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THUBSDAi MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 18CC.
LARGEST iii IN. THE STATE.
L?RMST OKOJlaTlON lu THE CITY.
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MA1NING in UMS Posto-Roe at ti??
Glitl of" CUOh weolc i*s pilblinUoit ?illi
eiully in T II ?_. r> A. II?Y 1ST 20 "W ?
every PViiluy morning;?
LOCAL I\I ATTIC HS.
TnE WEEKLY NEWS.- Tlie weekly edition ol' Tui:
Nnws will bo rojjulnrly issued every Sunday
morning, and will contain all the latcat telegraphic
nowa, the latest ehip and commercial nowa, as
well as a great variety of in'.oro3?,ing reading mat
tor. All pensons in the city desirine* it left at their
houses, will please hand in theil- names ?tour
office. Advertisers will do well to take advantago
of the large circulation of this issue, ne wo will
continue to scad a largo number of copies through-*
out tho country gratis, until our subscription list
shall roach a satisfactory number.
AT A salo ai auction yesterday, by Mr. Jon.v 8.
RIGGS, tho following prices wore realized ;
City Rix poj- Cent. Stock sold for-70.
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Shares-51U,
South Carolina Railroad Six por Cent, -omis-??2.
Suoo.ixo STAUS.-For the past few nights the
community have been on the qui vice for tho grand
celestial burst, and have slept very lightly in order
that ?.hey might not miss tho show. On Tuesday
night the residonts of Laurens Btreetworo aroused
by tho report of two pistol shot? in that vicinity^
Windows wero hastily thrown up, and, from every j
home, faces wore turned heavenward, thinking tho j
noise was occaeionod by a meteor. Tho stars on j
earth knew better, and skirmished around after j
the nocturnal sportsmen, but thoy had vanished,
and tho disconsolate galera and the discomfited
stars retired in uumitigatod disgust.
TABLEAUX VIVANTS AND MUBICAL SOIREES.-We
understand that, in addition to the Tableaux Vi-1
vants, which aro now in preparation by tho ladies
of St. Mary's Church, to commen?a on nest Tues
day, 20th inst., at the Hibernian Ilall, and continue
for three nights, they contemplate, also, having a
serios of Soirees Musicales, m which they will be
assisted by some of the best professional and
amateur talent in the city. From what we havo
heard at tho rehearsal, and tho programme se
lected, we can vouch that " rich troat ii in store !
for the lovers of sweet sounds, recalling the palmy
dayB of the Philhormonio Society.
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-On Tuesday morning
several gentlemen who had missed the trip of
the Gen. Hooker to Edisto, took passage from
Moroland'e Wharf in a row boat belonging to
Simon Jenkins (colored). Ono of the party, named
J. J. -IOFSTETT-B, had a musket with him which
he loaded on tho trip in order to shoot nome birds.
When the boat stopped for water and dinner, he
placed this gun in the bottom of the boat. After
they had again started, Mr. H. volunteered to
assist in bailing the boat. While ongagod in this
work his foot must have caught the hammer, for
an explosion occurred, and the whole load was dis
charged in his breast. The unfortunate man roso i
from his scat exclaiming "I am shot," and almost I
instantly expired. Tho boat immediately returned j
to the city and reported tho facts. Mr. HOFSTET- J
TEB'B funeral took place yesterday.
AUBIVAL OF EM-OBA-TS.-Tho Bremen bork Eoer
hardl Delius, which carno into this port yesterday
from Bremen, brought one hundred and filly pas
sengers. Thoy havo como out to this country at
the request of frionds who have preceded them.
A portion of them will remain in the city, while
others, it is thought, will go into the country.
MoBt of thom possess the usual robust and healthy
appearance that characterizes tho emigrants from
the Fatherland, and they will no doubt prove a
valuable addition to our population. Tho E. D.
also brings a considerable assortment of general
merchandise, consigned to several prominent mer
I. O. 0. F.-Dr. JOHN H. HONOTJB, Jr., has hoon
appointed Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge
of South Carolina, by M. W. G. M. DUBYEA, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of P. G.
The Independent Order of Odd FellowB is ono of
those numerous charitable associations that have
thoir organization? scattered throughout the
world, and add to tho obligations of human broth
erhood the ties of a Beeret fellowship. As a means
for tho practico of that virtuo which covereth a
multitude of sin?, it ia unsurpassed, and wa are
glad to learn that tho Order in this city is rapidly
regaining the flourishing condition which dis
tinguished it before tho war.
ALMOST A FOUHDLINO.-Yesterday an infant of
fair complexion and boautiful, sparkling oyeB, was
loft on the pavement in Hayno Btreot, in front of
the store of Ileura. GEO. AV. WILLIAMS it Co. It
wos discovered by ono of tho mombers of that
firm, and taken into the storo to protect it from
the cold. It waa hid upon a sdTa, in as comforta
ble a position as a parcel of men knew how to put
it, while a consultation was held as to future
proceedings, and various surmises wero. made
regarding tho roason of so strango an abandon
ment. Further discusaion on tho subject was,
howevor, soon rendered unnecessary by tho ap
pearance of a colored girl, who claimod to bo tho
nurso of tho child, and Baid Bhe had just put it on
tho sidewalk for a minute, while she went off a
short distance to attend to somothing else.
UNITED STATES DisnucT COUBT, Novomber 14.
Court met at 11 A. M., Hon. GEO. S. BEVAN presi
ding. The time was occupied the whole morning
in considering tho caso of tho Rogers' Locomotive
and Machin? Works vs. I. W. IIATHB, E. SEDRINO,
and JNO. E. CABBW, of South Carolina. On mo
tion of McBHis. SIMON TON & B?BKEB, solicitors ol
the Charleston and Havannah Itflilroad, and of C.
li. MILES, Esq., for I. W. HA VUE and others, it ie
ordorod that the complainants do givo Bocurity hi
a sufficient amount to cover tho coate of tho de
fendants namo'l in this order.
In re JNO. 8. BYAN el aL, petitioners in above
caso.-On motion of the solicitors of tljo petition
ers, it is ordered that thoy have leave to plead,
answer, and demur to tho bill of the complainant ii,
and that thoy do BO togother. In tho samo caso,
on motion of Gen. MAIITIN, it is ordered that thoy
have leave to nn.wor tho bill by adding tho
prayer for injonction In tho prayer for procoas.
FOB3 FOB THE Winr?_B.-Ladies in need of those
indispensable articlos of wintor oostnme, will do
well to call on Mr. 0. H. JOHNSON, *?vho has Juat re
ceived a largo os-ortmont, at No. 260 King-street.
