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Merringa This Dar*
.Carolina Chapter, at 7 P. .?.
South Carolina Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
St. Patriot's Benevolent Soc.ety. at 7 P. M.
Social Club, at half-past 8 P. M.
Hook and Ladder, No. 2, at 7 P. M.
Palmetto Base Ball Club, at 1 P. M.
Schachte Base Ball Club, at 1 P. M.
Auction Sales Tb ls Day.
Leitch A Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at the
.' Courtenay" store, shelving, Ac, and at ll
o'clock, at the old Postofflce, real estate.
Laurey A Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
meir store, strips, shoulders, Ac.
T. M. Cater will seU at 9 o'clock, at lils store,
crockery; and at 10 o'clock, clothing.
John G. minor A'Co. will ?eu ar io o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, hats, ?rc.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, shirts, Ac.
Macqueen A Rlecke will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
stores, hams, shoulders, Ac.
Hutson Lee will sell at half pas: 10 o'clock, cor
aer Broad and State streets, a large dray mule.
Tas BASE BALL HATCH AT FATE GROUNDS.
The base ball match, to be played on the Fair
Grounds to-day, will commence about 2 P. M. The
contestants will be the Scliachte and the Fal
metto Base Ball clul s of this city. The prize will
be a handsome sliver goblet, to be presented by
the South Carolina Institute to the winning club.
A RARE CHANCE FOR ADVERTISERS.-During
ahe present week Charleston will be crowded with
strangers, and very large extra editions of THE
NEWS will be Issued to meet the unusual demand.
Now is 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.
STRANGERS in the city desiring to subscribe
to the best and cheapest newspaper in the -south,
.will call at oar office and have -.heir names en?
tered for the DAILY, TRI-WBBKLY, or WBEELT
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THE WEBEXY NEWS, for one year. 2 oo
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAT COMPANY-At
em election held yesterday for directors of this
-company, the following gentlemen were chosen:
John S. Riggs, W. L. Trenholm, H. H. DeLeon,
Wildau Aiken, Henry Baise, Andrew S ?monds, E.
W. Marshall, F. J. Pelzer. At a meeting of the
board of directors, held the same day, the follow?
ing officers were unanimously elected: John S.
Riggs, president; Evan Edwards, secretary and
MURDER IN SAVANNAH.-The colored popula?
tion of Sr van nah was thrown into intense ez
-citement on Sunday last by the murder of a negro
named Henry Sere ven by a mulatto named King
Broughton. The murder seems to have been com?
mitted, not only without provocation, but .titer
repeated efforts on the part of the victim to avoid
a disturbance. The murderer was arrested, and
r two other colored men have been accused by the
coroner's jnry as accessories
CASES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES COM?
MISSIONER.-W. F. C. Davis, charged with having
voted twice at the late election, was released upon
bail, to appear -ofore the commissioner for a
Frederick McCants and Abraham Smith, charg?
ed with intimidating voters atWappetaw Church,
were examined by the commissioner yesterday.
Smith was discharged, and MeCaats was released
upon ball, to appear before Court.
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TOURNAMENT TO-DAY. - A meeting - of the
knights engaged in the recent tournament took
place at the Board of Trade rooms last evening,
and it was determined xo have ' a repetition of
their contest at the Fair Grounds to'day. The
preliminaries have all -been arranged, and a large
addition made to the number of the knights.
They will meet at the comer or Chalmers and
Meeting streets at ll A. M. to-day, and march np
to the Fair Grounds, where the rid lng will com?
mence at 1 o'clock, P. M. The ladies are espe
tiaJBi invited to attend.
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN,
JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The District Court was opt n
ed at ll A. M. yesterday, aad the following busi?
ness disposed of : I
In re Schachte A Toohey, petition ia bank?
ruptcy. Ordered, that the case be adjourned to
Monday, November 14th, at ll A. M.
Ex parte Marshall, Barge A Co. In re William
M. Ray, bankrupt. Report of the registrar on
the distribution ot funds. Ordered, that the re?
import be confirmed and become the decree of the
court; and that the assignee distribute the funds !
ia his hands aa recommended ia said report.
CLUBS AND STARS.-On Saturday, Mr. C. W. ,
Seignioas was fined the cost of repairing a tree ,
box, bi Queen street, which was destroyed by his -
horse and cart running against lt during the ,
absence otthe driver.
^Harvey Wlison was badly cut lu the neck by a ,
man named Bland, on Sunday night. A warrant ?
bas been Issued ror Bland's arrest. j
Clara Field was arrested yesterday morning, on ;
the charge or stealing $20 and a commutation
railroad ticket, from a room at the Planters' Ho- >
UH, and ls held for examination.
Dr. Alexander Hamilton, the celebrated charm
.doctor, was sent to Jail yesterday, by Trial Justice
.O. R, Levy, on a peace warrant, In default or $1000
ball, several other warrants of a similar nature
being out against ulm.
James Diuiou and Calvin Reeves, who were ar?
rested upon a charge or larceny, for sttallnga
boat belonging to the brig "Jenny Moody," alter
an examination before Trial Justice O. R. Levy,
yesterday morning, were discharged from cus?
Robert McElroy was turued over to Trial Justice
Levy for prosecution, on the charg3 or malicious
ly running his truck Inti) and breaking a cart be?
longing to Jonn Robinson, la Anson street, on
L. L Woolf was turne J over to Trial Justice
Levy for prosecution, on the charge of disorderly
oonda? and breaking lino a house lu Chalmers
street, on Saturday night.
Edward Leo was sentenced by the Mayor to pay
$3 fine or go to jail- for ten days for disorderly
conduct in Elliott t-treet.
John Francia, John Brown and Patrick Carey,
-charged with larceny, were arrested on Saturday
.n'ght, under warrants Issued by Trial Justice
Levy, and are held for examination.
Charles Piackncy was turned over f r prosecu?
tion for assaulting David Plc kc ns, In Elliott street.
Daniel Walsh received a similir sentence f r
assaulting Laura Parker, in her hou-e, In Bdiott
Robert Smith was fined $5. or ten days In jail,
for disorderly conduct and resisting the police, In
Elliott street, on Suuday.
Murphy Donovan was fined $10. or twenty days
in the House or Correction, for being drunk and
interfering with the police while ?a the dis harge
of their duty.
