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"FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1866.
G E JSTT S,
Tb? following are the A.conts for Ulis paper:
W. A. HEMING WAV, General Traveling and Coueoting
* l?cv." COLIS MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col
TOW \S--.NO & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
? O? D^GGODAtAN, Cross Hill, Laurens District, S. C.
J.' V.'NKTHERS. Union, .S. C.
Captain \V. E. BABLE, Crtf-onvillo, S. C.
CoL J. J. BYAN, Uarnwcil, S. C.
J. T. DulJOlS, Marion.
C S HARUY, handy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla.
PATRICK. & HUV.EY, Macon, Ga.
J Y H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. C.
J. R. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C.
W. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C.
B.'F. BBADFORD, Walterboro', S. C.
H. L. DAKB, Sumter, S. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C.
J M. BROWN. " Southerner omeo," Darlington, b. C.
M. M. QUINN & UKO., Augusta.
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Gr..
IS\AC 1?AVEGA, A?cntinNcw Yorl:.
j. L. SHECUT, Aficnt at Atlanta, Ga.
WM. HENDERSON, Agent at BenncttsviUe, S. C.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-The engine on tho An-1
derson branch was thrown from the track and bad- |
ly disabled, near Belton, on Saturday afternoon.
We Lave net learned the particulars.
?Ti il m C. Miller has been appointed Postmaster!
at C aroniqafc, Pickchs District. Thomas White- |
sides, Esq., of York District, S. C., has beeu ap?
pointed by the G vernor Agent for the Catawba
Indiana. This-tribe numbers souio forty males.
The Legislature made an appropriation at the last
session of S1200 for supplying thc wants of these
THE PRICES OF PROVISIONS.-Information from
the most important centres of trade and from the
best informed sources indicates % decided and
steady depression in the general provision market
throughout thc country. Taking tho condition of
the three important markets of New York, Cincin?
nati and Chicago, we find the tendency to decline
in nearly every article of "provision uniform and
steady, ?nd, unless there should he an expected
increase of the foreign demand for breadstuffs,
the market value of Hour and corn will bo consid?
erably reduced in a short time.-Savannah News.
A GOOD MAN HAS FALLEN.-It is with pain that
we announce the death of ono of our most esteem?
ed and respected citizens, Thomas W. Flemiijg,
Esq., who died in this city yesterday afternoon at
half-past two o'clock, after a lingering illness of
Mr. Fleming has been intimately connected with
the trade of this city for many years, having been
extensively engaged in tho produce and commission
business, and was known by all with whom he had
business relations as a merchant of enlarged and
liberal views and of the strictest integrity. The
death of such a man is a great loss to any commu?
nity; and moro especially at a time like this, when
the foundations of our social system are rocked to
their base, and mercantile honor and probity arc
becoming less rigid and inflexible than in the ear?
lier and botter days of tho Republic.
As a business man, Mr. Fleming was energetic,
faithful, industrious, prompt, and strictly honora?
ble; as a member of society, he was generous,
public-spirited and benevolent; in his domestic
relations, gei-tle, affectionate, tender and confid?
It was our good fortune to have known him well
and intimately during the last few years, and it
affords us a melancholy pleasure to record this
public tribute to his fine and manly character.
North Carolina Items.
MORE THIEVING.-W? learn that Mrs. Eliza
Herriet, of Pcliocksville, was robbed on Thursday
night last, of several hundred pounds of bacon
and pork, together with quite an amount of other
provisions, which she had collected on her farm.
Mrs. Herriet is a widow lady, and bas no protec?
tion. The robbery is supposed to have been com?
mitted by a band of negroes. Our informant states
that there has been considerable activity among
the colored population in that vicinity, and unusu?
al travelling upon the country roads."
We hope our Police will keep on th alert for
the perpetrators of th's robbery, as it is thought
they came in this direction.
[N?u??ern Journal of Commerce.
IN??NPL\BI.CM RAMPANT.-Ihc barn and sheds of
Lieut. W. K. Hammond, on Blount'a Creek, Beau?
fort county, were entirely destroyed by ?re on
Saturday night last, about 10 P. M.* A buggy,har?
ness, and near 3000 pounds of tmginned cotton
were burned in the buildings. It is supposed the
incendiaries scattered turpentine about the floor
and then ignited it, as the names enveloped every?
thing iu a very few minutes. Lieut. Hammond's
loss was about $1400.
