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THE DAILY NEWS.
fir-LAR?EST CIRCULATION".-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS BEMALN
? j sn IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSIOFFTCE LAW.
YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-The
attention of the members in directed to a call
for an oxtra meeting, at which business of im?
portance will be discussed.
SALE or REAL ESTATE.-Messrs. Marshall &
Brother sold yesterday, at private sale, a small
bouse and lot in Wall-street, near Laurens, for
$2500. _t_ \
A HINT TO EBA VELE ESS.-Strangers visiting
thc city can obtain copies of THE S?TET NEWS
every morning ut tho cigar stand in tho
ft MATCH GAME of base -ll vf ill b9 played
this (Saturday) afternoon, at thre? o'clook, be?
tween the Alert and Liberty Base Ball Clubs,
on Citadel Green.
A FIT TN THE STBEET.-Yesterday morning
a colored woman fell down in a fit in Vander
horst-street. She was unnoticed for some
rime, but was finally taken to the hospital on
a furniture cart.
THE TAX LAW.-A copy of this important
law providing for tba assessment and taxation
of property, as passed by the Legislature, has
been sent to us hy Den ?y & Perry, who have a
few eopie? of tho act for salo at their estab?
lishment in M"eeting-3treet.
KING-STREET.-A fresh layer of broken
stones is now bein? placed on this street, and
the constant travel will soon render the bed
hird and firm. The labors of the city offen?
ders in breaking stone, will be appreciated by
the public when the street repairs are com?
IMMIGRANTS ARRIVED AT BALTIMORE.-The
North German hark Orpheus, from Bremen,
arrived at Baltimore on Tuesday evening, hav?
ing on board one hundred and sixty-seven Ger?
man immigrants, all in good health. During
the passage there was one death, on infant, on
board, and one birth.
POLITICAL DISCUSSION.-By the card iu
another column, it will be seen that Messrs.
Tew, Kinloch and Venning, on behalf of the
Democratic party in Christ Church Parish,
accept the proposition of Mr. C. C. Bowen
for a free discussion of the issues of the day.
^A COOL CHANGE.-The rain of Thursday had
?the effect of suddenly cooling the atmosphere,
and yes toi day was decidedly wintry. Over?
coats were in requisition, and toward the close
of the div fires were not uncomfortable,
change of this sort generally precedes the in?
dian eummer, and we may expect to have Boon
som; glorious weather.
MOSE LIGHT.-The residents in various parts
of the city are complaining of the scarcity of J
.light, the lamps, like angel's visits, being
.few and far between. Many of the streets are
badly paved, and can only be made safe
by abundant light. A petition to the City
Council might do some good. More light is
A CHARMING SUNDAY SCHOOL PBOGBAMME is
promised to-morrovr afternoon at Trinity
.tOjhaxebu The singing of children, always de?
lightful, is truly so in that school; added to
-which will be the instruction from maturer
minds, combined with addresses from the
boys.- This last feature, at least, never fails to
.attract and interest the yenng folk.
AMUSEMENTS AHMAD.-Templeton, with his
-company, opens the dramatic season at Hi?
bernian Hail on Monday next, the 12th inst.
His corps is entirely reorganized-the Vane
?sisters being the only favorites of the old com?
pany who oro retained in the new.
Sk i ff I Gaylord's Ethiopian Min?strete, who
have boon playing with great eclat in the West?
ern cities, have engaged the Hibernian Hall
for six nights, commencing with the 23d inst.
So our couutry friends may come to Charleston
without any apprehension of their evenings
being dulL ' _
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 9.- Cnarleeion H:
tel.-Geo. H. Jones, Augusta; W. T. J. O.
Woodward, South Carolina; B. B. Bridges and
Wm, Mcltae, North Carolina; J. H. Van Als tine,
New Orleans; Geo. G. Hull, New York; J. Allen
Duncan, South Carolina; A. C. Hally, Oriville.
Pavilion Hotel.-E. A. Cohen, A. H. S-.-hu
maker, J. T. Foster, city; Jas. A. Porteus, New
York; M. Loadba.lt, S JU h Carolina; George A.
Byrne, Ashville, N. C.; Mrs. M. D. Niles and
M. D. Niles, New York; Jas. O. Ladd, Sommer- |
ville; D. Matheson, South Carolina; J. W. L.
Smith, Monroe, Ga.
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WILLIAMSBURG.
