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THURSDAY MORNING, OtfTOBEB 10, loo?.
To TRANSIENT ADVERTISERS.-NO transient ad?
vertisement will Lo published in this journal Here?
after unless paid for io advance. By transiont we
mean an advertisement from any person who is
not a reyuiar advertising customei o: thc NEWS.
.toe \WhE.- Wp bareuo4 .ouiplt-ied our office
?>n as to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and ire moat re?
spectfully ask the (tatroiiage of Otu friend*.
Post Office Notice.
POST OFFICE. I
CHARLESTON, October: 5, 1867. \
Un and after 6th instant the mails for Columbia
and points beyond will close-at 4.30 A. M.
A :-ceoud nuil for Columbia and the Columbia
branch of South Carolina Railroad will close at
9 P. M.
Mails for Augusta, Savannah, and the Way Mail
from Charleston to Augusta will close at 0.30 A. M.
The second mail for Augusta closes at 6.30 P. M.
On Sundays but ni* train leaves, and ali mails
close at 5 P. M.
POM OFFICE, (
CHARI JESTON, S. C., July 6, 1367. |
Aftei to-day the mails for Northeastern Railroad
will dobo at fl o'clock A.M., ami to-day and after
ward? they are expected to reach the Railroad
.'Station-' ?it ;i:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
deliver; at tl is ofriee at 3:30 o'clock P. M.
CHANGE OF HOUR FOR DF.I.lVl HY OF SUNDAY M.UL.
On and after Sunday, 6th inst., this Office will be
open from live to six o'clock for delivering mails.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
CATHOLIC INSTTT?TE.-Tho regular monthly
meeting of this Society will be held This Evening
at 8 o'clock, in the basement of St. Paul's Church,
Society street. Business of importance will be
THE SOUTH CAROLINA UNIVERSITY.-The Uni?
versity, says the Phouix, opened on Monday, the
7th, under very favorable auspices. About seventy
students matriculated, and others are coming in
every da... All the old students have not set
"THE CONFEDERA rr. D?AD." The beautiful
Verses we printed yesterday in our -Poet's Corner,
by Major O HARA, a friend informs us, should have
been headed "Kentucky's Dead." They were writ?
ten on the c cession of the removal of the remains
of the Kentucky Volunteers, who fell at the battle
of Buena Vista in the war with Mexico.
OUR unshaven friends, and those who do not
agree with the wise man. in I (linking gray hair
honorable, 6hould visit the Tonsorial establish?
ment of Signor JAMES LOMBARDO, No. 114 .Market
street, where they will find a first class frisem,
who understands his art thoroughly, aud will fix
their heads and frontispiece m the latest Pans
THE NEW JURIES.-By dint of active exertion,
says the Columbia Chronicle, the Clerk and Sheriff |
of the Court of Common Pleas, have succeeded,
through ike courtesy of the Chairman of the
Board of Registration, in completing the new jury
lists, and industrious constables are busy in serv?
ing invitations on the elected, with the prospect
of having the requisite number ot' jurors sum?
moned by Thursday morning. Three colored men
ara among the happy number.
ST. PETER'S CHURCH COLUMBIA.-The Phouix
ot yesterday says : Among the many improve?
ments going on in our city, we must not omit to
mention that now being effected in the house of
worship ol om- Catholic fellow citizens. The ex?
terior is being renewed in appearance, by a coat
in imitation of dark-browu sand-atone ; the inte?
rior has buen thoroughly repaired, and the tower?
ing cross ?.nd the gilt inscriptions renewed by re
gliding and rebrouzing.
Thia structure was founded iu 13*24, and since
then the increas> ot the congregation necessita?
ted its room extension. It escaped destruction
on the memorable night of the 17th Et-binary.
1865, by becoming the refuge of the Sisters of
Mercy, who had retired there after the destruction
of their own institution, on Main street - to winch
may be added the noble conduct of some Federal
soldiers, who kept ard we understand, at the
The present improvements are being carried on
under the supervision of Mr. JAMES A. DKARMAN,
contractor. The present pastor, the Kev. Dr. J.
J. O'CONNELL, has labored for many >ears in this
church, and with complete sneees?. The congre?
gation is large and increasing.
THE FUNERAL OK HENRY TIMROD.-From the
Chronicle of yesterday, we have the followiug ac?
count of tho obsequie^ of Mr. TIMROU : ' This sad
event took place yesterday afternoon, at the Trin?
ity Church, and called together a large number of
the friends and relatives of the lamented poet.
The services were performed by Rev. C. BRUCE
WAEHEB, Rev. Mr. SHAND being also present, but
nuable to participate in them by reason of an in?
disposition, which for several days has confined
him at home.
"The pall-bearers were General WADE HAMPTON,
Professor A. N. TALLE?, M.D., ROBERT W. GIBBES,
M.D., Professor HUGH THOMPSON, WM. H. TAL
LET, Esq., F. G. DEFONTAEST, MELVIN M. COHEN.
and JAMES'S. SIMMONS.
'The coffin lid has closed, the grive ?s Ulled,
and the pale face of HENRI TIMKOD is shut out
forever from the gaze of those wno loved him
well. He sleeps the sleep that knows no waking,
in that narrow mansion, using hi', own beautiful
"Where gloom and gladuess-grase and garden- mixed.
Make it a place to love and not to tear."
"Heaven! shed thy most propitious dews around '
Yt holy atara! look down M nh tender eyes.
And gild, and guard, and cousechrte the ground
Where we shall rest, sud whence we pray to rise."
