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TA- LABOES! CIRCULATION -THE DALLI NEWS
BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RECOG?
NISED AS HAVING :HE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE C IT OF CHARL) STON, PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LITTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF
FICE AT TBE END OX' EACH WEEK. ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICI
TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER :., 1867.
.1UCTION SALSS THIS DA Y.
Jons G. MTLNOR will sell this day, at - o'clock
dry Rjods, &c.
MCKAY 4-CAMPBELL wili soil at 10 o'clock, dr
J..W. GRAY, Master '.n Equity, will sell at
o'clock, two Jots of laud, with buildings thereon
JEFFORDS A Co. will sell at 9? o'clock, sides
shoulders, barns 4c.
MIL s DRAKE will soil at 10 o'clock, dry goods
T. If. CATRR will sell at 9j o'clock, mess pork
sides, butter, ?c.
R. & A. tr. CALDVEXL will sell, at 9$ o Jock
.viLuoAw & SON will sell at 10 o'oloc1', mat
trasses, bedsteads. Jcc.
J. A. ENSLOW c. Co. will sell, at 10 o clock
Bharry wine, Muscovado molasses and corn.
LAUREY & ALEXANDER will sell ?t I"* -?'clock
strips, hams, butter, Av.
THE SCHOONER LILLY, from New York for this
pott, and met with an accident, and put back for
repairs. Seo 6hip nows.
THE COURT OF EQUITY-CHANCELLOR W. D
JOHNSON PRESIDING.-Boyoud a few motions and
the sounding of the Docket, no bu'inoss was
LOOK OUT, OR YOU WILL LOO?S A FORTUNE!-Tho
Georgia State Lottery, for the benefit of the Ma
sonic Orphans' Homo, closes its sale of tickets
. this day, at 6 P. M., for the drawing of November
6th. Capital Prize $20,000. Tickets only one
collar. Office No. 20 Broad streo?. 1
BERKKXE? DISTRICT COURT,-To-morrow has
been appointed as sentence day and for calling the
contingent dooket in this Court, and all persons
convicted at this term, del au! ti np jurors, and
others'are notified to appear at the Court House
in Mount Pleasant on this day.
ACCIDENT ON THE WELMLNQTON AND MANCHESTER
RAILROAD.-The evening accommodation train,
which loti Wilmington. on Thursday, ran over a
cownear Sumter, abd was thrown from the traok.
Several cars we e overturned, and the engine and
tender badly broken up, but no ono was injured,
and by Sunday the track was again clear.
TURNVEREIN.-The worshipful society of Tur?
ners, together with their friends, acquaintance
and kinsfolk, ail united last night in celebrating
the opening of the season iu a muaico-dramatical
entertainment, which afforded infinite amusement
to tba assembled ali, both great and small After
theso preli-iunaxy ezeroises had been concluded,
tho benches wore removed, and the merry com?
pany enjoyed themselves to a late, or mors cor
reotly speaking, to an early hour, in tripping the
"light fantastic." Verily, our German friends un?
derstand the art of enjoying themselves.
FINANCIAL. -Tho moneyed obligations of our
merchants which have been pressing heavily for
some time, are being mot, we learn, with that
promptitude and good faith which bas always
characterized our business men. The payments
for faotors acceptances have lately been particu?
larly la-ge, and it was mentioned yesterday that
the amount of paper payable on that day would
sum np about $500,000. Our planters would do
well to forward their crops and sustain their
credit, as they may find that the prompt meeting
of their liabil.ties, even at some sacrifice, will in
the future be of important service to themselves.
MEE UNO or Crrr COUNCIL.- The la-it regular
meeting of tho City Council takes place to-day,
and the report of the Retrenchment Committee
comes up for final consideration. The meeting
will be one of great interest to the public, as the
report of tho Committee has beon generally read
and commented upon. The proposed reforms are
evidently needed,is a reduction of the expenses
of the city to a proper limit, is considered the
only m?thod of retrenchment that can bo effected.
The election for City Assessor will also take place
to-day, and as there are sever tl candidates for
the position, the voting will probably be repeated
before a sekotioo is made.
QESBRAT. LEE AT *J*? GRAVE OF STONEWALL
JACKSON_Mr. J. H. THCIIAB, cf South Carolina, a
one-armed Confederar soldier, is canvasing tho
city for tho sa'e of a beautiful print of "General
LEE at the grav yt Stonewall JAOXSON.-' Tho pic?
ture is worthy of attention, as it is well executed,
and the scene i3 one that fal dear to every soldier's
hear:. lhere can bc nothing more affecting than
the sight of ono gallant soldier at tho grave of a
comrade, but when this grief is exhibited by such
a distinguished warrior as General LEE, any re?
presentation of the scene becomes a cherished
memoir of tb? past Mr. THOMAS will visit every
portion of tho city during- his stay, and we feel
convinced that he will effect a ready sale of bis
pristo. ? _
DISTRICT COUBT-HON. GE OBOE W. LOGAN, PRE
amiste.--The State va. Dorcas Edwards-Larceny.
HM Stat? vs, William Conway-Larceny. Guilty
ol Petit Larceny.
Tba State rs. WILLIAM BECKMAN, (white)-AS
aatktt and Battery. Guilty.
Tba Slate vs. Robert Washington-Larceny and
Rec iving Stolen Goods-A. P. LINING, Esq., for
tlxa defence. Guilty.
Tue State vs. MARY KRUSE, (white)-Larceny
and Receiving Stolen Goods-T. Y. SIMONS, Esq.,
for tb* defence. Not Guilty.
Tho State cs. Sarah Ann Prong, Peter Price and
Jane Price-LATOOTV-R. W. SKYMOUR, Esq., for
the prisoners. Guilty as to tba first, and not
guilty for Peter and Jano Price.
Thursday has been appointe! for tba calling ol
th? Process Docket, and Friday as Sentence Day.
UNITED STATIS COURT-HON. GSOBQE S. BRYAN,
FREUD LNG.-The Petit and Pleas Jurors answered
to their names and were discharged to the 18th <A
Tho petitions of GUSTAVE SWASE and ANION
LAHORE, to be admitted to the rights of citizen?
ship, were presented, and, on subscribing to the
required oath, the prayer of the petitioners we ?
WILLIS & CHISOLM KS. W. A. KLNCALED and J. P.
M. EFFD'O. Measrs. POBTER & CONNOR for peti?
tioners. On herring the Bill and affidavits, it was
ordered that a writ of injunction do issuo, au pray?
ed for in said Bill, enjoining the defendants against
the crop and personal property of General A C.
CARLINGTON, owed for agricultural purposes on
plantation of said A. C. GART.INOTON. in Newberry
It ie further ordered that thc said injunction
stand of force until the farther order of Court.
