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Meetings Thu Day.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, ort 7 P. M.
Typographical Union, ni half-past 0 I?. M.
Phoenix Fire Company, al half-past 7 P. M.
.Survivors' Association, at T P. M.
Tins POSTOKFICB will ho uiionod to-day for
ttio delivery or Mails from 8 lo VA. M. and from
half-past f. to hair-past ii 1'. M.
rUl.K OP DUAL I?STATK.-Mr. llulHOIl liOO
sold on Thursday a lot and buildings ott Ibo casi
side or President street, for $700.
THANKSGIVING DAT.-The banks und courin
will bo closed to day In honor or the President's
proclamation, appointing il a day of speciul
TnB OmCAPMT YKT.-Tltc NKWS Job OOlcc Ks
now printing bill heads in tho best style and on
Une paper, at $2?0 per thousand. Merchants, think
DKATTI OK DH. Bout.WAUK.-Dr. James It.
Boolware, a highly respected and worthy citizen
of Palrilcld County, died a*, his residence near
Qladdcu's (?rove un the 13th instant.
A Nsw MASONIC TBMPI.K.-Tho Grand Lodge
has authorized thc Charleston Masons to mort?
gage their present properly, raise money and
oreel a Masonic temple. It ls expected to cost
about $80,000, ami will bc ono or (ho most impos?
ing structures ill thc city.
Ooo? PASSAGE.-Thu now bark Annie Tor?
rey which Buv.ed from this port on thc 18th Octo?
ber Tor Liverpool, reached thal city on November
10th, making thc passage In thc excellent lime ur
about twenty-seven days. Tho A. T. was loaded
toy Messrs. W. Keach A Co.
A YALUARI.R ?Aitfio_Tho brig Mary M.
Francis, which was cleared on Monday last for
Havre, by Messrs. W. Moitch A Co., has on board
three hundred and si.\ly-ono bags sea island and
eight hundred and clghly-lhrco huies upland cot?
ton, valued at $lS0,'28t>, besides a lot of South Car?
olins phosphates aud rice.
Cuoion LIQUORS.-Mr. John B. Tognl has
Just received a lino assortment of choice liquors,
elgars, tobacco and fruit. Among thc former Ls
aa article known as Velvet whiskey, or a ripe ago
and a rich bouquet. It can only bc compared to
thc "vocal velvet" of the New York blondes, and
nlno drops will make thc fort?nale draughtsman
foci like playing on velvet tho rest of bis life.
SonvTVORa' ASSOCIATION.-Tho Survivors'
Convention, composed of delegates from thc du?
reront associations throughout tho State, will meet
kt 1 P. M. to-day. Thc object or the convention
ls to form a central association or grand lodge,
and elect oflloers for thc same. A number or
prominent cx-rcbs are m tho city and will be pres?
ent at tho meeting. A banquet will be given In
HONOR TO WUOM HONOR IH DUR.-Mr. It. S.
limns, who has so ably Ulled thc position of M.
TT. Grand Secretary to thc Grand Lodge, tender?
ed Ids resignation, and refused repeated solicita?
tions to allow his name to bo used for rc-clccllon.
Thc Grand Lodge, justly appreciating tho merila
ef tho retiring otllccr, passed a resolution to pre?
sent him with a suitable Masonic jewel as a token
of their esteem.
TUK BART DAY FIRE seems unquenchable.
The heavy ralu of Tuesday could not subdue it,
and last night thc flamen burst out with such
force as lo endanger thc adjoining buildings, and
eauso dire forebodings in mercantile circles. Thc
Yigilant boya were notified, and arter an hour's
hard work lt was decided that thc Ure was so
thoroughly dead that lhere was no danger of a
resurrection a la Phoenix.
Ruinous,ACCIDENT.-On Friday, tho 12th In?
stant, while a young man named Malachi Hagan,
in the employ or Mr. James G. Padgett, or coi ie
ton, was greasing an iron sugar mill his right
hand was caught by thc cogs, and heroi c thc mo?
tton could bc arrested, two or tiLs fingers were cut
on* and his hand crushed in a rrlghirul manner.
In his eirorts to relievo himself an artery was
torn from his urm about ten or twelve inches iii
Two NEW HALLS.-It is not generally known
that the bnUding or thc Academy or Musio will
contain, beside thc theatre, two Iargu and com?
modious halls fronting on King street. These arc
on thc second and third stories, tho latter being
thc largest, with galleries on three sides aud fully
capablo of scating one thousand pcrsous com?
fortably. Oders have ?CCH made for these halls,
but Mr. Chadwick has not closed with thc parties
offering. Thc hulls will be finished in a superior
manner, and bc in thorough kecpiug with tho cu
MURDERER ARRKSTKD.-Tho Norfolk Journal
of Tuesday says: "Captain Hicks, of thc Charles?
ton (S. C.) police, arrived in this city on Saturday
night, in search or a negro named Willis German,
charged with brutally murdering H. IL Headford,
a merchant or Chu neston. Captain Hicks report?
ed tho case to the Mayor, who detailed Chicer
Merchant, one of thc moat skilful and deter?
mined of our police, to assist in 'working np thc
case,' which was done in a very short time, and
thc fagin vc from justice was arrested at one of
tho low doggeries on Union street. Gcrmau will
be taken back to Charleston for trial."
SHOOTTHQ APFUAY IN LAU US NH.-On laat
Friday during tho public sale at Laurens Court
house, a brawl arose between two freedmen.
Mr. Sidney Armstrong interfered, which was ob?
jected to by Mr. Saml. D. Owlngs, who formerly
owned one of tho negroes. A few bot words
passed, and thc disputants drew their pistols and
eommonccd firing. Mr. Owings was killed, and
Mr. Armstrong was at once committed te jail. Mr.
Owlngs was a highly respectable citizen, and
leaven a wife and several children.
MASONIC FAIR.-There has been no enter?
tainment in Charleston since thc war that has
proved such a draw as tho Fair of thc Masonic
fraternity. Last night the crowd was fearful.
Promenading was out of thc question, und only a
slow motion around the hall could he observed.
This rendered the visitors completely at thc mercy
of thecntcrprlslug merchants. Retreat was Im?
possible, and greenback was thc response to every
demand. Tho victims were literally fleeced, but
they took the intllctlon good-naturedly, and only
regretted that their pilo was limited. One rurul
andor, whose pockets were plethoric, was heard
to say that "if he had as many bills aa could burn
up a wet mule" he would spend them all on tho
Fair. Thc laides show bul lit tlc signs of thc havoc
mulloon them during the three dny's engage?
ments, and thc fair venders or unmentionable
nick-nacks slate Unit their ammunition is nol yet
expended, nor Hielr harvest gathered. To-mor?
row afternoon thc orphan children und those of
tho Widows' Home have been cordially Invited to
pay tho Fair a visit.
TIIR SOUTH CAROLINA CLUB_A meeting of
young men, In attend?mes upon the Fuir from
dureront portioiisor thc State, was held in Colum?
bia, on Friday evening last, willi tho viuw to the
organl/.ni ion ora society for'ho purpose of pro?
moting social Intercourse amongst the gentlemen
of South Curullua. Tho society, under the namo
Of tho "South Carolina Club," was duly organized
by the election ol Ute following oftlcors: William
T. Oary, Kdgclleld, president; Wado Hampton,
Bichland, J. S. Iteywaru, Colleton, Paul Haskell,
Abi.oville. William D. Aiken, Fairfield, David
Bemphlll, Chester, vice-presidents; Wado Man?
ning, lllchland, treasurer; IL K. Ellison, Fairfield
secretary. ' An executive committee, composed
of tho officers, was charged ?villi the duty ol
drafting a suitable constitution, and of perfect?
ing arrangements lor au anniversary ball, lo be
given by the club on tho occasion or and In con?
nection wl'h tho next Pair of Ute South Carolina
Agrlcullni .d ani) Mechanical Society. (len Hem cn
desiring to become members will forward appli?
cations to Mr. Wado Manning, at Columbia
TUE OR AUD LODGE, A. E. M.
