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IN THE C'TY OF CHARLTON. PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LLTTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
IO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW pv STOFFICE
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7. 19C7.
I 0 C A !. M A T T K R S .
.1 UCXION SALES THIS DA Y.
A. H. ABRAHAMS & SON will sell at 10 o'clock,
clothing:, prints, Ac.
JEFFORDS A Co. will sell at 9b o'clock, st ripa,
T. M. CATER will sell at 9i o'clock, bacon,
hut ter, i c.
MILIS DRAKE will sell at l? o'clock, ladies' cloth
HOLMES & MACBETH will sell at ll o'clock, furni?
JIELLIOAN ?V SON will sell at 10 o'clock, fur?
THE BRIO Tangent, from New York for this port,
Ins put into Niwport in distress. See ship news.
FROST.-There was a alight frost visiblo in somo
portiou8 of tho city on Wednesday morning. Jack
Frost has made his first advance and will be soon
a daily visitor.
REGISTER VALUABLE LETTERS.-Much valuable
property is lost and annoyance caused by the neg?
ligence of persons in not registering valuable let?
ters. The registry system has been so far improv?
ed lhat it is almost impossible to lose letters.
JARLES TON BIBLE SOCIETY.-A meeting of this
society is called at the College Chapel, on Tues
day afternoon, at 4 "?. M., November 12th, in ac?
cordance with the following resolution, adopted at
a meeting of tho Board on tho 4th instant:
Resolved, That the Boar! of Managers of the
Charleston Bible Society refeis the question of a
reunion with the American Bible Society, to a
meeting of the Charleston Bible Societv, to be
held at the College Chapel, on next Tuesday, at 4
REGISTRATION' rs THE CITY.-The registering
was moro brisk yesterday, a number of both
whites add blacks availing themselves of the privi?
City Hall. 1 1
Market Hall. 3 3
Hope Engine House. 1 4
Washington Engine House. i> 10
Total. 10 17
Of this number 12 colored could not write their
GOOD WORK.-The steamship Saragossa, of
eight hundred tone, belonging to the "Leary Line"
of New York bteam packets, consigned to Messrs.
Ravenel & Co., departed from this port yesterday.
She nrrived on Monday with a good cargo, and
was discharged and loaded in about forty-eight
hours, showing tho most excellont management
on tho part of her agents and all oonceined, and
particularly of the steedore, Mr. Samuel Fox.
The 8aragcssa is commanded by Captain M. B.
Crowell, a mose competent and obliging offioer.
There arrived on this line yesterday the large and
superior iron steamship Matanzas, which vessel
has excellent berths and passenger accommoda?
tions, and will leave for ?ew York on Sa.uxu&y
THE BLACK CROOK.-The present winter bids
fair to rival its predecessor in the number and va?
riety of entertainments furnished to thc public.
Professor St. Maur is now delighting large au?
diences with exhibitions of his skill in jonglerie.
Dan Costello and John Robinson will both open
their big shows in a few days; but the oro.vning
glory is the Black Crook. It is' positively an?
nounced that this entertainment will come off, as
the theatre has been engagod cud the company
secured, charleston will then have a new sonsa
tion, and tho spectacular drama will be a spectaclo
on which many eyes will be turned. Wo consider
the Black Crook a bl. ssing in disguise, for it will
brun; strangers to the city, cause a healthy circu?
lation of greenbacks, provo an unfailing source of
pleasure to thoso who do not object to foot lights
and the other parapharnalia of a theatre.
R AL ESTATE.-The influx of greenbacks has
caused a perceptible rise in the value of real
estate, andproperty that at one time could not be
sold at any pnce, has recently been purchased at
f>ir recs. This appreciation of real estate is a
cheering sign of coming prosperity, and aken in
connection with the present aspect of political af?
faire, may ba considered a good omen of a bright
future. Daring the summer, when business lan?
guished and tho blues became an epidemic, every
description ox property was sold at ruinously low
prices; bnt that dull season is pa.-t, and we gladly
chronicle a decided change for the better.
Messrs. Leitch A Bruns sold on the 5th some
valuable real estate in this city at almost ante
bellum prices. A lot of land on Libeity street
brought $5000, and one on Pitt street $1000.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Pavilion Hotel-Wm. Hun?
ter, S. C.; Jno. Jauudern, city ; J. P. Gamble A
Son, Kingstroe; B. M Stevens, Geo. Morrison, N.
T.; G. Vansunt, Lexington, S. C., J. D. Single
tary, Williamsburg, S. C.; T. R. Greene, Williams?
burg, S. C.; D. E. Trent, Sumter ; B. L. Brocking
ton, Timonsv?le ; 8. D. M. Boyd, Myereville ; Geo.
T. Graham, Myereville; A. D. Hum, Lowel, Mass.;
L. Beyman, and Miss Bey man, N. Y.; J. D. Act
man, Williamsburg ; A. Kingsley and lady, Edisto;
C. W. Jones and lady, Chester ; D. Louis, Orange
Charleston Holet.-Thos. Ford, Unionville, S.
C.; Jno. Adman, Kingstree ; W. Henderson, San
tee ; Wm. Watson, Wadmalaw ; W. T. J. Wood?
ward, Wilmington ; T. S. Boyicin, Camden ; T. R
Clarke and lady, child and servant, Camden ; J.
W. Sellers and lady, and Miss F. E. Sellers,
Orangeburg; Wm. Henderson, S. C.; H. Leland,
Mills House.-Horace J. Brooks, N. Y.; S. L.
. Leaphart, Columbia ; J. Calwell, Cleveland, Ohio ;
C. Adams, Bamburg; Benj. S. Pardue, N. Y.;
Chas. A. Hubert and wife, Aiken, S. C.; J. H. Me?
lun and lady, Cheraw ; A. H. C. Dourer, Washing?
ton, D. C.; Jno. Gill, Baltimore ; Geo. Callen, N.
Y.; Rev. Lardain. Wadnuiaw ; Geo. Wright and
T. Renill, N. Y.
THE PRESTIDIGITATE CB.-That is what might
be called some of a word; it is too long to pro?
nounce or remember, so we stall inform our read?
ers that it refere to St. ilaur, the Wizard and Ven?
triloquist. He can say with the hook-nosed Ro?
man, I came, I saw, I c. nquered. He has e?tab
lished a prestige, for his first night waa ?. .ri?
p?ete success, the hall was filled with a delight?
ed audience, who testified by frequent anima?
tion their appreciation of his talents. Mr. St.
Maur-he does not style himself professor-com?
menced hiB performance by tho ixtroduction of
Master Nip, who talkoJ and sung in a surprising
manner, when it is known that he was only a
graven image. St. Maur possesses thc art of Ven?
triloquism in the highest degree, and has brought
it to a state of perfection that is seldom reached.
