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THE DAILY NEWS.
?5-L?rtr?CST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
SEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST CF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOEiTCE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDINO IO THE PROVIS?
IONS OP TUE NEW POiTOFFICE LAWT
A UCTION SALES TUTS HA Y.
JOHN- G. MXLXOR & Co. will sell, at 10 o'clock,
at the Mills House, ba'auce of furniture..
N. HUM & Sos will sell, at 10 o'clock, at their
salesroom. Meeting-street, boots, shoes, Ac.
R. M. MARSHALL & BnoTHxn will sell, at half-past
10 o'clock, at their office, Broad-street, horses, mules,
THE MILLS HODSE SALE.-The sale will go ou
to-day at tho usual hour.
THE ASSSSSED VALUE of furniture in the
Mills House was $24,000.
PERSONAL.-Colonel E. H. Ludwig, of Gene?
ral Meade's staff, ia stopping at the Charleston Hotel.
Probably here to inspect the troops in the vicinity.
ADVANCE IN THE FEIGE OF FUEL.-Tho Cold
weather has already had i's effect on tite pt ices of
-wood and coal, which have somewhat risen.
NEW COMMANDANT AT COLUMBIA-Colonel
Milton CogsweU, late acting Mayor in this city, has
been assigned to the command of Columbia, 8, C.
GETTING .MonAL. -There were only two caaes
.on the dockst at the Goarhonse last night, ef minor
importar ce; none at the upper wards station, aad
none at the detective office.
TIPSY IN KTSO-STUEET.-A tipsy character
scared a number of ladies in King-street, yesterday,
. and indulged in a degree of hilarity altogether im?
proper on the public streets.
SION CABBXED AWAY.-Callahan's sign, corner
. of Meeting and Cbahners-streats, was carried away
yesterday by an accident, and frightened pedestrian I
by its fall.
THE SISTERS OF MERCY in ch arge of the
Catholic Male Orphan Asylum gratefully acknow?
ledge the donation of ten dellars from Mr. James
Cosgrove, through Rev. Father Crochan.
THE TBOUBLE IN MARION.-The refractory
prisoners in the jaU have capitulated atlast, bntaa
the building is damaged it is still guarded by a force
COLD SNAP.-Tho cold snap of yesterday
brought out great coats on the gentlemen and furs
on the ladles, whose roseate faces on King-street
were aa charming as the invigorating air could make
BE W AB NED TS TIME.-Lock your doors
securely at night, after a cartful examination of your
premises. There are a Humber of "old offenders"
of the light fingered persuasion loose in the com*
SALE OP RECOVERED PBOFEBTY.-TO- day all
the articles at the detective office that have not been
identified and carried away wUl be disposed of at
aucdon. The Chief of Police will exhir." the list
to sufferers by thieves.
THE COMMA MD AT ATLANTA.-General Meade
commanding u Southern department, with his
headquarters at Atlanta, will be absent from that
place after the 10th instant He goes North to re?
THE ATTENTION of shippers is called to the
advertisement, in another col urna, of the steamship
Key West, Rudolf commander. She bas a large part
.-of her cargo engaged, and will tail for New York
BANK OF THE STATE BILLS.-The State Treas?
urer gives notice that biUs of the Bank of the State
lodged at his office to be fonded, ander the act to
"Close the operations of the Bank of the State, will be
funded in sums of $500 and $1000, bonds being pre?
pared for such amounts only.
TRADING- WITHOUT LICENSE.-Quite a number
-of persons have been detected lately, trading without
a license, thus depriving the city treasury of its le?
gitimate income. The law in the matt ar ia so clear
. that "ho who runa may read." Summary punish?
ment of the offender? would check the evil practice.
FINE NEW LEDOEBS FOB THE NATIONAL
BASK.-Mesara. Walker, Evans & CogsweU tamed
-over to the First National Bank, yesterday, two fine
-new ledgers, bound in Russia leather, aad printed
and ruled is the bast manner. They ?ontun ona
thousand pagea, and cost less than they would have
cost North. Bo much for home enterprise.
THE OEATABIO AT St. Paul's, to-night, offers a
rare treat to those who love a kigh order of musical
.entertainment. The programme kaa been made np af
- .fha oheicest morceaux, from tie works of the great
"masters cf melody; and from what we knew of tkose
who have the matter in band, we can safely say tJaat
the execution will not nnaseeem the great composi?
tions to be presented.
PALMETTO WHASF.-The attention of parties
.who may be interested in wharf accommodation ia
requested to the advertisement in this paper notic?
ing the facilities now offered at Palmetto Wharf for
the dispatch of business. Tho central portion of
the property and the detetmlntion of the proprietors
U* accommodate trade on the bast and mott favor?
able terms, should, insure to them a good share of
ACABD.-The-Boardo? Control for "Widow's
Home," having recently learned that persons un?
known to them have beer soliciting and receiving
donations from various parsons, they beg leavo
again to inform the pa bile that only once a year will
aid be solicited for the Home, and Caen only by a
member of tho board, or persona authorized by
them, and Inown bj the merchants as responsible
THE FOLLOWING DONATIONS to the Widow's
Home have boes> received : Peas and potatoes from a
gentleman at Adam's Run. Two bags potatoes from
-Cberaw,through Miss McIntosh. Bet f from a frequent
lady contributor. Turnips aad potatoes frem a plan?
ter in St Stephen's. Beef from a gentleman in this
-city. Half tierce rica from Ch i-ol ai Brothers. Two
bags potatoes from a planter on Ediato. Coal from
Seignious and Horlbeck. One cord oak wooa iron J.