At a meeting of this Club, held at Kingstree
on Monday, the 5th instant, the following gen
tlemen were elected to represent this Club in ^
?thc emoting of the State Central Club, to be ;
held at Columbia on the - instant : John '
Nettles, of Saltos Democratic Club; D. E. Gor?
don, of Mount .Hope Democratic Club; Dr. S.
D. M. Byrd, of Myersville Damocratric Club; B.
?C.Logan, of Kingstree Democratic Club; Dr.
Z. R. Pulm?n, of Cades' Democratic Club;
Tb08. B. Grier, of Muddy Creek Democratic
Club; Martin Eaddy, of Prospect Democratic
.Clio; Thos. N. Britton, of Black Mingo Demo?
cratic Club; Dr. Isaao W. Graham, of Sutton's
Democratic Club; W. S. Candia, of Anderson
THE FOLLOWING amount of coal was weighed
. at the public sales for the month of September,
H. F. Biker & Co.124 tons.
-CW, Peignions. 223% toas.
F. P. 8eiguioue. 232% tons.
. J. S. Horlbeck. 61% toni.
Buda & Blake.....167 tona
J. lienken. 16 tons.
W. Johnson. 17% toni.
Total. 845 tons,
'Calieron, Barkley A Co. 69% tons
Wm. Johnson. 27% tons.
F. P. Seiguious . tons.
TOU1... 09 tons.
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Leitch &
Brans sold on Thursday, for Louis McLain, As?
signee, a lot of land, with the buildings, on
Meeting-slreet, upper wards, measuring eighty
feet front by oue hundred and forty feet deep",
A lot, with the bniMings, on tho south side
of Woolfe-sticct, measuring forty-three leet
front by one hundred feet deep, for $2000.
A lot, with tho house and outbuildings, on
the east side of Meeting-street, upper wards,
measuring forty feet front by one hundred|and
forty-two toot six inches deep, for $2800.
The terms in each case were one-third cash,
and thc balance in one and two years.
In reportina these sales yesterday the prices
stated were incorrect, and as will be seen by
comparison, far below the sams realized by
INSTALLATION.- The First Baptist Church of
this city some timo since ?xtonded a call to
the Rev. Wm. H. Williams, of Ricbmoud, Va.
This was accepted, and the installation ser?
vices will be performed to-morrow morning.
The installation sermon will be preached by
the Rev. E. T. Winkler, of tho Citadel Square
Church, and the charge and prayer will bo
offered by the Rev. J. A. Chambliss, of the
8econd Baptist Church, of Richmond.
THE LIVEBPOOL AND CHARLESTON STEAMSHIP
LINE.- It is with great pleasure that we refer
our readers to the announcement in anot'ier
column by Mossrs. Robert Muie <fc Co., that
the long sought direct steam communication
between this port and Liverpool is at length an
accomplished fact, and that the first-class
steamship Golden Horn will leavo Liverpool
this day for Charleston direct, a'td will bo
ready to load for Liverpool on or abo t the first
of November. This, wc tra >t, is but thc dann
of a new era in the commercial prosperity of
BUSINESS.-Notwithstanding tho dull, dis?
agreeable weather, the business prospects still
continue bright. Tho lists of hotel arrivals
show the names of many p ombout country
merchants, and the hctcls present a sccuo of
more life and activity than they have dono for
months past. On Hayne and Meeting streets
the appearance of the large wholesale stores is
very encouraging. The sidewalks are crowded
with goods ready for shipment, and the gleam?
ing lights at night tell of the business dono
during tho day. On Eabt Bay the piospcct is
equally cheering, and this thoroughfare is fre?
quently BO crowded with merchandise of vari?
ous kinds as to check the hurrying to and fro
of the crowds who consult THE NEWS bu'letins
or have business in our counting-room.* The
cotton merchants and factors, who bari been
"down in the mouth" for somo days, wore
shining faces yesterday-cotton was up. Tho
reporta from abroad were favorable, and for?
tunes were in store for bold speculators. The
day closed with a cold, misty rain, but as tho
business horizon is bright, bad woather is not
apt to produce the blues.
THE COUBTS.-BE?OEE' MB. JUSTICE WILLARD.
IN CHAMBERS-OCTOBEB 9.-In the last Janua?
ry tenn of the Court of Common Pleas, a case
of trover, for the recovery of a horse, was
tried before Judge F. J. Moses. Mr. R. M.
