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Kee tl K?m Thia Day.
M?scate Fair Association, at half-past T P. M.
- Amation Sale* TMS Day.
r ?. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at io o'clock,
at the old Posrofflce, valuable real estate.
Wullara Gurney will sell at 10 o'clock, at No. 102
Sadt Bay, commissary stores.
BS? Knox, Daly A Oo. will continuo t?ie sale, at io
> o'clocx, at store No. 237 Kins; street, of a stock of j
R. k A. P. Caldwell wm sell at half-past o
?.'clock, at their store, provisions, Ac.
John G. Mimer A Co. will seU at 10 o'clock, at
naelr, store, assorted dry goods, Ac.
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.-The Alert Base Ball
Club have accepted the chaUengc of the Palmetto
fiuib pub- ashed In TUE NEWS of Tuesday.
Ta? CHEAPEST YET.-THE NEWS Job Office is
I new printing bin-heads m the best style and on
Itae paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
H B SWINDLERS, Westlake and Bergman,
?Beached Savannah in safety early yesterday, morn
^^ng. It is thought that Bergman w?i plead
Tas FAINTEKS' STRIKE.-There are about eight '
whlie and: six colored painters at work at present, j
The remainder are still "striking" for $2 50 per
day. They are orderly. J
Tm FBEOTDSCH AKTSB r ND wUl gi ve an entertain?
ment at their hall at eight o'clock this evening.
The aj^tsical and dramatical portion of the enter?
tainment promises to be better than has ever been
produced before the society. It will oe a pleasant
aaUr. _ _
Tau PLANS for a weeden trussed bridge, to be
erected to connect John's and Wadmalaw Isl
" ands, are on exhibition at the office sf the County
Oommtssioners. The bridge will be sixty feet
long. The proposals for building it have not yet
NEW LIGHTS AND SHADES.-Mr. P. L. Guillemin
has recently Introduced some novelties ta the
snape of rotary glass burners that are now all
the vogue, and the chief attraction In some of
.our business houses. Mr. Guillemin has also a
new style of argand shade that sheds a soft light
in no ways Injurious to the eyes.
Lujro AND IMMIGRATION.-We print this mou?
ing a sensible letter from Mr. Morgan, of the
acuse of W. C. Alden k Co., cf New York, nrglng
th? lane-holders to give away a part cf their land
aa a beaus to white emigrant laborers. Mr. Mor?
can ia now In Charleston, and may be seen at the
offices of G. ?. Trenhoun A Son, at the comer of
East Bey and Broad streets.
PERSONA!_Wm, B. Shaw, Esq., the general
agent of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
baa returned to the city from New York. The
offices ot Mr. Shaw are at No. 141 Meeting street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel.
E. M. Wright, Esq., of the Arm of R. L. Maitland
* Oe*, of New York, arrived in Charleston by the
Champion, and ls thc guest of the Hon. George
A. Trenholm. The house qf R. L. Maitland A Co.
?of which Mr. Wright bas-boen the managtag part?
ner far a number of years, is well known as one
of the ??ost substantial and Influential firms in
. JfewYor*. . ? ' -
- THX MASONIC FATE,-This Fair will not only be
of interest ant} benefit to tm. City af Charleston
and the Masonic fraternity here, but to the
Masons throughout the Sute. Arrangements
kate been made which will insure Its being a
complete success. As it will be held during the
.easton of the Grand Lodge, when there will be a
large representation from nearly aU. ii -ot all, or
?he Lodges ta the State, we would <? 0gest that ;
there be a grand and Imposing proccession of the
Masonic fraternity on the tttVcenth of November,
whicn will make an interesting feature of the
. -proceedings during the Fair week.
CONDITION OP BRIDGES.- Messrs. McLaughlin
and Miller, County Commissioners, have been in?
specting the bridges of the county within the
past few days. Mr. Mclaughlin reports that the
bridgea at Bonneau's Ferry, In St. Thomas, Bock
and Big Camp Bridges, in St. James, San tee, are
ta a very bad condition. Mr. Miller reports that
the bridges over Whitehall, or Ferguson's Swamp,
ave sallee from PtaeopoUs and ten miles from
MoncA's Corner, Northeastern Railroad, all ta St.
John* Berkeley, arc all ta avery dilapidated con?
dition, and that the life of any one who attempts
tc cross them 1B endangered.
MUT re o op THE ALMSHOUSE COMMISSIONER?.
A meeting of the Commissioners of the Alms
Boneo was held yesterday afternoon. It was re?
pon*} that the Commissioners of, th* Orphan
house had refused to receive within the walls of i
mt that lustrttrcion five pauper children-three
girls and two boys-and that the Sisters of Mercy
had iptenteerod to take care of and educate them
without expense to the city. It was resolved
that they should be transferred to the institution
ta charge of the Sister? to-day. The chairman
waa instructed to return the thanks of the Board
of Commissioners to the Sisters for their liberal
aad charitable offer.
SOFTHIRN ENTERPRISE.-Meas ra. J?hn F. Tay.