THE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
The ?Tinn*' meetinp ot this Company was held
yesterday, and tho Board of Direotors unanimous?
ly re-elected, as follows:
J*o. S. Ri os, I H. BUIST,
E. H. JACK ON, 1 H. T. Pi ARE,
W. L. TRIHOLM, I A. SlMOND.-',
H. H. DELEON, | E. W. MARSHALL.
At a meeting of tho Directors, afterwards held,
JOHN S. Riooe Wia unanimously re-elected Presi?
After tUo election, a number of the frietids of
the Company gathered together in the convenient
offices ft the corner of Broad street snd East Bay,
and drank a hearty toast to the prosperity and
sncoess of the "Sireet Railroad." A plentiful
luncheon was provided, and thc- "big bowl" seemed
The Company is in a sound uud flourishing con?
dition, and its management meets with the cordial
support and best wishes of carriage-less Charles?
OUB INLAND TBADE.-The links that counected
Charleston with the interior have iu nearly every
Instance been reunited, and the trade between thc
different sections resumed. This H particularly
noticeable in those Districts intersected by the
large water coulees. The planters along these
rivers have, for a number of years, been accus?
tomed to send their produce to the Charleston
market, and when the different linJ3 r f steamers
ware re-established, they w?e hailed as old friends,
and no d?fionlty was experienced in renewing their
b uj Lu os? relations. Among tho many steamers j
which ply between thia port and the inland towns
the Planter is perhaps the most noteworthy. The
vieissitndes of the war occasioned a sudden change
ol' ber owners, and she was engaged for some time
in blockading her old home. At the close of the
contest wv was cold, repurchased and refitted by
Captain JOHN FSBOGRSON, her old owner. Since
ber restoration to her old une, ehe has regained all
of ber mimer popularity. On her last trip to this
city ?he brougnt a cargo, of 600 bales ot upland
cotton from the Pee Dee countrv, arriving in
Charleston on Saturday night, and leaving with
dispatch on the Monda; following.
BRO*? STREET. REOPENED.-Tlu: public will bo
pleased to karu that tho street care will to-day re?
commence their trips through Broad street. The
paving has been snfflciently completed fer this
purpose, and the money changers of Broad strer*
will : . fotur bc able to etti) at their ofiico doors.
tin POlxowiKO Office? und Counuittod? wore
. cl vted for the onsuing yeal by tho Charleston
Board of Fire Underwrite!.*, at their annual meet?
ing yustoiday, 4th November. 1667:
WM. B. HERIOT, President.
S. Y. TUPPER, Vice-President.
A. L. TOBIAS, Secretary.
VommiUee on Cvns'ruciioa of Buddings, Ad?
vice as to Renucals of Stocky and Inquiry as !<
Causes (>/ Fires-J. II. Colbuni, D. Knvonel, Jr.
Chas. T. Lowndes, Z. B. Cakes, A. H. Haydon.
Committee of Arbitration-*. Y. Tupper, Z.B.
Oakes, A. H. Hayden.
PEBSOXAUB.-Professor J. W. MILES, of thc Col
lese of Charleston, arrived iu this city ou Sunday
by the Emily B. Bouder, after an aosenco iu Eu?
rope during tho past six mouths. We arc pleased
to learn that he roturas with his health much
"Carl Benson" (CHARLES ASTOR BRISTED) and
wife arrived in this city a few days ago, and is at
present staying at tho Mills House. Mr. B. spout
last winter in Charleston, and became so enamor?
ed of its climate, which he says is moro delicious
even than that of Naplos. that ho has returned,
and, we understand, has taken a h: usa on South
THE INDIGNANT CONSTTU'ENT ANSWERED.-Thc
letter from "A New Toter," published in yester?
day's NEWS, has elicited tho fo lowiug reply:
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 4.18C7.
7o the Editors cf the Charleston Batty Nwi:
SIRS: In yourissuo of this morninc you aro asked
by one styling himself "A New Voter," why do wo
keep tho proceedings piivato as to how wo secured
the election of that "ninth man?" That "ninth
man" was not tho choice of the respectable por?
tion of the Convention, neither do we think ho is
of tho votera of this city. Ont of a vote of ninety
six delegates, twenty-five of whom were inter bted
in what we consider their bread and bulkr, and
in such interest voted to retain that blessing; and
if five open bar rooms and three suppers could not
secure tho rest, then t e frier??s'of the "ninth
man" were fools to try it JD; but I can assure "A
New Voter" that no bona fide freedman partook ol
that feast or voted for one "suffering martyr."
ONE OF THE OLD 1822.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Pavuion Hotel.-ino. Gravis
Orangeburg, S. C.; A. C. Shaffer, City; Jno, Clarke
Fla.; G. L. Shearer, Richmond.
Charleston Hotel.-Vf. B. Beck, U. S. A.; E. B.
Hills, ?. S. A.; Thos. M. Paloock, Columbia; W. A.
Fuller, Hogan Matea, J. B. J. Hodge and B. P,
Baum, New York; Geo. Hattingtcn, Philadelphia
H. Sampert and wife, Rochester, N. Y.; S. B. Now
nave, South Carolina; Jno. S. Richardson, Mrs. H
C. Parson, 2 children and servant, Wadssboro'
MUls House.-M. R. Fory, Chicago; F. M. Pier
30n, New York; Rev. P. K. Cady and family, Pough
keepsie, Mrs. D. H. Hamilton and servant. Albany
N". Y.; Chas. Baker, Augusta; John Ncwnan, Ma
:on; R. L. Gentry, Augusta; G. H. Dunsinont, Ca?
nada; J. Stoddard, Savannah; Mrs. Ben. Green,
two children and two servants, Savannah; Jno. W.
bordon, Savannah; Wm. Patten, Christ Churob
THE COLD SEASON seems to be upon us-sick
aess of all kinds is disappearing, evou malarious
listricts tecoming once more habitable. The birds
)f passage are flocking homeward-every steamer
rom the North bringing large numbers of pas
tangers. Now is the time for our country friends
;o come down and renew their acquaintance with
itv life. Wo are ready for them. Our hotels
?ve all undergone repairs, and are thoroughly
urnished, offering to the weary traveller every
lomiort and luxury of a first-class modern hostel
?y. Our merchants have large and well-assorted
.tocks, which are temptingly displayed, and as far
is we are ablo to judgo, at very low rates. To
hose who are fond of mimetics, and are cbarmec 1
>y beauty, as reflected by the footlights, we sba!
icon bo aole to offer inducements to come to our
:ity, such as we have not bad here in a long time.
.The work is rapidly progressing at the new
?heatre (Hibernian Hall), and, if we atc not mis
nformed, in another week or two the boards will
?e ready for the buskin's tread.
