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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1157.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR
-Georgia grcws the tallest men in the
tJnlted States; New York averages the shortest.
-A ballet Is preparing at St. Petersburg, in
which the stage represents a pianoforte key?
board, upon which the danseuse goes through
-An Indianapolis financier proposes to ex?
tinguish the public debt by substituting Treas?
ury notes for bonds, and keeping them in
Circulation till they wear ont.
-Brigham Young's theatre has produced
uGrI?ith Gaunt." The moral, of course, is
that Griffith should have emigrated to Utah
and enjoyed both wives in peace.
-A circus proprietor, whose show was
seized for debt In Cincinnati, claimed his per?
forming mules as his homestead. >>ut the Judge
did not regard them in that lighc.
-A man in Illinois has invented a spring to
be attached to the feet by which a person is
relieved of the labor of walking to a great ex?
tent. He claims that his Invention will enable
a man to walk ten miles an hour with ease.
^."Professor," said a student in pursuit of
knowledge concerning the habits oi animals,
"why does a cat, while eating, turn her head
first one way and then the other?" '-For the
t reason," replied the Professor, "that she can?
not turn it both ways at ?nee."
-A materialist surgeon ot Paris lately show?
ed to one of hi3 friends ono of his instruments
the handle of which was carved in bone. "Do
you know," he asked, "of what this handle is
made?" "Of ivory, I suppose." "No," said
the doctor, while tears almost choked his
voice, "it is the thigh-bone of my poor aunt."
-The authoress ol "East Lynne,*' (Mrs.
Henry Woodj) speaks in her last novel, "Ro?
land Yorke,'* of "the not-attempted-to-be
concealed care" ol Roland's face, which brings
to mind Miss Barney's remark? on "the-sud
ness-orten-prcviously-expected death of Mr.
-In the Supreme Court of the District of Co?
lumbia, objecu^n wa3 made to an interlinea?
tion in an indictment, the instrument having
been written in black ink,and the interpolation
In blue Ink, Judge Carter said : "Now. In
this period of the abolition of all distinction on
account of color, it appears to mu that this
criticism is hypercritical.*'
-The Sun, describing a new hoUl ia Fifth
avenue, New York, says: "The waiters are of
ineffable elegance, and of an intellectual cast
of countenance. They look like graduates of
Harvard. They wear two clean shirts and
two white chokers a day, and change their
aprons three times an hour. A spot on a
bosom or crease in a tio involves instant dis?
-A Chicago paper tells a story of election
night, which lt thinks shows the enterprise of
young Chicago. A party of boys were seen
getting together the materials for a bonfire.
When they were asked what was the news,
they replied that they had none. "We don't
dabble In politics. AVe built tho dre so thal
when the news comes we can sell it out to thc
side that beata !',
-A short time ago a close-fisted farmer on
the Sandy River, in Maine, died, alter devising
one dollar to his only sou. The old gentle
' man was duly buried iu the venerable church?
yard, which suffered a terrible washing away
by the late flood, and a short time ago his
body was" found opposite the son's place, hav?
ing been brought down the river a longdis?
tance. When the tonder-hearted sun was in?
formed of the tact, he made tho touching re?
mark: "Probably come back after that dol?
-One of the simplest and best cures for
stammering ia to beat time with the thumb
upon the forefinger beiore commencing to
speak, and while speaking. One is then
almost obliged to speak rythmicalty an?! dis?
tinctly. Another so-called, certain cure con?
sists merely in the frequent and rapid pronun?
ciation, with due emphasis, of the following
gibberish: Hobbs meats Snobbs aud Nobbs;
Hobbs nods to Snobbs, and roba Nobbs' fobs;
that, cays Hobbs, is the worse fe Nobbs' fobs,
and Snobbs sobs.
-AMiss Laura Keene's company, atihe Chest?
nut-street Theatre, in Philadelphia, is playing
a drama entitled "Bogu3," which is highly
successful, in spite ol* the critics, who say that
there ls not a particle of merit in it. But as lt
ie announced to run l'or some time, lt ls sug?
gested that a little variety might be made by
giving all the women's parts to men, and the
men's parts to women, for a few nights, and
then to give a fresh Impetus to thc play by
varying the order of thu acts, beginning some?
times at one end, sometimes at the other, and
then In tho middle-all of which they think
can be done without injury to the consecutive
sense of th<* play.
TJfjf jro.Bjroxs ix o OTB: AH.
Tb?ir Numbers, Condition and Pros?
peet*-A Mormon Temple to be Erected
In Xevr York-"What it will Cost-IM
t?ratting Interview with a. Mormeu
A Mormon temple is to be erected in New
York City within the coming year. A commit?
tee, at whose disposal the requisite funds will
be placed by the Mormons In this country, has
been appointed to choose s suitable site and to
make the necessary arrangements for the
edifice. They have nearly completed their
plans, and meet next week to draw up a
report of their proceedings, which will bc laid
before the Saints and elders ruling the sect in
America. The New York Times says:
This building, which will cost at least $500,
000, is to be a house of reception for .Morin on
'emigrants from Kurope, and a resting place
for the travelling brethren of the United States.
