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THE DAILY NEWS.
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NISED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON. PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE PO?TOF
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICE
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1SG7.
L 0 C A L M A T T E R S .
AUCTION SALES THIS BAY.
CLIFFORD SC MATHKWES will sell at ll o'clock, a
farm and a residence.
JOHN G. MILNOB ft (Ja. will sell at 10 o'clock,
carpet, bata, woollen shirts, ftc.
R. ft A. P. CALDWELL will sell at 9j o'clock,
bao m bide s.
JEFF' Ds ft Co. will sell at 9$ o'clock, strips,
shoulders, sides, ftc.
T. M. CATEE will sell at 9J o'clock, aides, strips,
MCKAY ft CAMPBELL will sell at ll o'clock, bacon |
sides, shoulders, ?cc.
MILI s DRAKE will ??Il ai 10 o'clock, dry goods, |
MILLIGAN ft SON will nell furniture, ftc.
LAUBEY ft ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
butter, pig shoulders, ftc.
W. Y. LEITCH ft R. 8. BBUNS will sell at ll
o'clock, four building lota, a grocery stand and a
FATAL ACCIDENTS.-A freedman has beeu killed
at Columbia while lyiug under a car, and a colored
woman, whde asleep, caught fire and was fatally
IN Egcrrr.-The Court of Equity, Chancellor
W. D. JOHNSON presiding, was in session yester?
day, but beyond a few orders ar d matters in
course, no business was transacted.
BEBKELEY DISTBICT COUBT-HON. F. D. RICH?
ARDSON PBEHIDINO.- This Court was opened yes?
terday at Mount Pleasant, AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE
acting as Attorney-General The juries were or- j
"* ganized and some cases tried. I
THE M KITING OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE j
last evening was the occasion of the usual kindly j
ic tor change of views upon questions affecting the
trade and prosperity of Charleston. Business J
beting disposed of, the meeting adjourned, and the
members, gathering around their genial chief, I
passed a pleasant hour in social intercourse.
TRIFLES.-A horse cart Btalled yesterday on j
King street. Causes,-cart too big, and horse too J
little. Results,-whacking, stamping, shouting,
?.nd a move OD.
A lady left a black fan yesterday in Conductor J
The inside of the Citadel is being repaired.
Much energy,- much system, and much money, j
work many wonders.
THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA.-This fine steamer
of the Leary Line has been recently refitted and
prepared in even- respect for the Winier service.
She bas excellent accommodations for passengers,
and under the command of her popular and effi?
cient captain, M. B. CBC WELL, has become a geno- j
ral favorite with the travelling public. She will j
sail on Saturday, the 2d proximo, for New York, J
and parties wishing freight or passage are referred
to tho agents in this city, Messrs. RAVENEL ft Co.
A THRIFTY FREEDMAN.-A colored man, who was I
a slave np to the close of the war, having the con?
fidence of his former master, was some time time I
siuoe advised and assisted to procure a small tract
of laud, about twenty-five acres in extent, in Christ
Church Parish. He worked the place himself with
but little assistance, we are informed, and has
raised four bales of tine Sea Island Cotton, worth
about OD e dollar per pound, say about one thou- j
sand to twelve hundred dollars for the crop, and a
sufficiency of vegetables and other market pro
ducts as to enable bim to purchase such articles aa
he may desire, giving him the cotton to clear his I
debt on the hind, to which purpose he is now de
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Among the arrivals at the
different hotels we note the following persons:
Pavilion Hotel-UL. Sirith, Camden, S. C.; J. W.
Stain, Doko, 8. C.
Charleston HoteL-B. H. Holland, Savannah, J
Ga.; H. T. McDonald, Savannah, Ga.; Sam. A.
Cooley, 8. C.; John W. Brownirg, Columbia; John j
W. Mooro, Richmond County, Qa.: A. P. Wilson, j
Mills House-Walter Muir, England; C. E. An
drews, New York; R. Bartlett, New York: J. M.
Clarkson, New York; Solomon Harvey, Boston; R. I
F. Lattimer, New York; R. R. Bearden, New York;
E. Turley, Philadelphia.
DISTRICT COURT-HON. GEORGE W. LOGAN, PRE- j
srDtSG.-The State vs. Wm Aldrich-Assault and j
battery ; H. W. SCHROEDER, Esq., for the defence.
Tue Stale rs. Wm. Johnston, Alwin Kiddle and
Morris Alston-Larceny ; R. W. SEYMOUR, Esq.,
for the defence. Guilty.
The State rs. Cornelius Der nia-Larceny ; R. W.
SEYMOUR, Esq., for the defence. Not guilty.
Tho Stato vs. Henry Schleyer-Assault and bat?
tery. Not guilty.
The State cs. Diana Middleton-Larceny. Guilty.
The State vs. Robert M. 3echtel-Assault and
battery ; R. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., for tho defence.
DEATH OF REV. TRACY R. WALSH.-We regret to I
learn, from the Bennett*ville Journal, the death of
the above-named well known Metbodist minister.
Mr. WALSH for years has been one of the foremost
members of the S^^th Carolina Conference, be?
loved and honored throughout its domain. He
founded, and for several years was President of
the Carolina Female College in Ansonv?le, N. C.
In 1861 he was pastor of Trinity Church in this
city. During the past two years he was on the
Bennettsv?le circuit. He has been sick for some
time, we learn from the Journal, and died on the I
20th instant, leaving a large family, who have the
sympathies of a wide circle of friends, both rn and
ont of the Church, to console them in their be?
