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^ Meeting* This Day.
Pythagorean Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Agricultural Society of South Carolina, at half
past 7 P. li.
Young America Fire Company, at 7 P. IL
Auction Smles This Day.
A. J. White & Son will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old postomce, real estate.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at io o'clock, at ttie
Calder House, balance of furniture, Ac.
John C. ?Lluor A Co. will seU at io o'clock, at
their store, ladles' hats, dry goods, Ac.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, hosiery, Ac
PERSONAL.-Senor Moneada, Spanish Consul
at this port, returned to the city on the steamer
Champion, and ls staying at the Mills House.
SALB OP BEAL ESTATE.-Messrs. Lowndes A
Grimball sold on Tuesday a house and lot on Park
street, near the fair grounds, for $365.
HELD FOR POSTAGE.-A letter addressed to
Mrs. S, 8; Calhoun ?3 held for postage in the Ss-,
THE MOUNT PLEASANT FERRT_Attention ??
Invited to tbe cnange of schedule to be observed
by the Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's Island
Ferry during fair week.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-The board ol control
of the Confederate Widews' Home gratefully ac
knowledge the receipt of two hundred and sixty
two dollars and sixteen cents, a donation from
Messrs. A. Gage A Co.
"^o ! FOR FORT SUMTER.-The pleasant little
steamer Pocosin will make dally trips to Fort
Sumter this week for th* accommodation of visi
tors to the fair. For particulars, see advertise?
ment in another column.
THE FAIR TRAINS-The train*: of fair ones>
who visit the Fair to day, if the weather be fdr,
will not forget that the Fair trains at the South
Carolina Railroad, start from the Line street and
not the Ann street depot.
THE SHERWOOD JOCKEY CLUB.-The annual
meeting of this club will begin on Wednesday.
December 21, and continue for three days. Full
particulars will be found m our advei Using
STREBT CARS FOR THEATL ""OERS.-The
president of the Street Railway ^mpany has
directed that cars shall be in walting every night
for the accommodation of visitors to the Academy
of ituaic, and the Hibernian Hall plaj-goers. Tola
ls a move in the right direction.
ACCIDENT TO A STEAMSHIP. -The steamship
C. W. Lord, which put into this port while on her
passage from Havina for New York, and under?
went some repairs, brose her crank pin after
leaving this port tor New York, and has been
towed into Savannah by the steamship Herman
A RARE CHANCE FOR ADVERTISERS.-During
the present week Charleston will be crowded with
strangers, and very large extra editions of THE
NEWS will be issued to meet 'he unusual demand.
Now is the time for our merchants and business
men to avail themselves of our advertising space
anti reap a hundredfold advantage therefrom. A
word to the wise, Ac.
STRANGERS in the city desiring to subscribe
to the best and cheapest newspaper In the South.
will call at our office and have their names en?
tered for the DAILY, TRI-WEBELY, or WEEKLY
THE DAILY NEWS, for one year. fe co
Tps TRI-WEBELY NEWS, for one year. 4 00
THE WEEKLY NEWS, for one year. 2 oo
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.-A colored man named
Thomas Pinrkney met with a terrible accident at
Mr. Washer's plantation, Pine Comfort, in St.
James Goose Creek, about thirty-live miles from
Charleston. Pinckney was caught ia a thresh?
ing mill, and his arm torn od below the elbow,
the elbow joint and shoulder joint being dislo?
cated. He was brought to the Charleston City
Hospital, where the arm was amputated above
the elbow by Dr. J. Somers Bulit. The patient
has every attention and ls doing well.
COTTON FOR LIVERPOOL.-The wharves ol
our city at present show qui e a scene of activity,
in the number of vessels discharging and loading.
Among the latter are a number of flrst-class ves?
sels for foreign ports. Three are ready for Liver?
pool with the following cargoes: British bark
Maria, cleared by B. S. Rhett A Son, with 1841
bales upland cotton, and 345 tons phosphate rock.
The bark Xenia, by Street Bros. A Co., with 3
bags sea Island, 2414 bales upland cotton, 223 tons
phosphate rock and 9 barrels beeswax; and the
bark John Fyfe, by Willis A Chisolm, with 2120
bales upland, cotton.
Hotel Arrival*-november 8.
G. McD. Stoll, Florence; S. Morrison, Colum?
bia: W. C. Anderson, South Caroona; R. W. Had
.don, Abbeville; J. W. Pratt, Due West; J. A. Dick?
son, Diamond Hill; J. B. Walker, Louisville; F. F.
Carroll and Son, Midway; M. Landbolt, J. W.
Denny, G. A. Bowers, A. R. Lind h ott, Bamberg;
J. Keith, C. Keith, Timmonsvllle; K. D. Charles
and lady, Miss Charles Darlington; M. J. Rice. L
.A. Peacock, Smithville; E. H. Whitney, Uulon;
F. Preener, Oraugeburg; J. M. Haseldeau, Flor
-ence; J. D. McArthur, Bennettsrllle: A. McNabb,
Halifax; N. M. Simmons, Baxter's Bridge; F. P.
Bland, Augusta; A. B. Coburn. Hardceville.
J. D. McLuces, Marion; James Monroe, Coln:u
.bia; L. P. Smith, Chi 1st Church; J. W. Fcriter,
Sumter; James B. Moore, Augusta; J. B. Jones,
Elliott County, Ga.; R. B. H Ubers li am, Savannah;
James P. Boyce, Greenville; Thoma? P. Stovall,
Augusta; R. Hahn, New York; C. Theodore Grif
fl th. Washington; J. S. Hair, E. c. Jones, O. L
.SchumUet, Newberry; G. H. Kcrnagbaa, J. P.
Fox. M. J. Jones, Augusta; IL R. Flann'ghan,
Fairfield; W. E. D. Read, Due We t; Mrs. K. W.
Davis, Newberry; Dr. T. T. Moore, TL C. Wright,
Columbia; G. H. Hope, Barnwell; M. L. Cooper,
Fairfield; Thomas Sessions, Kershaw, R. W. La?
tham, New York: J. K. Rabb, L. D. Owens, U. W.
Parr, Fairfield, J. B. Harrison J. C. Wardlaw. An?
derson; Du Bose Eggleston, Wlnosboro; E. H.
At*ll, Chester; L. F. Conuor. Abbevl'le; Dr. 0. J.
Bond aud two ladle?, Marion; John Slmktns
Jones, Virginia; W. D. Eltis, Atlanta; George S.
