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Sleeting? Tnt? Day.
Mina Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
.Orange Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Palmetito Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tbl? Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, cotton gin, Ac.
TRAIN OFF THE TRACK.-The night train
from Charleston to Columbia ran off the track,
on Friday night last, three miles from the former
place. Titree passenger coaches were a little
damaged, and one of the train hands slightly
hurt. There was no delay of any consequence.
STATE ITEMS-The Laurens Railroad ls to be
sold on December 7.
Georgetown has had a frost, and Orangeburg
was nipped on Friday.
The steam Ure engine for. the Wlnyahs, of
-Georgetown, has arrived safe, and ls in the hands
of that ef_clent company.
PERSONAL-General John 8. Preston arrived
in the city yesterday morning, and ls staying at
the Chariest - n Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence arrived in this city
from Savannah yesterday afternoon, and are
staying at the Charleston Hotel.
lilas Laura Keene arrived on the same train,
and ls at the Mills House.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Susan Wilson, arrested
for attempting to steal a book from Holmes's Book
House, appeared before the Mayor on Saturday,
and was discharged, the prosecutor not appear-'
r Alexander Simmons was sent to jail on Satur?
day by Trial Justice John G. Mackey, for commit?
ting an assault, with Intent to kill, upon Major
Hamilton, whom he dangerously wountVl, at
Bikers ville, by inflicting a deep cut on the temple
with a razor.
ARRIVAL OF GUANO.-The bark Sarah, Cap?
tain Joseph Snow, arrived at this port yesterday,
after a passage of one hundred and twenty-nine
days from the Phoenix Islands, bi the South Paci?
fic Ocean, with 003 tons of the well-kscwn "Phoe?
nix" guano. The Sarah ls consigned to Messrs.
wilcox, Gibb3 & Co., and brings the first direct
shipment of guano of the season. This enterpris?
ing house has also six other vessels on the way
from the Phoenix Islands to this port .and Savan?
TH? GREENVILLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-At
a. late hour on Saturday Colonel James Hagood
was still alive, and faint hopes were entertained
of his recovery. Mr. Stephen H. Smith, of New?
berry, is dead, and Trapp, thc colored mau agent,
is In a precarious condition. An Inquest was held
in Columbia upon the bodies of Mrs. Forgartle,
Minerva Bateman, Grace Mon tangue, II. J. Lomax
and Stephen H. Smith, and the Jury returned a
verdict that they came to their deaths l rom in?
juries received by an accident which occurred on
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad on the 10th
of November, 1870.
CASES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES COMMIS?
SIONER.-on Saturday, G. F. McIntyre, chairman
of the board of commissioners of elections for Col
leton County, Captain Grace and C. S. Brann, also
04" Coll eton, were bound over to appear before the
January term of Court-Captain Grace in the sum
$500, and the others $500 each.
Sixteen parties from CoUeton County who have
been arrested for intimidating voters, voting
twice, and other violations of the election laws,
were brought to Charleston on Saturday and
lodged In j ali to await an examination by Com?
A HANDSOME IMPROVEMENT.-Mr. C. D. An?
tens, the well-known King street grocer, has I,
-commenced to move into his fine new store on ,
King street, near Beaufatn. The building, which J
was constructed under the supervision of Mr. ,
John Lopez, ls one of the handsomest on King .
atreet. It ls three stories in height, and about j
thirty feet wide. The first story has an bron front, .
consisting of two round and two square Corm- ?
thlan columns, with seml-clrcnlar headings, from j
the Phoenix Iron Works of this city. These ,
columns have aot yet received their final coat of
paint, which wlU be a fine stone color. The re?
mainder of the front ls of a cream-colored
-cement, of a tint rather darker than that
in ordinary ose. The whole front - ls
topped with a parapet, the centre of which ls
seml-clrcuiar, adding much to the elegant e and
finish of the budding. The lower floor ls elegant?
ly fitted up as a spacious store. The counters
are made from Car o lina yellow pine, with black
walnut mouldings. The windows are aU of the
etyle known as French windows, and those on
the front of the building wUl be furnished wi h
Venetian blinds. The brick work of the structure
was done by Mr. Culleton; the wood work by Mr.
Lopez, the contractor. The handsome gas flx
turesnre from Mr. W. F. Paddon, and the paint?
ing ls another evidence of the skill displayed by
Messrs. T. A. Beamish Sc Co., in the decoration of
the Academy of Music. The plastering was done
bj Henry Richardson, a colored man. May the
enterprise displayed by Mr. Atrrens, iu the erec?
tion of this elegant establishment, become conta?
gious among our citizens I
Hotel Arrivals, November 18 and 13.
M. E. Dykes, Adams' Run; Willam R. Bloke,
Sparenburg; - Carron, Branchville House; P.
L. Gunns, Laurens; J. M. Cantwell, W. M. Cum?
mings, R'dgevllle; W. H. Edlnger, Louisville; Ed?
ward Cary, Mrs. E. T. Chase, Albany; W. York. M.
D., Slmcoe, Canada; R. R. Blakely, Clinton; A.
Malis, Laurens; Rudolph Teusler, Lynchburg,
Va. ; John Low, Alfred Nightingale, William E.
Stanton, Mrs. Carrie S. Stanton, Mrs. F. R. Morse,
Miss Abbie Whitman aad two children, New York;
D. Carroll, Fort Motte; R. F. Turner, Clarendon;
E. B. Rose, Williamsburg; William W. McNeal, W.
D. Bar bin, Leesville; H. 0. Goods, New Orleans;
W. Wallace, Columbia; Miss Brooks, Miss An?
drews, Conn Stuart, W. J. Harley, E. W. Blanche,
Augustus Lewis, New York; James Mccutchell,
Master H. W. McCutchen, George B. Mills, 0. M.
Saddler, Soth Carolina; Wm. L. Dauro, Summer?
ville; PhUip Gaylor?!, New York; J. Ross and wife,
OpeliKa; R. J. Withers and wire, Mrs. M. A.
