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THE DAILY NEWS.
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TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PCSTOFFICE
THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1567.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
JEFFORDS * Co. will sell this day, in iront of
their store, at 9J o'clock, aides, shoulders, hams,
T. M. CATEE will sell this dav, on Brown's
wharf, at 9$ o'clock, butter, lard, hains, shoulders,
LACBJY & ALEXANDEB will sell this dav, be?
fore their store. No. 137 East Bav, at 10 o'clock,
100 sacks Liverpool salt.
MILFS DEAKE will sell thia day, at bis store,
corner King and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
clothing, hosiery, neck ties, &c.
A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS will sell this day, at
their salesroom, Ko. 35 flayne-streot, at 10 o'clock,
clothing, tobacco, watches! &c
JOHN G. MXLNOB & Co. .?dl sch this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 133 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods.
W. Y. Lxrrcn <5c R. S. BBUNS will sell this
day, at the old Exchango, at ll o'clock, mud
machines, steam tug "Relief," and a steam pile
JAMES TUPPEB (Masterin Equity), will sell this
day. at the old Customhouse, at II o'clock, lot of
laud, with buildings, Sou cu side ol Beaufain-street.
GODE?'S LADY'S BOOK for January has been re?
ceived by Mr. B. Doscher, Hasel-street.
LATE PERIODICALS.-We have received from Mi-.
B. Doscher, of the Postoffice Literary Emporium,
in Hasel-street, late copies of the "Southern Opin?
ion," the "Southern Home Journal," "Southern
Society," "The Dime Hluatratti"-a new and very
handsome pictorial-the "Land We Love," the
"Irish Citasen" (Mr. John Mitchel's paper), Put?
nam's Monthly, and all tho New York German pa?
QUICK PCX-The fino steamer City Point, Cap?
tain S. Adkins, arrived here yesterday from Savan?
nah in the excellent time of six and three-quarter
hours from port to port. The City Point and the
Dictator, whioh are keeping up the connection of
thia city with the principal ports in Florida, have
no superiors of their class. Their construction in
hull and machinery, speed, accommodation, and
in tho reliable character of their appointment, are
not exceeded by any boats on the coast. Our
friends in Florida have been particularly favored in
having two such noble vessels in their trade.
AT THE ANNUAL CONVOCATION of Carolina Chap?
ter, No. 1, R. A. M., held on Tuesday, Deoember
10, A. L. 5867, A. I. 2397, the following companions
were duly elected and installed into office for the
ensuing year : .
Companion SAMUEL H. OPPENHEIM. M. E. H. P.
Companion C. A. SCAN. AN, E.
Companion Rev. M. H. MEYERS, S.
Companion A. EKOEG, C. H.
Companion L. ALEXANDER, E. A. C.
Companion B. 3. MANN, G. M., 1st.
Companion C. KELLERS. G. M., 3d.
Companion D. LOEB, G. M., 3d.
Compution J. G. CHALE, ixcasurer.
Companion L. B. lATVEuPEEN, Secretary.
Companion H. M. NORRIS, O. S.
IMCENDIABISM ON BLACK RIVER.- The steam saw
mill belonging to Messrs. J. P. Bridger & Co.,
located cn Black River, twenty miles above George?
town, was discovered to Le on fire at four o'clock
on the morning of the 10th, and, before assistance
could be obtained, it was totally destroyed. The
tracks of two men were discovered leading towards
the river, and the boat, which had been fastened
to the wharf the night previous, was stolen-sup?
posed by the incendiaries. The dwelling house at
Brown's Ferry (1}) one and a hali milqs from the
mill, was also totally destroyed by fire the same
CO-OPERATION LN THE COUNTEF._J. E. P. writes
us from Timmons ville that the articles in the DA;LT
NEWS on :be subject of co-operation have awaken?
ed BO deep aa interest in that place that a project
ia on foot to establish a country store there upon
the co-operative principle. He inquires where fur?
ther information can be had as to the details of tho
the system. For the benefit of this correspondent,
mod others who have made the same inquiry, we
would say that full particulars of the mode of com?
mencing and carrying on a co-operative store are
given in a little volume, which may be obtained at
Russell's Bookstore, Ring-street Price, 50 cents.
COMXXW EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE
and a very pleasant shadow it is, that cast by
the Christmas tree. We took a look at it yester?
day, and Baw Santa Gen* and his journeymen
hard at work to get it all ready for this evening,
when he will be most happy to see all good boys
and girls, with their papas and mammas, and big
grown-up brothers and sisters. The street in
front of his headquarters at Commins' Hall was
strewn yesterday with pine, cedar, orange, holly,
cassius or Christmas bush. Everything will look
perfectly splendid to-night.
ARIEL REFUTED- A complete exposure of a
pamphlet entitled "The Negro.'* By E. B. S.
Charleston: John Russell "A complete expo?
sure. " We have had several replies to the famous
pamphlet entitled "The Negro," all of them writ?
ten by Clergyman; we have one, at last, the work
of a Reviewer. It is, as it professes to be, com?
plete, pursuing "Ariel" page by page, and disclo?
sing, one by one, the absurdities with whioh his
pamphlet is shown to abound. The lash ol' ridicule
is mercilessly applied throughout; the satire is
keen and trenchant, and the paper will prove high?
ly entertaining even to those who feel no interest
in this much agitated question. It bears the im?
print of John Russell, publisher, and the execu?
tion of the printing work is highly creditable to
Jos. Walker, printer. See advertisement in an?
THE CITY STEKKTE AND DEALNS.-Notwithstand?
ing the depressed condition of the city finances, it
is pleasing to notice that the authorities are using
the limited means at their disposal to the best ad?
vantage. The new pavement on East Bay, com?
posed of gas lime and other materials, promises to
be a ccmp'.ete success, the surface, while being
sufficiently hard to throw off water wita facility,
has the advantage of being much more comfortable
to the feet of the pedestrian than the ordinary
brick, and will be much easier on shoe-leather than
was the old pavement. The work on the west sido
of East Bay-street, from the Market to Broad
street, has been completed, and on the east side
of the street, from the old Postoffice to Accommo?
dation wharf, and will soon Le opposite th 9 ne w Cus?
tomhouse, lae oity drains are being cleaned and
placed in good condition for the next Summer.
