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TH EDA I LY NEWS.
35-LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS KEINO THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS BAYING TBE LARGEST CIR
CCLATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
?PCTILISIIES THE LIiT OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN I HE POSTOFFICE AT TH li END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTI?X SALES HUS DAY.
C AMT I) ELL, KNOX & Go. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction bouse, Basel-street, div goods,
hats, &c. ' uni
R. M. MAESUALL & BROTHER Will SOU at
10 o'clock, at No. Ul King-street, a complete
.stock ol hardware.
E. W. M. MACKEY, Sheriff, will sell at ll
o'clock. ot tlie counhouse, several pieces of
real estate. _
A WILD RUMOR was afloat yesterday of a
serious accident on the Northeastern Railroad.
It was altogether without foundation.
THE CATHEDRAL.-The pulpit of the Cathe?
dral Chapel was filled yesterday hythe Rt. Rev.
Bishop Verot, of Savannah, who delivered an
eloquent and instructive discourse.
DETENTION OF STEAMERS.-Ihclstormy wea?
ther of the past two days bas detained at this
port the steamship? Falcon, for Baltimore, and
Prometheus, for Philadelphia; but they will de?
part as soon as the weather moderates.
BLACK UPON WHITE.-Somebody has smear?
ed black paint over the new sign of tho Demo?
cratic Beading Booms, at the corner of Church
and Broad streets. Verily, "bottom rail on
top," and "black upon white," are the mottoes
of the times._
TEMPLETON'S DRAMATIC COMPANY closed a
moderately successful season in Columbi? on I
Saturday, and have gone to Charlotte, North
Carolina, where they expect to play a week cr
more. They will then, after a few representa?
tions in Columbia, revisit Charleston.
RISE IN COAL.-The auction coal sales in
New York last Thursday show a rise of $1 per
ton and over. This, it is stated, comes from
two causes: the necessary high cost of railroad
transportation, and the scarcity of shipping to
THE CHESTERFIELD DEMOCRAT.-The first
number of this new journal will bc published
at Chester on the 14th instant. It will be Dem?
ocratic in politics, enterprising in tho collec?
tion of news, and unflagging in its attention
to the interests of the important section m
which it will circuhto. Under the editorial
control of W. L. T. Prince, Esq., and the gene?
ral management of tho proprietors, Messrs.
Worley & Co., the Democrat should soon be?
come influential and prosperous. An adver?
tisement, which will be found in another
column, contains full particulars as to terms
and days of publication.
BALTIMORE AND THE SOUTH.-The Balti?
more Sun says: "Trade with tti*? South has
revived considerably during the past few
weeks. The city is at present being visited by
quite a number of business men from that
quarter, who, it is understood, find no difficul?
ty in having their wonts supplied in tho woy of
purchasing fall and winter supplies. The
steamers to Savannah, Charleston, Wilmington
and nearer ports are carrying oat full cargoes
of assorted merchandise, and return laden
with the valuable products of the soil. On the
? whole, tho trade between Baltimore and South?
ern cities is more lively at present than it has
been for many years."
THE WEATHER.-It rained in torrents the
greater part of Saturday and yesterday, and
.daring Saturday night the wind was 1 lowing a
gale from the uortbeast. This is, we presume,
the expected equinoctial storm, and the sooner
over thc botter. No great harm has been dono
in the city. Some fences were blown down,
which had for a long time wanted an excuse for
falling; some trees were dismembered, per?
haps to provide firewood fbr'the winter. In
several streets the drains are choked and the
water has overflowed the sidewalks.
Our telegraphic dispatches show that the
storm is general throughout the country, and
it is believed that there has been considerable
"loss of lifo aad property.
COMPLIMENTARY RESOLUTIONS.-It affords us
great pleasure to give place in our columns to
the following insolations which were unani?
mously adopted by an almost full Board of the
Commissioners of the Orphan House of
Charleston, at i noir last session on the lat in
? slant :
.Resorted, Tbat this Board very sensibly and
thankfully appreciate the services of Professor
George 0. Robinson, which were so kindly vol?
unteered and have been so very acceptably and
efficiently performed by him as organist of the
chapel or the institution for the last eight Sab- j
Resolved, That with sentiments fully expres?
sive of tito estimation in which Professor Rob?
inson is held by this Board, both as a Chris?
tian and benevolent geutleman and a superior
musician, our chairman furnish him with a
copy of these proco adinna iQ foll, and that they
be spread on our records .as form in? a promi?
nent portion oi' the aots of this meeting.
Resolved, That tho foregoing resolutions bc
published in tho daily papers of this city.
THE SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTKICT CON?
