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FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER ll, 1857.
OCR LETTER SHEET PRICES CURBENT AND COM
HEBCIAL CIBCCLAB will be ready (or delivery thia
morning at 9 o clock, at the office.
enders for auy given number weekly with busi?
ness card inserted, must be handed in ou Thurs?
To ?B.vssO> r ADVERTISERS.-No transient ad?
vertisement will be published iu this journal here?
after unless paid for m advance. Cy traudient we
mean an advertisement tioiu any poison who ia
uo t a regular advertising customer of tho NEWS.
JOB WORK. We have now completed our office
-.o as to execute, in tho shortest possible time
ALI. KINDS OF JUD WORK, and we most re?
spectfully ask' the patronage of our friends.
Poet OttU?- Notice.
POST OFFICE, (
CHARLESTON, October r> iso?. \
On and after 6th instant tho mails for Columbia
and points beyond will "close al 4.90 A. M.
A second mail for Columbia and the Columbia
branch ot South Carolina Railroad will close at
9 P. .M.
Maila for Augusta, Savannah, and the Way Mail
from Charleston to Augusta will close at 9.30 A. M.
The aecond mail for Augusta closes at CST) P. M.
On Sundays but one train leaves, and all mails
close at 5 P. M.
POST OFFICE, /
CHARLESTON, S. C., July 6, 1867. j ,
After to-day the maila for Northeastern Railroad
will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach the Railroad
'Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
delivery at this office at 3:30 o'clock P. M.
CHANGE OF HOCB FOB DELIVEBT OF SUNDAY MAIL, I
Un and after Sunday, 6th inst., this Office ?wal be
open from Ave to six o'clock for delivering mails.
STANLEY GF. TROTT, P. M.
THE FABAIEB, Richmond, Va., published hy EL?
LIOT & SHIELDS. -The October number of thia ex?
cellent agricultural monthly has been received. It is
as usual filled with useful and interesting matter.
AUCTION SALE'UF Roora AND SHOKS.-The atten?
tion of the public ia directed to an advertisement
which appears iu auother column. Mr. MILES
DRAXX will sell to-day at his store, comer of King
and Liberty streets, a choice assortment of Boots
and Shoes, consisting of one hundred and fifty
cases. Mr. DRAKE baa adopted King street as his
stand, and from the crowded appearance of "his
establishment on sule dava, the inference ia that it
is a paving buainaas. The sale of to-day offers
inducements to the shoe trade that are rarely
equalled, and we advise an early call.
MB. B. DOSCHEB, of the Postofiice Literary Em?
porium, Hasel street, has our thanks for late
copies of "Die Modenwelt," an Illustrated Maga?
zine tor Fashions and Fancy Work-of the
' Boaton Investigator," a Universalist paper- and
of No. 1 of "Southern Society," published in Balti?
more, which we propose to examine more at
l'.ngth in a day or two. It ia decidedly of a pre?
possessing appearance, and we doubt not wu shall
like it still better upon better acquaintance. We
have aiso received the New York Ledgei from Mr.
FALL AXD WINTER DRY Uoora.-Among the
numer?os dry goods establishments on King
street, few present ta more attractive appearance
than that occupied hy Messrs. M tu irk KS A MUL?
LES, in Victoria Range, three doora South of Mar?
ket street.' This store waa materially injured by
the recent fire Lu that locality, but baa been com?
pletely remodeled and modernized, and ia peculiar?
ly adapted for a retail dry gooda buaineas. It is
useless to comment on the stock offered to the
public by Mesara. MEIXHERS A MULLER ; then
character and standing ia authciently known to
warrant the assertion that it caunot be surpassed
by other atores in the city. Before theil removal
from their old ataud, a laixe portion of the stock
was sold at reduced prices, and (hat uow on hand
has been recently purchased. Mesara. M. & M.
are now opening choice selec.iona ol' these gooda, .
and the attention of partiea wishing to secure bar?
gains is directed to their advertisement in another
THE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS.
There is perhsps no business that is calculated to
rebuilt! a city and restore ita commercial pros?
perity than that conducted by the shipping sud
commission merchant. Tho efforts made to secure
freights necessarily <nfuses some life in business,
while the return trips have an equally beneficial
iesult. Mesara. JOHN A THEODORE OETTY, of this
city, though a comparatively uew ri. m. have, since
their organization, conducted a large and success?
ful business. As the Agents of tho People's Line
of New York steamers, they have given general
satisfaction, and tho steamers- leave for the North
and return with full cargoes. The Souder, which
left yesterday aftemoou, carried the largest out?
ward cargo that she has ever taken. The People's
Line consists of the Moneka anti the Sonder, but
the Prometheus, an additional steamer, is daily
expected. Messrs. QETTT have endeavored to
make tho People's Line acceptable to thc public,
and the result mentioned above is a proof that
they have attained \:heir object. Wc refor to the
advertisements of their house, and of their steam?
ers, which appears LU another column.
JONES' COTTON PRESS.-By ^reference to au ad?
vertisement of Mr. W. S. HENERY, in another
column, it will be seen he has now on hand two of
these presses ready for delivery. The peculiar
merit of this.press ia not because it is a Charles?
ton enterprise, but on account of th* facilities
which it offers to a plautei in enabling him to pre?
pare tus orop for market with but little trouble or
expense. One of these pressea ia now in opera?
tion at North Commercial Wharf (the same de?
scribed a few weeks since iu this paper ), aud baa
given satisfaction both to the factors and to
the firm of Messrs. JNO. ROBINSON A Co., by whom
it ia employed. The preasea advertised by Mr.
HENEBY were made subsequently to that men?
tioned above, and contain many essential improve?
ments. They are capable of reducing any amount
of cotton not exceeding five hundred and fifty
pounds into an ordinary sized bale. When it is
remembered that this is effected by the work of
two men, the invention will at once commend it?
self to the planter as the most convenient and
useful for his purposes. Mr. JONES ia a Charles?
ton mechanic of considerable skill and experi?
ence, and bis presa will compare favorably with
other patents. Our limited knowledge of such
subjects prevents any comparisons, but we advise
those moat interested to examine ita merita and
give it a practical test before arriving at auy de?
