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THE DAILY NEWS.
aS-LAROEST CIRCULATION'.-THE DAILY
N E WS BEING THE NEWSPATER OFF1?TALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
.:NG IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTION ?SALES THIS DA Y.
X. HUNT & SON will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, Meeting-street, boots, shoes
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o clock,
in their auction house, Hasel-street, a fresh
stock of dry goods and shoes. .
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o clock,
at the Mills House, all the household furui
tURC. M. MABSHALL & BBOTBXR will sell at
quarter-past 10 o'clock, in front o? their office,
Broad-street, horses, mules, &c.
THE BRAZILIAN CIRCUS.-The flatcar belong?
ing to the City Railroad, with four blaok horses
and a han I of musioians, went over the line
yesterday, advertising the circus.
ROBBERT.-Some miscreant entered the pre?
mises of H. W. Schroder, Esq., yesterday
morning early, and carried off the lead piping
belonging to the cistern.
THE COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
The first train over this railroad to Gramteville
went through on Monday, in charge of Mr.
THE FOUNDLING AT THE HOSPITAL.-There
have been several applications for tho found?
ling referred lo a few days ago in THE NEWS,
but it still remains at the City Hospital
ABATS DESEBTEBS.-Some half dozen desert?
ers from the United States army were carried
through the city ye-terday on their way to the
Citadel. Some of them wore "bracelets."
They carno from the North.
PERSONAL.-Senator Sprague, of Rhode Is?
land, arrived in the city last evening, and is
staying at the Charleston Hotel.
Mr. E. L. Barr, of the Associated Press, is
staying at the Charleston Hotel.
THE SACRED ORDINANCE OF BAPTISM".-The
Rev. Jacob Legare, of thc Morris-street Col?
ored Baptist Church, will perform the sacred
ordinance of baptism at the foot of Council
street on nest Sabbath.
FATE IN SUMTBB.-On the 14th instant a Fair
will be held at the Courthouse in Sumter for
the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy. Every ef?
fort is being put forward to make it complete
in every particular.
POLICE ITEMS.-Only two cases on the docket
last evening at the Guardhouse: one colored
man for having a bag of coffee in his posses?
sion, which he could not satisfactorily account
for, and tho other an assault and battery case
of no moment .
MALICIOUS TRESPASS.-The crise of Towles,
for malicious trespass on one Platts, on Wad
malaw Island, was heard on Monday before
Magistrates Kanapaux and Rivers, who ordered
Towles to give bail for his appearance at the
next term of court.
HABEAS CORPUS.-J. J. Simons, who robbed
the crockery store of Mr. Webb, Meeting
street, some time ago, was brought up on ha?
beas corpus b-Aore two magistrates a day or
two ago, but he was remanded in default of
THE BLACK SWAN. -Elizabeth J. Greenfield,
more generally known as the "Black Swan," is
a singer of merit, and by ber unassuming man?
ner and undoubted musical skill, attracted
large audiences in London some ten years ago.
Ia tho Northern States, her concerts have
been well and respectably attended, and eho
will doubtless be able to conti ibnte largely by
her eff jrib to the success of the colored con?
gregations in whose interest she is coming to
FREIGHT CARS FOR THE "PALMETTO LINS.
Two freight cars for the "Palmetto Line" have
just been turned out from the workshops of the
South Carolina Railroad Company, which are
handsome specimens of car-building, and re?
flect great credit on the shops and especially
on Mr. Tobin Reed, the Superintendent, under
whose immediate direction they were built.
The doors and sides of the cars bear the fol?
lowing inscriptions in the highest style of or?
namental painting: "S. C. R. R." "The Pal?
metto Line." "New York, Boston, Philadel?
phia, Baltimore." "Selma, Mobile, New Or?
leans, Vicksburg." These being the names of
the cities between which "The Palmetto Line"
IMPRESSIONS OF CHARLESTON.-The editor of
the Augusta Constitutionalist writing of a re?
cent visit to Charleston, says : "It is pleasant
to see a hopeful spirit pervade the community
of Charleston. The people feel that the worst
is over, and that brighter flays are yet to come.
Business is moving and extending. The main
sourco of business prosperity - the cotton
trade-does not show a large result. Thus far
the receipts fall off some ten thousand bales
from samo date last year. But the prices are
double, and the commissions realizad are in
proportion. There is every prospect 'of a con?
siderable surplus in the hands of planters,
and through this all branches of trade will rc
ceive a Dew impetus."
DEPARTURE OF THE EMIGRANT''.-The greater
number of tho German emigrants who arrived
on thc Gaus?, somo one hundred and seventy
five in all, will sail for Baltimore this morning,
on tho steamship Carroll. Tho inducements
offered them to remain were all that could be
desired or expected, and if they had been pre?
sented to them in their native country might
have influenced them to embark for this port
aud settle in this State; but now the arrange
ments which they have already made for set?
tling in the Northwest are too binding to be
easily dunged. Most of them have relatives
at the places of their destination, at whose in?
stigation they determined to emigrate, a?d
even before they left Germany were BO fixed
in their determination to settle in the neigh?
borhood of those relatives that they pu chased
through tickets in Bremen for Chicago, De?
troit, Milwaukee 4c
A WORTHY MAN-Warren A. Snead, a colored
man who did good service for the Citizens'
party at the late Municipal election, has estab?
lished himself in tho carpen er's trade, at
No. 95 Smith-street, where he will receivo or?
