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THE DAILY NEW.?.
jgg- LARGEST CMICCLATIQN'.-THE DAILY
SE WS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS BAYING TBE LAR^V?T CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY Gr CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IS THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE SEW POiTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES HHS DAT.
WILLIAM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, al
his salesroom, Meeting-street, furniture of a
family. . ."
G. W. STEFFENS & Co. will sell al half-past 9
.o'clock, in front of their store, Vendue Range,
bacon, butter, tobacco, ?fcc.
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters-past
9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, sides, butter,
MILLIGAN & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of their store, Venduo Ran??, furniture,
crockery, aud a batteau boat.
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, corner of Kine and Liberty Btreets,
dry goods and hats.
LACKEY & ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, East Bay, butter, lard, strips,
JOHN G. MTLNOB & Co. will sell at 10
-o'clock, at their store, Heoting-street,Brussels
carpet, dry goods, 4c.
CARELESS DRIVING.-Francis Cole, a colored
Jehu, waa arrested for careless driving yester?
day, and for running his dray into a wagon,
breaking and injuring the same.
MORE BBAN-NEW MAGISTRATES.-Governor
.Scott has recently appointed a number of new
magistrates, six of whom received their com?
missions yesterday. Several of the managers
of elections also appeared and qualified.
BASE BALL.-A match game of base bail,
.played yesterday evening at the west end of
.Broad-street, between the Atlantic and Oceola
Clubs (colored), resulted: Atlantic, 22; Ocoola,
RECOVEBT OF STOLEN PROPERTY.- The vigi?
lant detectives have recovereJ a large number
of articles that have been recently taken from
different houses. Among the goods aro a
quantity of clothing and some musical instru?
A NOVEL SIGHT-A large crowd were at?
tracted to the Citadel Green yesterday after?
noon to seo a blind man walk a tighe rope.
Two colored funerals that were passing at the
time added to the throng, and Calhouu-street
was the liveliest place in the city.
THE TURNVEREINS.-This social club of Ger?
mans gave another popular entertainment last
night, et their hall, in the lower part of King
-Btreet. The performances were agreeably
varied with tho drama and tho dance, and
twinkling feet kept time to the music until a
NEW PAVEMENT.-The city authorities have
?t last taken in hand the wretched pavement
that has so long disgraced the sidewalk on the
south side ol Wentworth street, between King
and St. Philip streets, and it is to be hoped
. that very shortly that public thoroughfare will
.be passable, even at night.
"MAJOR ANDERSON, OF FORT STOTER."-The
Northern papers are discussing the propriety
of a public token of gratitude for the services
of General Robert Anderson, of Fort Sumter.
It is stated that the General has an invalid
wife, who lost all her own means during the
wax, and two young children, whose education
must be provided for; and his salar}- is his only
resource. His health is broken by long ser
-7ice in the army.
: PILLSBURY AND THE MAYORALTY.-It was a
current rumor on the street yesterday that an
offer had been made to Pillsbury by Senator
~8Awyer to use his influence for him ;n obtain?
ing the United States Internal Revenue Collec
- t sr ship, provided he would withdraw from the
contest for the Mayoralty in favor of another
-candidate. Some say that Pillsbury bas ac?
cepted the offer, and others that he has de?
clined, thinking that a bird in the Ir? nd wt s
"worth two in the bush.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October IS.-Charleston
Hotel-A. M. - Latham, Sommerville; W. L.
. Guiness and servant, and M. R. McDepiue,
London, England; A. A. Connors, Orangeburg;
J. T. McNair, Cheraw.
Pacition Hotel-Mrs. ?. G. Sarnnn, child
and servant, Airs. N. C. Hamlin and two ser?
vants, Silver Creek, Tenn.; S. E. Lucas. George?
town; Jas. W. Smith, Georgetown; S. F. Par
rott and M. B. Wood, D-U-liogtjn; A. Morgan,
CIRCUS.-John Robinson's great original, in?
tellectual and entertaining show is bound for
this promised land, and the handwriting
.on the wall tells of thc wonders that will
eoon be niado public. The huge posters
-stuck up ia Meeting-street yesterday were sur?
rounded by admiring crowds of darkies, who
feasted their eyes with the wonderful birds
-and beasts depicted thereon. This show is
iepresented as being a big thing on sawdust,
-and the best equipped in every particular that
has ever visited Charleston. Certainly no
- other circus or menagerie ever had a Tartary
Valpus, or any other Valpus that we everheard
of, and we very much fear that Mr. Robinson's
'.Tartary Valpus may turnout to be a Gyaschu
. tus under a new name.
