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THE DAILY NEWS.
ga- LARGEST CWCULATION.-THE DAILY
SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS RAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING LN THE POST?FFICE AT THE END* OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALIS IBIS DAT.
CAMPBELL, KNOX <fc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, No. 55 Haael-sLeet, a
large stock of fall goods.
FIRE.-A lire occurred about two o'clock this
morning in the premises occupied by Mr. Gar?
rett Byrnes, northeast corner of State and
Queen-streets, but was quickly extinguished
without serious damage.
DEATH OF A Joras ALIST.-Mr. Jas. N. Ells, a
srell known young newspaper man of Georgia,
and connected of late with the Augusta Re?
publican, died rery suddenly of congestion of
the brain on Friday last.
HON. ELLISON S. KETTT, of South Carolina,
addressed tho Young Men's Democratic Union
. of New York. City oh Tuesday last, and his
speech, which ia published in the New York
- papers, is said to hare been received with great
THE COLUMBIA AMD AUGUSTA BAILBOAD.
' The work on this road is progressing rapidly,
. and a large number of hands are employed.
Last week an engine gan through the streets
of Graniteville, that portion of the road being
? completed. The trick was laid in the main
: street by the canal.
SE?MOUB AND BLAIR.-Messrs. Quinby & Co.,
photographie artists in King street, have two
well executed life sLsed heads of the chieftains
. of the Democratic party, Seymour and Blair.
These portraits would form a valued orna
. mcnt to the halla of some of our Democratic
.clubs. .:? ' _
A STRAW. -The United States soldiers at
- Columbia were paid off on Friday. One store
a sold to them seventy-five Seymour badges and
three Grant badges, and the Seymo orites
- evinced a disposition to whip the three Gr am?
itos'or going that, way. This shows how the
wind blows. ' 1 : ' .? ?' ' ?
QUICK FREIGHT.-The stearne hip James
Adger sailed from New York on Tuesday last at
- 4 P. M., with freight fox this oity and the South?
west. She arrived on Friday, and her Atlanta
freight was delivered in that city yesterday
morning. This is four and a half days' time
from New York to Atlanta, which ve call doing
business m a hurry.
THE CHATHAM BAILBOAD.--The Columbia
Phoenix, of Saturday, says: "Wo understand
^'T-hat Governor Scott is in receipt of a pajier
protesting against his approval of the Chatham
Railroad bill, on account of an informality in
the manner of its adoption by the so-called
?General Assembly, and that he has referred
-.-the matter to Attorney-General Chamberlain
Jor his legal opinion.
DEMOCRATIC' CANVASSERS.-Wo perceive, by
the Clarendon Press of tho 17th instant, that
Hon. J. P. Richardson and Joseph Galluchat,
Esq., nave boen appointed canvassers by the
D?mocratie Executive Committee of Claren?
don to canvass the First Congressional Dis-I
? triet in conjunction with Colonel B. F. Gra?
ham, the elector; also, that Mr. Galluchat has
?been appointed a member - of the State Execu
? ?ive Committee from Clarendon District
A SIN ou LAB SPILL -The night down train
?rom Columbio, on Friday' night, ran off the
track noir the-ninety-sixth mile post in conso
?qnence of the breaking of an axle. The end
> of a cattle car was broken oat by the shock,
abd tho cattle were spilled along th3 road for
. several hundred yards. When the train was
- stopped it waa found, singularly enough, that
none of the cattle were injured, and they were
gathered up and returned to their old quarters.
. No damage whatever, therefore, was done by
the accident. , _
TETS ' STAB LIKE" FOB THROUGH FBKTOHT.
f Arrangements hare been made by the South
Carolina and Greenville and Columbia railroads [
which have resulted in the formation of what
- is known as the ''Star Line,* by which freight
is ta'ien from Charleston to Greenville, or
brought from Groo a vi Ho to thia city, without I
- -change of cars. The "Star Line" is already in
.operation, and its new oars are running in and I
. out daily. This line is another evidence that
-Charleston is wide awake, and that our rail?
roads are up to tbo times.
