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LIST OE L LITERS BEMAINLN'G IN I UL l'USlOF
FICE Al TUE END OF EAcH WEEK. ACCORDING
IO THE PLO VISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICL
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1867.
L O C A L M A T T E R S
.1UCTION SALES THIS DA Y.
li. M. MARSHALL A- BRO. will soil, at lOj o'clock, i
furniture, ?LO. !
W. Y. LEIICH & R. S. BRUN? will sell at ll *
o'clock, ship cnaaidlery,&c.
Mu.'s DBAKK will Bell ut 10 o'clock, boow and
KILROY <fc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, dry Roods,
clothing:, fancv goods. &c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX dc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
fruits, jellie-, &c.
LOOK OCT FOR A FORTUNE.- Tho sale of tickets
for thc gracd schcuio of the Georgia Lottery
closes on thc 13th. Tho prico of the "ie'rets is
moderato, and the investment will prove profita?
Citv Hall.2 5
Merket Hall. 0 H
WhSuiugtou Engine House . ."> 14
Total .7 21
ST. MAUR.-Flic Wizard had another good au?
dience last ni^bt, and his performance was fully
equal to the first. St. Maur is perfect in tho art
of Ventriloquism, but needs some practice to be?
come equal lo the great magicians oS the present
day. His different tricks are, however, well per
fe recd, and it is evident that he has not mis:aken
hiB caning. _
UNTIED STAT:S COUBI-HON. GEORGE S. BRYAN
PEES ED INO.-George A. Hawler, of Abbeville Dis
tiict. and 'ohnA. Hunter were, upon motion, ad?
mitted as Commissioners of the United States fer
Thc rights of citizenship were conferred upon
W. J. P. Gercke, on his subscribing to the usual
A DOUBLE WEDDINQ.-St. Luke's Church was
crowded last night to it? utmost capacity by the
friends of two happy couples, (the bri-.es being
sisters) who were simultaneously joined in the
bonds of wedlock. The double redding seemed
to awaken the liveliest interest in thc vast
tbrong, and many were the kind wishes we heard
expressed f jr the lasting welfare and happiness of
all tho parties.
CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.-A meeting of this
Society is called at the College Chapel, on Tuesday
afternoon, at 4 P. M., November 12th, in accord?
ance with the following resolution, adopted at a
meeting of the Board on the 4th inst. :
Resolved, That tbe Board of Managers of the
Charleston Bible Society refers the question of a
reunion with the American Bible Sooiety to a meet?
ing- of the Charleston Bible Society, to be held at
the Collego Chapel, on next Tuesdav, at 4 P. M.
4 J. N. ROBSON, Secretary.
CORONOB'S INQUEST.- Coroner Whiting held yes?
terday sn inquest over the body of a freedman
named William Prown, a seaman on a coasting
schooner. The Captain had forbidden any of the
hands to leave the boat, but Brown becoming
drunk took the small boat and started for Vander
horst'e wharf by himself. He was found on Tues?
day afternoon ia thc boat, which had drifted to the
marsh on Jamos' Island. The verdict of tho jury
was that the deceased came to his death from ex?
posure and intemperance.
A TRAIN ON FIRE AT OBANOEBUBO.-AS the
down freight train from Columbia, on Wodnesday
evening, arrived at Orangeburg, it was discovered
that one of the cars, containing twenty-six balea of j
ootton, bad taken fire. The alarm was immedi?
ately given, and in a fow minutes the Orangeburg
Ere Company arrived and poured a stream of
wa*er on to the blazing mass. There was no dif?
ficult} in subiraing the fl mies ; but, had it not
been for the promptness and efficiency of tho Or?
angeburg Fire Company, the fire might have
spread and consumed the whole train of twenty
Tax BR?DERLICHE BUND.-Tho musical and
dramatic entertainment given by this Socio ty at
thoir hall in King street was attended last night
by a large audience of our Teutonio citizens. The
theatrical season has commenced favorably, and
though the entertainments given by tho Bruder?
liche Bund and other Geru.au societies are in?
tended principally for the members, all who take
any interest in the proceedings can attend. A
good auuionce was in attendance at the hall last
night, the fair sex hugely predominating. The
performances were opened by tho Orchestra, un?
der the charge of Professor Hoffman, who played
a chorus, a comic piece, a suprano solo from
Travista, and a chorus from the Creation. Tho
theatricals consisted of a oomedy in ore act. "The
Straight Way is the Best," by Ko'^ebue. In this
play the characters wero well sustained by the
amateur actors, and the interest kept up lo the
close. After the play the floor was cleared for a
dance, and the merry sound of music was heard
until a late hour.
WILMINGTON A:;D MANCHESTER RAILROAD.--We
published last week the proposition made by Pre?
sident Drone io English capitalists to borrow a
million of dollars, agreeing to take a certain por?
tion cf the loan in Conie ierate Cotton Bonds at
twenty-fiva oents in the one hundred. Since then
we seo that the proposition is creating some in?
terest and inquiry in the moneyed circles cf Eng?
land. The London Cosmopolitan of October 2d,
bas the following interesting Item in regard to the
We briefly oalled attention last week to the pro?
position foi an English loan pat forth by the North
Carolina, Wilmingtou and Manchester Railroad.
The novelty of the proposition consists in the faot
that Goner? Drone, tho President of the Com
Eanv, who issues his pxopos.il through the well
nown firm of Messrs. R. Bensoa & Co., agrees to
take a cert m port on of the loan m Confederate
Cotton Bonds at 25 cents in tho 100. As these
bonds are nearly ad held in England, and as they
nave been quoted as low as 4 to 5 per cent., we
are not surprised to learn that General Drone has
received over fivo hundred letters soliciting par?
ticular informaticn in regard to the condition and
Erespects of the railway company now in the mar?
et tor a sum of ?200,000. With continued peace
in Europe and tba lne.itable triumph of the Con?
servatives in America in the coming Presidential
eleotion, we believe that within twelve months
European capital, now stagnant ir neaps, w?rbe
begging for Southern investment.