Those of our rural friends who are not to:
rth-tfeal to confess to a fondness for shell-flsh,
ihould lose no time in coming lo town, for only
'or a few weeks lon&or can thoy have their choice
?tween delirious shrimps; plump oysters, turtle
jreen and "cooter." Now is the time. Apples
rom the North and oranges from thc South, hats
tom Paris, and muffs from Alaska, all entico the
(wellers in the "desert places" to the bazaars oj'
he gay city.
MAYOR'S COURT.-An unsophisticated individual
Tho was not posted on the morals of Charleston
vas tempted to commit the crime of selling liquor
vithout a license. He represented that it v.-ns
lone in charity, as the purchaser was Buffering for
i few drops; but a deaf car was turned to his ex?
cuses and a flue of $50 in greenbacks recorded
A man who pnt the enomy in his mouth and al
owed it to steal away his brains was found on the
lidewolk in a fuddled condition. A jury was sum
noned who found him guilty of shooting himself
n the neck with a bottle, and bis case being tried
ie was convicted out of his own mouth and $5 ex
rooted from his pocket.
Three goats and two cows, actuated by grami
livorous principles, made a raid on the City Park,
md commenced to devour the herbage. Thoy
vero soon by a lynxed-eyod ofBoial who drove the
lorued cattle to the Guard House, whare they re
:eivod every attention the stable could afford, and
he owners were charged ll for their board.
Three small darkies, who were on hostile
thoughts intent met at a corner and immediately
mgaged in a- triangular duel. Their battle-cries
ivere borne to heavon. and the combat grew fierce
ind furious, each disdaining to fly, until charged
by a superior foroe, when they retreated precipi
:ately. They were solemnly conducted to the cell,
.bo guard singing mournlully, "Tramp 1 Tramp 1
:be boys are marching." They were then informed
:hat "their little hands were never made to scratch
ia<*h others' eyes," and $2 each taken from them
is pay for the lesson.
CHRISTMAS IS COMBO.-Although Santa Claus'
Foarly visit is some weeks distant, preparations
aave bean made for that event, and King street
aaa already assumed a holiday appearance. Toe
windows of the confectionery and toy stores are
Hied with every toy that can please or instruct the
rising generation, while the millinary and dry
?oods establishments offer tempting inducement J
to the children of a larger growth to invest their
surplus funds. King street to be seen at advan?
tage, must bo viewed by gas light, as its toil glo?
ries are then visible. The glare of tho lights lend
a charm to the different wares, and the eye at once
catches what might be unobserved in the day
time. This is particularly applicable to the va?
riety stores, as many of the scientific toys appear
to more advantage at that time.
lu tho past few years the style and character of
toys have completely changed, aud in the place ol
dull, unmeaning blocks of wood, tho Young Ame?
rica of the present day is furnished with 3cienti?c
playthings that instruct while they amuse. Mr.
VON SANTBN bas, in his large establishment on
King street; a number of toys that are curiously
ronstructed, and whose object is to deceive the
eye. Among these the Zootrope is, perhaps, the
most remarkable. This is of a cylindrical shape,
enclosing various pictures and with slits or open?
ings at regular distances. By takitig it under a
light and turni.ig it rapidly, tho figures repre?
sented assume the positions of circus aotors,
ind go through a variety of performances that
ivould excite tho envy of an acrobat. The Zoo
trope ia not the only curious toy in Mr. TON SAN
IXN'S store, and a visit to his Cabinet of Curiosi?
ties will not prove time wasted.
LIFE I.MfcL\TE ll,
OFFICE IN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BRO AP STREET.
"WORLD aUTUAl LIFE INSURANCE CO.,"
OP NEW YORK,
Piedmont Real Estalelnsnrauce Comuauy.
FOP. LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
Suicmber* Imo Charleston, S, C.
PEI MUM mm
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL. 8lOkOOO,000 IN GOLD.
THIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY ENSURES
against loss or damage by Ore on BU LL DIN Os,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, lt EN TS,
sc, at established zates.
L'^ssen promptly paid, with wt rcicrcn e f-iigUnd.
'UBBES A CO., Agents,
October 28 mtuGmo NO. IO Adder's bouta Wharf.
if you inuit chcuj AUiik Bjuks;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, S
per tte.; cr, Ifaucss' Almanac,
(i vi '; want Print 8 exeoutod neatly;
Li you waaf Bocka Leuna tn enyetylc, or Account
licc-ke wai: to ord-ir. with any desired pattern ol
ruling, Roto anua IIAMUSI. No. 3D Proud street.
B VSLNESS NO TICKS.
LOOK OCT, on Yoe WILL LOSE A FORTUITE!- The
Georgia Stalo Lottery, for the benefit of tho Ma?
sonic Orphans' Homo, clones its salo of tickets
tin.- day ai tl P. M., 1er tho Drawing of November
Gth. Capital Prize $20,000. Tickets only ono
dollar. O?icc No. 20 Broad sticet. 1
ACKNOWLEDCIEMENT_Our thanks are'duo Mr.
DBLACT, of the Mills House Book and Literary
Stand, tor lato oopios ol the Public Opinion, Har?
per's Weekly, and the Loudon Timos. Mr. Dz
LACT ha? always a well-selected stock of modern
literature, and ids Bland is largely patronized both
bv Ibo guetta cf tho Mills Houso and tho public at
SALE OF a SLOOP.-Mes rs. J. & F. DAWSON will
sell to-morrow, the new sloop "'Joseph & John."
Ibis vessel has been rocen:ly built and is in com?
pleto order. This is tho first auction salo of
Messrs. J. & F. DAWSON, and is but a sample ot
their future business, as both gentlomen are so
popular that any goods entrusted to thom will
bo bought up at tho high st rates.
CHANOS OF SCHEDULE FOB THE GEOBOETOWN
STEAMER.-The steamer Emilie, Captain ISAAC
DAVIS, has changed her schedule for this trip, and
?rid leavu North Commercial Wharf to-night, at
?ight o'clock. Returning, she will leavo Georpe
:own on Friday morning, November 8th, at six
j'clock. T.ie attention of shippers and others is
lirected to ibo advertisement of the agents,
yiessrs. SHACEELFOED & KELLT, which appears in
TEOUSUTDS or WORTHY PKiiscss require medical aid
vho find it burdensome to always pay tho physician's
ee. Such may select ore of HVXPHBZTS'HOMOOPATHIC
?PEcrnce, and, for a comparative trifle, thus obtain tho
irescrtpUon of one of the beet practitioners In tho ooun
ry. 1 November 5
For restoring strength and appetite, uso tho great
(outhern Tonic, PAIIKSIK'S HEPATIC BITTE RS and you
rill not be disappointed. For sale by ail druggists. ta
what is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT ?ELTZEB
LPERIE .1, and what are it3 effects) These are quos
ions which tho groat American public hes a right to
alt, ant il also bas a right to expect a candid and satis
actory reply. Tho preparation is a mild and gent?o
ahno cathartic, alterativo and tonic, and ls most caro
ully prepcre-j in the form of a snow white powder, con
aining all tho wondorfu! medical properties of the far
imed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects wo would say that those who have tested
he preparati-n aro tho best Judges, and they declare
iver their own signatures that tho preparation will
iromptly relieve Indigestion. Regulato the flow of the
?Bo. Cure overy species of headache. TranquiUze t :e
lorvous system. Befrosh acid invigorate the weak. Mid?
sts tho pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
itomsch. Cleanse and tone thc bowols. Assist thc
Illing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
It you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and lt
fill convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT & CO., bole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September lit
Thc- Time to Advertise in the Country.
