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TODAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1866.
ARREST CI?ICIJLATIOX 'IN THE STATE.
LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?se -TI i IT? T?IST OF iJicrrr.rH,iTs i-m
iv./_ I .VI IN Cr in tho _?OBtolfloe at iii?
, end Of o.-ioli wooli in publinliod otH
oiully iuTHK DAILY NRWS
evory K"i*l<lay mornififiC.
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M-X.ANCH01.V AocanENT.-Ooronor Wurrin- ycB
terday held an inquo-l over t.io body of NICHOI__I
SionAJtDH, seaman. Ho waa ouo of tho c our of tho
?hip Ida and Lilly, mid wats employed iu dis
I oharging her cargo of coppor oro. Whilo ongaged
m hoisting this, a box of it caught tho rail, and
I \ ?winging round, struck Mm no foroibly UB to cannu
_kiia to loso his balance and fall into tho hold,
ling him instantly. The Jury roturnod a vor
irtiu accordanoowith tho abovo faots. Ho loavcB
& wife and family in Bristol, England. His assots
and oQbcts havo boen turned over to tho Kov. W.
B. YATES, Soaman'B Chaplain.
CIXANING THE DRAINS.-Wo are ploasod to see
tfcmt this work, which was intorrnptod by the Bum
mer months, has boen again rcBumod. until last
spring, tho draius have had no attention paid them
for fivo years, and tho amount of Baud and dirt
Mint has accumulated in that time is astonishing.
It is the iutention of tho authorities to havo tho
Hdi_ drains thoroughly cleauBcd this winter, and
tho wolla or sinks that are conncctod with thom
?rill bo once more nblo to oupply wator without
c3_oak_-g up tho Ure ong nea with sand. 1*1 oreti
?re now busily c-nployod, and r. Jaw .,_oka' wor_
will put thone drains in OB duauly n condition ne
tiiey wore in their palmiest days.
THE Cmcus.-DAN CABTKL-O and hie fiunous
horse opera havo boon in our city for sovcrol days,
?and, as far ns wo can loam, havo boon receivoc
Tiith oven greater favor than before. DAM hat
auch magical ways of provoking a lough, and oi
.raatijag an nruusomont, that it is impossiblo te
_oop away. The wonderful porformancoB or hit
troupe have novor boon eqnallod, and tho roria]
flights, UM doublo Bummoi-saults, and othor fan
ta_tioirn_ncouvi*_a aro Buch, that challougo tho ad
?miration of tho world. That DAR is an institution
there is no denying, and his corps is ono of the
xooet mirth-provoking that has over visitod UB,
and wo pity the poor wrotch who is debarred from
-.?siting him. Tho Biblo onjoins us to laugh will:
those that laugh, and nono visit DAN who do no1
adhere to tho injunction.
COTTON STBA_IN?.-We havo boi'oro reverted t<
?_ao firoquonoy of this oikue and the neoes-ity then
ivas to deviso somo plan for putting a stop to it
_%a r&orc-ants, factors and others interested ii
?ho cotton business, aro tho heaviest sufferers, ant
-hoy are tho partios who should talco tho first atepi
Sa the reform. At prosont neither the police or tin
dotootivos aro ohio to bestow their whole attontioi
.?pon tim whorvoa and cotton warohouscB. A natu
ral consequence ia that tho river and cotton thieve
prowl around almost unmolested, and oonduc
their operations with impunity. Doprodations o
this choraotor havo boon recently carried on to i
great extent, but only a very email number of th
parties engaged have BO far boon arroatod. Larg
quantities of cotton have boen stolen from tho dil
feront wharves, but boing taken in small lots fror
each bag, is not immediately missed; in tho aggrc
gato, however, it will be found that several hue
?red pounds aro taken in this way. Tho only pla
to put a Btop to those depredations is to organiz
ao efficient corps whoso peculiar duty ii would b
to watch the wharves and shipping. Pew poop]
I know tho amount of cotton, freight, &o., that i
daily stolen from their wharves, and if instead c
Mia comparatively ineflioicnt night watchman
regular detective force waa employed, the IOBBC
would bo fever and tho expenso lighter. It ia
?object worthy of consideration, and wo common
it to the attention of mord?ante and others it
THB Cm HOSPITAL-Fow even of the resident
oi a city know of tho numberloas oharitiee that ai
k dispensed by tho authorities, and few citioa doserv
nore credit than Charleston in this respoot. In
yovorished, burnt and partly doatroyod, willi he
financ?e in a cripplod condition-yet, in tho foco i
all these dianatera, she did not negUsvt her pooi
Military authority was still in tho ascendant who
application was mado for tho City Hospital i
KaByck street to bo turned over to the origin
ewners. TI?B was granted, and tho Mayor toe
?Mharge on the let of last January. This baudin
ana formerly used UB tho House of Correction, bl
.a tho occupation of tho city waa turned into
hospital by tho United fltatoa authorities, and hi
been used as such ever Hinco. Binco ita reator
tion it has hoon thoroughly altorod and improve
bry removing several useless wallu and partition
sod cutting extra window.? in tho rooms, whi<
odds to tho light and ventilation, both importa:
requisites for a hospital.
DB. ?Eonor. S, PB-ZBR, the able and officiel
City Registrar, is tho prosont chief medical office
and Drs. F. PEYBB FOUCHBB and S. 0. BROWN n
fiio physicians iii charge. Tho main building
divided into tho citizens' ward and tho mnrii
ward; thoso aro again subdividod into malo ai
fomalo wards, wboro ovei-y attention is paid
S^ comfort, ventilation, and oloanlinoss. Each wa
ii aappliod with a mesa room and long tabl
Tthero tho moats aro served up convenient to U
The outer buildings aro dovotcd lo tho use of ti
OOiorod patiouts, and tho uamo pains is talion wi
thom as with tho whites. Thin building ia co
noctod with tho main Hospital hy a bridgo oxton
lag from tho socond Btory. Communication L
tween tho d.iib rent wards is thuB rouderod vc
easy, and tho timo spout ia running up and <lo\
a flight of it lira obviated.