THE GREAT MUSSUM COLLECTION AND MENAGE?
RIE.-Dan Castello, the great showist, will be here
and open his canvas on Monday next, the 11th.
The Charleston community have been BO long de?
prived of any rational amusement, that Dan's
great moral sh JW will ba reoeived enthusiastically,
and the canvas will be nightly crowded with hun?
dreds who bave not lost their taBte for foot-lights
and Bowdnst, Dan is not a stranger to thia com?
munity, and his cirous will be appreciated by
ihoso who saw the wonderful performances of h:a
troupe when her? last. Under these circumstances,
it is u eless to attercpt a descriptioa of the won?
ders of Dan's Show, as it is indescribable. He is
on indefatigable manager, and during bis South?
ern tour has collet ted many curiosities that will
delight his Charles; on audiences. His tour through
the South has been ono succession of triumphs,
and bia harvest of greenbacks has been plentiful.
The finances of Charleston are not in the best con?
dition, but there is some spare change floating
around that will find ita way into Dan's -strong
box. Au oid friend should not bo forgotttr, and
Dan is too well known to be ignored. His eireu?
i* an institution, and the Charleston public are too
fond of these amusements to neglect one that has
been tri od and found not wanting.
PRICE O? STOCKS.-The assets of the Bank ot
Augusta were placed on the market at the city of
Augusta, Ga., on Tuesday last, and, as many of
our readero are interested in the s'ocks there offer?
ed for sale, we herjwi'h give the prices, &c.
8tate of South Carolina six per cent, bonds,
$1000 each, payable July, 1878, $39 50.
atate of Georgia six per cent, bonds. *250 each,
payable 1870,172 50.
Stato of Alabama 5 per rent, bonds, $1000 each,
payable 1872, $45 a 45 25.
?itv of Augusta seven per cent, bonds, $1000
each, payable 1876, $63.
City of Columoia, S. C., six per cent, bonds were
City of Savannah seven per cent, bonds, 3500
eaob.'poyable 1S85, $60 25 a 68 50.
City of Mompbis six per cont, bonds, $1000 each,
endorsed by Mtmphia and Charleston Railroad,
$50 a 50 50.
Tho Florida bonds wero withdrawn.
Mern hi? and Charleston Railroad soven per cent
bonds, $1000 each, payable 1830, $80.
South Carjhna Railroad percent, bonds, $500
each, payable 1874, $53 a 55.
South Carolina Railroad seven per cent, bonds.
$57 a 58.
Nashville and Chattanooga six per cent, bonds,
endowed by State of Tenreaeee, $56 25 a 58.
THE LOW LOTS,-A lwgo portion ot the pi
City of Charleston ie built on ?nado laud, a
many instances this is below the water lev?
subject to bo il >o.!od bj- i,ho Spring tides. X
peculiarly tho case in tho Upper \Vards in
streets bordering on tho riv? rs and in many ]
the v icant Iv.s are little bolter than bogs, co
with a green.-ii mould and oinuiiny u malani
L vary unbeahhy. One of these lot*, situ?t
tiie Lead o; East Bay, iu Calhoun street, is
below tho water level and tho lovel of the
walk and tho adjoining property, AS a na
consequence it is either covered with mud o;
comes a morass that is a nuisance to tho u
borliood. Many of the malarious fevers that
infested the Neck during the past Summer Ot
traced to the numerous low places in that sec
and it becomes an imperious necessity to ht
prompt and careful inspection made of this
tiou. The Upper Wards have long been the
unhealthy portion of thc city, und the Neck f
which waa at one time consilfed a dango
disease, was only a modified type of the c NJ
fever, causod by tho low lots and want of drab
Since tho annexation this bas boen modified
great extent, but in many places thc evil util!
ist? and nowhere is it more prominent than in
Eastern end of Calhoun street. If tho owne
this pioperty will not fill it up or drain it so
dry land can sometimes be seen, it becomes
imperitative duty of the Board of Health to 1
the necessary drainage or filling done at the
pense of the owner. The community must
suffer for the indolence of an individual, and
lot in Calhoun street ha3 been a crying nuist
for many months. It is full time that some at
tion should be paid to this lot in Calhoun st:
as its present condition is a disgrace to its ou
and the city, and a nuisance to the entire nei
CONDITION OF THE FBEEJDMEN ON THE COAST
POET OF AN INTELLIGENT BUB ZAC AGEVT.-We b
seen the report, for the month of October last
Captain H. C. Brandt, Sub-Assistant Commissi
er Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abando
Lands, for St. Peter's Parish, South Carolina.
He represents the rice crop in the Eastern i
lower part of St. Petor's Parish as more promis
this than last year; that tl e freedmen will obt
a good share thereof as their portion, and t
they have, as a general principle, behaved w
In tho upper or cotton District, thoy have negle
ed their obligations to the planters-the majoi
of the latter being disheartened in consequen
and some will only plant next year a few bundi
icreB of the staple and corn, having only the b
Behl hands to work for them, while others ;
abandon planting and sell their lands, or h
them out at two dollars per sere. The in
people have not done half work in the t
per part of the District, and the decline in t
price of cotton will assist to make many plant?
heavy losers, and in many instances not co\
money advanced to laborers. Not only have t
freed people not properly planted and worked t
lands on the whole-there have, of course, beei
few exceptions-averaging from five to ten aei
usigned to them by their employers, but hie ot
inspection has convinced him that in some i
stances they have only harvested two bushels
x>rn to the acre. Tho prospect is that starvatu
nrill, in some parts of the District, ensue ne
rear, unless the freedmen work faithfully for t!
planters, and consequently for themselves. '.
