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eat newspaper in the South, and the immense
strides whioh it is every day making in circu?
lation and popularity encourages us to re
doable our efforts to make it in every respect
BASE BALL MATCH.-There will be a match
game played this afternoon, on the Citadel
GrecD, between the Alert and Liberty Clubs, at
2 P. M. .. _
SOIREE OF THE CONTEST BASE BALL CLUB.
The mern bera of this club, with their lady
friends, passed a very pleasant time laat eve?
ning at their Hall, at the corner of King and
PERSONAL.-Mr. James P. Cowardin, who ia
- to lecture to-night, reached the city yesterday,
and is stopping at the Charleston Hotel. J. C.
Bailey, Esq., proprietor and associate editor of
the Greenville Enterprise, is stopping ct the
B SPATES TO THE COUETHOUSE.-It is the in?
tention of the County Commissioners to repair
-the inside of the courthouse. Some work^is
"r.ow in progrese in the Attorney-General's office,
and tho Clerk of the Court's room will receive
. atisntion next._
POLICE ABBESTS.-Wm. McKan, for being
drunk in ?ho public streets.
Sambo Wade, colored, for the aame offence,
. and behaving in an indecent manner irxfing
. street. / \ . ?
Henry Drone, f jr peddling geese without a
license and abusing the police.
THE BAPTIST FAIR_On Friday morning the
ladies of the congregation of the First Baptist
. Church, under wh08e auspices fhe forthcoming
fair is to be given, will commence the decora?
tion of Bibernian Hall, and tho other arrange?
ments for the fair. They have requested us to
t?ay, in their behalf, that they will greatly ? p
preciate any contribution, either from the city
or country. .
MILITARY PRISONERS.-An ordnance sergeant
. and three privates brought several military
prisoners to the city yesterday from Augusto,.[
Ga., to be tried before the Court-martial now in
daily eeasioD at the Citadel for the trial of mil?
itary offenders. The court has for its Presi?
dent Brevet Brigadier-General E. G. Marshall,
and for ita Judge Advocate, Major Upham, of
tho 6th Infantry.
POLICEMAN BEATEN.-On last Saturday night,
Private G. W. Scott, ?while in the performance
. of his duty, at the corner of Ashley and Mill
streets, was severely beaten in the face and his
eyes blackened with a bottle, and clubs, by a
rowdy party of negroes, whom he Bently
requested to be l?sa noisy. He was enabled
yesterday to ascertain who the parties were,
. and, accompanied by a squad nnder a sergeant,
made an arro3t of some of the ringleaders,
who, it is to be boped, will'be dealt with a3
*" MAYOR'S COTJBT.-The colored boy who 8tole
the bacon of flitch on Tuesday from a grocery
bouse on East Bay, was sent to the House of |
> Correction for ten days.
A young colored man who beat a small black
boy for keeping his bag of, potatoes, because
he refused to pay the full fare for rowing him
over tho river, was fined $10, and ordered to
make up the difference; he refused to pay in
Several United States soldiers were each
freed $5 for being drunk and noisy in tbe
THE HUMORS OF BECONSTRUCTION.-Those
who wish to enjoy a rare humorous treat, and
at the same time to be instructed as to the
. true naturo and capacity of the Southern Re?
construction Conventions, will be fully repaid
by attending Mr. Cowardin's entertainment to?
night, at Sonth Carolina Hall. Mr. C., aa we
have before stated, attended the sessions of
.the Virginia Convention in the capacity of re?
porter for the Bichmond Dispatch, and it was
here that his extraordinary talent for mimicry
and delineation found such a field that he was
induced by his friends to venture forth on a
lecturing tour, upon which he has met with
brilliant auccess. rle Rives imitations of tho
amuaing speeches delivered by the negroes in
the Convention, and describes laughable scenes
?occurring there. The Virginia Convention was
. on a pit with our own, and the two were by all
.odds the most peculiar of the assemblages
gathered together in the South for the so-call?
ed purpose of reconstruction. Many of our
people, although desiring to witness the scene,
were unwilling, for obvious reasons, to attend
the Convention Hall here. They have now an
opportunity of witnessing a truthful represen?
tation of a kindred spectacle, which they should
not miss. Ticke ts may be had to-day at Holmes'
-Book House, at John Russell's, King-street,
and to-night at the doors.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 25-Pavilion
Hotei-Z. Thomas, Oraogeburg, S. C.; W. H.
.Nevel,Blackville, S. C.; G. Prister, Buford's
Bridge ; T. J. Counts, Barnwell, 8. C. ;
Dr. 8. B.? Lewis, Lexington, 8. C.; J. N.
Withers, Winnsboro', 8. C.; J. H. Wore, Honea
Path; P.. M. Cain, Sumter, S. C.; A. M. Heeder,
Newberry, 8. C.; L. Brown, Blackville. 8. C.;
W. L. Lee, Lewisville, 8. C.; James Branmore,
Kershaw. S. C.; W. E. Bugs:, Darlington, S. C.;
A. M. Peebles, Pocotaligo, S. C.; J.K. China
-and lady, Kingstree, 8. C.
