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their papers prompter and regularly, will report
the fact at once to this office. We have been com?
pelled to change two of TBS NEWS carriers, anil
thero may be some confusion in delivering the
papers for several days to come. We will, of
course, cheerrully make flood any omissions that
CASE BEFORE TUB UNITED STATES COMMIS?
SIONER YESTERDAY.-Robert A. Weasy, charged
with having Inferrered with voters at the poll In
Ward 2, in ibo City of Charleston, was examined
and bound over for his appearance before court
tn January next.
HAND PLOUGHS.-Tho Orphauuouse, the
Almshouse and the Old Folks' Home, have each
received a present of a fine garden plough from
that accomplished master carpenter and builder,
Mr. P. P. Toale, of this city. The ploughs are
light, neat, and admirably suited to garden wore.
Having been exhibited at the Instituto Fair, they
took the premium, and are worthy or the atten?
tion of all gardeners.
UNITED STATES Crncuir COURT.-The court
opened at HA. M., Hon. Geo. >. Bryan presiding,
? id disposed of the following: COS.B:
Vfn. M. Holland, et al, ra Thaddeus Kelly, ot al.
Bill In equity. Ordered that the complainants
have leave ro amend their bill, by making Wm.
St. J. Jervey, administrator, cum test. an., of al1
and singular tte goods, "chate?is and credits which
were of WnL Jervey, deceased, In hh hfe-tlme
and at the tune of his death a party defendant In
CLUBS AND STARS.-John 'E. Manuel, con?
fined for being drunk and disorderly la Elliott
street, was sentenced to paya fine of $5, or go
to the House or Correction for ?ve days.
Alexander Plnckuey and.. Ed Braun, confined
for larceny and vagrancy, were brought before,
the Mayor yesterday morning.. The' larceny wa?
clearly established, but as the property had been
recovered, the salt for larceny had been dropped.
They were both sent to th-* House of Correction
for thirty days, under the vagrant law.
CRUMBS.-Coroner Taft held an inquest yes?
terday morning on the body of a colored infant.
Verdict-"Came to ita death by exposure and
James Simmons was arreste 1 and held for ex
amlnatlon on suspicion of having stolen a spy?
James Drayton was arrested yesterday mo:n
lng for Bteillng shoes and othor articles from
O'Neill A Co., No'. 35 Hay ne street, and held for ex?
The funeral of Senator Lomax took -dace In Co?
lumbia on Sunday lust.
NEW DIGNITY POR GEORGE'S STATION.-A j
St. George's correspondent, writing auder onto of
November 17, Infirms us: "A meeting or the citi?
zens of this parish and adjoining ones, w..s held 1
on the ICth lnstant, ror the purpose or takin;
steps towards farming a new county-to hive for j
its wwnty^scat' George's Station, orr the South j
Carollii^-|milr^d.''~C?ft?ln: L. A. Harper was
chairman or the meeting, J. o. Reed secretary, i
Much Interest was manifested, and committees
were appointed tc obtain signatures of those in- '
favor of the move in Orangeburg, Colleton and
Charleston Counties, also a committee to draft a ;
petition to Hie Legislature." <
TUE SOUTHERN AND ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH
COMPANY.-All the merchants and business men ,
of Charleston, who long for cheap and expeditious <
telegraphing, are watching with a lively interest
the steady progress of lids new company, which i
has now engaged offices at the corner of East '
Bay and Broad street, lu the Chamber of Com- j
tuerce building. These offices are light and com
moellons, and will enable the company to carry J
on all Its operations on the same door. They are, i
moreover, tn the very heart of the trade of c
Charleston, being at the point where thc cotton, 8
grocery and general produce business naturally a
centre. The otu ces wUI, we understand, be fitted &
np In handsome /style, aud tho company has cy
already given more than one substantial indica?
tion or its purpose ta do business ar alair prloe,
and with quick dispatch, so that Charleston may 1
have the full benoni of healthy and legitimate
competition la the important matter or telegraph- '
log. j ? < . "'- J" 1
ADUIRALTT COURT.-The court was opened
at ll A. M., Hon. George S. Bryan presiding. Thc ]
following cfise? were disposed of: <
John Jackson, F. Conor a, et ai, seamen, vs. the i
?rt Lola, of Buenos Ayres, a. d. Ida Kimball, of
New York. Libel for seamen's wages. Decreed, t
that the libellants do recover against said vessel <
th9 following som* respectively: Fred. Cofford, i
$3163; Joseph Vincent, $142 407 Th os. Ito m al cw,
SW 66; Ralph Freeman, $24 31; John Aleck, $85 31; ]
John*ncent, $75 95, and John jackson, $86 08, |
together with the costa of .the .-nit.
The United States va the bark Lola. Libel for j
forfeiture for viols;lon of revenue'laws. AdjuOg j
ed, that there wa*' probable cause for the acusare <
of the said baric . _ ,
Fraa.-At about half-past 9 o'clock, yester?
day morning, a fire broke oat in the small two
story w 00*2 a iou se at the southeast corner of 1
Ashley and Bee streets, and la a few moments 1
communicated with the two Btory wooden house 1
adjoining on; Ashley street. Both buildings were
owned by A. EL- Strobed, and were completely de- '
stroyed. Tho.?orneV house was occupied asa '
fruit Btore and dwelling br-Mr. WiUlam Cahill,
who lost all of.his furniture and the greater por- 1
^nT?tht?stoct' TJi?'other house waa occupied
by James B. Thoma*, a well known colored Re* :
former,-who ?acceded la saving all ot his mov- 1
ables. The origin of the fire was purely acciden?
tal. - lt resulted from tho overheating of the stove '
pipe which passed . through the shingled roof.
The loss ls estimated at about $2000, upon which '
there was no ins an nee.
ASSAULT ANB BATTERY.-John Fy ail was yes?
terday brought before Trial Just lc 3 Bennett, on a ]
charge or assault and battery upon Judith Jones.