In tho yard aro apartments d3Signod for insa
and imbecile patiouts. Thoso aro ao arranged tli
tho most refractory can bo attended to. Tho nui
tor of thoso unfortunates has increased vorymuc
particularly among tho frcodmon-sovoral of the
being conflnod tlioro, who aro so savago that th
fear np thoir clothes aud blankets whonovor ft
Tho other buildings aro usod na kitchons, wae
rooniF, stororooma, &c, Largo stocks of blanko
?hirts and clothing aro kopt on hand, and arran
ed in tho noafcc"t manner. Tho Hospital has a <
pac. ty of 2)0 bods, which in at prosont amply si
fid out for all tho city poor, bosidos tho marino
I_u-.li dopartmont bus ?tu own ward-master and i
BifltanU,, and is woll rogulatod. Cloanlincss io t
striking foitnro of this Hospital, and ovory oaro
takon to roador tho patiouts oomfortablo and ix
Tho B-perin tendon co of thia Hospital ia manag
liy Mr. AUTHUR F__Buer, tho popular steward, w
fe fthiy aa__tca by ?__-. J. C, Tom_w, the npoti
car)' iu cb arg o of tho Dispensary, and by Menura.
T. GRANGE SIMONS and O. W. H OHSE?, who are
medical students in thoir second course. A walk
through tho different warda will at onco impress
tho visitor with tho caro tr.kcn in tho management,
nud the contented apponranco of tho patienta ro
lled credit both upon tho superintendent and the
Tho lure provided ia of tho bcBt quality, and ia
auch aa tho condition of each patient requires.
No expenso ia aparca in this respect, tho patienta
nut being restricted in thoir diet, unless it ia or
dered by tho attending physician. When tho cir
cumstances of UM timca are taken into conuidcra
tion, it will bo BOOQ that, in Bpite of many disad
vantages, the city authorities have organized and
established tina Hospital, mid it ia now one of the
noblcat public charities in our midst, and 0:10 ol
which tax-payeru Bhould bo proud.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-lion. tito. S.
BRYAN, Presiding.-Tho Court wa.s occupied yes
terday in Loaring tho continuance of tho caso ol
DA COSTA and MADAR VS. tho BchOODCT Aid. Mr.
CAMPBELL epoko on bob alf of Uto respondonas, and
wau followod by HESRV ?uur, Esq., for the libel
lante. Tho caso will como up for dociaion at a
MAYOR'S COURT, Novomber 8-An old offondei
waa fonnd druuk on a wharf, and being unablo te
takocaroof hiniBolf was oarriod to tho jug. He
donied tina statement in loto, and said ho had only
taken ouo oyc-opcuor. The police presented ti
different account, and provod thal ho was haulotl
out of the hold of a vessel by a horse, and thal
whon ho reached tho wharf ho wished to fight the
world. As ho hod not mado much dietnrbnnco in
publio ho was only fined $2.
Jack Small (colored), who picked up a $5 bill ant]
would not return it to tho rightful owners, wai
arroatod in consequence. Whon Jack was brough I
to tho Guard HOUBO ho handed np the V promptly
and no ono appearing to proaecuto bim ho wat
diuohargod with a reprimand.
A tall, black Johu, whoso face had suffored fron
' small pox, waa charged with maltroatingand abus
1 ing bia boroo. Whon ho had finished punishing
' tho horse it was scarcely ablo to walk to tho Guare
1 House. Tho driver waa advised to read SOLOMON'I
Proverb?, and meantime fined 12 asa warning.
A smiling inebriate was brought up for punish
' ment. Aa ho was atill vory happy, it was fount
' usoleeo to waste many worda upon him, and hi
' waa requested to hunt for a V whonover he bocami
1 sober. Thia announcement caused a check to hil
r mirth, and ho waa led out with an elongated conn
1 Elia confrere, who had succumbed to the magii
infiuenco of tho bottle, waa picked up insensible 01
the sidewalk. Tho aamo sontenco waa imposed
but the unfortunate individual could not raise it
' and ho waa led out in .. weeping state.
1 Boveral U. 8. soldiers wore captnrod by the civi
authorities for violating the laws of decorum, am
1 were oarricd to the Provost Marshal for punish
A crazy negro waa handod over to the City Hoe
pital, aud the docket being ended, tho Court ad
3 VIGILANT FIRE CO?TANT_The members of tbi
. old company aro roquosted to notice the call fo
i an extra meeting in another column. The prosonc
1 of all members is particularly doaircd.
3 ATTENTION is called to tho card of Mrf JOSEFI
J FozNANSSi. Wo shall bo pleased to afford the put
. lio o vory facility of judging of tho merita of thi
Q new gas apparatus, and Bhall be quite gratified t
t see all those interested in the matter at our ofllc
f this evening.
WE woe LD diret-t the attention of our readers t
the advertisement of Messrs. L. HUNCH A Son
, They will Bell at auction a general assortment c
everything that is useful to a community, fror
crockeryware to a mulo. These gentlemen hav
boen in business for many years, and have invar
ably given satisfaction to thoir numerous friend
6 WE GALL the attention of smoker? to the advei
0 tieement of Meears LAUBJIT & ALEXANDER. The
** have boon appointed the sole agents of Meaan
NELSON <fc MOILWAWE'S celebrated smoking tobat
a coen, which oomprtBO Bomo of the finest brand
" known to connoisseurs. These tobaccoea are grow
* upon the finest tobacco Boil in Virginia, and poBsee
that peculiar and delicious flavor known of no otho
WB WOUIJ3 call attention to the card of the Hi
rion Fire Engine Company, in another columi
a This is one of the oldest companies in the city, an
~? has ronderod moat ofilciont aorvico. Their prcaei
6 engine ia not only ont of repair, but has boen wor
'" out by many years' uso, and the members thin
>r that their appeal to the citizens is not withoi
" some just grounds. We commend thom to ti
r* good graces and genorous purses of tho oommi
Q ni ty, fo ling aosurod that whatever in donated in til
n oauBC will be like "bread caat upon the waters."
ik MESSRS. BAOUL ?L LYN AH have recently oh taint
g a large addition to thoir stock, and now offer t
it tho public a well solootod and varied assortment
a Drugs and Chemicals, ?co. The popularity of th
ia storo baa beon so well known that *ow common
Or- aro necessary. Their experience and ability 1
)d pbiirmaooutiuta cannot be donhted, and one pet
s, into their well arranged establishment will tom
iii any one to enter and become a purchaser, V
nt recomniond all who wish to invest to pay Meeai
RAOUL. A LTNAH a visit, and thoy will bo easily BJ
ro NEW AND IMPORTANT MANUPAOTORT.-It givoa
j8 ploaanro to announce the permanent ostablishme
i0 in this city of an Artificial Log und Ann M an ufa
iH tory. To those in nood wo would call portion]
to attention to Dr. BLK'S advertisement.