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-HON. GEO. 8.
BRYAN PBE&IDTNQ.-WM. G. HUGHES : Petition for
Voluntary Bun kr. ip t ;y. The petition was read by I
WM. MUNRO, Esq., and the case referred to W. J. j
CLAUSEN, Register in Bankruptcy.
The Sunday School Board of the Southern Bap?
tist Convention made an application for the copy?
right of "Little Lessons for Little People."
The applications of ISAAC D. WHITE and ALLEN
ROBERTSON for \ oluntary Bankruptcy, were pre?
sented respectively by WM. TENNANT, Esq., and
G. W. WILKINS, Esq. Orders were signed for re?
ference and adjudication in the first case to R. B.
CARPENTER, Register in Bankruptcy, and of refer?
ence to W. J. CLAUSEN, Register in Bankruptcy.
The Grand and Petit Jurors answered to their
names. The Grand Jury was discharged, and tho
Petit Jury dismissed until next Monday.
Ho ! FOB THE LAND OF FLOWERS.-It will.be seen
by a notice in another column, that the fine
eteamer City Point, Captain S. ADKINS, will re
.sume her trips from this city to Florida, touching
at Savar nab and ali the points on the St. John's
Fie: Ida has always been closely connected with
Charleston, and the trade between the two points
wis of considerable importance previous to the
war. Tho cotton factors did a large business with
that State, and the steamers were always crowded
with passengers and freight. This trade has been
revived to a considerable extent, and the presence
of two steamers on the route is a sufficient indica?
tion that it has not decreased. Messrs. RAVENEL
A Co., the agents for tl:e City Point, advertise
that she will leave on the first of November, and
every subsequent Friday night, at 9 o'clock. She
will connect with the Georgia Ceatral Railroad, at
Savannah, for Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
Th? City Point bas been recently refitted, and has
excellent accommodations for passengers aud
NAVAL STORES.- The trade in rosiu, apirits of
turpentine, ftc, the product of the pine tree, ia a
branch of commerce tliat should, with but little
encouragement, largely developo itself in the busi?
ness of this city. Tho pine region tributary to
Charleston is extensive and valuablo, much of it
never having been touched; the labor necessary to
produoe the marketable commodity is free from
liability to diaaase, white men being able to per?
form the work with impunity, and the demand for
the various articles very extensive in the marketa
of the world. With proper facilities tho business
might be made ono of groat value to the city. The
centre of the trade hore is the region near the
East end of Calhoun street, and vessels are con?
stantly at Marshalls aLd Yenning's wharves taking
in cargoes for various parts of the world. Mr. R.
T. WALKES, of our city, lately freighted the bark
Elgin for London, and Meaars. R. MUSE ft Co. are
loading the British bark Artistic, and the British
brig Queen ot Britain, for the Bristol Channel, and
have just cleared the British brig Bellona for the
same destination. The coastwise trade is growing
pa volume, and will increase with the enlargement
of the crop.
^A- yu r?Krivv?*' ai IP*.
EFFECTS OF THE STORM.-Tho iain storm and
high wind of Sunday night caused some little dam?
age to properly in the city. On East Bay aud
along the exposed streets the cellars were soon
filled with water, which will cause the owners some
time and trouble to remove. DAM CASTILLO'S largo
sign-board i:j Mooting street has a decided inclina?
tion toward tho pavemont, and has been shorn of
sumo of its glories by the rough usage it has expe?
rienced. The streets have received a thorough
washing, and the dust has been effectually laid for
a few days, but tho excavated lots and open cellars
in ?lie burnt district have been transformed into
small ponds, which aro neither useful or orna?
mental. On the Bay, t e storm was felt in its full
power. The Dictator which arrived on Sunday
uight, reported roug'i weather outside, and tho
Pilot Boy, which should have left yesterday morn?
ing, was compelled to put back on account of tho
THUOUOH FREIUBT TARIFF ON RICE AND COTTON
TO CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND ST. LOUIS.-We
are pleased to be able to announco that Messrs.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM, outward freight agents
of the Baltimore and Charleston Steamship Com?
pany, will give through bills of lading for rico
aud cotton to the above distant cities, at the fol?
lowing very low rates:
Rice. Cot on.
Charleston to Cincinnati, O., per 100 lbs_Mc. $1 50
Charleston to Louiaville, Ky., per 100 lbs..73c. 1 70
Charleston to St. Louis, Mo., per 100 lbs_S.V. 2 10
This is certainly the most enterprising a ad in?
viting tariff ever offered, and will be greatly appre?
ciated by rice shippers especially, who v ill find
ready sale for our Carolina grain in t'.iose populous
citius, and by distributing a portion of tb J crop in
that direction, will relieve the New Yorl. market,
It may appear strange to have a UC itton Rate"
from Charleston to the Northwest r a Baltimore,
but statistics show that cotton manufactories have
been largely developed in the las' few years in the
Northwest, and upon the basie of one and-a-half
! cents per pound to Cincinnati as a central distri?
buting point, wo would not bj surprised if orders
would seek this market. Thr se are good free trade
rates, however, and we hope steamships, railroads
and shippers will all profit b> it.