C. MsJlonee. Also to Dr. Solomons for"bis kind offer
83 dentist to tba yoong huies of the "Home."
THE SHOW FOB IHE HOLIDAYS.-"Stone &
Murray's Great Circus" will exhibit in Charleston,
commencing on Christmas day. The Montgomery
Advertiser says: "The biggest erowd that ever at?
tended a circus in this city was the ono at Stone A
Murray's last night The immense pavilion was
crowded to ita utmost capacity, and it was difficult
for many to find seats. 1 hose who were present
speak in the highest terms of praise of the perform
ance. The gymnastic performers are truly wonder?
ful; the riding is excellent, and the whole affair is
conducted with thc strictest propriety and decency."
HOTEL ABKIVALS.-Charleston Hotel - De?
cember 8^-RT Grist, S C; D Gardner, J W Dantzler.
Orangeburg; E H Ladinglon, Ga; S M Weo'y,
Phlla; JD Burnside, Belfast Ireland; Thoa H Wtl
lington, Albany. N Y; M Stern, G L Ely, N Y; Mfrs
E Loom's, Mrs Major Qorkisheimer, Columbia; Ooo
BTybring, N Y; W Carlisle, Union; J B Russell,
Newark, N J; C C Ceo, Boston; F Bill, G Bill, N Y;
J B Carpenter, Chicago; A J Rowe and latly, Ben
nettsviUe; W H Brown, James AUjn, Florence.
Pavilion Hotel.-H E Willis, Salisbury, N C; G H
Kirkland, Allendale, S C; T Flaming. Maxey's, C-\;
WP Briscoe, Phdomath, Ga; A Loryea, Branchviue:
J T Shoemaker, Midway; J F Darby, W?Uiam?bure;
H SampeoD, Gaorcetown; W L J Re d. Chetaw; A G
Guerard, Savannah; C H Cohrs, city; L W Johnson,
J S Shack. M A Maye, Bar a well; J H Hciosc. Walton.
Ga;WSUfeey, George's -Station; M Jacobs, Man?
ning; C H Pettlngill and lady, Klngstree; RD Bol?
KOBBKIIV AT THE STOBE OF JOHN A. COOK Cv
Co., EJSG-STREET.-A negro boy entered the gro
eery establishment of John A. Cook J: Co.,King
slrect, yesterday, avd whilo he imagined the pro?
prietor's attention was called away, he appropriated
sundry articles and tried to make off. He was pur?
sued by a policeman, and the cha-e ? as kept up
uutil the negro reached Warren-street, and tried to
Lide himself undor a house, where he was taken.
Tho plunder was recovered.
A NEW HIJO.-The Northern shipyards are
apparently inproving somewhat in activity, and
throwing oft* the prostration which has prevailed
there for some time. Many of their late structures
ore elecant specimens of workmanship aud model,
and show that the American mechanic only desires a
reheffrom the heavy cost of much of the material
employed in his art to rc mme his former position as
a builder of the neatest and finest water croit in tho
A fine specimen of the present state of the ship?
wright's skill arrived here a few days ?-ince in the
new brig Kobert L ilion.?She was constructed noar
New York, and her liner and general finish aro neat
and substantial, and in all her arrangements comfort
and strength soem to bc secured, .-he is, we learn,
named in compliment to Mr. Robert Dillon, who ls
well known for. his secure cotton tie, and who has
placad some of his surplus means in this enterprise.
She has been placed in charge of a most efficient and
long-tried officer, Captain Blatchford, whoso reputa?
tion is a guarantee of good management. Ber agent
is William Roach, Esq.. whose experience and skill
will secure her a good and quick freight. The Dillon
has a capacity of about six hundred thousand pounds
THEATRE.-? flatter-ins house greeted the
first representation of Mr. E. B. Seabrook's ratirical
comedietta, "Medicine," by the Templeton troupe,
last evelin;. The Charleston public is not usually
very appreciative of native talent, and honer their
prophets for the most part in the inverse ratio sug?
gested by tke truest of proverbs; but en IhiB occa?
sion, at leas1, they did not show themselves chary of
their commendation. It was a disappointment to
many that Alice Vane did nat appear in tho piece,
though the acting of Miss Fo; ter and Miss Kate
Raymond left nothing to bo desired. The latter as
Fanny, the pert and vivacious soubrette, and thc
real heroine of the play, was thoroughly -uccessful.
