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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1867.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
W. S. Hast , S. C. D., will sell at 12 o'clock, a
lot of land.
Kn.boy &, Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, a largo as
sortment of winter goods.
Campbell, Knox & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, as
sorted dry goods.
A Bio Train.?The engine Carrie came in from
Augusta on Friday night with a train of thirtv
two cars, containing nearly nine hundred bales of
cotton. This is the largest number of bales
brought down by one locomotive for many
Coubt of Equity.?We are requested to call
the attention of the Members cf the Bar to the
fact that the call of the Dockets in the Court of
Equity will be commenced this ilay, at 12 o'clock,
M., and to request a full and punctual attend
ance. _ 2
We aoe requested to call attention to the meet
ing of the Board of Managers of the Charleston
Bible Society, this afternoon at four o'clock, in
the President's room of the Charleston College.
As matters of great importance will be brought
up, all the members ate requeutec to be present.
Pea Nuts.?The Wilmington i'oat of Saturday
says : The Pea Nut crop has all been dug and pick
ed, and is rapidly being b*" tight into this market.
The crop this year is not a large one, and conse
quently the peas sell well notwithstanding the
dull face of general business. At this time they
bring here about $3 per bushel
Pebsonal.?Professor C. U. Shephabd, Profes
sor of Chemistry in the South Carolina Medical
College, arrived in this city yeaterday, and has
taken rooms at the Charleston Hotel.
Thomas W. Conway, Commissioner of the Freed
men's Bureau for Louisiana, and Col. J. M. Bab
low, U. S. A., are stopping at tho Mills House.
Accident.?A Swedish sailor employed on the
schooner Moses B. Bramhall, fell from the main
cross trees to the deck, on Saturday afternoon.
His fall was broken by striking against the rigging,
and no bones were broken, though it was feared
be might have received some internal injury. He
was sent to the hospital, where he will receive med
ical attention. _
The Steamship George-B. Upton, Captain Rich,
arrived from Boston on Saturday morning last
with t> large freight li?t.
The Upton was detained by severe gales, com
mencing on Tuesday last, to the North of Hatterts
and lasting for several days, the ship throughout
proving herself an excellent sea boat. The Upton
will have quick dispatch, her energetic agent Mr.
Wm. Roach, expecting to load her immediately.
Am Indignant (Constituent.?We have received
the following communication :
" lb the Editors of the News :
S ibs,?Why do not the wire pullers of the late
caucus held at Military Hall to nominate nine
delegates to the Convention, give their report to
the public. We hope that after being in session
all one night, and part of the>next, has not com
pelled them to keep silent as to how they secured
the election of that ninth man ; or do thev think
to keep it soient, and compel the people to vote
for men that cannot secure a nomination by fair
means ? Whom do thev represent ?
I am, sir, Ac., A NEW VOTER.
Charleaton, November 2.
Accident on the Street Railroad.?The work
men engaged in removing the mud from the man
hole to the tidal drain in Calhoun street, have been
obliged to carry their windlass to the edge of the
track, leaving barely three inches of space
between it and the cars. On Friday morning,
while Conductor Rotjmtlat's car was passing this
spot, the windlass struck the elbows of two gentle
men who had their arms partially out of the window.
The blow was quite painful, though an examina
tion by Dr. Aemab showed that no bones were
broken, but it had caused a severe contusion,
which would prevent the use of their arms for
some days. ^_
Throwing Off the Trains on the South Caro
lina Railroad.?Officer Coates, of the detective
force, returned to the city, on Friday night, with
four additional prisoners, who were arrested on
suspicion of being implicated in throwing off the
South Carolina Railroad train near Hopkin's Turn
out. Five of the prisoners are negroes and two
whites, one of the latter having for some time
been an employee of the South Carolina Railroad
Company. Most of the evidence in the cases has
been taken before Magistrate Kanapaux. but the
prisoners will be trie d before a military commis
sion. There is no doubt that they had formed a
gang for purposes of robbery and plunder, and, in
the house of one of the arrested persons, were found
two bales of cotton, and a bureau, which were
stolen from the South Carolina Railroad some
The Radical Ticket Hatched at Last.?The
following is a full list of the delegates to the State
Convention nominated in secret caucus at the Mili
F. A. Sawver, white.
Gilbert P?lsbury, white.
C. C. Bowen, white.
A. G. Maekey, white.
A. J. Ranaier, colored.
R. H. Cain, colored.
B. C. DeLarge, colored.
F. L. Cardozo, colored.
William McKinley, colored.
Total, Jour white and five colored.
The nominating convention was secret in its
character, and every attempt was made to keep the
nominations from being generally known. It is
looked upon by many of the Radicals as a hole
and-corner affair, and has already caused consider
able dissension in the party.
Our Stxam Fleet.?The late very heavy gales
along the coast has detained beyond their ordi
nary time several of our usually prompt steamers,
and on Saturday last some unpleasant rumors were
circulated aiound, in reference to some of them,
which we are happy to :*y, lat einformation shows
was without fonnda . jn. The steamship Champion
arrived at New York on Wednesday, and the steam
ship Alabama on Thursday, both reporting very
heavy weather, and the latter was compelled to lay
to for eight or ten hours.
The steamship Patapsco for Baltimore put into
Morehead City, (N. C.) on the 81st October, short
The steamship Saragossa, which put into Hamp
ton Roads to repair smoke stack, will probably
reach here to-day.
The steamship Emly B. Souder, Captain H. S.
Lebby, reached her wharf here yesterday in her
usual regular time, having a large freight and a
good passenger list.
