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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 18CG.
LARGEST CIRCULATION' Di TUE STATE.
LAUGEST CIRCULATION IS THE CIT?.
??THE LIST OF I-l-'lTTl-nr-S !--_
_-.__._ NIISTC?- in tl.e _7o?-?ti>ffioo at tin5?
.anti of et-Ol. w^fk in pua.llsr.e_l ofn
ouUly in _ EX H U -_. I IL. Y N I. W S
.vei'y jr?i-<la.v i-iorii-i-R
Thk O-D Guaiid, for Docombor, bas reached ne.
It is adornod with a Uno likoncss of tliu lato Ocn.
A. P. IIn_-.
r____o-A_.-Clianco'.l>r ?V. D. Johnson ?h in tho
.ity, lioaring motions in chnnibcr?. Tho Bar ?8
iniii',- indebted to tho Chancollor for Ui?h visit, as
it greatly facilitate- butj?iiu__.
Tux 8-oaiuor (lei. ?Ijo'cer, Captain To-iieht,
fropi Edisto, arrived .ita iatohour laut night. Tho
following aro hor pa-BOngora and consign?os :
OonBixnryH-O L Ouiilcaumo. J J II Frey, J A Lnulow
k Co, and Order.
Pao_oii|}ors-J Wrljjht. O "'.avons, H J Whaloy, Lieut
fltoctor. Or -todd-rtl, J Leaulord, ? lteod, K Mikell. W
Tub Leoislattiiie.-Tlio b?tela of the city aro
ronderod quito ?voly just now by tho presence of '
members of tho Legislature and other poraona en
rout? to Columbia, to altond tho approaching iiea
aion of tho Gonoral Aasonibly. Thoy will leave to
day in company with tho mombora from CkarloB
iuu, and paa .ongera to Columbia may oxpect to
have a crowded time.
Hon. A. G. Maohath and tub Constitutional
2___jrn___?r-.-Wo clip tho following from the nowa
column of tho Now York Journal of Commerce,
bat it ia not original in that papor, and wo havo
no authority for bolioviug it, except that it ap
pears in bo roapcctablo a Journal :
Ex-Governor A. G. Magrath, of South Carolina,
has written a lottor to Governor Orr iu favor of tho
adoption of tlio Conatitutional Amondmcnt by tho
Southern States au _ measure of reliof.
Aoknowleikiements_Wo arc indoblocl to Mr. F.
Voai__, Nowadealcr in -Lirket-streot, for Dccom
bor copios of ?Yank Leslie's Lady's Magazine and
RemorcsCs Young America, Tlie Round Table,
Staats ZeUung, and all tho Now York Dailies.
The flint ia too well known to nood description,
but the latter is a now magazine, and ono
-pocially deserving the attoution of parents.
It ?b got up wita groat caro for tho omuse
mont and instruction of boys and girla, and
is a neat little quarto, woll bound, beautifully
printed and ologuutly illustrated. Decidedly tho
most attractive juvouile ruagaziuo that wo havo
The Late Hon. J. L. P-tiobu.-No citizen of
tliia ?tate moro universally commanded the rc
apoct and ostccin of friends und opponents than
the late Mr. Petiuru; and it waa hie fortuno to
Lo bo widely known Hint thoro can bo but few of
our roadora who should not bo included in 0110 of
-tieso cla~.es. Ilia death exiled forth from tho
Bur of Charlo-lon, ol' which ho li.Til so long Leon
tho most brillia.it ornament, a tributo of respect,
consisting of apoochos and resolutions, doing
honor to his lifo aud hallowing lim death. His fol
low-citizons will be glad to learn that this tribute,
an well deserved and ao fittiugly mado, baa boon
preBervod from tho common oblivion of the newa
papor items of tho hour, and lias beon published in
neat pamphlet form, thus enabling all Carolinians,
and OBpecially all Charlostonians, to rotain Buch
an appropriate memon to of a great, wiso and good
Wo take tho following from tho New York Journal
o] Commerce, of tho 22d instant :
Mr. Petigru.-lV.'iardson <_, Co. have issued in
elegant typ.?graph eil form and appoarauco a
pamphlet niemur.ni o? tlio late James L. Petigru,
contain i h?; tin? proccodi:ignof tho Charloston liar
on bia docca-io. Tlio at.To of the issuo is of the
latest and ?no.t luxurious eharador in paper and
C_ostNo op the Cn. Pauk.-For some timo the
gates of this public square havo prosonted impnB
liblo barriers to thoso who wish to take advantage
.f the short cut a (lui (led by it. This ia oapooially
the caso at prosont when tlio corner of Broad and
Mooting in barricaded by the Railroad workmon;
and imprecations both loud and dcop aro show
ered on tho official head who barred tho paanago.
Thoro is no reason why tlio oublie should suffer;
tho park was evidently constructed for thoir con
venience, and though tho closod gates wUl koop
children from playing thoro, yot they alao provont
tho children of a larger growth-tho business
men of tho community-from appreciating it?
bono-ts. It is a bad policy that caused those
closod gatos, and in behalf of numerous citi-ouc
we call upon the authorities to throw them open
to the public, and blessings will be showered on
their hoads from many poor wretches who uo"
havo to oxtond tnoir weary tramp.
The contrast from tho heated, dusty stroBt te
tho Bhollcd walka and shady trocs is so pleasant
that few traverso this park wit'ioutfeo ing a grate
ful sense of relief. To deprive the tired pedestrian
of this pleasure is sinful, and as wo know that i
wish oxprossod to our City Fathers is a favor gain
ed, wo have no hesitation in requesting tho re
opening of tho Park.
-.mo-i-.i on Tin: WnABVES.-This practiao has
always boon considered roprehensiblo, but during
tho interregnum that occurred after tho war the
rulo prohibiting smoking wau not strictly onforced
and many partios indulged in thoir fragrant whi__
on forbidden ground.
As the season advanced and tho cotton began te
como iu, and tho wharvou were Ulled with th<
fleecy staple, this practice bncame very dangorous
especially as tho law prohibiting it was more hon
o rod in tho breach than in tho observance. Th<
police could not always dotoot tho guilty partios
and wbon deluded only orderod them to coani
thoir fumigation. Tho law iu this innttor is nov
eo generally known, and ho many complaints or?
mado both by tho wliarfiiigors and tbo Insulana
Companies, that tlio Mayor ordorod increased vigi
lance, and tho result wuh that six offenders appear
ed beforo his Court yesterday, and a Uno of $5 wai
imposed on each.
A little reflection will show oven tho roost in
votorato smoker that ho ?b violating l"w and ordei
and ontlangoring property aud Ufo, by carrying a
lighted sogar or pipo among such inflamable ma
?.rial as cotton. Common eonso would oxplair
to him the error of his ways, and no oxouao car
palliate tho oGonco.
