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ING IN THE POSTOKFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFICE LAW.
ATJCTI02\ SALES IUI S EA F.
WILLUM MCKAY will sell, at No. 13G Meet- j
ing-streeb, opposite tbe P.ivihoii Hotel, a: 10
o'clock, furniture, bodding, ?tc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction boase, l?o. 55 Hasol-street,
furniture, stoves, &c.
MILES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, corner of Einer and Liberty streets,
boots, sboes and bits.
LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their office, Broad-stroet, a gold watch, silver?
ware, &c. _
AT.T. ELECTION NOTICES, Nominations of Can?
didates and Election Cards, intended for publi?
cation in THE NEWS, must invariably be paid
for in advance. Our friends, therefore, who
have sent advertisements of this character
unaccompanied by the cash, will understand
why they have not been published.
THE DAILY NEWS PRICE CURRENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAR will be roady for delivery at
our counting room at nine o'clock this morn
L ing. Single copies five cents. Orders for ten
.copies and over will bo filled at the rate of two
and a half cents per cipy.
PERSONAL.-Thc Hon. K. B. Carpenter, Re?
gistrar in Baokiuptcy, has relumed to his post
. after several months' absence from ?he city.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD NO. L-At a meet,
ung of thia Club, held last evening, the resolu?
tions of the Club of Ward No. 2, approving the
course of the Central Club, were adopted.
THE DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL CLUB.-A meeting
of this clnb will be held to-night, and a punc?
tual and general attendance is specially re?
quested, as business of importanca will bo
brought up for consideration.
CORRECTION.-Ia the notice published yes?
terday of the proceedings of Ward 5 on Wed?
nesday night, the sentence, "the resolutions
of the Club of Ward 7 were adopted," shonld
have read, "the resolutions cf the Club of
Ward 7 were rejected,"
A BRIGHT IDEA.-Mr. Walter Cade, con?
tractor for rebuilding tho store recently burnt
in Meeting-street near Hasel-strest, has white?
washed the lower portion of the scaffolding in
.front of the buiidiug, to prevent people running
against it at night.
BAITS: or THE STATE.-The hearing of the
mandamus in the case of the State vs. The
President and Directors of tbe Bank of the
State, was continued before Jastioe Willard
yesterday. Mr. Hay ne concluded his argument
for tho respondents, and Mr. Chamberlain was
heard contra. The argument will bo continued
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Leitch So
Bruns sold yesterday, at the old Cus tom h ouse,
: a four and a half story brick building on the
southwest corner of East Bay and Longitude
Lane, the lot m?asun'ng twenty-five feet front
by one hundred and forty-seven deep, for
$4000-one-third cash; the balance in one and
THE MINSTRELS.-Notwithstanding the great
attractions of the Circus, Hibernian Hall was
again filled by a large and fashionable an- j
dience, such as has testified to the merits of
. Skiff & Gaylord's troupe every night since
their arrival. It is one of the best minstrel
'troupes that bas "over visited Charleston, and
it has reaped the due reward of merit-suc?
DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT_Mr. T. D. Waring,
one of tbe workmen employed in erecting the
sew cotton press in Church-street, slipped
.'from the roof and fell to the ground yesterday,
breaking his leg and cutting his face badly.
He was instantly raised and received every at?
tention, bat his injuries will confine him to his
?bed for some time. Fortunately the building
is only one story high. Mr. Waring is a
man of family, and his accident is a great mis?
fortune to them in these hard times.
HON. GEORGE S. BRYAN.-This indefatigable
public servant resumed his duties yesterday,
after a short vacation, the first In which he
has indulged since he received his appoint?
ment as Judge of the United States District
-Court for Sooth Carolina. Judge Bryan has
been spending a few weeks at the North in
pleasant relaxation, rendered necessary by his
^arduous duties, and has returued braced in
health and spirits for the unremitting labors
?of the coming winter.
THE CIRCUS LAST NIGHT.-Aa a natural con?
sequence of the fino parade yesterday, the de?
lightful weather and the beautiful moonlight
night, Robinson's pavilion was crowded last
evening by an immense audience, whose ex?
pectations had been excited to the highest
pitch of curiosity aud wonder. The perform?
ances were loudly applauded throughout, and
when the exhibition was over, all went away
satisfied that they had not been mistaken in
believing that John Robinson had the largest
.and most complete circus and m?nagerie in
THE CITY FIRE COMPANIES.- The colored
"firemen of Charleston paraded yesterday
"through the principal streets, having then ap?
paratus in excellent order, and presenting, rm
the whole, a very fine appearance. The color?