TRUCK FARMER'S CONVENTION.-A conven?
tion of all persons interested in shipping fruits
-and vegetables to New York will assemble at
-Stone Mountain,. Ga., to-morrow. Noticing
-this movement, the Allanta Intelligencer says :
Not only have asnculturahsts, but all other
intereste, languished for the last three years.
. If the farmer carries his produce to Atlanta,
Augusta, cr any other Southern market, he
. receives unremunerative prices for it. The
country is daily growing leaner and leaner.
Something must be d:ne to remedy this evil.
We must carry our produce to markets where
capital is abundant, and cultivate that charac?
ter of products that the wants of that market
demand. This will give employment to the
railroad and steamer, and biing 'money to the
- exhausted pockets of our farmers. Then all
interests will feel its beneficial effects.
Wo hope that our commission merchants
and railroad and shippins agents will be re?
presented in this convention.
SALE OF AN OLD BUSINESS STAND.-Every
one interested in the welfare of Charleston will
regret to learn that the old finn of Hastie, Cal?
houn & Co. are about to close their business,
- and leave vacant the important place which they
have filled for many year3 iu the mercantile
community of thjs city. This house was estab?
lished in 1815 D.v the Hon. William Wright,
. United States senator from New Jersev, and
has been in operation every since. The firm
has been a very successful one. and in thc
course of its history several members have re?
tired with comfortable fortunes. The large
stock of hardware and saddlery offered for sale
at cost affords an excellent opportunity for
country merchants to invest with prospects ol
a handsome profit;' and the new iron front
store in Hayne-stroet, together with the ware?
house, opening on Market-street, is one of the
best business stands in the whole city. Special
attention is directed to their advertisement in
RANDOLPH.-The murder of this Reput
leader created quite an excitement yest*
among the colored people, many ot wlion
lected at the street coiners and discusse*
event in all its bearings. There were,
ever, no outbreaks of violence, and one nt
quaintcd with the act might not bavo sus
ed that any laing unusual had occurrec'
was at first supposed that tho body woul
brought to chis city, and preparations
made for aieception; but the more mod
advised against any display that would tei
increase* the excitement. The passengei
yesterday's train reported ?hat Randolph
to bo buried at Columbia yesterday. No
was obtained to the murderers.
THB THEATHE-BENEFIT OF ALICE VA:
The play of Fanchon, or the Cricket, dr
crowded house last night. This was pro!
owiug to ttvo causes-it was the benefit ol
popular and versatile Alice, and it was
known how admirably she sustaiued the
of Fanchon. Though this play is of um
length, the interest was uuflacging, ant
each appearance the fair Alice was gre
with rounds of applause. The pit bas !
generally assigned to the c'aqun's, but thc
ing was so true and perfect that the ci
house partook of tbe furore, and she was r
ly smothered with hoquets. The characti
Fanchon, a wild, impulsive girl, is one p
liarly suited to Miss Vane, and the plav sh
be repeated before the close of the seasoi
it is evidently a hit.
DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE.
advertisement appears in our columns
morning, giving full particulars of the lin
steamships already noticed between this
and Liverpool. The lino wiil be compose*
the following first-class iron steamers :
Golden Horn, of 1183 tons, to bo commau
by Captaii H. C. Macbeth; thc Bombora?
950 tons, to be commanded by Captain J. \
rei!, and the Mar.nora, ot 910 ton?, lo bc c
manded by Captain F. Murrell. The drat '
sel, the Golden Hem, will sui November li
aud after that a vessel will leave on the i
and fitteeuth of every month. Arrau?ene
have been mado with the South Carolina B
road to forward cotton from the interior v
dispatch, and as Messrs. R. Mure & Co. cha
no commissions on cotton sent by thia linc,
excellent opportunity is afforded the plant
to send their cotton directly to Europe, inst
ot sending it to New York, paving come
B?0E8 both in Charleston and New York. I
enterprise is a move in the right direction, ?
it is to be hoped that European goods will
imported direct by tbe returning steamers.
