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THE DAILY SEWS.
jgr LARGEST CIRCULATION -THE DAILY NEWS
BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RECOG?
NISED AS HAVING 'HE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE CTT OF CHARLESTON, PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF L; TTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE KEW PCSTOFFICE
WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER fi, 18?!7.
Li O C A I. M A T T K 15 S .
AUCTION t> AI ES Wis DA Y.
MCKAY ?; CAMPBELL will doll at 10 o'clock, di v
Koods, uot;or.3. 4c.
J. A. ENSLOW 4 Co. will sall, at ll o'clock,
the ?choonoi Odd Fellow.
N. HUNT 4 SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, boots,
J. 4 F. DAWSON will sell, at 11J o'clock, the
sloop Joseph and John.
R. M. M.\ASHALL 4 BBO. will Bell, at 10 o'clock,
horses, malea, cart, harans, 4c.
SMITH I: MCGILLIVBAC will sell at 10J o'clock,
tables, chairs, bedding. 4o.
WK ABB nuder obligations to Purser J. H.
Crookes, of tho steamship Champion, for favors.
LABOE CLEABANCE.-The ship R. C. Winthrop
was cleared hoie yesterday for Livorpool by
Measre. Patterson 4 Stock, having on board a car?
go o? 87 bags ssa, island and 3077 hales of upland
oottoD. Tho Winthrop has ou board the earliest
cotton c:.rg i of thc season clewed from th: port.
A CUNNING VILLAIN.-Jenkin* ahas Four Miles;
a colored prisoner, convicted of being a ring?
leader in the lato riots, made bis escape from thc
constable who bad him in charge, by adroitly slip?
ping through the back door of the Court House
y ?rd. Four Miles is an old villain, and his escape
is t matter of regret to tho community, as he will
prey upon their purses.
CHT7BCH ELECTION.-At tbs Fourth Quarterly
Conference for Walterboro' Circuit, M. E. Church,
South, held at Mount Carmel, November 2d, 18.7,
Rev. F. A. Mood, President, tho following gentle?
men wore elected to serve as Stewards for the en?
Dr. P. STOKES, R. A. WILLIS, Esq.,
J. W. BEACH, BENJ. STOKE-*. Esq.,
Dr. A. E. WILLIAM--, H. W. ACKERMAN,
W, B. RIB'j EB, | Dr. H. FABMER,
E. B. LovLtss.
A NEW SCHOOL.-To moet the wants of the white
children of Charleston it is p-oposed to open on
Deoamoer 9th, a parochial school, under the direc?
tion of the Rev. A. Tooysa POBTKB. The charge
for instruction will be to Iowas to make the school
practically a free one, and arraxgements have been
made to supply books to those children who oan
not purchase them. Such a school was absolutely
necessary, and th; managers bare determined to
make it one that shall do credit to the oity and to
BXOISTBATION IN THE Crrr.-The pOils were
opened to-day in accordance with tho announce
meDt made in the papers, though but few persons
availed themeelves of the privilege of becoming
bono file citizens. The following is the returns as
City Hall, Wards Nos. 1 and 2-Number of regis?
tered, whites, 2; colored, 3; unable to write, 2.
Market Hall, Ward No. 3-Number of registered,
whites, i; colored, 1; unable to write, 1.
Washington Engine House, Wards Nos. 5, G, 7
and 8-Number of registered, whites, 2; colored, 5;
?cable to write, 1.
t IKE.-At ten o'clock last oight an alarm of fire
was given, and the flunes soon attracted a large
crowd to Centi ? Wharf. The fire originated in
Messrs. W. H. Ki ld 4 Co.'s warehouse o North
Central Wharf. Tho storehouse was filled with
whiskey, and t\? flames soon swep 'rough the
entire building Tho engines had se ve. il streams
on the fire, and succeeded ia coufiuic? it to the
building where it originated. Tht .roperty be?
longed to the Bank of the State, and was insured
ic the agencies of Mr. Tobias. Mr. Kidd, we
learn, waa insured ia New York. His stock was a
total loss, and the building was completely gutted
by the flames. _
THE CHARLESTON Bo ABD OF I BADE. - The regu?
lar mont .ly meeting of this Socioty was held at 7
P. M. yesterday, at the Charleston Hotel Club
Ur. Fronebsrger, from the committee appointed
some months ago to confer with the Superintend?
ant of the South Carolina Railroad, remarked that
the committee had conferred with the Superin?
tendent, who manifested every disposition to meet
the wishes of the Board of Trade, and that the de?
sired change had jince beac made ic the running
of the trains, m regard to which the conference
bad taken pltce.
On motion of Mr. Oloey it waa
Bf so ced. That the Executive Committee te re?
quested to' report at the next regular meeting of
this Board on all questions referred to them for
their consideration, acd that the Secretary be in?
structed to transmit a copy of this resolution to
tba chairman of that commut?e.
On motion, th? Board then adjourned.
HOTEL ABBTVAU.-Paxinon EoleL-Z. C. G; if
flih, Yancy ville, N. C.; George D. Boyd, Rock?
ingham County, N. C.; Samuel F. Adams, Thomas
C- Moran, Jamos D. Small and John W. Moon, N.
C.} John B. Hubba, Danville, Va.; Lieutenant Hart
mac, Castle Picokney; L. Sheppard, U. S. Army;
H.D. Marcker, Aileen, S. C.; T. O. MoCown, WU
liamsborg; J. B. Carter, Johnsonville; J. R. Chica,
Kingstree; J. J. Nettle?, Northeastern Railroad.
Charleslcn Hotel.-Martie L. Hitcher, MadisoD,
Ga.; H. G. Cromlia, N. Y.; L. Stoce, Baltimore; S.
T. Dearing, Augusta, Ga.; J. R. Mouron and John
G. Preasley, Williamsburg, S. C.; C. S. Lamb, So.
Ca.; H. F. Tindal, Clarendon; W. J. Lee, King?
stree; J. P. Gamble, Kingstree; W. H. Bradshaw,
wir? and child, N. Y.; Mrs. Fitch and Mrs. Ahill,
N. Y ; Luther Roll aud daughter, Augusta; R. B.
Caney, Robert Douglas, Lee Powell. N. Y.; D. H.
chelton, S. C ; J. O. Connell, Greensboro, N. C.
M\Us House.-Henry Geogehan, steamer Sara?
gossa; W. B. Hodges, N. 0.; Thoa. M. Todd, Gal?
veston; Thoo. Little, N. C.; Gao. S. Kennedy,
Philadelphia; Captain dowell, steamer Saragossa;
Stephen E. Millett and J. C. Millett, Beaufort, S.
C.; S. W. Rhoades, U. S. A.; Mrs. Rhoades and
child; W. 0. Becoett, St. Helena; A. Fred. Schultz,
pity; J. B. Garris, liutberfordton. N. C.; J. R.
Hamilton. Columbia; Lemuel Crane, city; .Judson
Butts and wife, and J. R. Early, Philadelphia;
Chas. H. Larendon, N. J.; William Hey ward. 8.
