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Mcttings This Day.
Pythagorean Lodge, nt 7 P. M.
Yofltg America Fire Company, at half-past 7
Workingmen of Charleston, al half-past 7 r. M
Auction Sale? This Day.
Jolin G. Miinor ? Co. will sell at 10 o'clock.
<lry goods, counterpanes, Ac.
TUE CHEAPEST YET.-The NEWS Job Office is
now printing bill-heads in the best style and on
fine paper, at $2 50 per thousand. Merchants, think
COTTON' FOR ENGLAND.-The British bark
Mary gillam, Captain Butler, was cleared yester?
day for Liverpool by Messrs. J. A T. Getty, with
four bags oisea island cotton, 1300 bales of upland
cottou, and 2W bags of cotton seed.
MARINE DISASTBK.-Thc steamer Fannie,
yesterday from Georgetown, S. C., reports that
the tug Martha Washington got snagged and
sunk at Negrohead Point. Wlnyah Bay, on Mon?
day evening last. Efforts were being made to
THE WoRKCfGMEN's UNION.-A meeting of
the Workingmen's Union, No. 1, will be held at
half-past 7 o'clock to-night, at the Hibernian
Hall. Reports will be received from the different
trades meetings, and the organization of the
MESSKS. WILCOX, GIBDS & Co. are prepar?
ing 4)?eirnew office on East Bay for its occu?
pants. It has been refurnished, and is surmount?
ed by a huge sign bearing the legend "Guano."
This firm are also erecting fertilizing werks and
storehouses on Palmetto wharf.
TUB ALDSBMANIC ASSAULT.-The Grand
Jury ia the State Court returned a true but yes?
terday against T. J. Mackey, indicted for "assault
with a concealed weapon and Intent to kill." The
ex-Alderman has signified his readiness to abide
his 'rial, and Friday next has been appointed for
a hearing of the case.
THE FLOUR INSPECTOR'S MUDDLE. - The i
Grand Jury in the Court of General Sessions re?
turned a finding of "No bill" yesterday in i
the indictments and cress-indictments against
Messrs. Averill and Caulfield, the rival flour In?
spectors. This will settle all litigation for the
present, and matters remain lu statu QUO until
the Supreme Court have rendered a decision lu
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the annual com?
munication of Landmark Lodge, No. 76, A. F. M.,
held last evening, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year: Bros. W.
w. Pemberton, w. M.; W. Tennant, S. W.; E.T.
White, J. w.; E. T. Hughes, treasurer; W. K. Prio
leau, secretary; A. W. MarshaU, S. D.; A. J.
White, J. D. ; J. A. Enslow, Jr., T. PInckney
Lowndes, stewards; J. J. Beasley, tyler.
TUB DRUMMERS' TOLL.-The sum of $1085
has been received by the City Treasurer as the
net amount of taxes and fines collected from no?
madic drummers during the month of November.
This ^exclusive of the percentage that falls to
thc share of the captors. The war against these
itinerant tradesmen has txen conducted with
rigor. As they were always iu a position to
cash np promptly, the amount soon attained the
LTNCH LAW IN SOUTH CAROLINA.-Samuel <
Jefferson, one of the hands on the plantation of <
Mr. Winiam Gregg, was detected in a theft of cot- ,
ton by his fellow laborers. They were Justly In- j
dignant at his depravity, and held a Lynch court, 1
when it was decided that the culprit should re- ]
ceive twelve lashes on the bare back. They were .
laid on by muscular arms and justice was ap?
peased, as all concerned were colored and they
conceded that they had a perfect right to whip
SUPREME COURT_COLUMBIA, November 30.
The case of J. E. Aldrich and wife vs. Wm. A.
Simpson, et al, was resumed. Mr. Fair for ap?
pellees; Mr. Thompson on same side; Mr. Burt ia
Isaac Sibert, et al, vs. Wm. Lyon. Same vs.
L. W. Lyon. Same vs. George Sibert and wife,
A. M. Graham vs. W. H. Parkinson. Aban?
James W. williams, trustee, vs. Henry Beard
et al. Mr. Cothran read brief up to hour of ad?
CRUMBS.-The German Fire Company will
celebrate their thirty-first anniversary by a ball
at the Hibernian Hall.
The alarm bell at the Orphanhouse will be rung '
at l P. M., to-day, to test, the efficacy of the new ',
gong attachment. The Fire Department and .
citizens generally aro requested to take notice of
Charles Peterson and Paul Green, two employees ?
of the Charleston Hotel, had a controversy, In
which the latter was cut with a knife. ' Peterson
has been turned over to Magistrate Mackey for
. SUCCESS OF THE ANDEBSON Cot'NTT FAIB.
The attentive correspondent of THE NEWS writes
from Anderson Courthouse: "The second day of
Anderson District Fair was attended by double
the number of persons present on the opening
day. Owing to the lateness of the hour, I am un?
able to give yon a list of the premiums. The Fair
has proved quite a success. There were a great
number of articles In each department. Visitors
to the late State Fair say that In field crops and la?
dies' domestic Industry, this Fair excels. Every
one has returned home with the determination of
making the next Fair the best in the State.
A MOBEL ESTABLISHMENT.-We Invite the at?
tention of the friends of TUE NEWS in the city and
throughout the State to the excellent faculties
which our office enjoys for the prompt execution
of aU kinda of Book and Job Printing. 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. TUE NEWS Job Office is
now prepared to fill orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing in the very best
manner, and at rates at leas: as low as any other
establishment In th? Southern States. CaU at
THE NEWS building (up-stairs) and examine our
scale ?ff prices and specimens of our work.
. MEETING OF WHITE JOURNEYMEN MECHANICS
The white Journeymen blacksmiths, boilermakers,
coppersmiths, tinners and painters assembled
last night at the Washington Engine House, Mr.
D. C. Ebaughln the chair. Mr. Ebaugh stated the
object of the meeting, which was to elect delegates
to the Executive Committee and to sign the con?
stitution of the Workingmen's' Union.
The obligation by which each mau engages to
to give his best support to his fellow workers was
then read, and the members of each trade hav?
ing signed the constitution, elected their dele?
gates. Tickets of admission to the union meet?
ings having been distributed, the chairman de?
clared the meeting adjourned, and aU dispersed.
REMOVAL or THE EXPRESS OFFICE.-The pre?
liminary steps for a removal of the Express office,
from their present location to the new building in
Hasel street, to the rear of the Pavilion Hotel,
were commenced yesterday. The ralUngs and
other fixtures have been erected on the west side
of the Hasel street office, giving an ample area
for the receipt and storage of boxes and packages.
The upper story wUl also be used for this purpose.