THE PHOENIX bas a lar^e circula?ou throughout th?
aiddlo and uppor Districts of thc Stat*. Advertising
atos as reasonable as the stringency or a monoy mar.
ct wiU warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
he columns cf thc paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 23 Columbia. S. C.
S?mil Nature be Sustained?
To give deUli'aUng medicines to the weak is about as
snalble as it would be to try to bel.? a man to his foot
y kicking him wheu he was down.
That sort of practice ls going out of fsahlcn. It bas
lied so many graveyards that people no longer behove
If those who are not strong by natur? expect to avoid
he attachs cf diaeasa, they must endeavor to acquire the
ig r necessary to real t it
How L this to be dono? Common sense suggests by
he usa of invigorating medicino.
The great bject s to STRENOTHKN THE SYSTEM WITH
CT Excrroo IT.
This object ls accomp.ished by the judicious use of
BO most potent and genial of all vegetable tonlos and
Iteratives, HOSTE1 TLB'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Many valuable proporuoa aro combined In this prepara
Ion. It improves ti: appetite and ren lers digesUou
say and period. It gi vos steadiness to tho nerves, in?
n?es a healthy, natural flow of bile ; prevente constipa
Ion without unduly purging the bo v. ela ; gently stim-i
des thc circulation, and by '-roniotlng a vigorous
ondltion of the physical sy-.tem, promotes, also, that
heeriulnesc which is (he truer: i indication of a well
Jane- d condition of a.l thc animal powers.
bummer le? ves both tho body and the mind more or
as exhausted. Now is thc time to recro?t them, and
hus forestall tho mulari JUS fove. s and other complaints
ihich prostrate so many thousands every Fall.
November 4 6
Know thy Destiny.
atAUAlU E. F. THOIOTOS, the gTeat English Astrclo
ist, Clairvoyant and Peychometr-eian, who bas aston
ihed tho scientific classes ol (be Old World, has now lo
ated herself ot Hudson, N. Y. Madama TaoB.sraK pos?
asses such wonderful powers ci second sight na to ana?
le her to imper: knowledge of the greatest importance
) the Bingle or married of olthsr sex. While in a stain
f trance, ehe delinea tea the very features of the person
ou am to marry, and by the aid ol an instrument of In
sase power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
reduce a lifelike picture of tb6 future husband or wife
i the applicant, together with date ol marriage, position
i Ute, leading traits ol character, ic. This is no hum
UK, ca thousand ot testimonials can assert ?be wUl
cud, >vhon desired, a certahod certificate, or written
uaiantoe, that the picture is what lt purports to be. Py
nclOBing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birtb,
go, disposition and complexion, and unclosing fifty centi
nd stamped envelope aairetsed to yourself, you wlU re?
erra the picture iud desired information ty return mail,
di coznmmMcatlqas sacredly couiidontiaL Adoree*. In
onfldeuce. Madame il. F. THORNTON. P. O. Box 223,
Judeen. N. ? ly March 3U
nee to Everybody.
A Large 0 pp. Circular, giving inioxmatlon of the
greatest importance to th? young of both nexus.
lt icaehoa ho-v tho homely may become beaut'lul, th'
lesp'scd respected, an.l tho forsaken io. ed.
No young lady or tjcnllemaa should fall to :cad toe>r
iddrcsi, and receive a copy post-paid, by retui u mail.
Address T. C. Drawtr. SI,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. V.
OR YOU WILL LOSE A FORTUNE 1
The Georgia State Lottery, 1. r the benefit o, tho .Ma
ionic Orphans' Home, cloecs ita sale of tickets This
Djy, at 6 P. M., lox the drawin.? of November 6th. Capi
al Prize ?30.000. Tickets only Ono Dollar. Oflico No.
?0 inroad street,
November ? I
TWO LOT* OF LAND SITUATE IN THE TOWN" OF
Aiken, S. C., meowing and containing In iront M
Feet by 150 lest tu depth each. Ihey arc disposrd in
;hi3 manner for the purpo e of procuring tunda to enable
i distressed lumUv to leave the State in the hope of bet
:er.ug their condition. Said lots aro vUued at So per
Chance. October IS
HIMS m HI
i \ O TO NO 303 EAST BAY AND BU? VOLT'.
IJT CROwU.S EMOHYPOWOER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOIK, 4c. mr \ dishing.
IAN VERS' OIL
NLAISFO TOIL, tor Leather Hose
LUBR'CAIINU OILS, for Machinery,
M tigures within tho reac^ pf au.
?V". Si. ???I7D & CO.
ITU'LL INSTRUCnO .. BX WHICH ANY PERSON
male or female, caa :n?.iUr tho croat art of Ven?
triloquism by a levi boera' prac.:!.-, mah.:.3 a wcild oi
nm, and tilter becoming experta themselves, can tench
others, thereby making lt a source ot acomt. Full tn
ft; actions sent by i--.il for SO conta. Sau ;nuJc?i guar
Addrei I. O. Drawer 21, Tro.-", T<". V.
Vav 111 lvr
FR0?T, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS Of
FTJR ISJ ITTJRB
OF EY EB Y VAPJET?.
>"o. 73 Bovvci-y? nen- Canal street,
STEAMBOATS. HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDJNGI
FURNISHED AT TBE BHOBTESI NOTICE.
All (ioods purchased of our House guaranteed ss rc
B W. FROST. JAMES BLACK. OZO. I SIDER
October 24 ?'mos
CLOTHING & FURNISHING COOPS.
FALL AND WINTEI:
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
Three doors above Wentworth.
IN 1848 !
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK Ol
which is complete, and everything manufactured
by us, at PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH
Twenty years' oxporience in tho manufacture of
Clothing for this market exclusively, gives us tho
advantage over many Establishments who have
to truBt entirely to others with getting up their
Au examination of our Goods ii most respect?
I. L. FALK & OG.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST..
Westside, 3doors above Wentworth.
October 34 thstu2moE
t?o. 219 KING STREET,
?Vest side, one door South of 31ar
?OW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOOK OF
Made up specially for this Market,
rhe greatest c ire and skill ha? been
bestowed on the Cutting and Work?
manship, and every Customer can
rely on purchasing from this House
i perfect Garment.
