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83* LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWsJ BEIN li THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS SAVING TBE LABGEST CIR?
CULATION IN' THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
SEND THE STAMPS.-Mr. J. W. McMillan re?
quests us to state that the demand from the
country Tor his political business card cannot
be supplied unless the applicants enclose a re
Itnrn stamp. _
? THE STEAMER PLANTER.-This fine steamer
us now receiving freight, and will leave Accom?
modation Wharf for Georgetown on Sunday
morning. Tho Planter has fine passenger ac?
commodations, and is a staunch, seaworthy
NEW PAPER IN DARLINGTON_We welcome to
our exchange list the Darlington Democrat,
published at Darlington C. H. by Mr. E. P.
Lucas. It is decidedly one of the neatest and
sprightliest of th? many readable weekly pa?
pers issued in our Stat?.
CHILD LOST.-A small colored child named
Mary Ann Kelly, about three and a half years
of age, strayed from her parents on Thursday
morning. Any information left at No. 23 Mor?
ris-street, will be gladly received by her
a DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. -The HOD. A- P. I
Aldrich, the late nominee to Congress from
the Second Congressional District, hwing de?
clined the nomination, the delegates to the late
nominating Convention are called upon to re?
assemble at the Hibernian Ball on the 15th
instant, and select a candidate to fill the va?
INDIANA ALL BIGHT.-A business letter re?
ceived yosterdny by one of our leading houses
from a member of a firm in Indiana, whose op?
portunities for formiDg a correct judgment are
particularly jrpod, says: "The election will
show that this is still a white maus govern?
ment, and from the indications we judge that
thia State will go Democratic.
MORE MAGISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS.-Gover?
nor Scott has appointed as Magistrates of the
State two ex-United 8tates Surgeons, Dr. C.
H. Browley for James' Island, and Dr. S. B.
Thompson for Wadmalaw. Both, of these gen?
tlemen are engaged in plantiog on these isl?
ands. Mr. Charles J. Andel! has received a
similar appointment for John's Island.
MORE WASTS PLACES MADE GLAD.-For some
weoka past workmen have been engaged in pil?
ing: a low lot at the corner of Calhoun and
Alexander streets. When the foundations axe
rendered sufficiently firm, a mill will be erected
on the spot that, with improved machinery, can
supply the wants of the public with flour and
meal, and will also pound nee. Mr. Dctterer is
the proprietor of this enterprise.
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD 1.-This
Club met at the Democratic headquarters,
corner of Broad and Church streets, last night.
The attendance of Doth whites aud blacks was
quito largo. Addresses were delivered by
Messrs. W. E. Mikeil and W. Y. Leitch, and
by Thomas Brown, colored. The speakers
were listened to attentively, and the utmost
good order prevailed.
LOOK TO YOUR BOLTS.-Several robberies
have recently taken place in various portions
of the city. The houses in every instance
have been entered at night, and generally
through some negligence of the owners; and
though the articles thus far taken have not
been cf any great value, yet the facts show
that there is an organized band of thieves in !
the city, and every housekeeper should be on
the alert, and look well to the bolts and bars,
JDVZNTLE THIEVES.-There are a number of
young negroes in the community who prowl
about and live by theft. Several of these have
been in the habit of following children and
snatching from them bundles or money, and
they generally suceed in making their escape.
An instance of this sort occurred yesterday,
when a small white boy, who was going to
market, was robbed by a negro lad, who took
his money and n?n.
EDWARD DALS-, ESQ.-The many friends of
this gentleman will be pleased to learn that
he has become connected with one of the
largest ma nuiactories of boots and shoes, now
in successful operation io New York. Capt.
Daly is too well known in Carolina to require
a word in his favor, but as die is now in an?
other latitude, we most cordially recommend
him to the good offices ef the trade there.
