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TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1357.
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TUE Causes W *"K SOHKPOXB OF THK SOUTB
CAROLINA RAIXBOAD. - The changes recently inau?
gurated on thia road will affect the delivery of I lie
Southern aud Western maila, which will not be re
. eived until 7| F. af. The bom- of departure being
4.30 A. 31.. necessitates a mail delivery from this
city at i o'clock, aud the paper .?.il go to prosa at
au earlier hour than Waa heretofore the praotice.
Our advertising fiieuii- will t.\ke duo notice of
thia change, which goes imo enact to-morroir,
and will furnish meir favors at as early an hom
October 5th, 1867,
To TRANSIENT ADVERTISERS.-No transient ad?
vertisement will be published in this journal here?
after unless paul for m advance. By transient we
mean au advertisement from any person who is
no t a regular advertising customer of tho NEWS.
JOB WOKE.-Wa have now completad our office
BO aa to execute, iu the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wc most re?
spectfully ask the patronage or our friend!*.
Post Office Notice.
Poet Omet /
CHARLESTON-. October 5, 1367. )
On aud after tith instant the mai's for Columbia
and pointa b?youd will close at 1.30 A. M.
A 86cond mail for Columbia and tho Columbia
liranch of Softth Carolina Railroad will elose at
9 P. M.
Mails for Augusta, Savannab, aud the Way Mail
from Charleston to Augusta will close at 9.3? A. 31.
The second mail tor Augusta closes at o. 30 P. 31.
On Sundays but one train leaves, and all mails
. ?os?, at 5 P. ii.
PO?T OFFICE, (
CHARLESTON, 8. C., July 6,18C7. ) j
After to-day tho mails for Noi ([.eastern Railroad
will close at S o'clock A.M., and. to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach tho Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
delivery at This .?mee at 3:30 o'clock P. 31.
CHANGE JF HOUR FOR DELIVERY OF SUNDAY. MAH..
On and after Sondar, 6th inst., this Office will tm
open from five to six o'clock for delivering mails.
STANLEY G. TROTT. P. M.
UNITED STATES COCBT-HON. GEOROE S. BRYAN,
I'aESEDiNa.-The jurors summoned wero called, and
a sufficient number not answering to their names,
new lists were made out and others ordered to be
summoned. Mr. JOHN L. CROWLEY, on application,
was made a Commissioner of the United States.
OENEBAL ORDERS NO.-. We have not heard
of an order being issued in reference to tho call?
ing in of "Straw Hats,'' but, from the ITIRII at
STEELE'S !:Hat Hail" (aign of rite Big Hat), we
judge there lias boca a change in the weather, aud
that Folt Hats are preferable, particularly tbe
styles introduced by STEELE, tho purveyor of Hat
fashions. 1 October S
'.TRACTS FOE THE Trais."-Wv Baw last night a
copy of a Washington campaign paper, containing
in full the speech of FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Esq.,
delivered in the Hibernian Hall in this city, iu
July last. We wero informed that 50,000 copies
of this document have been struck off tor geT ^ral
circulation iu South Carolina.
NtTNc EST LCDENDCM.--Rejoice oh ye fe?deiw
and yo short stops, be glad ! Let the pitcher clap
his hands, and the basemen be merry, for now is
the time to play. Old Jack Frost has given us a
puff, and 3ase Ballists do rejoice. This afternoon
the Alert Club will pl?y the second match game
between their first and second nines. The first
nine, it will be remembered, wero victorious in the
former match, but their opponents have been
practising heavily, and th?*y expect to do aomeOiing.
All lovers of the game are invited to be present.
The game will be called at half-past two o'clock
ROBBERT.-Notwithstanding tho vigorous effort*
of the Detective force, the Llueves continue th?h
depredations, and robberies are not an unfrequent
occurrence. On Sunday night last the black smith
shop of Messrs. DEW AN & HARVEY in Pinckney
street, opposito Church, was broken open, but tho
enterprising thieves found nothing that could be
taken away. Fortunately the shop contained only
the tools and iron necessary to the trade, and
these wese not considered av liable plunder. A
few nights previous to this occurrence .Messrs.
DEWAN & HABVEY ha.i left the new running gear
of a wagon in tho vacant lot adjacent to their
building. Doling the night some thieves who were
evidently practised hands, removed every particle
of iron from the gear, and the proprietors found,
on their arrival, that their v ^rk was love's labor ?
lost, and would havo to be .commenced. How I
any parties could perform this job without attract?
ing the attention of thc police, appears singular,
and the only surmiso*is. that they were not around.
EXPLOSION OF A SHELL.-On last Monday a
freedman on Wadmalaw Island, named Ned Wash?
ington, was endeavoring to remove tho powder
from an old shell. He had almost eucceoded in
effecting his object, when becoming disgusted
with the slow process, he took an axe and endeav?
ored to loosen the powder remaining ia the shell.
The result was an explosion which shattered oue
leg severely, and an amputatiou was performed by
Dr. JENKESS, at the huco.
Washington was sont to the city, and is now an j
inmate of the City Hospital, under tbe charge of
Dr. 8. CHATBCBN BROWN. Since his removal to !
the city gangrene has set in, and it is feared that
the patient will not have strength to recover from
The frequent accidents that have recurred from
the careless handling ot shells should be a warn?
ing to every one, particularly to the freedmen,
who are, iu most instances, the sufferers, aa their
anxiety to procuro a small f>um inducos them to
handle the shells without usine; the necessary pre?
LECTCBE THIS EVEKINO.-Profesoor F. A.
POSCEXB will deliver a lecture this evening before
the Young Men's Christian Association, upon the
subject of "The Psalms of David and the Metrical
versions of them in use since the Reformation.''
The lecture wi J be held in the College Chapel, and
will commence at quarter before 8 o'clock.
The Association ii fortunato iu having; secured
the services of so s?b!o aud talented a. lecturer us
Professor POBOHEB, aud tim Professor bas been
equally fortunate in having selected so compre?
hensive and interesting a subject for his discourse;
for who is there that do^s nof love to read and ad?
mire the Book of Psalms, and who will not willing?
ly embrace such an opportunity as this to learn
more about them, especially that portion of their
history which rel.iies to their use in the ancient
Christian Church, and the principal metrical ver?
sions which have Leen made and used from STEBN
K o LD s tim? to this.
We trust the community, by their presence this
evening, will show not only their appreciation of
the author and his subject, but their approbation
of the efforts.tbeing made by the Young Men s
Christian Association to successfully curry on a
y aeries of insti nctive lectures during thecomiog
THE NEW YOKE AND CHARLESTON BTEAMSHIP
COMPANY.- Mention has lieon made of the- pur?
chase by the above named Company ot tlir Steam?
ship "Rhode Island, originally the " John P.
Kini," and built in 1860 for the Charleston trade.
