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Meeting? Tbl? Da j".
Laadmark Lodge, at 7- P. M.
St. Andrew's Society, at 2 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at ULs
store, toys and other Christmas goods.
Leitch A Bruns wUI sell at ll o'clock, at the Old
Postemos, houses, building lots, Ac.
A. 0. McGllllvray will sell for thc Sheriff, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce, real eststc.
Hutson Lee will sell at ll o'clock, at the Old
Postofflce, a rice plantation.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will soil at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postofflce, building lots.
R. * A. P. Caldwell will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, bacon. lard, Ac
Henry Cobla A Co., will sell at ha f-past 9
o'clock, at their store, hams, sugar, Ac.
G. w. Steffens will sell at half-past 9 i 'clock, at
his store, batter, lard, Ac.
Laarey Jr Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock, at
.their store, sugar, mackerel, Ac.
John O. Milner A Co. will Bell t.t 10 o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, ladles' cloaks, Ac.
TUB BASK OP CHARLESTON is prepared to
redeem her bills on presentation to the office No.
10 Broad street.
COORT OP GENERAL SESSIONS.-In consc?
ience of thc continued Illness of Judgo Carpen?
ter, the court was adjourned until Wednesday,
tkf 1st of December. Judge Carpenter Ls out, but
too weak to warrant an immediate resumption of
his judicial duties.
HOLMKS' LTCKUH.-Ar. Interesting and in?
structive lecture will be delivered this evening at
the Lyceum, by Professor L olmos, on the subject
"Around the World." The binoptric lantern and
drummond lights form an Important feature in
the entertainment, and cloud-capped towers,
gorgeous temples, and other architectural and
natural wonders of the great globe will be ex?
Sr. ANDREW'S HALL.-It is to be hoped that
the St. Andrew's Society, which holds Its anni?
versary meet inp to-day, will jobi in the work of
renovating our city, so far as to take steps for
the early reconstruction of its halL The walls or
the min are as strong as ever, and we are as
cored by- weB-wishers of the society that there
need be no lack of funds to place the building in
the sante condition as in 1800.
THE LAST OF THE WHALE.-The grampus
er whale, as it was commonly termed, remained on
exhibition at the If illtary Hau yesterday, but lt
waa evident the huge carcass was going the way
of all flesh; and notwithstanding the exhilarating
effect of a boquet in the blow-hole and ice in the
meath, there wu a taint or corruption In the air.
Tte exhibition was a profitable speculation for
the lucky fishermen ; but If the monster ls not soon
removed or tried out for his ell, he will become a
trial to the neighborhood aad his captors.
SOMETHING STRANGE.-We call the attention
of the Radicals, who have been so eager to give
the voting privilege to the colored population, to
the following curious facts which the registration
of ?leo, in Augusta, has Just-revealed: In Angos?
ta in 1868 there were registered 1912'whites
and 1867 blacks, whilst in the same town there
were registered, in 1809, loos whites and 63 blacks,
showing a falling off of the whites In 1869, com?
pared with 1863, of 904; of the blacks for the same
period of 1804, a total decrease In the city vote of
MES.- This decline in registered voters, among
the blscks, must be owing to one of two causes:
either they have been so often hocossed by their so
hailed Radical friends that they are at last deter?
mined to break off every connection with them,
ar else they so highly appreciate the privilege con?
ferred on them that they do not think it worth
She registration fee of even one dollar.
THE LONGSHOREMEN'S OTATIOE TO T. J. MAO?
IST.-The Longshoremen's Protective Union,
numbering about two hundred colored men, and
headed bj a band of music, passed through the
principal streets, yesterday, on their way to the
South Carolina Railroad Depot to moat their dele?
gation to the Labor Convention. A white banner,
hearing the name of the onion and the figures of
a cotton bale and Jackscrew, was carried by a
white ?aaa, and a United States flag was borne by
* negro. When the procession was en route for
tbs depot, there were oui j two white men In the
ranks, bot on their return the number had in?
creased to seven. Two open carriages brought
op the rear of the Une, in the first of which were
T. J. Mackey and three colored men. The second
carriage contained J. G. Mackey, Harbormaster
Stoddard, Stevedore Smith and one colored man.
After passing down King and through Market to
Meeting street, the procession proceeded to the
Military Hall, where congratulatory addresses
we?e made and the delegates welcomed home. T.
7. Mackey, who holds tire position of solicitor to
the Longshoremen's Union, and is president of
the Union League, was the bon of the occasion,
and, after the pow-wow at the Military Hall, was
escorted to his house.
CRUMBS.-Huge fences are- being erected In
various portions of the city, and gigantic posters
will emblazon the fame of the Academy of Music
and tts debutantes. The street advertising ls con?
ducted literally on the principle that all who run
The City Sheriff ls preparing a hst of all unpaid
tax executions for publication.
The derk ot the market has the plans and speci?
fications for the offices of weights and measures
and is ready to receive proposals for building the
Sam Jefferson was arrested yesterday for bur?
glary on Mr. Gregg's plantation, on Seabrook's
A freight trabt on the Northeastern Railroad
Btet with an accident yesterday, by which three
oars were deposited in the ditch.
A difficulty occurred at the Postofflce yesterday
afternoon, daring the delivery of the mail, between
a white policemen and one of the crowd. Blows
were passed, and there was an apprehension that
the glasses to the boxes would be broken, bat
peace was restored without damage to the sur?
Mr. Cud worth, the express messenger, who
waa Injured by the late accident on the Seuth
Carolina Railroad, ls much better, though he will
he confined to his bed for some time.
An itinerant vender of an adhesive cement is
the>oentre of attraction in the neighborhood of
THE RECENT HOMICIDE-VERDICT OP THE
CORONER'S JURY.-The coroner's jury, in the case
of Jim Balley, who died from injuries received
near the Six-mile House, on the 20th Instant, was
convened at 10 A. M. yesterday. Isaac White, a
colored man, who was known to have been in the
company of the deceased at a late hour on the
evening preceding his death, had been arrested
?o suspicion; but nothing could be proved
against bim, and he was successfully defended j
by H. W. Sohroder, Esq. Numerous witnesses
were examined, and the whole testimony proved
that aboat io o'clock on the evening of
the 80th mst.. Balley had gone to Mupus'
store, near the Sixmlle House, to pur?
chase supplies, and had not returned. Search
was made for bim about daylight, and he was
round lying near the railroad track with a Urge
wound In the back of his head. One witness tes?
tified that he had heard loud talking and pistol
shots daring the night, but took no notice of lt,
as lt was a common occurrence. Baliey was re?
moved to Captain Myers' house, and thence to
the Roper Hospital, where he' died. The wound
was at first supposed to be & gunshot, but was
subsequently conceded to be caused by a blow or
a fall The witnesses were examined at some
length, bnt railed to attach tho onus of thc deed
on any one, and the jury rendered a verdict
"that the deceased came to his death (rom in?
juries received on his head in some mai.ner un
knSwn to the jury, together with the exposure to
the cold weather on Saturday, the 20th instant."