A portion ol' it will be set apart for the accom?
modation of unprotected t?males,, who, be?
cause of the general belief that they are poly?
gamists, are looked upon as ioose characters,
and are beset b.v men for ID oilier tiiau vici?
ous purposes. Here, however, it is intended
they shall be received, watched over ami kept
until they can pursue their journey to their
friends in safely. Those who arc 'poor and
without the means to provide for their Imme?
diate wanta, will here iluda home until they
get employment and can settle them
selves comfortably. Apartments will be fur?
nished also for t:ie uso ol' missionary saints
and elders sojourning ia this section to watch
over the religious welfare of the faithful scat?
tered throughout the Eastern Slates. This
temple they will make their Eastern head?
quarters, whence they will journey from time
to time to make a circuit North and South
among the various Mormon communities. In
the centre ot the sullding will be erected a
house of worship, om which thc whole will
take the name of'.vtnple. The establishment
will be ruled by a resident saint, assisted by a
number of elders and a regular board of com
missioners, all of whom are to be appointed
by thc Government ol' Utah.
This enterprise hos been on foot for some
time, as the maturity of the plan Indicates,
and the purchase of a satisfactory location will
be made within a month or two. The reasons
lor trie ?rection of such an establishment are
tb* increase ol' Mormon einigraiioii and the
difficulties under which the emigrants labor on
their arrival here. There is hurdly a European
packet comes to our shores that does not bring
a Mormon family. Agents are stationed in all
parts of Europe, whose duty il is to ser J to
the United States such of the faithful as are
ready'and willing to travel westward toward
Utah", their promised land. Most of them aro
Swedes, Germans, Welsh, English and Scotch,
and have no friends or relatives in the
Atlantic States. They were regularly con?
signed by the European to the agent
In New * York, whose business it is
to look after and provide them with
boarding places until they can shift for them?
selves. Like most other strangers in our city,
they often fall into the hands of Hu- harpies
who are ever on the watch for like unsuspect?
ing prey, and are mulcted of their money, de?
spoiled of their effects, and left to wander
houseless and homeless through our streets.
With men this is bad enough, bul with the fe
males it ls terrible. Their miseries in many
instances onlv began with robbery and starva?
tion. The fate of living death is often theirs.
These dangers will be lessened, if not entirely
obviated, at the existence ot the Mormon Tem?
ple. Emigrants will step from the ship to lt,
where they will find wann friends ready to
shelter aud* aid them. The Mormons are fast
becoming a large sect among us. They ore nu?
merous in t.iis city and Brooklyn, although so
quietly has Mormonism grown up In our
midst, that it; progress has been scarcely ob?
served by the general public. At present
theie are upward of three hundred lamilies
of Latter-day Saints in Brooklyn, and as many,
if not more, In New York. They have a
church in Brooklyn, which is open lo all com?
ers, and are governed by a saint and several
.Mers. These people ever look forward to the
day which will seo them located in he city of
the saints and their prophet. Brigham Young.
They are all well off ami in gooubusiness cir?
cumstances, and bear excellent characters
among their Cliristiau neighbors. Every Sun?
day Is spent In devotional exercises al I heir
church, wkich is well lilied from !> A. M. until
.j P. M. lu their business transactions with
Christians they aro scrupulously honest, and
Where they deal once they invariably strive to
keep up ' the connection. It seems to
be their object, however, to trade n?*
little as possible with those who are
not of their creed, In consequence of
which they do not come so much under
the notice of outsiders, and are sn little known
to the public. Some of the men, it is said
havens many as four or live wives living in
different paris of the city. No doubl it may
seem curious to the reader that polygamy can
be practiced in a city where tho laws against
it are so stringent. But the Mormons do not
marry their wives according to thc common
law ol'the Stale; they Uve in a stat?' of concu?
binage, amenable to no law. Our reporter had
an Interesting interview with a celebrated
Mormon dignitary yesterday. This gentleman
is un elder and a practical polygamist, having
We were informed, eleven wives at present.
Hu was very a?uble and communicative, and
spoke without the slightest embarrassment on
some of the most delicate topics connected
with his religion. He invited investigation,
be said, and had no doubt, of being abb' to con?
vince the most skeptical of the truth of the
Speaking of tiie Temple, he said that the
committee had orders to push the enterprise
along as fast as they could and to hasten its
completion. Being asked how much money,
If any, had been appropriated for lt, be an?
swered that no Axed sum liad been yet sot
apart for the work, but that whatever .he com?
mittee having the matter In band considered
necessary would be immediately forthcoming,
as the Mormons were well off, many ol'them
wealthy, and all prepared to furnish any sum
commensurate witta their means. t
?STTUE GENUINE LIEBIG'S EX
TRACT UK MEAT secures great economy excel?
lence in tho preparation of beef-tea. liny none
but that made by the "Liebig Extract of Meat
Company.'' Baron Lieblg's signature on every
Jar. For siile by druggists and grocers.