Major Bangs and his two rollicking nephews were
also well presented, and full justice was done to the
effective points of what is really a very clever and
sprightly comedietta. The verdict which on impar?
tial criticism would pronounce upon the stage-mer?
its of the play, would undoubtedly bo that thero is
in the first half of lt, at least, to? much talk and too
Uttle "situatien;" but it is also only justice te say
that the talk is good enough, and the action suffi?
ciently effective, very nearly to excuse what was t
most natural defect in an amateur effort. We hope
the play will be again presented on the return of tho
troupe to the city.
The closing extravaganza of Pocahontas was an
agreeable roundirgoff of the evening's entertain?
ment. Here, ss in all her impersonations, Alice
Vane was inimitable, and to say that she was through?
out/aci?eprtneep?, is to do scant justlee to her singu?
lar vivacity ana sxpreisien. Tho play-goers of
Charleston ?Id welcome her bock witli unfeigned
BILL OF MoBTAiiTrr.-Return of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending De?
CAUSES OF DEATH.
jg jg ih lis [ti, ia is.
Bowels, Constipation of,
Convulf iocs, Puerperal.
Croup, Membrane us. ..
Debility, General, from Ab?
liver, Disease o?.
. I 1
CAUSES OF DEATH.
.Si : ?
1 I m fl
Total for the weak ending
Certificate for the following
sinee received :
1] 1| 2| lj
t| 5| SJ
Whites, 9; Blacks and Colored, 13-ToUl, 22.
Under 1 year of age... 4
Between land5yrs... 3
Between Sand 10yrs.. 2
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 3
Between 30 and 10 yrs., 4
Between ?0 and 50 yrs.. 1
Between 50 and CO yrs. 2
Between Wand 70 yrs. 0
Between 79 and 80 yrs. 1
Between SO and 90 yrs. 1
Between 90 and 100 yrs. 0
Over 100 years of ?ge... 0
Office of City Registrar. December 8, 1868.
GEORGE 8. PoL?EK. M. D., City Registrar.
THE CracuiT COUBT OF THS UNITED STATES
for South Carolina, sitting at Columbia, December 5,
1808, Hon. George S. Bryan, presiding.
United States vs. William Mc3uinnis. For viola?
tion of the internal revenue laws of the United States
in selling a box of sardines withe ut a stamp. D. T.
Corbin, attorney for United Statos. Samuel W. Mel?
ton defendant. The jury found a verdict for defend?
ant Before the trial was entered into, there were
two petitions for final discharge under thc Bankrupt
act, the final hearing of which were reterrcd to W. J.
dawson, Registrar of the Fourth Congressional Dis
Iriot. These were tho petitions ot J. Ed. Jeffries and
John May, both of York.
lu re Levin, David ii Co. Petition for on assign?
ment of property. On motion of W. S. Monteith,
attorney for creditors, the jud je signed thc deed cf
assignment of the individual and copartnership pro?
perty of the bankrupts to T. J. Lemotte, assignee
for benent of creditors. ?
MONDAY, PICXMBBB 7.-The court opened at 10
o'clock, A. M. The jurors answered to their names
os on previous day? Forty tales jurors were ordcr
od to bo drawn, Ac.
Ex parte Alexander C. Haskell. Petition fo prac?
tice in th? United otates Circuit and District Courts
for South Carolina. Chartes H. Simonton, pro pet.
On bearing petition, aud on raotior of solicitors
pro pet, the jud^o granted petition, and petitioner
was duly commissioned, Ac.
In Equi:v.-Van Boron ot al vs. J. P. Brown. Pe?
tition to amend bill. On motion of W. G. DcSaus
bure, complainants' solicitor, petition was granted.
Jacob Barrett vs. B. F. Moise et al. On bankrupt
tide of tho court. Bill for foi eclosuro of mortgage,
simons ii Siegling, solicitors pro complainants." R.
B. Carpenter, Registrar, to whom reference was
mado in this case, as to the p litton and answers,
having made his report, it was d.erced that said re?
port ne confirmod. and that E. W. Marshall an J W.
E. MiKfll do proceed to sell the rr ortgaged premises
described in tho pleadings, Ae , and from thc pro?
ceeds of the sa d salo he do first pav tho costs of |
three proceed ngs, and then the debts due the com?
plainants, Ac. And it is las. ly ord red, tiiat thc
parties to these proceedings do have leavo to apply
tor further orders in this canso, which may be
nee ssary. *
In Bankruptcy.-Ms. part? Bella Sizer. Petition for
final discharge R. E. AII??OB, pro pet. Petitiou
ref ried to Resist: ar Ckwson, and final hearing ex?
Ex pnrto Henry H. Miles. Petition as above.
James F. Hart, pro pct. fame order as eoove.
Ex parto Gabriel Davis, HUIF.U Lee, James D.
Mitclie'.l. Petitions for final discharge. Biown ii
Mik eil, pro p?t. Order of reference ty liegistrar car
pcntc!-, and tiual hearing befjro ibis court on 1th
In re"R. Vf. Boney, hiehard Matchctt, ThotnaB
P ? a-on. Judge approved of the appointment of
Samuel B. Clowuoy ussigutc of each of the above
l x parte J. Bennett, in re Thomas M. Graham.
