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Meetings Tails Day. .
Orange Lodge, at 6 P. if.
Hoc* and Ladder, No. 2, at half-past T P. M.
First Baptist Church, at 7 P. af.
* Auction Soles Tikis) Davy.
- Leitch. 4 Bruns will sell at -o'clock this
morning, and continue this evening, at No. 186
King street, statuary, iancy goods, ic.
William McKay wiU sell at half-past 7 P. M., at
his stare? miscellaneous articles.
Tm CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office ls
now printing bill-heads in the "best style and on
fine paper, at $2 SO per thousand. Merchants, think
of ur _
LECTORS BT A BUND MAN_Mr. John W.
Beahan, a blind man, a native of this city, will
deliver a lecture on the Education of the Blind, at
the Market Hall, to-night.
A VALUABLE Couuscnox OF PAINTINGS.-A
fine collection of paintings from the easels of the
most noted artists, both native and foreign, wiU
be offered for sale on Thursday next, by Messrs.
Leitch A Bruns. The paintings comprise every
variety of subjects, fancy sketches and scenes
from nature, and are enclosed in highly orna?
mented frames. The collection will be open for
Inspection at the new building in Broad Jtreet,
corner of Church, untu the day of sale.
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. Henry Oetjen, an old
resident of this city, died suddenly, on Saturday,
fromMlsease of the heart. He hud eaten his dinner,
and was in apparent good health when the stroke
same without warning. By lus Industrious and j
frugal habits Mr. Oetjen had acquired a nice prop?
erty, and was among our most respected German
fellow-citizens. He waa fifty-six years of age,
and had been a resident of Charleston for thirty
four years. He leaves a wife and four children.
Ax INY?LUSTAsr BATH.-Early yesterday
morning, while a benighted individual was tortu?
ously, wending his way homeward, he encounter?
ed the Artesian Wen troughs, in Wentworth
street. The sight of so much water evidently
made him sea sick, and a sudden lurch destroy?
ing ob? equilibrium, he was placed hors au com?
bat &i the bottom of the trough. The situation
was embarrassing, but the ducking proved more
efficacious, than 'the famous "hock and soda,"
and hs resumed his homeward tramp a wetter and
a wiser man, toongi more firmly convinced that
water should be taken with moderation.
ACCIDENT TO TH? ACADEMY OP MUSIC-The
heavy rain of Friday night caused some damage
to the celling of the Opera-House, a portion of the
fresco work having basa saturated with water
which caused lt to fall to the ground. It appears
that a skylight over thc third tier had not been
glased, but only covered by a tarpaulin. This
' proved an tasufleiont protection, but the damage
was fortunately confined to the scroll work and
eau. be easily repaired. If the dome bad been In?
jured, lt would .have been a much more serious
?natter, lt.is proposed, notwithstanding the ac?
eden t, to have th?. interior scaffolding removed
by Tuesday night, so as to allow the upholsterers
fun swing. _^
UN&ED STATES COURT-HON. GEORGE S.
BETAN PRESIDING.-In the District court.-Ex
parto W. F. Redding-petition for final dlscharge
Ei parte E. M. .Beach, ia re Thomas Magm-ap?
plication to modify previous order. Granted.
* BX parte A H. Ford, ta re T. W. Godbold-Peti?
tion to pay counsel fee. Granted.
Ex parte A. H. Ford, in re T. W. God bold-pe?
tition to sen property. Order of sale issued to
Ex parte D. J. Winn, assignee,. In re J. 8. Brad?
ley, J. T>. Craig, BeLorme A Moses, Sam Flowers,
J. B. Graham-petition for sale of choses In ac?
tion. ' Order of sale granted.
A CONSTABLE OUTWITTED.-The constable
whose mishaps, in pursuit of an escaped prison?
er, have been already chronicled, was again made
the victim of misplaced confidence. A few days
since, he traced his man to the '".?iith Caroona
Railroad depot, and then and ii n seized him.
The game was snared and all oc^med serene, but
the wily prisoner proved Agata to be too smart
for bis captor, and raising his stick he tapped the
constable on the cranium. Tho blow was given
with a Tim, and the constable, wilting under its
effects, relaxed hm hold and the quondam prison?
er, measured off the ground on a lively pair of
legs. The constable registered a huge oath that j
he won't be outwitted the next time.
PILOTAGE_The Philadelphia Ledger says:
" At a meeting of the vessel owners and captains'
association of philadelphia, on Wednesday, the
attention of the board of directors was called to
illegal charges for - pilotage In Charleston harbor,
S. C^ It ls the custom there to charge full pilot?
age ft very high rates against all vessels, whether
sthey take a pilot er not. This was protested against,
aird a resolution passed instructing the captains of
au Vessels belonging to the association that are
enroRed^BjuiCiicenscd In the coasting trade not to
pey pilotage on arriving at or departing from the
?fort of Charleston unless a pUot renders service.
As litigation may result, it was also resolved that
the association will defend aU suite arising nuder
the foregoing resolution."
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION FOB RICHLAND.