This is the second time the same establishment
has been destroyed by an incendiary.
[Newbern Journal of Commerce.
On yesterday week, as we learn, a difficulty oc?
curred at Halifax between Mr. John Ponton, a
well known citizen of this County, and Thomas
Weeks, of Halifax. Weeks cut Mr. Ponton's jaw
entirely through from the mouth to the ear.
On the Sunday, following Weeks was making
some disturbance in the hotel, and on his brother
(Redman Weeks) remonstrating with him, he cut
him dangerously in two places. We are glad to
learn that Redman is now improving. Mr. Ryland,
a photographic artist, was also severely wounded
hy Thomas Weeks_Weldon Slate.
EXTENSIVE COTTON ROBBERY.-We regret to
learn that the cotton house of Messrs. Heath &
Weatherbee,- across the Trent River, was broken
open on Thursday night and 2000 to 3000 pounds
of seed cotton was stolen therefrom. We have not
heard the particulars, but it sterns that on Thurs?
day these gentlemen discharged their watchman,
and bid not procured another by night, so that
the premises were left unguarded It is hard to
think that the labors of one entire summer should
he crippled in one night. 'Our readers will remem?
ber that it was this same cotton the thieves were
after when they attempted to murder the watch?
man a few nights ago.-Newbern Commercial.
REVS. POWER KVO PBATHEB.-A telegraphic'dis?
patch brings us the gratifying intelfigenes that
the Rev. W. C. Pow r- ha . been returned as pastor
of the Methodist Episcopal Church in this city.
We congratulate the church and community on
this reappointme.it. Mr. P. has made many friends
here, both in and out of the church. .
We are also much pleased to know that the Rev.
J. J. Prather has been assigned to Calvary Mis?
sion-a church which he, in conjunction with Rev.
John F. Butt, has built up. Mr. P. is a zealous
Christian and a useiul man, and will accomplish
much good in his field of labor.-Charlotte Times.
NEW WAY TO BAISE MONEY.-We are credibly in?
formed that a wedding party took pin re in this city
a few nights since, among" the 'nipper crzzt" o"i
darkeydom, at which a mode'of raisjr;? money to
start the newly married pair on. their journey
through life, as hovel as it was ing?rions, was
adopted The g uests, of whom there w jre a large
number, received the usual cards of invitation, but
at the door were required to pay an entrance fee ol
$5. Cerberus having received his sop, they were
permitted to enter the charmed precincts, and aftei
getting in were required to expend $5 more foi
cakes, candies, ?cc., at a pretty neavy advance OE
first cost, the profits on which, as well as the ad?
mission fee, were turned over as the perquisites ol
the bride and groom. Some of tho guests de?
murred to both of these arrangements, "cussed
and quit," but the -majority look the requisition!
upon their' purses in good part, shelled out th?
mopusses, and "went in" with a rush for all th?
fun that was to be had. SVhethor they got their
money's woith this deponent saith not.
About silk-culture, a correspondent of the Bo?
ton Journal writes from Florence, Italy, as fol
. lowe :
This whole section of country is more or le?
engaged in silk-raising. The plains of Lombard}
are planted with mulberry orchards, and at th<
foot of each mulberry tree yon see a grapevine
Very little of. the silk raised is manufactured here
there aro a few manufactures of silk goods al
Milan, but nearly all pf the raw silk is purchased
by Swiss merchants, taken over the Alps to Zuriet
and Northern Switzerland, manufactured there
and. then shipped to the United States. The
American Consul at Milan, Rev. Mr. Clark, informs
me that he has been approached by some of th<
Milan merchants who desire more intimate com'
merci al relations with the United States. The]
wonder that tho Americans, who they say are thc
most ingenious people on the earth, do not mann
facture silk instead of paying the Swiss for doing ii
and then paying a heavy duty upon the mauufac
Madame George Sand has lately published new
comedy, De Lis du Japon.
