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JHE DAILY NEWS.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
SEWS REIN G THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULAI ION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LK. OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOrFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTION SALES THIS BA Y.
CAMTBE.L, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, Hasel-street, asserted
drv goods, notions, &c.
ii. HUNT & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
salesroom, Meeting-street, boots, shoes, bro?
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER will sell al haif
?ast 10 o'clock, at their office, Broad-street,
orsc3, mule3 and vehicles.
SPECIAL POLICE.-Council has authorized
the Mayor to seiest special policemen to serve
.during the forthcoming elections.
CHANGE OF HOUR FOB MEETINGS OF COUNCIL.
thty Council will meet hereafter at 7 P. M., in
?ater.l of 5 P. M., as heretofore.
THE Cm RAILWAY STOCK.-The City Rail?
way Company have declared a quarterly divi?
dend of one dollar per share. This is at the rate
.of eight per cent, per annum.
INTEREST ON THE Cm DEBT.-The bill pro?
viding for the liquidation of the interest on
the city debt has become au ordinance. It
will be found in the proceedings of Council in
"SOUTH CAROLINA MUTUAL Lm ASSOCIATION.
The annual meeting of this association was
held at Arnold's Hail, on Monday evening. No
quorum being present, an adjourned meeting
will bo called to-morrow night.
CHIEF JUSTICE WILLARD.-The Chief Jo?' ce
has announced to the Bar that he will hold
Court every Tuesday and Friday mornings,
Jrom 10 to ll o'clock, to attend to such busi?
ness as may come under his jurisdiction.
LEGISLATIVE AT.DERMF.S.-Aldermen Mc?
Kinlay and Adams, the first of whom is a mem?
ber of the so-called Legislature, and the latter
the Chaplain of the Senate, were present in
their seats in Council last night, for the first
.time in several mouths.
A NEW KING-STREET PLANK BOAD.-By re
'ferenco to the proceedings of Council at last
night's meeting, it will be seen that it has been
-determined to construct a plank road in King
street, from Vanderhorat-street to Shepherd
. street, provided that the City Bailway Company
boars one-half the expense.
THE COURT OF EQUITY-CHANCELLOR LE
-SESNE, PRESIDING.-OCTOBER 6.-This Court
met yesterday at ll o'clock, and after hearing
.a few motions of course, was, at the request of
the Bar, adjourned to Wednesday tho twenty?
-first instant. Chancellor Lesasne will hold
.Court in Chambers every Tuesday morning at
.11 o'clock, to hear motions.
THE MAGISTRACY.- It is understood that not
. withstanding the recent appointments of magis?
trates by the Governor, there will be no inter?
ference with those now in service. Most of
:these gentlemen were elected by the Legisla?
ture of '66 to '07, for the term of four years,
.which will not expire until 1S70, and they will
?continuo to perform the functions of their
. office until that time.
BASE BALL.-Attention is directed to the
-monthly meeting of tho Alert Base Ball Club
?this evening, at the Victoria Hotel. The let?
ters received from the Forest City Club will bo
presented to thc members.
A letter has been received from the Cosmo
? poli:an Club, of Beaufort, S. C., and it is ex?
pected that a sei its of games will soon be
.inaugurated between that Club and the Alerts.
Tro NEW PXAXK BOA?.-The first spode was
pct into the ground for the new plant road OR
last Monday. The work was commenced m
.Calhonn-street. at the head of East Bay, and
is now rapid y progressing. The section of the
Toad leading from this point to the Northeast?
ern Railroad depot, through Washington-street,
is the mo3t needed, as . the travel is heavier,
.and the streets in a worse condition than in.
other portions of the city.
COMPLIMENT TO EX-MAYOR COGSWELL.-City
Council, last night, adopted the resolution
offered some time ago by Alderman Wbilden,
to give the wife of Col. Cogswell, late military
Mayor of Charleston, tbe sum of $1000 from
the City Treasury. This is intended as a com?
pliment to Col. Cogswell for his vigorous ad?
ministration of city affairs, and ss a reimburse?
ment of such extra personal expense a J he was
. pat to by his position as Mayor.