ders from his friends. Snead is ono of those
colored men who deservo well at the hands of
respectable people, a-.d he should be liberally
patronized. We publish below his enrd of
tlianks for a late testimonial :
I herc take this opportunity of returning mv
heartfelt thanks to thc citizens of Charleston
and to my white friends tor their kind consid?
eration ol thc services that ? rendered .lorine
the lato Municipal contest. I eau assure them
that 1 was prompted only bv the duty that I
owe to my nativo State ,dcity. I caa assure
them that whonover ue opportunity offers I
will bc found foremost in the ranks, striving to
restore this city to its former prosperity and
rese?o it from foreign misrule. In doine ?o I
only claim for myself the privilego of exertine
myself m behalf of a free and honest citv gov
emraeDt. WARREN A. SNEAD
A FEES READING ROOM -WALEEB, .E
Cooa WELL.-Mesa re. Walker, Evans ?V
well have exhibited commendable publi
and enlarged enterprise, by supp VIE
wants long felt by the business core mu
this city, viz: a systematic and reba >le
tising agency, and a free reading roon
plied with the best papers of Northe
Western cities, and all the papers of the
ern cities and States in immediate bu
connection with Charleston. By relere
their advertisement, which appears ls ai
column of THE NEWS this morning, it
seen thac their reading room will be or.
tho public every day trim nine A. M. to
P. M, Sundays excepted, and that wrilin
ferial and every convenience of a r?gulai
ness exchange will be at the service of th
tors to the reading io m. Whilo the rc
room is a grert public benefit, it is also 2
portaut adjunct to the advertising agcni
there t?e merchant can find samples of 1
papers in which he may desire to advt
and list of papers and tables of rates 1
furnished him, so that he can 1 slim it
cost of what he wants done, and prepa:
order at leisure. Messis. Wa'ker, Eva
Cogswell are determined to do all in
power to forward tho business intone
Charleston, because they know, as every s
ble man should know, that public prospci
the surest promoter of individual success.
THE SICE CUBED WITHOUT MEDICINE
WITHOUT MONET.-Dr. J. M. French, wh<
been creating an immense sensation in
treal, St. Louis, Memphis, Louisville, Phi
phia and Baltimore, by his novel and rea
ably buc:ensful method ot practice, has :
ed in this city, and hired thc South Car
Hall for len days, where he will attend fr
A. M. to ll A. M. each day, to pive his a
tion to such as may desire it. Dr. Frei
practice 13 mostly in diseases of a cbroni
turo, and cases givjn up as incurable,
treatment, he says, is peculiar to bimbel
though there have beeu men in all ages
have bad the same magnetic power ove;
diseases of the body and mind. Some c
the "Gift of Healing," yet few have posse
it to such an extent over nearly ail disease:
parsons. It is life and vitality .passed fri
strong healthy body to a weak one, tba
stores the lost or unequal circulation of
vital or nervous fluid. So powerful is
influence, that persons who have
many years suffered from disc
which bavo been pronounced iucun
and to whom medicine has been administ
with no good effect, have been restoret
health in an incredible short space of ti
It will not restore a lost member ot the bod
perform other impossibilities, but it will
ways relioc pain, from whatever cause,
practice is hised upon the most strict pri
pies of science. There is nothing miracu
or supernatural about it. lt is in htirrr
with all natural laws. Many eminent pl:
dans of other practices not only acknowk
this power, but receive ihe treatment for th
selves and families, as well as advise it to t
patients. By this treatment it takes but a
minutes for inveterate cases of almost any <
able chronio disease; and so sure is the ci
that but few-diseases require a second tr
ment, except deafness, broken bones, dis!?
tion, bad-curvature of epino and suppurai
tumors. Even these will be much benefitte
always relieved from pain, and sometimes fi
Dr. French has also taken rooms at
Waverley House where he will attend those v
are able and willing to pay, (rom eleven A.
to seven P. M. each day. He expects to
main in the city about a month.
THE MILLS HOUSE SALE.-The salo of o:
halt intetest in the well known Mills Hoi
Hotel building took place yesterday, and
traded the largest party of bidders and spei
lators which has been seen at an out-door s
since tho war. At 12 o'clock precisely Mr.
S. Bruns, of the firm of Leitch & Bru:
mounted the steps of the old Customhou
accompanied by Mr. E. W. Marshall, the ;
sign?e of the estate of Ur. Joseph Purcell, a
other gentlemen. Tho red flag fluttered gai
and the brisk auctioneer at once went to woi
Mr. Bruns announced that the Mills Hon
was built at a cost of $160,000 iu gold, a
could not now be built for less than $200,01
He also said that tho receipts of th ) ba-roc
hadavera fed $S0 per day, or $00,000 in tl
year, and that an offer had been mado to re
it at $5000 a year. Mr. Bruns described tl
property, which is remarkably weil situated
the corner of Meeting and Queen streets, ai
is of the folio wing.dtmensions : East lino 01
hundred and twenty-nine feet ten inchrs, nor
line two hundred and seventy-five feet foi
inches, south linc two hundred and seren?
feet, and wost lino one hundred and eleven fe
eight inches. Terms-one-third cash, ba
ance payable in one and I wo years.