. Miss Craik, the author of John Halifax, is re?
ported to be engaged on a new novel. !
Messrs. Hilton & Co. have in the press a new
work, entitled Homeless.
Messrs. Harper & Bros. have in preparation Tho
Land of Thor, Dy J Ross Browne, with illustrations
by thc author.
Mr. Robert Buchanan is tho editor of Wayside
pn<Mr- (';.. gao art gift book of thc Danziel Broth?
ers l'or 18U7.
Mr. George Augusta Sala has a paper in the No?
vember number of the Temple Bar Magazine, en?
titled Table Talk in a Whisper.
Tho cntiro series of Flaxmans illustrations of
Dante, ono hundred and eight in number, aro an?
nounced for publication in London from tho origi?
M. Paul Fcval has finished tho concluding
volume of his novel, La Cavali?re, which is about
to be dramatized. It ia considered his most suc?
Miss Annie Thomas contributes a talo to th e ri val, /
or original, Belgravia, tho second number of which
is out. Tho titlo is Eaglesbourno, or the Friends 1
of a Summer. (
Slr. Anthony Trollope's new serial story is c:iti- 1
lied The Last Chronicle of Bareet. It will bo pub- ?
lished in weekly numbers, with illustrations by Mr.
George H. Thomas, thc first number to bc issued
on the 1st Decombor.
Mr. D. Van Nostrand has in preparation A
Treatise on Entrenchments, by Francis I. Lippctt,
? Brigadier-Genoral of Volunteers; Luce's Seaman- :
ship, third revised edition; and Coffin's Navigation,
and Nautical Astronomy, third revised edition.
! Messrs. D. Appleton & Co. announce translations
of Frederick the Great and bis Relations, tho Mer?
chant cf Berlin, Louisa of Prussia, Napoleon in
Germany, and Frederick the Great iii Bohemia,
fine historical romances, by Miss L. Muhlbach, tho
j Messrs. Hurd & Houghton have nearly ready
Tho Arabian Nights, a New Translation, revised,
! with notes, by thc ROT. George Tyler Townsend,
M. A., with sixteen full-page illustrations by
Houghton, Dalzicl. etc., and Tho King's Ring, by
Theodore Tilton, illustrated by Frank Jones.
Colonel J. G. Wilson has finished his work enti?
tled Tho Poets and Poetry of Scotland, from the
Earliest to tho Present Time, on which ho has
been engaged since leaving the army., It will
make a large 8vo volume, a,nd will be illustrated
with numerous portraits. Ho also has in press, to
bo published shortly by Richardson & Co., of this
city, a volume of Sketches of Illustrious Soldiers
of thc Past Four and Present Centuries. Tho vol?
ume will bo illustrated with engraved portraits on
The Christmas number of London Society, which.
wiU be ready about the 15th of December, w?l con?
tain sketches and stories by Mark Lemon, Tom
Hood, Horace Mayhew, James Greenwood, An?
drew Halliday, Mary Howitt, Annie Thomas, and
Eleanora L. Hervey, and twenty illustrations by
George Cruikshank, Charles Keene, George Du
Manner, Paul Gray, M. Ellen Edwards, J. D. Wat?
son, A. B. Houghton, John Leighton, and other
S. Oxon, or in full, Samuel, Lord Bishop of Ox- 1
.ford, has recently written an introduction to a <
volume of selections, entitled " Literary Pearls j
Strung at Random," which contains, among others, ;
the following "pearl:"
"Where, O where are the visions of morning.
Fresh as the dews of our prime ?
Gone, like tenants that'quit without warning,
Down the back entry of time !" .
How THE LAST AUSTRIAN OFFICES LEFT VENICE.