The jury were au white.
POSTPONEMENT OF INSTALLATION BBBVIOES.
Tho installation of the Rev. W. W. Hicks, D. D.,
as associate pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church,
which was announced to take place on Sunday
next, has be^n unavoidably postponed in conse?
quence of the absence of one of thc clergy who
was expected to o?llciato on tha-. occasion. Dr.
Hicks will tow be installed on tho fir?t Sunday In
AKKIVAL ot? IMMIOIIANTS.-Mr. W. J. Pea
low, whs wa3 some lime ago appointed one of
tue immigration agents of thc State, and who, for
rauny mouths past, has b;cn diligently al work
ia the North of Europe to tura a portion of the
tide 01* immigration towards South Carolina, ar?
rived In the city yesterday from Malmo, Sweden,
bringing with him twenty-six Swedish immi?
grants, mostly farmers, niason? and carpenters.
Thc new comers all expect to select homes m
the interior of our State. Mr. Perlow, who
has secured thc agency of the Cunard linc of
steamers at Malmo, and has correspondents
at Copenhagen and Hamburg, says that he can
induce any number of Swedes, Danes and Ger?
mans to seek our shores, if our planters who de?
sire such laborers will co-operate with bimby ad?
vancing a portion of the passage money, to be
deducted from the wages earned, and thus enable
him to offer inducements m thc way of a cheap
through ticket to Charleston. The details of his
arrangements are such as to absolutely insure thc
planter against any risk of loss. It is in contem?
plation, if sufficient engagements be given, to
charter a steamer and to bring to Charleston di?
rect, at an early day, five hundred Immigrant?.
Planters who desire to communicate with Mr.
Fcrlcw may, for thc present, address their letters
to the care of THK NEWS.
Hotel ArrivaLs-.November 49.
M. H. Parker, Baltimore; Oscar Willigeoin, Sa?
vannah; John D. Dargan, Georgia; C. H. Davis,
Savannah; W. M. Corry al, T. S. Navy, William
MUler, North Carolina; C. H. Barron, K. M. Ra?
worth, Minnesota; Harry Robinson, Baltimore;
H. R?ssing, New Orleans; T. P. Smith, Brunswick,
S. J. Patterson, South Carolina; Dr. D. R. June,
Florida; D. A. Boyd, North Carolina; T. B. Wat?
son, Philadelphia; H. Hoyt, D. .S. Army; Alfred
Eely, New York; Dr. Thos. H. Balley, A. B. Hill,
H. G. Ellshunne, New York; J T. Poole, Chester;
C. C. Cox, Mrs. C. C. Cox and son, Boston, Massa?
chusetts; P. Corbett, Mrs. P. Corbett, New York;
O. M. Sadler, South Carolina; R. E. Proser,
Georgetown, South Carolina; P. R. Penn, Vir?
ginia; E. M. Carrington, Mrs. R. M. Carlington,
Newark, New Jersey; A J. Taylor, Brooklyt
New York; J. H^Clark, Camden, Sooth Carolina;
Thomas H. Zimmerman, Mrs. Thomas H. Zim?
merman and two children, St. Matthews, South
J. W. F. Scott, Philadelphia; Jas. G. Drummond,
Richmond; J. E. W. Grott, P. Goonan, Charlotte;
W. H. Peck, New York; J. Gorham, Savannah; S.
Kl/npmon, City; Jas. S. Neil, Baltimore; K.
Bradley, Misa E. P. Bradley, Williamsburg; G. N.
Robinson, Wm. Thompson, Robinson's Circus;
Jno. A. Bonier and three children, Thos. H. Mur?
ray, Jno. H. Bohlcr, Jr., Miss Fannie Meridith,
Miss Hannie Meridith, Augusta; Miss Lola Bat
terfleld, Paris; Miss M. Murray, A uer usu : Geo.
Ivlatt, M. D., Connecticut.
W. W. Wannamaker, St. Mathew's; A.J.Tay?
lor, Brooklyn; L. A Dodge, Christ Church Parish;
W. a Gains, Sooth Carolina; Chas. A. Warroo.
Sooth Carolina Railroad; Jos. M. Hunt and wife
Tennessee; J. H. Smith, Savannah; T. M. Bent,
Kentucky; Geo. Warren, New York; Mrs. James
Thompson and child, Camden, N. J.; T. C. John?
son, H. J. wilmet, New York.
The Edlso Malls.
BDISTO, November 36.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
It is now more than two weeks since we have
received either a letter or newspaper by mail. No
donbt many correspondents in Charleston may
take umbrage at not receiving any answer to
their communications. Injustice to the inhabi?
tants of Edisto Island, I give this notice as one
of yonr Buffering SUBSCRIBERS.
[We are informed by the postmaster that the
delay in the delivery of the mails was caused by
a misstatement in one of the city papers, os to
the time of departure of the vessel that carries
them. The vessel was advertised to sall at io
o'clock in the morning, whereas lt should have
been 1 o'clock m the morning.]
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES are the sov?
ereign remedy for pulmonary complaints.
MR. J. N. M. WOHLTMANN, one of the suf?
ferers by the late East Bay Ure, ls again in the
Held, and advertises among other articles the
receipt of fifty barrels of choice old Monongahela
whiskey. His present stand is at the southwest
corner of Bast Bay and Cumberland streets.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.- THU NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to tasha gooa envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send yonr ord*.Every merchant and
business man should havo his card printed on his
CURE KOR COUOH OR COLD.-AS soon as there
ls the slightest uneasiness of the chest, with diffi?
culty of breathing, or Indications of cough, take
during the day a few " Brown's Bronchial
Troches." Containing demulcent ingredients,
they allay pulmonary Irritation. Have them ID
readiness upon thc first appearance of a oold or
ONE or DICKENS' or Seott's Works ls present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
OYS! TOYS! TOYS!
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH TOYS,
Which ls offered at Low Prices at
nov30 2 KINSMAN BROTHERS.
faromare, Ontlerrj, Ut.
HABLES KERBISO N, JR.,
No. 240 KINO STREET.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AGRKJDL
TORAL IMPLEMENTS, fte.
