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? To OCR Crrr SUBSCRIBERS.-We beg that
4tny of oar city subscribers who fall to receive
their papers promptly an?! regularly, will report
the fact a; once to this orneo. We have been com?
pelled to ch inge two of THE NEWS aimers, and
there may be some coufuslon In delivering the
papers for several days to come. We will, of
course, cheerfully mike good any .omissions that
may occur. _
Meeting? This Day.
Carolina Rifle Club, at Imll-past 7 P. M.
Stouewall Fire Company, at *t. M.
St. Andrew's Lodg \ at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
William McKay will sell at 10_ o'clock, at bis
store, clothing, Ac.
RAILROAD AND DISTANCE MAP.-Watson, of
??ew York, has Issued a second and revised edi
tlou o' the map of the Uuited States for business
purpose", which was so well received last fall. The
new map shows all the railroads ou the continent,
with thc names of the stations aud the distance
in miles between th?m. The agent for these maps,
Mr. Beatson, offers th^m at the low price of four
INQUESTS.-On Saturday, Coroner Taft held
AU inquest at Price's farm, on the body of Martha
Williams, a colored womaa ahout thirty-three
years old. Upon hearing the testimony the Jury
rendered a verdict or "death from paralysis."
An Inquest was also held on the same day on
the body or Louisa Chestnut, a colored infant,
aged six months, who died in Calhoun street, op
rysite Elizabeth. The jury found a verdict of
'.death rrom congestion or the lungs."
SAVED FROM DROWNING.-On Friday evening
persons in the neighborhood of Union wharf were
startled by loud cries ror help, which proceeded
from two children struggling in the deep water
near the wharf. The two, Willoughby Grant and
Kitty O'Day by- name, had been playing a mo
ment beforehpon the wharr, when an accidental
slip precipitated them both into the water. At
tracted by their cries, Randal Cowan, who hap
pened to be near, hastily ran to their rescue, and
In a short time succeeded tn extricating them
Irom their perilous position, with no other harm
than a thorough wetting and a good scire. The
rescuer (Cowan) resides ia Wall street, and the
prompt and gallant manner in wh'ch he rescued
the young children from a watery grave cannot
be too highly commended.
TH-: SKATING RINK_Since the close of the
German Ladies Fair the rink has been * open regu
larly, and on Saturday morning presented a most
lively appearance. The ample floor of the hall
was covered with skaters-mostly young ladles, a
good many boys, and a few young men-all hurry
lng around, absorbed in their exciting pursuit
The seats along the wall were filled with specta?
tors watching the performances of the graceful
maby and the awkward few, and occasionally
diverted by an "earth shaking" fall. The present
cold, dry weather, and the inducement or a new
set of Plympton skate, have attracted large num?
bers to the morning entertainments, and a sue*
cessful season seems to be lu store for the ener?
getic proprietor, Mr. Thomas Dehoney. The times
favor skating, and all should Indulge and keep up
ac; amusement so conducive to health and
STEALING ox . THE RIVER.-London Brown
came down to the oity a few days ago from Dr.
Jenkins's plantation, on Toogoodoo River, to pur
Chase and carry back goods necessary for the
d jctor's store. Having started back with his boat
well loaded he forgot something, and, anchoring
his boat in the river, took a dug-out and came
back to the shore. Alonzo Butler and Alfred
james were keeping their eyes upon him, how?
ever, and as soon as he left the boat, jumped Into
a small canoe and palled out to Brown's boat at
anchor not far from the shore. They quickly
rifled his boat of everything of any vainc, and,
when Brown got back to his empty craft, had
both disappeared with their booty. Brown wise?
ly pat the matter in the bands of the'detectives,
and, on Saturday morning, O ulcers Trnall,
Lovett and Johnson succeeded In fcrettlng out
the thieves, and arrested them. Most or the stolen
articles were recovered at the same time, together
with the canoe which 'hey used In the robbery.
Upon being brought before the Mayor on Satur?
day morning, they were held for examination.
CITT MORTALITT IN 1869.-Tho annual re?
port of the city registrar. Dr. Robert Lebby, Ju3t
issued from the presses or Messrs. Walker, Evans
A Cogswell, ls remarkably clear In its arrange?
ment, and,contain? a mass or highly valuable
statistical' ?formatlon. -The registrar shows in
tabular rorm th vang* of the thermometer, thc
course of the wbjhjs arid thc state of the weather
during tho year, *?nu< reports at length the dis?
eases treated and tbe^nu ?ber of cases aud deaths
in the city hospitals and.health districts during
the year. An analysis of the report shows that
the proportion of the mortality lo thc whole popu?
lation has Increased from 1 iu 37.SS In 1S60, to 1
In 32.77 in 1833. Another Important fact will b3
seen by comparing the white and eolored mor?
tality in--those years. In 188'). In a population of
26,960 whites, there were 719 deaths, and in 21,440
? colored there were 753.death''. In 1369 there were
453 deathts^mong S0;36S whites and sis among
? 24,570 colored. ?This shows that in a population
which has decreased only 3466 sluce 1S60, thc
white and colore 1 mortality being then nearly
equal, there have? beeu this year 4?? more deaths
among the coloredrwho outnumber the whites In
our city by 4217. The pamphlet ls at the store or
Messrs. Walker, Evans A Cogswell for public dis?
tribution, where any citizen cai obtain a copy by
caiung. - ?- _
Hotel Arrivals; November 19 and 30.
Sr Porcher Smith, Bonneau's; David A.
Beatson, New Iork;D. Dagget and servant, Pee?
dee; J. Boog's, Galveston; R. M. Os leen. Mame;
Mrs. Le Brun, T. 0. Savage, J. Murray and lady,
I. N. Draw, Philadelphia,; N. F. By nam, Ring?
ville; R. S. Basted, Savannah; F. Berneir, Augus?
ta; R. Montgomery ; Colombia; J. D. Haskell, Port?
land; T. W. Stanland, Nor th es tern Railroad; C. C.