His friends in this section may do well by com?
municating with him at No. 15 Warren-street,
THE MAYORALTY.-Jenks, the opponent of j
Bowen for Congress in this district, is tho step?
son of Pillsbury, who is the Radical nominee
for the Mayoralty. Pillsbury supported Cor?
bie in his fight with Mackey for the United
States Souatorship, and supports Jenks in
opposition to Bowen. This double opposition
causes much dissatisfaction, and Pillsbury is
informed that unless he mends his ways, the
party may find another nominee for Mayor of
COUNTRY HAY, FRESH FROM THE FIELDS.
Many of the fanners in the vicinity of the city
have this year planted their meadow lands
with grass, and the yield of hay has been fully
equal to their expectations. It is brought to
the city by hugo cart loads, weighed at the
public scalos, and either baled or sold in bulk.
The yield has not been sufficient to make it an
article of export, but there is no reason why a
sufficient crop should not be raised for home
consumption, as the quality is quite as good
.as that of Northern hay.
THE SAVANNAH PILOT BOAT.-Tho Savan?
nah pilots, aware of the excellence of our
'Charleston shipbuilders, some time ago em?
ployed Mr. F. M. Jones to construct a pilot
boat for their watijs. The bjat has been on
the etocka for some time, but is now rapidly
approaching completion, and will soon be
launched, lt has been built at a less cost than
those made North, and judging from her
model, we should say that she will Le able to
?how her heels to all craipetitors. A race in
our harbor might be extemporized before sho
leaves for Savannah.
THE ALERTS AND THE FOREST CITY BASE
BALL CLUBS-THE LITTER DECLINE TO PLAY
IN AUGUSTA.-A lotter was received in this city
.yesterday from Mr. Beard, of Savannah, in re?
sponse to an invitation from the Alert Base Ball
Club of this city, to play the rubber in Augusta^
Mr. Beard declines on behalf of his Club, the" I
Forest City, as thc nine are mostly business men
whoso engagements will prevent them from
leaving Savannah, lie, however, extended a
cordial invitation to the Al.rts to play in Sa
Tannab. For obvious reasons this cannot be
accepted, and the match game will, therefore,
hardly take place until the close of the busi?
To Ute Central District Clubs of Sonto.
In accordance with tho resolution of the
State Centrr.i Club, at ita late session, we were
instructed to notify the several District Cen?
tral Clubs o? the Democratic party of South
Carolina, that an extra meeting of the S ate
Central Club will bo held in the City of Colum?
bia, on tho loth day of October instant, at 7
o'clock P. M. And further instructed to urge
upon the District Central Clubs the great im?
portance of haviog a tull attendance cf dele?
gates at the extra meeting, as business of
great importance will be brought before the
Stite Central Club at that time. In those dis?
tricts where lhere aie noDistiict Central Club3
organized, (if there be auy districts without
such,) wo respectfully and earnestly urge upon
the Democratic party the necessity ot' at once
oiganizing such club3, and sendiug delegates
on the day already indicated ; and should the
time ba too limited to effect this, then that at
least a delegation from the Democratic patty
of such districts be sent up to ttv extra meet?
ing of the Suite Central Club, on the 15th iust.
On behalf of the State Central Club, wo would
repeat our earnest solicitation to the members
of the Democratic party, to act in the pt ?m?
ises promptly, zealously and in a spirit of har?
mony, for the good of the common cause and
the great interest of the State.
JOSEPH DANIEL POPE,
I JAMES G. GIBBES, Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC BARBECUES.-There will bc a
large Democratic gathering to-day at the
Twenty-six Mile Station on the South Carohua
Railroad. Speeches will be made by noted
orators, and the inner man supplied with Dem?
ocratic meat and drink.
The Democracy of Cooper River will hold a
meeting on next Friday. A steamboat has
been chartered, and speakers and visitors from
the city will be conveyed to the spot chosen
for the meeting.
DEATH OF A CHARLESTONIAN.-The Savannah
Republican mentions the death in that city, on
Monday last, of Edwin Furr, an apprentice em?
ployed on that paper, of congestive chill, m
the eighteenth year of his age, Young Furr
was much esteemed by the printing fraternity
of Savannah, and the Typographical Union of
that city took charge of his remains and had
them interred in their burial lot at Laurel
Grove. The deceased was t? native of this city,
and was at one time employed in the NEWS
office in the capacity of an apprentice.
