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THE DAILY ]STEWS.
52* LARGEST CIRCULA?10N.-THE DAILY
SEWS BEING TUE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN ra? POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
fcACH V.tr.E'; ACCORDING IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
.4 UCTIOXSALES TIHS DA T.
JOHN :T. MILNOB & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom. Meeting-street, previous to sale
of furnitiro at Mills Hou?e. a splendid pi?no.
CAMPBELL. KNOX A- Co. will ;ell at 10 o'clock, at
their auction house, Hasel-street, shoes, dry goods.
WILLIAM MCKAX will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom. Moeting-3treet, Iumiti.ro of a family;
also, br<\xl mare, ic. , , . .
MILES IRAKE will sell at 10 o clock, at his store,
cjruor Kiag aud Liberty streets, boots, shoes and
THE DATLY NEWS PRICE CURRENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAR will be ready for delivery at our
counting room at nine o'clock this moraine. Single
copies five cents. Orders for ten copies and over
will be filed at the rate of two and a bah* cents per
TAX EXECUTIONS aro being prepared at the
. City Treasury. Expense may be saved by immediato
. attention, aa it is not yet too late.
'ihr DIT.-Several ladies contemplate leaving
for Sumter to assist in arranging the fair to take
place at the courthouse on the 9th.
MASONIC ITEM.-A oake will be cut at the
.Baptist Fair to-night which contains a Masonic pin.
-Who will be the lucky on? ?
BEAL ESTATE SALE.-Messrs. Leitch & Brans
sold for J. W. Gray, Esq., Master in Equity, at the
old Customhouse yesterday, the plantation ha St
Andrew's Pariah, known as Greenwich, containing
613 acres, more or less, for $3000; one-third ca?b,
balance in one, two and threo years, and ?ecured by
bond and mortgage.
SALE OF FURNITURE AT THE MILLS HOUSE.
This Bale was continued yesterday end attracted a
large number of luyera. There were many per?
sons going lu and ont all day, while others were
gathered in the rotunda inspecting the articles as
they would be delivered. The sale will continue
from day to day until completed.
THE COMBINATION SHOW.-Thora will be a
change in the programme to eight, when tho famous
pieces entitled "Jack tihepard" and "The French
Spy " wil' be presented. Tho ring performances will
be varied ?Iso by new and wonderful features. The
minstrels will wind np tho combination, an?* give
additional eclat to the greatest show of the age.
LARCENY.-Robert Jones and John James,
alias Lewis, colored youths, stole twenty-five dollars
from the store of Ur. J. B. McEmose, ia King-street,
day before yesterday, and were arrested by the de?
tectives early yesterday morning. One of the rascals
went in and engaged the attention of the employees
of the establishment while the other did the till tap?
ping. They are old ofrend?is against the law.
ROBBERY ON 'WANDO.-On Tuesday night
last, Mr. W. F. Redding, who plants on Wando River
and bas been almost ruined by the caterpillars, was
robbed of the whole of his small crop of cotton by
some perspc; unknown, who entered his ginh:use
end carried off all the content". Ihe matter has
been pl'.ccd in the nanda of a magistrate for investi?
gation, and ho ls doing allia his power to catch ihe
THE WESTMINSTER REVTEW.-We have re?
ceived from John Russell's, King-street, the October j
number of this quarterly, reprinted by the Leonard
Scott Publishing Company. It contains articles on
Landed Te a ure In the Highlands, Poems by William
Morris. Reforms of oar Civil Proc?dure, Spielh ?gen's
Novels, the Property of Married Women, China, the
Suppressed Sex, Seasickness, Middle Class Schools
and the usual reviews of contemporary Utera ture.
THE MUNICIPALITY OP COLUMBIA.-The new
City Council of Columbia has elected the following
officers in addition to those reported in yesterday's
NEWS: City Attorney, John T. Rhett; City Surveyor,
G.T.Berg; City Printer, Julian A. Selby; Assistant
Policemen, T. M. Altee, M. Grimstead, J. B. Pollock,
F. H. Gurley, 8. Strickland, J. D. Duncan, T. W.
Berry, O. B. Bates, C. Hussung, Hngh McElrone, Jr.,
John Glaze, Michael Allon.
CHRISTMAS.-AP the Christmas holidays ap?
proach, wc naturally think cf the presents to be
given and received, how and where to find the va
ried articles suited therefor, to say nothing of the
prospect of well-filled larders and tables groaning
beneath th: weight of good things. Housekeepers
are even now laying in their et or es, and will consult
the columns of TUE NEWS for lnfbrmaticn as to
where to make their parchases. Evidently, then,
dealers generally will find it to their advantage to
?send In their advertisements at once.
OFFICE PUBLIC SCALES, MARKET-STREET,
NOVEMBER 30.-The following is the amount of coal
weighed at this office for November: C. W. Seignous,
-239>j tons; H. F. Baker A Co., 158 tone; L. Deitz,
102 tens; F. P. Feignons, 86 tons; Budd b Blake,
73>; tons; J. S. Borlbeck, 68 tons; Wm. Johnson, 63
tons; R. Mare & Co., 25% tons; J. Tienken, 18 tons;
Bavenel & Co., ll tons. Total, 894 ^ tons.