M. Powers, a city scavenger, was repsrrel for
not removing the oyster shells, Ac, from Market
street, la front of Mr. Hoxbach's restauran', but
as he did not appear before the M ivor, the case
was continued to this morning.
Several fowls which were recovered from the
raiders, were restored to their owners.
"Hotel Arrivals, November 7.
Donald Ross, Nova Scotia; H. C. Carrigan,
'Wright's Binn; 3M. F. McNair, Cheraw; Dr. Z. L.
!Fulmore, Wlulara<burg; Alien C. Izard, South Ca?
roona; W. B. Cobb. New York.
O. IT. Bates, New York; Jas. McCutchln and child,
Williamsburg.- D. W. Haines, Florence; Wm. Dag
W. H. Harris and wife, W. A. Wood, New York;
T. H. Conklin, Portland; Phil. Haneman, New
THE DiSTTT?TE FAIR.
DULL TIMES YESTERDAY'
TO-DAY TO BE THE LAST AND GREATEST
Tournament-Bas? Ball M?lch-Howe
Race??-Foot Baces, bkC.,<kc.
The number of vis tors st the Fair Grounds
yesterday was by no means as large as antici?
pated, and it was evident at a glance that the
crowd was holding orr for the expected tourna?
ment to-day. The visitors who did attend, how?
ever, were amply repaid by the leisurely and un?
disturbed investigation they were enabled to be?
stow upon the anieles exhibited, and many pro?
longed their visit until late in the afternoon.
The beautiful set or furniture on exhibition by
Mr. Dani H. Silcox excited the admiration of all,
and the three larger pieces of the set are wonders
in their way. The bed ls from the United States
Spring Bed Company, and combines all the most
desirable qualities that comfort or physicians
could suggest for a bed. These patent spring
beds eau be adjusted to a bedstead of any sort,
and on account of the equal elasticity or all their
parts, require but a very thin mattress. The fur?
niture is made of black walnut, tastefully orna?
mented with carvings, and the tovt enserrMe la
The attractive stand of fluids, extracts, Ac. so
often visited and admired, ls on exhibition by
Mr. G. J. Lunn, who ls the agent of Messrs. Tilden
A Co. and Rosengarten A Son. The perfumery,
chemic tis and preparations here to be seen are
beautiful to look upon, an 1 some or them will do
to taste and Mr. Luhn especially deserves thc
gratitude of consumptives for making cod liver
oil a palatable dose.
Along the walls there were two 014 flags which
seemed more prominent yesterday than usual.
The one showing a game cock crowing above
whom was the motto, ia gilt letters, "InStatUme
Sbstra Parati," and beneath "Sumter GuardB,
20th Dec., 1>60.'' The other, the banner of the
Charleston Light Dragoons, hang from the music
stand, and showed on one side a mounted cava?
lier, and on the other a palmetto tree surrounded
by the motto or Sooth Carolina. Both hang
quietly now overlooking the scene of peace going
on below, and, having nobly borne their parts
like the bruised arms of York, may well bc hung
up for monuments.
The scene without was scarcely more animated
than within, and few sounds were heard except
an occasional ahout from the customary knot of
urchins, as they hailed the winner in one ot their
impromptu foot race?. The great giant was gone.
No startling pictures of huge snakes and wonder?
ful Circassians excited the curiosity and wonder
of surrounding crowds, and we heard no more
the sound of the hurdy-gurdy, and the monoto?
nous voice of the ticket seller, as he cried forth
the attractions of the mysterious wonders within.
The hnge signs of lager beer seemed entirely
superfluous, as the cool north wind swept by, and
no dense crowds appeared to Instill hope ba the
booth-keeper's breasts. Most or the visitors had
gathered into a crowd around the wheel ot for?
tune, and were trying their luck. Ona lucky In?
dividual won a splendid pocket book, supposed to
be worth fully a $1, from a five cents chance.
The grand stand was, as usual, alive with Its
waving flags, but there having been no races ap?
pointed for the day. the lovers of that delightful
sport were disappointed. A little trotting around
the course by one horse was all that repaid them
for their walk to the stand. Late In the afternoon
a scrub ra- e afforded some amusement co the
lookers on, and several knights, profiting by the
short time allowed for practice, were running at
FUN FOB TO-DAY.
The Inviting programme for *j-day presents all
the attractive feature) of Friday's amusements,
with the addition or a base jail match and seve?
ral races. It ls boped that the people will keep
on In they way they have begun, and give a suc?
cessful termination to the efforts or the energetic
board of managers.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
The cars on the South Carolina Railroad will
ron to the Fair 0 rounds as usual to day, but
tickets can only bc obtained at the depot, none
being for sale at the book stores or other places In
Programme for To-Day.
The tournament will commence at l o'clock.
3 o'clock-Trotting match, mlle heats, best two
Mr. Todd enters bay mare Governess.
Mr. Long enters gray horse-.
ZH o'clock-one mlle dasi).
Mr. Hogan enters horse Too Soon.
Mr. Boswell caters bay mare Fortune Teller.
A game ot baseball will be played at three-quar?
ters past 3 o'clock, between the Palmetto and
BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.-At Ihe fifth an
Dual meeting of the Chares ton Board of Fire Un?
derwriters, the following officers and commit?
tees were unanimously elected for the ensuing
?rear: Wm. B. Heriot, president: Samuel Y. Tup
per, vice-president; A. L. Tobias, secretary ana
treasurer. Committee on construction of build?
ings, advice as to removal of stocks, and inquiry
Into cans?a of lires-Messrs. J. H. Colburn, D.
Ravenel, Jr, C. T. Lowndes, Z. B. Oakes and A.
tl. Hayden. Committee or arbitration-S. Y.
Topper, Z. C. Oakes ami A. H. Hayden. Commit?
tee on tariff rates-W. B. Heriot, S. Y. Tupper and
DEATH OF MR. EOGENE W. WEST_This com?
munity was startled yesterday by the intelligence
or the sudden death of Mr. Eugene W. West, a
member or the firm or West & Jones. Mr. West
was only 34 years or age, and to within a few days
of his death was in the enjoyment of excellent
health, at least to ai appearance, being a robust
and hearty looking p;rson. Struck down lu the
pilme ot life, his lo?s will be seriously felt, not
only by his bereaved family aud numerous friends,
but by the entire business community, in which
he occupied an honorable and useful position.
The runeral will take place t)-day, at Grace
Church, at io A. M.
