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Meetings This Day.
Eagle Fire Company, at T P. IL
German Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
S?ngerbund Teutonia, at s P. M.
White Laborers, at 8 P. M.
Lafayette Artillery, at half-past 7 P. M.
Apprentices' Library Society, at 1 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots shoes and hats.
J. 4 W. Knox will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
?torc, household furniture, Ac.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will seU at half-past
10 o'clock, at their office, horses and mules.
RIAL ESTATB SALE.-Mr. A. C. McGlllivray
sold yesterday the lot and buildings on thc cast
side of Church street, next north of St. Philip's
Church, for $1825.
FOE THE PHOSPHATES.-The steamer Bmilie
wlU make an excursion trip to the Ashley River
phosphate works to-morrow morning, affording
an admirable opportunity fora visit to these natu?
SUPREME COURT_COLUMBIA, December J.
The case of James W. Williams, trustee, vs. Henry
Beard, et al, was resumed. Mr. L. J. Jones for
appellant; Mr. Fair for appellees; Mr. Thompson
on same side to the hour of adjournment.
POSTPONEMENT OP T. J. MACKET'S TRIAL.
In consequence of Judge Carpenter's continued
Illness, he has decided to hear only those cases
that are urgent, and others must lie over until the
January term. Ex-Alderman T. J. Mackey thus
gets a respite.
WOOD-CUTTIMO MACHINES.-One of these
machines is now on exhibition at the Artesian
well, and can be seen in operation during the
day. It ls Invaluable to railroad coatractors and
lumbermen. Messrs. Cameron, Barkley A Co.
hold the patent right, and will sell either State or
county rights, or a single machine.
AN UNFORTUNATE DIFFICULTY between two
citizens, growing out of a dispute in regard to
seats at the opening of the Academy of Music,
resulted late Wednesday night in a serious melee,
tn which one, at least, of the parties engaged was
seriously injured. At the request of both parties,
Ye withhold pubUcatlon of thc names.
THE OPERATIC NEWS DEPOT.-Mr. C. C.
Righter has secured a niche in the Academy of
Music, and has dedicated it to literature. The
book-worm can here find both heavy and light
reading,, and those- not so disposed can enjoy
their Havanas. This bews' stand is one of the
institutions of the day, and will be largely patron?
ized in the future.
OUR PISCES CURRENT.-We especially invite the
attention of our merchants to THE NEWS Prices
Current, Issued this morning. Made' up with the
utmost care, and handsomely printed with entirely
new type, it forms, with the business card of the
house forwarding it, the most attractive and wel?
come weekly commercial circular that can be
nsed. Price, for ten copies or more, with busi?
ness (?ra, two and a Half cents per copy. Single
copies, Ave cents.
PERSONAL.-Captain J. M. Felder, of Claren
?don, died on Monday morning.
Dr. W. B. McKeUer, of Newberry, departed this
Ufe on the 28th ult., aged fifty-two years.
The Newberry Herald announces the death of
Captain Thomas W. Gary, which took place on
the 2lst nit. Captain Gary commanded oompany
B, of the Third South Carolina Regiment, during
the bite war, and was as gallant and brave a sol?
dier as ever unsheathed a sword.
THE ACADEMY RESTAURANT.-Messrs. O. B,
Collins A Co. have formally opened a drinking
and refreshment saloon in the building of the
Academy of Music. Major Horbach, formerly of
the Charleston Hotel, ls one of the proprietors,
and the furniture and surroundings are of the
most attractive character. It lt needless to state
that lt 13 patronized by theatre-goers-both
"gods" and men-having an entrance on Market
street, and one leading to the main lobby or the
THE BRITISH STEAM LINE.-Another of the
fine British steamships, consigned to Messrs. R.
Mare A Co., of our city-the British steamship
Marmora-reached her wharf last evening from
Liverpool, after a stormy passage. The Marmora
took heavy westerly gales soon airer leaving port,
and off the Western islands had a hurricane
which left a terrible sea, the severe weather com?
pelling the ship to go as far south as lat. 25, north.
The Marmora brings a valuable freight and a good
passenger Hst. The latter speak in high terms of
the management of thc oulcers and the character
THE WORKINGMEN.-The workingmen's meet?
ing called for Last evening at Hibernian Hall was
not as fully attended as most of the previous
similar gatherings. No business was transacted
beyond the signing of the constitution by a few
or those present, and we heard some dissatisfac?
tion expressed that nothing more practical was
proposed than to listen to a speech. Mr. Rabb,
who presided, gave notice that the organization
of the Executive Committee would be completed
in a few days.
The white laborers of Charleston wUl hold a
meeting at Holmes' Hall this evening to take
steps toward uniting with thc Workingmen's
The car drivers have appointed a committee to
walt on the Workingmen's Union for the purpose
of securing a representation in that body.
ACCIDENT ON THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLES?
TON RAILROAD-FIRE IN BLAKE'S SWAMP-ONE
THOUSAND FEET OF TRESTLE DESTROYED.-The up
tram on the Savannah aid Charleston Railroad
had reached White Hall Station, on Wednesday
morning, when a fire wa3 discovered on the tres?
tle, about five miles this side of the Yemassee.
Further progress was Impossible, and the passen?
gers' baggage and mail were carried around the
trestle by a small pole car and conveyed to
Yemassee. The Beaufort mail went through that
fur, but tue mall for points beyond were brought
back. The engine was then reversed and the
train returned to the city. Wnen near Rautowlcs,
it encountered a crank car containing Mr. Smith,
thc rqjSdmastcr, aud three colored hands.
Through some mistake in the signals, a collision
occurred, by which Mr. Smith waa seriously In?
jured, the crank car passing over his leg, break?
ing the thigh and inflicting severe bruises. The
colored men escaped unhurt. Mr. Smith was
fi brought to the railroad yard, on the other side of
the river, and attended to by Dr. Jenkins. A con?
struction train has been sent to the trestle, and
the damage win probably be repaired this week.
CRUMBS.-The gong attachment ot the fire
alarm bell at the Orphanhouse was tried yester?
day, and proved to be a success. Hereafter the
alarm will be sounded with more regularity.
