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Meetings This Day.
Protestant Episcopal Church Society, at 1
German Fire Company, at 4 P. M.
Franklin Lodge, at tau* past ? P. M.
Hook and Ladder, No. 2, at T P. M.
A Cha; Us on Social Mounted Club, at half-past ?
Auction Sales This Day.
R. M. Marshall 4 Brother will sell at 10
o'clock, at their office, horses, booka, Ac.
Miles Drake will aell at io o'clock, at his store,
clothing, hats, Ac
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, jewelry, clothing, cutlery, Ac.
Holmes A Mac-eth will Bell at half-past io
o'ebek, In rear of their office, office furniture, Ac.
THE PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.-We regret that
we are unable to accept President Milieu's cour
teoua invitation to participate In the excursion
to day over the first forty ml es or the Port Royal
RELIEF SOCIETY. -An adjourned meeting of
the society for the relief of the wldowB and or
ph 3 ns of thc clergy of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in tba State or Sooth Carolina, will be
held to-day, at one o'clock P. M, at the Mansion
House, in Broad street.
CRUMBS.-A meeting of Council has been
called for the af tern on.
W^od ls getting scarce on Sullivan's Island.*
The fishermen are catching whiting of huge
To-day ls the anniversary of t e Trent affair.
COTTON FOR THE FOREIGN MARKETS.-The first
class merchant sblp Rennlon Opt lo Cartis, of |
1185 tonp, wa? cleared y este, day for Liverpool by
Messrs. Street Brothers A Co., with 8631 bales of
upland cst ton. The Norwegian bark Drau; ner,
for Liverpool, waa cleared by Messrs. W. B.
Smith A Co., with 1601 bales of upland cotton.
P~ THE CITY RAILWAY.-At the regular annual
meeting cf the Charleston City Railway Compa?
ny, held on Monday, the 6 h Ins ant, the follow?
ing gentlemen were elected directors for the en?
suing year: John S. R'ggs, William Aiken, Henry
Buist, W. L. Trenholm, H. H. DeLeon, Andrew
Slmonds, F. j. Pe'zer and A. L. Tobias. Yester?
day mornlng the board of directors held a meet?
ing, at which Mr. John S. Riggs was re-elected
president of the company.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Lizzie Jones, the un?
dutiful child of color, who resisted the attempt of
her mother to corren her, to the alarm of the J
neighborhood in Glebe street, was sent to the j
jHoueeoi Correction for ten day a
Jane Walker, a forlorn being, who was draak
and aa able to take care of herself !n t eau fain
street, was discharged.
James Grant, lodged for being drunk an*
raising a disturbance in King street, was sen?
tenced to pay a fine of one dollar, or go to the
House of Correction for five days.
THE GRAND LODGE.-The annual communi?
cation of the M. W. Grand Lodge of A. F. M. of
?oath Carolina, which was to have been held on
the mt of November in this city, has been post?
poned until theist, h of December, when the cor?
ner-stone of the new Masonic temple will be laid.
The L dge wul be opened on the 2lst instant, by
the R. W. Depnty Grand Master R. S. Brans, and
tben called off anta the 19th of the ensalng
month. The worshipful "asters, wardens, dele?
gates, past masters and grand officers residing
ont of the city are not expected to attend until
the December communication.
THE REAL ESTATE MARKET.-The house and
-Jut of land at the southwest corner King and
Market streets, twenty-one and a half feet on Klug
afreet, by one c und red and thirty feet deep, were
>?> at auction yesterday morning by Leitch A
Brans, for 19360; one-third cash, and the bal?
ance in one and two years, with interest.
The same bro>- rs effected a private sale or a
boase in Rutledge avenue, for $5000 cash.
The tone of tbs real estate market has Improved
since the installation o' the new Connell, and
bolders are now asking higher prices The pieces
of property above mentioned brought good prices,
and all real estate ls "ten dio g upwards."
LARGE COTTON CAROO.-The American ship
R ennloo was cleared yesterday, for Liverpool, by
Meurs. Street Brothers A Co., with 3631 bales or
upland cotton, weighing 1,640,701 poonda, and
valued at over $300,000. This ship has received
almost unprecedented dispatch at the bands of |
ber agents. Ene arrived from Tybee on Friday,
the 20tn October, and commenced taking m cargo
on Saturday, the 2ist. On Tuesday, the 7th No
vember, she was loaded, being only fifteen work?
ing days from the time of starting. Mesara. G. 8.
