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To OUR CTTT SUBSCRIBERS.-We beg that
^ny or our city "subscribers who fall to received
: heir papers promptly and regularly, will report
the fact at once to this offloe. We have been com?
pelled to change two of THE NEWS carriers, and
there may be some confusion In Oellvering the
papers for several days to come, we will, of
.course, cheerfully make good any emissions that
Meetings Thia Day.
Friendship Lodge, at halt-past
Ladies' Fuel Society, at 1 P. M.
St. Andrew's Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
li. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at 12
o'clock, on Dereef's wharf, wooden building?, Ac.
CHARLESTON COLLEGE.-The anniversary o?
the Chrestomathie Society of this college will be
celebrated at the College Chapel, thlB evening.
PERSONAL.-Mr. Josiah Doar, of the George?
town Times, is in our city, and will call on the
?merchants on matters connected with his paper.
Miss Laura Keene ls at the Mills House.
COLLECTION FOR LEE'S MONUMENT.-In ac?
cordance with the wishes of the ladles who have
the matter In charge, collections In aid of the
monument to General Lee were taken up yester?
day at mest of the churches In this'city, and the'
congr?gations responded liberally.
UNITED STATES COURT.-The court having
adjourned here last Friday, will meet in Columbia
to day. From a private source we at-> lMormed
that Judge Bond, United States Circuit Judge for
this circuit, will not attend this sitting of the
court at Columbia.
COTTON EXPORTS.-Valuable cargoes of cot?
ton for the Liverpool market continue to go for?
ward steadily, and on Saturday the ship Canova
was cleared by Messrs. Willis A Chlsolm with 2022
bales cotton, 175 barrels rosin and 120 tons phos?
phate; and the bark Sharpsburg, by Messrs. F ag?
gett A Co., with 1680 bales upland cotton.
. INQUEST.-Coroner Tait held an inquest oe
Saturday morning .over the body of a colored
man, named William Cohen. The deceased had
died suddenly the night before in a house in
McBride's lane. Upon examination of the body,
Dr. Raoul gave it as his opinion that the death
was caused by an apoplectic flt, and the jury re?
turned a verdict accordingly.
CASES BEFORE THE UNITED STATES COMMIS
3IONKR.-Au examination took place on Saturday
morning, before Commissioner Porte JU-, In which
Paul Singleton and J. A. Sasportas were brought
np for Interfering with voters at the late elections.
Singleton was committed to jail to await his trial,
and'Sasportas gave ball for his appearance at the
January term of the United States Court.
THE BLUE R I D O E RAILROAD.-Secretary
Gaillard Informt ibe Columbia Phoenix that at
the adjourned annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Blue Ridge Railroad Company, held on
Friday, at the office of the company, the follow?
ing gentlemen were elected directors: J.' W. Har?
rison, James L. Orr, Andrew Simonds, WiUiam
Gurney, J. H. Jenks, Hardy Solomons, Geo. W.
Waterman, James M. Allen, F. L. Cardozo.
K)EATHS.-Mr. James B. Anderson, of
Georgetown, a native of Charleston, died on the
19th Instant, in the fifty-third year of his age.
The Rev. M. H. Lance died on his plantation
near Georgetown, on the 17th instant, In the
seven ty-eight h year of his age. He was ordained
rector of St. -George's Wtnyah more than fifty
years ago, and was a good neighbor, a firm friend
and a just and conscientious man.
SUPREME COURT, COLUMBIA, NOVEMBER 25.
Thc case of Elizabeth F. Pringle and St. Julien
Ravenel, ads. George S. Holmes and Alexander
Macbeth, wai heard. Mr. DeSaussure Tor mo?
tion. Mr. Lord cootra! -Mr. Memmlnger on same
aide. Mr. Simonton in reply.
The. opiu lon lu the case of the State ex rel. At?
torney-General, vs. z. Platt, Circuit Judge of the
Second Circuit, and the Hame vs. N. G. W. Walker,
sheriff of Barnwell County, has been flied. Man?
damus gran-ed against N. .Q. W. Walker, sher ff
of Barnwell County. Chief Justice M0323 dis?
sented, i " .
The following opinions have been flied: W. E.
James and J. J. James vs. Jack Smith and Adam
Bristow. Moses, 0. J. Motion granted.
J. McKeegan vs. D. McSwlney and ex parte
McKeega?,-Wthe case- of O'NeuV vs.r-McKewn.
WBlArd^A. J. Decree reveraed. Dissenting opinion
by"Mbse*3, C. J.
J. A. Neely vs. J. M. McFadden. Willard, A.'J.
Verdict set aside and new trial ordered.
THE SEATING) RINK AND THU TOBRN.VM?^.
Saturday morning was a gala-day In this delight
fut place of amusemeat, and early lu the day the
jarring norse of the rollers told the hurrying
erowal of visitors that the sport bad commenced
The scene was exciting and pleasant, and many
who went up "Just to t?ke a loot," were Induced
to join the hurrying throng as they glided grace
fully around the large hall Every ?ge, from the
toddling schoolboy to thc observant matron, was
there, with a numerous throng of young ladles,
their ey es bright and their cheeks flushed with the
exciting exercise. Long after 12 o'clock was the
hall kept open by the obliging proprietor, and the
time flew so quickly that few thought of stopping
before one. After the ladles had desisted, ?he
practicing for the tournament began, and afforded
considerable amusement to thc spectators,
handsome prize will shortly be put up to be
awarded at the tournament, and all aspirants
should avail themselves of the opportunity to
practice. The ball ls open regularly iu the fore
noon, and those who prefer quiet skating can
secure lt by coming early this morning. ' -
THE WORRELL BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE
This troupe, which opens at the Academy of
Music to night, promises a performance BO rich
and varied as to compel the admiration and sup
port of the amusement-loving pnolie. The bur?
lesque tor to-night is the "Field of the Cloth of
Gold," in which the renowned Hernandez and
the famous Leon Brothers will appear. The
dresses and appointments are those used for the
aamd'performance at the Boston Theatre. Alt the
members of t ie company are flret-clasa ai tistes
Sophie Worrell, who plays the role of
Darnley to-night, ls graceful, pretty and has a
rich, full voice. North and South, wherever she
has appeared, she ia known as the Queen of Bur?
lesque. Mr. Harry Wood, the chaste Impersona?
tor c? female characters, will also appear. Mrs.