J. MII.HAC'S SONS,
novo ?nfimo Ko. isa Broadway, New Turk.
f?r* A CARD.-A G E N T L E M A ?
wishing to enter in active business, would contri?
bute CAPITAL to any approved establishment in
city or country with a capable aud responsible
party. Address "Trade." through this oillee,
giving references and statin , ?he character of
business. nov&! 3*
??r MANHOOD.-A ML )AL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure of Prema.urc Decline in
Man, tlic treatment of Norvous sud Physical De?
"There Ls no member of sooiety by whom this
book will uot bc found useful, whether such per?
son holds thc relation of Tarent Preceptor or
Clergyman."-Uedisal Times and Gazette.
Sent by.mall on receipt of ilfiy cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DKF. CURTIS, Washington,
P. c. _ septl lyr
yST- BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye ts the best in the world: thc
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, In?
stantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints: remedies thc ill elfecu of bad dyes; in?
vigorates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful
black or brown. Sold by all Druggists and Per
fumers; and properly applied at Ba chelor's Wig
Factory, No. - Bond street, New York.
?S?T* WORDS OF CHEER-ON THE
Errors of Youth and the Follies of Age, in rela?
tion to Marriage and Social Evils, with a helping
hand for the erring and unfortunate. Sent lu
sealed letter envelopes, freu of charge. Address
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Philadelphia,
Pa._ _septi'j amo?
pS-'YQ CONSUMFfIVES. -THE AD?
VERTISER., having been restored to health In a
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
sulTered several years with a severe lung affec?
tion, and that dreadful disease, consumption, ls
anxious to make known to his fellow.sufferers the
meuus of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy ol ?he
prescription used (free of charge,) willi the direc?
tions for preparing and using the same, which
they will Und a sc OE CURS Koa CONSUMPTION,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, Ac. The object of the ad?
vertiser in sending tke Prescription is to beucht
the afflicted, and spread Information which he
con?oives to be invaluable; and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will eost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please ad?
dress Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Kings County, NVw York. nova limos
.jtfirA CARD.-A CLERGYMAN,
while residing iu South America as a Missionary,
discovered a safe and simple remedy for thu cure
of Nervous Weakness, Karly Decay, Disease ol
the Urinary and Seminal Organs and the whole
indu of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers hare been cured
by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to
benefit tue afflicted and unfortunate, I win semi
the recipe for preparing and using this medicine,
in a scaled envelope, to any ono who needs it,
free of charge. Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Xaiion . , Bible House,
oet4 limos* . New York City.
0BT> SJ E D1C A L NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pertaining to tho Genlto
Urinary Urgaus, will receive the latest scientific
treatment, by placing themselves uudcr the care
or DK. T. REEN TSJKP.NA, ornee No. T? Dasei
street, three doors eas;, from Hie Postohlcc
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
inplication will be made at the next Session of
the Leglsu ture by thc Charleston Board of Trade
or a Modiilcatlon of its charier. ongSS latno3
f&* ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE.
MAN who suffered for years from Nervous De?
bility, Premature Decay, and all thc effects of
youthful indiscretion, will, for the sas**jf suffer
IHR humanity, send free toall who ucedSt, the re?
ceipt and directions for making the simple rem?
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so
by addressing, with perfect coutldence, JOHN h.
oe DEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New Yerk.
"^ckvELESTON SAVINGS INSTI?
TUTION.-Thc following amounts havo not been
called for In thc above named Institution. As thc
office will bc closed on the 31st of December, all
persons interested arc requested to bring in tholr
Pass Books and receive the amounts due them.
Those who have drawn the FIRST Instalment, but
not the SECONO, will not Cod their uaraes in this
list, as thc fact of their having drawn one in?
stalment lian evidoncs that thsy knowof tuetr
interest ia the Institution.
HBNRY S. GRIGGS. Treasarer.
Anderson, A. J., Trustee
Anderson, A. J., Trustee
Arnold, Ann. Trustee...
Alston, Thomas, Trustee
Rostieman, J. F.
Rallentinc, Isaac, Trustee
Brisbane, Maria. Trustee.
liauin. John A.
Bunch. I>. 1).
Bcgg*< ?'liarles, Trustee..
lia mc, Matilda.I..
Bellinger, M. c., Trust?e.
Blake, .Margaret M.
Carr, Susan D. ?8 69
Connoly, Elizabeth. o 30
Care?-. George. 723 55
Cleary, catherine. * 00
Carmaud, H. McO., Truste?. 15 40
Cameron, Alexander. 14* s<>
Cameron, D. W. 6 40
Casey, Janies. 15? ?3
Currie. A. M. 4S 14
Comstock, 1). H., Trustee, (two accounts). 4 .'?4
Chandler, Janet B. 14 o'.
Collies, K. S. OM
Collins. Mary Jane. 2 41
Cortissy, Marv Ann. 2 os
Clarkson, K. ii.. Trustee. 9 06
Coburn. J. Robert. 2 82
Carabar, Rose Ann. 0 Cb
Curry, S. A. D. ll?