Charleston Hotel-D. A. Adams, South Caro?
lina; J. P. Weston, South Carolina; L. A. Hen
.drix, Bates ville; Joseph McNamore, Orange
burg, 8. C.; Mrs. Whitner and daughter,
South Carolina; A. Hart, Washington, D. C.;
T.P. Darlington, Philadelphia, Penn.; A. W.
Latham, South Carolina; C. T. Wilson, South
Carolina; Felix Luford, New York; G. Johnson
Hagood, Barnwell; E. W. Everson, Columbia,
S. C.; W. H. Barrite, New York; James P.
Cowardin^Richmond; A. C. Spain and lady,
Darlington, 8. C.; Che3ter Guild and wife,
BoBton; R. S. Reese, Florence, N. C.; T. B.
-Elise,, N^w York; M. D. Montague, Mississippi.
PUNISHMENT BY TOBTT/RE.-A crowd was col?
lected yesterday about the guardhouse on
Citadel Green, to witness tho Bpectaclo of seve?
ral soldiers belonging:' to the garrison being
tied up by the thumbs.
ABBEST or A BTJBGLAB.-John Washington,
colored, who broke into and robbed the resi?
dence of Mr. Lowndes, corner of Warren and
Thomas-streets, about two weeks ago, was ar?
rested yesterday in one of the shanty restau?
rants at the -oot of Market-street.
THE THEATBE-E.\sr LYNNE.- Notwithstand?
ing the inclemency of the weather there waa a
ful, house last night to witness the perform?
ance of East Lynne, by Gilbert's excellent
company. This play ?alls for a great number
and a great variety of characters, and developed
tho strength of the troop to advantage. Miss
Alice Harrison, Mrs. Cole and La Petite Al?
berta. Bcemod to be tho favorites of the audi?
ence. To-night the play is "Leah, tho Forsa?
BASE BALL.-The deciding game between
the Carolina and Eclipse Clubs came off yes?
terday afternoon, as per agreement, aud re?
sulted in favor of the latter club. Wc append
tho score :
O. R. O. R
McNeltv, p.2 2 Bolger, c.2 2
Lalane, 2b.2 2 Frynu, lb.2 2
Smith, c.1 3 Stuicken, 3b.1 3
Fisher, lb.4 1 McClure, li.1 3
Chupein, 3b.1 2 Piaspohl, p.1 3
Lock, rf.2 2 Brandt, cf.4 0
Follin, cf..2 2 Piaspohl, 2b.2 2
Mct?ary, If..1 0 Cronan, rf.2 1
Ionings.1 2 3 4 5'
Carolina. 4 2 4 0 5-15
Eclipse.10 1 2 3 0-16
THE COTTON TB ADE OF ALABAMA.-The
value of our new lailroad connection with Sel?
ma is steadily Bhowing its importance, and the
shipment of cotton alluded to in the following
paragraph left this city in the favorite side
wheel steamship' Charleston, of the Adger
line, for Now York, on Tuesday afternoon, and
will reach that eily, with good weather, in
about fifty hours. The paragraph is from tho
Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist, of yesterday :
Two hundred and fifty bales of cotton were
shipped from Solma, Alabama, on Friday and
Saturday, 20th and 21st of November, arrived
at Augusta on the evening of the 23d, and left
for Charleston, were landed there on the 24th,
and left that city by st ea n for New York that
afternoon, and will be landed in New York on
Friday morning, tho 27th--less than one week
from Selma to New York, by way of Rome,
Kingston, Atlanta? Augusta and Charleston.
CHARLESTON BAOES XS "THE OLDEN TIME."
A Now York contemporary has unearthed some
ancient newspaper files, from which it presents
copious extracts. In alluding to the pre-rovo
I lutionary era, it says :
Charleston was then ono of the four largest
cities in "North Amenca.and was surpassed by
none for the wealth and culture of its citizens,
the elegance of its private residences, and thc
re?nenxent of its society. One of the favorite
pastimes "of this aristocratic community was
noree-racin'g/and race week was the gala week
of the season. It preserved this distinction
on the local calendar down to the breaking out
of the lato civil war. In the Journal of April
21 appears the following intelligence from
"Last month the great match for one thou?
sand pounds was run at Charlestown, in South
Carolina, by Hr. Lynch's Noblo, a native,
esteemed as the Childers of tho South, and
Cen tine!, a horse, late the Duke of Ancas te rs.
The general opinion, at starting, was in the
former's favor, and luge sums were betted, but
the foreigner, after very severe struggles, at
length proved victorious, lt was decided in
two four-mile heats, which afforded mora sport
than all the cjntests ever seen in Carolina."
RAMIE.-A FINE SPECIMEN AT THE NEWS
OFFICE.-A handsome specimen of the prepar?
ed fibre of this plant may bereen in the ellice
of THE NEWS. It was brought from New
Orleans and presented to us by Mr. J. D.
Budds, who ha3 been on an extensive and, we
are happy to say, successful tour through the
Southern and Southwestern States, in the in?
terest of his paper, the Gazette. In connec?
tion with tho opportunity thus afforded of cv
amining the fibre, the following facts in rege rd
to ramie, though not new, will be read with
Ramie ia a native of the Island of Java, and
was first brought to Europe for investigation in
1844, where it received the botanical name of
Beehmeria Tenacissima. Since that time
every encouragement has been given to produ?
cers in the East Indies ; and tho result is
that a considerable quantity is annually re?
ceived in Europe and manufactured into
fabrics of the finest quality.