REPUBLIC IN MAes MEETING.-Liberty Hall
in Morris-street was densely crowded lapt
night by the colored constituents of Mr. C. C.
Bowen, who assembled to ratify his nomina?
tion for Congress. Though the hall is quite
large, every seat wis occupied, end all the
available standing room filled. The stage con?
tained the great local lights of tho party,
among whom the returned legislators shone
conspicuous. Speeches were made by sevaral
orators, black and white, and the norn ination
of Bowen wim daly ratified with tho. requisite
degree of enthueiafm.
THE "BEND."-It bas cornel The thing has
broken loose! It is hero in very truth 1 A
young lady was seen with it yesterday. A
dozen young men, thinkiug she had a cramp,
rushed for some Jamaica giuger; others sug?
gested a mustard plaster. Agony was depicted
upon the countenance of the maiden, and she
was beat as though Buffering great pain. It
was fearful to behold, and all the physicians iu
town would have been sent for but that one who
knew a thing or two announced that it was only
I -"The Grecian Bend"-which had come to
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION_The meet?
ing of the Republican Convention for the
Second Congressional District on Thursday
night, ended in a bolt on the part of the friends
of Epping and Jenks. When the bolters bad
departed, the Bowen party, which consisted of
thc Charleston delegation and a part of the
delegations from Colleton and Barnwell, went
to work. Col. J. B. Dennis called the meeting
to order, and R. B. Elliott, colored, took the
chair. Daddy Cain presented the name of
C. C. Bowen as the candidate of the party for
member of Congress from the Second District,
pledging his "wealth, talent and popularity"'
to secure the nomination of that individual.
Bowen received an unanimous vote. Some
complimentary nominations were made. F. J.
Moses, Jr., declined a nomination, and Mr. E.
W. M. Mackey nominated United States Mar?
shal J. P. M. Epping, who, being absent, did
not respond. When the nomination of Bowen
became an accomplished fact, speeches were
made by Moses and other leaders of the party.
Bowen wan carried on t) o shoulders of his
supporters to a larger room, where a mass
meeting was held.
The bolters also went to work on thoir own
account. Epping and Jenks wore in nomina?
tion, the former receivin; three votes, and tho
latter twenty-six votes. Jenks was then de?
clared the nominee for member of Congress
fo?- the Secand Congressional District. Enthu?
siastic speeches were mado by Jenks (white),
and Wright (Dirck.)
There is no expectation that the breach in
the party will be healed, and both candidatts,
in all probability, will run.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 8.-Pavilion Ho
tel.-J. P. Gale, Florence; R. O'Br.en, Colum?
bia; John Lynch, Atlanta; J. W. -Nettles aud
John J. Nettles, Will amsbunr; J. E. Green,
Durham, N. C.; Jesse J. Nettles, Williams?
burg; R. H. Drapor, Cordesville.
Charit Mon Hotel.-Ti. Fitzsimons, Augusta;
Charles J. Andell, John's Island; George A.
! Barlin, Augusta; Dr. J. A. Jackson, Newton,
Ga.; Dr. F. E. Wilder, Hilton Hoad; Captain
M. P. Usioer. Savannah; G. S. CamcroD, City;
Charles H. Johnston, Virginia; William Bird
and lady, A. G. Goodwin, City; C. E. Moore,
United States Army; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hap?
per, Mrs. L. Wheaton, Rhode Island; Mrs.
Chamberlain and four ehildren, Mrs. Manon
and d ughter, Miss Leonard, L.Chamberlain
and two servants, New York; Rev. J. N. Hans
bery, Henry D. Law, Newark, N.J.; Jos. H.
DuPont and lady, Florida; T. Stobo Farrow,
Spartanburg; B. F. Alford, City.
THE STEAMER CHARLESTON.-The Savannah
News and Herald of Thursday has the follow?
ing notice of this fortunate vessel.
