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WEDNE8DAY MORN-NQ, NOVEMBER 7, I860.
LARGEST CIRCULATION ?1N THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?.W-TIIE I-IST OV LWirrKBB I-K
IviyVINITiO In tl?<> PoHt?nico at the
ena of oael\ w?*olc i? publiBliotl oitl
oi_aiy in X XI IG 3D All. Y 1ST IC AV S
every ITrwluy iimrtiin?;.
l?___in SMOKED EE_8, Froah Codfish and Halibut,
at Fish Market, by TEIUIY & NOLEM.
MEDICAL Coi?i?Eon.-Tho oxorciecB of tbo prceont
Beesion of the South Carolina Medical Collego wero
commenced on Monday, 5th instant. About fifty
students aro now in attondanco, and tho number in
daily increasing, and there ia every prospect of a
large class. Dr. P. J. P?vn_En baB bcon cboson
DomonBtrator of Anatomv, in placo of Dr. 6.
Loo AN , who waa lately elocted to a Professorship
m tho Virginia Medical Collego in Richmond.
TABLEAUX Yrv?iNT9.-We undoratand that tho
Indies of St. Mary'- (Catholic) Church in Hasel
.street, cont?mplate prosonting, at on oarly day, an
exhibition of Tableaux Vivants, at Hibernian Hall,
for tho praiseworthy purposo of raising funds to
pay for somo repairs of which tho church stands
much in need of. Tho programme of tbo enter
tainment will ho given to tho public in the coureo
of a few days.
DEATH OF R. WAINW_I_UT BAGOT, ESQ.-Infor
mation reached this oity yesterday thnt R. WAIN
.WBIOHT BACOT, Esq., departed this lifo at Winna
boro', B. C?, on Sunday lost. Tho deceased was,
we beliovo, a nativo of this city, whoro he spont
most of hi? life in morcantilo pursuits. Ho was
long connoctcd with tho proaiinont factorago houso
of W. M. LAWTON St Co. Since the war he has
been residing in Fairfield District. Tho deceased
w_8 nbout 50 years of ago, and has boon Buffering
for many years under n, moBt painful asthmatic
affection, which finally terminated in dropsy.
CHAE-ESTON BOABD OF FlBB UHDEBWBITEnS
At a meeting of the Board, hold Monday, Novem
ber 5th, 186G, the following officora were elected,
WM. B. HERIOT, Prtsidont
SAM'L Y. TUPPER, Vice-President.
A. L. TOBIAS, Secretary.
Also, the following Committees :
On Construction of Buildings, Advice an io f/.e 7. .-moro
al Fires, and Causes of Fires.-Mossre. COLBURN, RA
VENEL, SHACKELF?RD, OABE3, and FORD.
On Arbitration of Claims.-Mesar-. 8. Y. TOPPER, Z
B. OAEES and A. H. H A YUEN.
SETEHAI? ROBBERS SOOT.-On Saturday nigh
last, a gontloman living in Percy-Btreet havin|
cause to suspect that depredators were about inn
ing havoo with his henroost, which was well stock
od, loaded a double-barreled gun with small uho
and watched for tho villains. As soon as ho sav
them he called to them to stop, which they do
alining todo, ho fired just as they were about t<
mount tho fence. Being badly stung, they lof
rapidly, and in then* hasty retreat dropped a twe
b-_hol bag, which was piokod up by their intend
ed victim, who offers to deliver it to them withau
?bargo whenever they soo fit to return the eho
which thoy carried off with them.
WE WEBE visited yesterday by Mr. CHABIXS J
ATWK-I?, Vf ho has returned from a visit to Phila
delphia, v,ho*-o he baB been to obtain an artificia
leg to supply tho one lost in battle. He has sue
oeodod admirably, and not only accomplished hil
purpose, but has taken tho agoncy for the South
cm States of the renowned manufactur?is of legt
and ?mm, Messrs. Bnu> & KOLBY, of Philadelphia
The specimen shown us apparently is an perfce
as it -?vero possible to make thom, having spring!
and joints so arranged oa to place tho limb com
plotoly at command of tho wearer. Orders may bi
left with Messrs. W. Q. WHILDEN ?Sr, Co., at the cor
ncr of Ring and Beaufain atroeta. '
LEGAL. NOTIOE.-It will bo seen, by reference b
__othor column, that tho District Court is noi
open daily for tho disposal of all casos that corni
_nder its jurisdiction. This is a fcatnro that ha
long boon needed, for the crimos of petty larceny
aasanlt and battery, 4c, aro alarmingly on tb
increase among the colored population, and if no
adjudicated at onco the jail and othor publie build
inga will Boon bo overcrowded with cri minali. Th
Judgo of thia Court ia also empowered to adjud"
and docido if any prosecution bo ontorod upo
frivolous pretexta, and if thin ia tho case to quasi
tho procoodings, and subject the prosecutor to pa
the coat of the suit.
Judge LOGAN had at first many difficultioa t
encounter in tho discharge of hiB duties, but h
has already shown himsolf so thoroughly cognizar
of all the logal quibbles that aro ineopai-blo firoi
every new ordinanco, that tho Diatrict Court in b
fc-ndn will not bo a lingering tribunal, but jtmtit
will ho meted out speedily, and offenders brougl
to a prompt trial. The numbor of potty cases thi
are brought up, and tho light ptmiihraont infllctoi
ie a subject for serious consideration, and v
would onco moro ask if tlioso criminals cannot 1
mado to work out their aalvntion in nomo way th
would benefit tho community, and not, aa at pro
.ot, oat tho bread of idleness?
THE QUAKE? Crrx-COSOXBT AT SEA.-A coneot
aa a gonerai rule, ia a good thing, but not a coner
at noa. Mnsio bath not eli ?rm-i to Booth o one wl
ie attacked by tho dtaoiso known as vui'.-da-int
nevortholesB a concert on tho Quaker City ia a go
thing; for on this noblo atoamor ono is BO gonl
rooked in the oradle of tho deep that ho can onj
n-.usic as v*oil as tho sumptuoua faro eproad o
Tbo concert came off on lost Monday night,
the magnificent cabin of tho Quaker Cily, at t
.orner of long tndo Bomothing, and latitude son
thing else. Tho hall (the cabin) was " flllod to
otmoBt capacity," Uio musician- woro Italian!
