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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TOE STATE.;
LARGEST fflCULATlON DI TRE OTK. I
?.THE ?BTE OH1 LETTERS RE
MAINING in tlio PoBtoSlc? at the
end of each -\voelc is ?>vil>lis'b.e<l oi?l
oially in THE DAILY N HS W S
every Friday jxxorniiip;.
TAXIS FOB 186G.-Owner? of rool catato aro re
minded that payment of City Taxes are to bo mode
this month nt the Treasury.
A NICE PBJZE.-We leam, through n correspon
dent, that, at the recent fair hold at St. Louie fo?
the benefit of the distressod at tho South, a large
number of prizea were distributed, and that o . the
ton tickets remaining on hand after tho drawing,
oue was presonted to South Carolina, and that this
one drew a five thousand dollars set of diamonds.
THB Savannah Dally Ncics and Herald contains
a long end interesting nrtiole upon tho Publie
Schools in that city. These schools "wore organiz
ed on the 1st October last, and consist of two
grammar, two intermediato, and ono primary
echool. Tliey oro all under tho control of a Board
of Education, which directs and superintends the
proceedings. The schools aro all well ulled, but
the accommodations aro not sufficient for tho num
ber who apply, and who need instruction. Savan
nah has giwi us tho initiative, and we would act
wisely in reorganizing our own system, which, be
fore the war, had no superior in the country.
THE DETABTOIIE OP DAN.-The Citadel Green
presents onco more its barren apponrauco. Tho
hippodrome, with its huge tenta, BawdxiBt, and
other concomitants, ia gono, and with it a pile of
small chango that was collected from tho throng
ing visitors, nightly. DAN'B Circus WSB certainly a
success, and ho doBervoB the thanks of an appre
ciative community for showing thom tho wonders of
the outer world. That it is far better to laugh than
bo sighing, there is no doubt; a hearty laugh novor
Mils, and tho provokcr of mirth should be hailod
oa a philanthropist. Such a one is DAN, and his
departure will leave an aching void in many breasts
when they recall the popular jpkes, double action
somersaults, and othei wonders of the institution.
"We commend him to the good graces of our sister
A TUG BOAT ron THIB FOOT.-On Saturday the
propeller tug boat Christiana arrived hore from
New York, having left that port on Wednesday
The Christiana has been purchased by Mesera.
JOHN MAHONEY, Jr., J. W. SLY and A. LAWBENOE.
Their purpose ?B to employ her asa tow-boat in
thia harbor and ita vicinity, for which work she
has unsurpassed advantages, having an engine of
great power, and on outfit which giveB her gxeat
facilities in performing her duty.
The Christiana was built in 1864, at Wilmington,
Del., and is consequently equal to a new boat.
The Government expended a large aum of mo noy
on her, and her machinery ia first-class. Her
complement of hawsers and general appliances ore
moat abundant. She is copper-fastened, and her
metallic sheathing is of the heaviest description,
Her timber-heads are massive, and in all respects
the Christiana is a firat-claqa tow-boat. Mr. J. W.
SLY will command her (Mr. J. EOAN having kindly
volunteered to navigate her to this port). Mr. A,
KA WHENCE will be the Engineer, and Mr. JOHN
MAHONEY be the general business agent on ehoro.
Office on Atlantic Wharf.
DIBTBICT COUBT, November 10.- The Court mel
yeBterd&y at 10 o'clock A.M., Hon. GEO. W. LOGAN
presiding.-Au application for a writ of habeas cor
pus waa modo by W. G. BOOKMAN alias W. G. S.
BOOKMAN alias W. M. SMITH, praying that he be
released from the custody of the Detective Offi
cers. The prisoner being brought into Court, on
hearing the return in this case and the argument
of counsel for the petitioner, it was ordered that
tho prisoner be discharged from imprisonment
upon entering into recognizance with surety in the
(eum of $2000, to b3 approved of by the clerk, and
until his doing so, or upon his failuro to do so, that
he be committed to prison to await his trial.
This case is ono of somo interest to the commu
nity, as the crime of cotton Bteahng and the illicit
traffio in the same, is constantly increasing. The
depositiona and the prisoner's own statement, read
under the return to the rulo, show that the pri
soner certainly bought and sold under several
filiases. Tho proof was not conclusive, however,
to show his guilt as a principal.
Under tho act, of 1865, the stealing of a bale oi
cotton ia felony, without tho benefit of clergy
i.e., death. This is a severo feature of tho Code
but every day'tt experience shows the need of aucl
a penalty to check the increase of the offence, IIB ii
IB one so easily committed. In this case it is pro
bable that the cotton was obtained by a peddling
or stealing croit, oithor from aomo wharf or fron
some plantation whero it was lying ready for ship
nient. Tho amount of bail required is BO largo tha
tho prisonor will be hardly able to arrange it, ant
ho will have the time intervening between thia an<
hie trial for salutary reflection.
AYOB'S COOBT, Saturday, November 10.-San
t'uklns, a colored youth, whoso countenance hat
"crod from somo ne oi dent, was charged with get
ting drunk and smiting Ina Bister. Sam winked a
the Court, and said it was just so; but sho ought no
to have hollored. As tho disturbanco had attract
ed tho attention of the police, Sam was looked u]
for five days.
Ono of the denizens of Elliott stroet waa picket
np in that locality dead drunk. When she recov
ered sho toro np hor clothes in suoh a manner tha
sho was not presentable. Sho waa remanded unti
A strange sailor lost his soundings and drift?
about until ho hailod tho market, and tfiinking i
was a big boat he turned into a a tall. He waa BOO:
roBurrectod, and obliged to pay $5 for his ignoi
A visitor from Richmond, hoaring of tho boapi
?|tality of this city, mado a praotical trial of it b
ompling the whi?key and slooplng on tho ride
ilk. Ho awoke to grief, for ho was asked to han
or a groenbaok as pay for his accommodation!