Stoddard A Son did the stevedores'work, and
have dose themselves and Charleston credit by
potting la her 40,000 pounds more cotton than she
has ever carried when loaded at New Orleans and
AN HONORED Pat STDKNT OF THE Hors.-The
Hope Fire Company, President W. H. Smith, have
lately placed on the northern wai. of their hall a
neat snd appropriate tiblet bearing the following
inscription: "In memory of W. P. Patterson,
born m 1816, died Slat March, 1871. aged Any-five
years, an honored and dlstlngushed member of
the Hope Fire Eogene Company for twenty-six
yeara." Mr. Patterson WJS one or the oldest
members of the Hope Company, having joined lt
a few months after its organisation, and held
nearly every position m the gift of the company,
including the presidency. He was always ener?
getic, and even performed active duty np to the
very day of his innes*. It waa through his exer?
tions that the City Council bought the present
site of the engine-house of the Hope Fire Com?
pany, and erected the beautiful building which
now ornaments the western end of Market street.
Mr. Patterson waa one or the leading mechanics
of this city, he was also an out-and-oot Democrat,
an^n ardeot advocate and supporter of State
rightt doctrines. This very.montb, eight years
sajo, be lost a very promising son, by the falling
m of a portion of the wall of Fort Sumter, caused
by a stiel: from the enemy's batterie?' at Morris's
Island. The tablet was made by Mr. M. Gannon,
Queen street, and the workmanship ls neat and
THE WOODS MYSTERY.-George Woods, the
gay hey who for some time paBt had been staying
at the Charleston Hotel, and was arrested on
Monday while attempting to make bis escape on
the railroad, was brought before the Mayor yes?
terday morning under the name, of Patrick
Meban. He had assumed this name when lutero
gated at th; Guardhouse, and under it he was
charged with swlodling Mr. E. H. Jackson, the
proprietor of tbe Charleston Hotel, ont of two
hundred and ten dollars and forty cents-abont a
week's board at the rate at which Woods had
lived. The Mayor tarned the prisoner over to the
custody of the sheriff, in whore hands ball writs
bad been lodged against Woods. The latter saw
he was caught, and gave ap all of his valuables
at once to bis creditor. These consisted of a gold
watch and a lo: orjewtl y, worth abont one hun?
dred and twenty-fire dollars In all. There being i
nothing more to be gamed by salt, the prisoner
was allowed to retain his valise and money
enough to purchase a ticket on the New York
steamer. At one o'clock yesterday he was
escorted down to the James Adger, ana
left in that tin? ship for Dew York, his
usual home, quite favorably Impressed with
the hospitality of the City by the Sea While
talking over matters, Woods confessed that his
real name was Harmon Hearman, and this was
further corroborated by the marks upon his
clothing. He says he came over from Liverpool
about two years ago, and for Borne tune back his
M?D a waiter in the Clarendon Hotel, Kew York,
where he pert ar s acquired, by close observation,
those airs and graces which made bim so popular
at the Charleston. He was anxious to go on to
Savannah to the fair, bnt this was too far Sooth
to please hui friends here. New York ls the only
place worthy of his talents.
THE HEALTH OF THE CITY.
The city registrar reports the receipt of one
certtflcate or death from yellow rever during
trie twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday.
This death occurred on the 6th.
OFFICE BOARO OF HEALTH. 1
CHARLESTON. November 7-12 M. (
One certificate of death from yellow fever
received since last report.
ROBT. LKBBY. M. D.,
Ee-ldes the above the following certificates
have been received since last report:
One for non-vlab llty, dated November 2; one
ror congestion of the brain, dated November 6;
one tor rever, paerperal, dated November 6; one
ror phthisis pulmonali , dated November e.
Report for the Week.
The following ls the official return of deaths
ror the City of Charleston, forjyie week ending
Saturday last, November 4,1871:
A lb" mim uria..
Fever, Ty pho
Injury from rall
Tris m us Nas
BLACKS OR COL?
Adults. ?Child n.
Whites 26, Blacka and Colored 20-total 46;
Under 1 year o'
Between l and
Between 10 and
Between 20 and
Between 30 and
Between 40 and
Between 60 and
Between 60 and
Between 70 and
Between so and
Between 90 and
5 yeara of age.
10 yeara of age.
20 years of age.
30 yeara or age.
40 years or age.
so years of age.
60 years cf. age.
70 years of age.
80 years of age.
90 years or age.
loo years or age.
