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y Meeting* Thia Day.
Masonic Fair Association, at half-past 7 P. M.
Catholic Institute, at half-past 7 P. M.
iEtna Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
dry goods, clothing, Ac.
Knox, Daly A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
store, cotton ploughs, seed presses, Ac.
John Q. Mllnor A Co. win sen at io o'clock, at
their store, French corsets, worsted hoods, Ac.
To oar Friend? tn the Country.
The strides walch Tux NEWS has made In cir?
culation, especially in the country, within the last
twelve months, encourage us to redouble our
efforts to make lt such a paper as everybody wants
to read, and a visitor which shall be welcomed in
every household ia the State. There ls no good
reason why a Uve Charleston newspaper, which
steps pace with the progress and spirit -of the
day, and is published at a price which places it
within the reach of ali, should not, with proper
mall facilities, attain a circulation of Thirty
Thousand copies; and we can promise that no ex?
ertions or enterprise shall be wanting on our part
to make the regular edition Of this Journal ap?
proximate to that fig"re.
As a peculiarly attractive inducement to the
planters of the State to become subscribers to
TUB Nsws before the expiration of the present
year, ve have arranged with Messrs. Walker,
Brans A Cogswell, the publishers of thc " Rural
Carolinian," to supply that new and superb agri?
cultural magazine, together with THE NEWS, at
the foUowlng very low rates:
Tax DAILY NEWS and the " Rural Carolinian,"
one year, for six dollars and fifty cents.
TBS TKI-WSEXLY MEWS and the " Rural Caroli?
nian," one year, for four dollars.
Subscriptions to the two publications may be
sent either to the proprietors of THE NEWS, or to
Ahe proprietors of the "Boral Carolinian." Bnt
parties desiring to avail themselves of this offer
must do so before the first of January next, as
the arrangement win not be extended beyond
When these rates are contrasted with those of
the Charleston papers before the war, when the
yearly price of a dally was ten dollars, and of a
tri-weekly five doyars, In gold, or Its equivalent,
we think we may fairly claim that THE NEWS has
labored to some purpose in the diffusion of intel?
ligence among the people at prices salted to the
.changed aspect of the times.
PERSONAL.-Mr. Samuel T. Polnetr, editor of
the Spartanbnrg Gazette, ls ia the city.
ENTERTAINMENT.-The Bniderllchebund wIU
give their first entertainment of the season to?
night. It will doubtless be a most pleasant affair.
THE CHEAPEST YET.-THE NEWS Job Office ls
now printing bUl-headA ia the best style and on
Une paper,'at $250 per thousand. Merchants, think
R(/HOKED RESIGNATION.-It is rumored that one
of the Aldermen ls so thoroughly disgusted with
the recent action of Council that he win not
serve m that body any longer, but win send ia
his resignation at an early day.
MESSES. STENHOUSE A Co., of our city, who
have a branch of their house ia Savannah,
have, we notice, been renovating and refitting
their store at that place.
MEETING or Coes CIL-A special meet ID - of the
City Council was held last night. A roil report of
the proceedings, which were very interesting,
?Ul bo found on ouvjourth page.
MAGISTRATE BUNCH'S CASE.-The Investigation
of the charges against Magistrate Bunch were re?
sumed and concluded yesterday before Magis?
trates Kanapaux and De Large. The decision,
flrhich has not been made public, of the commis?
sion, win be sent to the Governor for his approval.
CROWDED.-The press of advertising compels ns
to defer communications and other matters of
considerable interest. Bat THE NEWS advertise?
ments are always interesting reading matter,
from their freshness and the amount of Informa?
tion they convey to the pubUc. The rush of ad?
vertising ls also a healthy and encouraging sign,
as showing unmistakably the commencement of
a brisk fall trade.
DEAF, Dens AND BUND ASYLUM.-The Colum?
bia Phoenix understands that Governor Scott has
decided anon the resumption of studies m the
Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum at as early a pe?
riod as possible, and that the foUowlng appoint?
ments have,, been made: Superintendent, Mr
J. M. Hughston; Matron, Mrs. Ann R. Neagle;
School for Mutes, Mrs. W. B. North, principal:
Mrs. Jane J. Rogers, assistant; School for the
Band, W. B. North, assistant teacher and teacher
BABS ATTRACTIONS FOB THE LADIES,-Messrs.