From the ?vidence It appeared that Fy ?ii had left 1
some movable property with Judith to ?669,
promising'topsy her for her troa'ile. Judith re- 1
rosed to deliver tho property on the demand of
Fy ali without her charges being paid, having kept ?
the property for tare?nontlt^, for which refusal
she received a brutal kicking from htm. lu the
midst of the' kicking her husband came In, and ?'
atteiftpting ro dorena his wife wai laid prostrate
by a blow of the fist from Fyau, who the . de- ]
camped. ? Fy all rs under bonds to appear to-day
before the same' trial Justice, when the case will 1
be tried and decided. _
UNITED. -STATES .-I-TSIKICT COURT, HON. J
GEORGE S. BRYAN, PRiSf?iNO.-The court opened
at ll X. M. yesterday- T?e following cases were
Ex jarte , Episcopal society for the Advance?
ment of Christianity in. the State of South Caro?
lina, m rc the Laurens Railroad Company. Pe'.I- i
non to be allowed co p.ove claim. Ordered that ?
the petitioner have leave to prove claim before J. ,
0. Jaeger, registrar la bankruptcy, who shall re- |
port on the same exactly as If lt had been proved ,
prior to the eth.or October. <
In re McCarthy" A Roy, Involuntary bankrupts, .
ex paite - Smith, assignee. In bankruptcy, j
Ordered that the fund bo paid over to him by the ?
registrar of the court, to bo distributed la ac?
cordance with the provisions sr the Bankrupt
The Putted States vs. James B. Jarrott, execu?
tor! Petition In reference to land taken tor the
National Cemetery. Ordered, 1st, that the ap?
praisal of the land, as set forth lu thc petition,
be set aside; 2d, that it be referred to W. Alston
Pringle, to examine and report-first, by whom
the legal and equitable title or said land lie, and
who Is entitled to receive compensation therefor
from the United States, and second, the cash
vaiiy of said land. The referee will report the
factr found and bis conclusions thereon sepa?
sor later Locals, see First Page.
THE LUTHERAN STN OD.
- -SECOND- SESSION.
Unfinished. Bnalnea?-Reports of Com
ml ttces-Work of American Bible
Society-A rfd rc KS by the Rev. E. A.
Bolles-Elect ?OH or Representatives.
The Synod convened at nine o'clock yester?
day morning, and was opened with a prayer br
the Rev. W. w. H lc ts. The roll was called, and
the minutes of yesterday read and confirmed.
Rev. C. P. B.nslmer and W. K. Bachman, Esq,,
delegates from columbia Church, appeared, and
were received as members of the Synod.
Rev. A. R. Rude presented a letter from the con
gregatlon of Union Church, authenticating the
appointment of Mr. T. C. Moore as commissioner
from that congregation. On motion, Mr. Moore
was received, and the communication referred to ;
a special committee, consisting of Rev. Professor j
Smeltzer, P. Derrick, and Mr. William Halte
Rev. J. H. Honour then read the report of the
committee on unflnbhed business, as follows :
First. Instructions were given to the delegates
to the General Synod to ask for a relinquishment
of their claim to the property or the Taeoioglcal
Seminary. Was the request mader If so, with
Second. A resolution was adopted requiring
pastors to resign their charges, with a view to
enable the churches to comply with the plan for
dividing the pastorates into districts Has this
Tnlrd. Pastors are not allowed :* accept a call
to an v ohurch, tn any pastorate, unless he accepts
a cali to the whole. Has this been complied
Fourth. An advisory committee to the agent of
Newberry Colleg" was appointed to appropriate
the fatula collected by the agent, to the payment of
the salaries of the professors. What amouut was
received and paid?
Fiftb. A commu?e was appointed to take
charge of the interest of the college building, re?
ceive and pay montes pertaining co the same.
Have they performed this duty r
AU ot which ls respectful >y submitted.
J. H. HOMOUR,)
E. CauoaiUN. > Committee.
Qi EHRHARDT, )
The report was received and taken up by Items.
item I. Rev. Bolaest'answered that the action
of the General Synod rendered it unnecessary.
Item 2 was answered affirmatively by all the
Items waa answered affirmatively by all '.ne
pastors sara oae. It was referred to the follow?
ing committee: Reva Bowman, Wertz, and Mr.
Item 4 waa laid on the table for the present.
Item S was answered In the affirmative by Pro?
fessor .smeltzer, who stated that the claims were
aU saibfled,.airl title could now be vested accord -
lng to the direction or the Synod.
The committee No. 2 presented their report.
The report was received and re fer re I to the
committee on pastoral districts, appointed under
Item S of previous report: Messrs. Bow mau,
Wertz and naltewanger.
Rev. Bolnest made a report, which was, on mo?
tion, received and adopted. v .* ?
Rev. L. Muller thea real tho report er commit?
tee No. T on letter No. i from taefdenoan congr^
p-f loa at Atlanta.
Tho report was received and adopted.
Rev. w. Berley, rrom'committee No. o, mado
bis report. i
The report was adopted. Revs. Hou :k Bailoy
?ad Shuley were excused for not attending the i
present mee: lng. i
Rev. E. A. Bolles, general agent of the Amerl- <
can Cible Sod?y for South Carolina, now, upon
Invitation, addressed the Synod, aud gave a com?
prehensive account ot thc work which it had ac?
complished during the past few years, showing
a large amouut of labor done, a groat number of -
copies of the Word of God distributed, andmore
than $4000contributed to tho good work.
At the close or tho Rov. Mr. Bollos's address, the
following resolutions wero presented hy Professor 1
Smeltzer. and unanimously adopted: '
mutreas. The Rev. E. A. Bolles, superintendent
if the American Bible Soeloty in .South Carolina,
das given a statement or the great wurk or the i
society, and especially In this State; therefore
lt ls 1
Rejoiced, That the Americau Bi Me Society, dis?
tributing gratuitously tao Word or God, without
iota or comment, to many In our State who have ?
t not, and are too Indigent to purchase the Ha?
red scriptures, meets with our approbation, a-iO
hall receive our hearty co op?ration.
Rewired 2d, That me Rt>v. E. A. Bolles, the ?
up -i Intender.t or tno American Bible Society lor .
?outh Carolina, ls welcome to operate In our
iharges, and that wo will assist him In hit noble ;
Funds Tor the Synodlcal treasury were called
'or, to be handed to tho treasurer. '
Rev. W. B. Yates, of the Mariners' Church, and '
lev. J. T. Wightman, of the M. E. Church, South, i
vere introduced, and invited to seats as advisory (
The treasurer was then Instructed to refund to 1
tova. Rude and J. Hawkins the amount? of their
ixpenses Incurred In the distribution of the mia- (
Elections were new held ror represeatatlres or
his Synod In the Board of the General synod's.
Seminary and trustee* of the Oolloge at Walhalla, i
?vith the following resuit:
Directors In Theological Seminary-Revs. T. S.
Sol nest, J. Hawkins, J. A. Silga, and Captain W.
I. Bachman and Mr. G. Dlericks.
Trustees cf College-same as for the preceding
rear, with the exception of Major Leaphart In the
Mace or Major R. ?Porche.-, and tho addition of
The Synod then adjourned.
