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Meetings This Day.
Friendship Lodge, at 7 P. if.
Committee of Masonic Pair Association, at 5
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Associa?
tion, at 7 P. M.
Washington Artillery Friendly Society, at half
past T P. M.
St.<lecllia Society, at 8 P. M.
Hope Fire Engine Company, at 7 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Engine Company, at 7 P. M.
Ashley Fire Engine Company, at 7 P. M.
Stevedores'.Protective Union, at 7:50 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
. store, satinets, clothing, Ac.
PSRSONAL.-Major-General Halleck and staff
arrived by the Dictator yesterday evening.
COLET OF GENERAL SESSIONS.-No Court was
held on Saturday on account of thc indisposition
af Judge Carpenter.
THE CHEAPEST YKT.-The NEWS Job Office ls
now printing bill-heads in thc best style and on
fine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
GOOD PASSAGE.-Tho British steamship Pi??
se*/, which left this port for Liverpool on the 20th
.f October, arrived there on the loth or Novem?
ber, making the run bi eighteen days, which is a
very fine passage for this season of thc year.
Tan NEWCOMB MINSTRKLS open to-night at
jSibernlan Hall. The troupe has an ancient and
well earned reputation for excellence In the vari?
ais elementa which make up the style or enf ertain
ment known as burnt-cork opera. As concerts of
this character never fail to draw good houses in
Charleston, we have en ly to advise our readers to
go early In order to secure good seats.
OFF FOR COLUMBIA .'-The hegira o? Radical
atUce-holders and office-seekers, who dance at?
tendance upon our model Legislature at Colum?
bia, has begun, rad there ls a fair prospect that
hy to-night few of the tribe will remain in Charles?
ton. The multitudinous officials who rejoice in
the name of D. T. Corbin have all departed, to
return no doubt, at the close of the session, ia
multiplied numbers and with augmented civic
THB COTTON CROP IX NORTH CAROLINA.
The Wilmington Journal says: "We have before
referred to the probable short crop of cotton in
this State, and we regret extremely to learn, from
-asource In which we have confidence, that the
crop of Robeson County will only yield about
-ane-hah* of what it was pitched for. The late
cotton is opening badly, a..d the rot ls very per?
ceptible, and adds greatly to the shortness and
quality of the orop."
TH? WORKINGMEH'S ASSOCIATION.-The Com?
mittees of three from each of the * ;s who were
appointed by the chairman (Mr. Jai ?es M. Rabb,)
met on Saturday evening, at thc ^outh Carolina
Mall, and presented a draft of the constitution,
which was accepted. The meeting was private,
hat, wc are sincerely glad to hear, that the asso?
ciation has purged Itself af the political element
that was manipulating it. A public meeting of
Hie workingmen will be called at an early day.
A MOBIL ESTABLISHMENT.-We invite the at?
tention of the friends of THE NEWS hi the city and
throughout the State to the excellent faculties
which our office enjoys for the prompt execution
ot all kinds of Book and Job Printing. Fahy pro
Tided with new type and machinery of the latest
-sad most approved pattern, and having a large
and carefully selected stock of cards, envelopes
and papers of all qualities, THE NEWS Job Office bi
now prepared to flu orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing In the very best
manner, and at rates at least as low as any other
establishment in the Southern States. Call at
THE NEWS building (up-stalrs) and examine our
-seale of prices and specimens of our work.
STETS DORES' PROTECTIVE UNION.-The steve?
dores of this city, following the example set by
the longshoremen, have formed a union to pro?
tect their Interests and those of th? shippers.
They have pledged themselves to the Utter that
tte work shall be done thoroughly and exped?
tlouaty, and without the aid of men who have
made themselves obnoxious by their dictatorial
proceedings. The shippers, we are told, will ac?
cord the new organization then* entire support.
The first meeting of this union was held on Fri?
day evening, and was presided over by Captain
A. 0. Stone. The constitution was read and
adopted, and arrangements made to perfect the
workings of the Union. A special meeting will
he held this evening at the hall of the Hook an?
Ladder Company, No. 1, in Queen street.
THE AOADEMT OF MOSTO.-Mr. John T. Ford,
the enterprising lessee of our little Jewel of a
theatre, arrived in the city on Saturday, and ex?
pressed his unqualified gratification at the ar?
rangement, capacity and adornment ot the new
temple of music and the drama to be inaugurated
ander his auspices. Mr. Ford assures us that he
means at all hazards to maintain the social char?
acter of the Academy, both before and behind the
footlights. The entertainments that he Intends
to present will, in all cases, be the very best of
their class, and at once pleasing and refined.
The Chapman Sisters, tue stars who are to open
the Academy, have won golden opinions when?
ever they have appeared, and we are sure that
our people will be delighted by then* sparkling
and vivacious performances
Mr. Ford has secured for thb opening night a
prologue specially written for the occasion by
Wm. Gilmore Simms, Esq. The finishing touches
ate now being put to the ornamental work of the
Academy, and by the middle of this week lt is ex?
pected that the structure will be substantially
?amp?ete. The gorgeous "sunlight" which is to
illuminate the Interior has been elevated to Its
position m the dome, and the complicated details
of the scenic arrangements are rapidly approach?
Our friends in the country who may chance to
.visit Charleston in December, or in fact any time
this winter, need have no fear that first class
amusements will be lacking to make their even?
ings^ the city pass pleasantly away.
