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THE DAILY NEWS.
49* LA BO EST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNISED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PC;BLI?"H?S THE LIsT OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IS IKE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVID?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A UCTIOX SALES THIS DA T.
CAMPBELL, KNOX &? Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at No. 19 .Auu-street, household foniiture. .
WILLUM MCKAY will sell at 10 o'clock, at their
salesroom, Meeting-street, housi hold furniture.
ES-GOVEBNOB PTCKENS, who was recently ?e
poned to be seriously M. is now so far recovered as
to be able to be ou* of bed.
ST. STEPHEN'S CHUBCH.-Service may be ex?
pected at St. Stephen's Church, as usual, during the
temporary absence of the Rector.
WELCOME RAIN.-The heavy fall of rain yes?
terday waa unusually acceptable, as a n imber of
the cisterns bad run di y and needed replenishing.
A COTTON THIEF CAUGHT.-Robert Green
colored, was caught stealing cotton on Atlantic
wharf yesterday, and arrested.
FOB BEAUFOBT AND EDISTO.-Tbe steamer
St Helena wiU receive freight to-day fer Favannab
via Beaufort, inland, touching at Edisto. She leaves
to-night at eoven o'clock.
THE MASONIC PIN.-The cake containing this
Masonic gem was cut last night at the Fair, and
Mr. Jacob Carson, of St. John's Berkeley, of Lodge
Ko. 71, was the fortunate winner.
WEST INDIA Faun.-The schooner Azelda
and Laura is now landing at Union wharf a cargo
ol tropical fruit, consisting of cocoanuts, oranges,
bananas and grapes.
STOLEN COTTON REOOVEBED.-A pocket of
cotton containing about thirty pounds waa recover?
ed yesterday by the detectives. It is supposed to
belong to Mesjrs. Boper lt Stoney, on Vanderhorat'a
THE TEMPLETON TBOUPE.-This troupe will
appear at the Hibernian Hall on Monday, and will
give to the public the "Heh- at law," and the taree'
..Medicine," written expressly for Templeton'B
troupe by E. Baynard Seabrook, Esq., of this city.
RIVER IaniEBsiON.-There will be a river
immersion at the foot of Council-street to-morrow
morning, between the heurs of ll and 12 o'clock, by
.tho Rev Jacjb Legare, pastor of the Morris-street
Baptist Church, colored.
COUBT MABTIAXK-The Court Martial recent?
ly held at the Citadel, under tbe Presidency of
General Marshall, with .Major Upturn, of the Sixth
Infantry, as Judge Advocate, closed its labors yes?
TITE MABXHEB'S . CHURCH.-There will be
services in the Manner's Church, Church-street, to?
morrow,* Sunday, at half-past ten o'clock in the
morning, end half-past three o'clock In the after?
COURT OF CHANCERY. - The cause of Lowndes
va. Huger et al. was argued upon demurrer. Mr.
Wilkinson, for the defendant, replyirg to the argu?
ment, Mr. fe.irani ons for the complainant, and
Mesara J. B. Campbell ?nd Edward McCnuiy for the
THE TOLAND MEDICAL Cor.LEGE, SAN FRAN?
CISCO, CAL.-Thia institution, which is called after
Dr. Toland,.formerly of Columbia, 8. C., bas just
closed a very successful session, and bids fair to in?
crease in prosperity-and the estimation of the people
in all parts of the country. .
DB. ALICK HAMILTON DJ COUBT.-This color?
ed character was arraigned before the Mayor yes?
terday. When asked his occupation and how be
made a living, he replied, by "practicing medicine,"
and yet he could not write his name ia the court.
Pretty prescriptions thia fellow most make out. His
c ase was turned over te a magistrate.
FURNITURE SALE AT THE MILLS HOUSE.
This sale waa postponed yesterday on account of the
?ta; it will be continued on Monday morning at
quarter past ten o'elock. The finest and b?s t article?
aro yet to be disposed of. It is supposed that the
aale wUl be concludeoHm Monday. Tueaday will be
d: vote i to tho del. very of goods purchased.
SUPBEITE COUBT.-This court met on Thurs?
day at ll A. M. Present-Associais Justice) Wil?
lard and H?ge. The following cases were argued:
Btley et al vs. Garvin. Mr. SaQey for motion, Mr.
Davant contra. Charles R. Carroll, executor, rs.
.Grace Alston et al Mr. Buist for motion. Mr.
Whaler contra. L. H. Deas ada James Ch emut, ex?
ecutor, has been assigned fer thia day. Mr. Ker?
shaw for motion, Mr. Shannon contra.
FIRE AT GRAHAM'S TURNOUT. -The spacious
stables of Captain B. G. Graham, at Graham's Turn?
out, on the South Carolins Railroad, were destroyed
by flro on Wednesday last. A large quantity of fod?
der, which was kept in th? loft ot the stable, was lost,
and five mules and horses were burned to death.
The fire commenced at ll A. M., and is supposed to
have bf en i aciden tal Captain Graham's loas is esti?
mated at $3010.
RAILROAD CONSOLIDATION IN TENNESSEE.
The stockholden of the East Tennessee and Virginia
Railroad (from Bristol to Knoxville) have consolida?
ted too management of that road with that cf the
East Tennessee and Georgia (from Knoxville to Chat?
tanooga) by electing the president of the latter.
Colonel anomie H. Cai:away, and tho superinten?
dent, Majcr R. 0. Jackson, to fill the same offlcos in
CHESTER WHITE Flos.'-TWO very five speci?
mens of this improved breed of pigs have been re?
cently received by Mr. J. C. H. Claussen, at the
Steam Breal Bakery in Market-street, from West?
chester County, Pennsylvania. They are only three
months old, and yet are of fine growth for pigs; and
have a coating more like fleece than bristles. The
boar is peculiarly striking in this last particular, and
both arc worthy of examination.