Withers, Miss Iv* Steele,' Mr?. George Steele,
TorkvlUe; G. M. Jordan, Bright Side; W. Lawtey,
Hull, England ; Dr. L. H. Willard and lady, Aile
ghanyr S. W. Vick, WUmlngton; Frederick Berg?
mann, Georges, wilcox, J. B. Sard j, New York;
W. H. Cohen, Mrs. Casa, Miss Cass, Savannah;
George Sellers, Marysville; E. Hall, Centre; Jennie
Ross, Atlanta; John Rodgers, Union ville; S. Clapp,
Georgia; Mrs. Preston, John S. Preston, R. s.
Archer, Richmond; James Lahey, New York; B. F.
Stoddard, Samuel L. French, Boston; E. T. Wal?
ton, Wilmington; R. Dozier, Miss M. E. Dozier,
Georgetown; J. T. Sanders, N. E. Railroad; W. H.
Edlnger, LoulsvIUe; A. S. Stothoff, New York;
Winiam W. Smith, M Van Sickle, Peter Schehr,
Brooklyn; B. F. Jenkins, W. M. Wallace, Philadel?
phia; W. Brown, Bath; James A. Hoyt and lady,
M.S. Bleckley, Anderson; C. E. Manson, South
Carolina; John J. Merritt, Brooklyn; C. J. Win?
gate and son, Mabie; A. DuMont, Mobile; W. P.
Clarke, Washington; A. D. McClenner, J. A.
White, New York; E. Hautr, Cincinnati; S. Haugr
dorf, New York; A. Lucas, St. Thomas; C. A.
Larendon, Georgia; W. J. Florence, wife and
maid, New York; S B. Dow, South Carolin?.
J. R. Allen. Lexington; W. Carter, Ireland; J.
W. Giles, United States Army; J. B. Wilson, Sweet
Springs; G. F. Mitchell and family, Somerset;
"on. J. Day and wife, South Dea nam; H. winter
and wife, Boston; H. M Faller, South Carolina; J.
Morgan, New York; T. B. Fornard, Jr., Liverpool;
B. C. Flannagan, Charlottesville; Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholls, New York; S. W. Vick, Wilmington; T.
Haney, F. King, Baltimore; J. Holmes, C. R. Fow?
ler, New York; R. 0. Gray, Washf -ton; J. C.
Saskejri, J. Gorham, Miss Laura Keene, Sa?
THE SKATING RINK.-This popular resort Is
crowded every day, and especially in the morn?
ing, when ic is attended by large numbers of the
DEATH OF COLONEL EDWIN H. LOCKE.-We
regret to announce the death or this estimable
gentleman, at his residence. In this city, yester?
day. Colonel Locke had been ote of our promi?
nent business men, but had retired, although he
was still a director in the Soutwestern Railroad
Bank. He was about forty-seven years old. His
ronera! will take place to-day at 3 o'clock, at St.
ORDINATION_Rev. Peter Gowan, who has
been lor some time past officiating at the Zion
Presbyterian Church In Calhoun street, was last
night regularly ordained as pastor or that congre?
gation- This church was built berore the war for
the use or the colored Presbyterians, and under
the charge or Rev. j. L. Glrardeau the congrega?
tion Increased and prospered. Since the war,.?lr
cumstances have not been favorable to the growth
or colored congregations under white ministers,
but Mr. Gowan has devoted himself to this work
with a truly missionary spirit, and lt is to be
hoped that he wiu be the means or doing much
good among those for whom he labors.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT AT THE THEATRE.
The attention or the management or the Acade?
my or Music ls respectfully called to theaecesslty
of enforcing order among the audience. On Sat?
urday night the conduct or the galleries, and or
one or two persons in tho parquette, was dis
gracerul, and the persons creating the disturb?
ance 6hould have been arrested. A mis?
take has given rise to tue mortifying re?
port that an attach? of the press lead the dis?
turbance. It need scarcely be said that neither
THE NEWS nor the Courier have any man on their
staff who would bs guilty of such conduct.
CoLOfBiA HOTEL.-This first-class.stopping
place for travellers through the capital or our
State ls now doing a thriving business, and reap?
ing the fruits or a close attention to the comforts
of Its guests. On Friday last there were over 324
guests at the hotel, and before 12 o'clock, on
Saturday, IS" had beea dispatched on their ways
by the different railroads. We have experienced
the courtesy of the proprietor, Mr. Gorman, and
the unable disposition of the bookkeeper, Mr.
Buds, during the late week, and their efforts to
accommodate visitors lu the late Jam have made
them many a grateful friend. AU travellers who
desire comfort aud the best of accommodations,
wUl do well to give them a call In passing through
THE NEW YOE?K SAILING PACKETS.-The
Merchant line of vessels between New York and
this- city continues to perform the quick passages
and transport the large and valuable cargoes, for
which they have always been noted. The line
schooner B. N. Hawkins, or.these packet?, arrived
here yesterday forenoon, in the rapid run or four
days from New York, bringing a heavy and valua?
ble freight list to city and Interior merchants.
The vessels on the route are first-class, well com?
manded and managed so as to do the best work;
their Success has In consequence been remarka?
ble. Captain Wyatt, of the Hawkins, who has
just returned te his command after a short ab?
sence, has always stood high as an able shipmas?
ter, and during his long experience in sailing to
this port, some twenty years, he has never made
an Important call on the underwriters. This line
can be relied on for quick and safe work. The
agents here are Messrs. W. Roach A Co.
AMUSEMENTS-THE FLORENCES TO-NIOHT.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence b?gln their brief sea?
son at the Academy of Music to-night, when Mr.
Florence will appear as Paddy O'Rafferty In "Born
to Good Luck," and Mrs. Florence will play Annie
Spruce, in the Protean comedy or "Mischievous
Annie." The Florences have an established r?puta?
tion In Europe as well as in the United States,
and, wherever the? have performed, have be?
come the subject of even enthusiastic praise. In
Savannah, on Friday night, the fifth night of the
eagagemeat of the Florences, the theatre was
H""d te overflowing, and the News goei so far as
lo say that lt was "tho largest and most rashlon
ible assemblage" which lt had seen within the
iheatre for many years. This ls a good omen, and
f professional skill, and a performance la every
ivay attractive, have an; power In commanding
luccess. Charleston wiU give the Florences to
alght a welcome even warmer than that which
they received upon their last visit to this city.
