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SATURDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 10,18C0.
MMEITORATOM? T? STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?3-TLIK LIST OIT lalCTTKR? XITC.
. MAJININCl In the roBtoilioo at tho
end of orvo?i WCMtlc i? published ofll
oially in T IT El DAILY N" I? "W S
evei-y TVidny inorninR.
BBUTAI. MORDER.-Ono of tho raoBthorriblo ruur
dora that baa over disgraced tho polioo anna!? of
Oharlo^ton, waa committed lost, night about half
pout 10 o'clock in King-atreol, noar Burna Lano,
by ono United States soldier upon another. Wo
board of it at too lato nn hour to mnko strict in
quiry into tho faota of tho caso, but wo understand
that tho object of tho mordor waa robbery. It ia
said that tbe murderer doggod his victim, who
ma Bomowlmt in liquor, for tho purpose of oblr.in
kig money, wliioh bo know wa9 in his possession,
and that, not boicg ablo to get it In any other vray,
bo killed him.
THE RUEAL SOUTHEENEB.-We have received
WTT>"E onr exchange? a copy of this horticultural
journal. Tho present copy presenta a neat appoar
uooo, and ia well filled with interesting read
ing matter. Tho proprietors have apologized
to thoir friends for tho delay in isBuing tho second
number, aa their picBa bad not yet arrived from
ttio North, and the forms bad to bo carried some
sxilos in ordor to print thora. In spite of theso
disadvantages, the Southerner is a livo newspaper,
admirably adapted for ti i ? ngr ?cultural community,
as it containa much useful knowledge. The terms
aro only $3 per annum, and by application to
Messrs. Tt. M. STORKS A Co., Columbia, afi ably
written and interesting newepapor can bo obtainod.
THE GAS MULTIPLI?E.-Wo aro pleased to record
tfio brilliant snecoss obtainod by Mr. POZNANSEI
last night daring his practical experiments with
tho corburating apparatus at our office. Mr. Poz
KANRKJ'B contrivance to show tho immonso diffor
eooo between tho ordinary oity gaB and that ob
tainod with the additional carbonic agent, was as
ingenious in its dovico a?? conclusivo in tho results
obtained. Quite a number of our most intelligent
find enterprising citizons thronged our counting
room to witno3s Mr. P.'s experiments, and tho im
pression produced resulted in tho completo en
dorsement of tho real worth 'which tho patentee
daims for thia invention. In fact, the onormous
superiority of this new system (carbonizing the
city gas after its passage through the motor) mer
its the oorious attention of all gas consumera; and
?a we are now using tho multiplier in our entire
establishment, wo shall take the opportunity at an
cturly day of informing the publio minutely of the
results of our experience. So far we confess to
have been benofittod. Our print-era much prefer
the new light, and our metre shows very great re
duction in consumption of gas.
THE ANNTVEUSAB? OF THE SOUTH GABOIAHA RAN
BJO-tf CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-Thia Association
met last evening, at tiio Masonic Hall, to celebrate
their anniversary. The antecedents of tho South
Carolina Rangers, and their noble record during
the war, are too well known to be commented on.
T%e Association was formed from the members of
tho ola corps, and those who had etood shouldor to
shoulder during tha war have reorganized on
a peaoo bania IIB a charitable association.
The meeting was orgauizod, and the regular bu
siness transacted, and an oration delivered before
thom by Mr. Vuum, C. DIBBLE, the annual orator.
Mr. D. handled his subject with a master spirit,
and elicited tho applause of his attentive audionco.
Ab -,ut 0 o'clock the meeting adjournod to tho noxt
room, where a aollation had boon prepared, and,
with a number of invited guests, they Bat down to
. table woll supplied with all the dolicauiea of the
season. The clatter of knives and forks soon gavo
way to the raising of glasses filled to the brim with
inspiring stimulants, and the celebration of tho
A number of prominont guests had been invited,
and tho feoet of reason and flow of soul flowed in
an uninterrupted Btream. The regular toasts were
first given, as follows:
1. Thf? Day tee Celebrate-Long may we livo to
enjoy its return, and may each succeeding anni
versary find us nappior and mor. prosperouu, and
bo celebrated under more favorable auspicos than
2. The Memory t\f Col. Robert J. Jeffords.
fl. The Memory of Our Dsad-Somo of thom fell
on the field of honor, some died in crowded hospi
tals. Tho mounds which mark their last resting
plooos mav bo seen from the Potomac to the Sa
vannah. Nobly they diod, for noblo was the causa
in which they fell.
4. Lieutenant-Gencrai Wade Ilamptop-ln war,
the model warrior; in peace, tho model citizen.
C. Major-General If. C. Buller-Ihat wo fol
lowed when ho led, ia tbe proudest record we can
inscribo upon the pago of history.
?. Col. JP. C. Gaillard-His gratified fellow-clti
sens havo mode him the Chief Magistrate of their
city, in token of their regard for him as a 'mon,
and of thoir appreciation of bia sincere and diain
7. 1'lie Orator cf the Day- Virg? C. Dibble-llo
always did hia duty, and did it wall.
8. The Press-rho form of mankind and tho
typo o'f woman. G
9. Woman-Har ?milos norvod oar arms and
strengthened our boorte in tho dark days of war.
Those smiles now comfort na in tho dark days of
poaco. and cucourago us to share with thom,
bravely and patiently, tho burdons which our valor
failed LO arrest.
Thoso sentiments woro all roapondod to La a suit
able and oloqnent manner, tad woro followed by
volunteer toasts, oonga, Ac, until a late horn*,
when tho party soparatod, mutually oonfoasing that
a moro pleasant evening waa difOault to bo found.
The lateuoBJ of tho hour pro von ta us from giving
fnllor particulars, it being woll known that a man
oannot bo ubiquitous. At an election hold prior to
the supper, tho following officers woro olootod for
tho ensuing year :
ZIMMERMAN DAVT8. PiwMont
OKonu io .tUBP&iX, Knut Vlcu-Proaldcmt.
J. P. DBVKAUX, Jr., Booond Vico-Praddent.
- OEO. U. BMITlf, Tulrd Vfco-Preuldent.
W. W. PEliBKKf OM, Bocrocury and Troastuter.
THE TJP-TOWN SHOE STOEE.-SOLOMON'S first
wish was that his understanding might bo im
proved; and if ho required it, how much moro do
wo in this degenerate ago? Mr. B. FOBD is desir
ous of putting all mo.i ou the samo footing with
himself, and has removed his establishment, to
oornor of King and Cannon atroets, whore ho can
attend to tho wants of thoir solos with gToator
facility. His stock omhracos ovory varioty, from a
brogan to a slipper, and no ono is ollowod to loavo
diasa?sflod. Tho Neck has long wanted a good
thoo store, and Air. FOOD has supplied this
desideratum. Tho oitizens of that locality can now
bo shod without having to walk a milo, and as Mr.