[.d Wo aro ploaHod to know that our maimod noldie
O, can bo snppUod with artificial limbs in our hoi
Wo oro authorized to say that tho prices are
_0 orrangod that tho poorest oan woll afford a su
n- Mr. J. E. O Annum, tho Agont and BnporlnU
d- dont, oan bo ?con at all hours during tho day at t
l0_ manufactory, No. 188 King street.
ry TUB HIOIIMOND Times says : "We have enjoy
ra tho gratification of oxamining tbo V^timonials a
ontLrsamonta of Dr. GARDNER, and aro more th
00 convinced that suoh letters could not have boon c
at taiuod oxcopt by tho possession of groat skill
ca~ his profession. He fulfils promptly all ho undi
'?> takes, and will not run np a bill upon a hopoli
80 caso. Wo think that our ci tizona who aro afflicted
?y either of thoso o -gana- tho oye or oar-should ot
a" ault with him, aud thoy will find him a couria
gol it] um au and man tor of his profession.
k- Dr. GARDNER can bo oonaultod daily, on all d
te, oases of tho oyo and oar. Offico, Parlor lal, at t
'(?" Charlot Ion Hotel, whore ha will romain until 1
-a- vombor 15th; after that timo will visit Charles!
-**' monthly. ^..
is- THB HASEL BTREET Dava Bronn.-In compe
ho with aovoral frionda last night wo resorted to t
ia now store, attracted by tho brilliant illumin?t
>c- set on foot by Mr. Guiuuenmr. We oxaminod 1
gorgeous display o? Ohino30 bijouterie in tho w
;cd dow, than antorod, and thoro enjoyed tho tr
ho prognosticated in our noiico of yostordiy.
JO- Thia now drag atoro la A porfoot gem in it? w
Mr. Tuon, DiLLUioiiAM, a workman who necdeth
not bo aahamod, arranged tho interior of the store
in a most maatorly manner. But tho froBco paint
ing of tho coiling is what attracta the eye mont.
Thie ia moat oxquisitoly done, and IL Unison., the
artist, hua covered himself with glory.
Dr. C. ia a pharmaceutist of long experience,
whom WO know woll, having been inilnitoly associ
ated with him in Virginia during sever .ti yonrs of j
the war. Ho is a young gentleman in all nmpeeta j
deserving of Oucces?, and wo hopo his most nan- j
guinc expectations will bo realized.
A (iitn.vr dcHideratuin has al length boon sup
plied, and tho well-known Adgor lluilding has
begun to ussunto something of ita former bnshiess
Uko air. Messrs. MACKEY* & BlXBB desorvo the
crodit of effecting this magical change, and of
transforming tho dingy slororooiu Into a light,
airy and capacious rccoptaclo for handsome furni
ture. The corner ol' Market and King will become
now doubly popular. It waa already a potfoct I
bazaar, whero ovcry hninan want could bo mp-j
plied and nil their ills cured, and only needed the
addition of a fine furniture warehouse to make per
fection doubly perfect. Mosers. MACKEV & liAKxn
deserve tho thanks of a grateful oommuuity for
their now enterprise, and wo fool sure that thoir
visitors will bo so woll pleased that thoy will
readily lighten their pursos beforo they loavo tho
THE CHARLESTON HOUSE.-To ladies purehaaiug
dry gooda for thoir country frieuda, MeaBrs. STOLL,
Wena & Co. will guarantee to furniah thom with a
larger varioty to Boloct from than any IIOUBO in the
city; also, to soil all articles at as low pricoa OB thoy
can be had anywhoro. Will furnish packing cases,
any size, freo of charge; will tako Bpooial caro in
packing and shipping any orders entrusted to thom,
and will assure all that will call at thoir store of
every accommodation and every attention.
Auction Sales ThU Day.
WILBUR k SON will soil this day, at their salesroom?,
corner of State and Chalraora streota, at half-paat 10
o'clock, li?t?, capr, umbrellas, boole, shoes, &c. ; oleo,
flour, potatoes, whiskey, te.
WM. M. PELOT will soil this day, at the storohouso of
Messrs. HOPKINS, MCPHERSON k Co., No. i Southern
Wharf, at 11 o'clock, three cases of leaf tobaoco, lu good
Mii.v.!> DRAEK will sell this day, at his store, corner of
King and I.iborty Btreots, at 10 o'clock, boots, shoes, dry
goods, clotlilng, kc.
SMITH k MoQnxrvRiY will sell this doy, at their office,'
No. 27 Broad street, near State, at 11 o'clock, buggleo,
horscB and harness completo; also, sundry articles of fur
L. BUNOH k SON will Bell this day, at thoir store, No.
COG King street, at 12 o'clock, mules, cow?, furniture, kc.
MCKAY k CAMP mux will sell this day, at their sales
room. No. C5 Hasel street, opposlto now post?nico, at 10
o'clock, groceries, wines, alee, kc. ; also, new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ko.
A Fact "Worth Knowing.
The be9t investment for an invalid, who suffers from
debility or losa of appetite, is a hottle of PANENIN'H He
patic Bitters, as It will bo eure to give relief. For Bale by
all Druggist?. I
A HUM tus for Boil?, Pimples and Eruptions-EPPWQ'B
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight The above distressing
Impuritloa of the uyiitcm yield to the virtues of that
hoppy compound na if by magic. For sale by all drug
DOI?E ET DECORE EST PBO TATBIA MOIU.-Noble,
beautiful and fitting is it to live for one's country ; and
BtUlmore beautiful is it lo BATO the lives of other?. This
has been dono in oossa almost without number, by Dr.
T. W. ltimmw, in tho preparation of bia invaluable
VEGETABLE SANITIVB PILLS. For sale by all
Druggists. KINO A CASSTDEY, Agento.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN k CO., Agonts.
November 6 6
HOMCEOPATHIC MienKUT, NOTICE. -Dra. CIXCKLET ?:
.Se n I.K Y (of Columbus, O a.,) having permanently located
In Charleston, respectfully tender their services to the
citizens. In the practico of Homoeopathy.
Dr. O. has had the oxperlcnoo of fifteen years In tills
school of medicine.
Office at our residence, No. 11, 8. W. corner COLLEGE
and OREEN STREETS (corner of Oreen),
liimvzv M. CLECKLET, M. D... .PHEUP T. ScnxT.r, M. D.
September 6 lyr
MARION KUIK IC.VUINE COMPANY.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE OOMPANY OF THI8
City bave, in oooordonce with the sentiments of the citi
zens generally, determined to procuro a STEAM FIUE
ENGINE AND APPARATUS, of tho moat approved pat
terns. Thoy therefore aoliclit tho liberal aid of their fel
low-citizens to enable them to pay for the same. The
Company refer to their eervioee for tho past twenty-seven
y oars in too Fire Deportment In aid of this appeal.