ed firemen are, and always have been active,
.able-bodied fellows, the picked men of our
.colored population, and they deserve credit,
not only for then: handsome parades, but also
. more especially for their vuluable services in
.the many conflagrations which have visited
MEETTNG-SIREET IMPROVEMENTS.-The scaf?
folding bas been removed from thc new build?
ing of Messrs. Cameron, Barkley & Co.. at tho
corner of Meeting and Cumberland streets, and
its proportions are now visible. It is not as
.ornamental as was at first desigued, but will
.be a great improvement to that part of Meet- j
ing-street. The repairs on the Ice House are
.atiil progressing, and that structure will bo
-completely remodelled and made both more
useful and moro ornamental, as its capacity
.will be increased and tho dilapidated front re?
placed by some more modern desiga.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Octobpr 21.-Charleston
EsfitW-Osear Duncan, Green County, A;a.; W.
McLendon, Dubliu, Geo.-J. K. Jillson, Colum
Lbia; W. F. Brittain, New York; E. F. Burrows,
Sumter; T. J. Robertsou, C. Logau, J. H. Kun
kle, Columbia; Fred. Preston, Liverpool, Eng.
Pavilion Hotel-James B. Huunicutt, Geor?
gia; John Robinson's Circus Troupe; D. Jar?
dine, Augusta, Geo.; H. W. Lucken, Walter
boro'; George E. B. Morrison New York; J. o.
Davis, Atlanta; W. H. Kennedy, - Barnett,
Thomas P. Fcrdin-nd, Brooklyn; P. Hamnier
ahild, Black Oak; J. W. Nettles and wife, Wil
Uamsbarg; H. Z. Graham, Leesville; J. J. Net?
tles, Henry R. Laurens, South Carolina; T. J.
Youngblood, Blackville; Thomas Murphy, South
Carolina; F. Alls, Florence, 8. C.; C. D. Bald-'
win, North Carolina; W. H. Brisbane, Beau?
THE MERCANTILE CO-OPEBATITE 8TORE.
Cc-operativo Association Lave opened
store at tho corner of King and Calhouu-sti
and not content wit): stocking it with i
variety of groceries, they huve made the
rior both showy and attractive? Tho sta
admirably adapted to tho grocery trade
as the superintendent and assistant are i
getic business men, iho project will n
allowed to fail. Tho Association dei
credit for their speedy action, as they
been formed but a few months, and the I
is already in successful operation.
ATTENTION! REPUBLICANS.-A. J. Rac
Chairman of the pt atc Central Executive (
mittee of the Republican party, publish*
thia morning's NE ?vs a card, advising the n
hers of the par. y in Charleston, Colan
Sumter and Orangeburg not to join in cei
proposed processions on the2dNovemoeri
and denying that he authorized thc cal
such processions, which was published
his name. He thinks the processions arc
necessary, and might occasion mischief,
therefore advises strongly against them,
gives also the following additional laudable
vice : "To carefully guard against causing,
undue excitement by speech or acti?n>->."
ANN IVERS Aitr MEETTNQ.-Tho one hu ad
and sixth anniversary of tho Society for
Relief of the Widows and Orphans of
Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Churcl
South Carolina was held at the Mansion Ho
in Rroad-dtroet. ou Wednesday evening, i
after the business was concluded, the soc
entered into au election for officers, with
following result :
Dr. W. T. WBAGG, President.
A. T. WHIlE, Viee-Presiden-.
JAMEs R. PRINGLE, Treasurer.
E. HOERS* iROS?, Secret try.
Standing Cummitue-James Ro c, Charles Als
W. P. Pringle, C. X. Lowndes, Hon. K. D. Leso
Dr. James P. Jervey, Hon. William Aiken, W. Als
Pringle, William C. BJC.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATING CONVENTION.-J
followiug are the delegates appointed from
various Ward Clubs to tho Nominating C
vention, to be held at Masonic Hall this e
TVard 1-Declined to send delegates.
Ward 2-Declined to send delegates.
Ward 3-Messrs. Janies Armstrong, Jr.,
L. O'Neill, William Knox, Garret Byrnes t
H. C. Robertson.
Tfard 4-Declined to send delegates.
Ward 5-Declined to send delegates.
Ward 6-Messrs. Oetjon, Martin, C. E. Ka
paus, Lee and Hargraves.
Ward 7-Messrs. Simons, Tobin, Yaroo
Fraser and Hunter.