S. S. S-A few nights ago, the telescope
man might ba seen with his iastrument pointing
skyward, in the vicinity or Market street. Many
wondered much what this phenomenon portend?
ed. But on Saturday night the mystery was
solved. The astronomer aforesaid, doubtless, was
looking for the brilliant star which made its ap?
pearance in front of Scott's Shirt Depot the eve?
ning after. The said Scott is a genius, and as
modesty ls not his Tailing, he does not hide his
light under a bushel. He advertises rreely, eraal
he prospers. For proof look at his new sign-a
galaxy of red, white and blue stars, 'hat shed
their brilliant light upon ail the poor benighted
neighbors, who are not yet up to Scott.
The new sign Ls one of the handsomest we have
ever seen, and elicits the admiration of all be?
MEDICAL COLLEGE.-The introductory lec?
ture of the course for the present winter was de?
livered at thc College in Queen street yesterday
morning, by the dean of the faculty. Professor
F. M. Robertson. The Doctor reviewed tue history
or the Medical College ol' South Carolina, analyz?
ing the causes of its former prosperous career,
and the rea-oas or its decline since the com?
mencement of the late war. This he showed
was due in part to the prostration ot thc
Industrial and economic interests of thc South,
partly to the injudicious multiplication of
medical schools, some of which nave done mach
to lower the standard of medical education. Thc
College or South Carolina has always aimed to
keep np this standard, striving to graduate wei',
instructed, practical physicians, rather than
make a show of large numbers.
Tue address showed a thorough familiarity with
the whole field, abounding in interesting infor?
mation and valuable le.-s im, and we ahould be
pleased to see lr published la a permanent form.
Bin. HEADS printed on fine paper ot $3, $4,
$j, $d so and $s 50 per thousand, according :o
sue. at THE NEWS Job um : e.
The Academy of Moule Last Nigh
The Charleston public may dally *
comedy and coquet with burlesque, but I
hare au ingraiocd liking Tor the legitimate dn
which, in this city, never fails to draw a nn
rous and somewhat critics! audience. I: is
surprising, then, that the Academy of Music
night was Ailed from pit to dome. Mr. Ed
Forrest was looked upon as one of the veteran
tho stage, to whom thc playgoers of this yea
grace might pointas aa evidence of what <
matlc art was In those palmy days when a gal
of great actors t;od the American and Tri
atlantic boards. Twenty years ago he had reac
the zenith of his fame. It was hardly expe<
that Charleston would sec him again; still
was lt thought probable that he would convi
the public, by ocular demonstration, that
great powers were undiminished, and that I
ture age had subdued, without i-nfeebllng,
Are of lus youtb. whllo lt left untouched
harmonious utterances which give to all his re
lags an enduring charm.
nie progress of Mr. Forrest through the Soi
hos been a triumph. Richmond, Wilmington i
Augusta have vied in showing their appr?ci?t
of his artistic genius, and none have given Mi
warmer welcome than lie received In Charles
last night. When he appeared on the stage
was heartily applauded, and throughout the p
he was followed willi an earnest attention wb
culminated in the fourth act, when thc splen
declamation of the great tragedian aroused
the enthusiasm which, la a Charleston aadlen
usually lies dormant. For some moments the p
gress of the play was stopped, and when the i
was ended, Mr. Forrest was called before the c
tain and again applauded to the echo. In tue 9
three ac's Mr. Forrest's actlni wasanbdued, a
even gentle, his bitter jesting with Father JoBe
only heightening the tenderness of his colloqu:
with the charming Julia. Bu tja the fourth and fit
acts, rising to the level of the dramatic si tu a ti
and controlling it, he had not only France, b
his audience "at lils feet.'" Mr. Forrest has si
the powerful form, the sonorous voice, the gra
of gesture and thc fiery pas.-;ion which were t
charm of his glorious prime. The robustness
method which jarred on ears polite ls now ton
down, but he has lost nothing of the quanti
which constituted him ene of the first among t
first of the tragedians or his time.
Miss Lillie was a graceful and picturesque Juli
and the other characters were, reasonably wi
filled. The dresses and appointments were rii
and complete, and the company played so well t
getber as to make thc utmost of the fine dr
matlc points which Richelieu contains.
To-night Mr. Forrest will appear as Damon
John Banln's celebrated play of Damon at
German Ladies* Fair.
The close of the fair at the Music Hall last ev
ning was a fit consummation of its uh Interrupts
brilliant success. The throng of visitors was :
dense that it was with great dlAlcalty one cool
mske his way from table to table, where the fa
merchants were doing a thriving and profitab
business. All was gaiety that was not confasloi
and all went merry ss a marriage bell until ttl
auction bell announced the final scene, and tnt
would have been merry, too, save that lt sounde
the knell or the happy reunions that had been s
much enjoyed by our German fellow-citizens an
It waa late before the auction and raffle wet
over, and lt was impossible to obtain figures as t
thc pecuniary result, but there can be no dout
that the success was great, and will contribu?
materially to hasten the completion of the hand
some church uow in coarse ot erection In Kin;
street, near Vanderborat.
The following articles were woa last evening
Fancy worked tidy, H. Bayer; fancy fan, A. Men
boltz; handsome worked table-cover, 0. Prausser
rancy lamp mat and faur tidies. R. Helsser; meer
schaam cigar-holder, W. GOerhardt; fancy se
embroidered pincushion, L. H. Cramer; child':
embroidered dress, H. BIscr?offA Co.; picture, H
Wlttschen; fancy palmetto work-box, H. Winter
boy's cassimerc snit, Mrs. C. II. Llndstedt; pall
Bohemian dower vases, F Junge; handsome glass
set, J. N. M. tVohltmann; bead lamp mat, Herman
Bulwlnkle; Alpine bitters stand, C. Wedding
embroidered gent's slippers, Miss E. Meyer
genuluc meerschaum pipe, Mrs. M. Buck
pair fine ornaments, Mrs. J. H. Klencke; embrold
ered sofa cushion. Miss Katie Bolles; pair babj
shoes, J. Ostendorff; child's sack, G. Bulwlnkle
pair flower vases, H. F. Bettersohn; crochet taole
cover. Mrs. C. LUienthal; fine fruit cake, Mist
Maggie O'Neill; photograph album, Mrs. E. J. H
Fisher; silver oakc dish, Captain Jacob Small
worked table-cover, Mrs. E. J. H. Fisher; ladle:
bonnet, Mrs. C. H. LimWtolt; pair or Bohemian
vates, Miss M. Maguire; meerschaum pipo anti
pouch, Mr. Wegenon; porcelain photograph ol
Rev. J. Eachman, pre.-ented by St. John's Church,
F. Melchers; bottle old wine, L. Simmons; em
broi lercd sofa cushion, Mrs. E. J. H. Fisher; fine
kerosene lamp, Mr. Guerero; child's fancy ault,
F. D. C. Kracke; beautiful doll, MISB Jessie Whltte
more; beaded pincushion, Miss A. Meitzler.