IHK STUCK COMPRISES ALL GRAUES,
KIM:, .-?Iisun M ANO LOW PRICKD,
IM:Ll'DIM* MAM V ??W STYLES.
FRO1! 3 IO 16 YEARS OF AGE.
To supply the increasing demand
in this brunch of my business, I
aave greatly enlarged my Stock.
Parents will find here all they need
for their Sons.
THE STAR BRAND UNEN BOSOM
Tho STAR BRAND SHIRTS I
nave sold in this city for over twenty
years have always given satisiaction
In FIT and MATERIAL
XX FURNISHING GOODS I OFFER.
MERINO AND LAMBS' WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWaRS, . h ak er Flannel Undershirts andDnwors,
Danton Flannel Undershirt a and Dnwus, Travelling
shirts, Han* ll ose, Suspender?, Nook lien, -caria,
aloves of Beaver. Buckskin, Dogskin, Frcncli Kid a u
Ca a? I m ere, Collars ol Linen and Paper In all prwr-iiling
A tull supply o? '.'LOTHING for Freedmen of Tu-.h?h
Kerscv and Lomeauc Goals, and hoary Gray blankets
weighing five pounds each.
The Stock I offor thia senon ls very attractive, consist?
ing of ENGLISH. FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTH;',
Beavers, Irlcots, Coatbws, Caus?mete?, VeiveU. Vel?
veteens nut Cordu ova. The excellence ot the atye and
fit nf uar., enta made at tula Hou o, by an esiicr once!
Cutter from France, aro mrc to pleaso taoso who wlU
lcavo tbair ord rs.
Prices fixed ?nd marked on caoli article.
The tnttre ?tock is offered ai low oriccs.
Purchasers arj iavltsd t* call a^d lt )'& throJs'h tLe
October G imo
aMMMMeaggiBMWisy.^=qtss?t? a ^SSSSSBSSSSSSSSi*
HARN & SIL,
Corner of Broad and Church streets,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
"TTfE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUP
VV nrit-uda aud the pubh . thit wc have rcoeudy titted
U;J our cstabllsliniODt, anti hare now connected with thu
?3 -A. IR/,
WHERE THE BEST LUtUOIiS MAY
A MM OM RESTAURANT,
ON THE OLD FRENCH COFFEE HO??iE L:Ti'LE,
Where everything ha SetBon lsfurnlshcl aa ro^rcsble
O'.d?Ts for MEAL** wfj be promptly :ttesdcd to.
MILL POND AND PLANTED OT- : UlS tlwaye on
hand, and will bo shipped to any pitt i : :e 2;: vi, JJ cana
or in barrels, at lort prices.
HARN & SHERHAiniEfl.
September 17 tuth52iaoa
AUCTION JA LES.
UNDER DECRl?E IN I^QUITl .
Barkley, Adm'r vs. Barkley, st <
THIS DAY. tho 6.h November, inst, st ll o'eh :
v. iii he 3 lo,-.jade, rho direction of theun>. 'iign !,
'. '.m : 01 tho old C asioua ii' uso,
feet VJ C-F LAN", withUm ?uildlir .ens .
G uti? ra ito South rldc of i iberty stree', i-iirj
on the fr mt ar.d back linos, each, 33 feet, a i . p i
147 feet, more or ?ess; hennaing East on land o;
eil Coben, South on lied formerly of w. Qrab uu, ? d
Wost on lard now or late of Mordecai Cohen.
All that LOT, with tba buildings thereon, on the East
nie of litt e rect, adjou.ing In? i remises of Jos. A.
Sanders, knewu os No. 6 i measuring in front on Pitt
?treot 35 feet, same on tho bick line, South on land LOW
nr Into of Darnel Johnson VJ : cot, and North on land of
Wielding, OD fcot, bc tho said dimensions more or less.
Term).- One-sis li cash; balance in one. two, three
sod four ycorp, secured by bond ot thc purchsser with
ict?re t psyabjo annually, andmortr.-s;;? of thc promises.
Buildings to bo insured and policy assigned. Pur
charurii to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. OltAY,
Novembers tu3tul Maxtor in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Provident Institution for Savings vs. Robson et
ul., Beaeh'vs. Robson et aL
Will bo so'd, under tho direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custo n Honro, on TUESDAY, the 25th day of
November, 1867, at ll A. M.,
L AU t mt LOT OFXA D, with tho three sto y Brick
?nd 'I lied S tora thereon, eltuito on Matrwood's south
Wharf, measurim: on the south on siid Wharf 93 feet,
an i In depth CI feet G inches, more or less, hounding
sou'h on Hagwo d's South Whart. North and East by
ftorehou^o and Lot formerly of Charles A. Magwood,
and Weet on lan js ot Charles A Magwooi and Thomas D.
2. All that LOT OF i AND, with tho three story Brick
Buildlni7 thereon, situate o the North side of the street
loading to N^rtb Atlantic Wharf, rmafiurmgon the North
and >outU ?ines 34 fcot 7 inches, and on the East and
West lines 22 f-et 7 inches, more or less, Bounding
North on lands of Ocorge A. Locke, East on land of
Rhott & Hobson, West on land of - Mathewes, and
South on street le:idiuu io North Mlantic Wharf.
Tho above two Lots, bein? covered by ono and the
same bnildu g, will beso d together.
Terms-One-third cash; bal-mce in ene and two years,
with inte est annudlv from day of sale, secured by bond
of pnrcbaser and moi-tgaste of the premises. Buildings
to be insured and poUcy assigned. Puroha-er to pay fer
papers and Rtamps, JAME8 TUPPER,
November 5 tu4 Master in Equity.
UN DER DEC REE IN EQUITY.
Lynes vs. Lynes.
W1U be sold under the direction ot the Undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, In this city, on TUESDAY, th?
?6th d<7 oi November, 1867, at ll, A. M.,
ALL THAI PLANTA1I0N, known as "Kibbleaworta,"
with the buildings thereon, in t?o Pariah of SU John's
Berkeley, e.ntaintn?j a out 1107 acres, more or less,
bounded East on Monk's Corner Road, North on land of
Dawson, lormorly of Dr. H. M Haig, Wost on the Forest
track adjoining, and ; oath on -.
THE FOREST 7 RA CT, adjoining the above on tho
East having a triangular form, and containing 200 acres,
A TRACT OF LAND, in tho Parish afortsaid, contain?
ing about 375 acras, bounded North by lands of Mrs. M.
Motte, East by lands of E. Sylvester, south by lands of
[sate Lo is, and West by lands of Hugh Butler.