His intonations are correct, and the Bound cannot
be traced to the speaker. The magical perform
* anees were wonderful. I: is impost i ble to describe
them, but we are satisfied that no professor of
legerdemain and tho blaok art could excel St.
Maur in the rapidity and correctness of Lis different
movements. The audience that attended last
nigat will unite with us in stating that St. Maur
is probably th? bes: performer that has appeared
in Charleston. He will continuo his exhiDitions
during the week, ?nd thus afford all who may
?o desire an opportunity to attend.
FROM END TO END.-The piles of stones that at
one time obstructed the passage in Broad .ureet.
and caused many muttered aaathemas against the
Citv Fathers, are at last removed. The street i.
re-?pened; tho scene of confusion has been
changed; each stone has been pat in it? proper
place, aad a strong, substantial pavement laid.
The travel, which had been stopped by the tearing
up of the pavemont, has been resumed, and cars
now run from end to end.
The street railroad has become a public blessing,
and the rumbling soaud of the cars and tho mer?
ry tinkle of the bells are Uko musio to thc care of
the tired passonger. Whilo the cars are thus ap?
preciated, those who run with the machino should
not be Defected. The conductors and drivers aro
the pilots of the crafc.'aud their presence is ne?
cessary at all times. Through ntoim and sun?
shine, "heat and cold, they have remained at their
posts'and have become important public charac?
Thc annual election of thc Board of Directors
was held on the 4th, at which occasion only the
Btockholders und friends of tho road partook of a
eenerous collation: but the drivers and conductors
were not forgotten. Refreshments were ftirnishcd
at tho different termini, and the employees of the
road were furnished ad libitum. The memories of
the past and the expectations of tho future year
were drank in flowing buiubers: fatigue was for?
gotten, ?nd though no car stopped running "the
day we celebrate" passed pleasantly, and will long
bo remembered by those who participated in its
Tax Bay SHOW-John Robinson has ab
mortalised himself by his huge posters, i
displayed ou the walls aud fences of the
wc aro informed that the half has not t
Joan's show is a shado botte.- than his
represent, li boats "Gideon's Band;"
m?nagerie if oaly saco d to old Noah's c
of animals. Wa speak by tho card; for tl
li ive not seen, wc have read, such gio
script ona of tho circus parades that wo h
almost tempted :o quit quill driving ind '
cavalry." from all accounts received th?
a big thing, particularly in its collodion
der ful beasts.
The possum 'S lhere, and the kangaroo.
Ihe elephant and the uippopotanius too.
bosides others too numerous to mention.
The Parkersburg Virginian says:
' Tho mammoth Circus and Managen?;
veteran showman, John Robinson, visi
city on Saturday last, and gave two t-up<
forniaaces. The street parade, at 10 o
the morning, exceeded in splendor and
tude any pageant ever beioro witnessed
kersburg, W. Va. The beautiful swan
containing Thomas Caaham's Cornet Bai
drawn by six nobly compansoned spotted
led the procession! after which came som
or forty ladies and gentlemen on horsebaok
I ed in the moat costly and guttering dress
j immediately in the rear of these i ame a <
tive chariot ia which was seated a petite
dressed in Ihe costumo of tho Elizabethiai
and drawn by four 8hotiand pontos, the
which was handled by that colored prodi
coutiabtind Lewis. Next came a large cage
by six white horses, i n the top oftnio cagi
large, royal looking lion and his keeper
came tho Elephant Empress, on whose ba
perched a monstrous figure, with a head ab
size of a flour barrel, a most ludicrioue,
the sime time a laughter-provoking sig
after all this came a long string of cages,
contained the innumerable curiosities in th
agerie department of the show.
'.ibis free exhibition was admired by th?
sanas who had congregated on om* pr
thorough ares, and created an excitement t
of which we have never before witnessed
performances in the pavilion were in keepin
the outside show, for nothing has ever befo:
ited us that came so near filling their part
promised contract with the public-i.t fact,
not now recollect of anything being omitu
on the contrary, three or four aots wereintrc
of which no mention was made in tho progr;
Mr. Johu Lowiow, the principal joster, ia dec
the prince o jolly follows in the magic circle
riding was all good, but the charming .vli&s
was the Queen of the arena, but she was bu
iu advance of M'lle Francis, whoas daring
leaping over the widest banners was the th?
universal comment and admiration. The o
band, Lewis, was as quiok as a monkey, and
the hurdle act in a style that astonished all.
mammoth pavilion was crowded both arte
and night, and so great was thc rush at the
ing performaece that hundreds of ladies and
escorts were de?arred the pleasure of witne
the exhibition, by the announcement that i
''impossible to obtain a seal, or even got a sij
the nug." This show is the best now trave
and we wish it ah auccess."
Let no one forget that Monday, November
is the day this mammoth show is to visit us.
DISTE icT COURT, BERKELEY DISTBIOT-Oe:
TEEM-Holl. F. D. RICHARDSON presiding. -
followng prisoners, convicted at this term,
brought into Court yesterday and sentenced
Wm. H. Harman-Marking, Branding and
figuring Cattle. To pay twenty pounds (?
dol'ars) and costs, or be imprisoned six mo
Dublin Grant-Larceny. To be impriaone
London Simmons, Thomas Gaillard-Lari
To be imprisoned two years.
London Simmons, Thomas Gaillard-Lan
To be imprisoned four months from and afte
expiration of previous sentence.
Charles Murray-Larceny and Larcony u
Statute. To be imprisoned six months, bubje
Johu Thomas-Larceny and Larceny u
Statute. To be imprisoned three months.
Chr-rles Green ulias Crawford-Larceny. T
imprisoned three months.
Jack Cain a tas Williams, Tom Bennett, Ro
Singleton, James Freirson, Sam'l Johnson,
Green, Henry Horlbeok-F .lse Imprisonment
Assault and Battery. Sam Green, to be irr
soned sight months; Robert Singleton, six mon
Jack Cam aiius Williams, Tom Bennett, Ja
Frierson, Samuel Johnson and Henry Horlb
Catherine Brown-Larceny. To be impris
Smart Williams-Larceny and Larceny ur
Statute. To pay cost of prosecution, or be
prisoned three months.
Andrew Clinton-Larceny and Larcony un
Statute To oe imprisoned four months.
Henry Toby alias Ben Scott alias Henry B
nett-Larceny. To be imprisoned six months.
Andrew Wilson, Abet Geddes, Richard Rolli
Ben Simmons-Larceny and Malicious Trespn
To be imprisoned two years.
Jim Marshall-Unlawful entry. To be imprisi
ed two months.
Albert Mercer-Assault and battery, and asea
and battery with intent to kilL To be imprison
six months. ,
Giles Simmons-Horse stealing and reccivi
stolen goods. To be imprisoned two years.