The advent of Christmas ls already aunouncod
by a vigorous tooting of penny trumpets, and the
juvenBe blow-hards are fast becoming a nuisance. I
The popular air or "Up In a balloon" has infatu?
ated some members or the community, ami aspir?
ing aeronauts can purchase mlnature balloons at
Some weird and wild-looking females have been
visiting different parts of the city, and dame ru?
mor asserts that they are genuine Gipsy fortune
The German Rifle Club and the S?ngerbund
Teutonia hold their regular meetings to-night.
The former is at Lindstcdt's Hall, and the latter
Ls au anniversary meeting held at the hall of thc
The old Meeting street theatro was sold rive
times, being on one occasion bought for $7500.
Hug>? posters and gigantic letters aunouncc to
the Charleston community this morning that thc
Chapman Sisters are to op?u on Monday night.
The biUs were all posted last nig ht. .
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT-HON. GSO.
S. BRYAN, PRESIDING- COLUMBIA, December l.
issue Docket.-B. E. Boy kin vs. Germania Fire In?
surance Company, complainants, ct al. Assump
sit. W. L DePass and Porter A- Conner. Special
pleas, SUnonton A Barker. This case was brought
to the attention of the court, and, after hearing
counsel on both sides, Thursday. Mb of December,
was fixed for hearing motion of continuance.
Criminal Docket.-United States vs. Emanuel
Parker. Distillation contrary to law. D. T. Cor
bin for United States, and W. L. DePass Tor de?
fendant. After argument, on motion of District
Attorney, Monday ucxi was ilxcd for the trial.
Equity OOCket.-Vi. M. Howland vs. Thaddeus
Kelly et aL In equity. It appearing that Dione
Howland, one ol the' complainants in thia eas?-,
having died since the tiling ol the bill, on motion
of Magrath ft Lowndes, complainant's solicitors,
and with consent of defendant's solicitors, that
complainants*have leave to amend their bm by
setting forth the death of the said Dione Howland
and appointing Justina Howland her executrix.
Issue harket.-Thc following cases were calli d
and referred to Juries Nos. 1 and 2, ami verdicts
rendered as follows: John Wheeler, ol'New York,
vs. H. C. Grady, of South Carolina. Assumpsit,
Buist A Buist: non-assumpsit. Perry. We lind
for thc plaiutiir the sum of ?5is .-.s, with Interest
on $259 29 from November 1,180$, and on the
sum of $259 29 from December l, lsos. W. c.
Swaffleld, foreman. The Ames Plough Company,
of Massachusetts, vs. Little A- Marshall. Assump?
sit, Buist A- Buist: non-assumpslt, Simonton ft
Barker, We lind for the plaintiff thc sum of
$854 45. W. c. Swafileld, foreman. Thomas M.
Newbold, of New York, vs. the Spartanburg and
Union Railroad Company, South Carolina. As?
sumpsit. Whalev. Mitchell ft Clancy; non-assump?
sit. Buist ft Buist. Wc lind for the plaintiff $3.
584 84. W. C. Swaftleld. foreman. Collins, Al
derson ft Co. vs. Little ft Marshall. Assumpsit.
Simons ft Simons; non-assumpsif. Simonton ft
Barker. We lind for the plaintiffs $t;?4 si. W. C.
Swaftleld, foreman. J. lt. Jaffrey A Sons, vs.
Agnes Calder, executrix of William Calder, de?
ceased. Assumpsit. M. P. O'Conor; non-assump?
sit, Buist ft Buist. We lind for the plaintiffs $5,
066 90. w. c. Swaffleld, foreman.
Schcpelcr ft Co.. Burge, Burbagc ft Co., L. P.
Morton ft Co.. Duncan ft Sherman. Phillips, Spey?
er ft Co., Pickersgill ft Co. and Ward ft Co. vs.
John Fraser ft Co. Porter 4 Conner, plaintiffs'
attorneys, and Campbell ft Seabrook and Magrath
4 Lowndes, defendants' attorneys.
Ex parte Robert W. Durant, of Sumter; ex
parte A. McKeegan, of Sumter-E. W. Moise, pro
Eet; ex parte Thomas S. Meyers, of Camden-W.
. DePass, propet. Petitions fur linal discharge.
Report of registrar read and continued, and or?
ders and certificates of discharge signed by thc
Ex parte Thomas S. Meyers. Ordered that as?
signee pay directly to respective officers of the
court their costs In this petition for final discharge.
Ex parte Oswald Reeder, in re Emanuel Mor?
ris, bankrupt. Report of assignee, J. W. Bur
bldge. on sales. Ordered that the report be con?
Ex parte D. J. Winn, assignee, in re J. A. Mc
Kagen, bankrupt. Petition for sale of choses In
action. E. W. Moise, pro pct. Order of sale
granted after payment of costs. Apply balance
to satisfaction of Hen ns established, ftc.
Ex parte D. J. Winn, assignee. In re W. W. li.
James. Petition and order for sale. Idem. Ex
farte J. W. Briggs, in re Peter S. Worsham.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS-HON. R. B.
CARPENTER PRESIDING.-The following cases
The State vs. G. W. Hooker-obtaining money
under false pretences. Plead guilty.
The State vs. Sandy Brown, colored-assault
and battery. Guilty.
The State vs. Diana Middleton-pe'R larceny.
The State vs. Geo. Blair ami Lem Cox-high?
way robbery ;iud assault ami battery. Plead
guilty to the last indictment.
The State vs. Class Glllins-larceny of notes.
The Judge announced that in the present state
of his health only those cases would be tried
where the parties were now In jai!, and those un?
der bail and at large would s'aud over to the
Friday was designated as sentence day.
Thc Grand Jury made thc following present?
PRESENTMENT OF THE GUANO JURY.
The Grand Jury for the November term of the
Court of General Sessions and Common Pleas
respectfully report that they have visited and ex?
amined thc various public buildings and lind
them all in a very satisfactory condition. Still,
they would recommend further improvements lu
the instances hereinafter mentioned.