C.; LeRoy F. Yoemans, Eigefield, S. C.
xULL or MOBTAXIT?.-Return of deaths within
the city of Charleston for the week ending No
rsmber 2d, 1867 :
" I " j BLACKS
Dropry, from Htart DI ?eat e.,
Tri nat? Naactntluia.
White*. 7; Blacks and Colored. 12-Total I?.
Under 1 yt?rofage.CiBetween 50 a;:d 60 years. 0,
Between land 6 years., sj Between 60 and 70 years. 0
Between 6 and 10 years.. 0 Between 70 and SO years. 2
Between lu and 20 years.. 0 Between SO and 90vears. 2
Between 20 and 30 years., liberweeu 90 and 100 yeats. 0
Betwsen 30 and 40 ^ears.. 3?Over 100 vears of age. 0
between 40 and 50 years.. 2|
Omeo of City Registrar, November 5, iso:.
GEORGES PELZEH. M D, City R?g-trjr
MURLEE WILL OCT-The older portion of the
community remember tho mysterious murder of
Lyons, a watchmaker, who kept a store on East
Bay, oertr the Custom House. This murder oc?
curred over twenty years ago, and various surmis?
es were eiitorcaiuod, and ?everal persona arrested
at different tiraos .. u tu'-picion. Tho store wtu
broken o^en and completely gutted, while Lyots
was moldered sn P. moat barbarous manner. A
jeweller corned Fla&h was auBpected of huving
committed 'he crime, and. though the ev;deuce
appeared strong, he succeeded ic clearly establish?
ing bia innocence. Tho evidenco was ODIV circum?
stantial, and Beveral persons who had boen inti?
mate with LyoDS were suspected,-:orue of them
having darned the stigma to ths day ol' their death.
Reliable intelligence recently received from Ger?
many tUtas tba: a German named Pappo, former
Iv a clerk in a drug etoro ic this c.ty, was executed
in Hungary for murder. On the scaffold, he con?
fessed that, among other crimes, he had murdered
Lyons m order to rob his store. The news w?l be
estrtjinely gra.iiying to the old residents of tho
<aiy, and especially to those who have been so
los? ?aspeotod ci this crime. There it no saying
more truthful than that murder w?l out, ar? it
has been h.ppily proved correct in this case.
LABT REGULAR MEETING or C*TT GOTO
j P?SATE ON THE RETRENCHMENT BILL.-Pre?
His Honor Mayor Gaillard ; Aldermen Ba1
Small, O'No?l, Steinmeyer, Willis, Oakes, C
Honour, Marshall, Enston, Butler, Court
I*) ingie, Cosgrove, Wragg and Gerdts.
rh.> aainirtos of the last meeting were roa<
thu petitions of sundry partlos to tak<
1 censes wero referred to tho Cormnitte*
A petition (rom Edward Ball, to be pal
some work done lor the Market Board, wt
fened to the Commissioners of the Market.
The petition of n large number of tho sorg*
aud privates of the police force, to be paid
arrears in greenbacks, and statiug that theil
pent condition, imperatively demanded some a
on thc part of Council, as their creditors ba
many instances refused to extend a longer ii
genco, and if oity Dills wero taken witii the
count, they would prove insufficient to pay I
debts was read.
Alderman Cosgrove asked if the Conimltts
Ways and Means had devised a plan to pa;,
city employees; but his motion waa ruled ov
ordor, reporta not having been takou up.
Suudry reportB from City officials, J?.ludia;
Annual Reports, the Captain of the Police,
Treasure:', City Civil Engineer, City Sheriff
others, wero received a& information and ord
to bc published.
Alderman Ravenel, or the Committee of T
and Means, reported thtt the Committee had <
all in their power, and had ordered the Treas
to pay all applicants iu City Bills. There was
other monty ; the city was without reaoureos,
it waa the only course they could adopt.
Alderman Wragg reported that the work on
artesian well had been stopped for some time,
appropriation being expended, and it proving
possible to remove the obstructions. Tho $
appropriated had been spent in preparing the
terial for work (all having been destroyed dui
tho war) aud in paying the salaries of employe*
eugine, $725; tower, $748 84; labor, tools, i
$2,918 36 ; salary ol the Engineer and Suporinl
deut, Major Weldon, $984 64; unexpended, $302
Reports were made by the Committees
Records, Licenses and Accounts.
Alderman Oakes, from the Special Commit
made tho following report:
CHARLESTON, November 5,186'
A Committeo to whom were referred the rest
tion ot Couucil to investigate certain rumora
flectiug on Captain C. B. Sigwald, Chiof of Pol:
and deemed by him prejudicial to his charactei
a public officer, respectfully report that they h,
given tho subject a careful and thorough exai
nation, and arc pleased to say that nothing 1
been elicited affording any foundation to sust
tho rumors alluded to.
No formal charges having been preferred agar
Captain Sigwald, tho Committeo do not deon
necessary or important to his vindication to c
body in their report the testimony of the sevo
witnesses examined by them, but would sim;
beg to say that in their opinion the invostigati
has disclbsod nothing reflecting on his cb a rac
as au officer or a citizen.
The Committee beg to be discharged from t
consideration of Mr. LaCo?te's case, as no sped
charges have been made against him.
The Mayor stated that, according to the chat
of the city, this was their last regular meeting;
order had been red at the extra meeting from t
military authorities forbidding an election, and
notice waa published. To-morrow would be t
last day of their existence, and as yet no ord<
had been received from Headquarters, and no coi
munica:ions had been made as to the intentio
of om* military rulers. Under these circumsta rx
I have examined the acta both of the City sud
the Legislature bearing OL this subject, a:
th >ugh satisfied in my mind as to the proper acti
to be taken, it becomes us to refer the case to t
City Attorney, a? the legal adviser of the eil
Each of us have our surmises as to tho best cour
to pursue, but it is best to consult the City Attc
ney and L&VQ his opinion on the validity of ai
acts done by this body while holding over.
"A Bill to regulate the salaries of city office:
and for other purpoaea," then came up for actio
It waa moved by Alderman Willis, aud seconde
by Alderman Courtenay, that the Bill be laid (
The Ayes and Noes were ordered and called, i
follows: ?yes-Aldermen Willis and ?ourtena
Noes-Aldermen Ravenel, Wragg, Gerdts, Sma]
O'Neill, Steinmeyer, Olney, Oakes, Honour, Ma
shall, Enston, Cosgrove, Butler, Pringle, and tl
Mayor. Total Ayes, 2; Noes, 15. The motion we
The first section of the Bill was then doclared t
be in order.