We remember well the great expectations in?
dulged in by her former owners as to her speed
and carriage capacity, but before oho fulfilled
these hopes the war ensued, and these qualities of
speed and size at once attracted thc attention of
the United States Quartermaster s Department:
Purchased by the Government, she was all through
the war in the public service aud ful!-, sustained
the high opinion set upon her qualities
Strange coincidence' Seven years aita uer
launch, after varied fortunes, she ia reclaimed and
is to be put upon the hue to Charleston. We are
of course gratified at this announcement, ai.U -,tili
more so, as with the steamship James Adgei
we WiQ, in a very short time bave a regu?
lar Taesday, Thursday aa J Saturday dis
patch of first clase steamers to New York: but
that which would be a very great gratification
to a largo circle of friends in thia city and through
out Georgia-a compliment which our pister city
of Augusta would particularly appreciate--is the
anbstitution of the original name for tin? one she
now bears. We know it cannot be done without
the sanction of authority, but a proper representa?
tion would, we feel sure, bring it about, and we
hope the effort will be made. Let the name of
Augusta's distinguished son float from the mas:
ixaad of this fine ship,
ITT-T-- liat^iMHHIl MMMIH'W^
? THE PRIKTIKO OF TUT LAWS OF TUC L
STATES, aloud .tun day a ?ga was awarded, I
? MCPHEBBON, til? Clerk of tile Houao of Ben
tatives, to two papers published in thb Stat?
the Sumter News and tho Charleston Adv
Whether from a feeling of modesty at ?
auch honors, thrust upon thom, or some
cause, unknown to na, neither of tho two
recipients have thns hr made anypnbli
nonnoement of the fuct. Yeetorday aftetno
learned that ?.-> Gar aa the Sumter Newa ia cos
ed. the Congressional patronage has been
drawn again. We did not learn the reaso
s arouse t bat its roceni chango of editor am
tics may perhaps h ive something to clo with
As it is understood that no paper can r
thi* public printing, that ia not biri?and sqi
Republican, wo presume the South Ca
Leader will make a strong bid. for it ; and
is no reason that we can see why ir should 1
entitled to thi.s Lit of pap, with Utily as much
as it? fellow Radical weekly, Ibo Charl
MATOB'S COTTBT.-A freedman, who wish
make bia way through tho world without tit
endeavored to walk through the market wi
open umbrella. As this conduct was not ac
ing to Hoyle, the freedman was asked,to clo!
parasol; ho declined, and became obstrepe
when he was arrested bj tho poUce. Ho wa?
r>, and one of his companions who had attc-n
a rescue, received the same punis.'.men?.
Five culprits answered to the roll call, and
guilty to tho charge of occupying moro o
sidewall; than was their just privilege. It ap
ed to Ve a unanimous affair, and was chara
?zedas the heavy drunk. One woman who?
the party, went in with a will, and succeed
raisin!! u small tempest, The immortals
considerably embalmed when discovered, but
sent to the grand rendezvous tor bad spirits
allowed to recover undor a treatment of a
board for a pillow. Tho delinquents did not
mar at the change, remembering that it v
pleasant thing for brethren to live togetin
Tar FARM ANO ?ABDEK.-We have veceivec
October .number of th?3 Agricultural Maga
and fully concur with the editor that it is the
number yet issued ; indeed, the Farm and Ga
has been increasing its facilities for impai
useful information, over since its organiza
Starting originally as an experiment, it hat
como a success, and as far a.s we kuow, is the
agricultural journal in this State. The nut
before us, beside the usual reading matter,
tains a number of illustr?tioua that add con:
rably to the interest of tho work. The aubsi
tion price, $1 per annum, is a mere bagatelle,
we trust that tho agricultural portion of the <
mani ty will not be backward in encouraging
enterprise. Mr. JAMES R. JACOBS, the editor, is
known in this city, being a graduateof Charle
College, and ia fully capable of conducting
arduous position he has undertaken. His jou
speaks for itself, and we can give no better nc
than the folio wing extract from its pages:
" This number of our monthly is. we beli
the best in arrangement, illustration, reading i
ter, Ac, that we have yet issued. We aro di
mined, and we bopo our friends by this time
out, that the ' Farm and Garden ' shall be a
class agrie ultural journal. We call upo ti the ]
pie of the State to see that this, their paper
amply supported. More subscribers, will em
US still further to improve, and we promise 1
every additional il, (our subscription price)
ceived Bhall bo applied to the improvement oi
magazine. And surely twenty-four pages of s
reading matter as we give monthly, and so ol
illustrated, is worthy the paltry sum asked
Tar REOPENING OP THE FAKE SCHOOLS.-'
first Monday in October has long beeu the open
dav of tho Free Sehoola of this city, and al
early hour yesterday morning the* streets in
vicinity of the different schools were alive v
children anxious to recommence their studies ;
to have their names registered. During the vt
tion the Board of Commissioners iiavo perice
several changes in the organization of tho sebo
We have already alluded to the Morris sti
School, which has been set apart for tho ednc&t
of the colored children, and which has steadily
creased in favor since it was organised. F
additional pupils wore enrolled yesterday, niak
the number registered nearly five hundred. T
school waa opened two weeks ago, and is now
full operatiou. It is patronized extensively by i
?.edored population, and wiH-eoon IMJURI in
larity the private colored schools now iii the ci
THE Nv'KM AL SCHOOL
has becuS-hanged into a girls' grammar sehe
where the higher branchos of the English langui
are taught : but select clasaes are to Ix? forn
where pupils can obtain the instruction that v
flt them to become teachers. .About four hnndi
pupila were registered yesterday, but the morai
was principally occupied in arranging the claai
and accustoming the acholara to tho discipline
the aebool. Tho Commissioners have, made
rangements for the accommodation of between ?
hundred and aix hundred pupils, and should tl
number be acceptod it will necessitate an electi
of two or more assistant teachers. At present t
Principal, Vice Principal and five Assistants cc
Btitute tho corps. In arranging the buil ding it vi
found ncceaa?ry to furnish new settees and otl
t'uruitnre for the Assembly Hall ; tho contract I
a portion of these wao awarded to Mr. C. A
BBECHT. iu Wentworth street, near Pitt.- Notwit
standing th* comparatively short notice, thc
pettees, ?cc., wore fm nibbed in ample til
aud reflect great credit upon the mak<
while some articles of school furniture that we
ordered from tho North havo failed to reach tl
city. Tho Normal, or more properly the Hij
Grammar School, is undor the control of the ic
lowing teacbero :
Principal-Miss A. It. SIHONION.
Vice Principal-Miss ETTA A. KCI.LV
Assistant',-Misa H. F. BOKAH, Mias J?ITELI
Wen.DSN, Miss JOSIE C. CARN. Miss MABIA 1
KEITH, Mrs. ISAP.L A. SMTH.
