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THE DAILY NEWS.
gg* LARGEST CIRCULATION--THE DAILY
SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
. PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
.1UCTION SALES 2HIS DAY.
CAMPBELL, ENOS ft Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, Hasel-street, shop
goods, brogans, ?tc.
' J. T. HUMPHREYS will sell at 10 o'clojk, at his
office, Broad-street, two milch cows.
J. A. EXSLOW & Co. will sell at ll o'clock,
on Uniou wharf, the Bchooner Herald, with her
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER will sell at
quarter-past 10 o'clock, at their office, Broad
.street, horses, furniture, hardware. ftc.
N. HUNT <fc SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
their ?toro, Meeting-street, boots, shoes, bro?
PERSONAL.-General Meade passed through
? Columbia o n Saturday, en rouie for Haleigh,
APPOINTMENT.-Augustus E. Cohet, Esq.,
has been appointed by the Governor of Georgia
?Commissioner of Deeds for Georgia in the
State of South Carolina.
PREPARING FOR THE CONTEST.-Large pack?
ages of books and registration papers are now
"being sent by express to the different hoards
in the State. Many of the bundles are put up
in an insecure manner, and it would not be
-surprising if tho contents were scattered before
thev reached their destination.
ASPHALTUM SIDEWALKS.-The new asphal
tum sidewalk, which was ordered to be laid in
Line-street, between King and Meeting, has
been completed by Captain Hibenicht, tho
-contractor. There is now a firm level walk
leading to the depot, and this portion of Line
street has been [otherwise improved by raising
the bed of the street.
THE DAILY PROGRAMME.-The" reopening of
the theatre hos revived the Daily Programme,
a small business paper issued by Mr. James
W. McMillan, at No. 33 Hayne-street. The
Frogramme contains not only the theatrical
bill for ihe evening, but a column of witty say
ings and several advertisements, which at once
attract tho attention of the reader. It is dis?
tributed freely at the hotels and in the street
cars, and all visitors to the theatre can obtain
. copies at the door.
THE POLITICAL DERATE IN CH BAST CHURCH
PARISH.-Mr. C. C. Bowen having accepted the
invitation of the committee from Christ Church
Parish to meet them in public debate on the
17th instant, the Six Mile Church was selected
as the spot, and invitations have been sont to
-several prominent speakers to be present on
the occasion. Hon. J. B. Campbell, Colonel B.
H. Rutledge and E. W. Seymour, Esq., aro ex?
pected from this city. Judge Aldrich has also
been invited. Every arrangement bas been
mad2 to secure a large attendance, and vehi?
cles will be in waiting at Mount Pleasant to
convey tho invited guests to the church.
THE DECISION OF MB. CHIEF JUSTICE WIL?
LARD IN THE Quo VTARRANTO CASE.-Judge
Willard rendered his decision yesterday at
chambers in the quo wnrran'.o ci89 concern?
ing the Clerk of the. Court. As every one ex?
pected, the decision was the same as in the
. similar case recently tried in Columbia, and
a writ of ouster was granted against John W.
Mr. Brownfield is at present sick in Sum
mer ville, and the writ will not be served until
?to-day. The accounts of the office hare all
been made np, and lhere will bj no difficulty
attending tho transfer of the books and re
.cords. It is understood that Mr. Richmond
will retain Mr. Jacob Williman, who has long
filled the position of deputy cleik.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Leitch ft
Bruns sold yesterday a two-story wooden
house and store known as No. 437 King-street,
the lot measuring twenty-five feet Iront, by
.one hundred and sixty-two feet deep, for $2375
A two-story wooden house .and two stores
known os Nos. 23 and 25i King-street, the lot
measuring thirty-six feet front, by one hundred
and thirty-six feet deep, for $2055 cash. Z
They also sold for James W. Gray, Esq.,
Master in Equity, the tract of land on Edisto
Island known as the Presbyterian Church
Plantation, containing two hundred and twen?
ty-one and three-quarter acres, for $1000, one
fourth cash, the balance in three equal annual
in st i]m cats.
HON. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS-A PEN AND INK
'SKETCH.-Owing to the indisposition of Mr.
Adams during: his short stay in Columbia, he
was compelled to remain so completely retired
from public view, that a pen and ink sketch of
his personal appearance may not be unaccep?
table to our readers.