HEADQUARTERS SECOND MILITARY DISTRICT?
CtUBXEsToa, S. C., October 9, 1867.-CTBCCLAB.
-The following instructions are published for the
information and guidance of the Commanding
Officer* ot Posts in carrying out the requirements
of General Orders No. 92, current series, from
these Headquarters : I
ft In any case embraced within thetlrat subdivision
of Paragraph I ot said order, the tate of taxation
fixed by law, and prevailing at th? time tho trans?
action was made and completed, or the property, ,
or right, was parted with, which ia the subject of
taxation, shall constitute the'basia for correcting
such excessive taxation ; and upon being conform?
ed thereto, such tax shall be valid and binding
it being the design of that part of aaid Paragraph
I to protect persons, making ouaineas operations,
from unforeseen imposition of taxas in excess of
the rates prevailing when auch operatious were
In any case arisiug under the second subdivision
of Paragraph 1 of ?aid older, the tate of taxation
imposed on the property or person of a resident of
the State shall be the basis foi correcting such tax
as affecting the property or person of a non-resi?
dent ; and upon being conformed thereto, such tax
shall be valid and binding.
In all eases where the collection of any tax ia
suspended under the first or secouil subdivisions
of Paragraph I of aaid order, Ibo order suspend?
ing the aame shall be limited to preventing the
collection of any exceas of stu b tax over and above
the amount properly taxable m accordance with
the provisions of said order as explained by this
Commanding Officers of Posts are authonzed to
make such orders as may be requisite for carrying
into operation the clauses of said order in con?
forming with the foregoing provisions, and all
civil officers at .the respectivo Poata are required
to comply therewith.
By command of Brevet Major-Genanl ED. R. S.
CANSE. LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aid-de-Camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL,.Aid-de-Camp.
LABOE AUCTION S?LE.-Messrs. MCKAY ft I
BELL have adopted the go-abendative sy
and notwithstanding the cry ot' going, g
gone, they have alwaya some articles on haue
command the attention of purchasers. Thei
to-day is composed of a variod assortment
moat everything uuder the sun, from a bau
suit of clothes. They are fully prepared tn a<
modate^b the inner and the outer mau, ai
refer pereons desirous of supplying thems
with both luxuries and necessities to their a
tisemeut ur the auction column.
AN ILLUSTRIOUS TRAVELLER.-We had
pleasure, yesterday, of making the aequaintar
one o? those Ul na tri ons quadrupeds known t
Bernard dogs. He anival lu this city ot
Champion, aud leaves this morning for Cohn
where be will be forwarded by Colonel I
CHILDS to Mr. JOHN B. PALMER. We could
learn bis antecedents, but bis immense size
savane demeanor would incapacitate him fror
coming a family pet. He is about three
high, and of a chookalate color, with short <
hair, and is similar, in many respects, tu
cousin, the Newfoundland dug. He was con:
last night in the storeroom of the Express (
pany, and was somewhat irritable, caused, pi
hiv, by bis late sea voyage, for his face
expressive of great amiability.
THE Prm.ii1 SCHOOLS. -We understand thai
number of pupils who have applied for adm ii
to the ilifferent public schools has so far exce<
the expectations of the Commissioners that
order to accommodate the applicants, they I
elected additional teachers. The Normal Sci
which was designed as a high grammar school
girls has accommodations for about five hun
pupils, but it was found necssery to increase
number of instructors, and three additi
teacheis have been elected. In the St. Ph
Street School the same difficulty exists, as a u
ber of chUdren who were rejected at the Not
Jchool have been received in the Primary Dei.
ment, ana the increase in the number of pupils
manded additional teachers. We have not h<
from the Moms Street School, but the prospec
few days since were 6o flattering that the elec
cannot be long postpoued. It is gratifying to 1
the anxiety of .the public to procure a good edi
tion, and tho only regret ie that, owing to the
ot 1861 and the interference of the military,
State Treasury is empty, and the labors of
Commissioners will be necessarily contracted.
MAYOR'S COURT.- The severity of this judi
sanctum waa undisturbed yesterday by any
usual event. The delinquents werf; abroad,
the attaches of the Court were murmuring at
state of public morals to which we mildly assei
and lamented the dearth of local items lu the esl
hsbment. We always kucw that Charleston wi
moral place, but if this extraordinaiy spell of g
conduct coutinues the cells of the Guard Ho
will appear like banquet halls deserted, whiie
office of municipial justice will become a sineci
This, to persons of a puritanic cast, would see:
very desirable result, but, viewed in a can
manner, it presents oiany objectionable featu:
Firstly, the treasury is bare of greenbacks, wh
are confiscated to the city iu cases of misden
nor, and secondly, the immorality of a city ison
its surest sources of revenue. The trangressor fi
that if he will dance be must pay the piper, i
though he should stop at the City Hotel the la
lords are never losers. Under these circumstam
but influeneed solely by considerations of tho p
bc good, we desire a change. The present qi
is unnatural, and a reaction must soon take pl
that will cause many individuals to become put
characters, and to donate their stamps to
EJECTMENT FROM A STEAMER.- On Friday afl
noon two colored females purchased tickets tc
conveyed in the steamer Louisiana to Norfc
they designing to proceed to North Corohna
teach colored schools. About three and a 1
o'clock they took seats in the upper saloon ame
white ladies. This being observed by Captain R
SELL, be, as also the clerk of the steamer, BUCC
sively desired them to go into the lower salo
where accommodations for their color were prc
ded. Kefusiug to leave, they were, at the requ
of Captain RUSSELL, ejected from the upper sale
by Policeman CUNNINGHAM, and on their call
the Captain a brute, were put ou land with th
baggage. Tho following afternoon they return
aud took seats iii the loner saloon of the steam
Adelaide, aud were conveyed to Norfolk. I
Thursday they claimed the right to be in the t
pet saloon, as they had purchased first-class tit
?ts. but they were told that the tickets pi ovid
?bey sbonld receive first-class accommodation
the part of the boat assigned for colored persoi
From the above, which is taken trom the Bal
more Sun of the 7th inst., it appear that there ti
second editions of Captain MCNELTY, North
well as South. No fear of military orders in tl
"Smack weutthe whip rouud weat tbe wLnels;
Were ?var folks so vlad?
