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Mtftlngs TM' Diy.
Chamber of Commerce, ai. 7 P. M.
St. Andrew's Society, at 7 P. M.
TJ. 8. COURT.-No business was transacted at
.the United States Court on Saturday.
PERSONAL.-Mr. Wm. Little, the editor and
proprietor of that lively sheet, the ^nnettsviue
Journal, ls at present sojourning in tlu city.
^Lm ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-The ladies of the Gar
^Haent Society desire to return their most grateful
?banks to Messrs. A. Gage A Co., for their libera!
^^donatlon of two hundred dollars to the society.
TAXES-LAST DAT OF GRACE.-Tire books of
"both the city and county treasurer will be closed
to-day. All taxes remaining unpaid after to-d?y
will be increased twenty per eent., and execu?
tions will be issued to the sherill.
, SOLDIERS.-Captain Estes, commanding
Company I, 18th Regiment, United States Infant?
ry, arrived at Laurensvllle on Monday last, with
a detachment of thirty men. The Herald say3
that the community "welcome" their arrival
MLXED.-Our contemporary, the Orangeburg
News, ls so bewildered by its change of politics
and thr accompanying five or six columns of State
advertisements,'thar R talks of holding a meeting
to pay a fitting tribute to "General R. E. Lee,
Esq." . _:
CASES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES COM?
MISSIONER ON-SATURDAY.-Dublin Easou and Ouf
' fee Simons,two of the Biggin Church rioters, were
released on ball to appear , before the January
term of the United States Court. Several war?
rants of arrest we: e issued.
A FYTTE.-Two intelligent colored citizens
fought a fight ta Rutledge Avenue yesterday. One
' *k them grabbed the other by the throat and held
him till he called Peccavl ! The vanquished said
tit was "all right," and evidently intends to appeal
s for redress to some favorite trial justice.
T-73 ADGER LINE.-The business o? this linev
con innes heavy . On Saturday two steamships
departed, the Manhattan, of the regalar Une, and
the Weybossett, an extra ship. Th ts last was only
in port about twenty-four hours, during which
time she received on board a full cargo and sailed.
STRANGERS in the city desiring to subscribe
to the best and cheapest newspaper lu the South,
will call at our office and have their names en?
tered for the DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, or WEEKLY
THE DAILY NEWS, for one year_f..$6 oo
TH? T/U-WKBKLY NEWS, for one year. 4 00
THE WEEKLY NEWS, for one vear. 2 00
SHOT HY THE STATE'TJONSTABULARY.-Tue
Laurensvllle Herald says: "Mr. Turner -Rlchard
' Boa, sein of Dr. Richardson, of this village, was
pursued and shot by the constabulary of Chester,
In Chester County, on Wednesday. Mr. Richard?
son ls wounded severely in the.arm. We learn'
that the scoundrels puVsued Mr. R., who had
been to Chester on business, ned shot him on the
highway. He ls now at Unionvllle, and receiving
* attention. Mr R. ls one of the most peaceable
and honorable young men in our county.''
CLUBS AND STARS.-(Jeorge Robinson, Annie
Bryant and Mary Jane Bolger- were arrested on
Fa}aay night for creating a disturbance on King
street; They were released by the Mayor on Sat?
urday, having already been imprisoned during
the whole night.
The case of Louis Carpeuter,.who was reported
forfait driving on King street, was continued
until this morning, In consequence of - his non?
appearance before the Mayor. '
The case of Mr. J. H. Averill, reported for keep?
ing a cart without a license, was also continued
from the same cause.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.-Messrs.
'Furchgott, Benedict A Co., who have bec >m?? so
favorably known to the ladles as-the proprietors
of the great bargain dry 'goods store at thc cor?
ner of King and Calhoun streetB. have jus: open?
ed at their new and elegant estaolishme:i:, No. 244
King street, nearly opposite the Academy ot Mu?
sic, a fresh and carefully selected stonie cf dress
goods, cloths, flannels, carpetings, J c.] tc which
they invite attention in another column o.' to-day?s
NEWS. They mean to do business upon nie same
principle as heretofore-Quick sales 'and small
DONATIONS JO THE FAIR OF THE GKRXAN
LADIES'SOCIETY.-The ladles gratefully acknow?
ledge the following donations: One pair rice pho?
tograph frames, Miss EUaT. WTdtney; one crochet
watch case and one pair lamp mats, Miss Schul
ken;',two pair crochet lamps, Miss E. Meltzler: cae
rigolet and one tidy, Miss. J.. Bei khan; one pair of
embroidered slippers, Miss ?. Heger; one pair
crochet lamp mats, Miss E. Heger; one pair tidies,
Miss J. Cohen; one pair vases, Sisters of Mercy;
one handsome sofa. cushion, Miss G. Campsen:
oneJiandsome embroidered picture. (mothar of
Ohrot with her Babe,) E. Waltjen, embroidered by
Miss E. Waltjen, deceased, and by her last special
wish to be printed to the German Ladle*' Fair.
Hotel Arrivals, October 39 and 30.
0. C. Moore, Memphis; J. B. Heyward, Jr.,
South Carolina; W. Tucker, St. Paul's; J. M. Page,
Thoc. Pensinger, John Myers, Henry B?hm, A. H.
LeBoy, D. McCtird,-Charles Lora th. John Gillen,
W. S. Thatcher, Nashville; Horatio C. SauVs, Vir
guVia^Geo. B. Aiken and lady, Baltimore; Mon?
treal Museum : John A. Barnard, New York; Cap?
tain M. V.-Bates, Kentucky^?. C. Clark, Madam
Haliean, Canada; James M. Howell, Toronto: Sig?
nor Francis, New Orleans; E. Wiggins,Cuba; G. W.
Marks, Memphis; P. C. Wells, agent of Edwin
Forest; W. H. Bull and lady, Santee; F. N. McIn?
tyre, Savannah; R. Halm, New York; Charles B.