The Ladles' Mutual Aid Association.?Among
the many charitable associations of this city there
are few which have a more extended sphere of use
fulness than the Ladies' Mutual Aid. It was found
ed eince the war, for the purpose of rendering as
aistauae to those who had become impoverished
by the failure of the cause, and who were depend
ent on their own exertions for a support. The
building known as the Depository, in Chalmers
street, was secured as a depot for the sale of cloth
ing and other articles that were furnished by the
beneficiaries of the Society. Goods have been
procured at the different stores for a small amount
and applicants for sewing furnished the material
and paid a fair price for their work, and the manu
factured articles were than exposed for sale in one
f the rooms of the building. These goods, mauv
of 'hem articles of clothing, are made up in a sub
stantial manner, and though destitute of the glosB
and finish of those purchased iu other stores, will
prove far more serviceable in the end. The Associ
ation has always on hand a stock of goods that
would command a ready sale were the fact more
generally known, and many perBons would gladly
contribute their money to a charitable purpose
when they knew that it was not thrown a -ay.
The "Home for Widows, Daugh- rs and Moth
era," recently established, is au entirely separate
lisociation, but many of the ladies connected with
the Mutual Aid are also Directors of the "Home,"
and it is expected that in time the two associations
could be made to render each other great assist
ance by the Mutual Aid supplying wort- to the in
mates of the Home. Tnere are few charitable as
sociations that are more worthy and that can
appeal to the public more forcibly than those above
mentioned. There are veiy lex persons who ?/ave
not suffered by the defeat cf the Confederacy.
Some of these hive been able to restore their lr it
fortunes, and others to secure a competency; but
manv are without means, and inable to earn more
than a precarious bring by their daily labor. The
winter la fast approaching, and these who are ncl
blessed with the good things of this life will feel it
keenlv. A small sum do.iated to either of the as
sociations will save much suffering, and the pleas
ure of giving in s good cause will more than coun
terbalance tie pecuniary lose.
Registration.?The books for registration will
be opened at the different products to-morrow,
and for the four consecutive days. This will afford
those who havo neglected or were unablo to
rogister in time, to add their names to the list of
voters. Tlio precincts will be as follows : Wards
Nos. 1 and 2, the City Hall ; Ward No. 3, Market
Hall : Ward No. 4, Hope Eugiue House ; Wards
No*. 5, 6 and 7, Washington Engine House.
This is the last opportunity for registration that
will be afforded any citizen, and it should not be
neglected. It matters little whether any one de
signs voting or not ; it is his bounden duty to
register and secure the rights of citizenship. The
election will be held on the 19th and 20th inat., at
the registration precincts, and those who wish to
take part in the proceedings should remember this
fact, that they must vote at the same precinct
where they were registered, and under the same
name. Tho lists will be opened during the five
days of registration for revision, and all complaints
will be heard at that time.
A New Sensation.?Professor .St. Mauu.?As
if to atone for the dearth of amusements during
tho post summer, it would seem the caterers for
the public amusement intend taking our city by
storm. Professor St. Maub, a celebrated Wizard
and Ventriloquist, will open the season on Wed
nesday night at the Hibernian Hall. The Pro
fessor is a young Southerner, who served in the
army of Virginia during the war, and has, since
the surrender, been delighting large audiences in
different cities. He is spoken of as a master in
the art of legerdemain, and his appearance iu
Charleston at this time will give general satisfac
tion, as there are few entertainments more fasci
nating than magic auu jugglery. The North
Carolina papers speak of him as having won golden
opinions in that State, and assert that they have
never seen hie equal. There could be no more
auspicious inauguration of our new theatre than
the entertainment promised by Professor St.
Maub, and we predict for him a brilliant success.
The Medical College of the State of South
Carolina. -To-day, the first Monday in November,
the exercises of the Medical College are resumed.
Since the close of the last term two of the Pro
fessor j have resigned, Dr. T. G. Pbioleau and
Dr. Jam's Mouxtrie, and two new ones Lave been
elected it their stead, Dr. F. M. Robertson and
Dr. J. P. Chazal. The former delivers at nine
o'clock this morning at once his inaugural aud
the opening lecture of the term; and all who know
Dr. R. will share our confidence in his success.
Both the new Frofesaors have for years been suc
cessful practitioners in this city, devoted to medi
cine as a science as well as an art, and havo always
endeavored, ae far as we know, (and the writer of
- this has had ample opportunity of judging) to
keep abreast with the science of their profession.
Both Dr. Robertson and Dr. Chazal, we more
over believe, have been elected to the particular
Chairs for which their talents and their studies
best fitted them, and we have every coufidence
that they will justify the expectations of their
friends and become successful and distinguished
The prospects for a good class are fair. From
present indications we should say about one hun
dred and fifty students may be expacted this
winter?for th<w hard times a goodly number.
Before the war the classes numbered generally
from two hundred to two hundred and fifty.
Book and Job Printing, and Book Binding.?
Aa will be seen by reference to our advertising
columns Mr. James W. McMillan late of The
Daily News and Mr. Thad C. Jowm, have formed
a copartnership for the purpose of conducting the
business mentioned above. They have located at
No. 33 Hayne street, in the building formerly occu
pied by Messrs. W. H. Gilliland & Son, and having
purchased the new and complete job printing ma
terial, fc norlv belonging to this office, are pre
pared to fill any orders that may be entrusted to
Captain McMillan, the senior partner, has been
long known to the community from his connection
with the newspapers of this city, and is thoroughly
acquainted with the "art preservative of arts" in
all of its different phases. As an energetic busi
ness man, he has few superiors, and the firm of
McMillan & Jowttt will soon achieve that success
they merit. Mr. Jowttt, formerly of the firm of
Burke & Jowttt, is an old aud practical printer,
and brings to the new firm a large experience,
which will enable them to compete favorably with
similar establishments in the city.
Their proximity to business circles will enable
them to supply cards, bill heads, Ac, at a short
notice, and in every style known to the art, and as
they posses extensive facilities for conducting the
printing and bookbinding business in ill of its
details their customers will have no cause for
complaint. Orders for McMillan & Jowttt, may
be left at Thh News Office.