THE MASONIC FAIR.-Saturday night ended
tte first week of the Fair, and the hall having
been previously engaged by the minstrels, thc
managers were reluctantly compelled to suspend
operations. A number of articles are still on
hand, and the chances arc not all taken In several
af the most Important raffles. It is, therefore,
proposed to obtain the lower hall aad exhibit the
ansold goods on one large stand. It would not
ae difficult to secure takers for tho remaining
chances, and the articles still on hand would com?
mand a ready sale when oiTered at the low rates
proposed. The Fair has been a complete success,
and the receipts will fully equal the expectations
af the Masonic fraternity. The fine sliver service,
af which mention was made in our last Issue, was
won by Orange Lodge, which polled 204 votes, the
remainder of thc ballot being: Washington 145;
Union Kilwinning 99-(being one for each mem?
ber;) Friendship 38, and a number scattering
The fine set of narness put up by strict Observ?
ance Lodge was won by Dr. J. Somers Daist. A
cooking stove presented by Mr. Q. A. Damon was
won by Mr. W. B. Hughes. The handsome garnet
act was not rallied, and each table has some choice
articles remaining that will be raffled as soon as
the chances arc all taken.
It wul be seen by a notice in another column
that the Committee on Accounts will meet at
Hibernian Hali to-morrow attcrnoon, when aU
alaims should be presented properly certified,
and jrh*en all persons engaged in the Fair are re
quested to hand la their accounts. The president
?(theFair Association particularly requests ail
persons who may have articles remaining at the
?alt to remove them aa eaxry as possible thia
CKUMBS.-It was carre ntl j reported on tho
streets Saturday that thc Grand Jury had lound
a true bill against ex-Alderman T. J. Mackey, for
assault and battery with intent to kill.
A meeting of the Union Republican party will
bc held this evening at the Military nail. A grand
pow-wow ls expected.
The new Cooring in the upper wards market is
The investigation into the East Bay Are failed
to discover the cause. That of the lire in Calhoun
stree*, is stHI pending, though the testimony elicit
ed thus far Induces thc belief that it was the act
of an incendiary.
A SERIOUS MISHAP.-Some excitement was
caused on Meeting street on Saturday morning
by thc appearance of fissures in tho front of
the new building occupied by Messrs. Cameron,
Barkley A Co., at the corner of Meeting and Cum?
berland streets, and for a time there were fears
that the wall would fail. The facts of thc case,
which our reporter has been at some trouble to
ascertain, wer as follows: Thc owners of the
building wishing to deepen their cellar, with a
view to meet thc wants of their growing busi?
ness, employed Mr. Culleton, a contractor, to do
the work. Ile had made very fair progress in
what he had undertaken, the side walls having
been successfully underpinned by brick work
some three feet below their original depth, and
the sandy soil removed from the interior of the
oellar to a corresponding extent. Coming
to the front, however, the fatal mistake
was made of# undermining the entire width
of thc structure, leaving thc immense mass of
masonry of the Trout wall hanging from thc two
corners. Thc front, which is about forty feet
wide, stood this tearful test for some time, and
then gradually yielded, thc masonry below the
iron sills sinking Into tho cavity below. Then was
presented thc singular spectacle of the powerful
iron calumns, designed by the architect to support
the wal!, themselves supported solely by the bond
of brick and mortar above them, actiug like an
immense arch. As soon as this state of affairs
became apparent a large crowd collected around
the building, and a messenger was dispatched by
the distressed owners for Mr. John ll. Devereux,
at the Academy of Music. With characteristic
promptitude that gentleman speedily had a gang
of workmen at hand, with a quantity of lumber of
all sizes, to remedy, as far as possible, thc accident.
He soon .succeeded in gripping, by a system of
shoreing, the entire trent, not allowing another
brick to fall, thus affording the owners an oppor?
tunity of removing their valuable stock from the
paru of the building endangered. We presume
that the operations necessary to repair the dam?
age will be continued to-day, Messrs. Cameron,
Barkley A Co. meantime giving notice that the
business of their establishment will be conducted
through the rear entrance.
Hotel Arri vu!?-November 20 and 31.
Mrs. J. Julien, Georgia; Frank Bryan, Pitts?
burg, Pa. ; James Mc Kenna, Wm. Pinckncy and
son, H. Morgan, Mrs. M. Morgan, child and ser?
vant, New York; S. Bushman, Klngstree; H. C.
Ewing, Holyoke, Mass.; J. J. Davis, Georgia: Mrs.
Thos. Glover and son, Miss Whittier. Anderson;
0. M. Walker, Wm. J. Etter, Columbia; J. C. Gil?
lett, Augusta; F. T. Whitcomb and wife, New
York; D. E. Becker, Mrs. Wm. Becker. Fort Plain,
N. Y.; W. M. Hutson, Gilbert H. King, J. B. Byrne,
Emery Thayer, New York; John T. Ford, Thos. II
Muler, Ealtimore; John A. Noble, New Jersey;
Mrs. Lucinda Saddington, John F. Saddington,
Williamsburg, N. Y.; Wm. H. Scott, Georgia;
P. S. Crowell, Boston; Mrs. L. Plume, New Or?
leans; R. Aldrich, Barnwell, F. Rollins, New York;
H. Beattie, Greenville, South Carolina; J. D. Em?
merson, New York; A. J. Wakefield, M. D., Jack?
sonville, Florida; W. R. Rossiter, New York; E.