Dther portions of the District (the rico portion
the freedmen will this season harvest from fifty
roe hundred and fifty bushels of the cereal on tl
lands assigned to them for their own use, besid
i goodly quantity of vegetables, corn, potatoes, &
Depredations against planters have bean commi
ted to a great extent, in stealing cotton and corn, ax
in shooting and stealing hogs, (owls, dc. The who
sivil authority in the District is too weak to effect t
irrest The Captain has his own constables, and
thereby enabled to arrest and punish delinquent
The whole District has been visited several time
thoroughly inspected by day, and often by nigh
and at least twenty cases of dispute between pla:
tera and freedmen satisfactorily settled, besidi
holding meetings of freedmen at Matthew's Bini
Parachuela, Bobertsville and elsewhere-advisin
them regarding their duties as citizens and as U
wards the planters. The recent eleet ion in Savai
nab has had the unfavorable efleet of creating a
excitement among the freedmen in the Distric
becauhc their apostle Bradley has been success
ful-hundreds from St. P. tor's Parish DH tri i
having registered in Savannah and voted tl
Bradley ticket. All the influence of the Cr.ptai
was without avail to convince these misguide
people of their error. In conclusion, the Captai
urgently recommends tho employment of mount
ed men in bis Dislrict as patrols, to arrest dit
turners ol the peace and to maintain order.
SPECIAL RELIGIOUS SEE VICES FOE YOUNG MEN.
As will be seen by the following circulars, the ve
rions Young Men's Christian Assooiations on tbi
continent design uniting together on tho comic
Sabbath, and every evening during the comic
week, in religious services for those Association
and the young men of the laud. In roplv to th
several circulars issued by the Association of thi
city, we learn that nearly all our ministers hav<
consented to devote one service on Sunday es
penally to young men, and to be present in th
evening and take an active part in the Unio:
Prayer Meeting, which will be held in some churcl
to be he.-eaf ter designated :
EX'TTVE CoM*TEE OF THE Y. M. O'. ASSOCIATIONS,
OF I HE U. S. ANO BRITISH PBOVTNCIS,
No. 161 FIFTH AVENUS, N. Y. CTTT,
September 20th, 1867.
Tu ul Young Mts** Citrustiah Aseocia.ioas :
BEETHBEBT :-At the Convention of Young Men'i
Christian Assooiations for the United States ancl
British Provinces, bel i at Montreal, in June last
resolutions were adopted recommending ttl! tnt
Second Sabbath in November next, and the even'
inga of the ensuing week, be set apart for sp?cial
prayer for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit ou
tho members of these Societies throughout the
world, and for tho increased efficiency of these
agencies for the salvation of young men.
Tue duty of presenting this recommendation tc
the Chr atian Associations of all lands was im ios
ed upon this Comauttt -; in the fulfillment of that
duty this Circuit: is issued. One year ago there
waa a very general observance, by the American
Associations, of the kindred recommendation
made by the Albany Convention. The reports re?
ceived by the Committee touching that observ?
ance, and tending to show its results, were of the
most encouraging; character. In many, tho in?
terest manifested in meetings on th? dav ol
prayer was suoh as to demand the immediate
establishment of a daily or weekly prayer meet?
ing, while in every case good results were obvious
Every consideration bearing upon the best in?
fere its of these Associations, urges a solemn and
general observance of the day thus designated. It
is believed that no words from ibo Committee can
odd emphasis to this recommendation with a nv
who really love this great work for young men.
Tho great blessings which have been showered
upon these Societies call for special remembrance.
Assooiations have been multiplied, large additions
made to the rolls of members, strong friends pro?
vided, treasuries filled, and young men converted;
therefore, let us not forget, in this day of prayer, to
render sincere and heartv thanks unto tho Olver of
every good and perfect gift. The Committee, as ihr?
did on a former occasion, respectfully request tl
Clergy to give this cause a place in tho public wor?
ship of the day indicated, and also to address
their congregations on the object and work cf
The Committee trusts that tho officers of each
Association seek, in this, the concarreuce and Co?
operation of the Pastors in their own localities, as
in all other works they may have in hand.
Let the reports constantly received, of increas?
ing progress, make our hearts brave, our hand
strong, our faith firm. In the trame and temper
v. jioh the -?right history of the past year can give
us, let us gather as one, on the day thus named,
unitedly asking at the Throne of Graee for those
gifts which will render these assooiations most ef?
ficient in the work of saving souls.
Imploring upon you the blessing of God, we are,
in the work committed to His servants, by Hie
Son, your brethren,
FRANK W, BALLARD,
WM. F. LEE,
JAMES STOKES, Jr.,
TIMOTHY (J. BELLEW, Jr..
THUMAS COCHEAN, Jr.,
P. 8.-Each Association is requested, as soon as
possible, to return to this Committee a report of
tb? various services held pursuant to the above
ROOMS OF YOUNO MEN'S CHBXSTTAX ASSOCIATION, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 26tb, 18t>7. J*
Dear ?ii : In accordance with tho request
contained in the above CLCular and to ?hieb yjur
attention is respectfully directed, the Young Men's
Christian Association of Charleston, determined
at their last meeting to unite with kindred Asso?
ciations throughout ti?s country, in observing
"the second sabbath in November next, and tho
evenings of tho ensuiDg week for special prayer
for the outpourings of the Ho'y Spirit on tho
members ot these societies, throughout tho
world,'1 and for tho conversion of tho noble young
men of our Southern land.
To carry out this object wc earnestly entreat oil
the ministers of the Gospel in South"Carolina to
unito wit., us upon that occasion, and would re?
spectfully request them to preach a sermon to
young men espcciallv, on tho s.cond Sabbath in
.November next, and, ff possible, bold special pray?
er meetings m their churches on tho evenings of !
the ensuing week.
Tho ministers in ,be city of Charleston -.re re?
quested to deliver the said sermon to voua - men
tu the morning, and to unite in tho evening of that
day in a I-mon Prayer Meeting, to be held under
tho auspices of tho Association, m some central
church, as it is believed that stich a mooting will
be productive of much good to the vou?gneople
of tho city, and will servo to strengthen and in
crease that feeling of brotherly lovo* and afi ctio',
which should nnvays characterise God's pS of
whatever name called. NWl""1
trusting, Reverend Sir, that you will lond vont
h^y ?op?ration to this suggestion, and tnat
God's Spirit maybe poured outuicopious effusions
upo i the young men of our land, and Implo, MIC
His blessing upon you, wo are h
Yours, with great respect,
8.0. BROWN, M. D., President
Cr E. CmcHE?Txj>, Corresponding Sev*retarv,
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Duke, Richmond; Jno. Ansim, M. Y.;N\ C. Rieller,
Savannah; Vf. Y. Spiere, St. Stephens; Mis. A.