ELECTION OF CITY OFFICERS.- City Council
will, at its regular meeting to-morrow nigh', pro?
ceed to the election of city officers. The number
or candidates, as usual upon such occasions, ls
large. Among them are the following : ?
For Clerk or Council-W. R. Mitchell, the pres?
For Chimney Con Actors-Peter Ashe, M. M.
Brown, J. D. Robinson. W. J. Oliver, present In?
cumbents, and Jaco1) L. Clover.
For Keeper ot the Tidal Drains-Alexander Wil?
liams, present lncuml-ent, and Francis Desvernay,
Joseph Green, and one other, whose name we
could not ascertain.
For Inspectors of Naval Stores-F. W. Stanland
and Julius Roumlllat.
For Gaugers of Liquors-Clarence Levy and A.
For Inspectors and Measurers of Lumber-C. S.
Jenkins. George J. Kelly. William Burke, William
Fields, J. G. Rentiers and S. P. Bennett, present
Incumbents, and A. A. St. Arnaud.
For Keeper or the Public Cemetery-J. D. Brown,
For Portwardens-William Bird, T. W. John?
son, George O'Neill, J. W. Anderson and J. C. Hol?
loway, present Incumbents, S. D. Kirk and
For Inspector or Flour-E. C. Tharin, M. Caul?
field and one other.
There are no applications on file, up to this
time, for the positions of city Inspector, city reg?
istrar, harbor-master, city physicians and physi?
cians of the Orphanhouse. The present city sher?
iff, George Addison, and the officers of the police
and detective forces, will hold their offices until
the close of Mayor Pillsbury's administration
There will, however, be an election lor second
lieutenant or police, to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the election or Lieut. W. N. Tart, to be coroner
or Charleston County. The candidates for this
office are William Viney and J. H. Mlnott. The
members ol Council will meet In caucus this after?
noon, and probably come to some understanding,
so as to hurry up matters to-morrow evening.
s va i NE a a NOTICES.
SHOES ! SHOES ?-Just received a flue assort?
ment or Boots and Shoes, selected from the best
manufacturers. They are offered at retail, and
ac low rates. Jo us COMMINS,
No. 131 Meeting street, near Market street.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at No.
161 King street; also at thc Hasel street Bazaar.
octlO-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
FIFTY PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and 161 Klug street.
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for doc, at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
161 King street._ _ octio-mtu
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. novia
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCEKY. Juns j
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,
RUSTIC GOODS! RUSTTO GOODS!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. 161 King street. octl8
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prerared to furnish good envelopes, with
business -lards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business mau should have his card printed on
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at S3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 so per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office
SALE OF CLOTHING.-Messrs. John G. Mll
nor A Co. will sell at their store in Me eu D g street,
at 10 o'clock to-morrow, a large assortment of
clothing, bats, blankets and assorted dry goods,
consisting of flannels, Jeans, satinets, plaids,
stripes, tickings, shirtings, handkerchiefs, Ac.
DRY GOODS.-Mr. A. R. Stillman has just re?
ceived alarg? and valuable addition to the excel?
lent stock which ls always to be found at his well
known establishment on King street, near Went?
worth, consisting of the flnest grades of broad?
cloths, casslmeres, chinchilla cloths, flannels, ?c.,
which are more particularly enumerated lahls
advertisement in another column.
WATER-PROOF BROGANS.-Just received four
cases of those celebrated Brogans, for whiter
wear. Sold by the single pair, by
No. 131 Meeting street, near the Market.
DOUGLAS-LEMAN.-On Tuesday evening, the
8th Inst., by the Rev. C. P. Gadsden, ALBERTS.
DOUGLAS to K*TIE A., eldest daughter of Mr. E. P.
Leman, aU of this city. .
?S*TEE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. EDWIN H. LOCKE and family,
are respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral of
the former, at St. Philip's Church, THIS DAY, at 3
o'clock, P. M. novu
jjar* A QUESTION IN MANY HOMES.
The fine times when we could aU live on the
fat o? the land have gone by, perhaps never to
return. Of late, the question how to obtain the
largest amount of wholesome, palatable nourish?
ment at the lowest possible price, has been earn?
estly discussed in thousands of American homes.
The introduction of Sea Moss Farine as a na?
tional rood staple, solves that problem. From no
other article under the sun can the same amount
of delicious fare be obtained for the same
cost. The custards, Charlottes, JeUles, puddings,
Ac, made from It are "fit for Juno when she
banquets;" and as a clarifier for refining cider
and other fermented potables, lt bas no equal.
The Sea Moss Farine Co., who own the patent
for the article, have their central depot at 53 Park
Place, New York, and within twelve months
they have established a business of Immense
magnitude and importance. novi4-tnwr3Pac
0t* A NATIONAL MEDICINE.-ONE
can hardly pick up a newspaper or turn a street
corner now-a-days that he does not find, staring
bim tn the face, the announcement that Professor
So-and-so has Jnst discovered a medicine which ls
a panacea for all the ills that flesh ls or may be
heir to. These "wonderful" discoveries usually
have an existence of a few months, then disap?
pear from public notice. The reason of their sud?
den extinguishment ls apparent. They were
humbugs. At the outset all medical preparations
have an equal chance for succ?s?, as all are equal?
ly unknown ; but the chaff ls soon winnowed from
the grain by the practical test which an unpreju- j
diced public applies to all things. There are but
few preparations of medicine which have with?
stood the Impartial judgment of the people for
any length or time. One or the few which we
have now In mind, and which has been a long
time familiar to nearly every household in the
land, ls the celebrated HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS. Thou* almost universal sale and nse,
and their emphatic endorsement from all portions
of the country, compel the admission that they
must be a sp?cule for the aliments for which they
are recommended. Letters before us attest their
efficacy lu diseases of the throat, bowels and
liver. In that truly terrible complaint, dyspepsia,
they are regarded as a Bore cure. In Pittsburgh,
where these Bitters are manufactured, their sale
for home ase ls Immense. This fact alone speaks
volumes In their favor.-Extracts from the Mua
cattne Courter, Iowa, February 7, 1387.
