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f Melinga This Day.
Sumter Rifle Club, at 9 A. M.
Carolina Rifle Club, at 10 A. M.
St, Andrews Society, at 2 P. M.
Sumter Social Club, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sale? This Day.
William McKay v. ill sell at 10 o'clock, at his
^>re, furniture, and at 12 o'clock, at No 84
Wog street, contents of bar-room.
R. Oakman will sell at Mule Lot, near Chris?
topher's Stables, moles and horses.
av Now is the time to think about adver?
tising no'iday goods, and reflection should be
tallowed by judicious action.
THANXSGIYIXG.-This being Thanksgiving
Day, the public offices and banks will be closed.
There will be no market after niue o'clock,
and the Postofflee will only be open, for the
delivery of malls, from five to six P. M.
WAST WORK.-Last evening four young
Imen, balling from Ballimore, applied at the
Guardhouse for a night's lodging. They ar?
rived in this city yesterday morning, and are
in search of work. *
ST. ANDREW'S Soers rr.-The one hundred
and forty-second anniversary meeting of thia
venerable society takes place to-day at the
South Carolina Hill at two o'clock P. M. The
election of officers will be, conducted from
twelve M. to two o'clock P. M.
THC RIFLE CLUBS.-The members ot the
Carolina Rifle Club have a rifle practice at t be
The Sumter Rifle Club picnic takes place at
Rose's Farm, and the members are requested
to assemble in citizens' dress, at the terminus
of the Rutledge street line, at nine o'clock
tri is morning. *
REMINISCENCES OF THB WAR,-Yesterday
morning the workmen at the back of the
IL United StatesCourLhousc dug out from the
debris a large Parrot shell which had struck
there and failed to explode. It was resting j
quietly on uie basement of the building, and
with Its conical percussion cap threatening
an explosion, seemed to say, "Shelli or shell I
INSULTING THE FALLEN-Charles Johnson,
a colored youth, was brought before the Mayor
yesterday morning, charged with stealing
from Lieutenant A. E. Philippi. The boy bad
entered the residence ol the late chief of de- '
tectives in Society street, and actually ab?
stracted a tablecloth from the parlor. The
case was referred to a trial Justice for exami?
WHISSEY-LOGGKD.-The large crowd In
Meeting street last night, about nine O'clock,
were following two policemen wno were bear?
ing on their shoulders the body of a white
man who waa not dead, but only sleepy drunk.
He had been picked up near Market street, on
the sidewalk, and the novel mode of his trans
portation failed to arouse him from his slum?
bers. The Mayor's Court will nb doubt smv
prise him this morning.
CLUBS AXD STABS.-Jacob Allen, William H.
Richardson and Joe Johnson, lodged for being
disorderly and using unbecoming language |
near the Academy of Muslo, in Market street,
were sentenced each to pay a fane ol one dol?
lar, or be locked up for five days.
Three inebriates found their way to the
Guardhouse, escorted by the Corps d'Elite, and
paid up their floes next mornlag with praise?
worthy alacrity._ _ .
;fhiE STATE CIBCCTT COURT-The Court of |
General Sessions was opened at ten o'clock
yesterday morning. Hon. R. F. Graham pre?
The grand jury brought In true bills against
Joseph Ball for grand larceny and disfiguring
To-day being Thanksgiving Day, the court
adjourned over until ten o'clock to-morrow
CORRECTION-in our report of the proceed?
ings of Council, published yesterday, lt is
slated that the committee on the Fire Depart?
ment recommended that the engines (hand
and steam) employed In pumping out In Sep
pember last, be remunerated at the rate of J
fifteen dollars per d ?j, each for every day so
employed. The recommendation was made
upc repetition as to certain of the Hand engines'
only. The matter of compensation of the
steam engines was not before the committee,
and no report was made about them.
INQUEST.-Coroner Tait held an inquest yes?
terday morning over the body of James Jen?
kin?, colored, who had died on the afternoon
before at the City Hospital from injuries re?
ceived by him on board of the bark St. Peter,
on North Eastern wharf. The evidence showed
that the deceased was in the hold of the bark
as a barrel of rosin waa being lowered. The
cant hook slipped from the chimb, and* the
heavy barrel was thrown violently down the
hold, striking the deceased. The Jury return?
ed a verdict of accidental death.
A FAIR HOUSE greeted the third appearance
last evening of the Templeton combination,
at the Academy. The comedy-Self-was
creditably performed, but the less legitimate
and more miscellaneous features of the enter?
tainment evidently had the lion's share ol the
favor of the audience. To-night, In addition
to a stunning general bill, the Irresistible
Jackson gives bis droll Impersonations, indu
d'r%, among others, that of the redoubtable
"Li*tle Major," ol Charleston. It is Bure to
be a huge blt.
THE OAKLEY MURDER-Samuel White, An?
thony Thompson, Ban Balden, Buddy Ravenel
and George Parker, charged with the murder
of w. B. Fidea, at Oakley Station, on the
Northeastern Railroad, were arraigned yee-|
terdi? in the Court of Sessions, Messrs. C W,
Buttz and H. w. Scbrode. appearing for the
defence. On motion of the solicitor for the
State, a no?, pros, was entered as to Anthony
Thompson. There being but thirty jurors
present, and each of the four defendants In?
sisting upon the right to challenge peremptori?
ly twenty Jurors, the jory commissioner was
directed to draw a panel of one hundred Jurors
to serve io the case, who shall be present on
Thursday next, when the case will be tried.