MATOB'S COTJBT, Novonibor 14.-An obstreperous
drayman, who would nob listen to reason, but in
sisted in obstructing tbo gangway of a wharf, was
brought to his senses by a ?lno o? |5.
iHrael Stewart (colorod) was caught witt) liis
hands in a til). Ho liad only abstracted $1, but
tbo crhuo was tbo same, and Israel was ?..nided
over to a magistrate.
Alexander Hamilton, a comely darkey, was
charged with stealing promiscuously from his cm- |
plover. He had only been there five clays, but had
token moro than could h&Vu bought him in old]
times. Lieut. HENDIIJCKS and bia Satelliten took
Alie in hand, and ii any ono can effect ? restora
tion they are. the ones-.
A curious ease wa<< presented of a man standing j
in tbo porch of St. Michael's Church and deliver- j
?tig .-in impress ive sermon lo a motley audience, j
Ho was escorted across th<3 street, end his hroatli
not smelling like otto of roses, ho was juggod. |
His excuse was that ho had been slung by a bung
and was demoralized, and his appearance in a
moorara justified it, for be shivered liko an aspen
leaf. AB ho wanted to go to Baltimore, he was de
tained until tbo boat sailed.
Two sons of old Neptune indulged in a sparring
match in Elliott street after they had takon several
drinks. They professed to bo strangers to our cus
toms, and did not know that street sprees were un?
lawful. By relieving thoir pockets of f-j each, I
they were considerably enlightened.
A country darkey, who had never heard of the |
Bureau, was found trying to soil a cow for four;
dollars. Ho said that some one he had worked for j
owed bin some money, and not boing ablo to ob
tain it, he had driven oil a cow that ho found near
the Northeastern Railroad Depot and tried to dis
pose of it. Ho was perfectly cool and candid in
his statement, and seemed to think whatever bia
Honor" said was right, for be assented lo every
A fair Emeral 1er, who was by no moans a gem
of the sea, was brought up, for about tbo fortieth
time, drunk and disorderly. Sho tried to weep
and to faint, but couldn't ^omo it. and, though sho
bogged hard to bo sent to the hospital, a little
wholesonio punishment was thought to be more
salutary, and she was fined l8 or fivo days.
A man who was propolling a cow through the
stroets by pulling on tbo tail was arTOBtcd, but he
did not wish his fun stopped, and be would not go for
some time. He said tho cow had boo'iod a lady,
and ho did not want to rip off tho tail or to injure
the animal, bnt only to get it out of the way. He
was allowed time to provo this statement.
David Mooro (colored) was caught tearing down
a fence and carrying it off. When arrested he
ofiorcd tho policeman a pistol to let him so. The
pistol was confiscated, and David consigned to cap
THE BALL.-The German Fire Engine Company,
like other human and mundane institutions, hav
ing waxed old, was fortunate enough to find with
in itself the elements of rejuvoncscence. To the
unwearied efforts of the publicrspiritod Mr. JOHN
Auiiins tho reorganization of this gallant corps
was mainly due. Ono of tho reforms introduced
was a change of investment; whereas tho old uni
form was bluo, fringed with red, the new is Bice
versa. The boy H in blue not being in Bpeoial favor
with tho fair BOX, the Teuton gallants wisely show
the British colors, and now aro red coats all; and a
splendid appearance they mado in their now uni
forms. To seal tho compact and consecrate the
now fireman's coat, of course nothing so fit as a
-ball. Tho usual hospitalities woro extended
to the ProsB, etc. The presidents of all the Uro
engine companies in the city wore invited, and
evory company was represented. The hall was
full of merry dancere. The wet evening could not
throw the least damper upon these ardent spirits.
Under the inspiriting musio of Moi.t.r.n's far
famed band, all went merry as a marriage bell.
Though tho dancers .wore many, and the hall
crowded, every thing waB in perfect order, and
tho committee merit much credit. Messrs. J. H.
ALBEHS, J. J. BonoEn, N. C. LuDim, D. MULLER
and J. ENGEL discharged their duty well.
At the ghostl., hour of midnight, tho entire as
semblage formed into an orderly procossion and
marched to-supper, to the hall down stairs,
where this invasion had been anticipated and pro
vided for. Messrs. WULBHRN te STELLING (next south
of Hibernian Hall) were the caterers, and never be
fore havo we seen as fine a ball ?upper in that Hall.
That it was well sorvod, our readers will know at
once when we toll them that the vigilant and agile
8am. DaCosta, of Mills House fame, was ready to
supply every want of ovory guest.
Long Uve the Gorman Pire Engine Company 1
Long livo thoir worthy and popular President,
Mr. STEBTMF.BMANH 1 And when tboy give their
boll next summer, on tho arrival of their new
steam engine, may we bo there to-soo.
AUCTION SALTS.-The auction salea, by Messrs'
LAUBES & ALEXAMDSB, which we inadvertently an
nounced to como off yesterday, will take place
THIS DAY. See advertisement.
A Bira? TO SING THE TIME OF DAV.-One of .the
most complete jewelry establishments in thiB citj
ia that of Mossrs.ALLAN it, SIDDONS, NO. 307 King
stroct. Tbo variety and excellence of their steel
will appeal' on the first reading of their advertise
ment in another column. Among tho many valua
ble and attractive articles which they havo or
hand is a splendid dook, containing, in addition te
tho usual works, automatic mnohinory, by meant
of which a beautiful little bird is made to leap on
tho top of tho clock and sing pretty tunes as the
chime sounds tho difforont hours. Mossrs. ALLAI.
& SIDDONS will take ploosuro in showing it to visit
LA CRIOLITA.-Everybody is aworo that tho abovi
namo is genuino Spanish, and that the segara soli
by Jose JAIIA havo tho samo nationality. To smok<
one of his high-flavored Havanna is to forgot tin
caroB and sorrowa of this lifo-to forgot politics-1<
cease to bother about tho un-constitutional amend
mont, and to hopo and believe that all the efforti
of the Radicals to keop us out of tho Union wil
end in-smoko. JOSE has such Bogara on band
His stock io largo, lus pipes aro good, his tobaoc<
do. Soo advertisement and give him a call.
THE LEGISLATURE.-WO aro requested by th<
Prcaidout of tho Senate, and tho Speaker of th<
? IIouso of Representatives, to state that tho Housoi
ovor whioh they rsspeetivoly prosido will asecmbh
! and bo called to order at 7 P. M., on Monday, th<
No hour being named by the Constitution, thii
has boon Boleeted, as it is believed to bo tho mon
convoniont and agrooablo to tho mombors of botl
branches of the Genoral Assembly.