THE COMMBBC? OF GEOBOETOWN, 8. C.-There
'W&8 published in the Georgetown (S.e.) Times,
- a few days since, a statement of tbe commerce
of tba port of Georgetown, S. C., so far as it
relates to exhorts. The following were the
principal items : 896 bales cotton, 4851} tierces
rice, 506 bushels rough rice, 7,945,590 feet lum?
ber, 329,388 feet timber, 7518 b?rrela spirits
.turpentine, 312 barrels crude turpentine, 37,
. '831 barrels rosin, 152 b?rrela tar, 105,000 bunch?
ed shingles, 1,483,700 oommon shingles, 510
.bushels peanuts, and sundries.
ANOTHEB SCHUTZ ENTES I .-On Wednesday
next there will be a great prize shooting at the
Schatzenplatz, to which all sportsmen are in
? vi ted. Three prizes will .be awarded to the best
? shots at a distance of two hundred yards. The
: shooting will commence at 10 A. M. and last
until 3, 'Thea Terpsichore will claim the grave
-and the gay until 9 o'clock, at which time
"gute nacht" will be said. A train of cars will
leave tbe Ann-street Depot, South Carolina
- Railroad, at 1 o'clock, and omnibuses will leavo
the corner of Meeting and Line streets every
hour from 10 to 8 o'clock.
UPLAND RICE.-Rice, the great staple of this
.' State, tbe oolture of which was once confined
' to the river swamp lands, bas been transferred
toother Bolds and pastures new. In old lang
syne evory planter in the interior had some J
low bot ;om devoted to rice, but only raised
sufficient for hmo consumption. This is now
- changed, and a much larger area has been de- j
voted to this cereal alon? the line of the South
--Carolina R til road, and in nearly every district j
rice has been cultivated with great BUCCOSS.
The seed of the swamp rice is used, and tho
grain raised compares favorably with that
from the old rice fields.
A NEW WAY OF MAKING BBEAD.-The Ger?
mans have a proverb which signifies, that not
-one in a hundred koows bow the thousandth
lives. This is exemplified every day in our
midst, but it has always been a mystery how
the idle, worthless negroes seen on tho Btreets
succeeded in sustaining life. Within the past
few days this mystery has been partially solved.
The Zeitung says that the pupils of Professor
. Hoffman's school have been frequently stopped
by negroes who snatched their lunch cans from
their hands and sloped. These darkies were
evidently not anxious to earn their daily bread
by the sweat of their bro tra, but preferred using
such chance opportunities as were thrown in
their way.V It was e-identfrom the systematic
plan pursued that the hungry nigs had studied
the question of living without labor, and the
xald was premeditated.
FALL FASHIONS.-A New York letter of the
16th instant says : "The regular fall fashions
?open* on the 22d, and the trade are makins;
(Treat preparations accordingly. It ?B of Borne
importance to be assured that Fronoh poplins
will bo muon used for street wear, and that
these are chameleon, purple and gold, or red
and blue, as weil as in plain colors ; also, that
Scotch plaids, in green, blue and brown, in
woollen, will be much used for carriage wraps
this season. Also, that reddish brown, in
every variety of shade, will be the prevailing
color for street wear, and that the different
shades of lavender and gray will also be
worn, with suits, when harmonizing in color.
Aleo, that most of the new lace collars are
pointed io front, a ix Shakespeare."
A RAID ON THE COOK SHOPS TO BE APPRE?
HENDED.-The Columbia correspondent of tho
Zeitung says, that the members of the Legis?
lature have so far received but $100 each. This
ia but a drop iu the bucket, and the law makers
are in the ladt stages of impecuniosity. The
old manmas refuse to cook longer on credit
and the washerwomen are clamorous for soap
to raise the suds. This unfortunate condition
induced one of the sufferers to offer a resolu?
tion that the next session be held in Charles?
ton. The inforenco is that their credit being
exhausted in Columbia, fed having heard of
the new cook shopp at the east end ot
the Market, they look upon Charleston
as a' good field for the hungry Legisla?
tive maw. With th? condition of Coinobia
before oar eyes, we can only Bay from such a
fate, ' 'Good Lord deliver us."
