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To Ora CITY SUBSCRIBERS.-V.'e beg that
ar 7 or our city subscribers who fall to receive
their papers promptly and regularly, will report j
the fact at once to this office. We i awe been com? j
pelled to change two of THE NEWS c .rrlcrs, and j
there may be some confusion in delivering .the
napers for several days to come. We will, of j
course, cheerfully make good uDy omissions that
aiay occur. ._
Meetings Tilts Day.
Typographical Union, at half-past 7 P. M.
Tyre Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at 12 o'clock, at Toot of \
Wentworth street, a nat.
THE MEETINGS of Charleston Typographical
Union, No. 43, will be bein hereafter at Hibernian
Hali, and not Masonic Hall, as formerly.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.-T h e
District Court adjourned yesterday'to meet in
Columbia on Monday, the 2Sth instaat.
RANGE OF THE THERMOMETER yesterday at
Joseph Blackman's drug store, No. 39 .Broad
street: 8 o'clock, 54; io, 57; 12, 58; 2, 58; 4, 57; 5,
*4; 8, 5L _^
LVA. NEW CHARACTKR.-Mr. Charles I. Day,
the business manager of Miss Laura Keene's Com?
pany, will make his appearance to-morrow In
a new character-as author of a thrilling serial,
oalled "Alice Drayton ; or, The Backwoods
Beauty," to be published in the Sunday Times.
THE LUE MONUMENT.-We hope that it will
be born tn mind by every b - dy that in the churches
throughout the South a col ection win be taken up
to-morrow (Sunday) morainz^Npvei?^ar. 27, for
the purpose of erecting a monument to perpet?
uate the memory of that djtottngulsued. Christian J.
soldier, General Robert Ejiee.
. --?f ?-'.,.
CLEARANCE FROM BREMERHAVEN.-BJ the
latest mail dates received,'we learn, that the. Bre?
men bark Kepler cleared ap Bremerhaven on-the
0th November for this port with -aa .assorted
cargo. This would seem to Indicate that the
blockade was not very strict on the German
coast. ; . '
?Si T_ s* j
ST. PAUL'S, RADCUFKEBORO'.- There . waa a
very fair congregation at this church on Thanks
.giving Day, whe. an admirable sermon wis
preached by the rector, the Rev. Jam?s n. Elliott,
fro? the following text: "In -everything give
thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus
, . RE3?ONAT?ON OF HUBBARI).-A Radical paper
says that Chief Constable Hubbard tendered his
resignation to the Governor and th<tt lt waa at
once accepted. The reason assigne ! for this rup?
ture was "abusive language" used by Hubbard
towards several State officers and gent lernen In
D&ATS OP CAPTAIN FREDERICK BURROWS.
We are pained to announce the death of Captain
Frederick Burrows, which occurred last night
about 10 o'clock. Captain Burrows had long beerrj
^ntt&afcMn^TW^ ?emees wl?l take
plac?^?-morrc-w, at Trinity (M. E.) Church.
NUISANCE.-Residents of the neighborhood
complain loudly and Justly or the terrible st at e/? f
the sidewalk on King street, between Calhoun
and Vanderhorst. The pavement ls mach-broken
and foll of holes, and as c i ty j?ojmc? .seems 'de-.:
termlned that neither or the thtwswifctramps ni.
that locality shall ever be lighted, perambu latlon
tn;that section ls boih difficult and dangerous.
CAS ES ,-BEFORE j TUB UNITED STATES COM?
MISSIONER YESTERDAY.-Preston Jackson, ar?
rested for voting- under age, in s\ Paul's Parish,
was. examined and hound over to appear before
the court tn January.
Five men, who were arrested for resisting the
United States marshal while lu the discharge or j
? his duty, in St. Paul's Parish, wer committed to
jail to await trialln^annsiry next. .
FUNERAL OF THE LATE MCMILLAN KINO-.
jtjef$ajj$r?lL service s of this highly esteemed gen?
tleman tji?QX place, yesterday morning", at the
ScotcTTTresbyterian Chur b, Rev. Dr. Forrest,
the pastor, officiating. There was a large attend?
ance -or t tte. tri ends and relatives of the deoeased,
of the deniers of the bar, and of-his old com
?adas inane-Confederate army. Messrs. Theodore
G. Barker, James R. Pringle, Jr., Charles R. Miles,
Dr. Henry Horlbeck, Henry Frost and Henry E.
Seabrook-acted- as pall-bearers. The body rests
tn the family vault In the yard of the church.
". 3?vO 831 . ': ? ?
;J?KJ? IRON STE.tM.suIP VIRGINIA.PURCHASED
POR THE PHlLADBLPTlIA-'AND CHATtWEST?/ ETRE.
Mesjgrs. Cl/de, of Phil ?dei ph i a Pe'zer, Rodgers A
Co., of our city, and others, lia ve united In the
purchase or the -Al lion steamship Virginia,
boJjt in Scotland, In 1864, and.-for two years past
rtt^ssfnliy~emplbyed on the New York and Gal?
veston ste im line. She will be at once placed on
the route between Philadelphia and Charles'on,
salting from the former port to-day, on her first
voyage to Charleston. The Virginia ls built of j
(ron, 180 feet long, 2d feet beam and 17 feet deep,
and has brought up .'rom Galveston to New York
lioo bales of cotton, on a draft of 10 feet. She has
cabin accomodation for si passengers, and lain all
respects well adapted to th"* Philadelphia and
Charleston trade. The public can now count with
certainty upon the regular dispatch of steam?
ships from Philadelphia and Charleston every
Saturday, and as a consequence freights will
seek toe shortest-sea tine ta and from the Quaker
City. Mr. Wm. A Courtenay ls the agent of the |
CLUBS AND STAR?.-Several young men Who
bad been arrested for shooting, within the city
limits, and had their guns taken away, were dis?
charged with a reprimand and their guns re?
turned, the evidence chowing that they had on*
Mary Collins, arrested for vagrancy, was sent j
to the House of- Correction for thirty days.
Frank Middleton was arrested, yesterday, for
stealing several chickens from Dr. Fitch In Smith
street. He ls held over for examination to-day.
! James Brown was arrested and lodged tn the
defective's offloe/yeeterday ni ming, by Officers
Burke ar-d Davis, for larceny or several ooats,
panw, Ac., from Mr. Alexander, In King' street.
A bflfck coat, belonging to Mr. Alexander, was
recovered at the same time from Brown, who ls
held for examination.