Sellers, Washington; John Reiben, Charles Wood,
H. Wallace, E. Chapman, Miss Emma Harrison, J.
N. Mavone, Mr. and Mrs. Nugent. Savannah.
D. Richards, New York; A. J. Coe, Boston; Wm.
T. Campbeil. Athloner E. B. West, Augusta; John
B. Sardy, New York"; J, B. Weaver, Chattanooga:
O.M. Sadler, South Carolina; J. J. Johnston. New
York; Lawrence Sangston, Baltimore; H. M. wil?
son. Charles H. Smith and vflfe, New York; Dr.
Thomas Smith and servant, South Carolina; F. J.
A. Philipp; New Orleans; P. V. Albright, New Al?
bany; B.JL Bliss. New York; Geo. Sellers, Marys?
ville; J. a. Hughes, New York; J. E. Bradley, Bris?
tol; Thomas Hau, Brooklyn; Miss B. H. Watson,
Miss E. K. Sims, Miss LIUle Yance, Cokesbury : W:
A-fWalker, Wilmington; J. R. Adams, Magnolia;
W. L. Buckingham, Baltimore; Geo. H. Seer, Au?
gusta; A. B. Sheppeison. New York; E. B. Whit?
man, Baltimore; J. P. Blood, Athens: S. B. Dow,
Summerville: Captain C. M. Irwlng, Montevideo;
C. H. Merrill, bark Lula; Arthur Thomson, New
York; Franklin Fraser, Jacksonville;. P. S. Crow
ell. E. Dennis, D. Callahan,-. '
A. H. Morgan and wife, New York: C. P. Mar?
shall. Indiana; S. Brit taw, Wilmington; M. Camp?
bell D. B. Henshaw Philadelphia: Jen*. J. Speiro,
New YorkjtA. Decker, Savannah; C. M. Fowle,
Boston; R. J. Keith, R. W. Rosin, Baltimore; Jno.
L. Murray. Cincinnati; Mrs. F. Wilson, B. F. Jen?
kins, Richmond; George H. Andrews, Atlanta:
Chas. H. Erwin, McCarthy Troupe; A. C. Leavitt,
schooner Henrietta; O. F. Connor, Port Royal
Railroad; Chas. R. Fowler, C. M. Fitzgerald, New
York; John Wright, Edlsto; R. R. Glenn, Atlanta;
Eogene St. Clair, E. L. Hall, New Torte; O. P.
Bosh, Mrs. 0. P. Bush and children, Savannah; P.
H. Anemia, New York; Miss B. Chapman, Mi3s E.
Chapman, Mrs. H. Chapman, C. B. Bishop, H. C.
Ford. Savannah; H. Little, London; Miss Maud
Hamilton, New York;' J. A. Brenner, Western
Uni?n Telegraph Company; Judge Kearon. R.
Powell. M. Green, Washington; J. A. Bowie, At?
lanta; B. L. Benson, wife daaghtsr, and child,
A. L. Grabfelder, New York; P. Lorenstier, Balti?
more; John L. Chadwick, Wadmalaw; J. A. Yates,
South Carolina; B. K. Bliss, New York.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, ?4,
$6 50 and $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at TEE NEWS Job Office.
? A RARE CHANCE FOR ADVERTISERS-During
the present week Charleston will be crowded with
strangers, and very large extra editions of THK
NEWS will be Issued to meet the unusual demand.
Kow ls the time for our merchants and business
men to avail themselves of our advertising space,
and reap a hundredfold advantage therefrom. A
word to the wise, Ac.
ATTENTION, KNIGHTS.-Attention is invited
to the advertisement. Inserted io our columns of
to day by the committee of the tournament, to be
held next Friday at the Fair Grounds. The lists
are open, and all who do not believe that the
smiles of beauty are the most desirable reward
for superiority In this manly exercise, are request?
ed to examine the fine list of practical prizes to be
distributed among the victors.
THE LATE CORPORAL J. T. FRAZER, OF THE
SUMTER COARD.-We have had the pleasure of
inspecting a portrait of the late Corporal Frazer,
of the Sumter Guard, which had been bayoneted
and otherwise defaced during the war. Through
the masterly touch of Mr. C. J. Hamilton, a Vir?
ginia artist, the portrait has been completely re?
stored, and the numerous friends of Mr. H. will
be pleased to learn that he has added fresh laurels
to hts well-earned reputation. Mr. H. has several
gems of art which will repay inspection.
"Blest be the art which can immortalize
That which baffles Time's trrannic claim to quench
TUE SOUTHERN AND ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH
COUPANT.-The work of stringing the wires, lu
Charleston, of this new and energetic company
is begun, and will be pushed rapidly forward.
The poles have already beea raised in the city,
and for a distance of forty miles along the line of
the South Carolina Railroad. In the direction o'
Columbia. Mr. O'Keefe. the superintendent of
the company, expects to have the line complet?d
throughout this State in about a month* The con?
nections Northward are already completed from
our State border. The'company win commence
operating from this point in about six weeks, and
will reduce the present tarin" about fifty per cent.
Their office in this city will be in the new People's
Bank building, lately Courtenay's Stationery
Depot, oh Broad street, opposite State.
OCR AMERICAN COD-SIN.- There wa3 only a
small audience at the Academy or Music on Sat?
urday night, but the One comedy company played
with undiminished spirit. Miss Keene won new
laurels as "Florence Trenchard," and Mr. Hub?
bard gave a capital rend-rlng of the part or "Asa
Trenchard." "Lord Dundreary" (Mr. Conway)
made the most of his points and accomplished "a
magnificent sneez?," to the huge delight or the
upper gallery. Mr. Kennedy wa3 an admirable
"Binney," never passing over the line which di?
vides fun from vulgarity.
To-night the companv will give, for the first
time this se ison. Goldsmith's comedy, "She Stoops
to Conquer." With a pcwerrnl cast this glorious
old comedy should draw a crowded house. This
play will not be repeated.
