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THE DAILY NEWS.
gg* LABOES! CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS KEINO THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS SAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
.PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS BEMAIN
?NG IS THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PBOVTS
iONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A irOTIONSALES THIS BAT.
Joss 6. RYAN will sell at ll o'clock, al the old
Postoffice, valuable real estate and wharf j
property on west side of Ashley River.
LEITCH & BECKS will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoflico, desirable residence in Can?
E. W. M. HACKET will sell at 10 o'clock, at
the Courthouse, horse and mules; also al the
northwest corner of Church-street and Light?
wood alley, contents of a grocery store.
E. W. IL MACKEY will sell at 10 o'clock, at
Guy's Farm, Meeting-street, farming imple?
ments, stock, and lease of farm.
MILLIGAN & SON will sell at 10 o'clock, in
their Btoro, Vendue Range, dry goods, turni
JESFORDS & Co. will Bell at half-past 9 o'clock
in front of their stores, Vendue Range, bacon
strips, molasses, ?cc.
R. 5: A. P. CALDWELL will sell at hair-past
9 o'clock, before their store, East Bay, candies,
T. M. CATER will sell at three-quarters-past
9 O'CIOCK, on Brown's wharf, butter, lard,
G. W, STEFFENS & Co. will sell at half-post 9
o'clock, in front of their store, Venduo Range,
barns, shoulders, buttar, ?cc.
J. A. EN&LOW & Co. will " sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, Eabt Bay, bacon, flour.
JOHN G. MJLNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom, Meeting-street, assorted
LAURE; & ALEXANDER will sell at 10 o'clock,
in their store, East Bay, butter, hams, molas?
MTT.Tta DBAKB will sell, at 10 o'clock, at his
atoro, corner King and Liberty streets, cloth?
ing and dry goods.
THE NEWS TN COLUMBIA.-THE DAILY NEWS
can be obtained in Columbia each afternoon
upon the arrival of the Charleston train, at
tho periodical store of Wm. B. Carr ?t Co., who
will supply the paper at tho rate of 25 cents
per week. Single copies 5 cents.
POSTMASTEES and other friends of THE NEWS
are particularly requested, at this time, to aid
us in making either our daily or our tri-weekly
issue a regular visitor in every family in the
State. THE NEWS ?B already much the cheap?
est newspaper in the South, and the immense
strides which it is every day making in circu?
lation and popularity encourages us to re
doable oar efforts tojmake it in every respect
EPISCOPAL ORDINATION.- BOY. J. W. Motte
was to have been ordained at Cheraw, on Sun?
day last, by Bight Rev. Thomas Davis, Bishop
of this diocese.
FARM AND F ARMI?O IMPLEMENTS.-The at?
tention of persons interested in agriculture is
directed to the advertisement of farming im?
plements, stock, lease, &o., lo be Bold at auc?
tion this day, by Mr. Wm. McKay.
EXTENSIVE S*T* OF REAL ESTATE.-The sale
of valuable real estate and wharf property in
St. Andrew's Parish, by Mr. John S. Ryan,
heretofore postponed, will take place to-day.
The property ?B fufly described in the adver?
tisement, which will be found in another col?
PERSONAL.-Colonel James Gardner, the
veteran journalist of Augusta, Ga., ard owner
of the Constitutionalist of that city, is sojourn?
ing for a few days in our city, and may be
found by his friends at the Charlad ton Ho toi.
Colonel Gardner is now residing in New York,
where ho is engaged in business as a member
of the banking firm of Hoyt & Gardner, No.
5 New-street. Like hundreds of other South?
erners, he has found friends and prosperity
amid the busy scenes of the great commercial
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 23-Pavilion
Hotel.-Isaac Hohnes, city; B. Stewart, Balti?
more; J. McFindall, Manchester; T. E. Stick?
ney, city; F. S. Worsham, Gourdin's; R. J. A.
Phillips, Cooper River.
Charleston Holt*.-W. B. Smith and T. D.
McCormick, New York; J. H. Dupont, Florida;
James Gardner, Augusta; Walter Blake, Sa?
vannah; C. R. S. Baker, Florida; A. T. Cloney
and lady, N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whinster,
Miss Belcher and J. Wilson, New York; E. W.
Cannon, J. H. Kelley, H. L. Law and W. E.
James, Darlington District.
THE CHRISTMAS PRESENT.-Of all the many
pleasant customs that cluster around the
Christmas holidays none is more worthy of
perpetual observance than that of giving pre?
senta. The great dinner, the romping, tho
-dancing, e'uould never be forgotten. For
Heaven's sake let there bs still on? day in the
year on which ali men can bo children once
more. Tho custom of giving presents inter?
feres with none of these. It creates ten times
mora happiness than all of thom put together.
It ?3 not the pecuniary value of a Christmas
present that conucs so much. That is only a
secondary consideration. Wa regard that
merely so far as it is an index of feeling. But
the Cnristmas present is precious, because it
tells of thoughtful love that, with careful
^prescience, endeavored to contribute to the
happiness of tho dear ono on a day when hap
piness i?, if ever, a right. It may be but a
Cheap cornucopia of sugar plums, but th?
pretty paper bag will be preserved more careful?
ly than a jewel, aud to have given that bag will
be moro real pleasure than to have dined with
a king, or to have danced with a queen. Let
no man imagino himself too poor to buy a
Christmas present. If he docs, let him pay a
visit to Von Santen's, and if he has any cents
he will soon be convinced to the contrarv.