Hotel Arrivals.?The arrivals at the different
Hotels since Friday night have been quite laige,
many of them being old citizens who are returning
from their summer travels.
Pavilion HoteL?J. P. LaBorde, city; J. W. Jen
ny,. Barnwell; Wr. A. Cnlbreath and W. S. Shep
pard, Edgefleld; W. M. Larey, St. Stephen's; Rob
ert S. Beckham, Lancaster; J. Walker Floyd, Lib
erty Hill, S. C; R. H. Tompkins, Mobile; J. N.
Wigfall, South Carolina; St. Maur, Virginia; J. M.
Williams, Barnwell; R. S. Tisdale, WLUiansburg;
W. M. T?lman and J. L. lXagte** Florida.
Charleston Hotel.?Bey. E. C. Logan, St. Thom
as; R. B. Allsron, Macon, Ga.; Lieut. H. R. Ander
son, U. 8. A.; A. C. Morton, New York; S. T. Deal
ing Augusta; Charles H?rtung, New York; J. M.
Rollback, New Orleans; J. S. M. Davidson and lady,
Florida; Captain F. Peck, steamer Fannie; George
Rothohilds, New York; E. B. Smith, Newberry, 8.
C; 8. Johnson Woods, New York; Prof. Charles VS.
Shephard, city; C. U. Sbephard, Jr., W. W. Mar
ble and wife, New. York; C. V. Wilson and wift,
Mills House. -Jacob Cohen aud wife, Miss "ielle
Cohen, city; J. C. Mayo and Master W. B. Mayo,
Beaufort; W. J. Heller, Augusta; M. C. Mickey,
New York; John B. Adger, Columbia; Thomas W.
Conway, New York; H. B. Plant, Georgia; C. A.
Bristol and wife, Miss Bristol and two servants,
New York; Jas. E. Whaley, Florida; C. H. Suber,
South Carolina; Henry J. Gardner, Boston; ThoB.
E. Craven, Albany, N. Y.; A. M. Averill and lady
and Miss Averill, New York; J. H. Heuschen, Bre
men; C. L. Jackson, Baltimore; C. J. Fowler, New
Haven; P. M. Nightengale, Georgia; J. R. Troup,
W. R. Gignilhat, Georgia; L. Merry Ferrie, Jr.,
and W. M. Jors, Brunswick. Georgia; Miss Gooa
head, Florence, S. C; Southard Hoffman, New
York; Col. J. M. Barlow, U. 8. A.; Mrs. Barlow and
servant, Thomas J. Still, Rockiughf.in, N. V.
Ootbage in St. Andrew's Parish.?On Saturday
morning, about 10 o'clock, a negro named Sam
Williams came to the store of Mr. E. F. Hartman,
in St. Andrew's Parish, near Raniowles, to .krade.
He brought some groundnuts, which were not
taken, as they proved to be short measure but he
effected a trade for a tew articles, which he took
with him, together with the measure containing
the groundnuts. His attention was called to t.ae
fact that the measure belonged to the store, but
he persisted in taking it, and he was leaving the
store when met by Mr. Hartman. The latter told
him to put the measure down, and on hie refusing,
tried to forco it from him. In tho struggle which
ensued, Mr. Hartman seized Williams by the
throat, and, the negro cursing him, ho repeated
the choking. Williams then loft for the planta
tion, threatening vengeance against Hartman.
In a short time seven armed negroes camo to
the house and demanded Hartman, threatening
to burn down the house if he was not surrendered.
Resistance appearing useless Mr. Hartman came
out and delivered himself into their hands. He
was immediately surrounded and forced to walk
to the river, there they took a boat for Charleston.
The negroes on reaching the boat left their arms
behind them, and three of them accompanied Mr.
Hartman to the city.
On arriving in Charleston, Hartman succeeded
in escaping from his guard, and took refuge in a
store. The negroes shortly after meeting Ser
geant Lyons of the Police force made their com
plaints to him, and on going ticthe stoic designa
ted, he found Hartman, whom he took to the
Guard House tor safe keeping, together with Sam
Wilhams, Tom Bryan and Peter Brow, who con
stituted the guard, and Peter Mazyek. who came
as a witness.
In examining the parties at the guardhouse the
following ficts were elicited : Williams, on leaving
the store, went to tho plantation, and stated hia
grievance; tho matter was icferred to a Commit
tee, who, as he said, were appointed by the So
ciety (?) to secure them equal rights and justice.
Tins Committee authorized the arrest of Hartman,
which was done as stated. In going to nartman's
they stopped at a plantatiou where there was a
magistrate, Dr. Sims ; but thoy made no applica
tion for a warrant, deeming the authoritv of the
Committee sufficient. They stated that the plan
tations had several Committees, who were appoint
ed by the Society for different purposes ; and thev
had received orders to tako Hartmau to General
A communication was sent from tbe guardhouas
to the Post Commander, informing him ot these
facts, and the prisoners turned over to the mili
tary fo await an investigation of the occurrence.
The Charleston Club House.? This buildini
was purchased after tho war, for a United Stats
Court House, but, on account of an alleged flu
in the titles, the appropriation was withdrawn am
tbo property loft on the hands of tho purchasers
It was at that time very much out of repair, an<
for some mouths no efforts were made to roston
it to its former condition. During this period i
was occasionally lent to different corporations fix
charitable purposes, but this privilege was abuset
by seme pat ties, whose meetings were so boisler
Oos that they became disagreeable to the commit
nity. Complaints oi these proceedings were n<
sooner received by the owners than all permis
sions to use the building were revoked and il
was determined to refit and repair it thoroughly
There is perhaps no building in the city that i;
more suited l'or a Court House than the old Clul
House, as tho large hall could be easily transform
ed into a Court of Justice, while the smaller roomi
on the lower floor would be admirably adapted foi
Mie offices of the different persons connected witl
At present the owners design using the houst
as a place for public amusements, and havo tho
roughly repaired all damage, besides improving
the internal appearance of the building by re
moving tho paper on the walls and painting them
in imitation of marble. The Hall has been fur
nished with benches and a movable stage, bul
those can be easily removed and tho building
be made available for any public entertainment.