Dorrie. Louis?. 04'? 9:>
Derrick, David, Trustee. 20 73
Dan*y, Michael. 17 M
Dupont, C. C.. Trustee. 17 74
Desvernev, Peter. Trustee. 4M os
Durne. D. A., Agent. ? SI
Drayton. John. M *.*>
Brans, Edward P. 82 43
Earlv. John. Trustee. 11 61
Brrtckson, J. P. 0 03
Boston, Hannah. 9 4^
Eldred, G. P., Trustes. 0 51
Frost, Ilenry P.., Trustee. 10 00
Ferguson, James. 0 00
Inlier. Mrs. CA. 97 10
Patironback, 8. 1 07
Ford. Mary. 2 40
Flood, Margaret. 82 7?
Garden, Ruth C. 18 M
Gilbert, Theodore N. 84 Ss
Guilbert. A. 4 00
Cordon. Alexander, Trustee. ISS 27
Geitel, Johane. 6 88
Cross. Barnwell. 4 4S
Graham, Anne. ? 24
Graham, Kiddy .!. tl 76
Gregg, William, Trustee. 2 27
Grierson, J. w., Trustoc. 3 48
newitt, M. E.. Trustee. 3 15
Hennessy, Mary. ? 60
Hennessy, charles.'.. et 7S
Hummel John. 20 is
Hcncrcy. John T. 0 215
Henry. E. H., Trustee. 21 68
nancken, C. Winiam. 'J S4
Moran, .Tames. ? SO
Holmes. .1. \v" Trustee, (two accounts)- s 7.-i
Hvutt, Thomas, Trustee. 3 on
Himlz. Thomas.- 160 04
?Ochmann. H. 9 47
Hamilton, Jas. A. w. o 74
Holland, Mary. 3 67
Jackson, Jane A. 4 99
KelUi, M. Irvine. ? 99
Kenney, .lames. 1 18
Kenney, John, Trustee. 9 02
Keogaii, John. 3 93
Leverett, Charles E. 3 40
Lockhorn, Elizabeth. 4 02
Lord. Sarah A. 1 98
Lyons, William, Trustee. 0 RO
Lae, L. s. 2 so
Meyer. Ilenrv. 7 42
Marshall. A. W., Trustee.: 61 38
Mayor, Anna. 4 14
Mayor, John George. 19 04
Moran, Marv. 10 95
Miller. Robert. Trustee. 5 22
Miller. L P., Trustee. 0 SI
Mattsfon, J. A. 138 29
Maxwell, Susan. 0 42
Mnggc, Catherine. 2 04
Hakam, Ann. 3 98
.Mormon. Anna Maria. 34 39
Murray, Martha C., Trustee. 41 85
Murray, F. H......../.. 0 50
Mixer, George C., Trustee. 41 06
Muckenfuss, B. A., Trustee. 1 IS
Mazyck, CM. 1 06
McCrndv. Edward. Trustee. 0 00
McCrlght, Sarah A. 0 .11
McDougall, John. 0 5ti
McDougall, Hugh. 3 75
McDonald. John. 1-7 41
Mulnaruey, M*ry. 71 26
Norman, Thoma*.,. 8 17
Person, Ann. ll SI
Porcher, Thomas W., Trustee. 0 "5
Porcher, E. w., Trustee. 22 37
Poinsett, Henrietta. n 15
Phelon, Julius. 7 b2
Pcnrifoy, A. 31 VJ
Putta:, Josephine. 0 30
Pundi, Peter. ll 5$
Qualy, dies. ?9 63
Routh, William K. 177 36
Roberts, w. A. o 47
Rivers, John, Trustee. 6 wi
Elvers. \Y. D. 21 Hu
Reynolds, Catherine. 4 7u
Russell, Eliza. 437 (.0
RICO, I. J. 2S ?1
ltice, B. F. 6 77
Keith, John. 6 4'.
Richardis, Louis. 1S7 09
Ramspeck, Charlotte R. 1 72
Recd, Joseph. 17 80
Ravcucl, H. E., Truatu*. (?va accounts)... 10 22
Sinter, Maria. ll 01
Society, Ladies1 Domestic Missionary. os Ci
Schwerin, J., Trustee. 3 7?
Smith, A, !'.. ns so
Smith, linnie!. 85 26
Smith, John. 84 :;i
Smith, Marv. 19 40
Smith, s. E., Trustee. 4 23
Schmidt, John. 4 M?
Stone. Thomas. ?Vj tn
Steele, E. C. l"2 .:4
Shaw, charies (two accounts). 17 C2
Sweat. V: S.. Trustee. ti 70
Sweeney, Danie!. 1 ;,s
Servi. ".' Caroline F.. 0 3u
Skelly. Patrick. 4 tt ea
Sullivan, Eugene. 1:7 ?2
Small, Tivmas i:.. Trustee. 0 vi
Small. J. S. Trustee (four accounts). 347
Sear:", ?'illiam. SS ?fi
Schroder. Henry. 43 17
Symons, Julio, Administrator. 19 02
s'ugue, Mary. 4 23
Turner, Hhzaholh. 23 ii
wilson, Joseph, Traste?. ll es
Wood, Susan. .? 61?