-It was tho last Austrian Governor of Venice, the
last Gessler of his race, General Alemann. Thc ,
quay was thronged* with people-girls, national
guards, old men. They made a silent path through
them to the water's edge? whence passed the Aus?
trian, a bearded man ol iron gray, full of those
outward graces which, are learned in his military
school, a man wliO could command the execution
of Kossuth or Garibaldi with qmet dignity, and go
to bed thereafter without remorse. He and his
troops, who bad silently sailed away the night
precedinc: in tho darkness and without observa?
tion, were all of the stolid graciousness which
obeys orders w:thout passion, and executes injus- c
tice with the deportment of a dancing-master. As ?
his gondola passed off, he raised bis hat. A silent \
waving of handkerchiefs from the quay gave him" I c
farewell. There was no regret in the soul of any <
man or woman thus saluting him, except the natu- t
ral solemnity of this polite Meaking of chains and i
the flush of freedom tempered for an inst-?t ?it?L
the sudden comprehension of its grave responsi- 1
bili ties. His gondolier landed bim> still waving 3
his hand, upon the deck of an Austrian ship. One 1
I gun of adieu sounded over tile lagoon, and Venice ]
I contain** n? saldier save her own, no law but the j
I free behavior of her people, no flag, or any desig- .
THE Japan Herald of September 29 gives a full J
account ot the death of the Tycoon. He died, it j
appears, at Osaca, about three weeks previously, ,
of a disease resembling dropsy, unknown in Eu- \
rope, but to which Japanese are liable, and called ,
by them kake. The Herald adds: "He was very j
inert by nature, and although sympathy is felt for i
one dyin, so young, and just as family endear?
ments were commencing with him, yet for the good :
of the country a much more able man was requi- [
site. This we are led to expect in his successor, ;
t?totsbasbi, for whom the Gorogiahave unanimous- :
ly voted and made known their choice to the Mika- ,
do, and Stotsbashi is now in full charge of the
government. We have further information to the
effect that three powerful daimios, Iwami, Bizen
and Inshiu, whose territories'are between. Kioto
and Nagato, and who hesitated to join the late Ty?
coon, have not only sent in their adherence to
Stotsbashi, but also a contingent to aid his cause.
The official promulgation of Stotsbashi's appoint?
ment is not yet made, owing to much time unne?
cessary for going through preliminary forms.
There was a rumor 4hat he had been murdered,
but it is denied on high authority."
AMONO the newspaper gossio in circulation is a
statement that Mr. B. P. Shillaber (the famed and
famous "Mrs. Partington") is about to dissolve :
his connection with the Gazette. Mr. Shillaber
has occupied an arduous and responsible post on
that paper for many j-ears. As "Mrs. Partington"
and her son "Ike," and under other aliases, he has
freely contributed those characteristic sayings
which, in point of genr?nc^humor, are far above
anything of the kind in American literature; they
have had many imitators, but never an equal. Mr.
Shiliaber's fine poetical taste in selection and com?
position have also given the paper a high charac?
ter in that department; indeed, he is one of those
rare newspaper men, newspaporial by instinct as
well as education, who are pithy, ready and quick
at any kind of journalistic work, and good ac ali.
Mr. Clapp has had an able coadjutor in Mr. Shilla?
ber, and in losing his services the Gazette loses
what has long been a strong and engaging element
in its columns.
POULTRY.-The mild weather yesterday was un?
favorable for the preservation of the large amount
' of poultry on the market. For several days past
, the receipts of turkeys, chickens, and wild game,
have been very large, and as much of both was
dressed, its liability to serious injury was very
i great? We hear that one firm shipped yesterday
; to New York over 1000 pounds of dressed turkeys,
I it being impossible to dispose o; them in this
i market. One house literally gave away, Tuesday
. evening, a large quantity of prairie chickens, that
. they might not spoil on their hands. ......
i We learn that an entire car load of game was
. received here yesterday afternoon by the Wabash
I Road, and that for twenty-four hours previous.y
. over twenty tons went through here destined for
I the New York market.-Toledo Blade.
i -:-? ? ?
i SEWARD AND GREELEY.-These men do not
) waste any compliments on each other. A jour
' nalist who was in Washington during the war says
that he one day asked Secretary Seward his opin?
ion of Horace Greeley. ''Horace Greeley," said
Seward, "is a great maa-a man so full of genius
. and of such power that if he had a particle of com?
mon sense we shoull have to hang nim. But he is
a d-d fool and therefore harmless." After com?
ing toNew Xork, the journalist, dining with the
3 editor of the Tribune, inquired his opinion of
r Seward. "Seward has brains enough,'*" was the
5 reply, "to gov?rn this country. No man has a
, clearer or better head; but the trouble with Seward
: ia that he is an infernal scoundrel."-Exchange.
