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THE DAILY iVEWS.
?- LARGEST CTBCVLAlTcN -TH- DAILY NEW?
BEING THE NLW^PAFIR OFFICIALLY RECOG?
NISED AS H 4VTNG :HE LARGEST CIRCULullON
IN THE C'TT OF CHARLESTON. PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LETTERS EE1LUNINO IN THE TOSTOF
FICE AT TBE LND OF EACH WEEK. ACCORDING
IO THE TECVISIONS OF THE NEW P. BIOFFICE
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1867.
LOCAL M ATTERS
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
JOH? G. MILNOS & Co. will aol] at 10 o'clock,
orv Kuods, &c.
b?UTn & MCGILLIVRAY will sell at ll o'clock,
a lot ct .'cr.tl.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell at 10 o'clock, bal?
ance or Umtod State.- Marana.'s goods; alao, 200
lots dry coeds.
MIL s DRAKE will SQ]] at 10 o'clock, the stock
Ola dry gooda store.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell at 9? o'clock, strips,
T. M. CATER will sell at 9 o'clock, bacon,
J. A. E.NVLOw & Co. will sell, at 10J o'clock,
IarpoBTAST RC3IOB-A decided flutter was no?
ticeable last ovenin? among tco knowing ones in
the hotel lobbies and ether public places, occa?
sioned by rumors of an imponding change in the j
ptrsonnei of tho city coverameut, to b3 effected?
indirectly by a military order, said to bo io course
of prcparatio ', and which would maka the taking
of tho'"iron-clad" tesl oath the sie quinn of
?ontinuance in office. Of course such an order
would cause a complete and instantaneous bou.t
verntmcn in our municipal affairs. Whether a
measure cf this kind is really contemplated by
General Cauby wo cannot say; but wo do know
thatits cens animation would be deeply deplored by
our entire community, and that its effect would
?urely be to still further lower the already suf?
ficiently depressed credit of Charleston.
It ia a singular coincidence that almost simulta?
neously with the circulation of the above rumor
we fret from the Savannah papers A re oort that
within a week or ten days at farthest there would
be a similar ohange in the government of that city
MERITED CLXHZNCI-The Columbia Phoenix of J
yesterday announces, that RaclcIUTi and Daly, of
Armstrong-Thompson notoriety, hare been par?
doned by the President, and would arrive in
MEETING or TEE CATHOLIO INSTITUTE.-The
monthly meeting of the CitooLo Iastitute will be
bald this evening at 7? o'olosk, iu the basement of
St. Paul's Cauroa, ia Society strot. 'he mem?
bers are requested to be punctual in their attend?
GXNXAAL EOWABD COHTNO. -II i Jor-Goneral O.
O. Howard, the Commissioner of Freedman's
Affairs, left Was jin -ton on Saturday ou a tour of
Inspection through tho Southern States. Hts ob?
ject is to learn, through personal observation, tho
workings o thc Bureau agencies, and to ob iain a
correct statement of affairs.
THE COCST o? EQUITY, (.HANCELLOB D. W.
JOHNSON PBE?roeta).-Tho case of Jas. S. Lawton
vs. Jas. Copen and H. W. Kinsman wa3 resumed.
General Wm. E. Martin commenced his argu?
The case ol' Creighton -s. Printie was curtin
ued. Wm. Alston Pringle, Esq.. opening the ar?
gument, followed by Edward McCrudy, Sr., E?q.
THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN SYNOD O'SOUTH
CAROLINA_Ibis religious body, composed of rep?
resentatives from the different Lutheran Churches
tn Son .h Carolina, convenes this morning at 10 j
o'clock at tho Wentworth street Lutheran Cuurch.
The Synodic:! sermon will bo preached by tbe
President, Rev. T. S. Boinest, of Pomaria. There
will also be Divine service at night commencing at
7? o'clock. Tbe seats aro free, and the public in?
vited to attend. _
ANOTHER CONCERT.-Tbe Post Band, Thus. Wel?
don, .Musical Director, advertise a Grand Concert,
to be given at the Hibernian Hall on Saturday
evening at 7 o'clook. Tho Post Band have been
faithful public servants durin? the dummer sea?
son, and their musical pertormanoos bavo made
the Battery s daligutful resort. Aside from their
connection with the military, their services have
st various times boon requostod by private pu he -
to add to the pleasures of some festive occasion,
and they b ive responded cheerfully. The present
concert io for the benefit of tho b .nd. and, as the
programme indicates, will bo a superitar entertain?
ment. All wno have eajoyod their music siicu.d
attend and make some re urn for their past plea?
UNITED CTATES DISTBIOT COUET- HON. GEO. S.
BRYAN PBESIDINO.-ix PMI- Daniel Leckie, of
Chester: Petition to bo appointed Commissioner
of tho United States Court at Chester. The peti?
tion was road and rho Judge signed an order for
ius appointment and commission.
The Petit Jurors answered to their names, and
<were adjourned over to Monday next.
The Cicrk, Daniel Horlbeck, Esq., reported to
the Court that ho bad received from Marshal Ep?
ping $305 10, the net proceeds of salo ol 7 bbla.
tte., ot distilled spirits, which had been con
derna eu *or violation of Internal Raves a : laws.
?x Par?s v^a- ? 'Cho^'o:: A motion to sat aside
s plea of guilt/. Affidavits; wore road by T. D.
Richardson, ]tsq., Counsel for the motioa, and Mr.
D. T. Corbin in reply.
THE CASTELLO TROUPE.-'lb e grand cavale ide
which passed through the streets yesterday morn?
ing, proved a potent argument *? 'ar-r of the
.vsning'a entertainment, and caused 3 ra9U which
toon orowdod the lar;e teat. Tue exai'.^on was
in every roepeot equal to its pradocesso.'*?- t^e
.down was os witty, and tho laughter of the *n
dience genuine and us.Casted, walle the cquo:
trisas sad acrobats coverod themselves with glory.
Their feats of agility were truly surprising, and
often caused tho beholder to tremble for the safety
Of the daring; leapiats; but the colors were wary,
sud acoidenteare rare occurrences. The female
portion of the troupe wera thorough experts, and
little Minado s perfect prodigy. Aside from the
performances coaneotod with the Hippodrome, a
number of side shows of oonsiderabio interest
were exhibited. Tho animals and other sights
were well worts a visit, and attracted the atten?
tion of a largo portion of the audieace.
FIBS IN SATANNAH.-The Savannah papers of
InesJay give an account of a large fire which oc?
curred there cr tho previous day, by which six
bouse; on Wi son street, belonging to tho Wilson
estate, were totally destroyed, besides several
other tenements and the Savannah Cotton Factory.
Tbs most serious loss was the Cotton Foe'ory,
thioh was doing an exaelleat business. Tue loss
of tbs Company is about $15,000 on building and
machinery, on which there is sn insurance ol
110,000, which ia divided between four different
companies. The building was a large woodon one,
and full of the necessary machinery for the manu?
facture of cotton batting, in which the Company
were doing ?a heavy business. As an average,
eighteen hands were employed by the Company.
