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* CITY AFFAIRS?
Meetings Tnis Day.
>*s-?s?^cetaa Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
^llope Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Longshoremen's union, at 8 P. M.
Auction gales Taits Davy.
Riecke <t Schachte win sell at a quarter to 10
.'clock, at their store, Vendue Range, bacon, beef,
R. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at ll o'clock,
at the old Poet office, valuable real estate.
Henry Cobla A Co. will seUat half-past ?o'clock,
at their store, barns, lard, Ac.
Knox, Daly A Co. wUl sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, furniture of a family.
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at bis store,
boots, shoes, Ac.
John O. Mllnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, carpets, dry goods, Ac.
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postoffice, Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Laurey A Alexander win sen at 10 o'clock, at
their store, pig hams, shoulders, Ac.
PERSON AL-Judge R. B. Carpenter was In the
city yesterday. '
THE CATHOLIC PAROCHIAL SCHOOL was opened
y^sterOay with eighty pupils. ' ' .
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-Testerday a
street car ran over and. killed a dog near Ann
THE CHEAPEST YET.-THE MEWS Job Office ls
now printiugT)ill-heads bi the' beat style and on
flue otper. kt ti 60 per thousand- Merchants, think
ANOTHER STRIKE.-The journeymen painters
?truck for higher wages} yesterday. We learn [
that they demand $2 60 per day. The strikers
have been very orderly.
KARL DEBET.-The nag of the British Consul
?and the flags on the British vessels ia port were
-displayed at half mast yesterday as a mark of
respect to the memory of the Ute Earl Derby.
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Serra AGAINST THE CITY.-Mr. Winiam B. MikeU,
Ute Clerk ol the City Court, Peter C. Querry, City
Sheriff, w. N. Hoghes, Assessor, C. P. Frazer, As?
sistant Assessor, have commenced suite In as
; against the city-Mr. MikeU placing ats
i a; $1?, the rest placing theirwat $1000.
THE MAN WHO KICKED DOWN BARRICADES POT
OUT o? THE C?^jpMHOCSE.-Alderman David Bar?
row, whose principal amusement of Ute seemed
.to be pVjtrrnrg red-hot whiskey down bis throat,
TricktngMown barricades? trying to collect duties
where he had no authority to do so, and making
a fool of himself on the street and in the CouncU
Chamber, has been discharged from the Custom-1
house, where he held the office of appraiser. Ac?
cording to general report he made a very good
appraiser, excepting when drunk, which was the
case too frequently for the good of himself or of
the United States Government.
Alderman M. H. c??in^haa been appointed la.
A MODEL ESTABLISHMENT. -We Invite the at ten
tioojtff the friends of THE NEWS in the etty and '
.throughout the State to the excellent facilities
which our office enjoya for the prompt execution
of all kinds of Book and Job Ph n t tn g. Fully pro?
vided with new type and machinery of the latest
and moat approved pattern, and having a Urge
-and. carefully selected stock of ?arda, envelopes
and papers of ail quail ties, THE NEWS Job Office ls
BOW prepared to AU orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing In the very best
manner, and at rates at least as low aa any other
establishment tn the Southern Stetes. Call at
THB NEWS building (np-stairs) and examine our
-scale of prices and specimens of oar work.
THB BI LL-Bncs INO. S? WAU.-THM VOWS has
several tames alluded to | Ute cases of Collins A
Morse vs. Skiff A Gaylord and Skiff A Gaylord vs.
Collina A Morse, each suelngthe other for injur?
ing and'obscuring one" another's placards posted
upon the fence-opposite the Charleston Hotel, the '
dam ageeof each party being to tim at ed at $99.
At 10 o'clock ye?terday'mor?lng, the case of Skiff J
A Gaylord vs. OoBburA Morse-" was5 heard befor
Magistrate Schroder, who reserved lus decision.
At 3 o'clock the ease of Collins A Morse vs. Skiff I
as Gaylord was heard before Magistrate Maskey
wno also reserved his decision. Messrs. Duryea
A Cohen appeared as counsel for Skiff A Gaylord,
and Mr..John A. Moroso for Messrs. qpjllna A
Morse.0 .' ? **? H
THE FLOOR INSTBCTOBSHTP.-Yesterday M.
Caulfield, the Flour Inspector, according tb the
beUei of the members of the City Council, was
arraigned before Magistrate Dingle to answer the
-charges preferred against bim by Mr. John IL
Averill and Mr. Caleb N. AverUL The first charge
waa^Bc erasing and defying the branda placed
upon sixty-five barrels of flour inspected and
marked for, Bo tim ann Brothers by C. N. Averill,
Flour inspector- And upon this charge he was re?
quired to give $3M0 security to answer before the
-State Court... The second charge wa? for attamn
ing to prevent 0. N. Averill from exercising the
duales of the office of Flour Inspector:' For this
he waa required to give $100 security for bis ap?
pearance for trial before the same court.
The charge against Magistrate Morrison will
probably be heard *xuy>~ J
RAM? LIGHTS OM MORRIS ISLAND.-THE NEWS j
has mentioned that the United States government |
proposes placing two range lights on Morris Isl?
Yesterday, through tbe courtesy or Major Geo.
Burroughs, engineer or the sixth lighthouse dis?
trict, we had an opportunity or inspecting the
plans and specifications for these range lights,
which. will be placed upon Morris Uland, near
Lighthouse Inlet. The first light win be about
twenty-two feet high, and the other, located five
hundred yards distant, about thirty-seven feet
in height, and when placed can be seen from Ute
deck of a ship twelve miles orr. ''' ***
At present vessels arriving off the bar at night
generally have to remain un tu m orntn g-, as to at?
tempt to cross the bar In the dark would be
somewhat risky. When these range tights are
placed, the pilot, by keeping them in range, can
bring his vessel safety across the bar without tb?
least risk, and thus avoid the deUy, which is not
only annoying, but in bad weather often danger?
ous. We hope the work upon these lights wUl
be speedily commenced.