It is proposed to havo a first class caterer con
nected with the building, who will bo prepared to
furnish diuneis or suppers to any persons who
may ccgago the Hall. There are but three pub
lic Halis in the city, and if the present Winter
should be as lively as its predecessors, the Club
House will not be long without occupants.
Radical Accounts of Things in South Caro
lina.?The New York Tribune of Thursday contains
a lotter from Charleston, dated October ?8th, from
which wo take the following paragraphs, which, as
our readers will observe, are evidently penned
in a purely disinterested spirit :
It"mors of Radical plans and aspirations here
in the State, are already in the wind, a long way
ahead. Dr. Albert G. Mackey, the Collector of the
Port, undoubtedly a sterling loyalist during the
war, and an out-spoken man since then, is men
tioned most prominently for the prospective
Senatorship. Mr. Frederick A. Sawyer, late prin
cipal of the Girls' Normal School in Charleston,
and a far more recent convert to Radical opinions,
though hailing from Massachusetts, ia another
contemplated nomination. There will of course
be a curious contest here for the honors in the
Radical gift, just as in mature localities; but there
will be offices enough for all who are able to fill
them. Any possible whito ticket of Radicals for
Congress would, I am sure, be refreshed and
strengthened bv the names of such colored men
as Cardozo and Delany?tho former a principal
of one of tho schools hero, and the latter the well
known colored surgeon, who has won his title of
Major. Mr. Lemuel G. Booser is the upland nomi
nee in prospect for the senatorship. his is not a
name to fill a trumpet of any sort ; but he is said
to be a man of biph worth, and a pretty fair speci
men of native Conserved-Radical.
The visit of h.e Southern Railroad Committee
from Congress has left a fair impression on
the minds of Radicals ; it would be absurd to
suppose that they could deeply impress any other.
The^speeches of the Committee were not vital
utterances, though in the main well advised and
sensible. Not so Mr. McClurg's renewal of the
threat about confiscation. 1? Congress did intend
to adopt any wholesale measure in effect so reac
tionary, Mr. McClurg's threat would not have been
one whit the wiser. There can be no use of set
ting up confiscation as a scare- crow. The negroes
laugh at it, and so do their ex-owners.
Whoa! January.?The lovors of the Hippo
drome will be pleased to learn that two Richmond $
are iu the field, two Januarys on the carpet, two
gorgeous displays of spangles, and foot lights,
wild and tame beasts, trained animals, learned
mules, Ac, in prospect. Dan Castello, with his
world-reuowned show, will soon pay our city his
promised visit, and those irrepressible juveniles
who have gazed daily at the wonders exhibited on
his sign board, and have dreamed nightly of tbo
different performances, can at last realize their
fondest anticipations. The cherished quarters and
halves will be removed from their hoarding places
and be absorbed in Dan Castello's cash box, and
tho canvaBS will be crowded to its utmost capacity.
This has been the experience of most circus-goers,
and the community have not lost their fondness
for big shows.
Dan, however, cannot carry off all the green
backs; he has a competitor %vho follows closely at
his heels, and will, perhaps, have his expectations
at the same time. Robtvson's circus is not un
known to fame, and his huge posters, which are
boldly displayed on the fences and walls of the
city, state that his animals are as well trained, his
horses can leap as high, and the performers outdo
those of any rival establishment. This is what
might be termed bi? talk, were it not known that
Robinson is an old and experienced showman. His
show bills promise many wonders. It would not
be surprising if an extra effort was made and more
fractional currency saved, in oide: to allow the
parties to see both shows, and determine for them
selves which was the most perfect in all of the de
One benefit that has already been derived from
these proposed invasions is the changed appearance
of the streets, and particularly some portions of
tho burnt district. The blank walls and unsightly
ruin" are now changed into huge picture galleries,
v.uere the naturalist can learn the habits and ap
pearance of tho different beastj, and where the
biblical student is enabled to sco Eden as it was
when Adam was lord and mastor of all he survoy
ed. To the juveniles, both white and black, these
mammoth pictures are unfailing sources of delight,
and it is doubtful if a sight at the "true and true"
show wonld givo thorn as much pleasure as that
afforded by tho variegated posters.
If you w? at cheap illank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
per, Ac; or, Millens' Almanac;
11 you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound iu any stylo, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Hakbis, No. 5!) Broad street.
Shall Nature be Sustained I
To give debilitating medicines to the weak is about as
sensible as it would be to try to help a man to his feet
by kicking him when he was down.
That sort of practice is going out of fashiou. It has
filled fo many graveyards that -people no longer believe
If those who are not strong by natura expect to avoid
iiie attacks cf disease, they must eudeavor to acquire the
vigcr necessary to resist it.
How is this to be done? Coiuinuu sense suggests by
the use of ir vigoratiDg medicine.
The great object 19 to strengthen the system with
out ExorrrNQ it.
This object is acromplisUed by the Judicious use of
the most potent and genial ot all vegetable tonii s aud
alteratives, HOSTEITER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Many valuable properties are combined lu this prepara
tion. It improves the appetite aud rentiers digestion
easy and perfect. It gives steadiness to the nerves, in
duces a healthy, natural flow of bile ; prevents constipa
tion without unduly purging the bowels ; gently stimu
lates the circulation, and by promoting a vigorous
condition of the physical system, promotes, also, that
cheerfulness which is the truest indication of a well
balanced condition ot all the animal powers.