SUNDAY TRAVEL.-Alderman Weston, colored,
seized with a fit of Puritanical piety, offered a
resolution in Council last evening instructing
. ?he President ot' the Street Railway Company
to cease running the cars on Sunday. Fortu?
nately the resolution found no supporters. If
the street cars were stopped on Sunday many
good people would be prevented from going to
?church at all, or at least would be compelled to
; attend churches near home, while they might
prefer to attend others at a distance.
ANOTHER MUSICAL TREAT IN STORE.-We
' learn that the congregation of St. Patrick's
- Church will, in a few days, offer to the public a
rich musical treat, in the shape of a sacred
. oratorio, designed to defray the expenses of
the late improvements to the church. Cur
. toni's Mass and Foirotim's Composition, will
be among the selected pieces to ho performed
' .by Professor Eckel and an able corps of ama?
teur performers. The oratorio will take place
in about two weeks* time.
BR OT AL OUTRAGE.-A man named Murphy,
who arrived in the city a few days since from
- Aiken, made a liberal display of his green?
backs in Bogard-street yesterday morning.
While ho was under the influence of liquor his
companions endeavored to rob him, but he
fought lustily, and although he was terribly
cut up. his noise hoing split .open and his face
seveie y pommelled, he made his escape. The
names of his assailants are known, and he-will
take out a warrant for theil arrest.
LADIES' MUTUAL Aro ASSOCIATION.-Tho re?
port of the receipts and expenditures of this
Association for the month of September, 1868,
will be found bolow, as follows :
To balance from August.$181 88
To salesroom account. 82 91
To donations. 200 00
To subscriptions. 28 65
To additional proceeds of concert. 7 00
By cash paid.$383 00
By balance on hand September 30. 117 41
The above donation of two hundrod dollars
waa given br a gentleman of Plainfield, N. J.,
who. o share time previously, gave one hun?
dred dollars towalds the same obj set, for both
of which the grateful thanks of the Association
are te odored.
REGULAS MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.-Pre
8enl: The Mayor, Aldermeu Cunningham, Lind?
strom, Adams, Weston, Wall, Olney, Whilden,
Voigt, Howard, McKinlay, Potter and Moore.
Tho min?tes of the last moeting were read
The petition of Robert Brodie, owner of pro?
perty on Market-street, asking compensation
for land taken by tho city in the widening of
the street, wa3 referred to the Committee on
Sundry petitions, to be allowed to take out a
three months' license for horses and drays,
were referred to the Committee on Lico sea.
The petition pi the Marion Fire Engiuo Com?
pany, asking for aid to perfect needed improve?
ments Ia tbeir house, was referred to thc Spe?
cial Committee on tho Fire Department.
Tho petition of the Hope Fire Company,
asking an increased appropriation for tho same
purpose, was referred to tho Committee on
Sundry applications for licenses were referred
to the Committee on Licenses.
The return of tho City Sherill for the past
month, showing receipts of $2089, was received
The petition of Jas. Melvin, City Scavenger
for tho Upper Wards, asking for increased
pay, was referred to the Committee on Streets.
Alderman McSinliy, from tho Committee on
Steam Engines, asked for further time on tho
petitition of A. Habenicht co erect a steam en?
gine on South Bay. Granted.
Alderman Potter, from the Committee on
Public Institutions and Buildings, reporloJ in
favor of granting four hundred dollars for re?
pairs to the Charleston College, tho sam 3 hav?
ing been requested by Mr. Daniel Ravenel,
Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
The Committee on Streets reported on tho
petition of certain citizens asking for a plank
road between Vanderhorst and Shepherd
streets, that the same be granted, provided tho
City Radway boar one-half the expense.
Alderman Lindstrom presented a report on
the extra work done on the new engine houses,
showing that tho same was authorized by tho
City Engineer, who requested thc contractor
to communicate with Council. This was not
done, and the vote being taken, Council decid?
ed not to pay the bill.
The Committee on Licenses reported favor?
ably on sundry applications. Adoptod.
The Committee on Brick and Wooden Build?
ings reported unfavorably on tho application of
Mr. MicheL Adopted.
The Mayor stated that, in view of the ap?
proaching election, and tho necessity of rely?
ing on themselves to preserve order, it would
be advisable for Council to authorize the em?
ployment of a special police. On motioD, the
Mayor was empowered to make the selections.