Since its introduction into tho United States
in March, 1867, it has excited much interest
among Europeas manufacturers. The supply
from the East iq entirely inadequate to fill the
demand, and unequal to the fibre here produced
in quality; they are, therefore, very desirous
of seeing ramie successfully cultivated in some
country where the yield will be large and regu?
The soifand climate of the Southern States
are particularly adapted for the cultivation of
ramie, which requires a loose, san ly soil and
In any of tho Cotton States ramie can be har?
vested at least three times a year; each harvest
or cutting will produce between niue and
twelve hundred pounds, making an average
annual crop of about throe thousand pounds of
crude unprepared fibre, worth at present iu
Europe ten cents specie per pound; in prepar?
ing the fibre for manufacturing purposes it
loses about one-half, and increases in value to
sixty-five cents per pound.
The fibre, when prepared for the spinner, is
beautifully white, soft and glossy, closely re?
sembling floss silk in appearance; it is much
stronger than the best flax, and readily receives
the most difficult dyes without iujury to its
strength or lustre.
UNITED STATES CIBCTIT COUBT FOB SOUTH
CABOLTNA-HON. GEO. S. BBYAN, PRESIDING.
In bankruptcy, Tuesday, November 24,18G8, at
Columbia, S. C.:
In ro John Dye, bankrupt, ex parte J. A. Ros
borough. Petition to establish lien. Hemp
hill, pro pet. An order giving leavo to the
petitioner to establish his lien before J. W.
dawson, Registrar Fourth Congressional Dis?
trict South Carolina, &c.
In re E. C. McClure, ex parte Nicholas Colvin
and J. W. Wilkes. Petition to establish lien.
Hemphill, pro pet. Same order ita,above was
granted by the Judge.
In re W. L Cherry, ex parte W. W. Jordan,
J. L. Adgers and W. Knox. Petition to estab?
lish lien. Hemphill, pro pet. Judge granted
the 6ame order as above.
In re E. R. Mills, ox parte J. L. A<rura. Pe?
tition to establish hen. Hemphill. pro pot.
Judge granted samo order as above.
In re E. R. Mills, ox parte H. H. Dunian, C.
T. Ker. Petition to establish liens. Hemp?
hill, attorney pro pet. Same order was granted
as in the above case.
In re S. H. Myers & Co., bankrupts. Peti?
tion tor meeting of creditors and salo of pro?
perty. W. S. Monteith, attorney pro pct.
Jpon hearing the petition, aud o? motion of
attorney pro pet. the Jud^e signed order for
sale of property on the first day of 3Iay next,
and8econd meeting of creditors on the fourth
day of May next.
Ex parte William M. Nicholson. Petition for
voluntary bankruptcy. S. P. Hamilton, attor?
ney pro* pet. On hearing the po ition tho
Judge sigued order ol reference to W. J. Claw
son, Registrar Fourth Congressional District,
In Equiiy.-C. J. Radford vs. Alex, McBec
and James P. Boyce. Bill for account and re?
lief, tiulhvan & Stokes, complainant's solicit?
ors. Messrs. Melton & Mcltou, for W. K. Eas
ley, defendant's solicitor, moved that thc de?
cree pro con/em be set aside, and that the
defendant havo further time to plead, answer
or demur. The consideration of which was
postponed till Wednesday, ll o'clock A. M.
There being no further business, the court
PRESENTATION or A TESTIMONIAL.-On Mon?
day evening next three beautiful pieces of
silverware, a pitcher, waiter and goblet, will
be presented at the Market Hall to a distin?
guished officer of the Fire Department. The
articles have been handsomely engraved, and
will be on exhibition on Monday, at the jewelry
store of Mr. James Spear, King-street.
THANKSGIVING DAV.-To-day being Thanks?
giving Day, tho banks and customhouse will
be closed, and probably most of the stores and
other places of business. Services will be held
in tho morning at the First and Second Bap?
tist Churches, at the Glebe-street Presbyterian
Church, and we presume in most of the other
city churches. There will be service at nirrbt
at the Second Presbyterian Church (Dr.
Smythe's). THE NEWS will be published to?
morrow as usual.
If you want cheap BUitf BooiJ;
If you want cheap Stationer), Envelope!, Paper.
kc; or Miller's-Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
WE CALL ATTENTION to the advertisement of
Mr. John Commins, No. 131 Meeting-street, nearly
opposite tho market, where he offers Unit ed Stales
Government Mcclellan Saddles and Harness, lit:Ie
used, at one-quarUr their cost It is certainly worth
the consideration of all who ar? engaged in agricul?
tural pursuits to call and oximine them.
November 5 <hm8
THE ALPINE HAT.-This semi-military black
felt hat, which Steele, the leader of hat fashions, in ?
traduced a few weoks ago, seems to govern the hat
trade, and all the other hat bouses have had to adopt
It is about four inches deep in the crown, and
creased in on top like the army hat, with a band two
and a hali inches wide; and he sells extra ?ne ones
at three dollars and fifty cents.