^39-DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, WHOLE?
SALE DRUGGISTS of this city, have received a
supply of DR. HASKELL'S ELBCTRIC OIL AND
CARBOLIC CANCER SALVE, the great medical
wonders, and are the Sole Wholesale Agents for
the State. The Electric kills all pain instantane?
ously-sure cure for Piles and Diseases of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Rheumatism, Ac. The
Salve posltlve'y cures Cancers, Ulcers and Old
Sores, without pain. A. H. DAVEOA, Chester, S.
C., and E. J. OLIVIERO, Druggists, Orangeburg,
have lt for sale. For Bale by all Druggists.
ftp NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS'AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.-Money de?
posited on or before the 21st of November, will
draw Interest from November 1st. Interest allow
ed, and compounded in March, July and Novem?
ber, and on Special Deposits every thirty days.
AU Deposits payable on demand, with Interest
due. NATHAN RITTER,
$ar~ THE LARGEST WORKSHOP OF
the body is the Liver, whose office lt ls to with?
draw the bile from the blood; when this Impor?
tant organ does not -act, the skin assumes a yel?
low appearance, and generally a sick headache
sets in, with cul ly sensations, and cold hands and
feet, accompanied' wllh loss of appetite. The sys?
tem becomes clogged, the machinery does not
work well, and both mind and body are disorder?
ed, the afflicted becoming cross and fretful, find?
ing fault with every thing around them. To any
person In this condition, Dr. D..JAYNE'S SANA?
TIVE PILLS are recommended; by their stimula?
ting action the Liver soon recovers Its healthy
tone, and ls enabled to perform Its proper func?
tions. Costiveness ls cured, and all the aggrava?
ting symptoms of BfUousness removed. Sold
everywhere. For sale by GOODRICH, WINEMAN
? CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cnarleston, S. C.
jE9-LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, an old German Tonio._
~>fr-LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, the most delightful and effective In the
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS strengthens the debilitated._?
g?r LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures female complaints._
p?- LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cnreB "never weU" people._
^-LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS wUl give an appetite._JunlO-rmw
jzafT- GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
lor Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety or getting Married, with sanitary
help ror those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sen: free, tn sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, In 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbone Acid" and Its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In 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 or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the Dnlted States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after onlu one
dose has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-[Editor "Argus." jan!7 lyr
pB* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easUy, without doctor or medi?
cines, sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Ad.
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
p&- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Care for the Raptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
pa- CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
LINB schooner B. N. HAWKINS' will send for
Goods to Adger's North Wharr. Goods not called
for before sunset will be stored at their risk and
expense. No claims allowed after Goods are re?
moved. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Gbeds not taken away
at sunset, will remain on wharf at consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SOUTH CAROLINA are notified that she will dis?
charge cargo THIS DAT, at Pier No. 2, Union
Wharves. Goods uncalled for at sunset will be
stored at Consignee's risk and expense.
novl4-l_W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
pm- THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTF?L
ly announces his return to the city, and his re?
sumption of the practice of Law. Office No. 29
00vl2-smw3?_JOHN F. FICKEN.
pa- THREE WEEKS AFTER DATE,
application will be made to the Planters' and Me?
chanics' Bank for renewal of Certificates lost: 2
Shares, dated February 10th, 1848, K. L. SIMONS,
in trust for A. TA VE AU SUIONS, and l Share,
No. 15,833, In the name of K. L. SIMONS.
nov3-thl m2_AUGUSTUS T. SIMONS.
pa- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 197, dated August 13th, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN HUNN, Chairman Board of |
County Commissioners, and drawn on E. S.
KUH, County Treasurer, has been lost or mis?
laid at Columbia, South Carolina. This ls to warn
all parties that the said Check ls nuU and void, no
equivalent having been received therefor.
By order of the Board.
JOHN HUNN, Chairman,
novlO-30 JAMES E. MCGREGOR, Clerk.
^-OFFICE OF CHER AW AND SALIS?
BURY RAILROAD COMPANY-GHERAW, S. C.,
OCTOBER 25TH, 1870.-TO CONTRACTORS
Bids are Invited for GRADING the Cheraw and
Salisbury Railroad, between Cheraw and Wades
boro', as far as located, say 18 miles, com?
mencing at Cheraw.
Profiles and specifications win be shown, and aU
necessary lnlormatlon given by the undersigned
at Cheraw, S. C., from the 1st to the 21st Novem?
ber ensuing, when it ls proposed to let the con?
tract. ? GEORGE W, EARLE,
oct28-wfml2 _Chief Engineer.
pa* THE PARK LOLA-UNITED
STATES Of AMERICA, DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Whereas a Libel hath been filed in
the District Court of the United States, for the
District or South Carolina, on the 10th day. of
November, In the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy, by D. T. CORBIN,
Esquire, Proctor In benair or the United States or
America, and praying the usual process and
monition or the Court that au persons interested
In the said Vessel, her tackle, apparel and furni?
ture, may be cited to answer the premises, and,
ail due proceedings being had, that the same may
be decreed to be sold, and the proceeds thereof
be distributed according to law. Therefore, in
pursuance or the said monition, nnder the seal of
said Court, to me directed and deUvered, I do
hereby give notice generally unto all persons hav?
ing or pretending to have any right, title or In?
terest therein, and to G. W. MERRILL, Master or
the said Bark, In special, to appear before the
said Court, at the City er Charleston, on the SIX?
TEENTH day of November, ir lt be a Court Day,
or else on the next Court Day thereafter, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to answer
the said Libel and to make their allegations In
Dated at Charleston, the 10th day of November,
In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and seventy. L. E. JOHNSON,
U. S. Marsha!, Dist riot of South Carolina.
TAKE ATEB'B I rnSLS FOR ALL
the purposes of a purgative, fo r Constipation, In?
digestion, Headache and Liver Complaint: By
universal accord, they are the best or all purga?
tives for family use._novll-fmw3Daw
.^BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best In the world
harmless, reliable, Instantaneous, does not con?
tain lead, aor any vitalic poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has had thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold its Integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by aU Druggists. Applied
at No. 16 Bond street, New York.
no v28 fmwlyr
L f J ? R S,
Having just received a new and complete
stock of CLOTHS, Casslmeres. Vest Patterns and
Furnishing Goods, is prepared to make to order
Gentlemeu'B Clothes In the latest styles and from
the best materials.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY CASSLMERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine lor yourself at No. 147 King
O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
50 tons No. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Chincha Islands.