Thomas Wilson has been committed to jail by
Trial Justice J. G. Mackey to await his trial at the
-next term of tba Court of General Sessions,
charged with stealing sails from the sloop Chi?
co ra. and an anchor from another boat, the
whole valued at $35.
Carrie Wilson, of Elliott street, arrested jester,
day for disorderly conduct, was sent to jail for
Henry Drain, an old offender, was arrested for
general lawlessness, and gave hall to appear be?
fore Trial Justice J. G. Mackey on Monday
Hotel Arrival?-November 35.
. - PAVILION HOTEL.
H. Leland, -South Carolina; James B. Mor?
rison. Sumter; L. A. Harper, South Carolina; C.
G. Alford, Thomson. Ca.; Mrs. P. K?le, J. W. Ri?
ley, Jacksonville; H. Andrews, wife and three
CHARLESTON HOT KL.
O. W. Rowan, Philadelphia: F. Humbert, Gra?
hamville; P-ederick W. Fos , New York; E. G.
Bast man, Florida; Wm. M. Wallace, B. F. Jenkins.
Philadelphia; H. M. cot Un g ham, Atlanta; Wm. M.
Bodes; Baltimore; John B. Moore and wife, Mas?
ter M. De Veaux Moore, stare-bury; Oimerv
Thayer, New York; J. S. Henderson, P. Furlong,
Covington; E. D. Moore, S. Hirsch, New York; L.
Lebermann, Philadelphia; s. Tuschet, New York.
.Artnur Parker, New York; H. G. Allen, Oneida
Circular; Henry Sturges, Qultraaa; Mrs S. B.
Abaran I child, W. H. Aar?", D. H. Showers and
wife. New York; His. B. G. Whitaker and child,
WaUamsport; A. G. Goodwin, wire and chili;
Som h Carolina; H. F. Bittier, Marlon; J. B. Fad
ter, New~Yo?;^Rowtery Miller, Shanghai; J. B.
watter. H na land. -
CRUMBS_There is a dangerous hole in the
asphalt sidewalk on Wentworth street, between
St. Philip and Glebe. 'i il.': !
Quite an excitement was created in Hasel street,
near thc Postotuce, yesterday morning, by the
frantic endeavors of some colored boys to catch a
runaway or ra-her. a flowuaway canary.
I Many c jmplatuts are made of the negligence of
(the chimney contractors for the lower wards.
The board orcoanty commissioners have quali?
fied, and arc now ready to receive the bonds of
the public officers lately elected.
Mr. Haigh', the aitent tor stone A Murrays cir?
cus, ls ia thc city, makin?; preparations for the
exhibition of thc circus, which takes place early
The harbormister's office has beeu removed to
So. ll Exchange street.
The Hiverniau Hall ls being prepared for Skiff &
Gaylord's ministr?is, who open there on Thursday.
I next. _^_
BALLOON MAIL.- A private letter was re?
ceived yesterday In this < Hy, whicU came out
from Paris by the regular balloon mall. The let?
ter, which ls dated November 6th, is written on
thc third and fourth pages of a sheet of good
sized note paper; the first and second pages of
which serve as a newspaper, and contain six
closely printed columns of the latest war and
political uewa. The writer of the letter says that
the Parisians suffer no Inconvenience from the
siege, excepting that fresh meat and vegetables
are rather scarce. Every confidence ls expressed
that Paris will be able to hold out for some time,
but the people are discouraged by the failure of
the authorities at Tours to break through the
German lines.- lt is feared, therefore, that Paris
may share thc fate of Metz. The most surprising
thing about the letter is tho celerity with which
lt reached its destination. Nineteen days from
Par s to Charleston, considering the uncertainties
of balloon travelling, and the natural Irregularity
of the French postal service, is what may be
called i;double-quick time."
THE NEW CUSTOMHOUSE.-The work on this
flc?6dllding has lately been renewed with In?
creased energy under the Inspiriting Influence of
the appropriation lately made for lt by Congress;
and. under thc indefatigable superintendent, Mr.
T. H^.Oakshott, we can at last look forward to the
complet um. or the edifice. The appropri?t lon, which
wa?loutaaed by the united efforts of Messrs.
Sawyer abd Bowen, at the Federal capital,'
amounted -to $325,090, and will gd far towards fin?
ishing ^the.work, which has been al a stand-still
so long. To have finished the building in the
styMlu w&ich it was begun would have required
over a million of dollars, and under the pre?
sent straitened allowance the original plan
wai haye do.:.of????*lderably modified, and In
some parts entlrdyxfianged. The two .large por?
ticoes on the north and south si les of the build?
ing are to be left out altogether, and in. their
places a simple balustrade will run around the
square on the basement, upon which they were
to have been erected. Tne dome dr cupola on the
root will also be much smaller, and changed ir^
other respects from the deslgns^r'thajarchltect.
On the east andVjjvest si les. however, the porti?
coes are to be .completeJ according to the mag?
nificent designs furni*hedj$and particularly the
west one, front?n g on East Bay. There will be
grey, difficulty in obtaining marble to match that
already used lu eteo?ng the building, and in
.order to complete gefront on East Bay, as orlgi*
..?ally intended, .th)? marble columns taken I rom
'4Dfl;rest'or theJ)5ifl'diug willbe used,
j A Urge'd errick ls now in operation raising the
huge-sucilons of columns to their resting place at
Hie top or tito magniflcient night of steps on the
west point, and the stone cutting is going on
briskly nuder the tent In the yard. One sectlou of
a column'was raised yesterday, and ff ve more are
: ready to be put in place. The work is but begun,
and;I?'?t?r mostly preparatory. When lt gets
w?n underway, over two hundred workmen*will
be employed on different parts ofthej building.
Most of the marble which has been lying around
the yard since the breaking out of the late war,
was round to be considerably'damaged bj the
shelling, and will have to be refuted before it can
be used. The stone on hand ls by no means suf?
ficient to finish the building, and If a new supply
of this and another appropriation ls obtained, the
new Customhouse will be ready In about two
On the wharf, in the rear of the building, the
work of rebuilding aud repairing is bring pushed
vigorously- forward. The smithies" are busily
worked from Jay to night, and In the dock the
dredging machine, la digging jip the mud at a fu?
rious rate. The .busy scene at least ls a vast Im?
provement on the late silliness that pervaded the
lot, and we only hope that .the-wprkj atwell be?
gun, wilpbe kytjinpnjfl'fEe completion/
THE BAVEXPORX BROTHERS-AX
. - EXPOSE. J
TO THE EDmMJfTHB NEWS.