The following hill was passed to its third
reading, and its title ordered to be changed to
that of an ordinanoe, and engrossed for rati?
A DILL to provide for the liquidation of inleron and
arrears of iutercst on the city debt to 1st October,
SECTION 1. Beil Ordaincdby the M tyor and
Aldermen tn Council asscmoled, That tlioro
shall be issued to persons holding stocks of six
per cent, bonds of the city, and entitled to re?
ceive the interest thereon accruing on the 1st
day of October, 1863, stock obligatory on the
corporation; tho said stocks, or certificates
thereof, to embrace for each person so entitled
all interest and arrears of interest duo on the
said 1st day of October, to bear internst at tho
rate of six per cent, per annum, payable quar?
terly, and to be redeemable in thirty years from
date : Pro vi led, that no part of said stock shall
be issued for any sum less than twenty dollars,
or for any fractional part of a dollar : Provided,
also, that all such quarterly interest and ar?
rears for loss than twenty dollars and for frac?
tional parts of a dollar shall bo paid in city bil's
or United Stales currency, at the option of the
city : And provided further, that any person
bona fide holdmir stocks or six per cent, bonds
on said 1st day of October, upou which interest
has accrued, shall have tho privilege until the
SOth day of November next of discounting such
interest, or any part thereof, against taxes due
by them to the" city on said 1st day of October,
and may receive any balance in his hivor in
new stock, according to tho atnouut thereof, in
SEC. 2. The form of certificate and mode or
transfer of said stock shall be subject to tho
same regulations as now exist in relation to
other stocks of the city.
The motion of Alderman Whilden that Coun?
cil place $1000 to the credit of Mrs. Col. Cogs?
well, which had been lying over since July on
account of the absence of a money quorum,
came up tor consideration, and the ayes and
nays being called for, resulted as follows:
Ayes-The Mayor; Aldermen Potter, Cun?
ningham, Weston, Olney, Whilden and Mooro
Nays-Aldermen Lindetoin, Adams, Wall,
Voigt, Howard and McKinlay-6.
The Mayor gave the casting voto and th3 re?
solution was adopted.
Alderman Weston offered a resolution, that,
for the botter observance of the Sabbath, the
President of the City Railway bo directed to
cease running the carson that day, commen?
cing on tho 11th. No one seconding the reso?
lution, it fell to the ground.
Aldermen Olney offered a resolution that
hereafter th? regular meetings of Council be
held at 7 P. M., which was adopted. Council
BILL OF MOBTALTTY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Debility, from Old Age...
Hepatic Ducts. Congenital
Lunga, Congestion of_
Old Age. .
Want of Vitality.
-il 5! 0| 1
7| 6| 4 S
REC APITUL 4TION :
Whites, 8; Blacks and Colored, 20-Total, 28.
Under 1 year of age...
Between 1 and 5 yrs...
Between 5 and 10 yrs..
Between 10 and 20 yrs..
Between 20 and 30 yr3..
Between 90 and 40 yrs.
Between 40 and SO yrs..
Eetween BO and 60 yn. 2
t-*rween 60and 70 m. 3
E.etweon 70 and 80 yrs. 1
F-etween 80 and 90rrs. 2
Letwcen 90 and 100 yrs. u
Over 100 years of age... 1
CAUSES OF DEATH. ?3 ? =
i ai i
X z X -z
Totals 0: Returns tor week
ending Sept. 26,1868.
Certificate lor the following
since received :
Gastritis, Chrome.j 1
Trismus N ascent, um...
3| 2| 1 1|| 6| 7| 4| ?
Office of City Registrar, October 6, 1868.
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. D., City Registrar.
WILLIAM M. THOMAS, ESQ.-We make the
following extract from a letter from Mr.
Thoo?as, mentioned in. our Columbia corres?
pondence as having been elected to tbe judge?
ship of thc Sixth Precinct by thc so-called
I have never joined any Republican political
society. My policy has teen to grant to the
colored man his right to vote, and invite his
co-operation in good faith. Reins satisfied
that the lending men of iormerdoys would wil?
lingly recoguize this necessity. Tba ve thrown
uo obstacle in their way in making this or any
A NEW CorroK HOUSE.-We publish in an?
other column the business card of Messrs.