"We cannot close this notice without quoting
the sad lines written by "HARRY" (as we all used
to know him), several years ago. but prophetically
descriptive of the fiual hour that witnessed the
going out of the brilliant light ;
"Somewhere ou this earthly planet.
In the dust ol flower ? to be.
In the dew-drop, in the ?.mshin-.
Sleep* a solemn day for me.
"At this wakenii hour ot midnight
I behold lt dawn iu mist.
And I hear a sound of sobbing
Through the darkness-hist ! oh. hist '
"In a dim and musky chambei.
I am breathing life away;
Some one draws a curtain soi t ly,
And I watch the broadening day. ,
"As ii purples iu the zenith.
As lt brightens cn the lawn ;
There's a hush of death about me,
And a whisper. 'He is gone !' " '
"DWELL LN THE LAND, AND VERIL? THOU SHALT
BS FED.'*-About two months ago we a?w several
gentlemen from the Northeastern part of this State
in this city, en route for Texas, whither they were
going to spy out the fatness of the land. We en?
deavored to show them theimpohcy of such a step,
and exhausted the entire stock ct argument
against emigration. In vain. For every Teason
wo advanced in favor of staying our friends
could show two why they ought to go. They
went ; all of them, however, returned, and
yesterday we had tiie pleasure of seeing
one of them agaiu on his way home from the
distant West, entirely, radically cured ot the Texas
fever. They had mans inducements to remain,
purchase land and sertie, but weighing the odds
ot moving, transplanting- old trees, going into a
hotter and an insalubrious climate and voluntari?
ly depriving thenisei,. s of all the comforts and
privUeges of eivilired society, schools, churches,
friends, neighbors kinsfolk c-tc. etc.- against the
advantages of ??ood land and brisk "business,
weighing also negro supremacy aud greenbacks
here, against gold and a huge white majority
there-the balance still largely preponderated .i.
favor of old South Carolina.
The accounts they give of theooootn are not
very encouraging. Tho cotton crop in Alabama is
the best they saw anywhere .;, theil route As
they went l'urthei West the-, found increased
tracea of the ravages ol the anny and bod
worm. In some sections tnese pl: s JCS have ul
most destroyed the caine . top, in others about
half a crop will bf made.
In Texas they reporl considerable activity m
business, notwithstanding the great li.-at, and the
malarious fevers of different lypee everywhere
prevalent. Greenbacks an- -catc h known in that
unreconstructed State, except to pay taxes with.
All moneyed transactions are in bard cash, gold or
silver. Politically, also, according to our "pros?
pecting" friends, the people are much mon- hope?
ful than ourselves.
We commend the experience t-r these temporary
emigrants to others afflicted with Texas or Flori?
da fever. We advise them to ponder well before
THE STEAMSHIP SEA GULL, hence for Baltimore
on thc 5th, mot ?dib stormy (reuther, an<l <1?<1 nol
teach ha dcstiuati'ju until Wednesday morning,
The steamship Manhattan, heneo for ?\ew York
on the 6th, met with very bad weather, and roach
od pori al 4 P. M., on Wednesday, the 9tb.
TAxta. -The- recent issue o? the General Order
from, ni il it m y headquai reis suspending tue collec?
tion of certain taxes, seems to have suspended the
collection of all, and greenbacks in the State Trea
stvry are as scave as hen's teeth. With upwards cf J
S130:000 due the State by the taxpayers, much of
which is in the hands, of the Sheriffs, it is peculiai
ly unfortunate that thia order should have been
issued without specific instructions as to the man?
ner of its opetation aud thu scope of application.
So says the Columbia Chronicle of yesterday.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap" Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, ?ic; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
U you want Printing executed neatly:
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to HIRAM HARMS, No. ;19 Broad street.
ALI. KINDS OP JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
M SY* OFFICE.
Auction Sale* Titi* Day.
MCKAY ft CAMPBELL wiU sell thia day, at 10 oVU L.
at No. HiH King street, the contenta of said store.
JOHN G. MILNOR A; Co. will sell this day, in their auc?
tion sales room. No. 193 Meetiug 6treet. at 10 o'clock,
bleached shirting, loincloths, Ac.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's Wharf,
at J 4 o'clock, butter and hams.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at hi* store, comer
of King and Liberty "treota, at ld o'clock, dry goods,
clothing, furniture, &c.
LAUREY 4: ALEXANDER will sell this day, at IO
'clock, before their store. No. 137 East Bay, butter
KILROY A Co. will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at their
salesrooms, No. 1.13 Meeting itrcet, opposite Pavilion
Hotel, domestics, broadcloths, Ac.
ARMY BROGANS.-JOHN COMMINS, NO. 137 MeeUug
street, up stairs, offers tor sala KJO cases of ARMY' BRO?
GANS, by the case, single pair, or fitted to measures.
They are said t be a very superior Shoe.
Oe tober s
tIKUYKV sf. CL.UCKi.KY, M O.,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, SOUTHWEST CORNER
COLLEGE AND GREEN STREETS, Charleston, S. C.
CONSULTATION HOURS-From 7 to 9A. M. ; from 2 to
4jy P. M.; from 8 to 10 P. M.
October 3 t batu 19
The latest and most effectual remedy for the CUDS of
debility, lona ot appetite, headache, torpor of the liver,
etc., is PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale bj
all Druggists. th
What is TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what are tts effects? These are ques?
tions which ' he great American pubiic bas a right to
oak, and it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
salino cathartic, alt?r?t Ive and tonic, and is most care?
fully prepared in the form of a anow white powder, con?
taining all the wouderful medical properties ol the far
famed Seltzer -Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have tested
the preparation are the best judges, sud they declai m
over their own Signaturen that the preparation will
promptly relieve Indigestion. Regulate the* flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize the
nervous system. Refresh and Invigorate the weak. M?n?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist the
failing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and it
will convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., Sole Proprietors. New Y'ork.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos Sfp'eraber 1?