Douglas, W. L. DePasH, Camden; H. B.Johnson,
Mississippi; T. R. E McCutclien, R. C. McCu'che,,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Edmons'on. Nirth Carolina;
D. P. McNamara, Orangeburu: M. stratton, Na h
ville; A. Kempson, Aiken; Thomas P. Hunting?
ton, Helena; Johns. Moore r, L it. Beckwith, John
F. Riley, Jamison's; G. N. Loring. Sumter; Robert
Douglass. Jr.. Augusta; G. W. Sellers, Marysville;
J. Herbert, Newberry; R. -Murchison, W. N. Be?
rtie*. T. C. Moody, R. AlforJ, E. L. McCoanac,
Marion; J. W. Mims, Texas; Christopher Mejer,
N?W York: S. McPherson 3i?d daughter.
Florence; J. W. Bethea and lady. J. S. Bethea, D.
McLaurln. Miss H. McCall, Mies Jane McLaurtn,
Mrs. J. W. Dillon, Little Rock; Philip Gaylord,
New York; Edward Pepper, Philadelphia; Samuel
R. Smith, Baltimore; D. s. McSeer, South Caroli?
na; Charles W. James, W. Johnson, Columbia; D.
R. Lambson. Ashley; J. w. Ferguson, Darlington;
-R. H. Hudson, Salter's; Joseph A. Yates, South
Carolina; S. MUler, A. G. David. Meadvale; T. S.
Mack, Iowa; G. Ferrox, Pottsville; ll. Terry. Rich?
mond; W. Wilson. Brunswick.
Wm. Elliott, Alfred Williams. Beaufort ; P. H.
.Smith. Augusta: C. S. Holmes, Atlanta; J. S. Lol
lip, Anderson; P. H. Sullivan, Augusta; J. W.
West, Wm. Brewer, Kentucky; Fiant. Arnim and
wife. South Carolina; E. A. Bronson and wife,
Miss Bronson, Barnwell; W. J. Graver and wife,
James O. Felton, Chicago; Major Ctrl Benson, A.
Berg, Edisto; E. H. Hampton and wi e, Boston;
Wm. J. Verdler, B. B. Sams, Beaufort; Phil Hane
ma^ New York; Alfred B. Set:, R. B. Rhett, Sr..
South Carolina; W. A. Lee and lady, Abbeville; H.
Rogers, New Orleans.
THAT ELECTION BUSINESS.
Thc Facts and Gossip of Yesterday.
The DeLarge faction are still In high spirits,
walle the Bowen party look beautllnlly hine, de
spite their intention to protest the election In
Beaufort County, which movement, if successful,
would give Mr. Bowen the seat for which he has
worked so hard. Mr. DeLarge counts confidently
on the support of the State Government if any
trouble Is brewed In Washington, and expects to
have three Congressmen and one Senator from
South Carolina a9 his defenders at the National
Capital. As a race question, both Elliott and
Rainey will stand by DeLarge, and Mr. Wallace is
expected to do no less than his colored colleagues.
It is understood, besides, that whoever is elected
to the United S:ate3 Senate, in the place of Sena?
tor Robertson, will bc required to pledge himself
to the tupper: of Mr. DeLarge. The colored mem?
bers will have a majority in the next Legislature,
and they, as we are told, are determined to stick
to their own people.
THE CASE OK ISAAC WHITE.
Isaac White, the colored man, whose arrest was
noticed in TUE NEWS or yesterday, appeared be?
fore the United States commissioner yesterday
morning to answer to the charge of illegal yoting,
and of beting as a manager o' elections In Bean
fort County when he himself was not a qualified
voter. M. P. O'Cennor, Esq., counsel for White,
arter she charges .had been stated and the wit.
uesses for the prosecution examined, n oved that
the prisoner be discharged upon the ground thai
the evidence for tue prosecution showed him to
be innocent. Thi< motion was refused, and when
it was proposed to adduce testimony for the de?
fence, the commissioner declined to hear it upon
the ground that the case was closed, and that the
evidence showed that White had voted illegally,
although without Intention of fraud. The com?
missioner required ba<! m the sum of $10,500 for
the appearance of White at the January term of
the United states Court. This bail was objected
to 33 being excessive, and the accused wa? re?
moved on a writ or habeas corpus to the United
States Distict Court, where Judge Bryan ordered
that the bail be reduced to $500. The accused
gave the required bsll and was released.
Warrants have been Issued for the arrest of
several other persons who are charged with ?lola'
ting the election laws.
THE MOVEMENTS OF MR. BOWEN.
Rumor is wrong again. Mr. Bowen, Instead ot
taking a pleasure trip to Louisville or Washing?
ton, is still in Charleston, making preparations to
contest the election of Mr. DeLarge, before the
board of State canvassers, on the ground or sys?
tematic and deliberate fraud, and soforth.
THE ARREST OF THE BEAUFORT COMMISSIONERS.
The arrival of the steamer Pilot Boy, at a
inarter-past ten o'clock on Tuesday night, with
Messrs. Lang ey, Gleaves and Williams, the com?
missioners of ejections for Beaufort County, cans
id some stir in the rank9 of the Bowen and
DeLarge factions. The commissioners were arrest?
ed under the provisions of "an act to enforce the
1ght or the citizens or the United States to vote
n the several States of the Union." and were in
he custody of United States Deputy MarsTial Ful
er. Upon their landing they were taken to the
ifflcc of United States Commissioner Porte?os,
rhere the rollowing affidavit, upon which the
rarrant or arrest was issues, was read :
?fate or South Carotina, County and City of
Personally appeared before me this 29th day of
)ctobcr, 1870. Isaac Reid, a citizen of the United
states, who. being du:v sworn, deposes and says:
rbat certain parties, to wit: s. L. Langley. R. H.
Cleaves and Alfred Williams, of Beaurort County,
lld. on or about the 27th Instant, tamper and In?
ertere wftu the ballots ol the election that took
dace on the 19th instant, and lu which a Con
tre>sman of the Uni ed States was to be elected,
ind prays tiint a warrant, may be Issued against
he said parties. Iiis
ISAAC M KEIO.
Sworn to before me, this 20th dav of October,
870. JOHN P. PORTEUS,
United Staic-) Commissioner.
Reid, we believe, was a candidat; for county
.?ommissioner on the Bowen ticket at the late
ilection. and can neither read nor write.
