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THE DAILY NEWS.
^-i,AB'??.X Cl-RCULATION'.-THE DAILY
SE ?VS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING TBE LARGEST CIR
OCLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PCBUSHES IUL LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
.EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES 7HIS DAT.
N. HUNT & Sos will sell, at 10 o'clock, in
:heir salesroom, Meeting-street, boots and
LOWNDES ?: GBMBALL will sell at 10 o'clock,
in front of their office, Broad-street, a fine mule.
HOLMES & MACBETH will sell at 10 o'clock, ut
Kn. 28 Broad-street, shoos, blankets, &c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
in their auction house, Hasel-streefc, dry goods,
R. M. MAESHALL & BROTHER will sell at
quarter-past 10 o'clock, at their office, Broad
street, horses, mules, ?c.
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, corner of Kius and Liborly-3treets,
clothing-, dry gocds, &c.
WILLUM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at
his salesroom, Meeting-street, household fur?
POSTPONED ON' ACCOUNT OF I HE WEATHEB.
The Bale of tho Wappoo Mills and other real
estate, advertised by J. S. Ryan, has been post?
poned to next Tuesday.
PRAYER MEETING.-The Young Men's Chris?
tian Association have organized weekly prayer
meetings, to bo held in the basement of the
Spring-street Church. The first meeting will
take place to-night.
A QUIET DAY .-There was a perceptible dim?
inution in the number ol the street loungers
yesterday, and thc crowd that usually hangs
around thc corners of Broad and Meeting
streets were forcocl to seok some 3heltor. The
lobby of thc Courthouse and the porches of
St. Michael's Church, and the Guardhouse
were occupied, during thc carly part of the
mor nins, by a number of colored persons, in?
terested ia the protest ; bat as the day ad
vane?d. thoy struck bea linos for their several
Ax INFLUX OF STRANGERS.-Tho floating
pnpulaLioa of Charleston has been considerably
increased daring the past few days by the
arrival of a large number of strangers, who aro
visiting the city on busino3S and pleasure. The
lists of ho.'el arrivals have assumed formidable
-proportions, and those r-opuhr resorts present
a more livoly aspect than for months past.
Many of thes3 transient visitors are delegates
lo the Grand Lodge now ia session, while
others, who aro Nortaerneis, have come to iu
apoct the phosphate deposits, and to invest
t'ieir funds in this and other Southern cnter
MOIST AND UNPLEASANT.- The clouds that
. lowered o'er this town discharged their watery
contents about nine o'clock yesterday morning,
and kept discharging during the day greatly to
the disgust of some persons whose out-door
business was thus summarily quashed. The
real estate sales which had been advertised
failed to come off, as the bidders would not
come out, and the auctioneers wore reluctantly
compelled to bo themselves "going, go-in,
gone." .t ?as a miserably muddy day, neither
warm nor cold, and sufficiently disagreeable to
indu?c an attack of the blues. Toward night
the rain ceased, and thero was some prospect
ot a bright sky to-day.
SALE OF A VALUABLE LAW LIB SAE Y_The law
library ot' tho late James Tupper, Esq., Master
in Equity, was Bold yesterday by Messrs. R.
M. Marshall & Brother, at their auction rooms
in Broad-street. Notwithstanding the iain
there was a large attendance of the legal fra?
ternity, and the bidding was quite brisk. The
library,which had been carefully selected, com?
prised many of the standard legal authorities,
and the competition among the lawyers caused
most of tho books to be knocked down at high
figures. In some ina tar ces a better price was
realized than publishers' rates, and the entire
sale was one of the best that has taken place in
Charleston since the war.
GBAND LODGE A. F. M.- FOREIGN COBBES
PONDENCE.-The annual report of the Grand
Secretary of the Grand Lodge of the Ancient
Freemasons of South Carolina, on foreign cor?
respondence, has been published in pamphlet
form by ivesBra. Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Stationers and Printers, No. 3 Broad and 109
East Bay streets. The condensed accounts of |
Masonic transactions in other States, and the
remarks thereon, indicate the abili'y of the
Grand Secretary and his deep study of Masonic
ethics, and the report is one of great interest
to the fraternity. The pamphlet is printel on
good paper, with clear and handsome type, and
is altogether a fair specimen of tho typographi?
cal excellence which marks the work of Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Movembor 17.-Pavilion
Hotel-li. A. Bigger, M. Levi, Manning; J. A.
Brabham, W. T. B!ount, Barnwel"; J. B. Win?
ner, Beaufort; A. W. Cummings, Spartanburg;
J. M. Staggers, Kingstree; H. Jacobs, Dixie;
- J. G. Feree, Barnwell; J. W. Burbidge, Walter
boro'; Mrs. J. N. Pierce and two children, L.
Tierce, Lowell, Mass.; J. D. Bi own, Williston;
J. J. Cartledge, M. D., Fairfield; L. Schiller,
Hamburg; W. W. Warren, M. P., Allendale;
J. Knott, Graniteville ; V. D. V. Jamison,
Orangeburg; D. Sheppard, Edgefield; W. M.
Foster, Spartanburg; G. E. Hawkins, Newber?
ry; L. H. Jennings, Edgefield; J. H. Wheeler,
Newberry; A. S. Stephens, Fair Play, S. C.; D.
S. Care, Bamberg; Mrs. H. Morgan and sm,
Georgetown; J. Murdoch, New York; P. M.
Quaid, Georgetown; W. H. Cuttino, Mt. Hope;
S. D. M. Boyd, Myereville, S. C.; T. J. Ses?
sions, F. F. Harrison, Conwayboro'; S. R.
Rodgers, Graham's; N. P. Dutton, steamship
Sea Gull; W. S. Crawford, Union-38 arrivals.