Merunoy, Salis jury, N. C.; L. B. Boosor, South
Carolina; Jno. S. Kichordaon and lady, Snmtor; R.
P. M. Hull, Ebeneezerville, South Caiolina;.C. L.
''har'eslon Hotel.-6. Tolman, Philadelphia; S.
L. Dearing, Augusta; W. 0. Rennett and lady,
South Carolina; Mrs. C. Mixor and servant. Augus?
ta; Chas. J. Quiuby, New York; woo. E. Tybring.
New ?ork; A. R. Speer, New York; Mrs. C. C.
King, Bainbrideo. Ga.; Mies Emma Niohols, Flo?
rida; Major L. Walker, Aiken: J. M. Merrill, New
York; A. H. Miller. Wm. Miller and P. Green, Chi?
If l?s House.-Jno. Smith and Jas. Brown,
City; J. E. James, Fairfield; Geo. C. Barber. City;
Chas. II. Cordier and Jas. Selb}-, New York; S. H.
Lyon, Baltimore: Henry Jacobi and Henry Par
eons, New York; E. K. Whitman, Baltimore; Wm.
Fowler, Washington; Wm. B. Trott, Miss Kate
Trott, Now London, Conn., Joseph Maxwell, Fer?
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THE LATEST CUBA NEWS.-The latest intelligence
from Havana is extremely gratifying. Messrs.
Bart & Wirth, and B. Pattani. of this city, have
received a largo supply of oranges, pineapples,
plantains, and other tropical fruits, from tho Bless?
ed Isle, and will sell the entire cargo at thc vessol.
It is seldom that an opportunity like this is pre?
sented, and those who have a fondness for tropical
fruit will have an opportunity of indulging in their
tastes to the fullest extent. Tho gentlemen men?
tioned above are old fruiterers, and their stocks
Eire alway.-; the best that can be obtained.
THE GAZETTE-NO. I., VOL. IT_The Gazette
this week enters upon its second volume. Tho
jontents for this opening number are quito up in
point of merit with t..oso of any of Its predeces
jors. They are-Northern Funds for Southern
Relief; Ext aordinary Case of Somnambulism;
French Opinions of Irish Girls; Sketch of the Life
jf Marshal McMahon; Edu ational Statistics of
Rome; Great Battles of Modern Times; "Alas!
Poor Yorick;" Tno Eleotions; Broad Riots in Eng
and; Garibaldi's Move mont upon Rome; Reminis?
cences of Thomas Francis Meagher; "Whipping
:he Devil Round the Stump;" The Cynic; Fenian
am from a Fenian Point of View; A Daring Ea
:ape; Correspondances; Catholic Intelligence; La
?8t Foreign Newe, etc., etc. Terms $2.50 per
innum; for sole at all news depots at five cents
jer copy. _
KENTUCKY STATE COMBINATION LOTTERY draws
svery day at Covington, Ky. Whole tickets from
'1 to $10; shares in proportion. Prizes from
S4000 to $60.000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, Charleston, P. C.
November 7 Imo
LOOK OCT ron A FORTUNE.-The Georgia Sute Lot
erv, for tho benefit of the Masonic Orphans' Home,
?loses it sale of tickets for tho Grand Schome, to be
Irawu on tho 13th of November, on Tuesday, Novetn
>er 12th, at 8 P M., at their office, No. 30 Broad street
;?11 early. WholeTlckuts, $13.00; Halves, 80.00; Quar
er. $8.00; Eighths, $1.80.
November n _ 4
A GREAT PUBLIC WANT is supplied by HUMPHREY'S
HOMCEOPATUIC SPECIFICS. They are Medicines that
lather, mother, nurse or invalid can always have at
land, and ap;>ly without danger or delay, and with
prompt benefit and relief. Try them. Sec advertise?
BUMPBBSY'B SPECIFIC HOMOOPATBTC MEDICINE CO.,
November 8 1 No. 662 Broadway, New Ycrk.
A Fact Worth Knowing.
Thc boat investment for an invalid, who suffers from
lebUity or loss of appetite, ia a bottle of PAN?NIN'S He
patio Bitters, as lt wiU be suro to givo relief. For sale by
lU Druggists. _ f
What is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIE ?X, and what are its effects? These are ques?
tions which the groat American public has a right to
esk, an J lt also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation ia a mild and gentle
saline cathartic, alUrativo and tome, and is most care?
fully prepared in tho form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all the wondoriul medical properties of tho far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of Its effects we would cay that ?hose who have tested
the preparation are the best Judges, and they declare
iver their own signaturas that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulato tho flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquiliza the
aervous system. Refresh and Invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tono the bowels. Assist the
falling appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and lt
Edil convinoo you of the above tacts.
TARRANT i CO., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. Cmos September Vi
The Time to Advertise in thc Country.
TUE PBONIX bas a large circulation throughout tb?.
Hiddle and upper Districts of the state. Adverttslnt,
ra'.os as reasonable as thc stringency of e money mar
tret will warrant. Merchants and others wishing to ase
the oolnmns ol' the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
Februarv 25 Columbia. S. C.
Shiill Nature be Sustained?
To give debilitating medicines to the wes! is about as
sensible as lt would be to try to help a man to his fest
by kicking him when be was donn.
That sort of practice is going out of fashion. It hu
ulled so many graveyards that poop's no longer believe
If those who arc not strong by naturo expect to avoid
the attacks cf dlsoase, they must endeavor to acquire tue
vigcr necessary to rssl t lt.
How is this to be done ? Common sense suggests by
the uso of invigorating medicine.
The groat f bjeot is to STRENGTHEN THE SYSTEM WITH?
OUT Excrrnio IT.