THC BEST DRESSED MAN AT THE THEATRE,
Tia cups to the ugliest men soon became a
bore. People don't like to be pointe d out as
ugly, and besides tin cups ate not an induce?
ment, and even if they are bright they only re?
flect one's ugliness and make it still more hide?
ous. It is a capital idea, therefore, to substi?
tuto for this offensive presentation a real prize
of a pair of kid gloves to tho best dressed man
in the audience. Wo say ''roar priz6, becauso
a tin cup to thj ugliest man is, in fact, no
priz9 at all. . A prize is something for which
people strive. It isa reward of snccesa. But
no ono is ambitious of being called ugly, and a
tin cup will scarcely create competition. How
different it is when a pair of kid gloves ?31 J be
awarded to the best dressed man in the thea?
tre. Every man who has any pride in his
dreas-and how few have not-consults his
tailor on tho fashions, and, in dressing for the
ovening, gets himself up with extra care. As
tho judge of fashion walks up and down be?
tween the boxes and scrutinizes the audience,
every man is anxious lo catch his eye, and
every lady feels certain that it is her husband
or her lover whj is to got tho glove.". Ii such
apriz3is awarded to-night it will be won by
him who wears a tull suit ol clothes from Geo.
Little & Co.'8, No. 213 King-street.
THE THEATBS UNDEB THE GAB LIGHI
large house greeted the new company
night, Hibernian Hall being filled and n
cant seats visible. The small size of the s
placed the company at great disadvani
but notwithstanding all obstacles, by i
skill and talent they succeeded in rende
" Jnder the Gas Light" with great effect,
railroad scene created a tremendous sensa
eliciting applause from the galleries
screams from the ladies. To-night we
promised a repetition. The street cars
be in attendance every night to carry visi
THE EUPBSSS AND THE QUEEN-.-It is q
a doubtful matter whether any sympathy ii
quired in the case of Isabella, Queen of Sp
for it seems that after her abdication she :
a pleasant, friendly interview with the Frc
Empress, aod-she sud Eugenie, being peni
daughters of Eve, foll at once into a discus;
upon tho fashions and fabrics of the dav.
have no idea-of-perverting history, but
whispered in aristocratic circles that
name of Louis Cohen .& Co. was mentiouei
having one of the most attractive and va:
stoeks of dry goods in that favorite city of
Queen's, Charleston, lt is asserted that w
she comes tb* Cubit,"which she has detcrrui
shall bo her future home, she will ord<-r ov<
thing she wears from Cohen's. However 1
may be, wo know that the firm do not encc
age the idea, fcehng quito satisfied if they
secure the patronage of the ladies ol' the (
by tho Sea. Ihey havo put their prices dr
marvellously," and invite an inspection of tl
DEATH OF GENESAL WADDY. THOSIPSO
The to!egraph' this morning announces
death of General Waddy Thompson, in Ta
hassce, yesterday, at the advaucod ago
seventy. Gen. Thompson was born at Picki
Courthouse, in this State, September 8,11
graduated at the Smith Carolina College
1814, and was admitted to the bar in 1819.
.was solicitor of the Western Circuit for sovo
years,afterwards a member of the Legistatv
and later still a member of Congress from tl
State. He was in Congi-es3 from 1335 to IS
and served in 1840 as chairman of the Comm
tee on Military Affairs. In 1812 he was r
pointed Minister Plenipotentiary to Mcxii
and ho afi9r<rards published a very int;
esting book about that country and his m
sion. His title of General was obtainod in t
militia service, and he had passe 1 from t
stase of active life before the war which ma
such titles more plentiful. His death will
regretted as the breaking of another link
he chain which bind3 the palmy days
Carolina, when Calhoun was a giant in tl
THE HUHOBS OF RECONSTBUOTION.-Jam
P. Cowardm, Esq., a son of the proprietor
the Richmond Dispatch, having had an eic
lent opportunity as roportor for that paper
the - Virginia Reconstruction Convention
study the humors of reconstruction, improv
the advantage thus obtained, and prepared
lecture on that subject, with which he has c
tertained the el?c of the principal Northc
cities, to their edification and his own prof
The lecture has been received everywhere wi
roars of laughter and shouts of applause, ai
is universally acknowledged to bo amaste
piece of wit and drollery. Tho New York He
aid thus speaks of it:
As a delineator of negro character Mr. Coi
ardm has few equals. In tracing tho humor i
tho late Virginia Convention ho abundant
showed that he had made the subject a con
plete study. In tone, manner, and Ianguagi
his personations wera perfect. Those familit
with the negro character keenly rohshod the:
fidelity, ami those wno have only teen tb
no^ro as caricatured at halls of Ethiopia
minstrelsy found in his imitative speeches io
mo:e food for merriment. All his description)
the scenes in the convention bah, io the gaile
rles, and in the vestibule, were as iucontcst
My rich as they were life-like. It was an over
ing of. huge entertainment to the audience
and while entertaining, it also convoyed an ii
structive moral-a moral opposed to nogr
Mr. Cowardm will deliver his lecture i
Charleston on Thursday night next, and thu
give all who wishaw opportunity to judge fo
Circumstances beyond my control hav<
caused the suspension of the Charleston Moi
cury. But tbe public should not be led to th
conclusion that the paper is extinct. Measure
are afoot for issuing it again on a substautia
basia. And it is expgetod to put it forth in
style that wDl satisfy every requirement of
first class Southern newspaper.