It ls.ast?nisj^?that a community ao se?
reu My conservative.and eminently Intellectual as
that of Charleston should allow itself to be befud?
dled by perf ?nn.iuees so easily exp'ained and un?
derstood as those..of thc Davenport ^Brothers..
Sci?noe-has trie-solution of the ?cemmg- riddle at
its finger-ends, and you must not for a-moment
Imagine that any one of thc score of physicians
who were present at the several cxbibltibnscouid
not have promptly Informed! ?you concerning
these strange causes and efiects. \ They are very
ranitUar to thc profession. 1
I saw through the phcnomen?at once; and now
that the Brothers have departed. I have no hesi?
tation In statlug that"anybody blessed'with the
usual bones and .muscles, who wilt follow the in?
structions given bel -w, will be ?bte, to endnre as
much cord and discord as was done by these
seeming genii of the evil spirit. ?'.
First, lee me onservc thane mechanical appli?
ances are necessary beyond jv,ten grain dose of*
blue mass an?^Llt-! proper depletion of the max
lllafy extremities of nRMflHhff? major mus?les..
This wilLaecure the- necessary elasticity of tho
gomphosis and .perichondriumj^fhereby specific
gravity seems to be overcome, andean ocular de
luslon ls created on- the part of ?no anu?atea.
The Davenport Brothers tjiejnse?yibs io not deny,
that the phenomenal phase or the mystery ls due
to the co-relation between theaclntellant psycho?
logists of the peripheral -extremity of the nu
dulla obiongata, and the sublobular. exoetosls
of the m nor forces latent in the metacarpal ex?
tremities. A voluntary pcrlsiui;;., action ls thus
produced; .whHh results in a prc Ictermlne.l, in?
termittent bs?eo-muscular contraction-and re?
leases the physical economy from Its ligaments. '
Whether through inductive/.ratiaol?a:.dr by in?
tentional perception from,a subjective standpoint,
it makes no difference., I hope yon catch the
To Illustrate: The cscoccygiV and astralagl be?
ing firmly fastened, elective affinity 'is at once
established betwee?nh?'cWeb?li?ffi and tendon '
acbillls, and .between the longitudinal sinus of
the dura miter and tne'sup?rc?llt?ry^excresences
of the phalanges. The motor force now being ap
p led latero-diaphragm?tioaily: occas! ms a tan?
gential procedure of'will-power, which dlverglne;
from the pancreatic-gland 'through the internal
pereosteum, reacher the flexor alfgltorum, v.'hwce
lt ls Immediately refracted upon the "lamdoldal
satire;of the occiput, oa the serrafd edges of
which lt ls momentarily held in biological abey?
ance until lt meets a counters-current of rectan?
gular volition, acting objectively through the (n
unminata and' thyroid foramen. At the-point or
contact these currents are- -uervp-yltally blended,
and resolve themsel vee 'ratio cel?utar oviform cor?
puscles, which are tran n-ersely con .reved through
the mucous membrane of the epidermis; by the
usual process of echymosls, and then reacting
through the sarcophagus, produoe an antiphlogis?
tic effect upon the digits, which eaable them to
recede easily from the ropes. (Vile Humboldt,
Prof. Bache, Verd', A. Ward, aqd the Patent
Following the above directions, anybody may
accomplish these amusing reata.
A PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIBXB.
p. S. 1 have submitted this description to
Major Willis, who went Into the cabinet with the
Brothers, the other night, and he says lt la all
trna That If this .theory, does not expiara the
phenomena, what in thunder does lt explain*
Ergo, lt must be right.
TRI ff UTE T?O?. THE XE MOBY Of
GEORGE A. RODGERS. ',
-At the regular monthly meeting, of the
puce nix Fire Engine company, held on'the even
lng of the 18th instant; the following preamble
and ret elations were unanimously adopted:
. Death, thecommon lot of all, has removed from
our midst a highly cherished and esteemed mem?
ber. George A. Rodgers ls no more. During the
period of his active membership, he was always
to be found at hts post, never shrinking from the
most arduous and dangerous outies, Outperform?
ing them with a zeal and eagerness that at all
times peculiarly characterized him. He remained
on the active roll of the company until that in?
vidious disease, consumption, had laid Us relent?
less hand upon him, and then only had his name
transferred to the contributing roll, thereby keep?
ing up and continuing his connection with us.
What was mortal of him has been consigned to
the bosom of the earth, where all must lie to?
gether, when life's fitful fever Is over.
Therefore, be lt
Resolved, That in the death of George A.
Rodgars this Company mourns the loss of a good
and useful member, one who at all times toot a
lively Interest, in Its weirare.
Resolved, That we tender to the bereaved family
of the deceased our most profound sympathy and
condolence in their affliction.
Resolved, That a page m onr minute book be
appropriately inscribed to his memory.
Received. That these proceedings bc published
lu the DAM.Y Nrvfs and Courier, and that a copy
of the same be sent to his family.
Extract from the minutes.
A. G. MAORATH, JB.,
Secretary Phoenix F E. Co.
A NEGLECTED 0 o u a H, COLD OR SORB
THROAT, which might be checked by a simple
rememy, like "Brown's Bronchial Troches,"
allowed to progress may terminate seriously. For
Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and Consumptive
Coughs "the Troches" are used with advantage,
giving oftentimes Immediate relief. Singers and
public speakers wUl lind them also excellent to
clear the voice and render articulation wonder?
fully easy. Sold wholesale by Dowle, Moise A Da?
vis, Charleston, S. C.
CHEAP PIANO.-A rare opportunity to obtain
a new plano or excellent make at a sacrifice is
offered by the auction sale of Mr. Wm. McKay,
which ls advertised m another column. Two
splendid pianos, sent to compete for the premi?
ums at the Columbia fahr, bnt delayed on the way
until too late for exhibition, will be sold, and can
doubtless be obtained for half their value.
. :-; ' :'.?".
PANTS-Cut, Made arid Trimmed at $2 50
per pair, at O. E. A A. S. JOHNSON'S.