This object ia accomp.iehed by tho judicious use of
the most potent and genial of all vegetable tonics and
alteratives, BOSTE1 TEE'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Many valuable pro peru es are combined in this prepara?
tion. It improves ta j appetite and ran ?ers digestion
easy and porieet. It gives steadiness to tho nerves, in?
duces a healthy, natural flow of bile ; prevents constipa?
tion without unduly purging tho bo?, els ; gently stimu?
lates the circulation, and by ironiotwg a vigorous
condition of the physical system, promotes, also, that
cheerfulness which is the truest indication of a well
bliane d condition of all the animal powers.
bummer Ierres both the body and the mind more or
less exhausted. Now ls tas time to recruit them, and
thus forestall the malarious fevers and other complaints
whian prostrate so m .my thousands ovary Fall.
November a 6
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F? THORNTON, tha areal English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomeir.cian, who has aston?
ished the identifie clasps of thc Old World, has now lo?
ca tod herself at Hudson, N. Y. Ma larne TBOBNTONpos?
sesses such wonderful powers ot secend siubt as to ena?
ble her to impart hnowledse of thc greatest importance
to the siDBio or married of either SKT. V.'hllo ir a state
Of trance, she delineates the very feature? of tte person
you are to marry, and by the aid ol an In .'trament of in?
tense power, known as tho Psychomorrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wit*
oi tbs applicant, together with date ol marriage, position
in hie. loading traits of diameter, .Vc. This is no hum
bus, as thousand of tootiiuouula can assert, bbo will
scud, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that tho picture is What lt purports to bo. By
oncloaing a siuall lock ol hair, and giving place ot birtb,
agc, disposition and complexion, mid enclosing fifty cants
and stamped cnvelopo nudressed to yourself, you will rt
Cf lvo thc picture and deilred Information Ly roitim mail,
All communications nrrcdly confidential. Address, iu
eonfldtuca, Madame E. F. THORNTON, P O. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y lr March 9>
Free lo Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving ininrmntinn of tho
moa teat importance to thc young ol both --exe?.
lt leaches how thc homely may become beautiful, the
tlosplsed respected, and UM forsaken lot cd.
No ytmng lady or gentleman should Call lo tend ibcii
l.TJrcf?, un l receive a copy post-paid, by re tum mall.
Addrofti P. o. Drawtr, VI.
Harri] Ui l>r Troy, N. V.
J. ?H. BRADSTREET & SON.
NO. 20 littOAD STREET,
L'HARLE8TO.\, ti. [C.
J. li. FONDA. Superintendent.
JUST ARRIVED FROM BATANA,
? Ci AAAR,'EET ORANGES, AT UNION
4:UiV\Jv Wharf, for eulo at Two Dollars per
hundred and Thirty Dollars by cart load.
60 dozeu PINEAPLE5
200 BUNCHES BANANAS.
To be sold at the cheapest market price.
Purchasers will dowell to call ou
BART & mum,
B. PATTIN I.
November 8 ?
Grape Vines, Apple, Pear, Peach,
AND OTHER FRUIT AND
THE SUBSRIBERS WILL RECEIVE OBDEBS FOB
the above PLANTS and TREES, from celebrated
Northern Nurseries, at Nursery prices, with expenses
For descriptive Catalogue and price list?, apply to
KINSMAN & HOW LL,
November H_12 No. 153 East Bav.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS yt pr., PEB DOZEN.
Mc.; 1 pt. 06o ; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt. 76c.; 2 ort ?1.22; 8
qrt. $1.38; 4 qrt, $1.96; 6 qrt. $2.50; 10 qrt $3.50.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $6.75; 9 in. $7.25,
FUNNELS-Vial? 60c; Pinta 80c.; Quarta $1.25; 2
Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $3.00, per dozen.
WASH RA-IN S (Pressed, Plain and Japnnod-small
$2.00; large $3.60, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-small $3.00; large $4.00,
par doz on. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
November 6 _ wfm
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
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE !
IM .\ KM VS HEPATIC BITTER
FA\KMX'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANK.VIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANKMN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
P.XMv.MVS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN ?8E.
THE BEST TONIO N >W IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN U3E.
THE BE8T TONIC NOW IN USE.
30LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
30LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST8.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGI8IS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
November C 24
C. DVCREtX'8 PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
TBIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which has been patented ba thc Untied States,
France and England, 1* now offered by the subscriber to
tho public, feeling assured they will find it, upon exami?
nation, one of tho greatest inventions ot tho age.
Prominent among its advantages arc :
FiEST- 1 he facility v.ith which horses maybe harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriage, also rendering lt
unnecessary for tho person unharnessing to pass between
or behind tho horses as is customary, thus avoi .lng any
liability ol'being kicked.
6ECOHD- In case of a bone Ming, hu may bo loosed
from the carriage in one second, without the driver leav?
ing his seat Ic la so pimplo in ita operation tnat a child
can work IL
THUD aro GERATEST-In casen of horses taking fright,
boco ming unmanagablo or running away, the terrible
consequences which PO frequently follow may be all avoid?
ed by thia simple application to carriages, as tbo boms
eau bc loosed from the carriage "ma twinkling," and tbo
carriage ls quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUOREUX gave several public exhibitions. The
great favor and praise manifested by tho public on these
occasions, 1? one ot the evidences of a popular apprecia?
tion of its merits.
Terms may be known and orders received for applying
the patent lo carriages, or purchase of State Bights, by
addressing to C. DC< KLUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 3mo
MIC MIX & SON,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS AND.DEALERS IN
OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
. less than at any other cs abhahoient in the city,
and warranted equal to any mado in the United States.
tw Descriptive catalogues sent on application,
August 30 fmw
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINK
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WITCHES,
AU warranted to run and thoroughly regn*
uland, at tale low price of 81u each t
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches. $250 to $1000
100 Magic cased Gold Wat:bes. 200 to 500
100 La les' Watches, 1 nam ell od. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 to 3u0
2t0 Gold Hunting English Levers.20J to 250
300 Gold Hunting Dnplsx Watches. 150 to 200
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. loot- 350
600 Sliver Hunting Levers. .50 to 150
600 silver Bunting Duplexes. 76 to 250
600 Ladies' Gold Walcnes. 50 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Loplnee. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinds. 50 to 100
2500 silver Hunting Watches. 26 to 60
60 io Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 76
The above stock wilt be disposed of on thc popular one
price plan, giving every patron a uno Gold or solid sil?
ver Watch lor j lu, without regard to value.