Bomo of thom with very lung hoir, and aomo
thom with-tho rovorse. Norma waa oncorod;
waa tho Anvil Choi-iia; tho 1 u\\osj wero dolighte
tho gontlemon ditto; tho jolly old Now York pi
and his jolly young Oharloston coifroro for?
thoir cribb.igo and aot sail from tho ?miking ro<
on a Bhort taok for tho cabin*, tbo conoort wat
.nocoss. Everything on, or in, or about tho 0/
ker OUg ie a BUOCO3B. Captain WEST, oa a Boam
and a gentlomin, stinda BO_O id t > no ono; ?va
lady's man, tho Captain is without a eompoor
worthy commandor of a gallant ehip. For ]
eourteona attention to un personally our thanku i
over "duo weat." RAIUSK?, the atoward, ought
bo Bomo relation to Dnt.r.io.suo if ho ia not. lb
a good min, and oa i koop a hot-1. AU hail to Oa
W?t3T-all hi.il to his offljora-all hail to tho b
ia whioh one koowa no sea uick-ioau-all hail to
IIoNi BOIT <jui MAI. Y PENSE.-Our voucrablo
contemporary published yesterday morning, as a
communication, a call for a masB meeting to put
down our Locals. What ?B proposed to bo dono to
thom after thoy aro put down does not appear from
tho proposition of tho clear and luminous writer.
Wo hopo that the mana meeting-no doubt it
would bo an enormous one-will bo hold in tho ca
pacious apartmonta of the Courier building, and
that tho caller of tho mooting will ho appointed a
committee of one to announco their tcrriblo doom
to our "acurrioua" L?cala. Should all tilia happen,
and our unfortunate reporters ho anathematize"
And annihilated, wo hopo that our vonernhle con
tompornry will lend UH Iho services of one of its
own inquiring, enterprising, and correct stall', until
wo can snpply (heir placea. Wo would prefer, if
they could upare his valuablo time, the reliable
Jenkins who inado such minute observations o'
the doings and nimios of the bridal party at tho
Milla riouae, and got up such au accurate uotico of
it for the nest dny.
Our Locals bog to say that Monsieur Coqno
otu! Madame Tonlet woro only a rooster and hen,
and tho corpso found was that of a chickon; and
hope thatnf tor so ampio au explanation tho Courier
and its correspondents will bo ablo to comprehond
that they havo beou badly Bold, and will not moko
themselves ridiculous by letting all the world
TUE CniTUNE? QUESTION.-Tho recent cold snap
havo caiiBCd Area to bo kindled in chimneys that
has beou long disused. Ono of tho conscqnencos
of this is tho appearance of Bovoral partios beforo
tho Mayor's Court to answor for thoir chimneys
being on Ure. In almost every casa excuses havo
beou modo, and tim wholo blame put upon tho
Swoop Contractors-, and we must say that these ex
cuses aro apparently legal, for tho contractors do
not adhere to tho regulations. Thoro oro few
houBcs in any aection of tho city that oro visited
every month, and many escapo attention for seve
ral months. Tho law requires that tho contractors
should attond to thoir business, and docs net hold
the citizen altogether responsible when thiB io not
done. Many of thceo chimney fircB havo boon traced
to tho neglect of the parties authorized to clean
them, and uow that tho chimnoyB oro in constant
nso, this will ho moro frequent if tho proper atten
tion is not poid. Few of our oitizons understand tho
regulations in this matter, and some aro inclined
to blame tho contractera when, really, thoy aro
themselves at fault. In order to let our roadors
understand tho position thoy occupy, we quoto
Section 2d of tho Ordinance to establish tho oflico
of Chimney Contractors:
"AU and every person occupying a building with
a chimney or chimneys thereto, in which a fire ?B
usually niadu, shall allow and permit the said con
tractor to visit, inspect and causo to bo swept the
said chimnoy or chimneys once in every month,
and tho partica paying for such swooping tho foos
proscribed;and in" caso any porson shall oppoBO
and provont tho swooping of any chimney, as beforo
directed, tho partios making snoh an opposition, on
conviction thereof beforo tho Mayor, shall bo fined
in a sum not excooding $50."
The Ordinance further imposoB finca upon tho
contractors for neglect of duty, and requires them
to keep an offico whore partica applying for sweeps
can bo accommodated. This Ordinance was fram
ed with the best motives, and if rigidly enforc
ed, will bo of incalculable beuofit to the city. At
present thoro Booms to bo too few awcopa employ
ed to a ward, and neglect ?B almost unavoidable.
His Ilonor the Mayor has sifted every caso brought
beforo him, and whiohovor party ia io blame has
to suffer tho infliction of the uno. Money is rather
a acareo item, and it would be better to pay ten
conte for sweeping a chimney than 120 for neg
lecting to have it done.
L UNITED STATES DIBTBIOT COUBT, November 6.
t Court mot at 11 A.M., Hon. GEO. S. BRYAN, Pre
siding Judgo.-The Court was ooonpied in hear
ing the testimony in tho suit for bottomry,
brought against the schooner Aid by Messrs. DE
COSTA and MAI?AN. The testimony in the case wat
hoard, and the case continued.
MAYOB'S COUBT, Tuesday, November 6th.-So
many candidates appeared before his Honor, yes
terday, that tho docket was rathor alim for Tues
Three candidates woro referred to the detoctivet
for examination, and subsequently to tho magie
JAMES SMITH, a seaman, who was flourishing i
sword-eane in a. lively manner, was arrested for hit
war-like propensities. It appeared on examina
lion that he had borrowed the cano bat did no
know from whom. His actions were so obatropor
3 ona that he was charged $10 and carried out ii
7 order to mako his oolleotione.
An ignorant individual, who did not know when
he lived, was found dead drunk on the sidewalk
It took two mon to drag him into the calaboose
c whore ho ?lopt quietly the rest of the night. Tin
Mayor reviowed the caso and fined him $3 for hu
drunk, there being oxtennating circumstances ii
Bovoral enterprising individuals who were fount
abstracting planks belonging to tho city, am
wero arraigned; some ot them escaped, but tin
5 moro rapacious wore captured and summoned t
givo an account of their proceedings. The guilt c
one of tho crowd was clear and he was charged $1*
for the planks he had confiscated, but was allowe
to keep tho wood.
Jack Elliott, a color rd character, tried to go int
the lumber business, but was caught and wa
7 charged $2 for h e haul.
. Robert Brown, oolorod, waa found guilty of atoa!
r, ing gooBo, and was turned over to a magistrate fo
A number of casos woro brought beforo th
. Mayor for laroony and other trivial offences an
wore referred to the Doteotlvea' Office or Magii
trate for adtodication.