Cat/toun-street Public Scalet, November 30.-The fol?
lowing is the amount of coal weighed at this office
for November: Wm. Johnson, 91 jr" tons; F. P. Se ig
nions, 13% to.s; C. W. Seignons, 11% tons. Total,
A DISCIPLE OF ESCTJLAPI?S IN TROUBLE.
There is a colored character in this city who has as.
sumed the title of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, who has
a wife who lives in mortal dread of bim, and is fre?
quently the victim ef bis brutal treatment. He is
continu. Hy on the move from "pillar to post," and
never lires in any one place more than a couple of j
we? ks. He was before the Mayor's Ceurt yesterday
for riotous conduct in a yard on Anson-slreet, and
was released from the court en the promise that he
would move from the yard. He moved in the morn?
ing, but relumed and commenced destroying the
property, and, when told to desist, seized on axe and
threatened to loll a gentleman who tried to persuade
him to desist. Policemen had to be called in to ar?
rest bim, and on the sere t be was riotous and insult?
ing in thc OTtreme. He will be heard before tho
Mayor again this morning.
FUNERAL OF CAFTATN WIETTNO.-The funeral of
<3aptaln Wieting, which tc ok place yesterday after?
noon, was very largely attended by all cia ses of the
community, but especially of the Germans, all of
whom eeomed to regard the Captain as a member of
their families. The funeral procession was formed
in Broad-streef, opposite the residence ol Mr. N.
Fehrenbacb. The Palmetto or Eutaw hand was at
the ho id of the procession. The German Fire Com?
pany fol owjd in fa l uniform, and then came the
hearse with B X vail-bearers from the German Friend?
ly Sociely.Freuudschaftsbujid and BruderTche Socie?
ties. Next came along string of carriages and buggies,
and lastly a large concourse of the ibsens generally.
The funeral services were performed at iho German
Lutheran Church, Hasel-street-Rev. Dr. Bachman,
Rev. Mr. Muller, .nd Bev. Mr. Bowman taking uart
After thc services had been duly performed the re?
mains were conveyed to Bethany Cemetery and
consigned to the receiving teinb, wane they wii*
remain until instructions can be received from Eu?
HOTEL ARRIVALS-December 3.-Pavilion
?Met L, Wilson, J. F. Brabham, Barnwell; J. C.
McFadden, Clarendon; Charles Roberts, New York;
J. N. Jone-, Friendship; L. P. Smi'n, City; E. Val
entine, London ; J. N. Parker, Massachusetts.
Charleston Hotel-L. B. Woodberry, Barnwell; H.
?. Haraleon. W. A- W. and W. & M..R. R.; W T.
Thomson. Union; John Hill, City; A. K. Hackett,
-?New York; W. J. Walker, Washington, D. C.; E. J.
sterling and wife, Connecticut; A. S. Burns, New
Y*rk; J. B. Lasalle, Columbia; E. B. Littlefleld.
Nev York; Wm. Gregg, Aiken; Miss L. A. Wallace,
Mis? M. B. Alden, J. A. Alden, Connec icu'; D. M.
Edgr and wife, daughter and servant, Miles Perry,
E. A .Hopkins, Auburn, N. T.
COMPLETION OF Tirs CHARLESTON CUSTOM?
HOUSE-'lue Supervising Architect of the Treasury
has reroited tn favor ot" the completion of the
DEATH OP GENERAL "N. G. EVANS. - Briga?
dier General N. G. Evans, of this State, familiarly
known among his companions in arms in the ( on
federate servir? as General "f-hanka" Evans, died
very suddenly oa Monday of la-t week ct Midway,
Bullock County, Alabama, where he was e 'gaged in
teicbing. Goueral Evans was a graduate cf Wc9t
Point, and servedWlt'? cr?ditas an officer in ilia Urn?
ed States Army up to tba secession of Sou h Cat oh?
io, tn a hand-to-hand encounter with Camanche
indian? on tho Texas frontier, he behave 1 With inch
listinguished gallantry that he was presentid with a
iword by the Legislature ov South Carolin?.
He fought throughout the'.ate war. hom tie bc
[inning to 'he end. His regiment opened tho right
?t the first battle of Manassas, and he was honorably
nenliored in General Beauregard's c?Qe'a! report
br his courage and ski'd on that occasion.
He was in command of tho Confed?rale forces at
ho batu-? of Iceslurg, or Ball's bluff, which proved
io disastrous to tho enomy. 1 ater in the war h"
naccBUvred his brigade agaiust thc enemy, wi;h
argely superior numbers, through a winter's
ampaign in Nor'h Carolina, succeeding, with a
nere handful ef men, in baining every effort of |
Jeneral Foster, the Federal commauder, to enter the
nterior of tho Slate, His brigade was afterward!
irdered to Mississippi, whoro ;hcy endured the un
laralielcd hardships and trials ot' thc V ck-bure
ampaign, and from that time on h? and they shared
he fortunes and misfortunes of thu Westera ai inj?
inu! the final surrender in Konh Carolina. Since
be war, Circumstances compelled him, like many
thar brave mes, to leave tho State, and he died an
xile from his home and friends.