CRC?BS.-The Charleston BaptUt Association
wUl hold tte one hundred and eighteenth annual
session, with the Sumte rv hie Baptist Church, com?
mencing on Saturday, the 6th af November next.
There bi one Uttle boy bi this city who has suc?
ceeded in appropriating for bis own use, during
lus short career, nearly two thousand dollars
worth of hats and caps.
The Comet Star Fire Company, colored, about
eighty strong, paraded yesterday aftdPnoon.
The fines imposed by the Mayor yesterday
amounted to $63.
Seven men were fined by the Mayor yesterday
for being drunk
Officer Hernandez yesterday arrested two negro
women, named respectively Mary Nesbitt and
Clara Simmons, upon suspicion of having stolen
sUver-ware from Dr. Thane, on Wentworth
Two men had a fight here yesterday. One
went into bankruptcy, and the other got his
head ut chancery.
Joseph Mitchell, negro, was sent to jail by Ma?
gistrate Morrison yesterday, upon the charge of
committing highway robbery upon Susan Robin
The shareholders and trustees of. the German
Rifle Club wUl meet at Lindsted t's Hau to-morrow
' Our Washington correspondent states that lt is
more than probable that President Grant will vis?
it Charleston, Augusta and Mobile before Con?
Mr. <*eorge Stroub' advertises that he would not
accept the office of assessor upon any terms.
Magistrate Charles E. Kanapaux win continue
tn perform the duties of his office. Mr. Charlea
Kanapaux is the gentleman named as assessor.
! ' '?LOST m LONDON" drew a select and apprecia?
tive, though not a very full house at the Theatre
last night. The play was very well acted ; indeed
we never saw the company appear to better ad?
vantage. Miss Raymond made a capital Tilly
Dragglcthorpe, and Miss Levering, as 'the pas?
sionate Nelly Armroyd, achieved a decided suc?
cess. For to-night, Lucretia Borgia is announced,
with a repetition of the farce "Bowled Out,'
which provoked such screams of merriment last
UNITED STATES COURT.-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN,
J unca, PBasroiNO.-A special session of the Dis?
trict Court was opened at ll o'clock yesterday
Petitions of Michael Flaum and Joseph B. Wil-'
kie, of Walterboro', for final discharges In bank?
ruptcy, were referred to Registrar Carpenter, and
final bearings ordered to take place before the
Court at Columbia, on the 25th of November.
Ia the case of Louis McLaln vs. David Rlker,
the petition for extra compensation was referred'
to Registrar Carpenter, to report If the petition?
er is entitled to any extra compensation.
Petition of Charles Phillips, of Darlington, for
final discharge In bankruptcy, was referred to
Registrar Carpenter, and final beating ordered to
take place at Columbia, on the 25th of November.
In the case of Louis McLaln vs. Ed. w. Sea?
brook, petition to seU choses in action, lt was or?
dered that tbe said Louis McLaln, assignee, have
leave to offer the said choses in action at public
In the case of Louis McLain, assignee, vs. Ed.
w. Seabrook, petition to sell real estate, it was
ordered that the assignee sell, after twenty-one
days' public notice, the property at public auction,
The court then adjourned.
Tm OUSTED Crrr Omcnts.-It will be remem?
bered that Chief Justice Moses recently ordered P.
J.Coogan, M. G. Camplin, colored, George Addison
an* M. Caulfield, who held the offices respectively
of Assessor, Assistant Assessor, City Sheriff and
Flour Inspector, to vacate them, and to have no?
thing to do with the duties of the offices, books,
papers, Ac, on pain of contempt of court; also
that when these officers did meddle with the
said books, papers and duties of said offices,
either as officers pro tem., or while the offices
were differently styled, the counsel for Messis.
W. N. Hughes, Assessor, C. P. Frazer, Assistant
Assessor, P. C. Ouerry, City Sheriff, and C. N.
Averill Flour Inspector, notified the ousted offi?
cials, who, acting under instructions of Council,
were meddling with said offices, that on the 20th
of thia month Chief Justice Moses, at Sumter,
would be requested to grant a rule to make them
show cause why they should not be attached for
contempt of court Lu not complying with the
. On tbe 99th, the counsel fon neither side ap?
peared before Chief Justice Moses. The counsel
for Messrs. Hughes et al. sent the necessary
documents by mall. P. J. Coogan, M. G. Camp
lta, colored, Geo. Addison and M. Caulfield, sent
affidavits, asserting that they had not shown con?
tempt of court, nor would they do so for anything.
On the 31st, Chief Justice Moses issued an order
to have a bearing of the cases on the 28th of this
month. The following ts a copy of the order :
The State ex relatione the Attorney General vs.
" P. 3. Coogan, [er M. G? Camplin, colored, or
. Geo. Addison, or M. Caulfield, as the case might
A motton for a rule in the said matter having
been resisted by the affidavit of the respondent,
no counsel appearing on either side on the day
fixed, and no written arguments submitted, it is
ordered that the said motion stand for a hearing
before me at Sumter, on Thursday, 28th instant,
at io o'clock. ;
It ls ordered that the affidavit or the respon?
dent be filed with the Clerk or the Court or
Charleston County, and that the said Clerk do
forthwith cause a copy thereof and or this order
to be served on Wm. N. Hughes, [or C. P. Frazer,
or P. C. Guerrv, or C. N. Averill, as the case might
be,] and furnish me with a copy or the affidavit
by the 28th Instant. F^J. MOSES,
I At Chambers, Sumter, October 21, RM.