Butler claimed a horse in the possession of
Mr. James Cosgrove, and suit was brought to
obtain the same. John Phillips, Esq., appear?
ed for Mr. Butler, and M. P. O'Connor for Mr.
Cosgrove. The case was decided in favor of
tbo plaintiff, and an appeal being taken, tho
decision of the lower court was sustain?
ed. The sheriff was ordered to pro?
ceed, but the defendant referred tho mat?
ter to the military authorities, who com?
manded the proceedings stayed until fur?
ther orders. No action was then taken until
the readmission of the State into the Union,
when Mr. Cosgrove placed the case in the
hands of D. T. Corbin, Esq. An injunction
was then obtained by Mr. Corbin to stay the
judgment, and a rule was served on Mr. Phil?
lips to show cause why the judgment should
not be vacated. A return to this rule was
made by Mr. Phillips, and tho case argued be?
fore Justice Willard in Chambers yesterday.
The decision was reserved.
How TO ADVERTISE SUCCESSFULLY-An indi?
vidual who had made a fortune by advertising,
lately delivered a lecture on "How to adver?
tise," which is fully reported in tho Northern
papers. Wo make the following extracts:
The proper way to advertise was to advertise
one thing at a time, as for instance-sugar!
gugari SUG?B. People would have their at?
tention arrested by that one word, and they
would buy sugar. The result would bo that a
large business would be established. But if
people advertise all they bad to sell they would
not succeed, because their advertiscuiont
would not be read. This was so with every?
thing. If yon are a dry goods merchant, silks
or some other article must bo advertised, and
that alone. An excitement must bo made, and
business would follow.
The merchants of Europe beat us in adver?
tising. They frequently spend $100,000 por
year for advertisements. A. T. Stewart ad?
vertised his cotton goods alone all over tho
Union. Hr. Bonner onco wont to Mr. Ben?
nett, of the New YorkHsrald, au 1 asked if ho
could nave three pageBin to-morrow's paper
for his advertisement of the Ledger. The an?
swer was, jes-, if he could pay a double price
be could have all ho wanted. I'pon which Mr.
Bonner said that he would tnko the whole
paper. The consequence was that thc Horald,
the next day, nad nothing but Mr. Bonner's
advertisment of the Ledger in it. On one
page, in large letters, it was stated that an
article written by Honry Word Beecher would
be in the Ledger, and eu on through ibo whole
eight pages. Mr. Bonnor did not advertiso all
ho had to sell, bnt only attracted' attention to
Advertise not only in thc best place in the
paper, bnt io the best papers published. Ad?
vertise only one thing at a time, and take a
whole page for it; or if advertisements aro
short, put thom in th 3 best pUce, even if it
costs four tunes as much. Tho great advan?
tage of having a large column advei tiscuiont
in a good place in a paper was that it covered
other advertisements; people could not help
seeing it. But advertisements must bc fre?
quent; a Bingle advertisement would have no
effect. They must be repeated till the name of
the advertiser became welt koo wu. No vcr have
a poor job of advertising none. Cheap work
never paid; get the best job you can. Uso tho
best material that can bo had, and have no half?
way work about it.
To THE PBOPEBTY-HOLDBRS AND MEN OF
BUSINESS OF THE LITT OF CHABLESTON.-The
ilarion Fire Engine Company appeal to their
fellow-citizens for aid in releasing them from a
lebt incurred in the public sen-ice.
The Company has beon in existence fornoar
y thirty years. Daring that time it has prof
'ered its readiness to respond to any call of
luty. The records of the Fire Department, the
esjimony of the Board of Firem asters, the his?
tory of the Company, can show how theso pro?
fessions were fulfilled. Recognising the pro?
cess of the age, an! the incroasod necessities of
he city, they made an effort and procured a
irst-class steam engine iu the place of their old
land engine The benefits accruing from this
bange are recognized by all citizens. For this
'aloable engine the Company is now em har?
assed by debt. Besides this, their engine
touse, which, from the origin of the Company 1
0 the present time,has been used for the public
;ood wituout one dollar of appropriation from
ht City Council, is now much dilapidated aud
;oiug to d;cay. They imo done all in their .
lower; but the numerous demands falling upon
. few have exhausted their ability. Thc 1
lompany are utterly unable to meet their
messing necessities without tho aid of
be community. They feel assured that a
onerous publio will assist thcui to the extent
f its ability. Placed as they are in charge, of <
populous and valuable portiou of the city,
lioy are willing to devote their best energies j
5 its protection. All that they ask is that the
ommuuity will not permit th.nr property to
ill into decay, or the good name of tho com- i
any to Buffer under an inextricable bond of
The und?rsigned committee will watt upon
he citizoi s and receive their contributions:
C. C. Barkley, President; T. .s. S gwald, Vtcc
?resident; T. R. Aldrich, Sunroou; A. J. Jagor, ?