A meeting was held In Columbia on Saturday eve?
ning to form this, association. General Wade
Hampton waa called to the choir, and Mr. R. C.
Shiver was appointed secretary. The meeting or?
ganized itself tato a Survivors' Association, adopt?
ed a constitution, and elected the following
officers: Wade Hampton, president; william Wal
, A C. Haskell, W. H. Stack, Warren Adams,
Tlce-premWMrts; W. K. Bachman, secretary; R. c.
Salver, treasurer. Steps were taken to Increase
- the list of members, and the following gentlemen
were appointed to represent the Richland Survi?
vor^'Association in the. proposed convention to
form a State assoclalon, which Is to meet ta the
City of Charleston on the -I s th instant: Wade
Hampton, F; W. MoMaster, X. S. Bryton, Warren
Adams, william Wallace, J. H. Kinsler, William
?Weston, i. P. Thomas, R. C. Shiver, Edward Per
tival, Dr. Darby and W. C. Swaffleld.
To SOBSCRIBEBSFOR CHINAMEN.-The Savan?
nah Republican says: "After a consultation with
the sub-agent at this place, we feel lt to be our
duty to advi?e those who have contracted with
Mr. Joseph, or San Francisco, for Chinese labor
er3,^noi to depend upon them for the crop of 1870,
but to go on and hire other hands as usual. We
do not wish to be understood as reflecting upon
the integrity or coed faith of Mr. Joseph or his
company-and hi has stipulated for no particular
^day for their delivery, the uncerialntles of the seas
malting it inexpedient-bot we are convinced, In
jrtew of the great distance and the short time to
intervene, that tho laborers cannot be got here ta
time to put in thc coming crop. We believe they
wm be here during the spring or early summer,
and, borne when they may, if subscribers are al?
ready supplied with satisfactory force, there win
be no difficulty tn getting either class of laborers
off their hands for the remainder of the year."
MASONIC FAIR ASSOCIATION_The Committee
of Arrangements of the Masonic Fair Association
gratefully acknowledge the receipt of the follow?
ing contributions: One landscape painting, from
Messrs. Qataby A Co.'s Photographic Gallery; one
magnificent rosewood box of smoking requisites,
containing one meerschaum pipe, two cigar hold?
ers, one cigarette holder, match box, pouch, Ac,
from B. Schur, Esq:; two mice mills, worked by
animal magnetism, from B. D. Schur, Esq.; one
fancy box and patent pipe, and one India-rubber
tobacco pouch in box, from La Criolla; one photo?
graphic album, one portemon.^ale and one ladles'
cravat, from Brother Benedikt; one ornamental
oaks,drem Messrs. Buchhelt A Bros.; one shell
picture frame, from Miss C. Alexander; one in?
fant's robe, from Messrs. J. Uar bes on St Co.;
Sat* Clans and Christmas tree, from Mr. F. yen
kBnnten. R. E. BROWN, Secretary.
A MOSEL ESTABLISHMENT.-WC invite the at?
tention of the friends of THE NEWS in the city and
throughout the State to the excellent facilities
which our office enjoys for the prompt execution
of ali kinds of Book and Job Printiig. Fully pro?
vided 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 of all qualities, THE NEWS Job Office Ls
now prepared to AU orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing in the very best
manner, and at rates at least as low as any other
1 establishment In the Southern States. Call at
THE NEWS building (up-stalrs) and examine our
scale of prices and specimens of our work.
LECTURE OF THE EIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
A large and attentive audience assembled last
evening, in St. Patrick's Church, to hear a lecture
from Bishop Lynch on the "Liquefaction of the
blood of St. Januarius." The Bishop gave his
audience a vivid description of a visit to Italy,
with full details of the miracle as witnessed by
himself. He depicted in glowing colors the trials
of the saint, and his martyrdom about fifteen
centuries ago, and closed with a life-like picture
of Naples and the church where the miracle oc?
curs. St. Januarius was killed by Dloclesean, on
the 19th September, 305, and every year since, at
the same date, his blood, which was carefully
preserved, is said to be liquified. The Bishop kept
the attention of his audience to the close of the
lecture. It was given to defray the debt of the
church, and will realize a handsome amount.
The audience was comprised of every denomina?
tion, and numbers who could not obtain seats
WALHALLA.-Thc Oconee Courier gives this
sketch of the Vfllage by the Ridge: "There is no
need of idleness here. Work, work, is the great
want. There ls activity m every branch of Indus?
try. Buildings are going np from the depot to
the north end, and the saw and hammer of the
carpenter are busy. Old build Inga are being re?
fitted and repainted, adding to the appearance of
the place. The forge of the smith is not allowed
to get celd. Everybody that wants employment
ts basy, and the jafer, the drone of society, finds
no associates. Walhalla ls growing and spread?
ing out her arms, Inviting trade. Already m area
and inhabitants, she ls ahead of her sister towns
of the mountains. Her business houses are more
numerous and active than in any np-conntry
town. A generous competition governs In every
branch ef trade, giving tee farmer the best prices
fer his produce and the cheapest market to sup?
ply his wants. New cora opened in this place at
$1 per bushel, old corn ls stul selling at $1 50.
