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THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1866.
LARGEST Sffl?in?? ?
LARGEST .CIRC?LATIOJ? IN THIS CITY.
?STTHE LIST OF LETTERS JiE
MAINING in the 3?ostoffioe at th.e
end of each week: ia published offi?
cially in'PH ID DAILY NEWS
every Friday "moraine:.
The following are the Agents for this paper :
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting |
Bev. COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col?
TOWNSEND k NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers, i
Conimbia, S. 0.
0. D. GOODMAN, Cross HUI, Laurens District, S. C.
J. V. NETHEBB, Union, 8. 0.
Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, 8. C.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. 0.
3. T. DuBOIS, Marlon.
O. S. BARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison Co., Fla.
PATRICK k H?VEY, Macon, Ga. ?
* J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, dinton, 8. C.
J. R. ALLENrCheater C. H., S. C.
, W. 8. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C.
B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8. C.
H. L. DARB, Sumter, 8. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C.
3. M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. C.
H. M. QUINN & BRO., Augusta.
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DA VEG A, Agent in New. York. _
s -? ? -?
WE ABE indebted to the puraer of the steamer
Pilot Boy, arrived last evening, for files of late
PERSONAL.-Dr. GABDBBB, the celebrated Eye
Mid Eur Surgeon, of New York, arrived yesterday
at the Charleston Hotel. *
THE steamer Pilot Boy, Captain MONELTY, from
Savannah, via Beaufort and Hilton Head, arrived
last night. The following are her consignees and
passengers : -'
John F Davis, H Center, S H D?ngen, J F Fett, D
Moe, John J Smith, Col Seabrook, Dr MeUiohamp, Dr
O Johnston and wife, Mrs Harrison; Mr Davenport, Capt j
Junes Evans, and 22 on deck.
Consignees-Ferguson k Holmes, F Lopez k Co, T M
. ? Bristol! & Co, R Hendricks, Mordecai & Co, Southern Ex?
press Company, J A Enslow, and W S Henerey.
UNITED STATES DISTBIOT COUBT, Hon. GEO. S.
BBYAN presiding.-The Court was occupied to-day
in healing the ease of DHUOSTA & MAVAN vs. the ?
schooner Aid. The argument was ' opened by W.
. E. MIKELL, Esq., for tho libellants, and followed
by HEWBY SEABBOOK, E'sqj, on part,ofrespondents.
The further hearing of the case was postponed un
, 4? to-day, at ?l?. M.
MAYOR'S COTJBT, Wednesday, November 17.-A
... am ali man who had been confined in the Hospital
. for some time, on account oit a severe wound he
- had received, was picked up in the street very
drunk. -The Mayor, knowing, his physio al infirmi?
ties, .ordered bim to report back to the Hospital,
'. ? pr he would be sent to the Alms House. Of the i
iwo evils he chose the least, and sloped for the
A fair Milesian, who appeared before the Court j
like the veiled prophet of Khorassan, was oharged j
??. with having imbibed too much ne o tar. She yield
fid to the soporific influence, and was found on the
bricks. She vehemently denied the statement of
the police, but he was supreme, and the gentle
HABT was charged $5 for her rampage.
Another calico oase, that had more coloring to it,
?as brought up, and the immaculate Katy found j
that she'had did it when she got drunk. Katy went [
to. a ball and imbibed too much, and a row was con?
sequent, so the blaok princess was fined 16 for her j
Two oolored persons had a row about their j
rights, and it was necessary for a policeman to in
- teifere before peace was restored. They expressed
a thorough willingness to be reconstructed, but it
required much labor and loss of time before the
difference could be settled. After hearing the
Jacts of the case, the Mayor fined both parties $5,
and told them to keep the peace in future.
James Johnson", who had an eye to the main
chance, grabbed some of the city planks, and was
hauled np accordingly. Jeems protested that he
did not think it wrong, and was only convinced
that it was so when the Mayor fined him $1 for his
ATTEMPTED ESCAPE.-Several prisoners, who were
confined in the third story of the jail, attempted to
make their escape by outting through the wall
fliat separated them from the hall. It is supposed j
that their idea was to make their way to tho roof,
and from there to the street. The Sailor, Mr.
KENNEDY, heard of their proceedings, and on
searching their quarters found a Frank Leslie's
Weekly pasted on the wall. Tearing this away,
the excavation was discovered. Further invest?-1
gatton brought to light a rope of some length,
beautifully made from blankets, a. knifo, ohieel and
iron hook. Six of tho prisoners were confined in
one room, and it was evidently a joint stock
?nterprioe, which, if not discovered, would have
proved a success. Those prisoners havo beon
recently brought from Castle Pinckney, where
they have "beon confined for some time. Their
antecedents were bad, a? they had already es
eaped from that place to the marsh, but wero j
recaptured. They have boen watched closely since
their removal, and by that means their designs |
wore frustrated. They now occupy soparate cells,
and in such a position that escape is almost im?
possible. The crowded condition of the jail ren?
ders it necessary to put soveral in one room, and
whenever these desporate characters are assooiatod
together in this way attempts'-to escape are fre?
quent. In tho present case tho prisoners wore all
sentenced at the last session of the Court of
Common Pleae, and by some outside influence
?btained the tools that they used. It tells well for
tho civil authorities that this attempt WBB pre?
vented, for during tho military jurisdiction escapes |
ware of frequent ooenrrenco.