Toss's stook ia tho very best, general satisfaction
will be tho result.
TUB Managers of Elections aro requested to
meot thia evening, at half-past 7 o'clock, at Maaonio
Hall. A punctual attendance is requested, as
mattera of importanco will be considered.
UmrED STATE? DIKTEICT COUET, Novombor 9.
Court mot at 11 A.M., Hon. GEO. S. HEYAN, pro
In Equity.-Tho caso of Pirtiio ct al. ca. Curtis,
Administratrix and contestant.
It was ordorod in thia eaao, on motion of DANIEL
HOBLDECK, Eaq., acting Blaster in Chancery, that
JOSHUA D. GKDDINGS bo appointed guardian ad
litein for tho iufaut defendant?, with power to
plead and answer on their behalf.
Hilliard and othora M, tho Mouut Pleasant Fer
ry Company.- Hill in Equity.
It was ordorcd, on motion of DANIEL HORLBECE,
Eaq., acting Muster in Chancery, that tho com
plainants do givo aocurity in tho sum ol' $300. with
a liberty on tho part of tho defendants to requiro
an incronso in oasu tho costs should, at any timo,
nccnmulato boyond that sum. It was also order
ed that Mesara. MOBDKCAI & Co, be ucccptcd as
In Adniira?y.-Tho United Statoa vs. 250 Bar
rels of Molaaacs, part of tho cargo of tho scboonor
It appearing that sovoral of tho witnoaaoa on the
part of tho United States roBidcd boyoud tho ju
risdiction of this Court, the Commissioner waa em
powered to receive thoir written ovidonco. It waa
ordorcd that, on approvod securities being given,
that twenty bags of coffoo, port of said cargo, bo
turned over to tho rightful owner, A. J. GONZALES.
It waa further ordered", by tho Judgo, that tho
epaco of thirty-flvo days be allowed, in order to
grant tho parties interested sufficient time to pre
pare thoir claims for pvoaecutior..
MAvon's COUET, Novembor 9.-A junk-shop
keeper, who protested that ho had been in tho
business for twolve months, and bad nover been
indicted, was charged with reoeiving stolon cotton.
The caeo waa clear, but as it waa only a email
quantity, no ono appeared to prosecute, and tho
junker was discharged.
Paul Foster, Franoia Hugos and RP m ?r.lilard
wore interested in a fowl trado. bj which Alder
man ENSTON had Buffered. It appoared that Frank
was tbo thief and Paul bia partner, Sam baring
bought from thom innocently. Sam was dis
charged, but advised to inspect the bill of lading
in future. Paul, who stuttered BO fearfully that
tho Court became disgustad, was turned over to a
Magistrate, together with bia black confrere Fran
cis. As tho fowls have all been aold, tho original
owner atonda a bad chance.
A Virginian, but not a F. F. V., applied for lodg
ings at tho Guard House. He waa accommodated,
but roquirod to give on account of himself. Thia
waa not satisfactory, bat ho waa turned IOOBO, and
advised to go to work immediately or he would
be considered a vagrant, and jugged accordingly.
A horao-pistol of ancient looks and huge dimen
sions was displayed, and a yellow individual charg
ed with having risked hi? own life and disturbed
tho peace by firing It off in the city precincts. He
owned up, and said that he enly wanted to dis
charge it. That discharge was a fatal one, al
though it waa only a blank cartridge, and told moro
than many other shots, for he had to pay $5, or suf
fer for five days. His pistol was confiscated,
but ho couldn't Bee the fire.
Susan Hudson went to the circus, and becoming
olahucd at the lious, rushed out with a drawn
knife in her hand. The police, foaling that she
would commit Susaneide, carried her to her old
quarters, tho calaboose. Susan is one of those
characters that weary justice by their importuni
ty, and ahe waa ordorod to be put out of sight for
at leaat ten days. Sho is an ubiquitous character,
for when wo saw her last, a few weeks ago, she
had boen sentenced to jail for six months by the
Provoat-MarBhal, and she has turned up again
sooner than waa either expected or desired.
A Fenian, filled with ire and bad whiskey, drank
destruction to the Kanucks BO often that he went
to sleep on the sidewalk in order to dream about
it. When ho awoke, ho found that it was not a
marble hall, and tho fine of $5 took tbo edge off tho
Another warlike character wadded himself with
the extract of rye, and went to sloop under the
shadow of the gunB. He was found on the Citadel
Groen, iuBonsible to fear, and woe somowhat
astonished when asked to pay $6 for his bravery.
Ho will hardly try to storm many batteries under
such a pressure, for the V that ho exhibited waa
his forlorn hope.
ST. MIOHAEL'S OHUBCH.-Thia venerable sanctu
ary has boen in tho bands of tho workmen for some
weeks past, and they have been busily engaged in
restoring it to ita pr?stino condition. The sheila
of the enomy, and thoir subsequent vandalism,
injured the interior of the odifice to a great extent,
but the finances were so crippled that it vaia only
recently that the Vestry oould afford to have the
long-needed ropairs effected.
Those who remember thia old church before tho
war will bo ploaaod with the transformation tlut
has boen mado. The venerable appearance of the
auditorium has not boen changed, but in the place
of the tablets that stood at tho back of the Chancel,
alargo window has boon opened. Thia window
was mado whon tho church was built, bat was
subsequently blocked up, and the placo covered
by the tablets. Whon a few repairs wore made
lost Hummer, it wau found noooaaary to remove
these tableta, and the window waB exponed. A
magnificent atainod-glasa window, which was ou
tlined from Boston, now adds both light and ven
tilation to the church, and the wholo internal
appoaranco is greatly improved by tho transforma
tion. Tho Ohanool has boon nowly fitted up both
in tho plastering and the panul?, aud by next
summer it ia contemplated to roBtoro the tablet of
Commindmonta and othora; also tho coloring of
tbo coiling and the Ohor ubi m s, and other ornaments
that have boon lost.
Tbo pulpit and general arrangomont of the powa
ia still tho samo, with tho excoption of a Mosaic
monagram-I. H.' S.-which was stolon from the
front panol of tho pulpit. Although thia ohnrch
was long a prominent mark for the enemy, yot fow
sholls Struok it, and the damago dono by thom ia
now barely porooptiblo. Tho organ was removed
during tho war to St. Paul's Church Lccturo Room,
and so oaoapod any injury; it was enbeequontly
replacod, and ia now ono of tho finest ohuroh
instruments in tho city. It waa built in 1776, by
SOHNETZLEB, of London, and has preserved its
fin?nos? of tono and oorrootnoas of aonnd through
all ita viciaaitudca.
