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Meetings Thia Day.
landmark Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Delta Lodge of Perfection, at half-past T P. M.
South Carolina Lodge, at a quarter-past 7 P.M.
Chamber of Commerce, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Fire Company of Asmen, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Board of Trade, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Rlecke ? Schachte will sell at 10 o'clock, at
the corner of Vernon and Washington streets,
contents of a grocery store.
A. H. Abrahams 4 Sons will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, hosiery, 4c.
William McKay wul sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, 4c. y
Miles Drake will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
clothing, hats, 4c.
x. A. Hunt will sell at io o'clock, at bis store,
boots, shoes, 4c._
CITY COUXCLL.-The regular meeting of this
body was not held last night.
ITALIAN MONUMENTS.-Mr. A. F. Chevreux,
stonecutter and architect, has Imported direct
from Italy some monuments made in that sunny
clime, but from plans furnished by himself. The
monuments arrived In the steamer Darien, and
may be seen at the marble-yard m Meeting
THE FLOUR INSPECTORSHIP TROUBLES.-Yes?
terday Messrs. John Campseu 4 Co. were before
the^iayor to answer the charge of selling flour
inspected contrary to law-said flour having been
Inspected by Mr. Averill. The Mayor ordered that
the flour should be Inspected by Mr. Caulfield,
who should also receive the fees.
THE COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO-MORBOW
NIGHT.-A very pleasant and varied programme
is presented for the complimentary benefit to be
given Mr. Mark Read and Miss La Fond, to-mor?
row evening, and lt ls to be hoped that these de?
serving artists wul have a substantial recognition
of their dramatic merits.
NEW VESSELS.-Notwithstanding the steady
encroachments of steam upon sails, a fair pro?
portion of craft continue to be built to be pro?
pelled by canvas. During the present season,
several vessels of superior models have entered
our port, and, among others, a new bark called
the "Vary KLUam," Just arrived from Yarmouth,
(S.S.) She ls a Une specimen of a moderate
sized merchantman, and. ls consigned to Messrs.
J. * T. Getty, who will place her on the berth for
INQUESTS. -Coronor Whiting held an Inquest
yesterday over the body of the little son of Mr.
Buckley, found drowned ta a cistern on Sullivan's
Island. The verdict of the jury was " accidental
An Inquest was also held over the body of a
colored Infant of a woman named Tay ?or, living on
St. Philip street. The testimony showed that the
child died from an attack of croup while its
mother waa asleep.. The verdict ot" tue jury was
lu accordance with the above.
Fas vu rac WOODS,-The Colombia Phoenix
ot yesterday says: "During the past few days
our streets have been partially darkened by
clouds of smoke, caused by. an extensive confla?
gration tn the woods, about seven miles above Co?
lumbia! We are Informed that the fire com?
menced In the vicinity of the farm of Mr. Reuben
Smith, on the Wmnsboro' Road, and was quite
extensive, although, so fax as we have been able
to learn, no houses have been destroyed. It is be?
lieved that the fire was extinguished last night."
PARADE A.N^ TsspECTioa-Yesterday after?
noon the United Fire Company, colored, about
seventy-five strong, and headed by a band of
music, paraded through the principal streets. On
Broad street, near the Guardhouse, the Mayor
and Aldermen E. P^WalLj>olnred. and Holloway,
colored, inspected the company. After tl? in?
spection the company manned their drags, ran
with tnelrapparataa about one bun ired yards,
unreeled a section pf hose,.and 'commenced to
play In a veryefrortir^'e trfThnre!
ELECTION OF OFFICERS-At the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Wando Mining
and Manufacturing Company,h Shi on Monday last,
the following gentlemen were re-elected as the
Board of Directors: John R. Duxes, Joseph D.
Aiken, George B. Gibbon, L. D. Mowry, F. J. Pel?
ze r, W. G. Whildec.
At a meeting of the directors, held yesterday,
the following officers were' re-elected: John R.
Dukes, President; Thomas D, Dotterer, Superin?
tendent; T. B. Hacker, Secretary and Treasurer.
Bax or MORTALITY.-The Health Officer's
report shows that during the week ending Octo?
ber 30th, there were thirty-three deaths in the
etty-six whites and twenty-seven blacks. Of
the six whites, there were five female adults and
one female child. Of the twenty-seven blacks,
six were male and nine female adults; five male
and seven female children. A reference to the
returns of deaths for the last two yean will show
that the number or deaths of males has exceeded
the deaths of feaaales. This week the order la re?
versed. Of the thirty-three deaths, tho females
are twenty-two, males eleven.
RESULT or THE LONGSHOREMAN'S STREU.-The
apprehensions expressed tn recent Issues of THE
NEWS were yesterday realized, and owing to a
lack of organization and of a determined spirit
on the part of the snippers, the Longshoremen's
Union has carried Its point. The "strikers" yes?
terday, with Stevedore Stoddard at their head,
resumed work on the bark A. B. Wyman, and on
other v?asela, the loading of whioh bad been de?
layed by the strike. As a result of the resolution
passed by the longshoremen that no membei
should work for any stevedore not a member OJ
the Union under a penalty of ten douars, most o:
the stevedores were yesterday making overture*
to join the organisation.
The views of this paper with regard to the pol
icy-or, to speak more properly, the want ol
policy-with which the shippers have Men flt U
meet the aggressive course of the longshoremen,
have already been given te the public; and we cai
only hope that the passive conduct of the em
ploy ere in thia Instance may not result in frest
and Injurious aggressions upon the conmercla
interests of the city.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.-The folio wing'saiei
of real patate were made yesterday:
BY A. C M'OILLrVRAY.