THE CHARLESTON HOUSE.-To ladies purchasing
dry goods for thoir country friends, Messrs. STOLL,
WEBB & Co. will guarantee to furnish them with a
larger variety to soloot from than any houso in tho
city; also, to soil all artiolos at as low prices as thoy
oan be had anywhere. Will furnish packing casos,
any size, free of charge; will take special caro in
packing and shipping any orders entrusted to thom,
and will assuro all that will call at thoir store of I
erery accommodation and every attontion. *
THE EXE oporatiorm for Cataract, Strabismus or
Cross Eyo, Artificial Pupil, ana ?di diseases qf the
Bye, successfully treated by Dr. CIABDNEB, Oculist
who ts no? ft* tba Ohnrloston Hotel. * '
SCANDALUM MAONATUM.-' 'So-and-so is a Yankee,"
is often used as an argument in this Southern
country of ours, to divert trade or business
from tho person alluded to. Tho parties who use
it seem ontiroly to forget, and certainly do not
heed tho fact, that Tankee capital and Yankee en?
terprise are much needed by us at present; and that I
the only way to get it, at least so as to be of any
service, is for these same Yankeos to settle ambng
us and engage in business, and that if they offer
good terms they are as much entitled to custom
as anybody else. But bad as this may be, it is not
half so badas to use the same argument against
Southern merohants, calling them Yankees when
i they are nothing of the sort. And yet this, to our
I knowledge, is not unfroquently done. For in
! stance, we have heard it said, more than onco, that
Messrs. KINO & CASSIDEY, tho proprietors of tho
great Southern Drug Houso in Meeting street, arc
Yankeos, when, to our certain knowledge, both,
members of the firm are North Carolinians/ We I
are glad to say that the slander has not done them
much harm; for their trade in this State and in
Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee, is unsur?
passed by any drug house in the city.
To THE LrasEATi.-The corner of Beaufain and I
King streets has become famous since GBEEB has j
chosen it for his stand, and the lovers of literary
treats can .be found there at all hours searching j
after knowledge. Mr;' GBBEB has been so long- in
tho book1 business that he is.now thoroughly con-;
versant with all of its- phases, and knows exactly
what the community requires. This bookstore ?B
one of the most popular stands on tho fashionable
promenade, and-is always crowded with purchasers.
Mr. GBEEB'S stoek embraces every article in his
Une, including a large assortment of stationery and j
fancy articles. No gift is more acceptable than a |
book, and tho near approach of the holidays wams i
all who intend to act as Santa Claus to invest at |
NEW FAMILY GBOOEBY STOBB.-Misfortune affects
somo men terribly, while others laugh at the buf?
fetings of the world, and always suooeed in breast?
ing the storm. Our friend, W. J. Tara, is ono of |
theae.forfamate characters; he has proved that he
is not afraid of fire, and does not - believe in mas?
terly inactivity.- He "has now reopened his store at
No. 80 Market street, a well .'known stand, and is
prepared to furnish the good things of this life j
with bis wonted .liberality, at the lowest prices.
Mr. Tam's friends'will be pleased to hear of his
resumption of business, and his many patrons and
customers will gladly stop on their way to market
to inspect his ntock and purchase their daily sup- [
plies. Three moves ar? said to be equal to a firo^
but a ure can hardly bo regretted when it is fol?
lowed by a move like that recently made by Mr.
IN THE NAME OF THE PROFIT.-DBUQB-Our
enterprising and wide-awake townsman, Br. SOLO?
MON, having found, after careful consideration,
that a new drug store is just the thing of all others
most wanted in our city, has kindly undertaken to
supply this desideratum. Not only did ho do this
thing, bat he did it well ; and a handsomer, store
the fair ladies of Charleston never beheld than the i
new taberna medica fitted up in Hasel street, next |
to St. Mary's. We have had a peep at its hidden
beauties, and can confidently promise a treat to all |
who will go this evening and assist at tho store
PAINTS, &O.-We would.call attention to the no
tioe of Messrs. DOUGLAS & MILLEE, NO. 85 East I
Bay. These gentlemen are fully prepared to reno- 1
vate and rejuvenate anything that they put their
hands to by the addition of a fine coat of paint.
Their stock comprises every article in their Une,
including leads, colors, window glass, &c., and they
are prepared to fill contracts for painting at tho
lowest terms. Parties in want of such work would ;
act wisely in calling on Messrs. D. and M., and
they will have it well attended to.