The old office ls at present In a mixed condition,
tout the move will not consume more than two
days, and by the end of the week the employees
wiU be comfortably domiciled in their new quar?
ters. A list has been made out of the unclaimed
artices on hand, and Mr. Gillespie is ouly await?
ing Instructions to order their sale at auction.
OPENING OF THE NEW ACADEMY
A Brilliant and Complete Sucre**.
Tho Inaugural >.>ason of tho Charleston
Academy of Music was opened last night, accord?
ing to announcement; and, whether we consider
the character, numbers and enthusiasm of the
audience, the elegance and completeness of ail
the arrangements of the house, or the excellent
manner Ut which the play itself was presented,
the occasion must be pronounced a conspicuous
aud most gratifying triumph for all connected
with our chaste and beautiful Temple ot" the
"SCHOOL"' AND ITS AUTHOR.
Manager Ford, perhaps with a sly regard for the
fitness of things, and considering that the building
was to be known as an "Academy." had select?
ed for performance on the opeuiug night. Robert?
son's popular modern comedy called "School."
Mr. Thomas William Robertson, thc author, is,
with the London playgoers, thc popular drama?
tic author of the day. The comedy which first
bronght him into notice was "Society." This was
produced in London in 1662. lt was followed
by "Ours." now as well known in America as in
England, and by "Caste." which was first played
about two years ago. The wide popularity of the
comedies of Mr. Robertson arises from their per?
fect ease aud naturalness, and thc absence
of all straining after purely sensational effect.
No attempt is made to hinge the whole
play upon a desperate plunge or frantic
leap. The dialogue is neat and pointed,
the different parts are fairly balanced, and,
above all. the plot is evolved from the events of |
every-day life with which every one is familiar.
Most of Mr. Robertson's comedies have been
played successfully in the Northern States, and
"Caste" and "Ours" have become especial favor?
ites. They all require steady and even acting,
thoroughness rather than erratic brilliancy, and
If always given as effectively as "School" was
represented at the Academy of Music last night,
they will soon become familiarly welcome to the
playgolng public or Charleston.
As we have Intimated, was crowded in every
part. The beauty and thc fashion of the city
?hone in the parquette boxes and gilded circle of
the first gallery, and the family circle, as well as
the more remote abode of the twenty-five cent
"gods," was densely filled. Not only were the
jeats all occupied, but in all portions of the edifice
the available standing roora was taken up by
Was a much more effective one than we have yet
had to enliven any dramatic entertainment that
has been vouchsafed us since the war, and lt will
doubtless Improve rapidly with the nightly prac?
tice that lt will have during the winter. Thc
audience, we think, would have been better
pleased had the orchestra been more liberal with
Rs dulcet strains during the intervals of the play.
At 8 o'clock the curtain rape, and Miss Lillie
Eldridge, a graceful blonde, made her appearance
before thc footlights, and recited, with taste and
discriminating emphasis, the following prologue
from the prolific pen or Wm. Gilmore Simms,
This once proud city, seated by the sea,
With subject realm as boundless and as free.
Though prostrate long beneath an adverse Fate
That left her homes and temples desolate,
Hath yet such wondrous gifts In sea and shore,
lt needs but WILL her fortunes to restore:
The stern resolve; with Labor in her marts,
Hope in her homes and courage in her hearts,
To prove superior to the hostile blast.
And all repair, so glorious In her Past !
Not now In arms, but arts, we seek the strife:
The arts alone illume thc paths of Life;
Labor, but blindly gropes along the way.
rill Art lets in the glorious Light of Day !
'Tis she Informs us with the sweet desire,
Uplifts the soul till all Its wings aspire;
Trains Fancy's height, assiduous, to explore.
Our boundless realm of rock, aud wood, and
Pursues the Muses to their mystic dells.
Invokes their songs and masters all their spell.-:
Drags dim Tradition from his Druid wold,
Wins all his treasures with a song of old;
Records the imperfect legend from his Ups,
ind frees our wondrous Post from long ec.pse.
.inch are Art's beautified toils, and such be our.; !
To-night our Muses r?assume their powers:
This ls their temple ! Bright the forms arise,
ind all the world of magic fills our eyes !
There Genius comes upon his beamy car,
ind lo ! the crowds that gather from afar !
"ame mounts his wavy crest, and Fancy stands
Ju tiptoe, walting his directing hands I
He speaks !-The forest moves, the rocks obey,
sturt into breathing life and own his sway;
The shadows flee before bis sovereign nod,
The Temple springs-the Muses hall their God !
For Him and you we build ! His glorious shrine
Claims the bright glances that around us shine:
Por Him, young Beauty's constellated eye
Dutflamea. to-night, the stars In Beauty's sky :
Full from her orbs, where fond Expectance dwells,
Lo I moon-eyed Rapture shoots her thousand
Taste come3 to worship; Virtue to behold
How proud her aspect In the days of old:
They heap thc garlands for our classic dome,
They deck thc Muses' bower, and call the Exiles
Let not the Bigot rrown, too cold to reel
The Drama's glowing powers and fond appeal;
The greatest truths by Wisdom ever taught,
The purest thoughts, by mortal ever thought;
The loftiest moral, with the noblest song,
That ever cheer'd the right, orcheck'd the wrong;
Warn'd the wUd youth, with couusels sweet as
Bedress'd the Injured and reform'd the age.
To us belong ! We hold, with nameless grace,
Lire's cry stal mirror up to Nature's face :
Art sanctify to Virtue ; Genius make,
Thrice bless'd for Truth, when tolling for her sake;
Shoot Folly as lt files: lay naked Vice,
Upon the altar, bound for sacrifice ;
And every raad'ning Passion of the soul.
Teach how to purge, and train beneath control !
Here, taught by grand examples, shall the great,
Read Crime's dread penalties in Macbeth's fate ;
And Malice, shrinking In his Shame, deplore
The cruel fortunes of the noble Moor ;
Murder became a Penitent, to sec
A Richard's midnight dream of agony ;
And each, or high or humble in his aim, .
Win the first lessons which shall keep from blame;
Which justify Ambition, and inspiro
Zeal to fond service, Love to pure desire !
To you who love the beautiful and true,
Friends of the Drama, we appeal to you !
Come with your smile, the vtrtuoas and thc wise,
And cheer the servants of thc scene ye prize;
Bring fearless judgment; nail with heartiest laud;
Denounce the Wrong, and still the Right applaud;
Touch'd by the Poet's truth, embrace the True,
And be yourselves the nobly great ye view;
Spurn shameless Vice; pluck valu presumption
And tear from sly Hypocrisy bis gown;
Cheer Infant Merit In his toilsome strife;
And crown Achievement with the palm of Life;
So shall the virtues bless your name and age,
And find their noblest ally in the Stage.