ST. PETER'S SCHOOL FAIR.-The pastor of
St. Peter's (Catholic) Church established at the
beginning of the year a parochial school for
colored children, which ls now in successful opera?
tion. The revenues of the church were wholly in?
adequate to meet the expense of bnUUtig and
canying on th- school, but it waa noped that
some substantial assistance might be had from
abroad. This expectation is disappointed, and
the pastor, tho Rev. A. M../olcbl, ls compelled to
appeal by means or a fair to thc charity of thc
Charleston public. This fair, to bc known as the
St. Peter's School Fair, will open on Thursday
night In Meeting street, opposite the Charleston
Hotel, and will be open each day from three to
five In the afternoon, and from seven to eleven at
night.' Th' price or admission ls twenty cents.
Children (who will not be admitted at night un?
less with their parents or guardian5) half price.
Season tickets one dollar.
It is to be hoped that this fair, which ha9 an ob?
ject or much importance-the education or colored
children-may be generally and handsomely pa?
tronized. -._ '
! THE GREAT FAIR.--Saturday morning the
young people or Charleston responded to the call
of the committee La the most gratifying manner,
and with their assistance the decorations or the
hall were completed by evening. They consist or
moss, evergreens and flowers, all or native
growth, huug in wreaths and restoons along the
roof and sides of the budding. Arno g them hang
the nags -or all the different nations, the engine
companies, mercantile houses, and one old battle
flag, br.rne by the Palmetto Guard In Its cam?
paigns during the late war. Flowers or all colors
and sizes are Interspersed among the heavier
decorations, and give the whole a bright and
The tables Tor the different articles are all com?
plete, and Borne are already mied with articles
for exhibition. Among the articles to be now
teen are several tine sp.cimens or phosphate rock,
and near them one of those Identical grabbers
so lately flourishing in political circles on the
backs of some of the Reform tickets.
The space devoted to the machinery is being
rapidly filled up, and near by are several lots of
ploughs of all sizes and shapes, challenging the
inspection and admiration of visitlngafarmcrs.
The Race Track has beeu improved by a railing
along the inside of the track, and Jus: opposite
the balcony on the grand building ls the space
selected for the tournament. The grass has all
been newly mown, and preseuts a smooth level
lawn for the passage of the knights, a large num?
ber of whom have already sent m their names and
joined the Usts. The ladies, as was shown by Sat?
urday's attendance, have not been backward In
rtelr part of the work, and they look forward to
this tournament as one or the great episodes iu
the ralr. Let the youug mea sec that they are not
Along the smooth track several splendid horses
are to be seen exercising each day. and an excit
ing race will add to the pleasures ol the coming
Tteek. The tables and au preparations for the*ex?
hibition are now complete, and nil are requested
to forward their wares Intended for exhibition
THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN THOMAS DANIELS.
On Saturday morning we Mentioned that on
Thursday night aa uuknown person had been run
over and killed bf a train on thc South Carolina
Railroad, about rour miles from the city. On Sat?
urday, at abeu: lo A. M., the body, which had
been taken io the upper wards Guard ?louse, was
Identified by some of thc members of his family
as that of C?ptala Thomas Daniels, a well known
pilot or oar harbor. The engineer of the train
which ran over the body states that he stopped
his train as soon as possible after the accident,
and wont towards the body, which he fouud cold
and stiff, and presenting the appearance of hav?
ing been dead for some hours.
The general supposition in the city on Saturday
was that Captain Daniels had beeu murdered,
and that the body had been placed on the track
when the train was approchlng, la order to re?
move any suspicion of foul play, by makiug lt ap?
pear that he had been kUled by the train. Yester?
day morning lt was ascertained from friends or
the deceased that he had been for some weeks
past suspected or an Intention to commit suicide.
Indeed so strong was the suspicion that he had
been watched ror a length of time in order to pre?
vent, if osslble. 9uch a catastrophe.
The dy was badly cut and mashed by the
train .t no blood came from the wounds, and
the jsumptlon, therefore, is that C?ptala
Danle.s was not killed by the train, though in
support or the theory or mumer it ls stated that
parties on the train, when it was approaching the
spot where the unfortunate man lay, saw four or
five men run off from the side of the track and
disappear in the bushes. An Inquest will be held
this morning, and will probably bring to light the
true cause of the untimely death.
Captain Daniels was a native of North Carolina,
but had been a resident or Charleston for about
twenty-six years, having come to this city at the
early age of sixteen. He was oue or the most
widely-known and highly esteemed pilots or our
port; was or a modest and retiring disposition,
and was regarded, by all who knew him. as a
worthy and intelligent citizen. He leaves a large
circle of Iriends, and his death ls greatly re?
COUNTING THE TOTE.
This work "dragged its slow length along"
up to a late hour on Saturday evening, when
about two-thirds of the county vote was finished.
The Radicals, as was expected, carried tho
country precincts by immense majorities, so that
even now the Reform ticket is far behind in the
The majority claimed for Charleston City In our
last was 347 votes. This was inclusive of Rikere
ville, which is not one of the city precincts, being
beyond the city boundaries, and would not count
with the city vote in a municipal election.
Excluding Rikersviue, the majority for Reform
is 400 votes, a number which, If properly worked,
ought to Insure our success in the next municipal
lu the first country precinct "counted, the ma?
jority for Judge Carpenter obtained in the city
disappeared, and as far as the board of canvass?
ers have gone,' Governor Scott runs ahead of his
opponent by 3357 votes. The Radical majority for
Lieutenant-Governor being about 50 votes less.
Bowen still keeps the'lead lu the race Tor Con?
gress, and has a majority, of 4?6l votes over De
Large, who ls weak la this county.
Mishaw, though dead, leads the ticket for thc
State Senate, and is now ns votes ahead of Bates,
who still beats Cain by a majority of 3433 votes.
The strong run made by Mishaw favors Bates,
otherwise the whole Radical vote would proba?
bly be centred ou Cain. As the running goes, lt
is hardly possible for Cain to overcome the large
majority in favor or Ba-es.