Ward 8-Messrs. M. P. Halsey, F. J. LTei
J. H. Green, W. Brewer, Sr., and J. B. Nix<
THE CIRCUS PARADE.-The parade of Jo
Robinson's Circus troupe yesterday was one
the stroet sights worth seeing. Thchorsjs wi
fine, the riders numerous and strikingly dre
ed, and the array of travailing cage? imposii
The elephant and camel took their places
the procession, free and unconfined, and
tracted universal attention. On the back
the elephant was a light structure rcsembli
a pulpit in shape, bat made of a frame wc
covered with silk aud.gauze. From this ea
ern pulpit rose what appeared to bs a hu
man, twelve or fourteen feet high, nodding a
gesticulating to thc attending crowd. Tl
was, o? course, only a lay figuro with a m
inside, but many a juvenile went home firrr
convinced that he had seen tho lineal desee
dont of Gohath of Gath. The procession
its lout ensemble was pronounced by manc?
he tho handsomest and most complete of tl
kind that had ever appeared on thc streets
A SHOOTING SCBAPE-EXCITEMENT OF TE
CROWD.-Quite an excitement was created :
the city yesterday by rumors that a white bc
had been shot by a negro on the Citadel Gree
and killed. Few porsous were a war o of tl
facts of tho case, and as the story was eira1 a
ed it grew. Yesterday morning, about half-pi
10 o'clock, while a large crowd was around tl
Circus tent anxious to see the wonderful sight
some of the boldest lifted the edgo of the cai
vase and took a peep. A negro named San
Scott, who was engaged in keeping the crow
at a distance, shouted at them and went ti
ward them for the purpose of driving thei
away. While in discharge ot this duty a pisti
which he held in his hand was fired, aud
pm all whito boy standing near was shot in tb
calf of the leg, the bullet coming out justabov
the ankle. The negro was arrested by ordc
of General Chitz and taken to thc upper Guare
house by a detachment of United States so
diers and transferred to tho civil authontioc
His pistol was token away aud he was held t
answer the charge ot carrying concealed weap
ons and assault with intent to kill. He claim
that the shooting was accidental, the piste
being cocked, and it was fired while he wa
trying to lot down the hammer. A large crowi
followed tho eoldiers to the Guardhouse, am
the excitement ou tho s'rcot doubtless causee
the many rumors that were afloat. T_w bo;
was not seriously injured and will soon recover
as he received prompt medical attention.
WARD 5.-At tho meeting of the Dcmocratii
Club of this ward, held on Wednesday evening
a majority decided to sustain the action of th?
Central Club. After the me?ting bad ndjourn
ed, the minority, who were only beaten by on<
vote, met and decided that the ward should b<
represented in the proposed Nominating Con?
vention, and thc following delegates wero cho?
sen: H. H. Bolger, Wm. Byrne, Jos. H. Op?
penheim, M. Kelley and W. P. Russell, lt wae
also decided to call a meeting cf the citizons ol
the .vard favoring such action to meet the next
night. The meeting was held last night, and
the following proceedings were ordered to be
ARNOLD'S HALL, MEETINO-STBEET, ?
October 2tf, 1868. j
At a meeting of the Democratic citizens of
Ward 5, composed ol memberd of the Demo?
cratic Club of said ward, ca led pursuant to ad?
vertisement in the daily journals of this date,
for the purpose of considering thc action ot
tho meeting held ou tho evening of the 28th
Mr. H. H. Bolger was called to tho chair,
and .Mr. W. P. Russell appointed secretary.
The chairman stated the purpose for which
tho meeting was called, and the secretary read
the proceedings ot tho meeting of thc pre?
vious evening, whereupon Mr. M. Kelley offer?
ed tho following preamble and resolutions,
which wcro unanimously adopted:
Whereas, The D?mociauc Club of Ward 5,
at its regular meeting held on Wednesday night
la8t, passed a resolution by a majority of but
one vote, aud that tho entire assembly consist?
ed of but a very small portion of thc citizeus
of the Ward, being c -inposed of only forty
five persons, that it was inexpedient to nomi?
nate a ticket for Mayor and Aldermen of the
city in the coming mun-cipal election; and wc,
the citizens of Ward 5, having duly considered
the matter, cannot arrive at tho same conclu?
sion; theretore be it
R( solved, That we heartily endorso thc opin?
ion of tho largo minoru; then prosent, and
concur fully with the resolutions O? Ward 7 re?
lative to the nomination of a Mayor and Al?
Mr. Neils offered the following resolution,
which was unanimously adopted:
lies-jived, That inasmuch us a meeting of tho
citizens of Ward 5, comprising a part of the
Democratic Club of said ward, who was iu favor
of nominatiug candidates for the Mayoralty
and Aldermen of tho city in the approaching
municipal election, held ? meeting in this hall
on last eveuiug, after the adjournment of said
Club, and appointed five delegates to represeut
this ward in tue proposed Convention, we the
citizens of this ward do now fully concur in
said action of said meeting, held last Wednes?
day evenin %
No further business, the meeting adjourned.
. HENRY H. BOLGER, Chairman.