CHROMOS ! H CHEAP" CHROMOS ! - Ease
street Bazaar and Ko. 181 King street, novm-e
THE SINGER NEW FAHILT SEWING MACHINE
will make a splendid holday present. Easy
terms. State agency No. 1ST King street.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING 1-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. oct ll-rs
FRAMES ! FRAMES ! FRAMES !-AT REDUCED
PRICKS i 1 AT REDUCED . PRICES I-For Photo?
graphs and Imperial Cards-the greatest variety
ever seen in this city-the Ladles are especially
Invited to call at No., 161 King street, or at the
Hasel street Bazaar. ?octl4-fs
WRITING DESKS AND PORTFOLIOS, one dollar
each-Hasel street Bazaar, and No. 161 King
street. ' ocut-fs
ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON.-A Hot Lunch
every day from ll to l o'clock.^Oysters served In
every style, day and night. J. P. HORBACH,
oct27-lmo ' Proprietor.
RUSTI? GOODS! RUSTI? GOODS!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. lol King street. octis
ATTKNTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. - novl2
AT FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We have recently made large and valuable ad?
ditions to our stock of Miscellaneous, Theological,
Sunday School and Juvenile BOOKS. We are now
prepared to furnish Sunday Schools with Library
Books, Catechisms Hymn BOOKS, Music Books,
Sunday School Cards aud other requisites from
all me Publishing Societies, embracing the Amer?
ica!) Sunday school Cnlon, the American Tract
Society. American Baptist Publishing Society,
Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Onion and
Church Book Society, Lend .rn Religious Tract So
clety. London Society for Promoting Christian
Knowledge, Ac ftc
Our Stationery Department has been replenished,
aud we are now selling French, English and
American Note and Letter Papers and Envel?
opes at unusally low prices.
Wedding Note Papers, cards and Envelopes, of
. the newest styles. ?
English and French Initial Papers-new and
beautiful designs, at reduced prices.
Visiting Cards-primed in various styles.
A Uuve and varied assortment or pocket and
other Diaries for 1871.
Photogrs ph Albums, Writing Albums. Autograph
Albums-our varieties of these beautiful art??
lleles are unsurpassed and cheap.
Writing Desks, Writing Cases and Portfolios, em?
bracing every variety of styles, from $1 up to
JUVENILE BOOKS.-Especial attention has been
given to our Juvenile Department. Our as
sor, mont ls unusually large, and great care
bas been taken to select good books for thc
young of all Hges.
BIBLES AND PRATER BOOKS.
A large stock of English, Family and Pocket Bl
b es and Episcopal Prayer Bo* ks, embracing
all the new editions and styles of binding.
The prices of Bibles and Pra> er Books have
been greatly reduced. Our stock offers as
large a variety as eau be had, and at the re?
We are now receiving onr stock of HOLIDAY
BOttKS, comprising all the varieties of the sea?
son, together with the best editions of Standard
Our Store ls arranged so as to afford visitors
every convenience for examining the books, and
.the. price of each book ls marked In plain flau rcs.
*?*Oar regular Weekly Catalogue wlU be re?
sumed next week.
N. B.-Our Monthly Literary Bulletin wUl be
sent FREE to persons In the country.
jay Persons residing In the country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published In America, they wlU be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
Jun28-tuths6raos ' Charleston, S. 0.
?vugs, (Erjomrals, &c.
JQR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
It has been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-five years as one of the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
ottered to the suffering. If taken regularly aud
persistently, lt la sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, Jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chills,- diseases of
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pams in
the bowels, pain In the head, fever and ague,
dropsy, bolls, pain in back and Umba, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious diseases
Prepared only* by J. EL ZEELLN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price $1; by mall $124.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to the virtues or this valuable medicine.
For sale by
,t. GOODRICH, WINGMAN & 00.
jr DOWIE, MOISE 4 DAVIS, .'.
Janis slyr Charleston.
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P TEA .WA R ip HOUSE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER *
PURE LEAF LARD
. . PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, ind
BISCUITS, Ac., ka.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOOK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILTIGROCERDSS IN THIS OUT. .
AND VERY [OLD
E. E. BEDFORD,
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 37GKING STREET,
I * OPPOSITE HABEL.
WHOLESALE AJST> RETAIL DLALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Provisions, Spices, &c.
HERMETICALLY" SEALED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &C
AU articles sold from tola establishment are of tbo VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goods delivered to all parts of tbo City, RaUroad Depots, steamboats, free of expense.
EVERT E. BEDFORD. ) SEND FOR A (JAS. 8. MARTIN.
GEO. H. GRUBER. f . CATALOGUE. ( WM. O. MOOD, JR.
?BE 0 S W E G 0 STARCH.
Ti 'KINGSFORD .& RON, MANUFACTURERS..
THIS STARCH has established greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and having. re
oently doubled the capacity of their works, they will now be able to meet the demand. Their works
are the largest of the kind Di the world, the precaution being over twenty tons each day.
The great des ld erat am in tho Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to 'secure, ls an if or ir.
good quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED RY THE CONSUMER; and every
Grocer is aware of the annoy anoe caused by even a aUght variation In the quality. None below tae
standard ls ever allowed to go ont of the factory, and not a box has ever been returned to them aa
defective. IT WILL KEEP PERFECTLY. SWEET POR YEARS IN ANY CLIMATE.
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged In the manufacture or Starch for THIRTY-NINE YEARS, an<i
1 A the Inventor of the process of making CORN STARCH.
The subscribers axe sole Agents tor Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCH, and are prepared tc
I nrnlsh the wholesale and retail trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
ootl2-2mos HENRY GERDTS ?fe CO., Agents.
LIFE INSURANCE 00MPAN7
N S. W TOKE.
OROAKIZBD IN 1669. .
ALL POLICIES NON-FOHFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED,
LAST 0A8H WVTDKHD (PUTT) 60 PRU CHUT.
Polices la rorce.126,000,ooo
Assets. L wo, coe
Annual Income. 800,00?
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. TJ HOOKES, Vlce-Presld :
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
Bon. John A. Dix, New Tort.
Son. James Harper, Firm of Harper k Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank RepubUc
Wm. M. YermUye, Banker, (YermDye k Co.)
anas. C. Rookwood, Cashier Newark Banklnt
Bon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York,
innot C. Morgan, Banker. fi alic:
momas Rigney, Firm-Thomas Rigney A Oe.
BenJ. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
S ngar Re Ailing Company,
aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore k Bowne, Lawyers,
ft. V. Haughwout, Firm E. V. Haughwout k Oo.
Wm. W?kens, Firm of Wllkens k Co.
JnliuB H. Pratt, MercaanL. . -
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles'j. starr, Merchant,
william Allen, Merchant,
.leo. W. Ouyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Insur
an oe Oompany.
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue arie
edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
?V. L. cogs wei':, Merchant.
KEIM 4 ISSEBTEL, .