THE CHARLESTON ADVOCATE, we learn, is
about to give up tho ghost. The General Conference
Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, North,>t its re?
cent session, made an appropriation of $2000 toward
its support, but it would appear that the authorities
rof the Missionary societies do not consider the sheet
a quid pro quo for the evangelical cash, and decline
to pay over the amount. A Methodist paper, of sim?
ilar proclivities, is, we hear, to oe published in At?
lanta, Georgia, instead of chirle sion.
A STRANGE TRANSACTION.- Night beioro last,
just before midnight, a colored man, with a lot of
turkeys In his possession, rung at several residences
in Butledge-atreet, und offered them ior sale at a
low figure. This ?roused tho suspicion of the fami?
lies where he applied, and they refused to purchase.
Ho then said that be would be glad if he would bo
-allowed to leave hts burden until he could call for
them again. After this strango conduct be left un
d? some excitement, but returned yesterday and
got what ho bad left
HOTEL ARRIVALS-DECEMBER i.-Paviiion
Hotel.-J W Gaillard, Northeastern Railroad ; fr CC
Pritchard, Augusta; S L Orr, M D, Santee; E John?
son, Williamsburg; W 8 Chadwick, Beaufort; J G
Sherman and lady, Detroit, Mich; J D Harper,
Chark?tm Botel - W B Hotthklss and wife. New
York; H Beattie, Greenville; A DeBervi3e, New York;
P Allen Peterson, George C Petersou, Canada; Geo
H Andrews, wife, eon and two daughters, New York;
Bob. rt Douglass, Augusta; George W Tucker, Jr, J
Xevernia, Baltimore; W P Ward, New Orleans; W
Mannerly. New York; Z Pline and wife. Sumter; S
H Goodman, Washington, D C; Mr and Mrs H
Hntcl?Lbon, CLE Hutchinson, Henry P Moor
Louse, New York; B S Ohenkle, Baltimore; W H
Wesson, North Carolina; Mrs C H Dalt, Miss S K
THE COIIBLS-ATION-SHOW.-The inclemency
of the weather prevented mtmy from seeing, the
"French Spy" and "Jack sheparJ." and the artistes
of the ring, last night; but those who did brave
tho elements were fully compensated. The show
will conclude to-night, and i: is the last chance to
see the wonder of the nineteenth century.
KLEPTOMANIA.-Many persons have wonder?
ed for several mouths past at the greater mortality
among blicks than whites in this city. A statistician,
who has given thc subject onsidereble thought,
suggests that it is due lo Kleptomania, a diseaso
which has boen prcvailinz to a fearful extent among
the colored people sine . ibo "Union came in." '1 hi;
may not altogether account for the phenomenon,
but the suggestion is commended to the considera?
tion of the City Registrar.
THE FAIR, OF THE FIB3T BAPTIST CHCBCH.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather last
evening, there was a g.'ioU attendance at thp iair.
6anta Claus and his spouse appeared, and took the
wee one3 by storm. To-day the Hall will bo open
fiom eleven to three o'clock, aud from six to ten
o'clock in tho ovening. The follov. ing crtic'.es were
won last ni;;ht: Fruit cake, E. DeTroville; silver
waiter, Mrs. J. S.Curtis; silver waiter, Samuel W.
Fisher, Jr.; Mill Cottage, Miss Olney; Masonic pis,
Srnt ON ATLANTIC WHABF.-Slany were thc
inquiries propounded to the different clerks on At?
lantic Wharf tho other day, when THE NEWS chroni?
cle 1 tho novel scone ot rolling a barrel of potatoes
through the public streets, as a test of an indepen?
dent spirit. "Who can it be ?" WJB said by one,
and "Is it you ?" to another, kc , until the real hero
was discovered, in the person of a well-knowu fac?
tor's clerk, who has pained an honorable notoriety
that has already raised him In the estimation of bis
REPAIES TO PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &C-Some
long neglected and very necessary repairs are being
made in the courthouse. Gas bas been run in thc
Attorney-General's and Clork of the Coutt's officef;
and some other convenience; attended to at the jail.
The iron work ha? b:en overhauled and the interior
of the premises whitewashed. The Fire- Proof Build
ing is a'so needing a share ot attention. This work
is being done by the Board of County Commission
er?, and it ls but just to say that it is timely as well
as thought!ul. The public roads, which have betn
dreadfully out of order, and in holes and ruts, are
being made even and pa- sable.
THE LAND Bunira EXCURSIONISTS now in Co?
lumbia consist of the following persons : D. Dechen
and lady. Hamers town (Maryland. Mail; J. M. Cooper,
Cha m bersbur ?j (Pa.) Valley Spirit; Wm. M. Brcslm,
Lebanon ; Pa.) Advertiser; A. J. Steenmar, Lancas?
ter (Pa.) Intelligencer; Wm. Marr end lady, Hagers
t own, Md.; D. S trite, George Bell, John Hell, Dan.
Winten?, Otho Brian, John McCauley, M. V. JL-Set'
ner. J. M. Funk, W. C. Kirkheart, U.Jt/SjBfm?
Dr. W. T. Stonebreakor, Mrs. Geo. Shv-dte, Woah
ington County, Md.; H. Snyder,/Samuel We ls
Franklin County, Pa. ; J. G. Wyat? Sparkling Ca?
tawba Springs, N. C. <! j
?MASONIC ELECTIONS.-At the- annual com?
munication of Landmark Lodge, No. 76, A. F. M.,
held on the evcm'ng of the 2d instant, the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Brother W. E. MIKELL. W. M.
Brother W. W. PEMBERTON, 8. W.
Brother W. TENNANT, J>W. "
Brother E. T. HUGHES, Txrasurer.
Krother W. H. PRIOLE*U" Secretary.