A PROBABLE VISIT FROM THE BLACK CROOK.-The
fame of the Black Crook has gone abroad over the
land, and there are tew persons who have not heard
of the magical scenery and tho beautiful danseus?
es. It has been one of the best paying enterprises
of the day, and while it has filled the pockets of
the proprietors, it has at the samo time benefitted
even- city where it has been exhibited. New York
c?n boast of possessing the original Crook, but
the plays exhibited in other cities are not without
their attractive features, and though their Crook?
edness is not so apparent, they are not without
their attractive features, and havo been patronized
by crowded houses. The citizens of Savannah
have for Borne time been eojoying the Black Crook
sensation, but we are happy to learn that the Pal?
metto City has not been forgotten. The manager
of the play has made overtures to the Hibernian
Society fer the use of their hall, and if successful,
will display the wonders of the Black Crook to a
Charleston audience. The addition to the Hiber?
nian Hall has been nearly completed, and the So?
ciety expect that in two weeks time all of the in?
tended repairs will be finished, and the Hall open?
ed to the public. A number of theatrical managers
have already made applications for the use of the
Hall, aud should the Black Crook fail, there will
bo some histrionic representation in our new thea?
tre that will revive the recollections of the past.
THE LATE RAIN.- That time-honored individual,
the ? 'oldest inhabitant," was unable to recollect a
fiercer or more continuous rain than the one that
deluged our city on Sunday night. The fall of
water was unusually heavy, and is estimated by
the rain guage of the City Registrar to have been
four inches 90-100. This amount of water, added
to the spring tide t which was then at its height,
caused many of the streets bordering o rf tho rivers
to be submerged, and rendered a passage of the
stream almost impossible. IQ the Eastern portion
of the city, the low places North of Laurens street
were soon undor water, Vernon, Inspection, and
the terminus of Calhoun streets being completely
covered. At the latter point scarcely any dry
Und was visible from Washington street to the
river, and the depth of the flood varied from a few
inches to nearly three feet. In other sections of
the city, and wherever the tide had any influence,
the water covered both the street aud the side?
walk, ?nd in many instances it was necessary to
clear the choked grates before it could be carried
off bj the drains. At the lower portion of Market
street, near East Bay, the drains were soou filled,
and the water ru- e to some height. During the
early part of the morning a number of negroes
collected around the crossings, and for some time
the colored Charons did a brisk trade by carrying
over passengers on their shoulders at ton cents
per head. _
MAYOR'S COURT.-One of Afric's sable sons,
whose understanding was deficient, sought to
remedy the evil by appropriating shoe leather be?
longing to Messrs. D. O'NEIL & SON. Unfortunate?
ly for him he was observed and captured, his booty
secured, and quarters assigned him where, for fif?
teen days, he can luxuriate on bread and water,
and curse the fickle jade fortune.
Four noble drinkists, who were firm believers in
bottled spirits, started out in different sections of
the town, but though divided in person, their pur?
poses were one. They were filled with the samo
high aspirations, and proceeded solemnly to carry
out the same programme. The first nip was
merely an eye-opener, but the second closed tho
optic, aird ?eft the owner in a muddled state
of uncertainty as to his whereabouts. Fortunately
there is in our city a class of men who devote their
time to such cases, aud the immortal quartette were
raised from the mud and taken to the Head-Centre
of the order. Their sympathies and tastes were
in such unison that they were ordered to form a
Union League party, and were made to pay the en
trance fee of $5 each immediately.
A colored Zantippe caught her hege lord by the
wool, and jerked him about nntil he yelled murder.
His cries alarmed the police, who rescued him
from her clutches, and she was fined $5 for con?
duct unbecoming a female African. The chocolate
dame teing out of funds, her husband had to re* |
spond, and he left thinking himself an ill-used
man, to bo beaten and then to pay for the beater.
RADICAL DELEGATES TO'THE CONVENTION.-Meet
iugs were held hist night by the "members of the
Union Republican party" in this city, to elect dele?
gates who should put in nomination nine delegates
to represent this District in the anticipated Con?
vention. The meetings were but poorly attended,
and the proceedings were not characterised by any
extreme confusion. A general programme had
evidently been propared, and the machinery work?
ed with gratifying smoothness.
When each meeting had organized, a long circu?
lar was read from the State Central Committee,
which explained the mode of action that was to be
adopted. The principal points were, that tho
colored people should be industrious and united;
that they should denounce any opponent of their
party; that they should be secret in all their pro?
ceedings., and work with a will for the exaltation
of Radicalism. It was provided that tho ballots
should be kept secret until the day of voting; that
no changes in them should be made; that they
should be marked so that those voters who could
not read should know that they were voting the
right tick'-i. and that voters should take the whole
ticket, as nominated, or none.
After the reading of the circular, the meetings
proceeded to business, with the following results :
WARD NO. 3-HELD AT HOWARD'S HALL, MEETING}
Delegates.-Alexander Williams, James Fawley,
Henry Larcomb, Timothy Hurley, Peter Browne,
J. P. Howard, Albert O'Neal, James A. Bright,
April .Washington William E. Burke, Oliver Wil?
liams, Washington Gadsden. AU colored but
WARD NO. 5-MEETING HELD AT BONHAM'S HALL,
Delegates.-P. Thorne, J. Bonham, J. Carroll. J.
W. Cochran, J. Reed, W. Miller, A. Aspinall, H.
Allen, J. Piuckney, H. L. Wayne, J. D. Moore, R.
Stevens. Chairman and all delogates colored.
WARD NO. ti-MEETINO HELD AT LIBERTY HA -L.
Del?gales.- M. G. Camplin, Paul Poinsctt, K. C.
Do Large, Richard Forrest, John Campbell,
'ames D. Price, Robert Given, R. II. Harney,
William Dart, C. C. Bowen, Johu Brown, H. H.
