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JDBsetiag* TWlM Bmy.
Jere Bank of Cn ari orton, at M K.
Trasloes Splaoopal Society, at 7 P. M.
Auction SaJM This Day,
Laoroy * Alexander will sell at ll o'clock,
at Mo? S Atlantic wharf, groceries, liquors, 4c.
Jeffords * Co. will sell at hali past 9 o'clock, at
their atores, bacon and dry salted meats.
Gao. W. Steffens will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
at als store, butter, hams, Aa
A. a MeGuuvray will sell for the Sheriff, at ll
?.clock, at the Old Posloffloe, real estate.
Bowers A Sllcox will sell at ll o'clock, at thc
.M Postofflce, real estate. N
Wardlaw A Carew will seU at ll o'clock, at the
OM Psstoffioe, sea island cotton plantation.
W. J. Gayer will seil at ll o'clock, at the Old
Print nil rm. a brick house and lot of land.
Hoary Cobla A Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
at shea- atore, hams, sugar, Ao.
Mia G. Manor A Co. will sell at io o'clock, at
taten? store, Brasseis carpet, woollen goods, Ac.
Tata CHXAPBST YBT.-The 5BWB Jab Office Is
now printing bill-beads in UM best style and en
tue paper, at $2 Wp? thousand. Merehanta, think
3A.MTTA.SY VISITAKTS.-Roundsmen Michell
.and Daria hare been appointed In the lower
wares, and Policemen Klpson and Pond in the
vpper wards, to maxe a tour of inspection in their
respective departments for sanitary purposes.
Vtift GsoaoKTOwx, 8. C., KBITHPIBLD,
WATKRLY AifD BROOK Gass* MILLS.-The regula,
packet steamer Emilie, Captait P. C. Lewis, will
leave commercial Wharf to-morrow morning, thc
*4tb instant, ats o'clock. Freight will bc received
Brn&nsHtp HARTLAND will sall on Wed?
nesday, at 4 o'clock P. M, and ta rough bills lad
kag will be issued by Messrs. Courtenay A Tren
holm for cotton to Bremen, per Steamship Ohio,
af tao Borth Germas Lloyd, sailing from Balti?
more, December l.
Haw Foin.-Attention ts called to the ad?
vertisement or Jenkins A Cunningham, Cotton
Beckers and Commission Merchants, No. i War?
ren Block, Augusta, Ga. This souse refers to,
and ss recommended by, Messrs. Cleghorn, Her?
ring A Co., the weB known cotton merchants of
f?asrlnslnri, Philadelphia and Augusta.
Msw BsrnsmnncssT.-At Holmes* Lyceum
to-night there will be an exhibition of blnoptric
lanterns and Drummond lights, the subject being
"Egypt and Thebes." An excellent idea of the
.ature and extent of the views may be had from
tko adverttament in another column. Thc exhi?
bition will be highly interesting is itself, and
1 draw a large andiene?.
1 f CO?KT or GENKRAI. SUSSIOBB.-In oonse
auseee of the continued Indisposition of Judge ]
Carpenter, ne has adjourned the court for one
week. T>e petit Juries "were discharged until
Monday next, but the Grand Jory wlU remain in
session, and will consider the aases presented to
them by the Attorney-General, though ne report
san bo made until the court r?assembles.
Tan BTBTBDORBS' PROTBCTTVS UNION.-An
adjourned meeting or this association was held at
Sba hall of Hook and Ladder Company, Mo. 1, In
Qceen street, last evening. A number of persons
wen admitted to the Union, and arrangements
made to perfest its workings. It has the rall
1 sympathy and encouragement of all shippers
. and shipowners, and will he what has long been
wasted m that branch of business.
Pams COTTON.- The ten balsa ot cotton
-which took the silver pitcher*, presented by the
r cbamber ef Commerce, at the Fair of the State
Agricultural and Mechanical Society, will be on
exhibition this morning on Boyce's wharf. The
cotton waa raised and exhibited by Mr. J. M.
Crawford, of Cotton Town, Columbia; and well
does Mr. Crawford deserve the prise, for nine
halo* of the ten were made oa jew acres sf hud.
The cotton ls consigned to Mr. William M. Law?
son, who winship lt to Liverpool to show what
ear State caa do..
A PnoBABLB MURD na,-At an early boor
Sunday morning a cole red man, named James
Bailey, was found lying near the railroad track,
about six miles from the city. His absence from
his home en Saturday night tndooed a search,
which resulted in his discovery. When found, be !
. van lying on the track in snob a position that the
wheels ora passing train would mutilate the
body. There was a terrible wound in the head,
and be was quite insensible. Bailey was at once
brought to the city and taken to the Boper Hospi?
tal, but his injuries were mortal and ho expired
aka same evening. The Coroner was notified,
and a Jury of inquest empanelled, who viowed the
body and adjourned until the witnesses from be?
yond the city limits wold be summoned. The
-avanel in the back of the head was evidently
'? sassed by a gunshot, and it ls supposed that the
perpetrator removed the body to the railroad
track m order to avoid detection, trusting that
nome passing train woola complete the bloody
. -work. _^ '
A Msw ?NTURPaiSh roa CHARLwrox.-The
rapidly hi creasing husmeas in produce and fruits
I mat has been developed m the South has caused
.- Borthern dealers to give thia tread their ?ieee at
' aantioa. The "United states and West India Pres h
Meat and Fruit Company" has been organised for
She purpose of shipping fresh meat, fruit ead all
perishable produce to and from the seaports and
gulf cities or the United States sud to the West
inala Islands. This company bolds the patent right |
' - af Bray's Invention for preserving meat and fruit
on the refrigerating plan, and has a capital stock
of H,ooe,ooo with a working capital of $000,000.
Sherman A Vest, of Mew York, (heavy dealers In
prod ace and fruits) have entered into a contract
with, this company to flt up, early tn the spring,
tho Charleston and Savannah steamships aod oon
neotlag lines of steamers to BL John's River,
Florida, by the application of this patent en board
said steamers. This same firm will also purchase
19,0? eorerof land near Savannah, and put the
same m fruits and early vegetables.
Bum Bums RAILROAD.-A prelim Bury meet?
ing of the Directors of the Blue ledge K*nn>sd
Company was held in this dry, OB Friday last,
and on Saturday a meeting of the stockholders |
was hew. These meetings were held with closed
doors, and no reporters were allowed to be pres?
ent, nor was any account of tbs proeecdlugs fur?
nished for publication. It has, however, transpired
shat the directors declared the contract of Crtes- j
veli, Patterson A Co. to be forfeited, and elected
K Wm. McKinlay, colored, and Judge James L. Orr
p*o an the vacancies caused bj the resignation or
Mr. Geo. 8. Cameron and ike withdrawal of Mr.
J. H. Holmes. Th? Board of Directors is now as
follows: J. W. Harrison, preulseut; T. J. Robert?
son, Henry Gourdin, William Gurney, G. A, Tren
noun, James L. Orr, Winiam McKinlay, J. II.
Janka, and James M. Allen I Governor Scott and
Mayor Pillsbury are directors etc ojjfc?o, andas
they represent nlne-teutua or the stock, they con?
trol the company absolutely aud entirely. NO
more need be said on that peint. The company,
lt ls understood, will ask for no appropriation'
tata seddon, unless the price or State bonds can
be ran sp to the neighborhood of par.
One thing must sot be forgotles. The State
and e t/ baye art interest of over two million dol?
lars in the Blue Ridge Railroad, and every tox
. payer baa a right to know thc stale of Its a nal ra.
Tot the meetings are held in holes and corners,
, abe reparlera are dodged, aud all thc information
tho public has comes from eavesdroppers and
lobby members. Ko more slgnihoant rael than
this ts found la the history or thu undertaking.