The buildings will be immediately re-erected,
larger than before, and witli more conveniences.
The total toss by the fire is estimated at from
?20,000 to 525,000. Total insurance, $11,500.
BISHOP Li.wat nt BOSTON.-The Boston Post of
Monday last sayN:
Th? Rt. Rev. Bishop Lynch, of Charleston,
South Carolin?., preached yesterday forenoon and
afternoon, at the Cathedral Chapel of the Holy
Croea, in aid of the public institutions of l h?rtes?
ten, so nearly destroyed by the bombardment
Which that city underwent for so long a period
during the recent war. There was a laige attend?
ance at each service lu tho morning ho preached
from tLe Gospel of the Day, the text bern;; . Ren?
der nato Caesar tho th.ngs tl-st aio Caesar's, aad
unto God thu things that aro (ioaV lue general
ides contained ia hts sermon was that God was
above man, and ma:i must neaes3aiily worship
God in spirit and in truth, love uta ueighbor as
.himself, and rentier unto God what belongs to
Sim, and uuto Caesar-or the world-what baioa'js
ito them. At hi cio^e of bis discourse, tic SJJ'?V.
ot the dovastal.cn produced by tho shells thrown
into Char?Potoa during tao loa?.' s.ego, which tic
atroyed the church, orphan asylums, convents
free" schools, -.ad other pubhc institutions. Hr
mission itt Bo ton wap to solicit donations ho.n
the peor-lo ot thc North, who M he behoved were
not aware to what este:.: tho deatructu a had been
carried on by tho war. Tht.se edifices siiould be
rebvilt and repaired, and thia cou.d not ba dcae
without generous coal'ibutioas trom thj North.
latbe-a'ternoon. at voopeia, ihoBiShop pieacscd
upon the homage and respect due to TheB:e?sc?
Virgin as tao Mother ol God. His t-.xt was, "Ad
mations shall coil me blessed." Alter aa abie ana
.eloquent expositioa of tho text he concluded his
discourse, au ia tt.c forenoon, w.th appeals for
.charity rrotn the South. Ho alluded, .?i a feehng
mai)..er, to ?he doit uctio . ? f tho Catuolic Con veo.
.st Charleston, saying that when that Ii;.e ea Lie
ibad finally bocme um: habitable by tho inces.-an
ehe-luag inmates, iacudins; toeiastruo -
.pupils aad S.steis ot ..?roy, formed a prtoeseioi
snd proceeded to tho Comet.ry, where iii.y weic
foroed to remain a uumoei of Lights. At th',
olese of e?Ca service a lara'o Collection was taken
np. Jn Su-d?) next EitLoD Lyi cu Will pr acb ai
gt.'Frai.c.s de Solo's Caur b, .u Caariettown, e.ud
will prouaolv remain in this viciaity for somt
weeks lenser, preaching at the various churches
for the rehu? of the pubho institutions ol' the
THE GBEAT YACHT BAOS_A tele-ram. wu re?
ceived yesterday from James Gordon Bennett, Jr.,
ol New York, saying that ho would, in a few dtys.
Rive his doc sisn as to the winning- yacht in the
late raco between the "Eleanor" and "Maggie
Mitchell. Thia news will bo received witb plea?
sure, as cadi boat baa many frionds: and thero
l as Leen much anxiety to know to whom the palm
Should be awarded. As soon as Mr. Bennett's
award is received, the stakes, amounting to ono
thousand dollars, will be turned over to the win?
ner by tho proprietors of the DAJX? INEWS.
THP STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA_This excellent pack?
et steamer arrived here yesterday from New York.
The Saragossa roaobed New York from this city on
Saturday last, and left again on Sunday, discharg?
ing a cargo at that port and taking in a freight
for this city, all within the space of twenty-four
hours, being a striking instance of what energy
and good management can effect. This quick
work is largely owing to th<3 untiring ?ffoit of
Captain M. B. Crowell, who has proved himself on
all occasions one of our ablest shipmasters. The
Saragossa leaves for New York on Saturday next.
THE COSOEBT LAST NIGHT_Last night, for the
first time since its completion, the Hibernian Hall
was thrown open to thc public, and the changes
that had been made were thon subjected to a
enuc 1 eiamiuatiOD. None, however, named it but
to praise, as the alterations were unexceptiona?
ble, and tho increased size of tho Hall, and tho
conveniences of the stage, were at onoe notiosd.
Tho known musical ability of both Professors
Hoffman and Deden waa a guarantee that the
concert would be faultless, and a large audience was
early in attendano '.
The oi chestra and chorus were composed of the
best professional and amateur talent in the city,
and tho rendering of the different pitaes was very
fine. The effect of the full chorus waa particular?
ly noticeable m the 23d Psalm and Gloria, the
musio and the voices of the performers being in
perfect unison. The s^oa by the Soprano md
Baritone were also admirai,':' per ormed, and
elicited considerable applause; bat where the en?
tire entertainment waa so well conducted, it would
be invidious to individualiza. The Concert waa in
; very respeot a success, and we trust that, aa it
proved a souroe ot gratification and pisas ore to the
audience, it will be equally aa profitable to the
PAVTNO OF THE WHARVES.-For some time, pre?
parations to pave the streets leading to the
wharves have been in progress, and the piles of J
stones and sand that have been deposited along
he edge of the sidewalks were a convincing proof
that the work would not long be delayed. Tho
pavement on Broad street ia now co i ploted, and
the c ntracor3 will soon commence operations on
the different wharves. Th: se streets havo for a
long time be n in a deplorable condition, and
thojgh many efforts have been made by the wharf j
owners to raise their level, no lasting good bas
rcsrlted. Every rain converts the streets into
mud ponds, through which :he drays flounder, be?
spattering everything within their reach with a
liberal allowance of the adhesive mixture. Since
the paving of E ist Bay this evil has been felt to a
much greater extout, as the wharves are some?
what lower than the level of that etreet, and it re?
quired an effort for a horse to jerk a loaded dray
.rom i.he mud to the hard pavement. The paving
on East Bay and Broad street has been well done,
and when that on the wharves is completed, the
commercial facilities of Charleston will ba largely
increased. Every day renders the work more
accessary, as the supply of cot! on is constantly
increasing, and to prevent its accumulation at the
depots, it is sent to tho different wharves for ship?
ment without any delay.
HOTEL ABBIVALS.-M US Bouse-J. C. Courte?
nay, S. C.; Jas. S Beed, Now York; Jas. Serann,
Sow York, Major L. E. Johnson, Wadmalaw; Wm.
Riley, New York; Hudson G. Wolfe, New York; G.
9. Martin, Baltimore; G. Parsons, wife and ser?
rant, Savannah; Lieut. J. leo Schultz, U. S. K. S.;
3. L. Bardash, Now York; C. A. Babbe and lady,
Pan lion Ure'.-sVillis Barnes, South Carolina;
B. L. Lewis, Beaufort, S. C.; Joseph Wilson and
Prank Bro vn, New York; J. D. Charles, Greon
rille, 3. C.; Jno. A. Orr, Louisville; L. 0. stephens,
Dransoburg; Mrs. J. C. La Jd, child and servant,
Summerville; Miss Mathiessen, New York, A.