Terms-Cne-.hird cash; balance In two equal annual
nstalmcnti, recured by oonds and mortgage, with in.
texest lrom day of salo. Buildings to, be insured and
?oUey assijnod. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
November 0 tul Master in i qultv.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
IVhalcy vs. Cuthbert.
iVUl bc sold, under the direction of thu undersigned,'st
the Old Custom House, on TU .SDAY, thc 12th day
of November, 'r\', at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All that PLANTATION, situate near Gardner's Corner,
n the P.irish of P. luce Williams, known as Cotton Grove,
ratnuiug (800) cifcht hundred a res, moro or less;
>o:indod to tho Nort. and Eut on lauds of the estate of
Vdllam Bo'd and af Thomas Rhodes; to tho South on
anxs of Thomas Rhodes, an I to thj West on Hosper
Torms- Onc-lhird ca=n; thc ba'anco tn ono and two
.ears, secured by bond oi tho purchaser and mortgage
if tho premisos, with int rest payablo annually from day
if sale. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
October 24 th3tul Master in Equity.
STOVES! S?WtS! STOVES !
IE VERY LOWEST MOE! PBICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
TOR CHURCHES. HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
07 EVERY DESCRIPTION.
JHEAPEST AND BEST IN TUE SOU1HEEN MARKET.
CM?E i\, BARKLEY & 10.,
No. 150 AlEETING STREET,
Nev,-mr er 2 2m > Charleston, 3. C.
ALWAYS TAKE THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, AND
TOOK IT AT PARIS THIS Y-AR, as official docu?
ments will ?bow.
Those Scales aro pl cod entirely on their actual merits,
is every Sc .lo ia warranted to give entire oatiafaction.
RAILROAD TRACK 'JOI NTER
BAT, f'OAL BUTCHERS'
POKT?3LE BROKERS' SCALES,
Of every size and variety. f'aU and examino samples at
tho CHARLES i ?N A JENCY, sign of Alarvla'a Safe.
W. M, B?RD & CO.,
NO. :03 EAST BAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES nev, r mould their ccn'.onta.
al/.iiVES'.i PAiE -I t?Al'Eti uovcr cor/odothe Iron.
MARVIN'S PATES : b.VFAS aevc? lose their Fire prod
MALVIN'S PATENT FAFES -rc tho onl> SAFES ?lied
witu Alum sud Dry Plastor. Sa ether Saft baa these
WE REFEB IO THE MERCHANTS, COTTON FAC?
TORS, KaLkeraauil Jeweleraof this city whom
wc have supplied. Sixty-oiubt ol these huies luve been
sold by us ?iuce the clo e ot the war, which alone should
ne a suiaclaut guarantee that taoy ure aU we claim.
Call atd examlae the a:ockaoT,- ca hand, or scad for a
W. H. MRI) & OK
Ii.-. 203 EAST BAY, AKenta for Chwlestcn.
There cometh glad hornes of joy te eli,
ic- ycuaj and to old, to gteat and to aman;
It; be cu ty which cue- ITU :~J precious and rart,
la rrce icr'fj;. and ?d m: y b. ralr.
Gy tb?) ric t?;
For Imp: -nus aaa bc-au-frma the Complexjou,
Tho mot, uluable and perfect propaiadua hi uce. io:
riving the s*in u beau! ml pearl-like tint, that is oui;
iound in youth. It <,aichl.' removes 'i ou, FitcLies, ?in
pies, Blotohes. Mou Pitches, salo\mess. Lrup.iou?,
au J ah bapuriUei of the skin, kiadiy heahux thc cjsit
^artn;,' lac ckln white aad clear UH aiabuijter. lt* u::c
cauaot bc detected hy tue c;cc&;*. ssratiay, und be.r.^ J
veaetabie iepwi-tlc-a is perfect ly Lurmlta?. It ts the
oar- .: :icie o: ibo alud i s?d by ihi French, and ie coa
?ul?ied oy thc Ivi^i-n *i !ndis?4n?iLls to a prx.'cr
.oiieu Opwardaoi SO, OOO bot! lo s wars ?o?d du.-i?. ..
via: year,". suHtrleut guarxu ee : .. afticaxy. Pries
aalyfoceuts. aeci by mail, pc: on receipt M u
order, by i
C.::ij^i;. J?L ? . , Chemista,
Sri . .. Irov, N. '/
" Tais Gr KJsamLZJS .nc . .INRB?
IS PU1?1 li iiL'u ' EV. .ivr I i AT tl fit; PEP
. ur, malvuure. Idvertisck, . ned at ueui.i
.atc'-. ". ELFORP,
"^ay i(, .c.- i Prourietor,
Unreserved Sale Dry Goods, Woollen Dry Goods,
BY JOHN G. KILNOR & CO.
THIS DA? (Tueadav), 6th Instant, wt ) he solo", at our
Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
BLANKETS, K' RSEYB, 8ATINEIS, Bed and White
Bleached and Brown Shirting, Calicoes, Domestic
Plaids, Woollen Shirts. Drawers
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Madras Handkerchief*, White
and Colored Corset Jeans
silk Nook Ties Bich Dress Goods, Plaids, Bens
Lin- n Dara ask .Napkins, Silesias, Penknives, frc.
Conditions cash. November 6
Prints, Shirting, Canton Flannel, Sheeting aud ]
BY JOHN G. MILNOR Hi CO.
THIS DAT, 5th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at our
Auction Sales Room. No. 133 Meeting street,
1 caso, 21 pieces, ALLEN'S PRINTS
10 pieces Pembroke 3-1 Bleached Shirting
6 pieces Bleached Canton Flannel
8 4 Cotton Sheeting, Linen Shirts, White and ?rey
Jnder Sr iris. Colored Cotton Flannel hirts, Twilled
Dre .vers, Alpaca, biloela. Skirt Braid. Flax '1 bread. 170
lozon Spool Cotton, Leather Bags, Pants, Vests, Shawls.
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT or xs ESTATE,
1 GOLD PATENT LEVEE WATCH, 18 karats.
1 LARGE VELVET CARPET, 18 feet 9 inchea by 18
Conditions cash. November 5
Dry Goods, Clothing, ?rc.
BY MILES DRAKE
.Till sell THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at my store,
comer of King and Liberty streets,
A large and varied assortment of DRY GOODS,
;LOi HI N O, Germantown Goods. Hosiery. Hoop Skirts
JmmvllaB, Fancy . oxes, Writing Desks, Notions, ka.
1 OFFICE STOVE, 1 Parlor Stove and 1 Coffee Boaster.
Strips, Hams, Shoulders, Sides, cfc.
BY LA UREY & ALEXANDER,
'HTS DAY, 5th inst., will be sold before our store. No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
200 New York 3. C. STRIPS
200 ( anvassed Hams
200 Uncanvaased Hams
Dozens Brooms, nests Tubs
Cases Whiskey, Brandy, kc.