Wo aro pl.at.ud to soo that the authorities arc
enforcing this ordinance, and thoir offorta will
moot the approval of tho community, and mcril
tho comiu.iidation of tho smokers themselves. Ii
? porno.! cannot control hiniBolf, and will troapaa.?
on forbidden lorritory, why he must o'on boor tht
"oi_?_.iuc"..", and a lino of $5 will not only cur
tail his tobacco expenditures, but will bo a gentle
romiiuli-- for "11 timo to como,
OobAbtibt in im [Fifty drawinga on wood).-Leaves
from Uio ekolch Book of a Traveller, during tho Winter
or 1805-0. By Coo. W. Carleton, author of "Our Artist
in Cuba," etc. Now York: Carleton, publituicr.
Mr. (\uti.i:ton combiuoH tho raro qualifications
of author, artist anil publisher all in his oivu por
8on. "Wo did not seo tho predecessor of tho pros
out volumo, 'Our Artist iu Cuba," but havo road
vory flattering noticos of it. Tho BkotchoH of thiB
little volumo uro vory clovor.-somo, of courso,
moro bo than others.-showing an oxuboianco of
humor, and n happy faculty of fixing it in tho most
mirth provoking groupa and figures.
"Our Artist in Italy," and "Oui- Art?Bt in Franco,"
aro now iu prosa, and soon to bo published. Tlio
book is for Bale by John Russell, Charlustou.
The Land We Love. No. 1, Vol. II. Edited by Gen. D
II. IBU, Charlotte, N. C.
Tho Novombor number of this favorito magazino
has boon lying on our tablo for Bovcral days,
awaiting notice Tho contents aro moro than
usually at ractivo this mouth. Fir?t wo havo Gon.
Hampton's lloport of tho Operations of tho 1st and
2d Divisions of Cavalry, noar Trovilliuu Station,
from tho 8th to tho 2iith of Juno, 18?i-novcr be
Next follows tho second part of a vory interest
ing and woll-writton paper on "Tho Low Country
of t?oiitli Carolina.," by ?onoral Q. JIanioault.
"Skolchos nntl Auocilotcs of Bishop Folk" como
next, and thon a Bhort sketch headed "Southern
HoiueBtoails." "Hospital Skotches" ie contimu;d,
and will bo widoly road. "Homo on Furlough,"" by
a lato "So-called," will vividly recall tho delicious
family ro-unions, bo raroly enjoyed by oui- boya
during Um latter part of the war.
"Northoru PriBOn Lifo" followa next. This is to
bo continued. Professor Blake contribute- a se
cond papor on "Nutrition of Animals." "Tho
Barnwolla of South Carolina," "Tho Haversack,"
and an interostiug Miscellany, togethor with
vorsoB interspersed all through tho magaziuo,
maleo up tho romainder of tho contents.
News fhom tue Steamship KmansnEn.-Sue
is Sunk at Sea.-Tho following telegram wbb
kindly furnished to us last night by tho agouts of
the steamship Kingfisher at this port, Mossrs.
Mobdecai & Co., who suppliod it to tho press as
Boon as recoived :
Balte-OBE, Novombor 25,18G6.
Messrs. Mor deca? ?t Co. :
Kingfisher sunk at sea on the 13th. PaBSongors,
oxcopting four colored stowartla, all saved, and ar
rivoil hero to-day by Btoamor Liborty from Havana.
(Signed) MORDECAJ ?fe CO.
Tho steamship Kingfisher, Captain IIa-i?is, sail
ed from Baltimore for this city on tho 10th inst.,
with a full cargo of grain, bacon, aud gouoral
niorchandi'jo, consigned to parties in thin city and
the interior. Sho was well commanded and a fast
boat. Her non-arrival hore has caused much anx
iety, and whilo various conjectures wcro niatlo in
rcforonce to hor, the long delay without any intel
li -cuco had induced somo persons to suppose that
Hho had gone down with all on board. She has
sunk, according to the telegram, and four lives
havo boen lost, said to bo all colorod stewards.
No particulars aro givon as to tho maunor of tho
sinking, but we may look for early nows. Tho
survivors woro probably picked up hy a vessel
bound to Havana and camod to that place, and
havo arrived at Baltimore in tho Bteamship
U. S. DiflT-ioT CounT.-Wo loam from, tho Co
lumbia Phonix that tho U. S. Diatrict Court will
bo hold in that placo this day, Hon. Oeo. S. Huyan
_Lvyo-'s Cotjbt, November 24.-Susan Hutlaon,
a well known colored habitue of tho judicial pre
cincts, wont to a danoo, but imbibed so much
whiskey that hor log? became tangled and unable
to trip the light fantastic. Boing aware of this
infirmity sho loft tho festivo scouo, and applied to
tho j ail for relief, but the hard-hearted janitor re
fused to loud a liBtoning ear lo tho story of her
woos, and handed hor ovor to the tendor mercies
of a neighboring star. Susan met with no favor
from the oflbndod justice, hut was summarily unod
$0, or five days' solitary reflection on the evil in
fluence of sky.
A moon-struck Jcomes found that tho load of
whiskey ho had ou hoard prevented him from see
ing moro than two objects at a time. He thought
this was owing to boiuo malignant influence of the
orb of night, and aat down to argue tho caso. Tho
subject waB so intricate that he wont to sleep over
it, and waa roaurrpoted by the police, who took him
to the academy of arts, and the ditToronco bof.woon
sky and mooushino was shown bim for the trifling
sum of $5. *
A darkoy, whoBo knotty wool boro somo resom
blanco to his flock, was found dead drunk among
somo sheep that ho was trying to biing to town.
Ho looked vory sheepish whon called on, but his
ideas wore all wool-gathering, and ho was fined $3
to moko lum hush.
A Monsieur, who waa not au fait iu English, ap
pliod for lodgings, but was told that tho hoBpitali
tiea of the Hotel do Ville woro not disponsod pro
miscuous, and ho had bettor repeat bia call. Ho
listened, pondered, and sloped.
The Cuableston IIiuh School_The examina
tion of tho sevoral olassoa commencos tina morn
F ing. Tho public aro invited to bo present. See
A New I*ib*_.-Mossra. A. H., W. G., and J. S.
. M-ZVok havo associated themselves in a firm for
, the purpose of conducting a collecting and com
, miasion business. They ore energetic, active men,
. woll known to tho community, and it is only neo
. ossory to announce their purpose to sooure them
1 New Music-Mr. Henby Sbioltno has just ro
'< ceived from the publiahor, Wm. Pond, a now com
' position of Mr. Joseph Poznansei, tho well known
? aud accomplished pianist, (Cradle Song) words by
I our fellow townsman Mr. Daniel OrroLENQDi.
All our devotees of Ht. Ceoilo will, we think, hasten
' to have this little rod g on their pianos, as they ore
* alroady autlicioutly acquainted with the talents of
> both those gentlomon to fool impationt to admire
' thom once moro.
, Habdwabe, Cutlery, gPMAMU and Houhk
> k-eftno A-ticlkb.-Tho attention of our readers,
r and of hounokonpors particularly, is especially di
> reotod to the advortisomout of Moeurs. J. E. Aoor.n
) ?_ Co., who aro now receiving direct from England
- a very extensivo tuoortment of the above goods.