Claiborn, Herring & Co., well known as prom?
inent cotton factors f.ndcommission merchants
in the cities of Augusta and Philadelphia, who
have now opened a branch house iu Cheles?
ton, of which Mr. A. IL Jackson, one of the
members of tho firm, is tho manager. The
business connection of the house is alieady
very large; and theil- liberal spirit, high repu?
tation and command of capital will sDcure
them a handsome share of our cottou and
Tho members of GK firm aro : E. E. Clag
hom and E. H. Coates, Philadelphia; VV. F.
Herring, Augusta, and A. M. Jackson, in this
ALMOST US ACCIDENT.-The Augusta Con
8titutionalint of yesterday says: ' On Sunday
night, as the through train on the South Caro?
lina Railroad was coming slowly down tho
heavy grado on this side of Aiken, one ot' the
wheels of the rear passenger car split opon
and broke the truck. Bat for the fact o : the
train running slowly, in order to stop for wood
aud water, a most serious accident would have
occurred. AB it was, the jar of tho train was
so slight that thc passengers kuew nothing of
it until requested hy tho conductor to move
into thc next cir, himself and thc engineer
being the only persons aware of tho accident.
The train was delayed bat a few minutes, and
arrived in lime to make connection with tho
Georgia Railroad. The broken car was left
behind in charge ol a train hand."
AKBAXOEMESTS FOB THE RECEPTION OF HON.
JOHN QUIXCA* ADAMS.-At a meeting of the citi?
zens of Columbia on Monday, to mike arrange?
ments for the reception ol thc Hon. John Q.
Adams, of Massachusetts, ex-Governor Vance,
of North Carolina, and other distinguished
guests, thc following gentlemen were ap?
Committee of Reception.-Messrs. William
F. DeSaussurc. iVa'Jo Hampton, W. Wallace.
L. D. Childs, Joseph D. Popo, F. W. Mc Mas?
ter, Wm. H. Talley. John S. Green, John 1.
Committee of Arrangements.-Messrs. Jas.
G. Gibbes, Edward Hope, A. Palmer, Geo.
Symmers, Wm. Wright, L. P. Miller, Clark
Waring, Lewis Levy, R. C. Shiver.
Committee on Subscription."_First Ward
D. B. DeSaussurc, John McKenzie, Robert
Second Ward.--Messrs. Hardv Solomon,
Henry Beard, T. M. Pollock.
Third Ward.-Messrs. R. N. Lowrance, Wal?
ter Fisher, J. W. Smith.
Fourth Ward.-Messrs. Jas. Campbell. J. C.
SutphcQ, Richard Wuarn.
Por tho Couutrv.-Messrs. Wm. Stack, W.
H. Sttgh, J. P. Adams, H. P. Green, Wm. Wes?
ton, J. P. Richburg. H. I. Cau-liman, E. S.
Percival, W. H. Dent, C. 0. Marshall. W. P.
Booktor, J. D. Frost, E. D. Gillmore, S. G.
Tho Democratic State Central Executivo
Committoo publishes an invitation lo their
fellow-citizens, from all parts of the State, to
unite with them on Friday noxt, the 9th in?
stant, in a mass meeting and barbecue nt Co?
lumbia, on which occasion addresses will bo de
1 vcrod by Hon. John Q. Adams, ol' Massachu?
setts, ox-Governor Vance, of North Carolina,
and distinguished gentlemen from our own
HOTBL ARRIVALS, October 6.-Charhslon
HoU.-JT. G. McCall, Darlington, S. C.; 'Jhos.
J. Moloney, Miss S. B. Moloney, Mies lrcno
Pennington, Beaufort, S. C.; L. Chamberlain,
New York; L. G. Shepard, U. S. roveuuo cutter
Racer; J. P. Kinard, Newberry, S. C.; Ralph
E. B. Ho.vot6on, Columbia; J. C. Gillette, Au?
gusta; H. E. Lord, city; C. A. Davis, Savan?
nah; W. H. Ford, Mrs. J. B. Ford, T. C. Doery,
wife and child, New York; G. Bishop and wife,
L. E. Bishop, Detroit; Miss Wakeman, New
York; R. Biddlo, Now Jersey; T. S. Wilmarth,
Florida; Amos M. Warner, Providonco, R. I.;
Miss Hammond, Augusta, Ga.; W. A. Hauser
Louisville; B. F. Alford, city; A. M. Latham,'
Summerville, S. C.