ARREST OP A YOUTHFUL etoo DANCER.-Last
Saturday night Captain Hendricks received a tele?
gram from Albany, N. Y., instructing bim to ar?
rest and hold until further orders George Hunter,
a member or Skiff A Gaylord's minstrel troupe.
Shortly after the reception of the dispatch, the
Captain had Hunter arrested, and. now bas bim
in charge. .
Hunter Ls the little clog dancer or the troupe, in
which Une he ls inimitable. He ls very communi?
cative .and very shrewd. In a conversation with
rum at the Guardhouse yesterday, he, after giving
us a specimen or bis "heel and toe," "double shuf?
fle,'- "pigeon wing," and a variety or other fancy
movements, told us his history as follows: "I am
eleven years old, and was born in Albany, N. Y. ;
I went to see a minstrel show one night
with mother, and the manager asked rae to
Join, and I did so; mother was willing;
this troupe pays me $10 a week and
boards me; Bryants' Minstrels will board
-nie and give me $20 a week; I am glad
mother bas sent for me; I reckon lt ls because sha |
wanta me to Join Bryant; and $20 a week ls better
than $10, yer know; mother thinks I can't take
care or myself, but I can; I intend to go to schcol
and leam tobe smart in ray profession; lean
black ap and. WMh off quicker nor any man In the
troupe; I want ter go to mother; lt La sad to leave
the troupe; it make? rae cry, yer know, bat a relier
wanta tex go hum, yer know."
He concluded the last sentence In the furthest
corner or th* room to which he had gotten by one
or those movements peculiar to burnt-cork min
Atrels; be then quickly returned on his heels and
plied us with every Imaginable kind or question.
For answers we referred him to the managers or
the ?atc City High Court or Impeachment, and
beat a retreat, not knowing but that when we
opened our mouth to give an answer lt would
give the Little knight or the burnt cork a desired
opportunity or standing on bis head and putting
hts feet down our throat. '
Captain Hendricks keeps George at home with
him. It Ls supposed that some one wlil come for
bim la a day or two.
A VALUABLE FERTLLIZER.-We issue this morn?
ing a supplement containing a number of letters
from planten and others, in which they express
their opinion or the famous "Soluble Pacific
Guano," for which Mr. J. N. Robson, or this city,
ls the agent. - The supplement also contains some
valuable information in regard to the operations
or the Pacific Guano Company, whose works at
Charleston cost nearly two hundred thousand !
dollars. But the point which most concerns the
farmer Lu buying fertilizers, Ls cheapness com?
bined with efficiency. The costly element In the
Pacific Soluble Guano Ls the ammonia, the sup.
ply or which is limited in quantity. Without it
the guano ls useless, and lt bas been the endeav?
or or the Pacific Guarro Company to make avail?
able, hitherto unused supplies or organic matter
containing ammonia. Cotton seed is round to
contain a large percentage or ammoniacal mat?
ter, as well as carbonic acid, another important
solvent. The Pacific Guano Company are now
making "a compound acid phosphate or lime,"
which ls identical with the Soluble Pacific, except
that lt contains no ammonia. This ls to be com?
posted with cotton seed, resulting in a saving to
the planter, it la claimed, of about thirty per
cent. The whole details may be round in the
Mr. J. N. Robson, the agent or South Carolina
or the Pacific Guano Company, makes the follow?
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 25.
In order to Induce planters to keep a correct
account or the results obtained from the applica?
tion or the Soluble Pacific Guano and Compound
Acid Phosphate manufactured by the Pacific
Guano Company, I would offer the following pre?
miums for the ensuing crop of corn and cotton,
and would be glad Lf the State Agricultural Socie?
ty would take charge ot the matter and arrange
the details. No other guano to be used ou the
land experimented with.
1st. Silver pitcher, value $75, rroin the great?
est growth rrom one acre or land.
2d. Silver goblet, value $50, for the next growth
trom one aoee of land.
3d. Silver cup, value $25. for the third great
est growth trom one acre ol land.
y OH CORN.
1st. Silver gebiet, valut $50, ror the greatest
yi ld rrom one acre orland.
.-d.. Sliver cup, value $25, for the next greatest
yield from one acre or laud.
Cd. Gold medal, value $25, ror the third greif?
est yield rrom oue acre or land.
J. N. ROBSON,
A "mr ror South Carolina.
The State Agricaltural Soc e y whU doubtless ne
willing to take charge or and award the pre?
WRITS RETURNED.-baring the period from the
of May 31st to the 23d of October, three hundred
and thirty-seven writs were lodged in the office
of the Sheriff ot the county for the November
term of the State Court. -The aggregate amount
of actual debts and damages involved in these
writs is $210,761 02.
LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.-The annual
meeting of this society was held at the Orphan
house, at 12 M. yesterday. After the reading of
the annual reports, the following officers were
Miss R. G. Holmes. Superintendent; Mrs. F. J.
Porcher, Junior 'superinterH?ent; Miss F. M
Blamyer, Secretary and Treasurer.
Visiting Committee.-Ward No. 1, Mrs. J. Snow?
den; Ward No. 2, Mrs. D. Lesesne; Ward No. 3,
Miss S. J. Wilson; Ward No. 4, Mrs. M. Just.
Hotel Arrivai?-October 26.
H. L. Hope, Baltimore; S. D. Rose, Philadelphia;
J. N. Beach, Liverpool; H. G. Robinson, Provi?
dence; A. L. Evans, Marion; Dr. C. Henry, Clar?
endon; SoL Haas, Wilmington; Burnett E. Miller,
J. W. Summerhayes, TJ. S. A.; E. C. Kirkland and
lady, Miss Kirkland, Barnwell; M. Burgers, Atlan?
ta; J. J. Flanagan, H. E. Brown, New York; E. S.