We wish to Immediately dispose of tho above magnifi?
cent Stock. Ccrtincatoe, naming the articles, are plaosd
in teated envelopes, and well mixed. Holder? UM enti?
tled to the article named on their certificate, upou pay?
ment cn Ten Dollars, whether it bo a Watch worth ?looo
or one worth lass. Tho return of any of our certificates
entitles you to tho article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of its Worth; and as no article valued leos
than $10 ls named on any certi?oate, it wil. at once
be seen that this ls no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transacticn, which may bo participated in
oven by the most fastidious I
A single Certificate will bo sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 20 cents, five for $1. cloven for ?2, thirty.turee
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for S10, one hundred aud most superb Watch
lor 31 j. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
ia u rare opportunity, lt ls a legitimately conduct/jd
business, duly authorized by tho Government, aud open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. & CO..
Importers, No. IO] Broadway, N. Y.
October 22 I? O_
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTION^ BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master thc croat art of Ven?
triloquism by a lew hours' practice, raalriug a world oi
fun, and alter becoming experts theirsolves, c?u teach
others, thereby tnaklug it o source ot laconic. Tull m
structions sent by mail for 6(1 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
Mav 13 Vyr
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TUST RECEIVED, IN ADDITION TO OUR FORMER
?J STOCK. FIVE HUNDRED CASES OF BOOTS A!.D
sHOIS, direct from the nanufaoturers, which wo offer
for sale at the lowest market prices.
1). F. FLEMING & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
CORNER OF CHURCH STREET.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALY, Agt.
WnOLESAI E (itALER IN
HOOTS. SHOES IND THINKS.
AT No. 1*1 MKETINU STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 31 Imo
Untese ol Sale nf 100 Cotes Boote <:nd Shoes.
BY MILES DRAKE.
At 10 o'elook.lHD MORNING, I trill ?ell, without re?
servo, at my Storo, corner of Fing anet Liberty streots,
100 cBK-s BOOTS AND SHOE?, direct from Manuuc
luvc*. andcomrrining choice and durable styles JVI\
C ?cb Men a Calf, Kip and Grain Boots, C:?lf a jd B ; fi
E ; ..orals, Union Boote, Bismarcks, Prince AlbCT h. .vc.
Ladies' Lasting Congrus, and Balmorals,Kip md dost
A large Assortment ol Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'
Shoci-, in Cartoon*. November 8
Unreserved Sate of Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy
Goods and Notions.
KILROY & CO.,
Will sell THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock, at their falesrooma
No. 138 Mcetlu? street, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DBY
GOODS, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Notions, Woolens, Sat!
nets. Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Embrcidery Silk
Slipper Patterns, Blankets, 4c, 4c. All of which will
be sold withont reserve, for cash.
ONE BUGGY AND SUNDRY ARTICLES OF F?RNI
TT RE._November 8
United States Marshal's Sale under Foreclosure
of Mortgage-B. F. Simmons vs. R. H. Hud.
gins, Jas. L. Owens and H. C. Hudgins.
Z. B. OAKES, Auctioneer.
By virtue of sn order of salo, to mo directed, in the
ab .ve eas.-, I mil expose f r sale, at Public Auction,
the extremo West end of B.aufaln stn ot couth eldo
in the City of Charleston, on WEDNESDAY, 13th inst
at ll o'clock A. M.,
NE ENGINE AND BOILER, with Circular Saw At
Cue other Engin: and Boiler
One Iron Sa:e.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for necessary pa
pera and stanps. J. P. M. EPPINO,
November 8 United States Marshal.
_DRY GOODS. ETC,
420 DRY GOODS 420
THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE.
PRINTS AT 8c., 10c. AND lStfc.
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and She-?tings
Kentucky Jeans and Tweeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Cas sims re?
Black Milks at SI and upward
A large and varied assortment of Shawls, Arc.
Blankets, Whi o and Coiored ; Sw sa Counterpanes, Ac
Ladies' Black Cloth at $2 and upward.
OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
G0?DK0P & BECTMER,
No. 420 King st. (East sifo), .
TH:XEE DOO RH SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
November 4 fi
HS COE I CO,
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market-sts,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their oustOTers and tho public generally, to then
very extensivo stock of
Which will at all times be found complote.
In this will be found a well assorted Hock of PRINTS'
3INO H A*I.C, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
lo? , st market rates.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap 10-4
^nestings, 3-4, 7-8 and-4-4 Longcloths.
We have RED, WHI TE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
jre-it variety; Bankets, ehawls, Nubias, Sontag.. Hoods
sud Scarfs, very cheap.
A splendid quality of BLOADCLOTH, for Ladies'
Cloaks, at $2 per yard.
Fino Cloths, Caa lmeres and Vestings of all descrip?
tions, suitable for Men's and Boys' wear.
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT,
The attention of Housekeepers is invited to our vary
chean LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Front?n* Lin?
en, Linen Sheeting. Pillow Cate Linau, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, Towels, Nap?inn, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 76 cents to (1
Shirt Bosoms from 26 cents up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novelties of the season in tho very best fabrics and
POPLINS, Merinos, Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black and Colored Silks, Scotch Plaids
And an extensivo varlet;- of low-priced Droaa Gooda.
A large lot of Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of the best materials and
MLMRY AND ROM DEF UMIST.
FULL LINES OF TH fi BEST MAKES OF KID,
BILK and 1H READ GLOVES
Ladies' Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and ?. hades; tojo th r wi h and ex onslve assort?
ment of doak .-eta, Duels Gimpa and Fringes, Guipure,
Brussels Thread, Cluny a, d Dlond Lacoa. Black and
Colored SHU Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES', GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG?