0 atmosphere of a coll presenta grqpt attrac
uns to somo people. A young man who was jut
discharged immediately got drunk, and waa r<
turned to bia quarters. Too much familiarit
cods contempt, and tho Court, on his swoarin
loavo the city, turned him loone ta reform
Tin Washington Steam Fire Engine waa take
it, without Authority from tho President, for
?al of her oMD, Tho engineer and others J
charge went in for a froUo, nn_ oommeno?? throw
ing water over tho crowd indiscriminately. A
number of citizens ana several ladies wero deluged
by tho etrcam, and, this style of waterfall not be
ing in vogue, thoy wore immensely disgusted.
Tho case waa referred to the Boord of Firo Mos
tert-) for trial.
A -mall, dirty, raggod and ?tupid negro was
found lost. It took aomo timo and a number of
question? to loam that he bad como from Savan
nah, hat why ho could not toll. As thin city has
enough to attend to, tho travelling African was
ordered to he returnod to his old homo.
COBONBB'S INQUEST.-Tho murdor on Friday
evening, which waa montioned in yesterday's issue,
was committed by Tnos. HABBINOTON, a private in
the Cth United States Infantry, upon .TAS. ELLIOTT,
a follow-BOldier. The difficulty occurred in a har
room on King-street, near Burns' Laue. Tho par
tios had quarrelled previously, and meeting in the
saloon several words passed between thom, when
H.\nni?oTON struck ELLIOTT; tho blow was return
ed, and H.MIHINQTON then Btahhed the deceased in
the nock, severing tho jugular vein. The occur
rence was immediately reportod to the Citadel., but
before assistance arrived tho unfortun*Bto man was
doad. HAWIIN?TON made his escape to the Cita
del, but hearing that thoy wero looking for bim
ho jumped from the second-story window, break
ing his leg. On being taken he confessed that tbo
murdor was committed by him.
Tho inquest was held by Coroner WHITIN- at
tho Citadel, where tho prisoner had been confined,
and tbo following ovidonoo elicited : PATBIOK MC
DONOUGH, Sergeant Company C, 6th United States
Infantry, deposod that the knife hofore the Jury
is the same one that he bad given to BABBINGTON
on tho morning before It belonged to him. On
last night ho was told by Mont* that HAUUINQTON
had hid a knife under hie bed. Ho searched for it,
and found it, bloody ; gave it to MOHN.
WM. MOHN, private, deposed ? that last night
I-ABBTNOTON bad a quarrel with a man named DIL
LON, in C AMP-EN'S barroom, in which he was push
ed into tho Btreot. He then saw deceased lying on
the pavoment, with hiB throat cut ; reported it to
Citadel; afterwards saw HAIUUNOTON washing his
hands, the water being bloody, and saw him hide
tho knifo produced under his bed. BABBINGTON
asked bim not to mention what had happoncd.
JNO. FBENOH, private, deposed that about half
past eight last night he was coming into the room
of the Citadel, and saw BABBINGTON attempt to
jump from the window. II. bogged him not to
report it, but he did BO, and went out with tho
Sorgeant of the Guard, and Baw H. lying on the
WILLIAM GBIFFIN, private, deposed : That he waa
in Mi-, CAMPSEN- barroom, in King-street, with
-Jos. ELLIOTT, about 6 o'clock; they took a drink to
gether, and left there and walked up to tho Ste
phen's House, where they mot ELA-JUNOT.-. Some
words passed between BABBINGTON and deceased.
Thoy then returned to CAHPSEN'S, and the quarrel
was renewed. BABBINGTON hod a largo knifo in his
bandana ELLIOTT tried'to got it from him. Be
ceased and himself then left CAMPSEN'S, and about
four doors north met HARBINOTON. The quarre]
was resumed, and BABBINGTON struck deceased;
the blow was returned, and BABBINGTON stabbed
deceased, who walked a few steps and fell, dying in
a few minutes.
The jury returned tho following verdict : "That
, JOB. ELLIOTT came to his death by a wound in the
neck from a knife in the hands of Tnos. II AUBIN?)
TON, in King-street, on the night of the 9th of No
ATLANTIC WHABV__.-We havo before called
public attention to the improved condition of this
property; but it is only recently that the repairs
and additions have been completed. The area
comprised by these four wharveB now presents an
appearance of activity and business enterprise thai
is quito cheering. The capacious sheds and ware
houses aro filled with the fleecy Btaplo, grain, and
other articles of trade; whilo the piers are Beldon]
scon without a fringe of masts or smoke stacks.
and the hurrying to and firo of eager draymen,
and the consequent noise and bustle, aro abnoel
The new building on the north range is now oc
' cupied by Mesare. MABSRAXL, BEACH & Co., anc
1 Messrs. E. H. HODGES- &. Co. This building is di'
' vided into neat airy offices, with separate division!
for sample room, private office, '&c. The oui?.
1 drawback ?B the absence of a piazza, which o ni}
' extends along a portion of this range, giving tin
two wings rather a boro appearance.
South Bange was entirely rebuilt, and in a mort
' modern style; workmen aro still employed in ar
' ranging the offices for their new tenants, or foi
1 those factors whoso local attachments still bine
them to this spot. This range is well ventilated
the rooms largo, light and airy, and tho stairways
broad, with easy slopes.
Tho wharf office has been removed to the cen
' tre of the range, and been furnished with ever?,
convenionco for either the large corps of wharfing
ers and assistants, or for thoso who have to trans
act business with them. The change from thj
' musty, dingy room thoy formerly occupied to thoii
' present comfortable quarters must bo agroeable t<
them. This range will be moatly occupiod by fac
' tors who first opened their books and started bu
" sinesa here. Very little chango has been made
? and a planter who hod not vi?ited tho city fo:
J years would find no difficulty in retracing the wa;
*? to bia factor's office. The corner below, near tin
dock, is occupied by Messrs. W. C. DUKES & Co
? Immediately above them is the spaciouB offico o:
1 Messrs. GEO. A. HOPLEV ?fe Co., arranged in t
handsomo and thorough manner; it is one of th>
t largest on tho wharf, and no pains was spared t<
1 make it complote. The other offices aro occupiei
' BuccoBBivoly by MOBBTB. Mown* tt, Co.; PBXHQL:
St MCCOHMI-K; POBCHEB Se, IIENBY, and others. Fo?
of those ore as yet tenanted, as tho preparation
i for their rocoption by tho parties are not .quit
Tho largo space bolow this range will bo coverty
t by a platform and shod, similar to that on th
t north wharf. At preaont the accommodation?