W. P. Sheldon, whom we all remember, will aga in
make her bow to a please 1 Charleston public.
Miss Eliza Long, bf whom * 0 hear great things,
ls a fascinating and piquante performer. Alto?
gether, the company ls declared tobe a "stun?
ning" one; equal la alt respects, whether of come?
liness or talent, to the exigencies of the lyrical
and dramatic situation.
A STRANGER'S RECEPTION IN COLUMBIA.-r
The Savannah papers are indignant, and with
just canse, over the ill treatment experienced by
by Mr. William Wells, of that etty, at Columbia,
S. C., during % late visit there. The gentleman
in question hart just registered at the Columbia
Hotel and gone to a barber shop, when a negro
policeman approached him with thc most insult?
ing suspicions a d Inquiries. Two detectives
came next lu the same strain, who followed bim
np to ala room. In the midst or the apologies of
the Mayor, who next appeared, Mr. Wells was ar?
rested tn the public hotel, charged with being a
pickpocket, and confined temporarily in hld
room. Repeated attempts were here made by
the chief of police and a detective to extort
money from him, each bidding against the other,
until at last the chief constable of the State came
in and answered for Mr. Well's appearance. The
wolves, driven from their prey, now slunk off,
leaving him at liberty. It is hoped that Mr.
WeUsvUl make all allowances for the state or
thlogs at our capital, and not Judge the cltl
. zena of Columbia by these hideous parodies on
what a city's officials should be.
FIRST BRIGADE S. ?7- REGULARS
* MOXVHEXIAL ASSOCIATION.
drnci OP PRESSLEY, LORD ?fc LNQLESBT, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., Tuesday, November 16. j
At 8 o'clock P. M. the meeting was called io
order, Colonel Alfred Rhett In the chair.
The secretary haying read the proceedings of the
last meeting, Captain Inglesby rose and begged
te offer the following touching preamble abd re*
solutions, (herewith appended.) which were unani?
mously adopted. After au interesting discussion
among the members present as to the general .
Interest of" the association, and the most ad?
visable means of promoting the permanent pros?
perity of the same. Lieutenant Huger offered the
Resolved, That a committee of three be appoint?
ed by the chair to prepare a full and correct list
of the officers and members of the association.
The chair then appointed Lieutenants J. Dray?
ton Ford, S. C. Boylston and F. E. Huger as said
committee. The secretary then rose, and stating
to the meeting that, owing to the peculiar claims
of his business, he was unable to take as lively an
interest in his duties as secretary as he desired,
begged leave to tender his resignation, which
being accepted, Lieutenant John C. Min?te was
duly elected in his stea'*.
There being no further business, the meeting
was then, upon motion, adjourned to a day to be
thereafter appointed by the president, and dnly
advertised by the secretary of the association
through the dally papers of the city and State.
HENRY W. FROST, Secretary.
PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIONS.
Since our last meeting, death has forever re?
moved from us one of our worthiest and best
loved members. Captain A. S. Gaillard departed
this life on the day of , i -TO, after a
brief but painful Illness, at his home in Winns
boro', In tills Sta te.
Captain Gaillard was tne classmate and cher?
ished friend of our lamented U aries ton, and hav?
ing graduated with <H-tlnctlon In a distinguished
class at the Stace Military Academy, immediately
prior to the late war, was soon after appointed
to a commission in tue 1st South Carolina Arti!
lery. His education, super,or Intelligence,- un
loubted courage, honesty of pnrpose, decision of
character, and promptitude in tbe discharge of
?very duty, in a very short time secured the en?
tre confidence or his superior offlcers, while his
tlndness of heart and conscientious rectitude of
?onduct compelled the love and admiration of
hose under him. He never consulted exped?
mcy at the expense or duty. He demonstrated
ils careful regard ror his men by cheerfully shar
ng with them all the privations and hardships or
i soldier's life. Ever at the front, by his example
ind soldierly bearing eocouraging and cheering
ila men In the hour of danger, and leading them
o deeds or valor, at the battle or Beu tons ville, lu
S?rth Carolina, he was left on the field, os lt was
.nought, mortally wounded, and fell into the
lands of the enemy. Paralyzed from the edfect of
his wound, it was months alter the war was end
id before he was In a condition to be moved to
ils home, where for many months more, by his
jatlent and uncomplaining endurance of suCTer
ng, he more strongly evinced those mental and
norol qualities which so nobly marked hts char
icier. To one so active and energetic as he was,
t must have been a terrible trial, to know that in
;he great prostration and ruin which rnled the
'or tan es of oar whole people his ram Hy were s ur.
erlng, while he was lying powerless and para?
lyzed on a wasting bed bf illness. Time and loving
itteutlou seemed, however, to have restored him
o health, and his family and friends looked for?
rard with couhdence to a useful and honorable
uture for him. When our organization was pro
ected. no one was more zealous In promoting Its
rarpose, and at personal Inconvenience and ex
>ense, he travelled more than one hundred and
if ty miles, to attend our meetings. Little did
ve imagine, when last year we enjoyed his kindly
rreetlng. that so soon we should be called upon
o place him on the roll of our departed. But
o lt ls. His constitution, weakend by hts wound
md suffering, was unable to bear the exposure
ind fatigue Incl lent to the life nf a planter, and
it a time when our State can badly spare the ser
dcesofeuch sons, he has been relieved from his
mst and forever discharged from further service
ind sorrow. Therefore, be lt
1. Resolved. That In the death or Captain A, S.
Saillant, this association has lost a most useful
ind esteemed jnember, ?) hose memory lt ls our
valued privilege to fondly cherish.
