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loath and Ag?.
BT JIHIS K?SS ?ILL LOWBI.L.
Waft yet my blood ran fail and free,
Gay girls tbe Moses seemed to me,
Forever yoong, forever fair.
With laughing eyes t nat challenge care.
No hoar whan they would not be wooed ;
If I was, tbey were in tbe mood;
We played at courtship all day long,
And cured our painless griefs with song.
Too happy days 1 But, wiser now.
Toree matrons, with un joy rm brow,
And eyes severe, that conquer mine,
I see replace those witches Une.
Their looks convict the cn thrifty years,
Theirs are the roos, the thread, the shears,
Symbols, the artist's triple oiew
To matter, form, and measure dne.
Each lays a finger on ber lip
And sign*, "Beware i the moments slip !"
Bow shall I hope the three to gain f
Together, triumph; singly, pain.
" PALMETTO POLITICS.
Governor Perry's Campaign.
'Hon. B. F. Perry addressed the people of
oartanburg In open daylight last Wednesday,
and A. S. Wallace addressed a small and select
crowd of his folio wera between nine and ten
o'clock the same night. That's about tbe
Terence-daylight and dark.
Governor Perry will address tbe citizens of
Fairfield, at Wlnnsboro,' on Friday, tbe nth
instant. Tbe white citizens promise to give
him a hearty weloome.
Governor Perry addressed a crowded and
highly Intelligent audience, including a
number of ladles, at Orangeburg Courthouse
last Monday. Ho spoke hopefully ot the elec?
tion of Greeley and ol the prospect of impor?
tant advantages to be gained in the State elec?
tion by pursuing a proper policy, and con?
cluded - by urging upon thc people tbe Im?
portante of coming ont to tbe polls in lull
ioroe and voting for the best available candi?
dates then in tbe field.
Tbe Beaufort Consol vatlve?.
Colonel William Elliott, the Democratic
county chairman, bas issued a call to the
Democratic voters of that county to meet at
the Arsenal Hall, in tbe Town of Beaufort, to
yesterday evening, for the purpose of taking
udted action with reierence to the pending
The Fight of the Faction?.
The Bolters or True Republicans held large
and characteristic masB meetings last week.
. at Anderson and Walhalla, which were ad?
dressed by Corbin, Murray, Roberta and
others. Mr. Bowen held a mass meeting,
and addressed two or three thousand of the
colored people ot Walterboro', on tbe 24th
Inst?In a rain storm.
A large mass meeting ot the colored people
of Orangeborg County was held In the Court?
house square at Orangeburg, on Saturday, the
23th ultimo, and addressed by James L. Jami?
son, tbe colored candidate for senator, and
other local orators of tbe Regular persuasion.
A colored "Sunday-school festival and cele?
bration" took place at Zion Branch, Aiken
County, on Saturday, the 28tb ultimo. It com?
menced In a very creditable manner, but soon
turned into a political mass meeting, with
speeches by Holly, Hayne, Jordan and other
local lights of the Moses party.
The Governor has appointed James A. Hoyt J
one of the commissioners of election for An?
derson County, vice John B. Cochran, re?
signed. Tbe appointment was made at the
suggestion of Mr. Cochran, who expressed
the belief that the Democrats ought to be
represented on the board.
There was to be a grand mass meeting of the
Democratic party at Greenvale, yesterday.
Gen. McGowan, Hon. W. D. Simpson, Colonel
L. P. Yoemans and Others will address the
people, and a strong turnout ls expeoied.
Colonel H. J. Caugbman ls the president of |
a flourishing, active and useful Greeley and
Brown campaign club at Mill Creek, Richland
THE PLAINT OF A SOREHEAD.
WhatT. A. Dsvli Know? Abont Con?
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
ffii-j CHARLESTON, October 7.