THE MINSTRELS ABE COMING.-The niinsl
of the present day differ somewhat from
troubadours of old, but the troupe of .Ski:
Gaylord will be found equal to any that h
ever visited this city. They hav2 just ra tun
from an extended Southern tour, and the
lowing extract from tho New Orloans Grose
shows that they weic not unappreciated inti
The troupe at present occupying the boa:
of the Old Drury should fen I complimented
the flattering reception they have met at I
hands of thoso to whom, but a few ?eeks sin
they were almost all entire strangers. Th
success, as to the numbers of their au
ence, and thc applause which is lavisl
bestowed upon them, is thc legitimate ;
suit cf enlightened management anl a t
termination to please. Ot' all entertains cu
minstrelsy can least of any afford to r
repetition. It is next to impossible for a
one, however ho may bo given to exerc
imr his risibles, to laugh tw ee at thc sai
jokes. The brightest scintillations of wit lc
force and seem stale and flat when dr.imm
eternally into tho ears of wearied audicnc<
No company of minstrels, that we reruumlx
have underatood more fully than the S riff
Gaylord troupe these truths, aud conscqueul
their performances are varied and always e
tertaiuing; ono scarcely recovers from tl
effect of some ludicrous remark or tcea^ befo
there is something else new and interesting
claim his attention. If we were to suggc
any improvement, it would be that, if there
no new songs that are pretty, a selection
made from the old ones, some of which a
really beautiful and Dover become tirespui
Willie Gaylord last nignt went through his i
markablo feats in a truly astonishing mannt
This youngster, it is our private opinion,
lacking iii what is a most essential part
other human beings-a backbone. Ho ci
double himself up either way, and throw hit
self in all sorts of wonderful positions with i
ease which is marvellous. Professor Schaffe]
beautiful viow concluded the evening's ente
HU SLN1C?S NOTICES.
ATTENTION IS DIRECTED to tbe caid of ll
J. L. Moses in another column, offering his servie
to the public as a business agent
IMPROVED COTTON TIES.-Messrs. Willis
Chisolm, the agonis for McTntire's improved cotti
ties, are this day receiving a full suppl; :ho tie
ts which they icvite the attention ci tho c iutc
ARCHER'S BAZAAR.-One of the most attra
live resorts on the business portion of King-street
the cheap laney goods store No. 303, uudor tl
American Botel. This cs'ablishment is extensive
patronized by tho ladles, who have thc hippy facul
o? knowing where bargains aro to be obtained. M
Archer has been In business in this city since tl
war. and his by hi i mercantile ability made the B
zaar what lt is. The basin ss U conducted ou tl
cash system, and only oue price is asked. Ha vii
extensive facilities for obtaining goods, he is enable
to effer inducements that cannot bo excelled V,
direct attention to his advertisement iu anotht
B. SCHUR.-At tho cigar stand in the lobb
of the Chirleston Hotel, THE DAILY NEWS is kc)
CHOICE GREEN ANO BLACK TCAS, one dolla
per pound, at Wilson'* grocery, southeast corne
Society and Alison streets. Goods delivered tree.
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS
Of all denomina'ious.
Kop: on band and for s-le, by
HUGER & RAVENED,
No. 60 EaU Bay, corner Ex:hange-8>reet,
October 1 thstulmo
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
Ii you want cheap Stationery, Envelope*, Paper
ic.; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in pny style, or Ac conn I
Books made to order, with any desired pattern o:
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 5t) Broad
FOR SALE :
TTEBBIKO'S PATENT SAFE
STANDING DESK, LETTER PRESS
TABLE. SHOW CASE
CLOTHING TABLES, STOVES, kc, kc
Mltll.LAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 27U King, corner of Basel-street.
October 15 G Charleston.
NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
FI,OTK AND CHEESB.
BTRDSALL BROS.' BEST NEW HULLED BUCK?
HIRAM SMIIH'S REST FAMILY FLOUR
CLA?SSEN MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, m quar?
ter, half and whole sacks
EID A M and
SAT SAGO CHEESt.
A full supply of the above just received at thc]
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting aud Market streets.
Goods delivered free. October 15
Shirts at? /urimbin!] ?oobs.
THE ON Ll" EXCLUSIVE
CENTLEJIKX'S FURNISHING STOIIE
OR MA OK TO OKDKit WITH PROMPT
NESS, PUNCTUALITY AND
THE SHIRTS OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
staail lari vail ed for precision ol cut, quality of ma?
terial, and f .i'hlul workmanship. The best assort?
Gentlrnieu's Famishing Goods
in the ci:y, ill the latest stylos, viz: FANCY AND
BLACK, SILK AND TA FEE I A, SCARFS, 1IK8,
BOWS, CRAVATS aud SI RING STOCKS, in all va?
riety of iabric, 6.yle and shape.
NOVELTIES CONSTANTLY ARRIVING !
SUfPENDKB3 AND BRACES m all styles, of Do?
mestic. French and English manufacture
Towles' Patent Elliptic Suspender
Kid. Cloth, Duck and Dogskin Gloves au 1 Gaunt?