A select assortment of TABLE AND POCKET
CUTLERY, Rodgers' and other Scissors, Fancy
Bird Cages, Paper Basins and Bucket** and House?
keeping articles generally.
ALSO, AM AtUOKTMBNT OP
ARGRICTURAL IMPLEMENTS, NAILS, CAR?
PENTER'S TOOLS, Ac ol boat make.
Sole Agent for the genuine Eureka Corree Pot,
the Russian Hemp Castor, and thc American
Papier Mache Company. nov!3 stuthlrao
rjTIHE CELEBRATED WATT PLOUGH.
OVER BIGHT THOUSAND SOLD.
I PATBNTRD ur
O BO RGB WATT, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
The best Fallow, Subsoil, Ditching and Cultiva?
ting PLOUGH. Superior to aU others by actual
test, being adapted to every soil, and doing the
hoe and plough work withont choking.
For sale at manufactory prices, freight added,
by J. E. ADGER A CO., Agents,
No. 02 East Bay, Oharleston, S. C.
Also on hand, a large assortment of other
Ploughs, Corn Shellers, Hay Cutters, and Agricul?
tural Implements or all kinds. oct30 stu th
JAMES BARRAL & CO.
COTTON AND GENERAL COMMISSION
No. 23 WHITEHALL STREET,
(Lower end of Broadway,)
Liberal advances made upon Bills of Lading.
Unction 0ales~~(Eln? Oaj.
By EL & A. P. CALDWELL.
(gTRIPS, SHOULDERS, LARD, Ac.
THIS DAT, thc 30th, will bc poid before our ?tore,
at half-past 9 o'clock,
New York STRIPS
Dry Salted Shoulders
Tubs and Kegs Lard
Conditions cash. ? novSO 1
Dy HENRY COBIA & CO.
JJAMS, SUGAR AND CROCKERY.
THIS DAY, at half-past 0 o'clock, In front of our
Store, will be sold.
20 barrels Sugar.
A lot of assorted CROCKERY.
Conditions cash. _nov30
By GEO. W. STEFFENS,
No. 30 Vendue Range.
JgUTTER, LARD, BEEF, .fee.
I will sell THIS DAY, at half-past 0 o'clock,
75 kegs and tubs BUTTER
25 kegs Lard
10 barrels Beef
50 eases (2 lb. cans.) Tomatoes
3000 lbs. S. C. Strips
30 tierces Hams
10,000 lbs. Shoulders (smoked and dry salt.)
50 boxes Adamantine Candles
Codfish, Mackerel, Potatoes
Apples, Coffee, Flour, Sugar, Ac, Ac.
By LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
U G A R, MACKEREL, POTATOES,
THIS DAY, the 30th instant, will be sold in iront
of our Store, at 10 o'clock.
20 barrels C YELLOW SUGAR.
50 kits Mackerel.
50 barrels prime Irish Potatoes.
35 barrels Sugar Cured strips, Shoulders, Neoks,
Hams, Bullies, and Smoked Beef.
Conditions cash. novao
By MILES DRAKE.
SPECIAL SALE OF TOYS AND OTHER
GOODS SUITABLE FOR TnR CHRIST?
MAS HOLIDAYS, TO BE SOLD
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
WAX DOLLS, small, medium and large sizes;
Acrobats, Figures, Toy Slelgh9, Childrens' Guns,
Walking Canes, Bracelets, Watch Stands, Finger
Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Plain ami Fancy Rubber
Balls, assorted sizes; Scarfs, Nubias, Misses' and
Childrens* Balmoral Hose, Meerschaum Pipes, La?
dles' Satchels, L. C. and Lace Handkerchiefs, Meri?
no Shirts and Drawers, Plated Tea and Table
spoons, Hoods, Sontags, Black Sewing Silk, Shoe
On To-Morrow I will sell CLOTHING, Dry
Goods, Hats, Ac. nov30
By JOHN G. MILNOIl & CO.
DRY GOODS, LADIES' CLOAKS, MEN'S
THIS DAT, 30th Instant, at 10 o'clock, wc will
sell at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting
Black and Fanoy SATINETS, Fancy Buckskins,
Kentucky Jeans, Casslmeres, Gray Satinets, Red
and White Flannel, Kerseys, Twills, Fancy and
Bine Plaids, Blue Denims, Ladies' Black Cloth
Cloaks, Plaid Shawls, nalmoral Skirts, Brown
and Gray Undershirts, Bleached und Itrown Shirt?
ing, Cotton Flannels, Bod Ticks, Delaines, Fancy
and Mourning Prints, Blue and Itrown Half Hose,
Men's Hair Hose, Men's Assorted Cloth Caps, and
Conditions exsh. novOO
INSM AN'S SALOON,
No. 279 KING STREET.
HOT MINCE PIES every day.
OYSTERS in every style.
COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE.
HOT COFFEE and CHOCOLATE from 7 A. M. to
ll P. M. nov30 2
Fresh PORK SAUSAGES will be found every
morning at Stall No. 23. Beer Market.
nov30 1?_ISAAC WILSON, Butcher.
EESH PORK SAUSAGES
KVEKV MORNINO, AT
STALL No. 12,
LOWER BEEF MARKET.
jQO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sick Headache, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of thc Stomach?
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYU AIL
rpilE DRAWING OF SPANISH POLICY
TAKES PLACE DAILY
In the large Hall in the rear of our Bankiug
CHANCES TEN CENTS EACH.
Prizes ranging in value from $7 to $777,700.
One prize to every 107 blanks. Send to ns ten
cents and any three numbers between 107 and
777,700, they will be put into thc wheel. If you
draw a prize wo will let you know by return
SCALE OP DISCOUNT POR CHANCES :
1 Chance.iocta. iou Chances.$8 75
10 Chances.95 cts. 200 Chances.17 00
20 Chances.$1 S5 400 Chances.33 60
50 Chances. 4 50 loco Chances.80 00
Address all communications to
J. M. BLAKE A CO., Bankers,
And Sole Agents for Spanish Policy in the
nov25 12* No. 694 Broadway, New York.
GIVE GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
septlT 3m08_RAOUL A LYNAH.
JJO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake In the morning with a
thorough appreciation or your egg, roMs and
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by , RAOUL t LYNAH.
?Babbles anb harness.
g ADDLE BY WAREHOUSE.
WILLIAM HARRAL & CO.,
No. 19 HAYKK STKKET.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIAL8, Ac
The place to bny
Is where you have a choice of styles of different
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chines now bet?re thc public
THE WILLCOX & GIBBS?
"WEED" F. P. LOOK-STlTCn
Are thc simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine is warranted to give satis?
faction, or lt will be exchanged for other kinds.