Summer leaves both the body and the mind more or
less exhausted. Now is the time to recruit them, and
thus forestall the malarious fevers and other complaints
which prostrate so mauy thousands every Fall.
November 4 C
Know thy Destiny.
Madame T.. V. Thornton, the cr?ai English Astrolo
gie, Clairvoyant aud Psychometriciin, who lias aston
ished the s.'lentiti. classis 01 the Old World, lu?s now lo
cated herself at Hudson. N. Y. Ma'taiuc TuoaKTON* pos
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena
ble hi-r to lmjiart knowledge of the greatest importaucc
to the single or married ol either sex. While In a statu
of trance, she delineates the very features ot '.!:- person
yen aiv to marry, and by the aid ol an instrument 01 iu
teu.se power, known as thePsycboinotrope, f/uarantees tt
produce a life-like picture of the tuture hush md or wi?
of the upplicant, together with date 01 uiarria te, positioi
iu lile. isading traits 01 character. Ac. This is no hum
bus, as thousaud ot testimonials ran assert, she wil
scud, when desired, a certified certificate, or writtei
guarantee, that the picture 1^ what it purports to be. E;
enclosing a small lock 01 hair, aud giving place ot birth
age, disposition aud eoiiiplexiou.ond enclosing fifty cent
and stamped envelope aadrossed to yourself, you will r?
ceive the picture and desired information by reran mail
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, il
confidence. Madame K. P. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 20,1
Hudson. N. Y 1\ March 3U
Free to Everybody.
A Large Ii pp. Circular, giving iniorniation of Hi
greatest importance to the youut' ol both sexes.
It teaches bow the homely mav become beautiful, th
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should u.l to vend the!
sddre-s, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
\ddre-s p. O. Driver. 21,
March :<0 lvr Tro/,N. Y.
FUN FOR ALL!
F?LL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSO:
male or Uinale, can mast* r the great art of Vei
triloquistn by a lew hours" practice, making a world 1
tun and after becoming experts tueu'?elves, can tear
others, thereby making It a source of Income. Full 11
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May 13 lyr
" The Gazette.?The la?t number of the Gazette
j possesses unusual interest, and is well worth a
1 careful perusal. The content.-' are: Tho Tempore!
Power of tho Pope; Allocution of Pius IX.; Homes
ami Farms; The Latest Fenian Scare; The lato Dr.
Ives; Alarming Reports in England; Galibaldi a- s
Pnsonei ; The Truce of God in Belfast; Rt. Rev.
Bhhop Lynch; Captain John Mitchell: Li Memo
riam, (Poetry, by Father Ryan); Do-Nothing
Young Ladies; Literature; Cable Telegrams; Cor
respondence: Catholic Helligence; Latest Irish
News; Local Items, Ac., Ac, &c. Office of publi
cation No. 307 King street. Terms,- $2.50 per
annum. For sale at all news depots at five cents
Bargains! Bargains! -Messrs. Goudkop A'
Beuthner, No. 420 King street, are offering to the
public inducements that will soon cause a rush to
their establishment. Calicoes are going at a more
song, in fact, almost given away, while other goods
can be purchased at proportionally low prices. The
greatest attraction, however, is in the cloak de
partment, these necessary articles, though of the
latest styles, being offered at tho most unfashiona
ble prices. Messrs. Goudkop k Beuthner have
prepared for the invasion aud will be able to ro
ceive their visitors with fresh supplies as fast as
those shown are purchased. Delays are, however,
known to be dangerous, and we advise all who
wish tho first pick to Becure a position in the van.
A Pleasing Sign.?Messrs. T. Stenhouse A Co.
raised, on Saturday, a mammoth Bign over their
Btore, at the corner of East Bay and Accommoda
tion Wharf, bearing the inscription of "Wholesale
Flour Depot." The flour trade of Charleston has
lately aseumed much larger proportions than for
many years past, as arrangements have been made
by which the creat West sends her supplies direct
to this city, aud dealors can procure the different
grades at remunerative prices. Messrs. Sten
house & Co. have for soms time paid great atten
I tion to this trade, and their new establishment has
been well stocked with flour of all grades and
brands. They possess all of the facilities to con
duct an extensive business, and a glanco it
their store will show that it has been appropriately
termed a wholesale flour depot.
hom opathy is no longer an experiment : fifty
years of time and of triumphant success, in every disease,
and In all parts of the world, have answered that ques
tion It only remains to choose the best form of it. Dr.
Humphreys' system of Specifics, for family use, di
vests the system of all intricacy and uncertainty, and af
fords a degree of posltiveness decisive in results, not
attended by anv other mode. See advertisement iu
auother column. Address,
Humphreys' Speoivtc Hom opathtc Medicine Co.
November 4 1 No. 5C2 Broadway, N. V.
The best Dyspeptic Bitters now in use arc Panknin's
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to give relief, try
bottle, and be convinced. For sale by all Dmggirts. l
What is TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what are its effects? These are ques
tions which the great American public has a right to
aslc, and it also bas s right to expect a candid and satis
factory roply. The preparation is a rjfld and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative aud tonic, and is most care
fully prepared in tho form of a snow white powder, con
taining all the wonderful m<slical pn>i>erties of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Oi its effects we would say 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. Tranquillze the
norvouB system. Refresh and invigorate the \\cak. 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 lacts.
TARRANT A CO., Sole Proprietors. New York.
Sold by all Druggists. :traos September 12
Tbe Time to Advertise In the Country.
Th:: Phcenix has a large rhvulalion throughout tin
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advcrtisini,
rates as reasonable as the stringency of e money mar
ket will warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
the columns of tbe paper will address
JULIAN A. SELB?. Proprietor,
February 25 < 'oluinbia. S. C.
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES!
M VERY LOWEST MARKET PKICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
NUB LE COOK
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS.