The stonss did rattle uuderaeatb,
A? if Cheapside were mad.
There are few persons who havo not noticed tl
increased activity among that ubiquitous cia
known in common parlance as draymen. No se
tion of the city is safe from their visiis, but in ti
quiet, secluded streets of tho West End they a
comparatively unknown and their presence is n
considered a source of annoy ance. In these r
tired localities cobble stones havo been voted
nuisance, and the drayman who strays in that d
rection pursues the even tenor of his wav witho
experiencing the sensations caused by a ride ov
a rough pavement. The usual route of the aspi
ants to notoriety are those streets which aro pave
with stones, and it is not unusual to see on thei
thoroughfares a long string of drays, bound eitbi
to or from the railroad. In each case tho result
the same, a disagreeable uoise which deafens au
disgusts the bearer and makes the innocent Joh
the subject of frequent anathemas.
"ft is an ill wind that blows no good." and whi
the discordant noise is a nuisance to those whot
sensibilities are shocked it is some consolation I
know that the freight is precious and will bring
balm of greenbacks that wiU heal every woum
KiiiK Cotton has resumed bis reign, and thoug
his avant couriers aie not the mighty host tin
was anticipated, we trust their number will ii
crease until the ear bas become accustomed to th
din of drays loaded with the staple. The bales c
cotton already received have given sorn? life to Yt
nous branches of business, and we trust that th
faclities offered by Charleston will not be neglected
but the plant?is of the interior wiU coutume i
the good work by making larger and more fre
JUDICIAL OFFICERS IN NORTH CAROLINA R?
MOVED BY ti ENE ?AL CANBY.-The Charlotte Demo
erat contains the order ot General CANBY, remov
ing three magistrates in Cleaveland county, N. C.
though no reason is assigued for this exercise o
authority. The public have certainly a right ti
be acquainted with the facts, bat the order mere
ly announces the change without anv comment.
HEADQUARTERS, 2D MILITARY DISTRICT, <
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 2, 1867. )
[SPECIAL ORDERS, -NO. 168.]
The followiug Judges, of the Couuty Court
Cleaveland ?ounty, N. C., are hereby removed : J
R. LOGAN, JAMES BOBERTS aud J. D. OLADSON.
The following named per ions a"e uereb;
appointed Judges of the Countv Court, Cleavelam
county, N. C.: P. D. GRIGS, JOHN F. ATDLOTTE ant
. The officers herein appointed will, before enter?
ing upon their duties, take and subscribe before a
Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, or other per?
son authorised by law to administer oaths, thc
oath of othes prescribed in the Act ot Oougress ap
proved 2d July, 1862. The bonds required bv
law will be executed in due form and riled with
the proper officer.
The Commanding Officer Post of Charlotte, ii.
C., is charged with the execution of this order.
By command of Bvt. Maj. Gen. CANBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-camp.
HEADQCABTEBS 2d MILITARY DISTRICT. /
CH\REESTON, 8. C.. October 2. 18?7. )
SPECIAL ORDERS, r?o. 168.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the brevet
Mjjor-Ueuetal Commaddiug that the time for the
coLection of taxes imposed under the authority of
the Provisional Government of North Carolina for
the county of Cleaveland, expire* before the 1st
dav of December ne- ', i# ie ordered that the lime
for the collection and payment ol' taxes in the
county of Cleaveland aforesaid bc extended to tho
1st day of December, 1^07, and that the rem ed ?cs
for thc- collection thereof be suspended acciud
By command ot bvt. Maj. Gou. L'ANBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIAKC, Aide c- Camp.
' If you want cheat Blank Books;
lt you war.-, cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
pa-, A.c.; or, .MILLERS' Almanac;
1/ you want Printing executed neatly;
. If you want Books bound iu any style, or Accouat
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to HIRAM HAEMS, NO. 59 Broad street.
Bl SIN KSS NOTICES.
ALL KIKDS 05 J?B WORK SONE AI THE DAILY
lu. t um Sales This Day.
CAMPBKL, KNOX i Co. will sell this day, st IO o'clock,
in their cash auctiou house, Ko. 56 Hasel street, op?
posite Postoffice, the furniture of a family leaving the
city ; also, the contentd and fixtures of bar-room,
MCKAV A CAMPBELL will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction salesrooms. No. 136 Meeting street,
luruiture, groceries, ic.; also, immediately after the
above, dry goods, clothing, Ac, to close consignment.
MILE? DRAKE will sell this morning, at his store, cor?
ner Klug at Ai Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, 100 cases
boots sud ShOeS.
A Fact Worth Knowing.
The best investment for au Invalid, who suffers from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bottle of PASKSIN'S He?
patic Bitters, as it will be sure to give relief. For sale by
all Druggists. t
A t ara.
What is TAB RANT'S EFFERVESCENT .SELTZER
APERIENT^ and what are its etfeets? These are ques?
tions which the great American public has a right to
ask, and it also lia- a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
salino cathartic, alt?r?t is." ami louie, aud is most care
full) prepared in the lorin of a SQOW white powder, cou
tainin?! all the woudenul medical properties ol' the far
farued Seltzer ?spriuijs ol Germany.
Ol it? effects we would nay that those who have tested
the preparation are the best judges, and they declare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
promptly relieve Indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize the
nervous system. Relresh aud invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse sud tone the bowels. Assist the
falliug appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a autferer ?jiv? tuts Remedy one trial, aud it
will convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., Sole Proprietors. New York.
Sold by ali Druggist?. 3tno3 September M
The Time td Advertise in tue. Country.
THE PBIENIX has a laiye Circulation throughout thc.
middle aud upper Districts ot the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as the stringency ot the mousy mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and others wisblug to use
the columns ol the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 23 columbia. S. c.
lu visible Poisons.