1er A Co., of the Phoenix Iron Works, have re
ocntlj turned out one of the largest boilers ever
made in Charleston. It was ordered for the
steamer ?mille, and ls nine feet two inches ta
d?amete/, sixteen feet long, and nineteen feet
?dgh; two hundred horse-power, aad weighs fif?
teen tons. One of the noteworthy peculiarities
is the large plates of which the boiler ls manufac?
tured, the arch of the furnaces being formed from
angle plates. The boiler has four flues sLxteea
Inches ta diameter, and eighty-four tubes four
Inches ta diameter. It Las been finished ta a su?
perior HUVLuer, and ia m every respect n credit to
the bolide rs.
. A MCDEL ESTABLISHMENT.-We invite the atten?
tion, of the friends of TBS NXWS ta the city and
throughout the Stave to the excellent facilities
' which our office enjoys for the prompt execution
af ail kinds of Book'and Job Printing. Fully pro
tided with new type and machinery of the latest
and most approved pattern, and having a large
and carefully selected stock of cards, envelopes
and papers Qf all qualities, THE NEWS Job Office is
now prepared to nil orders fer every description
?of plata and ornamental printing ta the very best
manner, and at rates at least as low as any other
establishment ta the Southern States. Call at
Tatt^ws building (up-stairs) and examine oar
scale of prices and specimens of our work.
MCBE'S LIVERPOOL LINE -The first arrival of the
seasonof the British steam line consigned to Messrs
a. More A Co., tcok place yesterday, the steam?
ship Dari en, Captain J. Peters, reaching her wharf j
Soon after mid-day, direct from Liverpool, having
left October 5th. The Darten brings a good freight
and some passengers, and will be immediately
discharged and placed on the berth for freight.
Tills vessel ts of substantial construction, and was
built at Hartlepool, on the east coast of England,
a point"now.second only to the Clyde In the build?
ing of ocean steamers. She ls 1172 tons, and will
probably carry about 2000 bales of upland cotton.
Captain Peters ls an experienced and capable sea.
mao, and may .be expected to give shippers and
passengers the utmost satisfaction.
ifa? DURAND.-The Paris correspondent of the
w Yort Times dined recently with M. Auber, ta
Paris: "Among the guests were Mlle. Polnsot,
Who, you will remember, ?nee Termed part of
Maretzek'S company tn New York; Mlle. Damo
rean, daughter of Mme. Ctate Damortau, and her?
self ft prima doona; and Mlle. Louise- Durand, the
American soprano, who has recently arrived
here. M. Auber seemed to take great interest ta
our young countrywoman, and his counsels will
be of inest; enable value to ker. There ls som? tatt:
of sa oner having already been made her from St.
Mb? Durand ls a native Charlestonlan, and her
ftiepb wui be glad to hear that she has met with
ao watara reception ta Europe.
Shippers of Cotton Object to the Em?
ployment of the Harbormaster as
Stevedore, and the Longshoremen
Teeterday the captain of the bark A. B. Wyman
employed 0. B. Stoddard, Harbormaster, as
stevedore. The shippers of the cotton objected to
the appointment, and the captain discharged
The longshoremen immediately suspended work
all along the wharves, and at half-past one o'clock
to the nnmber of four hundred assembled at the
j G. B. Stoddard appeared with the black eye Ben?
jamin Aldert presented with him two or three
After any amoun t of excited t al kin g, thc follow?
ing preamble and resolutions were presented and
Wnereas, The shippers per the Boston bark A.
B. Wyman, bound for Liverpool, have refused to
ship any cotton on board of said vessel unless
Captain G. B. Stoddard, stevedore, ls dismissed
from loading said vessel; and, whereas, the ship?
pers have declared that they make this demand
on the sole ground that Captain Stoddard is a
Resolved, By the Longshoremen's Protective
Cnlon of Charleston, that no member of this
Union will work on board the bark A. B. Wyman,
unless their brother member. Captain G. B. Stod?
dard, be first restored t<? dsty as stevedore on
board of said vessel, and further, no member Of
this Union will aid in loading any vessel with cot?
ton until the shippers withdraw all discrimina?
tion against longshoremen on accouut of their
political sentiments, whether such members be
Republicans or Democrats.
Resolved, That copies of these resolutions be
forwarded for publication to the Boston Shipping
Journal, the Boston Post, the New York Herald
and Tribune, the Bk.u (Me.) Journal, and thc pa?
pers in this city.
I After these resolutions were disposed of, lt was
[ resolved, that as the shippers of cotton to Eu?
rope were the only ones who objected to Stod?
dard, the longshoremen would refuse to work
i only on board of vessels loading for Europe.
MORTALITY AMONG THE COLORED CHILDREN.
During the forty-eight hours past, six colored
children have died-the eldest of whom was not
quite eighteen month*, old. Neglect ls the cause
assigned for their deaths.
THE OLD FIREMEN OF NEW YORK TO VISIT THE
SOUTH.-The New York Sun says: "Tho New York
Firemen's Association, composed of the old o Ul?
cers and members of our once famons volunteer
department, have received an urgent request
to visit the South during the coming season, and
are promised a superb ovation. At the close of
the war the firemen of the Sonth made an appeal
to their brethren of the North for aid, nearly
everything they had having been destroyed.