LUT rr ti RAN' APPOINTAI KS rs.- The following
ippolntments have been made for preaching to
norrow, by the ministers of the Lutheran Synod
low In session in this olty:
st. John's Lutheran Ohurch-Rsv. D. M. Gilbert,
it hair-past io o'clock, A. M. Rev. J. Hawkins, at
lalf.past T o'clock, P. M.
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church- Rev. 0. F.
8an?emer, at hair past 10 o'clock, A. M.
Went won h Street Latheran Churoa-Rev. J. A.
illgh, at hiir-past 10 o'o.ock, A. M. Rev. D. M.
Silbert, at half-past 7 o'clock, P. M.
First Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. S. Wlagard,
it half-past io o 'dook, A. M.
Central Presbyterian Church-Rov. Ci. A. Hoaci,
it half-past lo o'clock A. M.
Glebe Street Church-Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, at
lair-past io o'clock A. M.
Circular Ohurch-Her. E. A. Bolles, at half-past
10 o'clock A. M.
French Protestant Church-Rev. J. P. Margart, ,
.it half-past 10 o'clock A. M.
Trinity Met ho Hst Episcopal Ohurch-Rev. T. S.
Boin est, at half past 7 o'clock P. M.
Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church-Rev. J. ;
Hawkins, at hair-past io o'clock A. M.
Spring Street Methodist Episcopal Church-Rev.
r. S. Bolnest, at half-past io o'clock A. M. Rev.
El. S. Wlngard, at half-past 7 o'clock P. M.
Mariners' Church-Rev. S. T. Halmau, at half
past 10 A. M.
Zion Fresbyterlf.n Church, Calhoun street
Rev. J. H. W. Wertz, at half-past 7 P. M. j
Services preparatory to the communion, at St.
form's Church, this tSatarday} afternoon, at 4
The sacrament ot the Lord's Supper will be ad.
n mistered at St. John's Church, to-morrow (San
lay) afternoon, at hair-past 3 o'clock.
THR UNITARIAN CHURCH.-The Rev. Mr.
Cntler, as will bo seen by advertisement, resumes
lils lectures lu the Unitarian Church on to mor?
row evening. The great reputation of Mr. Cutler
joth as an orator and logician, has, for one or
:wo seasons past, collected together large audl
:nccs on these occasions, and they have produced
profound Impression. Thc seats arc free, and we
lave little doubt the public will avail themselves o f
K> (avorable an opportunity to hear the distin?
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Cfflce
is now prepared to rurulsh good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business mau should have his card printed on
Bn.L HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 CO and $8 co per thousand, according to '
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
WHITING DESKS AND PORTFOLIOS, ono dollar
each-Hasel street Bazaar, and No. lei King
Two PRESSING BTECESSITIES.-rTwo fiots,
wore again forcibly presented to tba minda of cid'
?gena' fryttie-nre yestetday inoinlug.-Onuls Un
absolute necessity of n 'plant road tbrongb Cal
bonn or soma otber street above lt. There ia now
no-chance'iii pacing from'.one ?ide oC the city
^tlf$0tae?nt anjp^lutsUtrye ?f?ntfroijBi street,
'without tolling through Band at least sis inches
deep. Kow, the steam fire engines located in the
3d district (which includes all that portion of thc
city, situated north of Calhoun street) are the
Eagle, weighing 5M6 pounds, house- in Meeting
street near John; Washington, we'galng 4MU
pounds, house ln-.Vattdera.orst street, near Klug;
and j th3 Manon, ' weighing 4508 pounds, house in
Cannon street, near King. These ponderous ma?
chines, must be dragged by hand through this
sana, a distance of about half-a-mlle, end there
must bo nojagging-they must get to the Ore as
quietly as possible. ' Why suoh wort for horses
would attract the attention of the society for the
prevention of cruelty to animals, and certainly
former? should attract the notice of City Council.
' The other point Is the ahBolnte uselessness of
the present rais-c tiled are alarm bell. The Just
complaint this morning was that the ben did not
strike the ward until after the engines had been
at the Are for some time. If the alarm cannot be
sounded more promptly, it would be better to
avoid gi- ing-lt all. There scorns no necessity, for
routing up the firemen after the neighbors have
succeeded In checking the Ure, or after some ele?
gant mansion or valuable store h SB become a heap
of ashes, and those who were present at Its des?
truction ara on their way home.
B V 8 IN JE S ii NOTICES.
'CHIONOHa.-Misses Ashton have received a
very large variety of Chignons of the latest style.-,
to which they invite inspection,- at their store,
No. 240 Ring- street. novio-l
ACADEMY OP 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 1 Rosno GOODS!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wau pock-eta, paper
stands, match safes, aad picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. lol King street, octis
CH00M08 ! M CUEAP " CratOHOS ! - Haae
Dtreet.Bazaar and No. 161 King street. novl2-s
MABU YOOT. CLOTIOKO 1-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. ootl4-fs
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCRRY. JUU8
FRAMES 1 FRAMES ! FRAMES ?-AT REDUCED
PRICES ! AT REDUCED PRICKS I-For Photo?
graphs and Imperial Cards-tho greatest variety
ever seen In this city-the Ladles are especially
invited to call at No. iel King street, or at tho
Hasel street Bazaar. oetM-fa
SUDDEN CHANOES OF WEATHER AUB Puo
RCCTIVK of throat diseases, coughs, colds, Ac.
There ls no moro effectual relief m these dis?
eases to bc found, than in the timely use of1
"Brown's Bronchial Troches." They possess real
merit, and have proved their efficacy by a (est of
many years, having received testimonials from
;mlaent men who have used them. For sale by
Dowle, Moise A Davis, Charleston, S. C.
drage, (Eljcmirals, Ut.
jyt. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots anil Herbs, warranted
:o be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
It has been used by hundreds, ami known for
.lie last thirty-ll ve years as one of tho most relia
>le, efilenclous aud harmless preparations ever
hferedlotho suffering. If taken regnlarly and
>er8lstently, lt Is sure to cure:
Uyspcpsla, headache, Jaundice, cuatlveuesi',
;lck headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections ol
he bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
cidueys, rover, nervousness, chills, diseases ol
the skin, Impurity of thc blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pains In
the bowels, pain In the head, fever and ague,
iropsy, bolls, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
:ry slpoias, female affections, and bilious diseases
Prepared only by j. H. ZFULIN A CO., Drug.
fists, Macon, Ga.
Price fl? by mail $1 25.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.
s DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Janis slyr Charleston.
illa tri merri, dnsiingo, Ut.
RETIMG STREET FOUNDRY,
mis SSTABUSaifBNT IS KOW rURKISniKS THU IX
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, of il)
Horse-Powers and Gin Gearing, from o to io feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Milla.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
castines for Buildings, Gratings, Cintern Covers,
sash Weights, Ac., &o.