\ mu ti rel Meeting-Second x I*rn
Thc Gran?) Lodge WUK called on nt 0 A. M.
Tho CoMIUlttcfl on Treasurer's Hook? made
their report, which wunadopted.
Uatesvlllc L?>rtgc, No. ia?, wa? allowed to adopt
the rule? of the Grand Lodge a? the by-hiwHor
ttatd lodge, and lite rule requiring a lodge to pre
Hcnl a copy of by-laws met suspended lu their
Ilopo Lodge, No. Itt, waa permitted to move
four miles uortli or their present place of meet?
ing, for thc purpose or building a now Masonic
Kureka Lodge, No. 47, and Mount Willing Lodgo,
No. 57, were allowed to abolish their by-laws and
adopt thc rules or tho Gram! Lodge for tholr gov?
independent Lodge, Ko. SI, was permitted to
change ils lime or meeting from the first Satur?
day before Hie full moon to Ute fourth Saturday of
Permission wan granted to Blackville Lodgo,
No. 03, to change their tlay and hour or meeting
rroni the Oral Friday or each month, al io A. M.,
to the tlrst Saturday in eaclt month, at early can?
Thc Committee on Hispcnsatlons reported, re?
commending that charters bc granted lo thc roi
lowlng lodges: Union Lodge, Union; New Pros
peel Lodge, spart auburn: Schroder Lodge, Green?
ville; St. Matthew's Lodge, Orangcburg; U alloy ?a
Lodge, Greenville; Society Hill Lodge, Darlington:
Kdlslo Lodge, Kdgo?eld; Pleasant Cross Lodge,
Udgcllcld; Pacolct Lodge, Sparlanburg; Pomarla
Lodge, Newberry; Lexington Lodge, Lexington;
Kvergrecn Lodge, Beaufort; -Lodge, ehes?
tem ld; Savannah Uiver Lodge, UuntWClL
A co. nt in m tea i io IL from lite Grand Lodge or
Ohio in rererence to the Supreme Council or Lou?
isiana was referred to thu Com mil', ac on Grand
Permission was granted to Washington Lodge,
No. 74, to change its place of meeting from Indian
Ulli to Long Cane, Tour tulles distant.
Kock Ulli Lodge, No. ill, and Egeria Lodge, No.
Ol, were permitted to abolish their by-laws and
adopt thc rules or thc Grund Lodge.
Rascomvillo Lodge, No. St?, was allowed to
change its present place or meeting to Rich nm,
whore the lodge is now creeling a now Mas?me
building-distance three and a hair miles.
Resolved. That the secretaries of subordinate
lodges in this Jurisdiction be required to furnish
thc Grand Secretary with a list of thc names and
address of thc ofllccrs Immediately aUor their
election and Installation.
Resoled, Thnt the Grand Secretary be re?
quired to publish, with Hie proceedings of this
Grand Lodge, thc names and posiolllce address
or tho W. Masters and secretaries or subordinate
lodges, together with thc time or meeting or each
Caldwell Lodge, No."82, was permitted to change
its lime ot meeting from tho Oral Saturday on or
af 1er thc full moon in each month, to the Satur?
day before or on thc full moon in each month.
Thc special order for ll A. M. was discharged,
tho resolutions ordered to bc printed willi thc
proceedings of this Grand Lodge, and to bc made
tho special order for 1 P. M. for tho first day of
thc next annual communication or tho Grand
Tin- Committee on Appeals and Grievances
made their report, which was adopted.
Thc Committee on Per Illein and Milcngc made
their report, which was received as tnrormation,
and committee discharged.
Thc Commitlc on New Hall, through Uro. F. A.
Conner, chairman, submitted their report, recom?
mending thc adoption or thc plan reported yes?
terday by a part of thc Hall Committee, and sub?
mitted by Uro. Levin as chairman, authorizing
thc mortgaging of tho present building, ami re?
ferring lt to a special commit tee of three, in con?
nection with Hie Grand Master, Deputy Grand
Master, Grand Secretary and Grand Treasurer, to
purchase a site for new a hall, which, after con?
siderable discussion, was adopted.
Urolher J. R. Kershaw, from Committee on
Grand Master's Address, then presented their
report, which was adopted:
Thc following report of thc Committee on Grand
Secretary's Report on foreign Correspondence
was presented by the chairman, Brother O. L.
H?lst, and was unanimously adopted:
' Thc committee to whom was referred thc
Grand Secretary's report upon foreign correspon?
dence would respectfully present Hie following
report: They havo read with much Interest and
pleasure the able document of ?ur Grand Secre?
tary, and regret Hint the limited lime allotted to
them prevents ihcm from giving tho report
that careful examination, to which it is so
em in i ii 11 v entitled. All or (ho principles of Ma?
sonry embraced therein are expounded with
great force and power. Thc ability and laborious
research of our Grand Secretary has been or vast
be ne iii lo Hie order in our Stale, and must com?
mand Ute study and admiration of our universal
order. Your coin mutee can only recommend its
attentive perusal by cadi and every member
connected with our order. Il will entertain Ute
minds of thc brethren, give conllrmalion to their
great views or true Masonic principles and pre?
cedents, and exhibit practicable Illustrations or
that harmonious and brotherly love which is the
foundation st one of our order. Thc zeal, energy,
good feeling aud sympathy manifested by Hie
brethren lu this Jurisdiction, us exhibited in thc
report, is a matter of profound congratulation.
They arc tho elements winch Insures our contin?
ued prosperity and success, and thc true index of
nobler rosults in thc future.
Your committee deeply regret to learn that our
Grand Secretary is no longer ablo to give tho
craft thebcnciil or his valuable sorviccs in lils
present capacity. His labors have been indeed
arduous. His complicated and manifold duties
have been pei formed with untiring zeal and dili?
gence. Well done, thou good and faitiifui ser?
vant, will ho thu unanimous expression of this
body. While your committee have read his
farewell with much regret, they arc conscious
that his devotion lo tho principles of oar order
will at all times Induce a ready response to any
duty which may bo required, and that tho privi?
lege will be oars of enjoying the benefit or his
profound Masonic knowledge in the future.
Your committee would, in conclusion, recom?
mend that t he thanks of this body bo returned to
tho Grand Secretary for the labor and learning
exhibited in his report, which reflects credit upon
himself and the fraternity at large, and that they
be allowed further tims to report more'extensive
ly on the same. >
Brother Heston, Wlnyah Lodge, No. 40, was
granted leavo of absence for the balance of tho
The special order of the day, was the election of
officers for tho ensning year, with the following re?
sult: James Conner, M. W. O. M.; w. K. Blake, IL
W. ri. 0. M.; James Mcculloch, IL W. S. O. w. ; a.
L. Holst, R. W. J. a. W.; li. W. Shroder, K. W.
O. T.; B. R. Campbell, u. w. c.s.; Rev. J. R.
Pickett, R. W. 0. C. N. Levin, P. K. Coburn, W.
J. Trim, Charles Inglcsby, Hall Committee.
Brother R. S. limns was nominated time arter
time for tho position of Grand Secretary, and
only hts repeated refusals prevailed liion thc
lodge lo cense their entreaties and elect another.