THE ST. PHILLIPS STREET SCHOOL
ls designed for both girls and boya, the formet
however, being only in the primary departmen
This school has also been redtted during tho vac;
tion, and ia now capable of accommodating hoi
! nine hundred to one thousanJ pupils. Abot
eight hundred were registered yesterday mornini
and from tho crowd that stood bet?re the gates v,
judged that many who carno with that intentio
were debarred tho privilege on account of thei
tardiness, and would have to return thc next da.\
Tho school ia divided into three departments-tb'
first and second grammar ami the primary. Ther
aro several classes in each department.-aud th
accommodations in the Bhape of class rooms, tux
ure thorough and complote. Tho toucher.- are:
First Grammar Department: Prinoip:i! of Schoo
-Mr. H. P. ABCHLK.
Vice-Principal-General W. S. WALKES.
Assistants--Mr. M. M. FABBOW, Mis3 C. (). Mu:
TIN, Miss ANN ARCHER, Miss M. E. FABEB.
Second Grammar Department: Principal Mi
C. C. HAHBEBS.
Vice-Principal-Miss A. Y. CunwoBTH.
Assistants-alias A. M. RICHARDSON. Miss E. S
JOHNSON. Miss M. E. CANTWELL.
Primary Department: Principal -Mr-. M. WHITE
Vice-Principal- Mita MAB? C. PHOTON.
Assistants Miss OCTAVIA C. PANSIN, Misa S. E.
BOXXKBOK, Mira s. R. DAVIS, Miss JULIA B. IXXHX.
MISS E. ( . ??CRQEKS. Miss M. E. FABEB.
THE in^TINO STREET SCHOOL
Has become quit" popular since tho occupation of
that in Morris street by thc colored pupila. It is
unfortunately too aniall and confined for the num?
ber cf pupila that apply, as there ia no other free
Behool in the Dpper Wards. At present it is im
Ioeaible i?r the Board to extend the privileges of
education Ly occupying other buildings. Tho de?
struction of the Friend ?troot School, and the
assignment of that in Morris street to the colored
pupils, has necessarily prevented many from avail
tug themselves of thc advantages of a free educa?
tion; but wo iraat that, with returning prosperity
an appropriation will be made that will enable
them to rebuild the lower school, and furnish
othera for the children in the upper section of the
city. About two hundred pupils were-enrolled in
the Meeting street School. 'The teat hers are
Principal-Mi?s ISABELLA BLAIR.
We Principal-Mis.- G G. WITHIBS.
Assistants-Miss M- C GRISWALD MISS ti A
TnaiioK?. Misa C ROA;.?
The dav wa-) spent in the diffeicut schools in
organizing the =evotal department? und m I
acquainting tht- pupila with th. roles a?d
regulations. Dnder theae circomstancea, it wi.s
impossible t.> obtain a correct id.-a of (ht working
condition, and we cannot do more than ?iw a
brief uoticu of the schools, hoping tesuuie tua
subject *: nome future du-.
If you want c-bc-ar. ?iank Boofca;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelops*, Pa
per, Ac; or, MILLLKS' Almanac;
if you want Printing oxeen ted neatly;
If you want Booka bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HntAH HARRIS, Nr., 59 Broad street,
PBE-AJMMTTE MAN.-Wp bolicVC it ?S B?CKLF.
M Lu LI yu that il ia ? weU-eaUbbshed fact tliat
H Lc v.. er ona saan brooke a le?, or one woman baa
Ms, immediately ai tor ward several oilier mon will
break their legh, and BOVOral other ladies have con?
vulsion-;. This is culled tlio law of coincidence.
We worn forcibly reminded ol'th is the great law of
chanco yesterday afternoon, when we bad the
honor of ;v visit to our sanctum from Prof. W. C.
txETRB, State Geologist of North Carolina, Dr. N. A.
PRATT Analytical Chemist, of this city, and Prof.
PitAXCia ?i. HOLMES, of Charleston C.'liege. Tho
two former had boca to Prof. HOLMES' plantation
yesterday morning, uoar Ashley Perry, about ten
milos from thia city, to examino the bod (post
plein, no (Icpoeit) w^ described at some length in
our issue of Saturday. They were armad with tho
geologist's I'snal tools, piel; and hammer, and went
tu work, and soon bad reason to bo more than
satis led with the reward of their labor.
They found a piece of ibo boue (dorsal vertebra )
of tht- mammoth, but this ita* long ceased to be
an object of curiosity, KO many ol' the romains ol'
e?tinct animals having already been found in this
bed. They kepi on in their search, and presently
?aw on the sloping beach a jagged object project?
ing about one and a half inches from the sand.
They began tn dig, and soon unearthed, to their
delight ?Dd amazement, a human thigh boue, en?
tire with the exception ol' tho '.ower articulation.
Tho bone ii sixteen iucbes in length ; heavy
onough to indicate petrifaction, yet not sufficient?
ly KO to lead ii.s t?> suppose that it was entirely
petrified. The cellular structure in the coutro is
in perfect preservation. The outer covering only
would appear to have undergono petrifaction. Its
general appearance in every respect is precisely
similar t.> (hat ol' the fossil usually found in the
post-ploiocone deposits. Tina femur was found a
few frat from the bono of tho mammoth rofoned
to above ; and near it a small fragment (nine and a
half inchon long) of a human tibia, apparently be?
longing to Hie same period as the others we have
mentioned. Professor KERU and Dr. PRATT also
fouu I a small piece of pottery. similar to i'.-noral
pieces in i-rofessor Ho?.?ircs7 possession.
This is a very important dise.r cry. and v*e do
uni wonder that Professor HOLMES enthusiasm is
at feyer boat. After looking for human bones in
this bed for upwards of twenty-three years, it is
sin^mar those shculd have been found at last by
others, who were there casually on a first visit,
Professor Hni.iins not being with them. As a
curious coincidence, wo may also refer to the fact
of our having directed public attention to thc sub?
ject only two days agc -m Saturday's NEWS-and
thor.) having asked the question, Why human
bones have not been discovered in a stratum
giving so many other evident-.s of the presence of
man? Scarcely was the iii^di i. when the ques?
tion received a signally brilliant and perfectly con
viucinf-; answer in the femur discovered yesterday.
We hope Professor HOLMES will give his fears to
the winds, and proceed at once to publish this itn
poriant discovery to the scientific world.
AT.?. KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DULY
Auction Sales Thia Day.
Mass DHAKL will sell thtsda.x. at bia store, corner
of Kin.; aud liberty atreeta, at 10 o'clock, fancy boxes,
JOHN G. Mn.soi: f? Co. will !<ell Ibis day, tn their auc?
tion sales room, No. US Meeting street, at ll (?clock,
lhr*o stock of a retail dry goods store: also prints, on ac?
count ol all concerned.
WM. 3. IIASTIIC. S. C. D', will sell this day, at tho north?
cast coiner ot' the Court nouxe, at li o'olock. a lot of
land in Trident street, a lumber cart and a carriage;
also, at ono o'clock! on MALONE'S lot. King street rond,
all the right and title of the defendant in a diat?lory.
