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WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18. 1805.
We are again under obligations to Mossr?. Quinn k
Buo.,'of the News Depot, King-street, near Ann, for late
files of Northern aud Southern dailies. They havo also
favored us with roiuc of tho weeklies, among which we
notice Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Mb. Horace P. ifctu?, of Markot-stroot, will also plcaso
accept our thanks for full files of Now York dailies of a
late date, a* also for tho Army and Navy Journal, aud
German and Italian papera.
Oin thanks aro duo to Air. D. A. Keyes, Agent of
Stone, Houston ft MunrtAY's Combination Circus, for
late files of New York papers. Mr. Keyes visits our
city for the purpose of making arrangements for the
opening of his Circus Company Loro nt an early date.
Distinuuished Arrival.?Major-Geueral O. O. How
ard, Commissioner of Bureau Refugees, Frcedmon and
Abandoned Lands, arrived iu this city ycalorday, by tho
We had the pleasure, last ovening, of a visit from Mr.
Andrew a, the weU-infonned aud gentlemanly corres
pondent of the Boston Advertiser. Our citizens wiU ro
iucniber with a great deal of kindness Mr. Andrews'
proper representation of them to his readers. Unliko
most correspondents who have como pmoogtis since tho
termination of the war, Mr.. ANOn?ws hoe on all occa
sions giveu fair and impartial accounts of what ho has
Been. Ho has just returned from an extended tour
through this State and North Carolina, and will leave
shortly, ho tells U9, for Georgia? Howovor, whilo he is
here we ask for him tho hospitality of our citizens.
Mayor's Coubt.?Tuesday Morning.?Three individu
al! who had been indulging too frooly In alcoholics, and
had been disturbing tho people and the peace of Middle
street, wcro fined, by His Honor, $10 each.
We would caU the attention of tiio Authorities
to a holo on tho sidewalk, on the Bouth side of Hayne
street, m the vicinity of this office, whore a grating has
been removed. It is dangerous to persons passing at
night, and we hope it may b: attended to.
The Ecxitse of To-mchhpw.? There wiU be to-mor
row, October 19th, an annular eclipso of tho sun, as soon
by persona in the city, an Charleston la in the Une or
path of the earth, in which, if tho observer is situated,
ho will see tho centre of the moon to pass over the cen
tre of the sun. Along this route there will be seen a
ring of light around tho margin of tho sun, which will
be half a digit wido and tho oclipao eleven digits in size.
Begins at Charleston 8h. 20m. A. M. Greatest obscura
tion Oh. 55m. IGa. A. M. Ends llh. 47m. 15s. This
eclipse is visible throughout the United States as a par
tial eclipse, except along _tho une a? expressed above.
The following list comprises, alphabetically, the
names of those persons who are candidates, and will be
Toted for to-day:
OBR, JAMES L.
PORTER, W. D.
For State Senator.
Buibt, Henry. | Hexeuey, W. S.
Lesesne, H. D.
Abnau, W. d. P.
Adams, W. S.
Barker, T. G.
Coogan, P. J.
Campbell, J. B.
Doryea, R. S.
Eason, J. M.
Gayer, W. J.
Lord, Jb., S.
MlKELL, W. E.
MlXLIGAN, J. T.
Porcher, F. J.
Richardson, F. D.
Rhett, Jr., R. B.
Ryan, T. P.
St. Amand, M. W.
Simonton, C. H.
Waoener, J. A.
Change of Sale.?The entire contents of Claussen's
Mills, No. 17 Aunon-strcct, will bo sold, on Friday next,
20th inst, by Milxigan k Son. Salo to commcucc at 10
Fresh Groceries,?N. Levtn, Jr., Nos. 1Q1 and 106
Markot-Btreet, ?till continues to recelvo supplies of fresh
' groceries, which ho offers for sale low. See his adver
?Leonard Chap?n.?It affords us pleasure to announce
the resumption of business by this weU known mer
chant, whose enterprise, energy and reputation rank
him with those of our citizens who are considered an
honor to our city. His established character affords the
best of guarantee that any business entrusted to him
will be faithfully executed. By referring to his adver
tisement it will be seen his place of business is changed
to Nos. 14 and 16 Hayne-street, extending through to
and giving an equal front on Pinckney-street.