R. B. RHETT, Jr.,
Proprietor of tho Mercury.
Potatoes, Hoi ?'Greater Yield."
TO THE EDITOK OF THE NEW-".
In yesterday's Courier wo notice an extra o
from tho "Rutland (Vermont) Herald," tha
John W. Cramlon, of that place had raised (on
extra prepared soil we presume) potatoes at th?
rate of five hundred and sixteen bushels to the
Our neighbor, J. D. Brown, at tho Potters
Field here, raised from le^a than one and a hal:
bushels seed, by tho modorato uso of the Nitre
Beds Fertilizer, more than sixty bushels pota?
toes, or at the rato of more than six hundred
to the acre. He gives this fortilizor the credit,
and8ajB "it is the best used for all crops;'
and while our planters are paying forty to six?
ty dollars a ton for an imported article, they
can buy a better at home for onc-fourlh tho
cost. * "VtRETAS."
Card from Sheriff Mackey.
SHEBTFFS OFFICE. CHARLESTON Comm, I
CHARLESTON, November 23,18G8. f
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NKffs.
The statement has boen ropeatedly mado by
the dady papers of this city, and by tho coun?
sel for tho pr - ostants in tho protested Munici?
pal election case, that a number of men wear?
ing blue, green and red badgos were spacial
deputy sheriffs, appointed by rae, and wero
activo'y engagodin canvas jiug during tho elec?
tion and interfering with voters. It is due to
my oftk-ial charau'er that I should deny thc
truth of such statements. Tho persons wear?
ing thcoo badgos were not special doputics,
md dcrivod no authority from mo. They were
members of tho Republican Rallying Commit?
tee. I appsintod twenty-fire specical deputies,
aach of whom waa designated by a white
badge, on which wa^ printed the words,
"Sp?cial Doputy Sheriff." They were appoint.
3d to aid in preserving thc poaco, and were in?
structed by me to report to thc Managors of
Elections, and under no circumstances whal
?ver to interfere with voters, no.- to electioneer
?br either party, but to act only in case of a
oreaoh ot tho peace. It bas also boen stated
that specinl deputy sheriff* interfered with tho
regis lr* tion of voters. In reply to this I Lave
only to say, that no special duputies wcro on
duty until the day of tho Municipal election,
the appointments not having been made out
until the previous afternoon.
E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
-? i. ?mt *
If you want cheap BUofc Boote;
II you want Cheap Stationery, L'nvolopos, Paper,
*c: or M il.er'* Aimauar;
It you want Printing executed neatly ;
It you want Book* bound in any style, or Acsount
Books made to order, with any desired patters ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 5'J Broad
CHOICE GBEEN ANJ JJLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson'? grocery, southeast corner
Society and Anson Btroets. Goods delivered tree.
IfcTOW IS YOTJB CHAUGE.
TO THE CITIZENS AND PUBLIC GENERALLY t
HAVING BECETVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORT?
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING AND F?BNISRING GOODS
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO ?UPPI Y ANY DEMAND THAT MAY BE MADE UrON US FOR ANY
of the above named Goods, at prices that cannot bc competed with by any establishment iu this citv.
lbe following is a partial list of our prices :
SACK COATS. PANTALOONS.
COLORED SATINET.$3 to 5 00 I 150 PAIRS FANCY SATINET.$ 1 25
FINE ALL- WOOL CASSIM ERE.... 6 to 14 00 109 PAIRS FANCY SATINET. 2 00
FINE BLACK CLOTH AND CASSI- I 100 PAIRS BLACK AND COLORED
MERE. C to 18 00 I UNION C VSSI VIERE.3 00
I FANCY rASSDIERF.. 4, 5 and 6 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, I FINE FANCY CASSIMERE. 7 00
I EXTRA FINE FANCY CASSDIERE.8 00
GOOD QUALITY.$12 00 BLACK DOESKIN CASSIMERE 5. 6 a?u 7 00
?'NE QUALITY. 15 00 i EXTRA FINE BLACK DOESKIN
SUPERFINE. 20 to 25 00 CASSIMERE.9 00
i FINE BLACK BEAVER. 9 00
OVER SACKS. I
ALL-WOOL TWEED. $7 00 | VESTS.
BLACK UNION CASSIMERE. 7 001
BLACK PETERSHAM.ll 00 I FANCY CASSI.MERE. $1 25 to 2 00
FINE BLACK BEAVER. 15 to 20 00 1 ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE.. 2, 250. 3 ami 3 50
EXTRA FINE BLACK BEAVER.. .25 to 30 00 | BLACK CLOTH and CASSIMERE 3,4 and 5 00
In addition to the above named irlicles, wc have on hand a large lot of ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE
SACKS AND WALKIN'O COATS, slightly soiled, which wo will soil at $7 0U each, worth double ; also, a
larar lot of COLORED CAS.-IMERE PANTS, at ?4 00 each ; nl,o, a large assortment of FURNISHING
GOODS, all new, which we wiU sell at cirrcspo dingly low prices.