Brother I. G KANO E SIMONS. JB., M. D" S. D.
Brother A. W. MARSHALL, JB., J. D.
Brother J. A. TENNANT, 1 Jift .
Brother A. J. WHITE, JR.} BTEWAIT'.
Brother J. J. BEASLEY, Tyler. ?ii ,,
At the annual communication Of Pythagorean"
Lodge, Ne. 21, A. F. M., held oa Tburediy ovonmg,
December 3d, the following named officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing Masonic year:
Brother F. HORLEY, W. M.
Brother B. A. MUCKENFUSS, S. W.
Brother S. E. WELCH. J. W.
BrotherB. H. MCDOWELL, Treasurer.
Brother R. 8TEWAB i\ Secretary.
Brother W. G. HARVEY, S. D.
Brother W. H. WELCH. J. D.
Brother E. 8. BURNHAM, 1 c..". . '
Brother J. N. WTGFALL, (
Brother H. MEYER, Tyler.
At the last .annual communication of Kingtree
Lodge, No. 46, A. F. M., held a few days ago, tho fol
lowing brethren were daly elected to serve that
Lodge for the ensuing Masonic year:
Brother SAMUEL W. MAURICE, W. M.
Brother LOUIS JACOBS, 8. W.
Brother W. W. WABD. J. W.
Brother EDWIN HARPER. Treasurer.
Brother T. J. K.DARGAN, Secretary.
UNITED STATES Crficurr COUET for South
Carolina, sitting at Colombia, November Term, 1868,
Hon. George S. Bryan, District Judge, presiding.
Thursday, December 3,1868.
Ittue Docket.-The following cases were citied and
referred to Juries Nos. 1 and U, and os they rendered
their verdicts, the same were ordered to br published
and recorded at follows: John A. Chambers vs. W
J. Magill, Mmonton & Barker. Verdict $2829.
Daniel Draper k 8ons vs. Tsaac E. Hertz & Co.
Wbaley, Mitchell k Clancy. Verdict 31302 05.
French, hichards k Co. vs. Robert C. Gillam
Macbeth A- Buist. Verdict $3421 7 '.
French, Richards tc Co. vs. James Gillern. Mac
beth k Buist Verdlet $3400 73
H. Sloan k Son vs. Isaac E. Hertz k Co. Macbeth
k Buist. Verdict $1,361 66.
A. M. Biodie vs. Laurens Railroad Companv.
Simonton & Barker. Verdict $3,058 80.
A. M. Brodie vs. Spartonburg and Union Railroad
Company. Simonton k Barker. Verdict $ > 053 17.
William Tredlar vs. Deichen k Boker. Macbeth A
Biist Verdict $750.
Beckhaus k Allgaier vs. Deighen k Baker. Simon
ton k Barker. Verdi, t $2,541 03.
Eno, Bulew k Valentino V6 Agnes Colder, execu?
trix. Simons k Selgling. Verdict $1,951 04.
W. W. Wright vs. Agnes Calder, executrix. Sim?
ons k Selgling. Verdict $1,554 78.
G. W. Gail & Ax vs. Fehrenbach k Schur. Simons
& Slegllng. Verdict $824 64.
Angus N. MeKny vs. W. B. Rice. Pimonton & Bar?
ker. Verdict $1721.
Inquiry Docket -M. A. Hoppock k Co vs. J. P.
Brannon. Macbeth & Bui6t. Verdict $670 13.
Wm. Lomb vs. Wm. J. Saunders, bimonton k
Barker. Verdict S3896 26. s
Bond E. Marquin vs. John E. Robertson. Simon
ton k Barker. Verdict $548 75.
John S. Amo'd vs. Laurens Railroad Company.
Whaley, Mitchell k Clancy. Verdict $1015.
Criminal Dock't.-United States vs. Lewis Carr.
Violation interna' revenue law. D. T. Corbin, J. D.
Pope. Jury No. 1, charged with this case, rendered
a verdict of "not guilty."
In Bankruptcy.- Ex parto D. M. Mobley. R. W
Boney, Rich ara Matchott Petitions for sala of perish
able property. McCantS and Douglass, pro pet Pe?
Lnro W. W. Benbow, ex parte R. C. Richarden.
Petition to ecforce lien. B. ff. Moise, pro pe*. Or?
der of reference, to Registrar Carpenter.
In re Peter J. Worah&m, ex pirro Strauss, Vanees
& Co., Graeser, Lee, Mntth k Co. Petition to estab?
lish lien. Presley, Lord & Inglesby, Moses t Moise,
Hsyneswortb A: Fraser, ITO pe'. Regisrar's report
confirmed and order of sale granted.
Ia re James Browne, ex parte Louis McLaia. Pe?
tition for sale and release from lien. J. Barret Co?
hen. Order of refer nee to Registrar Carpenter.
Ex parte James Browne. Petition for final du?
charle. Duryea sc Cohen, pro pct. Order of reter
enceto Registrar Carpenter, and final hearing on 21st
Ex parte C. R. Thamson. Petition f r Anal dis?
charge. Simonton & Barker,, pro pet. Report o:
Registrar Carpenter confirmed and tudge signed or?
der and certi neate of dlschargo under seal of court.
Ex parte L. L. Clyburn. Petition as above. W. L.
DePass, pro pet. same order as above.
Ex parte R. H. und W. W. Anderson, Samuel
Lord, M. Levy, In ro W. W. Bcnbt>w. Petition to es?
tablish liens. Prossley, Lord At Inglesby, pro pct.
Ordered that Registrar Carpenter's rcoort be con?
firmed, and that thc Mstgeso do sell, Ax.
There being no farther basic ess for consideration,
the court then adjourned till to-morrow, ten o'clock
ATTEMTT TO ASSASSINATE A SODI-H CARO?