SIB-It ls rumored in this city that because
I was defrauded ont of my nomination which
I received, and w hich was openly declared by
tho president of the convention of the True Re?
publican party, lo Hibernian H all,ou the 26th of |
September, (by me most Infamous of man?
kind, a man who, by breaking through all ties
of gratitude and of common humanity, and
trampling on the pledges and authority of the
Republican party, procured bis nomination,)
that I have been operating with the Mackey
faction. And now, for the satisfaction of I
those In. this community, wbo have hereto- [
fore given me credit for consistency, I will
?tate that, although by my friends I was as?
sured that their protection would prove a d??
tenos' against all my enemies In that conven?
tion, to which promises they proved unfaith?
ful, and although by the determined efforts of
some of my friends to elevate others who
were far less deserving their support, tried to
put lt out of my power to deserve aBytbingat
at the bands of the Republican party; yet I
have stood mv ground, because my special re?
gard tor the Republican party and its princi?
ples prevents objurgation at present. Far be
It from me to cherish In my breast a spirit of |
SUUcal prejudice, nor would I try to excite it
others. On the contrary I intend to oper?
ate with the True Republican party, whether
I profit thereby or not. I shall not allow m v
selt to oe controlled by passion or prejudice,
b'it shan at ail times be governed by consis?
tency as I always have been. T. A. DAVIS.
THE NEW YORK MAYORALTY.
Nomination of Slr. William Baller
Tbs citizens of New Tork, naturally enough,
take a deep Interest in the municipal election
which comes off next month, and, already,
several gentlemen of high position have been
spoken ol in connection with the office of
mayor. Tbe last of tbese is Mr. Wm. Butler j
Don can, of the firm of Duncan, Sherman A
Co., whose qualifications are explained in the
Herald and World of Wednesday. The former
paper speaks of Mr. Duncan as follows:
We now desire to place before the citizens
of New York a name which cannot fall to
commend Itself at once to theil- favor-the
name of a gentleman wbose high qualifica?
tions for the office will not be questioned. It
ls that of William Butler Duncan, of the well
known banking-house of Duncan, Sherman &
Co. There ls such .eminent fitness in this
nomination that Tammany should maka It at
once and strive earnestly to induce Mr. Dun?
can to accept. We know ot no other citizen
wbo would be as acceptable from every point
of view. Mr. William Butler Duncan's name
has been Identified for years with the Beform
movement. He ls not a Reformer of yester?
day, but a gentleman who bas steadily
and persistently striven to promote
tbe cauls of pure and honest govern?
ment. He Is associated with one of the most
successful banking houses in the world, and
in this business it ts well known that dili?
gence, ability, a thorough knowledge of men,
strict integrity and a character that eau com?
mand public confidence are the essentials of I
success. Mr. Duncan has travelled exten-1
alvely abroad; and le familiar With the police
of foreign capitals aa well as with the wants
and interests of New York.- Hts enterprise
and liberal vie wa have been shown, in-tbe
management of his private busiuess. He
would bring to the discharge of bis public
duties the qualities that have given his house
world-wide reputation and credit. He never
nelda political office in hie life, ls free from
all political lies aud independent of all politi?
cians. He would harmonize all city depart?
ments, and be tn fact as well as in name tbe
head Of tbe City government. Tn ere Is no
single point upon which the election of Wil?
liam Buller Duncan could be objected to, and
Tammany should tender him the nomination
without s day's delay, and thus close the door
against all political bargains and personal in?
trigues. ? The people have the right to demand
snob a nomination as this at tbe bands of the
regenerated and reformed Democracy; and we
warn Tammany that it will be fatal to hesitate
or refuse to make-lt. Last year the Democracy
as an organisation wat the enemy ot reform.
This year lt most prove ' the thoroughness of I
ts purification by becoming Its leader.