Petition to esta ish iieoi. Melton A .McLure, pro pet
On motion of solicitors oro pet, petition was referred
to dawson, Registrar, Ac.
In re Thomas If. Cou. ox parte Samuel E. Clow
n>y, asiignee. Petitiou for ?al? of realty. McCaute
A Doujla". pro pet. Order vf sale cranted.
In re Josiah J. Brabham. Petition as above.
Brc wuter lt Uprate, pro pol. Orjlcr of rofrrence to JR.
B. Carpenter, Registrar.
Ex parte James A. Burna. Petition for final dis?
charge. Presley, Lord A Inglesby, pro pet. Final
hearing extended till 14th Dcccmbor, 18?8.
PLANS ROAD THIEVES.-The cold weather, no
doubt, supcradded to a natural inclination to steal,
is cau?nc repeated daprcdations on the plank road
in parts of thc city where it is hid, and especially in
ihe upper ward?.
. THE COLORED FERE COUPABXBC- Thc parade
of the four colored Ure companies will take place on
Tuesday nest, on which occasion a silver cup will be
presented io thc conpany which throws a stream the
greatest distance. Mr. Nathan, the Chief ol the De?
partment, the Assistant Chiefs, cn i Mr. Strobel, are
understood to have been invited to be present in uni?
form, and it is hoped that their enpat;cmruts will not
prevent their attendance. It i* presumed that Chief
Nathan will be asked tc act as umpire, and wc are
satisfied that any citizen who might be selected w.uld
be pleased to show ia that maimer his appreciation
of thc good conduct and line beba ior of thc colored
fire department. Tho prize cup may be st cu at C.ir
rington's, in King-street
THEPLUITED WAH CAMELS of thc great show
will enliven our streets this morning. All who
have heard or read of Dan Castello, know that ho is
a prince among shewmer?, and spares neither
money Dor talent in ministerin.T io the amusement"
loving multitude. In hts present star troupe of
performers may be recognized masters in their
several specialties of oc,ucstritnism, leaping, vault?
ing and the various exercises of thc avena. His stud
ol horses abd ponies is extensive, ani thc various
novol features which he has added to his show
make it the most brilliant and effective on the con?
tinent Tho "Herd of Abyssinian War Camels"
which ho has imported, atan expenso of over $40,000,
and which are attached t) tho splendid Chariot of
Gold, forms a peculiar featuro in tho grand proces?
sional entree into thc cities whore ho exhibits. The
people, therefore, will look forward anxiously for the
expected coming of Dan, and greet him with an out?
pouring that will make his large heart feel glad.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Messrs. Leitch &
Bruns sold at tho old PostcfHco, yesterday, the fol?
lowing real estate:
Three story brick store and dwelling, north side of
Market-street No. 48; lot tweniy feat deep-for $1975.
Two story wooden dwelling, No. 12 Blako-strcct;
lot thirty feet iront by forty-five deep-$1800.
Small dwelling, corner of America and Blake
streets, lot tlirty by forty-five-S1C00.
Small store and dwelling, No. 26 Line-street; lot
thirty by one hundred and forty-five-$1250.
They also disposed of the following pieces of pro?
perty under tho direction of the Master in Equity,
.J. W. Gray, Esq. :
Plantation en Ashley River, St George's Parish,
bouaded by lauds of Perry McKewn, Markley and
Dwight, nino nundred acro3-SHOO; half cash,
balance iu ono year.
Lots of land In St Philip-street, described by thc
Master, in case of Sires vs. Lockwood-$1100; one
third c.-.sh, balnnce in ono and two years.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Tho Charleston Advocate takes me to task
because I pul a card in your paper to say that I
thanked my white friends for their kind considera?
tion, and that I would always be one of the foremost
in striving to restore thia city lo prosperity and res?
cue it from foreign misrule. I am not afraid that
tb? people who know me, and it is hoped do not
know, thc Advocate, will think that I wanted to be
advertised. I n anted to thank them, and I did it.
We colored people do appreciate respectable ind
honest mea, and perhaps that ls the reasoa why the
Advocate newspaper is now ia a dying condition.
WARREN A. SNEAD.
CHOICE GBEEN AK? BLACK TEAS, $1 per
pound, at Wilson's Grocery, southeast corner Society
and Anson streets. Geoda debvered free.
Wmr BE ANNOYED with that cough when you
can be relieved by calling at Dowic A Moise's drug
s^ore. They have "Hood's Sovereign Balm," which
will rtbeve you at once. t6
LADIES' LUNCH AT KINBIIAN'S SALOON.-Oys?
ters in eveiy style. Mince pies, frtsh daily. Hot cof
feo and chocolate at all hours. Ice cream every
STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE, )
COLUMBIA, a. C., Dooembor 7,18C8. )
BILLS OF THE BANK OF THE MATE OF
SOU IH CAROLINA, lodged at thia office to be
funded under an Act of the General Assembly, en?
titled an Act to C'O?e the operations of the Bank of
tho SLtte of South Carolina, wiU be fonded tn suma
of $500 and $1000-Bonds being prepared only for
each ameunts. NILES G. PARKER.