LINIAN IN ARKANSAS.-We find in Hie Helena (Ark )
Clarion, of November 8th, thc following particulars
of an unsuccessful attempt recently made to assassi?
nate Joseph W. Keys, son of Mr. J. Crawford Keys,
of A ni ir; oe District :
Last Sunday night an attempt was mide to assassi?
nate Mr. J. W. Keys, manager on General Pillow's
river i'lontstioo, under th? tollowing circumstances:
Feeling a I'ttle unwell, he retired early. A few mo?
ments after goiug to led, ho hrard some
one approach the window near which tho bed
sto.-d, and in a second hi was startled by tho
stum inc roar of a gun almost at his head. Jump?
ing up, ho rusheJ to the door and heard the villain
running off. and would have pursu-d, but turning
he saw that thc discharge of tho gun had sot the
window curtain on lire and endangered thc hojse.
By the time he extinguished it, the villain bsd made
his en-ape. Upon examination he found that his
life was sav:d by tho accidental position rf a table
near the wi.tdow, the edge or corner of which inter?
cepted tie load of shot aimed for him. The affair ls
unaccountable to him. He foun 1 the tracks of two
persons, barefoot, lUDpcsed to be those of negroes.
He has had no troublo with hands on tho place or
elsewhere, and can give no eolation of it other than
it was a wanton attempt to murder.
COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD COUPANT
-STOCKHOLDERS' MEETTSO.- The annual meeting
of the stockholders of this company was held in Co?
lumbia on thursday. Th? stock was largely repre.
sented an'I the proceedings wore harmonious. The
annual reports of the officers were received and
adopted. 'Ihe subject of consolidation with tho
Charlotte and South Carolina Radroad Company was
favorably received, but was deferred for future ac?
tion. Au election ot directors foi the ensuirg year
resulted in tho c'ioice of the following gentlemen:
Colon'1 W. Johnston, of Charlotte; General Wade
Hampton. L. D. Childs, J. G. Gibbes. Edward Hope,
R. W. Johnston, of Columbia ; Paul Quattlebaum, of
Lexington; Edward Thomas, Josiah Sibley, H.P.
Russel (Mtyor), John J. C'oh-n, G. F. Jackson of
Augusta. 3he meeting thea adJouraeJ. At a sub?
sequent nie'tlug ot the directors, Colonel Juhustoa
was re-elected president.
The Fire Alarm.
TO IHE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
lu justice to thc otoeploman ou duty in
charge of the alarm be??. on the occasion of tho fire
referred to by you ia your i-iuoof the 3d., I will
state that the proper ward was rung by him, as was
fully proven at the iavestittadon held byrne on the
morning of thc fire. C. U. SIGWAT.D,
Captain of Police.
Tors, FANCY BOXES, CHINA TEA AND DIN
NEB SETS, Wax and China Dolls, at Kinsman Bros.
KINSMAN BBOS. ate Sellins: off cheap their
toys, work boxes, toilet sets, &c.
BANK BILLS AND CITY STOCK WANTED.
Attention is directed to Mr. Moreland's advertise?
ment in our columns to-day.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINSMAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in oveiy style. Mince pies, IP-sh daily. Hot cof?
fee and choco-ate at all hours. Iee cream every
WHY BE ANNOYED with that cough when you
can be relieved by calling at Dowie & Moise's drug
s ore. They have "Hood's Sovereign Balm," which
wUl relieve you at once. t(3
LADTES !-Fino noto paper at ten cents per
qui' e and at $1, SI SO and SI 25 per ream. Envelopes to
match, ten cents per pack. Eave your Bibles,
Prayer Books and Albums neatly lettered *ith
your names, at COURTENAY'S,
Lecember2 C No. 9 Brobd-street.
Q[ ?E .6 R.G I A
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES S. BOZ Bil AN.Presidont
D. F. WILLCOX.Secretary
PARTICIPATING POLICIES RECEIVE THREE
v ~ QUARTERS OF THE PROFITS.
SCRIP OF 1867 TAKEN UP.
BT ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Policy Holders in this Company aro heroby notified
that the Scrip of 1867 is now receivable in PAYMENT
OF PREMIUMS, and they are invitsd to avail them?
selves of this advantage in renewing their Policios, or
in securing further Insurance.
Apply to HI LSON LEE, Agent,
No. 2 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
November 26 ' tb?tuG
lt A F T S 31 K N
Life Assurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
OiHcc : Park Bank Building, Nos. il l
and 316 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, vice-President.
HENRY BLLDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street.
J. S. BUST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
AST SUB-AGtNTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMFHREYS, General
Agent November 30
|tl!E CAROLINA LIKU INSURANCE
HOME OFFICE, No. 291 MAIN-STREET, MEM?
INCORPORATED MARCH 24, I860.
COMMENCED BUSINESS JULY ll, 1567.
W. J. WICKS, President. W. F. BOYLE, Secretary.
J. H. EDMONSTON, General Agent.
1007 Policies Issacd to September 1,1868.
TOTAL CLAIMS PAID.$12,000 00
Notes taken for one-half on all participating Poli?
cies. As a Southern Company, well established and
capably managed, it offers strong inducements to
those prefernug to invest their funds in Southern
Agents wanted throughout the Slate.
Medical Examiner, Dr. J. S. MITCHELL.
lt. J. MAGILL, Agent,
November 30 No 20 Broad-street, up stairs.
DB. M . E . CARRE R E
na via j returned to tho. city, will resumo the
DU TIES OP HIS PROFESSION.
Residence and Office, No. 37 RADCLIFFE
Consulting Hours at Offiea from i to 9 o'clock
?. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.
Docoraber 1 (us
H . H O t* P O C K.,
COMMISSION" MEROKA N T ,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASXIX. t?raos September 21 |
G- E ?
