hie vi M selected
stock of the above named goods, which ho 1B now receiv
ing direct from the manufacturer!, and are offered at
wholesale and retail at tho lowest market prices.
C. J. SCIlLEPEfiRELl,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KINOf AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BDTLDINO
MATERIAL constantly on hand at tho lowest mar
ket prices. ftnlyr Jane_39 *
J. E. DAPRAY,
N0. 5 LIBERTY STREET, SOUTH BEDE,
CHAHIJESTON, S. O.
September 13 wfm
XV)P. SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROOBRS, WINE
J} MERCHANT? AND DRUGGISTS, And Wholesale
only, by ? \
I. FUNK, Jr., Sole Agent,
Ko. 0ft UBUmXY-ffTjOEET, NEW YOMA.
Atujasia - 9tQM
LADIES' PAIUS KID GLOVES, IN BLACK, WRITE
and COl.01l.S-full UMOrtnient in ull si/, H.
MEN'S KID AND CASTOR GLOVE!-', 151S5T QUALI
TIES, ASSORTED SIZES.
J. R. READ & GO.,
November 0 ftnw3 No. 203 KINO STIIEET.
CHEAP GOODS! CHEAP GOODS S
. STOLL, WEBB & CO.
MARKED DOWN THIS DAY,
f A LARGE LOT OF
AVERAGING FIIOM TWENTY-FTVT? TO ONE HUN
DRED PER CENT. BELOW ORIGINAL PRICES.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO A
LOW PRICED LOT ranging from 15c, 25?., 30e.,
to 37j; cents.
Tho abovo Goods are very cheap. Call early and molt o
your selections, at
STOLL, WEBB & CO.'S
MISS KA. MURTLA??D,
NO. 295 KINQ STREET,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD, DUC A' COHEN.)
MISS MURTLAND (FORMERLY WITH THE
MJsncH MM ?li ELL) takes this mothod of Inform
ing her friend?, and tho public generally, that sho lias
opened tho "MILLINERY BUSINESS" at the abovo
place, wlioro Rho will bo happy to seo all who may favor
bor with a call.
HATS of all styles and descriptions constantly on hand
and modo to order. mwfZmos October I?
MRS. s. J. m\M,
"Emporium of Fashions,"
No. 2G3 King street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FRENCH MILLINERY AND ARTISTIC DRESS
MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Dresses, Basques, Sacks and
Cloaks oat by measurement, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Trimmings and Patterns of tho latest Paris and York
Fashions received every month, and sent to any part of
the country on recoipt of tho amount.
Send for circular.
October 8 2m o
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAVING BEEN THOR
OUGHLY repaired and tho Machinery put in Rood
order, is NOW READY TO RECEIVE, COMPRESS AND
DELIVER COTTON with greatly increased facilities.
October 31 __J_ W. 8. COATES._
CALIFORNIA GUANO, now article, cheap and
For sale by LEE k 8PENCER,
October 31_6 j . North Atlantio Wharf.
WIGHTMAN & CHAPMAN,
Hacbioists, Boiler Mates, Blacksmiths,
QUEEN STREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF MEETING.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY. FIRE ENGINES.
HOSE PUMPS, ko., Repaired at the shortest notice.
BRASS and IRON WORK, all kinds, neatly executed.
JOBBHiG PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Octobor 17 wf
To Shippers of Cotton, Bice,
LUMBER AND NA VAX. STORES.
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. ISO EAST B.A.Y,
C: 11 Alt LE S TON, S. C, ,
ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES
on shipments of COTTON, RICK, LUMUKU. RO
SIN and TURPENTINE to LIVERPOOL, NEW YOUK,
BOSTON, PHILADELPHLV. BALTIMORE, RICHMOND,
HAVANA, CARDENAS, and BARBADOE8.
Tboy will also make Uberal advances to PLANTEES on
consignments of thoir crops, to tho disposal of which
they will give their prompt, personal attention.