TU? Time to Advertise In Hie Country.
THE PHCENIX has a large circulation throughout thi
middle and upper Districts of tho Stale. Advertising
rates as reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants aud others u mina, to use
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY'. Proprietor,
February 28 Columbia. S C.
The Medicis and the Borgias fortified their systems
with powerful antidotes agaiuat the subtle poisons with
which they used to destroy their euemieH, aud whieh
they feared might one day be employed against them?
selves. There are fnvitHlt pottom almost as dradly,
against which few of us think of taking any precautions.
These banes are in the air. Whon tho atmosphere ls
MIC har ?vd with them, as it sometimes is at this season,
epidemic fevers ensue. The Summer which has just
closed has beeu a most remarkable one. The amount
of ralu that has fallen has been enormous, aud thc exha?
lations from the soil have beeu, and are, denne aud co?
pious almost bevon.1 example. These exhalations exer?
cise a pernicious infiueuce on the vital powers, aud pre
dispose the system to disease. Everywhere people at e
complaining of unusual debility, lassitude aud depres?
sion. These symptoms are generally forerunner* of an
epidemic. Combat them early-before they lapse into
something worse-with HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT
1 ?RS the most effective antidote to malaria that the
vegetable kingdom bas ever yielded. Its op.-rationis
three-fold,-invogaraitng, depurative and ai.?biiious.
Free from any ingredient that is in the slightest degree
deleterious to health, and containing the juices and ex?
tracts of the rarest medicinal herbs, it is immeasurably
superior, a - a defensivo preparation, to any other tonic
herbal cr emeral, at present used in medical practice
A course of HOSTETTER'S BITTERS is, humanly
speaking, a perfect safeguard against intermittent and
remittent fevers. ? October 7
Know thy Destiny.
M*D?ME E. F. THORXION, the great English A (trole
gist, liairvoyaut and Psychometncun. who has aston
lilied the scientific classes ot the Old World, has non lo
cat. d herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THORNTON poa
sesees such wonderful powers ol secoud eight a? lo ena
ble her to Impart knowledge of the greatost Importance
to the single or married of either sex. While lc a Stale
of trance, she delineates the .erv features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of au instrument of In
tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produc? a life-like picture of thu future husband or wu
->i the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
in hie, leading traits of character, Ac. This is no hum
bug, as thousand of testimonials eau assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a sundi lock of bair, aud givlug place ot birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and eucloalug afty eenu
and stamped envelope addressed to > ourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by muru mail,
.All communications sacredly confidential. Address, iu
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y Iv March 30
Free to Everybody.
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest Importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how the homely may become beautiful, thu
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fud to scud thai]
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mad.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March :<u lyr Trot. N. Y.
ilLlOW FEYERMD SMALL POX.
NEW TOKE, June IS, 180?.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. SHIPPING MERCHANTS
ot the City of New York, from the oft repeated tcstlmon;.
of many different Sea Captains, iu trhom we have im?
plicit conflden-.e, and feeling it a duty whkh we owe to
our fellow men, hereby beat witness ot the gre;t cona
dence we feel in the truly marvellous curative powers it
.MAJOR J. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for the . are
and prevention oi SMALL POI, YELLOW FEVER, Ar
and we cheerfully add our signatures, hoping its won?
derful menu and great blessing mar bs kucwi? to the
BREET SONS A CO., No. Ai South Sues:
CURTIS A WARD, No. 43 South Street
D. R DEWOLF A CO, No. 103 Broad Street.
HENRY A SON, No. 25 Coenties Slip.
SIMPSON A SHAW, No. 27 Coenties SI.p.
WM. A. MOORE, No. '.'CO South street.
JAS. T. TAPSCOTT, No. 8? ->-uth sti ed.
GEO L TAPSCOTT.
OfTapBCOii bro . .io SC Suuih -street
KOBERT HAWEr, No St* South street.
And nany others.
The Remedy L*i nsrer teen known to fail. Pri?e pei
package is. Forra J=J free to any point in the United
States. Adirel J. T LANE A 00 .
: o IC I fci jad?av. New York
SrptfUlbtl ', "?6"
"THE IKISH CITIZEN:"
N R \Y YV BR ic L V M E W s p \ P R lt
ehoMUKToK AM) KD IT. ?ll.
J< >HN MITCHEL.
FIRST NUMBER IO At>PF.AR ON SATURDAY. THE
12th ol October. 18(17.
Terms by the year. MMI
Terms foi bait year.,[[\jan
Terms foi four mouths.. MMI
Clubs of ;.. lu th? usual propon!,,-, '
Advertiaemeuts to be lorwaxued lmmrdiatel, so as to
bo duly classified. Address, JOHN* IUIXHKL.
Office ot the Irish Citizen,
.. . . Nl5- Barclay navet, Sew y0,t.
: eptember 80 '
F \S HIONABLE
HUH IIREK SALOON !
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOR 3b'AST OP HI VG STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING,
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, in tho la'ost
stylr, and nU other branch?? cl the tonsorial art, and is
willing to receive ail of his old . ustomers, aud the public
RA I KS.
HAIR CUTTING.J5 cents.
li' you wisti au eaay shave.
As good as Barber ever gave,
.lust call at my Shaving Saloon;
I'll i nt and dress the hair with grace,
To suit the contour of the face.
