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FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 18G6. SJ
LARGEST CIRCULATION" IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TDE CITY.
?rTIIT? LIST Olf LETTKRS I?K
!VLA.INI3Sr?Gr in. the I'ostofllco ut tlio
end of wuoli weolc i? publiaU-ml olH
oinlly in T HKDAILY 3ST 3C W S
every I^r-i.liiy- mornins?
Own Pnicais Gubhemt.?Our Prie??e ?9urrcnt will
bo ready for dolivory this morning, and will con
tain very full anil accnrato market reporta and
. The Weekl? News.- Tho wcoldy odition of The
Newb will bo rogulnrly issued every Sunday
morning, and will contain all tho latest telegraphic
sows, tho latoet ship and oimmorcial nows, as
woU aa a great variety of ?n'ereaiing roading mat
tor. AllporaouB in tho oity uosiring it loft at thoir
bouses, will please hand in their names at our
afiico. Advertisers will do wall to tako advantage
of the largo circulation of this iasuo, as wo will
continuo to sond a largo number of copies through
ant tho country gratis, until our aubscription lint
hall roach a satisfactory number.
The Run.?Wo havo enjoyed this month Bomo
gonial balmy weather that would have dono credit
to tho sonny Spring; but Wodnosday aftomoon
and yestdrday woro Bpoo?monB of gonuino Novem
ber, and chill blasts and ponotratings mist were
the order of the day.
Dbt. Gooes at Half Pbice.?Tho attention of
the public in gonoral, and of the la-lioB in particu
lar, is called to tho advertisement in another col
umn of a part of tho cargo of tho stoamnhip Anda
lusia, to bo eold at half prico, by Mr. T. McCabthy.
at No. 190 King street.
Aoknowledqmehts to Mb. Quinn.?We arc in
debted to Mr. M. M. Qiunn for copies of tho
Crescent Montldy, He?ow's i.eoiew, Illustrated
Rural Register for 'C7, ?ic., &o. TheBe, and all tho
light litoraturo and periodicals of the day, can bo
had at the Nows Dopot of Mr. Qutkn. in King
Btreet, opposite Ann-Btreet.
A Pbesest.?Tho courteous proprietors of tho
Basel Btroot drug Bloro, Messrs. Solomons &
Gaedwell, havo our thanks for favors. MosarB.
8. & 0?| as wo havo already informed our readers,
have as solcct a stock of porfumerieB, soaps,
brashes, ote., as aro to be found in tho oity. Wo
trust they may havo tho success thoir taste and
False Alabm.?An alarm of fire was raised in
Market etroot last evening, about dark, whioh
brought one Bteom engine and ono band engine
promptly to the epot. After diligent inquiry, wo
could learn of no other cause for tho alarm than
tho crying of tho New York Herald by the news
boys of our friend Yooleb. This is the second
tamo, lately, that tho Herald has caused a sensa
tion in Charleston. The flrat time was when it
tame out in favor of tho Constitutional Amend
The Ship Golconda.?We understand that thoro
are two hundred and fifty moro applicants for
passage to Africa than tho agent of tho ?Coloniza
tion Society can possibly accommodato at prosont.
ThcBO will form a good nuclcuB for another cargo in
tho Spring, and wo doubt not that, by proper cin
vassing, a dozon cargoes could bo procured. It
would bo a good investment for a company of capi
talista to buy out Libo: in, and settle it with tho
diBHatiaficd frecdmen of tho Southern States. It
would put money in tho pockets of tho company,
and for tho South, it would be "a good riddance of
The Fenian Ball.?Tho Bcoond grand balloi
the Fonian Brothorhood caino off last night at tho
Hibernian Hall, with groat eclat; though why tho
Brotherhood should monopolize all the honors of the
occasion, at which the sisterhood played bo conspic
uous and important a part, wo cannot understand.
Alderman Cosobove, who was tho moving spirit o?
tho affair, is responsible, wo suppose, for tin? Blight
of tho fair nox, and should mako tho amende honor
able at thenoxfcgrand ball, by giving tho Sisterhood
a placo on the card as woll as a place in tho picture.
The well known caterer, Mr. Patbiok Kii.iioy, fur
nished tho Bnbstantials, and with such a supper,
and tho music of M?leeb's band, it was a mero mat
ter of conreo that all should go merry as sloigt
bells in Deoembor's snow.
An Ancient U,?kiibeeea.?Thero ?b in tho posaos
sion of ono of the Locals of this paper an umbrollr
upwards of sixty y .am old. When you look at it
you no longer wonder that it has Lasted so long
for it ia made in tho strong, substantial mannor ii
whioh ovorything was manufactured in thoBO gooc
old times, when dining tables were solid mahogany
and Sunday clothes wore broadcloth and no
shoddy. Still tho mirado remains that an urn
brolla, an article of poraonal property that every
body mislays, and many pooplo think no harm t<
pilfer, should havo retained a logitimato owner
ship for so long a period. This is partially accountoi
p for by its conspicuous appearance, it boing a blu
cotton umbrella, suoh as, in tho painting of Danih
in the lions' den, Daniel ?b ropresonted to carr
ander bis arm to distinguish him from the Horn
It is a thirty-six inchor, has tho handle ornament
ed with an ivory hand, has a whito stripe by wa
of border, and is otherwise curious and unique
Thon o of our roadors who wish to inspoct thi
curiosity, can do so anywhoro in. town, at an
hour of a rainy day, for our Local iq?ubiquitous.
The Stbebt Raieuoad.?This ontorpriso is rar
idly approaching completion. Tho workmen ai
now employed in laying tho iiocoiid track in Mcol
ing street, and at tho ourvo on tho corner.of Ca
honn and Mooting tho earth thrown up reminds v,
of a fortification. It is, at any rato, a decided ol
Btruction for tho prosont, and tho cotton dra)
havo to bido thoir timo in passing it. It will 1
rather inconvoniont for a timo, but tho compon
appoar to bo so onorgotio in thoir movements tin
it ifl not tho Bubjcct of much complaint? Who
tho railroad is complotcd there will bo eovori
horses and buggies offorcd for Balo, as tho formt
owners will find it to thoir advantage to patroni?
the cars. Wo understand that it is not tho intoi
tion of tho contractors to lay tho rails in Bret
Btroot until that thoroughfuro shall bo paved, aa
would only causo extra work. If this is so, it wi
bo rathor inconvoniont to tho East Bay merchant
many of whom live in tho.Uppor Wai-ds. It is, hov
ever, a sottlod fact that after six y oars' talking it
railroad is at lost an institution, and will play a
important part in roBtoring our old oity to ita fo
war ecu ,
Mayor's Coobt, Novombor 15.?A colored dray
man took bo many drinkB that ho could not man
ago his mulo, and Buffered him to meander about
tho h trout uncontrolled. An attcutivo polico cap
tured tho auimal and drovo tho owner to tho lock
up. Tho tipsy driver wa8 lined $5 for his aproe.