It will be noticed that the charco Ls couched In
he most general t- rms, but the accused were
?eremptorily ordered to be cm idtted in delault
ir ball, to the amount or $lo,too each, for their
ippearance to-morrow lor a p>cllmiiiary exami
?atloti. The friend* of tin- accused, lt being arter
nldnlght, called In the professional assistance or
tfr. M. P. O'Connor. When that gentleman ap?
peared he asked that the prisouers be heard, but
this was dented to them and their counsel. Com?
missioner Porteus Insisted upon the $10,000 bail,
and the proposed bondsmen were produced.
When one or the bondsmen swore that lie
was worth over ten thousand dollars in
real estate above his debts and liabilities and
h' mestead exemption, the commissioner was not
satisfied, asked the amount of taxes he paid, and,
finally, demanded to see the deeds of his properly.
Mr. F. wai offored a bail for another of the com
missioners, but the commissioner rejected him
upon the ground that he was already upon one
bond for $ io,ooo. anl declined taking him as
further surety. Mr. O'connor's objection to HUB
ruling was not sustained. Another bondsman was
rerused because, thougli he w.ts worth the needed
amount or rr al estate In tue S' ate, he was not
possessed or lt lu the City or Charleston. This ob?
jection, however, was aub eju ntly waived by thc
commissioner, aud bou -s weie ?lven afcjhair-past
2 A. M. in the sum of $3 >,ooo by freWdders to
answer fur the appeuraucc or the three commis?
sioners, L. S. Langley, R. H. Cleaves ana Alex.
Williams, before the United Stated Commissioner
st ll A. M. to-day. ^
THE Fits YESTERDAY MORNING.-A fire
broke out at halfp.ist 3 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing in the house at thc corner ol Morris street
and Jasper Court, belonging to Mr. Groobmann,
and occupied by a colored family named Coffin.
The alarm bell did not r.ng until some time alter
th- a'arm had been given, and by the time that
the t!remen arrived, thc fire had gained headway
SJ rapidly tim lt was impossible to save either
the house In which the fire originated, or the ad
Mr lu;* house, lu Jasper Court, owned by Mr
Perry, and occupied by a colored family named
Dennison. Both houses were insured.
TUE STATE DENTAL ASSOCIATION.-This asso?
ciation met, according to adjournment, at io
o'clock yesterday morning. A paper was read by
Dr. Chup< iu on alveola abscess, which led to an
Interesting discussion In whl'-h Drs. Patrick,
Rodrlgusand Moore, and others, took part. Dr.
Rodrigues then introduced a young lad. ror the
purpose of demonstrating thc operation of rorm
1'ig un artificial p date, and spoke at some length
In etplanailoL or various noteworthy operations
which he had performed norn time to limp. The
assiclatlon then adjourned to meet again at io
o'clock, this morning, when Dr. Rodrigues will
read an essay ou secondary hemorrhage of the
UNITED STATES Cot RT-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN,
Jenes, PRESIDING.-The District Court was open?
ed at il A. M. Wednesday, an l the rollowing busi?
ness deposed cf:
lt was ordered thr.t hearing In the case or
Schachte A Toohey, bankrupts, be postponed
until Monday, the nth Instant.
It was ordered th'-.t the Hinds In court repre?
senting one mule aud a wugon, round in the pos?
session orw. H. Brookbank. Anderson, S. C., bo
condemned Tor violation or revenue law. The
balance, arter paying costs, remain In court to
abide Us dccWion.
In the matter or the United States against one
wagon aud two horses, Juo Gasnell. claimant, the
property was ordered to be condemned, and the
balance ol the rund, arter paying costs, be held
by the court.
In the matter or James B. Jarrott, executor, pe?
tition to set aside appraisement of land, lt was
ordered that a copy of said petition be served on
Messrs. Rutledge A Young, to answer or demur
In thirty days. ? .
Isaac Wtdte, arrested on the charge of illegal
voting, sued out a habeas cc pus and was releas?
ed on $soo ball to answer at the January term of
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TUE NEWS Job Office
13 now prepared to rurnlsh good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
Tiffi DiSIlT?TE FAIR.
A HAPPY COMBINATION OF IN?
STRUCTION AND MIRTH.
THE PREPARATIONS FOR THE TOURNA?
Additional Entries-The Joyoiu Crowd
-An Exciting Race-The Programme
. SECOND DAV.
About ten o'clock yesterday momias; the
visitors came pouring into the gates at the Fair
Grounds, and at each arrival of the tram on the
branch of the South Carolina Railroad large addi?
tions were made to the company already assem?
bled. Rutledge avenue, above the terminus of
the street car line, presented a gay and lively
appearance throughout the morning with its
throngs of pedestrians, and vehicles of all shapes
and styles. Before noon the grand hall was
I thronged with eager sight-seers, bu3y among the
wonders on exhibition, and interesting young
couples slowly perambulating among the array
Ci tables and enjoying quiet conversations. Mul?
ler's Band was promptly on duty, and from t>j
lotty stand entertained tue moving throngs with
popular and select pieces or music.
The heat of the sun compiled the. ladies, who
comprised a large rortlon of the visitors, to keep
to the hall, and the sterner s?x, remaining as a
matter pf course to k^ep their c.mpany, the at
tendance was large throughout the morning. The
exhibition, from the additional entries which had
been mad?, was larger and, more impressive than
on the preceding" day, and the visitors Of Monday
were surprised at each turn by something new
and wonderful that they had not yet seen. Among
the newly-entered articles we examined a splen?
did lot of leather, exhibited by Wat ?es A Co.. of
Colum bia, and prepared by the new tanning pro?
cess invented by Dr. C. F. Fanknin, of this city.
The same amount of grease is U3ed in this pro?
cess as in the old, and the superiority of Mr.
Panknin's method becomes evident to every ob?
server, from the liner Un Ms, more flexible nature,
and neater appearance or the leather. The supe?
riority is not confined to trie calfskins, but is
seen In the coarser leather, and ls still more appa,
rent in the ur. finished calfskin, where the pecu?
liar merits of the process show to the greatest ad?
In this neighborhood our attention was caught
by the guttering showcase of Mr. James E. Spear,
who has lately entered into competition with a
splendid assortment of cut-glass and silver-ware.
His tea sets, pitchers and goblets, and magnificent
pudding dish, all in the most finished and tasteful
style, make up one or the most attractive stands
m the hall. Near him ls the fine array or silver
and china-ware on exhibition by Mr. Wm. G. WbU
den, whose stand shows this morning two fine
water coolers, a beautiful se: of decorated china,
cut-glass decanters and tumblers, and all vari?
eties ol porcelain and crockery-ware. The show?
case is resplendent with ornamental vases and
fancy bijouterie of every description and fully
sustains the reputation of the handsome estab?
lishment or Mr. Whllden, a: the corner of King
and Beaufain streets.