The New York Firemen's Association responded
to the appeal, and gave a splendid hose carriage
to Hose Company No. 1, of Colombia, S. C. Our
citizens may remember the melancholy loss of
the steamer Andalusia, with their beautiful gift
on board, together with a full set of fire equip?
ments for each member; yet, nothing daunted,
they had another carriage built and presented
to the Columbia company, at an outlay of near
$10,000. Many of the Southern firemen have
been on a visit here, and havo urged 'he New
York firemen to visit the South."
CRCHES.-There will be a meeting of thc City
About forty drummers have procured licenses
to "drum" this season. The number of those who
have "drummed" withont the documents ls not
To-day, at Sumter, Chief Justice Moses will hear
the application of counsel of W. N. Hughes, et al.,
for a rule to make P. J. Coogan, et al., show cause
why they should not be attached for contempt of
The "OH bill" will, it is thought, slip into an
ordinance at the meeting of Council to-night.
The plank road to be built from the city limits
to the Six Mlle House has been completed to a
point a sb jrt distance beyond the Four Mile
A city sheriff will be elected by Connell to-night.
It is rumored that D. T. Corbin and Geo. Addison
wlU be nominated. The latter will be elected.
A negro woman named Mary Brown, who has
been in Jail three months, refused to come out
yesterday. She seems to like imprisonment.
Somebody remarks that "every cord of wood
given to thc poor will be so much fuel saved from
use in the next world." Now ls the time to try
the experiment of giving.
Three men were before the Mayor yesterday for
Stephen Maxwell, negro, went for hts wife doy
before yesterday with a hatchet and ordered her
to prepare to die She went to a magistrate in?
stead, and Stephen went to jail.
The Emerald Base Ball Club will give a soiree
. P. H. Scott, who is charged with stealing $1800
from the Adams Express Company, has seven
lawyers defending him before the Laurens Court.
A strong case is being made against bim.
The Hope Fire Engine Company will give a
soiree on Monday night.
Thos. Rooney, who was detected while attempt?
ing to commit a burglary, was committed to Jail
yesterday by Magistrate Mackey.
Mary Nesbitt and Clara Simmons, colored,
charged with stealing silver-ware from Dr. Thane,
were before Magistrate Flaum yesterday aud
gave security for their appearance for trial.
James Grant, who, after being furnished with
i lodging, stole the money of his hostess, has re?
pented and yesterday returned the money.
The fines Imposed by the Mayor yesterday
amounted to $10.
Mary Morris, a'patient who escaped from the
Mazy ck street Hospital, has been arrested and re?
turned to her old quarters.
THE UNITED STATES COCBT-HON. GBOROB S.
BRYAN, J mos, PRESIDING.-A special session of
tho District Court was held yesterday.
The Judge gave notice that a special session of
the District Court would be held every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at ll o'clock, for the
transaction ef admiralty and bankrupt business.
In the oase of James s. Glover (Hen creditor) vs.
Edward F. Davis, bankrupt-application to ex?
amine bankrupt-the bankrupt was ordered to
appear before Registrar Carpenter for examina?
tion on the 10th of November.
In the case of James S. Glover vs. Edward F.
Davis-application for an order directing testi?
mony to be read In regard to the validity of judg?
ment in favor of Mrs. s. G. Davis-the order was
granted, and Registrar Carpenter ordered to re?
ceive the testimony.
In the case of J. M. Rose and Cohen vs. W. Win
stock-petition to allow compensation-the peti?
tion was referred to Registrar Carpenter to report
upon the facts and the compensation due.
In the case of Johu Uorlbeck, executor of estate
of E. Blum vs. Levy A Alexander-petition for
payment for rent-the report of the registrar was
confirmed and the assignee ordered to pay one
hundred dollars to petitioners; also, ordered that
the petitioners have leave to prove before thc re?
gistrar the amount due for rent from thc period
of bankruptcy of said Levy A Alexander.
Petitions of Samuel W. Evans, of Chesterfield,
Christopher D. Easterling and Robert C. Easter
ling, of Marlboro', Thomas L. Waring, of Uiarles
tan, and Ephraim M. Seabrook, of Beaufort, for
final discharges in bankruptcy, were gsanted.
In the case of Lemuel B. Stephenson vs. Addison
A. McDowell, petition to sell real estate, thc peti?
tion was referred to Registrar Carpenter.
In th? case of Lemuel B. Stephenson vs. James
L. McDowell, petition to sell personal property,
the petition was referred to Registrar Carpenter.
In the case of Jamas Patterson vs. Silas Ivans,
petition for sale of real estate, the petition v as
referred to Registrar Carpenter.
In the ease of W. W. Brady vs.T. M. Godbold,
petition ta establish Hen, the petition was raf ;r
red fa Registrar Carpenter.
In the case of Francis G. Cart, the United States
Marshal was Instructed to sell thc unexpired
lea?* aad gowing crop of the plantation called
the John's Island Ferry and Wilkins tract.