Please give.us a call, and examine for yourselves, at out old stand, where we have boon located for over
GEOEGE LITTLE & CO.,
NO. 213 KIN'G-STBEET, BELOW MARKET.
IMPORTEE OF PARIS FA S CY GOODS,
jjjj j ^^^^^CmRLE?TON, S. C'_ ^yf^^^^^^^^^ ?
'SHHOAiaHIJ 'AH3N0IX33I?03 H 3 M 3 H i
November 24 tuthslmo
OR MADE TO O Ii UER.
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
. AT E. SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall, nuder the
STAR SHIRT SIGN.
November 18 Imo
FAS S,M A N'S TIE
FOR BALING COTTON.
IHAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRE^H SUPPLY O?-' ITHS EXCELLENT TIE, OF F L7, LENGTH*. ITS
introducion among our Planters is already so general and sa'iefactory, that comment now fa lurdly
necessary. It is made of th? best iron, is perfectly simple in its taste inu, au 1 tiic Duck e is so niixugod
with teeth as to ii?tautly CLAMP IHK HOUP wheu tho p.-c.-ivnro i> roauvjd from the Rale.
For salo by
R. M. BUTLER,
AGENT AT CU\RLESTO>\
C. E. CLAGIIORN, 1 Philadel
E. H. COATES, ( pbia, Pa.
AV. F. IIEHKI.M
A. M. JACKSON,
Chariest JU, S. C.
CLAGHOKN, HEEEIKG & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
H VYING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), wc arc prepared lo effer evety facility for RECEIVING, FOE
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OK UUU > [HIE? HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE m ado on all CAnstenmculfi v.Iirn desired. AU;J (O our friends,
Messrs. ROBT. LOCKHART & DEMPTER, Liverpool, England. I
October C D?C Sui'3
MPOUTK US OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, Ac,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY OJtOCERIES.
. N. Y.
WM. S. CORWIN St CO.
4S~Good? delivered to all farts o? tbet.'i:y.
Q_ KIFFIN, BROTHER <S CO..
COMMISSION MER CHANTS
No. 105 LOMBARD-STBEST,
FALL AND \.*,:.r:r. M'.:.T,I\-;T.Y.
r>r-. . > A.V1? CLU?.X M.*KING
U-io'j?r 21 wita tow*
r h . :i u s a ,
GENEUAL COLLECTOR AND SUPERVISOR OF
I offer ray Ecrvico3 to thi public in too above ca?
pacity. Office at rasidetn-e Corner KING and MOR.
LI ".-?TT.KL r. At borne S to 0 A. M., ano from ?J to
4 P. M. Uiihslmo October 20
I Auction Sale of Farming Implements, Stock,
$c, and Lease of Farm.
BY WILLIAM McKAY.
THIS DAY, 24 th instant, at IO o'clock, wiU be
sold at auc ion, without reservo, at the iarm on
Meeting-street road, within the city boundary,
kaown as Guy's Farm, Meeting-street Hoad, one
and three quarter miles from couathoufe,
A full assortment ol FA! V. ENG IMPLEMENTS,
Forty head of Hog? cf improved stook,
A large quantity of Hay, Fodder, Potatoes, A-c.
About 1400 loads Ma iure
The growing Crop now on the Iarm
Horses, Carts fud Harness.
A LEASE OF SAID FARM.
November 21 tksmtui
By virtue of a Writ ot Fieri Facias, to mo directed
and delivered (and with censont of parties) will br
sold at the Northwest corner of Church-street and
Lightwood Adey, THIS DAY, tho 24th instant,
at 10 o'clock, fi. M.
Tbecntiro contents of a GROCERY STOKE, con?
sisting of thc usual assortment of Groceries, Wines,
levied on and lo bo sold ns thc property of John
Schroder at the salt of (i. W. Str Bens & Co.
E. \Y. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
Terms cash. November 24
By virtue of au order of A. C. Richmond, C. G. S.
and O.P., made in threo certain cases of Foreign
Attachment, to wit: John Tuomey, Dcighen k Ba?
ker and W. A. Baker, vs. Thomas Sim, I will ex?
pose at public auction, on TO-MORROW, thc
25th in-tant, at the northeast corner of the Court?
house, at 12 o'olock M..
A ?ao Saddlo and Draft HORSE.
At thc same time, on John's Island, at tho plantation
known as "Whit J Hall,"
Two flee MULES.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. C.
LMJLlt DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gatewood vs. O'Donnell.
On TUESDAY, the 15th December, at ll o'clock, will
bo so'd at the Old Customhouse,
All that LO I OF LAND situate on tho north side
of Tradd-strcet, the fourth lot east ti tho corner of
Church-stroot, measuring in front on Tradd-street
25 feet, and in depth 05 feet, bo tho said dimensions
more or less.