Saddlery Warehouse.?We are glad to see so many
'Of our old merchants returning to resume business, who
havo enjoyed" tho confidence of our community?and
none more so than tho firm of Habbal, Nichols ft Co.,
manufacturers and dealers lu saddlery, coach and har
ness trimmings, Ac, who hope soon to be prepared to
furnish then: old friends and customers with goods of
superior quality in_thclrline of business. They maybe
found m Hasel-street, south side, second door east of
Bbutal Murder.?The Abbeville Press, of the 12th,
mentions a most atrocious murder upon the person of
Major James J. Adams, of that District, who was killed
while hunting turkioa, by some negroes, as is supposed.
Upon bis side were wounds from an axe, a deep gash In
bis head, and his faco beat?n in so as not to be recogniz
ed, and there was evidence around the spot where the
murder was committed, of a violent struggle. Two ne
groes havo boen arrested and placed in jail, against whom
there were strong ground? of suspicion, and several
othtrs are implicated.
In the Third Congressional District, composed ^of
Orangeburg, Edgefleld, AbbevUle, Newberry, Lexington,
Bichland and Falrflold, Gen. Samuel MoGowan is the
only candidate for Congress, Mr. Tlllman, his competi
tor, having withdrawn.
W? find, by tho Greenville Enterprise, that the follow,
log gentlemen are candidates for Member of Congre??
-from the Fourth Congressional District, composed of
Anderson, Plckens, Greenville, Laurens, Spartanburg,
Unir-n, York, and Chester, via; James Farrow, J. D.
Abhmork, and J. P. Reed.
The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, o? last Saturda y
contains tho following:
A Step in the Right Direction.?A. citizen of South Caro
lina, largely identified with agricultural and mechanical
pursuits, has caused to be inserted in two or more
Mamo papers an advertisement calling for white labor
ers to come to that State and place themselves in his
?mploy. He has had the satisfaction of receiving com
munications from several parties, in which they express
their intention to tako early passage to that city for the
purpose of seeking labor. The advertiser has a large
tract of land, which he offers for cultivation on most en.
?icing terms, besides which he has timber to fell and
aw mills to keep in operation. The new comers, we will
Tenture to say, wUl not regret Bottling in the South.
They will also find that their services will not only be
appreciated by their employora, but will yield a hand
some remuneration to themselves.
Tho most ridiouloiiB libel case yet id that of a
tnau in Nantucket, who sued tho publishers of the
Mirror of that place, thoy having, in a report of
tho doings of the Superior Court two years ago,
Jij a typographical error stated the date of his
flrat suit in court wrongly. The Judge connidorod
the libel suit so puerile that he instructed the jury
to bring in a verdict for tho defendants, without
giving their lawyers timo to offer a plea.
will find in it muoh valuablo information oonoern
ing the human hair; also testimony from well
known and reliable parties thaCwiU satisfy you
that her preparations have no equals for restoring,
invigorating and beautifying the hair. II your
hair is grey, if you have a bald spot, if you wish
to retain your hair through Ufo, use thoso prepa
The Embassy from the Boy of Tunis hae Just
made a visit to the Bay of Now York, and very
xnuchregrots that tho Bay of Now York cannot
P?y a visit to tho Bey of Tunis.?Sat.JPreu?
? The purest treasure mortal times afford,
Is Rpotlcss reputation; that away.
Men aro but glided loam, or painted -ay."
Reputation is man's best lcgao3\~ A pure and unspot
ted character is ono of the most precious -rlltH that has
over been vouchsafed to man. It Is ono of his Immortal
attributes. When ho dlcis and passes away, ho leaves his
character and reputation besttnd him to influence the
generations that como aft?t_ln*i. Every family hau Its
h on Behold traditions; and all men do moro or Ices to
shapo the actions and deeds of those who succeed tbem.
now true la It then, "A good nanio is rather to bo chosen
than great riches." It Is moro valuable than all the gold
that was ever dug from tho bowels of the earth; more
Inestimable than all tho diamonds that wero ever taken
from Golconda's mines; more priceless than all tho
gems that over sparkled beneath tho sun, and when
coupled with a faultless Hat from the One Price Fash
ionable HAT MART OF STEELE, King-street, opposito
Socloty-strcet, will* not fall to bear its possessor o'er the
journey of Ufe. . w3 October 18
TUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER, A LARGE AS
SORTMENT of _iAI>IE8' AND MISSES'
HATS, trimmsd and un trimmed, to which wo invito
your HPi-clal attention.
"WILLIAMS & COVERT,
No. 122 MEETING-STREET,
Octobor 18 * 3* Corner of Pinckney-strceL
NORTH, STEELE & WARDELL,
WIIOLE3A-E DEALS 118 Dt >
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.
