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THE DAILY NEWS.
LARGEST. CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
SEWS h?ING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMALN
INO IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES IRIS RAT.
JOHN S. BYAN will 6ell at ll o'clock, at the
Old postoffice, valuable real estate and wharf
on west sido of Ashley River, and two lots of
laud and brick etore ia the city.
JAMES W. GRAY,-Alaster in Equity,-will sell
at ll o'clock, at the old customhouse, several
valuable pieces of real estato within tho limits
of the citv.
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHES will sell at
10 o'clock, at thoir office, Broad-street, a select
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at
hi3 salesroom, Meeting-street, a lot of house?
hold f Limitare.
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters-past
. 9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, hams, butter,
R. & A. P. CALDWELL will sell at half-past
9 o'clock, before their store, East Bay, butter,
lard, Byrup, &c. ,, ,
JEFFORD3 & Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
in front of their stores, Vendue Range, should?
ers, sugar. &C.
LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at ll o clock, at
the old postoffice, a house and lot in Cannon
HENRY COBLA & Co. wfll sell at half-past 9
o'clock, in front of their store, Tendue Range,
rope, hams, lard, &c.
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at. his.
i atore, corner of Kin? and Liberty streets,
dry goods, notions, cte
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. wiQ sell at 10 o'clock,
in front of their store, East Bay, barns and
LAUBXY & ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
in their store, East'Bay, bacon, tobacco, but?
G. W. STEFFENS & Co. will sell at half-past 9
- o'clock, in front of their store, Vendue Range,
butter, strips, Ac.
JOHN G. MTLNOR & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
in their salesroom, Meeting-street, dry goods,
' clothing, &c.
ARRIVAL OF TROOPS.-i he steamer Emilie,
which arrived yesterday from Georgetown,
brought Captain Britton, Lieutenant ROBB and
fifty-four men of the 6th' United States infan?
try. ? . ? .
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION in Chera^ re?
sulted as follows : For Intendant-Captain T.
F. Malloy. For Wardens-James T. Hayes,
W. A. Benton, T. W. Bouchier, J. T. McNair.
GERMAN ARTILLERY ( ; ABITA BLE ASSOCIA?
TION.-At tho anniversary meeting of the above
association, held on the 6th inst., at thoir hall,
the following officers were .re-sleoled to serve
for the ecauing year :
E. HAEMS, President. .
P. P. Wi ND REIM, Secretary.
J. J. W. LUDEN, Treasurer.
A CARRIAGE FOR ALL.-Mesar?. L. Chap?n
- & .Co. bavo received consignments of the
latest styles of camaaes, drays, carts and
. other vehicles both useful and ornamental, and
ar? prepared to sell them at very low pi ic :s.
They hare also a full stock of buggies and
- other vehicles, harness of varions description?,
and everything suited for a fashionable turn- j
THE NEW YORK STEAMERS_Tho steamship
Virgo, Captain Bulkloy, former ?y employed be?
tween Savannah and Now York, arrived here
yesterday from tho latter city, consigned to
Messrs. Ravenoi & Co. 8be has for this trip
taken the place of the steamship Monterey
which has been sold to parties in South Ameri?
ca for one hundred thousand dollars. The
Virgo ls a large carrier, and a substantial
i STREET SCENES.-The protested eleotion was
the principle topic of conversation along the
streets yesterday. The probable and im prob?
able were discussed, rumors retailed, and opin?
ions given as to the result, by the groups of
men who generally inhabit the street corners.
Early in the morning it was stated that Pills?
bury would be installed in spite of the protest,
but as the day wore on this was contradicted
-by his friends, and nothing occurred to mar
the serenity of the public mind.
SALE OF A VALUABLE LAW LIBRARY.-Messrs.
R. M. Marshall tn Bro. will Bell tins day the
law library ot the late .Jamas Tupper, Esq.,
Master in Equity. This library is the accumu?
lation of many years of professional labor, and
is especially rich in works on equity, the de?
partment of law in which the owner was more
especially employed. A rare opportunity is
afforded to the lawyers to replenish their libra?
ries, as the books are appraised low, and
will probably sell at very reasonable figures.
The sole will commence at 10 A. M.
THE Cm ora.-The canvass was spread yes?
terday on the Citadel Green, and the hearts of i
: san dry juveniles gladdened by a promise of a
visit to the popular show. Baring the after?
noon the platform car of the Street Railroad
Company was engaged, and a band discoursed
sweet music alon? the different routes. The
performance was capital, the actors having im?
proved siuco their lost visit, and nothing wus
wanting to make it one of the shows of the age.
Every accommodation hos been provided for
visitors, and th-3 large tent was well filled last
Hight. The Company will repeat their perform?
HOTEL ARRIVALS-November 16.- Charleston
Hotel-A. W. Cook, Micauopy, Fla.; W. A.
Caldwell, Savannah; J. T. Patterson, Newber?
ry, S. C.; W. Dougherty, Atlanta; J. H. Ash?
ton, Washington; J. Gunnel!, Philadelphia; J.
K. Russel1, Florence; Chas. Wertz and daugh?
ter, Philadelphia; W. M. Myers, Columbia; J.
J. Bowie and family, Philadelphia; H. C. Mau?
rice, wife and child, New York; E. C. McLure,
Chester; T. S. Fox, B. J. Bouknight, J. B. Saw
yer and lady, Edgefield; J. W. Herlor^ and
lady, Oraneeburg; J. H. Clark, liiy and eor
vant, Miss H. M. Lane, Camden; Miss M. J.
Longtonn, Miss H. B. Jones, Miss Minnio
Clark, South Carolina; James Jones, Camden;
M. W. Feider, Graham's Turnout; C. E. Cooper,
South Carolina; H. W. McMillan, Barnwell; W.
E. Seaso, Soulh Carolina; S. B. Johnston, Co?
lumbia; H. W. Webb, Georgetown; R. C. Fra?
ser, Georgetown; Mrs. B. C. Horst, Maryland;
J. C. Henry, Clarendon; J.*A. Eeols, South
Carolina; H. M. W. Flinn, Dr. C. M. Parker,
South Carolina; J. J. Russell, Newberry; W.