Terms-One-third cash, and tho balance payable,
with interest annually, in ihreo equal su;cosslvo
annual instilments, secured by bond or bonds of
tho purchaser, and mortgage of tho premises; the
buildings to be insured and the policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay tor papers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY,
November 24 tul Master in Equity.
UNDEU DECREE IV EQUITY*
Riggs vs. Foote.
On TUESDAY, thc 15th Decrmbor npxt. at ll o'clock,
wiU he sold at the Old Customhouse,
All lhat LOT OF LAND, with the BuUdlngs thero
on, situate on the south side of Green-street, in th's
city; measuring in front on said strowt 53 feet: on
n the east Uno 43 feet 3 inchos; on tho south line 50
feet, and on thc woH lino 38 feet il luche?. Bounding
te the nerth on Queen-street; cast on lot of tho Fire
Engine Company; south ou land late of Isaac Barrett,
deceased, and west on land now or late of John H.
Terms.-One-third cash; balance by the bond or
bonds of the purchaser, payablo in threo equal an?
nual instalment?, with interest from thc day of sale,
payable annually until the whole debt be paid, and
mortgage of tho premises sold. J. W. GRAY,
Novombcr 24 tu* Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Sires vs. Lockwood.
On TUESDAY, thc 8th December noxt. at ll o'clock,
will be sold at the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND on St. Philip-street, in this
citv. with tho Buildings thereon, known in a survey
of tho Marion Lands, by R. K. Payne, as Lot No. 15,
measuring in front on said street-34 ici-t ; the same
on thc back linc; 208 icet on the south Imo, and 209
feet on the north line; bounding north on lot No. 14;
west on Lots Noa. 4 and 5.
AU that othor LOT adjoining tho above and south
ct lt, kuown as Lot No. HI, measuring in front on
Kt. Pbilip-atroot 35 ft ot, on tho back lino 24 feet, and
nn tho north and south lines each 208 feet; bounding
west on Lot No. 5. no..th on lot of Btv. Mr. Capers,
as per plat of R. K. Payne.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
gage of the premises, with interest at 7 per cent per
annum, payable annually; tbc buildings to bc insur?
ed and policy a-signed t J tho Master. Purchaser to
pay for napers and stamps.
J. W. GRAY, Mailor in Equity.
November 17 tu4
jprngs, (Eljcmifliis, (Ctr.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR TUE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE1
JDS-NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEtt^J
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ER3, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And roch other HI-.BBS AND ROOTS as will in all
cases assist Digestion, promete the secretions ef the
system in tho i; at: irai channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE!
All Usc It With Wonderful Succcs
TO THE PALE WHIT E LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARP-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURE:' FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE SO OTHER.
Ask ?or SUMTER BITTERS. Sold hy Druggists
?tf?&ce that our Signatare is over tho cork of each
bottle. COWIE Hi BIOISE,
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Amra*t 5 Brno* Char'erton. 8.0.
' p OSAD A LIS
1 PURITIES THE BLOOD.
S C R 0 F U L A
A ?.Z? CHROSIC JCISKASES
O? 7 BK
3LOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended lg th. .Vi Faulty and Mam}
Tkvx* md* of ovr Best Citizens.
n}j- For Tn imoiiials of remarkable
enies, sec "Itosadalu Almanac" for this
PK CT ARS!) ONT.T V.Z
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 211 BALTmonn-STRLET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOP. SALE BY
DO WIK o? MOISE,
No. 160 Mcellng-street, comer Hasel.
July 22 Cmos
Lutter, Lard, Earns, J?c.
BY T. IL CATER.
W1U be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
100 firkins and tubs BUTTEB (some choice)
60 tubs Lard
10 0 Choice Hams
60 bbl;. Cuba Molosses
Lot open Crockery.
Conditions cash. November 24
Hams, Strips, Shoulders, Butter, <J-c
BY G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of our Stoic, No. 30
Veuduc Bange, at half-past 9 o'clock,
3000 pounds BAU}
20 barrels Strips
2000 pounds Shoulders
CO kegs Uniter
20 tubs Butter
Coffee, Fiour, Fire Crackers, Ac.
BY R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DA'S, tho 2tth instant, will bo sold, belore
our Store, at half-past 0 o'clock.
i Uubagged Hams
Tierces Smoked Beef
Conditions cash. November 24
MILLIGAN & SON,
yo, 23 Veuduc lt ange,
Will sell 1 HIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
CALICO, HI KO BY, Whito and Knitted Shirts
rnd Drawers, Balmoral skirts, Wool and Cotton
Socks and Stockings, Shawls, Table Covers, Shirt
Fronts, Hoop Skirts, Handkerchiefs, Hooks and
Vyes, lins, Buttons, spool Cotton, Pocket Books,
Perfumery, Faber's Lead Pencils, Scissors, 'louie
and l ocket Kn.ves, Plated aud iron Spoons and
Forks, Coats, Pants, Shoes, kc, kc.
COOKING AN!) OFFICE STOVES, Furniture, ?tc.
Bacon, Flour, Coffee, ??c.