Raysor, So. Ca. ; Lieu:. Keene, revenue cutter.
CH iRLKSTON HOT.1L.
Thomas E. Morgan, James Caner, Aiken: E. P.
Baugh, Philadelphia; Z. Creever and lady. Han?
cock Comity, Ga.; John Ralston, New York; H
Gorhan, Macon; A. H. Kingsford, New York; E.
Harmon, Jr., Corry; Captain Renshaw, Ualted
Stages Navy: J. D. Budds and family, Columbia;
W. C. Fergus, B iltlmore; W. Clyburn, Camden;
Walter E.. Moore, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
Farnsworth, Jr., Mrs. Heeren, Infant and child,
New York; E. Sargent, Roxbury; Samuel Reed,
Mount Holly, N. J:; Mr. Briard and lady, Ral tl
more; 0. J. Owens, Mrs. Carriagton, New York
E. M. Speights, Sooth Carolina; Georce Sellers,
Maysviiie; G. E. BatteUe, New York; P. M. Tabb,
Jr., E. L. Jackson, Baltimore; J. H. Locke, Boston;
J, F. Slnnott, Philadelphia; F.J. Bosse, New York;
D. V. Scurry, South Carolina; M. S. McCoy, Balti?
more; E. B. Smith, A. M. Martin, Mas. Alice Mar;
tin,- South Carolina; G. W. Clyde, J. A. Leslie,
Philadelphia; T. G. Pulllam, Augusta; G. Conk
ling, Jrn New York; E. P. Alexander, J. S. Gnig
nard, Colombia; J. H. Smith, Philadelphia; C. J.
Qulnby, New York; B. Frank Jenkins, Richmond;
G. M. Martin, Louisville; A. A. H. Bolgeva n, Hol?
land; Louis H. Londneim, Alabama.
Charles H. Kati, Beaufort; Mr. and Mrs. A?dell,
Boston,Mrs.2S. E. Aiken, Johnnie Aiken, J. L.
McKeever.^New York; Upshar Johnson, Balti?
more; E. Bolles, Jr., Newark; Albert Bowker,
Boston; C. F. Webster and wife, Girard; Louis J. \
Wolff, New York; Vincent Starr, Savannah, D.
Stubbflfleld and wife, Vlrglala;*B. 0. Chaytor, M.
C. Buckley, Baltimore; Martin Hanley, Marietta
Ravel, Misa "Emma Taylor, New York; J. H. Ray?
mond; Richmond;: Mel ville- E.- pro well, Sidney
CroweTl, wife and daughter, c. ?.'?enslow, Mrs.
Wm. Wm. J. Denslow* and et?ld, Fred. N. Booth,
Ntjy York; S. Strather, Chicago; Hon. M. Aylmer,
Hon. H. Aylmer, Canada; P. s. Bogart, A. B.
Dempe. John Wright, New York; H. A. Ryes, Bos?
ton; Emil Nehemlus, Gardner's Corner.
THE LUTHERAN SYNOD.
Opening of the Theological Seminary
at Columbia-The HU* lo nary Society
-Adjournment of the Synod.
The Synod convened at 9 A. M., and was
opened'with prayer by tbe Rev. Dr. Bacbman.
After the calling of the roll, and reading of the
minutes of Friday, which were confirmed, the
excuse of Rev. Dr. Kyser was presented, and he
was, on motion, excused on the ground of 111
A letter, having reference to the widows' fund,
was presented, and referred to a committee con?
sisting of Messrs. Schlrmer, ?Vise and Black.
Rev. Mr .-Bowman read the report of the com?
mittee on the president's report, which was re?
ceived, and taken up by items.
Pending the discussion of the Theological Semi?
nary, the following resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That the board of directors be and
are hereby requested to proceed with the prepar?
atory arrangements for the speedy opening of the
Theological Seminary at Columbia, and for the
reception of the stu lents of this Synod. . .
Resolved, That a collection be taken up for the
benefit of the Seminary, In all our churches, on
the third Sabbath in December next, and succeed?
ing Sabbaths, and that the rt suit ue forwarded to
the board of directors at Columbia.
The subject of tho Missionary Society came up
under the report of the committee on the presi?
dent's report, and elicited a good deal of discus?
sion. It was finally adopted, together with the
Resolved, That we do our utmost, during the
ensuing year, to increase the efficiency of our
The delegates to the last meeting of the General
Synod then made their report, wrhlch was recelv
ed and adopted.
Messrs. Dickert, Rawl and Tv. K. Bachman were
ixcused from further attendance upon the ses
don of Synod.
Frog Level, S. C., was selected as the next place
Synod then adjourned, with prayer by Rev.
Thc Lutheran Ministerium.
The mlnisterium held a meeting after the al
ournment of Synod, and resolved that Mr. H. S.
lingard, a graduate of our college, be ordained
>n Monday evening next.
CB??IBS-The new coroner, Colonel W. N. Taft,
eslgned bis commission as second lieutenant of
>ollce on Saturday.
A cow found going at large is at the Upper
rrards Guardhouse, where lc may be recovered by
he owner upon payment of expenses.
DISTRESSING CASCIALTT.-On Saturday after
?oon, at about one o'olock, a colored man named
lenry Perry was accidentally stabbed in the left
>reast by another colored man named James
Street, while playing together at the South Caro?
ma railroad depot. ?. He was taken to his home
n Longitude lane, near East Bay, where he died
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. An Inquest was
leid on the body by Coroner Taft, and the jury
idjourned to 12 o'clock to-day, In order to obtain
urther evidence. Both of the men wero in the
raploy of Mr. Heseltine King. They were con
Mered warm friends, and the wound ls attrlbu
ed to the careless use of a knife which Street hap
>enod to have in his hind at the time.
A BITECO AFFRAY.-On Friday evening, Mr.