His appearance at the first sight is not pre?
possessing. He is short and square shoulder?
ed, wears tight pantaloons and a short coat,
his hair is brown and very short, and his com
plexion is florid. He wears no beard, ^7hi8ker8
nor moustache, and the constant use of eye?
glasses gives him an appearance of affectation,
His di ess, however, is remarkably clean and
neat, without the least ostentation, and his
manner is that of a well-bred gentleman. A
-single opportunity of bearing him in public,
-or fit;eon minutes' conversation on matters of
public interest, is enough to convince any one
that he i > not only a well-informed man and
deep thinker, but clear-headed a:.d cool, with
.complete command over himself, and a ready
appreciation of any situation, however unex
BILL OF MORTALITY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Dropsy, from Hepatic Dis?
stomach, cancer ot...
Want cf Vitality.
Total.I 3| 4I o| 2?
Whites, ll; Blacks and Colored, 14-Total, 25.
Under 1 year of age... 7 Between 50 and CO yrs. 2
BetwceD land 3 yrs... 2 Between 60and 70 yr?. 2
Between 5 and 10 yrs.. 1 Between 70 and 80 yrs. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 3 Between SO and 90 yrs. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 1 Between 90and 100 yrs. 0
Between 30 and 40 j rs. 1 Over 100 years of aze. .0
Between 40 and 50 vrs.. 6
Offlce of City Registrar. October 13,1868.
GEORGE S. P?L -EB, M. D., City Registrar.
"RELIABLE" RIP VAX WINKLE.-Oar venera?
ble neighbor, the Conner, yesterday printed a
report of Mr. Adams' speech in Columbia, that
iras only second iu fullness and interest to the
telegraphic report contained in THE NEWS.
This was a very creditable bit of enterprise on
;he part of our ancient contemporary; but, not
content with simply publishing the speech, it
nuat needs place it under tho head '"By Tele?
graph," and prefaco it with a grandiloquent in
xoduction dated at Columbia, and profes
iing to narrate the incidents of the meetinp
The "dispatch" in question innocently states
hat the speeches were delivered in the Park,
hat Ex-Governor Vauce, General Gariington,
Sx-Governor Perry and Colonel Thomas occu?
red places upon the stand, and that Mr.
\dams was introduced by General Wade
Hampton. The3e statements coulaiu some
rifling errors. In the first place, the speeches
vere not delivered in the Park at all, but iu
karolina Hall, as stated in the special telegram
:o THE NEWS. Then, Ex-Governor Vance was
not present on the occasion, nor General Gar
ington, nor Ex-Gt>vernor Perry, nor Colonel
Thomas. And lastly, Mr. Adams was not in?
troduced by General Hampton, but by tho Hon.
vV. F. DeSaussure, the president of the moet
These inaccuracies, however, will read ly be
sxcused, when the fact is taken into conside?
ration that no portion of the Courier's report
;pme over the wires at all. The mail train
Drought the speech, and the rest had its origin
n the fertile imagination of those who make
;he "Map of busy life."
THE THEATBE.- There was a full house last
light to witDess the performanca of ' Still
SVater Runs Deep" by the Templeton Troupe.
Mice Vane as "Mrs. Stornhold" sustained lier
?veil earned reputation as au actress of more
han ordinary merit, and she was well support
id by John Templeton and Isabella Vane, as
'Mr. and Mrs. Mi dmay." The after-piects
vere well done, and the audience showed their
ipprecialion of the efforts of the company, both
n the play and the minstrel performances, by
oud and repeated applause.
The large number -A strangers now in the
;ity patronize the theatre liberally, and it is a
gratifying fact that the enterprise o? Slr. Tem?
pleton meets with encouraging success.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 13_Charleston
Hotel.-James Montgomery, Greenville; G. M.
rhew, Augusta; D. A. Williams, Georgia; T.
D. Lipscomb, Abbeville; Joseph Gay, Bonnetts
rille; B. 0. Duncan and wife, Newberry; J. C.
Robinson and wife, Florida; J. Urquhart and
(rife, Augusta; Mrs. Worthington, '?reenville;
Miss Foster, Edgefield; Dr. a ad Mrs. G. A.
Qnimby and child, New York; W. J. Crossmere,
Sumter; Amos P. Mullholland, New York; T.
D. Gillespie, cits J. A. Carlisle, Union; Wm.
3. Richardson, Boston; Theo. P. Malloy, Che
raw; James Watson and wife, Marion; T. S.