THE PAIE OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
'he attendance at this beautiful entertainment im
roves nightly, and at its close is attr etl.-.c oddi
ional interest. There are some articles which es
aped previous notice, amidst the varied and elegant
ontnbu'ions, wrought by the delicate ttngers of the
idles, who have, under difficulties, finished their
ibor of love, worthy of presentation. On ono of
ae tables, near the extreme risbt of the hall, there
3 an infant's short dress, made of muslin and spool
otton, that is certainly a wonder of ingenuity, and
auBt have cost great painstaking on the part of the
idy of our city who made it. A little further on
mid a multipl city of raro articles, there is a doll
ressed bi elegant silver and g?ld tinted silk-i
ieee of a dress once worn by the celebrated Madam
lelcste. lins doll should bc examined, and thc ar
ides generally on the table on which it he?.
To induce rapid sales, the prices have been low
red, and, considering the quaUty and finish of tho
oods offered, there are some bargains to be had
ho great feature of the evening was the appearance
f Santa Claus and his antiquate! spouse, both got
m up in keeping with the earliest and most vivid rc- | -,
oDeotloas of Kris Kringel. Ibcy wero loaded wbh
>ys for the children preien'., ?od after creating a
erfect furore among the juvoniies, who went into I I
cstscies over the jolly old couple, the. suddenly dc- | 1
arted, promising to return again to-night under
et ter circumstances-perhaps Ina chariot and flying
The music, under the lead of Professor Frederick
?auer, was on Important adjunct to the entertain
The following articles wore won during the eve?
rtag: A handsomly embroidered in ?"ant's cloak, by ] 1
Ir. Andrew Moreland; a dressing gown, by Mr. De
ereux;a superb cake, by Mr. Lindsey Halsey; a
eavy gold ring, by Miss E. Rose; old woman and
er numerous progeny In a shoe, by Mr. D. Paul; | I
.unch and Judy, by Mr. H. H. Olney ; a beautiful
oil, by Mr. Elford, and a wax doll, by Mr. S. C.
Hack; a handsome cloak, finely embroidered, by Mr
Yank Taylor, who also won a shell box; and a -'
y Mrs. S. Watts. Let all Cte young folks at least go
o-nighi and see the impersonation of the Christmas
?gends they hear and read.
TOTS, FANCY BOXES, CHLNA TEA AND DIN?
ES SETS, Wax and China Dolls, at Kinsman Bros.
KINSMAN ? HOS. are Bolling off cheap their
>ys, work boxes, toilet sets, &c.
BANK BILLS AND CITY STOCK WANTED.
ttention is directed to Mr. Moreland's advertlte
tent in our columns to-day.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
ound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast comer Society
nd Anson streets. Goods debvered free.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys
ars in every style. .Mince pies, fresh daily. Hot cof
? and choco'ato at all hours. Ice cream every
WHY BE ANNOYED with that cough when you
aa be relieved by sailing at Do wie & Moise's drug
ore. They havo "Hood's Sovereign Balm," which
r?l relieve you at once. TS
LADIES I-Fine note paper at ton cents per
uire and at $1, $150 and SI 25 per ream. Envelopes to ?
latch, ten cents per pack. Hive your Tibios, 1
Tay er Books and Albums neatly lettered with [
our names, st COURTENA?'S, (
Iecember2 6 No. 9 Broud-strect
THE CHOICEST AND FBESHEST FRUITS to bc
ad in the city are always to be found at the well
no wu store of Mr. John B. Togni, Meeting-street,
ear the corner of Market Mr. Togni has just re
eived a consignment of fifteen thousand lus< ions
loiida oranges, hi exccllout condition, and nicely }
acked ready for shipment to the country or the 1
Forth. Now that Christmas is drawing near, every- *
ed y should by bi a supply.
HART Sc CO-,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
foreign and Domestic Hardware,
1NGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
?LOJGH AND'NATLOR'S CAST STEEL.
onsisting of POTS, OVENS, SPIDLRS and EXTRA
TRCULARS, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
[ILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VARIETY OF
LAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
TIN W ARE.
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. S.-Descriptivo Catalogues can bc had on ap
lication. fmw3mos DAC November 27
(SmtSj gistols, Ctr.
OUiNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JH. HAPPOLDT, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER,
. No. 119 MEE TING-STREET, offors at low
rioea to snit the times, B Bf. KC H. LO A DING DOU
ILE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOU BLR ?UNS,
superior Single Guns for Boys. Also. RIFLES, RE?
SOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNITION.
REPAIRING executed as usual.
October 23 fmw 2mo
JOD.N G. MILNOR i CO. WILL CONTINUE
tbo sale of the MILLS BOUSEFURNITURE, Tins
Day, December 4th. at 10 A. M.
They hive now rete'jed Ibe most init/uifieeut Fur?
niture, Carnets, Mirror?, bc, in the who*3 establish?
ment. 1 Pe. cuber!
NEAT FANCY BOXES, CONTAINING NOTE
PAPEB, and Envelopes to match.
Fancy Fren., Pivic?, best English and other
Fancy Boxes, coniaining CO sheets Note and 30
Envelopes, 5) cents.