WILLIAM S. RENFREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
NO. 814 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S 3.
angj m wa_
il ni lr ono s.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILKOAP
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT O* F1CE.1
CUAULi?TON. :'. C.. *.\iy ll, 1370. J
On and after sunday. ttav .otu, the l'aBsong<r
Trams upon Mte >oow. - v oona Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.,,.8.30 A. JJ.
Ar ave .il Augusta.,4.25 p. a
heave -.narleston.8.30 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 P. M
Leave Augusta.,8.00 A. M
Leave Columbia...'.45 A. M
Arrive at charleston.*30 P. M
AuausTA NiGUT t?xr;is.ss.
heave Charleston.8.50 P. a
Leave Augusta.U^io p. jj
Arrive a* Augusta.j/t ?\. a
Arrive at Charleston.8.40 A. B
COLUMBIA Niorrr sxriussd.
Leave Charleston.7.80 p. M
Leave Columbia.7.00 P. ?<
Arrive at Columbia.<i.oo A. li.
Arrive at Charleston.6*45 A. ll
Leave Charleston.6.20 p. H.
Arrive at Summervale.tuo p. M
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. li
Arrlvo at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains 0?
IX0KDAT3, WKDNKSDAVS and SATUKUAYS, and be
tween Camden and KtagvlUe dally, isundays ex
cepted,? connects with up and down Day Pa?
sengerB at Ringville.
Leave Sandon.O.ae A. M
Arrive ar Columbia.ll.oo A. M
Leave Columbia.i.uo p. M
Arrive a; camdon.?.40 p. u
H. T. PEAKE,
mayl3 - General Superintendent.
~'jSBv'c ON ama EES FER, groaosH?P
''EMPIRE, " from Philadelphia, are nottted that
she will discharge cargo Top AT, at Brown's
Wharf.'Goods uncalled for at aunset wll rcmnin
on wharf at owner's risk and expense.
novio-I WM. A. OOURTENAY Agent
ps- SUCCESS IS THE BEST TEST OF
superiority; the wonderful demand for SIM?
MONS'S LIVER REGULATOR ls one o! the con?
vincing proofs that this article is appreciated
abeve overythlng else of the hind. lowever
much Its Jealous defamers may throw their
shafts, truth will prevail, and so wu I thia m edi
cine._ non o-l
ps- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 107, dated August lstt, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN BUNN, Chalrmat Board of
County Commissioners, and drawn bn E. 8.
KUH, County Treasurer, has been lost or mis?
laid at Columbia, Sonth Carolina. This ato warn
uil parties that the said Check ls noll eui void, no
equivalent having been received therefor.
By order of the Board.
JOHN H CNN, Oharman.
BOVlO-30 JAMES E. MCQBEQME, Clerk.
^DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, WHOLE?
SALE DRUOQISTSof this city, have received a
supply of Da. . HASKELL'S ELBCTR?C OIL AND
CARBOLIC CANCER SALVE, the gmt medical
wonders, and are tho Sole Wholesale Agents for
the State. The Electric kills all pata instantane?
ously-sure cure for Piles and Dlsetses of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Rheumatism, Ac. The
Salvo posltlve'y cures lancers, Ulcers and Old
I Sores, without pain. A. H. DAVEOA, Chester, 8.
! a, and E. J. OLIVIERO, Druggists, Orangeburg,
1 have it for sale. For sale by all Druggists.
PS- NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STP.ERT.-Money de?
posited on or before the 2lst of November, will
draw Interest from November 1st. Interest allow?
ed, and compounded la March, July aad Novem?
ber, aad on Special Deposits every thirty days.
All Deposits payable on domaud, with Interest
due. NATHAN IUTTLR,
PS- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure fer tao Ruptured,
sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenuo, New
Torc. dsc'i< ,
FIVE CENTS ADDITIONAL WILL
buy Shoes with sliver or oopper tips, which will
save the buyer the price of a new pair of shoes.
Compared with ragged toes and dirty stockings,
they are beautiful, to say the least. Parents, try
?2-Sx-ASIGNKE'S NOTICE OF APPOINT?
MENT.-lathe District Court of the United Mates
Tor thc Eastern District of South Carolina.-In the
matter of J. N. M. WOHLIMANS, Bankrupt-la
Bankruptcy.-To whom it may concern : Thc un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of lils appointment
as Assignee of J. N. M. WOULTMANN, of the City
of Charleston, tn the Coumy of Charleston and
State of South Carolina, within said Dlstilct, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt npou his own pe?
tition by thc District Court of soi J District.
Dated at. Charleston, lllh day of November,
A. D. 1870. (Signed) : A. BISCHOFF.
?srSHALL NATURE BE SUSTAINED?
To give debilitating medicines to the weak is
aljont as sensible as it would be to try to help a
man to his f.et by kicking him When ho was
That sort of practice ls going out of fashion, lt
has filled so many graveyards ttmt pevple no
loagcr beUsve in iL
If those who aro not btrong by nature expect to
avoid the attacks of disease, they must endeavor
tc? enquire thc vigor necessary to resist lt.
How ls this to be done? Common sause sug?
gests by t ho uso of Invigorating medicine.
The great object 1* to ?fentr?*"? Sy-te-i
without exciting it.
Tuls object ls ??tMmyUah?il by the judicious use
of thc most poteut and finial or all vegetable
tonics and alteratives-HOS TETTER'S STOMACH
Many valuable properties are combined m this
preparation. It Improves tho appetite and ren?
ders dlgestlou oasy and perfect.
It gives steadiness to the nerves, Induces a
healthy, natural flow of bile; prevent* constipa
rion without unduly purging the bowelst gently
stimulates the circulation, aud by promoting a
vigorous condition of the physical system, pro?
motes, also, that cheerfulness whloh is tho t meet
Indication ora well-balanced condition or all the
hummer leaves both the body and thc mutti
more or leas exhausted. Now la the time to re
rrult them, and thus tares all the malarious fevers
and other complaints whloh prostrato so many
thousands every fall._novio-ap-c
ps- THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABB ITU MORN?
ING, at half past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water stTeota. Services by the Rev. W. B. TATES,
^-NOTICE.-AT THE NEXT SES?
SION of the L?gislature the Charleston Riflemen
Club will apply lor a Charter or Incorporation.
ps- NEITHER WEALTH, REFI SE?
MENT, station or condition, are exempt from the
pain and s Ufering entailed upon the daughters
of Eve. AH ure liable to derangement or the
pystem, for which the PHILO TOKES or Female's
Friend ls a special remody, with fall directions
for treating successfully every complaint of adult
females. Sold by the Druggists at one dollar per
bottle. Wholesale Agents. DOWLS, MOISE A
DAVIS, No. lea Meeting street, Charleston.
^PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED CARE?
FULLY and with taste, ir left at KOGARTLS'S
BOOK DEPOSITORY, No. 200 Klug street, lu the !
ps- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without dcutur or medi?
cines. Sent postpaldon receipt of ll cents. Ad
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE,No. l.o Lexlnrton avenue,
Sew Bark._ dgcUi
pS- GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
for Young Mon on Social Evils, and Hie propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent freo. Ul aoale-l envdopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pS-Om THOUSAND DOLLARS RE?
WARD ls oirered by tho proprietor of Dr. Pierce' ?
Alt. Ext. or Ooldea Medical Discovery, fora me
dlolno that will equal lt in tho cure of all severo
lingering Coughs, Livor Complaint or Jlllousness,
and all diseases arising from Impurity of the
blood, as Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and nolls.
Sold by Druggists. Phamphlcts sent free. Ad?
dress Dr. R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo. N. Y.
ps- MEDICAL NOTICE-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe> taming to ?o GENITC
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing thcmselvesunder thc
care Ol Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, omeo No. 74 liasel
street, three doors from the rosto?lco.
pS-h. GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, in 1S34, Dr. RUGiE discov?
ered "t'crbollc Acid" and Its extraurdltary medi?
cal erects, nothing In thc luatory or Mwtclne has
equalled lt. Largely used by the Frach physi?
cians lu treatineut or consumptive aid scrofu?
lous lilscascu, lt was Introduced by the tourt Phy?
sician of Kor?ln, MAX ERNST HENRY.IutO PruE
Bia, and from thence to the Dinted Slates. No
thiug else or the prc.'?nt day can etpal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better afte only one
dose hns been toben, and we cordially recommend
lt io tho public-[Editor "Argus.?' JIDIT lyr
g P I! ? ,1 A.k .^"?jl? ,
Tlie undersignei" ir\D^]j6^K>^^^JI^^
a: tent len of .the'publie to their large and elegant
sto?itof . J?SlS'^t^J
HEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOY'S. CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Jest reoeired, and offering at exceedingly
An earl? call ls reap ec tm .lr solicited, ana ?.vii
faciloa guaranteed u every instance. -..
GEO RGB LITTLE A CO.,
No. 21S King street,
novlS-fmw Below Market street.
SCOTrS SC ZTT'S
SCOTT?-. s orr s
SCOTTS ': STYLES ?OoTT'S
SCOTT'S ' STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTT'S BiYLES SCOTTS
SCOTTS STYLES SCOTTS
'SCOTTS STYLES .SCOTTS
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WiNTEK
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WtaTKR
OnrTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S KUKNJ?HLSG GOODS
GE TLEMSVS F?KN1SUIXG GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
nmirsas STOOK OF
PA PER COLLARS, CHAMPION BRACES,
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
80CKS, CALI. DRAWERS,
SCARFS, AND S BK CANES,
CAN tS, THK1?. SCARFS,
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS,
CHAMPION BRACKS, PAPER C(ILLAR8,|
IN GREAT VAV1ETY
IN GREAT VABIKTY
IN GREAT VARIETY
SCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
oct8 Opposite the Market.
jp ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
Tlie Long and Well-Katahllslmd CLOTHING
HOUSE, corner or
WENTW0R1H AND KING STREETS,
has opened a large and elegant supply or CLOTH?
INO, made up for this market, equal to custom
work, for Men, YouthB and Boys, of new and
staple stylos or goods, and offered at
B . USINE S S SUITS,
la great variety, ai. from $14 to $26.
DERBY SUITS-a New Style.
MORNING AND WALKING COATS,
Of Meltons, Castor, Beavers, Tricot, SUk Mixed
Coating, Cheviot, ?-c., Ac, Ac.
PLAIN AND FANCr CASSIM H RE PANTS
Of the Kewest Patterns or the Season.
Or Cloths, Casslrnercs, Beavers, Velvet, silks, Ac.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For ages or (roui & to 18 years, for Dress and
School purposes, of Cloths, Casslrnercs, Sdk Mixed
Coatings, Ac, Ac, la Sack and Walking Coot
In this department wul be found a large assort?
ment of Menno, Lamb's Wool, Silk, Canton Flan*
nel and Shaker Flannel
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
BILK CRAVATS, BOWS, TIES AND SCARPS
In great variety.
French, Kid and Beaver GLOVES.
English Back, Deerskin, Beaver and Gauntlet
STAB SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Introduced by me twenty-nvo years ago. AQKKT
FOB TUM, and tba largest stock kopt on bandi n
The above named Stan SHIRTS WILL BR M J DI
Ur TO ORDER, ALSO BY MEASURE.
Of the Pioneer, Promenade, Dauntless, Washing,
ton, Astor, Royal, Bismarck and Dickens.
Sapplled with a Full Stock or English, French
and American Cloths, Casslmcrcs, Coatings, Caa*
tor, Beavers, Silk Mixed and Btsket-Faced Coat?
ings. Ac, Ac.
FANCY CASSI MERES,
Of the most Novel and Select Patterns.
Of Plush, Velvets, Caaslmeres and S?fcs, which
Goods will be Made Up to Order, In the well*
known Good Taste always displayed at this
House, and on Moderate Terms.
PURCMABKRS ARE INVITED TO GALL AND MAXS
No. 201 KINO ST., CORNER WESTWORTH.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
L . JURS,
navlng Just, received a new and oo nplete
stock of CLorns, Casslmeres, Vest Patterns and
Furnishing Goods, ls prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Cl'ithea In the latest styles and from
tho best materials.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FiNB BROADCLOTHS, FANCY CASSIMERES,
SILK VEST PAT TE HNS.
call and examino for yourself at No. 147 King
Slj??t 3ron, Ut.
IJUN PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, ?Sc.
FOR SALE BY WU. SnEPnER!) A CO., No. 24
n A Y N E STREET AND No. 3.? PINCKNEY
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
DU. H. BAEB,
'alys No 1D1 Meeting street.
Unction ?ftUs-^tore wags.
TTJ?TED- STATIST Q^AjWEB^C^
U' south 0_rollnar?mtrllrt^
-T. Sc J. Greenya. Baak,oi;Gi ~
"'In tars-ance, c^oraeri
theist of inly. Ai; J), jjnfl,
aforesaid, al I the rollo-frln
TO .THff'B__tK OP-TJEC
t he Office of Messrs.- w.
No. BS Broad street, oa MONDAY, Ute ?ta Dec
ber next, commencing at ll o'clock.