Cotton was sold here .last week at 2CV? to 24
MONTHLY CONCERT OF THE ST. JOHN'S LU?
THERAN CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL.-The exercises
of this school were agreeably diversified yesterday
afternoon by breeches from some of the pupils
and singing by the sCJiool in concert. The church
was crowded, the classes occupying the. pews on
the centre aisle, the occupants of which were
forced to find accommodation elsewhere. Speeches
were made by the following young gentlemen, all
of whom acquitted themselves handsomely: St.
Clair West, "Perseverance;" Herbert Smith, "Ap?
peal for Teachers;" Julian Smith, "The best that I
can do;" Charles von Santen, "It ls more blessed
to give;" Christopher Tidemann, "Childhood's
Home," The young speakers handled their sub?
jects like born orators, and only the sacredness of
the place and the recollection o' the day prevented
their receiving their meed of applause. The ex?
ercises were varied by singing, m which the little
choristers showed great proficiency. An address,
suitable to the occasion was delivered by Rev. Dr.
Hicks. The Sunday school ls under the superin?
tendence of Mr. Robert Chlsolm, arid ls m a flour?
BOWEN AND MACKEY-ALMOST A BLOODY
ENCOUNTER.-About two o'clock on Saturday
afternoon, when business men were preparing to
go to their dinners, ?rt incident took place which
varied, In a rather agreeable manner, the dullness
that reigned around the historic corners of Broad
and Meeting streets. Ex-Alderman Thomas Jef
fersoa Mackey was standing near the guard?
house conversing with Officer Nlpson and Rounds?
man Read, when his eagle eye espied the Honora?
ble Christopher Columbus Bowen coming from
the direction of the Fireproof building. Promptly
crossing over to the Courthouse cerner, Mackey
confronted Bowen, whom he accosted -in language
decidedly more forcible than x elegant. He said
that having heard that he (Bowen) had expressed
a desire to meet him m reference to the letter pub?
lished in THE NEWS of Saturday morning;
he (Mackey) had come to reassert to his
face the charges that had been made in print.
And this he proceeded to do in a de?
liberate and not very genteel fashion. The
monologue (for Boweu spoke not a word) was
interspersed with spicy allusions to the Honorable
gentleman's eventfnl career, and was accom?
panied with gestures which might fairly bc set
dow? as unmistakable symptoms of an over-dose
of morphine. Bowen, however, seems to have
neglected to take his dose of the pugnacity-in?
spiring drag, and muttering something about not
wishing to soil lils (not over-clean) hands by
touching his assailant, made a desperate and
successful push at an accelerated pace for the
Courthouse eut rance. Once within its sheltering
portals, Bowen rapidly dispersed, while thc
vengeful Mackey was left out in the cold.
CRUMBS.-Joseph Auton was arrested for as?
sault and battery on Angelo Cervctes. The aifray
occurred on Union wharf. -
Annie Adams, for stealing ninety dollars in
money and two.coats, was arrested by Officer
Lovett and committed for investigation.
A little son of Wm. Hanleys was run over by
an express wagon in King street last Friday even?
ing. Though seriously injured, no bones were
The three hundred dollar music box raffled at
Von Santen's, was won by Miss Emily c. Ravenel.
Mr. Peabody's death was anuounced to thc
teachers of the public schools on Saturday, and
the exercises of their schools closed from respect
to his memory.
A boat that was reported to be stolen was found
by Officer Lovett on the schooner N. W. Smith.
The captain stated that lt had been picked up
A fracas was threatened on Saturday evening
between some of the employees at the South Car?
olina Railroad shops and the police were sent for,
but the crowd dispersed without any disturbance.
It is rumored that a cockfight wlU soon take
place between two "stags" from Georgetown and
Charleston, at one hundred dollars a side.
Hugh Craig has been appointed by Governor
Scott Judge of probate for Chesterfield County.
Charles Edmondston, magistrate for Barnwell
County, has been removed.
Tlie respective chiefs or the rival Radical clans
arc evidently on thc alert to conciliate the men or
the "rich Irish brogue." Pillsbury and Mackey
were attentive and conspicuous listeners to the
lecture or Bishop Lynch at St. Patrick's Church
last evening. Norf ced.
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of Mechanics' Union, No. 1, held
at Eagle Hall, on Monday, November 2, the fol?
lowing preamble and resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, la the all-wise providence ot Almighty
God, this Union has been deprived, for the first
time since its organization, by death, of one of
its members; we desire, therefore, to place upon
record some evidence or respect and esteem. Be
Resolved, That in the death or our brother
member, GEORGE KRUSE, this Union has lost one
who, though connected w.th us but f^r a short
time, bid fair to become a useful and zealous
Resolved, That a blank page In onr minute book
be Inscribed and dedicated to his memory.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the family or our deceased brother, with
the expressions or our deep sympathy la their
J3eso!r?o\ That these resolutions be published
in the dally papers.
J. B. KIMMEY, Secretary.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to rurnlsh good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his '
Hotel Arrivals- November 6 and T.