ROBERT LE BEY, M. D.,
FIRE ON MORRIS ISLAND.-About dusk yes?
terday evening an extensive fire was to be seen
raging on Morris Island. The line of flames
seemed to stretch clear across the Island, and at
times the fire would barst forth at different points
wit h great brilliancy. The canse of the con fl agra
tloa could not be ascertained, but lt ia aupposed
that the thick grass on the sandhills munt have
been accldently Ignited.
THAT FLAG.-The white flag with a crim?
son square in the middle, whlcb was hung oct
yestei day afternoon from the weather observer's
office, on Broad street, portended neither the
rapid approach or a hurricane nor a heavy black
frost. It wai merely an office flag, wllchwas
being aired and tried to Bee how lt would work.
When the flag ls raised as a cautionary signal it
will float from the flag-ataff erected on the roof of
TELEGRAPHIC CONNECTIONS.-The telegraph
line on the Greenville and Columbia Railroad has,
t>y contract, been connected with the Western
Union Telegraph Company, and the buBlness for
that line will now be received at and transmitted
(rom the office of the latter In 1 hi building of the
Carolina National Bank in Columbia. As an ad?
ditional convenience to fe public, and especially
to visitors to the fair, the Western Union Tele?
graph Company have extended their wires and
opened a branch office at the fair grounds.
MACKEY'S NATIONAL FREEMASON.-We have
received from Mr. J. E. Bolaeat, or the rp-town
News Depot, Noa. 1 md 2 of this new Masonic
Monthly, devoted to the Science, Philosophy, His
tory. Symbolism and Jurisprudence of Masonry,
edited by Dr. Albert G. Mackey, who promises "to
devote all of bis energies and abilities to the pro?
duction of a work which each successive number
shall contain matten interesting and Instructive
to the craft.'' Besides the ed.tor, a number of
dlstlngu shed Masons write for this magazine.
MISSING.-The Wilmington Star is io receipt
of a letter from a lady In Chester, S. C., in which
she states that her father, Major James Pagan,
left his home at that place very suddenly on busi?
ness m re thnn a week before; that he was not
well when he left, and the family feared that he
may have b. come suddenly worse. The missing
gentleman ls sixty years old, six feet high, with
very white hair and beard, blue eyes, and wore
when he left home a gray suit or clothes, ir this
should meet the eye of any one who knows any?
thing about him, he will communicate with Miss
Mary A. Pagan, Chester.
BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS.-At the
annual meeting or the Charleston Board of Fire
Underwriters, held on Monday, 6th instant, the
lollowlng officers and committees were elected
for the ensuing year : Wm. B. Heriot, president;
Samuel Y. Tupper, vice-president; A. L. Tobias,
secretary and treasurer. Committee on Contti ac?
tion ol Buildings, Advice as to Removal of Stock,
Causes of Fire, Ac-J. H. Colburn, D. Ravenel,
Jr., Charles T. Lowndes, Hutson Lee, A. H. Hay?
den. Committee on Arbitration-S. Y. Topper,
E. Sebriag, A. H. Hayden, committee on Tariff
Wm. B. Heriot, Samuel Y. Tupper, A. L. Tobias.
SOCIAL CLUBS.-The Hunky-Dorys elected
the following officers at their anniversary meet -
lng, held las: night: M. J. Treahey, president; M*
J. Nolan, vice-president; J. J. Duggan, treasurer;
W. Early, secretary; W. F. Magennts, steward.
Committee on letters-M. J. Nolan, w. F. Kagen
nis and T. McCarthy. Committee on finance- M.
J. Treahey and W. Early.
The Sumter Social Club, at their anniversary
meeting held last night, elected the following offi?
cers: J. 0. Burke, president: M. P. Clear, first
vice-president; T. Cronan, isecond vice-president;
J. W. Hutson, secretary and treasurer; Tim Cro?
nan, hallkeeper; J. O'Rourke, doorkeeper; J.
Madden, assistant doorkeeper.
Hotel Arrivals-November 7.
Miss L. M. Young, Walter Fuller, New
York; George H. Cathcart, Columbia ; H. B. Rice,
Alexander M. Forster, Geotgetowu; D. Mc?
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY, 1
November Ctb, 1871. J
The death of a friend is at all times a start?
ling event, but especially is it so under circum?
stances like those that accompany the official an?
nouncement of the Budden decease of oar late
esteemed fellow.member, Mr. Henry Clark, who
was, at the time of his death, with one exception,
the oldest member of this society.
Elected in the year 1824, he oontinued his mem?
bership to the period of his decease.