White, Brown and Mixed Cottou and Merino Half
Linen and Papir Collars, all styles, in great variety
IN G lt K A T VARIETY, V 1 Z t
MERINA, LAMBSWOOL, AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Shaker Fiannol Undershirts aud Drawers
Canton Hauncl and Jean Undershirts an! Drawers
Neglige Travelling Shirts
Drawer* ol every kim]
Hosiery, in Cotton and Wool
Handkerchief*, r; adv bexmod.
And every ether taucy necessary to a gentleman's
j&-PURCHASERS ARE RESPECTFULLY IN?
VITED TO 1 XAMINE THE STOCK OF
TWO DOORS FROM MARKET-STREET,
Next door to La Criolla Cigar Store, op?
posite- .Murki! Hall.
October 8 thstulmo
EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
DR tPEHS ARD MERCHANT TAILORS,
Ko. 32 BROAD-STREET.
THE PROPRIETORS 0/ TRIS ESTABLISH?
MENT, im-titu'.od a? far bark os 1823, auuouucc
that they ara in receipt of a full assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CASSUMER ES
BLACK and BROWN BEAVER CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TRICOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH BLOSSOM CHINCHILLA
"IACE and BLUE I LAIN FRENCH.
Thfse Goods will be very fif-hionabl" this fall, and
arc well adapted to Ladies, as WALKING CLOAKS
and MAN ULLAS. They will be >o'.d by this House
by tlie yard, at a lower pri?e than can bo bought
in thU city. This Une sloes, iu addition, consists
Fancy Colored COATINGS and CASHMERES, for
FRENCH BLACK TO'iSKINS and FANCY CASH?
ERAB and MIXED ENGLISH CORDUROYS
RICH SILK VELVETS, CASSlMEREj cul SILK
Tli03c- Goo-ls. which aro of thc finest quality, the
firm will dispare ot by the yard, or t?ey will bc
made np to order at prices consid eraloy lower tuan
market value, call in at
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
TAILORING .-JXO. RU GH Kl M KR
respectfully informs his friends and customers
that he has just returned from New York with a lull
assortment of CLOTHS, ?'ASSIMERLS and VEST?
INGS for Fall UM winier wear.
He has also a supply of thc celebrated STAR
SHIRTS, aud a gcueral assortment ot Gentlemen's
tie invites a call and in-poetion of his Stock at his
No. Ul KING-STREET. AV EST SIDE,
Three doors north of Queen.
Septembor 21 4tuth?9
M mill ttlintrr (Pooos.
THE FINEST STOCK IN TH & CITY.
MENKE i .MULLER
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT
they have opened at their New Establishment,
No. 32S KING-SI RE ?I", opposite Society, thc- tiuest
stock of FALL A ND WINIER GOODS for G cut lo
meu's wear which can h.- ?ouud iu thc citv, embrac?
ing tbo Choicest BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTING-, kc, which
will bc made np to order.
They have also on hand a large assortment ol
REALY'MADE CLOTHING, ol' all doer:; tions,
selected ?Uh great cato, and of tie vert latent Styles
consisting Of Uusiaes-* and Drcs-< Sniis, O vcrcovs,
icc., and a lull stock of Alexandre's Kid, Cas-imcro
and Buck^iiin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts and other Far
Satisfaction guaran'ee.l ia evr-ry ra?-e, and prices
to suit thc Him s. A. MENKi-',
tloriuc-r'y of Doitnacn & MES'K?'.I
(Formerly of MULLER f?nor HE ns.]
October 1-5 tilths Unios
it?tllincrij ??3ooas, &r.
^? R S. M. J. Z E R N O AV
^?ft^^^^P handsome assortment j?^foj^yi
W'rll MILLINERY GOODS.
Jj\?9 Including -DRESS Afc,J
W-Wf TRIMMINGS," Ala
danae Demorest'a "PAPER PATTERNS," ic.
?p-DREsSMAKING attended to as usual.
October 15 No. 301 KING-STREET.
loathing on) f urnislmij ??a?s.
LARGE STOCK '
FINE FILL CLOTHING.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Comer of Wentworth.
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENririELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF TIIE
MOST DESIRABLE STILES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAYING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OEFE KED TO TiJE'I, HAVING DIS?
POSED Ol' THE ESTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OYER 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 HOM SIG TO S25
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASSIMERES
MIXED COLORED MELTON'S
POWDER GRAIN CASHMERES
COMMEUCIiL GRAY CASS EUERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH ANO BEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF I WEED COATS
WATERPROOF 1W. ED GLENGARIAS
INDIA RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VES IS TO MATCH. OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMERES, SIDE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND .MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHERIOT CISSTMERES, fcc , kc.