The Grand Jury find that, in accordance with
the suggestions of thc Grand Jury nt the June
term of this court, the equity rooms of thc clerk's
office have been refitted tu a manner that reflects
credit upon those having the same lu cSarge, and
affords ample convenience for the purposes of
that branch of '.he court. They note with satis?
faction that considerable progress has been made
in the work or preserving and arranging the
valuable records and papers heretofore ueglected
la that office.
The jury lind that thc law side of the clerk's
office has been Improved lu the manner recom?
mended by the jury at thc last term, the rooms
being refitted and made to correspond with the
other portions of the building, and the unwelldy
fnrnlture replaced by that of a more convenient
They recommend that thc books containing the
index of Judgments, from the year 1840 to the
present time, being now lu a defaced and worn
condition, be rewritten and arranged l?xico
graphically under thc direction or the clerk. They
wonld add that the Courthouse is now in com?
plete order, and is an ornament to the city and
county, and likely to need no more repairs for
They have visited thc Fireproof Building and
found the same in good order. As recommended
by the Grand Jury at the last term, they recom?
mend the rebinding, in thc Hesne Conveyance
oillce, of old rceord books, the recopying of old
and valuable plats, aud the construction of a
water closet Tor the use of thc building.
They have visited the Jail and found the same
In a cleanly and healthy condition; the foo lof
:he prisoners was examined and found to be
good, and the quantity furnished them sufficient.
Some of the prisoners aro nearly destitute of
clothing; they recommend that clothing be fur?
nished them." The pipe used for conveying water
to the interior of the buildiug needs repairs. In
its preseut coudltloii. It is doing great damage to
that part of Alie building. A boiler should be
placed in the bath room of the jail in order that
the prisoners may have warm water for bathing
purposes, believing the same would cominee to
the health aud comfort of the prisoners.
Thc attention of thc Grand Jury has been called
to the dilapidated and impassable condition of
thc roads aud bridges in some parts of the coun?
ty, particular in the Parish of St. John's Berkeley,
and we urge that the county commissioners give
this subject their early consideration.
Respectfully submitted by the Graud Jury.
P. MORAN, Foreman.
HOLMES' BALK.-Daily record ot weight, Ac,
of one bale upland cotton for the month of Novem
ber, 1869, by John H. Holmes, cotton broker. Boyce
A Co's, wharf, Charleston, S.C.:
NINE O'CLOCK A. M._
Date j Ther. i Wind ?Wg'tT ? Weat ?Cr Remarks
Nov.lJ 52'North ?418 Drv Fair, clear
2! 52jNorth | 418 Drv Fair
3 65]North ? 4183?|Dry Fair
4 54 N East I 41R?i'l)rv Fair
51 62'East I 419 Drv Cloudy
6 56'Sorth ? 419*,' Wet Rainy
7 Sunday Dry ?Clear
8 48iN West I 417"j,Drv 'Clear
9 52 s West 417 Damp Cloudy
io! sss West 4is\ Wei Bairn
iii as j Lt N K 410 ,i>r. Clear
r?? 4s|Lt N E I 4P.? ?Dry [Clear
13i SSSEast 419'. Damp iCIoudy I '
14'Sundav N East Damp Clear
1?! 4? N East j 41914 Moist Cloudy
ir,? ssN East '? 4P.- \, Damp Ctondy
17| ?J'S Wesl i l.'l ,'Dauin [Rai .\ 1
is Th'glvg N West i .Drv clear 1
19 06 N East 1 419'4 ' Dry ?clear
20 SO West ; 4195? I Damp Iciondy . I
21 [Sand ay N East Dr? ; lear I
22; 52 N East Mis;;,Drv ?clear M
23: 54|LtNEj419 I Drv Clear ?1
24' 54'North 419'. Damp ?Cloudy
25; 46'N East 419 !|?rv '( lear
2U 52IN East i 419 I Drv Clear
27| 56?Eiist j 419 V Dry (Clear
2s Sunday East j Damp [Clear
29j 64?S East 410\, Damp M'lenr
30| GO;East j 420Damp |Foggy
TUREE O'CLOCK P. M.
Date I Ther.
Wind IWg't.jWeath'ri Remarks
5"!Sonth I 418 Pry Fair, clear
2| i;o;SEast ?418 Drv ;I"air
3? 62 ?East , 418X10*3 .Clear
4 S2]Bast i 41S<?iDi> lokradv
51 648 West I 41? Orv iCIoudy
6, (JOlS West 41S',,Moist ?Clear
TjSuudayl ?Dry Clear
8 54,N West i 417 H Dry ?Clear
9 60,S West ! 417';. Damp Cloudv
10 52|S West 418?i.Wet Ci'vA iainv
11 MN East . 419 ?Damn Cloudy
12| UN East I 41??? Drv ?Clear*
13 (i2:sEast i 419!, Damp Cloudy
14Sunday N East 'Damp Clear"
15< 56;N East ? 419'j Damp Cloudy
Ki. 55 S East I 420'.. Wet CTyJcralny
17? 00 S West j 4J0 ;.Moi>t :Clear
18 TtCgivgiS West j Dry ?Clear
19 00 Eas;, : .?19 Moist Cloudy
20 52|3 West 141?.'4?Drj Clear
21 Sunday IN Ensl ?Dry Clear
22 54|NEast 41 s y Drv ICIeaT
23 MIS Wcsi ; 4l8??|Dry clear
24 BO N East I 419 Dry it'lear
25 S2IN East 418% Hrv ' clear
26? 56 s East i 418X Dry ?'lear
27| ?4|West , 419 |Dry 'Cloudy
28|SundayjEast (Damp ?Clear
20l C2 N East ' 4l9VDauip iCIoudv
30; 69;Sotitii ? 411?^ Dry [Clear
TUE ACADEMY OF Mrsic-The second rep?
resentation of "School'' last evening was even
more creditable than on the opening night. The
house, of course, was not a ? 'rowded as on Wed?
nesday. About 9 O'Clock there was some slight
confusion among the audience, caused by some
boy's running rapidly down tho stairway leading
to thc upper gallery. There was a visible im?
provement in the music, and we were glad to see
the neting marked by greater warmth, Miss
Alexander especially, who looked her prettiest,
teeming to identity herself more earnestly
frith her part throughout. Miss Eldridge, whose
pleasant and conscientious style of acting has
ong been familiar to us on other boards, fully i rs- |
: Oin ed her reputation. We can honestly say that
here arc few stock actors in thc country who
rould have personated "Beaufoy" and "Pul utz"
nore creditably thau did thc gentlemen who
> lay cd those very gentlemanly parts. They were
nodel yoong men of the period. FarintOBh, of
?ourse, won thc lion's share of the applause. The
icrforraance, as a whole, was eminently satisfac
ory, none of the points of the play bel?g lost
ipon the enthusiastic audience.
