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To OUE Crrr SUBSCRIBERS.-We beg that
-any of our city subscribers who fall to receive
th$; papers promptly and regularly, will report
'?ne fact at once to this office. We have been com?
pelled to change two of THE NEWS carriers, and
ther? may be some confusion In delivering the
paptrs for several days to come. We will, of
?ourse, cheerfully make good any omissions that
Meetings This Day.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, at 7 P. M.
St. Cecilla Society, at S P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Lowndes & Grlmball will seli at ll o'clock,
at the old Postofrice, real estate.
R. M. Marshall A Brother will sell at ll o'clock,
at the old Postofflce, real estate.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at ll o'clock, at the
old Postofflce, real estate.
John G. MUnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, woollen goods,.dry goods, Ac.
Laurey A Alexander win sell at io o'clock, at
their store, bacon, apples, Ac.
T. ?L Cater will sell at 9 o'clock, at his store,
butter, hams, Ac. ?
Macqueen A Rieck e will sell at 9 o'clock, before
their stores, 'shoulders, 'hains, Ac.
Steffens, Werner A Ducker will sell at 0 o'clock,
at their store, mullets, mackerel, A-c^.
Henry Cobla A Co. wiil sell a^O^'cloci^at their
store, butter and dry salted meat?. ' f V,
A. H. Abrahams A Sons vd|? sell at To o'clock, a; j
their stores, broadc!oths,"caistmeres, Ac.
IfEw COMMISSIONER OF^PILOTAGE.-Captain'
A. Habenlcht has been appoin^ce^tssionex of
pilotage for this harbor, rice, Robert, Davis're?
moved. __ "
THE ALARM OP FIRE on Sanirday.aRernoon
was occasioned by the burning of sooMn a chim?
ney on the premises of Mr. G. S. Pratt," No. 190
King street. The matter was reported jiMJtre
Guardhouse, and a fine of $10 imposed upon the
occupant " g f - :
ADMIRIXTT COURT.-The court - opened at ll
A. M., yesterday, Hon. G. S. Bryan.pr/sidlng.
The following case was disposed of:
%illfarp ttiacb A Ca vs. Ship Ttanquebar.
UStifor-adVances under maritime contract Or?
dered that a warrant of arrest, issue, returnable
Wednesday! 23d Instant, at ll o'clock A. M.
THE LARGEST CAROO OF THE SEASON.-r-The
capacious and first-class merchant ship Tran
quebar, 1307 tons, was cleared for Liverpool
yesterday with the following large aod valuable
freight, say 4123 bales upland cotton, l bag sea
Island cotton, 245 barrels rosin. 104 bags cvtton
ASSAULT UJUN A POMCEM vw-o?tcuaer Paix i
VarlStj^"?flt?r?faT-m WWitri'i?m\Jn rliimi- of aSSaul? i
upon Policeman Simmons. It was shown by the -i
examination that about 13 o'clock on Sunday ;1
morning Purcell was drank and disorderly at the1
corner of Calhoun and Washington streets, where
Policeman Cha?es Simmons was on duty, ^fhfe
latter requested Purcell to be quiet ajid^ leaved,
the locality. Purcell re'a^eOT^a?a^?lng^very^ I
miach enraged, made a rush arsluYm^ne^wrfrraJ"
large knife. ? The latter, started back as the blow
.descended, and the> point of the knife passed
through bis button-hole. But for this start, the
blade wotfd have pierced his breast. Purcell of?
fered no excuse for the act. The case being be*
yond the trial-justice's Jurisdiction, the de ren?
dant was bound over lu the sum of $500 to appear
tithe next term of the Court of General Sesslo ns.
- ARREST OF A PICKPOCKET.-William Rutledge
was arrested and lodged In the Guardhouse on
Sunday under the charge or stealing $50 lu cur?
rency from a sailor. It appears that Frank Her?
bert, the sailor in question, arrived 1.1 town a few
-days ago, just paid od, and, being quite "hush,"
desired to see some of the sights, winiam Rut?
ledge became his guli ie, lind struck up a close
friendship as Boon as he saw the money. On Sun?
day afternoon, while embracing Heroert in the
plenitude :of friend snip., and whtsVey, he dex?
terously extraoted tim latter's pocketbook, de?
taining $50 In currency, and shortly after made
his excuses and left. - Herbert soon felt the de?
ficiency, and immediately weat in pursuit of the
thief, who took to hiabeeB and escaped. He was
subsequently arrested-?sjid^^ufheaTr'over to the
State for prosecutlo?uTT^e -m?n^lw?s not found
upon hfci person whe^the arrest >Waaj: made.
Tj5?rH?frSTATES C?hRT-i-SoN. GsS. S, BRYAN,
Joi>w|nBwrNd^|nKi; *WK5?^0P*e'1 at H
A. M. ye.sterda'y,4nd the following business was
disposed of :
Ex parte Henry Deas, assignee, tn re Wlliam
.Henry Heyward, bankrupt. Application ror ex?
amination of bankrupt Ordered that examina?
tion take place 28th November, 1370, before J. C.
In re the Laurens Railroad Company of Sooth
Carolina, bankrupts, ex parte M. W. Baldwin A
Co. Petition to establish lien, A-c. Ordered that
the creditor have leave to pt uve c aim and estab?
lish the sam?.
Ann E. Knight vs. Louis McLaiu, assignee, and
A. H. Petsch. Petition for foreclosure. Ordered
that the report of the assignee be confirmed.
Henry A. Due and J. K. Wharton vs. Louis
Mc Lain, assignee of T. D. Wharton, of the firm of
Wharton A Petsch: Petition far foreclosure
Order same as in the foregoing case.
Ex parte John B. Russell. Petition for volun?
tary bankruptcy. Petition read, and referred to
J. C. Carpenter, registrar, for adjudication, Ac
lix parte W. H. Greca, per pro chain amie, In
re F. D. Green, bankrupt Petition to establish
and enforce lien. Report of registrar against
claim was read, and argument heard at length.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Daniel Wilson, couflned
for disorderly conduct and resisting the police on
Kerr'a wharf, was sentenced to pay a fine of $5,
or go to the House or Correction for ten days.
Theo('.jre Singleton, confined far disorderly
conduct and assaulting Jacob Newton In his
house, at the corner of Calhoun and Alexander
streets, was sentenced to pay a fine of $5, or go
to the House of Correction for ten days.
James Jenkins, arrested for being drunk and
disorderly la Warren street, was fined $5.
John Dendy, lodged for being , drunk and disor?
derly and for assaulting Rufus Bennett on East
Bay, waa lined $io.
H Toby Brown, another of the confederates of the
Hayme street ?hoe robbery, was arrested on Sun?
day by Officer Burke, and having been brought
before the Mayor on Monday morning, was sent
to the House of Correction far thirty days, under
the vagrant law.
John Robinson, confined for larceny and vag?
rancy, was sent to-the. House of Correction for
?ve?day?,'aaa vagrant, ?-^i.
NathajypJLBosweil w arrested yesterday arter
moon fox trading and ^felllnghprses without a
N Orlando Mitchell Uh??? for examination at the
detectives offlce, for stealing a pair of shoes and
?for vagrancy. Sh, ':- j
Hotel ArrivaLs-\"oveinbtr itXr-'.-.
.??--i PAVILION HOTEL. -_.-^ , ,
je^n,*l??lder,-?j[oi5f?e; William A. -Mooney,
Ora?gehurgj A. Aw-.An*^ Bainbridge.