A. Getty, Charleston; Thomas Warren, St.
Louis; G. V. Hunter, James McMcnslng, Colum?
bia; J. C. Gillett, Augusta; A. A. Plomer and wile,
Pennsylvania; J. B. Varnum, Virginia; -R. B.
Campbell, South Carolina; Mr. and Mrsast. John,
child and nurse, M. T. newitt, New York; H. G.
Robinson, Providence; G. C. Keeley, Washington;
W. K. Rodgers, T. W. Simpson, Ohio; Henry H.
Curtis, Monroe County, N. Y.; J. W. H. Levy, Au?
gusta; E. K. Sargant, Jr., New York; L. D. Pas?
chal!, Wilmington, Del.; Dudley Porter, George W.
Day, Massachusetts; E. McNeill, C. McNeill, Con?
necticut; Johu.W. Gordon, England; E. Allen,
New York; Edwd. Hopkins, M. Carrington, E. N.
Adams, Pennsylvania; R. M. Cuyler, New .York;
H. C. Moffatt, Buffalo, N. Y. ; S. B. Holbrood, Or?
ange, Ga; Jas. McNamara, Orangeburg; R. Mof?
fat, J. A. Stillman, New York; F. Brown and lady,
Boston; C. G. Johnson, New Orleans; Capt. Geo.
William A. McDowell, W. C. Vennlng, St. Thom?
as; A. A. Browning, South Carolina; M. Brener,
Wadmalaw; R. B. Bland, J. B. Izell, Columbia; C.
H. Browning, A. L. Merren, Macon; J. F. Gorman,
New York; C M. Mathews, James W. Brown,
South Carolina; James M. Flood, steamship Geor?
gia: George Thompson, Boston; J. B. Miller, W. D.
Livingston, City; J. L. Jones, New York; J. E.
Siffs, London; E. G. Schupein, Moscow, Russia;
E. C. Clayton, Paris; J. E. Houlston, New York;
W. R. Stringfellow, St. Louis; Miss Sampson,
Wm. S. Greene, Georgetown ; S. N. Green, Barn?
well; J. Gorham, Savannah; S. J. Kennerly, Jr.,
Jacksonville; G. W. Pratt, Palatka; Jacob Ottolen
gui, City. .
G. R, Davidson, Liverpool; M. Poppin, W. L;
W. H. Teneyck, New Orleans; C. D. Fitzmaurice,
Columbia; A. M. Mason, Virginia; D. L. Lumsden,
New York; J. D. Andrews, New Orleans; J. Albert
Haddock, Philadelphia; Thomas Sawyer and fam?
ily, San Francisco; D. B. Hayward and family,
city; James Null, Jr., Detroit; Reubln Tomlinson,
Columbia; Miss E. K. Mayo, W. K. Rossiter, New
York; W. S. Murray, Clarendon; Wm. G. Kirk,
Bluffton; Henry Taylor. Savannah; M. H. Roullen,
A. Cleaver, New York; Mrs. General Sprague and
two children, Miss Sprague, Florida; Miss Sanno,
Infant and servant, J. M. Alston, Alabama.
THE CHEAP STORE.-Mr. I. Goudkop, lavor
ably known to the shoppers on King street, has
removed to the new and spacious building on tho
west side, a few doors below Calhoun street, and
will offer a large and extensive stock at thc great?
SHOULDERS, sides, hams, and other groco
' rles, are advertised for sale low by G. W, Steffens,
No. 30 Vendue Range.
ATTENTION ls directed to the extensive sale
of statuary and other objects of art that wai
take place this evening in King street, opposite
Sllcox's furniture store, nuder the auspices of j
Messrs. Leitch A Bruns. Thc articles wm be open ?
for inspection during thc day.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Mr. O. F. Panknln, the well-known Meeting street
druggist, has Just Imported direct from Paris a
large stock of choice perfumery of all kinds, bear?
ing the brands of the most celebrated French
makers. The scents and essences are of thc
latest fashion as well as the finest quality, and
the perfume-loving public have seldom so good
an opportunity as now of gratifying their tastes
at a reasonable price.
To TUE LAWES.-We beg to call your special
attention te two (2) cases of Poplins in choice
styles and colors at twenty-five cents. These
goods are from auction; yon wUl find them cheap,
and very desirable, at No. 287 and 289 King street.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB A CO.
ONE OP DICKERS' or Seott's Works ls present?
ed to every anneal, subscriber to the XIX Cen?
Shirts ano furnishing <?>ooos.
THOMAS H. BLACKWELL
Is constantly receiving additions to his Large
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
His Intimate relations with Importing Houses
at the North enables him to soil thc Best Goods at
.less than New York prices.
THE LATEST STTLE8 OP
SCARFS, TIES. COLLARS, HOSD3RY, HAND
KERCH KIEFS, UNDERWEAR, Ac.
BAJOU'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker City line Shirt, ready made and to order.
All goods marked in
ONE PRICE TO ALL
No. 219 KTNG STREET,
sept22 OmeR Ono door below Market.
rpUE PLACE TO BUY YOUR SHIRTS.