The lots, with dwellings, known as No. 8, 7 ant!
19, ta a plan of HadreU's Point, on the north sid?
of Beach street, fronting one hundred and
seventy-eight feet, and running back five hun
dred and seventy feet, for $890.
The plantation of four hundred and eighty
acree, with dwelling and outbuildings thereon,
situ ?ted on the drams of Shaw's Creek, la Barn
weU County, near Aiken, for $1000.
The lot of land at the southeast corner of Legart
and Lam bo ll streets, fronting one hundred and
seventeen feet, with a depth or sixty seven feet,
The lot of hand situated on the south corner o:
Anson street and Mott's Lane, house fronting
seventy feet, with a depth of one hundred sue
twenty-eight feet, for $2990.
BY LEITCH * BRUNS.
The two-story brick dwelling known aa No. i:
Mill street, for $1600. Tho lot fronts flfty-flvi
feet, with a depth of ninety-reet.
The two-story brick store and dwelling, on tb
east side of Meeting street, third door south o
Wenkiiorth street, for $2840. The lot front
twenty-two feet, and bas a depth of one hundre<
and sixty feet. .
BY JOHN S. RYAN.
The tract of one hundred and twenty-five acres
on the public road leading to Saltketelite Bridge
m Beaufort County, for $105.
The tract or three acres, at the Whippy Cros;
Roads, m Beaufort County, for $510.
The "fet ftf land, with buildings thereon, on th
west side of Limehouse street, known as lot Nc
23, fronting thirty-seven feet, .with a depth af on
hundred and thirty-five feet, for $1260.
THE SHOOTING GALLERT.
The Mayor Requests A Caneas of the
Aldermen, bat a Special Sleeting of
Council ls held Instead-Alderman T.
J. Mackey ls not Summoned, bat
Comes, Armed to the Teeth with the
Law-Charges of Assaulting with In?
tent to Kill Preferred against Him
The Trial to take Place ToOIorrow
Since last Thursday night, when Alderman
T4 J. Mackey showed his appreciation for lus
nephew E. W. M. Mackey, by shooting at him
three times In the Council Chamber during the
session, the Aldermen generally-exclusive of the
two above mentioned-have been in a state of ex?
citement, which Increased as the time for the
regular meeting drew nigh.
As rumor hath lt, one Alderman thought that
Alderman Thomas Jefferson Mackey should be
expelled, and did any amount of caucusing
among his brethren to ascertain their views and
bring them to his way of thinking. In his efforts
he was quite successful, and on Monday reported
eleven who had expressed their willingness to
meet the Issue and the "shootist" and vote for
bis expulsion. But, in the opiuion of this Alder?
man who wished to break up the band of broth?
ers and displace their "General," thirteen votes
were necessary to do so and make "one vacant
chair" around the festive board, and he had only
eleven votes. As he could not obtain any more, the
plan of offering, seconding and immediately pass?
ing a resolution for immediate expulsion was
The plan of preferring charges and specifications
against the disorderly member was then thought
of. A conference was necessary, however, to as?
certain the status of the Aldermen lu regard to
this move, and early yesterday the Mayor re?
quested the presence of all of them excepting Al?
derman T. J. Mackey, at the Council Chamber at
At 1 o'clock the council Chamber was undis?
turbed by the presence of any of the fathers. The
marks of the missiles on the window, table and
wall were the only signs that remained to remind
one of the shooting affray only a short time ago.
That pistol was not there. [So one seems to know
where lt was carried after being "uncocked" by
an Alderman who did lt the day after the shoot?
ing at the request of the Mayor, who said, (so the
said Alderman says,) he was unaccustomed to
such things.] About ten minutes past l Aldermen
Geddings, Potter, Cunningham, Barrow, Voigt
and the Mayor were present. In a few minutes,
however, Aldermen Collins, E. W. M. Mackey,
Hampton, Small, Howard, Holloway, Brown, Mc?
Kinlay, L. F. and E. P. Wall, were reported as
present. Aldermen Greene and Thorne and T. J.
Mackey, the latter of whom had not been sum?
moned, were absent.
Most of the members assembled In the Council
Chamber, but after remaining there awhile a
number went into the clerk's office and talked
matters over. One colored Alderman stated as
his opinion that the Alderman they had come to
expel would not be expelled, and would sue
Council for "assault and battery If lt attemp ted
to put him out." Another stated that he (Alder?
man T. J. M.) weuld fight lt out ou that line If any
attempt was made to expel him. A bystander
suggested that If the Alderman were expelled, he
(T. J. M.) would organize a Council of his own,
declare the old one illegal and with the new
one attend to municipal affairs. Just at this mo?
ment some one reported that the Alderman lu
question had arrived, whereupon a brother
Alderman, with a dusky skin, thought that If
there was any chance of a row the police had
better be sent for.
Two o'clock arrived, aud the prospects of a
meeting, although more than a sufficient number
to constitute a quorum were present, seemed
very unfavorable. The Aldermen were scattered
about, some in the Council Chamber, others in
the clerk's office, acd some In the Mayor's office.