The elaborately embroidered opera cloak spoken
of in our issue of yesterday as entered by Mr. Mc
Latn, was really entered by Mm. Wm. McLaln.
whose work It ls, and who is en'itled to all the
credit due the exhibitor of so handsome a specimen
of home taste and skill.
The stoves of Mr. McDuff Cohen which we have
before noticed, are not the only thing on exhibi?
tion by bim, as will be seen on rererence to his
table covered with tin-ware or domestic manufac?
ture. His canisters, pans, Ac, are neatly and
substantially made, not to speak or that newly in?
vented guano distributor-bearing a suspicious
resemblance to a noisy instrument we have seen
and heard before.
Wandering on In search or novelties we noticed
the specimens or hair chignons and curls, exhlb
ted by the Mls>C3 Ashton. They were tasiefoliy
got up in the latest fashion and were shyly
scrutinized by the reralniue portion of the visitor*,
who boldly admired the neighboring showcase
or Mrs. Zernow, with Its lovely hats and exquis?
ite lace capa -
Near the scientific department a set or queer
looking, heavy old mahogany boxes attracted our
attention, which, along with a deeanter and huge
tumbler, were specimens or furniture or the
oldentlme. Every article was massive and sub?
stantial, and strongly contrasted with the cheap,
tawdry; style ofthe present era.
Georgia has entered into competition with ber
domestic produce also,r(and the basket or huge
yam potatoes, from Mr. D. I. EdenBeld. promises
well for her success In this department.
Near the phosphates we noticed an ingenious
glass butter churn, working with a craak. and a
practical-locking cider press, exhibited by Dr. G.
E. ManigauhV ?
Several bales of short cotton, on exhibition by
G. W. Williams A Co., attract the attention of all
planlers by theneataad convenient style ia which
they are prepared.
In the agricultural and machine department the
show or Implements and Inventions, which was
large on the Ant day, hus betn greatly increased
.-ince, and we advise ali who are at all interested
to go and examine them for themselves. The Yir
gii.ia cotton and hay press, to be worked either by
na'td or ho*se-power, attracts an ea lion by Its
hage s ze and wonderful power or compression.
It took the premium at the Augusta Pair, and en?
ables a single mun to press 450 or 500 pounds or
cotton lato a bale.
In the part or the hall devoted to the machinery,
a large shaft hus been run along the line or pil?
lars, with wheels at intervals, around which the
dirrere ut gins are to place their driving bands.
The whole is driven br a beautiful engine o? ar
teen hor>e power, made by Mr. ,W. S. Henerey.
Bright and new, and perfect id its model, lt is
adm ired-ny every one, and deserves all the praise
so lavishly bestowed up .-.a lt. Several gins are
already in position, and more are being prepared.
In the morning a large space had been enclosed
with gauze, in the rear or the Gullet Cote m Gm,
from the Mystic River Hardware Manufacturing
Company, of Connecticut, and in the afternoon
the ob.eec of this was apparent. The gin having
been started, a large quantity or cotton was
placed lu the reeder, and ia a few moments the
Unt was thrown In showers Into the enclosed space.
The work seemed to bc thoroughly done, aud as
lt new back lh cloud-i, the cotton looked very
much Uko the contents or a feather bed violently
beaten. The gin wa i very rapid in its operations,
and in a few moments a large mass or liar., quiv?
ering with every breath ot air, covered the door.
A McCarthy Gm will be in operation to day, and a
fine chance ls offered of comparing the two.
A diminutive engine was. raujh noticed on ac?
count or the dtlicary and Knish or Ita machinery.
The whole a tia ir was placod upon a Uac piece of
wood, about ;i foot ?mare, aud when under a full
head oT steam afforded intense enjoyment to the
On the outside ur the building stand? a tower?
ing Utley cotton press, made at Atlanta, Ga , or
gigantic powers und huge dhneu.-ions; aUo, two
portable engines mounted on tvhee's, an J made
byF. C. Headley A Co.. of Massachusetts. These
engines, exhibited by C. Gravelcy, are neat, com?
pact and of comparatively light weight, and are,
doubtless, equal to anything ot the ki:d in the
THE I.rVB STOCK.
The show or live stock has been improved by
the addition ot two splendid draft mules oa exhi?
bition by G. W. Williams A Co. These auimals
are of great size, the 'arger being near six feet in
helgi h, aud are or perrett shape to correspond. A
fine young Alderney bull has been entered by Mr.
F. F. Chapeau, or this city, an.l a German cow of
superior si/..', named -Sucky," by Mr. C. Sahl
mann. The bull was formerly the property of Mr.
Chadwick, and when broug .t here on hire last
winter attracted too much attention to need de?
In the sporting linc there were to be seen the
fine hounds exhibited hy Professor Holmes, of
this city, and all who knew a hound when they
saw one pronmnoc i them to be pictured.
Out In the level field enclosed by the race track
a large amonn: or ploughing wa3 going on. This
was merely practicing for the ploughing match
to come off next Friday morning, and for waloo
there are already a large number of entries.
About 3 o'clock the rolling or the drum an?
nounced to all that the great mlle heat waa com?
ing on, and the crowd began to ponr towards the
grand stand. The balcony or the fair building
waa soon thronged with the ladles, whose num?
bers had greatly increased towards the arter
noon, and all impatiently awaited the start,
which was to take place at the grand stand, about
a qn arter or a mlle off.
There were but two horses entered for the
race-Mr. T. H. Remson's bay stallion "Enotee,"
and "Little Arthur,a bay horse, Ulonging to Mr.
At the tap of the drum they wert off, Little
Arthur having the Inside track and a slight ad.
vantage in the start. He kept the lead In fine style
all the way, the stallion making a strong burst on
the hair mlle stretch, but to no purpose, and
came in about a length and a half ahead, win?
ning the first heat, and making the mlle In 1
minute 58# seconds.
During the interval aUowed, both horses had
strong friends, but the impression was that the
stallion had easy work ahead. The horses came
np at the sound of the drum, Little Arthur look?
ing the worse fifr his run, and, after several In
eff?ctup'. attempts, succeeded in making a start,
Little Arthur again having the Inside track, and
gaining a small advantage in the jump. After an
exciting contest, la which the horses kept weil
together around. ;'ue co?rfl?, the Stallion rorged
ahead in the home stretch, and iT^u the second
heat by four lengths, making the mile In 1 mid.