A Committee, consisting of W. RONAN and A. HAM
ILTON, will caU upon tho citizens for their contribu
tions. HENRY L. CALDER,
November 0 Secretary Marion Fire Engine Co.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 6, 1866. )
From this date, until further notice, tho "Way" Malls
for tho Northeastern Railroad route will CIOBO at 11 A M.
(except on Sundays, at 10 A M.)
Mails tot "Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, by
Northeastern Railroad route, Express train, et 0 P. M.
Malla for Augusta and Columbia, and the conneetloni
of the South Carolina Railroad, will close at 7 A. M.
For Georgetown, by "KingBtree," Sunday at 10 A M.,
Wednesday and Friday at 11 A. M.
November 7 STAHLE? G. TROTT, A P. M.
TO WHOLESALE GBOOKBS, LIQUOR DEALERS, D10
TILLERS, DRUGGISTS, GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OIIS, EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES FOI
flavoring and.Improving Broadlea, Whiskeys, Rome
Wine?, Cider, Le, ?to. Ago and Body Preparations foi
Neutralizing and Mollifying Whickoye and Spirits, Ex
tracts of Holland and London Gins, Colorings, Gum otu
Sugar Byrupa, and Fruit Juloos. Dr. Ecuetdicanger'
Yrtaliie on Ptrmentod Liquori, %*lth 1000 Receipt* am
DBUG8, OOEMICALS, OXIDES, ORES, kc '
Fon Bots Mi.NOVA.<7ruiim?.-Silicate of Boda, Sotabl
Glass or Liquid Quartz, In Dry Cryut&l, liquid or Jell;
Form; Oaoatio Soda, Soda Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oils
Soapstone and China day.
An orders sent to me will have prompt attention, am
every Information roqnliod wUl bo cheerfully given by
303. W. FBUOHTWANGER,
No. 55 Oedar-frtrect, New Fork.
Of taber 10 wfm3mos
JUST RECEIVED FROM CHAR RRIO?IE A BRO.
Importer* and doole? of Hirds and Aulmaln,
TOGETHER WITH A LOT OF
AISO, A LOT OF HANDSOME
Bind Fairnie? ploaao eau carty, aa they will romain bx
? short time in the City. _
A >ply at BO. OO MiUWlItO STIUaEV,
WavembOT? . 8 NEXT MUJ? *IQ\i?t_
Valuable Real Estate in Archdalc-street.
BY JOHN S. RIGGS.
At Private Sale
TILVT MOST ELIGIBLE LOT, on the ?vest nido of
Arelitlale-slrcet, known OH the property oftlic (..orman
Friendly Koclcty, measuring 100 tect front by 213 foot lu
depth, moro or IORH. ?U the lot aro remaining tho wall- oi
tin- former Hall oftlio Society, MlflteteaUy strang hi re
hnll.l on, anti could easily ho -rranged for a largo ncliool
or private dwelling. Also u very neat two "tory DWIil?
LINO, 1" completo order nnd occupied. Thorn Is also n
laivociateru mid three wolla oo ilio lot. and other ?vail? of
kitchen nnd ontbouMa remaining, whlclican emily be re
?Hod. TIIIH IM u moat dciilrablo lo. ?itlon for a School or a
CU^c??BItO._0 AND EAST BAT OTBEEW.
HY I.. BUNCH ?Si SON, No. 600 King hit-cc?.
At Private Salo
Many naomi articles of FURMTUBB.
Olio Grist Mill and hol?ng, capable of grinding -IO to
5i) bushels per day.
Ouc Hand Mill.
BEDSTEADS, both new and ec-ond-bnnd.
A good lol o? CROCKERY.
We will toko ploas-ro ni -oiling at AUCTION PRICFS.
Ladlee mid Gcutlemeu, i?ivo UB a call.
KMate Salo, by order of Hie Executor.
llVAI,(lX/,l).t. \V 11 IT I-i Si BON,
Brokers, Auctioneer? nnd Heal Estate
At Prlvato Bain
That elegant MANSION, with considerable LOT at
tached, situuto at Um comer of Sooioty, Wentworth nud
East Hay streets, roeeuUy tho rcaldcnco of Charlea Hey
ward, Esq., docoasod; moaaurliig on East liny street
211 foot 11 Indica; on Wentworth atroct 102 fcot 3 Inches,
and on Society olrcot 291 foot 2 inched. The property
han been recently aurveycil and subdlvidod Into eli (6)
parte, OB con bo soon by a dOBcrlpUvo Plot upon applica
tion. Tho Mansion, which ?B BO well known OB not to need
description, has a Lot ol' 107 feet 3 inches on East Bay
street, on Society street 360 foot 9 lnchos, and 22G fool
0 luchos on the weat Uno. One Lot on 8oclety street, with
two iitory Brick Buildings attached, measures 40 foot 6
Inches ou Society street by 103 feet 2 Inches deep. AIBO,
4 Lots on Wentwo*-th street, which mensuro each from
IIB to 40 feet frort un Wentworth street bj 104 feet 8 in
chcB deep. Two oi the above Lota have Brick Bnlldlngs
upon thom. Tilla property is admirably located for
Dwellings, nnd also has o prospectivo valu? for mercan
tilo purposes, being nituntorl on the main avenue of
travel to tho principal Railroads.
For DoscripUvo Plat and other particulars apply an
abovo, at No. 68 EAST BAY STREET.
Novombor 7 _wftn8
Valuable Rice Plantations on TVaccnmaio and Pee
Dec Rivers, for Stile or Lease.
BY AI,0\'7,0 J. WHITE Si SON.
At Private 8alo or for Looso
ARUNDALE PLANTATION, on Pee Deo River, con
taining two hundred ond flfly (250) ncrcs of rioo land, at
beat pitoh of tho Odo, with a conaidorable quantity of
high land; has on it a Uno new roelden?*, and well setllcd
othGi-wlso. BQII-B In Ano condition. It wog fonnorly
ownod by Di-. Win. Allston, and lu considered ono of tho
best plantations on that river,
BELLEFIELD PLANTATION, on Wnccamaw River;
contains two hundred and forty (240) acree rico land, at
good pitch of tho tide, with a considerable quantity of
high land, ono hundred acres of high swamp land, re
cently cloarcd ojccollont cotton land. This property le In
tho liiimedlato vicinity of Georgetown, and la weU settled
in every reapect Labor Li readily obtained for tho culti
vation of cither of these places.