M. Gilbert, Summerville, South Carolina; J. W.
Russell, Wilmington, North Carolina: James L.
Cohen, New York; A Wlcover, Marion, South
Carolina; Samuel M. King, Baltimore; F. A. De
Wilde, New York; H. Hartz, Marion, South Caro?
lina; George Brunswig, New York; Daniel Ahl,
wife and daughter, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania;
Richard Courtney, Baltimore; C. MacMul lan, Phila?
R. D. Rollings, Leesville; P. K. Coburn, R. Co?
burn, Summerville; W. West, Barnwell; A. J.
Thonron, Steamship City Point; W. G. Cannady,
City; Thomas H. Mulholland, Scotland; Daniel
Scully, Baltimore; G. F. Matthorn, Savannah; W.
H. Coburn, J. C. Bodon, Summerville; John Net?
tles, Northeastern Railroad; W. H. Burgess, John
Smith, City; Dr. W. Jenkins and wife, H. B. Van
Ness and lady, Beaufort; P. R. R. M. Satters,
Florence; T. J. Vogere, Wilmington; W. K. Lane,
Klngstree; H. Morrison, Augusta; M. C. Hall, Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad; W. F. Rice,
A. W. Sartoa, Jr., New York; H. S. Thomas,
wife and daughter, Donlgac, Mich.; Clarenoe S.
Bennett, Philadelphia; G. W. Berry and family,
Charles F. Jsnder and wife, Boston; W. C. Day?
ton, Jr., Elizabeth, I. T.; E. DuBols, Bluuton; W.
C. Dorance, New York; J. N. Black, Liverpool;
Jos. C. Lopas, Memphis; Colonel Blunt and fami?
ly, City; Chas. N. W.lls, New York; Sam'l. H. B.
Werman, Baltimore; W. Necomb and lady, W. W.
Newcomb and wife, N. D. Roberts, Harry Rob?
inson. Daniel Wilson, Jas. Johnson, Jas. T. Galick.
N. G. Callice, 0. Hudson, 0. C. Palmer, New York'.
Abla Hlnchcllrr, P. O. Hudson, J. Rampom, G.
W. Paul, Charles Carter, Frank Mandew, w. c.
Dorn, T. C. Ekln, New York; General H. W. Hai
leck, Robert N. Scott, 0. A. Whitter, United
SUtes Army; Charles F. Morris, Baltimore; J. P.
Cordian, New Orleans; J. B. Farley, Mobile; J. D.
Humphreys, Memphis; W. Crishton, Baltimore.
BE8I2TE88 JV O T I C E 8 .
FDRCHQOTT & BROTHER.-This enterprising
firm have, in the face of an active competition,
built up a steady and profitable trade. A large
and beautiful sign at the corner of Calhoun and
King streets attracts the eye and tells of the bar?
gains to be found within. Having a resident
buyer in New York, the firm is enabled to procure
goods at the large auction sales for the lowest
cash rates, and to sell them at correspondingly
low prices. Messrs. Furchgott A Brother have a
thriving branch of their business'at Jacksonville,
BANK BILLS AND GOLD.-Mr. A. C. Kauf?
man offers bills of the Bank of the State and Bank
of Georgetown; also $1000 in gold.
CHOICE FLOUR, Ac-Messrs. Campson & Co.
advertise for sale a lot of the choice flour which
took the premium at thc recent State Fair. Thc
premium, a handsome butter knife, can be seen
at the Campeen Mills.
IF YOU WANT a good sole leather trunk, call
at Chapeau A. neuron's, Ne. 65 Meeting street,
next to Mills House. nott? 4
MILLS HOUSE HAIR DRKSSINQ EMPORIUM.
Warm and Cold Ratita.
novl? 4* Proprietor.
GOVERNMP.XT MCCI.EI.LAN SADDLBS and town
harness for sale low at Chapeau A Uetfrou's, No.
68 Meeting street, next to Mills House.
BUOGV, COACH, and all styles cart harness for
sale low at Chapeau A UelTron's, No. 03 Meeting
street, next to Mills House. novlS 4
CHROMOS ! CHROMOS ! CHROMOS I-The encap?
es: Chromos In the city at Charles C. Righter'.-,
No. 161 King street.
THE BEST COLLAR for ploughing, and certain
not to gall, is thc Flag Collar, for sale by Chapeau
A Heffron, No. 68 Meeting ?street, next to Milis
BUSINESS ENVELOPE*.-TUE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business maa should have his card printed on his
ONE or DiOXKM* or Scott's Works is present?
ed to every annual aubscrtb cr to the XIX Oev
Orri ?ooos, \*r.
Q I 1 A F
STOLID, "W EBB ?fc C O . ? S ,
Nos. 287 AN? 283 KING STREET.
We beg to inform oar friends and patrons that we have recently bought a very larg? stock of
Which y e can now sell from twenty-five to thirty per cent cheaper tkan last m on tit's pri?es.