The World announces that Mr. Duncan will
accept the nomination, and says:
Wefthave no other citizen who combines
.och un assemblage of qualifications for mayor
ss Mn Duncan. His administrative capacity
ls of the .biggest order; his honor and lu teg
, rlty are attested by many years' flnanclal
! transactions o? the largest scope, which have
won for bim an enviable reputation on boin
coDtinenis; though never an active politician,
he bas always been distinguished for patriotic
publlo spirit; there ls no man living of more
! generous sympathies, or more genial and
popular manners; ami he ls admlrablv fitted
i for the social duties and the Interchange of
courtesies which shed lustre upon high official
Uro (Saab-, Ut.
N E wWT?OODS.
NO. 308 KING STREET,
Begs to announce that he ls now in receipt of
Which has been personally selected daring tbe
past Month, and embraces a full and complete
DBES3 GOODS, PRINTS,
With an endless variety of Trimmings for Oall-1
dren's and Ladles' Underwear.
Also, a fall line of Goods for Boys' and Men's j
wear, together with a large stock or
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
All of which bal been bought at tbe lowest cash
rates, and will be sold for as small a prout as any
otncr house In the city.
An eatly call and inspection ls respectfully so?
No. ?68 KING STREET,
SECOND DOOR BELOW EASEL STREET.
ittineral Sperm ?il
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will not
Ignite at 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and 1B entirely
tdorless. For railroad oars, steamers and dwell?
ing honses ls invaluable.
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectors. President of Chamber
of commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds
of ramilles wno are now
usiQg lt In the city.
Is more bi illlant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now In use.
OIL BURGERS AND OHWNlES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the State of South Carolina,
Dealers In Paints, O ls. Glass Ac., AC,
No. 03 East Bay, South of Postofflce,
octT-imo Charleston, S. 0.
Clothing ano inrmsamg ?ocbs.
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
AND OHOIOE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
14 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
<ZLi??rf, tobacco, Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
His. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of ail kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
. Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly OD
hand. Invest M cents and try your inez.
T. CHAPEAU & GO.,
PXALXKS AMD DI8TTXUBIS OF
rOBP ENTINE AND BOBIN
OFFICE Na 173 EAST BAT,
OH A RUSTON, 8.0.
The highest prices paid for orudp
CD rrj ?ooo s, Vc.
GGGGGGG GRAND .GGGGGGG
GOGO OPENING GOGO
G OF G
GGGO DRY GOGO
GGGGGGG GOODS. GGGGGGG
GGGGGGGGG GGGGGGGGG .
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICTA CO
K?O. 375 KLNG 6TREET,
(BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Have completed their new and elegant Banding,
and are now offering to the Pabilo thc Fall Impor?
In all the latest Fabrics, comprising :
PLAIN CASHMERE*, Irish ann French Poplins
Drap de Niece, Merino* tn all ths newest colors
Pialo. Striped and Fancy Silk
Black silks In all the leading makes
satins. In Black and all other colors
flin Piu-hea, lu all shades
Trimming and Cloaking Velvets, all colora
Dress ann Trimming Epplngllns
Rep Valonrs and Rep Fols
Wool and Silk PopllnB
A new and foll Line of Monro mg Goods
A splendid assortment of Second Mourning Goods
A l ? acas Bombazines, Empress A Henrietta cloths
Laces, Embroideries and Handkerchiefs
Lace Collars, Shawls, Aa, Ac.
On TOESDAY, October 1st, we will open oar
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
Fine OA RTE TS for Fall and Winter 1872.
We will on that day open a fall Line of
Two and Three-Plv Carpets
English and American Ott Cloths, all widths
O ru ?gets, Ron Mats. Ac, &c
AU rh entirely new detlgna.
We have added to oar well assorted Stock of |
Gooda a tull Line of
which win comprise all the latest designs and
fabrics In thai department.
RICH SATIN DAMASK
Plain Silk and Union Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Tahle Covers
Hilr Cloths, Gimps, Ootton Damasks
Cornices, Tassels, Window Shades, Ac.
Oar CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
are complete, and the Finest and Latest Styles
can be fonud at oar establishment.