The Medicis aud the Borgias fortitisd their systems
v?!th powerful antidotes against the subtle poisons with
which they used to destroy their enemies, sud whlcl'
they teared might one lay be employed agaiust thrpi
selves. There aie i i rion .V poitmu, aim Jal as deadly,
ugaiusi which few ol' us (bink of taking su v precautions.
These Vanes ure in the air. Wheu the atmosphere is
surcharged with them, as it sometimes is at this season,
epidemic fevers eusue. The Summer which has just
closed has beeu a mont remarkable oue. The amouut
of rain that has tallen has beeu euortnous, aud the exha?
lations from the soil have been, aud are. dense sud co?
pious almost beyond example. Tbe-e exhalations exer?
cise a pernicious iufluence ou the vital powers, and pre.
dispose thc system to disease. Everywhere people are
complaining of unusual debility, lassitude aud depres?
sion. '1 he se symptoms are generally forerunners of an
epidemic. Combat them early-before they lapse into
something worse - with HOSTETTER'S STOMACH B1T
1ER1 the moot effective antidote to malaria that the
vegetable kingdom has ever yielded. Its op ration is
three-l'old.- iuvoparaitug, depurativa aud autibilious.
Free from auy Ingredient that is lu the slightest degree
deleterious to health and containing the juices aud ex?
tracts ot the rarest medicinal herbs, it is immeasurably
superior, ti a defensive preparation, to any other tonic,
herbal cr mineral, at present used lu medical practice.
A course ot HOSTETTER'S BITTERS is, humanly
speaking, a perfect safeguard against intermittent aod
remittent fevers. 6 October 7
Know thy Destiny.
MiDiMt E. F. ? U?UXl?K. the great Euglisii Astrolo?
gist, clairvoyant and Psychometr.cisn, who bas aston?
ished the scientific classes ol the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself al Hud-ion, N. Y. Madame THOHNTON poe
sasses such woudertul powers ol' second night as to cita?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the siugle or married ot either sex. While In a stain
ot trance, she delineates Ibo very features of the persou
>ou arr tu marry, and by the aid ul au instrument ol in?
tense power, known as the Psycbouiotrope, guarantees to
produce a lite like picture of the rutare husband or wife
ot the applicant, together with date of tuarriage, position
In Ute, leading traita ol character. Ac. 'Ibis ia uo hum?
bug, us thousand of testimonial* eau assert. She will
send, when ileaired. a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, ibm the picure u what it purports to be. By
andosing a small lock ot hair, sud giving place ol birth,
arr, disposition and complex iou, sud em-loaln? ti riv rents
md stamped envelope addressed i" yourself, you will re?
ceive thr picture sud desired Information i>v return mail,
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, iu
confidence. Madame E E. THORNTON', P. t?. Box 223.
Hudson. N. Y ly March 3U
Free to Everybody.
A Large C TP- Circular, giving tuiormation ot the
g rea tea i importance to the yoting ol both sexes.
Ii leaches how the homet? may become beautiful, ile
despised respected, and ibe forsaken loved.
No young laity or gent lelitau should lad to sen.I theil
add tv M, and receive a ropy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer. 21,
March :t0 ly? Tro/, N. Y.
YELLOW PEV?RJ0 SMALL Wi
NEW Y0KK, June 18,1887.
WE. THE UNDERSTONED, SHIPPING MERCHANTS
of thc City of New York, from the oft repeated testimony
of many ?iffcrcnt Sea Captains, in whom wo havo im?
plicit confidence, and feeling lt a duty which wo owe to
our follow-mcn, hereby bear witness of thc great confi?
dence we feel in thc truly marvellous'curativc powers of
MAJOR J. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for thc cure
and prevention ot SMALL POX, YELLOW FEVER, Ac,
and we cheerfully add our signatures, hoping its won?
derful merits and great blessings may be known to thc
BREET SONS K CO., No. 43 South Street
CURTIS A WARD, No.'tS South Street.
D. R. DE WOLF A CO, No. 103 Eroad Street.
HENRY A SON, No. 25 Coenties Slip.
SIMPSON 4; SHAW, No. 27 CoentiesSlip.
WM. A. MOORE. No. 205 South street.
JAS. T. TAPSCO'IT, Nu. 86 South street.
UEO. L TAPscon;
Ol Tapscott Bro.. No. 36 South street.
ROBERT HAWKE, No. 80 Sonth street.
Aud many others.
The Keu:e.ly has never beeu known lo fail. Price per
package $5. Forwarded tree to auy point lu the United
Mates. Address J. T. LANE A CO.,
> o. 163 Broadway, New York.
September 7 36*
MM I'll CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, j
CHAKLESTON, S. C.. october 3, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER THE 6?H.. 1867. THE
PASSENGER TRAINS ou the South Carolina Rail?
road will run aa follows, viz :
Leave Charleston tor Col nubia.4.30 A M
Arrive at Ringville.11.15 A M
Leave Kiugvllle. .11.40 A M
Arrive at Columbia.... 1.10 P M
Leave Columbia.10.?U A M
Arrive at Kiugvllle.11.35 A M
Leave Kiugvllle.12.05 PM
Arrive at Charleston. 7.05 P M
Leave Charleston for Augusts.10 40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.a.7.40 P M
Leave Augusta. 3.40 AM
Arrive ai Charleston.12.20BM
Thu Passenger Tr&iu cn the Camden Branch will con?
nect with Up and Down Columbia Trains, ano Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad; Trams on Mondajfi,
HVtdnesdays and Saturdays.
NIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION TRAIN will .nu as fellows, viz:
Leave Chailestou for Columbia. u 40 P M
Artlve ai Columbia. 6.00 AM
Leave Columbia. 3 00 P M
Arrive at Charleston.3.20 A M
Leave Charleston tor Augusta. 7.30 P M
Arrive at Augusta . 6 50 A M
Leave Augusta.. .4.10 P M
Atuve at Chirkstou.4.00 A M
H. T. PEAKE,
October 4_linuimo General Superintendent.