Lodge then called off until half-past 3r.lt
The Grand Lodgo called ou al 3:30 P. M.
Thc special order, tho report or tho Committee
on Rules or Order, was taken up and thc report
Tho Com mutee, on Grand Lecturer's report pre?
sented their rcporl, which was adopted.
A motion to amend the Cons tum lon by striking
out. Article III, was read tho first lime and laid
over Hil next annual communication.
On motion, lt was
Resolved, That a committee bc now appointed
to rcporl on tho next report ol Hie Grand Secre?
tary. and that the Grand Secretary be instructed
to furnish each member of said emil millee a print?
ed copy ot lils report al least two weeks before
the next annual co m in un lea tl on or tho Groud
On motion, it was
Resolved, That, as a token of appreciation for
his past service.i as Grund Secretary, thal this
Grand Lodgo present Uro. IL S. Bruns an appro
priatc Masonic Jewel.
On motion, lt was further
Resolved, That tho next annual communication
of tho Grand Lodge bo hold In Charleston, S. C.
Bro!, ll. F. Howell, Catawba Lodge, No. 100, abd
Bro. Rufus Lancaster, of Pacolcl Lodge, were al?
lowed leaVO of absence.
Brui IL 8. Bruns presented hts credentials, and
was hailed es representativo In this jurisdiction
of thu1 Grand Lodges of Missouri and Tennessee.
Rros. Lloyd, Davis and Rock wero appointed a
commut?e to procure a sullablo Jewol for Bro.
Ilrttii i. i
On moiton, it was
Ri's'plwtl, That tho Grand Master be requested
to Incorporate In his next annual address such
decisions UH polilla or Masonic law us he may
make during '.he year, and which may he or gene?
ra) Interest?.) tbe craft.
. On motion, it was
lUnolvea, That Society lilli Lodge bo allowed to
abolish i IB by-laws and adopt those of tuc Grand
! An amendment to Article loof ihcConittlttition
dr Grnnd Lodge wan read thc drat limo, nod luid
over lill thu next regular communication.
' An amendment to Article IM or tho conman
Hon was read once and laid over lo thc next an?
I Thc report of thc Committee on SprclolCharity,
reporting thc amount expended iii charity, $705,
was received us Information.
Tho rollo winn officers were subsequently ap?
Senior ?rand Deacons-Broa. Z. II. Ourwilc, ll.
Junior Grand Deacons-Bros. Charlea 1'. Town
aClld, G. M. Jordan.
Grnnd Stewards- Ilma. D. M. Gl'.curist, or Mar?
lon; T. A. De Lorine, or Sumter.
Grund Murshal-Uro. P. K. Coburn.
Thc session or the Grand Lodge was marked by
great harmony, aud haH resulted In the accom?
plishment or much for thc good and benefit of
CKUMIIS.-(?corgo Curtis hus been appointed
a magistrale for Beaufort Dna net, and A. ll.
Bristow Tor Darlington County.
.Thc threatened mandamus on thc City Council?
calling upon them lo proclaim un election rur AI
dermunlc vacancies, IIOH not yet sccu light.
Thc Injunction ugalnsl paying money ou Hie
Corhlu claim hos not been served on thc Mayor or
Divine acrvlco will he held to-day ut most of
tho churches, lu accordance with the President's
Tho heavy rain or Tuesday night choked np Hie
guners In nearly every-part or thc city, and they
now need Hie attention or Hie street brigade.
On Wednesday the -juli instant, the stockhold?
ers or thc Planters' and Mechanic*' Bank will go
into an election for Tour directors.
Tho meeting or tho stockholders or thc Charles?
ton Hank will bc held on the 23d (nalani. Thc
reporta or thc president ami board of directors
will bc read, und efforts made to resume active
Theodore F. Bunch has been appointed captain
ol thc night inspectors ul tho Castomhonau, and
not night watchman os reported.
Ula slated that thc additional force or Custom?
house employ?e? will be needed to prevent thc
Importation or morphine.
The Marine Hospital property hos been trans?
ferred from thc charge or thc Freedmen's Uurcuu
to Messrs. A. Tooraer Porter, G. A. Trcnholm arid
S. L. Bennett, aa a apcciul truat, for educational
purposes, on condition that pupils shall not bc
excluded on accouut or race, color or previous
Thc annual meeting or thc stockholders of thc
Hine Ridge Railroad Company will bc held to?
morrow, at 12 M., at thc Mayor's oMcc.
Thc fireman's table, Woahlngtou Lodge, ia thc
centre of attraction at thc Fair, and thc competi?
tion la quite lively. It ls hard to say who will wlu,
as all arc in earnest.
COURT OK CKSKUVI. SKSSIONS, HON. It. B.
CAHTKNTKU, PiiBaiDiNU.-Thc tallowing casca v/cre
John Kline, assault with Intent to kill and as?
sault und battery, lt. S. Thariu, Ksq., tar the de?
fence. Gullly of assault and battery. This was
u -ns'.- of assault by Kline, an employee of thc
Cily Hospital, on Carr, a Bick patient. Thc latter
wus beaten with a Hlrap, l?nt several witnesses,
including thc City Physiclnua, having testified
that thc blows could not have produced deulh,
aa the putlcnt waa in a dying condition previous
lo thc attack, thc ii rsl indict mont was withdrawn,
aud a verdict of guilty rendered on thc accoud.
Joe Bailey-horse stealing. R. W. Seymour,
Esq., for thc defence. Guilty.
Jake Robinson-breach of trust and larceny,
w. J. Whipper for thc defence. Guilty.
Thomas Rooney-burglary and larceny. G. R
Walker, Ksq., for the defence. Not guilty.
Cxsar Small-assault with intent to kill, and
assault and battery. Guilty of assault and bat?
Thc Grand Jury returned true bill In the follow?
James Henry alias Bull Bead- larceny of notts.
George Blain, Lemuel Cox and James Kelly
highway robbery and assault aud battery.
John Morrisey-assault and battery.
Theo. F. Bunch-assault and battery.
No bill waa returned In the following caaes:
Susan Fishburn, Pauline Fiahbnrn, Tabby Wil?
liams and Pompey Virgil-assault and buttery.
Susan Brooka and May Brown-larceny and lar?
ceny Of notes.
Alfred Singleton-assault and battery.
Rachel Smiley alias Stephens - assault and
Charles Cunningham and Frank Simmons
burglary and larceny.
A verdict of gullly of murder in the Drat degree
waa rendered In thc case of thc two Nixons, in?
dicted ror thc murder of Churles Richardson, all
Tun UNITKI? STATES CO?IIT- Flow, GKOROH S.
BRYAN, i* uK.siDiKo - in Bankruptcy.-Tho Judge
approved of'thc tallowing appointments of as?
signees: W. C. Slmmakc, assignee of J. W. Nor?
wood, of Greenville, and J. R. Fowler, assignee or'
W. A. Check, or Laurens.
The tallowing petitions tar Anal discharge were
referred to Registrar Carpenter, viz: Bx parte W.
B. Lee, J. M. Wooddcll, H. S. Crabb and J. H. Lee,
The petit lona or J. R. Cochran, of Anderson, and
darrell A Shell, of Laurena, for Anal dlacbarge,
were referred to Registrar Jaeger.
Ccrtiacates of Anal dlacbarge were Issued,
ander the 8cal or tho conrt, to thc tallowing per?
sons, vis: W. G. Allen, of Beaufort; John Wiloy,
of Darlington; V/. H. Burgess, W. M. Reese,
ormsby Blandlng, J. Chamber, J. Meyers and D.