50 tons Whitlock's Vegetator.
25 tons Dissolved Bone.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents for the sa.e or PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arrival itom the Penman
Islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the G?n??
ral Agent's price In New York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo wfil be
inspected and analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satir&ctory guarantees of Its qnaUty and
purity wlU always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CC,
TD E A B D 'S LOCK TIES.
These TIES have just been received by the Eng
Ush vessel Gove, and are now in store.
Orders will be Ulled with promptness and atten?
tion. GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors.
nov4-10 Church street, City.
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. L. LUNSFORD, No. 27 Queen Street.
I wish to inform my friends and the pubUc gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK FURNITURE ls
still at No. 27 (?ueeu street, where ali the diseases
that Furniture ls heir to will be cured speedUy
and on the most reasonable terms as usual.
Send In, therefore, aU your Bick and wounded
patients, and I will heal them and make glad the
the hearts of all those who favor me with patron?
age In this line.
I would respectfully beg leave to caU your at?
tention to the fact that I am selling the best Sew?
ing Machines to be found in the market, a Doom
plete, for only $17. Call and examine for your?
selves, and read the testimonials in favor of the
Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma?
chine, and then 1 am sure you will take one home
with yon. ;J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 27 Queen street, near Calder House.
WOOD SAWED AT 50 CENTS PER
cord for each cut, from and arter this
date; and sold at. WM. JOHNSON'S WOOD AND
COAL YARD, east end Laurens street.
1 j un 20-1 a mo
QUrrion Sales-^Gttjis War,
Bj WM. McKAY.
BALANCE OP A RETAIL DEY GOODS
W?1 sell THIS DAY, Monday, at 10 o'clock, at
No. 140 Meeting street,
Pieces Cloths, Prints. Flannels, Shirts, Draw?
ers, Handkerchiefs, Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Hose and Half Ho9e. and a large lot Sand rles.
Also, a BILLIARD TABLE and HAND COTTON
On WEDNESDAY, Estate Sale of superior
Household FURNITURE, Parlor and Bedroom
Carpets. Particulars In future advertisement.
. ilgricttitnrol Jmplewents.
Jg R I N LY'S PLOUGHS.
From the Anderson Intelligencer, November io,
1870.-Report of the Committee on PLOUGHS
and PLOUGHING of the Anderson Farmer's As?
sociation, November, 1870:
The Committee on Ploughs and Ploughing have
performed their duty as well as. under the dis?
advantageous attendant circumstances of hard
ground, and the want of other suitable prepara?
tions for the occasion, they were able to do, and
make the following awards:
For the best Two-Horse Turning Plough, they
award the premium to the w?tt Plough; th?
Dixie Ploogb very little, ir anything, Interior. No
other Two-Horse Plough was exhibited for the
premium. The Briely having taken the premium
at our last Fair was ruled ont
For the best One-Horse Plough, they award the
premium to the Brlnly Plough exhibited by Mr.
N. E. Sullivan. ~
For the best Subsoil Plough, to th? Primly by the
Brlnly's Ploughs are for sale by
0. GR. :;LEY,
novl4 No. 52 East Bay Street.
Clading ano irnrmsfymg ?GOOS.
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTT'S STYLES ?.SCOTT'S
FALL AND WINTER
FALL ANO WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
u. NOW READY.
JMJ?SN3B Sro CE Gr
PAPER c?LL?i?, CHAMPION BRACES,
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
SOCKS, CALL DRAWERS,
SCARFS. AND BBS CANES,
CANES, TH KM. SCARFS,
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS.
CHAMPION BRACES, PAPER COLLARS,}
IN GREAT VAVIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
D? OREAT VARIETY
? . AT
SCOTT'S STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
oct8_Opposite the Market.
T. H. LAWTON A CO
NEW CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING.
We open the season with an entirely NEW
STOCK OF CLOTHING, of all grades, and Furnish?
acjrica tho moat Elegant
Stock the Freshest
Prices most Economical
Variety the Largest.
SPECIALTIES IN CLOTHING.
GARRICKS AND OVER SACKS
The Prince of Wales Frock
The Derby Sack
The American Walking Coat
Very Low-Prlced Business Salta
SPECIALTIES IN FURNISHING GOODS.
Umbrellas and Canes
Trunks and Travelling Bags
Toilet Articles and Notions
English Driving Gloves
Reynler's Dog Gloves
Garnler's Kid Gloves
The Kensington Scarr
The Vernon Scarf
The Temptation Scarf
The Musson Scarf
The Russian Braces
The Guyot Braces.
And, a fuU stock of ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC
UNDER GARMENTS, White Shirts, Neglige. Shina,
Linen and Paper Collara, English and German
Hah* Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
and Neck wear of every description.
?-PRICES ALWAYS UNIFORM.
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
J. H. LAWTON k CO.,
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
CORNER OF KINO AND MARKET STREETS,
oct21 Charleston, S. 0., fmw
irancyj ?coos, &t.
""gALL, BLACK <fc CO.,
Nos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
In closing ont their Department of
offer their Immense and entire stock of real fand
imitation Bronze CHANDELIERS, Brackets, Hall
Lights, Portable Stands, Ac,
AT LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF MANU?
This ls au opportunity seldom offered to those
about furnishing houses, stores, churches, Ac,
for procuring the fluest work and newest pat?
terns at moilerate prices.
A large stock of Pattern Moulds to be sold cheap
to the trade arter March l, 1871.
The sale will continue for about three months.
?lillinerrj, ifoncrj ?cods, Ut.
I L L I N E R Y OPENING
A full assortment of
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.'
Cloaks on hand and made to order.
In all its branches, promptly attended to.