October 10 thstu?tuos
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Octobers. 1W17.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS FREIGHT AND ACCOM?
MODATION PASSENGER TRAINS will not run
ou Sunda;/ Nights. Ail Freight for Columbia by tine
Train must be in the Depot bv 2 P. M.. and for Augusta
by :? P. M. H. T. PEAKE.
October 5 st ut h Imo General superintendent.
ALL KAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA oTm ORLEANS
(Jlialanoofia anti Gruud .1 unction,
THROUGH IX FOKTi'-MXE HOURS.
TBAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At S-.ir. A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., malting close connections at all points
Arriving at New Orleans at 8 P.M. aud 11:40 A.M.
?sT-Pass. inger* by traiiiH of the denrgla Railroad make
doae connections, with this route, at Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS Oil OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. PARR AS IOWAS
Itv ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED
Can I?- obtained al General Ticket Onice. Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia Railroad. Augusta, Ga.; S 'Ulli Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, H. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
S.e. .loriN 1). PICK, Master Transportation.
July Tl 'hi o Western and Atlantic Railroad.
Ol il ESTABLISHED DRU; STORE
-o - -
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIM -v DORN)
WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Thii'd door above Market
AVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS IO
their usual stock ol pure aud fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
rOSMI i t. M
,'otnpi i-iuy invoices from Hie most reputable mauu
lacturera. On band, all the principal
PROPR ? ETA R V M EDICIN ES,
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER. DAVIS.WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, ax. ilso.a
lal y a s-1 .ft ni.-ul ul
SURGICAL iS-si RDMFNTH
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWAR1 OF EVERY, DESCRIPTION.
dr*at sttentic'i is pud fi the impartation sud ?elec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and nene rthtr -ire ailcwed to go oui ni tue Establish
PRESCR ? PT ? ON s compoun il ed
r> Uh accuracy, and tue public eau
depend on tbe utmo?t reliability in
the execution of orders.
E. H. KELLERS, O. ... IP BIER, O
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale ?V Retail Dealer
X li WS PATE Ry, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 587 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street,
C har le s ton, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES ol the Press always du hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivere I or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDLRS trill be promptly attended lo.
February '-s i>
WILLIAM BROOK RANKS,
STEAM DAN FITTER ANO HLUJUBKIt,
IJLA1N AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTEi VT
I'EKPEO TO. Nu. 116 KING Slid l.t.
August ni Bel*? -:. Hms . ?titi ou.-i. -ire t?.
un rn ? i iVTDi i mp You nrriur
NO. 6 STii fE STREET
LABOR PROCURED A\"L? LABOE FOUND
Applications to be ?iaJ? R: the General Claim ?-'.TI -.-.J
H. ^. STONHOUSE,
Claim Ag? m
"??ptrllib?l TJ lUi >
DIE CHABLESTONEK ZEITUNG,
..MI . A. ITAGENKR, Fanai.
Lf > DER i Hi' ABO VT HE VD TH! UNDERSIGNED
I pr pose to publish J Berman Weekly Paper, to ba
ttie or^au ol th.- G^miau population, sud devoted to the
interests of nus stat.- in eni ?uragin . Immigration and
Literaiiii,. tgriciilture. Commerce, Arts ?nd ?rade.
will be represented m u-. ilunins, and tbe uews ot tL
will he given
General i?n>; t WAG ENI R has kindh conseuted to
undertake the editorial management tv. the pr?sent
Subscription - :? for Twelve Mouth-, tl 00 foi MI
Month?; il foi fut, c M..4.1L"
Advertisements united on libera) ti i ...
. . i I Hi EMANN .% I O .
September-.'^ No il Broad street, Charleston, H. (.'.
The GreenTllle Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EYERl iii LT.-D.W. Ai il 60 PEP
vear. m s lvance. Advertisements Inserted ai usunl
rates ol ELFORD,
.y?y lu I'diloi uu.l Proorielur
THE EliORENC-E GAZETTE,
IPUBLISHED EV ERV WEDNESDAY, Al FLORENCE
s, ('., offers an excelleul medium to Merchants and
(?tilers who wish to extend their business in the. Pee
ive ..c. ?iou of the Stat?. Rates ot advertising very rea
sonable. september ti;
Thu Benuettsville "Journal"
TS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
BeunettsvuTe. S. C., in the eastern portiou of th.
state, bj STUBBS A LITTLE, Ptoprietors, and oder
superior inducements.to Merchants aud all others who
wish to extend their business In this section ol the Pee
Dee country. We respecttully solicit the patronage ot
our Charleston friends.
lVruir.-per annum, invariably in advance adm
tleementa inserted at vciy reasonable rate-. July s
DRY GOODS, ETC.
FALL AND WINTEfi DRV (JOOftN
MEL CHERS & MULLER,
No. 217 King street,
3 Door:- South of Market.
TTTK ARE NOW OPENING A CHOICE SELECTION
YV ul the above Goods, ron ?istlug in part of:
i THE LATEST STYLES OF DRESS OOODS, Black
I and Colored MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, JAPE
LUSTRES, JACQUOARD WINCEYS, BOMBAZINES.
ALPACA. WHITNEY CLOAKINGS. CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, FLANNELS, a full Uue of HOSIERY. LINENS.
DAMASKS. LONGCLOTHS, SHEETINGS, Ac, which
we offer for sale at the LOWEST PRICES.