Atter having served in various subordinate offi?
ces he was elected president or this body, and
conducted ita deliberations daring the years 1846
His name ls now added to the long Hat of our
honored dead, and it only remains to us to think
of bim among tbe remembrances of the past, and
to offer a tribute of respect to his memory. Be lt,
Resolved, That In the death of Mr. Henry Clark
this society recognizes the loss of one who for the
long perl d of forty-seven years was associated
with lt In its benevolent operations, who faithful?
ly served it in various positions or usefulness,
and having earned the award or a unanimous
"well done," presided with dignity and earnest?
ness over its deliberations m the days of Us high?
Resolved, That in testimony of his appreciated
worth.a page upon cur Minute Book be dedicated
te hlB memory.
Resolved That a copy of this preamble and re?
solutions be sent to the nearest-relatives of the de?
ceased, and that thia testimonial to the memory
of cur respected ex-president be published in one
of the dally papera of the city.
. TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular meeting of Dan Lodge, No. 93,
I. O. B. B., convened November 5,1871, the follow?
ing tribute of respect to the memory of the late
Alexander H. Abrahams was unanimously adopt?
Death bas Invaded the circle of our brotherhood,
and for t"e first time in the hls'ory of our Boctety
we are called upon to deplore the loss of a mem?
ber. Oar late brother, Alexander H. Abrahams,
after a long and useful life, exemplifying In its
dally practice the liberal and beneficent princi?
pies of oar Order, has been gathered to his fathers.
Of an unobtrusive nature, his distinguishing trait
was his active zeal. In the cause or charity. This
in him was not the generous and fleeting Impulse
of the moment, but the pervading principle of his
life. To its demands the privacy of domestic life
yielded, and the adoption of two orphans amid
the earea or a large family attested its depth and
earnestness. His sympathy so nicely attuned to
human wants, drew its Inspiration from a piety
both consistent and fervid. As a friend he waa
genial and forbearing, truthful and self-sacrific?
ing. The veil that covers the sanctity of a pri?
vate life may not be lifted; bnt the vin nea that
adorned bis character shed their most fragrant
bloom around the family hearth.
No tear can thaw tbe frost that binds his head,
bnt the tribute of oar respect and gratitude is
due to bis memory. Therefore, be lt
Resolved, That in the death of oar late brother,
Alexander H. Abrahams, our Lodge haa loat a
valued member; the cause or charity a zealous
advocate, and the community a oserai citizen.
Resolved, That we tender to hts afflicted family
onr condolence and eympatby in their bereave?
Resolved. That a page in our M?nate Book be
dedicated to his memory, a copy of these pream?
ble and resolutions be forwarded to his family by
the Ee-rerary. and be published ia the daily
papers of this city.
From the Mm otes. J. H. M. CHUMACBIRO,
m Acting Secretary.
NATHL. LEVIN" President.
THE MERCHANTS' LUNCH, at Fehrenbach's
Post-office Headquarters, ls from ll to 2 o'clock.
AT A. R. STILLMAN'S DRY Goons HOUSE, NO.
231 King street, fourth door below Wentworth,
has been received a fresh supply or Preach
Merin oe, Empress Cloths Manchester Poplins and
every description of Dress Goods. novs-l
RHINE WINE, direct from Germany
Hockhelmer Rlessliog, esr
Ingelheims, red wine, 65r
Jockey Club, ) Sparking Rhine wine, said to be
Mousseux, j superior to Champagne.
Champagne, Ch. Heldsieck
Claret, St. Estephe
English Ale, Bass's, on draught
Oysters, Ball's Bay, fresh every other day.
Bar aiwaya supplied wlth'the best foreign and
domestic Liquors and Wines.
nove-3 No. 107 Market street.
OPERA FLANNELS.-A full line all colors and
prices at A. R. STILLMAN'S,
Dry Goods House,
nov8-i No.281 King street.
Bru. HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $0 60 and $8 6 0 per thousand, according to
size, at TUE NIWB Job Office.
SHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! all styles, col?
ors, sizes and prices, at A. B. STILLMAN'S,
Dry Goode Boase,
novs-l Ko. 281 King street.
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON
certs, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, chadwick,
Gary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, s nb-agent for this j
splendid r.ud attractive scheme, ta now prepared 1
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at the office of Mr. Edward M. More?
land, No. 20 Broad atreet
BLACK DE LAINE-a choice article at twen?
ty-five cents, at A. R. STILLMAN'S
nov8-i No. 281 King street. i
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office !
ls now prepared to furn lah good envelopes, with
bu -mess cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business ma', should have his card printed on his
?rotaries, liquors, Ut.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
NEW TEAS !