. 1 case Assorted Plaid and Striped POPLINS, at 25 cents
1 case Solid Colored Poplins, at 25 cents, worth 35 cents
1 case Assorted Chene and Changeable Poplins, at 35 to 40 cents
20 pieces 7-8 Poplins, at 40 cents
30 pieces 7-8 Poplins, Choice, at 50 cents, worth 7? cents to $1
30 pieces Scotch Plaids, at 25 and 35 cents
20 pieces 7-8 Scotch Plaids, at 50 cents
10 pieces 7-8 Scotch Plaids, at 60 cents
10 pieces 5-4 Silk Mixed Scotch, at 85 cents, worth $1 2i
5 pieces of Choice Grey Mixed Poplins, at 70 cents, very cheap
2 cases of Delaines, at 20 cents
1 lot of Dcbages, at 15 cents
1 case Assorted Empress Cloth, in Choice Colors.
WHITE ALPACAS, White Poplins, White Empress Cloth. White Delaine, waite Merino, Scarlet
Delaine, Scarlet Merino, Scarlet Opera Flannels.
Scarlet Opera Cloth, 0-4 wide, for Cloaks and Sacks.
Choice Lot of Black Silks.
We beg to cali special attention to our Rep Silk at $2.
All prices in the celebrated "Lion Brand" Alpaca, in best Bise Black.
Also, a Very Large Stock of
Which wc Guarantee at very Low Prices.
Brown Skirtings, from 7, 8, 9. 10,10K, ll, 12M, 13J?, 14 and 15 cents.
Bleached Longeloths, at ???. 7J?, SM, ?M. 10, ll and 12,^ cents.
1 case 4-4 Longeloths, at 12)? cents, very cheap.
THE LINEN D E I* A. It T J?t E N T
Is well Stocked with Housekeeping Articles, such as
Bleached Linen Damask, at 70 cents.
Brown Damask aa low as Ss cents, double width.
A Choice Lot of Quilts at $1 5?.
Special attention is called to 4 casen of Choice Prints, which wc sell at 12,^ cents.
C'raniteville Shirtings at ion ceulB.
Together with thc Largest Assortment of Coods in every Department, to be found Lu the city, at
NOS. 2 87 AND 289 KING STREBT.
STOL. L, , WEBB & CO.
t^arbrrjcrc, Cntlern, &t.
ART &. co.,
HARD ~W ARE HEBOHANT8,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. B. COUGH. B. 8. HART. N. S. HART. ' P. MOUA.N. JOIN V. M'KAHEK.
WHOLESALE STORE, No. 39 HAYNE STREET; BETAIL STORE, CORNER K?NG AND
BAR IRON, MILL ROCK8,
PLOUCH?SrEBL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS, "
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGERS' TAREE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED A*N D BRITANNIA WARB,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Bept24 fmw3mos DAC
T*OBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Agent for the sale of thc following well known Brands of Virginia and North Carolina
E. T. PILKINTON'S
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, "Gold Leaf," pounds,
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, "Figs,"
PLANTER'S PRIDE, "Gold Leaf," pounds,
COMMONWEALTH, "Bright," pounds and half paunds,
ROCK CITY, "Bright," 4'8,
PLANTER'S DAUGHTER, 16's,
ROSE BUD, 15's,
VIRGINIA PLUM, "Dark," half pounds.
C. W. SPICER'S
SUGAR PLUM, pounds,
F. S. A NTH0N Y <fi CO.'S
ARRINGTON GAME, pounds,
PICAYUNE, Long Tens.
/. T. BT0TALB8 'SUPERIOR PANCAKE?
PACK dk TALB0TTS "ROUGH ANT) READY TWIST?
J. L. VAUGHN AND W. A. CHA FEINS1 ' OHO ICE T WIST. '
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, PLANTER'S PRIDE. COMMONWEALTH. LOVE AMONG THB ROSES
MAY QUEEN, and W. Duke A Son's Celebrated "DURHAM."
Has constantly on hand an assortment or cn EWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO of all grades,
stylos and sizes, to which the attention of the trade U iuvited. oct25 mimo
A N K BILLS
$8000 BANK OF GEORGETOWN
$6000 Bank or thc State South Carolina (new)
$2000 Bank or the State South Carolina (old)
S- State Bank and other Banks.
$1000 IN GOLD COIN.
Por sale hy A. C. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commission Agent,
nova No. 25 Broad street.
On Messrs. MORTON, BLISS A CO., New York,
in sums to suit purohasers.
For sale by E. LAFITTE A CO.,
oct27 wths3m5 No. 20 Broad street.
BROKER, No. 4 BROAD STREET,
Buys and sells on commission, Bonds, Stocks,
Rank Bills, and Securities ot all kinds. The high?
est market prices obtained.
Any information desired, by letter or otherwise
will be cheerrully Riven. Apply as above at No
4 Broad street, or through Postoillce Box ?07.
WiB also attend to the investments o? money In
large and small amount*.
REFERENCES.-Wagner, linger A Co., Reeder A
Davis, G. A. Trcnholm A Son, W. O. Dee A Co..
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Oornpauy; Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., J. D.
Aiken and Co., George II. Walter .v Co., once.
Ilanckel A Co.. Andrew Simoads, President Flrsi
National BanVr sent21 anus '?ir
T. H U M P H R E T S,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND. COMMISSION
SALK* OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 2T BROAD STREET
Charleston, S. C.
RBFERHNCK6.-Ron. HENRY P.i'IST. W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
Q J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
No. 07 LINE STREET, BETWKKN KINC AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Paints,
Ods, Glasses, Shingles; atoo Groove and Tongue
Boards, Ac, co na Hui Uy on band at the lowest
market pri?es. octal mtuslyr
MENKE 4 MULLER,
No. 325 Ki wo ST ii BET,
Turee Doors bolow Liberty street.