Pavilion Hotel.-E. J. Brabham, Bamberg;
Jas. W. Sorter, Uuion; W. A. Moorland, Mount.
Tabor; W. J. Snider, St. Mathews; J. W. Ed?
wards, J. A. Salters, Williamsburg; R. Tuttle,
Pineville, W. 0. Perry, Newnan, Ga.; J. J.
Brabham, R. C. Roberts, H. A. Hoyle, J. W.
Johnson, T. J. Counts, J. 8. Bamberg, A. J.
Wcathersbee, Miss Kirkland, R. C. Kirkland,
J. M. Kirkland, Barnwell; S. R. Rapdale, Tim
monsvillo; H. C. Camigan, Wright's Bluff; V.
Smith, St. Stephens; C. E. Washburne, J. G.
Foster, Adams' Run; A. B. Addison and son,
South Caroliua; A. C. Sniffer, Colleton; C. W.
VISITORS TO NO. 133 MHBETINO-STBEET this
morning will Hud a fine lunch ot turtle soup, steaks.
a la mode beef, Fulton beef, and other delicados.
Mr. A. D. Loronz has secured a monster turtle from
Florida, which will bo .served up at No. 133 'Meeting
street iud No. 135 East Bay.
VICTORIA HOTEL.-The proprietor of this
popular house hai taken advantage of the summer
vacation to effect all needed improvements, and has
determined, in consequence of the stringency of the
times, to lower bis price of board within the reach of
alL Tho Victoria Hotel is eligibly situated in a cen?
tral part ot the city, and the host, Mr. F. Opdebceck,
thoroughly understands the art of makin: bis guests
comfortable, having been connected wiih 'he house
for tw?Ive years. His price for u-ansient boarders
has been reduced ty $2 50 per day, and $3 per week.
"YELLOW BELLI CO?TER" SOUP, boiled bass
and beet a la med-, for lunch at Torck's to-day.
MoaroTEAD BiTTEns.- These bitters can bo
had at James McKean, No. 58 Ansou-strect, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 3mos mfw
CHOICE GREEN AN? BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pouud. at Wilson's grocery, southeast co/ner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
Tf you want cheap Blank Books;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envelope-:, Paper.
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you waut Printing executed neatly;
Ii you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Bookii made to ord?r, with say desired pattern ol
ruliu.;, go to Hiram Harris, Agont, So. 5!? Brad?
E 0 S A D A LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists KvcryvluTc.
July -'3 ste J yr
TTyimsi'K it soar,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loau monoy, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner ol claims.
July 13 mwlGmo
ELEVENTH QUARTERLY REPORT
OP THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BIM OF CHARLESTO?V, S. CAROMA,
Morning of the First Monday of October, 1868.
Loans and Discounts.$033,633 ?s
Indebtedness ot' Directors... 250 0?
Due lrom National Bank?_104.844 Ol
Duo from other BanL'l aud
Baute rs. 10,050 CO
Over Profits. 611 98
Cash Items. 18 17
" , -126,455 C6
United ?tates Tonds to re
deer.) Circulating Notes.... 70.000 Ol
Other U> it ni -tates Securities 300 00
Other Stock.- and Bonds. 6,2.17 PO
. . - 76,527 CO
Banting House. 10.1UO 10
Furniture a id Fixtures. 3,il0 lo
Other Ilea) Estate. 3.6U0 00
- 17,170 50
Current Expenses. 5,200 97
Taxes paid- Intern A Revenue 1, VU 35
- 6,453 32
Legal Tender Notes.112,500 00
Specie. 6 402 00
Bills of ot'ier National Banks. 10,6'4 00
Fractional Currency. 239 37
Compound luterest Notes.... 3,460 00
- 139,255 37
Capital Stock paid in. S285,000 00
Notes m Circulation. 55,865 00
Individual Deposits. 494,348 00
Due to National Bank and Bankers_ 6,116 ll
Dividends-Unpaid. ... 420 U0
Surplus lund.39,208 30
Discounts. 8,743 5G
Exchanges. 3.727 47
luterest. 4,323 05
-CG, 002 38
WM. C. BREESE, Cashier.