Charleston, Novombor 12,1806. G
THE CHAHUBSTON HOUSE.-To ladies purchasinj
dry gooda for thoir country friends, Mosars. Brou,
i WEBB fc Co. will guarantee to furnish them with i
larger variety to seloet from than any houeo in th
city; aleo, to Bell all articles at oa low pricos as tbo;
can bo hod onywhorp. Will furnish packing casee
any B?KC, free of chargo; will toko apodal caro ii
packing and shipping any orders entrusted to them
and will assaro all that will omll at thoir store o
.fury oooommodation and every attention. .
Dry Goods, Clothing, &c.
THI8 DAY, tho 15th instant, at 10 o'uloek, I will pell, ot
roy Store, corner of King and Liberty ?trecls,
A LARGE AND WELL bELECTED STOCK OF SEA
SONABLE DEY OOODH, CLOTHINO, Ac, Just received
by Btcam-hipa Andalusia and E. I). Homler. Stile posi
?oonR OPEN ron INPI'F.CTION THIS ?AT:
Pieces BLACK ?SILK
Pieces Whit? Velvet
Pieces Black Alpaca- si'k warp
PlCCCB Blue and Purple Merino
Pieces Scotch Tweed mid EogUsli Broadcloth
Pieces All-Wool I'nKHimoro and Cc-fcdcrato Grey
Pinces, I'lrd's-eyn Diaper mid Pani-slc
Pieces White Pin! mi ami Farmer's Joan
Places Kc-ituc'iy Jem and Printed .Sitiue!.-?.
Pieces Red, Yellow, Uluo unit White Fl-miiel
Brown Cotton FtsntuM. Brown Uomeoun, Long-loth,
Irish Einen, Figured Dclainps. Di-Rogi*. Popliuct, Brown
ttud Elue Den-its, Clo-hiug, Tii:'.iiUi*. While Drilled Jeans,
Dozmn Brown and firey DJ-IKEETR. P.nid Loo_
Wool Shawl?, _0O dozen Ladiivs", Gents' noa ?Misses' AS
eorted Hosiery, ?Jonia-tn, Nubias*, Woretod .Scurfs, Balino
rnl Skirts, Ikiop Skirta, 20 to 10 t-?rlnf;?; Einen 'Pablo
Cloths and Towels, Grecian llnir Coils, Gingham, Uni
brellss, No. 10 Cotton Canin. Kilniaruoc- Capo, &c.
QentH" Si-nlsklu OVERCOATS, CAR.SIiMP.RE and
TWEED SACKS, Cus-iincrc and Satinet Punts, kc.
On FRIDAY, the 10th insUmt, I will Boll, 50 casen
BOOTS AND SHOES,
COMPBISIHO IN PAIIT:
Cnscs MEN'S CALF BOOTS, Culf, Kip, Wax BroganH
and Balmorals. Ladies' Lasting Congress and Balmoral.?,
and a varied assortment ol' Misse.-)' und Children's Shoe?.
Particulars on day ol' talc.
Terms cash. _ 2 November 1C
Desirable Furniture, sold on account of a Family
XV. Y. LEITCH & It. 8. Bl-UMS,
Will bo sold THIS DAY, the 15th instant, iu Smith
Btrcet, two dooi e from Colboun, at 10 o'clock,
The entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE o? a family de
CONHI8TINQ IN TART OF :
BEDSTEADS, Bureaus, Cribs, Marble. Top StnndP,
Carpet?. Maltings, Clocks, Hair Spring Mattresses, Sofa
Bottomed and Cane Chairs, Tabica, Book COBO, Hat Rack,
Volvct and Hair Seated Sofa?, Whnt-Notn, Looking
Gle.ree, Cooking Stove and Range.
A large assortment of CROCKERY, worthy the atten
tion of houso-oepcre.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed on day of
cale. tuwthC November IS
Lois in Upper Wards.
BY JACOB CO.IEN Si CO.
Will he eold THIS DAY, 15th instant, at 11 o'clock, at
th.. north of tho Exchange,
Ono EOT OF LAND at tho southwest corner of Coming
and Line street-, measuring 35 feet front by 120 feet deep.
One LOT on northeast corner of Rose Lane and Bo
gart! etrcct, 36 feet front by 00 foct In depth.
One EOT adjoining tho above, measuring 31 feet front
by 92 feet in depth.
Terms cash. Purchaser- to pay -3 for papers.
November I? tuthsrnw?if,
Desirable Residence in Stirinq Street.
BY .TACOB COHEN Si v O.
On TUESDAY, 20th November, at 11 o'clock A. M., at
the north of the Exchange, will bo sold, without re
?AU that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story wooden
DWELLING thereon, situated on the south side of Spring
street, known an No. 71, measuring 72 feet front by 172
feet in depth. The house contains four (4) square rooms,
Santxy and dressing room, with do.bin piazzas and gas
xture- complote. On the lot ifi a elstern, a two-story
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and all ncccssary
Terms-One-third (}-,) cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by mortgage of the property. Promises
to bo kept insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
poy us for papers. November 13
Lard and Strips.
BY II. Si A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tho ICth inst., will bo sold, at our Store,
Ne. 90 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
10 TUBS PURE LEAF LARD
21 kegs Extra Loaf Lord.
230 BACON STRIPS.
Conditions cash. November 15
Positive Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
BY It. Si A. P. CALDWELL.
On TUESDAY, the 20th Ins taut, will be sold, at 11 o'clock,
near the Old Custom House,
Thoso valuable __rec-Btory BRICK STORES, Nos. 1
and 2, on the north side of South Atlantic Wharf street,
formerly occupied by Monars. Rbett b Robson.
These -toroa, having entrances on both North ami
South Atlantic Wharf streets possess great advantages
for the storing of goods, and are so well known as to re
quire no further description.
Conditions-Ton thousand dollars cash; balance in one,
two and three years; property to be insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers. November 13
<_-1AA BOUNTY.-ALL 80LDD-R8 WHO EN
MpJLUU LISTED In 1801, 1802, 1803. 1804 and 1806,
aud eerved two or throe years, or wore discharged on ac
count of wounds; and the widows, children or parents oi
such soldiers who died in service,
CAN NOW OBTAIN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AD
D_TION?_L BOUNTY ?AND A PENSION.
All widows drawing pen nions are now entitled to an in
crease of two dolhu<s per month for each child.
I have received official forms and instructioiiB, and can
settle these claims without delay if claimants will coll al
once. No fees required in advance.
Persons residing at a distance can have the neccasary
papers Bent them on application by letter.
Address T. HURLEY,
U. S. Licensed Claim Agent,
No. 100 Meeting street,
Charleston, 8. C.