Lapham, Georgia; W. T. J. O. Woodward, Che
raw; B. T. Alford, city.
Pavilion Holtl.-'L. Cooper, Bishopville; B.
f. Singleton, IVvl.-uy; James 0. Meredith,
3. and C. Railroad; George A. Oates, Augusta;
D. Louis, Orangeburg; J. P. Weatbersbe, Mrs.
Pritchard and Mrs. Dunn, Augusta; D. H. Rice
md eon, Bamberg; W. A. Evans and ti. C.
Evans, Chesterfield; Asa Godbold, Marion; M.
B. Stanley, Marion; John W. Gaillard, North
sastcrn Railroad; C. S. Raysor, South Carolina.
THE BARBECUE AT ORANGEBUBQ.-The
]>ran:rebnrg News in pnblishing a full reporto!
he proceedings and speeches at thc late suc
;c88ful barbecue, forgot to mention the fact
hat its report was taken bodily from tho col
tnins of THE CHABLESTOX NEWS. Our lade*
atitrable reporter at Orangoburg was doubt
ees surpris9d to find the fruit of his labors so
inoeremouiouply borrowed by our generally
HATS AND CAPS-LATEST STYLES.-Hats,
lata, hats-hats for the rich and hats for the poor,
lats for the old and ha's for the young, and hats for
hose who are neither old or young-hats high and
?ats low, both in shape and price, hats square and
lats round, and a few three-corncr.Hl ones, hats
lappy and hats smooth, hats soft and hal 8 bard, bats
arge and hats small, and bats of medium sizes. Hats
?Ith broad brims and hats with narrow brims, bats
sith soft brims and hals with stiff brims, and bats
with no brinn at all. In sboi't, hats of every de
icription, and suveral styles new under thc sun,
Solomon to the contrary notwithstanding, and caps
lltto, to be had at wholesale in lots to suit the trade,
it the lowest market priers, at the large and well
docked establishment of Mr. F. Horsey, in Hayue
EDUCATIONAL.-Particular attention is di
fected to the advertisement ol Mrs. Laurens' board
mr and day school for young ladies, at the corner of I
Wentworth and Rutledge streets. The situation is
ixtremely eligible, be Dg on tho line of the street
ailroad, in the western part of the city. The terms
if tuition have been reduced, and no extra charge is
made for French.
A GBEAT LUNCH will bo served up at Torck'a
?Our House" this morning. The last green turtle
loup ot the season will be prepared, and there will
ie besides boiled bass, boiled mutlon with caper
lance, and other delicacies.
B. SCHUB-At the cigar stand in the lobby
if the Charleston Hotel, THE DAILY NEWS is kept
MOREHEAD BITTEBS.-These bitters can be
tad at James McKean, No. 58 Anson-street, who is
irepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 3mos mfw
CHOICE GREEN ANJ BLACK TLAS, one dollar
?er pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
lociety and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
ff you want cheap BUnk Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, envelope?. Paper,
:c; or Hiller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
looks made to order, with any desired pattern ot
?ling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
? ? Al" A ii H OUSE .
AV. 351 KIXG-STREET,
TRANSIENT BOARD PEP. DAY. fi CO
October 13 y
fcjl E W rUUK ll U T bi I,,
No. 721 BROAD WA F,
NEW YORK CITY.
>. M. H1LDKETII 6i CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIBs'T-CLASi'
[OTEL, as popularly knowu in former times
oder the management of J. B. MONNOT, Eso., and
lore recently nuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON ft
1 ., is now under the proprietorship of ?lessrs. D.
T. HILDRETH A T. B. ROCKWAY, unor the firm ol
?. M. HILDRETH A CO.
Tho eeuior partner f.-om his long experience as a
loprieior ortho Veranda, St Louts and st. Charle;
lotels ol'New Orleans, naur* hinw-if that he can
wura his friends and the public (rcneraUy, fiat its
srmtr world-wade reputation as a popular tirst-elass
lute;, shall be fully sustained under its present
naaacemenL lyr* February 13
ADA ME ti I D1 EKE
COHNEU OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHillLESTOy. a. c.
Transient lion rel S3 GO per Dav.
April 2a_ r *
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPBIETOBS,
Grilling on) /nrnisliing ?oo&s.
PIi\E FALL CLOTHING,
KOW OPENED AT
SO. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth.
