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M WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 18G6.
^ LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TIE STAR
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
MTTHB LIST OF LTCT'X'inrtS ltK
MAIISriNCr in tho Pustofllce at til?
end ol' isaoli weelc is pul>lif-0?ec? offi
cially iti. 'J_ II IS DAILY 1ST B2 W S
every "F'Vitliiy moruinc.
Tnr. WEEKLY NEWS.- Tlio wcokly edition of Tue
NEWS will bo regularly issued ovory Sunday
morning, and will contain all tho lutoat telegraphic
newe, tho latest ship and commercial nowa, as
well S3 a groat variety of interesting reading mat
ter. All persons in tho city ucsiring it loft at their
houses, will plcaso hand in their name? at our
offioo. Advertisers will do well to tako advantngo
of tho largo circulation of this issue, as wo will
continuo to send a large number of copies through
out tho country gratis, until our subscription list
sholl reach a satisfactory number.
15A.NI; ELECTION.-At au election held yeBterday,
Captain W. W. SALE, formerly Tellor in the Stato
Bank, was elected Teller in the 1st National Bank
IMPORTANT SALE OE STOCK-Attention is called
to the advortisoment of an important sale of
stock this day by Mr. JOHN S. HIGOS.
BONDHOLDERS CH.VBLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAIL
BOAD.-The attention of tho bondholders of tho
Charleston and Savannah Railroad is called to an
advertisement in another column of much interest
ELECTION ron REPR?SENTATIVE.-An election for
Representative to fill tho vacancy occasioned by
tho resignation of Judge RICHARDSON, was held
yesterday. There wore only two candidatos in tho
field, and tho election passed off very quietly,
many of our citizens being unaworo of the trans
action. A comparatively small numbor of votes
were polled in consequence. The following ?B nu
accurate list from each Ward :
J. M. Carson. W. P. Patterson.
WardNo. 2.117 92
WnrriVr, q ? 1st poll.66 1C
Word No- 3( 2d poll. 40 64
?,.,,.." .llatpoll.165 76
??*?* M 2d ?oil.40 . 10
"Ward No. 6.36 l8
WardNo. 0.93 32
Ward No. 7. 16 24
WardNo. 8.50 62
Majority for Canon..261
EDITORIAL VISIT.-WO had the pleasure of a visit
last night from Mr. E. A. BRONSON, proprietor of
the Barnwell Sentinel. Mr. BRONSON is in town on
bnsinosa for the Sentinel, and wo have much
pleasure in recommending the paper and its pro
prietor to our community.
WE ARE gratified to learn that Mr. EMANUEL, tho
elderly gentleman who fell from tho up train of tho
Northeastern Railroad on Saturday last, noar Gra
ham's Cross Roads, is not dead, but is receiving
proper attention at that place, and hopes are en
tertained of his recovery.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-The mail train on the
South Carolina Railroad, due in Columbia at
3 o'clock Monday morning, was thrown from tho
track near Hopkins, a burnt pine tree having fallen
across the track. Tho cars were considerably
damaged, and eomo of the passengers wounded,
though nono ecriously. The rogular trains from
this city wero delayed about one hour behind
schedule timo, on account of the accident. ?
HAYNE STREET FILLING UP.-Wo are pleased to
notice tho reopening of another of the old businose
stands of llayno street. Messrs. PRATT A WILSON
BROS., wholesale druggist? and manufacturing
chemists, havo established themselves at the well
known location, No. 23 Hayne street, formerly
occupied by HAVILAND, STEVENSON & Co., and offer
to purchasers raro chances in their line. These
late Confederate officers have opened ihe first
chemical manufactory south of Baltimore, and
thoir enterprise desorves the liberal patronage oi
THE FIREMAN'S CELEBRATION.-According to the
programme, this takes place to-day, and promisee
to be ono of unusual interest.- The steam engines
did not havo a trial in last April, and tho roconl
contest in Augusta was not satisfactory to the
company that attended from this city. The intro
duction of steam to Aro engines is a comparativolj
novel foatar'o in the South; but there are few citiei
whoro it has boen rocoived with moro favor than ii
Charleston. At present wo have five steamers, ant
the Marion Company aro ondoavoring to raia*
funds to eupply thomBOlvos with ono in the plnci
of their old hand engine, which is worn out.
Theso five engines are by tlireo different makers
and ono of thom, tho Young America, is construct
ed upon on entirely difforont principio, boing who
is generally termed a rotary ongine. At this con
test the merits of tho CLAPP St JONES, tho JEFFORDS
and the Rotary, will bo woll tried, and it is impos
?ible to say what will bo tho ro3ult, as the friendi
of the companios, as woll as the members, are al
betting high upon thoir favorite machines.
The Fire Department of Charleston ranks amonj
tho first in tho country, and has always Bustainci
its well-earned reputation. Composod in a grca
measure of young men, the flower of tho city, th
momhors havo prosorvod an esprit de corps tho
kept them united during the war, and, at its close
infusod fresh vigor into tho difforont companiet
and now tho Department is in a far moro flourish
ing condition than it has boen for many years.
The companios will form, at 11 o'clock, on th
Citadol Green, and will march to Broad strcd
where tho contest will toko place. Tho difforcn
hand companies will act us an escort, and the Un
will bo formed by tho Chief and Assistants accort
ing to thoir charters. The playing will take plac
from tho drain pit at tho intorsoction of Broad an
Meeting streets, and each company will thro
their stream? npon a platform covored with oav
dust, and arranged as on a previous occasion.
TLo Muyor and tho Clerk of tho Board will a<
au umpires, and will calculate only the distance th
solid body of water is thrown. Each company i
allowed to play through fifty cr ono hundred fee
of hoao, with any size nozzlo they prefer, and t
carry uny amount of steam they ohooso. This is
far bottor arrangement than to limit an engin
without rogard to its capacity, as has boon don
in other cosos. Evory caro has boon taken by th
authorities to prosorvo order, and the parado wi
be ono of the finest ever witnessed. As it corr
monoos at an oarly hour, wo would advise our fai
readers to neeuro a window in time, and to bo o
tho qui nive fox tho gallant firemen,
MAYOR'S COURT, November 13_John Mosby, a
colored gontleaian, and no relation to tho dashing
cavalryman, was arrostod for Btoaling two pumps.