THE THEATRE REDIVIVOS.-Mr. John Tem?
pleton, the popular lessee and manager of tho
Charleston Theatre (nee Hibernian Hal!), has
determined to renew bis : ;quaintance with the
Charleston public, and will soon reintroduce
behind the footlights both the buskin and the
sock. While arranging the scenery fer the
dramatic pieces, ho will furnish a new and
startling entertainment in the hippodrome
erected on the Citadel Green. Mazeppa, the
play rendered famous by the still more famous
Ada Isaacs M\nkon, will be performed by an
experienced troupe, comprising the best riders
and actors in the country. Mr. Tomp'oson
will be welcomed to the city by a host of
friends, and the theatre will be an important
adj u act to our marchants by inducing a rush
of visitors from the country, who will be able
to combino business and pleasure. All work
and no play is not good for any people, and
wo trust the promised entertainments will re?
ceive the support the projector deserves.
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION POE THE FIRST CON?
GRESSIONAL DDTCBJCTV-Tho Convention to
nominate a Democratic candidate for Congress
from the First Congressional' District, assem?
bla d at Florence on Tuesday, the 15th, and or?
ganized by calling Mr. C. Evans, of Marion, to
the chair, and Mr. JOB. Rhame, of Clarendon,
to act as secretary. ? General J. C. Kennedy, of
Kershaw; A. A. Gilbert, of Sumter; Captain
Harris Covington, of Marlboro', and Major F.
F. Warley, of Darlington,' were the prominent
candidates for nomination. The ballots result?
ed as follows :
First, ballot-Covington 5, Warley 9, Gilbert
Second ballot-Covington 9}, Warley 10, Gil?
bert withdrawn, Kennedy ?.
Third ballot-Covington 9\, Warley 10, Ken?
Fourth ballot-Covington 10}, Warley 9.
After the fourth ballot the president an?
nounced the nomination of Captain Covington,
when the nomination was made unanimous.
KINO-8TBEET ENTERPRISE-A GOOD CHANOS
FOB BARGAINS.-King-street, the Broadway of
Charleston, is now putting on its gala robes,
and fashion's fancy fabrics aro to be soon in
every window. The corner of King and Cal
honn streets is one of the most attractive of
the many dry goods stands ou this thoroughfare,
and Messrs. Furchgott & Bro., the proprietors,
have spared no pains to make it a popular re?
sort. The exterior has boen colored the popu?
lar light tint, and the interior is u repertory of
every article of dry goods-rich, raro, tasty
and cheap. Messrs. Furchgott & Bro. have
prided themselves on the varied natur oof their
stock, which is obtained only from the first
houses, and a customer can easily pur chase
every article on his list without loaring the
store. They hove adopted the maxim, "quick
sales and small profits," sod publish in to?
day's NEWS a long list of goods with tho prices
annexed, to which we ref r all who are anxhus
to change their greenbacks with profit to
themselves. Io addition to the other attrac?
tions of this establishment the proprietors have
opened a boot and shoe store on Calhomi?
streat, immediately iu rear of the dry goods
establishment. Messrs. Furchgott & Bro. are
firm believers in printer's ink, and their adv r
tisements in THE NEWS have brought them
orders from every seotion cf the country.
BASE BALL.-On Saturday a friendly gamo of
base ball was played at the west end of Broad
street between the second nine cf the Caroli?
nas and the first nine of the Germania. The
latter is a new club, recently organized, con?
sisting mainly*of alopted German citizens of
Charleston, and this was the first game played
since its formation. Though somewhat raw
the Germanias showed that their material wau
good, and that by practice they would soon bo
able to compete more successfully with
their opponents. Their fielding was par?
ticularly good. The Carolinas, having a thor?
ough knowledge of the game, soon distanced
the Germanias, and at the conclusion of the
fifth inning, when tho game was called, the
score stood twenty-six to nine. Tho following
is the official result :
OEBMAKIA. GABO LIM A.
