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* THE DAILY NEWS.
LAH-JEST CIRCULATION - THE DAILY
SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOaXIZtD AS HAYING TBE LAltGFST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
.cNu IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
ION S OF THE NEW POiTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES ISIS BAT.
. CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will 8ell at 10 o'clock,
.-.?t their auction house, Hasel-atreet, stool,
of a retail drj'goods store.
R. M. MABSHALL & BROTHES will sell at
half-past 10 o'clock, at their office, Broad
street. horses, mules, An.
N. HUNT & SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
theil- score, Meeting-street, boots, shoes, bro?
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS OF WARD 1.-The
members of this Democratic Club and the
property-holJcrs and tax-payer3 aro invited to
attend a meeting of the club to-night, when
?business of importance will be transacted.
ANOTHER BOY.-We mentioned some time
since that the Bruderliche Bund had received
a Knabe piano from Baltimore. The Freund
Schafts Bund have ordered a piano from the
same celebrated makers, and it is expected by
.the next steamer.
COBONER'S INQUEST.-Coroner Whiting yes?
terday held an inquest on the body of James
Brown, a colored man, who was found dead in
his bed at No. 33 Warron-atreet. H ; had re?
tired in apparent health tho night previous.
The jory returned a verdict of death by visita?
tion of God.
IMPROVEMENTS TN THE MARKET.-That por?
tion of the 'lower market which wr.s^formerly
. occupied by the colored co3termongers, is be?
ing purged from the smoke and filth that was
.caused by these parties. The pavement has
b3en thoroughly cleansed, and the walls treat?
ed to several coats cf whitewash.
THE BARNWELL SENTINEL. -Mr. Bronson, of |
the Barnwell Sentinel, is in town for a fewdays,
and will call on our merchants in relation to
advertising. The Sentinal is the only paper
published in that'section of country, and con?
sequently affords a good medium of conimuni
.cation with country merchants and farmers.
Crrr COUNCIL-REOULAB MEETING-October
20.-Present, tho Mayor and Aldermen Potter,
Lindstrom, Olnoy, Cade, Whilden, Voigt and
There not being a quorum, tho?e members
present adjourned to meet on Friday orening,
.at seven o'clock. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, R A D CLII FEB OB o. -The
vestry of thia church petitioned City Council,
some time since, to repair the sidewalk on
Coming-street, in front of the church. The
petition was complied with, and the sidewalk
repaired with sand. This does not seem to
have answered tho desired purpose, and a num?
ber of the congregation are anxious to know
why the aspbaltum pavement, which has been
so successfully tried in other parts of the city,
was not laid down there also.
A NUISANCE.-Since the ne<* plank road has
een laid through Calhoun- reet to the North?
eastern Railroad depot that poi rion at the
head of Eu st Bay has become the rendezvous
for numbera of vagrant boys, both white and
colored. Tiiey have violated a city ordinance
by using tba street as a play-grou?d, and the
. noise made is a nuisance to the neighborhood.
. If the police authorities would make a raid
upon these juvenile offenders, it would be a
salutary lesson that might produce a good re?
sult. The war is over with its loud alarms,
. and by all means "let us have peace."'
EXPLOSION OP A PIPE.-Quite a consterna?
tion was occasioned at Chisolm's Mill, yester?
day, by the explosion of a small pipe connected
with one of the boilers. A little steam and
?water were thrown into the packing rcom
above the engine, where a numb jr of negro
women were at work, and frightened them so
badly that four of them jumped out of a win?
dow, but fortunately none of them were injur
e J. The damage was Boon repaired and work
resumed, but not until the most exaggerated
reports of the affair had been circulated in the
MINIATURE BOAT RACE.-A regatta of a some?
what singular character took place on the pond
at the west end ol Broad-street, on Monday
; afternoon. Throe boats were entered, the
largest boing about thirty inches in length. It
was a closely contested race, as each craft was
under fall sail. The point of the joko is that
the boats were entered and their courses
shaped by several legal and business gentle?
men, whose staid appearance on Broad-street
?would not lead to the supposition that they
could so unbind from their usual dignity. The
race was witnessed by several delighted juve?
niles, who constituted a part of the happy fam?
ORPHAN HOOBE ANNTVEBSABT_The anniver
:aaty of the Charleston Orphan House occurs
on the eighteenth of October; but on account
.of the eighteenth falling this year on Sunday,
the celebration was postponed until Tuesday
the twentieth. Accordingly yesterday, after
the usual examination and school exercises,
which did credit to both teachers and pupils, a
bountiful dinner was served for the little ones.