. ROBBERY.-Conductor Cohen, ol the King
st reet car line, was last night wayiatd, i ibbed or
hts watch and chain, and roughly handled be?
sides. His assailant, a negro, is la custody, and
will be tried this mornihg.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA. RAILROAD AND THE
FA nt.-A new track, built expressly lor the ac?
commodation or persons visiting the fair, has been
laid by thc South Carolina Railroad, diverging
from the regular track about three hundred
yards above Shepherd street. The trains will run
directly up to the grounds from the Ann street
depot at short intervals during the continuance
of the fair. The branch track has now been com?
pleted, and a train passed over it last Saturday
EDWIN FORREST, the great tragedian, opens
an engagement of five nights at 4he Academy or
Music on Monday evening next. This ls Mr. For?
rest's first appearance In Chariest jn Tor many
years. He ls supported by a fine tragedy com?
pany or twenty persons,especially organized ror his
Southern engagements, by Mr. W. M. Holland, the
manager. Among the plays to be produced here
by Mr. Forrest are Richelieu, Damon and Pyth?
ias, Othello and King Lear." No more need be
said. Crowded house: In ?A?? instance are a fore
BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONCERT.-A large
congregation assembled yesterday altern oon to
witness thc monthly concert of the Citadel Square
Baptist Church. The services were opened by a
prayer aud appropriate address by the Rev. L. H.
Schuck, and the children, under the direction of
the accomplished organist, W. R. Pennal, Esq.,
sang several hymns with great fervor and purity
of style. The concert passed off very pleasantly,
and la a manner exceedingly gratifying to the
parentw, who witnessed the zealous efforts of
their children-to them, indeed, a labor of love.
THE CHARMING CHAPMAN SISTERS begin an
engagement of six nights, at Hibernian Hall, this
evening. Theseyouug "violets of the stage,''as
they have been aptly styled have already firmly
established themselves as favorites with the
Charleston public, and it is only ror the benefit of
..the strangers who are within our gates'' that we
need say that their acting is full or life, variety
and grace, and that they are fittingly supported
by a first-class company. And Bishop, that "ton
of merriment''-who can describe him? People
must see for themselves. The bill ror this evening
begins wi'h "My Precious Betsy," and concludes
with the gorgeous fairy burlesque and extrava?
ganza. "Thc Sleeping Beauty."
THE GERMAN LADIES' FAIR.-At a late hour
on Saturday evening, the workmen took posses?
sion of the Concert Hall at the Academy of Music,
and under their manipulations, the bare appear?
ance which the hall usually presents to the vo?
taries of skating was quickly changed. Large
stands were erected at short Intervals around the
walls or thc hall, and two tables at the head.
Upon these numbers or laughing girls and young
men went quickly to work, and in a brier space or
time decorated them In tasterul style, with
wreaths, rorms and devices, Ac, or evergreens,
relieved by a profusion of bright colored dowers.
At the head or the hail the word "Welcome."
worked In evergreens and flowers, and over
which two large flags, Amerlcau and German,
were gracefully festooned, completes the decora?
tion In that quarter In a beautiful and becoming
manner. The pillars supporting tha?gallery ap?
pear to be spiral wreaths or flowers and mo9s,
and add greatly to the general effect.
The Fair opens this evening, and to every one
weiccme, as inscribed In the hall, will be extend?
ed. lt is usua.ly sufficient lor our German
friends ?o undertake an affair or this sort to in?
sure its success; but the object of the present fair
appeals too strongly to the sympathies of our
people to need any other recommendation.
TRIBUTE OE RESPECT.
CHARLESTON, October 30, 1S70.
At a regular meeting ol' the Union Star Fire
Engine Company, held the above date, the follow
lug preanfole and resolutions were unanimously
' adopted :
Whereas, lt ha9 pleased Almighty God, In the
mysterious dispensation ofau All-wise Providence,
to remove rrom the scene or active and useru! pub?
lic labor, aud the exercise of social private virtues,
our beloved president, w. H. Mishaw; lt becomes
the sad duty of his surviving associates of thia
company to pay a formal testimonial t J his mem?
ory; be lt, therefore,
Resolved, That while we bow with submi-sion to
thc Divine decree, we deeply mourn the visitation
as au Irreparable loss to this company of an ex?
cellent and able o Ulcer, a genial and faithful per?
sonal friend and counsellor.
Resolved, That we cherish thc recollection of
that integrity of character, that frank and manly
bearing which so marked and distinguished him,
and*eek to emulate the example which they fur?
Resolved, further,-That we tender our sincere
sympathy and condolence to thc bereaved family
of our deceased president, whose affliction wc can
only hope to assuage by this evidence of our at?
tachment and of his worth-while we unite with
them in the hope of eternal happiness in thc
hiff-er sphere beyond.
Be it further resolved. That a copy of these
resolutions be tendered the adiicted family, and ,
that a page in our minute ho A be dedicated io j
the memory or the deceased.
Resolved. That these proceed lugs be published
in the Charleston daily papers.
* LEWIS G. BROWN, Secretary.
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BUSINESS NOTICE S.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 73c. and (wc. each, at No.
l?i King street; also at tbe Hasel street Bazaar.
octio-mtu CHAS. C. RIOOTER A Co.
COUNTRY DEALERS can purchase their Al?
bums at New York prices at the Hasel street Ba?
FTITT PICTURE ALBUMS, in velvet, SOc. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and 161 King stree:,
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, Ave
quires tor 50c, at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
181 King street. OCtlO-mtu
RUSTIC GOODS! RUSTIC Goons!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wau pockets, paper
stands, match safi>3, and fpicture frames. Hasel,
Street Bazaar and No. iel King street. oc:i8
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCBRY. juna
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
Is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
A CELEBRATED STARCH.-The following ls a
list of prize medals awarded the Messrs. Duryea
over ail competitors In Europe and this country
for "8opertor quaUty," "superior excellence,"
"perfection of quality," ' perfect purity," Ac, 4c:
First prize medal at World's Fair, London. 1S62;
Grand Exhibition, Paris, 1807; Hamburg, 1863;
Cologne, 1865; Havre, 186S; Amsterdam, Altona,
1869; and In the United States, at Maryland In?
stitute, 1859: and, also, at State, agricultural, and
other fairs daring the past twelve ycais. During
the last two months the first prize has been
awarded to this starch at^the Inter-Slate Fair at
Pittsburg, Pa.; and at the onio Fair at Cleveland,
for "perfect purity." This Is irrefutable testi?
mony, and consumers should take notice of the
fact, and, also, to bear in mind that the Messrs.