Alderman T. J. Mackey was In his office armed
with a large book entitled, "Abbott's Digest Law
of Corporations," the contents of which bearing
upon his case lt was evident he Intended, If op?
portunity were offered, to hurl at tue Aldermen
with the same freedom that he had hurled bullets
from bis revolver at the last meeting of Council.
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
During this delay, Alderman Voigt and Cun?
ningham were out, and if rumor be true, were at
the office of the City Attorney (D. T. Corbin,) hav?
ing charges and specifications drawn up. Short?
ly after their return, however, all of the Aldermen
assembled m the Council Chamber, and lt was de?
cided that a special meeting, and not a caucus,
Bhould be held.
When the meeting was called to order, Alder?
man Voigt presented the following charge and j
specification, Alderman T. J. Mackey being pre?
CHARTE ANT) SPECIFICATION AGAINST THOMAS J.
J. MACKEY, ALDERMAN OF WARD NO. 3 OF TUE
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
Charge.- Misconduct In office.
^ectrtoa ri on.-In this that he. Thomas J.
Mackey, Alderman of Ward Ko. Z of the City of
Charleston, did, at a meeting of the City Council
of Charleston, duly assembled on the 2Sth day of
October, 1869, in the City of Charleston, and
while in the exercise of his bm ce as Alderman from
Ward No. 3 of the City of Charleston, and a mem?
ber of the City Council of Charleston, make an
assault with ? deadly weapon, to wit, a loaded
pistol, upon E. w. M. Mackey, a member of said
City Council and Alderman from Ward No. 2 of
the City of Charleston, and with Intent to kill
him, said E. W. M. Mackey, did discharge at him,
said E. W. M. Mackey, said deadly weapon three
several times, all of which ls contrary to the good
order, peace and safety of the City Connell, and in
violation of the rights of said City Council, and
tn flagrant violation of his, said Thomas J. Mac
key's, duty as an Alderman from Ward No. ? of
the City or Charleston.
Alderman Geddings then offered the following
Resolved, That the charge and sp?cification pre?
ferred against Thomas J. Mackey, Alderman of
Ward No. 3. of the City of Charleston, be accepted
and adopted, and that a copy thereof be served
upon said Thomas J. Mackey, and he be summon?
ed to appear before the City Council on the 4th
day of November, at . o'clock P. M., to answer
said charge and specification, and abide the order
of said City Connell ther- on.
The vote upon the resolution was taken, and we
leam that the following voted for it: The Mayor,
Aldermen Geddings, Voigt, Barrow, Cunningham,
Potter, Collins, (white,) Holloway, Howard, Small.
Brown, colored-IL Aldermen Hampton and Mc?
Kinlay, colored (2,) voted against the resolution.
Aldermen E. P. and L. F. Wall, colored, and E.W.
M. and T. J. Mackey, (4.) not voting.
The resolution was Jeclared adopted.
Connoll then adjourned until 6 o'clock to-mor?
". WILL HE BE EXPELLED?
Some of the Aldermen in favor of expelling Al?
derman T. J. Mackey claim that he will be cer?
tainly expe?led, as the} will have votes sufficient
to do so legally. They claim that tin. following
wlUvote for expulsion: Mayor, Barrow, Collins,
Cunningham, Greene, Geddings, Potter, Voigt, B
P. and L. F. Wall, Small, Howard, Brown, Hoi
loway, (14,) and E. W. M. Mackey, Thorne, Hamp?
ton and McKinlay, (4) against.
THE COAL MARKET.-The following intelli?
gence In reference to the present condition of the
coal market, is contained in a letter from Phil?
adelphia, under date October 30th: "We have to
advise you of a decided advance In the market
since we last wrote you. The demand continues
very large, and we are obliged to refuse orders.
We quote to you, however, red ash egg $7 50 per
ton, with an advancing tendency."
CORBIN HAS AN ORDER FOR THE THREE
THOUSAND DOLLARS, BUT HAS NOT THE MONEY.
We learn that the Mayor, on Monday last, gave
D. T. Corbin an order upon the City Treasurer for
the sum of three thousand dollars, and that on
the same day Corbin applied to the treasurer for
the money, and when told that that amount was
not in the treasury, asked for five hundred dol?
lars on account, which he did not receive-for
the same reason we suppose. Lf a meeting ol
Council had been held last night the subjeet
would have been brought up, unless the Mayoi
had put on the "gag," and thoroughly discussed.
It ls thought the money will never be paid. We
have heard one Alderman, who was one of the
earliest and warmest supporters of the claim, as?
sert that the claim was not legally passe'd, and
that if It were brought up again he would noi
THE FLOCK INSPECTOR- HE IS FINED FIFTY
DOLLARS, AND APPEALS.-Yesterday Mr. C. N.
Averill, Flour Inspector, was arraigned before the
Mayor to answer thc charge of violating the ordi?
nance '-to prevent or punish any person who may
exercise, or attempt to exercise, thc duties of any
municipal office, unless he shall have been duly
elected to the same."
Witnesses proved that Mr. Averill had been in?
specting dour, and that being considered by the
Mayor a violation or said ordinance, he imposed a
fine of $50. Messrs. Wilkinson and Gilchrist, who
represented Mr. Averill, demurred to the juris?
diction of the court, and when the fine was Im?
posed, announced that they would appeal. After?
ward Mr. Averill gave bond in the sum of $100
before Magistrate Mackey to appear before the
City Court. _ _
THE ACADEMY OP MCSIC-A MARKED COMPLI?
MENT TO A YOUNO CHARLESTON ARCHITECT.-Mr.