T. M. CATFR will sell this day, on Brown's Wharf,
at o'clock, butter, hains and sides.
R. ic A. P. CALDWKLL will sell this day. before their
store, nt ic, o'clock, strips, shoulders, ic,
MCKAY k <'VMPBEIJ. will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction salesrooms, No. 13?? Mi cling street, op?
posite Pavilion Hotel, bankrupt stock of dry uoud?, boots,
LAI'BH A ALFKANUIK will sell tins da;., at 10
o'clock, before their store, No. 137 East Bay, ham?,
MILUOAN k SON ?ill sill this day, at 10o'clock,at
No, 3? Vendue Range, dry gooda, shoos. Ac.
ll TU VtV M. CL.KCKI.KV. Ill I?..
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. SOUTHWEST CORN FR
COLLEGE AND GREEN STREETS, Charlestou. S. C.
COKSTTLTATIOM BotJBS- From 7 lo '.?', A. M.; from to
4)/. P. from 8 to lo P. ll.
For restoring sdretigili and appetiie, use the great
Southern Tonic. PAKXMS'S HEPATTO BITTERS and you
wUl uot bc di^apiMiintcd. For salo by all druggists, tu
what .- TARRANT'*! EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what ac its effects? These are ques?
tions which tbs great American public has a right lo
ask, and it also has a right to expect n esndlri and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
?aline cathartic, alterative and tonic, aud ls most care?
fully prepared in thu form ot' u snow while powder, con?
taining all the wonderful medical properties of the far
tamed Seltzer Springs ot Germany
Of Its effects we would say that those who have tested
C>e preparation aro the best judfe?, and they declare
over their own signatures that thu preparation will
promptly rolicve indigestion. Regulate the flow ot the
bile. Cure every species ot headache. Tranquilize thc
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate thc weak. Miti?
gate thc panjs cf Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in thc
Stomach. Cleanse and tone tho bowel?. Assist the
jailing appetite. Cure thc heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and it
will convince you ol' the abovo tacts.
TARRANT k CO., Sole Proprietors, New York
Sold by all Druggists. ames Soptember 12
The Ttmc to Advertise tn tile Country.
Tux Team* has a large circulation throughout tht.
rtiiddle and lipper Districts ot the State. Adve: iislD|.
r.-.:<^ cs reasonable ar tho stringency of tho menor mar?
ket will warrant Merchants mid others wishing to use
tb?; relumes ol the paper will address
JULIAN A. S?XEY. Propriitor,
l v unary %"> i iolumbla, s. c.
OK IOU WILL LOSE .4 FORTUNE.
THE SALE OF . rOKETS IN GEORGIA ?TATE LOT?
TERY, fur the Grand Scheme of Ootober 9th. CAPITAL
rr.lZE. SaO.000, Tickets only One Dollar. Closes THIS
DAV st 6P. M. Office No. 20 BROAD STREET.
OotobcrS ?r - 1
The lledttns and M Borgias fortified their systems
rr i th no werf ul antidotes ageiust tbesuhtle poisons willi
\Thi?S|hey tised tut-dm ro> their enemirs, and which
thoy feared might oner day be employed against them
suire?. /?Charo are inri ?Me poisons, almost as deadly,
against wBWb few' of us think of taking any precautions.
Theta banes are In the air. Whou thr atmosphere is
surcharged -.villi thom, as tl sometimes i-< at this season,
epidemic fevers i.usue. The Summer which has Just
closed has beon a most remarkable one. The amount
ol rain that has fallen han bera enormous, and thc exha?
lations from the soil have been, and aro, dante' und co
pious almost beyond eismple. These ?adulations exer?
cise a pernicious influya,-;: on thu vi;sl power*,and pre
dispose tue system tu disease. Everywhere people are
complaints r>funu->aul debility, latitude aud depres?
sion. These symptoms are generally i'oreruunets of au
epidemic. Combat thom early--before they lapse int.?
soniuthiuL' worm-willi HOSThTTER'? STOMACH BIT
TEES, the mostefl'eciivi autidote to malaria timi tho
vegetable kingdom has ever yielded, lu opt ration is
three-fold,-Invoga railug, depurativa and autlbUious.
Free Lom any Ingredient thai In thc slightest degree
deleterious to health and containing the .mues aud *x
troeta ot thc rarest medicinal herbs, it is Immeasurably
superior, a ' a defensiva preparation, io any other louie.
b*rt?*l cr mineral, at prosent used lu medical practice.
A course cf HOSTETTER'a BITTERS ls, humanly
speaking, a perfect safeguard a^ahul intermittent aud
remittent fevers, <; October 7
Know thy Dest iny.
MAXXUU B. T. TnoB5TO ?. the srest English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and 1 sychomelr.cian, v,liO ?.RS aatnn
inhed tho scientific classes of tho 01.1 World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. V. Madame TaoiiSTf.:;pos?
ai euell wond?rfiii powei 9 of second fisTbt ai t.-> ena?
ble her lo imper! knowledge of the greatest Importance
lo the atngis or married oi cither suv. While In a alan,
n trance, she delineates lue very lsaiares ot lae perara
yon arc to marry, sud by the a.d ot aa Instrument nf in
ti r.jc power, know.l as the PaycboxUGtrope, guarantee, to
produce n lit.- lite i icture of the future husband or wife
oi the applicant log< thor with dite.,: marriage, posniou
In Ufe, leading traits or character, A*c, This is no hum
bus, s- tbouaaud or iest,?u,-.nlsl- ^aii assert. Sba .viii
scud, .-.hen desired, n certified cerilfieato, or wriitao
guarantee, that rite picture i? what i: ; nrporta t.e. V,
enclosing a muait lock oi hair, and giving plaoe of binn,
diupoait?ou ?nd i >inpleaaon,attd ^ncloglnq flfty. ccu
and stamped envelope UJUI. ?A?,? tn yonnelf, rou ?vi? r..?
f Ivo lbs picxtue and ? (laired i'jfurmatiou n> return mail,
all . otnii-.unicaiioa? sacredly confldantial, Addr*^-. iu
confidence, Madam; F. F THORNTON, P.O.Box233,
Hudson. N Y_ ly March 30
Free lo Everybody.
A L?r?e C pp Circular, giving fnlormatlon of ?he
rroate;! Importance to the joting of both :.a.tts.
It teaches hr-w the homely may become boautiful, tl.,
.i^spljed respected, and thc icrsakau loved.
Ko young iady ct gen ll oman should fail to tend their
sddre:.a. and receive a ropy post paid, by return mai!.
Address P o Draws'-. 'A.
Match 30 lyr Tro.., N Y*.
Or you will lose a Fortune,
THE KALI' OF TICKKT8 TTOEORGIA STATE LOI
TERY, for th? Grand Scheme oi Oct*b*r 9Ui. OAl-TT V ).