?tbbons, residing lu Church street, having been
rreatly disturbed by the disorderly conduct of an
ntoxicated man named George Martin, In front
>r his hoes;, weat to the door and ordered him
o leave. The latter refused to obey, and as Mr.
ribbons came out to enforce his order, seized him
ironnd the body, and, biting a large piece out of
Jr. G's Un, spat lt on the pavement. Mr. Gibbons
teing pinioned by bis adversary, and unable to
ise his arms, as Martin mide at him a second
lme with a similar intent, fastened his teeth In
he latter's cheek and held on like grim death.
:hey were soon parted, notwithstanding the ef
orts of one Aaron Hey ward, who incited Martin
o the deed. Gibbons appeared before Trial Jus- ,
Icc John G. Mackey on Saturday morning, with
piece of hts lip wrapped up In a piece of brown
aper. A warrant has been Issued for the arrest
f Mania. i
CLUB ASD STARS.-Francis Browda applied
or lodgings and was sent to the Almshouse.
Dafuey Alexander, arrested for.vagrancy and
llsorderly conduct at the corner of Klug and Cat
loun streets, was sent to the House of Correction,
or thirty days, under the vagrant law.
James Simons, lodged for larceny and vagrancy,
vas held for examination.
James Drayton, arrested for larceny and vag
ancy, was sent to thc House of Correction for
hlrty days, as a vagrant.
Robt. Lord, a confederate of James Drayton,
n the Hayne street shoe robbery, confined for
arceny and vagrancy, was sent to the House of
JorrccUm for thirty days, under thc vagrant
London Mitchell, lodged for disorderly con
luct at the South Caroilua Railroad, was dls
>\ Gadsden, lodged for disorderly conduct in
iee street, was turned over to a trial jnstlce.
Thomas Lynch, arrested at his resldencs' lu
Yarren street for brutally beating, his wife, was
lenteu.-ed to pay a Hue or $10 or go to the House
if Correction for twenty days.
REV. R. P. CUTLER'S DISCOURSE.-The Uni
arlau Church was crowded to overflowing last
?venlug by a congregation anxious to hear the
liscourse of Rev. Mr. Catie.- on the "Moral As
lects of the War In Europe, and the Signs of the
rimes." Persons were present of all classes and
tenomluatlons, and the attention of the entire
indlence was riveted from the beginning to the
md of the sermon.
Taking hts tex: from the rebuke or Christ to the
Pharisees: "When it ls evening ye say, 'Ic will be
air weather, for the sky ls red,' and In the morn
ng, 'It wld be foal weather to-day, for the sky ls
?ed and lowering.' O ! ye hypocrites, ye cnn dls
:ern the face of the sky, but can ye not discern
;he signs of the times ?"'-Mr. Cutler Introduced
ils discourse by Inculcating the duty of cul?
ing lessons of wisdom from passing events.
Passing thence to the immediate subject of his
liscourse, he disclaimed all partisan feeling in
European affairs, but acknowledged that In the
outset of the war his sympathies had been with
Germany, because he considered Napoleon as the
aggressor. Discussing the origin of the war, he
analyzed Napoleon's character and administra?
tion, and declared his opinion to be that the chief
elements of both were selfishness and vanity,
rather than magnanimity and greatness-sharp?
ness and trickery, rather thau wisdom and states
ship. He made a distinction between Hie French
Em dre and the French people.and considered that
;he fall of the one wa3 the liberation of the other.
He noted the effect of the war on the "emocratlc
nasses, and considered lt dangerous for King
William to prolong che war unnecessarily.
Mr. Cutler having thus sketched the po?
litical situation, next endeavored to elucidate Its
moral and religious significance. He considered
?he Franco-Prussian war as oue of those Strug
rles through which the human mind progresses
;o a higher degree of knowledge and excellence.
The signs or increased liberty of thought and ac?
tion among the peoples of Europe could already
De seen. This moral revolution was of Interest to
:he people of this country as well as to all the
ivorld; for the highest Interests of the whole
inman race were Che same. Liberty of thongut
ind action meant religions "freedom. Religious
freedom was now rapidly developing Itself Into a
iberal church, which, with ;,Llberty and Christ"
is its motto, would cake possession of the futnre
ind supplant the sectarian system which now
holds sway over so much of the human Intellect
This, of course, ls the merest outline of the ar?
gument of the discourse, and even as au outline
is defective; but lt will serve to show the prin?
cipal points of Interest which weredeveloped by
a writer and speaker of unquestioned ability,
for the instruction of an auditory that could ap?
preciate the effort.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, SS ?0 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at TBS NS WS Job Office.
Farewell ot the Florences.
The Florences closed a brier engagement at
the Academy Saturday evening, in the two pieces
or "Temptation, or the Irish Emigrant" and Mra.
Florence's protean comedy of "Mischievous
' Annie." The house was small, the diablerie ot \
the Davenport's proving too great an attraction
to be withstood by the mass of sight-seers, but
the audience was vociferously well pleased. Mr.
Florence was called out at the end of the first
piece, and Mrs. Florence was continually en?
cored. Their engagement has been highly satis?
factory to all who eDjoy the quiet and restrained
acting for which they are famous. ?
Mlle. Marietta Ravel,
the French pantomimist, opeus her brief engage?
ment to-night at the Academy, In the attractive
play or "The French Spy." Her troupe ls by no
means to be confounded with the Martlnettl
Ravels, who played here a short time since. The
latter play entire pantomimes, while Mlle. Mariet?
ta plays the pantomime characters which occur
la the regular drama, and sometimes both a pan?
tomime and speaking part lu the same play. Mlle.
Marietta will bc supported by Miss Keene's second
dramatic company, which has not yet appeared
before the Charleston public, and offers a new and
brilliant eutertalumeut which has always proved
Interesting and attractive at the nnmerons placeB
where she has performed.