Have Just received and opened a large and tine
assortment of Men's Youths' and Doy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Suits,
White and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac,
English and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvlsler's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin,
Calfskin: Cloth, Casslmere, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen and Raper Collars, Cravats,
Neck Ties, Pocket Handkercliiefs. Suspenders,
Also, a large and well assorted stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSIMEltE. DOESKIN, B E A V E R
CLOTH, Ac, a large variety of thc new style Pants
and Vest Patterns, which we otfer to sell by piece,
yarri or pattern, or make up into garments by
measure, m the latest stales.
Our etock has been selected with great care,
and price* marked very low, in plain figures.
Being confident that wc can o:fer inducements
nncqunllcd by any other house, wc solicit buyers
in our line to give us a call before purchasing
All orders will receive oar prompt and very
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed,
oct ii tnwfStnos
R ? A U M & JURS,
Have removed to No. 147 JUNG street, Ave doors
below their former '.Mild, where they will bc
pleased io see their former patrons and friends,
and the public generally.
Mr. Jurs has just returned from the North with
a large and well selected stook of Foreign and
Domestic Cloths, Heavers, Coatings, Doeskins,
Caatiiaeros and Vestings.
A linc assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods,
which will be sold at a very small profit.
Gentlemen in want of any 01 thc aboro articles
will do well to call boforopurotaaaing olttowhore.
octll ni th
I L L I S & GHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to thc Purchase, Sale and Shipment
?o Foreign asd Domestic Ports) of COTTON,
ICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Char lea ton, a 0.
E. WlLLia.A. Bi QBL3Q1M.
By" WM. McKAY.
POSITIVE SALE-SATINETS, READY
MADE CLOTUINO, HATS. HOSIERY
MILITARY CAPS, NOTIONS,
1 will sell THIS DAY, Monday, al No. 136 Meeting
street, at. 10 o'clock.
At Private Sale-A superior assortment of
EA RM INO IMPLEMENTS. nov22
Unction 0aU?-Untare maris.
Bj JEFFORDS & CO.
UNDERWRITERS' SALE OF DAM?
AGED BACON AND DRY SALTED MEATS.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 23d inst, at naif-past 9
o'clock, In front of our Stores, Nos. 17 and 19
6 Mids. Bacon SHOULDERS.
3 hhds. C. H. Sides.
2 boxes Breakfast Bacon.
1 box Sugar-cured Shoulders.
5 boxes Dry Salted Shoulders.
6 boxes Dry Salted Sides.
Damaged on board steamer Prometheus on her
voyage from Philadelphia to this port, and
sold on account of Underwriters and all con
Bj LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
UNDERWRITER'S SALE OF GROCE?
RIES AND LIQUORS, Ac, SAVED FROM
THE LATE FIRE ON EAST BAY.
On TUESDAY, 23d instant, will bc sold in Store?
house, No. 3 Atlantic Wharf, at ll o'clock,
A general assortment of GROCERIES, Ac, saved
from thc late fire on East Bay,
WHISKIES. Bum, Oin. Vinegar, Flour, Pota?
toes, Coffee, Tea, Sou/, Starch, Herrings, Clothes
Lines, Chocolate, Candles, Casu Liquors, Black?
ing, Mackerel, Sardines, Sweet Oil, Beef. Should?
ers, Hams, Canned Goods, Salt Cheese, Brushes,
Conditions cash. nov22
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jyo YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITELY Sic* lleudadle, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of thc Stomach?
USE SOLOMON'S PITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL & LYHAII.
R . DAUER
MUSIC DEALER, Piano Tuner, Teacher or Vio?
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer or Musical lstru
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music always
BALIS AND PARTIES furnished with the best
and most fashionable Music lately received from
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at No. 449
King street, four doors above Calhoun.
g O L OBON'S BITTERS
GIVE GENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
septn Sraos_RAOUL & LYNAn.
fj\ F. GHUPEIN,"
OF ?TCt? NO. 275 KrXO STREET,
GO TO GEORGE LITTLE ? CO.
for fino Cassimcre SACKS at $5.
JQO YOU WISE TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake tn the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, roRs and
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
Fi.r sale by RAOUL & LYNAM.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
laraes ail kinds of Life and Endowment Poli?
cies. Dividends annually In cash, only Com?
pany having thc Definite Guaranteed Surrender
Value Pian Policies, world-wide. Second tono
Company lu thc United States for stability, libe?
rality ami economy.
onicc No. m Broadway, Vow York.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
WILLIAM M. COI.E, Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, second floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted through?
out thc State.
Apply In person or by letter to
JAMES G. HOLMES, JR.,
Gonorai Agent for South Caroona,
j aly 12 mwfflmos
Br YT. ?. LEITCH ATRTS^R?JSP
?JJNDER DECKER IN EQUITY.
PETERMAN A KNEE. EXECUTORS DIKRSSEN,
fg, SCHWING, ADMINISTRATOR, ET AI,.
On TUESDAY, thc 14th December next, at ll
o'clock A. M., will be sold In front ol' the Old
All that LOTOP LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate at the southeast corner of Coming and
Morris streets, In this city, known in a survey of
the Morris Lands by R. K. Payne, Surveyor, by the
No. 1; measuring in front on Coming-street 31
feet, by 111 feet In depth more or less. Bounding
north on Morris street; cast on Lot No. fi;south on
Lot No. 2, and west on Coming street.