A LARGE AND FLEGAXT 8TOCE OF
F ILL MD WIiXTER CL0T?ING
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOS! DESIRABLE STALES AND WOIiK
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAYING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFEUED TO THE M, 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 WILL
BE WORN THIS COMING SEASON, AND
AT LOW PRICES.
BUSINESS SUITS AT F?O-U 816 TO 833
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASHMERES
MIXED COLORED MELIONS
POWDER GRAIN CASHMERES
COMME?CI\L GRAY CASSIMERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHEMO! CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEATER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TWi ED GLENGARIAS
INDIA RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VES J S TO MATCH. OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMERES, SIDE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES, kc, kc
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boj s aud Youtln from 4
18 Tears Old,
l.\" GREAT VARIETY, VIZ:
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NECK TIES, STOCK>
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, kc
STAR BRAIN D SHIRTS,
NOTED FOR THEIL FIT PING QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM S3 35 TO 84 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOST CHOICE GOODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM, ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI?
MERES, DOESKINS, TRICO I'S AND BEA?
VERS OF BLACK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHICH WILL BE MADE DP TO
DRDER IN THE BEST MANNER, UNDER
l'HE 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 SHOWN WITH
B. W. McTUREOUSfSuperlntcndcnt.
Pntflfl, Cicmir?li, Wit.
g A RSAPARllililA Ri
ITS TOWERFUL CURATIVE ASSOCIATES
PREPARED UNDER A NEWLY DISCOVERED PROCESS
FOR EXTRACTING THE CURATIVE PROPERTIES
TROii VEGETABLE SUBSTANCE?, EN
TER? INTO TtiE coxposmnK or
D it i R A D W A Y'S
R li S OL VE N T.
A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED,
One Bottle of Resolvent ls Better Than
Ten Large Bottles of thc Advertised
Sarsaparillas, or Direct Diuretic Hem
PHYSICIANS wonder at tho extraordinary power ol
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT in curing
the worst torms of Scrofulous, Syphiloid, Chrouie
skin Diseases, and its marvelous power in resolving
ealculous concretions, affording immediate rchef and
consequent cure of Diseases ot the Kidney, Bladder,
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, spleen. Its rapid iuflu.nce
iu thc cure uf Diabetes, Incontinence cr scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, clo idy urine; its almost in?t?nt ef
Qcacy in stopping itching aud painful discharge ol
mme, and i:s singular i-ower in curing discharges
from tho Uterus aDd Urethra, L uconhfca, Bloody
Urine, and o lier unhealthy and weakening dis?
charges;-aud iuquirc wherein thc SARS APARIL
LIAN used iu thc Renovating Resolvent diners lroni
ordinary Sarsaparillas .' Sara >paril.fan is tho only
principle in sarsaparilla that possesses carolus
properties; all other paris ot the root are iuert and
ase!uss. One ounce ol' thc extract obtained under
Dr. Rodway'8 ti CW process for extracting thc curative;
properties trom vegetable substances, contains more
ol'toe true principle ol cure lhan twenty pounds ol
thc ordinary' roots.
SARSAPAltlLLHN it only mu of the ingredients
that forms this truly wonder:ul medicine: and it is
the only conipensauug remedy that t om?n un '.*.?s
its purifying, clcausii a aud reinvigorating proper?
ties throuRh thc BLOOD, SWEAT, URINE, and
other secretions, securing a Lurmonious iunctiouol
action of every depraved organ and glaud in the sys?
tem. lt the blood is corrupt, the Resolvent will
make it pare. If the Lungs are ulcerated and sore,
secreting thick phlogin and prurclcut matter, tuc
Resolvent will loosen this deposit and repair the
wasting lung wita souud and healthy material, ll
the Skin is covered with pimples, spots, pustulee,
sores, ulcers, fcc., the Resolvent will quickly removs
tbeso annoyances. If mercury is deposited in the
bonos and bas accumulated m the system, thc Re?
?oivent will drive it out. If the Throat or Bronchial
Glands are ulcerated, tho Resolvent will cure these
signs ot au early waste. Direct remedies, possess?
ing only exclusivo properties, aro hurtful, us they
inercaso thc functional secretions ot on organ by
suspending the constituent secretions of others;
hence, a compensating remedy like the Resolvent ls
thc only menus of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAT EVERY DROP OF BLOOD
impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed to
supply tho waste of the Dody, will make pure, souud
and heilthy flesh and fii>r>-. 'lhc first dose that is
taken commences its work of purification and in?
creasing the appetite and flesh.