A noblo youth, whoso wafts woro so fust and furi
ous that ho was compelled to lay hin head upon tho
lap of oarth, was found in this ruuddod condition.
As tho night was dark, ho was at first mistaken for
a fttllon meteor, hut on Btirring him up he proved
to havo soino Mlimat.oa. lie was politely request
ed to niako somo atonement by presenting the city
with a S5 noto.
Another, who assorted in d?liant tonos that ho
had como from Irolaud, but which, on investigation,
proved to bo only Wilmington, had cuino to
Charleston for employment, and hnd applied to
t'/o hold for lodgings. Tho landlord did not
churgo anything, but advised him not to try it
Tho hoavy raio cauBod somo unlucky podestri
ouu to seek sholtor, and ono of thorn, who had too
much on board, curled up in a market stall and
woood tho drowsy goddoss. On boing arousod ho
positively rcrusod to ncoompany tho policeman,
and sworo ho would wait till tho rain was ovor.
Ilis llonor mo.Jo somo allowanco for tho rain, and
charged him only $2 for his tight.
An occlosiaatioftl coutrovcrsary wa9 roforrod to
tho Court for ooltlonicnt. It appoarod that tho
dignitaries of tho African Church had a grand
jubileo and gonoral immersion at Daniel's Island,
and had, by terco of porBuaaion, induced tho grand
daughter of tho dufondant to hocomo a convert.
This lacerated tho feelings of tho nnoiont datuo
torribly, ttB sho belonged to another church, and
in her wrath and just indignation sho went to tho
church during eorvico and commenced vilifying
tho clorgy and otbors. They rosentod the intru
sion aud haudod lier ovor to a policeman. Tho
Mayor docidod that sho was guilty of a trespass
and disturba-neo of a sorious character, and lined
her $5 for disturbing tho House of God.
An Infallible Wax of Tikdjnq Lost Pnor
??ii?Y.?Don't go to tho fortuno-tcUors of Charles
ton or write to tho Booth-sayors of Now York.
Don't question Madam ?&lmagunda or consult
Madomoisollo Crinolina Tiltareonora Pitzanon
ouski, No. 1777 Broadway, N. Y., for thoy aro falso
profits or prophetesses, and tho truth is not in
them, but advortiao your lost goods in The Daily
News, and call for thorn at 12 M. Why? It is bettor
than a detective office,?oven that oinuisciont little
affair that has its two groat oyca always watching,
ono on Broad Btroot and ono on tho City Park.
Enough of procopt?bore is an example : On Wed
nesday aftomoon a fireman lost a silver watch and
ohain, a valuable family hoirloom, in Chalmers
btroot, and was groatly distressed thereat. With
that promplilndo and good Judgment so character
istic of a fireman, he immediately brought an ad
vertisement to the ofQoo of Tub News. At 9
o'clock the noxt day tho watch and ohain woro in
his pocket The advertisement only cost him 75
cents. Bohold a losson on tho cheapness and
utility of advertising 1
A Missing? Soldieb.?Tho confused condition of
tho whole Southern country at the time of tho
close- of hostilities, caused the diBappearanoe of
many men in such a way that thoir distrossod fam
ilies were left in a state of harassing uncertainty
in regard to their fate. The anxiety thus crea
ted is worso than even the dreadful certainty of
thoir death ; and consequently every effort is
mado by tho friends of tho missing men to ascer
tain what has become of them. Advertisements,
giving descriptions of soldiers who havo thus dis
appeared, and asking for information about them,
are frequont, and are always published freo of
charge. The following is tho last of tho kind that
haa come under our notice :
Infobmation Wanted_Samuel Johnson, about
5 feet 11 inches high, slender built, dark complex
ion, about 80 years old, a member of Co. G, r'iist
Ga. Regulars, was last seen on tho train at Flor
enco, B. Oaa for Suinter C. H., soon after tho sur
render. He was at that time in very feeble health,
suffering with rheumatism and diarrhoea. It is
supposed that ho died on the road from ?Sum ter C.
H. to Washington. Any information from him
would bo gratefully received by his wife, Mrs. Har
riot E. Johnson, Coving ton, Ga.
The press goncrally will confer a favor on a dis
tressed family by copying tho abovo notice.
[Cbotn?7ton, Go., Enterprise.
The Eye and Eab.?Read Dr. Gabdneb's ad
BxvAx,vzs.?Many of our readers will, upon see
ing this namo, exclaim, "Ahl I wish I had a nico
1 ono?a real jolly, fat mill-pond oyster." Thon we
know ho will bo perfectly delighted to learn from
"The Daily Nbwb" that euch a luxury can bo bad
in Charleston. Wond your way to Georgo's, in
' Hasel street, and ask him for a dozen on tho half
eholl, pay your money, smack your lips, and buy
a dozen copies of "TnB Nowu" with this notice to
send to your friends; and then tell every body you
bco that George keeps not only mill-ponds, but a
No. 1 restaurant in tho bargain.
1 Sodthkbn Dby Goods House?Epstin &. Zehan
8KY.?Tho abovo fa?hionablo dry goods emporium
is situated at tho southeast corner of King and
Wontworth stroots, whore tho ladios of Charleston
1 most do congregate It is at once tho centre ol
1 the oity and the centro of attraction. A new, ox?