Furtanaterj th? Blue Ridge Railroad Company
^ fans so difficulty tn obtaining a quorum. Pillsbury
and Scott are thc oom pu ny, aod ir both would
grto their proxies to the same individual, a meet
teg nigh? bo held every day in the year, for
wharevSr the happy man weet there would be a
quorum or the stockholders of tbs Blue Ridge
PRHFA-?E waa. Qaawnua.-Weam. C But
A Co. offer a okolee assortment or West India
fruit, just landing from Baracoa, besides ?huge
variety of crerthing tempting and appetising for
the Carla tm as season.
NEWCOHK'8 MINSTRELS last night drew a full
house, as minstrels always arc sure to do; and
the varied and amusing programme was pre?
sented In really excellent style. "The Man of
Many Instruments," 'Tho Active Livery Little
Moke," "The Mechanical Donkey," and other
comic interludes provoked peals or laughter; and
tho oonctndlng extravaganza or "Thc Coal Shov?
eller's Revenge" was alone worth thc price of ad?
mission. The second performance takes place
to-night, with a ohange of programme.
ANNIVERSARY Ol' THK CHRRRTHOMATHIO 8O
CICTY OP CHARLESTON COLLIDE.-Thc exercises
were held y ester:) ay evening In the College chapel
and were weU attended. The facnlty and trustees
occupied the stage .After a prayer from the Rev.
A. T. Porter, the president of the society intro?
duced Mr. T. H. Strohecker, the orator or thc oc?
casion. Mr. Stroheckcr took for his subject 'The
Improvement of thc Present," and treated lt In a
masterly manner, eUcitlng frequent applause.
The anniversary lecture by the President, N. K.
Middleton, LLD., on "The Social Problem," fol?
lowed, and the exercises were dosed with a bene?
CRUMBS.-Tho Bast Bay lire seems to be ir?
repressible. At 1 A. M. yesterday lt was burning
brightly, and required the services of several po?
licemen and hackets of water before it was sob
An unfortunate inebriate, while under thc "po?
tent spell," took a snooze on thc cold, cold
ground. Ile was astonished on awakiug to find
that some enterprising character had substituted
a dumb brass watch for his chronometer. The
moral is obvions.
Thc workmen under Mr. J. H. Devereux were
busy yesterday la tearing down thc shattered
wall or Messrs. Cameron, Barkley k Co.'s build?
ing. They have already reached thc crest or the
doorway, and the reconstruction of the building
will occupy but a few days.
The debris or the Pair was removed from thc
Hibernian Hall yesterday. The commute? hare
not yet decided on the coarse to be pursued In re?
gard to thc articles remaining on hand.
A meeting of thc stook holders of the Charleston
Bank will be held at 12 M. to-day, at the hail of
thc bank. The reports or the president and board
of directors wUl be presented, and some action
taken towards resuming the business of the
King street was full of Ufe yesterday. Mer?
chants were smiling and buyers anxious to anti?
cipate the holiday in vestments.
The fine band of the Newcomb Minstrels per?
formed to a large and motly audience, in front of
the Old Postofflce, yesterday morning.
The Are weU at thc corner of Vandcrhorst and
Pitt streets has caved in, causing a dangerous
Hotel Arrivals-november 22.
John Bayley, Mobile, Alabama; John B. Mo
Nary, New York; Thomas A. ForseU. Ireland;
Sarauel B. Pani, Virginia; Edward V. Buffy,
Wm. EL McCormick,. New York; J. M. Davis
Camden, South Carotina; William Sloane. New
York; C. W. Marsh, St. I* A I. ?J. R. R.; J. D. Mc?
Call, Florence, South Carolina; Edward Gallaher,
Augusta, Georgia; Captain M. B. Cm well, E. W.
sparhawk, Steamship Magnolia
B. I. Steele, New York; J. Gorham.city; Miss S.
J. Bacon, Miss E. E. Bacon, Westerly, New Jersey;
Miss Florence La Fond, Thomas Britt, Savannah,
Georgia; J. M. Oarr, Georgetown; S. B. New son,
South Carolina; D. N. Judson, Atlanta, Georgia;
Samuel M. Ring, Baltimore, Maryland; & B.
Brawden, Wuhamsbnrg, South OaroUna; J. J.
Nettles, Sooth Carolina.
Bj ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
Brokers, Auctioneer* and Real Estate
Ageats, OOo? No. SS East Bay,
Charleston, 8. C.
TJNDEBDEuREB IN EQUITY.
EXECUTORS OP R. P. W. ALLSTON VS. BENJA?
MIN ALLSTON, ET AL.
In pursuance of the decree of Hon. B. B. Carpen?
ter, Judge of First Circuit, in the above case,
made the 9th day of November, isos, wiU be ?oki
on TUESDAY, the 7th day or December, 1800,
at ll o'clock, before the Courthouse m the Town
of Georgetown, South Carolina, the following
IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY.
1. The PLANTATION called "Goendales," ia
cloding 'The Retreat," (or "Bollen's Island,")
and "Holly Hill," with adjoining high Lands, con?
taining in au 1260 acres, mora or less, of which
668 acres, more or leas, are tide swamp, lying in
Georgetown County, as described ia a convey?
ance from P. a I. Weston to Benjamin Allston,
1st January, 1869.
1 The Plantation on Sandy Island, in George?
town county, known as "Pipe Down," ooo ta ic?
ing 294 aeree, more or less, or willoh 2*9 acres,
more or less, are tide swamp, purchased from
Mrs. M. A. Petlgru, 1st February. 1869.'
x A Tract or Land on Sandy Island, on Bull
Creek and Waeoamaw River, Georgetown Comi?
ty, (annexed by Testator to Pipe Down.) contain?
ing 645 acres, more or less, of unenclosed swamp,
purchased from John Coachman, 1st September
4. The Plantation In Georgetown County, call?
ed "Di too ford." and formerly called "Rose
Bank," containing 477 acres, more or lesa, of which
166 acres, more or less, are tide swamp; purchas?
ed from the Trastees of Mrs. Fraser on the 14th
6. The Plantation ia Georgetown Gonn ty, called
"Nightingale Hall," containing ia ail l2l9aorcs,
more or less, of nigh Land and swamp Land, or
which 339 acres, more or leas, are tide swamp;
purchased from the Trustees of Geo. A Moultrie,
on 3ist December. 1846. Also, Plantation in
Georgetown County, called "Waterford," con?
taining on the southeast side or Waccamaw
River 344 acres, more or lesa, and on the north?
west aide lie acres, more or less, of which
14? aerea, more or les, are tide swamp.
Together with three Seashore Tracrs, known as
No*. 2, S and 7. of the lands of Margaret Butler,
conveyed to H. P. W. Allston by the Trustees of
Trapter, by deed dated 19th March, 1847.
6. The Plantation, in Georgetown County called
"Exchange," containing 482 acree, more or loss,
of which 182 acres, more or lees, are tide swamp,
purchased 1st February, U&8. Also, Tract annex?
ed to "Exchange," formerly part or thc Planta?
tion called "Breakwater," containing 117 acres,
more or less, of tide swamp, purchased from the
estate of John H. Allston. .
7. Three Islands ia Win yah Bay, containing to
Fther 26 acres unenclosed swamp, granted to B,
W. Allston, on 10th February, 1847.
8. AU that Tract of Land, La Georgetown Coun?
ty, known as "Canaan," a seashore tract, con?
taining ?44 acres, more or less, of provision and
9. AU that Tract of Pine Land, ia Georgetown
County, known as "Bates' Tract," containing 380
acres, moro or less.