2. That we sympathize with his afflicted family,
ind hereby tender them our profound and mourn
ul sympathy in their deep bereavement.
3. That a blank page In our minute book be In
cribed to his memory.
4. Thfct a copy nf the roregolng preamb e and re-'
olutions be forwarded to the family or the dc
eased by the secretary or this association.
THE MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.--Tbe
.ugustovpapers say that this road ls expected to
e thrown open for regular freight and passenger
ransportatlon on Thursday next. Three or fuur
ar loads or cotton are expected to pass over the
jad to-morrow. It ls understood that the com
letton ol the road is to be signalled by a becom
ig celebration of the event under the auspices
r the South Carolina Railroad and thc Charleston
nd Angtsta merchants.
CRUMBS.--Lancaster wants a good grist
There was a rall or snow in the neighborhood or
ul ton, Clarendon County, last week.
Coroner Taft qualified befo?e the late board or
onfity commissioners, and gave os sureties on
ls bond J. H. Jenks and John Kenny.
J.W.Denny, courtly treasurer or Richland, liss
ceu removed, and \. L. Solomon appointed. .
On and after Thursday, December l, the passen
er trains over the Greenville and Columbia Rall
oud wilt leave Columbia at 7 A. M., and arrive at
ireenvllte at 5 P. M.
A young child, giving its name aa Mary Britt,
ras found tn great distress on Saturday and
skincare of by Officer Truail of the detectives,
rho, after some troube, succeeded in restoring
er to her parents In Church svreet.
A residence lu Washington street was entered
n Friday Dight and a large supply of clothing
bstrncted. Nothing lias been heard of the burg
CLUBS AND STARS.-Emily Brown and Sylvia
tonel, arrested for disorderly conduct an 1 using
bscene language In Market street, on Friday
lght, were brought befare the Mayor on Satur
ay morning for trial. Tue farmer, as the cause
r thc quarrel, was sent to the House of rorree
lon far thirty days,and Sylv^, who acted a minor
art, was sentenced to tea days In the same
Sam Middleton, confined far vagrancy, was
eut to the Uouseor Correction far twenty days.
A cow, round going at large lu Doughty street,
a Friday night, was taken to the Station-house
ard, where it will be delivered to the owner on
Three geese, recovered from boy raiders, are at
he Guardhouse, to be delivered tb the owner.
James Burnett was taken up on Friday nigh*,
rtth a large bag or stone cotton which he was
rying to* sell. He was taken to the Detective's
iffice by his captors, Officers Burke and Davis,
rhere he made a cUan breast or lt, and acknori?
dged stealing the cotton from Mr. Haig, or St.
Lndrew's Parish. There was about seveaiy-flve
lounds of cotton In the bag, valued at $8.
Harry Wilson has been arrested and ls In cus
ody charged with desertion from the ship Can
A NEW EMIGRATION SCHEME.-Governor
icott has at last been convinced that lt is to the
uterest or South Carolina to encourage emlgra
ion, and looking around him he has gathered in
few York a promising colony to settle in the up
ter port or our State. The steamship James Ad?
ler brought out on her last trip twenty-eight
'Bowery boys," "New York roughs," ' "Lost
heep," or whatever pet name the reader may see
lt to apply, ad with through tickets from New
fork to Columbia, directed to Governor Scott,
md marked "handle with care." They were
inder the charge of one Colonel Baker, of New
fork, and were ostensibly bound for the Dorn
;old mines or Cnloa district, where the Colonel
las already amassed a considerable sum or money
iy previous mining operatious. The crowd is
uostly oomposed of young men, some of
rhom with a little change would present quite a
espectable appearance, while most of them are
he hardest looking case* to be picked up any
vhere between New York and Omaha They al1
ieem flt for treason, strategy and spoil, particu
arly tne latter. Among the "roughness" ls Col
mel Carrigan, who obtained an unenviable noto?
riety during the war for commauding a lawless
set or desperadoes. This precious cargo arrived
.ate Friday night, and left far Columbia on the
norning train. ' Before this they ?have gladdened
the heart of their hirer, Governor Scott, who will
aow be able to send his small acSbunt for their
pay and expenses In to the Legislature. It is
shrewdly surmised by some that the so called
mm ?ra are only recruits for Scott's detective
force, Tor which they are certainly better fitted
than for honest labor In the mints.
ACCIDENTAL D?ATH.-Byra prlTa?a*fetter-'
from_ Greenville, we learn that Mr. Anat'ln* B.
vickara, sheriff of ?reenv??e^oQnty, came to an
accidental death, last Thursday morning, by his
own hand. The fatal accident occurred athis resi?
dence, with no one near but his-aged mother, wh'o
was in an adjacent room. "Thedeceased was pre?
paring and cleansing his pistol,.and that of his
deputy, for use at the hanging or Andy Hal!, to
take place on the rollowlng day, when one or the?|
weapons was accidentally discharged. The ball
passed upward and through the head of Mr. Vick?
ara, and lodged in the scalp Just above the left
ear. A jury was summoned, consisting of well
known citizens or Greenville, and arter a t areful
investigation, a verdict was .rendered to the ef?
fect ' that the deceased came to his death from
the accidental discharge of a plat' I in hts own
hands." Mr. Vickars's books were found to be
all correct, and he himself enjoyed an enviable
reputation as an efficient officer and an upright
AN INSANE JOIE.-Amanda Duncan, who
was conspicuous last Friday along the streets,
regaling a wondering knot or juveniles with the
w%r songs and dances or her native Dahomey,
found her way m the evening to the Guardhouse.