Pieper, c.1 2
Mabus, p.2 1
Schwing, s s.2 1
Belitxer, 2 b.1 2
Zernow, 3 b.1 1
Suns nee, lb.0 3
Wuhrmann, c f..... .1 2
Sehr.der, rf.0 2
Beckmann, If.1 1
Rivers, If.5 0
Courtenay, rf.5 8
Follin, of.2 2
White. 3 b.3 2
Chnpeir, ss.3 1
Smith, c.3 2
Fisher, 2 b.3 1
Locke, lb.1 3
1. 2. 3. *. 5.
Grerminia.2 110 -6- 9
Caiolina.? 2 10 2 3-26
Umpire-Mr. J. J. Blake, of the Alerts.
Scorers-Messrs. J. F. Simmons and B. F. Tup?
Time of gime-2 30.
Frys Caught.-Germania-Zernow, I; Mabus, L
CaroUna-Chupein, 1; Smith, 1; McNelty, L
On Saturday afternoon a match game ot base
ball was played, on tho Citadel Green, between
the Huron and Eutaw Clubs, in which the lat?
ter were viotorious, the tscore standing fifteen
THE FOBTV. WEAVERS.-A flippant paragraph
was published a few days ago in a city paper,
having for its object, seemingly, the discour?
agement of co-operative stored in their comps
tition with established doalers. The best an?
swer to that paragraph is to recall tho history
of tho " forty weavers." It is nearly twenty
four years since a few poor weavers of Roch?
dale, Eogland, inaugurated the era of co-ope?
ration. They collected among themsolves about
$150, and opeued their store. The "forty
weavers" have become renowned in tho history
of progross. The co-operation societies in Great
Britain now number hundreds of thousands of
members; their capital is counted by millions;
and their stores and eating-houses, their mdls
and factories, their farms and buildings, their
schools, liDraries and reading-rooms, aro eve?
rywhere flourishing, and have greatly en?
larged the sum of human enjoyment. Two
lessons are especially inculcated by these asso?
ciations. One is the avoidance of debt as the
chief element of success, and the other a cer?
tain self respect, which leads them to shrink
from anything like external aid. Nothing is
done upon credit. The association never buys
anything it has not the money to pay for at
once, and never sells anything, oven to its
members, unless it is immediately paid for.
The result is that everything is bought and
sold at tho cost price. Perfect honesty is
everywhoro observed and inculcated, and the
society teaches morality at the same time that
it sueoeeds financially. Where o:ie or these
associations has failed, tbc cause has usually
been that it has begun its career in debt. Ano?
ther marked trait of the co-operators is their
self-respect. They ask neither patronage nor
external help. Thoy buy and sell without
favor, and Uve within themselves, quite inde?
pendent of tho exterior world. With these
sound principles of honesty and independence
fora basis, we are glad to see thtse associa?
tions springing up into healthy and vigorous
life throughout the South.
If you want cheap BUnk Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
FOB GEORGETOWN AND THE PEEDEE.-The
steamer Planter is advertised hy her owner, Captain
John Ferguson, to leave for the above places, from
Accommodation wharf, to-morrow. The Planter has
a large freight capacity, and can offer superior pas?
senger accommoda' ions.
EDUCATIONAL.-By reference to an advertise?
ment lt will be seen that the exercises of Mrs. Hop
son Pinckney's school wiU be resamed on tho 6tt.
prox. This school offers superior advantages to thc
young, ag the instruction emoracea every branch,
including French and German,
THE ?DQEB BUILDING REFURNISHED.-Mr. R.
White, tho well-known furniture dealer, baa lately
renoved from the corner of Meeting and Wentworth
streets, to tb* large warerooms lately occupied by
Messrs. Mackey k Baker, in the Adger building.