Tho cobble-stone pavement at the Vendu? Range is
near completion, and promises, under the excel?
lent superintendence of Contractor O'Donnell, to
be a work of usefulness Aid durability.
HOTEL ARBTVALS.--Charleston Hoted.-Vi. H.
Brown, Kershaw, 8. C.; J. A. Baldwin. Wilhams?
burg, S. C.; E. R. West, Baltimore; A. S. Hart,
New York; Mrs. M. P. Meigs, and Miss A. L.
Meigs, Philadelphia; L. M. Kennett, North Caroli?
na; Captain Peck, stomer Fannie; 8. R. Jocelyn,
United States Army; J. C. Egan and Miss Lizzi?
Clark, Wadmalaw; Dr. J. D. Cleckley and son,
Orangeburg; J. Plagcr Wilson, Florence, 8. C.;
Col. B. F. Graham and son, Marion, S. C.; Mrs.
*? A. Dove and C. H. DeLaruo and son, Darlington,
8. C.; J. L. Cooper, Sumter, S. C.; Thomas Ander?
son, S. C.; Octavius S. Cohen, Savannah; R. Do?
zier, Georgetown; W. H. Pearson and wife. Phila?
delphia; J. W. Lar, Newberry, 8. C.
MtUs House.-Thomas E. Gregg, puLuoib??, &
C.; George H. Thomas, Baltimore; Dr. H. Mc
Henry, Summ'.ville; V. W. M. Br- n. John'e
Island; W. L. M. Burger, John's Isb n .; J. Heil
brun, Philadelphia; A. Weill, Philadelphia; L. W.
Battle and wife, Montgomery, Ala.; I ?. Darling?
ton, New York; R. Brown, New York; J. C. Hess,
Philadelphia; S. Langsdorf, Savannah; C. E. Rum?
sey, New York; P. D. Mickle, Jr., Syracuse, N. Y.j
J. C. Oliver, Williamsport, Penn.; V. B. Chamber?
lain, Connecticut; W. M. Thompson, Brunswick,
Ga.; D. L. Wintringham, wife and daughter, Jer
aey City, N. J.; Joseph Walker, Sparenburg; John
J. Nelson, Camdon, 8. C.; W. L. DePass, Camden,
S. C.; F. Wyatt and wife, New York; R. E. Elli?
son, Jr., winniboro', 8. C.; William Patten, City.
Pavilion Hotel.-T. W. Corncil, 8outh Carolina;
Jame* Stephens, Alabama; J. Vansant, Lexington,
S. C.; George W. Anderson, Laurens, S. C.; J. C.
Smith, Palmetto, Ga.; W. H. Brown. Kershaw, S.
C.; Wm. Little, editor Journal, Bennettsvilte, S. C.;
W. W. McCutchen, Thomas J. McCutchen, Sum?
ter, 8. C.; F. M. Brown, Williamsburg, S. C.; J, D.
Matthews, Now York; C. L. Cobb, Elizabeth City,
N. C.; H. G. Lobse, James Devine, Joseph Springs,
Georgetown, 8. C.; Thomas M. White, Anderson,
8. C.; D. Louis, Crangeburg, S, C,
S HIPPIES per steamship Moneka, Captain Shack
ford, will please send in bills lading and permits
by 12 o'clock to-day to the Agenta* office, North
UNITED STATES DISTBICT COUBT-IN ADMIBALTT
COLUMBIA, December 10.- Ex pane T. Quinlivan
& Bro. In Be W. C. Tilton Of. Charleston Dredg?
ing and Wharf Building Company. Petition in
Admiralty. Campbell & Seabrook, Pro. Pei. On
motion of J. H. Campbell, ordered, that distribu?
tion of funds bo suspendod till further order of
COURT OF EBBOKS.-COLUMBIA, December 10.
Mr. Melton concluded his argument for appelloes,
in case of the South Carolina Railroad vs. Colum?
bia and Augusta Railroad. Mr. James Conner
..losed in reply.
Ex parte the Southern Express Company-Ques?
tion. The constitutionality of the act and ot tho
Legislature, and of an ordinanco of the Citv Coun?
cil of Charleston, levying taxes upon the Express
Company. Brief and* printed argument of Mr. Jo?
seph T. Carr read until tho hour ot adjournment.
UNITED STATES CIBCUIT COVET FOE FOUBTH
CrEcciT.-COLUMBIA, November 1, December IO,
1867.-Hon. CorgoS. Bryan, D. J., presiding.
Moses A. Huggins ads. the United States_Ver?
dict and judgment at Novomber term, 1867. Si
monton & Barker for defendant. D. T. Corbin,
District Attornoy, contra. Mr. Simonton read
affidavit on motion to set aside verdict and judg?
ment, on toe groun \ that there was a defence, and
ttiero was negligence, and other than that of the
defendant, wbich caused verdict and judgment to
bo obtained without defence being heard. The
counsel for plaintiff and defendant, both addressed
the court at length on the motion, after wbich tho
Judge made tho following order : H?aring tho affi?
davit ot C. H. Simonton, one of the attorneys of
this court, and on motion of Simonton & Barker
for defendants, it is ordered, that the judgment
heretofore rendered in this case, be set aside and
vacate ;, and that the defendants have leave to
plead to the declaration forthwith. It is further
ordered, that tho affidavit be filed with this order,
and the defendants to pay all costs of the levy or
levies made in this case. *
James A. Holt, of North Carolina, cs. William
M. McDonald et ai., of South Carolina-A?sump
sit-Non-assumpsit. S. P. Hamilton for plaintiff;
Arthur, Melton & Melton lor defendants. Tho de?
fendants contended that the case came under tho
ruling of the Judge, in Order No. 10 of General
Sickles, whioh stayed all writs instituted by citi?
zens of North Carolina against those of South Ca?
rolina. The counsel for the plaintiff oontended
that it was too late in tho condition o? the plead?
ings fer the defendant to avail himself of the bene?
fit of the order, as, having pleaded the general is?
sue, his ri?;ht to plesd to the jurisdiction was
waived: and also tLat tho action bavin? been com?
menced before Order No. 10 was issued, and tho
court having; obtained jurisdiction of tho case,
could not be divested of it, and the plaintiff was
entitled to go to trial. The Judge decided that
Order No. 10 need not be pleaded speoially, but
might be suggested at any time, without regard to
tbe condition of the pleadings.