Hare. AU colored but C. C. Bowen.
WARD NO. 8 - MEETING HELD AT GRIST MILL IN BT.
Chairman_B. A. Boseman. M. D., (colored.)
Delegates.-George Martin, John B. Morris, A.
J. lianseer, Rev. lt. H. Cam, H. B. Pickenpack, J.
Mills, J. N. Ha vue, J. M. Devees, R. H. Vander
horst, Dr. B. A. Boseman, A. B. Williams,.F. O.
Marshall. Chairman and aU detonates colored.
if you want cheat Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Em elopes, Pa?
per, ic; or, MLLLEBS' Almauae;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, NO. 59 Broad street.
BoABDlNO.-It ib a groat desideratum to obtain
a good borrding house. Sucb a one can be fouud
at the 'King Mansion," corner George and Meet?
ing streets. Fino rooms, pleasant company and a
good table aro the inducements offered. See ad?
vertisement in to-day's paper.
LABOE SAXE OF BACON.-Messrs. MOCAY cfc CAMP?
BELL, will sell to-day, at their provision stores,
No. 271 East Bay, between Hazel and Went?
worth wtreets, a fine lot of bacon sides, shoulders,
mess pork, beof, &c. A raro opportunity is offered
to dealers that should not bo neglected.
AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE_Messrs. LEITCH
& BRUNS will sell to-day, at thc old Postoffice, real
estate, consisting of houses and lots on Rutledge
and Queen streets. These sales have been resum?
ed after a long interval, and speculators or others
wishing to secure a good investment will find it to
their interest to attend the sale.
FALL A>D WINTER CLOTHING.-The near ap?
proach of Winter renders a good supply of cloth?
ing almost indispensible to comfort, and the stock
offered by Messrs. GEORGE LITTLE & Co. will bo
fonnd amply sufficient for all comers. Their goods
are carefully selected, and the known character of
the house is a sufficient guarantee for the quality
of the material. They advertise to-day a full
assortment of men's and boy's Fall and Winter
clothing, besides the various articles needed to
perfect and complete tho toilet. Messrs. GEORGE
LITTLE & Co. have been for years in the clothing
business, and are thoroughly acquainted with tho
wants of tho public. Thoy l?"T? on hand even
style of clothing that is in deland, and none need
apply in vain. All will he suited, and at moderate
A DURABLE REPUTATION IS BARELY MADE IS A DAY ;
but HUMPHREY'S HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFics, having beeu
twelve years before the public, and tried by thousands
in ever}' part of the country, and in every form of dis?
ease, have won for thou.'selves a name and reputation
rarely acquired. They are used by the most intelligent
and appreciative in every community, and praised by
all for their simplicity and efficiency lu curing disease.
HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMCEOPATHIO MEDICINE CO.,
October 29 1 No. 662 Broadway, New York.
1IKHVKV 91. CLECKLEY, AI. U.,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, SOUTHWEST COBNER
COLLEGE AND GREEN STREETS, Charleston, S. C.
CONSULTATION Horms-From 7 to 9>i A. M. ; from 2 to
iX P. M.; from 8 to 10 P. M.
October 3 thstul2
For restoring strength and appetite, use the groat
Southern Tome, PANE KIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS and you
will not be disappointed. For sale by all druggists. tu
What is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what are its effect?? These arc ques?
tions which the great American .public has a right to
ask, and it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative and tome, and is most care?
fully prepared in the form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all the wonderful medical properties of tho far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have tested
the preparation aro tho best Judges, and they declare
over their own signatures that tho 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. Miti?
gate tho pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist the
tailing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and it
will convince you of the above facts.
TARR ANT A CO., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September 12
The Time to Advertise in the Country.
THE PHCKNIX baa a large circulation throughout th?,
middle and upper Districts of the State. Adrertlrint.
rates as reasonable as the stringency of o money mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and others wishing to nse
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
February SS Columbia, S. C.
Rarely has them been a season as fruitful as
this of malarious disoases. Not onlyon the prairies
and in the valleys of the West ; not merely in an
the old haunts of Fever and Ague and BUlous Ro
mitteut Fever have these prostrating diseases been
unusually virulent ; but they have extended to towns
sud cities never before Infested with them, and bavo
even ascended the mountains and attacked thousands of
people supposed to have boon placed, by laws ol' Nature,
above their reach. Hence wo are compelled to admit
that a fatal element pervades the Universal Air this sea?
son, and should at once resort to tho only approved pre?
ventive of its consequences, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS, a tonic so potent, an anti-septic so perfect, an
alterative so irresistible, and a stimulant so pure that it
enables the human system to resist and baffle all the
predisposing causes of disease. With the confidence that
one clothed in incombustible garments might move
amoug blazing buildings, iho mau who arms himself
against malaria with this powerful defensive medicine may
walka fever-scourged district fearless of its insalubrious
atmosphere. The intermittents and remittonts at pre?
sent so general m all parts of the country may bo but the
forerunners of a deadlier scourge now on its way West?
ward from the far E ist Prepare the system with HOS?
TETTER'S BITTERS for a successful battle with the
mephitic causes of all epidemics. Be wise in tims.
October 28 0
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THOR?TON, tho great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Fsychometncinn, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the single or married of cither sex. While in a state
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wife
of tho applicant, together with date of marriage, position
lu life, leading traits of character, Ac. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimoiuals can assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture ts what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving placo of birth,
agc, disposition aud complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you wiU rd?
ceive the picture snd desired information by return mall,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y ly March 30
Free to Everybody.