After a brief Interval the magnificent drop
rose noiselessly as befare and revealed the first
And here we may remark, as highly creditable to
the management, that the various scenes last
night were not only admirably put upon the
boards In every detail, but worked as smoothly
and as perfectly ns if they had been in use for
Miss Laura Alexander and Miss Eldridge sus?
tained the leading parts, the former as Bella, the
coy and winning orphan pnpil, and the latter as
the rich and wilful hoyden, who is Bella's dearest
friend, until a couple of dashing beaux take their
places m the picture. Miss Alexander, who is
one of our own Southern gentlewomen, is an at?
tractive brunette, winning and refined In feature,
and of lithe and graceful physique. Her voice ls
mellow and pleasant, and her acting, especially
in the last acts, gave promise of great excellence.
In the opening scenes she was a Uttle wanting in
warmth and feeling. Miss Eldridge, though
young, has been bred to the stage, and showed
that she was a practiced as well as a careful
actress. Thc role of Naomi seemed especially
well suited to her style. Thc minor parts
were performed so uniformly well that we
scarcely know what was most worthy of special
mention. Poyntz and Beaufoy could hardly have
had better representatives than Messrs. Wood
and O'Neil: and Dr. aud Mrs. Sutcliffe, Krux and
Farintosa. were all excellent portraitures.
At thc close of the plrfce the players were called
for and very warmly greeted.
WHAT IS COMINO.
"School" will be repeated to night and at a
matinee on Saturday. On Friday evening wc are
to have Robertson's " Home,'' now the great at.
traction at Waltack's, New York, and on Satur?
day the great drama, called the "Lancashire
Loss." Next week the Chapman sisters and the
THE AGRICULTURA.!, SOCIETY OF
Tho parish committees delegated to organ?
ize an Agricultural society for Charleston County,
convened nt Market Hali, ut titi? city, on Thurs?
day, thc 25th instant.
On motiou of VT. M. Lawton. Sr.. K>'?.. lion. S.
W. Harker was called to the chair, and Mr. Janies
Price was chosen secretary.
Mr. Lawton proceeded to give some account of
the lute State Fair, its advantages, and thc al?
ready evident benefits resulting from county agri?
cultural societies formed in other counties of thc
State. His remarks evidenced an abiding raith
in the recuperative energy or our people, and were
all aglow with a confident belier in a brilliaut
rm ure Tor South Carolina.
Major Varden followed, calling attention to Tacts
transpiring which demanded an organized repre?
sentation or the agricultural inter?s* ar this coun?
ty. He concluded by offering the rollowing reso?
lutions, which were adopted:
Resolved, That ?1 committee orfive bo appointed
who shall Immediately proceed to dralt a consti?
tution aud by-laws and nominate permanent
officers ror this body, their report to be submitted
during this session, but no tlnal action be taken
thereupon until the next meeting.
On this committee was appointed: Major W. fi.
Varden, Elias Venning. W. c. Hlnson, Dr. II. II.
norlbeck, J. Calhoun Cain.
Resolved, That a canvassing committee ol two
or more from each parish be appointed, who shall
obtaiti members for the society, and use all means
possible to obtain a full attendance at the next
On this committee was appointed:
For the Cit v-Dr. H. B. Horlbeck. Dr. A. B.
Rose. J. T. Dill, W. L. Daggett, E. VT. Marshall, S.
For Charleston Neck-W. fi. Varden. James
For Christ Church-Dr. P. P. Bowman, Dr. E. M.
Royall. M. W. Yenning, Thomas Hamlin.
For St. Thomas-W. L. Yenning. R. Lucas, Jr.
For St. Stephen's-J. P.Smith,Walter Deveaux.
P. G. Palmer.
For I'pper St. John's-J. L. Porcher, A. Fludd.
For Goose Creek-Albert Tennant, Josiah
For Summerville-B. C. Presslv, HT. A. Boyle.
Foi St. Andrew's-W. c. Hins?n, fi. IF. Legare,
W. B. Sprague.
For Cooper River-W. J. Ball, Robt. Harleston.
For Western ?ranch of Cooper River-Henry
Barker, J. Dwight Stoney.
For Middle St. John's-J. C. Porcher, H. L. Rav
enel, Ed. Dennis.
Alter some hours or unremitting attention,
the committee completed their work, and upon
their reporting, thc meeting adjourned until the
socond Thursday In January, 1870.
The foundation then ls laid ror Charleston Coun?
ty Agricultural and Horticultural Society, and
laid too with a tenacity ol purpose that augurs
well ror a gratitylng success. The plans and pur?
poses or this society, so rar os wc are inrormcd,
exhibit a thoroughness ot detail that looks like
earnest work, and we call upon our citizens to
assist this body to thc successful completion of
alms and objects that must commend them to
the hearty co-operation and good will or every
man who is alive to the interest or this communi?
ty. Let our people respond therefore to their
call liberally and kindly. The society propose
holding an annual fair; the first during next rall
or winter. Prizes, diplomas, gratuities are to lie
held out Tor carly vegetables, fruits, flowers, Ac,
these branches of culture being specially stimu?
lated and encouraged. Suitable recognition of
success in the production or maximum crops or
corn, cotton and improvement or stock, Ac., will
also be given. Thc establishment or a library and
reading room and quarterly lectures on agricul?
tural sciences and kindred subjects are Included
in the details or thc plans proposed by this so?
We are glad to see our young rarmers and plan?
ters interested in this move. Good friends, de?
scending the vale or lire, give them the advantage
or your experience, by joining in their plans and
aiding them by your countenance ind counsel.
It is to be hoped that the nominees ror office will
respond cheerfully and readily to the call upon
them; let no man say nay, but come up to the
work with an earnest and resolute vigor.
COURT or GKNBRAI. SESSIONS-HOM R. B.
CAKI'ENTBR, PRESIDING.-Thc Grand Jury return?
ed the following true bills:
G. W. Hooker-obtaining goods under false pre?
F. Quarillo-assault with Intent to kill and as?
sault and battery.
Nicholas Luden, fieorgc Washington, Richard
Murphy-assault and battery.
Daniel Murphy alias Lawrence Curry-larceny.
Class fiilllns-larceny of notes.
Maurice Washington-larceny under statute.
Samuel Mustapha, John Evans, Benjamin Mills
and William Dorrlll-ricrt.
Thomas J. Mackey-assault with a concealed
weapon with intent to kill.
Charles H. Schwing-assault with a deadly
No bill was returned In the following cases:
Harper Drayton, W. A. McDowell, Joe Grant
assault and battery.
Martin Caulfield-erasing and defacing flour
brands. Two indictments.
Martin Caul?cld und Caleb N. Averill-liuerrer
ence with Inspector of flour.