That other LOT OF LAND with the Buildings
thereon, situate on Coming street, in Ward No. 6,
and known in the aforesaid survey by thc No. 2;
measuring in front on Coming street 38 feet, by
;il feet in depth. Bounding north on Lot No. 1;
east on Lot No. -; south on Lot No. 3 of said plan
of survey, and weston Coming street.
Terms-One fourth cash; balance in four equal
successive annual instalments, with interest from
the day of sale at 7 per cent, per year, payable an?
nually, secured by the bond or bonds of the pur?
chaser. Buildings to bc insured and policy as?
signed. JAMES W. GRAY,
nov22 mltu4 Special Referee.
H E B I F F'S SALE
Hy virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed
and delivered, will be sold on MONDAY, the 6th
day of December next, at the northeast comer
of the Courthouse, at 12 o'clock M.,
All thc right, title and interest of the defendant,
C. S. Land, in three BOXES OF MERCHANDISE,
marked Land A Parker.
Levied on and to be sold as thc property of C.
S. Land, under an execution in the case or Crane,
Boylst?n A Co. vs. Cade A Land,
terms cash. E. W. M MACKEY,
DOV2S ma S. 0. C.
A. C HeOIUJYRAT,
Hy virtne of a writ of Fieri Facias lo me directed
and delivered, will be sold on MONDAY, Cth day
or December next, at northeast corner or the
Courthouse, between ll o'clock A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M.,
All the right, title and interest or thc derendant
In a TRACT OF LAND, situate in St. stephen's
Parish, Charleston County, containing 2320 acres,
more or less; bounded north on Lands ol thc es?
tate of John Fort, cast on Lands of II. Lofton,
south on Lands or A. Morris, and southwest on
Lands of J. Bates; known as "Chapel Hill."
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Ben?
jamin R. Phillip?, deceased, under an execution
for defendant's costs in thc case or Isaac R. Brln
son, Administrator or Phillips vs. William J. Bates.
At thc same time and place,
All the right, title and interest or derendant in
a TRACT OF LAND situate in thc Parish of St.
James' Goose Creek, containing about loco acres,
more or less; bounded wost and south partly by
public road leading Iront Goose Creek Bridge to
Monck's Corner, and partly on a Tract of Land
owned by-Hinds, north by Lands of William
Smith, northeast by Lands of Thomas Smith, east
by Lands of Harriet Horry, and south by Glebe
and Free School Lands, as set forth in a plat of
Joseph Purcell, dated February 17th, 1797.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of
Charles W. Graves, at the suit of Elisha Cannon.
At the same time and place,
All thc right, title and interest ol derendant In
a TRACT OF LAND, situate In Parish or St.
James', Goose Creek, about20 miles rrom thc city,
and 2 miles east or the State Road, containing
about 025 acres, more or less.
Levied on and to be sold as thc property of W.
Bradford, at the suit of James M. Rason &
At thc same time and place,
Alt the right, title and Interest of defendant in
a TRACT OF LAND, situated In St. James',
Goose Creek Parish, Charleston County, about 2
miles from State Road and 55 miles rrom the City
or Charleston; bounded north by Lands or
0'Dorn;cast by Lands or-Rash; south by
Lands or-, and wost by Lands or-Sauls
Levied on and to bc sold as the property of
Louis N. Hart, at the suit of Robert Moorer, Ad?
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of derendant in
a PLANTATION, situate in Christ Church Parish,
about 7 miles from the Town of Mount Pleasant,
containing 87G3? acres, more or less, together
with the Dwelling House, outhouses, Ac, thereon;
bounded north on Lands of-Horlbeck; east
on Lands or James Macbeth; south on Bowat
Creek and Sound; west on Lands or estate or
Thomas Hamlin and-Horlbeck. as per plat
by John Diamond Surveyor, dated November,
Levied on and to be sold as the property or S.
B. Blackwell at thc suits of Julius A May and
John H. ??clirs, who has assigned the Judgment
and execution to Julias A. May.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest or defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND on the west side or Ameri?
ca street; bounded north on Lands now ?rlate or
D. B. Comstock, west by'Lands or Charles Dag
net, south by Lands of Denis Heffernan, and
east by America street; measuring on north line
72 feet, same on south linc, and on cast and west
lines 80 reet, more or tess.
Levied on and to bcsold as tho property or Dud
lev B. Comstock, under an execution in the rase
of William Amstrong vs. Dudley B. Comstock, et al.
At the same time and place,
All tie right, title and interest or thc derendant
in all that LOT OF LAND, with thc Building?
thereon, situate on the west side of King street,
opposite Columbus street; measuring about 55
reet front, by 150 reet In depth, be the same mere
Levied on and to be sold as the property of
Frances L. Wilson, executrix, at tlicsult of Hyatt,
Meliurney A Co.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
U'ivl5 Dil S. C. C.
VALUABLE PLANTATION ON COO
SAWHATCHIE RIVER AND BER'S
CREEK, AND ON THE LINE OF THE
SAVANNAH AND CHARLES?