All kinds of Sewin;,' neatly anti promptly done
Orders taken for ail iirst class Sewing or Knlli).,.
Machines, Noodles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac
REPAIRING as usuaL
D. B. HASELTON,
zuayl stut lily No. S07 King street.
Qlnctiou Soles--?rjis Wart.
Bj Vf. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
BRICK STORE AND TENEMENT
HOUSE. ANSON STREBT, WEST SIDE,
ONE DOOit SOUTH OE WENT?
WORTH, KNOWN AS
Nod. iU? AND SI.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the lu'.h instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Post?nico,
That two ?tory BRICK STOKE, known aa No. 3!
Anson street, with kitchen, Ac.
That fine two story MUCK NORTH TF.NE
MENT, In the rcarof tuc above, containing four
rooms, double piazzas, and known as No. 20. En?
tire front of above 22 6-12 feet ou Anson, by loo
feet in depth, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps, and
proportion of State taxes now accruing.
^Bj WTY. LEITCH & R. STBRU?S,"
VACANT LOTS ON SOUTH SIDE OF
SAVAOE STREET. BETWEEN SAVAGE
AND TRADD STREETS, WITH BRICK
FOUNDATIONS ALREADY LAID
FOR RESIDENCES, KITCH?
ENS, CISTERNS, Ac.
Will besohl THIS DAY, 30th inst., at n o'clock,
at thc Old Postoluce,
EOT No. 2, 40 feet front on Savage street, 82
feet on sonth linc, 52 feet on Tradd street, by lis
on thc north linc.
Lot No. 4, 33 feet 6 inches on Savage street, by
Lot No. 6, 33 feet 6 inches on Savage street, by
Ix)t No. 8, 33 fc?t 6 inches on Savage street, by
118 feet, without foundation.
Lot No. 10, 33 feet 6 Inches on Savage street, by
130 feet on thc north line, A3 feet 7 Inches on thc
south. 48 feet on the back, adjoining property of
J. C. Hanal.an.
Lot No. 140, on the north side of Tradd street,
00 feet front, running irregularly.
A plat of the above can be seen at No. 35 Broad
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps, and proportion of State taxes now ac?
cruing. nov30 thm?'.?
~By WTY. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
GROCERY STORE AND SMALL
HOUSES ON MARSH AND INSPEC?
Will be sold THIS DAY, tho 30th instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofnce,
That desirable two-story Wooden STORE, at
thc northwest corner of Marsh and inspection
streets, containing fonr rooms. Lot measures 33
feet front by 41 in depth, more or lesa.
That two-story Wooden DWELLING, known as
No. ll Marsh street, adjoining the above on thc
north, containing three rooms. Lot measures 25
feet frout by 33 feet in depth, more or less.
That two-story Wooden DWELLING. No. 13
Marsh street, adjoining the above to the north,
containing three rooms. Lot measures 25 feet
front by 33 In depth, more or less.
Thal two-story Wooden DWELLING, No. 15
Marsh street, containing three rooms, adjoining
the above to the north. Lot measures 2ti>? feet
front by 30 feet in depth, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps, and proportion of State taxes now
accruing. novao thmtu3
By A. c MCGILLIVRAY,
JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
MARIA DALY vs. ROBERT MCCARBBLL.
Will be sold THIS DAY, thc 30th day of Novem?
ber instant, in front of the Old Customhouse, al
ll o'clock A. M. precisely,
Ail that LOT OF LAND with thc Buildings there?
on, situate north side cf Tradd street, la thc City
of Charleston, and knowu by the No. 44, measur?
ing and containing in front on Tra^i street 39
feet, more or less, and in depth from south to
north one hundred feet six indira, more or leas;
butting and bounding north on Land now or late
of Munroe, cast on Land now or late of F. II. Long,
west on Land now or late of Charles Love.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in bond or bonds
'bearing interest, payable semi-annually, until the
principal ls paid, secured by mortgage of the
premises. Buildings to bc insured lu some com?
pany approved by me, and the policy assigned.
Thc insurance to be continued until thc bonds are
nov 30tu4_E. W. M. MAOKEY, S. C. 0.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
FRANCIS SERBS vs. nABRIET PHILLIPS ET AL.
Will be sold THIS DAY, Wh November instant,
in front of the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situate, lying and being in Marlon street, in
Ward No. 0, in the City of Charleston, measuring
and contalnlug forty-five feet front on Marlon
street, by one hundred feet in depth, be thc same
more or less; butting and bouuding north by
Marlon street, east by Land of IL S. Stone, soutli
by Laad of Charles Beckman, and west by Land
of 0. C. Trombo, the said Lot being known in a
survey of Marion street, by R. K. Payne, Survey?
or, as No. 18 and a part of No. 17.
Terms-One-third cash: balance on u credit of
one and two years, secured by bond, with interest
at the rate of seven per cent, per annnm, payable
annually, and mortgage or the premises. Thc
buildings to bc insured and thc policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers anti stamps.
nov30 tu4_E. W. M. MACKEY. S. C. C.
By H?TS0N LEK.
yALUABLE BICK PLANTATION.
By virtue of an order of sale to mc directed bv
thc Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court for thc District of South
Carolina, will bc offered for sale at public auc?
tion, at the Old Post?nico, foot of Broad street,
THIS DAY, November 30th, 18C9, at ll o'clock
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, in
the Parish or St. Thomas and St, Denis, on the
eastern branch of thc T or Cooper River, knowu
as Tbc Hagan, oontainln;: one thousand four hun?
dred and eighteen acres, a large portion or which
is nuder cultivation-the whole forming one of
thc most desirable Rice Plantations in the Slate.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal
annual instalments, secured by bond or purchaser
and a mortgage of (he premises. Purchaser to
pay Tor papers and stamps.
HOV30 tultu7 LOUIS McLAIN, Assignee.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
JJEID STREET BUILDING LOTS.
THIS DAY, 30th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at thc Old Postontce, Broad street,
That LOT OF LAND on Reid street, next north?
west corner of Hanover and Reid streets, measur?
ing 40 by 120 fceu Also, the Lot adjoining to the
west, of same dimensions.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers
and stamps. uov30 thsmtu4
Sluction Saleo--ifatnre dans.
IN TnK DISTRICT COURT Ol' THE UNITED
STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT Ol' SOUTH
CAROLINA-IN THE HATTER OF W.