Alderman Willis theu moved, That from an
alter November 19th instant the salaries of ail th
city officers and emplovees be reduced tweut\
five per cont, as well as the er^-nses of the Cit
Upon this motion the Ayes and Noes were ot
Alderman Willis, in rely to Aldeman Ravene
said that hia motion was as comprehensible an
practicable aa the recommendation of the Commit
tee on Retrenchment. He did not see why th
Council, which had romaiucd in office clove:
months without reducing the city expense?
should now endeavor to prescribe rules for thel
successors. He then analyzed the report of th
Committee, and said that it was not consistent o
impart'.al. He was in favor of retrenchment, bu
time was required for carrying out reforms, am
that time they did not have. He was, opposed t<
the whole hill, and thought tho twenty-five pc
cent, redaction proposed by himself far more just
So far, he could explain his motion, but ho ooult
not explain the rest. He was opposed to reduc
tions in the High School, and urged that the whitei
should be taken as good care of as the negroes
He wiehed to see reductions of expenses in e?er
quarter, bnt there was not now time to do it.
Alderman Courtenay took the ground that thc
Bill was not in order because it proposed to legis
late for the new Council. This waa the hut meei
ing of the present Council, aud they could nol
properly act. He said that no city official had re
eeived the malary charged against him. The dt]
employees had worked and toiled, and had nol
boon paid the money placed against their names,
They had been paid in city fuuds at twenty-five
per cent, discount; this had been reduetior.
enough. He was heartily in favor of retrench?
ment, but he thought it -ught to have beRun in
another quarter. He referred to tho city indobt
ednoss and expenses, and said it was bia firm be?
lief that, with good management, Charleston could
pay, in greenbacks, a living salary to ?very mai.
whom she employed.
Alderman Gerdts then moved that tho farther
consideration of the Bill bo p .stponed until the
next regular meetiug of Council. He said that it
would then be known what the military iutended
to do, and no oue would be able to say that the
Council preached au.I did not practice.
Alderman Marshall oppoaed postponement. He
said that expenses had exceeded inceuis. and the
best time to begin retrenchmeut was at thia the
close of the city year. The errors in the estimates
of income aud expenditures had been founds ut,
aud it waa the part of a true business man to en?
deavor at once to re-establish ane^uuibrium and
remedy the evil He said tba: he was prepared to
prove that tue expenses of Charleston wero no
larger than those of other cities of the same size ;
but this was not the question. Charleston had
$300,000 annual Interest starling her in the face,
while the ot er cities have no debt in conip*ariaon.
N jt one city officer had recavad more than he de?
served ; not one dollar had been expended without
good cause and for a good purpose ; but expenses
must be brought within income. Whether the Coun?
cil were retained in office, or whether this wc-re its
last night., the retrenchment movement should be
carried out ; and he was sure that the history of
the piesent administration would compare favor?
ably with that of any of ita predecessors,
After some further remarks by Alderman Willis,
the vote was taken on the motion to postpone,
which resulted : Ayes-Aldermen Rarenel, Wragg,
Gerdts, Small, O'Neill, Steinmeyer, Oakes, Honour,
Oourtauay and Pringle. Noss-Aldermen WiliU,
Olney, Marshall, Enstcc, Ccsgiovo und Butler.
Total Ayes 10, and Noes C ; so the motion to post?
pone was carried.
The Council then proceeded to elect a City
Assessor, the following being thc candidats-* :
Charles P. Fraser, John H. Honour, Vt'. H. Gilli
The Daliots weie as follows, nine votes being
necessary to a choice :
FIRST. SECOND. Tinao. FINAL.
Fraser.? 7 8 0
Honour. 7 8 7 10
oiil?and.2 1 I 0
Alderman John 1J. Honour waa deckuc-1 duly
e.i-ctea, and Council thea adjourned.
?HBOWXXQ THE TiUCU FROH THC SOCIH CABU
Lna RaiLBOAD.-Ou tho 12th of October hit COT
ta:u partius, theu unknown, removed a porti"C ot
tue track of the South Carolina bailroad near Hop?
kins Turn Out, causing the night express freight
train from Columbia to be thrown from the track,
l.adly damaging the engine- and several cars, and
inflicting some injuries on several of the tram
hands. The occuirenee waa at OLce reported to
Headquarter:*, and Lieutenant H. W. Hendricks,
Chief of tho D?tective Force was. irected to ?ood
one o? his moat active and reliable me i to investi?
gate the affair. Officer 8. J. Ccatee was cssigned
to this duty, and immediately proceeded to tho
, scene of tho accident where he was ongaged lor
itt IS M R
Stoves so Cheat
THAT IT WILL
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
The Cheapest Stove Store Betweeu the
Potomac and the Kio Grande !
A LAHGU ASSORTMRXT OF HALL, PAR?
LOR AND COOKING STOVES, SHEET IRON, LEAD.
ZINC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, GhATES
AND ORATE TRLMMINGS.
TIN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
AT SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street.
TUE DIPR TtD ORIENTAL.
Home dav3 in makm? investigations which ulti?
ma'.ely loJ to tho arrost of several parties agilnBt ]
whom suspicion was dirtied.
Tho prisoners arrested cousistod of six laborers,
all colored, aud ono boss carpenter named Carter
Harris. The names of the colored were George
Hayes, William Kirkland, Barney Goodwin, John
Montgomery, Perry lieese aud Isaac Lichta. The
prisoners, on hoing arrested, were conflnod in the
celia of the Detective office, and thc evidenoe in
tho case taken beforo Magistrate C. E. heanapaux.
John Montgomery stated that the project of
throwing the cars from the track haabeen spoken
of for nearly a year, and ho implicat d all exoept
Reese and Ligh.s, who hoard thc conversation
but did not couscct to joiu tho party. Goodwin
and himself toro up tho track on tho night of tho
12th, throw.ng tho rails and bar used tor the per?
formance of the dood to the ?ide of the track.
Goodwin's statemont corroborated that cf
Montgomery in a great measure, but denied any
complicity in tho deed, though ha acknowledged
walkiug to tho track aad knowing what Mont?
gomery's intentions wore. The testimony of thc
other prisoners aud tho witnesaos agreed in charg?
ing John Montgomery with tho entire blame.
Goodwin and himself were discharged by Hams,
and bo threatened io havo rovongc by throbing
the oars off tue track noir Harris Seotion.
Harris denied any knowledge ot tho run off un?
til notified by his hands, and said that no conver
Batijn had taken placo iu bis presence about]
throwing oil' the traius.
During tho evidence, tho parties acknowledged j
having broken open aud robbed tho cars about a
year ugo, uud having divided ihe spoils, consist- |
ing of hams, flour, oandy, herrings and ono ba
reau. 1 nose articles .rero taken to Harria' house,
and he ac .nowlodged receiving his share of the
plunder, the bureau being still in his possession.
The ovidenoe was very tull and complete, and
though Montgomery was apparently the ring?
leader, there was evidently a woll organizad band,
whose object was to rob the trains. The robbery
alluded to was only one of many ibat have recent?
ly occurred, tho parties having heretofore suc?
ceeded in escaping justice.