BY J. A, ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAY, at three-quarters past 9 o'clock, In front
of our storehouse, No. 82 But Bay, will be sold,
8 boxes SHOULDERS
S bbls "extra" Adams' Hams
5 bbls unrauvos-d Hams
15 bbl.-? Fiour
G sacks coffee. November 21
Butter, Hams, Strips, Shoulders, Molasses,
Sugar, ??c , ?fe.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
THIS DAY, 24th instant, will be sold, in our ttore,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
20 KEGS BUiTF.R
25U Prime Pig Hams
400 No. 2 Hams
490 Now York s. C. Strips (saull)
300 No. 2 shoulders
10 bbls. Molasses
10 bbls. susar
2'JO Bacon Ba .ks
10 toxes Tobacco, ic., &c.
ConJiUons cash. November 24
Boots, ?shoes, Balmorals, Brogan*, Gaiters,
BY N, MUN T & SON.
TO-MOltROW, the 25th instant, at 10 o'clock, in our
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell lor
100 eases assarted, beiag our usual splendid as?
sortment of BOOT.-*. Sh JCS, Balmorals, Brogins,
Gaiters, for GenUcmc a's wear.
Lad cs' Misso-', Boy's and Children's BALMO?
RALS, Galton and Copper lip?, kc, kc, to which
we invite tho attention of buyers. November 24
Assorted Dry Goods.
BY J0?N G. M?LN0R&C0.
3 HIS DAY, 24th inst., at 10 o'clock, wo will sell at
our Auct on Snlcsroom, Na. 133 Meeting-stroet,
A dcsirablj assortment of desirable Gl-'ODS, receiv?
ed by the last steamer :
Black and Fancy CASHMERES, Black SATINET*.
Mixed Kers-ys, Kentucky .leans, Tweeds, Bcd and
White Flannel, riairt Llnseys, Striped Osnaburgs,
Blue Plaids. Balmoral Skirls, Hoop Skirts, Ticklugs,
Shirting Stripes, Blue Denims, Men's Merino Gloves,
Black Alpacas, Italian Clotbs, Black and W. B. Flax
Thread, Hooks and Eyes, spool Cotton, Suspenders,
Men'.sBiown and Mixed Halt Hoso, Women's White
and slate U oso, ice.
Conditions cash. Novembor 24
Jeu dry, Plated Ware, Trunks, ?alfekins, Hoop
? ff&tt, $e., Jo.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
Will bo sold TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 23th lust.,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at our Store, No. 35 Hayne
Invo co TRT'NK'
- dozen Calfskins
- dozen Hoon Skirls
- tb cu saud Paper Collars
- doz-.n Hosiery.
A fine stock of JEWELttY and WATCHES, Plates,
Forks and Spoons, kc, kc. November 24
[SALE POSXPONEn ON ACCOUNT WEATHER.]
Desirable Residence in Cannon-street, next door
Fast to the Church of the Holy Communion.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
By virtue of an order of sale, to mo directed by
thc Honorable George H. Bryan, Judge of the
United States District Court for tho District of
South Carolina, I will offer for sal? st public auc?
tion THIS DAY, November 24, at the Old Pos lot?
tie e, foot of B: oad-sircct,
All that certain LOT, PII'CE OR PARCEL OF
L\ND, situate, lying and being on Cannon-street,
between Rn tied go and Ashley streets, upper wards,
ol tho City of Charleston, measuring and containing
on Cannon-street fifty-four (34) feet and the same ou
the north or back line, two hundred and thirty-one
feet ten inches (231 10 in.) on the cast, and two hun?
dred and thirty two teet ten indos on thc weat Ree;
butting and bounding on the north on lands now or
lately of the estate of Joanna Mcllhcnny; to the ea?t
on lands ol Wm. L. Webb; southon Cannon-street,
and west ou lands of tho Church ol the Holy Com
lnuaion. James Jones and H. N. Uourdin, as will
more fully appear by a plat thereof drawn by Robert
K. Payne, Surveyor, ?nd recorded in the olEce ol tho
Reg'sirar of Vrsno Conveyance. Charleston District,
on tho first of June, one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-four. On the premires arc a fine lwo-:ind-a-balf
story Woolen Dwelling slate roof, on brick founda?
tion, with doutdc Piazza, containing eixht square
and three attic rooms, with pantry, dressing to m,
kc, besides Kitchen, Stable, kc.
Terms-' me-tbird cash ; tho balanco in three equal
annual instalment', with inU-?.s from the day of
sate at 7 per cent, per annum, p.vable annually, the
credit portion to be secured by the bond of the pur?
chaser, with mortgage of tho prom, es, the buildings
to bc Insured and the policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers und stamps.
G. HERBERT ?ASS,
Assignee of Evans Sc Cogswell.
Handsome furniture and Houstlwld Goods,
BY ?. S. K. BENINE IT.
On TUESDAY next, ibo 1st December. I will sell at
Auction, at thc rcsid. net No. 1 Lucas-street, at ll
A CHOICE COLLECTION O*" FDRNIIUKE AND
cosswrmo n: r?ss OF :
ONE VERY H.'.NDS?ML ROsEWOOD CHAMBER
MAHOGANY WARDROBES*, Rurrau*. Tables,
solid Chairs, largj Velvet K cker, Bedstead*, sofa.