The, Davenport Brothers.
The series of entertainments given by the bro?
thers was brought to a close on Saturday evening,
On which occasion I hey had another large und
select audience. Mr. William Raveuel, Captain
Baker and Major D. L. Wardlaw were selected
from the audience to as;lst lu securing the broth?
ers, Ac. Captain Baker stated, after having tied
one of the brothers, tu?t he had been a sailor for
sixteen years, and that If his prisoner succeeded
In extricating himself from the lashings with
which he had secured him, he must employ
some infernal agency. His astonishment. upon
seeing him a short time after free from the rope,
which lay at his feet, can be better'Imagined than
described. Mr. Ravenel went Into the cabinet
with the pair at one time, and upon emerging
therefrom stated that although each of the broth?
ers was so secured as to render it impossible for
them to stir without his detecting the motion, a
hand had, at his request, boen passed over bis
face, the bells had been wrung and the violins
and guitars played upon. During the dark stance,
the rope with which Profossor Fay was seccired
was untied and placed around Captain Baker's
neck. Those who failed to see the Davenports
have certainly missed au extraordinary exhi?
JOST RECEITED an assortment ol fl ne Import?
ed liquors. Also, Smith's celebrated Philadelphia
ales on draught, at GLEASON'S SALOON,
nov21-l* No. 104 Market Btreet.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR.-This attractive collection
of choice goods at low prices has Just been In?
creased by a new stock brought from New York
by Mr. Archer himself. Purchasers who are fond
of goo 1 bargains should go to the Bazaar to-day.
A. R. STILLMAN'S DRY GOODS HOOSE.-Mr.
A. R. Stillman advertises to-day some more or ?
those elegant dress goods, which he has been
soling at such wonderfully reasonable prfiies.
Ladles in search of winter suits for themselves or
daughters should give him a call.
Go TO GEORGE LITTLE ? Co. for fine All-Wool
Cndersulrls, at $2. novl8-fmw
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90o. each, at No.
161 Klug street; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
octlO-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER SC CO.
FIFTY PICTURE ALBUMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and 101 Klug street.
A NEW LOT of mercantile Note Paper, five
quires for 60c, at the liase! street Bazaar and No.
161 King street._ _ octio-mtu
SHOES ! SHOES 1-Just received a flue assort
nent of Boots and Shoes, selected from the best
manufacturers. They are offered at retail, and
H low rates. JOHN COMMINS,
No. 131 Meeting street, near Market street.
WATER-PROOF BROOANS.-Just received four
cases of those celebrated Brogans, for winter j
wear. Sold by the single pair, by
No. 131 Meeting street, near the Matket.
ACADEMT OF MUSIC SALOON.-A Hot Lunch
every day from ll to 1 o'clock. Oysters served in
every style, day and night. J. P. HORBACH,
oct27-liuo _ Proprietor.
RUSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS !-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, poper
stands, match safes, aud picture frames. Kasel
Street Bazaar and No. 1?1 King street. octlS
HATE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCERY. Jun8
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
or Charleston aud vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the llasel street Bazaar. novl2
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TUE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Seud your orders. Every merchant and
business mau should have his card printed on
iancT) ?ooos, Ut.
STABLISH ED 1854
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES.
GILT, OVAL, WALNUT, and all kiuds of PICTURE
FRAMES for Photographs, Chromos and Needle
Work. Special attentlou given to Reglldlng,
Hanging Glasses and Pictures. Also, OH Paintings
cleaned and varnished. A good assortment of
Chromos, Photographs aud flue Engravings, Ac,
No. 335 KING STREET, ABOVE LIBERTY.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 5C5 and 5G7 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
In closing out their Department of
oiler their immense and entire stock of real land
imitation Bronze CHANDELIERS, Brackets, Hall
Lights, Portable Stands, Ac,
AT LESS THAN TUB ACTUAL COST OF MANU?
This is an opportunity seldom offered to those
about furnishiug houses, stores, churches, ?c.,
for procuring the finest work and newest pat?
terns at mo lerate prices.
A large stock of Pattern Moulds to be sold cheap
to the trade after March l, 1S71.'
Tiie sale will continue for about three months.
?S ABINET-MAKING AND UPHOLSTERY
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. L. LUNSFOBD, No. 27 Queen Street.
I wish to Inform my friends and the public gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK FURNITURE is
still at No. 27 Queen street, where ali the diseases
that Furniture is heir to will be cured speedily
and on the most reasonable terms as nsuai.
Send In, therefore, all your sick and wounded
oatients, and I wi? heal them and make glad the
the hearts of ail those who favor me with patron?
age In this line.
i would respectrally beg leave to call your at?
tention to the fact that 1 am selling the best Sew?
ing Machines to be found in tue marftet, au com?
plete, for only $17. CaU and examine for yonr
selves, and read the testimonials in favor af the
Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma?
chine, and thea lam sure you will take one home
with you. J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 27 Queen street, near Calder House,
CRAIG-HICKLIN.-November 6, bj the Rev.
Marton Boyd. Mr. C. W. CRAIG, of Cheraw, to Miss
0. JOSIE HICKLIN, of Rich Hill, Cheater County,
S. C. *
LANCT.-Died, on the 17th Instant, at his resi?
dence, ?iear Georgetown, S. C., the Rev. M. H.
LANCE, lu the "8th year of lila age.
~p&*??RL YMOR?. -^WJSAlsiWoF
both sexes, In this country, awake every morn?
ing languid, unrefreshed and devoid of all Incli?
nation for breakfast. No matter from what cause
these Indescribable feelings may -proceed, their
best and quickest remedy will be found In a dose
of PLANTATION BITTERS. The beneficial effect
ls Immediate. The stomach at once responds to
the genial Influence of the preparation, and a re
serve of latent vitality, which only required the
awakening agency of this potent lnvigorant to
render lt active, ls brought Into play. Of all ap?
petizers It is the most Infallible, and the Impulse
which It Imparts to the digestive functions soon
puts dyspepsia to flight.