DEAFNESS CUBED.-Dr. GABDNEE, whose reputa- |
tion aB an aorist is unsurpassed by none, has ar?
rived in oar city and is stopping at the Charleston
Hotel, where he may bo consulted. Dr. G. is an
Englishman by birth, and has devoted his whole
life to the study of the diseases of tho Ear, and he
comes to ouroity with the highest encomiums. We
world advise all thus affected to call upon him at !
once. Bead MB advertisement. *
Ons enterprising and worthy friend VOOLEB, of
Market street, advertises to-day that ho has just
received a large stook of books, periodicals, sta?
tionery, photograph albums, &o. Mr. VOGLEB is
in every way worthy of the public patronage, and j
has always an excellent supply of articles in his '
line. At his place the latest papers and periodi?
cals from all sections of tho country can always be )
had, as also the latest novels and magazines. Give
him a call.
T/mv.TtAT. OFFEB.-Attention is called to the lib?
eral offer made to capitalists, by Mrs. LAUBENCE j
KEITT, this morning. She offers a fine mill seat,
with large water-powor and mill-dam complete,
gratis to any ono who will build thereon a cotton j
factory. Mrs. KETTT says, whioh we can verify, j
that tho seat is situated in the finest cotton dis?
trict in the State, and possesses the further advan?
tage of being near tho South Carolina Bailroad.
THE EYE AND EAB.-We refer our readers to the
advertisement of Dr. GABDNEB, oculist and au-1
riat (formerly of London, now of New . York), who
will bo at tho Charleston Hotol on Tlmraday, No?
vembor 8th, and remain until Thursday, November [
15th; aftor that timo will viBit this city monthly.
Thoso who require medical or surgical aid, for
doafness or disoasos of tho oyo, should avail thom
solvos of tho opportunity now offered for obtaining
relief by consulting Dr. GABDNEB. *
BrLLIABD KOOII AND BAB ROOM AT AUCTION.- |
By an advortisomont in another column it will bo
seen that MOHBI-S. WILBUB & SON will sell at auc?
tion tLiia day tho billiard saloon, No. 5 State stroot,
with the good will, fixtnros and furnituro of tho
WE WOULD direct tho attontion of shippers to
tho advortisomont of MossrB. COUBTENAY & TBEN- ?
HOLM, offering to toko a limited amount of cotton,
at low ratos, to Baltimore, Philadelphia or Now
York, par steamship "Sea Gull," to loavo to-mor?
A SOCIETY OF BUILDEBS.-New Orleans has inau?
gurated a new system to provide a sufficiency of |
tenements, by the joint action of all partios con?
cerned in tho building Uno. Tho Picayune says:
Tho organization oontains over ono hundrod
master mechanics on tho subscription roll, tho re?
mainder of the wholo number of three hundrod
and fifty subscribers hoing dealers in building ma?
terials, hardware, mot?is, paints, brickB, lumber,
limo, cement, sand, &o. Lach ono of tho master
mochamos that resort hithor, speak of the scarcity
of labor which tonds to, and actually doos serious?
ly rotard, tho oporation of building. What ia tho,
freat neod of our population ?-houses to livo iv?
'hat the peoplo may have an idea of tho ar^'int.
as woll as tho extent of building in our city f01' ^ho j
past year, a singlo subscribor to thc ,d091?"v' th0
finn of Murry & Jamison, haYo.f-'T5hed 5250,000
worth of work, and have enacted for as much
moro. Tho works of ft*0101' lt,Ea"t?i'^k' "lij0 of
this aocioty, will r ^ably roach $300,000. Othora
have rurnished, STTl?kviiriou8ly eatimft'
tod at. fro..? #c?O0,0?? to $o00,000.
BUSINESS T NOTICES,
ki ' V ? ?*['*-- ;' ;
AwctlorrSalcs This Day.
B it OTB k Bsa wiU seU thia day before thoir store, Np.
78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, hams, cheese, salt, Bandee
bagging, St Domingo bitters, juleps, cooktails, &c.
WILBUR & SON will sell this day at No. 5 State street,
weat side, at ll o'clook, a splendid, billiard saloon, bar
room, fine furniture, with good will and lease of the
MILLIGAN, MELCHERB k Co. will soil this day at their
store, No. 22 Venthie Range, at 10 o'clook, melton and
broadcloth, beaver clolh, ready-made clothing, furniture,
&c. ; also, on the wharf, at ll o'clock, the sloop Eliza
L. BUNCH & SON will soil this and every ovcnlng this
week, at their storo, No. 500 King stroet, a fine assortment
of goods, worthy tho Attontion of housekeepers.
M. L.'AraiAn will sell this day at his store, No. 10 Ven?
due Rauge, at 10 o'clock, on assortment of furniture, dry
THOSE who suffer from Dyspepsia and tiver Complaint
Will not regret purchasing a bottlo of Mrs. EMILY A.
JENKINS' CoUoton Bitters. It has never failed to relieve
tho most aggravated case. For sale by all Druggists.
November 8" thstu
DULCE JJT DECOBE EST PRO PATBIA MOM.-Noble,
beautiful and fitting is it to Uve for one's country ; and
still more beautiful is it to save the Uves of ojhers. This
has been done in casos almost without number, by Dr.