?F EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
(1H?N, DARKLE. & CO..
So. \!iO -MEETING S i lt E KT,
November 1 'iuios Charleston, S. C.
GRATES FOR DWELLINGS AM)
Offices, of all sizes and patterns.
For sale by
SHEPHERD A COHEN,
No. 297 King street.
ALWAYS TA EE THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, AND
TOOK IT AT PARIS THIS YEAR, as oftK-ial docu
ments will show.
These Scales are plnced entirely on their actual merits,
as every Scale is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
Call and examine samples at
Of every size and variety
the CHARLESTON AGENCY, sign ol Marvin's Safe,
W. M. BIRD & CO,,
NO. *JUa EAST RAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PA'l EOT SAFES never mould their contents.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never corrode the iron.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never lose their Fire prooi
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES are the only SAFES filled
with Alum aud Dry Plaster. No ether Safe lias these
"fXTE REFER TO THE MERCHANTS, COTTON PAC
VV TORS, Bankers and Jewelers ot this city whom
we have supplied. Sixty eight of these Sates have beer
sold by us sinse the clo-e of tho war, which al^ne slioult
tie a sufficient guarantee that they ure all we claim.
Call aud examine the Stock now ou hand, or send li-r s
>V. H. BIRD ? CO.
So. 203 EAST BAY, AgentB for Cliarlestuu.
DRY OOCDg, ETC.
420 DRY GOODS 420
THAN COST OF BANCFACTUR?.
A 11E OFFEBI N G
PRINTS AT Sc., 10c. AND 12<ic
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings
Keiilucky Jeans and Tweeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Cassiineres
Black Silks at $1 and upward
A large and varied assortment of Shawl*, toe.
Blankets, White and Colored ; Swiss Counterpanes, kc
Ladies' B'ack Cloth at $2 and upward.
CLOAKS ! CLOAKS!
OF THF, LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
No. 420 Kiii?r st. (East sid*)),
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
Novembor 4 (i
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
294 KING STREET, 294
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has REMOVED TO THE ABOVE STAND,
and has just received a full and complete stock of
FALL AND WINTER
DR Y GOODS.
DRESS GOODS of all kinds. CALICOES, DELAINES,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FLANNELS. LANKETS, HO
SIERY, GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS. LINENS, LONG
CLOTHS, SHEETINGS. WHITE GOODS, tic, Ac
BROWN SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS. CHECKS,
Stripes, Denims, Tickings, Kerseys, Satinets, Kentucky
Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassiniens, Ac, Ac.
A selocl slock of FANCY AND OTHER GOODS, usu
ally lound in a FIRST CLASS
Dry Goods Store,
AH of which will be sold at the lowest possible figure for
CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. !494 KINO STIIEET,
Corner ot Wentworth, under Masonic Hall.
October 2 wtmlnio
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market-sts,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their custotrers and the public generally, to their
very extensive stock of
Which will st all times be found complete.
Iu this will lie found a well assorted stock of PRINTS*
GINGHAM?, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, aU at the
lowest market rates.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap 10-.
Sheetings, ?-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Longcloths.
We have RED, WHITE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
great variety; Blankets. Shawls, Nubias, Sontags, Hoods
and Scurfs, very cheap.
A splendid quality of BLOADOLOTH, for Ladies'
Cloaks, at $2 per yard.
Fine Cloths, Cas-iineres and Vesting* of all descrip
tions, suitable for Men's snd Bovs' wear.
LINEN ?O0DS DEPARTMENT,
The attention or Housekeepers is invited to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Dish Fronting Lin
en, Linen Sheeting, Pillow Case Linen, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 75 cents to $1.
Shirt Bosouio from 2.i cents up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novelties of the season in tho very bpst fabrics and
POPLINS, Merinos. Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black and Colored Silks, Scotch Plaids
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dress Geoda.
A large lot of Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
CLOAK DEI aRTMENT.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of the best nisterials and
IILLiW AMI NOTION DEPARTMENT.
FULL LINES OF THE BEST MAKES OF KID.
SILK and THREAD GLOVES
Ladies' Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shades; together wilb and extensive assort
mont of cloak Sets, Bugle Gimps and Fringes, Guipure,
Brussels Thread, Cluny ai d Dlond Laces, Black and
Colored Silk velvet Hibbous.
LADIES', GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG
LISH, French, and German HOSE and HALF HOSE, ot
all qualities, in Cotton and Woe I, very cheap.
A coll is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN A CO.,
No. ?48 KING STREET.
October M wturirnos
FALL AND WINTER
rpHE ATTENTION uF THE TRADE ?9 SPECIALLY
i. invited to our Fall aud Winter StOcx ot
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC'
which Is now complete in every department. In
WOOLLENS A.\D BLANKETS,
adapted to Planters' use, wc have a large stock, to w*iich
wc invite special attention.
MARSHALL, B?RGE ? B0WEN
No. 143 MEETING STREET.
F O XJ R
C B LKBR A 'I' K I)
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. o. D. FOR $lu,
Address AI LEN (i. FOWLER.
Nu. It Park Row, New Y'oik.
October 21 lUWKhuu
CLOAK MM EST
Mks. M. j. ZERNOW,
No. 302 King street,
Fourth Door North oi
Wentworth street. Branch
ot Madame DEMOREST'S
and EMBROIDERY, neat
E. M. WHITiITG,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE
HAS REMOVED HI
street to No.
OFFICE r '.:< >l CHALMERS
7 LUUl?i'i? DTREBV, near St
Regular Sale of Assorted Dry Goods.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction Home, No. 55 Haicl street
opposite the PostoAce,
REGULAR SALE DAYS, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAY*
THIS DAY, commencing st 10 o'clsck A. M., will b<
TWEEDS, SATINETS, C OTTONADES, CLOAKING
Blankets, Shawls, Poplinu, Debeges, Delaines
Ginghams, Apron Checks, Dornet and Canton Flannel;
Checked Flannels, Bleached and Brown shirtings
Ticking, Linen Goods, Msdrss, Linen Cambric and
Woolen and Cotton Hose and Halt Hose, Gloves
Neck Ties. Suspenders. Battens, Thread
And a variety of Fancy Goods.