We notice among the arrivals at Charleston
tho old steamer Charleston, well known in
every seaport town aud cit y from Cape Look?
out to Cape Canaveral. , This steanaer, it will
be remembered, was ono of the fow vessels
which succetsfully ran tho bichado of this
port, dunug the late war. She came herc
from Port Royal, S. C., the day after the cap?
ture of that place by Dupont and Sherman iu
1361, whence sho had goue from Charleston
with stores tor the Confederate garrison, but
being unable to return, came here, bringing
off most of the troops stationed there. After
lying mle at our wharves for several months,
she was purchased by a blockade running com?
pany, who fitted her out, loaded her with cot?
ton and succeeded in running tho blockade.
We think sho was captured on her homeward
assage. Sinco that time the steamer has
e?n North, until purchased by parties in the
city after which ulie was named, aud in which
she was built over thirty years ago, in their old
fogy timos when steamers were constructed in
Charleston and Savannah.
- Captain William Nevitt, an aged and high?
ly respectable citizen of Anderson D strict,
died on Monday last, alter an illness of onlv a
few i ays. He was a native of Mani md, and
emigrated when quite young to Fairfield Dis?
trict, in this State.
AN ATTRACTIVE RESORT.-The southwest
cerner of King and Wentworth streets ha9 long been
a popular business stand. Mr. Wm. MattUiessen is
one of the oldest clothing merchants in the city, and
is, consequently, thoroughly acquainted with every
branch of the business. His stock is well selected
and of thc best material, and those persons who do
not like ready-made clothing can be eaited in the
tallering department. Mr. Mattbiessen publishes,
in to-day's NEWS, a lull list of the various attractions
to be found in his store, including every article that
will improve the aspect of the outer man. Captain
B. W. McTureous is thc courteous and efficient su?
perintendent of this establishment. Th? one price
system will he strictly adhered to.
TORCH'S LUNCH, at "Our House" to-day, will
consist of roast pig, vegetable soup, with the usual
trimmings and extra dishes.
CHOICE GREEK AND BLACK TEAS, ono dollar
per pound, at Wilson'-; grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS,
Of all denominations.
Kept on baud and for aile, by
HUGER A EAVENEL,
No. 60 Ea-t Bay, corner Excbange-s'reet,
October 1 thstulmo
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc, or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattorn of
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 50 Broad
paints, IPils, (Slr.
WM. M. BffiD~?C?\
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. -203 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
V WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ET1WAN.
WM. M. B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE BRAND OF BRILLIANT
August 20 DAC stuth 3mos
DANCING SCHOOL.- PRICE REDUC?
ED.-Mons. BERGER informs his patrons
a jd thc public that hu bas resumed the course of
nia tuition iu DANGING. To enable every ono to be
taught properly, which can be done but by a profes?
sional tea-her, he has greatly reluced his price.
PupilB will flud it to their advantage to begin early
in the season. Apply at No. 21* KING, near Market
MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS SUF?
FERING from 1 iseascs pertaining to the
uhNIl O URIN ARV ORGANS, will receivr thc latest
scientific treatment, bv placing themselves under
the car- of Dr. T. REENl MERNA, Office No. 74
BASEL-SIR LET, three doors east from tho Post
TUON TIES FOR BALING COTTUN.
UNIVERSAL COTTON EALING- TIE
THIS TIE, THE STRONGEST AND CHEAPEST
iu the market, har been improved since last season,
and is guaranteed to bo sufficiently strom; for the
heaviest bal-s. Pu Mi p in a very cuperior manner,
in bundles, each bundle castaluiu- thirty-six Hoops,
and Buckles complete. Now lauding, and for sate
in IO'B to suitpurch iee rs.
Also for sale, American HEMP AND FLAX BALE
ROPE, and MENDING AND BALING TWINE, NJW
\ork BAGGING, kc, by WILLIAM ROACH.
Agent for south Carolina.
September 3 Imo
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various, sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COBS
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
IC feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES '.or Ural
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description*
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, tte., <?r,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 caws
Cloting an) _fnrnishirg tpuois.
HE FALL CLOTHING.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Tonier of Wentworth.
A LA ROE AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
FiLL Al\D WINTER CLOTHING
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOTS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE STYLES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CU8TOMER8 PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THEM, HAVING DIS?