Ho bogged forgiveness ; but, as pumps arc pro
perty, ho was handed ovor to a magistrate.
A darkoy, who was fond of fowl meat, stole his
neighbor's stock, and tried to convert them into
greenbacks. The vigilant owner dotcctcd him.
nnd brought him to tho bar. He sworo that ho
had bought them, and, as there was no proof to
tho coutrary, ho was discharged.
JACOB SCHWING, a veritnblo Tont.ni, had been
swinging around at _ great rate, and. bulling
against uoino one's list, bunged up his oye. Ho
could give no account of the transaction for two
re~.80us : His iguoranco of Euglish and his fond
ness for whiskey. As ho appeared lo bo sufiioiont
ly punished, ho waa turnen looso to swing himself
A stranger was brought up immensely disgusted
with tho bad whiskey of Charleston, and said it
waa a stumbling block and an offence. Ho had
sampled it so well that ho was piekod up SOUBOICSS,
and charged $5 for his snooze. It was immediately
antiod and ho left smilingly.
Two of thoso characters who liko to drown their
sorrows in tho flowing bowl woro found in tho
same condition. Tho Mayor considered that the
best homily ho could dolivor on the temperance
question was by deducting $5 from each of their
pockets, and so prevent thom going astray in fu
A small yellow boy waa rescuod by a policeman
from his companion, who had him on tho ground
mauling him. Ia return for UI?B kindness tho
young villain amoto his dolivorer on thc^yc with
a brickbat. Ile did not turn tho other eye, but
convoyed tho bolligorcnt darkoy to tho Guard
House, whero he was sentenced to pay $5 or try
prisomfarc forfivo days.
PORCELAIN PICTURES.-Twenty yoars ago, ono
person alono claimed tho right of photographing
in England; now, thero aro over 5000 persons en
gagod in Lho bu?inoaa in that country, whilo thero
aro 20,000 in the United States, and, probably a
still greater number in Continental Europe. All
onr rendcni of middle age can romombor when the
art was in ita infancy, and the old and original
daguerreotype, talton upon a plato of prepared
copper, was the only kind in vogue, and likenesses
that could only bo seen in a certain shado of light,
wcro tho boat that could bo procured. Since that
timo wonderful improvements havo been mado in
tho ort of photography, and it is interesting to
trnco its gradual progross to its present state of
perfection. Tho first improvomout on tho old
daguorreotypo waB the nmbrotypo, which was
talton on a plato of ground ghin?, which Bhowcd
on both sides of the glass-and ono side showed
the person in tho natural position; whereas, in the
original daguerreotype, the figuro was always re
versed-ornaments worn on the right hand ap
pearing on tho loft, and vice versa, and so with tho
parting of the hair, buttons on tho coat, Ac, &c.
Next was discovered the melainotypc, whiob,
though not giving as pretty a picture as the am
brotype, was cheaper, and easily out for medallions,
brooohes, &c, being token on sheet iron. Then
como the photograph, taken on plain paper, which
had a coarse appeoranoo, tho nnevenncss of the
paper giving the likeness a look of being pitted.
Next appeared tho photograph taken on albume
nized paper, i. e., paper prepared with the white ol
egg. This was a great improvement, tho albu
men giving a amoothnoBS of surface, and a certain
gloss, that was very desirable. Soon after a means
was discovered of taking several photographs at
once, and tho cartes de visites beoame fashionable.
We now come to the opaltype, which i? taken on
opaque glass, and is the nearest approach to the
porcelain picture, which is the perfection of the
ort, and by the uninitiated Is often taken for that su
perior article. But the opaltype, though when
first token very much resembling tho porcelair
picture, soon streaks, and loses all of its attractive
beauty. The porcelain picture, the highest point
of excellence to which photography has yet attain
ed, was, we believe, first discovered in Germany
and we recollect that before the war our pooph
used to send to that country to have their like
nessca taken on sets of crockery. Specimens o
the porcelain picture, said to be equal to anythinf
of the kind in Europe, can now be seon ia this cit ;
at one or two of the beat photographing establish
monte. Our attention was drawn to the subject b;
a most beautiful porcolain picture of a child at tin
Star Gallery, corner of King and Market streets
which is really a suporb work of art. Th
great advantage of porcolain as a material fo
photographio pictures is its extreme polish
which is equal to that of a looking glasB, am
gives a smoothness and fine finish to tho like
ness that cannot bo obtained by any other mate
rial. In all tho spccimonB that wo havo seen, th
toxtnro of tho clothes, the strands of tho hair, am
tho details of ornament, are brought out with
delicacy and distinctness which we havo never seei
equalled in any othor style of photograph, an
which we do not think can be Burpasaed by th
beat miniature. In fact, tho porcelain picture
would be taken for miniatures by any ono who di
not know to the contrary, and the business of th
miniature painters, which has of lato years so mi
tonally dooreascd, may now bo said to havo com
entirely to on end, as miniatures, costing from $c
' to $100 and upward, cannot possibly competo wit
porcelain pictures that only cost from $10 to"$li
In closing this article, we would call attention t
the fact, which is almost a miracle, that in Franc
tho arts of tolographing and photographing ha\
been so combined that friends in diatanl cities ca
correspond in thoir own handwriting, signing tho
letters with their pkotographB, and all in about tb
same space of timo that it would tak o to send oi
dinary telegraphic messages of tho same longth.
ATTENTION ia invited to tho auction salo of Mi
?t hogany, Logwood and Fustic, comprising tho ca
] go of tho French bark Alaza?an, at South Di
t Dock Wharf, at 11 o'clock this day, by Messrs. J. ?
ENSLOW te Co.
ATTENTION ?B called to a chango hi the auctic
sale advertised by W. Y. LEITCH and It. S. BRUN
of desirable furniture, which will take place ti
morrow, instead of the 23d instant.
THE LEGISLATURE.-WO aro roquoated by ti
President of tho Senate, and tho Spoakor of ti
House of Representativos, to state that tho Hourn
'" over which thoy rsapeotivoly prosido will assomb
0 and bo called U^ordor at 7 P. M., on Monday, ti
d 26th inBt.