La accordance with the city ordinance, without
having been searchen or examined, she was
locked up in a nice cell, the walls all of pine
boards, and the floor, adorned with a neat mat?
tress stuffed with lightwood shavings. Late in
i he night, the station was aroused by the alarm of j
Ore, and thick volumes or smoke were seen issuing J
from Amanda's cell. The door was forced open as
quickly'as possible," and the insane woman wja
seen capering, shouting and singing in the midst
or name-and smoke. The flames were extinguished
and the prisoner transferred to another cell, "-The
matter being Investigated, lt was shown that the
poor woman, suffering from the Increasing cold,
Had ripped open her bedtlck, and having a box of j
matches concealed about her person, had Btruc
i light and applied lt to the lull trainable filling or j
1er mattress. A Urge fire was kindled In an in?
stant. and, were it not for timely alarm, would
lave quickly communicated with the adjoining
:ells. In which other prisoners were confined.
Imanda, upon being brought before the Mayor,
leemed quite proud or ber nocturnal exploit, and
vas turned over to the city registrar. Tuts
varning would seem? to show the necessity of
learchlng ouch irresponsible characters, in order
hat their antics may net endanger the Uvea and
iroperty of sober persons. The escape this time
vas very lucky, little or no damage having been
lone to the cell beyond the loss or the mattress, j
B USINES 8 N OT I C ES.
.UpHOLSTEar.-No contribution to thecom
brt and elegance or a dwelling ls more Important
ban that of the upholsterer. The light, warmth
ind looks or a house are made or marred thereby,
ind the taste and good sense of the occupant in
Heated at a glance. It is therefore essential to the
vell-belng of the residents ol a city like ours that
hey should know where to find a first class up
mistering establishment, and we feel that we are
toing our readers a service in directing them to
he store or Mr. W. J. Trim, No. 243 King street,
rhere everything in the upholstering line can be
tad, ot the best quality and latest style, at the
owest market price, and no one in need ol any
irticle of that sort should fall to call on Mr. Trim.
SHAWL FLANNEL, now so much in demand,
md all winter dress goods, can be had cheap, for
ash, at Mr. A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
?ce his advertisement.
MESSRS. Louis COHEN &.Co. advertise new
ind cheap goods of every variety in their line,
lead their advertisement.
PANTS-Cut, Made and Trimmed at $2 50
ter pair, at 0. E. ie A. S. JOHNSON'S.
NOTICE.-The valuable business stand, known
s "Jerome P. Chase's store," In the thriving
"own or Florence, ls for rent. Address Jerome P.
lhase, Florence, S. 0. nov28-2*
Go TO GEORGE LITTLE A Co. for fine A ll-Wool
undershirts, at $2. novls-fmw
THE SINGER NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
rlU make a splendid holday present. Easy
urms. State agency No. 187 Ring street.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
olding arty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at No.
Ol King street; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
octio-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
FTPTT PICTURE ALBUMS, .In velvet, 90c. each,
lasel street Bazaar and 161 King street,
A NEW LOT of meroantlle Note Paper, Ave
aires for 60c, at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
81 King street._ __ octio-mtu
SHOES ! SHOES !-Just received a flue assort
aent of Boots and Shoes, selected from the best
nanuracturers. They arc offered at retail, and
,t low rates. JOHN COMMINS,
No. isl Meeting street, near Market street.
WATER-PROOF BROGANS.-Just received four
ases of those celebrated Brogans, for winter
rear. Sold by the single pair, by .
No. 131 Meeting street, near the Market.
novl4-m4 _ _.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
f Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
rat the Hasel street Bazaar. novl2
<?iotl)mg an?? ifnrnisrjing ?cobs.
g PEO IAL NOTICE.
The undersigned would respectfully call the
ittention of the pubUc to their large and elegant
?ENS, YOUTHS' AND BOY'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Just received, and offering at exceedingly
An eany cal! ls respectfully solicited, and satis*
action guaranteed In every instance.
GEORGE LITTLE A CO.,
No. 213 King strt?t,
novl8-rmw Below Market street.
"3 SCOTTS LOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S .
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
;OOTT'S STYLES [.SCOTT'S
FALL AND WINTER
FALL ANO WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
I UM KN SB STOCK OF
PAPER DOLLARS, CHAMPION BRAOES,
8TAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
SOCKS, CALL DRAWERS,
SCARFS, AND BBB CANES,
CANES, THEM. SUARFS,
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS,
. CHAMPION BRACES, PAPER COLLARS,|
IN GREAT VAYIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
SCOTTS STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
octl Opposite tba Market.
'"Y?T INDO V Tc. TJ~R TAI KS, SHAD ?'STAN ?)"c OR N IC E S
._-fi:.. ~'?y K'fA .- .. w tir J ..?. w
' ' W. ?J. TRIM, ;
No. 243 King Street, Near B?aufain Street,
Respectfully informB the Ladles o? Oharieston the opening of the LARGEST AND MOST FASHIONA?
BLE STOCK OF UPHOLSTERY AND DECORATIVE GOODS that has been exhibited in this city since
the war, consisting of :
SWISS. NOTTINGHAM AND MUSLIN CURTAINS
Reps, Terries and Satin Damasks
Plashes, Moreens and Frspch Lastings
French and English Cretonnes and Chintzes
Linen Coverings and Furniture Stripes
-. *,' Gimps, Tassels, Centres and Bands
WALNUT, ROSEWOOD AND GILT CORNICES
Cords, Tassels and Picture NallB
Winnow Hollands, Buff, Blue, Green and White
Plain and Decorated Window Shades
French and American Ps per-Hangings and Decorations
Embroidered Table and Plano Covers, Tollerettes, Ac.