The change has not been effec cd without conside?
rable improvement on the former Internal arrange?
ments. The partition separating the front and back
stores has been taken away, and a fall view thus
obtained of the store, maning back from Sing
street two hundred and fifty feet There ls probably
no building io tho Southern States that is better ar?
ranged for a large basin oas, and Mr. White has
studied the effect and disposed his stock to thc
best advantage. His advertisement, giving some de?
scription of the styles, patterns, Ac, appears in an?
other column. ,
MOREHEAD BITTERS.-These bitters can be
had at James MoKean, No. 68 A ns on-street who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 Smos mfw
CHOICE GREEN ANO BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, st Wilson'? grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
Jp K O C li A Al ATT?TTN^
By GEOBOE W. CLARK, Mayor of Charleston.
Cm HALL, MATOB'S OFFICK. )
CHARLES TON, S. C., August 18,1868. J
Believing it the sincere desire of every individual
in this community to assise m preserving the public
pca.e, and maintaining the dignity of tho lawa; feel?
ing, in the political tx^itement now pervading all clas?
ses of our people, that through a single set of violence,
either ty accident or* otherwise we may bo over?
whelmed in a deploran o breach of law and order
L GEOBGE W. CLARK, Mayor of the city afore?
said, do call upon ail good citizens to abstain as far
as possible from all public demonstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. Let each one regard him?
self as answerable to the public for the good con?
duct of all. Let no one, m the exercise of liberty,
do that against the law which will by law deprive
him of his liberty. The public peace must and
shall be preserved.
Given under my hand, and tho neal of the city
[i~ a] the dato and year abovo mocUoned.
GEOBGE W. CLABE, Mayor.
BONDS (SIX PEB CENT.) OF CITY MEMPHIS,
Tennessee, endorsed by Memphis and Charles?
ton Railroad. FuU rates p.?id. Apply to
SAM'L C. BLACK, Broker,
September!]! 1 No. 28Broad-street.
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW KORK.
SIO HT CHECKS ON NEW TOBE, FOB SALE
PELZ EB, BODGEH8 k CO.,
Septomber 19 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOKE
FOB SALE BT
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
September 8 DAC Imo
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS .V ADE
LN CUBREN CY, OB GOLD IF DESIBED.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
No. IO ADGEB'S SOOTH WHABF.
Jane 4 thmCmos
^[ ADAME GIDIKRE,
CORNEB OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STBEETS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Transient Hoard $2 50 per Day.
KIRKLAND ?fi CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
jy^ E W KOKK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. II1LDICETI1 ?fe CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRaT-CLASf
HOTEL, as potiularly Unowa In former times
under the mauag<"-..eut oi J. B. MO.s'NOT, Esq., and
more recently unde that of HIRAM CRANSTON ii
, is now undei the proprietorship of li ess ra. D.
M. HELD RE i H k T. B. RUCK W A?, uner tho firm ol
D. M. HILDBETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience a? a
pioprieior of the Yorunda, St. Loma and St Charlo?
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and he public generally, that it?
former world-wide reputation as a popular firut-class
Hotel, shall be folly sustained under tts present
management. lyr* February 13
?uip ano Piimcstir ?paper, Stctinncrr), &r.
No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PIPER MD STATIONERY,
PENS, INKS, PENCILS, COPYING PRESSES, &*
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE.
ANP ALL KINDS OF
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE
WHERE THEF ARE PREPARED TO DO EYE RY DESCRIP?
TION OF BOOK, JOB AND FANCY PRINTING, and to manufac?
ture to order BLANK BOOKS, Ruled, Printed or Bound to any pat?
September 10 _
OILS ! OILS ! OILS!
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gallons Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons No. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pure Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
900 gallons English Linseed Oil
50 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
20 barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW BT
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pnre French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare American White Zinc.
ALL OF TBE ABOVE FOB SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 126 MEETING-STREET.
JpALL AND WISTUR IMPORTATION S
MILLINERY GOODS !
RIDB0N3, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
EBENCB FLOWERS", PLUMES ANO ORNAMENTS.
BOWK I S AND LADIES? HATS
IN STRAW, SILK. VELVET AND FELT.