Williams, Ann. 41 39
Williams, Susati, Trustee. 24 17
Walker, Geo. Wm. Trustee, ?two accounts,) ir, ? ?
White, George. 0 30
While, David. 8 99
White, W. I!. 0 30
Wiemar. George. 47 17
W ill. David. 15 01
Welts, Elizabeth C., Trustes, two ao
counts). l 7?
wit; 'eiiu, Fred., Trustes. 2 cs
Zirbst, T. II. 12 CO
at nt stathlmool
.. 13 14
.. 23 04
.. 10 99
.. 19 21
?jyjEETING STREET FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of varions sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal gTorn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and
Rans, of all sizes.
Horse-Powece s nd Cia Gearing, from < te 16 feet
Improved Lover Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all dessrrptlons mada
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Casting for Buildings, Gratuags, Cistern Covers,
Sash Weights, Ac, .Vc.
WILLIAM S. HENERET,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. 311 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MBNXE A MCXLBR,
No. 325 KINO STRHBT,
Three Doors helow Liberty street.
Have just received and opened a lanie and fine
assortment of Men's Youths'and Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting ol
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dross Suits.
Wime and Colored shirts, Underwear Doods, Ac
English and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvisler's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskiu,
Calfskin; cloth, Casslniere, Tweed: silk aLd
Thread Gloves. Linen ami Paper Collars, Cravats.
Neck Ties, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,
Also, ? large and well assorted stock o.' BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSI M KKK. DOESKIN, BEAVER
CLOTH, A c.. a laure variety ol thc new style Pant?
ami Vest Patterns, which wo offer to sell bj plect
yard ur pattern, or make up luto garments by
measure, tn the latest styles.
Our stock has been selected with ercat care,
and prices marked very low. In plain neurea.
Being confident thal we can offer Inducements
unequalled hy any other house, we solicit buyers
in our line to give us a call before purchasing
All orders will receive our prompt and very
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed.
ORB1UM <fc JURS,
nave removed to No. 14" KING street, Ove doors
helow their former stand, where they will !<?
pleased io see their former patrons anil frlonds,
ami the public generally.
Mr. Jurs has just returned from the North with
a large and well selected stock of Foreign and
Domestic Cloths, Beavers, Coatings, Doeskins,
Cassiuicre* and Vestings.
Aline assortment of Gi -r.ts' Furnishing Goods,
ivhlcll will h;: sold at a very small profit.
Gcutlemen In want of any of thc above articles
will da well tu cali before purchasing elsewhere.
m F. c H JJ y E I N .
OFTICB NO. 274 XINO KtttT,
jQO YOU WISH TO PUT OFF INDEFI?
NITE LT Sick Headache, Sour Eructations and
Acidity of the Stomach r
USE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For salo by RAOUL A LYHAH.
GO TO GEORGE LITTLE .t CO.
for Fine FURNISHING GOODS at LOW
1'iiu Ks._ oct.io stuthlmo
SIVE O EN ? It AL SATISFACTION.
Fer sale br
sept 17 Sinus_RAOUL A LTNAH.
TTTANTED, TnE LADIES TO CALL
TV and examine Hie Stock or louth's, Boy's
jud Children's CLOTHING, at
GEORGE LITTLE k CO.,
oct3ti stuthlmo No. Ji:j Klni?street.
jQO YOU WISH TO SLEEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake la the morning with a
thorough appreciation of your egg, rolls aud
CSE SOLOMON'S BITTERS.
For sale by RAOUL A LYXAH.
sept IT smoj
(Ellina, (Crockenj, &"c.
jp R E N C H CHINA
NOW SELLING AT COST AND LESS THAN COST,
A Urge and well assorted lnvoico of
FRENCH CHIN A :
75 China Dinner SETS, cost iZi ;c, at iZi a set
CO China Tea Sets, at 50 a set
loo Ciiina Taney spittoons, from SIS] to si IO
7? china Fancy Candlesticks, cost Ol io, at 70c.
SOUP TUREENS, SAUCE TUREENS, BOATS
Covered Dishes and Dessen Pieces
Cups and saucers, Sujrar and Cream, Plates, of al!
sizes, Ac., .V c. ^
K. H. MCDOWELL, for Importers,
novo stuthlmo King and liberty streets.
E W 1NI? MACHI N ii 3
The place io buy
S E WING MACHINES
1? where you have a cho.ee cf styles of UiTcrem
I h.ivo thc best single and doubls-thraad Ma?
chines uow before thc public.
' TUE WILLCOX A GIBBS'
"T/EBB" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Arc thc simplest ami most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine is warranted to'jrive satis,
faction, or lt will be exchanged for other kinda
All kinds of Sewing neatly aud promptly done.