WE BTiPEB to tho ndvortisomont of JOHN COU
r'fc MiNB, where ho offora for sale 200 casos of bool
and uhocB, mode to order, which ho oilers at r<
toiL Also long-log bunting and wntor-proof hool
! of all descriptions, at No. 197 Mooting-slroefc, u
j stairs. ws4
nt Ona young friend LEVIN, of Market etroot, at
vortisoB a groat number of good things. We ha]
. pon to know that ho has about as nice a stock <
. family grocorioe aa thoro ia in Charleston, and t
i&_ ho Ima doTotod groat poins and tasto in his sole
. tiona, we feel oonildont that the puhlio will rowoi
him by a liberal patronage.
B0 Go TO HBADQUABTEIW.-For any article of hou?
?_. hold necessity go to tho most reliable manufa
lot turor Ihnt yon may then bo satisflod of honoat ha
,0j, gaine. It is woll known that all tho famil
nu laundry or toilet soaps non tout from the ox ten ni'
, ft works of COIXUTB & Co., Now York, aro of tho fi
tn. advortiaod weight, as woll as of porfoot purity.
n TnE EYE AND EAB.-WO rofor our readers to ti
; a ndvortisomont of Dr. OABDNEII, ooulist and a
hin riat (formorly of London, now of Now York), wl
uro will bo at tho Charl eaton Hotel on Thursday, N
to vomber 8th, and remain until Thursday, Novcmb
) ia 15th; after that timo will visit tins city month]
pt. Those who require medical or surgical aid, 1
oat doafnoea or disoasoa of tho eye, should avail thoi
the eelvo.i of tho opportunity now offered far obtainii
relief by coucal ting Dr. QAJUOKKO. *
THE CILUILES TON HOUSE.-Our roadora will bo
ploaaod to learn that the ontorprising proprietors
of this houBO havo recoived a largo addition to
thoirprovioualy well aupplied Btock. With a duo
consideration for the wantB of their customers
thoy havo also opened a lot of blnnkots and heavy
woolton clutha that aro in great demand aince the
cool chango. Tho ladies, who, after all, aro their
beat customers, aro requested to examino tho
cloaks, covoringa, <Vc, which havo just boon re
ceived; thoao aro of tho latest Parisian faBliiou, and
superior in style and fii.ish lo ?my bolaro proaontod
in this markot. Tho Chailostou House ha? a woll
carnod reputation, and Messrs. STOLL, WKJJI? & Co.
have sperod no i?ahiB to mako their Btock perfect
in evory detail.
CANARIES.-The lover? of swcot sounds will bo
plcnsod to learn that a largo immbor of thoao
fcathoied eongsters have arrived on tho Quaker
City, and aro for salo at tho old Bt.ind ol' Messrs.
BOINEBT & BURKE, bolow tho M?IIB House. In ad
dition to tho birda, a bountiful lot of cages, with
all tho appurtonnnooa requisito to mako their cap
tivity ondurablo, oro to bo obtained at the samo
stand. A canary I'B one of tho awoctcat of einging
birds, and as it requires les? caro than many others,
is a suitable proBont for tho coming holidays.
Tas CUABJ-ESTOK HOUSE.-To ladioa purchasing
dry goods for their country friends, MoBsrs. STOLL,
WEBO & Co. will guarantco to furnish thom with n
larger variety to solcot from than any houao in the
city; alao, to sell all articlos at na low prices as thoy
eau bo had anywhere. Will furniflh packing cases,
any sizo, free of charge; will tulio spocial caro in
packing and shipping any orders ontruBtod to them,
mid will usa uro all that will coll at their Blore of
every accommodation and ovory attention. *
? ? ?
Auction Sales This Day.
SMITH k McGii__rvR*.Y will sell this day In front of
their office, No. 27 Brou- street, _t half-pant 10 o'clock,
hontes, carriage?, mules, ko.
MiT.r.iaAN, MELOHKRS k Co. will 60U thin dar at the
wharf foot of Vendue Range, at 11 o'clock, tho schoouor
R. bl. MARSHALL will sell this day beforo his etore, No.
33 Broad street, at half past 10 o'clock, two bugglcB and a
lot of furniture, &c
J. k W. Ksoi will tell this day at their Ralos rooms,
No. 138 Meotltif?-streot, opposite tho Pavilion llotcl, at 10
o'clock, dry goods, boots and shoes, hats, toys, ko.
F. DACKUS will sell this day at his atore, No. 13G Meet
ing street, opposite the Pavilion dote], at 10 o'clock, dry
gooda, hosiory, clothing, and a variety of other articles.
MCKAY k CAMrDK-i. will soU this day at their sales
rooms, No. GS Hasel street, opposite tho new pout office,
a quantity of damaged dry goode, boots and Bhocs, bal
ance of a Butler's stork, groceries, clothing, A*c.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day at his store, corner of
King and Liberty streets, tho balance of stock of dry
goods, clothing, _c, comprising many dcairablo goods.
I.. BtXHcn k BON will sell this day at No. COG King
street, at 10 o'clock, horses, com mill, furniture, _c.
Im_ci: sr D-conn EST mo PATIIIA MOW.-Noble,
beautiful and fitting is It to llvo for olio's country ; and
still moro beautiful in it to save the lives of others. This
has been done In cases almost without number, hy Dr.
T. W. MAILSPEN, In the preparation of his lnvuluablc
VEGETABLE SANITIVE PILLS. For sale by all
Druggists. KING & OAfiSIDEY, Agcnta,
GOODIUCH. WINE_IAN & CO., Agents.
November 5 0
HOHCEOFATHIO MEDICAL NoTicn.-Dr?. CLEOKLEY &
KOIII.F.Y (of Columbus, Oa.,) having pormanantly locatec
In Charleston, respectfully tender tholr services to tin
clti-ens, in the practico of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. has had the oxperionoo of fifteen years lu t-li
Behool of medicino.
Offlco at our residence-, No. 11, 8. W. corner COLLEOI
and GREEN STREETS (corner of Grecul.
HERVEY M. OLBO-XXT, M. D... .PHILIP T.Bcnx-Y, H. D
September 5 lyr
C?_ABLESTON, NOYEMBE- G, 1800. |
From this dato, until further notice, tho "Way" Mall
for the Northeastern Itallroad route will close at 11 A. M
(except on Sundays, at 10 A. M.)
Mails for Wilmington and Manchcntor Railroad, b;
Northeastern Railroad route, Express train, at 0 P. M.
Malls for Augusta and Columbia, and tho connection
of the South Carolina Railroad, will cl?ae at 7 A. M.