- aro sufficient for the crop; but if OharloBton eve
- regains her supremacy in this line, evory ware
house and shod will bo crowded to their ntmos
Every effort has boen made by tho onterprlsinj
t lessees of this property, Messrs. WILLM &. CHU
ii OLM, to restore the wharves to their former condi
tion, but they havo surpassed themselves, for tho
_ aro far botter odaptod to tho publio eonvenionc
t than thoy wero before the war. A walk on thoa
a wharves during tho businoos hourn of the day will c
- once dispel all idea? of sloth, old fogyiem, and sim
lar cries that aro being dinnod in our oars by som
i- people. Everything displays Jifo and activity; th
y cotton baloH seem themsolves to havo tho powc
i- of locomotion, as they aro moved from placo t
d place with rapidity.
i. Atlantio Wharves are but a eamplo of tho othon
!- and though from their central location thoy ma
it command moro bnsinoss, yot on all the samo rusl
> ing energy is displayed-they aro no placo f<
y idlore. If a Btrangor should wish to form son
g idoaof the business dono in Charleston, lot bim vis
if her wharves, and soo tho freight arriving and di
parting, tho Vows of cotton bales, and the but
n throng; thoa. ? aro, perhaps, the only (ruo crib
a rions, and a judgment baocd upon thom, would t
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ESCAPE FBOM JAIL.-Horace Greoley, the negro
who murdered Mr. B. 8. RHETT last Bummer, made
his oeoapo from jail last Saturday night. Ho was
confined with a fellow prisoner in a separate coll.
Tho iron bars to the window wore not properly
festonea, and tho prisoners becoming awaro of
this profited by it and absonted themselves. No
olno has boon yot obtained as to their presonl
whereabouts, but it will not bo long boforo thoy
are restored to their old quarters.
YOUNO ROWDIES.-fre would call the attention of
tho polico authorities to tho gangs of colorod and
white boya that collect at difibront points in tho
city and spend tho Sabbath in playing ball and
quarrelling. This has becomo a perfect nuisance,
and tho noiso and shouting mndo by theso boye ?B
vory diaagreoablo to persons living in the vicinity.
Sunday wns always an ordorly, quiet day in
this city, and any innovations that chango this nro
extremely distasteful. Tho burnt district ?B largo
onongh, onde?me partB of it remoto onough, for
those boys to use as a play ground, i. c, if Sab
bath-brooking is in accordance with law or ordor.
A day or two spent in confinement would be a
salutary lesson, and it cannot bo undertaken too
A CASE OF CONSCIENCE.-Wo mentioned some
wooka ago tho thoft of the communion baskets of
St. Michael's Church, and requoBtod tho sacrile
gious wretch to return them, moro on account of
their associations than for their intrinsic value.
No truth has been proved so plainly as that con
science makes cowards of us all; for tho thief, fear
ing the ovil conBoquonoos of his deed, took advan
tage of the time and doposlted tho baskets in the
vestry room Saturday night, while the workmen
woro busy on tho interior of tho church. Wo aro
requested to thank the individual for his disinter
ested kindness, and asBuro him that the restora
tion ia appreciated, as the baskets woro memon
tooB of a poculior nature. Tho church was kent
opon rathor lato that evening, and the thioi mutft
have watchod his opportunity, as the vestry room
was unoccupied for only a few minutes.
RE-OPENING OF THE UNITABIAN CHOBCH.-This
church, which has boon closed for mime months,
was opened for public worship yesterday, undei
the ministration of its now Pastor, Rev. THOMAS
HIBST SMITH. In tho early part of tho year ser
vices wore performed hero every Sabbath, the
different clorgymen in the city officiating, but the
congregation earnestly dosired to havo tho church
re-organized and prorided over by a pastor of theil
own denomination. Since the death of the Rov. Mr.
GILMAN, a clergyman from tho North waa in charge,
but his doe ti inca and political tenets made him
deservedly unpopular, and the outbreak of hostili
ties soon decided his future courso. Not wishing
another of that stripe, the Vestry decided to appeal
to England, and application was mado to Mr.
SuiTn, whose acceptance was received some montht
Tho congregation has been Badly Bcatterec
during the war, but the auditorium was woll filled
with an attentive audience. Mr. SMITH'S discourse
was principally on tho unity of tho Christian char
acter, and what were tho constituent qualities o'
a Christian Church. The Rev. gentleman handled
his auhjeot with great ability, ebowiug to hu
congregation that religion was to be found every
where, and that natural religion, as taught by Got
in his works, was the truo basis of tho Christiai
belief. His remarks were characterized by t
thorough liberality of sentiment and freedom fron
bigotry, and his pleasing addreBB, and high, ele
va ted moral tone, will tend to moke him a groa'
favorite with tho people of his choice.
Our apaco prevents us from giving fuller de talk
of this discourse, but we congratulate our Unita
rion friends in having obtained the services o
such a ' distinguished divine, and predict tha
under his ministry their corporation will sooi
attain a flourishing condition.
The Unitarian Church is one of tho most boauti
ful public edifices in the city. The peculia:
combination of different styles of architecture give:
the exterior a pleasing appearance, while thi
atoined-glasa windows and lofty arched coiling!
carry the observer back to the mod?cval ages
The cemetery has always been kept in perfeo
order, and great taste has been displayed in thi
arrangement of the grounds. Many of our Con
federate herooB sleep their last rieop in theso hal
lowed precincts, and the wreaths of immortelle
and garlands of flowers that still decorate thoi
graves testify that, although they havo passet
away in tho shook of battle, their memories sr
yet green in tho boorte of their friends.