SS THE SS
SS STAR SS
S3 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 ' SS
SS MEN'S SS
SS FURNISHING GOOKS SS
SS < AND SS
SS UNDERWEAR. SS
Don't forget tho place, THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
ec 113 D4U
J V. BARDI N,
COMMISSIO N MERCHANT,
Marshall's Wharf, Charleston, s. G.
Prompt attention given to the sale or Cotton,
Bice and Naval Stores, and Country Produce gen?
erally._oct s imo
?yyr I L L I S <fc CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale and Shipment
(to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol COTTON
RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-non. HENRY BUIST, W. j. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING, Esq. oct4
fyarowate, Ctttlerg, Ut.
JJ ART ?Sb CO., v
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. D. COHEN. B. S. HAST. N. S. HABT. F. MORAN. JOHN T. ll'N.UIEE.
WHOLESALE STORE, No. 39 HATNB STREET; RETALL STORE, CORNER KING AND
BAR IRON, - MILL ROCKS,
PLOUGH STEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGERS* TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND BRITANNIA WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Bept24 fniw3mos DAC
Ulrri (Swobs, <fftc.
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 Dsmestkt DRY GO?BS,
Laces and Embroideries, Cloaks, Shawls, Olores, Horner/, Fancy Goods, Ribbons, A?., that we J
have ever offered, and Invite attention of parohasers, guaranteeing to sell our Goods, for cash or city
acceptances, as cheap as the cheapest.
Our stock of Dress Goods comprises, In part, Black and Colored Silks, Irish and Frenoh Poplins,
All-wool Meriuoes, Empress Cloths, Alpacas, Delaines, Poplinettes, Prints, Ac, to which we ara add?
ing novelties per every steamer.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
Frenoh Laces in variety, Lace Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Embroidered Goods of ?very dc
sciiption, Edging and Insertings, Embroidered Sets, Infants' Embroidered Cloaks, Robes and Waists,
Embroidered Merino Sacks, together with very many ether artlolea which may always be found in
our Laos and Embroidery Department.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
We are Sole Agents appointed In Charleston far HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVBS, which have
no saperlors. We have all sizes, from 5>i to 8, in Black, White and Colors; Berlin, Silk and Lisle Gloves
of every description, for men, woiuen and children.
HOSIERY, best English manufacture, in great variety. Men's Half Hose, superior English,
the best quality.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room ls replete with au tho latest novelties of Ladies' and Misses' Cover?
ings. Most of our Cloaks are either our own importations or our own manufacturo, enabling us to
sell them at the lowest possible figures.
Black Cloaks in Cloth from $3 50 to $45. Colored Chinchilla, Cloth Cloaks, Black Silk Coverings,
Misses' and Children's OUiks, Broche and Printed Cashmere Shawls, Woollen Shawls, Mourning
Shawls, Ac, Ac.
MISCELLANEOUS AND FANCY GOODS.
Ladles' Ties and Scarfs, Ribbon Bows, Gentlemen's rich Romaa 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, ?c., Swansdown, Crape Goods, Frlillngs, Ruining, and other
articles not here mentioned.
OUR FALL AND WINTER ?TOCK.
Now offers great Inducements to buyers, who will find lt to their advantage to examine our
Goods before making selections elsewhere. ootl4 imo
pATENT RUBBER COLLARS, SAD?
DLES AND PADS,
Warranted not to gall horses. Testimonials
can be famished.
For sale by
JENNINGS, THOMLINSON A CO.,
No. 159 Meeting street,
nov8 1 Opposite Charleston Hotel.
JQO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF LNDEFI
N ITEL Y Sick Headache, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of the Stomach r
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYHAH.
J L. SHEPPARD,
Will attend to the Purchase and Shipping of
COTTON, RICE and General Merchandise.
Onice at Messrs. COHEN, HANCKEL A CO., No.
46 East Bay._nov2
GIVE GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
septn 3mos_RAOUL A LYNAH.
jyO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake m the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, rois 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 thesamc elementa
of fertility ns Soluble Pacific Guano, except that
it is not furnished with ammonia. It ls prepared
expressly for composting with cotton seed, which
furnishes thc element of ammonia-the object be?
ing to render that side-product of the plantation
available to the highest degree as an clement of j
For further, and particular information, apply
to the undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. ERESE A CO.,
General Agents Baltimore.
JT^ AND PLASTER.
500 barrels LAND PLASTE lt, m store.
For sale by
octl2 OLNEY A CO.
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WATE li,
Manufactured and ror sale by
Dr. H. BAER.
Oct5 No. 131 Heating street.
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OP NSW TORS.
Office: Parle Panic Banding, Koa. 214 and 210
COK ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, vice-President.
HENRI" HELDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad street.
J. S. BUIST, M. I)., Medical Examiner.
?3-S?B-AGENTS wauled throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
Agent._ dec7 nj
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFELTABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES' REQUIRED.
LAST CASU DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 FER CENT.