John Chadwick, the proprietor of our new and
magnificent Opera-House, publishes the following
well deserved tribute to the marvellous energy
and promptitude with which Mr. John H. Deve?
reux, the accomplished architect of the building,
has fulfilled his contract:
To John ll. Devereux, Esq., and his able Coad?
I beg to tender my grateful acknowledgments
ror the thorough, substantial and tasteful manner
lu which you have erected and completed the
"Academy or Music," binding you, as I did, to
ninety days, in which to complete the contract.
You have finished the building, with all Its Intri?
cate detail, In sixty days, displaying promptitude
and energy unsurpassed by unythlng that I ever
saw North or South. JOHN CHADWICK.
"Academy of Music." November 1,1809.
CRUMBS.-E. M. Cox, who was arrested upon
the charge of highway robbery, has been com?
mitted to jail by Magistrate Mackey in default of
The fines Imposed by the Mayor yesterday
amounted to $97.
Five benzine guzzlers were before the Mayor
Mr. Buckley, whose son was drowned on Sulli?
van's Island on Sunday last, has lost three chil?
dren by drownlug-one while crossing the bar
In a boat, another fell into a tub, and the last
In a cistern.
It was Louis J. Taylor, and not Isaac Taylor,
who was secretary of the colored Conservative
meeting held Monday night.
The Grand Jury of the State Court yesterday
returned several true bills.
There was a council composed of representa?
tives of all the Union Leagues of Charleston
County, held at the Military Hall last Thursday.
THE COMINO AMUSEMENT SEASON promises
to be one of the gayest and most attractive ever
known in Charleston. The new Academy of
Music, now nearly completed, has, we are grati?
fied to leam, been leased by that excellent gen?
tleman and prince or managers, John T. Ford, or
Ealtlmore, tor two months rrom the first of De?
cember, on which date the building will be turn?
ed over to him by Its proprietor In complete or?
der. We are much mistaken if this bijou ot an
opera-honse does not prove a powerful attraction
to the crowds of visitors from all parts or this
and the adjoining States, who resort to Charles?
ton Tor purposes of trade.
Manager Ford proposes, we learn, to open the
Academy of Music with a short season of grand
French opera; and as he never does things by
halves, we may expect first-rate artists, with a
full and trained orchestra and chorus, and a
series of performances which will crowd
the bouse from pit to dome. The French
opera will be succeeded by the char?
ming Chapman Sisters with the come?
dian Bishop, who are now delighting New
Orleans-and these In turn by other novelties not
less attractive. On the conclusion of Manager
Ford's engagement ia February, the Academy
will be leased for a short season to the famous
Worrell Sisters, whose representations have been
so popular In New York and throughout the West.
Besides these, negotiations are on foot which jus?
tify the expectation that we shaU be visited m
turn by Brlgnoll, Miss McCullough, Parepa-Rosa,
Patti and other divinities-so that, altogether,
there ls no danger or our languishing this winter
lor want or evening amusements.
THE OUSTED OFFICERS-JUDGE MOSES
AWARDS A RULE AGAINST THEM.-On Thursday
last the counsel or Messrs. W. N. Hughes, Asses?
sor, C. P. Frazer, Assistant Assessor, P. C. Quer?
ry, City Sheriff, and C. N. Averill, Flour Inspec
tor, applied to Chief justice Moses to grant a rule
to make P. J. Coogan, M. G. Camplin, colored,
George Addison and M. Caulfield, holding the
offices respectively of Appraiser alias Assessor,
Assistant Appraiser ahas Assistant Assessor, City
Sheriff and Flour Inspector, show cause why they
should not be attached for contempt of court la
not obeying the recent order of the Chief Justice
forbidding them to meddle with or concern them?
selves abont the duties of the offices they thea
held and now hold.
On Saturday the Chief Justice granted the ap?
plication, as will be seen by the rollowlng copy of
the rule filed la the Clerk's office yesterday, co?
pies of which have been served on the parties in?
terested : I
THE STATE EX REL. THE ATTORNEY-OKNERAL TS. '
P. J. COOGAN, [OR M. U. CAMPLIN, OR GEORGE AD?
DISON, OR M. CAULFIELD, AS THE CASE MIGHT BE.]
On hearing the affidavit in this case, on motion
or Lesesne 4 Miles, lt is ordered that a rule do
forthwith lssne against P. J. Coogan, [or M. G.
Camplin, or George Addison, or M. Caulfield, as
the case might be,] requiring bim to show cause
why he should not be attached ror contempt, In
not obeying the order or the Court hitherto made
In this case, aud filed la the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas for Charleston County
on the 8th day of October Inst.
The said rule to be made returnable before me
at Chambers, at Sumter, on Tuesday, the 18th of
November, 1889, at io o'clock A. M.
F. J. MOSES.
At Chambers, Sumter, October 30th, 1809.
BANK OF THE STATE BILLS (ante-war issue)
are wanted by A- M. Moreland, broker.
TORCK'S LUNCH TO-DAY-Oreen turtle soup,
bolled fish, clam chowder, bolled mutton and ali
A CHANCE FOR THE LADIES.-Seldom ls such
an opportunity offered In Charleston for the pur?
chase of elegant objects of art as will be afforded
by the sale of marble, bronze and alabaster statu?
ary, fine photographs, magnificent clocks, vases
of all kinds, and fine silver-plated ware and cutle?
ry, by Messrs. Wilbur 4 Son, at No. 186 King,
opposite Silcox's Furniture Warerooms. The col?
lection will be open to inspection all day to-day.