J. R. Read A Co. have Jost opened their fall and
winter stock, comprising a splendid array of dress
goods, laces and embroideries, gloves, hosiery
and fancy goods. They have a great variety of
the latest novelties in cloaks and shawls, which
being either of their own importation or of their
own manufacture, are offered at the lowest
figures. For further particulars see their adver?
tisement ia another column, or better stUl, pay a
visit of inspection to their flue establishment, In
King street, opposite Hasel street.
ACCIDENT TO JUDGE CARPENTER.-On last Satur?
day morning Judge R, B. Carpenter met with an
accident In New York. While stepping off a train,
a freight car of another train passing slowly by,
struck bim on the shoulder, fortunately mulcting
only a slight bruise. The Judge was seen walk?
ing about a few minutes alter the occurrence, and
when asked about it, said that his shoulder was
only a Uttle sore, and he regretted that the acci?
dent had occurred, because it prevented him
from going to Orangeburg, where he had to open
court on Monday, it ls expected that the Judge
will be here ia a day or two.
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEORGE S. BRYAN,
JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The District Court met at
ll o'clock yesterday.
In the cases af N. A. Greene md W. B. Bell, o
Laurens, the Judge approved ..u appointment of
S. Young as assignee.
In the cases of E. W. Byram, J. L. Dawson and
Andrew Smith, of Anderson, the Judge approved
the appointment of Joseph C. Whitfield as as?
In the case of James Seigler, of Lexington, the
Judge approved the appointment of G. C. Haiti
wanger as assignee.
. The Court then adjourned.
"GERMAN SOOT ETY or SOUTH CAROLINA.-On
Tuesday last a meeting of a number of oar oldest
German citizens was held to form a Genuas
society, similar te those which exist in prominent
cities of America, for the purpose of relief and as?
sistance (or the German immigrant and the es?
tablishment of an employmen office, and corres?
pondence with sister societies in America and
Germany. The foUowlng gentlemen were elected
efflcers: President, John A. Wagener; First vice
President, John Hurkamp; Second vice-President,
John M. Ostendorff; Treasurer, WUUam Brunjes;
Secretary, John D. Zerbst; Directors, E. H. Stell?
ing, A. Stemm ermann, A. Bischoff, John C. ot jen;
Agent, M. H. Kappelmann.
THE THEATRE.-Bat three more nights remain
cf the engagement of the weil organized stock
company which Das opened the Charleston
amusement season In so creditable a manner.
The audiences, we are glad to say, have general?
ly been good, and the acting, if not faultless, has
always been of a character that we feel justified
in commending to our sister Southern communi?
ties before whom the company may chance to ap?
pear. Last night "AU that Gutters is Not Gold,"
was presented ia very good style. "StUl Waters
F.cn Deep" is down on the h?ls for to-night.
Hiss Kate Raymond takes a benefit to-morrow
evening, when she will appear in the favorite
play 9? "The French Spy."
THE STRIKE OF THE TAILORS.
In this city there are about a hundred
journeymen tailors, nearly all of them color?
ed. They have p. protective Union, similar
to the Longshorenen's Union, which caused
the strike on th J wharves a few days ago.
and has done sr much harm-in the name of
I justice to the working men-to the white and
colored laborers of Charleston. At thc rates of
wages In force, the best hands amongst journey?
men tailors could make from ' eighteen dollars to
twenty-four dollars a week- The tailors, how?
ever, wer? of the opinion that they should have
higher] wages, and on last Monday week the
Union notified the merchant tailors that they
must pay more or submit to a strike of their
workmen. The advance asked for amounted to
from twenty-five to thirty-three per cent, on the
old prices. As the merchants could not consent
to go as far as this, the hands "struck" on Mon?
The merchant tailors were anxious to do all
that they could to satisfy the journeymen, and
after a free consultation agreed upou the follow?
ing scale of prices, which was communicated
to the strikers on Tuesday :
CHARLESTON, October 12.
At a meeting of the merchant tailors of this
city, held on the llth instant, the following scale
of prices was adopted by them and will be ad?