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AMI W ORHAM
(iiat alioota and (jrand Junction,
THROITOll IN FORTY-NINE HOI KS.
mBAlSS LEAVE \TI.ANTA DAILY At 8:45 A.M. AND
X 7:00 P.M.. luakiugclos? connections at all points
Arriviug it New Orleans at s iv M. and 11MU A.M.
jij^Tu.i-riitfris by ti ams ui lue Georgia Railroad nate
close coouaetious willi this ronlo al Atlanta.
Nu STEAMBOATS 0? OMNIBUSES ON I His ROUTE,
ELEGANT .SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAG1 CHECKED THROUGH. TARE AM LOW A a
ti\ ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL Us RD
Can be obtained at General Ticket Otho, Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, ua., South Carolin*Railroad,
Chat Feston, S. C. south Carolina Railroad, Colombia,
,. c. JOHN B. PECK. Master Transportation,
July li 3H.O Wcaietu and Atlantic Raiboad.
E. M. WHIT?NG-r
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, uear St.
MuhaeTs Allay. August 31 ,
M E Pl r AL C A RB 8_
DR. T. REENSTJERNA,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAS HIS OB FICE AND RESIDENCE AT MO. 14
HASEL STREET, two (Jooro East of the Postoffice.
N. B.-Diaeaae? of a private nature cured with dis?
patch. sw8* October ll
DRY GOODS, ETC.
DR\ GOODS! M? BOOBS!
.294 KING STREET, 294
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE* PUBLIC
that he has REMOVED TO THE ABOVE STAND,
and has ju*t received a full and Complete stock of
FALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS of all kinda, CALICOES, DELAINES,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS. FLANNELS. I'L.tNKETM. HO?
SIERY. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, LINENS, LONG
CLOTHS. SHEETINGS, WHITE UUODS, fcc., fcc,
BROWN SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS, CHECKS,
Stripes, Denims, Tirklugs. Kerseys. Satiuets, Kentucky
?leans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassimer. s, Ar., Ac
A select stock of FANCY AND OTHER OOODS, Usu?
ally lound in a FIRST CLASS
Dry Goods Store,
AU ot which will be sold at the lowest possible figure for
CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
Nu. 394 KINO STREET,
Corner ot Wentworth, under Masonic Hall.
October '1 _ _ . wimlmo
~1W COOBS! .'-WMtt-r
SUITED TO THE PRESENT SEASON,
( limn' ll UUI)
Nos. 287 and 289
(BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.)
\T7"E Hi ti TO CALL 1HE ATTENTION OF OUR
TT Country and City Friends to a complete ?nd well
selected Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
WE GUARAN IKE ALL GOODS AT THE LOWEST
Killin at U huW.uW or Hetail.
Ladies making I'sll Purchaaea, either for home con?
sumption or for friends in the country, will find it to their
interest to call at the "CHARLESTON HOUSE," where
they will find the largest assortments tu select from, sud
at an low prices as the Charleston market can afford.
We will take pleasure ru showing GOODS in each DE?
PARTMENT, and promise that every attention possible
will be paid to each customer that will honor us VA 11 li a
Our Stock is Complete.
We will mention a lew leading GOODS, a' below :
A full hue of BEST FRENCH KID GLOVE-:.
The above good-, are the beat quality, every pair war?
We almi Lave a full liue of cheap KIDS, at SI per pair,
in good colors.
Full lines ol best ENGLISH HOSIERY, for Ladles and
Full hues of Ladies' aud Gents' MERINO UN I > E.P.
VESTH, also ni Lamb's Wool and Saxony Wool
A GOOD WHITE FL INN EL at 23 nuts, besides every
A gool line of REAL WELSH/heavy).
A good Hue of SUAKF.R H UM-I
All color? in OPERA ami SA GUS FLANNELS.
We promise lo show the CHEAPEST RED BLAN?
KETS m the city. Wa would advise an early call for
Blankets, as we are ?bowing a very cheap lot, aud they
csu not last us very lou?.
A FULL LIKE OF
CASSSIMERES, DOESKINS, AND
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS.
ROCK ISLAND CASSIMER ES, for Business Suit?.
We are showiug supernos FRENCH CLOTHS lor Drew
Together with ult ol the lower grades in very desirable
IN LARGE YARIK'lTF.K.
We would call special attention to a few ENGLISH
LINSEY3, for Ladies' D.esses, and CHENE POPLINS.
Fall Calicoes ! Fall Calicoes ! !
LN EVERY QUALITY.
Would call attention to a larsre lot of good STYLES, at
12,^ and 15, warranted to wash.
We are offering a larpe assortment of thc BEST
MAKES, and at very reasonable prices.
Wc call special attention io a very cheap case, which
we offer (this week only) at 12 He, and only to our Retail
Trade, for Cash.
Together with full and complete linea iu i
?O" We soMcit a call from the Trade generally, and
especially the Ladies.
? MERCHANTS uow In the ?Ry will Mud lt may pay
them to examiue the STOCKS at Nos. 2*7 and 2*4 KINO
Oraniteville Browns at low rates,
by the bait; or piece, at
MOLL. WEBB & CO.
287 and 289 King street.
??J- Ail orders promptly attended to.
October 2 _ _ wini
FALL AND WINTER
rriHE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS .SPECIALLY
_L invited to our Fall and Wiuter stqci ot
FOREIGN AM) DOMESTIC
which U uow complete iu every department. lu
WOOLLENS AM* m.WKCiV
adapted to Planters' use, we havd n large stock, to which
we invite special attention.
MARSHALL, BURGE A ROWEN,
fro. 14J MEETING STREET.
September 7 _ _ '.'moa
FILL AND WINTER DR? ?S
N E W S T O li i :
MELCHERS & MULLER,
No. '317 Klug- street,
o Dooi-s South of Market
\?'E ARK NOW OPENING A CHOICE SELECTION
T? of the above Goods, consisting iii rart of:
'1HE LATEST STYLES OF DRESS GOODS, Black
aud Colored MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS. JAPE
LUMIRE*. JACOUOARD WINCEYS. BOMBAZINES.
ALPACA. WHITNEY CLOXKINMS, CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES FLANNELS, a fall Une of HUSH itv, i IM'NN.