10. AU that Tract of Pine Land, ia Georgetown
County, containing too acres, more or leas, on the
road to Yahanec Ferry, granted to R. P. w. All?
ston on 1st August, 1863.
11. AU that Tract of i "mc Land In Georgetown
County, containing 700 acres, more ar less, tying
on Carver's Hay, and pu ml tosed from Joan T.
Scott, Attorney, ad April, 1800.
12. AU that Tract of Pine Land in Georgetown
County, continuing 4(0 acres, more or leas, lying
on Carver's Bav, purchased from D. B. Johnson,
Attorney, 18th Maroo, 1864.
13. All that Tract or Pine Land tn Georgetown
County, known as the "Boanard Tract," containing
141 acres, more or less, purchased from Oeorgc T.
Ford, 27 tb June, lfcxi.
14. All that Tract of Pine Land known as the
"Moore Tract," ut Georgetown County, contaiu
ing about ince acres, more or leas.
16. Ail that Tract oi Pine Land in Georgetown
County, containing about 228 aeres, more or lesa,
known as the "Williams' Trat*."
ALSO. IN MARION COUNTY.
16. All that TRACT of cnenelosed swamp Land
in Manon County, ou Brtuoo's Nook, coiitalmug
727 acres, more or lesa, purchased of Mrs. Wood?
berry. 27:h Fooruary, IKSrJ.
17. AU that Ti act or unenclosed swamp Land in
Marion County, on iirittou's Neck, containing ?oo
acres, more or less, purchased at Sheriffs s?ii; as
property of Thomas Sanders, on 81 h May, 1800.
ls. All that Tract of unenclosed swamp Land In
Marion County, on Brit ton's Neck, containing 4?0
acres, more or le?, purcliascd from Thunlas Par?
ker, 29th November, I8ui.
19. All that Tract or unenclosed swamp Land on
BriitouM Neck, Manon County, containing about
1:500 acres, more or less, formerly of Woodberry,
purchased lbth September, 1864.
ALSO, IX CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
20. All that TRACT OF PINK LAND in Ohcstcr
fleld County, nour Stoor Pen Spring, eoittainlug
.'CO ?cres, more or lr**, purchased from Don. J.
J. Evans, Ctii September, 184?.
Terras-One-third cash; balance in one, twa
sud throe y?trs, tectrtxl by bonds of the ptir
ohnflCTs, with interest rat ah '? annually, and
mortgages of Hie property. Purchaser* to pay
for neushbary pal era and revenue stamps.
HENRY D. LES BSN Bl
A DEUS P. ALLSTON,
Quoined Executor* of R. V. W. AUttoa.
ftn?tion Salts--Orjis tUarj.
~~A7 C. MCGILLIVRAY,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JOSEPH B. INC LBS BY TS. GBOBGB KVANS,
BX OX, BT AL.
Will bc sold THIS DAY, thc 23d day of Wovcm
bcr, at ll o'clock A. M., precisely, ia front of
thc Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, altaateon Ue southside
of Tradd-strcet, and known aa No. 46, In thc City
of Charleston, measuriuf? and containing In front
on Raid street 25 feet 6 inches, and tn depMi 98
feet, be tko same more or less. Batting and
bounding east on LaudB of Winiam Inglesby;
south on Lands of-; weston Lands of-,
and north on Tradd street aforesaid; together
with tho right of a passage through a small altey,
in common with the House and Tenement to the
weat of the aforesaid Lot of Land.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, secured by bond of thc purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold. Parchaaer to pay
for papera and stamps.
nor23 te4 g. W. M. MACK RY, B. C. C.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
TJNDER DECREE EN EQUITY.
PALMBTTO SAVINGS INSTITUTION TB. COR?
By virtue of decree in above oa?., I will sch at
public salo THIS DAY, the 23d Instant, at ll
o'clock A. IL, at tito Oki Customhouse, Brood
AU that LOT OP LAND, with thc Bui! lings
thereon, on thc sooth aide of Ann street, City of
Charleston, measuring in front on Ann street 42
feet & inches, and thc same on bacK Mua, by 200
feet m depth.
Terme-Onehalf oaah; balance In one and two
years, to bc secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of o rem Hes. Premises to bo insured
and policy asaigued. Purchaser to pay for pa
papers and stamps. K. W. M. MACKEY,
nov23_to4__Sheriff C. C,
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
TJNDER DBCREE IN EQUITY.
N. DUCKWORTH A SONS TO. LOUIS HAI.BER?
Will be sold THIS DAY, thc 23d day of Novem?
ber instant, at ll o'clock A. M. precisely, in
front of the Old OwtorahouFc.
Atl that PLANTATION or TRACT OF I .A Ni)
known as "Traveller's Home,1' containing 1300
acres, more or loss, situate In St. Jamey Goose
Creek; butting and bounding north on !?nds
now or formerly of thc estate of William Turpin
and Frederick A. Ford, east on Lands now or late
of lohn Donnelly, Sr., and George Grcnoes, south
on thc old Burnt Tract and Lauds of the heirs of
James McCall and the heirs of Herbage, as set
forth in putt made by Daniel Shepperd, Surveyor,
and datod 1st March, 1837, and duly recorded In
Book C, No. 15, page nie, in thc oillce of Register
M etui c Conveyance, Charleston County.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years; credit portion to bc secured
by bond bearing seven per cent, interest, and
mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. B. W. M. MACK ET,
nov23 tu4 * S.C. C.
TJNDBR DBCREE IN EQUITY
H. MADAM HAIG vs. JOSEPH COHEN AND JA?
W!U bc Poid TniS DAY, thc 23d day of Novori
bcr, 1SS9, In front of thc Old Customhouse, at
ll o'clock A. M.,
All that WT OF M ND, with the three story
Brick Dwelling House thereon, situated on thc
cast side of Meeting street, in thc City of Charles?
ton, and Slate aforesaid, the said HOURC known
by thc number 20, and the said Lot rneasaring
and containing tn front on Mceilng street eighty
(SO) feet, more or less, by one hundred and thirty
seven (137) reel in depth on thc north line, and one
hundred and forty-six (if.) feel In depth on the
south Une; and butting and bounding to the north
on property now or late of John Magee, to the sooth
on Land now or late of Robert Smith, to the east
on Land now or late of Dr. Joseph Johnson, aud
to the weston Meeting street
Terms-One-third cash In gold coln of the trail?
ed sutes; thc balance on a credit of one and two
years In bond of the purchaser, pay able In gold
coln of the United State?, with Interest payable
semi-annnally in gold coln of the United States,
to be soc a red by mortage of the premises. Build?
ings to be Insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
K. W. M. MACKEY,
novas wftna_Sheriff ac.
" By BOWERS ft SILCOX,
NEAT AND WELL BUILT FIOUSI?.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 93d Instant, at ll
o'clock, io front of the Oki Poetornoe, corner
East Bay and Bread streets,
AU that LOT OP LAND, with thc Buildings
thereon, at the corner of Rutledge avenue and
Morris streets. The House contains four square
rooms,two attics, dressing room and pantry;
plazca on south side on a brick foundation, gas
throughout. Kitchen has two large rooms,
lathed and plastered. Lot measuring 84 feet on
front, and back Une 38 feet, by 110 feet deep, more
or less. On the Lot is a large grape arbor, Og
trees and flower garden.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one year, se
cured by bond and mortgage, with utterest at
seven percent., or from one to three years at ten
percent, interest. Purchaser to pay E. A H. for
all papers and sumps. aorta t hst a 3
By BOWERS & SILCOX.
HOURES AND VACANT LOTS-A
A BARR CHANGE FOR A GOOD INVEST?
MENT TO ANY ONE .WISHING TO
PURCHASE REAL ESTATE.