For Georgetown, by "B-ngstree," Sunday at 10 A. M.
Wednesday and Friday at 11 A. M.
November 7 STANLEY G. TROTT, A. P. It
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.-CHARLESTON DISTRICT
NOVEMBER 0, 1800.
THIB COUBT l8 NOW OPEN DAILY FOR THE DI?
POSAI? of matters of course, bo., and also to hear on
determino summarily, by consent of partios, all sue
cases oa may bo submitted under Section 11th of A. A
Tho attention of all concerned ia called to that part <
the -1st Section of samo Act, which reads as follows :
"If ho (the Judge) baa become aaU-?cd that tho pro*
cution was without probable cause, be may order tin
(A? prosecutor ehallpay the costs of the prosecution, f<
which the Clerk ehaU Issue execution."
By order of the Court J. W. BROWNFIELD.
November 7 2 Clark D. C.
TO WHOLESALE GBOOER8, LIQUOR DEALER8, DI
TILLERS, DRUGGISTS, GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OILS, EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES FO
Savoring and improving Brandlee, Whiskeys, Runi
Wlne.'i, Cider, Ac, kc. .Ago and Body Preparations f
Neutralizing and Mollifying Whlakeya and Spirit-, E
tract- of Holland and London Gins, Colorings, Gum ai
Bagar Syrups, and Fruit Juices. Dr. Feuchtwanget
Treatise on Fermented Liquors, with 1000 Receipt* at
DRUGS, Cni-UTOALS, OXIDES, ORES, ko.
FOB SOAP MANOFACrnm-ns.-Silicate of Soda, Bolut
Gloss or Liquid Quartz, In Dry Crystal, Liquid or J el
Form; CausUo Soda, Soda Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oil
Soapstone and Ohlna Clay.
AU ordore sent to mo will hove prompt attention, ai
avery information required will be cheerfully given by
JOS. W. FECOHTW ANGER,
No. 66 Ood-r-etroot, New York.
October 10 wftoSmoa
The Laws of IleuUU.
It la uaeloss for Stoto Legislatures to pass laws for t
preservation of the publia health, If tho groat taw of te
preservation, which depends for its onforoamont np
tho wilt of the individual, is Buffered to remain a de
There, i? scoro-ty an adult member of the communil
of either soi, in this country? who bas not soon tho te
mony in fovor ?f HOSTIffTTER'S STOMACH BITTER
farniauorl over tholr own signatures by persona of <
_~ov.-lr.dgod eminence in B-lonco, literature, art, cm
marco, and ovary dnpartmont of bust nena and pro fe saloi
life. Th c3 o wltnesoes bave ?ocliu-od in tho most oxpli
terms that tho preparation la n n_fogt__-a against e\
demies, a sovcrolgn remody for dy ?p?pela, a valuablo an
bilious medicino, a promotor of oppotito, a genial ?
hat-mien- stimulant, a good aoollmating medicino,
strcngthoner of tho n?rvea, a general in vigoran t, a pi
tectlon against tho dolotorioiu effects of malaria ana 1:
puro water, and that it Imparta ? dogroo of vigor and <
tivity to tho vital forces which Is not communicated
any other of tho toni.-? and gtom-oU a in ueo. Uwl
these c1 re n inn Laue os Uio sclf-proscrvotlvo law of nab
ahould teach avery rational parson who, either by raaf
of inherent debility or in oen-oqiionco of expoturo to t
wholesome Influences, U In peril of losing tho greatest
all temporal blessings, >I___TII, tho Importance of uri
tho Biri'ERS, as a defensive medicine. Dyopoptlco vr
neglect to give It a trial are aim ply their own enemies.
la guaranteed to euro Indigestion in all It? forma, and I
-Clous and nexirotiB will Cud noUlinff In tbo who! o i_u
of o?lelal and proprietary medicines which Trill __??
thom tho >.-2u rcliet. 0 JTo?w???rl
Estate Sale, by order of the Erecutor,
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
llniluii?, Auctioneers and Heal Kit nie
At Private Sale
That elegant MANSION, willi considerable TOT at
tached, altuato at tho coruor of Society, Wentworth and
EaBt Bay streets, recently tlio residence of Charlea Key
word, Kfq., deceased; measuring ra Eut Hay street
211 feet 11 indie?; ou Wentworth street K2 feet 3 Inchon,
and on Society street 291 feet 2 hieben. The property
han boon recently surveyed anti subdivided into MIX (?)
parin, as can beacon hy a descriptivo Plat upon npplien
tlon. The M .ini.ion, wlileli In BO well Itnown as no1 to need
description, lias a Lot of K17 feet 9 tactics on liiwt hay
Hlrect, on Society street 980feet 'J luchen, and 2'JG feet
'J lnchc? ou the west line. One Lot on Bocarty street, with
two strong Urkk DuildingH attached, measures lo Peet 6
Inches on Society street by 10'J feet 9 inches deap. Also,
4 Lots on Wentworth sired, which mensuro each from
y8 to 40 feet flout on Wentworth street hy 104 feel H in
ches deep. Two of Ihe above f.ofs havo Brlclt Buildings
upon them. Thin properly is admirably located for
Dwellings, and also hue. a pcrspcitivo value for mercan
tilo purpoHCK, bein); situated on the main avenue of
travel to the principal Railroads.
For Descriptive Plat and other particulars apply OB
above, at No. 58 EAST DAY 8TRLET.
November 7_ wfniS
Estate Sale-By order of Exccidor.
BY ALO.\ZO J. WHITE ?It SON.
At Privato halo
That very valuable and eligibly located FARM, belong
ing to tho estate of Charles Hayward, Esq., deeoaied. sU
ttatod on Ashley Itivor, 4}i miles from Charleston C. H.,
Immediately on the Uno or tho South Carolina and North
oastorn Railroads. Tho tract contains 121 acres-about
100 of which ia high laud, und now uudci cultivation.
The place In well Bottled, having a neat cottage upon It,
and all other requisite farm buildings. From Its prox
imity to tho city; its accessibility by land and water; tlio
abundance of manure at hand from the marshes on tho
placo; the amount of labor that can lia commanded and
dlsmlgBCd at will; tho city being a depository-reudcra it
ono of the most ricsirablo places for farming purposes, or
for tho production of Sea Island Cotton. For plata and
other particulars, apply as above, at
November 5 row2 No. 58 EA8T BAY STREET.
Valuable Rice Plantations on TVftccam<ito and Pee
Vee Rivers, for Sate or Lease.
BY AI,(1\7.(? J. WHITE A. SON.