Polices in force.$25,ooo,ooe
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,ooo
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. Janies Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros.,?.*
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermilye, Banker, (Vermilye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. G jorge Qpydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot < Morgan, Banker.
Thomar Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Beuj. Sherman, Treasurer New Tork Steam
Sugar Relining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Pirm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. llaughwout, Firm E. V. Uaughwout & Co.
Wm. Wilkens, Firm of Wilkens A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
Willlan Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuy 1er, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Rope, President Coutinental Fire Insur?
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, CounseUor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM ? ISSERTEL,
General Agents for South carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
auction 0aUs-??)?0 Ban.
By W. Y. LEITCH & I?. S. BRUNS,
THIS DAY and TO-MORROW, the 8th and 9th
November, at No. 186 King street, opposite 811
cox's Furniture Warerooms, will be sold, and
; sale continued in thc evenings at 7 o'clock, until
the entire stock is sold,
A O BAND AND ATTRACTIVE ASSORTMENT OP
ELEGANT OBJECTS OF ART,
CONSISTING OP '
CARRABA MARBLE STATUARY, Vende De
Prato, French Bronze Twenty-one Day Clocks,
Bronze Figures of entirely new models, Alabaster
Statuary, Vases, Tazzas, Pedestals, SUver Plated
Ware, Ac, lately imported from Italy by Signor
G. B. Pandolflnl A Co., of New York.
The assortment comprising Carrara Marble
Statuary, viz: The GUARDIAN ANGEL, by Bar?
ata; Putto Lon Ntdc, by Cherici; Group Contend?
ing Cupids; VeUed Busts, by FronzonL
DIANA, Madonna, Love and Psyche, Birth of
Venus, Bacchus and Arinuna.
AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE, Cornelius,
Moniere, Dante and Vergillo, Cloe and Sappho,
Milton, Haroun and Curlomagnlo, 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,
AL80, WILL BE ADDED TO THE SALE,
A large collection of FINE SILVER PLATED
WARE AND CUTLERY.
The importers have used every exertion to ren?
der this collection complete in every detail, and it
will, upon examination, be found to be beyond
all precedent as regards thc beauty and variety
of the articles offered.
This splendid collection ls now open for Inspec?
tion, and the ladies are especially Invited to call
and examine this magnificent assortment of arti?
cles lately imported.
By WM. McKAT,
Ko. 130 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion
-^IGHT SALE ~AT 74 O'CLOCK
Commencing THIS (Monday) EVENING, and con?
tinue nightly during the season.
Rcgnlar sale as usual on WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at 10 A. M.
For particulars see hand bills. novs
Auction Sales--Jnture Dans.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON KING
Will be sold on TUESDAY next, th? Wb. Instant,
At the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
All thar valuable LOT OF LAND on the west
side of King street, fourth lot north of Queen, be?
ing 23 feet front by 232 deep; together with a rear
Lot opening into Clifford alley, 17 feet by 44, more
Terms cash. Purchaser pays for papers as
For farther particulars of this valuable proper?
ty, apply as above, at No. 29 Broad street, where
a plat can be seen. ' nov5 fmtu3
A. C. MeGLLLITRAY,
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
EX PARTE LAWRENCE B. LOVEGREEN, ET AL.
By virtue of a decretal order of the Hon. R. B.
Carpenter, Judge of thc First Circuit, will be
sohl on THURSDAY, the 11th day of Novem?
ber, 1869, In front of the Old Customhouse, at
ll o'clock A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the south side of Tradd street,
formerly known as No. 61; butting and bounding
north on Tradd street, south by Lands now or
late of Ann Swain, cast by Lands now or late of
Mrs. - Rolando, and west by Lands now or late or
Lawrence Hal verso H ; measuring and centalning
on front Une on Tradd strcot, 17 feet, more or less,
and in depth 102 feet, more or less.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
nov2 tnsmth*_& C. C.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
SMALL FARMS AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at the Old Postofllce, on THURSDAY,
25th November, at ll o'clock, to the highest bid?
One hUHdrea TARMS, adjoining each other, con?
taining from one to eleven acres of Land, situated
or the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, Edlsto
River, and public roads around Jacksonboro' De?
pot: laid out into lots and streets, a plat of which
will be exhibited on the day of sale.
The above Lots will be sold separately.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance in one year, with
Interest from day ef sale, secured by bond and
mortgage of the property. Purchasers to pay
J. F. Mathewes for necessary United States inter?
nal revenue stamps aud papers. oct25 mthio
lg ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
WiU be sold at Public Auction, on the first MON?
DAY In December next, in the Town of Man?
ning, Clarendon County, South Carolina,
The following LOTS OF LAND, all situated in
thc said county, being the property of an Assign?
This ls thc late residence of Dr. Ingram, and is
located in the most desirable portion of the Town
of Manning. The lot contains two acres; thc ap?
purtenances arc a well finished dwelling, contain?
ing six rooms; outbuildings complete, consisting
of storeroom, servants' houses, kitchen, stable,
Ac. Thc place ls ornamented with beautiful live
oaks, set out about ten years ago. Altogether it
is a handsome place, costing ten years ago about
' HOME TRACT."