Elizabeth Horlbeck-assault and battery.
Bob Lawronec-breach of trust.
Ann Dinn-assault and battery with Intent to
Benjamin Garrett-rorciblc entry and detainer.
Louis Uardee-petty larceny.
Lizzie Boag-grand larceny.
Andrew Simons and isaac Cohen-larceny.
G. W. Cox-raise imprisonment.
Caroline Brown-petit larceny.
Washington Grant, William 0.uash and Francis
Dorset-assault and battery.
Thomas McNeil-malicious trespass.
Ned Tyson-malicious trespass and cow killing.
Ralph Izard-assault upon an officer in dis?
cbarge or his duty, and assault and battery. Two
Lewis Wulkcr-assault and battery.
The State vs. Jim Green and Moses Allen. C. 0.
Trumbo, Esq., ror the derence. Green plead
guilty, and a verdict or petit larceny was rendered
Benjamin Mills, a juror, was excused, and the
Sheriff ordered to select another In his place.
Mills ls indicted ror riot.
Court adjourned at hair-post 12 P. M. on ac?
count or Judge Carpenter's continued indisposi?
UNITED STATES COURT-COLUMWA. Novem?
ber 17.-HON. GEOROE S. BRYAN. PRESIDIM;.-The
court opened at ll o'clock A. M.
Ex parte Charles Phillips, or Darlington. Peti?
tion tor tinul discharge. J. N. Nathans, pro pet.
Ex parte Joseph C. Burgess, or Manning. Peti
Hun Tor final discharge. Pet. In pro pet. Report
or registrar lu favor of discharge read, and, on
motion of respective counsel. Judge signed, under
seal ot court, the certificates and orders or dis?
Ex parte John Rat toree, or York. Petition for
final discharge. J. If. smith, pro pet.
Ex parte W. C. Mosely, or Abbeville. Idem.
Perrin ami Oothran, pro pct.
Ex parte John C. Walker, or Abbeville. Idem.
Ex parte Wm. H. Lawton, ol Abbeville. Idem.
Petition read, and tinal hearing ordered to take
place berore W. J. dawson, Esq., Registrar, arter
Ex parte James F. Steele, or York. Petition for
final discharge. J. W. dawson pro pet. Report
in ravor or discharge read and confirmed, and
Judge signed, under seal or court, certificate and
order or discharge. ?
Ex parte W. J. Peterman, or Newborn-. .Peti?
tion tor discharge. Pet. in pro pct. Referred to
C. J. Jaeger, and final hearing to take place be?
rore cour; at Columbia, on 20th December.
MONDAY, November 29.-Court opened at ll
o'clock. Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, presiding.
Ex parte J. H. Tillman, of Lancaster, John T.
Porter, of Lancaster, J. W. Pennington, or Lan?
caster. Petition Tor final discharge, w. M. Shan?
non, pro pet. The petitions were read, and the
same were referred to W. J. dawson, Registrar,
ror final hearing and to report.
Ex parte Allen R. Sanier, in re C. A. Scott,
bankrupts. Petition to establish lien. Talley,
Bacbman and Watles, pro pet. On motion, pre?
vious order was amended so as to require the
land to be sold ror hair cash and balance ona
credit of one year. Credit portion secured bv
bond and mortgage.
Ex parte Jacob F. Webb. Petition for final
hearing. J. H. Cooke, pro pet. Registrar failing
to make a report, lt is ordered that final hearing
be had at Charleston on thc rourth Monday in
In re Lewis Jervey, or thc firm or Cart, Kopir A
Jervey. In re Francis G. Cart, or thc linn of Cart,
Kopif & Jervey. Judge approved or appointment
or fi. I), Bryan as assignee In both cases.
Ex pane Charleton M. Sondly, or Newberry.
Petition for fina!discharge. J. M. Uaxter, pro pet.
l'e'iti-ja referred to C. fi. Jaeger, registrar, aud
fluni hearing ordered for Hist Monday in January
In re Levin, David ft EpsUn; ex parte J. Ep
etin, II. Levin; ex parte Janies Q. Gibbes. Peti?
tions for Until discharges. Pope ft Haskell, pro
pet. Registrar's reports read and confirmed, and
Jodee signed order und certificate of discharge
umler seal ol' court.
Kxparto s. W. Morris et al, in re J. M. Tim
mons. Richardson A Moses, pro pet. Petition to
establish lien. Registrar's report read and con?
firmed: ordered, that the assigncee pav liens ac?
cording to priorities.
Ex parte James P. Wilson, in re J. W. Tim
mons. Petition to open reference and establish
lien. II. \\. Edwards, pro pet. ordered, thai
reference on proof of lien be reopened and peti?
tioner have leave to establish his claim by first
?lay of January next, and the preceding order be
suspended unt il coming in of said report.
Ex parte Juriah Arthur, in re dilbert earner.
Petition to amend order of sale. Pope A Has?
kell, pro pet. Ordered, that the order of sale of
bankrupt's estate hereinbefore made be changed
NOVEMBER 29.-Jurors answered to their names.
I'nited .States vs. Milton Osborn. Embezzle?
ment or public monies as postmaster. I). T.
Corbin, District Attorney, for government ; .1. s.
Cothran, for defendant. " The following jury were
charged with this case : Wm. C. Swafrield", fore?
man ; James Murrell, (colored,) G. W. Allen,
(colored,) Augustus Thompson, (colored,) James
R. Heise, Thomas S. l?rico, James White, William
Mooney, Ebenezer Stenhouse, Adam J. Johnson,
(colored.) John Andrews, Samuel Blaze. Thcjury
came into court, and stated that they were unable
to agree, after maturely considering the case:
whereupon the Judge ordered a mis-trial to be
entered up. On motion of the District Attorney,
it was ordered that prisoner be recommitted to
stand ruture trial.
Howes, Hyatt A- Co. vs. Robert Beatty A Co.
Fi. fa. in assiunpsit-rule to show cause. On mo?
tion of Messrs. Melton A Melton, plaintirTs attor?
neys, it is ordered that J. P. M. Epping, formerly
marshal of this district, do show cause before
this conrt, at Columbia, on the 15th December
next, why he has not made the money in
above case, or If made, why he has not paid if,
over to thc plaintiff or attorneys.
Luther M. Morris vs. Giles J. Patterson, Thos.
T. J. Chalk, et al. Bill for account, relier, Ac
petition ror security ror costs. It appearing that
complainant resides out or the State, ordered,
that he do put in security ror eosts on or before
hearing or this bill; upon failure to do so, thc bill
to be dismissed.