ILL: ? ?J? CIUSOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
iVTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porte) ol
X>TTON, RICE, LUMBER ANO NAVAL STORES,
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 9. 0.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHLSOLM,
~~ : SILVERWARE !
JUST RECEIVED. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY PIECES OF SILVER, suittble for
Christinas and Uri la! Presents, at
No. 3t 7 KlNG-SI REET.
December 5 sniwlino
ANDREW 31. MORELAND,
B ROTS E li ,
yo. S ?lt?AD-STKEET,
TT* HJ. BUT THE FOLLOWING SECURITIES
VV a: the prices annexed :
Bills Recelvabl* of Siuih Carolina, at.88
Bauk ol the State of South Carolina BillK, at.20
Bank of charleston Bill.", at.3"
Benk ol' South Caro ma, at.ll
Citv of t harleston Stock, a'.SO
State of South Caroliua Bonds (regular), at.C5
Will also buy a:l l inds cf BANK BILLS at highest
BANK BILLS WANTED.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE GIVEN FOR HILLS
OF lilli BANK OF TUE STATE ;old issue).
Z. B. OAKES,
December 3 No. 4 Broad-street.
Pouts, Sljoes, (Etc
J S T ? I B E it i
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT
of GKN'ls' BOO I'S, OAlTtRS and SHOKS of tho
latest styles aud best maLc, cheap for cash, at No.
Boots and Shoos made to order at Hie shortest no?
tice, thstulmo Deosmber 3
/all aub iftintrt (Gtoa&s.
O S I E R Y, GLOVES,
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS. AND SMALL
JOHN s. F-YIKI/V & co.,
N 0 . 3 7 II A Y2?E-STBEET,
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTEN1TON OF THEIR
city and country customer-, and tho trade generally,
to their completo and 'ittractivo assortment ot tho
abDve mentioned Goods.
Our PURCHASING PARTNER is constantly i j the
NEW YORK MARKET, and wo are thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages to our customers in both
Styles and Prices.
We would also invito an examination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
THE OS LT FAULTLESS SKOT MADE,
For which we are SOLE AGENTS in this city.
Scptomber 24 PAC_thsto3mo
THE FINEST STOCK UM THE CITY.
MENKE & MULLER
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT
they have opened at their Now Establishment,
No. 325 KING-STREitT, opposite Society, the finest
Stock Of FALL AND WINTER GOODS for Gentle
men's woar which cm bo found in the city, embrac?
ing tue Choicest BROAD.'LOTUS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTINGS, fcc., whian
will bc made up to crder.
They have also on band a large assortment of
REALY-MADli CLOTHING, of all descriptions,
selected with great caro, and of tte verv latost styles,
consisting ol' Business and Dress Suits, Overcoa's.
tte, and a full stock of Alexandre's Kid, Cashmere
and Buckskin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts and other Fur?
Satisfaction guarauleod ia e\or\- caso, and prices
to suit thc Umes. A. MENKE,
(?orruerly of DOEDAUM & MESKE.)
(Formerly of MULLER BROTHERS.)
October 13 tuths 2moa
AURGE ASSORTMENT, AT
Docember 3 thttulmo KINSMAN BROS.
SHADES! SH IDES !
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE STATE,
at KINSMAN BROS.
December 3 thstulmo
OLD CHAIRS AND SOFAS
Decembers thstulmo KINSMAN BROS.
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING SACHSES.
THE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPERIAL
Cross of the Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon tin representative of tho GROVER k BAKER
SEWING MACHINES ut the Exposition Universelle,
The GROVER it BIKER FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINED aro the ouly Mochines that can both sew
perfectly and tmbroidor perfectly.
They sew with threads direct fiom the spaol, and
re iuire no re-win dina.
Unlike other Machine?, the-c fasten both ends of
the seam by their own operation.
With these Machines, while silk is used upon tho
right or face-sido of tho scam, cotton may be used
upon the other sita Titi J can bc done ou no other
Machine, and is a great saving upon all articles
ttttched or n.adc up with silk
URC VER fc BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES are
sold at New York prices by
No. 270 KIAG-STKEET,
SOLE AGENTS FOR TUE STATE OF SOUTH
Dccembor 3 thstulmo
FRB8 BBADiSfi ROOM,
Xo. 3 BROAD-STREET,
SECOND FLOUR, FRONT HALL.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN CONNECTION Wi TH
th^ir ADVERTISING AGENCY, have established a
FREE READING R00Jf,
Which will bc open to ?he public frena NINE A. M.
to SEVEN P. M. every day. A large number ol'
1 opets front all parU of thc South, aud niauy of thc
leading N. rth^in, E ?stern and Wcsteru o'.ties, will
bo on Hie, and iu a short Unie English and French
rapers will bc received.
WRITING MATI.UIALS, fcc , will beat the disposal
of any persons wishlrg to traita-1 buslacss :n thc
The public are reapcetiuily invited to make use ot
VT ALK El;, EVANS ?S; COGSWBLL.
December 3 9
7 j" ECKERBON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
First-class Hotel.S3 Per Day.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
HAVING ASSUMED THE MANAGEMENT OF
this House, respectfully solicits a share ot public pa?
Free Omnibus to and from the Hotel
November 13 Imo
Sri) to?s, (Etc.
NEXT TH IR TI DAIS,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR SPA?
Xo. 270 King and No. 67 Hasel
11 rE WILL f ELL OCR ENURE STOCK, WHICH
VT ia complete ia every department, aad pur?
chased for cash at the hue
AUCTION'S AND BANKRUPT s ALKS IN
At )e3s than gold cost of manufacture or importa?
Special atrsDtion is called to an invoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will bo sold low tc ;lose consignments.
We respectfully and confidently Invite country
merchants r.nd our country and city fi lends to ex?
amine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. A
largo saving guaranteed.