BOYS J ?VD YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boj s and Y'ouths from 4
t> 18 Years Old,
IX GREAT VARIETY. VIZ:
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER FLAN N E L UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIG-E TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NE( K HES, STOCK?i
KID AND BEAVER GLOVE-, DUCK GLOVES, kc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOTED FOR THEIR FIT UNO QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM S3 ?3 TU S4 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOST CHOICE GOODS OF THIS
SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM. E NGLISH AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI?
MERES, DOESKINS. TRICOTS AND BEA?
VERS OF BEAL K, BLUE, OLI VE AND MIXED
i SHADES, Willi. II WILL BE MADE UP TO
I ORDER IN THE BEST MANNER. UNDER
THE CARE OF A SUiST-CLASS FRENCH
PRICES FIXED AND M ARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
points, ?ils, <?tc.
WM. M. BLED & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES.
No. 203 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF il AR VI N'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL?
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ETI WAN.
WM. M. B. & CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE LR AND OF BRILLIANT
Au-rust 29 i)*c Rtuth 3mos
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE RRlNGr'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'i
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Pans;
WINNER OF THE WAGEB
30,000 FRANCS I !
(96,000 IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex
Thc public are invited to call ond examine the re?
port ol' the Jury on thc ruents of the great coutcst,
and see the olhciol award to thc Herring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 231 Broadway, corner Murray-st., Now York.
FARR LEI, HERRING & CO., 1 O ERRING & CO.
; Philadelphia, j Chicago
HERRING. FARREL i SHERMAN, New Orleani
Lar-c Stork ou baud by
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD ANO IUI? EAST BAY STREETS.
March 3 9mo
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
M AN ?F A CTURE R 0 F
DOOI?S, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charit ?toti, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
Jnljr :)D Gmo**
O S A D A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by ?he Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
42' For Tcs.inioiiial* of rtmarltabl*
euros, sec "Hosailalij Almanac"' for this
FREKAtlED OXLV EV
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 2ii BALTI?I0UE-3TBEET, EALTTHOBE, MD.
FOR SALE BY
DO WIE ?i MOISE,
No. 109 Meeting-street, corner Haael.
July 22 %
Imported Ales and Porter.
BY J. k F. DAWSON,
On THURSD AY next, 22d inst., at ll o'clock A. M.,
at the Warehouse No. 17 EUiott-streot, near
Church-strcct, will be sold the following:
- casks .' Bass' " ALE. pinta, ia glass
- casks "Findlater" Porter, pints, m glass
- casks " Knox & Sous'" "Alica" Ale. pints,
The above goods were imported direct irom Liver?
pool ex ships Fille de L'Air, B. Winthrop and Ame?
Terms- S200 and under, cash; S200 to S400, thirty
days; over S400, sixty days, apjrovel endorsed pa?
per. Oftober 20
31 ILL!GAN & SON,
No. 2.2 Vendue Hanse,
Will zeil THIS DAY, at li) o'clock,
CHAIR-, TABLES. BEDSTEADS, Safe, Crockery,
Cooking Utensils, Stoves, fcc.; Drv Goods, Notions,
On?, B ATI EAU twenty feet long, ?vc fret beam,
with Sails, Cars, kc., complete. October 20
Thc entire Furniture, of u Family declining
BY WM, McKAY.
Will be sold THIS DAY, iTuesday) 20th instant,
at his store, No. 13fi Meeting-sireet.
Very Desirable Residence in the Western nert
of thc City.
W. Y. LEITCH & H, S. BRUNS.,
Will bo sold, at Auction, on THURSDAY, 22d in.<t.,
at the old Postoffi e, at ll o'clock,
That very eligibly situated RESIDENCE, known as
No. CS coming-street, west side. The House con?
tains six upright room?>, with double Piazzas. On
the premises are a eood Kitchen and all n cess?ry
outbuildings, all of brick. Rcsidenco recessed from
the street. Lot measures 50 by 183 feet This ia a
very Jesirsble piece of pioi erty, situated upon a high
ridge and unsurpassed for health.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay U3 for stamps and
Property open for inspection. October 20
Estate Sale, ly order of the Executor-Small
and Desirable Residence*, Mill-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers.
On THURSLEY next, 22d inst., will bc sold at pub
lie auction, in front of the O.d Postoffice, at ll
That one-?tory BRICK RESIDENCE, known as
No. 9 Mill-street, containing three rooms; good cis
cern on the lot. Lot measures 43 feet front by 90
feet, more or tess.