To THE LADIES.-Drs. SOLOMONS & CALDWELL
the popular proprietors of the Hasel-street druj
store, ore well acquainted with the fact that unies
they obtain the patronage of the ladies their proa
peri ty would be of no pleasure to them. In orde
to encourage the smiles and merit the approbatioi
of the fair BOX, they are roquested to inspect thoi
assortment of perfumery and toilet articles ant
other bijouterie. These inoludo every vario ty of th
finest colognes, French extracts, and a number o
those nameless adjuncts that are BO necessary fo
a well conducted toilet table. Aaide from thoa
articles, theso gentlemen have a remedy for ever,
disease that flesh is heir to. Dr. SOLOMONB' repu
tation as a dentist of the highest order is so we]
known that we neod not Bay more, oxoept that th
most refractory molar is removed by him wit
scarcely any pain to tho patient. Dr. CALDWELL i
both on oxporionoed Pharmaceutist and an M. D
and understands all the technicalities of the dru
business. In a word, the Hasol-etreot etoro ia
model in every respeot, and improves the appeal
anco of that thoroughfare considerably.
CABBAGES, APPLES, Ac-Attention is called t
tho advertisement of a large quantity of the abov
edibloa by Mossrs. J. & W. H. ABMBTBONO, at Not
40 and 42 Market street.
THE ABTIFICIAL LEO AND ABM MANUFAOTOB:
No. 188 King street, Charleston, S. O.
THE CHAHLESTON HOUSE.-To ladies purohaaln
dry goods for their country friends, Messrs. STOU
WEBB St, Co. will guarantee to furnish them with
larger variety to select from than any house in tb
oi -. also, to sell all artiolga at aa low prices as the
cn,, bo had anywhoro. Will furnish packing caaei
any sizo, f roo of charge; will take apooial care i
packing and shipping any ordors entrusted to then
and will assure all that will call at thoir atoro <
ovory accommodation and avery attention. *
Nsw OULEANS MHBOHANTB* BXCHANOE.-Wo 01
glad to loam that tho furniture, sam lo table
etc.. for the now oxohango, which waa organise
in tho early part of tho past summer, aro all o on
Sloted, and that it i;i intended to commence ti
aily exchungo meetings at onco, in tho rotunda t
the Custom Houso or somo other control looatim
until tho Exchange Room on Common street:
finished. We understand that tho suj oiintondoi
of tho oxohongo hos modo all tho orrongomoni
for regular daily telograms from all parta of ti
world, ad that New Orleans is at length in posse
sion of a thorough organized exohongo, where ht
morch an te can meet for tbo doily transaction <
businoss, and interchange of opinions aud info
motion, aa in other important commercial citios.
Ntm Orl?ans Picayune,
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Blue Mixed Woollen Shirts and Umbrellas.
BY JOHN O. MILNOlt Ai CO.
TO-MORROW, 13th lunUnt, at 10 o'clock, will bo sola, at
our auction salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
1 caso, 0 dozen, BLUE MIXED WOOLLEN SHIRTS
3 caaes Superior fluiahod Cotton Umbrella*!.
Conditions cash._Novombor 12
-Pate Brandy, Old Bourbon Whiskey and Cordial.
BY .JOHN O. BniiNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 13th inst, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold, at
our Auction Sales Room, No. 133 Mcotlng-Btroot,
10 K canks superior P,VLK BRANDY
5 barrels Old Bourbon Whlslioy, ?varranlcd a mipc
rlorarllrlo, from prlvntu stock
6 cases French Cordial.
Conditions cash. November 12
Cambrics, Blankets, Soap, ?te., on Account of _.*>?
. derwriters and all f.'oncerncd.
BY JOHN a. niri.-vou ??f CO.
TO-MORROW, 13th inat., at 10 o'clock, ?viU bo sold, at
our Auction Sales Room, No. 13.1 MccUng-utrcct, on ac
count of undcnvrltcra mid all concerned,
1 caso, - pieces, BLACK COTTON CAMBRIC
3 pair 111 superior Bed BUuikcts
6 gross Browu Windsor Soap.
Hoary OBEY BLANKETS, 8 lb, to the pair, Men's Heavy
Woollen Grey OvoraLrirts, Men's Bluo Quornsoy Shirts
Bluo and Rod Twlllod Flannel, Uleachcd aud Brown Can
ton Flnnuol, Blue Flatdn. Shirting Stripea
2 coses assorted Satinet, Printed and Plain, Furniture,
Fancy and Mourning Prints
Blenched Shirtings, Printed Cambric H-kfs., Turkey Bed
and Madras lid-fa., RuBala Diaper
Women's White, Mixed and Hiato Cotton Hose, Cl?ldron's
Groy Worsted Hose, ChUdron's Fancy Cotton Hoso
Men's Heavy Brown Cotton and Woollen Hocks, Irish
Linen, Linen Crasb, Suspcndors, Ax.
ALSO, AN ESVOIOF.,
1 case Assorted WHITE AND BLACK PACK TINS
Worsted Hoods, Nubias and Montagu
Straw Hats, Shaker Hoods.
Conditions cash. November ia
Direct Importation from Cuba-250,000 choice Se
gars, Wine, Brandy, Rum. Ouava Jelly, &c.
BY CLIFFORD de M.VTHRWKS,
At Store No. 71 ?dast Hay. .
W?1 bo Boldon WEDNESDAY, the 14th instant, at 11
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN ?_ND FAVORITE
BRANDS OF BEGARS, _c. :
10,000 BegaUa de la Reina
3,000 Regalia Chica
10,000 Media Regalia Butaniea
BO.OOO Media Conchas do Regalia
60,000 Media Regalia.
AU of tbo above aro branded "Young America," and
warranted by F. Lopez k Co., Segar Manufacturers in
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, ia casks from IS to 02 gal
235 gaUonB Jamaica Rum, in casks from 22 to 62 gallons
100 gi?lons Brandy, in caaks from 25 to 32 gallons each
12 half pipen best Catalonia (Claret) Wine, 62 gallons
CO bags Havana Smoking Tobacco, 60 to 75 lbs. each
0 boxes White Sugar, 4HO to 600 lbs. each
1 box assorted Spanish Chocolate
12 cases Holland Gin, in bottlos
200 dozen assorted Guava Marmalade and Jelly
0 kogs Spanish Olives.