NOVEMDER 30.-Criminal Docket.-United
States vs. one wagon, two horses, seized nt Co?
lumbia In possession or J. M. Oliver. Information
of forfeiture for vlolntlon of internal revenue
laws. On motion, ordered, that the goods, wares
and merchandise and articles bc condemned and
United States vs. Milton Osborn, embezzlement
of public monies. Discontinued ... leave, the evi?
dence being Insufficient to secure conviction.
United States vs. James Richards. Fraudulent
returns to revenue officer. This case occupied
the day. Testimony for the plaintiff and defence
closed, and after able argument by Colonel Has?
kell, appointed by the court to represent the de?
fendant, court adjourned at a late hour until to?
morrow, at 10 o'clock, when Hon. D. T. Corbin,
District Attorney, will be heard ror the govern?
Is.iue Docket.-Buchanan, Perkins A Goodwin
vs. Andrew W. Burnett. Assumpsit. Jury render?
ed the fallowing verdict: We find for the plaintiff
$7376 09, with interest from 25th November, 1869.
Ex parte J. N. Lewis, executor, in re E. C. Mc?
Clure, bankrupt. Petition to receive dividends
on giving bond. Wilson A Witherspoon, attor?
neys, pro pet. On motion, lt was ordered that
the dividends be paid by assignees of bankrupt,
upon creditor giving bond to them In penal sum
of $1500, with surety, conditioned to refund ns
much of said dividend as arose from that portion
of the claim which was for negroes purchased
and Interest thereon. In thc event that claims
made far the purchase or slaves prior to the 1st
January. 1863, shall bc held to be Invalid by the
United States Supreme Court.
Ex parte James D. Mcilwaine, of Lancaster.
Petition for final discharge. J. I). Wylie, attor?
ney, pro pet. Registrar reported tn favor of dis?
charge, and, on motion, Judge signed order and
certificate of discharge. *
Ex parte Thomas Davis, In rc Robert C. Miller.
Petition to establish lien. W. F. DeSaussure, pro
pct. Ordered, that petition and prout be referred
to C. G. Jaeger, Registrar.
Hotel Arri vals-December 1.
J. T. Burnley, Powclton, Ga.; S. G. Garner,
Clarkson's, S. C.; A. L. Conklln, R. L. Sherman,
A. Ginuel, Mrs. H. Ginnel, Miss Glnncl, Julius
Will, M. Gaffe, New York; S. E. McMillan, Marion;
A.Montgomery, California: H. L. Palmer, Troy:
W. J. Crosswell, Augusta: C. Holmes, United
W. Stephens, Augusta: S. S. Woolston. Balti?
more: Wm. Grlffitt, Jr., Alabama; J. H. Risley.
City;J. B. Dawson, Washington, D.C.; John H.
Han. I). E. Cornell, D. H. Morton, Baltimore; Mrs.
Chas. H. Hubert, Aiken; James Bevcly, New
York; C. A. Uumason, Connecticut; P. n. Smith,
John C. Swain, Warrenton; N. B. Church, Liver
ton; W. S. Ellee, city; L. M. Keene, United States
Revenue Cutter; T. J. Lenrl, Granlteville; L. T.
Burnley, Powelton; Wm. P. Cloutman and wife,
city; Wm. Newfart, Georgetown; R. Kahn, New
York; E. Byrd, Darlington; J. T. Jennings, Walter
boro; Dr. N. F. Kirkland, Captain J. M. Kirkland,
IL B. Henry, P. F. Brabham, Buford's Bridge; S.
A. Parker, F. Parker, Bull Creek; W. F. Hartzog.
Barnwell District; P. Barentlne, Planter's Hotel;
D. W. Mustard, Goose Creek; T. J. Garety, Jr.,
B <T7 S I 2Y E S S NOTICES.
f'or.ns AND Cort.HS.- Sudden changes of
ruinate are sources of pulmonary and brouclilal
affections. Experience having proved thar sim?
ple remedies act speedily when taken In the early
stage of disease, luke at once "Brown's Bron?
chial Troches," let the cold, cough, or Irritation of
the throat be ever so slight, aa by this precaution
a more serious attack univ be warded off.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have lils card prluted on his
HAVE TOCR CITY DIRECTORY lettered with
your name, for 25 cents, by
NEUFVILLE ic HANNAM,
deel 2 No. 9 Broad street.
ONE OK DICKENS' or Scott's Works is present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
EJrn i?ooos, &z.
J^EW SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
THE TIME APPROACHES WHEN
Is unavoidable, and the point ls to know
HOW AND WHERE TO Ol) TO OBTAIN A BOPPLY.
A great many have found ot:" already, and now
advise their trends tn want of
D R V G O 0 D S
T?< call ar
F U R C II i! O TT A BRO.,
CORNER OF KINO AND CALHOUN STREETS,
Where Dry Goods can be bought ma great advan?
tage. Attention is called to:
100 pair 10-4 White Blankets, only $-! 75, worth
12-4 Ocrman Coverlets, from $4 up.
Large Comfarts. only
loo pair Fine Double Shawls, on'y $4 50, worth
Arab Shawls, from $6. up.
1 case Brown Canton Flannei. only 15c. per
yard, worth 20c.
Heavy Black Beaver Cloth for Cloaks, only $2,
worth $2 75.
A fine assortment of Brown Shirtings, Long
cloths, Alpacas, Dress Goods, Notions, Ho?
siery, Gloves, Ac., which have been bought by
large quantities, and will be sold to satisfy the
purchasers In every respect.
FURCHGOTT A BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
??A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Trunks, Ac., sold at correspondingly low
prices. BOV22 timos
F. C II E V R E U X,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting street, and Horlbeck'B Alley,
Charleston, S. C.
Plaus made to order and work executed promptly,
july i thtuOnios
itt is cd Lin co ns.
Mon-'. BERGER Informs his patrons that he
will !><> bark In Charleston on the 13th Instant,
ami will then organize his d?n?rent Classes.
Apply after said date at
_dec2jn4_Ko. 382 KINO ST RE RT.
?UFF, NIGGER, WHAT'S DE MATTER !
You left dom doro fritters.
Sal, gal, stop dat clatter,
['se miss de SOLOMON BITTERS ?
For sale at RAOUL A- LYNAM.
Q-II, O-H, LORD, 0-H!
NO ONE GRUNTS THUS
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale at RAOUL A LYNAH.
DR. CHARLES B. LA NN EAU,
Otllce und Wohnung, Wentworth Strasse, No. 120,
Ecke ron Smith Strasse.
Sprechstunden-Von 9 bis 10 morgens, und 6
bis r. abends. no\*25 tte
]yO ONE NEED SHAKE
FROM FEAR OF AGUE WHO DRINKS
For sale at
dec2_RAOUL A LYNAn.
fjl F. CHUPE IN,
OFFICE NO. 275 KINO STREET,
mHB DRAWING OF SPANISH POLICY
TAKES PLACE DAILY
In the large Hall in the rear of our Banking
CHANCES TEN CENTS EACH.