T. W. MARSDEN, in the preparation of his invaluable
VEGETABLE SANITIVE PILLS. For sale by aU
Druggists. KING & CASSIDEV, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN it CO., Agents.
Novembers ? 0
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL NOTICE.-Dru. CLEOKLET. &
SOHLEY (of Columbus, Ga,,) having permanently located
in Charleston, respectfully tender their services to the
citizens, in the practice of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. has had tho oxporionco of fifteen years in this
school of medicino. ' ,
Ofl?ce at our reaidenco, No. ll, S. W. corner COLLEGE
and GREEN STREETS (corner of Green). '
H EU VE Y M. CLEOKLKT, M. D... .PHILIP T. SOHLET, M. D.
September 5 ljr j
Mercutio said o? his wound,
"It was not as deep as a weil, or as wide
As a gate, but it would do."
PLANTATION BITTERS wiU not raise the dead
But they cure tho sick, exalt the depressed,
Add a rose tint oharm to tho social circle,
And rend or Uf? a thing to be enjoyed.
Also, the thing itself is quite enjoyable.
Never was searching Tonio in such ploasont shape.
Tender youth, declining age, the mind
O'erwronght by mental care, moat gentle females,
And the wreck of men, all find these Bitters
The balm of Ufe and source of health.
? Delay not a trial. Conveniently deposited
In every town wherever civilization extends,
It can bo obtained, true, genuine and sure.
November 6 tufhs3
O J?L RD.
. J. TRI
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS THAT HE HAS
reopened his Storo at No. 80 MARKET STEEET, where
he is prepared to offer to his former patrons a choice lot
of GROCERIES, selected from the Baltimore markets.
Persons wishing desirable family supplies can be readily
suited. Having received a Uboral patronage before the
fire which consumed his stock, he hopes, by strict at?
tention to business, to merit a continuance of tho same.
November 8 Imo
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
JUST RECEIVED- >
A large supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc.
A fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most j
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home]
AU tho MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKL*" 7APERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the some.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL._ November 8
ASPLENDID MILL SEAT, LARGE WATER-POW?
ER, WITH A DAM COMPLETE, is offered GRATI8
to any ono that would build thereon a COTTON FAC?
TORY. It is situated in the finest Cotton District in the
State, and convenient to the South Carolina RaUroad.
Apply to MOWRY & CO.,
November 8 th Charleston.
JULIAN J. CHiSOLM, ?Vi. D.,
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY, WILL RE?
SUME tho practice of SURGERY at his Office, No,
74 HASEL STREET. 1 November 8
ORS. RAOUL ft LYNAH,
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.A. M. LYNAH, M. D.
ABE O N TANTLY RECEIVING FRESH A?D
well selected stocks of *
DB CG S AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
COMBS, BRUSHES, ka., is.,
Which they offer to the PubUo and tho TRADE in gm
aral at tho LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and exanrno
Put up at all hours, day and night, with the greatest eire.
?ST* Country orders solicited, thstu NovomberB
MESSRS. SOLOMONS k CALDWELL TAKE PLEAS?
URE in informing tho ciUzons of Charleston tint
their NEW DRUG STORE, on HASEL STREET, nextto
St. Mary's Church, will bo oponod for publie inspectbn
on THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Novomber 3 !
No. 85 East Bay.
TTTHTTE LEADS, ZINC PAINTS, OILS, WIN?OW
VV GLASS, COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for salo a tho
lowest prices by
DOUGLAS & MILLEU.
HOUSES, STEAMBOATS AND PUBLIC) BUILDNGS
Painted in ovory style. Thankful to our friouda foi tho
past liberal patronago, wo hopo to mont a contiuuorce of
their favors. mthlmo November 8
rruns MILL HAVING BEEN THOROUGHLY RE
X PAIRED and put in poiioct ordor and mictsssful
operation. <? v^imro.i to receive and pound am Bice
corui?"'tocl to ita caro in the best manner and at tho
lowctit rates. /
Kice or other Grain ip tho extent of ono hnndr-d'and
fifty thousand bushols can bo most, convonienly and
scononiicully received and stored, in bafls or bulk, in tho
safe and wcll-vcntilatod Storehouse attached.
November 8 tlstuS
WOOD AND COAL.
5?0 00111)8 yellow pine
250 TONS SMITH'S OOAL-to arrive.
For sale low by ?
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON & oo.,
November 8 No. 4 Southern Wharf,
... , EXCHANGE. .
GHEC??S OH NEW TOBE, :: >,' . t : ; ;. ;
NEW ORLE?Nsy AND'
, , AUGUSTA, GA.
For Bale by CONNER & WILSON,
November8 thstull No^s Broad street.
CH?C?S IN SUMS OF ?1 AND UPWARDS ON THE
Union Bank of London.
For sa le by CONNER & WILSON
November 8_thstull_No. G Broad street.
CHECKS ON NEW TORE, FOR SALE BY
JOHN FRASER & CO.
November 8_?_ 1
CHECKS ON NEW YORK, FOR SALE BY
TAFT & HOWLAND.