Will bc sold THIS DAY, November 23d, In front
of the Old Posiomce, corner of Bread and East
Bay streets, ai 11 o'clock,
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, vis:
TWO VACANT LOTS on Pino street, each mea?
suring forty feet OH front and back Uno, by nine?
ty-six feel deep, more or less.
Poor Houses and Lots on Ashton street, Nos. 2,
4, 0 and 6, each having four rooms, with a one
story kitchen. The roofs of the Houses are tiled;
each lot measuring 27 feet on thc front and back
line, by 38 feet deep, more or less.
One Vacant Lot, corner of Gannon and Ghin
querptn streets, 38 feet front by 100 feet deep.
One Vacant Lot on President street, west side,
measuring 39 feet front, aad 96 feet on the back
Une, Dy lie feet deep, more or leas.
House and Lot on President street, west side,
four doora sooth of Cannon street, 36 feet on thc ]
front, and 97 feet on the back Une, by 120 feet
deep, more or lem. Howe 24 feet wide, by 45 feet
long: four huge square rooms, with fine marble
mantel pieces, dressing room and pantry; on a
brick foundation three feet high, with doable
plassa, a Urge kitchen 1? by 39 feet, carriage
house and subies. The kitchen Is tiled; the shed
In front of kitchen dated; plazca tinned, with a
large cistern, which contains 10,000 gallons of |
water; with gas throughout the howe.
House and Lot, next north of the above, on
President street. Lot 18 feet on front and back
une, by 63 feet deep, more or lesa. Howe two sto?
ries high; has four rooms, three ure places. Roof j
and plaaaa tiled.
House and Lot, next north of the above. Lot
22 feet on front and back Une, by 03 feet deep,
more or lees. House two stories high, with four
rooms and three fire places.
One Vacant Lot, southwest cerner of Cannon
and President at recto, u feet on front and 21 feet
on the back Une, by 63 feet deep, more or leas.
Lot next west of the above, on Cannon street,
28 feet on front and back nae, by 65 feet deep, more
Lot next west of the above, on Cannon street,
26 feet on front and back Une, by C8 feet deep,
more or lesa.
Lot next west of the above, on Oas noa street,
corner of Hargraves Court, 31 feet? inches on
front and back Une, by 70 feet deep, more or leay.
Lot next south of Ute above, on Uargrave's
Court, 69 feet on Uargrave's Court, by 41 feat
deep, more or less.
Two Lot?, with Tenement goanna on f hom ; each
?ot contains 13 foci Iront on Cannon street, the
same on back lino, by 3d foot deep, more or lem.
Two Story House, with roof tiled and piaoxa
House and Lot on Uargrave's Oowrt, south of
thc BUOVe, 40 feot?n front and beck Hive, bv 36
feet deep, more or lesa (.louse hes 4 rooms,
tinned roof, with kitchen attached; pluaxa lo
house, and kRe-lied tiled.
llonse and Lot next south of thc above. Lot
contains 52 feet on front and back line, by ia feet
deep, moro or toss. House oaiy framed, ou a
Large. Lot on Cannon street, west of ttvc clim e
property, 30 foot front, by lia feet deep, more or
Thc Plats can bc seen at our olncc, No. sos King
street, and win lie exIUblted on day of sale.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay H. A S. far pa?
mirs and stamps. imv?3 li? that m)
yy i L L i s <fc c li i a O L M,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to the Purohase, Sale and SaHrmcrti
tu i Foreign and Domestic Portal of CHATON,
ItICK, LUMBBItand NAVAL STORE*.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charte?(Mt. B. c.
IC WtUM.A. R. Ultisnr.v.
\ 5? TS LIKE A C ll A R Al I
TUE CENUINE ENGLISH GULORODIXJK,
(J. COLLIS RUOWNH'S,)
ls tko best Anodyne ever known to He prorca
?Sou- To be bad Ot DH. IL RA3R,
neva Ka tai Sui tot ?trae!.
3lnctkm ?a\t*~~SM\* Ulan.
Bj JEFFORDS & CO.
FroRWRITKRS' SALK OF DAM?
AGED BACON AND ?RT SALTEA MEATS.
Will bc wild THIS DAT, 23d Inst., at half-past 9
o'clock, in front of our Stores, Moa. 17 and 19
e Mids. Bacon 8H00LDHR9.
3 hhds. C. R. Sides.
2 boxes Breakfast Bacon.
1 box Sugar-oared Shoulder?.
6 boxes Dry Salted Shoulders,
e boxes Dry Salted Sides.
Damaged on board steamer Prometheus on ber
voyage from Philadelphia to this port, and
sold on account of Underwriters and all con?
UNDERWRITER'S SALE OF GROCE?
RIES AND LIQUORS, AO, 8AVKD PROM
TUB LATR KIRK ON BAST BAT.
THIS DAT, the 23d uistant, will be sold In Store?
house, No. 3 AUantio Wharf, at ll o'clock,
A general assortment of 0R00BRIB8, Ac, saved
from the late fire on Bast Hay,
WHISKIES, Rora, Gin. Tlnegar, Piotr, Pota?
toes, Coffee, Tea, Soap, Starch, Herring?, Clothes
[.ines. Chocolate, Candles, Case Liquors, Black?
ing, Mackerel, Sardines, Sweet Oil, Beef. Should?
ers. Hams, Canned Goods, Salt Cheese, Brashes,
Conditions cash. ,_nov23
Bj JOHN G. HIIiNOK & 00.
HANDSOME BRUSSELS CARPET,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, NUBIAS, HOODS,
WOOL SHAWLS. FRKNCU MAD?
RAS HANDKERCHIEFS, DRT
COODS, CLOTHING, Ac
THIS DAV, tho 23d Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
soil at our Auction Salesrooms, No. 123 Meetlug
EKPHYR KNIT SHAWLS, Nnblas, Booda, In?
fant's Oap?, Plaid Wool Shawls, Bonlevard
Skirt*, Balmorals, New Style French Head Hand?
kerchiefs, Charleston Handkerchiefs, 6-1 Colored
Cloaking, Black Satinets, Printed Satinets, Brawn
and Oray Mittens, Cadet. Satinets, Black, Brown,
Gray and Blue Kentucky Jeana, White and Cray
Undershirts. White and Colored Shirts. Cray
Ribbed Jackets. Bloeand Brown Shirting, Stripe?,
Denims. Blue Plaids, Red, White and Gray Flan?
nel, Bcd Ticking, Llnseys.
An Invoice MKN'B HATS, Oap? and Clothing.
One Small Brussels Carpet, and piece Stair Car?
By GEO. W. STEFFENS,
No. 30 Vendue Range.
gUTTER, HAMS, SHOULDERS, Ac.
I will sell THIS DAT. at half-past 9 o'clock.
90 kegs and tubs BUTTER
wx> S. C. Hams
10 tierces Canvased nama
5 boxes New York S. C. Shoulder?
10 boxes New York 8. C. Strips
Codfish, Mackerel, Herrings, Floor, Oof
fee. Ac. Ac._nov23
Bj HENRY COBLA St CO.
JJ AMS, SUGAR AND CROCKERY.
THIS DAY, at hair-past 0 o'clocT, in front or our
store, will bc sold,
20 b?rrela Sugar
25 boxes Candi?.
A lot of assorted 0ROCKERY.
Conditions cash. _ nov25t
~Bj WARDLAW & CARBv?r
[TALUABLE SEA BLAND Cf/TTON
Will be sold THIS DAY, zvi instant, at ll A.M.,' '
In front er the Old Postofllcc,
That TALUABLB PLANTATION, known ae the
CAPES, situated on Jaiia's leland about eight
miles from the city.