That desirable two-story BRICK DWELLING,
known ax No. 13 Mi.l-street, containing four rooms
and a pantry. On ile lot is a desirable Store, and
ba-? been occupied r.s a dry goods store. Lot meas?
ures Git feet front bj 90 feet in dtptb, moic orlo*-.
Terms-One-third ca=b; balance m one aud two
yenni, with lutercst, eocured by bend aud mortiiaae
ol' the premises; property to be insured aud policies
osi-is'iid. Purchasers to pay us for papers and
frtaiups._stutbJ October 17
Fine Brick Store, King street, and Corner Lot
on St. Philip and Cannon streets.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS.
Brokers and Auctioneers.
On THURSDAY noxt. 33d instant, will bo sold at
Pilbil: Auc tion iu front of tbe Old Postoffico,
Broad-street, at ll o'clock.
That destraille throstory BUICK STORE and
DWELLING, known as No. 57.- Kiug-stretl. one
door south cf Morris. Residen"cc-jnt..ins five tooms
and lar_*e store. On tho premires is a brick kitchen
of two Stoffe?, with cislern and a well of good water.
Lot measures 24 feet front, by 108 deep, more or less.
This pr porty ls advantageously situated, aod is
ono cf tbe best stands for business.
WOODEN .STORE, on the northeast corner of St.
Phi ip and Cannon streets. Lot measures 17 feel
iront, by U9 iucepih, more or lei-. Fmc loca iou
fi ir a Grocery Store.
Term* cash. Purchasers to pay u? for papers and
stamps. s;uth3 October 17
Small Mouse in Percystrce'..
W. Y.LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS,
Will be seid, ou THURSDAY. 22d iustant, at Public
Auction, in front of tte Ola Postoflke, Broad-street
at ll o'clock,
That two-story WOODEN DWELLING in Percy
street, second dojr lrom Line. Lot measures 21 toe
front by SO deep, bc the said dimensions more oi
Terms-Ouc-ha'f cash; balance in one year, socur
cd by bond and mortgage, with interest; property t<
bo insured and po fr*y assigmd. Purchaser to pa;
for p;.?-o-s and stamps.
Lot in Spring-street and Tn Acre Farm neat
BY HUTSOX LEE.
Will bc BOld, at the corner of Broxd and East Ba]
streets, on TUESDAY, October 27, at ll o'clock A
Oue undivided half-interest in that LOT OF LAND,
with tho lutldtug!? thereon, tituated on tho north
side ot Spring-street, ono door west of Asliley-street,
measurino 229 feet front on Spring-street, 244 feel
on back line and 319 feet deep, bo the sumo more oi
Alt that TR ACT OF LAND, containing toa (10;
acres, adjacent to thc Village of Summe-ville, bclnj
a pai t of tho "Mill Tract," convoyed by Jamos inp
pur, Master iu Equity, toWui. Bird, trustee of Sirs
Martha P. Mood md children; bouadiug to fae nortl
on lauds now or lalo of Bookman McC ill. tru-tec
eas: on lauds now or late or Rev. Pi '.lip Gadsden
aud south r.ud west on lands now or late of Danie
Terms-One-half cash; balance in ono year, se
cured by bond and mortgage. Purchaser'-, pay lo.
p ipers and stamps. J. B. BISSE LL,
October 10 stu'! As.-iguee.
Pru|j5, Cljfmiraiu, Cte.
V?TETORE AT J^E^
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOI: THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
45-NO BITTEUS EQUAL TO THE3L.&
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER ?UTTERS
Made of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, st
well known in Pharma-.> :
PERUVIAN BARK, C?1AMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT. CHERRY BARK,
And roch other HERBS AND ROOTS as will in
cases assist I'igrs'.iou, promote thc secretions of
system in thc natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR IO THE
Y O UKO AND OLD MALE AND FEMA
All Usc It With Wonderful Sncccs
ERIN' I S COLOR
TO THE PAL E WHITE LIP
BLOOM ? VJ) BEAUTY
TO TnE THIN FACE AND CARE-WROR!S
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE
TRY THEM. CSE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BI1TERS. told by Druggist]
ifSTiCC that our 3igna;urc is ovjr thc cork of each
P.'PRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AugiHt 5 Gmo* Charleston. S. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 23 Dae If*
Splendid and Large Brussels Carpet, Dry
Goods, Shirts and Draicers, Hosiery.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, 20th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
our Auction ^alesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
1 Elegant BRUSSE..S CARPET, but little used, 19J?
foot ry 21 foot
1 Fine 1 ar?e Feather Bed, 2 Pillows, 1 Bolster.
ANT) IMMEDIATELY A FT E Ii,
A General Assortment of Desirable and Seasonable
CONSISTING IN PABT OF:
KERSEYS, SATINEIS, Black and Fancy Cash?
meres, Beaver Cloth
Red and White Wool Flannel?, Canton Flannc'e, Bal?