Fine cloth or beaver overcoats, double
Fine cloth or beaver overcoats, single
breast. 9 00
Fine cloth or beaver sack over coats. 8 00
Tweed, melton, or ordinary cassimere over
sacks. 6 00
Tweed, melton, or ordinary cassimere over
sacks, double breast. 7 00
Fine cloth frock or dress coats, double
breast. 9 00
Fine cloth frock or dress coats, single
breast. 7 60
Fine cloth morning or walking coats. 7 00
All business coats of melton, cheviot, and
all kind of mixed coatings. 6 00
Fine cloth or beaver sacks. 6 00
All ordinary sacks, same material as busi?
ness coats. 6 00
Skeleton coats. 6 0Q
Skeleton sacks. 4 oo
Alpaca sacks... soo
Pants, black or colored, fine or ordinary... 2 oo
Double breasted vests. 2 60
Half donble breasted or single breasted
vests. 1 75
Men's jackets. 5 00
Youths' Jackets from.$2 50 to 3 50
Youths' sacks from.$3 00 to 4 00
Youths' pants and vests from.fl 00 to 1 50
Capes from.$2 50 to 5 00
Legglns, full length. 1 75
Short gaiters. 1 00
Ko extras allowed on pants; no extra's al?
lowed for silk fronts. Extra allowed for over
fonr pockets on coats at 2?cenu> each. Each shop
will make Its own terms" with their bnshelman.
It ls proper to say that In the foregoing list an
addition has been made ?i every instance to the
old prices, and that v>e ?49 assured that at these
prices good workmen can earn from $26 to $30 a
When the strikers, who are about seventy-five
in number, learned the decision of the merchant
tailors, many of them were anxious to go to work
at once. They saw that the price offered them
was a fair day's wages Tor a fair day's work. One
of them told his old employer, with tears in his
eyes, that the board-the Executive Committee,
we presume, of the Unton-was the gt est curse
he had ever known. The Jonrneyme . owever,
had not the courage to break with ihet ti iou, and
np to last night no decision had been c"mc to.
The Board and the Union were in session both day
and night, but alt that the Journeymen ?have
gatoed so far ls the loss of several days' work anti
The merchant tailors are anxtons, we are snre,
to give the journeymen all that they can justly
demand. They have raised t!ie prices for work
without hesitation; bnt they will not go a step
further. Indeed, they cannot afford to do so
Journeymen can be hired elsewhere at about the
the prices offered to the Charleston tailors, and
unless the strikers retara to their work, the mer?
chant tailors must Hil their places. They cannot
allow work to stand still, aim customers to be
turned away, because the Union demands more
than they can afford to give; and we believe that
it is their intention, if the strike continues, to
send to New York at once for forty or fifty
We have at heart the interests of the working
men. and desire that they may be well paid for
all their work. But capital, as well as labor, has
its rights, and the workingmen who combine to?
gether to exact unreasonable terms, force the era
plovers to combine for their own protection. We
hope that this second strike will soon come to an
end. ? ^_
RESIGNATION OF DEMOCRATIC POLICEMEN.-Yes?
terday Messrs. James Sergeant, P. Sheridan and
H. R. - wicket. Democratic members or thc police
force, tendered their resignations, which were ac?
We learn that one of the negro roundsmen en?
tered charges against a policeman because he
did not salute him, but afterwards withdrew
THE PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.-Thc most definite
Information about this road that we have yet seen
ls contained in the following extract from the
proceedings of a meeting of the City Council of
Augusta, held for the purpose of hearing ad?
dresses from the supporters of the Angnsta ami
Mr. Brown, representing the Port Royal Rail?
road, stated that he represented thc New York
capital ?M?h had been invited to this enterprise.
This cap!Wf was for the purpose of constructing
the Southern Pacific Railroad and other roads, of
which the Port Royal Railroad was a link, as also
certain European steamship lines. He regarded, in
this connection, Angosta as a great railroad
centre of the South, aud said that few people esti?
mated the value of the latter road, and gave, bi
brief, bis view of Its Importance.
Mr. John Davison made a few remarks also on
the subject, and was followed by Mr. Chapman,
also of the Port Royal Railroad, who stated that
he expected to have fifty miles of this road in
running order within ninety days. It is also the
Intention of the company to establish a line of
steamships to Europe.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, OCTOBER 13.-PAVILION HO?
TEL.-R. H. Saxby, Washington, Ga.; T. D. Baker,
Rldgevllle; J. Hammett, South Carolina; J. J.
Hammons, E. M. Brand, Loganville, Ga.; E. S.
O'Brien, Barnett, Ga.; T. W. Ranuater, Pomston,
Ga.; W. S. Smith, Spartanburg, F. A. Conner,
Cokesbury; A. M. Kirkland, Southern Express
Company; T. R. Sessions, J. H. Porter, P. Mc
Quald, Georgetown; A. A. Pollock, Marlboro"; J.