The first bid for the unincumbered halt it
terest was $20,000, which was gradually worl
od up to $22,000. Tho auctioneer then pushc
up the bids by $100 to $23,000, when there wi
a slackening in thc bidding. A fresh start w;
made, and the price ran up in a few seconds I
$26,000. From this point thc bids were 6ina
in amount, but tho corner of $30,000 was tun
ed at last. At this point tho hammer cecine
likely to fall, notwithstanding thc winuin
eloquence of tho auctioneer. But the compi
tition was not yot over. $31,000, $31.200, $32
000 and $32,100 wert, bid, and at last a bid wa
made of $83.000. Then came $34,000, $34,501
$34,600 and $34,800, thc property being final]
knocked down to Cohen, Hanckcl & Co., a
$35,000. This was a low price for thc cost t
the proporiy, but it was a better price tba
could have been expected to have b.-eu obtain
edin these stringent times.
The half interest in the wooden house ad
joining tho hotel to the nuath realized S812S
Also, the haif interest in the brick house, nex
and norlh of Hibernian Hall, was sold fo
Mr. John S. Ryan purchased tho two las
pieces of property.
The furniture of the Mills novfse will be sole
this morning by J. G. Ililmtr & Co.
HOTEL AB.-IVALS, December 1.-PavUhi
Hotel.-Jevrj Holliogshead, Columbia, S. C.;
lt. H. Huff, Greenville, S. C.; R. J. Donaldson,
Chesterfield; Jacob Crowcll, Fort Motto, S. C.;
N. P. Dutton, Steamship Sea Gull; P. Hood,
New York; M. Betts, Edgc?cld, S. C.; J. J.
Nettles, South Carolina; Lieutenant A. M.
Tralmyer, U. 8. Army; T. L. Doors, Barnwell,
S. C.; J. C. Doro, Darlington, S. C.; E. Boyd
and wife, Darlington, S. C.; C. W. Wooley,
North Carolina; T. J. Price Darlington, S. C.;
J. P. M. Qaillian and wile, Philadelphia; W.
D. Nile3, Saliketchic; L. H. Bonncau, ColJeton;
C. S. Land, Saltern; J. A. Baldwin, Gourdins;
E. W. Speights. Beaufort, S. C.; John M. Gail
lard, Nortnoastern Railroad; E. L. Barr, Wash?
Charleston Hole*_J. W. Gamble. Florence,
8. C.; A. Pronaon, New York; J. W. Barnes,
New York: W. ?. Inman, New York; D. B.
Mandel, New York; W. Sprague, Rhode Island;
J. W. Wjmaii, New York; John Deneau, Spar
tanburg; W. J. Longshore, New Bridge. S. C.;
George S. C meron, Boutti Carolina; A. Harris,
Newberry, S. C.; Robert Ruit, New York; Alfred
Hayward, Savannah: John P. DcLanoy and
wifo, Geneva, N. Y.; W. P. Adams, South Caro?
lina; O. P. Connor, Orangcburg; Mrs. A. A.
Connor, Orangoburg; ts. A. Woods and lady,
Darlington; fdr?. Zimmerman aud dauj?htcrs,
Darlington; E. It. Mciver, Darlington; Z. Har
telle and wife, New York; Jul.us Lucas, City
A. Lucas, City; John Wilhams, New York. " '
MEETING- OF THX NATIONAL BOARD or TRADE
IN UmoDTNAn. -To-day the National Board of
Trade meets in Cincinnati. The delegates from
thia city appointed by the Charleston Board
were Colonel W. L. Trenholm and Henry Cobia,
Esq. Mr. Cobia will bo the only representative
from tho Charleston Board present, a press of
business detaining Colonel Trenholm hero.
DOINGS IN THE RADICAL CAMP.-Rumor has
it tnat the Republicans are bracing themselves
up for a new trial of strength, and that the
necessary documents are being carefully
drafted for bringing the question of Pillsbury's
right to the co vere i Mayoralty before the Su?
preme Court on a writ of quo warranlo. The
neces8ary spoudulicks aro a serious draw?
back in the premisos, but strenuous efforts are
being made for raising the wind, and some?
thing may be done. Should the quo vsarranto
fail, then the devoted protege, "my dear son, '
will use his eloquence in the Le.-islaturo to ob?
tain the passage of an act ordering a new elec?
tion, hoping ultimately to seat his worthy
"pa,"' new beavor au J ail.
BILL OF MORTALIT?-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charlestou, for the week ending
CAUSES OF DEATH.
Ca icer of the stomach.,
Croup, Membrinetu, ..
Di bili ry, General.
Trismus > aseoutium...
Whites, 4; Blacks and Colored, 13-Total, 17.
Under 1 yearof ase... 3 Between 50 and GO yrs. 2
Bo', ween laud 5 yrs... 1 3ctween 00 and 70 yrs. 2
Bf tween 5 and 10 yrs.. 1 Between 70 and 80 yrs. 3
H ?tween 10 and 20 yrs.. 1 Between 80 and DO yrs. 0
Lelween 20 and 30 yrs.. 2 Uotween OOandlOOyis. 0
Jctween 30 and 40 } rs. 1 O vor 100 years of age... 0
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 1
Omeo of City Registrar, December 1, 1SC8.
GEORGE S. P?L '.LR, M. D., City Registrar.
REGULAS MEETING OF COUNCIL.-There was
a roguhr nrcting of Council at the chamber
last evening, al half-past soven o'clock.
Present-Tho Mayor; Aldermen Potter, Cun?
ningham, Lindstrom, Dereef, Wall, Olney,
Honour, Voigt, Mooro and Howard.