KISSING EXTRAORDINARY.-To kiss volunta?
rily Ls always a pleasure; sometimes it is a luxury
There ls, we presume, some gratification, how?
ever small, In one school girl kissing another;
there ts certainly more la a young mother kissing
her first offspring, and surely there is the heighth
of happiness lu a lover kissing his mistress, and
vice versa. But to kiss against your will, to kiss
your rather's grand uncle when you are a boy, or
your mother's grand aunt when you are a girl,
that is abominable. But to be made to kiss the
same person one hundred times a day, in public
and in private, and that person an old person and
an ugly person, a person without heart, soul or
reefing, and without any reference to your own
inclination, ls not that the depth of misery ? How,
then, should we pity those two India rubber coun?
terfeits of aged humanity, compelled hourly to
undergo this mockery of felicity for the amuse?
ment of the visitors to Von Santen's Christmas
Depot, ut No. 229 King street.
To THE LADIES.-We beg to call your special
attention to two (incases or Poplins in choice
styles and colors at twenty-live cents. These
goods are from auction; you will find them cheap,
and very desirable, at No. 287 and 289 King street.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB 4 CO.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, wit li
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
and. Send your orders. Erery merchant and
business mau should have his card printed on hit
^rowore, (Eutlcrn, Ut.
ART & co.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. D. COHEN. D. 8. HART. N. S. DART. P. MOBAN. J0HK V. M'KAMEB.
WHOLESALE STORE, No. 39 HAYNE STREET; RETAIL STORE, CORNER KING AND
BAR IRON, MILL ROCKS,
PLOUGH SrEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS.
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TAN"VER5V TOOT ^
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGERS' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND BRITANNIA WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
septW fmw3mos DAC
Ort) ?0obs, Cte.
RY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
J . R. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C
We are now exhibiting the largest and be9t selected stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS,
Laces and Embroideries, Cloaks, Shawls, Olores, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Ribbons, Ac, that we
have ever offered, and invite attention of purchasers, guaranteeing to sell our Goods, for cash or city
acceptances, as cheap as the cheapest.
I) R K w H GOODS.
Our stock of Dress Goods comprises, In part, Black and Colored Silks, Lrlsh and French Poplins,
All-wool Mertnoes, Empress Cloths, Alpacas, Delalne3, PopUnettes, Prints, Ac, to which we are add?
ing novelties per every steamer.
LACES A IV D EMBROIDERIES.
French Laces In variety, Lace Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Embroidered Goods of every d??
se lptlon, Edging and Insertlags, Embroidered Sets, Infants' Embroidered Cloaks, Robes and Waists,
Embroidered Merino Sacks, together with very many oilier articles which may always be found in
our Lace and Embroidery Department.
GLOVES A IV D HOSIERY.
We are Sole Agents appointed In Charleston for HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, which have
no superiors. We have all sizes, from S>j to 8, In Black, White and Colors; Berlin, Silk and Lisle Gloves
of every description, for men, women and children.
HOSIERY, best English manufacture, in great variety. Men's Half Hose, superior English,
the best quality.
CLOAKS A IV D SHAWLS.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room ls replete with all the latest novelties of Ladles' and Misses' Cover?
ings. Most of our Cloaks are either our own importations or our own manufacture, enabling us to
sell them at the lowest possible figures. .
Black Cloaks In Cloth from $3 so to $15. Colored Chinchilla, Cloth Cloaks, Black Silk Coverings,
Misses' and Children's doaks, 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, Worsted Nubias and
Sontags, Infants' Knitted Worsted Sacks and Caps, Fancy Worsted Scarfs, Dress Buttons In variety,
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Ac, Swansdown, Crape Goods, Frillings, Ruffling, and other
articles not here mentioned.
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Now offers great Inducements to buyers, who will find lt to their advantage to examine our
Goods before making selections elsewhere. octH Imo
?LOAKS AND FURS
Just received, and will be OPENED TO-DAT, at
MRS. S. WATTS',
nov3 1_No. 274 King street.
JQO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sick Headacho, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of the Stomach ?
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A- LYHAH.
Just received a full supply of fine ENGLISH GUNS,
carefully selected by one of our Arm for this mar?
ket, with especial attention to the quality and va?
riety of Boy's Single and Double-barrel Guns.
Fer sale low by
J. E. ADGER A CO.,
No. 130 Meeting street, and No. 82 East Bay,
novl 3 Charleston. S. C.
GIVE GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
aeptlT 8mog_RAOUL A LYNAH.
gELLLNG OUT AT COST.
Of all kinds and best quality, selling out at and J
below cost until November 15,188?,
AT No. 140 MEETING STREBT,
Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Auction sale of Stock unsold, November I
OCt29 fmw7 GEO. E. PINGREE.
JJO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake m thc morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, rolls and
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYNAH.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article is manufactured at the Company's
Works under the direction and superintendence
of Dr. RAVENEL. It contains the same elements
of fertility as Soluble Pacific Guano, except that
it 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 the plantation
available to the highest degree as an element of
For further, and particular information, apply
to the undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
Noi, 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents Baltimore.
r A N D PLASTER.
500 barrels LAND PLASTER, in store.
For sale by
OctlJ OLNEY A CO.
Shirts ano furnishing ?oo?s.