W. P. RUSSELL, Secretar}-.
UNITED STATES COUBT, OCTOBEB 29-HON.
GEOBOE S. BRYAN, PRESIDING.-EX parte
George F. von Kolnitz. Application for final
discharge. On motion of John Phillips, Esq.,
tho final hearing was ordered for November 5.
Ibo following petitions lo establish lions
weie presented by Messrs. Izlar & Dibble, and,
on their motion, referred to B. B. Carpenter,
Esq., Registrar in Bankruptcy: Ex parto Julian
Gatos, in re Albert A. Shumaker; ex parto V. D.
V.Jameson, in re Ed.vard Argoe; ex parte
Daniel F. Young, in re Adam C. Zeigler: ex
parte Louis D. S. Kennedy, in re Samuel T.
Ex parte Ephraim Am ak cr, in re Adam C.
Zcaglcr. Petition to establish lien, and to bs
made party defendant to the petition of D. T.
Young. Hutson & Legare, pro pet. Referred
to R. B. Carpenter, Esq.
Ex parte Samuel Dibblo, in rc Ezekiel &
Koku. Petition tho same with tho exception
of thc name of Young; instead of whicb, E. V.
Snell. Izlar & Dibble, pro pet.
Esparte P. Y. Dibblo, in re Jeremiah Riley.
Petition to sell and clear mcumbrance. Izlar &,
Dibblo, pro pet. Referred to R. B. Carpenter,
and assignee ordered lo sell.
Ex part i Henry Liviugston, in re Daniel
Livingston. Petitition to establish a lien. Iz?
lar & Dibble, pro pet. Same order.
Ex parte W. A. Wardlaw. Application for
fiual discharge. Simouton & Barkar, pro pot.
Ex parte Henry Deas, Jr., in re Philip Ep
stin. Petition to collect reut. Robt. Chisolm
for assignee. Ordered, that rent now due thc
estate of Philip Epstin be paid to Henry
Deas, Jr., aud ba held subject to order of
Ex parto J. K. Lintier, trustee, in rc Hut
son Lee. Petitition to c,t.:bl.u!i lion. Hen?
derson & Bebra, pro pc:. Rc.'oired to R. 13.
Ex parle Eoaugh & Mallonoo, in re John G.
Thurston. Petition to establish a lion. Simons
& Simons, pro pct. Referred to R. R. Carpen?
Ex parto Thomas C. Weatherby, of Marl?
boro'. Petition for fiual discharge-petitioner
in pro per. Final hearing ordered for Novem?
ber 19, and referred lo R. B. Carpenter.
Ex parte Joseph Fundcrburk, of Oraugcburg.
Petition for final discharge, l?monton ec Bar?
ker, pro pct. Same order as above.
Ex paite Isaac F. Hunt, J. H. Hunt and A.
B. Thompson, as Hunt & Brother. Petitions
for final dischargo. McCrady & Sou, pro pct.
Fin? boanng ordered on November 20, and re?
ferred to R. B. Carpenter.
Ex parte Donald L. McKay, in rc Frederick
W. Ford and Joseph W. Ford. Petition to
establish a hon. Simonton & Barker, pro pct.
Referred to R. B. Carpenter.
Ex parto A. G. Goodwin. Petition for final
discharge. Prossley, Lord & Inglesby, pro
pet. Final healing ordered in Columbia No?
vember 20, and referred to R. B. Carpenter.
Ex liarte James A. Barnes, of Sumt r. Same
petition; same order.
Ex parte Robert E. Cooper. Same order as
In ro R. Ragin Briggs. Petition for final
discharge. Simonton & Barker, pro pet. Dis?
Ex patte Sydney P. Durant, of Lynchburg.
Petition for voluntary bankruptcy. Blinding
& Richardson, pro pet. Tho ordor of adjudica?
tion was signed by the Judgo, and tho case re?
ferred to R. B. Carpentor.
Ex parte Reuben J. Welch. Same'potition
and the same order granted.
Ex parte Albert Theodore Cordes, in rc
Theodore Cordes. Petition io establish a lien.
Rutledge & Young, pro pet. Referred to R.
Tho following petitions for final discharge
were presented by Julius C. Carpenter and re?
ferred to R. B. Carpenter, u final hearing to bc
had at Columbia, November 21 : Jno. N. Mc?
Millan, Robt. Mins, Benj. F. Poeples, Charles
Ray, W. B. Mathoncy and Israel Walker, of
Blackville; Peter S. Wortham, of Gourdin'a
R. W. Seymour, Esq., presented a similar
petition for Clementina T. Mrule, of Charles?
ton, and tho same order was granted as above.