General Agent? for South Carolina and Georgia,
orneo No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examlntng Physician,
?U?iinerrj, i:ancp <Bocos, Ut.
ILLINEB Y OPENING I
A full assortment of
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
Cloaks on hand and made to order.
In ah its branches, promptly attended to.
Country orders receive special attention.
oct22-lmwf2mos No. 304 King Btreet.
? anti) ?Doos, Ut.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 667 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
In closing ont their Department of
offer their Immense and entire stock of real fand
imitation Bronze OBANDKLIERS, Brackets, Hall
Lights, Portable Stands, Ac, (
AT LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF MANU?
This ls an opportunity seldom offered to those
about furnishing houses, stores, churches, Ac,
for procuring the lines: work and newest pat?
terns at moderate prices.
A large stock of Pattern Moulds to be sold ohcap
to the trade alter March 1,1871.
Tue sale will continue for about three months.
gOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 860 King street, where DYEING In all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and In the best Btyle.
BLASCO W, BILLER k CO.,
No. 369 King street, near corner George street,
SHAMPOOING AND HATE CUTTING.
LADLES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and ai
Send orders to
M. K MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph em oe.
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
MENKE ? MULLER,
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 325 KINO STREET,
Haye Jost opened the largest end finest stock of
.Clothing ever offered in thl3 city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BO vs, comprising a full assort?
ment o? DKESS and BUSINESS 9U1TS, Derby
Suits, Walkin? coats, O"?rcoats, Pea-Jackets, Ac.
The largest i onion is of imported gooda, and
manufactured into garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recommend them as regards fit,
wear and workmanship. '
. Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is supplied with
the finest selection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers, Tricots,
Meltons, Ve.vetlne, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy. Casslmeres, Ac., and a large variety or mod?
ern Pants and Vest Patterns, which we make np
to order, by measure, in the latest style. The
foreman in this department of our business has
no equal In 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 Convolssler'sKlds, Bgckakm, Cas
slmere. Silk and thread Gloves, Linen and Paper
Collars, Neck nea. Bows, scarfe, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low lu plain figures.
Buyers In our line wilt lind lt to their advan?
tage to call In and see for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novi-tnths2mos
L . JOES,
Having just 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 marena's.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties : . j
FINE BROADCLOTHS, F ANO 7 OASSIMERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS. ' , _ '
Call and 'examine for yourself at No. 147 King
TEEL CORN MILLS,
. 154. U CORN'S " INDIAN COHN MILLS,
from Birmingham, England,
At the following reduced prices in lots or six or
more, for cash or city acceptance:
No. 1. No. 8. No. 6.
SS 00. $3 SO. $1 00. Each.
At S. R. MARSHALL'S.
Corner Klag and >ocleiy str eta,
Sign or the Big Gun.
Columbia Phoenix copy as marked, and send
' bill to S. IL Marshall,
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONT;
: ..' ' to- ..: - are?. .
J, L. LUN8FOBD, No. 27 Queen Street.
I wish to Inform my friends and the public gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK FURNITURE ls
still at No. 27 Queen street, where all the diseases
that Furniture is heir to will be cared speedily
and on the.mest reasonable terms as usual.
Send In, therefore, all your siolt and wounded
patients, and I will heal them and make glad the
the hearts of all those who favor me with patron?
age in this line.
I would respectfully beg leave to call your at?
tention to the fact that I ara selling the best Sew
lac Machines to be found in the market, a ii cora
plete, for only $17. Call and examine for your?
selves, and read the testimonials in farvorof the
Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
chine, and then I am sure you wtll take one home
with you. J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 2T Queen street, near Calder House,
iflactjineTTj, Castings, gt;
jyjEETING STREET FOUNDRY,
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING THE Di
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND'BOLLERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, of ali
Horse-Powers and Gm Gearing, from e to 16 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings tor. Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
Sash weights, Ac., Ac.
, WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER;
NO. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 9 S>. . ' '
Bj W. y.jgbgjfBMg^g^ B??IfS; J
UNITED -S-TATES OF . AMEBICA-p
South Carolina District-Ia .Circo)t Court
-T.'A- J. Green vs. Bank of Georgetown, et al
In pursuance of order made in-above-case.'on
the lat ot July. A- D. 1870, by the Circutt Court
aforesaid, ? all trie following: ASSETS BELONGING
TO THU BANK OF GEORGWTOWN will b? sold
at Pub!lr?Outcry, in the City of charleston, at
the Offlce of Mes?rs. W. Y. Leitch -A R. S. Bruns,
No. 35 Broad street, on MONDAY, the 6th Decem?
ber next, commencing at ll o'clock.
Terms cash. R. E. FRASER, Receiver.
NOTES HELD BY' THE BA*K OF GEORGETOWN,
H. M. H. and T. A. Hiddleson and W. J.
Dawsey, 3 notes, July 5, 1850, aggre?
gating.;. $2,800 00
C. A. Delettre and U Book, 1 note, June
10, 1862. $1685, less paid $816. 870 00
8. Deas and-B. H. Wilson, 1 note, Febrd
arv !5, is61. 500 00
Charles W. W. and J. B. Irby, 1 note in
Judgment at Bennetts ville, entered
up March-10, 1862, Interest to 22d
February, 1866....... 1,268 07
E. J. Klrvln and J. Frank, 1 note dated
January 21st, 1863. 250 00
Barney Barned and E. J. Klrvln, 1 note,
January 1st, 1863...... 167 00
Barney Parnell and G. W. Dargan, 1
note, dated January 1st, 1864. 200 00
James Moldrow, I note, dated January
2d, 1863. loo 00
Joseph E. Wingate and J. L. Hanell, 1
note, date l January 4, li64. 700 00
Joseph E. Wingate, 1 note, February 6,
1865.~. 100 00
G. W. Morris and B. Clements, l note,
January 12th, 1864.:. 225 oo
J. A. Dargan, George W. Dargan and
- Charles A. Dargan, bond, principal
and interest, February 1,1868. 1.688 00
R. Welch and James D. Belton, 1 note,
dated January 10,1865.: 240 00
J. W. Perrott, Simon Perrott and Oliver
Perrott, bond $1000, dated february
1st. 1858, interest to 10th February,
1S65. $597 66. 1,697 68
Joseph w. Ford and F. W. Ford, 1 note,
dated-March 14,1863. 3,600 00
James Green, W. C. White, R. O. White,
samuel Green and J. J. Green, 1 note,
-dated February ll, 1860. 8,000 00
John J. Oreen and Samn/i Green, l note,
dated January 3, 1861........'..' 200 00 '