On WEDNESDAY, October 2d, we will open and
have completed oar
GENTS' FURNISH!NO DEPARTMENT,
offering the.Pabilo the Best and Latest Styles
and Mates of Goods belonging to this department.
Oar MILLINERY DEPARTMENT contains all
the Latest styles of FEATHERS, Flames, Artifi?
cial Flowers; Plain, Groa Grato, two and tbiee
Shaded Ribbon?, In all the most fashionable shades.
DOMESTIC AND LINEN DEPARTMENTS ARE
Ai-Th? Prices of all oar Goods will be regula?
ted according to tho latest New York Price List
Oreit ore has been taken In the completion and
aelectlon of Goods for oar
WHOLES ILE DEPARTMENT,
which, purchased of very first hands only, can be
guard meed to be the cheapest and best selected
Stock in this market.' We moa cordially invite
Merchants. Milliners and Tailors to Inspect oar
Stock of Goods, examine oar Prices, and we can
The Salesroom rorthls Department ls entirely
separate from the Retail Department.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 276 King street.
0i)irl?> aub ?nn?eijmg (Snoba.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
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CHARLESTON, 8. C.
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The Proprietor of the above Establishment has
just returned from New York with a new and
well selected stock or the Celeorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and aU sizes.
Kngilsh Merino and Cotton Hair Hose
Also, a roll selection or the latest Novelties In
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scans, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Scar;a, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walting Canes and UmbreUas.
MEETING STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
panos* (Drgaiis, Vc.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Ooah, or by
Monthly Payments on the moat Uberal terms.
OH ARLES L. M'OLENAHAN,
Plano and M usia Store,
sepa-imos No. isl King street.
(Engines, Macrjiner^, Vc.
PORTABLE. STATIONARY AND AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Milla
Long and Short Ootton Gina
Oom and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tanners', Linseed, Paraphlne,
White Oak Olia, Tallow, Ac, Ac
Engine Mid Mill supplies in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY tu CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS
D r ri (gioobs, Ut.
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FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO
NO. 275 KING STREET,
(BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Have completed their new and elegant Building,
and are now offering to the Pabilo the Fall Impor?
In all the latest Fabrics, comprising:
PLAIN CASHMERES, Irish and French Poplins
Drap de Niece, Merinos lo all the newest colors
Plain, ?triped and Fanev bilk -
Black Silks in all the leading makes
Satins, in Black and all other colon
Silk Plushes, la oil shades
Trimming and Cloaking velvets, all colors
Dress and Trimming Eiiplngllna
Kep Valours and Rep Fois
Wuol and Silk Poplins
A new and full Line of Mourning Goods
A splendid assortment of Second Monrning Goods
Alpacas, Bombazines, Empress A Henrietta uloths
Laces, Embroiders and Handkerchiefs
Lace Collars, Shawls, Ac, Ac.
On TUESDAY, October 1st, we will open our
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
Fine CARPETS for Fall and Winter 1872.
We win on that doy open a full Line of
Two and Three-Ply Carpets
Rngllsb and American Oil Uloths, all widths
Druggets, Hugs, Mats, Ac, Ac,
Ail in entirely new designs.
We have added to onr well assorted Stock of
Goods a foll Line or
which'will comprl-e all the latest designs and
fabrics In that department..
RICH SATIN' DAMASK
Plain Mik and Union Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Table Covers
Hair Cloths, Gimps, Cotton Damasks
Cornices, Tassels, Window Shades, Ac.
Our CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
are complet., and the Fluest and Latest styles
can be found at onr establishment.
On WEDNESDAY, October Sd, we will open and
have completed our.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
offering the Pabllc the Best and Latest Styles
and Makes or Goods belonging to this department.
Onr MILLINERY DEPARTMENT contains all
the latest styles of FEATHERS, Plomes, Artificial
Flowers; Plain, Gros Grain, two and tbree^haded
Ribbons, in all the most fashionable shades.
DOMESTIC AND I,ISBN -DEPARTMENTS ARE
?-Tho Prices or all onr Goods will be regulated
according to the latest New York P. lee List.