Noiicx TO APPLICANTS FOR CITIZENSHIP.-Tho
following persons, residents of Ward No. 8,
and applicants for citizenship, are here?
by notified to call at the Law Office of Augus?
tine T. Symthe, Esq., corner of Broad and
State-streets, fv,r tho preparation of their
papers, aud attendance at Court to receive
their certificates, viz: John Buck, Ludor
Brandt, Fredrick Bollmanu, William Diers, C.
W. Dunn, Thomas Egan, Charles Green,
James Howard, John Hawthorne, A. nenken,
William Hishler, A. Krvgle. Jacob Sobshicl,
J. Mandovillc, D. Muller, John Mappitis, Hen?
ry Peterson, Dauiel Sullivan, M. Shea, G.
Stobfol, A. Semkoller, H. Sharff,. D. Spenken,
H. T. Shumacker, H. Tork, L. Veachrich, F.
W. Von Bunte, J. Wells, H. Waltcher, Wil?
liam McFerrin, J. M. Eirk, William Lucas,
Patrick Murray, James Fulton, Edward Eiscr
ha.ut, and Edward Camera.
By the Committee on Citizenship, Ward
No. 8. ._ _
MABKRT FARM FOB SALE.-Tho well-known
Provost farm, ino of thc best near Charleston, is for
sale by Mt-ssrs. John F. O'Neill k son. If has on it
a comfortable dwelling and good outhouses, and
having been heretofore well cultivated, offers an ex?
cellent opportunity to purchasers.
AT REDUCED PRICES-Choice Breakfast Strips,
new Smoked Salmon, Codfish, Smoked Tongues,
Smoked Beef, Dutch Herring, Fulton Market JJeef,
ot extra quality.
No. 1 Maekcrol, in half and quarter barrels and
kits: Desiccated Codfish, something new (or family
use; fresh Tomatoes, in one, two and three pound
New Raisins and Fi?s, fresh Crackers of all kind?,
received this week at Wm. S. Coririn k Co., No. 275
Kiuc-strcet; also, new Buckwheat Flour, in 12.'?
pouud, 25 p und, facks and boxes, half barrels and
barrels. 3 October 3'J
DELICIOUS OYSTER sour, fish chowder, roast
beef and tho apppriat j trimmings, liim a peculiarly
attractive bill ol' faro for lunch at "Our House ' to?
CHOICB GREEN ANJ BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pouud. at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered lree.
MOREHEAD BITTERS.-Those bitlers can bo
had at James McKcau, No. 53 Ansou-street, who is
prepared lo lill all order? with dispatch.
August 10 3mos lui iv
If you want cheap BUnk Boobs;
If you want cheap Stationery, EnvelopePaper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you nant Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Booka made to oixUr, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 39 Broad?
yyiLLis ?s cinsoLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
8UIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Torta) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
?.WILLIS......A. B. CHISOLM.?
(iloujing uni /nrnitliing ?dois.
NOW OPENED AT
NO. 291 KING-STREET,
Corner of Weutworth.
A LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOS!1 DESIRABLE STYLES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEPEND ON HAVING NONE BUT NEW
GOODS OFFEllED TO THE ll, HAVING DIS?
POSED OF TILE 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 810 TO 835
UP THE FOLLOWING GOODSt
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TRICOT CASSIMERES
MIXED COLORED MELTONS
POWDER GRAIN CASSIMERES
COMME.;CI\L GRAY CASSIMERES
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASSIMERES,
BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
BLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCOATS
"WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF TWEED GLENGARIAS
INDU RUBDEIt OVERCOATS AND CAPES.
PANTALOONS AND VESTS 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, ftc, ko.
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boys and Youth? from 4
t> IS Years Old,
IN GREAT VARIETY, VIZ:
MERINO, L\MB->WOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWEES
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NECK TIES, STOCK-)
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, kc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NOrED FOR THEIR FIT UNG QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
FROM 8? ?5 TO S4 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STILES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE Mosr CHOICE GOODS OF jms
SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM, E X G L I S H AND
AMERICAN* CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI?
MERES, DOESKINS, TRICOrS AND BEA?
VERS OF BLACK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WHICH WILL BE MADE UP TO
ORDER IN THE BEST MANNER, UNDER
THE CARE OF A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH
PRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
WM. MATT HI ESSEN.
B. W. MeTCREOUS, Superintendent.
j) n s u r ? n r t M (j f n r i).
NEW TOBE UI^E ?SUEANCE COMPANY.
THTS COMPANY ORIGINATED THE CELEBRATED TEN YEAR NON-FORFEITCRE SYSTEM.
Issues every kind ol Policy approved by science and its experience ot' nearly a quarter of a century,
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PREMIUMS PAYABLE ANNUALLY, SEMI-ANNUALLY AND QUARTERLY ; AND CREDIT OF 40
PER DENT. ALLOWED IF DESIRhD.