Terms cash. . ? B. E. FRASKK, necetrer.
NOTES H ALU 8? THE BANK Ol7 GEORGETOWN, j
H. Bf. H. andr. A. Hld-ieSOB and Wi J.
Daw3ey, 3 notes, Joly 5, 1850, aggre- ?
TJ. A. Deiettre and H. Buck, 1 note, June
10, 1862, $1835, less paid $315....... $70 00
S. Deas and B. H. Wilson, 1 note, Febrn- A
aryia, I8fli...-..>.......w...:.u..^.. '600 00
Charit* W. W. and J. B. Irby, 1 note in '
Judgment et BennettsvUle, entered.
. np March io, 1882, Interest-to '
B. J. Klrnn and J. Frans; l'-ttote dated ?* ?'J
January 21st, 18?3..... 260 OO
Barney Barnell and E. J. Kl rv in, l note, .
January lat, 1883..'....... l$TO0'
Barney Parnell and 0. W. Dargan, -1 ' * .'.
note, dated Jauuarv 1st, 1364.... 200 oe
James Mnblrow, 1 note, dated January
2d. 1868. 100 00
Joseph E. Wingate and .J. L.-Han ell, 1
. note, dated January 4,1864. 700 00
Joseph E. Wingate, 1 note, February e,
O. W. Morris and B. Clements, l note,
January mb, 1884. . ?_$ Od]
J. A. Dargan,-George W. Dargan and '
Charles* A. Dargan, bond, principal.
arid-interest, Fenruary I.18&8..1.688 00
R. welch and James D. B?l;oo, l note,
dated Ja nary 10,1885...:.. 2<0 00
S. W. Perrott,, simon Parrott and Oliver
Parrort, bond $1000, dated'' ebroary
ist, 1858. interest to leth February,
i86S.'$697 $$...,......v.-.:.....:. 1,697 ?a ;
Joseph W. Ford and P. W.-Ford, 1 note;
dated March 14,1883.:....'.. 8,600 00
James Green, W. 0. White, R. 0. White,
Samuel Green and J. J. Green, l note,
dated February ll, i860.... 8,000 00
John J. Green and Samuel Green, 1 note,
dated Januarys, 1861......... 200 00
T. Holmes and W. J. Graham, 1 note, dat?
ed October io, 18Q1................... 160 00
D. McNalr and A. J. Per vis, i note, dated -
August ll, I860. 1,800 00 )
D. McNalr, A. Blue and R. T. Fowell; 1 . , f
note, dated June 1.1804. ooo oo
W. 8. Croft A Co. and W. A. Henning, 1
note, dated December L 1869.18,000 00 J
B. H. Wilson, .tock note, dated January
i,is7o...:.;. 7,000 oo
B. H. Wilson, stock note, dated January
1, 1370.t.;.1, BOO 00
Leighton ? Snermaa and 0. W. Christie,
1 note, dated December 6,1868. 18,000 00
W. f. Henning and J. G. Henning, 1 note,
. dated January 2,1861. 1,800 00
A. I). Sparks and W. King, l note, dated
May 14,1859. 250 00
J. H. Norm?n, A. N. Johnson and W. J.
Taylor, 1 note, dared October 14, i860. 288 97
T. C. Grier and B. M. Crier, l note, dated
Joly S, 1800. 320 00
S. and J. Sampson, stock note, dated Feb*
mary 2, 1881. 360 00
J. G. Henning, stock note, dated January
1, 18S4. 1,600 00
J. G. Benning, stock note, dated January
1, 1804.26,000 00
J. 0. Henning, stock note, dated January
1, 1801. 1,200 00
A. Maulgault and J. 0. Henning, 1 uote, .
dated Mardi 18,1802. 426 ot
A. Brace, C. Bruce and A. E. Woodham, 1
note, dated Jannary 6,18C6 . 2,030 ie
T. W. Godbolt, A. Godbolt and T. tl.
Stanley, bonn, principal $1180,1 year
Interest, $110 80, dated February 1, ,
1884. 1.690 00
W. II. Harris, W. M. Harris and R. J.
Huggins, bond, principal and inter?
est, dated February 1,1865. 2,247 00
J. P. Wilson and 0. W. Dargan, 1 note,
dated December 8.1804. 300 00
J. P. Wilson and G. W. Dargan, 1 note,
dated February 13, 1805. 500 00
John W. Lee end A. C. Spain, i note,
dated July 19.1384. ..800 00
J. H. Dargan and J. P. Wilson, l note,
dated October 2, 1862.. 200 00
J. H. Dargan and J. P. Wilson, 1 note,
dated November 27. 1864. 600 00
J. B. Wilson and J. O. B. Dargan, Janu?
ary 2, 1886. 500 00 j
J. J. James and J. G. Henning, note,
September IS, 1803. 100 00
J. J. James and ll. L, charles, March 18. i
1861.;.I.. 163 73
J. H. Sparkman and R. S. Heriot, Aprd 14,
1860. 1,200 00
T. W. Beaty, favor Buck A Beaty, on J.
K. Cooper A Co., I7tb September.
1861, at eo days, $105- $136 paid, bal- -
ance. $oo 03
J. R. Cooper A Co., favor T. W. Beaty, on
J. R. Cooper A Co., nth September,
1801, atoo days. 409 00
H. Buck, favor T. W. Beaty, on Buok A
Beaty, 23d October, 1801, at 90 days.. 970 00
Buck s Beaty, favor T. W. Beaty, on B.
Stevens A Son, (November ad, 1881).. SOO 00
Georgetown Railroad, March 6, $6600,
$1840,1881. C.CCU 00
Georgetown Railroad, July io, ?sei,. 3,253 00
H. Buok, on Caarles Buck A Co., New
York, April 20, lsei, remitted Phoe?
nix Bank before the war.. 6,600 00
Hodson, Lane A Co.. on G. E. Prltohett,
July 10,1861, at 80 days. .,?00 00
Hudson, Laue A Co.. on.O. K. Prlcchett,
May 8,1861. at 60 dayu.. 2,600 00
W. S. Hudson and T. M. Hudson, March
?, at 12 months. 408 60
J. H. Tucker on J. R. Tucker, October 15,
1861, at 9o days. 634 04
J. ?.. Tucker on J. H. Tucker, october 17,
1801, at90 days. $13 S7
J. H. Read oa J. H. Read, January 9,186-,
at 12 months. 66. so
A. Morgan on J. H. Read, February 28,
186V, at 12 months, (not protested).. 661 81
T. L. Webb and A. E. Beckman, on T. L.
Webb. February 9,1862. 100 00
Eliza J. Heriot,-on J. R. Sparkman, (re?