PRIZE, S?O.IMIU. TiokatK only One Dollar. OloPftu THIS
DAY at ? P. II. OftVd No. iO BBOAD STREET.
October 8 1
Two of Hie Prisses are ?ow ready
rpHE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS IS CALLED TO
J. the best COTTON PRESS that has ever been offered
to tho market for baling cotton. It ta warranted to presa
650 Uss. into au ordinary fired bale with two mon. Il is
substantial and durable, and can bo placed ic thc samo
building with (he Gin, One of them can bo wen in <*.per
ation st North Commercial Wharf. Apply to
WM. S. HEKERY,
* NO. SH MEETING STREET.
October S _tutbsf.
IR ON TIE S.
FAS? P1TB\T TIE.
A SUPPLY OF FASSMAN'8 SELF FASTENING
J\_ COTTON TIE, (anew auu superior article), just
received and for sale at lowest prices. Liberal discount
R. J?. BUTLER, Agent,
October S NORTH ATLANT IC WHARF.
REDUCED PRICES !
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY Or 'BEARD'S
PATENT SLOT TTE,"
'.BEARD'S PATENT IM PB OYE D BUCKLE TIE,"
which will be sold at greatly roduced price?, and on
Dealers supplied at a hean discount.
GEL?. W. WILHAMS & CO., Factors
IVtober .? ie
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WBOUOHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE. AND THE BEST ONE YET
inveuted. It is the : trou jost Tie, standing by test a
htraln ol' fiftOO) two thousand pounds. The most easily
adjusted Tie, as it is self-lantmlng. The most simple,
requiring only to sbp thu band into the buckle, and the
elasticity ol' tho cotton fastens itself, and it caunnt be?
For sale, in laige or small quantities, by
ROS*. ROBERTS A CO., .
Commission Merchant* and General Agenta,
No. 90 Front street, New York City.
STREET BRO. A CO., Agent3.
July IG 3uio Charleston. 9. C.
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
.\unr. ONLY BI
BATES, HYDE & C< >.,
NEW YORK-1ST Water street.
BOSTON-". Pl.,.-ulv Building.
NEW ORLEANS-Cl St. Charles slr.vi.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVTLH>N HO PET;,)
I ?nt Irr* ill all Kimi- ol'
SAW AND ROLLER 8?NS
COTTON GINS. \:
HEN ERE Y'S MCCARTHY OIN.
H. L. EMERY & SON'S SAW CIN A NI? t 'ON
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S (UN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S ?DOUBLE CYLINDER GINY
BROWN'S HAND OIN.
EAGLE OIN. -I
LITTLE GUST HORSE NM.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THF BEST, MO=T COMPLETE CUD CHTAPFST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power int? the mr.it, t. wr
r.ouldstat.- that tho following are come of the advan?
tages posseased bv tua'T UTI E GIANT" over ali other
Horse powers :
L Ita great strength ou account of being double gcired.
which not only doubles thc strength by dividing the
Btraiu cn twice the number of teeth, but by gcariua on
both sides of tho wheels it equalizes thc wear on the
tbufts, and materially lessens th? friction, cnr.bMngtlifi
horses to do much moro work than with snv other
Its compactness and extreme portability, lt weighing
about one-half as much as other Horso Power;, and occu?
pying but one-third tho space, it can be packe j in small
boxes, thud saving much expense. It ls so simple that
thc most ignorant person would have no dhlicuir. in
putting it together.
3. The facility r?ith which it can bo adjusted to anv
kind of machinery at any angle, either on tho ground or
over head, without moving it from, its foundatiun, will
be appreciated by fermer* snd plauters ss specially adapt
?.(1 for driving Cotton Gin
OOH vc: L. KnTEHY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAT LW A VT
NOMI* AMI REAPING ?ACHINES.
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Trou
rLOtV CASTINGS, in every variety; Cultivators ;
Home Hoes : Burowa : Cast Iron Field and Qardeu Rol
lera ; Fan Mills; CoiuMilK: Corn Shelters; Corn and Cob
Crushers; Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters ; Planta?
tion Carts and Wagon? ; Caual arid Garden Barrow* ;
>ugaf Mill? : Grindstones ; Raid Scrapers;-OautiiH
> liofeli ; Sj tades : Raken ; Fork- ; Hoes, ftc., &e. Oar
'I. n seeds, uf all Kind*, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Sired,
(OPPt'SITE PAVTMOH HOTEL.)
CIlARLBSTOff. s. c.
Time 13 tuiiu
FAHD ll AMI MMM Wm\\\l
C H A ll LKSrL\< > \ . S. C.
Ri pb inii> r '. i stofblino
11H.LIU1 H. MIMD * bx,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE No ll Al S fi STREET.
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, tmm yiRtilvfs,
S Fl I PP ? NG ? G EST TS.
?X/ILLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE^ PALI' AND
>* SUI 1'MENT .t.. Foret?ni awl Domestic P--"i ; 1
i O iTON, RI CE, LUM iii; AND NAVALS" TOBE! ?
ATLANTIC li 'mr . ?um lento?. S.C.
I. a ii.i.i... .A. R. CHISOLM
\ OT IC IO.
TTUIE SHIPPINC AND COMMISSION 3?S?ESS
V will for Ute present bo carried as usual by ?Ja
nodi rsigfittd at No. o East Buv, over tho ?tore formen.?
. iptaa by CRAIG. TUOMEY * CO. _.
Mi persons haring individual claim* mu* prsssniVu
i?.aae. and thoa* indeMed mdltldually T" "^J^1
mom to . . : i .. .it..
THE TR?-WEEKL? SEWS,
T>UBIISHED ? S WTNN9BOBO' Si C., AFFORDS A
? profitable medium fa? rae advertising public CA
We mpsctittlty solicit their pstreur.. ? ?-r ?ur mutine
DA I J. LARD, oeSPORTES \ WILLIAMS
Butter, Ham'i and Si '.'i.
BY T. M. CATER.
W1U be sold THIS DAY. ou Brown1? Wharf, atthrcv
quarters -past Nine, o'clock,
7ii nrkins STATU BUTT BB, in store and landing steam
. 400 Bagged llama
tl tierces Unhanged Ham?.
Coiiditioua cash. . October 8
KY R. ?i A. 1'. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tho Bib, will bo sold, before our store, al
naif-past 0 o'clock,
. BACON STRIPS
Conditions cash. October 8
trams. Shoulden, Strips, (on], App.'es, cte,
BY IiAl'KEV cw ALEXANDER.
THIS DAV, the 8th instant, will be sold before onr
?ti-re, No. 137 East Bnv, at 10 o'clock,
ISO New York S. C. Si rips
10 obis. Apples-in tine order
10 coils Rope
12 dozen Clothes Lines
lo dozen Straw Brooms
4 Nests Buckets, Sic.
AND OX ACCOUNT or ALI. CONCERNED,
15 bags COHN
7 tierces Hams
1 hhd. Sugar.
condition.- cash. . October 8
Hoots, Shoes, Broqaiis, Balmorals. Gaiters, dec.