At Private Salo or for Lease
ARCNDALE PLANTATION, on Peo Doo River, con
taining two hundred and flfty (2fi0) acrcB of rice land, at
beat pilch of the tide, with a considerable quantity of
high land; has on ita Ano new residence, aud well settled
otherwise. Banks iu Uno condlUon. It waa formorly
owned hy Dr. Wm. Allston, and Ia considered one of the
heat plantations on that river,
BELLEFIELD PLANTATION, on Waccamaw Rivor;
contains two hundred and rorty (240) acres rico land, at
?ood pitch of the tide, with a considerable quantity oi
high land, one hundred acres of high swamp laud, re
cently cleared excellent cotton land. Tl?a property is In
the Immediate vicinity of Georgetown, and is well nettled
in every respect. Labor is readily obtained for the culti
vation of either of these places.
For plata and other particulars apply as above, at oui
Office, No. 58 EAST BAY STREET.
Novombcr 0 mu f I
Handsome Brick Residence corner ofBidi and Pitt
BY AI.O.VZO J. WHITE & SON.
At Privato Salo
A handsome three-story (3) BRICK RESIDENCE, situ,
atod at the southeast corner of Pitt end Bull streets. Tin
House contains ten (10) squaro rooms, together with pan
try, bathing room, kc. Ou tho promises oro largo accom
modations for servants, extensivo atablo room for ear
liages and horses, and Is ono of the most completo ant
woll arranged establishments in the city. The Lot moos
urea about eighty-seven (87) feet front by about one hnn
drcd and seventy (170) feet deep.
For farther particular?, apply as above, at
November S mwf3 No. 53 EAST BAY STREET.
Machine Shops and Foundri/.
BY ALO?VZO J. WHITE & iSOX.
At Privato Sato
That extensive and valuablo FOUNDRY, situated oni
door south of U&sol street, in roar of Marsh's Wharf ant
Dry Dock, known as Lockwood at Johnson's Foundry
On tho premises aro two (2) Buildings, ono largo Woodci
Building on tho front, and a Brick Building in good or
der in rear of tho same, now used aa a machino shop
Tho Lot measures HO feet on Concord street by 145 fee
deep. Tha placo can be delivered at once.
For particulars, apply as abovo, at
Novombcr 5 mw2 No. 68 EAST BAY STREET.
Sea Island Cotton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHKWES,
Real Estate Agent?, No. 31 l-:-i Broad-street
At Privato Salo
RICHFIELD PLANTATION, on John's Island, noa
Brick Honso; 625 acres, 400 cleared. This plantation 1
near tho sea, and tho lands productive and woll adapto
for Cotton, Rico and Provisions.
November 7 mwf 0
Sea Island Cotton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD ?Si MATHKWES,
Real Batate Agent?, No. 3l}_ Broad street.
At Privato 8ale
BRICK HOUSE PLANTATION ON JOHN'S I8LANE
well known for ita productiveness, as the crop of cotto
now being harvested will show. It contains 9C0 ocrea <
high land, G00 of which aro cleared; the balaneo heavll
Umbered with live oak and other mixed timbor, admin
bly adapted for fino finishing work; a good landing ft
vessels, odors great facilities for shipment of lumber. A
tachod Is a body of marsh, valuablo for manuring cottoi
Plantation healthy to reside on winter and summer. O
It la a large and handsome BRICK DWELLING HOB8
of cloven rooms, exclusive of basements, with ontbuili
ings, and a largo Engine Honso and Steam Engine. TI
drainage facilities of the above placo aro of the best, rci
dering it very safo for cotton planting. Lawn and othi
grounds about tho Residence highly ornamented and le
proved formerly. wfmfl November 7
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Hi ARCHDAL
At Private Sale
THAT MOST ELIGIBLE LOT, on the weat fido
Archdalo-street, known aa the Property of tho Gcrmi
Friendly Society, measuring 100 feet front by 213 feet
depth, more or lese. On the lot are remaining tho walls
the former Hall of tho Society, sufficiently strong to i
build on, and could easily be arranged for a large sehe
or privato dwelling. Also a very neat two story DWE
LINO, in complete order and occupied There is alsc
large cistern and three wells on tho lot, and other walls
kitchen and outhouses remaining, willoh can easily be i
fitted. This Is a most dcairablo location for a School oi
August M fmw No. 206 KING-STREET.
REAL ESTATE OF THE STATE WORK
AT GREENVILLE, B. C.
At Private Sale
The Commissioners of the State Works at Grconvill
8. O., offer at Privato solo
THE REAL ESTATE OF SAID WORKR
The Tract of Land contains twenty acres, and 1B all
ated ona milo and a third from tho Court House
Greenville, 8. C, having the Anderson rood on one si
and tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad on the othi
A branch track from tho railroad runs into the promlsi
Abont twelve acres of the land Is enclosed with a hl|
and closo hatton fonoc, and within tho oncloauro are
THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS, VIZ:
OFFICE, l8 by 40 foot; 3 finiahod rooms, 1 fireplaces.
MACHINE SHOP, 50 by 200 foot, with brick bosoniei
and Boiler Houco attached, and GO feet Chlmuoy a
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, with Boiler non
and Drying Hausa attached, and 60 feet Chlmnoy ai
BLACKSMITH SHOP. 60 by 100 foot, with 17 Forgt
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, with two Cupolas. Air Fi
nace, Oven and Chimney.
BRASS FOUNDRY, 20 by 80 foot, with Cupola, donl
Furnace and Chlmnoy.
CARPENTER SHOP, 60 by 100 foel, on brick pillai
with Engine House attached.
Small BLACKSMITH SHOP. 20 by 22 foot, with doul
PATTERN HOUSE, one and . lioU story, 20 by
STOREROOM, 23 by 60 foot, on brick pillars,
STOREROOM, 33 by 00 feet, on brlok pillara.
SMOKEHOUSE, l8 by 40 feet
CORN CRIB, 12 by 24 foot.
SHED, 25 by 70 feet.
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, STABLE, PODD]
WELL HOUSE, l8 by 20 foot
Small ENGINE HOUSE.
Tonna-A erodit of ono and two years, in canal innt
monta, with interest from date, on approvod persoi
security, mortgage of the promises, and assigned Insi
ance of tho buildings.
There aro several small Buildings on tho promt i
ontaldooftlio onclosnro, which will be oold for cash,
bo removod from tho premises.