No. 1G7 Meetlng'-street^ Charleston, S. C.
J. B. Ste-us. ) jC. C. Non-rn,
A. W. Wabdell, Jr. J \ New York.
Octobor 18 3mos
HARNESS, WHIPS, ?fcc.
Every variety of VEHICLE furnished to order at Man
OF EYERY DESCRIPTION RECEIVED AND
SOLD TO BEST ADVANTAGE. .
Now. 14- and 16 H-yne, and
Nos. 33 and 35 Pinckney-streets,
Rear or Charleston Hotel.
October 18 WB
MATHEWES & FORD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
No. 31 Broacl-street,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIC that they haved. opened, as above, and will
keep on hand, a hill assortment of
Adapted to the city and country trade.
October 18 - wfm Iran
HARRAL, NICHOLS & CO.,
MAMtTFACnmEBS, IMPOBTEBS AND DEALERS IN
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Coach and
Harness Trimmings, Ac, &c._
Hasel-street, Booth sido, Second door East of King,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE RESUMED THEIR
business at the above named stand, and bops soon to
be fully prepared to furnish their former customers and
friends with all such goods as are usually kept m their
line of business. * wftnl2* October 18
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
AGENTS PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMP'Y,
__TB UI-OV?D Tll-CIB OFTIOE TO
North11 Atlantic Wharf.
October 11 3
Brass Moulding Shop, at Florence, S. C.
PERSONS WISHING WORK IN OUR LTN_ OF
Business, can have their orders filled with neat
ness and dispatch. All manner of CAR, STEAMBOAT
and MILL BRASSES done at the shortest notice.
JOHN F. CORDES.
RICHARD W. NOWELL.
Terms for all Casting must be paid In Cash, or Pro
duce, on delivery lino* Octobar 18.
SAFES _!_SAFES !
Marvin's Combined Alum & Dry Plaster
FIBE AND B?RGLAB-PROOF
THE ATTENTION OF MEBOHANTS, BANKERS AND
JEWELLERS, and all others having valuables to
protect, is called to this?the only proof against fire,
burglars and dampness?in place of others of doubtful
character. There are many advantages claimed for this
SAFE, which would bo useless to enumerate through ad
vartlaing. Let those who are interested in the purchas
ing of such an article call and ex_n_i?e, or send for cir
cula-ra, whorein its merits are truthfully set forth. Many
years of use in the leading houses of tho country, and
the severe tests by fire and burglars to which they have
been plaoed in this city alono, is a sufficient guarantee
that they aro all that is claimed. Call and examine
styles. wir. M. BIRD It CO.,
Agents for Manufacturers,
No. 203 East Bay-street,
October 17 8* Paint, OU and GUM House.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
No. 314 SIEET?NG-STttBET,
TETE SUBSORIBER HAVING FULL POSSESSION OF
HIS OLD PLACE, takes pleasure in informing his
friends and the public that ho is prepared to execute
orders for CASTINGS and MACHINERY, of all descrip
tions. STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS made or re
paired at short notice. Steamboat orders can reach me
easily by the Street Stages which leave corner Broad and
Bt_to-atroo?, and bring them to LIrnvutroct. two squares
rom my Office. WILLIAM S. HKNEREY.
October 16 8
" FREEMAN & PUNDT,
Boiler-makers, Blacksmith-, Machinists and
BOILERS AND MACHINERY OF EVEBY D?8C11LP
TION BUILT AND REPAIRED.
BAST 1-IVD OF PINCKNEY-STRKET.
VlllQIMIUB FBKXttAH.A ?O ?BT OB F. PcjNDT.
October 16 lmo*
*_- Q "?_
*_- O -K?
CONSISTING OF FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND
FEET OF SPRUCE JOISTS, Scantling, Whito Pino
Boards and Plank, of all descriptions, qualities and
si-es. Also, Three Hundred and Forty Thousand Supe
rior Laths. Forty Thousand Shingles, a small lot of Clap
boards and Pickets for fencing. At low prices, and fu
lota to suit purchase?._
XV. C. TILTON,
_-change Wharf, foot of Broad-stroot.
Octobor. 1? mwf 6*
DECKER'S SELF RAISING FLOUR, &c.
RECEIVED PER STEADIER!
-| f\ DDLS. UECKEE'S SELF RAISING FLOUR, IN
Xvf "Ix pound package?