Will be sold on THURSDAY.'Bth December, at the
Ohl Postoiilcc, at. li o'clock, without reserve,
All that PLANTATION, formerly property of
estate of Huguenin, lying iii St. Luke's Parish,
Beaufort County, and known BS Fuirfleld, con?
taining twenty-four hundred (2400) acres, more or
less; bounded on the north by Lands of the estate
or Thomas Dawson and a tract formerly a por?
tion or Fairfield, east by thc Coosawhatchie River
aud Lands ol the estate or Thomas Dawson, south
by Bee's Creek and Lands ol Dr. Wm. D. Gillison,
wes. by Lands or Hon. W. F. Colcock,
Terms-One-third (H) cash; balance by bond
payable in one and two years, secured by mort?
gage of thc property. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamps.
Plat of the above place can be seen at my ofllce.
A. C. MeGILLIVBAY,
J N PROBATE COURT.
IN MATTER REAL ESTATE-JACOB H. WAY,
By virtue or an order or George Buist, Esq., Judge
or Probate, I will exposent public sale, on MON?
DAY, the 6th day or December next, at the
Courthouse, in the City or Charleston, at 12
All that TRACT OP LAND sltnatc in thc Parish
or St. James' Goose Creek, measuring and con?
taining 225 acres, of Land, more or less; butting
and bounding north by Lands of II. Hart, south
by Lands ol s. C. Warmac, cast by Lands uf A.
A. Way and west by Lauds of Janies Bundi.
Terms cash. Purchaser also paying in addition
to the sum bid thc expense ofilia Probate Court
and Conveyance; also the Sherill's costs on salo,
amounting in the aggregate tn fortv-five dollars.
H. W. M. MACKEY*, S. C. C.
Qlnctioiicei-G' fttivalc ?jaicc-, Uz.
~B7 JT YBIsIiF a ATHIS w??.
pLANTATTONIN BEAUFORT COUNTY.
At Private Sale
SPRING ISLAND PLANTATION, in Beanfort
County, at tho junction of tue Checheasen uni
Colleton River--, directly opposite Foot Peint, thc
pro oued terminus of tue Deepwater -ind West?
li. contains thr?c thocsnnd BQOflJ acres cf
high lund, about two thousand (2000) acres
'of which arc cleared, and or th.: mo>: ;ertt:e char?
acter ror sea Island or short cottons and prov?.
sion?, lt ia abundantly supplied with springs or
good winer and affords a lina pasturage for all
Muds ol stock.
On the Plantation is a l;irg-> Dwelling House
and ample outbuildings. There are bovwral set?
tlements which rend :r this property easy to be
divided into dur?rent plantations. Behr,' an Is?
land, l requires no fencing.
It summands a linc view or the harbor of Port
Royal: is ton (10) nut.* distant trom tho entrance;
considered healthy to I.ve at all the year, and well
known as one of the best Sea Lsland Cotton Plan?
tations on thc coast. novio fm4
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER."
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. BARR.
oe" Ko. lal Meeting street.
junction Salea-Suinte ?Bans.
By WARDLAW & CAREW.
VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 23d Instant, at ll A. M.
in front of the Old Postoffice,
That VALUABLE PLANTATION, known aa the
CAPES, situated on Jehn's Island about eight
miles from the cit/.
Thia Plantation is about two and a half miles
from the Stono River, and contains about seven
hundred across, more or less; two hundred and
forty o? wl?ch arc cleared, and of excellent qual?
ity; having the finest reputation for the produc?
tion or flue sea island cotton and provisions.
Terms made known on day or sale.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
AVERY DESIRABLE BRICK RESI?
DENCE. No. 26 GEORGE STREET. SECOND
DOOR EAST OP KING STREET.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 23d instant, at ll
o'clock, at thc Old Postoftlee, root Broad street.
That desirable BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 26
George street, containing seven rooms, pantry,
Ac. On the premises are all necessary outbuild?
ings or brick, line cistern and good weil of water;
thc buildings and premises are in good repair.
Lot measures about 50 feet front on George street,
by about 150 feet deep, be the same more or less.
Conditions-Three thousand dollars cash; ba?
lance In one year, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises; interest at the rate
of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually;
premises to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
novl8 thsmtut _
By" J. FRASER MATHEWES.
100SMALL FA?MS AT a?ction
Will be sold at the Old Postofflce, on THURSDAY,
2ith November, at ll o'clock, to the nighest bid?
One hundred FARMS, adjoining each other, con
taming trom one to eleven acres or Land, situated
on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, Edisto
River, and public roads around Jackeonboro' De?
pot; laid out into lots and streets, a putt of which
will bc exhibited on thc day of sale.
Thc 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 or the property. Purchasers to pay
J. F. Mathewes ror necessary United States Inter?
nal revenue stamps and papers. 0ct25 mthlO
gALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Will 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 ia
thc said county, being the property of an Assign?
Tills is the late residence of Dr. Ingram, and ls
located In the most desirable portion of the Town
of Manning. The lot contains two acres; the ap?
purtenances are a well finished dweUlng, contai?
lng six rooms; outbuildings complete, consisting
of storeroom, servants' houses, kitchen, stable,
Ac. The place ls ornamented with beautiful Bye
oaks, set ont about ten years ago. . Altogether lt
ls a handsome place, costing ten years ago about
This ia 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 necessary outbuildings, laborers*
houses, gin house, granary, stables, Ac.
Tills is a tract of 620 acres of land; it la a well
settled and highly productive plantation, situate
in "Fork or Black River," six miles from Man?