Treasurer State of Sooth Carob na.
December 9 C
RULED LETTTER PAPER... .$150 por ream.
BULED NOTE PAPER.$1 00 per ream.
RULED FOOLSCAP.$2 50 per roam.
FIFTY SHEETS AND FIFTY ENVEL?
200 GROSS STEEL PENS...per gross..50 cents
The R. E. LEE AND PALMETTO PENCILS man?
ufactured expressly for thc subscribers.
WALKER, EVANS ?fe COGSWELL.
December 9 I No. 3 BROAD-STREET.
PRE? nmm ROOM,
No. 3 BROAD-STIIEET,
SECOND FLOOR, FRONT LIA LL.
THE UNDERSIGNED, LN CONN COTTON WITH
their ADVERTISING AGEN CT, havo cetabli.-lnd a
FREE ?IE.4?IM R00.il,
Which will be r>pen t--?'??o public t"r^m NINE A. M.
to SEVEN P. M. every day. A large uumbcr of
papcts from all paris of tho .South, aud many ot the
leading N.rtli ta. il.steiu ar.d Weucra cities, will
be on file, and in a ihart lim j English and Fronch
papers will bo recelveJ.
WRITING MATERIAL^, i.e., will beat the di?poial
of any persons wiahirr; to transact business in tho
Tho public are respectfully invited to make use of
WALKE lt, EVANS & COGSWELL.
December 3 9
?3 ?0a*?i ^lf
Fail ami Winter Dry Goods.
TO UR SOLD CHEAP,
GOUDKOP A- BEUIHNEB.
WHITE AND QUAT.
GOUDKOP k BETJTHNEB,
No. 420 Eing-s'rect.
Will-E. RED, GRAY AND DLUE. ALL WOOL
FLANNELS from 25c. ur-.
CLOTH ANO CASSIMKHK?.
Superfine RLACK CLOTH, suitable for Cloaks,
$1 50 par yard.
GOUDKOP ft BEUTONER.
November 0 rn wfj mo
mw J mn nnniui.
LOUES GOHEN & GO.,
No. 248 King-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention of tko public to their varied stock of
FOREfGN AM) DOMESTIC
coNSisnxo OF :
IRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, French Merinos, DoBagcs, Melanges,
Black ai?d Colored Silks, Bombazines, Boule?
vard aud Balmoral Skirts, Cliinchilly Cloak?
ing, Ladies' Cloaks and Sacques, and a very
largo assortment of KID GLOVES, of the most
celebrated brands, for Ladies, Gent's and Chil?
Wo have also tho DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening wear, of very ?ne quality and rea?
FRINGES, 6IMP3, VELVET AND DRESS
BUTTONS, of every color and stylo, with
many other DRESS and CO AK TRI1I MINGS
too numerous to montion.
Our stock of LadiOB' fashionable HATS, and
TAFFETA and SATIN RIBBONS is very largo
and well assorted.
We have LONGCLOTHS, Calicoes, Sheet?
ings, Ginghams, and all other Cotton Goods
bclongintr to our linc at tho lowest market price.
Wo call particular attontion to our large
stock of FLANNELS, in Oper*, Welsh, Dornet
and all-Wool; also, a good stock cf BLAN?
KETS, and Square and Lon? Shawls.
WOOL and COTTON HOSIERY, of every
grade and prico, for LadieB, Gents, Boys and
CLOTHS, Casaimcroa, Docskius, Satinets,
Kentucky jeans, Kerseys and Vestings, for
Men's and BOY'S wear.
Our ENTIRE STOCK has been bought at
the recent decline of prices for cash, and great
bargains arc confidently guaranteed.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
."Vc*. ?48 K^G-STKEET,
BETWEEN BASEL AND MARKET STS.
November 23 niwflmo
QHEAP DRY GOODS I CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HA7E RECEIVED,
and arc receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered ba ibis market City as well as cauntry buy?
ers oan save from fit:cen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods from tho above firm.
A lot of Dress .oods, irom 20 te 26 cents per yard
Bust 1 ri?li Poplins, from SO to 50 cents per yard
Calleoes, at 10, 12}? md 15 reut* por yard (best)
Balmor.il Skirts, from $125 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 6? cents per yard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 25 up
A large assortment ot White and Colored Flannels at
very low pricos
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent be?
low cost, will bc sold from S3 up
Calore J Quilts, from $1 75 lo $2
White Marseilles Quilt*, 10-4. 11-4, 12-4, from $2 50
Ladies' English Hose, without scams, from 37 to CO
Sad nota, from 50 to 75 cent?
A Large eau ta tv o? the latest stylo of Casulmeres, from
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Black broadcloth, from $2 to S3 50
A variety of Skaw.s, at ?2, SO 50. S3, S3 50. $4, and $5
Brown and White >hiruos, at 10, 12 Si and 15 cents
Also, fine branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear at different prices
Gent's SockB, from 10 up te 50 cents
The best French Corsets, from 75 cents to SI
The latest style of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons. Ice., at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 83c
Shepherd's Plaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from 50c up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from S3.00 tip
Ladies and Men's Kid Gloves ouly Si.tu
,63-Itomemlicr thc CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING SIREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OCR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wc have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES. HATS,
TRUNKS, Ice., whick will bc sold at thc lowest cash
Call and cxainirc our Stock.
