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IT Y AFFAIRS.
Meeting? Thia O?y.
German Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Protestant Episcopal Relief Society, at 1 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at half-past 10
.'clock, at their office, horses, furniture, Ac.
Mlle* Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
clothing, dry goods, Ac
William McKay wUl sm at io o'clock, at his
store, furniture, Ac
H. A. Hunt will sell at 10 o'clock, at bis store,
hoots and shoes.
Knox, Daly A Co. will sell at K> o'clock, at store
Ko. 237 King- street, a stock of fancy goods.
J. Prase r Mathe wes wm sell this uar at half-past
10 o'clock, Brussels carpet, piano, kc
TUB CHEAPEST Tar.-THE NrwB Job Office ls
ow printing bill-heads in the beet style and on
ir, at $2 60 per thousand. Merchants, think
ACCEPTED.-AU of the parties appointed asses?
sors by Ute.Committee on Assessment.have, with
the exception of Mr. Edward Kirke, accepted the
appointment- ?- j c_
DISAORSSABLB WRATHEE.-The weather yes?
terday waa about as disagreeable aa possible. It
rained and lt Mew-making umbrellas, over- |
.oats and Ares m demand.
UKTED STATIS DISTRICT COURT, AT CHAMBERS.' |
Tesiftrday, in the case of Savage Heyward, mem?
ber of the firm of T. Savage Her ward A Sons, the
application to amend schedule waa granted.
Pun PBorsarr DI PENPLETON.-Wa invite the
especial attention of parties gosling good- arrest^ |
menu to the estate sale of the property of the
late Boo). P. Sloan, tat the healthy and pleasant
Tillage of Pendleton. The residence, especially,
ls a very desirable one. See advertisement.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT. - Tes terday the n orthwar d
hotrod expresa train of the Northeastern Bauroafl
ran off the track/a iew miles above the city, by
which the express oar as? a freight car were
smashed. No one.was injured. This train and
the down train also were delayed sew?*] hoirs.
Tara O?sJCAjt SO?IXTT.-The Snedhcaer Corres?
pondent says that'satisfactory progresa has been
madel m the preliminary organization of this
much-needed society, and that the collectors will
haaitdjrtte?t?iat ata meeting of ?te committee
to b? aeld to-ntorrow evening. Branch agencies
will bo omened Wherever there aro German
settlers tn South Carolina, and ?ill have Ike
right, nadar the constitution, to take part io the
proceedings of the annual meeting.
Tn THBATRK TO-NLOHT.-The cold weather,
now so perceptibly coming- on, will doubtless
nightly have the effect of making onr snug little
Theatre, at Hibernian Hali, a more popoiar. resort
than b/foarto. Tbe-"blil for to-rrighf oomyriies the
draroatlc version of Mrs. Sonthworth's famous
story, "The Hidden Hand,'* and the laughable
afterpiece called, "AOonJngal Leeson..' The con
paay conUnues to-present riew^ oifces each eve?
ning, mounted vrlta-ayident c?ri>?e)d a creditable
attention to detglB, . The accole arrangements
are especially wort?aj^4? >ralae.
COTTON BT .SYmAK--Tao^jUUsh steamship
Pioneer, Captatp. Skaca?orO, walt cleared st this
port yesterday, tor Liverpool, by Messrs. W. B.
Smith A Co., with a cargo of thirty-two bags of
sea island and two thousand two hundred and
twenty-four bales' ?? upland cotton. This ship
had received prompt dispatch by har co nalguees,
having been at full work every dav she was on
the berth, and eke win pipbably be enabled to
proceed, to.sea this forenoon. She is .the'first
steamer from this port for Liverpool this season,
but will be Immediately followed by the steam?
ship Balam, of Messrs. R. Mure a Co.'s Une, which
vessel ls hourly
BILL OF MORTALITY.-During the week ending
October 23,1869, there were thirty-six deaths m
the city-oleteo whites and twenty-five blacks.
Of the whites there were four., male and four fe?
male adults, one and two f?hfaie children. Of the
blacks there were eight aale and eight female
adults, and six male ead .three female caiidren.
Seven were.nader one .yea? of age; four between
one and ave; ?ne between Are and .ten; three be?
tween ten arra twenty; four berreen twenty and
thirty; four between thirty and forty; fire be?
tween frfty sud aUtyytteyjlytTJca sixty,,and
seventy; orre- betweer/ temity and elgTrtyfone
between eighty and ninety years-of age.
A MODEL ESTABLISHMENT.-We invite the atten?
tion of the friends, of Tra Hawai? tbe >elty s?d
throughout the State to the .excellent facilities
which oar offlos?ijoyt fer the prompt execution
of au idAds of Book ama Job Printing-. Fairy pro
Tided w^fti new type and Atachioery of the latest
and moat approved pattern, and having a large
and carefully selected stock of cards, envelopes f1
and papers of all qualities, THU NEWS Job Office is
now prepared to fill orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing In the very best
manner, and aA.ratea.ar least aaJoa" as aux. other
. estabftaimjnl li ??Souti
sealeof prioos'i?lfapeclruens of our. work.