One noteworthy ami very gratifying incident
if the opening night has not yet been made
lublic. There were on that occasion fully 1400
tenons in the building, and at the conclusion of
he performance so ready were the*means or
?gross that the building was cleared, and that
oo. without any especial effect, in just threo
ninutes and ten seconds. Within five minutes
ifter the curtain fell the lights were extinguished.
This rapid egress was much facilitated by the
arge double door on Market street, which allowed
he audience to step directly from thc orchestra
:hairs into the street. It should also be mcn
loned that the ventilation, which was not as
jood as could bc wished on Wednesday evening,
vas improved last night to a very marked degree.
Hotel Arrivals-December 2.
Geo. E. Filigree, city; Janu s Armstrong, W.
J. Sprague. Charleston: O. Boatwright, South
,'arollna: W. H. Nicholson, Charleston; J. C. Gll
ett. Augusta: Rev. J. ll. Campbell, Brooklyn: J.
;. Richard, New York: P. S. Crowd!, East Dennis,
Jnss.; II. Coulter. Ballimore; T. R. Canty, son
md servant, Florida; ll. Myers, Savannah; Alfred
Vllllams, South Carolina: H. T. Russell, Boston;
tobert Graham, Marion; Robert II. Stevenson,
lost on; Wm. B. North, New Haven; Wm. II. Wes
on, North Carolina; J. I). Floyd, Washington,
E. H. Cramer. U. S. R. M.; N. B. Church, Liv-.r
on, R. I.; A. S. Sylvester, J. Sauls, Jr., New York;
V. J. Elie, City: N. J. Thouron, Steamer City
'oint; Jas. W. Grace, Frauds J. Cloon, Young's
sland; Miss Marv shadrick, Augusta; W. W.
Vard aud wife, Kingstree; W. Thompson, Mau?
ling; L Greenfield, Georgia: W. Rayman, New
,'ork: F. J. Wombwcll, Wilmington; E. P. Judd,
leaufort: Richard W. Barnwell. Sumter; A. A.
'hornal, G. M. Owens, Pineville.
Mil l.,S HOl'SE.
A. W. Wail and wife, New York; H. A. Brycr,
Washington; A. F. Miller, New York; S. Koch,
(altimore; E. A. Yenning, Weymouth. Miss.: A.
. Deur, Baltimore; Edward Williams, New Pro
Idence; Henry Lewis, New York; Wm. B. North,
lew Haven; S. E. SoUerS, Baltimore; S. D. Sol
?rs, New Orleans; Robt. Filkins, Memphis; E. H.
.acker, New York; J. W. Bangster, Baltimore.
German Friendly Society.
In the dispensation of an All-wise Provi
ence, our society ls again called upon to record
he deaths or several or our members.
Mr. JOHN A. COOK became a member Jnnuary
9,1S42, and departed this life November IS, i860,
a his seventy-second year, and was, therefore, a
tember for more than a quarter of a century,
urlng which time he manifested a deep Interest
i its welfare: his remains were interred in thc
Cemetery of St. John's Lutheran Church.
Mr. CHARLES FREMDER became a member April
, 1867, and departed this life November 4,1869,
i his thirty-fourth year: lils remains were inter?
ed in Bethany Cemetery.
It is not for us to pass our eulogy on our de?
based brothers; they were well known In the
Dmmunlty in which they lived and died. To ns
icy were true and worthy members; we, there
ire, bow submissively to thc will of Cod. Belt,
?tesolStd, That In the death of Mr. Jons- A.
ooK and ol'Mr. CHAULES FREMDER, the society
as lost good and worthy members, and thc com
?unlty useful and industrious citizens; that we
eeply condole and .sympathize with thc families
f the deceased in their sud bereavement, and
lat blank pages In thc Journal bc dedicated to
icir memories. JOHN A. BLUM.
As IRRESISTIBLE MAHNET-Von Santcn's
ever fails to draw.
ONE OF DICKENS' or Scott's Works is present
I to every annual subscriber to thc XIX Cen
irv. _ oct6
PREPARE FOR CH inst.MAS.-NOW is the time
i make your selection of Christmas presents,
nd you cannot do so to advantage without a
isit to Von Santcu's Bazaar, next door to thc
cw Opera-House. Thc new goods just opened
tere are indeed charming.
r N S U R E
ECURITY LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY
OF NEW YORK CITY.
'resident, ROBERT L. CASE; vice-President, THEO.
R. WHETMORE; Secretary, ISAAC ll. ALLEN.
loncral Agent for South Carolina, W. HLTSON
ORGANIZED IN 1862.
Insets, December 31, 1868.$1,854,570 00
imouitt insured lu IStiS.11,501,389 00
Maims paid. 143,53'.? 00
No restrictions on travel. Only sound lives in?
Loan of portion of premium allowed when dc
Dividends declared annually. Last Dividend ?0
All forms of Life and Endowment Policy issued.
Attention ls especially Invited to thc Ten Year
ion-Forfeiture ami the Return Premium plana,
Insurance by the latter costs the policy-holder
>3CLY TUE INTEItEST UPON HIS A VS UAL PKHMICMS.
or the Premiums themselves are returned at
leal Ii in addition to thc full amount of the Policy.