OS" ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STRF.ET.
PoiicueoTT & uno..
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR SPA?
No. 270 King and No. 67 Hasel
?ITE WILT. PELL OM? EN 1 IRE STOCK, WHTCH
VV is completo in evory dejartiu?nt, aad pur?
chased iorcash at the ht'.c
AFCTIOXS AND KA % KULTI* SALES IH
At less Utan gold coat ol manafacinra or imparta?
Sfoetal attention i:j catted lo r-n invoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which wiU be sold Io* t> elosj consigniueats.
Wc rea* oct fulty and confi-lou ly ir vile country
morcbauu aud our c muiry amt city fiior.ds to ex
utnim: our .-troii before patohaalna Usewhere. A
large saving g naran teed. ,,
Mc LOY & RICE,
P?o. 363 KIVG-8TKRET, Oft G DOOlt OBI
Novomber 16 Imo
Jtejj ?000s, ?tr.
CHEAP DRESS GOODS!
STOLL, WEBB & CO
AOS. 287 anil 2S9 KING-STREET,
TT/TLTJ OPE.V THIS MORNING, JUST FROM
T T the New York Auction Sales,
THREE CASES DRESS GOODS,
PLAIDS AND SOLID COLORS,
Which they will offer at tho low price of
3f5, 35 AND 37 CENTS,
Goods worlh from 50 to 75 cents.
100 Dozen LINE?? DOYLIES,
AT THE LOW PRICE OF 80c. PER DOZEN.
STOLL,, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 287 aad 280 KIN G-STREET.
December 7 mwf3
Q II E A P
- JUST OPENED AT
STOLL. WEBB vb CO.,
Noa. 287 AND 289 KING-STREET.
(Ootfomp, un?) /?rnisljinp, (80000.
ESTABLISHED IN 1843T~
O. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Gent's Youths' and Freedmen's
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 313 King-St., Opposite Soclety-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM THIS DATE TO
offer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own selection, and manufactured by our?
selves in Charleston.
As regards quality and style, weare confident our
Goods will compare favorably in overy respect with
any Hcuso ba tho Southern Country, both for cheap?
ness and durability. Wo have also a large stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends and forn: cr patrons, and to tho
Trade in general, we extend a cordial invitaticn to
examine our Stock, and solicit their orders.
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 to $ 4 00
COLO KED CASSIM ERE PANTS.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANT?.3 00 to 4 50
BLACK CASSIMERE PANTS... .5 00 to 10 00
BOY'S PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
Bora SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
COLORED SATINET SACKS... .5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS.8 00 to 16 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.7 00 to 28 00
COLORED CASSIMERE VESTS.2 00 to 6 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS.8 00 to 20 W
The Genuino Si AR BRAND SHIRT always on
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, $1 50 to $3.
MERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to $2 00.
Our terns are CASH, or ol ty acceptance.
November 28 Duo
^iliincri) ?000s, &c.
j^?ISS R. A. MIKTLVM).
No. 308 KING-STREET,
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfni 3mos
SILVER TV ABE !
JUST RECEIVED. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY PIECES OF SILVER, suitablo for
Christmas and Bridal Presents, at
No. 3t7 KING-STREET.
TASES AND FANCY GOODS.
A largo and well selected asaorlment suitable for
Bridal and C?r?stias Presents,
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
FOR SALE CY
WILLIAM G. WJIILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING-STREET.
November 30 rawfG
READ THIS !
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
P E E F U M E II I E S
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRIS
LNG ARTICLES MADE UY
LUBIN, RI HENEL, COUDI?AY, CLEAVER,
SOCIETE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE, AND OTHERS.
Together with a full assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Kail Brushes,
C O MBS,
ALL OF TOE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED DIRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tho ladicn aro respectfully iuvil'd to call and ex
imiue before purr.har.ing elsewhere.
O. P. PA SK.MN,
CHEMIST AND AF O THEO A R F,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
November 13 fmwSmoa Charleston, S. C.
THU COMMODIOUS WHASF HAS BEEN RE?
CENTLY dug out and put in complete order,
and is now ready for business. Its Warehouse ac?
commodations arc unsurpassed by any wharf in the
city. Terms liberal. A share ol' public patronage is
solicited. Apply to IBEODORE E- CAIRNS,
December 9 wmtt 3 Wharfinger.
gH AVING A \ D II AI U-CT T Tl.\ Ci.
THE SHAVING AND H AIR-CUTTING SALOON
of the late L. HEUER, in Market-street between Meet?
ing and Kin?, wlU hereafter be conducted for the
benefit of his widow, who returns her sincere
thanks to thc friends and patron? of her husband,
and hopes by stiict attention to the business to de?
serve a continuance of their support.
IIEUER'S SHAVING AND HAIR CUT?
TING SALOON, MABKET-STREET.