Peter W. Brown, Thomas A. Beard, New York;
O. E. Coggeshall, Florence; L. Whiteman, Sumter;
J. A. Porller, New York; H. B. Honman, M. L.
Jones, Graham's Cross Roads; George 0. Smith,
August Carian, South Carolina; E. W. Ferris,
C. H. Pettingiii, Cheraw; L. E. Watford, Darling?
ton; E.H. Gasque, Hy am s ville; Josep?i Roshhau
and wife. Miss Roshhau, New York; Mrs. H. S.
Gibbs, Leesville; J. L. Hymann, Hinesville; Wm.
Rice, L. L. Rice,* arnwell.
A FlNB ASSORTMENT OP PHOTOGRAPHS, Impe?
rial cards and frames, at C. C. Righter's, No. 161
MESSRS. MULLEB, NIMITZ & CO., advertise for sale
a large and varied stock of first class groceries. See
NEW YORK Herald, Tunes, Tribune and World,
five cents per copy, at C. C. Righter's, No. 161
ON? OF DICKENS' or Scott's Works ls present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
tury. _ _ oct?
ONE QUIRE fine Initial note paper and twenty
five envelopes to match, for forty cents, at C. C
Rbjhter's, No. 161 King street.
SALE OP RE*AL ESTATE.-Messrs. R. M. Marshall
A Brother will offer for sale to-day valuable pro?
perty, both In the city and country. Read their
MR. H. H. WILLIAMS has opened a large and
elegant assortment of hats and caps, at No. 343
King Btrect, opposite the Big Boot. Give him a
call, and you wlU find the latest styles at the most
REMOVAL.-Messrs. Rlecke A Schachte have re?
moved their auction and commission business to
Vendue Range. The large business which this
firm have acquired by enterprise and fair dealing
wir. follow them to the new place, and doubtless
tht business will speedily be largely Increased.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article ls manufactured at the Company's
Works under the direction and superintendence
of Dr. RAVEN EL. It contains the same elements
of fertility as Soluble Pacific Guano, except that
lt is not furnished with ammonia. It is prepared
expressly for composting with cotton seed, which
furnishes the element of ammonia-thc object be?
ing to render that side-product of the plantation
available to the highest degree as an element of
For farther, and particular information, apply
to the undersigned,
i . i J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and S Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
G?nerai Agents Baltimore.
oct2fl tutns3tno4 . .. . _
J^TO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
200 tons Al PERUVIAN GUANO, on the spot
and to arrive.
In consequence of the decline of gold we have
reduced the price to $100 for long ton.
For sale by T. J. KRRR A CO.
JQ^ AND PLASTER.
500 barrels LAND PLASTER, In store.
For Bale by
0Ctl2 OLNEY A CO.
REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE BRO?
The undersigned bas established himself at No.
34 Broad street, for the purpose bf negotiating
purchases and sales of Real Estate, Stocks and
Bonds, and for effecting loans on Booda and Mort?
gages on Real and also on Personal Property.
octra tos4 No. 34 Broad street.
jyO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sick Headache, Soar Eructations and
Acidity of Ute Stomach T
USB SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
fJO OWNERS OP PINE LAND,
The undersigned have Just published a Pamph?
let describing their new patented process of
making Turpentine; by which three times as
much ls produced as by the ordinary mode, and
thc very finest qualities of Rosin made, Lf properly
dlstiUcd, throughout the season.
We hav? had it In successful operation the past
season near Georgetown, S. C.
Address MORGAN A PCDIOON.
Georgetown, S. C.
Pamphlets at THE CHARLESTON NEWS and
Courier offices, and at Shackelford A Kellv's.
JJO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake In the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, roHs and
septn 3mo3 USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
rjIHE AMERICAN SUBMERGED,
The simplest and most powerful in use. It is
proved to be thc cheapest, most effective, dura?
ble and reliable PUMP. Has no leather paoking.
A child can work it? For sale by
JENNINGS, THOMLINSON A CO..
scp.28 Imo_General Agents for So. Ca.
?QO YOU WISH TO HAVE A GOOD AP^
PETITE, a relish for Food, and a perfect Diges?
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
Clotrjing ana -?nrniel)ing (80000
rpo THE CITIZENS ?F CHARLESTON
AT NO. 297 KING STREBT,
Eave la store a large stock of FINE CLOTHING,
all of their own manufacture. They are offering
au Wool Cheviot Suits at $12 worth $20. Coats
and Sacks at t io, worth $15 to $20. Pantaloons
$s to $s. Vesta $1, $2 and $3. Shirts $2. Un
der-Sturts and Drawers at $1 each. Hosiery,
Gloves, Ties, Collars, Ac.', Ac, au at extremely
low prices. Their old customers, and au who wish
good goold, are invited to examine their stock at
No. 297 KING STREET.
STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY M'DUFF COHEN.
octa tat, h ulm o
SljirlB ano iomi?lnng ?0000.
rp HE PLACE TO BUY YOUR SHIBTS.
SS THE SS
SS STAR SS
SS SHIRTS SS
SS JLND COLLARS, SS
38 AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. 88
S3 ? * BS
BS AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. 83
88 AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. SS
SS MEN'S SS
SS FURNISHING GOODS SS
SS i ss
SS AND SS
38 UNDERWEAR. 38
r& S3 'SS
Don't forget the place, THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
OC 113 DSC
THOMAS H. BLACKWELL
Is constantly receiving additions to his Large
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
His Intimate relations with Importing Houses
at the North enables bim to seU the Best Goods at
less than New York prices.