Invoice of Ladies' and Children's Trimmed and Un
trimmed Hats, Ribbons, Ac.
Conditions cash. November 1
Unreserved Sale Dru Goods, Woollen Dry Goods,
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
TO-MORROW (Tnesday), 5th instant, will be sold, at our
Auction Salesroom. No. 133 Meeting street
BLANKETS, KKRSEYS, SATINETS, Bed and White
Bleached and Brown ."shirting. Calicoes, Domestic
Plaids, Woollen Shirts, Drawers
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Madras Handkerchiefs, White
and Colored Corset Jeans
Silk Neck Ties. Rich Dress Goods, Plaids, Reps
Linen Damask Napkins, Silcsias, Penknives. &c.
Conditions cash._November 4
Sale by order of the United States Marshal.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auctioneers, No. 136 Meeting street, opposite
the Pavilion Hotel,
WIR sell at their stores the entire STOCK of 8ILVEY &
SELIOMAN, removed for convenience of ssle, com
mencing on WEDNESDAY, the 6th November, at 10
consisttho in part of:
DRES8 GOODS, MERINOS, Silks, Alpacas, Bareges,
Grenadines, French Calico, Marseilles, Prints. Muslins,
Longclotbs, Corset Jeans, Paper Cambrics, Table Linen,
Bates vi He shirting, 4c; Gingham, licking, White and
Colored Flannel, Mosquito Netting, Brilliants. Nainsook
Muslin, Linen Disper, Towelling, skirt Insertion, sc.
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, Merino Undershirts,
Belknap and Cassimere Shirts, Ladies' L nderclotbing.
Corsets, Lace Trimming, Ladies' and Gents' Linen and
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Madras Bead Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS. Ladies' Silk Basques, Black
and White Plaid Shawls, Black Lace Yells, Ladles' Linen
and Muslin Spencers. Kalmoral Skirts, &c.
MILLINERY GOODS?Ladies' and Misses' Hats, trim
med and untrimmed, Yelvet Ribbon, Trimming Velvet,
Sash Ribbon, Belt Ribbon. Silk Parasols and Umbrellas,
Silk Fans, Ac.
HOSIERY?A complete line of Ladies', Misses' and
Gents' Hose and half-Hose, of superior qusltty.
Ladies' Gents' and Misses' Kid, and Lisle Thread stud
Cotton Gloves, Gents' Felt Hats, Caps, tec
Ready Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ladies' and
Misses' Balmoral Gaiters, Slippers, sc.
too ether with:
A Isrge assortment of NOTION8, JEWELRY, CUT
The above sale will be continued from day to day until
the entire stock is disposed ot
The goods beim first-class, this sale is worthy the at
tention of city and country buyers.
Term cash. J. P. M. EPPLNG,
United States Marshal).
McKAY A CAMPBELL,
November 4 Auctioneers.
CtOTHING A FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West side, one door South of Mar
NOW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOCK OF
CLOTH! JY G,
Made up specially for this Market.
The greatest care and skill has been
bestowed on the Cutting and Work
manship, and every Customer can
rely en purchasing from this House
a perfect Garment.
THE STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES,
PINE, MEDIUM AM) LOW PRICED,
INCLUDING MAN Y NEW STYLES.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
FROM 3 TO 10 YEARS OF AfiE.
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
The STAR BRAND SHIRTS I
have sold in this city for over twenty
vears have always given satisfaction
in FIT and MATERIAL.
IN PI RNISHING GOODS I OF FK It :
MERINO AND LAMBS' WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWi.RS, shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers,
Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers, Travelling
Shirts, Half Hose, Suspenders, Neck 'lies, Scarfs,
Gloves of Beaver. Buckskin, Dogskin, French Kid and
Cassimere, Collars ol linen and Paper In all prevailing
A full supply of CLOTHING tor Freedmen of English
Kersey and Domeatie Goods, ana heavy Grey Blankets?
weighing five pounds each.
The Stock I offer this season is very attractive, consist
ing oi ENGLISH. FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS,
Reavers, Tricots. Coatings, Cassimeres, Velvets. Vel
vsteens and Corduroys. The excellence of the style and
lit of Garments made at this House, by an experienced
Cutter from France, are sure to please those who will
leave their orders.
Prices fixed and marked on each article.
The entire stock is offered at low prices.
Purchasers are invited t? call and look through tLe
October C Imo
Ml SC ELLA N E 0 U S._
TWO LOTS OF LAND SITUATE IN THE TOWN 01
Aiken, S. C, measuring and containing in front tii
feet by 150 feet in depth each. They are disposed it
this manner for the purpose of procuring lunds to epabl
a distressed familv to leave the State in the hope of bet
teriug their condition. Said lota are valued at $5 pe
THE THOROUGH-BRED STALLIO!
"JONCE HOOPER." by imported Albion out ol
daru of the best racing stock iu America, will stand fc
he Fall Season at the SHEDS IN CHURCH STREET
\pv\y t0 ROBT. HAYNE, Groom.
EMfflRS AND FIREMEN
f \ O TO NO 203 EAST BAY AND BUY YOOB
I T CROCUS EMOBY POWDER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EM ETA' CLOTH, Ac . for polishing.
NEATSFOOT OIL, for Leather Hose
LUBRICATING OILS, for Machinery.
At figures within the reach of all.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.
Large assortment of Winter Goods, just received
from New York.
