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THE DAILY NEWS.
?. LARGEST CIRCULATION -TH- DA?L? NEW
BEING IHE NEWSPAPER OFFK LALLY RECOG?
NISED AS HAVING IHE LARGEST CIRCULA 1 ION
IN THE C'TY OF CHARL BSTON, PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF L LITERS REMAINING IN ITU. POSTOF
riCE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK. ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW Pv. STOFFICE
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1867.
A UCTIC cf SALE* THIS DA Y.
N. HUNT & bos will sell, at 10 o'clock, toots,
?shoes, g itere, Ac.
DCBBEC & Co. will soil, at 10 o'clock, iUrniture,
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
bulbous roots, Rrap-1 vines, Ac.
Z. B. OAKES will sell at ll oclock, engines,
SMITH & McGiixrvBAr will eell at IO o'clock,
KILROY A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, dry gooda,
clo thine, &c.
V CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell, at 10 o'clock,
\ hats, dry gooda, &c.
I R. M. MARSHALL & BBO. will sell, at 10i o'clock,
buggy, horses, mult s, Ac.
THE COURT OF Equrrr, CHANCELLOR W. D.
JOHNSON PRESIDING.-A number of motions and or
dors wero granted, and the caso of Creighton vs.
Teringie, which was commenced tho day previous,
was resumed and continued up to the hoar of ad?
:Bro LOADS.-A few days ago we noticed that the
engine Currie had come down from Augusta, on
('io bouth Carolina Railroad, with thirty-two cars
of cotton. This has i>een beaten, for the engine
Burnside came in on Monday with thirty-three
cars, containing no less than 891 bales of cotton.
THE YOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-Tho
nightly prayer meetings of this Association are
still continued. A large number of young men
were present yesterday evening and considerable
interest was manifested. The exercises consist of
prayer and exhortation, and the rooms of tho As?
sociation are open to all who may chose tc attend.
HOMICIDE IN SUMTER, S. C.-We learn from the
Wilmington Journal that a diffi?utty occurred on
Monday in tho *.illagc of Sumter, S. C., between
Mr. Joseph Hodge and Mr. Charles Duran", in
which, ii appears that- Mr. Durant was shot by
Hodge, and died shortly afterwards. Hodge gave
himself up to tho Sheriff immediately after com?
mitting the deed. _______
EAST BAST.-I he sidewalks of this old street are
boin?r rapidly In id with the asphaitum pavement,
the workmen haviug already reached the corner ot
Queen on thc West side. The portion ol the streot
that has been laid with this mixture has given
general satisfaction, and a bard, firm and durable
pavement has taken the place of the mud holes
to?if 'formerly ornamented the sidewalk. East
Bay has long ueeded a good pavement, and the
ttsphaltum appears to answer every purpose.
THE CONCERT TO-NIQHT.-There axe few persons
who will noglect the opportunity that is afforded
to-night of hearing good music. TW" concert
will bo in every respect a superior entertainment,,
as tho performers are of known musical talent and
thorougly conversant with their different parts.
The programme embraces selections from the best
masters, and the whole will be an undoubrod suc?
cess. The Hall can accommodate a few moro
than it did before it was renovated, but there will
bs few emp y seats to-night, as this not only is
the first concert of the season, but the inaugural
of the Hall. _
HOTEL ARRIVALS.- M.US House-John Holt, brig
Georgia; Robert McIntyre, Hilton Head; S. Sum?
ter, S. C.; D. Wardlaw, Jr., S. C., J. Allen Dun?
can, S. C ; S. H. Bowdown, Hartford, Conn.; A. C.
Palmor Now ''ora.
Charleston HoteU-Tfaos. F. Hannon, Bush River,
S. C.; John Kenny, Augusta; H. McCallingham,
Balimoro; S. 1. Dearing, Augusta; Brig.-Gen. E.
W. Hinks, Mrs. Hinks and child, R. I. Burton and
J. M. Nichols, N6w York; M. P. St.phouson, Gains
viilo, Ga.; Wm. Irvine, New York; A. Baldwin,
New York; R. H. Brown, New York; M. Belknap,
New York; J. T. Ryan, a C. Railroad; W. B.
Nichols, Milltown, Ala.; J. A. Burgess and lady,
S. C.; Capt. F. Peck, steamer Fannie.
P-iXtilt ,11 Ho el-A. C. McAlpino, Hilton Head;
D. P. Templeton, Savannah; Fred. Sanders and
narry Forbes, Savannah; M. Bo nek, Beaufort;
Thoa. Pohl, Branchville; W. H. Hough, New York;
S. Brown, Branohville; W. W. Jones, South Carolina
DAN CisnxLo.-Tho redoubtable Dan was greet?
ed yesterday by a large and apprcciative\adience,
who tostified their delight in the performances by
frequent murmurs of applause. Dan has flung his
barnier to the breeze, and his hugo canvass pa?
vilion is the centro of attraction, acting on the
juvenile portion of tho community like a magnet,
and rendering tue presence of Uncle Sam's troops
necessary to keep the eager crowd at a respectful
distance. The performance last night was what
could be expected of Dan's Circus, and the actors
showed by their feats of horsemanship and agility
that they were thorough experts. Among them,
however, there aro a few who deserve special men?
tion. Little Hiooio alternately delighted and
alarmed the aadience by hor daring feats, while
Mademoiselle Pauline attracted universal atten?
tion by her graceful equestrianism. The acrobats,
by theil' feats of agility, won rounds of applause
and she wed by their various exercises that they
were as near India ruboor as it is possible for a
human to become. It must be remembered that
this is the lae: day for Dan's performance, and
those vrno have not paid him a visit should not
hesitate, but (:o at once, as the collection ol rare
animals ilono is worth seeing.
xltLL or MORTAL-T.-Return of deaths within
the oity of Charleston for tho week ending No?
vember 9th, 1867 :
Brain. Cong?? ^ of.
Dropsy, from Heart Dist
Dropsy, from Hepatic Dis*>M
Tri sm us Nascent iun:.,.
I" I ?