Tho Voatry hnvo improvod tho opportunity by
having Um wholo building thoroughly renovated
tho powa have boon retouched with paint and var
nish, and tho dust of agos scattered to tho four
winds; nothing has boen cbangod, and yot tho
wholo is improvod. Fow of tho congregation or
pow ownora would wish to soo any alteration made
in tho ohuroh, and though tho pews aro antiquatod
and rather straight, a singlo chango would doatroy
thetondor associations that now cluster around
tho venerable pilo.
Mr. J KO. BAKES, who had had alargo oxporienco
in such mattera, ia tho contractor for tho repairs,
and it was owing to his management that the or
gan waa romoved in safety. Mr. E, B. WHITE, as
architect of tho church, was also engaged in the
work of renovation. Tho plastoring was dono-by
Mr. Jua Bnunwoinai, and it would take % olon
scrutiny to dotoct any fracturo in tho walla where
bia artistic -kill has been brought to play.
In addition to tho interior, tho churchy uni baa
boon cleared of dead leaves, old bushes, ko., and
tho doora of tho church transformed from thoir
dingy color to u beautifully grained and ornament
al wood. Tlio body of tho church Is to bo warmed
by goa, and tho workmen havo arranged t.-icatovea
ao AS to boat tho building thoroughly.
It will, perhaps, not bo amiss in this connection
to Btato that the chimo of bella which were bent to
thoir original foundry in England to bo remoulded
havo been shipped from Liverpool, and aro now
daily oxpectcd. Tho citizens or Chavlc-jtou will
once moro bo regaled by tho swoct Bound of thoir
old and loved bells, and tho Sabbath will havo
moro of an nir of "auctity than it has long enjoyed
when tho call lo prayer is sounded by their brazen
St. Michael's is the oldost church now -landing
in tho city. It was desiguod by Sir CmiisiopiiEn
WHEN, the architect of ?t. Paul's, London. Tho
comor-stono was laid iu 1752, and ton years wero
occupied in its eroction, public service not being
hold in it until tho 1st of February, 1702. All of
the matorial used in ita coiiBtnictiou was ?niportod
from abroad, oven tho wood, mostly cypress and
cedar, being brought from the ?.ermudas.
YOUNO MEN'S CI_UIST_AN ASSOCIATION.-This ex
cellent and useful institution of our city has boon
lost sight of for nome timo paat, having, like every
thing OIBO with us, boen blighted by tho recent
war. In former days it had ita roadiug rooms, its
lectures and roligioua oxorcis?, nnd oxei*tcd a
happy influenco in behalf of young mon. Wo pcr
coivo that, an effort is about to be made to resusoi
tato it; and with this viow a sermon is to be
preached before tho Association next Sunday night
at Mr. M-TNAi-OiE'a Church (Trinity), on Hasel
Btrcot, by Rev. C. P. GADSDEN. Immediately after
tho religiouB BQrvicos a meeting of tho Association
will bo held for tho purpose, wo presume, of reor
ganization. With tho aid of such mon as Messrs.
CHAP?N, GILCH-JST, CH-CHESTEB, and othoiH, tho
former zealous friends of the Association and of
young mon, tboro can bo no doubt of a bright fu
ture to requite their efforts.
THE LOVEBS of tho berry w'ill bo pleosod to learn
that an opportunity ia now afforded thom of ob
taining a superior article. Col. A. J. GONZALES of
fers for sale 20 bags of warranted Cuba coffoo,
which hns had the greatest caro taken in its cul
turo and storing, Such inducements for an i
vestment arc raro, and tho coffeo drinkers aro ad
viaod to call at No. 73 East Bay before it is too late.
FEEBH WEST INDIA FBUTT.-Weat India fruit is
the greatest luxury of tho season, and wo oro glad
to bo able to direct our readers to an establishment
whoro they will get it fresh and sweet, and as
cheap OB tho market will allow. If you want sweet,
fresh West India fruit, go to JOHN B. TOONI'B, No.
121 Mooting street, opposite the leo Houso, and a
few doors below Market street. Ho has just re
ceived a large Bupply or the above, as also of apples
and segare. For details soo advertisement.
MARION'S CONTECTIONEBY AXD Tot SHOP.-Fore
most among tho philanthropists of tho ago stands
the name of JOHN MARION. Ho has long been tho ac
credited agent of Santa Claus, and as such known
and patronized by thousands of eager customers.
Always prop-rod to fum?Bh tho awoot things of
this Ufe in unlimited quantity and quality, ho haa
novcr failed to givo thorough satisfaction, and few
of MJJUON'S visitors depart without a sigh and re
gret. Knowing tho near approach of tho holidays,
ho has rocontly made largo additions to his stock,
and which now embraces every article, from confec
tionery to toys. His assortment ia largo and well
selected, and all who doairo to plcaso either them
selves or tho little folks, should visit hia stand at
No. 27(3 King-street, and loavo somo of their Bmall
bills in exchango for Christmas presents or any
thing that may suit their fancy.
C_-__ujp.-Dr. GAIUDNEB, tho celebrated special
physician of Now York, for tho treatment of
Catarrh, ia now at tho Charleston Hotel, Parlor
134, first floor. His modo of treatment for tbo
cure of Catarrh ia by inhalation, and is ooncodod
to bo most successful, and wherover ho has visited
ho has been spoken of in the moot flattering tonna
by tho press, that those sufforing from any com
plaint of the lungs, etc., would do well to see him.
OC-X-BT AND AujUfiT.-Dr. GARDKZB, tho woll
known and able oculist and aurist, js now at the
Charleston Hotel, Office Parlor 134, flrat floor, where
he will bo happy to apply hin skill in tho euro of
portions suffering from defectivo bearing or sight.
Dr. GABONEB is without a peer in the specialties to
which ho baa devoted himself, and may bo relied
upon aa equal to the claims made for him by hia
frionds, that ho ranks among tho best oculists and
aurista of our day. The Doctor will romain in
Charleston until Thursday next; after that timo
will visit this city monthly.
COLGATE & Co., of New York, resort to no hum
bug or clap-trap to facilitate the aale of tho Soaps
which they have aoquirod auoh a wido reputation
for manufacturing. These soaps can bc?tbo tested
by actual nao, aa they aro claimed to bo superior
to all others in purity and honesty of preparation.