A protest was here put in by the rider of Little
Arthur against his opponent ror roul riding, but
was disallowed by the Judges, and, when the
drum beat for the third heat, Little Arthur bad
been withdrawn. Euoree galloped around the
course, and won the best two out or three.
The end or the race was a signal for the crowd
to disband, and all streamed towards the fair
building. A scrub race was attempted between ;
mule and a horse, but as both subsided Into ?
walk at the half-mile post, the race was not de?
cided. Aa the evening came on the grand hall
waa densely crowded, and, with the boom of ma?
chinery and the sound or hundreds or voices in
our ears, we left the grounds, congratulating the
Institute on the successful termination or the
second day of their great fair.
PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAT.
At 2:30 P. M., trotting match in harness.
John R. Long enters his horse Little Mack.
F. F. Chapeau enters his horse Governor.
D. A. Short enters his bay colt
At 4 P. M., a pacing race.
J. N. L'ng enters his chestnut horse Wade
J. W. Crawford enters bis sorrel mare Lady
At 4 o'clock P. M. a sack race, which ls expect,
ed to be one of the most amusing features pr the
A Tournament a Flxrd Fact.
PRELIMINARY XXBTTSQ OF THE KNIGHTS.
A number of gentlemen interested In the pro?
posed tournament met at the Board of Trade
Rooms last evening, and, alter some discussion
upon the best plan or action, the meeting was or?
ganized by calling Dr. T. F. Chupcin to the chair.
Twenty-one names were entered, though, with
but one or two exceptions, no costumes or charac?
ters were decided on, and this matter was left to
be finally arranged at an adjourne 1 meeting to
be held at the same place to-night.
It. was decided to meet at the Battery at 9
o'clock on Friday morning. The knights would
then form lu double column, and, preceded by a
bugler and herald, march up MeeUng street to
Hasel, through Hasel to Ring, up King to Line,
throngh Line to Rutledge, and thence to the field
or contest at the Race Course. On arriving at the
ground, the column will be halted as near the fair
banding as possible, when the rou will be called
by the herald. The column will then proceed to the
field of contest, where Ihe herald will ride out
about midway and call the name of the knight
before he ride?. The riding will commence at ll
o'clock precisely. The track win. be marked by
the lags ot the knights and be guarded by the
couriers, who will keep the crowd back.
The three prizes, consisting of a fine $200 horse,
a magnificent saddle and a set of single harness
will be awarded as follows: The first prize to thc
knight who will take the greatest number of ?
rings consecutively, each ring to count 2 when
two rings are taken consecutively, but ir one be
missed the second ring to count only 1.
The second prize will be awarded to the knight
who ranks next in the number or rings taken, to
be Judged as in the first case.
The third prize will be given to the knight who
excels in horsemanship, to be decided by jump?
ing a ditch, hedge and bar, or by other tests, as
the Judges may hereafter determine.
At the meeting to-night a bugler, herald, two
couriers, Judges and speaker will be appointed,
and all arrangements perfected that will tend to
make this tournament an event to be long re?
membered. Young Charleston is fully alive to
the excitement of the occasion, and many or the
older and more sedate members or the communi?
ty are taking to equestian performances with a
vim that woula do credit to their juniors, lt must
not be forgotten that the successful knight has
the privilege of crowning the Queen or Love and
Beuuty, and each cavlUer should have his indivi?
dual lady love on the ground ready to receive the
reward of his prowess.
The gallows has been erected, the lancers pre?
pared, and many of the knights have been prac?
ticing for some days, others have placed more
reliance In luck, and will stare rate boldly In the
race at the contest wPhout any previous trial or
their skill. It remains to be seen which or these
plans will Insure victory.
NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS.-All articles now
sent for exhibition will be received at the fair
grounds, but no more entries can be made to
compete for the premiums offered, as-the books
have been closed by the corr mlttee.
THE CHAPMAM SISTERS.-The Hibernian Hall
was Uteraliy "Jam full" last night on the occasion
of the performance or Pluto, or the Magic Lyre, by
the lively and charming "Violets cf the Stage,'
and the ciirtb-provoklug comedian, Mr. c. B.
Bishop. Tie play was one of the richest bur?
lesques or the repertoire or the troupe, and was
rendered with thc peculiarly fascinating vivacity
ot the graceful Sisters and their excruciatingly
amusing "ton or merriment," Bishop.
To-night the lovers or burlesque have what will
prove one of the richest treats lu this line which
may be offered this season-"Cinderella"-in
which Bishop's ' Clorlnda.the Girl of the Period."
will not be soon forgotten by those who may be
fo' t?nate enough to witness lt. The performance
will commence with the ravorite and inimitable
farce, "Yow Life's in Danger."
MEETING OP THE BOARD OF TRADE-The reg
uiar meeting or this board was held at their
rooms las: night. Ko business ot Importance was
transacted in consequence or the announcement
or the sudden death or Mr. George H. Hoppock.
The following gentlemen were elected members of
the Board : Messrs. J. EL Happoldt, Henry Card,
J. H. Lawton and Eugene R. Walter.
Colonel W. L. Trenholm offered the following
preamble and resolutions, which were unani?
mously adopted, and the Board adjourned :
Whereas. The Board or Trade has been afflicted
by the loss ofausefol and active member, tn the
sudden and lamentable death or Mr. George H.
Hoppock; bs lt . ?
1. Resolved, That thc members of the Board do
hereby testify their pro?oun i sense of the value of
the services rendered by the deceased to this com
m'2 UT?tat the respectful expression or their sympa?
thies be tendered hy tue president, in the name of
this board, to the lamlly of the deceased, and tiian
a page In the minute book be inscribed with his
3 That the oftfcirs and members or this Board
do 'take part In the obsequies or the deceased.
4 Tnat these resolutions, with this preamble.be
entered on the raiuutes, and that they be publish?
ed In the dally papers or the city.
Inaccordancowiih the above resolutions, the
oOicers and members of the Charleston Board of
Trade are respectfully Invited to attend the fune?
ral or George H. Hoypook, this (Thursday) after?
noon, at St. Michael's Church, at 2 o'clock.
A. FOSTER BLACK, Secretary.
Bru. HEADS printed on fine paper at 33, $4,
$6,.$? M ?: rt SS 60 per thousand, according to
sise, at Tan Mews Job Office.