Francis Jackson-Larceny. To bo imprison
Francis Jackson-Larceny and malicious tn
pass. To be imprisoned six months from a
after expiration of previous sentence.
Sam Galo-Assault sud battery, and assault a
oattery with ialeut to kill. To be imprisoned lo
The following prisoners, convicted at the prose
term of the Court, were sentenced November li
Jefferson Williams-Assault and battery and t
sault with intent to kill-Five months impriso
John Wright-Larceny and roceiving stol
goods-Four months imprisonment.
Frank Small-Larceny-Five months impriso
THE LYONS MD EDEE.-After twenty-three yea
of doubt, distrust aud anxiety, tho perpetrator i
the Lyons murder has confessed his crime, ai
those on whom the taint of suspicion once rest?
caa broatbe freer, as their innocence is now clea
ly established. The letter received in this ci
stated that Pappe, a notorious brigand, who wi
executed for his crime, confessed on the scaffo
that he had murdered Lyons and robbed the stor
also that be was at the time employed by Mr. E;
ping, in the drug business. On investigating tl
matter, tho following history of Pappe was ol
tained from Marshal Epping.
Pappe made his appearance in this city aboi
1311, and then claimed to be a Hungarian and
political refugee. By some means he succeedc
ia introducing himself to Messrs. Simons, Eppin
Sc Co., at that time wholesale druggists of th;
city. He desired to be employed as & clerk, bt
there being no vacancy he was refused, tboug
after much solicitation money and drugs were ac
vanced to him by Messrs. Simons, Epping & Co
and he i pe ned a drug store at the Southwest coi
ner of Vanderhorst sad Haag streets. The agree
ment between the parties was that Pappe shoul
pay in weekly instalments until the acoount wa
settled. This was the only connection he ha
with Mr. Epping, having never been employed i
Daring the timo that he remained in Charlesto
he boasted of having received a aumbor of wound
while in the Polish army, and said that he coule
show over thirty scars. He also exhibited to Mi
Epping a Utter which he had written to a coan
tryman in Hamburg, who had harbored him pre
vious to his leaving for America. This latter wa
first published in tho Hamburg paper Freysohultz
with editorial caujnient, which slated that Papp
could be no other than Sohoberg, a, famous Hun
gorian baadit. Tho letter was republished b
several American papers, among them the Charles
t ja Courier. Pappe became alarmed at this noto
riety and strenuously denied having written th<
letter or having over said that he had beea wound
cl, and at the same time threatened Mr. Eppms
to blow out his brainB if he divulged having seei
Pappe succeeded in obtaining from Genera
Schmerle, then Mayor of the city, a certificate at
to his good character. This v. as given upon pa
pers submitted by Pappe; Mr. Epping haviag mel
Ge oral Schaerie in Broad street, after his en?
dorsement of Pe ppe'a papers, rela'ed his suspicions
but the General would not be convinced. Nothing
more was heard from Pappe for some time, though
he still continued his urug store in connection
with the jewelry busiaess.
Thc murder ot Lyoas is almost fresh in tbs
memory of every one who w?s of age at that pe?
riod, and it is useless to revive tho past. Pappe
was aot suspected, and as he had been in the habit
of selling jewelry tor some time, any accession to
his stock waa aot noticed. He remained in the
city for about twelve months alter this murder and
then sold out and left for Paris. While in that
city he was recognized by sn Austrian spy, who
succeeded in gaining Ins confidence and induced
him to visit Baden Radon. Ho was there arrested
and imprisoned by the authorities, and from that
time nothing wat? heard from him until his con?
fession was received ia this oity.
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If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
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it you want Printing executed neatly.
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
1 ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, No. 59 Broad street.
B USINESS NO TICES.
S?BLQIE TOBAOC?. -Everywhere ia Ihe habitable
globe tobacco ii used ami appreciated by those
who cheer their hours of toil or oaro with the fra?
grant wcoj. Notwithstanding the fu ruinations of
King Janies, tho fumigation still contiuiOB, and
: tobacco is an essential to 'wo-thirds of mankind,
j MK Jose Jara, knowing thia fact, has supplied La
I Cri?la with a choice stock of every brand of Span?
ish anti American tobacco, besides an unlimited
number of pipes of every description, 'ose does
not proclaim himself superior to bis competitors,
but invites th: public to call and judge for them?
KENTUCKY STATE COMSINATIOX LOTTERY draws
even-day at Covington, Ky. Whole tickets from
$1 to $10 ; shares in proportion. Prizes from
$4000 to $60,000. H. T. PETERS, Agont,
No. 90 Hasel street, Charleston, S. C.
November 7 Imo
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for families are viewed with favor by all intelligent cltl
zens, in and ont of ihe profession. The medicines or
specific for each disease ?9 supplied in proper quantities,
with fuU directions in a small book, and they have beon
tho means ol effecting very breat benefit. Tho system of
having a specific for erich particular disease, originated
with Dr. H., and hus been elaborated and ext ndod wim
great care, and for'heir simplicity and efficiency leave
but little to be desired. Depot, Ko. 5C2 Broadway, ti. Y.
November 7 1
The latest and most effectual remedy for the cure of
debility, loes of appotite, headache, torpor ol the liver,
otc, is PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by
all Druggists. th
What is TARRANT'-. EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIE .T, and what are its effects? These are ques?
tions which tho great American pubiic has a right to
ask, au i it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
saline cathartic, alterative and tonic, and ts most care?
fully preparea in tho form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all tho wonderful medical properties of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects wo would say that those who havo tosted
tho preparation aro the best judgoe, and thoy declare
over their own signatures that tho preparation will
promptly relievo indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize the
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tone thc bowels. Assist the
falling appetite. Cure thc heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give tliis Remedy one trial, and it
will convince you of tho above tacts.
TARRANT k CO.. Solo Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggist?. 3rnoj? September 13
The Time to ."Advertise in thc Country.
TUE PHONIX has a large circulation throughout tb?
middle anJ upper Districts ol' the state. Advertising
rates as reasonable as thc stringency of e money mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and othors wishing to use
the columns of tho paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 15 Columbia, s. c.
Shall Nail ur? be Sustained?
To givodobuT'atiug medicines to the weak is about as
sensible as lt would be to try to help a man to his feet
by kicking bim when he was down.
That sort ol practice is going ont of fashion. It hts
riled so many graveyards that poop e no longer believe
If those who are not strong by nature expect to avoid
tho attacks ef disease, they must endeavor to acquire tuo
vig r necessary to reel t it.
How is this to be done? Common sense suggests by
tho uso of invigorating medicine.
The (rreat . bjeot .s to SXBXNOTHKX THE SYSTEM wrrn
OUT EXCITING rr.