THB LATEST STYLES C* " '
SCARFS, TIES. COLLARS. HOSIERY, HAND?
KERCHIEFS, UNDERWEAR, Ac.
BAJOU'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker City Fine Shirt, ready made and to order.
AB goods marked in
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
No. 219 KING STREET,
sept22 (mos One door below Market.
Drugo, (Eh enrica lo, &?.
Q F. PANKNIN
APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST,
No. 123 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
The advertlserbegs to can at ten Won to bis stock
of the best Imported and domestic
CHEMICALS, DRUGS AND PATENT MED?
Upon tho DISPENSING DEPARTMENT of his
business he bestows the utmost personal care and; j
attention, and guaras tees she purity of the medi?
cines used l^ycofflpc^u?dl^g..',
Prsp&red oarefuUy at aa hours of the day and
Special Agency for the sale of
Messsrs. GEORGE TIEMANNA CO.,
OP NEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES, PERFU?
Is large and weU selected.
AGENCY FOE THE SALE OF THE CELEBRTBD
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGWATER,
A supply of which la always on band.
P A N K N I N ' S
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion aurpaa-K-d by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes
to merit a continuance of the public patronage
which has hitherto been extended to him.
Unction 0ale6--?r)i? ?ag.
BY B, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
SMALL DWELLING AT MOUNT
THIS DAY, 26th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Postoffice, Broad street.
A DWELLING of four square rooms, piazza and
kitchen, on Church street, Mount Pleasant, just
north of Patjen's Store. Lot 62 by lit feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. oct26 <
BYR.lt. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCES Nos. 6. AND 8 PRJLNCESSI
THIS DAY, 26th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad street,
The above brick RESIDENCES, containing each
6 square rooms, with gas throughout, cistern,
outbuildings, Ac. Lot of each, 31 K by 36 feet.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for papers
and stamps._. oegj
BY B. M. MABSHALL & BBO.
BRICK RESIDENCE, TRADD STREET, :
NEAR MEETINO. 1
THIS DAY, 26th inBtant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad street,
The Brick TBNNEMENT, No. .66 Tradd street,
second door from Meeting, containing 6 square
rooms and basement, with outbuildings, gas and,
cistern. Lot is by 200 feet, mere or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
BY B. M. MABSHALL & BBO.
FARM AND DWELLING, NEAR ST.
THIS DAY, 26th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad street,
197 acres of LAND, two and a half miles from
St. Stephen's Depot, Northeastern Railroad, and
thirty miles from Charleston; loo acres cleared,
balance well wooded. On- the place are a Dwell?
ing of four rooms and outbuildings, and a fine
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. octi>.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBUNS,
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
Will be sold at the Old Postoffice, THIS DAY, at
20 shares Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Terms cash. oct26
BY BLECKE & SCHACHTE.
DRY SALTED BACON, BEEF, BUTTER,
POTATOES, VINEGAR, Ac.
We wLU sell THIS DAY, at our New Store, Vendue
Range, at a quarter to 10 o'clock, A. M.,
- boxes DRY SALTED BELLIES and Long Clear
- bbls. Beef
- tubs Batter
- bbls. Potatoes
- bbls. Vinegar, Ac. oct26
BY HENRY COBLA & CO.
HAMS, LARD, SUGAR. CROCKERY,
Ac., Ac. '
THIS DAY, at half-past s o'clock. In front of our
store, will be sold, .
25 tubs Lard
10 barrels Sugar
28 boxes Candles
5 tierces Lard.
A lot of CROCKERY.
BY MILES DRAKE.
SPECIAL SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES,
FOR ACCOUNT OF MANUFACTURERS.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
One hundred cases BOOTS AND SHOES, Just re?
ceived direct from manufacturers, by steam?
ships James Adger and Manhattan,
co ss urn NO Of:
Cases Men's Calf, Kip and Grain BOOTS
Cases Men's Cair Creole Congress
Cases Men's Calf and Kip Brogans and Balmorals
Cases Boy's Cab* and Burr Balmorals and Con?
Cases Ladles' Serge, Congress and Polish Boots
Cases Ladles' Kid and Morocco Bootees
Cases Women's Goat and Buff Bootees, 5 to 9, 6 to
9 and 7 to 9
Cases Children's Goat, Copper Toe, Balmorals, 6
Canoona Misses' and Children's Congress and
so cases, 160 dozen, Men's and Boy's Alpine,
Italian, Broadway, Young America and Planter's
Felt and Wool HATS, assorted colors.
Terms cash. Sale positive. _oct28
BY JOHN G. MILMOB ? Co7~
BRUSSELS CARPET, INGRAIN AND
STAIR CARPETING, DRY GOODS,
THIS DAY, 2?th Instant, at io o'clock, we will sell
at our Store, No. 135 Meeting street,
One handsome BRUSSELS CARPET, (small
size,) 2 ends Ingrain Carpeting, and l piece Stair
carpet, Fancy and Magenta Prints, Bleached and
Rrown Shirting, Blue, Black, Fancy, and Cadet
satinets, Kentucky Jeans, Casslmercs, Red and
White Flannels, Lappett Shirting, Undershirts,
Balmoral Shirts, Opera Flannel, Blankets, Madras
Handkerchiefs, Black Cloth Coats, Black Satinet
and Tweed Sacks, Black and Fancy Satinet, Tweed
and Jean Prints, Brown, Drill and C. F. Drawers,
Hosiery, Leather Belts. Flax Thread, Linen and
Lawn Handkerchiefs, Ac.
.Conditions cash._ . oct2ff
BY KNOX, DALY & CO.,
No. 150 Meeting street.