Sago, Tapioca, Corn Starch* Arrow Root, Cox's Spark
ling Oelatlne, Cooper's GelaUne, Baker's No. 1 Chocolate,
Prepared Cocoa, llroma. Cocoa PaHte anil Cocoa Shells.
For salo by CLARK k GROBER,
No. 2:il? King-street, Third door above Market-st.
GOSHEN BUTTE?TCHEESE AND
EECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS?
10 firkins Extra Choice BUTTER
G ?rkiu? good quality Western Butter
20 Choice Englfuh Dairy Chcvso
6 Mihl (.ioHheu Cheebo
10 kegs Leaf Lard. For salo by
CLARK k ORUBER,
At Messrs. N. M. Porter k Co'tu Old Stand,
October 10 mw2 No. KM King-street.
PIG HAMS, BACON STRIPS, &c.
IRA BMALL SIZE NEW YORK PIG HAMS
JLOvy BW Dutllold'H Am. Westphalia Hams
0 bl>ls. Now York strip Bacon
10 half l.bls. Pickled Uoef
10 half bl.ls. Pickled Fork
a bbls. Clear Pork. For salo by
CLARK k GRUBER,
No. 23(1 King-Htrcct,
October 1C mvrQ Third door above Market-st.
PICKLES, SAUCES, &c.
/** CASES CROSSE .t BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH
O PICKLES, aBHortod
1U cases Underwood .V Co's Extra and Mixed Pickles, in
gallon, half gallon, and quart jars
Worcestershire, London Club and Anchovy Soucc, Salad
Walnut and Temato Catsup
Column's English Mustard
Fronch Mustard, Capers, Olives, Sardines, Olive Oil and
Englieh Table Salt,'in jars. For sale by
CLARK k GRUBBB,
No. 230 King-street,
October 16 mw2 Third door above Markot.
Preston & Merrill's Flavoring
5GR088 PRESTOA' k MEERLLL'8 FLAVORLVG
EXTRACT.?, assorted, viz.: Vanilla, Rose, Orange,
Lemon, Pineapple, Almond, Poach, Raepborry, Ginger,
and Strawberry. For sale by CLARK <e GRUBER,
No. 236 King-street, 3d door above Market-street
October 16 mw2
Preserved Fruits, &c.
"I (~\ CABES FRESH PEACHES
?V 5 cases freah Pine Apples
5 casee fresh Strawberries
15 cases Shaker ^pplo Sauce
10 cases assorted Jams and Jellies
S cases Condensed .Apple Juice
1 gross boxes Guava Jelly
0 caBcs Chow Chow Preserves '
20 casca Borden's Condonsod Milk
Cases Underwood k Co.'a True Lemon and Ginger
Syrup. For salo by CLARK ?f GRURER,
No. 236 King-street, 3d door above Market-Btreot,
October 16 _mw2
Fresh Salmon, Lobsters, &c.
5 CASES FRESH SALMON, I AND 2 POUND CANS
6 cases Fresh Lobsters, in 1-pound cans
6 cases Freeh Mackerel, in 1-pound cans
10 cases Fresh Cove Oysters, m 1 and 2 pound cans
10 cases Fresh Clams
6 cases RoaHt Turkey
6 cases Roast Chicken
6 cases Roast Mutton
3 casos Green Peas
5 cases Green Corn
5 cases Lima Beans
10 ca?es Underwood A Co.'s Fresh Tomatoes.
For sale by CLARK k GRUBER,
No. 23G King-street, 3d door above Market-st.
October 16 mw2
SUGAR, COFFEE AND TEAS,
5 BBLS. 8TANDARD CRASHED SUGAR
5 bbls. Coarse Powdered Sugar
15 bbls. C Yellow and Muscovado Sugar
10 mats Old Java Coffee
10 bags Prime Bio Coffee
5 bags Laguayra and Cape Coffee
10 eheste Y.?iii?i? Hyflou, Gunpowder, Japan, and
English Breakfast Tea.
For sale by CLARK k GRUBER,
No. 236 King-street, 3d door from Market-et.
October 16 mw2
Double Extra Flour.
BBLS. AND HALF BBLS. DOUBLE EXTRA
FAMILY FLOUR, suitable for pastry purposes ,
15 bbls. Supernnc Flour. For sale by
CLARK k GRUBEB,
Ni^ 236 Klng-Btreet,
October 16 mw2 Third door above Market-st.
Oh! GRAPES! Oh!
BEAUTIFUL CATAWBA ISABELLAS, AT
C. E. JEVEN8 k CO., No. 216 East Bay,
October 17 2* Opposite New Custom House.