Prizes ranging in value from $7 to $777,700.
One prize to every 107 blanks. Send to us ten
cents und any throe numbers between 107 and
777,700, they will be put Into the wheel. If you
draw a prize we will let you know by return
SCALE OF DISCOUNT FOR CHANCES :
1 Chance_io cts. loo Chances.$8 75
io Chances.95 cts. 200 Chances.17 oo
20 Chances.$1 85 400 Chances..13 50
50 Chances. 4 50 looo Chances.80 oo
Address all communications to
J. M. BLAKE A CO. Bankers,
And Sole Agents for Spanish Policy in the
nov25 12* No. 094 Broadway, New York.
<?l)ina, (Erockerrj, &c.
E N C H CHINA
NOW SELLING AT COST AND LESS THAN COST,
A largo and well assorted Invoice of
75 China Dinner SETS, cost $39 60, at $35 a set
50 China Tea Sets, at $9 a set.
loo China Fancy Spittoons, from $1 25 to $1 50
75 China Fancy Candlesticks, cost $1 50, at 75c.
SOUP TUREENS, SAUCE TUREENS, BOATS
Covered Dishes and Dessert Pieces
Cups and Saucers, Sugar and Cream, Plates, of all
sizes, Ac, Ac.
R. H. MCDOWELL, for Importers,
nove stuth Imo King and Liberty streets.
?J^TO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
160 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, now land?
ing from schooner Archer A Reeves.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
Q.U ARDIAN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASn DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 50 PER CENT.
Polices in force.$25,ooo,ooo
Annual Income. 80o,oco
Losses Paid. 500,000
w. EL PECKHAM. President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President.
L. MCADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros.,* .
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Bepuhllc.
Wm. M. Vermilye, Banker, (Vermllye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Bcnj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Co.
Wm. Wllkens, Firm of Wilkeus A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuvier, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo.T. nope, President Continental Fire Insur?
John 0. Sherwood. Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward Ii. Wright, Newark. N. J.
Geo. w. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM il ?SSERTEL.
General Agents for South Carolina and Georgia,
Ofilee No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
HARLES T 0N " H 0 TEL,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
This first-class HOTEL, situated in a pleasant
location, and In the business portion of the city,
renders it the most desirable Hotel for either per?
manent or transient guests. Tho accommoda?
tions are unsurpassed, having extensive suites of
elegantly furnished apartments fur families and
single gentlemen. Thu proprietor will endeavor
to maintain the high reputation enjoyed hy the
"Charleston" as a first-class house, and no effort
willie spared to deserve a continuance Of the
liberal patronage lu retoforc bestowed upor.it.
Tho best of Livery accommodations will be
found adjoining the establishment
The hoii.se is supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water, of which delightful baths can ne had
either dov or n'.g'i'. E. H. JACKSON.
jab/12 " Proprietor.
Unction Sales-(pis Oarj.
By JOHN 0. MILXOIt & CO.
DRV GOODS, COLORED COUNTER?
THIS DAY, 2d Instant, at io o'clock, we will soil
al our Auction Salesroom, No. 136 Meeting
Fancy ami Black CASSIMERE. Heavy Printed
Satinet, mack ami Colored Satinet, Kentucky
Jeans, Plaid Llnsey. Cloth Cloaks, hine Plaids,
Fancy Prints, Bed Tickings. Red and White Flan?
nel, Linen Shirt Fronts, Colored Bed Spreads,
Binghams, Black Alpaca, Hoad Handkerchiefs,
Balmoral Skirts, Umbrellas and Sundries.
Conditions cash. dec2
Stadion Soles--.future LDarjs.
By Z. B. OAKES.
EX PARTE WAL SHEPHERD, IN RE
Pursuant to the order of his Honor Judge Bryan,
dated 24th November, 1860, will be sold at pub?
lic auction, at the old Postoilice. at ll o'clock,
on FRIDAY, 17th Instant,
AU that TRACT OF LAND, situate, lying and
being on the north side of the public road leading
from Charleston to thc Ashley River Ferry, in the
Parish of st. Andrew, in the State aforesaid, con?
taining 75>? acres; and also, a small TRACT OF
LAND on the northern boundary of the above
tract, and incorporated with lt" as one tract:
bounding north and east on Lands now or late of
-Howard, south on Dorchester Road, west on
Lands now or late of - Beckman, and north?
west on Land now or late or Rev. P. O'Neill.
The above Farm Iles on thc Dorchester Road, a
short distance above the Fork, about seven miles
Irom the city. A plat of the property, made by
J. A. Michel, surveyor, may be seen at my olllce.
Con litlons-One-third cash: balance in one and
two j ears, with Interest at 7 per cent., secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the pro
property, to contain power of sale In case of non
payment. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. dec2 thsmwfmwthro
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
IJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
EX PARTE S. W. PALMER, ADMINISTRATOR OF
JOHN PALMER, DECEASED.
Will bc sold. In front ot' the Old Postofllce, on
THURSDAY, the 9th day of December, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
The following TRACTS OF LAND In St. Steph?
en's Parish, Charleston Countv. viz:
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the Evans
Tract or Cypress Lake, containing 1000 acres,
more or less; butting and bounding to the Lorth
on "Little Wall Eye Swamp," south on the TraCt
known as the Keatly Tract, east on Lands nor or
lute of H. Johnson, and west on Lr.nds of John
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the Keatly
or Calvin Tract, containing 840>i acres, more or
less; butting und bounding north on Lands of
Rodgers, cast on Lands of Evans, south on Lands
of Johnson and Evans, and west on Rev. A.
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the Cox
Tract, containing 75 acres, more or less; butting
and hounding north on Lands of E. R. Hains,
east on Lands formerly of Ouerry, west on Lands
formerly of Calvitt, and south on Lands formerly
All that TRACT OF LAND known as Poplar
Hill, formerly of Ronan, containing 240 acres,
more or less, as per sui ve v of D. Shepherd, dated
6th March, 1S55.
All that TRACT OF LANI) known as the John?
son Lands, containing about 700 acres; butting
and bounding northeast on Lands of John Palm?
er, southeast on Lands nt Mr,'. Sarah Johnson
and -?- Smith, and northwest on Lands of C. G.
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two
years, on bonds secured hy mortgage of Lands
sold, with Intercut at seven per cent., payable
annually. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
novis Mi4 S. C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
\VALUABLE PLANTATION ON COO
SAWHATCHIE RIVER AND BEE'S
CREEK, AND ON THE LINE OF THE
SAVANNAH AND CHARLES?