W. HARLLEB, BANKRUPT
Pursuant to an order of the Honorable Judge
Bryan, In the above case, I will sell on thc first
TUESDAY in December next, at Marion Court
liouse, the following property:
A TRACT OF LAND, on the north side or Lit?
tle Peedee River, containing 050 acres, more or
less, conveyed to Bankrupt by thc Sheriff of Ma?
rion District, and recorded in Book P In thc Re?
gister's Office for Marion District; bounded there
by Lands o! David Paige, John F. Page and others,
being thc Lauds ou which James 11 Page now
One-half Interest lu thc unimproved Lots of
Land in Marion Village, Marion County, contain?
ing each B ve-ten tbs (Mu) of an acre; bouaded
by Lots or W. J. Dickson, John Aunnons (now
S. E. Stanly V) and dulci's, situated near thu De?
pot or the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad,
marked Nus. 10,17 and 18 In a plat or said village,
made by Deputy Surveyor Levi LeOette, dated
February, 1857, said Lots conveyed to J. J. Hart
lee and W. W. Harllec by C. D. Evans, Commis?
sioner in Equity. A plat ol these Lot? oan bc
seen on application to thc Assignee.
A Lot and Offlce in Marina Village, fronting
easton the public square: bounded on the north
by Lot of S. E. McMillan, and south by II Bourn's
Lot, and on thc west by street. This l,ot to bc
sold at the risk of thc former purchasers.
Terms-One-fourth (y)cish; balance on a credit
or one ?nd two yean; purchasers to give bond
with lutenist from day of sale, payable annually,
secured by a morur?ite or thc premisos, ami lo
pay Tor all necessary p;ipri'? n*oi stampft
uovie tu3 A. H. FORD, Assignee.
gllAMPOOING AND II AIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attcudod at their reeirtjuecs prompt? and at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprill4 No. 31 BroiuJ street, (up st.;: ra.)
Auction gales-Jnlare Warp.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
TENDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
HANNAH ENSTON va. JAMES K.. WALKER.
Will bo sold on TUESDAY, the 7Ul dar of Decem?
ber, lStii?, in front of the oui Customhouse,
at ll o'clock A. M. precisely.
All that certain LOT OF LAND, with the Build?
ings thereon, situate (known by tho No. i33,)on
thc west side of Meeting street, tn thc Ciiy of
Charleston, measuring and containing In fronton
Meeting street 23 feet ?lx inches, more or less,
and in depth from eas; to west, 144 feet, bc thc
same more or less; butting and bounding east on
Meeting street, to thc west and north on Lands of
James E. Walker, and to tho south on Land of
Robert S. Miller.
AU that certain LOT OF LAND, with the Build?
ings thereon, next north and adjoining thc Lot
above described, situate on thc west side of Meet?
ing streot, Ward No. 4, and known by the No. 133,
measuring and containing In front on Meeting
street 10 feet, more or less, on the north Une from
east to west l>5 feet, then running from south to
north 21 feet 3 inches, then on thc north Une 40
feet, on thc west linc 40 feet 3 Inches, and ou the
south line 144 feet, be the same more or leas; but?
ting and bounding east on Meeting street, to thc
south and west of Lands and James E. Walker,
and to the north on Land of the Estate of Walker
and E. Adams.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one, two, three and four years. In bonds bearing
iuterest, payable semi-annnaUy, to be secured by
mortage of the premises sold. Buildings lobe In?
sured and policy assigned. Buildings to be kept
insured amil bonds are paid and mortgage? satis?
fied. E. W. M. MACKEY,
povlO tn4_S. C. C.
Bj ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
Broken, Auctioneers and Real Entatc
Agents, Office No. 58 East Bay,
Charleston, s. C.
NDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
EXECUTORS OF R. F. W. ALLSTON VS. BENJA?
MIN ALLSTON, ET AL.
In pursuance of the decree or Hon. R. B. Carpen?
ter, Judge of First Circuit, in the above case,
made the ath day of November, 1800, will be sold
on TUESDAY, thc 7th day or December, 1869,
at ll o'clock, before thc Courthouse in the Town
of Georgetown, South Carolina, thc following
IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY.
1. The PLANTATION called "Guendalos," In
eluding "The Retreat," (or "Bullen's Island,")
and "Holly Hill," with adjoining high Lands, con?
taining in all 1250 acres, more or less, of which
ess acres, more or less, arc tide swamp, lying in
Georgetown Connty, as described in a convey?
ance from P. C. J. Weston to Benjamin Allston,
ist January, 1859.
2. The Plantation on Sandy Island, In George?
town County, known as "Pipe Down," contain?
ing 294 acres, moro or less, of which 259 acres,
more or less, are tide swamp, purchased from
Mrs. M. A. Petigru, 1st February, 1859.
S. A Tract of Land on Sandy Island, on Bull
Crook and Waccamaw River, Georgetown Coun?
ty, (annexed by Testator to Pipe Down,) contain?
ing 645 acres, more or less, of unenclosed swuinp,
purchased from John Coachman, 1st September,
4. The Plantation in Georgetown County, call?
ed "Dltchford." and formerly called "Rose
Bank," containing 477 acres, more or bas, of which
166 acres, more or less, are tldo swamp; purchas?
ed from the Trustees of Mrs. Fraser ou the 14tlt
5. The Plantation in Georgetown County, called
"Nightingale Hall," containing in all 121Bacres,
more or less, of high Land and swamp Land, of
which 339 acres, more or less, are tide swamp:
purchased from the Trustees of Ceo. A. Moultrie,
on 31st December. 1846. Also, Plantation lu
Georgetown County, called "Waterford," con
talnlug on thc southeast side of Waccamaw
River 244 acres, more or less, and on the north?
west side 119 acres, more or less, of which
140 acres, more or les, arc tide swamp.
Together with three Seashore Tracts, known as
Nus. 2, 3 and 7, of Hie land* of Margaret Butler,
conveyed to R. F. W. Allston by the Trustees of
Traplor, by deed dated 19th March, 1847.
c. The Plantation, in Georgetown County called
"Exchange," containing 432 acres, more or leas,
of which 182 acres, more or less, are tide swamp,
purchased 1st February, 1853. Also, Tract annex?
ed to "Exchange," formerly part of thc Planta?
tion called "Breakwater," contulnlng 117 acres,
more or less, of tide swamp, purchased from the
estate of John H. Allston.
7. Three Islands In Winyah Bay, containing to?
gether 25 acres unenclosed swamp, granted to R.
F. W. Allston, on 10th February, 1347.
8. AU that Tract of Land, lu Georgetown Coun?
ty, known as "Canaan," a seashore tract, con?
taining 344 acres, more or less, of provision and
9. All that Tract of Pine Land, in Georgetown
County, known aa "Bates' Tract," containing 380
acres, more or less.