W. Mooro, Darlington; P. M. Homer, H.
Covington, C. B. Townsend, Binnettsville;
W. B. Alford, Josiah Gay, Bennett3ville; W. A.
Erens,"Chesterfield; A. E. Briston, S. A. Dur?
ham, J. E. Dunlao, D. E. Gilchrist, Marion;
Major S?aniuel McPherson, J. N. McCall,
Marion; P. Yore, New York; S. W. Maurice,
Kingstree; John Jacobson, New York; D. E.
Wilson, wife and four children, Beaufort; H. C.
Corwin, Newberry; W. W. Sellers, Marion; C.
C. Corwin and C. M. Miller, South Carolina.
Pavilion Hotel.-E. F. O'Brien, South Caro?
lina; E. W. Loyd, Florence; Daniel W. Haines,
Florence; J. G. Gayle, Fioreuce; W. S. Cook,
Gourdiu's; J. T. Youngbbod, Blackville; W. M.
S?uler, George's Station; J. K. Pickett,
Graniicrille; A. F. Lumpkin, Fairfield; L.
Dauta'er, St. Matthew's; J. D. Hotchkins.York;
Georpe CL Gill, Chester; P. B. Dawkin, York
ville; Joseph A. Kenyon, George's Station; J.
P. McQuillian, Philadelphia; A. Morgan,
Georgetown; F. C. James, Wilmington; W. W.
PHOSPHATES FOB ECBOPE.-Tho ship Scot
wood, now loading at our wharves for Liverpool
by Messrs. R. Mure & Co., is bein? partly
laden with phosphates from the deposits in the
neighborhood of this city. ~
OCOXEE.-The foitowiusr is the official vote
for President aud vice-President of the United
St .tes m this district :
Dem. Rep. Total. Maj. Maj.
Walhalla. 413 1U5 ?13 3c9
Cheaher.116 17 131 99
Pickens. 64 .... 64 64 ....
Whetstone. 63 12 74 50
Tunnel HUI. 22 .... 22 22
Halls'. 25 61 86 _ 3?
Toxaway's. 57 21 78 36 -
Batchelor's. 88 27 115 61
Fairplay_. 99 2 101 97
Centre.;. 40 4 44 36 -
Muddy Springs... 32 9 41 23 ....
PerryvUle.>. 73 47 120 26 -
1091 305 1390 822 36
Wcole county Democratic majority... 736
LMPOBTANT SALE OF REAL ESTATE.-The weil
known property commonly designated as the
Wappoo Mill Tract will be sold at auction to?
day by Mr. John S. Ryan. The property con?
sists of fifteen acres of land in St. Andrew's
Parish, situated between Wappoo Creek and
Ashley River and bounding on both Btroams.
It adj'oins the Savannah Railroad wharf, and
is just opposite to the western terminus of
Broad-street. On this land is a steam saw
mill, with ali the necessary buildings for car?
rying on an extensive lumber business. The
machinery, which will be sold at the same
time, is very valuable, and altogether this sale
affords euch an opportunity to capitalists as
bnt very rarely occurs.
AIVNTVEBSABY OF THE WIDOW S HOME.-The
first anniversary of this useful charitable in?
stitution will be celebrated to-morrow, Wednes?
day, November 18, by appropriate exercises to
be. held at the Home, in Broad-street. It is
extremely gratifying to know that a charitable
enterprise, in which the people of Charleston
hard manifested peculiar interest from its very
inception, has completed a year of successful
and prosperous operation. Its objects are of a
character to recommend it to the consideration
of all Southern people, and it has not lacked
for support even from the generous people of
the North. The general interest felt in the in?
stitution cannot be denied. Let us hope that
it will be manifested by a large attendance at
the anniversary exercises.
UNITED STATES CODBT, NOVEMBEB 16-HON.
GEO. S. BB?AN, P?ESIDIXG.-In re W. H. Ha
good, Jr., ex parte Adams, Frost & Co. Order
for distribution of assets. The assignees hav?
ing reported the sale, the same was considered
binding in all of its details.
Ex parte Jno. T. Peterson, in re Jno. W.
McCante. In bankruptcy. The assignee was
ordered to sell tho property in schedule, aud
persons holding liens be required to report
the same. . .
Ex parte C. P. Eempseo, in re Levin, David
& Co. Petition to establish a lien. Robert
Chi8clm, pro pet. Ordered that the registrar
do pay the amount of tbe lien in question.
The following petitions for final discharge
were presented by the respective counsel and
referred to R. B." Carpenter, Esq. ? R. S. Bird?
well, of Manning; David Wi Cuttino, of Man?
ning; John G. Dinkins, Witherspoon Er?
vin',' Hermann H. Huggins, Roan L. McLeod,
and R. Sydney Moore, of Manning; John D.
Harper, of Williamsburg; John G. Harvin and
j Levi J. Moore, of Clarendon; Thomas M.
McCutchen, of Wiil'amsburg.
Ex parte S. A. & B. M. Winatock, of the firm
of B. M. & 8. A. Winatock. Petition for ?ual
discharge. Simons. & Simons, propet. Final
hearing ordered ou December 8, and reference
ordered to R. B. Carpenter.
The United States vs. David Risley. Debt
for custom dues and penalties. D. T. Corbin.
District Attorney, for United States; R. B. Car?
penter and G. D. Bryan for defendants. Judg?
ment confessed for $14,183 for duties, penal?
Ex parte Jacob Luther Auld, of Lexington,
and ex parto J. G. Lilford, of Newberry. Peti?
tion of voluntary bankruptcy. On motion of
the respective counsel, an order of adjudica?
tion and reference to H. Summer, Registrar,
'The following petitions to establish a lien
were presented by the different counsel and
order for sale granted: Es parte Sarah H. An?
derson, of Clarendon, in re C. R. F. Baker; ex
parte Samuel P. Oliver, in re G. Allen Huggins;
ex parte S. W. Hart, et. al., in re Jno. O. Brock;
ex parte Dudley E. Hodge, in re John J. Har?
vin; ex parte Daniel J. Brabham, in re Benj. E.