BY rf. r i I % i O? HOS.
On TO-MORROW 9th inst., at 10 o'clock, in our tales
room, No. 142 Meeting Street, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
We will HOII for cash
50 Cases BOOTS, SnOES, Brogans. Balmorals, Halters,
kc, all Fresh and Seasonable, Goods.
10 CARTOONS SHOP GOODS.
Liberal cash advance* on nmsiguniants,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC^
4. FINE LOT OF ROOFING SLATE FOR SALE
l\. cheap Ht
C. W. SEIGNIOUS'S COAL YARD,
October 8 10? Kant Bay, near Hasel street.
ANDREW HcfOHB, Jr.,
HAS THIS MAY OPENED, AT NO. 217 EAST BAY,
opposite now Custom House, a General Commis
sion Business for tho sale of LIME AND BUILDING
MATERIAL, and respectfully solicits the patronage of |
the public j-enorally. stnwl2 September 28
important to Farmers and Millers.
PORTABLE GRIST, MEAL AND
FLOUR MILL, COMBINED.
HART A MUNSON'S FRENCH BURR MILLS, LAT?
EST IMPROVEMENT S, patented 1860 several
MILLS in operation in this city. At low prices.
JNO. CAMPSEN 4 CO., Agents,
No. tl Market street, rppnaite State street.
September M tnflmo
mmm m mm
Gin rO NO 20.1 LAST B\~V^^kl'Y ?OUH
f CROCUS EJWBT POWDER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOTH, Ac. tor polishing.
NEATSFOuT OIL, for Leather Hose
LUBRICATING OILS, for Machinen,
At Mgures within thc roach of nil.
WU. H. BIRD Sc CO.
SeptemN r 18
H O W ?7 S
ALWAYS TAKE THE HIGHES I' PREMIUM. AND
TOOK IT AT PAWS THIS YEAR, as ofttclal docu?
ments will allow.
These Scales are plaosd entirely on their actual merits,
aa evnrr Seale is warranl.il to give entire satisfaction.
RAILROAD TRA' K COUNTER
HAY, COAL BUTCHERS'
DORMANT DRUGGISTS' and
Ot every size and variety. ' Call and examine samplna al
the CHARLESTON AGEHCY, sign of Marvin's Safe.
W. M. BIKO Sc CO.,
Septembers NO., ?8 EAST BAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PATEN i SAFES nc7cr mould their cont6nts.
MARVIN'S PATENT SATES never corrode the iron.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES LDVcr lose their Fire proof
M,VRYTN'fl PATENT SAFES are the only SAFES ailed
v.itu Alum and Dry Plaster' No ether Safe has these
\\TH REFER TO i HE MERCHANTS, COTTON PAC
V? TORS, Bankere ami Jewelers of this city whom
we nave auppiled. Six ty eicht of these Safes havo been
sold by us since the do?? of the war, which alone should
be a sufficient gu?rante* that they are all we claim.
Call and examine the stock now on limul, or send for a
W. M. BIRD Sc CO,
.N.-. 'Jon EAST BAY, A#euu torCnariMituu.
EIRE AND MARINE
BISKS TAKEN ON"
HOUSES, COTTON, Rf CE, FURNITURE,
MERCHANDISE, &?.., AT TARIFF
RATES, IN THE FOLLO WIS 44
' RELIABLE COMPANIES,
MERCHANT'S ANO MECHANIC'S FIRE INSURANCE
PANT, ot' Baltimore.
Maryland Eire Insurance Company, of Baltimore.
Howard Fire lusurauce Cofnpany, of Baltimore,
National Fire [n su rance Company, of Baltimore,
Associated Fin luau's Fire innurauce Company, ,,f Uniii
Standard Fir? Insurance Company, ol Nev, \..rk.
%.>iil:<c-i - and Neu York Firs Insurance Company, ofNew
MARINE RUSS TAKEN Ai REASONABLE BATES
lo the Oriental Mutual Insurance Company <-t New York
HUGE Ii & ItAYENEL, A^oiits,
CORNER EAST BAY A SP EXCHANGESTREET.
October I - _ W,H*_
LIFE IIIJB? ?0MP1N?
. t. ti Y O R-K
' I V, Y WI I I RTS GEO. L. WILLARD.
^..?V, ntn il ll . H. E PEER REPENT
' , ul TTE*MW 1" TH UM AF
j i, , ct S El b JOHN HOLSEY.
u wv ? i i i E. TOWNSEND.
'^? r i r THOS. T. BUCKLEY
ST ? BFECEal \ . HENRY A. SWIFT,
r/' v - rsIA CK rAS. H. PRENTI? E
PSrra R GU A VE-. H MESSENGER.
XT^XOSLB GEO. L. NICHOLS
iv rs V NOYKS, J. W. FROTHtNGBAM
? -U ?' FOWLER, WM, C. f.KELDON.
? ivi i B CALDWE1 : OLIY ER ?3. CARTER
wa BENTLEY. LEWIS B. LODER.
WM P. PREN! ICE ?. T. B. MAXWELL.
, H FROID IN. ?il UM EZRA P. PRENTI,'!
., - r ?Bt R BENL lilfRs.
GEORGE I. WILLARD, Presiden i.
O. H. GORDON. Vier; President,
o .. PLYER, secretarv and Actual.-.
THE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FC':' THIS INSTITU?
TION ara very lib?rai and attn ?-vc- to thoa? who wi*h
to insuse their brea in u FIRsi ;. COMPANY. Its
business ls vcrylar?t- und rapid: ising, AU th?
various kinds ot policies are In .... : . as favorable
terms a= r.re offc rrd iu any otb'.: goo.i ompany :a the
conn rv. DIVIDENDS increase wit .;-,e agc- ol :t.e
Policy. Non-perticipsting rate^ tiru li . ihan those of
lily Company in the world. Losses pal i in thirty days
titer duenouce and proof ol dcatn. . iberal m rango
inenta mad? tn regard to travel. One-tin ?. 1 of th? am.vjut
i l premium mil be loan dthe policv-nol, ur if desired.
J. AL?RED CAY. Gem :?1 Aient.
?fti.-,. m rf-ar ot Limn Insurance.
inly 13 stUthSnm Lau Ran. , Broad atresL
! Irhrtierved Sate. -Bankrupi' Stock of Dry Goods,
Boots, Slices, Hals, Notions, Au, ac.
MeKAV & CAMPBELL,
Casi? Auc tion House, No. 130 Meetins Street,
opposite Pavillon Hotel, -
Will commence b> sell, THIS DAT. TUESDAY, 8th inst,
at 10 o'clock prut laely,
- Pieces of FRENCH MERINO, Dulaiues, Bareges,
Poplin*. Striped Woollen Plaids, Silk Velvet. Mull and
Swiss Jaconet, ( 'ainbric Lawns. Browj Domestics, ac.