Mc LOY & RICE,
No. 268 KING-STREET,ONE DOOK HE
November 16 Inn
HARRLV SEAMLESS KID GLOVL3, ALL
sizes, lu Black, White. Light and Drab Colors.
Also, the Long Doublo hutton KID GLOVES, for
ovening wear. Just received per last steamer by
J.R. READ k CO.,
Agents for Harris' Seamless Kid Gloves.
November 19 thstulmo
CnEAP DRESS GOODS.
WE ABE NOW OFFERING ANOTHER LOT OF
desirable styles and colors of singlo width
MIXED POPLINS at 35 cents per yard. Wo also in?
vite attention to oar selections ot Cboice Finer Dress
Goods in IRISH POPLINS. FRENCH MERINOS,
EMPRESS CLOTHS, BLACK AND COLORED
SILKS, kc, ko. J. It READ & CO.
November 13 thstulmo
NEW YORK MILL:t. WAMS GTT A, MASON?
VALE, ANDROSCOGGIN, BARTLETT, and
other fine brands of LONGCLOTH jost opened, and
offering at the lowest mot tot cash pr?es.
Wo invite speciil attention to our LONGCLOTH?,
and will guarantee the pres of tho same to be os
low as at any other establishment in tb o oily.
J. R. READ * CO.
November 19 thstulmo
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH CLOAKS IN
EVERY VARIE IV
LONG 4ND SQUARE BROCHE SHAWLS
PRINTED CASHMERE SHAWLS
SINGLE AND DOUBLE WOOLLEN SHAWLS
BLACK MERINO ANDIHIBET SHAWLS.
CHINCHILLA CLOTHS, WHITE AND COLORS,
FOR LADIES' CLOAKS.
For sale cheap. J. lc R K A D & CO.
November 19 thstulmo
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
LADIES' FANCY SOARFS
Together with many new and choice novelties In our
Fancy Goods Department.
J. R. READ k CO.
November 19 thstulmo
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
JL per Steamship Champion, a full line of
FRENCH I?l KU IN OES.
ENGLISH CLOTHS, and
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
WhVh they Intend opening at astonishingly low
prices. An carly call is solicited. Wc feel confident
that every customer will leave the store fully satis?
fied tbat we have only stated tacts.
CARTMILL, HARBKSON Si CO.,
No. 254 KING-STREET.
November 19 thain
4 3 7 1
HEAP DRY" GOODS: CHEAP DRY'
CORXER UF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WI?, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by cverv steamer, large invoices of
tho CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
odored In this market City cs well as country buy?
ers ca:i save norn til teen to twenty-five por cont, by
buying their Goods from the abj70? Brm.
A lol ol'Dress Goods, from 2? to 25 cents ror yard
Best Iii?h Tophus from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, ai lo, 12li <ind 15 ceuts per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 23 up
S-l White. Table Damask, only SI per yard
lirown Linen Duiuask, ouly 6'J cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 23 up
A laryc assortment of White and colored Flauuels at
very low prices
SOO rair of BlanKcts. bought tweuty-Gve per cent, be?
low i list, ?ill be fold from s>? np
Colored Quilts, from SI 73 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1,11-4, I'M, from si 50
Ladies'English How, without scam?, ?rom 37 to 50
Satiucts, from 50 to 73 cents
A larg.- qantt'y ol ihe la est style of Cassiincree, from
SI to $150
Ladies' B ack Broadcloth, from 52 to S3 50
A variety ot Shaw.s, ut S2. 52 50, S3, $3 50. S4. and S5
Brown and White shirting, at 10. Viii and 15 cents
Als.', flue brauche^ of While shining at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear at different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
The ucst French Oorvcts, f:om 73 ecnt:i to 31
'J bc latest i'vlc of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttous, Ribbons, kc, ai the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress cloth, only Sic
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 23c
Merinos from 50c up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from $3.00 u:?
Ladies and Mini's Kid Glove? ojly $:.iu
?ST.craember thc CHEAP STORK, at tho
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KLSG S1REFTS.
WK AL*0 NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public In general th.it wo have built au addition to
our More, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES, HA rs,
1 RUNES, fcc, which wi,! bo sold a: the lowest cash
Call and examine our Slock.
JJZT ENTRANCE IN CALL'OU ^-STREET.
FURCH GOTT ?i U?tO.,
No. 437 KING-?THEET.
September 21 3mo
JUST OPENED AT
STOLI., WEBB dc CO.,
Nee. 2S7 AND 230 KING-STREET.
Furniture of Dwelling Xo. 19 Ann-ttreet,
opposite Aiken's Row.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO..
Will soil at above residence, THIS DAY, U 10
MAHOGANY SOFAS. Mahogany Hair-sent Chair?,
Beckers, Pictures, Vases, Window Shades, Matting,
Table, Washstands, Crockery, Cooking Utensils,
Bedsteads, Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets, Pillows, &c.
Conaiti >ns cash. Deco ? ber 5
Peremptory Sule of the entire Household Fur?
niture of a respectable Family declining
Will sell THI3 DAY (raturday), 5th instant, at 10
o'clock, at his siore, No. 13 ; Meeting-street,
BEOS rii^D-;. Redding. Bureaus, Mittreasee, Car?
rots, Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Sets, Cooking
Stoves, kc, without reserve.
Terms cash. Dsi'eniijer 5
[SALE TOS I TONED ON ACCOCNT OF STOBSI.]
Kills House Furniture Sale-In Bankruptcy,
and Sold by order of Court.
BY JOHN G. MILNOE&CO.
On MONDAY, 7th inst, commencing at quarter-past
Will bo continued tho sale of the abovo FURNI?
TURE, commencing on third story, front, compris?
ing the finest and best furnished chambers in thc
house. Ladies' parlor and chambers on the second
story may be reached that day.
Conditions cash on delivery.
Ibero will bo no sale cn Tuesday ; that day will be
devoted to delivery of goods sold Monday.