Duryea? have been successful competitors In
starch against the whole world. Remember the
name of Duryea's Satin Gloss aud Superior
Starch. " oct31-l
NOTICE.-The attention of capitalists, and
others at home and abroad, is called to the sale of
the valuable Rice and Cotton Plantations on Com
bahee River, South Carolina, to be sold under or?
der or the Court of Bankruptcy, In this city, on
Tuesday, the 1st or November next, at ii o'clock,
in fronter the Old Post?nico, at the root or Broad
The'"Green Point" Plantation ls one of the
most valuable on the "Combahee River," and pro?
duced for many years sixty-one (61) bushels or
rice to the acre.
The "Grove" and "Blanford" Plantations de?
serve also considerable attention, as not only good
places, but located In a section or the State near
which phosphates have been found, and which
probably underlie all these lands.
Wc are authorized to state that the plantation
adjoining Green Point, will shortly be advertised
ror sale under decree or the courts. This latter
place has formerly been included as a part of
Green Point Plantation. oct31-2
ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON*-A, Hot Lunch
every day rrom ll to 1 o'clock. Oysters served in
every style, day and night. . J. P. HORBACH.
oct;!7-lmo Proprietor. J
pa- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances or Mr. and Mrs. RICHARD CALD?
WELL and family, are respectfully Invited to at?
tend the Funeral Services or the former, at St.
Michael's Church, TO-MORROW MORNING, at half
past 9 o'clock, without further invitation.
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
"SOOTH CAROLINA," from New York, are hereby
notified that she is discharging cargo TO-DAY, at
Pier No. 2. Union Wharves. Goods uncalled ror at
sunset will be stored at expense and risk or Con?
signees. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
pSF- NOTICE.-ALL CLAIMS AGAINST
British Bark MARIA most be presented at the
oftlce of the Agents by 12 o'clock TUESDAY, No?
vember 1st. B. S. RHETT & SON,
pS- DURING MT ABSENCE FROM
the City or Charleston Iappolnt Messrs. WILLIAM
and EDWARD SCHACHTE as my Agents.
0Ct28-rmth3?_Rev. JNO. 0. SCHACHTE.
^NOTICE.- ALL PERSONS HAVING
Claims against the British Bark Crusoe, wrecked
in Folly Island Inlet, are hereby notified to pre?
sent them for adjustment at the office or D. JEN?
NINGS, No. 12 Broad street.
oct29 _E. A. MIX, Master.
^COTTON PRESSES ON UNION
WHARF.-The Press at East end of Shed on Union
Wharr will be known as "STEAMERS' PRESS,"
and that at the West end will retain the name or
Both Presses will be under the management of
the subscriber, assisted by Mr. McCABE.
Shippers or cotton wui please take note of the
several names or thc Presses, and draw up their
No change has been made Ir. the charge Tor
ps- NOTICE.-ON AND AFTER MON?
DAY, 31st October, the Steamer PILOT BOY will
make two trips each week through to Savannah,
leaving Charleston every MONDAY and THURSDAY
MORN INO, at 8 o'clock. Returning will leave Sa?
vannah every TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING, at
7 o'clock. J. D. AIKEN A CO.
tor Young Men ou Social Evils, and the propriety
er Impropriety or getting Married, with sanitary
help ror those who reel unfitted ror matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
. ^NOTICE 10 SHIPMASTERS AND
AGENTS OF VESSELS.-On and after THIS DAY
the rates for compressing Cotton, including
drayage to the vessel, will be seventy-five cents
(7ic.) per bile. SHIPS COTTON PRESS,
TYLER COTTON PRESS, .
oct26-6 "_Longitude Laue.
jZ39-OFFlCE OF CH ER AW AND SALIS?
BURY RAILROAD COMP AN Y-C Q E RAW, S. C.,
OCTOBER 2STH, 1870.-TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids are invited for GRADING the Cheraw and,
Salisbury Railroad, 'between Cheraw and Wades
boro", as far as located, say ; lSiimlles, com?
mencing at Cheraw.
Profiles and specifications will be shown, and all
necessary Inlorraatlon given by the undersigned
at Cheraw, S. C., rrom ihe 1st to the 21st Novem?
ber ensuing, when Litis proposed to let the con?
tract. GEORGE W. EARLE,
pSf A VOICE FROM THE KITCHEN.
Upwards of thirty professed cooks, many of them
hailing rrom the best hotels lu the United States,
have voluntarily come rorward and pronounced
RAND'S SEA MOSS FARINE the finest article ror
puddings, custards, blanc mange, creams, jel?
lies, and other favorite Items of the dessert that
has ever come under their notice.
So much ror the palatability of the new element
A still greater number or distinguished physi?
cians and scientific chemists Indorse it as a nu
trient ot the very highest class; while every
housekeeper who uses lt admits that lt is tull
fifty per cent, cheaper than malzena, farina, corn
starch, or any other preparation from corn or the
The new rood staple ia manufactured tinder a
patent, by the SEA MOSSFAKIXF. COMPANY, Ku.
63 Park Place; and in view or the above estab?
lished racts, it ls not surprising that their exten?
sive machinery Is kept running night and day to
supply a demand that ls rapidly becoming uni?
^Z?rHEADACHE, LANGUOR AND MEL?
ANCHOLY, generally spring rrom a Disordered
Stomach, Costiveness, or a Torpid Liver. Each
may readily be removed by Dr. D. JAYNE'S SAN?
ATIVE PILLS, a rcw doses or which will be round
to stimulate the Liver and Stomach to healthy ac?
tion, removing all biliousness, and producing reg?
ular evacuations of the bowels. Sold by all Drug?
gists. GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO., Wholesale
Druggists. Charleston, S. C._oct26-wrm3
^HEALTH, THE POOR MAN'S
riches, the rich man's bliss, is round lu AVER'S
MEDICINES, alter a fruitless search among other
remedies. A word to tne wise is smncieat.
^S-BATCHELOR'S HAIR DTE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best m the world
harmless, reliable, instantaneous, 'does not con?
tain lead, nor any vltalic poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not poasess.