Great care has been taken in the completion
and selection of Gooda for oar
which, purchased or very first hands only, can be
guaranteed to be the cheapest and best selected
Stock in this market. We mast cordially invite
Mere t ante, Milliners and Tall- ra to inspect onr j
Stock of Goods, examine oar prices, and we can
Tbe Salesroom for thia Department is entirely
separate from the Retail Department.
PUKOHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
uepSO No. 276 King Btreut.
WRIGHT ft WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
Wo take pleasnre la presenting to the planters
and pabilo a Horse Power gotten ap by Messrs.
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau?
fort Coon ties, & C.. which is a moat perfect ma?
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense of less power than anything vet In
one; ls strong, simple and durable, can be used
with eqnal ease for gloulng cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, on a forty-saw
gin in good order, with two males, moderate
galt, gin lBoo pounds lint cotton per day; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. One mule can pall lt; light
for two. lt stu In a frame lo tbe house;can be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
Another Important feature or this Power ls
that the rising or railing or the floor of the boase
does not affect the working or the gear in any
This ls a Southern enterprise, and no humbug
Price $128, and freight, ready for patting ap.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. OLARK,
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for Sooth Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick,* of the Savannah River Associa
Moa, AUeadale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen?
dale; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and F. Milton
Kennedy, of the south Carolina Conference; Gen?
eral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse;
Captain R. D. Sean, columbi ?; F. j. Pelter, Esq.
aad Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. C.
?Those marked thoa have Been the Power at
work. . JunS-tuth9DAC4moa
&T0tttit9, liquors, Ut.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENT3 FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE it 00.
Sole Agents for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand of PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
K YES and BOURBON.
. These Whiskeys are guaran teed pure KENTU CKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound Im?
purities, and highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical use. The Brand is patented
to prevent Infringements.
BAKEHOUSE BROS. A CO..
We r?sped folly Inform oar friends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly on band a tall supply
or the above already favorably well known wnla?
cys, and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices. H. KLATTE A CO.,
aagsi-stothemo No. 186 East Bay.
SIMMONS HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LITER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
."" f"*1 DD ,n u^d'?n^ saving time and trouble, and lnaur
lng a proper proportion of euch valuable Ingredient. -
?~?tJ"J?Ud..aDd.. ge1Ue ,n I? action. It removes the bile from the system. It Imparts tone and
5SSS?t^K??*.S*m? lt K*1T 0,6 llver a healthy character and restores the sinking and
b?rd^t0 ?.ea.uil aDd 8tren&<& Tnto Medicine has heen tried by ibonsands and never found
SSli^iL.n7ir.i i^?^J*?>M ?m have the bloom of health, the eye its lastre, the brain its
P if; i t^BSsSS'Si l5B refcble.,??><l prove tbe greatest blessing to those who suffer.
Try lt roryourselvt s and you will recommend lt to your friends. ?<
FOR SALE BT DRDGQIST3 AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
Kiwn * Rn?nnnnrrn wai,i" " WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
KING A ROSBOBOUGH. Waldo, Florida, Proprietors. . augl-tbituamos
NO. 189 MEETING STREET,
ivo. ea EAST BAY
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Guaranteed Capital.. 500,000
Deposited with State
Security of Policy?
OF MACON, GA.
W. 3. JOHNSTON, President.
W. S. HOLT, Vice-President.
GEO. S. OBEAR. Secretary.
[J. W. BURKE. General Agent
J. MERCER GREEN, M. D., Med
W. J. MAGILL, superintendent of
0. F. MCCAY, Actuary.
WILSON GLOVER, AGENT,
Office rf Messrs. L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
Ma. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above safe and popular Company, ls prepared to take Risk?
in any patt of the State on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Rates offered by une Company, and of which the special features are:
L Policies not Forfei tabla,
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends declare 1 ar d paid annually after second year.