M. Wright, Allenville, N. C.; Samuel F. Brown,
New York; Dr. B. H. Knotts and lady, South
Carolina; H. C. Dickinson, Barnwell; Charles
Creech, Strawberry Ferry.
CHARLESTON HOTEL.-Wm. Elliott, Beaufort:
Rev. E. 0. Logan, St. Thomas' Parish: Captain
Frlsble, Brig Cyclon"; Wm. A. Bernard, Frank
Bayh, Nev York: T. S. Hemmlngway, Black Min?
go; Isaac Morton, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; E. D. Cal?
houn, South Carolina; L.Crober, New York: Cap?
tain Wagner, City; W. J. Muldrow, Sumter.
MR. DANIEL BRIGGS, of NO. 101 East Bay, offers
for sale a burning ou, which ls beautiful, bril?
liant and perfectly safe. See advertisement.
MRS. M J. ZERNOW, who has just returned from
New York, advertises the fall opening of milli?
nery goods of the latest fashions and finest
CLACICS A WITTE advertise this morning a
large consignment of demijohns, bottles and
Casks; also cigars, coffees and all kinds of groce?
ries of the finest description.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TUE NEWS Job Office is
now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
busluess cards printed thereou, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
MESSRS. O. E. A A. S. JOHNSON advertise
this morning the opening of their new stock o?
furnishing goods aud fall ami winter clothing at
prices to suit the times. The linn was establish?
ed In 1843, and, by its liberal dealing and enter?
prise, has secured the unchanging confidence of
its customers. One thing will not be forgotten.
0. E. & A. S. Johnson manufacture in this city a
large part of their stock, thus giving employment
and support to many of our deserving and neces?
ONE or DICKENS' or Scott's Works ls present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
tury. - octa
Olotrjing an?r ?nrmsrjing (Stoobs.
Q PEN I N G .
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
OF OUR OWN SELECTION AND MANUFAC?
TURED IN CHARLESTON BY OURSELVES,
Which we have determined to sell at such prices
as cannot fall to satisfy the views of the
CLOSEST DEALERS, EITHER THROUGH
ORDER OR PERSONAL SELECTION,
Fancy Tweed Cassimeres, (Sack and
Pants). $ 7 50
Mixed Casslmere Suits. 13 00
Double and Twisted Casslmere Snits_ 16 00
Harrison's dray Casslmere Suits. 17 00
Fancy, Casslmere Suits. 17 00
Black and White Silk Mixed Suits. 18 00
Colored Scotch Cheviot Suits. 20 00
Gold Silk Mixed Suits. 25 00
Black Cloth (Sack, Pants and Vests. ll 00
Black Doeskin Casslmere Pants from.5 00 to 10 00
Colored Casslmere Pants irom.4 50 to 9 00
Colored Union Casslmere Pants
from.2 00 to 4 00
Fine Black Cloth Vest. 3 00
Fine Colored Casslmere Vests. 2 00
Waterproof Tweed Over Sacks. 10 00
CLOTHING FOR BOTTS AND YOUTHS FROM
NINE TO TWENTY YEARS OLD.
THE GENUINE STAR BRAND SHIRT
Lot 42 Star Shirt. $ 2 00
Lot 62 Star Shirt. 2 50
STAR BRAND COLLAR, $2 50 PER DOZEN.
COTTON FLANNEL DRAWERS, OCR OWN
MAKE, at $1 25.
MERINO SHIRTS FROM 76 cents to ll 60, A
Call and see us. We do not boast of having
the most expensive GOODS, but we can boast
of having th,e cheapest and best made CLOTHING
tn Charleston, and equal to the BEST CUSTOM
TERMS CASH, or city acceptance.
O. E & A. S. JOHNSON,
octl4 Itus2m09 . No. 317 KING STREET.
g U R E
In view of the many fatal accidents arising
from the use of Inferior Oils, thc undersigned
feels under obligations to his patrons, for their
long and continued patronage, to offer a BURN?
ING OIL free from all the objections attached to
Kerosene and Petroleum-beautiful, brilliant,
perfectly safe, and at the retail prices of the dif?
ferent cities North. For sale only at No. 101 East
Bay street, as long as dangerous oils are sold
elsewhere. DAVID BRIGGS.
jyO YOU WISH TO HAVE A GOOD AP?
PETITE, a relish for Food, and a perfect Diges?
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
sept 17 3m os
A.KE TIME BY THE FORELOCK.