A. Fox worth, of Sumter.
Bx: parte D. J. Winn, In rc Joshua Meyers. Peti?
tion for sales of choses in action. Order of sale
/nj (fte cirouit Oourt.-J. and T. Greene TS. Tho
Bank or Georgetown and Manning A Def or rest.
Bill ror Injunction to restrain tho creditors of the
bank, Mesara. Manning A Dcforreat, from pursu?
ing a ault nt law for tlie amount or their claims.
Messrs. Rutlcdgo A Toung tar complainants, and
Wm. Whalcy, Ksq., tar Manning A Uotarrest. A
greater portion of tho morning waa consumed in
hearing argument, after tho conclusion or which
tho Judge ordered substantially as tallows:
Th?t tho president and directora or thc Bank ol
Georgetown do occonnt fully tar their adminis?
tration ur tho assets thereof, and surrender tho
aaane, together with any title deeds of real c?tale,
property, real, peraonul and mixed, nil evidences
tav tho payment or money, Including billa, notes,
bunds, or other choses in action, lo lt. H. Fraser,
thc duly appointed receiver, on giving bonds willi
personal security double thc amount or the present
valuq or thc assets, thc same to be unproved by
the Clerk or thc Court? Thc said aaacta to IKS de?
livered to him, to bo collected in thc moat expedi?
It waa further ordered that tho Clerk of the
Court act as special referee to notify all claimants
to provo demands, all creditors being restrained
from instituting any suits against thu bank.
Tu KAT mu AI..-Mark Read und Miss Florene?
La Fund will be hero to-day. Manager Ford with
I he ciiapman Slater Troupe ia also expected. Mr.
Otis' Burlcsquo Opora Troupe had mado arrange?
ments to perform at i he Hibernian Hall next
week, but lt la doubtful ir thc contract will bo
fulfilled. The Newcombe Minstrel Troupo will,
however, positively opon on Monday night, and
tho Fair will bo a thing nf the post.
STEAM ron LITKUPUOI_Mesure. IL Muro
A Co. cleared yesterday the llrltlsh steamship
Harlen, Captain Polers, tar Liverpool, with 103
bags sea Island cotton, iOJt bales upland cotton,
ll I le tees I Ice, 20 bogheads tobacco and 130 tuna
South Carolina pinup hates. Wo are pleased to
nullo o among tho ubovo cargo a small ship?
ment' or choleo Carolina rico. The Danen
will ijo im mediately, followed by the. steamship
MamJora, now on her passage from Liverpool,
and near at hand.
LABOR Alfn CAPITA Ti.
A L*ttrr from thc Hon. W. H. Ilrncrry.
TO THU BD1TOR OK TUB NEWS.
I was pained to nco my namu uai-d, by one of
thc apenkera ut u late meeting of the workingmen
of Charleston, us thc rhampioa of a class. While i
huvc ever been the friend of thu workingman uu<l
mechanic, ll. lu evidently In had taste Tor any par?
ticular elura lu a community to array Itself
against ud others; and while I fully appreciate
thc compliment len tiered me by my comrades of
thc uris, 1 must feel that I am eipiully indebted to
many warm friends in almost every class of our
(-'immunity for tho high honor conferred upon
mc, In being selected to represent them lu so hon?
orable a body ns our Senate of 1W!0; and I would
further say thal it ia my opinion that any one
who* would consider thc Interest of but ono class
of hts community in auch a piuco, la unworthy of
thc position to which they hud elevated him.
.So far ns the organization of our Industrial
classes Into societies, for their mutual protection,
bcncllt and elevation, la concerned, thia is bul.
right ?ind proper, and eminently a. move in thc
right direction; bul when they do this ut thc ex?
penso of all other classes, and with ii view lo
compel a larger support than competition will
wurrum, then have they lost sight of the high
ulm for which they set out, und no movement can
succeed which expects to build up one InlC'st at
thc expense of pulling down another cqu , en?
titled to support, lu my humble JUdgU ' this
ls nut a time for exciting discord between em?
ployers and employees, and If our sensible work?
ing men will look the matter rightly in the face,
tiley will find thal lt is not thc disposition of
those who arc now ainu ding them a placo fur
earning tx support tn oppress and grind them; but
that tbc want of u belier support is lo bo laid ut
thc door of our common misfortunes. Thc Ruler
of our destinies hus tried us In a scathing furnace,
and those who arc worthy will como out brighter
for thc trial; but let no man think bc has dono a
worthy act, when, nombiuiug lo help his fellow?
man, ho force, another to pay thc coats of his be?
A glance ul the condition of our community ls
sulllclciil to show that I he present auffcring of our
working classes Ls not thu result of u disposition
on thc part of employers to oppress their em?
ployees; for if this waa thc case then thc Urst
class would bc enjoying thc luxuries of wealth,
while the latter would be enduring even severer
trials than what ia now their lot. Can you who
look back to days of plenty without taxation now
expect to enjoy those halcyon days In tho midst
of repeated loss of crops, which have always re?
warded you in post years with employment, com?
petence and comfort]? Can you expect thc ?ame
results with fields stripped by caterpillar and
drought? I bear you'answer, no I Then do not
blame yonr fellow-man, nor on All-wise Provi?
dence; neither act yourselves up against either,
but, accepting thc situation like men, let us all
determine to uphold one another, lill Cod's bless?
ing ahull nt lust reward our endurance, and give
us once more plenteous liai vests, und overruling
the present tyranny, relieve us from these taxa?
tions which ure grinding our city and State to the
It may bc asked why some are now crying ont
under these dtnicullica r I answer, lt ls because
Ibo (casona of thc war have been forgotten, and
that close cctmoniy which would make both emla
meet Ia lost sight of in thc effort to bc like some
of our neighbors who ure more thrifty und pros?
perous than ourselves. i,< i us go back to these
lessons, though they arc hard to study, and wc
will (Ind that lhere ure very few who have patient?
ly tolled ou that arc not better on* to-day than
they were live years ngo. Accept thc lessons,
then, and, instead of handing together to force
others who arc not able lo do more for you, unite
In a common brotherhood, determined thal by
greater Individual exertion and strict economy
you will bo moro useful to your community and
to each other. Aa au evidence of thc correct nous
of the last piece of advice, aud alao aa a proof
that employers arc not enriching themselves nt
thc expense Of thc employees, 1 Will stale, In con?
clusion, that thc economy forced on three of my
employees, by thc comilit?n or bnslncaa In thc
past two years, requiring mc to hold back a part
of their pay, was thc means, when thc Improve?
ment tn business enabled mc to meei these cn*
gagemcnts, .if enabling them to undertake the
purchase ol moderate-priced domlclla for their
ramilles, while your humble servant still piuca for
hui own vine and Hg tree.
Very respectfully, jonra,
WILLIAM S. I! BM BUSY.
FIRST BRKJAUK ol' SOUTH CAROLINA REOU
I.ARS.-Thc monumental association or this brig?
ade bold a meeting on Tuesday at Walkcr'a Read?
ing Roora, which was well attended, a number or
delegates rrom thc Interior being present. Thc
object or thc naaoclallon la to ralao a monument
to the memory of those or thc brigade who died
In service. The surviving members have taken
thc matter In hand, and the movement will un?
doubtedly provo successful. An historical record
ol thc brigade waa read by Lieutenant William
Johnstone, and arrangciuontB made for a com?
plete and thorough history of thc brigade.