"ROSE BAY PLACE.?
This a tract of 640 acres of fine cotton and corn
land, situate within a mile of thc Conycre', and
adjoining the "Conyers' Tract." It is without
This is a tract of 300 acres. An improved and
valuable tract of land, situate In the "Fork of
Black River," produces corn, cotton and rice well,
and ls convenient to Manning and Sumter, the
latter place affording one of the best markets ia.
This consists ot a storehouse, dwelling and out?
buildings, and Ave acres of land In the Village of
Summerton, near Wright's Bluff, on san tee River.
LOTS IN MANNING.
'House and two acre lot In the Town of Manning.
House contains four rooms; lot well improved.
A small house and kitchen and two acres of
land in the Village of Manning.
A vacant lot.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash; the remainder on a credit of
one and two years; thc credit portion to be se?
cured by bond of thc purchaser, with interest at
the rate of seven per Cent, per annum, and mort?
gage or the premises sold. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers.
FROST A ADC ER, for Assignees,
Charleston, S. 0.
scpt20 l ocU.l 8, no vi ,8,15,22,20. dec4
TJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
By virtue of an order of pale to mo directed, in
the case or Slcgllng vs. Hicks, 1 will offer ror sale
at Public Auction, at thc Old Post office, Kot of
Broad street, on TUESDAY, thc 23d ot Novem?
ber, 1809, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LANI) with the buildings there?
on, shunte, lying and being on the south side of
Reid street, in thc City of Charleston, and known
by thc No. 5. Measuring and containing In front
on Reid street forty f?ei, and In depth one hun
dred and twenty-five feet, be tue same more or
less; butting and bounding north by Reid street,
south and west by lands now or late or C. H.
Stevens, and cast by lauds now ?rlate of C. H
All that LOT OF LAN!) with thc buildings there?
on, situate, lying and being on Calhoun street,
(.-.outil Fiile,) in the City of Charleston, State afore?
said. Measuring in front on said street thlrty
four (.14) fe<'f, more or less, and in depth one hun
drcllandsix (HW) feet, more or less; butting and
bounding to thc east on lands now or late of Paul
Rahal!, to thc west on lands of J. T. Elsworth, to
the north on Calhoun street, and to the south on
lands now or late of Henry Horlbcck.
Terms-One-third cash, and thc residue on a
credit of one and two years, with Interest from
thc day of 6alc payable semi-annually, secured
by bond or bonds of the purchaser or purchasers
and mortgage or the premises. The buildings to
be insured and the policies assigned. Purchaser
to pay for stamps and papers.
WM. J. GAYER,
nov8 mStnl Special Referee.
SOUTH CAROLINA, KERSHAW COUN
JAMES CHESNLT, EXECUTOR, VS. MART C.
REYNOLDS, SARAH CH BSN UT, MARY
C. FRIERSON. ET AL-BILL FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF WILL,
In pursuance of a decree made In thc above cause
at September Terni, 1889, we will expose to
public sale, before thc Courthouse, In Camden,
at. ll o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, the 6th day of
The following most valuable LANDS, lying from
three to four miles from the Town or Camden,
immediately on the South Carolina Railroad,
fronting on Waterec River, and running back,
custwurdly, Ave miles, covering over five thous?
and arres, one thousand of which are One swamp
lands in cultivation, one thousand Une uplands hi
cultivation, and over three thousand in original
forest, heavily limbered with oaks, hickory, dog?
wood, pine, kc, much of it very line cotton lana,
finely watered and offering abundant winter
First. BELLK-MONT,a very choleo plantation
of over eight hundred arres, on Watcree River,
three miles from (.'aniden, with a large settle?
ment on it; will produce, wiihout manures, a
bale or cotton or seventy-live bushels of corn to
the acre. This is regarded as thc beat body or
land ou *>c vt ?itere? Uiver.
Second. TOWN CREEK PLANTATION, adjoin?
ing ;iio above, consists of lour thousand five
hundred acres, recently lie!?) us one Lirge planta?
tion ; comprising swamp, second bottom, and up
iauds, heavily timbered and finely watered, hav
Ing two Bite stn ,nus running Mirnncrh it. nie
South Carolina icailroad und two public highways
rnn through these lands and reider them acces?
sible at nil points. They uri very convenient to
Camden; thc uplands are perfectly healthful and
present r:;rc advantages.
This p'.ire is subdivided into and will be sold as
twenty-one rarms of one hundred lo rour hun?
dred aen s, c iring a rare opnortunity to settlers
seeking homes. Adjoining plantations have
bceu divided into hinal! farms and are taken by
onr best people.
Terms-One-fifth cash; hainneoon a creditor
one, two and three venn. i:i equal annual Instal?
ments, with interest from d;ite, psvable annually
at seven per cent., secured ny b>::d, sureties
aud a mortgage of th* premise*, w th thc privi
lego to purchasers to pay cash. Purchasers to pay
lurstanipHand pap? :>-.
Au srront on the place will show thc lands, and
the plat? can tie seen ?>t the office of Wm. M.
Shannon, ESP., Camden. 8. 0.
WV. M. SHANNON,
Sp?clnl M eters and Rwivora.
Camden, S. C, Nov. 1,1669. oct301 m&wfs
QALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS.
For sale hy DB. H. BASE,
HOT u Ko. Ul Meeting street.