T. Holmes and W. J. Graham, l note, dat?
ed October 10,1861.. ISO 00
D. McNalr arid A. J. Perria, 1 note, dated
August ll, 1859..';.'. 1,800 00
D. McNalr, A. Blue and R. T. Powell, 1
note, dated Janel. 1864.:. 900 00
W. S. Croft A Co. and W. A. Henning, 1
note, dated December 1. 1859.16,000 oo
B. H. Wilson, stock note, dated January
1,1870..-.. 7,000 00
B. H. Wilson, stock note, dated January .
1, 1870....1,800 00
Leighton A Sherman and G. W. Christie,
1 note, dated December6,1858. 18,940.67
W. A. Henning and J. G. Henning, 1 note,
dated January 2,1861. 1,300 00
A D. Sparks and W. King, 1 note, dated
May 14,1859. 360 00
J. H. forman, A. N. Johnson and W. J.
Taylor, 1 note, dated October 14, 1859. 288 97
T. C. 'irter and B. M. Gripr. X note, dated
.'uly 8. I860. 820 00
s. in a J. Sampson, stock note, dated Feb
* roary 2. 1861. 360 00
J. G. Henning, stocknote, dated January
1, 1864..1,500 03
J. G. Henning, stock note,- dated January " I
1, 1864...........;.. 2^500.00
J. G. Henning, stock note, dated January .. -,
i, wet......:.:...12,000 oo
A. Man igault and J. G. Henning, 1 note, ?
dated March 18, 1862...... 425 00
A Br ace, C. Bruce and A E. Wood ham, 1
note, dated January 6,1865 . 2,036. 16
T. W. Oodbolt, A Goubolt and T. K.
Stanley, bond, principal $1580,1 year
interest, $110*0, dated February L ?j
W. H. Harris, w. M. Harris and Bl J.
Huggins, bond, principal and inter?
est, dated February 1,1866. 2,247 oo
J. P. Wilson and G. W. Dargan, 1 note, ?
dated December 8.1864. COO 00
.J. P. Wilson and G. W. Dargan, 1 note.
dated February 13, 1B85..' 600 00
John W. Lee and A 0. Spain, 1 note,
dated July 19.1864 . 2,600 00
J. H. Dargan and J. P. Wilson, 1 note,
dated October 2, 1862.. 200 OO
J. H. Dargan and J. P. Wilson, 1 note,
dated November 27. 1864". 500 00,
J. B. Wilson and J. O. B. Dargan, Janu- - !
ary 2, 1865. 600 00
J. J. James and ? J. G. Henning, note, !
September 15, 1863. 100 00
J. J. James and H. L. Charles, March 13,
1864. 163 73
J. R. Sparkman and R. S. Heriot, April 14,
T.W. Beaty, favor Back A Beaty, o'sf. '
R. Cooper A Co., 17th September,
issi, at so days, $195-$135 paid, bal?
ance.si. $60 03
J. R. Cooper A Co., favor T. W. Beaty, on
J. H. Cooper A Co., 17th September,
1801, at 90 days. 460 60
H. Buck, favor T. W. Beaty, on Huck A i
Beaty, 23d October, 1861, at 90 days., 976 OOj
Buck ? Beaty, favor T. W. Beaty, on B.
stevens A Son, (November 3d, 1861).. 600 00:
Georgetown Railroad, March 6, $6500,
$1840,1861......... 3,669 00?
Georgetown P.aitroad, July 10, 1861,.j.... 3,260 001
H.' Buck, on diaries Buck A Co., New
York, 'April 20, 1861, remitted Phoe?
nix Bank before the war.. 5,600 00'
Hodson, Lane A Co.. on G. E. Prlichett,
July 10,1861, at?O days.. 2,600 00,
Hudson, Lane A Co.. on G. E. Prltchett,
Mar 8,1861, at 60 dayl?. 2,600 oo
W. S. Hudson und T. M. Hudson, March
6, ut 12 months.:.? 406 60'
J. H. Tucker on J. R. Tucker, October 16,
1861 at 9u days.... S84 66
J. R. Tucker on J.H. Tucker; october 17, . ..
1861, nt 90 dava.;. 313 37.
J. H. Read on J. H. Head, January o, 1862,
at 12 months.". 660 62.
A, Morgan on J. H. Read, February 28.
186.', at 12 months, (not protested).. 661 81
T. L. Webb ?ind A. E. Beck mau, on T. L.
Webb. February 9,1862..'.. 100 CO:
Eliza J. Heriot, on J. R. Sparkman, (re?
newal) February .22, 1362, ac 12
months, twas not protested).11,639 94
J. R. Beaty na John R. > Beaty, March 7,
1862, at 30 days.... 100 00
W. W. llarllee <>n OoloocK. McCnllev &
MuUoy, March 16. 1802. at 9 months,
le-s $18 ?5 paid-b dance. 615 0
S A J. Samps n ou themselves, Marou 18.
1862, at 120 days. 3,000 00
E. P. Coachman on K. P. Coachmau, May
' c, 1862, at 9 months.644 67
R. B. Dowle. favor L. ?. Mowry, on Bank
of Cha-lesion, January 26, 1866. 1,600 00
A. H. Behn, favor I ashier on Bank of , - ;
Chane non, February 13,1865.A.. 1,000 00;
C. A. Mahony, favor S. M. Duke, on W. ?
Godfrey, C. s. Depository, January ? ;
27,1865. 533 88
S. C. Black, favor of E. T. WlnWer, on i
Bfink of Charleston, December 22,
Edward Frost, favor of W. H. Harris, on
Southwestern Rdlroad Bauk, Pel)- . ;
>.- roary Sj 1865.i.VrftJ 720 00
B. H. Wilson, favor A. J. Shaw, on Peo
> ?le'sBa::&-??bnury,i865. 40 ??;
.S. T. Atkinson; Tr.,' on People's National
Bank. February ll, 1866.iii " ?8 001
S. T. Atkfnsop, on Farmer's and Ex- !
1 change Bank; February ll, 1665.. 103 00 !
S. T. Atkinson, un State Bank, February
11.1*6'...'...........V. 110 60.