Sideboard, Centre Tables, Pier Tables. Secretary and
Book Case, ('ard Tibies. Wliat-Sot, Hat Stand, Car?
pet. Waluut Dining 'ab'e, with Extension Leaves;
Woo], M^ss and Cotton Mattrrs es, Bolsters, Pil?
lows, India China. Tea Cups, Finger Bowls, Tish
Covers, Wailers, a large and very line i'ooUin? Stove,
two Tudor Stove*, a Laities' Side Saddle, two laro'0
Cedar Chests, tor Blanke a, &e., kc.
Ono FINE H A Rr, MU-IC STAND and MU--IC
Conditions nish. Articles to be removed immedi?
ately after salo
Nayeiuber 21 tuthsm'u'3
P. P TOALE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
St A S U FACTURER OF
DOOll!?, SASHES AND KLIXIJS
Charit t ton, S. C.
Partieular attention paid to Shipping.
July 30 Cmos*
Strips- Shoulders cud Bacon.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in f. <nt of their stores, at half
past 9 o'e:?ok.
15 hbls. CHOICE STRIP?
5 hhJs. Choice Shoulders
10 Pierces Canvased Ham?
25 bbls. Pig Hams
20 bbls. Molasses
25 bbls. Sugar
_15 sacks Rio coffee._November 21
Clothing, Dry Goods.
BY MILES DBAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'cloc*. I wi T sell at my
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
AN INVOICE OF CLOTHING, just received, con?
sisting of :
30 MEN'S CASSIHERg, TWEED AND SATINET
150 pairs Men's Cassimere, Satinet aod Jean Pants
30 Men's Cassimere. Silk and satinet Vests
15 Black Cassimere .-uits, Pants and Vests
25 dozen Belnao and Jem Shirts
G dozen Overalls and Jumpers
Pieces Rrd and liluo Flannel, Satinet Cassimeres,
Linens, Damask, kc, dozens Lom* and Square All
"Vool Shawls, 10-4 White Blankets.L?dies' and Gents'
Hosier}-, Suspenders, Neck lies, Ladies' and Genta'
Oa account of wr-om it may concern, I will seU
25 DOZEN HtriP SKIRTS, 1G TO 40 SPRINGS.
Auction Sale of !.'.at Extensive Brick Store,
Southeast Corner cf East Bay and Ac?
commodation Wharf, with Adjoining Back
Stores, now occupied as a General Grocery
and Commisson House.
BY J. S. BYAN,
THIS DAY, the 24th instant, at ll o'clock, at ie
All that LOT OF LAND on Fast Bay and the
street leading to Accommodation Whtrf, measuring
23 feet 10 inches front on East Bay by 80 feet in
The LOT OF LAND adjoining on tho east Une,
measuring on the first mentioned street 40 feet
front by 42 feet in depth, with an ailey 4 feet 2
inches in wid h by 42 feet in depth, separating the
two first montior. ed lota, and measuring from north
to south tho whole depth of this property, with all
and singular the buildings, rights and hereditaments
incident thereto, or appertaining in any way to the
AU that THREE-STOUY ?BICK STORE fronting
on East Bay and open a'ac to the street leading to
Accommodation Wharf, with adjoining Brick Store
on r oe east line, both covering tho entire dimensions
of the lots, excluding tho alley, be the same more
or less. This property is considered one of the
best stands for a wholesale and jobbing grocery
business in the city.
Terms of fcale-One-half cash ; remainder in ono
and two years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
property sold, with transfer of insurance. Purchaser
to pay for conveyance and al amps.
CHARLESTON BANK BUILDING.
Of Valuable Real Estate and Wharf, on west
side of Ashley River, opposite Broad-street,
' and adjoining the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Depot, formerly known cu the
Wappoo Hill and Wharf Property and the
Machinery-to be sold under an order from
Hon. GeorgeS. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District Court, dated August 19,1868.
and under the instructions of the Assignee,
THIS DAY, the 24* of November, at ll o'clock, at
the Old POitofllco, foot of Hroad-sireet, Charles?
ton, 8. C., Ii iii sch at Public Auction to the
The following valuable REAL ESTATE and WHARF
PROPERTY with the BUILDINGS thereon,
CONSIST tx o OF:
AU that TRACT OF LAN u in St. Andrew's Parish,
opposite tho City of Charleston, known as tho Waopoo
Mill Tract, bi-lng a part or the Tracia known as Nos. '
4 and 5 and more clearly defined in a plat made by
R. K. Payne, Esq., registered in Meenc Conveyance
office, Book li, No. 13, page 419; Mounded north and
wost on lots Nos. 3 and 6, as designated in same plat;
south on Wappoo Creek, (a navigable stream), and
east on Ashley River, containing aoout fifteen acre?,
bc the same more or less, cf high and marsh lai.!, at
the junction of Wappoo creek and ashley Rive.-, in
tho contre of which is a space ot about four hundred
ned seventy-five feet from cost to west, by about two
hundred and seventy-two fcot from north to south,
whorcon is located the Steam Saw Mill and all neces?
sary buildings for carrying on an extensive Lumber
and Timber business. There is a causeway from tho
Mill to within a few yarJs of the track of tho Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad, affording unparalleled
facilities for rccoiving and shipping Lumber, Tim?
ber, Phosphates, kc, Ac.