I THE Chattanooga Committee, now in Cincinnati
i for the purpose of procuring aid to construct the
, proposed railroad between those two points, are
5 certainly not "drawing it mild" in their induce
i menta offered. In then: memorial they say :
j It is well known to your Chamber of Commerce,
- and particularly well known to our merchants
T South, that the railroads leading from the Ohio
? valley through louisville and Nashville to points
- south of those cities and the Cumberland moun
b tains, that tr i de is taken away from your city by
- j the heavy discrimination made in freight in favor
I of the above named cities.
1 Large ?I?? c::ie?u!iy selected Stock
"WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under tho super?
vision of experienced Chemists, which, onablos us to re
:ommond them as pure and reliable in strength.
Wo keep on hand-all articles to bc found in a arst-olass
?nig Store. Fresh additioua aro received by ovory
J8GS" PRESCRIPTIONS carefully put np.
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
- No. 131 MEETING STREET.
North of Market
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.
-H. DAER,' M. D.
No. 153 MEETING- STREET,
POKMERLY JOHN ASHHOBST ANO CO.)
5EORGE 0. GOODRICH,)
PHILIP W1NEMAN, V SOUTH CAROLINA.
rOHN, ASHHURST, }
MEDICINES AND GHEEEIGALS,
ALL OF WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
'ARE, AND WELL BE SOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
october ?7 lAnonnt 1! fimos
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not subject to some affection
if the lungs or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
iremonitory symptoms, 2?eraVRte tho complaint, until
lise&se strikes* its shafts, "caus?ug inexpressible torture
>f the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
i ooldl" "A Blight sore throat!" is tho h^aiess remark
if many when so affected. Yea ; "Only c. cold," waa the
boughtless expression of thousands whom Death bas
narked for his prey.
Fprewarri??_i"0ream6? ] should be Iba motte forever
n the minds of all subject to Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advice should be heeded by all ent?
ering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief ie
rit.hin their reach; and, ii' neglected, fatal consequences
?nsue-& life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex
stence. A contest in which there can be but one victor
Does it not appal the strongest mind, to thin ? > the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? r ate??
smo can be offered, when timely warning is ?lundcd lu
four ears? When the danger is pointed > it, why not
ivoidlt? MABSDEN'S PECTORAL BA TAT L;I been used
with success in nearly a minion of cassi, rid is endorsed
by the Medical Faculty as the mos: rrompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific reseirjn has discovered, to
relieve and cure ?ll cases of Co ir bs, Colds, Influenza,
ind Consumption, if the casa 1.? not beyond all hope.
Sven when the sufferer is i i the last stages, he will find
relief by using this preparation. One bottle will con?
vince the most incr?dula -t?, that the merits of this prepa?
ration are by no means exaggerated; in fact, fall far short
of the eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by its . i rr. ely use. A guarantee accompanier
each bottle and dealers are instructed in every instance
to refund the money when this preparation fil?is to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 437 Broadway, New
Price, 50 cents small bottle; SI large size.
KING &. CASSI1DEY,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And all Retail Druggists. 3.no December 4
'JL' ZEEL _h?
IS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
IN THE WORLD.
IT 13 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and the least bable to get out of order.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock, Knot,
Double Lock and Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
alike on both sides of the fabric
The work wiU feed either to tho right or left without
stopping the machine.
It will Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Cord, Hem, Fell, Bind,
Gather and Stitch on a Ruffle at the same rime, and do all
kinds of Stitching required by Families and Manufac?
It runs easily, and is almost noiseless.
It is the most rapid sewer in the world, making five
stitches to each revolution.
It uses the same size threads on both sides of the
It oils no dresses, all ito machinery being on top of tho
Its tension is self-adjusting, and hence not liable to
break the thread.
MACHINES may be seen in operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY STORE, corner of King and Hasel streets,
where the truth of the abovo will be demonstrated to all
who may call.
In every District hi the State, to whom liberal induce?
ments will be offered.
For further information, call on, or address
C. W. DENNIS & CO.,
General Agents for South Carolina.