The United States cs. James H. Beckwell, Bobert
J. Gilliland, and Joshui Jameson.-Debt. D. T.
Corbin; N. E. F., General Gary. Jury No. 2 ren?
dered the following verdict : We find for the plain?
tiff $5112-verdict for tho tull amount-with in?
terest from February, 1865.
The United States cs. Julia Glass, administiatrix
of James B. Glass-Debt. M. E. F., D. T. Corbin
and H. Buht. The jury find for plaintiff $1,633.11,
with interest from Mirch 1st, 1861.
The United States vs. two barrels and one keg
of distilled spirits-William R. Williams, claimant.
-Information for forfeiture for violation of inter?
nal revenuo law. D. T. Corbin, District Attorney.
Tho jut y find for United States the forfeiture of
tho items mentioned within. On motion of D. T.
Corbin, ordered, that the war-, s and merchandise
be sold, and proceeds paid into registry, lo abide
furthor order of court.
urxx OF MoBTALrrr.-Return of deaths withiu
the Cit; of Charleston for tho week ending De?
cember 7th, 1837 :
Bronchitis, Acute ...
Pr? mature Birth.
Triara u? NaaocnUum.
EXCAPITC LATION :
Whites, 1; Blacks and Colored. 10-Total ll.
Under 1 year of ago.SiBetweea 60 aad 60 years. 1
Between land 6years.. 1 Between60and 70 years. 1
Bc.ween Sand 10 years.. 1 Between 70 an?.". ?0 years. 1
Between 10 and 20 yoar?.. 0 Between 80 and >K) years. 0
Between 30 and 30 years.. I between 90 and 100 yeats. 0
Betoota 30 and 40 years.. 1 Over 100 years of age.0
Omeo of City Regist: ar, December ll, 1867.
GEORGE 8. P~L?LR. M. D., City Registrar.
THE OBTBA-VT.-In the report of the School
Board to thu OWE uissioners of tho Charleston Or?
phan House, published in the NEWS a few days
ago, they suggest that application should be made
to the Faculty of the Medical College in our city,
"asking their consent for the admission of one or
two boys at a time to suoh of the lectures as may
afford instruction in the department of drugs and
medicines." This request is suggested by tho
career of ono of the boys from that institution,
who has selected pharmacy as his profession.
We have no doubt that the faculty will readily
respond to this request, having been always dis
tinguis-hod for kindred acts of liberality. We are tho
more pleased at the course of the commissioners,
from having not long since boen present at an ex?
amination of the pupils of the Orphan House
School, and witnessed their exemplary bearing,
thorough training and proficiency in all the ele?
mentary branches of ?earning.
The High School heretofore, and the 8*nih Ca?
rolina College, also, as well as tho C '''ige of
Charleston, have been open to a limited number of
the most talented boys of the Orphan Eouso, and,
by means of these instrument alities, the beneficia?
ries of our noblo city charity have frequently
reached eminent positions in various walks of life.
Some of our most distinguished legislators, law?
yers, physicians, clergymen, professors, teachers
and merchants bave proceeded from its halls, and
are now blessing their Alma Hater, and the o are
and kindness with which commissioners and teach?
ers watched over their orphan youth.
Tux FBANEXJN-STBEET COLOBED SCHOOL.- Pass?
ing by this establishment on Tuesday last, we were
attracted by the noise of the hundreds of children
enjoying "recess" in the extensive premises at?
tached to the school building, formerly used as the
United States Marine Hospital. We took a report?
er's liberty, went in, and after witnessing the mer?
ry gambols of the children for several minutes,
the bell tinkled for ''forming into line,'- preparato?
ry to returning to their class rooms. The Rev. C.
C. Piuckney, of this city, and Rev. Mr. Melli
champ, of Orangeburg, were Interested spectators
of the scene, as well as the present historian. The
"forming'' tock some minutes, when, upon the
word being given, marching commenced. And il
was no small feat for those little feet on tip-toe to
march up a long flight of steps, in a straight on?
ward march, only one foot ou a step at a time.
How some of tao little piccaninnies accomplished
it, we cannot comprehend.
After they were all re-housed and seated, we
visited the class rooms, and were much pleased
with the completo arrangement of everything.
The furniture of the best mahogany and latest
patent; the apparatus all of the mos*, improved
character-blackboards, maps, numeral frame,
spelling tables, etc., etc., ?nd lastly, a full and
competent corps of teachers, all strictly following
the same method of teaching. We could not help
thinking of tuc ola field school of other days,
whore many of these appliances were wanting.
However wo kept our reflections to ourselves, and
listened .o the children as they were singing
hymns and songa. They sing weli, end appear to
enjoy it very much. We wore particularly ploaced
with their rendering of the chant, "Gloria in Ex
c;?s?i'*-no small achievement under the circum
The teachers deserve much credit for what they
have accomplished during the few months the
school has been in operation. The school, as our
readors are aware, is under the diraction of the
Protestant Episoopal Church, and was established
principal!" brough the efforts of Rev. A. Toomer
Porter. It was opened July 9,18C7, has thirteen
teachers, all white, and, with one exception, all
natives of this city. Mr. Taylor, the Priucipal,
seems to be well fitted for his arduous and respon?
sible post. The school is supported by the Protes?
tant Episcopal Freedman's Commission. The num?
ber of pupils enrolled is eight hundred and sixty
three, and tho average attendance for November
wa:i six hundred and nine-three hundred and
sixty-eight boys and four hundred and ninety-four
girls and one adult.
A tuition fee of twenty-five cents per week ie re?
quired of such as can pay it, and diring tho last
month two hundred and fifty-three paid it. The
number tf pupils in attendance, over sixteen y?.ars
of age, is seventy, and we have serious doubts as
regards the utility of tho various exercises through
which they pass in their present course, to these
grown-up girls and boys, who. if we were to ex?
press our candid opinion, wo should say, could be
more usefully and moro profitably ongaged else?
where. The number of babies, under six, sent to
the school-"minders," Dickens calls them-to be
out of their mothers' way, is sixty.