Ilngsborry, Edisto; Chas. H. Crawford, New
fork, F. Beed. Ei;sto; W. A. Enloe, Webster, N.
3.; Jno. B. Hair, H. W. Hair aud R. S. Barker,
Jan ?roll; S. A. Brown, Florence; Ec . Taos. A.
Sro n. Anson ville; E. E. Tindall, J. D. Wilder and
E. /_ Wilder, Jacksonville; Jno. E. Morgan, South
karolina; Capt. Thcs. B. Payne, City.
Chine ton Hotel-John 0. Durant, Bishoprille;
3. C.; J. C. Courtenay, S. C.; Daniel McCullough,
Faiificld, S. C.; F. M. Wonnamaker, S . Matthews;
lohn F. Biley, Orangeburg ; B. B. McCreery, N.
k*.? G. D. Smith, Newb.iry ; J. S. Beane, Augusta;
Dr. Bingen, wile, and tv o children and servant,
Macon, Ga.; John W. Waddell, Marlboro', S. C.;
Bay. E. A. Bolles, Columbia ; Henry Harney,
Savannah ; E. B. Price, Lyons, N. Y.; Aaron Con
no ver, Mount Morris, N. ?.; Leonard Harper, Buf?
falo, N. Y.
TBS CHARLESTON BIBLE Socrrrr.-The seces?
sion of the ten Southern States, and the snbse*
quent formation of the Confederacy, caused mauv
ties 'hat once connect?e, the two sections to be
sundered. Churches a id religious corporations
were separated frcm lue ir Northern associates,
and the non-io toi cour? o that w is preserved dur?
ing the war compt-lird most of theso bodies to
form new organizations which were limited to the
Coi.federacy. Arnon, these uumoious oban; cs, the
branches of tho /..ner.cin Bible Sjctety, cat off
from the paxon', bead, united themselves in an
association knr wa a* the Coofedorato Bible So?
ciety. Their >bjeot and purposes were the same
as the old sc daty-the dissemiuatioo of the word
of God thrc ljhout the country-and though their
sphere wa:- so ne what cLoumsoribod, they co
tr.ved, witt assistance from abroad, to circulate
a large cumber ot bibles and religious works
among the soldiers.
With the o'.ose of the wi r all religions differences
we.'O gradually healed, the hand of brotherly lore
was extended and met with a reciprocate pres?
sure. Churches became again united under one
head, and, bat for the antagonism manifested by
Congress, th? work of reconstruction would not
have been Jong delayed.
In accordance with a resolution adopted by the
Board of Managers, the Charleston Bible Society
met at the College Chapel on Tuesday afternoon
to discuss the propriety of reconnecting them?
selves with the American Bible .Soo.ety. The
meeting was quite interesting, and the p oo. ed
ines were characterized by a trae spirit of Chris?
tianity. '1 ho discussion elicited many important
facts, showing that the American Society had
never considered the separation complete, and
had, at different times and by various channels,
sent copies of its publications into the Confeder?
acy. After a oareful and deliberate consideration
of the subj ect, it was resolved that the Charles,
tun Bible S o?ietv become onoe more a collateral
branch of the American Bible Society. This reso?
lution waa received with general favor and unani?
mously adopted. _
FINANCIAL.-This is the time cf the year when
mont y is most needed, and people wish to convert
their securities into the ready cash, and it is im?
portent to know where this can be best effected.
Broad etreet has always been the abode of the
money changers, and those who wish to realize
are referred to Mr. Andrew M. Moreland, whose
advertisement appears m another column. Bonds,
ste :ks. aro purchased by him at the highest
market prices. _
JE WELBY, CBOCKEBVWABE, &c-Messrs. W. G.
'.Mulden & Co. have made extensive preparations
for the Winter t ade, and off..- to the public a
varied assortment of jewelry, embracing thoso ar
ticl.s tba: would be most acceptable as Christmas
presente. Their stock of watob.es aod the sm Aller
articloi of jewelry, Buch as rings, bioachos, ?to.,
is complete and will bj sold at reasonable raies.
In addition to this d epartment they have a full line
ol ciookeryware of every de:cription, and their
hrge stores ia King and Meeting str.ets are sup
olio 1 with everything that could tempt purchasers
and make taom remember that Christmas is
HcirpiraEY's SPECIFICS.-Thousands of invalids
.?ave basa perfectly cured of long standing ail?
ments, the plague and bane of their Lves, and on
which they havo spent thousands in vain, by sim?
ply usius theso invaluable Specifics. Not a family
who have. ever hid ono cf the93 family oases of
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS, but would give five
times its cost, ratherthin be with out it. Address
No. 5C2 BROADWAY. N. Y
November il 1
KEXTCCET SUTE Coann:,_Tios LOTTEBT draws
.very day at Covington, Ky. Wholo tickets frcm
il to $10; ?hare3 La proportion. Prizes from
,40110 to $50.000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, Chorlsston, S. C.
.November 7 Imo
The latest and most effectual remedy lo? the cure of
debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor ot the liver,
etc., is PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTEB8. For sale by
Why Sb?kM Why Burn?
Pat theee two questions to a man pcaainc through the
alternate paroxyrms of Fever and ?cue, and be will
probably reply, "Because I cannot help myself."
Bat he ls mista kee. Bo can help himsc.f. Ho need
not continue to endure the marrow-;earcning co.d and
parching heat of intormittcnt fever uuless be chooses.
If there ia an established fact in the hi-tory of medi?
cation, it is thia; that HOSIETlER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS invariably breaks up the Ate of this exhausting
Quinine often falls, and whether it falla or not, it ia
always a dangerous medicine. It stultifies tba brain.
Tho Bitters have no such eflcct. Quinine shatters the
nervous system. The BiTTEBs, on the other band, are
a glorious nervine; in tact, a specific for nervous ali?
Medicines, aa a general rule, ore "bad to take." Mot
so, this famous vegetable sp?cifie It ls mild and agree?
able, not pungent and nauseating. The liver is always
greatly disordered in intermittent and remittent fevers,
and this ex. client tonic and alterative has antibilio. s
properties of the highest order. The stimulant em?
ployed tr diffuse its moaicinal virtues through the or?
gans of the *>ody is perfeotly puro, and this cannot bo
said ot tho solr.tuous basiJ o any other tome. Tho best
advice 'hat con be given to persons residing in malan JUS
regions, or .'n crowded cities, ls ta toke it os a preven
tive of diseases incident to both. Whether used as a
protective antidote or a remedy, ii will ie lound wonder
nilly efficacious. 6 November ll
Know thy Destiny.
sLiDaata E. F. IHOUKION, tho areal English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and fsychometr-dan, who bas aston?
ished the identifie classes ot ?he Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Maaame TaonSTOKpos
s ea sos such wonderful po"-ats ot second sight a? to era
ble her to imper; knowledge of the greatest lniooriauce
to the single or married otoither s:x. While inic?ale
of trance, abe delineates the very reatan's ot' t?ie person
you ar? to marry, and by the aid of on instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Peychomorrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wile
ol the applicant, together with dote ct marriage, position
in life, leading traits ol character, ?c. Thia ia no hum
bug, os thousand of testimonials can assert She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it. urports to bc Py
enclosing a small rock ot hair, and giviLg place of binn,
age, disposition and complexion, end ?neinsing Sty eenu
and stamped envelope aadrcaaed to /cursen, you will re?
ceive the ploture and desired lalormatlon ty reium mail,
ail communications sacredly confidential Addresv to
confidence, Madam? E. F. THORNTON. P. 0. Box 223,
gnda-on. N. Y_ly_March 80
free to Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving Information of the
crrcotest importance to the young of both ?exea.