The prisoners and the evidence taken in the ]
case wore turned over to tue military authorities,
who reviewed tho tostimony and a report furnish?
ed by Brevot Colonol DENNIS, Jndge Advocate of
the Second Military Dibtnot, recommends a trial
by Military Commission. The report also advisee
a modification ot the Statuten of this State rela?
ting to railroads. The South Carolina ordinance
prov;des that in ease ot any accident on a railroac,
arising from obstructions placod thereon by de?
signing parties, if the passengers or anyone on the
train should bo so injured that death should oc?
cur in a year and a day, the punishment of the
crime is death. Ia North Carolina tue limit is ?ix
months, and the law ia more severe than iu thia
State. Ihis crime h.s boon considered aa pecu?
liarly heinous br every civilized community, and
no law could ba too stringent, or oe punishment
too severe for those whe wilfully agroe to commit j
Great praise is due to tho defectivo officers for
the ? ki If ul manner in which they have conducted
this amur; the air os ta having been made by officer
Coates only after a personal investigation of the
DISTBIOT COOBT - Host. GEO. W. LOGAN PBESIB
[.vc-.-The petition o. N. C. Luden to be admitted
fi oit zeu was granted, Mr. Luden having subscrib?
ed to tho nocesaaiy oath.
The State rs. Peter Miller-Larceny. The pri?
soner plead guilty to petit larceny.
The State 03, Fraderiok Jenkins artas Four Milo,
and Samuel Jacobs-Riot. R. W. Seymour, Esq.,
for the defeuce.
This waa the riot that occam 1 cn the night of
the 14th of August, near the corner of King street
and Smith's Lane, during a torchlight procession.
Mr. Ahrons, who kept a store at the cornor, was
badly beaton by tho crowd and his store broken
open. A pistol shot wae fired near the precession,
and, under the impassion that it came from Mr,
Ahreus; stoic, they proceeded to ransack it
thoroughly. The account of thia riot has already
been pubhshed lu this paper, and a number of ?ut
iiessce testifying that the prisoner . wero promi?
nently engaged ia the rio'., thoy wero found guilty.
Thc State VA Btm'L Hayard-Assault, with in?
tent to kill. B. W. Seymour for the defence This
case was similar to that picceding, and SOHO ol
tho earns witnesses were on tho stand. Verdict
Guilty, but the ooun:il uioyed for an appeal.
lh% Stato ns, Emma Jackson-Larcony. The
prisoner plead guilty to Petit Larcony.
The State vs. Joshua Rains-Larceny. Contin?
ued, and the prisoner discharged ou his own re
RsoisTBA-iox vu SOOTH CABOXDU_The follow?
inst aie th official return- or registrat cn in the
several district : of South Carolina, us received by
the Major-Geuoral Commas mg :
Districts. Whites. Blacks.
n.erson. .1801 1998
Bim ?ell.I102 8C95
Beaufort . 934 6278
Berkel y. 982 8204
Charleston .S4?2 6111
Choitei. 1222 2198
Jbcster?eld. 1071 817
leefield.2507 - 4367
Faiiflek'. 942 2434
Georgetown. 432 2726
Greenville. 2077 1485
Kershaw... .. 859 1765
Lancaster. 983 881
Lexington . .1480 975
Marion. . .1037 1737
.Marlborough . 961 1207
Oiangobiirg. ... 1045 3371
Ricbla d.1235 2812
Total .45,761 79,686
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If you want Books bono?] iu anyetyls, or Aceonni
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ruling, KO :o HIRAM HABBIS No. 59 Broad street.
i? US I N ESS NOTICE-,
SALE or Lois IN AIKEN.-Tho lota ;u Aiken re?
cently offsroil Rt railb Wili flow be sold ut n lot?
pr.ce, tho rani.) having be?n unsuccessful. Per?
sona wishing to secura leal et-iaie at a low pitee
ave referred to the adveiti'cinont.
ATTENTION HOCSCEJEEFEHS.-The ort!? ls right
f ice, forward march, tc ??aati?. Adamo i Damon's
stire, in ?;oud fctiset, whore every variety of tn*
??.u'6 eau be procured a: a moderate outlay. Tm
is an indispemible adjunct to housekeeping arti?
cles, au.l Messrs. Alkina 4 Damon haw a varied
assortment that '".il exact y suit ito -.tu-.e-s, r,s
though they sell the- tin :.?:; .. :y -en paper, and
that o?!y in ?rac:lo..a? currouoy. A viait to their
e tabhuhmeut .ill provo profitable lobjth parties.
SHOES FOI; m:: MILLION.-OU? enterprising
u'-i^bbort;, Mest..e. D. P. Fleming i Co., have do
ter mined that this v.-intc-r tha'l Lot s<.& many bare
feet, and ~~ii'v commendable forethought havo
added t.> their stock eeveril hundred cases of
boets and shoes. Ihe tidtw; ?k m front of their
etoro is always crowded ^ith goods, and tho ac?
tivity displayed by th> clo: ks is u c gu that the
shoe trade ie ne>t languishing. Mes-rs. Z>. F
Kerning & o uv prepared to soil their supplies
ai the lowest maruSt rat.a,.and those iu need of a
good understanding should apply at ouce
P. H. II,
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigcr.
Tao eecret will bo revealed by investing tn a bottle of
PANKNTN'3 HEPATIC BITTERd. lor sale by ul:
S?mil Nature bo Softtaiiied I
To givo dobill'atlng medicines to the weak is about aa
sinaiblo as it would ba to trv to help a mau to his feet
ly kioklng bim when ho iras dona.
That sort of practice is going out of fashion. It bas
t lied so many graveyards that i eop'e no longer believe
If those who are not strong by nature expect to avoid
tue attacks ef disease, thoy must endeavor to acquire ti.c
vigcr necessary to resi :t it.
How is this to be done? Common sense suggests by
tho uso of invigorating medicine.
The great cbject is to BTHENOTBXS THE STSTESI WITH
OCT Excrrrso rr.
This object is accomp.ished by the judicious usc o."
fio most potent and gonlal of oil vegetable tonics and
alteratives, H0STE1 TER'S STOMACH BITTER:-.
Many valuablo properties are combined in thi3 prepara?
tion. It improves t ta appetite and ren ters digestiou
easy and perfect. It gives steadiness to the nerves, in?
duces a healthy, natural flow of bile ; prevents constipa
tion without unduly purging tho bc. ?ls ; goutly stimu?
lates the circulation, and by ?romoting a vigorous
condidon of the physical system, promotes, also, that
cheerfulness which is tho tnu-st indication of a well
balanced condition of all the animal powers. '
Summer leeves both Die body and the mind more or
loss exhausted. Now is thc timo to recruit them, and
thus forestall tho malarious favo* a and other complaints
which prostrate so inany thousands evory Fall.
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. TnoaxTON, tho Broa Engliah Aatrolo
glst. Clairvoyant and t'sychometr.ciat, who baa aston?
ished tho identifie elapses of tho Old Worlu, has now lo
catcd heraoH at Hudson, N. Y. Ma i aino TnouNTON poa
?esses such wonderful powers ot Hoccnd sinht S3 to ena
blo her to impart knowledge of thc ,wrcate?' imoort.mr.e
to tho single or married of oither sex. While :c a stan
r f trance, she delineates the very features ot th* person
j on aro to marry, and by tho aid of an Instrument of in?
tense power, known ss the Psycbomotropc, guaraute..3 lo
produce a life-like plcturo of tho future husband or '.vile
ot thu applicant, together with dato ot marriago, po.-.ition
ia Ule, leading traits of character, icc. Thia ia no hum
bus, aa thousand of testimonial.? can assert. She wii!