The place looked clean, and the" children all ^ere
tidy-each apparently desirous to do and look his
and her best,
THE MIGBATOBT JAIL BIBDB.-Up to a late hour
last night the Dotectivo Corps had succeeded in
only recapturing four of the runaways-two in the
vicinity of tho Powder Magazine, John Washing?
ton and Julius Baker, and two near Monk's Cor?
ner, Nero Wilson and Josso White. Thoy traoed
sixteen up tho road, but when they came closeup
to them thc fugitives took to tho swamp. Bis
bolioved that tho whole gang have made their way
to the country. The doteotive officora followed
them over thirty milos.
TILE PUBLIC PEACE seems to bo in fair condition
just at present. It scarcely pays tho "Local" to
make his diurnal peregrinations to tho municipal
hoatelrie. To our inquiry last night, we were in?
formed "all quiet except some negroes fighting
and drawiug knives." Tho fighting part we did
not like and cannot commend, but in regard to the
drawing-kuiveB, they are all right enough, provi?
ded they aie used in tho right place. An adver?
tisement will bc found in this morning's NEWS,
calling for hands understanding the use of "draw?
ing-knives"-to make shingles, wo preEume. We
would suggest that tho individuals above referred
to apply for tho situation.
THE ToUBSTAatESX AT COLUMBIA. -The Pheonix
ays tho CoUego Green was thronged on Tuesday
morning with ladies and gcntlcmon-in vehicles
and cn foot-small boys and a fair sprinkling of
the great unwashed. Tho following knights en?
tered tho lists:
Scottish Chief-William Bowers; Camdon-W.
C. Workman; 2Stb, Nickerson'a-C. C. Radcliffe;
Richmond-S. E. Stratton; 76-R. Huson; (?olden
Cross-P. G. McGregor; Blue Garter-J. Roach;
Raven's Plume-W. H. Casson; Pocahontas-Paul
Joyner; Unknown-T. A. Scott.
Prizes wero awarded and ladies crowned as fol?
L-Knight of Camden-crowned Miss S. Joyner
as Queen of Love and Beauty.
2. -Knight of Pocahontas-Bolected Miss Sue
Bowers as first Maid of Honor.
3. -The Unkown Knight-Mies R. Joyner as sec?
ond Maid of Honor.
4. -Knight of the Golden Cross-Miss E. Boat
wright as third Maid of Honor.
The ladies selected took their places in a vehicle,
and were escorted by the knights to their respec- j
0>TE MOSE UXFOBTUNATE.-Of late wo have been
almost daily called upon to report cases of dead
negro infants concealed about premises, or expos?
ed in thc street. Coroner's juries usually sit upon
these bodies, and we supposo it is right and ac?
cording to law that they should, but with all due
deference to law and authority, we fail to see the
use nf these proceedings. In many instances, we
surmise, these concealments are the result of pov?
erty, coupled with ignorance, rather than of crime.
Tbe expenses of burial are a considerable item,
and many of thc vagrant colorod people from the
country are not suuiciently familiar with the
"ropes" of the city to know whore to go for tba
necessary assistance. Orim?, however, in this
particular, is unquestionably on the increase.
Yesterday afternoon'abcut four o'clock, two little
boys in Tradd stroot were playing "circus," and,
in pursuit of this amusement, needed something
that was under the house. They went by the
chimney, and found a box with a dead negro chili
in it. Tho father of one of the boys gavo informa?
tion of the fact at the Guard Houso. The Coroner
empanelled a jury, which gave the usual verdict.
Ia this connection we cannot help wondering at
the paradox wo seo around us of white men, and
Southerners, taking pains to vindicate the human?
ity of tho negro, as is proved by the numerous
answers to "Ariel," while the negroos themselves,
by their notions in this and other instances, give
color to the charge. It. is true all should not be
condemned for tho sins of a few; but these cases
are of two frequent occurrence to pass them by un
BUSINESS NO I ICES.
Ii* you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, .ic.; or, MILLEBS' Almanac;
li you want Printing executed neatly;
If yon want Booka bound In any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, goto Hut AM HARBE. NO. 59 Broad street.
WnoEVEB wishes to secure a magnificent Christ?
mas present for a lady, at a merely nominal outlay,
should call to-day at Badcnhop's, Meeting-street,
and take a look at tbe splendid gold card-case to
be raffled. Tho list is rapidly filling, and it is ex?
pected tho raffle will take place on Saturday.
FINE CLOTHES, good clothes, cheap olothes, and
plent y of them, are to bo be sold tbi9 morning by
auction at Mr. Milos Drake s well-known, popular
establishment, corner King and Liberty-streets.
Also, under garments, hosiery a.'id gloves; likewise
ono hundred cases boots and slices. Now is the
time fer bargains, and Miles Drake's is certainly the
place where to get them.
SORRENTO WORK.-We have just had the gratifi?
cation of looking over, at Mr. Walker's, No. 3
Broad-street, a beautiful stock of Sorrento Fancy
Boxes, made of finely polished olivo wood, and ex?
quisitely inlaid with colored woods. They are
made in Sorrento, Italy, and are rarely seen in
this country. Also, some raro specimens of carved
work. To thoso who desire to purchase really
beautiful presents, wo commend a visit to Mr.
Thu latest and most effectual remedy for the cure of
debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor of the liver,
etc, ls PANKNTN'3 HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by
ail Druggists. _ th
What is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what are ih offsets? These aro ques?
tions which the great American pnbiic has a right to
ask, and it also 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 the form of a snow white powder, con?
taining ab the wonderful medical properties of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects wc would say that those who have tested
tho preparation are tho best judges, and they declare
over tholr own signatures that tho preparation will
promptly relievo indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranqu?lt6 the
nervous systom. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Noutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tono the bowels. Assist tho
ailing appetite. Cure tho heartburn.
If you are e sufferer give this Remedy ono rnaL and it
will convince you of tho above tacts.
TARRANT & CO., Solo Proprietors, Now York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September 12
The Grand Secret.