It leaches how tho homely may become beautiful, thc
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to send tacit
tdd ra as, and reoelve a copy post-paid, by retain mail.
Add ros J P. 0. Drawi r. 2),
M air h SQ lyr Tro/. N. Y.
What la TARRANT'.* EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIE -T, and what ar? its effects? These are ques?
tions which the great American public nos a right to
uk, ana it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
mano cathartic., alterative and tonic, and is moat care?
fully pr?par?e ti the form of a enow white powder, con?
taining oil the wonderful medloal properties of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would aay that those who have tested
the preparation are the best judges, and they declare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize t :e
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Mid
Kate the panga of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
stomach. Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist tne
[ailing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If yon are a sufferer givo this Remedy one Mal, and lt
.DU convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT & CO., bole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September 12
P. L. GUILLEMIN,
No. 140 Church Street.
? COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
OBOP AN "> READ NG LIGHTS
EXTENSION CHANDELIERS AND PENDENTS
- had cs and "ella, of latest pattema and Improvements.
Oopperand Iron Pampa, etc
Gas and steam Fitting and Plumbing, on the moat
reasonable term .
Tin Roofing and Guttering.
November 9_e uthlmo
THE RAF FLE
TWO LOTS IN AIKEN
NOT HAVING BEEN SUCCESSFUL, THE
SAME WILL BE SOLD AT A LOW RATE IF
APPLIED FOE I IL MEDIATELY AT THE MER
CCRY OFFICE._November 6
C. DUCREUrs PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
rIS INGENIOOS AND VERY USES-UL INVENTION,
wbi b bas been pat-mod in thc United States,
France and En land 1 . now offered by tho subscriber to
the pabho, ieoling assured they wi 1 fiud lt, upon exami?
nation, one ot the greatest invo lions oi th? age
Prominent among ito advmtjg-8 uro:
Frarr-ibo rael Hy ?Ith which horses ma-- be harness?
ed to or unharnts.ed tram a tarriaro, also rendering it
unnecessary tor the person unharnessing to poss between
or behind the horses as is cos ternary, thu? -vol lng any
.tabiaity of bei .g kirked.
SECOS'E- . n case ct a boree falling, he may be loored
from the carraage in one second, wimont the driver leav
lng bis teat It is sc simple lu its operation that a child
can ?tora iL
Tamo ASS GEXATIST-In casen of horses taking fright,
becoming uninauagable or nianing away, tne terrib.e
consequences which to frequently tc.icw may bo all avoid?
ed by this simplo appdeauon to carriages, as the hore s
can be loosed rr m the carburo "in a twinkling," and the
oarrlago is quickly and sat' J y stopped.
Mr. C. DUeJREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tho
great favor and praise maLltPstcd by the public on these
ooceaiouc, i> one ol the evidences ol a popular apprecia?
tion of Its merits
1 erma may be known and orders received for applying
the patent lo carriages, or purchase cf State Rights, by
addressing to C. DU* RLUX, Patentee,
Nc 63 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 Htno
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOK LAST OF KING STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN' HAIR CUTTING.
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, lu the la'.itt
style, a d i ll other branches of the tonsorial art, and i
wining to reccve oil ol his old customers, and tao public
UAIR CUTTING.35 Cent-.
na AMPO JING.35 cents.
If yon wish an easy shive,
Aa good as Barber ever c vj,
Josi cad a my Suavmg s. lo3n;
I'll cat and dress the hair wit. grace,
To sut the contuur ci the face.
October 10 rbBtuSmos
TUE ORANGEBIRG NKWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Al
orangeburg, a. C. Ttxma ?2 per annum, in ad
.Jaxing thc spring and fail seasons extra coplee ol the
OEArtoEBU?u Nswa wit] be circulated for tho benefit oi
uar advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements Inserted on the most bberoi
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Ed.tor Oran?eburu Nows,
THE MAKIO V STAK,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IS
published at Marion, s. C.. in the central j w HOL
oi the country, and oilers a tavorable medium to Ale:
chants, Druggists, Muehiuists, and ali classes wno desir
to extend their business in the Pee Dee country.
For the benefit ol our advertising panons, wcj shall, ir,
addition to om subscription dst, which is constantly ur
croaEiiigj publish anti distribute, gratuitously, colics ol
the STAR, during the business season tun FalL
Katee oi Advertising lib?rai.
W. J. McRERALL,
NoToaber JO Editor ?nd Proprietor
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLUM fi. WMLUEN & CO..
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THE* OFFER FOB SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS KV PART OFi
OULD AND SILVER WATCH"S, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER A>D PLATED WARE of an kinds and pattern?
FANCY GOfDS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIOAB STANDS, and 10B?CCO BOIES.
CUT AND PRESSED GLA88WABE of all stylos and
WHITE AND DECOI?.AT13D
TEA, DIl'ER AND CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVER? DESCRIPTION OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE. EBON, WALNCT AND MAHOGANY
IRE ! !
TvTOW OPEN AND FOR SALE, A FTNE ASSORTMENT
J1 of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS. TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE CLABtT and WINK Gr,ASSES.
GOBLETS from ti SO per dozen to 813.
TU.UBLEBS from 70s. to 88 60.
Mmf Housekeepers will please call and examine, at
WM. G. WHILDENf & CO.,
No. 866 BING, corner Beaufain a tree tx
November M _
TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES,
JjlOB SALE LOW AT .
WM. G. WHIIDEN & CO.
Nov am ber 14_
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT ALL PBICES. FROM 81 TO 86, LESS THAN
New Fork gold prices.
A foll assortment of fine F BENCH AND ENGLISH
POBTEMO. AILE, gilt bound, at
WM. G. WHLLDKN & CO.,
No. 366 BUNG, comer BeauLuJ streets.
A SUPERB STOCK OP FINK
GOLD IND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
All warran tod to run and .horons; bl y regu?
ala tad, at tte low price of tl? each I
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches. 8390 to 81000
100 Meglo lascd Gold Watihes. 300 to 600
100 La les* Watches, tnamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches .. 320 to 8aQ
310 Gold H tm ting English Levers.20 ? to 850
SOO Gold Uunt?nt Dupletc Watches.150 to 300
600 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 tn 350
500 Silver Hunting Level?. 6J to 150
50.1 >llvur Uuutlng Duplne*. 76 to 260
500 radios' Gold Watch ci. 60 to 250
1000 Oo.d Hunting l apin? a. 60 to 76
luOO Miacellaueou* Watcha, ai kiiids. 60 to 100
2600 silver Hunting Watches. 36 to 60
60 Hi Assorted Silver Wataies. 10 to 75
The above stock wil. be disposed of on the popular one
pr.ee p.m, giving every pitron a hue Gold or solid ail
ver Watch tor ?lu, without regard to value.