Persons who hive bought at sales this week arc
requested to call this day (Saturdnv), at thc store of
J. G. M. & Co., and settle their bills and take away
their purchases. E. W. MARSHALL,
Assignee Estate of Joseph Purcell.
Valuable Lot of Land, Corner of Hasel and
Concord streets, al Auction.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
By virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by the
Hon. George s. Bryan, Judge of the United states
District Court for the District of South Carolina. I
will offer for sale, at public auction, at the Old
PostofB :e, foot of Broad-street, on FRIDAY, De?
cember ll, IBM. at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT UF LAND, situated on the corner of
Basel and Concor 1 strocts, in the city of Charleston,
measuring in fronton Hasel street one hundred and
fifty (ICO) feet, and on Concord-street ooo hundred
and forty (HO) feet, butting and founding south on
Basel-street, easton Concord-street, north on the
canal reserved for this lot, and west on lands late of |
W.P.Russell, together with the privilege of using
the said canal attendant on this lot of land.
Terms-One-third cash; balance ia two equal an?
nual instalments, to be secured by bond of purchas?
er, bearing interest from day of sale, and a mortgage
upon the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers and
Assignee of W. P. Russell and whtrton A Pe'scb.
November 28 sthtuGtl
il?i?incri) ?nobs, &r.
RS . BI. J. ZERNOW,
Ho. 304 KINO-STREET,
HAS ALWAYS ON
hand a full Stock of
the LATEST STYLES?
DRESS TRIMMINGS, Madame DEMOBEST'S PA?
PER PATTERNS, 4c.
DRESS MAKING attended to as usual.
The attention of the ladies is respectfully invited.
November 28 stuthlmo
Clothing ano /arn.8i)iRg ?0000.
ESTABLISHED IN 1843.
O. E. Ss A, S. JOHNSON,
Gent's Youths' and F.eea^en's
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 315 Kintt-jt., Opposite Sotlety-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM THIS DATE TO
offer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own selcctio!', and manufactured by our?
selves in Charleston.
As regards quality end style, weare confident our
Goods ?ill compare favorably in overy respect with
any House ha the Southern Country, both for cheap?
ness and durability. Wo have also a largo stock of '
Meii's Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends and foruer patrons, and to the
Trade in general, we extend a cordial invitaUon to
examine our Stock, and solicit their orders.
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 to S 4 00
COLORED CASSIMERE PANTS.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANTt?.3 00 to 4 50
BLACK CASSIMERE PANTS... .5 00 to 10 00
BOY'S PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
BOY'S SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
COLORED SATINET SACKS... .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS.8 00 to 16 00
BLACK CLOIH FROCK COATS.7 00 to 28 00
COLORED CASSIM"ERE VESTS.2 00 to C 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS.8 00 to 20 00
Tho Genuino Si AR BRAND SHIRT always on
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, il 50 to $3.
MERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to $2 00.
Our terms aro CASH, or city acceptance.
November 28 Imo
SPECIAL OKI) KU. -MAYOR'S OFFICE,
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEM?
BER i, 1868.-Fro j] and after the above date, all
purchases made for f e City, except for such insti?
tut'ons as arc under the management of a Board ot
CommisJoucrs, mast I c through au order properly
signed by the party or parties so purchasing, anil
countersigned by tho MAYOR. The bill?, when pre?
sented for pavnicut, must be occomoanieJ by thc
order above mentioned, otherwise they will not be
considered. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By order of thc Mayor. W. U. .-.MU'H,
December i Clerk of Council.
NOTICE.-MAIN OU ARO HOUSE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.. DECEMBER 3, 1868.
A list of misccllaucjus ARTICLES recovered by the
Detective force aud not claimed, are in posse ?ion of
th . Chief of Detectives Said articles wiU bc sold at
public otictioa on WEDNESDAY next. 3th instant, :f
uotcUvmcd by that time. C. B. SIGWALD.
December 3 C Captain of Police.
QITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURN!?'.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. )
Ci Ti HALL, December 1, 18CS. |
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that the
monthly Rtturn3 tor the m nth of November past, in
compliance with tho Tax Ordiuanc, ralilied on the
?mb il January. 1858, and amended ou ino 39thOf
September, 180-3, must be made ou or before the
l.i h instant.
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWTNO AUE PAYADLE MONTHLY.
Oil all solos of Goods, Wares and Merchandise, In?
cluding Rice, Lumber, flay, Grain and Naval Stores.
Ou ail sales of Cotton.
On all b reight and Passenger Lists ol all steamers
and smiling vessels paid or payable iu this city.
Un all sales hy Bakers, Butcher* and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts ol'all Street Railroads.
Ona 1 gross receipts of all Express Gouipauies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Buggies.
Ou all lucomo derived lrom Coe pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
On the gross receipts of alt Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, Hankers, Broiters, and others.
Ou all premium* received tor or by any Insurance
Com; any, or by agencies for Individuals or compa?
Ou all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On ever}- Horse Rmi Mulo u-<ed or k^pt within the
etty, excepting horses ur mules u.-ed in any public
licensed carriage, can, dray, or other vehicle.
Oi< all Retail Dealers in all articles whatsoever.
On a 1 Barber Shops. <
On all cross r- ceipU of Hotels and Public Eating
and Boarding Uonses.
Uu all receipts of Livery Stable Keepers.
On the gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On thc gross receipts of all Printing Offices, News
pap rs a od Publishing Houses.
Ou nil Ooods sold iu the city by persons not resi?
dent, bv san plc or othcrwUc.
Ou all soles of Horses and Mules brought to the
On sales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
Ou tho gross ?eceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of aR Tavern Keepers and
All defaulters will bc dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HUGHES,
December 1 li City Assessor.