The grand secret in medication lt to help Nature.
3 us tain and Regulate- these aro the Alpha and Omega of
tho only theory of euro that has common sense far its
basis. If the nsrvous system is shattered, thc tuusoles
weak, and the mind. Uko fae bo.1 y, in a 6tatc of par?
tial oollapsc-what ls it boat to do? Reason teaches as
the answer : BUILD up TOUB MAS. Brace him as you
would brace a tottering edh.ee. The pabulum he needs
ls a Tonic Alterative. Bring him up out cf the depths of
Debility and Dojcondency with nOSTETTER'S BIT?
TERS. They cannot injure. A child may take them in
LATOS suited to its years, without tho possibility of harm.
Tho enfeebled vital powers aro as sure to respond ener?
getically to their action aa tho wilted grass is to ere a its
blades under tho vivifying und refreshing rale. In all
cases of debility tho BITTERS are absolutely required.
There is no subethetc o: succeSaneum that tjffW ?U1 their
place. Rosort to the most wonderful of medora tonic?,
a..-J ALL WILL BE WELL. Bear in mind that in Dyspep?
sia, Intermittent Fevers, bilious Disorders, and affections
ot the Nerves, nc other maUlcine will produce one tithe
of the ?COd effect that inva-iably foUows the use of thlo
excellent nrvrooBANr AS."? COBEECTIVE.
December 3 6
C. DUCItEUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment o!
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
whi. h bas boen patented in the Uulted States,
France and England, is uow offered by tho subscriber to
the public, leeling assured they will find it, upou exami?
nation, one ol the greatest inveulions ol the ago.
Prominent among its advantages aro:
FIBST- The facility with which horses may be b'-mcss
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriaae, also "rondrring it
unnecessary for the person unharnessing topase between
or behind the horses as is customary, thus avoiding any
liability of being kicked.
SECOND-in case ot a horse falling, he may bo loosed
from tho carriage in ono second, without the driver leav?
ing his seat. It is sc simple in its operation that a child
con work it.
THIBDASD GREATEST-In easer of borsss taking fright,
becoming unmanagable or running away, the terrible
consequences which so frequently loilow may bo all avoid
ed by this sirapio application to carriages, as the horses
can bc loosed from the carrii?re "ma twinkling,'' and tho
carriage is qutctlv and saltly stopped.
Mr. C. DU CREUX gave several pubii; exhibitions. The
great favor and praise mashi-bted by the public on these
occasions, is one ol tho evidences ot a popalur appr?cia,
tlou of Ul monts.
Ierras may be known and orders received for applying
the patent lo carriages, or purchase of Suite Rights, by
addressing to C. D Ct'REUX. Patentee,
No. 63 Elizabet!; street, New ?ort.
October 22_ _Hmo
XS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBEFRY 0. H., AT
S3 per annum, and, having a lar^o circulation
turough ah the upper and lower Districts of tho State,
affords great ad van .ages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which appl?
to our Agent, Mr ').'. P. SLIDE tl, xx the Mills House.
.fflQC V * Ii li. GEENEKEH.
Norembri HVtsntax proprietors.
PAPER AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, PRINTING, ETC.
No. 3 BEOAD-STEEET,
PAPER li STATIONERY WAREHOUSE,
POWER PEESS PRIMING,
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURING.
JgaTw A L K S R , _E VAN 8 4 OS .-jtjjT
' gg? iii ^"$SS
! ^??^^^? AT '
GREATLY REDUCED RITES. ;
ll ll I IPI li LARGE STOCK
_RAF. E fv. ft_ STATiO.HE BY.i_ OF
- I JOSEPH JvTALKEE,, AGT.J .
-.life fi^S?qiPl^^BLANK BOOKS
""^^^^^M^S1" REDUCED PRICES ?
Every facility of improved Machinery and Paper purchased direct from
the Manufacturers, enables the Proprietor to work AT NEW YORK
A large Stock of FANCY INKSTANDS and STATIONERY, and a beau?
tiful variety of
SORRENTO FANCY BOXES!
BRACKETS, WATCHSTANDS AND CARVED WORK, &c, &c, &c.
FOR SALE LOW.
DRY G00P8, ETC.
420 DRY GOODS 420
THAN COST 0FJ1WACI?E1
GOUDKOP & BECTHNER
PRINTS AT 8c, 10c AND 12)fc
Bleached and Bro ?rn Shirtings and Sheetings
Kentucky Jeana and Tweeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Caaslmcr:s
Black Silks at SI and upward
A largo and varied assortment of Shawls, ic
blanket-. White and Colored; '?wise Counterpanes, Atc
La - ie*' Black Cloth at SS and upward..
CLOAKS! CLOAKS !!
OP THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
No. 49D XING-9T. (BAST SI OK .
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
Dc camber ll_16_
"SELLING OFF !
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST,
A LARGE STOCK OF
CONTAINING A GENERAL VARIETY AND ASSORT?
MENT OF EVERT ARIICLE PERTAINING TO
No. 238 KING-STREET,
I. HYMAN & CO.
Deoembsr ll i
No- 281 KING-STREET.
281 Hoop Skirts, 281
KING-ST. HOSIERY, KING-ST.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
CLOTHS ll CASHMERES,
FLANNELS & BLANKETS.
HATE AND TOOTH BRUSHES
COMBS, NECK TIES
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS
We invite thc attention ot those, in want of any gooda
in onr line, as it wUl bo to their interest to give us a call
before purchatunj clsowherc.
FOGAKTIE di STILLMAN, AgU.,
NEW STORE, No. 231 KING-STREET.
December 6 22
CLOTHING & RfRNiSHINj GOODS.
SPECIAL SALE OF CLOTHING,
TTTE OFFER AT COST, AT RETAIL. THE BAL
VV ANCE of our WHOLESALE STOCK OF WAN?
TER CLOTHING, including au tssor?nent of GOOD
BUSINESS SUITS, also COMMON CLOTHING, suitable
for laborers. Any one In w.mt of the above is requested
tc call, and they wlU be surprised at the low prices.
EDWIN BATES 4 CO.,
Deoembcr 3_IC_No. 122 Meeting street
FALL AND WINTER CLOTH
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 213 Ki rx g Street.