Ex parte Oliver J. Batts, of Georgetown; "C.
R. Thompson, of Orangebur?, and John Gas?
kin, of Kershaw. Petitions for final discharge.
On motion of the respective counsel, the peti?
tions were referred to R. B. Carpenter.
ROAST PIG, shrimp salad, and other delicacies,
can be found at the Palmetto Shades to-day at iunch
hours. Mr. H. Fehrenbach has also a flue assort?
ment of spiritual beverages on band.
CONSIGNMENT OF PHILADELPHIA WOUK.
Farm wagons, grocer's wagons, cotton drays, carts
and wheelbarrows, of superior workmanship, just re?
ceived ty schooner Kate E. Bich, and for sal* at very
low prices t>Y L. CHI PIN A CO.,
No. 20 Hayne-stre< t,
3 No3. 33 and 33 Pinckney-street.
BUT YOUS Tea and Coffee from Kriete &
Chapman, corner King axd Radcliffe-stree ts, and ge
a better article for the same money than at any otber
establishment in the city. ' 3mos
CHOICE GBEEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods doltvered tree.
If you want cheap BUak Books ;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
&c; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Prin-ing executed neatly ;
? you want Booits bound in any style, or Account
Books mode to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. M Broad
STATE BILLS RECEIVABLE!
BANK BILLS OF AIL KINDS WANTED, AND
tiighesc price paid by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
November]! Broker, No. 8 Broad-ttreet.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK.
CHECKS FOR SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
October 24 stuthlmo No 5 Broad-street.
EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND.
DRAFTS ON UNION B INK, LONDON, IN
8umsor?l. and upwards.
EXCHAXGE ON IRELAND.
DRAFTS ON PROVINCIAL BANK AT DUBLIN
AND BRANCHES, in sum? of ?1, and upwards.
EXCHANGE ON PARIS.
DRAFTS IN SUMS OF FIFI Y FRANCS, AND
EXCHANGE ON BERLIN.
DRAFTS IN SUMS OF TEN THALER?, AND UP?
For sale by CONNER ic WILSON.
October 24 stuthlmo No. 5 Broad-street.
HABENICHT-MEAGHER.-In Sunday eve
niug, sth ins'ant, by tbe Rev. D. J QCTGLV, H. L.
HAUENTCHT to MARI* ANN MEAGHER, eldest
daught-r of ELLEN SIZAOHEB, all of this city. *
g?- Tbc Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintance* of Mr. JOHN J. FERRAL and family,
ando: Mr. and Mis. Tam FEURAL and : amity, are
invited to attend the Fuactal obsequies ot thc for?
mer, at Cathedral Chapel, This Horning, at Nine
o'clock. * November 17
jesr Hibernian Society.- 1 ile Officers
and members of the Hibernian Society a:o respect?
fully requested to attend the Funer.il of their late
Hallkeeper, Mr. JOHN J. FEKBALT.. fro ai bis late
residt nee, Lauxens-street, near East Bay, This Mora
ing, 17th inst., at half-past Eight o'clock.
WM. AIKEN KELT.?,
November 17 Secretary.
Spf rici Mia*.
??-CONSIGNEES PEE STEAM3HIP SEA
GULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that
she is This Day dUchargin? car^o at Pier No. 1,
Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at sun?
set will remain on wharf at consignees' risk.
MORDECAI & CO., Agents.
November 17 1
49" CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.-A
large stock of BUGGIES and HARNESS, just receiv?
ed, and for sale low tor cash, by
L. CHAP?N it CO.,
No 2) Haync-stte t,
And Nos. 33 au'd 35 Pinckne: -s:reet.
?GT NATURE'S GREAT ALLY.-IT TOOK
the world nearly two thousand years tb discover and
remedy one of the m lit fa.al trrors that mankind
has ever behoved in. From thc time ol Galen tu a
comparatively very recent date, it was supposed that,
in order to cure a disease, it was necessary to weak?
en tbe already enfeebled patient by artificial means.
Bleeding, blistering, violent purgation and salivation
were the main reliance of the faculty, not more than
fifty years aga. Restoratives were only administer?
ed as supplementary agents, after the lancet, can
tharidet, jalap and calomel had done their depleting
work. Modern science has effected a salutary re?
form in me 'ical treatment In place ot the nauseous
doses once administered in cases ot indigestion, bil?
iousness, constipation, rick headicho, nervousness,
intermittent fever, fcc, HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH
BITTERS are now elven with the utmost confidence
and ?he happiest results. The reasen w. y tats ad?
mirable botanical preparatloa has superseded the
debilitating poisons of tho old materia medica are
these: it com'lines the properties st a wholesome
toole with those of a gentle cathartic, an anti-bilious
agent, a nervine, and a blo?d d?purent. Thus,
while it keeps th? bowels free, regulates the liver,
and purifies the current of life, lt sustains the physi?
cal strength of the invalid, and by this means thc ex?
pulsion of disease and the restoration of constitu?
tional vigor go on together
At this season, when intermittent and remittent
fevers, with other complaints arising from a damp,
mephlt?c atmosphere, are prevalent, a course of the
BETTERS is th; best means of protecting the system
from an attack. G November 16
?r ELECrRO-CHEMICAL BATHS ARE
now ready at No. 70 KAS11L-S1RE?T, at tho office
of Dr. HERVEY M. OLECrLEY, for tho cure of all
inveterate chronic affections, which have resisted
the treatment of all medication.
Gentlemen will be accommodated during office
hours, from 7 to 10 A. M., from 2 to 4, and 7 to 10 P.
M. Ladies at any other hour, when they will find
an experienced Lady to attend them.
Dr. CLECKLEY will be glad to see any of his pro?
fessional brethren (who are favorable to medical pro?
gression), and will take pleasure in exhibiting thc
operation of the baths.