> tonsivo and well soloetcd ?took of goods has jual
1 bocn rocoivod, and such a display of fino Btuffi
and boiiutiful colors has seldom greeted tho eyet
' of our fair shoppers. For intoros?ng details, sot
The liEoisiJiTTmE.?Wo aro roquostod by tin
3 Prcsidont of tho Senate, and the Speaker of tht
- House of Representatives, to state that tho Houaot
I over whioh thoy respectively proaido will assombk
o and bo oallod to order at 7 P. M., on Monday, tht
t> 26th inst.
y No hour being named by tho Constitution, thii
i? has boon soloetcd, as it is behoved to bo tho moa
- oonvonient and agrooable to tho mombors of botl
7 bronchos of tho Gonoral AsHomhly.
i. Charleston, Novombor 12, 1836. C
y The Ciiableston nouas.?To ladios purohasin?
dry goods for their country friends, Messrs. Stoll
Wkbii &, Co. will guarantee to furnish them with i
h larger variety to select from than any honso in th
0 oity; also-, to sell all artiolos at as low prioos as tbo;
*~ can bo bad anywhoro. Will furnish pocking casse
**" any sizo, free of charge; will tako special caro i;
18 packing and shipping any orders on trusted to them
'" and will assuro all that will call at thoir store o
8 ovcry accommodation and ovory attention. *
y Tho Now York HeraUCa Oity of Moxioo cor
>t rospondonce is dated October 29, and gives moa
n interesting details of Maximilian's abdicatioc
II Tho fact of his intention vtoa unknown uutil li
>r was almost ready to start. On tho :?r.dhomc
;q Gonoral Cabtblnbau, but mado only a passing bb
i- luto, and would not admit of a conforonco. Late
d it was thought he would roturn ?to tho capital, bu
it in that caso Marshal Bazainb had intondod to son
11 him undor guard to Vora Onus. Cabtelneau wn
s, being treated very cavaliorly by Bazaine, who i
>*- busy making now contracta for army supplies, on
io for a length of timo whioh docs not look to
n npcody departure of tho troops. As soon as Max
r- mu an i;i known to havo loft tho country, Baxum
will doclaro hinieolf dictator.
House and Lot on AUway, near Spring street, at
1?Y I. S. It. BENNETT.
On TfirilSDAY next, tbo 22dinst., at 11 o'clock, near
tbo old Custom House, at corner of Brood and Kaat
Hay street?, I will sell at auction,
Thut LOT OF LAND, with second story BUILDING
thereon, containing four room?, located on AUway, near
Spring street, known as No. 13 on tin? Gadsdcn plat,
measuring 60 feet front by 115 feet in depth.
Conditions.?Onc-tldrd cash; bataneo in ono, two ami
Ih ee years, secured by a . ond und tuorl^iiKc of the
propel ty bearing legal interest, payable Ecii?-nnuually.
Iluildirij; to bo kept insured and policy assigned. Pur
chaser to pay ino lor all necessary papen.
November 10 fatuwlhr.
The Lot, with New Brich Building? thereon, at
the southeast corner of' Calhoun and Wall
streets, ai Auction.
BY I. ?. K. imiVNETT.
On THURSDAY noxt, the 22d inst., at 11 o'clock, noir
tbo Obi Custom HuuHe, ut tlie corner of l'.road uud
East Day street??, I will sell nt. Auction,
All that LOT OK L\NI) located at tbo ?outboast corner
of Culbouu and Wall Htrootn, measuring on Ciiluouu
street SB foot; on Wall street HJ ieot; on tbo south Une C5
loot, and on tbo west line 103 icol, bo tbo samo inoro or
On this Lot thcro in a new pubslauUal two anil o hall'
story Brick Building, containing 1 rooms, with slatoroof,
guttering, and line cistern. It in finisliud a.1* a store und
barroom on tho first story, and on tbo second story ond
attics au a dwcJUng. 'liiere is also on tbo Lot another two
story Brick Dulldlng, containing 4 rooms, opening on Wall
Btroet, which can bo <N?cuplod as distinct premises, if de
sired. Allogothor, Ulis is an exceedingly valuable busi
ness stand, and wortby tbo attention of pemons in
Conditions??3500 cash; balance by bond ond mort
gage of tho property, with legal interest, payable In ono
und two years; property to bo kept insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay mo for all uoceaaary papers.
Novomber 16 fstuwth?
A Valuable Wood Yard and Wharf Property, at
the foot of Chestnut, near Spring street, al Auc
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
On TII?IISDAY next, tho 22.1 inst., at 11 o'clock, near
tho Old Custom Houso, at tho cornor of Broad and
Kasl Bay Rtrcots, I wiU sell at Auclion,
AU that VALUABLli WHARF PROPERTY AND WO 3D
YAltD, located at tbo foot of Chestnut street, near tho
Toll House! of tbo New Bridge Company. This property,
which measures 70 feet in width by 143 feet in depth, is
all enclosed, with a nubstiuitl.il wharf, built of palmetto
logs and pino timber. It linn a depth of water at low
tldo of 4>? to G feet. Ou the premlBos there is a com
fortablo building, with stables and cart bouses. It is at
present usod successfully as a wood yard, and is an ex
ceedingly valuable sito for miU purposes.
Conditions?One-third cash; bal -ico in 1, 2 and 3
years, secured by bond and mortgage, of tho property,
boarlng legal interest, payable seinl-annually; buildings
to bo kopt ttifiurod and policy assigned. Purchasers to
pay me for nil necessary papers.
November 1C 10,17,00,214:22
Auction Sales TUls Day.
Lao?iks b Alexander will soil this day, in thoir atoro,
No. 137 East Bay, at 11 o'clock, 26 cases of men's, boys',
ladles' and mlssoa' felt and straw hats.
WrLBun b How will eoU this day at their salesroom,
cornor of State and Chalmers street?, at half-past 10
o'clock, clothing, boots, shoes, Ac.
MoKay b Camtbeu. will sell this day, at cash auc
tion house. No. 55 Hasel stroot, opposite tbo now post
office, at 10 o'clock, a Ught spring wagon, butter, chocso,
flour, Ac. ; also, a lot of new and second hand furni
Mn.Es Drake wiU bcU this day, 3t his etorc, cornor of
King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, 75 casos of boots
and shoe?, of various styles and sizes; also an assort
ment of ?dry goods, clothing, Ac.
R. M. Marshal!, wiU scU this day, before bis store.
No. 33 Brood street, at 11 o'clock, saddle and draft hone,
mule and buggy, sadiUo pony, saddle horse, lot of fur
niture, handsome carpet, Ac.
L. Bunch k 8on will sell thin day, at No. 50G King
Btreet, at 12 o'clock, oowb, furniture, Ac.
A Fact 'Worth Knowing.
Tho boat Investment for on InvaUd, who suffer? from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bottle of Panknin'h He
patic Bitters, oa it will be euro to give relief. For sale by
all Druggist?. f
When aU others fail, Colloton Bitters cures. A dose
wiU relio ve the sufferer of one of tbo moat trying disoases,
dyspopsla. It's not an every day drink, but o medicine.