POSED OF THE ENTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVER FROM LAST WINTER AND RE?
PLACED, BY NEW AND FASHIONABLE
STYLES OF GARMENTS, SUCH AS WILL
BE WORN THIS COMING SEASON, AND
AT LOW PRICES.
BUSINESS SUITS AT FROM 818 TO S35
OF THE FOLLOWING GOOOSi
SILK M rx ED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASSIMERES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
POWDER GRAIN CAS3IMERE3
COMMERCIAL GRAY CA9SIMERE3
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TW. ED GLENGARIAS
INDIA. RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
RANTALOONS AND VESIS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMERES, SIDS STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERIOT C ASSIMERES, 4c, to
BOYS AND YOUTHS' CL9TUI VG,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Bojs and Youth* from i
t? 18 Years Old,
IN GREAT VARIETY, VIZ?
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NECK TIES, STOCK?
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, kc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NO i ED FOR THEIR FITTING QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM Si 25 TO S4 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOST CHOICE GOODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM. ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI?
MERES, DOESKINS, TRICOTS AND BEA
VERS>OF CLACK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHICH WILL BE MADE UP TO
ORDER IN TnE BE?T MANNER, UNDER
THE CARE OF A VLRST-'JLASS FRENCH
TRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL DE SHOWN WITH
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
Cloting ann /nnrist)mg ?nabs.
TO BE Vi
WE HAVE AIARK?D DOWl OUR EN?
TIRE STOC K OP
MEN'S Al BOYS' ?L01 BING
WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT AT
WITHIN THE NEXT
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING HAS BEEN MANU?
FACTURED by ourselves expressly for our Retail
Trade, and every article sold will be warranted to
As we are obliged to vacate the Store on the first
of November, we have marked the Gooda at prices
that must insure an immediate role.
Cur friends and customers arc reminded that on
early selection Irom the Stock will secure the great?
est bargains, as many of the Goods ore marked to
8cU at LESS THAN HALF THE ACTUAL VALUE
LIM OF FORMER AND CLOSING PRICES
LOT OF OVER SACKS, formerly sold at $20 to
S25, now.$13 00
LOT OF OVE ti SACKS, formerly sold at SIG to
?18, now. IO 00
LOT OF BLACK DRESS FROCK5, formerly
sold at $25 to $*5, now. 20 00
LOT OF FROCK SACKS, formerly sold at 810
io $20, now. 12 00
LOT OF HEAVY CA5SIMERE SACKS, former?
ly sold at $18 to $20, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK CLOTH AND TRICOT
SACKS, t. rmcrly eo'.d at J20 to $35, LOW_15 00
LOT OF BLACK AND DARK MIXED SACKS,
formerly sold at $15 to $20, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK AND FANCY MIXED SACKS,
formerly sold at $12 to $16, now. 8 00
LIGHT AND DARK MIXED SKELETON
SACK?, formerly sold at $8 to $12, now. 5 00
bLACK FRENCH DOESKIN PANTS, formerly
sold at $12, now. 10 00
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, formerly sold at
$8, now. 6 00
TWO HUNDRED PAIR ALL WOOL CASSI
MERE PANTS, formerly sold at $8 to $10,
nov,. 5 00
TWO HUNDRED PAIR ALL WOOL CASSI
MERE PANTS, formorly sold at $10 to $12,
now. 6 50
VESTS TO MATCH.$2 to $4 00
LOT DARK BLUE PANTS, formerly sold at
$C GO, now. 4 00
BLACK CLOTH VESTS, formerly sold at $5 to
$6, now. 3 50
SCOTCH CASS1MERE SUITS-ENGLISH
WALK ENG COAT, PANTS AND VEST, for?
merly sold at $:S, now. 25 00
A LARGE INVOICE OF
Selling at half the cost to manufacture.