Apples! oh! Apples!
POUND, 8WEETS, AND FANCY BAKING APPLES,
by the peck, bushel or barrel.
At C. E. JEVENS A CO.,
No. 215 East Bay,
October 17 2* opposite Now Custom House.
Y THE HEAD, HUNDRED OR THOUSAND. AT
' C. E. JEVEN? A CO.,
No. 215 East Bay, oppoalto Now Custom House.
October 17 _._2*
ETA A B?BHELS OF 8WBET POTATOES (BRM
?UU STONE.) For salo by the barrel only.
H. W. KINSMAN,
October 17_3_No. 279 King-street,
CROCKERY AT WHOLESALE,
'AT No. 11 HAY>E-STREE?,
WILLIAM a. WHILDEN & CO.
A LOT WROUGHT UtON, VARIOUS SIZES. ALSO,
a lot PLOUGH IRON, expected dally. Any sizes
not on hand can be furnished on short notice. Terms
cash. ARCH. MoLEISH,
October 14 smth_No. 4 Onmberland-Btreet.
AUSTIN, 1?DRV8 & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS that they have removed from No. 272
King-street, corner Hasel, to their New Store, No. 131
MEETING-STREET, fourth door from Market-street,
where they will be pleased to see them.
October 4 lmo
AND OTHER LUMBER.
INCH BOARDS TO BIGHT INCH PLANK, SCANT
LING, Ac. Some of the Walnut suitable for Coun
ter Topa. .
PICKETS, for Fencing, 3 in. wide and 4 feet long. Can
bo sold cheaper than the lumber it required to make.
LATHS, CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER, Sic,
8TEINMEYER k 80N, Korr's Wharf.
SLATE! SLATE! SLATE!
WHOLESALE SLATE DEALER,
So?e Agent for the Following Celebrated
EAGLE SLATE CO?, VERMONT.
LHEIIGH HI?ATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
CHAPMAN SLATE CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
CottNKB 10th AVEHDK AMD 12TII-BTUKET, NEW
Terbanoe Squabe, Buftalo, N. T.
CoBNEB Fn AN KLIN AND WASHINGTON - fttTlEETS,
?.RDERS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO THE NEW
1 YORK AGBNOY, or left at the Slate Yard of DEM
EST k RUMLY. on East Bay. between Wentworth
and Haael-atreeta, who are the only Agents in Charleston
authorized to re?oive orders for Slato from tho above
named^Quarrlea. ?moa? September 29
JUST RECEIVED PER hlEASISHIP ANDALUSIA
?rcdU Smoked Sahuou
Fulton Market Ueof
Choir?- G'ulien Dttttw
Prime Leaf Lard
English Dairy Cheese, fcc, kc.
For nil low bv K. LEVIN. Jr.,
October IS 1 Kos. MM and 106 M-irki-t-strect.
BED M'PLES*. rOE
SIDE ship AUiambi? 1 0<-tuhor ! s
ET r\ B. t> M'PLES*. FOB SALE ALONt
-| nn?'\ Br.SIIEL.S* P/?IME W//ITE MAfiYL-ND
JLOVrvl CO/?N for Hale, -pply to
Ot t?lier U_-1_WI LLI.V k C Ut SOT.M.
NOW LANDING AND FOR S?LE
fflcKAY & CAMPBELL,
Hasel-S tree t,
NEXT DOOR TO THE POSTOFFICE.
j f\f\ CASES OLD BOURBON WHEtfCT
1U \J 10 bbls. One Bourbon Whisky
9 bbls. Cflioice Old Rye Whisky
5 casks Gin, Union Flag Brand
G casks American Brandy
10 bbls. Cider Vinegar, just from the manufiacturcr
12 bbls. Puro White Wine Vinegar.
FROM BOND, AND WARRANTED PURE.
G eighth casks Pinot CastiUlon Brandy, vintage 1862
10 octavo casks Sherry, Crown Brand, I860
5 octavo casks Old Port, Osborn lirund, 1359.
10 baskets Crown Champagne.
At Private Sale only for cosh. October 10
j. r>. K_-v.v_^__sr___.Gr3__:,
No. 84 EAST BAY,
FFERS. DIRECT FROM BOND?
MeehanV IBI8H WHISKY
"Otard" and "Cognac" Brandies
BOURBON WHISKY, flnost in market.
October 13_'_ . lmo
NO. 84 EAST BAY,
FFER8, IN CASES?