newal) February 22, 1862, nt 12
montliB, twas not protested).li,.'.so 94
J. R. Beaty on John R. Beaty, March 7,
1862, at 80 ? ttys. ICO 00
W. W. Harree on Colcock, McCulley A
Molloy, March 16. 18U2, at 9 month.,
les? $18 es paid-balance. CIS 0 . :
S. A J. Samps m on theniaetvea, fi aroa III,
1802, at 120 day 8. 3 OOO GO
E. P. Coachman on E. P. Coachman, May
0,1882, at 9 months. 644 67
R. B. Dewie, favor L. D. Howry, on Baak
of Chai lesion, January 26, i860. 1,600 00
A. H. Behn, favor cashier on Bank of
Charlen vn, February 13,1865.l.ooo co
0. A. Mahony, favor S. M. Duke, on W.
Godfrey, C. S. Depository, January
27, 1865. 663 68
8. C. black, favor of E. T. Wlnkler, on
Bank of Charleston, December 22,
1801. 60 09
Edward Frost, favor of W. H. Harris, on
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Feb?
ruary 8, 1806 . 720 00
B. H. Wilson, favor A. J. Shaw, on Peo?
ple's Rank, February, 1865. 40 00
S. T. Atkinson, Tr., on people's National
Bunk, February ll, 1885 . 26 00
8. T. Atkinson, on Farmer's and Ex?
change Bank, February IL 18S5. 103 00
S. T. Atkinson, oh State Bank, February
11.1565.... 110 60
S< T. Atkinson, on Bank of South caroli?
na February ll, 1806 . 39 60
J. Chceeborough, favor L. D. Mowry A
Co., on Bank of Cbarleston, January
28, 1866 . 267 00
J. Chceeborough, favor L. D. Mowry A
Co., nn Eaukof Charleston, January
23, 1SU5.4. 162 00
STOCKS AND RONDS H Fl LD BY BANK OF
State of South Carolina Loan. 1864, at the
request or Governor Ma? rath.$11,1S9 00
Stocks of State of South Carolina, Seven
Percent., Act 1801, M.D.21,400 00
Bonds of State or South Carolina, Act
1601, M. D.10,000 00
Coupons State or South Carolina Bonde,
Act 1861, M. D. 6,424 00
Conpons State or South Carolina Bonds,
Actisei, Raising Supplies. 6 674 87
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Bonds. 1,000 00
Coup on 3 detached. 210 00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Bonds.,, 1,600 00
Coupons detached.;. 135 00
Commercial Bank of Columbia, Bank
Notes. 880 00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Bank
Bank or Georgetown Stock.\o,2so 00
Georgetown Railroad Stock.2,000 00
Conredcrate Securities, Stocks, Bonds
and Notes.192,550 00
gHEET AND BOLT COPPER. -AGEN?
CY OF BELLEVILLE (N. J.) ROLLING MILLS.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO., No. 24 IIAYNE STREET
AND NO. 33 FINCKNEY STREET. f
CARBO LATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
and destroyer of Rats, Mice Bugs, Oootroacnes.
Ac A small quantity placed where they frequent
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Fain Ex?
A fresh, supply of Fleming's Worm Confections,
the most ratable Lu usa
Also, a fresD supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sala, wholesale and retail, hy
. Dr. EL BABB,
mayao [No. m Meeting street
ty On MONDAY, s?t ?Q?^,.avJTo/14tt ?**^..
?Katti .vaiii/K^n*.?.-.* . . -.- ~2?>h-/:
On THURSDAY. ?fti^i?^
vii : Encino and Boiler. McCa rta j-. ..Oins, Oom
Min CottooT?rAufsnd wlr^.'-B?Jffr^'in?
Table, stove, De^ Ac, ' ' n(?l+-??atbg- ,
! .BT^r^E^pp^ \
Auctioneer, . ,. .-mV' -
of whom.rMnay.- e^ewn?V.0rt?r** the
(Spanish Consol.? . wtn-tfvf?bi .?? ?yc?al '
1 On WBDNE8DAT nest, tho 2Sd instant-a* ll
i o'clock A. M., wu be ?ol J at tne Baited;!: B tate?
[Bonded Worenoa8e,-iQ.KUlott?treet,->-j;r' J.A
I 312 (thi^ iiandretl aniviiwelvwboxesjQ?od to
Choice Grocery FUGA-RS. :r. itav fm**' .
I Damaged on board the 8pani*h "Paquete Caa.
tab ria,'' J. IL Oua<dn Masrer. which pot- lota tbU ;
.port In distress; w;uU-- c.on, her intended, voyage
irom flaearja toward Santander,.andsoidrmordi-r
'or the'Spanish Coasul'?or iheibooeSvofwhom it
j Termsjgaah^ " ?., , : ., _
<\7 AuCllonectiU . . -JK-Ugt- * . V
TKBSIHABLB STORE, NO.- 24 .
JJ' DDE RANGS, ruanlsg' (lirongn to'Acoomv
uiodation Wharf* "' ; -. .. ',-V-r
WUl be SOM' ' oh ' TH C RS DA T, 'Sith,. last., at ll
o'cloct. at the old Post OOeey r^ \.
! That desirable two-story BRICE STORER
with tin roof -and Uoa ,r.-ont, ad^otnms tho
store or T. lt' cater, R?fc,-*n1easuHnir Ur froai*.
19 5-12 feet, on back line ami feet, and In depta
12T feet, be tue sam- fTtm^fltfons more orles*. .
Terms*>HaJ?-c*sh? balance in one y ear.wittrin
terest; policy assigned. Purchaser to payma Cur.'
papera and B lam pa._^ _ _. jmvia-atawttH"'
Bj YT. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
. Auction*?T. . :.
j A CCOMMODATION .WHARP PR?tfBB? *
J\. TY sold for dlv?i'?hhy order of the Execu-"
tors of Joh? Kerguaon and others. ..'<"..*??. W*'"
Willi be sold on WEDNESDAY, loth inst., at u
o'clock, at the Ok) Postofhce,
Toe foli?wlnsr desirable Wha?.Property:
ACCOMMODATION WHARP, 1 ?j
Consisting or anextendre- Pier, ranningto the
channel, with accoramod ail oas for the beamsfcq
draft of vessels upon nota sides ni the Pier,.and j
berths ror-am?ller Vessels 'upon ' each 'abutment*,,
shed, measuring ge? feet, by ti feet aiaeb?a-tis?
width to the east, and Tl feet to tba west. ,7,.^
On? large'BRli? WAaEHOOSB, two nioner
cl?ii, measurinz iso re? rront, br ?7 feet ta width, .
wlth-storago capacity, for --bale* .of cotton,or ?
its iquivaLnt. - . ???.????&
One large WOODEN SHED, for storing abd
weighing cotton; measuring In front 176 feet by
68 feet tu depth. _
I mat" commodious two story, BRICK, RANGE.
containing twelve ornees, now occupied by ^Oat
ton factors, lie reo? by 23 feet. , .