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
yuarentce, that the picture is what lt rurpor'.s to be. Pt
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birui.
agc, disposition and completion, and unclosing fifty c?r>?
and suuxpod envelope aa.ircascd to yourself, yon will r.<
ceive tho r-ictnrc sud desired Information ty reran) mail.
All coniciunlca?ons sacredly confidential Aildre.i* in
confidence. Msclame E. F. THORNTON, 1'. O. Eox m,
Hudson. N. Y ty March Cu
r ree to Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving informatica ol the
-Testest importance to the young of both sexes.
It loache i how the homely may become beal'I lui, tb"
ilotnUod icipecred, and the forsaken lo\ ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to feud tacit
'iMrelHj and receive a copy post-paid, by rc tu: u mail.
Address P. O. Drawtr. 21,
March CO lyr Tro/. X. Y.
He;:Pim;.Ys' HOHOOPATBaC SPEOITICS arc emphatiea'
ly the peo) le's remedies. Economical, simple, convo
nient and efficient, they form a ays'.em of prompt reme?
dial moans for families quite superior lo anythicg aver
t ?'ortd to tho public. 1
What Is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIE ?Ti and what are its effects ? These are ques?
tions which the great American public has a right to
oak, an.1 it also has a right to expect a candid and satlv
factory reply. The preparation la a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative and tonic, and la most care?
fully prepared ba the form of a enow white powder, con
tabling all the wonderful medical proporbea ot the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say thal those who havo tested
the preparation are tho best Judges, and they declare
over their own signatures tatt tho preparation will
promptly relieve mdigeAtton. Regulate the flow of (A*
bile. Cure ovary species of headache. Tranquilize i~*
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize add in tho
stomach. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist tue
tailing appetite Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Rercody ene trial, and lt
will con vin co you of the above tact?.
TARRANT ii CO., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Sold; by ail Druggists. 3mos September 12
The 'Flute to Advenue au mo country.
THU PfKffflX has a large circulation throughout :Ui
tnld?ia and upper Districts ol' tho State. Advertislnj
rates aa reasonable as the stringency of e money mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and others withl^^ to use
the columns of thc paper will address
JULIAN A. hELBT, Proprietor,
Tc!.marr 33 Columbia. S. C.
TWO LOTS IN AIKEN
NOT HAVING BEEN SUCCESSFUL, THE
SAME WILL BE SOLD AT A LOW RATE IF
APPLIED FOR IMMEDIATELY AT THE MER?
CURY OFFICE. November 6
CHEAP FOR CASH.
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS >4 PT.. PER DOZEN.
Mc.; ipt. Mc; 3 pt. 91; lqrt. 76c.; 'J qrt. 11.22; 3
qrt. S1.?8; 1 qrt, $1.W; O qrt. ?3.o0; 10 qrt. 28.60.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, ?lu. iti.76; a tn. ?7.25,
FUNNELS-Vials 60c.; Pints Sue, Qu?rts $1.25; 2
Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts ?3.O0, por dozen.
WASH BASINS (Pressed, Plain aud Japnned - smsU
$2.0?; large 53.60, poi dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDER'S"-small $8.00; largo 34 00,
per dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ARAMS, DAMON & CO.
November 6 wfm
fi m m KOW IN DSBI
PANKMVS HEPATIC BITTER?,
l'A\K.MS'S HKP.VT?O BITTERS,
PAffKNIN'd HEPATIC BlETEftM,
PAN KN IV* HEPATIC BITTE a 9,
F.vNKMN"* HEPATIC BITTErtS,
THE 3EST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOw IN C?E,
THE BEST TONI',' M UV IM USE.
THE BEST IONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLI' B? ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST*
November ? 34
rpHE THOHOUOH-BRED STALLION
J_ "JONCH HOOPER." by Imported Albion o'.'.t ci ?
daw of the beet racing trcck tn Ameiica, ?nd .-:-nd for
tho Fall i-tasou at tue bii?D9 IK CHCIi.H STREET.
Apply to Rc?f. HAY.SE, Gr cm.
October 26 r : wQ"
ISAAC MIX & SON,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURtR'd AND DEALERS I.V
OF EYF-R2 DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL Bi' SOLD
* leis than at any '-ther ce ablishn ont lu the cl.y,
I ?ad warranted equal to any m.icto lu the Umtcu b.tiei
JO* Descriptivo catalogues tent oi? application.
. August 30_r-Z-''!
J. M. BRiDSTRE^r I E
S ?. 20 B H ? A ?) H T U E L X,
CHARLESTON, S. U.
J. L. FONDA, Superiiit'udeut.
_BOOTS, SHOES, ETO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JCST RECEIVED, IN ADDITION TO OUR FORMER
STOCK, 1 IV! HUNDRED CASES OF BOOTS AND
i.iOi 5, nu-cet from tho cr anu?acturer?, wbJoh we offer
Tor salo at tho lowe.-.l market prieta,
D. F. FLEMIVG & CO.,
NO. S KAYNE STREET,
CORNER OP CHURCH STREET.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
WHOLESALE Df ALER IN
AT No. 1? J?EETINQ STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ocober ?l Imo
IO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ER!) OF THE MOUTH.
I1TIE UNDERSIGNED WILL DE PREPARED B? THE
1st of December, to supply orders lor ihe WANDO
Th.s Fertilizer ls mada iu thia city under the personal
itperrision of Dr. Ht Julian Ravenel. chemist; and we
?fer lt to ihe Phnters and Farmers aa one of the bent
hev can use for in -masing tho yield of tho Cotton and
TO vial on Crops.
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WIURF.
October IC wfml8
TO SEA ISLAND
rHEiROPniETO'SOF "BOLTON PLANTATION,"
lato "?ARKER'S," In t. Andrew's Parish, having
mt in successful operation MCCARTHY'S OINS, pro?
filed by Rteam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
5R : .PARINO TOP. MARK h T SEA . S LAND COTTON, at
aiKtomary rates cf tolo.
The ginning and preparation of tho Cotton will be
indar the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. 8. LE
i ARE, to whom all app.ication* may be addressed.
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOR THE PROPRIETORS.
'EAGLE'* COTTON GINS,
&UDB 01II? BT
BATES, HYDE ft GO,,
NEW YORK-187 Water street.
BO-.T?N-5 Pkaaix Building.
NEW ORLEANS-?I Su Charles rtreot.
August o 3mo
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, tho greatest Labor
having Machine that can be
pul ou a Plnntation.
OPINIONS OF THE PEOPLE ?