December 9 wfmC
g HAVING AND HAIRCUTTING,
W . E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
No. 31 (UP STAE3S).
KO. II . II O P P O C Iv,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. limos September 21 .
R00M3 AT HIS TESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEET7WG AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmwOmos
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 Market-street, between King and
GENTS' OOiTS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
November 12 wfm3mos
yy I LUCK & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, 8. C.
Borrew and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all mauncr of claims.
July 13 mwf?ivo
TAILLIS dc CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WELL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestio Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E.WILLIS.A. B. CHISOLM,
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
BOLD COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and other expenaos
for holding arc LESS than in tho United States, wc
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging th? Eng?
lish commercial rite of interest, wuich at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CL AG HORN, HERRING Jt CO.,
November 13 2 mos
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOtLERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS. SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GEM GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand -
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular attention poid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, ?fe., rfc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MAOIIINIST AND FOUNDER
No. 311 MLE1ING-STREET,
CRAELESTON, S. C.
Auirust 3 _ _mwi
J M P O R TE H S OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c"
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Willcox ^5SE^ ^TBI Sewing
WU. R. CORWIN A CO.
?tTGoodsrtobv-civd to all parts ol tho City.
rpilE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE.
THIS MACHINE IS NOW RAPIOLY TAKING
the place of all othors as a FAMILY ali WING MA?
By an avancement made during a late visit to
Now York, I am enabled to Uise orde s tor ?ny first
class SEWING cr KNIi i INS MA. IllNBf, and
do.ivBr (hem h-re in tea days. Also, SEWING
MACHIN Ur? with Buttonhole Attachment?. Cir?
culars and Sam?les of - a king sent au applibaUen.
All kinda of Needles, loo'.a, i:e.
Repairing done as uroaa.
U. li. l!,\sELTOV,
Novcrabcr i wfm2mos
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 16 Kroad-str***
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS oUSlNESS IN THE
WBirrao UP A>D ADJomiNa OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Abo, tko
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
REN ts OF HOUSES, ??c. October 1
Salt continued-Mi?ls House Furniture Sale
In Bankruptcy, and .sold hy order of Court.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAY, the 9lh inst., a! baL'-pa't 10 o'clock,
we will continue the salo
Ol'above FURNI1 DEE, commencing on the second
floor, which consist?! of the Ladies' Parlors and Bri?
dal Chamber Rooms, being handsomest Furniture in
Persons who have boii?ht at pr.-vious Sale-, are
urged to call for their purchases This Day (lue day),
at tho Mills House, and settle th?ir bills and take
away their purchases E. W MARSHALL,
Assignee Estate of Joseph Pu: ?ell.
Bootu, Brogans, Gaiters, Balmorals, ?fe.
BY N, HUN t' & SON.
IHI3 DAY, thc 9th instant, at 10 o'c'ock. inonr
Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell, for
100 cases Assorted BOOTS, SHOES Brogans, Bal?
morals, Gai'ers, ic.
Ladies'. Misses' and Children's BOOTS, kc.
A few Suits of OIL CLOTHING, Pants, Jackets and
Hats. December 9
Horses, Mules and Vehicle-", Sets Cottage Fur?
niture, Stoves, Jrc, al Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, half-past 10 A. M., at No. 33 Broad-street.
On Account of Undertcrttcrs and all Concern?
ed-Flour, Coffee and Pepper.
BY J. A. LNSLOW & CO.
On TO-MORROW MORNING, lim instant, at ll
o'clock, will be .sold, for account of Underwriters
and all concerned, at Palmetto wharf stores,
30bbls. FLOU ll
3 tierces Ri* Coffee
2 sacks Peppor.
Damaged en the voyage of importation to thia
port. December 0
At Auction-Christmas Presents-Unreserved
Sale of Handsome Silver plated Ware, t'ffl
ported direct from Sheffield, England, suita?
ble for Christmas Presents.
Bi CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
No. 56 Broad-street.
Will be sold, without reserve, on TO-MORROW, 10th
of December, at ll o'clock, at our office,
AN INVOICE OF HANDSOME ENGLISH SIL?
COMMUNION SERVICES, Tea and Coffee Pols.
Cream and Syrup Jugs, Waiters, Plates, Cake and
Bread Baskets, Goblets and Children's Cups, Butter
Dishes, Toast Racks, Castors, Nut Crackers and
Pickers, Table, Desnert and Tea Spoons and Forks,
Dessert Knives, Fish Carvers and Forks, Ac, ic.
Teima cash. mwft 3 December 9
Small House on Doughty-street.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S.lBRUNS,
WI? be sold, at Auction, 'lO-MORROW, the 10th in?
stant, at the Uld Postofflee. at ll o'clock.
That Desirable Two-story WOODEN DWELLING,
situate in Doughty-street, known as No. 17. House
contains Four Rooms, and on the Lot is a good
Kitchen and outbuildings. Lot measures 27 by 40
feet, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. December 9
Fine Corner Lot, Suitable for Grc'ry Store.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold TO-MORROW, the irtb instant, at the
Old Postofflee. at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate at the northeast
corner of Queen and Archdale streets, formerly of
the estate of Chirles Bishop, moa?uru?2 in front on
Queen-street 38 feet, and ia depth on ArchdAle-street
10? feet, bt tho aune more or lues.