. This finn bus also on band an extensive stock oi
i the most approved and best known agricultural im
plements, which thoy offer at tho lowest markot
* rates, wholesale and rotail, at their establish
.* monto Nos. G2 East Bay and 189 Meeting-street.
Ci/>TrrrNo Rbady-Hade and Made to Obdxb.-A
i largo supply of seasonablo clothing bas Just boon
i rocoivod at the Clothing House of Charleston, No.
219 King-atroct, one door south of Morkot-atroot,
i and also au extensivo assortmout of the best stufl
1 for gontlomon's clothes, which will bo made to or
t der. Mr. Wm. MAT"n_a_*8"_i?, the proprietor, baa
F boon known as a roliablo clothing merchant in this
i city for many year-, and his ofllciunt and attentive
i Buperintondent, Mr. B. W. MoTtoeoub, ja a young
. man who has already acquired an enviable popu
i larity aa a salesman. For further particular- soo
advortiaomonl, or call and examino for yonreolf.
Tue Era and Eab.-Hood Dr. G___.neb _ ad
A fine Bear wUl bo cut up in tho Gamo Market
this morning. 1*
Geo. J. IIenkb-S, Lacy c. Co's advortisonicnt of
olcgnut furnituro appoars in another column. It
is, wo aro informod, tho largest rotaiistoro for fur
nituro in tho United Ktato. 1G0 foot front by 100
foot doop and fivo stories high-all used as n fur
Sfecta- to tue Ladix-.-At Mia. S. J. Cotou
et-t's Emporium of Fashions, No. '_G3 King street,
can bo found tho largest and most choice scloction
of "milliuory" iu tho City, and at tho lowe st prices.
Ladies buying for the country will do well to el
and oxamino beforo purchasing olsowhero.
Particular attention givou to country orders.
Special to the Ladie..-At MrB. S. J. Co.cn
ett'b Emporium of Fashions, No. _.;$ King ?trod,
can bo found tho largo.-t and moat oh nice "election
of "milliuory" in the city, and tit tho lowest prices, j
Ladies buying for the country will do well to edi I
and examino boforo purohaning olsewhoro.
Particular attention givon to country orders.
No Butter tn ttie World.-It may bo safoly ti
sorted that not even tho rciowaod ?uglish Tolut
Soaps, mcluding the Old Brown Windsor, can "nr
pasB tlioHO wiltoo ure inaiiufacUircd by Coi-iath &
Co., John-Htrci't, New York. Thin linn 1ms lindan
experionco of many years in preparing nil kinds of j
family or Toilet Soaps, mid have brought tho nun
ufacture to a vory high degreo of perfect.on, wLilo
ot tho purity ,f thoso soapB thcro is no question. '
-a> ? _.
A ne ililli Suleu Till. Day.
F. Baokub will soil this day, at his storo, No. 13(5 Meet-1
iug-atrcet, opposite. Pavilion Hotel, at half-past 10o'clock,
a lot of dry goods, hosiery, clothing, Ac.
Jons 3. liions will this day, at the resideuco northeast
coruor of King and 'fradd utroets, at 10 o'cloc_, sundry
articles of household Iurniturc.
Tho best Dyspeptic Bittors now in uso aro Pank-TN'i
Hepatic Bitters. Thoy uovor fail to givo relief. Try ?
bottle, and bo convinced. For solo by all Druggista. m
If too want Lion. Biscuit, Pie Crust, aIuIUur, or
Corn Bread, call into H_N_- Bibchoff k Co.'a, No. 137
Fast Bay street, Cliarleeton, 8. C, and got n box of Pio
noor Yeast Powdor, with direction-, now iu uso by tho
best Hotels and Pastry Coolia In Ulis city.
November 19 muflinn
Co___ton Bi-TT-ia 1iob boon unod for tho last fifty
ye_ro; and rocommonrlcd by all who have used it, us
being tho best Bitters for DyBpciiBi- and all nervous dis
eases. Ask for Collet on Bitter., and toko no other.
November 25 nwf
"Help Me, CAsaraB, ob I Sink I" is tho cry of Na-.uro,
wliou the hc-thy action of tho aystcni la lmp_irod. Nature
asks to bo hol,?ed-not thwarted-and this help, wliou the
organs of Bcerotion fail to perform tilt ir natural func
tions, ia best given by MARSDEN'S VEGETARLE
SANA TIVE PILLS, which perform their work in a gent?o
manner, and iuvolvo none of tho?? ? subsequent ill ofTocts
whicli oro Bum to follow tho uso of many of tho nostrums
of tho day. For sale by all Druggists.
KINO it CAS-IDE-, Agenta.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO., Agents.
November 2d 0
HoMooPATHic Medioax, Notice.-Dru. Oleck-E- _
Kern.KY (of Columbus, On.,) having permanently located
In Charleston, raspeou olly tender their sorviceo to tho
citizens, in tho prucUco of Homceop-thy.
Dr. C. has had the experionco ol' fifteen years In this
school of medicine.
Office at our residence. No. 11, S. Vf. oorner COLL-GE
and GREEN STREET- (oorner or Orten).
l__av-_? lu. Ci.i.L"__T, _.D.".PnmpT."un_rr, If.D.
b Aptcmbrr J lyr
j. E. ma & co.
N0. 62 EAST BAY,
NO. 1_9 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. ft,
ABE NOW KECEI?/rNG PER BRIO CARDIGAN,
direct from England, of BEST ENGLISH MANU
FACTURE, a large assortment of
BLOCK TIN GOODS,
WAITERS' TOILETTE SETTS,
COFFEE AND TEA SETTS, &c. ice.
SHOVELS AND TONGS, IN SETTS TO MATCH.
FLOWER STANDS, Sec, &o.
ENGLISH POTS, OVERS ARD COVERS,
IK BEAD-UTT- OUDEB.
ENGLISH SASH CORD
WROUGHT SHUTTER BOLTS.
A well aaaortod lotof ENGLISH REFINED IRON, of all
Thoy have now In stock a boautiful a__ortr_o_t of
RODGERS' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, of v__o_s
patterns; Rodgers' Scissors, Razors and Noodles, In
l_t_dBomo canea; fl?vor-platod Toa Betta, Spoons, Fcrks,
The attention of Sportsmen Is respectfully collo, to
their bc-utlful pat-omfl of Dixon'? POWDER FLAHK3,
Shot Pouohos, Llqnor Flaaka, Doga' Collara, Whln-os, Au.
P-rouselon Cape, Gun Wada, Gunpowdor and Shot, Ung.
hab Bonblo Barral and Single Barrel Gun*, Boya' Gua,
Sporting Rifles, Brea_h-lo_dlng Rifles, Mu__ot", Celt's
Pint?la of all ?lie-. Cartridge Revolvers, of varions
They are parin? particular attention to Uioir AGRI
CULTURAL DEPARTMENT, and invite the pnbllt to
call and examino man?/ of the latest lniprovamente _ud
.'?montions In that line:
Wagner's Wheat Drill, with Guano ati__hme_"
Uorae Powers for Gins and Mill-, Uio cheapest in the
Owens' patent Cotton and Corn Planter.