Cfiarlebton Hotel-E.. C. Cohore and wife,
New York; Hugh Hendry, Newark, N. J.; Geo.
Robertson, Augusta; Ernest Hart and wife.
New York; R. Tann, New York; W. Lane and
wife, New York; J. H. Ketchum, Mullins; J.
McCollough, Fairfield; G. M. Jordan, Green?
wood; Vincent Griffin, White Hall, S. C.; J. C.
Childs, Milway, S. C. ; J. W. Fooshe, J. H. Stu?
art, Ninety-six; W. Hamilton, W. L. Hurst, S.
Cogburn, Edgefiald; N. R. Sullivan, Anderson;
W. H. Austin, Belton; L.F. Silliman, A. Sulz
bacb, Columbia; H. 8. Kerr, Abbeville; W. R.
White, Lowndesville; T. A. Hudgens, Honoa
Path; A. Ulinkscales, Due West; T. J. Craig, C.
H. Franklin, L. H. Trenett, Clinton; T. B. Jbter,
R. A. Thompson, South Carolina; R. P. Bu?
chanan, Dr. J. A Walker, York; H. A. Tupper,
Georgia; J. G. Ferguson, John Ferguson,
James McCollough, W. D. Sullivan, James H.
Trayham, Greenville; Antonius Dill, J. Jami?
son, D. T. Barr, Lexington; D. H. Durman,
W. W.Sims, Union; S. S. Knight, Laurens; S.
P. Lanford, Woodruffs; Lucas Lancaster,
Glenn Springs; Jack Smith, Scull School; B. A.
Hughes, l'h?adelphia; B.D. Doan, Belton, S.
C.; Dr. W. J. David, Marlboro'; W. B. Coskrey,
Clarendon; C. J. Thomas, Alabama; Dr. C. E.
Griffin, J. J. Mciver, Society Hill; Charles E.
Solomon, Now York; B. F. McGchee, Tennes?
see; W. P. Munford. Richmond; E. J. Towns?
end, C. W. Dudley, Bennettsville; J. H. Pawicy
and lady, Florence; J. R. O'Haia, Savannah; G.
H. Danscomb, Canada; E. W. Homo, Edge
field; T. A. Frierson,Sumter; L. C. Matthews,
Athens; John McKnight, Columbia-75 arri?
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION in Unonville re?
sulted in the choice, without opposition of the
following officers: Intendant-I. G. McKissick;
Waid ns-W. U. Hams, John Rodgers, H. L.
Goss aud R. A. McKnight.
CO-CHEIA ITEMS.-Mayor McKenzie and the
new City Council of Columbia were duly sworn
I in o i Monday afternoon.
Tao Phoenix notices the arrival at Nickor
aon ? o? ?Lc "allant Marshal Kaue, formerly of
THE TABLEAUX OF ST. MABK'S CnuncH.-The
congregation of this church have for tho past
two evenimrs given a sene3 of tableaux at thc
Market Hall, tor thc purposo of raising funds
to erect another church building, tho one non
in use being out of icpair and too small tor Hie
worshippers. Tue Markst Hall was provided
with & temporary stage, and tho programme
varied each evening. Thc entertainment was
good and well attended, the performen acting
their parts admirably, the piece." being fre?
quently enchored. As thc hall will be u^ei by
tho Board of i'ironiasters to-night, there will
be no performance, but thc tableaux wiil be
' continued during tho remainder of thc week.
St. Mark's Church is under the pastoral eire ol
thc Rev. J. B. Seabrojk.
REGULAR MEETING OF Jrrr COUNCIL.-Pres?
ort -The Mayor; Aldermen Potter, Cunning?
ham, Lindstrom, Doreef, Wall, Cade, Wiiilden,
Honour, Voigt, Marshall, Mooro and McKin?
Tho minutes of tho last mooting were read
The Committee on Accounts ?eported favor?
ably on sundry bills, amounting to S3611 13,
and rec jmnieoded that they bj passed for pay?
Alderman McKinlay presented a potitio i from
Hutchinson & Hamilton to erect a stcr.m en?
gine at Ko. 272 Eist Bay, for tho pur.iosc o:
ginning cotton. RofcrreJ to thc Cjiirmutee on
No further business appearing, <:anu3:l ad?
journed. W. H. SMIt'H,
Clerk ot Council.
UNITED STATES COURT, NOV^HBEE 17- HON.
GEOBSE S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-The Judge ap?
proved of the ioUowing appointments of assig?
nees by R. B. Carpoulcr, Esq., Registrar:
John W. Burbridge for Lawrence K. Fishbum;
David J. Winn for John S. Bradley; John TA'.
Burbridge for Ed. F. Davis; Louis McLain tor
John 0. Edwards; P. V. Dibble for James YY.
Reed; John W. Bul bridge for Thomas P.*c;
Hobert M. Thompson lor John F. Gamble; Da?
vid J. Winn for Johann Moore; James M.
Brown for Edgar W. Charlos; John J. Ryan for
Silas Eaves; David J. Winn tor John R. Brad?
ford: P. V. Dibble for Frederick K. Livingston;
J. E. fc'COtt for Johu P. Bradley; Carlos J. Stnl
brand for T. Sava.ie Hoyward & Sans; P. V.
Dibble for William F. Pailhpi.
In ro P. S. Worsham, a bankrupt, in lank
ruptcy, ex parte W. J. McFadden. Oa motion
of Pressley, Lord & lnglesby, solicitors pro
pet, o* clerc J that T. W. Brigg-s, assignee, re?
port tho facts concerning the execution of au
order for salo made by the court.
In rr- W. J. Gore. Petition for final dis?
charge. Jos. T. Walch, pro pet. Final hearing
ordered December 4, at Columbia.
BILL OF 3Io3T.u-rrr.-Roturn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week onding
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Dropsy of th? A bdomcn.