The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has had thirty years' untarnished reputation tc
uphold its Integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by aU Druggists. Applied
at No. 16 Bond street, New York.
ps- OFFICE CITY TREAS HEY, OC?
TOBER 24, 1870.-Until the 3ls: Instant, CITY
TAXES for 1870 will he received at this office,
after which time tho penalty of twenty per cent.
will be added, and executions issued .to the
Sheriff. S. THOMAS.
oct29-2_ City Treasurer,
PS- OFFICE TREASURER CHARLES?
TON COUNTY, FIREPROOF BUILDING,
CHARLESTON, S. C., OCTOBER 29, 1870.-The
Books of this office wUl be closed on the 31st in?
All Taxes remaining unpaid at that time will be
subjected to a penalty of 20 per cent.
oct29 WM. GURNEY, County Treasurer.
PS- NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No.-74 BROAD STREET.-Money de?
posited on or before the 21st of November, will
draw interest from November 1st. Interest allow?
ed, and compounded In March, July and Novem?
ber, and on Special Deposits every thirty days.
All Deposits payable on demand, with interest
due. NATHAN RITTER.
ps- ESTATE THOMAS A HARVEY,
OF* ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK, FARMER.-All
persons having Legal Olalms against said Estate
will render the same attested, and those Indebted
will make immediate payment to C. J. CAIN,
Qualified Executor, Oakley P. O S. C.
^NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Charleston Land COMPANY will apply at the
next session or the Legislature ror a CHARTER
FOR A FERRY from the City or Charleston to
ScanlanvIUe, Remley's Point, and other points on
Wando River. occ22-2amo
pS- SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
FAIR.-Persons desiring to send articles for exhi?
bition at the approaching Fair or the "South Caro?
lina Institute," are notified that tba building ls
now ready for thc reception or goods.
The undersigned will be at his office on the Fair
?Grounds every day, between sunrise and sunset,
(Mintil the 1st November, for the purpose of receiv?
ing and entering articles for "exhibition" or
"competition for premiums."
Small packages can be left at the store of Messrs.
w. G. WHILDEN ACO-, corner Klag and Ben alain
streets. ?TM?NTAOU? O'RIMKE,
oct 23-4 _ Superintendent.
PB- AN AUTUMN SUGGESTION.
Now, as heavy togs arise and searching winds
commence to blow; now, as the human body,
exhausted like inanimate nature by the heats or I
summer, begin to wilt and droop; now, ere the
Inclement winter makes Its trying onset; now ls
the time tor a preparatory course or the best ac?
climating medicine in existence, HOSTETTER'S
Fever and Ague ls rampant in all parts of the
country. Quinine, the physicians admit, will not
quell the phase ol the disease which at tue pres?
ent pervades the entire West, lt is well that lt ls
so, for the remedy (so-called) is deadlier than
the malady. But if quinine ls Inefficient lu inter?
mittent revers, Hosteler's Bitters ls Irresistible.
It would be safe to make a contract, under heavy
penalties, that any given "Fever-and Ague Di?
trict" should be exempted from trie disorder for
any particular time, provided every inhabitant
would take thc Bitters according to dlrections,dur
mg the term of the contract. There has never beon
an Instance tn which this sterling invirroraut and
anti-lebrUe medicine has railed lo ward orr the
complaint, when taken duly us a protection
against malaria Hundreds of Physicians have
abandoned all the officinal specifics and now pre?
scribe this harmless vegetable tonic, and nothing
else, as a preventivo and cure ror all 'lie forms of
chills and rever. Vigor Is the thing most needful
in these cases, as well as In dyspepsia and ner?
vous affections, and Hosteler's Bluers are the
sarest, surest, and most wholesome strengthening
preparation that human skill has yet concocted.
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, an old German Tonic._
^e-UPPMAJS'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, the mest delightrul and effective in the
MJPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN B1T
TERS strengthens the debilitated._
ps- LIPPMANN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS cures female complaints.
MJPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures .-never well" people.
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS will give an appetite._Jnnio-fmw
PS- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
Kew York. dec?s
r* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt or 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE. No. 120 Lexington avenne, New
ps-k GRAND EPOCH LN SCIENCE.
From the time when, m 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing lu the history ot Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians tn treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, i: was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin. MAX ERNST HENRY, into Pros
ala, and from thence to tue United States. No
thing else or the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better.??after only one
dose hat been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-iEditor "Argus." Jnnl7 lyr
?r)ino, Crockers, #c.
-yrrM. G. WHILDEN & co.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
HOL ESALE CROCKERY, CHINA
LOM NO. 137 MEETING STREET TO No. 39
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.
Mn W. S. LANNEAU will have the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under his charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will bc lound 3t
the RETAIL STORE, No. 266 KING STREET, cor?
ner Beaufain, and will manage that branch.
Our customers and friends will find a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS at both Store? a: REA
\VX. G. WH?LDBS..S. THOU-.-, JR.. W. S. LANNBA".
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
NO. 2 9 HATNE3JSIKEET,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.?
SILVER AND PLATED WARS
rCUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
NO. 255 KING STREET,
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN ? O.OJ.
)JpUE0HQOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection ba town.
1 case of fine DRESS GOODS at 20c, worth 80c
. l case of Plain Poplins, our own importation,
.only 25c, worth 37 Kc
1 case of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
worth 60. '
lease of % Black and White Poplin eily 25c,
worth 40c. ?
1 case of Empress Cloths, ta all colors, only 65c,
celebrated Lenos make.
A large stock of the celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at very low figures.
All colors io Twilled MertnoB, 4-4, at 85 to ?Oe
25 pieces Irish Silk Poplins at |L worth *t 50.
A grand selection of Albanate Striped, Plain and
Repped Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
io pieces of Heavy Black Silk at $2. worth $250.
Also, a fine selection of Colored Silks, Colored
and Black Velvetlnes and Velvets.
A fall assortment of the latest styles Derby
Shawl Salts. oct31
JT^URCHQOTT', BENEDICT & CO..
No. 214 KING STREET.
l case Black and White Large SHAWLS, only
$2 25, worth $3.