A Large ti pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
lt leaches how the homely may become beantilul, the
despised respected, and the forsakeu loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to land their
address. and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer. 21,
Mar.-h SO ljr Tro., N. V.
UHR DRESSING SALOON!
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOUR EAST OF KING STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING.
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, in the la'.'St
style, and all other branches of thc tonsorial art, and is
willing to receive all of his old customers, and the public
HAIR CUTTING.35 cents.
If you wish au eus shave,
As good as Barber ever gave.
Just call a? my Shaving Saloon ;
I'll cut sud dress the hair with grace,
To su;t the contour o f the face.
October 10 thstn'Jnios
BOOK AND JOB
A I? THE OLI> ST AX?,
NO. 69 MEETING STREET,
?N'ext to Mills House,
IS PREPARED To EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
BILX HEADS, CIRCULARS,
BRIEFS, HAND BILLS,
Intrusted to his care. WITH NEATNESS AND DIS?
PATCH, at prices to suit the times.
Oetobar 28 mtus3
FILL il WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 313 King Street.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, to which
we invite those in wont to call and examine before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities are auch tl at we eau
offer our stock of Ready-made Clothing and Furnishing
Goods at such prices that will compare more favorablo
than any other house tn the line.
Our stock of Clothing were manufactured under our
own supervision, and can state that tboy are made up in
a workmanlike manner, and of fashionable stylos. Our
stock consists of all grades-Fine, Medium, and Low
In addition to thc above, wo have on baud a very l.irjre
stock of YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of all qualities. Parents will find it to their advan?
tage to call and make a selection. Our .-izes range from
3 years to 18 years of age.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of all quali?
ties, and warranted to fit.
We offer a large stock, consisting of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
and Drawers, Canton Flannel Drawers. Travelling Shirts,
all colore, English Half Hose, Suspenders, Bows, Neck
lies, Silk and Worsted Scarfs, Silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, hemmed and ready for use ; Gloves, of French Dog?
skin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlet?; French Kids, Silk,
Cloth sud Cassimere; Collars, of Linen and Paper, of
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer for Freedmen's use, at the low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sack and Pant*).
We respectfully solicit a call fr< m tho citizens of
Charleston, and those visiting tho city, to our complete
stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
will bike pleasure in showing our goods to those who
may favor us with a call, and we will guarantee that we
will sell at such prices that will suit 'he times, tor cash
OT city acceptance?. GEO. LITTLE A CO.,
No. 21U King street,
October 29 tuths2mos Victoria Range.
FALL A ND WINTER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1.303 lill SI.
Three doors above Wentworth.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
which ia complete, and everything manufactured
by us, at PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH
Twenty yeara' experience in tho manufacture of
Clothing for thia market exclusively, givoa ns the
advantage over many Establishments who have
to trust entirely to others with getting np their
An examination of our Goods ia most respect?
I. L. FALK & GO.,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Westside, 3doors above Wentworth.
October 24 thstnOmos
No. 219 KING STREET,
West side, one door South ol' Mar?
NOW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOCK OF
Made up specially for this Market.
Tho greatest care and skill ha* been
bestowed on the Cutting and Work?
manship, and every Customer can
rely on purchasing from this House
a perfect Garment.
THE STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES,
PINE, MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED,
INCLUDING MAN V NEW STYLES.
FROM 3 TH Hi YEARS OF AGE.
To supply the increasing demand
in this branch of my business, I
have greatly enlarged my Stock.
Parents will find here all they need
for their Sons.
THE STAR BRAND LINEN BOSOM
SHIR T S
The STAR BRAND SHIRTS 1
have sold in this city for over twenty
years have always given satisfaction
in FIT and MATERIAL.
IN FURNISHING GOODS I OFFER:
MERINO AND LAMBS' WOOL UNDERSHIRT* AND
DRAWERS, Shaker Flnnuel Undershirts und Drawers.
Canton Flannel Undershirts und Drawers, Travelling
Shirts, Half HOSP, Suspenders, Neck 'lies. Scarfs,
Gloves of Beaver, Buekskiu, Dogskin, French Kid and
Cassimere, Collars ot Linen and Paper in uh" prevailing
A full supply ol CLOTHING tor Freedmen of En ?llb; h
Kersey and Domestic Goods, and heavy Grey Blankets
weighing five pounds euch.
The Stock I oiler this seasou is very attractive, consist?
ing of ENGLISH, FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS,
Beavers, TrieoL?, Coatiuns. Cassinien's, Velvets, Vel?
veteens and Corduroys. The excellence of the style and
fit of Garments made at this House, by un experienced
Cutter from France, are sure to please those wno will
leave their orders.
Prices fixed and marked on each article.
The entire stock is offered at low prices.
Purchasers are invited to call a:id look through the
B.W. McTUREOl S,Supt
Elegant Building Lott ou Ru tied; fired, bf ti
Broad and Queen street*.
BY W. Y. LEITCH Sc K. S. BI. ; K ,
Brokers ano Auctioneers. No. 25 Bro.. 1 St.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 29th instant, at thc u J Po-l
oflice, at ll o'clock,
FOUR FINE LOTS, on Rutledge street, m. usuriug 39
feet esc h in front, by 122 feet deep, more or le s. i is
gram will bo submitted on day of sale.
Terns-One-half cash ; balance in one year. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers. October 39
Fine Grocery Stand.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & II. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 25 Broad St.