A REMARKABLE CU REI
SORES OA' THE TONGUE, ULCERS IN TUB
THROAT SORE GUUS. SORE MOUTH,
SORES IN THE NOSE, AROUND
TUE EYES, ?Cc,
If recently exhibited, a few bottles will cure. Il
chronic, or through the effects ot Mcrcui}, Potas?
sium, Corrosive Suuliniate, from six to one dozon
bottles may be required to make a pcrmanont cure.
R. R. , R.
A GREAT SENSATION!-A GOOD SENSA?
PAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT!
In 1847 the great grand principle of slopping ihe
most excruciatiug pain in an Instant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents os Chloroform,
Opium, Morphine, Acontinc, Ether, Ac, was first
made known in
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
This remedy accomplished this w ondcrf ut and de?
lightful desideratum in all ruses of external and in?
ternal pain. In on instant it afforded relief, the
moment it was applied to thc parts ot the body
where inflammation or puin oxistod-it at once re?
lieved the patient of thc mosl violent and excruciat?
ing pangs and throbs ot pain, and imparted the de?
lightful sensation of ea?c and comfort.
Every kind of pain, whether Elicnniatism, Neu?
ralgia, Toothache, Putus in thc Chest, Side, Lungs.
Stomach, Bowi-ls Kidneys, Spine, Legs. Arms, Feet,
one application was sufficient to kill and extcraiuuie
Taken Internally, twenty drops to a teaspoonful
would cure, and will eure, Asiatic (?holen. Fever
and Ague, Chills and Fever. Bilious Colic, inflam?
mation of the Bowels, Cramp:), spasms, Dlarrntca,
Dysentery, and every paiu that may exist in tho iu
sidc of man. woman or child; this was RADWAY'S
READY RELIEF of 1817, and it is RADWAY'S RE?
LIEF, greatly improved, in 188b.
Wethen ?tr rt ed it iu ia mission of relieving thc
infirm, paiu-stnekeu. sick, distressed and cripplod
ol all nations throughout thc world, and now to-day
it is used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in Hie paloona of sultans, Emperors.
I?uiucs Kings, High Priests, Noble.-, as well us in
thc cottages of the laboring daises of every nutioii
m tho face cf the earth.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CURED IN
Important to Knoxv how to I sc "Had.
way's Ready Relief" in Acute
and L'angcrous Attacks!
MY OWN CASE
On Saturday night, thc 10th, I wa3 violently seized
with Cougcstion of lhc Lungs. For a few days pre
wous I felt a dull pain over my len lung, with
occasional coughs, but :>ciug actively engaged, paid
no attention to it. When seized, the pom was so
piercing, cutting and excruciating, that every breath
drawu was like a red hot knite catting my mug. Be?
ing absent f ;om home, I sent out for three bottles ot
RADWAY'S RELIEF, applied the entire lot to my
lungs back, shoulders, icc, and ia a lew moments
got up counter-irritation. Respirations were easy,
aud, as thc skin beean- red tenex), all pain ceased.
Inhalt au hour I was frei' from pain audullsigns
of Congestion, luff .inmuiou, ac, goos. This lt on
important cure. It is well that every one should
know how to usc this remedy ia severe attacks, lbe
same rule holds good Tn cutes of Tuilummatiou uf
the Loins. Bowels, Kidneys a:nl Siouiach. Apply
the RELIcF freely; soak the stan with it. Ir will
instantly secure the withdrawal ol thf UlUanimation
to thc surface, aud pernous now suffering may, in
THIRTY MINUTES, be i'll C fjOUl |iaiu.
CHRONIC IN FL AMM Al ICN.
lu cases where lnluinmanou hue existed for a
length ff time, in addition to thc RELIEF, take ?ix
ol RADWAY's 111 LS. Powaer them, in half au
hour, iu most cases, tney will operate. If not, re?
peat thc dose, lu one or two hours at thc furthest
tln-y will operate, and the patient soou get well. lu
Bilious, Typhoid, Fever aud Ague, this treatment is
sure to cure. Let it be tried.
JOHN BADWAY, M. D.