This Company ls chartered under thc Laws of
lie State of Ne W York, and it Invites thc closest
?crntluy into Its condition as exhibited in official
?coons of Insurance Departments of New York
SPECIAL AGENTS IN THE STVTF. AT LIEGE.-A. J
(ORRIS, J. B. WILKIE, J. M. RITSON. C. A
?ESAUSSUKE, C. C. STEPHENS, J. J. MACKEY,
f. P. GANTT, S. ll. SYDN'OR, I). K. MOUZON, G.
?. RUODCS, L. O. STEPHENS.
REFERENCES.-II. Z. LAUREY, Esq.. R. M.
ALEXANDER, Esq., RICHARD CALDWELL, Rsa.,
?I. H. NATHAN. Esq., Messrs. STOLE, WEBB A
JO., Messrs. II. COBLA .t CO.
Dr. W. M. FITCH, Medical Examiner.
LOUIS SHER F E S E E,
Ageut for Chariest ou, S. C.,
1FFICE Ko. 40 BROAD STREET, (Second Floor.)
J1IIE ALSTON HOTEL, G. & C. lt. K.
MKS. MARV A. ELKINS, assisted by hersons,
las opened a new HOTEL, at Alston, and is pre
larcd to accommodate the travelling public, l'as
engers caii now ?ct Meals upon the arrival ?it
liston of any of the trains. The arrangements
if the Hotel ure convenient and comfortable, and
[OOd treatment ls guaranteed to all who may
ullin. deel 12*
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Organized September, 1859.
CASH ASSETS OVER.$10,000,000
ANNUAL INCOME OVER.$ 6,000,000
AU PROFITS divided annually among the assured.
Its losses are paid promptly.
All ltd POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITING.
O. A. BOWEN, of JAMES ADCEU & Co., Resident Agent.
WM. B. SHAW, No. 141 Meeting street, General Agent, Charleston, S. C.
Sljiris ano ?nrnisrjing ?ooos.
P R E S H ARRIVALS!
LATEST STYLES !
COMFORTABLE FIT !
LOWEST PRICES !
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S SCOTT'S S
S S S S S S S SSSSSSS
S STAR SHIRTS S
8 AND COLLARS S
S READY Y'DE S
S AND MADE S
S T O O R D E R . S
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S MEN'S S
S F VRNIS RING S
8 GOODS. S
AT THE CREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM !
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
QVFF, NIGGER, WHAT'S DE MATTER ?
You left dem dere fritters. 1
Sal, gal, stop dat clatter,
Ese miss de SOLOMON BITTERS f
For sale at
RAOUL A LYNAII.
Q-H, O-H, LORD, 0-H !
NO 0 N E (?RUNTS THUS
U S R S 0 L OHON' S Bl T T E R S
For sale at
RAOUL A LYNAII.
0 O N E N E E D SHA K E
FROM FEAR OF AGUE WHO DRINKS
SOLOMON'S RITT E R S
For sale at
dec2 RAOUL A LYNAII.
P. C II u r E I N ,
OFFICE SO. 27.3 KINO 3TKEET,
rjTHE DRAWING OF SPANISH POLICY
TAKES PI AOS DAILY
lu the large Hall in rhe rear of our Banking
CHANCES TEN CENTS EACH.
Prizes ranging in value from $7 to $777,700.
One prize to every 107 blanks. Send to ns ten
cents and anv three numbers between iu7 and
777.700, they will bc put into the wheel, ir yon
draw a prize wc Will let you know by return
SCALE Of DISCOUNT FOB CHANCES :
1 Chance.Wets. I loo Chances.$s
IO Chances.!'j CIS. | 200 Chances.17 00
20 Chances.?l sr. 400 Chancos.3350
50 chances.4 50 | lo'.io Chances.vu 00
Address all communication 10
j. IL BLAKE A co.. Rankers,
And Sole Agents for Spanish |N?IUw in mn
nov25 12* No. CW Broadway, New York.
Auctioneers' ftrioatc Sales, &"c.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
No. 3.? Broad Street, Auctioneer* anti
At Pr?valo Sale
That well established BAKERY, No. 97 King
street, a few doors north of Broad street. The
front building ls of brick, three stories, with u
well arranged Store. On thc premises are a
double brick Kitchen, Bakehouse and Ovens, and
a large cistern. This property ls well situated,
ami thc stand well known as a first class Bakery.
Terms made known by api lj lng as above.
By L S. K. BENNETT.
Wanted to purchase
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT STOCK
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank stock
Apply as above, at No. 40 Broad street,
By I. g. K. BENNETT.
FARM OF THREE HUNDRED ACRES
At Private Sale
A beautiful and very productive FARM of 300
acres, located on thc Rockhill Road, about four
miles from thc thriving and very healthy village
of Y'orkvllle. There are 60 acres of bottom land
Included, which arc exceedingly productive.
There are all necessary buildings on this farm.
Thc location healthy during thc entire year.
Apply as above at No. 40 Broad street.
By E. fS. K. BENNETT.
At Private Sale
All that elegant MANSION, with spacious
grounds. No. 1 Eneas street.
Fine Residence, with Eot i>."> by 200 feet. No. -
Fine Residence, on a very large and beautiful
Eot. No. - .Meeting street.
Fine Residence, with Lot 6.'> by 169 feet, No. -
Fine Residence, with Lot 60 by 12i feet, No. 224
East. Bay street.
Tenement Building, with Lot 42 by 73 feet, Nos.
49 and 61 Broad street.
Large Workshop with Outbuildings, on Lot 60
by 7;"i feet. No. 99 King street.
Lot, with Brick Buildings thereon, 80 by 200
feet, No. 18 Charlotte street.
Lot, with Wooden Building thereon, - by -,
No. - Ashley street.
Lot, beautifully located, near Rutledge street.
A No. 1 TRUCK FARM of live acres, with new
Buildings, up Rutledge avenue.
A No. 1 Truck Farm of 66 acres, thoroughly set?
tled, one mile above the city limits, on Ashley
PHOSPHATE LANDS on Ashlcv River, near the
For further particulars, apply as above, at the
Real Estate Agency, No. 40 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
JJESIDENCE ON RUTLEDGE AVENUE.