For plata and other particulars apply an abovo, at our
Office, No. 68 EAST BAY STREET.
._r_nc.-o.ne Brick R?sidence corner of Bull and Pitt
BY ALONZO J. WHITE Si SON.
At Privato Sale
A houdaome threo-story (8) BRICK RESIDENCE, ritu
otod at tho southeast corner of Pitt and BuU streets. The
HmiBii con la tua ten (10) square rooms, together with pan
try, bathing room, _c. On tho premises aro largo nocom
mod-tloua for scrv-nts, extensivo stable- room for car
riages and horses, nnd is ODO of tho most complote and
well arranged establishments in tho city. The I?ot moos
ure* about cighty-eeven (87) feet front by about ono hun
dred and seventy 1170) feet deep.
For further particulars, apply as above, at
November 6 mwffi No. 68 EAST BAY STREET.
Sea Island Colton Piantation.
BY CLIFFORD Si BIATUEWRS,
Real Batate Agent-, No. 31l-'A Brand -street.
At Prlvoto Sale
RICHFIELD PLANTATION, on John's Island, neai
Brick House; 626 acres, 400 de-rod. This plantation li
near Uio nea, and the landa productivo and well adapted
for Cotton, Rice and Provisions.
Novomber 1 _mwf ft_
Sea Island Cotton Plantation,
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWES,
Real Estafo ?-gents, No. 31 ^ Bro??- street.
At Prtvato Bale
BRICK HOUSE PLANTATION ON JOHN'S ISLAND,
well known for its productive-ess, as tho crop of cottoi
now being harrosted wiU show. Itoontahu 900-CTC- O
high land, 600 of which are cleared; the balanoe h cavil;
Umbered with Uvc oak and other mixed timber, admira
lily adapted for fino finishing work; a good landing io
vessels, ollera great facilltlea fornhipmont of lumber. At
tacked Is a body of marsh, v.iInabH) for manuring cotton
Plantation healthy to resida on winter and summer. Oi
It is a large and handsome BRICK DWELLING HO?81
of oluven rooms, inclusivo of basements, with outbuild
lugs, and a largo Engine Houso and Steam Engine. Tb
drainage facilities of the above place aro of the best, ren
dering it very safo for cotton planting. Lawn and otho
grounds about the Residence highly ornamented and im
proved formerly. wft_6 November 7
AT PRIVATE HALE,
SMITH & M'GrlLLIVRAY,
T?o. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH SIDE, ?BAR STATIS STREET.
FIRST CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
EXTJ-N8IVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORIE?
MILL SITES ?iND DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RES
DENCBS, In various ports of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILD!NO LOTS of all B?ZCB, prl?
and description-, in every part of the City.
September 26 wftnSuio
ILLBE ADVANCED TO DISCHARGED SOLDIER!
In Bums of Two Dollars ; and to fiuul Iii H actual!;
nu during, a largor ad vaneo wfU be made. Bounties I
Orphans will bo COLLECTED WITHOUT CHARO]
Hco Discharged Soldier* In another column of this pape
November 8 wfrn?*
STATIONERY FOR THE GE*VERAI? A?
HKMIHV OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE U?
DBRSiaNED unUl Saturday, tho 17th Instant (L
closive), to furnish tho General .Assembly of Soul
Carolina-which convene? on tho 26th. inet_with ST.
TI?NERY for tho Bes-ion.
Thc following will rrivo a gcnoral Idea of the kind oi
quantity required. Ono-fourth of tho quantity in ecp
rate package- for tho Senate, tho remainder for tho Hou
Of Representatives :
80 reama Ruled Foolscap
40 re-mu Ruled Letter
25 reams Ruled Note
10,000 Letter Envelopes
3,000 Oiilciai Envelopes
6 lbs. Sealing Wax
S gross Rod Tupo
2 doz. quarts Ink
90 gross Stool Pens
8 groes Pon Holders
Bidders will furnish -ample? of Fooleo-p, Letter ?u
Note Paper, also of Envelopes, Pena and Ponclls, to oith
WM. K. MARTIN,
Clerk of tho Sonate,
Charleston, S. O,
or JOHN T. 8LOAN,
Clerk of the HOUBO of Roprcncntatlvca,
Novombor 9 1 Colombia, 8. C.
STATE OF SOUTH O A HO I? I WA.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 1
Oo-UKnu, October 22,1806. j
TO B UILDBRS A ND CONTRA CTORS:
fT-lHE LEGISLATURE AT THB EXTRA SESSIO
JL pasaed the following resolution ;
"Retained, That the Governor do edvertlso for CB
matos of tho cost of covering the now Stato House, ai
of fitting up therein a trufficiout number of rooms for t
?so of the Gcnoral Assembly ?ndito ofllccr? upon ti
most oconouilcul plan, and lay thom boforo tho Houso
their next sossloij."
l_rtlmat?8 aro invited, therefore, ac-ordlng to s pli
and spodfioation which may bo soon in tho Exoouti
1st. To oncioao and flnlah tho east wing of tho bull
in;?, so OB to aocommodato tho Lo-delatare and Ita oi
2d. To cover tho entire building and Anlah ono of t
tringa, eo as to _cec?_mo?ato tho _.!*;;_ilnturo and Ita ol
3d. To enclocc and finish tho oast wing OB abovo, ?v
to cover tho romalnlng walla of the centro building a
In addition to rho -hove, bidders ami oontruotor- m
furai-h pliuia and spoul?o-ttonfl, at their own oxponi
and oatimatcn, and tlioy will bo coot-dorod:
1st To endoso and nnlnh tho oast wing, so as to ooco
modato the General Assombly and ita oflloorn.
3d. Tooovor tlieontiro bnlldlng and llnlsh ono of >
wlngB, so as to accommodate th? General Aesoinbly a
It? office. ..
3.1. To enolOAO aud flntsh the cast wing as above, a
to oovor tho rem-lnlng walla of tho oontre building a
Tho-o plins and cattmatea will bo laid boforo tho G>
oral ?-wombly for Ihch* conaidoratlon.
All plans, npor-fic-tloiin and oatiniatoa moat be fll
in this office by Tuesday, tho 20th Novombor next, at
O'clock M. JAUS? X? ORR, Governor
Groceries, Wines, Ale*, <&c, de.
Meit A V & ?? AMP11ELL,
Cash Auction Ilonse,
?Vo. ."iolliisel Street, Opp. Hu- New Poitofllcc,
AV111 null TIII9 DAY, c. in mcneill^ at 10 o'clock,
20 coses CANNED MEATS-beef. I'hirlion, Veal.