10. All thal Tract of Pine Land, in Georgetown
County, containing 600 acres, more or less, on the
. road to Yahanee Ferry, granted to R. F. w. All?
ston on 1st August, 1853.
11. All that Tract of Pine Land lu Georgetown
County, containing 700 acres, more or less, lying
on Carver's Bay, and purchased from John T.
Scott, Attorney. 2d April, 1860.
12. Alt that Tract of Pine Land In Georgetown
County, containing 400 acres, more or less, lying
on Carver's Bay, purchased from D. B. Johnson,
Attorney, 18th Mardi, 1854.
13. All that Tract of Pine Land In Georgetown
County, known os thc "Bossard Tract," containing
141 acres, more or less, purchased from George T.
Ford, 27th June, 1856.
14. All that Tract of Pine Land known as thc
"Moore Tract," In Georgetown Connty, contain?
ing about 1000 acres, more or less.
16. All thal Tract oi Pine Land in Georgetown
County, containing about 228 acres, more or less,
known as the "Williams' Tract."
ALSO. IN MARION COUNTY. .
lfl. All that TRACT of unenclosed swamp Land
in Marion County, on Britton's Neck, containing
727 acres, more or less, purchased of Mrs. Wood?
berry. 27ih February. 1856.
17. All that. Tract of unenclosed swamp Land In
Marion County, on Britton's Neck, containing 500
! acres, moro or less, purchased at SherltPs sale as
' property of Thomas Sanders, on 8th May, lS?O.
is. All that.Tract of unenclosed swamp Lund in
Marlon County, on Britton's Neck, containing 400
acres more or less, purchased from Thomas Par?
ker, 29th November, 1801.
19. All that Tract of unenclosed swamp Land on
Britton's Neck, Marion County, containing about
1300 acres, more or less, formerly of Woodberry,
purchased 18Ui September. 1854.
ALSO, IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
20. All that TRACT' Ol' PINE LAND In Chester
Held County, near Steer Pen Spring, containing
200 acres, more or less, purchased from Uou. J.
J. Evans, 6th September, l?-13.
Terras-One-third cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bonds of the pur?
chasers, with interest payable annually, and
mortgages of thc property. Purchasers to pay
for necessary papers ami revenue stamps.
I " HENRY D. LESESNK,
ADEL? P. ALLSTON,
Qualified Executors of IL F. W. Allston.
?y NOTICE TO PERSON'S DESIRING TO AT?
TEND ABOVE SALE.-The Steamer EMILIE, Cap?
tain P. C. Lewis, will leave Commercial Wharf on
MONDAY MORNING, thc 6th December, at 6 o'clock,
for Georgetown. Returning, will lc.ivc George?
town on WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8th December, at
6 o'clock. novl.tsruthO
I will offer for sale, for cash, at thc late residence
of W. B. Dowling, deceased, one and a half
miles from Bamberg, on WEDNESDAY, 14th of
All thc REAL ESTATE of thc said deceased, as
LOT No. 1, known as the "Simpson Lot," and
all tho houses and Improvements thereon, situat
, cd nt Graham's Turnout, and containing one
I acre, more or less, iron ting Railroad avenue, and
. adjoining Lands of A. IL Rice.
Lol No. 2, lying at Graham's Turnout, on which
G. W. Neely now resides, containing eighteen and
a half acres, more or less, and bounded as follows:
By thc South Carolina Railroad Company and
Lands or Dauicl Guess, and a Lot or Ur. Danberry.
is.t No, 3, upon which John S. Small now rc
Hlrtcs, lying at Graham's Turnout and well Im?
proved, cutitainiug one acre, more or less, bound?
ed by the Public Road leading from Graham's
Turnout to Springlawn, on the cast side of said
roud one hundred and eighteen lect; on the south
by the Baptist Church, ono hundred and (Iffy feet
two luches: on the north by Lands of H. B. Rice;
on thc east by Lands of H. U. Rice. Said Lot was
sold by H. B. Rice to Thomas J. Counts.
4th. That valuable PLANTATION, known as
the "River Place'* containing seven hundred and
titty aeres, more or less, bounded on the north by
Kdisto River, on thc cast and south by Martha
Zclglor, on the west by Barnwell.
6lh. The OLD PLACE, near Graham's Turnout,
containing seven hundred acres, more or less,
and bounded north by C. C. Cooper and H. B.
Rice; soulh by Hamilton Martin; west by Mrs.
Kemp and O. W. Tamer, aud east by Madison
1 will also soil, on tlie same day, at the Uiver
Four good M ULIS.
Six hundred bushels of Corn.
Six thousand pouuds good Fodder, Peas and
One Wagon, Plantation Tools, and other arti?
cles not mentioned.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers and
All persons Indebted to thc above Mutate, aro re?
quested to come forward and make immediate
puymcnt lo the undersigned.
J. E. EREK,
iiov9 tti3 Qualified Executor.
"l LL?AM BL L A VV T O N~
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 10 BOYCE'S WHARP.
Extra Heavy Sea Island BAGGING AND TWINE
. i sale. Advances made ou Produce lu hard,
Unction Sales--.fature Warn.
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES.
RANGE TREES, STRAWBERRY
NDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Will bc SOW on WEDNFSDAY, December 1st, at
ll o'clock, at my onlce.
SWEET ORANGE TREES, Kiens. Hnonymous,
Petusponims, Arbor Vi:x, Gardenias, ranchili
lnms and other Evergreens and Ornamental trees;
also, 1000 Strawberry Plants of choice varieties.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
PETERMAN it KNEE. EXECUTORS D1ERSSEN,
VS. SCHWING. ADMINISTRATOR, ET AL.
On TUESDAY, toe 14th December next, at ll
o'clock A. M., will bc sold In front of the Old
All that LOT OK LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate at the southeast corner of Coming and
Morris streets, in this city, known In a survey of
the Morris Lands by IL K. Payne. Surveyor, by the
No. 1; measuring in front on Coming-street 31
feet, by ill feet in depth more or less. Bounding
north on Morris street; east on Lot No. 6;south on
Lot No. 2, and west on Comiug street. .
That other LOT OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on Coming street, in Ward No. 6,
and known in thc aforesaid snrvey by the No. 2;
measuring In fronton Coming street 38 feet, by
111 feet tn depth. Bounding north on Lot No. 1;
east on I/)t No. -: south on Lot. No. 3 of said plan
of survey, and weston Coming street.
Terms-One fourth cash; balance in four equal
successive anuual Instalments, with interest from
thc day of sale at 7 per cent, per year, payable an?
nually, secured by the bond or bonds of the pur?
chaser. Buildings tu be Insured and policy as?
signed. JAMES W. GRAY,
novU mltu4 _Special Referee.