WE BEFEB to the advertisement of JOHN COII
j-XNS, whoro he offers for Bale 200 oases of boote
and shoes, mado to ordor, which ho offors at re
tail. Also long-log hunting and water-proof boots
of all descriptions, nt No..187 Mooting-stroet, up
UPON THE HEAX.TH OF THE Taara doponda the
purity of the breath. Preserve thom unblomished
by tho use of tho famous BOZODOKT, that perfectly
harmless vogotable preparation, and you will never
regret H. tn__
Tait CQABLE-TON HOUSE.-To ?adieu purohaalng
dry gooda for thoir country friends, Moaars. 8roi.i?,
WEBB & Co. will guarantee to furnish thom with a
larger varioty to soloct from than any houso in the
city; also, to soil all artieloe at aa low prices as they
can bo had any whoro. Will furnish packing casos,
any eizo, free of ohorgo; will toko Bpooial care in
packing and shipping any orders ou truRtod to them,
and will aaanro all that will call at thoir atoro of
evory accommodation and ovory attention. *
CHAIU-EST ON. Novmamni ?, MOA. j
From thin date, until further notice, the "Way" Malta
for the Northou-hirn Bailroad route will cloao at 11 A. II.
(except on Bumlaya, at 10 A M.)
Mails foe Wilmington and Manoheator R-flroad, by
NorUio_stc.ii Railroad route, Express train, at 0 P. ML,
Mailu for Augusta and Columbi-, and the conncouo-s
of tho flou th Carolin- Railroad, will oloeo at 7 A. X1.
For Oeorgetown, by "Klngstroo," 8-ndi.y at 10 A. M.,
Wednesday and Friday at 11 A. II.
Novembor 7 STANLEY Q. TROTT, A. P. M.
J^NOTIOE.-APPLICATION WILL BE MADE
at the onimlng ?-nalon of the General Aaaexnbly of this
State sar an Act of Inoorpor-tion of THE -Olim CARO
LINA T.OTTER? All?) I?OAN AHSOOIA'nON, for MlO
purpoae of olding planter* and promoting the serf cul -
?q-idbTr-.erwt-irfttu.8Ut?, %mo9 October 1
Extensive Stores, Lol and Residence on Business
Part of East Bay. '
BY CMPFOR1) de MA-PHEWES,
Real Kui m o Agents, No. 31 1-i Broad Street.
Ou TUESDAY, 20th November, at 11 o'clock, at tbo Old
CiiHtom Hourn.', will lie ?old.
All that well-known BU8INKH9 ST \ND and valuable
LOT Of LAND, willi tbo extensivo HTOREK omi WARE
UOUSES, Dwelling of elx rooms, and outbuildiUKS there
on, known as No. 73 EAST HAY, being on tbo went
side, between Trndi and KlUott Htn-ct?, mid extending
tVoni East Bay to Bcdon'? Alley, with sabaneo from each,
having a trout on Knut Hay of tttlrty-eight feet eight
lncliop, aud n depth of three hundred and twelve feet nix
Inches to Iledon'H Alley, and ? width on UM Hame of tlilr
ty-livo feet H?X iuohefl. The above location ?a one of tin
best for busiucM on East Hay. POSUCBB?OU o? the St?ren
nad Lot eon bo given Immediately.
Tenue.-One-half conh; talaDOO In thrro equal imdal
nieul.s of four, eight and twelve mouth?, witta interest,
uiul secured by bond aud mortgage of the property. Pur
ebaaer hi pay CLIFFORD k UATOEWEb lor papers.
Wholesale Liquor Store and Sample Room.
BY WM. H. PBL?T,
No. ?5? an Ute Bend) King street.
At Privite Sule
A WHOLESALE LIQUOR STOKE and SAMPLE ROOM,
on East Bay, near tho Old CuBtom House. Tbo ontiro
Block and Store Fixtures will bo sold, ou moderato and
accommodating terms to an approved purchaser. This
is a popular busiaera bon BO, having a good mu of cus
tom, -.ho Storo wiU bo leased to the purchaser of tbo
stock. _^0 November KI
HY Witt. M. PBIiOT,
No. 353 (in tbe Bend) King street.
At Privato Sale
Tho taet-saUlDg Yicht " WASSIE," launched July 4th.
18fl0. Longth 36 icet. by 8 foot i luches breadth of beam ;
well found lu Bails, Ours, Anchors, Ac.: has a Centre Keel
and draws only 4 inches light, and will curry 10 bolos
Colton. Prlco ?250, cash.
For further particulars apply as above
NO. 252 KING STREET,
November 10 6_______[ Ollce, np stairs.
At Private Sale-Desirable Residence in Bull street.
BY W. Y. 1-E1TCH At II. S. BRUNS.
Broker? anti Auctioneers.
At Privato Sale
That vory dosirablo RESIDENCE in Bull Btreot, Uiree
doora from Pitt street, north side, containing four square,
two attic, and dixsoing room and pantry. On Ule prem
isos aro good kitchen, corriago-housc and elston. The
roof of tho dwelling covered with slate.
Thia Itesidenco l8 quit? a dc&irablo one, and very con
venient to business.
Terms accommodating. Apply as abovo, to
NovombcrG _tuthnO _NO. 36 BROAD f>T.
Vacant Lots for Sale.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Si li. H. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers?
At Private Sole
LOT situate in Franklin street, second door from
Broad, measuring 41 foot 0 Inches by 131 feet.
The LOT odjolnlug the samo lo the north, containing
That VACANT LOT in Oolhonn street, ono door west
of Alexander street, containing 40 by 109 feet.
For further particulars apply as above, to
November 6 tuthsO NO. 26 BnOAD fiTBEET.
Cotton Plantation and Mill, ?
BY CUPPORD & MATHEWBSi
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-2 Broad street.
At Privnto Salo
UPLAND COTTON AND PROVISION PLANTATION,
2 miles from Camdon, on Little Pine Troo Creek ; 076
acres; 12S cleared; balance well timbered. On the place
Is a now Wheat and Corn Mill, on a novar-fulling stream,
with 10 feet hoad of water, ovenoer's house, corn house,
stable, and accommodations for 60 negroes. This place is
perfectly healthy nil the year.
?Within a half milo of tbo Mill, in tho village of Kirk
wood, a Dwelling Hcmse of 7 rooms, woll tlniflhud, with
extensive basements for storerooms, all necessary out
buildings, and IS acres of Land, all of which will be elod
November 0 tutlisC
Sea Island Cotton and Rice Plantations to Lease.
BY CLIFFORD & MATU EWE.S,
neal Estate Agent?, No. 31 !/.? Broad-street.
To Lease, for a term of years, in tho Parish of St.
James, Santeo, the following valuable PLANTATIONS,
for producing Boa Island Cotton and Rice:
THOMPSON PLANTATION, 6000acres; 200 cleared;
640 inland swamp.
MILLDAM OR COFFEE'B PLANTATION. 176 acros
cleared highland; 126 inland swamp.