The dining hall was handsomely decorated, and
with its bevy of har>py juvenile gourmands
presented an interesting and attractive scene.
There arc now about three bundled and thirtv
children in the Orphan House, the larger part
.of whom were present at the examination and
.dinner, and their personal appearance spoke
-well for both the steward aud the matron.
BonBEBiEs TN CHSIST CHUBCE_A number
of robberies have taken place in Christ Church
. lately under circumstances that render it
doubtful whether any cotton will be brought to
market from that parish, except in small par?
cels tied up in the coats or blankets of freed?
men. On tho night of the 18th inst, tho cotton
house of Dr. J. E. Dawson and Mr. Joseph
Thomlinson was broken open, and about seven
hundred pounds of seed cotton, which was all
that was on the plantation, was stolen. The
thieves gained entrance to the building by rip?
ping off the hinges of the windows and carried
the cotton out in tho same way. A few nights
before that the cotton house of Mr. Ferdinand
Gregorio was broken open and fifty pounds
of seed cotton stolen. These Christ Church
robbers, however, do not confine their atten?
tions to the fleecy staple, bat make love tr? the
live stockas well. Cn the same ni^i<,that Mr.
Gregorio's cotton house was broken open, Mr.
Mosos Whitosides lost three turkeys and eleven
ducks, and Mr. Samuel Riley and Mr. Richard
Jervey wore each robbed of the only milch cow
which they owned.
A corps of detectives might be useful in
Christ Churc'j, provided they were allowed to
go well armod and to use their arms when oo
? - casion ren lered it necessary. No clue has been
discovered to the perpetrators of any of the
above robberies, except that their tracks show
that they were negroes.
THE RANDOLPH MCBDEB-THE LNQUEST AND
VEBJICT-THE BCBIAL_The Columbia Pheo?
nix, of yesterday, says : "Randolph, the col?
ored senator, was buried in Columbia, Sunday
aiternoon, aud bia- funeral was largely attend?
ed by h?3 colored friends and admirers. The
African Methodist Episcopal Church, corner of
Taylor and Sumter streets, where the funeral
services wore performed, was densely thronged.
Eulogies wore pronounced over the dead man
by three of his colored friends, after which a
procession was formed and marched to the
cemetery, where the body was interred. We
omitted to state in our notice on Suuday morn?
ing:, that an inquest was held over tho body at
Hodge's Dep-'t (or Cokesbury, as it is general?
ly termed, although Cokesbury proper is noar
lv two miles off), and a verdict rendered that
the deceased came to his untim?ly end at the
hands of threo persons unknown to the jury.
Individuals who were on the ground at the
time of the occurrence, say that as soon as tho
tembl? act was committed the partier mount?
ed theil" horses aud rode off."
IN CHAMBERS, BEFOBE MB. JUSTICE WIL?
LARD.-James Cosgrove ads. Richard M. But?
ler. A motion at Chambers to set aside
judgment. This case was argued lost week
before Justice Willard, when the foliowin;
eynopsis was published in THE NEWS :
In the last January term of thc Court of |
Common Pleas, a case of trover, for the re?
covery of a horse, was tried before Judge F. J.
Moses. Mr. R. M. Butler claimed a horse in
the possession ot Mr. James Cosgrove, and suit
was brought to obtain the same. John Phil?
lips, Esq.", appeared for Mr. Butlor, and M. P.
O'Connor for Mr. Cosgrove. The case was de?
cided in favor of the plaintiff, and an appeal
being taken, the decision of the lower court
was sustained. The Sheriff was ordered to pro?
ceed, but the defendant referted thc matter to
the military authorities, who commande ! the
proceedings stayed UDtil further orders. No
action was then "laken until the readmission of |
tho State into the Union, whon Mr. Coserovo
placed the caso m the hands of D. T. Corbin,
Esq. An injunction was then obt tined by Mr.
Corbin to stay the judgment, and a rule was
served on Mr."Phillips to show cause why the
judgment should not be vacated. A return to
this rule was made by Mr. Phillips, and the
case was argued before Ju?tico Willard in
The different features of the case wore re
viewed by Justice Willard yesterday, and
the conclusion of his decision, he stated "that
it ber/fcme unimportant to confider whether th
cause of action on which tho judgment was
founded arose at the dato of the defendant
purchase of the horse, or at tho tims of tb
plaintiff's demand, and the motion of tho de
fendant was denied."