KILROY & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, commencing at 10 o'clock, at their
salearoome, Ko. 138 Meeting street opposite Pavilion
A large and well selected stock of WINTER GOODS.
consisting in part or:
DOMESTICS. DRESS GOODS, CALICOES
Satinets, Fancy Casslmeres. Black Broadcloths, Jean?
Clothing ot every grade and style, Ribbons. Buttons
Tailors' and ?hvss Trimmings, Perfumery
No?onn, White Gcods.
60 lots SHOP GOODS, from a King street store.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed and de
Bvered, will be sold THLS DAY. the 4th day of No
vember next, at Northeast corner of the Court House,
at 12 o'clock M.
ALL THE BIGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE
d?fendais; In all that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story
BRICK BUILDING and other improvements thereon, sit
uate North side Henrietta street, and known aa No. 34.
Levied upon and to be sold as the property of John
Moran, at the suit of Edward Kerrigan, Administrator of
Peter C. Kerrigan.
Terms cash. WM. S. HASTTE, S. C. D.
November 4 m
Schooner Odd Fellow.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 6th instant, at 11 o'clock, at
Union Wharf, Pier No. 2, will be sold.
The SCHOONER ODD FELLOW.
Tho Schooner measures 57 feet long, 18 feet breadth of
beam, and 0 feet deep, in complete order tnd ready for
sea. November 4
Private Sale, to Close Consignments, Bacon
Sides, Shoulders. $c. Now landing and in
store, for sale,
BY McKAY & CAMPBELL,
I No. 136 Meeting street, and No. 971 Est?t
BOOTS, SHOES, ETO.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWABD DALY, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS. SHOES 11 TRUES,
AIP No. 141 UTEETIRG STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 3 Imo
TO SKA ISLAND
rEl-EOPRIETOFS OF "BOLTON PLANTATION"
late "BARKER'S," in St Andrew's Parish, having
put in successful operation MCCARTHY'S GINS, pro
pelled by steam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
PREPARING FOR MARKET SEA ISLAND COTTON, at
customary rates of tole.
The ginning and preparation of the Cotton will be
under the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. S. LE
GARE, to whom all applications may be addressed.
H, DeF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOR THE PROPRIETORS.
Octob9r 31 12
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
MADE only bt
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
NEW YORK?187 Water street
BOSTON?5 Phoenix Building.
NEW ORLEANS?01 St Charles street
August 6 3mo
TO T3E PLANTERS AND FARM
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
mHE UNDERSIGNED WELL BE PREPARED BY THE
X 1st of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer is made In this city under the personal
supervision of Dr. St Julien Ravenel, Chemist; and we
offer it to the Planters and Farmers ae one of the beat
they can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
TY. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
October 16 wfmlg
II11 POWER COtTON PRESS
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
pnt on a Plantation.
OPINIONS OF THE PEOPLE s
allzndalk, Babnwkll District, S. c, i
March 1, 1887. J
Messrs. Little d> Marshall :
Gentlemen : I nsed, during Urn past season, one of
IngersoH's Portable Cotton Presses," purchased of you
last September. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the "Screw Press," and notbing but dire necessity in
duced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, m
adding iay testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
the wants oi a cotton plautation. '.it has 8urpaas*d my
most sanguine expectations. I have packed with but
two hands, yet I prefer four?two at each lever. My
bales all weighed over 600 lbs. Ihe first lot I sent to
market nveraged 662 1L.9. My impression is that 800 lbs.
is about the capacity of the Press, and a greater number
oi pounds subject the foilow-block to too much risk, un
less the ?des or the cotton box was increased. It would
add greatly to the value of the Press it the cotton box
was ten inches longer. In haste, I ain, very respectfcjiy.
Your obedient servant, Ac, B. W. IAWTON.
P. S. ? took my Press down and earned it some four
miles to pack the crop of a neighbor, who tailed to have
a "Screw" built; he was so much pleased that he has
detwmined to abandon the "Screw ' and purchase "In.
gersoll's Press." B. W. L.
Office of Kino's Mountain Kai.-road Compant, j
YOBtnUl, S. C, April 16, 1867. i
Gentlemen : I have just received your letter of Feb
ruary 14th?upon my return to this place, alter an as
sen?e of two months?and this reply may be too late tor
our "Descriptive Circular or IngersoH's Cotton Press."
The Press I nsed in packing my cotton last year
worked admirablv, packing, with jase frcm 600 to 62^
lbs. With good active hands to work It, I am sansflsd
that frcm eighteen to twenty balas might readily be
packed :.n a day. , .
This Press combines the advantages ot lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man
aged b, any one of ordinary intelligence). Great com
pressing force, with little motive, power, and 'Oast, but
not leapt," it is worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
the farta horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
the use of tho ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully, ftc yours, L. M. law.
Tn t iT-i-T c a Marshall. Charleston, s. L.
For^?sCTrPTr^^CULAB and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No! 140 MEETING STREET,
Oppssite Pavilion Hotel,
,j11I1L. ?; mwf Charleston, 8. C.
No*. 96 and 98 East Houston street,
New York City.
ALL THIS FURNITUBE, CONSISTING OF PARLOR
CHAMBER. DINING BOOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, is of the latest styles, and manufacture J of tbe
very best material, under the personal snpervisioB ortne
Proprietor, and guaranteed. t1Jt??ih,?
Parties in the South desiring fine Household Furnirare
can bs supplied direct from the manufactor^ormoae
about visitmg New York will find-it to their^vantage to
examine th5 Stock before purchasing elsewhere AU
FRO&T, ULM & CO.,
?arum w k AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE A^ACTlKERS w
of every variety.
\o 78 Bowery, near Canal Street,
A ' NEW YORK.
?TViMBOATS. HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINOa
81 FUBNI3HED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
AU Gcods purchased of our House guaranteed as re
E~S?a, ,amxs BLAoa. ?c, awrnr.,
October 24 to<?