THE RURAL CAROLINIAN
THE CHARLESTON TRI-WEBLY NEWS,
ONE YEAR, FOUR DOLLARS.
jyO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sick Headache, Sour Eructations and
Acidity o? tho Stomach ?
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
fJIHE CHEAPEST AND BEST
A FIRST-CLASS AGRICULTURAL MAGAZINE
A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, ONE YEAR,
SIX DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS
JQO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, aud awake In the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, rolls and
septl7 3mo3 USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
H R o M o S !
The largest and finest assortment of
Ever brought to this city, now on exhibition and
for sale at New York prices, at
QUINBY 4 CO.'S Photograph Gallery,
No. 261 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS taken In every style.
Entire satisfaction In all cases guaranteed.
QUINBY & CO.
oct ! Imo
Ehrt} ?oob?, (Bte.
RY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
J. R . READ & CO.,
NO. 2G3 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C
We are now exhibiting the largest and best aelectcd stock df Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS,
Laces and Embroideries, Cloak3, Shawls, Gloves, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Ribbons, Ac, that we
have ever offered, and Invite attention of purchasers, guaranteeing to sell our Goods, for cash or city
acceptances, as cheap as the cheapest.
DRESS G O O 1> H .
Our stock of Dress Goods comprises, In part. Black and Colored Silks, Irish and French Poplins,
All-wool Merinoes, Empress Cloths, Alpacas, Delaines, Poplinettes, Prints, Ac, to which we are add?
ing novelties per every steamer.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
French Laces In variety, Lace Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Embroidered Goods of every de?
scription, Edging and Insert lngs, Embroidered Sets, Infants' Embroidered Cloaks, Robes and Waists,
Embroidered Merino Sacks, together with very many other articles which may always be found in
our Lace and Embroidery Department.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
We are Sole Agents appointed In Charleston for HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, which have
no superiors. We have all sizes, from 5>i to 8, in Black, White and Colors; Berlin, Silk and Lisle Gloves
of every description, for men, women and children.
HOSIERY, best English manufacture, in great variety. Men's Half Hose, superior English,
thc best quality.
C L O A X S AND SHAWLS.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room ls replete with all the latest novelties of Ladles' and Misses' Cover?
ings. Most of our Cloaks are either our own Importations or our own manufacture, enabling us to
sell them at the lowest possible figures.
Black Cloaks In Cloth from $3 60 to $45. Colored Chinchilla, Cloth Cloaks, Black Silk Coverings,
Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Broche and Printed Cashmere Shawls, Woollen Shawls, Mourning
Shawls, Ac, ftc.
MISCELLANEOUS AND FANCY GOODS.
Ladles' Ties and Scarfs, Ribbon Bows, Gentlemen's rich Roman Scarfs, Ties and Cravats, Rib?
bons, Belts and Sashes, Perfumery, French Pomades, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Worsted Nubias and
Sontags, Infants' Knitted Worsted Sacks and Caps, Fancy Worsted Scarfs, Dress Buttons In variety,
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, ftc, Swansdown, Crape Goods, Frillings, Ruffling, and other
articles not here mentioned.
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Now offers great Inducements to buyers, who will find it to their advantage to examine our
Goods before making selections elsewhere. octu Imo
EW FALL GOODS FOR 1869,
JUST OPENED AT
TOLL, WEBB ?ic C
Nos. 287 AND 289 KING STREET.
We respectfully call the attention of the Ladles of Charleston to our New Stock of CHEAP DRY
GOODS. Every Department is full and complete In variety and in prices.
Ladies can depend on buying cheaper from us this year than they have ever done before. Our
entire Stock ls marked at a very small advance, and wc are determined to give our Customers every
advantage possible In purchasing this season.
A great many Goods have been purchased from Anction Houses and wm be sold very low.
We beg to mention a few special bargains which are selling very rapidly.
1 caseFALL DRESS GOODS at 25 cents, (worth.45 cents.)
1 case assorted Winter Poplins, 25 cents-very cheap. ,
case assorted DeLames, 20 cents.
1 case assorted Poplins at 80 and 85 cents-cheap.
1 case Changeable Poplins at 40 cents.
1 case Wlnseys (new) for Snits, 26 cents-cheap.
A large lot of T-8 Poplins at 60 cents, (worth 75 cents.)
20 packages of 7-8 Solid Colored Poplins at 40 cents-very cheap.
Choice lot of French Poplins, in the most fashionable Shades; also, a small lot of Dress Silks, in Light
French Merinoes and Empress Cloths in every Shade and at low figures.