VENTION.-The State Central Executive Cora
mitteo havo adopted tho following resolutions:
Resolved, That the President of the Conven
vention of Delegatos from the Democratic party
of the several districts which assembled iu
Charleston on the 15th September last for tho
purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate
for Congress from that district, is hereby re?
quested to summon tho members of that Con?
vention to reassemble in tte City of Charleston
. on a day to be fixed by him, for the purpose t f
.nominating a Democratic candidate for Con?
gress from the Socond Coneressioual District,
in the placo of Hon. A. P. Aldrich, who dechn
'Ol tho nomination recently tendered to him,
and that the President be also requested to in?
vite such portions of such several districts rs
. did not sohd delegatos to such reccDt Convec?
tion, to send delegates to the Convention
which is n JW requested to assemble.
Resolved, lhat a copy of the foregoing reso?
lution be forwf.rded to tier. John A. Wagener,
President of the receut Nominating Conven?
tion of the Second Congressional District, held
in Charleston on the 15th September last.
The Convention will meet in this city on
Thursday, tho loth inst.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October i.-Charit alon Hotel.
W. J. Cromwell, Sumter, S. C.; J. C. Gillett,
Augusta, Ga.; Jas. A. Roberts, Savannah; C.
Jerome Fiquet, New York; A. M. Latham,
Summerville S. C.; A. P. Cleveland, New Or?
leans; Jumes Johnson, city; Geo. G. Mixer,
Florida; Dr. D. Graus, Ocala, Fla.; Mrs. Had
nell and dautrhter, Jacksonville, Flt.j Capt. T.
. Lockwood, steamship James Adgei ; M. H. Na?
thans, ciiy; T?os. Floyd, Henry Jones, Balti?
more; R. K. Scott, Columbfa, S. C.; M. Lesser,
Anderson C. H.; Jas. W. Po jr, B Itou, S. C.;
Dr. Taber and lady, Florida; B. S. Hallock,
New York; A. P. Jackson, city.
PaciHon Hotel, Oe*ober 3.- Jas. O. Ladd,
Summerville; H. A. Ulrno, Florence; W. \V.'
Farrow, Abbeville; W. P. Reynolds, Madieo
C. S. Land, Bonneau's; Jas. W. Craig, Fla.
October 4.-D. Connell aid lady, Miss M. IL
Culver, MUs A. M. Culver, Culverton, Ga.; J.
T. Cauthen, Fla.; G. McGruly, Savannah;'A.*
W.Loyns, Florence; W. M. McNeil, Leesville
G. Heft. ?mith, city.';
PERSONAL.-Among the departures for Eu?
rope on Thursday last, by thc steamship Balti?
more, of the Baltimore and Bremen line, we
notice the names of tho Von- Bev. Jae. A.
Corcoran, ol tin's city, and tho Bev. Dr. G.
McMuileu, of Chicago. The latter Roes to
I Borne for the pur poso of representing the
grievances of the church in Chicago in connec?
tion with the diflercuccs with the Bishop (Dug?
gan) ot that diocese. Dr. Corcoran goes to
Borne as theologian from tho United States to
make preparations for the grand (Ecumenical
Council of IS'JO.
The Kichinond papers announce that Josiah
E. Smith, of Charleston, and Dr. B. \Y. Sea?
brook, of Beaufort, South Carolina, have re?
cently bought laud in Fauquicr County. Vir?
Governor Scott arrived in tho city yesterday,
and ia staying at thc Charleston Hotel.
THE HON. JOHN QDTNC? ADAMS TO VISIT
SI>CTH CAROLINA.--A telegram was received in
Columbia on Saturday from this distinguished
gentleman, that, ia cbedienco to aa invitation
extended to him by the Central Executive
Committee, he will visit Columbia and address
our people. Mr. Adams will leave Boston 0:1
this (Monday) morning, and will probably ba
in Columbia by Thursday. On Friday noxt ho
is expected to address the people. Tho Pheonix
urges a full attendance from tho surrounding
districts to hear a Boston man speak upon
Carolina soil. Mr. Adams was elected Mayor
of Boston hy the Democratic party, and ia now
the candidate of that party tor Governor. We
remember his words some few months ngo:
"By right," said he, "I Bbould be a Republi?
can-my natural predilections axe in favor of
that party, but I see that party driving the
country to ruin. I am driven into thc Demo?
cratic party, who wish to restore tho constitu?
tion and save the country." Wo trust that tho
people of Charleston will have an opportunity,
ere he leaves tho State, of listening to the dis?
TEE WINCHESTER REPEAT]NO RIFLE.-WO had
thepieasute of examining ono of thoso rifles
on Saturday, and wero astonished at its per?
formance, as wo did not think it possible that a
rifle could be made so effective and at the same
time so simple in its construction. This rillo
carries eighteen charges, which can be fired in
nine seconds, or at the rate of two shots per
second, commencing with tho magazine tull.