Immediately after the close of the eniagement
of Mr. Forrest and the Holland Dramatic Comp*,
ny, the world-reuowned Florences, who are per?
haps unrivalled ia their peculiar roles, and to
whom the citizens of Charleston, as a mark of
their appreciation, presented a haadsome silver
service, or the occasion of their farewell benefit
and lost appearance in this city, about twelve
years ago, will occupy the Academy for one week,
nuder the management of Miss Laura Keene.
Thc Davenport Brothers.
These "incomprehensible mysteries," as they
are termed by our R'.chmoad aud Norrolk ex?
change:;, will open at the Hibernian Hall, in this
city, on Thursday, thc 17th Inst. In the two cities
above named they have been greeted by large and
appreciative audiences. For years past their per?
formances iiave been the wonder and astonishment
of the two continents, and though many efforts
have been made and are constantly being repeated
to solve the mysteries which attend their exhibi?
tion?, they have never yet been satisfactorily ac?
counted for. Those who have undertaken the
task have Invariably confessed themselves com?
pletely mystified as to the means or agencies by
which they accomplished the?r surprising re?
sults. Mr. ll. Keler, the agent of the brother.', ls
now In the city making arrangements for their
series or entertainments.
St. Peter's School Fair.
lt is a mat er of congratulation tha: the attend?
ance a: this fair last evening was a great im?
provement on the previous nlght3. There was
quite a crowd present, and sale-? were rapid and
rattle lists in dcm md. The muslo was good, find
ovary one seemed :o enjoy ihemselve-s. Therntr
will be kept open until Saturday nlgtit, un i ir the
attendance continues as go id as it was last
night, aud as it certainly ought to. all the anieles
can lie disposed o: a: remunerative prices, and
the laudable object o? the fair 'oe materially pro?
TERRIFIC BOILER EXPLOSION.-Oue of th?
boilers ar thc Charleston Steam Saw Mid, more gen?
erally known as Stein meyer's Mill, exp'oded yes?
terday morning, ar about hair-pas: IO o'clock,
completely demolishing a two-story building aud
causing other damage. One piece or the boiler,
aboct five leer lung, was thrown a distance or
about one hundred und ilfty yards, and partially
buried in a lol on the south 3ide of Bcaufaln
street. The orher ead, about twenty fee: long
was thrown about forty reef, tearing its way
turough the heavy brickwork surrounding lt, cut?
ting away the massive beams supporting a large
water ;*aV. destroying a brick chimney seven
feet square ar. Its base aa 1 eighty feet hi?h. aud
throwing a large heater up m the engine wh ch
stood within the main building, damaging both
considerably. The only persons Injured were Nor?
ris Huggins, a calore I man, who was a: work in
the room over the firehouse, sharpening saws, who
was very badly bruised und ?aided, and one of
thr firemen, also a colored man. named Grant,
who was slightly s;alde 1. There ls no clue what
over to the cause of the accident. Mr. George E.
Steinmcyerhad tested the water In the boilen not
Ave minutes before the explosion occurred, and
states that they were weil supplied. The loss oc?
casioned by the accldeat will probably reach
J3500. The proprietor gives notice In another col?
umn that he has mads arrangements to continue
tn All orders fur sawing lamber with satisfaction
WOBKINQXEN'S ADVOCATES (?;.
TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEWS.
It is amusing to read the clap-trap address?
ed to workingmen, through a dally Journal, urging
them to arise from their lethargy, portraying their
great need3 for "more education," and descanting
upon the workingman's want of "organization
and Independence." This sublime impudence
calls to mind the efforts of these self-assumed
champions so strenuously put forth In the late
canvass, which has culminated in the defeat of all
who are truly the exponents of the workingman,
and whose every effort have been given to aid In
that "organization" and "independence," which
ls so greatly needed. Take, for instance, the per?
sons who have been elected to represent Charles?
ton County in the next Legislature. As the eye
glances at the chosen ones, we find that every?
thing of vitality has been Ignored for
the advancement of party, and when the
time was at hand for the benefiting of those
to whom the present chapters on advancement
are addressedrthelr claims have been laid aside,
and Ignorance and incapacity reigns supreme.
Again,, as the Hst of successful candidates
throughout the State ts Investigated, it ia seen
that first-class law breakers from other sections
of the State have been thrust upon the people
and yet, the organ of the party speaks so glowing- ]
ly of the needs of the .workingman ! With a "Win?
chester-rifle" Governor, a cadet-peddling State
senator, backed by a host of a like ilk, the condi?
tion of the worklngrian will be greatly ameliorated
(as far as profession: are concerned,) and aa age
of progress attained which could only have ema?
nated from a Radical lea? of power. The bacon
slstencles of these Radical advocat es of the work?
ingman's welfare are thoroughly understood, bnt
decency onght to have suggested that a little
moro time should have intervened to dispel their |
deception, and the "cooling period" reached before
their appeals should have been directed to those
who have been injured by the unfortunate results
at hand. Let us have WORKS, not WORDS, for our
advancement, a:d then a hitherto unacknowl?
edged class will credit these advocates of the
_ _ WOBXINOMRN.
FIXE HARDWARE.-Especial attention is invi?
ted to the advertisement to be found elsewhere lu
our columns of the large and varied assortment
of hardware, offered by Messrs. Hart A Co. These j
gentlemen are sole agents for Avery's celebrated
Western ploughs, which are now on exhibition at
the Institute Fair, and are acknowledged to be
equal, In every respect, to theBrtnley and Dodge
Plong t s. and for Burdlck's national hay and straw
cutters, which are so constructed that by one
revolution of the crank you get five revolutions of
the knife. By this means the balance wheel may
be much lighter, gol? g with increased velocity,
enabling a boy of ten or twelve years to do as
much, and with greater ease, than a man can
cut on most other machines. It ls also soar
ranged as to cut short or long at pleasure, no
change of position of gear being necessary, but
simply removing the pm which passes through
the crank, sliding the crank one bach further on
the shaft and replacing the pin In the shaft, out?
side of the crank. The knife and rollers are so
covered as to be perfectly secure against cutting
fingers. Ic has Iron rollers and feeds Itself with?
out trouble. Messrs. Hart A Co. are also agents
for Falrbanka's unrivalled standard scales, which
received the first premium at tue great Paris Ex?