No hour boing named by the Constitution, th
has boon selected, as it is believed to bo tho mo
convenient and agreoablo to tho mombors of bot
:t branches of tho Gonoral Assembly.
e Charleston, Novcmbor 12,1808. 0
0 THE CHARLESTON HOUSE.-To Indico purchash
a dry goods for thoir country friends, Mesara. STOL
WERD ?c Go. will guarantee to furnish thom with
0 larger variety to select from than any honao in ti
o city; also, to sell all article? at as low price? as th
H can bo had anywhere. Will furnish packing cost
any eizo, free of charge; will toko special care
packing and shipping any ordorsontrustod to thei
and will assnro all that will call at thoir atoro
every accommodation end every attention, *
Furniture of a Family Declining Housekeeping.
MCKAY ?st CAMPBELL
WIR Bell. THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, a* residence, cor
ner King and Vanderhorst street-, north Bide,
PARLOR FURNITURE-Marblo-Top Tables, Boras,
Rocking Chairs, Hair-Seat Chairs, Mirrora, Engravings,
Carpet, Ac, Oil Cloth In entry and stair?, Ac, Ac.
DINING ROOM-Extension Table, C11ne-Se.1t Chairs,
Sido Tables, Meat Bato, leo House, Dinner Set Crockery,
Breakfast and Tea Sets, Knives and Forks, Glassware,
OH-J-BER FURNITURE-(15 rooms). coast-tine of
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chairs, Washshiiids-, Mattresses,
PJUOWH, Bed Sheels, Colin'orls, Spreads, Towels.
CARPET:, AND MAT IT NO ot ued-Roma.
KITCHEN FURNITURE-Cooking Huge, Kctllcs,
Pou?, A?*., be.
Conditions cash. Novoiubcr 14
//Vi/ Goods, ('lot/iing, de.
MY MILES DIIMU?.
TO-MORROW, loth insliint, at 10 o'elo.-li, I will sell, ut
my Store, corner of King nnd Liberty blreets,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF REA
SONABLE! DRY OOO?S, CLOTHING, Aft, just roeiivod
by steamships Andalusia and B. B. Bonder. Sale posi
OilODR OPEN FOn INSPECTION THIS DAY:
Pieces BLACK HH.lt
Pieces Whit? Velvet
Pieces Black Alpaca-si'k wa rp
Pieces Blue and Purplo Merino
Pieces Scotch Tweed and Euglish Broadcloth
Pieces ?All-Wool Caeslmero and Confederate Grey
Pieces Blrd'6-cyo Dinper and Damask
PicccB Wliite Plains and Farmer'B Jean
PiiiceB Kentucky Jean and Printed Satin ft?
Pieces lied, Yellow, Bluo and White Flannel
Brown Cotton Flannel, Brown Homespun, Longcloth,
Irish Linen, Figured Delaines, DeBege, Poplinet, Brown
and Bluo Denims, Cloaking, Ticking, White Drilled Jeans,
Dozens Brown mid Groy BLANKETS, Plaid Long
Wool Shawls, 200 dozen Ladlee', Gcnta" and Misses' As
sorted Hosiery, Sontags, Nubias, Worsted Scarfs, Balmo
ral Skirts, Hoop SklrUi, 20 to 40 springs; Linen Tnble
Cloths and Towels, Grecian Hair Coils, Gingham, Um
brellas, No. 10 Cotton Cards, Kilmarnock Cups, Ac.
Gcnta' Sealskin OVERCOATS. CASSIMERE and
TWEED 8ACKS, Casalmcrc and 8atlnet Pants, Ac.
On FRIDAY, the- 10th instant, I will sell, 50 cases
BOOTS ?_ND SHOES,
coarriuarNO IN PABT:
Casos ?MEN'S CALF BOOTS, Calf, Kip, Wax Brogan?
j and Balmorals, Ladies' Lasting Congress and Balmorals,
and a varied assortment of Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Particulars on day of sale.
Terni s cash. 2 Novombcr 14
Desirable Small Houses, Eligible Vacant Lots.
HY H. McCALl?.
TO-MORROW, tho 16th inst., at 11 o'clock, north of the
Old Exchange, wiU bo sold.
All that LOT OF LAND on the north sido of Inspection
street, measuring 37 feet front and 115 feet deep, together
with the neat two-story Residenco of 4 upright rooms,
pantry, dressing rooms, and double piazzas, and other
Improvements, known as No. 20. The location is desir
able, pleasant and healthy.
AB that LOT OF LAND on the south side of Henrietta
stroot, No. 21, containing 25 feet front and 100 feet deep,
together with a two and a half story Dwelling of 4 up
right, 2 attics, dressing rooms and pantry, and other im
All that LOT OF LAND at the southwest corner or Line
and Percy streets, measuring 31 feet front and 91 feet
deep, moro or less, with a two-story House of 4 rooms,
the lower story used as a Store, with other Improvements.
The location is eligible and desirable.
All that ELIGIBLE BUTLDrNO LOT on the north side
of Chapel street, next west and adjoining tho Northeast
ern Railroad Depot, measuring 50 feet front and 150 feel
deep. This Lot is much higher than tho Btreet and sur
rounding lots, and the earth can be disposed of to advan
tage, and with benefit to the lot. The location for a Store
is second to none.
?AU that LOT, with Bricks and Main rial s thereon, on
the south Bide of West street, No. 9, measuring 20 feel
front and 50 feet deep, suitable for the erection of a small
Terms modo known in future advertisement. Pur
chasers to pay B. Mccall for papers. November 14
Desirable Furniture, sold on account pf a Family
XV. Y. LEITCH di II. S. EfRUNS,
WIU be sold TO-MORROW, 16th Instant, in Smltl
street, two doois from Gol noun, at 10 o'clock,
The enure HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a ?-.nilly de
f-ONBISTINO IN PAI1T OF :
BEDiJTEADB, Bureaus, Criba, Marble Top Stands
Carpets, Mattings, Clocks, Hair Spring Ma?tresses, Nofi
Bottomed and Cone Chalrn, Tab.es, Book Case, Hat Rack
Velvet and Hair Seated Sofas, What-Not?, Lookim
Glasses, Cooking Stove and Range.