This is an excellent and well settled tract of 600
acres of land, situate about two miles from Man?
ning. The land produces well-cotton, corn and
peas. The appurtenances consist of dwelling
house, with all nccessury outbuildings, laborers'
houses, gin house, granary, stables, Ac.
Tliis ls a tract of 620 acres of land; lt is a well
settled and highly productive plantation, situate
in "Fork of Black River," six mUes from Man?
"ROSE BAY PLACE."
Tills a tract of ?-to acres of fine cotton and corn
land, situate within a mlle of thc Conycrs', and
adjoining the "Conycrs' Tract." It ls without
This ls a tract of 300 acres. An Improved and
valuable tract of land, situate in the "Pork of
Black RI . er." produces corn, cotton and rice well,
and ls convenient to Manning and Sumter, the
latter place affording one of the best markets in
This consists or a storehouse, dwelling and out?
buildings, and five acres of lan ? in thc Village of
Summerton, near Wright's Bluff, on Santcc River.
LOTS IN MANNING.
rlouse and two acre lot in the Town or Manning.
House contains four rooms; lot well Improved.
A small house and kitchen and two acres of
land In the Village of Maiming.
A vacant lot.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash; the remainder on a creditor
one and two years; the credit portion to be se?
cured by bond ol' the purchaser, with interest at
the rate ol' seven per cent, per annum, and mort?
gage of the premises sold. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers.
FROST .v. ADGER, for Assignees,
Charleston, S. C.
R OOKLt ? ~~~
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 to no
Company in the United States for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
Office No. 141 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 thc State.
Apply m person or by letter to
JAMES G. H! LMBS, JR.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
July 12 mwfomos
Auction Qaks~~?ntuxt $050.
TJT?DEB DECREE "ENT EQUTTY.
By virtue of on order of Rale to me directed, ia
the case of Siegling vs. Hicks, I will offer for sale
at Public Auction, at the Old Postofflce, foot of
Broad street, on TUESDAY, the 23d of Novem?
ber," 1889, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OP LAND with the bulldogs there?
on, situate, lying and being an the south side of
Reid street, in the City of Charleston, and known
by the No. 5. Measuring and containing in front
on Reid street forty feet, and in depth one' hun?
dred and twenty-five feet, bc the same moro or
less; butting and bounding north by Reid street,
south and west by binds now or late of C. H.
Stevens, and east by lands now or late bf CH
All that LOT OF LAND with the buildings there?
on, situate, lying and being on Calhoun street,
(south side,) in the City of Charleston, State afore?
said. Measuring in front on said street thirty
four (34) feet, more or less, and in depth one hun?
dred and six (100) feet, more or less; buUlng and
bounding to the east oh lands now ?rlate of Paul
Raliall, to the west on lands of J. T. Elsworth, to
the north on Calhoun street, and to the south on.
lands now or late of Henry Horlbeck.
Terms-One-third cash, and the residue on s
credit of one and two years, with interest from
the day of sale payable semi-annually, secured
by bond or bonds or the purchaser or purchasers
and mortgage of the premises. The buildings to
be insured and the policies assigned. Purchaser
to pay for stamps and papers.
WM. J. GAYER,
nov8 m3tul_Special Referee.
By W. T. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS.
DESIRABLE WOODEN RESIDENCE,
No. 303 MEETING STREET, NEAR
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 9th instant, at tod
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That desirable two story WOODEN DWELLING
on the east side of Meeting street, known as No.
308, with double piazza. House contains alz
rooms, besides pantry, cistern and kitchen.
Lot measures 30 feet by 131.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps._, _nov5 fmtu3
By TT. Y. LEITCH & B, g. BRUNS,
POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED SALB
OF OIL PAINTINGS.
Wf? he gold at Auction, beginning on THURS?
DAY, the 11th matant, at 12 o'clock, at the
Store southeast corner of Broad and Church,
streets, and continued until sold,
A valuable collection or OIL PAINTINGS ?
massive Gilt Frames. This collection embraces ?
variety or subjects drawn from scenery in Amert
ca and Europe, together with historical and fancy
~*??v!8 from the studios or Rascance, KriUhener,
Northcote Hart> Dlrk> Myerheim, Eberlie and
others of equal flotation.
This collection will oC UD0? exniWtion day an*
night, commencing on Tueau *r< *tfl instant, UR.
til day of sale.
The public, and the ladles particularly, are invf.
ted to examine this collection and be present at
Catalogues of the Pictures will be ready for
distribution on Monday, 8th Instant. " ncr*
SOUTH CAROLINA, KERSHAW CQ?N
JAMES CHESNUT, EXECUTOR, VB. MARY C.