At Private Sale
Thc BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 60 Rutledge ave?
nue, recessed from the street seventy-live feet,
containing six roorasUlj by io,^ feet, three rooms
14 by ISM feet, double piazzas, gas, cistern and
well, brick kitchen, Ac. Lot measures 60 feet
front hy 2o0 feet deep; on the Lot are dower gar?
den, fruit trees, figs, grapes, Ac.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE
(121) ACRES OF LAND ON ASHLEY
RI VE ll, CHARLESTON KECK.
Will bo sold nt Private Sale
A FARM on Ashley River, Charleston Neck,
joining I. s. IC. Bennett's Farm to lite smith, con?
taining one hundred and twenty-one (1211 acres.
On lt are neal cottages, bani, stables and several
Apply OS above, ut OfllCO No. ."'S East Bay street.
?Uncijincrn, (Eastings, &t.
.JCJXCELSIOB IKON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREET, EAST RIVER.
IRON F R O N T f?,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
iou nciLDiso PURPOSES.
GEO. R. JACKSON, BU RN* ET ,t CO.,
BRANCH OFFICE, No. 201 CENTRE ST?KET,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
WAGON AXLES, COMMON, CONCORD,
Iron Hub, and Solid Collar, of superior
quality ami flnislu Also, Manufacturers of Ma?
chinery, Patent steam and licit Forge Hammers,
Po wer Shears, car Axles, windlass Necks, Truss
shapes, Crowbars, Buller Prouts, cast Iron .lack
Serer, s. Patent Swage Block*, Tire Benders. Forg?
ings and Castiligs. Address, for Price list.
I.Y.MAN' KINSLE? A CO.,
nnv24 lino Cambrldgeport, Mass.
CjILLUPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Ai tended at their residences promptly and al
Semi orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprllH No. 31 Broad street, (up stairs.)
SUctiort Sales--QTljis HJarj.
By MILES DRAKE.
OOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock. I will sell at. my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
100 cases BOOTS and SHOKS, received by Steam?
ship Manhattan, consisting of:
Cases Men's Calf Creole and O. T. Congress
Cases Men's Calf and Buff Balmorals
Cases Men's Kip, Buff and Wax Brogans
Cases Men's Calf, Kip and Grain Boots
Cases Boy's Calf Balmorals and Congress
Cases Ladles' Fine Goat Polish Boots
Cases Ladies' Fine Serge Congress
Cases Women's Goat ami Huff IJootees
Cartoons Misses and Children's Shoe?, various
40 cases, '240 dozen, Men's and Bov's Felt and
Wool HATS. dcc3
By J. & W. KXOX.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. No. 150
MEETING STREET. CORNER OF
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock A. M.. will be sold,
BEDSTEADS. Bedding. Bureaus, Washstand,
Hat Rack, Sideboard, Whatnot, Sofa, Lounge,
Marble-top Pier Table, Ofllce and Cooking Stoves,
one Sowing Machine, Plated Castors and Tea
conditions ca. n. dec3
R. H. HAB8HALL k BRO.
11/ILL SELL THIS DAY", AT HALF
TT PAST io o'clock, at No. 3.1 Broad street, 6
Prime MULES and 4 HORSES. dcc3
Unction Sales--.future SDarjs.
POSTPONEMENT OF AUCTION SALE.
Notice is hereby given that the sale advertised
by us for Saturdav. 4th of December, at Drayton
Dall Plantation, is postponed for the present.
HOLMES A MACBETH,
dec3 l Auctioneers.
By VT. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Cl MALL AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCES
kj IN ST. PHILIP STREET.
Will bc sold on TUESDAY, 7th inst., at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postoillce,
That two-story Wooden HOUSE, No. 130 St.
Phillp street, cast side, a few doors south of Can?
non street. House contains four square rooms,
kitchen attached with two rooms. Lot measures
32 feet front by 82 feet deep.
Thc TENEMENT HOUSE north of above, Nos.
132 aud 134 St. Philip street. House contains
eight square rooms and attics; kitchen contains
four square rooms. This property ls desirable as
an investment, and always commands good ten?
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest secured by bond and mort?
gage. Property to bc Insured and policy assigned.
Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps, and
also State taxes from day of sale.
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBUNS,
TWO STORY HOUSE, No. 12 WEST
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 7th Instant, at ll
o'clock, at the old Postotllce.
That Two Story Wooden DWELLING, with don
ble Piazzas, containing four rooms, nlso Kitchen
and outbuildings, known as No. 12 West street,
Lot measnres 56 by 25 feet, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. dcc3 fmtu.'l
E F E R E E ' S SALE.
Bv virtue of a decree of thc Court of Common
'Pleas, for the Fourth Circuit of thc State of
South Carolina, sitting in Equity In the case of
Morris K. Jesup, et al, vs. the Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, ct al, will bc
sold at Public Auction, at the door of thc Court?
house in Wilmington, In thc state of North Caro?
lina, at ll o'clock A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the
5thday of January, 1870,
All that portion of thc WILMINGTON AND
MANCHESTER RAILROAD which lies within the
Slate of South Carolina, with all the ROLLING
STOCK, Equipments, Depots, Workshops, Materi?
als, and everything pertaining thereunto, to?
gether with all" the rights, privileges, franchises
and appurtenances, as set forth and more particu?
larly described In the several mortgages men?
tioned In t hc proceedings.
The terms of thc sale are cash; the bonds of the
Company secured by thc mortgages mentioned
in the report ol' thc special referee, and tiled In
the case, to bc accepted from thc purchaser pro
rata as part payment In thc order of priority es?
tablished by the report; provided that the same
rateable proportion of cash be paid in for the
other bonds of the same grade of priority not lu
the hands of the purchaser; and provided, also,
that sufficient cash be paid in to cover costs,
charges and expenses of sale; the purchaser also
to pay for papers. W. ALSTON PRINGLE,
Charleston, 10th November, I860.