We wish to Immediate!;, dlspo.-e of the above ma?nlfl
rsnt Stock C.rtinostee, jaming the arUules, are placed
in realtd envelopes, and weil mixed Holuers aro euu
tied to the ar.ide named on their cerllncate, upon p iy
ment ot Ten Dol?ais, wheller it he s Watch worth ?1000
or one worth less. The retara or any of our certthcaioi
entitles you to the article named thereon, upou payment,
lrro.pectavo of ita w nb; and ss no article valued less
than ?10 ls named on sny certiheste, it wi! st onae
be seeu that this is no Lottery, but a stralgbttorwjrd
legitimate transaction, which may be participated lu
?ven by tho most tuatidious I
A single l er-tflcato will be sent by mall, postpaid, upon
receipt ot 36 cents, five for SI, eleven lor ?3, tlilrty-turee
ana elegant premium for t6, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for ?10, one aundrea and most superb Watch
tor ?la. lo Agents, or t..oso wishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity, lt ls a legitimately conducted
business, only authoriz- d by the Go veroni ont, and open
to the most car?ful srruday. Try aa. Address
WEIGHT, BRO. as CO..
Importara, Na lu) Broadway, N. Y.
FALL ANJ) WJKTFR GOODS
D0BBAUM & MENEE,
NO. 186 BING STREET, THREE DOORS ABOVE
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF FATL
AND WINI Erl GOODS of ?very desorption, suits
?.u.d In tue bl?hest style, and ss cheaply as cn ba done
tty uny other e.uibiiehmo.u in the city. Full s.ilsisctlun
guarautced._th tu imo_October 17
KDGERT0N & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR PALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOT ila, CASSIMEU S AND VEST
iNus, which they are prepared to make un, OE WILL
a ELL BY THE F ARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
sr cm AS:
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHlBIS, SHAESPEARE COL
Mo.i no and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Dake of Edin urgh Cravat 1 los
suspender-. Kid Gloves
Linen cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hose
i.ngllsh silk Umbrellas, eua.
ALL OF WHICH TBEY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY. WELSH. PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct Importation hom Liverpool, which wo
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a '.ondde.able reduction
from import cost, or aa low aa the In'erior ai-tlcle ol
American Hannels. 1 hey are all Wool, without mixtarc
of shoddy, and are sclmlnibly adaptad lor Ladies' Bamo
Noa 39 AND 84 BROAD STREET.
DRY GOOPS, ETC.
Jnst opened, and receiving by every
steamer, a f?ll assortment of
Lace Goods and Em*
CLOAKS! CLOAKS !
OUR CLOAK BOOM IS NOW FULL. A COMPLETE
ASSORJ MENT OF SILK AND CLOTH SACQUES,
BISQUES, CIE CO LARS AND SHAWLS ON Ha.ND AND
ARRIVING PER EVERY STEAMER.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
A RICH AND VARTED ASSORTMENT OF DRESS
GOODS, conaiabng of BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
iOiLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS. ALPACAS, and also
DRE S GOODS OF THE LOWES GR IDES, f ALICOFs',
SHEETINGS. SHIRTING. WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY
AND GLOVES. DJUSS TRIMMINGS, in great variety;
tm la full assortment of FANCY GOODS.
All ol which will be sold at tbo lowest mirkot rate3.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 263 KING STREET.
October 17 Unroamo
A?CT!03 ST ES.
l?elief Loan Auociatioii vi. \V Uer, Trustee.
Will be sold, under tho clrcctlon of tho undersigned, at
the old Custom Hu, se, cn lUL>D.\Y. theil- day oil
Decemuer. 1837. at ll A. .vi..
All that LO I OF LAND with the .luildlncs thens-n,
sit;at- at th* .-outhwest corner of Lino a:.! Pert
streets, in Ward No. 8, tu this city, kno*n b . .no letior
1. in a plan of the lauds o; Pe^cr Kian-is, drawn by Lo
bart K. Ps?ne and dated 2ath June, 1851, and .itt.
tu u conveyance of certain lots m inc b . J .ni a W. Oi ay,
Master in . quite, to John V. Dukes, measuring la trout
ou Line stiett 31 feet 6 1 ches, iu depth on i'crey ttrect
70 feet, on tho *-outh Uno 31 feet 8 lnc.es, on the West
line iu de,.th 72 fee , u ore or les-. Hounding North on
Line ttreet, > ast on Porty bticot. -outh o Lot li in t>aid
plan, belonging to John li. Fodtke, and West on Lot D
in sa'd p.au, belonging to James Sa YO.
J erins-une-tbird cash; balance iu one and two rear-,
secured l>y bond of purchaser, with intered s.mi-annu
ally, and mortgage ot tho ; romise9. Buildings to be in.
suied and > olicy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
November 1? th3tul Master in Equity.
INDER DECREE IN EQUITY
Sands <j Co. vs. Carey.
Will be sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom H U30, on TUESDAY, tho 2Gth day of
Nove^uor. 1887, at ll o'clock A. M.
1. All that LOT OF LAND, witi the Buildings here?
on, situate on the ?cuth sine or D.-o-.d street, in this
city, measuring m f. ? n: on s dd sireot irom East to We:
27 feet 10 inclus, more or loss; on the b ck line Lom
East to Wi st 27 f et ll luches, more or less; a::d in depth
f.om North to -outh 91 foet 4 inches, more or less.
B u din . >orth on i road s i cet ; Easton lards lately of
James Gib on; South on hinds pardy of Joel K Poinset,
and par iy on a lot hcreinaner described; and West on
lauds of George Macaulay.
2. All that LOT OF LANL, situate on Elliott street,
measuring m fro-t on said sircet 27 leet; bounding West
on lands of A.ezacdor Brown; North on la ds of George
M io tulay, and partly cn lot abovo dcsciibcd; Easton
landa of Joel R. Poinsctr, and South on Elliott street.
Tho above two lots have buen held for many yearn as
3. All ta t TRACT OF LAND, wi h V o iTinrovcnrnts
thereon, uno-rn as the Old Magazine, about 3>, "-lies
from tho city, on Meeting srtoet road: the said t act
bci:.g composod of two tracts, the first containing
about 13% acres, a cording to a plat thereof rc ide Dy
diaries Parker, surveyor, on 20. h > oven bor, 1866, a .
nezed to deed from Winb Tn i awt n. Jr., to E. M. Carey,
dated 19 h March, 1863, and recorded In th ? Meace Con?
veyance office tor Charleston Lis:rict, in Book Y, No. 13,
page 514; and the feeenl Tract, containing 3? acres,
more < r lesa; bounding Eas: and Nort i p rt y on a bold
creek corola ou of Cooper River, and upon all tides on
land formerly of Margaret i Ul JV, and having such shape
and form aa aro represented ou a plat thereof, dated the
16th July, 771, cn rc.ord in thc omeo o. Register ot
Me ne Conveyance o': Charleston District.