The minutes of the last meeting were read
Alderman Lindstrom, from the Comniitteo
on Liccnsos, reported favorably on applications
of William McKay and A. C. McGillivray for
Alderman Olney, from tbo Committee on
Accounts, recommen 'ed the payment of sun?
dry bills against the city, amounling to
The Mayor informed Council that he had
permitted tho koeper of the tidal drains to
procure a windlass and tubs, necessary fer the J
drains in Mootiug-strcot, as tbo keeper cou'.d
purchase them for less than the estimates
which had bceu made. He also culled atten?
tion to tho Old Folks Home, ?ind said that it
devolved upon the city to take care of the in?
mates, forty in number.
On motion of Alderman Olney, the institu?
tion was placed under the Committee on Hos?
A communication was received from Dh
Pelzer, of thc Health Department, statiag that
in consoquonce of the resignation of Dr. S. C.
Brown, there was a vacancy in thc department.
Council concluded not to fill tho vacancy at
present, the duties of tho position being at
present efficiently performed by Dr. An?
Alderman Lindstrom withdrew the petition
of Messrs. Hutchinson & Co. fer erecting a
The return of the City Sheriff, showing a
transfer to tho City Treasurer of $1213 18, was
received as information.
Tho report of C. B. Sigwald, Chief of Polico,
showing number of arres a and fines impobcd,
for quarter-arrests, 494; fines imposed on
civilians aud police, $2275-was received as in?
The bill of tho Gas Company against the
city was referred to Committee ou Lighting
On motion, Council adjourned.
Tux BAPTIST FAIR.-Hibernian Hall was
again thronged last night by the youth and
beauty of Charleston, attracted by the hand?
some display of valuable and fancy articles for
sale at thc Baptist Fair, and tho appetizing
array of edibles which wore not without their
charms for tho fair as well as the strom.', and
which the good ladies of the Paptiet persuasion
know so well how to prepare. The hall is very
tastefully ani beautifully decorated, thc music
is delightful, and what with thc gay moving
throng, the bright lights, the beautiful sights
and the good things to eat aud to drink, he
must be an anchorite, indoed, who does Dot
foel their cheerful and exhilaratiag effect.
To thoio who have been to tho Fair no de?
scription IB wor'.h reading, but to those who have
not, tho following bref rotes may not bo with?
out interest, and they may, perhaps, induce
some to visit it who would not otherwise have
On the stage aro arrangod a beautiful mini?
ature cottage set of furniture, a handsome
work-table, a large timi elogaut doll house, and
a rare and bcai.tiful Japanese screen. Near
all thesa "baby fixings," strange to say, hangs
a superb quilt, which is to bc given on tLc
night of his wedding to the handsomest ba-.'hc- j
lor who visits the fair. On thc iablo r.cxt tLc
stage on thc south side, Queen Victoria is en- j
throned, and Disraeli plays the cornier at her j
side Here, also, thc Black Crot k is perform?
ed every night for thc entertainment ol unso?
phisticated urchins. A silver-plated toilet set
and other valuablo and pretty articles Rrc for
sale at this table. Thc tibi? north of the stage
makos a grand display ot silver tankards, bas?
kets and castors, and ha3 besides a doll's bed?
stead, richly furnished, dolls, fans, ?.:. Tho
second table on the south ia tho realm of
Punch and Judy, which is shared, however, by
the old woman in the shoe, and a wicked
young man and wickeder young we-m^n who
are running off willi each other in a land;'.:!.
Besides th^sc baby toy* there aro baby
clothes, which aro fino ypecinicus of needle
work. The Citadel Square Church tal>lo i-.
one of tho handsomest iu the room, and weil
attended aud also well served. A ;~Iiell cottage is
a special attraction; but there arc many oilier
handsome things too numerous to ineiili?:i
now, but which may bc noticed hereafter. The
tab.e on thc left of the door as you enter, con?
tains, among otb r things, au exquisite port?
folio of juuplc velvet profusely ornamoatcd
with pearls, an embroidered chair, an iufait a
shawl, and au eudlcss variety of childi eu's
clothes. Tho table on tho right of the door
has a soda water fountain, a model of tho Cita?
del Square Church, t> UHTS-TV, &C.
Refreshmenta noxt time.
A FUBIOUS HOUSE.-A horse ran away with
a colored boy yesterday, from the saddlery es?
tablishment in Meeting-street, near the Mills
House, and carried him to the water's edge
back of the race couree, to the great risk of the
FBEUNDSCHAFISBUND ANNTVEBSABY.-At the
annual mooting of the Freundschaftbund, held
yesterday, tho following officers were re-elect?
ed to serve for the ensuring year:
JACOB 8)1 A LL, President.
ALF SANDER MELCHERS, vice-President.
J. H. BR?ENISG. Treasurer.
CHARLES blEGXINe?, Secretary.
INCENDIABY ATTEMPT.- An attempt was made
last night, at half-past ll o'clock, to s.it fire l<>
an unoccupied house, No. 91 Comim-'-sirect, a
few doors north of Calhoun, by putting inflam?
mable material in the wall under the stairway
iu thc entry. A douse smoka issuing from the
premises, caused the neighbors to rush in
and ascertain tho cause. The fire was im?
mediately extinguished without the aid of
engines, which promptly repaired to the
spot. Tno house is owned by a colored widow
woman by the name of Weston, resicliog in
Cominsr, near l?uU-.?livct, and was in a careless
condition, not one of the doors being locked,
Thc German Immigrants of thc Bnrk
To the Citizens of Charleston :
A number of these immigrants now in our
harbor, bound for the West, maybe induced to
remain herc. I have employment for them in
various parts of our State. The difficulty will
be the cxpensos of transportation. The citi?
zens may perhaps bo willing to contribute
something towards that object. Captain John
Camp3en, Markot-3trcot, ha3 consented to re?
ceive and properly disburse donations.