- Pieces CASSTMRRE, Iv-teraham, Satinet*. Twcoda,
Jeans, shepherd's Plaids, Flannels, ??c., fte.
Ladies' and Gents" VESTS and UNDERSHIRTS, Gents'
super Llneu Bosom and Woollen Travelling Shirta, Co at
Binding, "Coates' " Spool Cotton, Silk Thread, Whito
Tape, Cloak Trimmings, Ac, Ac.
MILLINERY HOODS, Ladlee' sad Misses' Hats, trim
med and untrimmed
Pieces Ribbon, Ladies' Linen and Cambric Handher?
chiefs, hemstitched and embroidered.
HOSIERY-Ladies'. Misses' and Gents' Hose and Half
Hose, Gloves, Ac.
Ten case? dents' FELT and WOOL HA Ti?, a erv fin?
- Cases Gents' SEWED BOOTS-custom made
- Cases Gents' pegged double soled Boots
- Cases Gents' sewed Gaiters
- Cases Ladies' and Misses' Balmorals
Varied assortment of regular Goods.
100 Suits Custom-made CLOTHING.
An Invoice of PRINTED LINEN DRESSES, Lace
Book Collars, Infants' Embroidered Waists. Hemstitched
Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Ac.
These are worth the attention of the trade? .
One 16 carat S DIAMOND RING, first water.
Cutlery, Nortons, Ac.
Tue above Goods open for examination one hour be
Terms cash._October 8
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me direoted and
delivered, will be sold THIS DAY. thc Nth day of Octo?
ber, at the northeast corner of the Court House, at 12
o'clock M. precisely,
All the right, title and interest of the deieudaut in a
Levied on and to be aold as thc property of Bell A
White, survivors of Bell, White A Co., at the snit of W.
At the same timo and place,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in a
i ii i lana
Levied on and to be sold aa the property ot Michael
Wallace at the snit of William Moran.
Terms cash. WM. S. HASTIE,
October 8_ H. C. D.
By virtue of a warrant of restitution cum FL Fa will
be sold THT8 DAY, the 8th day of October on
the lot of Malone, King street road, nert door to the
Foundry of E. Merker, at 1 o'clock P. M. precisely
ALL THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE
DEFENDANT IN A DISTILLERY, with Boiler and P<pe
sud five small Boilers, and ot ter appurtenances, levied
on and to bo sold as the property of Ernest Merker for
costs due in the case of the State ex rel. G. L. Buist Ad?
ministrator, vs. Ernest Merker.
Terms cash. WM. S. HASTIE,
October 8 S. C. D.
Dunlap et al. vs. Edings, et ai.
Will be sold under the direction of tho undersigned, in
front of the Old Custom House, on THURSDAY, the
iith day of October, 1867, at ll A. M.,
All that PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAND on
Edisto Island, centainin. about twelve hundred acres of
high land, butting and lwundfug fb the south on the
Edisto River, to the east on the Atlantic ocean, to the
north on lands of Mrs. James Legare, and to the west on
Luids of W. James Whaley, Constantine Bailey, and E.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two sad
three years, secured by bond of the purchaser, with In?
terest from day of aale, and mortgage of the premises
Purchaser to pay for papers raid stoups.
October ? tu3 tal Master in Equity
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY
Flagg vs. Ward.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, la
iront of the old Cuatera House, In Onarleston, on
THURSDAY, the 24th day of October, 1867, at ll
A. IL, the following VALUABLE RICE ESTATES In
Ocorgotown District, belongiac to the late Colonel
J. J. Ward :
LONGWOOD, containing 4A0 acres
BROOK GREEN AND hPRINGFTELl). containing
PROSPECT HILL, containing 400 sereu,
ALpERLY, containing 536 acres.
With tho high Land attached to each.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
October 7 ml th! Master in Equity.
' LOOK OUT!
Or you will lose a Fortune.
THE SALE OF TICKETS IN GEORGIA STATE LOT?
TERY, for the Grand Scheme of October 9th. CAPITAL
PRIZE, $'?0,000. Tiskets only Ons Dollar. Close? THIS
DAY at 6 P. M. Office No. 'ii) BROAD STREET.
October S 1
WWW & KHIMMBR,
Corner of Broad ami Ch u rc li street?,
CHARLESTON- S. C.
Tl/E WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR
YT friends and tho public, that we hare recently iii
up our establishment and hare now connected with the
B -A. IR,,
WHERE THE BEST LIQUORS MAY
. A NUMBER ONE RESTAURANT,
OH THE OLD FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE STYLE,
Where everything in Season ia furnished on reasonable
Orders for MEALS will be promptly attended to.
MILL POND AND PLANTED OYSTERS always on
hand, and wihbe shipped to any part of the State, in cans
or in barrels, a: low priceG.
HARN & 8HERHAMHER.
September 17 _taths2mos
No/133 Meeting street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH
MRNT, and hsve now connected with the BAR
A FD?? RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, an old and popular Catere r ot
this city, bas been engages! as Steward, and he will de?
vote his tlninto this business, a'ud the entire routine o
the Culinary Department will be nuder bis Immediate
Everv delicacy that can be obtained either In this mar?
ket or abroan will be ?ecureu. and the Tables be supplied
nth the first of the s.tasjn.
HAS BEEN RESTOCKED ??ITH
Liquors of every variety,
AND THE CUSTOMER* OF THE ESTABLISHMENT
I will be r awed by attentive and careful waiters.
' Or.ieis mr MEALS, born Dinners sod Suppers, ?fl!
meet with prompt attention, and be prepared hy experi?
enced conks. The
?.in the second ?loor, ia suppbed?with
Ol the i>*?t make, and has every convenience for the com'
fort of visitors. September ll
YELLOW FiYBUND SMALL POX.
NEW YOKE. lime IS, 1SC7.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, SHIPPING MERCHANTS
ol the City of New York, from tba oft repeated testimony
of many aid?rent Sea captains, iu whom v,c have im?
plicit confidence, and feeling it a duty which we owe to
our fellow-men, hereby bear ?ri mes.-, of the great confi
deace we feel in the truly marvellous curative powen of
MAJOR J. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for thc cure
und prevention of ?MALL FOX. YELLOW FEVER, Ac,
and We cheerfully :,id our signatures, hoping lt* won?
derful merits and great blessing lasy be known to the
fiRtET SONS s CO.. No. AJ South Street.
CURTIS A WARD. No. 43 South Street. .
D. H. DxWOLF A CO, No. loi Broad Street
HENRY i SON. No. 25 Coenties Slip.
SIMPSON A SHAW, No. 27 Cosntiej Sup.
WM. A. MOORE, No. '.>05 South streit.
JAB. T. TAPSCuTT, No. so South strer'.. ;
GEO. L. TAPSCOTT,
Of Tapacott Bro., No. SC South straot.