THE GERMAN LADIES' EAIR.
The Music Hall at the Academy building was
pretty well crowded hut night, there being more
persons In attendance than we have seen at any
time since the fan- opened. Many of the articles
have been sold or raffled and carried off by the
lucky ones, but as additions are being constantly
made, they are scarcely missed before their places
are filled by others equally attractive.
Prominent among the articles on exhibition ls
a very neat dall's house, made by Messrs. John
Heesemann A Brother, which contains two rooms
and double piazzas. Ir ls entirely weather-board?
ed and shingled, and reflects great credit upon
the skill and ingenuity of the builders. The
rooms are furnished completely-one as a parlor
and the other as a chamber.
On Hrs. Schuckmann's table, No. 6, the more no?
ticeable additions are : A very fine cake, hand*
Bomely ornamented, presented by Mr. A. Melch?
er; a stick of candy about ten inches m circum?
ference; and a large cat, worked in worsted, pre?
sented by Mrs. Winburg, but worked in Europe.
On table No. 4, Mrs. Fehrenbach's, there ls an
exquisite silver water-cooler, goblets and walter,
from Mr. A. H. Hayden, and the handsome bride
has two very tastefully dressed maids pn her,
right and left.
Tbe next table, No. a. hg?^w?d to les many at
triona a fire-screen, curiously worked m differ?
ent colored tissue paper, several large cakes, and
a map, presented by Mr. Hickey.
The ladles' gold w'S?ch, mentioned in the follow?
ing list 2? having been won by Mr. J. H. Osten?
dorff, was a most elegant work of ar', and Wa.
valued at $150.
Set sliver spoous, R. Heisser; box Begars, N.
Fehreubach; pair Slippers, P. Murphy; opera
clloak, Miss J. Rempke; pair men's brogans, (No.
12,) Mrs. Bequest; box toilet soap, L. Muller; point
handkerchief, valued at $26, Miss F. Bo iv mann;
pair white mice, J. L. Polhemus; fine Meerschaum
pipe, J. Knobeloch; peel basket, iv. Jessen; sil?
ver ice pitcher, Miss Konarhens; pair worsted
mats, H. Tlencken; dozen Frenen perfumery, R.
Hems; pair Large mats, Mc Duri Cohen; portraits
of German her.es, H. s te m ken; silver teapot,
Miss S. Zerbst; steeple cake, J. F. Llllenthal, ol?
painting of Niagara Falls, R. Bierflsher; bunch
Havana cigars, L. H. Cramer; infant's sack,
Mrs. A. Oetjen; fruit cake, N. Klein: Infant's
bonnet, A. W. Riecke; worked picture, J.
L. Tobias; perfumery, Miss Ida Freeman; fruit
cake, Mrs. E. Rosenthal; child's cloak, Mrs. Steln
ken; bottle brandy cherries, C. Wedding; sora
cushion. Miss Moses; cigar stand, Wm. Huxall;
set silverware, H. Henning; silver salver, pitcher
and goblet, T. Melchers; silk beaver, F. Kellner;
set furs, Wm. Semken; ladlee' gold watch, J. H.
Ostendorff; silver thimble, J. Ahrcns; meerschaum
pipe, R. C. McMahon; embroidery pin-cushion, H.
Hesse;jar preserves, F. W. Meyer; silver thimble.
3. C H. Claussen; mattress abd bo s ter, G. J.
Lunn ; fancy cake, Miss A. Pills; ton or coal, Rev.
L. Muller; box Havana cigars, Miss C. Sahl
mann ; worsted table-cover, J. H. Klincke ;
fruit cake, W. Klein; infant's bonnet, A. W.
Riecke; child's worked picture, J. L. Tobias; one
dozen perfumery, Miss Ida Nlemann; ornamental
fruit cake, Mrs. E. Rosenthal; child's cloak, Mrs.
Stelnken; bottle brandy cherries, C. Wedding;
elegant sofa cushion, Miss Moses; fine cigar case,
Wm. Haxall; set silver ware, H. Henning, silver
salvor, pitcher and gobi er, T. Melchers; silk
beaver, F. Kellner; t=etof furs, Wm. Semken; la?
dy's gold wa'ch, J. H. Osiendorff: silver thimble,
J. Ahrens; meerschaum pipe, R. C. McMahon; em?
broidered pincushion, H. Hesse; jar or preserves,
F. W. Meyer; silver thimble, J. C. H. Claussen;
mattress and bolsters, G. J. Luhn; fancy cake,
Miss A. Pills; ton or coal, Rev. L. Muller; box
cigars, C. Sahhnann; table cover, J. H. Klincke.
DONATION'S TO THE FAIR.
The ladles gratefully acknowledge the following
donations: Box perfumery, Ur. G. J. Luhn; crochet
doylle, Miss Slellng; opera cap, Miss L. Klein;
bonnet, Mr.?. Zernow; sash, Mrs. Booth; basket ol
Ir ult, M. N. Kit in: packages or candled fruit. Miss
L. Bart; silver goblet, Mrs. Puckhaber; buggy
cover, Mrs. Jehu Camps-m; *2 in cash, Mrs. Kru?
ger; Mrs. Carsten?, for donations of milk.
The following donations were received from
Walhalla, S. C.: D. Bleman, $2; A. Bruntcke, $1;
John Kaufman, $2; A. W. Thompson, $1; Jacob
Schroder, $l;H. W. Pieper, $1; S. Banknight, $l;
M. Bray, $1; H. Schroder, $2; Mrs. G. W. Water?
man, $3; W. H. Trapler, $1; Mrs. T. B. Lee, $1;
W. P. Thompson, $2; Waller. Watson A Co., al?
bum and vases; W. Pitchford, ear rings and pin;
Mrs. L. B. Johnson, one pair flower vases; Carter
A Ternor, two pilr gaiters and one pair child's
stockings; H. s. Vaodlever, apples; H. Ostendorff,
apples; J. E. Hendricks, apples; A. Flschlper sil?
ver thimble; W. H. Eator, cake basket; Mrs. W.
H. Bator, puff box; Miss Kate Woodaw, jewelry
box; A. E. Norman, pair or vases and glove box:
Mrs. H. Knee, toilet set; Mrs. J. H. Voigt, cake
box and watoh safe; C. L. Reid A Co., portmon'
nate, cologne and gaiters; MrB. C. Cramer, bas?
ket; Mrs. A. Brennecke, feather flowers; Mrs. D.