In the case of A. McRac, assignee, vs. Jerry H.
Lee, petition to sell real estate, thc assignee was
ordered to sell at public auction.
In the case or A. McRae, assignee, vs. John M.
Waddell, petition to sell real estate, the assignee
was ordered to seU.
The court then adjourned.
SHBBDS OP STATS NEWS.-The Greenville and
Colombia Railroad has done a larger freight busi?
ness this fall than ever before since the war.
The weather in Colombia, during the last few
days, has been quite Novemberish. >
H. A. Wright, of Edgefield, has been appointed
a notary public. >
Mr. P. D. Lincoln, the business agent of the
Sumter News, is a guest at the Pavilion Hotel and
will solicit advertisements for his paper.
ANNUAL MEETING-RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.-Thc annual meeting of
the Society for the Relief of the Widows and Or?
phans of the Clergy of thc Protestant Episcopal
Church of South Carolina was held at the Man?
sion House, yesterday, at l o'clock.
RESOLUTIONS OP RESPECT.
The following preamble and resolutions were
offered by the Standing Committee and adopted
by the society:
Since the last anniversary of the Society the
Honorable James Rose, having nearly completed
his four score years, has been removed from this
life, and left vacant the places which he had use?
fully and honorably Ailed. He was among the
very oldest members of our venerable Society,
having been eleoted in the year 1810. He also
served as president for thc usual term, and since
1840 has been one of the Standing Committee.
Occupying as he did Important and responsible
trusts in thc community, ami distinguished as he
was for his attention to the hospitalities of re
tined society, he was not unmindful or the duties
which a delicate charity required, or the claims
which want or necessity demanded. It is not too
mocil to say that he "never turned his back on
any poor man." His interest In this Society was
shown by thc length of time during which he was
a member, and was felt by Its objects whenever
occasion occurred. It is, therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of Mr. Rose, the
Standing Committee of this Society has lost an
active, esteemed and valued member.
Resolved, That this preamble and these resolu?
tions be communicated to the Society at its next
annual meeting; that they be published in the
dally papers of the city, and communicated to
the family of Mr. Rose, with the assurances of the
sincere sympathy of the committee in their be?
SUCTION OF OFFICERS.
The following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President, A. J. White; vice-Presi?
dent, Wm. 0. Courtney; Treasurer, James R. Prin?
gle; Secretary, E. Horry Frost; Standing Com?
mittee-Charles Alston, Sr., Henry D. Lesesne,
William B. Pringle, William C. Bee, W. Alston
Pringle, William Aiken, Dr. William T. Wragg,
Hon. A. Huger, Charles P. Lowndes.
Hotel Arrivals-October 27.
Mrs. Epping, Grahamville; Geo. S. Barthelmess,
Savannah; James B. Heywood, Jr., South Caroli?
na; J. W. Shachford, Steamship Pioneer; James
P. Boyce, Greenville; W. G. Harris, EdgeIleld;S.
E. Massmar, Philadelphia; Colonel Wm. J. Frost
Anderson, Aiken; B. B. Parker, Jr.,. Hart County,
Ga.; H. Tuc hm an, Columbia ; N. Tedcslin, Rich?
mond; G. Isaacs, New York; J. W. Rockwell,
Connecticut; Charles Johnson, City; A. Asonsor
Phillp S. Muller, Lenox Smith, G. B. Pandoffens'
New York; Miss Emma Drew, W. M. Drew,
Jacksonville; R. C. Richardson and lady. Claren?
don; Frank Arnum, H. Legier, Edgell eld: W. Mac
murphy, wife, five children and nurse, Augusta;
J. D. Thomas, Orangebnrg.
J. B. White, Mars' Bluff; J. R. Wilson, Wadma
law Island; C. C. DuBose, St. Stephen's; J.H.
Barker, J. M. Bratharn, Barkers Mills; John Will
cock, John Davis, J. P. Harley, Orangeburg; J. H.
Keels, Gourdin's; James W. Grace, Master Chas.
M. Grace, Yonge's Island; James G. Foster, En?
terprise; B. B. Poellnitz, Florence; Miss Eccleston,
Baltimore; George F.Stevens,Selma; M. S. David,
Clarendon, C. C. Moore, New York; Richard Cox
and son, Henry Norflcet, Portsmouth, Va.
MK. A. C. Kaufman wants various securities.
W. G. WHILDEN A CO. have for sale 2000 sets
small plates at reduced prices. See advertise?
MESSRS. MARSHALL A BRO. will offer for sale to?
day some valuable real estate property. See their
THE REGISTER BOOK OP GUESTS for the Mills
House is completed, and now on exhibition at the
store of the manufacturera. Advertising sub
acribers aro requested to call and examine it at
Ncufvllle A Hannam, No. 9 Broad street.