Monograms and Initial Letters stamped at low
WALKER, BYASS ?Si COGSWELL,
No 3 BttOAD-STREET.
December 4 1
FREU RIM ROOM,
NTo. 3 BROAD-STREET,
SECOND FLOOR, FRONT HALL.
THE UNDERSIGNED. IN CONNECTION WITH
heir ADVERTISING AGENCY, have established a
FREE READING ROM,
Vbich will be open to the public from NINE A. M.
o SEVEN P. M. every day. A large number of
:apei s from all parts of tho South, and many of the
eading Northern, Elstern and Western c'.ties, will
>e on file, and In a short time English and French
japerswill bc received.
WRITING MATERIALS, Ac , voil be at the disposal
)f any persons wishirg to transact business in the
The public are respectfully invited to mike use of
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL.
December 3 9
BOUCHE FUS & CO.'S
for sale by all leading Grocers and Wine Merchants.
N. B.-THESE WINES HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
1 BIGH REPUTATION in Charleston and other
Southern cities, and are in every re-peet of the first
thus mwfftno November 23
ATTENTION, LADIES !
FLUTING! FLUTING 1 FLUTING!
FLUTING DONE ON VERY RE \SONABLE
terms, and in thc hiehost style of art on all
jress and Light Goods, Muslins, Ac, by an expc
DRESSES in the latest Northern style made to or
ler and prompt attention given. Apply in MA
5YCK-STRKET, oppesito Short.
November 25 wfmO
SPECIAL OKU Kit. -BI A YUH'S OFFICE,
3 CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEM?
BER 4, 1868.-From and after tho above date, all
mrchases made for ti c City, except for such insli
utrons as are under the management of a Board of
'ommisMoncrs, must I c through an order properly
igaei by the party or parties so purchasing, and
countersigned by the MAYO lt. The bill?, when pre
cntcd for payment, must be accompanied by the
irder above mentioned, otherwise th?y will not be
onsiderod. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. ."MITH,
December 4 Clerk of Council.
O TICE.-MAIN GUA lt DHU USE,
CHARLESTON. S. C.. DECFMBKR 3, 180?.
L Mit of miscellaneous ARTICLES recovered by the
letective force and not claimed, are in possession ol
hr Chief of Detectives. Said articles will bc sold at
lublic auction on WEDNESDAY next, 9 th instant, if
lot claimed by that time. C. B. SIG WALD,
Decembers 6 Captain of Police.
QITY TAXi'.S-MON'lHLY lili/TUHNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CIT? HALL, Deoember 1, 18(33. I
Notice is hereby given to aU concerned, tbat tue
numbly Returns ter thc in' nt ti of Novembor past, in
compliance with tho Tax Ordinance, ratiliod on the
Mik of January. 18(18, and amended on the li'th ol'
tt-ptoiuber, 1803, must be made ou or bcloro the
. > h Instant.
rAXES OS THE FOLLOWTSO ARK PAYABLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Merchandise, in?
ti ud in g Rice, Lumber, liuy, Groin au 1 Narai Stores.
On ail sales ot Cotton.
On oil freight and Passenger Lists ot all steamers
ind sailing vessels paid or payable tu Ulis city.
On all sales by Bakers, Buiehors and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Strcot Railroad-.
On all gross receipt? of oh Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Buddies.
On all iucome derived ironi thc pursuit of any
acuity, profession, occupation or employment.
On thc gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factor?, Commi?
tion Merchants, Wankers, Brotcrs, and others.
Ou all pi em'urns received tor or by uny lusuiaueo
?om; any, or by agencies tor individuals or coin pa?
On all gross receipts of all Gas Compauics.
On every Horse amt Mule u?ed or k?pt within the
rity, excepting boises or mules u?ed in any public
icensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
On aU Ite'ail Dealers in all articles whatsoever.
On a l Barber Shops.
On all cross r> ccipts of Hotels and Public Matin?
ind Hoarding Douses.
On all receipts ol Livery Stable Keepers.
On Uie gross receipt? of Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Prinuiig Ollices, Neu s
sap rs and Pubh-hmg Houses.
On all Goods sold iu tho city by person? not P si?
lent, by san: plc or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules brought to thc
On sales ol Stocks. Bond?, and other securities.
On the gross lccMpis of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On tho gross receipis of all Ta vorn Keepers and
All defaulters will bc dealt with as tho ordi
mace dircet?, W. N. HI'GHRl,
December 1 1"> City Assessor.
KINSMAN'S CANDY FACTORY,
No, 273 KING-STREET.
MANDY POT UP IN ASSORTED BOXES OF 2:>,
O 50 an?' 100 pounds, KUI table for Country Ti ade.
Men hauts oau rely upon our Candies Deino ptr
ectly fri e from all such p >i-ououa substances as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
Alee, constantly on hand, a full supply of
AND FANCY CANDIES.
<o extra charge for boxing, wfmlmo December 2
ANDRKVt' *. ROBELAS 1).
BROK?- 11 '
No. S BROAD-STGEi.
T TT ILL HUT 1HE FOLLOWING i-ECTItTTU.