Old Tom Gin
Royal Windsor Bitters
October 13_ lmo
BOXES GLASS, BEST AMERICAN
3 DOZEN PUTTY KNIVES
20 PAPERS GLAZIERS* POINTS
'5 TUBS PUTTY
1 KEG WHITING.
AU for sale at prime cost by
GEO. XV. CLARK Si CO.,
October 13 No. i J > Mcctlng-strcct.
INCLUDING A MOST EXTENSIVE SUPPLY OF
everything In the LIQUOR BUSINESS,
suck .as :
200 bbls. WHISKY, some old, aomo splendid, and
Borne verv cheap
10 quarter casks BRANDY
100 packages WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, ST.
CROIX RUM, PORT WINE, Ac, &c.
3000 cases WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, fee, Ac.
CaU at our larce .Vales Booms, No. US MEETING
GEO. "VV. CLARK ?St CO.
Heidsieck & Go's. Champagne,
THE PUREST, BEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE
CaU and purchase of
GEO. IV. CLARK Si CO.,
October 13 No. 1-5 Meeting-street.
SALT, FLOUR, ETC.
1 K. Ark SACKS LI\ -RPOOL SALT
lOUU 50 SACKS TURK'S ISLAND SALT
100 BBLS. BEEF
100 BBLS. AND HALF BBLS. PORK
200 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR
300 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR
200 CHEESE-DIFFERENT KINDS.
For sale cheap for cash by
GEO. IV. CLARK Si CO.,
October 13 No. 145 Meeting-street.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO,,
LANDING, PEE STEAMER AND SCHOONER, AND
In Store, comprising, m part:
Hall-barrels new No. 1 Mackerel
Kits now No. 1 Mackerel
Half-kits new No, 1 Mackerel
Half-barrels new Salmon
' Boxes Chemical Soap
Boxes Family Soap
Boxes ToUet Soap
Brooms, Palls, Twine, Sweet Oil
Bay Water, Spices of all kinds
Together with an assortment of Ales, Wines, Liquors.
TOBACCO A.VD SEGAHS,
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR OASH.
We also have a quantity of STATIONERY, EXTRACTS,
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, that we ofTer, to clear out,
at New York coat_October ?
FAIRBANKS & CO.'S
COAL AND HAY, RAILROAD DEPOT, PLATFORM
AND COUNTER SCALES, all slzos.
J. _ F. DAWSON,
No. 06 East Bay,
AMARGO D? CASTILLA BITTERS
FOR SALE BY
CAHILL & CO.,
CORNER EAST BAT and LODGE ALLEY.
September _7_ . _
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, ETC.
THE GHEAPEST. LARGEST, AND BEST ASSORT
MENT of FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, Oils,
Loads, and Paints, also a ?no assortment of Woodan
Waro, Cotton, Spirits Turpentino and Rosin, rocclvod In
exchange for goods.
AUSTIN k ALBEE,
October 10 lmo No. 42 Market-street.
GLASSES TO SUIT ALL AGES, FITTED IN GOLD,
Silver and Steel frames, by
ALLAN A STDDONS.
September 21_No. 807 King-street.
SAWED OEDAR SHINGLES.
For sale by TROUT _ AM8BUR-,
N. w. Comer Market and Eut B-y-atreeU.
T. B. TROUT will be happy to soo his old friends and
customers m above. Beptombor ?M
British Mellon Cloths, Noti-m*, and Jetoeirv
BY McKAY .t CAB1PUKLL.
THIS DAY, IHth irjHt., at 10 <>'<;luok, ntour Hal?n Room*.
Nos. BO ami 83 Uasel-sttvet. will be Hold,
r,P0 yanlrt BRITISH MELTON ('LOTUS (imported for
thu Houthero trade), in Suit lengths, suitable for Ladles,'
Mantilla:, or Gent's wear.
An Invoice of notions and jewelry, consisting of:
CastUO, Variegated, Honey, Almond, mid other Soaps
Pomades, Lubin'a Kxtrart, Cologooand Hair Oil
Stereoscopes, Draft Board?, I'ookot-ltouka, Wallets
Razor-strop?--, Suspenders, Hooks aud Eyes, Pin?
Shirt and Coat Buttons, Braid, Ivory Toys
Meerschaum and other Pipes. Bogar-holdera
Slohair t'nd Oilt Vest Chains
Gold and Gilt Rings, Earrings, Brooches, Sets Siccvo
Silver Plated Tea Set, Plated Castors, Cups, Salts, sud Tea
Gold (irtii Sitter Watches, Medallions
Mated Forks and Spoons, Ac., Ac.