THE NEW POSTOPPTCB.-The work opon the
old building at the head of Broad street has
been so fax completed as to allow of its occu?
pation In a few days by the Postofflee Depart?
ment. The gaps seen in the delivery partition
can bc filled np in a few hours, and were left
expressly to accommodate the old cases at the
Postofflee In Hasel street, which wi?l be trans?
ferred aa soon as the move takes place. The
new Postofflee, besides the capacious cases of
locked glass and combination boxes, boasts of |
first-rate accommodations for the other de?
partments of the mall. On the north end ls a
room for mail bags and carriers and a printers'
delivery. On the soulh are the offices of the
assistant postmaster and clerks, and deliveries
fox money orders and registered letters. The
"^rnole is neatly furnished, and should no ob?
structions occur, Postmaster Trott will move
in on Monday evening and deliver the mails 1
from the new office the next morning.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-A little before six
O'Clock on Tuesday evening, the up freight |
train on the Northeastern Railroad ran off the
main track into a turnout, at McKenzie's Mill,
six miles below Florence, where a lot of
freight cars were stationed. The train was
movlug rapidly, and the engineer, seeing the
collision inevitable, leaped irom his engine.
1 he train rushed into the stationary cars, de?
molishing two and damaging a third seriously.
The engine was badly damaged, and one of I
the switch-tenders was killed. Tue accident |
was caused by the switch not being in the
CRUMBS.-At eleven o'clock last night the
thermometer was at 48.
Most ol the mudboles m Rutledge avenue
have been filled up by the new street inspec?
The Meeting and Hayne street merchants
will celebrate Thanksgiving by selling twice
as many goods as usual-if their customers!
will let 'em.
The Wadmalaw ballot-box arrived yesteraay
by the steamer Water Lily., The vote? are
not expected to damage Bowen's prospects.
The city treasury wil be dosed to-day, but J
taxes will be received on Friday and Saturday
without the penalty..
DIED OF HHB BURNS.-A few days ago Ma- j
rian Morrl?, an old colored woman, aged about
seventy-five years, was found in the street j
with an attack of chills and fever and taken
to ber home, In St. Philip street, by a friend.
The latter built a large fire and left the old
woman by lt trying to warm herself. In a
short time the neighbors suspected some?
thing wrong and soo heard the woman cry?
ing out for aid. It v. as rendered, but not be?
fore she was badly burned. Her wounds were
properly cared fur at the City Hospital, but
to no purpose, and yesterday morning Bhe
expired.* An inquest was held over her body,
and the jury returned a verdict of death from
ST. MICHAEL'S ORGAN.-The repairs which
have so long been in progress on the organ of |
St. Michaers Church are now completed, and
yesterday the various portions of the instru?
ment were.con ve \ ed back to the church, prepa?
ratory to being placed in position. The organ
has been under the charge ot Mr. John Baker,
ol Vanderhorst street, who has repaired the
whole instrument In a most thorough manner.
It has been enlarged several feet, new stops,
new pipes andan alr-iight pair of bellows have
been added, and, In fact, it has been completely
renovated. The work of putting lt up will oc?
cupy about two weeks, at the end of which
time the congregation will once more have an
opportunity of listening to its sweet tones and
A CONFED?RATE CAMP.-There may be seen
at Holme s's Book house, at the corner of King
and Wentworth streets, av exquisite chromo
lithograph of Mr. C. w. Chapman's picture of |
a "Confederate Camp.'*' It is the only charac?
teristic picture of the war-times that we have
seen. The scattered tents, the brush shelters,
the lounging soldiers.at the blazing fire, the pic?
turesque grouping of the Southern trees, the
thin blue haze stretching away.into the woods,
and the Confederate air, which gives force
and meaning to the scene, makes np a picture
which will be familiar to every Southern sol?
dier, and one which every one will desire to
posses?. The scone ls laid at Corinth, Miss.,
and represents the camp of the First Kentuc?
ky Regiment, in which Mr. Chapman was a
private soldier. The lithographing ls dam'ily
done and reproduces most o? the delicate
touches of the original, which ls, we may re?
mark, as exquisite in finish aa a miniature
painting. Mr. Davis, General Preston and
other gentlemen speak very highly of the
Confederate Camp, bot lt speaks best for it-1
Mr. Chapman was In Paris when the war
broke out, and came Immediately to this Bide. I
He volunteered in the First Kentucky Regi?
ment, was wounded at Shiloh, and was after?
wards appointed ordnance sergeant ol Wise's' |
Brigade. Ho was, we believe, on duty in
Charleston for some lime. Mr. Chapman ls
making great progress as an artist, and ls a
pupil ot Meissonler, to whose style he leans.
A companion picture to the Confederate
Camp is In preparation. It is called the Rear
Guard of the Confederate Army on the
March. The two pictures will form a souve?
nir of the war, which no boy who wore tb? |
gray should be without.