It eau al60 be fired as a singlo breech loader
twenty times per minute, having at the samo
time in rese?o at tho magazino sixteen
charges which can bo fired when in close quar?
ters at tho rate of two shots por second. In
case of a cartridge missing firo, it is withdrawn
ffem the barrel with unfai'iug certainty, and
another can be placed in its stead and fired in
just half a second, giving thia arm an advan?
tage over all others, which cannot bo too high?
ly recommended, especially forthooe travelling
through or living in a country whero they arc
likely to be troubled by robbers, as one man
armed with ono of those rifles is equal to ten
armed men with ordinary guns. It takes but
three motions to load <vnd fire it as a repeater,
and four as a Bingle breech loader, which ia a
dogree of simplicity never yet attained by any
other rifle, either in this country or in Europe.
THE EQTJINOCTIAL GALES.-Thoso poor Yan?
kees do sometimes have sharp notions and
shrewd ideas, and Benjamin Franklin, in dis?
covering the value of advertising, cultivated a
virtuo which will cover a multitude of sins.
Franklin's advico was short and to tho pur?
To A YOUNO MERCHANT.-When yon pay
more for tho rent of your business house than
for advertising your business, you arc pursuing
a false policy. If you can do business lot it be
And what waa recommended by the long
dead Benjamin is recommended by George D.
Prentico, tho brilliant but practical editor of
thc Louisville Journal. Read what ho says :
We have been carrying on the Louisville
Journal thirty-seven years, and during all this
lime we have known no man of business in the
city to fail who advertised liberally. And we
have known uo one to succeed in any consider?
able, if even in a respectable degree, who did'nt
And Horaco Greeley, tho white-hatted phil?
osopher of tho New York Tribune, pi eachea a
doctrine which he steadily practices:
Tho most successful business men in this
city aro those who have advertised liberally and
constantly. A small advertisement constan rly
appearing, is bettor titan a display column oc?
Mow, if advertising were a question of poli?
tics, the shade of Franklin, thc pen of Prentice
and tho hobby of Greeley, might havo conspired
together to give ruiuous counsel to the South.
But there is no politics in it. Each man has
advised what he has successfully tried; and if
any other convincing proof wero wanting, it
lica in thc fact that all the advertising prophets
agree in foretelling a fortune to any charles
tonian who begins to advertise liberally at the
close of the equinoctial gale.
A PIONEER POMOLOOIST.-About two years
ago Slr. Derby, tho well-known Now York pub?
lisher, purchased a fruit farm at Aiken, S. C ,
tho property of Mi*. Marlay, for S12.00J or
$15,000. Mi-. Derby movod his family to tho
/arm, and went vigorously to work lo make his
investment productive. At first there were
many difficulties to overcome, but Mr. Derby
persevered, and we aro assured that his profit
has averaged $500 per month during the whole
period of his possession. This handsome in?
come was derived from the sule of peaches,
apples and grapes-thc last having turned out
to be very profitable. There is still much to
bo done in the way of Becuriug prof. er accom?
modation and quick steamship passage to thc
Northern cities before tho fruit trado can
reach its most remunerative point; but it is
estimated that in a good year, with fair ship?
ping facilities, the crop of Mr. Dcrby'd farm
will sell for at least $12,000.
In addition to securing so sound and valua?
ble an investment, Mr. Derby has recruited his
health, which was delicate, and. is now said to
bo of the coinion that Aiken is the healthiest
place on this continent, and may be made ene
of the most prosperous.
Thc gentleman whom we have mentioned
was not a practical farmer. Nor had ho any
experience in pomology. But he was an intel?
ligent man of busineaa, and gavo the trees
of old Aiken an apportnnity of doing their
very best. The SUCCCSB which Mr. Derby has
met with will, we hope, stimulate others to fol?
low his example. Industrious, hard-working
men could soon make thc taco of the country
smde like a garden: and none could do it bet?
ter, and moro to their own advantage, than
sonic ot our steady, thrifty Germans, who
have the knack of making a money machino o?
every undertaking to which thoy put their
Convicts and Legislators.
TO TBS EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
It has been '.veil observed by an able writer
that ''lhere ia no quality of the mind moro
graceful in itself, or that ronders it more
amiable to others, than the hiving a tender re?
gard to those who arc in distress. When thc
innocent fall into misfortune, it is thc part of a
generous, bravo spirit to contribute 'to their
redemption; or. if that be impossible, to ad?
minister something to their comfort and sup?
port. But when wicked men. who have been
depredating upon thc community, aro entrap?
ped by their own pernicious acls,*he that labois
to deliver them nia'aes himself an associate in
their crimes, and becomes as groat an cneuiv
to thc public as those whom he would screen
When highwaymen and housebreakers aro
token, condemned, and about to satisfy justice
at the exp3nse of theil- vile paltry lives, who
are they that srievo for them, and would he
glad to rescue them Irotn tho rope ? Not hon?
est men, wo may be sure. When cattle, ho?
and chicken thieves are arrested, aud thc in?
nocent community temporarily rid of their
destructiveness by their being sent to thc Pen?
itentiary, who is it that sympathies with such
vermin? Thc rest of the thieving fraternity
wo eld, perhaps, commiserate their condition,
aud bo ready to muttuy in tneir favor; nay,
some rascally solicitor, who had been employed
upon their account, might bc vexed ti at his
negotiations had succeeded no better, and be
afraid of losing his rcputaticn, arnon*; other
delinquents, fur the future; but evbTT friend
to justice would have no reason to bo dissatis?
fied at anything but a mournful reflection,
which lie coul'j not forbear making, that, while
tbes? nnuor criminals suffer for their offences,
others eo transcendentally their superiors in
fraud and plunder escape with a. whole skin.