?3-Dr. RADWAY'S REMEDIES are sold by Drug?
gists and Storekeepers everywhere. Get the New
Style, with India Rubber Cork.
DOAVIU o. DI OISE,
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Charleston, S. C.
May 2 DAC 6mos
Two Horses, 3 Muirs, 5 Set Cottage Furni
iure, 1 Stiring Machine, 1 Cotton Gin, ito.,
BY E. M MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at a quarter-past 10 o'cluck, at No. 33
Lol of Hardware and Sundries al Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, 14th inst., at ll o'clock, will be 6nld,
as she now Ii? at Union wharf,
The Schooner HEKALD. 25 tons register, 4 yoars
old, capacity 2500 bushels "rain, light draught, and
well ibu td in Sails, Riggine, Anchors, Chains, kc,
and well adapted to the coasting irado.
BY J. T. HUMPHREYS.
Will be sold THIS DAY, tho 14th inst., at No. 27
Broad-street, without reserve,
Two MILCH COWS. Octob-r 14
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AN?T
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LKSESNE A- WELLS, No. 10 Brcad-street.
October 2 - Imo
Printers' ItHiiiltsalt ttlurcbotisc.
WAIKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
THEY ABE AOESTS FOn
Thc L. JOHNSON Type Foundry
R. HOE k CO.'i Printing Presses and Material
LEGEN ER k WEILER'? "Liberty" Press
GORDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. MATHERS' SONS' Book and Colored Inks
C. E. JOHN X)N'S Book and News Ink
THE BATH (S. C.) PAPE ii COMPANY,
And all other kinds of PRI STING MATERIAL at
In buying of U3 it costs the Printer or Publishor
no more than ir he bought at tho North, and he
leaves some of his money in his owu section of coun?
try, instead of sendiug lt all there, and that too with?
out cost to himself. AU the profit le.'iici can be kept
herc benefits Ute South.
COTTON SAMPLE PAPER,
MADE ESPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER TO
SUIT THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE .
BY BARREL, KEG OR GALLON,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YORE,
Put up in neat packages of ten gallons ; just a good
quantity for Factors', or Cotton Merchants' use for
MW BRUSHES ASD POIS.
For sile by
WALKER EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND No. 109 EAST BAY
Charleston, S. C.
30,000 FRANCS ! ?
HE RR ! NG'S PATENT
AM ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WOBLD'i
F.vTR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAG EE
Si),OOO IN GOLD).
At the recent International Comest in tue rar??> Ex
The public nrc invited to enll and examine thi re?
port of flic Jurv on tile ment? of the great outest,
and seethe ouicial award to the Herring's ratent
over uH others.
HERRI MG, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 231 Broadway,coiner Murrar-st., New i'ork.
t'ABRKEI- HERRING & CO.,1 Ut RUING i CO.
Philauelphta. 1 Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL .* SHERMAN, New Orlean.v
Large Stock on baud by
WALKER, A, VANS & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 110 EAST BAY STREETS,
March 3 arno
TUE LAKE CI Ml PRESS, PUBLISH?
ED at Lake City. Florida, cn.io.vs thc largest cir?
culai in of any newspaper published m the State. It
is circulated principal.y in those counties in East
Florida, troin which the merchants of charleston
get the most trade, but seut to nearly every Post
office in thc State It is decidedly a white man's
paper, which, together wiib its extensive circulation,
makes it a most i.'ei-lrab'c advertising ruo.lima for
the merchants of Charleston, who wUb to encourage
Florida trade. E. W. DAVIS,
September ll Editor and Proprietor.
Balance Shop Goods, Alpacas, Brogans, Sun
dries, d/c, J'c.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.
WiU sdi TUIS D\Y, at 10 o'clook, at their Ca?h
Auction House, No. 53 Pi-I ?treat, opposite Post
Cases of Extra Superfine SILK WARP ALPACAS,
Mot a r Lustred. All-Wool Delaines, Black and Col?
ored 6-4 Clothe, Cashmeres, sa inets, Blankets, Un?
dershirts aud Drawers. Black an 1 White Checks,
binghams, Prir.ts, Jeans, Madras, Lawn and L. C.
Handkerchiefs, Mahne Nets, Corset-, Hoop Skirts,
Suspenders, Needles, Knitting Pins. Thread, Fish
Books, Brooches, Brodaus, Ac, kc
Conditions rash. October 14
Boots, Shoes, Balmorals, Brogans, Gaiters,
BY N. HUNT & SON.