Wc offjr thc largest and best assor'ed Stork in thc
United States, comprising alt tbe Uteat Piri?i.m No?
velties, ami unequalled in choice variety an I c icap
ARMSTRONG, CATO? & CO.,
Noa. 237 and 239 BALTIMOR?-cTREET.
August 25 Imo* Baltimore.
Q.EOHGE i:. GA1TII4K, JH., & CO..
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT*
So. 4 Cainacn.strect, Baltimore.
Linerai ca3h advances on consignments. .
Jj, H. CB UP Y ?i CO.,
LEATHER, IIIDKS AND OIL,
Na. ll SOOTH CALVE RT-blREET,
F. H. GRUPY.B. G. CURTA1
April 20 fimof
QIUFF1N, UROTUER ?? CO..
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
Apr I 22 fimo?
E. ATjI.TIN JENKINS. ALFRK1) JENKINS, Ja,
BOnEBT B. JENKINS,
-pi)NV. JENKINS & SONS,
IMPORTEES ANT? ^?ALEBS TN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTTMOBE-STBEET.
April 22 Cmos Baltimore, M )
WM. KNABE & CO.,
April 70 time
JAMES KNOX.JOHN OIEI
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ko. 123 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignment? of COTTON, BICE, &c, respect
fully solicited, sad liberal advmcoj made thereon,
Grdors for CO KN and BACON promptly executed
?nh care and attention.
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1863 HAS JUST BEES
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STIEFF FOR
THE BE JT PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARERGUM. No. 7 N. LIUfRlT
8TBEET, ABOVE C4LTIMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO- HAVE ALL THE LATES!
improvement, inctadhvj tho Agraffe trubie, irorj
fronts, and thc improved French Anion, fully war?
ranted for Uve years, with privilege of exchanuf
wi thia twelve months ii not entirely satisfactory tc
[.urchaser. sccoaii-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gane always on hand ir -m $00 tu $300.
tlEFERErifl WHO ItAVE OUU PIANOS EH USE:
General Kobcrt K. Loe, Lexlugton, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N, C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. E. Burwell tc Sous, Charlotte, N. 0,
Mix strukoseh, I tali in Opera.
Messrs. Piersoa & Sous, Sumter, 8. C.
charles Spenoer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 Cmos
Stock of a Dry Goods House-Fine French
Merinoes, Dress Goods, Ladies' and Gents1
Gloves, Shawls, Cloaks, ftc.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
TO-MOBBOW, 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, we will
sell at our auction salesroom. No. 135 Meeting
THE BALANCE OP STOCK OF A DEY GOODS
CONBIiTTNO TN PAKT OF:
Fine French Black and Colored MEBINOES, Black
and Striped Alpacas, All'Wool B'ack and Colored
French Delaines, Mohair and Silk Mixed Poplins,
Colored and Blark Coburg Cloths, Fino AU Wool
Cassimnre?, Block and Fancy satinets, F?ncy Print?,
Bleached and Br wn Shirtings, lickings, Bed and
White Flannels, Canton Flannels, Plaid Unseys,
Ginghams, Melton Clotbs, Grey and While Merino
blurts, Grey Blankets, Blue I enims, Fine Long
Shawls, Worsted Hoods, Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks,
English White Ho*o, Ladies' Cashmere Gloves, La?
dies* Doe Gauntlets, Men's Fine Merino Gloves,
Buck aloves. Fine L. c.. Handkerchiefs, Slla and
Cotton Pocket Haudkerchiets, Corsets, Balmoral
Conditions cash. September 21
prufls, Chemicals, (Etc.
Iv Al S li lt L KT IE 15 Lt Tit El M.
For sale by E. H. KELLERS ft CO.,
September 18 No. 131 Mer ting-street.
E V E II AND AGUE.
NO MORE CHILLS ! NO MORE FEVER I
GO A*-D GET
THE GREAT SOUTHERN FEVER AND
(Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLERS & CO., .