HOTEL ABBIVALS, October 20.-Pavilion Ho?
tel.-J. O. Davis, Lynchburg, Va.; R. L. Gen?
try, Augusta, Ga.; F. J. Sanders and lady,
Barnwell; 6. 0. Sanders and lady, Barnwell;
Wm. M. McNeill, Leesville; J. P. McJullin,
Philadelphia; A. F. Free, Barnwell; J. 'W. Net?
tles, Northeastern Railroad; S. R. Rodgers,
Graham's; T. M. Creecy, Coward's; Fred. Kim
berg, Cleveland, Ohio; E. A. Bronson, Barn?
well; J. G. Grimes, Bamberg; J. E. Hendrix,
Lexington; W. T. Lightfoot, OraDgeburg; F.
Glover, Orangeburg; P. W. Farrel, Blackville;
John Fitzgerald, New York; T. S. Brockinton,
Kingstree; Miss Louisa Brockinton, Kingstree;
Mrs. T. H. Sayre, Montgomery; F. L. Sayre,
Montgomery; John^W. Gaillard, Northeastern
Rai ho -.d; C. H. Rice, Georgia.
Charleston Hotel-J. T. McNair, Cheraw;
C. M. Bailey, City ; H. A. Flipp, City
J. 0. S. Arnoke, South Carolina ; H. P.
Adams, South Carolina ; W. B. Gibs, Wil?
mington ; W. H. O'Grady, New York ; Charles
Bieman, Atlanta; Henry Esler, New Y> rk;
Mrs. Jones and daughter, Augusta ; Miss
C. R. YouDg, Camden; J. A. Youngs Camden;
James McCutchen, Indian town, S. C.; J. ?V.
Nettles, South Carolina; Tuttle Culver, New
York ; C. A. Hill, Liverpool ; J. M. B. Mc
Nary, New York ; George W. Haneock, Flo?
rida; Geo. P. Barlow, Florida; James S?eros,
New York; Mrs. S. B. Hubbard and two chil?
dren, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Willie Harris,
Florida; James Anderson, St. Augustine. Fla.:
J. W. Gilbert, Florida; A. Goldschmidt, New
York; A. S. Robbins and wife, Brooklyn, N". Y.
BELL OF MOBTAUTY.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending
CAUSES OF DE.lTH.
o LACKS OB
Heart, Disease of.
Liver. Diseaae of..
Si 8| a| l|| 5? 5j Cl 3
Whites, 9; Blacks and Colored, 19-Total, 28.
Under 1 year of age... 8 Between 50 aud 60 yrs. 1
Between land 5 yrs... 3 Between CO and 70 yrs .?6
Between Sand 10 yrs.. 1 Between 70 and 80 yrs. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2 Between 80 and 90 vrs. 2
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 3 Between 90 and 100 Vis. 0
Between 30 and 40 j ra.. 1 Over 100 years of agc... 0
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 4
WHITES. IjULACKS 0B
CAUSES OF DEATH. | B
5 s fe
I II ll J
Totals of Returns fjr week;
ending Oct 10, 1863.
Certificate lor tho following
since received :
Office of City Registrar. October 20,18C8.
GEORGE S. PJL'.ER. M. D., City Registrar.
Tile Nominations for Aldermen-How
They should be Made.
All classes of citizens will agree that
it is ot vital importance that in nomi?
nating candidates for Aldermen, the best
men in the community-men of integrity, in?
telligence and experience-should bc selected.
And it is also important that the diff?re ut in?
terests in the community should be recognized.
In making up your tickets for Aldermen, thc
claims jf thc Getmau and Irish clement of the
community-the mechanic, the doctor, the
merchant and the lawyer-should be consider?
ed. And how will you reach the desired end ?
Certainly not by selecting your candidates at
the different ward meetings, as is contemplated
by a portion ot orj citizens. Who can guaran?
tee that either ward will put a German in
nomination; and how can it be arranged thar
a preponderance of either das? will not be
nominated, if there is not concert of action
among them all? We answer that, in our opin?
ion, it should be done by a committee selectod
from all the wards-tho same plan adopted in
the selection of a candidate for Mayor, and
then we can hope for success.