~\TJ~E HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
VV OF FALL AND WINTER CLO THING, to which
wo Invite those in want to call and examine before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our faculties are such ti at wo can
offer our stcok of Ready-made C'JDthing and Furnishing
Goods at such prices tnat will compare moro favorable
than any other house In tho Lae.
Our stock of Clotuing were manufactured under our
own supervision, and can state that they are made up in
a workmanh?e manner, and of fashionable styles. Our
stock consists of all grades- Fine, Medium, and Low
In addition to the above, we have on band a var? larc?
stock of YOCTHa'. BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CL'lTfl.
INO, of oil qualities, tarants will find lt to their advan?
tage to call and make a selection. Our size, rango from
8 years to 18 years of age.
WHITE AND COLORED LINO SHIRTS, of all quail
ties, and warranted to fit '
We offer a large stock, consisting of Merino and Lamb's
Weal Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Sh-rts
and DrvA-era, Canton Flannel Drawere, Travelling Shirts
all cole?, English Half Hose, &u9pend?Ta, Bows Neck
Tief, Silk and Worsted Scarfs, Silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, homraed and ready tor use; Gloves, of French Do"
skin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Kids, bilk
Cloth and Casrimere; Collars, of Linen and Paper, of
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer for Freedmen's use, at the low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sack and Pants).
We respectfuUy solicit a call lr m the citizens of
Charleston, and those visiting tho city, to cur comnlcte
Stock of CLOTHING AND FL'RN?sHlNG GOOD*, oud
will tako pleasure in showing our gooda to those wno
may fevorus wi.h a call, and *re will guarantee that we
will sell at such prices that will suit the times, lor cash
or city acceptances. ORO- LITTLE co.,
No. 213 King street,
October 29 tutfcs2mo? Victoria Rance,
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS.
CHEAPER Til IN THE CHEAPEST
Being determined not
to be undersold by any
one, we will henceforth
LARGE il WELL-SELECTED
Which being Equal to any
At such Prices that
TRY US AND YOU WILL BE CON.
I. L FALK & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Between Wentworth and Liberty-Sts
October 34 tbs tuarn oa
Large Stock of
MEN AND BOTS
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT rUPPLIED WITH
an elegant ajournent of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
und VESTINGS, which wiU be mado np under the care
sf a First-claua Cutter.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West Side, One Door South of Mar?
B. W. McTUREOUS,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC?
LUMBER ANI) BUILDING MATE'
PRI1TE NORTHERN WHTTF: FINE CF ALL KINDS.
Mahogany, M >uldlngs. Newels, Banisters, Veneers,
b" reit Walnut," Hickcry, Ash, Oak. Doors, Sashes, Plas?
tering reatas, Pickets, Palings, >ails. Spikes, Shingles.
The above in ltrpe Assortment rad variety for ca.e at
wholesale and rotad tor cash.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market und Bay.
October 17 _ thnfulmo?
NO. 37 LINE STREET
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD?
ING MATERIAL. LIME and PLASTERING LAI HS,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, Atc, constantly on hand at
the lowcBt market prices.
September 12 thsly
Sida, Shoulders, Hams, ?jc.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Will sell THIS DAY, in fi ont of their Store, st bslf-put
5 hhds. choice C. R. SIDES
12 barrels Pig .shoulders
10 boxes choice S. C. Hams
100 boxes Candles
10 half barr?la Pig Tongues
10 barre), Molasses. December 12
Butter, Lard, Hams, Shoulders, $c.
BYT. M. Ci TER.
WUl be sold THIS DAT, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
56 firkins and tubs choice B?TTEB
50 tubs Lard
6 bbls. Pig Haras
5 bbls. Pig Shoulders
6 tes. Smoked Beef,
Conditions cash. December 12
Salt, Salt, &;c., ?c.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER
THIS DAY, 12th Inst., will bo sold, before our store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
100 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
HAMS, Sides, Shoulders, Strips, ic., 4c.
Conditions cash. December 12
L ADER DECREG IK EQUITY.
Bank of the State vs. Daly.
Will bo sold, under the direcdon of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, THIS DAY, the 12th of
December, 1867, at ll A. M.,
AU that LO r OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS thereon,
situated on the South side of Beaufain street, in this city,
bounding North on Beaufain street, East on land of Dr.
Lebby, South on land oi-. and West on land of ]
; measuring in trout on Beau aln street 23 6-12
feet, and 105 feet in depth, more or less
I Terms-One-third cash; the balanco in one and two
I years, secured by bond of the purrhnsor and mort
k gase of Ute property, with interest from ilay ol sale, pay
1 able annually; bu Idinga to be insured and po ley as?
signed; purchaser to pay for papers nnd stamps.
Deccmbor 12_th*_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE OT EQ MT V.
Furman S? Spratt vs. Corker.
Wm be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, TH?RSDAT, the 19th day of
December, 18C7, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, in thia city, known in a cer?
tain plit of lands, div! ed by R. K. Payne, Surveyor, in
18*2, by the numbers 16,18 and 116, bounding and meas
LOT No. IC-Northwardly by Lot No. 18, 100 feet;
Southwardly by Lot No. 14, 100 feet; Eastwardly by
President street, 40 feet; and Westwardlv by Lot No. 15,
LOT No. 18-Northwardly by Lot No. 20,100 feet;
Southwardly by Lot No. 16, 100 feet; Eastwardly by
President street, 40 teet; and Westwardiy ty Lot No. 17,
LOT No. 116-Northwardly by Lot >o. 117,100 feet;
Southwardly by Lot No. 113, 100 f?et; Eastwardly by
Lot No. 118. 85 feet; and Westwardiy by Chesnut street
35 feet, more or less.
Terms-So much cash as may be necessary to pay tho
costs and the amount due thc plain ti ft In full, and the
balance on a credit of ono year, to bb secured by the
bond of the purchaser and mortgage of the premise*,
with interest irom day of sale, payable annually, pur?
chasers to pay for papers and t;tampa.
November 28 th4_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE |N EQUITY.
Qourdin, Executor, vs. Milliken.