October 30 Ino
TWENTY BAGS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE
WAJUtANTED CUBA GROWN, OVER TWO YEARf
OLD, and to have been fifteen months in the poi:
before being shelled. For sale by
A. J. GONZALES, No. 73 East Bay.
November 10 5
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 118 EAST BAY Tt
CENTRAL WHARF (first wharf below tho market)
where they will be pleased to see their friends and pa
trous. lmo October 27
B. E. SCREVEN. DOUGLAS NISBET
SCREVEN & NISBET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE
Purchase ana .Uwins, of Cotton, Rice, &c
OFFICE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, corner of Un
alloy leading to Vendno Range. (Entrance, on whai
or Rango.) November 12
COTTON AND CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU
VIAN GUANO. AT LESS THAN HALF TH1
COST. Barrels 250 pounds cacti ; eight to the ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION iVHA?tF. CUhiXUSHTOtJ, 8. C.
"CARRIAGES, DOGGIES, HARNESS, ETCT
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Jost received at the Warorooms of
R. W. GALE & CO.,
Nos. 45 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET.
November 14 S
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, PHRI
NOLOOY AND PHYSIOGNOMY-four of the mos
sublime Sciences that can occupy the human mind-ha
located at No. 91 BROAD STREET. eooond door fror
King street. She g1 vca a general Invitation to all who de
?Ire to consult on business of Importance. Thora Ia m
question wMoh m.-?y not bo accurately -nsworod, am
muoh misery avoldod by a timely Inquiry of this St ure
Autrology. She pOMOMc* a magnolia power of hoaline
*_d deecribe. all dlaoaacf?, and tell? them at once whethe
K I? curable, and save many dallara. _ .
Dry doods, Mi'Jineru Ooods. Jr.
BY Jf. Si XV. KNOX.
THIS DAY, al lu o'clock A. M., at their Salee Booms. NO.
138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hob-1, will be
ASSORTED I)BY GOODS,
FRENCH MEKINOEK, COBUHGS. Black anil Colored '.
. Alpaca?, Handkerchief?, Hosiery, NccU Tir?, Crimean
Sturts, Mum anil Paper Collara, Tlircail, Combs, but- '
MILLINERY OOODS. CONSISTINU OF :
1 BLACK ANO WHITE ILLUSION, Bobine!. Doited
? Hol)i-'it, Tarleton, l-lorcnoe, Quilling?, Black and Willie
1 Bloado Edging* Whislior Bionik?. Flowers, Linen, Hobt- i
I net, tidgtugn and Lacen, Linen Tlircail do., Valcnelcnueq '
Edqtags, Hiiir Kots, ?Ve. i
. BLACK ANO DUAU FELT HATS
:i eaaam Men'? super Urogui*
4 nan blacking, Began, Ac
Conditions cub. November 111 I
iiIILLItt.trc, MELCII13RS ?Se CO.
Will sell THIS BAY, loth IDHI., tit lu o'clock, at No.
Ti Vendue Ruse,
CASSniEItE, Broadcloth. Cheviots. Melton Clotli.
Panta tottens, Mermo, Alpaca, Spool Cotton, Scissor?, ?
Thimble?. Knives, Notions, Wool Shirts ami Dnmn, ;
Hosiery, Perfumery, .Vc, A-e.
1 lot of Furniture UH usual.
1 Milch Cow. November 15 j
Underwriters' r?ate of Gunny Hanging, ?hum?'.
Coller. Tin, Ac.. &c. ?
BY L.WUEV * ALEXANDER. |
THIS BAY, 10th Instant, will lie sold In South Allan- ,
He Wharf (Morea, at 11 o'clock, on account of the Vu- '
denvritcra and all concerned, i
?JJ bales GUNNY CLOTH
10 bi?? Coffeo
8 bbls. Sugar
li>8 kita Mackerel
1 bill. Lamp Blnck
3 bbls. Lamp Black
1 1)1)1. Salt
17 bores Tin
1 box Koria
8 bags Cottee
1 package Paper
18(1 bundle? Papor.
DUMOSA on hoard ol' bark-, ou lier voyage from
Now York to New Orleans, and put into this port in dis
Conditions cash. November 15
Underwriter^ Sale of Po's, Kettles, Ovens, &e., <te.
BY UVREY Si ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 15th tat, will be ?old, lu South Atlantic
Wharf Stores, at 11 o'clock, on account of the Under
writers and all concerned, .
- Bog Irons
- Spode?, ko.
Conditions cash. November 15
Underwriters' Sale of Men's, Boys', Ladies' and
Misses' Felt and Strato liais.
BY Ml/REY Si ALEXANDER.
TO-MORROW, loth instant, will bo sold in our Hlore.
No. 137 East Bay (up stair?), at 11 o'clock, on account
of the Underwriters and all concerned,
37 CASES HATS,
MEN'S AND BOYS' BLACK AND COLORED FELT
HATS, various styles
12 casos Ladies' and Mlaaca" White and Colored Striwe,
Verona!?, Leghorn, Derbys, Ac, Ac.
Damaged on board of bark-, on her voyage from
New York to New Orleane, and put into this port in dis
Conditions cash. November 15
Clotliinq, Roots, Shoes. &c.
BY WILBUR Si SON.
TO-MORROW, 16th inat., at Salos Rooms, corner State
and Chalmers streets, at 10>?o'clock, will be sold, FIVE
VESTA, COATS, PANTALOONS, SACKS, FROCKB, kC.
10 CASKS OF MISSES'. MEN'S AND PLANTATION
SHOES; Hate in great variety; Jowolry, and Fancy
Conditions cash. November 15
Furniture of a Family leaving City.
BY WILBUR Si soN.
SATURDAY next, 17th inst, at the residence No. C
Franklin street, three doora (west side) from Queen
streot, at 10>i o'clock, will bo sold, THE ENTIRE
CONTENTS OF SAID HOUSE,
CONSISTING OF :
CHAIR8, BUREAUS, TABLES, BOOK-CASES, JUGS,
Jara, Cooking Utensils, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed Immediately
sitar ?ale. November 15
Splendid Billiard Saloon, Bar Room, Furniture,
Qood Wiil and Lease of Premises, sold on ac
count and risk of former Purchaser, he having
failed lo comply unlh terms of sale.
Ii V "WILBUR St SON.
MONDAY, 10th instant, at No. 5 State street, west side,
at 11 o'clock, will positively be sold, without reservo.
Two (2) new Sharpe's Combined Cushioned BILLIARD
TABLES, all completo, together with fino Liquors and
Segars, splendid Sideboards, Chairs, Mirrors, Counters,
Tables, Cooking Range, Stoves, empty Barrels, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash, and articles to be removed immedi
ately after salo. November 16
.Erfensioo Stoves, Lot and Residence on Business
Part of East Bay.
BY 'CLIFFORD St MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 31 1-8 Broad Street.