Country orders receive special attention.
oct22-lmwf2moa No. 304 King street.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retad, by
Dr. I*- HAKR,
oetfl N? -131 Meeting street.
Unction Soles-fume HUass.
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
KOBERT TV. DISHER VS. T. D. WAG?
NER, ET AL .
By virtue of aa order of. Court in the above
case to me directed, will be sold on MONDAY, the
5th day or December next, at ll o'clock A. M., In
front of the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT of LAND with the bandings- there?
on, sit cate on the we it side of Hanover street, In
the City of Charleston, and known as I, In a plat
of the Lands of the estate of General Samuel
Crnlkshacks, drawn by Joseph H. Yates, Sur?
veyor; butting and bounding north by thc Israel?
ite Cemetery, ninety-three feet seven inches, then
running northward at the back of said Cemetery
forty-uine feet nine Inches, then westwardly on
Lands of Dr. F. Y. Porcaer forty-seven feet one
Inch, eist by Hanover street seventy-one feet
eleven inches, south by Lot number 2 on said plat
hereinafter described one hudred and thirty-eight
feet nine Inches, and west by Lots 7 and 6 on said
plat hereinafter described, and by Lands of Wm.
H. GUtlland, one hundred and twelve feet seven
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, adjoining the above to the south, and known
as No. 2 lu thc aforesaid plat, measuring and con?
taining seventy-one feet eleven inches in front on
Banover street, and the same on the back line,
one hundred and thirty-eight feet nine Inches In
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to the
north by Lot No. 1, above described, east by
llanover street, south by Lots S and 4 in said plat
conveyed to James Dunning and Steedraan Yea?
don, and west by Lots 5 and 6 hereinafter de?
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the east side
of Nassau street, in the City o? Charleston, and
known as No. 5 on the above-mentioned plat,
measuring and containing In front on s lid street
thlrty-nlae feet eleven Inches, and the same on
the back line, and one hundred and forty feet In
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to the
north by Lot 6 hereinafter de?cribed, east by Lots
2 and 4 in said plat, south by lands or John
Dewees, and west by Nassau street.
AU that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above on
the north, and known as No. S In the above men?
tioned plat, measuring und containing In front on
Nassau street thirty-nine feet eleven Inches, and
the same on the back line, and one hundred and
forty feet in depth, more or less; butting and
bounding to the east, south and north by Lots
Nos. 2. 5 and 7 In said plat, and west by Nassau
All th't LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above to
the north, and known as No. 7 in the above men?
tioned plat, measuring and containing In fronton
Nassau street thirty-nine feet eleven inches, same
on back Une, and one hundred and forty feet in
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to the
east, south and north by Lots Nos. l, 6 and 8 In
said plat, and west by Nassau street.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, adjoining the above to the north, and
known as No. 8 In the aforesaid plat, measuring
and containing lu front on Nasiau street thirty?
nine feet eleven inches, the fame on back Une,
and one hundred an.5 forty feet In depth, more or
less; butting ind boandlng north on lands of Wil?
liam 2. Giuliano, east and south by Lota Koa. 1
and 7 In said plat, and west by Nassau street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In three equal
annual Instalments, payable In one, two and
three years, with interest, payable annually, se?
cured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
the premises, to be axecniau f~ *'** "'""^ A? ftl"
Court of Common Fleas. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
novl4-m4_ 8. C. C.! :
' Bj Tr7. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BR?NS,
MARGARET M. SCH WARTZ, TRUSTEE
and Assignee, vs. JAMES ?. WALKER.
In the Common Plea?, Charleston County.
By virtue of a Judgment In the above entitled ac?
tion, the subscriber, as Referee, wUl sell at the old
Postofflce, foot of Broad street, In 'Charleston, on
WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of November next, at
ll o'clock A. M,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate on the north side of Market [street, in
the City of Charleston, and known as numbers
ninety-six (96) and ninety-eight (98,) measuring la
fronton Market street twenty-seven (27)feet,on
the east Hoe extending to the north eighty (80)
feet, thence east thirty-three (33) feet, thence north
sixty three feet nine Inches (63 feet 0 Inches,) and
on the north line, from east to west, eighty-eight
(88) feet, thence running south sixty-three feet
nine Inches (63 feet 9 Inches,) thence east twenty-.
eight (28) feet, and from thence on the west Une
running south eighty (80) feet; butting and bound
lng to the east on Lands now or late of N. F. Petit
and Walkers, to the north on Land now or late ol.
E. Adams, to the west on Lands now or late of
Leng, SUcox and others, and to the south on Mar?
Terms-Cash enough to pay $1312 25, and also
the costa and disbursements in the action; the
balance payable on or before March 16,1873, se?
cured by bond of purchaser and morts age of tb o
premises, bond bearing Interest at seven per cent.,
payable annually untU the debt be paid. Property
to be Insured and poUcy assigned. Purchaser to
pay Referee for stamps and papers.
oct24-mw6_ASHER D. COHEN, Referee.
Auctioneer, Savannah Ga.
wm be sohl, on the first TUESDAY In De?
cember next, before the Courthouse door, In Chat?
ham County, between the legal hours of sale,
The RICE PLANTATION of the late JohnD.
Mongin, situated on the north bank of the Great
Ogeechee River, in Chatham County, and consist
of about three hundred acres of Rice Land, and
seven hundred and eighty-nine acres of High band,
more or less. Sold free from aU lncumbrances.
Sold by order of the Court of Ordinary of Chatham
County, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of
the estate or the sold John D. Mongin,
Terms-One-third cash, one-third In six months
and one-third In twelve months, secured by mort?
gage on the premises. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and stomps. CHARLES N. WEST, .
Staciioiuers' priorit? Sales, &c.
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AVALUABLE PLANTATION FOR
All that TRACT OFLAND, situate, lying and be?
ing In that part or the the County of Charleston,
m this State, known as the Farish of St. Thomas
and St. Dennis, measuring and containing 6266
27-100 acres high Land, and 390 25-100 acres of |
marsh Land, more or less, butting and bounding to
the north on Lands now or late of Estate of --
Collins, W. B. McDowell, and William Robertson; to
the east on Lands or william Robertson and W. B.