A FINE ASSORTMENT or PHOTOGRAPHS, impe?
rial cards and frames, at C. C. Rightcr's, No. 161
King street. ^_
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job ortlce Is
now prepared to furnish good envelopes^ with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business mau should have his card priuted on his
NEW YORK Harald, Times, Tribune and World,
five cents per copy, at C. C. Rightcr's, No. 161
SMALL FARMS,-Mr. J. Fraser Mathcwcs will
sell at the Old Post?nico, on the 25th of November
next, one hundred small farms, eligibly situated
on the Une of the Savannah and Charleston Rail?
ONE QUIRE lino initial note paper and twenty
live envelopes to match, for forty cents, at C. C.
Rlghter's, No. 161 King street.
ONE OP DICKENS' or Scott's Works ls present?
ed to every annual subscriber to thc XIX Cen?
JJO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sick Headache, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of tho Stomach r
CSE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LY II AH. '
septn 3m QB_
0 OWNERS OF 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 produceil asjby thc ordinary mode, and
thc very ?nest qualitres of Rosin made, if properly
distilled, throughout the season.
Wc have had it in successful operation thc past
season near Georgetown, S. C.
Address MORGAN' A P?DIGON.
Georgetown, S. C.
Pamphlets at THE CHARLESTON NBWS and
Courier offices, and at Shackclford A Kelly's.
octlO tuthsG *
.?QO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake In the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, rolls and
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYNAM,
rjYHE AMERICAN SUBMERGED,
The simplest and most powerfu In use. It ls
proved to be the cheapest, most effective, dura?
ble and reliable PUMP. Has no leather packing.
A child can work lt. For sale bv
JENNINGS, TUOMLINSON A CO.,
sept28 Imo_General Agents for So. Ca.
GIVE GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
soptlT 3mos RAOUL A LTNAH.
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting street, and Horlbeck's Alloy,
Gharrasten, S. C.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly.
?Drrj (Sachs, (ftc.
HW FALL GOODS PO K illi,
JUST OPENED AT
S. T O Ii I/- ? - W E '. B ; B ?fe CO.,
No?. 287 iii 289 KING STEHET.
We respectfully call the attention of the Ladles of Charleston to oar New Stock of CHEAP DRY
GOODS. Every Department ls full and complete in variety and in prices.
Ladles 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 we are determined to give our Customers every
advantage possible in purchasing this season.
A great many Goods have been purchased from Auction Houses and will be sold very low.
We beg to mention a few special bargains which are selling very rapidly.
1 case FALL DRESS GOODS at 25 ceata, (worth 45 cents.)
1 case assorted Winter Poplins, ?6 cents-very cheap.
K case assorted DeLalnes, 20 cents.
1 case assorted Poplins at 30 and 35 cents-cheap.
1 case Changeable Poplins at 40 cents.
1 case Winseys (new) for Suits, 25 cents-cheap.
A large lot of 7-8 Poplins at 50 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, la Light
French Merlnoes and Empress Cloths m every Shade and at low figures.
Ladles will please call and examine our Stocks before purchasing elsewhere.
NEW LOT OF BLACK SILKS AND BLACK DRESS GOODS.
W O O Ii Ii 33 N DEPARTMENT.
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 60 cents-cheap.
Opera and Sack Flannels, all Shades.
All Wool Red Flannels at 25 cents, less by pieces.)
1 case assorted patterns Figured Cassimeres, for Gents' Suits, at $1-cheap.
Family Blankets la every variety and at low prices. Special attention to a cheap White Blanket at
$3 per pair, Job.
* ? I
DOMESTIC GOODS, I
BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK at 70 cents-cheap.
1-2 Bleached Tr.oie Damask at 50 cents, (worth 76.)
A lot of Huck Towels over one yard long at 25 cents.
Super All Linen Hack Towelling at 25 cents.
20 pieces very (.heap Blrdeye Diaper, (a job.)
Russia Diapers and Cotton Diapers.
1 case 4-4 Longclotlis, 12)? cents-cheap.
Our Longcloth Stock ls the '-rgest we have ever shown, ranging la price from d?? cents to 20 and
28 cents. Every piece In the best Standard Brands WARRANTED PERFECT la Texture.
CALICOES for Fall and Winter in very large variety.
One case very cheap MADDER COLORS at ll cents.
Our Stock ls Full and Complete la every Department, and Consumers can invest their funds to
advantage at the Cheap Store,
NOS. 2 8 7 AND 2 8 9 KING STREET.
STOLJL, WEBB & CO.
RY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
We are now exhibiting thc largest and best selected stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS,
Laces and Embroideries, Cloaks, Shawls, Gloves, Hosier}', Fancy Goods, Ribbons, Ac, that we
have ever offered, and invite attention of purchasers, guaran teeing to sell our Goods, for cash or city
acceptances, as cheap as the cheapest.
Our stock of Dress Goods comprises, in part, Blaok and folored Silks, Irish and French Poplins,
All-wool Merm?os, Empress Cloths, Alpacas, Delaines, PopUnettes, Prints, Ac, to which we are add?
ing novelties per every steamer.
EACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
French Laces in variety, Lace Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Embroidered Goods of every de?
scription, Edging and Inscrtlngs, Embroidered Sets, Infants' Embroiderer Cloaks, Robes and Waists,
Embroidered Merino Sacks, together with very many o?tacr articles which may always be found la
our Lace and Embroidery Department.
GEOVES AND HOSIERY.
We are Sole Agents appointed la Charleston for HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, which have
no superiors. We have au sizes, from SK to 8, m Black, White and Colors; Berlin, Silk and Lisle Gloves
of every description, for men, women and children.
HOSIERY, best lngiish manufacture, la great variety. Men's Half Hose, supcrior English,
tko best quality. ,
CEOAKS AND S II A W E ? .
Our Cloak and Shawl Room ls replete with all the latest novelties of Ladles' and Misses' Cover?
ings. * Most of oar Cloaks are either our own importations or our own manufacture, enabling us to
sell them at the lowest possible Agares.
Black Cloaks In Cloth from S3 50 to $45. Colored Chinchilla, Cloth Cloaks, Blapk Silk Covermgs,
Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Broche and Printed Cashmere Shawls, Woollen Shawls, Mourning
Shawls, Ac, Ac.
MISCEEEANEOUS AND FANCY GOODS.
Ladles' Ties and Scarfs, Ribbon BOWH, Gentlemen's rich Roman Scarfs, Tlee and Cravats, Rib?
bons, Belts and Sashes, Perfumery, French Pomades, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Worsted Nublas and
Sontags, Infants' Knitted Worsted Sacks and Caps, Fancy Worsted Scarfs, Dress Buttons In variety,
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Ac, Swansdown, Crape Goods, Frilllngs, Ruining, and other
articles not herc mentioned.
OUR F A EE AND WINTER STOCK
Now offers groat Inducements to buyers, who will find lt to their advantage to examine our
I Goods before making selections elsewhere. octl4 Imo
"yy- AILEY COTTON TIE.
A FULL SUPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BE KEPT
BY US DURING THE SEASON.
The steadily increasing demand for
THE WALLEY TIE,
Is the best proof of its superiority -over any other
For sale by
STREET BROTHERS & CO.
Sobarca, Cigars, Ut.
J^ANUPACTTJEED AND SM O KIN G
TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
No. isl East Bay.
A general assortment of Manufactured and
Smoking Tobacco, of an grades and styles, from
reliable manufacturers in Virginia and North
Carolina, and offered at the lowest market prices.
Tlie place to buy
Is where you have a choice of styles of different
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chine? now before the public.
TBE WILLCOX A GIBBS'
"WEUD" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Are the simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine is warranted to give satis?
faction, or lt will be exchanged for other kinds.
All kinds of Sowing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for all first class Sewing or Knitting
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac.
REPAIRING as Hsual.
D. B. HASELTON,
mayl stuthly No. 307 King street.
J^AMB FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
The only reliable and flret-olass 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 the
United States and Europe. Beet tiling for Agents
to make money on. For samples and terms ad?
dress LAMB KNITTING M. M. CO.,
sept28 imo Ohicopee Falls, Mass.
J V. BARDIN,
Marshall's Wharf, Charleston, B. c.
Prompt attention given to the sale of Cotton,
Rice and Naval Stores, and Conn try Produce gen?
erally, octs lao
BY R. M. MABSRAL? & BRO.
SMALL DWELLING AT MOUNT
THIS Dal- 28tn instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at th? Old Pu^offlce, Broad street
A DWELLING of four square K?oms, piazza and
kitchen, on Church street. Mount Peasant, just
north of Patjen's Store. Lot 62 by 144 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps._ oct28
BY E. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCES Nos. 6 AND 8 PRLNC?f?B
THIS DAT, 28th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad street,
The above brick RESIDENCES, containing each
8 square rooms, with gas throughout, cistern,
outbuildings, Ac. Lot of each, 31 >i by 36 feet.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for papers
and stamps._ oct28
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
BRICK RESIDENCE, TRADD STREET,
THIS BAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Postofflce, Broad street,
The Brick TENEMENT, No. 66 Tradd street,
second door from Meeting, containing 6 square
rooms aud basement, with outbuildings, gas and
cistern. Lot 15 by 200 feet, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers
and stamps. oct28
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
FARM AND DWELLING, NEAR ST.
THIS DAY, 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 fonr rooms and outbuildings, and a nae
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. oct28
BY KNOX, DALY & CO.
IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE
FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITERS AND
ALL CONCERNED, OF GOODS DAM
ACID DURING THE LATE
FIRB ON KING STREET.
We will continue to sell THIS DAT, the 28th
inst., at 10 o'clock A. M., and continue from
from day to day until disposed of,
The entire Stock of Mr. A. Illing, No. 237 King
street, damaged by water during the late fire, and
appraised at over $25,000, comprising ? DRY
GOODS, Carpets, Matting, Fancy Goods In great
TOTS of every description, Ac.
Conditions cash for all amounts under $100;
$100 to $600, thirty days; over $600, sixty days,
approved endorsed notes.
tar AU persons unknown to the auctioneer will
be required to give a deposit on purohaslng.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
ON ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITERS
AND ALL CONCERNED, TWO CASES
ASSORTED DRY GOODS, MILI?