On TUESDAY, 20th Novombor, at 11 o'clock, at tho Old
Custom House, will be eold,
AU that well-known BUBINE38 STAND and valuable
LOT OF LAND, wUh tho extensivo STORES and WARE
HOUSES, Dwelling of six rooms, and outbuildings there
on, known as No. 73 EAST BAY, being on the west
side, between Trodd and Elliott streets, and extending
from Eaat Bay to Bedon's Alley, with entranco from each,
having a front on East Bay of thirty-eight feet eight
inches, and a depth of three hundred and twelve feet ali
inches to Bodon's Alley, and a width on the samo of thir
ty-five feet aix inches. The above location la one of the
beat for business on East Bay. Possession of the St?ret
and Lot can bo given immediately.
Terms_Ono-half cash ; balance In threo equal Instal
ments of four, eight and twelve month H, with interest,
and eocurod hy bond and mortgage of the property. Pur
chaser to pay CLIFFORD & MATHEWES for papers.
SkXTV EINE MULES FOR SALE.
Tho Kalmla Milla Company, having no further uso foi
their Teams, will offer for sale (at their Works on the
South Carolina Railroad), eight milet from Augusta,
Ga-, on tho FIRST TUESDAY In December,
SIXTY (60) FINE MULES and TWO (3) HORSES,
with LOG OART8, WAGONS, HARNE88, io., Ac
Most of these Mules wero brought from Kentucky last
winter, and aro very superior animale; they aro all ii
excellent order, after working hard tho enturo summer.
Thero la no finer lot of Mules in the country. Terms cash.
BENJAMIN F. EVANS,
President Kahala Mills.
?3" Augusta Constitutionalist, Savannah Republican,
M neon Telegraph, and Montgomery Advertiser, publiai
dally till 25th Instant, and Bend bill to this office.
UNITED STATES SALES OF LAND IN ST.
HELENA PARISH, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Notice ia hereby given that at 10 o'clock A. M., on MON
DAY, December 3d, I860, at.thoofflco of tho United
States Direct Tax Commissioners, lu Beaufort, SouU
Carolina, wo shall oller for sale, to the highest bid
dor (the minimum prioe being ten dollars an acre),
AU the GOVERNMENT SCHOOL FARMS (numbered
from ono to thirty-throe. Inclusivo) in Ht. Helena Parish,
Beaufort District, 8tato aforesaid, cooli, either, entire, oi
in two or moro divisions, as tho Commissioners maj
deem expedient. Terms .cash.
For further particulars, seo tho notice in tho Charles
ton Courier, dated October 1st, i860.
WILLIAM HENRY BRISBANE,
W. E. WORDING,
United States Direct Tax Commissioners for Son ti
Carolina. - November 13
DRS. RAOUL &LYNAH
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.A. M. LYNAH, M. D
ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AN1
well selected stocks of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
TOILKT'AND FANCY ARTICLES
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac, Ac.
Which Iboy offer to the Public and the TRADE in gen
end at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and oxamin
Pat np at all hours, day and night, with the greatest cart
mw Country orders solicited, thatu November 8
(FROM NEW ORLEANS,)
KE8PEOTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS 01
Charleston that ho baa artivod and la prepared t
cure CORNS, BUNIONfl, INQROW1NG and D1BKAHPJ
NAILS, LARGE JOINTS, .and all diseases of tho hnma
feet. Illa experience, in his profession of eleven yoar
will guarantoo nuccoasful treatment, without palu c
drawing blood. Ho may be consulted at his office, I
Mrs. FINNEYS BOARDING HOUSE. No. 190 Kirig-Bt
from 9 A. M. to 1 p. M., and from 2 P. li. to 0 P. M. Pet
nona dcnlrlng bia attention at their residence? will be n<
commodatod by giving ono day's notico
Kovombcr 12 .
Dry Goods, Iluxirrtt, Cloaks.
BY V. BACKUS.
Will be sold lit my Store THIS MORNING, at No. 190
Meeting-street, opposUo Pavilion Hotel, at 10'. o'clock,
Pieces BROADCLOTHS, Satinets, Kri.tuc-y Jean,
Tweeds, Bed -taking, Lou?*! lotlm, Merrimac Calicoes,
Cotton Flannels, Undershirts, Drawer?, A-UAVool Black
Klinwto, largo size Purple Mndr_n Hdkiii,. Turkey lied
Ildkfs., Linen C. lldkfs. A taroo assortment of Trim
ming Duttons. A lurg? assortment of J.-nli. n' Cloth
Cloaks. 400 do/en .-tortea Ladles', Gentlemen's and
Minc*' Hosiery, nil colors Mut quality; Vnibri-llim Bud
Ready-Made clothing, &c
Tenus.-i '.IKII on delivery. Ko.i inher 13
Gold Watches, Sitter Ti it Spoons,
1?Y 1?\ ll.U'iil.'S.
THIS MORNING, at la o'clock, will he nM al mv Store
So. ian MecUug-atreet, ornoo -it- Pnvilfnn Hut?).
1 GOLD WATCHES
1 Heavy Gold Chalti
1 dozen Silver Tea KpoOUH
1 dozen (irru?an sil or Fork?.
To bo sold without tin* Ie.-nt re<ervo, to pay advance
Tenus cann. X"V( mhi*r M
?fama, Rutter. Lord, Shonldt ?*.-*. Soap, tie,
HY _.. M, CWTKH.
Will l)i> sold, on IlrowuV Wharf, ni IO oVIocIi Tills
9M Unbaggeil Hams
900 Canvased Hams
UN) lirkiu-.i mid tuba choice fetet?* Bulli..
GU lirkius Lard
:i0 boxes Sonp.
('ondilions cash. November 1.".
Furniture, ,i ,*.
HY IV. RUST di* SOX.
TTTI8 DAY, 15th instant, at 10o'clock, in mir ui'.i'-.'corn,
No. 11*2 Meetlii}? street, opposite the Pavilion lioli I,
I FINE MARBLE TOP C-NTRE TABLE
1 Fine Marble Top pier Table
"J Bureaus, 1 Redstead
Re frige ral or, Wnshsluud, Ottomans
French Stove and Orate, Corn Mill, tee,
.100 Rolls Wnll Puiier
20 dozen Pocket Knives
Hair Brushes, Needles
20 dozen Assorted Shoes, to close.
Conditions cash. November 1.1
Desirable Small Houses. Eligiftlc Vacant Lois.
BY M. J?cCALL.
THIS DAY, the 15th inst., ut 11 o'clock, north of the
Old Exchange, will bo eold.