A largo assortment of CROCKERY, worthy the atten
tlon of housekeepcra.
Conditions cash. Articles to bo removed on day o
sole. tuwtho November 14
A Chance for Capitalists-Large T'rc.cin. Lot ii
BY W. Y. LEITCH ?Si II. S. BRUNS,
Will be Bold, at Auction, in front of the old Customhouai
at 11 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, December 6,
- That spacious and eligibly situated LOT, containing 10
feet front on Meeting-street by 300 feet deep.
This property Is sufficiently largo for the building <
four stores on the weet, with an entrance and a capacit
for the erection of additional buildings in tho rear, Urn
offering a splendid opportunity for an investment. Th
locality of this property in tho principal business stree
and ita contiguity to tho fashionable bot?la of this cit?
with the city railway running In front, and its larg
space, entitles it to the consideration of capitalists.
Terms accommodating. For further particulars, a]
ply as above, at No. 25 BROAD-STREET.
This property can bo treated for at private sale.
November 3_1 wf
Lots in Upper Wards.
HY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
WiU be sold TO-MORROW, 15th inst, at 11 o'clock, i
the north of tho Exchange,
Ono LOT OF LAND at the southwest corner of Co min
and Line streets, measuring 35 feet front by 120 feet deo]
One LOT on northeast corner of Roso Lane and Bl
gai- street, 36 feet front by 90 feet in depth.
One LOT adjoining the abovo, measuring 31 foot fror
by 92 feet in depth.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for papers.
November 14 tuthsmwthS
Desirable Residence in Spring Street.
BY JACOB COHEN Si CO.
On TUESDAY, 20th November, at 11 o'clock A. M , i
the north of the Exchange, will bo sold, without r
AB that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story wood?
DWELLING thereon, situated on tho south side of Sprit
street, known as No. 71, measuring 72 feet front by 1'
feet in depth. Tho house contains four (4) square room
pantry and dressing room, with doublo piazzas and gi
fixtures complete. On tho lot Is a elstern, a two-stoi
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and all nocesaai
Torms-One-third (y}) cash; balance in ono and tv
years, secured by mortgage of the property. Premier
to be kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser -
pay IIB for papers. November 13
Positive Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
BY R. Si A. P. CALDWELL.
On TUESDAY, the 20th instant, will bo sold, at 11 o'cloc
near the Old Custom House,
Those vnluablo throo-story BRICK STORES, Nos.
and 2, on the north side of South Atlantic Wharf stree
formerly occupied by Messrs. Rhott & Hobson.
These Stores, having entrances on both North ai
South Atlantic Wharf streets possess great advantage
for the storing of goods, and aro so well known as to i
cjuiro no further description.
Conditions-Ton thousand dollars cash; balance in on
two and three years; property to be insured and polir
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers. Novombcr 13
?__-,!/"_ A BOUNTY.-?ALL SOLDIERS WHO E
?It) J. UU LISTED In 1861, 1802, 1863, 1864 and ISO
a d servod two or threo years, or were discharged on s
count of wounds; and the widows, chUdrcn or parents
such soldiers who died in service,
CAN NOW OBTAIN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A
DITTONAL BOUNTY AND A TENSION.
All widows ihawing pensions are now entitled to an i
crease of two dollars per month for each child.
I have received official forms and instructions, and ct
scttlo theso claims without delay if claimant- will call
once. No fees required in advance.
Persons residing at a distance can havo the ncccssa
papora sont them on application by letter.
Address T. HURLEY,
U. 8. License- Claim Agent,
No. 160 Meeting stroet,
Charleston, 8. C.
WILL BE ADVANOED TO DRJCHAROED HOLDIE1
In sams of Two Dollars; and to families actua
Biitiering, n> larger advance wlU bo modo. Bounties
Orphans wiU bo COLLECTED WITHOUT CHARO
Seo Discharged Scldiert in another column of this pap
CARRIAGES FOR RAILROADS OR BOATS 0ALL1
for at all boon?. Word can bo left at MIL
B0?SI, PLANTERS' HOTEL, or at STABLES,
AB orders for Carrl-gos to attend FUNERALS, k
will be promptly attended to,
November l8 2 DEIOHEM ii BAKER
City Six Per Cent. Stock-South Carolina Rail
road Shares, at Auction.
it V JOHN S. HIGGS.
THIS DAY, tho lith irait., at 11 o'clock, al my Sales
KOOMI, cornur llroad and East Hay, will bo Bold,
TUB FOLLOWING AMOUNTS IN CITY SIX
I?I0U CENT. STOCK. ANO OTHER SE.
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX l'ER CENT.
FOUlt HUNDRED AND TEN DOLLARS CITY SIX TER
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX PUR CENT.
| SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX TER CENT.
TEN Hl'NDRED AND SEVENTY DOLLARS CITY SIX
j TER CENT. STOCK.
I ELEVEN HUNDRED AND .SEVENTY DOLLARS CITY
SIX TER CENT. STOCK.
! NINE (WHOLE) SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL
; TWO (HALE) SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
! FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN nOND OF SOUTH
CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Unlimited Securities received befara Bale.
Conditions cash. November 14
.Iules, Horses, Furniture, d-c. at Auction.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneer?,
No. ?7 Broad st.. South Side. Ncnr Stitt?- Hi.
THIS DAY, HUi luHtunt, at 10>i o'clock, lu front or thoir
Several MULES. HORSES, Carriages, Bugfrfc?, Fur
ni turc, Uno Revolvers, kc.
Furniture, Bannt, MUICB and Vehicles received op to
the hour of sale.
N. B_PartlcB desirous of availing themselves of our
Wednesday sales arc requested to notify us on Monday?
or Tuesdays if convenient. November l-l
Direct Importation from Cuba-250,000 choice Se
gtirs, Wine, Urandy, Rum, Guata JcUu, de.
BY CLIFFORD ?t MATHEW?S,
At store No. 71 En st Bay.
Will he sold THIS DAY. tho 14th instant, at 11 o'clock,
THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN AND FAVORITE
BRANDS OF 8EOARS, &c. :
25,000 INGEN EHIOS
10,000 Regalia do la Reina
3,000 Regalia Chica
10,000 Mcdi;i Regalia Rutanica
80,000 Media Conchas do Regalia
60,000 Media Regalia.