ROBERT HAWKE, No. BC ?outh street.
And many others.
The Remedy has never been known to fall. Price per
package $5. Forwarded free to any point in tho United
states. Address J. T. LANE A CO.,
>;o. 163 Broadway, New York.
September 7 . 3e*
Janey Boxea, Desks, dote Bows, Dry Good*
BY JULES DRAKE.
THIS MORN I VJ-, at 10 o'clock, I will sall at my wore,
cornr r of Kin? and Liberty ?treeta.
A Ur?o aasorimont of the ABOVE OOOW,
OommsncUj^ with an invoice of FANCY BOXES,
'.?00 Ladies' PANC? WORK R?XES
100 Ladles' and Gents' Portable Writing Peaka, Brass
7fi Glove Boxn? f ..
?:o Toilet aad 30 Brush aud Comb Boxes.
Pieces Canton Flannel, Caa timare, Tweed, Satin?;,
Jean, Ked and Grey Flannel, Irish Linen, Brown Plains.
Dozens Brown Blankets, white and Grey TJndarahirts
aud Drawer?, Neglige Shirts, Sontag*, Breakfast Shawls,
L. B. dir?a, L. Cambric and Printed Border Hdkfa.
200 do.. Ladies' and Gents' Cotton and Merino Ho?
siery, Coats' six cord Spool Cotton, Colored Sewing
Silk, Ac ?
Genta' Business and Dress Coats, Cassim ere, Satinet
and Jean Panta, kc.
Large Stock of a Itelaii Dry Goods Store.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB, & CO.
1HIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th instant, at ll o'clock, will
be sold, at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting
Alargo and well assorted stock of DRY GOODS, con
SS"*, 'JL Part- of Broadcloth?, Cashmeres, Satineta,
Red and White Flannels, Canton Flannel, Black Alpacas,
urcss Gooda, Ginghams, Mourning and Fancy Calicoes.
Cottonadcs, Brown ar.d Bleached Shirting and Sheeting,
Tickings. Shuting Stripe, Tabling, Damask. Fine Irish
Linens, Black Italian Cloth, Scotch Diapers, Burge. Bom -
bazmcs. Hosiery, Ribbons, Kid Gloria, Hoop Skirts,
Corsets, Umbrellas, Parasols, Linen Cambric and Cot?
ton Handkerehlefc, Spool Cotton, fins, Needles, But?
tons. Tapes, Combs, Linen Diaper, Huckaback Tow?
eling, Ac, kc. .
An assortment of MEN'S FELT HATS.
r> cases Cotton Cards.
An Invoice MEBTNO SHIRTS and L RAWER?.
10 dozen Corsets.
2 bales Brown r-hirHngp.
20 pieces Red and Witto Twilled and Plain Flannels.
The sale will be continued THURSDAY, If not all dls
posed of _October 8
Prints on acceuntaf CTnaencriters and ail concern
ed, Jeans, Fiirnihate, dc. .
BY JOHN G. MIL NOK ?t CO.,
THIS DAY 8th Instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at our
Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street, on account
of all concerned,
1 case, 21 pieces AMOSKEAO SECOND MOURNING
ll pieces Belgian Tweeds
s pieces Clark Falls Jeans
4 pieces Ermine Cloth Jeans.
2 handsome MAHOGANY DESKS, Letter Proas and
Conditions caah. October 8
MILLIGAN ?Si SON,
9To. ?? Vendue Rang?,
Will seU THIS DAY, 8th Instant, at 10 o'clock,
MATTBESSES, Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Tables, Chairs, Hay Cotter, Plates, Dishes, Pitchers,
Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, 4c.
l BILLIARD TABLE, completo._October 8
Two Mules, One Spring Wagon, One Spring Cart,
Two Buggies, One Sulkey', One Fine Spy Glass.
BY H. M. MARSHALL ?t BRO.,
TO-MORROW, at 10* o'clock, atNo. 33 Broad street.
October 8 . , . ..
One Elegant Rosewood Piano (Seven Octave);
Tiro Handsome Beussels Carpets and Bugs,
Xew Mattrasses find Blankets [SilJc Bound);
Two Feather Bids, Household ?uunilure, ?ec. ?rc.
BY R. M MARSHALL ii BRO.
Auctioneers. No. 33 Broad Street.
The above will be sold at li o'chok TO-MORROW.
October 8_? ? ?
Sale of Government Property.
Will be sold at Public. Auction, on MONDAY, the Utk
day of October, atio o'clock A. H., on the premisos, at
Bonnean's Depot, on the Northeastern Railroad,
A FRAME BUILD,NG, late tho property of the so
called Confederata States. The building ia 40x18 fret,
with a 7 foot piazza. Tarma, caah in Government rania.
In compliance with Instructions from the .Commissioner
Bureau P.. F. and A. L. JAMJ?S P. LOW,
October 7 Chief Disbursing Officer S. C.
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
.J*: .. .-.'V .<?.?.
MURR AY, EODY & ?*>;, Managers.
? -?- . ..is*
, Great Scheme.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $60,000!
788 PRIZE!?-$130,650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To he drawn at Covington, Ken tacky,
OCTOBER 16th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS; ?1*; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTERS, $3;
The chances aro far more favorable to draw prizes in
t lui than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
ol' Lottery Tickets should alway* examine the: tc asmen,
Piixe* paid in full without diaconat .*?
Omolal drawings sent each pureba ser. ,A
corresponde nu may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing ninney with raU address.
63-A11 o'dors for tlcketa, schemes, and information to
be addre*?<*d to H. T. PETERS,
i tilted States Licensed Agent,
' Key Box 52, Charleston. 8. C.
Office No. 90 Haael arrest
?USOME ORPHAN'S HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
MS ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
TO- BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, QA.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn !
A PACKAGE OF TEX TICKETS FOR TEX
DOLLARS l I ABLE TO J)RA VT' $30,000 !
il 111.V ?1IBIMN0N MMES !
CAPITAL PRIZES FROAI ? ;
$5000 TO $80,0001
WHOLE TICKETS from $1 to $20!
SHARES IN PttOjKJRTION.
Draws every aay, Sunday excepted, at Atlanta, Geo.,
si i P. M.
Drawing received in Charleston, by Telegraph, at 5 P.
M., daily. S
AU Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prizes Cashed at this Office.
Correspondents may roly ou prompt attention to
arden by simply enclosing" monet with tall address.
All orders for Tickets, Sch?met, and information
to be addressed to JAME.S KERR,
. Lock Box No. 58?. Charleston, S. C.
Office: No. 90 BROAD STREET. ^ptemberlG
..PUL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
IVO. 6 STATE STREET
CHARLESTON, gfc= C.
LABOR PROCURED AND LABOR FOUND
AppUeattocs to be made at th a General C?ala Office to
H. Y. ST0NH0?3E,
Septemlwr 19 " imo,