THAT CELEBRATED YOUNG HTSON, guaran?
teed as the BEST In the city, at $1 60 per lb.
THAT ' GENUINE" TEA at $1 per lb., to be
found only at
Nos. 190 and 388
Profi 3P5HF? HONEY 1
Pine New country HONEY, o be had in quanti
ties to amt parchasen, of Da. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting Btreet,
MA. IV H O O X> .
The vegetative powers of life are strong, but in
a few years bow often the pallid hue, the lack Ins
tre eye, and emaciated form, show their baneful
in finen ce. It soon becomes evident to the observ?
er that some depressing Influence ia checking the
development of the body. Consumption ls talked
of, and perhaps the youth ls removed from school
and sent into the country. This ls one of the
worst movements. Removed from ordinary di?
versions of the ever-changing scenes of the city,
the powers of the body, too much enfeebled to
give zest to healthful and rural eser. 'se, thoughts
are turned Inwardly upon themselves.
If the patient bea female the approach of the
menses la lcoked for with anxiety as the first
symptom ls which naturels to show bereaving
power In diffusing the circulation and visiting the
cheek with the bloom or health. Alas l Increase
of appetite has grown by what it fed on. The
energies of the system are prostrated, and the
whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and
wonderful period in which body and mind under?
go ao fascinating a change from child to woman
ii looked for In vain. The parent's heart bleeds
lu anxiety, sad fancies the grave but walting for
FOB WEAKNESS ARISING FROM EXCESSES
OR EARLY INDISCRETION,
attended with the following symptoms: INDIS?
POSITION TO EXERTION, LOSS OF POWER,
LOSS OF MEMORY, DIFFICULTY OF BREATH
INO, General weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death,
Night Sweats, Ovid Feet, Wakefolneaa, Dimness of
Vision, Lan gor, Universal Lassitude of the Muscu?
lar System, orten Enormous Appetite with Dys?
peptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing or th?
Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenances
and eruptions on the Face, Pain m the Back,
Heaviness of the Eyelids, Frequently Black Spots
flying before the Eyes, with temporary Buff nsion
and Loss of Sight. Want or Attention, Great Mo?
bility, Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
solitude, and nothing they more dread, for rear
of themselves; no repose of manner, no earnest?
ness, no speculation; but a harried transition
from one question to another.
THESE SYMPTOMS, IF ALLOWED TO GO ON
-WHICH THIS MEDICINE INVARIABLY RE?
MOVES-SOON FOLLOW LOSS OF POWER,
FATUITY AND EPILEPTIC F1T3, IN ONE OF
WHICH THE PATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
Darlag ibo BaperlnlaBdOOce of Dr. WILSO!? al
the BLOOMING!) A LE ASYLUM, this sad result
occurred to two patleats. Real on had for a time
left them, and both died of epilepsy. They were
of both sexes, and about twenty years of age.
Who can fay that their excesses are not fre?
quently followed by those direful diseases, LN
SANITY and CONSUMPTION ? The records or the
INSANE ASYLUMS, and the melancholy deaths by
Consumption, bear ample witness to the troth of
these assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most
melancholy exhibition appears. The countenance
ls actually sodden and quite destitute; neither
mirth nor grief ever visits lt. Should a sound of
the voice occur lt ls rarely articulate.
" With wofal measures wan despair
Low Bullea sounds their grief beguiled.?>
While we regret the existence of the above dis?
eases and symptoms, we are prepared i : offer an
Invaluable gift of chemistry for the .lcinoval of
IMPROVED ROSE WISH
Cores Beeret and delicate disorders m all their
stages, at litt e expense, little or no change In
diet, no Inconvenience, and no exposare. It ls
pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in its ac?
tion, free from all Injurions properties, superse?
ding Copaiba and all other nauseous Compounda
FLUID EXTRACT OF BUGHU.
There is no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hepe
to the physician and patient. This is the testi?
mony of all who have used or prescribed it.
Beware of counterfeits and thoce cheap decoc?
tions caliea Bucha, most of which are prepared
by self-styled doctors, from deleterious Ingre?
dients, and offered for sale at "leas price" and
"larger bottles," ac. They are unreliable and
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
PRICE $1 25 PER BOTTLE, OR 8IX
BOTTLES FOR $6 50.
Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms m
Established upward of twenty yeara prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
ito. 594 Broadway, New York,
No. 104 Sooth Tenth Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
49~Sold by Drugglit ? Everywhere.-?*
SJrp ?ooo?. Ut
R R I V A L OF
FURCHCOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
KO. 214 KING STREET,
BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY ABE NOW
THE FIS EST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
EYER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
I SILK AND SILK POPLINS, all shades and
Silk Velvets, Velveteen, all colors.