JOHN A. WAGENER,
2 Commissioner Immigration.
HUSUNK8S N OTICJES.
KINSMAN Br.os. is the cheapest place in tho
city for toys, fancy goods, toilet sets, &c.
CGOLD WATCH LOST.-Attention is called to
tlic advertisement in our columns to-do v in re?
ference to ?he loss of a lady's double case gold
CHOICE GIIEEN AN^ BLACK TEAS, one iO.lar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southe st cor?
ner Society au I Ansou-slreets. Good;. da.iver
LADIES!-Fine Note Paper at 10 crisper
quire, aud at SI, $1 50 and $123 pjr ream. En
velopes to match, 10 cents per pack. Havo
your Bibles, Prayer Books aud Albums neatly
lettered with your names, at
December 2 G No. 9 Eroad-strcet.
A RABE CHANCE.-The salo of furniture at
the Mills Houso to-day will bc a raro chanco
for housekeepers. Every description of furui
(uro will be sold without reserve, in lots to suit
purchasers. Tho mirrors to be sold are said
to bo thc finest in Charleston. Sale commences
at 10 A. M.
FBESH SUPPLY OF CHEAP GOODS AT STOLL,
WEBB & Co's.-Messrs. Stoll, Webb & Co. open
to-day a very attractive assortment of cheap
goods, which have boan recoutly purchased at
tho North by one of the firm, at prices far be?
low thc market vulue, and are now offered to
liio public at a very slight advance on cost
calico at ll cents, all-wool flannel at 50 cents,
cambrics at 12$ cents, dress goods at 25 cents,
arc among tho attractions. Tho full list is too
long for insertion in this place, and must be
looked for in (ho advertisement, which appears
in another column. Messrs. Stoll, Webb & Co.
maintain the high position which they have
acquired in tho dry goods trade by always
kcoping a large assortment of marketable
goods at fair prices, and occasionally making
a sonsation by oliering such wonderful bar?
gains as they do to-nay.
Prq ?cobs, (Etc.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO BEHOVING TO OUR SPA?
Xo. 270 Jiins and No. 67 Hasel
|ITE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK, WHICH
vV is complete iu every department, a ad pur?
chased lor cash at tho la:e
AUCTIONS AND BANKRUPT SALES IN
Si KW YORK,
At lesa than gold cost of manufacture or importa?
Spec'd attention a called to sn invoice 01"
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will bc .-told low tc close cotuignmcntA.
Wo reaped fully and ronfnlently ii-vite country
merchants ami our country and city fi leuda to ex?
amine our >toc'i before purchasing elsewhere. A
large savin;; jjuarautecd
McLOY Ss RICE,
No. 20S I?1XG-STRMI;T,0.\E DOOR BIZ
November IC linn
Fall ;?iid Winter Dry (iooils.
TO DE SOLD CHEAT,
GO?DKOP fi BEUfllNER.
WHITE AND GRAY.
UOUDKOP fi BEUT ll.NEB,
Nu. -?"JO Kui;-*Irect.
WHItF. RED Ol.'A? AND HLUE. ALL WOOL
FLANNELS from !?5c. ur.
CIA :T 11 A fi O C A S* 1*1 K R K
Vi UV CHEAP.
Superfine BLACK CLOTH, suitable ?br Clonks,
$1 M pet Vkftl.
November 0 mwf i m i
Q II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
ST?H* WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 237 AND 339 KING-STREET.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 287 and 289 King-street,
WILL OFFED THIS MOUSING THE FOLLOW?
ING GOODS, much below their regular
One case D VBK PRINTS, slightly stained, at ll cents
One case Shirting Prints, 12cents
Ono caso 7-8 Longcloth, l'->; cents
One case 7-8 Super Lonarcloib, ll cenls
Five ca?es 4-4 Lonrrcloths, fro r 14 to 28 cenfs
One case Colore-I Ginghams, 12li couts
One case Black Alpacas, from auction, vcy cheap
A large assortment of Dress Goods, at 25, 30 and 35
One bale 4-4 White Wool Flannels, at 50 cents, very
With a full assortment of other GOODS in our
line, which has just been purchased by one of the
firm in thc New York and Baltimore markets, at
much below their value-all of which we will offer
at very small advance on cost.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
?87 and 289 King-Strec
MY GOODS !j DRV GOODS!!
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
C~ No. 248 Kins-street;,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention of the public to their varied stock of j
FOlfElGN AND DOMESTIC
CONSISTING OF :
LRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, Fronch Merinos, DeBagea, Melanges,
Black and Calored Silks, Bombazines, Boule?
vard and Palinoial Skirts, Chinchilly Cloak?
ing, Ladies' Cloaks and Sacques, and a very
large assortment of KID GLOVES, of the most
celebrated brauds, for Ladies, Gent's and Chil?
Wo have also the DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening wear, of very fine quality and . 3a
FRINGES, GIMPS, VELVET AND DRESS
BUTTONS, ot every color and style, with
many other DRESS and CLOAK TRIMMINGS
too numerous to meutiou.