FRIEND WHITE sees tho davantage o? adver?
tising in THB NEWS his large stock of good and
cheap furniture, by his increase of trade. Go
there and do likewise.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,(in leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at No.
181 King street; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
octio-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
COCNTRT D SALE ivs can parchase their Al?
bums at New York prices at the Hasel street Ba?
FIFTY PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and lei Klug street.
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for 60c.. at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street._ _ octio-mtu
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCERY. j uns
ACADEMY OF Music SALOON.-A Hot Lunch
every day from ll to l o'clock'. Oysters served In
every style, day and night. J. P. HORBACH,
cct27-lmo _ _ Proprietor.
RUSTIC Goong! RUSTIC Goons!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. iel King street, oe tis
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to famish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send year orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
pm* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances or Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. West,
and of then* respective families, are Invited to at?
tend the Funeral Services or Mr. EOGENE W.
WEST, THIS HORNING, at io o'clock, at Grace
Church. _ _. nov8
^STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE,
No. 93, A. F. M.-The members of this Lodge are
invited to attend the Funeral of Brother E. W.
WBST, from his late residence, No. 3 Church
street, THIS MORNINO, at 9 o'clock.
By order W. M. W. W. SIMONS,
novs _ _ Secretary.
^CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF-COM
MERCE.-The Members or the Chamber are In?
vited to attend the Funeral Services or their late
fellow-member EUGENE W. WEST, at Grace
Church, THIS DAY, at io o'clock A. M.
novs P. J. BARBOT, Secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Assemble at Engine House THIS MORNING,
8th Instant, at 9 o'clock, In citizens' dress, to pay
the last tribute of respect to our late brother
member, E. W. WEST. By order.
nov8-l EDWARD 0. CHUPEIN, Secretary.
RODGERS.-Died In Summerville. S. C., on the
2lst of October, 1870. of consumption, GEORGE A.
RODGERS, aged 27 years and flv<* months.
When thoje who have lived out the season of
probation are gai herd to their fathers, it ts an
event '.n me history of man which makes but
little impression; but when one In the prime of
life, ia tue midst of hts hopes, ls cut down, sur?
rounded by ai thc endearments of domestic Ufe,
lt ls an event which strikes deep in the human
heart. It teaches us painfully the uncertainty or
What gronps or moorners he leaves to lament
his death-the bereaved widow-kind and ad?c
tionate brothers, who clung to him with such
passionate devotion-the numerous friends, won
everywhere by his affectionate naturel
And this life, so Important to thc happiness of
others, has been snatched away from all the re?
lations of home: but thanks be to Go i, there ls a
home that knows no changes, where separations
never take place, where the Bichs and tears or
eartn are excha used for unending songs of Joy.
That home ls found la heaven. S.
?ant$ ?0009, &t.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND
BT THE OUNCE OR DOZEN.
Sea: to any part o' the country per Express
C. O. D.
Photographs of different patterns sent by mall
Our radiates for rnanufacturing enable us ?
give selections from the largest variety of pat?
terns and at the lowest price. No extra charge
BALL, BLACK A CO.,
565 and 587 Broadway.
JolylS-lyr New York
pm CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
SEA orjLL, from Baltimore, are hereby notifi?e!
that ehe is Tura DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Goeds not taken away
at ?aaset, trill remain on wharf at consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
pif CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN are notified that she ls this day dis?
charging cargo at Adger's Wharf. Goods not
called for at sunset, will be stored at owners' risk
and expense. ' .
noviM_JAMES ADQER A co.. Agents.
pf CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
Une Schooner W. L. BURROUGHS will send to
Adger's North Wharf for goods before '? tnnset.
Goods not called for will be stored at risk and
expense consignee. No claims allowed after
goods are removed. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
PB* N O TI C E.-THE SUBSCRIBER
has this day resumed, the AUCTION AND COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, at No. 90 East Bay, and will
be thankful for the favors of his friends.
novT-2_;_A. P. CALDWELL.
J^DANOLNG-SCHOOL, BY MONSIEUR
BERGER, over Mr/Kinsman's Saloon. No SXTBA
CH. tao BS for weekly Soirees. For particulars, ap
ply at No. 332 King street._novt>-3?
pm -GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel nniltted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, tn sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association,-Box P.Philadelphia,
pm NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S 8AV
INGS AND TRUST OOMPANY, CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.-Money de?
posited on or berore the ,2lst 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. ji NATHAN RITT h. R,
??-ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPA
NY OF. CHARLESTON, S. C.-CHARLESTON, S.
C., NOVEMBER 1ST, 1370.-in accordance with a
resolution of the Board of Directors, TEN (10) PER
CENT, of the" Capital^ Stock or this Company ls
hereby called for, payable at the Treasurer's
Office, Brown's wharf, on or before loth instant.
novl-tnthmtuwthfl F. J. PBLZER, Teasorer.
pm* NOTICE.-AT THE EXPIRATION
of three months, .application will be made for is?
sue of a new Certificate for Seventy-three Shares
of Stock of the. Bank of Charleston, standing in
the names of JACOB AXSON, C. M. FURMAN and
THOS. J. GANTT, Trastees, In lieu of Certificate
No. 1498, which has been lost or destroyed.
C. M. FURMAN, Surviving Trustee.
pm* MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe- talnlng to the GENITO
URINARY ORGANS; will receive the lates&cien
tifio treatment by placing themselves under the
care ot Dr. T. REBNSTJERNA, office No. 74 aase-'
street, three doors fron che Postofilce.
^-NOTICE-ALL PERSONS HAV
I - G claims against the Estate of J. FRANCIS
LOPEZ will present them, duly attested, to my
Attorney, OHABLIS C. LESLIE, who ls also au?
thorized to collect ali deb's due the said Estate.