Termi-One-four, h cash; bala o i in five equal rucees
alvo annual lusial . ents, secured bv bond of purchases,
with interest payable onnua.ly from day ot sale and
mortgage . f the premise-. Buildings to bc luau ed a..d
policio-, assigne . Purchasers to pay io - papers and
s tamps. JA AI Es TUPP ..R,
Nov m ber 7 thBtul Muter in Lquity.
UNDER DECREE IN ENTITY.
Mitchel vt. Garden.
Will be s id, under the dircolion or the undersigned, at
the Old Cus ora House, in t'a s city, an TUE->D Y. thu
26th day of Novemocr, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.:
L ALI, T-iAT HOU-E AND LOT. oa the Sounaid
of Beuuiain street, in this city, knowe b fie nu ber
ul, and measuring in frout o. s ud st co twenty-iivo (25j
feet, oud iu depth sixt (eui toot, m rs or les-.; biun tac
East by land of E. Garden, Wee, by land of i'. Holloway,
North by Daaafain street, and south by land of G. W.
2. ALI. THAT LOT OF I AND, with tho BUILDINGS
and lmpro amenta thereon, shinto on tho North e de of
Weet e.reet, lu this cl y, arie measuring iu front oa Weat
street thirty-five |35 feet, and la dopth one hundred and
lotty UOi feet, more or less; buundiugt" tue North on
land now or late ot Menard Holloway, ta the ou h on
Wot street, lo the Ea t on 1 md now or late ot Mrs. Fa?
ber, and to th Wes- on land now or late the property of
tho Estate uf John Y. Br dlev
Jenna-One-third cash; bal ince iu three successive
annual irstalments, recured by bond or the purchaser
and mortgage uf tho premia -s, with interest hom d y of
ral . payable annu hy. Binldines to b i insured and
policy a: bigncd. Purchaser to pay or papers and stamps.
Nov moer 7 tb3tul Master in Equi y.
UNDER DECREE IN EdtITV.
Whaley vs. Cuthbert.
Will be sold, under the dire :t ,ou of the undersigned, at
the O.d i m om House, OD. I U .SDAY, the 12th day
of November, 1B67, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All that PIAN TA HON situ a: o near Gardner's Corner,
In the Parish ot P. luce Williams known as Cotton urove,
containing (800) ei.rht hundred a ros, moro or less;
bounded to the Nort i and La t on lauds of the estate of
William Bo d and of i bomas Rhodos; to the South on
lanae of Thomas Ehod.s, and to the West un Hosper
Terms-One-third cash; t1 c balance in one and two
years, soeurcd by bond ot thc purchaser and mortgage
ot iho promises, with mt rest pa- able annually irom day
of aala. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
October 24 th8:ul Master in Lquity.
The State of South Carolina, Beaufort Diltriel,
Mary M. Farr, Administratrix, vs. Joseph Ju.
Fa> r, et al.-Bill for Account and Partition.
In obed ence to tho order of the i otirt in the above eas?,
I ?fill sell, oa the flist >OND\Y in December next,
before tho Court House In > >illlson ville, on t e follow
laiit-im-that ia to ??y all bums andi r 85i 0 ca it?
ali tums of, aid over ?SOO onc-:ourtbca h;
th?- balm o payable lu on" und two equal i
nuil nst Intents, to be : scared by bonus bearing
interest lr m tho due ibero 'f. to bo pal I annually
with personal seen' Itv and mortgage of tho property.
The pu'ebasers to pay for ?tampa and papera,
'Uthat PLANTAI ION. OR TRACT OF L\ND, situat?
ed iu tue District end st ito a or sa d, nea tho vi. ia c ot
coo.-awbatchlt, ? omalnlng throo hundred and tweet),
throo acres, more cr less and known as the h ?loy Tract.
All that other PIFCE. PARCEL. OR TRACT OF PINE
LANI?, situated in the 1 ist.ictai.d State a.'oresaiu, near
the vi'.age of oililioiivlile, couia?ulog liQ acres, mora or
lens, oud belonging to t ,e lilley Trac
That ot or PIE1 E, PAR CL, OR TRACT OF LAND,
in said D.strict, containing 106 aeres.
That PIECE, PARCEL. OK TRACT CP LAND, situ?t
ed in thc village of oiliisouville. containing 6 acres,
more or less, and known as thc Farm.
That PIECE ORPvRCcL OF LAND, situated in the
village ot Gillioonvlde, coatoiul g S ac es, more or less.
That PIFCE OR LOT Of LAMP, in the vilaje of Coo?
ee whatcbie, containing 17Ji cr.e. moro or less.
? heir- three PIECE-', PA..CfcLs\ OR LOTS OF UND,
in the vi Jag j of C J osa .vnatchie. coatainiug 3 acres, more
That other PIECE, PARUhL, OR I OT OF LAND, In
Coosawhatchic, coatainiug 4 acros, more o leas.
Those two PIECEf:, OK PARCELS, OR LOIS OF
LAND, in th. village of Grabs uv.lie, containing 3 acree,
more or less.
Tba PIECE OF PINE LA SD, iltuoted near tho vii
la?e of Grahamville, containing 9 J ocrsj, mora or le a.
That PLANTATION, Ou . KACT OF LAND, ettuat?d
In the Dis rlct and >tite aioiesald, on the Waters of
Uroed l iver, containing 622 acre , mora or lesa, cox
mo. ly known as Tteho.i, aud
A LOT in the villigeof Hi uri.on, containing lacro moro
or Ieee, with Valuable improvements.
CiA:>. T. HILL, Commissioner.
October 31 thl
(UN TUE HA VA \A .-LAN )
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MUnasers.
CUTTA! PRIZE. $50.000!
29 Prizes of....11,000
03 frizes of..100
?.?0 Prizes of.MO
1 Prize of.850.000
1 Prize of..?0,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Prize of..7,000
?4 mies of..5,000
313 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
789 PRIZES-$830.630 IN PRIZES TO BE
Io bedrawnatCoviuirton, Kentucky,
M?VEjli?i?l 15?J, 1S67.
WHOUlTIClii?T?, $19 ; HALVES, ?6 ; QUARTEr.S, CC;
The chances aro tar more 'avo. able to dra-v prizes In
this luau LU any Other co.m. j tn.- World. Pureuucrs
oi Lottery ilcitce-i shouu always cxarai-e tho ?enemas,
P izes uald in tull witttout i UcOUnL
Odii-iul drawings sent each purchaser,
dorrespouueiub iu-y tu.? onp.emot attention to orders
by enclos.ug mo:.ey ?atti ml. addrt-ss.
K^A.l o uers ter tie?cts. ?cuciues, a d lnfotmation to
boaudroiied to H. 1". PET Lits,
Celled Statea Licensed A.ect,
Key Lox ai, charleston, s. C.
Oih;e No. 'JO Uoaei street.