Certificates of remarkable cure3 could be furni-h
cd, but lt is not requisite.
November ll Imo
S ?TBRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNG MEN on the interesting relation of
Bridegroom to Bride tn the Institution of Marriaas
a guide to matrimonial felicity and tru3 happiness.
Sent by mail in sealed letter envelope s free cf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. 3mos Septembers
SST BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best In the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects or bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by oil Druggists and Perfumers; ard
properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
Bond-street, New York. lyr January 3
Sljitts ana /umtsbinn ?oats.
SHI R T S
Opposite Market Hall, I nder thc
November ll 0
A. D. FLEMING'S
STEAM CANDY FACTORY.
NO. 341 KlXG-STltEET,
MUNCH STORE CORKER KISG AND ANS
mAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
cus'omers,' and public in general, that bc ;?
now ready, with a fu" supply of CANDIES ot hil
own manufic'urin^. Keeps constantly on baud a
fresh supply of FR"N rd CANDIES, of the greifest
variety. Fresh CAKES and PIFS of a'.! 3^rlsa:e
daily baked -t his St-^m Candy Factor}-. Tue
public in geuoral, and particularly the country mer?
chant?, will fiud it to their mterosc by givin; him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 26 ".mo
yyiLBtR & SOX,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner of Claim?.
July ia mwfii-o
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR SPA?
No. 270 King and No. 67 Hasel?
\\7E WILL SELL Ut'?. ENTIRE STOCK, WHICH
YT i> complete la every d ..?urtinvut, a ad pur?
chased : jr eua at the late
AUCTIONS AN O BANKRUPT SALES IN
At len thoa gold CO*! of manufacture or importa?
Special attention 13 call id to tn iavoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will be sold ?ow to CI03; consignments.
We respect fol tr and eonfilemly invite country
merchants und our country and city blends to ex?
amine our Meek before purchasing elsewhere. A
large saving guaranteed
McLOY & RICE,
No. 2G9 KING-STREET, ONE DOOR BE?
N E W
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER JAMES AUGER
A LARGE LOT OF
CHOICE PRESS GOODS,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT VERY REA?
BELCHERS & HULLER,
No. 217 KINO-SI BEET,
Itt . DOORS BELOW HARKET.
November 14 3
ATHENS FACTORY YARN'S,
MONTOUR MILLS 7-8 SHIRTING.
For sale by
CL A OHORN, HERRING I-CO.,
November 13 12 Accommodation Wbarf.
?i II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL, WEBB St CO.,
Noa. 287 AND 239 KING-STREET.
QHEAP DRV GOOD'S? CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered In this market. City ts we'd as couutry buy?
er? can Rive from fifteen to tweatj-flve per cont, by
buying their Goods from the above Arm.
A lot of Dress Goods, trom 20 to 25 rents rer yard
Best Irish Poplins, from 30 to CO cents per yard
Calicoes, at 10, 12>i end 15 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only til cents per j ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 25 up
A large assortment 01 Whl'c and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blanacts. bought twt-nty-flvo per cent be?
low cost, will be cold from S3 up
Colored Q.flits, from SI 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-i, 11-1, 12-4, from $2 50
Ladles' English Hose, without seams, from 37 to 50
SatiLOta, (rom 50 to 75 cent;
A large qanb'.y ot the latest style of Cassimeres, i rom
$1 to $1 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to 83 50
A variety 01 Shaws, at ?2, SJ 50, S3, $3 50, $4, and E5
Brown and White shirting, at 10. Viii and 15 conti
Also, line branches of White thining ot very low
Ladies' and Gert's Underwear at difforent prires
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cms
The oest French Corsets, from 75 cents to SI
Thc latest stylo ot Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, kc, at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 85c
Shepherd's Plaid iroin 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50c up r
A lot of LadiC9" Black Cloaks from S3.00 up
Ladies and Meu's Kid Glover ouly Sl.uo
J93-Eemenibcr the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE AL?0 NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public lu general that wc have built an addition to
our More, exclusively lor BOOTS, .SHOE-;. HAT*,
TRUNKS, ki., which wi.l be sold at the lowost cash
Call and examine or.r Sloe'...
J?S" ENTRANCE IN CALHOUX-STREET.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-sTREET.
September ?1 . Mino
/all and tl)inter (Boobs.
OS I E lt 1, U LOVES,
FURNISHING GOODS. TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY tk CL?.,
NO. 37 U A Y N E-S TREE T,
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
etty aud country customer*, and the trade generally,
to their complete a:id attnu-.ive assorua?ht el the
ab vo mentioned Rood*,
Cur PURCHASING PARTNER U constantly in the
NEW YORK M.WK?'l,and weare thereby enabled
to o2er peculiar a iraatagw to our oustjuierj both
M vi's au J Prices.
We would ulso invite au examination of
COLLY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE OX Li' FAULTLESS SKfST MADE,
For whi h w..> rre SOLS AGENTS in this city.
September 21 r.*c thstuStuo
E \V F A L ?.
FOR G E N T L E MEN,
L FI\EST STt.CIC IN THE CITY,
' MENKE & M ?L L E U
?T1AKE PLEASURE IN ASNOUS ;IVG TUAT j
A. Ihey have opened at their New Establishment, j
No. 32."1 KING-SI'KEr.T. opposite Society, the tint.it j
??tockof FALL ?ND WIN I El: GOODd forGautlo
meu's wear winch can b-j lound 111 thc cttv, ennrac
lus thc Choicest BROAD. LOI BS. FftENOU DO '.
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTING -, itc , wh.ch
will bc made up to order.
Thev have also ou hand a lar^e assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, of all descriptions,
selected v id gr?\it care, und of tl c verv latest style?,
consisting of Business and Drcs? Sui;?, Overcoa's,
fcc., aud a foll s'oefc of Alexandre's Kid. Cas'imcrc
and Buckskin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts and other Fur?