This object ls aecomp iahed by tho judicious use of ]
thc most potent and genial of all vegetable tomes and
alteratives, HOSTE I TER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Many valuable pro per ties are combined tn this prepara?
tion. It .inproves t.: appetite and ren .era digestion
easy and per.oct. It gives steadiness to the ?ervos, in?
duces a healthy, mturul flow of bile ; prevents constipa?
tion without undu y purging (ho bo ?ela ; gently stimu?
lates tho circulation, and by ? romoting a vigorous
condition of t .e physical system, promotes, also, that
cheerfulness which ls the truest Indication of a well
balanced condition of ail the animal powers.
summer lerves both the body and the mind more or
less exhausted. Now is the time to recruit them, and
thus forestall the malarious feve.-s and other complaints
which prostrate so many thousands eveiy Fall.
Knuff thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, tho creal English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and I'uychumctr.cian, who has aston
ishod the =>oientiflc classes ol ?ho Old World, has now lo?
cated hersch at Hud.-.on, N. Y. Ma J arno THOUKTON pos?
sesses such wondurAil powers ot second sight ss to ena?
ble her to mi par. knowledge of th: floatest imoortauce
to tho singlo or married of eithor sex. While m a stale
of trance, she delhi cutes ihe vory features of 'be person
you are to marry, und by the sid ot un instrument of in?
tense powor. known as tho Psychomorrope, fraarautees to
produce a life-liko picture of tho future husband or wife
ot the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
tn lile, leading traits of ehuracter, ftc. This ls no hum
bus, as thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture il wba; it i urports to bc. Py
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birth,
age, disposition ami complexion, and enclosuw fifty rei;t<
and clamped oavelope actdrossod to yourself, you will ie?
Cetvo thc picture ?nd desired iuioruialiou by reiurn mail,
AU communieations sacredly confidential. A<ldres? in
confidence. Madam" E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223.
ITuiVou. N. Y ly_March 3u
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It leaches how the homely may becomo boautilul, UM
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No young lady or gentleman should fall to tend tnoir
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March 30 _W
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ls necessary while using them, nor does their notion 11
uuy manner intenere with outness pursuits. Fri e ?>I
Either of the above-mentioned arri?lo-will be r?nt to
any address, closely seaied, and post-paid, by mail oi
express on receipt oj price. AUdrcts uh orders to
BERGER, SilCTTa k Cu., Chemist*,
March M ly Ko. '?BS River ?treot. irov, N. V,
There cometh glad tieiiuijs ol joy to all,
To young and io old, to b'e:.t uuU ie> ?mall;
Ihe oecuty which once ?as .--o pioeicus aud rare,
Is (toa tor ail, and all may be lair.
Cy tue usc of
For Improving and Beauliivin? the Complexion.
Ihe most valuable uud perfect prepaiaiion lu u.'.s. tor
giving the skin u beautiful pearl-lute tiut, that is only
li.uud in youth. It quickly removes 'J au, Freckles, Pim
pies, Blotches Moth Pitches, bal.ownes?. Erupiioue,
and ail impurities of the. skin, kindly healing the .same
Icavbig thc skin whne und clear as alabaster. Its u. e
cannot bu delected hy toe closest scrutiuy, and being u
.jetable reparation ia perfectly harmkx*. It i- the
only article ol tho kind used by thc French, und ls COM
lidcrod oy the Parisian us indispensable to a perfect
:.jileU Upwards ol 30,000 butties were sold during thc
pant year, a sufflciciii (ruarau.ec oi ita efficacy, i'riee
only ii cent -. .>-. i by mail, postpaid, on receipt o: tx
DEI: n?m. ft CO.. Chemists.
liner St., irov, N. V
jlareb BO._ lyr
THE KLt>KE.\CE GAZKTTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Al FLORENCE
b. C., offers u.i excellent medium to Merehunts ?nd
ethers who wish to extend thep business in the Pee
Deo section of the State. Rate? of advertising very rea
sonable. September li:
JOSE JABA, Proprietor,
No. 342 KING STREET,
TUE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
fri-nds and thu pubii generally that ho has tue
mo-t complete ato k of t-P.iNlSH AND AMERICAN SE
GARS, 'I\ BACCO, PIPES, and everything eiso connect
. cd with an establishment of his kind. Ho solicits tao
attention of his old customum and new friends to his un
I surpassed assortment. Among i thor thing?, he has just
recoived a new stock of genuine MEERSCHAUM, BRIAR
KOOT and genuine ENGLISH CLAY PIPES genuine
HAVANA SEGARS, kc, at Ike very lowest price. Call
ot LA CRIOLLA, No. :142 King street and seo lor jour?
s' Ives. .TOSE JARA. '
November 7 2 ml
HAVANA CIGARS, OF NEW CROP,
WHOLESALE A VD RETAIL.
PER STEAMERS COLUMBIA AftU MORO CASTLE,
I have received supphos of the fir dclass brands ol
PARTAGAS, LONDRES, size la and 2a
CABARGAS, LONDRE?, Flor, and Sup. and
ON HAND YET OF OLD CHOP ?
PRINCE OF WALES, I ONDEES
INTIMIDAD. BREVAS AND LONDRES
EL RICO, CONCHAS
LA MANOLA, LONDRES, etc.
Also on hand a full assortment of FINEST CHEWING
TOBACCO, tho most popular brands of SMOKING TO?
BACCO, MEEBSHAUM AND OTHER PIPES, and a
large lot of DOMESTIC CIGARS, some as low as S2 per
box. F. E. SCHBODEB,
Meeting street, opposite Miffs House.
November G tuths3*
_DRY GOODS, IETC.
FOG ARTIE & STILLMAN,
NE W STORE,
No. 281 King street.
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS.
OUR STOCK OF BLANKETS AND FLANNELS IS
now complete, comprising Bed and Crib Blankots.
Wo have a lot of All Wool 10-4 Bed Blankets which we
aro selliu g at $0 a pair, very cheap, slightly soiled.
FLANNELS of all d'sc iptions, whit? and colored.
Balladvale, Shaker. Domestic and We ch.
A good heavy All Wool ENGLISH FLANNEL at 4C
tn addition, wc are offering bargains in bil tho depart?
FOGARTY & STILLMAN, Agents,
NEW STOBE, No. 281 KING STREET.
420 DRY GOODS 420
THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE.
PRINTS AT 8c., 10c. AND 12>ic.
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings
Kentucky Jeans and Tweeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Cas aimeras
B.ack Silks at *1 and upward
A large and varied assortment of Shawls, frc.
Blankets, Whl o and Co.ored; Sw as Counterpanes, kc
Ladles' Black Cloth at tl and upward.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS !
OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
G0?DK0P & BECTHNER,
No. 420 Kin? st. (East sito),
TH SEE DOORS SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
November 4 ?
FALL ANO WINTER
TBE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS SPECIALLY
invitod io our Fall and Winter stoc; oj
FOREIGN ANO DOMESTIC
which ls now complet* In every department. In
WOOLLENS AND BLANKETS,
adapted to Planters' use, wc have a large stock, t<> which
we luvilo special attention.
3LARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN
No. 1*3 .UEKTINO STREET.
Soptcmbor 7 2mos
Just opened, and receiving by every
steamer, a full assortment of
Lace Goods and Em?
OUR CLOAK ROOM IS NOW FULL A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SILK AND CLOTH SACQUES,
BASQUES, CIBCULARS AND SHAWLS ON HAND AND
ARRIVING PER EVERY STEAMER.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
A RICH AND VAIvTED ASSORTMENT OF DRESS
GOODS, consisting of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
10PLLN8, EMPRESS CLOTHS, ALPACAS, and also
DRE-S GOODS OF THE LOWER GRADES, CALICOES,
SHEETINGS, SHIRTING, WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY
AND GLOVES, DRESS TRIMMINGS, in great variety;
and a fuU assortment of FANCY GOODS.
All of which rill be sold at the lowest market rates.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 263 KING STREET.
October 17 thsm2mo
ILL ANS WM CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 313 King Street.
TXrE HAVE JUST OPENID OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
\ y OF FALL AND WINTER CLO HING, to which
wo invito thOBe in want to ell aud examine uotore pur.
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities arc such t at ?a can
offpr our siock of Rnadv-mitde Clothing and Furuisuiug
Gooda ut such prices tnat will compare more iav rabi?
than anv other house in thc line.
Our s"tock o? Clot lng were manufactured under our
ou h ra ei vision, and con state tnat they aro made up in
? workmanlike manner, and of lashionable styles. Our
atook conrists ot ull grades-Fine, .Medium, and JLOW
lu addition to the above, we have on bar.d a very large
?tock ol YOUTH-'. BOYs' and CHXLDBEN'a CL 'TH
INti of all qualities, t urente will fi d lt to their advan?
tage'to call and ni.^ke a solcction. Our tizes range from
;i yean to 18 years of ugo. -"."" , "
WHITE AND LOLORED L?->EN SQIiiis, of all quoll
lirs, and warranted to flt.
We offer a lar^'c stock, consisti?*? of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Undershirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
andDrawero, Csuton Flannel Drawers Travelling ?hir.i.
all color= English Half Hose, suspenders, Bows, Nedi
Tic- .-ilk'end Worsted Starts, Silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs hymned and ready fot usc; Gloves, of French Dog
ikin, Buckskin, BucUskin Gauutiuu; French Kid?, Silk,
Cloth and Cassim OTC ; C'yllai?, of Linen anJ Pupi-r, ol
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We off. r for Freedmen's uso, at Eic !ow price of FIVE
DOI.LAli- PER SDH ( ack and Paul ;.
Wo respectfully solicit II call ir in tho citizens <>t
Charleston, and those visiting thc ci.y. o cur complete
?tock of CLOTUINU AND FURNISHING COOL?, and
..viii lake pleasure in showing our goods lo those who
luay favor us wi li a call, and wo will guarameu that we
will sell at buch prices that ?iii suit tn- lime ?, ior cash
nr city acceptance . <1E0. LITTLE .v. LO.,
No. 213 Emu' stree!,
October 29 tuths3moa Victoria Rang*.
MICTION S?. ES.
i l .UER DECREE IN i-itlUHTT
Sands e) Cv. vs. Carty
Will be sold under tho direction of tho anders? -ned. si
j the old Custom ll use, on TUESDAY, thu 26 h dsv (
Novo^uer. 1867, at ?1 o'clock A. M.
I \)1 that LOT OF LA >D, with the Buildm., tbi .
. : nate ou th? .South eine of Broad street, in il is
11 ty, measuring tn fi ont on said street irom Eist tn Wi t
37 loot 10 inches, moro or less; on the b eh linefrmu
host to U'.-st 27 ? ot ll inches, moro or les?; andi., lo th
f.-om North to -ou:h9i feet 4 inches, more or
B"'Ui:dlm North ou Broad s icct; Euston lands lately of
James Otb on; South on lands partly of Joel R Polnaet,
and par ly on a lot hcroiuaficr described; and West on
lands ol (j.-or^e Macaulay.
2. Ail that LOT OF LAND, situate on Elliott street,
measuring in fro"t cn said street 27 teat; bounding West
o:i lands of Alexander Brown; North on lands of Oeorgo
Macaulay, and partly on lot above described; Easton
lands of Joel R. Poinsett, and South on Elliott street.
The above two lots have boon held for many years as
3. All that TRACT OF LAND, with thc improvements
thereon, composed of two tracts, the Drat containing
about ISa acres, according to a plat thereof mode by
Charles Parker, . arroyar, ou 20th November, 1856, an?
nexed to deed from Winb ^ru i awton, Jr., to E. M. Carey,
l ilted 19 b Match, ISM, und recorded in th . Meses Con?
veyance oilicc tor Char.estot Lisirict, in Book Y, No 13,
pago 514; anti thc fccon.l Tr .et. -iniaiulng 3% acres,
more r icss; bounding East and Nort i p rt y ou a bold
creek couiiii ; om of Cooper River, and upon all nid 'H on
land formen', of Margaret Elliott, and having euch shape
aud form cs arc ropr. sented ou a plat thereof, dated tho
15th July, .771, ou retord in the olllco o. Register of
Me*ne Conveyance ot Charleston District.
Terms-Ouo-fourth cash; bala CJ in ?ve aqua! succes?
sive uranus! Insist nit?, cecured bv bond of purchaser?,
with mterest layuble annually from day of ?ale and
morty.-ge . f tho premisos Building- to be insured and
policio s assigne . Purchasers to pay for papers and
siamps. JAMES TUPP-R,
Nov. mber 7 th3tul Master in Equity.
U.\DER DECREE IN I?QTITY.
Mitchel vs. Garden.
Will be snld, under tho direction of the undersigned, i
thc Old Custom House, in this city, on 1UE>D lY, thu
2oth day of November, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.:
1. ALL THAT HOUSE AND LOT, on the South side
of Beaulain street, in this city, known by the nu i ber
31, and measuring m front ol said street twenty-five (25)
feet, and in depth sixty (CO) feet, more or less ; bounding
East by land of E. Garden, West by land of R. Holloway,
North by Beaufaiu street, and South by land of G. W.
2. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS
and linpro oments thereon, situate on the North side of |
West street, in this city, and measuring iu front on West
street thirty-five (35 feet, and in depth one hundred and
forty 140) feet, more or less; bounding ti the North on
land now or late of itlchard Holloway, to the south on
West street, to the Ea-t on land now or late of Mrs. Fa?
ber, and to th Wes> on land now or late tho property of
tho Estate of John Y. Br eley.