FLATFD?LD PLANTATION. 2000 acres; 200 cleared.
DUX SAINTS OB BONN EAU'8, 1600 oeres; 200
Tho above adjoin, and wiU be leased separately or to
gether. lutheC November 6
At Primate Bale.
BY CULFORD 0%, MATI1EWEK,
No. 311-3 Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIB8T-CLABS WATER-POWERt?, SUMMER
RESORTS, ko., Ac, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTS
in every port af the etty. 3mo September 21
Sea Island Cotton Plantation for Sale.
BY CLIFFORD ?Si J?ATHfcWES,
Real E-tato Agents, No. 311-2 Broad Street.
At Private Sale
RUSHLAND PLANTATION, hi tua tod on tho Rtoiio
River, John's Island, 7 mues from Charleston, and ac
cessible at all times by water-920 acres, 400 cleared,
first quality Cotton land. Large crops of Cotton bave
been mode On this place; has a river front of ono milo,
with beautiful location for building. Its proximity to
the City affords great facilities for marketing. On tbo
place oro twolvo negro bouses and on engine house.
November 3 ntntlifi
Al Privais Sale.
BY CLIFFORD & it ATIIEWES.
No. 31 1-3 Broad Stree?,
A THOROUGH-BRKD JACK-Ave years old.
Apply as above. thatuO November 1
Attention CapilaHsts.-At Private Sale.
BY L. BUNCH el BON.
VALUABLE PLANTATIONS AND FARMS ADJACENT
to tho city, adapted to brick malling, cotton raising, Ac,
wood or timber cutting.
Houses and Lots and Building Lots in the upper por
tion of the city.
For particulars apply as above,
October 20 a* Na 600 KING-STREET.
BY L. BUNCH & SON, Na. 006 King Street.
At Privato Balo
Many useful articles or FURNITURE.
One Grist MIK and Bolting, capablo of grinding 40 to
60 bushula per day.
One Hand M11L
BEDSTEADS, both new and Booond-hand.
A good lot of CROCKERY.
Wo will toko pleasure in selling at AUCTION PRICF8.
Ladies and Gentlemen, givo na a can.
Novembor 0 2
Small Rouses in llanover and Nassau-streets al
BY SMITH Jil MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTO,
No, 37 Hroud-iticet. neal' State-street.
3 HOUSES with good Lota, in Hanoveratroot
1 liouso in NasAvu-stroet, east side, next north of
For terms, apply sa above. October 30
Jt HATS ?2, $2.50, $3.
iWT.TLEMEN'S SOFT BLACK HATS $3, $3.50; FLAT
Rims, Curled Rima and Dorby Crowns; Gontlomon's
Travelling, Visiting and Business Gaps; Boy's Felt Hats
.1, ?1.60, $2, tl.CO; Cloth Caps 60 cents, $1, ii.50, ?2;
Men's Bluo Cloth Caps, with Covers, $2, $2.60; Gentle
men's Fashionable Silk HaU> $0.
BTKELK'8 "HAT HALL."
Navembar 10 Btuf3 No. 310 King-alroct.
THE SUBSCR?BEOS HATE OPENED A RETAIL HAT
STORE, No. 20 BROAD-HTIUiBT, whero wiU be found a
teR and complete Stock et G cm ta' BOFT FELT AND
MOLESKIN HATS. Ateo, all the late stylos of FASH
IONABLE HATS AND CAPS for Young Mon and Boya,
together with Silk and Cotton Umbrellas.
Mr. W. B. MOORS, who far many yo&rs ?-as with P. V.
DIBBLE, Esq., in tho Hat Pwdussa, will be happy to seo
Ala old friends at the abovo Store?
OetflJvir 14 tuUmlino 'WILLIAMS k OO.
MARION F?KIB BNGIRQ COMPANY.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF THIS
City have, lo ocoordanco With tho Boutiuunt* of tho citi
zens generally, determined to proouro a STEAM FIRE
UNGTNK AND APPA&ATUS, of the most opprovod pat
tarns. They thoroforo aoUoiit the liberal aid of their foi -
low-citlzeua to enable thetn to pay for tho soma. The
Oompany rofor to their Mrvioea for the past twenty-sovon
years in theFIro Department in aid of this appeal.
A OommiUee, consisting of W. BONAN and A. HAM
ILTON, win call open UM cltizcno for thoir contrlbn
IC1NRY L (JALDER,
Hvrentber? Bseratsty Marion Pira Engine Co,
Auction Sales coery Evening at 7 o'clock.
HY I?. llli.VCH ?Si'.?so IV,
? No. 300 Ii lnji at.
THIS EVEN-NO, a uno assortment wort?:}- tlir attention
of lionnckcoiR rr>.
iilat.-H, Cups and HOWIH
DIMUOH, Tumblers, Ac*.
Hats, OapB, and Clothing
Urn. ?ni'. Pots.
Fresh cairn of L0U8TEBS, PICKLES, Ac.
And man j otlur article- too numerous to mention.
Our Auctions every evening aro a .suecei'ir. Cull anil
sec? mi anil you trill bo suro to buy.
AIHO, don't forset nur eulo duyB, 'WEDNLSD.VYS wiri
FRIDAYS, lit 12 o'clock.
Thin la our buelueen arrangement, for tho wintor. Bpo?
dal palen when required. Out-door nale i attended to nu
rcisonalilo terme. L. BUNCH ic SON.
November io i
Horses, Ululca and Wanatta at Auction.
I1Y .v. Ii. K. -LOAN.
AVUl be Ht?il on MOND.VY, tho 12th luatint. at 10 o'clock
A. M. at Ihn Old Cust'*m House.
5 Pit [ME MUI.KH
I good Draft Homo, (1 yuan* old
1 good Dnift Horne, 10 years old
1 thorough bred Bay l?aglo Mare, fl years old. 15,?.
1 Ally, well bred, .1 yrnrn old, brol; * to paddle
1 nov? Dray and li,iviu'?n
1 Two-horso, \Vu;;ou and Harness.
Terms.-Cash on delivery. mum:) November 10
lionne and IjOt, Wentworth street.
It Y JACOB COHEN A CO.
Will bo sold at Auction, on TUESDAY, 13th November,
at tho E-chance, at 11 o'clock,
AU tlint LOT OF LAND, with a onc-8iory DRICK
BUILDING thereon, formerly used ne Uio "(Synagogue,"
pltuatcd In Went worth street, between Mooting ai*! An
son streets. Lot 71 foot front on Wentworth by 103 feet
deep, moro or lei e.
-audition-.-Ono-third caah; bataneo by bond .itirl
mortgage ol' premi-i-s, payable in ono ?ud two yosts.
Lots in Upper Wards.