From Sea Moss Farine may be made Blanc
Mange, Lighthouse Pudding, Long Branch Pud?
ding, Farine Cream, Cream Cakes, Farine Pies
und Custards, Ice Cream, Soups, Gravies, Ac.
pS* GO TO GEORGE LITTLE <fc CO.
for BOYS' CLOTHING, all sizes. novl8-fmw
ps** NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 197, dated August 13th, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN H?NN, Chairman Board of
County Commissioners, and drawn on E.
KUH, County Treasurer, has been lost or mis?
laid at Columbia, South Carolina. This ls to warn
all parties that the said Check ls null and void, no
equivalent having been received therefor.
By order of the Board.
JOHN HUNN, Chairman,
novio-ao JAMES E. MCGREGOR, cierk.
^-OFFICE OF CHERAW AND SALIS?
BURY RAILROAD COMPANY-CHERAW, S. C.,
OCTOBER 25TH, 1870.-TO COSTRACTORS.
Bids are invited for GRADTNG the Cheraw and
Salisbury Railroad, between Cheraw and Wades
boro', as far as located, say 18 miles, com*
mencing at Cheraw.
Profiles and specifications will be shown, and all
necessary lnlormatlon given by the undersigned
at Cheraw, S. C., from the 1st to the 2lst Novem?
ber ensuing, when lt ls proposed to let the con?
tract. GEORGE W. EARLE,
ASHALL NATURE BE SUSTAINED ?
To give debilitating medicines to the weak ls
about as sensible as lt would be to try to help a
man to his feet by kicking him when he was
That sort of practice ls going out of fashion. It
has filled so many graveyards that people no
longer believe bi it.
If those who are not strong by nature expect to
avoid the attacks of disease, they must endeavor
to acquire the vigor necessary to resist lt.
How ls this to be done ? Common sense sug?
gests by the use or Invigorating medicine.
The great object ls to strengthen the system
witbont exciting lt.
. Tills object ls accomplished by thc judicious usc
of the most potent sud genial of all vegetable
tonics and alteratives-HOS PETTER'S STOMACH
Many valuable properties are combined in this
preparation. It improvea the appetite and ren?
ders digestion easy and perfect.
It gives steadiness to the nerves, Induces a
healthy, natural flow of bile; prevents constipa?
tion without nnduly purging the bowels; gently
stimulates thc circulation, and by promoting a
vigorous condition of the physical Bjstem, pro?
motes, also, that cheerfulness which ls the truest
Indication of a well-balanced condition of ..ali the
Summer leaves both thc body and the muid
more or less exhausted. Now ls the time to re?
cruit them v and thus forestall the malarious fevers
and other complaints whlcu prostrate so many
thousands every fall._novio-cbio
pg* FROM TRUSTWORTHY DATA IT
has been estimated|?that at least one-fourth or all
persons born In the United States have, at birth,
lungs In a tuberculons condition, and, In conse?
quence, are predisposed to pulmonary complaints;
yet it is equally well established that this predis?
position need not end In Consumption, Asthma,
or any other lung disease, If due c .re and watch?
fulness be observed, and all exciting causes
promptly treated as they arise. It is lu just such
cases Dr. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT exercises its
most beneficial effects, and bas produced the
largest proportion of Its cures. Besides promptly
removing Coughs and Colds, which, when left to
themselves, are the most common cause or tuber?
culous development, the EXPECTORANT allays
any Inflammation which may exist, and by pro?
moting easy expectoration cleanses the lungs of
the substances which clog them up, and which
rapidly destroy when suffered to remalu. Sold
by all Druggists. GOODRICO, WINEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C.
pS*Dll. AYER'S LABORATORY, THAT
has done such wouders for the sick, now Issues a
potent restorer for the beauty of mankind-for
the comeliness which advancing age ls so prone
to dlmlulsh..md destroy. His VIGOR mounts
luxuriant locks on the bald and gray pates among
us, and thus lays us under obligations to him for
the good looks as welt as health of the commu?
jE3*BATCHELOR'S HATH DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best in the world
bnrmlcss, reliable, instantaneous, does not con?
tain lead, nor any vitallc poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
Thc genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has had thirty years' nntarnlahed reputation to
uphold its integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied
at No. 16 Bond street, New York.
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, an old German ionic._
pB* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, the most delightful and effective In the
ps* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS strengthens the debilitated. _
pS* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures female complaluts._
pB* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
rERS cures "never well" people. _
^.LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS will give au appetite._JqnlO-fmw
p9* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt or io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
PS* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
emos. Sent postpaid on receipt or lo cents. Ad
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
New York._rt eel 6
pS* GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the proprloty
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help Tor those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pS*A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, in 1B34, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history of Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians la treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Oonrt Phy
slclan of Berlin, MAT ERNST HENRY, Into Pms.
ala, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
dose has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-[Editor "Argua." jani7 lyr
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
GEORGIA are notified that she will dis?
charge cargo THIS DAT, at Pier No. 2, Union
Wharves. Goods uncalled for at eutiset will be
stored at Consignee's risk and expense.
nov21-l_W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
LUTHERAN SYNOD.-AN ORDI?
NATION Service will take place at St. John's Lu?
theran Church, THIS EVENING, after which a Mis?
sionary Meeting will bc held, when addresses will
be delivered by several Ministers, and a collection
taken up in benair of the Missionary Society.