Blemann, crystal pitcher; Mrs. Rochan, two bot?
tles blackberry wine and ra ney vase; C. H. Inger?
soll, one box cigars.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Wm. White was arrest?
ed for disorderly conduct in King street, near
Wentworth, and was fined $5 or five days in jail.
John Coleman was arrested under warrants is?
sued by Trial Justice Levy on the charges of lar?
ceny and vagrancy, and was turned over for
The flee Newfoundland dog which wa? lodged
In the Guardhouse on Tuesday, is still there, and
may be recovered by bis owaer upon paying a
flue of $5 and obtaining a badg?. as required by
July Small, who was arrested on the charges or
larceny and vagrancy, was sent to Jail to await
William Dennison was arrested by Officers
Burke and Davis, or the detectives, for stealing
$80 from the pilot boat Norma. A silver watch
and chain were found in lus possession, but very
little money was recovered. He was sunt lo jail
to await trial.
THB ACADEMT OP MUSIC-We are pleased to
note that the audience at the Academy last even?
ing was quite an improvement upon that or the
night previous. The admirable comedy, "Our
American Cousin," was rendered with Fplrlt by
tho fine company. Miss Keene, as "Florence
Trenchard," has added yet another laurel to the
wreath she has so deservedly won In this her
most celebrated role. Mr. Couway, as uLord
Dundreary," made a moat decided success or his
char cter, and received ample proof that bis flue
acting was appreciated by thc audience. The
'.A6a Trenchard'' of Mr. Hut/bard WAS also capi?
tally rendered, whlie Mr. Kennedy's Binney gave
convincing proof or his keen perception or the
true wll tvirch lies in low comedy, and which is
so orten degraded into ooaree vulgarity. The
company will give to-night, for the first t rac this
season, Bouticault's greatest dramatic effort,
"Hunted Down, or the Two Lives or Mary Leigh,"
in which the emotional, romantic, pathetic and
humorous are combined with great skill and
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black ? WILSON'S GROOEBT. Juus
SERIOUS DISAPPOINTMENT.-In consequence
' r the non-arrival or FASSIONS by thc Balloon Ex?
press from PAK is, the Misses Ashtom have deter?
mined to Issue their oitn list or Fashion*, which
will bo exhibited at their stand, South Carolina
Institute. A succession or novelties may be ex?
pected each day during the Fair. novl-l
BAKOAINS ! BARGAINS ! BAROAINS ! at McLoy
A Rice's, No. 270 King street, in Black Silks, Irish
and Frea-h PopUns, Empress Cloths, Delaines,
Flannels, Blankets, Dome-tic Goods ol all kinds.
Carpets, Mattings, Ac., 4c. f novl-6
ONE HUNDRED different varieties ol 10 cent
Song Books malled, postpaid, oa receipt ol $7 in
registered letter or money order.
ooil2-wth CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
GAMES ! GAMES ! GAMES !- A fine assort?
ment at No. lei King street. Also, at the Ft ?se 1
Street B.uwa \ octis-wta
SOUTH CAROLINA hutvmrtE FAIS.-The la?
dies who visited the fair yesterday availed them?
selves of the opportunity of getting samples of
Dary es,'a Sada Gloss Starch and Improved Corn
Starch, which were given to them free. This ls
the best way to test the articles, and the pro?
prietors are sore of having the verdict in their
favor, for these goods have always been decided
apon by the public as the very best, and also by
scientific and disinterested judges as the "perfec?
tion of quality." What more can yon get ?
SiLVBR-WARE, CHINA AND FANCY GOODS.
The handsome display of silver-ware, china and
fancy goods which have drawn so mach attention
to the stand of W. G. Whllden ft Co., at the Insti?
tute Fair, is, after all, only a poor indication of
the rich stock of similar articles which fills their
large establishments at the corner ol King and
Beaufaln streets, and in Hayne street. The fail
stock is now in, and visitors are especially re
quested to call and inspect the thousand varieties
or Jewelry, plated goods, china and glass-ware
which are offered a1; reduced prices, m accor?
dance with the fall?a the premium on gold.
A FI?SBHADOWTNG 0F CHRISTMAS-Messrs.
Atinck, Wlckenberg ft Co.Pwho have for a long
series of years supplied the g?od people of 'Charles?
ton with the table luxuries (h their line, are not
weary of weu-dolng. They are now In receipt or
a full line or groceries for the coming Christmas
holidays, and eau suit their customers to a tea,
or anything else that may be desired. Including
the choicest spirits, the best groceries, and ali thc
latest wrinkles known to epicures or gourmands.
THE AflBOW Trs.-2obert Mure ft Co. give
notice la our advertising cola m QB that a c?u??g&
ment of these popular ties are now landing, and
orders can bc.? lie J without delay.
To THE LADIES.-Mrs. Zernow, at her well
known emporium, No. 304 King street, is opening
an attractive stock of hats and millinery goods,
which cannot fall to win the admiration of onr
friends from the country, as well as of the leaders
of fashion la town.
FINE SPIRITS. -W. H. Chalee ft Co., adver?
tise thia morning, a large assortment of
superior liquors and groceries, which the visitors
to Charleston, if they call at No. 207 Hist.Bay,
will find to be very good things ' -to have In
THE CALDER HOUSE.-The sale of the furni?
ture of the Calder House, which attracted a
crowd yesterday, ls cont Inned this morning-a
flue chance for bargains.
PLATS ! PLATS ! PLATS '.-Seventy-five
kinds-13 cents each; by mall, post-paid, 20 cents
each. No. 101 King street, and Hasei Street
Bazaar. . CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
COURVOISIER'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, the
best la the world, to be had at
MULCH BRI A MULLER,
novi-3 No. 21T King street.
JUST received, and on draught, Imported
English Ale. Also, Champagne Cider, by
novl-3 No. io; Market street.
ACADEMY or Music SALOON.-A Hot Lunch
every day from ll to 1 o'clock. Oysters served la
every style, day and night. J. P. HORBACH,
RUSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS ! -Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasei
Street Bazaar and No. 161 King street. oe tis
JUST RECBIVED, another lot ot those 60 cents
Brogans, by JOHN COMMINS,
novl-tuth2 No. 131 Meeting st., near Market.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 76c and 90c. each, at No.
161 King street; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
octlO-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
COUNTRY DEALERS can purchase their Al?
bums at New York prices at the Hasel street Ba?
zaar. _^ octlO-mtu
FIFTY PICTURE ALBUMS, in velvet, 90c. each.