Meningitis Cerebro Spinal.
Want of Vitality.
Whites, 2; Blacks and Colored, 17-Total, 19.
Under 1 year of age... 5
Between 1 and 5 yrs... 2
Between 5 and 10 yrs.. 1
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 0
Between 30 and 40 j rs.. 2
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 3
Between 50 and CO yrs. 0
between CO and 70 yrs. 3
Between 7)a>id 80 yrs. 2
Between 80 and 90 via. 0
Between OOaudlOOyis. 0
Over 100 j cars of age... 0
Totals for thc wei k ending
November 7, 1SC?.
Certificate tor th? fiumn;
01 1| 2,
4| 3| 1
Office of City Registrar. November 17, 1868.
GEORGE S. PJL .LR. M. D., City Registrar.
REV. F. A. MOOD-COMPLEUENTARY RESOLU?
TIONS.-At a moating of tho membership and
congregation of Trinity Church, held on the
8th instant, thc resignation of tho pastor, the
Rev. F. Ashbury Mood, induced by his pro?
posed removal to Chapel Hill, Texas, to enter
upon the duties of President of tho Soulc Uni?
versity, bavins: been announced, thc following
preamble and resolutions, adopted previously
by tho Board of Stewards of tho Church, were
presented, and, on motion, unanimously con?
Whereas, The relations existing during thc
proseut year between the membership of Trini?
ty M. E. Church, South, and their esteemed
pastor, the Rev. F. Ashbury Mood, are about
to be severed, by bis removal in obedienco to
what seems to be the leadings of Providence;
and whereas it is eminently proper, that in
oarting with him some acknowledgment be
made of om- appreciation of his fidelity and
zeal in tho dischargo of his responsible duties,
and that expression Le giveu to our feelings of J
affectionate regard for him, aud of sorrow at
his departure; therefore, bo it
Resolved, That we, the Board of Stewards of
Trinity Church, unanimou-ily bear this, our
tastimony, that the Rev. F. Asbmy Mood} in
his public minislratious from tho pulpit, and in
his participation at tho prayer meetings ?iud
other meau? of glace of the Church, has shown
himself an earntBt and faithful expounder and
defender of the principles of evangelical truth;
and that m his pastoral intercourse with us,
and with our membership generally, Lo has il?
lustrated an earnest, untiring and* self-sacrifi?
cing Christianity, proclaiming both by precept
and example "the glorious Gospel of ?lie blessed
Resolved, That wc acknowledge, with pro?
found gratitude to the great Head of thc
Church, the blessings that have attended his
labors ainouq us in thc developing and strength?
ening of our Christian experience, and in the
awakening and conversion of souls that wero
living "without God and without hoo? in the
Resolved. Tnat it is with deep sorrow that
we yield to thc severance ot our relations, and
contemplate o\r probably final separation,
and that wo assure our pastor that we w.ll
long cjerish au uiT.'Clioiiatc recollection of
him, and invoke for him and his family Hea
". ns richest g if ts.
Resolved, That a copv of tliese resolutions
be tendered to the Rev.* F. Albury Mood and
that they bo published in the citv'papers and
the Southern Christian Advocate!
GEO. W. WILLIAMS,}
W. W. PEMBERTON,
J\S. H. WHEELER,
SAMUEL A. NELSON", I
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, i Stcv.artls.
JAS. R. MOOD, i
P. M. BUTLER,
HENRY C. STOLL,
V. A. JEFFORDS,
J. CHAMBERLAIN, Church Secretary.
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.-WO have received
fiom Mr. John Russell the October numb:r of
Blackwoods Magazine, an issue of nure than
ordinary merit. We speak from our own
kn:w!ede;e of the ment3 of '-Madame Aurelia,"
the serial story, but the judgments of com?
petent English critics have pronounced very
favorably upon it. The second article, ou
"Clever Women," is a charmin? paper upon
thc vexed question of the relations of the
sexes. Thc essayist, whilo adinitti .g that "a
woman's eyes are never so beautiful as when
they look up," delineates, nevertheless, with
groat judgment and impartiality, the sphere
in which tho abilities ol' a real c'.uvor woman
removed equally from exceptional genius on
thc one hand and from insipid frivolity on tho
other-should, and. in the pres-ut state of
society, may find their true exercise and de?
velopment. His view is contrasted and illus?
trated by various extracts from a Feminine
diary of fifty years ago, which form in them?
selves thc most tantalizing bits of exquisite
suggestion in the world. We cannot help
envying tho happy carafe! win had such a
charmin:,' mis tr ass and correspondent. She
wau certainly mada for something bettor than
"Thc summer pilot of an emply heart
Vuto the shores ot nothing;"
and it is pleasant to bo assurod that the com?
pensation of ber patience and fortitude was
forthcoming at last. No. VII of the "Histori
cil Sketches of thc Reign ot George II," deals
principally with the character of John Wesley,
and is marked by all of tho vigor and pictorial
power which has distinguished the scries.
The usual sham of political articles, and a
fair amount of the O'Dowd lucubrations, which
seem now to be d? nqenr with Blackwood, fill
up tho number, whose most remarkable fea?
ture, however, is perl* i. s a curious and lorciblo
poem by the sculptor-poet, W. W. Story, in
which an ingenious argument for th3 parity
and disinterestedness of Judas Iscariot is put
into the mouth of a Rjman lawyer in Jerusa?
lem in tho first century, and enforced with
much curious lojric and illustration.
?SIXTEEN Hl.N'TS T> lt:: .'AIL GROCERY MER
CHANTS.- Ai it is ol thj utmost importance to
retail grocery ruorchants to kuo.v not only
tvhat is tho best selection of grocerio;, but
where such selection can bal b: mid -, Mossrs.