Will bo sold in lots to salt purchasers, and articles to
bo removed immediately after the sale.
The above are imported direct from Cuba, and the at
tention of dealers is called to the same.
?flSpTba Savannah Republican, Augusta Constitution
alist, Atlanta Intelligencer and Columbia Phoenix will in
sert three, times, overy other day, and send bill to C. & M.
Extensive Stores, Lot and Residence on Business
Part qfJSast Bau.
BY CLIFFORD & MA-fllEWES,
Real Estate Accents, No. 31 1-2 Broad Street.
On TUESDAY, Wlh Novombor, at 11 o'clock, at tho Old
Custom House, vrlll be sold,
All that well-known BUSINESS STAND and valuable
LOT OF LAND, with the extensivo 8TORE8 and WARE
HOUSES, Dwelling of six rooms, and outbuildings there
on, known as No, 73 EAST BAY, being on tho west
eldo, between Trodd and Elliott streets, and extending
from East Bay to Bodon's Alley, with entrance from each,
having a front on Esst Bay of thirty-eight feet eight
inches, and a depth of three hundred and twelve fcot alx
inches to Bedon's Alley, and a width on tho same of thir
ty- Aro foot six inches. The above location is one of tho
best for businoss on East Bay. Possession of the Stores
and Lot can bo given Immediately. .
Terms.-One-ualf cash; balance In threo equal Instal
ments' of four, eight and twelve months, with Interest,
and secured by bond and mortgage of the property. Pur
chaser to pay CLIFFORD k MATHEWES for papers.
Xof? in Upper Words.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 15th inst, at 11 o'clock, at
the north of the Exchange,
One LOT OF LAND at tho southwest corner of Coming
and Line streets, measuring 30 feet front by 130 feet deep.
Ono LOT on northeast corner of Rose Lane and Bo
gard a tree t, 35 feet front by 00 feet in depth.
Ono LOT adjoining the above, measuring 91 foot front
by 02 feet in depth.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for papers.
November 6 tutiismw-iS
SIXTY FINE -HILES FOR SALE.
Tho Kalin ia Mills Company, having no further usa foi
their Teams, will offer for sale (at their Works on the
South Carolina Railroad), eight milet from Augusta,
Ga., ou the FIRST TUESDAY in December.
SIXTY (60) FINE MULES and TWO (2) BOIUJE8,
with LOG OABTS, WAGONS, HABNBSS, Ac, A-c.
Most of thoso Mulos wera brought from Kentucky last
winter, and are very superior animals; they are aU in
excellent order, after working hard the entire Bummer.
There ia no finer lot of Hulea In tho country. Terms cash.
BENJAMIN F. EVAN-,
President Kahala Mills.
US' Augusta Constitution-list, Savannah Republican
Macon Telegraph, and Montgomery Advertiser, publiai
daily tai 20th instant, and send bill to this office.
"LADIES' TOILET COMPANIONS,"
nnHE ATTENTION OF THE LADIES IS RESPECT
JL FULLY invited to the choice and haudsomo assort
mont of PERFUMERY ?AND TOILET ARTICLES, consult
VASES AND TOILET SETS of the latest importation
French and English Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes
Fine Buffalo and Ivory Combe
L-bin's Genunio Extracts and Soaps .
French Pomades and Cosm?tiques
Florida, Verbena and Lavender Waters
Genuine Fari?a and Wicker Cologne
Shand'a and McArthur'a Lily Whit?
Hgeoman'a Camphor loo
Damask, Rose and Lily Tablets.
HABEL 8TBEBT DRUG STORE, opposite tho Syna
gogue. SOLOMONS ti CALDWELL.
Novomber 12 mw2 J. M. CALDWELL, tmigglnt.
II avnn a Plan Kentucky State Lotterj
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGEH8.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVTNGTON. KY., 16TH AN1
30th each month. Scheme, 80,000 tlokets-62
prizes. Whole tickets, $11.; halves. $8; quarters, ti.
2 Prizes of.?4,60
29 Prizes of.?1,00
63 Prises of.?60
160 Prizes of......?80
1 Prize of.?00,000
I Prize or.?20,000
l Prize of.?8,950
220 Prizes of ?200.
51 Approximation Prises amounting to ?19,060.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets fron
?1 to ?10.
Circulars sent free. Drawings mailed as soon as th
Lottery 1B drawn.
Address H. T. PETERS, United States Liconsod Agent
No. 00 Haael street, Charleston, 8. C, or Key Box 62 P. 0
Novombor 10 Sum
C. C? TRUMBO & SON '
HAVE BEMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM" NO. 14
MccUng-Btrcc.t to No. ?2 MARKET-STREET, belo'
Meeting-street, where thoy have on hand an assortmoi
of BUILDING MATERIALS, such as Doors, Saahc,
Blinds, Limo, Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Sheet Lea?!
Nails, 8 and - inch; Mahogany Plank of various width
and strips, sawed out for hand rails; Mahogany Newi
Posts and Ballaetcm, all at reduced price?.
Mr. __ AUSTIN, Agent, can bo found there, who wi
keep on hand PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY ?-HI
BRUSH ES--all of whloh will bo sold at low prices.
Movc-aber A _
ITIHE PUBLIC ARB RE3PKOTFULLY ?WFORMK)
JL that these highly cstoemed BITTERS aro now mad
by the same poiaou who made them for over tweut
yearo for Jamos Moorhead. He having the original n
oelpt, can oonfidenUy i-ootnmond thom equal to an
made during Moorhead'. Ufe tim?. '
Sold in quantities to nit parcha-or* at No, W GAI
HOUN-B-BEET, so _ th ?ide, between Meeting mod AMO
rtmta. JAMB9 MoKEAN?
September J8 , . " . .
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Cliairs, Brussels Carpeting, Shoes, etc.
BY WILBUR St SOW.