August 1 s m\vf3mo
F. M. BURDELL, ,
IX7TLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PUnCIIA8E
W and salo of MERCHANDRJE OF ALL KINDS.
Oflloe at tho corner of BflOAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, In basement of State Bank, whoro Samples
may bo seen.
RETEBKNOEB-Mr. 0. M. Fnrman, Mr. Thcodoro D.
Wagner, Messrs. John Fraser A Co., Messrs. Mordccai k
Co., Mossrs. W. O. Dukes k Co., Messrs.- Gourdin,
MatthicsBen k Co., Charleston, 8. O.
'WILBUR & SON,
OFFICE AND BALES ROOMS,
Nos. 13 and 15 State street and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, & C. v
COTTON AND CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU
VIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF THE
COBT. Barrels 050 poonda cachs eight to tho ton. .
: HUNT & BRO., Agents,
AOOOMM0DATI0N WHARP, CHARLESTON, & a
WoveivibOTl ' ^JM>
Siiutil Liomin in //ttnorcr 'ind jXassau-slrtcta tit
IiY Bl-IITll ?lU airCIIIalali'BATa
ttEAL ESTA'IE AGENTS,
- IVo. 27 Hvoml-it roeta mm- .'.litt?-<?<i< ct.
2 HOUSES willi good f.o!-, in ll.iiiovor-sli-rt
1 Ibuiiio lu Kaas-Mt-Wt, einst sido, ui_l n?>rl!i of
Sou th-ot reel
For tenus, apply as abare. . Odob.-r 30
PiaiUaiion, Firms, t'itg ISJIS. ttn?otter Vvliutbie
Heal Estate at Private Kale.
BY SMITH ?Si MCGILLIVRAY,
BEAL nSTATE AGENTS AND BROKERS.
Vio. %t Broatt-atrcet, Soutb .SI?!?*, near ?late
l-l I ?????!. r
Valuable PLANTATIONS AND FARMS on John's Inl
imil. Bellata Msnd, Wndm.ilaw Island, Papers' Island,
mid tin; main I uni ?sea Coast; producing the lincst class
of Sea Island cottons nnd lice,
Tho followiug valuable TRACT'S OF LAND iu St
John's Berkley, lo wit : '
Tnaor No. 1.-Five hundred and niucty-slx acrei of
land, situate on both sides ni" the Santeo Canal, including
Hay-lock. Eighty acreuof tho lund consists of a re
serve now thoroughly drained, and will produce -IO or CO
iniHlirl*) of oom to tim aire. Tho upland in superior cot
ton Land. This tract is in onay reach of the NorthiAsl
crn Railroad, and known as Frlcrsou's Place.
TRACT No. 2.-Nine hundred and seven acres of laud
in St. John's Hi riley, on tho oast and west sides of Soil
too Canal, known OB tho Hard Castlo and Gllud Kamp
Lands. All tho low landa of this troct are easily drained
into the canal, mid have tho light ol' ibalnogc.
TUACT No .1.-415>i acres ot land situated on Fludd'B
Gulley, on tho branch waters of Uio western branch of
Co<iper River, in St. John's Berkloy.
TiiACT No. 4.-114 otirca on Fricrson_? Run, branch
waters of tho western branch of the Cooper River, in St.
TUACT NO. 5.-917)^ acres on the Nelson Ferry Rood,
in St. John's Berkley.
TUACT NO. C-154 acree Pine Land, cast of Pineville,
on the old Butler or Hooter Road-u healthy and well
wooded pino und place.
CITY PROPERTY FOR 8ALE.
A Ano LOT lu Savogo street, near Tradd, Prico $1000.
Fino building Lote in Meeting street, King street, and
various parts of tho city.
A substantial Brick House iu King street, below Broad,
?with good lot. Premises could be converted into a good
For terms, apply to tho office of the undcrslgued,
where plats can bo seen.
SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY.