By virtue of a decree of thc Court of Equity of
thc County of New Hanover, of the State of
North Carolina, in the case of Morris K. Jesup,
et al, vs. the Wilmington and Manchester Ball
road Company, ct al, Michael Cronley, Commis?
sioner, duly appointed by thc Court, will sell at
Public Auction, at the door of thc Courthouse,
in Wilmington, lu thc Slate of North Carolina,
at ll o'clock, A. M., on WEDNESDAY, the Ot li
dav of January. 1870,
Alf that portion of the WILMINGTON AND MAN?
CHESTER RAILROAD which lies within thc State
of North Carolina, with all the rolling st ck, equip?
ments, depots, workshops, materials and every?
thing thereunto pertaining, together with all the
rights, privileges, franchises ami appurtenances,
asset forth and more particularly described in
the several mortgages mentioned lu tho pro?
Terms of sale are cash.
Thc bonds of the said Company, secured by the
three tlrst mortgages, to wit: The mortgage to
Edward Sandford, dated May 1,1851; the second
mortgage to Edward Sandford, dated March l.
1863, and the mortgage to George W. Dargan,
dated the 12th of April, 1855. shall be accepted lu
full as part payment, according to the priority of
said mortgages; and the bonds of the said Com?
pany, secured by Hie mortgage to thc said Morris
K. Jesup, shall bc accepted pro rata as part pay?
ment in the order of priority established In said
mortgage. M. CRONLY, Commissioner.
Wilmington, N. C._novio tufl?wl
SOUTH CAROLINA, KERSHAW COUN
JAMES CRESNUT, EXECUTOR, vs. MARY C.
REYNOLDS, SAKAI! CRESNUT, MARY
C. FRIERSON. ETAL-BILL FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF WILL,
In pursuance of a decree made In the above cause
at September Term, ist?9, we will expose to
public sale, before the Courthouse, in Camden,
at ll o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, the Cth day ol'
The following most valuable LANDS, lying from
three to four miles from thc Town of Camden,
immediately on thc South Carolina Railroad,
fronting on Wateree River, ?ind running back-,
castwardly, live miles, covering over live thous?
and acres, one thousand ol' winch are line swamp
lands lp cultivation, one thousand line uplands it:
cultivation, and over three thousand in original
forest, heavily timbered with oaks, hickory, dog?
wood, pine, Ac., much of it very linc COttou land,
finely watered and offering abundant winier .
First. UELLE-MONT, a very choice plantation I
of over eight hundred acre-, on Wateree River,
three miles from Camden, with a large settle j
meut on i; : will produce, without manures, a ;
bale i-f cotton or seventy-live bushels cf corn to ,
thc acre. This ls regarded as the best body id
land on thc Wateree Uiver.
Second. TOWN CREEK PLANTATION, adjoin- '
ing the above, consists of four thousand live j
hundred acres, recently held as one large planta?
tion : comprising swamp, second bottom, and up
?ands, heavily timbered and finely watered, hav
ing two line Streams running through H. Thc I
South Cand?na Railroad and two public highway s
run through these lands and render them a CC es
Bible at all points. They arc very convenient to ;
Camden; the uplands are perfectly healthful and i
present rare advantages.
This place is subdivided into mid will bc sold as
twenty-one farms ol' one hundred lo four hun?
dred acres, offering a rare opportunity to settlers
seeking homes. Adjoining plantations have
been divided into small farms and are taken by
our best people.
Terms-One-fifth cash; balance on a credit of
one. two and three yean, in equal annual Instal?
ments, with interest from date, payable annually
at seven per cent., secured by bond, sureties
and a mortgage of the premises, with the privi?
lege to purchasers to pay cash. Purchasers to pay
for stamps and papers.
Au agent (Ul the place will show the lands, and
Hie plats can be seen ar the office ol' Wm. M.
Shannon, Esq.. Camden, s. c.
WM. M. SHANNON.
Special Masters anil Receivers.
Camden, S. C., Nov. 1, i860. occio i raSwPJ
L'nirtbcr, incl, vCc.
/JOAL ! COAL ! COAL !
300 tons Red Ash Egg COAL landing from Brig :
Gambia, aud for sale by
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
nov22 No. 20 Cumberland street.
Auctioneers' fltWlt ?ales, &c.
By LOULS D. DeSAUSSURE.
COTTON PLANTATION ON l'OCOTAL?
IGO RIVER, BEAUFORT DISTRICT.
At Private Sale
The PLANTANTION, known as "Rock Point,"
(opposite to "Bray's Island,") on Mackey'* Neck,
a peninsula formed hy thc Tulillnny ami Poco
talijro rivers, being upon the latter river which is
navigable, and about four miles from Pocotallgo
Railroad depot. The tract contains ?60 acres of
high land, about ore half of which Is cleared sea
island cotton land, which previous to the war en?
joyed a good reputation for the productiveness of
the land and quality of cotton produced. There
is also a large bodv ol' marsh land attached to the
For further particulars apply as above, at No.
23 Broad street. nov.TO tuft)
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
LAVINGTON AND BTJGBEE RICE
PLANTATIONS. ON ASHEPOO
RIVER. CONTAINING C20 ACRES
OF SWAMI' LAND AND 415
ACRES OF HIGH LAND.
At Private Sale
All those two PLANTATIONS commonly called
Lavington and Bugbee, situate on the south side
of Ashepoo River, in St. Bartholomew's Parish,
Colleton District, containing 620 acres of Swamp
Land, more or less, and 415 acres of High Land,
more or less, according to a late survey thereof
made by John A. Michel. Surveyor; bounding
north on the Oaks plantation and Ashepoo River;
southon Lalio Creek and Fee Farm plantation,
belonging to James M. Rhett; weston Fee Farm
and Fraser back water canal, and cast on Ashepoo
River: also, all that STRIP OF LAND, reserved by
R. B. Rhi'tt In his conveyance of the Fee Farm
plantation to James F. Rhett, for the purpose of
making a road through the said Fee Farm planta?
tion, for the use of thc Lavington and Bugbee
plantatlsns. consisting of 50 feet of Land In
width from thc point designated in the plat afore?
said, and on ice Fee Farm plat, to the public
Ashepoo Neck road.