Base' street Bazaar and 161 King street.
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires tor 60c., at the Basel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street. octio-mtu
Nendpapers, iUagn^mc?, Src.
HANDSOME ENGRAVING S.
Maintenance of the Fertility or Soils-by Pro
retsor lingard, of the University or Mississippi.
The South and her Resources-by Hon. Alfred
Plantation Economy-oy Colonel D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses-by Professor Burnley.
Southern Fruits-by P. J. Bert km and.
Hints on Town Gardening-by li. W. RaveneL
And numerous other valuable and interesting
Subscription, Si per annum.
Address WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
no vi Charleston, S. 0.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
During thc continuance of the South Carellaa
Lr.stltute Fair, Trains will Have tho Passenger
Depot, Line street, every nour for the Fair
Grounds, commencing TUESDAY, November 1.
LEAVING LINE STREET Lils ri SC - FAJX
9 o'clock. 9:30 o?clo k.
10 ?'cock. 10:30 o'clock.
M o'clock. u-M o'clock.
11 o'cl ck. L2:30 o'clock.
1 o'clock. 1:30 o'cloc*.
2 o'clock. 2:30 o'clock.
3 o'clock. 3:i;0 o'clock.
4 o'clock. 4:30 o'clock.
6 o'clock. 0:30 o'clock.
Tickets will be on sale at Charl-ston Hotel.
Mills House, Hnlmes's Book More and Passenger
Depxt, Line street.
Kn ono will bo allowed to,gct on board tra?a
without a Ticket. Price or TlCKKTS.TWENTY
CEN rs to go and return. Good only for the day
on which they are purchased.
nuvl-5_g. H P1CKRNS. O.T. Agent.
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON RALL
PASSENG RR TRAINS on this Road run daily as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.ii. ic A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah wu li the Atlantic A Gull
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points in Florida.
Wiri Central Railroad 'or Macon, Atlanta, Mo
bUe. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all pomU
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale ax not?is
In Charleston; Screven House, Savannah; aud all
principal Ticket ?nices North and South.
Freights rorwarded dally to aud from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills or Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as low as by any other Un?.
6. S. GADSDEN,
oct6 Engineer and Superintendent.
???HAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a . Bottle, Sent by mali, poa tagt
paid, on receipt or price.
The Antidote la the nest remedy thax can t*
administered la Manlaa-Potu, and also for ai!
For sj?e by Dr. U- RAER
- No. 131 Meeting awe*,
octa Ajf?it for 3bu:h carv-a?.
?nrtiffn Solefl-?^ia Atoa.
By ALONZO^rTlTjBlTE &SON,~~~
NDER DEC?EE IN EQ?T1T.
The Homestead Build ng and Loan Associa?
tion vs. Mary E. Mills et al. " a?ocar
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 3d dav of No
vember, WO. under the Decree of thei Hon? R. B
Carpenter, Circuit Judge, in the above case! at li
o'clock A. M., in.front of the Old Customhouse
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings and
Improvements thereon, t-ltuate in Oreen street, in
the City of Charleston, measuring and containing
in front southwardly on Oreen street about 4? feet
2 inches, and on the back line 45 feet 10 iuch?s;
also, on the ea?f line adjoining No. 24, In death
about 162 feet 4 inches; and on the west Une ad?
joining No. 22, about 164 feet 6 inches, and marked
as No. 23 In a plan of lots lately belonging tJ tho
Charleston College, made by Joseph Purcell, Sur?
veyor. Premises being now unoccupied, immedi?
ate possession will be given. Titles good.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in five equal
successive annual instalments, with interest there?
on at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable
annually, secured 1>y bond or bonds of the pur?
chaser aad mortgage of the premises; the Build?
ings to be Insured and-policy of insurance assign?
ed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps,
nov3 _ Special Referee.
Bl J?HS ft. MlXJOg^
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, ELBBONS,
DRY GOODS, AO.
Tats DAV, 3d instant, at io o'clock, we will sell at
our Store, No. 13) Meeting street,
Cases Ladles' Trimmed BAX'*; Trimming Rib?
bons, Men's Cloth Caps, Dolls, Mens' ana Mea**
Gloves, DeLalnes. Worsted Nublas, Children'*
^"^i8,0.0^ Children's Balmoral Hose. Men's
HairH03e, Ladles' and Gents' English
PH?M a?id ?rown, Hiir Ho8e- Fanc* Mourning
Prints. Black and Fancy Satinets Keniuckr
ISM*, Twills, Browne. Flannel,?Opera Flannel?
Bleached aaj Brown Shirting. Leather BeftJ
Gents L. C. nea? Handkerchiefs, Wblte and Rei
Flannel, Ticking, Stripes, 2?nlms, Blue Plaids and
Conditions cosh. _uori
By T. M. CATER.
SALE OP CLOTHING CN FRIDAY
MORN'NG, at my Store, on second floor, at
10 o'clock, No. 22 Vendue Range, such as
Black and Colored Pants
Vests, Silk and Velvet
Merino Undershirts, Ac. Ac.
And many other articles. .0
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
SALE CON! INUED THIS DAY, 3D INST.,
at the Calder House, corner of Queen and
Church streets, at io o'clock, of
FURNITURE, Fine Wool and Hair Mattresses,
By A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, NOVEMBER 3, AT <C
o'clock, wul be Bold In our Store, Nc 133 Meek?
ing street, o
An aasorted Stock of DRY GOODS, Hosiery, Jew?
elry, Cutlery, Pipes, Ac. nova
Unction Soles-?Btore Dana
By A. C. McGnXlYRAY7~~
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Etienne Polncignon, Assignee, vs. James
Kenny and John F. Slattery.
wm be sold on THURSDAY, 2lth day of Novem?
ber instant, in front of the Old Customhouse, at
11 o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BuUdlngs there?
on, situate on the northwest comer of Laurens
and Marsh streets, in the City of Charleston, and
known as number one (1) in a certain plat made
by Edward B.White, Surveyor, date! thirtieth
(30thi June, 1S52, walch said Lot is composed of
the Lot known in a plat of General Gadsden's
Lands by the No. Ill, and apart of the Lot known
in the said plat by the No. 106; measuring in front
on Laureas street 45 feet 4 nches, same oa north
line, on Marsh street 89 feet l inch, and on the
west Une 08 feet 5 inches.
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable' in one
year, to be secured by bond of purchaser and;
mortgage of premises. Buildings to bs insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. . E. W. M. MACKEY,
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