At the samo time and place will bo sold, tho MA?
CHINERY on the premises, viz : a very superior
Steam Engine of sixcy (00) horse-power, with boUers
complete, and many parts of tho machinery in dupli?
cate, also a G?ng Siw MiU running ten saws, all in
good running order, kc, kc.
The sale will bc conducto I as follows :
The Land, Wharf aud Buildings, wiU be sold for
O.uc-fourth cash, and thc rem limier on a credit of
one, i? 0 and three} ears, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the prc??rty sold.
The Machinery will Co SOld for one-half cash, re?
mainder in sixty and ninety day.', secp.rcl by ap?
proved endorsed notes, be.iriacr seven per cont in?
terest A reasonable timo will be aUowed for re?
moval of thc Engine, Boiler, Ac.
Purchasers to pay for conveyances, stamps, ko.
JOHN S. BYAN,
Bank of Charleston Building,
Broad-street, Charleston. S. C.
Benjamin Perry, Welmuth Perry, Administra?
tor and Administratrix, vs. John Perry,
Alex. Matheson and wfe, and others-Bill
for Injunction to Marshal Assets, Sell Land,
In obodionco to the order of the Court of Equity
made iu tho above stated case, at Juno term, 1868.
I will sell, at Lancaster Courthouse, South CaroU
na, on the first MONDAY' in December next.
All that valuable PIECE, PARCEL Ott TRACT OF
LAND described ia rho pleadings, belonging to the
estate of John Perry, deceased, lying and situ.ited in
the District of Lancaster, state ol south Carolina,
containing (0000) six thousand aero?, moro or less, of
No. 1 cotton, cern and grain lands well watered and
heavily timbered, fencing in good repair-the up?
land producing fine crops of cotton, corn and small
grain, while tho extensive bottoms, lying along the
Catawba River, a: e not to bo surpassed. These lands
are situated in the southwestot-n portion of Lancaster
District, bounded by the Kershaw Une, tho Catawba
River, and bv lands of D. W. Browo. Lewis Patter?
son, C. L. Ti liman, James Ihompson, William Dixon
I WILL ALS 3 SELL, FOn CASH,
On thc TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY after tho first
Monday in December, at the former residenca of
the said John Perry, deceased, in Lancaster Dis?
trict, near Liberty Hill.
AU the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to tho
estate of said deceased. Evorjthiug usually kept on
a largo and wcU regulated Plantation may be bought
at this sale.
The real estate abovo mentioned will be surveyeJ,
and divided into taro, threo and tour hundred acre
tracts, to suit purchasers, plats of which wiU bc ex?
hibited on day of sale.
Terms-So much cash as will pay the costs of suit
and expenses of sale. The balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, w ith interest, to be due and pay.
able annually, from day ot sale. Purchaser to give
bond, with tw) or more good securities, and a mort?
gage of thepremi-es. iVurchascr to pay .br stamps
and papers. Terms mun bo complied with on day
of >a!e. or the property will be rcscld on day of salo
at thc risk of the lot mer purchaser.
K. G. BILLINGS, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lancaster Courthouse, S. C.,
Jesse C. Miller, Administrator, vs. George
W. Hicks and Wife, et al.
By virtue of a decretal order made in this canse, I
will sell at Barnwell Courthouse, on MONDAY, tho
"ti day of December next,
The following described CBACT OR PARCEL OF
TAND, belonging to th" Estate of Jesse C. Miller, de?
ceased, containing 40)0 acres, more or less, situate,
hing and being in the i'ounty of Cornwell, and
bounded nnrih by lauds ef Richard Bradl-y, Robert
Bradley and 'ihomas Youmans south by 'ands of
Josiah S. Walker. W. D. Jackson and Robert Max.iu,
au i west by lauds of Joou J. Cater and Robert
The above Lands will bc lai l off In four or ??oro
separate tract., plats of which WiU c lu I
de-crib ed on tho day ol sato; on one pt which wil be
a<A\Y AND GM I MiLL. with valuable Man Wa
erv, all complete with the cxecptioa ot a >niall
break in the Viii Dato.
.terni" ot sale-For ca-* enough to pay IhoCMta
of thc snit and .xncuaeaof .he sile; paten vers to
dvethrir bonds with MM Of or . goo . securities on
fr editof twelve months norn the first day of Jami.
" .vt. bearing Inforeit fr tn that date; liWea to be
exec ..cd. bu! not d Evered until tbs whole of the
r^urchMe money 13 paul, and if not paid whoa due,
(hTcomin.i-s.oacr to well th i premia*, for ?ash at
thc risk ol the purchase.-. P<.roua?r to pay for
i,ai;crs and necessary r. venue stum, s,
11 j. r \ TEUSON, Commissioner.
Commissioner's Office, November 5,18C8.
|lafti0nccrs, |)ri!>ate Soles^
? LTFF?ftD & MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 50 Broad-street.
For sa!? and Lease
PJOSPHATE LANDS of a superior nnaiity, on
deep water navigation aud healthy locations all ?he
> eRtCE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS la
all parts or the State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3m03