Whites, 10: Blacks and Colored, 21-Tocal, SI.
Dndsr 1 yearofage. 71 Between 601 cd 60 years. 4
Between land 6years.. ? between60and 70 years. 2
Between S and 10 years.. 1 Between 79 and 80 years. 0
between 10 and 20 years.. S Between 80 and 90. ears. 2
Between 20 and 30 years.. 4 between 90 and loo yeats. 1
Between 30 and ?0 j oars.. 2jOver 100 years of agc.0
Between?0 and 50 years.. l| _
Omcsictf City Registrar, November 12, 1867.
GEORGE S. PELZEB. M. D., City Registrar.
THE GRAND COMBINATION SHOW AND CIRCUS.
Breathes there the man with soul so dead to all
amusements that ho his never heard of John
Robinson's great Circus, and is not laying his
spare greenbacks aside for this grand show ? Echo
answers. No. Everybody knows Robinson, and all
the picaninnies have been preparing to give him a
Wo had a pleasant call from Mr. W. H. Hough,
the gentlemanly business manager of the "insti?
tution," and he assures us that there will be no
disappointment. Tho grand cavalcade will parade
through our streets on Monday moram g, and wi 1
be a most attractive MJOW ot itself. The manager
has ample accommodation for all in ordinary times
but those who would witucss tho exhibition will
have to bo on thc ground early.
The press throughout tho country have be?n
unanimous m (heir praises of this gre.tt exhibi?
tion, all pronouncing it to be ono of the most exton
sive, orderly and talented equestrian troupes that
?R5 visited the South for many years. In this
connection, we tak:- pleasure in correcting a re?
port that has been circulated of tho death of little
Alice, the child equestrienne of the troupe. The
petite artiste is unhurt, and is prepared to competo
with her male compeers in feats of r-oreemnnship.
The present exhibition of wild animals is quite
numerous. And embraces a number of tho .'..est
species which hayo over be.-n on exhibition in ?he
?South. The monster elephant, "Empress," the
majestic Wapitaa or Reindeer, and a small regi?
ment of monkeys, will bo introduced into the ring
"by their d.ffe-rt'iit-keepers aur perform act:* in the
arena. Among tho monkeys is a little pet, abuut
a week old, and is perhaps thc greatest curiosity
in the circus, as it is the only baby monkey now
?a exhibition. Numbers of persons io different
x-ities who object to the hippodrome, have visited
the monkey ?now, and h*v?s returned delighted.
RXTUB? or THE WANDERERS_The parti
bridal party, whose blisa was suddenly ni
thc bud by their arrest in Wilmington, ar
this city yesterday. The woman was apj
iudifibrent, but her sooty oo npanion se?
think' it an excellent joke. Officer Gray
Detective force, went to Wilmington for
vcr-, :::id brought them and their plunder
their old home. From tho quantity of b
the pp.:r had taken, it was evidently their io
to for^ako tho Sunny South and visit som
where miscegenation was tolerated.
All or most of the property has been roc
and tbe guilty parties only await tho actiot
The Wilmington papers give a detailed a
of their arrest in that city, and desoribe t
man as fine looking, but desperately onam
her swarthy Lothario. It is tho first inst
I tho kind, we believe, that bas occurred
I city, and the best punishment that oould
dieted would be to oompel the runaways to :
PRINTERS' INK A UNIVERSAL PANACEA rc
WOES.-There is perhaps no agent that has i
pushed more good than a free uso of Pi
Ink. The ceaseless choking of the type coil
news chat is furnished to tho public in th
papers, and the latest intelligence of wai
rumors of wars, the financial and political
tion of the country, and a variety of miscelli
reading matter is presented to tho world in
edition of a newspaper. Tho reading matl
however, but a small item, the advei ;:sin
unins often proving the most attractive,
there the choice bargains aro announced,
are mado known, and the lost found. The i
tance of advertising is too well known to b
canted upon, and tho columns of this paper
that it is appreciated by the public as a gre
vertising medium. Tho spaoo allotted to i
meetings, lost, or found, is always occ ipied
is well known that these announcements at
i meet the eye of those for whom they were in
ed. In yesterday's issue a black and tan h
deg, that had strayed from his owner, was a
tiscd, a-'d before 9 o'clock in the morning tl
vertisei .ent was answered and the black anc
restore i to his owner. This is but a solitar
stance of the benefits arising frnm prompt a
Using in the Charleston DAILY NEWS, and it si
be remembered by all who have any clain
wants to present ito the' public that an advei
ment in Printers' Ink always pays.
THE ELECTION-THE FORM or VOTING-IMI
ANT CORRESPONDENCE. -The Wilmington Jot
publishes the following correspondence:
WILMINGTON, N. C., October 28,1?
Sra: There being considerable different
opinion upon the right of an elector, under the
ot Congress and the order of the Commaui
Genoral. to vote for or against a Convention,
not for delegates, or for delegates and not t
? tho question of a Convention, f.nd it being a mt
of great interest and importance, I have presn
I to seek an official d cisi?n upon it. I see notJ
; in the Act of Congress or .n tho order of Mi
General Canby, to prever t the exercise of
privilege by tho voter, but desiring, as the ed
of a paper, to be co verne 1 by unquestioned
thonty in any advice I mr y give. I hope it will
I be inconsis ont with vour engagements or dut;
favor me with an early nply.
I am, ver/ ^spectfullv,
JOS. A. ENGE LH ARI
To Lt. L. V. CAZIA'A?, Aid-do-Camp, Actg. A
Adjt. Goo., Chtr ?eaton, S. C.
I HEADQUARTERS SECOND MLUTAB? DISTRICT,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Novomber7,1867.
Mr. Joseph A. ?nge /urd, Offi .e Daily una We<
Journal, TA* mingUm, A. C.
, SIR: In rep'., to your communication of Ootc
2S.h. I have the honor to state that the Act
Reconstruction leave no discretion as to the s
ject referred to by you to the Commanding Gi
Jnly those votes for delegates whioh conforn
the Acts of Congress by being inscribed either 1
a Convention," or -'against a Convention," cac
counted in the canvass ol votes.