1 case Black and White Doable Shawls, only
$4 25, worth $5.
^ 1 case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
A full selection of other Shawls from 75c to $10.
3 cases of good quauty Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
A full assortment of latest style Cloaks. oct3i
J-1?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths, Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, CasBl
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
1 case of double width English Waterproof
Cloth, only $1, worth $1 50. Call In tune to se
"piTJRCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,
NO. 241 KING STREET.
1 case OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 and 50c,
Red and White Flannels, from|25c up.
100 pair White Blankets, lo 4, at $3 50, worth $5.
loo bair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $5, worth
$7. Our Blanket stock being very large, and
bought direct from the factory, it will be for the
benefit of those ta want of Blankets to give ns the
first call. oc3l
JirjROHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
HOSIERY DEPART ME Njr^.
A full assortment of Hocker's SHOPPERS*
Wax A Son's Bulbrlgans, sold at importing prices.
100 dozen of the celebrated "Viaeste" Kid
Gloves at $l, quality warranted.
The only place to get the celebrated French
make nf Coupe Jouvln and Alexander Derrent Kid
Gloves-fit and quality guaranteed.
A full Une of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
Sti ip;ii and Plaid always on hand.
25 cartoons o' Black and Colored Velvet Rib?
bons, at prices to defy competition.
A full assortment of FURS on band. oc'31
-pirjRCHGOTT, BENEDICT* CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
so rolls of two and three-ply CARPETS will be
sold 20 per cent, below their value.
Rugs. Mats, Oil Cloths-large variety. oct31
ijarbroarc, CntUrn, tot.
Just received per English bark Annie Kimball,
and in Store, a fine assortment of Boys' Single
and DOUBLE GUNS, Breech Loading Guns, Duck
Guns, Dixon's Powder Flasks and shot Pouches,
Ac, and a select stock of Jos. Rodgers A Son's
Balanced Handle Dessert and Dinner Knives,
Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Razors.
Now landing per brig Gove from Liverpool, a
fine lot of ENGLISH t'OTWARE, consisting of
Ovens, Pots, Spiders, Ac.
In Store and arriving a full stock of PLOUGHS,
Corn Shellers, Hay Cutters, Cultivators, Harrows,
and other Agricultural Implements, which, to?
gether with the above, are offered at the lowest
market rates, at wholesale and retail.
SAM'L. R. MARSHALL,
Agent for the Dodge's Perfect Ploughs,
And Ellerbe's Transplanters.
No. 314 Kiug street, corner or Socletv,
octSl-6 Sign of the Big Gun.
Milliners, Santv ?0000, toe.
jyjADEMOISELLE ESTELLE HAAS,
NO. 194 KING STREET,
Respectfully informs the Ladles that she will
open TUTS DAT, the 23th instant, a handsome as?
FALL AND WINTER BONNETS, AND HATS,
FLOWERS. FEATHERS AND RIBBONS.
FINE FRENCH CORSETS.
A full assortment or
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
Cloaks on hand and made to order.
In all Its brandies, promptly attended tov
Country orders receive special attention.
oct22-lmwf2mos No. 304 King street.
Saboles ano fairness.
Q ADDLES, HARNESS, SADDLERY
HARDWARE, CARRIAGE MATERIALS, Ac.
R. T??OMLINSON ii CO.,
Importers and Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Atteutlon ls called to our extensive stock In
the above line, which we offer on favorable
Agents for the American DOUBLE-ACTING.
NON-FKEEZINO FORCE PUMP, adapted to deep
wells, the cheapest and best Pump in use.
oct23-7 No. 137 MEETING-STREET.
Soots, Shoes, tot.
O'NEILL & SONS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 33 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C. >
StoDcs, Ranges, tot.
HEATING STOVES. FOR SALE BY WM. SHEP?
HERD A CO., No. 24 HAYNE STREET AND No. 33
PLNCKNEY STREET. m
fraction Qak?~~?n?iTe 4Ba?s.
By H UT SO if IEE,
MULES AND HORSES. '
. aT be eold, at the cornet of Broaa mi
SeSkS? 0D TUESDAT. November l, atii
(5) Ave good MULES
J2) two Work Hornes.
Bj J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRITERS
and all Concerned-Hall and Cargo of tho
British Bark Crusoe, as she now lies at folly isl.
and Inlet; also, materials saved from said" wreok.
consisting of Anchors. Chains, Blocks, Sails. Rone?
Ship Stores. Ac. ?
On TUESDAY MORNING, 1st November, flt lt
o'clock, will be sold at Customhouse Stores, for
account of underwriters and all concerned,
HULL and CARGO of British bark CRUSOE, as
she now Hes at Folly leland Inlet; and, immedi?
ately after, materials above mentioned saved front
N. B. Tlds sale ls in lieu of that advertised by.
Captain Mix for this day.
Conditions cash on delivery._? octal
By J. FRASER MATHEWES. ' ~~
FURNITURE OF THE CALDER HOUSE,
corner of Church and Queen streets. '
Will be sold off the above premises TUESDAY
next, 1st November at io o'clock,
The entire FURNITURE of the Hotel, consisting
of Tablea, Chans. Crockery, Cutlery, Handsome
Rosewood. French and other Bedsteads, Mohair
Sofas, Tete-a-Tetes, Lounges; Wardrobes, Wash?
stands, Centre Tables, Large Brasseis and other
Carpets, Mattresses, Pillows and Blankets, Cook?
ing stove-and Kitchen Utensils, and many other
Terms cash._'_ oct26
By W. Ti LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS.
OAK GROVE TAVERN AND THE AD?
JOINING FARM, CHARLESTON NECK.
On TUESDAY, the flrat day of November, will
be sold at Auction at the Old Postofflce, at ll
OAK GROVEN TAVERN, situated on the Mata,
Road, four miles from the Courthouse; measuring
216 feet on State Road. and 520 feet deep. Upon the
premises is a two story Wooden Building.