Will be sold on THURSDAY, oth December, at the
Old Postoitlee, at ll o'clock, without reserve,
AU Hint PLANTATION, formerly property of
estate of Huguenln, lying in St. Luke's Parish,
Beaufort County, und known as Fairfield, con?
taining twenty-four hundred (2400) acres, more or
less; bounded on the north by Lands of the estate
of Thomas Dawson and a tract formerly a por?
tion of Fairfield, east by the Coosawhatchle River
and Lands of the estate or Thomas Dawson, south
by Bee's Creek and Lands or Dr. Wm. D. Cilllson,
west by Lands ot Hon. W. F. Colcock,
Terms-One-third 0$) cash; balance by bond
payable In one and two years, secured by mort?
gage or the property. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamps.
Plat of the above place can bc seen at my olllce.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
"?JNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
WILLIAMS vs. STRAIN, ET AL.
Will be sold on MONDAY, the otb day or Decem?
ber next, In Iront of the Old Customhouse, at
ll o'clock A. M. precisely.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings and
Improvements thereon, situate on the east side
itt Anson street, in the City Charleston, near
Calhoun street, measuring and containing lu
front on Anson street 40 feet, same on back linc,
by 103 In depth, bc thc same more or less. But?
ting and bounding on the north bv Land now or
late-Elsworth, south bv Lands of A. Von
Dohlen, east by lands of-, and west by An?
Terms-One-third cash; balance In three equal
successive annual Instalments, with Interest at
the rate or7 per cont per annum, payable annual?
ly, secured by bond or bonds and mortgage or
tho premises." Buildings to be Insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. nov27 smthsmo
Auctioneers1 JDrioate Sales,
By LOUIS B. DeSAUSSURE.
$34 723 T0 BE L0ANED'
To bc Loaned
$26,725 on Bond Securely Mortgaged on ap?
proved City Property.
$8000 on Stock Collaterals.
Apply ns above, at No. 23 Broad street.
~~BjLOULS ?. DeSAUSSURE.
LARGE AND VALUABLE RICE
PLANTATIONS ON NORTH SANTEE
RIVER, AT THE BEST PITCH
OF THE TIDE.
At Private Sale
'Hie valuable RICE PLANTATIONS on North
Saidee River. Georgetown District, known as
"Mllldam," "Newland" and "Bluil Main," con?
taining, togot iver, 1073 acres of Land, or which 550
acres arc tide swamp Laud, about :wo being now
under cultivation in rice and the balance in good
order: there are 523 acres or high Land, or which
60 or 70 are cleared provision Land, capable or
producing 40 bushels of corn to the aero.
On "MUldam*1 Plantation is a good dwelling
house, two largo barns, a mill and one ortho
largest and beal negro settlements on North sau?
t?e. On -Newland" and "Bluir Main" arc also a
on these Plantations rliere is a resident force of
Seventy Laborers, and houses Sufficient forever
Thc situation of this estate, lying as lt docs
above thesalt water and below the freshet lands,
has always been considered among the safest on
Saidee, and during the long period they have
been cultivated, there Ls no Instance on record of
the loss of a crop. When cultivated previous to
the war, they were capable ol' producing over 40
bushels ol' rice to tho acre, and the crops averag?
ed from 16,000 to 22,000 bushels of rice sent to
For further particulars, apply as above, at No.
2:; Broad street. novio tuthsO
By I. S. K. BENNETT.
Wanted to purchase
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT STOCK
Planters' and Mechanics' Hank Stock
Apply as above, at No. 40 Broad street.
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
HOUSE AND "LOT IN CANNON
At Private Sale
HOUSE and LOT No. 73 Cannon street, north
side, near Rutledge Street City Railroad. House
contains Ave rooms and pantry and dressing
room, gas and water works: also cistern, kitchen,
carnage house and stable, all in good repair. Lot
measures 45 feet front bv SOO deep.
?ALIF.RNIA VINEGAR BITTERS.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
nova No. 131 Meeting street.
Unction Sales--inturc dags.
ALE I X W ALTEEBORO'.
On MONDAY. December 6, we shall offer for sale,
A line ?ot 01 STOCK, Including carriage and
buggy HORSES, and broke and unbroke Mules,
well worthy the attention or planters and others
desiring to purchase. BAMBERG A DOTY.
By HOLMES & MACBETH.
CIALE AT DRAYTON HALL PLANTA?
IN TION, ON ASHLEY RIVER.
Will be sold on SATURDAY, 4th December, 1869,
at the above place, the.following articles:
1 (one) 20 HORSE ENGINE AND BOILER, tn com?
2 (two) Phosphate Washers, witli gearing com?
1 (one) Lebby Pump (capacity 1500 gallons per
minute.) All necessary belting for running
Washers and Pumps
2 (two) Lift and Force Pumps, with 2J? inch
1 (one) Bellows, Auvil, Vice and Sledge Ham?
4 (four) Phosphate Cars
w Shovels and Picks
2 pairs (600 pounds) Pla'fotm Scales
2 (two) sets Car Harness and one set Cart Ha t
1 (one) V? agon and one Cart
Lot old Truck Iron (IM by VA Inch
Lot old Iron, Planks, Wheels, Ac, Ac.
1 (one) Two-horse Bradley Plough
1 (one) Eight Oar Canoe Boat
1 lone) set Cottage Furniture, Ac.
Mattresses, Pillows, Bed Linen, Ac, Ac.
Terms rash. Articles to be removed at once.
N. B.-The steamer "Emilie"' will leave South
Commercial Wharf ut: Saturday morning, 4th
December, at 9 o'clock, to take persons to the
above sale._decl wt-S3
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SOX,
Brokers, Auctioneers and Real Estate
Agents, Office No. 08 East Bay,
Charleston, S. C.
NDER DECREE IN EQUITY
EXECUTORS OF R. F. W. ALLSTON vs. BENJA?
MIN ALLSTON, ET AL.
In pursuance of the decree of Hon. R, B. Carpen?
ter, Judge of First Circuit, In the above case,
made the 9th day of November, 1869, will be sold
on TUESDAY, the 7th day of December, I860,
at ll o'clock, before the Courthouse in the Town
o; Georgetown, South Carolina, the following
IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY.
1. The PLANTATION called "Guendalos," in
eluding "The Retreat," (or "Bullen's Island,")
and "HoUy Hill," with adjoining high Lands, con?
taining in all 1250 acres, more or less, of which
658 acres, moro or less, are tide swamp, lying in
Georgetown County, as described in a convey?
ance from P. C. J. Weston to Benjamin Allston,
1st January, 1859.