The Confederate Camp is on exhibition at
Holmes's Bookhouse, where subscriptions for j
copies will be received.
Hotel Arrivals ?Moweaaber ?9.
J. J. Gregg, Augusta; Chas, a Park, Savan?
nah; Henry Hallam, Philadelphia; C. F.-Rob?
bins, Fred. ?keete, 8. B. Thompson, M. M.
Klngman,Beaufort; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mciver,
Cheraw; W, M. French, Beaufort; 0. P. Edger?
ton, New York.
Robt. R. Bren, Savannah; Meadows Frost;
Meadows A. Frost, England; W. N. Purdy,
New York; Jno. 8. Jones, Va.; J. A. Lovett,
New York; H. M. Draine, North Carolin a; E.
C. Berther, A. E. Gilchrist, Marlon; W. A.
Buard and wife. Madison, Wis. ; W. T. Talla
tero, Florida; J. H. Averill, City; Mr. and Mrs.
H. Crlnch, Savannah; Mrs. Waldburg, Parker
Merrill, Boston; Fred. Seely and wife, Penn?
sylvania; L. A. Harper and eon, L. E. Parker,
South Carolina; W. B. Wilkins, New Jersey,
Ed. Arnes. Providence; E. T. Moore, South
Carolina; G. M. Wells, Bull River; R F. Den?
nie, Florida; fm. M. Hodges, Grabamvile.
L. Richardson, Hardeevllle, S. C.; Charles
A. Smith, Augusta; Ga.; J. H. Lewie, Gilbert j
Hollow, S. C.; Wll?iam Stevenson, Lincoln
County, Ga. ; A. M. Reeder, Mrs. A. C.' Reeder,.
Alfred Dawson, Newberry, 8. C.; J. L. Boilers,
D. C. Cameron, Wassamassaw, 8. C.; John
Nettles and wile, iltja J. H. Nettles, Sumter,
8. C.; W. J. Splres.'st. Stephen's; J. C. Wilson,
Sumter, 8. C.; Dr. 0. C. Bhame, Oakley, 8. C.;
W. Salters, Northeastern Railroad; W. G. Ken
aghan, M. T. Auteley, 8orith Carolina; F.
Alts,. Aiken, 8. C.
"CAN you tell me where Plenge's Hat Store
ls to be found f "At No. 201 King street,
sir." _ nov30-l
CHEILLBT'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
tvaring or ripping.
("Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
TIRPATQ J London, 53 Regent street.
JJBFOTS j New Yorki 929 Broadwtty
[ Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston._ nov3-6mos
FASHIONABLE GOODS.-Just opened at Von
Santen's, No. 229 King street, a beautiful SF
cortment of the latest styles of Imitation Shell
Breastpins and Earrings, Shell Necklets, Chat
talains and B.-icelets, all of which will be sold
very cheap. _ _ nov30-ths2
LADIES purchasing Winter Dress Goods can
save money by examining our. stock, which is
filled with every variety and shade, and at j
very low prices. We are also showing com?
plete assortments in every other department
at No. 287 King street. STOLL, WEBB A Co.
A GRAND CHRISTMAS GIFT.-The finest Im?
ported Musical Box ever brought to this city
for raffle at Von Santen's Bazaar, King Btreet
Two hundred and fifty chances at two dollars
a chance. List rapidly filling np.
PRICE LIST ol a few articles at Furcbgott,
Benedict & Co. : Fine 5 and 6 Inch Sash Rib?
bon, 90 cents and $1; flue English Half Hose,
20 cents a pair; GenteT fine Travelling Shawls,
$4 50; 6-4 Sealf-kin Cloaking,- (only) $1 per
yard; 10-4 floe White Blankets, only $3 50;
Ladles' fine Bows, latest styles, 75 cents and
fl. FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co.
To THE LADIES.-Messrs. Stol!, Webb ? Co.
are opening a lot of Delaines and Poplins from
auction, which they will offer at fifteen and
twenty cents per yard. Call early and buy a
cheap dress, at No. 287'King street nov28-6
PARTIES in want ol doors, sashes, blinds,
mouldings, stair newels and balusters, will con?
sult their own interests by calling on or writing
to Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne street, where
they will find the strongest and cheapest stock
in the Southern t tat es. A specialty made of |
French and American window glase.
FOR COUGHS. COLDS ASD THROAT DISORDERS,
use "Brown's Bronchial Troches,"- having
proved their efficacy by a test of marty years.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
In velvet and leather bindings, 76 cents; old
price 90 cents.. In velvet and leather bind?
ings, 85 cents; old price $1. In velvet and
leather bindings, $1; old pt ice $1 25. Tn velvet
and leather bindings, $1 20; old price $1 50.
At Basel street Bazaar and East Bay News
-pHENIX INSURANCE COMPAI ;
6F BROOKLYN, NEW FORK. .
Cath Assets on ist November, 1871,
at market valuations.$1,922,076 30
Chicago losses cannot exceed $350,000, of which
$214,188 has been paid up to 14tb November, 1871.
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS taken as hereto?
fore in thia sound and responsible Company,
ft S. Y. TUPPER, Agent,
novlS-12_East Bay street.