FURNITURE AND SEWING MACHINE,
OF A FAMILY DECLINING HOUSRu
We will sell TOTS DAY, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
A General Assortment of Household FURNI
[ TURE, Sewing Machine, Ac.
BY LAUBEY & ALEXANDER,
PIG HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, PO?
TATOES, CHBR8B, BACON, Ac
THIS DAT, 461b InBt,, will be sold In our Store,
No. 187 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
20 barrels PIG HAMS and Shoulders, Just re?
60 barrels Potatoes
60 boxes Prime Cheese, and sundry articles.
\ On account of all concerned,
2 tierces HAMS, slightly injured, favorite
Conditions cash. oem
piIOTOGRAPH AND PORCELAIN
Miss HATCn has the pleasure of informing her
friends that she has resumed the labors* of her
Profession at her rooms over the store of Macul
lar, Williams A Parker, No. 207 King street, where
she will he happy to see them. oct26 tus4*
The largest and finest assortment of
Ever brought to this city, now on exhibition and
for sale at New York prices, at
QUINBY A CO.'S Photograph Gallery,
No. 2G1 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS taken in every style.
Entire-satisfaction In all cases guaranteed.
QUINBY ?fe CO.
Q ,? . S C II L E P E G R E L L ,
Ku. *37 LINl? STREET, BETWEEN KDs'C AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Paints,
Oils, Glasses, Shingles; also Groove and Tongue
Hoards, Ac., constantly en hand at thc lowest
market prices. octll mtuslyr
Section x^g^!#rjjttrg Etona.
BY JOHNS. RYA>\
AUCTION SALE OF LOT OF LAND
NORTHEAST CORNER OF EAST BAY
AND GUIGNARD STREET.
On TUESDAY, the 2d day ot November, at the
Old Postofflce at ll o'clock A. H., IwiUseUat
Public Auction, without ar.y manner of reserve
AU that LOT OF LAND, at the Northeast corner
of East Bay and Guignard street, measuring and:
containing 21 feet ? Inches front on East Bay, by.
153 feet on Guignard street, and 24 feet 8 inches
on the back, be the same more or less.
ALSO, . .
The LOT Immediately adjoining the above on
the north Une, same dimensions.
Terms of Sate-One-third cash: remainder in
one, two and three years, secured by bond and
mortgage of the property sold. Purchaser to pay
for conveyance and stamps.
N. B.-For further information, apply to
oct26 JOHN S. RYAN, No. 62 Broad street. ,
BY KNOX, DALY & CO.
FPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE
FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITER'S AND
ALL CONCERNED, OF GOODS DAM
AO BD DURING THE LATE
' FIRE ON KINO STREET.
We wiU commence to seU on WEDNESDAY, 27th
imtn.at.ia o'clock A. M., and commue from
from day to day untU disposed of
The entlr* Stock of Mr. A. Hiing,- No. 237 King
street, damaged by water during the late fire, and
appraised at over $26,000, comprising DRY
GOODS,.Carpets, Matting, Fancy Goods m great
TOYS of everv description, Ac.
Conditions cash for all amounts under $100;
$100 to $600 thirty days; over $500, sixty days,
approved endorsed notes,_- oct36 2
BY W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS.
VALUABLE PLANTATION AT AUC?
By virtue of nu order or sale to me directed by the
Hon. Georges. Bryan, Judge of the United States
District Court fdr the District of South Carolina,
I wUl offer for sale, at public auction, on
THURSDAY, November 11th, 1869, at the Old
Postofflce, foot of Broad-street.
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND, long
known as "Racoon Island," situate, lying and
being In St. John's Parish, Colleton District, adja?
cent to Edisto Island, and by a causeway con?
nected therewith; butting and bounding north oh
Lands of Major W. S. Murray, formerly of Wm.
Meggett. and the South Edisto River, and east on
Lanela of W. S. Murray, south on Hayne's Creek
and the South Edisto River, and west on the South
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one year, se?
cured by bond of purchaser bearing 7 per cent,
interest and a mortgage of the nemlses. Pur
ch asher to pay for papers and stamps.
octlO tnth!8_Assignee E. W. Seabrook.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
By virtue of an Order of sale, to me directed by
the Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court, for the District of South
Carolina, I wiU offer for sale, at Public Auction,
at the Old Postofflce, foot of Broad street, on
THURSDAY, November 4th, i860, at ll o'clock
All those THREE PLANTATIONS OR TRACTS
OF LAND, situate in St. George's Parish, District
of Colleton, and State of South Carolina, com?
prising all that Plantation or Tract of Land, mea?
suring and containing eighteen hundred and
twenty-six (1326) acres, more es less, and generally
known as the "Indian Fields MU? Plantation;"
butting ami bounding to the north on rand now
or late of Major David Gavin, to the south on
land now or late of Captain D. Cannady and
land uow or lately claimed by WUUam Utsey, to
the east on land now or late of Colonel John
Humph, on land hereinafter described and land
now or lately claimed by William Utsey, and to
the West on land now or late of the Estate of
Thomas Byrd, and land formerly a part of the
said Indian Fields Mill Plantation, but sold off
therefrom to John L. Daer and William L'tsey,
and by the said WUUam Utsey to Major David
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND ad?
joining the above on the east, measuring and
containing seven hundred and thirty-four (734)
acres; butting and bounding to the north on
Land now or late of Captain J. L. Inabent. to the
south on Land now or late of Christian Rumph,
to the east on Land of the South Carolina Rail?
road Company, and to the west on Land now or
late of Colonel John Rumph and the Indian Field
Mill Plantation above described.