- ti ? _
MAN SHOT AT KAUS IA_The Angrtata Constitu
tlooj^at,,.ot- roaiartay, says: "W?,-jearn that
Freeman, otherwise 'Spunk' Powell was shot
la the vicinity of Foster's Mills, at JfAlxla, a C.,
on Saturday night, ' Our Information la that two
reporta of a shotgun were beard, after which J
groans were heard lsstrt?AV??m the bushes ls the
neighborhood, which attracted tue attention or j
the watchman at the n?JL A oearou "resulted lu
the discovery of Powell, with six buckshot in bia
leg and hip. The shot lodged in l?g kip was drawn
out with g piece, of his shirt, which had been
driven In the wound made by the missile. The
other shot bad not been extracted ap to Sunday
night. - The woori da are regarded as serions,
though not neoeeasrlly'JESL .SKQpufe who fired
upon Powell had made good his escape whan as?
sistance reached him, so that it is not positively
stated who commuter thc deed, except by Pow
eil, wno claims to be able to Identify tao penni,''
OVB ?aa-The old eugine bouge in rear of the
Guardhouse is being repaired and fitted np for an
office, for the Inspector Canema of Timber and
The. one hundred and seventh anniversary of '
tba Soclety.ior the Relief of the Widows and Or?
phans of me Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in South Caroling, will be' bald gt the
Mansion House, gtl o'clock to-day.
There was no meeting of Council last night.
United States Marshal Louis E. Johnson left for
aitimoreyegterdajc-HIa duties will be performed
during his absence by Mr. E. P. Butts, Deputy
United States Marshal
Thomas Rodney was caught while attempting
g burglary night before hist.
W. H. Millar, who strayed from the Almshouse
a fer days' ago, was found yesterday and return?
ed to his old quarters.
The fines Imposed by jhe Maypr_ yesterday,
amounted to two dollars.
HAKB0BatA8XBS?a.r*Kas-A case of importance
to that portion of onr community who are in?
terested in shipping was-tried yesterday before
Magistrate J. G. Mackey.
The action was brought by the Harbormaster,
O. a Stoddard, against Captain Vao Gelder, of j
the Schooner D. V. Streaker, for tonnage duties
under, the ordinance or 1S41, The defence retied
upon the loth section 1st article of the consti?
tution, which'forbids' any State withont the
consent of Congress from laying any duty on
tonnage The plaintiff contended that such con?
sent had been given. The case was elaborately
argued, and the magistrate reserved his decision.
Alderman T. J. Mackey appeared for the Har?
bormaster. Messrs. Simonton A Barker repre?
sented the vessel. *
Daring* tho trial Mr. Thomas, City Treasurer,
testified that the amount received by the city
from tonnage duties averaged three hundred and
fifty dollars per month. We have no doubt that
e case will be carried to the highest court.
GONE.-Master George Hunter, the youth!al clog
dancer of Skiff k Gaylord's troupe, was shipped
to Us parents North, ou the steamship Adger yes?
terday. Officer Nlp8on carried him to the vessel,
and when she moved off the little fellow bade him
good-bye, saying that If any one bought him
(Hunter) for a fool they woundn't sell him as such.
RETURN OF THE SWINDLERS, WESTLAKE AND
BERGKAN-^VKSTLAK* ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPB AND
IS SHOT.-THE NEWS tas made its readers fami?
liar with the recent adventures of W. D. West?
lake and J. Bergman, who swindled the mer?
chants of Savannah, came here and attempted
the same game, were arrested and discharged
upon a writ of habeas corpus, handed their
counsel a package of money marked $50, which
contained only $37, then fled to Wilmington,
where they were ag-aln arrested, and again
sued out a writ of habeas corpus, but did not
get off upon it, and gave their counsel
a gold watch, so-called, but which was brass.
The Judge before whom the writ waa returned
in Wilmington ordered them to be held for four?
teen days, In order to give the deputy sheriff of
Savannah, Mr. George S. Barthelmess, time to
get a requisition from Governor Bullock, of Geor?
gia, upon Governor Holden, of North Carolina
Mr. Barthelmess Immediately went to Atlanta,
procured the requisition, and started for Raleigh,
telegraphing to Lieutenant Phllippy, of the
Charleston detective force, to join him at Wil?
mington, which he did. Night before last Mr.
Barthelmess returned from Raleigh to Wilming?
ton, met Lieutenant Phllippy, and made arrange?
ments for leaving on the evening train.