4. Policies paid wilbla sixty days after death.
6. One-third premium lamed when desired. ".*: ,'.
J. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
^ai?'uorc, ftgrirnUnral implements, Ut.
HART & CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferredjto the Shovel Mould,
price $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Home
Ploughs, both Oast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LINES OF
F J<- I R B A N K ' S SOCLES*
BURDICK'S HAT AND FODDER CUTTER.
We aire also in Receipt of a Full Line of
BEST FISH LINES,
H[ A R T Ac O O .,
39 Hayiie Street, and Corner of Kine; and Market.
OCtl-UthEDAC CHARLESTON, S. C.
%nttm %a?t^^i* gag.
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
BACON AND HAMS. > =. ? - :
THIS DAY, at 9 n'dnrf. we wtu aelL
6000 pounds BACON SHOULDERS
6000 pounds Clear Bacon Sides
1600 poonda S O. Hams. "; . "H i vj - .
Conditions cub.. .*. :' ..,u^iooli-.
By LA?RE?', ALEXANDER & CO, v.
BELLIES, STJBIPS, HAMS, Ac.
THIS DAY, tbs Sta inst., will be sold
before onr store, at loree q. natter* patt B o'c-ocfc,
. 600 choice D. S ss C. t>mall BELLIES ??. .
600 Choice s. c N. Y. Small Strips
soo Canvassed Hams
200 Pla Banu and Shoulders
Barrels Appies, Potatoes and Onions,
uro und now, Cheese, Mackerel, Aa, Aa
Bf JOHN G. MIXNOB A CO. f-,
DEY GOODS AND 8UNDHIES. THIS
DAY, 8th instant, at half past 10 o'clock,
we will sell at oar Store. No. 1S6 Meeting street,
% largs assortment or desirable Goods, Jan re?
ceived: Paney, and Mourning PHI MTS, Alloy
Printed Meltons, Black and Printed satinets,
Kentucky Jeans, Bleached and Brown Shirting.
Hine Plaids, Denims. Blue Drills, White,. Red and
Bray FianneL Cotton Flannel,.Cotton Flannel
Unices. Pap*r Cambrics, White Tuck skins. Bal?
moral skirts. White and ??4B^Brhwh Hate
Mixed Half Hose, English Brown Hair Hdse,
Head and Pocket HandKerchlets, Lot Blanket,
Wrsppers, *e. Conditions cash._; oct"
vmtm By MILES; DBAI3S. jj, _
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, Ac. . '
THIS MOKNING. at 10 o'clock, I WlO aeR
it my Store, corner King and Liberty.streets.
An assortment of Doable and ?ugle, Toaster,
Round and rqoare Corner BEDSTEADS; Crt os,
ffalnnt and Marble-Top Tables and Chairs, to
Terms cash._?? ? : ? :. -.. *ct*
i . .~r**
?Bttion Saleo-?ulnxz Dapa.
By WM. McEAY.
BANKRUPT STOCK OP K L. MORRIS
& co.. removed for convenience of sale.
Will sell TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, : and
FBU&4DAY, at io o'clock, at the sign or-ihSKed
flag. No. 46 Wentworth street,' a large assorted
?took, consisting la part ot : Heavy All-wool
Slack and Gold-mixed CASSI M ERES, Blaokand
Paney Satinets, Cottoned es, Tweeds, Kerseys,
leans. White, Rfd and Fancy, F?amela. .A4 Mel?
on Cloaking?, Fine Ca-slmere Teats, Coats, Pants,
Slack and colored Al paean, Bleached and .Brown
Joining, Prints, L. B. Belknaps, Calico, Hickory
?nd Cotton Flannel Shirts, White and Colored Un*
lersblrts and Drawers, Men and Boya'Felt and
wool Hats, capa, thirty (80) cases of assorted
Brogans, Shoes and Gaiters, cartoons Paper.Silk
Ribbon, assorted colors; 60 pair Army Blankets,
ind a large assortment or Hoaiery. Gloves, L. L.
md Madras Handkerchiefs, spool Cotton, Jewel?
ry, Soape, Perfumery, Aa. Terms-all sums Ta?
ler (loo cash, over SlOO thirty days' approved
city acceptance. Goods now open for Inspection.