^IP YOU HAVE SALLOW COLOR
of skin, or yellowish brown spots on the face or
body, dullness, drowsiness. frAjnent headache or
dizziness, bad taste in mouth, tongue coated, In?
ternal heat, unsteady appetlse, low spirits, gloomy
forebodings, you are suffering from liver com?
plaint or biliousness, and nothing else will re?
leve and cure you so speedily and permanently
as Dr. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT. OR GOLDEN MEDI?
CAL DISCOVERY. Sold by druggists. A pamph?
let sent free. Address Dr. R. V. PIERCE, B?rlalo,
pm A CARD TO SENSIBLE PEOPLE.
Rational reader, ir the aspect or the weather was
uncertain, you would not be foolish enough to
venture out without an overcoat or an umbrella ?
Have the forecasr, theu, to protect yourself at this
dangerous sea on with something more impor?
tant than either of these articles. Strengthen your
stomach and nervous system; regulate your liver
and your bowels, tone all your organs sud cheer
your animal spirits with that agreeable cordial,
tonic and alterative, HOSTE CTE R S STOMACH
EITTERS. So shall you surely escape the dis?
eases which fasten upon the feeble and debilitat?
ed. "Suffer and be strong,'\says the proverb;
but "be strong that you msynot suffer," ls the
wiser maxim. And of all strengthening prepara*
tiona this ls the safest, the sorest, the most genial.
As a remedy, as well as an antidote, for dyspep?
sia, fever and ague and liver disease, there ls no
combination of vegetable specifics ac present
known which even approaches it In efficacy.
Anticipate the enemy. The elements of innume?
rable diseases are afloat tn the raw, damp, m er? lit?
tle winter air. Will you defend yourself against
them or not, good reader? That ls the question.
A bottle or two of the great defensive medicine of
the age, HOSTETTER'S BITTERS, will so
strengthen and brace up your bodily powers as to
enable them to "laugh a siege to scorn." The
morbid matter which was exhaled In perspiration
through your pores in snmmer finds no such
free egress now. A powerful counteracting agent
is therefore needed, and you have lt la HOSTET?
TER'S BITTERS. They neutralize the matertes
marbi from which disease originates, and regu?
late ali the secretive Organa Nothing can be
more harmless or more healthful-nothing so po?
tent to prevent or cure biliousness, dyspepsia,
fever and ague, constipation and general debili?
ty, as this wonderful corrective. novs-eoaa
^OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS, SIS?
TERS and daughters, are liable to many physical
sufferings, which, from want of a remedy adapt?
ed to their case, are often endured to their per?
manent injury. The PHILOTOKEN or Female's
Friend can be relied upon, and each bottle ls ac?
companied with directions for treatlug every
complaint peculiar to adult females. Sold by the
Druggists at one dollar. At wholesale by DOWIE,
M0I6E A DAVIS, No. 169 Meeting street.
pm\ GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From thc time when, ia 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and us extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing :n the history of Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians In treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin. MAX ERNST HENRY, into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else or the present day can equal HEN
HY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get bettor a.ner only one
dose has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-TEdltor "Argos." ianl7 lvr
pm* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sen: postpaid cn receipt o.'10 cents. Ad?
dress Dr. S. 3. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
pm AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TROSSES.-Comfort and Care for the Ruptured.
Sen* postpaid on receipt or 10 cen:s. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, Na 120 Lexington avenue, New
^LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, an old Oerman Tonic_
?T-fr-LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN HIT?
TERS, the most delightful and effective in the
pm- UPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS itrengthens the debilitated._
? L1PPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS cores female complaints._
? LLPPMAN't? GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures "never well" people._
/aTIJPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS 41 ' lg ive an appetite. Junio-fmw
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
ESTATE OP MES. SUSAN C. NEWTON,
Residence Ko. 92 Cannon street, and three
Banding Lots on Spring.
Will be sold at auction THIS DAT, 8th Instant,
at the old Post Office, at ll -o'clock,
That desirable two story wooden DWELL?
ING, on brick basement, with piazza, and
known as No. 92 (north side) Cannon
street. . House contains sis square rooms,
pantry, Ac.; stable on lot. Measuring 100 feet
front on Cannon by 150 feet in depth, more or lesa.
Also, three lots Lo rear of the above, fronting on
Spring, measuring 3a feet each by leo In depth,
more or less.
Terms-Half cash, with balance In one year with
interest, secured by bond and mortgage. Pur?
chaser to pay us for paper and stamps,
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SHELVING AND FIXTURES, AT No. ll
BROAD STREET, AT AUCTION.
WU1 be sold at io o'clock, THIS DAT, the 8th
Instant, on the premises known as the "Courte?
SHELVINGS, Drawers, Counters, Desks and Gas
A Large OFFICE STOVE.
Terms cash, and removal or the Fixtures upon
day of sale. nov8
*By T. ?L CATER..
WILL BE SOLD AT No. ??2 VENDUE
BANGE, at 9 o'clock,
8 Orates CROCKERY-Bowls, Plates, Teas,
Ewers and Basins, Ac, Aa, Ac.
By T. if. CATER,
SALE OF CLOTHING THIS MORNING,
at my Scwe, on second floor, at half past io
o'clock, No. 22 Vendue Range, such as
\.- FROCK COATS
Black and Co ored Pants
Vests, Silk and Velvet
Merino Undershirts, Ac, Ac
And many other articles.
By LAURE F & ALEXANDER.
STRIPS, SHOULDERS, HAMS, ?c
THIS DAY, 8th Instant, will b i sold, hero re
oar Store, at 10 o'clock,
6 bbl*. Sugar-cured STRIPS
10 bMs. Pig Shoulders
200 Canvassed Hims
lo boxes D. S. and Smoked Shoulders
10 boxes Jolee and Heada .
Butter. Lari, Paper, Molasses, Ac.
MACQUEEN & RIECKE
WILL SELL BEFORE THEIR STORES,
Nos. 21 and S3' Vendue Range, at o o'clock
A. M., THIS DAY,
io tierces 8. ?.'. CANVASSED HAMS
2500 pounda Unbagtred S. C. Hams
500 pounds Small S. C. Shoulders
2000 pounds Smoked Beef
3000 pounds Dry Salted Shoulders
25 kits Sweet Country Butter
50 tabs Fair State Batter
2 tierces Smoked Beef Tongues.
BY JOHN 6. MILNOR & CO.
DRY GOODS, HATS, MERINO SHIRTS,
WORK BOXES, AC.