Very respectfully, sir,
Youi obedient servant,
L. V. CAZIARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act g. Asst. Adjt. Gei
THE CHARLESTON THEATRE.-Tho watchful e
that have long been turned toward the Hibern
Hall, and have noted every step which tended
the desired end-its transformation into a thea
-have taken their last approving glance, and hi
awarded the work an emphatic well done. Thi
is perhaps no enterprise in which tho Charles
public have taken more interest than tho H.b
niau Theatre. Day after day tho work bas bc
scanned, and the probabilities of an oarly openi
discussed, but this suspense is now at an end, i
the new theatre will bo inaugurated to-night b
grand concert. Concerts, though, however acce
able to thc community, will not have the same ;
torest to tho public at large as histrionic exhi
ttorjs; and the announcement in to-day'0 pa]
that Messrs. Templeton & Bro., Theatrical Mai
gera, have leased the building, and will, on
about thc 18th, enliven tho community with
series of dramatio entertainments, will be gro:t
with genuine pleasnte. The building bas be
arranged especially for these exhibitions, bari;
an addition that affords fine sta^e room, with t
necessary space for scenery, trap doors, and t
different paraphernalia needed by tho knights
thc buskin and the sock. The internal appearan
of the renovated hall has been so often describ?
that it is useless at prosent to refer to its coi
pk'tcness. Tho stage was constructed for theati
eel purposes, and has every convenience for
Kogo corps of performers, while tho audi torin
can accommodate from 1600 to 2000 parsons.
Messrs. Templeton & Bro., the lessees and ma
agers, have an extended experience in theatric
matters, being connected with both the Savanna
and Vicksburg theatres, and under their tos torn?
eare the new Charleston theatre will soon equal i
predecessor. A glance at the list ot plays is sui
cen; to revive too expectations of old theat
goers, and, when it is known that the compai
and appointments aro equal to any in the Som
the anxiety to witness the performance becom
intense. Tho Black Crook, though but a copy
the original, presents attractions that will ensu
a full attendance; its famo has gove over the who
land, and the person who has not seen the Croo
and will not go, should ludo his diminished bea
Mr. Templeton, the manager and treasurer, is no
in this city, making arrangements for tl
opening of the theatre, and ho confidently expeoi
to present to tbe Charleston community a serios 1
dramatic entertainments that will prove irresist
bio attractions, and will compel an attendance.
Why Shake?' Why Burn i
Put these two questions to a man pasalug through tl
alternate paroxysms of Fever and Ague, and ho wi
probably reply, "Because I cannot help myself."
But ho is mistaken. Ho can help himself. Henee
not continue to endure the marrow-aearching cold an
parching heat ot intermittent fever uni csa ho chooses.
If there is an established fact in the history of med
cation, it is this; that HOSTETIER'S STOMACH Bil
TEES invariably breaks up the fits of this exbaus?n
Quinine often fails, and whether it fails or not, it i
always a dangerous medicine. It stultifies the brain
The Bitters have no such effect. Quinine shatters tb
ue.-vous system. Tho BITTERS, on tho other hand, ar
a glorious nervino; in fact, a specific for nervous ali
Medicines, as a general rule, are "bad to take." No
so, this famous vegetable specific. It ls mild and agree
^ble. not pungent and nauseating. Tho liver is alwayi
greatly disordered in intermittent and remittent fevers
and th ^ excellent tonic and altorative has antlbUio. 1
propertied of the highest order. Thc stimulant em
ployed tc dilfnse its medicinal virtues through tho or
gans of the bod}" is perfectly pure, and this cannot b<
said of the spirituous basis o- any other tome. The ben
advice '.hat can bc given to persona residing in malarloui
regions, or in crowded cities, is tJ take lt as a proven
tive of diseases incident to both. Whether used as a
protecdve antidote or a remedy, It will be found wonder
tully efficacious. 6 November 11_
Know thy JDestiny.
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, ino ?real English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant *ud Psyehon-.etr.cian, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Maleme THOHSTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers st second sieht as to oaa
blo her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the sinele or married of either ses. While m 3 state
of tranco, ?be delineates tho vary foatures 01 th? parson
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known sa the Psycbomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wile
ol tho applicant, together with date o? marriage, position
in life, leading traits ol character, Ac. This is no hum
buff, as thousand of teitiiuomalf can assort, ?be Will
seud, ?hen desired, a ccrtiti -d reran .-atc, or written
guarantee, that thc picture is what lt purports to bc. Cy
enclosing a small lock ol hair, and ?v?ng place of birtb.
.u?o. .Jispoai?on and complexion,and 'inclosing fifty cent*
iud stamped envelope addrcEsed to yourself, you ?i'd re?
ceive the picture sud dosired iufonnatiou by reiuru mail,
\n communications sacredly confidential. Addres?. in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON. P. O. Box 203,
Hudson. N. Y ly March :i"
Free to Everybody.
A Large ij pp. Circula:, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how tho homely may become beautiful, tb"
despised respected, and the forsaken lov ed.
No young lady or gentlemau should fail to ttuJ theil
I dd ress, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. Drawer, 21,
March jo lyx Troy, N. V.
~~E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAUISTKATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMER*
street to No. TV CHURCH STREET. n"ai- St.
Michael's Alley. August 31
DON'T SPEND A DOLLAR TOR CLOTHING before
going to Macullar, Williame 4 Parker's, No. 270
King street. mwf3
HOYT'S SUPEB-FHO.SPHATE of LIME.-Messrs.
Okey d* Co. have obtained the agency of this well
known fertilizer, and will fill orders for any
amount. Tois ia tho tii:e for plant?is to
invest in manures, and to prepare the land for the
next crop. Hoyt's Super-Phosphate of Lime is
one of tho best manures known, and Messrs.
Olney A Co. will se'l on the moat libeifcl terms.