November 7 0
A FURS! FURS! A
LADitEB' BROWN FUR CAPES
LADIES' DRAB AND GREY FURS
I ADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MUFFS. .
Furs, besides being fashionable, are great protection
from cold during the blasts of winter.
No. S18 King-st,, between Wentworth and Liberty-st.
y MRS. C. MAULE,
No. 422 KING STREET,
(3 Doors Southeast of Calhoun street,)
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE. ASSORTMENT OF
IIONNETS AND' FLAT8, OF THE LATEST
STYL3SJ RIBBONS, VELVETS, FLOWERS AND
AN ASSORTMENT OF CORSETS; all of which the
public generally are respectfully invited to caU and ex?
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
N. ii.-Country orders PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
English White Flannels.
HEAVY ENGLISH WHITE FLANNELS, FIFTY
JAMES B. BETTS,
November 8 3 j NO. 263 KING-STREET.
ENGLISH DUFFIL AND COLORED BLANKETS.
Also, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BED BLAN?
KETS. For sale low by
JAMES Bi. BETTS,
November 8 1 NO. 252 KING-STREET.
ML, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM OUR FRIENDS ANDJ
the public that we have quito recovered from the [
shock of the lato fire, having received large additions in
Stock to eaoh department.
We are still running off some Goods at very low prices,
Whloh ero very desirable.
We would call special attention to some very de?
8U0H AS, *
A FULL LINE OF BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS, NEW
ANEW LOT OF FRENCH KID GLOVE8 for Gents
and Ladies; warm Gloves for Winter.
PLANTATION BLANKETS In all qualities
ENGLISH DUFFTLL BLANKETS
ENGLISH PLAINS AND KERSEYS, all Wool
SUPERIOR BED BLANKETS, in all sizes and qualities.
REAL WELCH FLANNELS.
IN EVERY QUALITY, RANGING FROM 33 TO 75 CTS.
Consumers will And it to their advantage to call and
examine tho above mentioned Goods.
Wo will guarantee to sell all Goods at BB LOW PRICES
as they can bo bought in tho city.
All of the above Goods will be sold at low prices, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 EJng street.
LOW PRICED CLOTHING, SUITABLE FOR FREED?
MEN, from U to $10 a suit, to which we int?e tho
attention of Merchants, Factors and Planters.
EDWIN BATES & 00.,
November 7 30 No. 12-1 MEETING STREET.
KERSEYS, SATINETS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
and other Low Woollens, for plantation use, for
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
November 7 30 No. 121 MEETING STREET.
m MIBMTSTORE, m
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE OPENED A RETAIL HAT
STORE, No. 29 BROAD-STREET, wiiero will be found a
full and completo Stock of Genta' SOFT FELT AND
MOLESKIN HATS. Also, all thc late stylos of FASH?
IONABLE HATS AND CAPS for Young Men and Boys,
together with Sine and Cotton Umbrellas.
Mr. W. B. MOORE, who for many years was with P. V.
DIBBLE, Esq., in the Hat Business, will bo happy to soo
his old friends at tho above Store.
OetoborJW _ luthslmo WILLIAMS tr. PO.
Lilli AA BOUNTY.-ALL SOLDIERS WHO EN
4PJ.UI/ LISTED tu 18(?1, 18G2, 186;), 18(54 and 18(15,
a d served two or three year3, or woro discharged on ac- i
count of wounds; and tho widows, children or parents of I
Biu;h soldiers who died in service,
CAN NOW OBTAIN OME HUNDRED DOLLARS AD?
DITIONAL BOUNTY AND A PENSION.
AR Widows drawing pensions arc now entitled to au in-'
creaoc ol' two dollars per month for each child.
1 have received official forms and instructions, and nan
settle theso claims without delay if claimants wiU call at
once. No fees requirod in advance,
Porsons residing at a distance can have thc neocsijary
papers sent them on application by lotter.
Address T. HURLEY,
V. fl. Liocnacd Ginini Agent,
No, 1G0 Mooting street,
Charleston, a C.
October 90 Imo
. AUCTION SALES. _
MILLIGAN, MELCHERS Si CO.,
Will Bell THIS DAY, 8th Inst; at No. 32 Vendue Bange,
rt :- -atlOo'olock, i i
MELTON AND BROADCLOTHS, BEAVER CLOTH,
Tweeds, Hush, Black and Fancy Doeskin, Union Cash-1
mereB, Ready-made Clothing; WooBen Undershirts and
Drawors, Linen arid Hickory Shirts, Hdkfsi; Spool Cot-' [
ton, Shoe Laces, Cutlery, Hosiery, &c.
AND ? i
1 lot FURNITURE-BEDSTEADS, TABLES
. Matting, Cooking and Parlor Stoves
, Watches, Jewelry, &c.
10 barrels Irish Potatoes. November s
?HLLIGAW MELCIiERS & CO.
: Will soil THIS'DAY, the 8th, at tho wharf foot of Vondue ?