W. H. Chalice & Co., who have a large custo n
among that class of traders, pabliab sixteen
bin's on this subject in the advertising
columns of this morning's NEWS. Ibo follow?
ing is a synopsis : L P. Ballantine & Son's pale
ale is the best, and can bo obtained only from
Messrs. W. H. Chaffjc & Co., No. 207 East Bay,
Charleston, S. C. 2. Extou's premium Tren?
ton crackers aro the best manufactured, and
the supply of Messrs. W. H. Uhaffec & Co. is
constantly renewed, so that they always havo
fresh crackers. 3. Pure braudy is a J necessary
as rare, and can be obtained from AV. n. C. & Co.
i. Ryo and B lurbon whiskey is not manufac?
tured of a better quality thau that kept by
W. H. C. & Co. 5. Buy puiocorn whiskey from
W. H. C. & Co. G. Get Jamaica, St. Croix and
New England rum from W. II. U. & Co. 7. Gin is
a wholesome liquor, and the best plain and
fancy brands are kept by W. II. C. & Co. 8.
Madeira, port and sherry are directly imported
by W. H. C. & Co. 9. Best English alo and
porter are sold by W. H. C. & Co. 10. Sharp
vinegar, by W. H. C. & Co. IL It is diflimlt to
pet good braudy preserves. Save time aud
troublo by purchesing cherries and peaches
from W. H. C. & Co. 12. Sound, sweet butter
will make th? reputation of a retail grocory:
bad butter will ruin it. Boar this in mind, and
buy your butter from \V. li. C. & Co. 13. Yon
can procure a choice variety o' cheeses from
W. H. C. Si Co. U. Pure lard, W. ll. C. & Co.
15. Fresh, sweet raisins can always be bought
from W. H. C. & Co. 10. W. H. C. & Co. keep
the best Fulton beef.
Any retail grocer or country merchant who
will take tho above sixteen hints will make a
EvEnvBODr KNOWS the immense gain in com?
fort resulting from a perfect-il tiing shirt. Such a
garment can only be prepared at au establishment
where their manufacture is made a specially. Tho
" ?tar Shirts" recently introduced have already wou
eu unrivalled reputation throughout the length and
oread'h cf thc country, aud Mr. E. Scott, tuc propri?
etor of the only store ia this city exclusive'}* devoted
to tho salo of gentlemen's furnishing goods, is ready
to supply these shirts, either ready-made or made
to order, at s'icrt notice. At his handsome estab?
lishment in Mtc'.ing-strect, just above Market, will
also be found ever> thing in the lino of furnishing
goods ol' tho newest styles and bost quality, and all
at pries adapted to the tightness of thc tim.s. Call
and take a look at his stock.
FLORIDA ORANGES.-The Lani of Flo .vers is
d cs .-r vi i ig f a better appellation, for it has furnished
not only tho flowers, but thc fruit Florida has. for
for some time, beoa competing very successfully
with Cuba iu supplying thc Northern markets with
tropical fruit. A large consignment of sweet oranges
ha3 been recently received by Mr. Jam.s Macbeth,
which will bc sold by thc one hundred at his oflicc,
North Commercial Wharf.
A RARE CHANCE.-A fine corner grocery stand
on King-street is offered for sale. Ste advertisement
in auother column.
CONSIGNMENT OF PHILADELPHIA WOKE.
Farm wagons, grocer's wagons, cotton drajs, ca.-ts
and wheelbarrows, of supericr workmanship, just re?
ceived by schooner Kate E.. Rich, and for sale at very
low prices bv E. CH 1 PIN k CO.,
No. 20 Hayuc-strc t,
3 No*. 33 aud 3J Pinckuey-strect.
MOREHEAD BITTERS.-These bitters can be
had at James McKeau, No. 58 Auson-strccl, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
Auguit 10 3mos nifw
CHOICE GREEN ANO BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Auson streets. Goods delivered lrcc.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelope-, Paper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bouud in any style, or Account
Books made lo order, with any desired pattern ol
rulin.-, go to Hiram Uarris, Agent, No. ;Vj Broad
(!5uns, pistols, (?tr.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JH. HAITO?DT. P?UCTICAL G UN MAKER,
. No. Iii? MEE i INeJ-sTltEET. oUers at low
prices to suit thc titanes. BREECH-LOADING DOC
BLE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOURLE <?C<s,
Superior Single Guns for Boy.-?. Also. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNITION.
&y REPAIRING executed as usual.
October 'JJ tmw Imo
Milliner!) (00005, &c.
T^j-ISS K. A. MUUTIJ.\2KI>,
No. 303 KING-STREET,
FUI.LY iuform the
Ladies that she has
opened a hau'l?onic
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AXD CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfni 'Jinos
cSI) iris a\\v /nruisljtng (?? ooHs.
OR MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AT E. SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall, under the
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
c. rc CLAGHOUX, \ Fhiii?ei*
IS. il. COATES, i phi*. Pa.
\V. F. IIKItltlNO,
A. HI. JACKSON,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
fl WING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARP), we aro prepared to offer cveiy facility lor RECEIVING, POR?
TY ARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER UF UHR tHKBE IIOUSKS.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all consignments when desired. Also to otu- friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCKHART ft DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October G DAC Hmcs
Q T T O SONNT.IG,
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 Market-street, between King und
A rc lulu lc-st rccts.
GENIS' COVTS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Clcane.l and Pressed.
November 12 wfru3moB
JSSERTEI. & DUKBEC,
No. 2C5 KING-SIRtiET, OPPOSITE HASEL, OVER
JAS. E. SPEVR'S JEWELRY STORE.