All that TRACT OF PINE LAND, measuring and
containing forty (40) acres; butting and bound?
ing on aU sides by Land claimed by Wm. Utsey,
and touching the east side of the Indian Fields
The above three Tracts of Land will de sold as
a whole, and comprise in all twenty-six hundred
(2600) acres, a portion of which ls cleared aad
well adapted to cotton, and the balance heavily
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal
successive annual Instalments, secured by bond
or bonds of purchaser, with interest at the rate
of seven per cent, per annum, payable annually,
and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps.
Assignee of Wharton A Petsch.
OURT OF EQUITY SALES.
G. B. LAMAR ET UX. ET AL, TS. FORD AND
RUTLAND, EXECUTORS, AND. T. J.
ROBERTSON -IN EQUITY -
In pursuance of decrees and orders of the Court
made in the above stated cases, I wiU sell to
the highest bidders, before the Courthouse at
Wlnnsboro', S. C., on the first MONDAY rn No?
vember next; and the days following, during
the legal hoers,
All that REAL ESTATE belonging to the Estate
of Colonel Nicholas A. Peay, deceased, consisting
of about 15,000 acres of Land, situate in the
County Of Fairfield, upon the Wateree River and
Thui Land has been divided into separate con?
venient tracts containing from 1000 to 160 acres,
of which plats will be exhibited at the sale, ana
the sale wiU be made by tracts.
A GOLD MINE, wtth about 650 acres of Land
circumjacent, known as the "Mott Mine," sit?
aste tn Union County, of which mine the said Es?
tate owns a part Interest, and the other owners
Join In the saw, so that the purchaser will buy the
Terms-Abont $5000 cash, to be apportioned pro
rata between all the purchasers; for the balance
a credit Of one, two, three, four and Ave years,
this balance being payable In equal annual Instal?
ments, with interest on the whole from day of
sale payable annually; for thia balance purchas?
ers to give bond, each with two good sureties, and
further secured by a mortgage of the tract pur?
Any purchaser paying oae-thlrl O? rife whole,
bid In cash wUl not be required to have sureties
to his bond.
Any purchaser paying the whole of his bbl in
cash will be allowed a discount of ten per cent,
upon the amount of his bid.
Purchasers wUl be required to pay for aU neces?
sary popers and revenue stamps.
8. B. CLOWNEY,
Clerk C. C. P., Equity side.
Wlnnsboro', S. C., October 9,1869. octl9 tu2
ijtits, Caps, #c.
No. 243 KING STREET,
Opposite the Big Boot,
Takes pleasure in announcing to his friends and
the public generally, that he has opened a com?
plete stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
Of the latest styles, to which he would invite their
attention before purchasing elsewhere, knowing
that he will give full satisfaction ba both quality
Just received, a beautiful style of SILK HAT. A
call Ls solicited. oct26
IJIHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE.
Tile ENTERPRISE is thc only paper now pub
shed in the City and Connty of Greenville. It has
a good circulation, and in its columns arc to bc
ound the cards of a number of the merchants of
Charleston, Columbia and Augusta. It Ls a good
interior paper In which to advertise. oct20 6
TT O L M E S & MACBETH,
No. 36 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, S. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
WUl attend to Rcntbiir and Collecting of tient?
an il reliase and salo of Stooks, Bonds, <;<>iu,
Silver aud Real Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par?
ties in the country upon reasonab'o t^rms.
GEOIHJE L. HOLMES.\r.K.\AS:-i.:-. M'?CSBTli.
faction SaUs-Jntuxe Wage.
A. C. M'GITJLIYRAY,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. 3
LOUIS F. KOBSTER vs. WM. P. KNOX BT AL.
I W ill be sold on TUESDAY, the 2d day of Novem?
ber, A. D. 1869, In iront of the OW Customhouse/,
at ll o'clock A. M., precisely,
AU that LOT OP LAND situate at the sooth cer?
ner of Anson street and Mott's Lane, contamina
on Anson street, m front, and on Mott's Lane, Lat
the rear 70 feet; and in depth from Anson-etre?*
to Mott's Lane, 128 feet; bounded .north on a*
alley which runs from Anson street to Mott's
Lane; east on Mott's Lane; routh partly?ti tandi
of P. Collins, and partly on lands of E. H. WU
^P?8 ?nd wife; and to the west on Anson street,
with the Dwelling and Buildings thereon.
Terms-One-third cash; residue in four equal
annual Instalments, with interest froniaa? dt
sale, payable semi-annually, secured by bonds ot
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises sold.
Buildings to be Insured and policy assigned. <
E. W. M. MACK BT, S. O. 0
0Ct5 ta*. : ? . r .s :.
.'" A.C.M^LTJuIYBAY,^ '
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
J. LUCAS PEARCE va. FRANOIS C. PRrOLEA?
AKD. JULIA DcPRE.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the id day of Novem?
ber next. In front of the Old Customhouse, at
tl o'clock A. M. precisely, i
All those LOTS OP LAND, with the dwelling
house and buildings thereon, situate on the north
side of Beach street, in the Town of Mount Pleas
sant, known by tbe Nos. 8, 7 and 19 in a plan of
Hidrall's Point, made by Edward B. Watte, Sur?
veyor, ta January, 1549, containing tn front on
Beach street 178 feet, on the back Une on White
street 172 feet, In depth on the eastern ima 577
feet, and on the western line 617 feet 9 menes, be
the said dimensions more or less; bounded to the
north on White street, south on Beach street,
east on lands formerly of Alomo J. Whit?, and to
the west on lands now or formerly of Hibben Le?
land and James Anderson. *
Terms-One-half cash ; residue on credit of one
and two years, with Interest from dey of sale,
payable semi-annually, secured by bond or bon Sk
of the purchaser and mortgage of the premises
sold. Premises to be Insured and policy assign?
ed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Under a Decree in Equity, J. Lucas Pearce va. P.