Condition? cash. October 18
Ray Saddle Horse.
BY McKAY Si CAMPBELL,
THIS D.VY, IHth in3t.. at 10 o'clock, in front of our Stores,
Nob. ho an"d 82 Hascl-strcot,
1 BAY SADDLE HOUSE, the property of a gentleman
leoving tho city. Conditions cash. October 18
?/" the Collector of the Port.
Orangen?By order a
Will soU, THIS DAY, 18th inst., at our Stores, Nos.
80 and 82 HaseLstreet, at 10 o'clock
A lot of WEST INDIA ORANGES, seized fo'r violation
f the Revenue Law.;, and sold by order of the Collector
Conditions cash. October 18
Balance of Slock of a Retail Store?Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, and Clothing.
McKAY Si CAMPBELL
Will sell THIS DAY, 18th lust., at 10 o'clock, at our
Sales Rooms, Nos. 80 and 82 Hascl-streot,
CAS.SIMERES, Red and Faucy Flannels, Unen Huck
Tow??h, Linen Damask, Fancy ?Shirts, Men's Undershirts
and Drawers, Grey and White; Fancy Neck Tics, Whito
L. B. Sliirts, Hair Nets, Overcoats, Cassiinere and Sati
net Pants, Velvet, SUk, Satin, Cassiruoro and Jean Vests.
25 cases and cartoons Men's, Ladies' and Children's
4 cases Ladies' assorted Straw UaU
3 cases Notions, Plated Woro and Jowolry.
Bciag balance o? stock of a Rotail Store, removed for
convenience of sale; and salo is positivo. .
Conditions cash. Ootobor 18
House and Ix>t in St. Philip-street.
BY McKAY Si CAMPBELL.
THIS DA Y, October 18th, wUl bo sold at our Stores,
Nos. 80 and 82 Hascl-strcet, at 10 o'clock,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITH THE Two-story
Wooden Dwolliag thereon, situated ou-tho Wont sido of
St. PhUip-Btrcet, and known aa No. 33. TUo House con
tains G rooms; on the premisos is a good woU of water
and necessary outbuildings.
Tho Lot measures 48 feet In front, by 49 feet in depth,
bo the said dimensions more or less.
Conditions?One-third cash; bataneo in one and two
years, secured by bond aud mortgago of the premisos;
the buildings to be insured and tho policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for aU necessary' papers.
A neat Saddle and Drafl Horse, and Light Spring
Wagon and Harness.
BY BOWERS Si SILCOX.
Will be Bold THIS DAY, lu front of our Sales Room, No.
240 King-street, at 10 o'clock precisely.
One good DRAFT AND SADDLE HORSE, 0 years old.
Ooe Light Spring Wagon, good as new.
One set of Single Harness.
Conditions cash. October 18
Splendid Lot of Furniture,
B\ now Mits Si SILCOX.
WiU be /;old, THIS DAY, 18th inst., at their Sale*
Room, 210 King-street, at 10 o'clook,
FINE MAHOGANY WARDROBE, WHAT-NOTS,
WasliBtauds, Ladles' Work Tablea, Bureau with marble
top aDd glass, Spring-seat Teto-a-Totos, Arm Chair,
8prlng-seat Chairs, Corner Wbat-Nots, Hat-Stand, Wal
nut Spring-seat Divans, What-Nots, Child's Crib, Bed
steads, Double and Single New Moss Mattresses, Carpets,
Ewers and Basins, Fine Window-Shades, Seal Press, Lot
of Glr.Bs Shade?, Boxes Toilet Soap, M Segars, Mahogany
Liquor Case, complete. Parlor Stove.
Conditions cash. Octnbor 18
BY NATHAN St OTTOLBNGUI.
THIS DAY, will be sold, in front of ourStoro, Southwest
corner of Meeting and Weutworth-streets, at 10 o'clock,
THREE DRAFT MULES.
Conditions cash. October 18
BY NATHAN Si OTTOLENGUI.
THIS DAY wUl be sold in front of our store, S.W. corner
of Meeting and Wentworth-stroets, nt 10 o'clock,
Two four-seat ?OCKAWAYS, nearly new
One set Double Harness _October 18
At Public Auction.
BY CLIFFORD Si MATHEWES.
THIS DAT,-the 18th instant, nt 11 o'clock, at 31 >i
Broad-street, will bo sold,
Ono large first class IRON SAFE, in complote order
One four seat Carriage and doublo Harness, in good
One Cart, in good order.