This Plantation Is about, two and a half miles
from thc Steno River, and contai as about seven
hundred aereas, more or less; twa hundred and
forty of which arc cleared, and of excellent qual?
ity; having tho finest reputation for the produc?
tion of fine sea Island cotton and provisions.
Te rmi! made known on day of sate.
JJNDER DECREE Di EQUITY.
By vlrtuc-of an order of mle to rae directed, tn
the case of Stegling vs. Hicks, I will offer for sale
at Public Auction, at thc Old Posleflloc, foot of
Broad street, THIS DAT, thc 23d of Novem?
ber, i860, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OP LAND with the buildings there?
on, situate, lying and being on the south side of
Reid street,, in the City of Charleston, and known
by thc No. 6. Measuring and containing in front
on Reid street forty feet, and in depth one hun?
dred and twenty-five feet, be the same more or
less; butting and bounding north by Reid street,
south and west by lands now or late of C. H.
Stevens, and east by lands now or Ute of C. II
AU that LOT OP LAND with the buildings there?
on, situate, Iring and being on Calhoun street,
(south side,) in the City of Cm? leaton, su to afore?
said. Measuring ia fruit on. said street thirty
four (34) feet, more or less, and in depth one hun?
dred and six (106) foot, more or ices; batting and
bounding to tito east on lands now or late of Paul
Rattail, to thc west on lands af J. T. Elsworth, to
the north on Calhoun KU oct, and to the south on
lands now or late of Henry Ilorlbocfc.
Terms-One-third cash, and thc residue on a
credit of one and two yearn, with, interest from
the day of salo payable semi-annually, ?eonred
by bond or bonds of the pnrchascr or purchasers
and mortgage or thc premises. Tho buildings to
bc Insured and thc policies nsslgacd. Purchaser
to pey fur sump? and papers.
.WM. J. OA Y KR,
nov23m3tnl Special Referee.
Statiion Sales--iFuinrc ?Dans.
Bj WM. MCKAY.
FURNITURE Ol? A FAMILY-BED
. DINO, BLANKETS, SHEETS, Ac.
On WEDNESDAY, 24th Instant, at No. lie Meeting
Auction Sale or DRY GOODS and Paney Arti?
cles THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
Bj HUTSO? LBE,
-yALUABLE RICE PLANTATION.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by
the Hon. George & Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina, wui be offered for sale at public aue- j
Mon, at the Old Pas to ni oe, foot of Broad street,
on TUESDAY, November 30th, 1869, alli o'otock
AB that PLANTATION OR TRACT OP LAND, ia
the Parish of St. Thomas and St. Denis, on the j
eastern branch of the T of Oooper River, known
as The Hagan, containing one thousand roar hun?
dred and eighteen acres, a large portion of which
is ender cultivation-the whole forming ono of |
the most desirable Rice Plantations ta the State
Terms- One-third cash; balance lu two equal
annual Instalments, secured by hoad or purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps.
nov9 tnltu7_ LOUIS McLAIN, Assignee
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, FOR TUB DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-IM TH? KATfBA OP Vf.
W. 21ARLLKK, RANKKUPT
Pnroaan t to an order o? rite Honorable Judge
Bryan, In the above oasc, I will ?ell on tho first
TU Ri DA Y in December next, at Marion Court
hm?e, the foUowliig prope.riv:
A TRA OT Ol' LAND, on the nirtfi tilde of Lit?
tle Peedee River, containing er.3 acra*, mere or
les;*, conveyed io Bankrupt by the Sb;.i:r of Ma?
non District, and recorded In Look P m tue Kc
trislcr's Otlloc for Mnrl.>u Dim rio?: bounded there
by Lands of U.IVKI Page, John P. Page aad others,,
hoing the Lands na willoh Janici R. Page now
One-half interest In the nnlmprovod Loin of
Laud in Marion Village, Marlon County, cunuin
luzouoh ttve-tenths (or.) of au acre; bouaded
!-y Lots of w. j. Dhikaon, Joan AurmooH (now
S. 8. Stanly's) aun others, situated near the De?
pot of inc Wiimi/i-tou and Manchester Railroad,
marked UUA. IO, n and ld In a plat of said viliape,
ma le by Deputy Surveyor Levi Ui'Jet?e, dated
February, 1867, ?UKI Loin ooaveyixl to j. j. Hart
lee and W. W. Harilee hy C. D. Evans, Commis?
sioner 1:1 Equity, A plat of theac L*u caa be
seen mi application to the Assignee.
A lot and Ooloo in Marlon Village, fronting
casi on the public se?are; bounded on ii>c nnrtii
by Lot 01 8. K. Mcgillan, nnd t-ott-h by H. Baum'8
Lot. and 0*1 the wast by street. Tin-. Lot to be
.sold at the ris* of the former purehaaers.
TXirmH-Ouc-fourth (H)eoah; hulaneetm acr&'lt <
ot oac Had two years; perchasen! to nive tn md
with interest from day <K' cale, pay .(Wt: annually,
Meeurotl by a mortgage of (he pri'mlsc*, utid lo
pay for ml necessary poper." and stamp*.
novio to.'J A. H. PORI), Assignee,
gUPERlOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufacturai and ter salo by
Dr. H. BAKU,
octa Na Kfl Meeting stree..
eliott 0a IM--Jalare Hags.
Bj A. C. MCRILIJTEAT,
"IJNDER DECREE Di EQUITY.
PEANCIS SIRES TB. DAKBiBr PHILLIPS HT AL.
will be Mid on TUESDAY, 30th November instant,
In front of thc Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock
All that bOT OP LAND, witk tke buildings there?
on, situate, lying and being In Marion street. In
Ward No. 6, in the City af Charleston, measuring
and containing forty-five' feet front on Marion
street, by one kondred feet in depth, be the same
mere or less; butting and bounding north by
Marion street, east by Land or H. R Stone, south
by Laad of Charles Beckman, and west by Land
of C. C. Trnrnbo, thc said Lot being known in a
Burvcy of Marion street, Dy K. lt. Payne, Survey?
or, as No. IR and a part of No. 17.
Terms-One-third cask; balance on a credit of
one and two years, secured by bond, with Interest
at thc rate of seven per cent, per annum, payable
annually, and mortgage or the premises. The
buildings te be insured and the policy assigned.
Purchaser to ray for papers and stamps.
n?v9 tn4 B. W. M. MACKBY. 8.C.O,
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
IJNDERDBCBEE IN EQUITY.
ANNA K. KABLE TB. JULIA BAULK, BT AL.
Will bc sold on TD USDA Y, the 30th day of Novcm
bcrjnalant, in front of tko Old Customhouse, at
ll o'clock, in thc forenoon,
All those TWO LOTS OP LAND, with tho band?
ings thereon, situate on thc west side of Anson
street, in Charleston, measuring in thc whole in
front 65 feel, and on the rear 69 feet, by 183 feet
In depth on tho south line, and ?04 feet on thc
north line; hounding north on lands of John
Manhburn lind Lots 3 and 4, west on Lot 6, and
south on lands of sundry piersons, according to
plat of survey ruado hy diario? Parker, City Sur?
veyor, dated 1st February, 1854-on whick plat
said Lotti or I Ami arc designated by Ute Nos. l
All tkat Lot of Land situate south aide of CM
noun street, measuring In Trout 40 feet ea td on the j
rear 50 reet by 199 reel in depth on tko cast, and
20? feet, more or less, on thc wen linc, designated
m plat above mentioned by Ute No. 3.
All that Lot of Land situate on thc south side of
Cuili ou n street, In thc City or (litar len ton, measur?
ing in front and rear 43 by 202 feet in depth on
thc cast linc and 205 feet oh went linc, designated
on above mentioned plat by thc No. 4.