I make a specially o? Cutting LAMBREQUINS and DRAPERIES from the newest designs. Also.
O? HAIR, MOSS atid WOOL MAT1HESSES and PEW CUSHIONS. SOFAS, CHAIRS and LOUNGES
repaired and covered, by the most competent workmen, at snch prices and terms that wlU not fall to
give satisfaction, at i
W. J. TRIM'S FASHIONABLE UPHOLSTERY WAREROOMS,
nov28-m wfti No. 243 King street, two doors south o? Beaufaln street.
.fine QfrcotexuBr ?z.
EDE ORB'S (LITE COEWIK'S) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAIRY BDTTEB
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME1FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES _?
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, and
E BI8C?IT8, Ac., 40.353^^
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
E. E. BEDFORD,
.WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 27? KING STREET,
WHOI/ESALiE A N I > RETAIL T3EAJL.ER
AND VERY [OLD
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Provisions, Spices, &c.
HERWETICALLT SEALED FRUITS/
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &o.
All articles sold from this establishment are or the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Booda delivered to all parts or the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free or expense. us*
EVERT E. BEDFORD. I SENDFORA (JAS. S. MARTIN.
SEO. H. GRUBER. f CATALOGUE. (WM. G. MOOD, JR.
PUB B oHrw"iPe~o ^R^rrirr
T. KINGSFORD & SON, MANUFACTURERS.
THIS STARCH has established greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and havinz re
aently doubled the capacity or their works, they will now be able to meet the demand. Their work*
ire the largest or the kind la the world, the production being over twenty tons each day.
The great desideratum In tho Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to secure, ls uniform
jood quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED BY THE CONSUMER; and every
rjrocer ls aware of the annoyance caused by even a slight variation in the quality. None below tac
standard ls ever allowed to go out or the factory, and not a oox has ever been returned to them as
iefecttve. 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
is the'inventor of the process of making CORN STARCH.
The subscribers are sole Agents for Messrs. T. KINGSFORD Sc SON'S STARCH, and are prepared tc
I arnlsh the wholesale and retail trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
octl2-2mos HENRY GERDT8 &. CO., Agents.
_ . .Jnsr^njce.
piRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
SECURITY INSURANOE COMPANY, or New
York, Capital and Surplus.$2,117,000
?II ENES INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York,
Capital and Surplus.$1,831,000
il AN H ATT AN INSURANCE COMPANY, Of New
York, Capital und Surplus.$1,380,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York, Capital and Surplus.$1,353,000
S'ORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of New York, Capital and Surplus. .$802,000
TOTAL CASH ASSETS,
OVER SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS.
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOREGOING WELL
ESTABLISHED COMPANIES, on terms os favora
ole as other first-class Companies.
SAM'L T. TUPPER, AGENT.
IN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILD?
ING, EAST BAY STREET,
HE COTTON, STATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
MACON, G E O R GI A.
Guaranteed Oapltal. $600,wo
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
. Deposited with State authorities of Georgia.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Deposited with State authorities of South Caro?
lina for Security of Policyholders.
07FICKDS AT MACON, GEORGIA:
WM. JOHNSTON, President.
WM. S. HOLT, vice-President.
GEO. S. OBEAR, Secretary.
C. F. MCCAY, Actuary.
JOHN W. BURKE, General Agent.
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent Agencies.
Recommended by the following gentlemen, who
have examined Its Charter and prospectus:
Col. WM. JOHNSTON, President Charlotte, CAA.
Uen. WADE HAMPTON, Columbia, S. O.
Ooh L. D. CHILDS, President Carolina National
Bank, Columbia, S. 0.
OoL JAMES G. GIBBES, Columbia, S. C.
Colonel JAMES H. RION, Wlnnsboro', 8. 0.
General M. C. BUTLER, Edgefleld.
General ROBERT TOOMBS, of Georgia, Ac, Ac.
BURDELL BROS. Agenta, : .
Corner Broad and State streets.
T. L. OGIER, M. D., Examining Physician,
COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
WM. GORMAN, PROFRIETOE.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, ut the State
Oapltal, desires to luform the travelling public and
miers seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls m every respect a first-class Hotel,
unsurpassed by any in the State or the United
States. Situated In the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect aatlsfaction in every- respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
every Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier._apr!3-wfm
-j^QY HENRY'S RETREAT, fj
No. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
3. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hours. Dinner served from- Vi
to 4 P. M.
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
6. The beet IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a eau.
Formerly Barkeeper at tue MiUa House.
L . JURS,
HEBOH?I TAI L?H,
Havtug just received a new and complete
stock of CLOTHS, Oasslmcres, Vest Patterns an<l
Furnishing OooUs, ts prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes In the latest styles and from
the best materials.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY GASSIMERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine for yourself at No. 147 King
inner) (?oobs, #r.
ST ABU SH ED. 1854.
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES,
GILT, OVAL, WALNUT, and all kinds of riCTURE
FRAMES for Photographs, Chromos and Needle
Work Spe ial attention given to Regtldlog,
Hanging Glasse" and Pictures. Also, Oil Paintings
cleaned and varnished. A good assortment of
ch'.-mos, Photographs and flue Engravings, Ac,
No. 335 KLNO STREET, ABOVE LIBERTY.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
In closing ont their Department of
oller their immense and entire stock of real Fand
Imitation Bronze CHANDELIERS, Brackets, HaU
Lights, Portable Stands, Ac,
AT LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF MANU?