IHIS DAY, thc 11th inst., at 10 o'clock, in our Sales?
room, No. 142 Meeting-street, we wdl sell lor
100 cases assorted BOOTS, SHOES, Balmorals,
Split, Kip and Wax Brogms, Women's loots, Gait?
Cur usual splendid assortment, aU fresh and de?
sirable goods, to which wj invite tho attention cf
buyers. October 14
Sloop at Auction,
WU1 sell TO-MORROW (Thursday). 15tb instant, at
half-pa?t 9 o'clock, at Union Wharf,
One Sloop Boat, named MAB KB > BOY, meer?
ing 25 feet by 7 feet beam, copper fastened, with Tar?
paulin and Yawl Boat attached.
Terms cish. October 14
Furniture and Sundries.
No. 130 Meeting-street,
Will sell, TO-MORBOW (Thursday), 13th inst.,
FURNITURE, Sundries, kc
fartienlars morning of sale.
TOOTI! WA Sn,
For Cleansing thc Teeth, Preventing tne
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
the Gums, and leaving a delight
Col sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance in thc Mouth.
SUPERIOR TO SOZCDONT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREPARATION IS THE RESULT OF THE
combined skill of tho physician, dentist and apothe?
cary, audit is offered asa BELIABLE substituto for
tho numerous unchain ?ashes now iu vogue. Tho
microscope has also been called into use, and the re
bcarches of a celebrate J ob server have detected the
manner in which tho tartar is formed, showing it to
bc tho work of an'.niaiculro.
Substances which Ficinui found lo dca roy thc life
of 'luse inlusoria arc contained in 'he Dentallina,
anl thus lt prevents the increase of tartar au.I conse?
quent loose UL? of the teeth. It will be fouud useful
to persons in advancod Hf J, Riving strength und tone
to tho gums, while to every or.e the aroma and sen?
sation of cleanliness after Using it will be sufficient
rccommeuduti nj smokers especially will appreciato
Numerous dentists of thc highest stauding being
acquainted with the composition of the Den,allina,
advocate its use, it containing nothing corrosivo or
injurious to profent i's unrestrained employment.
Prepared only by JAS. T. 6HINN, chemist, Phila?
For sale by DOW! F k MOISE,
Comer Meeting and Hasel streets,
October 14 wfm3mos Charleston, S. C.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR TLTE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING! USE !
??T-NO BITTERS EQUAL TO iHi;)I..n;
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Mode of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HERBS AND ROOTS as will in
cases assiat Pigcstion, promote the secretions of
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YO Ulf G AND OLD. 31A LE ?ND FEMA
All Use lt With Wonderful Succ?s
TO TUE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FE^ER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. CSE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER Bli TEES. Sold by Druggists
jt)Sr*sec that our 3-gna'.ure is over the cork of each
bottle. DOWUi .t MOISE.
POPRIETOR3 '.ND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August 5 Gmo* Charleston. S. C.
JJ O S A D A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
AU. cnnoMc DXdKAgss
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many j
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
t>2~ For Tcs.imonials of remarkable
cures, sec "Rosutialij Almanac" for this
PnEVARED ONLY BI
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE Sc CO.,
No. 214 BALTIJIOSE-STBEET, BALTOIOBE, MD.
FOR SALE EY
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 1G9 Mectins-srreet, corner Hisel.
July 22 Cmo.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sialc by Druggists Everywhere.
July 23 SAC lyr
JT? K.A1SKRL1CHE BL.UTHKINI.
For sa'.e by E. H. KELLEBS k CO.,
September 13 No. 131 Meeting-street.
Of Valuable. Real Estate and Wharf, on West
Side of Ashley River, opposite Broad street,
and adjoining the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Depot, formerly known as the
Wappoo Mill and Wharf Properly, and the
Machinery-To be sold under un order from
Hon. George. S Bryan, Judye nf the United
States District Court, dated August 10, 180$,
and under the instructions of the Assiyr.ee,
On TUESDAY, the 17th of November next ensuing
at 12 o'clock, at the Old Po?to??ce. on Bread-street'
Ch irleaton, S. C., I wtti sell at Public Auction, to
tho hiebest bidder,
Ihe fcllowins VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE AND
WHAItF PROPERTY, with the Building* thereou,
All that TB VCT OF LAND in St. Andrew's Parish,
opposite the City of Charleston, known as the Wap?