All that Lot of I And situate sonth sklc Calhoun
struct, measuring In trout and rear 43 reet by 203
feet In depth on tho east Une, and 203 feet 6
Inches on west line, designated by tho No. ft.
AU that Lot o/ Land situate sooth side of Cal?
houn street, measuring in froni40 feet 6 monea, rn
thc rear VA feet, by 263 feet 6 inches in depth on
the cast hoc, and 217 reet on the west, line, desig?
nated on thc above plat by the No. e.
All that Lot oT Land situate on thc south side of
Calhoun street, measuring In front 36 feet, and In
rear 36 feet Cinches, by 217 feet 6 tuches on thc
east line and 218 feet on the west linc, known in
above plat as No. 8.
AU that Lot on the sonth side of Calhoun street,
measuring 36 feet, in the rear 36 feet by 218 fcotln
depth on the east and 219 feet on thc west line,
and designated in said plat by the No. 9. (The
Lots Nos. 8 and 9 arc within one enclosure.)
All that Lot of Land, in the County of Green?
ville, about one mile from Greenville Courthouse,
In the street east of, and parallel to, Pendleton
Road, beginning at a stake three X back of lot
sold to s. rt. o .uland, oh a street 60 feet wide, and
runs thence with said street north 10, cast 400
feet to a stake 3 X. thence nor: h 74, wost 600 feet
lo a Htakc on a linc of a tract of laud belonging
to tho estate or M. Mc?ee, deceased, thence
with line or said traci south IO, w.-. t. ino foci to a
tract CO feet wide, thence along said sired soulli
74, catt itoo foct to the beginning.
All thal Traci or Land, about three miles from
Greenville Courthouse, on tho right hand side or
thc Pendleton Hoad, oonUtining 109 acres, fully
described In u plat by John Watson, Surveyor,
dated 4th December, I860.
All thai I .OL or Land, on Oovc street, Sulli?
Terms-one-third cash; balaooo on a creditor
one and two years, to be secured by bond or
bonds bearing interest, payable annually, and
mortgage of the premises; buildings to he insur?
ed and policies assigned, Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps.
BOV9tu4_K. W. M. MACK HT, S> 0. C.
A. C. Me?ILlJ VriAY,
?JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
HANNAH ENSTON VS. JAMES K. WALKKR.
Will be sold OB TUESDAY, the 7th day or Decem?
ber, 1869. tn front of the Old Customhouse,
at ll o'clock A. M. precisely.
All that certain LOT OP LAND, with thc Build?
ings thereon, situate (known by the No. 133,} on
the west side of Meeting street, In the City of
Charleston, measuring and containing in front on
Meeting street 23 feet six inches, nore or less,
and In depth from east to west, 144 feet, bc the
same more or less; butting and bounding east on
Meeting street, to thc west and north on Lands or
James E. Walker, and to the south on Land of
Robert S. Miller.
All that certain LOT OP LAND, with the Build?
ings thereon, next north ami adjoining thc Lot
above described, situate on the westside or Meet?
ing street. Ward No. 4, and known by the No. 133,
measuring and containing in Iront on Meeting
street 19 reet, more or toss, on the north linc from
casi to west 95 feel, then running from south to
north 21 feet 3 inches, then on tue north linc 49
feet, on the west line 40 feet 3 lu elie.", and on the
south line 14-1 feet, be ike same more or less; but?
ting and bounding cast on Meeting street, to thc
south and west or Louds and James B. Walker,
and to the north on Land or the Estate af Walker
and K. Adams.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit ot
one, two, three and four years, in bonds bearing
Interest, payable semi-annually, to bc secured by
mortage of the premises sold. Buildings lobe In?
sured and policy assigned. Buildings to bc kept
insured until bonds arc paid and mortgages salia
Ucd, E. W. M. M Adi BY.
_ijovis tu* ac. a
By A. C McGILUYRAf,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
MARLI DALY V8. BOKURT MoOARRBLL.
Will bc sold OB TUESDAY, the Oflth day of Novem?
ber Instant, in front of thc Oki Customhouse, al
ll o'clock A. M. precisely,
All that LOT OK LAND with thc Buildings there?
on, situate north side of Trodd street, tn tho City
or Charleston, and known by the No. 44, measur?
ing and containing In Iront on Tr add street 29
reet, more or less, and in depth from south to
north one hundred reet six indies, more or less;
butting and bounding north on Land now or Late
or Munroe, east on Land now or late or P. H. Long,
west on Land now or late or Charles Love.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in bond or bonds
bearing interest, payable semi-annually, until the
principal ls paid, secured hy mortgage of the
premises. Buildings to be Insured lu some com?
pany approved by me, and the policy assigned.
Thc insurance to be continued until the bonds ore
nov9 tu4 E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
I will offer for sale, for cash, at tke late residence
of W. B. Dowling, deceased, one and a half
miles from Bamberg, on WEDNESDAY, 14th of
AU the RBAL BBTATB of thc said deceased, as
LOT No. 1, known as the "Simpson Lot," and
all thc bouses and improvements thereon, situat?
ed at Graham's Turnout, and containing one
acre, more or less, fronting Railroad avenue, and
adjoining Lands of A. U. Bice.
Lot No. 2, lying at Graham's Turnout, on whieb
G. W. Neely now residen, containing eighteen and
a hair acres, more or less, and bounded as follow:-.:
By the South Carolina Railroad Company and
1 ?unis or Daniel Guess, and a Lot of Dr. Hanherrj.
Lot No. 3. upon womb .lohn rt. Small now re?
sides, lying at OrahauTs Turnout and well im?
proved, oontabling one nore, more or k*s, bosud
ed by the Public .'toa-! leading Irani Graham's
Turnout le Spriugtowa, on tba cast s?ic of H?:I<!
rood one hundred and eighteen foci; on the sooth
by thc liapiitii Church, ono hutidrod an J Oft-y roos
two hielte?: on the run Ut ny Lands of IL IL luce;
OB :bc east by Lands of ll. )'.. Rice. Said Lat was
so?l t>y II. IL I.:.*: LO Tnpjiai J. Cotia:?.
.Iii:. That valuable PLANTATION, known ts
thc "divot Piece,1' containing seven bnurtreduinl
nfty ?lens, more or leas, bountied on Ute north hy
Kdtsio River, ou the east and sou th by Martha
iielgler, on the wes: b. Harawe?,
Mn. The OLD PLAUE, n.-ar Graham's Turn ont,
containing seven hundred aerea, more cr less,
anti bounded uori.li by C. C Cooper and H. H.
?lice; south by Hamilton Martin; west by Mrs.
Kemp and G. V/. Tumor, and east hy Madison
l will asi? sell, on th? sante day, at the Uiver
Pour good HOLES.
?ix hundred intuit..s of Oom.
Hix thousand pouiiJj good Puddar, Peas and
One Wagen, Plan lotion Tools, and ?thor arti?
cles not mentioned.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papara and
All persons rodea tod to th;: above BstatP, ?.re re?
quested to ?y>:'>c forward and otako imm?diate
pul meal to tho undersigned.
.!. K. PB UK,
nov9 tu3 Qualified HU'jn'or.
gllAMP?OLNG AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AKD GUILD RB*
Attended at their nwldjnces pumiptly and at
Scud ard*rs M
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprio.4 Ka. si Bread street, rup s.a:- j.)
fcnrtion Sales-Jatnre War-s.
j By W. T. LEITCH * R. 8. BRUNS,
HOUSE No. 290 MEETING STREET,
ONB BOOB SOUTH OF COLUMBUS
mil be ?old at Anction. OD THURSDAY, 35th in?
stant, at thc OM Postornce, at ll o'clock,
That desirable thrco storr WOODEN DWKLL
INO on cast side or Meeting street, No. 290. The
House contains six rooms, pantry and dressing
room, wau doable piazzas. Oa the Lot is a cis?
tern, well, kitchen and stable. Lilt mcasnrcs 44
by 146 feet, more or lesa.