Y V at thc prices annexed :
hills Receivable of Souita Carolina, at.33
Rank of the State of Sooth Carolina Bills, at.Io
Bank of Charleston Bills, at.
B.'uk of South Caro'iua, at_..ll
Citv of ( barhiston Mock, a'.50
State of south Carolina Bonds (regulan, nt.C5
Will ?ho buy ail 1 iuds vf BANK BILLS at. highest
rates. December 4
.DANK BJLi.S WAMEL?.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE GIVEN TOR MLLS
OF 1HE BASK Of THE STATS loM issue).
Z. D. OAKES,
I" ' aber No. 4 Droad-sfrcct
~CUECKS ON KEW YORK
QOi O BY LFSE5NE k WELLS,
O November 28 0 No. iii rtroail-strect.
(Eprs, Ctli?fco, &r.
TOB ACCO j TOBACCO!
JUST RE'.'FTVED, A CON.-IGNMENt OF FIN'E
CHLWING TOUACCO. which wi I lie sold low
ii applied for immcJiatcl;'.
HOLME? A; MA?BETET.
December 4 in w3 Ko. 3t> Broid-sircM.
A good smoke is a perpetual comfort.
" Yacht Club ?
Compoieut critics pronounce it best formany rearons
It is made of thc best stock grown.
The Nicotine is extracted, there arc
No drugs in it consequently it ig
Autl-cervous m its eff-cts.
It has au acrecable, aromatic flavor,
i 'ocs not burn or sting the touque,
Leave? no unpleasant aftertaste in the
Mouth, or disagreeable odor in the room.
Instead ot exciting tho nervous forces,
It alloys irrit.tion and calms them.
Wc regard it as 'he perfection of
Smokin? Tobago. Orders foi elegant
Meerschaum Pipes ?rc being packed daily
In the various sized bags in which it 1; sold,
is an extra inducrm' nt for those
Who love a go xl smoke to try it.
i?EUREKA" Smoking Tobacco,
I? likewise an exce'leut article of choice Virginia
Tobacco, 01 a i.eivtcr dody than the former.
And Heme much cheat cr in price; n>-vcrlh-lesB
It nriltes au excellent s-mike. Orders for
Meerschaum Pipes daily packed in this brand.
"CENTURY" (hewing Tobacco,
Composed of the best cutting Leaf in the coiiLtry.
Superior in color, finer in qiialby, an 1 makes a
Better chew than other brauds. Acknowledged
The Lc ding Fine Cut Tobacco wherever vs^d.
Respcvtablc jobbers ami dealer- io all sections
Keep it, ano small buyers can save money,
Time and trouble hy purchasing of them.
LORILLARD'S MACCOBOY. FRENCH RAPPEE
and SC. H'CH SNUFFS still retain the excellent qual?
ities which have made them so rtmous every whet 0.
Circulars pent on application.
P. LORILLARD, New York.
November 13 fmwlmo
J| KAL IMPORTED
CHEAP! CHEAP.' CHEAP! FOR GENERAL
Wholesale and Retail.
Sole Agents for Dc la Realidad, Flor dc Morales and
El Encanto do coba.
Just recciv -d ex brig Osprey, dlro.'t from Havana,
FIFTEEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED CIGARS, ol
different brands and prices, which wc now offer at
LONDRES CHICO, IO cents oicb; Londrc* Cilin?
drado, l? cents each; Media Regalia, 3 for 50 cent-;
Conchas do Regalia. 3 for 50 couts; Cazadoras, 25
cents each; dzadoras imperiales, No. 1, 30 cents
ouch ; Cigarette , 20 couls per bunch : Moscobitofl, 10
cents each; liri oas, No. 2, 12 cents cadi; Boinas, No.
1,15 cents ea. h; Brevas, 20 cems each; 1 lamanon,
95 cents each, and Leaf, foi sale low. All of which
we guarantee us represented.
Constantly on hand a large slock of Domestic
Cigars, which wc offer to our friends and tho public
SAYAS ?S; M AHI VAS,
No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
November 38 0 Second d' >or from Mooting.
RSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
a Branch ot thc Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentins," would reapec futiv invite the attention
of doalers and smokors to his very large stock ol
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, ol ill grades
and t-izes, excelled by few in this country, and war
i mtcd to be as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or 3i) days' city accep?
\o. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, G. C.
August 24 mwfGmo
BOXES GO;ID CHI.WING TOBACCO. JUST
RECEIVED, and for hale at a km price, bj tho
box or small quantity, ut the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Mcetiug and Harket streets.
Goods dolivered tree. November 2S
DRV GOODS! DRV GOODS!!
No. 248 Killi?'street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention of thc public to their varied stock or
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
J U S T RECEIVED,
CONSISTING OF :
IRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, French Morinos, DeBagea, Melanges,
Ulaek and C 'lured Silks. Bombazines, Boule?
vard and L'aluaoial .skirt.?, ChinchiUy Cloak
illira, Ladies' Cloaks and Sacones, and a very
largo assortment of KID OLOTES, of ibo mom
celebrated branda, tor Ladies, (Jem's and Chil?
Wc have also thc DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening wear, of very linc quality and rea?