Strangers visiting the city should never fall to
visit Steele's Hat Hall, No. 313 King-street, noticing
if the big hat hangs over the door. th'2
MESSES. KLTNCK & WICKENBERG.-This old
and well established Charleston firm, which for a
long serios of years, through peace and through w.r,
have made the northeast corner ot Broad and
Church streets one of the principal coutres of the
grocery trade, still continue, as they have ?ver done,
to keep one of the most extensive and best f elected
stocks of groceries in the city. Ibey are determined
not to lose tho reputation for having best quality
groceries at lowest market prices. By reference to
their advertisement to-day, it will be seen that they
held out great inducements for patronage,
DEPASTURE OF THE BALTIMORE STEAMER.
The fist and commodious steamsh'p Falcon, of the
Baltimore and Charleston line, Courtenay k Tren
holm, Agents, will re?oive freight to-day until two
P. M., and will sail at three P. M., precisely, from
Union wharves, where she now lies.
CHOICE GREEN A.X? DLACE TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
BANK BILLS WANTED.
HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR A LIMITED
amount of Bills of the BANK OF THE STATE,
old issue. Z. B. OAKES,
November 20 2 No. 4 Broad-streo1.
Q E O K G I A
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
JAMES 8. BOZEMAN.President J
D. F. WILLCOX.Secretary
PARJTICIPATING POLICIES RECEIVE THREE
QUARTERS OF THE PROFITS.
SCRIP OF 18C7 TAKEN UP,
BY ORDER OT THE BOARD OF DIRECTOR j
Policy Holders in this Company are hereby notified
that the Scrip of 1867 ls now receivable in PAYMENT
OF PREMIUMS, and they are invited to avail them
selves of this advontago in renewing their Policies, or
in securing further Insurance.
Apply to HUTSON LEK, Agent,
No. 3 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
November 16 thetu6
lints, (Pils, <&c.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEUOSENE LAMPS AND FIXTP1OS.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES
Sio. 803 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL, WANDO,
OHICORA AND ET1WAN.
WM. M. B. i CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE LB AND OF BRILLIANT
August ?9 Die stuth 3mos
JPo4. 3 ?fticac/ ant/ St
x^Bcnoqianu in th /ate?t and
Pg ?0Ou9, (EiC.
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS U\V? J5ST RECEIVED,
per Steamship Champion, a full line ot
FRENCH 31 EU IN OES,
? NOLIS H CLOTHS, and
FANCY JJ RESS GOODS,
vfn'cb they ?ut md opening at astonishingly low
prices. An eai ly call is solicited. We led confident
that every customer will leave the store fully satis
fiol that we have only Haled fae ta.
CARTMILL, HARBKSOR & CO.,
Ko. 254 KLNG-3 TREET.
November 13 thsui
HABBI*' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, ALL
sizes, ia Black, White. Light and Drab Colors.
Also, the Lon.,- Doublo Hutton KID GLOVES, tor
evening wear. Just received per 1 isl steamer by
J. R. Ri-AD k CO.,
Asonts for Harris' Seamless Kid Gloves
November lt) thstulmo
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING ANOTHER LOT OF
desirable stvles and colors of single width
MIXED POPLINS at 35 cents per yard. Wo also in
vite attentiou to our selections ol Choice Finer Dress
Goc-ds in IRISH POPLINS. FUENCH MERINOS.
EMPRESS t'EOTH-J, BLACK AND COLOBED
SILKS, kc, ftc. J. R. READ k CO.
November 1!) thstulmo
?TEW YORK MILL"*. WAMSOTTA, MASON
S VILLE, ANDROSCOGGIN, BARTLET 1?, and
other line brands ol LONUCLOTH just opcued, and
offoriugat the lowest market cash rrwes.
Wc invito special attention to ourLONGCLOTHS,
and will g naran toe thc prc: s of tho samo to be as
low as at anv other establishment in tue city.
J. R. READ k CO.
November 19 thstulmo
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
BLAPK AND COLORED CLOTH CLOAKS IN
EVERY VARIE IY
LONG AND SQUARE BROCHE SHAWLS
PRINTED CASHMERE SHAWLS
BINGI E AND DOUBLE WOOLLEN SHAWLS
BLACK MERINO AND 3 UIBET SHAWLS.
CHINCHILLA CLOTH?. WHITE AND COLORS,
FOR LADIEV CLOXK-*.
For sale cheap. J. R. RKAD k CO.
November 19 thstulmo
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
LA DI KS' FANCY SCARFS
Together with mauv new and cho'ee novelties in our
Fancy Gx>d4 Department.
J. lt. BEAU A: CO.
November 10 thstulmo
Q II EAP
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL. WE Ul) ? CO.,
Nos. 237 AND 239 KING-STREET.
/till ou?) illintrr f?oote.
O S 1 RUY, t? L O V E S,
FURNISHING (?GODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN ?. FAIRLY & CO..
A" O . 3 7 ii A Y 2? E- S T R E E T,
DEO TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
city and country ca.sronier^, aa.i the trad'! generally,
to their complete and attractive assortment ot the
above mentioned Goods.
Cur PUR'lH.WSU PARTNER i* oonstautlv in the
NEW YORK MARKET,and weare thereby enabled
lo offcsjpcculiar advantage* to our customers in both
Sty Ivs and Brices.
We would also invite a-i ixiniiuation of
Cu LEY'.'i VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE OXir FAULTLESS SKiBT MADE.