For Bale by all druggists. fmw
M ant have wondered why, in this enlightened century,
when every eel once has advanced to almost perfection,
BOmo ono, actuated by a desiro to promoto tho health
and welfare of his foUow-bclng, has not given to the
world a moiUchio which would provo efficacious in the
cure of those most painful diseases, viz : Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, be To such wo would say, that at least a remo
dy has been found in Do. MARSDEN'S CARMINATIVE
SYBCP. It only requires a trial to prove its unlimited
oxteat. For solo by aU druggists.
KING k CA8SIDEY, Agonta.
GOODBICH, WTNEMAN b CO., Agente.
November 12 0
Has nature on anUdote for acquired diseases ? All vh<
suffer believo they ought to and can bo cured. Thi
Plantation Brroms prepared by Dr. Drake, of No?
York, havo no doubt benonMod and -cured xnoro person:
of Dyspepsia, Nervousness, ?otir Stomach, Loos of Ap
potito, Sinking Weakness, General Debility, and Menta
Despondency, than any other article In existence. Tho;
are composed of tbo purest roots and herbs, carofuU,
prepared, to be taken as a tonic and gent?o stimulant
Thoy aro adapted to any ago or condition of Ufe, and ar
extensively popular with mothers and persona of sedan
tary habita. tuths3 November 18
Homoeopathic Mkdicai. Notice.?Drs. Ci.ecklet i
t?oni.ET (of Columbus, Go,,) having permanently locate
in Charloaton. rospeotfaUy tender their services to th
citizens, In the practice of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. haa had tho experience of fifteen years in thi
school of modlclno.
Office at our residence, No. 11, S. W. corner OOLLEG1
and GItEKN STREETS (corner of Green).
llEE/KS 2o. OL2CKLET, M. D....Pir.ii.ir T.SOULZT, hf.I
B;ptorubor J lyr
TEN REAJsONS WHY
?lOHTICTTEll'M STOMACH BITTERS
, Should liavo u Plaoo In 12 very Home.
1 BECAUSE by invigorating the constitution and th
1 frame, they avert sickness.
BECAUSE (rwpociaUy) their uno prevente tho atino;
pboric poison which produces epid?mica from taking e
feet upon tho system.
BECAUSE tboy euro indtjej/ion, and impart unwonte
vigor to tho stomach.
BECAUSE they are tho beat appetising medicine i
BECAUSE thoy are the only preparation upon whlc
pontons of a bilious habit can safely rely to keep the livt
in good order.
BECAUSE they tone and regulate tho bowels, and h
variably relievo them when constipated, without causlu
j, undue relaxation.
0 BECAUSE thoy strengthen the nervet, clear tho brail
y and cheer tho animal spirita.
BECAUSE in case of tui attack of spaama or bUlox
coUc thoy are the beet thing that can bo administered c
BECAUSE thoy combino the threo proporUos of a toril
an alterative and a nervino in their utmost purity ax
BECAUSE thoy aro a specific against Aguo and Fevi
and all intermittents, and with all their potency as
preservativo and a remedy, oro aa harmless as ?eaterfro
the mountain spring I 0 Novomber 13
MARION VHIS ENGINE COMPANY.
THE I?ARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF TIL
Oity hare, in accordance with tho aonlimonta of tho cli
t ions gonoraUy, determined to procuro a STEAM FIB
Q ENGINE AND APPARATUS, of the most approved pc
terns. They theroforo oollollt tho liberal aid of their ft
low-citlzcna to enable them to pay for the earao. Tl
Company refer to thoir eervloes for tho past twenty-sow.
years in tho Fire Deportment in aid of this appeal.
* A Committee, oonalaUng of W. RON AN and A. BAI
ILTON, will oall upon the citizens for thoir contrib
B Uona. HENRY I* CALDER,
November t . Secretary Marion Flro Engine Co.
Light Spring Wagons, Bidtcr, Cheese, Flour, To
MeKAY Ai CAMPBELL,
Ctvila Auction House, IVoa 05 Ilnsf 1 street,
opiiostto the Now Poatotfllrc,
Will Bell TU1S DAY, roiiuncccIiiK ut 10 o'clock,
? BARRELS FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT, Moal, Cof
35 boxea English Dairy Chceso, 12 tub? Batter. Ac
Boxes Comli'tiiK'il Milk. Cnnned Meats, Vegetaulea
Boxe? Huu>..lug and Chewing Tobacco
Boxcb Toilet ami Other Soaps, ?>cc?., kc.
1 super light spring wagon and har
Conditions ini-.h. November It?
New and Second-hand Furniture, <ic.'
McICAY At CAMI'IIKI.I,
\vni sell THIS DAY, immediately after above,
MAHOGANY EXTENSI?N DININu, CARD, OFFICE,
AND MARBLE-TOP CENTRE TAULES, Hair-Scot Ma
hogany Chair?, Cii*?e-8eat Oak Chitin1. Oak Olllce Chain,
Mahogany und Walant iicdntoadB, Buruaua, Wardrobes,
Secretary, Cottage Bedstead?1, Criba, Rocking CliairH,
FEATHER DED.S, MATRESSES AJND BEDDING.
NEW MEAT BARS, OFFICE DESK AND CUAIUS.
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS. Moves. Kitchen
Ul'.'nsils, Crocaory, Olusswurc, Tools, kc; Knivea anil
Forks, kc, ko.
Conditions oasb. November HI
MILLIoan, ?tiici.t iiKiis & CO.
WIU sell on MONDAY, 2GU? iniit.. on tlio Wharf lu rear of
New CtiBtotu House, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
1 LOT HEAVY SHAFTINGS
1 lot CiiBt Iron
1 lot Wrought Iron.
November 10 _ _ lG.EV'l.ll.M
Underwriters1 Sale of Men's, Boys', /xidies' and
Misses' Felt and Straw Hats.
It Y I.AUllDY At ALEXANDER.
TUTS DAY, tlin loth instant, will bo rold in our stcrc.
No. 1.7 East Day (up stairs), at 11 o'clock, ou account
of the Underwriter? and all concerned,
27 CASES HATH?
MEN'S AND BOYS' BLACK AND COLORED FELT
HATS, various styles
12 cuBtis Lndien" ami Misses' White and Colored Striws,
Verouos, Leghorn, DerbyB, Ac, Ate.
Damaged on board of bark-, ou her voyago from
Now York to New Orleans, and put into this port In dis
Conditions caali. November 10
Clothing, Boots, Shoes. Ac.