All that LOT OF LAND on the north eldo of Inspection
?ti-ect, measuring 37 feet front and 115 feet deep, together
! with the neat two-story Residence of 4 upright rooms,
? pantry, dressing rooms, and doublo piazzas, anti other
| improvements, known as No. '20. The location is desir
. able, pleasant and healthy.
?All that LOT OF LAND on the. south side of Henrietta
Afreet, No. 21, containing 25 feet front aud 100 reel deep,
together with a two nud a half story Dwelling of 4 np?
; right, 2 attics, dressing rooms and piintrj", and other liu
I provements thereon.
I AU that LOT OF LAND ot the southwest corner of Line
| and Percy streets, measuring 31 feet front and 91 feet
i deep, wore or less, with a two-story House of 4 rooms,
the lower story used ae a Store, with other improvements.
Tho location is eligible and desirable.
?VU that ELIGIBLE BUILDING LOT on the north side
of Chapel stroot, next west and adjoining the NorthoaBt.
ern Railroad Depot, measuring 50 feet iront and 150 feet
deep. This Lot Is much higher than the street and sur
rounding lots, and tho earth eau 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 Materials thereon, on
the south eldo of West street, No. 9, measuring 20 feet
front and 50 feet deep, suitable for the erection of a small
Terms mado known In future advertisement. Pur
chase? to pay B. McCaU for papers. November IS
Estate Sale for Division- Valuable Real Estate, in
(he City, and Productive Rice, Cotton and Pro
HY B. MCCALL.
Will be sold at public outcry, by order of the Executrix,
for division among the heirs, on TUESDAY, the 11th
day of December, at 11 o'clock, at the Old Custom
Houso, In this city,
ALL THE REAL ESTATE OF THE LATE JOHN T.
1st. All that LOT OF LAND on the south side or Tradd
Rtrcet, near Meeting-street, bounded to the north on
Tradd-stroet, 30 feet; to the south on lands now or late
of Ford, doceased, 30 feet; to the east on lands belonging
to tho estate of John T. MarshaU, 108 feet 8 Inches; and
to the west ou lands now or late of Ford, deceased, 108
feet 8 inches, moro or less, with all that three-story
Brick Residence thereon, known as No. 51, containing
thirteen large, wcU finished upright rooms, large pantry,
dressing rooms, three piazzas, private stairs, gas and
grates throughout, largo cook and wash kitchen, store
rooms, and ampio accommodations for servants, cis
2d. AU that LOT OF LAND on tho south Bide ofTradd
etreet, next east of the above, bounded to tho north on
Tradd-streot, 43 feet; to the south on lands now or late
of Ford, deceased, 35 feet 11 Inches; to the east on lands
now or late of Creaton, deceased, 103 feet 8 Inches; and
to tho west on lands abovo described. 103 feet 8 Inches,
moro or less, having thereon a commodious two-story
Brick Store and Stables, and known as No. 49.
3d. All that LOT OF LAND on the north aide of Trodd
street, bounded to the north on lands of the Estato of J.
T. MarshaU 35 feet, to tho south on Trodd street 34 feet 0
Inches, to tho east on lands now or late of-Ma
honey 147 feet, and to tbo west on lands of tho Estate of
John T. MarshaR 147 feet, more or loss; together with
all that three story Brick Residence, known as No. 50.
having eight well flniahod upright rooms, pantry, dress
ing rooms, double piazza, private stairs, and all modern
improvements and conveniences, extensive servants'
apartments, cook and wash kitchens, largo cistern and
wcU of water, yard paved with flag stones, all in good
4th. AU that LOT OF LAND on the north side of Trodd
stroot, next west of tho above, known as No. 58, bounded
to tho north on lands of the Estate of Alexander England
40 feet, to tho south on Trodd street 40 font, to tho cant
on lauds last abovo described 100 feet, and to the west on
lands of tho Estate of John T. Mondial! loo feet, mora or
lr.'KU, with nil that three and a half story Brick Residence
thereon, consisting of sixteen woll arranged upright
rooms, double piazzas, private stairs, gas, grates, and
bells throughout, cook and wash kitchenn, ample ser
vants' accommodations, brick stables, carriage houso,
cistern and two wells of water, all In completo order.
6th. AU thoBO TWO LOTS OF LAND on tho north side
of Trodd streot, next west of tho above, known as Noa.
00 and 02. Bounded to the north on landa now or late
of the Estato of ?Atoxondcr England 60 feet, to the south
on Trodd street 80 feet, to tho cast ou land above describ
ed 100 foot, and to the west on lands now or late of Col. E.
B. White 100 feet, moro or less. Having thereon a tene
ment three-story Brick Residence of six well finished up
right rooms, pantry and doubla piazza, kitchen, end oth
er outbuildings, largo cistern and well of water. Also,
adjoining the above, that old established and well-known
Bakery, with oil tho appurtenances attached for conduct'
ing tho business upon a large scale, consisting of a two
story Brick Storo and Dwelling of four largo woU finish'
- ed rooms and double piazza, a two-story brick bake
house, with four OVOSB, largo lofts for storage and sleep
ing apartments for workmen. The yard is paved witt
ling-atones, and tho entire promises in complete order.
8th. All that LOT OF LAND on tho south side of Ro
per's Court, and in the rear of No. 60 Trodd street, and
known as No. 1. Bounded to tho north on Roper's Conn
40 feet, to the south on lands of tho Estate of John T
Marshall 40 foot, to the cast on lands now or late of
Mahoney 25 feet, and to the weat on lauds now or late o:
the Estate of Alexander England 25 feet, moro or lose
with all that two ond-a-half story framed residence, or
high brick basement, containing nlno largo rooms ant'
smaller apartments; piazza to the south, servant-' apart
7th. All that LOT OF LAND on the south sido of StoU'i
Alloy, Jtnown ao No. 3, bounded on tho north on StoU'i
Alley G2 feet, to the south on land now or late of Thomai
Rivors 77 feet, to the east on lund now or late of Tliomai
Rivers 110 feet, and to the west ou landH now or late o
Peter Trazovant 110 feet, moro or less, with all that tw<
story framed Dwelling of eight rooms and piazza to tin
south, large kitchen and other improvements.
8th. All that very valuablo RICE, COTTON and TRO
VISION PLANTATION, known as Fuirvlow, situate, ly
Ing and being in St. Paul's Parish, Colinton District, 21
miles from tho city, on tho waters of tho Daho River
Edings' and Toogoidoo Creeke, containing In the who!?
1300 acres of land, moro or less. Bounded to tho nortl
on lands now or lato of Swinton and others, to tho soutl
on Daho and Edings' Creeks, to tho eai-t on Toogood?