For.which W-: arc SiLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 CAC thstu3mo
?VT E W V A L L
ll 'INTER GOODS,
F O R G E :>' I L E M E N ,
THE FI ".EST STOCK IN TUM t ITV.
M E N K E & M ULLES
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOL'N :iVO THAT .
tin-y h.i' e fp- ui il i.t their New Establishment, .
No. 32? KINi'-SlRE.iT. opposite society, rim lino-;*
Mock of FALL KSD W1NT1?K GOODti fnr Gentle
men's ?car which em bc lound tu the eltv, em brae- f
mu'thc Choicest BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH I>n.-;a
sKINs, VELVET, A NI? SILK VESTINGS, ire , which . '
?ill be made ;\:> to order. | ,
Thoy liavt' also on h.ind a large assortment ol'. J
READY-MADE CLOTHING, ot nil descriptions, ]
solee teil vxith great caie, and oftl c verv late-t styles, j
consisting of Business ?na Dress SU?:H, Overcoat, I
kc, and a full siocl; ot" alexandre's Kid. Cas-imere j
and Buckskin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts aud other Fur- I
nisbtng Goods. |
Satisfaction guaranteed ia every case, and prices ]
to suit the times. A.MENKE.
(formerly of DOBBAUK .t MENK?.) ,
D. MULLER. 1
(Formerly of MOLLEE BBOTHEBS.)
October 13 ruths 2mos
1? Sait ?&m SPtoti?,
mo-if. Ja?ntona?lo ??u??.
|lrn ?anos, <?tr.
4 3 7 1
QHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORSER VF CALHOUN ANO KING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED.
anO are receiving, by every steamer, large Invoices of
the OHE?PEST FALL GOOD.i which have ever been
oilered in ibis market. City as well as country buy?
ers can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods from the above firm.
A lot of Dross Goods, lrom 20 to 25 cents per yard
Best Irbh Poplin.?, from 30 to 60 cents per yard
calicoes, at 10, 12,'i ?nd 13 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from $125 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only ?1 per yard
Drowu linen Damask, only 6U cents per >ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 25 up
A large assortment ol White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will be sold from S3 ip
Colored Quilts, from SI 75 to 52
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1, 11-4, 12-4, from S2 50
Ladies' English Hose, without seams, from 37 to 50
Satinets, from 50 to 75 cents
A large qanhty ol tho latest atvlc of Casalmcrc?, from
31 to (150
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from SO to S3 50
A variety of Shaw.s, at $2, $2 50. S3, $3 50, 54, and So
Brown and White Shirting, at 10, 12,'; and 15 cents
Also, fine branches of White shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear at different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to CO cents
The nest French Corsets, from 75 cents to SI
The latest style of Felt a id Straw Bats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, ic, at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empresa Cloth, only 8JC
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50c up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from 53.00 up
Ladles and Men's Kid Gloves only $1.00
jj?-Remember the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that we have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SBOE-?, HATS,
TRUNKS, ic, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
S?T ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
F UIIC H GOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-sTREET.
September 21 3mo
DRY GOODS !
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO RE HO VING TO 0UR~SPA
No. 270 King aud No. 67 Hasel
IT7E WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK, WHICH
VT is complete lu every department, and pur?
chased for cash at the late
AUCTIONS AND BANKRUPT SALES IN
At less than gold cost of manufacture or importa?
Spoc'al attention is called to su invoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will be sold low to close consignments.
Wo respectfully and confidently invite country
merchants and our c tuutry and city fiicuds to ex?
amine oar Stock before purchasing elsewhere. A
large saving guaranteed.
MoLOY & RICE,
So. 369 Kl.\G-STRKET,0*E DOOR BE?
November 16 Inn
30,000 FRANCS ! !
Itt AR Dfcl* THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'.1
FAIR. Loudon ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Pans;
WINNER OF TUE WAGED
($6,(100 IN GOLDI.
it thc recent International Contest ia thc Paris Ex?
Tho public are invited t? ca:l an.l examine the re
iort ot the Jury <>n tl o mer.'.j o? tb^ ?rcat contort,
Dd >tc thcofli ixl award to tao Herring's Patent
?ver all others.
BERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN.
Ko 2">1 Broad*ay, corner Murrav-st., New York.
'ARREL, HERRING i CO.. ( HERRING i CO.
Phi'adclphia. ) ChLago.
IERRING FARREL i SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock ou hand by
BALKER. EVANS & C0G?WELL,
<0i. 3 BROAD AND 1?9 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo.
Carpels, Crockery, Glassware, Breakfast,
Dinner and Tea Sets, Furniture, Stoves,
?j-c. Also, Horses, Mules, Buggy, Cart
Will sell, at No. 13? Meeting-street, TO-MORROW',
THE ABOVE. Also, oo account of all concerned,
200 dozen LADIES' HATS, Tobacco, Ac. Also, an
AWNING. November 26
Special Sale Flated and Fancy Goods.
BY JOHN G. XILXOS & CO.