,kPreveu:iim i" lietter than ture.*'
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A pi ROVED *NH BIGGLY RECOMMENDED RV
J\_ ibt r(-n:ii Medical Facul y, as the ouly6aieand
in ul: i " ICU lott ueamst inic tiuu from speciai uiseasi-s.
1 nia ia< < na' ie ir*l urac.ou is salted for either sex, and
has proved, true impie cxpcricucc, he mo-t eihciecl
and reliable Prov ntive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum lon:: sought ter .n iii- Medical Wurid. Il
ured act ui ling to dueeuoua every possibility oi daugcr
may bc avoided; a >iuglo uppJcatwu will radically ueu
tralue the venereal vi: us, expel ali Imptutties irom die
absorbent v?asela, aud rvudci containiuudon impossible,
L'e wise o time, and at a very small outlay, save hours ol
uuto'd o.diij aud montai tormenta,
This most reiiablo sp.-ciue, so universally adopted io
tito 0:d World, is uow o?ercu for sale tor the hrst iiu.e in
America oy F. A. DL'POU'f ? CO., only aulhorizei
?gents for the Ui'itcd states.
Prico ?3 per bottle. Lara-e bottle, double size, VS.
The usual eiscount ,o he trado. suut, securel>
(tacked, on receipt oi price, to ans address, with dir*S<
tiona and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. LUPORI i CO.,
Sole Agents tor Lr. Ui ora's P.
May 23 lyr _.No. li Quid s.i??i. Nev York.
FUN PUK ALL!
FULL INSTRUCT10 . i BY WllICH \NY TEFLON,
malo or leuialu, i-an mastt r thutrreat ari o. Ve
.riiouuisin bj a :e?v bojre'practice, maki ti a world OJ
.un, and alter becomiu? experts ihen ic.vcs, eau lu-ul
o'.uers, thereby makiug it.isua.ccoi rc nie. lull ia
*truetioDB sent by niall lor ?U ecuts, aatistartloa 0u-.
Address T. 0. Drawtr 21, Troy, N. 7.
May 13 1ft
Strips, Sidet, Shoulders, <\c.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
W?1 sell THIS DAY, in front of their ?tore. at9>f o'clock.
SO ob's CH 'IC &THIPS
BOC Br.ght shoulders
3t0 C. K. iidei
3J box s Tabacco
10 boxes Smoked fellies.
Nor ember 14_
Muscooado Molasses ! Muscovado Molasses ! !
BY J. A. ENSLOW k CO.
THIS D\V, at hiir-past IO r'clork A. M., will be
sold In trout of ttore, No. lil East BIT.
10 H HD ri. SUPERIOR M?SCOV. DO MOLASSES.
Bi'.con, Butter, Jcc.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold, on Brown's Wharf, at thr?quarters past
9 o'clock THIS DAY,
6 bhrls. deice CLEAR SICES
6 bin els Choleo Pig Shoulders
60 flrkias Butter.
Conditions oash._ November 14
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 138 Meeting Street,
Will 6ell THiS DAY (thursday), at 10 o'clock,
200 lota r>HY GOOD*, NOTiONa, 4c, on account of
BALANCE OF GOODS not called for, belonging to
United SLtea Marsha, to be sold at risk of former pur
CONSISTING IN PAST OT:
DRESS GOODS, superior 4-4 shirting, Delaines Cali
?es, Kersoys. slate Colored and White Twi.led Jems.
Iw eds. Casi merc i, Satinet-, ? lores, Hosiery, Milll
?cry Goods, Ladies' and Mis?ea' Hats, cutlery, Notions,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, SHOES, ftc.
Terms oash._Now m ber 14
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
mn sell THIS DAY (Thu-eday), 14th November, at
No. 139 Mee lng Btreet. st 10 o'cloe .
IHE BALANCE CF G" >Ol S BEL' NGING TO THE
UNITED STATE>i MARSHAL.
All Gu?D3 not called for by former purchasers, at
303 LOTS ASSORTED HOP GOODS, without reserv*.
Par dc ul ara momia; of talo. h o vern ber 14
No. lob Coming strict, West side, one door North
of Radcliffe, at Auction,
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Kcal Estate Afrenta, No. 27 Broad street.
THIS DAY, the 14.h inst, at ll o'clock, at the old
Custom House, East cud of Broad street,
AU that LOT OF LAND, situated aa above, with a two
itory W..oden Uuildiug thereon, coo tar ni .g four rooms,
1 esain- room and i auto', kitehen, Sc.
Terms-One-t iirJ cab; b .laute in one, two and Ihne
rears. Purchaser io pay S. at Mea. tor pape s and
itampa. thsmwtu5 Novembor 14
OILS, PAINTS. ET3.
OAK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT D E M A > D FOB THIS BELT. N G DU?
RING, < olonel L. M. HATC .'? Agency, is auincient gua?
rantee f'r its qualities.
For %?is at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 136 MEETING STREET,
October 34_Imo_Charleston, S. C.
WHITE LEAD Al ZINC PIM
IO OOO I EAD PEEMIUM PUBS WHrTE
10,0 u Iba. pure Philadelphia White Lead
8.t'00 lbs. Now Yf-rk Whue Lead
S.U'.u iba. puro r'reuch White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Med.l Wbice Tino
8,000 lbs. Franklin Suow White Zinc.
All oi the above for aale low by
HOLMES k CAL,' ER,
October 34 lao_Nu. 126 Meeting street
Ol M OIL! OIL !
ff A/\ GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
O U\J 600 gallons Win er Bleached W hale CAI
800 gulloua No. 1 Lar? OU
5 0 ^alloua No. 1 TenuLM' Oil
60C giiloi.s Waite Oo'< Oil
300 ga Ions puro Ncat-f jot Oil
7n0 gallons Eng.lsu Liu oed OU
100 cai. ou s UuiieJ Linseed OU.
For sale low at HOLMES (c CALDER,
October U Imo No. lvwi Meotina street
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
JA.MES w. MCMILLAN, THAD.C. JUWITT,
Late of 'ho La e of thc firm of
DAILY ?SWS. BULEE A JO WITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
BOOK AND JOB
NO 33 KAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of the 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 Frintins.
&C-, &c, &c, &c
All ordere left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
J. KL BRADSTREET &
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent
?storttd Invoice Good?.
BY JOHN' G. MIL VOE k CO.
THIS D\y. Hf h lr st.. : t IO o'clock, will b? ao!d at our
Auction Sa:o? Roome, No. 133 Meeting etrect.
BOUT" Bi. k and Dres'in s COMBS, Stay Blndiaa*
lilaetc and Brass Buckles, Neck .ice, hewing .-ilk, Baa.
Bod Twill Hanne], Satinet, White ead Colored Under
Men'-? Black Felt Ha s, Velret Cape.
> ondldo is ciao._November IA
Dry Goodi and ?ctiery.
BY JOHN G. MI LIN UR & CO.
THIS DAT (Thursday). 14th ln?t, at 10 o'clock, erfll
be sold, at our Auction Salter ooo. No. 198 Meeting
CASHMERES, SATTTNETP, FI ANNELS
Blown Shirtings, Ladies' and children's Hosier**,
Whit -, Slate, ano Balmoral
Madras Handkerchiefs, Colored Cambr.cs
Del unes. Calicoes, Linen Tweeds
White and Sit ? Jeans, Women's and Children's
With a Tai iety of other goods not enumerated.