THIS DAY, tlio lath instant, at our natcsroome, corner
Stato and Chalmers streets, at 10>? o'clock, will bo sold,
Ono VELVET TAPESTRY CARPET, 20 foot 0 Inches by
20 feet G inches; ton rolls Brussols Carpotlng; Oak Cane
Beat Otllco Chairs; Wood Scat anti Tartar Chairs; Fur
lints, Shawls, Nubias, Hosiery and a general assortment
of Fancy Coode, &c.
CondlUona coull. November 13
Horses, Mules and Wagons at Auction.
BY J. II. 10. fil.OAV.
Will bo sold. THIS DAY, the 12lh instant, at 10 o'clock
A. M. at the Old Custom House,
6 PRIME MULES
1 KOOJ Draft llorec, 0 years old
1 good Draft Borne, 10 years old
1 thorough bred hay Eagle Maro, C years old, lSli
1 filly, well bred, 3 years old, broke to saddle
1 new Dray and Harness
1 Two-horso Wagon and Harneen.
Terms.-Cash on delivery. ssum3 November 12
Hams, on Aceount of the Underwriters and all Con
BY LAUREY Si AhEVAMlEU.
TOMORROW, the 13th instant, will bo sold in our Store,
No. 13T East Ray, at 10 o'clock, on account of the un
derwriters and all concerned,
7 TIERCES FINE SUGAR-CURED HAMS?.
Damaged on board steamer-, on voyage of impor
tation from Now York to this port.
Conditions cash. November 12
House and I*ot, WenlworOi street.
BY JACOB COHEN Oi. CO.
Will ho sold at Auction, TO-MORROW, 13th November,
at tho Exchange, at 11 o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with a one-story MUCK
BUILDING thoreon, formerly used as tho "Synagogue,"
aituated in Wentworth street, betwoon Meeting and An
son stroots. Lot 71 feet front on Wentworth by 103 feet
deep, more or ICSB.
Conditions.-One-third cash; balance by bond and
mortgage of premises, payable in one and two years.
Mules, Horses, Furniture, &c at Auolion.
BY SMITH ?te MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneers,
No. ?7 Broad st., Son ti? Side, Near State ?t.
On WEDNESDAY next, at 10& o'clock, in front of their
Revend MULES, HOR8ES, Carriages, Buggies, Fur
nlturo, fino Revolvere, Ac.
Furnlturo, Horses, Mules and Vehicles received up to
tbo hour of sale.
K. B.-Parties desirous of availing themselves of our
Wednesday sales aro roqucsted to notify nu ou Mondays
or Tuesdays if convenient. November 12
Desirable Small Houses, Eligible Vacant Lots.
BY B. MCCALL.
On THURSDAY, tho 16th lust., at 11 o'clock, north of the
Old Exchango, wiU bo sold,
AU that LOT OF LAND on tho north sido of Inspection
street, measuring 37 feet front and 115 feet deep, together
with tho neat two-story Residence of 4 upright rooms,
pantry, dressing rooms, and double piazzas, and other
improvement*, known as No. 20. The location is desir
able, pleasant and healthy.
All that LOT OF LAND on tho south side Of Henrietta
street, No. 21, containing 25 feet front and 100 feet deep,
together with a two and a half story Dwelling of 4 up
right, 2 attica, dressing rooms and pantry, and other im
1 proveniente thereon.
AU that LOT OF LIND at the southwest corner of Line
and Percy streets, measuring 31 feet front and 91 feet
deep, moro or loss, with a two-story House of 4 rooms,
the lower story used as a Store, with other improvements.
The location is eligible and desirable.
AU that ELIGIBLE BUILDING LOT on the north side
of Chapel street, next west and adjoining tho Northeast
ern Railroad Depot, measuring CO feet front and 150 feet
deep. This Lot is much hlghor than the strcot and sur
rounding lots, and tbo earth can be disposed of to advan
tage, and with benefit to the lot. Tho location for a S toro
ia socond to none.
AU that LOT, with Bricks and Materials thereon, on
the south eldo of West stroot, No. 9, measuring 20 feet
front and 60 fcot deep, suitable for tbo erection of a smaU
Terms made known in futuro advertisement. Pur
chasers to pay B. MeCall for papers. November 12
UNDER DECREE IS EQUITY.
Just vs. Farley.
On THURSDAY, tho 20th inst, at li o'clock A M.. will be
sold under the direction of tho Master, near the Old
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings thereon,
known In a plat thereof as annoxod to a title from Col.
Win. Drayton to Wm. Wightman, recorded In the Office
of Mcsno Conveyance by tha number 107, at the corner of
Laurens and Washington streets, in Charleston, measur
ing 46 feet 4 inches in front on Laurena street by 101 feet
ti inches In depth on Washington street; having such hut
tings and boundlngs as set out in tho sold plat.
Tormo-One-third cash; the balance on a credit of one
and two years, in a bond of two or more sureties, with
interest payable somi-onnuaUy, secured by a mortgage of
the premises; the buildings to bo insured and kept in
sured until the bond Is paid, and tho policy assigned to
tho Master. Purchaser to pay far papers.
3. Vf. GRAY, Master in Equity.
November 8 thm7
Golton and Rice Plantation in St. PauVa Parish,
at Private Sale.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers, No. ?7 Broad Street.
At Private Sale
A PLANTATION of 2300 acrcB, of which 200 under
fence, 600 acres cleared cotton and rice land, quarters
for forty laborers, barn, stables, gin, press, and all re
quisito outbuildings; ?00 of good pasture land, balance
A PLANTATION in the samo Parish, eight miles from
Charleston and Savannah Railroad, fifteen miles from the
city. 3000 acres, 1000 cleared, balance weU wooded. 000
acres cleared Rico land, backed by extensivo and
never failing reservoirs. 400 acres finest Boa Inland Cot
ton Lands under fence, fine new dwelling and sixteen
double negro houses. Large cotton house, with steam
engine, which drives gins for any ataplo of cotton,
TWO FARMS on Edlst J Island, one of 30 acres, nearly
all cleared-settled place. Another of 62 acres, 20 clear
ed, balance wooded-prime cotton lands adjacent. Can
be sold together. SMITH k MoGILLIVRAY,
November 12 No. 27 Broad street
Farms, Rice and Cotton Plantations.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 87 Broad street, Real Estate Brokers.