By TfARDLAW & CAREW.
-yALUABLE BUILDING LOTS
Will bn sold in front of thc Old Postofflce, foot of
Broad street, at ll o'clock A. M., on TUESDAY,
thc 7th December next,
Three LOTS on East Bay, directly opposite the
new Customhouse, and two Lots on Market
streot, In thc rear of the above.
TliLs property Ls 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 tn front, and ls
a most admirable point for the erection of stores
Thc Lots wilt bc sold at public outcry at the
time specified, unless previously disposed of at
private Bale, 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.
novl3 stun tuthsS
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the Fourth Circuit of the State of
South Carolina, sitting In Equity In the case of
Morris K. Jcsup, et al, vs. the Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, et al, will be
sold at Public Auction, 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
6t h day of January, 1870,
All that portion of thc WILMINGTON AND
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which lies within thc
State of South Carolina, with all the ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots. Workshops, Materi?
als, and everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all thc rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as set forth ami more particu?
larly described in thc several mortgages men?
tioned in thc proceedings.
The terms of the sale arc cash; the bonds of the
Company secured by the mortgages mentioned
in Hie report of thc special referee, and filed In
the case, to be accepted from the purchaser pro
rata as part payment In the order of priority es?
tablished by thc report; provided that the same
rateable proportion of cash be paid In for the
other bonds of thc same grade of priority not In
thc hands of tho purchaser; and provided, also,
that sulllclcnt cash be paid in to cover costs,
charges and expenses of sale; thc purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, 10th November, 1860.
By virtue of a docree or the Court of Equity of
the Countv of New Hanover, of the State of
North Carolina, In the case of Morris K. Jesup,
et al, vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company, ct al. Michael Cranley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed by the Court, will sell at
Public Auction, at the door of thc Courthouse,
In Wilmington, in the State nf North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the 6th
day of January. 1870,
All that portion of the WILMINGTON AND M AN?
CHESTER RAILROAD which lies within the State
of North Carolina, with all thc 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 tn the pro?
Terms of sale are cash.
The bonds of the said Company, aecurcd by the
three first, mortgages, to wit: The mortgage to
Edward Sandford, dated May L 1851; thc second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March 1,
1863, and thc mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated thc 12th of April, 1855, shall be accepted ia
full as part payment, according to thc priority of
said mortgages; and the bonds ot the said Com?
pany, secured by thc mortgage to the said Morris
K. Jesup, shall bo accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment In the order of priority established in said
mortgage. M. CRONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington, N.e. Hovia tufiswi
Auctioneers' flrioatc Gales, Sit.
Bj I. S. C. BENNETT.
FARM OF TITREE HUNDRED ACRES
At Private Sale
*A beautiful and very productive FARM of 300
acre*, localed on thc Rockhill Road, about four
miles from thc thriving aud very healthy villHge
of Yorkvlllc. There are 60 acres of bottom land
included, which are exceedingly productive.
There are all necessary buildings on this farm.
The location healthy during the entire year.
Apply as above at No. 40 Broad street.
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
JJ E A L ESTATE.
At Private Sale
All that elegant MANSION, with spacious
grounds, No. 1 Lucas street.
Flue Residence, with Lot 95 by 200 feet, No. -
Pine Residence, on a very large and beautiful
Lot, No. - Meeting street.
Fine Residence, with Lut 65 by 180 feet, No. -
Pine Residence, with Lot 60 by 12* feet, No. 224
East Bay street.
Tenement Building, with Lot 42 by 75 feet, Nos.
49 and 61 Broad street.
Large Workshop with Outbuildings, on Loteo
by 75 feet, No. 95 King street.
Lot, with Brisk Buildings thereon, 80 by 200
feet, No. 18 Charlotte street.
Lot, with Wooden Building thereon, - by -,
No. - Ashley street.
Lot, beautifully located, near Rutledge street.
A No. 1 TRUCK FARM of five acres, with new
Buildings, up Rutledge avenue.
A No. 1 Truck Farm of 60 acres, thoroughly set?
tled, one mile above thc city inuits, on Ashley
PHOSPHATE LANDS un Ashley River, near the
For further particulars, apply as above, at the
Real Estate Agcnoy, No. 49 Broad street.
By L S. K. BENNETT.
Wanted to purchase
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT STOCK
PlanterK' anil Mechanics' Bank Stock
Apply as above, at No. 40 Broad strccL
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
?1)34; T0 BE loaned
To be Loaned
$26,726 on Pond Securely Mortgaged oa ap?
proved City Property.
J800U on Stock Collaterals.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad stree:.
. UOV30 luth2
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSURE.
COTTON PLANTA. ?ON ON POCOTAL
1GO RIVER, BEAUFORT DISTRICT.
At Private Sale
The PLANTAN'TJON. known as "Rook Point,"
(opposite to "Bray's Island,"] on Mackey's Neck,
a pcniii-ula formeil by the Ttulllnny and Poeo
tallgo rivers, being upon nie latter river wtiieh is
navigable, ami about ?our miles from I'ucotallgo
Kailraad depot, The tract contains seo acres uf
high land, about une half of .vhlch la cleared sea
Island cottou land, which previous to tim war eu
Joy? .1 a good reputa:lon for Hi-: productiveness of
thc ;aiifl and quality of c ttt n produce l. There
Is i.lsii a large body of marsh land attached to the
For tanner particulars aoply as al>ovo, at. Na
?? Broad suva. nevsa tufa
QUrtioneers' p-wote Sales, Ut.
By LOUIS. D. BeSAUSSURE.
T AVINGTON AND BtJGBEE lt IC E
JLJ PLANTATIO-NS, ON ASHEPOO
RIVER. CONTAINING 620 ACRBS
OF SWAMP LANI) AND 415
AOHES OF HIGH LAND.
Ai Privuic Sale
All rliose two PLANTATIONS commonly called
Lavington and Bugbce, .situate on the south side
of Ashepoo River, in st. Bartholomew's Parish,
Collcton District, containing 620 acres of Swamp
Land, more or less, and 415 acres of High Land,,
more or less, according to a late survey thereof
made by John A. Michel, Surveyor; bounding
north on the Oaks plantation and Ashepoo River;
south on Lalio Creek and Kee Farm plantation,
belonging to James M. Rhett; west on Fee Farm
and Fraser back water canal, and east on Ashepoo
River; also, all that STRIP OF LAND, reserved by
R. B. Rhett, in his conveyance of the Fee Farm
plantation to James F. Rhett, for the purpose of
makin? a road through tho said Fee Farm planta?
tion, for the use of the Li hingston and Bugbee
plantations, consisting of 50 feet of Land la
width from the point designated in the plat afore?
said, and on the Fee Farm plat, to the public
Ashepoo Neck road.