BY JACOB COHEN t% CO.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, lfith inat., at 11 o'clock, at
tho north of tho Exchange,
One LOT OF LIND nt the Bouthwc.t corn- r of Coming
and Uno streets, J. U Muring 36 feet front by 120 feet deep.
One LOT on uortheast corner of Rose Lane and Bo
gard street, SO feet front by 80 feet In depth.
Ono LOT adjoining the above, metnuring SI feet front
by 92 feet In depth.
Terms cash. PurchO-cra to pay ua for papors.
November G tuttiBuiwthG
UNDER DECREE IN Kt^CITY.
Sampsons <?. Baldioin vs. BonncU.
Will be Hold, under tho dlroction of tho niiderfll<pied, nt
tho Old Custom House, lu this city, on THURSDAY,
the 15th day of November, 18tiC, at 11 o'clock,
1. AU that Lar OF LAND eltuate on the north side of
Broad street, In the city of Charleston, bounding to Uie
north ou land now or lato of Lewis Trapmann ; to tho east
on land now or late of Bo nj nu in H. Rutledge; to tlio
?oath on Broad street; and to tim weston land now or
late of Lewis Trapmann, measuring and containing in
front on Brood street fifty (60) feet, by ono hundred and
forty-seven (147) feet In depth from north to south.
3. All that LOT OF LAND eltuato on tim south sido of
Short stroet, in the city of Charleston, bounding to tho
north on Short street, to the east on land now or late of
catato of Mrs. Holme; to tho routh on land of estate of
John BonncU, and to the ?vost on land now or late of
Lewis Trapmaun, measuring in front on Bhort street fifty
(GO) feet six (G) Inches, by eighty-two (82) feet in depth.
.J. AU that LOT OF LAND, wiUi tho Dwelling ROUBO
end improvement- thereon, situate in the town of Black
ville, in BarnweU District, containing 4 24-100 oercH, more
or lens, bounded on the north by South Boundary street;
on the eaet and south by lands of estate of E. LarUgue,
and on the west by tho B_r_weU Hoad.
Tenus-Ono-third coull ; balance In tlirce oqunl succes
sive annual instalments, with interest from day of bole,
payablo annually, secured by bond of tho purchasers
and mortgage or tho premises. Building to be insnred
and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for paper?.
JUST Barnwell Sentinel will picoso copy onoe.
November 10 Btuth3 Master In Equity.
UNDER. DECREE IN EQ.UITY.
Boyce vs. Executor of P. Boyce.
W1U bo sold under tho direction of tho undersigned, at
tho Old Custom House, in this city, on THURSDAY,
the 20th day of November, 1866, at 11 o'clock,
1. ALL THAT VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, with Uie
buildings thereon, In Charleston, known as "Tivoli Gar
den." altuato on tho east side of Mooting street, and
known by (he number -, measuring in front on Meeting
street eighty (60) feet, the samo on tho bock line, and in
dopth one hundred and forty-three (143) feet nine (9)
inches, be tho sold measurementa moro or ICBB; bound
ing to tho weston Meeting street, to tho north on lamia
now or late of James Murphy, to the cast on lots 2
and 3, hereinafter doscribed, and to the south on lands
now or late of John Bark. gb
_. All that LOT OF LAND, -truate on Nassau s-Foct,
meas-ring In front on Nassau street forty (40) feet, the
same on tne backt line, and in depth, on tho north line,
ono hundred and forty (140) feet two (2) Inches, and on
the south lino one hundred and thlrty-soveo (137) feet six
inches, be the sold measurement? moro or less; bounding
to tho east on Nassau street, to tho north on lot No. 3,
hereinafter described, to the west on lot number 1,
above, and to the -out-. __ lands now or lato of John
3. All that LOT OF LAND, north of the above, meas
uring in front on Nassau street forty (40) feet, the same
on tho back line, and in dopth on tho north lino ono hun
dred and forty-two (112) foot four (4) inches, and on tne
south Uno ono hundred and forty (140) teet two (2) inches,
be tho said measuremonts more or less; boundiug to the
cost on Nassau street, te the north on lands lately of John
PhiUips, and two lots of land of O. H. Higwold and R. F.
Reynolds, to the west on lot No. 1, above, and to the south
on lot last abovo described.
A plat of the abovo three lots can bo seen at the oflloo
of the undersigned.
4. AU that LOT OF LAND, with tho two and a hair
story DwoUlng House, together with a range of out-buUd
lugs, stable, ko., on the south sida of Ann street, between
Meeting and EU-aboth streets, and k_own as tho resi
dence ef the late Patrick J. Boyce, measuring in front on
Ann street lilly-one feet two inohes (61 feet 2 inches), on
tho bock Uno fifty feet four Inches (60 feet 4 Inches), and
in depth two hundred feet 1200 feet), be tho said measure
ments more or less; bounding to north on Ann streot, to
tho east on lands now or late of Mrs.-Curstcn, to the
south on lands now or late of-McDawuU, and to tho
west on landa late of Rev. P. O'Neal.
A plat of this lot can bo seen at tho office of tho under
6. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the DweUlug Houso and
outbnUdingB thereon, eituato at the northwest cornor
of Marah and Vernon streets, ma_eurlng in iront on Ver
non street tiiirty-ono (31) feet six (0) Inches, the same on
the back Uno, and in depth ono hundred and ten (HO)
feet, bo the sold moaeurements more or less. Bounding
to the south on Vornon street, to tho north on land of D.
P. Londerahlno, to tho oast on Marah street, and to tho
weet on land of - Brandt
C. All that valuable FARM, eltuato on Ashley River,
Charleston Nock, known by the No. 6 in the division of
tho Farm, commonly called Harria' Farm, amoug tho
heir, of the lato Dr. Tucker Harris, having such shape,
form, and marks ae ore delineated and set forth In a plat
thereof, mado by R. Q. Plucknoy, the 26th November,
1831, bounding to the north on that portion of tho samo
Farm of Dr. Tucker UarrlB aUotted to Mm. C. U. Mazyck,
to the cost on tbo high road, to tho south on tho
portion of the nomo Farm allotted to tho children
of Mrs. Sarah T. Simons, and to tho west partly
on tho portion allot tod to Mrs. O. II. Mazvck, and
principally on Ashley lUver, containing sixreen and
a half tlOii) acres of high land, and seventocu (17)
acres of marsh land, be the samo moro or less, si b
ject, nevertheless, to euch alteration ot the sliapo, in in,
and dimensions ol' tho sold Farm as is made by a coi-t.an
strip of land about thirty (HO) foot in width, rumdng
across tho said Farm in a northwardly and southwardly
direction, and owned and o.anpiod by tho South Carolina
Railroad Company ; and, also, to such further altoralion
of the shape, lorm, and dlmonsious as is niako by a cer
tain other (drip of land about Ufty (50) loot in width, run
ning paraUcl with and immediately adjoining that herein
boforo described, and now owned and occupied by tho
Northeastern IUilrotd Company.