At Private Solo or to Lease
A FARM, 6 miles from the city, on tho Ashley; goot"
A FARM, 13 munn from city, on South Carolina Rall
A PLANTATION, near Parker's Ferry, onEdisto River;
1600 acres cotton and rice: good soUement
A LABGE AND VALUABLE PLANTATION on John'?
Island, on the Elawah River.
A LARGE AND VALUABLE PLANTATION on James*
Island, opposite LegaroviUc.
For particulars apply to
BMITH k MoGILLIVRAY,
Bool Estate Brokers, No. 27 Broad street
November 12 mwfS
BY GAJVTT& BOYLE.
At Private Ralo
, A NEW' FLAT BOTTOM SLOOP, capahle of carry'
lng 26 Cords Wood. Will bo sold low.
Apply OB above, at . No. 4 8TATE STREET.
Fslafe Sale-Plantation in St. Andrew. Parish;
BY LOUIS 1). ?CHAUSSURE.
At Private ?ale
HOPETON PLANTATION, In 8t Andrew's Pariah
about five miles from Charleston, on the Stono River, op
p?sito to John's Island. Tho tract contains about 071
nenin of land, about 726 of which are high land-thi
balance marah land. F.xccllent cropa of fc'ea Island Cot
ton havo boon made upon tho placo for several years
About 400 acres of the land aro cleared and adapted U
the culture of Cotton and Provisions, and about 31 U
Rice. The placo la planted this year, and has a fuir croi
For particulars apply to
Novomber 7 WftnO No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Desirable City Residences.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
At Private Sale
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a tWo-story woodei
DWELLING thereon, ni tunted on tho south sido of Spring
street, known as No. 71, measuring 72 foot front hy IT!
feet lu depth. Tho houso contains four (4) square rooms
pantry and dressing room, with double piazzas and gat
fixtures complete. On tho lot is a cintera, a two-storj
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and aU necessary
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a two and a half storj
wooden DWELLING therooa, situated at tho Bouthwes
corner of Queen and Trapmonn streets, measuring 46 foo
0 Inches In front on Quocu stroot by 160 fot on Trapmani
street Tho house contains four (4) squaro rooms, pan
try, dressing room and thrco finished carrot rooms, will
douhlo piazzas and gas fixtures completo. On the lot li
a clntorn, a two-story lathed and plastered wooden kitch
en and all necessary outbuildings.
For term apply aa above, at
November 7 wfin'J No. 40 EAST BAY, np stairs.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
SMITH & M'GILLIVRAY,
Ko. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH SIDE, If EAR STATE STREET.
FIRST CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE MOE PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
EXTRN8IVKAND VALUABLE MANUFACTORIES
MILL HITES AND DELIGHTFUL HUMMER RES1
DENCES, In vari?os parts of tho South,
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of a!) tines, prloe
and dcocripuons, in every port of til* City.
September M wtaPmo
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?Tottan? Sugar and Genuine IloUand Gin. __
BY J. A. BWSLOW & CO.
TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10? o'clock, wiU be Bold at
our store, No. 126 East Bon
Cases HOLLAND GIN ________ io
Roxes Havuna 8ugar._November 12
Choice Havana Segars, DirectI Importation.
BY J. A. EN8LOW ?St CO.
WiU bo sold TO-MORROW MORNING, 13th lust., ut 10>a
. o'clocK, at our Btoro, No. \_f3?*_?&rla_~_
6000 SUPERIOR UAVANA SEGARS. "CONCHAS
7000 Superior Havana Segars, "Londres
'.HMO Sui>orior Havana Segar?, "Brevas.
November 12_ _ ..
Leaf Tvhacco.for account of the Underwriters and
BY .T. A. EN SLOW Si CO.
TO-MORROW MORNING, 13th Inst, at 10? o clock, will
bo Mid, at our Store, No. 125 East Bay, for account or
Uiu Underwriter? und all concerned,
2 cases SMOKING TOBACCO, slightly damaged.
Mahogany, logwood and Fustic, on Account qj
ichom it may Concern._
BY J. A. K.ivSLOW St CO.
On WEDNESDAY, 11th instant, will bo sold, by Public
Auction, at South Dry Dock Wharf, at 11 o'clock,
10 logs MAHOGANY
- tons Logwood
- tons Fustic. '
Damaged onboard tho French bark "MazaUan," H.
Fanvro master, which put into this port in distress whilst
on bor intended voyage from Islo of Carmen to Havre,
aud sold for account of whom it may concern, by recom
mendation of the Portwardensand by order of the French
Consul. November 5
Estate Sale, by order of the Executor.
BY ALOIVZO jr. XV HITE ?te SON,
Brokers, Auctioneer? and Real Estate
At Private Sole
That elegant MANSION, with considorsblo LOT at
tached, situate at the corner of Society, Wentworth and
East Bay streets, recently tho residence of Charles Hoy
ward, Esq., deceased; measuring on East Bay street
I 211 root 11 Inches; on Wentworth stroot 192 feet 3 inohos.
and on Soeioty street 291 feet 2 inches. Tho property
, has been recently surveyed and subdivided into six (6)
i ports, as can be Been by a descriptivo Plat upon applies
; tien. The Manttion, whloh is BO weU known na not to need
; description, lia? a Lot of 107 foot 3 inches on East Bay
I street, on Society street 250 feet 0 inches, and 220 foot
j 9 inches on the west Hue. Ono Lot on Soeioty street, with
two story Brick BuUdiugs attached, measures 40 feet S
I inches on Society street by 103 feot 2 inches deep. Also,
4 Lots on Wentworth street, which measure each from
38 to 40 feet front on Wentworth street by 104 foet 8 ih
clies docp. Two of tho abovo Lots havo Brick BuUdlng'a
upon them. This property is admirably located for
Dwellings, and also has a prospectivo value for morara
tilo purposes, being situated on the main avenue of
travel to the principal Railroads.
For Descriptive Flat and other particulars apply ae
above, at No. 58 EAST BAY STREET.