Ladles will please call and examine onr Stocks before purchasing elsewhere.
NEW LOT OF BLACK SILKS AND BLACK DRESS GOODS.
1 bale WHITE (all Wool) FLANNEL at 30 cents.
1 bale 7-8 White Flannels at 40 cents, (worth 50 cents.)
1 bale 4-4 Super White Flannel at 50 cents-cheap.
Opera and Sack Flannels, all Shades.
All Wool Red Flannels at 25 cents, less by pieces.)
1 case assorted patterns Figured Casslmeres, for Gents' Suits, at $1-cheap.
Family Blankets lh every variety and at low prices. Special attention to a cheap White Blanket at
$3 per pair, Job.
BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK at 70 cents-cheap.
1-2 Bleached Table Damask at 50 cents, (worth 76.)
A lot of Huck Towels over one yard long at 25 cents.
Super All Linen Huck Towelling at 20 cents,
20 pieces very cheap Blrdeye Diaper, (a Job.)
Russia Diapers and Cotton Diapers.
1 case 44 Longcloths, UK cents-cheap.
Our Longcloth Stock ls the largest wc have ever shown, ranging In price from a1*' cents to 20 and
28 cents. Every piece in the host Standard Brands WARRANTED PERFECT in Texture.
CALICOES for Fall and Winter In very large variety.
Oncease very cheap IIADDKK COLORS at ll cents.
Our Stock is Full and Complete in every Department, and Consumers can Invest their funds to
advantage at the Cheap Store,
Nos. 2 87 AND 289 KING STREET.
STOLL, WEB B & CO.
(Tobacco, QTigars, &~c.
JUTANUFACJTURED AND SMOKING
TODACCO MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
No. 101 East Hay.
A general assortment of Manufactured and
Smoking Tobacco, or all grade* and style?, from
reliable manufacturers in Virginia and North
Carolina, and offered at the lowest market prices,
A FULL SUPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL DE KEPT
BY US DUBING THE SEASON.
T?ie steadily increasing demand ror
Is the best proor of its superiority over any other
THE WAILEY TIE,
For sale by
STREET BROTHERS & CO.
T AMB FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
The only reliable and first-class FAMILY KNIT?
TER ever offered to thc public. Over one hun?
dred different garments and stitches. Gold and
silver Medals at all the princlpaV Fairs in thc
United States and Europe. Lest tiing for Agents
to make UMuey on. For samples and terms ad?
dress LAMB KNITTING IL M. CO.,
septa imo Chloopee Falls, Mass.
rpiIE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX A GI UBS'
SILENT SEWING?. MACHINE.
nils Machine stands tjjifls far unrivalled as a
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and has taken the
place of over forty double thread machines in this
city. Reliable Agents wanted In all large towns
In the State. D. B. HASELTON,
No. 207 King street,
Willcox J: Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
REPAIRING as usual. mayl stuthly
CHEVRE ? X ,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting street, and Ilorlbeck's Alley,
Charleston, S. C.
Plans made toordcrand work executed promptly,
july 1 thuiGmos
Olotrjino, cmb ^nmwljmg ?oobs.
FINE FALL CLOTHING.
NOW OPENED AT
No. Q91 King Street,
CORNER OP WENTWORTH,
A large and elegant suppl/ of Fall and Winter
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Made In the best manner, comprising all the latest
styles for this fall, and offered at LOW PRICES.
LN THE STOCK ARE THE FOLLOWING:
MIXED CASSIMERE SUITS.$14 00
Double and Twisted Cassimere Suits.17 00
Fancy Cassimere Snits.18 00
Dahlia Melton Suits. 18 00
Black and White Silk Mixed Suits. 20 00
Diagonal Coating Suits.21 oo
Scotch Cheviot Suits. 24 00
Elbocuf Silk Mixed Suits. 25 00
Golden Silk Mixed Suits. 26 00
Olive MLted Melton Suits. 28 00
Chesterfield Coats at from.$12 Or) io 2d 06
Water-proof Tweed Oversacks. io oo
Melton 0 versack s. 12 SO
English Melton Sacks.15 00
Fancy Cassimere Pants at from - $5 oo to 10 00
Vests of Cassimere, Cloth, Coating. Beaver
and Velvets, at from.$3 00 to lo oe
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
To flt boys and youths from three to seventeen
years of agc, in great variety of qualities, for
School and Dress Suits.