Satisfaction guaranteed in every case, and prices
to suit the tiui-8. A. MENKi",
(formerly of DOKBAOJI .V MEXKB.)
(Formerly of MOLLEE BHOTUE!?.)
October 13 tullis 2mo8
Butter Strips, Hams, gc.
G. W. STEFFENS ft CO.
Will sell THI? DAY. in front of their Store, No. 30
Vendue Range, at half-past 9 o'clock,
50 krgs BUTTER
30 barrels S. C. Strips, Hams and Shoulders
1C00 Large Tat Shoulders
200n s. c. Badged Hams
50 cases iwo ponaos Tomatoes
103 boxes Fire Cracker;. November 17
Tobacco. Straw Paper, gc.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY. 17th instant, will be sold in our Store,
No. 137 fast Bav, at 10 o'clock.
10 three-quarter boxes Fine CHEWING IO&ACC?
100 reams .-trow Paper, 11x15
100 reamj Straw Paper, 12x16
100 reams Stiaw Paper, 14x13
100 retinas Straw Pjper, 13x20
100 reams Straw Paper, 18x23
100 reams Straw Pacer, 20x30.
Conditions cash. November 17
Butter, per Steamer Virgo.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
THIS DAY, 17th instant, will be sold ia our Store,
No 137 East Bay. at 10 o'clock,
16 tubs CHOrCE RUT'lER
15 kegs Good Butter
10 firkius Good Butter.
Condirions cash. Novembsr 17
Hams and Shoulders.
BY J. A, ENSLOW & CO.
Will be sold TH TS MORNING, 17th instant, at 10
o'clock, in front of our Storehouse, No. 82 East
10 tierces Adams' Sugar-cured HAMS
A hhds. Prime Western Shoulders.
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters, gc.
BY N, HUNT & SON.
TO MORROW, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 Mcetlng-s.reei, we wlU sell for
125 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Brogans, Gaiters,
Balmorals, kc, kc.
Our extra fine assortment, all fresh and seasonable
goods, with extra sizes, to which we Invite the atten?
tion of buyers. November 17
[P03TPONED TO TUESDAY, 17TH INST.]
Estate Sale by order of the Executors-Large
and Valuable Law Library at Auction.
BP R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Anctionccrs and Brokers, No. 33 Broad
THIS DAY, the 17th instant, commencing at 10
o'clock, will be sold, at No. 3-3 Broad-3t reor,
ODO of the most select LAW LIBRARIES in the
State, bcins upwr.rdsol one thousand volumes. Cat?
alogues ?urinal, cd.
Terms cash. Books to bo removed on day of sale.
Household Furniture, gc, on Account nf all
Concerned, to pay Rent and Storage.
WM. M eli AY.
Win sell THIS D VY (Tuesdiy), I7:h in.tant. at No.
13G Meeting-street, commencing at 10 o'clock,
PILLOWS, bEDSTEADS, Si ieboards, Mattrosse?,
Talles, t Inna and Crockcrywar ., ic.
One FINE SEWING MACHINE
Terms cash. November 17.
Stock and the entire Farming Utensils.
Will sell at his Store. No. 136 Meeting-street, on
THURSDAY, 19th instant, at 10 o'clock,
- HORSES, BROOD MARE, Yoke of : uperior
Oxen, English Cow, - Wagons, Cart', 20 Ploughs,
Harrows, Corn Sheller, Barneys, Hoes, Axes, 15 000
pound? Fodder, 200 Potato Horrels (delivered at Four
SEVERAL ARTICLE"1, t >o numerous to mention,
such as is usually kept on a first-class Farm.
*1 cima cash. November IC
Mule at Auction.
BY LOWNDES k G KIMBALL,
Ko. 86 Broad-street.
Will te sold TO-MORROW, the 18th Instant, In trout
of our Office,
A FINE DR \Y MULE.
Nov ember 17_
Cast's Misset' Boots, Blankets, Woolen Shiels,
Socks, Carts, Harness, Blocks, ChaiiiS, dc.
BY HOLMKS & MACBETH,
Will be sold TO-MORROW. 18th Novrmber, at half
past 10 o'clock, at No. 73 Broad-street, uuderthe
Ceases MISSES' BOOTS
1 tale Gi ay Blankets
1 bale Hats
1 caso Men's Socks
1 case Woollen s hirts
1 very fino light set Double Faroes.'
Sundry Piece' Furaiturc
Mattrossi'S, large and small Blocks, Ploughs, Hoes,
Scales, Chain?, and various other arielc.
Unlimited nunr cr ot articles received up to hour
Terms cash. November 17
V.\BEK DECREE 1\ EQUITY.
Fori rs. the Farmer*' and Exchange Bank.
On THURSDAY tho 19th lestant, at 12 o'clock M.,
will be sold In the Mastor's Cffice, Courthouse.
All the re maining ASSETS of the Farmers' aud Ex?
Term? cash. J- W. GRAY,
NoveLuOer 17 tuth j_Master ia Equity.'
BY HUTSON LEE, Auctioneer.
E. W. MARSALL, Assignee of JOSEPH PURCELL,
and W. E. M1KLLL, Assignee of GABRIEL DA?
VIS, will sell THURSD AY, November 19th, ai ll
oVIock A. M, at the comer of Brood-street and
All that LOT OF LAND, wi Hi tho Blildtaa? there?
on, situate, lyiui and being ou the north side of the
Vendue Range, measuring and contaiuiu< iu Iront
OB Vcudue Runge 19 feet J 0 inches, more or less; on
the back or north line 24 feet 10 luche-: in depth on
west lin? about 57 feet 0 inches; oa tho cast line
running somhwardlyabtut 14 fei-l ; thence westward
ly about 5 fee', aud thence agalu running south?
wardly about 44 feet 6 inches; butting and bound?
ing south on Vendue Ran-c^wc-st on lauds of Wil?
liam Treliuolra, north on lauds ol' Juhu Williamson,
aud east on lands ( nee ol Joshua Brown
Ti-imj-One-third ca-h, and the balanco in one
. e. r. secured by bond and mortgage ol' i remises.