ALSO, , v - .
i At the same time and place,
That two story BRIOK STORE, situated ou Yen
due Range, contalnglng roar ornees, known aa
Nos. 18 and 30. now occupied by Messrs W. R,. .
Ryan and Wagener & M urdan gu, cotton fat tora.
Said promises open In the rear on Aoconmoln
tion Wharf, M reel on Tendue Hange, by 62 feet ia
depth. -r - ? '
That three story BRICK STORE, on Vendue
Rance, (with Wharf omce, two ?torlea blah, at*
tachad, opening oh Accommodation Wharf,)
known as No. 22 Ycadue Range; measuring
feet in frout, by-feat in depth.
Terms and partleulars eau be had on applica?
tion at our omeo. No. 8 j Broad street, where a .
piat of the property ls on exhibition.
Bj A. C McGILLlYRAf,
ALEXANDER H. ABRAHAMS, AS- >
SIGNEE, v?. Catherine Oppenheim and .
By vin ne of an order or court in the above case,
to me directed, wUl be sold on THURSDAY. Ute
8th of December next, at ll o'clock A. M., in trout
of Che Old Cu *t om h ouse,
All that undivided two-thirds Interest and title
maud to all that LOT OP LAND, with the Build?
ings and Improvements thereon, situate on the.
west fide of Kost Bay street, In the City of Charles?
ton, measuring and containing- In breadth 33 feet
6 Inches, and la depth lift feet; batting.and
bounding east on East Bay street, north on Lands
of the Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, soutb on
Lands now or late of George Gibbes, and weet on
Lands now or late of George Gibbes and Alexan?
Terms-One-third cash;balance on a creditor
twelve months, with Interest from day of sale,
secured by bond of porobaser and mortgage of
premises; buildings to be insured and policy as
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
B. W. M. MACKEY,
novlT-lg2deo8_ . S. 0.0.
BJ A. C MCGILLIVRAY,"
ALEXANDER H. ABRAHAMS, AS?
SIGNEE, VB. EMILY F. MEYER., .
By virtue of an order of Court in the *bove
case, to me directed, wUl be sold on TRULJDAT,
the 8 th day of December next, ac ll o'clock A. M,
In front of ihe Old Customhouse
All that certain LOT OP LAND, with the Build?
ings and improvements thereon, situate on the
.outli side of Warren street, Radcllffeboro!, in the
City of Charleston, bel og part of a Lot known as
number sixteen, measuring and containing ta?
iront on said street thirty-nine feet one inch,
more or lesa, and the same on tue back lute, by
one hnndred and ii Tty feet In depth, more Or less;,
butting and bounding north on Warren street,
south on a Lot of Land now or late the property
of Robinson, east on a Lot now or late the prop?
erty of James Dick, Trustee, and west on land
now or late the property or Thomas w. Malone.
Terms-one-third cash; balance on a credit of
twelve months, with interest from day of sale, to
be secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of
the premises. Buildings to be Injured and pol toy
assigned. Purohaser to pay Tor papers and stamps.
noTlft-leadeca E. W*. M. MACKEY,B. .0. 0.
Catharine Harter, Widow and Administra?
trix of J. 8. Harley, deceased, VB. W. W. Harley,
Under order of the Circuit Court of Colteroa
County, made lo the ai ove caa-?, I will ?e l be?
fore the Courthouse, In Walterboro', on MONDAT, .
the Otb day of December next.
The following REAL ESTATE of the late lames
8. Darley :
1. AB that TRACT OF LAND In St. George's .
Parish, on the old seven-mile Road, and ly.ng ou
the Houthwest side of Four Hole swann, waters
or ths Edhuo; bounded by a line running north
west by James 8. Harley's land, southwest antL
southeast by Boyer A lounger's lands, and north- ?
west and northeast by Joan Horn's lands, con?
taining 800 acre*, more or leas.
2. Another TRACT OF LAND, containing. 881
acres, more or less, in Sr. George's Partan, on '
Norman Corner Bay ; bounded by lands or stro?
be!, in anger, May ana Hom, with Dwelling and
outbuildings. . 1. ' . .. -
8. Another TRACT, known a? the "Mm Tract,"
In thewarlsh of St, Georgi's, containing CEO
acres; bounded by lands of vamuet cross-and
others. On mis traet ls about 200 acres of cleared
land under fence, tho very best quality ?or Cotton
and Provisions; also, a site, on which were locat?
ed extensive milla, lately barned, on a novar-Ull?
in g stream.' Tuts ts one of the most valuable
pieces or property in the county.
A LOT at George's Station, on the South Caro?
lina Railroad, containing one-half acre; With
Buildings, thereon, consisting of a Dwelling .
House, with large store beneath, and-oatbufid
A-LOT at Ross Station, of one-half acre, ?Ith
lumber shed thereon.
Terms-one-half cash; balance on a credit of
twelve months, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and sumps, f. K. TERRY,
Sheriff Coller?n County..
SlierhTa Offlce, Walterboro'. 8. 0. n?vi2-e3
Qtactioneera' Priuatc Sales, &z.
~TyXl-iuSEB MATHE WES,
Real Batate Broker, No. 06 Broad Street..
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS Of best quality and
Rico and Cotton Plantations In all psrts af the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lota, and
Farms. _ ocxis-Omo .-,
?pfiENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Ort mau lt s? Co., Parla :
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHATE OF LIMB, a Bov?
ert gn remedy tn nhthlsia-relieves, Coughs,
Guaran?, for headache, neuralgia, Ac.
Pepsine, for Indigestion, loss of appetite, Aa
Iodized Syrup of Horseradish, Invaluable for
persons unable to take Codliver OU-especlaOj
recommended to cutaneous affectiona, and as a
most powerful depurativo.
Mexico capsules and Matlco Injection, a sure,
quick and harmless remedy.
Digestive Lozenges or tee Alkaline Lactates, a
pleasant and effective remedy for fusotlanal de>.
rangement of the digestive organs.
Troches of Pepsine and PaucreaUne,
PURGATIF LB ROT, Pharmacie Cotrjn. > .
VOMITIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cotta. ?
Dragees de Sautontve.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes.
For sale by DT.RVBAEH,
maya? Bo. 181 Meeting tweet.
YpL BING'S ; PTLB EBMKD?.
Far Bale hy DB. H. BABB.