'J he foregoing sentiments are believed to be
those ol'every honest and well- deposed citi?
zen; yet we find in thc Legislature of South
Carolina (so-called) a spirit manifested diamet?
rically the reveise. It was gravely proposed, a
short tune since, in that mongrel body, to turn
out of the penitentiary convicts who had been
incarcerated there for "crimes, to resume their
preying upon the community before they had
even undergone thc "punishment'' (?) assign?
ed them by the law.
If ever ?here terrs a time ich en airiet lens and
severe punishment mere required to sace our pi o
plefrom hopeless nun, (hat hms has com?. Ask
any planter or farmer in any neighborhood of our
State where ibero ore negroes, if he can raiso
stock? lio will answer no: not unless they aro
kept night uud day almost uudor oue's eye.
Ask any ODO whoso experience enables them to
judge, if there is anything a negro can lay bis
hands upon but what ninety-nine in a hundred
of them will steal-cotton, com, rice, peas, po?
tatoes, anything. Thc answer will De: Il is as
narara! to'most of the r^.ce (there beiusr some
worthy exceptions) to lie and steal as it is natu?
ral for them to have wool cu their heads in
place of bair; and thc ouly thing to check or
prevent the indulgence of this propensiiy is
thc fear rf punishment.
The stealing of cattle and bogs has become
as common as the stealing of fl uit or anything
else; and if it is allowed to go on. the State will
bocome bare. Under snell n system, tho thiev?
ing, lying negro may live and grow fat. but
tho well-disposed freedman and the honest an
(hlijrent whits will pine and perish.
W. S. Tv.
EXECUTIVE Dr.r.\!VT3IENT, 1
STATE TREASURY. OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 28. 1863. |
TO THE EDI 1 Or. OF THE NEWS ;
Sir : In your issue of the 26th instant, in
your correspondence from thc Capital, I notice
an attack on my integrity as an official of the
State, lt is asserted, first, that I have been
engaged iu speculating hi tho per diem and
mileage of members of tho Legislature ; sec?
ond, that I have charged officers a commission
on their salaries; and third, that I have paid
the draft of the Serjeant-at-arms of tho Hons'
signed hy tho Speaker only, and without tho
signature of the President of tho Sonato, as re?
quired by law. .
The first end second charges are unmitigated
calumnies, pure fabrications with no founda?
tion whatever savo in the inventive imagina?
tion of your correspondent.
The third cbargo, with i.s mean insinuation
of fraud on my part, is a malicious perversion
of facts. It is true that tho draft of tho Scr
geant-at-ar-is of tho House on tho Treasurer
was signed by tho Speaker only, and why ?
Simply because tho law roqairad no other sig?
nature than his, each House acting indepen?
dently of thc other in drawing money for the
payment of its members.
I fear no investigation of my official acts by
the proper authorities, nor any just criticism
by tho public press.
NILES G. PARKER,
Treasurer State of South Carolina.
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS.-The atten?
tion of the latliea is directe J to the announcement of
the opening this morning of elms goods for tho fall
and winter season by Mes-rs. Lou?3 Cohen 4: Co.,
No. 248 King-street. They offer soino cholee novel
tira in this linc at lesj than thc cost o' importation.
FICIE AND MARINE INSURANCE.-Hugor &
Ravcncl, Insurance ?gouts. No. 10 East Day, take
risks on cotton, produce and general merchandise;
also, foreign and coastwise marine risks at reason?
able rates ia the Oriont Mutual Insurance Com?
pany and the United States Lloyd's of New York.
MOREHEAD BITTERS.-These hitters can bo
had at James McKean, No. 08 Anaon-strect, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 Sinos mfw
CHOICE GREEN ANJ BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilsou's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods dohvered free.
If you want cheap BUnk Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
fcc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing o\ccutcd neatly;
Ii you want Uooks bound in any style, or Account
Books made lo order, with any desired pattern ot
miine;, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 5U Broad
TUB CH ESTKKFIELD DB .HOC A AT, A
new pi! or established in tho Town of Cbcraw,
S. ('., will he published every Wednesday, by WOK
LEV k CO., edited by W. L. T. PRINCE* Esq., at rho
extremely low pri- c of $2 ? er annum,
As ii? Lame- implies, it will advocate tho political
principles oi thc Democratic parly.