TARY COATS, Ac.
THIS DAY, 28th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting
street, on account of underwriters and all
Two oases assorted DRY GOODS,
Fancy and Mourning PRINTS, Bleached and
Brown Shirting, Ginghams, Fancy Plaid Osua
burgs, Plaid Lindseys, White Flannel, Ticking,
Shirting Stripes, Blue Denims, Kentucky Jeans,
With Invoices of Desirable GOODS, received by
steamers Champion and Prometheus.
Black and Fancy SATINETS, Heavy Twills,
Kentucky Jeans. Fancy Delaines, Black Clo.b
Cloaks, Worsted Comforts, Ladles' Kid Gloves,
Balmoral Skirts, Bed Blankets, Plaid Wool Shawls,
Undershirts, C. F. Drawers, White Shirts, Head
Handkerchiefs, L. C. Handkerchiefs, Nubias,
Leather Belts, Flax Thread, Hosiery, Ac.
Conditions cash oct28
BY E. & A. P. CALDWELL.,
p R 0 VISIONS, 4c.
THIS DAY, the 29th Instant, will be sold before
our Store, at half-past 9 o'clock,
Barrels Pork Trimmings
New York Hams
Barrels Middlings Flour.
Conditions cash. oct28
BY WM. GURNEY,
0 MM ISS A R Y STORES.
Will be sold at public auction, TniS DAY, at-10
o'clock, at No. 103 East Bay,
A lot of COMMISSARY STORES.
?rockcrrj, Ofrina, #c.
WO THOUSAND SETS
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
3 Inch dat and deep PLATES, at 10c. a set.
4 inch flat and deep Plates, at 15c a sot.
6 inch flat and deep Plates, at 20c. a set.
6 inch flat and deep Plates, at 20c. a set. By
WM. G. WHILDEN A CO.,
Nos. 137 Meeting street and 255 King street,
oct28 thsmwfs Corner Beaufaln.
Q H I N A ,
OF DIRECT IMPORT AT ION,
AT IMPORTER'S COST.
MGR ?pening, a Une line of
FRENCH CUINA, DINNER SETS
Tea Sets, Toilet Sets.
SEPARATE PLATES, of all the sizes
Cups and Saucers, of all the sizes
Tureeus, Sauce Tureens, Bouts, Dishes, Cover?
ed Dishes, Ac, Ac
Now ls the time to All up vacancies at cost. Coll
and see thc stock. R. H. MCDOWELL,
oct25 mwf3 King and Liberty streets.
ACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article is manufactured at the Company's
Works under the direction and superintendence
of Dr. RAVEN KL. lt contains the same clements
of fertility as Soluble Pacific Guano, except that
lt ls not furnished with ammonia. It ls prepared
expressly for composting with cotton seed, which
furnishes the element of ammonia-the object be?
ing to render that side-product of thc plantation
available to the highest degree as an clement of
For further, and particular information, apply
to the undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents Baltimore.
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
2O0 toiiH Al PERUVIAN CUANO, 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. KHRR A CO.
r A N D PLASTER.
600 barrels LAND PLASTER, la store.
For sale bj
octl2 OLNEY t CO.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They are purely vegetable, safe and sure. The
beet in usc. For Bale by Dr. H. BA ER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
OCV5 Wholesale Agent.
BT J. A. ENSLOW k CO. ~
On SATURDAY next, 30th inBtant, vrtU be sold st
ll o'clock, as she now hes at Palmetto Wharf,
on account of the Underwriters and. au cou
The British Brig "LADY PERLE," of Sunderland,
England, 356 tons register, carrying capacity
about 540 tons dead weight, together with her
Masts, Spars, Sails, Rigging, Tackle, Apparel and
Two SHIP'S BOATS.
An Inventory eau be seen at our office.
Conditions cash. J. A. B. A CO.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
JJNDER DECREE INEQUITY.
H. H. WILLIAMS, ADM'R VB. GILBERT P. WIL?
LIAMS, ET AL.
Will be8old In front of the OW Customhouse. OB.
THURSDAY, the 28th day of October, A. D.
1869, at ll A. M. precisely.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Building .
thereon, situate south side of Liberty street,
In the City of Charleston; measuring m ?ont
on Liberty street 42 feet, on back line 38 feet 8
Inches, on east line 158 feet 4 inches, and on west
line 147 feet,' more or less. Bounding north on
Liberty street, east on lands of Mordecai Cohen,
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 the estate of Mordecai Cohen
drawn by Charles Parker, Surveyor, November,
?851, duly recorded in Plat Book "A," No. 1, page
70, Register Mcsne Conveyance Office, Charleston
All that LOT OF LAND, situate ta the Town of
Cheraw, Chesterfield County, S. C., on Market
street of the said town, and conuinlnj? six Town
Lots, numbered on the plan of tho said town 173,
174,175, 178, 18?, 190, which said piece or parcel
of land is 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 Offlce of the
County of Chesterfield, S. C.