AU of tho above aro branded "YOUHR America," and
warranted hy F. Lopez k Co., Segar ManulUcturerB in
800 gallons SHERRY WINE, in caska from 15 to C2 gal
286 gallons Jamaica Rum, in casks from 22 to G2 gallone
100 gallons Brandy, in casks from 25 to 32 gallons each
12 half pipes best Catalonia (Claret) Wine, C2 gallons
CO bags Havana Smoking Tobacco, CO to 75 lbs. each
C boxes White Sugar, 480 to 500 lbB. each
1 box assorted Spanish Chocolate
12 cases Holland Gin, in bottles
200 dozen assorted Guava Marmalade and Jelly
0 kega Spanish Olives.
Will bo sold in lota to aalt purchasers, and articles te
be removed immediately after tho sale.
The abovo aro imported direct from Cuba, and the at
tention of dealers ia called to the samo.
jjyf-The Savannah Republican, Augusta Constitution
allst, Atlanta Intelligencer and Colombia Phoenix will in
Bort throo times, every other day, and send bill to C. k M
2b Arrive and for Sale.
BY L. BUNCH Si SON.
THIS DAY, the 14th inst., at 12 o'clock, at No. 50G Kin?
3 Cows and Calves
1 Donkey, well broke.
ALSO, TO CLOSE OONKIfirrvlKKT,
G COTTAGE BEDSTEADS
2 Parlor or Office Stoves
2 Cooking Stoves
A lot of OLD FURNITURE
1 Spring Mattress,
SST Our Evening Sales aa n snal, at 7 o'clock. Salt
dayB Wednesdays and Fridays. November 14
Extensive Stores, Lol and Residence on Businest
Part of East Bay.
BY CLIFFORD St MATIIEWES,
Real Estate Asenta, No. 31 1-3 Broad Street
On TUESDAY, 20th Novembor, at 11 o'clock, at the 01<
Custom Houso, will be sold,
All that well-known BUSINESS STAND and valu.i bl
LOT OF LAND, with tho extensive STORES and WARE
HOU8ES, Dwelling of aix rooms, and outbuildings there
on, known as No. 73 EAST BAY, being on the wea
side, between Trodd and Elliott streets, and extending
from East Bay to Bodon's Alley, with entrance from cacli
having a front on East Bay of thirty-eight feet cigb
inches, and a depth of three hundred and twelve feot ai
inches to Bodon's Alloy, and a width on the same of thii
ty-flve feet six lnchoa. The above location ia one of th
best for business on Eaat Bay. Possession of the Store
and Lot can bo given Immediately.
Terms.-One-half cash ; balance in three equal Insta'
monts of four, eight and twelve months, with intercBi
and Becurcd by bond and mortgage of tho property. Pm
chaser to pay CLIFFORD & MATHEWES for papers.
SIXTY FINE MULES FOR SALE.
The Kalmia Mills Company, having no further use fe
their Teams, will offer for sale (at thoir Works on th
South Carolina Railroad), eight inilet from August*
Ga., on the FIRST TUESDAY In December,
SIXTY (60) FINE MULES and TWO (2) HOR8E?
with LOG CART8, WAGON8, HARNESS, kc, kc.
Most of these Mules were brought from Kentucky lai
winter, and aro very superior animals; they aro all i
excellent order, after working hard the entire mimme
There Is no finer lot of Mules in tho country. Terms casi
BENJAMIN F. EVANS,
President Kalmla Mills.
mr Augusta Constitutionalist, Savannah Rep?blica]
Mac?n Telegraph, and Montgomery Advertiser, publis
daily till 25th Instant, and scud hill to this office.
llw'TED STATES SALES OF LAND IN SI
Li.SLENA PARISH, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Notli j is hereby given that at 10 o'clock A. M., on MOI
DJ. I, December 3d, I860, at the office of tho Unite
Stiles Direct Tax Commissioners, in Beaufort, Soul
Ci '.?lina, wo shall offer for sale, to the highest bl
de r (the minimum price being ton dollars an acre),
AU tho GOVERNMENT SCHOOL FARM8 (numbCH
fro'.u one to thirty-throe, inclusive) in St. Helena Pari?t
Beaufort District, State-aforesaid, each, either, entire, <
In two or more divisions, as tho Commissioners mt
deem expedient. Terms cash.
For further particulars, soo the notlco in the Charle
ton Courier, dated October lat, 1800.
WILLIAM HENRY BRISBANE,
W. B. WORDING,
United States Direct Tax Commissioners for Som
Carolina. November 13
AT PRIVATE BALE,
SMITH & M'GILLIVRAY.
No. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH SIDE, NEAR STATE STREET.
FIRST CLASS 8EA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
EXTEN8IVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORY
MILL SITES AND DELIGHTFUL 8?MMER RES
DENCES, In various parta of the Sauth.
DOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all sizes, prie
and descriptions, in every part of tho City.
September jfc_ wfm?mo
(FROM NEW ORLEANS,)
EESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS (
Charleston that ho has arrived and Is prepared
euro CORNS, BUNIONS, INGBOWING and DI8KAS1
NAILS, LAROE JOINTS, and aU diseases of tho hum
feet. His experience, in his profession of eleven vc
will guarantee successful troutmont, without pain
drawing blood. Ho may bo consulted at his office,
Mrs. FINNEY'8 BOARDING HOUSE, No. 100 King-?
from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M., and from 2 P. M. to 6 P. M. P
sons desiring his attention at their residences will bo i
commodated by giving ono day'a notlco
November 12 <
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Cm HALL, Novembor 0,18G6. I
ALI, PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TI
Burnt Districts and WSBUJ Places of tho City, r
der "An Act of the General AsBombiy, giving author
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceed in the m
ter of A Flro Loan, with a vlow lo aid in building np t
City anow," aro horoby notified that tho form of api
cation for loans can bo obtained at tho office of tho Clt
of Council, between tho hourn of 0 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications must he filed in tho above mcntioi:
office, as tho Committeo will meet every Monday to a
alder the same.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. SMITH,
November 10_Clerk of Council
TO PLANTERS AND ALL INTERESTED
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINT]
Agent for tho sale of tho HICK'S ENGINE, la n
prepared to execute orders at tho shortest notlco
Horno Powora from two to twonty-flvo. For giunli
hoisting, and Indeed for any purpose, this Engine
tho cheapest, simplest, moat durable, and requires o
half tho fUol of any other offerod for sale. AU Eugii
thoroughly tried before shipment, and warranted. I
further parUculxn, apply to the offloe, FRASE]
WHARF. T. L. BAGOT, ARcnl
October 16 xnwtlmi
Underwriters' Sale of Gunny Bagging, Sugar,
Cottee. Tin, <_c. Ac.