A If OMI. ESTABLISHMENT.-WC invite the at?
tention or thc fi lends of Tm: NKWS in the city and
throughout !he Slntc to thc excellent facilities
which our oiiiee enjoys for the prompt execution
of all kinda of Book and Job Printing. Fully pro?
vided with new type and machinery or thc latest
and most approved pattern, and having a large
and carefully selected stock of cards, envelopes
and pnpera or nil qualities, Tun NEWS Job Ofllcc ia
now prepared to HU orders for every description
of plain and ornamental printing In tho very beat
manner, and at rates at least as low as any other
establishment in the Southern States. OaU ut
TUB NEWS building (up-alalra) and examine our
scale of prices and specimens of our work.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.-A meeting of thc Bar
of Charleston wu held in thc Equity Oourt-room
yesterday, to pay a tributo to the memory and
services or thc late fJencral W. E. Martin. Ed?
ward McCrady, Esq., was oallcd to the chair, and
M. L. Wilkins, Esq., requested to act as secretary.
The chairman stated thc object of tbo meeting,
and the Hon. W. D. Porter, after a graceful and
touching culogium, offered a preamble and reso?
lutions, which wero seconded by the lion. C. G.
Mom minger In an earnest address. Eulogies upon
the Ufo and character of the deceased were de?
livered by Mr. Thomas M. llanckel, lion. J. B.
Campbell and Mr. C. R. Milos.
Tho preamble and resolutions were sent to this
ofllcc at so late an hour us to preclude their pub?
Hotel Arrivals-November 17.
J. E. Bcnlick, Union; Misa l'hobc williams,
Lanrcns; Miss Jennie Xllgorc, Spartunburg; Misa
Lillie Vance, South Carolina; O. S. ?cot l, wife,
two ohlidr*n and nurse, Mlss.Scoit, J. Blumenthal,
John l.t. Hy rue, New York; E. F. Brown, East
Plorlil--.; J. IL I'awlcr, ludy and two children,
Florence; T. G. Rosenburg, 0. ll. Fowler, New
York; E. F. Burrowa, ((radford Springs; Mrs. A.
B. Charles, Miss Charles, Misa V. Williamson. Miaa
R. C. Williamson, IL S. Wilda, Darlington; W.
(Hy Un rue, Camden; II. Williamson, J. A. Williams,
E. P. Williamson, Darlington; W. T. McKown,
F. Ilcttraath, Augu ua; W. H. NlblCB, W. D. Mc?
Millan, Blackville; ll. A. Ton, Orangeburg; W.
Alton, Spartauhurg; Jan. II. McMullan, Ilurtwlll,
Ga.; G. P. Trotter, 1 Mire field; W. Plchford, Wal?
halla; C. N. Parrot!, Darlington; N. O. Murphy,
M. D., Marlon; I'. K. Coburn, Summerville; G.
Walt hour, Havannah.
, Ulll.s HOL'Sn.
0. W. Tatteni, Chattanooga: J. M. King, Hur?
rah', li. Y.; Wm. I). Kyle, New York; O. D. Peck,
Atlanta; ll. ll. Lovelace, Newberry; Geo. S. Kcn
uody, Philadelphia; J. H. Pullers, Frog Level, a
C. ; John Moroso, Captain McMniheala, Captain J.
N. l'an ls h, City; ll. C. Huggett, South Carolina;
0. II. IHtUseomb, Canada; Chas. A. Drnko. tlalll
rooro; John W. G ru vos, Topeka; ll. J. Roberta,
Philadelphia; W. L. Dcl'osa, Mrs. Dol'aas and
child, j Camden; Wm. Wallace, tulum h. a; A. 8.
(?al Ila rd, Wi limbon/; W. L. Hughes, IX>UlSYlUo,
Mt tr 8 I IT MS H S NOTICES.
TUM NRW OTKRA-UOUHM.-T?O KUCCCSH Of UlC
new Opcra-Houso is certain, because il is next
<(oor (o Von Sanlcn's lamons liaxanr, No. '?I'}
King sired. Tile Hi ree principal places of attrac?
tion for si rangers ure: The Masonic Ka lr, thc
new Oporu-lloiisc, anti last, hut not leas'., "Hanta
Ulatis' Headquarters," (Von San te n's Ba/.aar.)
Our country friends sliouhl visit Hus lasl named
establishment hy all means.
FOR AN IRKITATKD THROAT, OOIKJII ?nt COLD,
"Brown's Uronchlal Troches" arc oUterod willi
Ihe fullest confidence in their olllcacy. They have,
been thoroughly ?estell, ami maintain thc gd id
reputation I hey have Justly ur ipi ired. As lhere
are Imitations, be sure to obtain thc genuine.
IF TOD WANT n good sole leather trunk, cull
at chapeau A lleffron's, No. 08 Meeting street,
next to Hills youse. nevis 1
CHANNRL OTSTKRS, larger nnd morn deli?
cious than thc mill pond, will ho delivered at thc
residences, Itara the oyster farra, foot or lice
street, commencing friday, the llMh. Tho placen
where orders ran be left arc designated lu tho ad?
Mii.i.8 IIOUHH MAIR DKKSHINU E til-onion_
Warm and ('old llallis.
novlT 4* Proprietor.
(SOVKIINIIRNT BlCCl.KI.LAN S.lnlM.KS Ililli team
harness Tor sale low at Chapeau A lleffron's, No.
08 Meeting street, ucxl io Mills House,
TitK MII.I.S liotiSK, heretofore so well and
favorably known, hus been reopened for Hie ac?
commodation or thc public, lt has been newly
furnished In elegant slyle, and is kept, in such a
manner as lo inurit Hie patronage or tho travel?
ing people. _ _ novia e
Iii nev, COACH, und all stylos cart harness Tor
sate low ut Chapeau A. Heffron**, No. us Mcetin?!
street, next to Mills House. nov 18 4
Cn HOMOS! Cuit?nos! Ctiuouns !-Thc cheap?
est Chromos In thc city at Charles C. High tor's,
No. 101 King strr-et.
TIIK UH HT Cot.t.Aii Tor ploughing, and certain
not lo gall, ls Hie l'lag Collar, for sale by Chapeau
A lien run, No. 08 Meeting street, next to Milts
BUSINESS ENVBLO"HS.-TIIK Naws Job Onice
is now prepared to tarnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at (4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. I-Ire ry merchant and
business man should have tils card printed ou his
ONS OP DIOKKNH' or Scott's Works ls present?
ed lo every annual subscriber lo thc XIX Cen?
SrXuctiou Entice-??itnrc Saris.
By JOHN G. M1LN0R & CO.
J^RY GOODS, I?I'M) BLANKETS, &c.
TO-MORROW, 10th Instunt, at 10 o'clock, wc will
sell at our auction salesrooms, No. i:;;> Mccllug
Kine Fancy CASSI K?HRS, lllack Doeskin, Block
and Paney Sat?nela, Kentucky Jeans, lied und
While Manuel, Cray and While Undershirts, Bal?
moral Sklrta, Whllo Shirts, Colored Shirts. Shirt?
ing Stripes, Blue Denims, Blue Plaids, Ticking,
Delaines and Sundries.
conditions cash. novls
By WM. McKAT.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CHRIST?
MAS PRESENTS, CLOTH INO,
Will he sold TO-MORROW. (Friday.) at 10 o'clock,
at No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion no?
Bj JEFFORDS & CO.
JJAMS, oHOULDERS, STRIPS, Ac.
Will schon FRIDAY, 10th instant, at half-past9
o'clock, In front or their Stores, Vendue Range,
ooo choice HAMS
400 S. C. Shoulders
3000 pounds Choice Strips
2.1 tubs Choleo Butter
20 halr barnds No. 1 Mackerel
_so barrels Super Flour._novia
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
AVERY DESIRABLE BRICK RESI
DKXCK. No. 20 GEORGE STREET. SECOND
DOOR EAST OF KINO STREET.