For further, particulars, apply as above, at No.
23 Broad street._nov30 tuft
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
ESTATE ?ALE-PLANTATION IN ST.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, belonging to Est'te
Wilkes, In St. Andrew's Parish, about Ave miles
f-om Charleston, on thc Stono River, opposite to
John's Island, aud on the Savannaii A Charleston
Railroad and main road. The tract contains
abont 975 acres of Land, about 725 of which are
high Land, the balance marsh Land. About 400
acres of the Land arc cleared und adapted to the
culture of cotton and provisions, and about 31 to
rice. Excellent crops of cotton have been made
upon the place for years.
For particulars, apply at No. 23 Brood street.
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
ABARONY OF TWELVE THOUSAND
EIGHT HUNDRED (12,800) ACRES
At Prlvfltf 3flic
The BARONY or TRACT OF LAND, about 2T
miles from Charleston and 23 from Mount Pleas?
ant, on the Georgetown road, Charleston District,
on the waters of Awcndaw Creek, containing, ac?
cording to the plat of John Fenwick, Surveyor,
made in 1772. twelve thousand eight hundred
acres of Land, being an original barony granted
to Slr Nathaniel Johnson.
On the tract is a large body of woods, and there
ls a bold navigable creek, with several landings.
There arc a Dwelling House, barn and negro
honses on the place.
Apply as absve, at No. 23 Broad street.
novio tufe _
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
ESTATE SALE-RESIDENCE ON MEET?
At Private Sale
The three-story BRICK RESIDENCE, No. S3
Meeting street, containing ten rooms, pantry,
double piazzas, cistern. Ac, with brick kitchen,
carriage house and stable. The premises have re?
cently been repaired. The Lot measures abont 43
feet front, 211 feet deep, and 115 feet on the back
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street,
By L0ULS D. BeSAUSSURE.
JJESIDENCE ON RUTLEDGE AVENUE.
At. Private Sale
Thc BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 50 Rutledge ave?
nue, recessed from thc street seventy-five feet,
containing six rooms i5>i by 16)i feet, three rooms
14 by UM feet, double piazzas, gas, cistern and
well, brick kitchen, tn. Lot measures 60 feet
front by250 rcct deep; on the Lot are flowergar?
den, fruit trees, rigs, grapes, Ac
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
BRICK RESIDENCE LN HASEL
The desirable three story BRICK RESIT ENCE,
on high basement, situate on thc south side of
Hasel street, between Meeting and Anson i treeta,
containing eight rooms, pantry, dressing room
and two piazzas, extensive brick kitchen, car?
riage house and stable. The Lot measures 60
feet front, by 190 feet deep, more or less.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
JgESIDENCE ON SOUTH BAY.
At Private Sale
The three story WOODEN RESIDENCE, Brid
Basement, No. 28 South Bay, a few doors westot
King street, containing six rooms, one pantry,
dressing room, two piazzas; attached ls a brick
kitchen. Lot 50 feet front, by 160 feet deep.
Adjoining the above on Lamboll street, two
two story BUILDINGS, one containing four rooms,
the other two rooms. Lot measures 50 Iront, by
160 feet deep.
The two Lots together run from ?treet to street.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
j^ESIDENCE IN CHARLOTTE STREET.
At Private Sale
The Wooden RESIDENCE on brick basement,
on thc north side of Charlotte street, known by
the No. 22, containing six upright, two garret,
one dressing rooms, two pantries, private stair?
way, two piazzas, cistern, gas, Ac. On the prem?
ises are an excellent kitchen, a carriage house
ami stable. The Lot measures 80 feet front by 240
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street,
?y LOUIS I>. DeSAUSSURE.
gTORE ON EAST BAY STREET.
At Private Sale
The THREE STORY BRICK STORE, on Bast
Bay street, at thc southeast corner of Cordes
street, (w hich was occupied for near a quarter of
a century bv one of our most successful mer?
chants, thc late Mr. Smith Mowry. Jr.) The Let
measures 23 feet front by CO feet deep.
Thia property is one of the most central oa East
Bay for business.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
Bj LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
HAYNE STREET STORE, RUNNING
THROUGH TO MARKET STREET.
Por Sale or Rent
Trie BRICK STORE on the south side of Hayne
street, opposite the charleston Hotel, now occu?
pied by Mr. John Daly, measuring 25 feet on
Hayne street, 13 feet on Market street, and 197
feet tn depth.
These premises are admirably located for the
wholesale trade, and will be sold on one-third
cash, the balance in one, two and three years.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street,
~ByL??ls B. BeSAUSSURE.
LARGE AND VALUABLE RICE
PLANTATIONS ON NORTH SANTEE
RIVER AT THE BEST PITCH
OF THE TIDE.
At Private Sale
'Hie valuable RICE PLANTATIONS on North
San tee River, Georgetown District, known as
Milldam," "Newland" and "Blurt* Main." con
taining, together, 1073 acres of Land, of which 660
acres are tide swamp Land, about 300 being cow
under cultivation in rice and tho balance in good
order; there are 623 acres of high Land, of which
CO or 70 are cleared provision Land, capable of
producing 40 bushels of corn to the acre.
On "Milldam" 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 "Blulf Malu" are also a
On these Plantations there is a resident force of
Seventy Laborers, and houses sufficient for over
The situation of this estate, lying as it does
above thc salt water and below the freshet lands,
has always been considered a nong the safest on
San tee, and during the lonr period they have
been cultivated, there is no lr stance on record of
the loss of a crop. When c iltlvated previous to
the war, they were capable of producing over 40
bushels of rice to the acre, ind the crops averag?
ed from 16,000 to 22,000 jushels of rice sent to
For further particular., apply as above, at No.
23 Broad street. nov)6 tnths9
By J. FRA SER MATHE WES.
JJ^ICE AND PROVISION PLANTATION.
At Private Salo
That valuable HOE AND PROVISION PLAN?
TATION, called uoinnc-y. situated at Sonth Ferry,
on the Santeu If.vcr. containing 1333 acres-too
cleared and un 1er hank, COO high land, 87 clear?
ed, balance wei' timbered with cypress, onk, Ac
The Plantation is now under cultivation, ls weU
settled with l>.veiling, barna and negro houses,
and Known as one i?f the best places on thc river.
For terms, tpply to
J. FRASER MATnEWES,
Real Estate Agent, No. os Uroad street*