Purchaser to pay assignees for ?tapers.
W E T T'S
This TIE eau b; applied instantaneously to any
size bale: it requires no preparation whatever.
Insert the hoop in the
dot, and draw it tight a?
round the bale.
It ad.lnsti Its?!f to the bale, and :? so simple that
it can be applied by any ouc.
"When thc lever of the
press is raised the tie will
fasten itself by the out?
ward pressure of the bale.
The advantage of Dallas Cotton with iron is nf w
geurr.iily acknowledged, and it U recommended by
the Doa'rd of Underwriters, Steamboat and Ship
owner*. It costs loss, makes a more compaet bile,
and (?ives greater security than lope.
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLIN \,
October 23 2-tathslmo CttASUSToy, S. C.
Hams Butter, Lard, ?jc.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold, THIS DAY, on Bronn'e wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
100 tubs- and firkins BUTTER, some choice doilies
10 boxes strictly choice Sugar cured Hams
60 tubs Lard
Lot open Crockery.
^Conditions cash. November 17
?IY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
TBiVDAY, the 17th inst., w?l be sold, before oar
\ store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
'1 icrces Smoked Beef
Sugar-cured Strif s
Sboulders and Hams
Bags l.io Coffee.
Conditions cash. November 17
Shoulders, Hams, Strips, $c.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their Storo3, at half
past 9 o'clock.
400 CHOICE SHOULDERS
15 tierce* Choice Canvassed Ham 3
5 tierces Choico Fig Hom3
20 barrels Choice Smoked Ham3
6000 pounds Strips
2000 pounds Smoked Bellies
100 boxes Soap (positive salo)
25 barrels Extra C Sugar
20 barrels Refined Yellow Sugar
20 sack- Choice Rio Cofiee.
Bi' HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY', at half-past 9 o'clock, in front of our
Storo, will be sold,
25 COILS MANILLA BOPE
25 coils Tar Rope
78 coils Flax Rope,
Barns, Lard and Candles.
BY HANKY COBIA & co.
THIS DAY, at half-past 9 o'clock, in front of our
Store, will be sold,
20 TIB ROES CHOICE SUGAR CURED HAMS
40 tabs Lard
40 1'oxe ; Candles ,
15 bags Rio Coffee
40 barrels F.our.
Conditions cash. November 17
Shoulders,Sides, ?lams, Slrips,Smoked Tongues,
Onions, ?fe., ?J*c.
BY LAU REY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 17th instant, will be sold in our store,
No. 127 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
10 barrels SHOULDERS
10 boxes f-hort Sides
10 barrels Sngar-cured Strips
200 Smoked Tongues
9 barrels Red Unions, kc, kc, kc.
Conditions ca?h. November 17
Dry Ooods, Notions. S?c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TBIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of Ring and i iberty streets,
A oeneral assortment of DRY GOODS, HOSIERY,
JEAN SHIR I'S. White Blankets, L. B. Shirts, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Steel Pens, Mi-ns', Boyi-' and
Children's Hats, kc November 17
Special S ite of Dru Goods, on Credit of Thirty*
and Sixty Days.
BY JOBING. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, lTib instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold,
at our auction Salesroom. No. 135 Meeting-street,
AN INVOICE, CONSISTING OF:
MEN'S WHITE COTTON GLOVES, Men's Colored
Lisle Thread Gloves, Boys' WooUon Gloves, Ladies'
Hem-stitched L. C. Handkerchiefs, Childr-n's I luen
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Balmoral Skirts, Men's
Mixed Half HOBO, Ladies' White and Slate Colored
Hose, Men's White and Mixed Merino Half Ho-e,
Gent's Shawls, Plaid and Wool shawls, Double
Shawls, Whito and Brown Damask Tnblo Cloth?,
Men's Merino Drawers, Colored Cotton Drawer*,
Breakfast hhawl?, Cassimeres, Satinets, Eerseys,
Flannels, New Style Prints, Bleached aud Blown
Homespuns. Canton Flannels, Hoop Skirt', Tickings,
Denims, Shirting, Stripes, ic.
ALSO, UK INVOICE or:
50 pa rs ASSORTED PANTS
M -n's Heavy Boots, Fine Felt Hats.
Conditions-Sums under $200. cash ; ?200 to $300,
30 days, over :30u, CO day?, appruved endorsed notes
or cly acceptances, with interest addel at bank rates.
Settlements on delivery.
On THUR-DAY we will offer
A DESIRABLE LOT OF GOODS, TO BE BECEIVED
20 cases L ADI I'S' VELVET AND PLUSH TRIM?
MED HAT.-*, Mon's anti Doys' Felt Hats, Fir.e As?
sortment of K?nnet aud Trimming hibbons, L dies'
doth Cloaks, Nubias, Worsted Wa'sts, Drcakfast
Shawls, Madras Handkerchiefs, Gingham*.
Of Valuable Real Estate and Wharf, on west
side of AMey River, opposite Broad street,
and adjoining the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Depot, formerly known as the
Wappoo Mill and Wharf Property and the
Machinery-to be sold under an order from
Bon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court, dated August 19,18C8.
and under the instructions of the Assignee,
THIS DAY, the 17ih of November, at ll o'clock, at
the Old Poslomee, on Rtoad-street, Charleston, S.
C., I will sell at Public Auction to the highest
Thc followintvaluable REAL ESTATE and WHARF
PROPEIUY with the BUILDINGS thereon,
All that TRACT OF LAND in St. Andrew's Parish,
opposite tho City ot Chariest^, known as the Wat.poo
Mill Tract, being a part of the Tracts known as Nos.