WUl be sold under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, on TUESDAY, the 17tn day of
December, 18u7, at ll o'clock, A. M.,
ALL THAT PLANTATION, situate on the West side
of the Western Branch of Cooper Uiver, known aa "Mul?
berry," containing 467 acres, more or less, bounding
North on Exetor Plantation, formerly the jproeerty of |
Alexander Broughton, now of John Novell, Weat partly
on said Exeter Plantation, and port.v on ?kery Planta?
tion, the property of Maz>ck, South on South Mulberry,
the property of Ute estate of Philip P. Broughton, and
East on Cooper Elver.
All the undivided share of Thomas Broughton in a
I TRAC r OF PINE LAND, containing about tOOO acres,
h lng to the West and in the neghborhood of Mulberry
Plantation, which said lrart of Pino J .ind formed part of
the Fairlawn Barony, and at the sale Cf the said Barony
was bougat Jointly by the said Thomas Broughton,
Phi.ip Broughton, aud Paul and Alexander Mazyck.
All the undivided sha: e of Thomas Broughton in a
TBACT OF PINE LAND, East of Black Tom's Bay, being
the residue of a Traot of 480 acres altar tho conveyance
by thomas, the lath-r of the a ove nimed Thomas
Broughton, to Edw rd Trescott, of 243 acres thereof, re
surveyed and divided May 7th, 1790, cy John Diamond,
Terms.-One-third cash; balance la three equal suc?
cessive Instalments, scented by bond ot purchaser and
mortgage of the premisos, with interest from da/ of |
sale, payablo semi-annually. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
November28_th3tul_.Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQTITT.
Alston vs. Alston.
WUl be sold, under the direoUon of tao Commissioner in
I qutty for Georgetown District, on the 17th day of De?
cember, 1867, at Georgetown, at the usual hour and
place of malting pubic sales in said town.
The following LAND :
L AU that LOT OF LAND ia the t own of Georgetown,
I known and distinguished in the plan of said town by the
2. All that LOT OF LAND known and distinguished in
tho planofthesaldtownby thc number 6", containing 100
feet iront on Prince's street, by which it ls bounded on
the Norihcaat, to tho North lt ls bounded by tho Lot No.
66, on tho South by Lot No. 67.
3. AU that LOT OF LAND In the (?dd town, on the cor
I nor of King and Bay stree' 3. distinguished la the plan of I
the town by the number 224; bounding rfoutbwast on lot I
No. 223, Northeast on Bay street or Front stroet, South?
east on King street, coat i ni ag, ?.greeably to the said
plan, 60 feet, and in depth 217 9-10 feet
4. AU that LOT OF LAND in tie said town, and dis?
tinguished in tho said plan by the taumbor 230, contain
log in width or breedtb, fronting on Front street, 60 'cot,
and m depth 217 9-13 test, being one-quarter of an acre.
Boundlug Northeast on Front strict, Southeast on Lot
231, Southwest on vaoant space between said Lot and
Georgetown uiver, and the Northwest on Cannon street
Ton QB fdr the above-One-halt ash; balance in one
year, secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
cf the premises. The purchaser to pay for papers and
Will be sold it Private Sa.'.e for Cash:
All that TRACT OF LAND situated on South Island,
I known and distinguished as Lot No. 17, bounded on the
Norh by Lot No. 18, on the south by Lot No. 16, on the
West by Musquito Creek, and o i tho East by a Ure run?
ning parallel with the South Inlet or Winyah Bay, 80 feet
from cemmon high wat- r mark, which sj ace to low water I
mara ls always to bc kept open for.the use of owners of
lots or parcels ol hmd adjacent; the said Lot measuring
from North to bouth 200 feet. JAMtSTtlPPEB,
Master in Equity,
November 28 th3tnl_Charleston, 8 0.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Provident Institution for Savings vs. Robson et cl.?
Beach vs. Robson et al.
WiU be sold, according to postponement under the
direction or the undersigned, st tho old Cu ?do m House,
on THURSDAY, the 19th day of December, 1867, at ll
L All that LOT OF LAND, with the thres-story Brick
and Tiled store thereon, situ ato on Magwood's tout h
Wharf, measuring on the South on said Wharf 73 feet
and in depth 63 feet 6 inches, mero or loss. Bounding
South on Magwood'e South Wharf, North and Foist by
Storehouse and Lot formerly of Charles A. Marwood,
and West cn Leds of Charles A. Magwood and 7.nomaa
2. AU that LOT OF LAND, with (he throe-story Brick
Building thereon, situate on ho North aide of the street
leading to North Atlantic Wharf, measuring on the North
and Boattl Unes 84 feet 7 lr ches, and on the East and
West lacea 22 teet 7 inches, mere or less. Bounding
North on lands of George A. Locke, East on land of j
Rhett A Robson, West on land of ? Mat he woo, tod
South' on street loading to North Atlantic Wharf.
3. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings wereon,
being a portion of Atlantic Wharves, lying on the South
side of the htreet or way making the Normern entra ire
to said Wharves Lom East Ray street extending from
tlio North line ot the buildings owned by Rhett st Rob?
son to th said street or way, measuring in width from
Weet to East 22 feet 9 inches and ia length - teet.
Bounding south on lands ot tho said Rhett & Robson,
West on lands of-, North on said street or way,
and East on lads of Otis Mills and Erastus M. Beach.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two years,
with interest annually from day ol'sale, secured by bond
of purchaser and mortgage of tho premises. Buddings
to bo insured and policy assigned, Parcha-er to pay for
papers and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
November 28 th4 Mader in Equity.
P. L. GUILLEMLN,
No. 140 Church. Street.
A COMPLETE ASSORTAIENT OF
; HALL LIGHTS
DBOP ANO BEADING LIGHTS
EXTENSION CHAND;=XIEB5 AND PENDENTS
?hades and Belle, of latest pattern srd improvements.
Copper and Iron Pump?, etc
Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing, on tho most
Tin Roofing and Guttering,
COLGATE Si CO.'?
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale hy all Oro?ere.
October 21 3mo
Sale to Close. Consignments, Without Reserve.
BY ?. H. ABRAHAMS & ?SONS.