Will he sold on TUESDAY, the 2*1 Instant, at ll
o'clock, at thc Old Post?nico, toot Broad street,
That desirable BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 20
Ceorge si rect, containing seven rooms, pantry,
Ac. On thc premises arc all necessary outbuild?
ings or brick, line cistern and good we'll or water;
tho buildings and premises aro in good repair.
Lot measures about AO feet f ron t on George street,
by about. 150 feet deep, bc Ute same more or less.
Conditions-Three thousand dollars cash; ba?
lance in ont: year, secured by bond ol purchaser
and mortgage or premises; Interest at thc vale
or 7 per ci nt. per annum, payable semi-annually;
premises to bc insured anti policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
QUulioneero' flrinatc Saleo, &c.
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SOW.
ESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF EXEC?
UTRIX-TORRE'S STEAM SAW MILL.
Will he sold nt Private Sale
That extensive and valuable PROPERTY, situate
at southwest corner or Washington and Chapel
streets, with cnglno, machinery, Ac. Lot meas
snrca 272 reel 10 Inches on Washington street, by
214 fecto Inches on Chapel street.
MUD OR M A usn LOT opposite, measuring 81
feet on Washington street, by 170 feet deep on
south lind1, affording, by means of ?tn elevated
bridge or slip over Washington street, convenient
access to and from mill to water. The nbove
property ls admirably adapted for cottou press,
phosphato or other manufacturing purposes.
For plat and other particulars, apply aa above,
at our oillce, No. 68 East Bay street, nevis ths2
By J. FRASER MATH EWES.
HOUSE AND LOT IN CANNON
At Private Salo
HOUSE and LOT No. 78 Cannon street, north
side, near Rutledge Street City Railroad. House
contains flvo rooms mid pantry and dressing
room, gas and water works; also cistern, kitchen,
carriage house and stable, all In good repair. Lot
measures 45 feel frout by 200 deep.
nov 18 tha_
By LOUIS D. IL SA UNSURE.
LARGE AND VALUABLE RICE
PLANTATIONS ON NGUTU SANTICH
RIVEIt, AT TUE BEST PITCH
OH THE TIDE.
At Private Sale
Tito valuable RICK PLANTATIONS on North
Santcc River, Georgetown District, known as
"Milldam," "Nowland" and "Bluff Main," con?
taining, together, 1073 acres or Land, or which 650
acres are tillo Hwamp Lund, about SOO being now
under cultivation in rico and thc balance lu good
order; Utero aro 623 acres or high Iaind, of which
00 or 70 aro cleared provision Laud, capable of
producing 40 bushels of corn lo tho acre.
On "Milldam" I'lautallon ls n good dwelling
house, two large barns, a mill and ono or thc
largest anti bust negro settlements on North San
lee. On "Nowland" and "Bluff Main" aro also a
On those Plantations there ls a resident force of
Seventy Laborers, and houses Bufllclent for over I
Tho situation of thia estate, lying as it docs
ahovo tho salt water and below thc ireshot lands,
has always been considered among the Barest on
San lee, and during tho long period they have
buen cultivated, there ts no lusts ncc on record of
the hus of a orup. When cultivated previous to
the war, they were cspablo of producing over 4o
bushels ut rice io thc aero, and the crops averag?
ed from 10,000 lo 22,000 bushels or rice sent to
For fut thor particulars, apply as above, at No.
23 Broad Street nov io luthso
IF. C II U P E I N
I erne* NO. 276 KINO HTRBUT,
J . . ' . ' . .. . .
^Auction ?oico-Enture nDaps.
Hy A. t!. MCGILLIVRAY,
VALUABLE PLANTATION ON COO
SAWHATOIIIK ItlVKK ANl> H H K'S
GKKKK, AND ON Tl IK KINK OP TUN
SAVANNAH AND CHAKI.KS
Will he sold on TH DUNDA Y, Hill December, ?il Hie I
oui l'ontoiiii-c. ai ii o'clock, wlUiuulreserve,
All Dial PLANTATION, formerly property or
(.Billie ?r Mug.m. lying in Nfc Luke'- Kariah,
lieuufort County, und known :t'< PniriMil, con
tattling twenly-foiir hundred ('?400) acres, more or
les?; bounded on I honoria ht Lands of lao estate
ur Tilomas Dawson au>l :i thiel lorinerly a por?
tion oi lair ililli, caul nv IhoCaomwhalcbk) Uiver
and Lands or Hie estate or Thomas Dawson, sundi
Hy Dee's Creek and Lands or Dr. Wm. 1>. (?Hilson,
west hy Lands or Hon. W. P. Coleoek,
Terms-One-tliird (S) cash; balance by bond
payable lu one anil two years, secured hy mort?
gage ol Hie property. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamp-'.
Tint of inc above place cnn be seen at my oillcc.
"7 A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
TJNDI?R DECREE IN EQUITY.
KX KARI"! S.W. DALMER, ADMINISTItATOltOP
JOHN PALMl.i;, DKOKASKD.
Will lie sold, in front or Hie Old I'ostulllce, on
TIIDUSDAY, Hie '.iib day of December, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
The following TH ACTS Ol' LAND in St. Steph?
en's l'ariKii, Charleston County, rix:
All that TRACT ol' LANI) known os thc Evans
Tract or Cypress Lake, containing Kmu acres,
mure or less; boiling und bounding to Hie north
on "MUM Wall Bye Swamp." south on Hie Tract
Known ..s the Kcal ly Tract, east on Lands nor or
bib) of i'. Johnson, mid west on Lauds of John
All that TRACT OP LAND known aa the Really
or calvin Truet, containing SHIV; aurea, more or
less; butting and bounding; north on Lauds ol'
Rodgers, cast on Lands of Kvnns, auuili on Lands
nf JohllHon und Kvnns, and west on Huv. A.
Al! thal TRACT OK LAND known as Hie Cox
Tract, containing 76 acres, more or less: indi mg
ami bounding north on Lands of R. H. Hains,
cast on Lands formerly or Hucrry, west on Lands
to nu r ri v ol Calvin, and south ou Lands rortneriy
All that TRACT OK LANI) known as Poplar
Hill, formerly or Honan, containing '?ls acres,
more or less, aa per survey or O. Shepherd, dated
?Mli March, 1856.
.Mithat TRA (TT OK LANI) known as thc John?
son Lands, containing about 70(1 acres; butting
and bounding northeast on Lands or John Palm?
er, southeast on Landa ol Mra. Sarah Johnson
and-Smith, and northwest on Lands ol C. 0.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in ono and two
years, on bonds secured by mortgage of Lands
sold, with Interest at seven per cent., payublc
annually. E. W. M. MACKKY,
novis till_B. 0. a
By A. c MCGILLIVRAY,
"JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JOHN S. MITCHELL, TRUSTER, Vs. KEATINO S.
HALL, KT AL.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 2?th instant, tn front
of thc Old Cu-it om hu use, ut ll o'clock A. M., pre?
All that PLANTATION OR- TRACT OK LANI),
situate on the western branch or Cooper Uiver,
and knowu aa "Huck Hall," now thc property or
the estate or K. norry Deas, M. IL, containing
(UH 411-100 acres, and two Tracts ol Kine Land,
known aa "Three Mile Hoad Tract." and "Tartlc
berry Tract," containing respectively 210und C?O
Terms-Hair cash: balance on a credit or one
year. Interest from day or salo, payublc acml-an
II nally, seemed by bond or bouda or purchaser,
and mortgage or premises.
nov4 Hit_E. W. M. MACKEY, fcO. C.
iij A. c MCGILLIVRAY,
"JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
WM. M. HAILEY RT AL., vs. CUAS. 0. WHA?