Conditions cash._November 14
Unreserved Sale of the Stock of a Dry Goode and
BY MILES DP ARE.
rHIS MORNING, at IP o'clock, will be sold, without re?
THE STOCK OF A DEY GOODS AND TBIolMING
coNRisnso rx PAST OF:
350 pieces assorted BIB BON
Lace, Love an i Oren dine Veils, Footing, White Crape
Il md rn, Bobmet, Bine 'gindie, Narrow Uk Velvet
L nen Tape 'trimming, Hair Neta
Darn in 2 and Embroidering Cotton, Silk and Cold Cords
silk Brjid, hewing Si.k, Mitt
White and Ked Wore ed, Linen Collara
Velvet and Fancy Bu. tons, ChanLLi Iriratolng
Freuen Feather Flowers. Ac
A large and eboiee selection of Seasonable OBY
GOODS, and mun .-rous other articles usual.y kept in a
nxbi-clasi dry coode house.
TO-MORIiOW. I will sell 60 cues of BOOTS ABO
SHOEb, prime stock._Nore taber li
J*nmt 1'orto Rico Sugar and Holanes.
BY STHEET BR THEllS & CO.
At bucrion, on TUESDAY, the 19th last, will ba ?old st
New Cr atom House store*,
101 hhda. prine PORTO RICO SUGAR
31 tier.es prime Por o Rico MoUaiee.
Condltijns cash lu 10 days
49* Augusta Caroni le and Sentinel and Co', mn sta
Pbceuiz wit. insert . dmea and send bill to s. B. 4 Co.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.?
Real Estate Agents, Ko. 35 Broad street.
At Private Sile or o Leise
VALUABLE BICE, (-OT'ON nlvD PB'> VISION
PLANTATION-AN FA BM ? oa the Waooanair, San
tee, Aahtoy, ..andoeadChauhaw Rivara aaJ ia then*
cinity ol charleston. 9 tutu Novemb j 1
DRUES, CH?M1CAIS, ETC.
GREAT 11EALTI1 RESMliWE
BALM OF Li FE!
FUR ALL WHO ARK COVS? 3IPTIVE, OS
ARK SUSCEPTIBLE Ttl AMY IR 1TA
TIO.M OF THE LUA G , WHKTHEB TUE
COUGH HAS BEEN OP LONG CO NTL*
TJAAC, OR OP RECENT ORIGIN.
HAS RAPIDLY DIS. I SQUISHED ITSELF 7 'B ITS
wouderful r.'Storadve ead curativo quUi?ca. On?
de its s iiuul tive ii flu nee, aa i by lu pe ac tra ive
egoncv, this bea th invlgaiatlug cordial excites a general
beneficial reaction, uad dis.) rsa, the impermeable ob*
atructiODB which prevent ace sa io other raiuodlaa.
While gridUiUy reduel g the accompanying co ano ioa
which altem a the milady, lt reproduce* the essc aid
warmth and e a-.ic vi,or of tao re-piratory veMelc,
which, b ? this remad ?J com iiaatioa, promotes tho heal*
lng process by which relief and cure ie effected.
t?emorruagei oro arrcatod and cured, wita every other
Ae i.oi her u ire-.tic nir emetic pr-.portius of any HM
are employed tu thia Pul onie Compound, and the most
u ?fidU?UB atien?on givoa t > the qui Ly and me lio-il
value of eic i com ouent article wal h constitute lt, lt ia
confidently and cons. ien iou-ly recommended f r Ita
s fe y and reliability, without restri tioa m generous,
wiiol. som- diet, orapprehen iou ot renow^d cold from
For sale wholes-.le aad retail by the Proprietress, Mrs.
C'XILLV Rj 'itiGULS uortnwest corner or MEETING
AND Su oli .-? . STBEE rs, ano at the Oru-gista.
PRICK KINGLE BUTT I.Ik ?Li*.
Foi the Haniikercliief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE. AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Eare anti
1 Jcau"ful Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ON : Y BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASE FOB rn ALON'S-TAUE NO OTHES.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRWll, \iraiY & CO.,
Jan nary 21 _ natilyr
TTTE HAVE USED GALLIGTAN'S PILLS, AND FTND
VV that they will do all that ls cairned tor them, and
cheal tully rec mmend tbeo to oubhr favor.
1. H WATT-, Ex-Governor of Alabamx.
J. W.' A. KA ND .?'OB D, Att'y Ge .'. ol Alabama,
ROBT. tuUOHem ?, JuJ^e supr?me Court Ala.
From THOMAS 7. Jonot. Judge bupreme Court.
Ib'.ve used ?ALLI?HAN'S PILLS on my plantation
tar Ir ever and A.uo, and find them all that it claimed tor
Ihaa. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29,18?8.
Lo wu DU tiocsrr. Maha in a,
O.'.I.LIGHAN'S TEVEB AND AGCE PILLS wiU do.
They arc iocide Hy the best medicine for CbUla and . e.
var '? evr cave. I would not be without them for five
umee thc price. J. A. GRAHAM.
ijCtZIOUS, April 17, 1??7.
One box ol GALLIGHAN*S PILLS cured me perfec ly
of Chills and Fever. They are the be*t m diclne .ot
'.hills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. BONALD-JUN,
Clerk superior Court, tum UT County, Ga,
MOSTO< WEBT, ALA., July 9, 1866.
Messrs. BLUNT A HALL-GENTS: I have used yow
e ALLlt>H\N'? PILL? on two oc asiona for Chilla a; a
: ever, cud rind that they effect ali that they are iu'exe
ed to do. They are the best remedy tor the dl>ea*e ti el
i bave ever tried. I consider theta pciiecily reliada
BatpeotfaUy, DAVL SAYBB,
Grand Sc:. Ur^iul Lcd Re ot E. and A. M. ot ?libama
ALBAST, Ga-, March IL 186'
I have usad GALUGBAVS PILLS m ?rtT
Cbiilsauo Fever, with penert success. Th?' ?JMie
c est Fever and Ague Pill put up. ** * *
WHOLESALE IS CHABLE8TON. BY
And by aD Drugglsta. T A tl aJj>Aj
May 14 Swo M '"^mp"- .
Ic .? rrrrLLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
5 T7,,S auU bujhicss men tr>- lt for a few months.
, r??nn " Send on your cards and increair
..No W^f ia i-uere'i nottiag to equal Pnater1*
;'?;jr ffi?r a ***** .
Iu-r^,n? tor tue paper-sS per annum, m advance.
? iv? ti-?iiieat-- iusertcd at the ra e ol el per squire ol
iv,. Hue? or lea tor each Insertion,
''carda ol 'eu Unca or has, at tho rate of ?10 for BON?
-"SaS?cti by the vear or tor ?ix months, allOTOg patt.
" S^durriaa on more ravorable terms. Address
llege ? cbin.iay on ?*?*?*^^j, ^ BBONBON.
Sonctoxli rubiiatus wt-r^am?)