Our stock of Lidios' fashionable HATS, and
TAFFETA and BAUM RIBBONS is very large
and well assorted.
We havo LONGCLOIHS, Calicoes, Sheet?
ings, Ginghams, and all other Cotton Goods
belonging to our lino at the lowest market price.
Wc call particular attention to our larg?
stock of FLANNELS, in Opera,, Welsh, Dornet
and all-Wool; also, a good stock of BLAN?
KETS, and Squire and Long Shawls.
WOOL and COTTON HOSIERY, of evory
grade and prico, for Ladies, Gents, Boya and
CLOTHS. Cassimeres, Dooskins, Satinets,
Kentucky jeans, Kerseys and Vestings, for
Men's and Boy's wear.
Our ENTIBE STOCK has beer, bought at
the recent decline of prices for caah, and great
bargains are confidently guaranteed.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 KI.\G-STHEET,
BETWEEN BASEL AND MARK CT STS.
November 23 m wt la: o
4 3 7 !
QHEAP DRY GOODS I CHEAP DRY
CORNER VF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HA7E RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered In ibis market. City as well as country buy?
ers can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent by
buying their Goods from tho above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, lrom 20 to 25 cents per yard
Best Irhh Poplin?, from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, at 10, 12>i and 15 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from 3125 up
8-1 White Table Damask, only tl per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only CO cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
A large assortment of Whi:o and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will bo sold from S3 up
Colored Quilts, from $1 75 to $2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, from ?2 50
Ladles'English Hose, without seams, from 37 to 50
Satinets, from 50 to 75 cents
A large qana'.y of the latest style of Cassimeres, from
SI to $150
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to $3 50
A varioty ol Shaw s, at 82, *-.> 50, S3, S3 50. S4, and $5
BrowD and White frhirtina, at 10, 12?? aud 15 cenls
Also, fine brauche* of White Shining at very low
Ladies' and G ont's Underwear at different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 ceuts
The Dost French Corsets, from 75 rents to SI
The latest style of Folt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, 4e., at thc lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 8JC
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50c up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from $3.00 up
Ladies and Mon's Kid Gloves only $1.(0
S3"Eemember thc CHEAP STORK, at tho
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING SIRE F.TS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wc bavo built an addition to
our store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
TR CN KS, ?ic, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our stock.
?2? ENTRANCE IN CALUOUN-STREET.
FCUCIIGOTT A B!tO.,
No. 437 KING-sTltEET.
September 21 ?imo
(Oaring on?i /arnisljinfj (Snobs.
ESTABLISHED IN 1813?
G. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
MA MFA CT CR El? S OF
Gent's Youths' and V cediuen's
AT TUE OLD STAND,
No. 313 King- t.. llppositc Socleiy-St.
WE ARC PUEPABED FROM THIS DATE TO
ofter our Uiual FALL AND WINTER CLO i'll INO,
of our own selectlor, aud manufactured by our?
selves ia Charleston.
As regards quality r,nd style, we are confident our
Goods will compare favorably in overy rasped wilh
auy H-, use lu the Southern Country, boib for cheap?
ness and durability. Wc have sis J a large stock of
Men's Furnishing i.'ooiis in Store.
To our friends and f;ru er patrons, and to thc
Trade i i general, we extend a cordial invitation lo
cramiuc our ctoik, end solicit their orJers.
SATIN KT PANTS.$2 00 to i 100
COLOItED CASSIMERE PANTS.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET TAN rs.SOO lo 1 50
BLACK CASSIMERE PANIS....5 00 to 10 00
HOPS PANTS.2 03 tj 5 00
BOY'-SUI TS.5 00 to 12 00
COLORED SAI ENE C SACKS... .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS.8 00 to IC 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.7 00 to 23 00
COLORED CASSIMERE VESTS.2 00 to 6 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS.8 00 to 20 00
Thc Genuine St AR BRAND SHIR! always on
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, $1 50 to $3.
MERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to $2 00.
Our terms ore CASH, or city acceptance.
November 28 Imo
FREE RBiDING ROOM,
No. 3 BROAD-STREET,
SECOND FLOOR, FRONT HALL.
THE UNDERSIGNED, VS CONNECTION WITH
their ADVERTISING AGENCY, have established a
FREE READING ROOM, which will be open to the
public from NINE A. M. until SEVEN P. M. every
A lar;;e number of papyri from all parts of thc
South, and many of the leading Northern, Eastern
and Western cities, will be on file, and in a short
time English and French papers wi 1 bo received.
WRITING MATERIALS, ic., wi-'l be at the dis
posai of any persons wishing to transa:t business
in thc Room.
The public are respectfully invited to tralee use
ol the Room.
W ALK KR, EVANS ?Si COGSWELL.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
FLUTING.' FLUTING! FLUTING !
FLUTING DONE ON VERY REBO?ARLE
tonn?, and in thc highest style of art on all
Dress and Light Goods, Muslins, ?tc, by an expe?
DREsSES in the latest Northern style made to or?
der and pron pt attention given. Apply in MA?
ZY CK-STHEET, oppesite Short.