DAMASK*. I.ONGCLOIHS, SH EE I INO S, fcc, which
ire offer tor tale at the LOWES! PRICES.
IMPORTED ANO DOMES i'll
I DST OPENED AND DAILY RECEIVING A SPLBN
?J DID STOCK OF GOODS FOR FA LL AND WINTER
I RADI.' at wholesale sud retail, lol cash, at u -.niall ad?
?ame oil Northern costs. The stool; comprises every
rticle adapted tor the season, ami purchasers will Jo
woll to rall ioou. as bsrgatns will be offered, at
No. 306 KINO STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY.
LEVY DHL CK ER.
_MI8CELUNE O U S._
BIJECTION OF CITY AS??S?im?
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, >
October 10. 1867.' J
THE CI I T COUNCIL WILL, AT ITS NEXT Bi?t.'
LAH Meeting, to be held on TUESDAY, ni but,
t.roceed to elect an ASSESSOR to fill thc ucexpi-.c t
leuu ofMr.T). C. GIBSON, deceased.
Li-tiers of appbeation will be rcceired up to 12 o'ck .k
M., on day of election.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
October ll Clerk of Cou neU.
Important to Farmers and Villers.
PORTABLE GRIST, ?FAL AND
FLOUR MILL, COMBINED.
HART A MUNSON'S FRENCH BURR MILLS, LAT?
EST IMPROVEMENT, patented I860. Several
MILLS in operation in this city. At low prices.
JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.. Agents,
No. li Market streut, c pposito State street.
September 13 tal imo
ENGINEERS MU FIREMEN
Gi 0 TO NO 20:t EAST BAY AND BUS YOUS
F CROCUS EMORY POWDER
BOXTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOTH, ftc., tor polishing..
N KATSFOOT OIL, for Leather Hose
LUBRICATING OILS, rorMachinery,
Al figures within the reach of all.
WM. M. BIRD A CO.
4 LWAYS TAKT. THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, AND
f\ ioOK 1 f AT PARIS THIS YEAR, UH orlleial docu?
ments vs ill show.
Thean Scales are placed entirely on theiractual merits,
as every Seale IM warranted to give entire satlsfacUou.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
HAY. COAL BUTCHERS'
DORMANT DRUGGISTS' aud
PORTABLE BROKERS' SCALES.
Of every si?e uud variety. Call and examine samples at
ihe CHARLESTON AGENCY, sign of Marvlu's Safe.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
September y NO. 203 EAST BAY STREET.
^IM MP PROOF
.MARVIN'S PAIENT SAFES never mould their contents.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES n. ver corrode the irou.
.MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never lase their Fire proof
M ARVIN'S PATENT SAFES are. the only SAFES rilled
with Alum aud Dry Plaiter. No oilier Safe has these
\I/E REFER TO THE MERCHANTS, COTTON FAC
TV TORS, Baukers and Jewelers of this city whom
we have supplied. Sixty-elxbt of lh?*e Safes have been
fold by US since thc clo:? ol the war, which aloue should
be a -uttl. n ut i um .mt. i- that they are all we claim.
fall und ettauiiue the Stock DOW on baud, or send for a
YV. M. BIRD k CO,
NJ. 20?1 EAST BAY, Aleuts for charleston.
OLD EST1BLISHED DRIfO STORR
. > -o
K. 11/KJil.LERS & CO.,
(LATls flHM A. DOH \
WHOLESALE ANO RETAH DRUfllilSlS,
No. 1 ttl HEKTINti STREET,
Thii'd door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS IO
theu- usual stock of pur? un j irsrfh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
FINE SO VPS
Comprising invoices from the most reputable manu?
facturers. On hand, all the principal
including Pr?paration* of AYER. JAYNE, HALL. CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac. Also, a
large assortmeut ot
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA.GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great atteutiou is paid lo the imp?t tatton and seleo
PUKE AND FRESH DRUGS.
nud uoue other are allowed to go out of the Establish?
with accuracy, and the public eau
depeud ou the utmosl reliability in
the exec ot iou o? o ide rs.
K.H.KELLERS, ?.U. ... 1< MER, til
BEST TOM NW.li? USE!
AJ. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
N K W fl PA PR R 8, S TAT ION E R V, E J C.
Sn, r,-il KIMO STUKK'l'.
lOppositc Ann ?treen,
C h a r 1 o s ton, C. S.
The LATES i ISSI RSottlu Press always on band.
Subscription* received and (louds delivered or for?
wanled by Jlail or Kspreia.
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended tr
February IS . Iv
WILLI A ll BROOKBANK*,
STEAM ?AS t?'I TT ICU A'S it I'Ll'fllBKH,
1>LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIX ?URES, il AB
FITTING AM' PLUMBING PKuMPl'L. Vt
IIM'IU ni. No. 110 KI\G STREW.
Au? mt 31 j:<:tween Broad ?L . one u ilreet*.
Furniture, Groceries, Ac.
McKAY k CAMBELL;
WM sell THIS DAY. [Friday), ldth imitant, at 10 o'clock,
at their Auction Sales Kooma, No. 126 Meeting street,
opposite Pavilion Hotel,
PRIME SMOKED HAMS
i-rimo Smoked Shoulders
Barrels Whiskey, Tobacco, Lc, Sic.
BEDSTEADS, Wardrobes, Bureaus, MaibleTopCentre
Tables, Heir Seat Cusirs, Centre and Tailed Tables, Wash
Stands, Sofas, Mattresses, Feather Bedi. kc, kc.
Superior LACE CURTAINS, DECANTERS, CANDLE?
STICKS, ?ta, Ac. .
Term's cash. ,_ . October ll
Dry Goods, Clolhiny, Bootu and Shot?, to dote
Immediately alter above sale
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
PRINTS, lO^G CLOTHS, DRESS GOODS
* Delaines, Merinos, Ginghams
Satinets, Jeans, Cassimcree, Tweeds, kc.
CUSTOM-MADE SUITS, Cassiniere and Tweed Coats,
Panta and Vests, kc.
Common SATINET SUITS, Boots, Shoes, ?c.
OUR USUAL ASSORTMENT OF NOTIONS, kc.