FRINGES, QUIPS, VELVET AND DRESS
BUXTONS, nt every col n- and ?tyle, with
mar.? oilu-r DRESS and C. OAK TRIMMINGS
loo numerous to mention.
Our stock of Ladies' fashionable HATS, anti
TAFFE TA and SATIN RIBBONS is very large
and weil asserted.
We have LONO?LOI HS. CaUsoes, Sheet?
ings, Gingham*-, and all othor Cotton Goods
belonging to our linc ?it tho lowest market price.
We call particular attention to our largr
Block of FLANNELS. 111 Opera, Welsh. Dornet
and all-Woo!; also, a good stock cf BLAN?
JIE IS. and Squire and Lona Sliawht.
WOOL and COTTON HOSIERY, of every
frailo and price, for Ladies, Cents, DUV?J anil
CLO IIIS. Casshncrc?, Doeskins, Satinet:),
Kentucky j-.-ans, Kcrsey-i and Vestings, for
Mon's and Boy's wear.
Our ENTIRE S L'OC'K bas boon bought at
thc recent decline of pi ices for cash, aud groat
bargains are confidently guaranteed.
A call is respectfully ilicitod.
F.OUIS COHEN Ss CO.,
No. 31S KING-STRBET,
BETWEEN HAsEL AND MARKET STS.
November 10 mwiireo
Q II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL, TV EUC & CO.,
Noe. 287 AND 2S9 KING-STREET.
Novo in ber C
C?EiP GQOfiSr CBEiP6(H)DS!
SIOLL, WEBB & CO.,
Xos, 287 and 289 King-street,
"?T/TIf o"fERTHIS MORNING THE FOLLOW
VV ISO t>0?DS' mucu belmv tLcir re?lllar
Oncease D \RK Pf.INT?' stained, at ll cents
Per yard '?An ts
Ono case Shirting Prints, 12*.
One case 7-8 Lonzcloth, lut,' cent?
One case 7-8 Super Lontrcloil), l-l con'i
Five cacos 4-4 Loncclotlia, fro-ri 14 to 28 ccn^.
One case Colore! Ginghams, 12?? cents
One case Black Alpacas, from auction, vc* y cheap1
A large a:-srrtment of Dress Goods, at 25,. 30 and 35'
One bale l-l White Wool Flannels, at 50 rents, very
"With a full assortment cf other GOODS in our
line, which has just been purchased hy one of tho
Arra in tho New York and Baltimore tajirkc-ts, at ,
much below their value-all of which we "?viii offer .]
at very small advance on cost.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
287 and 289 King-Street,
Fall ind Winter Dry Goods.
TO BE SOLD CHE\P,
GOUDKOP & BEUIHNER.
WHITE AND GRAY.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
No. 420 Eing-slrect.
WHII E. RED, GRAY AND BLUE. ALL WOOL
FLANNELS from 25c. np.
CLOTH ANO CASSIMUKES.
Superfine BLACK CLOTH, suitable tor Cloaks,
il 00 per yard.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER
November 0 mwflmo
4 3 7!
QHEAP DRY GOODS I CHEAP BRI
70RNER UF CALHOUN ANP KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HA'.'E RECEIVED,
ind aro receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
he CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which havo ever been
ifferod fn this market. City cs well as country buy
trs can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
luying their Goods from tho abeve firm.
\ lot of Dress Goods, from 20 to 25 cents per yard
3est Irish Poplins, from 30 to CO cents per yard
.'alicors, at 10, 12 fi und 15 cents per yard (best)
lal m oral Skirts, from $125 up
l-l White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
3rown Linen Damask, only GO ccu ts per y ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 25 up
I large assortment of White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
100 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will bc sold from 33 up
Colored Quilts, from $1 75 to $2
Vhito Marseiiles Quilts, 10-1, 11-4, 13-4, from $2 50
Ladies' English Hose, without seams, from 37 to 50
jaricots, from 50 lo 75 cents
v largo qanti'.y of the latest stylo of Cassimcres, from
$1 to SI 50
.odies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to (3 50
V variety of Shaw.a, at $2, $2 50, $3, $3 50, $4, and $5
.rowe and Whlto Shirting, at 10, Ti',* aud 15 couts
Uso, fino brauche? of Whttc Shirting at very low
.adies' and Gent's Undcrwoar at difforcnt prices
lent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
Tho nest French Corsets, from 75 rents to $1
rho latest siyle of Felt a id Straw Hats
trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, ?tc, at the lowest cash
'hoiee colors Empress Cloth, only 8/c
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50c up
I lot of Ladles' Black Cloaks from $3.00 up
Ladies and Mon's Kid Gloves only $1.00
?-Remember the CHEAP STORE, at the
30RNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
lublic in goneral that wo have built an addition to
mr Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES HATH,
TRUNKS, ?tc, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Slock.
S?- ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-3TREET.
FURCHGOTT ?i imo..
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
SE XT THIRTY DAYS,
?BEYT?US TO RE KO VING TO OUR SPA?