2. The Plantation on Sandy Island, in George?
town County, known as "Pipe Down," contain?
ing 294 acres, more or less, of which 259 acres,
more or less, are tide swamp, purchased from
Mrs. M. A. Petlgru, 1st February, 1859.
3. A Tract or Land on Sandy Island, on Boll
Creek and Waccamaw River, Georgetown Coun?
ty, (annexed by Testator to Pipe Down,1 cor'aiu
lng 645 acres, more or ?ess, of unenclosed swamp,
purchased from John Coachman, 1st September,
4. The Plantation in Georgetown County, call?
ed "Dltchford." and formerly called "Rose
Bank," containing 477 acres, more or less, of which
166 acres, more or less, are tide swamp; purchas?
ed rrom the Trustees or Mrs. Fraser on the 14th
6. The Plantation In Georgetown County, called
"Nightingale Hall," containing in all 1219 acres,
more or le is, or high Land and swamp Land, of
which 339 at res, more or '.ess, are tide swamp;
purchased from the Trustees of Geo. A. Moultrie,
on 31st December, 1846. Also, Plantation In
Georgetown County, called "Waterford," con
tainlug on thc southeast side of Waccamaw
River 244 acres, more or less, and on the north?
west side 119 acres, moro or less, ot which
140 acree, more or les, are tide swamp.
Together with three Seashore Tracts, known as
Nos. 2, 3 and 7, or the lands or Margaret Butler,
conveyed to R. F. W. Allston by the Trustees of
Trapler, by deed dated 19th March, 1847.
6. Thc Plantation, in Georgetown County called
"Exchange," containing 482 acres, more or less,
ol which 182 acres, more or less, are tide swamp,
purchased 1st February, 1853. Also, Tract annex?
ed to "Exchange," formerly part or the Planta?
tion called "Breakwater," containing 117 acres,
more or less, of tide swamp, purchased from the
estate of John H. Allston.
7. Three Islands In Wlnyah Boy, containing to?
gether 25 acres unenclosed swamp, granted to R.
F. W. Allston, on 16th February, 1847.
8. All that Tract of Land, In Georgetown Coun?
ty, known as "Canaan," a seashore tract, con?
taining 344 acres, more or less, of provision and
9. All that Tract of Pine Land, in Georgetown
County, known as "Bates" Tract," eontalnlng 380
acres, more or less.
10. All that Tract of Pine Land, in Georgetown
County, containing OOO acres, more or less, on the
road tb Yahanee Ferry, granted to R. F. W. All?
ston on 1st August, 1853.
11. All that Tract or Pine Land In Georgetown
County, containing 700 acres, more or less, lying
on Carver's Bay, and purchased from John T.
Scott, Attorney. 2d April, 1880.
12. All that Tract oi Pine Land in Georgetown
County, containing 400 acres, more or lesa, lying
on Carver's Bay, purchased rrom D. B. Johnson,
Attorney, 18th March, 1854.
13. All that Tract of Pine Land In Georgetown
County, known as the "Bossard Tract,*' containing
141 acres, more or less, purchased from George T.
Ford, 27th June, 1856.
14. All that Tract of Pine Land known as the
"Moore Tract," In Georgetown County, contain?
ing about 1000 acres, more or less.
15. All that Tract of Pine Land In Georgetown
Count v, containing about 228 acres, more or less,
known as the "Williams' Tract."
ALSO. IN MARION COUNTY.
18. All that TRACT of unenclosed swamp Land
IH Marlou County, on Urittou's Neck, containing
727 acres, more or less, purchased or Mrs. Wood?
berry, 2"lh February, 1858.
IT. All that Tract or unenclosed swamp Land in
Marion County, on Britton's Neck, containing 500
acres, moro or less, purchased at Sheriff's sale as
property ot Thomas Sanders, on Stu May, I860.
18. All that Tract or unenclosed swamp Land In
Marion County, on Britton's Neck, containing 460
acres, more or less, purchased rrom Thomas Par?
ker, 29th November, 1861.
19. All that Tract or unenclosed swamp Land on
Britton's Neck, Marlon County, containing about
uoo acres, more or less, formerly or Woodberry,
purchased 18th September. 1854. .
ALSO, IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
20. All that TRACT OF PINE LAND in Chester?
field County, near Steer Pen Spring, containing
200 acres, more or loss, purchased rrom Hon. J.
J. Evans, 6th September, 1843.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bonds ol the pur?
chasers, with interest payable annually, and
mortgages or the property. Purchasers to pay
for necessary papers and revenue stamps.
HENRY D. LESESNE,
ADELE P. ALLSTON.
Qualified Executors of R. F. W. Allston.
SW NOTICE TO PERSONS DESIRING TO AT?
TEND ABOVE SALE.-The Steamer EMILIE, Cap?
tain P. C. Lewis, will leave Commercial Wharf on
MONDAY MORNING, the 6th December, at 6 o'clock,
for Georgetown. Returning, will leave George?
town on WEDNESDAY MOUNINO. 8th December, at
6 o'clock. novia stuth.9
By WARDLAW & CAREW.
yALUABLE BUILDING LOTS
Will be sold in Iront or the Old Posiofilce, foot or
Broad street, at ll o'clock A. M., on TUESDAY,
tho 7th December next.
Three LOTS on East Bay, directly opposite the
new Customhouse, and two Lots on Market
street, in the roar vt the above.
This property ls or great present and prospec?
tive value, being situated lu the nu..:: largely fre?
quented thoroughfare of the city, with the Market
on ono side and the Customhouse In front, and is
a most admirable point for the erection or stores
Thc Lots will be sold at public outcry at the
time specified, unless previously disposed or at
private sale, and may be treated tor as a whole
until the 7th or December, on application to
WARDLAW A CAREW, who will furnish all in?
formation as to dimensions, fte.
Terms made known on day or sale. Purchasers
to pay w. Jt c. for papers,
nov 13 st nfs tilths*
itlacljincrrj, Castings, Ut.
XCELSIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREET, EAST RIVER.
IRON FRONT 8,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
FOR Bl'ILDING PVRP08B8.
GEO. IL JACKSON, BURNET A CO.,
BRANCH OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE STREET,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
"\TrAGON AXLE.-, COMMON. CONCORD,
VV iron Hui), and Solid Collar, of superior
quality and finish. Also, Manufacturers of Ma?
chinery. Patent Steam and Belt Forge Ham meir,
Power Shears, Car Axles, windlass Necks, Tmsa
Shapes, Crowbars, Boiler Fronts, Cast Iron Jack
Screws Patent Swage mocks. Tire Benders, Forg?
ings aud Castings. Address, for Price List.
' LYMAN KINSLEY ? CO..
Qof24 imo Cambrldgeport, Mass.