ALLENDALE, BAB?WKE?. DISTRICT, S. C., i
March 1, 1867. f
Mmrt. Lillie flC Marshall :
GES-TLEJE:.' : I used, during th1? past scasou, one ol
"Ingerooli's Portable Cotton Press?e," pmohased of you
last cptembor. I have always boen p t)udic<.d in lavor
af tho "Screw PTCJU," and nothing but air? necessity in?
duced me to try any other. I taite plearure, however, ui
iddlug m7 tcdmony lu ?ivor of ita entire adaptation to
.bo wants o. a cotton plantation. Il has surpassed my
mojt saugu no axpscutioi.". I have packed with but
two haudj. ye; I prefer four-two at each loTer. My
bales ali weighed over 6QJ lbs. The first lot I sent to
markot averaged 66? I ^ My impression ls that WO lbs.
la about thc capacity cf the Press, jud a greater number
of pound-i EUbjoct tie foilow-bloefc to too much risk, un
le.-s the sides Ol 'ho ocf.ou box was Increased. It would
and greatly lo the value o? thu Press il tho cotton box
was len Inches longer. In hasta, 1 sm, verj; respectfully.
? jur obedient servant, .'?c., B. W. LAWTON.
T. S. I took my 1 ress down and earned lt ooiao lour
uiil?a to pack thu trop ol a neighbor, who tailed t j have
a "Screw" built; lie was ao much, pleased that ho has
determined to ubsudo-i Ute "Screw*' and purchase "Im
4-ernoU's Jfresa.'" B. W. L.
Cxi/et or Krso'ii MotOTAUt Bart.lioap COMPACT, I
Yonsvuu.E, S. C., April lo, 18C7. ?
GEMLEXIV : I hava juat received your letter oi Feb?
ruary lith-Ui.un my return to this nias?, alter an ab?
sence ot two mouths-ind this reply may be too lat? tor
your "Descriptive Circuler 02 lu^irsoil's Cottou Prass."
Tho Pasa I Mod >a P* ki-f my co;tou last year
worked admirably, j .-.eking, wlUi ease norn 600 to t'iS
.ba V.'i:a aood acitve Ua.-.ds to work it, I am tatlaned
.j&; from eb'.ktoou'to twenty b*.es inlgk: readily be
psoksd tn a day.
lum Pr eu combines the ?dvantaaa? cf lightness, and
.'onstquant portability und atauini? ibeiog ?asily man?
aged o.j any ono of oratnary ta.e>LUgenco). Great com
^isamg io."C?, ij.Uo motive pjivcr, ?cd "last, but
Lot least," '.. !^TC."Lod entirely by uand, thus saving ior
Uio tem uc-rs?s the hud l-lor la.uofc.;d u; ou tLe;j by
;hc u*j of ?ho ordinary ".jcr*^'
Respectfully, ?c.,. curr, ? E. :I. LAW.
To LITTLE S AIA?ISILU.1., Char ?eaton, s. c.
For DESCRIPTIVE C-IROV.LAB und PRICE LM
Lim? & MARSHALL,
&genis tor tlio Ingersoll moiton
Vo. ICO ,'?LET?NG- Si REL!,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
Jaae- ll mwf_charleston, a C._
A ?3UFE?13 STOCK OF FINE
BOLD Ai SOLID SILVER WOT.
?ll ?warranted to ran and horoaghly ?esra
alsttcd, at thc lovr pr:cc of SI J cachi
10o SoHd Gold lluu.ing Watchos. ?2J0 to S1000
1W Mskic ti<cd ?oid Wat:hcs. 'iud to 600
lL? La MS* Wstuhos, ; munched. KW to 300
.00 Geld lluui^ig Chronometer Watch's. .200 to 3uu
. Jiu Gold Hunting Engasa Levers. 20o to 250
360 Geld liUUtlu-i Duplex Waiehcs. 160 tJ 200
COO Gold Hunting American Watches. Iud t.. 250
GOOSilvO Huu'.ic? Lover?. Coto ICO
cOj ELv-r JU.L:;U? Dup'.cxe?. 75 lo 250
BOO Ladles* Gold Wstchej. Ou to 250
?OiHJ co d Huu'.:ry : afines. 60 to 76
1600 Miscellaneous Wau-uc*, a i kinds. 80 to 100
i(h.<j tdlver iiu:ii.n^ Watches. 'J? to 60
yj yj Assor.?-u Silver WutcJvs. 10 to 76
lue above S.OS? wii. oe eil.. Ocsd .1 on LUO popular ono
I r.:o ^ ian, giving every p-u?u a une Gold or solid bU
vo. Wu.c:i iO? .'.J. witaout record to value.
Wo vrislt to immiduici> diepo:c of thy above ma^nin
rai-. J:?- C.iu^ca.o?, uuning thu articles, sro placed
in i'-oakd envelope.-", and wtui mixed. Hol lers are ina
; 'ed io tuu ?rdele named ou their certlflcato, upon pty.
nient o? i'en Doila.8, whcLher it bc u, V/atch wor^h ?looo
or one worth lc >B. I hu retara ci any of our ce; tia.a?oj
.ati?ee you to je ajude i-umad thextiou, uuoa payment,
;rre:>poouva o? lt^ w riu; t .d aa u-^ ui-wi:tc vjdu-ju lads
taru ?;0 t? caaicd ta any certif?cate, tt wil at oa.e
u4 iesa Suss uiid is uo Lo? try, out a. ?Tr3l?Lt orward
iajt.iu.^lj trauBacLE, wu ch m .y te panict^at?d ia
evoi by he utosi uiaudioui I
A ?U?.? cr iflcstu wii? uc ter.-, by QsJl, postpaid, upon
rocoipi at 28 ceuU, fiva tor si, elevuu ? ,?, L??'rsa
u tiO(jaajt j ru?tilum io; ?5, sc: - ... . .?or? valuable
,p ?miuui lov Jih ? _c liUi.?i\>. c su,orb \?'..ioh
vr t>l.% TOA, .JU, or t. OM Wt;. i -y-icat. this
?a s i-xa opportunity. Uh?... My ooouui-tod
^uaineti, ?uly cutnorUcd bj lus ? i3u*i ^? "?6*1
.o the meit caretul scrutins. i.-. ioroes
. v.l.. .. -..?.'* CO..
Impon?is, >'o. lol Iway, >.
OctJbei 22 ltB0
UNDER DECREE IN EC.TJITY.
Home Loan and Building Associ?t on vt. Jd. C.
On TUESDAY, the 36th inst, at ll o'clock, will bo Bold,
at the old Cu-tom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate at the Northwest cor?
ner of Aeson ?sd George streets, measuring on George
street 33 feet, on Anson street 65 foot, on tho North line
j 56 feet, and on the We-t line 60 feet. Bounding North
sad West on land of J. w. Brown, South on George
street, and East on Anson street.
Terms-one-third cash; balance ia two equal s'lcoes
slvs annual instalments, with interest tram day of sale,
payable annually, secured by tue bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of ti.o premises.
Purchaser to pay fer papers and stamps.
JAMES W. GBAY.
November ti_w3tul Master in Equity.
TM)KR DECREE IN EQUITY.
O'Neill ve. Shields, et al.