^NDE8 INSURANCE t COMPANY OF
FINANCIAL STATXKHNT ?ANDX8 INSURANCE COM.
FANT, NOVBXBKR, 1871.
Cash on hand, m bank and in transit. $ 286,084 34
Bonds-United Stat es, 1 *
State, City and ?
County.I Market value. 390,078 34
Railroad Bends.J Market vaine. 8,900 00
Collateral Loans ). 99,600 00
and (Accrued Interest... 49,00000
First Mortgages, ). 697,196 68
BUlaJteoeivable. 9,847 66
Book Account B (Premiums and Agen?
cy Balances). 38,096 60
Amount received from stockholders
by Assessment..*.. 600.000 00
Liabilities with Chicago losses, $850,000.
PIKE AND MARINE RISKS taken as hereto?
fore In thia responsible Company.
S. Y. TUPPER, Agent.
novi8-i2_East Bay street.
XNTERNATTONAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY QF NEW YORK.
STATEMENT OF TUB INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE
.COUPANT, NOVEMBER 2D, 1871.
Cash tn Leather Manufacturer's Na?
tional Bank. $162,420 si
Cash oh hand. 2,448 90
U. 8. 5 20 Bonds, (MarketVane).... 22,250 00
U. S. 10-40R.nd?,(Market value)..:. 109,260 oo
U. 8. 6 per cent. 30 year Bonds,
(Market value). 389,612 50
U. 8. 6 per cent, issi Bonds, (Market
value). 11,626 CO
Virginia State Bonds, (Mark t vaine). 20,000 00
Alabama state Bonds, (Market value). 8,970 00
Georgia State Bonds, (Market value). 18,400 00
South Carolina Bonds, new, 6 per
cent. $20,000, (Market value). 7,800 00
Market Na Ional Bank Stock, (Market
Vatui).T. ? 3.688 00
Real Estate. 200,000 co
Loans on United States Bonds.!. 237,476 00
Loans on Bond and Mortgage.. 119,400 00
Premiums in course of transmission. 119,611 38
Debts for Premiums. 27,695 17
All other Securities. 17,073 65
Total Assets.$l,46fl,720 01
Including ail losses at Chicago now
in process of adjustment..$606,015
FIRE RISKS taken as heretofore in this respon?
sible Company. S. Y. TUPPER, Agent,
no vi 8-12 East Bay street'.
jpACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED
PRICE-$26 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article is prepared under the superintend
enceof Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly lor
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It was introduced by this Company two years
ago, and its use has fully attested Its value. 200
to 260 pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter wita a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains ail the elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a Finteaos Fertilizer,
while its economy most commend its lioeral use
to planters. For supplies and? printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noa es East Bay and l and 2 atlantic Wharr.
Charleston, S. C.
- JNO. S. REESE k CO., General Agents. .
Q O L TJ BLE
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
? FOR TIME.
Experience in the use or this GUANO for the
past six years In this State, for Cotton and Oom,
has so rar established its character for excellence
aa to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy or the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls pnt Into market ibis season at the above re
onced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o Its large facilities and the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies pot into market this season are, aa
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence or Dr. St. Julian Ravene), Chemist or
the Company, at Charleston, 8. C., hence planters
may rest assured t..at its quality and c mpotltlon
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Gnano at a cost
not exceeding the present value or 30 pounds or
cotton, while experience bas shown that under
favorable condition or season and cultivation, the
crop is increased by the ap licatlon from two to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
under no condition could Its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wnarf,
Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE k CO., General Agents.
M A. IS H O OD .
The vegetative powers of life are strong, bot lo
a few years bow often tbe pallid hue, the 1 ?ck rus?
tre eye, and emaciated form, show their baneful
influence. It soon becomes evident to the observ?
er that some depressing influence ls checking the
development of the body. Consnmpt'xc Ls tolled
of, and perhaps theyoorh ls removed from school
and sent Into the country. Tbls Is one of tbe
worst movements. Removed from ordinary di?
versions or the ever-changing scenes of the city,
the powers or the body, too much enfeebled te
give zest to health ru i and rural exercise, thoughts
are turned towardly upon themselves.
If the patient bea female the approach of tbe
menses ls lcokcd for with anxiety as the first
symptom In which nature ls to show her saving
power In diffnslng'theclrca'atlon and visiting tbe
cheek with the bloom of health. Alas I increase
ot appetite has grown by what lt fed on. The
energies of the system are prostrated, and the
wbole economy ls deranged. The beautiful and
wonderful period in which bo?y and mind under?
go so fascinating a change from child to woman
ls looked for in vain. The parent's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and fancies the grave but walting for
FOB WEAKNESS ARISING FROM EXCE8SES
OR EARLY INDISCRETION,
attended with the following symptoms: INDIS?
POSITION TO EXERTION, LOSS OF POWER,
LOSS OP HEMOKT, DIFFICULTY OF BREATH?
ING, General weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death,
Night Sweats, C. M Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of
Vision, Lat.gor, Universal Lassitude of the Muscu?
lar System, often Enormous Appetite with Dys?
peptic Symptoms, Hot Bands, Flushing of the
Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenances
and Eruptions on the Face, Fain m the Beck,
Heaviness of tbe Eyelids, Frequently Black Spots
flying before the Eyes, with temporary Suffusion
and Loss of Bight, Want of Attention, Great Mo?
bility, Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
Nothing ls more desirable to such patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more dread, for fear J
of themselves; no repose or manner, no earnest?
ness, no spec J lat ion ; but a hurried transition
from ons question to ano* ber.