'Jerms-One-third cash; balance in three sucsessive
annual instalments, recured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgaso of tho premises, with mterest nom d y of
sal . payable annually, buildings to be Insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay or papers and stamps.
Nov mber 7 thJtul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Whalen vs. Cuthbert.
Will be sold, under thc direction of the undersigned, at
tho Old Custom House, on t u .SDAT, the 12th day
of November, 1867, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
AU that PLANTATION situate near Gardner's Corner,
in tho Parish of Pt ince Williams, known as Cotton Grove,
containing (800) eight hundred acres, more or less;
bounded to tho Nortn and F.a-t on lands of tho estate of
William Bold and of Thomas Rhodes; to the South on
lands of Thomas Rhodes, and to the Wost on Hosper
1 erma-One-third cash; the balanco In one and two
years, secured by bond ot tho purohaser and mortgage
of tho promises, with hit rest payable annually from day
of sale. Purchasor to pay for papers and stamps.
October 24 th3lul_Master in Equity.
The Mat' of South Carolina, Beaufort District,
Mun/ M. Farr, Administratrix, vs. Joseph A.
/?arr, et al.-Bill for Account and Partition.
In obed enco to the order of the otirt in the above case,
I will Bell, on the first >.OND.\Y ia December next,
before tho Court House in Minson ville, on tn o follow
in? term-that is to r.ay all sums under $6i 0 casb
ali cums of, aid over (500 one-fourth ca h;
the halan"8 payable in on1 and two equal an?
nual nst lmcnts, to bo recured by bonds bearing
interest fr m tho dite bereif, to be pal J annually
with personal security and mortgage of the property.
The purchasers to pay for stamps and papers,
> ll that PLAN l'A I ION, OR [RAC! OF LAND, situat?
ed lu tho District and st tte aforesaid, nea the village of
Coo.-awhatchit, . ontaluiru three hundred and twenty
throe acres, morn or less aud known ss the Riley Tract.
All that other PIECE. PARCEL, OR TRACT OF PINE
LAND, sltuatod in tho ristilctaiid State af?reselo, near
the village of Uillisonville, containing 150acres, more or
leas, and belonging to tue lilley Tract.
Thetoi or PIP E, PAR EL, OR TRACT OF LAND,
in said District, containing 106 acres.
Jhot riECF., PARC LL, OK TRACT CF LAND, situ?t
od In tho village of etlblsonvillo. containing C . acres,
moro or lea*, und known as the Farm.
That PIECF. OR P VRCEL OF LAND, situated in the
village ol Gillisonvillo, coataiui g 5 acies, more or less.
That PIECE OR LOT OF LA NP, in the v'llago of f .?
sawbatehio, containing 172? cres, more or less.
Ihoso three PIECES, PAliCELS, OR LOTS OF LAND,
In the village of Coosawhatchte, containing 3 acres, more
That other PirCE, PARCEL. OR I OT OF LAND, in
Coosawhatchie, containing 4 acres, more o lees.
Those two PIECES, Ott PA TIC EL?, OR LO I'S OF
LA>D. in th village of Grahti uville, containing 3 acres,
moro or loss.
Tba PIEOE OF PINE LAND, trusted near the vii.
la,o of Grahamville, containing 96 acres, moro or lo s.
That PLANTATION, OR IRACT OF LAND, situat-d
in tho Dis riet and -t ito aforesaid, on the Waters of j
Hroad i.ivcr, contalnlurr 622 aorc , moro or less, coin
mo: ly known us Tichon, and
A LOT tn the villngo or isiulftm, containing 1 acre, moro
or lese, with valuable improvements.
C?Aa. V. lil. LL, Commissioner.
Octob * 31 tbi
SKIVES! SWfeS! STOVES!
THE VERY LOWEST kTKET PRICES.
T1I? JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November ll 2mo> Charleston, S. C.
FALL AND WJiWFR GOODS
DORBAUM & MENKE,
NO. 186 KING STREET, THREE DOORS ABOVE
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL. SUPPLY OF FALL
AN D WIN 1 ER GOoDo of every desorption, burts
lilted In mo nighest styio, and as cheaply as cn be done
uy any other e?iabiishmo..t In thc city. Full snislacti. n
guaranteed. th tu.mo October 17
LDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR F\LL AND WINTER
Sl'Oi'KOF CLOTHS, CASSLMER S AND VLST
IASIS, which they arc prepared to make up, OR WILL
.-ELL BV 1HE YARD.
MEN'S PUBKIsBING GOODS,
seen AS :
WHITE LINEN EOSCM SH RIS, SH.AKSPEARE COL?
Merino and Shaker Flannel Underskirt ind Drawers
Duke of E.lin Uig'i Cravat Iles
.suspender.-. Kid Gloves
Linen . SmbriO Bludtarehicfe, Cj-tnr. nail Hoie
english silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH A H EY WILL SELL AT HIE LOWEST
BARGAINS ?? FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WEES.., PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of dlr? ct importation iiom Liveipo.il, which we
eiffar at Whole- ale und Retail, ut a '.onside.able reduction
fr im impart cost, or CJ low as th;- iuierior article of
American Flannels, l ney arc all Wool, without mixture
ol shoddy, aud aro admirably adapted tor Ladies' Balmo?
ros. 38 AND 34: BROAD STREET.
T71ULL INSTRUCT10 : BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
y male or l'?mule, e?n nisssi r ?ujivea. uri ol Ven
iriioqiti3ui DJ a low hours' practica, making a work] o
mu, and alter Deco ting : ? thou v?.ves, eau t?:aei
o hers, thereby ni: '...:.. ; il .: so tree of ..c me. Full tu
-. mott ni sent by mall ...-..Oie?;.;.-.. featUiactlon guar
\-.areS3 K Q. Drawer 21, :. ?..., N ?;.
Vat l: _ lyr
TII?1 SuXTSIt IV.V-i . \N
ts PUBLIOHED EVERY WED::. .AT BU?
t TER, s. C., by GILBERT k Fl -, Proprietor
i: FOUR DOLLAlis ? er anuru. . . lyinsdvana
ad vrr tisemenfs inserted at usu .
Everyrtyle >u -loo inntiu. ? . ihr" '. .'. .
-ivieami 3rcaif.?t .l:.-t..iuti. M BI?M ?
Strips, Sides, Shoulders, ?rc.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will Mil THIS DAY, in front of their ?tore, at 9*
18 boxes OHOirfl THIN STRIPS
8 hhd C. R. Sids?
7 hods. Shoulders
10 boxes Choice S. C. Hams
SOO boxes Herrings
- 8 boxes .'.ides In dre salt
15 packages Butter. November 7
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks, Dry Goods, Clothing, ?e.
BY MILES DRAKE
At 10 o'clock THIS MORNING, I will sell at my store,
comer of King and Liberty streets.