The FARM.adjotaing to the north, containing ?
acres, now under cultivation, next JO Foar-Mlle
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, se?
cured by mortgage, with interest. Purchaser to
pay for papers._oct27-thmtn3
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
ON TUESDAY, FIRST OF NOVEMBER'
next, at ll o'clock A. M., we w;h offer for
sale at Old. Postofflce, Broad street;
All that LOT OF LAND, with Buildings thereon,
located in City of Charleston, S. C.. on north side
of Liberty street, midway between King and St.
Phillp streets. Lot measures 30 feet front, more
or less, by 28 feet on back line, and 99 feet" in
depth, more or less. ,
Conditions cash. Purchaser' to pay for papers
By A. C. Mc GILL IV AR Y^
REBECCA J. COUTURIER, EXEC?
.TRIX of Dr. J. J. Couturier, Plaintiff, vs.
Samuel W. Palmer, Defendant In the Ctammou
By virtue of an order of the_Hon. R. n. Carpen?
ter, Judge of the First Circuit, in the above case,
I will expose for sale at Public Auction, on MON?
DAY, the 7th day of November, at ll o'clock A M.,
ta front of the Old Customhouse,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate ta St. Stephen's Parish, ta the Coan'y of
Charleston, State of South Carolina, measuring
and containing seven hundred and twenty eight
acres of high Land, more or less, and thc swamp
Land adjoining on the Santee River. Butting and
bounding north partly on Mrs. Snowden's Land,
partly on the Santee River, east on Lands now or
late of John Palmer and Robert M. Palmer, south
on Land now or late of Robert M.. Palmer, west on
Land of Mrs. Snowden; and having such metes
and bounds as are delineated ta a man of survey*
made of the same at the request of Joseph Palmer,
Administrator of Estate of John Palmer, Jr., de?
ceased, by T. Sessions, surveyed the 18th of De?
cember, 1833. . . . . ?
Terms of Sale-So much cash as will pay the cost
of the proceedings for judgment and foreclosure,
and the balance in one year upon bond, wl'h in?
terest at the rate of seven per cent per annum,
pavable annually, secured by mortgage of the.
premises. E. w. M. MACKEY,
OCgtjng_Sheriff Charleston County.
Auctioneer, Savannah Ga.
wm be sold, on the first TUESDAY ta De?
cember next, before tha Courthouse door, In Chat?
ham County, between the legal hours of sale,. .
The RICE PLANTATION of the late JohnD.
Mongin, situated on the north bank of the Great
Ogeechee River, In Chatham County, and consist?
er about three hundred acres of Rice Land: and,
seven hundred and eighty-nine acres of ni Rh Land,
more or less. Sold free from all lncumbrances.
Sold by order or the Court or Ordinary or Chatham
County, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of
the estate or the said John D. Mongin.
Terms-One-third cash, one-third ta six months
and one-third in twelve months, secured by mort?
gage on the premises. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. CHARLES N. WEST,
MARGARET M. SCHWARTZ, TRUSTEE
and Assignee, vs. JAMES E. WALKER.
In the Common Pleas, Charleston County.
By virtue of a judgment ta the above entitled ac?
tion, the subscriber, as Referee, will sell at tte old.
Postofflce, foot of Broad street, ta Charleston, on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th day or November next, at
ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate on the north side or Market street, in
the City or Charleston, and known as numbera
ninety-six (96) and ninety-eight (93,) measuring In
front on Market street twenty-seven (27) feet, on
the east Une extending to the north eighty (80)
feet, thence east thirty-three (33) feet, thence north -
sixty-three feet nine Inches (63 feet 9 inches,) and
on the north line, from east to west, eighty-eight
(SS) feet, thence running south sixty-three - feet
nine inches (63 feet 9 inches,' thence east twenty
eight (28) feet, and from thence on the west line
running south eighty (M) feet; butting and bound?
lng to the east on Lands now or late of N. F. Petit
and Walkers, to the north on Land now or late of
E. Adams, to the west on Lands now or late of
Leng. Sllcox and others, and to the south on Mar?
Terms-Cash enough to pay $1312 25, and also
the costs and disbursements in the action; the
balance payable on or before March 16,1873, se?
cured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, bond bearing interest at ?"?ven per cent,
payable annually until tho debt be paid. Property
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pav Referee for stamps and papers.
oct24-mwe ASHER D.COHEN, Referee.
SUctumeers' ?primate Salis, tot.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
AT PRIVATE ?-ALE-FOUR PLANTA
- TIONS, adjoining each other, belonging to
the Estate of Logan, known as "Dungannon,"
?.Berry Hill," "Chisolm's" and ?'Meyers,''situated 9
ta the forks or Wlltown and Savannah Roads,
thirteen miles from Charleston, in St. Paul's-.
Parish, containing about 2600 acres, well adapted,
to the culture or cotton, rice and provisions, and.
well timbered, good drainage on Log Bridge and.
Wallace's Creeks, and good lauding for 'chodherg
on the latter place. On the place ls a large dwell?
ing and outbuildings. The Savanuah and Charles?
ton Railixad divides the tract into two equal
The PINE LAND SUMMER SETTLEMENT, near
tlie above, known as "Mill Brook" or "Logan?
ville," containing about 600 acres. oct31-mw0
By J. FRASER MATHEWES,
Real Estate Broker, No. 56 Broad Street*
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS ol best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
Netospapsrst ?flag?ijincs, tot.
VOLUME II-No. I.
yr O W READY.
LABOR, by Hon. Alfred Huger.
Is the South a Stock Country?-by D. Wyatt
Texas Istle ta England-by Alex. s. McRae, of
Coffee and Coffee Culture-by F-.
Suggestive Experience in Farming-by A M.
Best Culture for the South,-by Thoa. O. Clemson.
And many other Interesting articles, fining
sixty-four royal octavo pages of folio reading
m^The RURAL CAROLINIAN ls de
voted to the .lovelopinent of the ajgriculW?L
tcX? end not to be found In any other magazine
Subscription. $2 per annum, injadya-iee. T
AASi WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
seD26 Charleston, S. C.
LEMJNG'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They ? ~? purely vegetable, safe and sure. Tho
best ta nae. For sale br Dr. H. BABB,. -
So. 131 Meeting stTeet,
00ti Wholesale Agent