Service to commence at half-past 7 o'clock. The
public are respectfully Invited to attend. nov21
JES- NOTICE.-CONTRIBUTIONS FOR
THE RELIEF OF THE SUFFERERS BY. THE WAR
IN FRANCE.-The members of the Committee ap?
pointed to solicit subscriptions, and other persons
who have collected fonds for the above-mentioned
purpose, are respectfully requested to report
forthwith, at the office of E. LAFITTE, Esq.. No. 3
Broad street, In order that the amount obtained
so far may be forwarded at once to tts destina?
tion. EUGENE ESDRA,
nov21-2_Chairman of Committee.
j2S-THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
Da. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL kills all pain In
two minutes. Cancers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sores, cured In 48 hours by DR. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retail by
G. W. AIM AP. COHEN'S MEDICAL DB
DR. H. BAER, fot>
A. 0. BARBOT, DR. G. J. LUHii,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE A CO.,
M. H. COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN & SCHWAKE, DR. W. A SKRINE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by DOWIE, MOISE St DAYIS,
sole Agents for South Carolina, novii-3mosiuw
. <?lotI)ing ano ?nrnisrjing ?coos.
The undersigned would respectfully call the
attention or the public to their large and elegant
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOY'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Just received, and offering at exceedingly
An early call ls respectfully solicited, and satis?
faction guaranteed in every Instance.
GEORGE LITTLE St CO.,
No. 213 King street,
novlS-fmw Below Market street.
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STVLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL ANO WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND W?.TER
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
IMMENSE STOCK OF
PAPER COLLARS, CHAMPION BRA0E9,
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
UMBRELLAS, . NECKTIES,
SOCKS. CALL DRAWERS,
' SCARFS, ANO SEE CANES,
CANES. TU KM. SCARFO,
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS,
CHAMPION ii HACES, PAPER COLLARS,]
IN GREAT VA VT BTV
IN GREAT VARIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
SCOTT'S STAR ?HIRT EMPORIUM,
oct8 Opposite the Market.
_ flailtooos. _
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RATL~
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally RS
Leave Charleston.8.30 A M.
Arrive at savannah.3.oo P. M.
Leave Savunuah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive ut Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic St Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, und all
points in Florida.
Wita Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all poiuus
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Screveu House. Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to aud from Savan?
nah ami all points beyond. *
Through Billa of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as low as by any other Une.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct6 Engineer and Superintendent.
^rORTHE ASTERN RAILROAD.
Trains leave Charleston .dally at 9.80 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.30 P. M.
- Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A M., (Mondays ex?
cepted,) aud 5 P. M.
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M., makes through con?
nection to New York via Richmond and Aquta
Creek only-going through in 42 hours, and with?
out detention on Snuday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M., have choice or route
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Passengers leaving
Friday by this train lay over on Sunday In Balti?
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
in Wllralugton, N. C.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other point?
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at. Washington with Western trains o:
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
? S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
p. L. CLBAPOB, General Ticket Agent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTEND;!* J > CxFICK, I
CHARLESTON. .... >i'*J ll, 1870. |
On and after Sunday, May .otb, the Pnssengi r
Trains upon Mic Soatn 'Oiina Railroad wm run
FOR Aracs rx
L**ave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 P. M.
Leave Charleston.8.30. A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 P. M
Leave Augusta.8.00 A M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.80 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT RXPRE88.
Leave Charleston.8.80 P. M
Leave Augusta.8.00 P. U
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.40 A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. ll.
Leave Columbia.:.7.60 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston.6.20 P. M
Arrive at Summerville.t.e.io P. M
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. U
CAM DSN BRANCH.
Camden and Columbia Passenger. Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex
cepted,) connects with np and down Day Pas
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A M.
Leave Columbia.LOO p. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.40 P. M
H. TA PEAKE,
mayl8 General Superintendent.
Unction ?rttf?-^ifntnre ?avs.
By A. C^ 3TC6IIXIYB?T/
CONRAD MENSING VS. H. HAGER:
By virtue of an execution against the property
in above case to ru? directed, will be sold on
MONDAY, the atti day or December next, at ll
o'clock A. M., at the northeast corner of the
. All the rlcrht, title and Interest of the defendant
lo the following property, to wit: Two HORSKS,
two Milch Cows, one Expre? Wagon, one Double
horse Buggy, Sets of Harness, Ac, Ac.
. Levied on and to be sold as the property of H.
Hagermann. at the suit or Conrad Menslug.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACK.EY,
nov21-m3_ - S. C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY, ^
THE RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION VS.
Melvin B. wilbur, et al.
By virtue or an order of Court to me dlreced
in the above case, will be sold on MONDAY, the
5th day of December next, at ll o'clock A. M.,
In front of the old Customhouse,
AH that LOT of LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the east side of Rutledge
aveune, In the City of Charleston, bein? a por?
tion of a piece of land lately known as "Polnsett
Grove;'' butting and bounding westwardly on
Butledge avenue, northwardly and eastwardiy on
Land or Jacob H. Kalb, and southwardly partly
on Lands of F. Edwards, partly on Lands
or the German Evangelical Cnurch, and
partly on Lands or Jacob H. Kalb, measuring and
containing on the north and south Unes two hun?
dred and twenty feet, In front on Rutledge ave?
nue one hun.ired and el<2ht feet, and on the east
line one hundred and twelve feet; bs said mea
.Hurement 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 trom day cf 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 policies
duly assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamp'. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. 0.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneer. fcSsiCiiwB ??-TT??
By virtue of snndry executions against the
property to me directed and delivered, will be
sold on MONDAY, the 5th day of December next,
an ll o'clock A. M., at the northeast corner of the
All the RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST or the
defendants In the cases below stated, In the prop?
erty as hereinafter described.
J. M. CROSWELL VS. A. HOOD AND J. M. HOOD.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate In St. Stephen's Parish, called the "Duf
ford Place," containing one thousand acres, more
or less; butting and bonndlng south by Cooper
Lands, north and east by Laurel Hill Plantation,
and west by James Hood's Lands.