November 25 wfmC
?Hi?inmj ?nobs, &c.
jyj-ISS ll. A. MU RTL AND,
No. 308 KING-STREET,
FULLY inform the
Ladies that che has
opened a handsome
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfm 3mos
HART Sc CO.,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STE.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBER3 OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLO JOH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
Consisting of POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS and EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VARIETY OF
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. S.-Descriptive Catalogues can be had on ap
plication. fmw3mos D*C November 27
Q EB AT AT Til ACTIO N
QU'NB?'S & CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EX III i. HON 1HV: LARGEST AND
UTiCitCollection of CUROMO LITHOGRAPHS cv?
seen in Charleston They aro perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient ?md modern.
Among the collection way bo lound SALVATOR
Itt S A'S HEAD OF CHRIST, Corrcggo's Maeda'ene,
A. Delacroix's Tido doini Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming lu, Turner'* Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowbottoms English Scoucry, Baxter's
English and Iri."-h Scenery, Views on tho Rhine, Thc
Juogfraud, 'J he Wettcrhcru, Maiiuo Views, and
'the public aro rewpectfully invited to rall and sec
iluso beautiful Works ol Art. They are offered fo:
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in the price of PORCELAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent improvements tn produ-.ing thine
pietuns enable us to cow riler the nt nearly one
half the lormer prices, and lr.r ?upc. er. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-peeial attention given to children. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes ?ind oilier pictures. Satist ta?
lion In all cases guaranteed, and at prices to corre:
poud with thc times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At H educed Prices.
A linc collection ol'
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These arc the first and only Photographs evur taken
in that locality.
ll U 1 it B Y ?i? C C.,
No. 201 EIVG-STREI4T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 12 Sinos
nriLBvu ?st SON.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
Bio. 59 Broad street, Charleston, M. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection ol
renM, and all manner ot claims.
July 13 mwiSxo
Dooli, Shoes, Biogans, Balmoruls, Gaiter*}
BY N, HILM & SON.
THIS DAY, 2d Decemi er, st 10 o'cecV, in on
i-alrsrcom, No. 142 Alceting-atreet, we will sell for
100 coses, our usual fino and fresh assortmont of
BOOTS, SHOES, Brogans, baimo.-ols, Oaitars, 4c.,
direct from the factory, t) which we Invite theatten
tion of bnytrs._ December 2
Horses, Mules, Harness, Plovs, Bellows, ic,
Household Furniture, Secretar;/, and Sun?
BY E. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, quarter-past 10 A. IC at No. 33 Broad
Assignee's Sale of Motel Furniture.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
In pursuance rf a decretal order of the honorable
the Cou:t of Bankruptcy, will be sold THIS DAY,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho Mills House Hotel, for
the Assignee of Joseph Purcell, Bankrupt, at pub?
All the FURNI1URE of thc Mills House Hotel,
Parlor. Chamber, Dining Room and KITCHEN
FURNITURE, all in perfect order and latest otr'es,
complete fsr the equ'pment of a firs:-c!a -s ho'el."
The Furniture to be sold for cash, lo be d slivered
on day of sale. E. W. MARSHALL
Assignee of thc Estate Joseph Purc*U.
Fresh and Desirable Dry Goods; also, Fifty
Cases and Cartoons Superior Stork Boots,
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, No. 55 Hasel-street,
Will sell THIS DAY, commencing at 10 o'clock,
SCARLET, GRAY AND WHITE FLANNEL?, Gray
Satinet. Cassimere. Children's Plaid Hose, Blankets,
Counterpanes, Linens, Gloves. Plaids, Drawers,
Sh;rt Front?, Ladies' and Gents' Hose and Half
Hose, lapes, Linings, Linen aed Madder Hdkfs., Acc.
60 cases and cartoons Ladies', Men's, Youths' aed
Misses' BOOTS, BALMORALS, WAITERS, 4c, di?
rect (rom manufacturen, well assorted aud superior
Conditions cash. December 2
At Auction-Christmas Presents-Unreserved
Sale of Handsome Silver plated Ware, im?
ported direct from Sheffield, England, suita~
ble for Christmas Prestnls.
Bi CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
\o. 56 Broad-street.
Will be sold, without reserve, cn THURSDAY, lO'.h
of December, at ll o'clock, at our office.
AN INVOICE OF HANDSOME ENGLISH SIL
ca Nb IST i* G or:
COMMUNION SERVICES, lea and Coffee Pols.
Cream and Syrup Jugs, Waiters, Plates, Cake and
Lircad Baskets, Uoblets and Children's Cups, Butter
Dishes, Toast Backs, Casters, Nut Crackers and
Pickers, Table, Hestert and Tea Spoons and Forks,
Dessert Knives, Fish Carver? and Forks, Atc., 4c.
Teims cash. mwf4 3 November 30
UNDER DECKLE IS EQUITY.
The Protestant Episcopal Church of the Par?
ish of St. Philip's vs. Swires.
On TUESDAY, 22d December, at ll o'clock, will bo
sold noir the Old Customhouse,
All that LOI OF LAND, with the Dwe ling Houso
of wood and other building* thereon, situate on the
west side of St Phihr-strcet, desigmted on the plat
of St. Philip's Church laud, made tv R Q. Pinckney,
16th August, 185?, and recorJed in tha office of the
Reg. M. C., i h?rtesten District, in plat book A, No.
1, page 12C, by thc letter E, measuring in front on
said street 40 feet, by ISO feet in depth, mote or les;
bounding north on lot mai ko J D on said plat, the
properly of Salinas; east on St. Ph?ip-street, and
south on lot marked F, the property of James Mel?
vin; and to the west on lot market No. 9 on said
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one, two and three years, with interest frein day of
sale, psyabl? annually; secured by bond of the pur?
chaser aad mortgige of tno premises, buildings to
bo insure t and the policy assigne .. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
December 2 w3tul Master In Equity.