The sheriff of Wilmington promised to send the
prisoners to the depot. They were started from
the jail about dark, both in charge of two police?
men. One of them, Westlake, when at the cor?
ner of Mulberry and Front streets, broke away
from the guard and ran for dear life. Seeing
that he waa about to succeed in making his
escape, one of the officers, Nash, a negro, fired at
htm with ?pistol, striking him fcfljt&o back, but
not hurting him very badly. He was thereupon
secured and, with his companion, delivered to
the officers waiting at the depot. These offlcerg
seeing that the wounded man was not much hurt,
and fearing that if they remained muoh longer
they would lose their prisoners, determined to
come straight along, which they did, and arrived
here yesterday afternoon.
Westlake, who was quite weak from the effects
of his wound, was, with Bergman, carried into
the detective office and Dr. J. Somers Buist sent
for. He came lu a few momenta and dressed the
wound. He found that the ball, a small one, had
entered the right aide and glanced along the ribs,
and remained tn the flesh. He advised that lt be
allowed to remain, to which Westlake, who didn't
fancy the probing, agreed.
About 8 o'clock last night the prisoners were
placed aboard of .the steamer Dictator, for Sa?
vannah, in charge of Mr. Barthelmess and officer
Both prisoners take their arrest very coolly,
especially Bergman. Both expressed the opinion
that they were on the road to the State hotel at
MWedgeville, Georgia; that if the officers had al?
lowed them to remain tn Wilmington twelve
hours longer, they would have gotten off under a
writ of habeas corpus, as everything was ar?
ranged for it. Bergman says that he was very
much surprised when Westlake waa shot; that be
cursed the negro policeman,- which made the
negro mob that had collected very mad, and
?they wanted to mob him; that he wouldn't have
minded Westlakes being shet so much "If lt
hadn't been done by a -- nigger."
Hotel Arrivals-October 36.
Gustar Kaufman, Savannah; Phillp Henry, Jr.,
B. T. Martin, New York: Jacob Wolfe, Winnsboro;
W. R. Harrison, M. T. Hewitt, New York; A. Good?
rich, Miss Goodrich, New York; W. B. Shaw, J. C.
Shaw, city; F. J. Raymond, Mr. Cook, wife and
child, New York; D.E. Ambler, wife, child and
nurse, Jacksonvule^Mlss Botume, Miss Noyes,
Boston; A. K. James, New York; James Moloney,
New York World; Johns F. Connan, New York;
H. D. HaUonquist, Barnwell; & H. Plumb, Middle?
ton, Conn.; J. E. Gillett, Augusta; F. Wrtson,
Belfast; George Reggs, Dublin ; S. S. Beatry,. Con
wayboro; A. M. Martin. South Sarouna; John B.
Martin, Cincinnati; James L Falk, Sumter; War?
ren Adama, South Carolina, Mrs. Epping, Gra?
hamville; George S. Barthelmess, Savannah,
C. C. DuBose, St. Stephen's; Robert Ferguson,
City; N. J. Thonron, Steamship Dictator; Lewb.
States, Ridgevllle; R. Wilson, South Carolina;
Pinckney Durasoe, Edgefleld; Dr. E. Conner,
Orangeburg; J. W. Dopson, S. 8. Wise, Barn wei. ;
D. M. Ward, Newberry; H. S. Boozer, Frog Level;
G. W. Bonner, Jonesville; Jv Wood, Rochester, N
Y. ; D. Winslow and lady, Cooperatown; Peter D.
Lincoln, Sumter; Lewis A. Siro bel, Ridgevllle; M.
D. Rothschild, A. 'A. Howben, S. Wt Davis, New
York; L. Le berman, Philadelphia; w. V. wither?
spoon. ^Clarendon; X P. Gamy*, Ooarmu's; S. D.
Russel, St. Stephen's; W. A. Riicy, Miss Riley,
Allendale; Mrs. J. W. Mooro and child, J. J. Net?
tles, South Carolina; J. CvWoodley,Thoa. Welch, j
B TT S J X E 8 8 X0XICE8.
A PINE ASSORTMENT OP PHOTOGRAPHS, impe?
rial cards and frames, at C. C. Righter1^, No. isl
King street. _.'
Bears aja ENVELOPES.-TBM NEWS Job Office is
now. prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should haye hts card printed en his
envelopes. _^.. ? _..
Nsw YORK Herald, Times, Tribune and World,
five cents per copy, at C. C. Sighter's, No. 161
OKI OP DICKENS' or Scott's Works ls present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
ONS QUIRE flue Initial note paper and twenty
five envelopes to match, for forty cents, at C. C.
Righter's, No. 161 King street.
rjiHE LANCASTER LEDGER,
D. J. CARTER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
Lancaster, S. C.
The only paper published in the county-bas a
large and growing circulation. It offers superior
advantages te the business men of Charleston as
an advertising medium. Contract Advertisements
solicited. Terms moderate. oct27 3
J V. BARDI N,
Marshall's Wharf, Charleston, s. ?j.