BY LAUttEY ?t ALEXANBER.
TO-MORROW, lflth instant, will bo sold in Houtli Atlan
tle Whnrf Stores, at 11 o'clock, on account of the Vu
dcrwrllcrH and nil concerned,
S3 bales GUNNY CLOTH
10 brigs Coffee
8 bbl?. ?SiiRiir
1?.'8 kits Mackerel
1 bbl. Lump Black
:i bbls. Lamp Black
1 bbl. Salt
17 boxes Tin
1 box Soda
:i bagH Coffee
l package Paper
lHli bundles Paper.
Damaged on board of bark-. On her voyage ironi
j Now York to New Orb ans, Bud pul into (his port ia dis.
Conditions mill. November 11
Estate Sate of Valuable Sea Maud Plantations sit
uated on Edislo Island- Rice Lands opposite Wil
ton, St. I'aurs Parish- Coll?n Lands on Toogoo
doo Creek, 81. Paul's Parish, in tin- State of South
Carolina, belonging to the late Ephraim ?V. Ihni
HY II. II. DcLTCON.
WiB be sold, at Public Auction, in tho I'itv of Chniienion
H. c. on WEDNESDAY, tho "iii or December, lw.r,, ?t
11 o'clock, at tho old Custom House, corner ol' Broad
and East Bay streets,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PLANTATIONS:
EDISTO ISLAND. ?\cnrii.
Seaside Plantation.300, more or lew
Residue of Hickory Hill.100, moro or les?
Wilson's.131, more orl j i
Palmetto.102, moro or les*
Shergoold. .168, moro or lesi
bhell nousc.1?0, more or test
Red House.:.150, moro or Ion
Seabrook'?. 164, more or ten
The above adjoin, and may be purchas
ed as one Plantation, containing in
nil.1320, more or les1
Babbitt. Point. 574, more or IORI
Laroche'B. 200, more or les
Little Edisto Place. 300, more or lesi
Total number of Acres on Edisto
Island.2100, more or lesi
St. Paul's Parish Cotton Plantation on
Toogoodoo. 600, more or lesi
St. Bartholomew's Parish Rico Planta
tion, opposite WUlon (R. L.).200, moro or lesi
Total amount of Land.3100, more or lesi
Terms-One-third cash ; balance In one and two years
secured by bond and mortgago of the premises.
THOS. H. WELLTNOHAM,
Trust?e of E. M. Baynard, doceased.
N. B.- Any information in relation to tho abovo ma
be obtained ft-oin WILLIAM WHALEY, Esq., Solicitor
No. 48 Broad street, Charleston, S. O, or H. H. DELEON
No. 22 Broad street. wf October 24
Comfortable Residence near South Battery.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE ?Si SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers aSc Real IS.tu te Agents
At Private Sale
A COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY WOODEN RES1
DENCE, situate in King street a few doors from SoutI
Battery, and known by tho number "28." The Hous
contains five square rooms, besides two attics and pantry
On the premises are Carriage House, Kitchen, Ac. Tin
Lot measures 70x181, more or less. For particulars ap
ply as above, at No. 68 EAST BAY STREET.
November 14 wl_
One of the most Valuable Mills, tcith Wharves At
tached, in the City of Charleston.
BY A?-ONZO J. WHITE Si SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers, Si Real Estate ?.gents
At Private Sale
One of the most valuable MILLS, driven by lb
heaviest steam power, and most approved machinery
adaptable for any manufactory, with wharves attached
In the City of Charleston.
For particulars apply as abovo at office
No. 58 EAST BAY.
November 14 wf2
Slock. Fixtures and Good Wills of tioo Establish
ments at Private Sale.
BY SMITH at McGILLIVIlAY,
No. 27 Broad Street, Near State Street.
One WHOLESALE AND RETAH? GROCERY AND LI
One DRUG STORE.
Both of these ore on our principal business Btreets.
November 14 3
Coll?n and Rice Plantation in St. Pauls Parisl
at Private Sale.
BY SMITH Si MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Batate Brokers, So. 87 Broad Street
At Private Sale
A PLANTATION of 2300 acres, of which 200 und?
fence, 600 acres cleared cotton and rice land, quartei
for forty laborers, barn, stables, gin, press, and all n
qnisite outbuildings; SOO of good pasture land, balanc
A PLANTATION in the same Parish, eight miles froi
Charleston and Savannah Railroad, fifteen miles from ti
dly. 3000 acres, 1000 cleared, balance well wooded, di
acres cleared Rice land, backed by extensive an
never nilling reservoirs. 400 acres finest Sea Island Co
ton Lands under fence, fine now dwelling and sixte?
double negro houses. Large cotton house, with stem
engine, which drives gins for any ataplo of cotton.
TWO FARM8 on Edist ? Island, one of 30 ncroB, near
all cleared-settled place. Another of 62 acres, 29 dca
ed, balance wooded-primo cotton lands adjacent. Co
be Bold together. SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY,
November 12 No. 27 Broad street.
Farms, Rice and Cotton Plantations.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY, .
No. 27 Broad street, Real Estate Brokers.
At Privato Sale or to Lease
A FARM, 5 miles from the city, on the Ashley; go<
A FARM, 13 miles norn city, on South Carolina Ra
A PLANTATION, hear Parker's Ferry, on Edisto Rive
1600 acres cotton and rice : good ectlement.
A LARGE AND VALUABLE PLANTATION on Join
Island, on the Kiawah River.
A LARGE AND VALUABLE PL?_NT?VTION on Jamt
Island, opposite Lcgorevillo.