WHITE SHIRTS, formerly at S3 to ;3 50.
now.S 2 00
WHITE SHIRTS, formed? at $2 50, now. I 75
WHITE JEAN DRAWERS, formerly at SI 50,
now. 1 00
WHITE LTNEN DRAWERS, lo.morly at $2,
now. 1 CO
WAITE MUSLIN AND BROWN JEAN, for?
merly SI, now. 50
MERINO UNDER SHIRTS, formerly $1 50 to
$2, now. 1 00
MLRINO DRAWERS, formerly 32 to $3, now.. 1 00
LINEN COLLARS, for morly $2 50 per dozen.
now. 1 50
LINEN FLNISH PAPER COLLARS, 35 cents
per box, now. 25
SILK SCARFS, TItS AND LOWS, JO contd to
SI 50, now. 23
ALL OUR FURNISHING GOOOS AT J
CORRESPONDING LOW PR IC ES.
The Clothing :s all of our own manufacture, and
warranted in every particular. We have markrd
our Steck atthcabov.' low pr;oe.?, as cur business
iu Charleston '.? positively TO BE CLOSED UP.
Country MeixUauts purchasiug Clothing ?ill Hud
i?. to their advauta?'.- to moke a selection from c ur
HACULL4B, WILLIAMS ? PARKER,
No. 270 KING,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 20 12
TOOGAN ?St SEABrlOOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ANJ> SOLICITORS IN
No. 33- BROAE-SIREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN*...E. BAYNABD SEABBOOK
September 1 _
Q ll. SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
A3? OOQce No. 15 BROAD-STREET, orcr tbe Peo?
ples, National Bank. May 8
JG" R A N C I S G . CART,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WILL CONTINUE THE ABOVE BUSINESS.
IST" Office corner of. South Atlantic Wharf and Ex
changestree:. wslnio September 30
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-street,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSTING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
REN lb OF HOUsES, Ac. October 1
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ?7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
j GRANGE SIMONS,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
OfHce in Planters' and Mechanics' Ba rik
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 33 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND Hi TO
5?2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will call at Offlco3 or Pilvate Residences when
desired, if inf. rmed by note or otherwise.
Special attention will be given to the collection of
RENTS, BILLS AND OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 29 _Imo
vyy I Ii L I A II GURNET,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 103 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
salo and shipment of SEA ?-LANU AND UPLAND
COTTON. Liberal advances made on Consignments
for salo ia this market, or for s'?pnient.
September 23 3mos
^ EO. H. HOFPOCK,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. Cmos September 21
j^TOBIH,-STEELE di WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FANCY G ?X>. D S ,
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHIIE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, Ac, Ac.,
No. 167 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
September 15 3 m os
j > M. MARSHALL di BROTHER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
tGTAuction of HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednesday. October 19
yyiLLIS di CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEN D TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUM HER AND NAVAL STORES,
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WTLLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
CLOTHING, SHOE AND. HAT STORE,
No. 85 AI A RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may bo found every variety of GREAJ
COATS, FRO0K AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Un
deri.birts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks
BootB> Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Baps.
Valises, Ac. February 6
TT H Jtfi U E R' S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
gouth side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, has been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
servo his friends and the public generally in the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
i?li?EStO? HOHL m?LlT
THESE "-XTrNSrVE STABLES ARE NOW IN
thorough i cpair aud contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLE
OF EVERY DESCPtlPTION,
Which can be obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
'DOUGHS A JACKSON,
Charleston Hotel Stables.
September 3 2mos* Plnckney-street.
THE GK "KNVILLE KUTERPRISE,
G. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. BAILEY, Pro?
prietor and Associate, bas a good circulation in both
town and country, and is read in the Counties oi
Pickens, Anderson, Oconee, Spartanburg, an-i Lau?
rens. Its popularity continues to increase, and wiU
weU repay the Charleston merchants to advertise m
tts columns. Terms as usual. Address as per above.
Estate Sale, by order of the Executors
Complete Stock of Hartlwar t Store of
the late'John Von Vinkle. o. 341 King
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On MONDAY, rub inst, commencing at IO o'clock,
will be sold at So. ?ll King-street, north of
The abor.; complete ami well selected steck of Im?
parted and Domestic HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
HOU.-EHOLD AR HOLES, Wood lin and Japanned
Wares, i-cales, Rope, icc, 4c.
lerms cash. Articles to be removed on day of
PUBLIC SALE OP LOTS IN MOU KT
PL KASAN T.