Crape Cloth, Henrietta ci J th, Empress Cloth.
Merinoes, all-Wool Di.alne. and all other latest
styles of Dress Goods, too numer?os to mention.
lfiOpleceB or B.ack and Colored Alpacas for
Bsjmoral and Boulevard Skirts In la*ge variety.
Our Cloak and Shawl Department ls complete.
The very Finest Astrachan Cloth-Trimmed Cloaks
always on hand.
The very latest styles of Wool Jackets, Nublas,
Hoods and Shawls jnst received.
A splendid assortment or Pmrnes and Feathers,
Trimmed Hats, Artificial Flowers, Sash Blbbons,
Sashes, Bows, (Ladlee' Scarfs) CuffB and Collars,
Muffs and Furs, Ac.
Our Kid Gloves, from $1 to t3, we warrant
each pair be perfect, and exchange (after they
nave been tried OD) ir ihe same tear or rall to give
2000 pairs of Blankets from |2 60 to $16 a Pair.
Our Cloth and Tailoring Department ls the best
assorted one in this State, and we warrant to
give sat.sfactit n to all.
A new and complete stock or Hosiery and No?
200 pir ce3 of I, 2and 3 Ply Carpets.
100 pieces.Bru'ee.s best Carpets.
60 pieces Body Br?ssel. m
Rags, Mats, OH Cloth. Very cheap.
No trouble to show Goods. Samples given.
Call and examine.
FDRCHGOTr, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 King street,
Ne. 437 King street,
No. 22 White atreet. New York.
No. 3 Bay street, Jackao.ville, Fla
Cigars, tobacco, Ut.
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BAS JUST OPENED AT
NO. 392 KINO STREET,
A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CIGAR STORE,
Where can be obtained all of the latest Brands
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
He has also, in connection with his Store, es
tabllshed a manufactory for the above.
All of the latest Brands of TOBACCO, PIPES,
Ac, Ac., on hand, and the prices will be found as
accommodating as those or any similar boase In
Strangers visiting the city shonld not fall to
give this house a call, as the Proprietor feels con?
fident of being able to give satisfaction to alL
jp?lZ'?liirwSTER CLOTfllNG, ~
FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.,
MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS',
CONSISTING OF :
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS.
And a large assortment or i INK CLOTH WALK?
ING COATS, of all Colors, Black single and
Double Breasted Frock Coats, Star shirts, Under?
wear Good*, Ac English and Domestic Half
Hose, Alexandre's, Imperial, and Conrvolsler's
Kid, Silk, Thread, Buckskin, Dogskin, Casalmere
and Cloth Gloves, linen H nd Paper Collars, Neck?
ties, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, suspenders, Um?
brellas, Ac, of the latest style.
And a very la tte and fine selected stock of
BROADCLOTHS. Dceekln, Beaver, Tricot, Diago?
nal COATING AND CASSIMEKES.
And a very handsome variety of the latest style
PANTS AND VEST PATTERNS.
Which we offer to sell by piece, yard or pattern,
or make ap lato Garments, by meaaare, m the
latest style, and at the shortest notice.
s lix and Alpaca Umbrellas-the largest assort,
Oar stock has been selected with the greatest
care, aud prices marked very low, in p alu fig
ores. Being confident that we can offer induce?
ments unequalled by any other house, we solicit
buyers m our Une to give ns a call before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Ail orden will rece're our
prompt and very careful attention.
The TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls under the
supervision of Mr. WINTERER, who has already
proved himself a first class Cutter; and the public
will bear in miad that our Clothing nas been
manufactured by ourselves daring the dall sum?
mer months, aud can tnerefore recommend it
as regard? flt, wear and workmanship, and prices
exceedingly low to salt the tunes.
, MENKE A MULLER,
No. 326 King street,
octio-smos_Opposite Society street.
NO. 141 KING STREET,
WIST BIDE, A FEW POORS NORTH OF QUIEN STREET,
Would respectfully inform bis friends that he
baa just returned from New York with a large
and well-selected stock of the latest atyles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foil assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
including the Celebrated
ENNEDY Jk GREGORY,
HO. 18? KINO STREET,
OPPOSITE D. H. Sncox's WAREHOUSE,
Having this day entered Into copartnership m
the above Business, would respettJally solicit
from their friends a share of their patronage.