MCCLELLAN SADDLES.-Mr. F. Chapeau adver?
tises a fresh supply of McClellan Saddles. These
saddles are known to every ono who bore arms
during the late war as the most comfortable and
convenient that could bo made. Rumor states
that when that doughty warrior, General John
Pope, telegraphed to Washington that his head?
quarters wore in the saddle, a McClellan treo was
meant, as it was the only style of saddle that
would permit such constant use without injuring
the rider. Mr. Chapeau will sell these saddles at
low rates, and those in nocd should apply at once.
MESSES. FOQABTIE & STILLMAN.-Most of the
kxge dry goods bouses on King street are now lo?
cated in their old stands, but some changes have
occurred which have altered the appearance of the
street in a measure The fire which destroyed the
Queen City Hotel waa scarcely cold before the
work of reconstruction was commenced, and the
building that now occupies the site is far superior
to ita predecessor. The advantagos of securing a
stand like this induced Messrs. Fogartie & Still
1.1 an to make an oarly application for the North
store, and the workmen had hardly completed
their labors before they had taken possession, and
opened a choice stock cf goods. Messrs. Fogartie
ct Stillman have been caterers to the Charleston
public for too many years not to be aware how to
select their goods, and their Dew atora is always
crowded witli customers, whose purchases dimin?
ish tho piles of goods presented for their inspec?
FOB GOOD CLOTHTNQ, cheap, go to Macullar, Wil?
liams & Parker's, No. 270 King street. mwf3
KENTUCKY STATS COMBINATION LOTTERY draws
every day at Covington, Ky. Wholo tickets from
$1 to $10; shares in proportion. Prizes from
M000 to $60,000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
Ko. 90 Hasel street, Charleston, S. C.
November 7 ? Imo
To BE CUBED or DISEASE OB SUFTERINO is always'de
lirable, hut to bc cured by influences gentle aa the breath
of Spring and lasting as life, is the especial prerogative
st Homoeopathy. BUMPHBET'B SPECIFICS, advertised in
mother column, leave nothing to be desired in this
direction, for family or individual usc. They are mild,
limpie, and yet prompt and efficient, always rendering
HUMPHBETS' SPECT/IC HOMOIOPAXHIC MEDICINE CO..
November 13 I No. CC2 Broadway. N. Y
P. H. B.
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
Thc secret will be revealed by investing in a bottle of
PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
THE BEST PLACE IN CHARLESTON to get your
monet's worth IB at Maci?hr.'Wflhams & Parker's,
No. 270 King street. m wf3
What is TARRANTS EFF; GVi CENT SELTZER
APERIE >T, and what are its effects? These are ques?
tions Wii^h the great American pubiic haa a right to
ask, an.i it abro has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative and tonic, and ls most care?
fully prepared In thu form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all the wonderful medical properties of the far
famed Seltzer springs of Germany.
Of its affects we would say that thOBo who have tested
the preparation are tho best judges, and they declare
over their own signa turee that tho preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of tho
bUe. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize tho
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid m the
Stomach. Cleanse and tono the bowels. Assist tho |i
falling appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If yon are a Bufferer give this Remedy one trial, and lt |
will convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., bole Proprietors, New York.
sold by all Druggists. Smos September 12
FOB GENT'S FUBNISHINO GOODS, good and cheap,
go to Macullar, Williams 4 Parker's, No, 270 King
street. _ mwl3
The Time to Advertise in tlie Country.
TUE PHOTNIX has a large circulation throughout Un.
middlo and appcr Districts or the State. Advertising
rates aa roa so nable as the stringency of o money mar?
ket ?viii warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
the columns or the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 20 Columbia, 8. C.
If you want cheat. Blank Dooks;
If you want choap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, Ac; or, Mnxxaa' Almanac;
li you waat Printini: oxocutod neatly;
Jj you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Booka made to ordsr, with any desired pattern ot
nillup, go to HIRAM RABBIS SO. 59 Broad street.
BONDS AND STOCKS
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COUPONS
CITY OF I OLUMBTA ONDS
SOU I E CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
BONDS AND STOi KS OF ALL KINDS.
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
November 13 1 No. 8 Broad street.
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. IO BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YORE, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BILLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH\ PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EL'ROPE.
?OLD, SILVER. SECURITIES. BANK NOTES ic,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTION'S MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
I .VT KR K.ST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 2'J lino?
BONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
THE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker. No. 8 Broad street
September 20 rmw2rao
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLUM fi. UWLIIEX & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS IN PART OFi
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRX, SIL?
VER AND PLATED WARE of all kinds and patterns
FANCY G?fDS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES.
CUT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of all styles and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DINNER AND CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
THE FLORENCE GAZ I- TTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. A f FLORENCE.
S. C., offers au excellent medium to Merchants and
e thers Who wish to extend their business in the Pee
Dee section of th? State. Rales of advertising very rea
sona&I*. September 16
SUPER PHOSPH ITE LIME.
HAVING THE AGENCY Ol' THIS WELL KNOWN
MANURE, we ?re prepared to Ail orders at any
time on favorable terms.
OLNEY & CO.,
NOS. 0, ll A VD 13 VENDUE RANGE.
November 13 wfm3
CONTAINING A FAIR PB01>OBTION OF PERUVIAN
Guano and Phosphate ol' Lime. Well adapted to
Gram or Cotton, and prepared by respectable and re?
sponsible parties in Baltimore. Price?, $t,5 per t^n 2000
RAW ROI SUPER-PHOSPHATE
ZELL & SONS,
At ail times, for ?ale at market priM, and received di- !
rect from the Agents of Peruvian Government, and there
tore warranted pure.
T. J. KERR ft CO,,
November ll mwfO
TO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
riYHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREPARED BY THE
X 1st of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer is made ia this city under tho personal
supervision of Dr. ft Jultm RaveneL Chemist; and wo
oiler it to the Planters and Farmers as one of the best
tliev can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
I TO vi sion Crop?.
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. I SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
t\ r TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, TO AR
O O HIVE per ?ehr. L. A. ?-dwarda.
For sal? by T. J, KERR k CO.