Real Estate brokers,
No. 27 Broad street,
Couth side, near State street.
October 20 mwl3
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN AUCIIDAXE
Al Private Rale
THAT MOST ELIGIBLE LOT, on tho west sido of
Archdalo-street, known as tho Property of tho German
Friendly Society, measuring 100 feet front by 213 feet in
depth, more or less. Ou tho lot arc remaining tho walls of
the former Hall of the Society, sufficiently strong to re
build on, and could easily bo arranged for a largo school
or priv?te dwelling. ALso a very neat two story DWEL
LING, in completo order and occupied. Thoro is also a
large cistern and thrco wells on tho lot, and otkor walls of
ki tel i on ond outhouses remaining, which can easily bo ro- I
fitted. This i ? a most desirable location for a School or a
August 24 fmw No. 205 KING-STREET.
REAL ESTATE OF THE STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, S. C.
At Private Solo
Tho Commissioners of tho State Works at OreonviUe,
8. C, offer at Pr?vate salo
THE REAL ESTATE OF SAID WORK8.
The Tract of Laud contains twenty acres, and is situ
ated ono milo and a third .from tho Court House at
Greenville, 8. O, having the Anderson road on one side
and tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad on the other.
A branch track from the railroad runs into tho premises.
About twelve acres of tho land is enclosed with a high
and close batten fence, and within tho enclosure aro
THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS, VXZ:
OFFICE, l8 by 40 foot; 3 finished rooms, 2 fireplaces.
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 200 feet, with brick basement,
and Boiler House attached, and CO feet Cbimnoy and
MACHINE 8HOP, 60 by 100 feet, with Boiler Houso
and Drying House attached, and (JO feet Chimney and
BLACKSMITH 8HOP, 50 by lOOfeet, with 17 Forges.
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, vritU. two Cupolas, Air Fur
nace, Oven and Chimney.
BRASS FOUNDRY, 20 by 30 feet, with Cupola, double
Furnace and Chimney.
CARPENTER SHOP, 50 by 100 feet, on brick pillara,
with Engine Houso attached.
r . Small BLACKSMITH SHOP, 20 by 22 feet, with double
PATTERN HOUSE, one and a half story, 20 by 40
STOREROOM, 23 by 50 feet, on brick pillara,
STOREROOM, 23 by CO feet, on brick pillars.
SMOKEHOUSE, l8 by 40 feet
. CORN CRIB, 12 by 24 feet?
8HED, 25 by 70 foot. s
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, 8TADLE, FODDER
WELL HOUSE, l8 by 20 feet
Small ENGINE HOUSE. *
Tonne-A credit of one and two years, in equal instal
mqntri, with interest from date, on approved perennal
Security, mortgago of the promises, and assigned insur
ance of the buildings.
Thoro oro several small Buildings on the premises
outside of tbo enclosure, which will bo sold for cash, to
be removed from tho promises.
For further information apply to
C. J. ELFORD.
Secretary to Commisaloners State Works,
October 16 mwf Greenville, 8. C.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
SMITH & M'GILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH SIDE, NE AlOsTATE STREET.
FIRST CLASS SEA ISI?AND COTTON PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORIES,
MILL 8ITE8 AND DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESI
DENCES, in varions parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all aizos, prices
and descriptions, in ovary part of the City.
September 2fl__ wfm3mo
At Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
No. 31 l-'J Hroml street. \
8EA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIR8-*-CLA89 WATER-POWERS, SUMMEIt
RESORTS, kc, Ac, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUD-DING LOTS
ta every part of tho city. 3mo September 21
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRJJNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers,
NO. 25 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
OFFER THEIR SERVICES FOR THE BUYING AND
SELLING.or REA!? ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,
and other Securities. -
AU business entrusted to thom will he promptly at*
Particular attention poid to Out-door 8alos of Furni
ture, A*o. 3 November 1
BA-tLOW, TTTE OLD OPERATOR, HAS THOROUGH
LY renovated e.ud fitted up tho Old Htar Gallery,
and is prepared io Uko all kinds of FORTRAITS. Ho is
thankful for past patronago, and further solicits a sham of
tho trade. Ho has also Photographs of Confederate Gen
erals, Ordinance of Soocselon, Vlows of City, Sumter anil
other Fortifications, at wholesale and retail, at 8. E. COR
NER KING AND MARKET STREETS, Charleston, 8. C.