THOMAS H. BLACKWELL
Is constantly receiving additions to bis Large
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
His Intimate relations with Importing Houses
at the North enables him to sell thc Best Goods at
less than New York prices.
?rna LAUST STYLES OF
SCARFS. TIES. COLLARS. HOSIERY, HAND
KBRCHK1BFS, UNDERWEAR, *C
BAJOU'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker City Fine Shirt, ready made and to order.
All goods marked m
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
NO. 219 KINO STREET,
sepm 6mos_One doer below Market.
fJHE PLACE TO BUT YOUR SHIRTS.
SS THE SS
SS STAR SS
88 SHIRTS SS
SS AND COLLARS, SS
SS AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. SS
SS AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. SS
SS AT SCOTT'S EMPORIUM. SS
SS MEN'S SS
SS FURNISHING GOODS SS
SS AND SS
SS UNDERWEAR. SS
Don't forget the place, THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
AILEY COTTON TIE,
A FULL SUPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BF, KEPT
BY US DURING THE SEASON.
The steadily increasing demand ror
THE WAILEY TIE,
Is the best proor or Its superiority over any other
For sale by
STREET BROTHERS & 00.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS
They are purely vegetable, safe and sure. Tin
best lu use. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
octa Wholesale Agent.
j&tttion Sales--drjis Eton.
By REECKE & SCHACHTE.
QONTENTS OF A GROCERY STORE.
We will sell THIS DAY. tue 3d instant, at the
.. southeast corner of Washington and Vernon
streets, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
The Contents of a well Stocked GROCERY
STORE, and also a good assortment of House?
BY MILES DRAK?!
CLOTHING, HATS, DRY GOODS, NO
TION9, TRIMMINGS, Ac.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of Ring and Liberty streets,
An INVOICE OF SEASONABLE CLOTHING, just
oe) Cassimere, Tweed and Satinet BUSINESS
24 Heavy Overcoats
72 Casaimere and Fancy Vests
300 pairs Cassimere, Beaver and Satinet Pants
24 Black Cloth Frock Coats.
Merino Under Shirts and Drawers, linen Tow?
els, Madras Handkerchiefs, Lisle Thread Gloves,
Misses' and Children's Merino Hose, Embroidered
and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Printed Aprons,
Wax Dolls, Rubber Balls, Finger lungs, Meer?
schaum Pipes, Children's Guns and Canes, Sleeve
Buttons, Penknives, Handkerchief and Glove
Boxes, Felt and Wool Hats, Ac.
BLACK SILK BRAID, Tresse and Loudre Braid,
Hessian and Silk Mohair Braid, and 100 gross
Cloak, Overcoat, Coat, Vest and Pantaloon But?
On FRIDAY, the 6th Instant, I will sell 100 cases
BOOTS, Shoes and Hats. nov3
By WM. McKAY.
JJO?SEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac.
THIS DAY, Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, at No. 136
Household FURNITURE, Chairs, Sofas, Stoves,
one Thirty-Day Clock, Revolvers. Watches, Ac.
Dry Goods and Notions on FRIDAY. nov3^
By N. A. HUNT.
ONE HUNDRED CASES BOOTS AND
THIS DAY, 3d November, at io o'clock, at his
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting street, will be sold,
100 CASES ASSORTED BOOTS AND SHOES.
Br A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
RY GOODS, HOSIERY, PLATED
WABE, CIGABS, Ac, Ac
THIS DAY, 3d Instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
at our Store, No. 35 Hayne street,
A large and well selected stock of PRINTS, DE?
LAINES, Satinets, Flannels, Longcloths, Stripes,
Checks, Shawls, Blankets, Socks, Stockmgs and
Undershirts, Castors and other Flated-ware, bar?
rels Vinegar, boxes Maccaronl, rolls Cocoa Mat?
Fine HAVANA CIGARS, on account of all con?
Ruction Sales--.fntnre Darjs.
WU be sold at Public Auction, at the United States
Quartermasters Depot, Southern Wharf,
Charleston, S. C., on THURSDAY, November
4th, at 10 o'cloek A. M.,
2000 pair ARMY BOOTEES, all new and In good
Captain and Military Storekeeper,
nov3 2 United States Army.
IN EQUITY-ANDERSON COUNTY-B. FRANK
SLOAN VS. WILLIAM H. D. GAILLARD AND
OTHERS-BILL TO PARTITION REAL
ESTATE. Ac. OF BENJAMLN F.
SLOAN, DECEASED. J
By virtue of an order to me directed from the
Honorable Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
District. I will sell to the highest bidder, at Pen?
dleton Village, on FBIDAY, the 18th day of No?
The HOUSE AND LOT, known as the late resi?
dence of said deceased, situated In the Village of
Pendleton on-street, adjoining Lot of E.
Sharp and Blue Ridge Railroad, containing nine
acres, more or less.
The BRICK STOREHOUSE AND LOT, situate In
said Village, and on thc public square thereof,
now occupied by J. B. E. Sloan A Co.
Terms of Sale-One-fourth of the purchase
money cash: the remaining tit ree-fourths on a
credit of twelve months, with interest from day
of sale, secured by the bond of purchaser, and at
least two approved sureties, with a mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to pay for stamps and
titles. JOHN W. DANIELS,
Clerk of Court Anderson County.
oct27 wfm 10D*0
By WILBUR & SON,
jgALE OF OBJECTS OF ART.