' p?-r? CHARLESTON'.HOTEL.
Mrs. E.'A! teri Jean J. Al sen, New York; A.
J. Coe,--Boston;' 8. B, Harlbert, ?ju?&go; T. P.
Smith, ^OTideu?;'ctiI. '?Bas/aw?'wire, New
York; SJBST. CoJwota?.^lor??a^ K Cafape, New
York: Amo? R?tBatos and wife, T?ghborn ; Mrs.
C. B. C.TJaah, child'and servant, South Carolina;
E. G. A Ram and daughter, Troy.
John Myers.iNorth Caronna; H. Hendry, New?
ark; Edward Fowler, Joseph H. Markee, New
Tork ; Franics Williams, Richmond; Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson, E. EL Newklxk and wire, New York;
Fi|mk Cookson! Philadelphia; B. M Fuller, South
BEFORE THE UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.
There were no cases of Importance before the
commissioner yesterday. Several additional war?
rants of arrest have been issued against parties
cbarged with voting twice, Intimidating and in?
terfering with voters and other violations of the
elect lou laws. _ _ - . .
PERSONAL-MT. T. W. Stanland requests us
to s.iy that lie gives a public denial to i he report
tiiat he voted the Radical ticket at the recent
election. Mr. Stanland says that he did all that
he could for the success of the Reform party, and
that during the wbole of election day he worked
at the first precinct of Ward 5 with Mr. James A.
Moseley, who will corroborate this statement.
AK?RAT IN ABBEVILLE.-A Radical paper is
Informed that a bloody affray took place In Abbe?
ville County on Thursday last. It appears that i
Mr. Cook, and three of the Tolberts, all white,
and residents of "Dark Corner," were engaged in
a settlement, but not agreeing upon the ligures,
words arose, when Cook, thinking the odds
against him too great, drew his revolver and
shot one of the Tolberts dead on the spot, and se?
riously wounded another. The third took to his
legs and escaped.
A SORPitiSE.-Solomon Happy, a name well
known in the Court of General Sessions, and Wil?
liam Griffin with several others, were having a
quiet little game on Sunday evening in an old
boat lying at,Patton's wharf, at the foot of Hasel
street, winn they were disturbed by the sudden
Interruption of .the detectives. The gamblers
were so deeply engaged that they did not hear
the officers until they leaped from'the wharr among
them. Before they recovered from their aston?
ishment, Happy and Griffin were each collared,
while, tu? others made their escape by jumping
overboard and swimming to the adjacent wharf.
The two' arrested were turned over to the State
Tdr^roseoutlon."" ', ' ', ^_
'. ORDINATION OF THE -BBV. H. S. WINGARD.- ;
The ordination of Mr. H. S. Wingard as a minister !
of the Gospel according to the faith of the Evan?
gelical Lutheran Church, took place last evening
at St. John's Church. There was quite a large
congregation, and many of the members of the
Luteeran^flynod, lately in session here, were pre?
sent. ThV'Rev. T. S. Bolnest delivered an able
and Interesting sermon, selecting as his text the
S?th-verae of t?ie 24th chapter of Genesis: "Hinder
nianot, seeing the Lord hath prospered my way."
.".^rrfce"charge was delivered to the candidate by
the Rev. J?H. Hawkins, the president of the Sy?
nod, and he wa3 welcomed Into the fellowship of
.the church by the ordained ministers; whq W?re
present. After the close of the ceremonies ? col?
lection was taken up for the benefit of the Mis?
sionary Society. . 'j " . '
MAINE SHIPBUILDING.- The following notice
of a new sh'p which may be expected aftthls port
is taken from the Portland Argus:
The new shlrPfeorte Skotfljpa. now lying at the
end of Union wR?rrfis" a sptfindtd specimen of the
substantial and beaut ifni strips which Maine con?
tributes to tai comraeroojsof the world. She has a
stately and>fet gracefuglook that we have rarely
seen eqnaUed in marine architecture. -The vessel
i was builr jit BrunsiffSk by those wldelv known
?jjhtpbullders and owners, the Skolfleld Brothers,
and ts named after'their father. The figure head
orrrroahip is a finelv carved, life-size statue of
;the late-Mr. Skolfleld. The ship is 1313 89-looths
ton*,.new measurement. She ls 201 feet long
overall: - IBU Keel; 33 beam, and 24 depth o? hold.
Snewin rate Al for 13 years. She ls most
thoroughly bqilt, and is handsomely finished, and
win bc commanded by Captain P. C. Merriman, of
Brunswick: The owners of the ship are the Skol
field -Brothers, Captain Merriman, Messrs. A. II
JSteVehs, of Boston, and D. W. True, of this city.
?MtB'Bal!a''?r?ra this port, la ballast chiefly, for
"r?eslon.'TSouth Carolina, for cotton.
ACADEMY OF Music.-The Marietta Ravel
troape opened at the Academy last'everitngin the
military drama of "The French Spy, or the Fall of
Algiers." The plot of the play ls alight, but several
of t tie situations are highly sensational, and the
sword-play In some of the scenes gives room for
very struting displays of agility and strength. The
grand collision between the French and Arabs
was given with really exciting effect, and the
exp.; sions of guns and bombs, Ac, lent an air of
reality to the scene which ls usually quite want?
ing In stage combats. V jj
Mlle. Ravel ls graceful, pretty and agile, and
formed a very attractive pivot to the Interest of
the melodrama, which was also well sustained by
Mr. Bamford (Sergeant Dubourg) and Mr. Murray
(Toney Bavard,) Mr. Paul playing;."Mohammed"
with great effect. ... .y
In the closing farce of "The Spectre Bride?
groom"-Itself rather a sepulchral piece of fun
Mr. Murray's capital acting won vociferous ap?
To-night Mlle. Ravel appears as "Cynthia, the
Queen or the Gipsies," and we have no doubt she
will be greeted by a full house. ?
THE PERRT INQUEST.-The jury of inquest,
which adjourned on Sunday for wat': of evidence,
assembled again yesterday at 12 M., to resume
the Inquiry into the cause^of the death of Henry
Perry. 'X^&erpa.n^pudpctecTfU?i ie'iainufttlon
at the City Hag. Edward Peyton, the principal
witness teuifi^d that be was, at the time, In the
railroad yar<? ]s^r(?tw$^e?,-?ih j In the com
piny or James Street ami Henry Perry when the
latter received the fatal wonnd. Thai Street had
b?eVpl-jjWjSvlth ?epjtjw? ? shah tim* Before,
and in fne^pltfy lfad^nale* oafea&4tm also, which
he did not mind at the um?;s,but found
afterwards lt Iud gene through rfc clothing
and sUgliUy scratched - ultu on hisf 'left -side.
Af 1er "?Oi'i i?y'i H?Bfr ?wGpatfVl? "Stre ?:
and laying hold of hlm^*e*rTed deponent to
help hold him. B jjtj>*'were laughing and scuff?
ling, streeVliayingian open??MtafcuA hand?and
keeping HenrJ off.with lr,when suddenly deponent
beard Henrvjexc'tarm, ^*On? Ooo Vt am cut," and
fell. Dcponebt helped to pick him up and lay him
on 4 couo a bile. A doctor, was. ssnt toland had
trj?^0UTid d^mSk??arried'oir: ^eH?nSsrsrVeet nor
Ferry wire ht alfle???t?d, orrnrgry fo? !? moment.