N. B.-?Porcelain Portratts and Pictures enlarged on
short notice and in best of style. The old prlco of Card
Pictures, $2 half dozen, and $4 por dozen, will bo con
tinued but a short timo._Novomberl^
mm, BUBSCRIDER HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
JL SOLE AGENT in tilla Btato for tho solo of the cele
brated "ORANGE" POWDER, Is prepared to supply con
sumers and tho trade with the following:
"ORANGE" RIFLE POWDER, in kegs, half kegs and
quarter kegs? t
KENTUCKY SPORTING POWDER, iu canisters.
BLASTING POWDER, In kegs.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8.
Quality guaranteed e/pial to any marlo.
Sportsmen ara requested to leavo their names, and
samples will bo sent to thom. CHAS. H. MOISE,
WholcE-lo Deader In Groceries and Liquors,
October ia _ tarn No. 0 Hay no street.
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, PHRE
NOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY-four of tho most
sublimo Sciences that can occupy tho human mind--has
located?t Na 91 BROAD STREET, second door from
King street. Sho gives a general invitation to all who de
?lro to consult on buhin-ss oil importance. Them is no
question which may no1 bo accurately answered, and
m nch misery avoided by a timely inquiry of this Star of
Astrology. She possesses a magnctto power of healing,
and describes all diseases, and tolls them at once whether
it la c-ra-to, and save many doUara.
- Octobcrie lmo
Superior Parlor, Pitting Room ami Chamber
furniture, llnrsml ami Yel.ret Pile t.'aiutl.-, Ac.
MCKAY & <'.\iuj*mai.L,
Cash Auction lionne, No. 53 Iluscl-ftlit <. t, np.
)>?:.?'< New l?oKtofIln-,
Will pell THIS DAY, at Ki o'clock precisely,
PARLOR Kfl.'M'lUKE-Carved Rosewood Cluirs, in
Silk Uroeatrl &;ul Itcptf, CUVCd Holewood SoHis, 'I etc-B
Titit: und Busy elwin, Murblc-Top Centre Table*. Kock*
log Citait*, Whaf-Kot?, tsUk Damask Window Curtains,
Kuper Tapestry, Velvet and Brussels Csrpots, Mirrors,
DININO-noOM FUr.Xrrt'RE-Mahogany Dining uud
Card Tables, Mahogany Sideboard, Molmir lind O.no
Scat Chafen, ?ide Tables, Sofap, Lounges, Carpels, Dook
Cuse, ki:, Ac.
RED CHAMBER FURNITURE-Mahogany Upright -
Post and Cottee Bedstead* Marble-Top Bureau:', Wunl
robes, Towel Racks, Kuper Mahogany Waehstaud^, Work
Tablet?,- Bcopoys, Cone-Sent Rockcis and Cbambor
Chalrn, Canato, Crockery, Pillows, Ac., Ac -
KITCHEN FURNITURE-Tables, Choirs, V ashboards,
Tubs. C< old-.ig Utensils, Clothes Wringers, Ians, Crock
ery. Mr-it Hates, Ovens, Wash Boilers, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash._ Novembur 2
AssitirtcCn Sales Con'inved.
- BY MILES DRAKE.
Tlio salo of assigned Stock of DRY GOODS. CLOTH
ING, Ac, wiU be continued at 10 o'clock TURI MORN
ING, at my store, corner of King and Liberty streets.