D BUG GISTS AND A P O TH E C AB I ES,
No. 131 .Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 18_? _
T> OSA DALIS
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
itSf For Tea imo niais of remarkable
cures, see "Kosadalij Almanac" for this
PREFABED QNLT Bl
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE it CO.,
No. 244. BALTIMORE-STREET, BALTIMORE, MO.
FOB PALE BY
BOWIE & MOISE,
No. 109 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
July ?2 6mos
JJ ELY UPON OURSELVES,
ENCOURAGE HOME PRODUCT ONS
CUBES DY8PEPSI?, INDIGESTION. DIAR?
RHOEA. FAYER AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
We have, after long study and many experiments,
succeeded in producing what we claim to be the
BEST BITTERS AND MOST PLEASANT BEVER?
AGE in usc, compounded as they are of the most
valuable ingredients known to Pharmacy. As a
TONIC AND APPETIZER it ha?, no equal-reliable
in all BILIOUS DERANGEMENT, resulting from
miasmatic influence?, so prevalent at thc South, and
change of diet, climate and water. DJ offerioe to
tho Southern public our great TONIC AND BEVER?
AGE, we only ask lor it a fair trial, feeling assured
its own merits will poon ensure its becoming a favor?
ite at the South. It has all the pleasing qualities of
a "Liqueur," and though under a small volume, is
four times more active th:m other preoarations. It
is almost indispensable for r constituting the blood
In females auffarinff from debility and loss of appe?
tite, nod for persons exhausted by uervoun excite?
ment or over-exertion. The benefit of these Bitters
are felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass faU before
Each boltlo has our stamp md signature over the
cork. DOW IE & HOI-*K, Proprietor?
And Wiioln?alo Drnggi-ts.
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
August 5 Cmo*
ROS AD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 Die lyr
30,000 FKANCS ! !
AW ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
EA IR, Loudon ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Parie;
WINKER OF THE WAGER
30.000 FRANCS ! !
(SC,OOO IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Pari9 Ex?
The public ore invited to call and examine th? re?
port of the Jury on the merits of tho great contest,
ind sec the official award to the Hnrnng's Patent
3ver all others.
BERRING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murra?-st., New York.
t'ARRhET., HERRING t CO., ) HERRING ft CO.
Philadelphia. ) Chicago.
HERRING, F AB EEL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
WALKER, EYANS& COGSWELL
KOB. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAfeT BAY SI REE lb,
March 3 9mo
Black Cloth Mantilla/, Cloths, Tweeds, Sati?
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.
?Till sell, THIS DAT, at their Cash Auction House,
No. 65 Haael-stn et, opposite Postofflce,
TRIMMED CLOTH MANI ILLAS. Ribbons, Prints,
jingbams, 7-4 C otha. Tweed*, Satinets, Balmoral
skirts, 11-4 and 10-4 Counterpanes, Merinos, Plaids,
Brown Sheil ing^. Linen Damask. Ac., Ac,
White and Grey Merino UNDERSHIRTS and
DRAWEES, bhirt Fronts, suspenders, Wnita and
Colored Hose, Men's White, Brown and Mixed Half
Conditions ca-b. September21
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
an<l delivered, will bc sold on MONDAT, tho 6th
day of October next, at tho northeast corner of the
Courthouse, between ihe hours of ll A. M. and 3
All tho right, title and interest of the defendant in
Ul that LOT OF L> ND, with a two-story . rick Build?
ing and other improvements thereon, situate on the
north side ol Hnd9on street, and known as No. 6.
Levied on and to bo sold as the property of Mrs.
C. L. Miller, at the suit of Wm. Denaux.
At the same time and place, '
All the right, title and ioterest of the defendant in
?ll that LOT Ob' LAND, wi h a three-story Brick
Building and other improvements thereon, situate
on the north side of Queen-street, and known as No.
Levied on and to bc sold as tho property of Thos.
Mulcahy, Mary Ana E. Mulcahy, Administratrix o;
N. A. Boye, deceased, at the suit of T. Topper k
At the same time and p ace,
All the right title and interest of the defendant in
oil that LOT OF LAND, with a two-story Wooden
Building and other improvements thercoD, situate on
the north side of Green-street, and known as No. 12.