R. ISSERTEL.F. EUGENE DURB^C.
November 2 mwflmo
Y^TT I li lt I A M SI H ONS,
. LATH WITH w. ?. courra * co.,)
. No. 249 King-street, (in thc Bend,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Mr. CAMPBELL DOUGL AS will b; ph ased to sec
his friends at thc above establishment.
November IC mwf3
YTTIIiBUB, ?Sf SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of j
rents, and all manner ot claims.
July 13 mwi?i'O
JOHN li . ALEXANDER,
REAL EST A TE A G E N T,
No. IG Broad-?tre?-*
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS dUSlNESSIV THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSTING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and olhors. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BEN I'S OF HOUSES, kc_October 1
A^ILLIS ?.". CIUSOLBl,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SUI PH SO AGEXTS,
WILL ATTI ND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Forcigu and Domestic Portel ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
K. WILLIS.A. R. CHLSOLM.
Q ll. SASS,
A TTO UNE Y AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
tSr Oincc No. *J3 BROAD-STREET, north sido
betweeu Kin? and Mee ti na. May H
H V BIP U AK YS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, MOM'S, SE
CURIHES AND PERUSAL PROPERTY
No. 2 7 B R O A O-S T R K K T ,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, En}.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. It. WAKING. Knq.
< ictobfr 1
J ?GAN it SEABROOK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS /.V j
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYWARD SEABROOK
^KIFFIN, BROTHER ? CO..
G R 0 C E R S
C 0 M M 1 S s I 0 ?/ M R ll V ll A X IS
No. lu? I.OMRAKU-STREI J,
_ April Tl _
fi E O . il . HO J' I? O C IC,
V A C T O R
CO.V M I s s I O V M K lt C ll A N T ,
ACCOMMODA MUM WIIAUF,
(ilinrlv^iuii, R C.
P. GADSOMN IU-I-I.I.. i!.ii"f Si-pTinlicr 21
1> 1?. MARSHALL ? BROTHER,
AUCTION E E R S,
R E A J. ESTA I E A G K N i S, ll lc O K K lt b
Mu. a;i MIOAD-STUEET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ax., BOUGHT AND
80LD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
ts-Auction ot HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, cverv
Wednesday. October 1!)
SOUTHWEST CORVEll ME ETI S G AM)
AN EXTENSIVE. VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected t-upply ot tho NECESSARIES OF
LIEE, und also tho luxuries-WINE-1, LIQUORS,
etc --viii at all times be found at the above Store
established under the auspi-ca of tho "PALM."!'TO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
wh-ch will continue anJ extend thc advantages il
already offers to the public. Fresh .arrivals and
bargains will bo regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as sot forth in
its charter, "To furuish members and the public
frith tho necessaries of lifo of good qiality, una lutte?
rai cd, and at lowest market rat 's, aud from thc
profits of t>uch sales to accumulate capital for ib
Copies of tac Constitution and By-La WI can bi
found at tho store of the Association, and all in?
quiries ?egarding tho practical working ol' tho etiler
prise will be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied,
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG CALL, Assistant
July ll _
Encourage Home Munufaciure !
PALMETTO HOP YEAST CAKES.
HAVING RECEIVED TUE AGEN C'Y FOR
those eolebrated YEAST CAKES, manufactur?
ed by ?Mrs. S.U. L. Price, of Summoiville, S. C.,
wc respectfully ask for them the attention of thc
trude generally, aud housekeepers especially. 'J hey
are exclusively of Southern manufacture, entirely
free from any injurious properties, superior to those
ol Northern make, answer all thc purposes of, and
arc far more economical than, Yeasl Powders. All
wo ask tor thom is a fair trial. Directions for use
accompanv ca h package.
The trade supplied at MANUFACTURER'S
PALMETTO PIO SEER CO-OPERATIVE
f oulhw.st CDrner Mooting and Market-streets.
.j^EETIXG-STHEET FOU A OBY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of oil sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 0 to
1G feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PREiSiiS for Hm<l
powcr, Saw rind Rico Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptione
made to order
Particular attention ptv 1 to
HOU.?E FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOI! BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc., rfc?,'
WILLIAM a HEXEKEY,
MA CIT!XIS T A XD F 0 UX D ER
No. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 ni wa
QPAL I> E !V T A L L 1 X A ,
TOOTH WA SE,
For Cleansing tine Teeth, Preventing tlic
Formation of Tartar, giving lone to
I lie Gums, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance In thc flouth.
SlTEKlJi: ?O SOZODONT AND CHEAPER.
TON P?EPAR/.TION IS TUE RESULT OF THE
combined skill of thc physician, deutist aud apothe?
cary, and it is offered as a BELIAULE SIT slitutc t?r
thu numerous uuecr alu washes now in vo^ue. 'ihc
micro! cope has also been called into ti c, ann the re?
searches uf a celebrated observer have dote -led the
manner in which the tartar is formed, showing it to
be the work of anim?lculo.
Substances which Ficinus found lo des roy ?he lifo
of 'li'se infusoria ure contained in ihe Dentallina,
au I thus it prevents Hie increase ol'tartar aud cou?c
quent loosening of the teeth. It will bo found usctul
m persons in advanced life, (riving strength und tone
lu the gums, v.hile io every one the aroma aud sou?
sa I lou uf cleanliness after using it will be sufficient
recomiueuusli u; smokers especially will appreciate
its < nicacy.
Nunieron* dentists of the highest star.din;; bein;;
acquainted willi tlie composllio.i ol' thc I'en allina,
a Ivovate it.s use, it containing not lum: corrosivo or
Injurious to precut tis unrestrained employment.
Prciure 1 ouly by JA*. T. SilINN, chemist, Phils
For sale by DOWIK k MOISE,
Corn"r Mooting and Hate! streets,
October 1! ./luilmos cbaiie.s;ou, s. C.
m UK UNIVERSAL I AV?ltITE.