November 12 _ 3
TO SEA ISLAND
THE i-ROPRTETOFS OF "BOLTON PLANTATION, ' '
late "BARKER'S," in "-t Andrew's Parish, having
put lu successful operation MCCARTHY'h GI 8, pro?
pelled by steam, propose GINNING AND PROPERLY
PREPARING BOR MARK LT SEA ISLAND COTTON, at
customary rate? of tole.
The ginning and preparation of tho Cotton will be
under the superintendence of Mr. GEORGE W. S. LE?
GARE, to whom all applications may be addressed.
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOR THE PROPRIETORS.
October 31 13
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
JAMES w. MCMILLAN, THAD. C. JO WITT,
Late of the Late of the firm of
DAILY MEWS. BURKE a JO WITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
BOOK AND JOB
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of tho DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, in 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,
kc, &c. Are., &c.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
FUR I ITU R
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS Ol?
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT TUE SHORTEST NO'IICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed es re?
ft. W. i'ROtil. J?M??B BLACK. OF.O 6NTDEK.
October 24 Hmo?
? DER DECREE IN I CECITY.
llvnu . UH and Building Atte int-on i -. J/, ?
On TUESDAY, thc 2Cth iiiBt., at 1) o'clock, wi:: ?>o sold,
at the old Cu tom House,
.\ll that LOT OF LAND, situate at ?ho Northwest coi?
ner of A-aon and George strocts. measuring <m Georas
Gtroct 32 foet, on Aston street 55 feet, cn the North line
50 font, and on tho West Lino 50 feet Boundiii" North
and West on land of .1. W. Brown, South on Georg?
street, and East on Anson sheer.
Terms-One-third cash; balance m two equal coes
sire annual instalment.-,, with interest irom day ct sale,
payable annually, secured by tue bond of the purchaser j
and mo.tgage of t:.o premises.
Purchaser to pay fer papers and stamps.
JAMES W. GRAY.
November G w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY. ~
O'Neill vs. Shield*, et al.
On TUESDAY, the 26th November, at ll oVlock, will be
sold, unler tho direction of thc undersigned, at the
old Custom Rouse,
All that LOI OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on tho East corner ol Coming and Shepherd
streets, North of Linn street, bou >ding Nor h on Shep?
herd street. East on land ot Picttet, .-oath on David Hi?
ker's land, and Wt st on Coming street, measuring on
the front and back Unes, each 21 leet, more or has, and
70 feet more or 1-ss in depth.
Terms- One-h iii cash, balance in ono and two years,
Mean i by bend of tho pinchas> r aud mort.age of the
premises; buildings to be insured to an amount required
by the Master, and the policy assigned. Purchasers to
pay ior papers aud stamps. J.W.GRAY,
November C w3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Forsett et al., vt. Quinn.n.
On TUESDAY, the 26th instant- at ll o'clock, will bo
sold, at tne Old Custom Houso
Ah that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings thereon,
situate on the West sido of President s reet, opposite the
Arsenal Square, measuring on the front and hack Unos
each 40 feet, and in depth 128 feet, moro or less. Bound?
ing East o President st eet, West by marsh laud, North
on land of Collen, and South un land of Muckcnluss.
The LOT OF LAND wita the Buildings thereon, situ?
ate on the West side of Coming street, North of Went?
worth street, measuring in iront on Coming ?trpot 27
lett, on the back linc 24 feet, and in depth on the North
line 55 feet, on (ho South lice 03 feet; bounding South on
lot next describid.
Tho LOT with tho Buildings thereon adjoining the last
described to thc South, aud situate on the West side of
Coming strcot measuring in front 36 f et, on the back
! Inc 37 leet, and in depth on the North hue 53 loot, on
the South Uno 48 feet.
Terms.-Onc-rourth cash; balance m ono. two and
three years, in equal instalments with interest from the
day of sale, payable semi-annually, secured by bonds ot
the purchasers and mortgagp of the respective lots
sold. The buildings tobe Insured and tho policies as?
signed. Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
J W. GRAY,
November G_wjtul_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Palmetto Suvinys Institution vs. Burns.
On TUESDAY, the 26th Instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, under the decision of tho undersigned, at the
old Cu^to . i House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings theroon,
on tho Southeast corner or 1 'repinan and Queen streets,
measuring In front on Queen street 45 feet, and-m depth
67 feet 6 inches; bounding North on Q'leen s'reet, ? on b
on lands of Tram bo, East on land? now or late of G. W.
Co por, and West on Trsnman street
Terms-One-1 hird cash; nalanco in onr, two and
three years; secured by bond of tho purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises, and insurance or. tho building to
such arno ; nt aa the Master may rcqirre. and the policy
assigned to him. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. J W. GRAY,
November G_w3tul_Master in Equity.
UNDER DE? REE IN EQUITY.
Bennett vs. Bennett.
On TUESDAY, Ibo 20th instant, at ll o'clock, will bc soM
at the old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon, on
the Wot side of S. Phiip's street, Charleston Neck,
knowii on a plat of It. E. Pay no, drawn Juno lat, 1849, by
tho letter E, measuring In iront 39 feet 9 inches, on tho
back line 37 teet 6 inches, and in depth 100 feet more or
less, bounding North on an alleyway, South on lotD,
and West on lot li, as per said plat
Torms-One-t lird cash ; balance on bond?, with inter?
est, payable semi-annually, on a credit ol ono and two
vears, thc bonds to be sccur d by mortgage of the prem?
ises. The buddings to be insurucd and kept maure '.
and tho policy assigned until the bonds are paid and the
mortgage satisfied, i he premises arc now under a le is .
which will expire In twelve months, purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
November 6 w3tul Master in Equity.
DETECTIVE OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON. November 13th, 1867.)
PERSONS HAVING LOaT SILVER WAUK. RU'iH AS
Spoons, Forks, Ac, i arked, are requested to call
at this Office, as somo nave been recovered.
H. W. H NDRICK3.
First Lieutenant and Chief of 'electives.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRF88ED AND PIECE PANS K PT., PER DOZEN,
64c; 1 pt. 66c ; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt 75c; 2 ort 51.22; 3
qrt, ei.88; 4 qrt, $1.96; 6 qrt. $2.50; 10 qrt $3.*50.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $8.75; 9 In. $7.26,
FUNNELS-Vial0 60c; Pints 80c; Quarte 51.26; 2
Quarts $2.0U; 4 Quarts ?3.00, per doron.