For fun her Particulars, apply as above, at No.
23 Broad street._nov30 tuf4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
ESTATE SALE-PLANTATION IN ST.
At Private Sale
HOPETON PLANTATION, belonging to Estate
Wilkes, in St. Andrew's Parish, about five miles
from Charleston, on the Stono River, opposite to
John's Island, and on the Savannah A Charleston
Railroad and main road. The tract contains
about 975 acres of Land, about 725 of which are
high Land, the balance marsh Land. About 400
acres of the Land arc cleared and adapted to the
culture of cotton and provisions, and about 31 to
rice. Excellent crops of cotton have been made
upon the place for years.
For particulars, apply at No. 23 Broad street.
I10V16 tufo _
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSUBE.
BARONY OF TWELVE THOUSAND
EIGHT HUNDRED (12,800) ACRES
At Private Sale
The BARONY or TRACT OF LAND, about 57
miles from Charleston and 23 from Mount Pleas?
ant, on the Georgetown road, Charleston District,
on the waters of Awendaw Creek, containing, ac?
cording to the plat of John Fenwick, Surveyor,
made In 1772. twelve thousand eight hundred
acres of Land, being an original barony granted
to Sir Nathaniel Johnson.
On the tract Ls a large body of woods, and there
Is a bold navigable creek, with several landings.
There are a Dwelling House, barn and negro
houses on the place.
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street.
Bj LOUIS B. DeSAUSSURE.
ESTATE SALE-RESIDENCE ON MEET?
At Private Sale
The three-story BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 33
Meeting street, containing ten rooms, pantry,
double piazzas, cistern. Ac., with brick kitchen,
carriage house and stable. The premises have rc?
cently been repaired. The Lot measures about 43
feet front, 211 feet deep, and 115 feet on thc back
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS P. DeSAUSSURE.
JJESIDENCE IN CHARLOTTE STREET.
At Private Salo
Tho Wooden RESIDENCE on brick basement,
on Hie north side of Charlotte street, known by
'he No. 22, containing Mx upright, two garret,
one dressing rooms, two pantries, private stair?
way, two piazzas, cistern, gas, Ac. On the prem?
ises arc an excellent kitchen, a carriage house
and stable. The Lot measures 80 feet front by 240
Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street,
By LOUIS B. DeSAUSSURE.
BRICK RESIDENCE IN HASEL
The desirable three story BRICK RESIDENCE,
on high basement, situate on the south side or
Basel street, between Meeting and Anson streets,
containing eight rooms, pantry, dressing room
and two piazzas, extensive brick kitchen, car?
riage house and stable. The Lot measures 50
feet front, by 190 feet deep, more or less.
Apply as above at No. 23 Broad street.
Bj LOULS D. DeSAUSSURE.
JJESIDENCE ON SOUTH BAY.
At Private Sale
The three story WOODEN RESIDENCE, Brici
Basement, No. 28 South Bay, a few doors westo.
Klinr street, containing six rooms, one pantry,
dressing room, two piazzas; att ached ls a briok
kitchen Lot jo feet Hont, by ino feet deep.
Adjoining the above ou Lamboll street, two
two .-tory BUILDINGS, one containing four rooms,
the other two rooms. Lot measures 50 Iront, by
160 feet deep.
The two Lots together run from street to street.
Apply ns above at No. 23 Broad street.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
QI TORE ON EAST BAY STREET.
At Private Sale
The THREE STORY BRICK STORE, on East
Bay street, at the southeast corner of Cordes
street, (which was occupied for near a quarter of
a century by one of our most successful mer?
chants, tho late Mr. Smith Mowry, Jr.) The Lot
measures 23 feet front by oo feet deep.
This property is one cf the most central on East
Bay for business.
Apply as above, at No. 2." Broad street.
Bj LOUIS I). DeSAUSSURE.
HAVNE STREET STORE. RUNNING
THROUGH TO MARKET STREET.
For Sale or Rent
The BRICK STOKE on the south side of Hayne
street, opposite tho Charleston Hotel, now occu?
pied by Mr. John Daly, measuring 25 feet on
llaync street. 13 feet on Market street, and 197
feet In depth.
These premjscs are admirably located for the
wholesale trade, and will be sold on one-third
cash, the balance in one, two and three years.
Apply ns above, at No. 23 Broad street.
By J. FRASER MATH EWES.
T>ICE AND PROVISION PLANTATION.
AI Privat'' Sale
Thal valuable RICE AND PROVISION PLAN?
TATION, called 'b laney, situated at South Ferry,
on the saidee River, containing 1333 acres-wo
ckan d ami under bank, SOO lUgh land, S7 clear
i d, balance weil Umbered with cypress, oak, Ac.
The Plantation Ls now under cultivation, is well
settled with Dwelling, barns and neirro houses,
and known as one of thc best places on the river.
For terms, apply tn
J. FRASER MATH EWES,
Real Estate Agent, No. 50 Broad street.
By J. FRASER MATHEYVES.
J> LANTATION IN BEAUFORT COUNTY.
At Private Sale
SPUING ISLAND PLANTATION, in Beaufort
County, at the Junction of the Checbessce and
Colleton Rivers, directly opposite Foo: Point, the
proposed terminas Ol the Deep Water and West?
lt containa throe thousand (?'Xioi acres of
high land, about two thousand pjnoni acres
or which arc cleared, and of the most fertile char
acter lor scalslandor short cottons and provi?
sions. lt is abundantly supplied with sorinsmof
good water am! adonis a line pasturage for all
kinds of stock.
on ne- Plantation Isa large Dwelling House
and ample oiit'itiiMings. There are several act.
tlements which render this prWM-rty pasy to be
divided Into difieren! plantations. Being an is?
la:.ii. it requires no fencing.
lt commands a line view of the harbor of Port
!:.. al: I- ten t'< ? mil?4 distant from the entra.ice;
a , red health'.' to live at all the year, and well
known as one of. the beal Sea Island Cotton Plan?
tan nu on the < oast. novio rmi