6' / L E X 7
TIMS MACHINE 1^ NOW ItAPIuLY TAKING
HIP place ul all others as a FAMILY SEWING MA?
Hy un arrangement made during n lute visit to
New York, I mu enabled to take ordets for any first
i-ISNH SEWING or RMI UNO MACHINES, mut
deliver Ihciu hero lu feu dayn. Also, SEWING
MACH I NEK with Buttonhole Attachment-. Cir?
culars and SmnplcH of Sowing sent un application,
All kinds of Needles, Toola, 4c.
Repairing dunc us usual.
ll. II. II.YSEI.TOV,
JOT KI NO-s TRI; KT.
November 4 Wl'uEimoa
Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters, $c.
BY N. HUN V & SON.
THIS DAY, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, >"o. 142 Meeting-s reet, we will sell fur
125 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Brogans, Gaiters,
Balmorals, ic, kc.
Our extra fine assortment, aU fresh and seasonable
goods, with extra sizes, to which we invite the a'ten
tion of buyers. November 18
Cases Misses'Boots, Blankets, Wooden Shins,
Socks, Carts Harness. Blocks, Chains, dc.
BY HOLM KS & MACBETH,
Will bc sold THIS DAY, 18th November, at half
part 10 o'cock, at No. 78 Broad-street, underthc
G cases MINERS' BOOTS
1 ' ale (Jiav Bljnkeia
1 ca?e Men's Sock-,
I caso Woollen shirts
1 very fine Ugh! set Double Ba rae-;.*
Sundry Pieces Fornitura
Mattress^, large and small Blocks, Plough*, Hoc?,
Scales. Chains, and various other ar.ide-.
Unlimited num' er ot ar.ielcs received up to ho;ir
Terms rasa. November 18
Dry Goods, Brogans, Notions.
CAMPBELL KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction I louse. No. 55 HastT-aucct,
WiB sell THIS DAY. commencing at IO o'clock,
BLACK BROADCLOTHS. Cossiraercs. Plaids,
Apron Check?, Hosieiy. Undershirts, Hdkfs.. ?auu
cts, Neck Ti's. Alpaca. Coat Linings, Damask, Linen
C. Bdk.'s, Pocket Hdkis., kc.kc.
An invoice ot NOTIONS, kc.
HAIR BRUSHES, Bra!.ls, b< issors, Spooii?,G!ovcs,
Yelwt Ribbon, Florence Silk Cords, Whalebone,
0 cases TOILET SOAP.
Conditions cash. November 18
Household Furniture, cj-c., on Account o? all
Concerned, lo pay Beni and Storage.
Wiil sell THIS D\Y (Wcdncsdiy), 18th iuttant, at No
I3G Mccticg-street, commencing at 10 o'clock,
PILLOWS, BEDSTEADS, si icboards, Mattress!
Ta', les, i hiaaaud Crockerywar..-, kc.
One FINE SEWING MACHINE.
Terms cash. November 18
Stock and thc entire Farming Utensils.
Will scU at his Store, Ko. 13G Meeting-street, on
TO-MORROW, 3'Jth instant, at 10 o'clock,
- HORDES, BROOD MARE, Yoke ot iuporior
Oxen, English Cow. - Wagons, Carts, 20 Ploughs,
Harrows. Cora Sweller, Harness. Hoes, Axes, 15,000
pound" Fodder, 2U0 Potato Barrels (delivered at i our
SEVERAL ARTICLES t io numerous to mention,
such as is usually kept ou a first-class Farm.
J Pirna cash. November 18
BY HUTTON LEE, Audioacer.
E. W. MARS ALL. ?ssignee of JOSEPH PURCELL,
and W. E. MIK I LL, Assignee ol GABRIEL DA?
VIS will sell TO-MORROW, November 10'h, a', ll
o'clock A. M-, at tho corner of Broad-street and
All that LO I' OF LAND, with thc Buildings there
on, situate, Iviu.- ?md bein? on the uorih side of th"
Vendue Bange, mcasuiiug and containing in iront
on Vendue Range 10 feet io luches, more or less; ou
thc hack or north Hue 24 tcet 10 luche-; in depth on
west line about 57 feet G inches; oa the east line
ni DU lu y sou nwanlly about 14 led ; thouec woatward
ly about 5 feet, aud theu.-e again running .-ouih
wardly about 44 feat 6 indies; bulling and bound?
ing south on Vcudue Ranne, west on lands of Wil?
liam Treuholm, north on lands of John Williamson,
and cast on lands unce of Joshua Brown
Terms-One-third oi?h, and thc balance in one
ye: r. secured by bond and mortgage ol rreuiiscs.
Purchaser to j ay assignees for papers.
^urtionefra' prioate Sales.
BY LOUIS 1). BeSAUSSUUE.S
For Rent or Sale
The desirable FARM in At. Andrew's Parish, ad?
joining the Now Bridge Ferry, opposite tho City of
Charleston, containing about 3.M) veres, and lying on
both sides of the public road. It Ins been well culti?
vated and fertilized lor the past two years.
For particular?, ap.ily as above, at
November 18 ?f.u4 No. 2:1 UROAD-STREET.
CLIFFORD & ilATIIEWES.
Kcal Estate Agent?, \o. 50 Broad-street.
For sale ami Lease
PHOSPHATE LAND? of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation ana healthy locations all the
RICE and COT ION PLANTATION* and FARMS in
all parts of the Stale.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3uaos.
STATE BILLS RECEIVABLE.
ANK BILLS OF AT L KINDS WANTED, AND
highest prie- paid by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
November"4 Broker, No. 8 Broad-ctreet.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
October 23 fmw Imo
READ THIS !