C. Prioleau, at the same time and place.
AU that valuable PLANTATION or TRACT OT
LAND, with a dwelling house and other outbuild?
ings thereon, situate on the drains of Shaw's
Creek, In the County of Barnwell, S. C., and ta 8
miles of the salubrious and flourishing Town of
Aiken, containing 480 acres, more or less: bound?
ed north, northwest and west by lands of Eugene
Darbee and O. B. Lythgoe, on the east and north?
east by land of Edward Arthur, on the southeast
by lands or John Arthur and F. Foll?n, and on
the south on land." t * Rebecca Woodward. . -<?
Terms-One-hal? .ash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, secured by bond aad mort?
gage, Interest payable semt-annuaUy. Purchaser
to pay ror papers and Btamps. '?. l
1 E. W. M. MACKEY, .
OCtl2tu4 3. 0. Cv'
A. C. MCGILLIYRAY,
. -'? - < 1
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. '
THE RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION vs. PETIT,
ET AL. i *-- J
, ? ?
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the ?th day of Novem?
ber next, ia front of the Old Customhouse tn
Charleston, at ll o'clock A. M. precisely,.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate on the east side of King street, known
by the Nos. 464, 466 and 468, north of Jobn street;
measuring and containing in front on King street
63 feet 9 inches, about the same on back linc, ana
in depth 160 feet. Bounding north on Lands for?
merly er J. H. Kalb, now or Amme; east hy Lands
or the South Carolina Railroad Company ; south
on Lands formerly or C. T. Mitchell and --Dani,
now or P. A. McBride, and west od King street
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit or
one and two years, to be secured by bond bear
tag Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually, and mortgage ot the
premises. BuUdlngs to be insured and policy as?
signed. Purchasers to pay aU taxe? and fer
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, .
octl9 tu4 S.C.C.'
A. C. M?trtIJLIYRAY,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JAMES W. GRAY, MASTER Di EQfJTTY, SUC?
CESSOR OF JAMES TUPPER, DECEASED," ^
VS. ?fLlZABETrrwrrrSCHEN. (
WU1 be sold on TUESDAY, the 9th day of Novem?
ber next, In front of the Old Custom Boase, at
ll o'clock A. M., precisely. - . ? r
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate west side of Church street, City pr
Charleston, S. C.; butting north on Lands of Ro?
bert Llmehouse, south on Landa hereinafter men?
tioned, east on Church street, weat on Lands pf
Charles Manlgault, measuring, iront, on Charon
street Si feet, and in depth lac feet more or leas.
i ALSO, rr *sns ; tut
All that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above on
the south, measuring, front, on Church ?roe*, #"7
feet 6 Inches, on the rear Une 24 feet 6 inches, on
north Une 139 feet 3 inches, and on south. Une 125
feet 9 Inches, more or less; butting north on
Lands herein described, west on Lands o? Maa>
ganit, south on St. Philip's Church-yard, east' on
hurch street aforesaid, aad known as Nevil*
Church street, ig? r
Terms-One-third cash; balance on A credR of
one and two years,.with Interest from dei or aale,
payable semi-annually, secured by bond or bones
or the purchaser, aud mortgage or the premises.
Premises to be insured and poUej assigned. - j
octl? tu2nov9 E. W. M. MAC KEY, S, C C<
A. C. McGIIXITBAY, ' /'
-- . -A
TJNDER DECREE ?N;E Q ViT |.
ROBERT STEWART^RU?TEB, Ta WM. T. SAN?
DERS, ST AU " /
W1U be sold on TUESDAY, 9th day of. November
'.next, in front of the Old Customhouse In
Charleston, at ll o'clock A. M. preolSwy, '
AU that LOT OF LAND situate in St. Andrew's
Parish, Charleston County, containing'' about 29
acres, more or lesa: bounded north toy Canda or
Alexander H. Brown, Esq.,. east by Lands ot the
same, south and west on Lands of Wm. Bavenel,
Terras-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, to be Becured by bond ot the purchaser,
with Interest from day of sale, payable semi-an?
nually, and a mortgage or the premise? sold. . ? '
octl9 tu4 E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
Gabbles aub ^arness.
6000 MCCLELLAN SADDLES
200 sets or Team Harnees.
For sale low at CHAPEAU A HEFFRON,
No. es Meeting street,
oct25 Next to Mills House.
gE WING MACHINES.
The place to buy *
SEWING MACHINES J? c
Is where you have a choice of styles or different^
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chines uow before the public.
THE WILLCOX A GIBBS' ,
"WEED" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Arc thc simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine ls warranted to give satis
raction, or it will be exchanged ror other kinds.
AU kinds or Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken ror all nrst class Sewing or Knitting
Machines, Needles, Ol* Thread, Silk, Ac.
REPAIRING as usual.
D. H. HASELTON,
luayl stuthly _No. 307 King street.
T AMB FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
The only reliable and urst-olass FAMILY KNIT?
TER ever offered to the public. Over one hun?
dred different garments and stitches. Gold and
Silver Medals at all the principo" Fairs in the
United States and Europe. Rest tl lng ror Agente
to make money on. For samples and terms ad?
dress LAMB KNITTING M. M. CO.,
sept28 imo Chlcopee Falls, Masa
0 U I S M c L A I N , \
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 4 8 BROAD STREET.
Cil irleston, S. C.
Stocks, Bonds and Gold bought, carried and
sohl short in New York City.
l'articuler attention paid to the purchase and
sale of all kinds of Sonthcia Securities. ' -