' .. Range, at ll o'clock,
The sloop ELIZA LYDIA, 21 tons register, with her I
RiggiDg, Sails, icc, aU in good ord?r.
Terms cash. November 8
Furniture, Diy Goods; dc.
BY M. L. AIM AR.
THIS DAY, 8th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., at No. I?
Vendue Rango, will be sold,
A LOT OF NEW CHAIRS, OILCLOTHS, &C.
A large assortment of CLOTHING, DRY GQODS, Mil?
linery Goods, kc; one new Platform Scale; lot Spanish
Conditions cash._November 8
Auction Sales every Evening al 7 o'clock.
BY L. BU A CH & SON,
No. 506 King st.
THIS EVENING, -a fine assortment worthy the attention I
PluteB, Cups and Bowls
DisheB, Tumblers, ko.
Hats, Caps, and Clothing *?
Fresh cans of LOBSTERS, PICKLES, &c.
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
Our Auctions every evening aro a success. Call and
see us and you will be sure to buy.
Also, don't forget our sale days, WEDNESDAYS and
FRIDAYS, at 12 o'clock.
This is our business arrangement for tho winter. Spe?
cial sales when required. Outdoor sales attended to on
reasonablo terms/' L. BUNCH k SON.
November 8 3
At Private Sale-Desirable Residence in BvU street.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si lt. S. BRUNS.
Brokers ?nd Auctioneers.
At Privais Sole
That very desirable RESIDENCE in Bull streof, throe
doors from Pitt street, north side, containing four square,
two attic, and dresaing room and pantry. On the.prem
isesaroiood kitchen, carriage-hpuBe and cistern. The
roof of tho dwolling covered with slate.
This Residence is quite a desirablo one, and very con?
venient to business.
Terms accommodating. Apply as above, to
November 0 tnthsO_Ko. 26 BROAD ST.
Vacant Lots for Sale.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
At Private Sale
LOT situate in Franklin street, second door from
Broad, measuring 47 feet 6 inches by 131 feet.
The LOT adjoining the same to the north, containing
That VACANT LOT in Calhoun street, one d?or west
of Alexander street, containing 40 by 169 feet
For further particulars apply as above, to
November 6 tuthsO NO. 25 BROAD STREET.
Cotton Plantation and MM.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-3 Broad street.
At Privnte Sale- '
UPLAND COTTON AND PROVISION PLANTATION, j
2 miles from Camden, on Little Pine Troo Creek; 975
! acres: 125 cleared; balance well timbered. On the place ?
is a new Wheat and Corn Mill, on a never-failing stream,
with 10 feet head of water, overseer's house, corn house,
atahle, and accommodations for 60 negroes, This place is j
perfectly healthy all the year.
Within a half milo of the Mill, in the village of Kirk-1
wood, a Dwelling House of 7 rooms, wei) finished, with
extensive basements "for "storerooms, all necessary out-1
buildings, and 15 acres of Land, all of which will be sled |
Sea Island Cotton and Rice Plantations to Lease.
BY CLIFFORD Si MAT H E WE S,
Real Estate Agents, No. 31 1-9 Broad-street.
To Lease, for a term of years, in the Parish of St
James,' Santee, the following valuable PLANTATIONS,
for producing Sea Island Cotton and Rice:
THOMPSON PLANTATION, 6000 acres; 200 cleared;
640 inland swamp.
MILLDAM OR COFFEE'S PLANTATION, 175 acres |
cleared highland; 126 inland swamp.
FLATFIELD PLANTATION, 2000 acres; 200 cleared.
DUX SAINTS OR BONNEAU'S, 1600 ocres; 200 j
The above adjoin, and will be leased separately or to- ?
Sea Island Cotton Plantation for Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-3 Broad Street.
At private Sale_
RUSHLAND PLANTATION,, situated en the Steno I
River, John's Island, 7 miles from Charleston, and ac?
cessible at all, times by water-920 acres, 400 cleared,
first quality Cotton land. Largo crops of Cotton have
been made on this place; has a river front of one mile,
with beautiful location for building. Its proximity to
the City affords great facilities for marketing. On the
place are twelve negro houses and an engine house.
Al Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWES.
No. 311-3 Broad Street,
A THOROUGH-BRED JACK-five years old.
Apply as^above._thstu6 November 1
At Private Bale.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
No. 311-3 Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS ,
RICE PLANTATIONS f
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS WATER-POWERS, SUMMER |
RESORTS, kc, kc, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTS ,
in every part of the city. 3mo September 21
SmaR Houses in Hanover and Nassau-streets at \
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 37 Broad-street, near State-street.
2 HOUSES with good Lots, in Hanover-street
1 House in Nassau-stroet, east side, next north of |
For terms, apply aa above. Octobor 30
MEDICAl BOOKS! MEDICAL BOOKS!
THE ATTENTION OF PHYSICIANS AND STUDENTS
is called to a large and valuable collection of works
on tho kindred sciences of Medicine, Anotomy, Physiolo?
gy, Chemistry, &c, comprising many of the best standard
works on these subjects. Tho whole co?prising the
Library of a prominent Physician and Surgeon, lately de?
ceased; now being offered at Private Sale by
SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY,
Commission Agents, No. 27 Broad street,
South side, near Stato street.