Terms.-Ono-fourtb oaeli; tho payablo In four
equal, Rui-c-Bflivo annual instalments, secured by bond
or the purchusor and niortgago of Um promisee, with
interest from day of salo,payable annually, Tho buildings
to bo InBUrcd and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papors. JAMES TUPPER,
November 10 . stnthO Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN KtiUlTY.
Broimt vs. Estabroolz.
Will bo BOM, under tho direction of tho undernigncd, at
the old Custom Houso. on THURSDAY, the 20th day
of Novombar, 1806, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
1. ALL THAT'fUAOT OF LAND eltuito In 8t- Paul's
Parish, Holleton District, containing twelve hundred
(1200) acres, moro or lose; bounded uorth ?by Ciw-Caw
Swamp, south by lands of Thomas Farr and Lr. Lo. Mel
li.hanip, east by lands late of James-tanyamo, and woat
by lands of Colonel Roper.
2. ?ILL THAT LOT OF LAND in the village of 8-lin
morviUr?, hounding north on landa of Carrington k Co,,
and measuring on that line fivo nundrcd and twenty
eight feet; custon Youii'-'-s.i'oet. running from lands of
B-id Carrington down to Saw MIU Branch; Louth on Saw
Mill Brauch, And west ou lam?n ef Mi?. !.. b. (iiUiuoro,
containing in the whola about ten (10) acron.
Tormii-Ono-hnlf cash ; balance in two equal, HUCCCO
filvn, uuii.inl Inst-bnonls, eocurcd by bond ol' tho pur
cliasur end mortgage of too pivmlnon, with Interest from
day of milo, payublo annually, l'un) asor to pay for pa
pers. JAMES TUPPER, Master lu 1- quliy.
November 10 _ etudiO.
VKDEirDECREE IN ?*SU_-TY.~
Roidain vs. tioodrich. _.
Will be sold, under the direction of tho nndonugnod, at
the old Custom House In Ulla City, ou TUESDAY, tho
20th day of November, 1866, nt li o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND situate, lying, and being on tho
east tddo o? Meeting street, in Uio City of Charleston, near
Market str?mt, ra omi uri ng and .outlining pn Mooting
stroet thlrty-flvo (36) foot moro or lass, in dopth ono
hundred and sixty-seven (1C7) feet, and on tho bock Uno
forty-two (42) feet more or leen. Bounding uorth on
lands of-Hocen, south on Linda of-, and
cant on landa of Charleston Goa Li?ht Company.
Terms caah. Pur___icr to pay for rupei-s.
JAM "S TUPPER.
Ootober 90 tu?-f Harter In Equity.
I AUCTION SALES.
Furniture, Tobocco. <t'.
MY GABRIEL DcWITr.
No. OOl Klu'< ?treet.
Will be ?old, without rcBorvv. THIS DAY, 10th November,
at half-past 10 A. M.,
2 BEDSTEADH. a lot of Chair?, Water Cooler. Kawi,
Iron Hiii.-eH, Mahogany Desk, and Sundries.
Ininiedi tlely after above, :i lol of CUEWINO TOBAl IX),
Dry Oonda and Mu?icalInitrument?.
Chairs, Itnm.ir's (Utrpcting, Shoes, ??c.
?V WILBUR Hi SON.
MONDAY next, lath Instant, at our palonroomp, corner
Htate and Cft-tlntem slreels, at io;.; o'oMtvk, will bo -old.
0 m VELVET TAPESTRY CARPET, 20foot ? btelioa l<y
20 lout I! iuelli:;; ten roll* BntSSOis Carpeting; O.dt li ?Ml
Kent lilli O Chaire; Wood Heit und Parla- Chin; Fur
liais, SU i wl*, NuhijH, Bindery and a geuond uaaortiucut
Of Liney Ocods, A?.
CunililloiiM rash. November 10
Bind /n:;iurtaftoil from (Juba - i'iO.OOO ohmios St
gars. Wine, Urandy, Rum. Quana Jv!lu, &c.
BY CLIFFORD ?i RIATHEWISS,
At Xtiu-e No. VI EuHt llrxy.
Will bo sold on WEDNESDAY, Ihe 11th iiutant, At H
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOW:? AND FAYOK1TK.
BRANDS OF SKOARS, Ac.:
10,000 Regalia de la iu<lna
:t.(i0(? Itogalla chica
50.000 Media Regalia nuf.inicn
Hi),?? Madia Conches do Regalia
B?.0O0 M-dia U^plla.
All of UKI iibiivo aro branded "Youuf, Amorica," und
wurrant<<d by F. Lopez t? Co., Se^ur MiuiUiUcturei-j In
BOO (;aU;um HIlERrtY WINE, m real? from 10 to G2 ?jal
'2K gallons Jamaica Rum, ia rti-ki from 22 to G2 gallono
100 calions Brandy, in carlia from 25 to M gallons cadi
12 hair nlpea beti Catalonia (Claret) wino, cu gadoiui
CO hj?H Havana Smoldn/; Tobarlo, 60 to T511)8. each
?! boxen Wblto Hilmar, mo to Otto Ibu. caeh
( 1 bo:t assorted Spanish Chocolate
12 cai.eH Holland Oin, In boltleB
200 dozen nobortcd Gaavt Marmalade and Jelly
0 lii-RH Hj'.mi. li Olives.
WIU bo sold in Mu to mil punJianern, and articles to
bo removed immediately atter tho walo.
The above aro imported direct from Cuba, and the at.
tention of denten la called lo the tunic.
C?f-Tlio Savannah Republican, Augusta Constitution
alirt, At inn lu Intnlllgooaar and Columbia Phoenix will in
sert tlirto Bu'- i>, every other duy, aud send hUl to C. 4 M.
Mahogany, Logwood and Fustic, on Account of
idiom it may Concern.
On WEDNESDAY, 11th instant, will be sold, by Public
Auction, r?t riouth Dry Dock Wharf, at 11 o'clock,
10 lee? MAHOGANY
- tonn Logwood
- lona PuBtic.
Damaged ou board tho French bark "Mazatlan," H.
Fauvrc ma?lor, which pul Into this port in diatrcRS wUilot
on her intended voyago from Islo ol' Carmen to Havre,
and ?old tor account of whom it may oonoorn, by rocom
mcndatlon or the Portwardcr.a and by order of the French
Consul. Novamber 6
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles. <fc.. al Auction.