TO-MORBOW, 27th Instant, at 10 oVo-k, will ba
sold at our Auction Salesroom, No. '.35 Meeting
AN INVOICE OF FANCY GOODS,
PLATED CASTORS, Butter 1 isb.es, Icc Pib-her,
Opera Ghss, Table, Dessert and Tea Spoons, Dessert
Forks, Napkin Kings, Tea Kuives, in cases, Su?ar
Shells, gets Knives and Forks, Carvers, Ivory Han?
dle Knives, Razors, cream Ladles, Envelopes, Note
Paper, Looking Glasses. Fancy Button", Oil Cloth
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOOD?,
FEINTED SATINETS, Black Satinets, Blue and
Fancy Plaids, Balmoral Skirts, Gray Merino Shirts,
with a general assortment of Goods Just received by
Conditions cash. ? November 20
t.VDKK DECREE IN EQUITY.
lngraham vs. Palmer.
On THURSDAY, the 17th December nex\ at ll
o'clock, will be sold, at tho Old Customhouse.
All that PLANT \TION in the l'arish of St. John's
Berkeley, Charleston : istriet, known as tho Poplar
Hill Plantation, containing 1480 acres, more or less.
Bounding north on lands of J. C. Warley and of Mrs.
Coutrieur, east on land of the esiate of J. G. Palmer,
fouth on lauds of J. G. Palmer, anl west oa lands ol
thc estate of Potor J. Coutrieur.
Terms-One third cash; b?hn:e in one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of tho premises; the buildings to be insured
and kept insured, and the poley assigned. Purchas?
er to pay tor papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY, Master in Equity.
November 26 th*
UiVOER DECREE IV EQUITY.
Mitchell, Executrix, vs. Gourdin.
On THURSDAY, the 17th Dc-embor next, at ll
o'clock, will be sold, at tbe Old Customhouse,
All fiat one undivided moiety or half part of that
LOI OF LAND, designated by No, 1, in a pitt of a
survey ol five lo:s nia-Je by R.Q Pinckncv.Surveyor,
June 1, 1S53, with thc buildings thereon, situit? on
the nest aide of Fast Bay-street, in this city, and
known by thi No. 49; measuring on said street 34
fe-t 4 inches, on the south Une 121 feet 2 inches on
ibo west Une 33 ieet 2 inches, and on the north line
128 feet 1 inch, bc the said dimensions more or les?.
Bounding cast on East bav-strect; south on lauds
fonnerly of John Kirkpatrick; we-t and north on
lands late of the estate of Benjamin Smith.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one an i two
years, secured by bond of thc purchaser und mort?
gage of tho premises; the buildings tobe insured
und kept insured and the policy assigned. Purcha?
ser to pay for papers and stamps,
J. W. GRAY, Master In Equity.
November 26 ttil
UNDER DECREE I N EQUITY.
Tobias vs. Jeffords, et al.
On THURSDAY, the 17th December next, at ll
o'clock, will be sold at th* Old Customhouse. .
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the cast side of
East B&y-street, in ih s city, and koo.vn iu thc plan
of the said land? drawn by R. Q. Plnckney, Surveyor,
on a rcurvey dab d February, 1850, recorded in the
office of Reg. M. C., for charleston Dldrict, Book A,
No. 1, page 52, by the letter B, or No. 1. Measuring
on tho north and south Unes each 120 feet 4 inches,
inclu in? therein (he width ot an alley way 18 feet
wide, common to this and thu fur adjoining stores
and lot of land running from Geudron-street to
CordcS'Strect on tho west line, iron ting East Day
street 22 feet 2 inches, and on the cast line 22 feet 1
inch, moro or less, according to said plan; bounding
north on Gendron-street; west on East Bay-street;
south on lot lettered D or No 2, on said plan, now or
late of the estate of Catharine Proleau, and easton
land now or late ot-Napier.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve months,
secured by bond of the purchaser, and mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 23 thl Master in Equity.
UN UER DECREE INEQUITY.
English, Executor, vs. McManmon.
On TUESDAY, 1st Decembor, at ll o'clock, wlilbe
sold at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, being tbo middle Tenement of a block of build?
ings sitm te on tho north side of S toll's AUey.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in three equal
successive annual installments, with interest at the
rate of seven percent per annum, payable annually ;
secured by bond or bonds ot tho purchaser and
mortgage of tba premises, insurance of th! build?
ings aud assignment of thc policy. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 5 thitul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ex parle T. Savage Jleward, et al., Trustees,
On THURSDAY, the 10th December next, at ll
o'clock, will bo soil, at tbe Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LANK, situUo on the northeast
corner of Alexander and Chapel stree;.?, iu the City
of Charier tot. formerly the pro^rty and residence of |
Charles Heyward, Esq., meas iring 90 teet, more or
less, on Cbapcl-street, aud 77 feet, more or less, on
Alexander-street; on the east line 77 feet running
northwardly from Chapel-street, then 21 Ieet run?
ning eastwardly, than 35 feet running northwardly
to the l ack lino, anl on thc north or bick Imo 143
feet, more or less.
All that LOT lying to the north of the above, on
Alexander-.-1'cet, measuring on Judith-street (now
Alexander) 25 feet, on the bark or eastern line 30
feet, on the south Hue 143 feet, and on the north Une
lf'3 teet, be tho ta d dimensions more or loss.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in one year. Pur?
chaser to cay fur papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
November 10 thm7 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Bead vs. Read.