Tsnuscaeh._ October ll
Superior Furnitur,- of ti Family declining Uouuh
keep'mg, consisting of ./ Chick ving'al octane
Piano, Parlor, Bedroom a<nl Kitchin Purni
MCKAY & CAMPBELL.
Will sell on MONDAY Uth, instant at IO o'clock at No. 1
PARLOR, CNE SUPERB SET, .
CONSIST1NO or ;
SOFAS, ARM CHAIRS, CHAIRS, MARBLE-TOP CEN?
TRE Table. Tapestry Carpet, A-., kc
DRAWING ROOM TAPESTRY CARPET, SOFAS. ' CEN
tre Tables, Chairs, Book Case, Ciiickering's Piano,
BEDROOM MARBLE-TOP SETS, CARPETS, CHAIRS,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, COOKING STOVES, ic, kc.
Terms cash. October ll
JUST BEOEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF "BEARD'S
PATENT BLOT TIE." .
"BEARD'S PATENT IMPROVED BUCKLE TIE,"
which will be sold at greatly reduced price", and on
Dealers supplied at a heavy discount.
G?f?. W. WILLIAMS ii CO., Fact'is
October 4 10 .
HANI POWER COTON PRESS.
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
put ou a Plantation.
UPI MOV s OF TH:-: HKOIM.K :
ALLENDALE, BARNWELL DISTRICT, S. C., I
March 1, I ?67. J
Messrs. Little ii Marshall :
GENTLEMEN : I used, during the past seaton, one ot
"Ingersoll's Portable Colton Presses," purchased of you
last September. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the "Screw Press," and nothing but dire necessity in?
duced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, in
adding my testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
the wants ol a cotton plantation, lt lian surpassed my
most sanguine expectations. I have packed with but
two hands, yet I prefer four-two at each lever. My
bales all weighed over 5U0 lin. Thc tiret lot I sent to
market averaged 56'-' lbs. My Impression is that 600 lbs.
is about the capacity ol' the Press, aud a greater number
of pounds subject the foilow-blocb to too much risk, un?
less tho sides or the cotton box was increased, it would
add greatly to the value* of the Presa if tba cotton box
waa teu inches longer. In haste, 1 am, very re-?pectfullyj
Your obedient ?ervauf, kc, B. W. LAWTON.
P. -s. 1 took my Press down sud carried it some lour
miles to pack the crop of a neighbor, who tailed t > have
"Screw" built; he was so much pleased that he has
determined.toaabandOn the "Screw" and purchase "In.
gerbil's Presa!" B. NV. L.
OEEICE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN RAILROAD COMP*.N?, \
YOREVTLLE, 9. C., April 10, 1867. f
GENTLEMEN : I have just received your letter ot Feb?
ruary 14th-upon my return to this place, alter an ab?
sence of two months-and this reply may bo too lato for
your "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press. "
Tho Press I used in packing my cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with case from 600 to 626
lbs. - With good active hands to work it, I am satisfied
that from eighteen to twenty bales might readily be
packed in a day. .
This Press combin?e the advantages of lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bj any one of ordinary lntcUigencei. Great com?
pressing force, with little motive, power, and "last, but
not least," it is worked entirely t y hand, thu - saving for
the farm horses the bard labor irnposud upon them by
the use of the ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully.'&c, yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE k MARSHALL, Charleston, S. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No. 110 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
in>t Charleston, S. C.
TENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IBON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE. AND THE BEST ONE YET
invented. It is the ttrougest Tie, standing by test a
atriln of ('"OOO) two thousand pound*. 'The moat easily
adjusted lie, as lt ls self-fastening. The most simple,
requiring only to slip the baud into the buckle, and the
elasticity of the cotton fasteus itself, aud i; cauuol be?
For sale, in large or small quantities, bv
ROSS, ROBERTS * CO..
Ouiiuis'siou Merchants and Oenural Agents,
No. UC.Frout street, New York Cltv.
STREET BBO. k CO., Agents,
July 15 '?tao Charleston, S. C.
EAGLE" COTTON GINS',
MADE ONLY BY 0
BATES HYPE & CO.,
NEW YOBK-187 Water street.
BOSTON-5 Fhcenix Building.
NEW ORLEANS-6r St. charles street.
August a 3mo
LEU) PEMIL COMPANY,
.Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALKS ROOM
NO. 3* JOHN STKEET, \itW 1'ORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES Ol' LEAD PENCIL'
of superior quality are. manufactured sud 0 tiered
at'fair terms to the Trade. Tho public are united
i to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pi*
THE PENCILS ARE TO HE HAP A I ALL 1 T:*
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO HON
ASK FOR THE ' AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, 1
mir.rr.r.. ^",^"^0 DEPARTMENT, }
VALE COLMWE, November 10, i-?'C )
1 have always rewuimeuded Ibe Faber Polygrad*
LeaduKSclta aa tbs only pencils nUed tor toll, oruaiuen
Theie Dencils are Very liuely graded and have a very
roth lead ewu rte r..itest pencils hold the point well,
mtv ara ali that can ba desired in a pencil, lt gives UM
~Mt pleasure to be able to aesure Araencsua that tue?
rill no U'U?-r be.empelled to depend upon Gel many 01
.'uv otli?i IL.:S1?U nulltet tor pends.
,u> cons RAIL,
Professor 01 Dr* -in?, ?c.
AAL PENCILS ARE STAMPED:
"AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
Noue genutue without th? exact name oi the timi
|OOE to IL December 13
Furniturt of a Famify Uatjpfthe City, alto, Con?
tents . nd~ Fixture? of Bar-Room, Liquors,
CAMPBELL, KNOX &jCO-,
Cash Au, (ion House, No. 55 Hasel street,
Will se!, Tilla DAT, commencing *t 10 o'clock.