Prompt attention given to the sale or Cotton,
Rice and Naval Stores, and Country Produce gen?
erally. _octa imo
ULIS & C H I S 0 L M,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale and Shipment
So Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON,
ICH, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES. W
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R CHIBOLM.
AILEY COTTON TIE.
A F?LL 8?PPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BE KEPT
BY US DURING THE SEASON.
The steadily increasing demand for
THE WAILEY TIE,
Is the best proof of its superiority over any otUor
For sale by
STREET BROTHERS Sc CO.
?ar?toarc, OntUrn, ?v'r.
ART db CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
D. D. COHEN. D. 3, HABT. N. 8. HABT. F. MORAS. JOHN Y. M'NAJdEE.
WHOLESALE 8TORE, No. 39 HAYNE STREET; RETAIL STORE, CORNER KING AND
BAR IRON, HILL ROCKS,
PLOUGH STEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS, -
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGERS' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND .BRITANNIA WARB,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOGDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
sept24 fmw3mos DAC
Shrp ?Dobs, (Etc.
RY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
J. R. READ & C O.,
No. 263 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C
We are now exhibiting the largest and best selected stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS,
Lacea and Embroideries, Cloaks, Shawls, Olores, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Ribbons, Ac, that we
hare ever offered, and invite attention of purchasers, guaranteeing to sell our Goods, for cash or city
acceptances, aa cheap as the cheapest.
Our stock of Dress Goods comprises, in part, Black and Colored Silks, Irish aad French Poplins,
Ail-wool MertnoeSf Empresa Cloths, Alpacas, Delaines, Popllnattes, Prints, Ac, to walch we are add?
ing novelties per every steamar.
i . ?. ?.? /v;.;rr./;?ja' : v.. . . .
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
French Laces in variety, Lace Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Embroidered Goods of every de?
sorption, Edging and Djsertlngs, Embroidered Sets, infants' Embroidered Cloaks, Robes and Waists,
Embroidered Merino Sacks, together with very many other articles which may always be found hi
our Lace and Embroidery Department.
GLOVES AN,D HOSIERY.
We are Sole Agents appointed in Charleston for HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, which have
no superiors. We have all sizes, from 5s to 8, tn Black, White and Colors; Berlin, Silk and Lisle atores
of every description, for men, women and children.
HOSIERY, best English manufacture, in great variety. Men's Half Hose, superior English,
the beet quality.
CE OAKS A IV D SHAWLS.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room ls replete with all the latest novelties of Ladies' and Misses' Cover?
ings. ' Most of our Cloaks are either our own importations or our own manufacture, enabling aa to
sell them at the lowest possible figures.
Black Cloaks in Cloth from $8 M to $ 15. Colored Chinchilla, Cloth Cloaks, Black Silk Coverings,
Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Broche and Printed Cashmere Shawls, Woollen shawls, Mourning
Shawls, Ac, Ac
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, w.< th**m ?a<t
Son tags, Infants' Knitted Worsted Sacks and Caps, Fancy Worsted Scarfe, Dress Buttons tn variety,
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Ac, Swansdown, Crape Goods, FrUllngs, Ruffling, and other
articles not here mentioned.
OUR EALL AND WINTER STOCK
Kow offers great inducements to buyers, who will find lt to their advantage to examine our
Goods before making selections elsewhere. oct u Imo
?rjirte ano ?ormsrjirtg (Snoba.
fJlHJB PLAGE TO BUY YO ?B SHIRTS,
. - .
SS THH SS
SS STAB SS
i 83 SHIRTS SS
I SS ss
SS AND COLLARS, SS
I SS 88"
SS AT SCOTTS EMPORIUM. SS
SS AT SCOTTS EMPORIUM. BS
88 AT SCOTTS EMPORIUM, SS
SS MBPS 88
88 FURNISHING GOOPS ...BS
88 AND 88
SS UNDERWEAR. 88
Don't forget the place, THE STAR SION,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
OC tl 3 DA0
THOMAS H. BLACKWELL
Ia constantly reoerrtog additions to his Large
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
His ultimate relations with Importing Houses J
at the North enables him to sell the Best Goods at |
ieee than New Tor lt prices.
THE LATEST STYLES OP
SCARFS, TIES, COLLARS, HOSIERY, HAND-1
KERCHKIEF8, UNDERWEAR, Ac.
BAJOU'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker City Fine Shirt, ready made and to order.
AU goods marked In
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
NO. 219 KING STREET,
?. sept22 6mos One door below Market.
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 A CO. ?S Photograph Gallery,
No. 261 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS taken ia every style.
Entire satisfaction la all cases guaranteed.
QUINBY <k CO.
?lacrjinerTj, (Eastings, Uz.
?jyjEETING STEEBT FOUNDRY
THUS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PU?NTSHING THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Cora Milln,
Sagar Mills, Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and
. Pana, of all sizes.