Terms-One-third eash; balance In one, two and
three years, with Interest at 10 per cent per an?
num, Hccured by bond and mortgage of the prop?
erty; to be Insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps and propor?
tion af State taxes BOW accruing. nov23
1?J~W. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BRUNS,
DER DECREE IN EQUITY.
PBTERMAN A KNBB, EXECUTORS DIBRSSBN,
rs. SCHWING, ADMINISTRATOR, ET AL. ,
On TUESDAY, the 14th December next, at ll
o'clock A. M., win be sold In Iront o? the Old
All that LOT OP LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, sltuato at the southeast corner of Coming and
Morris streets, in this city, known ia a survey of
thc Morrls.Landsby R. K. Payne. Surveyor, by the
No. 1; measuring in front on Coming-street 31
feet, by Ul feet tn depth more or less. Bounding
north on Morris street; east on Ixit No. 6;south on
Let No. 2, and west on Coming street.
That other LOT OP LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on Coming street, In Ward No. 6,
.?nd known In the aforesaid survey by thc No. 2;
measuring in front on Coming street 38 feet, by
ill feet In depth. Bounding north o.i Lot No. 1;
cast on Ixit No. - ; south on Lot No. 3 of said plan
of survey, and weston Coming street.
Terms-One fourth cash; balance In four equal
successive annual instalments, with Interest from
thc day of Hale al 7 per cent, per year, payable an?
imally, secured by thc bond or bonds of the pur?
chaser. Buildings to be insured and policy as?
signed. JAMES W. GRAY,
nov23 mltu4 Special Referee.
Bj J. ft W. KNOX.
FARM AND STOCK. ON SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND, SITUATED ABOUT ONE
QUARTER MILK ABOVE TUE
SITE Ol' THE MOULTRIE
On TUUR8DAT, thc ar.tii instant, will be sold, tn
front of the Old Postottlce, at ll o'clock A. M.
A FARM, the property of Mr. Henry Dunohoe,
containing sevea acres, under good cultivation,
and eucloeed by a good picket fence; also, a com?
fortable Dwelling and outhouses attached, and a
good well ef water. Bounded north by back
beach, sontli by frost beach, cast by Lot of Mr.
Powers, and west by Mr. Bruggemaa.
On the FARM, on SATURDAY, 27th Instant, at
All the STOCK, comprising one Brood Mare, two
Colts, three Milch Cows, two Hogs, Poultry, Pann?
ing implements, Ac.
Coat leaves for the Island Saturday moraine
at io o'clock, returning at 4 o'clock P. M.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. nov23 tut h2
Bj SETH SPENCER.
RAVENEL TOWN LOTS, WTTUOUT
on WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at ll o'clock
A. rt, at Hie Old Postoincc, will be sohl,
One Hundred and twenty-four (124) HALF
ACRE LOTS, in thc Town ot RavenoC on Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad, about IS mite? from
Charleston. This Ls un excellent stand for coun?
try stores. Thc land is well wooded with oak and
I Inc timber, and the health of thc place Ls con?
sidered good. Woo.) can be freighted at $1 per
Terms cash. A plat to be seen at No. 1 Stete
street. nov20 stnw:i*
~Bf\ykim?w ? CAREW.
TTALUABLB BUILDING LOTSJ
Will bo sold in front of the Old PostoUlce, foot of
Broad street, at ll o'clock A. M., on TUESDAY,
thc 7th December next.
Three LOTS on Hast Bay, directly opposite the
new Cue to m house, and two Lots on Market
street, ia the rear of the above.
This property is of great present and prospec?
tive value, being situated In thc most largely fre?
quented thoroughfare of the city, with the Market
on one side and thc Customhouse lu front* and is
a meet admirable point for the erection of stores
The Lots will be sold at public ontery at the
time specHled, unless previously disposed of at
private sale, and may be treated for as a whole
until the 7th of December, on application to
WARDLAW A CAREW, who will furnish all in?
formation as to dimensions, Ac.
Terms made known on day of sale. Purchasers
to pay W. A C. for papers.
novI3 stun tnttiKs
By virtue of a decree of thc Court of Common
Picas, for the Ponrth Circuit or tho State of
South Carolina, sitting in Equity In the case of
Morris K. Jeaup. et at, vs. thc Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, cl al, will be
sold at Public Amnion, at thc door of the court?
house In Wilmington, in the state of North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
Mil dav of January, 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which Iles within thc
State of South Carolina, with all thc ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots. Workshops, Materi?
als, nnd everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all thc rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as set forth and more particu?
larly described in the several mortgages men?
tioned In thc proceedings.
'lite terms of the sale are cash; the bonds nf thc
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
in Hie report of thc special referee, and tiled in
the case, to bc accepted from the purchaser pro
rata aa pari payment lu thc order of priority CH
tabhshod by thc report; provided that the same
rateable proportion of cash bc paid in for thc
other bonds of tho same grade or priority not lu
thc hands of the purchaser: and provided, also,
that sufficient cash bc paid ia to cover costs,
charges and expenses of sale; the purchaser also
to pay for papera W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, letti November, 186U
Hy virtue of a docroc of the Court, 0f Equity of
the County of New Hanover, of the State of
North Carolina, In thc case of Morris K. Jesnp,
ct al, VB. the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company, et ai, Michael Cranley, Commis?
sioner, daly appointed by the Court, wUi sell at
Public Anction, at the door of the Courthouse,
in Wilmington, in the State of North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the 6th
day of January. 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND MAN?
CH ESTER RAILROAD which Hes within the State
of North Carolina, with all the rolling stock, equip?
ments, depots, -workshops, materials and every?
thing thereunto pertaining, together with aU the
rights, privileges, franchises and appurtenances,
as set forth and more particularly described in
the several mortgages mentioned in the pro?
Terms of sale are cash.
Thc bonds of thc said Company, secured by the
three first mortgages, to wit: The mortgage to
Rdward Sandford, dated May 1,1861; the second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March l,
1863, and the mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated the 12th of April, 1865, Mutt! lie accepted In
ii.il as part payment, aocordine to the priority of
said mortgages; and the bonds of the said Com?
pany, secured by thc mortgage to the said Morris
K. Je-suj), snail bc accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment la the ordor of priority established in said
mortgage. M. CRONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington, N.C. novia tufi?wi
ftneticneers' private Sales, &t.
By J. FRASER KATURWE&
-J^ICH AND PROVISION PLANTATION.
AL Private Sato
That vaiuaMa RICE AND PROVISION PLAN?
TATION, cthed Bom icy, situated af. Sonth Kerry,
on the Saaicc River, containing ISM aerea-wu
cleared and ander boah, aw high land, ?7 clear
rd, wilaiice wotl Umbered wita cypress, un*, Ac
The Hatitation ls now under cultivation, to weil
nettled with Dwelling, burns and negro h?r..?;*,
.md known aa one of thc beat places on liic river,
For terms, n;.p?y to
J. PHASER MATTI SWES,
Ria! Batata Agent, No. M Broad sireot.
oe'"!) rti? _ _ _
' ' ?j LOUIS D. DeSA?.-t??J BR.
LOT OK LAND ON BROAD, LOGAN
.Hie LOT Ol' LAND, sltmVc at thc owner of Urce
streets, viz: Brood, Log m sud Kew streets,
measuring ?9 feet "ti Broad Street, northwest Oil
Nc? street i ?i reel southwest on Dunbar Pautta
Lot W fcot. aad na Logan sr.-jet 130feet,
For terns apply us above, at rio. Broad
stieoL novio rnM
1 L L I A M M. LAW Tu N
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. W BOYCR's WBABF.