ROSEWOOT AND GILT AND OAK COTTAGE SETS
Centre Tabl. *. Bofa?. Mahogany Hair Seat Divans
Bocking Chi sa, Parlor Chairs
Cane and W xxl Seat Chamber and OQce Chairs
Bedsteads, Venetian and Ingrain Carpeta, Ac,
BLOCK T' .<i HOT WATER DISHES, TEA AND COFFEE
Plated C Mors, Dish Covers, Glassware -
China '.ad Crockery, Dinner and BreakXut Sets
Pit.-' era, Kitchen Requisites, Bath Tuba, Ac, Ac
MATTRESSES, Feather Beds, Feather Pillows, Blanken,
CONTENTS OF BAB-ROOM-Counters, large Bar-room
Brandies, Whiskeys, Ales, Tobacco, Segara
Demijohn*, Measures, Bar Screen, Ac, Ac
On account of all concerned, to pey stosage, Ac
Five Office. Cooking and Parlor STOVES
Two large Iron Safes, Wilder's patent
Three barrels Bottled Ale
Five sets new Cart and Dray Harness.
Conditions cash. October ll
H50 Coses Boots and Shoes.
BY MILKS DRAKE.
Will sell THIS MORNING, ar 10 o'clock, at my Store,
corner of King and Liuerty streets,
Lie cases BOOTS AND SHOES, prime1 stock and well
(Jaws Men's Calf sud Kip BOOTS, BALMORALS, Bro?
gans, Oxford Ties. Cougrees, Ac.
Ladies' Lasting Congress, Morocco and Goat Balmorals.
Ac. . . .*
Boys' and Youths' Brogans and Balmorals
Ladies', Misses' aud Children's Shoes, in cartoons.
October ll ? r _
AalUmrsl vs. Hicks.
Will bc sold, uiidei the direction of the undersigned, in
front of the Old Castora House, on THURSDAY, the
24Ui day or October. 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS there?
on, situate on the east aide of Coming street, one door
south of George street, in this city, being the northern
portion of the lot dejiguated on plat of BL Philip's
Church laud, made by Robert Q. Piuckney, on the 16th
day of August, 1852, cud recorded in the Begiatry of
Mesnc Conveyance, ir. Plat Book A, No. 1, page '?26, on
3d May, 1855, as modified, by direction of the Vestry, by
Edward B. White, Surveyor, on 25th July, 1859, by the
number lu, measuring and containing, according to the
plat so altered as aforesaid, 26 feet 6 inches in front on
Cdining street, and 25 feet? inchos'bu OM eeet Une, by
one hundred and seventy eeten (177) feet in .depth on the
south line, and having such irregular-shape on the north,
by the projection of a building lroin an adjoining lot, aa
will appear by reference 'to the' said plat, and bounding
uortb on the lot marked No. 9 on said plat, subdivided
into four lots, marked A, B, C and D, on said plat, to the
east on Lot No. 8, to the south on part of said Lot No. 10,
aud to the west on Coming street
Terms-One-half cash; balance in oue year, secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage of premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
JAMES TUPPER, Muter in Equity.
October 4 f3thl
---.-a_WBC_ . ?
.SW?? of Uoternmenl Property.
Will bc -ola at Public Auction, on MONDAY, the Uth
day ol October, at 10 o'clock A. M., ou (ho premises, at
Bouneau's Depot, ou the Northeastern Railroad,
A KB AME BUILDING, late the property of the eo
ealled Confederate States. The building is 40x16 feet,
with' a 7 foot piazza. lenna, cash in Government funds.
In compliance with instiuctions from the Commissioner
Bureau lt. F. and A. hi . JAMES P. LOW,
October 7 Chief Disbursing Officer S. C.
(UN THE HAVANA PLAN)
I . *.*... , * ... :..* _' . ^ ' .!
B E N I F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000!
7SS PRIZKS-S330.65U IN PRIZES TU BE
To he drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
OCTOBER 16tb, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $U ; HALVES, ic ; QUARTERS, $3;
The chancea are far more favoiable io draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
ot' Lottery Tickets should always examine the tchemea.
Prizes paid lu full without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser. -
correspondents may rely ou prompt, attention to orders
hy enclosing niouey with full address. '
4tsr"All o dern for tickets, schemes, and information to
be addressed fo - ii. T. PETEBS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 02, Charleston, a C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street
Septemberjl ' , ,
FOB THE . -
BOYD, WILSON % CO., Managers,
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.SS
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TU ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
TO BE'DRAWN AT ATLANTA, QA.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9/1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn!
PACKAGE OF TEN TICKETS FOR TEH
DOLLARSJLIARLE TO 1)RA W 130,0001
DAILY mmm SCHEMES !
C APITA I. PHIZES FROM
$5000 TO $80,0001
WHOLE TICKETS from $1 to $80!
SltAKKS IN PROPORTION.
Draw? everyday, Sunday eieepted, ut A tito ta, (rao.,
at 4P. ?.
Drawing received in charleston, by Telegraph, at 5 P.
All-Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
AU Prues Cashed at this Office.
jay Correspondents ?may rely on prompt-attention to
orders by eiuiply enclosing money with full address.
Q?- All ordf.-rs for Tickets, Schemes, and information
to be aJdresS'jd to < JAMES KERB,
Loeb Bot NO. 584, Charleston. S. C.'
Office; Nc. 30 BROAD STREET. September 1?
HEMAL INTKLUUEXCE OFFICE,.?
NO. 6 STATE STREET.
LABOR PROCURED AND LAHOK EOrND.
Application* to be nude at the Genera' i lal? Offlceto
H. \ . js roMTorsE,
( taint Agenfx
~|_> E A l; T V.- Auburn.
Jj Oolden, Flaxen, and
Mlted CUBIS produced by
the use of Professor Dr
BREUX*S FRISER U?
CHEVEUX One appbea
tion'warranted to curl the
most straf? ht and stubborn
lia' of either sex luto wavy ocgleU, or beary massive
cu Has been uaed by the lashionablee of l'aria and
Loudon, withi the moat ?i-atiiyuig results. Does no in,
i ?n to the hair. Price by niall, sealed and postpaid, ?I:1''
Descriptive circulars mailed free. Address BERGER,
Mil 1'TS .v CO., Chemists, No. '.'S5 River street, l"roy, N.
V'. sole Agents tor the t nlted statin, x . -j
Mai ch 30 Jy