For further information apply te
O. J. BLFOBD,
Secretary to Commiealouora State Works,
October 15 mwf Grocnvlllo, 8. O
Al Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD & MATT.BWES,
No. .11 l-'-i Broad ntrcti.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIRST-OLASS WATER-POWERS, SUMIE
&KSOUIS, &c tie, in this Stale and Goorgla.
DESIRABLE RBfUDENOEU AND BUILDING LO
lo ovary P*rt of tha el ty. 8mo September 1
JACOB COHEN & (MX
Brokers, Auctioneers and Gonor
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BUY AND SELL ON GOMMUM?ON BBAL ESTA'
STOCKS, BONDS. Ac, ka. Ino Vortmsxats
Jersey Wagon, Buggies, Mule, ?f-c. al Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. '?7 lliniul, II ?-m- sinic Street.
At 10>i o'clock THIS DAY, beforo our Offlcc,
THE ABOVE WILL DE SOLD. November 7
Furniture al Auction.
BY SMITH ?& MCGILLIVRAY,
No. M7 Broad stree*, near State street.
Will bo sold THIS MORNING, at 10y_ o'clock, In front of
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, FINK SIDEBOARDS,
Single Cottage Bedsteads, Mirror?, ke., .Ve.
Horses. Carriatje*, Mules, at Auction.
BY SMITH ?fc MCGILLIVRAY.
No. .'?7 Uroatl street, .South side, near Strttc
TUIH MORNING, at hall'-pnst 10 o'clock, In front of our
1 hand tome HORSE AND BUGGY, with One Charleston
m:idn 11.mu M
1 Uno blooded Mare (pedigree to bo seen at our olllre)
2 largo aud line Carriages, In good order, with Har
Horses, Mules, ki:, will be received up to hour o
?ale. November 7
Horses al Auction
BY L. BUNCH Hi SON,
No. 50B Tv I ii R Street.
W11 be sold TniS DAY, tlio 7th instant, at IO o'clock,
3 Eino Work HORSES-just from tho couutry
I Suporior Corn Mill and Heltiiii;
Several Parlor Btovcs-nearly new
Several Redstead? and Mattress??
3 Saddles-nearly now. November 7
Attractive Sale on Wcdnestlau.
BY L. HUNCH & SON,
No. 500 King street.
At 11 o'clock THIS DAY, 7th instant,
Ono primo MULE
Ono Work Uoreo
Sovoral good Counters
Ono Ruco Boat
Barrels Empty Bottles
Barrels of Vinegar
Boxes Chowiug Tobacco
Casos Scotch Whiskey
Cones London Punch
Several Screens and Mantelpieces
And sundry usoful articles, too numerous to mention.
Articles to bo removed on day of colo.
Unlimited articles received up to tho hour of solo.
Schooner at Auction.
BY MILLIGAN, MELCHF.RS di CO.
THIS DAY, the 7th Instant, at tlio Wharf foot of
Vendue Range, at 11 o'clock A. M. we will sell
Tlio Schooner LOUISA, 17 feet long, IO feet boam, and
C feet hold, burthou 21 tons, with her Boat, 2 Cables, and
2 Anchors, Rigging, Sails, &c, all in comploto order.
Shoisccppor fastened. Novcnibor 7
A Chance for Capitalists-Large Vacant Lot in
BY XV. Y. LEITCH Si R. 8. BRUNS,
WU1 bo Bold, at Auction, in front of tho old Customhouse,
at 11 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, December 6,
That spacious and eligibly situated LOT, containing 100
feet front on Meeting-street by 300 feet deep,
This property ia sufficiently largo for the building of
four stores on the ?west, with an entrance and a capacity
for the erection of additional buildings in tho rear, tbue
offering a splendid opportunity for un investment. The
locality of this property in the principal business et-cet,
and its contiguity to tho fushloimblo hotels of this city,
with tho city ndlway running in front, and its largo
space, entitles it to tho consideration of capitalists.
Terms accommodating. For further particulars, ap
ply as above, at No. 25 BROAD-bT REET.
This property can bo treated for at privato Bale.
Novembers 1 wf
Estate Saie of Valuable Sea Island Plantations sit
uated on Edisto Island--Rice Lands opposite Wil
ton, St. Paul's Parish-Cotton Lands on Toogoo
doo Creek, St. Pattfs Parish, in the Stale of South
Carolina, belonging lo the late Ephraim M, Bag
RY K. B. DcLEOV.
Will bo Bold, at Public Auction, In the City of Charleston,
8. C, on WEDNESDAY, tho 6th of December, 1866, at
11 o'clock, at tho old Custom House, corner of Broad
and East Hay streets,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PLANTATIONS:
EDICTO IHI.AKD. ACHES.
Seaside Plantation...300, moro or le?
Residue of Hickory Hill.100, moro or le?
Palmetto.132, moro or lea;
Shergoold. .168, moroorlesi
Shell Honse.100, moro or le?
Rod House.;.ISO, moroorlesi
Seabrook's.l61, moro or lum
Tho above adjoin, and may be purchas
ed as ono Plantation, containing in
all..1326, moro or lea
Babbitt Point.674, moro or lea
Laroche's..200, more or les
Little Edisto Place.'..300, moroorlesi
Total number of Acres on Edisto
Island.2400, moro or lea
St. Paul's Parish Cotton Plantation on
Toogoodoo.600, more or lea
St. Bartholomew's Parish Rico Planta
tion, opposite Wilton (It L. ).200, more or lee
Total amount of Land.3100, moro or IOB
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in ono and two ycart
secured by bond and mortgago of tho premises.
THOS. H. WILLINGHAM,
Trustoo of E. M. Baynard, deceased.
N. B.-Any information in relation to the above ma
bo obtained from WILLIAM WHALEY, Esq., Solicitai
No. 48 Droad street, Charleston, S. O., or H. H. DELEO?
No. 22 Broad street wf October M
Desirable City Residences.
BY JACOB COHEN & CO.
At Private Bale
All that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story woode
DWELLING thereon, situated on tho south sida of Sprit
street, known as No. 71, measuring 72 foot front by li
foot iu depth. The honso contains four (4) square roonu
pantry and dressing room, with double piazzas and gt
fixtures complete. Oa the lot ia a elstern, a two-stoi
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and all necesitar
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a two and a half Btoi
wooden DWELLING thereon, situated at the eouthwe
corner of Qaaan and Trapmann streets, measuring 46 fo
9 inches in front on Quoen street by 160 feot?n Trapmar
street. The house contains four (4) squaro rooms, pat
try, dressing room and three finished garrot rooms, w11
double piazzas and gas fixtures complete. On tho lot
a elstern, a two-story lathed and plnutsrod wooden kite!
en and all necessary outbuildings.