S. T. atkinson, on Bank or South Caroli?
na, February-ll. 1886. 39 60
J. Cheesborouuh, favor L. D. Mowry *
Co., on Bank of Charleston, January
28, 1866. 257 00
J. Clu-esboruugh, ravor L. D. Mowry k
Co., on Rank of Charleston; January
28, 1865. 162 00
STOCKS AND BONDS nF.LD BY .BANK OF
State of South Carolina Loan. 1864, at the
request of Governor Ma. rath.sn,iso 00
Stocks of S'ate of South Carolina, Seven
Per cen r., Act ?soi, M.D.......21,400 00
Bonds <-f State of South Carolina, Act
1861. M. D..~.10,600 00
Coupons sta-eo'South Carolina. Bonds,
Act 1891. M D..'...J.. 5,424 00
Coupons state ol South Carolina Bonus,
Ac 1861, liaising Supplies. 6.57-1 87
Sportnnhurg and Union Railroad Bonds. 1,000 00
Coupons detached. 210 CO
Charestun and Savannah Railroad
Bonds..'. 1,600 00
Coupons detached.......135 00
Commercial Bank or Columbia, Bank
Notes.;. 880 00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Bank
Bank or Georgi town Stock.10.2-o oo
Georgetown Railroad S ock. 2,000 oo
Confederate Securities, Stocks, Bonds
and Notes.192,650 00
In the town of Georgetown, S. C., on MONDAY,
the 10th day of December, 18*0, at 12 M., In front
of thc Courthouse,
. The REAL EsTATB of the Faid Bank, known
and distinguished In the Plan of the Town as
Lots Nos. 89 ami 90 measuring 151 by 109 feet,
with the Banking House and other buildings
thereon; and also, at the same time abd place,
the FURN I I'D RR, Ac of said Bank, consisting of-:
2 MAHOGANY DhSKS <
1 Iron Safo >
2 Oom stales-:
:2 Letter Presses, '-. r*
Terms-For the Furniture, Ac, cash; for the
Banking House and premises attached, one-third
cash, a*d the balance on a credit op onie, two and
three years, secured by the bond or bonds of the
purchaser, with legal. Interest from the day of
sale payable annually, and a mortgago of the
premises: the preml-ci. to be Insur?d and kept
Insured by the purchaser' or .purchasers 'or an
amount equal to the amount of the bond or bonds,
and th? poUcv of Insurance assigned. Porchasex
to pay for tole and stamps.
nov26 . R. E. FRASER* Receiver. -,.
BAKER, H. P., A CO., SHIPPING AND
Commission Merchants, Central Wharf.
;k ; . Bj TfW? McKAY
wharr. foot or wentworth streetr-a?la^cVck.
.. Toe above FLAT. " / ?
Terms cash. '. nov?
partum Sales~~?wnt$ EDUTIB
Auctioneer, . ;;<: >
TTHLL BE SOLD.?T ?l 0'(?A?CK.T?E8
VT day, 29ih inst., If not disposed or at private
stile previously, at 140 Meeting street, opposite
Pavilion Hotel, ..?. ;-.'Wj
Tiro superior 7 octave Rosewood Pianoa, invad?
ed for tlie Knuth carolina Fair, from a flxsf-oiaas
firm, established la 1846.. The Pianos guranteed
for live tears. . ? . - nor?
Bj W. T. LEITCH ? R. S. BRTJ?S,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF PKOPER
. TY sold for division by order of tueJSxeca
tors of John Kerguson and others. ,'.. ; ,.<
AV1I1- be sold on WEDNESDAY. 30th Inst, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postofflce, < ' J. ,.T .. . .
The following desirable Wharf Property:','.'. '.
-s' AOOOMMQDATlOS'WBABF^r j. : ft,,'.
Consisting of an extensive' Pier, running to ue
channel, wita accommodations roethe heaviest
draft of vessels upon both sides' of the Pier, and
bertha for smaller vessels npoa each abc tatent,
This extensive,Pier U covered by a large wooden
shed, measuring'269 feet, by 42 Xeet. 6 lochealn
width to the east, and 71 feet to tqe west..
One large BRICK WAtcEHOGSE, tw-o-stories
hfith, meaaurln? J60 feet front, by 37 feet In wldih,
with storage capacity, for-bales, or cotton, or
its ..q.ulval-nt. ' Z.?. . .. 'j?3%&?,
One large .WODDEN SHED,' for sferfug. and
weighing cotton; measuring: m front 175 feet by
53 feet tu depth. '.
That commodious two story BRT?K RAN?E
contalnlog twelve OIH^' uaw occupied' by Cot?
ton factors. ii9,feet by saxasc. , .?i .
.-.'.. " . * AL80,: -'. ' . -/' !^
At. the same time and place,
That two story BRICK. STOKE, sttnaiedon Yen.
due Range, coutalnglng rour offices. ' known aa
Nos. 18 and 20, no^roccupied by Messrs. W. K.
Ryan and Wagener k Murdaugh, cotton factors.
Said premises open In the rear on Accommoda?
tion Wharf, 44 feet on- Vendue Bange, by ? reet la
*em AL30 - tm?
That' three story BRICK STORE, on- Vendue
Range, (wuh Wharf Office, f,wo .stcj^ntaKAs
tachetr, opening on Accommodation, Wharf,)
known as No. 23 Vendne Range; measuring -
reet in front, by-feet In depth. : -t??^
Terms and particulars can be had. on applica?
tion at our office. No. Si. Broad street, Vbera a
plat or the property is on exhibition.' . 7^1
novl2-8tnth - ..... , ,.'r
"Bj A. C.KMa&LtS^
... 11 Auctioneer, lei . JVfc.'-d -i< .)
ALEXANDER H. ABE AH AM S, ' '-. AS?
SIGNEE, VS. EMILY F. ME?BR.v' V^r
By virtue of an order, cr Court In the abors
case, to me directed, will be sold on .THURSDAY,
the 8th day or December noxt, at ll o'clock A M
m front or the Old Customhouse," , ' ,"''"" ~ ",
All that certain LOT OF LAND* witt the BoUd
lugi and l.nprovements thereon, .situate on tba
?.outh side of ;Wsn;en street, RadclWeboio-Vin tao
City or Charleston; being partur. a Lot known as
number, sixteen, measuring and conaning in
front on said; street thirty-nine '.feet;onezca, '
more or less, and tie same on the back lin e.'by
one hundred and fifty feet in depth, more or less;
"butting and. bounding north On Warren street,
south on a Lot of Land now or late the property
of Robinson, easton a Lot nd tv ?rlate trie prop?
erty or James Dick, Trustee, ' fi-oa west op Lwd
now or late the property of Thomas w. Malone.'