Orders taken f? ? ?iii first eiass Sowing or Cnllti-,
Machines. Needles, OH, Thread, Silk, Ac
REPAIRING as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
nsf y i stu tuy No. 207 Klag street.
T'O BACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 151 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Agent for th? sale of the following well known Brands of Virginia and North Carolina
E. T. PILKIN TON'S
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, "Gold Leaf," pounds,
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, "Figs."
PLANTER'S PRIDE, "Gold Leaf," pounds,
COMMONWEALTH, "Ui ight," pounds and half pounds,
ROCK CITY, "Bright," 4's,
PLANTER'S DAUGHTER, 16's,
ROSE BUD, 16's,
VIRGINIA PLUM, "Dark," half pounds.
O. W. SPICER'S
SUGAR PLUM, pounds,
F. 8. ANTHONY <fc CO.'S
ARRINGTON GAME, pounds,
PICAYUNE, Long Tons.
71 T. ??TO VAL L'S "SUPERIOR PANCAKE,"
PACE & TALBOTTS "ROUGH AND READY TWIST,"
J. L. VAUGHN AND W. A. CHAFFIN S "CHOICE TWIST.'
FRUITS AND FLOWERS, PLANTER'S PRIDE. COMMONWEALTH. LOVE AMONO THE ROSES
MAY QUEEN, aud W. Dttka A Son's C?l?br?t Pd "DURHAM."
Has constantly on hand an assortment of CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO of all grades,
styles and sizes, to which thc attcntion^of thc trade is invited. netti mimo
TJOLEDAY AND "WEDDING PRESENTS.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
novio ?-?imo No. 307 KINO STREET.
once said If we. only knew where the resident
citizens made their parchases thsra wo should get
well served. To *uch wu odor
Thc Indies who desire thc latest styles of fash?
ionable Head Dressing, Curls, Chignons or
Braids. Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Tho gentlemen who de-Ire to bu presentable in
Adonis attire, for Wigs,
Co to M. & A. ASHTON.
AU who doslra thc best German Colognes,
Co to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Diadem or Coronal Combs, all
Co to M. A A.?ASHTON.
Thoicwho require thc best Extracts,
Go to .M. A A. ASHTON.
F.very one who decres good Hair Brushes or
Combs, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Of necessity all who require a good Tooth
Brash, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Fer genuine Talc do Ven?s, all must
Go to M. A- A. ASHTON*.
For Hair Dye-a and Regenerators, nearly all
Co to M. A A. ASHTON.
In fact, all who require gonulue goods from the
follow-in? house? :
Society Uygienlqne, 1 .[Bailey's, 1 .
Lnbin's, Atkinson'*, g
COWdray'S, s ??iisi.ell's. 'Z
River, '- Lowe i Sons, .?
Guerlain, - Vardlcy, I -
i icu ry A Demarsou, J itowlauds & Sons, I *.
As also. Vents Goods in their linc from every
repntabls manufacturer In the States,
Co to ll. A A. ASHTON,
No. SM King street,
novl Five doors from Market street.
TMPOBTANT A N N 0 U N 0 E il E N T.
BAZAAR. No. J?3 KING STREET,
. OSNET. 0 COHOS,
J. A ROH ER, PROPRIBTOR.
I would respectfully Inform my numerous cus?
tomers that I have returned from New York, and
have received per steamers Manhattan ami .lames
Adtfvr cases assorted miovliandlse. comprising
everything lu the NOTION. HOSIERY, SHIRT,
TIES and general fancy line. My stuck, nt pres?
ent, is the largest ever ottered in tinselly. My
position willi importers ami Manufacturera "as
II CASH buyer," gives me many advantages; ena
biltii; me tosell ail goods st least from 26 to KU j
percent, less than those hulaing old stock previ
?usiy bought mi CBKDIT.
Odd lots given away.
Prie* list on application.
UAZAAIl, No. 3?J KING STREET,
Thc Ladles' Favorite Store.
t?- Several smart, intelligent Youths wauled.
ijnroiuarf, (Cnticrrj, fJc.
Q II A B L E S Jv E R H I S 0 N, Ju,
Ko. 219 KINO STKERT.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GL"X3, AGRICUL?
TURAL IMPLEMENTS, ia
A select assortment of TABLE AND POCKET
CUTLERY, Rodgers' and oilier Scissors, Paney
Hird Cages, Taper Basins and "Jackets aad Iluu?e
keeping articles generally.
ALS", AN ASSORTMENT OF
ABGRICTURAL IMPLEMENTS, NAILS, CAR?
PENTER'S TOOLS, &C ol best make.
Sole Agent for tho genuine Eurelia Cottee Pot,
the Russian Hemp Castor, ami tho American
Papier Mache Company. novia stutlilmo
rTlHE CELEBRATED WATT PLO??E
OVER BIGHT THOUSAND SOUL
orroncr: WATT, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
The beht Fallow, Subsoil, Ditching and Cultiva?
ting TLOUGn. Superior tn all others hy actual
test, being adapted to every soil, and doing tho
hoe and |?luu;;!i work without choking.