Conditions cash. November 6
Butler ! Butter.' per Saragossa.
BY LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
HIS DAY, 6th instan1, will be sold before oar store.
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'olock,
23 kegs PRIME BUTTER, Just landed from steamer
Conditions cash. November 6
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
HIS DAY, the 6th, will be sold, before our store, at
hadf-rast 9 o'clock,
200 REAMS STRAW WRAPPING PAPER, various
200 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT.
A variety of BACON, aa usual.
Conditions cash. November 5
Corn ! Corn ! Corn.'
BY J. A. EiNLOW & CO.
HIS DAY, 6th instant, st 10 o'clock, will be sold, in
front of our store, No. 141 East Bay,
26 SACKS WHITE CORN._November 5
Sherry Wine ! Sherry Wine !
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
HIS DAY, 6th inst., at 10 o'clock, wul bs sold in fron
of our Store, No. 141 East Bay,
6 eolith casks GENUINE IMPORTED SHERRY
?Superior Muscovado Molasses.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
HIS DAY, 5th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold in front
of our Store, No. 141 East Bay,
10 bhds. SUPERIOR MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
Schooner Odd Fellow.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
O-MORROH", 6th instant, at ll o'clock, at Union
Wharf, Pier No. 3, will be sold,
Tho SCHOONER ODD FELLOW.
1 he Schooner measures 67 feet long. 18 feet breadth of |
earn, and U loot deep, in complete order md ready for '
00 Cases Boots. Shoes, Gaiters, ?rc, at Auction.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
O-MOBBOW, the 6th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 M te dug street, we will sell, for
100 casca Assorted BOOTS, SHOES, GATTERS, BAL
[ORALS, Misses' and Children's Silver and Copper Tip
aim oral s and BooU. All fresh and desirable gooda, to
hleh we Invite the attention of buyers.
STO. 37 LINE STREET,
BETWEEN KDNG AND ST. PHILLP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD?
ING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LATHS,
MINTS, OILS, GLASSES, tc, constantly on hand at
he lowest market prices.
September 12 thaly
C. DUCRBVX'9 PATENT
Por Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages.
rHId INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which has been patented in the United States,
rYance and England, ts now offered by the subscriber to
he public, feeling assured they will find it, upon examl
jttion, one of the greatest inventions ol the age.
Prominent among its advantages.aro:
> FUWT-The facility with which horses may be harness
id to or unharnessed from a Carriaiie, also rendering lt
lunecessary for tho person unharnessing to pass betw een
>r behind the horses as ls oustcmary, thus avoiding any
lability of being kicked.
.ECOND- In caso of a horse tailing, he may bo loosed
r-iii the carriage in one second, witiiout the driver leav?
er his seat. It is so simple in its operation that a child
aa vs ora it.
THIRD AND GBEATEST-lu caso? of horses taking fright,
jecomin'.' uumauagablc or running away, tho terrible
lonscqucLceswbicb so frequently follow may be all avoid
:d bv this himple oppUeation to carriage*, as tho horses
:au "?loosed from tho c.irrlag.j "ma twinkling," and the
.urrlage is quicldv and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUOKEUX gave several pubh.> exhibitions. The
jreai fuvor and praise maidtest>Hl by thc public on these
occasions, ir omi ol tho evidences of a popular apprecia
lou ol its merits.
Terms may be known and orders received for applying
he pateut to" carriages, or purchase of State Rights, by
iddressing to C. DUOBEUX, Patentee,
Nc. 53 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 3mo
i.'.ii' iii mi' i ?nv; Superfluous Hair.
110 TOE L\DIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself as being an almost ni
lispensible article to female beauty, Ls easily applied,
iocs not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly ou th.
roots. It ls warranted to remove superfluous hair fron''
low foreheads, or from any part o: the body, completely
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving tb'
ukin eott, smooth und natural. This is the only articl.
used by the French, and is tho only real eUoctual depila
wry iuoxiatence. Price 75 cents per jmckage,' pos
raid to aiiv address, on receipt ot au order, bj
BERHEB, SHUTT3 A; CO., Chemists,
March au lr? So. VM River st., lro>. V V
PIANO-FURTIiS-UKAXD, St*l'ABE AND
UPRIGHT-Which TT"J"?T$&,% fe
bv the Leadinc Artists IB this country. bLPEEI. >B TU
ANY^>T?EBrf IN AMERICA, ibesc Instruments pos
sc.? every modern taP?????*tSlt^fft^Trt^.
?") 1^.1 i., i-allVI D and PLAIN KOatwUUlJ CASES,
??L- ,c ?variety of style. Each has the fud
^SSSSc FRA?ItOVEBW'BraO BASS (wu^orjrttb
?^iinU ^^nt). Each has tho. FRENCH
aSu i ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
n lier h\ rapid execution. These lustr.imeuts aro aU
urra SEVEN- A:?> * QO**t*a aud aKVXS AND A rman
T'TTVES- constructed ol TUOBOCOHLT SEASONED woon,
?mi ci the nneet and best material. For OSE AT pewia,
-inciso ?CAUTOS, b-wtiiT>-?.s8 emd ruares or TONE
v about tue cadre REGISTER: ELEGANCE OF FINISH
snd GBX.AT DURABILITY, the Plano-Fortes of Messrs.
fi "SYS i SON arc oaisurpassed by any other m kera to
?ha WORLD, and nave liken tue E?GHL?T PREMIUM
rVtt?KJtVBJtt EXHIBI ED. T e same lac?l?ea which
?naole this firm to produce a SUPERIOU INSTRUMENT,
also entb.0 them to offer their PIANO FORTE? to the
public TWENTY Th3 ccNT. low-r than any ether raar
M t.r* manual tarer m the country.
Tho epeUal attention of Dealers, Tcachara and others
is iuvitsd to me exaixinatlon of these Fiancs before auk
Iga their ?olooUou elsewhere. Every Dasirameut ls tully
WARRANTED FOB FIVE YEA RB. Descriptive circu?
ir- (edt to all parts of the country upon approjdou. Ad?
dress. JENNYS ? SONS,
Nos. 33d and236 East 21*t si*-ork.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. NewreeL
September 27 lyr j
Sidu, Shoulder], Stript, Ham, cfc.
JEFFORDS & CO..
wm rall THIS DAT, ta front of thttr aten, at ?X o'clock,
8 afcde. C. B. SIDES
7 hhds. Chale. Shoulden
4000 pound* 8. 0. Strips
is packages Butter
40 box69 Che MO
30 packages New Nea. 1 and 3 aitoketeL
Will sell THIS DAT, 6th lestant, at Ho. SS Vendee
Bange, at 10 o'clock A. M..