For term apply as abovo, st
November 7 wftn3 No. 40 HA8T BAY, np stairs.
At Private Sale-Residence extreme west end t
BY IV. Y. LEITCH de R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
At Private Balo
That pleasantly located and eligible BUICK HEB
DENCE, No. 35 Bull street, containing four upright in
two attic Rooms, with Pantry, DrcBBing-rooni and C1
torn. On tho premises aro ali necessary outbuildings.
Tlio adjoining VACANT LOT, to tho weat of the abov
For dimensions, terme, ix., apply as abovo, at
Novombcr 7 wfm3 No. 26 BROAD STREET.
Estate Sale-Plantation in St. Andrew's Paris
BY LOUIS ?. DcSACHHCRK.
At Privato Bala
HOPETON PIiANTATION, in fit Androw's Taria
about fivo miles from Charleston, on the Hinno River, c
poelto to John's Island. The tract coutalns about 0
acres of land, about 726 of which aro high land-t
balance marsh land. Excollont crops of Boa Island Ci
ton havo been modo upon tho place for several yeal
About 400 aores of tho land are cleared and adapted
tho culture of Cotton and Provisions, and about 31
Rice. Tho placo is planted this year, and has a fair cr
For particulars apply to
November 7_ wfmO_ No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
BY J. BRAYTON FORD.
At Privato Sale
A WELL-BROKEN DRAFT nORSE, in good condiltic
sound and gentle. Ho can bo seen at my anice,
Novembor 7 wfl_No. 40 BROADJHTREET
Small Houtes in Hanover and Nassau-slreels
BY SMITH St MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL EdTATE AGENT8.
No. 27 Broad-street, near Matc-s? rcet.
2 HOUSES with good Lot?, in Hauovor-etroot
1 Housti in Nansau-ctrcet, ooat aide, next north
For turras, apply tin above, October S<
REAL ESTAT E,
AT PRIVATE] SALE,
SMITH & M'GILLIVRAY
No. 27 Broad Street,
.SOUTH SIDS, NEAR STATES STREET.
FIR8T CLASS SEA ISLAND OOTTON PLANTATION!
VALUARLE RICE PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANrA LIONS AND FARMS
EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORY
MILL SITES AND DELKHirFUL 8 JUMPER RK
DKNOES, In various parto of tho Sonth.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOT8 of all s?zo>, pri
and dcaerfptlona, in ?vtuy pari o? tho City.
Eoftcmbcr M vfmfim
DamtwedJlry Goods, Boots, andahoes^naccoitnt
rjntJertcrUera and all concerned, and Stock of Mut
ter's Store, Clothing, Ac., Ac,
McK-lV ?St CAMPHEL-,
Cnsli Auction House, No. 5.1 HoBil-street- op
posite (ha Kew Post?nica?.
Will nell Till? DAY, comi-oncing at 1U o clots,
?ino dam-god COTTON SHEETS
Canes dam-god Roots oud Shoes, itc, ?c.
DRESS GOODH, B-Uactaffwt SlulT, KT<u<-kyJeans,
Alpaca, L.-C-? Hine and Red I-launel Shirts, Velvets.
Trlmmlugs, lifauk-ts. Cotivuf, White l-launel, Ctwsi
meros, Tweeds, Canton -launel*, wool caps, &c, KC.
OCIIIH' Hiijw r Movlno CNDliilSIHRTS and DRAWERH
Ladies', U?_t-*, ami Children's Uo*o aud Half Hose.
CLOTH-MO AND RATS:
Pants, Vt-stf, ami Coals; a full an?ortmcut.
HOOTS ?VXD SHOES:
I?adicH', Gents', Youths', oud Childron e, assorted
ALSO, , _^_ ,
POCKET SKIVE-, Porto Monnaies, KioWu*? Brushes,
Pen Holders, Domiucs, Lead Pencils, PorUOliou, Mem
Cans ansorted Meat and Vegetables, Tobacco, &c, ftc.
Conditions cash. . " _ ",
WU1 sell, on FRIDAY, n full twortmont of New ona
Second-hand FURNITURE, Btovc-J, Carpots, &o.: kc.
November 7 _
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Toys, de.
BY J. Si Wa KNOX.
THIS DAY, at lo o'eloels A. M" at their Soles Boom?.
No. RJS Meeting-street, onposlto Pavilion Hotel, v*_
bo sold, .?__,_ a.
- ploccH RLACK ALPACA, Coburg?, Wool Plaid, *c.
- pieces Prints, Flannel, Jeans and Linons
- dozciis Wool und Cotton Hoso and Koli Hose.
Gent's and Ladies' Colorod Border LAWN AND L. C.
Turliey Red IldkfH., Crimean and I.. Bosom Shirts
White and Colored Linen nnd Paper Collars, Nock Tics
Tapo Trimming, Velvet Rlbboue, Threads
Balmoral Skirts, Belts, PUI-BCB, Combs
Brushes, Button.*, Scissors, Hair Oils, Pomades, and E_
?-cht for tho Hdkf.
Knife Sr-abbards, Sharing BOIOH, Wood Faucets, *:c.
Men's Drab nud Black Felt Hat-, ODO iiuallty
Several lots Children's Boots and Shoes.
20 LOTS ASSORTED TOYS
3 Gold and Silver Watches
Conditions cash. _Novembor7
Dry Goods, Clothing. Hosiery, ?te.
BY F*. BACKUS.
WAI bo Bold Tins MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at my Store,
No. 136 Meeting ?treet, opponlto Pavilion Hotel,
SATINETS, BROADCLOTHS, KENTUCKY JEAN8,
Tweeds, Cotton Flannel, Bed Ticking, CalicooB, Black
Alpacas, Hickory Shirts, Fancy Wool -birts, Cotton Flan
nel Drawon?, 3? Inch Mad. Handkerchiefs. Turkey Rod
Handkerchiefs. 60 dozen Ladles' Kid Gloves, 40 Ladies'
Cloth Cloaks nnd Mantillas, extra fino quality; CO dozen
Heavy Brown Half Hose, CO dozon Mixed Half Hoso, 200
dozen assorted L-iillcii' aud Miiises' Hose, a lot of Jowolry,
1 Ladies' Gold Watch, Aecordoous, Pockot Knivos, Scis
sors, Razors, Trimming Buttons for Dresses. Spool Cot
ton, Blnck Thread, with a variety of other articles.
5 cases assorted Split Straw Bonuets.