IO cane? Canned Pew, Beuna ana et.-er Vegetable*.
20 eases Foreign and Native Wines(i-.lill andsiiarklln;;.)
Boxes Tobacco, Teilet Seau, feo., Ac., Ac.
Condititm? cash. O tober 0
A'rir nuil Second-Hand Furniture, Carpet*, Stores,
Me ICA Y A CAMPBELL,
Cllsli A lie lion IIOMIC,
No. BO llnirl Street, Opp. tl?c Kel? PostoBlec,
Will ?eil THIS DAY, Immediately afin- the nbevi-,
Mulioi;any mid Walnut MARULE TOP BUREAUS and
TABLI?S, Maho.'ivnv Sideboards, Mahogany Redstead?,
Coltni.e licdsteads, illili- Beat Boto and Clril?. bOUBCOi,
Wardrobes, WuHhatauds, Iliniui' Tables, Curd Table i,
NEW CANE BEAT ROCKERH rnl other CHAIRS, in
Oak and Rosewood, oak office C'hcini, Teapoy Tablns,
'iowel ltacliH, Ac., kc.
Brussels and Ingrain CARPETS, Cooking und OfDce
Stove?, Pots, Ac.
Mahogany OFFICE DEKliH, Fancy Raby House, AC,
Conditions caslt. November ft
Roots, Shoes, Dni Oood.i. Clothing, <?<.'.
It V MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at IO o'clock, will bo ?old at my Rtore.
corner of King and Liberty utroctn,
37 cases BOOTS and SHOKS.
COBOS Mon'fl Calf boh-welt and Tap Solo BOOTS
COBOS Men's Calf Congress
Cases Men's Calf Balmorals and Brogan?
Cases Boys' Calf Coiiffroeo. ?% to B
Canes Youtlie' Copper-Up Bootu
Cases Women'B Goat Balmoral??, Q to 9
Caeos Ladle?' Kid and Lasting Congress.
A largo variety of Ladies', Mieeos', and Children's
SHOES m Cartoons.
DRY GOODS consist of:
Pieces EMrRESS CLOTH. PopUnet. Wamsutta Prinlii,
Colton Flannel, Brown Shirting, Red and White Flannel,
CiiBsiincres. Broadcloths, Confederate Grey Copsiaioro,
Bird's Eye Dlajior, Satinet, Kentucky Jean, Ticking, De
nims, Broadcloth in millo, he.
Dozens Hosiery, Wool and Cotton; Balmoral Skirt?,
Hoop Skirls, Counterpanes, Jumpers, Table Clotiis. Tow
els. L. O. HdUfs., Ladico" Cloth Glove?, Gout's Cloth,
Buck and Kid GloveB, kc
A long Uno of CLOTHING.
Terms cash. November 9
Sloop Boat Mary Ann, Four an/la half Tons.
BY J. A. TIIOtKOX.
THIS DAY, November 0, 1800, at wharf foot of Hasel
street, at 12 M.. I will Bell, for division,
The suporlor Sloop Bsat MARYANN. Hull in good
order, and bound oak timber Cabin and Hatches, with
Mainmast., now Jib, Standing Rigging.
All necessary papera at cxpeiiau of purchasor. Solo
positive. * November 9
Auction Sales every Eoening at 7 o'clock.
HY L. mm< ii & so.\,
No. BOO K1 B| st.
THIS EVENING, a uno oseorrnnmt worthy the attention
Plates, Cape i\nd Bowls
Dishes, Tumblers, Ac.
Hats, Caps, and Clothing
BOSEETHDin .MCI :
Fresh cans of LOBSTERS, PICKLES, kc.
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
Our Auctions every evening are a success, dall and
6co us and you will lie sura to buy.
Also, don't forget our sale days, WEDNESDAYS and
FRIDAYS, at 12 o'clock.
This 1H our business arrangement for tho winter. Spe
cial eales whon roquircd. Out-door eales attended to ou
reasonable tenus. L. BUNCH k SON.
November 9 3
Desirable City Residences.
BY JACOB COHEN de CO.
At Private Solo
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a two-etory wooden
DWELLING thereon, situated on the eouth ?ide of Spring
Btreet, known aa No. TI, measuring 72 loot front by 172
feet lu depth. The house contains four (4) square rooms,
pantry and dressing room, with double plawas and gas
fixtures complote. On tho lot la a elstern, a two-etory
wooden kitchen, lathed and plasterod, and all necessary
AU that LOT OF LAND, witta a two and a half story
wooden DWELLING thereon, situated at tho southwest
corner of Queen and Trapmann streets, measuring 46 feet
9 teches in front on Quocn street by 160 leeton Trapmann
street. Tbe house oontoina four (?) ?quorn rooms, pan
try, dressing room and throe finished garret rooms, witta
double piazzas and gas fixtures complete. On the lot la
a elstern, a two-etory lathed and plasterod wooden kitch
en and all necessary outbuildings.
For term apply as abovo, at
November 7 wfm3 No. 46 EAST BAY, np BUITS.
At Private Sale-Residence extreme west end of
BY IV. Y. LEITCH Al R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
At Private Sato
That pleasantly located and eliglblo BRICK RK9I
DENOF, No. 35 Bull street, containing four upright and
two attie Rooms, witta Pantry, Dressing-room and els
tern. On the premises aro all necessary outbuildings.
Tbe adjoining VACANT LOT, to tho west of tho above.
For dimensions, terms, Ac, apply as above, at
November 7 WftnS No. 28 BROAD STREET.
Estate Solo-Plantation in St. Andrew's Parish.
BY LOUIS I>. HiSAVHSUIlE.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, in St. Andrew's Pariah,
about five miles (Vom Charleston, on the Steno River, op
posite to John's Island. The traot contains about 97G
acres of land, about 725 of willah aro high land-the
balance morel) land. Excellent crops of Sea Island Cot.
top have boen ramio upon tho place for several years.
About 400 acres of the land are cleared and adapted te
tlio culture of Cotton and Provisions, and about 31 to
Rice. Tho place is planted this year, and has a fair crop
For particulars apply to
November J_ wftnB No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Small Houses in Hanover and Nassau-streets al
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. ?7 Broad-street, near State-street.
2 HOUSES with good Lot?, lu Ilanovor-stroet
1 Houso In N aaaau-?troit, east side, next north ol
For terms, apply as above. October 30
Draft Nor se.
BY J. BRAYTON FORD.
At Private Salo
A WELL-BROKEN DRAFTHORSE, In good condition;
Bound and gentle. Ho eau be aeon at ray Oflloo,
November 7 wf2 No. 40 BROAD STREET.