THESE SYMPTOMS, IF ALLOWED TO GO ON
-WHICH THIS MEDICINE INVARIABLY RE?
MOVES-SOON FOLLOW LOSS OF POWEB,
FATUITY AND EPILEPTIO FITS, IN ONE OF
WHICH THE PATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
During the Superintended ce of Dr. WILSON at
the BLOUMINQDALE ASYLUM, this sad result
occurred to two patients. Season had for a tune
len them, and both died of epilepsy. They were
or both sexes, and abont twenty years of age.
Who can Bay that their excesses are not fre?
quently followed by those direful diseases, IN
SANITY and CONSUMPTION ? The records of 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 Bod den and quite, destitute; neither
mirth nor grief ever visits lr. Should a sound of
the voice occur it ls rarely articulate.
" With wofnl measures wan despair
Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled."
While we regret the existence of the above dis?
eases and symptoms, we are prepared to offer an
invaluable girt of chemistry for the removal of
IMPROVED ROSE WISH
Cures secret and delicate disorders in all their
stages, at little expense, little or no change in
diet, no Inconvenience, and no exposure. It ls
pleasant In taste and odor, immediate In its ac?
tion, free from ali" injurious properties, superse?
ding Copaiba and all other nauseous Compounds.
FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
There ls no tonic like it. It ls an anchor of hope
to the physician and patient. This is the testi?
mony or all who have used or pr?t cribed lt.
Beware of counterfeits and thc- e cheap decoc?
tions called Buchu, most of whick are prepared
by self-styled doctors, from deleterious ingre?
dients, and offered for sale at " less price " end
" larger bottles," Ac. They are unreliable and
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
PRICE SI 25 PER BOTTLE, OR 8IX
BOTTLES FOR $6 50.
Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms in
f I E1 A M P.OI.Ij'S
Established upward of twenty years, prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
No. 594 Broadway, New York,
No. 104 South Tenth Street, Phlladilphla, Pa.
*?-3ol(l by Ur ogg l?ts Every w here.-S*.
flhrrj ?000?, #t
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
FULL AND REGULAR
O F IE 3ST I 2ST C3
MONDAY, THE 20th INST.
Having recently returned from Sew York, I
most respect 'ally announce that my STORE will
be REGULARLY OPENED on and after toe 2otb
WITH FULL LINES
COMPRISING IN PART:
RICH BLACK AND COLORED
CLOAKS, SUITS AND SHAWLS,
WHITE GOODS, LINENS,
LACES Al LAUB GOODS,
AGENT FOB HARRIS'S
* EID GLOVES.
BLACK BUTTONS AND
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL FURS.
My entire stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IS NEW, purchased late, on most advantageous
terms, and will be offered at the LOWEST
j. rt. R,E^.I>,
No. 363 KING,
OPPOSITE HASEL STREET,
LOUIS COHEN ft 60.,
No. 248 King street,
Beg to draw attention to their varied Stock of
FOREIGN J)RESS GOODS,
Jost received, comprising ine choicest
and other Goods too numerous to mention. Par?
ticular attention ls drawn to
ONE HUNDRED PIECES
ENGLI8H MOHAIR POPLINS,
AT 26 CENTS, WORTH M CENTS,
A LARGE STOCK OF TWO-BUTTONED
FRENCH KID GLOVES,
AT ONE DOLLIE.
An early can is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COBLE IV ?fe CO.,
Nor248 KING STREET,
nov27_South, of the Big Boot.
THE LADIES' BAZAAR,
NO. 269 RING STREET,
Opporlte the New Masonic T.-m pie.
NEW STORE.:.NEW GOODS
THOMAS & LANNEAU
Respectful^ Invite the attention o' their friends
and the public to their choice aaa entirely new
JEWELRY, PL4TEDWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
now opening, including
Flue China and
Cut Glass Sets,
All of the latest and most beautiful styles.
A large assortment of FRENCH CHINA AND j
GRANITE DINNER, TEA AND CHAMBER
SETS, decorated and plain.
An inspection of our establishment ls solicited.
STEPHEN THOMAS, JB..W. 8. LANNEAU.
TTT ALTHAM WATCHES!
3-4 PLATE, 18 AND 20 SIZES.
These are the best WATCHES made In this coun?
try, and are made with and without Stem Wind?
They are finished in the best manner and run
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 our own order.
Our stock of these Watches ls now the largest,
and our prices, all things considered, are the low?
est in rte city.
BALL, BLACK ? CO.,
Jlf1LLIB8 AND SILVERSMITH S
Nos. 5o5 and 567 Broadway, New York.]
By WM. MCKAY.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS,
THIS MORNING, soth, at No. 84Qu:en street,
near King, at IO o'clock, wm besold.
The enure HnUaEHOLD FURNITURE, consist
lng or : Parlor, Bedroom and Dioingroom FURNI?