.jeve?aJLother ^nesses^sMfle^a.the casa, i
oxculriatmg4' Street rrbm"^ny%.mntfce^'ri^ a
short "deliberation toe followings verdict was ren?
dered: "That. -the. d measled, | c?nio.to ; hiMleath
fr?raaw?uh:d accidentally Ihtj?t?cf'?n, the left
sid? ' by uwins -of .?Fknlfe \af the M?anos o?* one
feme StreeWV .... afftoanj ; ba :.
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.1I?KE THAN -THRBE TBOUSAND - PA6?S
YBAK. -ULteli^.blving.. Age, bring ^published lu
weekly numbers of sixty-four uagjs . eac?, jgives
to its readers more tnafa tl?re?' "triousand 'double
column octavo pages a year of the raps t valuable,
lusiru?tlve'and entertaining reading oMlie .day,
History, rnog^aps?x. flctionf'wit' silence; politics
criticism, art-what ls.not here? It ls .tne only
compilation that, presents^, with a..satisfactory
completeness, as well Ks fr?snn?ss, tt?e b?st'iitera
ture oT tho almost inn?mera! ile and'-generally lu
aocess^ale European .quarterlies, mpnthlles^and
weeklies-alfteratare embracing t?? productlo ns
of the ablest ancf?noSt ?SlW'red vetters- living. It
ls therefore indispensable to.every one_ Who de
sires atfUowuah <:otnueudliiin of ai! thatis ad mi?
rage and. no:awoiUiyiit?. the,,literacy.wjrld^who
ka?Tf?sfe''for tt?^Ses? literature, br*desTres to
keep pace with the intellectual progress- or the
age.. Considar-ug the qnaiuity of reading matter
furnished, tile subscription' price ($8 a year; is
very cheap; troffer ril?se who desire the cream of
both home and foreign literature, a : still .dreaper
offer ls made, of wf?o?jl?e lovers of the best lite
rature, wUJi avaihtbemsejiwa lu great rpunrtrers,
viz: for $10 remitted \o thV.publishers of the
Living AgeCtney.wBFsenajthat magazine weekly,
and either one or the rollowiug, fo'ta year: Harp
erjB'.Monthly, j Weekly, tot Uarar? the Atlaptlc
Menthly, the Galaxy, Old and Ney. Llpplucott's
Monthly, or.- Appleton's Journal"(weekly ;) or for
f s 50, they will send the Living Agc and the Riv
ersflcle" Magazine qr 6i^T>Lmg b"W(s, 4prJ ?jijear.
The Living Age ly'pronounced by Rev. Henry
W^Beeo^r, tl^'^Uon^wJ^ik, arid other
h^criticalautAorifyirrbe the best oLall,oar
eb]eo^lol>nbilr?tie^;and we^an^b'^or Teaders
U0;better^e/vlce t&au. by ?aj.?n? thdc?arefjib at
tentlon to lt., * ' \- - !_^.^
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BUG
Qlencworth'a Roach Exterminator
Coe tar's Rat Poison
Isa a cs e n ' s Sure Pop -Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by Da. H. RAES, ..
july5 No. 131 Meeting street.
DACOSTER.-HOLLOWAY.-On the evening pf
the 16th lestant, at St. Mark's Church, hythe
Rev. J. B. Seabrook, J. B. DACOSTER to HATTIB E.,
youngest daughter of Alderman R. Holloway, all
of this city. *
~?sr CONSIGI?S" PERrs^?ks?o
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified that
she ls discharging cargo at Adger's Wharf.
Goods remaining uncalled for at sunset will be
stored at owner's risk and expense.
nov22-l JAMES APGER & CO., Agents.
pm* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
SEA G?LL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Goads not taken away
at sunset, will remain on wharf at consignees'
risk. MORDEOAI A CO.,
PB* PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH OAE
OLINA-CHARLESTON, S. C., N0VEM3ER 21,
18T0.-THURSDAY, 24th Instant, having been set
apart as a day or Public Thanksgiving, this Bank
will be closed. Paper payable on that day must
be anticipated. JAMES B. BETTS,
nov22 ' _ Cashier.
pm* THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NOVEMBER 21, 1870.-THURSDAY, 24th instant,
having been appointed as a day of general
Thanksgiving, this office wlll.be cloded. Paper
payable on that day must be anticipated.
nov22_THOMAS Bj WARING. Cashier.
pm* NOTICE.-AT THE NEXT SES?
SION of the Legislature the Carolina Ride Club
will apply for a Charter or Incorporation.
^NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA?T
the Charleston Land COMPANY will apply at the
next session dr the Legislature for a CHARTER
FOR A FERRY from the City of Charleston to
Scanlanvllle, Remley's Point, and other points on
^-PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED CARE?
FULLY and with taste, If left at FOG ARTIE'S
BOOK DEPOSITORY, No. 260 King street, in the
pm* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 107, dated August 13th, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN HUNN, Chairman. Board pf
County Commissioners, and drawn on E. 8.
RUH, County Treasurer, has been lost or mis?
laid at Colombia, South Carol!na. 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, , ,
novlO-30, JAMES E. MCGREGOR, Clerk. :
pm* NOTICR -CONTRIBUTIONS FOR'
THE RELIEF OF THE SUFFERERS BY THE WAR;
IN FRANCE.-The members or the Committee ap?
pointed to solicit subscriptions, and other personsj
who have collected funds for the above-mentioned;
purpose, are respectfully requested to report
forthwith, at the Office Of E. LAFITTE, Esq., No. 3.
tjioad street, in order that the arr.onnt obtained
JO far may be forwarded at qnce to its destina?
tion. EUGENE ESDRA,
nov21-2_Chairman of Committee.
^?-OFFICE OF THE SOUTH CAROLI?
NA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLES
rON, S. C., NOVEMBER 13, 1870.-The Filth In-,
italment of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHAKE will be11
lay able on the lath' December proximo. In
Charleston, at the office of the Company, No. io
Broad stree.t; tn Sumter, to Major JOSEPH JOHN?
SON; in Clarendon, to Dr. JOHN J. INGRAM.
novl5-tu5 Wi H. PERONNEAU, Treasurer.
pm*T1?E GREAT MEDICAL WONDER
DR. 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 OANCER SALVE. For sale at retail by
3. W. AIMAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE
DR. H. BAER, POT,
A. 0. DARBOT, DR. G. J. LUHN,
SD. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE 4 CO.,
H. H. COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
SHAMAN A SCBWAKE, DR. W. A. SKRINE.
S. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by DOtvTE, MOISE A DXYIS,
tole Agents for South Carolina. novll-3mosn&w
pm* NEITHER WEALTH, REFINE
flEXT, station or'condition, are exempt from the
min and safferlug entailed upon the daughters
>r Eve..* All aro liable to derangement or the
iy8tem, for which tbePHlLOTOKBX or Female's
Friend ls a special remedy, with full directions
'or treating successfully every complaint of adult
lemales. Sold by the Druggists at one dollar per
Dottle. Wholesale Agents. DOW1E, MOISE A
DAVIS, So. 169 Meeting street, Charleston. j
^ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS RED?
WARD ls odored by the proprietor of Dr. Pierce'a
Air. Ext. or Golden Medical Discovery, for a me?
dicine that win equal lt in the cure of all severe
lingering Coughs, Liver Complaint or Biliousness,
acd al! diseases arising from Impurity of the
blood, as Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Bolls.
Sold by Druggists. Phamphlets sent free. Ad?
dress Dr, R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y.
MEDICAL NOTICE. -PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe'taming to the GEM TO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, office No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postofflce.
ASHALL NATURE BE SUSTAINED?