Billings'patent Corn and Guano Plantar.
Cotton Gins, both Hand and Power.
Corn 8hoilers, Singlo and Doubla, for Hand or Parer.
Straw and Feed Outtoro, Pago's Garden Plows.
Bice Fan Mills.
Amen' Plows, Ona Hereo and Two Koree.
Collins' Stool Plows, with a varloty of patterns and oes.
B?lido.-.' Haul wara
Grindstone-, ko. _
Constantly on han. a large stock of SWEDISH UON,
o' all sixes, Imported direct from S weeden.
All offered at the LOWEST MARKET RATES, wtolo
s_U and retail. Noyomba?.
Sales EVERY KYEN1NU at 7 o'clock, by KILnOY k Co..
Mu. '??9 Klng-streot, of a koiut.i1 ussurtmcnt of DRY
a-ODS, Clothing, Fancy (iootls, Jewelry, boots ami
ii 11 ii ?h. Cutlery. Perfumery ami Boapt.
Hillanco Country Store-Assigned Stock of Hoots
and Shoes. Dry floods, <'lothing. Notions, ?te,
Thuoar*), (rockery and (Rassware, on account oj
Underwriter? enid ntl concerned.
ait-i-AY ?_ < v ii I'm ; 1.1..
<mli Ali? lion lliin.f,
OpposHc III?? Via? "??iiliiiH? ?>. llu???l-.-:i r?ct,
Will soil TO-MOHUOW flueiiduy'. '.7lh, tit 10 o'clock, by
l'-tuk'cu?, tor i-H-.lt,
BALANCE OF A COUNTRY -l-itE-DRY OOODS,
Clothing, Notiouii, Hat?, ?Ve., Ita,
Aaalgnad -lock ol ISoots, Shoes, _c, for City and Coun
TAILOR'S AND WOOLLEN DUE '9l*R'.S STOCK OF
CLOTHS, (JuBsiuicrcs, Punt Mill!? lu vuiiiiiiH iiilii-K-n and
TIN WAUK, OL.aSSWARE AND CUOCKF.UY-Twcuty
llvc eaaea mni crates usM?rt? vi.
CiitiilOKUt'H mid ?Samples Tuemlay morning.
liais. l)n/ Cooils. Sliocs and Cutts.
HY AOtlN ii. MIIa.VOK ?Si CO.
TO-MORROW. 27th uist.. tit 10 ?iVln.k, will bo sold at our
Kales iiouin. No. i:i:j Mcci-u: street,
MEN'S ?LACK AND DBAB HATS
Pl-lnU-d and Plain SuIIiipIh, t auton Flannel
Satinet Piuit.", Ciilii-o -s, IdtMM-iod Shirting
Moil'? Heavy W?*il Soolt.i, I'liildr.-n's Stiw?
."lieu'? Heavy Ciruy Over und Utid'.-i-sliirlii
Coloivd W?*il .shirts Ladle-1 -striped Wool Hone
Wormed O.ips, Nubian, Woiatetl Yura, Collara and C_lTs
Ktuwla, UiK i-.ii-H, Oh-tpa, Buool ?.Nilton
\V. H. mid ?lui! Thread, ili.ul and l'ot-koi rjd_fn.
Llnell Urania, AWPOB t'luctm
Ladli'H' While and Slat- Colton II.iho
Children's Worsted Striped Hone, Colored Cambric?.
4 superior ENOLISH BOUI3LE-BARREL 0-N3.
AT PHI VATE SAT.I?.
Roxoi ?rdt quality FIB1-* CIUCKSB3.
UMlF.H DECREl? I*V nQ,UIT"?.
?lust vs. Varies*.
TO-MOItROW, Uio 271b lust,, ul U uYlo?-k A. M., willIta
sold under tbo direction of Uio Munter, n-.-ur I lu- OUI
AU that LOT OF LAND, wllh tho bu'liUngB thorcon,
known lu a plat thereof us annoxod to a titlo from Col.
Wm. Drayton to Wm. WijdiLiimn, reronlcd In Uio Ol?lco
of Mesno Conveyance by the nuuibisr 1*17, at tho eorncr of
Lnurens and Washington streets, In Charleston, measur
ing 46 foait 4 ini-hes iii front on Laurens street by K11 feet
V iiiclipB in deptli on Waa -lupton Rlroct; having such but
tings and bouudinga aa sot out in tho mud pint.
Terms-Ono-tliird cn ah ; Uio balance on a credit of ono
and two year?, in a bond of two or moro sureties, with
Intercut payable samUannuaUy, secured by is inort^n-'o of
Uio promises; tbo btiUdJiige to bo insured uud kept In
sured until the bond la paid, and the policy assigned to
Uio Monter. Purchaser to pay for paper?.
J. W. 01UY, Musier in Equity.
November 20 tbm7
Real Estate belonging to Hie Estate of Ronald Mack
BY T. A. AVHITNEY.
On TUESDAY, 18th day of Dei-oniber, at tho north
aide of the Custom House, I will sell, to the l?ghost
bidder, bv or?ler of tho Ks? outor,
ALL OF THE HEAL ESTAI i. ?ELONGINO TO TH?
SAID ESTATE, AS FOLLOWS:
All Uiat LOI'OF LAND, ivllh WOODEN DWELLINO
and Outbuildings thereon, sitnatrd on the north aide of
Vandcrhomt street, known by the No. ii'., Uiroo doors west
of the Neck Market House; contain i 4 square rooms a id
piazza; two roomn in kitchen; tno-isiiriug In front 38 feot,
and in depUi 100 foot, more or loss.
All that LOT OF LAND, with tlio BUILDINGS thereon,
cn the Hiiuth Bitloof Wont-?urlh street, known by tho No.
103, mensurinp in front, on Wentworth etret t, 82 foot,
and In depth 120 feet, moro or 1- as. On tho promises
there is a two story Dwelling, condilliiug - square, rooms,
double piazza; servants' apartment containing - rooms.
Abio, a one story Brick Unllding lut-alod lu rear of Uio
Lot, used many years na u school room, hiving boen
built tor that purpose
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITn TWO-STORY
WOODEN DWELLINO thereon, situated on the wost
of King street, opposite Ann street, and known on the i
plat or land mide by Lowta .T. Barbot, by the letter A ;
the house coutaina four squarn rooms and two fitdshod
attics ; kitchen eontabis two rooina; lot measuring on
Kin? street 2C feet 10 inches, on tho west Uno 22 feet 4
Inches, ou the south aide 1:13 teet K Inches, and having
such shape and form aa will appear by reference to said
ALL THAT OTITEK LOT OF LAND, designated on
sold plat by the letter li, mecsuring in front Vi feet, rear
line 20 foot, and in depth on tho north lino 125 feet G
inches. On tho promises tlioro Is a Wooden Dwelling,
containing four square rooms, two finished attie rooms,
kitchen ol' two rooms. With those premises, the right
of way through Mucldutonh Court of 12 feot, together with
the adjoining lots on said Court.