December 20_ _ Imo
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT DEWBERRY a H., AT
S3 per annum, and, having a large circulation
through all the upper and lower District* of fha State,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which apply
to our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at tho Mills House.
THOS. F. & R. H. CRENEKER.
November 15 JUntors ana ?rxopneiors.
PAUKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLES A LE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 BAST BAY STREET,
December 21 Imo Under tho Amerton Hotel.
/^V OID CLOTHING
\jj O 8AH1ORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Baj.
December 24 Imo
FALL IND WINTER GOODS,
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. 32 BROAD STREET.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HTS FRIENDS
J and tho public generally that ho ia now receiving
his Stock of
FALL AND WITED GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Cassimerea, iu great variety ?f styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Cassimere Vestings.
All of which aro of the best
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
I take pleasure in informing the public that having ae- j
cured tho services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
in Europe and America, is prepared to guarantee A FIT
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
I would inform the old patrons of the establishment that
I have their
AND CAN FILL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS i
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
No. 35 URO 41) STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF "WHICH WELL BE MADE TO OKPEB Al
November 97_MERCHANT TATLOg.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL D EALES IN
CLOTHS, CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23_Cmos_CHARLESTON. S. C.
CARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS j
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING:, NOS. 55, 57, 59
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CAR HART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo A. T. HAMILTON.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
ALBEE & WARREN,
Wholesale and B?tail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering onr Stock of
Which is complete,
GREATLY SEDUCED PRICES.
City and Country Merchants are
I respectfully invited to gire os a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. * BLAYNE STEKKT,
> Sign Lamp Banner.
December lt Imo
STEAM OAS BTTTBiR. AMP PI.PMBBR,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES. OAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
TENDED TO. No. 116 EXNG STREBT,
AprD 6 Between Broad and Qaeea street*.
DRY GOODS, ETC.
Just Received, at the*
No. 287 King street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OTJB
VERY LAEGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF
FAM MD STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Host of which has jost been purchased by one of thc !
Firm at much lower prices than we have yet been able
to show this season.
Oar city and country friends, and the public generally,
are respectfully invited to examine OUR STOCK before
purchasing elsewhere. We will guarantee all Goods at j
the lowest market prices.
Some Goods we are offering at very low prices,
LINEN CRASH, for Towels, at. 10c.
BLEACHED LINEN CRASH at. 12>?c.
VERY GOOD LONGCLOTH at. 12??c.
GOOD SHIRTING LONGCLOTH from.17 to 20c
GOOD BROWN SHIRTINGS at 7 yds. for.$1.00
CALICOES at. 12J?c
A FEW MOURNING CALICOES, a little dam?
aged, at. 12>?c.
NEW STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES, at
.16?,18J?, 20 to 25c
ONE CASE OF ASSORTED PURPLE PRINTS,
ranging from.20 to 30c.
4-4 PURPLE PRINTS, English.
4-4 BROWN MIXED PRINTS, French.
We have also opened entirely new and very desirable
patterns, in all of the very best makes of PRINTS.
FURNITURE PRINTS AND WHITE AND COLORED
MESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUNTER, which contains a
variety of Gooda at ahnoet half price, consisting of a few
COLORED WORSTED PLAIDS,
COLORED CASHMERE PLAIDS,
PLAID LUSTRES, for Mourning.
Together with other DRESS GOODS, which are very
cheap at twenty-five cerita.
ALSO TO OUR THIRTY TO THTRTY-FIVB CENT
COUNTER, which contains an assortment of
PLAIN AND "MIX KP POPLINS,
A FEW PIECES OF PLAIN MEBTNOES AND STRIPED
DELAINES, double width, which we now offer at 30 to
35 cents-original prices 50 to 65 cents.
We also invite attention to many other styles of I
DRESS GOODS that we have marked down in Bimilar
ENGLISH ' MERINOES AND COBURGS.
FRENCH MERINOES, from..$1.00 to 1.25 and $1.40.
Some of the pieces are very cheap in all shades.
FULL LINES OF EMPRESS CLOTHS IN ALLI
COLORS, in Drabs, Slates, Royal Purple, French Blue,
Mazarine Blue, Maroons, ?tc, Sic, which we will sell !