A desirable assortment of DrtY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hoopskirts, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, tc.
A line of LADIES' SILE AND CLOTH CLOAKS.
On TO-MOBR?W I will ell,
100 casis BOOTS AND SHOES, just received per
steamships Saragossa and G. B. Dpt n. November 7
Special Sale of Unreserved Dry Goods, Clothing,
Dots, Fancy Good* and Millinery.
CAMPBELL. KNOX k CO.
Cash Auction House, No. 55 Hascl street
Will tell THIS DAY, commencing at 10 oVlook.
60 pieces Assorted LONGCLOTHS, Brown shirtings
SO Lom; Woo! Plaid Shawls, B.anket?
'25 pieces Fancy Cassimt-res and Satin' ts, Tweeds,
Scotcu Plaids, Jlcrlnoca, Dc:oincs, Pnuts, Coats, Pauta,
Caps. Straw Hats, tc.
Honer?. En?eld Groy Phirts, Gloves, Buttons. Belts,
Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs, Cutlery, &c.
RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Flowers. Cloak Ornaments,
Cambrics, Jaconets, Diapers, Towelling, ire.
Conditions cash._November 7
MILLIGAN & SON,
No. 32 Vendue Range,
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
MAHOGANY AND WALNUT BEDSTEADS, Bureaus,
SIDEBOARDS, Dining Tal les, Cane-seat and Windsor
Chairs, Rockers, .Alattresses, Cooling Stoves and Uten?
sils; C small Stove?, Washstands, Basin and Goblet,
Crockery and Glassware, with an assortment of House?
hold and Kitchen Utensils; Dry Goods, B o ts, Shoes,
Hats, Tr?nke, Ac, Ac._NovemberJ7
Sale of Dry Good*, by order of J. P. M. Epping,
United St:tes Marshall.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auctioneer*, No. 13d Meeting street.
Will continue above sale, by catalogue, on MONDAY,
lllh November, and succeeding days.
DRESS GOODS,^LK^?^ETtINC^C%'srMEBES, SAT
INETS, L NGCLOTHS, HOSIERY, Ac.
MILLINERY GOODS, l.ibbons, Hats, trimmed and
u tri i.med; Ready-mado Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
GOLD and SALVER WATCHES. CUTLERY, 4c.
The above sale is well worthy the attention of city and
country buyers, as the stock consists of goods suitable
for a first-class store
For particulars, see catalogues, which will be ready for
delivery on Saturday next, at No. 18C M. ET EN G
STREET and at our W .OLESALE PROVISION WARE?
HOUSE, No. 371 East Bay. November 7
OHS, PAINTS, ETC.
OAK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMAr-D FOB THIS BELTING DU?
BING, i olouel L. M. H A TC .'6 Agency, ls sufficient gua?
rantee I T ita qualities.
For Skia at New York prloos, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET,
October 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
WHITELEAD AND Mil PAR
IO OOO LEAD PKEMIUM PUBE WHITE
10,0 0 lbs. puro Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New York White Lead
6.000 lbs. puro French White Zinc
10,000 Iba. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Suow White Zinc.
Ali ot the above for salo low by
HOLMES ti CALDER,
Octobers Imo_No. 120 MeeUng street
OIL! OIL ! OIL !
_f\(\ GALLONS PUBE WINTER SPERM OIL
'JUU 600 gallons Win.er Bleached Whale Oil
800 gallous No. 1 Lard Oil
COO gall?os No. 1 Tanners' Oil
60C gallons White Oak Oil
300 ga lons puru Neatofoot Oft
700 gallons English Lin eed Oil
100 gallons Bolled Linseed Uti.
For salo low at HOLMES ft CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 120 Meeting street
BOOTS, SHOES, ET0.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JUST RECEIVED, IN ADDI HON TO OUR FORMER
STOCK, FIVE HUNDRED CASES OF BOOTS AND
SHOIS, direct from thc manufacturer*, which wo odor
for sale at tho lowest markot prices.
D. F, FLEMING & CO.,
NO. 2 HAY?E STREET,
CORNER OF CHURCH STREIKT.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS. SHOES AND TRUES,
AT No. 141 JU K KT IN G STREBT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 31 Imo
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
NO. 297 KING STREET.
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 C
MW? NOW IN USE!
PA.VKM.VN HEPATIC HITTER*.
I'A.NKM.V's HEPATIC 8ITTERS,
.WfiMV's HEPATIC BITTERS,
PlNK.MN'S H I-.PAT IC BITTERS,
P.iNKNlN'S ill- PA TIC RITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC NOW LN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONI - N >W IN USE.
THE BEST TONTO NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW TN USE.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
?OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
November 6 24
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriagps.
THI?> INGENIOUS AND VERY USEt UL INVENTION,
whl h has been patented in che Uuited states,
france and En land, 1 - now offered bv thc subscriber to
tho public, fooling assured they wit] lind it, upon exami?
nation, one ot tho greatest inve lions oi thc oye.
Prominent among ita advantag s ure:
FIBST-The faci.ity ith which horses mo- bc harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a carria*-c, also rcuderlug lt
uunecessaryfor tho person unharnessing to pass between
or behind the horses as ls customary, thu J avoi leg any
n'abldty ofbeLig kicked.
SECOND-tn case ol a horso falling, ho may be loo??d
from thecarriage in ouc second, Without thc driver loav
ing his soat. It ts so simple ia its operation that a child
can ?ora it.
THIRD AM) GREATEST-In CSEC? of horses taking fright,
becoming uumauugablc or ruuniug away, tho ternb.e
consequences which sofrequootlylollowmay bo allovold
cd by this bhnple application to carriages, as the hors s
caa bo loosed fr> m tho carriage "ui:i twinkling,' and the
carrlago is quickly and safely stopped. .
MrTc. D?CREUX gave seven! public exhibition*. The
great favorsu.l pruwe inanitested by the public on these
oo;-ai<ions. i- one oi tho evidences oi a pootuar appr?cia
uon ot' its merits. ._, .
j orm !Day bc known and orders received tor applying
.'-.-i, -cu: to rarriagee,orpurchasuoi state Rights,by
BddKbSinil to C\ DI'i KLUX, Patewee.
J No. &3 Llizjbct.i street, New v(,rk.
THE ORAVGEBCRG V IV??,
nUBLISUiil J:*--;.:.'-" -ATURL T MORNING, A
I i-a.ic'?-';U't'> * Icruis ?2 per uuniuu, in at'
lim ing the sprinjj ?nd faii seasons extra copies ol Un
, IUASQEUCUJ NE wa whl bu circulated toe the benalit i>.
:.ur advertising patrous.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the mosthbera.
lornis. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orungeburg Now?,
February 25 Orangebmy, s
Bacon, Batter, Cheese, efe.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be iola, THT8 DAT, on Brown'? Wharf, at three,
q uar era paat 0 o'o lock,
9 hhrta. 8IDK?