Will be sold THIS DAY. 29tb instant, at the old 1 ost
ofilce, at ll o'clock.
THAT FINE GROCERY, situated at the corner of Rut?
ledge and Queen slrcots, containing some four rooms,
measuring on Rutledge street 42 feet, by 12.1 feet, more
or less, on Queen street.
Terms-One-half cash, balance in one year. Purcha?
ser to keep thc promises insured and pay us for papers.
Small House in Queen street, near Rutledge.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 25 Broad St.
Will be sold THIS DAY. 29th instant, at the old Post
office, at ll o'clock.
That desirable SM\LL HOUSE, containing four rooms
situated on Queen stroet. one door from Rutledge, lot
measuring 49 feet by 107 feet, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year. Purcha?
ser to keep the premises insured and pay us for papers.
October 29 _
Valuable Farm of about Fine Acres on Rutledge
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEW ES,
Kcal Estate Agents.
Will be sold, at tho cid Custom House, THIS DAY,
29th inst., at ll o'clock,
A FARM of about Five Acres, situated on Rutledge
Avenue, Gadsden und Congress streets, measuring, on
Rutledge Avenue, ?i?l?',' feet; on Gad?dcd street, C73leet;
rm Congress street, 629 feet, and on thc back Une, 302
leet. lt ls within a short distance of the City Railroad
terminus. Upon this tract is a two and a half story
wooden dwelling. The soil is remarkably fertile, drains
rosily, and is admirably located for farming. It has been
recently surveved and divided into 23 fine building lo.
ie by a plat to be seen at our oftlco, No. 66 Broad ?tr.
Ternis cash. Purchiser to pay C. 4,M. for papers a id
Th? above property can be treated for at private HUI
October 29 wsfltu?
Desirable Residence in Coming sired, near S
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents.
Will be sold at the old Custom House THIS DAY, 20th
instant, at ll o'clock,
That LOT OF LAND, and THREE STORY WOOl-Er
BOUSE thereon, eoutaiuing BIX large rooms, dress rp
rooms and pantry, store room, kitchen, servants' apar.',
nients, carriage house and stable, and known as No. 12.
Coming street, one door north of Warren street, v. es.
side. The lot has a front on Coming street of 60 feet I y
170 feet in depth. It ie high and dry. and one of the
healthiest locations in the city.
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in ono aud two yeal -
secured by bond aud mortgage of the premises, witt in?
terest. House to bo kept insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay C. k M. for papers and stamps.
October 29 ws8 tul
WILL OPEN HER STOCK OF
MiLLIlR? ID FANCY GOODS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF HER CUSTOMERS
October 24 thstuO
DRY GOODS, ET CM
NO. 252 KING STREET.
JAMES B. BETTS,
OF THE LATE FIRM OF
HUBERT ADGER & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
TirOULD CALL TUE A1TF.NTION OF CASH BT1Y
VV EUS to his stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
to which additions are made weekly.
MR. BETTS will sell uniformly at the lowest market
prices. Changes in tho value of Goods will be promptly
met; thc public may rely on having this pledge fully
rarried out in every department ot his business.
MR. E. L. KERRISON, so long connected with the
Dry Goods Business in Charleston, is engaged with Mr.
BETTS in conducting his business.
October 25 _ 6
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
JUsT OPENED AND DAILY RECEIVING A SPLEN?
DID STOCK OF GOODS FOR FALL AND WINTER
IRADI', at wholesale and retail, lor cash, at a small ad
rance or Northern costs. Tue stock comprises overy
irticlo adapted for thc season, and purchasers will do
?veil to call soon, as bargains will be offered, at
No. 306 KING STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY.
October 2 Imo
FALL AND WINTER
rp HE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS .SPECIALLY
A Invited to our Fall aud Winter stoc'? ol
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
which ls now complete in every department. lu
WOOLLENS AND BLANKETS,
adapted to Planters' use, we have a large stock, to which
we invite special attention.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOW EN
No. 14.'l RfKRTINU STREBT.
September 7 '.'mos
Just opened, and receiving hy every
steamer, a Tull assort mont of
Lace Goods and Em?
CLOAKS ! CLOAKS!
OUR CLOAK ROOM IS NOW FULL. A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT Ol' SILK AND CLOTH SACQUES,
BASQUES, CIRCULARS AND SHAWLS ON HAND AND
ARRIVING PER EVERY STEAMEK.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
ARICfl ASH VARIED ASSORTMENT Ol' DRESS
300DS, consisting of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
JOPLIN'S, EMPRESS CLOTHS, ALPACAS, and also
DRr>s GOODS OF THE LOWER GRADES, CALICOES,
SHEETINGS, SHIRTING. WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY
AND GLOVEs, DUL^s I'UIMMINGS, in great variety ;
iud-i lull u.sortuicut of FANCY GOODS,
All of which will be sold at the lowest market rato=.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 263 KING STREET.
October 17 thstu2ino
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES !
ri: SUBSCRIBERS MOSI . ?..TFULLY IN
VUES attonli u to their ;.. ..? varied stock ot
?30?TS AND SUOl'.S. ar. I arc i :.. :?e pubUe at thc
D. 0'ANEIL &
No &S KING STREET. ABOVE GEORGE STREET.