Black and Colored Alpacas, Reps, Fancy Tweeds
Colored Osaaburg, shirting btrii.es, 'licking, Apron
Longclotbs, Bleached and Brown Shirting?, Twilled
Hoop skirts. Men's White and Grey Shirts and
Suspenders, Spool Cottons, Needles, Pins, Gloves, 4c.
Conditions cash._ October 20
Dm Goods and Hats.
BY MILES DUART.
THIS MOttNTNG, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of Kins and Liberty streets,
A GENF.BAX ASSORTMENT OF
DBI GOODS, Hoop Skirt*, Hosiery, 10-4 All-Wool
Shswla, Notions, kc.
50 dozen Men's, Boy?'aud Children's HATS-as?
Butter, Lard, ??trips, Hams, Shoulders, ?c.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
TRIS DAY. 20Ui instant, will be sold, in our store.
Ho. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'el'ck,
20 tubs C .oice BUTTER
20 tubs Fair Quality Butter
30 tubs Extra Lard
10 bbls. Strip;
10 bbls. Pi? Hams
5 bbls. Necks
3 hhds. Canvased Hairs
3 hbds. Shoulders
23 boxes No 1 soap, kc, kc.
Conditions cash. October 20
Shoulders, Hams, Sides and Herrings.
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WiU be sold THIS DAY, tn front of Ihotr Store, Ko.
30 Vendue Range, st half-raat 9 o'clock,
- HHUS. SHOULDERS
- bbls. Pig Shoulders
- tierces Badged Barns
- hhds. Sides-rib and clear rib
- boxes Herrings
- keg. and firkins Butter
- Loxes Tobacco
Tea, Coffee, Lard, A-c October ?0
BY T. M. CATER.
WU: be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
2 HHDs. C. R. SIDES, to close sales
ti firkin?. Butter
50 tu'js Lard
i>0 barrels Molasses.
Conditions cash. October IO
l .MJKK DECKKK I V KQ.UITY.
Little, vs Purcell et al.
On TUESDAY, t!;e 27th instad, at II o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Cnstomh use,
AU that LOT ?>F LAN D, with the spacious Dwelling
House and outbuildings thereon, situate on the west
side of Smitli-street. in that part of tho city formerly
known as '-Harlt-stou." measuring in trout on Bini
street 147 feet, more or less, and tn depth 200 feet,
more or less; bounding north ou lands of Faber, east
on Smith-street, s )uth and west on lands ot the late
Terms-Ouc-third cash; balance in equal annual
instalments of ons, two and three years, secured by
as many bonds as may be necessary to make divis?
ion, with mortgage of thc premises; iuRuranc? on
the buildings to be effected in some Insurance Com?
pany approved by the Master, and co tinued until
the said bonds bc paid, and assignment of the poU
cv. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
October 6 tu* Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Waring et al, Ei'ors Perry, vs. Tucker.
On 1UES?AY, 27th instant, at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the OUI Customhouse,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND in
St Paul s Parish, Colleton District, containing 539
i ocres, and Laving such shape, linos, measurements
aud boundaries ac are set forth in a plat of tbe same
, attached to ? grant ot' thc same laud from Wm. Aiken,
Governor of the Sta'e of South Caroiiua, to Colonel
' Benjamin f'rry, whi :h grant and plat are on record
in the office of the Secretary of state ot Charleston,
' Book P, No. G, page 225.
Terms-Oue-thtrd cash; balance by bond of the
purchaser, pryable ia two equal annual Instalments,
with interest pa/able Bannaby, secure J by mortgage
* ot the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
. slam??. J W. GRAY,
' 0:tobcr.'< in3tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DKCKEE IV EQUITY.
Gregg vs Horlheck, Iruttee. el al.
Ou TUESDAY. 17th November, nt lt o'clock, wUlbe
sold at Coe Old Cu? "tnbouse.
All lhat LO C '">F LIND, With the BUILDINGS
thereon, siluate on Mill-street, aud measuring on
the north on Mdl-slreet 40 feet 4 inches, ou tbo west
on land now or late ot Gillilan-J, formerly of Gr?g*,
99 feet ? inches, on thc sou:h on laud of Rose, 40 leet
G inchc?, on thc cast on Lad of Osterholz, 99 feet 4
inches. Bounded by thc fences aB they now stand.