Levied on and to be sola as the propertv f B. M.
Welch at the suit of James M. Motley.
At the same time and place,
All the right title and interest of -e defendant In
all that LOT OE LAND, with a three-story Wooden
Bullo lng and o.b. er improvements tu croon, situate
on the south side of George-street, between King
and Meeting, and known as No. 23.
Levied on and to bo sold as the property of J. J.
Monaghan at the suit or Culbara k Howell.
At the same time and placo,
AB the right title and Interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND situate on the northeast cor?
ner of Meeting and Queen streeis.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Henry
Campbell at the suit ot W. P. Bussell.
At the same time and place,
All the right tit e and Interest of the d?tendant in
all that LCu' OF LAND, with a three story brick
building and other improvements thereon, situate
on the northeast corner of Hudson and Sing streets.
Levied on and to be sold as the pioperty of Catha?
rine Oppenheim, at tbo suit of Albert Bischoff.
At the samo time and place,
All tho right tide and interest of thc defendant, in
aU that LO! OF LAND, with a two story wooden
building and other improvements theieon, situate
on the northeast corner of King and Ann streets.
'Levied on and to bo so.d as the property of Catha?
rine Oppenheim, at the suit ol Albert Bischoff.
ALSO, . .
At the same time and place,
All the right tide and interest rf the defendant in
aU th?t LOT OF LAND, with the three story Wooden
Building and other improvements thereon, situate
oa the west side of Butledge Avenue, and known as
No. 1. "
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Wm.
M. Sage, at the suit of John C. Ludwig.
At the same timo and place,
' All the right title and Interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND, with a three story Brick
Building and other improvemenis thereon, situate
on the west side Of East Boy, between Elliott ind
Levied on and to bo sold as the property of Jame j
McGinn, ?t the su|t of Cowlam Graveley.
At the same lime and place,
AU the right, tide and interest of the defendant hi
all those two LOTS OF LAND, with the buildings
and Other improvements thereon, the first situate at
the southwest corner of Temon and Marsh-streets,
tho second situate on the - side of Laurens, second
house west of Marsh-street
Levied on and to bo sold as the property of James
Kenny, at the suit of M iry Ann E. Boye, Administra?
trix of N. A. Boye, deceased.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
September 14 m4 8. C. C.
printers' ItHmlrsalt tPard)ilnte.
WAIKER, EVANS 4 COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
THEY ABE AGENTS EOS
The L. JOHNSON Typo Foundry
E. HOE k CO.'i Printing Presses and Material
DEGENEB k WEILER'S ''Liberty'' Press
GORDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. MATHERS' SONS' Book and Colored Inks
C. E. JOHNSON'S Book and News Ink
THE BATH (S. C.) PAPE it COLTANY,
And all other kinda of PRINTING MATERIAL at
In buying ol' us lt coate the Printer or Publisher
no more than if he bought st the North, and he
leaves tome of his money ia his own section of coun?
try, instead of sending it all there, and that too with?
out cost to himself. AU the profit which ctn bc kept
here benefits the South.
MADE ESPECIALLY TO OUB OWN ORDEB TO
SUIT THE BEQULREMENTS OF THE
BY BARREL, KEG OR GALLON,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YOBK,
Fut up ia neat packages of ten gallons ; just a good
quantity for Factors', or Cotton Merchants' use for
MARKING BRUSHES A\D POIS.
For sale by
WALKER, Et'ASS & COGSWELL,
So. 3 BROAD AND No. 109 EAST BAY
Charleston, S. C.
P J. SCHLEPEORELL,
Jib. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T. PHILIP.
LOMBEB OF EV EB Y DE8CU1PTION ANL
WILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PI ASTEB
NG LATHS.PAINTS.OILS, GLASbEa, SHINGLES:
Iso. UBOOVE AND lONGUE BOARDS, kc., con?
tently on hand ti the lowest market prices.
September 12 tami yr