16 bbla. Clear Fork
80) Choice Strips
78 firkins Batter
2i boxes Pineapple Cheese,
Conditions cash._ _November 7
Clothi g, Prints, Jewelry, Watches, ?je.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS ? SO VS.
THIS DAT, the 7th inst, at 10 o'clock, we will sell at
onr salesroom, -\o. 36 ti arne street,
Doz Hoop uk ir ts
Doz Linen and Hickory
M Paper Cellars
Fine assortment of Jewsl
\ Fine assortment of Walsh?
es, Ac., ?c.
Kegs NAILS I Boxes FAMILY SOAP, Ac,
Bbls Biscuits. I Ac.
Marlie Top Centre Table, Cot/age Sets, Double
and Single; Stoves, Wire Safe, Mattresses, PU
lows, Blnck-board.% School Tables. Desks,
Lamps, Crockery, Kitchin Furniture, ?rc, ?rc
BY HOLM TS & MACBtTH,
TniS DAT, November 7th, at ihe residence known aa
No. 85 Lroad, South s.de, near King str?e-, at ll
o'clock, will be sold. Novembe 7
Furniture of Family Leaving the City.
BY H. M. MARSHALL & BROS.,
TC.MORROW, at io ?4 o'clock, st Northeast corner of
Meeting ?nd George streets, will be sold,
BEDSTEADS, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Washstands.
Chairs, Feather Beds. Mattrasses, Blankets, Ac, ftc.
Ship Chandlery, saved from late Fire-On account
of all concerned.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be seid at Public Auction, on TO-MOBROW, 8th
instant, at ll o'clock, at th? store No. 73 Last Bay,
QUANTITY MANILLA AND HEMP ROPE AND JENE
Sheets Yellow Metal and Copper Rods
Lot Blocks, Out ai d Wrought Spikes uni Nails
Lot Iron, Hooks and Thimbles
Canvass, forton Waste, Rigging Sereww, ftc
barrels of Tar, Pitch, Potash, Oils, ftc.
ONE IBON SAFE AND LEFTER i BESS.
' onditions cash. Neram bar 7
Ho. 135 Coming street, West tide, one door Marth
of Radcliffe, at Auction,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Basti Estate Agents, No. 37 Broad street.
On THURSDAY, the 14th inst, at tl o'clock, at tho ol?
Custom House, East end of Broad airest;
All that LOT OF LAND, situated ts above, with a two
story Wooden Building thereon, containing four rooms,
dressing room and pantry, kite-hen, fte.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and three
years. Purchaser to pay 8. ft McG. for pape a and
stamps. thsmwthS November 7
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Bawl Batate Agents, No. 33 Broad street.
At Private Sile or to:
VALUABLE BICE, COT rON AND PBOYIBION
PLANTATIONS AN < FARMS on the Waooamaw, San
tec, Ashley, nando and Cheehaw Elvera and tn the vi?
cinity of Charleston. a tah November 1
Private Sale, to Close Cvrsignments, Bacon
Sides, Shoulders, ?re. Mow landing and tn
store, for tale,
BY Mc H AY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Meeting street, and No. 371 Eaat
1 A A BARRELS OF THE ABOVE TN STORE.
JL\J\J For sale by CHIt?OLM BROTHERS,
East Bay, corner Anger's Whait
November 7 1
TO SKA I-LA ND
THE A BOPRIETO F 8 OF "BOLTON PLANTATION,"
late "BARKKR'S." In -t Andrew's Parish, having
put in successful operation AicCARTHTb GI 8, pro?
pelled by steam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
PB.. PA BIN G FOR MARE i-T SEA .SLAND COTTON, at
customary rates of tole.
The ginning and preparation of the Cotton will be
under the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. S. LE?
GARE, to whom all app dca tiona may be addressed. .
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOB THE PROPRIETORS.
AFREsH SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE 0 LEB RAT. D
COTTON TIE, jost received per Chattanooga,
from Liverpool. For side by
ROBERT MURE & CO.
October 29 turhsS
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Mcetins Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
Dealers in aU kunda of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS
HENEREVS MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY * SON'S SAW GIN AND CON
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLiNDER GIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GM B0R,;E POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE A*T> CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power Into the market, we
would state that the io do wing aro tome of the advan?
tages possessed bv the "LITTLE GIANT" over all otter
Horse powers :
I. Its groat strength on account of beluga onbhygeared,
which not only doubles the strength by dividing thi
strain on twice the number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of the wheels lt equalizes the waar on tao
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, SSJSMIBJS] the
horses to do mach more work than with any other
2. Its compactness and extrema portability, lt wSighing
about onc-hali as mach as other Hone Powers, and coca -
pyi ig but one-third the space, it can be packed in small
bo.es, thus saving much expense. It is so simple that
the most ignorant person woind have no dim caley in
putting lt together.
3. The iacliity with which it can be adjusted to any
kind ol machinery at any anglo, either on th? ground or
over bead, without moving it from ita foundation, win
be app? eclated by f.rmersand plantera as specially adapt
od for driving Cotton Gins.
HORACE L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING 19 REAPING MACHINES.
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
PLOW CASTINGS, m evory varloty ; Culhvatora ;
Hcrae Hoes ; Harrow.- ; Cast Iron Field and Garden Boi?
lers; Fan Mills; Corn Mill.-; corn aboliere; CornaudCob
Crashers ; Hay, straw and Com btal? Cutters ; Planta?
tion Carts sud Wagons ; canal and Garden Barrows ;
sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Chums :
hovels ; >pades ; Rakes ; Foru ; Hoes, ftc., Ax, Gar?
den eeo ls, oi all Kiudd, wurrantsd pur. and i resh. -
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPP- *TT? PAVILION HOTEL,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Iun<' 18 * - tuths
EXCELSIOR !_EXCELSIOR !
for armoring superfluous lialr.
H^O THE LADL - t>P? LiLLT. ruI* EVALUABLE
i deuiiawrs reconiuieadi UseU as oeiiy au almost rn
?speiiMb.e article to leiaolc t.j.u.y.? c-suyapplied,
catauro er in.ur- tn? -kin, hu. *.? direct iy.on (he
o-V [. i- ..uiivu t.? i caw ve iupelVn.ous hair'rom
;ow foreheads, ot trow any part o' thu body, .tompteudy
nuuivaad redh-slly exurpaung the mm.-, huvuig u>
m ott. riuooth mu? uaturaL Thia ls the only arti cl*
? e l Uv ibo French, and is the only real aflsjctauil dspila.
lory lu existence. Price 76 cents per package,' poa
? ,?"i tn suv address, on receipt of an order, bj
I ?ia w . BERGER, SHOTTS A CO., Chemists,
March SO lyr No. '??5 River st, Troy, N. t