THE THEATSE.-The rain last night prevent?
ed a large attendance at the theatre, but those
who brared the elementa were more than sat?
isfied with the dramatic treat that was fur?
nished. Pocahontas is one ol' the most amus"
ing farces that has ever been introduced on the
otage. It is replete with wit and humor, and
the actors sustained their parts admirably.
After this play there was an equally amusing
presentation of a tin cup to the ugliest mau in
the audience. In consequence o? the smail
number ot' ladies present, no cake was distrib?
uted. The Taming of the Shrew closed Ibo
entertainment. The performance of the or?
chestra was particularly pood throughout. We
trust that the woather will soon improve, and
the Templeton Troupe receive the encourage?
ment of lull houses every night.
FASHIONABLE MILLTNEET.-T h e ladies of
Charleston wiU bo pleased to Itara that Mi-a rt. A.
Murtland, fashionable milliner and modiste, has
now open fct her cswblto .incut, No. 303 King-strcot,
a larga assortmeu*. ot fall a .d winter millinery of the
latest Par'sian devices. ?lioie interested should pay
her an early visit.
AN EAST BAX MOVE.-Mr. Harmon H. Feren
bach has rocedtly purchased, from Mr. Lorentz, the
EaBt Bay Restaurant tormerly know aB the Palmetto
Shades. This has beeb completely refitted, and Mr.
Ferenbach will, to-day, entertain his guests with tur?
tle soup, shrimp salad and other choice dishe=. Epi?
cures are invited to attend.
HABDWABE A>-D HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
FOE ALL.-At the recent sale of the hardware 6toro
of Mr. John Van W'iukle, a large portion of the stock
was purchased by Mr. C. Kerrison, Jr., who bas
since opeued a large and complete assortment of
hardware, agrieui ui 1 luiplf-me: ts, tee., at No. 312
King-street. Mr. K irlaan li u liai a large expe?
rience in the hardware business, and his st ck hua
been selected with great care. He is also tbe agent
for the celebrated brindley Plough?.
B. SCHUB.-At thc c'ga.: btand in tho lobby
of the Chirle3ton Ho e!, THE DAILY NEWS ls kept
CHOICE GBEEN A3? BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson',* grocery, southeast corner
Society and Auson streets. Goods delivered tree.
MOREHEAD BITTERS.-These bitters can be
had at James McKean, No. 58 Anson-strcet, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 3m i3 mfw
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you waut Printing o^ecuted neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
KUPONS "I (?UP?NSI
BLUE RID iE RMLROAD COUPONS
Northeastern Railroad Coupons
City of Savannah Coupons
Memphis and Charleston Coupons
Bank Bills of all kinds wanto 1, and highe -t price
ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker,
October 20 2 No. S Broad-street.
BILLS ON LONDON AT SHORT SIGHT, FOR
sale by ROBT. MURE k CO.
October 19 G
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LhSESNE k WELLS, No. 10 Brcad-strect
October 2 Imo
EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
DRIPERS ANO MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 82 BROAD-STREET.
THE PROPRIETORS 0/ TFIS ESTABLISH?
MENT, instituted a? farbsefi as 1825, announce
that they are in receipt of a full assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CASSIMEUES
BLACK and BB0WN BEAVEB CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TRICOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH BLOSSOM CHINCHILLA
BLACK and BLUE ILAIN FBENCH.
These Goods will be very fashionable this fall, and
are well adapted to Ladies, as WALKING CLO \KS
and MANTILLAS. They will be seid by this House
by the yard, at a lower price than can bo bought
in this city. This fine stocit, lu addition, consists
Fancy Colored COATINGS and CASSI.MERES, for
FRENCH BLACK DOESKINS and FANCY CASSI
DRAB and MIXED ENGLISH CORDUROYS
RICH SILK VELVETS, CASSIMERES and SIEK
These Goods, which arc of the fiuc3t quality, thc
firm will dispose ot by the yard, or they will be
made up to order at prices considerably lower luau
market value. Call in it
No. 32 DROAD-STREET.
FOR ?ALE :
TARRING'S PATENT SAFE
STANDING DESK, LETTER PRESS
TABLE. SHOW CASE
CLOTHING TABLES, STOVES, fcc, fcc
MACUIJLAK, "WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 270 KiDg, corner of Basel-street.
October 15 C Charleston.
RSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch ol the Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers and 6 m Okers to his very ?argo stock ot
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, of ? ll grades
aud sizes, excelled by few iu this country, aud war?
ranted to be as represented.
Saiuple boxes sent to the country and order.-, ex?
ecuted by Express C. O. D., or 3'J days* city accep?
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T?J?E ETIN G-S1 li E KT FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTOX GIX,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILER*, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MIt.Li, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, ot all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND G TN GEARING, from G to
IC feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER JOT CON" PRESSES tor Hind
power, Saw an 1 Rico Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptijus
made to order
Particular attention pail to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc, dc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
Af J. CHI XIS T ? XD F 0 VXD Eli
No. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mwj
No. 308 KING-STREET,
Would respectfully inform the ladies that she has
opened a handsome assortment of
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY,
DRESS TRIMMINGS, PAPER PATTERNS.&c.
DRESS and CLOAK MAKING attonded to.
October 21_wfm 3mos
R S. Til. J. Z E R N O W
HAVING JUST RE?
TURNED from New
York, would inform
; the Ladies that she
will open Thi? Day, a
1 handsome assortment
... TRIMMINGS." Ma
dame Demorcsfs "PAPElt PATTERNS," &c.
^DRESSMAKING attended to as usual.
October 15 No. 304 KING-STREET.
Shirts ant? /urnisljing tdtoh.
FURNISHING GOODS !
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
OR MADE TO ORDER WITH PROMPT
NESS, PUNCTUALITY AND
THE SHIRTS OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
stand unrivalled for precision of cut. quality of ma?
terial, and filihiul workman ship. The best assort?
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
in the city, in tho latest styles, viz: FANCY AND
BLACK. SILK AND TAFFETA, SCARFS, 1IE8,
BOWS, Cp ATS and SPRING STOCKS, in all va?
riety of fab.i :, alylo and shape.
NOVELTY CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
SUSPENDERS AND BRACES, m all styles, of Do?
mestic, French and English manufacture
Towles' Patent Elliptic Suspender
Kid, Cloth, Buck and Dogskin Gloves and Gaunt?
White, Brown and Mixed Cotton and Merino Half
Linen and Papa Collars, al] styles, in great variety
IN GREAT VARIETY, VIZ)
MERINO, LAMB5WOOL, AND SILK UNDEB
SHIETS AND DRAWERS
Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Canton Flannel and Jean Undershirts and Drawers
Neglige Travelling Shirl s
Drawers of every kind
Hosiery, in Cotton and Wool
Handkerchief*, r- ady he r med.
And every ether fancy necessary to a gentleman's
JO" PURCHASERS ARE RESPECTFULLY IN?
VITED TO LXAMINE THE STOCK OF
TWO DOORS FROM MARKET-STREET,
Next door to La Criolla Cigar Store, op?
posite Market Un ll,
October 8 thstulmo
humo FRANCS ? !
HE RR 1 NG'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRJZE MEDALS AT WORLD1'
F.iIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EYPOSI1ION UNIVERSELLE, Pori:;
WINNER OF TBE WAG EB
30,000 FRANCS ! !
lSO,000 IN GOLD).
At the recent International Ceu:e.-t lu the Paris Ex
The paoli . are invited ts call ?nd examine the rr
port of thc Jury on thc mi nts of th ! great contest,
nw s..e the official sward tu the H?rr.nj*a Patent
over 9? Others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHER?AN.
No. SSI Broadway, comer Murray-st., New York.
vARRHEL, HERRING CO., 1 HERRING k Cu.
Philadelphia, j Chicago,
HERRING. FARREL .v SHERMAN. New ?rlean.v
Large Stock CL baud by
WALKE?, EYANS? COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND DJ EAST DAY STREETS,
THK GHKES VILLE KNTERPRISE,
G. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. UAILEY, Pro?
prietor and Associate, bas a good circulation in both
town and country, and is read in the Counties ot
Pickens, Anderson, Oconee, Spartanburg, an<i Lau?
rens. Its popularity continues to increase, and will
well repay the Charleston merchants to advertise >n
its columns. Terms as U9ual. Address as per above.
Cloting ano furnishing ?nobs.
HLAIRGEI STOCK -
FIl FILL CLOTBII,
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth.
A LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOTS,
OF ENTIRELY KEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE STYLES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAYING NONE BLT KEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THE il, HAVING 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 FROM SIG TO 525
OF THE FOLLO WIN ti GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASSIM ERES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
POWDER GRAIN CASHMERES
COMMERCIAL GRAY CASSIMERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TWEED GLENGARIA9
INDIA RUBBER OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VE3TS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMEBE?, SIDE STRIPES
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOUBLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHFRIOT CASSIMERES, 4c , ic.
BOYS i\D Y0?THS' CLOTflliVG.
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boj s and Youths from i
to 18 Years Old,
IN GREAT VARIETY, VIZ:
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND T>r.AWERS
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN A"'J CASION FL.AN.NEL UNDERSHIRTS
N?C?LIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NECK TIES, ST('CK>
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, ftc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOTED FOR THEIR FITTING QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM S3 23 TO SI 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL I
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOSr 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, V.'HILH WILL. BE MADE UP TO
ORDER IN THE BEST MANNER, UNDER
THE CARE Ot* A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH
PRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EACU ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
B, IV. MeTUREOUS, Superintendent.
Estate Sale-Entire Stock of Retail Store
No. (30-5 King-arett.
CAMPBELL. KNOX & CO.
Will sell THIS DAT, at their Cash Auction House,
No 55 Hase'-street, oppo.-ite Postomee.
EN I IKE STOCK OF Al!0\ h STORE.
DOMESTICS, Tickings Prints, Ginghams, Checks,
Denims, Hickory Stripe Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky
Jeans, Lonacloth, Gray and Plaid Flannel, White,
Colored and Fancy bosom Shirts, Stiirt Fronts, Un?
dershirts and Drawers, Woollen Wrappers, Mantillas,
Hat3, Pants, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Glove?,
Suspenders, Nubia-, Scarfs, Hoods, Button?, Ta;:es,
Pralds, soars, Pertumery, Thread, spco". Cotton,
Corsets, Blankets, Alpacas, Shoe Brushes, ?c.. ic.
Terms ca.-b. october 21
Horses, Mules, Seicing M chine? and Furni?
ture at Auction.
BY ll. 31 MARSHALL Al' BRO.
THIS DAY, ha'.f-past 10 o'clock, at No. S3 Droad
Imported Ale* and Porter.
El J. ?? F. DAWSON,
TO-MORROW. 22d inst., at ll c'cloc!: A. M., at the
Warehouse No. 17 Elilott-strect, near Church-street,
will bo sold the following: ?
- casks " Bass' " ALE. pints, in gla?s
- casks " Flarilater " Porter, pints, in glass
- casks " Kuox ic Sons'" "Alica" Ale, pints,
The above goods were imported direct from Liver?
pool ex ships Fille de L'Air, E. Winthrop and Ame?
Terms-S200 and under, cash; S200 to $40?, thirty
days; over ?40d, sixty day?, approved endorsed pa?
per. October 21
Praga, (Cljcmtf?ls, (Etc
FOP. THE WEAK \
FOE THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
?S*TiO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.^y
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PLV.E LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, 80
well known in Pharmacy :
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW?
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
f And such other HERBS AND BOOTS aa will in
cases assist digestion, promote thc secretions of
system in thc natural channels, and give
TONE AND VTGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMA
All Use It With Wonderful s ucees
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEA UTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THE3?. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTEK BITTERS. Sold by Druggists
j9?~See '-hat our 3ignaiure is over thc cork of each
bottle. DOWIE it MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Augu?t 5 6mo* Charleston, S. C.
EOS A DALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 29 Die "lyr
PAL D E ti T A L L I H A ,
TOOTH WA Sn,
For Cleansing the Teeth, Preventing thc
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
the Gums, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance in the Mouth.
SUPERIOR TO SOZCDONT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREPARATION IS 'THE RESULT OF THE
combined skill of the physician, dentist and apothe?
cary, ana it is offered as a RELIABLE substitute tor
the numerousuuc?r.alu washes now lu \oguo. The
microscope has also been called into UM, and the re?
searches of a celebrated observer h.ive detected the
maimer in which thc tartar is formed, showing it to
bs the work of animalcular
Substances which Ficinu* fou::d to des roy 'be life
of 'h'se iniusoria arc co?tante.I iu 'he Dcntalhua,
au 1 thus it prcveuts the increase ot tartar aud couie
quent loosening of the teeth. It will bc lound usoful
to persons iu advanced lit'.?, aiving strength and toue
to thc gums, ubi lo to every or,e the ar,.ma and sen
sattou ot cleanliness after using it will be suffljtcut
recom monda tl it; smokers especially will appreciate
Numerous dentists ol thc highest standing being
acquainted with the compmition of the Den alllua,
advocate its u*e, it coaUiuiug nothing corrosive or
injurious to prevent its unrestrained employment.