ALL THAT LOT Of LAND, lettered on enid plat E,
mcui-uring in front on Kin?! alroet 33 foot ?J luchos, on
north Uno 97 feet 3 indus, and ou tim west Uno 31 feet,
and on the south Une, on idackluto.sh Court, 1C?S feet, with
the right of way in common on t:dd t ?mrt. On the
premises there is a two story hot-io, containing G square
rooms, In which lhere ?re two shirr? und two Kitchens.
All that LOT OI* LAND known ou said plat by the let
ter "F," next north of Uio above, measuring on Klug
st roet 21 feet. 4 bichea-, on north line 92 feet; ou tho weet:
line 22 feet; on the south linn 07 foct 3 Inches. On the
promises a two-atory DwuUiug, containing 1'onr &qu_ro
rooms, and a kituhon with 4 rooms.
All that other LOT OF LAND on the north side or
Macintosh Court, lettered "O," on said plut, measuring
ou tho nor iii aud south Hues, each, 22 n-ut. and in depth
63 feet 4 Inches. On the premisos In n two-story woodon
Dwelling, containing 4 rooms.
All that other LOT OF LAND adjoining to tho west of
B-id Court, known by tho letter "Ii," on pint, measuring
on the south Uno 44 loctO inches; on the north Une 47
feet; on the east nu?! west Uno t~> foct 4 inches.
AU that oUier LOT OF LAND lettorod on auld plat "I"
ond "J," weet of the above, mea anting on Uio south Hue,
partially on the said Court and St. Patrick's Comotery,
07 feet C inches; on the north Uno 73 loot; on the coat
line S3 foot 4 tochos: and on tbo west lino Bl feet On
Uieso lota there are tenement wooden buildings, contain
ing 8 rooms mid necosiary out-bnilillnga.
. AU that LOT OP LAND known on Bold plat by the
letters t* and D, on Uio Routh Uno of Mui-ktiitosh Court,
measuring on eaid court 85 feet, o.i cast line 43 feot 4
inches, on south Uno 77 .feet 9 inches, on Uio west line 42
feot 8 inches. On tho premises is a tenement building
containing 8 square rooms and tho out-b ildln? h.
AU Uint other LOT OF LAND fiUiiitted on tho cast sido
of BL Philip-atroot, on said plat lettered L, K, and M,
measuring on St. rhUip-strccl 23 feet, on tho south Uno
177 foot 10 Inches, oast Uno C1 foet; Uienec on the north
Uno, running wostwardly, DI feet; thuuee Tannin; south
wardly 26 feet 4 in?-les; next running wostwardly to St.
. PhiUp-etreet C2 feot 5 tochos. On tho promises thero Is a
tenement building containing ti square rooms, piazza,
AU that LOT OF LAND situ-ted on tho east sido of St.
PUUip-Btreot, adjoining the above, lettered N, measuring
on St, Phillp-atreot 27 feet, south Uno 92 foot 3 luches,
east Uno 21 feet 4 inches, north Uno 80 feet On the
premises a two-atory woodon d?veiling, 4 aquaro rooms,
piazza and kitchen.
The character of all tbo abovo Heal Estate, together with
their locations, moko thom worthy of the attention of
capltaUstB or any ono desh-oua of purchasing a home
Tho Plat of Land can be seen on application at No. 7
Pronklln-stroet, and nil further Information obtained.
Conditions-Ono-third cash ; and tho balance in two equal
annual payments, from Uio day of de. PoUulos of in
surance to bo assigned. Parchaiera to pay me for papers
Novombor 2(1 Nov. 22-dec. 1,4, 8,11, IS, 15,17, l8
SIX TV FINE MTJLEH -FOB BALK.
Tho Kali ula Milla Company, ha vim; no furthar use for
thalr Tc-ma, wUl offer for sale (it their Works on tho
Booth Carol!tin Railroad), eight mDet from Augusta,
(ia., on Uie 1 HUIT TUESDAY In December,
BETTY (00) PENH MULES and TWO (2) nOIt-EB,
with LOO GARTH, WAGONS, UAl'WESS, ko., ko.
Most of these Mules were brought from Kentucky last
winter, and ara very auporior arilmais; they aro all In
exceUest order, after workiuf hard the entire summor.
Thara la no finer lot of Mulei in tin? country. Tuna? caoh,
llENJAMIN F. EVANS,
Pre-idont K?inila Mill?.
M* Aagaata OonstltuUimaUst, t_ivann-h liepublicac,
Maco- Telograph, and Montgomery Advoi-?aer, publish
daily till 26th Instant, and aaud bill to this ottoe.
BALK Ol' GOVERNMENT PKOPXUTY.
Will bo sold, at Pu bli o Ant lion, on WEDNESDAY, Uta
28th hut, at tho Quart-rm?aster's Stablse, No. It Qusan
47 palra CART WBBELS, WITH AXLES AND
8 eets Cart llameas, and other arUolea.
Teraoa ooah in Governmt-it. fonda. Property to be ra
toved Immediately after sale. JAMES P. LOW,
Xovauabar 22 Brovot IJsut.-Co), and A. Q. M.
AT THE FOOT OF HAYNI3 AND PIN0KNEY8T8.
PUE NO. 1 HAH BEEN THO?BO?QHLY REH UILT,
and Is now greatly improved by tho addition of a
abed 200 feet long, which oil oro ad van tagon In landing and
Tt?c*?7\ng cargoes. The screw ntoainslilpa of Uio "Balli
more and Charleston lteilroad aud Hteamshlp Company"
land their oargoea hero.
Piers Nos. 2 and 3 embrace o largo water front avail
able for shipping. Tho proximity of Uiese do:-ks to tim
Dry Dook render? thom oonvonlont for v?asela needing
Upon the promise? are dostrablo locations for coal de
pot-, woodyarde, ile, to bo rented.
OOTJnTENA'F k TBENHOLM,
November 23 thmUmo Leaa<tea.
Dry Good?. Hosiery, Clothing.
BY F?. HAfl-l.'S.
Will ho sold, THIS MORNING, at 10i_ o'clock, at my
"lore. No. l.li Mooting strcot, opposite tho Pavilion
THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
CASSIMEUE-, HuttnoU. Tweed??, Kentucky Joans, Cali
coes, Lougcloth, Bed Ticking, Under Whirl?. I?'anev Shirt?,
Fino Calico Hliirt?, Mudros Iidkfs.. Turkey Boil Iltlkfu..
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks and Mantilla?, VII do/.. Lidio.' line
Colored Kid (?luven. IO .'.; all wool IlUck Shawls, lino ti?
uroit Hine . Alpacas, Spool Cotton, Trimming Button?,
"cit-oru. Pockitt Kiiivei, Umbrellas.
A hirf?o assortment of Ladles*, dont-*, and Ulaus*
Hobo uml Bull llo.-e, Stilln of Clothing, _c.
i siiigor--ewing macuini:, ingoodorder
4 lino Double C-BO Uolti W-tchCS.
Senna cuhU. * November 20
Small House find fM in Nassau Street ol Auction.