August 31 3tuth2mo
Strips, Shoulders, Sides, efc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
WUl sell THIS V.KY, in front of their Store, at half-past 9
10 hhds. SHOULDERS
3 hhda. Jolee
10 hhda. C. B. Sides
3 boxes Bellies
4 boxes Smoked Meas Pork
10 tes. Unbagged Hams
4 les. Canvassed Hams
6 bbls. prime Pork
6,000 pounds choice Strips
30 bbls. choice Sugar-house Syrup
2 tes. Molasses
26 boxes Cheese
10 boxes Tobacco._October 29
Sides, Strips, Ilams and Butter.
BY T. M. CATER.
WUl be sold THIS DAY. on Brown's wharf, at three
quarters i sat 9 o'clock,
7 hhds. CLEAR SIDES
6 hhds. Ribbed Sides
800 Hams, in lots
20 boxes extra Sugar-cured New York Strips
100 firkins Butter, some dairies choice.
Conditions cash. October 29
BY Bs. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY. the 29th inst, will be sold, in their own
store, at three-quarters past 9 o'clock, on account ot
0 hhds BACON SIDES, very slightly damaged.
Conditions cash.. October 29
On Account of whom il may concern-Bacon
Sides, Shoulders, Bbls. Mess Bork, Bbls. Pork
McKAY & CAMPBELL
WiU seU THIS DAY. ( Tuesday, 29th instant, at ll o'clock,
at their Wholesale Provision Stores, No. 271 East Bay.
next to C. W. Soignions' Coal Yard, between Haseland
- BOXES SMOKED BACON SIDES
- boxes Smoked shoulders
- bbls. Mess Pork
- bbls. Mess Beef
- bbls. Pork Ribs, kc, bc.
Above will be sold, without reserve, for cash only.
Gooda to be removed day of sale. October 29
MILLIGAN & SON
WAI sell THIS DAY, at No. 22 Vendue Range,
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes, Notions, kc, fcc._October 29
Prime Buller, Just Landed.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THUS DAY, 29th inst, will be sold, before our store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
20 kegs CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER, Just landed from
Conditions cash. October 29
Pig Shoulders, Hams, Sides, Strips, Paper, ' ?tc.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
THIS DAY, the 29th inst, will be sold before our store,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
250 PIG SHOULDEBS
218 French Sides
300 reams Straw Paper (assorted)
10 bbls. Pork Heads.
Conditions cash. October 29
SHINGLES ! SHINGLES ! !
1 i\f\ AAA PRIME GEORGETOWN CYPRESS
lUU.UUU SHINGLES tor sale on reasonable
terms in lots to suit pure hf .sera at JNO. C. MALLONEE'S
Lumber Yard and Planing MUI, Horlbeck's Wharf, near
Cctober 'id 6
TWO LOTS OF LAND SITUATE IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, S. C., measuring and containing in front 60
feet by 160 feet in depth each. They are disposed in
this manner for the purpose of procuring rands to enable
a di stressed family to leave the State in the hope of bet?
tering their condition. Said lots are valued at $6 per
chance. October 18
liiiBRS Tl FIREMEN
GI O TO NO 203 EAST BAY AND BUY YOUR
f CROCUS EMORY POWDER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOTH, Ac, lor polishing.
NEATSFOOT OIL, for Leather Hose
LUBRICATING OILS, for Machinery,
/.t figures within the reach of all.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.
ALWAYS TAKE THE HIGHEST PREMIUM. AND
TOOK IT AT PARIS THIS YEAR, aa official docu?
ments will show.
These Scales arc placed entirely on their actual merits,
as every Scale is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
HAY. COAL BUTCHERS'
DORMANT DRUGGISTS' and
PORTABLE BROKERS' SCALES.
Of every size and variety. Call and examine samples at
the CHARLESTON AGENCY, sign of Marvin's Safe.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
September 9 NO. 203 EAST BAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PAT ENT SAFES never mould their conteuts.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never corrode the iron.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never lose their Fireproof
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES aro the only SAFES filled
with Alum and Dry Plaster. No other Safe bas ihese
WE REFER TO THE MERCHANTS, COTTON FAC?
TORS, Bankers and Jewelers of this city whom
wc have supplied. Sixty-eight of these Safes have been
sold by us since the clo-c ot the war, which alone should
Le a sufficient guarantee that 'hey are aU we claim.
Call and examine thc Stock now on baud, or send for a
W. M. BIRD Ss CO,
N ). -203 EAST BAY, Agenti for Charleston.
September 9 _
C. DUCREl'X'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ol
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which bas beeu patented in the United States,
Franco and England, ls now offered by the subscriber to
the public, feeling assured they will find it, upon exami?
nation, ouo ol' the greatest inventions ot the age.
Prominent among its advantages ar?:
FIKST-The facility with which horses may be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriage, also "rendering it
unnecessary tor the person unharnessing topase between
or behind the horses as is customary, thus uvuiJing any
liability ol' being kicked.
SECONU-In case ol a horse falling, be may be looked
from the carriage in one second, without the driver lew.
lng his seat. It is so simple in its operation that a child
eau work it.
THIRD AND G3EATEST-In cases of horses taking fright,
becoming unmanagable or running away, the terrible
consequences which so frequently foUow may bc all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, as the horses
can be loosed trom thc carriage "ina twinkling," and the
carriage is quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. c. DUCREUX gave several public exhibitions. The
great favor and praise maniii-sted by the public ou these
occasions, ii one ol the evidence? or a popular apprecia?
tion of its merits.