James Patterson, Commissioner in Equity, vs.
Langdon C. Duncan.
By virtue of a Decretal Order modo in this cause, I
will sell at Barnwell Courthouse, on SALES DAY
in December next.
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, ty?
ing and being in tho County of Barnwell, within five
miles of Graham's Turnout, on the south Carobna
Railroad, containing seven huudred and fifty acree,
more or less; bounded by lands of the es ate of Owen
R, Faust, Rebecca Zorn, linton Leo and Brooker
Terms of Sale-For cash on?ugh to pay tho costs
Of this eau-e. and one hundred and filly do lars So?
licitor's fee; the balance on a credit of twelve months,
the purchaser giving his bon', bearing interest from
the day of sole, payaule anima ly, wi.h two good
sureties and a mortgage of the premises to secare
the payment of the put chase money, to pay for papers
and necessary revenne stamps.
Commissioner's Office, Novembor f?, 18?S.
JAMEs PATTE30N, Commissioner.
November 27 6
Benjamin Terry, Welmuth Perry, Administra?
tor and Administratrix, vs. John Perry,
Alex. Matheson and wfe, and others-Bill
for Injunction to Marshal Assets, Sell Land,
In obedience to the order of thc Court of Equity
made in lbs above stated case, at June term, 1866.
I will sell, at Lancaster Courthouse, South Caroli?
na, on thc first MONDAY in I'ecenincr next.
All that valuable PIKCE. PARCEL OR TRACT OF
LAND described in tho pleadings, belonging to the
estate of John Porty, deceased, lying and situated in
thc District of Lancaster, state ol -oath Carolina,
containing (G0O0) six thousand acres, more or less, of
No. 1 cotton, com and grain land-, well watered and
heavily timbered, fencing in good repair-the up?
land p-'O'luciug fine crops of cotton, corn and small
grain, whil<- thc extendive bottoms, lying oluug the
Catawba Uiver, a'c not to bc surpassed, 'these lands
arc situated in the southwestern portion of Lancaster
District, bounded by the Kershaw hue. tho Catawba
River, and bv lands of D. W. Brown Lewis Patter?
son, C. L. Tillman, James 1 hempson, William Dixon
I WILL ALSO 8ELL, FOR CASH,
On the TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ofter the first
Monday in December, at thc former residence of
the said John Perry, deceased, iu Lancaster Dis?
trict, near Li be nv lilli.
All the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the
estate of said deceased. L'vcr> thing usually kept on
a largo and well regulated Plantation may be bought
at tins -ale.
The real estate above mentioned will b? surveyed,
and divided into two. three and four hundred aere
tracts, to sun purchasers, plats ol' which will be ex?
hibited on dny of sala.
Terms-So ranch ca h as will pay the costa of suit
and expenses of sale. '1 he balance on a credit of one,
two and three year*, with Interest, to be due and pay?
able, aiinuallv.' from day of sale. Purchaser to give
bond, with twa or more good securities, and a mort?
gage of tho premises Purchaser to pay for i. tamps
and papers. Terms nra?! be complied with on day
of tale, or thc property will be refold OJ day of sale
at the risk of the lonner purchaser.
K. G. BILLINGS, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lancaster Courthouse, S. C.,
Norcmber 2, 15C3.
November 9 20ml
^wctmtm1 Jlrioate Salts.
Valuable Bice Plantation for Sale or Lease.
BY J. DRAYTON FORD,
Broker and Commission Agent.
SOUTH CHACHAN PH N?A HON. on the West?
ern branch of Cooper River, will be told or leased.
It contains about 252 ?cres prime t do swamp, and
70 acres high land under cultivad >n, bes des an
abundance of timber land. These binds arc very
productive, and et the be.t qua.ity. On thc place
are negro quarters birts, 4c, 4c. It bas o good
river landing, and is easily accessible from the North?
eastern Railroad, and within three miles of tho
healthy summer retreat of Cordesville.
Far further particulars apply to
J. DHAYJON WORD,
At .NO. 40 Bro jd-street,
Rice Plantation and a Summer Retreat to Rent.
BY J. DRAYTON FORD,
Broker and Commission Agent,
NORTHCU A ( HANPLANTATION, on the wes.
em branch ot Cooper River, will Ve leased for one or
a termo years, i hi-placo li in coot order, and
now ocenpifd. On it aro sood residence, negro
bonsc?. bani!-. Xe, 4c. With i?, as ttl] a;>pu tensnco,
will be 'easel a comfortable Residence ia tho haithy
Village oi cordesville, two mile-? distant,
Ihts Plantation, ant the adjoining ona (-oath
Chachan), 0 tn < fib cd fo lea.-e or .-ule. would, tc
g. thur, constitute * most definible agricultural tn
lernrise, com V to in every rc-pect. On these places
aro negiocs, now ready to contract lor another sea?
For further ror?culjr?, apply to
J. DUTTON FORD,
No. 40 I .rood - troce
November 27 DAC fmw3
i L?FFORD Ac M AT H EWES,
Kcal Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad-str<>et.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a euponor quality, on
deep water navigation and healthy locations all the
RICE and COT ION PLANTATION!) and FARMS ia
all parts of the btato.
CITY PROPEBTY of every desensnoo.
November 2 3m0*