Large Market Farm, forly-?x acret, on Dor
cfttster Rond, thru -iud a half mila above
W. Y. LEITCH & i?. S. BRUNS.
?vuibc sold at auction, on IUSSDAY 8th incant at
tne Old fostolBce, at ll o'clock
J??S? E?,BM.on Dorchester Road, known ss
ri, lits- FARM,adjoining lauds ot i/berrel, Pur?
cell and Stoney, said tann contains some twenty
acres cleared land, and bat a s'.iort distance from
Accibee Pu' bc Landing, Ashley Uiver.
Terms-Half mu; b-ilauco iii one and two years
with inte est. Purchaser to pay us for paper-? oud
Brick Store and Dwelling in Market-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. & BUHNS;
Will be sold at Auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll
O'clock, on TUK-DAY, 8th Instant.
lhat 7HR-E .vTORY BRICE BUILDING, on the
north iida of Market-street, kn:iwn as No. 48, used
aud occupied asa More and DwelliDg.
Lot measures twenty tect front on Market-str'ot,
by 55 feet deep, more cr les?.
Terms-One-third cash ; balance payable in one and
two years, with interest, secured by bond and mort?
gage, with policy or insuranc - assigned. Purchaser
to pay us for papers and stamps.
Desirable Investment at the Corner of Eliza?
beth and Mary streets.
\Y. Y. LEITCH Sc H. S. BRUNS,
Wiilbc sold at Auction, oa TUESDAY, 8.U instant,
at ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
That desirable TWO STORK WOODEN HOUSE
and extensive outouildings, suitable lor a Grocery
Store, situated at the corner of Elizibeth and Mary
streets, measuring in front 33 feet by luO in depth,
more or les?.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve months,
with interest, secured by bond and mortgage; prop?
erty to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay tor papers and stamps. December 5
Market Garden Farm at Auition.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold at auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll
o'clock, on TUESDAY, 8th inst,
That desirable and highly cultivated MARKET
FARM, within one mile of the city limits, and situ?
ated on tho Ashley River, known as stevens' Farm,
containing 33>? acres, of which 10}i acres is high,
land and 17 ot marsh.
A plat of this property can be seen at our Office,
No. 35 Broad-street
Terms-One-th'rd cash ; balance ba one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mort Tage
of the property. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps._3 December 5
Two Small Duellings in Upper Ward?.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
WUT be sold at auction, at the Old Postofflce, at ll
o'clock, on TUESDAY, 8th instant,
That small and desirable DWELLING HOUSE,
situated at the corner of America md Blake-s tresta,
containing four rooms and outbuildings. Lot mea
euros 30 by 15 feet, more or less.
Tho TWO-STORY WOODEN BESIDENO 3 adjoin?
ing, and known os No. 12 Blske street. House con?
tains four rooms, and necessary om buildings on the
premises. Lot measures 30 bv 45 feet, more or less.
.terms-One-half casa; balance payable in twelve
months, with Interest secured by hon ; and mort
g4g', with policy of insurance assigned. Purchasers
to pay us for napers -and stamps.
Desirable Small Dwellings at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & ICS. BRUNS,
Will be sold at the Old Postofflce, at auction, on
TUESDAY, 8th instant, at ll o'clock.
That small and desirable STORE and DWELLING
situated lu Line-street, Nc. 28. four doors west of
King-street House contains four rooms, and ou
the premises are a good kitchen and well of water.
Lot measures 30 by 145 feet, more or less.
That new wooden DWELLING situ ?ted at No. 2
Aiken-stre? t, Ward No. 7. House contains four
squato and two attic rooms and pantry. On the
premises are small kitchen and well of water, The
situation of both of these heuies to the workshops of
the South Carolina Railroad, randers .them desirable,
fer ?TTCL.'uga or tor investments.
Terms-One-half cash ; balanoe in twelve months
with interest secured by bond and mortgage of the
property with policies of insurance assigned, Pur?
chasers to pay us for papers and stamps.
Residences iVo. 4 1 tsp-X'Jon-street and No. ?
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will bo 9old at Auction, at the Old Postofflce, on
TUESDAY, 8th Dtcomber, at ll o'clock.
That desirable two and a bair stoiy WOODEN
RESIDENCE, with slate roof, kno'vn as No. 4 In?
spection-street, north side, ono do.ir west of Con?
cord-street Sbntainlng six square and two attic
rooms, cistern, gas, and also a gucd kitchen.
Lot maasures 40 by 76 feet, n ore or less.
That finely located WOODEN RESIDENCE?
known as No. 5 Laurens-strect, south side, opposite
Middle-street, with tin rooland brick kitchen; house
contains ten room i with gas. On the premises are
a cistern and well of good water.
Lot measures 43 feet 6 inches front, by 47 T et i
inches in depth, more or less.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in twelve months',
with interest, secured b . bond and mortgage of the
property; property to be injured and polloy assign?
ed. Purchasers to pa? u- for rapers and stamps.
?vurtioncers1 prinate Sales.
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, on
deep water navigation ana healthy locations all the
RICE and COTION PLANTATIONS and FARMS in
all parts of the State.
CITY PROPERTY ot every description.
November 2 3mos.
grogs, (g?mirais, (Etr.
FOE THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE!
j?jy-NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEH.^r
TUE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS*
Made of PORE LIQUOR, HERBS AND BOOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CH*" RY BARK,
And such other HERBS . .H ROOTS as wiB in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system uu the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNO AND OLD. MALE AND FEMALE!
AU Usc It With Wonderful Succ?s
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURE3 FEVER AND CRF>
TRY THEM. CSE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BIITERS. Sold by Druggists
jogy-See that our signature is over the cork of each,
bottle. DOWIB ? MOISE.
POPBIETOBS AND WEOIiSALE DRUGGISTS,.
August 5 Gmo* ca*rleetan,S.a.