Creek and tho publio road, and to the west on ttlan'i
| Island road. Therooroabout:iOOncresorrivcraf?'ampRic<
land of superior quality, and about 500 acrcn of cxcellon
Cotton and Provision land oloarcd and under bank; th
balauco of the land is heavily timbered with Oak ant
Hickory, Ash, Poplar and Yellow Pinn. The banks an
in fair condition. Tho rango for cattto and stock of al
kind is excellent. Tho lmprovcmcntB consist of dwell
log, fifteen negro houses, burn, etc. The placo has boei
ttth. All that othor most valuable River Swamp, RICE
COTTON, AND PROVISION PLANTATION, known a
"Richfield," situate, lying and being In St. Paul's Parish
CoUoton District, 28 miles from the city, 3 mUes iron
the healthy vlllogo of Adam's Run, and 4 milos from th
Charleston and Savannah Roilrood, and on tho waters c
Pon Pon River, containing in tho whole 989 aerea of o.
porior Rico, Cotton, and Provision lands, moro or low
bounded to the norUi by Penny Creek, and landa now, o
late of tho estato of Allston, to tho south on hiid.i of Ed
word BaruwcU. to tho East on landa now and lato or Al
eton, and to tho West on Edlsto River. Thoro oro abou
400 acres of primo Rivor Swamp Rice land, and 200 acre
of superior Provision land, cleared and undor bank, th
balanco is well timbered with ovory variety of growth, I
a good rango for Stock of all kinds, and has oocomrhodi
Uons for a luU fbrco of laborers, good landing on th
river for vessels of 12 fectof water. Dwelling, &o.
10th. AH that PINE LAND SETTLEMENT, conslsUn
of 100 acres, mot-J or les., comprising a part of tho VI
logo of Adam's Run, In St. Paul's Parish. Col loton Dil
Wet, and suitable as a summer reoort for tho plantet
of the neighborhood. Can ?vith advantage bo sol
divided Into aero lots, and disposed of as such, the loci
tlon being remarkably healthy tho year through.
Plats of the abovo landa can b_ BOCO at my O-leo, Ne
61 BROAD STREET, previous to day of Balo, and wUl t
exhibited at salo.
Conditions-One-third of tho nurohaso money casi
two-thirds on a credit of one and two years, securod b
bond of tho purchaser and mortgage of the property soli
wl iii legal lu turent from day ol' Bala, p.iy.iblo semi-ni
nu idly, buildings to bo insured And policy asslgnoc
Purchase-, to pty B. MoOALL for all nocesnary papers.
Novoa.bc. 1? 15,17,a0,.i, 21,27&-JON?V.4,(?,8,10iiUDc
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Sampsons ?t Baldwin vs. Bonnet!.
. AVill be sold, under Ihe direction of the undersigned, at
! UM Old Custom House, in this eily THIS DAY.
Ibu 1Mb dav of November, 18C0, at li o clock,
! 1. AU that LOT OF LAND situate on the north side of
I Broad street, in tho eily of Charleston, bounding to tho
north on land DOW or late of Lewis TrapiiiHiin; to Hie east
?m lund now or late of Benjamin li. Rutledge; to tho
southon Broad street; and to the weet on land now or
: late of Lewis Truiuiiaiin, measuring and containing lu
Iront on Broad stn it filly (BO) fleet, by one hundred ;'.nd
. forty-seven (117) feet ii; depth from north to routh.
.i.' All that LOT OP LAND situate oil the south side of
.short sirt-i ?, in (he city of Charleston, bounding to Hie
north on Short street, lo UlO CMt on hind now cr late ol
. ?state m Mrtt. Iteiiuc: to tho floath on land of catate of
.lohn Boiuell. ami lo the west on land now or late of
be? is Tr.ipiii.-.nn, measuring in front on Short Mmtinty
? (30) rcrt His (C1 hielten, by eighty-two (83) feet In depth.
! :i. \u Uml LOT OF LAND, with MMDwellingHouse
mid improvements thereon, situate in the town of Black
ville, in barnwell District, containing l 21-100 HW, mora
or lees, boniah d 011 Ihn north by South -Boimdaiy street;
on the east and 1 nulli by linds of estate of E. Lurtigue,
and OU tlie we.t by Hie Barnwell Road.
Teran-One-third rush : balance in three enual sv.ce.ee
| five annual Instalments, with interest from day ol sale,
payable annually, secured by bond of tue traiebaaeni
and morltjngo ol' thi> premises. Building to bo Insured
mid policy unsigned. Punriumen to pay for papers.
* Vi . Barmvill Sentinel will please copy once.
November IO stutts Musier in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQX'ITY.
Just DA Farley.
On TUESDAY, lb? 27lh lust., at 11 o'clock A. M" will bt?
sold under the directio:i of the Mar.tcr, near the Old
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho buildings thereon,
known in a plat, thereof na annexed toa title from Cob
Win. Drayton to Win. Wightman, recorded in the Office
of Mernie Conveyance hy tho number 107, at tho corner of
Laurens and Washington street?, in Charleston, measur
ing 45 feet 4 inches in iront oil Laurens street by 101 feet
.J inches in depth on Washington Btrect; having Buch but
tings and boundingR as set out in tho said plat.
1 Terms- Oiic-thinl cash ; the balance on a credit of one
I and two year/?, in a bond of two or moro sureties, with
' interest payable scml-annually, secured by a mortgage of
' the premises; tho buildings to bo Insured and kept in
, eurea until the bond is paid, and tho policy assigned to
! the Mvdr. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
1 November fl _thm7
1 UNDER DECREE IN EQ.UITY.
Schipman t3. Freeman.
On THURSDAY, tho 0th Decenibor next, at 11 o'clock A.
31., will be sold, under the direction of the undcrsign
1 ed, in front of the Old Custom Houso.
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND, belong
! ing to the Estate of BenJ. Freeman, deceased, situate in
that part of the Electoral District of Berkeley formerly
I known as the Parish of Christ Chnrch, containing two
U-acts-tho first called Cat Island, and the second Palmot
! to Point-and containing In the aggregate 076 acres of
I high land, exclusivo of a large quantity of marsh land.
. The said Plantation Ues at tho confluence of Wando
! River and Oncriu's creek, in the said Parish of Christ
j Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance payable In four equal
. successive annual instalment?, secured by bonds of the
I purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
I pay ror papers. J. W. ORAY,
j November l-l wsCthl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQ.UITY.
Boyce vs. Executor of P. Boyce.