LISH, French, and German HOSE and HALF H08E, of
ail qualities, in Cotton and Woe 1, very cheap.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
- No. 248 KING STREET,
October 19 wfm2mos
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOB S10.
A Jdresa AI LEN G. FOWLER,
No. 3 Park Row, New Tonk.
October 21 mwiSnio
HATS ANO CAW.
1 WALK IBR??GB MG ?T.
On a pleasant day, brings with it a treal x> the student
of human naturo and hats. Yo -, hits, reader; for there
ls ar. much philosophy iu tho particular kind of hat
worn, as in thc expression cf tho lice or body. When?
ever j ou seo a gentleman ?Ith a hat ot the latcbt stylo
(evidently oao of STEELE'S), ?et him down as a man of
UiBc*rr.mcat and Rood taste. Then tho prices arc lower
thau elwwbere. It' you doubt, prove; and on the proof
there ls no more than this-away at onco to
.STEELE'S ?HAT MALL,"
NO. 313 KING STREET,
November 1 f2 Sign of tho '-Big Uat."
CHASTE LL AR'S
for Kcmoving Superfluous Muir.
mo TDK LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
I depilatory recommends itself us balun an alumni m.
dispsnstblo article to female beauty, ia e.telly applied,
does not burn or imuro tho stlu, bul acts directly on tlw
roots. It is warranted to roraovo superfluous hair front
low foreheads, or rrom ony part ol tho '?<>dy, completely
totally and radically extirpating the sanie, leaving Ihr
sim ?Ott, jniootu and natural. This ls UM only nrtialr
iiaod by tho French, and is Um only irai ellOCtual depila
lory in existence, Price 76 couta per fu^ika^o,' pon
i aid to any address, on receipt or nu order, i>j
BERGER, SMUm At CO., Chemi-ts,
March 30 v" '"" li,VPr v v
E. M. WHITING,
CO RON ER AND M A Ci J ST il A TE,
HAR n?UOVEP Ht:? OFF TP M F?OM QHALMEBS
.don I? No. 77 CHUIlOIl 8TIIKBT. imar
Michael'? Alley. August?
100 Cases Aitorted Fruits, Jellies, Sauces,
Ph kies, Milk, Brandie*, Bu??' St. Domingo
Punch and Cocktails, tfc, rfc.
Furniture, viz: Tables, Bedsteads, Ma?tresse*,
Chairs, Lounge*, Counters, Tinware, Crockery,
Carpeting, Magic Lanterns, <fc.
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
At their Casu Auction House, No. SK Hasel
street, opposite thc Postofflce.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
Conditions cash. November 8
Ship Chandlery, saved from late Fire-On account
of all concerned.
BT W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at Public Auction, on THIS DAY. 8th
instant, at ll o'clock, at the store No. 73 East Day.
QUANTITY MANILLA AND HEMP ROPE AND JUNK
Sheets Yellow Metal and Copper Roda
Lot Blocks, Cut and Wrought Spikes and Nails
Lot Iron, Hooks and Thimbles
Canvass, Cotton Waste, Rigging Screws, kc
Barrels of Tar, Pitch, Potash, Oils, Ac.
ONE IBON SATE AND LEITER I BESS.
? ondlUorm cash. November 8
Sale of Dry Goods, by order of J. P. M. Epping,
Unded St . tes Marshall.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auctioneers, No. 136 Meeting street,
Will continue above sale, by catalogue, on MONDAY,
11th November, and succeeding days,
nra ROCK co SHUTS or:
DRESS GOODS, oTLKs, MERINOS, CaSSTMERES SAT
II? ETS. L N'GCLOTHS, HOSIERY, 4c.
MILLINERY GOODS. Ribbons, Hats, trimmed and
untrimmed; Ready-made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
GOLD and 8TLVEB WATCHES, CUTLEBY, Ac.
The above sale is well worthy the attention of city and
country buyers, aa the stock constats of goods suitable
for a first-class store.
For particulars, see catalogues, which will be ready for
delivery on Saturday next, at Ho. 136 Mi ETLNG
STREET and at onr Wd OLES ALE PROVISION WARE?
HOUSE, No. 371 East Bay. November 7
JOSE JABA, Proprietor,
No. 342 KING STREET,
fTTHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS
_L friends and the publi - generally that he bas the
rao-t complete Stork Of SPANISH AND AMERICAN SE
GABS, TL BACCO, PIPES, and everything else connect?
ed with an establishment of his kind. He solicita toe
attention of his old customers snd new friends to his un?
surpassed assortment. Among other things, he has lust
received a new stock of genuine MEERSCHAUM, BRIAR
KOOT acd genuine ENGLISH CLAY PIPES, genuine
HAVANA SEGABS, ko., at the very lowest price. Call
at LA CRIOLLA, No. 342 Sing street and see tor your?
selves. JOSE J ARA.
November 7 3 ml
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
JAMBS w. MCMILLAN. THAD.C.JOWITT,
Late of the Late of the firm of
DAILY NEWS. BURKE Jt JOWITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
BOOK ANL> JOB
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CH A II LE ?TON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of the DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, io the highest style of |
the art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad and Steamboat Printing,
Sus., ??fee., &c, &c.
GERMAN, SPAXiSH !.\DFRE\CH.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
Nev am bar 4 _
AliL HAIL TO THE COAOUEROR !
HOPE FOR THE DESPONDING 1NMIH.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
KIMOM!) ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DECLINING HEALTH. WHICB
was precarious, and their recovery despaired of.
do now witn grateful emanations to the All-Wise Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt thanks tor thia timely remedy. Dur?
ing the short time since tu public Introduction into use,
the Originator has most happily realized her most san?
guino expectations in manifestations issuing from all
quarters of Ita unparaleUed i urative properties, ipr in no
caso where it has been admlnistereo with regard to di?
rections, and persevered in, bas lt failod in its beneficia)
"In resorting to this remedy, ?be invalid can depend
upon the aafety of every article in its 1T???^?* 'T
while il sccelerates the healthful nactionsio^icb organ
mm tbaa proper to ?^?g^p?KiMMS^
need be entertained ^*ta7St AROMATIC
treatmont to induce lt ? and aa a lung re
COBDIAL. quite agreeable* ^Xn?sblngifcelfas
vlvl.yer andWu. ?*^^^%Xat5l?S ,or
wllho.it 1-w?edci.t. ^ ?o ?sefficacy>
Itaalf izunoral acclamation iur - "..ort T > onnm
?----- o . . .. ..... TVrnnriHl
"-" - THK ?BAN?BS??G NEWS, Qi,;
,.auvn EVERY SATUBDAY MORNTNQ, Al
PS?^ T,ruu w pcr MDUm,ln s*
TS5* " (ha ".ring and fall seasons extra copies of the
"?S?oK NWMW?1 bc circulated for the benefit ol
'''^nw^WvSiili Inserted on the most Uber?