November 7 wfm3
Wholesale Liquor Store and Sample Room.
BY WM. M. PELOT,
No. 2."?a (in tile Bend) King street.
At Private Solo
A WHOLESALE LIQUOR 8TORE and 8AMPLE ROOM,
on East Bay, near the Old Custom Houso. Tho entire
Stook and Store Fixtures will bo sold, on modorato and
accommodating terms to an approved purchaser. This
is a popular business houso, having a good run of cus
tom, i lie Store will bo leased to tho purchaser of tho
Htock. 0 November 10
Yacht " Wassie."
BY WM. M. PELOT,
No. 353 (In the Bend) King street.
At Private Sale
Tho fast-sailing Yacht "WASBIE," kmnckod July 4th,
18G?. Length 30 feet, by 8 feet 4 inches breadth of beam ;
well found in Satis, Oars, Anchors, &c: has a Contre Kool
and draws only 4 inches light, and will corry 10 hales
Cotton. Price ?250, cash.
For further partlcularB'spply as abovo
NO. 252 KING STREET,
November 10 C At my Olllcc, up stairs.
Sea Island Golton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD ?te MATIIEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-3 Broad-street.
At Private Salo
RICHFIELD PLANTATION, on John's Inland, noor
Brick Houso; 625 acres. 400 cleared. This plantation is
near the sea, end the lands productive and weU adapted
for Cotton, Bice and Provisions.
November 7_ mwfG
Sea Island Cotton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD St MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agent?, No. 31? Broad street.
At Private Sale
BRICK HOUSE PLANTATION ON JOHN'S ISLAND.
well known for its productiveness, as tho crop of cotton
now being harvested will show. It contains 960acres of
high luid, 000 of which ore cleared; the balance heavily
timbered with Uve oak and other mixed timber, admira
bly adapted for Uno finishing work; a good ImJJM for
vessels, oilers great facilities for shipment of lumber. At
tached is a body of marsh, valuable tor manuring cotton.
Plantation healthy to resido on winter and summer. On
it is a large and handsome BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
of cloven rooms, exclusive of basements, with outbuild
ing?, and a largo Engine House and Steam Engine. The
drainage facilities of the above placa are of the beat, ren
dering It very safe for cotton planting. Lawn and other
grounds about the Residence highly ornamented and im
proved formerly._ wftn? November 7
Al Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWES,
No. 311-2 Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FABM8. FIRST-CLASS WATCH-POWERS, SUMMER
RESORTS, kc, kc, in this Stato and Georgia.
BESTRAHLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTS
In every part of the city. 3mo September 21
Small Houses in Hanover and Nassau-streets al
BY SMITH Sa MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 27 Broad-street, near State-street.
2 HOUSES with good Lots, in Hanover-etroet
1 House in Nassau-street, east side, next north of
For terms, apply se above. October 30
At Private Sale-Residence extreme west end of
BY W. Y. LEITCH <te R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
At Private Sate
That pleasantly located and ehglble BRICK RESI
DENCE, No. 36 BuU street, containing four upright and
two attic Rooms, with Pantry, Dressing-room and Cis
tern. On the premises are all necessary outbuildings.
Tho adjoining VAOANT LOT, to tho west ?t the above.
For dimensions, terms, ka., apply as abovo, at
November 1 wftnS No. 25 BROAD STREET.
BY J. DRAYTON FORD.
At Private Salo
A WELLRROKEN DRAFT HORSE, in good condition;
sound and gentle. He can bo seen at my Ofllco,
November 7 _ w? No. 40 BROAD STREET.
REAL ESTATE OF THE STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, 8. c.
At Private Solo
The Commissioners of tho State Works at Greenville,
8. C, offer at Private salo
THE REAL ESTATE OF SAID WORKS.
The Tract of Land contains twenty acres, and is situ
ated one milo and a third from tho Court Houso at
GreenvUlo, 8. C, having tho Anderson road on ono side
and tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad on tho oUior.
A branch track from the railroad runs into the premises.
About twelve acres of tho land is enclosed with a high
and closo batten fence, and within tho enclosure aro
THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS, VIZ:
OFFICE, l8 by 40 feot; 8 ?nlshod rooms, 2 fireplaces.
MACHINE SHOP, 80 by 200 foot, with brick basement,
and Boiler Houso attached, and 60 foot Chimney and
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, with Boiler Houso
and Drying Ilooeo attached, and 00 foot Chimney and
BLACKSMITH SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, with 17 Fontes.
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, with two Cupolas, Air Fur
nace, Oven and Chimney.
BRASS FOUNDRV, 20 by 80 foet, with Cupola, double
Furnaco and Chimney.
CARPENTER 8I10P, 60 by 100 foot, on brick pillar?,
with Engino Bouso attached.
SmoU BLACKSMITH SHOP, 20 by 22 feet, with double
PATTERN HOD8E, ono and a half story, 20 br40
STOREROOM, 23 by 60 feet, on brick pillare,
STOREROOM, 23 by 00 foot, on brick pillars.
SMOKEHOUSE, l8 by 40 foet.
CORN CRIB, 12 by 24 feet.
SHED, 26 by 70 foet
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, 8TADLE, FODDER
WELL HOUSE, l8 by 20 foot
Small ENGINE nOUSE.
Tenna-A credit of one and two years, tai eoual instil*
monte, with interest from date, on approved personal
security, mortgage of the promises, and aeaighod insur
ance of tho buildings.
Thoro aro several ?mall Buildings on tho premio??
outside of tho enclosure, which will bo sold tor cash, to
bo removed from tho premisos.
For further information apply to
C. J. ELFORD,
Secretary to Commissioners State Works,
October?_mwf_G roon ville, B. p.
Furniture. Horses, Veliides, do., al Auction
BV SMITH Si MeOlkiUVRAYT
No. 37 Broad street, south ?Ide, near State
Sales of FURNITURE, kc, at private NsUtanoc? at
tendod to at moderste charge?.
Auotion every WEDNESDAY tor HORSES, VEHICLE >,
FURNITURE, Ac, at half-post 10 o'clock, at our office.
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