By virtue of sunbry Tax Execution.' to me directed
1 wiU sell at public auction, at the foot of the Ferry
Whari in Mount Pleasant, on SATURDAY, tho
3d day of October, prcx., at ll o'clock, A. M.
A LEASE, not exceeding seven years, of a number
of houses and lots, and vacant lots m the said town ;
[their location and dimensions to be described at the
time of the eale ;] levied en, and to be sold for taxes
due the said town by the following persons, and for
the amounts opposite their respective names.
Marshal, Town Mount Pleasant
Est. Joseph Addison, 5-3 50'G. C. Leeler, $3 75
J. Russell Baker, 4 OC Anna O'Hara, 8 50
Jno. M. Bryan, 112i|oid Korry Comp., 6175
Dr.-Collins, 850 Es.. O. B. Hilliard, 1350
Est. Cudsdey, 1425,E'.t. A. T. T. Lacoate, 6 50
Est. M. bennett, 14 00 Ben'j. Lucas, 475
L. C hapin, 3 001.'. P. L?.Bordc, 6 45
Ross Davis, 350 E. J. Black, 3 75
Est. R. Freeman, 7 75|Est. Malone, 6 75
Mrs. R. Fraser, 576 J Michel, 4 75
Tr. Est. C. H. Jervey, 20 50| H. M. Magwood, 8 75
L A. McCants, 23 75, Est. Gen. C H stevens 3 50
A. Kiernan, 5 00 Est J. Simons, 1125
E-t. A. Peurifov, 6 50 Est L. A. Whilden, 14 25
H. E. Vincent, 8 25 J. Archer, 6 00
G. C. Wharton, 3 75
September 23 wthsa3
Printers' UHjoltsalc iUateljunst.
WALSER, EVANS ? COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
THEY ABE AGENTS FOB
The L. JOHNSON Type Fouudry
E. HOE & CO.'s Printing Presses and Material
DEGENER k WEILER'S "Liberty" Press
GORDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. MATHERS' SONS' Book and Colored Inka
C. E. JOHNSON'S Book and News Ink
THE BATH (9. C.) PAPE it COMPANY,
And all other kinda of PRINTING MATERIAL at
In buying o? ni it costa tho Printer or Pabhsber.
no more than if ha boaght at the Nor Ji, and h.*
leaves rome of his money in his own section of coun?
try, instead of sanding it all there, and that too with?
out cost to himself. AU the profit w.'iicA can be kept
here benefits the South.
COTTON SAMPLE PAPER,
MADE ESPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER TO
SUIT THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE
BY BARREL, REG OR GALLOS,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YORK,
Put up in neat packages of ten gallons ; just a good
quantity for Factors', or Cotton Merchants' nae foe
HARKING BRUSHES A\B POTS.
For aile by
WALKER, EVANS 4 COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND No. 109 EAST BAT
Charleston, 8. C.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AW ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F.1?R, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE. Paris;
WINNER OF THE W AGER
30,000 FRANCS ! I
(?0,000 IN GOLD).
At thc recent International Coutebt in the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to call aad examine the re
oort of tne Jury ou the merits of the great contest,
and sec the o?icial award to the Herring's Patent
over aU others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murrar-st, New york.
FARRREL, HERRING A: CO., ) H ERRING k CO.
Philadelphia. ) Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL A- SHERMAN. New Orleans.
Large Stock on baud by
W \ I, Ii ER, ETAN S & CCOS WELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 103 EAS1 BAY STREETS,
CHARLhSTOS, S. C.
March 3 arno
OFFICE OP CHIEF OP PoUCt,, ni ATV
GUARD HOUSE, CrfARLtSrtON, S. C, Sep?
tember 15 1868.-Taken from a thief, a sum o
money, which the owner con recover by glvhut
C. B. STGWALD,
September 16 Chief of Poifce,