BY WILBUR ?SfSON.
THIS DAY, tlio 10th inst, at Bales Rooms, corner State
and Chalmers streets, at 10>i o'clock, will bo sold, FIVE
VEST?, COATS, PANTALOONS,SACKS, FROCKS, kc.
10 CARES OF MISSES', MEN'S AND PLANTATION
SHOES; Hats .in groat varloly; Jewelry, and Fancy
Conditions cash. November 10
Furniture of a Family leaving City.
BY WILBUR Ai SON.
TO-MORROW, tlio 17th inst, at the residenco No. G
Franklin street, thrco doors (west sido) from Queen
street, at 10>i o'clock, w?l bo sold, THE ENTIRE
CONTENTS OF SAID HOUSE,
CONalHTINO OF t
CHAIRS, BUREAU8, TABLES, DOOK-CASES, JUGS,
Jars, Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
Conditions crwh. Articles to be removed Immediately
after sale. November 16
Splendid Billiard Saloon, Bar Room, Furniture,
Good WiU and Lease of Frcmisea, sold on ac
count and risk of former Purchaser, he having
failed to comply with terms of sale.
nV wn.imu ?& SON.
MONDAY, 19th instant, at No. 5 Stato street, west side,
at 11 o'clock, will positively bo sold, without rcsorvo.
Two (2) new fiharpo's Combined Cushioned BILLIARD
TABLES, oil complote, together with fine Liquors and
Segare, splendid Sideboards, Choirs, Mirrors, Counters,
Tables, Cooking Range, Stoves, empty Barrels, &c, Ac.
Conditions cash, and articles to bo removed Immedi
ately after sale. _^^^ Novombor 16
BY IV. Y. LKITCH At It. S. BRUNS,
On TUESDAY, the 20th lnst., at 11 o'clock, at tho old
Custom House, ?trill be olTurod for sale.
Those FOUR BUILDING LOTS,, situate In President,
beyond Spring street, each containing 70 feet by 336 feet
In depth?the property formerly known as a part of the
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for papers.
Diagram of Property can bo seen on application at
Novembor 10 No. 26 BROAD STREET.
A Chance for Capitalists?Large Vacant Lot h
BY IV. Y. LE1TCM Ai R. S. BRUNS,
Will bo sold, at Auction, In front of tho old Customhouse
at 11 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, December 6,
That spacious and eligibly situated LOT, containing 10
foot front on Meeting-street by 300 feet deep.
This property Is sufficiently large for tho building o
four stores on tho west, with an entrance and a capaclt-,
for tho erection of additional buildings In the rear, tint
offering a splendid opportunity for an Investment. Tb
locality of this property in tho principal business street
and its contiguity to the fashionable hotels of this city
with tho city railway running in front, and its larg
space, entitles It to tho consideration of capitalists.
Terms accommodating. For furthor particulars, ap
ply BB above, at No. 26 BROAD-STREET.
This property can bo treated for at private sale.
Novembers 1 wf
Desirable Residence in Spring Street.
BY JACOB ItHllCN At CO.
On TUESDAY, 20th November, at 11 o'clock A. M., a
the north of tho Exchango, will be sold, without re
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story woodoi
DWELLING thereon, situated on tho south sido of Sprlu,
street, known oh No. 71, measuring 42 feet front by 17
feet In depth. Tho houso containB four (4) square rooms
pantry and dressing room, with double piazzas and ga
fixtures complot?. On tho lot Is a cistern, a twe-stor
wooden kitchen, lathed and plastered, and all ncccssor
Terms?-Ono-third (%) cash; balance in one and tw
years, seourod by mortgage of the property. Premiar
to bo kept Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser t
pay ?b for papers. _ November 13
Positive Sale of Valuable Re<d Estate.
BY R. Ai A. P. VALUWELL.
On TUESDAY, the 20th instant, will be sold, at 11 o'clocl
near tho Old Custom House,
Those valuablo three-story BRIOK STORES, Nos.
and 2, on tho north sido of South Atlantic Wharf Btree
formerly occupied by Messrs. Rhett k Robson.
Theeo Stores, having entrances on both North an
South Atlantic Wharf streets possess great advantage
for the storing of goods, and are so well known as to r.
quire no further description.
Conditions?Ton thousand dollars cash ; bolonco in om
two and three years; property to be Insured and pollc
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers. November 13
Extensive Stores, Lot and Residence on Buainet
Part of East Bay.
BY CLIFFORD At 9IATHEWES,
Real Batato Agents, No. 31 1-3 Broad Strtci
On TUESDAY, 20th Novombor, at 11 o'clock, at tho 01
Custom Houso, will be sold,
All that well-known BUSINESS STAND and valuab
LOT OF LAND, with tho oxtenaive STORES and WAR1
HOUSES, Dwelling of six rooms, and outbuildings thcr
on, known as No. 73 EAST BAY, being on tho wei
side, botween Tradd and Elliott streets, and extendin
from East Bay to Bodon's Alloy, with entrance from cool
having a front on East Bay of thirty-eight fent eigl
inches, and a depth of throo hundred and twelve, feet el
inches to Bodon's Alloy, and a width on tho samo of thi
ty-ilTo feet six inches. The abovo location is ono of tl
best for business on East Bay. Possession of tho Ston
and Lot can bo given Immediately.
Terms.?One-half cash ; balance in three equal insta
menta of four, eight and tv/olvo months, with lnteros
and secured by bond and mortgage of tho property. Pu
chaser to pay CLIFFORD k MATH EWES for papors.
SIXTY FINK fllTJLICS FOR SALE.
Tho Kahnia Milla Company, having no farther uso fi
their Teams, ?will offer for salo (at their Works on tl
South Carolina Railroad), eight xnllet from August
Ga., on tho FIRST TUESDAY in December,
SIXTY (CO) FINE MULES and TWO (2) HORSEI
With LOO CART?, WAGONS, HARNESS, A?c, Ac.
Most oi theso Mules wore brought from Kentucky la
winter, and aro very superior animals; they aro all 1
excellent order, after working hard tho entire summe
There la no finer lot of Mules in tho country. Terms cas,'
BENJAMIN F. EVANS,
President Kalmln Mills.