Apart from politics, it will b.: devoted to the ui
seminuuoa of intelligence, and to the cause of truth
The first number will bc issued on thc 14th inst,
and will be a large edition Persons desiring to ad?
vertise wilt find the tomi uuusuallv reasonable-tl
per square for the first, uni 50 cents for euell subse?
quent insertion-always cash.
1 his is now the only paper in Cheraw.
October 6 12
Q T T ? SON!? T A G ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 141 Market-street, between King
mut Art'hdal-c ?tictts.
Genfs'Coats, Yest; and Pants Ci.FANED. PYED
and PBEfc-ED. KEG ULAH SOJUKING LONE.
Beware of Tai'or-spougii.g.
September 25 fmwSmoi
QULLETT'S PATE XT STEEL Ulli SH
THE t-UBSCninr.R IS NOW PREP ACED TO HE
CEIVE orden? for the above celebrated GIN ?;. 'J heir
merits were fully tercel bist scacon ; and to tao:-c ia
w*nt of Gins tliie year reff reue? is given to (he seve?
ral Factors aod Cotton Heruiiants of this city.
Calal ?gu?s, giving full particulars, may be ha<l on
application to C. GRAVELEY,
No. 52 Ei?t Bay, South of ihe Old i ostoflice,
Agent ior thc State oftoutb Carolina,
July 20 nil?
QHAliLESTON STEAM SAW
F LANI N G MILL,
WEST END BEACFAIN AND WENTWORTH SIS.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING TU I UP flNE OF
WOODWOUIH'S IMPROVED PLANING MA?
CHINES, iu conneciio.r with Ins SAW MILL, is
now prepared to fnmi-ll s?E\.SONED DRESSED
LUMBER, of ali descriptions, by tlie' cargo or retr.il;
al*o Etiisto River Lumber, i'i rafts and seasoned,
Hewn limber, shingles, Plastering I ailis, Ac.
JOHN H. STEIN .Mr YE H.
JKOX TIES FOR B.VL?VG COTTON.
UNIVERSAL COTTON LAZING TIE
THIS TIE. 'I HE STRONGEST AND CHEAPEST
in thc market, has been iinnrovcd since last .scacon,
and is guaranteed to bo snfflcioutly ?trou.; for ibo
heaviest hal s. Put up in a ve?*y superior manner,
in buudlos, each bundle c munnin? thirty-six Hoops,
and Buckles complete. New lauding, and for sale
iu lois to suit porch isem
Also lor sile, American HEMP AND FLAX BALK
ROPE, and MENDING AND CAI.ING TWINE". New
York BAGGING, ?co., by WILLIAM ROACH,
Agent for ;ouih Carolina.
October 5 2
(Cloding ano /omiting (61)0)9.
Fill FALL CLOTMM.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Went worth.
ALAP.GE AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
FALL AND WLWER CLOTHING
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENTIBE LY NEW GOODS, MADE Ul'
EXPRESSLY FOB MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE S H LES AND WOBK
MANSBIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE DUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THE M, HAYING DIS?
POSED OF THE ENTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVEB FBOM LAST WINTER AND RE?
PLACED, BY NEW AND FASHIONABLE
STYIJ23 OF GARMENTS, SUCH AS WILL
BE WORN THIS COMING SEASON, AND
AT LOW TRICES.
BUSINESS SUITS AT FltOM 310 TO 88!?
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICO I CASSIM ERES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
PuWDER GRAIN CASHMERES
COMMEuCUL GRAY CAS5IMERE3
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHE1U0T CASHMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FiiOCK COA VS
BLACK CLOTH AND HEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TAY ED OLENGARIAS
INDI V RUBBER OVERCOAT.? AND CAPE?.
PANTALOONS AND VE3 IS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CA<SI1IERES SIDS STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIM ERE 3
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMEEES, tc , ic.
BOYSAAO YOli'iW CL9Tl!Ii\G,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boj s and Youths from 4
18 Tears Old,
IX CHEAT VAUIETY, VIZ
MERINO. LAMB-WOOL AND SILK UNDER
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS .1 ND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NEv K FIES, STOCK-?
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVE-5, kc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOTED FOB THEIR FITTING QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FKO.II S3 83 TO $4 O'J.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE M?SL1 CHOICE 'JCODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORrATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELG?LW?, ENGLISII AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COA TINGS, CASSI
MEBES, DOESKINS. TRICOTS AND BEA-|
VERS OF ?5LALK, BLUE, CLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WU Ic li Wii.L BE ..?ADE CI' TO j
O?DEP. IN THE REST MANNEP., UNDER |
THE CARE OL" A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH |
PRICES FiXED AND MARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE SI?CK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
B, W. McTUUKOl'S, Superintendent.