4 and 5. and moro clearly defined in a plat made by
R. K. Payne, Esq., registered in Mesne Conveyance
office, Book L, No. 13, page 419; bounded nonh and
west on lots Nos. 3 and ti, as designated in same plat;
south ou Wappuo Creek, (a navigable stream), and
east on Ashley River, containing about fifteen acres
bc thc same more or less, of high and marsh land, at
thojuurtionof Wappoo Croek und Ashley River, in
the centre of which is a space ot about fi ur hundred
nnd TCventr-five feet ftom east to west, by about two
hundred and seventy-two feet from north to south,
whereon is located the steam Saw Mill and all neces?
sary buildings for carrying ou au extensive Lumber
and Timber busiucrp. There ls a causeway from the
Mill to within a few yards of the track of the Savan?
nah and Cha; lesion Railroad, affording unparceled
facilities for reee'ving and shipping Lumber, Tim?
ber. Phosphate*, kc, kc
At thc same tim; and plac? wi'l be sold, thc MA
CHINERY on the premises, viz : a very superior
Steam Engine of sixty (60) horse-power, with boilers
complete, and many parts of the machinery in dup'i
cato. also a Gang Saw Mill ruaninj ten1'saw.*, all iu
(?coil runniui order, k? , Xe.
Thc sale will bc connucte I as follows t
Thc La? d, Wharf and Buildings, wiU bc sold for
one-fourth rash, and the remaiudcr on a cr-'dit of
one, two and ihrec j cars, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property sold.
Th" Machinery will be sold for one-half cash, re?
mainder ia six'y and nin-ty day*, soured by ap?
proved endorsed note?, be u liff seven percent In?
terest, with a mortgage of the property sold. A
reasonable time will be allowed for removal of the
Engine, Boiler, Ac.
Purchasers to pay for conveyances, stamps, kc
To ixamiue the properte, or for funner particu?
lars, apply in persou, o ? by letter, to
JOBN ft RYAN,
Bank of Char?e?ton Building,
Broad-street, Charleston. S. C.
November 17 thsmtul
Jlutitonccrs' ijjriunte S'ules.^
CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agents, No. C-G Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation ana healthy locations all thc
* TtlCE aud COT I'ON PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
all paris o: tb?! State.
CITY t'ROPEETY of every description.
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
M A X U FACTURER OF
DOHRS, SASHES AND BLINDS.
Chark atoa, S. C.
Particular attention ra:d to shipping.
July 3d Cmos?
Auction Sale of that Extensive Urick Stor?,
Southeast Corner of East Day and Ac?
commodation Wharf, vith Adjoining Bo<k
Stores, now occupied as a General Grocay
and Commisson house.
BY J. S. RYAN,
1HI3 DAY, the 17th instant at ll o'clock, at tho
All that LOT OF LAND on East Bay and the
street leadiog to Accommodation Wh-rf, measuring
23 feet 10 inches front on East Bay by 80 feet in
The LOT OF LAND adjoining on the east line,
measuring on the first mentioned street 40 feet
Iront by 42 feet in depth, with an alley 4 feet 2
inches in wid-h by 42 feet in depth, separating thc
two first mentioied lots, and measuring from north
to f ou th thc whole depth of tbis property, with all
and singular the buildings, rights and hereditaments
incident thereto, or appertaining in any way to the
?ll that THREE-STORY BRICK STORE fronting
on East Bay and open a'so to the street leading to
Accommodation Yv'harf, with adjoining Brick store
on the east line, both covering the emir? dimensions
cf the lots, excluding the alley, be the same more
or less. This property is considered one of the
best stands for a wholesale and jobbing grocery
business In the city.
Terms of Sale-One-half cash; remainder In one
and two years, secured by bond and rcortgoge of the
property sold, with transfer of insurance. Purchaser
to pay for conveyance and stamps. For further in?
formation, apply as directed above, at
CHARLESTON BANK BUILDING.
Desirable Residence in Cannon-street, next door
East to the Church of the Holy Communion.
W.T.LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS,
By ?true of an order of sale, to me directed by
the Honorable George S. Bryan, Judie of the
United States District Court for the District of
South Carolina, I will offer for sol" at public auc?
tion THIS DAY, the 17lb of November, at the
Old PL8"orflce, loot of Broad-street,
All that certain LOT, PltCE OR PARCEL OF
LAND, situate, lying and being ou Cannon-street,
between Butledge and Ashley streets, upper wards,
ot thc City of Charleston, measuring and containing
on Cannon-street fifty-four (54) feet and ihe same pn
the nona or back line, two hundred and thirty-one
feet ten inches (231 10 in.) on the east, and two hun
drel and thirty two leet ton lncLe3 on the west Une;
butting and bounding on thc north on lands now or
lately of the estate of Joanna Mcllhcnny; to tbe east
on lands Qt Wm. L. Webb; south on Cannoh-strectJ
and west ou lands of the Church ot the Holy Com?
munion, James. Jonas, and B. IV. Gourdin, as will
more fully appear by a plat thereof drawn by Robert
K. Payee, Surveyor, ?nd recorded in the'office ol the
Rcg'strar of .Vesue Conveyance, Charleston District,
on the first of June, one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-four. On the premises ore a fine two-and-a-half
story Wooden Dwelling, slate roof, on brick founda?
tion, with double . Piazza, containing eight square
and three attic roouis, with pantry, dressing to:m,
fee., besides Kitchen, Stable, Ac.
Terms-i.)'-c-third cash; the balance in three equal
annual instalment', with Interes: frOin tho day of
sale a' 7 p?r cent, per annum, payable annually, tho
credit portion to be secured by tho bond of the pur?
chaser, vlth mortgage of the premises, the buildings
to bc insured and the policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stomps. . ..:
G. HERBERT SASS,
Ass guee of Evans fe Cogswell
November 17 oct 28. nov 2, 10.17
UNDER DEC RE IC Iff EQUITY.
Mouton i's. Cunningham.
Will be sold, under tho direction of the undersigned,
at the O d Customhouse, THIS DAY, November
17, at ll A. M.
A1XTHAT LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on tho north side ot Beiuiatn
street, in this city, measuring in front on stid street
tnirty-five (35) feet, moro or less, and in depth two
hundred (20U) feet, moro or less. Bounding south
on Bcaufaiu-street, wost on lauds of Wm. Ci OMI and
Rebecca Folkor, north tn lands of Solomon Moses
and J. R. Poinsett, and east on land of Andrew Cun?