For ?ale at manufactory prices, freight added,
by J. E. ADQER A CO., Agents,
No. on East Hay, Charleston, s. c.
Also on hand, a la;-""-> assortment of oilier
Ploughs, Com Suellen, liny cutters, um: Agricul?
tural Implements or eil kinds. octso stntli
rpi IE WATT PLOUGH AGAIN TRI?
In addition to onmerons premiums, s SILVER
MEDAL bas just been awarded to ir at the re?
cen: L-:a:e ."air, m Columbia, S. C., as thc heit
TURNING PLOUGH ON THE GROUND.
S C T E R I 0 B T 0 A L i. 0 T !I I* R S
For sala st Factory prices, freight added, by
J. E. ADO KR A' CO., Agent 3,
No. 62 Last Bay, Charleston, S. c.
P R . DAUBE,
MUSIC DEAT.r;it. PlanoTnr.er, Teaehcrof Vio?
lin. Flute a^d Cuitar. Repairer of Musical istru
Hitchcock's five and Ten conti Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with tho best
end most fashionable Music lately received from
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at No. 4*9
King street, four doors abor* Calhoun.
Eloiliing ono inimsliing (Sooos.
Q P E N i N G .
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
)F OUU OWN SELECTION AND MANUFAC?
TURED IN CHARLESTON BY OURSELVES,
IVbloa we havo determined to sell a; such prices
as cannot full to satisfy thc views of the
:LOSEST DEALERS, EITHER THROUGH
ORDER OR PERSONAL SELECTION.
TO WIT :
Fancy Tweed Ca?3lmeres, (Suck and
Pants)..'. $ 7 so
Mixed CQsslmere Suits. 13 00
Double ami Twisted Cassimcre Suits_ 10 Ou
Harrison's Cray Casslmcre Suits. 17 Ou
Paney Casslmcre Suits. K oo
Dlackand White Silk Mixed Suits. On
Colored Scoi ch Cheviot Suits. SO o'
3o!d Silk Mixed Suits. SS 00
lllack Cloth (Sack, Pants and Vests. ll co
[Hack Doeskin Casslmire Pants from.6 00 to 10 co
Colored Casslmcre Pa nts from.160 to 9
Colored Union CtUtSlmerc Pants
from.100 to .: ou
Fine Clack Cloth Vast_,. 3 Co
Kine Colored Casslmcre Vests. -JO"
Waterproof Tvread Over Sacks. WOO
SLOTHING FOR BOYS AND YOUTHS FROM
NfNE TO TWE .'TY YBARS OLD.
TUE UENULNE STAR BRAND 3HITIT
Lot 18Star Shirl. S 2 ou
Lut ?J Star ?hiri. 2 CO
STAR BRAND COLLAH, $2 60 PER BOZEN.
COTTON FLANNEL DRAWERS, OUR OWN
MAKE, ut ?I 25.
MERINO SL'IRi'S FROM Ti cents to ?1 jO, A
Call aud ?ee us. We do not boast or having
thc most oxpeuslve GOODS, but wo can boast
if having Hie cheapest aud best mada CLOTHING
In Charleston, and equal to tho IiE.iT CUSTOM
Tutus Casa, or eily acceptante.
O. E ,v A. S. JOHNSON,
octl4ltnssmos No. sn KINO .STREET.
jELLING AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
G E 0 Ii G B L I T I L E & C 0 .,
No. 213 KIM: STKEET,
Would respectfully call the attention of thc
lublic lo their large aud vaned assortment ol
Wen's, Youths'and Boy?' CLOTHING and FDR
DISHING GOODS, width Uley are oflering at
jriecs that cannot bc competed with in tho city.
Uiy one in need ortho above mentioned articles,
?rill please give us a call before purchasing i?l?e
?There, and we will guarantee lo snit then in
itylca ami prices. Remember our Fine Cassimcn
PESTS semcg at $2 fia
C E ORCE LITT L E & CO..
No. 213 KINO STEEKT,
Five doors below Market Street.
TT7" A T C EC E S ! W A T C El E S :
WATCHES of Hie best En;!? :i, Swiss ?tt<
American manufacture, in Gold and Silv r Gcses
it JAMES ALLAN'S,
novl mthlmo No. ?0? King street.
EWE L Jl y I JE W E L G ?
An ?te^sm assortment of One half sett El!
SINGS, Lroooh?i, fcc, at
nov! mthlmo No. "01 King street.
gEXZLXE, DDI BLE DISTILLED,
IV I L L R BUOY.G GREASE SPOTS
Manufactured and Ai>r sale, wholesale and r*.
lail, by Dil. H. RAER,
nov? Ne. 131 Mooting itivjt.
j?r* THE PRICE TELLS.
. . CHEAP PRINTING.
The attention of tho business public ls Invited
to t?e following greatly REDUCED RATES for
TEE NEWS JOB OFF I OX,
No. 149 EAST BAY.
BUSINESS CARDS, ?
From $C ?0 per thousand and upwards, accord?
ing to slzo and quality of card.