On TUESDAY, the 36th November, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at the
old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho Buildings thereon,
situate on the East corner ot Coming and Shepherd
streets, North of Line street, bon M ding Nofh on Shep?
herd street. East on land of Picket, kouth on David Bi?
ker's land, and Weat on Coming street measuring on
the front and back lines, each 24 feet, more or I"?*, aud
70 feet more or leas in depth.
Terms- One-h ilf cash, balance in one and two years,
Eocurod by bond of the purchaser sud mortgage of the
promises; buildings lo bo insured to an amount required
by tho Master, and the policy assumed. P.rcbsBers to
l>ty lor p.pors and stamps. J. W. GBAY,
November 6_w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IX EQ.UIT V.
Forsyth el al., vs. Quinn ;n.
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, at ll o'cloc;-, will be
sold, at the Old Custom House
Ah that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings thereon,
i i mate on the Weat aide of President street, opposite the
Arsenal Square, me,isurJng on the front and rack Unes
each 40 feet, and m depth 128 feet, more or less. Bound?
ing East o Prefident sheet. Weat by marshland, North
on land of Coll?n, and South on land of Muckenfuss.
Tho LOT OF LAND witb the Buildings thereon, situ?
ate oa the West side of Coming street, North o' Went?
worth street measuring in iront on Coming street 37
feet, on the back line 38 feet, and in depth on tho North
line 50 feet, on the South lice 63 fret; bounding South on
lot next described.
The LOT with the Buildings thereon adjoining the last
described to tho South, and situate on tho West aide of
Comln7 street measuring in front 36 fret, on tho bade
Uno 37 feet, and in depth on the North line 53 (set, on
the South libe 48 feet
Terms.-One-fourth cash; balance in one. two and
throe years, m equal instalments with interest from tbs
day of sale, payable semi annually, slured by oonda ol
tho purchasers and mortga?? of the respective lots
enid. The buildings tobe insured and thc policies aa
signed. Purohseers to pay for papers and stast?.
J. Vf. OR?Y,
November 6_w3tul_Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Palmetto Savings Institution vs. Burns.
On TUESDAY, the 36th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, under the decision of the undersigned, at the
old Cu?to rn House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
on the Southeast corner of Trapman and Queen streets,
measuring in front on Queen street 45 feet, and in depth
07 feot 6 Inches; bounding North on Queen airest, Sovi'h
on lands of Trombo, Esst ou lands now or late of G. W.
Co?per, and Weat on Tracman street
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years; secured by bond of the purchaser and mort.
Rage of the premises, and Insurance on the building to
such amount aa the Master may require, and the policy
assigned to him. Purchaser to pay for papers and
sUmpa. J. W. GBAY,
November C w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Bennett vs. Bennett.
On TUESDAY, the 36th instant, st ll o'clock, will be sold
at the old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon, on
the We t side of Si. Phi ip's street Charleston Neck,
known on a plat of B. K. Payne, drawn June lat, 1849, by
the letter E, measuring lu front 39 feet 9 inches, on tbs
back Hue 37 feet 6 inches, and lu depth 100 feet, more or
less, bounding North on an alleyway, youth on lot D,
and West on lot U, as per said plat
Terms-One-filrd cash ; balance on bonds, with inter?
est, payable r.eml-annualry, on a credit ol one and two
veers, the bonds to be secux d by mortgage of the prem?
ises. The buddings tobe insnrned and kept insure.',
and the policy assigned until the bonda are paid and the
mortgage satisfied. The premises are now under a len*
which will expire in twelve mouths, purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 8 wStul Master m Equity.
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS Oiyi DOLLAR !
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
WEDNESDAY, KO VB 6th, 1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn!
A PACKAGE OF TEN TICKETS FOB TEN
DOLLARS LIABLE TO VBA W $80,0001
THE GRAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, (ia., Nov.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize or.800,000 3 Prizes of...83,500
1 Prize of.. 86,UDO 19 Pitaes of.... OOO
l Prize of. lt),000 63 Prises of... 250
3 Prizes of... . 5,000 IBO Prizes of... SOO
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
30,0110 NUMBERS.?18 PR17.E?.
TICKETS m. HALVES $0. QUARTERS $3.
The above Brilliant Scheme Is worthy the attention ot
the public. Its management ls under the control of gen?
tlemen of the highest standing in our midst, and iu tho
Masonic fraternity. The charter ol' this Lottery ls rrom
ibo State of Oeoigta, and bonds given tor the paymeut ot
All Prizes paid without discount.
Ofilclal Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prizes cashed at tbii OUice.
JW Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
otdcTd by simply- enclosing mouey with full address.
W All orders for Tickets, Schemes, au 1 Information
tc ht? addrexsed to
JAMES HERB, Manager's Agent,
Lock Box No. ow. Charleston, s. C.
Office: Nr. 20 BROAD sTKEET._October 14
(OS THE HA VAX A PLAN)
B E N.I F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
39 Prizes of....81,OOO
03 Prizes of..4O0
155 Prizes of..300
??.40 Prizes of.ISS
1 Prize of.8*0,000
1 Prize of..30,S00
I Prize of..?.OOO
1 Prize of..7.000
3 Prizes or..5,000
310 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
78? ntlZKS-8230,?50 IN PRIZES TO BE
To hedravnat Covington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 15th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, 813 ; HALVES, ?6 ; QUARTERS, ?3;
The stances are Ur more iavoisble to draw prizes in
als i J JU ai any oth.r Lottery iu the world. Purchasers
oi Lottery rickets thu UM always examine the schemta,
p U'.? i>aid m mil wiLbaui ii?couut.
OiU'ial drawinys sent eseh purchaser,
?.orresvoudeu.s u...y reif ou prompt attention to erden
j, garotting money with Mi address.
?9*A.l o den tor tickets, schemes, a- d lnfoimation u
. ? dddrei.ed to fl. T. PETERS,
Culled] States Licensed Ageut,
Key Buz SQ, Charleston, g. C.
om:e No. 90 Hasel ptref \
Sale by order of the United Statu Marshal
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auction ter?, Sa 188 Meeting street, Opposite
the Pavilion Hotel,
W1U R?U at their ?tor.? the entire M TOCK of aTLVEY *
8ELIGMAN, removed for convenience of Mle, com*
mencicg THIS DAT, ?th November, et 10 o'clock.
_"_ conrarrwo ET TAXT or:
DRESS GOODS, MERINOS, Silks, Alpacas, Bareges,
Ur-nadine*, French Calico. Marseilles, Mote, ^nairne,
Longclotbs. Corset Jeana. Paper Cambric?, Table Linea,
Batesvide shirting, Ac.; Glnghcm. Ticking, WU a and
? ? flsnnek Moaqutio Netting, Brilliants, Nainsook
Muahn, Unen Diaper, To well in?, tai rt Insertion, ftc.
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS. MerinoUndershirts.
Bohoaap and Cassimero Shirts, Ladlee' i nderclothiag.
Corsets, Lace Trimming, Ladies' and Gents' Linen and
Cambric Handkerchiefs, Madras Bead Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS, Ladies' Silk Bisques, Black
and White Plaid Shawls, Black Lace Vella, Ladles' Linen
and Muslin Spenc rs, balmoral Skirt*, ftc.