To give debilitating medicines to the weak la
about as sensible as it would be to try to help a
man to his fcct by kicking him when he was
That sort of practice is going out or fashion, lt
has filled so many graveyards that people no
? nger believe In 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.
Bow ls this to be done ? Common sense sug?
gests by the use or Invigorating medicine.
The great object ls to strengthen the system
without exciting lt.
This object ls accomplished by the judicious use
of the most potent and genial or all vegetable
tonics and alteratlves-HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
Many valuable properties are combined in this
preparation. It improves the appetite and ren?
ders digestion easy and perfect.
It gives steadiness to the nerves, Induces a
healthy, natural now or bile; prevents constipa?
tion without unduly purging the bowels; gently
stimulates the circulation, and by promoting a
vigorous condition of the physical system, pro?
motes, also, that cheerfulness which is the truest
indication of a well-balanced condition of all the
animal powers. . . .
Summer leaves' both the body and the mind
more or less exhausted. Now is the time to re?
cruit them, and thus forestall the malarious fevers
and other complaints which prostrate so many
thousands every falL_novlQ-CPAC
pm* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLE
?yes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt or 10 centB. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
pm* GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er 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,
pmA. GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From Mle time when, in 1834, Dr. RUG GE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and* its extraordinary medi?
cal effect8, nothing In the history of Medicine has
equalled lt.- Largely used .by the French physi?
cians in treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, it was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician Of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else-of the present day caa equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC COXSXITCTI05
RENOVATOR. P a tl en ts get better after only one
Oom hoi been, ic ten,'an a we cordially reoonrmenc
lt to the puhiic-rEciitor "Argua." janl7 ly r '
jg E DF O.R-JT'S (lATE.rCO'RW1I,N?'S) ,6 R.,0 C.E. R-X
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER '
PURE LEAP LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLH3H CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, and
BISCUITS, 40., 4o.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. '
E. E. BliDFORD, ?J
CHOICE J IB R AND IE S ; WINES
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
FAMILY AND VERY OLD
No. 275 KING STREET,
I OPPOSITE HASEL.
WHOLES AJUE. AJST> "RET-A-FLi DEALER
Fine Teas, CoiFees, Sugars, Provisions, Spices, Seo.
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &o.
All articles sold from thia establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goods delivered to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots, steamboats, free of expense.
EVERT E. BEDFORD.
GEO. H. GRUBER.
SEND FOR A
J JAS. S. MARTIN.
IWM. Q. MOOD, JR.
Unction ?tole0~~?nlnte CDaps.
LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
AC. RICHMOND, CLERK OF THE
. Court, Assignee, vs. Francis G. Cart, Trus- <
tee of J. Cart Glover and wife.
Under the Decree In the above case, of ist July,
1870, 1 will sell at public anctlon, on TUESDAY,
the 13th December next, atti A. M., at the Old
Customhouse, In this city, V
AU that PLANTATION, called. "Farr Field,"
situate, iring and being on the Savannah and
Charleston. Railroad, abont 15 miles from the City
of Charleston, on the waters or Stono River, In ?
St. Paul's Parish, Colleton County, containing one
thousand (lOOOi acres, more or less; butting and
bounding,- nortu on Lands formerly of Edward
Fenwickj.east on Lands now or late ol W", Trax?
ler; south on Lands of T. Cord ry and Morton War?
ing; west on,bands of O. B. Farmer and-Mel
Terms-One-third cash; balance by bond of pur?
chaser, payable in two equal successive annual
instalments, with interest at 7 per oent. per an?
num, payable-annually, secured by mortgage of i
the premises. Purchaser to pay for papera and
stamps. G. L. BUIST,.
Bj A. C. MCGILLITRAT,
THE HOME LOAN AND BUILDING I
ASSOCIATION VS. MELVIN B. WILBUR,
By virtue of on order of court in the above case,,
to me directed, will be sold on TUESDAY, the 13th'
day ot December next, at ll o'clock, in Iront of,
the Oil Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the west side of Rutledge
street, In tue city of Charleston, and designated
by the No. 52 and the No. 49, in a plan by B> K.
Payne, surveyor, dated 24th November, 1856,
measuring thirty-six feet front on Rutledge street,
thirty-six feet on the west line, one hundred and
ninety-five feet on, the north line, and one hun-1
dred and ninety-five feet on the south line; bound?
ing east on Rutledge street, west on Lamb street, J
north by Lots Nos. 51 and 48, and south by Land
of B. C.. Gadsden. ? . ,
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable (none
year, with Interest from day of sale, secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of. the premises; J
buildings to be Insured ana policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E- W. M. MACKEY,
nov22-tu4_S. C. C.
By A. C. McGILUYB?rj
Auctioned-. .. ,?
THE BANK OF CHARLESTON VS. W.
T. Saunders and N. B."-Prnrtn4d.,P ' ?' . >
By. virtue or an order lu the above case to me
directed, will b? sold on TUESDAY,' the 29th day
of November instant, at ll o'clock A. M., in front
of the Old Customhouse, ...
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on Thomas
street, Cannonsboro'. formerly Charleston Neck,
and known by the letter A, In a certain plat ol
Lands ot Edward R. Laurens and Edward Ma?
grath, trustees, which said plat was drawn by
Robert K. Payne, surveyor, and dated 21st Sep?
tember, 1849, measuring In frout on Thomas
street 45 feet, on the we3t.or back line 55 feet,
and in depth, from east to west, 180 feet; bound?
ing to the east on Thomas street, to the west
partly by Lot K in the said plat, to the north by
Lot Bin raid plat, and to the south on Land now
or late or Bishop Bowen.
All those TUREE LOTS, situated on Islington
Court, In Cannonsboro' aforesaid, and known by
tae letters H, N and L on a certain plat or Lands
ti?relnberore described. ; '.
Lot fl-Measuring la front on Islington Court
40 feet, same on the east or back line, and 100
feet In depth, more or leis; bouudlng west by Is?
lington Court, east by Lot A In said plat, north by
Lot K. and south by Laud now or lute ol Bishop
LOT N-Measuring in front on Islington Court
40 rcet, sam? on east or back line, and In depth loo
feet 8 Inches,more or less: bouudlng west on Isling?
ton Court, east partly by Lot A and partly by Lot B :
In said plat, nor; h by Lot L, and south by Lot K. !
LOT L-measuring In front on Islington Court .'
40 feet, same on the east or back line, and lndspth'
on north line 102 feet, and on south line 101 reel
4 Inches, more or less; bounding west by Isling
ton Court, east partly by Lot B and partly by Lot
0 In said plat, to the north partir by Lot M.
partly by Lot N and partly by Lot 0, and south
by Lot K. ;. > .,
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years. The credit portion to be secured by bond
and mortgage or the premises; the buildings to
be insured, and kept Insured, and tho policy as?
signed. Purchaser to par for papers and stamps.
UOv8-tu4 _E. W. M. MACKEY, S. 0. 0.
By A. C. McGILLITRAT,
ANNA JULIA NIXON VS. THE HOME
Loan and Building Association.
By virtue or an order or Court in-the above case
to me directed, will be sold on TUESDAY, the 6th
day of. december next at ll o'clock A. M., In frout
01 the Old Customhouse, In the following cases,
the Propetty aa below described:
TER ITOMB LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION TS.