NO. 252 KING STREET,
JAMES B. BETTS,
OF THE LATE FIRM OF
HO BE RT ADGER & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DR? GOODS,
TirotTLD CALL THE ATTENTION OF CASH RUY
Vf EKs to his stock of FAED AND WINTER GOODS,
to which additions are made weeklv.
MU. KETTS will sell uniformly at the lowest market
prices. Changer in tho value of Goods will be promptly
met ; the public may rely on baviug this pledge fully
carrie I out In every department of his business.
MR. E L. KERRISON, so long connected with the
Dry Goods Business of Charleston, ia engaged with Mr.
BETTS in conducting hts business.
October 1 _ tuthsS
DRY GOODS f BUY GOODS!
DRY GOODS !
THE SUBSCRIBER, JOSEPH FRANK, AT No. 215
KINO STREET, Victoria Range, would respectfully
invita the attention ol the citizens of charleston, the
ladles es]>ecially, ami visitoT from the country, to his ex?
tensive purchases. Bc has just returned troni thp North,
having M'lerted a complete stock of FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, embracing everything round
iu a first-class Dry Goods House, both as regards quality
aud price?. His stock consists iu part ol the (hilowing
FINE FRENCH AND ENGLISH POPLINS
FINE FRENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOS
ALL WOOL DELAINES
PAL. DE CHENS
MOHAIRS, ALL COLORS
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACA
AND COLORED SILKS
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
A Tull assortment of every description.
H HM, 11-4 and I'M BROWN AND BLEACHED
A large and select assortment ot HANDKERCHIEFS,
from 12l- cents up to $7.
FINE ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMEKES and
SATINETS, of all colors and qualities
IU, ll and 12-4 ALL WOOL BED BLANKETS
A full stock of WHITE, RED, PLAIN AND PLAID OPE?
MY CLOAK ROOM
ls complete, and consists or a beautiful Moi l, ot FINE
CLOTH AND SILK CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
A fine assortment of Ladies' Trimmings, Haudker.
chiets. Collars, Yankee Notions, Perfumery, Soaps, kc.
A call is solicited, and I will take pleasure lo show my
goods, so come before purchasing elsewhere.
No. 215 KINO STREET,
VICTORIA KA IV UK.
September 24 nul?simo
IMPORTED AN? DOMESTIC
JUST OPENED AND DAILY KEcElVTN? A SPLEN?
DID STOCK OF GOODS FOR FALL AND WINTER
1'R ADE, at wholesale and retail, tor cash, ut a small ad?
vance ot. Northern costs. The stook comprises every
article adapted for the season, and purchasers will do
well to ; all toon, an bargains will Le ..ff?ied, at
No. SO? KING STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY.
October 2 Imo
PALL ANO WINTER
TOE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS SPECIALLY
invited to uur Fall aud Whiter stock ol
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC'
which i-1 BOW1 complete in every department. In
WOOLLENS AND Hi .i\?t. ft.
adapted to Planters' use, wc have a largo stock, to wh ich
we invite special attenuon.
MARSHALL, BURGE A ROW KN,
No. 143 MER TINO STRfciT.
teptembcr 'I , ?irnos
THE LIVERPOOL ANO LONDON
GLOBE KIRK. l.tHI RANCE COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONAL! RESPONSIBLE
LUSSES ADJUSTED HERE.
C. T. LOWNDES. Ageut,
Mavin tliTuio No. lu Broad stiert.
FIRE AND MARINE
KISKS TAKEN UN
no; ?.KS. COTTON, RICE, FURNITURES,
MERCHANDISE, ?fcc, AT TARIFF
RATES, IN THE FOLLOWING
MERCHANT'S AND MECHANIC'S FIRE INSURANCE
PANY. of Baltimore.
Maryland Fire Insurance Company, of Baltimore.
Soward Fire Insurance Company, of Baltimore.
National Fire Insurance Company, of Baltimore,
Associated Firemen's Fire Insurance Company, of Balti?
standard Fire Insurance Company, ot New York.
Yonkers and New York Fire Insurance Company, of New
MARINE RHKS TAKEN AT REASONABLE RATES
.a lue Urirutal Mutual Insurance Cum pu uv o: New York.
HUGER A RAVKXEL, Ageiits,
CORNER EAsT BAY AND EXCHANGL STREET.
October l tutbsC
\ . YV YORK.
A. A. LU Vi.
M M UFT. WTXXET9
OLT\ ER H. GORDON.
I B . HIT TENDEN
Pf PER C. CORNELL
flou. WM KELLY.
WM S riSDALF.
OIL, L BEECKMAN.
IOS. A. SPRAOUE.
U H .i R ilRW 1 M
ALEX. V. MARI
I AM ES 3. NOYES.
WM. C. FOWLER.
. Ol I. B CALDWELL
N. 9 BENTLEY.
WAI r- PRENTICE.
J H. FfiOTUlNiiHA.M
bonito or DrBEcicB- :
II. H. FBOTHINwHAM
GEO. L. WILLARD
H. E. PIERREPJNI
GEO. F. THUM il
JOHN HOI SPY.
THOS. f. BUCKETY
HENRI A sWIFl
J VM. ti. PREN i ii i
ll. MESS] SGI K.
GEO L Nb nor .;
r. x\. riiuTHiNuii \M
WM, C SB EL DON.
LEWIS B. I OD] R
1 i B M Wu ti i
EZRA?, fin NTH ,
BFN1 Ul, :.
GEORGE L. WILLARD.President.