Terms-One-third ?ash; balanco in one and two
years, with interest, secured by bond and mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. December 0
Grocery Stand Corner of Doughty and Lucas
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
WiU be sold at Auction, TO-MORBOW, 10th instant
at thc Old Postofflee at li o'clock,
That ONE STORY WtiODtN ROUSE, now used os
a GROCERY, situated at the corner of Deughty and
Lncas streets. Lot measure! 48 teet on Lucas-street,
by 68 feet on Donghty-street, more or lees. This is
a very desirable stand for business, aad commands a
Terms.cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers and
stamps. ' December 9
Public Sale of Government Property.
W?. GURNEY, Auctioneer.
Will soil on TUESDAY, 17th lest, at Nos. 8 and 10
East Bay streot, Charleston, S. C..
A large lot of MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL PROP?
ERTY, consistent- of Mediolsos, Medical Dooks, Sur?
gical Instruments, Iron Bedsteads, Sheets, Counter?
panes, Blankets, Hair Pillows, ic.
Sale to commence st 10 A. M.
Terras cash in government fund*.
J. J. EU6ER,
Deeember 9 wsi A. A. Surgeon U. S. A.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Boyce vs. Wilmans, et al.
On WEDNE8DAY, the 30th December, 1868, at II
o'clock, will be sold at the Old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, situate, lying and being on the north sida
of Hajno street, in the City of Charleston, and desig?
nated hy the number tire (?) lu a plas of lots in
Haync, Meeting, Market, Church, Anson and Pinck
ney streets, drawn by R. K. Payne, Mi.-veyor. in May,
1SS0, meaburiug and containing on thc south and
north lines 22 feet 7 inehes, and nn th? east and west
lines, extending northwardly to Piockney-street, ISO
feet, more or less; butting and bounding to the
south on Hayne-street, to the west on lot number
lcm* (4) in said plan, and now or lately owned by L.
M. Wiley, to the north on Piuckney-street, and to
the east on lot number six (Gj In said plan, and now
or lately owned by-K iseys. *
Terms-One-fourth cash; balanco in five equal
successive anneal instalments, secured by bond or
bonds of the purchaser, with intcre-tat seven per
cent, and moii;?i*e of premises; the buildings to be
insured and policy nf insurance assigned. Pnroha
ser to pay for papen, and stomps.
J. W. GRAY,
December 9 wi Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Protestant Episcopal Church of the Par?
ish of St^Philip's vs. Suares.
On TUESDAY, 22d Deeember, at ll o'clock, will be
sold near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOX OF LAND, with thi: Dwelling House
of wood and other buildings thereon, situate on the
west side of St Philip-strout, designated on the plat
of st. Philip's Church land, made t v R Q. Plnckney,
16th August, 185?, and recorded in the office of thc
Reg. M. C., charleston District, in plat book A, No.
1, pago 126, by the letter E, measuring m fron; on
said street 40 feet, by 130 feet in depth, moio or le?;
bounding north on lot inaikcJ D on said plat, the
properly of Salinas; east on St. Philip-street, and
south on lot marked F, the property of James Mel?
vin; and to the wooton lot market No. 9 on said
Terms-One-third cash; balanco on a credit of
one, two au! three years, with interest from dr.y of
sale, payable annually; aoeured by bond of the pur?
chaser aud mortgage of tt:o premises, buildings to
bc insured ami the policy assigne I, Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. J. W. GRAY,
December 2 w'Jtnl Master In Equity.
Quclmtm1 jjrtMtf Sales.
CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
Real I", ?tate Agents, No. 5fl Broad-street.
For sal? and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS of a superior quality, oa
deep water navigation and healthy locations all tb?
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FARMS ia
all parts of the State.
fclT? PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3OO?.
COLUMBIA, B. C.
S-ira-r-olasa Hotel.S3 Per Day.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
HAVING ASSUMED THIS MANAGEMENT OF
this House, respectfully i-olicits a anare ol public pa
Free Omnibus to aud from tho HOM.
?j^T E W Y ? R ii H O * tit JJ.
No . 721 BROAD WA F,
NEW YOES Om.
O. IS. niLDKKTH ii CO., Proprietors*
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS:
HOTEL, as popularly knowu in former times
under the mana?e^-tuii o. J. B. MO NOT, Eoq., and.
moro recently unite: that of HIRAM CRANSTON &
C ., ie now undei the propneturalnp of ?ie*?ra. D.
M. IIILDREI'H k T. B. ROCKW \V, uner the Arm ot
D. M. HLLDRLTH & CO.
"'he senior partner from bis long exparier.'?e u a
pl oprieiov of the Veraoda. t>L Loots and Rt Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, tLaur? him-wif that he on
.asuro h Li friends and he publia ?ouiirally, tba! ita
fomxar world-wuk? reparation aa a, popular saut-daa
Hotel shall bs fahy sustained raaVir its promt
management, lyr* Smr^tuxf 12