So. 270 King mid No. 67 Hasel
l\TE WILL SELL OCR ESTIRE STOCK, WHICH
VV i-f complete lu every dejurtmcnt, aad pur
hosed for cash at the late
LUCTIONS AND BANKRUPT SALES IN
it less than gold ej.?t of nunufao'.ure or imporla
Special attention is called lo su luvoico of
KORAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Vhich will bc soil I low t; c\->ai consignments.
Wo rear-eclfulty and confidently ir vito country
nercbant* and our country and c:ty fi feuds to ex
mhic our stock before purcha-ia,' elsewhero. A
irgc saving guaranteed.
McLOY & RICE,
io. 263 KING-STREET,ONE DOOK BE?
November li) Imi
illillincri) ?oo?s, &c.
MT1**-* A? MUBTLAND,
No. 303 KINS-STBEET,
FULLY inform tho
Ladies that she has
opened a handsome
FALL AND WINT1 il MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 win' 3,uos
r\ 'V TO SO N N T A G .
DYER AND SCOURER,
41 Marlict-stxcet, between King and
GENTS' COATS. VE?TS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfm3moa
Clotting unii /urnislpa, ?0003.
ESTABLISHED IN 1843.
O. E. & A. S, JOHNSON,
Gent's Youllis' and Freedmen's
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 313 King- t., Opposite Soclcty-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM 1HI3 DATE TO
offer our usual EA LL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
o? our own e?le?tior, end. manufactured bj our?
selves in C'barlcston.
As regards quality and style, weare confident our
'roods viii compare favorably in every if-spcct with
iny Ucusc in thc Southern Country, both forchca?
iess and durability. We have also a large >tock of
afcii's Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends and fora or patrons, and to the
Trade la gonci'?' wo estend a cordial invitation to
?amin? our Stock, and ?;lic,t ,beir or(3cr8
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 bs*?0
?LOBED CAGSIMERE PANTS.4 00 to W 00 I
BLACK SATINET PANTS.3 00 to 4 50
SLACK CASSIMERE PANTS_5 00 to 30 00
bOFS PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
[JOY'S SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
JOLORED SATINET SACKS... .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS.8 00 to IC 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.7 00 to 29 00
?OLORED CA8S1MERE VESTS.2 00 to C 00
DVERCOATS AND SACKS.8 00 to 20 OD
Dhe Genuino Si AR BRAND SHIRT always on
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, $1 50 to $3,
?IERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to $2 00.
Our termsare CASH, or city acceptance.
November 28 Imo
A lt I N E INSURANCE.
RISKS TAKEN FOR FOREIGN AND DO
IESTIC PORTS, IN THE PHON1X, MAN
?ATTAN AND ENTERPRISE INSURANCE
:nsh Assets and Seem Ky.$4.000,000.
.OSSES MADE PAYABLE IN GOLD OR STERLING
S. Y. TUPPER, Agent.
Novembor 20 imwlmo
Life Assurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
)fflcct Park Bank Uuilding, Nos. 314
and 210 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPP.-", vice-President.
HENRY BrXDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS.
Agent for State or South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
tsr SUB-AGt-NTS wanted throughout tho Stato.
?PPly.by letter to J. T. HUMFBREYS, General
Lgent November 30
JIHE CAROLINA LIEE INSURANCE
IOME OFFICE, No. 291 MAINSTREET, MEM?
INCORPORATED MARCH 24, IMO.
COMMENCED BUSINESS JULY ll, 1867.
V. J. WICKS, President. W. F. BOYLE, Secretary.
J. H. EDMONSTON, General Agent.
1007 Policies Issued to September 1,ISB8.
TOTAL CLAIMS PAID.$12,000 00
Notes taken for cue-half on all participating Poli
des. Aa a Southern Company, well established and
:apably managed, it oilers s'roug inducements to
hose preferring to invest their funds in Southern
83T* Agents wanted throughout the State.
Medical Examiner, Dr. J. S. MITCHELL.
R. J. MAGILL, Agent.
Novembor JO No 20 Broad-street, up stairs
Tl O IL. ET SE T S ,
VASES AND FANCY GOODS.
A largo and wc'.l selected assortment suitable for
Bridal and turistas Preseas.
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
'OR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WHUUDEff ? CO.,
No. 255 KING-STREET.
November 30 mwf fi
HE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOC K
,VER BROUGHT TO TUTS MARKET, COMPRIS
INO ARTICLES MADE BY
.TJBLN, RI1IENEL, COUDRAY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS,
ogcther with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
C OMR S ,
.LL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tho ladies are reapoctfally invited to cali and er?
mine before purchasing elsewhere.
C. F. PANKNTN.
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
C H A R L E S T O N, S. 0.
November 13 fnrw3nvw
BY JOHN G. MILNOP & CO.
THIS DAY (Frida-), Hu inst- at half.past 0
o cork, will bo sold at our Au. a fa'.e.-rcom, No
1 cory Handsome PiANO
2 Transparent Shades.
Tho above, be?aa?lng toa party leging the state.
?V1 be MM without r"se-ve. before eommencln
salo at '.Illls House._Do-ember 4
Balances of Invoices, Boots and Shoes, Dry
Goods, per Champion, not Received in tim*
for Wedneeda ifs Sale.
CAMPBELL, KNOX ? CO..