Yeasurer; M. Harris, T. Danaiug, W. Minzeu
With mrch pleasure I endorse tho appeal^
he Marion Fire Engine Company, aud earn
stly solicit the aid asked for from a generous
ommunity. M. H. NATHAN,
Chief Fire Department.
OLD JAIL BLEDS BECJQED.-The jail delivery
that took place a few days'since, turned loose
a score of idle vagabonds to prey upon tho
citizens. Some of the number have already
commenced their depredations. On Thursday
night the house of Captain Hammer, at the
cornor of New and Broad streets, was entered
and robbed of various articles of wearing ap?
parel. Tho thieves were soon trapped by the
detectives, and recognized to bo old offenders
and a part of tho gang released from jail.
HTJSINKW- vo TICKS.
A CHANCE FOK EPICURE-". Thc lovers of good
rhecr will find at Fcreni aeh's saloon, during lunch
hours to-day, roast mutton, from New York, savory
stew, shrimp salad, end other delicacies.
BOAST PIG and delicious soup will bo thc
luuch attractions at '-Our House," cornor of Qucen
struet and tho Bay this morning.
PRIVATE BOARDING. - Parties in quest of
comfortable and nicely furuhib.d rooms, with hoard,
are referred to tho advertisement oi Mrs. M Uer, No.
CEN m AL SHOE HOUSE.-Atteiitiou is called
to tho advertisement of our young and enterprising
citizens, Messrs. Lyons & Murray, of the 'Ventral
Boot and Shoe Bouse," No. 78 Murket-sticet, near
Meeting, who will be found fully prepared lo saiisfy
purchasers both in quali y and prices. Their store
wiU be found neally arranged for tho reception of
all who may favor tuena with a call.
CONLINS CELEDEVTED PIG HAMS.-\Yru. S.
Corwin & Co., No. 257 King-street, have received
this week a supply or the ubovo ham?, ranging from
fivo to ten pounds, which are warranted strictly
prime, and w it give satisfaction. Prime goshen
butter received ever week oy steamer. 2
CHEAP APPLES.-Mrs. C. D. Kenrick, No. 83
Market-street, has a large stock of Une Northern
apples, which will bc sold from sixty-five couts to
one dollar per peck, end from twenty io thirty-fivo
cents per dczen. Thia ia a good chance for an
INTERNAL BB VENUE STAMPS,
Of all denomination?.
Kept on ha'id anil for n le, by
HUGER A- GAVEN EL,
No. Gd Ea-I Bay, corner i.x:hauge-s rr et,
October 1 thstulmo
CHOICE CREEN ANU BLACK Ti AS, one dollar
per ponnd, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap stationery, Envelopes, Taper,
.'cc; or Miller's Almruac;
Jt you nant Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ordT, with auv desired pattern ol
rulin0', go to Hiram Harris, agent, No. M Broad
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Have, by
LKSESNE A WELLS, No. 10 Br.ad-street.
October 2 Imo
_loots, Sijofs, ?tr.
Cheap for Cash !
CENTRAL SHOE HOUSE.
LYONS & MURRAY,
MA.RKET-ST., NFAR MEETING
BEING ENABLED TO
PAY CASH FOR ALI. TH ICI lt GOODS,
WiU dispose of them at Retail for a VERY SMALL
PROFIT. All wa want is a ca 1, and we ara satisfied
we can p e.?o customers both in quality and prices.
October ll) 1
RA WO IS" G7~C All
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WILL CONTINDE THE ABOVE BUSINESS.
?5? Office corner of South Atlantic Wharf ?.nd Ex
changostroct._wslmo September 30
TY I Bl* KY & CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
?Vos. 143 and 145 EAST BAY.
Vossels chartered and Freights procured.