This is an opportunity seldom offered to those
about furnishing houses, stores, churches, Ac,
for procuring the finest work and newest pat?
terns at moderate prices.
A large stock of Pattern Moulds to be sold cheap
to the trade after March 1,1871.
Toe sale will continue for about three months.
milliners, -fane*) (Boobs, &t.
A full assortment of
MILLINERY AND FANCY OOODS
Cloaks on hand and made to order.
In an its branches, promptly attended to.
Country orders receive special attention.
oct22-lmwf2mo9 No. 304 King street.
?i ABJNET-MAKING AND UPHOLSTERY
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. L. LUNSFORD, No. 27 Queen Street.
I wish to inform my friends and thc publlo gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK FURNITURE la
sill at No. 27 Queen street, where all the diseases
that Furniture ls heir to wul be cured speedily
and on the most reasonable terms as usuaL
Send In therefore, all your sick and wounded
patients, and I wlU heal them and make glad the
the hearts of ail those who favor me with patron
aire lu this Une.
I would respectfully beg leave to call your at?
tention to the fact that I am selling the beat.Sew
in-'. Machines to be found m the market, .'incom?
plete for only $17. OaU ami examine for your
aeivi? and read the testimoni?is In favor af the
improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
ehlne. and then I am sure you wUl take one nome
witt you. J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 27 Queen street, near Calder House.
-pwR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For aale by Da. IL RAER.
Strutton Seka-"Suture Ba-ne.
By A. ?T^siWYB?T, j
. ; ? Auctioneer. . -,. <: K .
CONRAD. MENSING VS. H: HAGEE
By virtue of an execution against the. property
in above caseto me'directed, will be som on!
MONDAY, che ctli day of December next, at Hi
o'clock A. M., at the northeast corner of the
All the right, title and Interest of the defendant :
In the following property, tb wit: Two HORSES,
two Ml'ch Cowa, one Express Wagon, one Double ?
horse Buggy, Sets of Harness, Ac., Ac.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of H..
Hagermann, at the suit of Conrad Mensing.
Terms cash. E. W. M'MACK. EY,
nov2l-m3 S. C. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVR AY,j
THE RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION VS.
Melvin B. Wilbur, et al.
By virtue of an order of Court to me directed
In the above case, will be sold on MONDAY, the
Sth day of December next, nt ll o'clock A. M.,
in iront of the old Customhouse,
All that LOT of LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate on the east side bf Railed ge
avenue, in the City of Charleston, being a por-i
Hon of a piece of land lately known as "Polnsett
Grove;" butting and bounding westwardly on
Butledge avenue, northwardly and eastwardly on
Land of Jacob H. Kalb,' and southwardly partly
on Lands of F. Edwards, partly or Lands
of the German Evangelical Church, and
partly on Lands of Jacob H. Kalb, measuring and
containing on the north and south llne3 two hun?
dred aud twenty feet, in front on Rutledge ave-.
nue one hundred and eight feet, and on the east
Une one hundred and twelve feet; be said mea?
surement more or less.
Terms-One third cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two years; credit portion to be
secured by bond or bonds, bearing seven percent.
Interest, payable semi-annually from day of sale,
with mortgage of the - premises sold; the build?
ings to be insured and kept Insured to the full
amount of the debt, and the policy and policies
duly assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
8tamp->. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. 0.
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, .
SHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Bv virtue of sundry executions against the
property to me directed and delivered, will be
sold on MONDAY, the 6th day of December next,
at ll o'clock A. IL, at the northeast corner of the
All the RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST of the
d?fendants In the cases below stated, In the prop?
erty as hereinafter described.
J. H. CKOS WE LL VS. A. HOOD AND J. II. HOOD,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
situate In St. Stephen's Parish, called the "Duf
ford Place," containing one thousand sores,more
or less; butting and bounding south by Cooper
Lands, north and east by Laurel Hill P.antatlon,
and west by James Hood's Lands.
On account and risk of the former purchaser,
who has failed to comply with the terms of sale
SIMON' J. HAG WOOD VS. W. 8.' PERRY ? SOBS
All that TRACT OF LAND, containing forty
acres, more or less, with the Buildings thereon,
situate in Saint Andrew's Parish, and bonnded
north on Lands of Wm. J. Bull and estate
Parker, east on Lands of estate Parker, south on
Lands of estate Frost, and west on the river road,
and formerly a portion of the plantation of S. J.
Magwbod, known as "Savage Plantation."
On account and risk of former purchaser, who
has failed to comply with terms of sale
E. B. SHIPMAN, ADMINISTRATRIX, GBAVBLEY ?
PRINGLE ET AL. VS. S. WARBEN F LMER.
All that TRACT OF LAND, with Improvements
thereon, situate In Saint Stephen's Parish, and
known as Rode Plantation; containing five hun?
dred and forty-live acres, and adjoining the Tract
known as the Murrell Plantation.
Terras cash. . E. W. M. MACKEY,
novl4-m4 S. 0. C.
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
ROBERT W. D FSH ER VS. T. D. WAG?
NER, ET AL.
Bj virtue of an order of Court In the above
case to me directed, will be sold on MONDAY, the
6th day cf December next, at ll o'clock A. M., In
front of the Old Customhouse,. .