McDowell and Guerln's creek; south by the lands
of John Marshill, W. H. McCall, and James E. Da
tart, and west by Lands now or late of Estate of j
- Rembert, and Lands of winiam Ball.or Ingra
ham, as will appear by a plat thereof, made by
Hume A Tennent, In January, 1867, for Julius La
chicotte, which said tract, with other lands ss con*
veyed to Henry Hagem an by James Tupper,
Master in Equity, by deed dated July 15.1868.
Terms-One fourth cash ; balance payable In 6
equal successive annual instalments, with Inter?
est thereon, at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum,
payable annually, secured by bond or bonds of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
known as Charly wood, situate, lying and being,
part in Christ Church Parish, and part in St.
Thomas's Parish, In the County of Charleston and
State aforesaid, and containing 1354 acres, less 80
acres of Rice Land, previously sold to Mr. Hugh
Rose, and butting, ami bounding to the north on
Lands or Thomas Screven and of the estate of I
Daniel Lessesne, and northeast on Lands of
Joseph Fogartle, cast on Lands of Thomas Scre?
ven, Hugh Rose and John Ward, south on Lands of I
John Champuey, and west on Lands of Dr. Alex?
ander Gardner and the western branch or Wando
River, as per plat of the aforesaid Plantation
maile bv Joseph Purcell, surveyor, dated March,
1788. which said piece or Land aroresald was con
veved by Thomas WUrfall to the said Hugh L.
Rose, by deed bearing dale 17th February, 1802.
and recorded with a plat thereof In the Register of |
Mesne Conveyance, ac Charleston, Book G, No. 7,
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWES,
Real Estate Broker^ No. 5tt Broad Street.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS Of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations In all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
AT PRIVATE l^ALE-FOUR PLANTA?
TIONS, adjoining each other, belonging to
the Estate of Logan, known as "Dung-iupon,"
' Berry Hill," "Chlsolm's"nud "Meyers," situated
In the forks of Wlltowu and Savannah Roads,
thirteen mites from Cnurlesiou, in St. Paul's
Purlsh, containing about 2600 acre?, well adapted
to the culture of cotton, rice and provisions, and
well timbered, good drainage on Log Bridge and
Wallace's Creeks, and good landing for schooners
on the latter pince. Gu the place ls a large dwell?
ing uud outbuildings. Tue Savannah and Charles?
ton Katlnad divides the tract Into two equal
The PINE LAND SUMMER SETTLEMENT, near
the ahove, known as "Mill Brook" or "Logan
ville," containing about 000 acres. oct31-mw9
By R- M. MARSHALL & BRO.
RESIDENCE No. 21 MONTAGUE
At private sale, the above RESIDENCE of brick,
containing six upright and two garret rooms,
dressing room and pantry, cistern, Ac.
Apply at No. 33 Broad street. novl0-thfm3
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
PB. H. BAER,
'nly5 No 131 Meeting street.
J?-nction Saks-Jsinre Waim*
By JOHN 6. MIL VOR & CO.
RFmSiww SALE-CLOTHING, LADIES'
IragSUS?ESiBLANKETS and DRT
TOMORROW, i5th last., at io o'clock, we will
jell at our store, No. las Meeting street
The balance of Stock or CLOTHING and BLACK
3L'.TrJ CLOAKS, to close lu voices. *
350 Ladies' assorted Black Cloth Cloaks som?
richly trimmed '
200 assorted Black Satinet, Casslmere. Jean and
Kersey Coats . - ~"
1200 pair assorted Besvc. Casslmere, Jean and
590 assorted Casslmere and Satin Vests
10 cases Men's and Boys' assorted Casslmere
and Wool Hats
50 dozen assorted Men's Undershirts and
20 dozen White and Colored Bosom Shirts
20 dozen Brown Drill Drawers
20 dozen Belnap Shirts
4 pieces Blue and Black Broadcloth
4 pieces Paney Casslmere
30 dozen floe Engll-'h Brown Half Hose
Black, Brown and Cadet Satinets; Blue, Brown,
md Black Kentucky Jeans; Black Plains; Bed,
Blue, White and Grey Flannel; Brown C. Flannel; .
Blue Drills; Fancy Plaids; Shirting Stripes; Tier
ng; Double and Single Plaid Wool Shawl?; Bal
110ral Skirts; Colored and White Bed Spreads;
Bleached and Brown Shirting; French Madras
adm, Ac, AC.
? bales assorted White, Green End and Gray
loo pair assorted 10-4 and 11-4 White Bed Blankets.
Conditions-Sums under $100 cash; $100 to $300
50 days; over $300, 00 days , for approved city ac?
ceptance. - novii
By A. P. CALDWELL^
TO-MORROW (Tuesday,) the 16th Inst/, wUl
be sold before my Store, No. oo East Bay, on
account of aa Estate, at three-quarters past 9
ll TUBS LARD
16 barrels Sugar ?
15 boxes Choice Ping Tobacco
21 barrels Sugar-house Syrup '
19 boxes Adamantine Candles
0 barrels Flour
33 boxes Brown Soap.
Conditions cash, j_ riovli
By A- c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Hy virtue of sundry excentlons against the
property to me directed and delivered, wlUba
sold oa MONDAY, the 5th day of December next,
at ll o'clock A. M., at the northeast cqrnexofthe
Courthouse, . v*
All the RIGHT, TITLE AND-INTEREST of the ,
defendants In the cases below stated, in the prop?
erty as herelaafter described.- '._
J. X. CEOS WELL VS. A. HOOD AND J. H. HOOD.
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT ?F LAND
altnateln St. Stephen's Parish, called the "Duf
rord Place," containing one thousand acres, more
or less: butting and bounding south by Cooper
Lands, north and east by Laurel HUI - Plantation,
and weat by James Hood's Land?. . .
On account and risk of the former purchaser,
who has failed to comply with the terms of sale- .