General infonmtiou will be afforded, and tbe Superintendent's reports of all the Companies exhibited,
upon call at this O?ice.
THOMAS F HOST. General Agent for Sonth Carolina,
October 9 fmw imo No. 54 HROAD-STREET.
0. E. CLAGIIOHN, 1 Philadel- AV. F. HERRING, A. M. JACKSON,
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CLAGHOKN, HEEEIXG & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON", S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HVVTNG RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A' BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we are prepared to offer every facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF OUR 'IHKEE HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE raado on all consignments when desired. Also to our friends,
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October 6 DAC 3mcs
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OPENED THIS DAY,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF CUSTOMEBS
October 23 fmwG No. <23 KINO-STBEET.
JJ^ISS R. A. MUKTLAND,
No. 308 KING-STREET,
FTJLLY Inform the
Ladies lhat she has
opened a handsome
FALL AND WINTER KIILLINEUY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfm 3mos
(fans, ffotilg, ((ctr.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JH. HAPPOLDT. PRACTICAL OUNMAKER,
. No. 110 M EE ITNG-STR E ET. offers at low
prices to suit tho limns. BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOUBLE GU?S,
Superior Single Guns for Boy*. Also. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNI1ION.
HST REPAIRING executed as usual.
October 23 lmw Imo
HK i t; i. K ii it \ r i. ii
'Arrow Tic" Cotton Band.
THK DKMAND FOR THIS UNIVERSALLY POP?
ULAR COTTON TIE having so lar exceeded our ex.
pectations in view of the miny other patoDts offered
in the market, wo have hitherto been unable to keep
supplied. We take pleasure, however, in announcing
to our cnotomera that we have now made such
arrangements an will enable us henceforth to kelp a
full supply alway* on hand. We are now daily ex?
pecting the arrival of a slipment, when all ordcr3
awaiting extcut ou will be filled.
ROBE UT Ml UK & CO.,
Agents for ioutk Carolina and Charleston.
October 23 fmw Imo
Prujjs, (g?mirais, (Etc.
QPAL DENT ALLINA,
For Cleansing thc Teeth. Preventing thc
Formation of Tartar, giving (one to
thc Gums-anti leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness anti
.Fragrance in thc Month.
8?PEBIJH TO SOZCDONT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREPAIIATIOM IS TUE BESTJLT OF THE
ccu,hiucd skill of the physician, dentist and apothe?
cary, aud it is offered a- a KIXIAHLE sir stilute tor
the uumorousuuer aiu washes now in voguo. 'Hie
microscope has also been called into u-c, ano the re
.searches of a celebrated observer have detected the
manlier in which thc tartar is formed, showing it to
be ike work of animalcule.
Substances which Firinu* found lo des roy 'he life
of ihrsc Infusoria arc contained in he Dentalliua,
au I thus it prevents thc increase ol'tartar ami con-e
quent looseniuc of the teeth. It will be louud u.seiul
to persons in advanced life. giving ftrcugth iud tone
to tlic Ruins, while to every or.e thc aroma und sen?
sation of cleanliness after using lt will be sufficient
reconnue udall u; smokers especially will appreciate
Numerous dentists ot the highest standing bo'ni:
acquainted with tne composition of the Den nlliua.
advocate its use, it coutainin? nothing corrosive or
injurious to prevent i s unrestrained employment.
Preparer only bi JAS. T. SHINN, chemist, Phila?
For sale by DO WIK i MOISE,
Corner Meeting and Hasel streets,
October 14 wfui3inos Charleston, S. C.
Rat?, Mice, fcc, fcc,
without the unpleasant
effect* aning from
their dying In their
scaled, and warranted
to keep tresta tor ul
?.overt' o' Bs kind m :he age
wc livo in. "No person need bc troubled witta lt.it
Mic-% Bed Bugs or Roaches. (or Mr. isiaescn's der.
tructive reined, is w.thui the ru.ic'a of all. piepan-d
oulv by himself, from rare and valueb e compounds,
its chtapne-s is as wonderful as its orEcacy-hun?
dreds of testimonials luve been received from a:l
parts of thc United slate* as to its value add fwtislac
tory operative power, from which, for wa^t ol'span - ,
wc simply se.eel ihe tallowing:
WlLLjni/S HO IEL, \N A?niSGTO.V, D. t\, I
October ls'. 18GS. J
MB. ISAACSEN- D.ar Sir: It ia es me great pic.-'-j
ure to testily to Ita gratifying result obtained a l.iis
Uotol througu usin? your Phosjinorie P.,s:e; it in
now two years s neu 1 firs' heard ot your rcmndyaud
dete.mined io give it ? la>r .rial; that trial proved so
auecesstul that not a trace oi Bats cr Roaches have
since been discovered, although previous to that
timo we \v< rccomploteli ov?rrun. Wishing you eveiy
success in tue useful career you have clio- cn,
I remain, yours respectfully,
JOHN WOLFE, Ingineer.