/orcip dirt pomcstic paper, Stationen), &r.
No. 8 Broad and No. 109 East Bay Streets,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
FOfiW Al DOMESTIC PAPER Al
PENS, INKS, PENCILS, COPYING PRESSES, &o.
- ? - --------"--"""gi*
%f??? ?Il?j 0?\L' 'l^kf?. I
, ACCOUNl?-BOOK MANUFACTORY
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE.
AND ALL KINDS OF
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE
WHERE THEY AKE PREFABED TO DO EVERY DESCRIP?
TION OF KOOK, JOB AND FANCY PRINTING, and to manufac?
ture to order BLANK BOOKS, Kuled, Printed or Bound to any pat?
J) Hints, ?t is i detr.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PUKE WHITE LEAD
S0O0 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead.
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pure American White Zinc.
ALL OF TBE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW UT
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. T2G MEETING-STREET.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gallons Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons So. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons primo Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pure Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
000 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 CF
VARNISHES of every kind, TURPENTINE, GLASS. PUTTY, BRUSHES
COLORS, PAINTS. SA%D ANO EMORY PAPER
CROCUS CLOTH AND LEATHER BELTING.
FOR SALE LOW 3?
HOLMES & CALDER,
AnffUSt 20 2mo* No. 12C MEETING-STREET.
C. E. CLAGHORN, 1 Phlbdcl
E. H. COATE?, I pida, Ta.
HIT? F. HERRING,
A. M. JACKSON,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAG HORN, HEERING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA-, CIJA UL ESTOX, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HAYING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we at e prepared to oller tvety facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OK OCR 'J HUEE HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE marie cn all consignments when desired. Also to our friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCKHART & BEMPIEB, Liverpool, England.
October 6 BAC :IMCS
EORGE R. GA1TH4CR, JR.. Ji Cl?., "VTUMSEN, CARROLL ?V CO,
VJ 1 J>
COTTON FACTORS | PRESERVERS, PICHL!: Bs, OYSTER PACKERS, tc
AND , No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT* j Jomt Proorictcrs and Sole Agfnts for
No. 4 Camden-sjtreet, Baltimore. ? BoRI)EN!S CONDENSED MILK,
Liberal cash advances on consignment*. i prepared bv the Baltimore Condensed Mitt Compon)
June 23 I Apnl 22 * 6moi
(?llutlihij ona /arnislnng ?nobs.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 Ex^G- STREET,
Corner of Went>orth
A LAP.GE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE ST?LE3 AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO TBE VI, HAVING DIS?
POSED OF THE ENTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVER FROM LAST WINIER 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 SIG TO S25
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODSs
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASSIMERES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
POWDER GRAIN CASSIMERES
COMMEKCHL GRAY CASS?MERE3
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERL3.
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCuATS
WATERPROOF '1 WEED COATS
WATERPROOF IW. ED GLENGARIAS
INDI I RUBRER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VESTS TO M VTCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMERES SUE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CAS'jlMERI
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES, fcc., fcc
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Bots and Youths from 4
t> IS 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, STOCKS
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, Ac
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOTED FOR THEIR FITTING QUALIIIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM 82 23 TO 91 Ol).
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, TRICO I'S AND BEA?
VERS OF BLACK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHICH WILL BE MADE UP TO
ORDER IN THE BEST MANNER, UNDER
THE CARE OF A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH
PRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL BT SHOWN WITH
B, W. McTUREOUS,Siiperlntcndout.
forton Suifs. _
Assorted Dry Goods, Notions, $c.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.,
( ash Auction I!:"**-Ko 05 Hos?l-"feet?