THIS DAT, ibo-11th inst at 10 o'clock, we will sell st
our Salesroom, Na 35 Hayne-street,
PIECES SATINETS PIECE* MEE INO
Pieces Kentucky Jeans Pieces Checks
Pieces Plaids Pieces Corset Jeans
Pieces Blue Twilled Flannel - dozen Balmoral Skirts
Pieces bree ?do Alpaca - dozen Hoop Skirts
Pieces Striped Alpaca - dozen Hosiery
Fine assortment of JEW ELEY, WATCHES, Plated
1 case KILLICKTNICK SMOKING TOBACCO.
Clothing, Shirl,, Hosiery, Keck Tie?, #t
BY MILKS DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell, without re?
serve, st my Store, corner of King and Liberty suv a,
A LINE OF OlOTHTNG, just received.
20 HABBISON OAS6IMERE SCITS-Coat, Pants sad
20 Blaok Cloth Frock Coats
25 Black Cloth Sack Coats
25 Over Coats
100 pair Black Casslmere Pants
150 pair Fancy Cassim ere Pants
15 i lack Cassimere -nita, Vests
Kelknap, Linen Bosom ana Fancy Cotton Shiits
Gent's Under Shirts and Drawers
A largo assortment of Black and Fancy Neck Ties
200 dozen assorted. Hosiery, Gtnfs Cloth and Wool
On TO-MORROW, I will sell 100 cases of BOOTS AND
SHOES, selected expressly for this market
Particulars on day of sale. December M
Unreserved Sale, Dry Goods.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 12th instant, ai 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting-street,
GREY BLANKETS, RED WOOL FLANNEL, Grey Flan?
nel, White Dornet Flannels
White Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Bine and Brown
Opera Flannel, Lyonasc and Thibet Cloths, Irish Linen,
Longeloths, Brown t birrin gs, Men's and Wowen's Hose
and Half Hose
Cambric Handkerchiefs, White Welsh Flannel, Plaid
Straw Hits, Felt Turban Hats, Straw Turbans, Trimmed
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Needles, Scissor?. Pencils, Hair
Pins, ic., with a variety of other goods, not enume?
AT PE rv ATE ?ITV
Biles 3-4 BROWN SHIRTING
Bales 7-6 Brown Shirting
Bales Cotton Yarns-assorted numbers
Dozens Country Knit Socks-wool and cotton.
December 12 i
United States Marshals Sale. South Carolina
. District-In Admiralty. W. C. TUton vt. The
Charleston Dredging and Wharf Building Com?
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of sn Order of Sale, to me directed, from the
Hon. George S. B yan, Judge of the District Court of
South Carolina, in Admiralty, for the District afore
said, in the above ess?, I will sall, st public auction, at
the old Exchange, East end of t road street, in tb?
Port of Charleston, THIS DAY, the 13th of Decem?
ber, 1867, at ll o'clock A. M.:
ONE OF HOSGOOD'S PATENT MUD MACHINES,
WITH TWO (3) FLATS, now lying at Central Wharves.
Both Machine and Flats sre nearly new, sheeted with
heavy zinc, m good order, and ready for work. Tba
Machine can diu one thousand (1000) tons of mud per
day, and the Flats are each capable of holding thirty (10)
tons of mud.
THE STEAMTUG "RELIEF," built In Philadelphia,
in 185?. Length, sixty-six (56) feet i-ix (6) inches; depth,
seven (7) feet; brea 1th of beam, sixteen (18) feet, cop?
pered to six (6) feet Hull and machinery in good order.
A NEW STEAM PILE DRIVER. Length, forty eight
(48) feet; breadth, fifteen (16) feet; do;-th, three <8) feet
s.x (d' Inches; two (2) high pressure engines, six (6) Inch
cylinders, twelve (li) inch stroke; length of derrick
forty-eight (481 feet; space for logs fifteen (15) inches,
hammer Weight two thousand (2000)pounds; dat bottom;
sheeted w th heavy zinc; propelled by her own power;
speed four (4) miles per hour.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pey for papers and stamps.
3. P. M. EPPING, U. s. MannsL
December 13 mthwrnthe
Fine Mutts at Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
At ll o'clock. TO-MORROW, 13th December, at Copes'
Sheds, Church-street, near Broad, we will sell,
A iot offLie MULES, ail in good order.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLUM e. mm & co.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Tarted Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS?
CONSISTS Vt PART OFi
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER AND PLATEO WARE Of all kind? ?nd patterns :
FANCY GOCD8, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES,
CUT AND PRESSED GLASSWABE of all styles and
WHITE AND DECORATED
rn, Dlfflt ?1 CH.? SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTICr OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
November 12_? ? ?_
ALMIRE! GLiSSWIRE ! !
"YTOW OPEN AND FOR SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
J.I Of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET and WINE GLASSES.
From $2 SO per dozen io $12.
T ET Bl E L E R S
From 76& u is 60.
XT Housekeepers will please called at
WM. G. WHILDEN &C0.,
No. 256 KING, corner Beaufain stseeta.
?00TH & NAIL BRUSHES,
"UK)B SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' ANS GENTS'
AT ALL PRICES, FROM $1 TO $6, LESS THAN
Now York gold prices.
A mil assortment of ncc FRENCH AND ENGLISH
POBIEilO. AIES, gilt bound, at
WM. G. WHILDEN ?% CO.,
No. 266 KING, cerear Beaufain Directe.
STEAM ENGINES '
SAW, GRIST, RICE
BUILT AND nxruaxD.
or ALL DESCMPTI0S8
IN IRON OR BtfASS.
We work at Lew Rates.
J M. Eason & Bro..
CORNER NASSAU AND
The East Florida Banner,
-CALA, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. I. SMITH, Editor and proprietor.
S. C. DsBF.UHL, Asaistant Editor.
mtTR s*v?nt HAS~A LARGE CTRCuTATTOTf
T^roStaKe S* porous and wealthy portion.
QfFl&ida. _ WMOf mtwdut?ngtht?lmstaesi
?j^SSSS?SS^SM do weh to advertise in Ita
??mtEne- macsrwTo*. M A TIA*.
SPAS*!? 4 Co., Agents, at Courier Qfflc* Cbvr'.odton,
aouth pwStol. Septem... M