J O H ?I D . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-street,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS I\ THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSIING OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and other*. Also, the
SELLING AND RES 1TNG, AND COLLECTION OF
REN ta OF HOUaES. Ac._October 1
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERENAL PROPERTY
NO. 2 7 BROAD-STREfciT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. ft WARING, Esq.
GRANGE S 1M O H S ,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
IMHcc in Planter.-.' a a .1 Mechanics' Bank
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 3S MON f AGUE-S tit ELT.
JFf ICE HOURS FRO M 10 TO ll A. M., AND i}< TO
5J-i O'CLOCK I', il.,
Bat wiU ?Hat Office* or P. iv it?) Residences when
desired, if inf ruled hy uo.e or otherwise.
Special attention will bc ??ven to thc collection of
RENTS, BI LS ASM OU (STANDING1 CLAIMS.
September 23 Imo
jyTHRTII, STEELE ?S: WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FANCY G O O D -a ,
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, 1 TITLER Y,
HO?LERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHU'E GOODS, EMB OID ER f, Ac, &c,
Ao. 167 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELK. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Ju. New York.
Scptcn-ber 15 3mos
ENGLISH SPORTING GUNS.
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE AT LOW
GUOD ENGLISH DOUBLE ANDSINGLE
Made expressly to order, with Twisted Barrels and
BOW GUNS OF ALL SIZES. A??D WARRANTED
A vcy fine assortment of
ENGLISH POWDER FLASKS
SHOT POUCHE*. PERCUSSION CAPS,
WADS, GUNPOWDER AND SHOT.
>o 62 East Bay,
Agent for the sale of Gnllctt's Patent Saw Cotton
Gins, and Brinloy Puteut Kentucky Ploughs.
Shirts Qit?) /amtsl}iag ?oato.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
OR MADE TO ORDER WITH PROMPT?
NESS, PUNCTUALITY AND
THE SHIRTS OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
staud unrivalled for precision of cut, quality of ma?
terial, and faithful worbinamhlp. Thc best assort?
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
in tho city, 1n the latest styles, viz: FANCY AND
BLACK. SILK AND TAFFETA, 8CABFS, HES,
BOWS, CRAVATS acd Si'BLNG STOCKS, in till va?
riety of fabric, siylc and shape.
NOVELTIES CONSTANTLY ARRIVING !
SUSPENDERS AND BRACES in all styles, of Do?
mestic, French and English manufacturo
Towles" Patent Elliptic Suspender
Kid, Cloth, Buck and Dogskin Gloves and Gaunt?
White, Brown and Mixed Cotton and Merino Half |
Linen and Pap^r Collars, all styles, in great variety.
IN GREAT VARIETY', VIZ
MERINO, LAMBSWOOL. AND 8ILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Canton r-launel and Jean Undershirts onJ Drawers
Negligo Travelling Shirts
Drawers of every kind
Hosiery, iu Cotton and Wool
Handkerchiefs r. adv hoT med.
And every other laacy necessary to a gentlemans
MW PURCHASERS ARE RESPECTFULLY IN?
VITED TO EXAMINE THE STO. K OF
TWO DOORS FROM MARKET-STREET,
Next door to Ln Criolla Cigar Store, op?
posite Market Hall.
October 8 thstulmo
faints, ?ils, Ctr.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
No. 303 EaU ?ny Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING liEi'NDS OF WHIT:-. LEAD, which are
copyrighted and hear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO:S: STONEWALL, WANDO,
CniCORA AND ETTWAN.
WM. IL B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE LRAND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 nae stu th 3mos
(Clothing ant iiiniislpj (Uooiis.
FI1 FILL CLOTfllKG.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth.
A LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOTS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE STYLES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THEM, HAYING DIS?
POSED OF THE ESTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVER FROM LAST WINTER AND RE?
PLACED, BY NEW AND FASHIONABLE
STYLES OF GARMENTS. SUCH AS WILI
BE WORN THIS COMING SEASON, ANE
AT LOW TRICES.
BUSINESS SUITS AT F HO iii SIG TO SZS
OF TKP NHJ/jLOWIXU GOODS i
SILK MIXED COATINGS
r*VCY TBICOT CASSIMEF.ES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
POWDER GRAIN CASSIMERES
COMMEUCUL GRAY CASSTMERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERLS,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAYER OVERCOATS
WATEBPBOOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TWr.ED GLENGARIAS
INDIA RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VES IS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CA3SIMERES, SIDE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHEBIOT CASSIMEBES, Ac, Ac.