.AU that LOT of LAND with the buildings there?
on, situate on the west side of Hanover street, in
the 1 'Ity of Charleston, and known as I, in a plat
of the Lands of the estate of General ^moel
CrulkBhanks, drawn by Joseph H. Yates; Sur?
veyor; butting and bounding north by the Israel?
ite Cemetery ninety-three feet seven inches, then
running northward at the baok of said Cemetery
forty-nine feet nine Inches, then westwardly on
Lands of Dr. F. Y. Porcner forty-seven feet one
Inch, eist by Hanover street seventy-one feet
eleven inches, south by Lot number 2 on said plat
hereinafter described one hud red and thirty-eight,
feet nine Inches, and west by Lots 7 and 8 on paid
Slat hereinafter described, and by Lands of Wm.
t. OlMland, one hundred and twelve feet seven
Ail that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings there?
on, adjoining the above to the south, and known
as No. 2 in thc aforesaid plat, measuring and con?
taining seventy-one feet eleven inches In front on
llanover street, and the same on the back line,
one hundred aud thirty-eight feet nine inches in
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to the
north by Lot No. 1, above described, east by
Hanover street, south by Lots 3 and 4 in said plat
conveyed to James Dunning and Steedman Yea?
don, and west by Lots 6 and 6 hereinafter de?
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the east side
or Nassau street, In the City or. Charleston, and
known os No. 6 on the above-mentioned plat,
measuring and containing in front on said street
thirty-nine feet eleven Inches, and the same on
the back line, and one hundred aud forty feet in
depth, more or les4; butting and bounding to the
no i th by Lot G hereinafter described, east by Lots
2 and 4 In said pint, south by lands ol John
Dc wees, and west by Nassau street.
All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above on
the north, and known as No. 6 In the above men
Honed plat, measuring ?nd containing In front on
Nassau street thirty-nine feet eleven inches, and
thc same on the back line, and one hun-'red and
forty feet In depth, more or less; butting and
bounding to the east, south and north by Lots
Nos. 2, 6 and 7 in sold plat, aud wc3t by Nassau
All th?t LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above to
the north, and known us No. 7 in the above men?
tioned plat, measuring anti containing In front on
Nassau street thirty nine feet eleven inches, same
on backline, and one hundred and forty reet In
depth, more or less; butting and bounding to the
east,-sooth and north by Lots Nos. 1, 6 and 8 in
said plat, and west by Nassau street.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, adjoining the above to the north, and
known as No. 8 tn the Aforesaid plat, measuring
and containing In front on Nassau street thirty?
nine feet eleven inches, the same on back line,
and one hundred and forty feet lo depth, more or
less; hatting and bounding north on lands pf Wil?
liam H. GUIlland, east and south by Lots Nos. 1
and 7 lu said plat, and west by Nassau street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in three equal
annual instalments, payable in one, tfwo and
three years, with Interest, payable annually, se
cured by bond nf the purchaser and mortgage or
the premises, co be executed to the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
itiaebmrrp, (Eastings, &t.
jyjEETING STREET FOUNDRY,
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FCBNISHINO TH* DC*
MCCARTHY COTTON GI?,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
pr various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mnls,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, or au
Horse-Powers and Oin Gearing, from s to ie reet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, ror Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings or all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings ror Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
sash Weights, Ac, Ac.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHABXLViTON, ? i.
au ;4 mws
OUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 369 King street, where DYEING In aU col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
BLASCOW, BILLER A CO.,
No. 850 King street, near corner George street,
SUctimt Solee-?nia 2Darj.
.SP?aag7,''^j?..jnjits>r-i-Hif... nr.->7>?n II
By B, M. MARSHALL &BR??,
, Real Batato Broken.?mci Aactloneer,
WOODEN BUILDINGS, ENGINE, COT
THIS DAY. the 28th inst., st 12 o'eloclr ww ii?
sold it Dereera Wharf ' ' ' ? WUI *.
2 WOODEN BUILDINGS, with their 'ombint.
viz: Engine hod Boiler. ' McOa? Qmt*^
Mill. Cotton Press and WhlppeTvScales ^oaSS
Table, Stove, Desk, Ac vv ' . M<
Unction ?ales-^imtre SBar*#
By WM. McKAY,
WILL BE SOLD AT ll O'CLOCK TUE8
day, 20th lust,, If not disposed of at private
sal? prevloualy, at 140 Meeting street, opposite
Pavilion Hotel, ?irw
Two superior 7 octave Rosewood Pianoa, Intend?
ed for the South Carolina Fair, from a firsts,ass
ii rm, established in 1849. The Planes guranteed
for Ave years. . novgr
By W. Y. LE?TCH & R. S. BRUNS,
BY VTETUE OP AN OBDER OP COURT
in the case of Ann Amelia Shingler, Admin.
latratrfx, 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 sit?ale in the County of
Charleston, in st. James Goose Creek, on trie state
Road, Mill Run Branch and. Four Hole Swamp,
waters of Edle to River, measuring and containing
fonr thousand acres, according to a' plat ot the
same made In March, 1847, by Alfred Shu 1er, Depu?
ty Surveyor, and annexed to a grant ortho said
tract of Land, executed 27th dar or Maren; 1847.
and recorded on the 3d day of Ma r, 1847, tn the
Secretary of State's office. In Grane Book P. No.
e. page 3530; butting and bounding on Landa of
John M. Shingler. John Bell, John Bowman, James
Harley, AUred Shuter Lewis E. Oonner. David
Way, Mellard and Tharln. .<
Terms-One-third cashr balance payable in ona "
and two years, with Interest payable annually, to
be secured by bond or-bouda ot purchaser and
mortgage or premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. E. w. M. M AGERY,
novll-ftn4mtn2 _ ? . -->-. 8.?3. 0.
GEO. W. TfYIITy
Auctioneer, Savannah. Ga.
ADMINISTRATOR'S S AWE.
Win be sold, on the first TUESDAY ta De?
cember next, bet?re the Courthouse door, in Chat?
ham County, between the legal honra of sale, ; N
The RICE PLANTATION of the la uv John D.