On THURSDAY, the 10th December n-xt, at ll
o'clock, will bc sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the three story
BBI' K HOU->E thereon, situato in the City of |
Charleston on the west side of Meeting-street; mea?
suring in front on siid street 54 teet. and in depth
231 feet from ea6t to wes*, as wiil moro particularly
appear by a survey of Joseph R. Puree'.!, made Sep?
tember, ?80G. Boundiug north on land late of Mrs.
Taggart, but now or late ot Mrs. MiUer, south on
land late of Wm. Brisbane now of Otis MiUs, east
on Meeting- streot, and west on laud now or late of
Terms-One-third cas-h, bilancc in one, tw^anl
three years, secured by bond or hoods of the pur?
chaser and mortgage b( tho pi omises, with insur?
ance of thc buildings aud ass'gument of the policy.
'Ihe mid property m iv be treated foi at private
sale until the div of sale. J. W. GRAY,
November 19 thm7 Master in Equity.
R E A T ATTRACTION
QU'NBY'S & CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON ESHIBI1ION IHK LARGEST AND
fincU Collection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in charleston. They oro perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among the collection may be found SALVATOR
Rt SA'S HKAD OF CHRIST, Corrcggo's Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowbottoms English Scenery, Baxter's
English and Irish Scenery, Views on theRhiuu, Th"
Juugfniuu, Ihe Wetterhorn, Marine Views, and
Tue public -re respectfully invited to rall and see
those beautiful Works ol Art. They are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in thc price of PORCELAIN PIC
'IUI?ES. Recent improvement! iu producing these
pictures enable us to now offer ihc u at nearly one
half the form-r prices, and ?ar ruperior. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-peria] attention given to children. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes and other pictures. Satisfac?
tion in all eases guaranteed, and at prices to corres?
pond with the times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
TORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reduced Prices.
A tine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These are the first aud only Photographs ever taken
in that locality.
Q U I N B Y JU CO.,
No. 261 KISG-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
November 12 3mos
Boot?, Shoes and Hats.
BY MILES DRAKE.
TO-MORROW, 27th inst., at 10 o'clock I wiU sel!, at
my Store, corner of King and Liberty-streets.
CO cases BOOTS AND .SHOES, just received,
Cases MEN'S Al WAX 131; OG A Ns
Cases Men's K'p and Buff Brogans and Balmorals
Cases Men's Calf Congress and Oxford lies
Cases Ladies' S rge Com?ess and Polish Boots
Cases Women's Goat, Calf and Kip liootees, 3 to 7
and 5 to 9
Cartoons ot Ladies', Misses' an i Children's Congres*
Pol sh Bo its, ic.
25 cases, ISO dozen, Meu'a and Boys' HATS, as
Handsome Furniture and Household Goods,
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
On TUEaDAY next, the 1st December, I will sell at
Auction, at the resideuc; No. 1 Lucas street, at ll
A CHOICE COLLECTION OF FORNITUltE AND
CONSISTIDO ju rABT OF :
ONE VERY HANDSOME HOLEWOOD CHAMBEE
MAHOGANY WARDROBES, Bureaus, Tables,
solid Chairs, large Velvet Rocker, Bedsteads, Sofa,
Sideboard, Centre Tables, Pier Tables, Secretary and
Book Case, Card Tables, What-Not, Hat Stand, Car?
pet, Walnut Dining lanie, with Extension Leaves;
Wool, Moss and cotton Mattresses, Bolsters, Pil?
lows, India China. Tea Cups, Finger Bowls, Dish
Covers, Waiters, a large and very fine Cooking Stove,
two Parlor .Stoves, a Jodies' Side Saddle, two large
Cedar Chests, lor Blankets, icc, ic.
One FINE HARP, MUSIC-STAND and MUSIC
Condition; cash. Articles to be removed immedi?
ately after sale.
November 21 hithamtu>
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
In re Winchester Graham, ex parte L. W. Wil?
By order of his Honor George S. Bryan, Judge of
theU. S. Court tor the District of South Carolina,
I will sell in the above case, at Aiken, S. C., on
MONDAY, the 14th day of December next, the fol?
lowing BEAL ESTATE:
One-quarter interest in 29) ACRES OF LAND,
well improved ai.d situated In the Town of Aiken, on
the street leading to the Coker spring*, and known
as tho property of the late Mrs. WUUams, and on
which she resided.
Eleven LOTS in the same town, os follows:
150 by?OO feet, bounded north by Edgefield-street,
cast by Railroad Company, south by Barnwell-street,
west by Union-street.
150 by 600 feet, bounded north by Abbeville-st.,
east by Fuirfleld-slreet, south by Edgefield-street,
wost by Railroad Company street.
300 by 600 feet, bounded north by Abbeville-street,
cast by Fairfield-street, south by Edgenold-street,
west by York-street.
ISO by 600 feel, bounded north by Abbeville-street.
east by Ecrshaw-street, south by EdgeSeld-street,
weat by Railroad Company street.
150 by 600 leet, bounded on the north by Edge?
field-street. east by Sumter-street, south by Edge
field-street, west by Railroad Company-street.
30 ) by 600 feet, bounded north by North Boundary
street, east by York-street, south by Abbeville-street,
west by Chester-street.