JJKY SM-Tll __ UrUItabtVHAYa
A mt hilliers, No. :.7 ?ti omi "frrct.
TO-MORRUW, the '?7th instant, will bo mid at U10
?lil Cuiitoni Hourn?, at half-p-Ht HI oYliit-.k,
All thul LOT OF LAND nu-urarina -il loot front by 71
foot ileop. moro or huts, together willi llio nindi Woollen
Building theroon, sltnatad on tin; cant nido ol' Nassau
street, licit 1101 lb ol ?South otr-i-l.
Tonus-?gih) e-sh; bul m. e ?n one year, "_tn_rcd by
mortgage. Purchaser to pay Smith k M-Oillivray for
paper?. November 2G
Neal and Genteel Residence <ti (he Weat End of
Roaufaiu sin c1 iii 1 itathnt.
KY SMITH a._ ltIaiGr__.VI.AV.
TO-MOHKOW. the 27th Instant, will be Wild, at 10..
i>'clo<-k, al Ihn Old I -S-tatn House,
ALL THAT LOT Of L\ND. tocO-t-T with Um Dwell
ing and Outbuildings tin roon. l\i:ij; on (ho north nillo
ol' lltMUfain un en!, _,| wed of Smith, known :m No. HO,
t___f_ri_g lu front on Li-aiu'.-ii Htreet 32 fool by 1.5 fc.t
in depth, moro or le ?ii; bairne; mel houudhi.-r 011 tho
north by ia nl.i ol' Mi 111 linn mu>i, nouili by lleantuin
Btroet, cant by linds now or lato ol'-, ___ west hy
lands of Lewis Oroninii.
Tho DWELLING ?h of wood, In excellent eo-idi?oii, 2.'_
stories, with double pitusa, four squat, room- und two
attira, with droning room, pantry, (?as, -hatera and
water works, kitchen ami oalboUdlnga hi good order.
Terms-One-half c.-utti; bedan.. in ono year. Pur
chaser to pay Biiiith & Mcflilli'.Tay for pipera.
November 26 tttth_3mi__
_7u-ce Small and Neal Howies in Doughty street at
HY SMITH ?!_ McGT.LLIvi.__Y, Auctioneer?.
TO-MORROW, tho 27th tust., will bo sold, on tho
at-ps of tim Old Otistotu-IIttunc,
All thoa, TUltl?- LOTS Of LAND, each with a small
and comfortable two-story DW-LLINO t horc?n, situat
ed on Uie south sido or Don ?btv strc.t, und being tho
2d, Sd and _ti tioui.. e.iKt (tat- L__M st.o_i. Tucy will
bo oQoro'.l "rp-irutclr. as follows :
HOUSE ANO LO!' No. -, tho 2d from Lucan slrcot
Lot mia_url_g 38 foot trout by 50 feet deep, moro or less.
HOUSIiAND LOT No. -, U10 3d from Lucas ?treet,
next east of tho above-Lot 25 feet by GO feet, more or
HOUSE AND LOT NO. -, fie lib from Lucas stroet,
next east of the above-Lot 25 feet by 51) feet, moro or
Terms-Half coull ; balance iu one y oar, se cured by
mortgogo of property. Purchaser to pay Smith _ M?
OiUlvray for p_p_r_. tuths'. _ November 2*3
[BALK l'i *.l I'o-l n.l
BULIalt-Ai.. ,11 K.LI 111 its __ CO.
WU1 aoU on WEDNESDAY, 28th Instant, on tho Wharf in
rear of New CUBtoin Doune, at 11 o'clock A. ii.,
I LOT H1CAVY SLLU?_ING"
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Wrought Iron.
November 2 i
nuL-LIG a v HKI.rilCKS At CO
Wdl Bell on WEDNESDAY, -Stli inst., onilarkot Wharf,
at 11 o'clock A. M.
Tho Sloop ZULAKA, capable ol' carrying 20 cords oak
wood, or from 1800 to 1900 bushels Rice. W-rnmte.d in
Conditions cash._ November 26
Desirable Three Story Rnclt Residence at Auction.
BY It. M. MARSHALL.
On TUESDAY, ita Docomber, at li o'clock, will bo sold,
at the old Cue tom House,
That desirablo THREE "TORY BUICK RESIDENCE
on tho north eldo of Society -street, known as No. ... It
contains six mp: aro ruointi. pin try und dressing room.
On tho promises aro all tho nccosaary out-bulldingH of
brick, and a cistern. Tho House ?h supplied throughout
with gas. Tho Lot measures 15 feet front and back by
128 fuot in depth, ho the sanu? a little more or less.
Terms-Ono-lifth cash; baUince by bond, payablo in
ono, two, three and four years, With interest nenn annu
ally, secured by mortgage of tho premises, buildings to
bo'kopt insured and policy assigned. Pinvhasor to poy
mo for papers. Novomber 20
IN EatnTY'-COLLETON DISTRICT.
John IK Warren vs. lienj. Stokes e'- aL
Pursuant to a decretal order modo lu this case, I wlB sell
at publie auction, nt the risli ol' tim former purchaser.
In the City of Charlcaton, on tho FIRST DAY OF
That valuable ESTATE known, an "Mary'B Inland,"
situate in the Pariah of St. Bartholomew, lu the District
of Colle ton, near St. HeJe.ua Sound, oil the hend-wat ra
of the Chehaw River, con tainui.; Olio hundred and thirty
nine (139) acres of high land and three hundred and ten
(310) acres ol' marsh land, be the saino moro or less.
Terms.-One-third cash; tito butaiice ou a credit of ono,
two and three years. Tlio purchase money to he secured
by bond, with adoquut. Hurely, and a mortgage of the
promises. B. STOKES,
O. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Oulcc, W_Herboro_ Nov. 12, 18C0.
November 10 mil tal
UNITED STATES SALES Off LAND IN ST.
HELENA PARISH, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Notice is horehy given that at 10 o'clock A. M., on MON
DAY, December 3d, I w'.fi, at the oill.o of the United
States Direct Tax Commissioners, la Bcauiorl, south
Carolina, wo shnll oiler for t-lo, to Um highest bid
der (the minimum pi-It?-? hting ton dollars on aero),
AU the OOVERNMENT SCHOOL FAR-IS (nmnhorod
from one to tbirty-threo. inclusive) in SI. Helena Parish,
Beaufort District, Btate r.fnrc-ald, each, either, entire, or
in two or moro divisimi?, ne tho CoiiiuilsMiouoru may
deem expedient. Terms ooah.
For further particular*, seo tho notlco in tho Charlcs
ton Courier, dated October 1st, 1-Uti.