THUS DAY, 7th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell at our store, No. 135 Meeting street,
Fancy and Mourning PRINTS, Black and Fancy
Satinets. Cadet Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, Oassl
meres, Red, Blue, Gray, and White Flannel, Cotton
Flannel, Denims, Shirting, Stripes, Ticking, Blue
Plaids. Bleached and Brown Shirting. Ginghams,
Cambrics, Black Alpaca, De Laines, Corset Jeans,
White and Merino Shirts, Men's and Boy's Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, Balmoral Skirts, Balmoral
Hose, Black Kerseys, Hosiery, Head and Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Fancy Work Boxes, Ac.
By A. U. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, 8th, at lo o'clock, will be posi?
tively 60ld In oar Store, No. 133 Meeting street, to
An assorted Stock of Domestic and Fancy DRY
GUODS, White. Fancy and Hickory Shirt?, Merino
and Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers,
Wool and - tatton Socks and Stockings, White and
Colored Handkerchiefs, Marseilles and other
quilts. Doable and Single Shawls, Balmoral Skirts,
Umbrellas. Hats, Watches and Jewelry, Pocket
and Table Cutlery, Pipes. Suspenders, Combs,
Wallets, Buttons, Needles, Thread and many other
articles In the Notion line.
Pieces Heavy Wool CARPETINO, Window
Shades, and Oil Cloth Table Covers._nov8
By HUTSON LEE,
FINE DRAY MULE.
Will be sold THIS DAY. at half-past 10
o'clock A. M., at corner Broad and State streets,
One large DRAY MULE, seven years Old.
Conditions cash. novs
'Auctioneers' JJrioate Sales, &t.
Auctioneers, No. 31 Broad street.
AT PRIVATE SALE-AFINE SORREL
MARE, six years old, warranted sound;
draws well either In double or single harness, and
an excellent Saddle Nag. Apply as above.
By J. FRASER MATHEWS.
AT PRIVATE SALE.-TWO FARMS OF
20 and io acres each, on Sanscouol street,
Charleston Neck. TWO FARMS or 4>? and 8
RESIDENCE near tac''College, la the Town of
~By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Real Estate Broker, No. 56 Broad Street.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS or best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
E W 'T~X~S~H I (
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
MENKE A MULLER.
MERCHANT TAILORS, No, 325 KINO STREET,
Have Just opened the largest and finest stock of
Clothing ever offered In this city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BO Yt1, comprising a foil assort?
ment or DRESS and BUSINESS SUITS, Derby
Suits, Walking Coats, Overcoats, Pea-Jackets, Ac.
The largest i onion is or Imported goods, and
manufactured into garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recommend them as regards fit,
wear and workaianshlp.
Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls supplied with
the finest selection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths. Doeskins. Beavers, Tricots,
Meltons, Ve vetlne, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy. Casslmeres. Ac, and a large variety or mod?
ern Pants and Yest Patterns, which we make up
to order, by measure, in the latest style. The
foreman In this department of our bustuess has
no equal In the artistic world for cutting and pro?
ducing au elegant flt.
FURNISHING GOODS.-This department ls sup?
plied with the Celebrated %* Shins, Eugllsh,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Couvolssler'sKltls, Buckskin. Cas
simere, Silk and Ihreart Gloves, Linen and Paper
Collars, Neck Ties, Bows, .scarfs, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac.
Our stock has beeu selected with great care,
and prices marked very low lu plain flgurts.
Buyers In our line will find lt to their advan?
tage to cati In and see for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tuthh'Jmos
L . JURS,
Having just received a new *n-l complete
stock or CLOTHS. Casslmeres, Ves- Patterns and
Furnishing Goods. Ls prepared to make to order
t?entlemeu's Clothes lu the latest styles and from
the b-"*t materials.
Particular attention is requested to thc follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS. FANCY CASSIM ERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and esamlne for yourself ar. No. u: King
rpHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUR!
FY1NG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (In Pills or
Powders.) for the oura of all Acute or Chronic
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and imper
Also, the following Medicines by the same (Pro?
fessor Louis Wandram, Brunswick, Germany :j
Herb Tea (for Dyspepsia and Nervousness)
Rheumatic iferft Toa.
Eve Water. , hmt
Wundwasser (thc German "Pal nk Bier.)
For sale by ^r. H. ; A EH,
cu j JU No. xn Meering stree
faction Sales-rjgto? ?ase.
By WM. McKAY.
STOCK OF A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Household Furniture. Cooking store?.' Ac. AO.
TO-MORROW. Wednesday, at t?o. 140 Meecmi
street, at 10 o'clock, at private sale,
Superior CLOTHS for Business Suits
4 Cotton Glos (Kew) at $15.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
SALE OF BALANCE OF FURNITURE
or Calder House, corner of Church and.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 10th instant, at 10
o'clock, on above premises,
Tue remainder of FURNITURE, consisting of;
Parlor and Dicing Room Furniture, Bedstead?,
Mattresses, Carpets, Wardrobes, Bureaus. Pic?
tures, Ac, Ac.
Terms cash._ _nov9
BJ A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
THE BANK OF CHARLESTON VS. W.
T. Saunders and N. B. Pro thro. .
By virtue of an order In the above case to mo
directed, will be sold on TUESDAY, the 29th day
of November Instant, at li o'olock A. M., in front
of the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on Thomas
street, Cannonsboro1, formerly Charleston Neck, '
and known by the letter A, in a certain plat of
Lands of Edward R. Laurens and Edward Ma?
grath, trustees, which said plat W3S drawn by
Robert K. Payne, surveyor, and dated 21st Sep?
tember, 1849, me tauting In front on Thomas
street 45 feet, on the west or back line SS feet,
and In depth, from east to west, iso feet; bound?
ing to thc cast on Thomas street, to the west
partly by Lot K in the said plat, to the north by
Lot Bin raid piar, aud to the south on Laud now
or late of Bishop Bowen.
AU those THREE LOTS, situated on Islington
Court, in Cannonsboro' aforesaid, and known hy?
the letters H, N and L. oo a certain plat or Landa
Lot H-Measuring la front on Islington Court
40 feet, same on the east or back line, and 100
feet In depth, more or less; bounding west by Is?
lington Court, east by Lot A la said plat, north by
Lot K, and south by Laud now or late or Bishop.