On account and risk of the former pnrchaser,
who has failed to comply with the terms of sale
SIMON J. MAOWOOD VS. W. S. PERRY t JOHN
All that TRACT OF LAND, containing forty
acres, more or less, with the Buildings thereon,
situate lu Saint Andrew's Parish, and bounded
north on Lands of Wm. J. Bull and est tte
Parker, east on Lands of estate Parker, south on
Lands of estate Frost, and west on the river toad,
and formerly a portion of the plan tan cu of S. J.
MagwoDd, known as "Savage Plantation."
On account and risk of former purchaser, who
has failed to comply with terms of sale
E. II. SHIPMAN, ADMINISTRATRIX, GRAVELEV A
PRINGLE ET AL. VS. S. WARREN P tLMBB.
AM that TRACT OF LAND, with improvements
thereon, situate In Saint Stephen's Parish, and
known as Rode Plantation; containing uve hun?
dred and forty-Ave acres, and adjoining the Tract
known as the Murrell Plantation.
Terras cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
novl4-iu4 S. c. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
ROBERT W. DISHER VS. T. D. WAG?
NER, ET AL.
By virtue or an order or court In the above
case to me directed, will be sold on MONDAY, the
6th day of December next, at ll o'clock A. M., in
front of the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT of LAND with the buildings there?
on, situate on the west side of Hanover street, m
' the etty or Charleston, and known as I, In a plat
of the Lands qr the (?tate of General Samuel
Crulkshanks, drawn by Joseph H. Yates, Sur?
veyor; butting and bounding north by the Israel?
ite Cemetery ninety-three feet seven inches, then
running northward at the back of said Cemetery
forty-nine feet nine Inches, then westwardly on
Lands of Dr. F. Y. Porcher forty-seven feet o::e
Inch, e i st 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 8 on t-ald
plat hereinafter described, and by Lands or Wm.
H. Glllllan?, one hundred and twelve feet seven
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, adjoining the above to the south, and known
os No. 2 lu thc aforesaid plat, measuring and con*
talulng seventy -one feet eleven Inches in front on
Hanover street, and the same on the back Hue,
one hundred and thirty-eight feet nine inches In
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to ihe
north by Lot No. 1, above described, east by
Hanover street, south by Lots S and 4 In said plat
conveyed to James Dunning and Steedman Yea?
don, and weat by Lots 5 and 6 hereinafter de?
All thnt LOT OF LAND situate on the east side
or Nassau street, in the City or Charleston, and
known as No. 6 on the above-mentioned plat,
measuring and containing in front on s dd street
thirrr-nlne feet eleven lucites, and the same on
the back line, and one hundred and forty feet In
depth, more or les*; butting and bounding to the
not th by Lot 0 hereinafter described, east by Lots
2 and 4 in Bald plat, south by lands of John
Dewees, and west by Nassau street.
All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above on
the north, aud known as No. 6 In the above men?
tioned plat, mcasuriug mp containing m frout on
Nassau street thirty-nine feet eleven Inches, and
thc same><n thu back lino, and one hundred and
rortv feet in depth, more or less; butting and
bounding io the east, south and north by Lots
Nos. 2. 5 aud 7 in'said plat, aud west by Nassau
All that 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 rcet eleven Inches, same
ou back line, and one hundred and forty feet In
depth, more or less; burtlug aud bounding to the
east, south ami north by Lots Nos. 1, 6 and 6 In
said plat, and west by Nassau street.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, adjoining thc above to the nurth, and
known as Nu. 8 In the aforesaid plat, measuring
and containing In front on Nassau Street thirty?
nine reet eleven Inches, the same on back line,
aud one hundred and forty feet in depth, more or
less; butting and bounding north on lands of Wil?
liam H. Gllliland, east and south by Lots Nos. 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 executed to the Clerk of the
Court or Common Pleas. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
novl4-m4 S. C. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPKIETOE. ?
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located ana
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to Inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls In every respect a ilrat-class HoteL
unsurpassed by any In the State or the United
States. Situated In the business centre of the
city, with line large airy rooms, and a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
notel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice. ,
Omnibuses attend the arrival and deDarture ol
every Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintenden'
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprl3-wfra
I Arr HENRY'S RETREAT, J_QJ
No. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
8. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hoars. Dinner served from 12
to 4 P. M.
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
6. The best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a calL
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbona te of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale'and retail, by_
Dr. H. BAER,
ocio N?. 131 Meeting street.
Unction 0?1??-Stjjii ?ap.
Bj WX. ?TcKAT.
T^A,Ji,ANCE RETAIL STORE.
SHIMS' DRAWSSS' ?H0ES; C0AI*. PASTIS,
Portion Sales-f mn? SDatja.
Bj B. M. MABSHALL & BBJ?
AUCTION SALE UNDER ORDER OP
Thomas A. Hugaenln and Lornas, bis wife, vs.
John Farabee et aL
By virtue or an order of sale, to me directed by
the Bon. R. B. Carpenter, I will offer fer sale, at
Public Auction, on TUESDAY, the 22dday*of No?
vember instant, at n o'clock, at the Old Pos tofflce,
foot Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
1. All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF-LAND,
with the Buildings thereon, situate, lyinjrand be?
ing in Christ Church Parish, State of South Caro?
lina, on the road leading from Charleston to
Georgetown, commonly known as the "Sixteen
Mile House," containing six hundred (6001 acres,
more or leas;butting and bounding northern
Lands belonging to Elias Wbilden; east on Landa
late the property or stephen Deveaux; south on
Land late the property or David Balley, and on
Land of Wm. J. Grayson and the Parsonage
Tract, and west on Wande Biver.
2. All that PL VNTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being In Christ Church Parish,
on the Georgetown Road, measuring and contain?
ing two hundred and seventeen and three tenths
(217 3-10) acres, more or less; butting and bound?
ing to the north ott the last described tract; to the
south on Glebe Lands or the Wappetaw Cnuroh;
to the east on the said last described tract, and to
the weat on Landa or Wm. J. Graysou, and hav?
ing such shape, marks and boundaries as are re?
presented on a plat thereof drawn by Robert K?