REYNOLDS, SARAH CHESNUT, MARY
C. FRIERSON, ET AL-BILL FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF WILL,
In pursuance or a decree made In the above causo
at September Term, 1869, wo win expose to
public sale, before the Courthouse, in Camden,
at ll o'clock A M., on MONDAY, the eth day or
December next, ,
Thc following most valuable LANDS, lying from
three to four miles from the Town of Camdon,
Immediately on the South Carolina Railroad,
fronting on Wateree River, and running back,
eastwardly, five miles, covering over five thous?
and acres, one thousand of which are fine swamp
lands In cultivation, one thousand fine uplands In
cultivation, and over three thousand In original
forest, heavily timbered with oaks, hickory, dog?
wood, pine, Ac, much of it very fine cotton land,
finely watered and offering abundant winter
First. BELLE-MONT, a very choice plantation
or over eight hundred acres, on Wateree River,
three miles from Camden, with a large settle-'
ment on it ; will produce, without manures, a
bale of cotton or seventy-five bushels of corn to
the acre. Tills ls regarded as the best body of
land on the Wateree River.
Second. TOWN CREEK CLANTATION, adjoin?
ing the above, consists of four thousand five
hundred acres, recently held as one large planta?
tion ; comprising swamp, second bottom, and op
lands, heavily timbered and finely watered, hav?
ing two fine streams running through lt. The
South Carolina Railroad and two public highways
run through these lands and render them acces?
sible at all points. They are very convenient to
Camden; the uplands are perfectly healthful and
present rare advantages.
This place ls subdivided into and will be sold as
twentyone farms of one hundred to four hun?
dred acres, offering a rare opportunity to settlers
seeking homes. Adjoining plantations have
been divided into small farms and are taken by
our best people.
Terms-Onc-ilfth cash; balance on a credit of
one, two and three years, in equal annual Instal?
ments, with Interest fron: date, payable annually
at seven per cent., secured by bond, sureties
and a mortgage or the promises, with the privi?
lege to purchasers to pay cash. Purchasers to pay
for stumps and papers.
Au agent on the place will show the lands, and
the plats can be seen at the office of Wm. M.
Shannon, Esq., Camden. S. C.
WM. M. SHANNON,
Special Masters and Receivers.
Camden, S. C., Nov. l, 1869. oct301 m?wfz
tTDrngs, Chemicals, #c.
JJUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL
FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
ALLAYS INFLAMMATION OV THE GUMS, CORES
tUOLIC, CHOLERA INFANTUM, DY8BNTERY,
AND ALL DISEASES TO WHICH
CHILDREN ARE .SUBJECT
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL ls offered to
the public with an absolute guarantee against all
danger from Its use. Read the following certifl
CHARLESTON, May 16,1868.
Mr. J. B. Rr/SSELL, one of our careful and Intel?
ligent Pharmaceutists and Apothecaries, lu. 3 sub?
mitted to my examination the formula for the
preparation of a Soothing Cordial prepared and
vended by him.
It affords me pleasure to express a favorable
opinion of its safe and efficient adaptation to the
particular cases or the diseases or children, which
it is designed to relieve.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
naving had occasion to prescribe RUSSELL'S1
Soothing Cordial lu severe cases ol Bowel Com?
plaints in children and delicate reinales, I have
been much pleased with Its effects. I consider lt
a valuable medicine in all cases, in which it may
be advisable to avoid the use or auodyne, and par?
ticularly Tor family use, as lt is perfectly safe.
W. T. WRAGG, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C., 186?.
Dear Sir-I have used your Soothing Cordial for
Dlarrhwa in teething children, and lind it a very
excellent preparation, lt has a great advantage
over most preparations of the kind In containing
no Opium or Narcotic.
When these ure required they can be added In
proportions applicable to the case.
I therefore can recommend Us usc In thc affec?
tions for which it is designed.
Respectfully yours, Ac,
T. L. OG 1ER, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. 1868.
I certify that I have most successfully used
RUSSELL'S Soothing Cordial in thc Summer Com?
plaints ol infants. He has fully exhibited thc In?
gredients of his remedy, and the tedious method
or preparation. 1 recognize the prescription
containing no anodyne whatever-as a most safe
and efficacious one in bowel affections of children.
When much pain or restlessness attends the affec?
tion, doses or Paregoric can be added to the pre?
scribed doses or thc Cordial according to the age
or the patient. The compound, though more
orten, acts in an efficient manner without any ad?
dition or anodyne.
In the Diarrhoa of the aged, In Increased doses,
lt ls or great value as a remedy; never dleagroe
iug with tlie stomach-increasing appetite, im?
proving digestion, and acting as a Blow but offi?
cient astringent agent.
W. M. FITCH, M. D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C., 1868.
Mr. J. Ii. Russell :
DEAR SIR-I have used your Soothing Cordial
lor children extensively in my practice, and most
cheerfully testify to its meriLs. I have round lt,
without an exception, to accomplish all lt claims,
and consider it superior to anything in use for
Its freedom from anodyne of any kind recom?
mends lt ?usa perfectly safe preparation In the
hands of mothers and Inexperienced nurses.
Vorv respectfully, Ac,
D. R. WILLIAMS, M. B.
Made by J. B. RUSSELL, Chemist.
Sold by Dr. ll. BABB, Wholesale Agent for
South Carolina. octls