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
JERFUM E KIES
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
INC ARTICLES MADE bY
LUEIN, P.iYIENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, TARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a lull ass jrtment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
C O MBS,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Thc ladies are respectfully invited to call and ex?
amine bef?te purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. F AX KYIS.
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
CHA R L E S I O N, S. C.
November 13 fmwSiSM
A. I). FLEMING'S
STEAM UM FACTORY,
NO. 311 KINO-STUEET,
BRANCH STORE CORNER KI.S G AND ANN
rpVKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
CUS'omers, and public in general, that he ip
now ready, with a fu'.l supply of CANDIES ot his
own uianufictnring. K"ops constantly on hand a
fresh supply ol' FUEN 'll CANDIES, of thc greatest
variety. ITCH!) CAKES and TIES of all s ?rls are
daily baked at his Steam Candy Factory. Thc
public in general, and particularly the country mer?
chants, ? ill lind it to thoir interest hy giving him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 2G too
BY MILES UKASE.
IBIS MOONING, at IO o'clock, I will sell at my
More, corner ot King and f iber. y treats
Au invoice ot seasonable Ci.OTH.ING, received direct
COKBISTIXO OF :
30 Gents' BLACK CLOTH FROCK COAT*
40 Genis' i'lotb aud Cas.-inicro Business' Sack
30 Gents' Satinet and Jean Sack (" oats
50 Gents' Cassiraere and Fancy Vests
10 > pair Cashmere and Satinet Pants
C Heavy Overcoats.
An a-sortmeut of DRY GOOD''. TABLE AND
POCKET CUTLERY, Mens', Boys' and Children's
Hats, tc._Ni vcmber 13
Mule at A uction.
BY LOWNDES & (* KIMBALL,
Ko. 26 Broad-street.
Will tc sold THIS DAY, the 18th instant, in front
of our Office,
A FINE DR ll MULE.
I!V?S,' *?.'> Co'lfJ3e Set, Erasion
Tahte, ( haws, Stoves, Lumps, Sewing Ma?
chines, Glassware, ?:c.
BY II. ll. MARSHAL! & BRO.
THIS DAY, at a quarter-past 10 o'clock, at No 33
Postponed Auction Sale.
BY JOHN S. RYAN.
The sale of REAL ESTATE A I'D WHARF PRO
PERCY, known as Wuppoo Mill ; also, the PROPER?
TY corner of tust Bay and Accommodation Wharf,
advertised for sale on the 17th inst, was postponed
in consequence of the inclemency of the weather,
but will be positively sold on TUESDAY, the 24th
inst, of which notice will be given on Monday, tho
23d. , JOHN S. RYAN.
lNovtmbcr 18 1
[POSTPONED ON AC.OUST WEATHER ]
I'ADER ?KC KKK ItY KQ.VITT.
Mouzon vs. Cunningham.
Will be sold, under the direction of thc undersigned,
at thc O d Customhouse, TO-MORROW, November
17, at ll A. M.
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with thc Buildings
thereon, situate on tho north side ot Beaufain
street, in th's city, measuring in trout on said street
tuirty-flvc (36) foot, moro or less, and in depth two
hundred (200) feet, more or less. Bounding south
on Beaufaiu-street, west on lands of Wm. Cioss and
Rebecca Folker, north cn lands of Solomon Moses
and J. R. Poinsett, and east on land of Andre* Cun?
Terms-One-lhird cash: Valanco in three equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bonds and
mortgage of the premises, w th Interest f .-om day of
sa'e, pajablesimi-annually. Tho building to be in?
sured ai d policy assigned. Purchaser to pay lor
papers und ttamp3. J. W. GRAY,
November 18 Master in Equity.
[POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT WHATHER.)
UN'DEK DECHEE IK KU I IT V.
Gregg vs. Ilorlbeck, Trustee, el al.
TO-MORROW. 19th November, ct ll o'clock, will be
sold at tho Old Customhouse.
All (hat LOI' OF UND, with tho BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on Mill-street, and measuring on
thc north on Mdl-strcet 10 feet 4 iu.-hes, on the west
ou land now or late of Gilliland, formerly of Gr.>gg,
09 feet 0 inches, ou the somh on land of Hose, 10 feet
G inches, on tho east on land of Ostcrholtz, 99 feet 4
inches. BouudeJ by the fenc-8 as they now stand.
Terms-On- -third caah; balanco lu ono and two
years, with interest from day ol sale, payable an?
nually. The credit portion to bo socured by bond of
thc purchaser and mortarage of tho promises. The
buildings to be Insured and thc policy assigned to
tho Master, Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
November 18 Master in Equity.
Real and Personal Estate and Hotel Furni?
In pursuance of a decretal order of thc honorable
the Cou t of Bankruptcy, On TUESDAY, first De?
cember next, at 12 o'clock, before tba Old Postof?
fice, Broad-street, Charl? ston, S. C.. will be fold by
tho Assignee of Joseph Purcell, Bankrupt, at pub?
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE REAL ESTATE:
All that one undivided half (!i) interest in the
MILLS HOUSE HOTEL, on southwest comer of
Meeting and Queen streets, containing, on Meeting
street, 81 feet, and abo on toe lands ot estates of
Mixer and Euston 31 feet 8 inches, and also on tho
lauds of tho estates of Mixer and Euston 18 feet 2
tuches making in all ou the east line 129 leet 10 inches,
more or less; north on Queen-stieet 27-5 feet 1 inches;
more or less; south on land-* of Hiberuiun Society 8>
feet, also on land of estate of Daniel Mixer rn 1 Wm.
Enstou 117 feet 8 inches, and 22 feet 1 inches, also on
lands Soc cty of Fiicuds ll feet, in all on soath hno
270 feet, mor" or less; west on land of Society of
Friends ll feet 8 inches, also on hud uow, or late of,
James S.Watson 97 foot, in all oa west lines of lil
feet 8 inches, more or Uss, which said premises aro
delineate.! and appear, by a plat of the same made by
Paul Dero, Civil Engineer, and dated April 15,1803.