They pledge themselves that their Cutting and
Manufacture aban be done In the latest etyle, and
In a manner to give satisfaction to their patrons,
and at moderate prices.
J. T. KENNEDY.F. M. GREGORY.
Boots ano Styoes.
HO! FOR REPUDIATION!
THOSE FAMILY STATE BONUS OF SCOTT A
CO., spread broadca8t In New York, to the detri?
ment and rain of our people, must be repad lated.
Hence I will REDUCE THE PRICES ol my
ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
PLANTERS, FACTORS AND MERCHANTS
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST
TO CALL AND EXAMINE MY
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having made thia branch of my business another
I .reel confident to be able to supply the Trade at
ALL GOODS BEING BOUGHT FOR CASH.
ORDERS FROM MY COUNTRY FRIENDS,
OR THROUGH COMMISSION MERCHANTS
OR FACTORS WILL MEET WITH PROMPT
NO. 121 MEETING STREET.
RECEIVING THIS DAY PER STEAMSHIPS "SEA
GULL," from Baltimore, "VIRGINIA," from
* Philadelphia, Invoices of
GENTS FRENCH JEDOT CALF OPERA
GENT'S FRENCH LERIN CALF WATER?
GENTS FRENCH LERIN CALF SCOTCH
MORE OF THB
A M EUI CA TV GAITERS,
ADAPTED FOR WINTER WEAR.
D0T7_No. 121 MEETING STREET.
gjgtt and jjjgtgjjgg ?3oo?*.
? NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK -
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO (SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together with an unequalled supply of the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
GENTS FURNISHING GOOD8 IN GENERAL,
s c o x x ? a
BTAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE TUE MARKET.
S~1TE TWO O D SCH?OLT^??GLI?H!
FRENCH and GERMAN SCHOOL for young
Ladies and Children, will re -pen on MOND?T, the
6th November. The French Department will be
under the charge of Mlle. LxPRlNCE. And par?
ticular attention will be paid to pupils Heading,
Writing and Speaking the German and Frene J
languagta. Mrs. JOHN LAURBNS, Principal.
School at No. 92 Wenthwerth, near Coming
. VALLE CRU? IS," NEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR THB EDUCATION OP YOUNO LADIES, UNDER THB
IMMEDIATS SUPERVISION OF THB RELIGIEUSES
g OF THB URSULINB CONVENT.
The situation of the Convent is all that can be
desired lor health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capitol, and in the midst of an oak grove of
twenty acres, lt is within half an honr's drive
from the depot, where omnibuses and baggage
wagons await the arrival of passengers.
TERMS-For board, washing, fuel, lights and
tuition in English, $300, payable $150 la advance,
or $30 per month, payable in advance.
Music, French, Latin, Drawing and painting
form ex ti a charges.
ss-For funner information, application may
be made to the MOTHER bUPERIUK, to Rt. Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
0. F L E N G E
HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLAS,
Children's Hats a Specialty.
Ko. 201 KING STREET.
Just opened and will have always on hand an
assortment of the above articles. Also, Gentle?
men's NECK TIES, SCARFS, WALKING CANES,
4c His friends are respectfully invited to call
and examine for themselves._octli-lmo
CORK ra BROAD STRUT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS la the united states.
WALKER, EVANS ? COGSWELL.
jMgjgj ggU?v~gl)if gag,
H. M. MARSHALL & BRO. ~
ITX7TLL SELL THIS DAY, AT IO v
? TT o'clock, at No. A3 Broad street,
Three HORSES, a lot or school Books und Sm -
I dries._ nov*
Bj WM. MeKAY.
UN RESERVED SALE.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, at Na 140 Meet
lug street, will be sold without reserve,
Genfs custom-Made OVERCOATS, Sack and
Business Coats, Superior Beaver Cloth for Ladles'
Cloaks, Six-quarter English Water-proof Cloths,
Beisnap and Camon Flannels, Black and Colored
Alpacas, Wool, Merino and Cotton Hose and Half
Hose, Jewelry, Watches and Cutlery. Also, 125
dozen Slippers, damaged._novs
By HOLMES AND MACBETH,
OFFICE FURNITURE, Aa, Aa
-..tn .Til1 tr"9 80ld Tais DAT- Novem
!??&"&????10 0>cl?<:k, in tne rear of oar
office. No. 31 Broad street,
The following articles by order of H. H. DeLeoo,
Receiver of Louis McLain : '
1 IRON CHEST
2 Office Desks
Chairs, Stool, and sn - dry other articles.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed ea
day or Bal >._nov?