I cheap; together with almost every style of DRESS
i GOODS usually brought to this market.
I WE ARE SHOWING FULL LINES OF GOODS IK
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT.
CLOTHS AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRTS IN THE BEST
BLACK GOODS AND SILK GOODS DEPART?
We are offering a beautiful Une of Colored Silks and
full line of Black Silks in au qualities.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Fflll lines of English and German Hosiery.
Two fuB Unes of French Kid Gloves in every number.
OUR LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT will be
found well stocked with all the most useful articles for
family and housekeeping purposes; togathar with every
I other article to be found in our line, which we will sell
? at the lowest market prices JOT CASH OB CITY AC?
Our country Meads san snake their purchases by
order, or should they visit the city, wa win be glad to
1 have them call on us.
N. B.-SAMPLES AND PRICE LISTS sent ftes Of
(barge to any part of the State.
Be sure and call at
NO. 287 KING STREET,
(Bancroft's Old Stand).
- December Tl -
DRY GOODS, ETC.
JUST RECEIVED, PER BRIG CARDIGAN, FROH
Liverpool, a full lino of
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
BROADCLOTHS & CASSISES,
Merinos,?ndersliirtSjF?Dli?s Mk peas.
STRAUSS, TANCES & CO.?
November 23 ?5 No. 130 MEETING STREET.
FANCY GOODS. BRUSHES
WE H AV" JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM LT??
150 dozen FRENCH CORSETS, assorted sizes
100 dozen HAIR. FURNITURE, AND CLOTHES
A full supply of FANCY. GOODS for the City and Cona,
STRAUSS, YANCES & CO.,
November 23 fS No. 130 MEETING STREET.
?STO. 24,8 King Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND) MARKET STS^.
"O ESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION OS
AX THE PUBLIC to bis varied Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCED PRICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
5000 YARDS BLACK AND WHITE POPLINS, at 15?.
With a large variety of other DRESS GOODS ranging on
the same price.
Our IRISH POPLINS and SLLK GOODS are worth th?
attention of customers and those seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. The attention of the
Ladles is particularly requested to the same.
The Linen Department is weU supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, with a large assortment of
TO WELLINGS, all of the most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
Those seeking such will find my 6-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.50 tr. be a very fina
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRTNTS. tH
12 J?c. per yard, is offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING.AND TICK?
INGS, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DE?
20 PIECES 3-4 FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, fit 30fe
per yard. With large lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very large lot BLANKETS, in White and Colored, fM
offered at from $4 per pair and upwards. Particular, afc. '
tention is paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In which win be found the Latest Styles and Beal
Fabrics in Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1500 FRENCH LACE COLLARS are offered at 15c
?each. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Laces, 9$
very low figures,
1000 pieces English and French BONNET RIBBONS, Ic
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSEd' HATS, Ostrich Feathers anet
Flowers, in gjeat variety.
H0S?ERY AND GLOYE DEPART?
Li this line will be found a well and carefully selected'.
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, for Ladies, Gents and
Children. Best of gTn GLOVES for Ladies and Gentle?
men, just received at very low prices. Also, Berlin Cas?
sim ere and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK in all its dif?
ferent departments, I can assure those in want ol any?
thing in my line, that they will find large assortments in
every class of GOODS, and at such rates that will defy
A call is resoectfuRy solicited.
NO. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
rjTHE FINEST LIQUORS, ALES AND SEGARS, AL
JL WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL PONB
H. H. BADENH0P & CO.,
No 133 Meeting-Street?.
November 10_CHARLESTON, S. O
TEE SOUTHERN EXCHANGE!
1HE FI?OST OYSTERS
OP THE SF, A SON I
THE BEST* LIQUORS IN TOWNt
THE GREAT POPULAR RESORT.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN EX?
CHANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
forms the publi? that the
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Is stu! open. The FINEST OYSTERS TO BE HAD he
offers by the barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on the?
il alf shell at the counter, or stewed, roasted, fried, or ?
any other way desired.
PINE BRANDIES, -m --
No. 1 SEGARS?.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor. ,