O. H. GORDON. Vice President.
C. \>. FLYER, Secretary and Actu?i s .
TH F PLANS FOR BUSINESS Fop. PHIS IN' un
TloN are very lib?rai and attractive to thoa, who ?i-u
to i DSU Pe their hive iu a FIRST CL vs.-- COMPANY. Ita
business is very large sud rapidly Increasing, All the
various kinds of policies areiumii-cd ou u-, iavorable
ternie aa are offered in any other good Coiupsu) in the
country. DIVIDENDS increase witta the a:;.'- i 'I Uie
Policy. Non-participating rates ure lower iliau ibose ol
any Company iu the world. Losses paid In thirty days
alter due notice aud proof of death. Liberal arrange*
menta made bi regard to travel. One-third of the amouut
ol premium wilt be luauid Ute policy-boluer ii desired.
J. ALFRED CAY, General Ageut,
Utuce lu rear ol Elinore Insurance.
July Ll stiith'Jmo Law Bange. Broad street.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MA (U ST HATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No 77 CUUi'.i'H STREET, uear BL
Michael's Ailov. August 31
TINWARE AT WlfflUW
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
NO. 897 KING STREET.
October 10 ' _thg
Gi O TU NO 90S EAST BAT ANO BUY FOUR
T CROCUS EMORY POWDER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOTH, ?ic, tor polishing.
NEAT8FOOT OIL. for Leather Hose
LUBRICATIVO OILS, for Machinery,
At figures within the reach of all.
WM. M. BIRD ?&' CO.
ALWAYS TAKE THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, AND
TOOK IT AT PARIS THIS YEAR, as official docn
uients will show.
These Scales are placed entirely ou their actual merits,
as every Scale is wan-sutcil to give entire satisfaction.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER *
HAY. COAL -BUTCHERS'
DORMANT DRUGGISTS' and
PORTA RUP. BROKERS'SCALES.
Of every size and variety. Call and oxamlne samples at
the CHARLESTON AGENCY, sign of Marvin's Safe.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
September U NO. 203 EAST BAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PAT ENT SAFES never mould their contents.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never corrode the irou.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never lose their Fire proof
quain v. ?
M ARVIN'S PATENT SAFES are the only SAFES filled
with Aluin aud Dry Plaster. No other Safe has these
WE REFER IO THE MERCHANTS. COTTON FAC?
TORS, Baukers and Jewelers of this city whom
we have supplied. Sixty-eight of these Safes have been
sold by us siuee the cloie ol the war. which alone should
be a sufficient guarantee that they are all we claim.
Call uud examine the Stock now on hand, or send for a
W. Hf. BIRI) & CO,
NJ. ..Mill EAST BAY, Agents for Charleston.
September 9 Imo
UM & ?HER,
Corner of Broad and ( burch streets,
CHARLESTON, S. ( !.
V?TE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR
TT friends and tba public thai we bare recently fitted
up our establishment, nud have now copuected with the
IB A. IR/,
M URKK. TUB BUST LIQUORS MAT
A MM DU' RESTALKAM.
ON THU OLD FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE STYLE.
Where everything in Season is furnished ou reasonable
Orders for MEALS will be promptly uttetided to.
MILL POND AND PLANTED OYSTERS always on
hand, aud will be shipped to any part of thc State, in cans
or in barrels, at low pnecc.
KARN & SHEBHAMMER.
September 17 tuths2mos
MKfiKS. H. II. WMOP&CO.
No. 133 Meeting* street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH?
MENT, and have uow connected with the BAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN HK OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, au old aud popular Caterer ot
this city, ha* beeu engaged ue Steward, aud he will de?
vote his tiuie to this busbies*, sud the entire routine of
the Culinary Department will lie under his immediate
Every delicacy that can be obtained either lu thin mar?
ket or abroad will be secured, aud the Tables be suppliep
with the first of the sessou.
HAS BUEN RESTOCKED WITH
Liquors of every variety,
AND THE CUSTOMERS ul' THE ESTABLISHMENT
.rill be served hy attentive and .urctul walters.
Orders for MEALS, both Dinners and Suppers, will
meet with prompt alteutiou. aud be prepared by experi?
enced rooks. The
On the second door, ls supphej with
i ij the best mat.*, au j has BVerj convenience for the com
tort of visit?n. September ll
PIANO F?Ki'KS ?GUANO, S ??VARI?. AM>
UPRIGHT -Which are n>'W aciruowle.tged lo be,
by the Leading Artist? in tins country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHERS "IN AMERICA, these instruments po-?
seas every modern Improvement, are of the largest ?i te,
finished in CARVED ami PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
tuibraciuy every varietj >>i style. Each na-, the full
METALL IC FRAME. ON ERSTBI Nd BASS (with or with?
out the agrattfe arraunenienl). Lach Lao the FRENCH
ii K A ND ACTION, acknowledged to h.- superior to any
other in rapid execution. ilu=e Instruments ate all
SEVEN. SEVEN ARD A OtJABXEB and SEVEN v.Nl) A lUtRI?
... T.?vt . constructed, OfTHOBdUGHU SEASONED WOOD,
aud of the ?nest and best material. FOTOBEAT eowEK,
(IKGIKU wl'ALITir-. SWEETNESS hud PUS ITS i.>r r.?S?:
ihronsrhont the entire RBOISTEB: ELEGANCE UK I INLSB
ind GREA I Di RABILTTY, the Piano-Fortes of Messrs.
II NM ? .v. MiN ??ie unsurpassed by au- other makers lu
nie WORLD, and have taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHERIVF.R EXHIBITED. Tl?? same facilitiesrhicn
enable this uro to produce a SI PERIOK INSTRUMENT,
?Uso enable them to oder their PIANO-FORTES to the
public at rwENf? PERCENT. lower than any other rmsi
CLASS indlillfai tujvr 111 the country.