Terms-One-third cash; remainder ta 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,
Charlestoi, S. C.
49- Cheraw Democrat will please publish on
14th, 21st and 28th October, 1869, and send bill to
NKWS Offlce._ pp t7 tht
BY W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BBUNS.
VALUABLE PLANTATION AT AUC?
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by the
Hon. Georges Bryan, Judge of the United States
District Court for the District of South Carolina,'
I will offer for sale, at public auction, on
THURSDAY, November nth, 1809, at the Old
Postorflce, foot of Broad-street,
Ail that PLANTATION or TRACT OP LAND, long
known as "Racoon Island," situate, lying and
being in St. John's Parish, Colleton District, adja?
cent to Edlsto Island, and by a causeway con?
nected therewith; butting and bounding north on
Lands of Major W. 8. Murray, formerly of Wm.
Mewett, and the South Edlsto River, and cast on
Lands of W. S. Murray, south on Haync's Creek:
and the South Edlsto River, and weston 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 thc i .remises. Pur
chasher to pay for papers and stamps.
octl9 tuthl8 Assignee E. W. Seabrook.
A.? C. M?GILL1YBAY,
JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
J. EDWIN MATHEWS, TRUSTEE, VS. T. SAVAGE
HEYWARD, TRUSTEE, ET 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 Lambell street
67 feet 2 inches, more or less. Butting and bound-!
lng north on Lamboll street, east on land of
Estate Wilkins, south on land or Elizabeth M.
Smith and Margaret Savage, and west on Legara
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit nf
one and two years, secured by bond with interest
at thc rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually. Mortgage or property and in?
surance or buildings with assignment of policy.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
A. C. McGLLLiTBAY,
JJNDER DECREE LN EQUITY.
JAMES TUPPER, MASTER IN EQUITY, VS. 3KO.
Will bc 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, sit?atela
the Parish or Christ Church, Charleston County,
about six miles from the Village or Mount Pleas?
ant and on the seashore, containing 320 acres,
more or less; bounded east on Lands of John
Hamlin, southwest on Lands or Daniel Whltesldes,
northwest on Lands now or late or Estate WU
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years ta bonds bearing Interest on
whole amount, payable semi-annually, secured by
mortgage or plantation.
0Ctl4 th4_E. W. M. MACKEY, 8. CC. '
BY JOHN S. BYAN.
AUCTION SALE OF LOT OF LAND
NORTHEAST CORNER OF EAST BAY
AND GU1GNARD STREET.
On TUESDAY, the 2d day or November, at tba
did Post oin ce at ll o'clock A M, I will sell at
Public Auction, without any manner of reserve^
Ali that LOT OF LAND, at the Northeast corner
of East Bay and Gulgnard street, measuring and
containing 21 feet 6 inches front on East Bay, br
153 feet on Gulgnard street, and 24 feet 8 tachti
on the back, be thc same more or less.
The LOT Immediately adjoining the above Ott
thc north line, same dimensions.
Terms or Sale-One-third cash: remainder ta
one, two and throe years, secured by bond and
mortgage or the property old. Purchaser to pay
ror conveyance and stamps.
N. B.-For further information, apply to
octae JOHN s. RYAN, No. 62 Broad street.
BY J. FRASER MATHEWE&
JQQ SMALL FARMS AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at the Old Postoffice, on THURSDAY,
25th November, at ll o'clock, to the highest bid?
One hundrea FARMS, adjoining each other, con?
taining rrom one to eleven acres ot Land, situated
on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, Edlsto
River, and public roads around Jacksonboro' De?
pot; laid out into lots and streets, a plat or widen,
will be exhibited on the day or sale.
The above Lots will be sold separately.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, with
! interest rrom day or sale, secured by bond and
mortgage or the property. Purchasers to pay
J. F. Mathcwes for necessary United States inter?
nal revenue stamps and papers. oct25 mthlO
SUctioncers' $JrioaU Sake, Ut.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SO?*.
A YEN'S POINT, JOHN'S ISLAND.
Willie rented for a term or years, if desired,
one of the most productive COTTON PLANTA?
TIONS In the State, situate on the southwest cor?
ner or John's Island, within a lew miles or the
healthy Village of Rockville, comprising 750 acres-,
500 arc cleared, the balance well wooded. On tho
Plantation is a good Residence and ali necessary
buildings and house6 lor operatives. This being a
verr productive place, is worthy the attention of
agriculturists. For particulars, apply as above?
at No. 58 East Bay.
oct21 th4 ALONZO J. WHITE A SON.
dabbles aub ijarncss.
5000 MCCLELLAN SADDLES
200 sets ot Team Harness.
For sale low at CHAPEAU A HEFFRON,
No. 68 Meeting street,
oct25 Next to Mills House.
milE LANCASTER LEDGER,
?V?D. J. CARTER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
Lancaster, S. C.
The onlv paper published in the county-has a
large aud'growing circulation. It offers superior
advantages to the business men of Charleston as
an advertising medium. Contract Advertisements
solicited. Ttn 3 moderate. oc?27 a