WASH BA>IN's (Pressed, Plate and Japnned -small
$2.00; large ?3.50, poi dozen
PRESSED CULLfcNDERi>-?mall $3.00; large $4.00,
per dosen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON' & CO.
November 0 wira
TWO LOTS IN AIKEN
NOT HAVING BEEN SUCCESSFUL, THE
SAME WILL BE SOLD AT A LOW RATE IF
APPLIED FOR IMiuTDLATELY AT THE JIER
THE CELEBRATED "CRAIG MICROS.
COPE" combine ns:ruction with amusement, and
lasts forever, heat, rdmpl< st, cheapest and most power?
ful Microscope in t e wjrld; magn fi s 10,000 time*, or
eq Ul to other Microscopes costing ?20; mido on an en?
tirely now plan requiring no focal adjustment, there
toro it can bo readily use i bv ev. ry OJO-even by
children. A beaut.ful gilt to old or young; adiptcd to
tho family circle as woll ? s scientific uso; shows the
adulterations m fo d, ihousauds of animals Lu a singlo
drop of water, eels in vinegar, globule- in milk, biuod
and other liuids, tubular structure ot hair, claws on a
fly's foot, a.so the cele..rated "trichina spir.dis" or pork
worm, widch jg causing so many deaths among pork
eaters; and in tact thu objects which may be < xamlned
lu Ibis vonderful Microscope are without numbor. All
aro invited to call and see its great magnifying power.
It took tho first premium at the Ohio Stet? F;.ir. Libe?
ral i.lscount to Agents, schools and Dean rs. Price $2.60.
Packed in a ne t box and sent prepaid to any a dress on
receipt of $2.75. Money can be sent by n ail at our risk.
Adoress GEORGE ?IEADE, Drawer No. 80, Racine, Wis?
consin. 18 November 13
"OILS, PAINTS, ETS.
OIK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA> D FOR TH TS BELTING DU
RING, Colonel L. IL HATC./S Agency, ia sufficient gua
ranteo (or its quail lies.
For sala at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET.
October 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
WHITE LEAD AND ZM PAINTS.
10.000 w raEMn:s praE WFm
10,0 u lbs. puic Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New Yerk Wbito Lend
6,000 Iba. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Wusbington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ol the above for sale low by
HOLMES k CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 126 Meeting street
OIL ! OIL ! OIL!
tX AA GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
OU Lr 900 gallons Winder Bleached Whala C il
800 bilious No. 1 Lard Oil
3i>0 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
60C galloi s White Oa'< Oil
300 ga lons pure NcaUfOOt OH
7l)0 gallons English Lin eed Oil
100 gallons boiled Linseed Ott.
For sale low ut HOLMES fe CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 126 Meeting street
ISAAC MIX & SON,,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
, ESTABLISHED 1930.)
.MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at any other es abhsh'i eut in the city,
and warranted equal to any nude in the United States.
?f?- Descriptive catalogues sen? on application.
August 30, _tow.
THE BEXNKTTSVILLE /Ol RN AL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY ! RIDAI MORNING Al
BemiSttsvUlB, s. c, lu thc eastern portion of ihe
state, by STUB RS .v LI : I LL, Proprietors, aud otl.r
superior induccuiuiits to Murcnaut? iud all otb? 1
wish to extend tlicir business in Ul - tection ol the Pw
Dee country. We respectfully soiel: .no patronage ot
our Charleston friends.
Terms-*3 pei ai num, invariably in advance. Aa^r
tisemrr ? Inserted at very reasonable rates. Ju'i'0
Unreserved Sale of Dry Goods and Clothing, Just
Received from Xew York.
KILROY & CO?
Will ecil THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock, at their f alearooma
No. 138 Meeting stre-t, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
A LABOE STOCK OY SEASONABLE GOODS, CONSISTING Vt
BLANKETS, DOMESTICS, Prints, Delaines, Drees
Goods, Sat?nete. Jeans, Fancy Cassimeres, Clothing, in
large varier? and every grade; Hoop Skirts, Ti. iee. Em?
broidery, Silk Braids, Buttons, Belts, Perfumery, Scans,
P pos. Paper Collars. Hata, Caps, Suspender?, Neck Ties,
A Large Assortaient of CAPES AND MUFFS.
Old Wooden Building [to be Removed.)
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, at our office. No.
33 Broad street.
The WOODEN RUTLDING. No. 53 Broad street, be?
tween Church and Mee.ia.? stroets, South ?ide
Conditions cash. Bulldiug to be removed within ten
days. November 1.7
Two Mules, two Horses, Carpets, Furniture, ?tc,
large Book Case, one lot Iron Cotton Ties.
BY H. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at 10? o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street, will
BY R. ?. MARSHALL & BRO.
Will be sold TH TS D\Y, at 10? o'olock,
One Bvigiry HOB3E, well b:okon und very fast; war
One Hundred Cases Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Bal?
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS DAY, the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, in oir
.Sul?s Boom, No. 112 Meeting street, wo will sell for
One hundred cases ASSORTED BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gaiters, l ? almonds, of Men's, Boys'. Women's, Misses',
Children's, and Ladies' Gaiters, all fresh and desirable
Goods, to which we in', ito the attention of buyers,
Bulbous Roots, Hyacinths, Tulips, Plants tn
Bloom, Grape Vines, ftc.
BY JOHN G. MI INO R & CO.
THIS DAY. tho 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be
sold at our Auction 'ales Room, No. 133 Meeting street,
just rec> ived from tho celebrated nurseries ofMure k
60 NATIVE GRAPE VINES, 1 case Bulbous Roots, Eng
lish Yew Trees, Arbovlte, Tree Box, Cypresaus, Lawson
lana.Crvptomina, Jap?nica, Mil Flowers, Jessamfr.es,
Geraniums Camelia Jap?nicas Violets, Carnabons with
a variety of other choice Plan a, too numerous o men?