SIMON Jt> MACWOOD VA'W, 8. PBBEY 4 JOHN
AU that TRACT OP UDS, containing forty *
--A?. u?M. withthe Buildings thereon.
acres, uiu,. ". --;- - - ;- ?**
situate in Saint Andrew's Parish, ami oounaea
north on Lands of Wm. J. 'Ball and est ne
Parker, east on Lands of estate Parker; southon
Lands of estate Frost, and west on the river road,
and rormerly a portion of the plantation of ?. J. -
Mag wood, known as "Savage Plantation.'' '
* < ALSO.
On account and risk of former purchaser, who
has failed to comply with terms or aale
S. R. SHIPMAN, ADSmriSTBATBIX, ORATELE Y A
PRINGLE sr AL. VS. S. WABBBN ? iLMEB.
AU that TRACT OF LAND; with Improvements
thereon, situate lu Saint Stephen's Parish, and
known as Rode Plantation; containing five hun?
dred and rorty-flve acres, and adjoining the Tract
known as the Murrell Plantation.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY.
novl4-m4 : : ? . 8. O. C.
By A. ?. MCGILLIVRAY,
THE RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION VS.
. Melvin B. WUbnr, etaL
By virtue of an order of Court, to me directed
in the above case, wu 1 be sold on MONDAY, the
6th day of December next, at ll o'clock A. M.,
m front of the old Customhouse,
AU that LOT or LAND, With the Buildings
thereon, situate on the east side or Rutledge
avenue, la the City of Charleston, being a por?
tion of a piece of land lately known aa "Polnaett
Grove:" butting and bounding westward ly on
Rutledge avenue, northwardly and eastvrardly oa
Land ot Jacob H. Kalb-, and' southwardly partly
on Lands ot F. Edwards, partir on .Lands
of the German Evangelical Church, and
partly on Lands of Jacob H. Kalb, measuring and
containing on the north and sonth lines two hun?
dred and twenty feet, m front on Rutledge ave?
nue one hundred and eight feet, and on the east
line one hundred and twelve feet; be sala mea?
surement more or less.
Terms-One third cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two years; credit portion to be
secured by bond or bonds, bearing seven percent,
interest, payable semi-annually from day of sale,
with mortgage of the premises sold; the build?
ings to be insured and kept insured .to the full
amount of the debt, and the policy and poUcles
duly assigned.. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamp?. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. 0. O.
MACQUEEN & SIECKE,
AS.S IGNEE 'S S AL E .
By virtue of an order or the Hon. George
S. Bryan, United States District Judge for the
District or South Carolina, dated nth day of
November, 1870, In the matter of John N. LL
Wohltmann, Bankrupt, ex-parte A. Bischoff,
Assignee, I will expose for sale, on WEDNESDAY,
the 16th day of November, 1870, at the Store on
East Bay, second door north of Lodge alley, at
10 o'clock A. JL, ; >
The entire stock of MERCHANDISE, consisting
LIQUORS, Groceries, Wooden-ware, Ac., Ac, Ac
Terms-All sums or $100 and under cash; over
that amount on a credit or thirty days, the pur?
chaser to give a note with an endorser to be ap?
proved by the Assignee and Register.
novl2-smw3_A. BISCHOFF, Assignee.
By B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
ON TUESDAY, THE 15TH, AT THE
Old Postofflce, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
wiU be sold,
The three and a half story BRICK BUILDING,
No. 82 Queen street. Lot measures-by --. -
Terms-One-third cash, balance by bond, with
interest semi-annually, payable In one and two
years, secured as usual. Purchaser topsy for pa?
pers and stamps._novio-thamtnt
By JOHN E. BOWERS,
E3TATE SALE, BY ORDER OF THE
Win be sold on THURSDAY.' 17th instant, at'll
o'clock, In front of the Old Postofflce, corner of
Broad and East Bay streets.
The following valuable PROPERTY, stat .
All that LOT OF LAND, ?with tUT Buildings
thereon, being at the corner of Washington and
Vernon streets; measuring tn front on Vernon
street 43 feet, more or less, and 66 feet deep on
Washington street, and 66 feet on east Une, more
or less, and 49 feet 6 inches on south or back Une.
The Building ls three stories high, the lower story
ls built or brick, and has been fitted up for a
store, also has 4 square rooms, dressing room
and pantry; the upper stories are wood, with a
tin roof; a four-room kitchen on brick foundation,
with a good brick cistern.
ARowof eight (3) WOODEN TENEMENTS in
Vernon street, next to the corner or Washington
street, two stories high, two rooms in each; Lot
38 feet front on Vernon street, 36 feet on back
Une, by 93 feet deep, more or less.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the smaUtwo
story Wooden Building thereon, in Washington
street, next to the corner of Yt mon street; Lot
measuring and containing 49 feet on north Une,
34 feet 6 inches on back or east Hue. front on
Washington street 35 feet, by 49 feet on south
Une, be the same more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest from day of sale. Property
to be Insured nud policy assigned. Purchasers
to pay J. E. B. for papers and stamps. novl2-6
Will be sold on SALES-DAY, in December
next, (unless disposed or at private sale,)
That valuable GRAIN AND CuTTON PLANTA?
TION on Calhoun's Creek, ten miles from Abbe?
ville Courthouse, near Calhoun's Mills, in Abbeville
County, containing 1600 acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of estate or James Taggar-, Sr..
deceased. Mrs. Catharine Alston, John i.lnk, aaa
others. Between 250 and 300 acres are creek bot?
toms, and about SOO acres timbered.
This tract ls admirably adapted to the growth
ol Cotton, Corn, and all small grain.
There are on the place a comfortable Dwelling
House, and all necessary outbuildings, ample
accommodations for twenty-flve or thirty labor?
ers, and ali the fencing ls In good repair.
With this place will oe a Md. if desired. Horses,
Mules, Cattle, Hog3, Corn. Fodder. Ac, Ac.
This tract will be divided into several tracts, if
desired, to suit purchasers.
The place can be treated for privately until
Sales-Day la December, and if not sold wUl be
Apply to W. H. PARKER,
novi2-D?c2 At Abbeville Courthouse.
QHAMPOOINif AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at then: residences promptly and M
Send orders to
W. E. MASSHALL, Buber,
B-oad street, next door to Telegrana ornoo.