For ?ale by DOWIE & Moist?.
No. 1G9 Meetiug-streeet, coruor Hisel,
Charleston, b. C.,
October 7 wfm3inos Agents for Southern States.
Praga, (?t)cmif?l5, (Ctr.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
?3-NO BITTERS E^?AL TO THEM.^
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PURE LIQUOR, HERB3 AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PEBUVTAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HERBS AND ROOTS as will In
cases assist ingestion, promote the secretions of
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR IO THE
YOUNG- AND OLD, MALE AND FEM A
AU Usc It AV i 111 IV o n cl erf ni Surcos
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY TEEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BLTIEBS. Sold by Druggists
and Gi oe era.
jBj??See that our signature is over tho cork of each
botdc. DOWIE cfc MOISE.
POPBIETOBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
Auffnot 5 6mo* Charleston, S. C.
J) O S A 1) A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands oj our Best Citizens.
t?T For Tes . 1 m on i als of remarkable
cures, nee ?'RosadaLU Almanac" for thu
PitEPAILED OSOS BT
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 211 BAT TT3IOEE-8TREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE DI?
DO WIE & MOISE,
No. ICU Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE R R 1 NG'S PATENT
AW hi-DEO THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD"'
E.\IR, bondon ; WORLD'S FAIh. New York ;
EY.POSI?ION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGED
30 OOO FRANCS I.!
?0.000 IN GOLDI.
At the recent International Comest in the Paris Es
flic public are invited to call anti examine the re?
port ol' the Jury on the menu of tho groat contest
iu.1 see tile official award to tbe llwmj'? Paifxt
over nil others
?EKKIVG, FARREL & SHERMAN
No. 251 Broadway, corner uurrav-sL, New York.
'. ARR K TI, BERRIN CS k CO., \ H KR RINO A CO.
Phi hu eil'hu. j Obicitfo.
[EBBING, FARREL i: SHERMAN. New Orean?
Large Stock un baud by
W \ LUE lt, ?TAUS* (OGSWELX
Nos. 3 BROAD AN o l?'J EAST HAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C. |
March 3 9mo
Kew and Second-hand Furniture, Stoves,
Hardware, J c.
BY CAMPBELL KNOX & CO.
THIS PAY. at in o'clock, at th-ir f ash Auction
H ou o, No. 55 Hase'.-: tree:, opposite Postofflce,
will bf poid.
SUPER MAHOGANY BOOK CUSE imaple lined),
two > cw Cottage >eU (each ten piece'), Bocking
Chairs, Parlor Chairs, Children's Chairs, Bedsteads,
Stoves, Mirror. Hardware.
Two COTTAGE SETS, out little used, Mattresses,
Sheets, Blankets. Pillows, Crockery, ?tc, kc.
Two FR1-.NCH PLATE MIRRORS, Mahogany
Counting House Desk.
Conditions casb. October 30
Boots, Shoes and /lats.
B? MILES DHAKF.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
80 cases . OOTS and SHOES, just re .ci ved by
steamships Manhattan and Sa agossa.
Cases Meu's A 1 WAX BROGANS and BALMO
Cases Meu's Buff and Kip Brogans and Balmorals
Cases Men's Calt Congress
(ases Men's Kip Boots
Cases Ladirs' Sprge congress
Cases Ladies Morocco P tish Boots
Cities Women's Go it ami Caff Bootees
Cases Boys' Brogans and Balmorals
And a largp variety f f Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dr?n's Shoes in cartoons.
40 cases, 240 dozen, Men's, Bovs' ?er-d Children's
Balance of Furniture, removed from ?Yo. 1
Will sell THIS DAY (Friday), the 30tb, at 10 o'clock,
? st No. 136 Meeting-street, opposiie Pavilion Ho?
BUREAUS, Bedstead, Fer.tber Be ls, Mattresses,
Pillows, Ac, kc
TWO OFFICE DESKS, Letter Press. Block and ,
Tacklp. kc._October 30
Bankrupt Estate of Evans ? Cogswell-Pro?
perty of H. Cogswell.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of salo to mo directed by the
Hon. G. s. Bryan, Jndgo of the U. S. District Court,
I will offer for sale at public auction, at the office
of the Auctioneers. No. 25 Broad-street, at 10
o'clock, THIS DAY, 30th inst,
A lot of bil VER, containing-oz.