PT 4TVWxrUeJ?JH'S BAY ot I? O'Clock,
ClorW?TXrE>.D ATwOOT.-FILLED SATINETS,
i?? A.pron C?e^s. Ginghams, Prints, Coburgs
Und-rsblrt*, Corsets, Madra1 Handkerchiefs Hosie
^raroS oT"30"' Proa* s?Tjr
Liquor, ' mS!ant> FUBi<" URE. Groceries and
Condiiionscash. _October 7
AgNrfar J'iano, Furniture of a Family, Groce?
No. 136 Meeting-street,
Will cell TO-MORROW (Thursday), 8lh iast.atlO
Particulars morning of tale. October 7
Hoots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, $c.
BY N. BUST & SON.
S DAJ' 7,h instant, at 10 o'cloc'i, in our sales?
room1' *No- 142 Meeting-streoi, wo will s.ll for cash
70 caW assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Brogans, Batan?
?is, Gjitei"'. fcc; our usual assortment of seasona?
le Goods, tu' which we invite the attention of buy
Hoists, Huhs and Vehicles at Auction.
BY B. M. MAKSHALL & BRO.
.HIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broads
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Staunton vs. A. Fitzpatrick, et al.
)n TUESDAY, the 13th October next, at II o'clock,
will be sold at the Old Customhouse.
All that hali portion of a TRACT OF LAND
:nown as "Fitzpatrick's Farm," situate on Charles
on Neck, on th? south sids of a public road leading
rom the main road to tho 0!d Ship Yard; measuring
'X acre? of high land and 6 2-10 acrei of marsh
and. and having tu. h form, metes and hounds as
ire delineated ona plat ot said Tarni, made by John
L Michel, surveyor, tho 4th ot January, 1868, and
narked on said plat AV The plat may be seen at my
Terms-One-third cash ; balance in two equal an?
nual instilments from the day of sa'e; to be secured
oy one or moro bonds and mortgages, insurance of
:be Dwelling House and assignment of tb', policy.
Purchaser to pay for pipers, stamps and taxes.
Possession given by the 1st November next.
J. W. GRAY,
September 23 w3tul Master in Rquity.
frags, Cijeraicdls, (Ctr.
S A ? C S E ? ' S T|TRE~ P olpi
Rat", Mice, fcc, fcc,
Without the unpleasant
odects arising from
their dying in their
PAS'lE. hermetically '
sealed, and warranted
to keep fresh for all
;ime3. The greatest discovery of its kind tn the age
ive live in. No person need bc troubled with Rats
Mc, Bel Bu?? or Roaches, for Mr. Isiacsen's des
iructivo reraedv is withiu the reach qi alL piopared
mly by himself, from rare and valuab e compounds,
[:s cheapness is as wonderful as ita efficacy - hun?
dreds of testimonials have been received from all
parts of tho United States aB to its value add satislac
tory opontivo power, from which, for want of space,
ire simply select tho following:
WILLAIID'S HOTEL, to ASHIXQTON, D. C., )
October 1st, 1863. J
MK. ISAACSE??-Dear Sir: Itgi?es me great pleas?
ure to testily to th" gratifying result obtained at this
Hotel through nain? your Phosphoric Piste; it is
now two years s'nee I first heard of your romedy.and
detcrrainod to give it a fair trial; that trial proved so
successful that not a traco ot Rats or Roaches have
finco been discovered, although previous to that
time we wtre completely overrun. Wishing you eveiy
success in tue useful career you havo chosen,
I remain, yours rospestfully,
JOHN WOLFE, Engineer.
For sale by DOWIE A MOISE,
Whole <alo Druggists,
No. 169 Meeting-strecct, corner Hasel,
Char'.estou, S. C.,
October 7 wfm3mos Agents lor Southera Stat?s.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE!
49>NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEN.^r
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PORE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, sa
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW?
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HKRBi AND ROOTS as will in al
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR IO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE!
All Usc It IV Mb Wonderful Success.
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BI HERS. Sold by Druggists
4?*See that our signature ia over thc cork of each,
bottle. DOWIE & MOISE.
POPRTETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August 5 (imo* Charleston, S. C.
OSAD A LIS
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
JCS- For Tcs.Imonials of remarkable
cores, see "RosadalL? Almanac" for Ulis
rBC-AUED ONLY ET
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 214 BALTMOEE-STBEET, BALTTMOBE, MD.
FOB SALE BT
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Hasol.
July 22 G mos