BOYS ?ND ?01THS' CLOTuMfi,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Bojs and Youths from 4
18 Years Old,
IN GREAT VARIETY, VIZ:
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
AND DR AWERS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
tCARFS, NECK TIES, STOCK-?
KID AND BEAVEB GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, Ac
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NO 1 ED FOR THEIR FITTING QUALITIES
AND UOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM 09 35 TO ?4 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
5UrrLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOSr CHOICE GOODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORTATION?, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM, ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI
MERES, DOESKINS, TRICOTS AND BEA?
UTERS OF BLACK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHICH WILL BE MADE UP TO
JRDER 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 BE SHCWN WITH
9. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
(Ortung aub /arn?s^tog ?ao?is.g
STORE TO BE VACATED,
WE HAVE MARKED DOW* OUR EN?
TIRE STOCK OP
HEYS AND BOYS' CLOiM
WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT AT
IR E T .A. I L
WITHIN THE NEXT
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING HAS BEEN MANU?
FACTURED by ourselves expressly for our Retail
Trade, aud every article sold will be warranted to
As we ore obliged to vacate t:ie Store on the first
of November, we have marked thc Goods at prices
that must insure an immediate Kale.
Cur friends and customers arc reminded that on
carly selection lrotn the Stock will secure the prosi?
est bargains, as many of the Goods are marked to
sell at LESS J HAN HALF THE ACTUAL VALUE.
LIM OF FO??iurR AND CLOSING TRICES
LOT OF OVER SACKS, formerly eold at S20 to
$25, now.?15 00
LOT OF OVER SACKS, formerly sold at $16 to
$18, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK DRESS FROCK', foimerly
sold at $25 to $45, now. 20 00
LOT OF FROCK SACKS, formerly sold at $16
lo $20, now. 12 00
LOT OF HEAVY CASSIMERE SACKS, former
ly sold at 318 to 120, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK CLOTH AND TRICOT
SACKS, formerly EO.d at ? 23 to $25, LOW. ... 16 00
LOT OF BLACK AND DAIIK MIXED SACKS,
formerly sold at ?15 to $20, now. 12 00
LOT OF BLACK AND FANCY MIXED SACK'S
formerly sold at $12 to SIC, now. 8 00
LIGHT AND D tRK MIX LD SKELETON
SACK5, formerly sold at $8 to $12, now. 5 00
1 LACK FRENCH DOESKIN PANIS, formerly
sold at $12, now. 10 00
BLACK DOEs?KlN PANTS, lormcrly told at
$8, now. 6 00
TWO HUNDRED PAIR ALL WOOL CASSI?
MERE PANTS, tormorly sold at $8 to $10,
nov.. . 5 00
TWO HUNDRED PAIR ALL WOOL CASSI?
MERE PANTS, formerly sold at $10 lo $12,
now. C 50
VESTS TO MATCH.$2 to $4 00
LOT DARK CLUE PANTS, formerly ?old at
$6 50, now. 4 00
BLACK CLOTH VESTS, formerly sold at $5 to
SC, now. 3 50
SCOTCH CASSIMERE SUITS-ENGLISH
WALKING COAT, PANTS AND VEST, for
morly sold at S;'8, now. 25 00
A LARGE INVOICE OF
Selling at bair thc cost to manufacture.
WHITE SHIRTS, fernery at $3 to ?0 50,
WUI IE S 'iLETS, formeily at $2 50, now. 1 To
WHITE JEAN DRAWERS, formerly at $1 60,
now. 1 00
WHITE LTNEN DRAWER5, formerly at $2,
now. 1 00
WAITE MOSLIN AND BROWN JEAN, for?
merly SI, now. 50
MERINO UNDER SHIRTS, formerly $1 50 to
$2, now. 1 0?
MERINO DRAWERS, formerly $2 to S3, now.. 1 00
LINEN COLLARS, foroicrly $2 6J per dozen,
LINEN FINISH PAPER COLLARS, 33 cents
per box, non'. 25
SILK SCABFS, Tits AND BOWS. 60 cents to
Si 50, now. 25
ALL OUR FURNISHING GOODS AT
CORRESPONDING LOW PRICES.
Thc clothing is a!i of our own manufacture, and
warranted in evorj particular. We have marked
our Steck at thc abovo low prices, as our business
in Charleston ia positively TO BE CLOSED UP.