( U v ldrrM SAMUEL DIBBLE,
"rms. Address Editor Orangeburg Nawa,
February 2C Orangeburg, 8
Furniture of Family Leaving the City.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
?n rms DAY, at IO ?nd ? bau* o'clock at Northeaet
corner of Meeting aud George stieeta, will be KI ld,
MARBLE TOP AND MAHOGANY FURNITURE, BED?
STEADS, Bureaus, \iardrobes, Washstand*, Chaire, Side?
board, Blankets, Feather Beds, 4c, te.
Furniture of Family Declinino Houttke'ping.
BY DURBEC & CO.
Will be sold lO-MOBB^w, Saturday, 9th inst., st 10
o'clock A. M., at the premtae No. 37 Hanover street,
two doors Northwest of Columbus,
THE ENTIRE FURNITURE OF 8AID HOUSE.
CO.'SISTTXa TS FAST AS FOLLOWS:
SOFAS, Chairs, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Bureaus, Book?
case and Books, Pictures, etc, etc.
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed os day or
The premise? to rent._November 8
Full Stock of a Grocery Store, in Bulk, to?
gether with the Fixturet ord Qood Will.
BY DU RB KC & CO.
Will be sold on MONDAY, 11th inst., at 10 o'clock, A.
M., in the Store Southeast corner Sing and Color-"ros
streets, without renerve,
THE ENTIBE STOCK OF A WELL-KEPT* RETAIL
OONSISTXNQ nt FAST AS FOLLOWS :
SUGAB, COFFEE, Tobacco, Tex, Liquors, Soap,
Starch, Candles, Crockery, Tinware, Water Buckets, and
other articles u nally kept in a Retail Grocery Store.
If not sold In bulk, lt then wfll be disposed of in quan?
tities to suit purchasers.
Conditions cash. November 8
Private Sale, to Cloie Consignments, Bacon
Sides, Shoulders, fie. Xow landing and m
store, for sale,
BY MCKAY & CAMPBELL.
No. 136 Meeting street, and No. ?71 k <t
TO SEA ISLAND
rTTHE i ROPRIETOF8 OF "BOLTON PLANTATION,"
JL Ute "BARKER'S." in -1. Andrew's Parish, having
put in successful operation MCCARTHY'S GI *S, pro?
pelled by steam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
PREPARING FOB MARKET SEA ISLAND COTTON, at
OT-Jtomaxy rates of tole.
The cloning and preparation of tho Cotton will be
under the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. 8. LE?
GARE, to whom all applications may bs addressed.
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOR THE PROPRIETORS.
TO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
1THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BS PREPARED BY THE
. lat of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer is made in this city under the personal
supervision of Dr. St. Julien BaveneL Chemist; and wa
otter lt to che Planters and Farmers aa one of the best
they can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
Provision Crops. 9
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
lill POWER COTTON PRESS
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
pat on a Plantation, i
OPINIONS ?FTHE PEOPLE i
ALLENDALE, BAETWELL DISTRICT, S. C., I
March :, 1887. j
Messrs. Little di Marshall :
GiNTLEXEN : I used, during tba past teaion, one ot
"Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Preaeea," nurchaeed of you ~
last september. I have always been prejudiced is favor
of the "Screw Press," and nothing but ?Ure necessity'in?
duced me to try any other. I take pisaran, however, in -
adding my testimony In favor of its entire adaptation to -
the wants oi a cotton plantation. It has surpassed my
most sanguine expectations. I have packed with but
two hands, vet I prefer four-two at each laver. My
bale* all weighed over 600 lbs. The first lot I sent tu
markst averaged 5c? 1 ,s. My impression ls thai SOO lbs.
ls about tbs capacity of th? Press, and a gras tar ""Tr'tr
of pounds subjeot the fb?bw-block to too much risk, un
lsas th? aides of tho cotton box tria increased. It would
sad greatly to the value of the Press if th? cotton box
was ten inches longa?. In hast?, I am, very r??p?ctfefly,
Tour obedient servant, ftc, B. W. LAWTON.
P. b. I took my Press down and camed it soma four
miles to pack the crop of a neighbor, who failed to have
a "Screw" built; a? waa so much pleased that ha baa
determined to abandon the "Screw'1 and pumhiM "In.
genoU'a Praes." B. W. L.
./ .i ?i?., stpr^Lai
Om CE o? Karo's MOUNTAIN RAJUOAS COHFANY, ?
YOBXVTLLE, S. C., April 16, 1867. j
G ENTLEHEN : I hate Just received yous latter ol feb?
ruary lith--upon my return to thia plane, attar an ab?
sence of two months-?nd this reply may be too lat? tor.
your ''DeaczipUve Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Proas." ?
The Press I used in packing sty cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with ease from 600 to 585
lbs. With good active nandi to work lt, lam satisfied
that from eighteen to twenty baie? might readily ba
packed in a day.
ThU Pr ss combinas the advantages of Ugh tn sss, ana
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bj any ona of ordinary intelligence). Great com?
pressing force, with little motive power, and "laat, taut
not least," it ls worked entirely by hand, thu.? -iring for
the farm horses the haid Ubor imposed upon them by
the nae of the ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully, ftc., jonis, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE ft MARSHALL, Charleston, S. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
Nc 110 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotal,
June 17 mwf Cfhatjsaton, 8.0.
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