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY next, 4th and 5th
November, at No. 186 King street, opposite 8U
cox's Furniture Waierooms. at ll o'clock, will be
sold, and sale continued in the evenings at
half-past T o'clock, until the entire stock ls sold,
A GRAND AND ATTRACnVX ASSORTMENT OF
ELEGANT OBJECTS OF ART.
CARRARA MARBLE STATUARY, Vende De
Prato, French Bronze Twenty-one Day Clocks,
Bronze Figures of entirely new models, Alabaster
Statuary, vases, Tazzas, Pedestals, Silver Plated
Ware, Ac, lately imported from Italy by Signor
G. B. Pandollnl A Co., of New York.
The assortment comprising Carrara Marble
Statuary, viz: The GUARDIAN ANGEL, by Bar?
ata; Putto Lon Nlde, by Cherie!; Group Contend?
ing Cupids; Veiled Bust, by Fronzonl.
DIANA, Madonna, Love and Psyche, Birth
of Venus, Bacchus and Arlanna._
AGRICULTURE AND COMMBRCE, Cornelius
Molllere, Dante and VergUlo, Cloe and Sappho,
Milton, Haronn and Curlomagulo, Diana, Ac, Ac.
Twenty Photographs, Views of the Cities and
Monuments of Florence, Pira and Semina
A splendid assortment of TWENTY-ONE DAY
Superbly Carved Marble Vases, copied from
Etruscan, Roman, Hebe, Gothic, Egyptian Flo?
rentine and Grecian Designs; Herculaneum Urns,
ALSO, WILL BK ADDED TO THX SALE,
A large collection of FINE SILVER PLATED
WARE AND CUTLERY.
The Importers have used every exertion to
render this collection complete in every detail,
and lt wL'l, upon examination, be found to be be?
yond all precedent as regards the beauty and va?
riety of the articles offered.
This splendid collection will be open for inspec?
tion on WEDNESDAY, the 3d instant, and the La?
dies are specially Invited to come and examine
the recent splendid European importations.
Conditions cash. novl
?tacrjincTTj, Castings, &c.
^JBBTING STREBT FOUNDRY.
THIS ?BTABLDHlfBilT IS NOW rVBNI8UB50 TBS IM?
MoCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn MJ11.?
Sugar Mills, Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers ant
Pans, of all sizes.
Horse-Powers and Gm Gearing, from 6 te 16 feel
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions mad<
Particular attention paid to House Fronts ant
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Coron
Sash Weights, Ac, Ao.
WILLIAM S. HBNBRET,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 814 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 9. ..
T O ? I S M c L A I N ,
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. 48 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, S. C. '
Stocks, Bonds and Gold bought, carried an
sold short In New York City.
Particular attention paid to thc purchase an
sah- of all kinds of Southern Securities.
faction fikil?e-?nlnreJO^s. ^
By TV. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BR?NS,
TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE, DOUBLE
PIAZZA, NORTH SIDE WEST STREET,
KNOWN AS No. 12 WEST STREET.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 4th instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postoffice.
That Desirable Two Story Wooden DWELLING,
containing 4 rooms, with double piazza, kitchen
and aU necessary outbuildings, known as No. 12,
on the north side of West street. Lot measures
55 feet front by 25 feet In depth, be the said di?
mensions more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. nov2
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS.
FOUR WOODEN DWELLINGS, PICK?
ETTS ALLEY. A FEW DOORS FROM
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 4th Instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
The following desirable PROPERTY, situated
In Pickett's Alley, a few doors from King street:
No. 1, (south side.) Two story WOODEN
DWELLING, cotalnlng 3 rooms aud kitchen. Lot
measures 24 feet front by 87 feet In depth.
No. 3, (south side.) Two story Wooden Dwell?
ing, containing 3 rooms and kitchen. Lot mea?
sures 25 feet front by 87 feet in depth.
No. 5, (south side.) Two story wooden Dwell
Ung (tenement,) containing 4 rooms and 2 kitch?
ens. Lot measures 33 feet front by 67 feet ta
No. 2, (north side.) Two story Wooden DweU
ing, containing 3 rooms and kitchen. Lot mea?
sures 33 feet front by 78 feet In depth, be the
said dimensions more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps._ nov2
S S I G NE E S' SALE.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court for the District of South.
Carolina, I wal seU at public auction, in the
Town of TimmonsvlUe, South Carolina, on
WEDNESDAY, the third day of November next,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
All and singular the-right, title and interest of
John M. Tlmmons. in or to the following REAL
ESTATE, with the Buildings thereon:
One hundred and twenty-four (124) LOTS in the
Town of TlmmonsvLUe, aa per plats of the same.
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8. C.,
containing one hundred and thirty-seven (1371
acres, more or less; bounded on the north and
east by Lands of W. B. Tlmmons, south by Land s
formerly owned by Thomas HUI, and on the west
by Lands of HUI, Grey andMcLendon, and known
as the "Hughs" Land.
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8. Cu
containing one hundred and forty-eight (143
acres, more or lesa; bounded north and east b>
Lands of Harrell Pettigrew and W. A. Frenos,
south and weet by Lands of Benjamin Revel.
TRACT OF LAND in Darlington County, S. C.,
containing fifty (60) acres more or less, adjoining
Lands formerly owned by James Oliver, William
Gee, Mrs. Ham. and known as the William Oliver
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8. CL
containing two hundred and thirty-seven (23$
acres, more or less; iring between Sparrow
Swamp and Lake Swamp; bounded north bf
Lands of Evander White and Seamore, east by
Lands of La whom and estate of WUUam Jon rai?
gan, south by Lands of Thomas Stevenson, and
west by Lands of James HUI.