LOT N-Measuring la front on Islington Court
4G '""ct, esme on east or back line, and lu depth 100
feet t inches, m ore or le?; bounding west on Isling?
ton Court, east, partly by Lot A and partly by Lot B
in said plat, north by Lot L, and south by Los K.
LOT L-measuring in front on Islington Court
40 feet, same on the eastor back line, and lndjnth
on north Une 102 feet, and on sooth line 101 feet
4 biches, more or leas; bounding west by Isling?
ton Court, east partir by Lot B and partlyrby Lot
0 In said plat, to the north partly by-Lot UL
partly by Lot N and partly by Lot 0, and south
by Lot K.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in ono and two
years. The credit portion to be secured by bond
and mortgage of the premises; the buildings to
be insured, and kept insured, and the policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
nov8-tn4_E. W. M. MACKEY, S, C. 0.
Bf W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS.
SALE OF CHROMOS AT No. 157* KING
street, between Queen and Clifford streets.
On WEDNESDAY, the 9th instant, at the above
store, commencing at ll o'clock, will be sold,
A flue assortment of CHROMO PAINTINGS ia
rich and handsome frames.
Pictures now on exhibition.
Terms cash._- novT
By W. Y. LEITCH & TL S. BRUNS.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
By virtue of au order of sale to me directed by
the Hon. G. S. Bryan, Jndge of the United States
District Court for the Distriot of South Gamboa,
1 wlU offer for sale at public auotion, on THURS?
DAY, November 24th, 1870. at ll o'clock A M., at
the Old Postoffice, root or Broad street.
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being In the Parish of St. James
Goose Creek, on the southwest side of the Sooth
CaroUna Railroad track, in the County of Charles?
ton and State aforesaid, containing one hundred
and fifty-one (isl) acres, more or less, aod more
fully described in a mortgage recorded in the
office of Mesne Conveyance for Charleston Coun?
ty, on May 23d. 1867, In book K, page 2S0.
Ter ms-One-hall cash; balance in one year, to
be secured by bond of pm chaser, with interest at
the rate of 7 per cent per annum, and a mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay fur papers and
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being on Ed.?to island, in the
county of Colloton and State aforesaid, known aa"
Laurel HUI, containing three hundred (330) acres,
more or less; butting and boanning north on
Lands of Henry Seabrook; east on creek; south
on creek; west on Lands of J. J. Murray.
Terms-One-third (H) cash; the balance In two
equal successive annual instalments, to be secur?
ed by bond or purchaser, bearing interest at 7 per
cent, from day of sale, and a mortgage of the pre?
mises. Purchaser to pay for papers and sumps.
All that HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND, with Bake?
ry attached, situate, lying and being on the north
side of Tradd street, la the city of charleston,
lately owned by tho estate of James F. MarshalL
AU that LOT OF LAND, situ ite, lying and being
on the south side of Tradd street, In the City of
Charleston, lately owned by estate of James F.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal
successive annual Instalments, to be secured by
bond of purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
7 per cent, per annum, and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. .'- LOUIS McLAIN,
By A. P. CALDWELL.
On WEDEESDAY next, the 9th inst., will bs
sold at my Store, No. 4 Ch lmers street, at 10
6 bales SUPERIOR SCOTCH BAGGING.
By LOWNDES & GRLMBALL.
PALMER ET AL VS. PIPKIN ET AL.
By virtue of an order in this case, I will of?
fer for sale at public auction on TUESDAY, 22d
Instant, at ll o'clock A. M., at Hie Old Postoffice,
AU that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND, sit?
uate, lying and belog In the Parish of St. Ste?
phen's, known as "Pine Tree." containing Ave
thousand and eighty-nine (S089) acres of Land,
more or less? and butting and bounding north on
Lands or Dr. Joun S. Palmer, Platt, Burnes and
others, east on Lands of Barrett and Santee
Swamp, south on Lands of Crawford and McCay,
and wc t ou Slnkler and Gravel Hill tract.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in oae and two
years, with interest from day nf sale, payable an?
nually until the whole principal and Interest be
folly paid. Purchaser to pay me f r stamps and
papers. W. sT. JULIEN JERVKY,
FOR SALE, BY ASSIGNEE IN BANK
District Court of the United States, Sooth Caro?
lina District-In the matter of the Laurens Rail?
road Company, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
By order of Hon. G. S. Bryan. District Judge of
the CDited States, for South Carolina District, I
will sell, ac Pabilo outcry, in the City of Colum?
bia, South Carolina, at 12 o'clock meridian, on the
7th dav of December, 1870, free from aU Utas and
Incumbrances, all equity of redemption being
forever barred, and absolutely foreclosed, the
following property, viz:
The Track and hosd-bed, Bridges, Culverts,
Machine Shops, Water Tanks and Station-houses,
all the Locomotives, cars and Machinery, and ail,
and singular the Property and Assets, real and
personal, or every description what-oc?er, of THE
LAURENS RAILROAD COMPANY, and all the
rights aud privileges, franchises and easements
lawfully held, used or enjoyed by the said Lau?
rens Railroad Company, on the following terms,
viz: - ? ? T'
Forty-two thousand dollars to be paid In cash,
and the residue in bond of the purciaaer. payable
In one. two and. three years, with interest at
seven per cent, per annum, payable serai-annual
Iv, and seenred by a morrgsgn of the premises
sold; provided, howerer, that the purchaser shall
have leave to nay the whole hid In cash, ir he pre?
fers to do so, JAMES M. BAXTER,
Assignee or Laurens R. R. Company.
X. B_The Laurens Itiilroad ls thirty-three
mUes In length, running from Laurensvtil-', S. C.,
through a very productive cotton region, and
densely poDuiated countr-. and connecting at
Xewberry with the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road. Any Information respecting the property
onVred for sale above, will be Blady furnished on
application to JAMES M. BAXTER,
oct2S-rtui:) Assignee, Newberry. S. 0.
HISOLM A W H A LEY,
NO. 30 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formed a copart?
nership for carrying on the Practice of Law, un?
der the Ann name oi-CFJISOLM k WHALEY.
R. CHISOLM, JIL
oct? _W. JAMES WHALEY.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.,
GEOLOGIST AND MINING ENGINEER,
NO. 23 CtEORfiE STREET."
Preliminary Examinations -of Phosphate and
Mineral Landa, Geological Surveys and Maps, Es?
timates of Taluea, and Plans of Mining furnished.
A FULL ASSORTMENT j ait received hy
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'alys NJ tu Meeting street.