REAL ESTATE OE THE STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, H. C.
At Private Solo
The CommlKsiouors of the State Works at Greenville,
8. C, offer at Pr?vate salo
THE REAL ESTATE OF SAID WORKS.
Tho Tract of Land contains twenty setas, and is situ
ated ouo milo and a third from (ho Court Houso ai
Greenville, S. 0., having the Anderson road ou ono 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 lu oncloaod with ? blgb
and cloue batten fonoo, and within the onclo-mrc aro
THE FOLLOW1NO BUILDINGS, VIZ:
OFFICE, l8 by 40 feet; 3 finished rooms, 2 fireplaces.
M AOHINE SHOP. 60 by 200 feet, with brick baaeroon,
and Boiler Houso attached, and 00 feet Chimney a*l
MACniNE8H0P, 80 by 100 feet, with Bollor Hoiso
and Drying Houso attached, and CD feot Chimney ?id
BLACKSMITH SHOP, 60 by 100 foot, with 17 Voces.
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, with two Cali?las, AIrJ"ur
nace, Oven and Chlmnoy.
BRASS FOUNDRY, 20 by 80 fbot, with Cupola, douVlo
Furnace and Chlmnoy.
CARPENTER SHOP, 00 by 100 foot, on brick rS?tr?,
with Hughie House attached.
Small BLACKSMITH SHOP, 20 by M foot, withioablo
. PATTERN HOUSE, ono and a half ntery, /0 tay 10
STOREROOM, 23 by M feet, on brick pillar
STOREROOM, 23 by CO feot, on brick pillar
SMOKEHOUSE, l8 by 40 feet.
COHN CRIB, 12 by U foot.
SHED, 25 by 70 foot
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, 8TABJ& FODDER
WELL HOUSE, l8 by 20 foot
SmaU ENGINE HOUSE
Terms-A credit of ono and two yooria ?qnal instal
ments, with interest from date, on a/Toved perfloual
security, rcortfiane of the promises, a/ ?wigu?*! iusur
anco of the buildings. / _. ,
Thore are sevoral small Buildtu/ on tho premises
outside of the cnolosuro, which will^ told 'or*;aa'1? to
bo removed from tho premises.
For further information apply toi
I. 3. ELI-ORO,
Bcerolary to Commimrfien' st>t? Works,
October 15 inwf 7 Greenville, H. C.
BY CLIFFORD ?SiiilATHBlWES,
No. 31 1-3 BiV??! ?<re?-t.
BRA ISLAND COTTON PI/NTATIONB
UPLAND COTTON PLASATTONB
RICE PLANTATIONS /_
FARMN, FIRST-CLA88 MTKR-POWERS, SOMMER
RESORTS, ko., kc, in ttatfitelo and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDEJ?Ea AND BUILDING LOTS
In every port of UM? city/ Brno September St
Sates on Account of all (Jon erned.
BY WILKUR Si SON.
THIS DAY, ?Hi inst., nt our Sales Rooms, corner State
ami Chuintera RtrcctH, nt half-iinM 10 o'clool?, will bo
no1-, on account of all COUCCTned, without auy muiiucr
1 complete SODA WATER GENERATOR, O0?t UM, with
Pipes ami Apparatur* ull i .irnileto
Vi coses Patcul Coffee Knasters.
Cii?i.-H LUII?U'H Kstr.'u-tt?. l-'uriiin. ("oloj'iio. Pomatum-.
Toil, i Kiwdcr, II iir and Tooth Brushes
Fancy Soap*?, OlaeH Jars ,*,.-.
CoudlUoiia cosh. November *.i
//?."'s, < .?./>.*.-. timbr.lt 11,-.. Hoot* Shoes, Ac.
BY WILBUR t& SOK.
Tills DAY, 9th distant, ni ?nu- rales room?, owner State
anil CluUnteru s*.?? < u, v.l t->-. u'cloi k, will be uold,
IIA'I'S, l-p?. L'li.ln-. lia*. Bootu mid Shoes.
Fino UNDER???.IRTS**, Wool lloro. Uncu Cunbric
l'oil.i I Hil i... White N-bliiu, Soitt-gS, Billi mid Worsted
Sr-iirlir, Cotton and tin.* Wool 'lone, Worsted Hoods.
Frolic- Kti-j imlcr?. .?.*.. .Vc.
i*.ni.?;ll.)i o cash. November a
BarrHs Flour. Matt Potatoes, Whiskey, de, tie.
BY Wlbltnt ?iii SON.
THIS DAY, otu ins'-ii.t. at our F:ili*s Room*?. oorncrSlatc
and chalmer- un ctr, at io?. oVtock, will bo sold,
90 UAIUtKLH 1 LOUR '
30 bim-ls I'.'iirh Ding I'u-itcci?, In Ann order
f. barrel? Uiiioltey
'-r> bo-sen Laundry Soap
f> boeltOtH Ilclilnii-I; Champagne
:i baiT.'ln Eagle Air*
& bambi Meier .?. Son's English Alo
t'oiulli loiin C.IMII. November 9
Furniture Hontes, Buggies, Carriage?, Ac, ?-ii
BY SMITH ? MetaI.LIVRAY, Auctioneers,
.\?.-?7 Briiad Street. Near State.
THIS DAY, at II o'clock, bcfoi? their ofBeo,
naudsuii. Dl'tiGlEr?, with HOUSES ami HARNESS
_oniat;c-i. Ilornca, 1'onios, kc
Suudrj arUcloi of rUKNl-URE, handaomo SIDE
BOARDS, _c. _f.
Furniture, uonoa, Mulos and vehicle?, roceivo- up to
hour ol' ?ali?. November 9
Leaf Tobacco in Cases.
BY Will. Ha PE-OT, Auctioneer.
Will ho mid to highest bidder at Messrs. Hopliins, Mc
PherHon k Co.'s Kiorchouso, No. 4 Southern Wharf,
THIS DAY (Trida-) ). ?Jtli laslaut, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
3 eme? LEAF TOB,YCCO, In good order, oud in
Conditions cnivb. Novombcr 0
?fides, Cowf, and Furniture al Auclion.
lu 1?. HIM ii ?Se SON,
No. 500 li In-; street.
Will ho sold. THIS DAY, ?th inet, ot 12 o'clock.
9 primo MULES
1 Work Horse
Sundry article- of Crockerywaro, Bedsteads, ko.