LE Y, KT AL.
Will beaold on THURSDAY, the 35th day or No
' ven i ber instant, tn front of thc old Customhouse,
at ll o'clock, A. M., precisely.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OK LAND,
situate on Wa lutulavf Island, Ul Charleston Co',li?
ly , mcusurlng and containing 200 acras, more or
less; butting und bounding north on Wadmeiuw
Sound, south on landa of Joseph S. Wbalcy, cost
on landa of Ocnrgc Scharlock, and west on lands
or Edward Laltochc.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on u credit of
one und two years, with Interest from day or sale,
secured by boud or purchaser ami mortgage or
premlaea. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
Dj A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, ~
A or I i nin e e.
JJNDER DECREE IN EQUITY,
HENRY 0. OUERIN, EXECUTOR OK JOHN REL
LINUER, M. D., DKOKASKD, vs. SAU-.
URL T. CROMWELL.
Will bc sold on THURSDAY, tho 25th November,
instant, dt ll'o'clock A. M., in front of Itu Old
All thut PIKCK OK LAND, with thc buildings
mid i m pro vein en LS thereon, sit uaw ou thc
weat aldo of Franklin street, nearly oppo?
site thc Marino Hospital, In the City of
Charleston, extending through to South street
on thc west, with an atley known xs "Crom?
well's Terrace," running through so much or tho
auld Land as is now divided into Lois, or built
upon, measuring lind containing upon thehorth
and south linea 550 reel, moro or lesa, and on
Kian ki i ii street to tho cast, and on Smith street
to thc weat 73 recto inches, more or less. Hounded
north by Lands or--Ourdell mid I'hllia (lunn,
south by Lands or IL W. Seymour, cast by Frank?
lin street, uiid west by Smith street.
Terms- One-quarter cash; balance in one, two
and three years, secured by bond with a niurl
gago ol thc premises. Buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay Tor papers
and si am ps.
nov4 th4_E. W. M. MACKEY, S. 0. C.
By A. C. McUILLIVIlAY,
-JJNDER DECREE INEQUITY.
COHEN, HANCKEL A CO. YS. F. M. EDWARDS.
Will bo aold on THURSDAY,the 25th day of Novem?
ber Instant, at ll o'oloek A. M. precisely, m
front of tho Old Customhouse,
All tho right, title and interest or K. M. Edwards
In the property below described, vi/.:
A oomrortable two-story DWELL1NQ and O'TT
RUILDINOS on a one-acre Lot In the To* i if |
A TRACT OK LAND within three miles nf muff
Ion, containing seven hundred mid sixty-two and
a half acres of Land, all or which ls heavily wood?
ed with oak, hickory and pine, and Immediately
contiguous to May River. Could bc made profit?
able by sale of wood. These Landa when cleared
arc of the beal quality for sea Island colton. Ad?
joining and belonging to thia place ta u 15-acru
Lot on a high bluif on May River, sultuble for a
settlement and su m mer residence, being perfectly
healthy at all reasons.
Terms- One-half cash; balance on a credit of one
year, to be secured by bond beseitig interest at
thc rate or seven per cent, per annum, and mort?
gage of tho prent nos. Hu lld inga on thc town Lol
to bc Insured ir possible, and thc policy assigned.
uov4 th4 K. W. M. MACK KY,'S. C. C.
jy) ? U WISH TO PUT OFF
MILLY Sick Headache, Sour Kniet atkins and
Acidity of tho Stomach T
USE SOLOMON'S BITTRRS.
For salo by RAOUL A LYI1AII.
(.0 TO GEORGE LITTLE lc CO.
T for Kine KURNIS1IINO DOODS at LOW
I-IUCEK. nct.to ntiilhlmn
OIVK QENERAL SATISFACTION.
For sale by
RAOUL A LYNAM.
?AO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at ni^hi, and uwuko In tho morn.ng with n
thorough appreciation' of your egg, rolls and
USE SOLOMON'S RITTERS
RAOUL k LVNAll.
For sale by
sept 17 3iaos
Sanction Saleo-?ftiturc fUorjo.
Bj BOWERS & KILCOX,
NEAT AND WELL BUILT HOUSE.
Willhi< sulil on TUESDAY, thc SM Instant, lit ll
o'olocld Ill front of tili- Ohl Posluillcc, corner
Past liar ami limad streets.
All Ilia'. LOT OK LANI', willi Hie building*
lliercoil, at Ibo collier of kui ledge avenue anil
Mon is st reels. The House contains four square
rooina,two utiles, dressing room ami pautrr;
pinara on south side on a brick foundation, gas
ihrniiuiiniii. Kitchen luis two largo rooms,
?allied and rdasleretl. Lot measuring 34 feet ou
rroiit, anti hack Une 30 feet, by I lo feet deep, more
or less, on H?. I.OI is a large grape arbor, llf?
trees and Bower garden.
TorniH-Olio-third cash; balance In one. year, se?
cured by bond ami mortgage, with interest at
seven percent., or from one to three yonrsat ten.
per cent, interest. Purchaser lo pay ll. A S. for
all papers and stamps. nov is tust?s
By BOWERS & .mc?X.
HOUSES AND VACANT LOTS-A.
A IIA UK CHANCE KOK A HOOD INVEST?
MENT TO ANY (INK WI8IIINU TO
PURCHASE HHAL ESTATE.
Will be sohl on TUESDAY, November 23d, In front
of Ute Old I'OHlolUCO, corner ol' itroad and East
Day streets, at ll o'clock,
TDK FOLLOWING I'HOI'KUTY, Tlx:
TWO VACANT LC I'S on linc street, each mea?
suring forty feet OH front and back lino, by nine?
ty--Ix rael deep, more or less.
Four I louses and Luis on Ashton street, Nos. 3,
I, o and s, each having four rooms, with a one
story kitchen. The roofs of the Houses are tiled;
each lot measuring 27 feel on t he fro ul und badi
linn, by ?IS Feel deep, more or less.
One Vacant Lot, corner of Cannon and Chln
ipierplu streets, ?IS (eel front hy lou leel docp.
One Vacant Lot on President slrcel, westside,
measuring 30 feet front, and 28 feel on tho back
line, by us feet deep, more or less.
House and Loton President street, wont Ride,
four doors south of Cannon street, ltd feet on the
front, and :t7 feel on Hie back line, by ISO feet
deep, more or less. House Ut feet wide, by CS feet
long; four large square looms, with lino marble
mantel pieces, dressing room and pantry; on a
brick foundation three feel high, with double
pia/./.a, a large kitchen lft hy .-VJ feel, carrlago
house amt stables. Tho kitchen is tiled; the shed
in front of kitchen slated; pia/./.a tinned, with a
large cistern, which contains III,eeo gulious of
waler; with gas throughout the house.
House ami Lot, next north ol' Hie above, oa
President street. Lot IS feet, on front and back
line, by 6.1 feel deep, more or less. House two sto?
ries high; hus four rooms, three (ire placea. Hoof
and pi a/./.a tiled.
House and Lot, next north of thc above. Lot
22 feet on front and back line, by Cl feel deep,
more or less. House two stories high, with rou r
rooms and three lire places.
One Vacant Lot, southwest corner of Cannon
and President streets, 13 feet on Trout and til feet
on Hie back line, hy U3 feet deep, more or tess.
Lot next west of thc above, on Cannon street,
28 feel on front and back line, by Oft feet deep, moro
Lot next west nf the above, on Cannon street,
2S feet on front aud back, linc, by ut) feet docp,
more or less.