The handsomest supply ever offered in tills city,
consisting lu part as follows:
BAJOU'S PARIS KID GLOVES, of all shades
Laport's Paris Kid Gloves, of all shades
Trifousse Paris Kid Gloves, of all shades (all cele?
Castor Beaver Gloves
Alert Cape Driving Gloves
Buckskin Walking and Driving Gloves
Tanned Deerskin Gloves
Buck Gauntlet Gloves
Suspenders of all styles, including the Russian
Brace, with Patent-lever Buckles
Paney, Colored and Black Silk Ties
Bows, Scarfs ami Cravats, such as the Dumas,
the Parisian, the New Brighton, the Shake?
speare, the Opera, Alpine, Act
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, in ail quali?
ties, including the Angola Flannel} Mermo, Lamb's
Wool, Canton Flannel and Shaker Flannel, Ac.
COLLARS of Paper and Linen, such as the
Grays, Dickens and Bismarck, of Paper; and the
Byron, Thalberg, Dickens, Egbert, Shakespeare
an l Burlingame, of Lluen.
THE STAR SHIRTS,
Noted for thetr Atting qualities aad good work?
manship. A full supply always on hand. Prices
at from $2 25 to $4.
Supplied with a large stock of new FOREIGN
IMPORTATIONS for this fall's wear, of thc most
choice styles, which will be made ap to order In
the best manner, under the care of a first-class
Prices fixed and marked on each garment.
Customers are invited to call and look through
the stock, and make their selections.
B. w. McTUREOUS. Superintendent.
Onction Bates--?rns Wat).
By JOHN 0. MILNOR A CO.
FRENCH CORSETS, WORSTED HOODS,
NUBIAS AND LADLES' WAISTS, TRIM?
MING RIBBONS, DRY GOODS, Ac.
THIS DAY, the 14th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell, at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting
A Desirable Invoice of GOODS received per Steam?
Superior French Embroidered CORSETS, Al?
paca Braid, Wo rs ted Hoods, Nubias and Waists,
No. 4 Trimming Ribbon, Blue Lionese. Cloth,
Linen Shirt Fronts, Corset Jeans, Opera Flannel,
Fancy Delaines, Hemmed and Lawn Handker?
chiefs, Printed Handkerchiefs, Wove Shirt Fronts,
Victoria Shirts, Balmoral Skirts, Unen Huck
Towels, Blue Kentucky Jeans, Sealskin Sacking,
Black Satinets. Kentucky Jeans, Flannels, Under
Shirts, Bead Head Nets, Canvas Padding, Ac, Ac
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will seri at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
Casslmere and Satinet COATS, Pants and
Vests, Merino Shirts and Drawers, Madras Hand?
kerchiefs, Linen Towels, Plain, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Watch Guards,
Ladles' Companions, Finger Bings, Shoe Brushes,
Wax Dolls, Ac.
On TO-MORROW, I will sell, 100 cases BOOTS,
Shoes and Hats, Jost received by steamships
James Adger and Champion._octl4
By KNOX, DALY A CO., No. 150 Meeting Street.
COTTON PLOUGHS, COTTON SEED
PRESSES, FAN MILL, SHOVELS,
PLATFORM SCALES. SPIN?
NING WHEEL, OIL TANKS,
Will sell THIS DAY as above, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Conditions cash. octl4
Unction Sales-future daps.
By WM. MCKAY.
ATTRACTIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
TO-MORROW, (Friday) at 10 o'clock, at my .
store, No. 136 Meeting street._oat 14 ?
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneer.
?JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
J. EDWIN MATHEWS, TRUSTEE, VS. T. SAVAGE
HEYWARD, TRUSTEE, ST AL.
Will be sold on TUESDAY. 2d November at ll
o'clock A. M., In front of the Old Customhouse,
ALL THAT LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with the buildings thereon, situate, lying and be?
ing at the southeast corner of Legare and Lam
boll streets, in Charleston, measuring and con?
taining on Legare street, as per plat of Charles
Parker, 117 feet 9 inches, and on Lamboll street
67 feet 2 Inches, more or less. Butting and bound?
ing north on Lamboll street, east on land of
Estate Wilkins, south on land of Elizabeth. M.
Smith and Margaret Savage, and west on Legare
street. . c'
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, secured by bond with Interest
at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually. Mortgage of property and in?
surance of buildings with assignment of policy.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
octl4 thStul_S. C. C.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY, Auctioneer.
?JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JAMES TUPPER, MASTER IN EQUITY, VS. JNO.
Will be sold In front of the Old Customhouse, at
ll o'lock A. M. precisely, on THURSDAY, the
4th day of November next,
All that FARM OR TRACT OF LAND, situate la
the Parish of Christ Church, Charleston County,
about six miles from the Village of Mount Pleas?
ant and on the seashore, containing 320 acres,
more or less; bounded east on Lands of John
Hamlin, southwest on Lands of Daniel Whltesldes,
northwest on Lands now or late or Estate Wil?
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two ye?rs hi bonds bearing Interest on
whole amount, payable semi-annually, secured by
mortgage o? pi&n,.itura.
octl4th4 E. W. M. MACKEY, 8. C. 0.
By W. Y. LEITCH A B. S. BRUNS, Auctioneers.
JJNDER DECREE INEQTJI?*.
H. H. WILLIAMS, ADM'R VS. GILBERT F. WIL?
LIAMS, KT AL. ?
Will be sold m front of the Old Customhouse, on
THURSDAY, the 28th day of October, A. D.
1869, at ll A. M. precisely.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate south side of Liberty street,
lu the City of Charleston; measuring'in front
on Liberty street 42 feet, on back linens feet 8 1
Inches, on east line 158 feet 4 inches, and on west
line 147 feet, more or less. Hounding north on
Liberty street, east on lands of Mordecai Coben,
Peter M. Epping and G. Jackson, north on lands
now or late of P. S. Smith and Weston lands
now or late of John May; said Lot known as No.
1 of a plat of lands of thc estate of Mordecai Cohen
drawn by Charles Parker, Surveyor, November,
1851. duly recorded lu Plat Book "A," No. ? page
70, Register Mesne Conveyance Office, Charleston
All that LOT OF LAND, situate in the Town of
Clieraw, Chesterfield County, S. C. on Market
street of the said town, and containing six Town
Lots, numbered on the plan of the said town 173,
174,175, 178,189,190, which said piece or parcel
of land ls bounded east by Huger street, south
by Market street, west by High street, and north
by Lots 187 and 176, as per plat of said Town of
Cheraw, recorded In Register's Office of the
County of Chesterfield, S. C.
Terms-One-third cash; remainder in one and
two years, secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of the property sold.
E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C,
The above described property can be treated
for at private sale until disposed of at auction.
Apply at Sheriff's Office, Charleston County,
Charleston, S. C.
jfg- Cheraw Democrat wlil please publish on
14th, 21st und 28th October, 1869, and send bill to
NEWS Office. oct7 th4
ftnctioneers' Prioate Sales.
By H. H. DELEON.
DESIRABLE AND WELL LOCATED
At Private Sale
That desirable and well located DWELLING,
situated on west side of College street, known as
No. I, containing seven upright rooms, on brick
basement, three large dressing rooms, pri?
vate stairs, hot and cold water, water closet and
bath room, gas, cisterns, Ac. With these prem?
ises will be sold a Lot, recently purchased, to the
north of same. Lot - feet front, and -feet deep.
Premises can be inspected at at any time on ap?
plication to H. H. DELEON, No. 24 Broad stu J,
where terms. Ac, can be obtained.
The LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA for this
Department, lu conformity with their Charter,
offer to loan, on unexceptionable Real Estate In thLs
city, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS, In sums of not
less., than One Thousand Dollars. Offers for same
to be left with the Secretary, at No. 255 King
street, corner of Beaufaln._octl3 2
BROKER, No. 1 BROAD STREET,
Buys and sells on commission, Bonds, Stocks,
Bank Bills, and Securities of all kinds. The high?
est market prices obtained.
Any Information desired, by letter or otherwise,
will be cheerfully given. Apply as above t". No.
1 Broad street, or through Postoffice Box 307.
Will also attend to the Investments of money In
large and small amounts.
REFERENCES.-Wagner, Huger A Co., Reeder A
Davis, G. A. Trenholm A Son, W. C. Bee A Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Companv; Pelzer, Rodgers A Co.. J. D.
Aiken and Co., George H. Walter A Co., Cohen,
Hanckel A Co., Andrew Slmonds, President First
National Hank._sept.212mog pac
HECKS ON NEW YORK
BILLS ON ENGLAND AND FRANCE SOLD.
Sterling and Francs bought
Advances on Consignments.
By LESESNE A WELLS,
oeto amos No. io Broad Street.