WILLIAM HENRY BRISBANE,
W. E. WORD1NO,
United (.taloa Direo. Tax -ommi-sienera for South
Carolina. November 13
Rill for Injunction and lieiief-Paxd _'. Felder, Ad
ministrator qfS. J. Feuler, vs. J. D. Ctcckly and
In 1 urhuonce of an order made in tho above stated caso,
will be sold before tin.? Court lloui.o in Orungoburg,
within tho Iog_l hours, on tho _____ MONDAY IN
THE FOLLOWINO TRACT OF LAND,
A TRACT OF LAND OS CAW-OAW SWAMP, watera
of North Edlsto River, containing about six Uiousaud
(1X100) acres, bounded by lands of A. Inablnct, Emanuel
PooBcr, Mr?. Elizaboth Itumil, L. A. Zrl <\sr, and otliiire,
being land of Um estate oi Samuel J. Folder, dooeui-cd.
Term?-One-third cash, nuil the hiUneo un a credit of
ono and two years, secured by tUo bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of tho property. Purchaser to pay lor
papera and Ruvtmue Stamps.
V. D. V. JAMISON, Comi8sionor.
Comiui-slouor'a OtRco, Oraugeburg C. II., November
6, 1860. tas* November 10
Valuable Sea Island Cotton Plantation for Sate.
WY LOWNDE- _. I. Itl Hil ALL,
Brolt-i-, AuctliiiKu.il itnil Beal Est. Agents,
Law Ranao, _ii-on.il Street.
A PLANTATION on Fdlsto Island, situated on tho
South Edlsto River, and cont-lning 105 acres of high
land, about 10 of whi .h oro under woods, tho balaueo
cleared. Attached is a body of uouut -100 acres of marah
and ruoh lands, affording superior facilities for manur
ing, and a One rango for catUe. A portion of this is capa
blo of being roolannod -with comparatively litUo labor,
and, in U10 opinion of cornpetoul !____., ia wuU adaptod
for the production of cotton.
For further purlloulare apply ea above, or to
Da. J. J. MURRAY,
Purchaser to pay L. k O. for popors.
November 91 wfm?
Plantation of 13,000 Acres for Sale.
11? LOUIS D. DcSADSSURE.
At Private Salo
A TRAOT OF LAND, about 33 miles from Mount
Ptoa__nt, on tho Georgetown Road, lying partly In ctirint
Church Parish and SU Jamos', Suntco, on the watorn oi
Auaudaw Crook, uoctai-lng about 13,000 acree of land,
about "00 acre? an inland swamp, of which about 300
wero formerly cleared aud planted, and about 75 acres
havo boon moro recently planted in cotton and provisions.
On the tract lhere la a largo body ol' wood; there in also
a bold navigable creel: with ii.vcral convenient landings
On tho pin.-a? aro atUveUliit: hou-j?.?-, barn and negroboiuoa.
Apply na ubovc, at
KoT-mbor al_wmO_No. _3 BROAD STREET.
2. Contractors.-Rr?cks of Superior Quality at
BY LOWIVDKS _- GR17WRALL.
La-ft. .tauire, Broutl street.
At Private -.le
?OO.OOO BRICES, at a Brickyard *_____ c_sy roach of
the cUy_j_tina_November _
Desirable Residence al Allen. S. C.-'A Rargain.
BY B. Ttl.CALL.
A VERY PLEASANT AND DESIRABLY LOOATEE
. RESIDENCE OF FOUR ROOM., PAN TRY, and othci
aport-ients, on a Lot of four n.-.vm, with 1000 foet on the
} Btreot, having Uiorcou a kitohon, servants' houses,
stables, lie. ; half nero in gardon and oihor improve
ments; ?HOMO near tlio Town Hall; will be sold for-800,
one-half caali. NoV muted at >. .00 per annum.
For further Infor i?atiou applv .1.1 abovo, at
K0V-_ib.r__ th_m3 *No. 51 BROAD STREET.
Sale of Household Furniture at the Residence Notify*
cast comer of King and TradiLslreels.
I?Y JOHN S. 1-lt.U.s.
TIIIS DAY, the 2Clh hist., commencing at 10 o'clock.
will Im sold ut tho resideiico northeast corner of Kin_
Sundry urtlcl.?s of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, connut,
tug In part us I'ollows:
MAIIOUANY MAIlULKTOP BOBEAD-, I'l'iilng Chair?
and Kxteusion Tables, Kidi-himrd, hula, ?Mirror.?, Carpel*,
Hcdstiuds, Redding. Chuiiihi-r l-'uniituro in Oak, Wnsh
stinds, Cro.-lier.v, Hat Shuni. Louiig.-i?. Ann Ch.iirs, Cook
iu? Stove and Uteii.sils, aud a, number of other ur?cl-i
usef.ii lu houaokeeptug.
l.'iiMilitiuiiH cash on ?l??livcr>-, aud overv artlcto to be
reiuovud Immediately alter Uie mile, us Um resideneo i?
to bn Bold._ November 2C
IJlali: Sale-Desirable Crick Residence Northca*
comer of Tradd i,"d. King-streets al Auction.
?Y .rouru H. ukjcws.
On WEDNE8DAY, the 9~t_ in-taut, at 11 o'clock, nt nr/
onico, corner ol liroad and LubI I'uy-btrccK wiU b?
Thai desirublo three and a half ?tory MUCK REBE?
DKNCE on the aorUlvOHt corner ol Kin? and Tradd
Htreets, cuutaiuing nix square rooms, nlfii-s, ptintry,
dressing room, und nil r.-.piiwit.! oui?nitl-bUMOl biie.k.
'The location ol this valuable property is . Ii(,-ibli>, uud
wittiiu a Hlmrt ?liist-iu-c til the principal ?lUsilia ?s places,
and can be so ai-ruugi-tl, willi somn ult.?ratio i, tor u iitorn,
und would main a ?upitai ?katu for any bWlnc-a pur
po.-io. Tin? Lot measures - red on'l'lug-trcc*. by
-feet on Trj?Kl-str?et, more or lum.
Conditions- Oiie-ijii.-ii'tei'i-iiHli; ".ulalie.- In une, two and
thn-.e yem-s. with inter??-?t puyabl.? iieiiii-auiiually. The
building!? to bo Insum?, policy to be am-i-ii?ii, and pur
chaser to pay lor papers. "November '?4
llama. Molasse?, Jtcrts.
it y BUiiH-i._ ii**-***-*.
Will he sold TOMORROW, '27111 lust., b? fore our f*tor
No. 78 ?ii t Uay, at 10': o'clock,
1 IIHUS. RAMS
5 les. Hams
1 bl>l. Myrup
- bbls. Reels. Novembor 26
Havana Sugar! Ila vu na Sugar!
HY J. A. ENSLO*\V ?ft. CO.
TO-MORROW MORNINO, 27Ui inst., at 11 o'clock, wiJ*
bo sold iu front of our store,
r>0 boxes cboico 11AVANA bU_AE.
November 26 _
Brand-street Property for Sale.
MY AbOXZOJ. nni'ii: St BOtt,
Brokera, Auction???ra and It? ni Khia-to
WU1 boaold, on WEDM-, DAY, tho 28th instant, at 11
o'clock, at tin? norti of the Exobaugo,
That valuable rang? of two story WOODEN TENE
MENTS, in a dilapidated condition, siluiitc on the south
hld?) of Rroad-strect, third building west of chiireh
strect. Tho Lot measurer DI) feet frout by 100 feet deep,
bo the same more or less, with such rights und privUege
of the alley on the cast of tho premises na may belong to
the prop? rty. It is situated on a pi ouuueiit streut, and
well adnptcd for oUlccs.