. . . - . . M. W. CROSS.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the north side of Cannon
street, being 5th lot east or Rutledge street, lu the j
Upper Wards, City or Charleston, measuring lu
width on the north and south lines 50 feet, more
or less, and in depth, on the east and west, linea
175 feet, more or less; bounding north on lands of
- Allen, south on cannon street, east on lands of
Peter J. Sires, formerly of Francia : J.'Cobla, and
west on lands or -'. . > - * fl -
THE.U0>IK. LOAN ANO BUILDING ASSOCIATION VS
ITT} ?j j MICHAEL BOLGER.
AU that-LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate at the south end or Ashley court, la
Queen street/ln.the City pi Charleston, measuring
on the west llne'SSTeet G inches, same on east line,
.hud on thenorth nhd south lines 43 feet, more or
less; hutting and b mndluir north oh lands or L. i
P. Ashby, [east on lands or-..south on lauds
bf B."C; :Preisl?y,* and west on lands-conveyed to
Jarae/i W. Gray, attorney1 dod trustee, by Q. W.
Cooper. . ... ? T i
Torms-Oue hair cash: balance in one year, with
interest from day of sale, to be secured by bonds j
of the purchasers and" mortgages of the premises ?
sold. EuildJags^&hilDSOred and. policies assign?
ed^ Purchasera. tojiay for papers and. stain ps.
>jpovl5-t|jr ,[-,. ffi. W. M. MAC KEY, igy C^Q.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Henry W-Wlenges et al vs. Margaret Black
JCBL \&JL nfs r . ru J.? .. .
Will be sold on TUESDAY. 6th day of December,
1870. in frontor the Old Customhouse, at ll o'clock
? All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there-1
oh, situate on the corner of Meeting street and
Roper's court, formerly Ropemaker's alley, In the
City of Charleston, measuring- and.containing: in
fronton Meeting street -forty-seven (47)reetflve
45), Inches, -ni ore or less; on the. south Hue one hun
dred (100) feet, more -or less;.on a line running
north twelve (12) feet, moro or less: on a line run?
ning east from the above line twenty-two (22) feet
two (2) inches; on the rear Uno thirty-five (3&) feet,
more or less; and on the north Une one hundred
and twenty-three (123) feet, more or less. Butting
and bounding north by said R mer's court; south
by_Lands lateot E. B. White and J. T. Marshall;
west by Meetlngistreet, apd east by Lands of-.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance In one, two,
three, four and five years, In equaL Instalments,
with interest payable annually until' the whole
debt be paid; to be secured by bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. Buildings
to be Insured and policy assigned.. Purchaser to
pay for papers an&atamps. iTl ...
novl5-tui- 'E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
Unction Sales-?.ntnre maps.
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBtJNS,
BY YIBTTJE OF AN ORDEE OF COURT
In the casa of Ann Amelia Shingler, Admin?
istratrix, against Emanuel A. Shingler, will be
sold on TUESDAY, 29th day or November instant,
at ll o'clock A. M., In front of the Old Custom?
All that PLANTATION situate in the County of
Charleston, in St. James Goose Creek, on the State
Road, Mill Run Branch and Four Hole Swamp,
waters of Edlsto River, measuring and containing
four thousand acres, according to a plat or the
same made in March, 1847, by Alfred Shuter, Depu?
ty Surveyor, and annexed to a grant of the said
tract of Land, executed 27th day of March, 1847,
and recorded on the 3d day of May, 1847, in the
Secretary" of State's offlce, In' Grant Book P, No.
8. page 3530; bolting and bounding on Lands of
John M. Shingler, John Bell, John Bowman, James
Harley, Alfred Shuler, Lewis E. Conner. David
Way, Mellard and Tharln.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable tn one
and two years, with Interest payable annually, to
be secured, by. bond or bonus ol purchaser and
mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
noyll-rtu4mtu2_s. 0. C.
Br *W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBUiVS.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by
the Hon. G. S. Bryau, Judge of the United States
District Court for the District or South Carolina,
I will offer for sale at public auction, on THURS?
DAY, Npveraber 24th, 1870, at il o'clock A. M.. at
the Old Postofflce, root of Broad street. : "
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate, lying and being in the Parish or St. James
Goose Creek, on the southwest side or the Sooth
Carolina Railroad track, in the County or Charles?
ton and State aforesaid, containing one hundred
and fifty-one (151) acres, more or less, and more
fully described in a mortgage recorded in the
ot?ce of Mesne Conveyance for Charleston Coun?
ty, on May 23d, 1887, in book K, page 230.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, to
be secured by bond of pm chaser, with Interest at
the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, and a mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and I
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,,
situate, lying and being on Edlsto Island, In the
County of Colleton ano State aforesaid, known as
Laurel HUI, containing three hundred (300) acres,
more or less; butting and bounding north on
Lands of Henry Seabrook ; east on creek'; south
on creek; west on Lands of J. J. Murray.
Terms-one-third (v<) cash; the balance In two
equal successive annual .Instalments, to be secur?
ed by bond of purchaser, brarlng interest at 7 per
cent, from day of sale, and a mortgage or the pre?
mises. Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
All that HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND, with Bake?
ry attached, situate, lviug and being on the north
side of Tradd street, in the City or Charleston,
lately owned by the estate or James F. Marshall.
AU that LOT OF LAND, situate, lying and being
on the south side of Tradd street, In tbe City ot
Charleston, lately owned by estate or James F.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In two equal
successive annual instalments, to be secured by
bond of purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of
7 per cent, per annum, and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. LOUIS Mc LAIN,
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. s. BR?NS,""
ACCOMMODATION WHARF PROPER?
TY sold tor division by order of the Execu?
tors of John Ferguson and others.
r Will be sold on WEDNESDAY. 30th Inst., at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofuce, . .- ,,
The following<ipsirable Wharf Property':' ri.
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, *
Consisting of an extensivo Pier, running to the
chasnel, with accommodations for the heaviest
draft of vessels upon both sidos of the Pier, and
berths for smaller vessels upon each abutment.
This extensive, Pier la covered. by a large'wooden
shed, measuring. 269 feet, by 42 feet a Inches lu
width to Hie east, and 71 feet to thc west.
One large BRICK i WAREHOUSE, two stories
high, measuring 160 feet front, by 67 feet in width,
with storage capacity for-bales of cotton, or
US ?quivalent. ? .
One large WOODEN SHEDr for storing and
weighing cotton; measuring in front 176 feet by
53 feet In depth.'
That commodious two story BRICK RANGE,
con tarn lu g twelve um ce.-., now occupied by Cot*
tonTactors, 119 feet by 23 feet. yu :
. At the same time and place.
That two story BRICK STORE, situated on Ven?
due Range, coatainging four offices, known as
Nos. 18 and 20, now occupied by Messrs. W. E.
Ryan and .Wagener A Murdaugh, cotton factors.
Said premises open lo the rear an Accommoda?
tion Wharf, 44 feet on Vendue Bange, by 52 feet in
depth. " if. j '.
That three story BRICK STORE,' on i Vendee
Range, (with Wharf Offlce, two stories highj at?
tached, openiug oh Accommodation, Wharf,)
known as No. 22 Vendue Range; measuring
feet in front,, by,-feet In depth,
Terms and particulars eau be had on applica?
tion at our office. No. 3j Broad street, where a
plat of the property 1B on exhibition.
novl2-stoth_. . ? '
FOR SALE, BY ASSIGNEE IN BANK?