In addition lo tho ubovo I wUl sell
20 cases and cartoons BOOTS AND 8HOES, belonging
to same stock, comprising
Cases Men's Calf }_ Welt Boots,
Cases Men's Drogans and Dalmorals,
Cartoon'H Ladies' Misses' and Children's CongTcee
Terms caab. _Novembor 2
Furniture, Linht IViiffon, Harness, de.
BY HOWERS & SILCOX.
WiU be sold, THIS DAY, in onr Store. No. 127 Meeting
street, oppoBito Market, at 10 o'clock,
A splendid larne PAINTING OF CLEOPATRA, life size,
In Oilt Frame; Mahogany Durcau with Glass, Bureaus.
Marble Top Sideboard, Wardrobes, Marblo Top Centre
Table, Mahogany High Post and other Bedsteads, Mat
tress, Small Looking Glasses, lot of now Flics, Cooking
Stovo, Ac, Ac. .
ALSO, _ -
One LIGHT SPRING WAGON AND SET OF HAR
Conditions cash. _November 2
Direct Importation from Cuba-250,000 choice Se
gars. Wine, Urandy. Hum, G nava Jelly, tie.
BY CLIFFORD ?St M ATI I EWES,
At Store No. 71 East Bay.
Will bo sold on WEDNESDAY, tho lGth instant, at 11
o'clock, _ _
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN AND FAVORITE
BRANDS OF 8EGARS, Ac. :
10,000 Regalia de la Reina
3,000 Regalia Chica
10,000 Media Regalia Butanica
80,000 Media Conchas de Regalia
HO, 000 Media Regalia.
All of the abovo are branded "Young America," and
warranted by F. dopez k Co., Segar ManutocturerB in
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, in caslis from 16 to 62 gal
285 gallons Jamaica Rum, in casks from 22 to 02 gaUons
100 gallons Brandy, in caBks from 25 to 32 gallons each
12 half pipes hegt Catawba (Claret) Wtno, 62 gallons
GO haas navaua Smoking Tobacco, 60 to 76 lbs. each
C boxes White Sugar, 480 to 600 lbs. each
1 box assorted Spanish chocolate
12 cases Holland Gul, in bottles
200 dor.on assorted Quava Marmalade and Jelly
6 kegs Spanish Olives.
Will bo 6old in lots to suit purchasers, and artlolcs to
bo removed immediately after tho solo.
Tho above oro imported direct from Cuba, and the at
tention of dealers is called to the same.
?ff-Tho Havonnah Republican, Augusta Constitution
alist, Atlanta Intelligencer and Columbia Phoenix wifl in
sert tliroo times, every other day, and send bill to O. k M.
November 2 ?_ _
Estate Baie of Valuable Sea Island Plantations sit
uated on Edisto Island-Bice Lands ojjp?sile Wil
ton, St. Paul's Parish-Cotton Lands on Tbogoo
doo Creek, St. PauYs Parish, in the Stale of South
Carolina, belonging to the late Ephraim M. Bay
BY II. II. DfLKO.V.
WiU be sold, at Public Auction, In the City of Charleston,
S. C, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th of December, I860, ai
11 o'clock, at the old Customhouse, corner of Broad
and East Bay streots,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PLANTATIONS:
Kiui.ro TULA NU. AOIUCS.
Soasido Plantation.300, moro or less
| Residue of Hickory Hill.100, moro or less
Wilson's.132, more or lees
Palmetto....182, moro or less
Shergoold.168, moro or less
Shell House.190, more or lees
Red Houso.-.160, moro or less
Seabrook's..'.......1161, more or less
The abovo adjoin, and may be purchae
ed as ono Plantation, containing in
all..1326, more or less
Rabbltt Point. 674, more or leos
Larochc'B. 200, more or lees
Little Edisto Place. DOO, more or less
Total number of Acres on Edisto
Island.2100, moro or lees
St. Paul's Parish Cotton Plantation on
Toogoodoo. 600, moro or loss
BL Bartholomew's Pariah Rice Planta
tion, opposite Wilton (R. L.).200, moro or loee
Total amount of Land..3100, moro or less
Torftia-Ono-tliird cash rholaniJb in one and two years,
secured by bond and mortgage of tho premises.