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED FROM
NO, 45 HAYNE STREET
No. 155 Meeting street.
rriHETR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE IN THE
MISCELLANIOUS LINE OF BOOKS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANK BOOKS, LET
TElt, NOTE, CAP AND WRAPPING PAPERS, AND
STATIONERY in its varioua branches.
They have just republished "CARROL'S CATECHISM
OF UNITED STATES HISTORY," much enlarged and
VOL. 12 OF EQUITY and VOL. 13 OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA LAW REPORTS will bo published on the 15th of
E. J. DAWSON & CO.
November 4 _?u8 _
FOR SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROCERS, WINE
MERCHANTS AND DRUGGIBTS, and Wholesale
JJ. FUNK, Jr., Sole A rent,
No. 60 AJBEIWY-STRHUMV NEW YORK.
Aujnst 21 3mos
Can Fruits and Meats. i?
BY BRUNS Si BBB. -
Will be Bold, THIS DAY, ta front of our ?to?;1f o. 78
East Ray; ai 10 o'clock, i?-<ttv?
- cases CAN'mOH?S'. , ' i'jf?
. - cases.Can Oysters I?'> .. ..; Jj
:v ' " -.cases.Can lobsters':". *: : ;"? ' . . Y?
- enees Can Sardines '. "
- cases Can Ile Fruits
- cases Can Fresh Tomatoes .
- cases Can Oreen Corn
- cases Can Oreen Peas
- cases Can Muttofc
- cases Can Veal
- cases Can Beef
- cases Can Salmon
- cases Cumberland Sauce
- cases Condensed Milk.
Hams, Clieese and Salt.
BY BRUNS Si BEE.
THIS DyY, 8th November, will be sold before our
Store, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
5 tierces HAMS
18 boxes Cheese
16 bbls. Turk's Island Salt
. Sea Island Bagging.
BY BRUNS S? BEE.
THIS DAY, 8th November, will be sold before our
Store, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
60 PIECES DUNDEE BAGGING.
Russ? St. Domingo Bitters, Juleps, Cocktails, ?be.
BY BRUNS Si BEE.
THIS DAY, 8th November, will be sold before our '
8toie, No. 78 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
10 cases RUSS' [JT. DOMINGO BITTERS
10 cases RusV Cocktails ..' ?
6 cases Rues'Mint Juleps .' .
6 cases Russ'Arrack Punch
. fi caaes Russ'. Assorted Cordials. ' "
November 8 .1
Splendid Billiard Saloon, Bar Boom. 'Fine Furni?
ture, with Good WW. and L?ase of Premises.
I BY WILBUR di SON,
I THIS DAY, the 8th instant, at No. 5,; "wist. side. State
street, at ll o'clock, will bo so'.a.
The fine and complete BILLIARD SALOON, consisting
of two (2) nearly new, and In splendid c-rder, Sharpe's
Combined Cushioned Billiard Tables, with an elegantly
fitted up Saloon, handsomely furnished with every con?
ALSO, y "ii
The BAR-ROOM 'underneath, with Coanters, Chairs,
Cane-seat Stools, Tables, Mirrors, Cooking Range, Stove,
and Cooking Utensils, ic.
Tho above will be offered together, and If not sold in
j this mannor, then every article will be . sold separately,
1 without reserv?, as tho sale must be positive.
Conditions cash. - Novembers
"ITate, Caps, Umbrellas, Boots, Shoes, &o.
BY WILBUR Si SON..
j TO-MORROW, 9th inst., at our sales rooms, corner State
and Chalmers streats, at 10% o'clock, will be sold,
HATS, Caps, Umbrellas,. Boots and Sho?s.
. . AMO,
Fine UNDERSHIRTS, Wool Hose/ linen Cambric
Pocket Hdkfs., White Nubias, Sontags, Silk and Worsted
Scarfs, Cotton and fine Wool Hose, Worsted Hoods,
Frenoh Suspenders, S.o., &c.
Conditions cash. * November 8 ??
Barrels Flour, Irish Potatoes. Whiskey, Ac.. Aa.
BY WILBUR & SOW.
I TO-MORROW, 9th in3t., at our Soles Exx ms, corner State
and Chalmers streets, at 10J? o'clock, will be sold,
20 BARRELS FLOUR .
26 barrels Pesch Bine Potatoes, in fine order
6 barrels Wlilskey ? .
25 boxes Laundry Soap
6 baskets Heidsiek Champagne
8 barrels Eagle Ale
6 barrels Meier ? Son's English Ale
Conditions cash. _ November 8
Leal' Tobacco in Ca**si.
BY WM. al. PBL?T, Auctioneer. :
Will be told to highest bidder at Messrs. Hopkins, Mc?
Pherson & Co.'s Storehouse, No. 4 Southern Wharf.