Mongin, situated on the north bank of me Great
Ogeechee River, m Chatham County, and' consist?
er about three hundred acres of Rice Land, and
seven hundred and eighty-nine acres of High Land,
more or less. Sold free from all momnbranoea.
Sold by orderof the Court of Ordinary of Chatham
County, for the bene a t of the heirs ana creditors o?
the estate of the said John D. Mongin.
Terms -One-third cash, one-thlra in Biz months
and one-third in twelve months, secured by mort?
gage ou the premises. Purchasers to pay Tor pa
pers and stamps. .. CHARLES N. WEST,
oct24-m4 Administrator. .
/^.REAT SALE OP VALUALBLB LANDS
UT AT AUCTION.
Will be offered for sale at Auction In Columpia,
on the firs: MONDAY in December, in a bowy or
tracta to ault. *
6000 acres, valuable LANDS on weat bank of
Wateree River and Spear's Creek, ten miles below
Camden, and twenty east of Columbia, opposite
side or the river, and within five miles or Bey Mn's
Depot, on the Camden Branch Railroad. The
Charlotte and Columbia Railroad runs within fif?
teen miles, and the road being built from Srim
tervlue to Colombia within twelve miles.' The
river navigable .all the year round. Produce
shipped to the Camden Branch Railroad Bridge,
thence to Wilmington or Charleston. The health
of the country la perfect 1 OOO acres rich River
and Oreek bottoms, producing, finely. Cotton,
Corn, small grain, and especially adapted to
Stock raising. 600 head of:cattle could be kept
without any feeding, and readily aold on the
place. 4000 acres Upland Pine Lands, with a large
portion or Creek bottoms; soo acres cleared and
under fence, the balance finely timbered with
Pine. There la a fine Residence on the place, with
Springs convenient, and Cabins for laborers. : ?
Titles perfect Terms made known on day of
sale. May be treated rot privately until day- or
Bale, by addressing E. G.'DOBY, Camden, 8. O',
or J. FRASER MATHE v?ES, Real Estate Agent,
Charleston, s. C., who has a Map of the Landa..
^nrtioneers' JJriijate Sales, .Sf t..
By LOWNDES & GBIMBALL.
SALE FOR PARTITION-THE MILLS
HOUSE, CHARLESTON; 8. O. - > V
At Private Sale that desirable HOTEL, situate
at the corner or Queen and Meeting streets, and
known as the MILLS HOUSE.
The house contains about -one hundred and
sixty (100) chambers, besides parlors, ladles' ordi?
nary, barber biiop, oath-rooms, water-closets,
laundry, steam engine and boiler for driving ma?
chi ery and pomps, and for beating the house,
and all the conveniences of a first-class modern
Hotel. Also, fine cellars and large cisterns.
The building is very substantial and the ulte?
rior finely finished The location ia the most desi?
rable in the city, and the house baa always been
a favorite one.
The property ls now under leask till November
1. 1873, at ten thousand ($lo,ooo) uollara per;, an?
num, rent payable monthly. ?
The Lot measures 80 feet, more or less on Meet?
ing street, by-feet on Queen street, -and lit
feet on west line. This gives ample yard roos!
for all purpose* or the Hotel, and for extending
the building If desired.
For terms and further particulars, apply as
above, at|No. 26 Broad street. nov28-mws3B
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
AT PRT7ATE PALE-FOUR PLANTA?
TIONS, ad join l n g each other, belonging to
the Estate of Logan, known as "Dungannon,"
' Berry Hill," "Chlsolm's" and "Meyers," situated.
In the forks of wu town and Savannah Roads,
thirteen miles from Charleston, in st. Paul'?
Parish, containing about 2800 acres, well adapted
to the culture of cotton, rice and provisions, and
well timbered, good drainage on Log Bridge and
Wallace's Creeks, and good landing for choonera
on the latter pince. On the place ls a large d wert
lng -and outbuildings. The Savannah and Charles-,
cou ita liri ad divides the tract into two eanal
parts. . 9 .
ALSO. >. .
Tho PINE LAND SUMMER SETTLEMENT, near,
the'Above,, known as "Mill Brook" or "Loga?
ville," containing about 600 acres. octCl-mw9
By J. FRASER MATHEWES,
.Ken.l Estate. Braker, No. 56 Broad Street?
AT PRIVATE SALE,". . ...
PHOSPHATE LANDS of beat quality and
locations. ' . .
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all parts of the
City Residences, Stores, Building, Lota and
-?--:-"' ' -
Un sin ess QI ar De.
JJOCK AND BRIDGE WORK.
JOHN D. GRIFFIN, CONTRACTOR.
Estimates and plans furnished on application
for aUclasses of BRIDGE AND WHARP WORK
in city or country. .-.
Orders-solicited from County Commissioners
and others having charge ot public works.
Address Postofllce Box 289, Charleston, S. 0.-% '
?JHISOLM & WHALE Y
NO. 39 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formed a copart?
nership for carrying on the Practice of Law, na?
der the firm name of OHISOLM k WHALBY.
R. OHISOLM, Js.
Oct24 W JAMES W HALEY.
Newspapers, jglaganttes, #t..
JJ URAL CAROLINIAN.
Maintenance of the Fertility or Soils-by Pro
re ?a or HI lg ard, of the University of Mississippi.
The South and her Resources-by Hon. Alfred
Plantation Economy-by Colonel D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses-by Professor Burkley.
Southern Fruits-hy P. J. Berckmand.
Hints on Town Gardenlng-by H. w. RaveneL
And numerous other valuable and In teres tug,
Subscription, $2 per annum. _; .
Address WALKER, EVANS * COGSWELL,.
nov2 . Charleston, 8. C. .
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly sad
reasonable rates. . ..
sendordarsto ^ ^ MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Tangra? h afflo a