Terms- Ouo-half cant?; balance payable in ono year,
secured by bond of tbo purchaser aud mortgage of -ia
premises, with legal Interest, payublo seiui-anuuaUy;
builtiings to bo Iubiu-ed and poUcy aatdgncd. Purchaser
to pay tor uU requisite papers. November 20
EegaiU Parlor, Red Room Furniture, Mirrors,
BY WILBUR Si SON.
WEDNE8DAY next, Q8th inst. at our Huies Rooms, cor
ner Slate and Chalmere atrccts, at lu;, o'clock, wiU be
A FINE .USD HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF PAX-LOB
AND RED ROOM FURNITURE,
DAMASK SEAT SOFAS, LOUNGES
Marble Top, Pier and Kid?! Tublo
Hair Seat, Damask and other Chaira
Eli-go-t Gilt Framed Mantel and Sido M irr oro
Pi -uiros, Mai-blo Top Bur.aus with Glasses
Washatauda, Cottage Sets. Budateads. WardrobcB
BrunKt.li, and other Ca?petiug, Feather Deda
PUlowB and Mattresses, omi Uno Refrigerator.
An elegant 7 octave Rosewood Cased DURHAM'S PIANO.
Conditions caab. _ November 26
Orannebiirg Femt'.e Seminary.
BY JACOB COKE*** Si CO.
On TUESDAY, tho 4th of December, fit 11 o'clock, at
ino uorU? of tho Exchange, wiU be 6old,
THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY, Fituated i_ tho town
of Orangcburg, and known aa tho Orangcburg Fem?la
College. Tho building in large, and suitable for a Hotel
or Hoarding School, being capable of accommodating
about two hundred (-JOO) persons. On the premise.? ara
gas works for supplylug Uio building will? gas-, and t? uno
urilla? ?I und garden. The gruinids ure ample and eligibly
located, being near Uio railroad depot.
Terms-Onc-tcuUi (1-10) cash; balance by bond, paya
ble iu Ave (6) equal annual iueti-nicnts, iiecurod by mort
gogo of tbo property. Premises to be kept insured and
policy asHlgued. Purcliaasor to pay us for papers.
Tho above properly ?.an bo treated for at private aale.
Hams and Bacon.
At Private Solo
12 HEROES GOOD HAMS
2 boxes Breakfast 1 "elly Ii&con
G blub?. Bacon Sides.
For sale at Uio LOWEST MARKET PRICE, by
WILUUR "i SON,
Corner Stato and Chabnars street?.
Valuable Real Fstale. al Private Sale only.
BY Wil.iiili Si BUN.
We offer great inducements, and un ?b?:ral terms,
The following dcairabh: RESIDENCE- and VACANI
LOTS, viz :
nOUSE AND LOT In Culhouu street, south side, thre?
doora cast of Smith street.
Houso and Lot, No. 1. north stdo Bogard street
House mid Lot north aide Henrietta utrcot, three doo-3
from Meoting slrcct.
House anti Lot north sido prlng-etrcot. No. 30.
House and Lot in Court Houso Square; largo Lot on-,
elegant Dwelling of nine rooina.
LOT in Rutledge ?treot, 4G foot front by 120 feot.
Lot northwest corner Mill and Lucas streets, 60 feet by
Lot In Chapel street, ono door west of Old Ice Houso,
directly opposite Northeastorn TUilroud, 35 flaut front by
Lot in Bee atroct, 50 feet front by 100 feet.
Lot in Friend atroot, 37 feet frout by KIO feot-noxt Lot
Bouthwcat or Broad street.
Two valuable Farina, 10 mllca from tho city, with
Slated Rooi Cottage thereon, and outbuildings complote;
both containing fillO ceres.
TO RENT.-A fine MANSION, containing every conve
nience; boat located in the city. ForaU of the above tho
U-rniB wUl bo nuidomoat liberal by applying to mi an above,
CORNER STATE AND CHALMERS STREETS.
November 19 mwf6_
Valuable upland Colton Plantation and Steam Sa**
BY CLIFFORD dC MATHEWES,
_l?-:al Est?t? Agent*-, Nu. 31 l -:?i llroud Street.
At Private Sale
A ditdrobly located PLANTATION on South Carolina
Railroad and Edisto River, four miles below Orangcburg
Court House, containing -300 acree: 400 cleared; balano?
well timbered. The land is of the beut quiility for cotton
aiul provisions; ?icvoii bales ol cotton having boen pro
duced to Uie hand. On tho placo is a STEAM CIRCULAR;
BAW MILL, with a 30 horse-power Engine in complete
order, 1S? milos from River and "i* milo from Turnout
ou Railroad, ampio accommodation!? for mill hand-,
dwelling houso and outbuildings, negro lionnes, gin
bouse and now cotton acrow, wagons, Umber carts, mulo?,
cattle, sheep, fcc Hands aro living ou Uio Plantation.
November 19 _mwS
Al Private Sale.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATIIEWE8,
No. 31 l-'* Broad atreota
EBA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
"UPLAND COTTON PLANTATIONS
FARMS, FIRST-CLASS WATER-POWERS, 8I*l?n__n,
RESOR1H ko., Ac, In thin Stato and Gcorgia.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES AND BUILDQiO "-OBI
in every port of the city._3mo September _1
Profitable Dnin Business for sale.
BY SMITH Si Hice.ULLIVUA"Y,
At the it edi sli5 ii, *Vo. -7 Broad Street.
The STOCK, GOOD WILL, and cnUro ? IXT?RE8 of
Uiat popular Rebdl Honso, No. 238 King-street, near
Mnrliot street, of tho Marara. PRATT k WIL80N BROS?
and now In full operation.
Tho propriotora eeU only Uiat they may give their ?__.
Uro attention to their Wholeaalo and Manufacturing Bo
aineed In Hayne street._ Novomber 38
Furniture, Horses. Vehicles, Ac., at Auction*
BY SMITH - McGlt-L-VRAYT
fia. W7 Broad street, aoath. aide, near State
Balee Of FURNITURE, kc, at private raald?QiseB a_
tonded to at moderato charges.
AucUon every WEDNESDAY for H0R8ES, TEHICLBA
FURNITURE, Ac, at hah-p-st 10 o'clo?k, at our offloaV^
AT PRIVATB BAU-,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad Street,
SOUTH ?SIDH, IVJ-AR STATE 8TREBT.
-TR8T CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON F"_ANTA??O__*
VALUADIJi RICE PLANTATIONS x^AniAii^"?
VALUABLE UPLAND PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
S-?S^158 ANI) ?EUOHTF?1L SUM-O-B BSk'l
DENCES, In varions parta of the South,
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS of all ata*.Dt*.
and description!), in every ptvrt of Uie Ottr ^^ "
Boptembor -) wftnte(