Lot next west nf thc above, on Cannon street,
corner of Margrave's Court, 31 feet 0 Inches on
front and back linc, by 70 feet deep, moro or loss.
Irfit next south of Ihe above, on Margrave's
Court, no rcet on llargravc'a Court, by 31 feet
deop, more or less.
Two Lots, with Tenement Houses on them; each,
lot contains IR feet front on cannon street, tho
same on back linc, by 30 feet deep, more or lesa.
Two Story House, with root tiled and piazza
House and Lot on Hargraves Court, south of
thc above, 40 feet on front and back lino, by 36
feet deep, more or less. House hus 4 rooms,
tinned roof, willi kitchen attached; piazza te
house, and kitched tiled.
House and Lot next soulh of thc above. Lot
contains f>2 feet on front and back linc, by 36 feet
deep, more or less. House only framed, on a
Large Lot on Cannon street, west of the above
properly, 36 reel fronl, by 13'J feel deep, more or
The rials cnn he seen at nur oftlcc, No. ftos King
street., and will he exhibited on day of sale.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay ll. A S. for pa?
pers and stamps. novia sluihslu?
?~DER DECREE IN EQUITY.
EXECUTORS OP II. P. W. ALLSTON vs. li KN J A
M I N ALLSTON, KT AL.
In pursuance of thc decree of Hon. R. It. Carpen?
ter, Judge of First Circuit, in thu above case,
made the Otb day of November, 1809, will be sold
on TUESDAY, thc Titi day or December, 1869,
at 11 o'clock, before thc Courthouse in the Town
or Georgetown, South Carolina, the rollowing
IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY.
1. The PLANTATION called "GucndaloB," In
eluding "The Retreat," (or "Hullcu's Island,")
and "Holly Hill," with adjoining high Landa, con?
taining lu all l2fto acres, more or less, of which
0G8 acres, more or less, arc Hilo swamp, lying In
Georgetown County, as described In a convey?
ance from P. C. J. Weston to llcnjamln Allston,
1st Jnnuury, is.,t?.
2. Thc Plantai ion on Sandy Island, In George?
town County, known as "Pipe Down," contain?
ing 294 acres, more or less, of which 269 acres,
more or less, arc tide swamp, purchased front
Mrs. M. A. Peligro, 1st February, 1859.
3. A Tract or Land on Sandy Island, on Roll
Creek and Waccamaw River, Georgetown Coun?
ty, (annexed by Testator to Pipe Down,! contain?
ing r>4ft acres, moro or less, of unenclosed swamp,
pm chased from John Coachman, ist September,
4. The Plantation in Georgetown County, call?
ed "Ditchford," and foruierly called "Rose
Dank," containing ?77 acres, more or less, of which
lau acres, more or less, ure lido swamp; purchas?
ed from thc Trustees of Mrs. Praser on tho 14th
5. The Plantation In Georgetown Courtly, called
" Nightingale Hall," containing lu all I'?lu acres,
more or less, of high Laud und swamp Land, ot
which 339 acres, morn or less, ure tine swamp;
purchased from thc Trustees of Geo. A. Moultrie,
on 3lsi December, 184t>.
6. Thu ria nt at iou in Georgetown County, called
"Waterford," containing on the southeast side of
Waccamaw River 244 acres, more ur less, and on
the north west side 119 acres, more or less, of which
140 acres, more or les, are tide swamp.
Together with titree Seashore Tracts, known as
Nos. 2, :t and 7, of thc lands of Margaret limier,
conveyed to R. P. W. Allston by thc Trustees of
Trapler, by deed dated 19ih March, 1847.
7. The Plantation, in Georgetown County called
"Exchange," containing 482 acres, more or Ices,
of which 182 acres, more or less, ure tide swamp,
purchased 1st February, 186X
8. Thc Tract annexed to "Exchange," formerly
pariof lite Plantation called "lireakwolcr," con?
taining 117 acres, more or less, of tide swamp,
purchased from thu estate or John ll. Allston.
0. Three Islands in Winyah Ray, containing to
?ether 26 acres unenclosed swamp, granted to R.
. W. Allston, on Kith Februnry, 1847.
10. All that Tract or Land, in Georgetown Coun?
ty, known as "Canaan," a scashoro tract, con?
taining 344 acres, moro or less, or provision and
11. All that Tract of Pine Land, in Georgetown
County, known as "Rates' Tract," containing 380
acres, moro or less.
13. All that Tract of Plue [.and, in Georgetown
County, containing 600 acres, more or lons, on the
road to Yahanco Ferry, granted to R. F. W. All?
ston on 1st August, 1853.
13. All that Tract or Pino Land In Georgetown
County, containing 700 acres, more or less, lying
on Carver's Ray, and purchased from John T.
Scott, Attorney. 2d April, 1860.
14. All that Tract ol Pine Land In Georgetown
County, containing 400 acres, more or leas, lying
on Carver's Ray. purchased fruin D. B. Johnson,
Attorney, 18th March, 1864.
16. Alf that Tract or Pine Land In Georgetown
Connty, known as the "Hussard Tract," containing
141 ncres, more ur less, purchased from acorge T.
Ford, 27th June, 185U.
16. All that Tract of Pino Land known os tho
"Moore Tract," in Georgetown County, contain?
ing about 1000 acres, moro or less.
17. All that Tract oi Pine Laud in Georgetown
County, containing shorn 228 acres, mure or lose,
known na the "William Tract."
ALSO. IN MARION COUNTY.
18. All that Tit ACT or unenclosed swamp Land
In .Marlon County, on liri ti nu's Neck, containing
727 acres, moro or less, purchased ol' Mrs. Wood?
berry. 27th February, 1856.
19. AU that Traci or unenclosed swamp Land In
Murlon County, on Uni ton's Neck, containing 600
acres, more or less, purchased al SherllPs sale as
property ob Thomas Sanders, on 8th May, I860.
20. All that Traci of unenclosed swamp Land in
Marlnn Cornily, on Hritton'o Neck, containing 400
acres, more or leal, purchased from Thomas Par?
ker, 20th November, ISSI.
21. All that 'ir,irt or unenclosed H wa mp Land on
Hrilton's Neck, Marion County, containing abont
1300 acres, more or less, rorincrly or Woodberry,
purchased 18th September. 1864.
ALSO, IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
32. AH that TRACT OF PINE LAND III Chester?
field County, near Steer l'en Spring, containing
200 acres, more or loss, purchased from lion. J. -
J. Evans, Oth September, 1843.
Terms-One-third cash; balnnro In one, two
nnd th ree years, secured by bonds of thc pur?
chasers and mortgages nf thc property. Purchas?
ers to pay tor necessary papers and revenue
stamps. HENRY D. LESESNR,
ADELE P. ALLSTON,
qualified Executors of IL F. W. Allston,
By J. FRASER MATH EWES.
100 SMALL PABMS AT AUCTION.
Will bc sold at thc Old Post?nico, on THURSDAY,
Sith No ve m ter. al ll o'clock, lo thu highest bid?
tine hundred FAUNS,adjoining caohother,con?
taining from ono lo eleven acres of Lund, situated
un thc. Savannah and Charleston Hailroad, Kdisto
River, and public roads around Jaeksonboro' De?
pot: laid out Into tots and streets, a plat of which
will bS exhibited on thc day of sale.
Thc ?hove Lota will he sold separately.
Tenus-one-half cash; bul a net II one year, with
Interest from day ?f Hale, Rccttrud hy bond and
mortgage of (he property. Pond,axers to par
J. F. Mathnwes for necessary United States Inter?
nal revenuo sumps and papers. ocl23 minis