Conditions cash on delivery. November 18
Dry Goods and Hosiery.
BY JOHV G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW (Thursday), 14th inst, at 10 o'clock, will
be sold, at our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting
CASSIMERES, SATTTNETS, FI ANNELS
Brown Shirtings, Ladies' and Children's Hosie: y,
White, Slate, and Balmoral
Madras Handkerchief, Colored Cambrics
Delaines, Calicoes, Linen Tweeds
White and Slate Jeans, Womon's and Children s
With a variety of other goods not enumerated.
Condidons cash. November 13
DRY GOODS, ETC
No. 248 KL\G STREET,
Between Hasel and Market*sts.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their cubto->- 'j-s and the public generally, to their
very extensive stock of
Which will at all tunes bo found complote.
; In this will be found a ?ell assorted Ptook of PRINTS'
GINGHAM.*, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
! lowest market rates.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap 104
Sheeting?, 3-4, 7-6 and 4-4 Longcloths.
Wo have RED. WHITE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
grett variety; B ankets, Shawls, Nubias, Sontogn, Hoods
and Scarfs, very cheap
A splendid quality of BLOADCLOTH. for Ladles'
Cloaks, at $2 per yard.
Fine Cloths. Cas imerea and Vestings of all descrip?
tions, suitable fur Men's and Boys' wear
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT,
The attention of Housekeepers is invited to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Fronting Lin
en. Linen Sheeting. Pillow Case Linen, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 76 cents to SI.
Shirt BosomB from 25 cents up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
'?atcst novelties of tho season in the very beet fabrics and
POPLINS, Mennos, Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Block and Colored Silks, 'Scotch Plaids
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dress Gooda.
A largo lot of Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLO i'H COVERINGS mads of the best ma tortola and
MILLINERY A?D U DEPIRTMEM
FULL LINES OF THE BEST MAKES OF KID,
SILE and IHRE AD GLOVES
Ladles* Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and tbades; togeth' r wi h and ex ensive assort?
ment of Aosiii sets, Bugle Gimps and Fringes, Guipure,
Brussels Thread, Cluny ai d Dlond Laces. Black and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES', GENTS'. AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG.
LISH, French, and German HOSE and HALF HOSE, of
ali qualities, in Cotton and WocL very cheap.
A cali is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
Ko. 248 KINO STREET,
October 19 w fm 2m os
F o XT R
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOR $10,
Address Al LEN G. FOWLER,
No. 8 Park Row, New Yoik.
October 31 mwfSmo
WE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS, AND FIND
that they will do ali that is claimed for them and
cheertully recommend them to public favor.
I. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama!
J. Vt. A. SANDFORD, Att'y Geni of Alabama,
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala.
From THOMAS J. JOTXJE, Judge Supreme Court
I have used GiLLIOHrlN'S PILLS on rny piar ti ti or
tor lever and Ague, and And them all that lt cfcnsd foi
^m;? " THOS..'. JUDGE.
Montgomery. Ala., September 2P, 186?.
" . LOWNDES COCNTT, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will dc
Thfy aro decidedly the best medicine tor Chills and i e
ver I ev?r gave. I would not be without them for Aw
tunes the price. J. A GR A Ha M.
AMEIUCCS April 17, 1*87.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfecth
of Chills and Fever. They are the bat medicine lol
I Chills aud Fever I ever saw. A. G. RON'ALDSON,
Clark Superior Court, sumter County, Ga.
** MONTGOACEB?, ALA., July 9, 1868.
Measr.. BLUNT .\: HALL-GENTS: I haw used youi
\ GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two ocasious for Chills an..
[ Fever, aud lind that they effect all that they are intend
ed to do. They are tho best remedy for the disease thni
i have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable,
Re.-pcctfully, DAN'X SAYRE,
Grana* Ser. Grand Lodge ol P. and A. M. cf Alabama,
ALUAXY, GA., March ll, 1S07.
Ibaveu?od GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty case60'
I Chills and Fever, ?nth perlcot success. Tiny arc tl,
I bl il Fever and Ague Pill put up. A. B. PANI.
WHO LESA Lf t\ CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WISEMAN ? io.,
No. ID:: Meeting street
\i.rl by all Dr..,r'.s'u
HLOIWT it HALE,
M liruniofr.. \l,
TilE GUEE WILLE MOUNTAIN REU
Is PUBLISHED EVER? THURSDAY, AT $1 50 PEI
malvance. Advertisements inserted at usui.i
r,??. E- ELFORD,
'.^'y IQ Editor and ProorletorJ
Leghorn, Felt fini Strata FatK?maiU Irivm?d
Bats, Ribbons, Trimmings, Velvet, Feathers,
Black Leaver and Dress Broadcloth, Cassimeres,
Satinet, Shawls, Mufflers, ftc..
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, -Yo. 55 Hasel street
Opposite PoetoAce, ?
SALE DAYS MONDAY'S, WEDNESDAi S AND FRIDAYS.
Will nell, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock precisely,
Full assortment of ABOVE GOODS.
Loincloth, Brown Homeppun, Stripe*, Drills, Jaco?
nets, Prints, Debegc, Poplin, 4c, 4c.
Coniitioas cash._ November 13
Household Furniture, Work Bench, Tools, He.
BT D?RBEC & CO.
W1U be sold THIS DAY, the J3tb inst, at 10 o'clock,
A, M., at No. 600 Kin;, comer Columbus street*,
Sunbry ^rti-lea HOtaEHOLD FURNITURE, WORK
BENCH AND TOOL-', together witto OOOD WILL ARD
FE ? URES OF STORE.
Conditions cash. November 13
United States Marshal's Sale under Foreclosure
of Mortgage- B. F. Simmons ?-?.. ?. JJ. Hui
gins, Jas. L. Owens and H. C. Hudgxns.