93- August* Constitutionalist, Savannah Rep?blica
Mac?n Telograph, and Montgomery Advortisor, publli
dally till? 2.1th Instant, and send bill to this office
UNITED STATES BALKS OF LAND IN SI
HELENA PARISH, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Notice is hereby given that at 10 o'clock A. M., on MOI
DAY, December 3d, 11360, at tho offlco of the Unit.:
States Direct Tax CoimnltAloutm, In Beaufort, Bou
Carolina, wo eboU offer for sale, to the highest bi
der (tho minimum ?trice being ton dollars an ucro),
ail tlio GOVERNMENT SCHOOL FARMS (number?
from ono to thirty-three, inclusivo) in fit. Helena Paris
Beaufort District, State aforesaid, each, either, entire, i
la two cr more divisions, as tho Commissioners mi
doom expedient. Tonna ouah.
For further particalars, boo tho notice in tho Charle
ton Courier, ?datad October 1st, 1800.
WILLIAM HENRY BRISBANE,
W. E. WORDING,
United otates Direct Tax Couuui&ideners for Sou
Carolina. _ Novombor 13
TIIK ui.i>rvVH.L,.c ?u<ii?i\ta.vj:i:i.,
A LARGE WEEKLY, IS I?3UED EVERY THUS
DAY, at H a year, la advance. Advortisamon
Inserted at uauiaa S?2.
O. B. ELFORD, 1 VMUrr
November U Q. 3. TOWNE8, ) ^aiwn
Roots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, ?it?.
IIY MILES ?It.lKK.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will seU at my ?tore,
corner ol King and Liberty streets,
76 CAS .H BOOTSAND SHOES.
COMFIUH1NO T11E FOLLOWIXU STYLES :
Cam? MEN'S CALF ILVLF WELT AND TA1MSOLE
Casen Men's Kip Half Welt Boots
Cases Men's Cnlf and Kip Balmorals
Crises Mo'i'a Calf and Kip Urogallo
t'uses Boys' Kip Hoots
Casts Youths' Kip Hoots
Cases Ladies' (??at ami Huff Balmorals
I CubcH Ladles' Lasting Congress
I' Cartoons Ladles', Mna*M? and Oblhlrou'fl Rh?n.
Immediately alter tho salo of Shoes, I will sell the bal
STOCK OF DHY GOODH. CLOTHING. Ac.
SATINETS, FLANNELS, Cottou Flannel, Tweeds?,
j Broadcloth, Cassimerc, JcaniL Irish Linen, PopUhut,
I French CUssimero, be; -aBsimero and Satinet Pant?,
Vests aud Coate.
15 cases UM ?BELLAS
70 Aman Mfltt'a und Boya' Ciiodmeto, Clotb, Felt and
Terms cash. November 10
BY H. M. MARSHALL.
THIS DAY, loth instant, ot 11 o'clock, wiU be nold, botero
1 SADDLB AND DRAFT UOBSE
1 Mule and Buggy
1 Huidlo Pony
1 Handsome Saddle lion;?
1 lot of Furniture and SuiidrioH
I HANDSOME CABPET, nearly new.
Direct Importation.?Choice i^tha Molasses.
It V J. A. EIVSLOW ?St CO.
On TUESDAY noxt, 20th inst., wiU bo nold, beforo our
Ht ore, No. 135 East Hay, at 11 o'clock,
Tbo CARGO of British sehr. Alert, jU6t arrived from
11 Stems } MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
Estate Sate of Valuable Sea Island Plantalions sit
xia'ed on hdisto Island?Rice Lands opposite Wil
ton, Si. PauCs Parish?Cotton Lands on Toogoo
doo Creek, St. PauVs Parish, in the Stale of South
Carolina, belonging to the late Ephraim M. Ray
BY H. II. DeLEON.
! Will bo sold, at Public Auction, in tbo City of Charleston,
! 8. C on WEDNESDAY, tho 0th of December, 18CG, at
II o'clock, at tho old Custom House, corner of Broud
< and East Bay streets,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PLANTATIONS:
Edisto Island. Acres.
Seaside Plantation.300, more or lesa
Residuo of Hickory Hill.100, more or less
Wilson's.132, moro orl : i
Palmetto.133, moro or lesh
Sbcrgoold.108, more or loss
bbell Houso.IDO, moro or less
Red House.ISO, moro or less
Soabrook's.101, more or less
The above adjoin, and may be purchas
ed as one Plantation, containing hi
all.1320, more or less
Rabbitt Point. 074, moro or less
Laroche's.. 200, moro or lesa
Little Edisto Placo.;... 300, more or loss
Total number of Acres on Edisto
Island.2100, more or Ices
St. Paul's Parish Cotton Plantation on
Toogoodoo.600, more or leas
St Bartholomew's Pariah Rico Planta
tion, opposite WUton (R, L.).200, more or less
Total amount of Land.3100, moro or less
Terms?One-third cash; balance in ono and two years,
secured by bond and mortgago of tbo premises.
THOS. H. WLLLINGHAM,
Trustee of E. M. Baynard, deceased.
N.B.?Any information In relation to the above may
be obtained from WILLIAM WHALEV, Esq., Solicitor,
No. ?18 Broad street, Charleston, B. C, or H. H. DeLEON,
No. 22 Broad street. wf October 24
First QualUv Rice Plantation to be Rented.
BY ?T. DBAYTON FORD,
Broker and Commission Agent.
Tho very desirable RIOE PLANTATION, known aa
"South Chachan," situated on tho western branch of the
Cooper Rlvor. This Plantation is located at the beat
EiU?h of tho tides; is freo from salts; has been under un
iterrupted culture, and is in complete order. It em.
braces 202 ocres primo Bwamp land Which is cultivated
has a large tract of upland fields suited for cotton or pro
visions, and an abundance of wood for fuel. It haa ex.
tensivo accommodations for laborers, barn, and every,
thing suitable for its successful management, rosses
si on given no soon as required.
For particulars inquire as above, at
No. 40 BROAD STREET.
November 10 so 3 tntha Charleston.
Estate Sale?Plantation in St. Andrew's Parish.
BY LOUIS D). DeSAUSSTJHE.
At Private Sale?
HOPETON PLANTATION, in St Andrew's Parish,
about five mUes from Charleston, on the Steno River, op
p?sito to John's Island. Tbo tract contains about 07f
acres of land, about 725 of which are high land?the
balance marsh bind. Excellent crops of Sea Island Cot
ton bavo bcon modo upon tbo placo for several years.
About 400 acres of the land aro cleared and adapted to
tho culturo of Cotton and Provisions, ond about SI tc
Rice. Tbo place is planted this year, and bas a fair cror
For particulars apply to
November 7 wftnO No. _i BROAD^TREET.
At Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD S? MATIIEWES,
No. 311-3 Broad street.
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FLR8T-CLA88 WATER-POWERS, SUMMEI
RESORTS, Ac, be, in this State and Georgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTf
in every part of tho city. 8mo September 21
Sea Island Cotton Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD Ai MATIIEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 311-3 Uroad-atrcet
At Private Sale?
RICHFTELD PLANTATION, on John's Island, neo:
Briok House; 626 acres, 400 cleared. This plantation ii
near tho sea, and the lands productive and weU adoptee
for Cotton, Rico and Provisions.
, November 7_ _ mwf 0
Sea Island Cotlon Plantation.
BY CLIFFORD ?i DIATI1EWES,
Real Estato Agents, No. 31>?? Broad street.
At Private Salo?
BRICK HOUSE PLANTATION ON JOHN'S ISLAND,
well knowu for its productiveness, as the crop of cottoi
now being harvested will show. It contains 900 acres o
high land, 000 of which are cleared ; the balance bcnvil?
Umbered with Uvo oak and other mixod timbor, admira
bly adapted for ilno finishing work; a good landing foi
vessels, offers great faculties for shipment of lumber. At
tached is a body of marsh, valuable for manuring cotton
Plantation healthy to resido ou winter and summer. Oi
it is a largo and handsomo BRICK DWELLING HOUSI
of eleven rooms, exclusivo of basemonta, with outbuild
inga, and a largo Engino House and Steam Engine Tin
drainago faciUtioa of tbo abovo placo aro of tho best, ren
doring it very safo for cotton planting. Lawn and otlio
grounds about tho Residence highly ornamented and im
proved formerly. wnnO November 7
REAL ESTATE OF THE STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, S. C.
At Private Sol???
Tbo Commissioners of tho State Works at Greenville
8. C? oiler at Private salo
THE RfllAL ESTATE OF 8AID WORKS.
Tbo Tract of Land contains twenty acres, and is situ
ated ono mUo and a third from tho Court Houso a
Ore eu ville, S. O, having tho Ando mou road on ono sldi
and tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad on Uio other
A branch track from tho railroad runs hito tbo premises
About twelvo acres of the land is onclosed with a hlgt
and close batten fence, and within tho oucloauro aro
THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS, VIZ:
OFFICE, 18 by 40 foot; 3 finished rooms, 2 fireplaces.
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 200 feet, with brick basement
and Boiler Houso attached, and 00 feet Chimney am
MACHINE SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, with Boiler Honsi
and Drying Houso attached, and 00 foot Chimney ant
BLACKSMITH SHOP, 60 by 100 feet, wiUi 17 Forges
IRON FOUNDRY, brick, with two Cupolas, Air Fur
nace. Oven and Chimney.
BRASS FOUNDRY, 20 by 30 foot, with Cupola, doubl
Furnaco and Chimney.
CARPENTER 8HOP, 60 by 100 foot, on brick pillars
with Engino Houso attached.
8maU BLACKSMITH SHOP. 20 by 22 feet, with doubl
PATTERN HOUSE, ono and a half story, 20 by 4
BTOREROOM, 20 by 60 feet, on brick pUlara,
STOREROOM, 23 by 60 foot, on brick piUara.
SMOKEHOUSE. 18 by 40 feet.
CORN CRIB, 1J by 24 feet
SHED, 26 by 70 feet
IRON HOUSE, COKE SHED, STABLE, FODDFJ
WELL HOUSE, 18 by 20 foot.
SmaU ENGINE HOUSE.
Terms?A credit of ono and two years, in equal inste'
ment?, with interest from date, on approved person?,
security, mortgago of tho promises, and assigned lnsui
anee of the buildings.
There ore several small Buildings on tho premise
outside of tho enclosure, which will be sold for cash, t
bo removed from tho promises.
For further informoUon apply to
C. J. ELFORD,
Secretary to Conimlaaionoru State Works,
Ootober M mwf Greenvillo, & C.
Cotos and Furniture at Auction.
BY L. BUNCH ?St SO?M,
No. 500 Ha?? ?.trcet.
WiU be sold at 12 o'clock THIS DAY7 Kith instant,
111 head SPRINGERS
Several Spring Wagons
:? Saddles, nearly now
0 now Cottage Bcdstentla
A lot of Old Furniture
4 Parlor or Olllco ?loves.
OarUnllinilnl articles received up to hour or sale.
November 10_._ _
"SALE OF GOVERNMENT I'llOPEIlTY.
Will bo sold at Public Auction, ut thoQuarmsstor s Bloro
huii?-en. South Cotxunuxvlal Wharf. Cuarlobtou. t?. U.? at
1U A. U. ou FRIDAY, Nov. '?id, lt??I,_?a?--??,
A lot of UNSERVICEABLE QUARTERMASTERS
PROFER? Y. consisting o?
11ABNE.-SS, huddle?, Tool?, flltovcls. Spades, Axes,
Tents, Tent rolen, camp Keiths, Mesa Pans, btovos.
Pipe, Machinery, lie., kc, kc, ?.c.
Tliiiih cash in tlovoriiinoiit Funds. Coodfl to ho re
moved within nvo days ulUsr otdo. ._ _
R. O. TYLER,
Brovot Major-Gou'l and Chief <J. M.
River Swamp and Upland Plantations, Milla and
BY ll. ItlcCAIaL.
At Privat??- Ralo? ??
That extoindvo ftltd valuable RICE AND COTTON
PLANTATION in OU Andrew's Parish, ten miles from
UM city, known as Long Savannah, coutaiuuin t'iltiO aerea
o? laud ; about 600 ore cloaxod, and was suceCssluBy cul
livutcd thin year; the buLiaco Ih well tiiiibcrud wltli every
variety Of growth. Tho superior productivo qualities of
thoBo Lands, aud their proximity to market, should com
mend them to tho attention of persons wishing to pur
All that attractive INLAND RICE, COTTON AND PRO
VISION PLANTATION iu St. James' and St. Ucorgo's
Parishes, fifteen miles from tho city, on Uto bouth Ouro
lina Ruilroad, known as Windsor Hill, uonttduing 1350
aeren of laud, about KM cleared und lu Uno condltiou for
cultivai inn, balan?a woU wooded. Dwelling, Negro
Houses aud other improvements ou the phtci?.