Horse-Powers and Oin Gearing, from o to 10 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
.Saw and Bice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of sB descriptions made
te order. .
Particular attention paid to House Fronts aad
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Corers,
Sash Weights, kc, kc.
WILLIAM S. HBNEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?L\ ie ce ll a neons.
JJO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY sick Headache, Sour Brnotatioas and
Acidity of the Stomach '
USE SOLOMON'S BITTBRS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYHAH.
J^O YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake tn the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, roBs and
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYN AH.
rjYHE AMERICAN SUBMERGED,
The simplest and most powerful in use. It ls
proved to be the cheapest, most effective, dura?
ble and reliable PUMP. Has no leather packing.
A child can work it. For sale by
JENNINGS, T?OML1NSON k CO.,
sept28 Imo_General Agents for So. Ca.
GIVa GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
septn 3mce RAOUL A LYNAII.
JT^AMB FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
The only reliable and a rst-class FAMILY KNIT?
TER ever offered to the public. Over one hun?
dred different garments and stitches. Gold and
Silver Medals at all the principal Fairs in thc
United States and Europe. Best tl lng for Agents
to make money on. For samples and terms ad?
dress LAMB KNITTING M. M. CO.,
sept23 imo Chicopee Falls, Mass.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Issues all kinds of Life and Endowment Poli?
cies. Dividends annually In cash. Only Com?
pany having the Definite Guaranteed Surrender
Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second tono
Company In the United States for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. HI Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W". BUCK, President.
WILLIAM M. COLE, Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, second floor.
Local and canvassing Agents wanted through?
out the State.
Apply In person or by letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, JR. ,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Q.UAEDI AN MUTUAL
LIPE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1860.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEIT ABLE,
j HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQULRBD.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 60 F BR CENT,
Polices In force.$26,000,000
Annual Income. soo,ooo
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
. L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
0. A. FUDICKAR, Sape rta tendent.
Hon. John A Dix, New York,
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
I John J. Crane, President Bank Republic.
I Wm. M. Vermuye, Banker, (Vermflye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. Oeorge Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot 0. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Finn Thomas Rigney A Co.
Be nj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Cb.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haugh wout, Firm E. V. Haugh wont A Co.
Wm. Wllkens, Firm of wakens A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant. >
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Ouyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Lesur?
as ce" Company.
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
' Twenty-third street.
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM ? LSSERTEL,
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
JXzm flub he aliens.
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\?T 1LLIAM M. LAWTON,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. io BOYCE'S WHARF.
Extra Heavy Sea Island BAGGING AND TWINE
for sale. Advances made on Produce lu hand.
ftnct?m Sales-v?rjie OJarj.
J^ARGE WELL-MADE COUNTER,
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
One large well-made COUNTER, fourteen feet
tty three. _oct 27
BTE.M. MARSHALL k BRO.
JJORSES, CART, COTTON GLN, Ac
THIS DAY at half-past io o'clock, at No. 33
Five HORSES, one Cart, Cotton Gin, Furniture,
Cottage Set, Mahogany Lounges, Sideboards,
Chairs, Tables, Carpeting, Ac._oct 27
BY MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS AND CUT?
LERY TO CLOSE SALE.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
48 Casslmere and Satinet SACK COATS
34 Black Cloth Frock Coats
36 Caasalmere and Satinet Yeats
200 Pair Casslmere and Satinet Pants
Mermo Shirts and Drawers,' Printed Aprons,
Linen Towels, Madras Handkerchiefs, Merino
Hose and Half Hose, Plain, Hemstitched and Em?
broidered Handkerchiefs, Hair Neu, Notions, Ac.
10 Gross Table CUTLERY.
. On FRIDAY, the 29th inst., I win sell loo Cases
BOOTS, Shoes and Hats. _oct27
BT KNOX) DALY ?CO.
PPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE
FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITER'S AND
ALL CONCERNED, OF GOODS DAM?
AGED' DURING THE LATE
FIRE 0? KD?G STREET.
We will commence to sell THIS DAY, the 2Tth
Inst., at ie o'clock A. M., and continue from
from day to day until disposed of
The entire Stock of Mr. A. Hiing, No. 237 King
street, damaged by water during the late dre, and
appraised at over $25,000, comprising DRY
GOODS, Carpets, Matting, Fancy Goods in great
TOYS of every description, Ac.
Conditions cash for all amounts under $100;
$1.f? to $500 thirty days; over $600, sixty days,
approved endorsed notes.
49* All persona unknown to Ihe auctioneer will
be required to give a deposit on purchasing.
BY J. FRASER MATHE WES.
?gR?SSBLS CARPETS, PIANO, 4c.
I will sell THIS DA Y, at half-past io o'clock,
Handsome BRUSSELS CARPETS. Seven Octave
Plano, Plated-ware, Extension Dining Table, Card
Table, elegant Mahogany Bedstead, with cornice,
Cottage Bedstead, Wardrobe, Mirror, Ac.