Cash Auction House, No. 53 Hnscl-sirect,
Yy'iil sell THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock,
BROGANS, CONGRES GAITERS. Misses' and
ifouths' Hal i oraN, Sewed Goat Balmorals, Chil
Jren's Shoes, kc, kr.
SATINETS, Ca?slmeres, Gray. Bcd and White
Flannels, Plaid Hose, Blanket*, Drawers, Shirt
Fronts, I adtes'and Gouts' super English Hose and
liait Hose, UandkerctieCs. kc, sc.
CROCKERY, Stoves, Grate.?, Co uMill, kc, kc
One Super SPRING WAGON, Carpeting, kc
i^We will sell TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock, FUR
--...noa OF A FAMILY LEAVING THE CITY.
I*-- . --'-.?lorrow'spapjr, December*
Particulars in ... -?---=
Furniture of a Family Declining ^?0V3il.
Viii sell THIS DAY, at his Btore, No. 136 Meee?ng
slreet, at 9 o'clock, without reserve,
MAR'iLE-TOP BUREAUS, Bedsteads, Tables,
hairs. Mattresses, Stoves, Carpets, and a general aa
lortment of Crockery, Piano, ?c.
Terms cash. December*
Mule, Brood Mare, Cart, Harness, <Jc
Viii sell tho above THIS DAY. at No. ISC Meeting
street, al 10 o'clock.
Terms cash. December 4
Boots, Shoes, and Hats.
BY MILES ?BAKE.
"HIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
Store, corner ol' Kin? and Liberty-Eu-eets,
75 cases BOOTS and SHOEP, weU assorted,
CONSISTING Or :
Cases Men's Kip and Gram BOOTS
Cases Men's Kip and Call Brosens
Cases Men's Kip and Calf Balmorals
rases Ladles' Serge Congress and Polish Boots
Cases Women's Goat and Kip Bootees, 3-7 and
Cases Youths' Copper Toe Brots
Cortoons Ladies', Miacca*, and Children's shoes,
25 coses, 150 dozen, Men's and Boys' WOOL
Uills House Furniture Sale, in Bankruptcy,
and By order of Court.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
Ylll be continuo* THIS DAY, Friday, 4th Decem?
ber, commencing at quarter-past 10 o'clock.
Wo have now reached tho FDXEST AND BEST
TJRNISF.KD CHAMBERS in the house, and will
irobably sell to-day the Ladies' Parlor and Charn?
iers on first floor, comprising the most valuable and
lesirabie Furniture in ihe house.
Conditions cash on delivery.
E. W. MARSHALL,
Assignee of fbi Estate Joseph Purcell.
1 Desirable Residence on Broad-street at
3 Y LOWNDES & G RI M BALL,
No. 30 Broad-street.
Viii be sold on TUESDAY, 8th December, at IL
o'clock, at the Old Post?nico,
That BRICK RESIDENCE on tho North side of
iroad-street, known as No. 96. The house cobains
ix rooms, pantile0, wash room, Ac, a good cistern,
ill necessary outbuildings on the premises. The
Irst floor has been used as a doctor's office, and will
iring a good rent. Lot 34 bv 134 feet.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
tamps. fmtu3 December 4
it Auction-Christmas Presents-Unreserved
Sale of Handsome Silver-plated Ware, im?
ported direct from Sheffield, England, suita?
ble for Christmas Presents.
Bl CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
No. 50 Broad-street.
Viii bo sold, without reserve, on THURSDAY, 10th
of December, at ll o'clock, at our office,
IN INVOICE OF HANDSOME ENGLISH SIL?
COMMUNION SERVICE-', Tea and Coffee PO'B.
ireom and Syrup Jugs, Waiters, Plates, Cake and
?read Baskets, (i oblots and Children's Cups, Butter
Dishes, Toast Racks, Castor.?, Nut Crackers and
'Ickers, Table, Deseen and Tea Spoona and Fork?,
Dessert Knives, Fish Carvers and Forks, Ac, kc.
Terms cash. mwf4 s November 30
jtoritaiicffl1 jpriwte Soles.
~ CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
leal Estate Agents, No. 50 Broad-street.
!*or sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
lecp water navigation and healthy locations ail the
RICE and COTrON PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
,11 parts ot the State.
CITY PROPERTY of every dtsenption.
November 2 3mos.
JlrnijS, QLIjemif?ls, Otr.
Tit ?; Q R.! Al'
.OR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE!
r-j-NO BITTEBS EQUAL TO THEM.^CT
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BITTERS,
lade of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, so
.ell known in Pharmacy:
'ERUVTAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HERB3 AND ROOTS as will in alt
isca assist Digestion, promote tho secretions of Uaa
rstem in tho natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
BUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE!
AU Usc It AV it h Wonderful Succ?s
-O THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEA UTT
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
10UNTENANCE. CURES FEYER AND CRE?
TRY TIIEH. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BI TIERS. So>d by Druggist?
US-See that our signature is over thc cork of eachi
ottlc. DOWIE * MOISE,
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGIST?,
An(j",t 5 Orno*_Charleston. S. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale Dy Druggist? Everywhere*
July 23 ->*?