Couutry Merchants purchasing Clothins ?ill find
it to their advantage to inaki a selection from tur
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS ? PARKER,
Nc. 270 KING.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 29 "
Desirable King-street Store, known as No. 487.
W. Y. LEITCH & E. 8. BRUNS.
Will be sold, on TTESDAT. 13ih inslant, at the Old
Postoffi.-e, at ll o'clock.
That desirable TWO STOUT WOODfcN HOUSE
AND ??TORF. known as Ko. 487 Kind-street. Said
sto-c U well finished, and contains gos fixtures and
shelving. Lot measures twenty-five feet iu iront,
by one hundred and sixty-two feet In depth, more or
Terra:- cash. Purchaser to pay us tor papers and
Tenement Stores, King street, known as Nos.
W.T. LEITCH & rt S.BRUNS,
Will be sold, on TUESDAY. 13th instant, at thc Old
Poste face, at ll o'clock,
That desirable TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE,
containing two stores, known as Nos. '.'5 and 2?.\,
King-street Lot measures 36feet fro t by 1J6 lett
in depth, more or less.
Terms cash. Purenaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. October 10 -
Lot in Spring-street and Tun Acre Farm near
BY HUTNON LEE,
Will bo sold, at the corner of Bro?d and East Bay
Streek, on "iUESLAY, October 27, at ll o'clock A.
One undivided half-interest in tba* LOT OF LAND,
with the 'Uddings thereon, shunted on tl c north
ride ot Spring-street, one door west at Ashley-street,
measuring 329 feet iront ok Spring-street, 244 feet
on back line and 319 feet deep, be thc same more or
AB that TRACT OF LAND, containing ten (10)
acres, adjacent to the Village of Somme ville, being
apaitof the "Mill Tract," conveyed by James Tup?
per, Haster in Equity, to Wm Dud, trustee of Mrs.
Martha P. Mood . nd children; bounding to the north
on lands now or tate of Beekmau McCdl. trustee;
eas: on landa now or late of LOT. I' inp Gadsden,
and south and west on lands uow or late of Daniel
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, se?
cured hy bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay lor
p .pers and stamps. J. B. BIs>ELL,
October 10 stuG Asricnce.
No. 6 West-street at Private Sale.
BY R. H. MARSHAL & BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers, tv'o. 33 Broad-street.
Ihe above well-finished RESIDENCE and large
Outbuildings, with Cistern, oas. Ac. (rented tor
SSOJI, will be sold reasonably, for change of invest?
ment sw October 10
Prufls, Chemicals, Ctr.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE!
D3?NO BITTERS EQUAL TO MIKM...?
TEE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PU?E LIQUOR, HERBS AND R00T8, so
well kuown in Pharmacy :
PERUVIAN BARK. CHAMOMILE FLOW?
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And euch other HERBS AND ROOTS as will In
c-ses assist Digestion, promote the nco eli ins of
system in the natural channels, and ?ive
TOS'E AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD MALE AUB FEM A
All Use lt With AV o ri lc; f ?il > ucees
BEINGS COLOR 1
TO TUE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FATE AND ('ARE-WOBN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVE 3 AND CBE
TRY TEEM. USE NO OTHER,
Ask for SUMTER BIIIEtts. Sold by Druggists
tTm'?Qc that our aigaa'urc is over tho cork of each.
bottle. DOWIK& MOISE.
POPTilETOBS AND WHOLESALE DRU3GIST8",
Augu?t 5 6mo* Charleston, S. C.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
?3~ For Tes. imo ii i ul H of remarkable
cures, see "Rosauali3 Almanac" for tikis
FBEPAKEP ONLY BI
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 2M BALTniOHE-STBEET, BALTIMORE, Ml).
FOR SALE BY
DO WI IC & MOISE,
No. 169 Meeting-street, cerner Hasel.
July 22 6mos
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists KTerywheic.
July 28 nie ITT
KAISERLICHE B I? U I* i? JU I If F
For sale by E. H. KELLER:? A CO..
September 18 Na 131 Meeting-street.
Jp E V E lt AND AGDB.
NO MORE CHILLS 1 NO MORE FEVER I
OJ A?D GET
THE GREAT SOUTHERN FEVER AND
(Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLERS h. CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,;
No. 131 Meeting-street,
CHARLE-ION, 8. C