One-fourth il-ith) undivided iuterest in tho
WOODEN HOUSE AND LOT on Meeting-street, next
south ol' Mills House, containing on Meeting-street
31 lect 8 Inches, and in depth 117 feet S iuches, more
or less, having such dimensions as will appear upon
One undivided half interest in the BRICK HOUSE
AND LOT on Meeting-street, next south ot the
above, containing o.i Me jting-st:cet 18 feet 2 inches,
a ad in ('epth 110 feet, more or less, having such di?
mensions us will appear upon above mentioned plat.
At Mills House Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, scrond
December next, at 10 o'clock M., and there con?
tinuing from dav today until the property shah bo
All thc FURNITURE of thc Malls House Hotel,
Parlor. Chamber, Dinlug Room and KITCHEN
FUKNTTUHE, all in perfect order and latest styles,
complete for the equ'pment of a Hrs -cla-s hotel.
Terms-T:.e real estate will be sold for ouc-third
cash, the balance parable in one and two ye irs, in?
terest payable annually, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property, which :s io bc insured, and the
pclicy to be assigned. Purchasers to pay for stamps,
The Furniture will be sold for cash, t ) be delivered
ou day of salo. E. W. M ARsHALL,
Assignee of tie Estate Joseph PurcelL
O. tobor 2G ra wi K? lui
Jesse C. Miller, Administrator, vs. George
ll'. Hicks and Wife, et ul.
By virtue of a decretal order made in th'F cause, I
will sell at Barnwell Courthouse, on MONDAY, the
7th day of December next,
The loUowtng described TRACT ORPxR'EL OF
LAND, belonging to the Estate of Jesse C. Miller, de?
ceased, containing 10 JO acres, more or less, situate,
lying and being in the county of Barnwell, and
bounded north by lands of Richard Bradley, Robert
Bradley anil 'thomas Youmans, south by lands of
Josiah S. Walker, W. D. Jackson and Robert Martin,
au i west by lands of John J. Cater and Robert
The above Lands will bc lui 1 off in four or moro
separate tracts, plats of which will be exhibited aud
de-crib'.d ou the day ol sile; on oue of which will be
a SAW AND Oi'I T MILL, with valuable Manehin
cry. all complete with thc exception of a small
break in thc Viii Dam.
'I erins ot Sale-For cash enough to pay the costs
ol thc suit and txnonscsof thc sile; purchasers to
give thcic bond?, with two or moiv ^ooJ sccurttie'-, on
credit of twelve mouths from thc tirat day of Janu
a y uevt. bcarmg interest from that date; titles to be
executed, hut not d-livered until the whole of the
purchase mouey is paid, and it not paid when due,
tho Commi-Rio?er to resell the premises for cash, at
the ri-k of thc purchaser. Purchaser to pay foe
papers and necessary revenue stamps.
J. PAiTEUSON, Commis-ioner.
Commissioner's Office, November 5, 1SGS.
Benjamin Perry, Welmvth Perry, Administra?
tor and Adminiatratr'.z, vs. John Perry,
AUx. Matheson and ie fe, and others-Bill
for Injunction to Marshal Assets, Sell Land,
In obedience to tue order of thc Court of Eqmty
made in tho above stated case, at June term, 1808,
I will sell, at Lancaster Courthouse, South Caroli?
na, ou the lirst MONDAY in I'cccratter next,
All that valuable PIECE. PARCEL OK TRACT OF
LAND described in the pleadings, belongiug to the
estate of John Perry, decca-cd, lying and sit .atol in
the Di-trict of Lancaster, state ol -outh Carolina,
coutainiug (GOOU) six thousand acres, more o.- less, of
No. 1 cottou, corn aud grain laud-, well w tiered and
heavily timbered, fencing iu eood repair-the up?
land po lucine, rino crops of cotton, corn and small
gram, whd* the extensive bottoms, lying along the
Catawba River, a c uo! to be surpa-scd. these lan.ls
are situated in the southwestern portion ot Lancaster
District, bounded by tu/ R-rsbaw linc. I he Catawba
lUver and bv iamls ot D. W. Brown Lewi - Pitter?
sen, C. L. ii lman, James thompson, VSnluniiv-xou
I WU.'. ALSO SKLt.. FOR CAsn.
OnthciUi->l'AYand\VEiJNl.M:AY aft r the first
Moudav i i December, at the lonncr rcsidenoooC
the sj-.d Jo m Perry, deceased, iu Lancaster Dis
(..?..i u ar l.ibertv Hill.
AU thc Pl i'oN?L PROPERTY belonging to the
Jatc of said deceased. I ?er, thin? usually kept on
a l uge and well regulated PLntationmay be b-m^ht
;it t'!':! ?-ale. , ... . ,
The r al estate above mentioned wi 1 bf surveye 1,
ami divided ?u:o t>?>- throe and lour hundred acre
tracts, to suit purchasers, plats of which will bc ex
hibited on dav ol'sale.
1\rm---So much ca^h as wih pay the cos's of suit
au i cx-'^as 'S ol sale. I he balance on a credit of one,
two sud three vcars, with iuterest, to be due and pay?
able annually, from day ot sale. Turcha-cr to givu
bo ul, with tw ) or more good sccniities, and a mort?
gage of thc premises. Purchaser to pay for stamps
amlpaners. Terms mu-t bo complied with on day
of -ale*, ur tho property will be resold OJ day of sahl
at tho risk of the lormer purchaser.
K. G. BILLINGS, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lancaster Courthouse. S. C.,.
November 2, 18GS. " ,
November 9 ,;Wml