From *4 00 per thousand and upwards, accord?
ing to tbe quantity of matter and quality of
With Business Card neatly printed tUareon, at
from ll 50 per thonsadn aud upward*, acoordlng
At from ii iy per thousand and upwai da, ae
cordlng to size and quality of paper and amount
A: from to MU por thousand a&d upwards,
according to ?is? and quantity.
ALL OTHER KINDS OF PRINTING wal : be
done at corrui^ondlngly low moa, and tu tito
Jti- SHOW PRINTING A SPECIALTY, -?a.
Call at THS NEW? 0:n"co and examino speci?
mens tnd prices.
Boobies uno ^arness.
A D D L E EY WAEEHO?S E.
WILLIAM H A R P. A L & CO.,
No. 19 BATXJB STREET.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ls
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIALS, &C
noi 13 Imo
ittillincrn, fanes ^OGOG; Ux.
J? A L L O P E N I N G
Of MILLINERY GOODS,
AT MRS. M. J. lERNOWS, No. S? KINO ST.
Having Just returned from New York, would re?
spectfully oall th? attention of the Ladlee to a
lurfce and handsome tssortment of MILLINERY
GOODS, Including Dress Itimmlngs and Papor
Patt trna. Cloolu on hsnd and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to ns usual. Country
orders solicited and promptly fried.
ocr M :? tnthsSmos .
ILL!. N L U Y (j O ? D S.
a. COMPLETS STOCK OF
FINS MATERIALS IS NOW O PENH
Which trill be made in cac
BEST MANNER AND LATEST STYLES,
FOR FALL AND ? INTER.
All Orders promptly filled.
M. J". BOOTH,
No. 429 King street.
oe: io & tnthsSmos
Notices in Bankrnptcn.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
X CSlTEli STATES, FOR .SOUTH CAROLINA.
U<:tOber Term, lb?.?.-In the matter of PETER P.
PALMER, of s. John's Berkeley, Bankrupt.-Peti?
tion tor ii?:i and llual Discharge in Bankruptcy.
Ordered, nut a bearing be had on the 3d day of
December, A.D. 1809, as thc Federal Courthouse
In Columbia, 8. C.; aud that all creditors, Ac, of
>?i? Bankrupt api car at told time and place, and
. i< v. canse, If auj they cou, why the prayer of
the Petitioner should not i?' ^r.?itcd.
i;.1 order o? tho Court, the loth day of November,
A. 6.1809. DANI KL HORLBBCK,
Clerk of the District Court of ihu United states,
fur Semi it Carolina. novit th3
TX BANKRUPTCY.-IN THE DISTRICT
X COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
DISTRICT OF SOI TH CAROLINA.-Ex pane WM.
T. SHUMATE and A. BLYTHE, Assignees, In re
JOHN v. GRADY, Bankrupt,-Petition to sell
Real r . ; .. aulncnrabcred,callln Lien Creditors,
Ac-Notic.- Ls hen by given to all Crediton hold?
ing Lb ns against the Estate of JOHN w. GRADY,
that they arc required to establish the sanie be
fore W. J. CLAWSON. Esq., Registrar, at YorkviUe,
S.C., within forty days from ti.o <ia'e hereof, or
bc barred from all benefits ?.f Ute decree for dis
trinution to be made In this case.
By order <.>.' Hon. GEO. S. BUYAS, Jud^e of siid
0aUt ' ^^?".p-jAss^neee.
Greenville, s. C., September 13, ic.6?.
? \ ?1 A ? LESTON HOTEL,
^ CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Thia first-class HOTEL, eltnated ipa pleasant
Uti ttl >Ti. ami in th-: business ?'orttoii of the city,
rend rs it th< most desirable Hotel :'or either par
ancnt or . guests, nie accommoda
t1 - arc un m . II ...!. baving extensive saltes of
itiy II ml? i< i apaninen ts for 'families and
?in . ni u. The proprietor will endeavor
his h reputation enjoyed by the
. i"as a ll rst-class house, and no effort
willi . spared to deservea continnance of tho
lib trail patroua: e heretofore bestowed apontt
1 b< besi of Livery accommodations will be
found adjoining the establishment.
The house 1: ?npplled with the celebrated Arte?
sian Wan r, ol v. hielt dellghtfi I baths can bo had
either <ljy or n?-?r.z. E. H. JACKSON,
july VJ Proprietor.
J> B. BYASS' LONDON PORTER
T.J ARBITE PM BT 1TI3H STEAMER ilAEMORA,
E0 casks R n Brass'London PORTER, pinta.
20 casks R. B. ass' 1 II h o Porter, quarte,
- cask? J. & R. Tennent'* D, S. Ale, pjits and
<,ujlr,V- .Ten enfa ::. I. A:e. plats ma
4 Ll', "'. i You . . -? E. I. Ale, pint-, g'.aai.
_ casks Bass' A:?, pints ano quarts,
p. ig^ie by ?A& BANCROFT, JR.,
u ?vis ;um'ws No. :oa Eas: Bay.