TO-MORROW (Friday), 9th instant? at ll o'clock
3 cases LEAF TOBACCO, in goo? order, and in
Conditions cash. November 8
House and Lot, WentioorV* street.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
Will be sold at Auction, on TUESDAY, 13th November,
at the Exchange, at ll o'clock,
AR that LOT OF LAND, with a one-story BRICK
BUILDING thereon, formerly used as t he '?Synagogue,''
situated ta Wentworth street, between Meeting ana An?
son streets. Lot 71 feet front on Wentworth by 103 feet
deep, more or less.
Conditions.-One-third cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of premises, payable in one aa A two years.
Lots in Upper Wards.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
WAI be sold on THURSDAY, 16th inst., at ll o'clock, at
the north of the Exchange,
One LOT OF LAND at the southwest corner of Coming
and Line streets, measuring 85 feet front by 120 feet deep.
One LOT on northeast corner of Rose Lane and Bo?
gard street, 36 feet fl .-ont by 90 feet ta depth.
One LOT adjoining the above, measuring 31 feet front
by 92 feet ta depth.
Terms cash. Purchasers to. pay us for papers.
November 6 tutnsmwthS
Mahogany, Logwood and Fustic, 'on Account of
? whm it may Concern.
BY J? A. HNSIiOW Si CO.
On WEDNESDAY, 14th instant, w?l be sold, bs Public
Auction, at South Dry Dook Wharf, at ll o'clocTr,
10 logs MAHOGANY
- ton? Logwood
- tomi Fustic.
Damaged onboard the French bark "Mazatlan," H.
Pauvre master, which put tato this port ta distress whilst
on her intended voyage from Isle of Carmen to Havre,,
and sold for accouctt of whom lt may concern, by recom?
mendation of the Portwardens and by order of the Frenoh
Direct Importation from Cuba-360,000 choice Se?
gare, Wine. Brandy, Bum, Guava Jelly, ?Ix.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHE WES,
At Sf, ore No. 71 East Bay.
W1U be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 14th instant, at ll
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN AND FAVORITE
BRANDS OF SEGARS, Ac:
10,000 Regalia de la Reina
3,000 Regalia Chica
10,000 Media Regalia Butanloa
80,000 Media Conohas de Regalia
60,000 Media Regalia.
All of the above are branded "Young America," an$
warranted by F. Lopez Si Co., Segar Manufacturers In
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, ta casks from 15 to 62 gal?
285 gallons Jamaica Rum, ta casks from 22 to 62 gallons
100 gallons Brandy, in casks from 2fi to 32 gallons each
12 half ..pipes best Catalonia (Claret) Wine, 62 gallons
60 bags Havana Smoking Tobacco, 60 to 76 lbs. each
6 boxes White Sugar, 480 to 6001bleach
1 box assorted Spanish Chocolate
12 cases Holland Gin, ta bottles
200 dozen assorted Guava Marmalade and Jelly
6 kegs Spanish Olives.
Wm be sold in lots to suit purchasers, and artiolea to
bo removed immediately after the sale.
The abovo are imported direct from Cuba, and the at?
tention of dealers ls called to the same.
?SpThe Savannah Republican, Augusta Constitution?
alist, Atlanta Intelligencer and Columbia Phonix will in?
sert three times, every other day, and send bill to C. & M.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Moutain vs. Goodrich.
W?l be sold, undor (he direction ol' the undersigned, at
the old Custom Houso in this City, on TUESDAY,4he
20th day of November, 1866, ut ll o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND situate, lying, and boing on the
east side of Meeting street, in the City of Charleston, near
Market street, measuring and containing on Meeting
street thirty-five (35) feet more cr leas, in dopth one
hundred and sixty-seven (107) feet, and on tho back line
forty-two (42) ieet more or loss. Bounding north on
lands of-Moses, south on lands of-" and
east on lands of Charleston Gas light Company.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Ootober 30 tufhs_Masterin Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Just os. Farley.
On THURSDAY, thc 29lh inst., at ll o'clock A. M., will be
sold under tho direction of the Master, near the Old
AR that LOT OF LAND, with tho buildings thereon,
known iu a plat thereof as annexed toa title from CoL
Wm. Drayton to Wm. Wightman, recorded in tho Office
of Musno Conveyance by tho number 107, at Ibo corner of
Laurens and Washington streets, in Charleston, measur?
ing 45 feet 4 inches in front on Laurens street by 101 feet
U inchos ta depth on Washington street; having such but?
tings and boundings as set out in tho said plat.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance on a credit of one
and two years, iu a bond of two or moro sureties, with
interest payable semi-annually, secured by a mortgage of
tho premises; thc buildings to be insured and kept in?
sured until tim bond is paid, and the policy assigned to
tho Master. Purchaser to pay for papers
J. W. GRAY, Master m Equity.
November 8 .^ ttanT
Furniture, Horses. Vehicles. &c., at Auction.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 37 Broad street, soul h side, near State
Sales of FURNITURE, ftc, at private residences at?
tended to at moderate charges. TOI"_B,
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEHICLE^
FURNITURE, fte., at hall-pant 10 o'clock, at our oOaoo,