(Outang an?) /nrnisrjiflfl ?oo&s.
TO BE V
WE HAVE .H A UK KO BOW.? OUR. ES
TIKE STOC K OF
MEN'S ll BOYS' H?H
WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT AT
WITHIN THE NEXT
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING HAS REEN' MANU?
FACTURED by ourselves expressly for our Retail
Trade, and every article sold will be warranted to
As we aro obliged to vacate the Store on tbe lirst
of November, wo bave marked thc Goods at prices
that must insure sn immediate ?ale.
Cur friend!) and customers arc reminded that an
carly selection irom tho Sto:k will secure tbe great?
est bargains, as many of tho Goods are marked to
sell at LESS THAN HALF THE ACTUAL VALUE.
LIM OF FORMER Al CLOSING PRICES
LOT OF OVER SACKS, formerly sold at SCO to
$25, now.513 00
LOT OF OVER SACKS, formerly sold at SIC to
S18, now. 12 00
LOT OF SLICE DRTISS FROCKS formerly
sold at S25 to $13, low. 20 CO
LOT OF FROCK SACKS, formerly sold at SIG
to 320, now. 12 00
LOT OF HEAVY CASSIMERE SACKS, former?
ly sold at $18 to S20, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK CLOTH AND TRICOT
SACKS, li rmcriy sold at ?30 lo $23, LOW.... 13 00
LOT OF BLACK AND DARK MIXED SACKS,
formerly sold at 515 to S20, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK AND FANCY MIXED SACK?,
formerly sold at $12 to SIG, now. 8 00
LIGHT AND DARK MIXED SKELETON
SACK?, formerly sold at $8 to $12. now. 5 00
BLACK FRENCH DOESKIN PANIS, formerly
sold at $12, now. 10 00
HUCK DOESKIN PANTS, formerly sold at
$8, now. G 00
TWO HUNDRED P.MR ALL WOOL CASSI?
MERE PANTS, formerly sold at $8 to $10,
now. 5 00
TWO HUNDRED PAIR ALL WOOL CASSI?
MERE PANTS, formerly sold at $10 to $13,
now. . 6 50
VESTS TO MATCH.$2 to $1 00
LOT DARK BLUE PANTS, ronner) y sold at
SG 50, now. 4 00
BLACK CLOTH VESTS, formerly sold at $5 to
id, now. 3 30
SCOTCH CASSIMERE SUITS-ENGLISH
WALK LNG COAT, PANTS AND VEST, for?
merly so'.d at $ S, now. 23 00
A LARGE INVOICE OF
Selling at Half thc cost to manufacture.
WHITE SHIRTS, former!* at S3 to .3 3.',
not.$ 2 00
WHI I E SHIRTS, form? ly at $2 50, now. 1 73
WRITE JEOl DRAWERS, formerly at il 50,
now. 1 OJ
WHITE L'NEN DRAWER3, lo.morly at $2,
now. 1 I'O
W6ITE MUSLIN AND DROWN JEAN, lor
merlyil, now. 50
MERINO UNDER SHIR I'S, formerly $1 50 to
$2, now. I OJ
ML1UN? DRAWERS, ibrmerly$2 to $3, now.. 1 CO
LINEN COLLARS, fur a) orly $2 51 per Jozcu,
now. 1 50
LINEN ITNI-H PAPER COLLARS, 35 cents
pot box, now.
SILK fcCAEFS, TItS AND HOWS, 33 cent* :o
$1 50, now.
ALL OUR FUKXlSinSG GOOI?3 VT
gOU?lESi?OM>I.\0 L'.IIV PHICES.
Thc C'Ioi?iiiJt? is ali ot oarovu manufacture, and
warranted in every particular. Wo luve marked
our Stick it thc above law prices, as our business
in Charleston is positively TO DE CLOSED LP.
Country Merchants purchasing Clothing *<iU fiu?l
it to their advantage to muk. a selection Croat cm1
MAC?LLAR, WILLIAMS 4 PARKER,
So. 270 KING,
CHAULES TON, S. C.
Septembsr 20 12
Balance Retail Stock Dry Cootia, Hats, Shoes,
Notions, fie, Jfc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will seli THIS D\Y. at 10 o'clock, at their Cash
Auction House, So. 35 Hasel-strcel, opposite Post
CLOTHS, Satinets. Plains. Undershirts, Muntilhs,
Corsets. 1G to 40 sp.-imj Hoop Skirts. Prints, Ging?
hams, Jeans, 4-4 Browns, Domestic Plaids, Flannels,
Chambray, Table Linsns. Napkin", Doylies, Crash
L. c. Hdkfs., Shirt Fronts, Couuterpanes, Etd
Gloves, Need'es. Thread, Buttocs, suspender?, Ho?
siery, Felt Hats, Shoe.', Blacking, Notions, A-c., A-c.