Payne, Surveyor, dated December, 1829.
3. All that TRACT OF LAND, called "Mulatte
Town." situated In Christ Church Parish, in the
District (now County) of Charleston, on the
Georgetown Road, containing twenty-seven (ari
acres, more or less; butting and bounding to the
north on Lands of H. Lee, formerly known as the
"Barton Tract;" to the.east on the same: to the
south on the Georgetown Road, and to the"west
on *Lands of A. Y. Toomer.
4. All that TRACT OF LAND in Christ Church
Parish, on the sea shore, measuring and contain?
ing one hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or
less; butting and bounding to the north on lands
of Wm. J. Grayson, to the east on lands now ?r?
late of Northrop, to the south on the sea shore?*
and to the west on lands or John Kelly.
Terras of sale-One-third eash, and the balance
on a credit of one and two years, to be scoured
by a bond or bonds of the purchaser, with inter?
est from the day of sale, at the rate of seven per
cent, par annum, payable semi-annually, and
mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. G. w. DINGLE,
novi-1,4.7,10,15,18,21,22 Special Referee.
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWES.
WILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, 22D
Instant, at the Old Postofllce, at ll o'clock,
LOT, with Two Story Wooden Dwelling and out>
buildings, No. 8 WooRestreet, northside, between
Meeting and Nassau streets.- Lot measures 38
feet front by loo feet deep, more or less.
LOT, with Two Story Wooden Dwelling and out?
buildings, No. 6 Vernon street, north side, be?
tween Marsh and Concord streets. Lot measures
40 feet front by 120 feet deep, moro or less.
Terms-Hair cash; balance In one year, secured
by bond and mortgage of .the property. Pur?
chaser co pay J. F. M. for papers and necessary
Six hair acre LOTS In the Town of Ravenel, on *
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
By F, P. SALAS,
. Auctioneer, '
DAMAGED SUGAR, FOR ACCOUNT
of whom lt may concern, by order of the
Spanish Consul. .
On WEDNESDAY next, the 23d instant, at ll
o'clock A M., will be sold at the* United States
Bonded Warehouse, bi Elliott street,
312 (thres hundred and twelve) boxes Good to
Choice Grocery SUGARS.
Damaged on board the Spanish "Paquete Can?
tabria," J. B. Ouzaln Master, which put luton this
pore In distress whilst on her intended voyage
from Havana toward Santander, andsold bv order
of the Spanish Consul for the benefit of whom it
may concern. .
GEO. W. WYLLY,
Auctioneer, Savannah Ga.
wm be sold, on the first TUESDAY in De?
cember next, before the Courthouse door, in Chat?
ham County, between the legal hours of Bale, \
The MOE PLANTATION or the late 'John D. '
Mongin, situated on the north bank of the Great
Ogeechee River, in Chatham Countv, and consiat
of about three hundred acres of Rice Land, and
seven hundred and eighty-nine acres of High Land,
more or less. Sold free from all in cumbranees.
Sold by order of the Court of Ordinary of Chatham
County, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of
the estate of the said 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 stamps. CHARLES N. WEST, '
Auctioneers' Prhmte Saigs, &t.
Bv J. FRASER MATHEWES.
AT PRIVATE SALE-FOUR PLANTA?
TIONS, adjoining each other, belonging to
the Estate or Logan, kno^n as "Dungannon,"
'.Berry Hill," "Chisolm's" und "Meyers," situated
In the forks of Wlltown and Savannah Roads,
thirteen miles from Charleston, in St. Paul's
Parish, containing about 2600 acres, well adapted
to the culture of cotton, rice and provisions, and
well timbered, good drainage on Log Bridge and
Wallace's Creeks, and good anding for ?chooners
on the latter place. On the place ls a large dwell?
ing and outbuildings. Tuc Savannah and Charles
iou Ra il ri. ad divides the tract Unto two equal
The PINE LAND SUMMER SETTLEMENT, near
the above, known as "Min Brook" or "Logan
vllle," containing about 600 acres. oct31-mw9
By J. FRASER 3UTHEWES,
Kcal Estate Broker, No. 5G Broad Street*
AT PRIVATE .SALE,
. PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all parts of the
City Residences, Scores, Building Lots and
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING.
MENKE & MULLER,
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 325 KINO STREET,
Have just opened the largest and finest Block of
Clothing ever offered In this city .for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, comprising a full assort?
ment or DrtESS and BUSINESS SUITS, Derby
Suits, Walking Coats, Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Ac
The largest r onion is of Imported goods, and
manufactured into garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recommend them as regards flt,
wear and workmanship.
Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls supplied with
the finest selection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers. Tricots,
Meltons, Ve vetlne, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy. Casslmeres, Ac, and a large variety of mod?
ern Pants and Vest Patterns, which we make up
to order, by measure*ln the latest style. The
foreman in this department of our business has
no equal tn the artistic world for cutting and pro?
ducing an elegant flt.
FURNISHING GOODS.-This department ls sup?
plied with the Celebrated *?,* Shirts, English,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Couvolssler's Kids, Buckskin, Gas
slmere, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen and Paper
CoLars, Neck Ties, Bows, scarfs, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. 4c.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low la plain figures.
Buyers in our line will find lt to their advan?
tage to call In and see for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tnthR2mos
L . JURS,
Having jost received a new and complete
stock of CLOTHS, Casslmeres, Vest Patterns and
Furnishing Goods, ls prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes in the latest* styles and from
the best materials. .
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties : .
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY OASSIMERBS,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Cad and examine for yourself at No. 147Kin?
?PRAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, postage
uald, on receipt of price. .
The Antidote ls the best remedy flu* caa. bf
Administered in Manla-a-Potu, and also fl* ?a.
nervous affections. _
For sale by m Dr. FLBARR.
No. m Meeting street,
octO agent for South Carolina?.