By B. M. MARSHALL A BRO. a;
DWELLING AND STORE, EAST COR?
NER B?rgard and Sires streets. - ..
On THURSDAY, Jeth Inst., at ll o'clock, will be
sold near the Poatoffloe, Broad street,... ??a ?
The above TIN ROOFED DWELLING,-of *
square roots and store, with kltoaea of a rooms.
UK 17 by 86, ".ST?TSS
Terms made known at sale. oct?t!ntu4 -,
By B, M. MARSHALL A BRO.
NO. 32 ALEXANDER STREET, NORTH
OF CHAPEL. .. v:,:
On THURSDAY. 10th lost., at ll o'clock, will be
sold, near thePoatotflee, " .?.
A DWELLING of 4 rooms and Broth store, oh a
veryhigh lot. described above. Lot 40 by loo reet,
more or less. ?ti-njsm <.? .? <
TermB cash. ._ octs-thsfoi:..
. Br R. M. MARSHALL' A BBO.x
CHOICE RESIDENCE, No. 27 LEGARE
STREET. ?? IO IhA'SJB IC
On THURSDAY, ioth Inst., at ll o'clock, watt*
sold near the Poatoffloe. Brr?i street, > *.D
The above RES ID - NOE. having* square rooms,
Salties, large pantry and drea ing-rcom,- with
water conveyed to second, story, doable plant;
also, a Brick Bonding of 8 rooms, with aa upper
piazza, conneoud with that of the main House.
Other outbuildings on the Lot, which measures
66 by 107 feet BX Inches, more or leis.
Terms easy; made known at site. 1 "A
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OHN RUG H EI MEB,
No. 141 KINO STREET,
WTC8T SIDS, A FBW DOORS NOETS OP QDTBY STRUT,
Would respectfully inform his friends that h?
has Just returned from New York with a largs
and well selected stock or the latest styles or .?"? .
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Also, a foil assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,.
CELEBRATED STAB SH IBIS.
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No. 88 HAS ?L ST!
18 NOW RECEIVING A NEW SUPPLY OP
ALL KINDS OF
And la selling at his usually low prices which have
gamed ror bim such a very liberal patronage, beth
la City and country. Try him, you will go again.
He ls sole Agent for the
.'WAKEFIELD" EARTH CLOSET,
The only one which dares claim to give satis?
Go to "WHITE'S" for your FURNITURE ls the
word all over i he state. oe. 5-stu th i mo
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This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercury, or any In?
jurions mineral substance, butts
For forty years It bas proved its great value In
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good and great in ail pans or
the country vouch ror Its wonderful ami peculiar
power In purifying the Blood, Mimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and I m par Gag new lire'
and vigor to the whole system. 8IMMO?W?
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a . . S fsiti-<
It contains four medical elements, never united
In the same happy proportion la any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonia an unexceptionable Alterative and Alcer?
tain Oorreoilve of au impurities or the body,
such signal success hsaattended lu ase that it is
now regarded ac the .r.
: GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and the painful oflSprtng
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation. Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, Coria D??
pression of Spirits, Soar Stomach, Hean Born,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR . fl .,
Macon, Ga,, and PnlitdelpbU.
PRIOR-$t per package; sent by maU postage
paid, $126. ?repared ready for ase In boiUss,
$ For'sale bv P. WINEMAN i CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ' ' i -
m~r Beware or all counterfeits sad lmtta
tions. angs-thitnoAwSmoa .
TOOSES GOLDSMITH A SON, .
COLONNADE ROW, TENDUE BANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAI
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and til kinda of
Dealers in OOTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch.
Piston. . tBayao-mwtiyr