House and IA>1, WetUicorth street.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
WU1 bo Hold at Auction, on TUESDAY, 13th November,
at t)?i- Exchange, at 11 o'clO-k,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a ono-story BRICE
BUILDING thereon, formerly imcd na tho "Synagoffoo,"
situated lu Wentworth iitrcot, between Meeting and As
son streets. Lot 71 feet front ou Wentworth by 103 feet
deep, more or lass.
Conditions.-Oiir*-thlrd cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of premise., payable In ono and two years.
Mahogany^ Logwood and Fuslic, on Account oj
whom it mau Concern.
BY J. A, KM SLOW Si CO.
On WEDNESDAY, Util imitant, will bo sold, by Public
Auction, at South Dry Dock Wharf, at li o'clock,
10 log? ?MAHOGANY
- tons Logwood
- tons Fustic.
Damaged on board the French bark "Me_aUan," H.
FauvTC master, which put into this port in distress whlAt
on box intended voyage from Isle of Carmen to Havre,
and sold for account of whom it may concern, by recom
mendation ol' the Port wardens and by order of the French
Consul. November 6
Direct Importation from Cuba-250,000 choice Se
cara, Wine, Brandy, Ruin. Ouana Je?u. ?te.
BY -'LIFFOItli ?St MATHEW?--,
At Store No. 71 ICimt Bay.
Will be sold cm WEDNESDAY, tho l.th instant, at li
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN ?IND FAVORITE
BRANDS OF SEGAJftS, Ao.:
10,000 RogaU- do la Moina
3,000 Regalia Chica
10,000 Media Regalia Butanioa
80,000 Media Conchas de Regalia
50,000 Media Regalia.
AJlof tho abovo aro branded "Young Am?rica," and
warranted by F. Lopez b Co., Segar Manuf-cturex? in
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, in casks from 15 to 6*. gal
285 gallons J ?janalea Rum, in casks from M to 62 gaUon
100 gallons Brandy, in casks from 26 to 32 gallons each
12 half pipes best Catalonia (Claret) Wine, 62 gallon?
60 bags Havana Smoking Tobaooo, 60 to 76 lbs. each
C boxes White Sugar, 480 to 600 lbs. oach
1 box assorted Spanish Chocolate
12 casca Holland Gin, In bettles
200 dozon assorted Guava Marmalade and Jelly
6 kees Spanish Olive?.
Will bo sold in lota to suit purchasers, and articles to
bo removed immediately after the sato.
The abovo aro imported direct /Tom Cuba, and the at
tention of dealers is coiled to tho samo.
4S*r*Tho Savannah RcpubUoan, Augusta Oo_s_tu_on
alint, Atlanta Intelligencer and Columbia Pheonix will In
nert three tim OK, every other day, and Bond bill to C. & If,
Estate Soie of Valuable Sea Island Plantations sit
uated on Edisto Island-Rice Lands opposite Wil
ton, Si. PauTB.PariBh-Cotton Lands on ?bogoo
doo Creek, St. Paul's Parish, in the State of South
Carolina, belonging to Que late Ephraim At. Bay
BY H. H. DcLROTV.
Will bo sold, at Tubbo Auction, In the City of CilarloeEon,
S. C, on WEDNESDAY, tho 6th of December, I860, at
11 o'clock, at tho old Custom Houso, cornor of Broad
and East Bay strecto,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PLANTATIONS:
EDISTO IHLAND. ACURS.
Seaside Plantation...900, more or leas
Residuo ol Hickory Hill.100, more or lew
Wilson's.132. moro orlii?
Palmetto.183, more orto__
Shorgoold.168, more or toes
shell House...100, moreorla-M
Red House.160, moro or less
?^kuibrook'?.164, moro or lees
Tho above adolu, aud may be purchaB
od os oui Plantation, containing in
Babbitt Print.674, mor.orle_?
Larocho'a. 200, more or lose
Ltt-o Edito Placo. 800, aaoroorle-a
ToM number of Acres ou Edisto
Island.2100, more or lees
St. P?I1'H Poliah Cotton Plantation on
'Aiogoodoo.600, moro or lees
St .t-rtholoniew'a Parish Rioo Planta
tion, opposite Wilton (li. L.).200, moro or loss
Total amount of Land.3100, moro Or lose
Terms-Ono-third ooah; bataneo in ono and two years,
i -cured by bond aud mortgage of tho promises.
THOS. H. W-LLINQHAM,
| Trasteo of E. M. Baynard, deceased
N. B.-Any information In relation to tho abovo marr
be obtained from WILLIAM WHALEY, Esq., ?Solicitor
No. 48 Broad sired. Charleston, 8. C, or H. H. DELFON*
No. 22 Broad street_wf_October 'ii '
A Chance for Capit .lists-Largo Vacant Lot in
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si R. S. BRUNS.
Will bo sold, at Auction, in front of tho old CuHton__on?-i_.
at 11 o'clock on WEDN EKDAY, December 6,
That spacious and eligibly situated LOT, containlzui lot
fool front ou Mectiiig-Btrcot by 300 foot deep.
This property io sufficiently largo for the building OI
fourntor. HO i tho w.iit, with an onlraiu-onud acapocltv
for tho erection of additional buildings in the roar thus
offering a splendid opportunity for an investment.' Th0
lo.alily of Oils property lu the prim ina! business _tv>ot
and Ita contiguity to tho fashionable hotels of this city
with the city railway running In front, and ita large
space, entitle? it to the consideration of capitalista.
Terms accommodating. For further particular?, ao
ply a? abovo, at No. 25 BHOAD-STB__sr.
Tilla proporty can bo treated for at private sale.
Novombcr 8 \ -,?
UNDER DECREE IN EQTJITar.
Symons vs. Bernard.
On THURSDAY, tho at li November next, at 11 o'clock.
A. M., will bu sold, near tho Exchange. ^*
?_??_ H?IAT VALUABLE PARCEL OR LOT OF LAN?
within tho prcKont limito of tho City ofChurlcston and
known na MuLoau's Farm, containing four uercs moro ot
less, bouniling to tho north on hind of John Gordon for.
morly or Philip Patrick), to tho cast mid south on landor
tho Eotalo of Nathaulol Ruusoll, and west on Klng-stroot
Turma.-Ono half cash; the balanco in o_0 ftr,il tan
years, ivi?i iutcroat, iw.:ured by tho bond a_dmor.?uro
October 16 ****?*.<****- ut?rin Eq&
No. ?7 Broaa atreelL*,tttI_ . ?V, ? BtaaU
_ street. * . ,"..?
-aloa of FURNITORE, be., at Ofivate n-i??- ^
tondod to at modoiato du_rgcs. , vnrwt *^a?aiioo?a *U
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