TURE, Paintings, Engravings, Bennets, Hair
and Moss Mattresses, Sheets, Pillows, Kitchen
Furniture, Stove, ac. nov3-.
By WM. McKAY.
CONTENTS OF A BARROOM.
THIA MORNING, 30th instant, at No. 84 ,
Queen street, near King street, at 12 o'clock, wu!
The entire CONTENTS OF BABROOM, consist?
ing of : FINE LIQUORS, Decanters, Bohemian
Glassware, Minors, Counters, Fixtures, Ac.
Terms ejah._n v80
SALE OF MULES AND HOBBES. ~
TBIS DAT, frhursday) November 30th, at I
ll o'clock, at the Kentucky Mme Lot, near Chris
tophet 'a Stables, I will selL
A prime lot of YOUNG MULES and HOBBES.
novSO-2? R. OA KM AN.
(5 reno flri}c 2Pistribttt on.
FOB THS BBNSFrr OF THB
FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Incorporated by Act of Assembly, 1870. Approved
March stn. 1871.
SECOND GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE AND
; DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS.
Awards of United States Gold Bonds, Diamonds,
Gold Watches, Jewelry. Ac., for the Benefit of the
Free School Fund, will take place on
SAT USD A T, DECEMBER 28,1871,
At No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, s. c., at l
o'clock, P. M., in public.
CERTIFICATE SHA BES ONE DOLLAR.
SCHE! ULE OF AWARDS.
One Award of a set of Diamond Ear-Rlngs
and Breastpin-the diamonds are large
and of the purest water. .Also a large
Solitaire Diamond Bing and a pair of
very heavy Gold Bracelets, with Tassels
(designate i as No. 1 m the awards,) val?
One Award of one set of Diamond Ear-Blogs
'and Breastpin, large and pure bril lan ta,
richly set < lesUnated as No. 2 m the
awards,) valued at.1,250
One Award of one set of Diamond Ear-Rings
and Brc? tpin. large brilliants, (dea g
nated as No. 8 In the awards,) valued ar. 1,000
One Award of one set of Diamond Ear-Kio gs
and Breastpin, (designated as No. 4 in
the awards.) valued at. 1,000
One Award of one large Diamond Cros3
Breastpin, large diamonds, (designated
as No. 6 m the awards,) valued at. SOO
One Award of one rich Cluster Diamond
Ring, (designated as No. 0 lu the awards)
valued a'.:..,. 400
One Award of one Custer Diamond King,
set ova], (designated as No. 7 in the
awards,) valued at. SOO
One Award of a Gentleman's Diamond Clus?
ter Breastpin, large diamond in centre,
(designated as No. 8 m the awards.) val?
ued at..-.'.. 700
One Award of a Bingle stone Diamond Ring,
(designated ss No. 0 in the awards;} val*
ned ar.-.. 100
One Award of a Lady's Geld Watch, with
splendid Gold ?pera Cham sad Tassels,
(designated as No. lo in the awards,)
valued at. 800
One Awani of a Lady's Gold Watch and
heavy Gold Opera Cham, (designated as)
No. ll In the awards.) valued at. 260
One Award of a Lady's Gold watch and
large Gold Chain, with Tassels, (desig?
nated ss' No. 12 In the awards.) valued
One Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and
large Opera Chain Tasselled. (designated
ss No. 18 in the awards,) valued at...... SOO
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch,
B ern winder, timing fifth and quarter
seconds, made by Jerggemon, one of the
best Urning watches in the United
States, with massive Gold Chain, (deslg
dated as No. 14 in the awards,) valued
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch,
stem winder, with large Gold Chain, (de?
signated as No. 16 tn the awards.) val?
ued at. 800
One Award ot a Gentleman's Gold Watch,
stem winder, and massive Gold Chain,
(designated as No. 16 in the awards,)
valued at. SOO
One Award.or a Gentleman's large Gold
Hunting Watch, made by Tobias, with
massive Gold Chain, (designated as No.
- 17 tn the awards,) valued at. 8C0
One award of a Gentleman's Gold watch,
stem windee, with heavy Gold Cham,
des'gnated ss No. 18 in the awards,)
valued at. 800
One Award of one set of Solid silver Spoons
and Forks, (designated as No. 10 in the
awards,) valued at. 200
One Award of one triple plated Tea Bet on
' White Metal, larg- Plated Walter, one
pair of Finit stands, and one pair Cake
Baskets, (designated as No. 20 in the
a wa' da,) valued at.. 200
Twenty Awards, each of a $50 United States
Gold Bond, new issue, valued at.1,000
[ Sixty Awards, each of one-fourth of a $100
Gold Bond, United States, new Issue,
valued each at $25. 1.500
AU the above awards can be examined at the
office or the Association, No. 147 Meeting street,
charleston, 8. C. All the diamonds are of the
pnrest quality, and are large and mounted in the
latest style, and have been expressly Imported by
Messrs. Larmour A Co, Jewellers, Baltimore,
Maryland, for the Association and-the values
named are Just at market prices The ladles of
Charleston are respectfully requested to call and
examine these beautiful goods.
Remen, ber, every Award must be distributed on
tbe day or the Baffle to the Certificate Holders.