TRACT OF LAND In DarUngton County, S. C..
containing two hundred and seventy-five (275)
acres, more or less, lying between Sparrow Swamp
and Lynch's Creek, near Cannon and Ward's
MUI; 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, S. C"
containing two hundred and sixty-six (Z66) acres,
more or less, lying between Bay Branch and
Lynch's Creek; bounded north by lands of T. J.
Cannon, cast br Lands of J. Cusack, south by
Lynch's Creek, and west by Lands of J. C. Black?
TRACT OF LAND m Darlington County, S. C.,
containing three (3) acres, more or less, near Old
Effingham, known as Lawrence's "Old Tanyard."
TRACT OF LAND ta DarUngton County, 8. C.,
containing nine (Q) acres, more or less, situate In
rear or the academy at Effingham.
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, 8. C.,
containing forty-three (43) acres, more or less, sit?
uate at Tlmmons ville-, outside the corporate Urn
its; (boundaries shown by plat.)
TRACT OF LAND ia DarUngton County, S. C.,
containing twenty-five (25) acres, more or less,
situate at TimmonsvlUe, outside tbe corporate
Umlts; (boundaries shown by plat.)
TRACT OF LAND In Clarendon County, 8. C.,
containing three hundred and fifty (360) acres,
more or lesa, known as the "Grant" Land, ad?
joining Lands or James Thomas, Joel Allen, and
TRACT OF LAND in Clarendon County, S. C.,
containing nine hundred and thirty-five (936)
acres, more or less, lying on Burrell Branch and
Klngstree Swamp; bounded north by Landa of
Robert J. McKnight, south by Lands of estate of
William L. Hickson and James McKenzie, west
by Lands of Duncan Smiley, Noah Floyd, H. B.
McKnight, and william D. McKenzie.
TRACT OF LAND, ta Sumter County, 8. C.,
containing three hundred and eighty (380) acree,
more or less, known as the "NorwoouN Cross
Roads Tract;" (the Sumter and Clarendon Une
passes through this tract.)
On MONDAY, the 8th day of November, 1869, at
Klngstree, South Carolina, at 12 o'clock M.,
The following TRACTS OF LAND:
TRACT of three hundred acres, more or less, In
the County of williamsburg, 8. C.. one and a half
(IS) or two (2) mUes fromMyersvUle,on the North?
eastern RaUroad, adjoining Landa of N. M. Gra?
ham and the estate of Bramboy.
TRACT OF LAND m Williamsburg County, 8.
C., containing three hundred and twenty-one
acres, more or less, lying on Meadow Prong.
On TUESDAY, the lath day of November, 1869, at
Marlon Courthouse, S. C.,
TRACT OF LAND ta Marlon County, S. C., con?
taining four hundred and sixty-six (466) acree,
more or less: bonnded on the north by Lands of
estate of S. A. Campbell and Lands of estate of
Roger Gordon, south by Lands of Dr. McMillan
and James Dewitt, east by Lands of the estate of
Rlchara wilkerson,and west by Lands of Richard
White and James McNeil.
TRACT OF LAND in Marlon County, S. C., con?
taining three hundred (300) acres, more or less,
known as the "Henry Hutchinson" Land.
TRACT OF LAND m Marion County, 8. C., of
four (4) aeren, more or less, lying, being and situ?
ate at Effingham, on the Northeastern Railroad;
bounded on all sides by the estate Lands or John
M. Tlmmons, deceased.
Terms-One-third cash; balance upon a credit
ol one and two years, with m teres: from date,
payable annuaUy tUl the whole amount, both
principal and interest, be paid: the purchaser or
purchasers to give bia or their bond or bonds
with approved security and a mortggae or mort?
gages of the premises. Purchasers to pay for
aU necessary stamps and for papera.
HENRY E. P. SANDERS,
Assignee or John M. Tlmmons, Bankrupt.
Drngs, CHIietnicols, Set.
"JgENZLNE, DOUBLE DISTTJLLBD,
WILL REMOVE GREASE SPOTS.
Manufactured and for sale, wholesale and re?
tail, by DR. H. BAER,
nov3 No. 131 Meeting street.
CTS LIKE A CHARM!
THE GENUINE ENGLISH CHLORODLNE,
(J. COLLIS BBOWNE'S,)
Is the best Anodyne ever known to the profes?
sion. To be had of DR. H. BAER,
nov3 No. 131 Market street.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TCT KNOW
that "IRISIN," the Great Alterative and
Blood Purifier, is to be had at -COHEN'S MEDI?
CAL DEPOT." nov3 1*
II IL DREN CRY FOR" IT.
CRYSTALLIZED WORM CANDY.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
THE BEST IN USE.
Sample boxes Of WINEMAN'S CRYSTALLIZED
WORM CANDY given away for trial at every retail
Drugstore In Charleston. Prepared by PHILIP
WISEMAN, practical Druggist and Apothecary.
Warranted sure, safe and reliable.
GOODRICH, WIREMAN & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
, Charleston, S. C.
To whom all orders must be addressed.
T V. B A R D I N,
Marshall's Wharf. Charleston, ?. c.
rrompt attention given to the sale of Cotton,
Rice and Naval Stores, and Country Produce gen
en,'Iv. octs imo