The special attention of Dealers, Teachers aud others
invited tu the examination of these Pianos before mak?
ing their selection elsewhere, liven liistrunieut is tiilh
WARRAN VED POR FIVE YEARS. Descriptive divs
laissent to all parts ol thc country upon sppl cation. Ad
dress,. .'I ';\\ .* SONS,
. Nos. JJ:i and ... ; , i j|-t "U e, t,
Between *id and 3d Avenue?. \,m vt>rl..
September J i
THE HERA] JX
. S PUBLISHED WEEKLY Af NEW lt I KRV C. H., Al
1 s:i i>er annum, and. having a la rye circulation
turov.gb ali the upper and lower Districts of the state,
atlor.ls great advantages to advertisers.
Rate? torudverti*luu ?-ry reasonable lot which uppl?
io our Agent, M.- T. t. .-Lii'Li., M U r nils Hons.-. *
.fli'S. V * it U ?EKEKER.
November H?WC ?aJ FroprtMOt?.
* AUCTION SALES.
Damaged Clolhing-On Arcmitii of Underwriter!
und all Concernid,
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CU.
THI8 D?Y, 10th instant, at 10 o'clock, viii bo Bold at our
Salesroom, No. 138 Meeting street,
ONE CASE CLOXHINO,
COKSISTESG OF :
30 COATS, assorted
ll Vests, assorted.
3 CIECULAB SAWS.
Conditions cash._October 10
On account of Underwriters and all eoncerned.
BY JOHN G. MIL\OK <?C CO.,
THIS DAY, 10th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
onr Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street.
30 pieces 34. 7-8and 4-4 BLEACHED SHIRTINGS AND
LONG CLOTH, oi various brands
Prints, Maryland and Lanark Checks, Deuiins
4() pair beary Grey Blankets.
Damaged on the voyage from New York to this port.
ALSO, WILL BE COSTIN CED, SALE OF :
REMAINDER OF SHOP GOODS.
5 cases COTTON CARDS, 1 Sofa, 2 Mahogany Desks, 1
Table, Looking Glass.
An Invoice of UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Conditions cash._October 10
Dry Goods, Clolhing, Furniture, ??c.
BY MILKS DRAKE.
I HIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell st my store
corner of King and Liberty streets,
A GENE-UL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS CLO?
THING AND HOSIE] :Y. .
The FURNITURE of a family declining housekeeping,
consisting of Mahogany Hair Seat Choirs, Cano Seat
Choirs, Rockers, Bodsteads, Book Case, Tables, Side?
boards, Bureaus, Mattress, Pillows, Crockery and Cook?
On to-morrow 11th, I will sell for cash, 100 Cases
BOOTS and SHOES, just received from manufacturers.
NO. 37 LINE STIiEET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD?
ING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LATHS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, 4c, constantly on hand at
the lowest market prices.
September 12 thsly
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MiMM Al FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
(NEAR 1.1 M..
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills. Com Mills, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and all kinds ol
Iron and Brass Casting*, to order.
April 25 thstuGmo
I 1 ?.?ri-"- ?
lyifi Machine Shops.
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ing! in Iron and Brass of
Send orders to
J. M. EASQN A BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus ats.,
Charleston, S, C.
(ON THE HAVANA FLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
7KS PRIZES-$330,(150 IN PRIZES TO UK
To lie drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
OCTOBER 16th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, ?12 ; BALTES, $6 ; QUARTERS, fi;
The chances are far more favoiablo to draw prises in
tl.in than iu any other Lottery in thc world. \Purchaeers
of Lottery Tickets should always cxamiue the t-cbenics.
Prizes paid in full without discount.
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with tull address.
tfg-All o' ders for tickets, schemes, and information to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston, S. C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street.
September C _
[MASONIC ORPHAN'S HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS WM 01 DOLL AR !
TU Bi DR.ATcN AT ATLANTA, QA.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn!
A PACKAGE OF TEM TJCRETb rOK TEX
/'*'/ I.ARS LIABLE TO URA IT530,??!
. _o - - .
CAPITAL PRIZES PROM
$5??O TO $60,OOO ?
WHOLE TICKETS Ironi $1 to #20!
SHARKS l\ PROPORTION.
Draws every ?lay, SnndsTy excepted, al Atlanta, deo ,
:il 4 P. M.
Drawing received iu Charleston, by Telegraph; at 5 P.
Ali Prues paiil without discount,
official Dialings seut e*< h purebaset.
AU Prize? Cashed at this Office.
corre?) D?denla may rely ou prompt attention to
aiders by simply enclosiug money with tull address.
tk?- All orders for Tu-kets. Schemes, and information
lo be addrr-ssed tu JAMES KERR.
Lock Box No. 5H4. Charleston, s. c.
Office: Nts 2(1 BROAD STREET. September IC
McKAY & CAMPBELL.
Will sell TELS DAY .(Thursday), 10th Instant, at No.
408 Els? street, between Jonnaud Ann, at ID o'clock,
00NTEMT8 OF SUD ?TOBE, C.XSBJXKO OP:
DRY GOODS, Notion?, Toys. AAc Also, the Fur.
nlturc consisting of Piano, Mirro.-s, Tables, Bureaus,
Bedsfads, Chans. Pictures. Ac. Ac
Goods to bc removed ou day of esl.'*.