District Court of the United States, South Caro?
lina District-In the matter or the Laurens Rail?
road Companv, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
By order of Hou. G. S. Bryan. District Judge or
the United States, ror South. Carolina District. 1
will sell, at Public outcry, In the City of Colum?
bia, South Carolina, at 12 o'clock meridian, on the
-7th day of December, 1870, free from all liens and
Incnmbrances. all equity 'of redemption heing
forever barred, and Absolutely foreclosed, the
following property, viz: :
The Track and Road bed, Bridges. Culverts,
Machine Shops, Water Tanks and Stitfon-houses,
all the Locomotives, Cara and Machinery, and all.
and singular the Property and Assets, real and
personal, of every description what-oever, of THE
LAURENS RAILROAD COMPANY, and all the
rights and privileges, franchises and easements
lawfully held, used or enjoyed by the s?td'Lau
reus Railroad Company, ou the' following terms,
Forty-two thousand dollars to be paid in cash,
anti thc residue in bond of the purchaser, payable
in one, two and three years, with interest at
seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annual?
ly, and secured by a mortgage of the premises
sold; provided, however, that the purchaser shall
have leave to pay the whole hld in cash, IP he pre?
fers to do so, JAMES M. BAXTER,
Assignee or Laurens R. R. Company.
N. B.-The Laurens Railroad is thirty-three
miles in length, running from Laurensvllle, 3; C..
through a very productive cotton region, abd
densely populated countr?. and connecting "at
Newberry with the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road. Any information . respecting the property
offered tor sale above, will be glady furnished on
application to JAMES M..'BAXTER,
oct23-ftul3 Assignee, Newberry, S. C.
ttab ?Jipc. -
gHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPES, &C
FOR SALE BY WM. SHEPHERD A CO., No. 14
HAYNE STREET AND No. 35 PINOKNEY
STREET. ' ..tu
SIPES AND* HAMS, ON ACCOUNT;OE
. , ,aR Concerned. '? ,.,0 .....
VrtSHIS DAT. 22d Instant, .win..be soabefore our
Store, at io o'c'o'ck, on ?ccpuat bf all concerned,.
,ffi S hhdfl. SIDES ...
5 to?. Hams.. )
Conditions cash. ' _nov22.
By LAUREY A ALEXANDER.
XPEW" HAMS, SHOULDERS, APPLES,
[yf . AC
THIS DAY, 22d instant, will be sold before.our
Store, at 10 o'clock, ' \
?1 bbls. New HAMS
7-bbls. New Shoulders
8 bbls. New Strips -
20 tubs New Leaf Lard
60 bbs. Apples . . '
50 bbls. Potatoes. ... -
Conditions, cash. ......'. _nov22
By T. M. CATER.
?POSITIVES A LE.
._L ' WDJ be sold THIS DAY, before my store, at
o o'clock, as follows: *
175 firkins and tubs BUTTER-from lowest to the
' 10 hhds Hams-No. 2 ' . - - ?
a hhds. Shoulders-No. 2 -
60 tubs Lard .
30 bbl?. Extra Golden Syrup.
Conditions cash. nov22 '
By A. H. ABBAHAMS & SONS.
BROADCLOTHS, CASSI?IERES, AL-:
PACAS, 8hawl8.'Hoslery, Shirts, Ac.
THIS DAY, 22d, at 10 o'clock, will be soldRn our
store, No. 133 Meeting street, . <
A desirable stock of Domestic and Imported
GOODS, just received with orders to close regard?
less of price. Consisting In part Super Black
BROADCLOTH, Casslmeres, Alpacas, Undershirts,
Socks and Stockings, Suspenders, L. O. Handker?
chiefs. Crash . and Towels, White- and Ceiored
S Hirts, Shawls, Hats, and'many other articles.
nov22 ? . ./>??' ? ?? ? '? -
By HENRY CORIA & CO. ??
BUTTER. AND DRY SALTED MEATS.
THIS DAY,' at 9 o'clock, la front of our
ature.-wtll he sold,_-_
1500 pounds Dry Salted Clear Sides
1000 pounds Smoked Shoulders.
Condition!) cash. nov22
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER
WILL SELL THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Stores, Vendue Range, at 9 o'clock, i
20 barrels MULLE rs
10 barrels No. l Mackerel
20 boxes D. S. Bellies
. 10 boxes L. C. Sides -
390 S. C. Hams
New York Pig Shoulders and Strlos. Butter,
Cheese, Lard, Herrings, Dessicated Codfish, Pig
Heads and Pates._nov22
MACQUEEN & RIECKS
WILL SELL BEFORE THE LB STORES,
Nos. 21 anti 23 Vendue Range, THIS DAY,
at 9 o'clock, A.'M.," . '
5000 pounds D. S. SHOULDERS
500O pounds .Un bagged Hams
_ . 3090jraundsN.^y S. t'.Shoulders
5000 pounds D. S. Sides
2500 pounds Bacon shoulders and Sides
76 tubs N.T. State Butter
25 Arkins N. Y. Stato Butter
2500 pounds Bacon S. C. Strips
Lard, Pork, Cheese, Molasses, starch, Ac.
Terms cash._j _nov22
By JOHN 6. MILNOR & CO.
WORSTED NUBIAS, COMFORTS, DRY
GOODS, HATS. Ac. ?.?
THIS DAY, 22d instant, at io o'clock, we will
sell at our store. No. 135 Meeting street,
40 dozen assorted WORSTED NUBIAS
20 dozen assorted Worsted Scarfs..
Pieces Kentucky Joans, Black and Printed Sati?
nets, Fancy Casslmeres, Red and Blue Flannels,
Opera Flannels, Cotton' Flannels, Bleached and
Brown Shirtings. Fancy Prints, Delaines, Shirting
Stripes, Blue Drills, Blue Denims, Balmoral Skirts,
Plaid Llnsevs, Plaid Wool Shawls. Fancy and Blue
Plaid Osnaburgs, Ticking, Hosiery', French and
Verna Head Handkerchiefs, Ladles' and Gents'
Linen c. and Lawn Handkerchiefs'. ,""
ALSO, . . .
An invoice Ladles' CLOAKS, Clothing and Men's
Wool Hats. .
Conditions cash. " ''..'. nojgj
By R. M. MARSHALL & BBO.,
AUCTION SALE UNDER ORDER OF
Thomas A. Huguenlnand Louisa, his wife, vs.
John Farabee et aL
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by
the Hon. R. B. Carpenter. I will offer fer sale; at
Public Auction, THIS DAY, the 22d day or No?
vember instant, at ll o'clock, at the Old Postoflice,
foot Broad street, Charleston, S. C..
1. All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
with the Buildings thereon, situate, lying and be?
ing lu Christ Church Parlait; State of south Caro
Una, on the rood - leading from Charleston to
Georgetown, commonly known as the "Sixteen
Mlle House," containing six hundred (600) acres, I
more or less; butting and bounding north on
Lands belonging to Elias wu lld en; east on Lands
late the property of Stephen De veaux; south on
Lnnd late the' property or David Bailey, and on
Land or Wm. J. Grayson and the Parsonage
Tract, ahd west on Wando River.
2. All that PH NT ATI ON OR TRACT OF LAND,' I
situate, lying and being in Christ Church Parish,
on the Georgetown Road, measuring and contain?
ing two huudnd and seventeen and three tenths
(217 3-10) acres, more or lei's; butting and bound?
ing to the north on the last described tract; to the
southon Glebe Lauds or the Wapperaw Church;
to the east on the said last described tract, and to
the west on Lands of-Wm. J. Grayson, and hav?
ing such shape, marks and boundaries as are re?
presented on a plat thereor drawn by Robert K.