1 RECOND-HAND ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE BOUDOnt
PIANO FORTE, in tino order.
Ti-rniH cash on delivery. November 7 1
Sale Continuadlo Cose Gonsiqnments.
BY MILE? DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will BOU at my Stor?,
corner of King and Liberty street?,
The balance of Block of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING,
ko., to CIOEO consignments, compriHLui*'
Pioccs WAMSUTTA PRINTS, RED TWILL FLANNEL.
Brown Cotton Flannel, Empress Cloth, S-tluet, Diaper,
kc; Hoop and Balmoral Skirt?, Hosiery, L. C. Handker
chiot-, Cassimoro and Satinet Pants, Mllllnary, ko.
Torms cash. November 7
BY K. M. MARSHALL,
THI8 DAY, the 7th instant, ?t baU-post 10 o'clock.
will bo sold before my Bales Boom, Na S3 nroad
1 TOP BUGGY
1 Opou Buggy Novcmbor 7
BY R. HI. MABSHALI?.
THIS DAT, 7th Instant, at 11 o'clock, will be sold, at
my solea room, No. 33 Broad street,
CHAIRS, SOFAS, WashstaudB, School Doaks, Tables,
Wardrobes, Buggies, Saddles, Shot Gun, Sowing Ma
chine, kc. November 7
Hame, Cheese and Bait.
BY BRUNS At 1'HCK.
TOMORROW, 8th November, will bo sold before oar
Storo, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
C tierces HAMS
l8 boxes Chocaa
15 bbhi. Turk's Island Salt.
November 7 _
'Sea Islind Bagging.
BY BRUNS ?St HBK.
TO-MORROW, 8th Novomber, will be sold befar? our
Storo, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
60 PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING.
Russ' Si. Domingo Bitters, Juleps, Cocktails, de.
BY BRUNS St BEE.
TO-MORROW, 8th November, will bo sold before onr
8tore, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
10 coses RUSK' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS
10 coses Russ' Cocktails
6 cases Rusa' Mint Juleps
6 casos Russ' Arrack Punch
6 caaes RUBS' Assorted Cordials.
Splendid Billiard Saloon, Bar Room. Fine Furni~
ture, with Good Will, and Lease of Premises.
BY WILBUR Si SON.
TO-MORROW, the 8th instant, at No. 5, west sido State
street, at 11 o'clock, will bo sold.
The fino and complet- BILLIARD SALOON, coneistiiv
of two (2) nearly nesv, and In splendid order, Shorpo'e
Combined Cushioned Billiard Tables, with on olcgoatly
fitted up Saloon, handsomely furnished with every con
The BAR-BOOM untlerneath, with Counters, Chaira,
Cane-scat Stools, Tobies, Mirrors, Cooking Bange, Stove,
and Cooking Utensils, Ac,
The above will bo offered together, and if not sold in
this manner, then every articlo will be sold separately,
without raierve, as tho Bala must bo positivo.
Conditions cash. Nov_mbor7
House and Lot, Wentworth street.
BY JACOB COHEN Se CO.
WU1 bo sold at Auction, on TUESDAY, 18th November,
at tbo Exchange, at 11 o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with a ouo-atory BRICK
BUILDING thereon, formarly used as the "Synagogue,''
situated in Wentworth street, between Meeting and An
son street?. Lot 71 foot front on Wontworth by 103 feet
deep, more or leas.
Conditions.-One-third cash; bolanoo by bond and
mortgage of premises, payable in one and two years.
Mahogany, Logwood and Fuslio, on Account of
loltom it may Concern.
BY 3. A. KN??LOW St CO.
On WEDNESDAY, 14th Instant, will bo sold, by Public
Auction, at South Dry Dock Wharf, at 11 o'clock.
10 logs MAHOGANY
- tons Logwood
- tons Fustic.
Damaged on board the French bark "Mazatlan " H.
Fouvro master, which put Into this port in distress whilst
on her intended voyage from Isle of Carmen to Havre,
and sold for account of whom It moy concern, by reoom'
meudo-on of tho Port wardens and by ordar oi tho Fronch
Consul._^ _November B
Direct Importation from Cuba-250,000 choice Se
gara. Wine, Brandy, Rum. Guava Jcllv. de.
BY CLIFFOKt) St, MATIIBW_i_f.
At Storo No. 91 East Pay.
Will bo Boldon WEDNESDAY, the 14th instant, at 11
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN AND tfAVORTTE
BRANDS OF 8EGARS, ?So.: .wal,"luiJC
10,000 Retalio do la Reina
3,000 Ho;<alto Chica
10,oi)0 Media Regalia Bntanloa
60,000 Media Conchas do Regalia
60,000 Media Regalia.
All of tho abovo aro branded "Young America." and
warranted by F. Lopez b Co., SogirS^afl^?)^^^^
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, In casks tram US to ft. _sL
lons each **
28? gallons Jamaica Rum, In caaka from __ #? _a _-__",,,
100 gallons Brandy, in casks from 25 to 33 gallo-a narfi
12 half pipos best Catalonia (Claret) WiSo/ca gaUon*
C0 ba.is Havana Smoking Tobacco, CO to 78 lh_. #_?>,
6 boxes Whllo Sugar, 190 to BOO IIJB, oach
1 box oflaorted Spanish Chocolata
12 canes Holland Oin, In battles
200 dozen assorted Guava Marmal_da and JolVv
C Ur>u8 ?Jpanlsh Olives. v
Will bo sold in lota to ault purehiwors, and artlotft- to
bo i-omnvod immcdiotoly altor Uie salo. ??Wie? to
Tho abovo aro imported direct from Cub _ _nrt ti?? ?__
tcntion of denium lu called to tho same. "*"
??.Tho Havnuiali Republican, AugustaC-___biH/_
ahflt. Atlanta Int_Wtf__ooi and Co.umb1nrh<?XA?L
^owmbSaT'ovory othl,rday'ftua *mbin toa* ML
Furniture, Horns. Venic'es. otu., ai AurelT
No. 37 Brou?! atrcet^soutl. ?Id?, near Stn??
Sab- of FURNITURE, 4c, at m-l-iitn w?^r^T
bmiled to at moderato cl-usoi. P *^f M?,dO,?0eo at.
Auction every WKDNEvSDAY for HORSSa. vmrT/-rii-i
F SSSSyP1 &c- *****10 tf*S5S58_S^ .
DKLdUA TORBE'g STHAM BAW M7M
To Bau?or Lcaw, all thS toa iffietthel^eZ
n? of Warmington andChapal aire?is, l^W to