Terms cash. , October 18
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, etc.
BY MILES DRAKE.
WiU be sold, TO-MORROW MORNING, 19ta inst., at
10 o'clock, at my Store, corner King and Llborty-sts.,
Tho following line of goods received by ship Emily B.
96 pair Men's French Calf Sewed CONGRESS BOOTS
100 pair Men's French Calf Brogaus
60 pair Men's Calf and Kip Boots
120 pair Ladles' Congress Gaiters
120 pair Misses' Congress Gaiters
1000 pair Child's Kid, Goat and Patent Leather Congreee
and Lace Boots
Pieces French Merinos, English Merinos
Black Alapac? Lustres, Coburga, assorted colors
Red and Grey Twilled Flannels
Whito and Grey Merino Under Shirts and Drawers
Men's English Half Hose
Ladies' Whito Hose
Corsets, Parasols, Combs, Table Cutlery, kc,
A stook of MILLINERY GOODS, consisting of Ladies"
HATS, trimmed and untrlmmod; Ribbons, Crape,
Ac, Ac? October 18
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
TO-MORROW, the 19th instant, will bo sold, at my
Office, No. 33 Broad-street,
EIGHT BUILDING LOTS in Mirtle-atreot, Ward No.
8, city of Charleston. These Lots aro high aud dry, and
near King-street. A Plat of them, by R. K. Payne, Sur
veyor, can be seen at my Office.
Conditions cash. Purchasers to pay mo for papers.
Contents of Claussen's Mills.
BY M?LLIOAN Si SON.
On FRIDAY, the 20th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
The ENTIRE CONTENTS OF*OLAU88EN'S MILLS,
at No. 17 Anson-street, consisting of Lumber, Boards,
Bricks, Carts, Fodder, Fire-Wood, Bins, Barrels, Pumps,
one Fire Engine, and many other articles too numerous
to mention. October 18
BY 'WILLIAM M. PELOT,
No. 54 Be?afaln-strcet.
At Private Sale?
A fine large MULE._2_October 18
Farms at Aiken.
BY WILLIAM M. PELOT,
No. 6*1- Bennfain-st., 1st House West from
At Private Sale, that desirable FARM about half a mete
from the depot, formerly known as Oiiyton's, nearly op
posite Governor Magrath's farm. The tract contain?
one hundred and twenty-flve acres more or loss. About
seventy acres are cleared and under fence; the balan?a
is well wooded, also a large orchard ot poach and applo
trees, a good vineyard of imported grape vines, and ft
never failing spring of good puro water. The Dwollimr
House Is nearly now, and has nine square rooms, good
outbuildings, kitchen, carriage house, stable, bam, and
servants' houses, Imcnodlafce possession wUl bo given.
Terms_four thousand dollars; one-third cash, babfaoe
paviiblo in one and two years. To any lover of good
fruit, pure water, Aiken Mr, ana large shady oaks, this
beautiful and vory lucrative Farm offers aa opportunity
A FARM seven miles from Aiken, near Shaw's Creek,
containing 197 acres, more or less. This Farm is very
productivo m corn, wheat, ryo, cotton, Ac. Tho poach.
cfop of this year was very abundant Near the Housa
are two springs ot good water, and a good rango for cat
tle and hogs. About 60 acres are cleared and undo**
fonce, tho balance heavily timbered. Tho buildings or*
comfortable. Immediate possession wUl be given, and
will bo sold for the rery low price of one thousand dol
lars?half cash; balance payable in one year.
For further partlculors, apply to
WILLIAM M. PELOT, Charleston.
Or to FREDERICK A. FORD,
September 29_Attorney at Law, Aiken, 8. 0.
Large and Small Farms. Houses and Lots.
BY BOWERS Si SILCOX.
At Private Sale
Six HOUSES AND LOTS in the Upper Wards
Several Vacant Lots
Six Farms, ranging from seven to eight hundred
and twenty-eight acres, near the city, and well lo
For particulars, apply at our office, No. 240 KING
8TREET, near Market. 8 mwf9 October 5
1 A A T0NS ANTHRACITE COAL
lV/U 100 tons Bituminous Coal . ?
For sale by H. F. BAKBB k CO.,
October 16 3 No. 20 Cumberland -troot.
CEMENT AND TUT.
C%S\f\ BBLS. CEMENT, "ROSENDALK"
September M U** Brown's Bouta. WbArf.