Term--On-'-thlrd cash; balance iu one and two
years, with interest from day of sale, payable an?
nually. Thc credit portion t-i bc occured by bond of
the purchaser and mortgage o? thc premises. The
buildings to be insured and the policy assigned te
the Master, Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
October 3 ml tu2 Master in Equity.
UNITED STATES .MARSHAL'S SALE.
The United Stales of America, South Carolina
District-/. R. Anderson <J- Cu. vt. David
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Fachs, to me directed, is?
suing out of thc honorable the United .?tates Cir?
cuit Court tor tue District of : outh Carolina in the
abovo case, I will expose for sale to thc highest
bidder, at public auction, at ihe Courthouse in
Waltcrboroueh, Colleton County, on WEDNES
DA V, the 4th day of November, 18G8 (i:eiug the first
Wednesday of the month , at ll o'clock A. M.,
All the RIGHT, 'Hi LE AND INTEREST of the
defendant, Davl I Riker, lu and to the foUowiug
PROPERTY, to wit:
A PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND, siluate
neir Logansville, i-t. Paul's Parish, Colleton District,
caUed '-Richmond Hill," about tineen miles hom
Charleston, and about oae-half milo north of the ha?
vannah aud Charleston Railroad, c .nr,ii..nu between
thtrU-five and torty acres; butting and bounding
southwest by lauds of the estate of Logau, south?
east by lands of Peronneau, north by lauds of Joel
Marlu:, and weit by .'awls ol'Daniel Miller.
A PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, situate on
the sjuth side of the Savannah and Charleston Rail?
road, about sixteen miles from Charleston, at a place
called ?.Raveucl," containing two acres, more or less;
buting and bounding north by the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad, east by hinds of -Roden,
south by lands ot Henrv Rose, and west by lands of
-Roden, upou which lot there is anoldwoodtn
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND in
St. Tani's Parish, Colleton liatiKt. about three
miles north of thc Savannah and Charl-ston Rail?
road, called "Caw-caw," containing, it is supposed,
about on? hundred ard forty ocres, more or less;
butting and boundiu; north on luads of Philip Mes
servey, east on lands of Jehu Jackson, south on lauds
of Isaac Mil'er, au i west on thc new road to WiU
All that PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate on
thc south side of the Jacksonborough Road, St.
Paul'.? Pariah; butting ard bounding east by lauds
of Joel Martin, sou.h by lands of Darnel Miller, and
wert by lands of James Edenfield, I cing part of the
tract formerly owned by Philip Martin, containing
sixteen acres, more or less.
Levied on as the property of David Riker, defend?
ant, ai the suit of J. P. Andersen aud Company,
terms cash. Purchasers to pay the Marshal for
.iii necessary paper? aud stamps.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal for South Caroiiua District.
Oclober 13 tu4
E. W. MARSHALL, assignee ol JOSEPH PURCELL,
and W. E. MIKELL. assignee ol GABRIEL DA?
VIS, wiU sell on FRIDAY. November 0. at ll
o'clock A. M., at the corner of Broid-ttreet and
All that LOT OF UND. with the Buildings there?
on, situate, lying and beinj ou the north side of tho
Vendue Runge, measuring and containing m frout
on Vendue Range 19 feet 10 tribes, more or losa; on
the back or north liue 24 feet 10 iuchet; in depth on
west line about 57 feet 0 inc..es; on the east Une run?
ning southwardly ab .ut 1+ leo'; thence westwardly
about 5 tect, uu l then o agiin running south
wardlv about ii feet 6 inchex; butting and bound,
iug south on Vendue Range, west on lauds of Wil?
liam Trenuolm, north on lands of Jouu Vulhamson.
and cist on lands once of Joshua Brown.
lcrni--One-third cash, and thc balance ia one
year, secured by bond and mortgage of premises.
Pur.hiser to pay as.-iguc:s lor papers.
October 17 8luC n
THK CHESTERFIELD DEMOCRAT,A
new paper established in the Town of Cheraw.
* C "ill be published every Wednesday, by WOR?
EE Y ? CO.. edited by W. L. T. PRINCE, Esq . at the
extremely low Dri u ol ?2 i er annum,
As its ?unie imp?oe, it will ml voca te the political
principles o. the Democratic party.
Apart irom pohtra, it will be devoted to the di?
setiiination of intelligence, and to the cause of truth
The first number wiU bc issued on the 14th inst,
and will be a large edition Persons desiring to ad?
vertise wiU find the terms unusually reasonable- SL
per square for tie first, and 50 cents for ea.'h subse?
quent insertion-Always cash.
'I his is now tho only paper in Cheraw.
October 5 12