The above Awards to be distributed in Gold
Bend?, Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac, in con?
formity to law.
For all orders, address
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.
147 Meeting street, Charleston, u.c.
Sfjirti ano Jnrnistjing ?cod?.
IN THE SOUTH.
ALL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
WITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market,
BEAUFORT, S. C.
This House, situated on Bay street, commands
a fine view of
and many of tbe Sea Islands. The travelling
public will find here a desirable and
and the invalid will find no better or more health?
ful climate on the
to spend the winter. The House ls within five
minutes' walk or Steamboat, and flfteen minnies
walk or Railroad communication. A good
has Just been added io the House.
Western Union Telegraph Office on first floor.
M. M. Kl NO MAN,
Onction Qait?~~Jrn???tt flJarj*.
MACQUEEN ?fe RIECKS
WILL SELL ON.-FRIDAY, THE FIRST
dav of December, 1871. at IO o'clock A. K?
Toe ENT?KE STOCK OP BITCH HE iT'S BAKE?
RY, Eats Bay. conducing in part or:
1603 poiJnr'B FRENCH PILOT BREAD
1 Machine, Soda Blscait Cutter
l Machine, Square Pilot Bread Cotter n-,
1 Machine, Spanish Bread entrer
1 Machine. Butter Cracker Cutter
Bake ?ten, Fixtures, Ac.
80 Bread Pana
2 Bread Troughs,
2 Work Benches
Moulds, Cutters, Ac. _
Also entire FIXTURES OF THE BTOBSand
Bakehouse, Showcases, Counter^ Shelving^-Ac.
By J. FRASER MATHEWBS,
R. 0. Daniel et al, TS. Linden Park Land
Company.-court Common- Pleas. Charleston
Comity. . ..v ..
By vin ure or an order of Hon. R. P. Graham,
Judge of the First Circuit. I will sell at pnillc
auction, at the Charleston Courthouse, on MON?
DA y, uth day of December, at ll o'clock A. M. -.,
Twelve Hrs: class plcttd WORK MULES, In
splendid order. ???????? YT?'
Terms cash. P. M. WHITMAN,
Sheriff of Beaufort county,
norao thltqtha8_ ;
- By LOWNDES A GBLMBALL,
Auctioneers. .i fj ? -?j s.' -
RACHEL E. JOHNSTONE VS. PETER
GOGRUIN, ST AL* tro ? ?
By virtue of an order of Court m the above case,
to me directed, will be ?old on THURSDATf the
21st day of December next; in front of the Court?
house, at ll o'clock A. M., ....
AU that Pit CE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
in the Pariah or kt John's Berkeley, in the Coon*
ty of Charleston, known aa "Cotebai," butting
and bounding north on Lands now or late of KUM
N. Bail, known os "Dean Ball," east on Cooper
River, son th on Lands or Wm. Tannant, tn own aa
"Bushley Park." and west on Mid way River.
Terms-One-third cash; balaam la OM and two
years, to be secured by bond, or bonds, of the
purchaser and mortgage rf the Landa *
E. W. IL MACKEY,
nov80-thls3thi_,_s. 0. 0.
By N. A. HUNT,
In the District Court cf the United state?
for the East ern District of South Carolina, In the
matter of william Vince, Bankrupt.
By virtue of an ore er of Court made 1? the
above case, I will offer ?or sale, at Pattie Auction,
on WEDNESDAY, the etb day of December A. D.,
1871, at.the st re, No. 427 King sear Oalhoon
street, Ouarleston, s. c., commencing at. io
An assortment of MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND
BOYS' BCPF AND CALF BOOTS, Brogans, Bal
morals. Congress, Oxford and 'Plough Shoal.
Women's Bufl and 8-rge Polish Balmorals and.
Serge Congress, and Children 's Shoes. Ac. .
The COUNTERS, Shelving, Gea Fixtures, Awn
Terms cash. H. L. P. BOLGER,
Assignee orWi?lam Vince, Bankrupt.
By W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BRUIS,
T7 LEG ANT NEW FURNITURE, BRTJS
H? SELS and Ingrain Carpets, p&no, Pictures,
Lase curtains, AC
wai ne sold on FRIDAY, let December, at io
O'Clock, tn Broad street, (south aldo, a few door?
from Rutledge street,) . .
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting in part
of- . ? *
Hair and Cane Seat. Parlor sad Ana CHAIRS.
Soma, Chromos, 0.1 Cloth? Stair Carpeting and
Roda,' Brussels and Ingrain carpels, Extension
Table, Centre Table. (Marbie-iop) Crockery,
0 ass ware, Marble Top Mdeooard, Be Oteada,
Bureaus, Wardrobes, LA? Curtains, Bair and
Moa? Mattresses, PU ai tera.
One est Walnut Bedroom FURNITURE, MarbMK
top. ., i,
One 7-Octave PIANO, Parlor Finish, (new.)
The above Furniture bu only been in pee thirty
? dava. .
I ferma cash. The house win be opened for the
inspection ot Hatters on Wednesday an* itara*
day, frotamos Cc eek. : novaatajaf
By W. Y. LEITCH A B. 8. BRUNS,
SALE UNDER THE DIRECTION ?FTHB
.'Commissioners of the Sinking Pond of South
win ne sold on FRIDAY, December uta. at ii
o'clock, at the north ?ide of tb? Old Pastomo?