Prepare i ouly by JAS. T. ?H?NN, Chemist, Phila?
For sale by DOWir & MOISE,
Corot r Met'tiug and Hasel streets,
October U wiiiiSaioa Chat lesion, S. C.
s i R E POP:
Bats Mice, &c. fcc.,
without the unpleasant
effects urisrng from
their dying in their
'C~:<-S??vt3?9KsM(: sealed, and warranted
^?B-marbt?'L ~ to keep fresh tor al!
t'.mes. Thc greate-t discovery ot its kind tn the a-,'c
wc ltvo in. No person need be troubled with Rats
Mico, Rel Bites or Roaches, for Mr. Isaacson'ides.
tractive remedv is w;tbiu thc react) of all. ptepored
ouiv by himself, iront rare and vatuab c compounds,
its chtapue-s is as wonderful as ns olficacy-hun?
dreds of testimonials have been received from ail
parts cf titc I'uitcd plate* ai lo ?is raine add satisfac?
tory opentivc power, irani winch, for want of space,
wc simply select the toUowtog:
WlLLiim'S UUIEL, \>ASniSOTOX, D. C., I
October 1st, 1803. J
MR. ISAACS ES-Detr Sir: It gi-es me great pleas?
ure to testily to tu gratifying result obtained at this
Ho.-cl tbrotigo iisiu* your Phosphoric Paste; it is
unw two years s nee 1 first beard ol your rem^dy.and
determined to give it a la'r trial ; that trial proved so
successful tiiat nut a trace of Rats cr Roaches have
since becu discovered, although previous to that
tillie we wi rc completdj overrun. Wiah'ag you eveiy
success tn tue userai ctretr you have chosen,
I remain, yours respectfully,
JOHN WOLFE, Engineer.
For sale by DOWIE ft MOISE,
No. 1H9 Mceting-streeet, corner Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.,
October 7 wfm'Jmos Asents tor muthern Statt-s,
EVER A A D AGUE
NO MORE CHILLS 1 NO MORE FEVER !
GO A*D GET
THE GREAT SOUTHERN FEVER AND
Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
No. 131 Mettlng-atreet,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Bryans, Baimoralr,- m
BY N. HUNT & SON.
THIS PAY, tbc Slat nstant, at 10 o'clock, in our
salesroom, No. U2 Meeting-street, we ?111 sell, lor
12a cases BO .TS, sloes, Gvters, Brogans, Bilnio
rals, Plough shoes, and Sieanolitan and Tap Sole
All tresa and season- ble goo Is, suited to citv and
country trade, to which we invite the attention of
buyers._ October 21
Very Desirable Residence lr. the Western part
of the City.
W. Y. LEITCH & R S- BRUNS,
Will be sold, at Auction, TO-MORROW. 22d Instant,
at the old PostofS e, at ll o'clock,
That very eligibly situated BESIDENCE, known as
No. 09 Comiug'street, west side. The House con?
tains six upright room?, with double Piazzas. On
the nremlses are a eood Kitchen and all n cessary
outbuildings, all of brick. Residence recessed from
the ,.ir.-t. Lol mramired ?10 Dy ISJ feet." This is ?
very Jesirable piece bf prorertv, situated upon a high
ridge ced unsurpassed for health.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for stamps and
Property open for inspection. October 21
Desirable Two-ttory Wooden House, Nc. **
W Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold lOMOERoW, 22d instant, at ll o'clock,
at the Poatofflce,
That desirab'o TWO-SI ORY WOODEN HOUSE,
known as No. 9 Nunan-strcot, four doors from Rut?
ledge, with double piazzas. The dweUing contains
four square rooms, with kitchen and stabling room
for three horses. Lot measures 25 feet front by 100
feet m depth, more or less.
Terms cash. October 21
Bankrupt Estate oj Evans Sf Cogswell-Pro?
per!!/ of II. Cogswell.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS*
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by the
Hon. G. S. Bryan, Judge of the U. S. District Court,
I will offer lor aa'.e a; public auctiou, at the office
of the Auctioneers. No. 25 Broad-street, at 10
o'clock, on FRIDAY, 30tbinst,
A lot of SILVER, containing-oz.