THOS. H. WILLINGHAM,
Trustee of ?l M. Baynord, deceased.
N. B.-Any information in relation to tho abovo moy
be obtained from WILLIAM WHALEY, Esq., Solicitor,
No. 48 Broad street, Charleston, 8. O., or H. H- DeLKON,
No. 22 Broad street._wf October 24
UNDER DECREE DI EQUITY.
_ Symons ?a, Bernard.
On THURSDAY, tho 8th November next, at 11 o'clock,
A. M., wUl be sold, near tho Exchange,
ALL THAT VALUABLE PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND
within the present limits of the City of Charleston, and
known as MoLcan's-Farm, containing four acres, moro or
less, bounding to the north on land of John Gordon for
merly of Philip Patrick), to the east and south on land of
tho Estate of Nathaniel RussoU, and west on Kliig-stroet
Terms.-One half cash; tho balance .In ona and two
years, with interest, secured by the bond and mortgage
of tho purchaser, with leave to pay the whole in cash.
Tho purchaser to pay for papors.
JAMES W. GRAY, Master In Equity
October l8_ tufithl
UNDER DECREE IN EQ.UITY.
Macbetli el xtx vs. Hume. Trustee, el al.
On TUESDAY, the 6th of November noxt, st 11 o'clock
A. M., will be sold near the Old Custom House
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND on the east aide ol'Now
street, in tho city of Charleston, known In PurcoU's plat
of Henry Middleton'? lands as No. 27, moamirW and
containing in front on Now streot 40 feet 3 inches - on
back or east Uno 40 feet; on tho north lino 16G foot and
on tho south Uno 163 feet 8 inches. Bounding to the
west on Now street; to tho east on land lato of_
Turnbull; to the north on land of Mrs. Mary Fennel and
to tho west on lot No. 28. * T -
ALL THAT OTHER LOT in Now street adjoining the
above to tho south, and known In Purcell's plat as No
28, measuring In front on New street 40 feet 3 inohes
on tho back or oust Uno 40 foot 6 Inches; on the north
Uno 163 feet 8 inches,, and on tho south Uno 161 foot.
Bounding to tho wc6t on Now streot; to the east on land
late of- Turnbull; t^tho north on lot No. 27 and
io the south on No. 29, tho property of catato of \ 8
A plat or tlio abovo two lots can bo soon at my oflloe
Torms-Ono-thlrd cash; balance payablo in one. two
three, four and flvo years, secured by bond and mor?
gogo of tho promises. Purchaser to pay for papors.
ESTATE NOTICE. - ?
By pormlsalon of the Court of Equity. wiU he sold tn tha
highest bjdder. ot the CourtHo?sqndoor h? w?to?
?A01} MONDAY, the 6th day SfJ^?K
12 o dock M.,
Il2'AWo??Mi ^? *** ?HmABYof thelato
topurcbasorofpayingoUcaah. y* - ? PrtvUt?*
Wolterboro', Octobor Wh,W6&0I>PnB?-Execator*
Octobor 12_ u
No. 37 Broad street, eoutU nWc, near Btmf
Spies of FURNITURE, &c" at nrtnfe rt^a_nnn_ __
teiided to at moderato ohai??. PMT*U w*1*?1008 .?
Auction ovory WEDNESDAY for HORflEA VFTTTfT va.
* oSS??* &?" atto*^?Ro^?*
GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS
"^Nm^ST IMPOUND INSERES T
UNITED STATES 7-30 BGXTOH
STOCKS. BOND? Ao.,^ ?g^ phased ?t highest
AMDBBW M. MORELAND,
Octobers * ******, Broadstowst
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