Payne, Surveyor, dated December, 1829.
3. All that TRACT OF L.AND, called _-.ilatto
Town." situated In 'Christ Church Parish, in the
District (now County) of Charleston, on the
Georgetown Road, containing twenty-seven (27)
acres, more or less; butting and bounding to the
north on Lands of H. Lee, formerly known as the
"Barton Tract;" to the east ou the same: to the
south on the Georgetown Road, and to the west
ol? Lauds of A. V,- Toomer.
. 4. All that TRACT OF LAND In Christ Church
Parish, on the sea shore, measuring and contain?
ing one hundred and sixty (100) acres, more or
less: butting and boundlug to the north.on landa
of Wm. J. Grayson, to the east on lands now or
late ol Northrop, to the south on the sea ?hore,
and to the west on lands ot John Kelly? ' ?
Teronis of sale-One-third bash', and the baionce
ott a credit of one and two years, to ne secured
by a bond or bonds of the'purchaser, with Inter-!
est from the day of sale, at the rate of-seven per
cent. p?r annum, payable semi-annually,1 atfd'
mortgage of the premises soldi': Purchaser ttvp?y
for papers and stamps. : G. W- DINGLE,
nov2? '. . " a ' - Special Referee.'
Auctioneers\ IJrioote Sales, c.
By LOUIS D. UeSAUSSURE.* | |
YALUABLE RICE PLANTATION?ON
? North,Santee River,.knowa as .."Richfield.'!
At Prlvat? Sale, the valuable and producttv?
RICE ' PLANTATION, on North Santee River,
known as Richfield, (about 14 miles from George:
town, and 6 miles from South' Island, a healthy
.summer residence,) containing.676. aeres of prime
Rice Land, andeee., or, aoo,;acres..o?. High Land
adapted'to the culture, or cqtt$nand:(PTQFiatbn?l
Gp to the time or the late war the Plantation waa
under successful cultivation,' anil since the war1
about 200 acres of the'Rice- Land have been well
cultivated, and 50 acres of the Provision Laud.'
On the place ls a dwelling house, and negro
houses surrlclent to accommodate laborers neoes
sary to cultivate the place, a Threshing Mill
(requiring repairs,) two large barns In good order.
.Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad street:
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
CAPES'S PLANTATION, OGEECHEE
For Sale or Rent, one of the most valuable Rice
Plantai lons on the Ogeeche River, ui the State of
Georgia, known as the CAPESt? PLANTATION,
(situate near No. Xii Station, on the Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad, seveuteen miles from Savannah.)
containing about 500 acres of Land, of which
about 420 acres are good Rice Lands, under bank
and ditch. On the Plantation there 1? a good
Dwelling-house with live rooms, a garden aud
outbuildings; one or the b -st barns and mills on
the river, capable or threshing ov.er 800 bushels
per dav, with storage room for 14.000bushels rice;
good double negro houses to accommodate about'
fifty laborers, prettily located on a bluff consid?
ered healthy; also, good stables.
The neighborhood is a good one to get labor,
and lias the advantage of dally communication,
with Savannah by railroad. novi9-sltnrh4
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
Real Estate Broker, No. 56 Broad Street.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS or bes: quality and
locutions. " , ?
Rice and Cotton Plantations in al! parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
Farms. . octi2-6mo
TU ST BE OBI TED, ;
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Dlalnfevtant
and destroyer of Rats, Mice Bugs, Cockrow hes,
Ac. A small quantity placed where they frequent'
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, pr Vegetable Pain Ex*
tractor.;. '' '".'. ' ' . ,
A'fresh supply of Fleming's Worm Confection*,
the must reliable in use.
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy fdr Rheumatism.
For tale, wholesale and retail, by
.' 7 ,. Dr- H.BAER,
mayan - '*" No.181 Meeting street.
^gmtm 0??87r?llli6 Daft.
JT Ey virtue of au order l? toto case, Twin o??
fer fot sale at public auctlon??HlS DAY, the 221
Instant, at ll o'clock: A. M.v at the Old Postofflce,
Broad street, 'o l fsf*s 1 A*
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OP LAND, ai*,
nate, lying and belog In the Parish of St. .ste?
pneys" known aa i'Plne Tree,1' containing five
thousand and eighty-nine .(5089) acres of Laud,
inore or less, and battlngand bounding north on
Lands of Dr. Jonn S. Palmer, Platt, Burnes and.
others, east on Lands of Barrett and Sauted
Swamp, south.oaLands of'Crawford andMcCay,
and wet on Slukler and Gravel Hill tract.
Terras-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually until the whole principal and Interest bo
fully paid. Purchaser to pay me pit stamps, and
papers. ' W.^T^J?HBN?EBVET,
DOV22 -.?- Referee.
Bj LOWNDES & GRIM BALL, i
. ? . Auctioneers. ''.
TTENRY GO?EDD?; TRUOTR??;(?ri?
XX Marie Devlneaa et aL In the Common
Pleas, Charleston County-<Eonlty.) i. X : ??we
By virtue of sn order of the Hon. R. B. Carpen?
ter, Judge of the First Circule In the abo/e case,
made on the 6th day of May, A. D. 18ro, i_ will ex?
pose for sale at Public Auction, THIS DAY, the
'22d day of November, at ll o'clock A. M., In front
An' those PREMISES on the east side of King
?street, between Qeonre and Society, streets, m the
City of Charleston, described in tho mortgage of
E. Devlneau to John Lewis Faber aa' "All that
messaage apd tenement now lu th? occupation of
John Ansel,. Esq., containing in front on.King
street twenty-seven (27) feet four inches, and lu
depth two handred ahd' ntaetj-oh?"'ffiet,'Wi
twenty-seven feet lu width on the back line. But
ting and bounding to the north on Land of the
Estate of John Hunter, and others; to the east
on Land of Dr.' Henry R. Frost; to the southon
that other messuage and tenement belonging to
the said John L. Faber, and to the wear on King
street,-particularly delineated by a plat made by
Charles Parker, City Surveyor, loth of May, 1843,
and of record In the Regiater of Means Convey?
ance office, Charleston District, In Book N, No. li,
page 97.?' " . S?? .r'-'-?~
Terms of Sale-One-fourth cash, andrehe ?bil- .
ance uppn a credit of one, two and three, years,
secured by the bond or bonds of the purchaser,'
with Interest from the day of sale'payable semi*
annually, and a mortgage of the-premts?S.'the
buildings thereon to be insured and the policy
assigned. The purchaser , to pay me for stamps
and all necessary title deeds, or other paper wri?
ngs. ,'? G. HERBERT SASS,
nov22_ Special Betereev
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWES.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, THE 2io
Instant, at the Old Postofflce, at U o'clock,
LOT, with Two Story Wooden Dwelling and out?
buildings, No. 8 Woolie-st reit, north side, between
Meeting and Nassau streets. Lot measures 88
feet front by loo feet deep, more or lesa. ., p
LOT, with Two Story Wooden Dwelling and out
buildings, No. 6 Vernon atreet, north . aide, be?
tween Marsh and Concord streets. Lot measurea
40 feet front by 120 feet deep, more or less, -.-..w
Terms-Half cash; balance In one year, secured
by bond and mortgage of the property. Pur?
chaser to pay J, F. iL tot papen and neoessary
stamps. ;JT ....
AMO, . ?'" ' "
Six half acre LOTS In the Town of Ravenel, on
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
Unction Sales-~imnre darje.
SALE ON ACCOUNT OF MANUFAC?