For particulars apply to
SMITH k MoGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 27 Broad street.
November 12 mwf_
Small Houses in Hanover and Nassau-streets
BY SMITH St MCGILLIVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 37 Broad-street, near State-street.
2 HOUSES with good Lots, in Hanover-atreet
1 House in Nassau-street, east side, next north
For terms, apply as above. October 30
Furniture, Horses, Veliicles, &c" al Auction.
BY SMITH St MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 37 Broad street, soutli side, near Sta
Sales of FURNITURE, Ac, at privato residence, i
tended to at modorato charges.
Auction every WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEHICLE
FURNITURE, be, at hob-past 10 o'clock, at our office.
BY^a?N_"r*nHO Y LB.
At Private Sale
A NEW FLAT BOTTOM SLOOP, capoblo of can
ing 25 Cords Wood. WU1 bo sold low.
Apply as above, at No. 1 STATE STREET
Novombcr 12 S
Desirable City Resiliences.
BY JACOB COHEN ?St CO.
At Privato Halo
All that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story wood
DWELLING thereon, situatod on the south side of Spri
street, known as No. 71, measuring 72 feet front by 1
feet lu depth. The house contains four (4) square roon
pantry and dressing room, with double piazzas and (.
fixtures complote. Ou tbo lot 1H a drtern, a two-stc
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and all ncccssa
AH that LOT OF LAND, with a two and o half tat
wooden DWELLING thereon, situated at tho southwi
corner of Queen and Trap mann stree IH, measuring 4G I
9 indien in front on Queen street by 160 feet on Trapmn
street. The liomin contains four (4) square rooms, pi
try, dressing room ond throo finished gnrrct rooms, w
daub' * piazzas and goa fixtures complete. On tim lol
a ctr' ., a two-story tallied and plastered wooden kit?
on nu.? all necessary outbuildings.
For term apply an above, at
November 7 wfm3 No. 40 EAST BAY, up stairs
Wholesale Liquor Store and Sample Room.
BY 1VM. M. PEbOT,
No. ?na (In the Bend) King street.
At Prlvito Bale
A WHOLES ALE LIQUOR STORE and SAMPLE ROO
on East Bay. near tho Old Custom House. Tho ont
Clock and 8toro Fixtures wlB bo Rold, on moderate n
accommodating terms to an approved purchaser. T
is s popular business house, having a good run of c
tom. ihn Store will bo leased to tho purohasor of I
BY WM. Bl. 1'EI.OT,
No. SS? (In the llcud) IClng street.
At Pr?vale Sale
Tho fast-sailing Yacht "WASSIE," launched July 4
I860. Length 36 feet, by -1 feet 4 inches breadth of boa
well found in Sails. Oar., Anchors, ka has a Centre K
and ?raws only 4 inches light, and will carry 10 bs
Cotton. Price ?5260, cash. *
For further parUculars apply an above
NO. 06'J KING STREET.
November 10 0 At my Office, up stain
Mahogany, Logwood and Fustic, on Account of
whom it may Concern.
HY J. A. EN BLOW Si CO.
THIS DAY, the 14th instant, will ho sold, by Public
Auction, at South Dry Dock Wharf, at 11 O'clock,
1U logs MAHOGANY
XV! tons Logwood
40 tons Fuite.
i Damaged ou board tho French hark "Muzailau,- H.
1 Fawn master, which put into this port in dillie?! whilst
on her intended voyage from Isle of Carmen to Havre,
i and sold for account or whom it may concern, by rccoui.
inondation ol the rortuardcusaud by order oi UM Froud?
Consul. Nov.-mbor 14
HY R. ?tt. MARSHAL!?
1 THIS DAY, lilli instant, at 10'i o'clock, will he HOlil lv.
fore my nile? room, No. 33 Broad etroi t.
, One SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSE
One largo Muk
I Ouo Mule ami Cart
(lue On? Saddle Nug
An mortiurnt of Furnitur*
one handKomo BRUSSELS CARPET, with Hu;-.
j November 14
UNDER UECREE IN EQUITY.
Sampsons & llaUltoinzs, Ronmil.
Will be sold, under the direction of tho undersigned, at
, the Old CtiatOtD House, in this city, TO-MORROW,
| tbe UHh day of Nov? mber, 18C6, at 11 o'clock,
1. All tliat LOT OF LAND situate on the north side of
Broad street, in tin; city of Charleston, bounding to th^
j north on land now or late of Lewis Trapmann ; lo the oast
; on lund now or late ol' Benjamin 11. Rutledge; to the
| ', Routh on Broad street ; and to tim west on laud now or
i lato of IJ.IIFI Trapniaim, measuring and containiiii; in
. front on Broud strict fifty (50) feet, by ono hundred and
1 j forty-seven (117) feet in demil from north lo south.
I 2. All that LOT OF LAND situate on tho south sido ol
j ' Short street, in tho city of Charleston, bounding to th?
north on Short street, to the ca?-t on land now or late ol'
1 estate of Mrs. Holme; to tho south nu land of estate ol'
: John lionne 11. and to tho west ou lund now or late ol
| Lewis Trapmann, measuring in front on Short Btreetflfty
. ! (50) feet six (0) inches, hy eighty-two (h2| feet in depth.
A All that LOT OF LAND, with the Dwelling House
and improvement? thereon, situate in the town of Black
ville, in Barnwell District, containing 4 24-100 acres, mon:
or less, hounded on tho north hy South Boundary street;
on the cast and -?nulli by lands of estate of li. Larliguo,
i and on tho weet by Um BarnwoU Rood.
* j Terms-One-third cash; balance lu three equal sueers
j slve annual instalments, with interest from day of sole,
' payable annually, secured by boud of the purchaser?
and mortgago ol' the premises. Building to be insured
? j and policy assigned. Purchasers te pay for papors.
IfSf Barnwell Sentinel wiU please copy once.
? JAMES TUPPER.
?I ?Tuvoni'jur 14 sluthn Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Macbeth et ux vs. Hume, Trustee, el at.