Terms may be known and orders received for applying
the patent to' carnages, ut purchase ot state Rights, by
addressing to C. DUCREUX, Patentee,
No, 93 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 3mo
FOR THE MILLION ! I
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tbe most celebrated Actors tor 50 cents; 50 Actresses
lor 50 cents; 50 Uuion Generals tor 50 cents; 50 Rebel
Glanerais for SO cents; 50 statesmen tor 50 cents; 60 beau
timl young Ladies lor 00 cents; 30 flue-looking young
Qentlemon for 50 cents; ti large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautu'uily colored, exactly as
[hi v appear, for 50 cents; or for 50 cents, tl ot the nnmt
lirautit'ul Ladies of tho Parisian BaUet Troupe, as th?y
ippcar in the play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, ir y, N. Y.
May 13 Pl ,_ lyr
Woollen Shawls, Merino Shirt*, Wonted Hosiery,
Panis and Soap Iron.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 29th butant, at 10 o'clock, will ba sold, at
our auction salesroom. No. 183 Meeting street,_
20 doran WHITE AND BLUE MTXBD MERINO
25 dozen Children's Balmoral and Strip* Worsted
SO dozen Men's Brows Cotton Half Hose
90 Plaid Woolen Shawls
12 dozen Madras Handkerchiefs
40 pair Men's Satinet Pasta
On account of all concerned,
9 bundles HOOP IRON-1,1* and IK buches.
1 UPRIGHT SHOWCASE, suitable for Millinery.
Conditions cash._October 29
Carpet, JIat.% Dry Goods, Shop Ooods, ?ce.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
THIS DAY, 29th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street.
1 SMALL PATTERN INGE UN CARPET. 16 feet
Invoice of Men's Fine Felt Hats, fashionable styles
Cassimeres, Sattineta, Rad and White Flannel
Canton Flannel, Muslin Delaines, Calicoes
Alpaccss, Slate and White Jeans
A large variety of Ribbons, Corsets, Hoop Skirts
1 case new and fashionable style Bonnet and Hat
Bleached ?na Brown Shirtings, Grey Blankets, kt\
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Men's Wool, Half Wool, and Cotton Country Snit
Half Hose. October 29
Dry Ooods, Clothing, $c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will aeu, at my atora,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CONSISTING rv PAST OF :
Pieces PRINTS, Blue Plaids, Delaines, C?mbrica,
Homespuns, Denims, Satinets, Jeana, Ac,
. ALSO, .
An assortment of Men's and Boys' BROGANS and
BALMORALS._ October 29
Boots and Shoes at Auction.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
j TO-MORROW, the 30th inst., at 10 o'clock, in our
salesroom, No. 142 Meeting street, for cash,
100 cases Men's, Women's. Boys', Girls', Youths' and
Children's BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, BALMORAL
GAITERS, Ac., Ac, all fresh gooda and regular assort?
ed, to which we invite the attention of buyers.
October 29 3
One of the Most, Valuable Farms on Charleston -.
Neck for Sale or lo Lease.
BY h S. H. BENNETT.
At Private Sale or to Lease
An exceedingly valuable and beautifully located MAB*
KET FARM, of sixty-six (80) acres, about four miles
from the city, on the Ashley River. This place has been
kept under the highest cultivation, and haa upon it aH,
the buildings, including a neat Residence, necessary fte
ta successful management.
For further particulars apply as above, at Na AO
BROAD STREE I, up stain. -
October ?3 wita*
MAM ORPHANS* HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000;
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS ONLY 0\E DOLLAR !
V ' .: ;. I; ; m', ?
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA. OA.,
WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 6th, 1867,
. ... ?>:. jv. -'sui i
AH the Prizes will be drawn!
I.? PACKAGE OF TEN TICKETS FOR TEN
DOLLARS LIABLE TO DRA W$30,0001
THE GRAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, tia., NOT.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize of.....960,000
1 Prise of..80,000
I Prize of.10,000
3 Prizes of..... 8,000
3 Prizes of...|3,500
18 Prizes of.... SOO
55 Prises of... 950
150 Prizes of... 300
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO .
30,0(10 NUMBERS.518 PRIZES.
TICKETS $12. HALVES $6. QUARTERS $8,
The above Brilliant Scheme is worthy the attention of
the public. Its management ia under the control of gen?
tlemen of the highest standing in our midst, and in the
Masonic fraternity. The coartar of this Lottery ts from
the State of Georgia, and bonds given for the payment of
Ail Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prizes Cashed at thia Office.
?sT~ Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
orders by simply enclosing money with full address.
?jr Atl orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
tc be addressed to
JAMES KERR, Manager's Agent,
Lock Box No. 584, Charleston, S. C.
Office: No. 20 BROAD STREET. October lt
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN
B E N I F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
1 Prize of..$50,000
1 Prize of..30,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Prize of..7,000
3 Prizes of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amosntlng to
788 PRIZES-3330.650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To he drawn at Covington, Kentucky.,
OCTOBER 31st, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTERS, $3;
The chances are tar more favoiable to draw prizes la
thia than in any other Lottery in tho world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets phould always examine the trbsmea,
Pilzes paid in full without discount.
Official drawings sent each purchaser.
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with full address.
?-AU o-ders for tickets, schemes, and luiotmation to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston. 3. C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street
October 17 _
20 Prizes of.. $1,000
63 Prizes of..400
155 Prizes of..SOO
330 Prizes of..135
E M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
Hi? PPVOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
.tait to ?a 77 CHURCH.STREET, near St.
The Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60 PEf
v<*r in a trance. Advertisement* inserted at usual
5 e"' Q. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Prowietorj