MILLINERY GOODS-Ladlee' and Misses' Hats, trim?
med and untrimmed. Velvet Ribbon, Trimming Vet-ret,
Sash Ribbon, Belt Ribbon, silk Parasols and Umbrellas,
Bilk Fans, ftc.
HOSIERY-A complete line of Ladlee', Miases' sod
Gents' Hose and half-Hose, of superior quality.
Ladles' Genta' and Misses' Kid, and Luis Thread and
Cotton Gloves. Gents' Felt Hats, Caps. ftc.
avady Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ladlee' and
Misses' Balmoral Gaiters, Slippers, ic.
A large assortment of NOTIONS, JEWELS?, CUT?
The above aale will be continu td from day to dar astil
the entire stock ls disposed of.
The goods bein ; first-class, this sale is worthy the at?
tention of city and couutxy buyers.
Term cash. j. p. JJ. EPPING,
United sutes Mara hall.
MCKAY a CAMPBELL.
November 6 fl ni I lou sots.
Schooner Odd FtUaw.
BY J. A. EiNSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 6th instant, at ll o'clock, st Union Whait
Pier Ko. a, will be sold,
The SCHOONER ODD FELLOW.
1 he schooner measures 57 feet long. 18 feet breadth of
beam, and 0 feet deep, In complete order I nd ready for
10G Cases Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Sec., at Auerion.
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THLS DAY, the ?th instant, at 10 o'clock, In oar
Salesroom, No lia Mooting street, we will sell, for
100 oases Assarted BOOTS, SHOES, GATTERS. BAL?
MORA Ly, Misse?' and Children's Silver and Copper Hp
Balmorals and Boots. Ail fresh and desirable goods, to
which we m vi te the attention of buyers.
Stoop Joseph ana John.
BY J. & F. DAWSON.
THIS DAY (Wednesday), the 6th bast., at lix o'clock
at the foot of Hasel street, will be sold,
The fine .NEW SLOOP JOSEPH AND JOHN, aa sb*
now lies, in complete order.
This Bloop ls only four months old sad of superior
build; ai 61-100 tons burthen and well found.
Terms cash._ November 6
Three Horses, Three Mules, One Cart, One Fine
Set Buggy Hornea, Furniture, Sewing Machins
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
THIS DAY, 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street
Tables, Chairs, Bedding, Meat Safes, Desksr
Stoves, Cooking Utensil*, Mirrors, Crockery,.
Glassware, efc, fe,, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, in fron: of their
Office, No. 37 Broad ?treat
SPRING AND PLANTATION OABTS? WAGONS,
?ar HORSES. MULES, ftc., received up to hour Of
?ale. _Nore TI bec?
Clothing, Prints, Jewelry, Watches, ice.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
TO-MORROW, the 7th bast, at 10 o'clock, we will sall st
oar salesroom, No. 16 Heyne street,
Dos Linen and Hickory
M Paper Collars
Fine assortment ot* Jewel
Fine assortment of Walac?
es, ftc, ftc
Kegs NAILS I Boxea FAMILY 80AP, ftc,
Bb:? Biscuits. I ftc
November 6 3
Private Sale, to Close Consignments, Bacon
Sides, Shoulders, ?re. Now landing and m
store, for ?ale,
BY MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Meeting street, and No. 9)71 Kail
OHS, PAINTS, ETC.
OIK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BEOS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA>D FOR THIS BELTING DU?
BING, Colonel L. M. HATCH'S Agency, is sufficient gua?
rantee lor ita qualities.
For sale at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 136 MEETING STREET,
October at_Imo_Chirlastwi. a O.
WHITE L?1D MD ZM P1L\T&
IO OOO LEAD PSEMIUM PCBE WHITi
10,0 0 Iba. pure Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 Iba. New York White Dead
6,000 lbs. pare Fnmcb White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc,
All ol the LOO ve tor sale low by
HOLMES ft CALDER,
October M Imo_No. 130 Meeting street
OIL I OIL ! OIL!
f? AA GALLONS PURE WINTER 8PEBM OIL
OUU -600 gallons Winter Bleached Whale O?
800 gallons No. 1 Lard OU
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
600 gaUoLs White Oak OU
300 gallons pure Neaufoot Oil
7U0 gallons Engllab Linseed Oil
400 gallons B vile J Linseed Otl.
For sale low at HOLMES ft CALDER,
October 34 Imo No. 138 Meeting street
Nos. 9ft and 98 East Houston street,
New Yoik City.
a LL THIS FURMTUBE, CONSISTING OF PARLOR
A. CHAMBER. DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, is ot the latest styles, and manuiacturei of tis
very best material, under the personal supervision of the
Proprietor, and guaranteed.
Parties in the fcouth desiring fine Household Furniture
caa bc ?applied direct from the manufactory; or those
about Tis:ting New York will find lt to their advantage to
examine this Stock before purchasing elsewhere, AU
Goods warranted, wnn 3mos_ July 31
FROST, BLICK & CO,
WHO LE il ALK AND H ET AIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURER? ut
OF EYEBY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
All Goods purchased ol our House guaranteed aa re
STrWSI. JAM?SBtaCK. 0X0. 8XXDXB.
October 3-k _amo*
THE WORLD ASlWHi
A;: THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS" .
MADE BA' THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who, trom doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses In love, loss of relations and
:riends, loss of money, ?c., have become despondent
sue brings together tho?e long separated, gives irJomis
tion concerning absent Wends or lovers, restores lost or
*wieu property, tells vou *.ho business you are beat
qualified to pursue and tu what you will be most suocess
lui, sauses speedy marriages, and tells you the varydiy
ou will marry, givea v. u the names, ilkeucss oadchax
aeici istiea of the person. She reads your very 'noughts,
and by her almost supernatural PW?^?*?? ^f^?fk
and hidden mysteriesi ot the mturc. From the ?tara we
,ec ? thii rraW.nt-thc malefic stare that overcome or
im-damtnala In the eouDa'ura?on-aroui the aspect? anU
? S ?5 pSuw .id the died stars in tal heaver..
ut the toe ot bird., she deduces the rotun destiny of
man Fall not to consult the greeta Astrologist on
ftarth It costs you but a trifle, aadyou may uev^r again
SSe so tawSSfeS ooportunity, Consnltatloa fe?, with
ftT ?ri: ai' deaix? latorinetioo, il. Partbs7llviD?
t' S can OOasull the Madame by mali with equal
i.ttv and .latisiacuun to themselvea, as if in person. A
?o?idMdlaU chart, written out, with iul inquiries ar
IT red ?nd akeoese enclosed, sent by mail on receipt *
? nee above mentioned. The strictest eecresy will be
ijiMuiued, and ail correspondence returned ordo-rcy
?5 Eiiervhcesoi the blghe?t order ruralahed thoa? we?
erina thea- Write plainly tte day of the month ana
vTartp which you were born, eaoloamg ? amaU Wet o
Address, MADAME H. A. rERRIOO,
P. O. DRAWEE ai-3, BCTTAl/O, N. Y.
March 30 I?