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, Aa
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will seB at
my Store, corner or King and Liberty streets,
A large and well assorted stock of Mon's and
Boys' CLOTHING AND HATS, Just received, ?on
fisting in part of Men's Cissimere and Satinet
Coats and Pants, Corduroy Pants, Harrison Coat?
and Pants, Black and Blue Derby Coats, SUk
Mixed and Jean Snits, Chinchilla Overcoats, Vel?
veteen Salts, Boys' and Youths' Snits, Ladles'
Balmoral skirts, CloaiB, Shawls and Nubias,
Men's Crin Dragers, Vests, Cravats, Suspenders,
Ac., Ac. 1 '
100 dozen Men's and Boys' HATS, (seconds )
Just received. _nova
Unction 8aleg-^ntgr< gingt
By Vf. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
GRIST MILL COMPLETE, TO BE PRO?
PELLED by steam.
will be sold on THURSDAY, the otb instant, at
II o'clock, in Queen street, opposite to Roper
1 GRIST MILL, 28 lncb stone.
1 Sifter a'tac tied to box.
Polleys, Belting, Fanner, Bins, Measures, Ac.
Terms cash. Articles to be removed on day of
By H. H. DeLEON.
FSmVE SALE VALUABLE SEA is?
land Plantations on Edlsto Island, belong?
ing to Kstate Ephraim M. Baynard.
Will be sold at Public Auction, In the City- Of
Charleston, on Thursday. December 14th, 1871, at
the Old Customhouse, corner Broad street and
The following PLANTATIONS:
Sea-Side, containing 488 62-100 acres, more or
Wilson's, containing 143 18-100 acres, more er
Palmentera, containing 265 18-100 acres, mere
Shergood, containing 238 66-100 acres, more or
Shell House, containing 186 20-100 acres, more
Bed House, containing 134 61-100 acres, more er
Seabrook's, containing 178 84-100 acres, more
Rabbit Point, containing 468 06-100 acres, more
Laroche'*, containing 226 62-100 acres, more or
Little Edlsto Place, containing 290 97 100 acres,
more or less.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S PARISH RICE-PL ANTA
TlON, opposite Wilton, 200 acres, more or lesa.
conditions-One fourth cash; balance by bond
sod mortgage, payable ia one, two and three
fears, interest 7 per oenu, pay ab' e annual y.
arcbasers to pay for papers and sumps*
THOMAS H. WILLINGHAM,
AT TB i OLD ESTABLISHED STAND,
Ko. 6 BROAD STREET.
N. FEHRENBACK, PROPRIETOR,
Begs leave to announce that he has this day re?
sumed LUNCH. His tables will be supplied with
the choicest edibles from the city and New York
Lunch from ll to 2 o'clock.
choice and fresh Oysters on hand at all times.
jPgjjjgi, JettrltTj, $H.
JEWELRY, WATCHES AND
KO. 307 KINO STREET,
INVITES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS HEW
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND
All the newest and mott exquisite designs ti
SETS OF PEARL,
GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE
Leontine, Opera, Neck and vest CHALITS; seal
Kings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Piala Gold and Wedding Rings always
OB hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings ; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets, Charms and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
No. 307 KING STREEU,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
8-4 PLATE, 16 AND 20 SIZES.
These are the best WATCHES made m this coun?
try, and are made with and without stem wind -
They are finished in the best manner and ran
with the greatest accuracy, and cannot be excell?
ed anywhere, at their respective prices.
The cases are all of the newest patterns, and
specially made to oar own order.
Our stock of these Watches ia now the largest,
and oar prices, ail things considered, are the low?
est m the city.
BALL, BLACK A CO.,
JIfIlilli AND S I LV IKBM ITH 8 ,
Hoi. 565 and 667 Broadway, Hew York.
pOCKET CORN SHELLER.
Being the Owner of the PATENT RIGHT of the
State of North carolina, and the following named
Counties m .the Sute o? South Carolina, vii:
Charleston, BarnweU, Colleton, Beaufort, George?
town, williamsburg, Horry, Clarendon and Ches?
terfield, of thia small, cheap and very valuable
luventlon, I offer County Rights and Machines at
greatly reduced prices from i860. Will send one
by express to any address, (as a sample.) on the
receipt of Si by mall, or will ?nd a half dosen.
(aisampleaT) by express, C. O.D.,for ts, to any
p?rase dearring me to do so.
N. B. Ahy person infringing upon the rights of
thiePatent wm be dealt wit according* law.
Jnly8-lamofl c? N? AYEB1LL.