Terms-One-third cash; Valone; in three equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bonds and
mortgage of the promises, w.th iutero-t from day of
sale, payable semi-annually. The building to be in?
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay tor
papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
Novembern ml tul Maater in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gregg vs. Borlbeck, Trustee, et al.
THIS DAY, 17tb November, at ll o'clock, will ba
sold at the Old Customhouse.
All tba'. LOC OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on Mill-street, and measuring on
the north on Mill-street 40 feet 4 inchos, on the west
on la-id now or late of Gillilan-L formerly of Gregg,
99 feet 6 Inches, on the south on land of Rase, 40 feet
G inches, on the east on land of Osterholt/., 99 feet 4
inches. Bounded by ihe'fcne s os they now stand.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually. The credit portion to bc secured by bond of
thc purchaser and mortgage of thc premises. The
buildings to be insured and the policy assigned to
thc Master, Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
November 17 m4 tu2 Master in Equity.
UVDEK DECREE IN EQUITY.
Sires vs. Lockwood.
On TUESDAY, the 8th DJcrmber next, at ll o'clock,
will be sold at the Old Cu-tomhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND on St Philip-3treet, in this
ettr, with the Buildings thereon; known tn a survey
of the Marion Lands, by B E. Payne, as Lot No. 15.
measuring in front on said street 31 lei-t; the same
on tho back lite ; 208 (cot on the south line, and 209
fcot on the north line; bounding north on lot No. 14;
west on Lots Nos. 4 and 6.
All that other LOT adjoining the above and south
ot lt, known as Lot No. 16, measuring in front on
st. Philip-s'.reet 35 fee', ou thc back lino 24 feet, and
on the north and south 1 nea each 208 feet; bounding
west on Lot No. 5, Fouth on lot of B;v. Mr. Capers,
as per plat of R. K. Payne
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of thc purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises, with interest at 7 per cent, per
annum, payable annually; the buildings to bc insur?
ed and policy assigned to the Alastor. Purchaser to
pay for capers and slam s.
J. W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
November 17 tu4
Jesse C. Mdler, Administrator, vs. George
W. Dicks and Wife, et al.
By virtue of a decretal order made ii this cause, I
'v. ?ll tell at Barnwell Courthouse, on MONDAY, the
7th day of Decmber next,
The lollowins described TRACT OR PARCEL OF
LAND, belonging to the Estate of Jesse C. Miller, de?
ceased, containing 4000 acres, more or less, situate,
lying and being in the County of Barnwoll, and
bounded north by lands of Richard Bradley, Robert
Bradley and Thomas Youmaus, south by lands of
Jo3iah S.Walker, W. D Jayson and Robert Martin,
an i west by lands cf John J. Cater* aul Robert
The above Lands will be lall off In four or more
separate tract?, plots of which will bo cxhibitol and
de'cribcd on the dav of s?le; on one of which wiU be
a SAW AND GJ-I 4 M?LL, with valuable Manchin
ery, all completo with the exception of a small.,
break in the Viii Dam.
'J erms ot Sale-For cash enough to pay ihe coats
of the suit and expenses of the si!?; purchasers to
gi>e their bonds, with two or more good securities, on
credit of twelve months from the first day of Janu
a.y nert, bearing interest from that date; ttt'es to be
executed, but not delivered until the whole of the
purchase money is paid, and if not paid when due,
the Commi.-sioner to resell the premises for cash, at
thc ri-k of the purchaser. Purchaser to pay foe
papers and necessary revenue stamps.
J. PA1TERSON, Commissioner. ,
Commissioner's Office, November 5,1868.
Benjamin Perry, Welmulh Perry, Administra
tor and Administratrix, vs. John Perry,
Alex. Matheson and wfe, and others-Bill
for Injunction to Marshal Assets, Sell Land,
In obedience to the order of the Court of Equity
made in tbs above stated case, at June term, 1868.
I will sell, at Lancaster Courthouse, South CaroU
na, on the first MONDAY in December next.
All that voluable PIECE, PARCEL OK TRACT OF
LAND described ia thc pleadings, belonging to the
estate of John Perry, deceased, lying and sit tated in
the District of Lancaster, s?tate ot south Carolina,
containing (6000) six thousand acres, more or less, of
No. 1 cotton, corn and grain lands well watered and
heavily timbered, fencing iu good repair-the up?
land producing fine crops of eot.ou, corn and small
gram, while the extensive bottoms, lying along the
Catawba River, a e no! to be surpassed, iin.selands
ore situated iu the southwestern portion of Lancaster
District bounded bv the Kershaw hue. the Catawba
Rive- ard bv ?ands of D. W. Brown. Lewi-- Patter?
son, C. L. Tillman, James J hoinpson. William Dixon
I WILt ALSO SELL. FOR CASH,
On the TUEoDAY and WEDNEs LA Y after the first
Mondav I? December, at the ionner residence of
the said John Perry, deceased, in Lancaster Dis?
trict near Liberty Hill.
All tue PJ RsONAl. PROPERTY be'ongiug to the
estate of said deceased. Every thing usually kept on
a large and well regulated Plantation may be bought
at tb^s sale. . ... .
The real estate above mentioned wi'l bo surveyed,
and divided iuio t*o, three and four hundred acre
tracts, to suit purchasers, plata of which wiU be ex?
hibited on day of sale.
Terms_So much ca-h as will pay the costs of suit
and expenses of sale. The balanceon a credit of one,
two and three years, with interest, to bo due and pay?
able annuallv," from day of eale. Purchaser to give
bond, wit'u tw) or more good securities, and a mort?
gage of thc premises. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. Terms must be complied with on day
of .'ale, or the property will be resold oa day of sale
at the risk of the lormer purchaser.
K. G. BILLINGS, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lancaster Courthouse, S. O.,
November 2,1368. ^_
November 9 20ml