AU that lucrative and healthy UPLAND COTTON AND
GliAIN PLANTATION, with a llrst-cluss Saw Mill there
on, Hituato four miles south of Florcnco, in Darlington
District, South Carolina, and Immediately on the lino of
Uni Northeastern Railroad. Tlio MUls uro in successful
operation. There aro 1D0O acres; 45? acres Ural quality
Cotton Laud cleared ; ION ucreti heavily timbered with
Yellow line, buildings and othor improvements unuoUy
found on a well nettled estate, with nuiles, wonons, im
plements, Ac; cattle and ?mall hord of improved breod.
Tho placo is well worthy tho attention of capitalists.
PARKER'S FERRY, with 132 acres of fertilo Land,
lying on both sides of Ediiito River, perpetual charter,
which yields a considerable incomo annually, can be
purchased much below its value.
A SMALL TRACT of 10M acres of Land, suitable an a
farm, 11 mites from tho city, on tho South Carolina Rail
road, i'-an bo had for ono hundred and llity dollars cash.
A FARM of 25 acres, with Dwelling aud every neces
sary ontbuilding, beautifully located In tho vlllago of
Grscnwood, AbboviUo District, 8. O., and on tho Green
ville and Columbia Railroad. Plats can bo scon at olllco.
Terms accommodating. Apply aa above at
November 16 3 No. 61 BBOAD STREET.
Comfortable Residence near Soutli Battery.
It! V ALONZO .1. WHITK ?Sc SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers At Real Estate Agents.
At Private Solo?
A COMFORTABLE TWO-STORY WOODEN RESI
DENCE, nituato In King street a few doors from South
Battery, and known by the numbor "28." Tho House
contains nvo square rooms, beside? two attics and pantry.
On the premises are Carriago House, Kitchen, Ac. The
Lot measures 70x181, more or less. For particulars ap
ply as above, at No. 68 EAST BAY 8TREET.
One of the most Valuable MUls, with Wncirces At
tached, in the City of Charleston.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE ?V SON,
Brokers, Auctioneers, At Real Estate Agents.
At Privutc Sale?
Ono of tho most valuable MIELS, driven by the
heaviest ateam power, and moat approved machinery;
adaptable for any manufactory, with wharves attached,
in the City of Charleston.
For particulars apply as above at offlco
No. 68 EAST BAY.
A Rare Chance for a Profitable Inves'ment.
BY L. BUNCH At SON,
No. 500 King street.
At Private Sale?
A STEAM ENGINE, BOILER AND SAW MILL.
Mill has never been used. Price $2700. Apply as above.
November 10 fl,s
Slock. Fixtures and Good Wills of two Establish
ments al Frivole Sale.
BY SMITH Ai MeOILLIVHAV,
No. ?7 Broad Street, Near State Street.
Ono WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY AND LI
Ono DRUG STORE.
Both of these are on our principal business streets.
November 14 3
Farms, Rice and Cotton Plantations.
BY SMITH At McOILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street, Real Estate Brokers.
At Private Sale or to Lease?
A FAllM, 6 miles from the city, on the Ashley; good
A FARM, 13 miles from city, on South Carolina Rail
A PLANTATION, near Parker's Ferry, on Ediato River;
1CO0 acres cotton and rice: good setloment.
A LARGE AND VALUABLE PLANTATION on John's
Island, on tho Kiawah River.
A LARGE AND VALUABLE PLANTATION on Janiee?
Island, opposito Lcgarevllle.
For particulars apply to
SMTTH k MoGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 27 Broad street.
November 12 mwf3
Cotton and Rice Plantation in 8L PauPs Parish,
at Private Sale.
BY SMITH ab McOILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Broker?, No. 37 Broad Street.
At Private Sale?
A PLANTATION of 2300 acres, of which 200 under
fence, TOO acres cleared cotton and rice land, quarters
for forty laborers, barn, stables, gin, press, and nil re
quisito outbuildings; 600 of good pasture land, balance
A PLANTATION in the same Pariah, eight nales from
Charleston and Savannah Railroad, fifteen miles from the
city. 3000 acres, 1000 cioared, balanco well woodod. 600
acres cleared Rice land, backed by extensivo and
never failing reservoirs. 400 acres finest Sea Island Cot
ton Lands under fonce, fino new dwelling and sixteen
doublo negro houses. Largo cotton houso, with steam
engine, which drives gins for any staple of cotton.
TWO FARMS on Edist j Island, one Of 30 acres, nearly
all cleared?settled place. Anothor of C2 acres, 20 clear
ed, balanco wooded?prime cotton lands adjacent. Con
bo sold togethor. SMITH k McGILLIVRAY,
Novembor 12 No. 27 Broad street.
Small Houses in Hanover and Nassau-streets at
BY SMITH ?Si McQILLrVRAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 27 Broud-street. near State?street.
2 IIOUHES with good Lots, In Hanover-etroot
1 Houso iu Nansau-stroot, east nido, next north of
For terms, apply as above._ October 30
Furniture, Horses, Vehicles, <?(?., at Auction
BY SMITH At McOILLIVRAY,
Noa 27 Broad street, soutli side, near State
Sales of FURNTT?RE, Ac., at private roaidenocs at
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction ovcry WEDNESDAY for HORSES. VEHICLES
FURNITURE, Ac, at hi.h-.past 10 o'clock, at our o?loc '
AT PRIVATE ?1 ALE,
SMITH & M'GILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH SIDE, NEAR STATE STREET.
FIRST CLASS 8EA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATTONH
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS "M
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE MANUFACTORIES.
MILL BITES AND DELIGHTFUL SUMMER BEB?
DENCKS, in variouB parts of tho SouthT^^
HOUSES AND BUIXDING LOTS of all alzos Drices
and descriptions, in ovory part of tho Ctty
September 2C^ ^ ' wft?3mo
CHEAP BOOT AD SHOE STORE,
No. C59 King-street,
BBLcW C?EOROE ?TRBKT.
YODx^X*i7ND fi* ?2* ABOVE ESTABLISH
MENT a full supply of Gent's, Boye' and Youths*
??001^ S2B. Q->%PS AND SUITERS? SSg?
Misses' tmd Children's Ctongress G*it?rs? Polish Boota.
Balmoral^ Bootees, BusKlnii and Slipper? o? ovory do?
Bcription ; Gent's and Boys' Hate of all kinds.
The above Goods I am determined to sell at tho lowoat
poBsiblo price. My motto is oulolc aaiea and small iirofla*.
Gtva me a cal? ana you -frtn be iwnatled. ^^ """*
October 20 rtut**???