T??rms cash. October 5
Estate Sale, by order af the Executors
Complets S!ock of Hardware, at Store of
the late John Van Vinkle, No. oil Kiny
BY E. 3T. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS D-Y. MU IUrt, comnienclnar at JO O'Clock,
will be sold at No. 311 Kiug-stre t, norla, ot'
the abow complete ami well ?elected s'eck of Im?
ported and Domenic HAttDWAUt:, CUTLERY,
HOU-EHOLD ARTICLES, Wood lin and Japanned
Wares, . cale.-3, Rope. Ate., kc.
'1 erins risa. Articles to bc reanved oa dav of
Valuable Real Estate al Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & ii. 8. SHUNS,
By virtue of aa order o' sale to me directed bv the
Hon. George ?. i'ryan, Judge of the Uailed States
District court for the Dist, ict of South ,'aroliaa, I
wal offer for sale at Public Auction on TBURs DAY,
Oc ober 9, l?iiS, at the Old PostoaTee, loot of Broad
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
iberfiou, situate on the east side of Meeting-street
Upper Wards, nieasutiug SJ feet front, by 140 feet
deep. Bounded north on lands u"w or late ol' Bar?
ool; south ou Kigg?; ca.-t ou Pattiua, and west on
All that LOT OF LAND, willi the BUILDING?,
on the sou!h side of Wolfe-street, measuring 43 feet
front, by ICO feet deep. Bounded north oa Wolte
sireet, east ou South Carolina Railroad track, and
south aad west on laads of J. K. Wharton.
All that LOT OF Li-ND, with tho DWELLING
HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS tliereOD. situate on
the east side of Meeting-street; measuring 40 tcet
front, by 112 feet G i u< hcs deep. Bounded north on
lands late of O'Coimnr; south ou lauds late ol T. J.
Whurtou; east and west on Meetiut.-street.
Terms-One-third ?ash; balance iu one and two
years, with interest pavab.o tein>?nnually, secured
by bond ot the purchaser and ra ar tg ige of tuc prem?
ises. Purchaser lo pay for papers and stamps.
LOUIS McLAlN, Assignee.
October 3 m:h2
TT OOAH ?S; SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYNABD SEABROOK
G. "' Siss "~~
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
1X3- Olllee No. 13 BRO AD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, Natioaal Bank. May 9
O H ft D . ALEXANDER.
REAL ES T A T E A O E N T,
No. IB Croad-siroct,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJt'SlTNG OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and olhors. Also, thc
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
REN IS OF HOUSES, Ac. October 1
T . HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCK?, BONDS, SE
CURIIIE< AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 9 7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIsT, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. It. WARING, Esq.
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office in Planters1 anti Meehan lc J' Ba uk
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 33 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND i% TO
6% O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will cill at Offices or Piivatd Residences when
desired, if infirmed by noto or other? is J.
Special attention will be given to the collection of
RENTS, BU LS AND OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 23 Imo
I L L I A SI GU R N JE Y,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ao. 10:3 East Hay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTFNTION GIVEN TO THE
vale, and shipment of SE % 1-LANO AND UPLAND
COTTON. Libera! advances made oa Consignment!
tor sale iu tui- ma ieee, or for shipment.
September 23 3.nos
Q.EO. H . HUPPUCE,
F ACTO R
COMMISSION M ER CHA N I,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDt::; H.V^ELL. Ora ? September 21
"V-ORTH, STEELE ? WARDELL,
WU'UE?ALE 3E.ILE33 Bf
STA TIONF.R Y, PERFUMER Y, C VILER Y,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, fcc, kc,
JAo. 107 ?feeting-stxeet,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. V>". WARDELL, JR. New York.
Septea ber 13 _3mos
?. M. MARSHALL t? BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 'M DKOAD-?TREET.
KEAL ES I ATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED ;
$3" Vnctiou of HORSES, FURNITURE, fcc, everj
Wednesday. October Iv
I^/ILLIS iV CillSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Dome?io Torts) ol
COTTON, RICE, LU M UER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM,
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. S5 21ARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be fennd every variety of GREAT
COATS, FRO CK AND BRESS COATS. Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots> Shoes, Hats and '.'ap?, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Valises, Ste. Februar}- 6
SHEIUFt 'S SALL.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directe'l
ani delivered, will te sold THIS DAY, the 5th
of October, at tho nor.hea>r corner of the
Courthouse, between ihe hourj of ll ?. . 1. and 3
o'clock P. M.,
All thc right, tlt:e and interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF L ND. with a two-story Brick Build?
ing auii o;her Improvements thereon, situate on tho
north side o: Hud son-s ?Toe t, and known as No. 6.
Levied oa and to Oe sold as tbo propertv of Mr3.