Gold Watch, Studs. Sleevo Buttons
Set of Harness, and one Rifle, kc.
Tf rms cash. G. HERBERT SASS,
October 21 21,30 Assignee.
Of Valuable Real Estate and Wharf, on West
Side of Ashley River, opposite Broad-street,
and adjoining thc Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Depot, formerly known as the
Wappoo Mill and Wharf Property, and the
Machinery-To be sold under an order from
Hon. GeorgeS. Bryan, Judge of tko United
States District Court, dated August 10,1868,
and under iht instructions of the Assignee.
On TUESDAY, the 17th of November next ensuing,
at 12 o'clock, at the Old Postofllce. on Broad-street
Ch :rleston, S. C., I will sell at Public Auction, to
the higbest bidder,
The following VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE AND
WHARF PROPERTY, with tho Buildiugi thereon,
All that TR 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 Tracts known as
Nos. 4 and 5, aud more clearly defined in a plat
made by R. K. Payne, Esq., regl tered in ileane
Conveyance office, BookL, No. 13, page 410; bound?
ed north aud west on lots Nos. 3 aud C, as designated
in same plat; south on Wappoo C.-eek (a navigable
sire nu), and east on Ashley River, containing about
fitteen acres, be the samo more or le s, of high and
marsh land, at the junction of Wappoo Creek and
Ashley Elvor, iu tho centre of which ls a space of
about four hundred and seventy-five feet from east
to weat, by auout two hundred and seventy-two feet
from north to south, whereon is located the Steam
Saw Mill and all necessary Buildings for carrying on
an exiensive Lumber aud Timber business. There
is a Causeway ft-oin the Mill to ?ithin? few yards of
the tra k of the savannah and Charleston Railroad,
affording unp/ralleled facilities for receiving and
ehipplnz Lumber, Timber, Phosphates, kc. kc
At the same time and place will be sold*
The MACHINERY on the premises, viz: Avery
fiuperiir STEAM ENGINE ol sixty (60) horese power,
with Lillers complete, and many parts of the Ma?
chinery in duplicate; also, a Gang Saw Mill running
ten saws, allin good running order, ic, ic.
The sale will be conducted as fo lows :
Tho Land, Wharf aud Buildings will be sold for
one-tourth cash, and the remainder on a credit of
one, two and three years, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property sold.
The Machinery wiU be '?old for one-half cash, re?
mainder in sixty and ulnety days, secured"by approv?
ed endersi-d note.', bearing seven per cent, interest,
with a mort gae- of the property S'4d. A reasonable
tune will be allowed for the removal of the Engine,
Purchasers to pay for conveyances, stamps, ic.
To examine tho property, or for further particulars,
apple m person or by letter to
JOHN* S. RYAN,
Bank of Charleston Building,
Broad-street, Charleston, s. C.
October U wi
UNDER DECREE IX EQUITY.
Payne vs. Whitlock.
On THCBSDAY. the 6th day of November next, wiU
be sold, at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT AND PARCEL OF LAND, situate in
the Town of Wllliamstoa, containing two acres and
twenty-one hundredths ot an acre, beginning on El?
liott-street, west of lot now or recently owned by
John C. Smith to the cross street which runs by
Austin Williams' let running back from John C.
Smith's the usual width of lots in said town ; bound?
ed southwest by EU'O'.t-strczt. on tho northeast b^
John C. Smitk'?lot, ou the north by Back-stxeot, and
on thc southwi st by Cross-street.
Terras-1>ae-third caph; balance In three equal an?
nual instruments, with interest from day of sale,
payable annually. The credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser, and mortgage of the
premises; t ie buildings to ba insured and policy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
October 14 withl Master in Equity
No 6 West street al Private Sale.
BY R. Si. MARSHAL & BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers. No. 33 Broad-street.
The above well-finished BESIDENCE and large
Outbuildings, irita Cistern, Oas. ic (rented tor
JSOj), will be sold reasonably, for change of invest?
ment, sw October 10
PURITIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
?Jr For Testimonials of remarkable
enres, see "Kosadali3 Almanac" for this
PBXKYItED ONLY BX ?
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 211 RALTIAIORE-STBEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOB SALE BY
DO WIE & MOISE,
No. 109 Mceting-street, corner Hisel.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charleston, 6. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
Joly 30 frnoa*