The f olio wing described P&OCS OR PARCELS
OP LAND, the same havlog been return ed as the
Property or tba "State of Sonth CaroUna," snb
ject to the reservations cantalead tn the notice
hereto enbjolned: - . ti
1st. One TRACT OF LAND Bltuate, lying and
being m Groomsville, St. James Cooee Creek, 38
miles from the City of Charleston, and known as
tbe "Brick House Tract," containing 210 acres,
more or less.
2d. One TRACT OF LAND situ?t?, lying and
being in the Parish ot st. Jame i Beates, formerly
occupied by-Wetcost, and BOW by C. 41. Mc?
Coy, containing 2600 aeres, more or lees.
3d. TRACT OF LIND known aa th? "Powder
Magazine." In the City ot Charleston, Parish of
StPMllp's and 8t. Michael's. . . '
4th. TM at very desirable LOT OP LAMS at the
northeast corner of Line an? Meeting streets,
with Residence and an necessary oatbolldlng?,
now occupied as a farm ead residence; measur
lng on Mee-lng street 160 feet by 600 feet on Line
street, mnulag east and weat. ThU properer can
be subdivided Into Building Lota, snd offers a
good opportunity for an investment of capital.- ?a
contiguity to the terminas of the South carolina
and City jfanways renders lt a very desirable tn
6th. ONE ACRE OF LAMB on the west end ot
LINE STREET-high land. This property ls said
to be occupied by authorlty of tbe City Connell of
?th. A MOIETY OF LAND upon Morns Island,
formerly used aa a Lazaretto and Hospital
7th. THIRTEEN LOTS OF LAND on SPRING
STREET, designated hy Plats and numbered es,
07, 110, lil, 112,118, 370..260,12S, 124,123, 18?, 184.
. ALSO. . ' ? . '7.
8th. NINETEEN LOTS on PRESIDENT STREET,
designated by P. a ts n umber ed TO, 12,14.18, la, 24,
30, 83. 282, 284,286,288, 170,171, ITS, 178,174,176.
Also. . '
Otb. THIRTEEN LO rs on NORMAN STREET,
designated by Plata and known aa atajabcra le, 81,
231, ^, 43, 61, 82, 228, 22?, 280, 280, 2??, 282.
10th 1 WELTE LOTS 00 ASHTON STREET,
designated by Plata and known as Lots numbered
123, 124, li?, 128.12?, 180.76. 76, 77, 78, 46.
Uth. TEN LOTS upon ALWAY STREET, desig?
nated In Pitts and known as numbers 80, 8L 83,
83,84, 86, 736,134,133, 187.
13th. THREE LOTS upon FLTTDD STREET,
designated upon Plats as numbers 108, #7,4)1.
13th. Upon PINE STREET, 7 LOTS designated
upon Plat as Noa. 288, 215, 88,137, 141,143, 146.
14th. Upon ROBERT'S COURT, 7 LOTS, desig?
nated upon Plat as Noe. 61,6j, 68,364.366,368. .
161 h. Upon T ILLY COCRT, 16 LOTS, designated
as Noa 02, 04, 06, 98, 97, 08, 100, 101,102, luS, 104,
106, 107, 108. ? ' > '
16th. LOT on LINE STREET, north aide, between
Rcse Lane and Rutledge street
17th. Upon MAY COURT, LOTS designated as
NOS. 104, 105,107, 108.
18th. Upon CHESTNUT STREET, LOTS desig?
nated as Noa 116,117.
19th. Upon BEE STREET, LOTS designated aa
Noa 119, 200, 201, 203.
20th. Upon CHINQUAPIN STREET, LOTS desig?
nated as-Nos. 191, 180, 207.
2lBt. Upon CANNON COURT, LOTS designated
BS NOS. 103,104,105,108.108, 230, 204. .
" 32d. LOT OF LAND at the N. E. CORNER OP
SPRING STREET and WESTCOAT>S COURT.
23d. LOT OF LAND, at the northeast cornet
Spring and President streets.
24th. Several other LOTS In the City; partie .
lai s given hereafter.
Norn-The Title? to all the above advertised
parcels of Land are regarded as good in tbe State
of South CaroUna. ir, however, in any case, aap
other party has acquired valid title to any or the
said Lands, every such party ls heieby requested
to Immediately come forward and make the same
appe.tr to the Special Commissioner, at the office
of Messrs. WHIPPER, ELLIOTT A ALLEN, No.
el Broad street, Charleston, on or before the
thirteenth day ef De.ember next.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage of property. I urchaeers to pay for papera
and si amps. W. J. WHIPPER,
Auctioneers' flrim?e Sales, &'i
AT PRIVATE SALE, A PAIR OF FINE
Young North CaroUna MULES-sound and
gentle, and driven In a carriage for the last six.
months. Apply at HOLMES A MACBETH, No. 81
Broad street. nov27
JgLECTRO MAGNETIC BATTERIES, "
MEDICINE CHESTS, PHYSICIANS' SADDLE
For sale by DB. H. RAER,
ma-iu No. I31?ee?ng street.