Z. B. OAKES, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an order ot sale, to me directed, tn .the
above caa*, I will expose fur pale, at Public Auction, a*
the extreme West end nf Beanfaln stn ot i- outb eld*,
in the City ot Charleston, THIS DAY, 13th instase,
at ll o'clock A. iL,
( NE ENGINE AND BOILER, with Circular Saw At?
One other Engine and Boiler
One Iron Sate.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for necessary pa?
pers and stanps. J. P. M. EPPING,
November 13_United States Marana!
Horses, Venicles and Furnituce at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 37 Brood street.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of thslr office.
No. 136 Coming street, Wat side, one door Worth
of Radcliffe, at Auction,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 37 Broad street. ?.
TO-MORROW, the Uth inst, al ll o'clock, at the old
Custom House, East end of Broad street.
All that LOT OF LAND, situated aa above, with a two
story Wooden Building thereon, containing ?our roer??,
di easing room and pantry, kitchen, 4c
Terms-One-third cash; bdance in onie, two and three
years. Purchaser to pay S. 4 McG. tor pape-s and
a tam pa. ? thain wtoS November 13
~MCFAY & CA>1PBEL?~
Will sell TO-MORROW, Thursday, lita November, at
No. 138 Meeting street, at io o'cloc w
THE BALANCE OF GOODS BELONGING TO THE
UNITED STATES MA BS HAL.
All GOODS not called for by formar purchasers, at
300 LOTS ASSORTED HOP C.OOD3, wi th ont reserve '
Particulars morning of ?tic i hovember lt
Prime Porto Rico Sugar and Molasses.
BY STREET BR TH?RS & ?<K
At unction, on TUESDAY, the 19th hut, will be ?old at
tow Ccawm House Stores, .
164 hhda. prime PORTO RICO SUGAR
23 naries prime Por a Rico Molasses.
Conditions cash in 10 days i
M&- Augusta Cbronile ?nd " Sentinel and Columbia
Pheonix will insert 6 times and tend bill to s. B. 4 Co.
November 13 . _ -
?' ii i u \_ gg ? ' 1
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC.
ALOT OF THE ABOVE SERVICEABLE SADDLES,
admirably a lapted to plan ta don nae. For sate at
a reduced figure, in any quantity.
T. 9: CAkimLO,
Meeting street, next South Mills Souse.
November 13 wfl
i, " -; ?.. -y i-r
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WIN TER
8TOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIMER..8 AND YfiST
INGS, which they are prepared ta make up. OR WILL
SELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH AS :
, . ? . ?fi . . . . oh :i !. i
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SHAKSPIABE COL.
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirt* ind Drawers
Dulce of Edin.urah Cravat lie*
Suspender?, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchief?, Cotton *T*t* Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, eic.
, .M-iJI .il Milt
ALL OF WHICH THEY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAB
LET, of direct importation hom Liverpool, which wo
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from import cost, or aj low as the Interior article Of
American Flannels. They are all Wool?, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladles* Balrook
ral Skirts. / t .
Nos. 3? AND 34 BROAD STREET.
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Manarra.
CAPITAL PRIZE. $50,000!
20 Prizes of....51,000
63 Frizes of..400
155 Prizes of..200
?ttO Prises of....... 185
1 Prize or..850,000
1 Prize of..20,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Pr: zo of..7,000 j
3 frizes of..5,000 j
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 PRIZE8-8230.650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To bedrawnatCovi??fton, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 15lb, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, SIS ; HALVES, $0 ; QUARTERS, SS;
The chancea are tar more ?avoiable to draw prim tn
this than m any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets shouia always examino the tch.nin,
P lacs paid in full without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
correspoudonta may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing mouey with tull address,
43*All o dera for tickets, schemes, and infoimation to
be addressed to fl. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston, S. C.
Office No. 90 Bani street
A SUPERB STOCK OP FINE
GOLD Al SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
AU warranted to run and thoroughly reffn?
ula ted, at the low price of ?10 eaeht
100 Soud Gold Hunting Watches.$3*0 to $1000
100 Marie cased Gold Watches.800 to 800
SSS Ls ?es'Watches, Inamelled. loO ? 300
?00 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 360 to 300
MO Gold Hunting English Levers.200 I? 350
Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.160 to 300
600 Gold Hunting American Watches.100 to 360
630 Silver Hunting Levers. 30 to 150
OOO Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 350
600 nadies' Gold Watches. 50 to 350
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines. 50 to 75
lucio MisceUaueous Watches, all kinds. 50 to 100
>6U0 >Uver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
?o W Assorted ^lver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular ona
price plan, riving every patron a fine Gold or bolla bu?
yer Watch lor ilo. without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. C< rtiiicates, naming the articled, are placed
in ceakd envelopes, and well mixed. Holders ara enti?
ced to the article named on their certiacatt, upon pay?
ment oi len Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or ono worth less, ihe return or any of our certiflcatn
antilles you to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective ol' its w rta; a:id as no article valued len
?iau $10 is named on. any certificate, it wit at once
be seen that this is no Lottery, but a streich ttorvard
iegiuinatc transae?cn. which may be paru ei pa tel in
even by the moat fastidious 1
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 25 cents, flvo for $1, eleven tor S3, thirty-iuree
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for ?10, ons hundred and most superb Watoh
tor S15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, thia
is a rare opportunity, lt is a legitimately condc.ctea.
business, duly authorized by the Governmentsnd open
to the moat careful scrutiny. TgJ* ??????fa.
Importers, No. 16) Broadway. N. Y.
I<5 AV rWFLLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ID
Merchants and business men try U tor a Caw month?.
aiercuiuiu><" (l on y0Ur caraa ^ increeso
..No r^no gauVj, ?herev nothing to equal Printer'*
your ?radathta f^y a |orlune>
tuk-it ' p^pcr^a per winum. in advancs.
Ff inserted at the me of SI per squareot
V ? ues or less lor each insertion. ,
'^ards of Uncs or leas- st ^ nt* oi *10 te
^?traets bv the year or tor - ix months, allowing prit.
IIJM m chancing on more ta o rabie term?. Address
,lepc o? cuww "u)WARD A BRONSON,
s-vecibcrl* Pr hustet ia Proprietory
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