N. B.-Our Regular Sale of Furniture, Groceries, Ac,
at our JStore, No. 136 Meeting street, TO-MOBROW. as
KILROY dc CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at their Kales room i
No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
A large and well selected htock of Seasonable GOODS
DOMESTICS. SATINETS, BROADCLOTHS, Woolens
Blankets, Hoods, Gloves. Hosiery, Dress Goods
Clothing* Fancy Goods. TrlmmiuKS, Buttons, Notions
Ribbons, Millinery Gooda, White Goods
Wooleu Yara. Hoop Skirt*, Neckties, Suspendan
Undershirts and Drawers, Braids, Spool totten
Flannels and Linen Goods.
A Retailer's stock of WATCHER, Solid GOLD RINGS,
Breastpins, Ear-rings, Chains and Charms.
Country merchants will please take notice that they
can buy at our sales at 30 days' city acceptance.
Butter and Cheese.
BY LAL" RE Y Al ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, tho 10th inst., will be sold before our store.
No. 137 East Bav, at 10 o'clock,
19 firkins COSHEN BUTTER
35 boxes Cheese, just received per steamer. .
Conditions cash. October 10
Butter and Hams.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will bc sold, on Frown's Wharf, THIS DAY, at three,
quarters poet 9,
56 FIRKINS BUTTER
Lot LOOM Hams.
Conditions caah. ? October 10
Sale of Government Property.
Will be sold at Public Auction, on MONDAY, the 14th
day of October, at 10 o'clock A. M., on Ike premises, at
Bouneau's Depot, on the Northeastern Railroad,
A FRAME B0ILD1NG, late the property of the sc
called Confederate States. The building is 40x16 feet,
with a 7 foot p'f7/% Tennis, cash in Government funds.
lu compliance with instructions from the Commissioner
Bureau R. F. and A. L. " ' JAMES J?. LOW,
October 7 Cbiei Du.Di!ruing Officer S. C.
Two of the Presses are now ready
THE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS LS CALLED TO
thc best COTTON noss that bas ever been offered
to thc market for baling cotton. It in warranted to press
550 lbs. into au ordinary sized bale with two men. It ia
substantial and durable, und can bs placed in the same
building with the Gin, One of them can be seen in oper?
ation at North Commercial Wharf. Apply to
WM. S. HENERX,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET.
October 8 tuths?
"8 PATENT Ti.
ASUPPLY OF FASSMAN'S SELF FASTENING
COTTON TIE, (anew and superior article). Just
received and for sale at lowest prices. Liberal discount
R. M. BUTLER, Agent,
Octobers NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF "BEARD'S
PATENT SLOT TD2,"
"BEARD'S PATENT IMPROVED BUCKLE DB,"
which will be sold at greatly reduced prices, and OB
Dealers supplied at a heavy discount.
OE0. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Fact'rs
October! _ 10
idliil l Lil I! IL WAREHOUSE
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,) *
Dealers in all kinds or
SA^ AND ROLLER GINS !
HENEREY'S MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY & SON'S SAW OIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S OIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER GIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE BUKT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE AND .CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power into the mai kc t, wo
would state that thc following arc rome of the advan?
tages possessed by the ' LITTLE GIANT" over all other
Horse powers :
I. Its great strength on account of being double-geared,
which not only doubles the strength by dividing the
strain on twice tho number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of tho wheels lt equalizes the wear on the
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, enabling the
horses to do much more work than with any other
2. Its compactness and extreme portability, lt weighing
about .m.- bah as much RS other Horse Powers, and occu?
pying but uni- third the space, it can be packed lu smalt
?oxes, thus saving much expense. It is so simple that,
the most ignorant person would have no difficulty in
puttlug it together.
3. The facility with which it can bc adjusted to any
kind of inachim ry at anv angle, either on the ground or
over head, without moving it from its foundation, will
be appreciated by farmersaud plutiters as specially adapt?
ed for driviug Cotton Oun<.
HORACE L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
?WIM AMI REAPING .TORIES.
WASHING MACHINES. "
PJows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
FLOW CASTINGS, in every variety ; Cultivators ;
Horse Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field sud Garden Rol?
lers ; Fan Mills; Corn Mills; Corn Shelters; Coin aud Cob
Crushers ; Hay, Straw aud Corn Stalk Cutters ; Planta?
tion Carts and Wagons ; Canal and Garden Barrows ;
sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Chums :
Shovel* ; spades ; Rakes : Forks ; Hoes, Ac, Ac, Gar?
len Seeds, ofa? Kinds, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL.
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,}
CHARLESTON, M. C.
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IRON
FTRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TiEvAND TEE BEST ONE- YET
invented, lt is the fjrongest Tie, standing by test a
: nain ot t 'IMIOI two thousand pounds. The most easily
I dj tuted lien- ii is ?LI t-fastening. The .jost simple,
requiring only to slip the band into the buckle, and tba
elasticity of the cotton la-tens itself, and ft canuot U
For -ale, m large or xinall quantities, by
ROSS. ROBERTS A CO.,
Commission Merchants and General Agents,
No. 36 Frout street, N.-w York Citv.
STREET BRO. 4 CO.. Amonts,'
.lo'y !?*? __mo_Charleston, S. C.
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
UAPF. OMU BT
NEW Y0|6K~1S7 Water street,
BOSTON-5 Phoenix Buildiutf.
NEW ORLEANS-61 St . liarles 0trr. I. '
'.'-"??i 5 Juro
FOll THE MILLION!!
WILL SEND. POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tbe tuoet celebrated Actors for GO cents; id Aetresses
rsuceitb; GO Union Generals for 50 cents: 60 ReL-i
Send alt ordurs to P. O. Box. 177, Tr y, N Y
May li ljx