MATTBESSFS, Bedsteads. Bureaus, Sideboards, Ta?
bles, Chairs, Looking Olsss, Washstands, Cooking Store,
Pictures, Crib, Crockery. ftc.
CASES BOOTS AND SHOE3, pieces Calicos. Delaines,
CD eeks. Ticking, Satinet, ftc.
Cnllmlted goode received._Kovomber 6
BY T. M. CATER.
'.vin be sold TB3 i DAT, on Brown's Wharf, atthn*-qu*r
30 bbla. MF>o PORK, now lauding.
Conditions cash. _ Novembers
Sida, Butter, Ham anu Strip;.
BYT. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAF. on Brown's Wharf, st thrae-qsar.
6 hhds. SIDES
60 Arkins Butter
10 tierces Hams
Condi ions caab, _November S
Sit op Joseph and John.
BY J. & F. HAWSON.
rO-MOBB JW (Wednesds)y), theSthlnrt., at UK o'clock,
at the foot of Hase! street, will bs sold,
Th? fine NEW SLOOP JOSEPH AND JOHtf, SS aaa
?ow lits, in complete ordet. ,
This Sloop is only four mouths old and of superior
mild; 315 l-l to tons burthen and well found. '
Terms cash._November S
Sale by order of the United States Marshal.
MeKAY & CAMPBELL.
Auctioneers, So. 136 Meeting street,Opposite
tbe Pavilion Hotel,
Will sell at their alor s the entire STOCK of SIL VET ft
SELIGMAN, removed for convenience of mit, com?
mencing TO-MORBOW, the 6th November, at 10
COIWSTZRO or PAST or:
DRESS GOOD:, MERINOS, Silks. Alpacas. Bunges,
Grenadines, French Calico, Mantinea, Prints, audios,
Longclot'is, Corset Jeana, Paper Cambrics, Table linen. .
3atesvil]e whirring, A-c.; Gingham, Ticking, WM e and
Chored Flannel. Mosquito Netting, Brilliants. Nllnsook
tfuslln, Linen Diaper, Towelling, skirt Insertion, fte.
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM 8HIRTS, Merino Undershirts,
ielknap and Cassimere Shirts, Ladlee' nderolothlng,
Corsets, Lace Trimming, Ladles' and G sots' Unen sai
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Madras Bead Handkerchiefs.
Huts' Sflk Handkerchiefs,
BLACK LACE SHAWLS, Ladle*' Silk Basque*. Black
ind White Haid Shawls, Bia i Lace Veils, Ladles' Linea
md Muslin Sc enc n, balmoral Skirts, fte.
MILLINERY GO'.'DS-Ladies'and Misses' Hats, trim
ned and untrimmed. Velvet Ribbon, Trimming Velvet,
Saan Ribbon, Belt Ribbon, tili Parasols and Umbrellas,
911k Fans, 4c. <
HOSTEST-A complete line of Ladles', Minis' and
lents' Hose and half .Hose, of superior quality.
Indies' Gents' and Misses' Kid, and Usia Thread and
kirton Gloves, Genta' Felt Hats, Capa, Aa
tt.ady Made Clothing, Boola, Shoes, Ladies' and
disses' Balmoral Paiten, Slippers, to.
TOO rr HEH WITH: - ?
A large assortment cf NOTIONS, JEWELS 7, CTJT
The shove sale will be continued from day to day until
he entire stock la disposed of.
The goods bein : ant-class, this sale la worthy thc at
ention of city and country bayera. _
Term cash. J. P. IL EPPING,
United - tates ManhslL
MCKAY ft CAMPBELL,
November 6 Auctioneers.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
leal Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad street.
Lt Private Sile or to Lease
VALUABLE BICE, COTTON AND PROVISION
>LANTATIONS AND FARMS on the Waceamsw. San?
ee, Ashley, Wando and Cheehaw Hirers sad lo. the vt
laity of Charleston. 2 rath November 1
Private Sale, to Close Consignments, Bacon
Sides, Shoulders, ?re. Now landing and tn
store, for sale,
BY Mc Ii AY & CAMPBELL,
io. 13d Meeting street, sad Hs. ?71 East
TO SEA ISLAND
"THE iROPRIETO? S OF "BOLTON PLANTATION,"
J. late "BARKER'S," in ? t, Andrew's Pariah, having
mt in suooeseful o pera tl os MCCARTHY'S QI 8, prc
belledby steam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
?REPAXLNG FOR MARR.LT SSA ISLAND COTTON, at
us to mary ?tea of tole.
The ginning sad preparation of the Cotton will be
in der the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. B. LE?
IASE, to whom all appOctaon* may be addressed.
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGE! FOB THE PROPRIETORS.
October 31_ 18
'EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
vans om.* BX
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
NEW TOSH-187 Wat? street
BOsTON-5 Phoenix Bliildiag.
NEW ORLEANS-61 St. Charlea street.
August 6_ Sm o
A FBEsH SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE CELEBRATED
?V. COTTON TLB, just rsoerfsd per Chattanooga,
rom Liverpool For aile by
ROBERT MURE & CO.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
Dealers In all kinds of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS!
HENEREY'S MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY & SONS SAW GDI AND CON
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.^ GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER GLN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GUST HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, HOSE COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power tato the markst, wa
would state that tho following are jome of the advan?
tages possessed bv tho "LITTLE GIANT" over ali other
Horse powen :
L ItsgTeat strength ca account of being double-geared,
which not only doubles tho strength by dividing th?,
s train on twice the number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of the wheels it equalizes the wear on tho
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, enabling tu?
horses to do much more work thai, with any omar
2. Its compactnc?f and extreme portability, lt weigbJtng
about one-halt as mn ch as other Horse Powers, and occu?
pying but one-third the space, it can be packed ta small
boxes, thus saving much expense. It is so ahnple ?bar
the most union ot person would have no difficulty tn
putting it together.
3. The facUity with which it can be adjusted to any
kind of machuvjy at any angle, either on the ground or
over head, without moving it from its foundation, will
bc appreciated by f?rmenand planten aa specially adapt?
ed for driving Cotton Gins.
HORACE L,. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING AND REAPING MME
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron,
PLOW CASTINGS, m I****? ; Culbraton ;
Hera? Boes ; Harrow- ; C**t L-on FlaW and Garden Boi?
lers: Fan MUls; ComiHJ^i Cora She Uara; Core and Cob
Crushen ; Hay, Straw and Cora Stalk Cuttenj PUvnta
UMB Cms and Wagon* i caiul and Garden Barrowe ;
sic-ar Milli ; Gruidirton.ii ; Road Scrapers; Churn i :
I hovel* : M*de*i E*kM ; TatkaJ Hoe?? *<b
den ?MU U cTaUKicdd, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITHE & aJESillLL,
No. U0 Meeting Street,
OPP - -HE PAVILION HOTEL.j
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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