1 IRON SAFE.
BY ?. A. H?BT.
SEVENTY-FIVE CASES BOOTS AND
THIS DAY, the 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, In my
Store, No. 142 Meeting street, I will sen,
76 cases BOOTS AND SHOES, asssorted. '
BY WM. MCKAY.
SALE ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN, TO PAY STORAGE AND
I will sell THIS DAY, Wednesday, at my a tore, No.
136 Meeting street, at io o'clock,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and a large lot of
Miscellaneous Articles. oct27
QUtction SaUs-fvXaxt Elans.
BY R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
SMALL DWELLING AT MOUNT
On THURSDAY, 28th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
, sold, at the Old Postofflce, Broad street.
A DWELLING of four seuare rooms, piazza and
kitchen, on Church street, Mount Pleasant, Just
north of Paten's Store. Lot 62 by 144 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCES NOB. 6 AND 8 PRINCESS
On THURSDAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postofflce, Broad street,
The above brick RESIDENCES, containing eacb
6 square rooms, with gas throughout, cistern,
outbuildings, Ac. Lot of each, six by aa feet.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay na for papers
and stamps. _octgl
BY R. M. MARSHALL St BRO.
BRICK RESIDENCE, TRADD STREET,
On THURSDAY, 38th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postofflce. Broad street,
The Brick TENEMENT, No. as Tradd street,
second door from Meeting, containing 6 square
rooms and basement, with outbuildings, gas and
cistern. Lotis by 200 feet, more or less.
Terms'cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. oct27
BY Rt M. MARSHALL & BRO.
FARM AND DWELLING. NEAR ST.
On THURSDAY. 28th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postofflce, Broad street,
197 acres of LAND, two and a half miles from
St. Stephen's Depot, Northeastern Railroad, and
thirty miles from Charleston; 100 acres cleared,
balance well wooded. On the place are a Dwell?
ing of four rooms and outbuildings, and a line
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
L? THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
W. W. HARLLEE, BANK?
Pursuant to an order of Honorable Judge Bryan
in the above case, dated Jnly 13th, 1869, I will
sell on the first MONDAY In November next, at
The following VALUABLE PROPERTY of said
1st. The PLANTATION on which said bankrupt
now resides, near Mars' Bluff Station, on both
sides of the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, containing 660 acres, more or less; bounded
by Lands of George C. James, W. R. Johnson, R.
Napier, estate of C. Bailey, J. EU Gregg and Mrs.
Julia Wilson. This Plantation consists of several
lota and tracts, which will be sold separately, a
plat of which may be seen on application to the
assignee, and which will be exhibited on the day
of sale. Some of these Lands are highly Improved,
and suited for the cultivation of cotton. One of
the tracts, containing 200 to soo acres, more or
less, will Include the homestead of General Mari?
lee, situated less than half a mlle from the Mars'
Bluff depot, one of the finest and best arranged
dwellings in the State, with flower-garden and
outbuildings of every description necessary for
comfort or convenience.
2d. A TRACT OF LAND on the north side of Little
Peedee River, containing 660 acres more or less;
conveyed to bankrupt by the sheriff of Marion
District, and recorded In book -, page -, in the
Register's Office for Marton District; bounded
there by Lands of David Page, John F. Page and
others-on which James R. Page now resides.
3d. A LOT AND OFFICE lu Marton Village,
fronting on the south and east on the public
square; bounded on the north by Lot of S. E.
McMlllcur, and south by S. M. Brown, (or E.
Barnes' lot,) and on the west by - street.
4th. One-half interest in a TRACT OF LAND
known as Bird's Landing, on the Great Peedee
River, containing twelve (12) acres; purchased by
James Graham and bankrupt Jointly; bounded
by Great Peedee River on the west, by the public
road on the east, and on all other sides by Joseph
Bird's Land, at the Peedee Bridge of the wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad.
5th. One-half interest in three (3) unimproved
LOTS OF LANI) In Marion Village, Marion County,
containing each five-tenths of an acre; bounded
by Lands of John Ammons, W. J. Dickson and
others, and situated near the Depot of the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad, marked Nos.
16.17,18 in a plat of said village made by Deputy
Surveyor Levi Leggett, dated February 5, 1857;
said lots conveyed to J. J. and W. W. uarllee by
C. D. Evans, Commissioner lu Equity.
6th. One-half Interest In LOT OF LAND and
office thereon In the Village of Conwayboro',
County of Dorry, thirty-flve feet square with
western end fronting on Main street; conveyed
to Harllee and Walsh by H. Buck, assignee; lot
marked us No? 3. 1
Terms-One-fourth (Vi) cash; balance on a cre?
dit of one and two years: purchasers to give bond
with Interest frovi "thc day of sale, payable an?
nually, secured by mortgage of t>.e premises, and
to pay for all necessary papers and stamps.
octl3 w3 A. H. FORD, Assignee.
HAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and al
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprllli No. 31 Broad street, (un stabs.)
Auction Qaltt"fixate Wans.
IN EQUITY-ANDERSON COUNTY-B. PRANK
SLOAN vs. WILLIAM H. D. GAILLARD AND
OTHERS-BILL TO PARTITION REAL
ESTATE, Ac. OP BENJAMIN P.
By virtue of an order to me directed from Ute
Honorable Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
District, I will sell to the highest bidder, at Pen?
dleton Village, on FRIDAY, the 10th day of No?
The HOUSE AND LOT, known as the late resi?
dence 0/ said deceased, situated m the Vlllage of
Pendleton on-street, adjoining Lot of E.
Sharp and Blue Ridge Railroad, containing nine
acres, more or lesa.
The BRICK STOREHOUSE AND LOT, situate ia
said Village, and on the public square thereof,
now occupied by J. B. E. Sloan a Co.
Terms of Sale-One-fourth of the purchase
money cash; the remaining three-fourths on a
creditor twelve months, with Interest from day
of sale, secured by the bond of purchaser, and at
least two approved sureties, with a mortgage ot
the premises. Purchaser to pay for sumps and.
titles. JOHN W. DANIELS,
Clerk of Court Anderson County.
oct27 wfm IODSC . . ... , i . ,
BY JOH* S. BYAN.
AUCTION SALE OP LOT OF LAND
NORTHEAST CORNER OF EAST BAT
ABD G?IGNARD STREET.
On TUESDAY, the sd daybf November, st the
Old Poetofflce at ll o'clock A. AL, I will sell at
Public Auction, without any manner of reserve. *
All that LOT OF LAND, tt the northeast corner
of East Bay and Guignr.rd street, measuring and
containing si Iee* ?luches frost on East Bay, by
153 feet on Guignard street, and 24 feet 8 Inches
on the back, be the same mote or less.
; The LOT immediately adjoining the above on
the north Une, same dimensions.
Terms of Sale-One-third cash: remainder In
one, two and three years, secured by- bond and
mortgage of the property sold, Purchaser, to pay
for conveyance sad stamps.
N. B.-For further information, apply to ,
oct? JOHN 8. BYAN, No. 62 Broad street.
^SSIG NEfiS' SALE.
By virtue of as order of sale to me directed by
the Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge of tbs Baited
States District Court for the District of Southe
Carolina. I will sell at. pubUo auction, ia tko
Town of TimmonsviUe, South Carolina, off
WEDNESDAY, the third day of November next,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
Alf and singular the right title and interest of
John M. Timmons, in or to the following REAL
ESTATE, with theBuildings thereon:
One hundred sad twenty-four (124) LOTS la the
Town of Tuarn ons ville, as per plau of the same.
TRACT OF LAND la DarUngton County, 8- C.,
containing one hundred and thirty-seven (137 )
acres, more or less; bounded on the north sad
east by Lands of W. B. Timmons, south by Land s
formerly owned by Thomas BUL and on the west
by Lands of Hui, Grey and MoLendon, and known
as the "Hughs" Land.
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8. C..
containing one huadn^i and forty-eight (148)
acres, more or leas; bounded north and east by
Lands of Harrell Pettigrew and W. A. French,
Booth and west by Lands or Benjamin Revet
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8, 0,,
containing fifty (50) acres more or less, adjoining
Lands formerly owned by James Oliver, William
Gee, Mrs. Ham, and known as the Wullara Oliver
TRACT OF LAND in Darlington County, S. C.,
containing two hundred and thirty-seven (237)
acres, more of less;, lying between Sparrow
Swamp.and Lake Swamp; bounded north by
Lands bf Stander White and Seamore, east by
Lands of Lawborn and estate' of Winiam Journi
gan, south by Lands of Thomas Stevenson, and
west by Lands of James Hill.. .
TRACT OF LAND m Darlington County, 8 0..
containing two. hundred and se ven ty-live. (276)
acres, more or less, lying between Sparrow Swamp
and Lynch's Creek, near Cannon and Ward's
Mill; bounded north by the run of Sparrow
Swamp, and Lands of T. J. Cannon, east by
Henry Ham's Land, south and west by Ward's
TRACT OF LAND in Darlington County,. 8. C,
containing two hundred sad sixty-six (M*) acree,
more or less, lying between Bay Branch and
Lynch's Creek; bounded north by lands of T, J.
Cannon, east by Lands of J. Cusack, south by
Lynch's Creek, and west by Lands bf J. G. Black?
TRACT OF LAND m Darlington County, 8. C.,
containing three (3) acres, more or less, nett Ola
Effingham, known as Lawrence's "Old Tanyard."