. Will bo sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the Old Custom House, ha this city, on THURSDAY,
! tho 29th day of November, 18G0, at 11 o'clock,
I 1. ALL THAT VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, with tho
I buildings thereon, in Charleston, known as "Tivoli Gar
1 den," situate on .tho cast sido of Meeting street, and
I known by the number -, measuring In front on Meeting
1 street eighty (60) feet, tho samo on the back line, and in
I depth eno hundred and forty-threo (113) feet nine (9)
' inches, be the said measurements moro or less; bound
? ing to the went on Meeting street, to the north on lands
now or late of James Murphy, to the east on lots 1
! and 3, hereinafter described, and to the south on lands
I now or late of John Burk.
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, Bituate on Nassau street,
measuring in front on Nassau street forty (40) feet, the
same on the back line, and ha depth, on tho north line,
one hundred and forty (140) fcot two (2) inches, and on
the south line ono hundred and thirty-seven (137) feet six
inches, ha the Raid measurements moro or loss; bounding
to the cast on Nassau street, to tho north on lot No. 3,
' hereinafter described, to tho treat on lot number J,
above, and to tho south on lands now or late of John
3. All that LOT OF LAND, north of the above, meas
uring in front on Nassau street forty (40) feet, the samo
on tho back Uno, and to dopth on tho north line onc hun
dred and forty-two (142) feet four (4) Inches, and on the
south line one hundred and forty (140) feet two (2) inches,
he the said measurements moro or leas; bounding to the
east on Nassau street, to the north on lands lately of John
Phillips, and two lots of land of O. B. Sigwald and R. F.
Reynolds, to the west on lot No. 1, abovo, and to tho south
on lot last above described.
A plat of the above three lots can bo seen at tho office
of the undersigned.
4. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a half
story Dwelling House, together with s rango of out-beild
lngs, stable, kc, on tho south sida of Ann street, between
Meeting and Elizabeth streets, and known as the resi
dence of tho late Patrick J. Boyce, measuring in front on
Ann street fifty-one feet two Inches (51 feet 2 inches), on
tho back line fifty feet four inches (GO feet 4 inches), and
In depth two hundred feet 1200 feet), be the said measure
ments more or less; bounding to north on Ann utxoot. to
the cast on lands now or late of Urs.-Carsten, to the .
south on lands now or late of- McDowall, and to tho
west on lands tate of Rev. P. O'Neal.
A plat of this lot can bo seen at tho office of the under
6. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Dwelling House and
outbuildings thereon, situate at the northwest corner
of Morah and Vernon streets, measuring in front on Ver
non street thirty-one (31) foot six (8) inches, the some on
the book Uno, and in depth one hundred and ten (110)
feet, bo the said measurements moro or less. Bounding
to the south on Vernon street, to tho north on land of D.
P. Landershlne, te the east on Mush street, and to the
west on land of - Brandt
6. All that valuable FARM, situate on Ashley River,
Charleston Neck, known by tho No. 0 In tho division of
tbo Form, commonly called Harris' Form, among the
heirs of the late Dr. Tucker Harris, having such shape,
form, and marks as are delineated and set forth in a plat
thereof, modo by R. Q. Pinckney, the 20th November,
1831, bounding to the north on that portion of the same
Farm of Dr. Tucker Harris allotted to Mrs. C. B. Mary ck.
to tbo cost on tho high road, to tho south on the
portion of the samo Form allotted to tho children
of Mrs. Sarah T. Simons, and to the west partly
on tho portion allotted to Mrs. O. B. Mazyck, and
principally on Ashley River, cout.lining sixteen and
a half (10J?) acres of high land, and seventeen (17)
acres of marsh land, be tho samo more or loss, sub
ject, nevertheless, to such alteration of the shape, form,
and dimensions of tho said Farm as is mode by a certain
strip of land about thirty (30) foot In width, running
across tho said Farm In a northwnrdly and southwardly
direction, and owned and occupied-by tho South Carolina
Railroad Company; and, also, to such furthar alteration
of tho simpo, form, and dimensions as Is make by a cer
tain other strip of land about fifty (50) feet in width, run
1 ning pa rall i-l with and Immediately adjoining that herein
l before described, and now owned and occupied by the
Northeastern Railroad Company.
Terms.-One-fourth cash; the payable in four
f equal, successive annual Instalments, secured by bond
of tho purchaser and mortgage of the premises, with
interest from day of salo.payablo annuaUy, Tho buildings
I to bo Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers. JAMES TUPPER,
Novemlicr 10 stnthO_Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Brown va. Eslabrook.
Will bo Bold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, on THURSDAY, the 20th day
of Novembor, 1808, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
1. ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND situate In 8t. Paul's
Parish, Colinton District, containing twelve hundred
(12011) acres, moro or leas; bounded north by Caw-Caw
Hwomp, south by lands of Thomas Farr onrt Lt. Lo. Mel
1 ?chump, east by lands late of James btonyamo, and west
by lands of Colonel Roper.
2. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND tu thcviUogoof Sum
merviUo, hounding north on lands of Carrington k Co"
and measuring on that Uno five hundred and twenty
eight foot; easton Young-street, running from lands of
said Carrington down to Baw MiU. Branch; south on 8aw
Mill Branch, and west on lands of Mrs. L. f?, GUlmore,
containing in tho wholo about ton (10) acres.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in two equal, SUOCCB
BIVO, annual Instalments, secured by bond of tho pur
chaser and mortgage of the premises, with interest from
day of salo, payablo annually. Purchaser to pay for pa
pero. JAMES TUPPER, Master InEnuity.
Novombor 10 __?_stuthO
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Roulain vs. Goodrich.
Will bo sold, der tho direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom Houso In this City, on TUESDAY, Ihe
20th day of November, 1800, nt 11 o'clock, A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND situate, lying, and being on tho
cast sido of Meeting street, in the City of Charleston, near
Market street, measuring and containing on Mooting
street thlrty-?vo (36) feet moro or lons, in dopth ono
hundred and sixty-seven (107) feet, and on tho back Uno
forty-two (42) fcot moro or less. Bounding north on
lands of-Mosos, south on lands of -_---, and
cast on lands of Charleston Gas Light Company
Terms cash. Purchaser to paylor papers^
October 30_tutha Masterin Equity.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
A.IX PERSOMa^p^S^n?l?N ?E
t*- -?F.*. Stf?^JSi w,Bto M*c<? of tho City, un-.
???K T n of ^? ,a?neral Assembly, giving authority/
to tho City Council of Charleston to pr^ood In the mtV
tor of a Fire Loan, with a view to ai? in buUding up tho
Citv anew aro hereby notiflod that tho form of appU
cation for loons can b? obtained at tho offico of tho Clork
of Council, betwoenthe hoars of 0 A. M. and 2 P. M.
All appllcaUons must befllod lu tho above monUoned
office, an the Oommitte? will moot ?tory Monday to caa
sldcr tho esme. * ?
By ordor of the Mayor. W. O. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Council,