Extra neavy Sea Island HAGGING AND TWINE
for nie. Advances mad? on Produce ia hand,
JJUrtkmeers' fhnoate ?olw, &t.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
LARGE AND VALUABLE BICE
PLANTATIONS ON NORTH 8ANTRB
RIVER, AT TUB BEST PITCH
OP THE TI DB.
At Private Sale
Thc valuable RICE PLANTATIONS on Ncrth
Eantce River, Georgetown District, known as
"Mllldam," "Newland" ar.d "Bluff Main." eon
tainlng, together, 1073 sci es of Land, of whi?h 660
acres arc tide swamr- ?.and, about 300 Ueing now"
under cultivation in'rice and thc balance in good
order; iM?rp are 523 acres of high Land, of which
60 or 70 are cleared provision Land, capable of
producing 40 bushels of corn to the acre.
On "Mindara" Plantation is a good dwelling
house,, two large barns, a mill and one of the
largest and best negro settlements on North San-.
tee. On "Newland" and "Biurr Main" are also a
On these Plantations there is a resident farce of
Seventy Laborers, and houses sufficient for ever
Tho sit uation of this estate, lying aa lt does
above thc salt water and below yie freshet landa,
has always been considered among the safest on
Santee, and during the long period they have
been cultivated, there ls no instance on record sf
thc lose of a crop. When cultivated previous to
the war, they were capable of producing over??
bushels of rice to the acre, and the crops averag?
ed from 10,000 to 22,000 bushels of rice sent to
For further particulars, apply as above, at No.
23 Broad street. novio tuthsO
~^jLO?13 D. DeSAUSSUBE.
jp LANTATION NEAB OAELESTON.
Por Rent orHale- ,
The PLANTATION (formerly the residence of
Hr. Craft?) Immediately adjacent to Charleston
bridge Perry on Annley River, opposite and with?
in a mile of the city. On it are geed houses for
the accommodation of fifteen or twenty workers,
and a stable. The tract contains about soo acres,
. of which 100 to 160 acres are cleared Land. The
place has produced flue Sea Island Cotton; a large
portion of the Land lias been highly manur?
ed and cultivated in vegetables since the war,
and could now be profitably planted In Cotton.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
Bj LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSUBE.
ESTATE SALB-PLANTATION IN ST.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, belonging to Estate
Wilkes, In St. Andrew's Parish, about five mites
from charleston, on the Steno River, opposite to
Joan's Island, and on the Savannah & Charleston.
Railroad and main road. The tract contains
about 076 acres of Land, about 736 of which are
high Land, the balance marsh Land. About 400
acree of the Land are cleared aud adapted to the
culture of cotton and provisions, and anent 31 to
rice. Bxcellent crops of cotton have been made
upon the place for years.
For parUoalarsAupply at No. 23 Broad street.
novio tufo_? _
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
ABARONY OP TWELVE THOUSAND
BIGHT HONORED (12,800) ACRES
At Private Sole
The BARONY or TRACT OF LAND, about 27
miles from Charleston and 23 from Mount Pleas?
ant, on thc Georgetown rood, Charleston District,
oo the waten? of Awendaw creek, containing, ac?
cord.tig to thc plat of John Fenwick, Surveyor,
made in 1772, twelve thousand eight hundred
acres of Land, being an original barony granted
to Sir Nathaniel Johnson.
On the tract is s large body of woods, and there
is a bold navigable orcek, with several landings.
There are a Dwelling House, barn and segre
bootes on the place.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
Hy LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSUBE.
ESTATE SALE-EESIDENCE ON MEET
At Privato Sale
The three-story BRICK RBSIDSNOB, No. S3
Meeting street, containing ten rooms, pantry,,
double piazzas, cistern. Ac, with brick kitchen,
carriage house and stable. Tho premises have re?
cently boen repaired. Thc Lot measures about 43
feet front, 211 feet deep, and Ut feet on the back
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street,
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
JJESIDENCE ON RUTLEDGE AVENUE.
At Private Sale
The BRICK, RESIDENCE, No. 60 Rutledge ave?
nue, recessed from thc street seventy-five feet,
containing six rooms l&x by 10X feet, throe rooms
14 by 12K feet, double piazzas, ga?, cistern and
wen, brick kitchen, ?c. Lot measures 60 feet
front by 260 feet deep; on the Lot are flower gar?
den, fruit trees, figs, grapes, kc
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
gMALL EESIDENCE ON SOUTH BAY.
At Private Sale
Tue WOODEN RESIDENCE, on South Bay Bat?
tery, a few doors west of Meeting street, con?
taining four upright and two garret rooms,
doublo piazzas, kitchen, kc. Lot measures 21
feet front, with thc right of way through a
passage of 0 feet, common to this and the ad?
joining tenement, and in depth 105 feet, more ot
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street,
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
BRICK EESIDENCE IN HASEL
Thc desirable three story BRICK RESIDENCE,
on high basement, situ?t?; on tho sooth side ot
Hasel street, between Meeting and Anson streets,
containing eight rooms, pantry, dressing room
and two piazzas, extensive orick kitchen, car?
riage house and stable. The Lot measures 60
feet front, by 190 feet deep, more or leas.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
2JESIDENCE ON SOUTH BAY.
The three story WOODEN RESIDENCE, Bria!
Basement, No. 28 South Bay, a few doors wests
King street, containing six rooms, one pantry,
dressing room, two piazzas; atrached is a brick
kitchen. Lot 50 feet front, by 100 feet deep.
Adjoining thc above on Lamb?n street, twa
two story BUILDINGS, one containing four rooms,
the other two rooms. Lot measures 60 iront, by
160 feet deep.
Thc two Lots together run from street tc street.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOU IS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
LOT ON SOUTH SIDE VENDUE
At Private Sale
The LOT, with thc burnt building thereon, situ?
ate on thc south side of Vendue Range, near East
Bay street, measuring 20 feet frout, by 46 feet
Apply ns above at No. 23 Broad street.
novio taft _ _
~ By LOUIS IL~DaSAUSSUBS.
J^ESIDENCE IN CHARLOTTE STREET.
AI Private Sale
The Wooden EESIDENCE on brick basement,
on ti e north side of Charlotte street, known by
the No. 22, containing six upright, two garret,
one dressing rooms, two pantri-n, private stair?
way, two piazza.?, elstern, eas, Ac On the prem
[sesare cu exociWit K?chen, a caviage house
sad stonie. The Lot measarja so feet iront by240
AppJ/ as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSORK.
Ci TOBE ON EAST BAY STREET.
AI Private Sale?
rno THRBH STORY TRICK STORE, on East
Bay street, ;.t the southeast corner of Cordes
Arcot, (which was occupied for near a quarter of
a century br one of our most successful mer?
chants, the late Mr..8raith Mown, Jr.) The Lot
measures a foot from b t eo feet deep.
This prnucrty is o:ic of the most central oa Bast
":>y for boldness.
Apply us above, at No. 23 Broad street,
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
HATNB BTEEST~8T0RE RUNNING
TH ROUGH TO MARKET STREBT.
For Sale or Rcnf
The B'tICK STO"." on theaonth ?Woof nayne
"tnsit, ep^imiro the Charleston Hotof, now occu?
pied by Mr. John Daly, monsurine 25 feet on
Ha.vne NtTHet, 13 feet an Market street, and 197
reel In depth.
These premises are ad m I raw v located for the
wholesale fade, snrt will **M .." ""?third
cosh, the balance In one, two and three years.
Apply as above, at No. 28 Broad street,