poo Mill Tract, being a part of the Vrncts known aa
Nos. 4 and 5, and more clearly deflued tn a plat
made by R. K. Payne. Esq., reg? tered lu Mesne
Conveyance office. Book L, No 13, page 419; bound?
ed north aud west on lats Nos. 3 and 6. ai designated
in same plat; south on Wappoo C-eelt (a navigable
stream), and east on Ashley River, containing about
fifteen lcres, be the same more or le s, of high and
marsh land, at thc junction of Wappoo Creek and
Ashley River, in the centre of which is a space of
about four hundred and seventy-five fe;t from east
to west, by anout two hundred and seventy-two feet
from north to south, whereon is located tho Steam
Saw Mill and all necessary Buildings for carrying on
anex'ensive Lumber and Timber DvalMU. There
is a Causeway from thc Mill to v. i thin a few yards of
tho tra-k of the savannah and Chirlestoa Railroad,
affording unparalleled facilities for rocciviug and
Bhippln? Lnmbe-, Timber, Phosphate* Ac, Ac.
At thc same time and place will bo sold'
The MACHINERY on th* premia:*, viz: Avery
superior STEAM ENGINE ol sixty (60) horese power,
with Boilers complete, and many parts ot thc Ma?
chinery in duplicate; also, a Gang -aw Mill run Ling
ten saws, all in good runnin : order. Ac, Ac
The salo will be conducted as fo lows:
The Land, Whirr and Buildings will be sold for
one-fourth cash, and the remain ter on a credit of
one. two and three years, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property sold.
The Machinery will be 'sold for one-half cash, re?
mainder in sixty and ninety days, sccured?by approv?
ed eudcrsed notes beanne seven per rent interest,
with a merigan- of the property s <ld v reasonable
time will be allowed for the remo- A the Engine,
Purchasers to pay for convey .es, stamps, Ac
To eximia" the property, or fir further particulars,
apply in pa son or by letter to
JOH* S. RYAN,
Bink of Charleston Building,
Broad-street Charleston, b. C.
October ll w3
VSDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Wilkinson vs. Denissen
On THURSDAY, the 6th day of November next, will
be sold at tho Old Customhouse,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate in Jasper's Court, in the City of
Charleston, kaown 03 a plan of survey of the Mor?
rl* Lands, made by Robert E. Payne, surveyor, as
No. 23, measuring in front thirty-six (30) fjat, and in
depth one hundred and twen y (120j fo t; bounded
on the North by lands of Dereef, oa the south by
lands of tho estate of Francis L. Wilkinson, on the
east by lands of the said estate, and on tus west by
Jasper's Court-which said lot is now known by the
Terms-One-third cash; balance in four equal in?
stalments, with interest from day of sale, payable
annually. The ci edit portion to le secured by bond
of tbe purchaser and mortgage of tho premisos; the
buildings to be msu*cd and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser io pay for papers and stamps.
i W. GB AY,
October 14 wi Hil Master In Equity.
UNDER DECREE IX EQUITY.
Payne vs. Whitlock.
On 1HURSDAY, the 5th day ot November nex', will
be sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT AND PAUCEL OF Li ND. situate in
tbe 1 own of Williamston, containing two acres and
twenty-one hundredths of an acre, beginniug on El?
liott-street, west of lot now or recen-ly owned by
John C. Smith to the cross street which runs by
Austin Wilhams' 1 it, mulling back from John C.
Smith's thc usual width ot lots in said Iowa; bound?
ed southwest by Ellio.t-stre.-t, on thc northeast by
John C. Smith's lot, on the nc-th by Back-stveet, and
on thc southwest by Cross-street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in three equal an?
nual instalments, with interest from diy ot sale,
payable annually. 'Ihe credit portion to be 'ecured
by bond of the purchaser, and mortgage of the
premises; t :e buildings to be insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for paper.s and s amps.
J. W GRAY,
October 14 w4thl Master in Equity
No. ti West street at Private Sale.
BY B. M. M4RSHAL & BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 33 bioad'Strcct.
Ihe above well-finished RESIDENCE and large
Outbuildings, with Cistern, Uas, Ate (rented tor
SSOj), will ne sold reasonably, lor changa of invest?
ment sw Oclober 10
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