TUESDAY, the 27th of November at 11 o'clock, A.M.,
will he sold near tho Old Custom House,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND on the caBt sido of New
street, in the city of Charleston, known in Purcell's plat
of Henry Middleton'* lands an No. 27, measuring and
containing in front on New street 40 feet 3 inches; on
back or cast linn 40 feet; on the north Uno 16G foot, and
on the south Uno 163 feet 8 inches. Bounding to tho
weat on Now street; to tho cast on land late of
Turnbull; to the north on land of Mrs. Mary Penna!, and
to the west on lot No. 28.
ALL THAT OTHER LOT in New street adjoining th?
ahovo to the south, and known In PurceU'B plat aa No.
28, measuring in fronton New street 40 feet 3 inches;
on tho back or east line 40 feet 0 Inches; on the north
Uno 153 feet 8 inches, and on the south Une ICI foot.
Bonnding to the west on Now street; to (he east on land
late of-Turnbull; to the north on lot No. 27, and
to tho south on No. 29, the property of estate of A. 8.
A plat of the ahovo two lots can be seen at my office.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable in one, two,
three, four and five years, secured by bond and mort
gaco of the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
?".".* J. W. GRAY,
November 14 vraltul Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EttllTY.
Schipman vs. Freeman.
On THURSDAY, tho 0th December next, at 11 o'clock A.
M., will be sold, under the direction of the undersign
ed, in front of the Old Custom Houso,
AU that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND, belong
ing to the Estate Of Bonj. Freeman, deceased, sltjdil? ?i
that part of the Electoral District of Berkcloy formerly
known as the Pariah of Christ Church, containing two
tracts-tho first called Cat Island, and the second Palmet
to Point-and containing in tho aggregate C75 acres of
high land, exclusivo of a large quantity of marah land.
The said Plantation lies at the confluence of Wando
River and Guerin'B creek, in the said Pariah of Christ
TOIXDB-Ono-fourth cash; balance payable in four equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bonds of the
purchaser and mortgage of tho premises. Purchaser to
pay for papers. J. W. GRAY,
November 14 wsOthl Master in Equity.
At Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWKS,
No. 311-3 Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS WATER-POWERS. 8UMMER
RESORTS, Ac, kc, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTS
in every part of tho city. 3mo September 21
Sea Island Cotton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD Si Jil A THE AVE S,
Real Estate Agent?, No. 311-2 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
RICHFIELD PLANTATION, on John's Island, near
Brick Houso; 626 acres, 400 cleared. This plantation is
near tho sea, and the lands productive and well adapted
for Cotton, Rice and Provisions.
November 7 m wf C
Sea Island Colton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD Si SIATHEWES,
Real Estate Agenta, No. 31 y_ Broad street.
At Private 8ale
BRICK HOUSE PLANTATION ON JOHN'S ISLAND,
well known for it? productiveness, aa tho crop of cotton
now being harvested will show. It contains 0G0 acres of
high land, COO of which are cleared; the balance heavily
timbered with livo oak and other mixed timber, admira
bly adapted for One finishing work; a good landing for
vessels, offers great facilities for shipment of lumber. At
tached is a body of marsh, valuable for manuring cotton.
Plantation healthy to reside on winter and summer. On
it ia a large and handsome BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
of eleven rooms, exclusive of basements, with outbuild
ing?, and a large Engino House and Steam Engine The
drainage facilities of tho above place are of the best, ren
dering it very Bafo for cotton planting. Lawn and other
grounds about the Residence highly ornamented and im
proved formerly. wfmO November 7
Estate Sale-Plantation in St. Andrew's Parish.
BY LOUIS D. DcMAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, in St. Andrew's Parish,
about flvo miles from Charleston, on the Stono River, op
posite to John's Island. The tract contains about 07C
acres of land, about 725 of which a?o high land_tho
balance morah land. Excellent crops of Boa Island Cot
ton havo boen mado upon the placo for Bevcral years.
About 400 acres of tho land are cleared and adapted to
the culturo of Cotton and Provisions, and about 31 to
Rice. The place is planted this year, and bos a fair crop
For particulars apply to
November 7 wrmU No. 23 BBOAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE OF THE STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, 8. C.
At Private Salo
The Commissioners of tho Stoto Works at Greenville,
8. O, offer at Private sale
THE REAL ESTATE OF SAID WOUK8.
Tho Tract of Land containa twenty acres, and is situ
ated one mun and ft third from the Court Houso at
GrconvUlo, 8. 0., having the Andoreon road on ono aide
and tho GrceuvUle and Columbia Railroad on the other.
A branch track from tho railroad runs into the premises.
About twelve acres of the land ia enclosed with a high
and cloao bntten fence, and within the cnclosuro aro
THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS, VIZ
OFFICE, l8 by 10 fcot; 3 finished rooms, 2 fireplaces.
MAOHINE SHOP, 60 by 200 feet, with brick basement,
and Boiler House attached, and CO feet Chimnoy and
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, with Boiler nous'
and Drying Houso attached, and 60 feet Chimney and
BLACKSMITH SHOP, CO by 100 feet, with 17 Forges.
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, with two Cupolas, Air Fur
nace, Oven and Chimney.
BRASS FOUNDRY, 20 by 30 feet, with Carola, double
Furnace and Chimney.
CARPENTER SHOP. 60 by 100 feet, on brick piUara,
with Engine Houso atbichod.
SmaURLACKSMITH SHOP, SO by 22 feet, with double
PATTERN HOUSE, ono aitd a half story, 20 by 40
STOREROOM, 23 by 60 foet, on brick pillars,
STOREROOM, 23 by 60 feet, on brick piUars
SMOKEHOUSE, l8 by 40 foot
CORN CRIB, 12 by 21 foot.
SrfED, 25 by 70 foot
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, 8TABLE, FODDER
WELL HOUSE, l8 by 20 foot.
8maU ENGINE HOUBE.
Terms-A credit of one and two yea?, in equal instal
ments, with interest from dato, on approved pomonal
security, mortongo of tho promises, and assigned insur
ance! qf tho building. ?
"Pi?0 H? .ovo,rtl ?n?ll Buildings on too promisee
onteldoofthoencloeuro, which willbe sold for cash, to
bo removod from the premiaos.
For farther information apply to
"."?__ O. J. ELFORD,
Secretary to Oommicaloners State Works,
October 16 mwf GroonvUlo, S. C,