Gold Watch, Studs. Sleeve Buttons
Set of Harness, and one Rifle, kc.
Ttrms casb. G. HERBERT SASS,
October 3u 21,30_Assignee.
Desirable Residence in Pitt street.
BY WARDLAW & CAREW.
Will be sold at Public Auction, on WEDNESDAY.
4th November, at ll o'clock, A. M., in front of the
Old Po.-toaice, "
That very desirable thref-story BRICK DWEL?
LING, No. 37 Pitt-street, containing six largo square
rocms, pantry and dressing ro .-ms, with BBS, double
piazza, ?nc bri k kitchen, stables, carriage hou?e,
and i ther outbuildings, all ha good condi'ion. The
lot measures seventy-five leet in fiont by two huc
dred-and twenty-five feet in depth, more or less;
baring in front a fiue flower garden, with a lar.c and
choice selection of ros-.- trees and - ther shrubs and
plants. 1 he premises may be examined at an/ time
until day of sale.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. fmtuwl October 30
Real and Personal Estate and Hotel Furni?
On TUESDAY, first December next, at 12 o'clock,
before thc Old Postofflce, Broad-street. Charleston,
S. C., will bc sold by the Assignee of Joseph Pur?
cell, Bankrupt, at public auction,
TUE FOLLOWING VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE:
AU that one undivided half (M) interest in the
MILLS HOUSE HOTEL, on southwest corner of
Meeting and Queen streets, containing, on Meeting
street, 80 feet, and also on thc lands of estates of
Mixer and En.-ton 31 feet 3 inches, and also on the
lands of the estates of Mixer and Euston 18 feet 2
inches, making in all on the east li -e 129 leet 10 inches,
more or less; uor.h on Queen-?t-eet 275 feet 4 inches,
more or leas; south ou land? of Hibernian Society Bi
feet, also on land of estate ot Daniel Mixer and Wm.
Enstoa 117 feet 8 inches, and 22 feet 4 inches, also on
lands Soc cty of Friends 41 feet, in all on south line
270 feet, mor-- or less; west on land of Society of
Friends 14 feet 8 inches, also on laLd now, or late of.
James S. Watson 97 feet, ia all oo west Unes of 111
feet 8 inches, more or Uss, which said premises are
delineated and appear, by a plat of the saree mado by
Paul Derc, Civil Engineer, and dated April 15, 1803.
One-fourth (l-4tb) undivided inte-est in the
WOODEN HOUSE AND Li >T oa Meeting-street, next
south of Mills House, containing on Meeting-street
31 leet 8 Inches, and in depth 117 feet 8 inches, more
or le-s, having such dimensions as will appear upon
One undivided half interest in thc BRICK HOUSE
AND LOT on Meeting-street, next south ot the
above, con mini DR on Mediinx-stroet 1> feet 2 inches,
aod in t'epth 14<J leer, more or less, barium such di?
mensions as will appear upon above mentioned plat
At Mills House Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, second
December ne\t, at 10 o'clock *. M., and there con?
tinuing from day to day until the property shall bc
All the FURNITURE of the Mills House Hotel,
Parlor. Chamber, Liniug Room s ml KITCHEN
FURNII URE, all in perfect otf ?i and latest styles,
complete for the equpi^cul or a flrsl-clais hotel.
Terna?-Tee real estate will be -o'J tor one-third
cash, the balance payable in one and two years, in?
terest payable annually, seoir jd by bond and mort?
gage of the property, which :s to bc insured, and the
policy to he assigned. Pur.-hasers to pay for stamps,
Thc Furniture will be sold for cash, tobe delivered
on day of sale. E. W. MARSHALL,
Assignee oj the Estate Joseph PurcelL
Oitober 26 mwflO tul
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ? CO.
October 23 fmw Imo
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
A DVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
j^L New York, Liverpool anti Havre, by
LLSESNE k WELLS, No. lu Broad-streeL
October a Imo
A. D. FLEMING'S
STEAM CM FACTORY,
NO. 311 KlIVG-STKEET,
BRANCH STORE CORSER KISO A SD ASS
rrUKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCIVG TO HIS
cufl'.otcers, and public in general, that he is
now r >ady, with a full supply of CANDIES of his
own minuf.ic*uriug. Keens constintly ou hand a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES,of the greatest
var ely. Fresh CAKES and PIES of all sorts are
da'.y baked at his Steam Candy Factory. The
pu'ilic in geaeral, an:1, particularly the country mer?
chin!", will Ind it to their interest hy giving him a
ca'l be'ore purchating elsewhere.
O.tober 20 Imo
ROSAD A LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sile by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 DA-c lyr
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLINDS
Charleston, 8. C.
Particular attention paid to chipping.
July 30 Gmos*