TURERS OF LOOKING GLASSES AND MIR?
RORS. - t ...-.., t. . ...
Will be sold1 en se?onl floor" of my Store, No. 22
Vendue Range, on WEDNESDAY, at 10 o'clock,
40 dozen 14x10Band-B American GLASSES
8 dozen 17x10 B and B Glasses ...<-.:
10 dozen 32x18-White Plate
Lot 30x18 White Plate- . -
12 dozen 17x10 B and B - ? ? ? i ... UTZ
io dozen 14X10 ? - ;i>T .? . a3f v
. ,2 dozen 34x20 Birmingham Glasses-rid
3 .dozen 30X?? Birmingham Glasses fa
13 dozen 32x18 American Gold Oral
3 dozen 36x20 White.Plate. -, ".
And many other styles, making; a large in?
voice. . . r . . . dmht) ifulT
. -. Bj WM. McaUlV !?:.??...:
TO-MORROW, WEt?NESb?Y,1 ?
o'clock, at No. 140 Meeting atreet. "
English Single and "Double Barrel GUNS, Re?
volvers, Door and Padlocks, Knobs,''NaihtrBrasa
and iron Keys. Blacksmiths' Benowa, ia vices, 1
Anvil, lLathe, andi Superior Household Furni?
ture, Carpeta and Blankets of a family leaving thc
etty.*,-. . . ?: ). ../-. ..?or.:;'?jaPT#i .
.^''BUJ.'FV'FV S-A LA sV:'' '*
. .<i . .MUJO 5! ..I lt (IATJ0J */>?It??
Auctioneer, v -.Ci
DAMAGED "St?GAR, F?R '?CCOITNT
of whom lt -mary..concern, by order; of the
Span lab Consul.. ?,- ... . . >?%
On FRIDAY next,, the. 23d instant, at u
o'clock A. M., wi J. be soldat tha.?nitea States
Bonded Warehouse, la Elliott atreet, v. " ...<f;
312 (three li undred and twelve) boxas, more Or
lass, damaged SUGARS. . . . -.r
. Damaged on board the Spanish "Piqaete, Can?
tabria," J. B. Ouzaiu Master, which put into this
port lu distress whilst on her intended voyage
i rom Havana toward Santander, uodaold by order
of the Spanish Consul for the benefit of whom lt
may concern. . - ; ,,
Terms cash. _ ; . jj ,-? .novM
Bj R Mi MARSHALL & BRO.,
Redl Batate Broker? and Auctioneers.
WOODEN BUILDINGS, ENGINE. COT
- TON GINS, AC.
On THURSDAY, 24ch inst., at 12 o'clock, will ba
sold ut: DereePa Wharf, ... !
-2 WOODEN BUILDINGS, with their contents,
viz ': Engine and Boiler, McCarthy Gins. Corn
Mill, Cotton Pres? and -Whipper, Scales, Moating
Table. Stove, Desk, Ac._novl9-stntb3
Bj LOUIS D. BeSAUSSURE. -
VALUABLE RICE PLANTATION ON
Combahee River, known as Rose Hill and
Pleasant HUI. . .
- Under power of sale contained - in a mortgage
from Robert cntsoim, Jr., trustee to . WiJUarn O.
Bee, trustee, dated July J, 1869, wiil b? Salavat
? Pnbllc Sale, at or near tue Old Pestofflce/ 'in
ObaTreston. on TUESDAY, the 20th'day of .Decem?
ber next, at ll o'clock. . .rr . I17T
All that PLANTATION on Combahee River,:do
scrlbed in the conveyance made hy william c.
Bee,-trustee of Mrs. Elizabeth H.'Trapier and
children, to Robert Chlsolm, Jr., trastee, tn accor?
dance with Ute order of the Hon, R. B. Carpenter,
Judge of the First Circuit, dated the Hr, t day .of
July, 1870, as "AU that tract of Land comprising
the. two i'lautatlona called 'Pleasant Hill' and
.Rose' Hill,' and an-' enjoining "tract'.caned,
.Rogerson pr RugerX Woods.';, sit?ate, 1?ng and
being on th? CombaTi?e River, tn Cmletdir County,
'lu the State aforesaid-, measuring an d'-coh tain lng
twenty-one hundred and seventy-six (21T6) acre?,
more or less; butting and bounding to 'the north,
partly on Lands-of E. Barnwell Hey ward, tend
. partly on other Landa of the< said winiam c. Bee,
trustee of Mrs. E. H. Trapier. "to the east on Laads
of D. Blake Hey ward and E. Barnwell Heyward,
to the south on the, Combahee River, and, jp, the
west ohjLahds or Daniel Blake:" ;! ,' ;
nie sjid mortgage being given to secure.the
credit portion or the purchase mpney, and made
in pursuance Of Che trust- contained- invSall deed
or convevauce, and contalnlBg a power of sal? to
thesaid WillIam O. Bee upon delault or payment
without resort to any court for foreclosure-of-the
'mortgage. .- t?-.o?'??'/?.: .--/AH.-ar. - ?r
Tho said Plantation ls under lease ta J. B. Bla?
sen until the drat day of January, 1871, and la
sold subject to the said lease. Possession given
on 1st January, 187L : . , . .. .
Terms-OB e-t ht rd cash; balanoe payable in one
and two years, with interest from the dayrof sale,
payable semi annually ...secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the property. Pur?
chaser te pay for all requisite papers and revenue
stamps. . : :_novl9-flltnch8d6Cl7.18,20
Bj LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE. I
YALU ABLE RICE :PLANTATIONSll ON
Cooper Elver, known as the "Farm" and
'''ijC&lOH. ' ; 'I . \*
On TUESDAY, the 6th day of December next, at
/lt o'clock A. M., win be sold at the Old Postofflce,
? .AR.that PLANTATION situate in the Pariah or
St. John's Berkeley, on the western branch of
Cooper River, known as the "Old and New
?.arm," measuring 555 acres, as per plat .of
Thomas J. Mellar?, dated 16th April, 1844; bound?
ing northeast and north on Lands lately of frede?
rick Ford and Mulberry Plantation; southwest on
Wappahoola Creek, which separates < it; drom
Seaton; southeast on Dockon Creek, and ?aston
Cooper River; and also, as part of the said Planta?
tion, the tract koowa as- the "Elbow- Tract,"
measuring 25 acres. On the Plantation are a
Dwelling House, and negro houses sufficient for
the necessary force of workers. There are 205
acres of good tide swamp Rice Lmd. mose of it
under cultivation, and in fair order. : There ls also
good Cotton and Corn Land.
All that adjoining PLANTATION, known aa
"Seaton and Westham, or Weston," measuring
1280 acres, as per plat of John Diamond, dated
July, 1702: Doonding- northeast on Wappanoola.
reek, vthlCh'divid?a it rrom the Old and'New
Farm and from South Mulberry Plantatlonjjiorth.
on Lands formerly of Thomas MliUken: peaton.
Monek'8 Comer Road, and sooth oh Dockon
. Plantation. There are 23 acres of good JMe.
swamp Rice Laud, and 40 of |nhmdawamp Blca
L^rhe said tracts of land are under lease1 imtn Snt
December, 1870, at which ?me possession wul be
glTerms-One-third cash; balanc? Inene, two and
three years, secured -by-^wud and mortgage of
the premises, with interest XrumMifttlay of sato
at seven per cent per annum, payjal^annually.
ft^fi? Toauf?*. neighs
'?btfrh?ofl?-': . " 'V.'nij^lHpKilA.