C. L. Miller, at the ?lit of Wm. Denaux.
At the snin? litre and p ace,
AU the right, title and interest of the defen laut la
ollthat LOT OF LAND, with a two-story Wooden
building and other improvements thcreoD, situate oa
thc north hide ot Green-street, and known as No. 12.
Levied on and to bc sold as the property of B M.
Welc'a at the suit of James il. Molloy.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of thc defendant in
all that LoT OF LAND, with a threc-storv Wooden
linn ni?" and other Improvements tnereou,
on the jouth side of George-street, between Kia?
ouJ Kwtlug, acd known as No. 23.
Levied oa md to be sold as the property of J. J.
Monaghan at the suit ot Gulbaru A: Howe!!.
At the same time and place,
All thc right Ut c and interest of the d?tendant in
all that LOi' OF LAND, with a threestory brick
building and otlor improvements thereon, situate
on the uorthtast coner of Uudsm and King streets.
Levied on iud tc be sol I is the property of Catha?
rine Op;enbeiin, a: the suit of Albert Bischoff.
At thc same time and puce,
All the right tide and interest of the defendant, ia
all that LOT OF LAND, with a two story wooden
building und other improvements thereon, .-imite
on the northeast corner of King and Ann streets.
Levied ou and to be so d as the property of Catha?
rine Oppenheim, at the suit ol Albert Bischoff.
At the same time and place,
All the right, title and interest of the defendant ia
all thit LOT OF LAND, with the threestory Wooden
Building and other improvements thereoi, .situate
o.i thc west side of Rutledge Avenue, and koowa as
Levied on and to be sold as the property of Wm.
M. base, at the rait of John C. Ludwig.
At the same time and pl ice.
All the rixbt, title and interest of tho defendant m
a thrcc-story BRICK BUILDING, situated ou the
south bide of Market-'trcet, and kaown as No. 37.
Levied on and to te sold as the proprty of James
Cosgrove, at the suit of Richard M. Butler.
Terms cash. .
'forms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
October O ni* ? C. C.
UND KU DECREE IV EQUITY.
Gregg vs. Horlbeck, Trustee, et al.
On TUESDAY, 20th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at thc Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS
thereon, situate on Mill-street, and measuring on
thc north on Mill-street AO feet i inches, on the west
on land now or late of GlllilaaJ, formerly of Gregg,
09 feet 0 inches, on thc south on land of Hose, AO feet
t> luches, on the east on land of Osterholtz, 99 feet A
inches. Bounded by the fences os they sow stand.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually, The credit portion to bc secured by bond of
the purchaser and mortaoge of tho premises. The
buildings to be insurod and the policy assigned to
the Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
Oclober 5 m2 tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE Iff EQUITY.
Waring et al, Bz'ors Perry, vs. Tucker.
On TUEsDAY. the 27cb instaut, at ll o'ebek, will ba
sold at the Old Cus:omhousc.
AU that PLANIATION OR TRACT OF LAND in
St. Paul s Parish, Collet.m District, containing 539
ceres, and having such shape, hues, measurements
und boundaries as aro set forth in a plat of the same
attached to a grant of tho sume land from Wm. Aiken,
Governor of the State of south CoroUua, to Colonel
Benjamin Firry, whl h grant and plat are on record
m tho omeo of the Secretary of State at Char'cston,
Beok P, No. 0, page 225.
Terms-One-third cash; balanco by bond of the
purchaser, payable in two equal annual instalments;
with interest payable anuuahy, secured by mortgage
ot thc promises. Furcia-cr to pay for papers and
Blamps. J W.GRAY,
October 5 m3 tul Master lu Equity.
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RHOEA. F??VEB AND AGUE, AND GENERAL DE?
We have, after long 6tudy and many experiments,
succeeded in producing what we claim to be the
BEST BITTERS AND MOST PLEASANT BEVER?
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in all BILIOUS DKRANGEMENS, resulting from
miasmatic influence?, so prevalent at the South, aud
change of diet, climate and water. Da offering to
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its own merits will soon ensure its bocomlng a favor?
ite at the South. It has all the pleasing quaiitjcs of
a "Liqueur,'' and though under a sm ill volurme/is
four times more activo than other preparations. Ic
ia almost indispensable for r constituting the blood
lu females suffering from debility aud loss of appe?
tite, aud for persons exhausted by nervous excite?
ment or over-exertion. The benefit of these Bitters
arc felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass full before
Each bottle has oar stamp md signature over the
cork. DOWIE k MOlsF, Proprietors/
And Wholesale Druggists,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
August 5 6mo*
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July 23 Die lyr
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FEEFAEZD ONLY ES
DB. J. J. LAWRENCE ? CO.,
No. 241 BiLTLVORE-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE BY
DO AVI K & ItlOISK,
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
July 22 6m os
J? KAISERLICHE BLUTKEIIWI
For sale by E. H. KELLERS & CO..
September 38 N'o. 131 Me?ting-3tre:t.