BY SMITH ?fe MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 37 Broad street, minti? side, near State
Sales of FTTRNITURE, kc, at private rcsidonocs at
tend od to at inodnrate charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES. VEHICLE \
FURNIT0RE, kc, at hall-pant 10 o'clock, at our oiUco.
At Auction. 0
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
BY WAROLAW S* CAREW.
Under tho direction of tho Trustees, will be sold, on
TUESDAY, 20th November, I860, at 12 M" at tho
north aide of tho Exchongo, in Charleston, S. C,
THE CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD,
with all the property and appurtenances thereunto bo
For full information soo advertisement below of Trus
tees, and for further particulars apply to
WARDLAW & CAREW,
Brokera and Auctioneers,
No. 14 Broad, corner of State st., Charleston, S. C.
BALE OF RAILROAD IN SOUTH CAROLINA
WHEREAS, BY AN INDENTURE MADE ON THE
first day of January, in tho year of our Lord eighteen
hundred and fifty-eight, between the Charleston and Sa
vannah Railroad Company, a body ooxporato under the
laws of Booth Carolina and Georgia, of the first part, and
certain Trustees therein named, of the socond port, for
the purpose of securing twq thousand bouda, in the tins?
of live hundred dollars each, payablo on the first day of
January, eighteen hundred and soventy-eight, bearing
seven por cent, interest, payable seml-aanually, which
wero about to bo and havo since been issued by sold Com
pany, the said party of the first part conveyed to the
party of the second part "all the following prosent and in
future to bo acquired property of tho party ol' the first
port, that is to say, the Railroad to be constructed by the
Charlostau and Savannan Railroad Company, Including
all the rights of way, and lands ooouplod by or belonging
to the sold party of tho first part, togother with the seve
ral superstructures and tracks thereon, and all roils and
other material? used on tho same, or procured for the
UBO and construction of the same, and all and singular the
uovend bridges, viaducts,culverts, fences, depot, grounds
and buildings thoreon, station houses of all kinds
and grounds, engines, tenders, cars, tools, materials and
machinery, and all other personal property appertaining
to, or in any manner connected with, or forming a part of
tho sold charleston and Savannah Railroad Company, and
all franchisee, rights and privileges of Uio sold party of
the first part of, in, to, or concerning the same." The
said party of the first part further covenanting "to
execute and deliver any further reasonable and noces -
sary convenience of the premises, or any part there
of, to tbo said party of the second part, their
successors or assigna, for more fully carrying in
to effect tho objects hereof, particularly for tho con
veyance of any property subsequently to the date
(of the indenture) acquired by the said party of the
first part, aud comprehended in the description con
tained In the indenture." Tho said convoyonco to the
Trustees as aforesaid being, among others, upon the
trusts following: "That is to say, in case tho said party of
tho first part shoU foil to pay tho principal, or any port
thereof, or any or the Interest on any or the said bonds,
at any timo when the samo may booomo duo and paya
ble, according to the tenor thereof, when demanded,
then after sixty days after such default, tho said party
of tho second part, their ruoceasors and assigns, at their
direction, may, or on the written requost of the holders
of at least one-half of tho bonds then unpaid, shall causo
tho said promieeB, or such parts of them, or BO much
thereof as ?hall bo ncoeasory to poy and discharge the
principal and interest of all such bonds as may be then
unpaid, to bo sold at public auction, regard being had to
the interest of the party of the first part, and the location
or situation of tho mortgaged promises so to be sold, giv- -
in;; at leant sixty days' notice of tha time, placo and
teran or?ale, and or the specific property to bu sold, by
publishing the samo in two nuwiipapors of good circula
utui in tho Stales of Sonth Carolina and Georgia, and
oxecuto to the purchasor or purchasora thereof a good
and sulHclont deed or deed? of oonveyanco in foo simple
for tho same, which slioU bo a bar against the party of
the first part, their successor* and assigns, and all per
sona claiming under them, or either of thom, or oil right,
Intercut or claim in or to tho Eoid premises so bold, of
auy part thorcof;" it being expressed in sold indenture
that na .' iujunetlon or etay of proceeding, or any pro
cess, bo applied for or obtained by tho sold parly of the first
port to prevent entry or ?alo as aloreaaid." And where
at?, a largo arrear of interest, to wit: about two hundred
thousand dollar?!, is duo and unpaid upon tho bunda
aforesaid, intended to bo secured by tho sold convey
ance, and deftult of payment of said in tercet has con
tinued moro than sixty days from demand made; and
whereas, tho holders of moro than one-half of the aald
two thousand bouds Intended to be scoured by tue said
indenture, all of which are now unpaid, have signified in
writing their request that tho Trustees under sold in
denture do causo the promises convoyed an aforesaid, or
su much thereof as may bo necessary, to bo told at pub
Bo auction to pay and discharge the unpaid bonds, pur
suant to tho terms of tho provisions of sold indenture.
iliu undersigned, by virtue and in pursuance of tbo
power and authority of tho Indenture nbovo reicrrcd to,
which hos been registered in tho proper offices of Record
in tho Mateo of Routh Carolina and Georgia, do horeb1"
givo notice that thoy will, ou tho third TueBday, to wii
on Ihe twentieth day of Novembor, now noit ousulng
in tho City of Charleston, in the State of South Carolina,
at the north of tho Lxchongo, at tue hour of twalvn
o'clock Meridian, Boll ut Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, FOR CASH, uB and singular, tho promises con
veyod, by tho indonturo linroinbeioro referred to to til?
Tundees tiiorolu named.
< The solo aforesaid to tobo place on the aald twentieth
I of November ticxt, to bo subject nevcrtheloai, to a, prior
I lion on tho premises sold, created by an Act of A-iBcuibly
| of tho ?lato or South Carolina, entitled "An Act to old in
tho conatruet'iou of ths Charleston and S.tvannah Rail
road," paasod in tho year of our Lord OJO thousand
olghthuudrcdand fifty-six, tho said lion being intend
ed to secure cattlin bouda of the said Oompauy en
dorsed by the 0 imptroBor-Genena in bul a\( of tho ?talo
of South tarei.ia, amounting in all to (ho sum of fiva
hundred ann hvo thousand dol?an?, bear ng an interest
or six per c< ntum per annum, payable aomi-amiually.
and haning au arrear or interest duo and unpaid of about
ouo hundred and forty thopsanrt douai?, tho principal
or add hondo boiu? payablo on tho first day o? March,
in tho year of our Lord eighteen hundred ana sovcutj
The salo WiU bo conducted by Messrs. winnt AW
A CAREW Brokers. No. II iSffit'SSSS
B.C.. and to there gen?cmon parues desiring to pc?
IkAAO W. HAYNE, )
EHWARD BKSBING.? Truste?
August? "**' } rt4toj