300 i y 600 feet, bounded north by North Boundary
street, east by Kershaw-street, south by Abbeville
street, west by Union-street
300 by COO :eet, bounded north by North Boundary
street, cast by Sumter-strcct, south by Abbeville
street, west br Kershaw-street.
300 by 600 feet, bounded north by North Boundary
street, east by Horry-street,south by Abbeville-street,
west by Suniter-street.
150 by 600 feet, bounded north by Barnwell-street,
east by Fairfield-street, south by Ricbland-street,
we-t ny Roi'road Company-street.
153 by 60. feet, beu aded north by Edgefield-street,
east by Union-street, south by Barnwell-street, west
by Railroad Company-street.
One Lot of four ac-es, in the Town of Barnwell,
bounded on thc north by B. E. Brawn's lot, east by
-street, south by J. J. Ryan's lot, and west by
Terms-Oue-hulf cash: balance payabli in one
year, with interest from thc dov of ?>.!?>. Purchasers
to pay Assignee for titles, stamps, ic.
J. J. RYAN, Assignee.
Benjamin Perry, Welmuth Perry, Administra?
tor and Administratrix, vs. John Perry,
Alex. Matheson and vnfe, and others-Bill
for Injunction to Marshal Assets, Sell Land,
In obedience to the order of the Court of Equity
made in tho above stated case, at June term, 1868,
I will sell, at Lancaster Courthouse, South Caroli?
na, on thc first MONDAY in December next.
All that voluable PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF
LAND described in the pleadings, belonging to the
estate of John Perry, deceased, lying and situated in
the District of Lancaster, state ot South Carolina,
containing (6000) six thousand acres, more or less, of
No. 1 cotton, corn and grain land -, well watered and
heavily timbered, fencing in good repair-the up?
land p.o.luring finn crops of cotton, corn and small
grain, while thc extensive bottoms, lying along the
Catawba River, a c not to be surpassed. These lands
are situated in the southwestern portion of Lancaster
District, bounded by the Kershaw line, the Catawba
River, and bv lands of D. W. Brown. Lewis Patter?
son, C. L. Tillman, James ihompson, William Dixon
I WILT. ALSO SELL, FOB CASH,
On tho TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY after the first
Monday in December, at tho former residence of
the said John Perry, deceased, in Lancaster Dis?
trict, near Liberty Hill.
AU the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the
estarfe of said deceased. Evert thing usually kept on
a large and well regulated Plantation may be bought
at thfs sale.
Tho real estate above mentioned will be surveyei,
and divided bato t*o. three and four hundred acre
tracts, to suit purchasers, plats of which will be ex?
hibited on day of salo.
Terms-So much cash as will pay the costs of suit
and expenses of sale. The balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, with interest, to be due and pay?
able annually, from day of sale. Purchaser to give
bond, with two or more good securities, and a mort?
gage of the premises. Purchaser to poy for stamps
and papera. Terms mu?t be complied with on day
of fije, or the properly will bo resold on day of sale
at the risk of the former purchaser.
K. G. BILLINGS, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lancaster Courthouse, S. O.,
Jesse C. Miller, Administrator, vs. George
W. Hicks and Wife, et al.
By virtue of a decretal order made in this cause-, I
will sell at Barnwell Courthouse on MONDAY, the
7th day of December next,
The following described TRACT OR PARCEL OF
LAND, belonging to the Estate of Jesse C. Miller, de?
ceased, containing 4000 acres, more or less, situate,
lying and being in the County of Barnwell, and
bounded north by lands of Richard Bradley, Robert
Bradley and 'Ihomaa Youmans, south by landa of
Josiah S. Walker, W. D. JacKf-mand Robert Martin,
and west by lands of Johu 3. Cater and Robert
The above Lands w?ll \? J?? 0~ m ,"oar 0r mota
separate bm cb, plats of walch will be exhibited and
defcrib.ri on the day of sile; on ono of which will ba
a SAW AND GBIvf MILL, with valuable Manchln
cry, all complete with the exception of a small
break in the billi Dam.
Terms ot Sale-For cash enough to pay the costs
of the suit and expenses of tho sala; purchasers to
give their bonds, with two or more goo? securities, on
credit of twelve months from tho first day of Janu?
ary next, bearing interest from that date; tit'es to be
executed, but not d-livered until the whole of the
purchase money ls paid, and if not paid when due,
tho Commi.-sioner to resell the premises for cash, at
the ri-k of the purchasor. Purchaser to pay for
papers and necessary revenue stamps.
J. PALTEHSON, Commisfioner.
Commissioner's O?fce, November 5, 1863.
JUrtioneera1 prioate S?ts.
BY MILLIGAN & SON,
No. 32 Vendue Range,
At Private Sale
1 Large WORK HORS?, about eight years old.
pericctly gentle, and warranted to work in any har?
ness. Apply as above. Ihs2 November 26
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 50 Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation and healthy locations aU the
>eR!CE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
all parts of the state.
CITY PROPERTY of ever} description.
November 2 3oao9.
garnfss fiiii) S??Mes.
TJMTED STATES GOVERNMENT
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
AT ONE-QUARTER THEIR COST.
2000 MCCLELLAN SADDLES
2000 SITS HARNESS,
For sale by JOHN COMMINS,
No. 131 Meeting-street,
Nearly opposite the Market.
November5 . thma