TRACT OF LAND la Darlington County, 8. C.,
containing nine (0) acres, more or less, sitaste In
rear of the academy at Effingham.
TRACT OF LAND m Darlington County, 3. 0"
containing forty-three (43) acres, more or less, sit?
uate at Timmonsvllle, outside the corporate lim?
its; (boundaries shown by plat)
TRACT ur LAND in iWungton County, 8.0.,
containing twenty-five (26) acres, more or less,
situate at TimmonsvUle, outside the corporate
limits; (boundaries shown by plat)
TRACT OF LAND ia Clarendon County, A C.,
containing three hundred and fifty (350) acres,
more or less, known as the "Grant" Land, Ad?
joining Lands of James Thomas, Joel Allen, and
TRACT OF LAND to Cistern County, fl. by
containing nine hundred afl7P thirty-five (Bet)
acres, more or less, lying on Burrell Branch and
Kingstree Swamp; bounded north by Lands of
Robert J. McKnight, south by.Lands of estate of
William L. Hickson and James McKenzie, wost
by Lands of Duncan Smiley, Noah Floyd, H. B
McKnteht and william ?, McKenzie. . ' T,
TRACT OF LAND,. to ?rjmterQouB^?."*?
containing three hundred and eighty (Siseros,
more or less, known as the "Norwood's Cross
Roads Tract;'' (the'Sum *r and Claren doa Uno
passes through this tract)
On M8NDAY, the 8th day of November, 18?*, at
Btogstree* South Carolina, at 12 o'clock M.,
The following TRACTS OF LAND;.
TRACT of three hundred acres, more or leas,' lu
the County or williamsburg, S. C., one fend a half
(IX) or two (2) miles from My ersvllle,on the North?
eastern Railroad, adjoining Lands of N. M. Gra?
ham and the estate of Bra m boy.1
TRACT OF LAND to Williamsburg County, 3.
C., containing *iree hundred and twenty-one.
acres, more or Las, lying on Meadow Prong.
On TUESDAY, the lath day of November, 1863, at
Marlon Courthouse, 8 C.,
TRACT OF LAND in Marton County, s. C., con?
taining four hundred and sixty-six (406) seres,
more or less: bounded on the north by Landa of
estate of 8 A. Campbell and Lands of estate of
Roger Gordon, south by Lands of Dr. McMillan
and James Dewitt, east by Lands of tba estate of
Richard Wilkerson,and west by Lands of Richard
White and James McNeil.
TRACT OF LAND In Marion County, S. C., con?
taining three hundred (300) acres, more or leas,
known as the "Henry Hutchinson" Land. -
TRACT OF LAND to Marton Connty, 8 o., of
fonr (4) acres, more dr lees, lying, being and situ?
ate at Effingham, on the Northeastern Railroad;
bounded on all sides by the estate Lands of Joba
M. Timmons, deceased. . .
Terms-One-third cash; balance upon s eradu
or one and two years, with interest from date,
payable annually till the whole amount bots
principal and Interest, be paid: the purchaser or
purchasers to give his or their bond or bonds
with approved security and a mortggse or mort?
gages of the premises. Purchasers to nay for
aU necessary sumps and for papers.
HENRY ?. P. SANDERS, .
Assignee or John M. Timmons, Bankrupt.
?rorktrg, Orjinc, Ut.
Q H I N A ,
OF DIRECT IMPORT AT ION,
AT IMPORTER'S COST.
Now opening, a lue Une of
FRENCH CHINA, DINNER SETS
Tea Sets, ToUet Sets.
SEPARATE PLATES, of ail the sizes
Cups and Saucers, of all the sizes
Tureens, Sauce Tureens, Boats, Dishes, Cover
Now ls the time to fill np vacancies at cost Call
and see the stock. R. H. MCDOWELL,
oct25 mwf3 King and Liberty streets.
E CAREF UL
When you are exhausted by overwork of head
or hand, and feel the noadorsomethjng Invigorat?
ing, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whether under the name or Bitters or ot her?
wise. Such articles give Jus} as much strength
to your weary body and mind as thc whip gives
to the Jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants are injurious to nerve health, and are al?
ways followed by depressing reaction. "
DODO'S NBRVINE AND INVTGORATOR
Is a Tonic and gentle stimulant, which is not at?
tended by reaction. What it gains for you lt
maintains. When lt refreshes body or mind, lt
refreshes with natural strength that comes to
stay. We are not recommending teetotalism In
the interest or anv faction; but long and extend?
ed observation teaches us that he who resorts to
the bottle for rest or recuperation, will find, as he
keeps at it, that he ls kindling a fire in his bones
which will consume like the flames of perdition.
Turu from it. Take a tonic that will refresh and
not de^trov. DODD'S NERVINE ls for aale by aU
Druggists." Price One dollar. See bookofoertl
flcates that accompanies each bottle.