"Terms-One-third cash; balance' on'a'credit,6f
twelve months, with Interest from day or sale, to
be secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage er
the premises. Buildings' to be Insured and policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
novl6-Is2dec8. E. W. M'MAUKEY, S. C. 0.
'.' Jj Bj A. ?., McGlXIiTBAY, 1 '
A LEX ANDER H. -ABE?rlAMS, g AS
XjL SIGNEE?, VS: Catherine 'Oppenheim and
Henrietta'Mose}. ;J ' "' ,
By virtue or ab order of Court lathe above case,
to me directed, will bo sold on THURSDAY, the
atti of December next, at ll o'clock A/M., tn front
of the Old Customhouse,' . '."'. , ";.'.":' :
' ; All that undivided two-thirds' Interest and title
fnand to aU that LOT OK'LAND, with the Build?
ings and improvements thereon, situate .'on'the
West vide or feast Bay street, m The City pr Charles?
ton, measuring and containing In bread"th 33 feat
6 Inches, and In. depth TIS feet; butting'and
bounding east on East Bay street, north,on Lands
of the Planters* and Mechanics', Bank,.south on
Lands.now or late of George Gibbes, ana .weat on
Lands now or, late of George '.Gibbes, and Alexan?
der Jones'. ;-".'..-'. , ' .,':.;'....'.*.','s*..;
Terms-One-rhlrd Casu; balance on a credit of
twelvemonths, with .Interest-from day.-orsale,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage,or
premises: bandings to .be Insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and atembe.
E.' W. M..MACEEY," ^
npYl7-ls2dec8.f, ; ,. 'j' "1..' g. Q.JQ,
Bj B, JT, MARSHALL ABRO., g
Real Kst?te Brokers and- Auctioneers
? TON GINS; ?ei - '/?"' g
On MONDAY,' 28th inst., at 12 o'clock, will be
Soldivt Dereers Wharf, ' " " . '?,.
2'WOODEN BUILDINGS, with their-content?;
viz: Engine and Boiler, McCarthy Gins, Oom
Min. cotton Pres J and Whipper; Scaies, Moarlng
Table, Stove, Desk, Ac. .' ?<>vi&-2ta.sm3.
Bj WARDL1W & CiE?Tf. fi
WILL BE SOLD AT li O'CLOCK ?.
M., on WEDNESDAY, the 7th of Decem?
ber, lu iront of the Uld-Postofflce. ?
That valuable PROPERTY, situate In Hamp?
stead, at the corner of nrake and Bunco streets.
The Lot measures Tour hundred feet; front by two
hundred and eighty feet, deep, more or lass. On
the premises ar? an, elegant and spa lons Mansion *
containing twelve' large' rooms, with-double
piazzas to the south, and all necessary, oatouiid
mgs. In addition to. the .above, there ls. a com?
fortable Dwelling o? tho 'northeast corner of the
Lot. : . ' . '.-''*.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one, two
and three years, with Interest at tel per coat. .
per annum. Purchaser to pay W.- A C. for na?
pers and stamp*._nov23-wswmtuw6' '
CI'HEBI PF 'S 8 ALB . , !T
O Catharine Harley, Widow and Administra?
trix of J. s: Harley; deceased, vs. W. W. Harley,
et al. , '
Under order of the Circuit Court of Oolletoa
County, made In the anove cau^e, I wllliell be
fore tue Courthouse, in Walterbjro', on MONDAY,
the 6th day of ' December next, c;
,Thc following REAL ESTATE of the late James
S. Harley: . . .. ".' .'.V^. :' . -,**.
1. AU that TRACT OF LAND m .St. Geo)fgeTs
Parlib, on the old Seven-mile Road, and lying on
the southwest side of Four uole swunp, waters
of the Edisio; bounded by,a line, running nsrth
west by James s. Harley's land, southwest and
southeast by Boyer A lounger's lah is. abd north?
west and northeast t?y John Horn's lands, con?
taining 300 acres, more or.le&a... . ? . '
2. -Another TRACT OF EANDr. containing .301
acres, mor? or less, tn Su G?orgeV Palish,, on
Nor/nan Corner Bay; h"un.?led?hy landa .ol 8,teo.
bel -rnflager, May an J Horn^ witt Vw?]^nf m
butbutldmga. ? r\ i m -Li. .-t^ ?.?r..
. ? 3. Another TRACT, known as the "Mill Tract, w
ia the Parish of st. George's, containing est
acres; hounded by lands-of;-amuel Cross and*
others. ' On this tract ls about 200 acres of cleared
laud under fence, the very best quality for Cotton
and Provisions: also, a sitc, on which were locat?
ed extensive mil's, lately burned, on a H ever-fall?
ing stream. This ls one of the most'valuable
pieces of property m the county.
A LOT ac George's Station, on the South Caro
lina Railroad, contalnlog one-hair acre, witt
Udldings thereon, consisting or a' Dwelling
Boase, with large store beneath, and- outbuild?
A LOT at Ross Station, of one-half acre, with
lumber shed thereon. .
Terras-One-hair cash; balance ou a credit of
twelve months, secured by bond or purchaser
and mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers aud stamps. J. K. TERRY,
Sheriff Coller?n County.
Sheriff's Office, Walterboro'. a C. nHvi3-e8
ftuxtiencers' iJriuate ?H-UB, &i.
Bj ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
AFARM ON. CHARLESTON NECK,
secm-1 Farm north 01 steno Phosphate Com
pam's Works. . -
That FARM, containing one hundred and twen
tv-one acres, boldly fronting on Ashley River and
on the South Carolina and Northeastern RaU
roa is. On it is a neat Cottage, Bara, Stable, and
several laborers' houses.
Apply as above, at office No. 68 East Bay street
Bj J. FRASER MATHEWBS,
Real Estate Broker, No. 96 Broad Street.
AT PRIVATE ,S ALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality ana
lou i tiona. . . . . . L???
Rice and Ootton Plantations In all parts of ?ie
City Residences, Stores, Building Loib\ and
Qtjcet iron, Ut.
rjlLN PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, Acw
FOR SALE BY WM? SHEPHERD A CO., No. M.
H A Y N E STREET AND No. 86 . PINOKNET
STREET.,, ..; J?S^? 8
XTTOOD' 8AWED ATJ50 , CENTS" PER
Vf - cord' for saba (?WTToin and after thia
date; and sold at WM.. JOHNSON'S WOOD ANBf
COAL YARD, east end Laurens street.